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HOME, FABM AKD GARDEN.
Fruit stains: As these are more or
.ess acid, remove them by an alkali, as
Lands in the Eastern States, Tdiich
had " run out" for wheat culture forty
pears ago, are now found capable of
producing a good crop.
The pride of the farmer should be
in his fields. In their beauty, in their
order, in their product, he should placo
:he gratification of his humble and
honorable ambition. Chicago Journal.
A successful farmer says he always
makes it a rule to raise twice as many
potatoes as will be needed for his home
demand; then if the price is high he
has them to sell; if low he gets a good
value for them by feeding tliem out.
To remove ink-spots and the like ap
ply a solution of oxalic acid, not so
strong as to remove the color of the
fabric, washing the article to remove the
surplus acid. Iron-rust is sometimes re
moved in the same way. The Household.
The more finely pulverized any
manure is made the more efficient it
will be. But if the pulverizing is ac
complished by fermentation care must
be taken to prevent the loss of the val
uable volatile elements. Covering the
compostlieaps with sods from the'road
side will do this, and when the heap is
rotted down the earth will be as rich in
nitrogen as the manure. Toledo Blade.
A prominent gardener said to us
recently: " I believe thorough cultiva
tion is the best reniedj- for the currant
worm. I keep the soil well tilled about
the base of the bushes, and have little
or no trouble about the pests." This is
a simple remedy and worth the trying,
and if currants are raised for market it
is not well to use hellebore upon them,
as it is liable to remain on the fruit to a
greater or less degree and injure its
sale, or if the berries are washed they
will not sell so well. Detroit Post.
A veterinary Avriter gives the fol
lowing directions for the care of horses
after a hard jaunt: " A horse, after ar
riving home from a long day's work,
should only be allowed the lightest diet,
for, as the Jimbs are fat;irue i, so are the
digestive powers. A little gruel would
be a good commencement to other food.
Chopped hay should on no account be
given on such occasions, as it would
probably be bolted in an unmasticated
state. A little sweet, unhealed hay or
clover would be suitable, and say two
quarts of oats in a bran mash scalded
with the latter. Only about a gallon
of water should be allowed at a time,
which should be slightly chNled. Dur
ing the lime the animal is feeding he
should have a thorough, good
' X. Y. Times.
Wheat requires careful preparation
of the soil previous to seeding, for best
results. Early and thorough plowing
are called for, with crushing, rolling
and harrowing. The thorough pulver
ization of the soil is au important item
in wheat culture.
Depth of soil is one of the require
ments for the attainment of large
yields, for the wheat plant has two sets
of roots, the first springing from the
seed and penetrating downwards, while
the second push themselves laterally
near the surface of the ground from the
first joint. These roots thus extract
food from every part of the soil, and
the yield, therefore, depends upon its
extent and fertility.
Most farmers understand the folly of
devoting heavy clay lands to wheat,
unless these be well drained. "Without
drainage the wheat will winter-kill dur
ing the successive freezing and thawing
by wliich the roots are broken or
thrown out. Well prepared clay or
heavy loam, with a large proportion of
lime, gives good wheat yields, as do
man' light and calcareous soils. Lime,
it ought to be remembered, is an im
portant aid to wheat.
The quantity of seed sown to the acre
must be controlled by a number of cir
cumstances. Climate and season, kind
of soil and variety of wheat have a
bearing on this question. Wheats that
tiller largely need less seed than other
sorts; rich, fertile soil requires less than
poor land. On well-pulverized, ordi
nary wheat soils, the rule is about five
pecks of seed lo the acre, while rough
land requires from six to eight pecks
It takes more seed Avhen fulland plump
than when shrunken.
When the ground has been properly
prepared, the ced may be sown either
broadcast or in drills the latter is ac
cepted as the better way by progressive
farmers. Kollmg is considered by many
iui excellent practice, as it presses the
earth closely-upon the seed.
The wheat crop depends much on a
proper selection of seed. On soils
naturally adapted to wheat-growing the
liner varieties may be cniph-ed as seed.
On other soils the hardy wheats should
be grown. Generally speaking, an heat
Is more productive when the seed is
taken from a soil inferior to the one in
tended for sowing. It is also claimed
that what is produced, both in a warmei
or colder climate, will mature earlier.
The grain designed for seed should be
well ripened before harvesting.
Owing to the ever-varying character
of the different kinds of seed, their su
periority in one locality and inferiority
in others, it is impossible to present a
list of wheats valuable for all sections.
Experiment alone is the only guide tc
the wheat best adapted to special
grounds and conditions. JV. Y. World.
A Xoble Husband.
" I should hate to have a husband
who 'lowanced me every time I wanted
to buy anything," said Mrs. Simms.
"When I tell Simms that I want a little
change to go shopping with he doesn'l
hum and haw as some men do. He just
takes out his pocket-book and says
"Certainly, my dear, how much do you
want, a five or a ten?" "And what do
you say?" asked Mrs. Smith. "Oh. J
never say anything. He gives me the
money right off without waiting for me
to answer." "And how much does he
give?" "A dollar generally unless he
has some change handy. .But then il
isn't the amount that I care so much
about. It is the readiness with which
he responds tojmy. requests that makes
me'lhiSlc "so much' of him." Boston
The peanut cror wili add 6,000,
000 to the wealth of this Nation. De
fpise not the day of smalLUiings."
A young man in this city had been
leveral years attempting to build tip a
law practice; he had a slight acquaint:
ance in the city, he was not naturally ol
a very social nature, and he had very
little faculty of bringing himself to the
x notice of influential men. The work
that had come to him had been done
faithfully, but the stream was a shallow
one, and seemed as likely to dry up as
to deepen. The young "lawyer became
discouraged, and began to question if he
had not made a mistake in choosing 3
firofession, and even to fear that Tiis
ife would be a failure. Just at this
time a friend, also a lawyer, who was
going into the country for the summer,
invited him to occupy the house which
his family were about to leave. Glad
to have more commodious quarters at a
reduced expense, he accepted the in
vitation, and found among his friend's
jossessions a large and valuable law
ibrary. It so happened that he had in
lis hands at this time a case on appeal
to one of the higher courts; he had
nothing else to do, and the library was
close at hand, and he spent the summer
in a study of the case so thorough and
painstaking that he mastered the whole
history of jurisprudence bearing upon
it. He expected very little profit from
it, but he had the satisfaction of doing
a piece of work artistically and ideally
Autumn came at last, and with it the
argument of the case in question. It is
a common saying among lawyer's that
cases are oftener Avon in the office than
in the court-room. The young lawyer
3howed himself a thorough master of
livs case, and presented it with such
clearness, simplicity and vigor that he
held the attention of the Judges to the
very close. One of these Judges had
already decided to leave the bench and
return to general practice; the argu
ment of the young man arrested his at
tention, and resulted in a letter suggest
ing an interview. That summer's work
bore fruit in a partnership in a leading
law firm, and a practice that is to-day
among the most lucrative and influenti
al in the citv.
This bit of history from actual life is
repeated here as "an illustration of a
fact, which men are apt to forget in
their moments of discouragement, that
every life has its opportunity. At some
time or other along the road", very like
ly at its hardest and dreariest point,
success stands with outstretched hand.
She is rarely discerned at the moment,
but the man who uses every opportuni
ty as if it were the great opportunity oi
his life is sure not to-miss the crown
when it is offered because its jewels are
covered. Life is full of vicissitudes,
changes and discouragements; it is also
full of rewards, prizes and opportuni
ties. These come often at the end of a
long course. of discipline and patience:
but to every true worker in one way or
another they do come at last. It is a
battle in which there is no final defeal
to those who strive lawfully; a race in
which no wreaths are lost to those who
If you are at the point of discourage
ment and are beginning to lose heart,
think of the host of men who have
plucked up success out of the jaws oi
failure. Your hour of triumph will come
in due time; work and wait. Christian
It beats all how a Northern man does
hanker to shoot an alligator just as soon
as he gets beyond the Ohio River, and
the further South he goes the stronger
grows the feeling. It's a sort of "buck
fever," and nothing will cure it except
the gore of the reptile. A chap from
Rhode Island went down to Biloxi from
New Orleans with the party. Small
alligators were plenty enough along the
creeks and ditches, and every time the
Clam State man saw one he almost
kicked his boots off. He tackled every
body around Biloxi for an alligator
hunt, and he finally paid a darkey
three dollars to drive him to a lake
four or five miles away, where the
saurians were said to "be numerous
enough to crowd each other out of
water. The boys had been over in the
morning and fixed things. A rope was
tied to either end of a water-soaked log
and led into the bushes, and no sooner
had the hunter discovered a movement
in the water than he opened fire.
"Dat's yer game, -boss." said the
darke-, as he seated himself in the
shade, and the way that old log was
bombarded was a caution. The man
made eyeshots, and line shots, and dead
shots, and after he had fired about
twenty-five times he began to wonder
why his game didn't turn toes up.
"Takes a heap o' lead, boss, but you
is trubblin' him mighty bad,' encour
aged the darkey, and" the bombardment
was renewed with a determination to
dje in the last ditch. Pretty soon a
man broke from the bushes to the left,
and in a voice of authority called oui:
"Shootiug alligators out of season is
an offense punished by a fine of not less
than ten dollars."
"How many shots have you fired?"
"Shooting off a revolver in the State
Df Mississippi, except in self-defense, is
a fine of five dollars for each time!
Have vou a permit?"
"Permit for what?"
"To shoot at Colonel Ford's
tors. If not he can recover damages
not to exceed $500. Did voir cross that
"That's trespass, and. the fine is not
kss man twenty-live dollars
You must I
come with me!"
"But. sir I !'
"I will bring up my horse and bugv
and you mustVo to the countv seat!"
The "constable" started. So'didRhode
island. They went in opposite direc
tion. The Rhode Islander came into
Biloxi on a canter, settled his hotel bill
without stopping to count the change,
and picking up his sachel he dusted oil
along the railroad track as if called to
b death-bed. When I found him in
Mobile a few days later " he had shaved
oft his whiskers and blackened his eve
brows. He also complained of a lame
back and corns on his feet.
"Sav!" savs he. as hp nnrnriilli?
looked around for listeners, "if old
Mississippi feels so stuck up over a few
ponds and alligators and constables she
ean keep 'em and be hanged to her.
I'd rather shoot a crow any time than
atl alligator!" Detroit Free Press.
A Dude Cuffed.
A disturbance occurred yesterday
afternoon on one of the trains from
Rockaway Beach to the city over the
New York & Rockaway Railroad. The
train was crowded, and all the seats
were occupied. In one of the cars stood
two females, one of whom, who was
rather delicate in appearance, carried a
child in her arms. Near to them stood
an elderly man, tall, erect of carriage,
and with white hair and beard. He was
evidently concerned over the fact that a
woman, who seemed in delicate health,
should be compelled to stand with a
heavy child in her arms while many men
occupied seats around her. As a jolt of
the car precipitated the ladies violently
forward and almost caused the one with
the child to lose her balance, the old
gentlemen could evidently stand it no
Inno-pr. TTr ndvnnppd tn n spat nlnsfi tn
the ladies, in which were comfortably
ensconced four young dudes.
"Gentlemen, he said, with every out
ward show of courtesy, but with a slight
inflection of contempt in his voice, "per
mit me to call your attention to the fact
that there are two ladies standing here
whp have been unable to find seats.
One of these ladies is embarrassed with
The young men, who were of the
"nobby" dressed, self-sufficient type of
city youth, stared insolently at the
""We've paid our fare," answered one
of the young men in a saffron necktie,
"and we're entitled to seats."
"If you make that a point," said the
old gentleman, "sooner than see these
ladies stand I will refund you your fares
in return for the two seats."
""We don't want your money," re
torted the 3'oung man who had spoken
'We just want to
.VJ filial. I O ULU.
The old man flushed angrily. "I
come from the South," he said, "and if
there a man were to act as you do under
these circumstances we should look
upon him as a cur and pitch him out of
"Do you call me a cur?" screamed
the young fellow, springing to his feet.
"Do you refuse to relinquish your
"Yes; and do you call me a cur?"
"I consider you to be far lower than
As the old gentleman uttered these
words the young fellow made a threat
ening motion, but the old man was too
quick for him. He drew back his right
hand and administered his opponent a
2tov H'lint itrrk urn ' '
stinging slap on the cheek. Instantly
he executed a similar maneuvre with
his left hand. The smacks rang out
loud and clear above the rumbling noise
of the train. The young man was
staggered, and his companions sprang
up to assist him. Other passengers,
however, whose attention had been at
tracted by the quarrel, sprang to the old
gentleman's side and prevented any
further violence. The ladies, to whom
attention had been attracted by the old
rrentleman's interference in their behalf,
had unnoticed by him been provided
with seats by fellow-passengers a few
seconds before the quarrel culminated
in the warming of the whippersnapper's
ears. Ar. Y. Herald.
A servant girl fell on a bracket, '
Her skull, she did nearly crack it,
St. Jacobs Oil applying,
Saved her from dying
It proved to be " just the racket."
A steamboat Captain from Goshen,
Was hurt by a boiler explosion,
On the pains in his hip,
St. Jacobs Oil got the grip,
He calls it the all-healing lotion.
Bleached mouse is the latest favorito
shade. This will probablv be followed by
the rat tan. Somerville Journal.
If afflicted -with Sore Eves, nee Dr. Isaac
Thompson's Eye Water. Druggists sell it. 23c.
A girl who runs awav to sea has
naughtygal inclination. The Judge.
"Wells' "Rough on Corns." lfic. Ask for it.
Complete, permanent cure. Corns, bunions.
Can an upright man be downright hon
est? Chicago Tribune.
Flies, roaches, ants, bed-bugs, rats, mice,
crows, cleared out by "Rough on Ilats."luc.
All recommend Wise's Axle Grease.
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THE GENERAL MARKETS.
KANSAS CITY, Sept.
CATTLE Shipping Steers.... ?4 55
Native Heifers 3 00
Native Cows 3 00
Butchors' Steers.. 2 75
HOGS Good to choice heavy 4 50
Lijrht 3 75
il KJm O .
CORN No. 2
OATS No. 2
y -- ' ? i
FLOUR Fancy, per sack
HAY Car lots, brieht....
BUTTER Choice dairy 12
CHEESE Kansas, new 09
EGGS Choice 16)i
WOOL Missouri, unwashed..
POTATOES Per bushel
CATTLE Shipping Steers. . . .
TTi"if:S RnnH tr nlininn
SHEEP Fair to choice!".".."!..
FLOUR XXX to choice
WHEAT No. 2 Winter
CORN No. 2 mixed
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TOBACCO New Lugs
Medium new leaf
CATTLE Godd shipping 5 40
HOGS Good to choice.
1 SHEEP Fair to choice
i FLOUR Common to choice.. 5 30
. WHEAT No. 2 red 97
No.2 Spring 97
CORN No.2 49
OATS No. 2 23
PORK New Mess 11 30 11 35
CATTLE Exports 5 25
I HOGS Good to choice 5 25
! COTTON Middling 10
LOUK Uood to choice 4 50 fr
WHEAT No. 2 red 1 15
No.2Spring 1 07
CORN No.2 61
QATS Western mixed S3 &
Advice to Consumptives.
On the appearance of the first symptoms
-as general debility, loss of appetite,
pallor, chilly sensations, followed by night
sweats and cough prompt measures for
relief should be taken. Consumption is
scrofulous disease of the lungs: therefore
use the great anti-scrofula, or blood-purifier
and strength-restorer, Dr. Pierce's
" Golden Medical Discovery." Superior to
Cod liver oil as a nutritive, and unsur
passed as a pectoral. For weak lungs,
spitting of blood, and kindred affections, t
has no equal. Sold by druggists the world
over. For Dr. Pierce's pamphlet on Con
sumption, send two stamps to Worm's Dis
pensary JIedical Ass'tion .Buffalo, N. Y.
A Canadian contemporary asksr "Does
Goldwin Smith" now stop right there,
please. Gold wins a great many persons,
but when you tackle the Smiths you've
got a large family to purchase. Boston
Cancers and Other Tumors
Are treated with unusual success by
"World's Dispensary Medical Association,
Buffalo, N. Y. Send stamp for pamphlet.
" Pa, rogues always fall out at night."
' At night? How do you know that?" " Be
cause, pa, when rogues fall out, honest
men get their dews.' Louisville Courier
Journal. Glenn's Snlplinr Soap
Is infallible when the scalp is annoyed with
dandruff. Hill's Hair Dye, black or brown, 50c.
Boston should make
of the Howness of the
Forceful. Oil City
Fits, Fits, Fits,
Successfully treated by "World's Dispensary
Medical Association. Address, with stamp
for pamphlet, Buffalo, N. Y.
" A scene of bare beauty," is the way a
Rawlins (N. C.) paper puts it in giving a
description of a ball.
Hay-Fever. I have been a Hay-Fever
sufferer for three years ; have often heard
Ely's Cream Balm spoken of in the highest
terms. I used it, and with the most won
derful success. T. S. Geer, Syracuse, N.Y.
Professor in physics: "What is Boyle's
law?" Student, with a carbuncle: ""To
break out in the most inconvenient place."
Baltimore, Md. Dr. Irwin H. Elderidge
says: "I would recommend a trial of
Brown's Iron Bitters in all cases of anremic
dobility or when a tonic or appetizer is in
dicated." The worst punishment you can inflict on
a Chinaman who has committed a crime is
to exqueues him. Loicell Courier.
Hay- Fever. 1 c-m recemmond Ely's
Cream Balm to all Hay-Fever sufferers, it
is, in my opinion, a sure cure. I was af
flicted for 23 vears, and never before found
sure relief. W H. Haskins, Marshfield.Vfc-
Vesuyius threatens another " alarming
eruption." It is hich time for Vesuvius
to be vaccinated. Pittsburgh Telegraph.
Owenton, Ky. Dr. I. F. Mundy says:
"" I have found Brown's Iron Bitters ono of
the best tonics, and prescribe it fre
quently." Is the black man who runs the three
card game a native of Monte-negro? Cin
Nervousness, debility and exhausted
vitality cured by using Brown's Iron Bit
In the dim dictionary of Wall street
thero are several such words as fail.
Ladies, buy for your husband", brothers
and sons Chrolithion Collars and Cuffs and
save trouble in washing.
Stinging, irritation, all Kidney and Blad
der Complaints,cured by "Buchu-Paiba."$l.
One pair of boots or shoes saved every year by
using Lyon's Patent Metallic Heel Stiffeners.
Skinny Men. " "Wells' Health Renewer"
restores health and vigor, cures Dyspepsia.
Reddino's Russia Salve is an invaluable
dressing for inflamed andsore joints Price23c.
Don't Die in the House. " Rough on Rats,"
clears out rats.mice.llies.roachcs.bed-bugs. 15c.
WrSE's Axle Grease never gums.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica
Lumbago, Ilackarhe, Headache, Toothache,
Sore Thront, Swelling" Spri!n, lirniscs,
BiirnB, Hcallfc. Frost Illten,
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Or CHILLS and FEVER,
AND ALL MALARIAL DISEASES.
The proprietor of this celebrated medicine
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edies ever offered to the public for the SAFE,
CERTAIN, 8PEEDY and PERMANENT care
of Ague and Fever, or Chills and Fever, wheth
er of short or long standing. He refers to the
entire "Western and Southern country to bear
him testimony to the truth of the assertion
that in no case whatever will it fail to cure if
the directions are strictly followed and carried
oat. In a great many cases a single dose has
been sufficient for a core, and whole families
have been cured by a single bottle, with, a per
feet restoration of the general health. It is,
however, prudent, andin every case more cer
tain to core, if its use is continued in smaller
doses for a week or two after the disease has
been checked, more especially in difficult and
long-standing cases. Usually this medicine
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good order. Should the patient, however, re
quire a cathartic medicine, after having taken
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TWELVE HOURS AFTEE.
lis. HxxjtT Bjubtxs. the Tea and Coffee Merchant,
50 Hontton Street, New Haven, Conn., Trritea on May
16. 1SS3: Itl with feeling of gratitude, andadealre
to benefit my fellow man that I write yon these few
lines as testimony to the value of the greatest of all
medicines. Eight years have I been a suffererfrom
Kidney disorder and Inflammation of the bladder.
Sometimes when passing water the pains were some
thing terrible, a scalding, burning sensation, with re
tention of urine, with sharp pains in my side, loms,
and back, extending clear to the back of my head,
tended to make life miserable. I have been treated by
a number of our best physicians, and cave used any
number of proprietary medicines, all to no aTall. ob
taining no relief. How long I world have continued
in this way I do not know; in fact 1 despaired of get
ting relief, until a neighbor, who bad been very much
benefited by the use of Hunt's Remedy, advised me to
try it; and, although 1 had no faith that it would reach
my case, yet as he spoke so highly of lis great merits I
decided to give it a trial, and its use has been attended
with the very best possible results. Twelve hours aft
er taking the first dose I experienced relief. I
continued on In its use until I bad used five bottles,
when all the pains had vanished, my otherwise good
health returned, and I am free from all pains, and am
a well man. I am confident my cure has resulted from
the use of Hunt's Keraedy, and that alone.
' ' What it has done for me r am positive It will do f oj
others. You are at liberty to use my name or this let
ter in any manner you see fit."
HURT BY A FAIX.
"When only a boy some thirteen years old I was hurt
quite badly by a fall, and severely injured my back and
kidneys, and was doctored by our best physicians, and
tried many remedies, and they all failed, until Hunt's
Remedy was recommended to us by friends that had
used It here in Manchester with the greatest success.
"We purchased a bottle from Z. Foster Campbell s drug
store, and found that r Improved very rapidly; was re
lieved of the pains In back, and after using several bot
tles found that r was completely cured, and r can not
over-estimate the good Hunt's Remedy has done me,
and can most heartily recommend it to those troubled
with kidney complaint; and you can use this letter as
you choose. Respectfully yours,
Alonzo I. Mxesuxli.
93 Orange St., Manchester, N. H., May 7, 16S3.
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niMH and kindred i
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out :i rival.
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r H EL CREAM BALM
when applied by
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of catarrhal virus,
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agesf rora addition
heals the sores and
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bullet attachment, delivered free on reccipi
of one dollar. Send for price list of Scroi
Saws. liicvcles. Fi-hinfr Tackle. Hammocks.
Ae. THE JOHN WILKINSON CO., 78.
80 nd 82 Wabash Avenue, Chicago, m.
A. MOXTH and 1IOAKD forth CC live
Young Men or Ladles, In each county. Ad
dress P. W. ZIEGLEP.&CO., Chicago, 111.
make money selling our Family Medi
cines; no capital required, staxiiare
Cuke Co.. lOT Pearl St.. New Yohk.
U 0 CELEBRATED 7 '$g
"r &ff(iflr$. tTjP 3t- p T
Tho Peculiar Old Mystery!
It was One of the peculiarities of the old-fashioned Doctdrs that they
never would tell patients what they were prescribing for them. They said
it would do the patients no good to know, and that it would only be grati
fying a foolish curiosity. In order to keep patients from knowing, they
would write the prescriptions in dog-Latin, so that most patients could not
read them. All that sort of thing is now over. Thepatientwants to know what
he takes'. He is weak, and wants to be strong, or he is dyspeptic, and
wants to digest well. Or he has a troublesome liver which he wants to
put to rights. So he takes Brown's Iron Bitters about which there is no
mystery at all. This is the best preparation of iron in the world, in com
bination with gende yet efficient tonics. It gives strength. It builds up
enfeebled systems. It enriches impoverished blood. It removes feminine
weaknesses. It casts out debility. It is what yotj want, and your druggist
has it. 2
And -will eomplettlr chance the Wood in the entire tvrtem in three months. Any person who will taVe ONE PII.L
EACH NIGHT FROM ONE TO TWELVE WEEKS, nuy be restored to sound health, if inch a thing be po-iible.
For curing Female Complaints these Pills hare no eqoaL Physicians use them in their practice. Sold everywhere, or
tent by mail for 25 cents in stamps. Send for pampmVt. I. S. JOHNSON & CO., Boston, Mass.
OUGHT TO KNOW.
There exists a means of se
curing a soft and brilliant
Complexion, no matter Low
Soor it may naturally be.
apn's Magnolia Ealm is a
delicate and harmless arti
cle, which instantly removes
Freckles, .Tan, Redness,
Roughness, Eruptions, "Vul
gar Flushings, etc., etc. So
delicate and natural are its
effects that its use is not
suspected by anybody.
fto lady has the right to
present a disfigured face in
society when the Magnolia
Balm is sold by all druggists
for 75 cents.
A Dangerous Case.
BooHXSTxx. June 1. 1882. "Tea
Yesn ago I was attacked with the most
Intense and deathly pains is my back and
" Extending to the end of my toes and to
my brain I
" Which made me delirious!
" From agony.
u It took three men to hold me on my bed
" The doctors tried in vain to relieve mo.
But to no purpose.
" Morphine and other opiates
"Had no effect!
" After two months I was given up to die "
" When my wife
neard a neighbor tell what Hop Bitters had
done for her, she at once got and gave me
some. The first dose eased my brain and
seemed to go hunting through my system,
for tho pain.
" The second dose eased me so much that
I slept two hours, something 1 had not done
for two montlis. Before I had used five
bottles, I was well and at work, as hard as
any man could, for over three weeks; but I
worked too hard for my strength, and tak
ing a hard cold, I was taken with the most
acute and painful rheumatism all through
my system that was ever known. I called
the doctors again, and after several weeks,
they left me a cripple on crutches for life,
as they said. I met a friend and told him
my case, and he said Hop Bitters had cured
him and would cure me. I poohed at him,
but he was so earnest I was induced to use
them again. In less than four weeks 1
threw away my crutches and went to work
lightly and kept on using the bitters for five
weeks, until I became as Avell as any man
liviug, and have been so for six years since.
It also cured my wife, who had been so for
years; and has kept her and my children
well and hearty with from two to tlireo
bottles per year. There is no need to be
sick at all if these bitters are used.
J. J. Bkkk, Ex-Supervisor.
" That poor invalid wife!
" Can be made the picture of health witb
a few bottles of Hop Bitters I
" Will you let them suffer?"
Boring Wells Sf?
Weil Boring and Rock Drilling- Machine
Is Very Profitable I
$25 to $40
Machines Alade to Itun by Horse, ;
xLana or oteam rower.
Send for Catalogue. Address
LOOMIS & HYMAN, TIFFIN, OHIO.
Iron Lerers. Pteel Brins3. Br TARE SEAM.
jom:s, sir pays xun Kittit.nr.
Bold on trial. Warrants 5 years. Jill ixei aa low.
Forfra Look, address
JONES CF BINGHAMTOH,
nn infallible cure for Pile.
Price 81, from druKJtists. oi
sent prepaid lv mall. Sample
free. Ad. "AJTAKESIS,"
Makers, Box 2110, New Yorlc.
For 50 cents enough ciilcr pre
server will be sent to keep a bar
rel of cider sweet. jyCut this out.
F. W. Sennewald. St. Louis, Mo.
Va si Can Sell a dozen or two of Dr. Chase's
I OH Family Physician in any town. Try It. Terma
aberai A. W . HAMILTON & CO.. Ann Arbor, Mich.
Sheets fine writing paper In BlotterTablct.wIth
calendar. 2" cts., by mail. Agents wanted.
Economy Printing Co., Newburyport, Mass.
Wholesale and retail. Send I r price-list.
GooiIr sent C. O. 1) WIks made to order.
K. HUKXHAM, Tl State Street, Chicago.
f DBS BfRJS and WHISKY HABITS rurcd
vrlUlII at home without pain. II ok of par
ticulars sent free. B.M. Woollet.M.D., Atlanta, (la.
Good Pay for Agent. ."SlOO lo S200 per
mo. marie elllnic our fine Rooks fc ItIM-.
Write to J. C. McCurdy fc Co.. HU Lnnii, Mo.
BRYANT &STRATTOH'S S3y2
St. Louis, Mo. TCOstudents yearly. Graduate successful
In getting employments SKNI FOK CIKCUJAIU
"Vfil ino IWrari IcarnTKi.EaTurHY'icreanc.
I UUIIg IWiUll wrwill.'ive you a situation.
Clrculais free. VALENTINEBROS.. Janesville.Wis-
" r . x.".
CURES WHERE 11 Flcr ran
BestCVmrfh Rvmn TuEtoa onvl
use in time. &oic
Sold by druggists.
AUCNTS WANTED the best Family Kn
tine Machine ever Invented. Will knit a pair ol
Btockinpj with HEEL and TOE complete in twen
ty minutes. It will also knit a great variety of fancy
work for whieh there Is always a ready market. Send
for circular and terms to the Twomhly Knitting
Machine Co.. 1C3 Tremont Street. Boston, ilaes.
CHICAGO SCALE CO,
151 South Jrfftnon Street. Chicaao. III.
2-Ton Wasnn Scale. S40; 4-Ton S60r
x.ittio ueiectlre," ki. send lor race L,vti
ttfanfarl Arrange Male and female forncwbooV
namSU AgeniS luu2hterorAmerlc-'v
Low in price. SOc. will secure an outfit and agency.
Address FOKHEE & JIcMAKIN. Cixcikxati, O.
tT 7ft A WEEK. $12 a day at home easily made.
J)l Costly ontflt free. Address True i:Co.AUT5ta.Me.
A HOSTS. Apent Wanted. 0 best
sellingartioIeB in the world. 1 sample FREK
Address JAY BRONSON, Ditkoit, Mich.
t day at home. Samples worth 8 3
aiw3u.ii oj-oruaaa. mo.
tin.. Pan. Enllepsy or FItsJn2l hours. Free to poor.
U ii 6 W Ul E De-Krus
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