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The Loudon Pall Mall Gazette
says: "England can no longer
furnish her own butter. The
cheaper kinds come from America,
for Americans, even with their rich
pastures and improved stock of
cows, cannot make the best grade.
The high-priced grades come to
Southampton from Normandy and
Brittany. And why is good butter
not made in England ? Because
the dairymaid with her pail is a
thing of poetry and the past. Be
cause farmers' wives and daugh
ters now think dairy work a degra
The Gazette proceeds to state the
enormous income which dairy farm
ing carried on by women has
brought to France ; the daughter
of a dairy farmer often receiving a
dower of twenty thousand dollars
on her wedding day. Much of it
is the product of her own work
skill and management.
We might go on with the in
quiry. Why cannot Americans make
thke best grade of butter? Because,
the business has gone out of the
hands of the farmer's wife and
daughter, -and is done by ma
chinery. Near Philadelphia, in the
* rich hill-farms, there are a few old
Quaker. dames and their daughters
who are not ashamed of this old
time craft ; whose yellow fragrant
pats of butter, wrapped in cool
leaves, and packed in tubs delicate
ly clean, are known all over the
country, and command $1 or $1.50
pound in any city market.
"But," says the farmer, "are our
daughters, who have received a mo
dern education, to go back to the
old drudgery of their grandmo
We question whether the modern
education has not made them de
spise too much~ the old drudgery?i
In the majority of cases, these
daughters are still compelled to
work for their living. They crowd
into the cities, as poor artists,
china decorators, clerks, shop-girls,
or they besiege editors with mawk
In this slighted dairy work is a
paying business which belongs to
women, could they master it, would
yield them as certain an income
as it does the Breton or Norman
girl. It is a business which re
requires intelligence, scrupulous
cleanliness and delicacy of manipu
* A roll of clover-scented butter of
the best grade is a higher work of
art'Than a bad pieture or are trashy
-verses. Our girls who are looking
from their country homes, pining
for a career, should dig under their
own hearthstone to find if the pot
of gold be not waiting for them
there.- Youth's Companion.
SoIItmG Soe.-A writer, in a
recent number of the Much Zeitung
on the danger to German agricul
ture from foreign competition, says
that his own experience of fifty years
has taught him that regular soiling
of cattle is best for the farmer and
for his fields, bringing in greater
profit and maintaining the fertility
of the land at a higher point-that
twice as much fodder can be pro
duced on a given surface when the
iMorage plant is allowed to grow as
a cultivated crop and reach a cer
tain degree of maturity, than
when, as in pasture, it is contin
nally cropped off and trodden
down. He believes, as do all the
best German writers on the subject,
that the most successful systemn of
agriculture in the long run is that
in which a large quantity of stock
is kept and fed well, and a carefulI
rotation of crops is followed, in
which the same crop is never put
twice in succession on the same
land. The soiling system makes
it easier to carry out the second
part of his programme, anct the;
together. The soiling system pro
vides a more uniform ration in
respect to quantity, and avoids
much loss of manure. It may be
pretty safely affirmed that the drop
pings of cattle in the pasture are
more than half wasted by diying
in the sun, or by too strong dosing
with manure in isolated spots here
and there. Where land is cheap
and abundant, and cannot be profit
ably cultivated and carried up to a
high degree of fertility, pasturage
over a large portion of the farm
may be allowable, but when high
farming pays, pasture land is a poor
investment, and may eat up a large
part of the profits from the culti
SowIG ORcAxn Gn'ss.-A Vir
ginia correspondent asks if he may
safely sow orchard grass with rye
in September. As it survives the
winters of New York it can hardly
be endangered in Virginia. It re
sists summer droughts very stub
bornly, and is a valuable grass for
early pasture or hay, if cut early.
As it is fit for cutting when red
clover is in blossom, it is profitable
to sow both ; but as there would
be some doubt of the clover passing
the winter safely, unless sown very
early this month, it would be best
to sow it early in the spring. Or
chard grass is apt to stool, and
should, therefore, be sown thickly
and evenly. A bushel and a half
of orchard grass pseed per acre
(fourteen pounds to the bushel)
would be a proper quantity, and of
clover six quarts per acre.
A correspondent of the-Country
Gentleman believes that every spe
cies of bird, large and small, is sub
ject to the gapes. The young of
the robin are often troubled with
them. It is also believed that
many chicks thus afflicted die of
starvation on account of their ina
bility to swallow. The parasite
disease is occasioned by a number
of small worms in the throat, pro
ducing inflammation. The fowl is
oftimes relieve4 by the use of al
stiff horse hair or a quill stripped
of its feathers within an inch of
the end, which when carefully used,
will remove some of the worms.
Care and proper attention to fowls
will ward off the disease. Pure
water, wholesome food and suffi-|||
cient room for exercise will seldom
fail in preventing its appearance.
AmEi COMSE.-Peel and quarter
a quantity of apples, stew them with
a little water, a good deal of sugar,
the thin ind of a lemon and a,
few cloves, or a stick of cinnamon. I|
When quite done pass them
through a hair sieve ; and to one |
quart of the puree thus obtained
add half a packet of gelatine, dis- I
solved in water ; mix well, pour D
into a mold, and when set turn it -
out and serve with a custard poured
about it. It is well t o remember
that the puree must be thoroughly
well sweetened and flavored to car
r-y off the insipidity of the gelatine.
Corn looses one fifth by drying,
and wheat one-fourteenth. From
this the estimate is made that it is
more profitable for farmers to sell
unshelled corn in the fall for 75
cents than at $1 a bushel in th e
following summer, and the wheat
$1.25 in December is equal to $1.50 I
in the succeeding June. In thej
case of potatoes-taking those that'
rot and are otherwise lost with the
shrinkage, there is but little doubt
that between October and June the TJ
loss tasthe owner who holds them is
not less than 33 per cent. r
BEE HAsH.--Two tumblers of
hot water, a large spoonful of but
ter, three tablespoonfuls of grated
cheese and the same of fine bread
crumbs ; then season highly with
cayenne pepper, adding three tum
blers of cold beef, minced. It -
should all be stirred well together
and served as soon as hot.
SCALLOPED TOMATOES.-CUt and
peel your tomatoes ; first a layer
of bread crumbs, then a layer of PF
tomatoes, then pepper, salt, a little_
sugar and butter, then the bread
crumbs ; over the last layer of
crumbs spread beaten egg, and
bake three-quarters of an hour. ti
BAKxED TOMATOES.- Take largeJ
tomatoes, cnt the tops off and re
move the seeds (taking as little of
the tomatoes as' possible), fill the
cavities with bread crumbs, pepper 2
and salt, put in a baking dish, then o
stew the top with a little pure beef
dripping or butter
- - - . + - - -
A correspondent says he mixes -
knn'a lo,-A in +h~ ,1r~rmn-h hc~ o-iv~
3 5 P er C en t, D I S C O U
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e SEND FOR PRICES I
June 9. 1880-24-ti.
aime with E
- all requireme
matic Shelf, J
n Centers, Hea c
Manufactured by ISAAC A. SHEPPARD &
AND FOR SALE BY W. T. WRIGHT, Nel
lO BlER *
A Great Tonic,. n e cint TO.C;
lON BITTERS, , an
A ueAppetizer. str*engths, Lack of C
cs e ecblood
A Coplet Strnt ener. t e n t e us
-o someasareqveige. R euper T.
~~nII a~Sld tby vugg lests_
1W IINLERS, ma c_c_
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eptrofe pricelior idnres ..ad
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. Ldbdugt. ArLsEbY,ai.
The "nly"Lung ad(C . -s~
tttorney at Law :
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
SPARTANBURG, S. 0.
:MPT ATTENTION TO ALL BUJSINESS. BLii E
ar'. In, l l -- l y.
it eq al
.N. MARTIN & CO. Ma
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d Newvberry. All business entrusted to:
will be promptly attended to.
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ifferent sizes and kinds. Five
,ameled Reservoirs. Adapted to
nts, and priced to suit all purses.
d Doors, Patent Wood Grate,
)amper, Interchangeable Auto
3roiling Door, Swinging Hearth
ng Flue-Stop, Reversible Gas
ig Cross Piece, Double Short
'y Ring Covers, Illuminated Fire
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In Material, in Finish, and in co
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~ELNBERRY HOT'EL. !uk
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NG ELSEWHERE. Mh
ENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE.
CHE MOST SUiCCEsSFUL REMEI)Y Evcr dis
vered, as it is cerlain in its eiTeei and
es not blister.' READ PROF BELOW. FA
FROM REV. P. N. GitASGER, Fa
esiding Elder of the St. Albans District.
St. Albans. Vt., Jan. 2ath, 18830.
D.U. B. J. KENDALL & Co., Gents : In reply
your letter I will say that my experience
tth 'Kenldall's S:pavin Cure' has been very FA
tisfactory indeed. Three or four years F'
o I procured a bottle of your agent, and F
th it, cured a horse of lameness caused by A
spavin. Last season my horse became
rv lame and I turned in out for a few
sks when he became better, but when I
t him on rhe road he grew. worse, when I
~covered that a ringbone was; forming. I FA
nured a bottle of KendalP's Spavin Cure (
1 with less than a bottle cured him: so Bk4
it he is not lame. neither can the bunch
found. Respeettully yours.
1P. N. GRANGER. i.he
PERSEVERLANCE WILL TELL.
Stonghton, Mass.. March 1! th, 1880. :5
3. J,. lo:rNi)A&L & Co.. G; E:NSs:.In justice to
n andl miyelf, 1 think I ought to let' you Ph'
ow that I have remnoved two bonc spa
is with 'KendalPs Spavin Cure.' one v r
e one. do>n't know how long the spavin '
(1 been there. I haive owned1 he horse T1"
tht mnth:s. It took me tour months to e
Ce the large one off and two for the small
e. 1 have used ten bottles. The horse is
tirely well. not at all stiff, and no bunch
be seen or felt. This is a womderful med- hoi
ne. It is a new thing here, but if it does
all w hat it has done for mue its sale will__
very great. Rtespectful ly yours,
CHuAs. E. PARKER.
ENDAWS SPAVYIN CURE.
A cm", Michigan, December 28th, 1879. I
3. . K ENDA LL &'Co., G ENTs : I sen: you
e dlollar for your "Kendal l's Spavin Cure"
t summer which cured a bone spavin
th hai fa bottle. The best liniment I ever
W. Yours respectfully,
STATEMENT MADE UNDER OATH.
[') WrOM IT MAY CoNCERN.-In the year
5 I tre'atedl with Kendail's Spavin Cure, a cal
ne spavin ol several mnonths' growth, an
arly half as large as a lien's egg, and comn
tely stoppedl the 1amene~ss andl removed
Senlargement. I have worked the horse
r sine.- cery hard, and he never has been
ne. nor~ .onim I ever see any ditference in
asize of thle hoek joints since I treated
in with Kendall's Spavin Cure.
B. A. GAINES.
nosburghu Falls, Vt., Feb. 2.5, 1879.I
sworn and subscribed to before mce this
: day of Feb.. A. D. 1879.
JOH N G. d ENNE, Justice of the Peace,
ENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE ON HUMAN
Patten's Mills, Washington Co., N. T.,
Feb. 21, 1878.
3. .J. KENDA LL, M. D).: Dear Sir-The par- I
ular en--e on which I used your "Spavin
re' was a malignant ankle sprain of six- .
en months' standing. I had tried many
ings, but in vain. "Your "Spavin Cure"
t the f'>ot to the ground again, and, for
first timne since hurt, in a natural posi- ]
n. For a family liniment it excels anty, hat
ing we ever used.
Yours truly, REV. M. P. BELL, RI
astor M. E. Church, Patten's Mills, N. Y. cot
~EDALL'S SPAVIN CUR1E is sure in its et
s, mild in its action as it does not blis
,yet it is penetrating and powerful to 1j1
tch every deep seated pain or to remove -
y bony growth or other enlargement,
:hi as spavinS. splints. curbs. callous,
rains, swellings. any lamene ss and all en
-gemetls of the joints or limbs, or rhen
ttism in man or b)east. It is now known
be the best liniment for man ever used,
~ing mild and yet certain in its effects.
end add ress for Illunstrated Circular which
think gives positive proof of its virtues.
remedy has ever met with such unquali
1 suecess to oar knowledge, for beast s
11 as manl
'rice $1. per bottle, or six bottles for $5.
L DItUGisTs have it or can get it for y(fu.
it will he sent to any address on receipt
price b)y the p)roprieto)rs. DR. B. JT. KEN
L L & C0.. Enosburgh Fails. Vermont.
UNT, u:ANKuN & LAMAR,. Agts., Atlanta.
.also, TIoMrSox & MUTH, Baltimore,
tJun. 9. 24-6m. W
)OW!E & MOISE, Agents,
CH A RLESTON, S. C. pa
isk's Patent IMetal
ie Burial Cases. R.
Uno, Walnut and Rosewood Coffins and
sesavar on hand.
Vill persoJnally superintend the prepara
of gra,? bul~iilding o: e.u s, unI:g in liJ
ir conistriuctionl bct, hydralulic cemient,
der in g heim perfectly wactrpr)oui.
li orders promupdy attenxded to dayv or__
)ce in rear of Leavell & Speers' Marble
L. MW. SPEERS. -
pr. 2:3. 1879-17-tf- not
Out.: fit furnished free, with full in- girl
structions for condunct.ing the most eahi
profitabLlle bunsiness that anyone can ten
engage in. The business is so easy exI)
earn, and our instructions are so simple free
[plain, that any one can nmake great mor0
lits trom the very start. No one can whc
who is willing to 'work. Women are as mor
eessful as men. Boys and girls can earn nee<
te sums Many have made at the busi- Por1
.. Over one undred dollars in a singe 0r
RTANBURO, UNION & COLUMBIA R. R.,
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md':y excepted_) :
v) A',n........ ............ .'U)O u. m.
I....n......................t 45 p. in.
ve dartant u;g .............. S.:I p. mu.
ve Sp:artnu1rg........ ....1.30 p. M.
r .: imer,uo vi!'e...... .5.00 p. m.
:Oe Connection is made at Alstc,n with
:itII Cluibia on (reenviill & C uI
Ro.ui. At U.iumltlia, connection is made
m Charle-ton, Wilmington and Augns.a,
SpartaThurg, connection is made al
Line Depot with trains from Atlana
i tnariotte, 1lso with Stage Litie to Glenil
Lt IIendersonville, connection is m'de
!I a first class Line of Stages to Ashev:'e
ivi:i there the same evening
':rties fesirous of visit:ng Cie,ar's Head
ater point': of interest can be prov:ded
Ii irst class conve-auces from the Livery
bles in Hendersonville at reasonablh
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tve Spartanburg...............10.10 a. .aI
ive Union... ..............1210 ,. m
ive at Alstor...... .......3.'.1 p. m
hese Roads are in excellent e,ndition
nished with first class Coache,; provided
.h all necessary appliances f',r safety and
nfoit of Passengers. At Sp-.rtanburganc
udersonville the Hotel a'.commodation:
now ample for a large i,.crease of travel
ey will be found well s'tpplied with good
untain fare at reason 'ble rates.
JAB. ANDERSON, Supt.
rugs X Fancy Articles.
DR. S. F. FANT,
Wholesale and Retail
NEWBERRY, S. C.,
)ffers Imported and Indigenous Drugs.
;tapi:s and R are Chemicals.
?(eign and Dores:ie Medical Prepara.
-'ine Essential Oils and Seleet Powders.
ew Phairmacentical Remdies.
,pecial attentimi is called to the follow
NT'S Liver Reg-later.
NT'S Elixir o' Calisaya with Pyrophos
piate of Iron.
NT'S Compound Fluid Extract of Buchu.
NT'S Compound Extract of Queen's De
light and Sarsaparilla, with Iodide
NT'S Soothing Syrup.
NTS Essence of Jamaica Ginger.
NT'S Ague Cure-well known to every
one in the County, having been
thoroughly tested in fever and
;uratine and Iron Bitters-the great
ole Agent for S;wift.'s Syphlitic Specific,
Great Eliminator of all imflpurities of the
>d. The ::r for Scroula, Rhteuma
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Jackeye Pile O::ntment, a specific for
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recipt'ions e .refully comnap'unded at all
irs ofhe day and nigh!.
DR. E. E. JACKSON,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
teoved to store two doors next to
A full stock of Pure Medicines, Cheii
s, Perfumeries, Toilet Articles, Garder
I Field Seeds, always in store and a
)ders promotly attended to.
espctfulIly announce that they have or
id the largest and best variety of BU
&L CASES ever brought to Newberry,
isk's Metalic Cases,
'FINS of their own Make,
ich are the best and cheapest in the
laving a FINE IIE ARSE they are pre
ed to furnish Funerals in town or coun
in the mtost approved manner.
'articar attention given to the walling
f graves when desired.
Five us a cal! and ask our prices.
C. CHAPMAN & SON.
lay 7, 1879. 19-tf.
)ne Hundred Raw Hides,
At PINE GROVE TANNERY.
ARTIN & MOWER,
et. 1.5. 1879. 42-tf.
Y ourselves byV making money
TUwacen a goldlen chlanice is oIfered.
ii thrby always jkeepingpvet
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making money that aLre off'ered, gene
become wealthv. while those who do
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ties. The busines.s will pay more than
times ordinary wages. We furnish an
enIsive outtt andl all that you need,
.No one who engages fails to make
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lle time to the work, or only your spare
nents. Full information and all that is
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OLD ri IPWI
Long ut moking Tobacco
,Is miild. i:': i.ar :: .n ami sw .smokes
cool, an., goca .;ic ta ar :ks nhe to
ALLLN & GINT.ER, Manuf tctuu i.,
EA. TI TRUSS0
adnt iteft'npsto s- -th oy
i g jH
esth s ersn russ
Has a. Pall di:ferinni from ail other's. is cup
shape. with sel-d iwj:;,tin^ all in c.-nter,
waats itself to all positions of -the body,
wvhilhe li:sll in tim cup presses back the
Intestinies just as a1 person would with the
Finger. With light pressure the Hernia is
behil securely day and night. and a radical
cure cert:in. It is e:sy, durable al cheap.
Sent by mail. Circulars free.
EGGLESTON TRUSS CO., Chicago, Ili.
O Nervous D))ieorders. D)iseases arising
from Impure blood. try Uoyd's 31inia
ture Glvanic Battery. Worn on chest. A
radical cure for itheumatism. Sample 50c.
Particulars for st amp.
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A YEAR and expenses to
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becret-The only dissolver of the poisonous
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J. Leavey, Esq.. 455 Washington Market,
Mrs. E. Towne, 63 E.ist Ninth street,(chalky
formation in the joints), Chronic R4heuma
A. M. Prager, 74 Newark avenue, Jersey
City. Chromec Rheumatism.
Jhn F. Chamberlain, Esq., Washington
Club, Washington. D. C.. Rheumatic Gout.
Wmn. E. Ar-nold, Esq., 12 Weybosset street,
Providence, R. I.. of twenty years' Chronic
John ii. Turngate, 100 Sanchez street, San
Francisco, Neuralgia and Sciatica.
FOR MALARIAL. INTERMITTENT AND CHRON~IC
FEVERS, CHILLS, OR AGUE~,
SALICYLICA IS A CERTAIN CURE,
Superseding entirely the use of Sulphate of
Quinine, as it will not only cut the fevers, but
will achieve a RADICAL CURE, without any
of the inconveniences and troubles arising
$1 a Box, Six Boxes for $5.
Sent free by Mail on receipt of money.
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Iog or addressing
-WASHBURNE & CO.,
. SOLE AGENTS,
212 Broadway, cor. Fulton St., (Knox Build
ing), NEW YORK.
W. E, PELIiAl, Sole Agent.
Feb. 2.5, 1880-9-ly.
-%THE O0L~ .
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kl1 LUNO DISEASES,
It DRIVES INTO the _system curative
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It DRAWS FROM the diseasedl parts thet
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Thousands Testify to its Virtues.
Don't despair until you have tried this Pen- :s
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NEWBERRY, S. C.
This commodious and spacious Hotel _si
now open and fully prepalredl to entertain
The Furniture of every description is new,
and no effort will be spared to make al.! per
son patrnzing the rsnblishment at home.
0URE THE CNLY
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a bsorption. _ r Antidote.
Eolman9s Ague= Liver and Stomach
Pad-I, or MALARIA. AGUB,
LVi3 and STOMa&CH TROU
BLES. Price , 00.
olman's SpecIal Pad-Adapted to old
'chronic cases. Price $3.00.
Kolman's Spleen Belt-For stubborn
eases of Enlarged Spleen and
unyielding Liver and Stomach
troubles. Price $5.00.
Holman9s Lnfant's Pad-For ailments of
infants and children. Price $1.50.
Flolmanlx Renal Pad-For Kidney and
B!adder Complaints. Price $2.00.
HIolman9s Uterine Pad-For Femala
troubles. Price $5.00.
Hlolman's Absorptive Medicinal Body
Plaster-The best plaster made
porous on rubber basis. Price 25c.
Holman's Absorptive Medicnal Foot
;dsh circulation. Priceper pair 25c.
Absorption Salt-Me dicated Foot Batbs
For Colds, ObstructionE and
all cases where a foot bath is
needed. Per half Ib. package, 25c.
For sale by all druggists-Or sent by mail,
postpaid, on receipt of price. The Absorption
Balt is not "mailable " and must be sent by
Express at purchaser's expense.
The success of Holman&s Pads has In
spired Imitators who offer Pads similar in
PoEM and ODOR to the TEuz HoLMAN's, saying.
"They are the same, &c." Beware of all
BOGUS Pads, only gotten up to sell on the repu.
tat ion of the genuine.
See that each Pad bears the green PRIVATB
REVENUE STAMP of the Holman Pad Company
with above Trade-Mark.
If att icted with chronic ailments send a con
eise description of symptoms. which will re
ceire prompt and careful attention.
nR HOLMAY'S advice Is free. Full treatise
Bent free on application. Address,
HOLMAN PAD Co.,
(P. 0. Box 2,112) 93 William Street, New York.
HAIR DYEis the safest
and best ; acts instan
the mostnaturai shade
of black or brown;does
flInAnfflf~tenot stamn the skin:easl
IUOtliSADOlyappied. A standard
preparation ; favorite
upon every well ap
pointed toilet for lady
or gentleman. Sold by
all drugists and ap
plied by all Lair dressers. J. CR ADORO, m
93 Willam Street, New York.
KIBNEGEN is highty recommended
e:d unsurpasied for WEAK or FOUId
KDNEYS DRIOPSY BRIIGHT'S DIS.
EASE, LO)S of ENI!JGY, NVOUS
DEBLI4TY, or any OBSTRUCTIUONS
rising from GRAVEL or BLADDER
EMKSEASE~S. Also ior YELLOW FEVER,
il;flO and KIDNEY POISON1.NG, in
infected maal3arial section.
t ItE the distillation of a FOREST LEAF with
JU~iPE BERRJES and BARLEY MALT we havo
icoered KIDNEGES, which sets specifwcally on the
iidneys and Urinary Ogn,removing deposits in the
iadder and any straining, smarting,heat irritation in
e waterhpsae,gvn them srnt,vgrand
etauen at all times, in all elmaes, without Inuyto
he Fystem. Unlike ady other preparation for lq
ifficulties, it has a very pleasant and agreeshle tat
and flavor. It contains positive diuaretie
mad will not nauseate, Ladlea. .gef, wifl
te it, and Centlemen will tind XINEGE the
bst Kiday~ Tonio ever used !
NOTICE.-Rach bottle bears the slgna.tn of LAW
RiANCEA & MARTIN. also a l'rnieury Guavn
S;-mp, which permits KIDNEGEN to be sold (without .
:ene) by draggists,grocersandotherpeons26everwer
hau up in Quart-si:. Bottlesfor General and Ihaily U...
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