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CnOSSH FnTILIZATION OF CORN.
Prof. Beal, of Michigan, propose to
try thoroughly the advantage of cros
sing cornthe seed of which is o)tained
from localities remote from each other.
After obtaining seed the product of
this cross, he is to employ It to plant
the next year, and to observe what
improvement in productiveness is thus
secured. He has associated with him
several scientific agriculturalists In
different parts of the west, all of w'hom
are to make the trail. For the infor
mation of those who may wish to try
Lite same experiments, we give briefly
the direetioma: Each man in his own
state Is to select two lots of corn of lie
same sort, but grown in localities for
at least live years, and at least hun
dred miles away from each other.
Theie aie to be planted in two separate
vets of alternating rows, thinning
out feeble stalks and making both ptr
feot)y alike. As soon as the tassels
appear pull them all out in every al.
Wrnate row, so that the pulled rows
shall be crossed with the pollen from
the alternate rows. Save the seed sep
arately from the alternate rows in two
lots. Tie seed iron the toppe por
tion will all be crossed from tie untop.
pod portion; while the untopped rows
will be all sell-lertilized. For the
second year, plant the two kinds care
fully seecteu plate, about four rods by
eight iI extenL. On one, plait the
eroased seeti; on anothe plia the tn
crossed seed. On other plots, repeat
the expteriteit of the pr-evious year,
by pianting crossed sceds in alternate
rows wiLtli unciossed sted from both
souices. the inhowitatice of carefully
registering every operatLona in obvious.
The measured trops will show what
advantage is derived fron crossing
corn wn-il keed previously etltiilitert
ar apart, to avoid the uiisadvaItage
01 v. hat uay be compiared to in--alad-in
bieauing, All the experilmnters are
to ieoi L to each other. 'l'wo yeais at
least are rt quired trl teliCuipletionl of
the expei iau.us.
SAV.E TiC STRiPPNG.-The last.
milk diawn from the cow ateach milk
ing, is much the richest part cf the
iress. The reason Is time sIme that the
to) of a pin of iilk whileh has stcotl
awhile, is the richest part of it. The
cream being the lighti-st part of the
milk, rise4 or remains at the top of the
udder, while the heavier, watery por
tion settLes to the bottom, similarly,
though, not ats perlectly, as when set
lIa pan. 'Tlits richer portion 01 twme
milk being oh greater consistency, set
th a to the bttoni of' thme udder but
slowly as the milk Is drawn off. Hence,
after the .tlir.t flow of the milk hias
cen ed,aft r the lapse of a le w miuitItes,
or whh the milker is tiawing froun
Ltie other half of the udder, a ne w ae
cuittlait i is hound inl the parL fIraS
dl awn. ' l hIs will I he louind nearly ill
Itr-ain, and w hen the object is butter
naking, tills can be draw n into at sinall
Vessel Dy itsell', niid stritined directty
Int- the creai po, aid thoroughly
mixed with thle tcreanIi, Thek ceninll
flomt thle main bulk of' the mlki wvill
rise miore raphtily niitt mnesepa1a ion be
mnore complete for being relieved of so
much Wf the ere:miii mli the start, ind the
palr Liu, takeI away will 110, be ex
poedi to the tieterioiating itliinelce of
ke nhlk us it gets kour .r old, ailid the
eii resUlt Will be better butter md
It. A hall pitit or bo froni each
ti very lu.t 3,011 an get, is
gentrally enltglh to Se 0ou. 6oitne
people nulk i stelh i hurry that they
lIev' get th1e stri)iitigs at a1li, aid thus
nJt Onajy lose the bebI. pai l of th mtilk
but a uihaca ...i.. . .
- hem epaatet or not,be sut e you saLVe
the stri ppings. Al uk rap1tduiy, btin
77n' quit i yoi3t1 get the strihppigs.
Thuxc onasa's eI<,CR-The first thinmg,
tontice ini judlgilng oft a horse, so Jat
as hisback s concrnedis thieng~
of it. A lung bat k is a weak onec, the
world over, andit ini every insiilec, 113
oheri respuects, the '.enuknei(ss iii the
borte e ia cust ad eben,bad hsbc
etia shorter tie. A horse's back
1i lhoi telr, hias s trai-Ii, anld is sna
Oteviuene that lhe enin enl ry or drag a
heavy n eliht a gieat u saace aiiti not
S, stlUisa iii t', 0 tir ihat'tL St'asola
Li th ta 1 tX rlinels braik hiin down'm 11
he is a sIincity anoinaal, as Is thte e.se
w Ida so 11.1.,,3 lutag bach let hiorses. it
la nool, in 113 hay ay,' then litt of tiht.
bach, but Lti ioenuli of the posternmr,
tihe kpo itjc01I.e ilboultirs tati the po
Sitioni ci the gat boanes of thle hiit
legs. 'i htl c inuast be leangthm somecwhei e,
orieSe the Lcise lannlot, stidace Iar,
bIL IL, Otiidh Lie put lla below~ ati nt,
at. ore. 't i~e lcignth shoulti be between
lhe sbouniedr jIinit ati 1he hins~ 01 tile
A CT ION oF LlMit ON Tlac6olh,--j2.me,
aIs IL cune1 fian the kita, ls know a as
catatic or tiivk llaneshe heat huving
expelleti ine carboile aeni gas of the
tai ic nl fune or' 111m1 5t1ne. Uponi
ex lobtn e to tueO air anid Einoatire this
Lt ote laltue atbsciiha alter ai~d car'biui
lacid gas, 51.u agalin Ittt 1rns to the
cui bcannie, lDuriing 1ne leverseins Ii.
UtVon~poaca, vi-.)1e oloiter andit sets
the eleInents ci planti fonti arce. it. ia
ni this~ 1.w cir to ,ri p~aie food Ior the
ion 01% lg iop ia clin the vegetanble nta
ter~ in the boll thfat the eintr yatItl 01
11u1* 1CItnes. '.1lie gjieater thle per cent
01 the 1.10 ineta is in the cautstie state,
thet inOlv valuable it, 1s Or' this wora.
'I be qtitul'e the 11111 enn1 be mapleat
a11t1' uurning tihe belter.
Tis ee n. a thoek to Fire.
A tacramento (Cii.) paper bears tes
timony that In that, city dihtastronas andi
wit'hspreadi 'toillsgratiois haive fre
quently been averted atlinost 80olely
troughl the agenlcy of shiaue t.rees. Thew
emibers of' which woutld otherwise b
blown from house to hiouse and1( 10rom
block to block, being catight ini the
upper branches, and fatlhng thence
harmlcessly to the grotund. lIn the sum
mer treessaet as screens bectweeni houses
ad blocks, mnoderatling the hmeat of tires
* and initerposinlg a barrier which is eel
dom passed by the flamies. Whenm we
add to these very paractIcal comasider
ations the valtae of trees Inm breakinig
the force of thie wind, en')aaelng ,.thie
beauty of a city tantd affortling a grate
* ful shade to pedestrIans, it will bec
seemn that treea, planated along city
streets, pay for thtemselves imatny times
over and in muany different way's. A
community whieh acte oin the sugges
tions thuts enforced not only ministers
to its athietio tastes and promotes culi
* 'ure and the love of the beautiful, but
'erects a barrier against fires and checks
the spread of -con flagrations in one of
* the simplest and r:ost common-sense
WAsHING MADN EAsy.-Have a boiler
full of boiling water. Assort your
clothes, the cleanest into one tub, the
more solled Into another, and any that
are very dirty Into some pall or tub by
themselves., Take a pall of hot water,
add to it the dissolved soap needed,and
pour It over the clothes. Continue to
do this until they are all covered.
Then take your wash board. bottom
end up, and work the clothes around a
few moments, and leave them until the
water is coal enough for your hands.
You will And that they need almost no
rubbing. Put them Into the boiler In
cold water without soap, let them get
scalded but not boil, rinse in one wa
ter blue, and you will find them pure
and white. Baby's washing will need
no rubbing, and in place of boiling
you can pour hot water over the arti
cles, cover twenty-minutes then rinse.
Flannels we wear the year round, and
they never shrink. Put them in boil
Ing hot sudswork with the washboard,
wring once more into boiling hot wa
ter, and even very dirty flainnels will
come out clean, soft, and clear, with
out any rubbing. If by some misfor
tune yon.have Ilannels shrunken, wait
until you can have snow water, wash
them in that., and when they are near
ly dry press thein carefully with a hot
iron, and even you will be pleased to
find them perhaps even a little larger
thain they were at first.
DxcoaATING BEDICHAMBEnS. -- The
newest mania among fabhilonlable wo
men, married and unmarried, Is to
make their bedrooms beautiful. The
lately acquired taste for decoration is
now takiag that turn, to the ng lect of
drawing-rooms and parlors. Pillow
shams and bedspreads are luxuriously
and expensively gotten up of silk,satin,
eibroidery and lace; dressing eases
are furnished with elaborate taste and
ingetious fancy work receptacles for
toilet and other artleles. Botilts and
box-!s of the iltiest workmanship and
choicest material hold the cologno,per
ful:ei'les, powders and other seents for
her ladybhlj's toilet. Pictures hang
upon the walls, or they are hung with
silk, lace, or Oriental stull's. Even the
toilet crockery must be of the choicest
ware, or composed or odd pleces. Ite
ideal bed has a cant py over it, a nd this
is made as beautil tii t-. iaste and money
will permit. The framework is mnade
of metal, etommonly ol burnished brass
or nickel. Fron this are Suspended
beatmilul emin tais held back by cords
and tassels, ribbons or bands. statuary
are on the walls, and the city is search
ed for rare and beautiful things to put
In ti Is ideal, it In esent, of a woman Is
FitRivi Ain IN TyrunoxD Favcit.-Dr.
Ilamapton, ot Parls, has lately issued a
pai miuhlet containing a history of sev
erl iemnark ible cures of typhold fever.
'ithe DUctor rega ds the disease as a
sort of* i)siIilYS or naphyxia Of ali the
vhlal Ituluetions, occasioned by inhalng
it lioisonouis itmiosphiere, emnitnag
from at typholid patlent or from some
otlier iorbid source. By the iDoctor's
experhnient's he has practically denion
strated thitt great advantage Is to be
derived frroin the use of open air in
treating the fevur. Moreover, he de
clires tiat there is absolute Iltmunity
romn contagion in the oixen air. 'Theto
cures which he reports are ascribed
mainly to then ad mission of out-door
air to the patient's bed-room. lie
argues thaut the patient cainot suior
1rom t-e11 applicltiol of this reniedy,
roia other tuseases, or froum the to
perature~ ol the atmosphere, 11 the
ai mneanas, tihe faee breathing of pureF
alir will at, all times keep upi time natural
iani nal heat. In typhius lever, com
plicatmoois ol all kinds, of thte luntgs. or
other orgalls, biniply a linder the access
et I resh air motre urgent and essential.
IL also enalies the patient to tiake
stimulants inore easily when neccessary.
lli ivra To -Iu naCU~a'MPIvn.-The
dliet of the conistImttve, shiould( be simi
p)1e timd nturations ; ver~y strict rtules as
to spt ciaJ ar tieles ale n nealih d for, uan
less the stomach shmouldl have exhaibited
signs ol imperleet. power. Mea, shiotuld
be taken once or twice a damy, wvith a
good allowanace of fat.* Fish is nutlar I
tious, egpeciamlly Oysters. M ilk Is very
nocurisahng, amit I wo or thiree pin ts imy
b~e iakenai in lie cou se ol the day. Aa
the housiltal for contytItl s at Brompl
10i1 inanny ti ihec patinuts have a glass
ol ruim and milk the lirst thing in tihe
moring beo breakiast, to help them
to at ess, a aid undotubtedly It, often does
god. Arses' inilk lina.y be takenm whetn
ord nary inilk d isaigrees. Another
lavorlie prlescri~tion Is Cat bacon for
bicakfaust . Stugar is very lattein g, anad
lhere is noe obj. etion in taking it, even
ini conider~tabioa uitintities. A moderate
allowanci o I wine 01r 1pirits is .tiyisa
t~le, bt, It shlatd be takenci withi can
tioot whe iait t lushes the lace or quick
A rmPiLE F'iar1Es.-Make ai batter,not
vecry artll, w Ii h one guitat of' milk,tlhree
egs anld fliour to ba inag It to a righat,
cinsistaece. Pare and core a dozen
aipple3, antI cladp theta to about the
size of snmallI peims, and mihiiix item well
In the baiter. Fry thi an In lard, as
3 Ott woual'l douaghanuts. Sprinak le po0w
dered suagai over ithemi.
W INnow CUL' U ais -ll ard(1y phatits
imay tbe loicid iaa a window cuiitane anid
demerve tiore attent iont thtan they have
hadl. Amiong these are BleedIng
Heart aid Lily of uthe \railey. All such
sliould be taken iup ait once anld ipotoed,
and kept in a pit or cellar untilI late In
Janaraiy or Feuruary or later ; when
brought out or bl'ooma they shmouhi at,
llrst teceive water rallher aparingly.
R AleIN Pzu.-Tlake 0on0 pound)1 of rais
lIns, turam over them' one g1 i uit of bul!
iog wi ator, keep ati hng, so there wvill
men a quart, whena doaie; grate t~be rind
of0one lemon Into at cup 01f sugar, three
teaspoonfuls of ilour andc 0110 egg; miix
weoll together. lurn thae raisins over
the mixtutre, siirring time while. ThIs
miaikes three pies. Baikeas other pies.
LIJEON SAUc.-Onle Cuplful of boll
lng waiter, one of sugar, opo table
sporntua o01 hour antd a lembon. Mix
thme flour smoothly with a little cold
water, and stir Iato the boilIng water.
Addl the sugar and1( the juice and thIn
rind of the lemnon. Bell genitly for
twemnly nminutes. Th'lis sauce and the
juIce is nilce for any kind of pudding.
CatoUP PmEVEN'v.-First get a
pice~i of chamt~ots 1kina, miako it like a
little bib, cut thle neck an~d sow 0on
tapes to tie It on ; then melt together
somie tallow andl pine1 tar, rub some of
this iln tihe chamois, atnd let thae ekild
wear it all the time. Renew wvith the
CHEa'ss lllscUlT.-Take two c-1nnoes
of butteor, two of diour', two of gracted
cheese, a little cayenne anid salt, niake
it, l a th in paste andi roil out very thin,
then cut in pieces four iehies long and
one inch broad,bake a very lIght brown
anid serve as hot a possible.
AMONG the passengers in a stage
coach In the White Mobttains was a
little gentleman of five summers. The
coach being quite full, he sat In the
lap of another passenger. While on
the way something was said about
pickpockets, and soon the conversation
became general on that interesting
subject. The gentleman who was
then holding our young friend then
remarked: "My fine little fellow, how
easily I could pick your pockets?"
"No you couldnt," replied he; "I have
been looking out for you all the time."
ONE of the paasengers In the street
car was In a p-irticular hurry, but the
oar came In as slow as the returns from
Maine. Finally he called out to the
.'What's the matter with that mule?
Isn't he well?"
"The mule Isn't to blame. It's the
Galveston street car company that's to
Why, you see, they pay us by the
month, so we ain't In a hurry; but ift
they were to pay us by the trip 1 could
get 2:10 out of this mule." I
JoHN T. RAYMOND had a curious ex
perience at lincolni, Nebraska, while
presenting the trial econe as Colonei
Sellers. Two dogs began to fight In
(te centre aisle of the theatre, aid all
attention wits instantly diverted from
tihe stage to the light. "I move we
stispend proneedings in this court,"
said Raymond, "and I'll bet a dollar
on the white dog." "I'll take you V'
erled a man in the atudience. Tihe
white dog won, the dollar was passed
across the footlights to the star,and the
acting of the play was resumed.
INTO one of our largest dry good.s
stores entered a gentleman, the other
day, and wvith the air of one who had
been used , this sor' of thing all his
life, you kri w, lie said to the astonish
ed saileswomani. "Give me a yard of
maroon-colored flannel to match a
baby, please." Correcting himself
hastily, ie began again :- '1 beg par
don; I Mean a yard Of 1lannel to match
a naroon-colorod baby-here (produe
Ing a bit of flannel from his vest
pocket), I want a yard of that.."
A PAR:SHIONnCIt wits walking one
summer day In i he quiet streets of
Burlington, N. J., witti the late Bishop
Doane. The parishioner asked:
"Well Bishop, how many more dog
days are we to have?" With the faint
est twinkle came the q':iet reply. "I
don't, know; they say that every dog
hias his day, and ir so 'n afraid we'll
have it good many dog-days all the
A cros# Uaiby.
Nothing Is so conelucive to a man's
emaing a haehi(lo" its stoppig for
Dne night at the houso of a married
riend and being. kept awake for live or
Ix imours iy the eryi ng of t Cross baby.
All eross and eI ving habies need only
lopi 1tiersi to mark'i them well and
mlim1g. Young m1ian, remember this
TiEcY had put an abominable Sconn
uirel on trial on a charge of hilghay
robbery and murder.
"I'rlsoner," says the Julge, "ox
Plain your action aind its motive to
Tie Prisoner-Well, yoi see, gen.
tlemnen, the fact is I had lost my head.
The Judge (facetlously)- Alrealy,
"IH A v you givenr electricity a trial
le nrinlstir," a ir 'tot ta with h
oid lady. "'Electricity 1'' said she.
"WVell, yes, I reckon I has. I was
st:'uck by lightning last summer as d
ha~ve out of tire wiindow, b)ut it didn't
scern to do 110 sort of A00or'."
"I DON'T believe much in history,"
sirhi a moindeira nmiss, ''andni partcularly
the history of Cindierella. In my opin
ion there neveor was any such a per.<on."'
T hereupon she went to tihe looking
glass anp Ppowdered herself' furiously,
in a valna ttempt to conceal Ihe too
brilliant color which had been pro
durcedi by her efforts to get on: a No. 8
'low do you pironunce e-t-i-n: g-y ?'
Picfessor Steirnus aiske I tihe young
igentlemnan nearest tihe foot of the class.
Arid a sumart bad boy stoodi tup) and said~
ii. diopenided a good dheal whether the
wordh appliedl to a man or a hece. Glo to
the head yonn fellow.
A trrFTL. girl, aigedi ihren, wvent to
chumrchi lately to see at chirlatenbig.
Whlen, on her retun: , she wars asked
what she thought of the baby)3, she re
p1lied: "'It was a good birby ; It, (1id riot
when thei gentlhemwrn wiashed its headu."'
A Dis- IN'c- ION : rs. .Jones--"lhere
were you woikinrg before you came
here ?" Blridgei-"I wvas wurkln' for
a woman thatt has a bag house on) Bush
street, an:' shaure there was a nother
lady workirn' there too.
A REPORTEn who atitenided a banquet
concludeld his desCralptlon with the can
(did statemeont that, ''it is not dhistinctly
remembered by aniybody p~reseht wh'lo
maidei the last speech.''
"'TrA's whlat I call a finis.hed ser
mon,"' said a ladly to hieur husbsand, as
they wended their way from church.
"'Yes,"' wits the reply, "'but (10 you
know I never thought it w'ouild be."
SAYS a religious exchange: The
angelie i nnocen.'e of' a higher life Is
r('flected In a baby's face." How true
this I9,nliess thie nurse has imprudenL
ly truisted It with a unolassnr, jug.
IT is said that am baby will cry no
harder ii a 1p1n 1s stuexK into him than:
he wvill IfI tihe cat wvon't let hin19 prull
her taihl. It Is, therefore, cheaper to
CONsoL:NO: Poor Authr-"Hleav
ea,whiat a pailn there Is ini my head ?"'
ils wile--'Complaiining of that? You
ought to be thanimkfulh there is anything
Trun hardest thing in tihe world for a
young wormn t" do is to look uncon
cerned the first tinme she comes ouit in
a handsome engagement rIng.
NEVar does a man believe Po strong
ly in the aitraction of gravitation as
when hie sits down on a chair and
finds it gonle.
"Wl'IAT does a wonmn want to ptt
on gloves in hot weantlher for?'' asks a
male subs criber. "Wamy, to keep her
han d in, stupid.
MANY preachers seek to Impress their
hearers with the fact that lite is short,
but for'get it. in thoir sermons.
Tux gentlemen who essayed to ser
r'nade isas. L, , a few eveninogs since,
n-hould have hmad 'clear' throats, and'
theIr effomrts would have been better
inppreciatecd. D~r. plli's Cough y'ruap
a the theet remedy extant for a 'thick'
)r congeqted condition of the Throat
i roncaol Tiubes, givinig instant
LA>IKB will gad rolif froi q
Ieadlabh Costiveness, SwitinAg is
the He&a, Collo, Bour Bromaohi Rest.;
lessness and the adny Ills thc9ex s a
times almost .u6iversally dubJeo to
Indigestion, Constant or Perlodca
Sick Headacte, Weakness in the Back
or .Kidneys, Pain in the Shoulders and
different parts of the Body, a feeling of
Lassitude and Despondency' are all
removed by taking Slwnmons' Liver
it should be used by all persons, 61d
and young. It is not tinpleasant, Is
purely vegetable, is not injurious to
the most delicate Constition
"Being ser:ously util-eted with general
debilily and total loss of appetite for
past three or four years, I tried Bimn
mono' Liver Reg ulator, whlch has com
p letel" restored my appetite, and my
health In geneial 18 greatly improved.
"Mns. EDMUND eITON,
No. 51 Sellers asreeL, Frankiord, Pa."
The Mallo' and the Widow.
Nearly half a centuiry ago, when a
coach ran daily between Glasgow and
Greenock, by Palley, one forenoon,
when a little p'tst J1ishopton, a lady in
the coach noticed a boy walking bare
footed, seemingly tiredt, and struggling
with tender feet. She desired the coach
manl to take him up and glyve him a
seat, and she wottid pay for it. When
they arrived at tho inn in Greenock,
she Inquired of the boy what was his
object in coming up there. lie said
he wished to be a sullor, a'-d hoped
some of the captains would engage
him. She gave him a half crown, wish
ed him success, and chiarged him to be
Twenty years aftor this, the coach
was returning to Glasgow In the after
noon, on the same road. When near
Bishopton, a sea captain observed anl
old widow lady on the road, walking
very slowly, fatigued and weary. lie
ordered the coniawnain to put her In the
coach, as there Was an empty seat, and
he would pay for her. Immediately
after, when changing the horses at
Bislopton, the passeiogers weie saun
tering about, except the captain and
the old lady, who remained in the
coach. The lady thanked him 'for his
kindly feeling toward her, ai she was
now unaible to pay for a seat. le said:
"He always had Sympathy for weary
pedestrians, since he himselit was in
that state when a boy, twenty years
ago, near this very place. when a ten
der-hearted lady ordered the coachman
to take him up, ant paid for his seat."
"Well do I remember that incident,"
said she. "I am thatvlady, but my lot
in life Is changed. I was then Inde
pendent. Now.j am reduced to pover.
ty, by the doings of a prodigal son."
"H1ow happy am I,"said the captain,.
"that I have been successful in my
enterprise, and un returning hom to
live on my fortune; and from this day
I shall bind myself anl heirs to ,upply
you with twenty-five pound per an
numn till your death.
Tanning Leather.-An Important step
In advance hin recently been made in
Ger many in the science and art of tan
ming leather, and within the last few
months the system referred t'o has been
practically worked out on a sufficient
ly large scale In a small experlinental
01' (xhilbiton tannery in Glasgow,
poeteul for the nuirucane Of daemnnair t.
lng the value of the newv process. The
p~rocess is the lnvention of a German
chemist, D~r. Christian Ileinzeriling, of
Frank fort-on- .the-Main, and seems des
t.ined to result in a total revolution in
the system of tanning which has htith
erto beren in useanl is truliy time-lion
ored, inasmuch as it enti rely dhispenses
with the ordimnary tanniung materIals
oak-bark and other astringent vege
table producets-and involves thme use of
iniorgan ic chemical comapournds only,
the speciai meniber of whi ich is bichro
mate of potash. Ge-neral ly s'peaking.
1i. may be said that theo other coin
pounds-all of which are readily soiu
Ole in wvater-have as their function
tihe dlecomposition of theo bleliromarte of
p~otash), so as to set freit Its containeti
chromice acId, wvhich is really the chem
ical agent that exerts the tann ing efl'ect
on the tissue forming the cerium or
lower layer of tile animal hide. There
are many considerations which seem
to justify the expectation of great re
suits from the adoption of the lelin
zerlinig process. One leading fact Is,
t.hat i1. requires for its completion a
period of only from four to fnve or sIx
weeks, whereas the bark-tanning pro
cess reqtaires irom twelve to twenty or
occasionally even thirty mnonths for Its
comupletlin. It has already been adopt
ed in fourteen tanneries in Germany,
and Is be.ing introduced int~o Russia,
Belgium, Frante, and Italy.
Mary had a little lamb, its fleece was
whice as snow, she washed It oft wIth
Doubblns' Soap, anid that's what made
It so. (made by Cragin & Co., PhIla
delphIa, Pa.) Trvy It once.
Inking ltauber )ooes.- Inking rollers
made of India rurbbe~r have been occa
eionmally made use of from time to time
for many years, bu owing to inexperi
ence in their maunufactumre arnd use, the
results have been, until recently, far
from satisfactory. Varioun umj rove
mentsiL have however, been nmade In
their mnu facre for printing pr
poses. One hon)idon mhanuacturer
makes hisa rollera from red rubber,
which is, of necessity, very thoroughly
cured, in urder to enable' It to with
stand the action of' fatty inks; and after
the rollers have bieen turned true b~y
means of seliinn lathes, a fine'sur
faice is given to the rub lber' by meatns of
glass paiper. in crder to give these
rollers the softness whIch is fecessary
-in soime cases, a series of perforatins
parallel to tihe axis is introducetd. For
lithograph ic p~rlint-inrg, these rollers
have considerable advantages over the
usual leather roller.
"While kineena at '.he altar,
With Father Good between,
We'll call thne world to witness
A match from CAunOLINE.
One of the emperors ot ancIent Rome
devised a perrectly secure retreat dlur
in g a thunder storm Irn the form of a
subterranean vault of iron. lie was
probably led to this by thinking of a
mode of keepIng ouit muilleis,havinrg nio
notion that a thin shell of soft cop~per
would have been quite as effective in
resisting the lightning as the massive
Feeg ci Iuictrr.
The fe. of lotors is ant item that
very many leraons are iaterested tn
just at present. We believe the scied
uile for visits Is $3.00, whieh would
tax a man cor~tined to his bed for a year,
and in need em a dlaily visit, over $i,000
a year for Inedcal attendance alone I
And one single bottle of Hop Bitters
taken in Lime would save the $1,000
and all the tear's sicknes,-.Post.
Thui-is a great deal in a name. One
of the leaders of London fashion Is Mrs.
DIisado never Comes to us without a Oause.
4ak an exrlenoed phyhiclan thi son and
a2 will tel Iou it is somelig that Iterferes
flth the workin of the great organs. Kid.
ey-Wort'. e4.:thetio verobo " ob
tauctiond ICY brese - . rfectmatk
"Great men are not always wise, neither 4
the aged understand Julgment"-Job, Thi
afflicted patriaroh might have known of th
useless and painful treatment 'of *-Emeroida
in his own time, bit his worda' vould have
been even m6re applicable had his prophetis
eye looked down The long vista of medical his.
tory and witnessed the cruel, absurd and Inef.
feolual treatment of Pien by the many schools
of "groat and aged profesors," until &t last %
disgusted doctor pionounoedplies ''the oppro.
brium. of the art. Dr. Silebee has put to
shame, by the simplicity and excellence of his
great pile remedy, not only the whole family
of quack nostrum% wbose name Is legion, but,
the pretended wisdom of the medical profe,
len. This Anakesie.(or pile remedty), is aimo
ble and easy of application, gives instant re,
lef, and by combining the merite of a poultice
to soothe, an instrument to hold up and com.
press the tumor,4, and a skilfully devised medi,
tine, applied directly to the diseased parts ul.
linaitely oures the worst cases of piles an4
keeps thelp oured. . Halt a million of person4
pronounce Anakesas, the most benofident die,
fovery of the'age. and we belieove thsm. Ana.
l'esis. Dr. 8. Silobee'at Extertal Pilo Remedy it
iolid by all first-olas drugglsts. Price $1 00.
Lampice mailed free to all sufforeis by P
oustacdter & 0o. Iox 8946, New Yoi-k.
The Only Medicine
That Acts at the Same Tins On
The Liver, the Bowels affd the kidneys.
e .Thia great orgas are the natural cleans
oftbof the system. if they work well health
will ha perfoctti t they become clogged.
dreadfu diseases are sure to follow wit
Bilousness, Headache, Dyspepsia, Jau.
dice, Constipation and Piles, or Kid.
ney Complaints, Gravel, Diabetes,
or Iheumatic Pains and Aches,
are develo ed because the blood is polsaned
with the h~umors that should have been
will restore the healthy action and all these
destroying evils will be banished; neglect
thtand you will live btit to suiffer.
flio sands have been cured. Tryitand you
v 1.add one more to the number. Take It
andhealth will onceinoregladden your heart.
Buf ler fettorsta Ashisiftas
#Tnybar ndeZ'st=r from CesatIR ues a41
KinfxMR Wrill cure yon. Try a pack.
age at once and be satiaTed.
Is (a a dry vegatabla compound Ond
One Packagemakessix quarts of Nedleino.
Your DrjuggtI hag (8, or trift gd its' U
VoU. Siit upon having it. Puce, *1.81
WELL8, 1ICEARDOON A CO., Propritors,
hio (wi eenapot posant.) Bpreonll., Vs
Meet thte noreurmenote of..th ratoetl-ea
phtoioph andc aaieatipresent poreilate. Ibodsy
aga'a elsease, lnvigorat4. anM rp-vltalizea the
torpid stomach anti liyoer andi effects a most
salutary chiange inthO entire 4ystem, when i
a morbid condition.
For sale by all Drgt a Dll t4
Those answering au 4dv reisemsl mrd
Fubliher byetatingtattey sawtNoadvex
8MNiS ON TR IAL for fliree.Slot.statnp o
9Ts Puorsla JToUaWAL. HuIkotetown. Md.
f6 aysnt. to Sell the Standard Agricultural nuok
farming for Profit
owv Aecaae oemprohansie A0 Omlet. Ft
TELLS HOW Tl nell -"r?~em
Make MoneyliU fnit.-;-a ' ~~~
S4las nt (ea e cot cir se,, n 0 er asa.
J1. V. MoCURIDY & CO. Philadelphia, Pa.
A Great Offer I ~7 AI ANM.60
AU.Ns' WAWTRD. Ilwssa~ 4 AT4
s20 Slroatisay, N. Y.
be.. whtdh bave dtstremsed the vioumas se yee
pew N loe as blem , wjsk es
il send pest p.)~ a elbwlb qui
* .ur. y'ieree's Golden Medical Discovery eu;
sem~mo 10 i6 Pashe, er Erupti, y
Be6mka i shrt all diseases eaneed I
Kaeially has Itmaairest lted poteuc I,
les yes, erefulena leree and Swi
en faer bod, fremea'lad he isini
altenate withot fushes, Irregular appatit
r Id Lives', or "EBl Ueus nes." As a re
seattio, thas astonIshed the medIcal faoi
graetm al discovery 0t the age, Bold 11
No use of ta
4TRE GBBATIN8'lU0T1ON 300MD
AT NATHAN Rt0ltARDSO1. PUf08O1p;N
IT IS GENERA,Y~VDDTMI11
0I T O N LTE TT
18 THEl POS PEMtV;IU AS WICLVA T1114
MO8T SUCUESSFUla PAWIVoltA INSTRUC.
TiUN B.aK EVIIt XV iSH D. IAVING
BEEN MANY TIMES- itVIED, IT MAY B
tORDBi S ICHLY VIIEM, VII)M
NtROl . 1AV i IN REPEA IULY
LAitiiD. .T id IdRMAKAAK FULL'AND
I' MANY TihOUSAND OF TEACHERS HAVE
USil1 TIlE 1,00K F.) YEAltS. AND STILE
CONTINUE TO USE IT, ASTHE B I-T. 0AL8
ARECON8'AN' ANDVERRY LAltGE. REEC El.
ARISON'S N4W MIMHOD F014I T IE
PIANO4FITE 18 Til1 TITL9. OlIDEi 'i'
BY Till Wilva.E TITLE AND ACCEPT NO
OTHERBOOK BINUE Til I IS TIlE ORII011AL
AND TRUE 'ELLORAIIDSON."
BOLD lif A LL THl PRINOIPAL MUSId DBALS
1it$ AND BOoKbELLKRS Of TUB UMIThD
STAThE8 AND OANADA.
MAILED, POST.Flhl| FOR 03.25.
Oliver Dlitson & Co. Bos on
-1. ., D.ITMOM. Q CO..
1338 CheattsuS S0reet. Phla~edelphia.
o a Ito r
our duie To h wor tolos
pm1t n s neand
Hop Bttor. . wsteuse Hop B.
On yom aremf zAunnd sffering from any In.
dis etion or dilpa on i Vou aremafn
rled or a nle, old or Tin urou frM.
poorheal An sgh n of -
ness, rely on tp Bg .
Whoevor y ou a Thousaids die an
hen0Oer ou f oh
taadk Hop Itter
Have yon (fro
pept,. i. .
fqtE . t an absolute
of ths stlo ad roaA
bowels, blood blo oWro for
liver orti he dnmk R . Ono so
y V t 1 1o131r~n
aoldu n oe Ifu m.
Iy we a C nd tOW Bufor
ssNEVER ;trY N
onved u eetrX.T
drede. a e,,aio,6i.
fo eatevns or wefl of any deh.
orn F JFtc.'aift. or Lbpyrts ,
Ir . #or sae I i the
rdwretr, Uunt bl-ares, P ip makers. et.
aee that the Pump you bu FIs tenolled
. . BLATCH LEY,
W8 KARKET. Street, PHILADELPHIA. Pa.
Rvirrtns'ea-lebrated Wnglo Drepoblilading Shot.
171111 R1. O13 lip. itoiibl -biat rel Breech lioatd re oil
*S()unoil uzelandI B eschonlinln Gain., Rt fli
m o of rost tprved 1nglialiaus un nsts
"aeAlt kinds i-f sporting liit lemems imi arti.
dJ~euIc by ape-rt'isen'and giln .1"I~ a. 0OLT'S
_R 'Oil LOADING DOURiAC GUNS ai
amp-thebest unt yet mnAdu for the price
taunI btanip for Price f.1st.
JOS. C. GRUBB &. CO.9
712 Market Street. Phil.,. Pa.
MAKE HENS LAY
trav ''ngintis.ou.ntW,,".".-Ibat mo.st t Hr
earth wil mnake heslay Ike Sorlens 00 ~~ti
Lrs'ryoheone teasoo 00 to rn eing to et
aams.. I. s.*J0W.6I ib CO. ,0.i.., M..
$ 77 A SEA * -xo
Everg (hild . "s "e "t pet ""'e L
he first otis wil ne rc ye f y Frse 10, ei. Ad
Iruss P. 0. Box 518 1ioston. Mass.
..ry town ndt iy ton .,. Dr. lltons le.
sin Tra f slang fattery. Terrilo o eured.
No. 98 Tiemont St., Boston, Mass.
No More Old Maids. No More Old Bachielors;
IMATRIMONlAL BURE AU.
Fondned for the prosnotionis of rriae ecorslt
leaddress ikienes oc, att n,. n exic e~r
*setpln oa person Ct t1. I ost e. wlaq
Sraieto are y, Corrrs end 17ti siilc rt.
,LLEN'3 Btas Foodi cure Nervu ebiliit
f o Ofroularr to Allen aPh armac.
th Old lAble Cosatrated Lye for FAM IL?
for making Har, Nei and e Esap gaiehly
Mis lull welighl ansI strength.
LU F01I M APONxIFI.mQa,
AND TAKE NO OTHER.
PEN'A BALT NANUWMO'410., PREEhiAA
Bst adFastest. Selling
PICTORIAi BOOKS aRif 1LES:
UDIni HN*Oa COMPN , blsepa,Pa,
Chioegb, lit., ou lit. Louis. Ito.
w onnatural eiapha Itreos wai
*have volaumet f o~m ories we oufaive
a harma than good, os d.epiUs, bat usenatuses
ac all Uma'srs, frey. te warst Berefana 60
[3ls atatenFever lores, Bealy
blod, rt-eenuerllby this poweitfu
eating Tet- Rose Bash, Rtetts, Oar unw
Ungs, W alta Swelings, 'GoiIre et T&L*
s allow eolor of skin, or yellowlseh.orown speta
as, bad taste in mouth, iaternal hent er ehille
e, and tonigu. Coated, you are eufierleg from
medly for all snchboese Dr. ieroe's uole
IesOt and radical eurea.
, as, Weaklu .nga, and early stags of gem
ally, and eminent phsysloiena pronootte. ii the
-nthe large, reptilalte, iiatineous pils. Tb e
.1)rescecenly Iarger than estatd
rely ve9 table, an paricul at onte is rofrO4
tete. '~y perate wit hott di turbanoq lob
is Mneh seat E~I atI3ll
la MIEost Yiloa attae PA t
ro EGRE4T isOOD PUnIFIER,
Re 1$ seated In The Lungssaa
or abone5 Wtesh or
)ORRUPTIM T 80 SOLJDse D mTATIN
Chronto sRhetimM ~ Serofula, .Gland
IWellig ~I~fgpvdtgh, MaouUs AI~
s, p plt Blei of
n pDsIa, Water'BraSi Tie u
Wht g. Tumors,- Uletr, Bis and14
Disease., Mercurial Diseses, Female Pi.
liuts, out-, Drop y Salt Ithen, Bronitls.
\.Iver ICempipnt, &0.
NOly 11144111 11" 161s~ ~awah 4lan ht
OF "1 11 Vnemlt - tai k A 0 =1 . e
wa he onlythsuve a etr
KIJO T AND DLBDDERCOKPLAINTS.
anm Wo11:1l DIeasfs, erave Diabees
r.h bee Abi n Mrl i al
SA w there are bricl4lst . or -
tbe water Is thiek, cloudy, mixed wit 6b.
Bt oes like the white of ane o thrsaligi
white silk or ther eB . be a 'k b9ilot -
appearan'e and-wh11l bono.w4 dpodita - ad
when ther e a prIOng, burnig "Ia
when PaIR1 water, and Palin I tfeasmeal 01
the baca ali oo -the loins. "1 by Drug
gista. PRION ON D)OLLAIL
QTARIAN TUMOR OF TEN TEARS' GROWTN
CURED BY DR. RADWAY'S R EERDIA.
one bottle ontanls mord ot the o= prno
ples *9 Medicines than any other FabamlP o
a In poonful doses, while o ;re
"in five r imes " muoh,
CURES AND. PREVENTS
DYSENTERY, DIARRHEA, ,
FEVER AND' AGUE,
. SORE THROAT;
Lcoseness, Diarrhw ca toiolsra Morbus or pain.
ful discharges from the bowels are stoppea in
16 or 20 minutes by to king Radway's heady lie..
lief. No congestion or Inflimmaton, ino weak
ites or lasdAtude w1il follow the u-e of the R. IL.
IT WAS THE FIRST AND -IS
The Only Pain Reninedy,
thAt instantly stops the most excruciating..
ains, alla a in fliunnatio. P, and cures 0ontres.
Cont, whether of the Lungs. Stomach Howelsi
or other glands or organs, by one appileation.
in from one to twventy ninutes, no mat
tar how violent or excruciating the, n. tile
S1,euniuc. Bed-ridden, flrnm. oripla. Nerv
ous. Neuragc o! rostrate(I with -ehm may
a rir.eADWAY'a READY RELIEF will afford,
Inlanmation of the Kidneys.
go'a asso of the BlAdder.,
EuafaMMMIsgt of the Rovvels.
(esioutintion of the Lunffmk.
more Throat, aliSflenlel, leathIng .
Pafipitatiosn of thehlleara.
Mysteries, Cromup, Diphtheria.
Efeudache, Tooltaehe ,
Niewvolvn~gelk, lele ne*
'olc Chills, Ague Chali.,
chiblain, and Froat Bites.
- o applicat'on of I he Ready Relief to the pars
or bats n hero the r'aln or d iflculty exists wal
Thirty to cixty drops in a half tumbler of
water will in a few ministes cure Crampa.
3nrainis 8our B:omach, Heartburn, Sick laed
stine, Diarrhiwa Dysentery, Colle, WInd in h e
Howels and all internal pains.
Travelers shoulu always carry a bot le of Rad.
Wft' Ready Itelief with them. A fewdropa in
lvatpr will prevent sIckness or paths from
change of water. It Is better than French
iandy or li t rs as a stImulant. Price Fift~y
Radwayfs Regulating Pills.
Perfect Purguatives, SoothIng Aperiente,
Aol Withotat ittin, Always ilabie
and Natural In their O)peratuon.
& TEGETABLE SURSTITPUTEt FORl ALOKE.,
Perfectly tao' e'ess, elega'.tl *Osted wit a.
weet um Durge, roguilat,', pu riy, cieainieandt
RanwAY's Piuts for the e o l iodr
of the -tomacl Liver, iowelofEall ldad.
der, 1Iervous Uiseases, Headachae, Consttin
VostiveneA9 indIgestion, l ipp sla, ts~o% -
ness. Fever. Inflammation of he Aoweis PIles,
and all derangements of the InternalVscr.
Warranted te olreot a perfect our Purely1
6 terus r ningno mercury, minerals os.
SWObserve the following sytnptoms resultisg
frotn Diseases of the Di estivo Organs : coso
atin, n w rdPiles, ' ilnoss' of the Blood in,
ado, ~Aidthe, Stomach, Nausea. Heart..
burn,' Dlsgusr of od, Fullness, or Weight In,
the Stomach, Sour Etructalions, Sl'ing or Flut -
tering at the Heart.Choiting or Suffering Sen,
sations when In a lying posture Dlithmess onl
Vluio Dots or Webs Before the 8igut Fover a.G
Dul pin in the Dead, Defleience of Perspira.
tion Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes. Pan aIn
the Aide. Chest. Limbs andBddnFuhse
Heat, Burning iII the Ileji.Sde luhs
A few doses of RAnwales Ptsuta will fre the/
system from all the above-named disord rs.
Friee, 5 ile'ts por Boa.
We repeat that the reader in .consult og
books and papers en the subjectot diseases and
ther'mure, amnong wigicu an~ay be named a
-'Pahtse and True ,"
.'" adway em Irritablte Ureth'a,
and others r4lating to different hlaes of Dim
SOLD BY DUGOISTS,
LEAD bIlE AND' TUE."s.
8 pd'rs letter starnj to RAiS* gyop
waore. .OP. tsh I e w
W Inermnation we-tb thousan(Ys will be sea
Ther'e can be no better g arav~tco of the tah
of Da, RiADwAT's old datauliahaetl R. It. R. Ra u
D than Ih0s a i~orthl is taltlsin
and Besureandaskfor Radwa ,'s da
TIhe most complete Mitchino 0 fr J[ran N
Paa erer itan, ni is now rui 'd pl.tco ben n
n toa t a a 'qOnt n au can hare
hO r il .n ae prat ic al ha wd our o n u s o rn a s
c U ,aiR it& &uo. t~oo, crin u. a
ocomp ailtit~ in any key on Plann or Oritil.
*it i t a PIs riee, s li t i0 gorld. PUiqo 0
A IRusbadid'*ifd'or *,'a.aS~n ae
toldnam d d a tiuc youc~"r~ e ftr oon.
lao.ocrtI'. dsel toupamiisbtesand
large consuanessa i1Argest stock
in ft entrgIj olinlily Sad terine the bea Csnntry
storekeepars ahoull:1opiler wr ite TI!J W ELLf.'TEA4
COMPANY, tOl al 8'ul4 l't.? . .6 46-.