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AURKIIIT I, PURE,
Porauo PrANo. -After the sod has
been turned over,manure may be spread
broadcast, harrowed in, then 'furrow
out three feet and a half apart, and if
your potatoes have not been started in
a hotbed. and the sprouts are not show
mg themselves much; place them in a
box behind the kitchen stove for a few
days, but don't wait for the sprouts to
grow to any extent, and be careful not
to break them off. If the potatoes are
of good size, cut them so as not to have
more than two eyes in one cutting, but
the largest potatoes will be obtained
from one. Plant them in drills about
one foot apart, using a little commer
cial fertilizer as it is not only good for
giving the plant a fair start, bnt also
for driving away the worms which prey
upon the potato when it nears maturity.
Strong barn-yard manure, when placed
in the hill, in a little apt to give a rank
taste to the potato. Of the different
varieties few are better than the Early
Rose. The Early Vermont is clairmed
to be about ton days earlier than the
rose, but whoi upon the table it is a
iaatter of doubt whether any one can
tell the fillerence. The Olio ranks
among the early varieties, and has been
tested with the Early Rose aud Ver
mont; and of those who have tried them
all, if the question were put to the vote,
the much-lauded Ohio would not have a
greater number of friends than the oth
er two varieties, but the price at which
the several seceds are hold over mere
common sorts will proviiut thom for a
year or two from coming into general
culture. The amateur fa'i:er, who has
money to speiid, we recommoud to try
all HOw varieties of ev.y kind of vogo
table and Iruit. The average cultivaLor,
who laris for a living, can wait the do
cision of the amateurs, and iii this man
nor he will hiLd himself greatly indebt.
ed to the "gtntlomtan farmer," of whom
he somotimes speaks with contimpt.
GOAT DAIRIE.-A Gouat Society is in
existeuce in Englind, not a society of
goats, of courso, but. of gentlemen in
terested in these animals, on account of
the uutritious aid curative properties
of goats' milk. Tile secretary of the
wecloty says that twelve years ago few
g ats could be fount which would give
1Aoro thau a quart a day;but now,owing
to the care which has been expewlet
upon their breetinag, spec'imtens are pro
dineed which 1will yiehlt three or even
four times that. quantity. Some ai
mais coniiiiiwd prices ranging between
live andt ten pounds, atid when once ae
quired are found so valuable that they
are not readily parted with. The see
rotary asserts-alter many years' expo
rience-that goats im that country do
best "-hen housed both day ani ni ight
during the autuni and wter easons.
The quahty of the muilk is in no way af
fected by such contiCuent; and it pro
perly teided, the stall-fed animal will
yield a fur bettor retura than oue not
having tho bentdits of sheltor and
Tau Canadian HIOriceuttaist te,!ls
how to botine eclei):' -To blanich ea
idy aLid rai)idly go on ymr knees as raid
the row; take a pheot in une iand,xhake
it an.d stinuez~o it close I o get out, t heo
(iarth hoam conmre, bobl ing it in one
hand, wita thbe other dOvW the earth ill
4' to the plant on that side; take the plant,
in the other hand and' draw the carthi t~n
other side, alter which let go of the
plant and draw the earth tromI both
sides, p)ressiug it against the plant.
After your row is gone over antd blanch
ed1 finish up with a hoe. Two blanchings
are enough. A sprinkling of salt along
thei row has been found tto bo of advan
tage at the time of blanching.''
AN English gartdener, Mr. Bai'nes, of
Devonshire, in giving an opinion of the
importance of hoeing, said ho dhd not
agree with those wh'lo say that one goodl
weetding is worth two hoeings. I say,
never weed ainy crop) in wh.'ichl a hoo~ can
be got between the plants, not so much
for the sako of destroying the wo'udls
and v'ermin, which must necessarily be
the the case if the hoeing be done well,
as for increasing the porosity of the
soil to allow the water antd ait' to penoc
trate fr< ely through it." Hie adtis; "'I
ant well convinced, by long and close
piractiee, that oftentimes there is more
betneit, derived by crops from keeping
them well hoed than there is from the
manure aipplied. Weeds or no wee,1
still keep stirring the soil, well knowing
from practice the very beneficial effects
iN potting strawborry plants use small
flower pots about two or three inches in
diameter, filled with ihue heavy soil.
Bink them to thie rim diareetly tinder a
runner just furmmig a young plant, and
p lace a sniall stone on the runner to
keep it in place. In a few weeks the
r'oots will be formed andh the pot may
A VinCINIA sheep-breotder, who pre
fers 8hropshiro Downs, had 90) lambs
from sixt3-on-e enc<, anid the previous
year he had4( 121 lambs from 80) ewes,
raising l114 of thei lambs. The secret of
his success is tha- he never allows a ewo
to breed before she is '2 years old,andl li
disposes of her when she reaches the
age of (6 yeatrd.
THEur Tiothiamsteadi txper iments ti..
monstrate that while a commnei'cial fer
tilizer may lie so comnpoundetd as to be
even better iln its effect upon the wheat
crop than the manure of the barnyard,
yet it must be 801(t ai; a much lower
price than is nowv asked for any such
fertilizer bef ore the farmer can afford to
buit. Tis, however, alludes to En
. Iis sidt that weeds iiay 1b0 destroy
ed for years by copious watoring wvith a
solution of lime anti sulphur in boiling
hot water. This, if effetual, ill be
hlighhly important to such as have
garden gravel walks, pavements, etc.,
through whioh grass and weeds grow
M~OST failures to grow celery origi
nate in not having the soil rich enough.
The manuro intended for this ciopi
should, if possible, be appiied the pre
vious fall, so that it may become thor
oughly incorporated with thle soil. This
will help keep the soil mioist during
To KII,n, the jaria of the poach borer
and prevent egg-laying, apply to the
base of the trunk-i the following coim
pound; To ton gallons of soft soap~
add as much hot water; then stir in a
half pint of crude carbolic acidt and let
it a atud over ight;next add three times
its bulk of water, and it is ready for
A GAnVESTON groom pulled his ilf's
ear on account of her weakness for
CRooU,- Twilled crocus paper, sold
in sheets at exceedingly low price, is I
useful household article. Let us sup
pose a young and even an old house
keeper has allowed her steel grate oi
fender to remain all summer unprotect.
ed by lard from the results of disuse.
The fireplace will present an. unsightly
front and discourage the hardest-rub,
bing servant in her outlay of elbow
grease, The crocus sheet comes it
here, It is out in narrow strips, taker
in both hands and pulled from side tc
side over the discolored parts; Brasa
and irons may be polished in th(
same way. Croouwanay be obtained al
any hardware store. Unlike its name
sake, this crocus is better adapted to
fall use than an a springtime com.
A Lucky Fisherman.
In the vast amount of business transac.
ted at the Baltimore, id., l'ostofflce, Mr.
M. V. Bailey, Superintendent of the blails,
is kept exceedingly busy, but somehow he
finds a spare hour or day to go fishing, and
fron his experience he gives his testimony,
that St. Jacob's Oil Is the best remedy In
the world for rheumatism, sprains, sorc
feet and joints, bruises, etc. It is the re
medy for fishermen and gunners, whc
should always keep a bottle on hand.
YouNo people who like to experimen
with pop corn can try the following re
ceipt for crystallizing it : Put into at
iron kettle one tablespoonful of butter,
three tablespoonfuls of water, and one
oup of white sugar; boil until ready to
candy, then throw in three quarts nicely
popped corn; stir vigorously until th<
sugar is evenly distributed over th<
corn; take the kettle from the fire and
stir until it cools a little, and in tihil
way you may have each kernel separ
ate and all coated with sugar. 01
course it must have your undivided at
tentton from the first, to prevent scorch.
ing. Almonds, Euglish walnuts, or in
fact any nuts are delicious prepared in
A Lucky Chance.
Of all men no doubt the mechanic and
laborer suffer more from disease than any
ot.her class-not always in the disease itself
but the circumstances surrounding tlieii
cases. Who can dopict a more horrifying
sceno t thathat of the prosperous mechanic
who, by some dreadfu idisease, Is reduced ir
luesh and strength, having no power of con.
trol, a helpless prey to some malady? Per
haps the family of the worthy mnan may b(
snilering for the necessaries of life, all be
cause "lather" Is unable to work.
WN, hy thon do not all mni grapple with th<
first sytnptomsof diseas (ot'whatever nam
or :naturo), and thereby prevent this sat
This isJust what Mr. HIRAM l3RANKLTN,o
N atigat uck Conn., did when ho began to fee
a heavy, dt ul pain in' the sinall of his back
w hich steadily grow worso until he had to d(
0nit of two things: either give up work o
d in, or look around for soue me'ans to curn
kidney disease, ami a lucky chance throv
iIt his way a safe and certain mnis of do
'Cie facts In Mr. F.'s case are these: ii,
business (niasotn and builder) requires bit
to be exposed in all sorts of weather. Ito
cently, from a s'vere cold he contracted i
diseasoof the kidneys, ant like many otheri
lec'gant uisiig everything at lan(l. Not find
ln g aney hetlp, ns a last retsort htebegan takinj
11 u Ltt'l lReted y. The first bottle giving do
(auled beneflit, he conutinued its use unatil h<i
htad useil three (3) bottles, when all troutble
dilwatjjtiredI. Mr. F.. is now attendinu tt
bus.iness, a well mtani, and~ recently rernarkee
to anu acqualfitance: "One trial convincee
ie, as it will you." We nleed scarcely ade
iilut's lletinedy is purely vegetable, ane
in, ets a wvant never before furnished to thos
sit lering from kidney and liver complaint
dropsy, etc., and the utmost reliance mnaa
bu placed in It.
A namtoloos apple p~uddinlg to b
served hot meismde thus : Peel ani
quarter enough apples to cover the
ibotttm of a deep tin plate; then make i
batter of sour milk, soda andi flour
wvith a teaspoonful of lard to enougi
ilouir to make a batter which will cove
the apples. This should not be thiekel
than for panoulakesa. Pour it over the
aipplos and bake till brown. Then
"wen dione, turn it on a large plt
with the crust down. Over the apples
scatter sugar and cinnamon, if yoa
like it rich, spread a thin layer of but
ter over thoe~apples before putting the
sugar and cinnamou on.
Whaeet s Mnioney
weiighecd agaiust that heaith it soe often fails t
huey ? D)re'se indeed. wile we can none of ui
clatiml a totai exemption from that greatest of al
muchi to lcesen thtoelhances of inenring it, an<
thisi not aline iby the adoptionc of such sanitar;
mee~esures as tare to he foundt In dafly exercise
regnlar hour,, truedonee in eating and drinkingj
citt a wholtesomel itleo but also by resorting to ja
iitotia prevenjive meilcattlon whett the system 'I
thtreaetened ty unhieaalthfetl littncces. F~or in
stancec, reslitentis or s'oournorRse inmataroius io
cautIles shlecti use ilo.tettsr's Semtach ittters as
a diefensoqe agailtest chills andi fever, anid person:
whinc miiluchb out-ef-door exposttrBesheoui lti
plor ii es ca snc reguard augainsit rhtenmp~tismi, Tray
eieta in tile I optesi tit it linvaiensblh also as e
mntts of hrresttag liver comnpltent and constips
eticn, andl uountercting the debiltag infutentc
of a toitel eiito.
11AM STMfAKs.--Cut somec slices o
raw ham andi put them into a fryini
pan with half a teacupful of water
Wi'hen the water has boiled away an<
the steaks (whbich should be turned
have become a light brown on boti
midos, (irodge them over with flour anr
pour over thenm the following sanoc
Take half a teaoupful of cream and hal
a teaoutpful of milk, putt them into
saucepan with a small piece of butter
a teaspgonful of mustard and a dash c
cayennue; let it just boil and poui
over the ham.
An olud phyicieean, retiredt from practice, havinq
hail piaced mn his hands by an Est Indha mnisseion
sty Ice formula of a slipie vegetable remiedy it
the spteely and peritnent cure or Conscumpcior
liroehiitis, Catarrh, Astltma and ail throat att
l.ng Ateet.one, also a potitive and radlical cur
fo~r Neruous Debility ald Sail Nervous Complaint,
after navin g tested its wonderful curat-ive poweri
lii thousacnds of causes, has colt It hi~s duty to maek
It kotwn to htis suffering fellows. Actuated bty thi
mlot lie and a desire to relieve human sufferIng.
will soend free of chtarge, to all who desire it, thi
riecip,' in Goeman, F1rench or English, wili fur
tiredtonsq for pt eparineg and usaing. Wient by ma
by allhlrcasing with stamp, natninx thIs paper, M
A. Nov Es, i49 i'oroer'u Jock, Roceter, A. k,
EVERsY one knows how diffletuit it i
to induce a patient to take eod live
oil, and how the taste Is abhorred b~
most people. A perfectly simple wa
to prepare it is to drop the desire
dose into a little glass of cold water
the oil will form a globule that is easil
swalliowed. 'lake a swallow of coli
water ; then drink rapidiy from th
glass, keep the mouth closed tightly fe
a mmiuto, and when you open It ye
wvill be Surprised to find that no ur
pleasant taste Is left in thre mouth.
Dr. Kline's Great, Norve Restorer is t
mnarvel of thle ago for all nerve diseases. A
hts steppd tree. Sendto91AhSre
PhmiladeiDnia, Pa. toelrc re
00nN OYS'EsRs, --Grate twelve ears C
sweet corn, add two well beaten eggs
a pinch of salt and two teaspoonfulsc
white sugar. Drop in hot lard and dr
brown. A tablespoonful of the mih
ture with equal an o,.te, in s.:
"HoT ! Why it's five degrees hot
ter here than at home I I thought this
was one of the coolest places in the
"My dear sir this is an off year, you
know I Every year but this we have had
to keep up fires in July, and we shall
probably have to next year again. It
isa sort of an extra season, you see,"
"But where are those cool breezes
you advertised ?"
. "Oh, they are over on the other side
of the lake to-day. You see, this is
only one side of the lake, and we can't
expect to monopolize all the breeze
there is. We must divide up and give
the other resorts some of it."
PUREST AND BEST OD-LIVER oIL, from selected
era, on the seashore, by Caswell, Hazard & Co.,
N Y Absolutel pure and sweet. l'atients who
have once taken It prefer it to all others. Physt
clans declare It superior to all other o"ils
OVAPPBD HANDS, face1 pimples and rough skin
cured by using Juniper 1ar moap, inado by Gas
well, Hasrd & o., Now York.
HE struck: "I should like to have
about fifty dollars this morning, gover
nor," said young Diamondstud to his
father after breakfast the other morn
ihg. "Well, [ shall iot give it to you,"
replied the usually indulgent parent,
who was a Wall street broker and there
fore got his money easily; "I am tired
giving you money. Why don't you
strike out for yourself and earn your
money as I have?" This was a new idea
to the young blood, so, acting upon
this suggestion he went out and struck
the first man he met for fifty dollars,
Is your hair failing out or your scalp dis
eased? Carbolino, a deodorized extract of
petroleum, as now improved and perfect
ed, is just the article you need. Buy a
bottle, and, like thousands who are using
it all over the land,you will value it as the
choicear. of all toilet preparations.
How "the shop" will obtrude itself
ocoasionally in an unconscious way I 1
was dinIng the other day, in company
with P-and E-, two well-known ar
tIsts, when from a discussion of cauli
flowers and "mountain oysters" a step
was taken In another direction.
- "Did you over eat ortlehokes in
Paris?" asked P- of E- .
A heavy wagon was going by on the
street just then, and E---could not
have laeard distinctly, as his reply was :
'-Oh, yes ! When I was in Paris I
used to read all the art jokes, but I am
out of the way of it now." And then
there was a shout.
The Frazer Axle Grease
fa the best in the market,. It is the most
economical and cheapest, one box lasting ai
long as two of any other. One groasing will
last two weeks. It rocolved first premium at
the Ountennial and Paris Expositions, also
inedals at variou Stato faire. Buy no other.
BEFORE marriage: "Excuse me,
George. Did my parasol hurt you ?"
"Oh no, my dear. It would be
a pleasure if it did."
After marriage : "Great heavens I
There was never a woman under the
sun that knew how to carry a parasol
without scratching a fellow's eyes out."
-"And there never was a man that
knew enough to walk on the right side
of a wvoman with a parasol."
"There isn't any right side to a wo
man wvith a parasol."
WValnut rear Enaar Itostorer.
3 It,is entilrtely d(lifrentl fromi all other.,. It is
as olear as water, and as Its narno iniihcates is
a p~oret Vgtable Hi air llestorer. It wvill imn
medniiately ftree tihe head fromn all dandruff, ro
store gray hair to its natural color, and pro
3 due a new growth where It has fallen off. It
does not in any mnanner affect the health,
which sulphur; sugar of lead and nitrate ot'
silver preparations have doneS. It will change
lighteor faded hanir in a fe w (lays toea beautifu!
glossy brown. Ask your druaggist for it. Each
iottleiinwarranatedJ. SaIn, KCLINE & Co
wholesale Agents, Pilladelphia, Pa. and
0 . N. CznrTENTON. New York.
OF course no man understands
wo"meni, but do0 the~y fiftCn uniderstanxd
themselves'? They wvere coming from
the play, and supper was suggested.
lie said :"Let us go to-'." s~he
a objected a "We never go there any
more." And the party went elsewhere.
What was the matter with 's ? It
was explained at last. "I saw two
> women coming out of there the other
evenme~ without escorts," And yet
often she had said wvomen did not hayc
all their rights.
IN a letter fromi loN. Mns. Ps'47. Castle Grey,
. Limnerlek, Ireland1( bpywN'U nnoWNOnAL TatOcu'itq
are thius reforredi 1o: "llavm broughntyonur 'Bron
- dual Trocheoa' with mec whnn camneto reside heure,
I 5)ound that after I had givena them awaiy to thaosp
I cen-.idered rcequired themaa the poor people wm,
walk f'ir muhq to get a few.' For Coughs. Colis
sani rhrat Diecases they have no equal. soid
LIauT weight : "How much do you
think I weigh ?" asked a young swell
who was visiting a blufi old dair'yman.
"Well," replied the milk handler, "I
couldn't exactly say ; but from the ex
perience I've had with calves 1 should
say that when you're weaned you might
weigh almost as much as a box of
cheese" The youth bellowed for his
ma and was led home by the hired
sas sr oiu~' trand1( avenue, hrodkclyn,
lare bt es ure hi d. savod his life; four
livrdeas wh isiyspeps,8 kidney and
iirhel iead . of hich si doctors land ha a led to
f ep mdo hc o expected to die soon.
A sPULENDID player : "Are you inter
ested m athlotto games, Miss .fitzjoy,"
inquired De Maurice as he contem
plated an invitation to a base ball
game. "Oh, dear yes ; I'm vory enithu
astic over base bail especially. Whlat a
Ssplendid player that gentleman-Mr.
Muff I believe they call him-is. Only
the other day I noticed ho scored seven
in the 'e' column."
tjLadies and chuiren 's boots and shoes
cannot run over if Lyon's Patent Heel
Stiffeuers are uased
THE ,newest thing in gloves : "My
r (daughter wanted me to get her a pair
, of muosquto gloves. I suppose she
, means that kind like mosquito netting,
j "Your daughter probably means 'mos
quotaire.'" "Shouldn't wonder If that
was it, only you get more of the French
Into it than I do."
rA TRUE bill : At mno.it restaurante
Lpatrons may expect to find on the bills
.of fare this notice :"Customers will
please report to the cashier any incivil
ity on the part of the waiters and it
will be promptly added to the bill.
'A pure strengthening tonic, free fronm whiskey
and alcohol, cures dyapepsia and similar diseases.
It has nover been equaijed. Brown's Iron Bitters.
A P3oI'XsIIONAn man : "Yes," said
f Miss Squigglehorn, "pa was a profes
y slonal man, as you have heard ; he used
-to draw very large houses." [N,.B "Pa",
was a building mmme.J1
A siaxmr ragged boy, with tears
coursing down his begrimed cheeks,
was brought in by a six-foot reserve
and deposited before a Philadelphia
naagistrate. In one hand he clutched
a bundle of advertising circulars. The
offloer explained that lie had arrested
him for soatterinA the circulars broad.
cast upon the sidewalk.
"Well, sir," said the magistrate put
ting on a severe look, "what have you
to say to this ?"
The culprit looked from the big re
serve to the stern magistrate and
sobbed : "He-he gimme fifty cents to
"A man on Arch street."
"Well, I'll have to fine you. Rave
you $10 about you ?"
At this question the ragged youngs
ter laughed outright through his tears,
the stern lines on his Honor's face re
laxed into a kindly smile, and amid the
laughter of the court, the boy was dis
missed, with a reprimand.
"Big Ingin M1e"
Is the language of vittorous health and selt-satis
faction, but when self-indulgence, exposure and
bad habits have deranged the deicato functions of
digestion, and the blood becomes impure, there is
but one certain way to avoid diaoase. Tlhat is to
purify the blood by "St. Bernard's Vegetable
Pills" which stimulate the liver, kidneys and skin,
promote digestion and restore sound, healthy no
tion to the conpested organs and dsurdoere(d func
tions. They are tho oldest known health restora
Uve In the world.
IrNxPENsIvn but ploasing lavender
water is made by mixing the following
ingredients together : Three ounces of
the essence of bergamot, six draohms of
the tincture of musk, one drachm of the
oil of cloves, four drachms of the Eng
lish oil of lavender, twelve ounces of
rose water and seven and one-half pints
of alcohol. Of course a smaller quant
ity can be made if desired, preserving
A VERY ornamental stand-cover or
small table-cover is made by cutting a
piece of felt the exact size and shape
of the table top. If the table has a
scalloped or pointed top, the cover
must have also. At each point or scal
lop put a piece of plush or velvet; a
square block is preferable to any other
form. i3hudstitch this to the felt, and
then around the edge put fancy silk
stitches, and add a tassel to each point.
Got it Sure.
Wells' "Rough on Rats" Almanac at druggists,
or mail for 2e. stamp. E. S. wells, Jersey City.
Tn best way of boiling meat to make
it tender is this: Put your joint in brisk
boiling water; after a few minutes add
a little cold water. The boiling water
will fix the albumen, which will pre
vent the water from Soaking into the
meat, keep all the juices in and pre
vent the muscular fibre from contract
ing. The addition of cold water will
secure the cooking of the inside of the
meat as well as the surface. Try it.
SHEBOToAN, Wts.-r. S. 11. Myers, says: "I
recomnend Brown's Iron fiitters for general de
bIlity, loss of appetite and want of strength."
STEEn knives which are not in daily
use may be kept frotm rusting if they
are dipped in a strong solution of soda
-one part of water to four of soda ;
thien wipe dry, roil in flinnol, and keep
m11a dry place.
Why don't you use St Patrick's Salve? Try
it. Uuso it. 25c at all druggists.
A ConfFORTABLE-looking wrap to lay
on a couch or a sofa or for use in the
carriage on autumn days is knit in
stripes of nine inches wide, of blue auid
wine colored worated.
The Dulls are warranted to be PURELY vege
tab~le, free fro n all mineral and Other polsonoum
*substances. '1hey are a ertaIn curo for Consti
callon, sick Heradache, DyapLopsia Bihoneness
r in frm , as of Appetite, anE all diasha
Liver, Stomach, Bowels or
They remove all obsatructions from the channels
of the system and purify the blood, thereby Im
parting health, strength and vigor. sold by drug.
jista. or ant hy mianI for 95 ,.2t Iin 5tampe, by
P. NEUSTAEDTER & Co.,
83 Mercor St., New York,
e a nt actu rers of ST. lHERNAR D vEGES
LUNU AND BIRONCIAL DISEASE,
UALE'N HONEY OF' HOREHOUD AND TAR
CHANCING THE BALANCE
To the Health Side of the Account,
Before pharmnacetical~ research had developed
the great PULMAONIO ab~ovo named, the cough
mixtures of the day presented no adequate pro
tection against the speesliy development of fatal
forms of lung disease. Tio paillate wan all that
they could dto in a majority of cssen. Bumt ince
MALE'S HONEY oF~ HOltE~oUND AND TAR
was introduced, persons suffering from severe
COUGHIS and COLDS, from AsTHUMA, sore
THRIOAT, INFLUENZA, etc., have been enabled
to avail themselves, at trifling cost, of an article
which agfords them a reliable means of cure and a
genuine dlefense. There are dangerous fmtia..
tions. Ask for UALE'S by Its full name and take
JPIke'8 ToothacheO Drops Otare in one Mtiue.
jte n of oa9t8g r iIWKin one taSi. .
stons, St. Vitus Dance, Alcoholism,
Opium Eating, Semninal Weakness, Yin
p~otenoy, Syphilis, Scrofula, and all
Nervous and Blood DIseasos.
SW'To Clergymen, Lawyers, Literary Men,
hierchants, Bankers, Ladies and all whose
sedentary omploymnent causes Nervous Pros
tration, Irregularities of the blood stomach,
bovels or kidneys, or who require a nervg
tonic, appet lzer or stimulcpBanaritan Nr
vine is invaluable.
pr Thou ieREAT
aut that ever sustair. B UIIIE'
ea sinking system. H lmE~~
$1.50, atlDruggists. __________
TheDR. S. A. RICH MOND ~~~mmtk
ME DICA L 00,St ro N UR~
prietora, St. Jeseph, Mo.
For testimonial. and circulars send stamp.
Chas. N. Crittenton, Agent, Nw York. (8)
por vn. KnUsu4A s at. St Louis 50.
Camphor ilik 1, te beet tnent. Prie Sognts
The power of sea wave' In breaking
up heavy masses of masonry has been
remarkably attested in the case of the
breakwater at Wick, on the coast of
England. The height of the waves at
this place was several times measured
or estimated, the result being about
forty-two feet from crest to hollow, and
stones of eight and ten tons of weight
werr by such waves carried from the
parapet to the top of the breakwater.
This led to the cons traction of the out
ward extremity of the breakwater by
depositing three courses of one-hundred
ton blocks of stoue on the rubble base
as a foundation for three courses of
large flat stones, surmounted by a mon
olith of cemented rubble built on the
spot; the end of the breakwater was
thus, In substance, a monolith weighing
upward of eight hundred tons, being
about twenty-six by forty-five feet and
eleven feet in thickness, ceimented to
the rubble mass below, But even this
huge monolithic structure succumbed
to the force of the waves, being slewed
around by successive strokes, until it
was finally removed and deposited--a
body of nearly fourteen hundred tons
Insido of the pier, without breaking.
Two-Thirds of a nottle Onres.
Dr. R. V. Pinoen, Buffalo, N. Y.: Dear
Sh-I have been taking your "Favorite
PrescrIption" for "fbanale weakness." Be
fore I had taken it two days I began to feel
stronger. I have taken but two-thirds of a
bottle and believe I am cured.
MnS. H. 0. LOVE +, Watseka, Ill.
A Western exchange gives an inter
eating account of the method recently
adopted by Mr. J. Townsend, of Vir
ginia City to run a number of arastras
by sand. The arastras are placed in a
light sandy field where only suffloient
water for drinking purposo and to
moisten the ore to be operated upon
can be obtained, The sand drives a
large overshot wheel, taking the place
of water. It was at first Mr. Townsend's
intention to run the arastras by moans
of a large windmill, bnt as the speed
was naturally irregular he adopted the
present method. The windmill now
runs a belt gontaning a number of
buckets, and these carry sand up to a
large tank somewhat in the way that
grain elevators carry wheat. A stream
of sand being lot out upon the overshot
wheel causes it to revolve, just as it
would under the weight of a stream of
water, and thus far the method is said to
have been found very successful. When
there is a considerable wind, sand is
stored up for use when calms prevail,
and in this manner the mills may run
Throat, Bronclital, and Lung Diseases
a slecialty. Send two stamps for large
treatiso giving self treatment. Address
WNOULD's DISPENSARY MEDICAL Asso
CIATION. Buffalo. N. Y.
.kEATIHER OAlm.-One cup of sugar,
piece of butter the size of an egg,
beaten to a cream, two eggs, nearly a
cup of sweet milk, two cups of flour,
with two teaspoons of Congress yeast
powder, well mixed and sifted ; neat
well and bako quickly.
Sick and bilIous headache, and all de
rangemnent~s of stomach and bowels, cured
by Dr. Pierce's "Pellets"-or anti-bIlious
granules. 25 cents a vial. No cheap boxes
to allowv waste of virtues. By drugglsts.
THE electrical current : The craze oU
electrical stutdy is beginning to beaI
fruit. "Are you the conductor ?" "]
am replied the courteous official, "and
my name is Wood." "Oh, that can'1
be," said the boy, "for Wood is an non
For nearly 84 years 1 have boon a victim
of Catarrh. I have tried many remedies,
receiving littie or no relief. I1 bought one
1:ottle of .Ely's Cream Balm and Cerlved
more real benefit from that than all the
re it added together. You can recommend
It as lbeing a safe and valuable medicine.
A. L FUI.LRR, Dlanby, N. Y.
As one having used Ely's Cream B~aln:
I would say it is worth Its weight ini gold
as a cure for Catarrh. One bottle cured
me. 8. A. LovEI.L, Franklin, Pa. (Sec
IN one chapter.-7Boy-mnelon-shad3
spot-seoluded nook-yum I yum I all
gone-boy sighs - colic comes - boy
howls - mother scares - father jaws -
doctor comes-coie goes-boy wei
wants smore-(notico of funeral hereaf.
3My daughter was troubled with Heart
Disease for 5 years, gIven up by physi
eins, had sinkIng spells, great swelling
ovue her heart extending to left arm, and
severe spells of neuralgia extendIng over
entire body, doctors could not heip her.
Dr. Graves' Heart .Regulator cured hem
withun three mios.,-Jae. Tilton, Concord,
N. LI. $1. per bottle at druggists.
Cons bread witout yeast or soada is
sometimes desired as an article of food;
sift three quarts of meal, add a table.
slpconful of salt, and mix with just
enough water to make a thin bratb
Cover this with a cloth and let it .nd
until it begins to rise, and little 'iub
bles make their appearance on tie top,
Then pour it into a wvel-buttered tin
and bake slowly in a moderate oven.
Malaria, chills, positively curedl by
Emory's Standard Cure Pills. '1 heir equal
unknown: sugar coated; no griping, 25c.
THE salt wll curdle new milk; hence
in prep~aring milk porridge, gravies,
etc., the salt should not be added un
til the dish is prepared.
"Btrowna's I ron liiitlmrs aura very imoanhar ini ina ,e
tIon anul givyc enlire saisfaction."
IF small pieces of linen that arc now
used lor the baby's bath towels or wash
clothes in"e fringed around t~he edge
they will ass through the weekiy
wash in suafef~y, but If left in irregulir
shiape they will very likely be left on the
grads to miilelow or b-. tucked in the rag
Moth~er .Swan'A Worani Syrup.
Inaiblle, tasateless, harmiess, cathartic; for fe
verislaness, restlessn~aess, wormsa, constipation. 25a'.
TEurESTOs: "Winid I" exclaimed
Mrs. Ramsbotham, who wats giving her
account cf the gale toau days ago on the
southeast coast,; "wind I why, my
deat, It blew a p 'riect harico."
Nervous wVeak ness, I yspepsa, Iam potonce, 8exual
Debailty, curedt y "Wiaiels atri enewer." $i.
"Goon morning, Mr. Smith ; how are
you ?" "'Nod ad all well, thug you.
I've a fearful code In by head.'' "It's a
strange thing about colds, Isn't It 2"
"Hlow do you bead ?" Why they al
ways settle In the weakest place."
--Mme. Patti, it Is said, gets $850 a
s~onl at the Bilrmingh~am cnerts
3b~C>FL M:AD Ir'a
Lumbago, Backache, Headacho, Toothache,
MoreTIs rot, e e N ,raiman Diralsep,
AND ALL oTIIEt BODILY PAINS AND AtlilS.
P64by DruggistesieD ealers er where. ity centa a bottlen
TilE CIAIILES A. VUOEI.Elt Co.
"If you are suffering from poor health
'or languishing on a bed of sickness, tako
Hop Bitters will cure you.
"If you are simply ailing if you feel
'weak and dispirited, witlout clearly
Hop Bitters will Revive you.
"if you tire a Minlster, and have over
'taxed yourself with your pastoral duties,
'or a Mo her, worn out with care anti work,
H)o) Bitters will Restore you. .
"If yt are a mian of busmness or laborer
wenkened by the strain of your every-day
duties, or a man of letters, toiling over
your lmidnight work,
Hop Bitters will Strengthen you.
"If you are suffering from over eating,
'or drinking, any indiscretto i or disalpa
' tion, or are young and growing too fast,
'as is often the case,
Hop Bitters will Relieve you.
"If you are m the workshop, on tho
farm, at the desk, anywhere, and feel
'that your system needs cleansing, toning,
'or stimulating, without lntoxicating,
Hop Bitters is what you need.
"It you are old, and your blood thin and
'impure, pulse feeble, your nerves un
'steady, and your faculties waning,
Hop Bitters will give you now Life
"H11oP BITTEnS Is an elegant, healthy,
'and refresh ng flavoring for sick room
'drinks, imptre water, etc., rendering
'them harimtess, and sweetening the
'mouth, and cleansing the stomach."
Cleanse, Purify and Enrich
the Blood with
And you will have no sickness or suffering or doo
tor's bills to pay.
is an Elegant, Pleasant, and Refreshing Flavoring
for Sick-room, Drinks, and Impure Water render
ing them harmiless, sweetening the mouth, and
clean ing the stomach.
S H A R P aatisin Neuralgia, Sciatica.
PSN Plourtsy Pains, stitch in the
Sde Backache, Swolln Jointh,
Hat Disease, fioro Altscles,
l'ain inthe Chest, and aii paihas and achecither local or
deep-sec~redi are inst antly roliloeed and speedily cured b~y
th medici al virtueu ofreshaflops Ouis Ialsam and
Extracts It, Is indeed the~ best pain-kilting, sthiauh-ting,
noothng and strengthening Porous Plaster evi,-mto
Ihop Plasters are sold by ciu druggists and country store.s.
26i cents or live for $1.00.
ladeid on receipt of
irice. flop P'lastc-er H O.,
ty~Coated tongue, badt breath, sour stomach and iivcr
disease cred by ialey's Stomvneh and Liver Pills, 9ets.
CAT R Hwhen applied bythe
?L ' finger naio the nosn
~j trds, will be absorb.
MBMY~ ed, effectually cleans
RC[R GOL ltrhal virus, cauisinig
healthy sortions, It
V Rfrprotects the memi
- AFVb~rane' orie neal
-assages fronm addh
tional cohis, co)m
pietely heals the sores
mnit re'tores tote
andi smell. A few
~ ~0 alic~ations relieve.
~ ~q. ,* A Lhorottgh freal
U.sA. tuent till Pouellvely
Rcure. Agreeable to
AY-FEVER th-. hentd'or cru
- ~ lar. P'rtco 50 cents
bymaih or at drugerista.
ELY Ilito TJ1J~tS, D)ruggists, Owego, N. Y.
Phionix Pectoral will cure your cough. Price 25 Cts.
Battle of I
600,000 Volumes, the choicest literal
free. Lowest prices ever known. NOT
BEFORE payment on evidence of good
18 Vesey Street, New York. P. 0. Box I
RllEUMATISM OURED, 80d01'ULA
RooHSsTa, N. Y,, Apr. 6th, '8.
RN~ps-I haebe great sguf. RheWm5 eB rnuJ
ferer from Rtheumnatism for six I had been doce
years, and htearinig of the success or four years, wit
of Rtheumatic syrup I conciuded slolans, for scroft
to givei it a trial in my own case, ed it, but found n,
anti I cheerfully say that I have commenced taid
been greatly benefltted by its use. After takmni ita
I cahn w'.lk with entire freedlon my surpria it be
from pain, and my general health Continuing Its usa
is 'ery mmhtch implroivedi. It ia a I fond myself al
erleadid remedy for the blood As a biooe purlile
and debilitated system, no equil.
Manuf'd by R HEUMA TIC SY RUP 00.
Heoalthy People s
At the suifferings of dysp)eptics, and sa
imaginary. T'his is not meant for e.
A pcrson wvho has a crooked foot, or
callIs forth sympathy by the exhibitk(
dly'spepties sufferer's stomach could be
his distress wvould be apparent.
The man with a troublesome ston
the man with a broken leg, but is far lI
Sympathy is good for sufferers, al
11/H/ers is better, for it strikes at the r<
pase. ,Disappointed dyspeptics, wear)
in seeking cure, wvill do well to make <
and report the result,.4That this well-ta
ishi the nnantity of hu.m .t s...en g is
.IST Or DISEASEN
ALWAYS OURABLE ,BY USING
OF 1UMAN FLESH. OF ANIMAS.
Burns and Scalds, Sores and Galls,
Stings and Bites, Spavin, Cracks,
Cuts and Bruises, Screw Worm, Grub,
Sprains & Stitches, Foot Itot, Hoof Al,
Conatracted Muscles Lameness,
StiffrJoints, Swinny, Founders,
Backache, Sgrans, Straius,
Eluptions, Sore Feet,
Frost Bites, stiffhess,
and all external diseases. andoveryhurtoraeident
ror pneral use in family, stabloand stock yard itis
TInE BEST OF ALL6
'I insano-Persons Restored
'I TSSTOPPL, RE8T0 0FR
SN E RVE RESTofRER
fral D AI N E DISEASES. ONOseuD'9
IS4PALLSDLit it taken as directed. Aflr. ite.tc
s se. Treatise and Ss tilal bottle tree to
tte f a xtn6wv he tess chars on box whe
e*7e'1cdndehd names, .. an exresisaddress 1
afflicted to DR.KLINEL isAvchSt.,PhiiadepI&,Pe.
Dwsggit. DEIVAREV IMITA rING AA VAXS
R. LINDBLOM A t.O. N. G. MILLIR A CO.
S & 7 mhamber of 66 Broadway
Commnerce. Ohicago. New toft.
ORAIN AND PROVISION BROKERS.
Members of all prominent Po oa Exchanges in
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We havo exclive piae grath re tween
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Sudguent when requested Hand for circulars con.
inDing Particulars. 11OBT. LIN DBLOM & 00..
Co r Guaranteed In all cases by Dr. J. B. Mayer.
Under his troatm nt ease i at once biined eud rr
sos canl attend to their business immediately a atr
tr~tit1iit. EvaniL1n'ttiOn free. Boisd statno for ro.
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COLORS IN OIL 5 CENTM PER TUBE.
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TISS' MATIII ALi Frines. Pictures, &a. at
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AALOGUE OF DEST 1100118 von AOJENT8
sent freo. including Mothier, Mae anTd
A-- leaven. 62.76. I'leasen everybody. 126,001ti
sold. sten1monthly. B.TnATPubUserNuwYork.
Me " n*te "Health Helper'*
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"EM- it . is lthe quickes pieasa test.
~~CLM RE~ eus a n o ea te d fo r n e
dess auiesBandt'ndy eoai urrativeoevap
livfh ter dsomrchn bldd re be
disnureredrfen ac.ut nr .hne
ferm of heatto disordrin a2n t 12 okril
BUY A FARM IN VIRGINIA!
Iteal Estate Agents. Gordonsville. Va. Lust free.
A ElNTS WANTED bor the ont and Fastest.
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01F 8ElIM-ADUSJE AND MERICUR~IALIZATION
should not healtate to consult J. N. and J1. ii. 110.
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phiri, eitheor by mail or by person, duirmg the hours
irom S A. M. to 2 P. M., and 6il to9P. Mi.
Advioc fre Vhsoover WOiJ know hi condi
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Sent on recint of B-cool ae amn.
55 to $20 ridm o.*N -auth r
$66 iee***M w " ow n ers &*boM
ure of the world. 100-Page ('atalogue
old by dealers.. Benut for exlnlination
fith. JOHN B. ALDiEN, Puibhlsher,
d Purifier Known!
CURED, NEURALG[A CURED,
Y, Feb. 20, '82. FAIRPORT, N. Y., March 12, ',
* R Jheumallo Syrup Co.
rnj rnthr ee OtNT's-Since November, 1882,
hay soerenaph- I have been a conlstanit sufoerer
lavreoeo al from neuralgia anti have not
hi ou Srime p ten pain until I Oolnnmie~
sgor ti epme h he use of lt)ieumnati Syrup. I
ff 10 felp We.s have felt no pain Sine lsaing thle.
a few weer fourth bottle. I think It tihe boat
r, welliak ever.f renmedy I have ever heard of for.
r, thukit aspurifying the bkool %nd for thle
AcRAG ure f rhienmaitism ant eu.
, I Plymouth Ave., Rochester, N. Y.
.y that their pains and distresses are
ruelty, but It is cruelty, all the same.
t wounded hand, or a sightless eye,
in of the defective member. If t,.
i placed on exhibition, the cause ot
iach often 'suffers quite as nmuch as
ass likely to receive sympathy.
3 far as it goes. But B/rown's Iron
)Ot of these troubles, and cures dis
of having tried many;experiments
ne fir trial of Brown's Iron D3 ilers,
ried family medicine wvill thus dimin'.
an cntial~htakj f.c51