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USEFUL ASP SUOGESTIYE.
MVhen cooking a large fowl or Joint of meat, it may be covered with a bnt terod" paper to prevent its be. rig scorched. Chicago Journal. Cheap Fruit Cake: One cupful of sugar, one cupful of rich, sweet milk, bnucr the size of ari.ecrErJoni teasnbon- ful i . 01 raibins, seeuea ana'cnoppeo. 10 small p'eces of citrb'n. one small some small p nutmeg fiour to make as thick as cup cake, and two tcaspoomuls of baking powder. Tne Household. . French Rolls: Make a paste same as for biscuit, only richer. Holl out quite thin on the molding board. Beat to a eream one half cup of sugar and a piece of butter half 'as arge as a hen's tgg spread on the crust, grate a little nutmeg over it and roll it up. With a knife .ut into thin rolls and bake. &. change. Try this experiment for rne month: When you feelcross, sell sb, fauk-t.nd-ing, dissatistied with everybody and everything- oblige yourself to assume a smilfnj face and to treat ever body wi h unusual courtesy and kindness. " (. orn by selection through ten ears is not more susceptible to improvement than you wili find vour disposition to be in one month under.this discipline. X Y. limes. Many a deluded child "has been cured of a cold bv this means: Take a.l cup ot brown sugar and. put it-in a saucepan to make candy, but instead ol add ng water in which to dissolve tho sugar, put in a little tea made by steep ing thoroughwort. This will impart a bitter taste, which is not unpleasant to the child after the first mouthful, and is reallv a good remedy for a "tickling in the throat." To make an excellent 'soap al'ow four pounds of beef to two and a hall quarts of water, one small onion, one carrot, and a small head of celerv. Let these boil forfour or five hour. Three- quarters of an hour before dinner strain hls soup, salt it, and add a heaping tea cupfnl of macaroni, broken in bits; let this boil slowly. Add any other season ingyo'il.ke; for some tastes a pinch ol curry powder improves it. X. Y. PosL "Housekeeper" wishes for direc tions ormaking "bread griddle cakes." Ihc old-fashioned way was to break the bread in small bits and let them soak for several hours in sour milk, then when ready to ry them, taxe a spoon and stir them so" there are no lumps le.t t-weeten the sour milk with soda disso'v&l in a little hot water, n .the proLortion of a scant teasnoonf ul of so la to one la ge cup of sour milk. Ihe batter should be as thick a for corn- meal griddle cakes, and o this end stir in enough 1 our to make it so; a large (j)inrh o'f salt and tho same quantity of sugar should be added X. Y. Pot. Washing Having stepped in at Mrs. B 's early one Monday afternoon, I was sur prised at seeing the room in order and she neatly dressed, notwithstanding Mondav was her wash day. 1 ven- riiroH f !tr f-tntir Hr ttiit r rnnr washiK r done so soon? 1 am sure" vou have enough of it to do. jud in.: from the amount of clothes vour "familv wear." "Well. 1 will tell you." said she as she went into another room an 1 bro ght out her work-basket contain. ng some old collars. Many vears aso a friend ave me a recipe for a washinjr- . flnw, xrriji.ri 1 Tintrn 1 iun lis'nc nriir I :? i "'y iri - : ,:rr !IUf "! au.ll IKO lb UliblA 1 UliM somethin better to take its place." "What is t?" I exclaimed, tor was anxious to lessen that etery week bur- den. lne good worn in ave mo the t recipe, wh ch reads as follows: "Ta e one pound of wa'hing-soda. two ounces of borax, one cup of lime s x uarts of soft water. Put over the tiro and brin to a boiling heat, then let it settle, and bottle it. For washing use one up to pvery live gallons of waterand as much Soap a yo-i would use in washing in the ordinary wav. Soak the clothes over ni ht in cold water." "Now." said Mrs. B , " I always soak the clothes the night be 'ore. It" you do not like to do this on Mmday. you can sort the clothes on '-aturday put the white c othe-. ;n the ub the fine ones on top 1 une ones on top 1 and all ou will, h .ve to do on undav . nrAninrv Ic t-v nAtiv ownrirrT wtfi Kr Uct them I remember heirinjr a ladv i mem 1 remeniuer neirmg a laav sav she alwavs put the clothes iOsoak on" Saturday when she did her wasting on Mondav. I woul i rather not soak them at all than do this, as I th nk they ' would become rancid. It I want to get the washing done early, the first thin" I do in the morn ng is to put the clothes through the wr nger, then put the fine ones in the t etue or boiler ;a cold water, wth the fluid and soap, and uirc tno,nre i.n mem 00 1 aoou. ni- teen or twenty minutes, then take them oh anu pui in ine coarse ciomes. While these are boiling, rub out the . uic fio o ,r n .nnlr;..,n.na.n needed I a'wivs rinemv clothes 011I twnS J UhSS Tthe walhave been doing my washing for many ears and have not had cause to chanre-" Emv.a iSohn. m Rural Xcw Yorker 1 Associations Anion? Farmers. asf'nV r.r ?. Ti.,tinfT,nnH nr miSitr r t . ., , . .y. xiuoD nz ioeiner, anu companng noies, ni hrin Wion nt -mnHmm intoTT; .nv in quite a derree,' up to thes andard ol ine miiner -ciass 01 minus tomo na- tions of every kind, m de with a vie v to xin prices upon what farmers buv, aJmtoTnake the tarmernavlhfi hlcrhpkt . - ' - . Z o Combned cSbrt, practiced with svs-1 - ltas lonffocen Known tnas neavny sm na. Mtwed tobeiitnaud happmes, are tern : nd business energy, could not tail stocking an od garden with red clover, nmnj JoSaid'US? Zlwln toexcitemulation and nroverbenefic al and allowing it. to remain two yearswith-1 ", JSTuh t S.,,,?!Stf '?! pOSSlbcpnce lorsucngOOOsas re con- f oemes. uac-iuu ui iuc gatucu uuy ue tro'Iedinwholeorinpart bv those wba planted at a time, " leaving the other j6rmthe..5ombinionf In "this way abalf for the raising of such vegetables as ijcurrcnt is formed so stron: that no 3tiU continue to flourish. - a nun. sin le handed, can row against it. 1 Plow at the usual time, and in April The producer of the neces-aries of plant strong plants, of arrjrvery vi"-or-' X ;t7eatd;sad"ntage,ai ous varietywith perfect blossoms and compared to manufactures, who them- desirable fruit, in rows thirty inches selves setlle'all questions as to the sel - I apart and fifteen inches in the row. Keep ? ing prK-e of their products While of clean and allow the "ranners to coverall 1'4ai,,PHrndema?,IaiDSepar- the gund Late in the" fall mulch ably inked together, still there are lightly with chopped straw, and in the mtny wavs m which the interests o the following sprin" pull up any weeds" that- farmer and stock grower can be ad- , sh0w themselves. Under anvthino-but -..1 Vw L. ?4..1 i rit - O ;aui ""'"ac?0Q,01 ine eaa" ingminds of a neighborhood or county. , Men in a o1Ven county or district. -riews. exehanfrinrr and sellinsr breed 'ing an3 workins animals to ea -h otherj Many an excellent male animal haj been cons gned to the s aughter pea merely ,or the want of an opportunity to dispose of him to some one who was looking for just such an animal Jn these 'opportunit es to sell and inter change live stock, the giving of infor mation as to where exchanges or pur chases can be advantageously made the making of. joint arrangements for dis posing of the accumulated fatstockof rf neighborhood, deputiz'ng son e one 3C quainte i with the markets and accus tomed to selling to go .orward with the shipment lie some of the advantage? that would accrue to farmers if they would more generally form clubs fca the purposes indicated. XatioxU JAvt Block Journal. Spring. With tho first day of March comes spring with all its promises and hope3. And no other season is so truly named as this. Where the ice and snow of winter have departed "and the genial rays of the sun have warmed tho soil, everything "with life isjndeed springing. Itisa popular ideain places that when one lies upon the ground and places the ear on the surface he can hear the sound of the growing things, everywhere in motion in the spil, forcing themselves toward the air and the light of .the .sun. It is easy to conceive th at this fancymay be true, for really when the sun's Seat penetrates the earth life springs into ac tion, and life is motion. So that the season of spring is "indeedwell -named, for it is the springing of dormant life into activity, and of dead matter into life. But what 13 the great universal power which i3 thus causing all matter to vibrate and pulsate with life, forcing seeds to germinate, buds to open, bios some to unfold and covering the soil with new verdure? The sun i3 tho moing power of all this, and as we en joy its returning warmth and see its in fluences upon vegetation as the spring opens we may well pause and consider how all these effects are .accomplished and what a bcniQeent power the sun is. The ancients were very forcibly im pressed with this power of the sun., jso wonder, they ignorantly worshiped j it, considering it divine, and approach- ing through it, a3 nearly as they could, to the infinite power which created life and sustains it, but of which no revela tion had taught them the truth. Theold fable of Promcthus, who was believed to have made a figure of clay and warmed it into life by means of a spark of fire which he stole from Heaven, was a very near approach to the truth which we now. learn from the physical laws'of'the uni-j verse; for the sunbeam, a spark ot celes- tial fire, transforms dead matter, clay itself, into organized and living forms. which in their turn sustain human life, aud enable mankind with all the inferior animals to exist. The Promethean spark was indeed a sunbeam, and the imagi nation of the ancient poet was so neat the truth that we might well believe he had a perception or intuition of all which we are now able to understand from the scientific investigations and discoveries of past ages. For all the grand phenomena of force and life in nature originate in the warmth and power of the sun. Without its heat and light there could be no or ganized existence no life. There would bo no rain, no water, no chemical action; the ocean would be solid ice, the winds would be still, and all would be silont ' and dead. But with its heat aud light all the chemical forces are brought into action, and the gases aud various ele- merits are condensed into vegetable forms, which in their turn give ex- istence to animal life. From the first, when the sun was created, and light turned the primeval dirk - ness into day, tho sun's rays have been engaged in converting these imsps aniiplpmpnts into materials which gases anu citmenis huu iu.in.ri.us mm are stored up into vast magazines of use-1 I directlv gather our fuel, coal and wood; 1111 luitu, iium muui nv U1H.-VH, ui m- our food, our clothing, our shelter and all our necessaries of life. From the very first plants, the lowly mosses which covered the soil, and the gigantic palms whoso remains wt find deep in the rocks where we procure our coal, to the pros- ent dav when we see the verdure of one ...Innnrini. rs.r. tl.o ciT-fion r im- j?i " -l ";i. " :ir. - IUC SU31CI1 UlIUU 1UL ilUUUiCL Wl 3 growth, during all those ages the beams of the sun have been busv converting carbon, oxygen, nitrogen and hydrogen into plant issue and mingling with them the mineral elements into firing organ isms which have been collecting for our uses. A vast circle and cycle of opera tion has been revolving during all those ages, with infinite variation and variety, hut vnt in hrautifnl order, which, as we contemplate it, would seem like some vast kaleidoscopic vision, everrevolving, ever chancing; alwavs falling from one orderly grouping into another; combin- inr and senaratinjr: croups disolinir and re-arranging; all the atoms in cease- less motion, yet in orderly and deter- mined paths and alwavs the same, and . iunr;mnnrrnii fMo h.i,;m, . .1 f n .,: ,: .i .;,;,i, . . 1. - order and svstem of it 'is the sunbeam, , t, spring-of UfeaniLpxislenceX T--7',,,,.,0 '.- f - t"t" ? xx """' 'I V ' -J L -n.,....' 1 1 ' ha Renovating old hardens. W After a garden has been maintained in cial.y toourlaayreiuers. Thenewstaper man the same place for many years it some- met a iaiy a trittj past mddie ajr; with lux times loses its productive power, in spite unoushite luirtuat contrite J strl .ingly of repeated and heavy manuring. Many w'" oien.ius bl.ck eyc. she poiebed a kinds of vegetables refuse to thrive, anil str-Uht, lull habit, wonidnly, but commind : Kr.,r nmyr t ol,..r.- A co.jUiued with manner, wholly udv-uWe. ea plat, or infuse new Ioyed u bv a per5od of v i. 4v.w.:...j . ...ur,v. ... lite into tiie rest and a p;lrtial return to a state of nature. ' , , ... . , , rr-i. i .: r,i. i.i 1 1HU lWaUUU Ul UIB C"CUlUie "U1UVU 3 not always a matter of choice, and frequently there is but one place wheh unites the different requirements of soil. exposure andconveniencc, and after this nas Decn permanently inclosed it is annovingto arrive at a period when the arden becomes unable to meet promptly the demands upon it. OUt DlOWirr, Will bnng t if fortilitv finr) irTcrnr Thia ic cnmA- "-.- - ..D.. -- -- -" timesilone bv farmers, but it is hard to persuade a village resident to adopt a ( "-""--j " - ..-. . -- ..,w As a substitute which, under certain conditions, is even better than clover, I would recommend planting straw- t. - r 1. l t .tT ' 1 .1. extraordinary circumstances-such as a ' very late frost or peculiarlv unfavorable weather at bloomW time von will in time you will in nipkincTpmnvp nil lnrm or t.nll irmtrinff xsszrzjEz: !SS , - t ... . ... .. ....... , uig, iumcuing ajaiu in vinier. J.ne re sult vill be a crop of berries nearly as large as the first. Immediately after bearing, the heavy crop of old and new plants which covers the land should be plowed under and the ground planted to late cabbages or Swed ish turnips. The following spring it will be in condition to grow a very large crop of early potatoes, followed" by celery. After this the ground will be fit for any garden crop, and the other half of the garden can be subjected to the same ro tation. The result of treating a garden 3nce in ten or twelve years to a change of this kind will be eminently satisfactory ind profitable. American Gardener. he sod back to indeuil. Conpllaents to American Orjfams. Dr. John Staincr. Organist of St Paul's Cathedral, London, than whom there could not bo higher authority in regard to organs, organ mus'c, etc , has shown his appreciation of Amori an in struments by preparing an instruction book especially for the Mason a Hamlin organs. It has already been published in London, but will be immediately re- Sublshed in this country by Messrs. itson & Co. Messrs. Mason v Hamlin have also received very recently two noteworthy compliments for their organs from I ondon. One is in tho sale of an organ to Her Ma csty Queen Victoria; the other is the announcement that one ol them will bo used in West minster Abler on the 10th, l-'th and 13th of this month, with full orchestra and chorus, in the production of Gounod's Bcdemption," under tho direction of the Organist of Wes min ster. Dr. I'ridge. The same organa were ued last week in the pro luction of the same work by tho Philharmonic Society of Brooklyn. N. Y.. under the direction of Theodore Thomas, and will be similarly used next week in the production of the same work by the Cecilia Society of Philadelphia, under Mr. Thomas' direction. Boston Journal. K Severe Lesson. The judicial authorities in Paris have hit upon a device which ought to prove a formidable lesson to fraudulent shop keepers. There was already a regulation whereby every tradesman convicted of fraud by a Correctional Police Court had affixed to his doorway a placard setting forth the circumstances of the case. This placard was supposed to remain on view for a whole month, but, as a matter of fact, it was nearly always found to disappear during the first hight. The tradesmen always expressed great surprise, but how could they be expected to keep fuard over the document all night long? n future, therefore, the placards are to be framed and glazed, and theshopkeeper whose doors are thus decorated is to take in the frame every evening on closing his shop, and to put it up again on opening in the morning. Army officers should be distinguished for uniform courtesy. A THE GENERAL MARKETS. kaxsas crnr. Mama 27. wn. CATTLE ShippinStcers.... 5 35 a 6 60 Name Heifers 30) & 4 :0 NativcCowg 3 ft) ii 5 0) Butchers Steers... 5 00 5 TO HOGS Gool to choice heavy. 5 SO & 7 31) tocKcrs bwi to otu WHEAT No. 1 101 1014 91 & 85 43U53 34 44 58 240 & V4H 85 43-Si 34, 6914 No. 3 CORN No.2 OATS No. 3 Ftuit-Fancr:"ri"r"pack.'.".. hay Carlotbrijrht .. 1 eggs Choice 1 POUK Ham.. smm. .?."!.""."" lahd . ..'..".'!!!"""""" WOOL Missouri, unwashed., POTATOES New, per bushel, stlouis. GOO 6 50 It fi 17 ID 13 4 It 12'iif4 U 7 a s 10 10 104C9 11 la & 19 C5 73 uAXii.. enippin(rcieers.... .. J0 00 43 6 50 . 4 2, 44 5 30 . fl&) 44 7 50 .. 4 50 45 6 00 .. 3 30 (fill 4 0) .. 1 03it4 1 0S . 1 46 IO314 . 444 4!U 40 44 41 57 44 57h . 18 00 4418 20 uutcners steer... HOGS Good to choice SHEEP Falrto choice... FLOLK XXX to choice. wheat N0.2 winter... conN No 2 miicd!!! oats No.2 UX"Jfe,Jfo"2 cotton Mi'iMline:.".""."..!.". LV; 10 . TOBACCO New I.US 4 40 44 4 Medium new hr 023 5 75 CHtPVfJ) cattle Good shipping.. ..'.. hogs Good to choice 2gSmmf toJhotee" wheat No. 2 red -,--, a 6 40 7 55 44 7 70 5 00 Ci 6 25 5 30 O 6 00 1 01444 1 Ol'i SI 44 92 1041J44 104V 5i4 52 40 44 404 57 44 574 7 ft" 45 18 0) No. 3.... No.2 Spring CORN-N'o. 2 OATS No. 2 RYE PORK New Mess NEW YORK. CATTLE Exports. 700 3 7 0) 44 10 44 4 50 45 1 l'l 44 1 1044 67 44 7 50 7 SO 104 7 00 1 194 1 11 S?4iJt?'.,,tAfll0lcc- " ctouhGoo.1 ; t""?ao"jc" WHEAT No. 2 red couKN'ots """""".' oats wem mixed ".'.".' 63l 51 49 44 PQRK-standani Mw . . n QJ 441020 ' A WOJIAX'S EXPERIENCE. .. Wllat a lMllT. r.i ret Prominence Ilai -T '" On a recent trip by a representative ot tbli paper to the qty of Haverh Il iluSi, a moat import n: incident oc'.urred. which can not fait to be of the CTCJtest int rest to all. esac- fcnj . uronuunceX Ans- atiit iuilire or UUu aa nature could see at once lha. he wai in the presence of au unusual person ce one destined to aicomp. sa more than ...ot of "" Ct-M """ k" -i it uii ibuucucc iar rcacu- In!? 1Q itS I OW. T. Ihslllr U-.M Urc VI W. Wins te. Aiino-t fio.n chi.dhood he has ff SUaSX ffiSSJ and 5- itSS thau aay other woman in Amena iSdeed, she teems to uave been to women what K.or- ence gnfensale jnd Dor thy Dixwere to r, '.:. ...' .a OL HO" pare .tly beyond the reach of human aid. that 'ilow Ions have you been enpied In the practice of medicine, Mrs. Wlngatcl" "tor more in n ieniy-nTeyers." "A lone time certainty. How did tou hap pen to enter the field at thit eariy day when wo uen in the professiqns. were speedily frowned down upo j 1" . VI think I must'hive Inherited a tsste from my 1 ther, trulessor J. C. Wood, of ilarv rd 7ZJ.. -.. ... w. -w. ..wu,w. uui .it uollejre. lie was eminent la the prolessioo, hatd workrr and equally earnest in hlsrec- :H g'oL'S to dissect the birds aiij animals he had WUled. I felt Ini tuitel with medical sdeuc-, eTen ttenad the Infatuation has continued up to fndX'yoategln your studies so early in life!" ' "I can hardly say when I bean, for I can pot rememwr hcn I did not read medi&a ffiVL Jg ttu & oTer 120 p .unds, but I used to sit upnigat iier night until two o'clock in ihe omjig po!,?-,OTl.r.IU7!$Ulll",?ja "ever dreaminK nf th flivnf nf tim If tsamiwl fhnnnk Si L7 tZTi attendance a, Th.Jck TXZXZ I came ussol cited. I ccrtainlr can not fix the dUte when I brst besjn prticinff. Oi course and hare learnel to antici'ate their neediand sskk&k pg rca oeicreiceiacuiiy, pasea examinanoa and received a dip oma. J had ura diced tor years previous to that time but thought it de sirable to receive another diploma, which I did without any effort." Yoarexp;riencs with the many and seri ous diseases of women hxvl .c been so exteo- j sive 11 ust a so bs valuible? Can yougtre me some lacts regardl g them I" "Iftadth t woman seems born to suffer ing, ani where she avoids it, it is by reason of some care on her part or owin? to some special renewing power. It Is tree come women tro throuzh life without unusuil nf-ferine-, tut ther are none the less in danger, for there are cf tical periods all aloajr their pathway whn the utmost precaution U re qa red. The InnuraeraM complaint' called ferns e weaknesses; tre frrgulantles of life and changes of the system 1I ind cite tba penis wh'ca hanjj oref every woman's career, and which, unless attended to, may result dlsutroosly." "But Is there no way by which theM terri ble troubles cam be avoided!" "That baa been the problem for Tears. The habits of life and the demand ot fashion are clearly at war with the health ot women. I hare been, perhaps, unusually luccesstal la my treatment of tfcelr troubles, but there hare been many cases that seemed specially stubborn. I recall one in partleal.tr. I hd exhausted all the usual expedients and the results were not satisfactory. I became worried OTcr the case and really did not know what to do, tut finally thought I would try something out of the usual line. I had heard a, certain remedy recommended very hlahly and so I procurra some and nude a chc.nlcal analysts of It. I fount It was perfectly pure, and tht the Ingredients were unusudly valu able. So I began RiTlns: it to my patient, changing it, however, into a bottle of my own. Tarnyigreat joy it s.'tmed to have an almost immediate cilect and a complete cure was the result. Since then I hve used it constantly in my practice and have cured ev ery form of fern ile weakness, as well as dis placements, drops cal tumors, cellu dropsy and all such troubles. I hare also used It with the best ot results in cacs of pregnancy and gestatioo. Indeed I bare found it of un told value and benefit. " Have you any objection to giving me the name ot this remedy of which you speaki" N'one whatever. It is Warner's Sife Kidney and Liver Cure." ' Why, that is a proprietary medicine 1" 'Certaluly, but what of that! I have but one end in view in the treatment of my patient), namely their restoration tohealth. In the accomplishment of this end I preterite what I believe to be beneficial, no matter what tae profesIonal coiiscijueni a may be." "I notice in the ew York papers that Doctors Hammond, Airnrw anj other proml neut physicians are taking a similar stand. Airs. Viugate." "Yes. aud all independent thinkers in the profession are bound to do so. I am, how ever, on the best ot terms with my profession 1 brethren as you can see," and ttie Ia.lv pro duced a be utful gold me UI mounted in the form ot a badge which bad been presented her by the medical s cietr, known aa the En s gn of tne Humble Family, of whtch she Is a I romlnent member. A ter examining it close ly, the reporter remarked th t the medical profesion eviiently were proud ot whit she had done, as she might well bo in the posses sion of such a medal. 'I am proud of thit" she replied, "and I was also pleased a short ti 1 e since to receive an offer at a lare salary to take the profes sorship in the new medical college at Walla Walla, on the Pacific coast. I do not know how they heard of me out there, but I was obliged to decline their offer." "And so, in your experience with the dis eases of womeu.you hive fouuil success, and that Warner's Site Cure has been a most eCiclent remeJ !" "Ye, I h-tve had unusual success and toe remedy of which you speak has been procen of great beneht. There are, however, some base Imitations of it to be found lu the mar ket; these are badand should he avoided, but the genu ne remedy Is one of the very best." "And has not the practice of your profes sion injured your health I" "No, I.im better now than ever before in my life. I froz- my limbs last Winter, while riding one cold night to ee a patient, and masobignl to remain indoors for over two months. O herwtse I am healthy, as you can see by look ng at me." "And may I publish this interview, Mrs. WinKtr!" "Yes. If what I have told you should be the me ids of assisting any women who may bt snfTennz, I sha 1 be perfectly willing to bare it published." The "Fat Contributor" is the man who gains favor with ths printers. X. O. Pica yutu. A Itcmarknbly Snccerul Ilnslnrss Ilonsa rre Fun. The Paltlmore (Md.) DtCj Amtrtcan ot February 9 editorially comments, to the ex tent of several columns, upon the vsst busi ness of The Charles A Vogeler Company of that city and the unprecedented popularity ot its goods. This house (successors to A. Vogeler & Co.) will be better known to the general public as proprietors of St. Jacobs Oil, the great pain cure which has become a house hold word the world over. The new company is composed of Mr. Christian Devrie, a lea 1 ing Maryland merchant. President ot the Na tional Bank of Baltimore, etc; Mrs. Voider, widow of the late Charles A. Vogeler, and Mr. II. D. Umbstaettcr, whose rare genius and ability in conducting and directing the advertising depirtment ot Lis houss have been so conspicuously successful. Thus possrssed of a meritorious remedy backed by amj le capital, experience and brains, there is every reason to predict for the new firm the largest measure of business prosperity. The latest and most unique feature on the adverti-ing programme of this enterprising house is the publ cation of a neat and attract ive little work, the title of which is " St. Jacobs Oil Family Calendar, 1SS3-4, and Book ot Health aud Humor for the Million." It is largely composed of original (copy-righted) article, written expressly for this book by the leading humorists of the day such as M. Quad, D trolt Free Trcu; Spoopcndyke of the Brook yn F.hjU; the editors of Teicvt isiftings. Uncle Remu, Josh Billing', and a dor. n others, all In the very best vein of thes representative fun-makers. The illustrations are by the bct artist', aud the book contaiLS. bcsUe, numerous testimo dais froTi dlstl 1 gu sheil authorities, aadothermatterof value. This racy little b -ok is being printed by the mUiio'is. In the larger cities it will be distrlbutedr from house to house, and at other points by druggists. Anyoaemiy 00 tainacopy by addressing "Suppy Depart ment. The Charles A. Vogeler Co., Baltimore, .Md.," and enclosing a 3-cent stamp to pay postage. The electric lisht is pleasant to look at, but rerfectlv sbo'khe nheu the wires are grabbed. PhUaddih Chronicle-1 Terald. A Case Not Beyond Help. Dr. M. H. Hinsdale, Kenawee, HI., advises us of a remarkable cure of consumi tion. Ho says: A neighbor's wife was attacked with volent Lung disease, and pronounced beyond help from Qu.ck Consumption. As a List re Fort the f imily was pcr-uided to try Dr. Wsc Hall's Balsam foh tub Lungs. To the as tonishment of all, by the time she bad ued one half dozen bottles she was about tho house doing her own work. I saw her at her worst and had no idea she could recover. It is said that deaf and du-r.b people al ways take a hand la conversation. EvawnEc Argus. "Throw Physic to the Dogs, I'll None of It." We do not feel like blaUug Macbeth for this expression of disOat. Even nuwadiys most of the cathartics arc great repulsive piils, cnonzh to "turn one's stomach." Had Mai beth ever taken Dr. Pierce's "Purgative Teliets" he would not have uttered those words of contempt. By druggists. B.CFF on royalty The historical colir of good Queen Bess. A'. T. Xcvrs. Ilale'a Honey of Horehonnd and Tar Stops yourtbroat hurting. Why don't yoause it! Pike's toothache drops cure in one minute. A DimcuxT point to grasp The end of an eel's tail. "Golbex MsmcAi. Discovert" (words registered as a trade-mark) cures all burners from the pimple or eruption to great virulent eating ulcers. m Lira is a tiresome Journey, and when a man arrives at the end be is all out ot breath. Tn best fitting collars and cuffs you can get are tru Chrolithiox Now for sale at all first-class (tores. Wnxx a man gets high be is considered a Tery low XiUow. Tez "Favorite Prefcrirtion" of Dr. Pierce cures "female weakness" and kindred affec tions. By dxnzgists. A plattx' man: A homely musician. JT. T. Commercial Advailter. A Cocoa on Sore Throat should not be neglected. " JJroia.i' Bronchial Troche" are a simple temedy, and give imuiediate relief. "Could ye llni me the loan of a pipe and tobackyt" said Pat; "I have a match." Oxe pairof boots orshoes saved everyyearby using Lyon's Patent Metallic Heel Stufeners. A xotsT piece of crockery Tho cup that cheers. TaTB Fredericxton (Hew Brunswick, Can.) Reporter aayt : " Nobody can but admire the persistent enterprise manifested by the own ers of St. Jacobs Oil In keeping the name be fore the public It receive la big '3'd oft In the House the other day by the' Hon. Mr. Perley, who warned hie colleagues la the Government ot the danger of Bear Killer re ceiving two bounties for one nose; the Judi cious use of the Oil causing rapid growth." "Back 'as cpHebk." A well dressed man stood upon a Brooklyn street corner yester day and two urchins-across the way made bts as to whether he would .fetch up In the gutter or upon .the aide walk whea be fell. A car approached, and as it "came abreast ot him, he waved his c.ne majestically. The driver put the brake down hard, bat the rear) pi tforrn had almost reached the opposite side of the crossing before the car came to a stand-still. The Interlocutor looked at It a minute, straightened up, and with Impress ive dlzuity said a he again waved his cane lmperiouly: "Back 'er u- here." 1h con ductor gave the bell-trap aa lmpitlent j-rk. As the car moved off an injured look over spread the countenance of the left one. He clasped a frlendlr telegraph pole an I mut tered: ''Never shee such in'pendent cusses as 'ese 'fernal monopolies are trettln' to be." BrooU'jn Eagle. m Health. Health Is happiness and long life. The priceless blessing: of health can be retained, or if lost recovered, by using a medicine whtch the experience ot years has convinced an Intelligent public Is both safe-and efTl-a-clous, and that medicine is Dr. Guysott's Yet low Dock and Sarsaparilla. WooLMf goods are quote! qu'et. becanse of their nap. Baltimore Ertry StlnnUy. Feraoaal! Thb Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich., will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro-Voltaic Belts and Electric Appliances on trial for thir ty days to men (voungorold) who are afflicted with nervous debility, lost vitality and kindred troubles, guaranteeing speedy and complete restoration of health and manly vigor. Ad dress as above. N. B. No risk la incurred, as thirty days' trial is allowed. A cols snsp is likely to occur whenever there is a piece of ice that can be broken. Redding's Russia Salve is an Invaluable dressing for inflamed and sore joints. Price 2oc A good guess at a tailor's name Mr. So and So. Evert man who admires a clean bucey and light running wagon uses Wise's Axle Grease. " Comb down," said the young man, strok ing his upper lip. Ir afflicted with Sore Eyes, uie Dr. Isaac Thompson's Eye Water. Druggists sell It. 33c. Wise's Axle Grease is the best No.1 Grease. Wo Present no Fretended Jllracle. "Truth Is Mighty and Must Prevail.'? No Sophistry ran Withstand the Power of its Honest Utterance. Editor af Etenina Freu: DiAHSra-FecllngdeepIj Enteral forthc great bene fits which I have received from the use of a very valu able article which has Its origin and home la oar beau tiful city, and hoping that others who are aCIctcd u I have been may find llto relief from lunse. Ibeetheln dulgence of a few lines In your valuable paper for the privilege of commonlcaUng to tou a brief ttatement of facts, for the benefit of the multitude of aaffcrers to be met with on every aide. Many of my friends wellknow that I have ben very severely aSIcted with heart-dls-cue for a number of yean, and hive innered from It as only those can suffir who have that dlseaie. It re duced my trcngth o low that! could scarcely walk across my room, and the least exertion rendered me so thort-brcathed that I dirwl scarcely move, and life teemed very burdensome. I was treated for my mala dy by the best phjs'cUns, and derived no benefit from irrelr, treatment or prescriptions until twas advised by my family phrsleian to use Hunt's Kcmedy, aa my trouble was caused by Inaction of my kidneys, which affected very seriously the aellAn of my heart. I com menced UUaglt (ha Ting little filth in it or any otbei medicine), and It has helped ccwpnderf ally, and I am now a great deal better, and have been ever ilnce I began Its use. In fact I hTe taken no medicine that has benefited me so greatly. My breathing Is easy, and I have galaed In strength so much that I am able to da my housework. I cheerfully recommend Hunt's Reme dy to all who may bo afflicted as I have been, or who are suffering from general'deblllty and nervonaproa traUon. IkapectfuUy. Mas. A. O. Rockwell, rcarl Street, Providence, R. L A standard medicine for curing Brlghfa disease, dropsy, kidney, bladder and glandular maladies la Hunt's Remedy. Female weakness, pain In the back and loins, gravel, diabetes. Intemperance, excess, and prostration of the nervous system are cured by nunt Remedy, nunt's Remedy Imparts health and vigor U. the contItutIon when It hss become debilitated. Hont Remedy r tores the Invalid to health. Invalids who are -ecovcrlnc vital sta nlna, declare tn irateful terms their appreciation of the merit, as a tonic of Hosteller's Stomach Bitters. Not only does It Impart gi strength to the weafc. ;?. but It also corrects ai lrmrular acid ' elate of tl stomach. r makes the bowels act at rroper Inter vals (rtves ea to thus who suffer from rheumatic and kid Lfffl-5 ney troubles, and conquers as weU aa preienta feTtr and affue. Forsa'etiyall DruirzlaU and Deal ers generally. TO EXCHANGE For Farms, Ranch s. Mills. Slock, 'CUy or YClsgs ITcpeny Sl.Jtu ock of notions, city. Si VU stuck ol hardware, citv. M stock of diug country. tl.o 0 hoc of aricu tural Implements. sc.uoa.oclc of i)''eo',war-. city. K.tMitiocKof hrdwr". city. . Si HO stoct of s wins machines city. Sunn nock of hardware, country. ti 5 O stuck of notions and fancy K!aswire. S 5.UU stock of groorlrs. ov-tii'rd lLter J- tiuu Mock of grncril merchamlJc, country. W.&'rt nock- of inenl mrrcliand'se. country. rJ'.ru' stock of gnerU merchandise, country. ti'M) stock of ir neral mercbaadlsew country. 3,UI ftloon and nstaurant. c'ty. IV.0D0 gin- ral men. hand sc and country proprty. S.'i,i") mlscllanrous proprtty lathi Ent and west. tSP.flOOVWiiirni farms and lands. If you h ve cood City or Village Propcry. Farms. Mills. oroth rll'alEs atcItwUlpsyyoutolnv-stigate th se chance. tldyou,vrr see hl llrt r quall a for euan'ltvorqunlityofr red foriradr? Ls'abrsh-dlSTt. W. H. CnABDOCK A C, BroUern. 12S rat O th St., Kauui City, JIo. AGEXTS WASTED FOB THE HISTORY T,Yn U.S. BY ALEXANDER H.STEPHENS. 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AMERICAN OR FOREIGN FlVoERIKO It has oeen carefully revised many times. Is absolute ry without, errors, and may be termed a "perted mime book. Its graded system Is thoroughly progressive. Its courseof musicalstudyemlnentiy practical and com- f-chTslre. and Its selection of pieces for recreation libelous and pleasing . . , . . It it tkeonly trut RlcniBD'OS." and should be ordered by lu full title: Eichrdm's M Hethod fo? ths Pxano&rts. TuNIshed by LVOV & IIEAIVT, Chleaco, BL -OI.IVEK TJITSOX A CO., UotXan. CONSUMPTION CAN BE CURED! DR. HALL'S WM. BALSAM FOR THE Lungs. Cures Consumption, CoHs, Pneumonia, Inituenza, Bronchial DiXcullies, Bronchitis, Hoarseness, Uihma, Croup, Whooping Cough, and all Diseases ol the Breathing Organs. It soothes and heals the Mem brane ol the Lungs, inflamed and poistned by the disease, and prevents the night sweats and tight ness across the chest which accompany it COS. SUM PTION is not an incurable maladr. 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I hive a posltlTe reravly for the abore diseiue: by lt use thousinds of cases of the worit kind and of Ion? sLuuLn? nre bea cured. Indeed, o STromc 1 my faith In 1U efleaiT. that I will send TWBOTTLf3 FKEE. to-g-tther wltha VALUABLETRBATISEon this disease, to any raHerer Oire Express and P. O arfdrcM. DVL T. A. SLOCUil. Jll l'earl St. . Xew TorV CHEAPEST BOOK m THE WORLD. WmMm vorthtban In most I we will send Tree For a Club Of fore. Club of ispjktfTsaFi?t'jmsBr . ennclscranypxprssCo.ln tbladty. Addresa WOULD MANUFACTURING CO., 123 Nassau Street, New York COIN If tot, fliUu mmsBLmVi J sssl BsnFdSSKyy' 'Mi MV-Seu 'Mm FACTURINC co, izz Nassau street, now vorx. XVOBU 3IANUFACXCHINC CO. IToYember 21C, 1882- Find enclosed S30 for 30 ewAmertranTletIOBarier and tho jLadles Solid Cold ICatcb. .1 aecitred xblrty Sabscrlbersj lsa one day, andhave acYeral xior promlaed. Everyone likes tbe Dictionary and all I have seen bare subscribed, ' ' . Bias ULUIXA COIX, AanarxillSj'ino, Otflee of tbe Andltor of tbe Treannry- Post OMce Department, World 3Xanal's Co., I , Wasbl niton, D. C.j Jan. 89 1883 ' Tbe Never Amerlean Dictionary ordered Jaanary 15 at band. X obtained fonrteen subscribers In about as niany natnates last Satnrdar, and lad thex Post Onlee department Is et good, field fo woiic la. Tbe book proves to be Jnat the tblnc for office use. I bavo many mors promised, and will send, another larger order. Send tbe silver fiatcb as premium for tbls elnb. Hrassxsa o Tzarnfoanxa un sax uon RespectTally, BOBEBT XX. WOODr dm core nine eases out ol ten. Information that delay amoraent. .Prevention Is better than core. rnSC I CT RETUR1 WIL-A. fnH desc!paonef I tibial 0ODT 1MW Utt rltiEsrllctorial Books and BlblcsL Prirr, mtnmi Spcrcxst. ATtoxAUPuBLuiiuiaUo..St.Loais,Ia. OPIUM Hoi-ptilae naxbltCnrexl lsa 10 fo'M'axJaTS. AOBayUllCnrett. U.J.eirxrax.N3, Lbnaa, oala. Sheet flMwrltln: paper In BIotterTableLirltlj calendar. 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