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MicizaO QuALIrTss.-A copious flow 01
milk, sustained through many montis, is a
quality which'has been produced by art li
domestication. W Ild cattle rarely providt
more than enough milk to rear their owi
Salves, and the flow of it Is of compara,
tively short duration, Smuall in volume,
the miUk is rich In quality; but the lacteal
organs soon dry off again. Thisof course,
Is in harmony with the requirements of
the young animals in a wild state, and is a
correlation o the roving life and the hap.
haard feeding of the damp. More milk
than the calf re4uires under such condi
tious would be a waste of material energy
which nature does not encourage. It would
moreover, be an eccumbrance to the
mother. Wild cattle are neither good
milkers, nor good fatteners, and in parts
of England where calves are allowed to run
with their domesticated dams generation
alter generation, the breed of such animals
are not famous for milk-giving. Like that
of the mare and ewe, the milk is smaller
in quantity, rich in quality, and of short
duration. The desultory and irregular
sucking of the calf or foal or lamb is not
conducive to the development of a large
flow of milk, and it. distinctly tends to
shorten the flow. Haxid-nilking of a sini
ilar character has thu same effect, Young
Ieople are allowed to learn to how to milk
on cows which are going dry for calving,
not on those which are still in full flow.
New beginners soon dry up a cow's milk,
and bad milkers do the same.
Heavy milking properties, then, are ar
tieiial, in the sense that they have been
developed under domestication, and, by
careful breeding, for a given end; yet, like
many other qualities, which are little more
than mere geims in nature, they become
heredity by long usage. Few Sorts of ani
maIS, if any, are more susceptible than
cattle of being moulded into what we
want, no physical quality is so easily train
ed and developed as that of giving milk.
it is a funocions, which, constantly varying
of itself, can be dwarfed or extendw at
'will. .By ieans of Intelligent training,
Kint treatment, aud intelhgent breeding,it
can be developed and made hereditary; ant
opposite system keeps it in a state or na.
ture. The natuire a cow and tile food
tAie receives have a gieat deal to do witb
herl milking powers; quick and silent hand
milking cows has all along tendered great
ly to the development of the lIateal glands
and this development has biecomno horet.i
tury in our best milking breeds. The owei
of time Larzae breed of seep, from whose
uilk the famous Roquefort, cheese is mate
in France, have been hand-niliked tor gen.
ciations, so that their uniking propsrt iea
are now considerable and inherited. By
repeatedly exciting the teats it is even pos
aible to cause an animal that has nevel
borne offspring to y l i a small quanity
of miilk, and a cow sometiies Iemaimi
baIrren everal years titter having had a
cali, giving a prI. itable quatit i y 01 millk
all the while.
-w 1s rr WITH Youu lstr-rrx. -To fae,
tidious persons butter can be spoiled befort
the milk leaves the stable; it can be spoil
ed by the hithy or unhealthy condition of
a coy-, by a careless milker, by dirty puthl
or pans, and in nunberless wayr. To avoid
all this every process should lie under the
Ianagemient of one intelligent and cleanly
person. To begiti at the beginning, all of
the cows should be good, healthy animals
and rich milkers. A shigle scalawag will
deteriorate the gilt-edge quality ok the bult
ter and detract Iromi the profits. Ther
their feed shonu be suitable in quaht3
awd quatity; the water absolutely freh.
anid pure, stabhug cleani and~ coimlortable
Irce fromi foul odors. Trhe milking mus
be looked after elosely to insure its being
done ini a cea-nly manner with ean hands,
Fx i-xiitCcmeND lence-builder-s and others
who use wocd in the rough for posts, tiee,
etc., unite ini thle opiniion that thnber ci
in summer, while the bark will yet pee
I reely, as miuchi inore durable than tha
lulled in the winter. There Is lets of so
lubie sap in the trunk and( liubs to absori
inislture, teli niit, ni11d induce deccay.
IN husking, be carefui to sort out all thi
lX.oor ears aind soft inibbins. P'ut onll
sound ci-mn in the crib. (live the inuhbi
to the pgs. It, will not do to feed snel
I ood to hiorses~lhey nced goodi sound grain.
lFeedxng green corn to pigs and fattini
hogs shouild be begun Judiciously. D~on'
overfeed. LFor the best results, fatting
swIne abiould be br ought to full feed witi
uite as much care as a eer.
Tumx proper way to test the butter froin
Jersey cows, considering the rivailry notv
existing, is to get. all the best animals to
gether and1( allow the milking, chiurnlni.
said preparing to be done under the ob)
servation of a commnittee, as each ownel
differs ini the quantity of salt used and tht(
manmer of workinug out t he mnilk, whichi
may affect thec weight.
'rTu best results fromn wood ashecs ar<
t3ecuiredl by addmig a small p~roportion 0:
conomo salt. Ashes contamn all the into.
c ral elements of the plant, asnd they exerl
a good infuence in unlocking tea tihity Ihat
wouhld not be otherwise available. In burn
ing anythinig the clokrine it contains is car
u td of! with the simoke and sal, chllorh
Il sodiumll suipplies theii deniciency.
An 0o(d poutltry raiser, WhO bhievea lii
mailk for fowls, says, "it is meat, and dinik
bo th. Some of the fnest chienens i evei
sauw wore r-aisedl upon the free use of milk
with their food. liens lay as well, or
better, when funished with this than any
Knowu. 'ticle oliered themn.''
As a wash~ for the trunks and buyEnches
of I ruit treea, Mr.Caisrles [Downing recoin.
nlondsl a solution of onie ptund of potashi
aush im a galton of water. Apply with a
briush at any time, but especially in the
spring. One or two applications will ridl
the8 trees oz the bark-louse, and render the
bark smooth and glossy.
1F' youl have henis of the right breedi an(d
sge, warmi and sunny ciuarters for them tr
stay in, and keep them supplied with eve
rything they need, you will have eggs,
snmply becaaee hens can no miore help lay
ing than they can help breathing.
Soini~atstock is generally fed at a losi
sid should be tuirned- over to tihe butcheg
mit the earliest pi-actical (late, andic the pro.
(teds investedl in umproved atock, stick al
can under ordiniary chtenm stances tbe de.
pe(ndedi upon to returni the greatest profit
ifir the amount of food consumied.
IiBin'og as far as possible the amnount ol
fencig upon your farm,, and put that
which is necessary int first, class condi
tion. Fences at best are (lead capital.
lsduce that capital to the smallest p~os.
F a u s in te n d e d fo r w h a s o u d b
cultivated frequently, especially after a
warm rain. Piant food Is developed verny
iapidly in i~oi at much a time, and espe
cially if it be a stubble with graio com.
mnnencing to grow.
KE'~ssNEg will sotten leather haid meo
by- water, and render it as pliable as new
How To HANO HAMs.--A wagon loa.
dod with hams drove up to a curb near
where a couple of gentlemien were
standing, when one of them asked the
other why It was that nearly every one
hung the r hams by the hook or shank?
The reply was "I suppose it is more
convenient." The first speaker stated
that it was probably the case, but that
it was not the correct thing to do. The
string should be put through the oppo
site end and the ham hung the small
end down. When done in this manner,
families and others would find that they
would rarely, if ever, have a spoiled
ham. The reason given was that the
socket in which the hip joint worked
would collect the juices of the meat
above it, and having no chance to filter
through the flesh and evaporate, it
would remain in the cup or socket, and
then putrify. He stated alSo that he
always hung his own in that manner
and never had any difficulty with his
meat. It was always as sweet aboit
this bone as any other part of the ham,
if not more so
FACrs ABOUT Frou.-Flour is pecu
liarly sensitive to the atmospherc inflii
enoces, houcoe it should never be stored
in a room with sour liquids, nor whore
onions or fish are kept, nor any article
that taints the air of the room in which
it is stored. Any smell perceptible to
the sense will be absorbed by the flour.
Avoid damp cellars or lofts where a free
circulation of air cannot be obtained.
Keep in a cool, dry, airy room, and not
exposed to a freezing temperature nor
to intense summer or to artificial heat
for any length of time above 70o to 75v
Fahrenheit. It should not come in
contact with grain or other substances
which are liable to heat. Flour should
be sifted and the particles thoroughly
disintegrated and then warmed beforo
baking. This treatment improves the
color and baking properties of the
dough. The sponge should b prepared
for the oven as soon as the yeast. hIaw
performed its inssion, otherwise fe rimen
tation sets inl an1d acidity results.
GANE .8ALSAD.-Cold grOtI5, par
tridge and pheasant may bi used in this
way: Cut thei into joiiitli 111(1 put
them into i pie-lihml; meason with salt,
and pepl)or, and pour over them the
juice of a lemon aintd about two ttai)le
spoollflls of very fresh salad oil; let
them remain inl this for three or four
hois. Flaving eut. lp and dried a
fresh letttice, place it. inl a flat (1111 and
arrange the )iecesB of game which hiave
been in the oil and lemoin juico iatly
in the contre; over the game pour a
salad sauoe, which should be of the con
sistency oh thick rean Ornaniont the
top with slices of hard-boiled egg, fillots
of well-washed and scraped aichovies,
and gainish with tiny bits of parsley.
Cold chicken or the white meat from a
cold turky out into small pieces may
be treated in this way.
A NEw IDEA IN BREAD MAKIN.
tale but pefectiy saweet howc-made
bre'q can be dispoead of in tius way:
soak it in milk or water till soft, then
mix it with your spongo. Squeeze the
mailk or water from it. bofore adding to
the sponge; its presence will never be
perecived in the new bread. A somo.
what similar econiomiy canl be0 pr.lctised
in regard to bnckwheat cakes; take
those that ate left at b~ronkfas.t, break
them in small pieces and put thoui ini
the fresh hatter; they will soon1 be comt
pletely assimnilatedi, and the enkes will
be even better for havmng thein in the
batter; they will be of a miore dcidted
brown, and hiavei a smoother sur'face.
EscALL~oVEo TIunxI( .-.Moistien bread
crumbs with a little milk; bitttecr apa
and put in it a layer of crumbs, t hen a
layer' of chuopped (not very Iioe') eold
turkey, seasouned with salt and p~e1pper,
then a layer of crumbs, tad to on utntil
theo pan is full. if any gravy or udres
sing has been left, add it. Make a
thickening of' 01ne or two egis, half a
cuip or miilk, and1( quiarter of ai cupi of
butter atnd bread crumbs; season, and
spread it over- th1e topi; cover we'i ha panfh1,
bake half an hour, and theta lot it
JTtuEY PUinnNo. -One pola of sweet.
milk, five Boston crackers rolled fneo
and sonked ini vrnight; hiall a cup
of butter, throe-quarters of a cup of
sugar, four eggs, 0110 cupI of raisins,
half a teaspoonfull of cloves, half a tea
ispoonaful of ciuinao, half a nutmtleg.
Bake anid servO with "'yellow sauce,"
made as follows: One-thlurd ot a (cup of
butter, beaten)m light, two-thirds of a
cup of sugar and the yolk of an egg.
Mix well, anad p)our on it 0on0 cup) of
boiling water. Wheun it coo~ks a litttle,
add tile beaten white of the egg, stir
ring in a spoonful at a time.
Warra CANDY --White onndy made
from tihis reip)e lhas the morit of being
pure: One pound of anigar, two thirds
of a tumbler of water, onec teaspoonlful
of vinegar, aI picoe of butter thae sizo of
a walnut, 11alf a teaspoonful of creaml of
tartar; boil for twenaty minutes, withlout
stirring. Pourli on butttored( plates to
cool, then butter your hanads and pull.1
have a lithte vanilla or lemon in) a saue -
plate and wet. your hands witha it. oceans.
CASToB FOR~ ]hoILINu Eoos. -For
breakiast boiled eggs, little wir~e statnds
atre now sold. Tlhoy are the shapeI) of a
tiny castor, wvith sockets for three, four
or six eggs; in the idicl a is a heandle
a long iaie loop1. Place the eggs in
their sockets and stanud thae egg-catpau
in a saucepan of bomiing water. Thoa
castor can then be lted out, wviped dry
and placed 0on the breakIaa~t tale., wh1en1
the reqtuired number of minutes have
LOUISIANA CnEAM! CHvEa.-llaye a
clear white ttto bag in which to pour~
a large bowl of clabbor; htang it up, and
let it dIrip) for two hours; thon empty
into perf oraited chnese moulds of ditf'er.
ont shlapes-stars, flowers or fruit.; let
it remain itn them tlutil wanted for tea,
Carefully turan it on1 a pllate, antd have a
itcher of rich sweet creaml wvith augar
and gratedt nutmeg in it. Servo the
cheese in saucers, anud cover witha cream
MRND!NG LaAOE CoMTAINA. Old lace
curtains that have little holes in the
netting can be made to appear whole
when they are laundried. T1aoke a lpie
of lace, or very thin muslic, antd whloa
the curtain is scratched starchl tils picco
also and put it ever the spot wvhicha
needs monding, .lt will show very little
at all, and the starch will keep' it in
IF Mrs. P. will apply dry buckwheat
flour at night she will be delighted to
find In the morning the grease spots
have totally disappeared without injury
to the texture or color of the choicest
fabr-io, The above is so valuable a fact
that it is a pleasure for me to give the
knowlndu to yvar nnloum- Yeme.
A nXitrLLANT idea: "You are looking
bad," remarked tSnowberger to Colonel
Percy Yorger. "What's the matter ?"
"The doctor says my lungs are effected
and that I must not take more than
three drinks a day." '-I would try some
other doctor." "I did, and lie said the
same thIng." "Well, then, if each one
of them said you could take three drinks
a day, that makes six drinks." "I nov
er thought of that before, I'll see the
rest of the doctors in Austin, and if
they all say I can takte three dritike a
day, that will make about sixty drinks a
day, and that is as much as is good for
A hilgh Opinion,
Capt. John J. Dawson, late of the Brit.
ish Army, residing . on Love street, be
tween Mandeville and Spain, this city,says
he used'St. Jacob's Oil with the greatest
possible advantate when afilted with
rheuma tism.--New Orleans 7'imes Do.
JUoMnOrATION ilcidot: A clerk at Cas
tle Gardon who had been reading the
debate on the anti-Chinese bill and just
finished donator .itnunds' remarks
about the necessity of homogeneity
among the )eolple of the Republic,
glarced up at ai Irish omigrant who
was leanmg against the desk and sober
ly isked: "Put, are you homogeneous?,
"Divil a bit," suid Pat; ',I'm a Corko
**The sane measure will not stilt all
a!retiistances." But Kidney-Wort suite
till cases of liver, bowels aud kidney dis
cases and their concomitants, piles, con
stipation, diabetes, ague, etc. Try it ant
you will say so too.
O'flu the Diamond Dyes more coloring
is given for ten cts. than in any 15 or 25
ccit dyes, and they give faster and more
Coor it and eloudior: * There is no
io of talking," said a Now Haven wom
an. "Every time I move I vow I'll
never move again; but such neighbors
as I get inl with I Seems as though they
grow worse." "Indeed," replied a
friend. "Perhaps you take tho worst
neighbor with you when you move."
An oppressivo atnosphore prevails in
(,ai vou find a case 3t Liright's Disease
of the Kidneys, Dabetes, Urinary or Liver
Comiplinnts that is cnrable, that htop Bit.
ters has not or cannot cure? Ask your
neighbors if they can.
Tim Fabian policy: A boar, wishing
to rob a beo-hive, laid himself down in
front, of it and overturned it with his
paw. "Now," said he, "II will perfect
ly still and let the bees sting me until
they are exhausted and powerless; their
honey may the he obtained without
opposition." And it was ro obtained,
but by a fresh bear, the other boing
An old physician, retired from practice,
having had placed in his hands by an
Ea~ist India ;missiontary the formula of a
suupie vegetable remedy for the speedy
and permanent cure of Consumption,
lironichitin, Catarrh, Asthma and all threat
antd Lung A ffectionsq, also a posiuive andi
radicai cure for Nervous Debility and all
Nervous Complaints, after having tested
its wonderi id curative powers in thoeisands
or eases, hats felt it his c'uty ::iake it
known to his suillering fellows. Actuated
by this motive and a, desire to relieve Iiu
man auffering, I will send free of charge,
to all who desire It, this recipe, in Ger
mian, French or En~iglish, with full direc
tionis hor preparing andt using. Sent by
maul by addressiing wtih stamp, naming
this paper, W. A. Noyes, 1l1 Potwer's
PnmRin'roonit' joke: "'J)id you present
your aeccounit, to> the dlefendanlt ?"' in
'juired a lauwye'r of his clerk.. "'I did,
sir." "Whatnii did hie sayy" "Hie tol
me to go to devil, sir." "We.Vll, and
what did you do after that ?" " Why, I
camne to you, sir."
MYeraInY So.vSD.-T'he 'rent secret of
the woiidorfuil success of VEOiRT'NK. It
strikes at the root ot disease by purifying
the blood, restoring the liver and kidneys
to healthy action, invigorating the nervous
EXEnlmtisxtel the great teacehor: "If
ever I luarry I au'at seek for mind:
mind'sn too cold. I'll choose an omo
tionual woman. " 'lDon'itido it,'' ongerly
exclaime. hit bald-hieaded friend.
"Do)~n't. tio it, r implore you1. My wife's
n't emiotion'al \vomain,.'
(iures Norvous Decbility anti We ikness
of Gjenerative Organi', $ I all druggisty,
Send for cirenhar. Allen's Phiarmuacy, ,$18
izrst iiv. N. Y.
'lE1'iAnAP. lesson: Ilw goeth
Wh'itel mIl getutlemn , viewmug the Sl.
Pamtrick proceAsionu ini N.ew York, over
heardi a fo'ot man 5:)iy: "R Iedad I thue wvhis
kyv Hollers roid~es the horses, bmut thue
wihiskey driiinkfc~ra goe's a-lu t.'
'Tle bi i on for 18S83 or the sterline Mt'd.
di Am 'iaml, known.VI as ilmotetter'q Alma
nac.,~ no i'w reaudy, andi may bem mobt idneid.
iir/e of coat, of drtuggista indui generu ioin
try dealers in all parts of thne United
States, Mtexico, and indleed in eve'y' civi
lizedi port ion of the Weewrn l clemihere.
This Alhunaa has been' issmedl regulair
at thme conn enifcemen~it oif every year for
over onec.flth of a comaruy. It comibines.
with the soundest practical aldvie for thie
pirestervatioin and1 restoraitiotn of healthi, a
large aumount of Interesting anti anmisun'
littnt reainte, innd t he calmndar, notruono
mical calcubiuti in,s, 'hi'onologicail itmsi,
&care pienared~o withi grea' care, aind
will he foundi entirely accturate. The
tise of lI I'tetter's Ahr:umicm for 18~83 will
probably he lie largest ' htlin of a miedi
cad work ever pubmlsh'ed in any countre'.
The p~roprietors, Aless. Liostetter &
Smith, Pit]'buirgh, Pu., on receipt of a
two cent stamp, will, forward a copy hy',
mail to i 'p person whio Canmnot procutre one
in his negborho odl
A riy'v story ini hour linea: 1''wnt
to hite you," said lie. "What fo'r?'"
a tid she. "'Kian I love you," said hre
fs a part of a convorsal ion we overheard
a few days ago biy a couple ini our town.
Straighte'n your boits and( shoes with
hyon a P'ateet 1100e1 Stilfeners, and wear
Mus. SAua, mother of Jesse
James, says she knows her dear boy has
gone to heaven, and the Elmira iFree
Press begins to suspeot, accordingly,
that heaven is not a enafe place. It a n~o
sure thing thiat pocor Cornell1 Vanderbilt
Having been troubled withs very bad
Cough for about two years and having
tried almost every cough mixture that
was ever made, I havo fotnud none that ba
given me such great relief as Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup atid I earnestly recomnynd
it to all allitoted. Jienj. F. Duggan, 14
Park 1ace. Neow York,
A TUrB partisaU: "No, sir,'' said th<
Michigan Republican visiting Washing
ton; "I don't vote for that inan Horr
again. Why, he aetually laughed at v
joke male by a llounocrat. Is tha.t stick
ing to his parly ?"
llosToN, Nov. 18, 187&.
I. R. 8TvvzN%, RAQ.:
Dear Sir--During the pat five years I have had
ample olportunity to judge of the merits of Vuo
TINI. MY wife bas used it for complaints attend*
ing a lady of delicate health, with more beneflotal
results than anything else which she ever tried. I
have given It to my children under almost every
orenmstance attending a iprge family, and always
with marked benefit. I have taken it oyself 'with
such great benefit that I cannot find words to ex
press my unqualifled appreciation of its goodness.
Whl' performing my duties as a Police Officer
In this city, it has been my lot to fall in with a
great deal of sickness. I nohesitatingly recon.
mend VEO rTIN, and I never knew of a case where
it did not prove all that was claimed for it. Par.
ticularly in cases of debilitated or impoverished
state of the blood, its effects aro really wonderful;
and, for all complaints arising front an impure
state of the blood, it appears to work like a charm;
and I do not believe there are any circiunstances
under which VEORTINK can be used with injurious
results; and it will always afford me pleasure to
give any further information as to what I know
a bout V KUris.
W ILLIAM B. HILL,- Police Station 4.
"GAINED RIGIT POUNDSlI TIIRE WEEKS.a
MR. IL 11. BTEVENS:
Dear Sir-Having used but three bottles of your
VROETINK in a very bad case of liver conpiaint, I
find myself improving rapidly; am weighing eight
ounds more at present than I did when I began
king It, and believe with a continuance or a
small quantity more I shall be entirely cured. Be.
fore I began taking the VZoETINE I was under the
doctor's care; was sick a long time. Mr. Smith
who had received great beneit from taking the
VKOETINB, advised nie to try it. I can cheerfully
recommend it to everyone as a good medicine as
the Vegetine has done wnore for ime than the aoo.
tors could do. JAS. A. JOHNSON,
No. $28 Brownistreet, Rochester, N. Y,
Vegetine is Sold by All Druggists.
i HAS BEEN PROVED ,
o The SUREST OURE for I
Does a laimo bako dtnordcred urine indi
cato that you na a vlotim P THEN DO NOT 0
Eu ITrsuso riney-wort at oncoe,<drug. g
gisa rcoiuoit)anditwillspeedily over.
como the dine and restoro healthy action. *
Z La dies * companta pooular 2
Sand weaknessaes, Kidnuey-Wort in unsurpassed,
Sas it will act promptly and safoly.
EiBthorsoax. Incontinenoo, rotontion of urine,
brick dust orsropy dcposit.e, and dun dragging Cj
pains, all speedily yield to its curative power.
43 s-SOLD DY ALL DRUGGISTS. Prico S1. M
If you are sIck Hlop Ilitters will surely ald Na
ture it mtaking you well whien all else falls.
I f yout ala costive or dyspteptic, or are suffering
fromt any other of the numerous diseases or thte
stomoah oir bowels, it, ia your own fault if you ro
inzad til, for 1101) Billers aro a soreign remnedy ip
Kll Such comlplaintji.
if you are wastitig away with arty fornm of Kid
nOy' disease, stopj temptIng D~eathi this moment,
sit l tr a cure to Htop Bitters.
If you are sick withitthat terrible alckntess, Nor
votiunes, youi WHi tund a ' lalatnit (Otlead"' mi the
use of flop lilt ora.
If you are a freqttentler, or a' resident of a mia
mlatlc dlistrictlnarricaiie your syatemn agarinst the
scourge of all icolrica--malarial, epidemic, bli
Ious, and lintermnittent fevers-by the use or Hop
113you have rough p'rmplv or tsallow skin, had
brteath, utaand ac lus, anl feel minsorable gen
erally, I op hItters will give you faIr skin, rich
blo(Ni, atnil sweetest ibreatih, health, ititi (lolnfor,
in shot they cure all DIseaca of the at4)mtacht,
Hownels, itinid, Liver, Narvos, Kidneys, firlgltt's
Disease. $-500 will be paid for a case they wil not
enure or htell,.
Thatzi poor, beodrldden, invatlki wife siater,
moot her, or daughter, carn be made tile 11 eture of
health, hy a few b'ttlies of 1101. fBitters, costinig
bult a tille. Wilt von let them nsuffer ?
DR. KLINE'8 G REAT
Dzszsrs. Ox.av as csns: sos NEavz Arrsc
riossF rss,E i.E s,to.INFAJLLIBLE If takien
dirote. Knteafer iradays ua.Treatie &
$trial battle free to Vit (ases~they paying express
barges ont box vwhen received. Send ntarn. P.O~and
express addtreas of afliceod Io Ds. KL1IE,31 Arch
- Haneatdd au fromaiobers,
TRUSS Isainsu sobae
wihh ilb age. wib lngh
Iayandntbt anda e ceas I lasay derbl
EOU LESTON T RUSS CO., Chicago, Ill
4mIFNTAM WA %TI:1) for the itesl andl Vastest
scillig I tetorial Hooks anid jHihkl. P'ricea re
ti a edl M re cnt NArroArI 'su, Co. Philada., Pa.
'WA N TED HOME
J-wJ. ttin OODj H EA\LTH
P. RIGL R .,Phladphia,Pas.
r isaoit.PotrTI -h u. r
when I1 a.' e.t Is. bal notl man merefly to a thom
fo: a time atneud the havetm retar .aw s i*' an
a ienure I itrhvpepmay or th n is oIrs. PI.t
u warran o rm do noutrot therl ostp th o
caa, others ai rt vodia no re-ason for not pow re
co nn a cure. 1 el at ones for a teati ean4 a Fro
Ibottie~ of mnrt infai' ihile remted. oive lCxrrs and
p estoffia-e. It cists you ntothing for a t rial, i ad if
estroyou. A dreae Dr. HI. Cl. 11 ) 1', 155 Pecarl l8t.N. Y.
Thsose answer. au aSdvertteegtSIPa
wIU eenter a fa ~e a the at(
*lams Aut4 sbp by statS.
iha / mssi, lsassi vertjaeeoat
Woormt goods may be nicely wesbed
if you put half an ox gall into two gal.
Ions of tepid water. It might be well
to put the goods in the water also. If
the mixture is not strong enough, put
in another ox gall. Should this fail to
do the work, put in the entire ox, re
serving the i for soup. The ox gall
is comparatively useless for soup and
should not be preserved as an article of
***"Test a man's profession by his prac.
tice. Physician heal thyself I" Physl-.
clans not only heal themselves with Kid
ney-Wort, but prescribe it for others for
the worst cases of biliousness and consti.
pation, as well as for kidney comDlants,
If you feel out of sorts and don't know
why, try a package of Kidney-Wort and
you will feel like a new creature.
IMYaTllhons of packages of the Dia
mond Dyes have been sold without a single
complaint. Everywhere they are the fa.
To remove starch and roughness from
flat-irons, hold the iron on a large grind
stone for twenty moments or so, then
wipe off carefully with a rag. To make
this effective the grindstone should be
in motion while the iron is applied.
Should the iron still stick to the goods
when in use, spit Oi it.
Can't Get It.
Diabetes, Bright's Disease, Kidney,Url
nary or Liver Complaints cannot be con
tracted by you or your family if Hop Bit
ters are used, and if you already have any
of these diseases Hlop Bitters Is the only
medlecne that will positively cure you.
Don't forget this, and don't get some puff
ed up stuff that will only harm you.
To clean ceilings that have been
smoked by kerosene lamps or. the fra
grance from fried salt pork, remove the
(seiling, wash thoroughly with borax,
turpentine and rain water, then hang
on the clothes line to dry. Afterward
pulverize and sprcad over the pie-plant
bed for spring wear.
Imagino for a moment the thousands
upon thousands of bottles of Carbolino, the
deodorized petroleum hair renewer, annu
ally sold, and the fact that not a single
complaint has been received from all these
thousands, and you may have Fo.ne idea
of its good qualities.
To wash black silk stockings, prepare
a tbil) of lather, composed of tepid rain
water and white soap with a little am.
monia. Then stand in the tub till
linner is ready. Roll in a cloth to dry.
Do not wring but press the water out.
This will necessitate the removal of the
TWENTY-FOUR II OURS TO LIVE.
From John Kuhn, Lafayette, Ind., who announce,
that he is now In "perfect health." we have the fol
[owing: "One year ago I was, to all appearance, in
the iast stages of Consumption. Our best physi.
'tana gave my case up. I finally got so low that
,ur doctor said I could not live twenty-four hours.
\fy frie-nds then purchased a bottle of DR. WIM.
'IALL'S nABALSAM FOR THE LUNGS. which con.
ide.rahiv benefited me. I continuod uitil I took
tin bottles. I ain now in pertect health, having
ined no other medicine.
DR. D.wITr o. KELLINOEIVR LINIMENT is an
enfalible cure for Rhieumatiam, H rais. imenemi
tnd DtafeI of ilie Scali,. and or promoting Lthe
growth of tho irair. ______
To soften water for household pur
poses, put in an otunee of quicklime in
.a certain quantity of water. if it is not
suflicient, use less water or more quaek
lime. Should the immediate lime coni
timue to remain deliberate, lay the wa
ter downi oin a stonet and pouiid it with a
b~ase- ball club.
Mlensmaun's l'eptom~aze:, tu'er tonic. the
mnly preparation or beef contaiuing its en
tire nut ri tions pr.oportLies, It continis
;)lood-mnakinug, force generatm g and life
lustalming pro~perties; invaluable for ladi
estion, dyspepasia. nervous p~rostration, and
di forms of general debility; also, in aUJ
3nfeebled conditions, whether thme result of
'xhaustion, nervous prostration, overwork
.>r acute dlisease, part icularly u! resuling
trOli piilmon'ry Cointiludintts. Cas well,
tlazarit & Co., propiritors, New York.
Sold by all druggists.
To remove oils, variishecs. resins, tar,
oyster soup, currant jelly and other
selections from thme bill of fare use ben
zime soap and chloroform cautiously
wvitht whitewash brushi aiid garden hose.
T'hen hang on wood pile to remove thme
pungent eitlivjn of the benzine.
*Lydma E. Pimkhami'n Vegetable Comn.
poundi( has done thtousanids or women more
good than the medicine of niany doctors.
Fiva thres tare fifteen: A servant
wil, turn for figures had live egga to
biadbeimg told to give them three
minutes each boiled them a quarter of
an hour adtogther.
LierEs'T from the seat of war: 44js thei
General on the retired list ?" they askedr
of his wife the other eveninig. "Retiredi
No, indeed I" she replied; lao's down 9
to the club playing poker."
1Wr. Kline's (Ire it. Nerve Iteitorer is th,,
mi., v. io of the ag' for ail nel ye cdix axes. All
lits stLppti it 0. rtiund to 931t Arcih strt et'
THEu puns on wheels, spokes, feiloct
and hubs go rolling down the grooves
of time, trotting at about tile siame gait
they were several hundred years ago.
SuE had been In this country only a
short time, coming from the Emerald
isle, so her employer was not suirprised ,
when she casually asked if he'd have his
eggs boited in hot or cold water.
''Rough en Rats." Cleara out rats, mico,
tiio, roeone, bed-bugs, ants, veri'n. 15:
31oTlida SWAN S WonM~ SYRUP. for lover ishi
ness, ruemiosns, worais. Tilsteless. 25c.
To remove scars or scratches from the u
limbs of a piano, bathe the limb in a ~
jolution of tepid waiter and tincture 01
sweet oil, Then apply a strap of court
plaster and put the pianio ot oin tin
lawn for the children to play horse
ExcrITIN game of poker: '-Do you
play pokor, Mrs. Hohok wales ?" "I do;
I pinty it oni Mr. 8elh an k waies' head
Fon dyspopsia, pour one quart, of
cold water on two tabllespooifals o1
unslacked lime; lot stant a few mnitos,
bottle and cork, and whop clear it is
ready for use; put three talesoimuls
in a cup of malk, ando d'riink ay timo,
usually before meals.
Whta glass soeper slicks in the
bottle pass a strip of woolen clotn rouind
the neck of the vessel ando see saw it
backwards and( rorwardls. Thbis frhi..tn~i
heats and causes the neck to expiatd, so
that thme atoqpor becomes loose. Oau this
principle of expansion by heat a tight
screw lay be withdrawn fronm a metal
socket by auurmulndng the latter with a
ERM AN REME
Rheumatism, o~eural la, Sclatica
Lumbago, Backache, Headache, Toothache,.
More Tiru a n paats a Iiruiae4
AND ALL OT1E1ht DOILY PAINS AND A'llE.
Sold by Druggists and Dealers every where Filty Centa& bottk
Direotions lI Ii Languages.
TIE VUfA128PS A. VOI4OLMIIl CO.
(sesor to A. VO OP.LEn A CO.) itailsmore, Xid., . L A.
MRS. LYDIA E. P1W(IMNil, OF LVIIN, MASS.,
LYDIA E. PHINKHAM PS
Is a Poaill vo Curo
for all tiese 4n' 00mplninto An Wenenes
soosunuon toonirbest, feusulo Population.
It wIll cure ontirely ihe worst lorm of FoinloCorn.
plaints, all ovariant troubles, Innlauntation and Ulcera
tion, Failing and D161pincomonte, and the consequent
Spinal Weakness, and Is p~articularly adapted to the
Chango of Lfe.q
It wvill dissolve andl expel tusmorm from thse titerno In
an early stago of development. The tendiency to can
curous humoers theroiso chreheel very speedilly by Its usto.
It remnoves faliness, fintulency, dotitroym all clruving
for stlimulants, and l ceren wvenkiness of (to stornach.
It Cures lilaatng, ftnohwhos, Nervous Proctration,
General Debility, blecilessness, lroesin and Indi
That feoling of teoing down, causing pain, weight
and backai, to always pormanently cured by Its use.
It wilal atmes asd under all circumstances act to
harmony wih the lawn that govern the fmiale ystem.
For tho sure of Kid noy Comnplaints of either sex" thi
Compound tI unsurpassed.
INDI A E?. P1INKIl A31'8 VEOErT ATELE COM.
POUNDies prepared at 233 and 23, Western Avotse,
ognn,Mtamn e. rmc m-. Six bottlos for 05. entby mall
In the form of pille, also in tho form of lozenges, on
receipt of pric, $ pr box for either. Mrs. iuskh
f-roelylswors all ettersof inquiry. end for Pamh
let. Address as above. Mention WMe Znapr.
No famny should bo without I-DIA E . PINe RA S
IAVElt PiL.. They cure constipation, billousnese
and torpioity of th,.1 Coer. a cents eer box.
Co - Sa d by all Drusralats. -"
i ith for:0 ll i th o firae of og
orly a es all l ttr or i lory. Ben foamh
No fanly hvothi hof Rihontnts LDAn realNK~iI
auof topt wofth for. of cenis eribodieae.
g av boo bucky rol Iovd,uainotm imo
M-I cl ryse cao sent the mai pos
WEL3 8RtHAteuethdRDiN80.,uflring 'tont
of th woe forao hnir-e dieae
ItPRmember tha .JamrD ilta Dital enLr)rB. D1G!the 11
rinU-l loratee you maty chool. to -al
I lLaS alI fiAlth, 18 th.e g rhngtoutari
ealt. I is he arrion f !.10 umanforres
1 we itwxswa h replc smt ho
J tomwnhorm appt forinua ltlte' Aiar nac tA for
uh13ll~ pdhohlers b it ek herti m oe aais y10Ct~S~
phaitory tise arrentolrof ebah lie ortres s,
I cno~., -rn4 ko~-r iv or, ew Yoh ii
WHATr' W~tr Io ill I. HEitm WaTHE m
It will dtoEt and ndicatoi
dire UUEinva s
limi. ikm'er ~ namment. oy. wil eniona
lii. S mmmli i r-ioiiims orderim-m ommnm' roephoars
mimmiil -vr3wlm-mI.Amhr or~ bodU U . 1( Si. Pos ago.,
a rmmeli o it I t V ah o rtolieiam
lay sitfor r * (Ii. li irm .. mmii ery0 m i me . ~ O, are -t
poo ,twdlar. 0 ,
- IPt~ wiarmete hand lra
iho watherc. It iis toi wndert
IA D~~~. a unfaittag ad tl'all
be iA euting Epilepti.
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OUUAND lns, 8t. Vitus D0a9,
a~ndr a mese
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wit ovmber.l neder and14 ostaaTaSt.
3W The Newe Volume (19) conmences,
three months; It wtell sasttfy you that you
ean subscribe Two Dollar for a year n*
et ten times it. value.
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