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How Myox ASHES TO THE AoRn.-The
quantity of ashes that may be used do
ponds mostly upon the depth and
breadth of the purse. One thousand
bushels to the acre would not hurt the
land, but one hundred would be an et
fective dressing, or, it no more than 20
or 80 can be used, the result will be
good so far. This will be in preI ortion
to the quantity used up to a certain
point. That is. one hundred bushels
might do five times as much good as
twenty bushels, but five hundred bush- r
els might not do five times as much good
as one hundred, at once, but it would,
in the end,be'cause potash is not washed
or leached out of the soil unless it is
very abundant, and its effects would re
main until all the potash would be ex.
hrousted. Unleached ashes contain ten
per cent. of potash on the average, t
Leached contain from one to two per I
cent. About one and one-half per I
cent. of phosphoric acid exists in wood
ARTieHOKEs have been gcown for
swine s.veral years at the Michigan
Agricultural Oillege. The methou of
management has been to have a small <
patch of artichokes cohvenient to the <
swine pens, upon which the breeding I
sows were turned early in the spring, i
and allowed to harvest the roots tor I
themselves. The crop is thus grown ]
with very little labor, smoo it requires i
no harvesting, the roots remaining in E
the ground all winter, and it furnihes
succulent food for the sows just when E
it Is most needed and most difficult to
obt .In from other sources. Professor
Johnson, Farm Superintendent, is so
well pleased with the results of this man
agement that he is enlargiug the arti
IT is safe to say that the market gar.
deners near our large cities realize gre
tar profits from lettuce than from any
other vegetable. It is a very hardy
plant, and when well under way with
stands not only quite a low degree of
cold, but also the beat. If the plants
are partially protected by being set out
on the sunny side of ridges, tuey pro
gress much more rapidly in growtn than
when not so carefully managed, and the
quicker they can be grown the better
the quality. If the piants are set out
in rows wide enough to admit the free
use of the hoe, and well manured, they
will become solid, but when sown broad
cast on rich beds they also furnish a
large quantities of tender leaves.
Sim that the bee-hives are clean, dry t
and tight, and that everything possible E
is done to make the bees winter success- I
fully. Have plenty of food accessible I
to the bees. A dry, dark, frost-proof t
oellar or room,of a temperature between 1
85 and 45 dega. F., will form the best C
winter quarters for bees, and if such a I
place can be scoured, the nearer it
comes to the Btandard the better, If
left out of doors a box roughly made z
should surround the hive. leaving on all 1
sides a space of a foot to be packed <
with chaff or dry straw; a wooden tube
may lead from the eutrance of the hive ,
to the outside of the box.
ACOMPARISON between Engiish and
American rgricultural statistics may not
be uninteresting: England has this
year under wheat 2,000,000 acres, Amer
ica has over 89,000,000; 2,966,000 acres
unde r oats, against about 80,900.000 in ~
America; 2,800 000 under barley, which
is about the acreage in this country.
America has 64,000,000 acres under
corn. England, of course, does not
grow corn. Great Britain has but about
6,000,000 head of cattle, against 30,
000,000 in America;it has about 25,000,
000 sheep and lambs against about 50,
000,000 in America.
UAN~ any one estimate the loss ann
ally entailed upon the dairymen of the
country by keeping poor cows on scant
pasture, stinted in water, or compelled
to drink from stagnaut pools, boruded
tw an 'from the mnilkujg yard, milked
by brutal and rough hired men, tne
milk manipulated in a room unsuited
for the purpose by. women or girls
without the slightest idea of the art of
butter-making, and packed and sent to
market in an almost unmat ketable style?
This is something that the most compe
tent expert cannot detail in dollars and
COLD weather is approaching; tighten
up the poultry houses so that the lowis
will be as comfortable as possible dur
ing the winter. Lay in a good store of
ot oys.ter shells or burnt bone or bone
dust, so that the hens may have some
good shell-producing food. Give the
house a thorough waite-washing. See
that the perches1 are strong and firmly
held up. .lFix the nests; put in clean
straw, and dust a lhttle sulphur in
THEs New York Jfer-ald say.: "The
feet and legs of horses require more
care than the rest of the body. They
must not be allowed to stand in
filth and moisture, and in groom
ing a horse the feet and legs must be
as thoroughly brushed and cicaned as a
.In THohw England P'armer advises
tnat at is a mistaxe to plant buggy peas
- -that is, peas which nave bee~n eaten
by the pea weevil, alhough the state
rnent is often made that they will grow
just as well, it isi best to feed out, the
uld stock and buy new and clean stock
for spring planting.
DiG up the bulbs of gladioli, tuberos
os, iahas, etc., and store away-a~ cool
dry room for the first: a warm place for
the second, and a dry, frost-proof cellar
for tte last.
R~kxa up the leaves and put them on
the strawberry bed. Do not let them
blow around the place, but use them in
the hot beds,for banking up i-round the
cellar walls or for beddiag.
MAKE cuttings of grape vines, and
either plant mn open ground in rich mel
low soil, six inches apart and cover with
leaves or some other protection or bury
them in a dry place and then pis i, in
POTATOER AND APPLEs, -Dry sand
poured Into the filled barrels of apples
and potatoes after storing in the cellar
has been found to be a decided improve
ment on all other plans for keeping
them, they remaining till late spring as
"crisp and apparently as fresh as when
A nRaian in Herkimer county, N. Y.
raise. is best jpotatoes on a soil con
sisting entirely of pure sand. He en
riches with plenty of barayard manure
and plant. six or eight inches deep. His
arops are sure and .roollant
SAucus. -People are inclined to good
Iving, or rather to having well-cooked
neats, and that is a mater nowadays
o wh'ch many house-wives are giving
heir attention, A little time each day
s easily spared for that purpose, and
he results are so palpable that there
ian be no regrot for the tine spent in
>erfecting matters for dainty living,
lbe women of the present, in studying
his, will learn that brain and brawn are
;reatly intluenced by delicate fare, and
he careful preparation of every meal.
he making of sauces should meet with
areful study. There are many sauccs,
,nd a meat for every sauce, A sauce
rill improve the plainest dish, and the
most elaborate will be made more
halatable. It is a study, indeed, to
earn how each sauce should be pro
ared, and what to serve it with, and
he cook is a rara avis who does it per
ectly. The French are perfect in mak
ng sauces, and it would be well, If in
lined to learn the art, to win the good
rill of some French cook. -ite French
rhite sauces are made with strong
vbite stock, well clarified, and always
n hand and ready as a basis for any
keeded sauce. The sauces of the every
lay kitchen are usua'ly a pasty mass
f flour and water, with flour uncooked,
umpy and unpalatable, usually desig
tated as drawn butter sauce, with a
lavoring of anchovy, parsley, caper or
Ackle. In makig a drawn butter
auce it is very Important that the flour
hould be well cooked, fully fifteen
ainutes, with constant stirring, and
trained before serving.
SNOW PUDDING,-Take a little more
han the third of a package of Coxe's
,elatine ; pour a pint of cold water over
t, and let it stand ten minutes; add the
uice of one lemon and one cup of white
ugar (sweeten and flavor to taste):
tdd a pint of boiling water ; stir and
eat till worked up to a light froth,
idding to it the well-beaten white of
be eJgs that are used for the soft cus
ard. Do not commence to beat the
relatine till nearly cold; when well
rothed up, put it into a mold in a cold
>lace, Have a nice soft custard to
>our round it when taken from the
nold. It is very nice, and a pretty doe
A FAVOnrrE way to cook potatoes now
a to boil them in their jackets until
hey are tender and then dry them off
n a hot oven. Sweet potatoes are ex
ellent also cooked in this way. Of
ourse care must be taken to remove
he potatoes from the boiling water as
oon as they are tender. There is no
regetable that gains more by being pre
oared with due attention than the po
ato, and the difference between a soggy,
rater-soaked one and one that Is prop
rly cooked is greater than many wo
aen seem to know.
CREAM OAXE.-One pint of sweet
ailk, two tablespoons of corn starch
oeaten with a little of the milk, let it
ome to a boil, stir in slowly two well
eaten egg i and a teacup of sugar,
rhen nearly done add half a cup of
iutter, remove and flavor with vanilla,
hen make the cake. Take three eggs,
>nc -cup of sugar, one and one-half cups
f flour, one toaspoon of baking pow
ler, two tablespoons of milk or cream,
dd a pinch of salt ; bake in two deep
elly tins ; split the cakes with a carving
:nife and spread the above cream be
To CLEAN SMOKY wALLs.-Brush them
>ver with a broo n1, then wash them
iver with a strong pearlash water and
mmediately rinse them with a clean
vatergbefore the pearlash is dry. When
try, give the walls a thin coat of freshly
lacked lime, containing a liberal por
ion of alum dissolved in hot water,
inish with whiting and size. Be care
'ul not to apply the size-disiempor tI 1
he lime-washi is dry, as the latter wvill
lestroy the strength of the size if the
,wo come in contact while wet.
.L"nUIT OAK.-43our dried apples, mo
asses, sugar, butter, sour milk, soda
md flour, cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg.
ioak over night one cup (if dried sour
apples, chop fine and simmer two hours
n a cup of molasses. Mix together one
3up of sugar and one-third cup of but.
her, half a cup of sour milk with a tea
spounful of aodi, in it. one egg, two
t~easpoonfuls of cinnamon, ground cloves
a.nd a little nutmeg ; two cups of flour.
Do not add the apples and molasses till
the last thing.
OnANGE JErLY.--One box of Ooxe's
gelat'ne soaked one hour in one pint of
topia water, slice into two pounds of
white sugar two oranges and two lem
ons, lot this stand also; then add
three pints of boiling water ; mix all
thoroughly, strain all through a jelly
bag, pour into moulds and set away to
cool. Excellent in sickness. Onie-half
the recipe makes a sufficient quantity
at a time.
is THE lNsIPIDITY OF BOILED WATZn.--It
soften necessary to boil impure water
in order to make it fit for drinking;
when this Is done it should subsequent.
ly be cooled, and then before drinking
poured rapidly several times in succes
sion from one pitcher to another both
being held far apart, in order to en
tangle as much air as possible with the
water ; this will restore its refreshing
cguality to a degree.
A GOOD way to extract the juice of
beef for an invalid is to broil the beef
on a gridiron for a few minutes and
then squeeze the juice from it with a
lemon squeezer ; put a little salt with
it. This may be given as the sick one
prefers, ecld or hot, or it may be frozen
andl given in small lumps.
TAPIOCA PT-DDING. ----Three-fourths
of a cup of tapioca, three pints of milk.
Boil the,~ tapioca with a pqrtion of the
milk -.nd the yolks of four eggs, until
soft ; pour into a pan and add the
whites of three eggs, with the rest of
the milk, and two tableapoonfuls of
IF the carpet in ai bod-room or com
mon sitting-room looks (lusty after it
has been the roughly s~wept, you can
brighten it a grod deal by takinga
damp mop and dusting with it ; a ilan~
nel mop is best for this purposeo.
MUen made in this way is excellent:
Boll a quart o' water, Stir a pint of
cold milk with one pint of corn meal
and one tablespooniul of salt. Pour
this into the boiling water gradually
and let it all boil for half an hour,
Watch it carefully to prevent burning.
-The world constimes 2,000,000 tons
of toacco a year.
Oun excellent police: -
Towards 1 o'clook in the morning
two rogues are quarreling in a savage
A passer-by, moved by the terrible
oies of one of them. acousts a police.
man and asks him why he does not
separate the two men.
"Monsieur." replies the guardian of
peace and order, "If I should interfere
they would both turn against me ?"
Trho Daily Anzeiger says: "Chief Super
intendent of Police, J. W. Schmitt,of this
city, who has been In the service a quarter
of a century, endorses St. Jacob's Oil a, a
pain-banisher. It cured him of rheuma
NOT within his recollection: "Ha,
ha I Our militiamen were a little too
much for you Americans, were they
not ?" said an English fop to an Amer
loan while discussIng the rifle match
at Wimbledon, "We beat you last
year and this year and I guess we can
beat you every year." "Yes, you did
beat us squarely this year," replied the
American : "but there was one year
your militiamen were not too muon for
us, and that was the year 1782. Your
forefathers probably had some knowl
edge of it," And then Mr. Britisher
went home to consult his history.
O ' I Ii L>tVl -Messm5. Jo-i nSOL,
Hoio01way & %o., wholesale (iruggists o1
Pbiadelpiii, Pa., report that some time
ago a entleman handed them a dollar,
with a rt quest. to send a good catarrh cure
to two army oilleers in Arizona. Recent
ly the same gentleman told them that both
of the <.flieers and the wife of a well
known U. S. &. General had been cured
of catrrh by the two bottles of Ely's Cream
Balm, (Not a liquid or snuff. Price 50
SAY YOU, lIve you got any buff trim
ming to go with this stuff 2 asked a
flashily dressed woman of a storekeeper.
-I think so, miss," answered the
urbanee salesman taking down a piece
of goods and spreading it on the count
"Euff! do you call that buff?" ex
claimed the woman, "guess you don't
know your business, young man. That's
dark for a buff,"
"But miss that is-"
"It's too dark ; I can't see it, stupid."
"Why of course it's dark, my dear
young lady," persisted the man, "It's
blind man's buff, the new shade you
-te sold the goods.
Carboline the deodorized petroleum hair
renewer and restorer, as improved and
perfected, challenges the world and stands
without a rival among the hair dressings,
and is a universal favorite with the ladies.
FInsr party-"When does a man be
come a seamstress?"
Second party-"Wheu lie hems and
First party- "No"
Second party- %When he threads his
Second party-"Whon he rips andl
Second party--" Give it up."
.Lirst party-"liever if he can help
Mr. J1. Enger, Importer, :M Clif St., N. Y.
tells all hiii s ck friends if they taike thret
bottles of Dr. Ehinore's Rt.-GA. and It falls tc
curo thiem, he willl pay for it, because three
bottles cured his wife and other frienas.
AMUsINo and cheap:
"Why do you always invite Pitanch
ard to your house ?"
"He is an old friendl."
"That's no reason. He is horrible
ugly and lie gives me the nightmare,"
"Yes, but lie amuses the children a<
much, and it's much cheaper than r
magic lantern I"
Dr. Kline's (ureat Nerve Hertorer is tin
marvel of the age for alt nerve diseases. Al
uts so dtree. Send to 981 Arch Street
A N old acquaintance :
"I say, X, lend me $6."
"What, you refuse this favor to your
second self ?"
"Yes ; I know myself too well.''
Ladies and cirren's boots and shoe
cannot run over if Lyon's Patent Hiee
Stiffenere are used.
"YEs," said Mr. Tough, who isn'
much of a society man, "I1 do pit:
these poor waiters who have to wea:
dress suite all the time."
Chrohithion collars and cuffs are cheapes
in the long run. They wear longer' thai
any other, and you save cost of washing.
A LADY's boudoir is a powder maga
zines, preparatory to an expedition int<
the vory heart of the enemy, she has ai
little brush and then raises her colors,
Emory's Little Cathartic Pill--besi
made for Liver Complaint andl Biliousness.
Tasteless, harmless, infallible. 15c.
"TUE dynamite party I" exclaimoc:
Mrs. Shoddy, who was reading over the
papers. "Dear me, Augustus, we'l
have to give one right away, beford
those Smiths hoar of it. I wonder wha
Mr. 11I. f,. SoruI~m, princpal of the iligi
School at Porino~nock, Conn., says in relatioc
tea matter whicuh hasgivon him much anxo.
ty and palu " My wife, and I have hot h iuscd
Hunt's icemedy, andl find It really a sup~eriom
article. A year or so ago my kidlneys became
weak and sluggish, owing toa sove atraIn,
and lfiding relict in lHunt's Remedy I con.
tinued Its use0 nutIl [ had utsed four bottles,
when I becamen well. Since my cureo lhav
suggested its use to a great num ber of p~eol lo
who I know hiavolbeen honolited by uisiig It.'
-And to substantiate this statement, Mr. Hf.
8. Clark, a sistant auperintendenoit of the
111gh School, says: "I can certify to tli'
value of Hunt's Remedy, havinig received1
great bonellt from Its use. My troubles com
mnced twelve years ago, when my kidneys
became afille'ted with inflamnmat ion of th
passages, hut the tImely utse of eo valunblea
medIcine arrcstedi the dilsease. I can now
cheer fully recommend It to all sulfering as I
was." May 31, 1883.
UTICA, June 9, 1883.
FRANK W. HIOFFMAN,clerkofjlie Amern
can D~istiict Tolegraph Co., ays: "Hlavint
had occasion to iuse a medIcIne for kidne3
troubleowith alamoeback, I was recomnmended~
by 011e of our ica dIruggiata to use Ilunt'.
Rteinedy, a lie had sold a good deal of it tc
imany of our leading famnilicas hero with greatl
success for kliney, liver and urInary trou.
heo. I purchased some, [and( have onily used8
three bottles,. It has cured me, and I can trul1
recommend H lunt's Remedy to any one ix
nedof,,the best medeine for these com.
Walnut Leaf Bair Restorer.
It is entirely different from all others. Itis
as clear as water, and as its name indicates is
a perfect Vegetable Hair Restorer. Itwillim
mediately free the head from all dandruffre.
store gray hair to its natural color and pro
duce a new growth where it has fIen off. It
does not in any manner affect the health
which sulphur, sugar of lead and nitrate 01
silver preparations have done. Itwilichange
light or faded hair in a few days to a beautiful
glossy brown. Ask yourdruggistfor it. Each
bottleis warranted. SMITH, KLINE & Co
Wholesale Agents, Philadelphia, Pa. and
C. N. C(ITTENTON New York.
Bakers hava been suspected of using
sulphate of copper to whiten Wneir bread
Mong. Galippe, howeverpointe out that
the detection of copper in bread is no
proof that it was improperly introduced
since copper exists normally in all plants
and particularly in wheat.
Horrid pains in Heart Disease. Use Dr.
(raves! Heart Regulator and get relief.
Price $1. druggists.
A good invisible or sympathetio Ink
may be made of chloride of cobalt. On
exposure to the heat the letters appear
of a greenish coler.
CLUT8VILLE, ALA. - Dr. W. Carter, says: "I
have used Brown's iron Bitters in my own family
for indigestion with great benefit."
A good metallic paint mixed in pure
linseed-oil will protect a wall from
dampness as well as any paint can do
RUsnaoins, O.-Dr. A. Page, says: "I hav ,....
cribed Brown's Iron Bitters in several instances,
and in each case obtained good results."
Copper loses strength rapidly with
heat; from zero to 212 it loses about five
per cent., while at 550 degrees it loses
twenty-five per cent.
The pills are warranted to be PURELY vegs.
table, free from all mineral and other poisonous
substances. They are a certain cure for Consti.
ption, Sick Headache, Dyspepsia Biliousness,
rpidLiver, os of Appetite. ana all diseases
Liver, Stomach, Bowels or
They remove all obstructions from the channels
of the system and purify the blood, thereby Im.
parting health, strength and vigor. Sold by drug.
glita, or sent by mail for 25 cents In stamps by
P. NEUSTAE)TER & CO.,
83 Mercer St., New York,
Bole Manufacturers of ST. BERNARD VEGE
TAiIL1 11 l,1.8.
Send for eircular.
CATA R Ely's Cream balm
when appliled by the
LYS finger tut e ineos
trils. will be ubsorb
M8ed, effect ually cleans
?!/ \D q ing the head of ca
R 1 0 in tai-rhal viruas, cau~sing
N . healthy sa'eretions. It
A allays Inflanmation,
in romis he mein
HAYFEVER w*'"or P) the
passages from addl.
Uonal old1s coM
pletely heals tihe sores
and restores haste
antd smelt. A few
$$ .applIcatIons relieve.
- A (horough. gra
cure. Agreeable to
AY-FEVER --se end'or *len
by mil o at rngists. lar. l'rlce 50 centi:
EL.Y iniown iatI Druggtsta. Owogn.. N. V.
abslutely ths ebe e or" H P
made, combining thu O
virus oa ndr P L AST ER
tracts. last pr sndrful In curing diseases whor
Neck, Pain in tho Sido or Limbs, Stiff Joints and Muscles,
Kidney Troubles, Rtheumatism, Neuralgia, Sore Cheat,
Affections of the Heart and I tver, and alh pains or aches
in any part cured instantly by the Hop Plaster, tL" Try
LAM E LE'I'rc25cns rfie orte
all druggists and country stores.
-BAC K - er'o . J'o'''* .
bor cntakiati less tomaappetit and diseaseso th
Electric Appliances are sent on 30 Days' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, YOUNG OR OLD,
I tsrvTauTv.! Ac ow as Foacs A D
ofa l'snsosAr. NATun rsling from Auvo and
ationof JiNALrS vonaredi A UooDOUtr.Ax h!
VILTAIS BELT 00., MARSHALM H
[ Underrhis reatment eas i ata nce obltained an paer.
onan attond1t thei busns Imdiatel afer
K' e tteyston oue, Iend1ig.', ovary 2d
Pincnix Pectoral will cure your cogia. Price 26 t.
ilseavrs $2n5 leta ses vryho:An~a~,
sold. $ 5sont y. JcBTRA blserNork.
Thle fact is well undl4erstood
that the M E X10 A N MIUS
TANU LINIMENT is by far
the best external known for
man11 or' beast. The reason
why becomes ani "ope n
secret" wvhien we explain that
"Mustang" penetrates skin,
flesh and muscle to the very
bone, remnoving~ all disease
andl soreness. No other 11111
mont 4100s this, hence none1
other is so largely used or
does such wor'lds of good.
Bow he got oyer the difloulty:
A country priest who had learned one
of his sermons by heart was invited to
preach in a neiglborin village. The
following day being a churah fete, he
was begged so hard to remain that he
could not refuse.
However it was necessary to preach,
and he had no other sermon with him.
What did he do?
He said: "My brethren, there are a
great many wicked peeple in this par
ish ; some of them have even said
there were heresies in the sermon I
preached to you yesterday. Nothing
could be more false ; and to prove it I
am going to deliver my sermon to you
again from one end to the other I"
And he repeated it from beginning to
Advice to Consumptives.
On the appearanceof the first symptoms-..
as general debility, loss of appetite, pallor,
chily sensations, followed by night-sweats
and cough-prompt measures for relief
should be taken. Consumption is scrofu
lous disease of the lungs :-therefore use the
great anti-scrofula, or blood-purifier and
strength - restorer,-Dr. Pierce's "Golden
Medical Discovery." Superior to Cod liver
oil as a nutritive, and unsurpassed as a
ectoral. For weak lungs, spitting of
lood, and kindred affections, it has no
equal. Sold by druggists the world over.
For Dr. Pierce's pam lot on Consumption,
ae-id two stamps to OUnLD'S DISPENSARY
MEDICAL AsSOCIATION, Buffalo, N. Y.
,StemotC.ny. A.-., &- . ... I
wish to copy over a sheet of paper, and
-Ua -nwdle prick all the outlines over
with holes thiough both the papers;
then take the clean paper you wish to
have the drawing transferred to, and
dust over with the powder of charcaal
from a small muslin bag. This will
penetrate through the holes, and leave
a correct copy of the original on the
paper. This pricked paper will do
again for any number of copies.
Cancers and otherTunors
are treated with unusual success by -World's
Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo,
N. Y. Send stamp for pamphlet.
The Sixth Congress of Orientalists,
which has just concluded its meeting in
Leiden, has been a very great success.
The number of scholars who attended it
was greater than at any previous gath
ering of th kind. England sent a large
contingent, and representatives came
from the Dutch colonies in the East,
from India, from Turkey, from Greece,
and from Portugal.
Fata, Fits, Fhs,
successfully treated by World's Dispensary
Medical Association. Address. with stanip
for pamphlet, Buffalo, N. Y.
Carl Werner, one of the moR t distin
guished authorities in Germany on
education, has just published in a Vi
enna paper an article in which he shows
the superiority of the system of indur -
trial art in schools, as taught by Chas
G. Leland in Philadelphia, to any at
present known in Europe.
Tihe Wamt. of at Reliable Dittaretic
Which, While aetif g as am sti.uhaint of tie kidneys,
neither excites nor irritates tienm, was log since
supplied by lios-tetter's htotiach 111terz. This fine
niedicine exerts tihe requisite dlegree of stmnulma
tioni upon these orgams. ithiout piroducig Irrita
tioni, and' is, theorefore, far better ailapited for thle
purpose than unmedioamed exitants. often resortd
to. When we conisitter that thme kidnieys andi blatd
dier share iii imp Jrmance with tihe bowels, as the
sluices or Out lets for the refuse maimer of the sys.
t-nm. thna n'ecessity of sustahiting their- activity he
tco.mesl app-remmi. 'The k'itneys act ais iptrifiers of
the bloodl, antml wii eir ucimmmmt ions are inerferei
withi through weamknes-s. I hey3 tietd toimig. Thiey
become ien thfullyat me .-iy thei use of time Bitter-i
w hei fuillbig siho. t of relmef fromm oilier souirces.
rimia .qmipabi situinlat ng tomnie ailso~ pre.vetits a l
arrests iever anid aigue, ti ont mpatlin, liveri coum
s I a t , e '.,mai inmini anmil otheir ail ntts.
A!. .J. S5eure states that collodin in
thin strips or sheets is negative toward
all other bodies. In interpreting the
therapeutical effects of collod~in~acomunt,
he believes, should be tmaken of its ee
trio piowers. Gutta-percha, when it is
electrified, presents modifications
which are analogous to thoso of collo
MENsMAN's PEP'To4MIE iIEP ToNf6 'tile olty
premar-ation of beef contimg its eniu'c nutr
Lious pr-op~r1ties. It conmiais blood-mn- kihig, force
generating and life-sustalinmng properties; mnvamlua
bte for indiigestion, dtyspieiisa,nemvouts pmostratioin
amd all forms of genteral iebilty, also, in all en
feebledt coniitons, whether Lime restiit, of exhmaus
Lion, nervous prostratton, over-work or acte dis
ease, partieilarly if r-estitinlg from pnulimnary
comipiatuts. Caswel.iaardi & Uo., proprietors,
N~ew York. Sold by druggists.
A new adulterant of ground popper
is a finely ground preparations of the
ker-nels oj olivoberries. If a~ sample of
the suspected mixture is scattered upon
a mixture of equal volumes of glycerine
and water the pepper fl-sats upon the
surface while the ground molivc kernels
''Anamkmsism" is tihe title of a: mueat- an abs-oluito
remmemly for- liles as ms possimbie. Tihe meimef fromt
is use isi ltstanitaneomus amnti cure certain. 25 years
sumcsful trial mby p.mysicianms andi tuse bmy suffterers
of tihree tcontiinenns, has siven it ia placme as ai .peeiiic
mminmtlcume ailmosit withumt a rmvai amiio ag all
schools. it is time dimmcovery of a itmnguished
phmysici m of Cimniati amid is endotrseti by the
pmrofess.ton. suffecm era mamy semnd for sinple, iree, to
P. Netadmter & 0. box 256 New York Umty,
The best quality of charcoal is made
from oak, maple, beech and chmestnut.
Wood will furnish, when properly char
red, about 20 per cent, of coal. A bush
el of coal from pine weighs about 29
pounds. A bushel of coat from hiardn
wood weighs 80 pounds. Abont 100
pounds of oak mako 28 of charcoal; the
same quantity of red pine 25 .10, and o1
white pine 28.
Sudden death results from ilear, libs
ease. Take in season Dr. Graveb' Heart
Aihovn inventigattions at Hochst on
the-Main, where no fewer than 072 per
sons are employed in the aniie color
works, go to prove that though aniline
is adlmittedly poisonous, none of the
men who became ill died, anti those en
Aaged for eighteen years in the magen
ta-nBouse, although reddened with dye
even to the inside of the mouthl,suffered
no serious ill-health,
Sufferers from Coughs, Sore Throat, etc.,
smhld tryv "hro won's Bronchial Troches." ia alumpie
but suare remedy. .old onlyu Ia bores. P'ric-e 25 ets.
To test tile purity of water, putt half
a pint in at perf. e~ly clean bottle; then
acid a fewv grains of lump sugatr; make
ti gh t-a glass stopper preferred. Piaco
the btottle in ai warm,well-lighted room.
.lf it 10mains clear iifwtr an exposure oif
eight to ten days, it is ate to use;buit if
it becomes turbid it is sureily imipure
anri unsafe to drink..
An effecive mnetdicin for kidney dicase, low
fevers anti nervous prostration, autmi we wirty
of a trial, is Brown's ironi Bitters.
A GENTLnMIAN riding through Boyls
ton street, anti seeing "Dr." on every
other house, remarked that it would
look a little more regular if there was
an ocoassional "Or," on the other side of
THE GItEA GERMAh
Relleves and cures
Soreness, Cuts, Buises
And all other bodllyacho
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
Del I rerl gasin
The Charles A. Vogefer Ce
(li ooessrs to A. VOKlRIR & 00)
h.......se """"" Baltimore, Md.. U. S.4t
II .A. LO OE S
HONEY OF HOREHOUND AND TAR
HONEY OF HOREHOUNO AND TAR
Is 0110 of tho filent remedles known for the cure of
cousths, Colds, inflionzt andi Bronchitis. It speetlly
gives relief to tho inflamiod Hurface and sostijus wote
It A L E'S
HONEY OF HOREHOUND AND TAR
UniL-r o IflDL" AND 'ran
Khon'd :lway4bo kept in the a li whe!rethere atle
I' olailtlre, 4 it Can be 1n11 I to ftiVntt3K0 III yIIl
1tac O r into before the doctor conio 4. and masy be
of 1Inectmmnoblo 1513'vlce.
I A L E 'S
HONEY OF HOREHOUND AND TAR
HONEY OF HOREHOUND AND TAR
15 sold 1)) all DruKistm. 0. N. (JIIJTINTON. Hole
Proprietor. 116 Fulton Str t, N . ' ]ric 50e. and
51 3e not tlo. Bown re Of I mitations.
- 111a h fnir d 311W sker Dye. 50.
ike's Toolthnt I)rops Cure in one Minute.
Gernan Corn Itemover Kills Corns and Bunions.
' The only known specilfo for Epileptic Fits. "
Also for Spasms and Falling Sickness. Nervous
Weakness it instantly relieves and cures. Cleanses
blood and quickens sluggish circulation. Neufra.
lizes germs of discaso and saves sickness. Cures
(A SKEPTIC SAID)
ugly blotches and stubborn blood sores. Eliminates
Dolls, Carbuncles and Scalds. f'Permanently and
promptly cures paralysis. Yes, it isa charming and
healthful Aperient. Kills Scrofula and Kings Evil,
twin brothers. Changes bad breath to good, remov.
ing the cause. Routs bilious tendencies and makes
clear complexion. Equalled by none in the delirium
of fever. A charming resolvent and a matchless
laxative. It drives Sick Headache like the wind.
g2Contains no drastic cathartic or opiates. IRelieVes
the brain of morbid fancies. Promptly cures ihen.
matism hy routing it. Restores life.giving proper.
ties to the blood. Is guaranteed to cure all nervous
disorders. gW'Rielabie when all opiates fail. Re.
freshes the mind and invigorates the body. Cures
dyspepsia or money refunded.
(N El V|E|RXF|AlI|Ll81
Diseases of the blood own it a conqueror. Endorsed
clergyen and physicians inU. and nurc tens
B."'For sale biy all leading druggists. Ilta0
The Dr. S. A. Richmond Medicall Co., Props.
St. Joseph, Mo. (31)
For testimonials and circulars send stamp.
Charles N. Crittenton. Agent, New York City.
Every package b~aa our trade-nmark
mud Eu m~ar-ed Fraas'u. M O LD
AGENTS WANTED sEoi".lalgtosl
minutes. It wIll aiso knit a great variety of fanoy
work f or which there is alw a d market. Hand
~rcroiarax or to th Xo ow inga
16 irm t Strt oBoatrth Man
S relevesaS Ons B insesOaneen Resore,
/flS.,DuaicchSNaDn~siD s sats ~ zon
se s lnse r eanes ciatal pse
agnt torsend o imN hlt IS hldes s
forg te ChWris A'tiras Ilr]utMogl P
fcrinSaJ Nel i.lioiMl~
OF S~i-P-AB S ND MER 'R V.1.ATONE
shoud no hestel costalOyterhl.N in th. 8. H
Iihe b anMl o y e. lri the our-a
. ar .M.t M, and (6atde9 P. WilM. t
Advce free Whrseerta wout o this od.
tion ad ~heway tomsrershold ftread
Iu e horis jei ?su FogRc j~.a
nIWPacion- if t . ns dieted. Dru P ife
ir65^""ug ., e rets-ednt for atle foing
P. W.vi F nd ames PO ean exrs ad.dress
OUN M A in ELRGRt~i/APiyOrn
samho Ml k ies~ tuo esLn imn.Pr 2a cont.11
872tlir .*mal r b prin ing 11 our
Adv5trot20.d W in s ,rer euyknw is cnd
U66ona e : . we itoldggead
iIALTH IS WEALTH,
Health of Body i 'Wealth of Mind
THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
fle blood fair, s r =IhO aes,
Pure blood makes sound flesh, strong bone and
a clear Nkin. If would have your flesh frm,
ourns o without barees, od your coin.
A remedy composed of ingredients of extraor.
dinary medical properties, essontial to puri
heal rer ad Invigorate the broken-down Ad
was d b -QUiCx PLUABNT, SAFE and PXRMA
NB4TInIt reatment and cur.1 rnaiPht
o matter by what name the complaint may be
dealinated, whether it be scrofula, consumption,
1hIls, ulcers, sores, tumors, boi, rysipelas, or
t rheum, diseases of the lungs, Idneys, blad
der, womb, ski liver, stomach or bowels, either
chronloor constution&4 the virus i In the Mlood
whloh supplies the waste and builds and repairs
these organs and wasted tissues of the system.
Iftheblood Is unhealthy, the process of repair
must be unsound.
Not only Is a Compensating remedy, but secures
the harmonious action of each of the organs. It
establishes throughout the entire system function
al harmonymand supplies the blood vie
dole with a Vpre and healthy current of
new life. Tai 8iN, after a few days' use
of the Sarsaparillian, becomes clear and
beautiful. Pimples, blotches, black spots and
skin eruptions are removed; sores and ulcers soon
cured. Persons suffering from scrofula, eruptive
diseases of the eyes, mouth ears, legs, throat and
that have accumulated and spread, eithe
r uncured diseases or mercury, or from th
use of corrosive sublimate may rely upon a ejure
If the Sarsaparillian is continued a Ru flcient time
to makb Its Impression on the syvstem.
One bottle contains more of the active princi
pies of Medicines than any other Preparatiou.
Taken In teaspoonful doses, while others require
dve or six times as much.
One Dollaxr a Hlottle.
R. R. R.
Radway's Ready Relief1
TAne tesoapet nvid nest Medletne fow
Fitsaly Use In tIeo Worl.
In from one to twenty minutes never fails te
relieve Pain with one thorough application:
no matter how violent or excruciating the pain.
the Rheumatic, lied-ridden, Infirm Cri piled,
Nervous,Neuralgie or prostrated with disease
may suffer, ItADWAY'S READY RELIEF will
INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS,
INFLAMMATION OF THE BLADDER.
INFLAMM ATION OF THE BOW Ei,8,
CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS,
SORE THROAT, DIFF-CULT HIEATHING,
PALPITATION OF THE HEART,
HYSTERICS, CROUP, DIP'IITH IltiA,
COLD CHILLS, AGUE CHILLS,
CHILBLAINS AND FROST BITES,
BRUISES, LUM1BAGO, SCIATICA,
COUGHS. COLDS, SPRAINS,
PAINS IN THE CH EST, SACS
or LIM BS5 are lus'antly relieved.
IN ITSi VAIOcTJ FOn~isO.
FEVER AND AOUEJ.
FEVER AND AGUE cured for 50 ots. There is
ot a remedIal a~e'nt In this world that will cure
Pever and Agiue and other Malarlous, lillion
Bcarle hold llow and other fevers aided
y 1A CEIEILso quickly as RtA I\ 4AY'8
It will In a few m')iient.s, when taken internally
according to the .lirection cure Crm pspasms,
Sour Stomach, Heartburn, ilck Hleauiac i Dypp
sla Paipitatioin of the fleart, Cold Chills hysterics,
Pahis in t he Bowels, Diarrhee maD nery, Colic
Wind in the Bowels, and mall Inl ernal Pains.
Tlraveiers should always carry a bottle of RAD
WAY'S READY lRii.lEF with them. A few
drops in water will prevent sickness or paine from
change of wariuls bettor than F"reneh Brandy
Mimrs antI tnberasnera should always
Perfoot, Purgative, .Soothing. A peri.
Onts Aoi without Pam, Ai*ways
eoliable and Natural
A VEGETABLE SUBSTITUTE FORl
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly eoated with sweet
anpurge, regal'ete, purify, cloanac and strong.
R arwav T' iLnIM for the eure of all disorders of
he Stomach, Liver Dowels Kidneys Bladder,
Female Copaint ~ervousD !seases, Aaos of A p 4
petite, H daheCnstipation, Cotiveness, 1n<(- -
stoDs-t Billousue I~vr, Inflamma. -
eno thelP, Theand I derangements o1
the internal Visceis. Prly vegetable, contain.
itjs!no erory, minerals, or delterious'drugs.
from Disease. of the DeseOrgas Constip?
tion Inward Piles Fulness of Bodin the
Head Acidiy of the Stomach, Nausea Hlearthiuro,
Disgust of FoFullness or Weight in the *to'
macb, fRour Bructaion SInKing or Flutterin at
the Heart, Choking or uftifering Sensations w ten
In a lying posture, Dhmness of Vision, Dots at
Webs before the 8ight, Fever and dull Pain in the
Head, Deficienc of Perspiration Yellowness 01
the Skin and Eye PaIn in th Side, Cht-sts
Lims and Budde ~fushes of Heat, hurning iio
A few doses of RtAnwAT's Pa.IA wiL' free the
system from all the above-natned disorders
SOLD BY DRUGGISTSA
Priee, 38 Oemts Fer Be..
READ "FALSE AND TRUE."
Send a letter slam pto RADWA Y & CO., No. 811
Warren, Cor. Churci St., Ne w York.
IUlformaton wr'tb thouisandls will noest
%w To ftse Publie,
Be sure and ask for AnW AY's, and see that the
mte "RADWAT" is on what you buy.
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