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THE STEER FOR BEEF.
A correspondent of the Iowa
Bomestead writes: The cattle bree
der is, or should be, looking for
not only the steer which will make
the most beef in the shortest time.
but the beef return the' greatest
profit. They have worn their teeth
and wearied their jaws long enough
in masticating the tough and taste
less tissues of a muscular system.
And there has been in the last year
a more thorough investigation of
this question than at any former
period of our history. Disappoint
ments were encounted in some cal
culations, which at first were not
well understood. Those raising
stock in Texas, Oregon, or on our
Western plains, supposed if they
graded up their stock with Short
horns, Devons, or Herefords, they
could produce as sweet, tender and
delicious beef as we could in Iowa, Il
linois, or Ohio. And why not ? Why
is not a work ox, when thoroughly
fattened; as finely marbled, tender
and juicy beef, as the steer which
has been permitted to leisurely
crop the tender grass in the rich
pastures, and drink his water from
the spring brook which constantly
flows at his feet!? The labor and
constant exercise of the ox enlarges
the muscle, and prevents the adi
pose matter or fat from accumula
ting in the cellular tissue. The
* beef of the work ox is considered
of an inferior quality, for the rea
son that it is made up principally of
muscular development, and is of
little use on the table, as in cooking
it will cook dry and curl up, and
will produce an abundance of whit
The steers raised on the plains,
. or in Texas or Oregon, before they
reach the Chicago.and eastern mar
ket are veritable work oxen.
Though they may not bear the
yoke, yet from their calfhood they
have been used to daily marches
for food and water, and been com
pelled to seek the foot-hills or even
the sides of the mountains for pas.
ture, where there is no water. All
this is great against the character
-of the beef, and it is useless to ex
pect even the high grade steer of
?he plains, even if they had the
same quality of sweet grasses, to
be first-class beef. And the Ore
gcn steer, when he arrives at the
Missouri river, has performed a
drudgery and servitude that has
made his flesh hard and leathery,
there being no more marbling in
his flesh than in that of the work.
horse, the gray hound or the ante
lope. There are now, it is stated,
23,800 head of Oregon steers slowly
wending their way over the moun
tains and deserts. This fall they
expect to reach the Yellowstone val
ley, where they will winter. Next
spring they will be driven to some
point west of Cheyenne on the
Union Pacific railroad, and ship
ped to our grain fields to be fat
tened up for market. And some
*have vainly imagined that these can
with care be made first-class beef.
At first butchers and shippers
bought liberally of them, supposing
if they were high grades and were
round and plump in form they
were an article equal to the best.
But experience has proven that
they were of the same class of
beef as work oxen. The same is
the case with Texas cattle, after
their long drive, and the other cat
tie, on our plains where pasture
and water require much daily labor
of the stock to partake of both.
They are all work oxen. But re
cently has this been so clearly de
monstrated- Formerly they raised!
only the worst class of scrubs. The
past few years large numbers of
the better class of bulls have been
used, and they eypected their grade
steers to compare favorably with
our choicest ones.
Resides. water is oi~e of the im
as taking the position that there is
no difference in the quality, natu
rally, between the well bred animal
and the Texan or Iowa scrub. Far
from it. But our position is that A
. steer which has to labor, to travel.
to be deprived of water for long
seasons, etc., is not, and cannot be,
,quai in the choice quality of his
beef to the steer which has had
plentilully the choicest food and re
posed quietly by the side of the
CARE OF HORSES' HOoFs.-Lack of
moisture is not necessarily a cause
of brittleness of the hoof, since the
horses of the desert have the
strongest hoofs in the world, in
spite of the excessive dryness. A
continued drought is especially
dangerous when it acts on a foot ac
castomed to abundance of water.
Under the action of water the horn T
cells absorb, increase in size, and
push each other apart. By this
action, too, some of the gelatinous
matter that builds up the horn is
dissolved out, and when the hoof
is again allowed to dry it has lost
materialv in its power of cohesion.
The more frequently the process of
soaking and drying is repeated.
the more hurtful it proves to the
hoof, which becomes increasingly
brittle and liable to split up and
break off. If, further, this -tendency
to brittleness has been inbred
through generations of horses kept
in climates where the feet are al
ternately soaked by drenching rains
and withered by drying suns, the
danger is proportionately increased,
and the feet of such a race of horses
are especially liable to splitting
and injury. It is not habitual dry
ness that injures ; it is the alterna
tions of rain and drought. 'While
upon this subject it. may be well to
note that the evil effects of mois
ture may be largely warded off
by smearing the moistened foot
with impervious oily agents before
exposing it to the drying process.
In this way the moisture that has
been absor bed by the horn is re.
tained, the sudden drying and -
shrinking are obviated, and the
horn remains elastic and compara
tively tough. As it is often need -
ful the soak to foot in warm or cold s
water, or in poultices in cases of
disease, it is all important that the
above-named precaution should be
constantly borne in mind, and that
the softened foot should be smeared
throughout with some hoof oint
ment before it is allowed to dry and
harden. For this purpose nothing L
is simpler nor better than a mix
ture in equal parts of wood tar,
and whale oil or lard. This may ]
be smeared on the foot every other
In addition to the changes of1
weather, the frequent standi'g in
rotting dung-heaps or the pools of
decomposing liquid manure, may
be named as causes of brittle hoofs.
In the dung heap there is not only
moisture and steam soaking and
softening the hoof, but there is
abundance of ammonia gas, which
is especially calculated to soften,
dissolve and destroy the horn. Rot- o
ten manure and putrid j: mm
therefore, are much more inje -. us s
than pure water, muddy pools, orp
wet ci'ay. Again, the emanations
of this kind are far from conducive
to general health, so that they
prove hurtful in two ways-first,
by dir-ectly destroying the substance
of the hoof, and second, by reduc
ing the animal vigor, the power of
digestion and assimilation, and the
power of secreting good horn.
Standing in such decomposing or-j
ganic matter is still more injurious,
however, when the animal is con
fined to a stall or box, for here the
injurious effect of inactivity is add -
ed to the above-named conditions.
One of the best methods of keep
ing up the fertility of cow pastures I
is to give the cows extra food dur
ing the pasturing season. This ex- is
tra food will be repaid in extra
milk every week, and so enrich the
droppings as to fully compensateA
the pasture for all the grazing.
With the best grass it is neces
sary to grow green-fodder crops for
cows, and sometimes for horses,
for it is found that the grass alone
will not support as many cows as
the farm can and ought to carry on
the other crops
A shallow tub kept well filled
with water and sunk on a levelD
with the ground, will afford plenty
of bathing room for the duckling F
until they are two or three months'
old, or perhaps longer. 0
t His METROPOLI
Offers the Larg(
All Styles of
CHAIRS, all kind
nd in short every artikd
These Goods ar
he Carpe Exhibtor---h
Come, see and be con
N '. 17, 47-26t.
'HE BEST SPRlU
argest Assortment in
Oc t. 27, 44 -if'.
I am still kee ping
akinig the Fines
files as they! ma)
'ailo rs emp)loyed.
Samples sent on (
f (onlyj) French a;
ways on hand.
k, c1. SW1
Mr~ aIscour.;nent o: ! iJ plaini Ch
he''.. e-:$r e xhii,becd ini the city
i be pia d Va - thi v arian exc
i Prices! All
a. , S-iv.
~EW STORE I1B
IRE3SS GOODS, ia
eNs uiOsinY Go :
Ladied and Gen
ann:' Fnenishinz Gi
AN FURNITURE STORE
.st and Best Stock of
d in this Market.
IDIING ROOM SUITS
Finish and Prices.
Ls, HAIR and COTTON
Springs, Desks, Win
of Furniture known to the trad
e all at LOW Ps!CES.
e m ost perfect of all'i e
Scgpr. ,1116 o.8 8
1 I " !
TG BED EVER MADE
Str"on- an-d Durable
1UNTY R CHTS FOR SALE.
:,s.re clOnly by}
R. A.BAKER& CO.
the~ Ct, and at. theLowe
eG Laes StylMAE
in Getlemen' Furishn Doua
I. W. COPOOK'
btheiy appaate iowe
e. Nonesbt fist-cls
o pliaton Ae u in,
rud English Suitings al
hing and Gr' O and Youth's Furaishin:: Good
of Cohna'obia, .and I respectfiti!y invite the attet
aiy to anU examin:ation, feeling assured thaLt the
ellnce. Gome and judge for yourselves.
Styles ! Al Qualities
TAR SHIRT, Warranted to be th
't in the Markiet.
i L. KINARD,
coLumBIA, s. C.
T#7s Jad eVoions.
I ?OLUM~BIA, S. C.
1~ theltvret ies,hkCr~ (t
Z'ie, e lvt Cshmres eteC
3d, s ad Spenit,
ts' Fine Hand-Sewed Shoes
anrb: a Snecialtv.
The Larg"t and
That has ever been brought to the Sou
Made in I::chmondI, Va , ~ne of the BEST
:his S:ove, i, very large a:d it ,tanl-; at ti
A o, a very iatge assorm nt of
An-m w h ih i. to h. funl the WOO D
al-o the is \)IANT PARLOR STOV., wtl
B(sX and other S:oves.
Strangers viSiting th.' City would
Oct. 13. 42-tif.
Manufactured by ISAAC A. S
AND FOR SALE BY Wr. T
MECI IANICS' TOOLS of every desc
Wagn ant, Carriage Building and Tr
Circular Saws of all sizes furnished te
1ndlia Rubber and Leather Belting; It
Lacing. Babbitt Metal, Machinery Oil
Lime, Cemnent, PI4ster, IIair, Latha, (
Winciow Glass, Paints, Oils, Varnish<
AC RICUL TUR
O F Al
Sugar Cane M\ills, Sugar Pns amnd El
Thre.shers and Separators, WVoven WYi
Corn iheiler;, Feed Cutters, 110c8. A>
C2oi!, Wagon, WVell and [[alter Chains
Grain Cradiecs, Grain and Grass Scytlh
11s~ the a.gency for the celebrated W0
are soid a treduced prices.
All goods gaiaraut;ced as represented.
tory city reference will hnve prompt and<
And di is.ase's of the Kiunes, Bl aidI
andL~inryOrgans uy wearing the
Improe ExceMsor Kidnuey &
It is a MARVEL of HEALING and RELJD
Simple, Sensible, Direc
-t Pa.inless, Powerful.
St CURES v:h& re all else xails. A REVE
TION and REFVOLUTION mn Mediemne.
e so rpt in Ur ti. e tv pienLtion.. its oppo
touan s:aact orv internlmerneme'Iicfls. SI
for* our treati.e on Kidney troubles,
!ree. Soli byl dru;.::ists. or sent by mail
,receipt of pi~ce. S2. Address
The "O)nly" Lung Pad (
Tis te Original and Genuine Kidi
a.Ask for it and take nio other.
-Oct. 27. 44-I;m.
ICOLUMBIA, S. C.,
Iroid five-horse powxer to any si
Grist and Ciae Mi!ls,
( e-ori nt for Machtinery.
EColumns tand Architecturail Werk
Balcoie. jd mrn anz~d Bra a
f~r 'nr:' no:, eL~~ lS.t. t c be u
. at Ih r s t :ite . 1 'I '
C kinds. All work~ done by tha b1
can~ be had for guud work anywhere.
North t*r South.
.Mr. PETERI KIND. tiTh frund
and formier ownter of this esta1blis
wil turn o'Lutilothing tut go.d v'>r
Address orders to
1h erni:- i r'' Wo Vrks, Coboobi da. S
Oct. Ii s '] I' 1-:lrLi .o
- I||e -- - lU I c C '
LL ourseni lve by. makinge on
when ic'i:,I ~va1t Wolde vi'e ic V.Ter
nt11 i hereh blie s Pray. I';k i 'ICv
I V eWiromnnn four do. Tu1ICl who ,
way., taki- advantage of the geno chane
rally been:ae wealthy. wane ll_mse what
not'improve sneh chances remam in port
r ae r w en. women. uu-:s ai
ro es. os
Fxine?t Assotmen4t of'
thern :arke: t n:nong which is to he tound the
C o o K,
COOEiN-G SToVi:s now in use. The Oven of
hea,l of :0 other Cuokin_* St ,e.. Arr
NE s;aiabloe oi e:' ting C brt :tn'1 Sa orel
icht n ovr all other;. Lrae a :rtinent of
o weil to call and examfline my stock befo4:e' pur
COLUMBIA, S. . Le
K K STflES
THE BEST IN THE MARKET.
Fourteen different sizes and kinds. Five An
sizes with Enameled i:c:,erv~iri . Adapted to i.
all requirements, and pricd to suit al purses. a
LEADINC FEATURES: e
L D Double Wood Doors, I atnt Wood Grate, u)
Adjustable Damper, Interiae1caLic Auto
matid Shelf, Proilin ) -or. En I l:g Hearth- e o
Plate, Swinging Fiue-tt,p. L:ver-il.ie ;as- l')
Burning Long Cross Fiee. Pni ule Short
Centers, Heavy Ring C'overs, Illumi::ated Fire IM
Doors, Nickel Knobs, Nickel Panels, etc. bun
Unequaled lI Material, in Finish, and in
4EPPARD & CO., Baltimore, Md.
WRIGHT, Newberry, S. C.
TER AND DEALER IN
1111 CUTLERY, Ar
[BA, S. C. L
DRI-A- so coLe,
ST VARIETY OF Ar
17~X 1I\V 51 1t r A le": A v r4S
ilming M1aterial. Ar
dia Rubber and Hemp Packing.
,, File; nd R:,n; of all kinds.
ref, Bre, c. n~Mal c
:es jime, Sivc,nTE.e~
~h ~ecl nd [on, 3:ie I3.i.*L
A L IMPEMENTS
refrSren,Bltn el,& -A
es, &cs,y BO&c.O Nue'wy
Orders accompansed pwith themoeorstsa-T
aref ul enin.sTe:.iy6to41-tf. tue)
A lt CANi~Ei~E1V~ ND CR rm
LUNG~y PAii -a Co.
Curesatby AoB StatRe2ATsIyOrNa(Nature's way)
( No 03 ra St:r:- - - , be:t: T:ent=han =
It DI E NTOth sytmAuai
. age n a eaigC: nwdicn eeLznn-S
guta DRAWS FROM the disased parts ahe
Thusands~i Thestifyu toit Virtue.J,nis&o
t'Ab-,Don'in t eruniluhve fre fros aden
tehsibe. wesire n ile and RedICALLYra
mI EFFCT A ARmedy, dChmit
TheGene nly"s barng Ph ga Co.
ch. ETROT, Mch.Ar:
Ey .en fourTetimoJnis & u bo. Le:
rs uESH.oAL LIQUR. MeRtHfree- Ar:
113.13 Foroadn Str eet, bet.Tenh A
icrsi Eleve: FPnt, Air get
RieEioLTR, VT. AOug MEd,18N.
tiOfa mpe L of "Snneda,A
br myelf* ond tie \&re et et a nd,s 0
ii radclrel in th e a ofMsr. ekn orSpr
Sasblt, and Ipd it entrely frre rom adl i
trayi ons pIn. fuly.ommnd ittost;
thoseI who desirveIaticEle of. asuted purf rt
tze> tv. W:'n n . . Tann,alD.
ur Te wI~-Statve' Autayer, n Chist.d
inr:bl Lctre cealypr.e Leoilh
o -ine ~ enu ie unlss bein go the Sruiga- Let
1nture o utamlffcr ' 1C Artii iHo
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CS Thi1.sA.Etuwl U pUo ERCATS 1)0 it
ti'1 S. Fourteethustreet, RIIO D VA IH
F~ outr sae al. i. F. FlANT, CfoVlOC Agn r
- fo Newi berr. fitlli 44-eitodmi cnsorto- Th
on.iil5 the Lss of
A Letr [on I.EteL ature,Tm. and.
Rial o~ ,eur or ei.n.a.l Weknss, or ) pie r-x
maGrrWe. inucdb l-Aus, Iv
untar Em iins, Im~tny Nervous De- l
any address, on receipt of six cents or two
y post:rge at:ani
Mdress ihe Publishers.
. T:1E CcixERWEl.l. MEDICAL CO..
I- 41 .\ nn St., 'aew York, N. Y.; Post ORice Box, g
.s .gs.j. Uet. 13, 2s-ly.
G. W. ABN.E Y,
!:imbia & Greenville Rai'rod.
n and :-.ter Monday, November , 1Si. the
ei.-er raiu= will i'in as iollutws daiiy. Suu
v'e Columbia, - - 11.
- : :, - - - - 1 .3 p n
- e b r . - - - - 4 ; il
--l.g s - - - 5 . Iim
ive (.;rce:, ii1e. - - -p In
ve Cre vi:c, - - , - i a ImI
- iieltei. - . - 11: a m .
- j ig . - - 1 3.1'p m
MwLerry, - -- - I1 p mn
ive C'i!uuibia, - - - '1 p ml
DE1,SON B1tAN('lI AND BLl'E 1:IDGE
Daily. except Sundays.
Ue elton at. 5.12 p m
A mie ron :p ir
Pendleten 6.34 p m
Pe:-ry i:'e '. -5 p in
se ;el:ee:: 2-- s) lu
ive:V Wali;.11a 8.3 .' imH
Waii:ia at. - - .2 :n
* -.,* 4 -'* : .. . 1-.A - : m
. . - - 1. : a in
ve-: i.::.e, - - 1. "31 n) A
P ia in
: .bl :i i ;,r. e ? r: -a.. "'teti t t , t i il. '
"1.:vI; t. In ,i . 1: :.i.:,::
lib dow. ai os
tf i. l:ave A1bbey i!.e 12 3 p. n.; ie:lve lod' St :t
4 00 I. :n
p):1::d :'.>w:. Tiralins I tnte In::n il :n mak ins
: C->: )t funb : wiith tl b iup a:d p
rI tl-i i't .ex.:e Trr.i:L: ,;a theC S" ntti Caro- FOR
R il r);.i :t t h i th ie r .h l'a- z n:er Tr::it .n l
the 'i' i;;ton. Co'um.,ia ':' Au.u a BoG
!-o:-d: at A: % w :11 tr::ina' :,. 1ihe -":au :t - (tatI
-. a';i.:Ittl (o:lu:e lz R:iilro::du: at S"I.eca SE
h. ('har;o:te anld AR:t rjie lal a rv
u and to Ai:tthm !fr :all oints 5outhl. wit.
i:T?-.S:.ii:rti t;:ue ha= beei cl:.:ed to if
4o f Wa-hi..-:t . ~which is fifteU :nl:Ute. S cise
er thI::ni (_' nhial:!I:t '','enl"
.1 \. il:Y. G ei'1 Supt. L
PASeENCjEit aiE;PA ifM E'T.
Po-I.t::e:I1': e:r :A . sen
CIIANGE OF SCIIEDULE.
n and aft:"r November 7. 14). Passenger
iins on tilis road wili run as follows ua
GOING EAST, (DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.) 11i
tve Columbia at - - - '.0 P. M.
rive Camden at..-.-.-.-...5. P. M.
rive Charleston at - - - 11.2.5 P. 31.
GOING WEST, (DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.)
ave Charleston at - - - 6.00 A. M.
:re Cainden at - - - - 7.00 .) 1
rive Columbia at - - - 11.10 A. M.
WAY FREIGHT AND PASSENGER.
GOING EAST DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.
cave Columbia at - - - 5.10 A. M. v
rive Camden at - - - - 1.09 P M.
r~ive A ugusta at - - - 3.4 . '1.
Crive Charleston at - - - 2.00 P. 31.
GOING WEST DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS.
P:ave Colston at :- - .b A. M.
ave Augusta at -- -- 75 .M
Passenger~s leaving Columbia or Charles
Son these trains will have to chatng eatrs
Bachvile to reach Clhlston at 2.00) P.
,or Columbia at 0.25 1'. 31.
GOING EAST DAILY.
ave (olumbia at - - - 9.3 P. M.
rive Augusta at..-..-.-..-.8.30 A.M
rive Charleston at - - - 7.30 A. 3.-,
GOING WEST DAILY. 33
ave Charleston at - - - 9.00 P. M. .
ave Augusta at..-.-..-..-.6.00 P. '1. -
rive Columbia at - - - i;.l1 A. 3M P
)n Columbia Division Night Express
tins run daily; all othier Trains daily eX
)n Aingusta Division all Passenger Trains e
leeping Cars are attached to Night b.=
prssrinls-berths oiv $1.50-etween U '
lmnbla, Chai:rlestoni and Augusta. On c:mi?
uin an SundIays, round trip tickets
soldi to andit from all Stations at one first de
inre for thle round trip, good till Mlon- -.4
y nloon to returnl. Conniectionis madle
tolumiai Odwith Gr eenvilleC and Colubia .
ijroad. uy train: arrivin;g at Colui:) I at
10 .\ 31 and le.aving Columibia at ii ?0 P .
: wi:hi ' Charotte. Columbiat andI .tunusta
1ir:s g''o in-.: North by t ra in atrrivinig at J'
Idumbia..d at 1i.: A. M.: passen:igers comijig
utih wui ..avex to4 tke irain :eaving Columi- 6W
I at '..:so P.M. A l'harleston with Steam
; o New~ YIork on Wednecdays and tur
e lso) , wih Savannah and Charleston
ilodl to all pitl South.
omwionsP . ar.e mnadec at Amuiita with
o?gia Ihail road andI Central itailIroad to
ii fromll all points South anid Wes-t.
:hoigh tickets can hej pureblase l to all
jIntsSou bt :ud Wet. by applying to
A. Bl. I::SaUssUKRE. Agent, CoIlImia.
D.C. ALL -EN, G. P. &T. A.
OHN 1B. PECK. General Superintendent.
ARTANBURS, UNION & 001.UMB!A R. R., '1
'RTO'BURG & ASIIEVILLE R. R. an
SPA RTANBURG, S. 1., Sep. 27, 1SS0.
)i and ufter the above daite the following
edues wil be run over these Roads daily,
UP TRAIX. J.
ive Aiston..................3.00 p. mn. C
Union ..................6 45 p. m. fj
cive Spartanburg............8.30 p. i-n. s
ve Spairtanburg......... ....1.30 p. mi. .A
ycv at Hienderson~ville..........5.00 p. mn. Cit'
ose coml:ection 'is made at Alston with -
n from Columibia on Gieenville & C. um- Clu
Road. At Columbia, connection is made Pro
i Charleston, Wilmington and Augusta. Rla
tt Spartauhurg, connection is made at J<
-Line Depot with trains from Atlanta Fra
I Charlotte, also with Stage Line to Glenn Fo1t
Lt'eondersonvi!!e, connection is made S.]
a first class Line of Stagres to Asheviile, .,
ivmIfg there the same evening
arties de&irous of visiting Ce ar's HeadQi
other poinits of interest e:m be providied wtlJ
h first class conveyances from the Livery of 1
bles in Hendersonville at reasonable fron
IS. TRAIN SOUTH $
! leave Hlendersonvile........6 00 a. mi.
ive Spartan burg............10.10 a. m.
ive Union..................12.10 p. mi. S
-ive at Aiston...............3.17 p. mn.bt
'ese Roads are in eXcellent condition; l
ished with first class Coaches; provided >
h a!! necessary appliances for safety and live
atfor of Pas-engers. A t Spairtanburg an1d on1 0
:iersonv ille tile Hotel accommolations .
now ample for a large increase of travel. V
will be found well supplied with good
utain fare at reasonale rates.
JAS. ANDERSON, Supt. 212
RS. EMMAA F. BLEASE,
NEWBERRY, S. C. '>4
is commodious and spacious IHote si
open and fully prepared to emertain
:m iers. '
i Furniture of every d''scription is new,.
no0eil'art will be Spiaredt to mai~ke all per
patrniiizing the' estab lishmient at home.
it Rooms in this Hotel ar spaefou
lighte,. and~ii the best venltilated( o' an
eI in the up-cot firy-. ,.tk
ie 1 hotel is fuornishied w:ith line eistern
we'(ll water. andi the table? is guiaranltaeid
e tIe best in tIhe la.ce- nd
WANn iu'inunir T ticE . a
tcCI.I''I" toi.tZ ' .nttfn ti
en want adt ii umbe ofd acive. en-i an
-tic canvassers to engage in a pleasant it g
. ...,.9.~.. a.a;n- anna mon w a i
RE ~ THE ONLY
r' r ALA RIAt
mdana .~ue, Liver and Stomach
ami-For M1ALARIA, At U,
LiVi1 and 4f0MA .CI TBO'
BLES. Price $100.
!ran'x +peclai Pad.-Adaptied to old
c.roni e ases. Price $:.0'J.
!man'. 4p?eaen 1et--For s:ubborn
c:e's of Enlarged Splein and
uiiii,Iing Liver and Stomach
troti,ies. Price $5.0'.
imani. tiant s Pad-For aliments of
infan:s and cilren. Pric- $15(.
aan' iienal Pad--For Kidey and
iadder Co:p!an!ts. Price S" .
miana :tcrne Pad-For Fnala
troubles. Price $3.00.
1 .nz'n Ab,orptive Medicina! nody
p;ia:tei -Th' Lest p!ate r Inaie
porous on rubber b:sis. Prx 25c.
lmant ..bsorptive Medicinal Foot
gisi circul:t i,"n. Price per pair 23.
sorptioii Salt-M"dicatdt Foot Bath
For Colds, Obstructions au-i
all cases where a foor lati is
needed. Per half lb. pa:kage, 2.'.
>r e by all druggists-or sent ahy ma:il,
tpaid. on receipt of price. The Aa 1.>P'flon
is not "Iailalble " and m st be b .by
res; at purchias:,'s expense.
'sucess of oI;l:an Pa& . .^s in
-l liit ators who tLer Pal3 5:.- m
:.r and ODOR to the TI 7E uIIOL '. sayiE,
itey are the s::ui, &c.' 1eware all
us Pds, 01117 go:tea up to s,ll o tohe repu
in of the gen.:ii.e.
e that each Pad bears the -:en rIAiTE
EN'E STAMP i fth"' iolm31an !"t Coiialy
!i above Trade-Mark.
a ticted with chronic ai?ment s senu a con
d:"scription Gf symrptom:. %,:iich wtli ;e
" prompt aid careful attention.
s HOLMAN's advice is free. Full treatise
free on application. Address,
HO1MAN PAD CO.,
. Box 2,112) 93 William Street, New York.
HAIR DYEIs the safest
and best ; acts instan
the most naturaI shado
of black orbrown;dCes
5otstamn the skin:easi
R ISTADOROSr ppiied. A sandard
preparation ; favorite
upon every well ap
pointed toilet for lady
or gentleman. Sold by
all drug;ists and ap.
d by :ill bir dressers. J. CRt'TADOR , '
93 William Street, New York.
i m!ku ga-ed for \M E2A1 or FOU
NE. LONS of EERY, NERV)EA
:E L TY~, or atny OTSTECTf'0-*.
'in, - om 1RAYEI or 3ILADD)r.&
GAEiE'. Ai%r for Y~ELI.LOW i-' Em
,onDand KINEY 2S3%Lt,in
-Ry the di:,tillationl of a-FOREST TRAF with
IIUpiR itES a.nd BARLEY M AiXi. we b:,e
*:erd KIDNEEN, v:ic acts spci::.:-y n0
es .nd Urinary Orgns, removi.ri d t-:osits in t00
.ir adayrainir.r t:nnng,i:er.tuorirrialei
ae p* ::** s,gi. . .is vt re , vm.'- - nd
ng her.!tty olo n e-y flow o' u::nc;.i c an
n'-' at a! t ms sa mies, v;:11icet myry to
ri. Uni-: a' oder '-.raratier. for - id.
K 4j:in..y T.>aiZ5ever uh&!
anb dugtsgr'doceid o the abr.over aere
EWE CE o& M Ari. Prod Le,hig ,
i by alugl c Gelrae-;Phsianss oEerwher
O erica. Uh iget e-a cc
cnufacture only dver ofthe oesTnade
Ac, wbiv xit i heERPA ALICYLI o31RED
iz an CG,oft Paies.adLizg
. RED.T REL ED.WARRAN ED. PRA
or byal elebatedPhscin onurp
I.merica.E..he. haghiestedca Aadke,
intrs.ee on~ days. it tee.ca
AChwich exiismt in.eBodo hu
CURE. CUambREDi. Cs..OREDi.gtn
. eweyni, Esq., 1 Br oway Intream
nir. . Twne ast Ni Snche street.hak
ic rNeralgi Neark Scatica.Jese
. rodnic entireumth s. fSlpaeo
ineF hmei.Eq, Wai ilno nyct h es,ngt
>Wachin,.,on AD.~ CREumatic Goany
Senfee by i on wenety ofr mon
tam no Turntate.1n rsancestirt, asnu
iicio, Neuralitl and gSciata. re
FEVRszw, CHILL~nSt., (KnoxGUE.
I.ICA LIA, CoETAgnt.RE
re(adingl enilh ue~~ wiofullt inf
ri-neut woillnt1 onl et ith fevest
!.e in.enes ann trubls ariesyn
Sn.the nyi oni rce ipto mey.ea
ake n i itio iork subst ite asu
:va (cpyihed) iO.s agrlane tore
Sormone refunded. and atwile b di
-ed rene rip ofrers.a the ain
r dringli~ ihwie 1e r bet
.roadw y caFan St.,g (Kno thild-Si
W te. , PEssIInHi, S ole Ag t
ia.! th)at anyi one icant make gr1eat
ba: Exa.rar .eaG Ura de
. .1 ... .. a.dia ne momi:Un 60%2.