That benzoin is an excellent polish or the finger navis. That vaseline, taken half a teaepoonÍTil at a time, eufos a cold. That the euperfluoUs hairs may be made less plainly visible tiy bleachng them. That au oxeellont beautifier for the complexión is a hot water bath folowed up by daba of eau de cologne ijvon th" tace. That peopte who are unable to Bleep after drlnkitng tea or coffee flnd that the; can en-Joy the sw-eetest kind )f repose after drinkinK cocoa. That a mixture of támcture of benzoin and rosewater is an excellent remedy for tighte-nimi' the skin when t is inclined to form -svrinkles. That a chanse in the weather will oftt'ii cause disasreeable spots upon lift complexion in the summer. The rpmedy may often le found in simple, eooling drinks. That tlie hands may bs kept f rom yrespiring by powderfng them with Lnely pmlveriaed starch perfumed witli htIb root or sandlewood powder or anything el&e that may be preferred. It is saiil a geranium leaf is a wise remedy for a cut finger, bruised nail aiiy kindred injury. It entirely iiitr.inks arnii-a in efficacy in BttCh asee, in the opinión of those that i;iw used it. Take one or two i'iivi's of the common fish geranium ind bmlse well; hold ovit ateam or lip in hot water for a moment to eoftem, tlien bind on the ivound; relew wlien dry.