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PERSONAL AM) UTERAKY.
y Sarah Winnemucca, the Piute Prin
cess, haa written aliook about the Piute
tribe of Western Indians, which will be
issued by a Boston house.
Mrs. S. J. Dunbar, a representative
of well known Boston families residing
in Colorado Springs, has received the
prize of one hundred dollars offered by
a citizen of that place for the best arti
cle descriptive, of Colorado Springs and
Manilou. Boston -Transcript.
The Northern Pacific Railroad is in
good hands. The' President, Mr. Vill
ard, was first a reporter, then a Wash
ington correspondent. The Vice-President,
Mr. Oakes, started in life as a tel
egraph messenger boy and then be
came an operator. Chicago Inter
Ocean.
Hon. Jehu Baker is not much known
among proof-readers. When he made
a big campaign speech, it was attributed
to "Hon. John Boker."' Later a tele
gram spoke of him as John Jehu, Min
ister to Venezuela. When last heard
from his name had got into a St. Louis
paper as Balzer. Detroit Post. ,4
The leading literary- club of IsTew
Orleans has a majorit' of Creoles. Mr.
G. W. Cable, in his books, whose sub
jects are in old New Orleans, has de
f' scribed the Creoles, and has become
famous. But when he was proposed as
a member of their club the very nomi
natiori'was considered as an insult,:and
he was rejected. --A". Y. Herald.
George Bancroft, the historian," is
thus described: Over eighty-three years
of age, he has a frame of iron and a
brain as bright as that of a youth. He
is of middle weight, lean ami wiry. His
thin, thoughtful face is lengthened by
his long, silky beard of sable-silver, and
his thick hair is combed back from a
broad, high, brainy forehead. He has
light blue eyes, and a complexion dark
ened by the winds of his daily horse
back ride.
At the banquet given the Chicago
Knights in York. Ensr., Rev. Dr. Lori
mer found it difficult to say " My Lord
Mayor,"' and erivploj'ed the form "Mr.
Mayor," lo the no small amusement of
the company, but turning lo the civic
magnate he said with peculiar intona
tion of voice: "You must excuse me,
your Honor."' Laugh. "I mean, my
lord, but, the truth is, I'm a good deal
of an American, and the word 'lord'
does not How smoothly and trippingly
from my tongue."1 Applause from; com
pany and smiles of approval from May
or. Chicago Journal.
H02IE, FAIOI AXD (U1IDZS.
Wasps will
colonies of bees
place
attack strong
a weak swarm
HUMOROUS.
Vunch defines the difference be
tween a pitch-fork and a tuning-fork:
One is used to make hay with, and the
other to make "A" with.
"It's a rule at my table," said an
old settler to his guest, "that each one
shall wipe his knife on his plate before
sticking it into the butter dish."
Harpc.r's Bazar.
The High School girl condemns the
phrase "tumble to the racket"' as vile
slang. She says "precipitate in the di
rection of the clamor" is a more ele
gant expression. Oil City Derrick.
"How old would a on think my
daughter was," asked a mother of a
lady friend at one of our summer re
sorts: "would you think she"Vas eight
een?" "Oh, yes," was the candid re
ply, "I should think she was eighteen
about ten years ago?" "They never
speak as the' pass bj" now. Yonkcrs
Statesman.
Young lady (just from boarding
school, at dinner table) "Pleas", papa.
I'd like a leg of the roast chicken."
Vapa "Yoii have had onemy dar.
iVllli. UHL UllUR'l 11.111 II1U ULIllJl..
Young ladj (
"Un, Mire enou
two legs. It's a cluck that has' four
Harper $ Bazar.
"Are you to take astronomy next
term. Klise.'" inquired a classmate' of J
her ounir friend. "Hardlv. But Au
gustus is giving me splendid astronomi
cal les-on's during the vacation."
"Isn't that nice? Has he tet bonks
and an atlas?" "Oil, Louise, juv dearl
seldom
but if
is near a place irequentcci ov wasps
they will annoy the bees considerably.
Boston Transcript.
Fuller, in his Small Fruit Cullur
ist, says: " 1 do not believe that there
is one acre of strawberries in a thou
sand, cultivated in this country, that
yields over one-half what it would if
the ground was properly prepared be
fo replanting." '
If you are afraid your yeast cakes
are a little stale, put one of them in a
cup of warm water with a good pinch
of hojis; let this stand for an hour or so
before using; it will have an excellent
effect on the 3-east, and will insure good
bread. Indianapolis Journal.
It is said that tomato plants can be
raised from slips or cuttings as easily
as many of our house plants. If so, the
farmer s wife can take a few slips in the
fall and furnish the kitchen garden with
plants in the spring, even farther ad
vanced than the seedlings grown in hot
'beds. Lace or muslin drapery for the
windows add so much attraction to a
room that it pays to have them if one
can afford it, and very pretty curtains
are now comparatively inexpensive.
The scrim with strips of drawn work
are very durable, and if trimmed on the
edge with suitable 'lace an excellent
effect is produced. N. Y. Post.
Great care should be taken in seed
ing "with clover to leave no gaps, foi
the' will inevitably be covered with
weeds, a worse than useless waste of
ground. It is a good plan to lap the
seed a trifle, and then sow cross-wise,
to make sure that all is evenly distrib
uted. A peck per acre, sown four quarts
each wav, gives a good stand. Toledo
Blade.
A small economy, but one not to be
despised, especially in large families, is
to save bits of toilet soap when they
begin to waste. When a pint or even
half a pint is collected, put in a bowl,
add boiling water and stir. Set away,
and, as it evaporates add a little boiling
water and stir well. Do this every
day till all the lumps have disappeared.
Then add a few drops of oil of cinna-
man or oil of cologne. Wet a deep, nar
row pan in cold water, pour in the soap
and leave it to mold. Alter two or
three daj-s turn it out and leave to dry.
The result will be an acceptable toilet
soap. Exchange.
Mr. and Mrs. Jones at Home-
Selecting Seed Corn.
in a sprightly, manner)
jugh! achickeii' lias on
ir
It is the usual cii3tom among farmers
to select seed corn at the time of husk
ing, and each farmer has his particular
idea as to what constitutes a perfect ear,
while some select the earliest ears,
others select the largest, and most of
farmers select the largest of twin ears,
though some object to this, and prefer
an ear that is of good s:ze and grows by
itself on a rather small stalk.
Our methods of selecting seed corn
and of improving it are most of them
wrong. In the first place, if we would
make permanent improvements, we
mut have our seed corn grown by it
self, and begin early in the season to
remove all of the inferior stalks, thus
insuring the seed to come from vigorous
plauts, free from disease or imperfec
tions; then the selection of the seed
should be done in the field as soon as it
begins to ripen, marking each T ear by
tying a red string around it. When
luiNked a second selection should be
made, rejecting all undesirable cais.
A i'w year-? of careful selection in this
way will make a marked change in the
corn, it will be more even and' also
more productive, because there will
be lcs unproductive stalks, those hav-
before .bios-
Mrs. Jones was reading aloud the
other night, and took that occasion to
hiijt toward a reconciliation with the
Sawyers, who haven't spoken since their
cat went home on the fly with an
abraded skin, the result of Jones' dem
onstrations in science. So she found
some philosophical reflections concern
jng. living in peace with one's neighbors,
which ended by declaring that the hap
piest moments of people's lives were
when, the had reconciled a difficulty
vitlf their neighbors, etc.
" 'Tisn't so," snarled Jones, who was
crosser tlian a pet lamb. "The happiest
moment of -your life is when jou have
driven everybody else out and hold the
iort yourself; at least that's the way it
looks to a man up a tree."
"Mr. Jones," said his wife, severely,
"I wish you would not swear so before
the children."
"Didn't use a single swear word,"
grumbled Jones. ,
"Actions spead louder than words,"
retorted Mrs. Jones,,and there was a
brief silence; then Maria forgot to be
mad, and remarked: ' r
" Bridget says they've had an awful
time in at Sawyer's."
"Eh, glad of it;" growled Jones.
"The children told their mother that
their pa gave Annie that's their kitch
en girl a pair of diamond ear-rings."
"Good heavens" exclaimed Joues,
getting interested, "I never thought
Tom Sawyer was any better than he
ought to be!"
"Oh, it turned out all right: yester
day was her birthday. The ear-rings
were for her; solitaires what luck that
woman has!"
"Why, Maria, how unreasonable 3011
are! You might have had diamond ear
rings, too, if you would ever consent to
have your ears bored."
"My ears have been bored ever since
I knew you, without nry consent," said
Mrs. Jones, "but I've never had. any
diamond ear-rings."
" Maria !" Jones was going to con
tradict her, but he didn't. Hcgrasned
his hat and cane and said he would take
a turn in the fresh air.
But that night he had a sweet revenge.
In the dead" calm hour when witches
walk the earth and sheeted students
prowl around country church-yards, Mr.
Jones laid- a cold hand on Maria.
"St-st-st," he whispered.
Mrs. Jones gave a scream that woke
the policeman on the next block.
" W-w-what is it?" she gasped.
"Nothing," said Jones, in a sleepy
tone, "vou're not Afraid of a bat are
AConghessiian speaking one day,
Got lame in his jaw, they do say,
"With the ache he was toiling,
But a St. Jacobs Oiling,
He said was worth all his pay.
The champion driver Dan Mace,
"Who never was " left" in a race,
Says for cuts and sprains,
And all bodily pains,
St. Jacobs Oil holds the first place.
In 1S19 Florida was ceded to the United
States by the Spaniards. It bas since been
seeded to cotton and sweet oranges. Chi
cago Herald. '
A BIG 1IIO B.
The Live-Stool Indicator" Xeweat Ab-
ltouucement.
The best live-stock paper that reaches
this office is the Kansas City Live-Stock
IxmCATon, and itis continually improving.
The publishers make a special announce
ment that all new subscribers can have The
Indicator sent to their address for ."" cents,
for the balance of this year, or from now
until Jan. 1st, 1S&1, for the regular yearly
subscription price $1.50. Samplo copies are
mailed free, and our readers who want to
be thoroughly posted on the Kansas City
markets as well as on all matters pertain
ing to 1 i ve-stock and agriculture in this great
new West ought to subscribe for The Indicator.
vou
j-'
'- Oh-h-h." screamed Mrs. Jones,
drajrging the bed-clothes over her head.
"Oh-h-h, J up t ha. get up and put it
out!"'
" Shan't do it," said Jones in a blood
curdling whisper. Vin not afraid if
-you are."
"Oh Jeptha dear, darling Jeptha, if
you have any regard for me your own
Maria get up and put the dreadful
thing out. It would kill me if it Hew
on the bed! I know it would."
"It isn't that kind of a bat," said
Jones, sleepily " it is not of the cheirop
terous species."
"What is it!" gasped Mrs. Jones, in a
voice suffused with bed-clothes.
"Its a base-ball bat," answered
her husband, sweetly. "Good-night,
Maria." Detroit Post and Tribune.
" Absence makes the heart grow
fonder" of some other fellow. Detroit
Post.
m -
"With Grateful reclines."
Dr. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. : Dear Sir-
Your " Golden Medical Discovery" and
" Purgative Pellets" have cured my daugh
ter of scrofulous swellings and open sores"
about the neck; and your "Favorite Pre
scription" has accomplished wonders in
restoring to health my wife who had been
bed-fast for eigat months from Female
Weakness. I am with grateful toolings,
yours truly, T. H. Long, Galvestou,Texas.
".Pirra thief to cach a thief," and they
divide the boodle. X. Y. Neics.
" Fair Girl Cr:itluatc.,"
Whose sedentary lives increase those trou
bles peculiar to women, should uso Dr.
Faroe's " Favorite Prescription," which is
an unfailing remedy. Sold by druggists.
No t:j;k like the present," remarks the
bov with a new gift watch.
Huxtsville, Ala. Dr. J. C. Spotswood
says: " I highly recommend Brown's; Iron
Bitters for dyspepsia, rheumatism and
general debility."
A piano accompaniment The stool. JY.
1". World.
f.cok Out for frauds !
The genuine ' Rough 011 Corns" is made
only by E. S. Wells (Proprietor of " Rough
on Ras"), and lias laughing face of a man
on labels. 1.1c and tiTic bottles.
Don't Die in the House. " Itourh on Bats,"
clears out ratt-.mioe.tlies.roaohes.Ued-buirs. 15c.
" A bird in the hand is
can get for it.
worth" all you
A Torning Scene.
ing been carefully cut out
soming.
The continual selection of twin- ears
tends to increase the small unripe' ears,
Avhich do not pay the husking, for un
less the stalk be of Jargesize it will not
earn-out two full sized ears: butif an
effort be made to secure seed that will
produce one good ear, on a small stalk,
in a few rears the small green ears will
disappear, thus reduciug the labor oi
Ho s.ivs I'm: all tlit world lo liim. :mil
. when "I leanlmv head on his shoulder he j husking, and yet not decrease the yield,
is my AllsLsFHurlJord Post. '
" What. was the trouble between jou
and another-p:.rty. Mike, on the avenue
last evening;" inquired, an Austin citi
zen of his Hibernian porter. "Well,
ver see. sur) jt ias a bit of hesitation
"on his purl;" ' "A bit of hesitation?"
" Yes, sur. lYou see I gave him the
choice av niv two iisfs, an' he seemed
tQ hesitate 5oike, an' when I seen ho
couldn't make ifjS! his Tiibind, I1 fist gave
him the two av'cm for luck." 'Texas
Sif lings. J ,-
A Roman ecclesiastic, in reply to
whatever qubstion might-be-proposed,-ahwvys
began by saying: "I make a dis
tinction."' A Cardinal, having invited
him to dine, proposed to derive some
amusement for the company from this
fcvell-known peculiarity of his guest.
Saying to him that he had an impor
tant question to propose, he asked: "Is
it under any vircuraslances lawful to
baptize in soup?' "I make a distinc
tion," said the priest. "If you ask: Is
it lawful to baptize in soup in general?
I say no; if you-ask:Jsut Jawful-to bap
tize in your 'Excellency's soup? I say
yes, for there is really no difference be
tween it andj water." ' " -: t '
Wanted to Settle.
- Kt
Among the passengers inaJTslagef
coach, stopped one day last spring'by
road-agents in Montana,, was a .Buffalo
ninr, ix-1-.rt ,o c? tut- T imn f r lrrl rt, ..
the ground with a view. of establishing
a clothing store. He was the last one
out of the poach, and.. as he was or
dered to hold up his liands, he called
out: j 3 t-- . ,
" Shentlemen. I like to shettle dis case
like an honest mn!" Id f-'
" Keep 3'our hands upT. , r .,
" If I can'ij mate an assignment to my
brudder Moses I settle mityou for tweiv
ty cents on der dollar. 'V, Pt
"You shut; up and shell out!" was the
stern command : t r,
"Shentleniens,'' continued the vic
tim, as he Kvriggled around, "I haf
mauc three Assignments and Jailed seex
times in peesness, undI n&fer vhas
treated like.Uis. before. . I .shall now
offer thirty centon der ddilafjlmd if you
doan' take Him I'll go.intqbankr.uptcy r
und my wife puts all'der "cash in her
stocking!" Wall Street News.
for two, small stalks with, one godd ear
each will as readily grow on pne large
stalk with one large and one small ear.
Every farmer shpuld settle ,down tc
some particular variety which he be
lieves to be best adapted to his, particu
lar farm. By so' doing he will be, able
to raaiiium a variety distinct; from all
others, and to, year after year, improve
it in the direction he may think best
luted to his' wants. ' Some farmers arc
doing""this, and have already made" con
siderable progress. -The object fo ba
sought should be to secure a variety of
coi;n that 3yill produce ,the Jarget
amount possible with the expenditure
of a given amount of labor and material.
Massachusetts Ploughman.
Wooden Water Pipes.
For conveying short distances (less
than iiftcen rods), and where the
amount desired is greater than can be
supplied by a half-inch pipe, wooden
tubing will be found cheaper than iron.
-lead.oE-other,metallic pipes- Wooden
tubing, of from one and a quarter to
two-inch bore, may be obtained $f all
Hardware dealers, ln . purchasing ob
'serye tha the ehdsare irorirbound, to
prevent splitting when placed together,
and to prevent the tubes bursting when
under'a heavy Jhead of -water. Before
the pipe is laid, it is best to give it one
or two coats of, oil; even crude petro
leum will do; this adds greatly tp the
uiuuuuii). xn -pipes tnrougn which
there is a constant llow of water, there
is,butJrle( danger-'of-. decay;1 jnsfaot, we
haveknown of 'old-fashioned piimpj logs
being removed after nearly fifty years
of constant use, and fpund so.und upon
the inside. Wooden, as ' VvelU as other
pipes, for conveying water, shoultl be
laid below the frost line. Ifi the
water be intended for drinking purposes,
placd'the pipe at least threer-feet under
ground, and if in sandy,"" porous soils,
to a still greater depth. "After thejpipe
is in position.and oefore .the water is
admitted, p'our 3io coai tar 'xo- it.
especially At each joint, which is readily
done by using a watering-pot or an old
tea or coffee-pot. Always test, wooden
and other pipes afrer'they'arelaid, by
JmMnSJaiatejr bjforjpjtfringthern
with soil, in order that a leak, if found,
may be easilystopped.-lncjftHm
About eight o'clock yesterda' morn
ing a man smoking plug tobacco in an
old clay pipe walked otit of a Michigan
avenue saloon with a rat in a trap. ""He
looked neither to the right nor the left
until he had reached the middle of the
1 street. Then he placed the trap on the
ground and whistled for his dog. Jf he
had a dog, the animal did not respond,
but the public did. In less than two
minutes thirty men were rushing to the
spot.
"Hi! there! Don't let him out till I
get my dog," shouted one.
"Hold on! Wait for the dogs!'7 yelled
half a dozen voices at once.
"Keep cool and form a circle!" com
manded a policeman, as he took a firmer
grip of his baton.
The man with the trap spread a large
handkerchief over it and waited. He
was not a bit excited. On the contrary
he was as placid as a chip sailing in the
wash-dish. . ' ' 5
" Whar' did ye ketch him?" inquired
a newsboy.
The placid man did not deign to
reply-
What 11 yc take fur him?"
Vigor, strength and health, all obtained
by using Brown's Iron Bitters.
I cheerfully add my testimony to the
value of Ely's Cream Balm as a specific in
the case of one in our family, who has been
seriously debilitated with Catarrh for the
past eight years, having tried ineffectually
other medicines and several specialty doc
tors in Boston. She improved at once under
this discovery, and lias gained her health
and hearing, which had been considered
incurable. Rorert AV. Merrill, Secre
tary of the Phcenix Manufacturing Co.,
Grand Haven, Mich.
Stinging, irritation, all Kidney and Blad
der ComplaintSjCiired by "Buchu-Paiba."$l.
Colden's Liquid Beer Tonic
Promotes digestion in females of delicate
health. Colden's, no other, of druggists.
Skinny Men. " Wells' Health Renewer"
restoreshealth and vigor, cures Dyspepsia.
Get Lyon's Patent Hycl Stiffencrs for those
new boots or shoes before 3011 rim them over.
Wise's Axle Grease never gums.
THE GENERAL MARKETS.
KANSAS CITY, Sept. 18, 1SS3.
CATTLE Shipping Steers. ...54 55
Native Heifers 3 00
Native Cows
Butchers Steers..
HOGS Good to choice heavy
WHEAT No. 1
No 2
y -' o
vAlc "'iO ..
ill X'i'-.i Ob "
PLOUK Fancy, per sack
HAY Car lots, brijrht
BUTTEK-Choice dairy
CHEESE Kansas, new
EGGS Choice
PORK Hams
Shoulders
Sides
-- il-U
WOOL Missouri, unwashed..
POTATOES Per bushel
ST. LOUIS.
CATTLE Shipping Steers. . . .
Butchers' Steers...
TTfiaS finoil tn nlinioo
aslcecl f SHEEP Fair to choice.
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another, but his inquiry was treated with J JJ,?irffc"jyc:w.cHoIce"
., ' -, . .4. WHEAT No. 2 niter. ..
um saiut; Mifiu uuiuumpi.
Then four or live men came running
up with dogs under their arms, and ten
or iiftcen dogs on foot followed behind.
There was a light between a bull-dog
and a Newfoundland, and there would
have been a row between owners had
not a second policeman appeared.
vci n.wiui.wy iraioiru. xiiy uu a , siIEEP-Filir to choico
were arranged in. a circle and held by t FLOUR Common to choice.
300
3 00
4)
460
J)0
86
75
38
21
43
220
700
12
09
30
12
6
8
8
18
25
5 00
4 00
475
250
3 30
1 00
5t.
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their collars, und (the placid man slowly , WHEAT-No. 2 red :
knocked the ashes from his pipe, looked No.2''Spring!.!!!
carefully around, and then -raised the CORN N0.2!.".. ...... .'.'".'.'.'.
trap and shdok the rat out. All the i SiVs " 2
CORN No. 2 mixed
A .r &TiJa
COTTON Middlinjr
TOBACCO New Lugs
3Icdium,new leaf
CHICAGO.
CATTLE Good sliippine 5 40
HOGS Good to choice..'. 4 40
2 75
5 SO
95
85
ai
50
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5 20
4 40
3 40
3 55
4 75
4 G5
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70 J
384
2154
43,
230
7 50
20
10
17
33
7
9
9
39
30
5 85
4 50
5 15
3 75
254
52
11 05 11
4 40
U-V-17
seconus , pork Nrw Mess.
dogs made a rush, but in ten
each and every canine walked off on his
ear and seemed to be hurt in his feel
ings. A boy stepped forward andttTeld cOTTON-Micidl'
me rac up 10 view.
"It's a crockery rat!" he yelled as
he whirled it around.
" Yes, it vhas a grogery radfc, und he
cost me den cents!" calmly replied the
placid man as he walked off .with his
trap. Detroit' Free -Press. '
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CATTLE Exports 5 25
HOGS Good to choice 5 25
inir 30
FLOUR Good to choice 4 50
WHEAT No. 2 red 114
No.SSpilnjf 107
CORN No.2 03
OATS Western mixed 33
0 50
5 50
10!
7 00
115
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Cigarette' smoking by messenger
bos and others is considered an fm
mense nuisance, riowy by 'l&evr York
brokers. They lind their rooms tilled
with the mo3tfr offensive-, o'dbi and the,
boys do uot heed signs bearing words
"no cigarette ) smoking : (her"? pic.
Managers of messenger agencies "are
tiying to restrain the habit, but with
slight success. One of them said: ' We
make-strinjrent rule concerning' smok
ing, and punish the boys if thpy' bre:tk
them. I can pick out:i?Jcigarette-smlok-ing
bov at any time. jgXhe -habitmakfts
them pallid, lazy ami impudent. K.
Y. Tribune. 1 . ? ;
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banke
tne cor
villa in New Hampshire which will have
t o
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C. Stedman. the New York uoet-
rwho retjentjy failed, .lately Jaid '
ner-stonei ;or iacostiy 'summer I
to
'go.
-Ar. Y. Suit.
PORK-tandard Mess 32 90 13 00
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REMEDY
orfaieil
"" "Eelleves and cures
RHEUMATISM,
Neuralgia,
SCIATICA, LUMBAGO,
BAC3LVCH,
Headache, Tootbaelio,
SORE THROAT.
QUINS F, SWELLINGS,
SEKABfS, (l)
Soreness, Cots, JJrniscs,
FROSTBPJES,
3SUKNSy SCAJLDS,
And all other bodily aches
and pains.
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
Sold by all Drngplsts and
Dealers. Directions la 1.
languages.
The Charles A. Vo?eIer Co.
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'Goldek Medical Discovery" is war
ranted to cleanse the blood from all im
purities, from whatever cause arising. For
scrofula, sores of all kinds, skin and blood
diseases, its effects are marvelous. Thou
sands of Testimonials from all parts. Send
stamp for pamphlet on skin diseases. Ad
dress "World's Dispensary Medical. As
sociation, Buffalo, N. Y.
If your dining-room is made cool and
airv, how is your chambermaid? Chicago
Tribune.
-
Tampico, Texn. Rev. D. F. Manly says:
" Brown's Iron Bitters relieved me of indi
gestion and nervousness after pbvsicians
failed."
. j
Alx. recommend Wise's Axle Grease.
A POLICEMAN'S DUTY;
Policeman Ed. Iv. IlEATn. 29 North Street, Port
land. Me., May 11. 1SS3, xrrttes:
"I have been troubled for a good many years xrlth
Inflammation of the bladder, dating us far back as dur
ing the time I -was In the army. I suffered with dull,
heavy pains In the back and kidneys too intense for
me to describe, and tried several remedies that were
recommended, and was examined by one of our best
physicians, who pronounced it Inflammation of the
bladder; and 1 went to the hospital for treatment, but
all medicine and treatment had seemed to fall. 1 was
recommended to try Hunt's Remedy, as it had been
used In several such cases here in Portland and vicini
ty 1 purcha&cd a bottle at Smith's drug store here,
and found after using the first bottle that it relieved
me greatly, and after using several bottles found that
it did me more good than all other medicines and treat
ment I have received cimbined. And to add to my
sood opinion of Hunt's Remedy, I beg to state In clos
ing that my wife has licen for a long time troubled with
a weakness and inflammation of the bladder, with a
complication of other diseases peculiar to women.
After pslng only two bottles she has been completely
cured: and I can say that my wife i loud ni praise of
tlds wonderful medicine, and I would highly recom
mendit to all who arc Buffering from kidney diseases
or diseases of the bladder."
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B STOMACH 4
TTE&S
In feTer and tgoo
diitricts, in tropical
and other regions
Visited by epidemics,
and Indeed In all
localities where tho
conditions are unfa
vorable to health,
this 1 amons Testa
ble Invito rant and al
terative. Hostettet's
s Stomach Bitters, has
oeen louna a toien:
safeguard even to
feeble constitutions
and fragile frames,
wlille is a cure fox
indigestion, bilious
ness and klndrrd
complaints, it is wlth
outarlval. For sale by Jl
Druggists and Ieal
crs generally.
mm.
&35M
NO CTATERIAI. CHANGE.
This l? to certify that I have used Hunt's Remedy for
the kidney complaint; "and derived much benefit from
'its ue;
lhavc been afflicted about one year, and received
treatment from the local physicians, and med a num
ber of so-called specifics without any material help. I
am happy to say, after using tlirct bottVs of Hunt's
Remedy. 1 was completely cured.
I never fail to recommend it, and you are at liberty
to use my name in any manner you may desire.
Jonx "V Johnston-.
Xoewich.Cosx., May 7, 1S30.
DR. JQHfg BOLL'S
Mil's Tonic Sin
FOR THE CURE OF
FEVER and AQUE
Or CHILLS and FEVER,
AND ALL MALARIAL DISEASES.
The proprietor of thi3 celebrated medicine
justly claims for it a superiority over all rem
edies ever offered to tile public for the SAFE,
CERTAIN, SPEEDY and PERMANENT cure
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 hear
him testimony to the truth, of tho assertion
that in no case whatever will it fail to cure if
the directions are Btrictly followed and carried
out. In a great many cases a single dose has
been sufficient for a cure, and whole families
have been cured by a single bottle, with a per
fect restoration of the general health. It is,
however, prudent, andin every case more cer
tain to euro, 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
will uot require any aid to keep the bowels in
good order. Should the patient, however, re
quire a cathartic medicine, after having taken
three or four doses of the Tonic, a single dose
of BULL'S VEGETABLE FAMILY PILLS
will be sufficient.
REVOLVERS.
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with a complete snt of re-losd ng Implements. (Quan
tity limited. Every Run, warranied, and sent C.O.I).
wlih piivileg; of examination and trial. ..
E. E. MEMOES & CO. "
Direct Importers of Guns and Gun Goods,
121-123 West Fifth. Street,
Illustrated Catalogue Free. Knw City, Jto.
Catarrh are b MU"
when applied ty
the finger into the
nostrils, will be ab
sorbed, effectually
cleansinp the head
3c0zf vtiADl causing healthy ee
inllummation, pro
tects the membrane
of tho niu-ul pass
ages from addition
al colds,comoletely
heals the sores and
restores taste anil
smell. A fovr appli
cations relieve. A
thorouijh treatment
will positively cure.
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BULL'S WORM DESTROYER.
The Popular Remedies of the Day.
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BAD, BAD, BAD BLOOD.
Some blood is bad because it is poor and weak. Some is bad because
it contains impurities. Some men have such bad blood that the wonder is
it does not poison the mosquitoes who come to bite them, ;
The rich red color of good blood is owing to the iron which is present.
Blood which has not enough iron in it is always unsatisfactory. The per
son in whose veins it circulates cannot be said to enjoy good health.
The efforts of expert chemists to produce a preparation of iron which
can be assimilated with the blood have resulted in that perfect preparation
which is an important part of Brown's Iron Bitters. It is the only one
which freely enters into the blood. It is the only one which accomplishes
the desired good.
Weak, poor, thin blood may be made rich and strong, and impure
blood may be purified by the use of that Great Iron Medicine, Brown's
Iron Bitters. - ' ' 3
And will complete! chance the blood in tir entire ivrtem in three months. Any perron who will take ONK 1'Il.L
EACH NIGHT FKOM ONE TO TWK1.VE WEEKS, may be restored to found health, if luch a thine b poiib!e.
For curing Female Complaint these PilU have no equal. Physicians use them in their practice. Sold everywhere, or
lent by mail for 25 cent in ttampt. Semi for pamphlet. I. S. JOHNSON & CO., Boston, M.tes.
For Yon,
: Madam,
Whose complexion betrays
some Iiuinilialing imperfec
tion, ivliose mirror tells you
that you are Tanned, Sallow
and disllgured in countenance,
or have Eruptions, Kedness,
llonghness or unwholcsoino
tints of complexion, we say
use Hagan's Jlagnolia Balm.
It is a delicate, harmless and
delightful article, producing
the most natural and entranc
ing tints, the artiflciality of
which no observer can detect,
and which soon becomes per
manent if the Magnolia Balm
is judiciously used.
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m
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