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PIIOSPHATBS AND 1'OTAIL-PhoF phate
of lime is only one of the mineral fer
tilizers upon which plants delight to 1
foed, but which continual cropping, ]
without returns, will soon exhaust. Pot- I
ash, upon which plants make large de- I
mands, is another. Grass and.potitoos
may be called potash plants, because, V
eutainug a large per cent. of this min- 1
eral. One huudr d parts of dry hay I
will leave, when burned, nine per cent, '
of ash, which the largest part is potash. C
Successive crops of grass must, there- 1
iore, exhaust the land of this, its lead- I
ing constituent, unless it is returned i i
some shape. Just what mineral fortil. t
izers grass lands want in order to keep I
them in good productive condition may a
be learned from tho following statemont ,
of that eminent scientist, Bousingault: i
"Ten th ,usand pounds of good meadow I
hay contain 547 pourds of inorgank I
t iiueral) matter, of wbioh 130 poundls 0
ire potasu, auda, 10 pounds; lime, 107;
nagneia, 43; dxide of iron, 5; silicica,
11,(9; ulpiaurio acid. 16,phospnorio acid,
32; aid chlorine. 15. Whilo many of I
t lose are found in almost inexhaustible C
quantity in all tillable land, potash, C
lime, sulphuric and phosphorio acids C
diminiisl rapidly unior cultivation, un- f'
less returned in soie way. It is a sui- U
cital poncy, therefore, to neglect the
nppho.ttion of these mineral fortilizersi
on lana severely cropped. Nor Is any )
fertilizer a more pormaiintit effoct oi C
such land than wood ashes-they (ol
tatinitg all the mueral constituents of t
plant lood-and when acompamled a
with ammonia im some form imake at per
foot fertilizer. It, , an old saying that
"land nvoer forgets ashes " a(d aluch
would seem to be the fact., when places
on which coal-kilns hav, been barned
have been known to have shown their
fertilizing elleots for more than half a
RATS AND CumiIs.-Ao ]owa lady
gtts iII befit r 01 the rats that infect 1
uor poultry quarters as fellows: "A
tiglt floor WaIs pt~ in the henh1ouse a
foot Iaid I hal:f from the ground; this
flour is of oak boards, and every knot
hole is coveied with tin firnaly nailed
dowia; the windows aire three feet or
more :r,)m the ground; there is a small
trap door in the floor.and hoards'phied
anling brom thisA opeLinag dowI to t1
g round, so taut the o a onenH can run up
them eattily. Darmig the uity the hents
uad their broods liu in the yard wit,
the other lowis. and lto presenco of the
cook keeps away the rats. At night they
ascond the inclined plane leading into
(the haenl-houshe, go to their respective
loxes cr cornerm with their broods, the
trap-door is shut, tho door ot the house
i securely closd, aniid all the fowls,old
aid youing,seoure from verinin itud sup.
pit waihi aall the tresh air atifurded by
two open winaws. .eero they remain
until releaised from their conifliement
by the opening of the dcori in the
niorning. By thim ilenin, ati this only,
have we been aule to protect I hom froma
rats. The little chicks atre not alloweu
to leave the housie at ini iitil nearly a
week uld;tlen tiey arostiolig enough to
get back aigain sately."
THE husainess ot litriing sheep isI
the n.051, iaOLt~aoous 111no)wn. I cani
inaigine no 'flore mind-destroying occu
p~ation. It i-. it only for griasers, men
who iare below their dlogs ini inteligeclle.
it is ieadomn that an American enagages
mn sheepl-helding. Wh'len hard upi and1(
unable to obtamn other work they wisely
lpiter the penitenatiary and its mid 4
excltemient to ;arowhaig over a desert. ail
ter a flock oi stupidi shieep,amtl they are
right. I haiie anern ashetp heirde~rs in
Batrovi Colorado a-it for hocuis on a
reek nu ader a azlo hraush bloking at ai
lt.ca a. iseep, oi slowily wvalking to atad
hr.,ii ase ount riemng behlind the ai
nanis ais they ledi over the pratirie. 'Jliese
mii.n attad a ie of such arritatinag niono
tonjy 1thatt ta nervouas Atwerienni, torcd
to do the work, would have swaltlowed
oue ol thu bainuaake cactuses growinag
on thae phaiins in has mada dhestre to broian
i he dirL iii mtonot anay,
l ie n inimer ia LoI t(rend of is Voca
lion.io ice the25 lt digcanity of hils posh
ion, lho enti aetter qitt i. and3( lire out
bay <bry or auotht iat any labor lie cila
iertorna- it he cain get it. It, is with
nianiing its withI every other occuapationa
*u 'li [re haessaon. 'ITo be siaecetsst ul there
inl, it nau1.St itt onily beo thoroughly uni
ter.4taod, but ttu: m.nataal fac lies mnzut
bea itm enthusiastic in the work of theo
hanids. It will then be bere t. of its
burden ot drudgery, and bocouato a lat
boar of love ad telighit. WVnon thais
paoint is onceC gined, the road tht leadsa
Wnau1N will fatrmera lear-n thtat overy
tiOOotu, oily-tonguied chap wthio conmes
ailonag, is nut a saint. Instances o1 far
ma rs being swindled by perama~bulatirg
uno muireas are coming to lhght mocie
t requently than ever. TVhe latest dodge
aart fromn 1s then if-upportinag wagon
tong~ ueO U winiiO. iThe fiuaier is indt
to sag i a cottnct to uase thae toniguo tad
recotnaeind it to hais neighbors, but in a
fow weceks,this aplparenit simll contrac t
aconfroints the laurmaor in the forma of a
pron-scary nlOwt, which lie hias to pay.
io tact signa a paper,postal card or say
thing else, when presented by patiesaJ
who aire unknoiiwni to you.
WVurAT I'rItais.-- oj tirees theknolls
(or pot..r part5 of niewly sown wheat
~laii. Even a thain caatiag of straw I
will bent-it the (croll wuomterfully. An
at is. the sheltor and protectioni thtat helps
the corna, narshi liay or buckwhaeat,
straw wiltl be serviceable where coarat
imnanre is not availiable. On woria
landa, where the whieat has comoc up
poor and thin, apply 120 pounds of giu
aino (-r 100 ponde oh it rate ofi soita to0
11USINoa COatN.-avo twoa basketa, ina
t! eln, one for sinall ears, s.oft coria
ad nubbinsa, iad the other tor' large,
sounid cars, whlich should 1)0 cribbed bay
thiemselIves. TIhe roet should lao boihir'i
ior the p-.ga or* grotund with sonic oats
and brani for feeit for cowa, but ntiver
cribbed with the gootd corni.
. iPRovil every 1ait maeioment in ight
ing weeos, and prevent them maiturinig<
their seedl. Dm ing wet spells when no I
work cian he donoe in the fields, theic
wveeds and1( britara aian be cut dtown wyith
an old scy the.
SUOon imlenemts flhat will taot be
no. ded againi dais season should be
cairefully elenaned, oiled and put an a
dry plaice. Do inot leave them in a
tence corner to rust and rot. Next
sprmng you will lied them unafit to usme
anad lbe compelled to buiy new ones.
TF you areo uniia with your city
cousius and aunts, who so delight in
co~unatry life, you know, and regret that
they have noe larans to run for amuse-4
ment and pastime, just take them to the
hields aind kitchen and put them to
work. It will shorten 'ip their visiting
To ORNAMENT a photograph, take a
lioece of white unruled paper, one suit.
tble for water-color paints, and on it
amint a vine of morning-glories, roses,
vy or a spray of some pretty, delicate
lower. The spray, or vine, should
orve almost in a half cirole. Lay it
way where the dust will not reach it
mitil perfectly dry; then, with a pair of
harp scissors, out out the flowers.
Mhon take a pieco of white cardboard,
ut out a square nearly as large as the
ohotogrreph, and piseto the picture over
he square on the wrong side of the
ap9r. Take tie flowers and arrange
hem half over the paper and half over
he picture, and when the position is
atisfactory, fasten with mucilage.
"rino the card with an oak frame, and
, very pretty effect will be obtained.
nstead of the painted flowers pressed
iris and mosses may be used with
A Ilittary lian Magle Umlpy.
WASHINoTON, 1). C.-Ueneral 0. C.
Lnflin, i a letter stating his wife was
ured of a painful ailment by bt. Jacob's
11, writes that after witnessing Its magical
ure of pain lie would cheerfully pay $100
>r a batUe of St. Jacob's Oil, if he could
ot get it cheaper.
GLASs HTAINING.-Olass staining may
10 dono at home by the following pro.
ess: Spread over the glass a strong
urm water, and when dry lay it over
he paper on which the design is
tetehed, and trace with a flu haii.
ioncil all the outlinos. Dip the tube
ike pencils in the colors, ind let them
low out ll)oni the glass; have a care
I.d not touch the pencil to the glass.
Lhe lights and shades are pro luced in
L variety of ways; one of the easiest,
splcially to beginners, is to take
L goose quill out in the shapo of a
)l, without the slit, and with it care
uilly take out the lights by lines alld
ittle dots. This part of glass staining
a the most exacting and difioult, as
nu(h of the effect depends upon the
hading. The glass is then ready for
An olt phisqtolan, retlred froin practice, having
d1141 hauld in his natlas by an East Inia IinissoUn
try tio formitilla of a iiliiplu vegetiable renmety jot
lii piieedy awla p'rin wuent, citro or Consuinpf lon
3ronuttitis, catarr, Asitina and all tiroiat ajil
.ung Alleet 011 1lso a pw Itive and ra lial rifre
or Nervouit lebiilty mit atl Nervotus CotnplamiLns,
titter it vayg testliv I~s won trful curativO p wers
11 tillo l.iniii of eaSe, has .lt It 111 1 il ity t i t ske
ti owii tol his suuerliug fll ws. Acet wttet iiy ihis
notIve and a des.re to re'leve iurnin sul'ering. I
vll! senti free of etarge, t till who tiesiro it, ilt,
eeipe, in German, French or Engilih, with fuil
hie elons for ) epriiig 1and tling. Sein by mah,
)y adlkresig wihit1 sta1np. naninx thl-4 paper, W.
. NoYIs, 149 I'uwer's lock, Ruoclu'sfr, A. 1.
Conn JzrYY.-Delicious jolly can
e unmide ot cider. To one plit of
leair, sweet oider allow one piSt of cold
'ator, two pounds of sugar, on pack
go of gelatino, one large pint of boil
ig waiter. ;3oak the gelatine until it
entirely dtissolved in the cold water:
ben add to this the sugar, a spoonful
i cinnamion, the juice of two lomuonsa,
hio grated rind of two, then the gela
ino. Add the cider last; then put all
ri a thick 11 muel bag and let it drain.
)o not sqjueeze it at all.
Uaunrrh an114 IIlay F'ever.-.tor twenty
ers I wasa a siniferer Iram Catarrh of the
10ead anid thiroat 1a4a 5viry alirgravtui till i
111(1 duning thmi Ruinler with iliiy 1". ver.
procuredt a bita e o1 E y' G ream Ii im
md11 after ai few aipplicauousti rceivedl decit
iced b)eeit-w as cuired by one bottle.
t.1ive had no ret u'n of the comiplaint.
1laitJ~rrc PamumN-t, Waverly, N. Y.
Vrice bJ eents perm bottle.)
SCAn1FT '' Eln. -An emmenl~lt phlysi
ian says1 lhe CuirO iniiety-nino1 out of
very hundred eases of acarlet fever by
iving the paiienlt warm lemonade with
um armabie dlissolved in it. A cloth
v'runug out in hot waiteri and laid upon01
lie stomach abould be removed as it
>ecomnes cool. In casesq where physi
:'ansl aire not eal1sily obtainable, simlple
emnedics lare not to be despised.
Dr. Glraveq' iHeart It 'gulator cures al
ormus of ilearL, ihlsease, niervous1 ness and
(luonn P-uniAi - Melt half a cup of
mittmer in onile chiy of miola1es and1( one
>f sugar, allowmc thme rixture to be
~omlo hoit; then add 0111 tablespoon of
riound ginger, on10 teaspooni of groiund
unnliamonl, (on1 cupI of sweet mlilk, five
11ps) of flour stirred in with a full half
easp41oonh of 50(da. Bake in two fiat tin
"Rtoughm on Matts."
Clear' 41ut rais, inte, roacetmi, dies, antls, heat
SNow Unwitr Cauxu.-Whiip the whites
f two eggs to a stilT froth; put in two
mups of powdered sugar, the' juiec of
>no lemion and half the gred peel; add
t ittl1e salt. Stir in very lhghtly and add
ilickly one cup and a half oIf preparod
rlour. Baik0 iat onice in two Ilaves, or
i squaro cairds,
olwiNmro', KY . -Revy. ,1. w. wam?.iop1. og
' 11n's I ron 11 uiters greatly ro.iei'i 410 U
eienerl lebaitiy ati intgestiloll."
NicE bUnEAKEA'T libsu ----ld nuoish
Id po~ltocainxuado into little ball and1(
lattuned: d11p th)em imto ani egg slightly,
0 na to mix tim yolk and woito, roll
h101m in cracker (Irumbal. Fry themi in
tot lart orY bulttor'. Scnd to theo table
Matlaria, chills, positively cured oy
'1mory's8 Statudard Oure I'dils. Their ttill
mnknowi; sugar coalteth no griping, '.3b3.
Orua J. Wvimi, -- hbow'n a su1 lli'tent
luan~tay of coarso meal, before tihe tiro
*r in thei oven, and pour over it blllng
vaitor; cover it. OlesoL and1 u1se it cold.
'his is conidere~id v'eiy useful for 5:0 -.
Mtothesr Swan's WVarin Syrug.
0rishnuilJ,lP.I Iisl inss, Wormsll, 1onl ILpatti, s.'.
Sit.LO INK. --Spiulled ink upon a
Iarpot ori ottier woolotn artliolo mniy 1b0
nitire03ly removed in the~ followinig manii
inor: Wh'ile the ink is still wet take
lean blottmlg papr or cotton batting
u~d carefully Soiak tIP all that is poa
ible'; thenii pour a little sweet milk on
lie article andi lop it uip with clean
etton batting. This must beC (done
ovoral times, cacti time soaikiing the
uilk up with freyk hiatting and using
re.sh nilk, Whien the milk is removed
vashi the spot with clean soap suds and
uh dry with ai clean cloth. If the ink
ad become dry the milk must remnain
m longer and used otter. With per
everancle, however, it will all dtisap.
A trues asshistant to nalture in re'slorinig theC aya
emi to perfect health, thuis 1-la.mmg II to restt
lIst aso ila nrown's lion ittermi.
Trat yelk o! an egg mixedt with a little
nolasses n'ake's a rich brown glaze for
he top ofruenae and buns
IT was on a Western railroad. The
conductor had been his rounds, and
taken a seat beside a very quiet and
"Pretty full train," finally observed
"Road seems to be doing a good bus.
"Oh, the road makes plenty of mon.
cy, but "
"But what?" asked the passenger,
a the other hesitated.
"Bad management. It is the worst
managed line in this whole country."
"Is that so?"
"That's so. The board of ofiloials
might know how to run a side-show to
a circus, but they can't tackle a rail
"Who is the biggest fool in the
"Well, the Sup3rintendent is."
"I'm glad of that," said the passen
ger, as his face lighted up. "I was
afraid you would say it was the Presi
"Suppose I had?"
"Whby. I'm the man."
vanuut Lear tair Iteutorer.
T1. Is en roly di fferent from all others. It is
as clear as wn t r, and as its name indicates Is
a porect Vegetable IHair Restorer. It will mu
niediately Ireo the head froin all dandruffire
rtore gray hair to its natmal color, and ,ro
tice a new growt h where it has ubfalleno. It
toes not in any inanner nfflect. the health,
which sulpliiur, sugar of .ad ati nitrate of
silver prepar at ions havodone. It will ehango
light or h'aded hiair ini a few dlays to a bean I iful
gossyibrown. Ask yoiurdrnggistor it. Each
bottle is warrantecd. SM1Tif, K LINEKH & CO.
Wlolesalo Agents, Philadelphia, Pa. ani
C. N. CRITTIONTON. Now York.
A NEw Yo1iv broker, who left the
street three or four years ago, one day
received a call from a man upthe river,
who announced that old Blank was
"Old Blank. Yes, I remember him;
so lie is dead?
"Yes, and his heirs are trying to
break the will."
"Yes. and they are going to prove he
was crazy. They vWant you as a wit
"Want me? Why I know nothing of
the old man except that I once invested
$10,000 for him."
"Well that's all they expect to prove
"Why, if you'll come into court and
swear that the old man let you have
$10.000 to invest for him the case is
made out. When cau you cone?"
le never went.
Inoe,utl of w1i ning ani groaning over the con
s.e.tieneen ol the brtk n law of he1alth, how iuoii
wiser it 1i uptn the fir-t ti) nranci of Intltiges.
iton, losS. of appetit, Ieoeepasness, fonstapation,
&., (o remove tie cause and prevent disease by
tlaaa'ly use of the great retiedy of dhe wise ol'l
monks of S1. Bernaati, who forund the way to cure
diiasea<, by purify.ng the biond. Thw "St. Her.
Da d VI g:utable Pills' are the oldest, best tested,
and mo1 successful nedier.at conpuid in the
'You want something to eat, do
you?" inquired a man of a lame tramp
at the b~ack door of his residence.
''Ave you please, sor.''
"What made you lame?"
"It wvua the earthquake, sor'."
"isor. Ye see. I'm an [talian
from I he Island of ki chia, an' whin the
earthquake shuk up the surface av the
planet it sprung mne knec', an' .I'm uni
able to wurk, w~hichI the same I'd be
pleausedl to (do if 1 was able."
WVhen the bulldog made a rapid exit
through the gate lhe was pro toeded by
the Italian earthiquake s foer ..
My mother beran galngL fromi first (dose
she Look of Dr. Graves' Heart itegulator.
She is ridl of those bad feehings about her
heart now, the relief is pcrm'ant., other
remedies only helped for a few minntes.
Miss Clara Bradt, Lawton, Mica. $1. per
bottle at drugiists.
iT.x l're'tdenit riding for' 100 miilest
behind a team of four Missouri mules
had an excellent opportunity for the
al ndy of humnan nature.
Gu~va. H Is M 1.1.5. Wltuniore co., Md.
IlMsIus K ENNEDY & Co:--The Carbo
line is making youzng hair come on my
bald head. PiTElt lF. B3iIEA RER.
Tlhis Is a fair sample of the certificates
whuich are received daily at the Pittsburg
THuH worst punishment youi can in.
flict on a COhinaman who has commuitted
a crime is to ex-queues him.
'ITae quick, comptote cure, all annoying giduoy,
IBiartder and Urinary tDiseases. Si. Dru ggisuts.
W A I.Trsono, 8. C-Cot. A. IL. Campb~ell, says:
"A titein er oh mny famiily usot iBrown':i iron hit
ters withi goodt a omizs,"
As actor who crosses the ocean for
the ist time dloes not enjoy bise new
Thei pliti are wvarranted to no PURLttY vege
liable, free fromn all inlne'ral andi othter poisRons
subtancties. TIhey arme a ceurtailn ctore for CIonstl
pationi. Slek Hleadhoh, D~yspepiala, Bilousness
1'orphi liver, Iloss of Appetito, and all disessos
LiveP', SNnanels. IBowels. or
'They) remnove all ob~structioani fromt the channels
of the systeta i ad purIfy tihe bloodt, thereb~y Imn
Imrinlg haluth, st rengthand~i vigor. Sold by dinug.
gIat, or sent by mall for '25 cenl i n stamps by
P. N EU~sTA EDTER & CO.,
83 Mercer St., New York,
Soiti Manm fifaturera of ST. HlERNARDt!)VEOE
80nti for ('iteular.
IIOREHOUND AND TAR
Ihbr Per'ona qf all Age..
A Won'terr.U Cure for oCsthEK. (CoIas,
iiwonecnitj, and.. (censusnption.
.4T ANiiR DiJ I (seu Ia o- enuron to;
CURt Fs, in to et, where othew- re"nedsenm have
fasied; its av eat t~eeay has been PitOVED~t
and ts 5lmper'ority etintYoly AKNOWV.
F('hlidren derive great benuefi flront
915 Soltlun I~woiserti4en when. staffersina with
Cirougise mn Whooghng tnsht. * 'Every
tannaly .'h~ouhi kooe 'a an readne-. Mrsce 0. andl
Wi por bottle-largest, chvapest, sold by all dlalte.
0. N. CnITTENTON. Proprietor. New York.
Pt ks's Toothc b1/'o>s Cure (n one Mi nut.
German trnu itnuom. Rw n. m- an Bun. -
CoT,. Onissom was a high-toned
southerner, who held hi. "honor" at a
premium, but he was a poor business
manager and broke up. He had trou
ble with one of his creditors, and a
fight was imminent. One day a gen
tleman met him and inquired:
"Colonel, did you mottle with that
" 'Yes, sah, I did, sah. My honah was
at stake, sab."
"Ah, I am exceedingly glad to hear
you fixed him and came out in such
good shape. How did you settle?
According to the code?
"Well, no," replied the colonel,
dropping his pomposity on the ground.
as it were, and stepping on it, "not
"I settled with him at ten cents on
tho dollar, and he was glad to get
Dr. R. V. PiER;oN Bufatlo, N. Y.: Dear
Sir-My wife had suffered with "female
weaknesses" for nearly three years. At
times she could hardly move, she had such
dragging pains. We often saw your "Fit
vorito Prescription" advertised, but sup
posed like most patent medicines It. did not
amount to any thiig, but at last concluded
to try a liottle, which she did. It made her
sick at. flest, but it. began to show its effect
in a marked improvement, and two bottles
cure .hier. Youirs, ftc.,
A. J. I1UYdK, Deposit, N. Y.
A Bnu.ir farm father called his son
into the library the other day, and
"Harry you are now 17 years old."
"I have given you money from time
to time but you havo had no stipulated
allowance. .Beginning with next week
I shall allow you $6 per week."
"That will be splendid You are one
of the beat fathers in Detroit."
"Yes, 86 per week, and as yoni are
now old enough to pay your board, I
shall charge you $5 per weekl You can
always depeid upon the dollar coming
to you each Saturdiiy."
Consumptiomn in its early stages is readily
cured by the use of Dr. Pierce's "Goiden
Medical Discovery," thotigh, if the lungs
are wasted no nedicine wilt cirect a euro.
No known retedy possessem snch soothing
and healing influenc over all scrofulous,
tuberculous, and puhmnmonry affections as
the "Discovery." Joln Willis, of Elyria,
Ohio, writes: "The *Gohten Miedicai Dis
covery' does positivoly cure coisti on2p1 i,
as, after trying every other Leicitie !in
vain t Ihis succee-ded." Mir. Z. T. Phelps,
of' duthbert, Ga., writes: "Tie 'Golden
Medical Discovery' hast euried my wifo of
brouchitis, and incipieut conisuiptioni."'
Sold by druggists.
"CAN you put me up a prcseription?"
asked a leading light of the Good
Templars of a druggit's apprentice.
"No, sir; 1 ain't got that far yet, and
the boss has gone to lunch." "I'm in q
hurry, and would like to haye this
filled," said the customer, laying a pie
scription on the counter. "Oh, I know.
what that is." said the boy, brighteiling
tip; "the deacons of the church around
the corner come in here every Sunday
and got it for the col'c." And i, boy
handed hiim down a bottlec of spiritus
(riumenti, and set a tuinbler before the
Dr. Pierce's "Pellets," or sugair-co.ited
granules--th~e original "little liver pills,''
(beware of imnitations)-cure sick andi bil
itmus headatche, cleanse tihe stomach and
bowels, and1( purify the blood. To get gemnu
mne, see Dr. Piere's signature anit portrait
on GJovernxmnt stamp. 25 cents per vial,
A BowTON newspaper man while on
the summit of Mount Washing ton was
struck by lightning and only slightly
injured. When a book-agent is strucek
by lightning and escap~es injury the in
ference is that the electric bolt struck
hmon the cheek; but in, tihe, case of a
Boston newspaper man it is--well, we
can't always tell. The lhghtning is said
to have none limping downi the
mountain moaning painfully,
Fraszer A xie Grease.
One greaeing last-t wo weeks; all othere twoI
or three (lays. Da i nx th mposed on by time
humbug tts oireol. \sk your dealer for Fra
zur ,,, w.t m label ou. -aves your horse labor and
you too. It race ved iirst medal at thoe nton.
nial and Paris Expositions. dold everywheore.
"DutraY." said a friend admiringly.
"I believe you tire a man to die with
your b)oots on."
"Yea?" reliied Dtimley straighten
ing himself and trying hard not to iip
pear too dare-devilish, "and why do
you think so?"
"Because yon rarely take them ofi
when you go too bed."'
Ar. .J . I leber, 21' 0.,ttrt. 8f., Ilirsoklyni,
says: "L had atiehred for years; pani( o'ver
$1,U00 for doctors and medicines, without
hellp to may terrible sciatica, af'ter whmich nine
b at~ics of Dr. Elmuore's Rt.-(G. cured mec.
Txrumor that J~udge Tourgee will
teliver hIs lectuire "Give us a Rest" be
ore thme Pennmsylvanle Legislature is
probab ly at u eak iiivenitionm of tim
Imetn.y. All them same, that is what the
fLegibslature should give us,
Ladies and childrmen's boots and shoes
:annot run over if Lyon's Patent Reel
Ittienmers are used
Tiiuns arefe things no irritating in
thistlife as to wait half an hour for your
adversary at checkers, and then have
hitm look up, as just aroused fromn a
hap, andl stupitdly inquire, "Whose
aiove is it?''
Dr. Kline's Oreatr Nerve iestorer is tbr
marvel or the ago ior all nerve diseases. All
'Its ste it~ free. Send to 951 Arch Ktreet.
(Fr~ ot i'theBideopor t snardI.)
A remiiaikaibl, enre: A lady, stevenmty-sI x
years ot age, waltks this summmer fth fl' irist
time in yearis. A case' t hat was give ny~m by 1
the plhicians. Hier 'rma'mad s miil re'le v ~E'
had given nyp ini desp:mlr of' her' 'evr ge*t ting
out again. Muis. J1trm~tA H.liunt NDAo i,ot-45
Maple St., liridgepor)t, Conen., reentm ly said
te a repros.entative of t his paper, wheun qutes.
tioned ablonit thme ease' of her mot her: "' eamn
very cheerf'ul ly giv Vi;niy test imtony in favo'.r
of so va lale an art leme as Ilui 's iteane'dy,
My mohecr, who is .sevent v-lx years ofI age,
lhts for' Over thirty3 yeairs b~een allli,;tedi wahL
kidney, liver and heart diseases, whichl hans
contiinedi Iher -o the house most o1 the timre
and to aidd to' her ''titer troubiles, atbouit I bareo
iears ago) dropsyo in its worst f'orm Set in,.
WVe had tree do'ctors,whlo did all they coul
for her with biut lit Ie success, as she grow
rapidly worse, tad deiathl seemed lioritatle.
At times her body andi limbs would beswvollena
nearly twice t heir usualbsize. llr hysicias
gave her up, msayinag they couldhi dotothinag
miorc for her. Shte was also given upi by her
f'riouads. Havinag hteardi of the great ..mounat
ol' good hluns' ltema'dy had aecomplished,
amel i' the r'emairkable cures it had snide hii
sinmilar cases, we thought as a last hope wve
would try it, aind to the great as: onishmntt
of usail (doctors Included) she begani to imi
p rove, andt In a v'ery short timc the areilintgs
lefther entire bodyi; the manmy aches amid p~ains
kromn which site suffered shte knows no more.
,to has wvalked out this summer for the tirst
tine in years, and Is as comfo'rtable as can
be ex'pected ior a woman of her years. We
B3tDr, PEPPERS -Green bell -peppers
make a dehoare relish if eaten with
salt. Out the peppers in naitow strips,
after removing the seed and rinsing in
cold water; dip the strips in salt, as
you do celery. Serve in a plate or In
a shallow glass.,
Forsons WvHo Travel
often experience serious bodily inconventience:
from the unsuitablity of food, air and water they
meet with. on lobig voyages disorders of the
stonmach and bowels are apt to attack seafaring
men an.1 passengers, in consequenoe of the brack
Ishness of Watr and foul air on shipboard, and it
is a notable fact that hnimigr.tnius newly arrived in
unsettled dls rot.', ar peciliarly subject to tt.
larial aitseas.,es alitd ottiler a.imielits born of Inansma
dud an unwonted 41het. To the need4 of the tdur
lt, coluniercial traveler and new settler, IIos; ot
ter's stoinaci [ltters is peculiarly udapted, since
It strenjtthens the igestive organs, utnd braces
the puhNysical energies to unh-'attiful lutimnces
It remiaoves al. prevtsila iitlarirl (ever con atipa
tion, dyspepslii, havlitli ft:ly siltimlutes thte kidneys
an I ba1d( ler, atil eniitihes its well as parille tile
blooL Whien overcoito by f.tigue, whether
mnent-il or iphystieal, the weary and debilitat-d
iln.t it a reliable sourico of renewed strengt h and
DELICfOUs little cakes for c hildren
are made of equal parts 4f arrowroot
and wheat flour, a little Halt, a small
lump of butter, and are wtt witi sweet
milk. Roli them quite thin. mixing
the dough hard; out in fancy shapes,
and bake in a quick oven.
MIEN8MAN'S PVPTroNIZKSt J;WK T0410, 11W i oly
preinration of kicei cosuia-1t1n.: jib rutir.: nutri.
tious properties. It coinitins bo ad-m'.-king, force
geierating anel life-Sustain leg prollelt .es; tivalat
ble for tndigest lo, dyspepsianeu vous p) ostration,
and all forms of general tbity, 1alo, i a i en
feeble condittions, whether tie result of exiuaits
ton, nervous prostrat.on, over-work or ancue dis
ease, particularly if resultiug from pimAnonary
complaints. Caswell, ltazard & Co., proprietors,
Now York. Sold by drumiats.
BANANAS sliced aud tiervitd with cream
are a dolictcy. Tiey abona be Rliced
and have sorne powdered sugar sprin.
kled over for iboutan hour before serv
ing: Het them in the retrigerrtor for that
length <f time.
ln 1a-0 "frorn's llrochial Troches" were
introciuieed, and the. r suievess as a cure for Co da,
Co1gh1s, Asthim., attll lronchitis has been un
para led. vOr. a box.
A new mietho(d of biewhing cotton
yarn has lately been introduced in
C U R E S
Rheumatism, Neuraliqa, Sciatica.
Lumbago, Backache, Hesd-ace, footihach.e.
Moire Thoat.M 8 inlega Sarnius. traSIane.
Mar ia%. Menilt.., Vstu454
AND .6Lt. A TI t ni lii rI i .i.NS AINI ILI .
ird by Druirkists :41. 11. r rn ee pitc, C1 nt'.4 Ig..
I W AR1I.T A SPE:IFIk FOR
VER ~li. Spasms, Convul
____ _____V _ Sw on s,Sa i
N E R VE * d gl lo
U I UE|R|INIIN|Rhetla"*
NVervous Weakngess, Biralin Worry, Bloor(l Sor'cs,
Biliousness, Costitveness, Nervonsa Pr-ostrat Ion,
Kidney Troub~les and rregularilles. $1.50.
"Samaritan Nrin - n e~i g wa'dc 'rs."'
Dr. J1. 0. Mociemoin, A lexandeor City, Ala.
"I feci it my ditty to recommend it."'
~Dr. 1). P. Langblin, Clyde, Kansas.
-."It oured whewre ph 'sicians fatlil."
I v .A. Edie, Beaver, Pn.
*7 Oorrespondlenen f'reely answered. m
The Dr. S. A. Richmond Med. Co., St. Joseph, Mo.
- F~or testtmonials and circiulars send stamp. (7)
At Druggists. C. N. Crittenton. Agent, N. Y.
.9pnr D . n xR1tu4A rsea ant. t ut.
sA IETN WAN TfED tor ot, uu usC in a
on * t.a a ye orn . s~l 1510 ~ti
600,000 Volumes, the choiceest liter
free. Lowest prices ever known. NOT
BEFORE payment on evidence of gon
18 Vesey Street, New York. P. 0. Box
The Createst BIOi
UHEUMATIBM OURED, 80ROFUI
RoowssTrn, N. r., Apr. 6th, '88. "~t Bxw
Rhieum ato npup Cb. en vnN
oa rT8-I have been a great mD f- Rhetmaste BRin
ferer from Rhbeumatism for sir I had been di
years, and hearing of the sitecess or four yearn, w
of Rthenmatic Syrup I concluded siclans, for sere
to glio It a trial in my own cane, ed it, b'nt found
and I cheerfully say that I have commenced ta
been greatly benefitted by its use. After taking it
I can walk with entire freeiiom my anrpise i
from pain, and my general health Continuing Its
Is 'ery inneh linproved. It is a I found myself
selondid remedy for the blood As a blooa purl.
lead debilitated systemn. no equal.
It. oHRitTER PARIK,M. D. MRtR. WIr~l
Manuf'd by RHEUMVATIO SY RUP Ct
Shall Wo Let
A hard-hearted political econion.
feebly gasping as it lies upon a pilkr
die. It is so weak and poor that its
There are already a goodl nny peCo
account anyhow. And wvhat's the ti
weakling, who has but slendecr chanc
d. Now ask that child's mother w
di.About this time the hard pol
theivay. *Let my child die? Not
be found that wi/I save that child, the
do//ar to save the chi/di/" Well, try
on that child, See the poor little I
H eivill live. Hosts of other children
to healthy life by nlrm.,4' iro. us.t
If you are
In the inquiry-Which is the
best Liniment for Man and
iReast?-this is the answer, at
tested by two generations: thd
MEXI AN STANG LINI
MENT. The reason is slm
ple. It penetrates every sore,
wound, or lameness, to the
very bone, and drives out all
inflammatory and morbid
mnatter. It "goes to the root"
- of the trouble, aud never falls
to cure in double quick time.
This porous plaster is
absolutely the best over
nado, combining the
urts and ex.I PLASTER
tracts. Its power is wonderful l ocuring diseases whort
other plasters sitply rellove. Uriok in the Back and
Neck, Pain in tho Sido or Limbs, Stiff Joints anti Muscles,
Kidney Troublos, lbOunmatism, Nouralgia, Soro Chest,
Afrections of tho IIcaat; and Liver, and all pains or aches
In any part oured instantly by the Hop Plaster. tV Try
Lit. Price23 cents or livo for '$1.00
Malled on receipt of price. Boli b
all druggists and country stores
BAC K - Proiotors, Boston, a6s.
tc7For constipation, loss of appetite and diseasosof th(
bowels tako Hawley's Stomach and Liver Pills. 23 cents
CATA R R H Ely's oreamBan
whent applied by th(
fingcer auto the nos
L 'S trils. wll babeorb
AM B * *efetually ceans
AM BN iu the iiead or ca
P,'41~ Cu tarrhal virns, causin
healthy atrettions. I
tL o EA ~ allays lunflaimation
V pirotects the men
-WAFEVER w~ -- Iratio of the iiaa
.0 passages from addi
titonal oaidi com
pletely heals the sorei
and restores tasti
a d -smiiell. A tot
\' applivations relieve
A thotrrigh treal.
U.S.A 111. tei l t l posittvell
<mre. Agreeable t
A -FEVER use. Send for circu
- V lar. Price 50 contj
bv mail or at drn gg t9.
LY BitOTiIIias, Druggists, Owego, N. Y
T9T.O"H ER SI
start, it% iti ,C Iud grInd It toeth? If s
it hu111 W2ii.hI, Md yueo should use
AT ON IF. mndIF,
It ac om. e. a bottle. i !ru41ta.
fOlHS. JI. N. & J. B. 110 lENSMt'K.
Tlii 'ShR AI''Fi~iulED wIThl TilE EPtFEC'T
ol' al~.i-1'-A IUcE AN!) M~liUIALIZAL'OB
Rihoulti not lte'attato to consiultJ. N. and J. B. Ho.
BR NSACK, of 206 North iSecond streel, Philadel
iother by mnail or by person, during the hours
ornm 8A.M.hto2P. M., and6t~ob9P. M.
Advice free. whosoever woula know his oondl.
tion and the way to impro~ve It should read
"wlsboM IN~ A NUTSTI"
Sent on receIpt ol -cent tatuip.
ii. LINDillemM A to. N. 3 IILLEII & CO.
6&7OIhsnulor of Broadway
omec.Chicago. New tork.
CR AIN AND PROVISION BROKERS,
Nebeofk alle loiet r i d f waukhangesn
We have exclusm vo isrivaistoegra ih wire etwesi
hia o an No ok. i oxeouo ordr no
LNOR ft . i bnlokte pl test
d.> vii s mnob iider and bioo
dicomir dfor acute an chroni
mn r t d ac riumim nt. immsor m
lava o . t B g i.' ul o s an i 'pin e n -:t wi e t-sn
$5 toiuisiur $2 per~y n fr t o n. 4p. ort11
Portland. Maine.$fr.Adrs TNO&C.
Phuojntx Pelmtoral *will cure vour courh. Priot 25 ete
C a m p h y r in s i tt ia' (at L'il ugno Sn n N n ~c osii
1, ariha'r.Pen nsylvan ii Agriottitial orka. YorkPc
IT STOPPED RE
S nsane P'ersons Kestoredi
Ipa/ilDIN&N5if avn a s rietd.es~ij /m
arturo th im'iie wod. il0-a rgeimmm Ctalogi
sol by d~uealers.m' Synt ore aminatuj". oimm
Dnifith. JOHNAR 0B. ALN, PuDhe
ad Purifier Known!
A OURED. NEURALGIA OilEDf.
N. Y.,14eb. 20, '82' FAnR'On't, N. Y., Marelh 18, '8.
* ~ RhIIeumaf to h~ru49 0b.:
ctoln fr hre QNSm-Since November, tes8'
fula ais erome Ih. have been a constant suffere
fnilreliefsometcl l from neuralgia and have nb1
kn yrele ul tI known what It was to be free
tin yhor ryru from pain natil I eOmmneneeo
>an sot he 'to th use of Rtheumatlo . ru1
iegan foelp e. have felt no pain hince usin the
sel as Wer, fourth bottle. I think it the boal
as ell s evr. it remedy I have ever heard of foi
I~,ItikI a~prifyfng the blood and for thn
JAIcRNG uro of rheuism an, neAS
).,i Plymouth Ave., Roohester, N. Y,
the Child Dio?
1ist, looking~ at a pale and puny child
>w, says that the child might as well
life will never be worth muich anyhowv.
>I ll the wvorkcl wh'o are of not much
:e of adckhng to their number anlothe~r
e of ever amounting to anything?
ha.t shie thlinks about letting thle cii
itical economist had better get out of
Nol/ ' As long as there is a remedy to
child shall not die /I'll sp>end my last
a bottle of BROwVN's IRON ITTE'iRS
el 'ik up stren'gth. .He revivec,.
hav been h'nught almost fromn death~
HEALTH IS WEALTHI
Heaia of Myi kWzeaIk OfIEd
TM G AI ILOOD PUIIER,
Fm.....k. se... 8..h.....ou ....s
a eler kia w eld hav y~ Besh arm,
gg..m.. '""'""- pe"'oo
A emedy ifupsoe of higieeuod ex!ss
e o porti essentialtop ,
inml IIs d an tu" r..
Ne mattearb what same the complaint be
"asa . .ether It b." s.**vula* -e m
hke solve, tMnes bjOI*eq
dtsessesN of teIn~ 46dasys, bMM
ow~e Mkilk liver, steooac bow" $ither
shia eo onastatioaal, the Timus jsoin theme
whisk supplles the waste and builds anM renais
hsse eun and wasted tissues of the system.
It the~dI unbasat, whe pro""s of repan
The Sarsaparlillan Resolvent
Wsteb aesupematlg rmedly, but secur"
e'& "..es3 mf"'A1V e" &e r L**
hSiablhes throughout the entire system CUo.
1 and supplies the blood Ve.
ses with ad healthy Ourrent of
new life San, after a few days' Ise
of Ie Nw npilian, boomes dear an
beutifuaL Pimples, blotches, black spots a&M
skin ea"-- ae moved; sores and ulem oo4
curee. esm" fErng from scrofl eruptive
seasse of ahe eye, mouth ears, legs, I hoat and
ga* that have accumu and spread, either
rom Macured diseases or meroury, or from the
a of corrosive subiluMastay r un a care
i the 8sae M 1.010 e nueda snument time
to Make Ilrauessla an the system.
O.e hoWe eota. more s the aotive prinot.
Mednes Man any other Preparation.
R. R. R.
Radway's Ready Relef,
2%,60 Isepu mI Dat xNedleluo ew
kFWm-;A 0:0 ft she World.
In frem one to twotay Minates never fails to
relieve Pain with one thorough ap icatioao s
no matter hoW violent or ezcructating the pan
the Rheumatile, Bed-ridden, Inrm. Cri pl
Naord ataNeAse or
Bufr AY11REBIADY RRINItme
INFLAMATION OF THE KIDNUYS,
INFLAMMATION OF THE ELADDE3,
INFrAMMATION OF THE DOWRIA,
CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS,
$ORR TEROMW, DIFFICULT BREATHING,
PALPITATION OF THE REART,
HYSTERICS, CROUP, DIPHTHERIA,
NEURALGIA, REUMATIM, *
GOLD GHILLS, AGUE CHILIA,
CHILBLAINS AND FROST BITE~S
BRUISES, LUMBDAO, 8CIATICA,
GOUGHS, COLDS, SPRAINS,
PAINS IN THE CHEST, BACE
or LIMUS are insiantly relieveS.
I1% ITS VARIOUs FORMS1,
FEVER AND AGUlE,
FEVER AND AGUE cured for Si) eta. There is
not a remedial agent in this world thai wWl cure
Fever and Ague, and other MalaIous, Bilious
Scarlet, Typhoid Yellow and other fevers (aide
bRAMWAY S ILL2) so quickly as RADWAY'S
It wWl In a few moments~, when taken internally
according to the dIrections cure Crsxp t'-ms,
Bour Stomach, Heartburn, 8dk Ueaa ~ypep
iP lpitoa of the lleart, Cold Chillsr, s
?ne in~ the Bowels, Diarrhoe, Dysentery, Colic,
Wind In the Bowels, and all Internal Pains.
Travelers should always carry a bottle of RA I)
WAY'S READY RELIEF with them. A few
drops in water will prevent sickness or pains from
aer. I mlla better than Frenc Brandy
nler. a d Lumuberuaem should always
Perfeot, Purgative, Soothing, Aperb'
ente, Act without Pain, Always
Reliable and Natural
A VEGETABLE BUBSTITUTE FOB
Perfectly tasteless elegantl coated wIth sweet
~upurge, regulat, purify, cleanse and strong
Le R ADwAY'S PI4.e for the cure ef all disorders of
the Stomach, Liver Bowels Kidneys Bladder,
Female Coinplaints, Ilervous Diseases, L~sof A
pet40e, Headache, Constipation, Costiveness, inai
gestion. Dyspe paslhlothmessFdver, lnllamma
tion of the Bowels, Piles, and alderangetaents of
the Internal Viscera. Purely vegetable, contain,
Ing no mercury, minerals, or deleterious drags.
Bw"Observe the following symptoms resulting
B from Diseases of the D)Igetntive Organs; Constif
tion, Inward Piles, Ful nesa of Bilood In the
Head, Aeldl of the Stomaoh, Nansea, Heartburn,
the Heart, Choking or dulferng Sensation wen
inaltgposture, DImness or Vision, Dots or
Webs before the 81gb. Fever and dali Pamn In the
Head Dboclioy of Perspiration, Yellowness of
i mba nd Sudden fl esas of [Hea, hourning1
A few doses of RIADwAY's Prua will free the
system from all the above-named disorders.
SOLD DY DRUGGISTS.
,'res, 35 Cenate .ea' Us.
BlEAD "PATBE AND TRUE."
Send a letter stamp te RADWAY & C0,, No. SI
Wareor. Church St., New York,
Wnormation worth thonsands will be sent
To eshe Vtublte,
Be sure andi ask for RIAswAY's, and see that thE
Mft "RDWA" ionwha you buy
cl t y ars o tai o u t ir . F 11 0 r
T .Attoriney .34 '.I.h 8sree. Phliladoltua. Pa.
EMPLOYMENT fur "mgme h
BU1 vi IN ESH Ol.,KOE, No ark, N.J. 'Terms
only $40. Write for circulara.
FR EE. *"neTaitiger
sold ~.a 1 ~ .lTn:r -.b aa ' r Yo. '
BUY AFARM IN VIRGINIA!
Olv .s loI wat 0EN n 'v Por 5K.,41TENN.
fle la8i ahtl ,r t Ai o C A0 M s. AL'
Zu sl t ra Atae (r al orv 8c BrV a LIltit
J 19~ ~ ~ 21 li to a n a '~a Ar* *-'. Ph cat. hA
E RT ' A-l il Lr E8b matil. Sweli& Co
li yha 3''.a oark stown . Afus
on ftree Aar e I. lIA~fIr Il' &(A -
PRn. reurain.lwt~ c
FRmae e- Dewa