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FARM AXD HOUSEHOLD.
This ie said to be a good remedy for
hoarseness: Beat the white of an eg to
a stiff froth, add two tablespoonfifls of
sugar, the juice of one lemon and a
glass of warm water.
Hard-boiled eggs pressed with
chicken or veal add to the relish and
the appearance also of these dishes
when cut in slices. Pains must be
taken not to press the eggs out of shape.
N. Y. Post.
The Guinea hen often selects isolated
places for depositing its eggs,
which accumulate in large numbers.
The other day eighty-four were found in
a Guinea's nest on the farm of Joseph
Bell, near Bridgeton, N. J. The fowl
is a prolific layer. m
Here is the receipt for an old-fashioned
pie: Grate a coffee-cupful of
maple sugar, and mix with it two egga
and a little salt, and as much cream as
your pie-plate will hold. The pie-plate
should be a deep one, with an under-crust
The dead leaves on squash vines
should be carefully removed and
burned. TheT are usually infested with
the eggs of the squash bug, and the first
leaves that appear are of no use as soon
as others form, and are then sure to
wither and dje. Prairie Farmer.
This is an excellent recipe for Graham
gems, and differs from any before
given: One cup of Graham flour, one
cup of fine flour, two eggs, two cups of
sweet milk, one-fourth of a teaspoonful
of salt Have the gem pans hot, and
the oven hot, and twenty minutes is
long enough to bake them. N. Y. Post.
Experiments have proven that
musty meal is not wholesome food for
any of the domestic animals. Disease
and death have been directly traced to
its use. When fed to poultry, cholera or
some disease resembling it was the re-
suit. Cows to which it was fed gave
bitter milk, and ceased to thrive as well
as those in trie same pasture which had
no grain; swine fed upon it failed to
grow or fatten; only horses were not
jured by it and they escaped because
they would not eat it Aew England
Cinnamon tarts please the children.
To eififht ounces of butter allow one
pouna oi nour, one pound of brown
sugar, tliree eggs; rub the butter and
sugar to a cream, add the eggs, leaving
out the white of one, stir in the flour.
roll thin, and cut in three-inch squares;
before putting into the oven, rub the
top with the white of the egg, and
sprinkle with cinnamon and sugar
mixed. A. Diancned almond or an
English walnut may be placed in the
centre, or may be broken in bits and a
piece put at each corner. Exchange. j
Thoroughness and Neatness Pay.
Intelligent observers have generally
noted the fact that in every rural neigh
borhood the prosperous farmers are al-
most invariably those who keep their ,
buildings painted, fences in good repair
and their fields free from stone, weeds '
and rubbish. Of course it may be said
that men who have plenty of money can
afford to spend it for keeping up appearance.
But this is evidently not the full
explanation of this coincidence of facts.
Men who make money, especially in
farming, are least inclined to lay it out
merely for show. It may be sr.fety put
down as a general rule that the work
performed by most thrifty farmers is in
the direction of profit, hence, as neatness
commonly goes with thrift, it is
quite as likely to be one of its causes as
one of its effects. There are exceptions
Jo this rule, as to all others. Some
farmers accumulate money still more
rapidly, not by increasing their income,
but by a system 01s grinding parsimony,
by robbing themselves and cheating
their families to put dollars in their
purses. These'are not examples to be
imitated. The aim of most reasonable
men is not only to make money, but in
the meantime to live in a reasonable
and comfortable manner. To accomplish
these objects it is not difficult to
prove that neatness is essential.
There are many reasons why habits
of neatness in farming lead to success.
Such habits are none too common, and
in every business the men who do their
work in the most thorough manner get
the best pay. The world is full of poor
work that of necessity can be poorly
paid. The farmer who grows his crops
among weeds can never sell his grain
at the highest market price, while the
extra care needed to secure absolute
purity is sure to be proportionately well
paid. Farmers understand this well
enough, as is shown by their periodic
endeavors to secure pure seed for sowing
and planting. If we go to almost
any market we will find that the bulk
of crops is more or less mixed, and,
therefore, unsalable for seed and undesirable
for any purpose. Almost every
there "is an active demand for
seed barlev, free from oats or other varieties
of "barley, and not infrequently
fanners buy from seed stores, paying
from two to four times the price at
which they sold their grain the fall previous.
In almost any neighborhood a
farmer who will grow pure seed of the
various grains will find a demand for
his entire stock at prices enough better
than market rates to assure him a profit.
When we are told that farming is not
profitable, the implication is that reference
is made to the common slovenly
method. The fancy kinds of farming,
such as growing seecls and garden vegetables,
nearly always pay those who intelligently
conduct them. Yet seed
growing and gardening are really as
true farming as growing hay or making
butter and cheese. They are only better
paid because they cannot be conducted
without close attention to details, and it
is in this that neatness consists. American
The Pall-Mall Gazette points out that
the Comte de Chambord has died in a
month that has proved fatal to many
Kings of France. Philip I. died on the
3d of August, 10G0; LouisVI. on the 1st
of August, 1108; Louis IX on the 25th of
1226; Philip' VI. on the 23d of
1328; Louis XL on the 30th of
August, 1461; Henry HI. on the 2d of
August, 1589. Louis Philippe also died
in exile on the 26th of August, 1850.
The sudden striking of a horse
with apiece of rope, at Portland, Me.,
caused the animal to shy with such
lorce as to kill its rider, James Dolan.
He Laid Thar.
It was down below Bowling Green,
Ey., on the line of the Louisville & Nashville
Roa'd. It -was court day in tho
town, bringing in a large crowd, and
the "celebrated Indian doctor" was
there with his wagon and his cures. He
harangued the crowd for forty minutee
before he made the least impression, and
then an old man began to edge up in u
sneaking kind of way.
"Do you suffer with dvsiDensia?" asked
"Then my compound of forty-four
different kinds of roots will cure you."
A woman advanced and tookthe old
man by the arm and whispered:
"Lemuel, you hain't got dyspepsia no
niore'n our cat, and you shan't buy
"Madam, is that your husband?"
asked root and herbs.
"Yes, sir." .
"I notice that his liver is out of order.
Let him take one bottle of my Elixir
and he will be restored. Let him neglect
himself three months longer and he fills
a dishonored grave."
The old man was going down for a
dollar, but she stopped him with:
' lNo, you shan't! 'Smartweed tea and
vinegar will rinse the liver as clean as
a whistle, and we've got both in the
4 'And I ah and I ah notice that
he is predisposed to dropsy," continued
the doctor, as he waved his bottle
around. "This elixir cures dropsy in
forty-eight hours. Neglect the disease
and a funeral procession is seen winding
its horrid way over these romantic
The old man went down asrain, but
the wife gave him a push and called out:
".Dropsy! why, von on -mint, vnn
never had energy enough to get it, and
if you ever do Til cure von with tea
and kerosene oil."
4And iahand I-ah, discover that
his blood needs replenishing," continued
the doctor. My elixir contains twelve
kinds of iron, and is warranted to fur-
nish new blood at the rate of a llon a
day. Some of the best blood i.
ca is the work of my ejxir President
Garfield was about to order twenty-four
bottles the day he was shot. Go into
the White House and you'll find it on
the side-board. Jay" Gould uses it,
Vanderbuilt will have no other!"
"Jerusha, I'll have it!" said the old
man "I want about eight gallons of new
blood the worst wav."
"You shan't have it!"
Then she shut her teeth hard, drew a
full breath, and seizing the old man by
the back oi the neck and the coat tails
she ran him through the crowd and
steered him under a wagon with the remark:
"Now, you lay thar'! If this family
has got any disease I can't tackle and
cure inside of two hours I'll leave and
let you run the ranch! Now I'll see to
But the doctor was a man of policy.
When he saw her coming and noticed
the color of her eyes, he locked up his
medicine-chest and calmly began:
"Fellow-citizens, I desire to call your
attention to these suspenders at twenty-five
cents per pair, and by the way here
is a cake of scented toilet soap for the
lady who prevented her husband from
admitting his constitutional ailments in
the presence of a life insurance agent.
Who takes the first pair?" Detroit
Jegsuig a Witness' Memory.
The County Judge of Milam has a
system of memory which is severe, if
not effectual. It doesn't do to
in that court. The Herald
savs: "Mr. Will Tucker was before the
court as a witness in a certain gambling
case, when he was asked to Mve the
names 01 . others engaged . . in the game. -
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Mr. Tucker said he did not remember.
H& was told that a more definite
answer must be given, which Mr. Tucker
declined to d. The court fined him $10
and sent him to jail. In a short time the
court sent for him, and repeated the
question before asked, Mr. Tucker answering
again that he did not remember.
The court fined him 8100 and
sent him back to jail. This was repeated
twice more, during which time Mr.
Tucker became quite angry, and was
adjudged guilty of contempt of court.
He was then sent back to jail until the
fines were paid. Friends deposited
$310, the amount of the fines, and Mr.
Tucker was released. A petition was
sent to Gov. Ireland to have at least a
part of the fines remitted. The court, we
understand,gave as a reason for insisting
on an answer from Mr. Tucker that he
had heard Mr. Tucker say that if he
should be brought up as a witness, he
would make it convenient to forget who
were the offenders. Galveston (Tex.)
The prickly pear, despised by foreigners,
is, like adversity, not without its
uses. Indeed, I do not know what
Mexico would do without it in some instances.
In the long, dry seasons,
when water is scarce, countless herds
of sheep and goats are kept alive by
splitting the leaves and allowing the
animals to suck the natural moisture
contained inside. The chief diet of
Mexican donkeys is not tin cans and
thistles, as elsewhere, but toasted
cactus, which their owners prepare by
holding the branches on a stick (it is
too prickly to handle otherwise), over a
fire till the thorss are burned off. Besides,
each variety of cactus bears its
fruit pale green, scarlet, purple, or
black all more or less palable, and
"good for man and beast." Cor. Indianapolis
A Kentucky paper says that Col.
Hostetter recently entertained fifty or
sixty of his friends at "a most agreeable
burgoo." A kind of gruel made by
English sailors is called burgoo; but
that would hardly furnish a most agreeable
repast for the Colonel's guests.
Some little light, however, is thrown
upon the nature of a modern Kentucky
burgoo by the statement that the one in
question was purely a social gathering.
N. Y. Sun.
Over candid A sugaj coated pilL
Boston Star. -
The Burglar tinder a Couch.
Nine out of ten women probably look
under their bed every night! before retiring
to rest in search of the much
dreaded burglar, and possibly one
women in a thousand millions has dis
covered that visitor.
What happened on those rare occasions
history saieth not, although, considering
the universality of the search, some
general rule as to the measures to be
taken in o&or of discovery ought by this
time to have been pretty well estab
lished. In default of such standing
orders the example of Mrs. Crolly,
whose case is reported from Dublin,
may be commended for imitation by
the rest of her sex. Finding a man
concealed under a conch in her drawing-room,
she immediately locked him in,
sent for a constable, and then, without
waiting for the arrival of the police, she
armed herself with a revolver, re-entered
the drawing-room and threatened to
shoot the intruder if he stirred. He
remained motionless under the sofa,
covered by the muzzle of Mrs Crolly's
revolvor, until the arrival of the constable,
when he was carried off in custody.
But how many women, it may be asked,
have either the nerve or the revolyer of
Mrs. Crolly? Those who lack either or
both will probably console themselves
'by reflecting that there is no woman
who cannot scream, and, with few exceptions,
a scream is as effective for
scaring a burglar off the premises as a
dozen revolvers. Pall Mall Gazette.
The Feeling of Belief That Not Too
Much Poetry Gives.
George W. Weston, of New York, who
stated that he was a lawyer and a literary
man, submitted to the Senatorial
Committee on Labor, a statement in
writing in relation to the taxation of
land. In the course of his brief but
somewhat wild, rambling talk, Mr. Weston
stated that his father had once
bought some land in Yazoo County,
Miss., and had written some poetry
about it which he would recite.
"Never mind the poetry, " said Senator
Blair, very decidedly.
"But it is not long,''" urged the witness.
"Leave it out, please," said the Senator.
"I would like to give it,"pieaded the
witness, "it is short."
"Well, then, you may give it," said
the Senator, with a look of resignation.
"I bought some land in Yazoo,
And I failed, and I failed."
"That's it," said the witness, soberly.
"It's after the style of the piece written
about Captain Kidd." The general
feeling of relief which followed was accompanied
by an audible smile. N. Y.
A Very Effective Hint.'
"Don't you think ear-rings would become
you?' inquired Kosiusko Murphy
of Birdie McGee. Kosiusko had been
paying Birdie very assiduous attentions
"O, I don't know," replied Birdie, demurely.
"I suppose the reason you don't wear
them is because it will hurt so to have
your ears bored."
"O, not in the least," said Birdie,
with animation. "I've had that done
already quite often, almost every evening,
in fact, for the last three weeks."
Then Kosiusko reached around to the
piano, dragged his hat off of the cover,
and commenced to fade gradually from
the room. He fairly melted away into
obscurity, and now a wide chasm separates
the gallant Kosiusko and the
charming Birdie. Texas Sif tings.
Sitting Bull bas had his first lide on
a railroad. He believed that the train
was stationary, while the ground parsed
rapidly to the rear under the superintendence
of a magician employed by the
company. With about seven thousand
other Soux Sitting Bull is now held in
honorable confinement at Standing Bock
agency. Ee lives under an amnesty for
all past offenses, Conditional upon good
behavior. He is suspicious, crafty, and
dangerous. He was with difficulty induced
to attend the Villard ceremonies
at Bismarck, but while there did a land
office business selling his autographs to
bloated European aristocrats at $1.50 a
piece. Chicago Times.
Nearly everybody who lives at New-burg,
N. Y., is more or less bow-legged
from walkiDg up and down the hill on
which the city is built. The same peculiarity
is familiar in Poughkeepsie,
another city on the Hudson Kiver bank.
Cincinnati, September 29, 1883.
LIVESTOCK 52 00 3 00
Choice butchers 4 00 i 25
HOGS Common 4 00 4 75
Good packers 4 30 g 5 15
SHEEP 3 75 4 50
FLO UK Family 5 25 6 00
berry red 1 09
No.Sred 1 0G
Corn No. 2 mixed 55
Oats No. 2 mixed 30
Rye No. 2 57J4
HAY Timothy No. 1 11 50
HEMP Double dressed 8&
PROVISIONS Pork Mess... .1125 1150
Lard Current make 7J
BUTTER Fancy Dairy 17 18
Prime Creamery 20 23
FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
Potatoes per bar. from store 1 25 1 30
Apples, prime, per barrel... 2 50 3 00
FLOUR State and Western .... ?3 25 3 85
Good to choice 4 40 7 00
GRAIN Wheat No. 2 spring. 1 07
No.2 red -1 11 1 HH
Corn No. 2 inixefi new.... 6114 61?.
Oats mixed 32 36
PORK Mess 13 50 13 75
FLOUR State and Western.... ?3 50 4 25
GRAIN Wheat No. 2 red 1 0254 1 03
Corn No. 2 496
Oats No.2 27 27?i
PORK Mess 10 50 10-02
FLOUR Family..-. $5 25 6 00
GRAIN Wheat-No. 2 red 1 0814 1 08&
Corn mixed 60J4
Oats mixed 34 36
PROV1 SIONS Pork Mess 14 50
Lard Refined 1034
FLOUR ANo. 1 S4 25 4 50
GRAIN Wheat No.2 red, new 1 01
Corn mixed 49
Oats mixed 30 '
PORK-MESS 12 00
WHEAT No. 2 red, new. ...... .1 04
CORN mixed - ".. s 49
OATS mixed r5i
LIVE STOCK Cattle
Butchers' stock..' 3 10 (y
An old frame house in Winthrop.
Me., built 114 years ago, was moved half
a mile recently without even cracking
A book agent named Joe Bmyrlc,.
"Was put out and hurt by a-jerk,
He says as a cure,
St. Jacobs Oil is sure,
At ail Dunes to gt in its work.
A lightning-rod man in St. Paul,
From a house had a serious fall,
Though battered and bruised,
He said, when He used
St. Jacobs Oil41 it simply beats all."
"Papa, please tell me the story of the
new comet." said Mary to her father last
evening, "lean not, my dear," replied
Mr. R&ttler, "there is no tail to it yet."
Makiok, Uass. Dr. N. S. Ruggles says :
" I recommend Brown's Iron Bitters as ti
valued tonic for enriching the blood and
removing all dyspeptic symptoms. It does
not hurt the teeth."
The high-school girl condemns the phrase
"tumble to the racket " as vile slang. She
says " precipitate in the direction of the
clamor" is a more elegant expression.
Oil City Derrick.
Golden Medical Discovery"
has been used with signal success in consumption
of the lungs, consumptive night-sweats,
spitting oi blood, shortness of
breath, weak lungs, coughs, bronchitis, and
kindred affections of throat and chest.
Sold by druggists.
In a Cincinnati store a piano is marked
"Achern, 1701." And the music banged
from some pianos sound like that evolved
from a churn of the 1701 pattern. Morris-town
Huntsville, Ala. Dr. J. T. Ridley
Kays: "Brown's Iron Bitters is a good appetizer
anderits attention from sufferers."
It is not right to make game of a man out
of season. jy. Y. Picayune.
Ely's Creai Balm is doing wonders. I
advise sufferers from Catarrh to lay other
remedies aside. I believe it is the only
remedy that will cure this terrible disease,
from whiojn 1 have suffered twenty years.
Charles Dealer in Boots
and Shoes, 8S5 Broad St., Newark, N. J.
The coins paid for beer are tho bar-nickels
of society. Marathon Independent.
" Men must work and women weep,
So runs the world away !"
But they need not weep so much if they
use Dr. Pierce's " Favorite Prescription,"
which cures all the painful maladies peculiar
to women. Sold by druggists.
The anti-vivisectionists argue that it
hurts an oyster to open its shell with a
knife. Humanity and good taste suggest
that the oyster should be roasted in its
shell. N. 0. Picayune.
Ely's Cream Balm cured me of Catarrh
of many years' standing restored my
sense ot smell. For colds in the head it
works like magic. E. H. Sherwood, Na-'
tional Stat9 Bank, Elizabeth, N. J.
Rule for church fair oyster supners
Twice one is stew. Philadelphia Herald.
tTalnnt IreafUnSr Restorer
Is entirely different from all others. It is
as clear as water, and, as its name indicates,
is a perfect Vegetable Hair Restorer. It
will immediately free the head from dandruff,
restore gray hair to its natural color,
and produce a new growth where it has
fallen off. It does not in any manner affect
the health, which Sulphur, Sugar of
Lead and Nitrate of Silver preparations
have done. It will change light or faded
hair in a few days to a beautiful glossy
brown. Ask your druggist for it. Each bob-tie
is warranted. John D. Park & Sons.
Wholesale Agents, Cincinnati, Ohio, ana
C. N. Crittenton. New York.
A good brick will absorb about a quart
of water, but "aretrular brick" isn't that
kind of a fellow. Nl Y. Advertiser.
The best cure for diseases of the nerves,
brain and muscles, is Brown's Iron Bitters.
Writing a wrong is the forger's work.
New York Express.
The huge, drastic, griping, sickening pills
are. last being superseded by Dr. Pierce's
" Purgative Pellets." Sold by druggists.
Why don't you use St. Patrick's Salve? Try
It Use it. 25c at all druggists.'
Look Out tor Frauds! Thesenuine "Rouph
on Corns" is made only'byE. S. We Js (Proprietor
of "Rough on Rats"), and has laujrhing
luce of a man on labels. 15c and 23c bottles.
tflenn's Snlpliur Soap
Is areliable means of eradicating local diseases
of the skin. Hill's Hair and Whisker Dye, 50c.
Don't Die in the House. "Rough on Rats,"
If afflicted with Sore Eyes, use Dr. Isaac
Thompson's Eye Water. Druggists sell it. 25c.
Skinny Men. " "Wells' Health Renewer"
restores health and vigor, cures Dyspepsia.
Reddino's Russia Saive meets with wonderful
success in all cases of Skin disease. Try it.
Stinging, irritation, all Kidney and Bladder
Complaints, cured by
Straighten your old boots and shoes with
Lyon's Patent Heel Stiliener. and wear them
again. Sold by shoo and hardware dealers.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica
Lumbcgo, Bsckaclie, Headache, Toothcche,
Sore Threat, Swellings, Sprains, lirulses,
Suultlrf, Frosr. Kltee.
And AU Other "BOHrWZ PAINS and. ACHES.
3olabyDrufrRist3andleaIen; everywhere. Fifty Cents
a bottle. Directions in 11 Language:?.
TSUa CHA3X.JLKS A. TOQSLEK CO..
fSuccesoi s to a. vooelek & co. ; Bal timore, Kd. , TJ. S. A
PORTABLE & STATIOXAUY
and STEAM BOILERS, smaller sizes adapted to
Farm and Plantation Uso !
S2(in We make six sxe., capvity fro'a 3 to .'iO.OOI a.
per jjj, w:tj, nnP ,w f,tf onr j;0 i punta ion
Paw Mill. LAXE BODMY CO., John a-id Water
Sts., Cincinnati, Ohij. ililu t ted ch nln3in frfe.l
AGENTS WASTED Sag3ffiSraS
ting Machine ever invented. WIH kn.t a pair of
stockings with HEEL and TOE complete
minutes. It will also knit a great variety of fancy-work
for which there is alwaysa ready market. Send
for circular and to the TworaWy Knlttlnsc
Machine Co., i Trcmont Street, Boston, Mais.
Off I) A WEEK. $12 a day at home easflv made.
9f Costly outfit free. Address True k Co- A ninista. Mft
f E3C S 1 f3 and WKISELTr HABITS enred
W'r'HJJVl at home without paid. IJ ok of
cent free. H.M."SYoQLLEV,M.D.,AUai:ta,Ga.
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ARM1T OF THE POTOMAC.
On The Chickahominy.
tinder date of May 8, 1SS3, Coii. S. F. Ttbbitts, ot
Dover, K H-, eends us the follotrtng; "While on
duty in the array of the Potomac In the swamps of tha
Chickahominy I contracted a complication ef diseases
that culminated In spinal trouble, parajyslsaouc side,
and severe disease of the kidneys and bladder, and
great urinal weakness. For a long time I was under
the treatment of the best physicians, and tried many of
the so-called icmedlcs, but received no permanent
benefit. When I was In ths drug business Jn Bostoal
heard favorable accounts of the efficacy of Hunt's
Remedy for diseases of the kidneys and urinary
organs, and having decided, to give it a trial, I purchased
Borne at Wlngate's drag store, Dover, IT. H.,
and have received great relict from using It. The severe
pains in my back are removed, and I am able to
sleep soundly and obtain rest at night which for eo
longatlmcLcould not do, and. the weakness jn the
urinary organs has been" relieved, and I greatly regret
that I did not test the great merits of Hunt's Remedy
when I was first taken sick, as I am confident it would
have saved me from several years of suffering; and J
am more strongly convinced of this after hearing o?
the most remarkable cures effected by Hunt's Remedy
in a case of Brlght's .Disease here In our midst in Dover,
after the patient had been pronounced incurable by
celebrated physicians. "
Mr. Tlbbits Is a retired druggist, formerly located In
Boston, and is a thoroughly reliable citizen. Cob. Ed.
U. S. POSTAL SERVICE.
H. S. Whitney, assistant postmaster, Putnam, Conn.,
writes May 8, 18S3: 4 I have used Hunt's Remedy with
the best results. I have suffered untold agony for
eighteen months with kidney and liver complaint; my
Water was very bad, at times I actually passed blood.
ThW was followed by general prostration.. My business
requiring mcto)eonmy feet most of the time
made my case worse. I was advised to use Hunt's
Remedy by a friend who had been cured by it, and can
truly saythat It has benefited me more than all the other
medicines I have used. I consider It the best medicine
for kidney and liver troubles, end cheerfully recommend
li to all."
Catarrh bisbehi balm
when appiieti lay
the finger into the
nostrils, w.ill be absorbed,
cleansing the head
of catarrhal virus,
causing healthy secretions.
of the nasal passages
heals tlie sores and
restores taste and
smell. A few applications
EgrejE' gf "' U.SA. Vioroxiyh treatment
um7J positively cure.
Agreeable to use.
Send for circular. Price 50 cents by mail or at
druggists. Ely Drothers,Druggists,Owego,N.Y;.
In fever and ague
sriTTt districts, in tropical
m and other regions
KtltDftJtlEV visited by epidemics,
and indeed In all
localities where the
conditions are unfavorable
this famous vegetable
Stomach Biaers, has
been found a totent
safeguard even to
and fragile frames,
whll" us a cure for
ife STOMACH 4& complaints, a rival. it is without
For sale by all
Drugcists and Deal-era
VILKTRTSOX KTTBBER. TARGET GLITN".
-s Graves' Patuit. The srenuine and best.
Shoots arrows, bullets and shot. Sends bullets
1,000 feet. Don't kick. Shoots straight.
Gun, 'with 5 steel pointed arrows, shot and
bullet attachment, delivered free on receipt
of oncdoKar. Send for price list of Scroll
8aws. Hievcles, FishinfrTncVle. Hammocks,
&c THfi JOHN WILKINSON C J., 78,
80 and 82 Wabash Avenue, Chicago, 111,
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Because your stomach is not doing its work properly. , .
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Is there a person living who, ever sair a
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H. T. Alexander
Monroe, Mich., Sept. 25, 1875. Sirs: 1
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