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I GRICU1IJ RAR
EAnLY plOwiUg aids in scouring a firm
seed bed. A firm seed-bed is one of
compact, flue carth,4nd is essential to a
good crop of wheat. To make a good
cropwheat must germinate quickly ant
surely, and grow rapidly, for the ten
dency is to later sowing on account of
the depredations of many enemies of the
wheat which do their work in oaily fall,
In a firm seed bed these conditions are
secured because its temperature and
moisture are more nearly equable and
uniform. As already shown, early
plowing will aid in obtaining a firm need
bed by breaking up the ground whou it
is moist and dasily pulverized. It aids
further by giving the sun, air and rain
an opportunity to aid the farmer. These
are the great disintegrating agents of
.nature. They will mellow down the
clods and sohdify the line earth. They
will not only aid the farmer and save
him this much work, but they will do it
better than lie may be ablo to do. They
will disiutegrato the clods while all that
lie may be capablo of doing will be to
make small clods out of a largo one.
Early plowing admits of applying the
manure to the surfico of the plowed
land which is fihe corroet. waiy to apply
BOURINo Milx.-Pure, wholesomo
milk kept inl a clean cellar or milk
house, whero the temperature is nol
over seventy degroes, will keep sweet
for thiaty-i x hours,tnd willnot becomo
thick under forty-cight hours. Other
wise somnthinll.g is wrong with the cows.
A cow exposed to the hot snill a plsl
turo, or havimg impure water to drink,
cannot. be inl a liealth4y condit ion, and
tile ilrst appelaranleo of troublo will he
the preimititiu sourig ot tihe milk. If
the pans ai' not. pcifeetly well waslied
and th the sinillest particles of. sour
milk left about thiem, the milk will not
kCCI swCt moi:'re !lmu 1 1 wive hours or
no. Again, the faist indication of tiul;er
Culofisi ol I h ilgfk i tlie cow is rapid
thickoming :1i4i so ofring o t he mil. If
milk kept as above stated is itot sweet
in a (lay and a half, and is ici k beofore
two days, soliethoilig is wrongi in i or
Other u! tihewa mentone
MIUsTY Nli:A ,. -iExpel ii?ents have
Jroved tit inuist, mcal is not, whole
s0omlle itnd1 f4)r aniy of Ohe dolmestie ali
nniiilit. Diselk.v and Ildeatl atnvo been di
reely tral(cd I V it s us. Whioi fed to
polltry,ehichk ;I ebolera (,r somie disease
rtsemiim1ig titat was.t lt 0eult. (ows
to winch it wvaIs fed gave biittr tui k,and
ceased to tihrivo as well :is those ill the
'mule pastel which hiad 11 grain;swilne
fed 111on1 it failtd to grow or fatten.
only hoses 1% vre iot inijured by it, uind
they i'sei'. tted bIcaute they woll lot
IT is usuai ly i quito is wlI Io hlive
01s calve inl the lipartiularly whero
iilk and iliter are iorce illportanillit 0hau
the calf. With e nsilige lteding,winiter
vill prove ithe best, time fotr butter-matlk
lmg, and t he silo systei!) w$ill probably
bo so silow in Colmiig ilito gfleer1oal u1se
that the prico oi butter may be high
for many ycara to conit. he worst
sCI.Son Of ill to ii Cow e-ilvo is in
lato spl'ig 01' early Siliuiner. Tho first
flow of 1111k t1heil 4COnis it t tim1o wlien
it is leaht valuale, and costs more labor
antld trouble t' miuake into butter.
ago,~ it. ii not, generally best to c~ommenloce
ill tile wite t'i places5, because those r~e.
<l turo naiost labor aua~d peld1 11 th l mllest
prop~ortionattet returi. Thle work of
tieorough1v ly eovatjiig (41e acre of mrililh'I
to maike dry live or toen aeri0 ol upltind
thaI~t is just at little too wet for pr'oltiable
cultivaittin. .tLo manko maly worik go far'
thest., it stuu~t Ite pult whetre lenst, is
ne~ede.d, w htih wVouihI leave the most
As TrHE counltry grows ohler 1Ite woll
do not give aS good wa'te r as theioy d111
when I lir.t dulg, particltarly if near 11ioi..
ses or bmin s. Ini 111 im te ttil ltrough
wichl i ter 4.1ereon. itets he21 oitnes 'itu11ra
we'lla I rotitee:vools :UJS it Ia ; I l:ia
water Ilrkm the roo:.s i! Imu t alter1 bo
niliItt'ied1 is mucih btter t -lwtys
New Yo)rk Pst sementh,say s the4 New J'n..
of poJtat< 4-' p4&irouce. t4 h liueAOt tiilbers
hollowed lie Duitch mieilhod ol phtin ig,
whiebh conlsists lin keing the suirfa'e o1
ill a ilI, the lills to be a lit tapar t'
.IT its a q uestio011 woth t ensiderling
how mluch hiooiig aindt 1'ultvatiton, or'
ratheir htow~ lht t',wou11kldI te tgie to erops1
wore it 1n4t for l jtherewIne'(4 of Wth ed.
Tholl tal ilt r is ap t toi stiy: "lTe corn or
thle plotto~ 111ld is gott og very weedty
and1( must Ite cultivaited ," butt o 1 n rrely
says: "'The so11 must lhe itt irreid."
'To ohbtatin thle large. It yild of ptickles
they hiave to bea pit'kedh as soo aste
arle ofI ptiopler size, andt noneit shloulhi Io
allowe d to ioto 1)s4'ed, 1f t ed haIs to
saved(, it few si as from~ wieb no1 Iok
les aire to bet pi121kedtt( simuhl toe eseirvedi
dulCes only one1 ('r t~wo seed ehoh~ulersi.
THnE Canadal thistle perpetuates10 itself
aire lull tf dormanit bd I ,aind hence nuvy
field wil 5140u spreiad aill over it by mean~&is
ofl the roiots.
shoul be' 1 crefu lly reoveti'd 1and4 burn11
of 1114 s.quaiih buLilg, and Ithe Ii rst leaves
era (4 hoi, tO d 14re thoa i-uire to wither11
of 1a11 mRets thai t inlfeot phmis11,and1S does
no0 injury tto the latst unk11 rs they are0
o mtlinedt inl it for 11) bolog at tim1e. Whlile
it olten 1k1e11 off linsects i tldoes niot
lwa ~ys dest roy thieml, thIough I it is fatal1
SAwaR1rT is a1 mlost excellent od for
hor.-es and1 (cattle, iand the~ manurile is
said( to be I a 1.lt0er forhlizer for ('ertain
galrdhcon cropsl. thani tany othier, and
pairI tmularly I r celery if miixod with the
Ij4t: 1 puleIZes th lJanld, and1 stimui
hates vegetation till it t xhiausts the rich
qualifies of thle soil, wich~il re-quires8
other manure to keep It up.
DMJND herbs are necessaries with
good housekeepers, Some are good for
cooking, some are medicinal in their
properties, &o. The practice of send
ing for the doctor every time one fools
a little bad, catches a bad col, or over
works is very bad. Hot infusion of
herbs of the proper kind and a good
sweat after it would save many a spell
of sickness, if takeninstead of the drugs
of the doctor, or worse still, some pat
out nostrum. Herbs shouid be dried
by spreading them thinly on trays and
exposing them to the heat of the sun,
or better still in a dry, warm oven, ob
serving in the latter caso to turn them
ofton. The quicker they are dried the
better, as they retain their original pro
perties better. The tops and leaves are
the part3 to be used, and all decayed
parts to be thrown away andt free them
from the dirt before they are dried,
Paper saeks are very good to keep them
in after drying. Aromatic herbs should
be dried very <onickly to preserve their
A Miitry lan hIlaie Happy.
VAsiINoTON, 1). .-Genieral i. ('.
Knifin, in a letter stating his wife was
cured of a 1-ainful ailment by hit. Jacob's
Oil, writes that after witneesing its niagical
cure of paii lie would cheerfully pay $100
for a b:>ttle of St. Jacob's Oil, if lie could
not get it chieap~er.
13A'I'ran Fon i"ItI'rit.-l'llt soie
flour in an earthen basin, make a hole
in the oever ant add one or more yolks
of Oggs iwccording to the (luntity re
quired, <o spoon of frosla salad oil and
at little Eait. Mix gently with one hand,
being especially carolul to always turn
the batter in the same direction, drop
ping in cold water by (legrecs until the
batter is vlightly tlnibker than ordinary
double cream. At the moment of using t
add one white of ogg beaten to a stiff
froth. This batter is equall.y servica
l- for sweet. fritters of ovei y iti or
entreniets where such is necessary, in
which case less salt uust be used and
one or two 1poonis of cognac added. Au
other very excellent method of making
batter for savozy dishes is to inoisten
the flour with half a wint''ass of white
wino or best, fresh vinegar, a 'it to taste,
and use cold milk instead of vater.
M ly niatheri begaan gaining ft on 1i it lose
she Look of ir. Graves' Ileart latlor.
his rid ti I those bad feehinsIrs aii uither
leart, 11oV, the relief is perinnen, other
Ieime dies only lhle r i ttew b: Ies. --
als ('lara Bradt, I lliio, Mien. pie. er
blittle at dirgglists.
SricyD PA'.us.-Tie in a thin ituslin
bag one tablespoonful (if cloves, the
samo quantity of allspiee iii the grain
and a small portion of cinnamon i in lie
stick; put, this with one pi at of vine.;Ir
anut throu potinls of sugar in a plorco
latin saleepan to boil; atter boiling a
Mcw nuntesi pour ]lot over six p~ounds
of aitus; for throe btccessivo inorn
ings (train tho vinegar off tho fruit, boil
andii pour over hot. Then put lAiins
ani all over the fire, give thei a good
boil and reinoving the bag of spice,
bot tle the fruitt, and( liquor.
BoCulf-'.' ilIDDENo,-J/lt, .ua ." ti ;a lee -
pai two tableaspoons of poAt i., d saug
or, two tablespboolas ol bilttr, te yods
of eggs, one tablegjpoil oi corau-st arch
aiil thle juico of two hemnons, Place on
thet iiro and stir until it has thuekened,
theLn pass thioughm a line sieve or strain.
er, iStir it in a piorelaini dish uniatil
cold, then athd carefully teni whlites of
oggs b~eaattn to a ercan. Pu't this mixt
uare into a well-greai-ul. and iloured
mold, which must he set, in a slow oven
in a hpan of water. lako une hour itnal
a half. Tun out. of itlie mnold anud servea
hot, with a ciurrant-jell y sauce,
(if!t'it ex]ieii leae strioat litilIly jiiu i-. y Ineiag
froitiIlit iiistiiala iity of fooai, zair it in l i ter 11heV
iiiteilvi i. tn lon g voyaige ai it tiers oi f ( i e it
itt inacht~ aiil biaoels arie aipt to att :tek~ -&-a fdiring
1u4iai zai I itsselgers., iii co e qel leic iii I tie liali.
islii,5,s of wlater tuat footliair (ili shipboiural, anu i
is~ a notabtile lait litautiunraa Ig-n a nlewlyv arived ini
It'-'s .'iiiatie tlities is po-enliiulya a'n .-mshd
l ict ]ullValcai ener-giesa to iille-ill iilot il ui tl .
lI lillaoVes iit laipreveits iiitaiiiri t fever, con-!ipi
I -iil, ui.apait, itaesttifai),y tiaiilaites liit kalilley
bloost. wlteii ioverae'ine lb tat igli, wheIitheriii*i
1iiiit ior ityslea, Itie wat-ar.y :laz lebiltati <I
ilu.l I a it'tae iah' .iire of ireitwe,[ ititiI' i en -
cuiier $ ol biutter, I wo ensL~, thro a tabi~o
.-woonaa ofnaa moletsgar, the griated-rnd
and juice of two letnons amnd twvo static 1
Savo~y baiseitst also finely gratte1 Ail
all iosetlher id i be aii.la.i., -eover i ..
lire for ia few~ mhinutes ini a saulIcpian. a'
llav~e iready Oine pautty-pans lined with
puif1 Paisto. Putl a veryj snmall cjiatity
of the mixtutro into on'3h atnd bake for
tifteen tor twenty nuniutes ini rather a
tiuick oven. This quanatity will make
adbouit 'ane dir~ i.a n.is at-hallt i cees.
TfilmY tCAKi. -Scoop taut carefljyi
thle centreico0' a sponage cuake, sio as to
leave t .ie center iintact. Fill the~ catvityv
withI strawberry jamn, thaeni cover with ia
layer ol' cake antd plae it ini a glass d isha
t) 80ok with a little light wane ata
b riaithy and wa tear. This shiouldl bei
pouredC'a gently oIver it with aii spoon us. ll
t all the wine isi abI)orbed. TIh-'i stick
i it al aver withI aweet ahin mnts b i hibd
anid cut linely, and last,. - lie hh ith Ia
custard, or, it preferre-], hiand the latteIr
a-cuni inl custard-cup[s.a
.'inei~w ng iteiaatlie.
I i'iini tsh aiort statlardl.
A4 re-inarkablle curet: A laudy, sa'veiii3- six
linme in yearis. A ease~ that was given'i upl hvy
Ite phlysicianis, lierL fritinds atihnd-rah ives
hadit givna up 'n dlespiair of' hetr everi getIting
iait agai. .Alus, d1 tiA~A 11.1iiNr xpA t; i:,1r.i..
to a rtepre'stiat i votaithis papeitr, wheni ' gnix- 'j
iine at.bollt thle c'ase- of lieriit lu- he: I i-ann
veriy t-he-erafully givt' iy tesi iinoay in favorvia
tif so val uale an arit itle as IIunt 's liinted y.
.Aty iluother-i, who is stvet-ity-six ye'ars of agi-,
luas for overi thlairty yearis beteni a ill ieted wila
kidnteaty, hivert- ndit heaur. disteasts, wvhich has
colatinedt haer to thle houise molst. of the tinte
and ii to addhi to lher otheatr tiotuales, abIoiutI Vt'r
yars iago dropm~sy in ts worast, fini set, ini.
We' haid ibret tdoctors,whiodidl all thity conhla
for hemr with biut. little suIccess, as slit gren
laitduhly worste, and~l dezat h steiiu-td inevyita bilte.
A t t-s hierubodty antd llina wotuld he swol len,
ne-ar-ly'twietihr usuialsize. 11cr physic-aias
gatve her~ uip, staying they coul dto nothlinig
niore5 for' her. Shlu was also givenl up by litru
fiendts. JIhavinag heardi of thle great, amiollit I
of goodi Ilt.'s ittemeidy hadt actcompilishedt,
andat of thle remaurkale cure-s it had made ii
simni Ir cases, we thlought. a-s a last. hopeia we
wouildlt triy it, iand to thle gre-at ast oniishltlt
of us5all (doc-tors lintclde) she beaganl t, ita
p rove., andh ini a very shottim tih ac ellinys U
('fl/ier tirIC body;/ t tie ima nly at-hits aital pal las
Ii romu whieb she suffieed slit kniows not miore.
Shei hats wialkedh out. t his stununeu- t'ur t he fIllst
ii imeO In yteaurs, andh Is as ct~ofotablt, as enin *
ho teectd or ai womn oilher yeau-s. We
atl feel that, we owe maucha to Godi's meriey
and lia nt's 1tenmode- '
"ISN'T that pretty steep?" replied a
nan who was asking for a railroad
icket to Lansing yesterday morn.
"Usual rate, sir."
"But don't you sometimes make a
"Sometimes-to clergymen. Are you
"Wol I , not exactly," slowly replied
he man as he scratched his ear, "but
[ reckon I'm the next thing to it. I've
itood by and seen my dog all ehowed
ip and never wanted to lick the owner
)f the other animal,"
lie paid full fare.
An old physician, retired from practice, having
Iad purced in his hauds by an East India mission
iry the forimuila of a simple vegetable remedy for
1h speedy and permanent cure of Consumption
Bronehitis, Catarrh, Asthma and all throat ani
Lung1 Arect:ou, alIso a poritivo and ra-lical cure
for Nervous Debility and all Nervous Complaints.
ifter naving tested its wonderful curative powers
A thousandi of cases, has felt It his duty to make
it known to his suffering felloiws. Actuated by this
mot ive and a desire to relive human suffering. I
will send free of charge, to all who desire it, this
recipe, in Gernian, French or English, with fuil
Lilrctions for preparing and using. Sent by mall
by addressing with staip, namini this4 paper, W.
A. Noy Es, 149 'ower's ilock, Rtochester, A. 1.
"You profess to be a mind reader,
10 you not?" saiet the dude, accosting
t gontleman in a crowded parlor the
"I do," qtictly replied the party ad
lressed, taking in at a glance the di8.
!iple of pointed slioes and tight pants.
"'Wel, you have now an opportunity
to test the gelitineess of your prefea
sion," crme with a cynical sneer from
Joneuth the few struggling hairs on the
ipper lip of the rare bird. e.bot me see
rou read my inud?"
"Oh, you iorgot," said the mind
-ntider miiily, "I must have something
o work on."
An( then he walked to the other end
>f t he room to allow the dudo time. to
leliberato upon which woul be the
)etter weapons for a dinel-gold-headed
ows ov woodel tooth picks.
Walnrut Leuf Mtrr Restorer.
It is entirely (lill'orent from all others. It is
is clear as water, and as its name indicates is
tler'ect Vegetable H air Restorer. It will liii
nediately ire4- the head from all dandruffre
tore gray hair to its natural color, and pro
Itee a new growth w . -ro it has fallen oft. It
toes not in atuy manner aff'ect tho health,
vhich sulphitr, sugar of lead and nitrate of
veirrepa~ratinshavedone. Iwill change
ight or fadeil hiairina fewdays toabeautifll
lo y browtn. Ask yourdruggist for it. Each
roll e is warranted. M Tt, KIN E & Co.,
1V4olotie Agents, Piladelphia, Pt. and
N. tt'TENTON, New York.
MIKE becamo involved in a law suit,
frinic havinig stied him for a couple
> snovels which Mike doolared were
naj on ni property.
" Whiere aro your witnessess?" asked
I want nono, yer Honor, for I know
ho fact better thri aniy one else."
"'Btt y-)u must have witness if you
xlsect to do anything in Court."
''Ani' do they hov ter be paid?"
"Yes, it they claim-"
"'Weli, thin, we'll giu the shovels ter
hrt imana as they are not worth the
Wil ran' monoy. If I'd a kuowed the
aw wau siclh a tough customer I never
vourld a took the shlvels it all."
G hA%1 l-ir UN is ) IiltNJiore co., Mti.
.r i2s. i'" K KNN E:)Y & CN:--Thre Gairo
rn '- lmking~ y''tun linir 'commeon ruy
editi he4 ad. 1l-'Ll1ai l'. S11E A IE1R,
Th ' I: a r samr~ire ofJ the certificates
vhrie, '.' * t' mI d..ly at, thre Pittsburg
Wrirwmit unabridged : Up> in Clhauta
BLuat cotnty one day last week a pohi
onmtr wmas watchingau severe .'tor'm from
ils dio< rsteps~ when a faurmee. acquaint.
rico turnist m hastily from the road
ud tire~ i mr a shrui. "WNVhat's the
natter. Bobul?'' asked tire politiciran.
'Well.'" soid thre fariier, "'I believe
hr'r (;.o o t1'Iheau sly'tonis coiming."
Lr'c amtiiC ;eren n octs aren sliees
annor' ri over il 1,vo'rrs Pateni Hleel
AN ii hNrnr A~RMrn who had seen1
tiehraril I .1 [ ri fo :mred one nuight waited
p)on 'Jr i-mager next nliorming to say
ni, i te geilorman who wanted a
or 'n t7. pr lIeviours evening was of
no -:in. nrti , hre hi several animals
urla hhimlow, and w,>uld be happy to4
enI withr liii,
im'. I h0s (;rerat .Nerve nerstorer tr tire
Iim'v'l m l1 lr al~ nuhrerv'e diseases. All
I~ts si o-pp.t fre. Setal to 981 Arch ai reet.
.'iloh 4'ur;. P:..
"Ihtrugh onr rats."
Ga :u rat s. mice,' roacmixe. !! en, ant', bed..
LMg, kuruks, Ciiilrimunks, goptiers. 15e. Drurggists.
\ rrrrrrwr of mir alyr 1 ueh inrownr's I ronr lit
Sirh good iuresult
// is assiorted thrat tire largest ivory
cetory im thoe wor ld is at Ceinterbrook,
orrm. . whnero sometimes $125,000 of
r.v ise leairchiin'.
Thew i'ls. are w, arrned to be l'I UiLY yege.
ble, free from I! all inlerrl an orthe11r polsonoIus
hrns. Th'ley are a er aIn re for Consti. a
Itin ler :k I ldadache, Dyspep ii, irousness,
orpuin Liver, Lonss or Appetit, rand alil diseasest
rnimig fromi tile
Ller, PStonmehCI, Bowels or
'h,renove nall obstructions frotantihe channels
f io' rystel ai purify thre blood, thereby im
artmng hecalthr, strength anid vigrr. 80old byv drug.
lars, orI senr b~y rmail for 26 cent in 5tamps bry
P'. NlEUST AE DT1.ER & ('0.,
83 Morcor St., New York,
Se'e tarftenrrrs of ST. l5E(NAIi)VYEU.E
len-I for . :ri .r.
HOAENOUND AND TAR
/-'r )'ersonls of' all iyes.
Won'rIerfatrI Ctre frm Cbosrglas. C'olds,
Ihi;onelitis ranti Connsusugtion.
N1 lNtlit E )t S s n t u o r est~rante
ta S ~ t a I,.Oeney, Iina heen l'ICOVE ~
.rt ii, un aperioity extensevel ve y ACKN1 O Wli.
IIW''hIrldren derive grat r,enfit frtna
Is 304o1ting propebI'r,e when snuit'ern with
,.miy sbo d kee' it in re, irne-s. 'riee aOe. an1
S per hot tie. -large,.t, chlats. sold by all druggists.
C, N. Citi-iiNToN, P'roprie tor. Now York.
I'Ik.'s 'Toofhach )w op Curejii (1in one0 Minlufe.
orrmanr Corn iteiiover Kill norm. mrri Burilrr.
A aReuP of ladies and gentleman sa
upon the hotel veranda. The subjee
of their conversation was bathing, and
right merrily the nimble tongues rat
tied. Miss A. had to tell how dread
fully frightened she was when she. Oral
entered the surf; Mrs. .B. gave her in
fallible rules against chills; young Mr
0. boasted of his natatorial explots
while the ladies gazed upon him admir
ingly; Mits U. told for the twentieth
time about her "such a time this morn
ing" in the salt waves, and messiourn
and mesdames the remainder of the
alphabet added neh his and her quoti
to the edifying conversation. As Fogg
who sat near the party, had said noth
lug all this time, it occurred to one o
the ladies to remark
"I suppose our conversation doesn'
interest you very much, Mr. Fogg?"
"Not particularly," he replied; "thc
subject hasn't the charm. of newnes
to me, y on see. I frequently bathc
when I am at home."
Instead of whining and groaning over the con
sequences of the brokeni laws of health, how muci
wiser It is upon the first appearance of indiges
t lon, loss of appetite, sleeplessness, constipation
&c., to remove the cause and prevent disease by
timely use of the great remedy of the wise oh
monks of St. Bernard, who found the way to curc
diseases, by purifying the blood. The "St. Der
nard Vegetable PilLs" are the oldest, best tested
and utost successful inedicnal compound III tilt
THEnE were eight or ton of them sea
ted on the grocery steps as the stran
ger came up, and one of them led off
"Yes, gentleman, this villige need4
capital, and needs it bad."
"That's so,'9added a seond. "What
we want here is money."
"Yes, we want capit-d to develop
things." sighed a third, and so it went
down the line until every one of the lot
had expressed his opinion that capital
was wanted. The last man looked up
at- the stranger and added:
".Lon't it seem that way to you?"
"It does, sir," was the prompt re.
"What would be your opinion of the
way capital ought to be invested
"Well, my plan would be to lay out
the first $5,000 in bar soap, crash tow.
ols, barber's shears and kicking ma
chines1" was the firm reply, as ho pro.
pared for a run of half a mile to the
Mr. J. Roelhsler, 266 Court St., Urooklyn,
says: "I had suffered for years; paid ove
$1,000 for doctors and inedicines, without
help to my terrible seiatica, after which nint
bottles of Dr. Elmnore's R.-G. cured ine.
A BASHPUn YOUNG MAN went thre(
times to ask a beautiful young lady if
lie might be the partner of her joys
and sorrows and other household fur
niture; but each time his heart failed
him, and be took the question away un
popped. She saw the anguish of his
soul, and had compassion on him. Ho,
the next time he came, she asked hin
if lie had thought to bring a screw-dri.
ver vith him. He blusued, and waru
bed to know what for. And she, in the
fulness of her heart, said she did no
know but that he would want to screw
up his courage before lie lelt. Ie tool
the hint and the girl.
Malaria, chills, positively cured by
Emory's Standard Cure Pills. Their equal
unknowa: sugar coatc(: no gripinz, 25c.
INCIsIVE and dry, as becomes itt
nationality, was the rebuke of the
Scotch shepherd to Lord Cockburn, ol
Bonaly. That nobleman was sitting
on the hllside with the shepherd, and
observmng the sheep repoming .in tht
ooldest situation, lie said to him: ''John,
if I were a sheep, I would lie on th~
other side of the hill." The shephrl
rnswered: "Aye, my lord, but if yo hadc
been a sheep, ye would hae had mail
OwNwroN, Kr.-Rtev. .J. W. walaip, sa3ys*
'Brown's iron Bitters greatly relieved fme 0l
general tieiliiy anti Iigestion.'"
AT a dinner at Archbishop Whately'e
house onco,a~ foreigner asked how many
grades there were in English society.
Vi'e Archbishop prudently declined to
3omiint hiimself to a precise statement,
.nt said that a few days bcfore some
shiimney sweepers had presented a p3
itioin to. the Lord Mayor, complaining
hat "'eertain dusatmen, and other low
cews pretendinig to be chimney
avees h~ad taken part in their May
Mtner c-swan's worm Syrup.
inifaillible, itaste'ess, iiarmhless, cathtartic; for fe.
rerlshnzess, restles.aneas, wvorms, constipation. 25c.
EIn iO 'io " veN's BitoNculiAr. 'rT ocilEs" were
intro'Iutd, ..:ai their success as a 'ure- for Co'is.
.'oughis. Asithinla. andit r',nchit s iias been tun.
'aralleleed. 250, a box.
The ralilways now c'onstructedl and
vout r (ech eighit tiuwa nrounid thle
Catarrh and Hay Fever--For twenty
'cars I was a sufferer from Catarrhi of the
ead and! thr -at ii at very aigravated form
n dl during1 the suni)mer with hhlav Fever.
p ocuire'i a hot. Ie o)f E ty's Creami B ilm
ad after a few- applications reeiiv.-d dleci
edt benclit--wans e-nredc bv one. bot le.
lave hadt~ tn returni'i elie m-~mhint.
;iiARI.TTIE lPARKEt, \Vaverly, N. Y.
Praice 50 conts per bottle.)
Whe/n traveling on a railrca'l,itis said
lhat lying with the head toward the en
inc will often cure a headaohe.
AMENsIAN's PEP'TONIZKD nEF TONIC, tile onlly
reiparationi of beef conitaiing its eldfre me1!t
otis p'oj)ee. It' J conttains bloo'i-ma'king, force
elierating and ltfe-sust aining proporties; invaluia
Ie for Indigei on, diyspepsta,niervousa prostr-at ion,
Id all forms of genearal diebility, also0, in all en.
reblodi coilitons, whether the result of exhanus
on, nervotus prostration, over-work or actife diis
ise, particu larly if r..eiultinig from puimaonary
mliaints. Caswell hlazardi& Co., proprietors,
ow York. Soldi by (Irugista.
Snake poisons, say Drs. Woir,
hitcell and Reichert, have an acid re
otion and codtamii no alkaloid.
Frazer A xle (ireas.
One greasing lasts two weeks; all others two
r thiroo days. D~o lnt be mnpaiid on by tile
umibug at uITf offered. A sk your doaior for Fra
e , wi !abel on. Saves your hlordo labor mad
on too. It r,' coaved lirst nmodal at thoe Contonx.
tal and P'aris Expositions. Sold eorywhlero.
PEAOit CAK.--Bake three sheets of
pongo cake as for jcily cake; cut nice
11po peaches in tinn slices; prepare
ream, by whippiig, siweeteniing and at
ing Ilivor of vaniilla, if desired: put
yera of leatchen between the sheels of
atke; pour cream over iach layer and
v.or the top). To he eaten soon after
t is prepared.
I ii. iriaes' ienri. 1(1 tlt aor ttptes all
Orrets oi I leait Discai e, ntic vousneiss- andi
lee p1 essness.
The quick, comle~lte cure, all annoying KIdney,
liadder ani~ Urinary Diseases. $1. nruggists.
A truie asi~5stant to nature in restoring the sys
51m1t) perfect health, thus enabiling IL to reas.
isease is Brown's I ron Bitters.
CCUerinlER A ILA CiRRii.--Peel and
ut into slies (lengthwise) nome fine
ucuimbers. Boil them utitl soft, salt
o taste, and serve with delicate cream
b "Dragging 1ainis."
Dr. R. V. BIco, Buffalo, N. Y.: Dear
Sir-My wife had suffered with "female
weaknesses" for nearly three years. At
times she could hardly move, sho had such
dragging pains. We often saw your "Fa
vorIto Prescription" advertised, but sup
posed like most patent mediciies it did not
amount to any thing, but at last concluded
to try a bottle, which she did. It made her
sick at first, but it began to show its effiect
in a marked Improvement, and two bottles
cured her. Yours, etc.,
A. J. HIUYCK, Deposit, N. Y.
A Poon uncle at sea. "What's that?
a Bible?" asked Fogg's country uncle.
"No," replied Fogg, opening the book,
"it's a dictionary," "H'm!" ejaculated
the avuncular relation, turning over
leaves. "Well, I s'pose it's a mighty
valooable book to such fellers as you,
but, by Iighty! if I had it T don't
b'lieve I'd ever read it thiough, if I
lived to be's old as Methuselah.
Consumption in its early stages is readily
cured by the use ot' Dr. Pierce's "GIolden
Medical Discovery," though, if the Iligs
are wasted no metlicine will cti'ct a ture.
No known reiedy possesses such soothing
and healing iniluence over all scrofulous,
tuberculous, amd pliimonary affections as
the "Discovory." John Willis, of Elyrla,
Ohio, writes: "The 'Gollen Aedical 'Dis
covery' does positively cure constuiption,
as, after trying every other medicine in
vain this succeeded." Mlr. Z. T. Phelps,
of Cuthbert, Gn., writes: "The 'oiden
Medical Discovery' has eured mlly wife of
bronchitis and incipieit, colsuinption."
Sold by <truggists.
A GOOD BLAOICIN.-A bi illiant black
may ho produced on iron or sleol by
applyng with a . fine hair brush, a
mixturo oF tlirpntine and sulphur
Dr. Pierce's "Pollets," or sugar-coated
granules-the original "little liver pills "
(beware of imitations)-cure sick and bil
lous headache, cleanse the stomach and
bowels, and piurify t io blood. To get genu
ine, see Dr. Pierce's signature and portrait
on Governninent stamp. 25 cents per vial,
Mrer bashfulness without merit is
awkward, aid lerit without modesty
insolent. But modest inerit has a dou
ble claim to acceptance.
CU R ES
Rheumatism, Nei uraiqa, Sclatica
Lumbago, Backache, Headache, Toothache,
more Tihont, Swell I lngs. 1 ton te ruisa
AND ALL OTliElt noDIiLY PAINS AiND ACUI.
sold by Drugglsts and i)l'aers ee r w ier. 1ifty Leusr. boQ
ireatio',. in !!
THE toi1ILF.E A. VOGE eI3Et A0.
(qaoossimc to A. VOOELER & CO.) iI..timure' ..,is~
sWRIr A SPECWIC FOR
EVER ) S 1 Cnsm, Cnvul
Sicnss, S. Vitu',
N E R VE ""L'"U"'**ao
______________ - Dlseases, Dyspep
LUI~hIYI~I~I'UIIERhe un m at I s m,
.Nervou~s We'ak'ness, Brain W orry, 1loodl boret,
Blihousness, Costivenessq, Nervous Prostrat in
idneywj T roubles and Irreguar Ies. $1.&0.
"Samaritan -erne i dog >w-ondlers."
Dr. J1. 0. Mcimoin,, Alexander City, Ala.
"'I feel it mv duty to .'ecommenud it.'"
"It cured wihere ph . cians fille d nss
Revi. J. A . Edie, Beaver, Pa.
*W- Correspondence, freely ansawered. iit
Tihe Dr. S.lA. Richmondl Med. Co., St. Joseph, Mo,
-. For test Imoials aned circularsa endo ritamnp. (7)
4truggists. C. N. Cittenton, Aenit, N. 'V.
CAT Al OGUE~ or BEST IIOOKsq yon AENT'S
sunt free Incltudin gMotier. Monme and
sold. $i50 l i 1 .' - I'Xt' r. r l~iill eN Y r.
A -eo ~r i r jlea r Ilasio2 hout iu t
Camphor Milk Is, the b,t Liniment. PrIce :6 cente
Battle of i
500,000 Voltumes, the choicest litera
free. Lowest prices ever known, NOT
BEFORE payment on evidence of good
18 Vesey Street, New York. P. 0. Box]
The Createst Bloc
EHE~UMATISMt CITRED. SOROFULA
R00Bisraa, N. Y., A pr. 6th, '83. IOi
Rlheumatto Syr'up Co.: IoTBY aon, N
Gsrs-I have been a great Silt I.. ReumaSto yruj
forer from Itheumtatisma for six I had been doc
years, and hearing of the success or four years, wit
of Rhleumnatio Syrup I concluded sieians, for scrofi
to give it a trial in my own easqe, ed It, but found ii
andl I cheerfully say that I have commenced taki
bein greatly bonefitted by its use. After takimg it
I can walk with entire free~lom liy surprise it be
from pain, andi my general health Continuing itsq us
is very muc.h imeprovedi. It is 9 I found mnyself *
splendid remedy for the blood iAs a blood( perifl
and debilitated system. a o equal.
E. CHIEiTERC P'AiK, M. D. I MRS4. WILL1
Manuf'd by R HEUMATIC SYRUP CO
Shall We Let t
A hard-hearted political economis
feebly gasping as it lies upon a pillow
die. It is so weak and poor that its Iii
There are already a good many peopl(
account anyhow. And what's the use
weakling, who has but slender chance,
,Now ask that child's mother wvhp
die. About this time the hard politi
the way. " Let my child die9 NolA.
befound that wi/l save that child, the c)
dollar to save the chi/d/" Well, try a
on that child. See the poor little fell
H-e~ill live. Hosts of othter children li
to healhv life by rn 's, Iron. Bite-s
If you are
In the inquiry-Which is the
best Liniment for Man and
Beast-this is the answer, at
tested by two generations: the
MEXICAN MUSTANG LINI
MENT. The reason is sin
p1e. It penetrates every sore,
wound, or lameness, to the
very bone, and drives out all
inflammatory and morbid
matter. It "goes to the root"
of the trouble, and iever fails
to cure in double quick time.
This porous plaster Is
absolutely the best ever H O P
gus asams and ex-l 111U
tracts. Its power is wonderful in curing diseases where
other plasters simply relieve. crick in the Back and
Neck, Pain in the Sido or Limbs, StiM Joints and Muscles
Kidney Troubles, Rheumatislu, Nouralgia, Sore Chest
Affections of the Heart and Liver,andall pains ore.uho
in any part cured instantly by the HOp Plaster. t~e Try
MEit, Prico 25 cents or flvo for SLOO
LAMEMailed on receipt of prico. Sold by
B K all druggists and country sto: js
B A C i op Plaster Company,
-A K Proprietors, Boston, Mass.
t-For constipation, loss of appette anddiseasesof thi
bowels tako Hawley's Stomach and Liver Pilla. 25 cents
CA-rA R F r-3 Ly'a cream B&II
When applied by ti
fImrer Io III is.
trls, w.ll be absort.
MB-ed, oifec ally clean%
ng the head of ca.
R A O IN : tarrhal virus, causing
healthy secretions. It
HAYEVER F**""'"tci "' '"""*
RAY-FEER Q >rane of the nasal
passages Iron atdtdi.
tional colds, com.
anti restores tasIt
111n1d i nuell. A fet
- A t140 hcogh trtal.
V ll5A. Will pwU ie rely
cre. Agleaable to
AY-FEV use. sn for ciicu.
b 1 I E lar. Price 50 cento
byl' nias or ai 'Ii :ig sti.
1LV IMiO Il LRS, Druggists, Owego, N. Y.
DRS. J. N. & J. B. HOBENSACK
THOSE AFFLJOTED WITH THE EFFiMIT
OF SRLF-ABUSE AND MEIQURIALIZATIO
should not hesitate to consult J. N. and J. B. HO
BBACE, of 906 North Second street, Philadel,
bla, either by mal or by person during the hounrI
lIno 8 A. A. to P . A., and 6 to i P. 3.
Advice free. Whosoever would know hin condij
tion and the way to improve it should read
" WI8DOM IN A NUTSHEr."
Sent on receipt of 3-cent stamp.
A0~ELMORF!~ - IsI tho .IuICIZ'et. P!*A9UNznut
tr it nod est ramdy lutr kidney,
livor, at mici, ladier anl bleo;
A divL4 'a an- onlyr-9-0 curati vel
fom oft,, a t a dsr r n 2' to 12a'k-r~i~
nlanmairy n d asn refer thndr- d .f rena
S R .t h IA tr linein 1n 1a es0
less o i . .n tr t k
SEND for 1llustrated dat- tlo Steam Emnones.San
FarquaarPiaiuylyeals arus cessska, r~
ST STOPP~ED FREE
Insane l'ersons Restored
/Wa/URIN NRE vRESORER
InUALL.D. i af t :en an directd.M kt, fle.
tit daf usr. Treatise andt S trial bottle free te
re..d. Send nmes, P. . and efcs satd.
PENDSIONS:. 5) WA -MTlN A /
to pnnsin. A hll* mil!!an yet enttled. Oases prona lt.
riE t -tto r :.;.i . 'A t i tet, Piilactoitu in. ia
EMPLOYMENT fdor atung
BU-.l.:lS' Co.1-:GE, Neark~, N. J. Trermst
only 40.V ite for urcreulare.
PRE "/"U~*2 "Health Helpeor"
f i eectlHealthu. H.H.Blox104 uau.N.Y.
BUY A FARM~ IN VIRGINIAI
Event lte sc r ats to lY 0SEL8. rurinisa
teal Estato Agetnts. Oordlonsvaillo, Va. List free.
(OLORtM IN OIKL 5 OF.NTM PUalt TUJRE.i
TIST8S'11 iA~i r unos.9 Pttree c.
usa ~e 8st tf ~ Oioot 3 Biruitehs, i~alet te
1210 Ri~dge Av., Phiibalalh
KID0ER' PMTIH Sfees
$5 to $20 pordshomegnapgo Wort fee.
ture of the world. 100-Page Catalogue
01l1 by dealers. Sent for examninatiori
faith. JOIIN B. ALDEN, Publisher,
d Purifier Known!
CURED, NEURALGIA CUllED.
.Y., Feb. 20, %- FA InPORT, N. Y., March 12, '83.
('0., 11iteumatto .Syrup Co.:
oin forn three Ot'NTSsnce November, 1rt2,
ita assiein catY I have been ai conistant sufferer
In re~lif all. from noturalgia antd havo not
ng yrele iti I kntown what, It was to bo free
rig yhor rer fromu palin until I commncedl
shor tie mt. the itSe of Rtheumatic Syrup. I
g a ftw eekso nlave feit no pain since using the
aafe welases fourth ib attle. I think It the besh
rWIllhinkover.arcsremey I have ever heardi of for
ir hn thspurifying the blood and for the
AMcTAN. relh of rheumat sm anti nou.
, I Plymouth Ave., Rochester, N. Y.
hie Child Die?
t, looking at a pale'and puny child
says that the child might as wvell
e will never be wvorth much anyhow,
inm the wvorld who are of not much
of adding to their number another
fever amountimg to anything ?
t she thinks about letting the chikt
:al economist hadl better get out of
1/ e'A long as ltere is a remedy to
id shtall not die /i'll sj~end my-/as!
bottle of B3ROWN'S JRON. BITTERS
wpick up stenth ie revives.
Eve been brought almost from deathi
a.Your druggamt -c11. Ia ,
HEALTH IS WEALTH,
HealIt of Body Is Wealth of MVi
. THE GRAT BLOOD PURIFIIR
Pure blood makes sound Afesh, trong bone and
a clear skin. If you would have your esh Arm
our bones sound without oaries, and your ooin.
lezIon fair,. use
A remedy composed of ingrediente of extraor.
y di properties essential to purity
heal regu anvigorate lhe broken-down an,,
KRNT In its t1 amnl, o ur.
i'o.matter by what name the complaint may be
deelgnated, whether it be scrofula, consumption,
hill, ulcers, sores, tumors, bolls erysipelas or
rheu disoase of the lungs, idneys, blad
der, womb, skin, liver, stomach or bowels either
chronic or oonstftutional, the vir u, Is in the'Bloott
which supplies the waste and builds and repairs
those organs and wasted tissues of the system.
If the blood Is unhealthy, the process of repair
must be unsound.
The Sarsaparillian Resolvent &
Not only is a compensatIng remed, but secures
the harmonious action of each of the organs. 1i
establishes throughout the entire system functior.
al harmony iand su'pplies the. blood v6t..
sel$ with t -pure and healthy current of
new life. THe SKIN, alter a few days' rt
of the Saraaparlllinn, becomes clear sud
beautiful. PImples, blotches, black spots r.nd
skin eruptions are removed; sores and ulcers sou
oured. Persons sufferng from scrofula, eruptive
diseases of the eyes, mouth, eare. legs, throat amt
glands, that have accumulated und spread, eithel
rromuncured diseases or mercury, or from th
use of corrosive sublimate may rely a re
if the Harsapardlian is continued a saleent tiet
to make its impression on the system.
One bottle contains more of the active prinei.
ies of Medicines than any other 1reparation.
Vaken In teaspoonful doses, while others require
Aive or six times as mnuoh.
On~e Dollar' a .Eottle.
R. R. R.
Hadway's Ready Relief,
The Uheapsmt and Best Medicine for,
Family Use in the World
In from one to twenty minutes never falls to
relieve Pain with one thorough application:
no matter how violent or excruciating the Pa,
the Itheumatic, Bed-riddeu, Infirm, Cripled,
Nervous Neural or rostrated with dlease
may auder, RtAI)AYI RtE IYRLEFwl
afford instant ease. A AD RELIEF wiU
INFLAMMATION OF TIlE KIDN~EYS,
INFLAMMATION OF THE .BLADDER,
INFLAMMATION OF TIIE BOWELS,
CONGESTION OF T-0E LUNGS.
SORE THROAT, DIFVCULT BIEATHING,
PALPITATION OF THE HEART,
HYSTERICS, CROUP, DIPIITHElIA,
COLD CHILLS, AGUE CiILLS,
CHILBLAINS AND FROST BITEs,
BRUISES, LUMBAGO, SCIATICA,
COUGHS, COLDS, SPRAINS,
PAINS IN THE CHEST, BACB
or LIMBS are instantly relieved.
MA LA RIA
IN ITS V AU~ouS FOng%1.
FEVER AND AGUlE.
tt'Vrni AND AGUE cured for 50 eta. There is
pot a remedial agent in this world that will cure
Jever and Ague,,and other Malarious, Bilious
Scrlet'yphoid Yellow anid other fevers (aided
(E~AlDY ELIFILLS) so quickly as RA DWAY'S
It will in a few momlents, when taken internally
according to the directions, cure Cramps Ssms,
Sour,8tomach, Hleartburn, ilok H eadache Dp.
aa I alpitation of the Heart, Cold Chills ilysis
Pains in the Bowels, Disrrhcea D~yaentry, le
WVind in the Bowels, and all Internal P'ains olc
Taveles shoud alway carry a btl of RAD
drops in water will Drevent sIckness or paine from
oeiau e of water, It is better than French Brandy
or tera as.a stimulant.
be rie w and Lumnbermen should, always
Perfeot, Purgative, Soothing, Aperi
ents Aot without PaIn, Al Way
oliable and lNatural
A VEGETABLE SUBSTITUTE FOB
puereglae puiy cleanse ad streng
RA&DuAY's PIras for the cure of all disorders of
the 8tomach, IAyer Bowels, Kidneys B~dr
Female omp lts, Nervous Diseases, fs
petite, Headch 0onstipahion Ctiens, fla -
stlDy Billonen 2'vr nfamma.
th6!IntrnalVand Mlderangements o
inL! nereury, minerals, or deletrious drugs.
wObserve te Lunowig symptoms resulting
fronm Diseases of the Digestive gas-Constipa
tIon, Inward Piles, Fullness of Bloiod in the
Head, Acidit of the Stomach,Nau 9 Heartburn,
Dls t of Fod iFlness or Weigb5t in the 81o.
the ilart. Choking or Suffr 8ensaterns e
Head Deficiency ofPrspiration, Yellowness of
Libad Sudden l!'lushes of Heat, BurnlnjtI
A few doses of RADwAT's Pius1 will free the -
system from all the above-named disorders
SOLD BY DRUGGIST8b
Prie, RS (lents Rer Bem.
RAD "FALE AND TRUE,"
Send a letter stamp to RADWAY & 00., No. 518
Warn o. Churon St. New York.
Slfrmation worth thousanrls will be seal
Be sure and ask for RADWAY's, and see that the
smne "RAnWAY" is on what von bay.
E At eitrn ?fllh.VFulD,,eri tio,
Moost NewTalios' staeen of
1.selln Iictoril ho1oksa nd ilbies.n ice e
du edlnr cent. NATIONAl. P'in, (Op.. Philasl]., p'
It i&7 iL~ A~ *. r1. 3 Lit & CO. ,
Comnier~ce. taigo., No y frkC. &r
CRAIN AND PROVISION BROKERS,
Wht o nh,,yo y riviat itegra h wiro boeiton
nnnwhn reql, este I 1. uol f r alars cci
Uhilt5at ars. l 1o1. LI~liIOMt & 00.
P'luenix P ctorn wtl turo y our congn. Price 25i t
staj in its sleep, nor irind itsY~4 t Isio
IUCL ARK'S INFALLIB.Eem