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'FARM AND FIRESIDE.
Red ant will never ba found In
olosota or drawers If a small bag oi
tulphur Is kept in theso places. boston
Thorough cultiratlon of oorn anil
potatoes of ton repeated will bo found a
safo nrotootion against drouth. &'
I' f xinnati Times.
Make a harness fit properly and a
homo can wear it without distress, pro
vided that it is nlsd kept decently clean
and comfortably soft. Exchange.
Cure for Hiccough A teaspoonful
of granulated sugar moistened with
pure vinegar will generally remedy
that annoying compiaint, hiccough.
Ratsod Waffles: One quart of flour,
one pint of sweet milk, two egg, a
tablcspoonfulof melted butter, ono tea
spoonful of salt, half cup of yeast; bake
In wafllo irons well heated and greased.
Have you occasion to dig up any
aods along the roadsido, under tho
fences or in any part of tho garden P
Save them. Spread a layer of sods and
sprinklo on it n light dressing of potash
(ashes) and bone; then another layer
of sods, then ashes and bone, etc., until
the heap is complotod. This will give
you a perfect soil for flower pots.
A practical housekeeper says if tho
necessity of cutting hot bread be lilt
porutivo tho moist unpleasantness may
bo obvl'tfrsd by using a warm knife for
tno purpose, ino neating or tne steei
prevents tho chill which causes the sod
den look bo well known to those 'Who
have boon compelled to out tho warm
loaf. A napkin should bo laid on the
plate upon which the slices aro placed.
N. T, Times.
Brown Gems: Three cups oi
graham flour and ono of white (pro
pared); a pint of milk, mixed with one
of boiling water, four eggs, ono table
spoonful of brown sugar, half tea
spoonful of salt, one tablespoonful of
molted butter. Sift both kinds of flour
with the salt twice into a bowl and
wet with the milk and water; whip the
eggs light, add sugar and buttor and
beat thoroughly into the dough; bake
in hoatuil gem" pans in a brisk oven
and eat hot. -The Caterer.
The guinea fowl is a groat forager,
and destroys many insects that the
hens will not touch. 'They do not
scratch in tho garden, and, though not
easily kopt near the house, they make
known the places where they lay by a
peculiar no se, which enables one ac
customed to them to find all the eggs
thoy lay. Thoy really cost nothing to
raise, and when roosting near the house
create an alarm should Intruders make
tholr appearance. N. Y. Telegram.
Chamois skin may be cleansed by
rubbing it in plonty of soft soap and
thon laying it for two hours in a weak
solution of soda and warm water. At
the end of this time rub it until It is
quito clean, rinsing it in clean warm
water, in which soda and yellow soap
have been dissolved. It should thon be
wrung dry In a rough towel, pulled and
brushed. This process makes the
leather soft and pliable. It should
novcr be rinsed in clear water. The
soapy water causes it to become soft
Corn-starch Cake: Two cups sugar,
' one cap butter, rubboi to a cream; one
cup milk, two cups flour, threo oggs,
whites Mid j elks beaten separately,
one-half cup corn-starch, two teaspoon
f uls cruara of tartar, aiftod well through
the flour; one teaspoonful soda, dis
solved in water. Sift the corn-starch
with the flour, and add tho last thing.
Bake in small tins and eat while fresh.
They dry in two or three days and be
come insipid, but are very nice foi
twenty-four hours af tor thoy are baked.
THE BEST HEN.
Quality I" BBS QJlta
We are accustomed to counting our
eggs from tho hon3, yet tho hen that
lays tho largo3t number of egrs may
not be tho matt productive. It is as
unreasonable to estimate the value of a
hon by the number of hir oggi as it U
to consider all applos alike, tor tliosj
who compare a pippin with a orab ap
ple will make a distinction in both
quantity and quality. Two ounces is
Corhaps the averago weight of oggs,
ut if any one will examine, a basket of
eggs it will bo noticed that the eggs
are of all shapes,- sl.os and colors. So
far as m.irkotlng the eggs is concerned
the small oggs seem to sell nearly as
well as the larger ones, especially if
thoy are mixed with those of largo siio,
but what we wish to call attention ti
is the foot that it cotts msro, in the
shapo of food, to produco a largo egg
than It do m for a sin ill one. Tho hen
that lays ono hundred eggs woightng
two ouncos each, is not us valuable, so
far as actual production is considered.
as tho hon laying sevonty-flvo oggs'
weighing three ounces each, yet nut
few give this a s;nglo thought, and
aacrlno'- the better hon under tho mis
taken supposition fiat she is not as
productive as fia ono that lays a largor
nurabor. While this may not amount
to anything when eggs aro sent to
market, yet It Is a1 very important con
sideration where the eggs aro used at
homo. The housekeeper who makes
two e?gs do the servie a of three readily
peroeives the difference, and it is a
strong po'nt in selling oggs by woght
Instead of by the do.en. which latter
U an unfair raoJo of buying and soiling.
Farm, Fie'd ami Stoc'emais.
A Cetuvtrr That Molds Forth Wonderfal
Indaoeinents to Emigrant.
From -the combined effects of the
Immense emigration from Europe tho
volumoof which is rather Increasing
than otherwise, and the steady exten
sion of railway communication, an in
dustrial transformation Is in progress
in these regions which has scarcely at
tracted any attention at home, although
it involves consequences of serious im
port to your farmers and to holders of
Government stocks and railway Invest
ments. Hitherto the Argentine prov
inces and Uruguay have been rogardod
in Europe as purely pastoral; and for
many years to come that, no doubt,
must necessarily remain tho predom
inant industry. Butwhtle "Estanclas"
have been extending on our further
borders, tho districts bordering the
embouchure of the Rivers Plate and
Uruguay, and which nre within reason
able distance of the shipping ports by
rivor or r.ill, are slowly but surely be
coming essentially agricultural. Tho
Euronoan emigrants, who mostlr be
long to tho rural class, quickly achieve
a competence in this country of high
wages, and invest their savings In land,
which they acquire, in fee simple, at
prices oftener lower than the rent
charge at home. Soil and climate, over
a region as large as England, are pre
eminently adapted to agriculture and
the cultivation of coroals, eto. The ex
pense of reclaiming the' prairie is a
trifle, and losal taxation scaroe worth
naming. The farms vary from twenty
to two nunurea acres, ana as tney are
cultivated by tho families of the set
tlers, with occasional assistance from
relatives or friends fresh from Europe,
the cost of production is reduced to a
minimum. Certainly they are muoh
lower than In North America. Already
production is far in excess of local re
quirements (which used to bo furnishod
by the States), and our whe.it and lin
seed cargoes arw now competing in
Europo with those from America and
India. But these supplies are merely
the "avant couriers" of what will fol
low; for our potential capacity of pro
duction of animal food, n less than of
cereals and seeds, is practically with
out count, nnd is at present increas
ing in a ratio which your hard-beset
farmers can not afford to ignore.
From community of race and languago
it is quite rational that agricultural
development in North America should
attract chief attention at home; but
here. In this Southern hemisphere, an
agricultural development only less in
degree is in active progress. Although
the settlers have less of the consuming
energy of the British race, they are
equally industrious and far moro frugal.
ana are certain to oecomo iormmame
competitors for the food supply of Eu
rope. These peasant farmers eling to
the railways, on which they act recip
rocally. As In North America, they
made the roads and from their earnings
are enabled to buy land on either side of
me lines, wncro available. Unnso
quently they aro bocominj; the largost
contributors of traffic); and tho result
is that our railways are at present tho
most remunerative in the world, and
promise to be more so in the futuro,
from tho rapid settlement of tho
country and from the absonce of com-
fietition by new lines. Tho completed
ines are paying higher dividends and
their stock and dobenturos command
higher prices than any In Europe or
America: and the lines in course of
construction promise to be equally re
Cattle-breeding for the proptrod
meat exportation is making rapid pro
gress, and is likely to surpass In impor
tance even that dono now in wool.
Our mutton in the carcass has already
become woll known in England anil
Franco, and as to livo-stock, if suitable
steamers, suoti as are employed in con
vevlng Canadiin rattle, take up tho
trade, wo can easily ship to Europe
two million head a month without
sonsibly diminishing our Hocks and
herds, which are at prosont increasing
in compound proportion. Banda
Oriental Qir. London News.
A Chinese laundryman at Geneva,
N. If., gave the stay-at-home citizens a
treat on the evening of the 6th of July
by showing the manner In which thoy
tired crackers in his country every
New Year's. He had imported forty
thousand crackers from China, and
making strings of a score or more
bunches, suspended them from poles
extending into tho roadway, and thus
kopt up an uninterrupted series of
"pop, pop," for over an hour, to the
unbounded delight of tho gamins and
the entertainment of several hundred
citizens. Buffalo Express.
A granite obelisk has been erected
In Llppehne, In Germany, to com
memorate tho fact that on the 24th of
June, 1842, Prince Bismarck, at that
time a mere sub-lieutenant in a cav
alry regiment, threw himself into the
Lake of Wendclsee, and, at the risk of
his own life, saved a drowning soldier.
Prince Bismarck often remarks that he
is prouder of the llttlo silver medal
conferred on him for this act of brave
ry than all his seventy-six decorations.
"I believe every man deserving
the name of a man fitis the blues some
times," said Rev. T. W. Jeffery. in the
Elm street church. "With all the anx
ieties of the present nnd possibilities oi
the future facing bim, not knowing
what to do next, and with the pressure
of labor on his frail body, he is some
thing more than a man or less than a
man who never has the blues." To
The Albany Arrus says that tho
chestnut crop this autumn promises to
oe i r,e largest ever Knows, What! are
there more funnv papers to be started?
Mb. T. S. MiLt.r.n, Burf-eon-Oeneral's of
fice, recommends Red Btar Cough Cure.
Dr. R. Butler, M. A, Cambridge Uni
versity, England, says St. Jacobs Oil acts
An advertiser In one of the papers sar
that be hB a rcttago to lot containing eight
rooms and an aero of land.
DR. JOIN lUU'S
Sills Tonic Syr!
FOR THE OUR! OF
FEVER and AGUE
Or CHILLS and FEVER,
AND Att MALARIAL DISEASES.
The proprietor of this eelebrsten medicine
Jastl claims for it a superiority ovsr all rsm
dies ever offered to tfcapablie fortheftaJB,
OXBTAIH, ITEXDY and FKKKAHXHT enre
of Ant and Fever, or Chills and fever, whith
er of short or long standing. Ee refers to the
satire Western aad leathern country to bear
bits testimony to the troth of the assertion
that la bo ease whatever will it faU to care if
the directions are strictly followed and carried
oat la a great many eases a single dose has
been sufficient for a care, aad whole families
have been cured by a single bottle, with a per
fect nstoratlea of the a-tnsral health. It is.
however, prudent, aad In every ease more eer
tela to cart, if its use is continued la smaller
doses for a week or two after the disease has
been cheeked, more specially in difficult and
long-stanmng eases, usually tnis meaioine
will not reanire ear aid to keep the bowels in
good order. Ihould the patient, however, re
quire a eathartie medicine, after having taken
three er rear dotes or tne xomo, a smgie aose
of KKHTI VSOETABLS TAaOLY FliXI Will
bo sufficient TOE no other pUL
Price, SLOO per Bottles fix Bottles forW.
DR. JOHN BULL'S
SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP,
BULL'S WORM DESTROYER.
The Popular Remedies of tho Day.
Principal OMo, 1 Mala St.. tODlSTTXtB, XI.
Bucxinobam's Dye for the Whiskers pro
duces, in one application, a permanent
We have nerd Ayer's Ague Cnre.and have
found it invaluable in malarial troubles.
A wmir makes the bono go, "money
makes the mars go," and a green musk
melon, pickled, makes tho mango.
Look Sharp I Itia time to begin when
Sour skin breaks ont in pimples to use
LBXN'S SULPUUB HoAP.
Hill's Hai amd Wuiskxb Dtb, Black or
Evelina wants to know what "chest
nut" are. Other people's jokes, Erie,
dear. Other people's joke. Somenille
An inferior article is dear at any price.
Remember this,and buy Fraior Axlo Grease
A coLLCcioa of cariosities wants to get
the original brush with which the signs of
the times wars paiated. JK Y. Herald.
, The Fly at a Purifier.
Of what use is this troublesome cus
tomer The fly does ,hia part in tho
great and important work of puritiov
tlon, seeing with his ten thousand eyoa
things that would pass unnotiood by
us, eagerly dovourlng his appropriate
food. This he finds in the smallest
utoms'ot animal and 'vegetable matter,
too small to be- noticed by the tidy
housekeepers, which otherwise would
, be permitied to putrefy, contaminating
the air. Wa may Imagine that he cir
cles about in. the air with no definite
object in view, but if we will carefully
watch him we shall be oonvinoed that bo
has an object, collecting his.-food,
atoms of impure or decaying matter
which otherwise would enter our lungs,
adding to the impurity of our blood.
This filth is collected on his wings and
head, for as we see him light he scrapes
his wings and his houd with bis logs
and feet, passing the gathered morsels
-roni foot to foot, the front pairpass
ing"' Ms dinner to his mouth. Thetiy
also teaches as the value of sunlight,
not only to oheer, but to purify the air,
for he haa too good sense to live in a
dark room. When the parlor is dark
ened he seeks a decent place for bis re
lease. AlletUown (Pa.) National Eat
Oxtoex Curs. Throat, lung, nervous dis
eases. Book free. Dr. Goppert, Cincinnati,..
Aw exchange tolls about a sailor who
was tried for assault Ha tnrned out to
be one, too. JBurUnjlen Frtt Frets.
Best, easiest to use and cheapest. Pico's
Remedy for Catarrh. By druggists. 50c
Thb evil consequences of smoking are
illustrated by ML Vesuvius, which con
stantly suffers from sn'itions.
II InTMta In a Chestnut Hell and Heats a
"Well, what is it now?" queried Ser
goant Bendal at tho Woodbridse street
station yesterday, as tho old man Dun
der Rlipped softly In.
"Vhcll, 1 like to haf you gaze on
"Corta'nly. You've got a black eye,
a pulred-up nose and other proofs ol
bdng knocked down by a five-story
".My frendt, you vhas wrong. Do
you know vlias dls nrticlo vhas?"
"I do. Thoso are the remains of
snu-it so. benreant. Shako comes
to me der odder day and says: 'Fad
der, you must gut some shesnut bell
and pin on your west. Eaferybody
who vhas sharp has a shostnut bell,
und vhon somebody says it vhas a hot
day ho rings dot bell und vhiilks oil-.'
Viiell, Shake has one, und all dor boys
haf one, und so I buys me a shestnnt
"I begin to see."
"I practice awhile mlt der oldt
'womans. If 'she says it vhas hot or
cold, or if she vhants nionoy or calls
me to get some coal, I rings dot boll
on her. By und by I goea up to der
city ball to see if my taxes vhas, duo:
I meet a man who says' ho likes to go
oaf o rto Canada by der ferry and I rings
dot bell on him."
"It was a good joko."
"Vtiel, I dunno. If somebody oalls
'you names und knocks you down vhas
dot a shoke? Ho broke my headt und
my shestnut belt, utad 1 doan' get oudt
for three days. Say, Sergeant"
"I goos borne to ring dot bell on my
ion Snake. I vhas going to feed him
shestnuts until he doan' shoke me any
more for twenty years, but he vhas
gone. Somepody told him how I come
oudt mlt dot stranger, und he doan'
like to see me. May be you soo him.
If yoq do tell him t oomo homo. Tell
him we let shestnuts go und begin all
oafer again." Detroit Free Press.
Cincinnati, Oct. 3
LIVE STOCK-Cattle-CommonJl SO Q 2
Choice lmtchi-rs :i 40 to :) IK)
HOOs Common 3 &p irs 4 (JO
(lood Puckers . 4 00 4 3U
SIlF.EP-tlood to choice :i H 4 01
FIjOOK Family a SO feu i) 40
GllAIN-Wheat-No.arel 7!4 77
No.Sred u 74
Corn No. i mixed 40
Da s No. If mixed a s
Itye-No. 3 & 54
HAV Timothy No. 1 11 00 &.V2 U)
TOIIAU O-Mutllum Lcuf. till (IT (A
(lood Lent to 8 00
PKOVIMONS Fork Mess 10 M wli uO
' I.nl-'rlino StCHlu t'.M 7k
BUTTRIt Choice Kalry Is
POTATOES Fer barrel
FLOUn-Sta'eaod We tern....
G U.M.N-Wliuut. No.2 Chicajro..
Corn No. 'i mixed
an w jh
1 2S b 1 .-K)
lis a IM
3 15 2 00
Si U 41
Dressing of Wounds.
Katnre's method of protecting
wounds is by the process of soabbing;
and although almost a matter of routine
in surgical practice to remove from a
disfigured face or wounded hoad the
crust that nature provides as a dressing,
It ia best to leave such crusts undis
turbed whenever possible, and if de
sirable simply to cover them with
something better looking. Lint, or
tarletan, or tbin muslin, and collodion,
forma one , of the , best dressing for
simple teolaad,aiii'Bot afow'laoerated
wounds, which have 'ever been devised.
P IKK Mii
LAUD W ettern steam
FLOUK Wisconsin winter.. ...S3 93 4 00
GKAIN whet-No.2 rod ;i'i
No. a Chli Huo Sprin 74U4 74H
Corn Nil. 2 bflJ,
OatsNo.2 StiiU &i
POltK Moss 0 S5 0 111)
LAUD-Sleum 5 05 B10
UUAIN Whrat No. 2 a!
PROVISIONS-1'ork-MoM 12 50
CATTLK-First juatliy 3 75
Wheat-Nn.3 red S
OKAIN-Wheat No. 2 red
Cures and Pitmit
qnleker than any known remedy. It was the Brit
and Is the only
TSl&t InfttMtlT llMH thA mnfit ATflrniflatlnv nalna.
11t. Inflammation and cures Congestion,, wheth
er oi the Lungs, Stomach, Bowels, or other (lands
or organs, by one application.
No matter how violent or excruciating the pain
uh HnRumaiin. nmriaann. innrm. i:nnniMi. N.r
ops, Nearalgto, or prostrated with diseases may sat-
HADWAY'S READY RELIEF
will afford Instant ease.
. Thirty to sixty drops In halt tnmbler of water will
In a lew minutes cure Cramps, BpaamA. Pour stom
ach. Nausea. Vomiting, Palpitation of the Heart,
Malaria, Chills and Kercr, Valntnesa, Iloartt am,
Blck Ueadache. Dlarrhcea. Drienterr, Colic, Wind
In the Bowels and all Internal Pains.
rirty Cents per Bottle. Bold by Druggists.
DR. RADWAY CO., H. Y.,
Proprietors af Hadway'e areamarllMaa
jte Ireatstadltr. Jtadwy's Pills.
33X1.. n. s. G-xunmrr , ssoxeras,
Speclalleta for Sloven Years Poat,
nave treated Dropsy end Its complications with the
most wonderful succestt use vegetable remedies, en
tirely harmless . Remove all symptoms of dropsy In
Care patients pronounced hopeless ky the best of
From the first dose tne irmptoms rapidly disappear,
and In ten days at least twe-thlros of all sjrmpiuus are
.Some may cry humbug without knowing anything
about It. Remember, It aoea not costyuu anything to
rcallie the merits of our treatment for yourself. In
,cu uars mv umcuiiy ui oreaiujuK is relieves, tne
Fulse regular, tho urinary organs made to discharge
heir full duty, sleep Is restored, tbe swelling all or
nearly gone, the strength Increased, andappetltemado
good, we are constsutly curing cases of longstand
ing, cases that havo been tapper a number of times,
and the patient declared unable to live a week. Olve
full history of case. Name sex. how long afflicted,
bow bedljr swollen and where, are bowels costive, bare
legs bursted and dripped -water. Bend for free pam
phlet, containing lestlmonlsls, questions, etc.
Tea days' treatment f urnlalied free by mall.
JEpllepar (Sts) positively cured.
If you order trial, send to cents In stamps to per
postage. v n, r"'V.snp "Jr. lis".
SSOSi neu-letta, BU, Atlanta, da,
& K U)
VS. 4 37(i
No Words of Ours
Can tell you the beneflt yon will derive from Hood's
Sarsapartlls, if yon are In need of a good medicine.
It will strain all Impurities from the blood, rouse
the torpid liver. Invigorate the digestive organs,
and impart new life to every function of the body.
We only ask yon to try a single bottle to prove tho
positive mertte of Hood's BarsaparUla, as an honest
and reliable medicine.
" My daughter received mneh beaeflt from the sea
of Hood's BarsaaarlUa aa an excellent tonle after a
protracted attack of bronchial pntamoala." F. B.
Adams, New Hertford, Conn.
' 1 can not find words strong enough to express
my feeling la favor of nood'e BarsaparUla. It has
done every thine; for see, curing ma of dyspepsia
with which I had suffered many years." Mas. B. If.
Mara, Marblehead, Mass.
"I have seed Hood's BarsaparUla for a blood
purifier la my family several years, and can not
peak too highly of It." J. U. Coutas, Plena, O.
Bold by all druggists. Sll six fort. Made only by
O. L HOOD 4 CO, Apothecaries, Lowell. Mass.
IOO Oosos One Dollar
Is ft BtUabte Rm4r Cor Ltrsr Cumplatuti sod tllaoftnisil
of a ikraivM or toryd eoDdUwn of tU Ltrsr, as Drs
iwDsift, ConstiMtioa. filllOBtacu. Jiutidice. Iliadscitt.
AN VSVitVASLM IAMILY MBDIOINX.
Thouaandaoftaatlmonlola prove its mart ts
Ull PftOOOISX WZLXs TILL 00 XTft MX POTATZOst.
ForiS years I vas
annoyed with ca
tarrh, seven pain lie
my head, ditcharge
into my throat and
My stmt of imeTt
was much impaired,
I have overcome that
troubles with Wy't
Cream Bairn. J. B.
Case, Bt.Oents Hotel,
jiroauway, jr. j.
lele Is applied Into each nostril and It agreeable
Price aoct.. brm.il rstd ugglsts. B-ndfor
W. U DOUGLAS
BsMtsaAteiisl.iMrfecta.t. eaoalaftDrtS orftlsfto.
Terr psir varrsoud. 1 ake hod nnlaaf lumpatf
n , Mm wiMfim axuvtiio, w arraai' vvscrcw.
SiBeMral man LiCf, kVwjm MK
for tha W. I. Itouela?
eSSOUBboe. If you cannot
gst tuese saoee iroia ueai
en, sad ad arses on postal
M,d tA W. uouirlaa.
A Kesaarkahle geawpa
Joan Kuan, of latayetta, Ind, tad a rsirr narrow
escape from death, ma Is his own storyi "One
year ago I waa la tbe last stages of consumption.
Our beet physicians gavs my ease up. I anally got
eo low that our doctor saM I could not live twenty
four hours. My friend then purchased a bottle of
Da. Ws. BALL'S Balsam oa TBS X-Cnos, which
benefited see. I continued until 1 am now la par
feet health, having need no other medicine."
m SUIT BVOLZSH XXKXST
ror Liver, lle, Indtgastloa, ete. rreeiroail
eeatatae only rureTegeUble lagredlsais.
. GSUTTEJITOJf, acw Tajut.
FMEMN KOtMTIVE ART lESMNS.
pehsess. ete. Csai
h ',wJMral,.f 1TU2F
sata Slraei. swaeSassiTesiie.
THB MBW OIPABTUIW DRUMS ,
naoe vim patens uounw actiaa roue
folding knee rest. Light,
ibiianuai ana nssasoma.
eed In tbe best Bands and
rcheetrae. Uneaualed for
tone, earpaw all other la
lalah and appearance. If
aearest Muslo dealer does
not keep them, write to ne
for Illustrated catalogue.
bVOaJ 4t HIALV, Ohlcaso, lib
JSBWBEmSw '"" tjl" a
JBajRffaaESSa aaryshia ri bm sriM net
1-" BBBBBHlwlBMaiaMi ttl & ftad l.Sl.M
f s f
of energy for business la bsr locality. Salary asa.
Ksfsrences. E. i. Johnson. Manager. II Barclay SL.li. Y.
la Blahlt Cared la IS
"-T1 -fcaa,-' y
Mn bT. CkT nf OTiHiHeMst ftt -aa.. . tirtri.
I hod used Dr. Pierco's 'Favorfto PrescripUon
one week, I could walk all over tho door-yard,
and I could get Into a.wajron and ride two miles
to see my neighbors. I had not been able to walk
out In the door-vard for alv mnniii. aftn. ftiniv
the 'Favorite Prescription' two weeks, I rode In a wagon ten
miles; my neighbors were all surprised to soo me up and going
about and helping to do my housework, after doctoring;
wltls thirteen of tne beet physician re could aes
and tha lost one told my husband that I would never be able
to do my housework any more, I am thankful to my God that
I wrote to you, for I had suffered from "Female Weakness' until
I had almost siren up In doepalr."
Mrs. F. K. Wilcox. PriendtMp, JV. T writes!
E?.'1 Pr " fetrn 1 ha(1 be badly troubled
with female weakness and terrible pains across
tne small of my back and pit of too stomnch.
Threo bottles of Dr. Pierco's ' Favorite Prescrip
tion ' noted like a charm, and inimi ma nnm.
pletelr, to my great ior."
Dr.ni.ri i w.
Rot. 8tDTorr C.Davts, OaHtn, JflcMga. wrltest
x wieu. in buiv iciier. mj V2irvzss uiy iniuiuur iw
Sirs. Davis and myself for the great good which
has been Bccnmnllabetl In her case bv tha use of
your proprietary medicines. When she begaa
to rahn them. In January last, she could not en
dure the least jar, could walk but a very few steps at a time, and
could stay up only about thirty minutes at a time. Mow she not
only sits up almost tho entire day, but can walk around, call oa
ber neighbors, two and threo blocks awny, and not feel any
Injurious effects at all. When we consider that she had kept he
dcq sue greater pars oi toe time ior inur
teen months, and wonld loeo repeatedly the
advance eho nnd made, her progcra now xtni
marvelous. We hnd almost lost confute tica
In medical practitioners, and advertised reme
dies, but have found in your Dr. Pierce's
Fnvnrlte Prrserintlon and ' Pellet ' tha
properties needed, end which wo believe will bring at out a
complete and nnal recovery."
I Fob Mouths.
TREATING THE WRONG DISEASE.
Many times women call upon their family physicians, one with dyspepsia, another with palpitation, another with backache, or
nervousness, another with pain hero nnd there, and in this way they all present alike to themselves and their easy-going and Indifferent
doctor, separate and distinct diseases, for which heprescribes his pills and potions, assuming: them to bo such, when, in reality, tbey nre
all svmptoms caused by somo uterine dlso-der. While tho physician Is Ignorant of the cause of suffering, he encourages his practice
until largo bills ore mode, when tho suffering patient Is no better, but probably worse for the delay, treatment, and other oompllcatlona
mode. A proper medicine directed to the cause would perhaps have entirely removed the disease, thereby instituting comfort instead
"Female Weakness Cnred.-Mrs. Barab
A. Lovely, ChxenJUId, Adair Oo Iowa, writes i
U. V. PIERCE. M. D. near Sir "Havinsr been 111
a number of years, and having tried In vain almost
every advertised remedy, as well as having paid
nearly a hundred dollar,, ti nur lnra nhvefmane.
without benefit, I was Anally induced to consult you. You ad
vised me to send for your medicines I accordingly sent for your
Medical Adviser,' six bottles of your Golden Medical Discovery,'
six of your 'Favorite Prescription,' and six vials of your Pleasant
Purgative Pellets.' When I first began using these I could not
stand on my feet. In ninety days I could walk a mile, and do
light housework; whilst in six months I was completely cured,
and my health has remained perfect ever since. I recommend
you end your medicines wherever I go and loan your 'Ad
viser' to my friends. Two of our most prominent physicians
who have road your great work 'The Peoplo's Common Sense
Medical Adviser pronounce it the best family doctor book they
have ever seen."
Mrs. CAROLRre Brats, corner Bu and ArvvU
Streets, Halifax, JV. S writes : " Dr. K. V. Pieuce,
T hrilf 11 rut anil etiantr wise, aa trmiiant.fi imA41
TlilUr" I (or the relief that your valuable medicines, the
I nOnaO. I Favorite Prescription ' and ' Pellets ' havo given
me. 1 am ncrfectlv cured of a chrnnla sickness
that had troubled me for years. How my heart Is overflowed with
Joy and gratitude towards you, my ton cue can novcr express."
Mrs. V. H. Pktersom, of LocJtport, If. T., had
suffered for three years from "female wcak-
nnaa " . dmmH mr.nla,Mt n.,.1 all ,, ....mi, "
nnWM " I assho expressed It, and Dr. Pierce's " Favorite
UUBfl. 1 Prescription " and "Golden Medical Discovery"
DromDtir cured her. as they have thousands of
I "All Run I
Mrs. E. F. MonoAit, of SemtaMe. IAnetin Cb
Ifattie, says I "Five years ago 1 was a dreadful
sufferer from utsrlne troubles. Having ex
hausted the skill of three physicians, I was com
pletely discouraged, nnd so weak I could with
dlfflcmltv rmM tho room alone. T tieimn tAkinar
Dr. Pierco's 'Favorite Prescription' and using the local treat
ment recommended in his 'Common Sense Medical Adviser.'
I commenced to lmprovo at once. In threo mouths I was jer
fccUy cured, end have hnd no trouble since. I wrote a letter to
my family paper, briefly mentioning how my health hod boon
restored, and offering to send the full particulars to anyone writ
ing mo for them, and inclosing a sfamped enrttope for reply. I
have received over four hundred letters. In reply, I have do
scribed my coso and tbe treatment uwil, and nave earnestly
advised them to 'do likewise.' From n treat many I havo re
ceived second letters of thanks, stating thuttbey had commenced
the uso of 'Favorite Prescription,' hnd sent the tlM reqitlied for
tho 'Medical Adviser,' nnd hod applied the local trratmeut so fully
and plainly laid down therein, and were mucl bettor already."
-- I MrB. ilERUT l-ATTERSOW, OI i10 TOTK OlJtfc
UfluTun S I writes: "I had been under an eminent pby-
called 'spinal disease.' I became worse during
all this time, when, chancing to see a copy of
Dr. Pierce's Medical Adviser at the residence
U. M. r3&U UUUi UU. UGVUWU lJ UUltU1 BUU UKT
Diseases.' I soon became convinced that my dlseaso was a
uterine affection, which, as you say, caused tympaUutU) back
ache, inward fever, nervousness, and general debility. I com
menced the uso of Dr. Pierces 'Favorite Prescription ' and
'Golden Medical Discovery,' applying also tho local treatment
which he recommends in the Adviser, and in three months I
was well and strong."
For "worn-out." "run-down." debilitated school teachers, milliners, dress-makers, general housekeepers, and over-worked womeo
generally. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription Is tho best of all restorative tonics.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription Is not a "Cure-all," but admirably minus n singleness of purpose, being
a most potent Bpecltlc for all those Chronic Weaknesses and Diseases peculiar to women. It Is a powerful,
genoral as well as uterine, tonle and nervine, and Imparts vigor and strength to the whole system.
ic promptly cures nausea ana weakness oi eiomuca, inaigesuon, mowing, rruuuinuue oi gas, nerrnua pros,
trntlon. debility and sleeplessness, in either sex. "Favorite Prescription " Is sold by dnifrgista under our poaU
tlve -Minrniitec. For conditions, see wruUDcr around bottle. Frlce Heduced to B1.00 per Bottle
or aiz Bottles for $5.00.
EVERY III VS. LED LADY should send for" Tho Peoplo's Common Sense Medical Adviser," In which ccr fifty pages
w ' "'"' - ttn dcvotea to tDe consideration of diseases peculiar to women. Illustrated with numer
ous wood-cuts and colored plates. It will be sent, post-paid, to any address for $1.50. A large pamphlet, treatise on Diseases of
Women, profusely Illustrated with colored plates and numerous wood-cuts, will be sent for ten cents in postage stamps. Address,
WOBLD'S DISPENSARY HEDICAI. ASSOCIATIONS Ho. 663 Main Street, BUFFALO, N. V.
LIVER, BLOOD AND LUNG DISEASES.
G. VT, Loiz, ZVudhontms, Ixu, writes: "For f our
years I suffered from liver complaint and attacks of
bilious fever; loss of appetite, nausea, constipution,
sometimes diarrhea, pain In tbe back of tho head,
right sido and under tho shoulder-blades, fullness
after eating, general debility, restless nights, tongue
Alter taxing sour uoiuea oi ur. iieruue uuiu
Dlscovery' and 'Pellets,' I and I am as well as 1
SAMANTnA Gaibes. Lockport, IT. T., writes: "For
six or fife-lit years previous to 18H0. 1 had been troubled
asfitrti a oiaa-i -rvt, -n.alta Irs tha otnnll nf tiity ttailr filer
j- IIIIfM s CH--vau 'saaaa su vuv ouuui wa. aa uwi-bi
RlCr I across my shoulder-blades, with considerable, bloating
U JaE I of the stomach from wind : was so nervous at times
I could hardl v s'cen : also troubled with dizziness and
bard breathing spells. I was Induced by ray step-daughter,
Mrs. Warner, of Olean, N. V., to try the 'Golden Medical Dis
covery.' The effects were marvelous. After taking three bottles
I was entirely cured."
S. t. Fisher. SUlneu Mains. IT. r.. writes: "Dr.
It . V, PiEKt'E, Iiutfulo, N. V. Dear Sir Sly wlfo sut
fereu for several jeurs from general debility. Sho
naa oecome a rounrmea lavuiiu. xao pnjsicians
nuu kbvii.iv. ,tv. tiuivu .. uvip ,v, uuu i, dwiii, u mm
It sho must die. On reading one of vour Memoran
dum Books, It occurred to mo that your 'Golden Medical Discov
ery ' might help her. I procured a bottle, and, after its use, a
change for the better was noticeable, and after using llvo battles,
she was a well woman. 1 have recommended it to sc trol. and in
every case. It has produced good results. I can net er feel too
grateful to you for tho savlug of my wire's life."
n .. I, a ajivor uiscosc-niKiuT dtkect, r,sq., uru-p-
GlVEN UP ipist, of Bluff Sin-ings, Ala., writes: ''Miss Eliza
"" . "" I UU.NN, of this place, hsd been sick for more tlmn
Tfl llIC I a year with a severe affection of tho liver, but when i
III UIC. Fgho was at the lowest, she bought threo bottles;
of 'Golden Medical Discovery' from me, oudV
although beforo using the medidno she was given up to die by
all the attending physicians, her father assures me that sho
nas now luuy raxnerca.-
Mrs. CAitouNB Simmonds, Medina. N. Y writes;
" I have been troubled with s mptoms of malaria,
with fever, for threo years, but after using threo
bottlcs of your 'Golden Medical Discovery' and
Pleasant Purgative Pellets,' 1 am happy to say
that I am entirely cured, and to-dav 1 am ner--
fectly well and able to do my own work."
Drapepslta- Leer A. Wood. TivXor's Store.Veu.
writes: "After many years of great suffering from
the evils of dyspepelj, I was induced to try your
'Golden Medical Discovery,' and I cannot express
tho gratitude I feel for the great good it has donit
mo. I do not sutler any pain from catuur. and I
enjoy life as well as anybody can wish."
Mrs. Curtis Booue, West Knosburo. Vl
writes: "Two bottles of your 'Golden Medical
Discovery 'cured my cough und chronic diar
rhea. It has wmkea like a charm in my case
It is truly wonderful. I walked over a ml to
last week to recommend your medicines."
I AWD Cough.
Thoroughly cleanse the blood, which Is the fountain of health, by using Dr. Pierce s Golden Medical Discovery, and booA
airestion, a fair skin, buoyant spirits, vital strength, and soundness of constitution will bo established.
Golden Medical Discovery cures nil humors, from the common pimple, blotch, or eruption, to tho worst Scrofula, or blood-
E Olson. Especially has It proven its efllcacy In curing Bult-rhcum or Tetter, Fover-soi-cs, illivjolut Disease, bcrolulou Bores and
-sari-si 1 1 ntM lisi I it rtrimA fllingta (i rwl flttlltU 1 Til's !.
ISAAO GrESOK, Kemcood. Pa., writes: "My
wlfo is gcttin-r well fast. When sho began to
uso your 'Golden Medical Discovery,' our best
doctors In Indiana County said she would dlo.
They said your medicine would do her no
irood : that she had un ulcer on her liver as larira
SS half a loaf of bread. Well, sir, to our surprise, when she begun
using your 'Golden Medical Discovery,' she commenced spitting
up phlegm for somo two weeks, and then commenced spitting up
corruption and blood (It looked Uko what comes out of a blood
boil) for some ten days. Sho now has been well for weeks."
Bolls and Carbuncles. J. Adaics, Esq, Trtcdo. Ohio,
Writes: "I havo used nlno bottles of your 'Golden Medical Dis
covery,' and tho result is I am to-day free from boils and carbun
cles for the first time In many years."
Constipation nnd Ulcere- Mrs. A. D. Jorrr-SOK. George
town, if, writes ; " Tho ' Golden Medical Discovery ' relieved mo
at once. I had a very bad sore on the back of my left hand for
live months, and It cured that, as well as constipation and indiges
tion, from wnioh I was suffering very much."
Mrs. A. L. Cony. Badley, Cravford Co Kan
tat, writes: "My son, agod Utteeu years, woe
taken down last January with swellings on hU
right shoulder, left hip and knee. He lay help
less for tlve months, when great abscesses
formed, four of ivhieh continued to discharge
at the time be commenced using our 'Golden Medical Discovery '
under your advice. Now, after having used four bottles of the
'Discovery,' bo is almost well and walks thrce-louitbs of a mile
to school every day. A scrofulous toro on his unn, which ran
constantly for two jears, has healed completely under the lullur
enco of the remedy named."
FoTer-Sorca.' Mrs. A. H. CitAwrotiD. linn Orcrt, Buenoy
Vtrta Co., Juim, writes: " I am the person who wrote to yuu two
Scars ago tor advloe respecting fevcr-eorca on my leg. I took six
ottles of your ' Golden Medical Discovery ' and was cured."
Scrofnlons Tumor and Sore Kye. Mrs. S. E. O rat
don, of (Jitcnicood. s. C writes : " My daughter has been entirely
cured of scrofulous sore eyes nnd a largo tumor on her neck, by
the uso of your 'Golden Medical Discovery .' I bavo great faith la
all your medicines."
CONSUMPTION, WEAK LUNGS, SPITTING OF BLOOD.
' cures Consumption (which is Scrofula of the Luogs), by its wonderful blood-purifying, invlgon
'or Weak Lungs, Spitting of Blood, Shortness of Xlreatb, Bronchitis, Severe Coughs, Asthma,
ivercign remedy. While It promptly cures the severest Coughs it strengthens the system
Golden Medical Discovery i
and nutritive nrooertics. For
kindred affections, it is a sovereign
The nutritive properties of cod-liver oil are trifling when compared with thc i)cescsed by Golden Medici Discovery.
It rapidly builds up the system, and Increases the Ucsh aad weight of those reduced below tbe usual standard of health by
"-rraatjnfr ritaMflM '
A Wonderful Care. Dakiil rtxrarit, Esq,
Gloucester, Matt., writes: "Nearly Ave years ago, I
was taken sick with a disease regarding which the
three physicians who attended me were unable to
agree. One of the foremost physicians iu Boston
called It a tumor of the stomach, and treated me for
that, nearly killing me with physio; another, a homoeopnthio phy
sician, thought I had consumption. When taken sick. I weighed
167 pounds. I suffered from a heavy eoui
kidney troubles, etc and was reduced so rapli
dlv that my
dans gave me up. Tbey were unable to help me In the least.
Hia I in-
ine Into my room,
: picked UP one of
i Boor of the bote!
At that time I weighed but ninety pounds, and bad not been able
to 11a down, but had to sit up in order to breathe. I had been con
fined to my room for six months, expecting to die. I was so bad
at times van j couio, not auow any one to come int
as I eouia not talk; nor was I able to walk. . I
Tour memorandum noot-a on tne
where I was boarding, and after reading It I began
taking your 'Golden Medical Discovery,' and the
Srtt bottle brought me around so that I could walk
arouno to- room tin any. i soon negan to nuua
un. and trained ao ranld.v thJi it astonished me. I
have taken no other roedloine since thon. end have used perhaps
twenty bottles in all of this medicine. I stopped taklng.lt In
August, one year ago. I feel that it has saved my life. I now
weigh about ISO pounds, and I think, and my friends with roe,
that this medicine saved my life. It certatnlv Is worth Its weight
In gold, and I consider it a wonderful remedy from IU effect la
curing all my ailments."
Consantptloa Cared. W. J. Hartlbt.
Vera Cnu, Ala writes! "1 met with an old
friend of mine not long since, end he told me
of tbe very low state of health he had been ia
and be applied to our best doctor, but gradu
ally crew worse under his treatment: wsa re
duced to a skeleton, had a fearful cough and was thought to
have consumption. While in this low state be made a visit to sea
his relations, and while in a distant town, be purchased a bottle of
medicine called, 'Dr. Pierco's Golden Medical Discovery,' and
took it, and by too time It was used he was as well as he over
bad been. When 1 saw him, he looked to bo in the bloom of
health. His statement caused a great deal of inquiry, as ho Is a
man of high standing."
Joseph V. IloFaBLAim, Athens, Ia, wrltest
"My wife bad frequent bleeding from the
lungs before she commenced using your
'Golden Medical Discovery.' She has not
had any since its use. For some six months
she has been feeling so well that sho baa
Consumption Cured, J. Akthoitt Bwitnt, Dan0ota,nTaw
writes: "For nve years 1 suffered very muoh from a tcrribls
cough and debility. More than a year since I commenced to take
your "Golden Medical Discovery,' and it bag completely cured
mo. I thank you for the splendid health I bare sine enjoyed.'
Geliea Medical DIswer-r U Sold by Drnfreltts. Price $1.00 per Bottle, er Six Bottles ftr $5.00.
WORLD'S DISPENSARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, t9ft.fn.
No, Ms -Mala mrcct, WWAI.O,
Ni Rope to Cot Off Horses' Hues.
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cm ovi ub mppeu uy Bar uorie. as
ess not bm Hipped by sot bone. Kim
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isddlery. Hardware and Harotai
Sold by su
Dealers. Sp.clsl discount to Hid
e. WW- send lor rne i.tst.
OflURB tlABI T Shortest poislbie
line. Hew, lar-UUbie i-eaacdy. Not a particle
Ml or srlf-aepUI. fsy when cured. Handsome
toakfree. PH. C J. WEATHKKB V. Ksasss City. Me.
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a. aad lecreasei tip.rl.nce Ujraarsi
easterns fee. write for circulars sad laws.
a. w. Mecojuuta sua.
Piso's Remedy for Catarrh la the
Best, Easiest to Use, and Cheapest.
Also good ' Cold In the Head,
Headache, Hay Fever, etc, to ceate. N
this State to sell WOKUJCRrtJ!.
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