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r Potato tops, should be left on -the
-ground they grew' on. JV.'F. Times.
The sooner milk is rdaced in nja
after milking, the larger will be theJ
A frequent cause, of malaria.is im-
ure water from cisterns and wells.
onjthe first symptom of any
uui uicaii uut iub cistern, ee that
well receives no drainage frnm'nnv
unclean source. iV. T". Herald.
It may seem extravagant to cut up
and plant the largest, smoothest, and
nicest potatoes raised, but a very few
trials, taking one year with another,
will soon convince, the, grower that it-Is
the most profitable thing jto '
A Nevada woman has a novel way
of preserving eggs: During the summer
she breaks the eggs, pours the contents
into bottles which, are tightly corked and
sealed', when they are placed in the cellar,
nect down. She claims the contents
of the bottles come out as fresh as
when put in. Exchange.
The latest novelty in bed linen consists
m of sheets, pillow cases and shams
hemstitched and embroidered, and decorated
with diamondrshaped andsquare
blocks of linen, hemstitched or"in geometric
patterns of various kinds, and
bordered by frills hemstitched and
in the edges. Others are hemstitched
in rings and dots. DetroitPost.
Vienna Knobs: Beat half apoujid of
butter to a' cream, sJtir into it the- yolks
of four eggs and two whole ones, half a
pound of sifted sugar,' the grated rind of
half a lernon and, by degrees, half a
pound offline flour. Put little round
lumps on buttered tins, ejrg them over,
and -strew them with sliced almonds,
currants and sugar. Bake them in a
moderate oven. N. Y. Times.
A kerosene stove with three or four
burners is a very convenient thing to
"out in cellars., and Ipjivp "hnvrnnor whon
thermometer is far below zero. It
I,ri"'jw uuies raise tne lemnfiranirfi
everal decrees, often to mal
just the difference between safety and
loss of perishable vegetables by frost.
The stove should be set on the floor, as
the heat rises, while the frost is more
injurious at the bottom of the cellar!
Should a fowl become crop-bound,
work the crop well' with 'the hand, and
endeavor to force away the obstruction
in the passageway to the gizzard.
Should this fail, draw the skin to one
side and cut the crop sufficiently to relieve
it of the contents. Sew, "up, the
wound with silk and the fowl will not
be seriously damaged. After the cutting
be sure the obstruction in the
passage is removed as well as the contents.
TFlien to Make Pork.
Swine should be converted into pork
before very cold weather, except young
ones that are to be kept through. These
must have warm, fairly clean, dry quarters
or their keeping will not be a source
of profit. A hog will live in a small
box that he can crawl into to get out of
the snow, but a hoe: or other animal
that just lives is an expensive boarder
for a man to keep. Six or seven months
is long enough to make a nice piece of
pork from any well bred, weaned pig,
and he who takes a year for it i-s pretty
sure to throw away three or four
months' feeding material. Every farmer
ought to know that the more rap.Wly he
converts a youn pig into pork, th- less
the pork will cost him per pound, but
too many still adhere to the old way of
buying shoats in the fall and keepm.
them a whole year to get from three to
four hundred pounds of pork. No pig
that weighs forty pounds in October
should be allowed to go through the.
heat of the following summer, but
should be hurried along and made to
weigh from two hundred and fifty to
three hundred pounds or more, dressed,
by the last of May. A barn cellar is
often condemned for pigs, but if light,
dry and warm, there can be no better
place for them, on the farm. They will
keep the manure packed down solid, so
it will not spoil by heating, and they
will eat and grow almost as well as in
summer. Pork is low just now and
many will be discouraged about pork
making and will keep no pigs this winter,
but if hogs have usually been kept
it would be foolish to let them go now,
for it is not unlikely that those who do
will find themselves without pork when,
high prices are offered again. New
tfew Method of Curing Hams.-
A contributor to the Country Gentleman
makes a novel suggestion for smoking
hams. As a substitute for the smoke
house, he says, smoke a barrel thoroughly
with maple or hickory cbis
(raise the barrel an inch or two from
the ground to furnish draught), and
when smoked sufficiently, sweep out the
inside and give it a slight rinsing with
cold water. When you have thus prepared
it, pack the hams and shoulders
in it, flesh side up, and pour over them
the pickle in quantity sufficient to cover
them, and your work' is done. The
pickle extracting the desired smoky flavor
from the barrel, will carry it
through the whole mass of meat, and
much more equally, or evenly, than by
the usnal process of smoking, as the
flavor will be as strong in the center as
at the surface of the ham. In addition
to. this even flavoring of the meat, this
process will be found to be much less
troublesome and laborious, avoiding the
risk'of falling into the fire, of a burning
smoke-house, or into the hands of thieving
neighbors, beside escaping the
which is inseparable from the common
way of smoking, and its consequent
waste when preparing it for the table,
as the meat is in every way as clean
when taken from the barrel as when
placed in it. By this process, all the
expense, labor and trouble of bagging
the hams after making, to keep them
from the flies is obviated, as they may
be kept submerged in the pickle till
wanted, or the last piece is desired for
the gridiron, pot or pan. Be sure to
smoke the barrel very thoroughly if you
would have strong flavor of smoke in
A patient in Barnwell County,
South Carolina, has obtained a Terdict
for one thousand dollars against two
doctors of that countv. for damaj
sustained by-their .treatment :of,
A Michfgan girl told, 'heryoung 1
man mas sne would never marry nim
until he was worth $10,000. So he started
out with a brave heart to make it.
"How are you getting on, George?"-she
asked, at the expiration of a couple of
months. "Well," George said
"I have saved twenty-two dollars."
The girl dropped her eye-lashes
and, blushingly remarked: "I reckon
that's near enough, George." She was
willing to trust him for the little balance.
Mrs.Rntb jRverAtt. of Rnlr.T.nVft fHfc&
says that the Utah women who signed!
the. petition to Congress protesting
against any further legislation upon polygamy
did so under coercion. IT. P.
The Latest Bonanza 1b California.
Bibber, Cal. Mr. Thomas P. Ford, editor
of the Mountain Tribune, f this place,
publishes that the great pain-cure, St.
Jacofcs Oil, has worked wonders in his
family and that he would not be without
it. He states that among all the people St.
Jacobs Oil is the most popular medicine
"Hacked to death," is suggested as an
Inscription for the tombstones of visitors
who die at Niagara. Buffalo Express.
If you feel dull, drowsy, debilitated, have
sallow color of skin, or yellowish-brown
spots on face or body, frequent headache
or dizziness, bad tasle in mouth, internal
heat r chills alternated witU hot flushes,
low spirits and gloomy forebodings, irregular
appetite, and tongue coated, you are
suffering from " torpid liver," or " biliousness."
In many cases of "liver complaint"
only part of these symptoms are experienced.
As a remedy tor all such cases Dr.
Pierce's " Golden Medical Discovery" has
n equal, as it effects perfect and radical
cures. At all drug stores.
A good two-foot rule is never to wear
tight boots. Detroit Post.
Bad temper often proceeds from . those
painful disorders to which women are subject.
In female complaints- Dr. R. V.
Pierce's " Favorite Prescription" is a certain
cure. By all druggists.
The chaps who fling the lariat among
the wild sheers, are the noose boys of the
West. Chicago Herald.
Ybxmo or middle aged men suffering
from nervous debility, loss of memory,
Eremature old age, as the result of bad
abits, should send three stamps for Part
VII. of Dime Series pamphlets. Address
World's Dispensary Medical Association,
Buffalo, N. Y.
. A stirring speech: "Pass me a spoon."
N. T. Journal
I wouxd recommend Ely's Cream Balm
to any one having Catarrh . or Catarrhal
Asthma. I have suffered for five years so
I could not lie down for weeks at a time.
Since I have been using the Balm I can lie
down and rest. I thank God that you ever
invented such a medicine. Frank F. Bur
leigh, Farmington, N. H.
color of cloth for coats is called
"snirnr." If the dudes adont it thev will
be 2V. Y. Herald.
For three winters I have been afflicted
with Catarrh and Cold in the Head. I used
Ely's OreamBalm: it accomplished all that
was represented. T. F. McCormick (Judge
Common Pleas), Elizabeth, N. J.
Gilpin, reading in a p aper that "facts
are stubborn thitfgs," says there's no particle
of doubt but that his wife is a fact.
Mrs. General Sherman says : " I have
frequentlypurchased Durang's Remedy for
friends suffering with rheumatism and in
every instance it worked like magic." It
cures when every thing else fails. Writ
for free pamphlet to B.L Holphenstine,
"Washington, D. C.
' Don't DIo in the House. " Bousrh on Rats."
clears out rats,mice,flies,roaches,bed-bugs. 15c
everywhere are refusing to take white,
lardy looking butter except at " grease"
prices. Consumers want nothing but gilt-edged
butter, and buyers therefore recommend
their patrons to keep auniferm color
throughout the year by using the Improved
Butter Color made by "Wells, Richardson
& Co., Burlington, Vt. It is the only color
'that can he relied on to never injure the
butter, and te always give the perfect color.
Sold by druggists and merchants.
Time Is Mo Hey.
Timo and money will be saved by keeping
Kidney-Wort in the house. It is an invaluable
remedy for all disorders of the
Liver and Bwels and for all diseases
arising from obstructions of these organs.
It has cured many obstinate cases after
huudreds.ef dollars had been paid to physicians
without obtaining relief. It cures
Constipation, Piles, Biliousness and all
kindred disorders. Keep it by you.
A slkjht gold, if neglected, often attacks
the lungs. Brown's Bronchial
Troches give sure and immediate relief.
Sold ojilv in boxes. Price 25 cts.
Cincinnati, December 22. 1883.
LIVE STOCK Cattle common2 00 & 3 25
Choice butchers i 50 5 25
HOGS Common 4 25 5 25
Goodpuckers 5 56 5 80
SHEEP 4 25 4 75
FLOUR Family 4 90 5 00
GHAJN 'heat Loneberryredl 11
No. 2 red 1 05
Corn No. 2 mixed 52 53
Oats No. 2 mixed 34
Rye No. 2 60 61
HAY Timothy No. 1. . .. 10 00 10 50
HEMP Double dressed 8
"PRO VISIONS Pork Mess 14 75 15 00
Lard Prime steam 82
BUTTER Fancy Dairy 23 24
Prime Creamery 25 34
FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
Potutoes per bar. from store 1 25 1 40
Apples, prime, per barrel. .. 2 50 3 35
FLOUR State and Western... $2 80 3 35
Good tochoice 4 00 6 75
GRAIN Wheat-No. 2 spring:. 1 09
No. 2red 1 35 1 15&
Corn No. 2 mixed 64S 65
Oats mixed 38 41
PORK-Mess 14 75 15 00
FLOUR State and Western .... 53 50 4 a5
GRAIN W h eat No. 2 red S8 1 02
Corn-No. S 61SO ,
PORK Mess 14 75 15 25
LARD-Steam . 8-90
FLOUR Family 55 00 5 75
GRAIN Wheat No. 2 red 1 073 1 OS
Corn-mixed 59 62J4
Oats mixed 40 43
PROVISIONS Pork Mess 14 50
Lard Refined 9J4
FLOUR ANol $4 00 4 50
GRAIN Wheat No. 2 red.new 1 00 1 02 lA
Corn mixed 53 54
Oats-mixed :...?, 35
PORK-MESS 15 00
VHEAT No. 2. red, new S 1 01
OATS mixed il&
LIVE STOCK Cattle...... -- .
Shipping cattle....vT.... 5 2j
A TERRIBLE PROPHECT.
The Bed Sansets. Cyclones and Earth
quakes Foretelling: Coming; Disaster
How t Meet It. -
The recent mysterious appearances following
sunset and preceding sunrise have
attracted wide attention from students of
the skies and the people generally. During
the days of recent weeks the sun seems to
have been obscured by a thin veil ofa dull
leaden hue which, as the sun receded toward
the horizon, became more luminous,
then yellow, then orange, then red; and.
nnrnla A -. Arct- it: u.ac VinrrV.f. thcuukViiw.
fpearances were ordinary sunset'frTificl
Lions ox ague, Diit it is now pretty ifwu
that they are either the misty 'substance
of the tail of some unseen
comet, in which the earth is enveloped,
or a surrounding stratum of world dust or
very small meteors. iTofp ssor .Brooks, ci
the Red House Observatory, Phelps, N.
Y., has turned his telescope upon these objects
and -discovered what lie thinks are
myriads of telescopic meteors. If it is
unorganized world dust, or decomposed
vapors, as the Democrat and Chronicle, of
Rochester, N. T., remarks: "How is this
matter to be disposed of ? Will it settle
and form a deposit upon the earth, or remain
a partial opaque shell about the earth
to cut off a portion of the sun's light upoa
Whatever the mystery is, there is no denying
that some very strange forces are at
work in the upper airs. The terrible tornadoes
and cyclones which have swept our
own country, and the fearful volcanoes
and earthquakes which have destroyed so
many cities and thousands of people the
tidal waves which mysteriously rise and
fall on pasts hitherto unvexed by them
the tremendous" activity which is evident
in the sun by the constant revelation of
enormous spots upon its surface all indicate
unusual energy in the heavenly
These circumstances recall Professor
Grimmer's prophecies that from 1881 to
1887, the passage of the five great planets
Mars, Neptune, Jupiter, Uranus and
Saturn around the sun would produce
strange and wonderful phenomena. He
says: " The waters of the earth will become
more or less poisonous. The air will
be foul with noisome odors. Ancient races
will disappear from the earth. " He attempts
to prove his prophecy by the fact
that in 1720, when Mars and Sa:urn made
iheir passage around the sun coincident-ally,
great destruction and mortality visited
all parts of the globe. He also found the
same results in revious perihelion passages
of the planets, and argues that
these circumstances always produce epidemics
and destructive diseases which will
baffle the skill of the most eminent physicians;
that the poor will die by thousands,
the weak and intemperate tailing first,
those whose blood has been impoverished
hy excess of work or dissipation next,
and only those who aro in comparative
vieror shall escape to enjoy the era of re
newed activity and prosperity whic.h will
follow the period of destruction.
Inasmuch as the entire world seems subject
to the sway of the heavenly bodies no
part of the earth, ho thinks, can escape
scourging. He even predicts that America
will lose over ten millions of people;
that farmers will be stricken with fear and
cease to till the soil; that famine will make
human misery more wretched. That hundreds
will flee to over-crowded cities for
aid in vain. That sudden changes in ocean
currents, temperature and surroundings
will entirely transform the face of nature
and climate of countries ; that the air will
be so foul with malaria and other
noxious gases: that those who survive
will bo troubled with disorders of the digestive
organs. That many who escape
other ills will bloat with dropsy and
pass away, while others will grow
thin and drag out a miserable existence in
indescribable agony for weeks. Neuralgic
pains in different parts of the body will
torment them. They will easily tire and
become despondent. A faint, not feeling
will be succeeded by chilly sensations
while hallucinations and dread of impending
ill will paralyze all effort. " The
birds in the air, the beasts of the field,
and even the fish of the sea will become
diseased, poisoning the air and
poisoning the waters of the globe."
We are told on the other hand
that those who shall pass through
this 'period of trial will have larger enjoyment
of life and health. The earth will
?ield more abundantly than ever before,
he animal kingdom will be mdVe prolific
and life prolonged very materially. This
prolongation of life will be owing to the
healthy electric and magnetic influences
that will pervade the atmosphere. It
would perhaps seem that the present redness
of the sun, and the-presence of a belt
or-veil of cosmic matter, justified, in a
measure, the prediction of Professor Grimmer,
but disturbing as his prediction
may be we are told for our comfort
that the strong and pure blooded
need have littlo to fear m these calamities,
that those who are delicate or indisposed
should adopt means to keep the
system well supported and the blood purs
and that the most philosophical and effective
method of accomplishing this is to
keep the kidneys and liver in good condition.
From the testimonials of such men
as Dr. Dio Lewis and' Professor R. A.
Gunn, M. D., Dean of the United States
Medical college, New York, and thousands
of influential non-professional people, it
seems almost certain that for this purpose
there is no preparation known to science
equal to Warner's Safe Cure, better
known as Warner's Safe Kidney and
Liver Cure. This medicine has acquired
the finest reputation ef any preparation
that was ever put upon the market. It is
a radical blood purifier, which soothes and
heals all inflamed organs, strengthens the
nervous system, washes out all evidences
of decay, regulates digestion prevents
malassimilation of food in a philosophical
and rational manner, fortifies the system
against climatic changes and malarial influences
and the destructive agencies
which seem to be so abundant in these
w evil daysv"
It is not our purpose to dispute the cor
rectness of Professor Grimmer's prophecies.
As we have said, the marked disturbances
of the past few years would
seem to give a semblance of verification of
his theory. It is certain, as above stated,
that we are passing through what may be
regarded as a crucial period and it
is the part of wise men not to ignore, but to
learn to fortify themselves against the
possibility of being overcome by these
evils. It is a duty which each man owes to
himself and his fellows, to mitigate as
much as possible the suffering of humanity
and in no way better can he accomplish
this purpose than to see to it that he, himself,
is fortified by the best known preparation
in the strongest possible manner and
that he exert the influence of his own example
upon his fellows to the end that
they, too, may share with him immunity
from the destructive influences which seek
Wells' "Rough on Corns." 15c. Ask for it.
Complete, permanent cure. Corns, bunions.
Walmtt Xienf Hair Keiterey
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 dene. It will change light or faded
hair in a few days to a beautiful glossy
brown. Ask your drusrgist for it. Each
battle is warranted. John D. Park &
Sons, Wholesale Agents, Cincinnati, Ohio,
and C. N. Crittenton, N. Y.
The Voice of the People. No Family
Dyes were ever so popular as the Diamond
Dyes. They never fail. The Black is far superior
to logwood. The other colors are brill
lant. Wells, Richardson&Co.,Burlington,Vt
TJbk Beddings Russia Salve in the house and
um Bedding's Russia Salv in the stable. Try it.
Skinny Men. " Wells' Health Renewer"J
restores health and vigor, cures Dyspepsia.
For" sore feet, swollen joints, sprains,
corns or bunions, use St. Patrick's Salve.
J' We always keep Piso's Cure for Con
sumption in the house."
Aw. pain in the nervous system, wind colie,
cramps, ice, cured by Samaritan Nervine
"Youn SamaritanKcrvinc cured my son'sfits."
writes Mrs. S. M. Parkhurst, of Girard, Mich.
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J. H. RJHff, Denver, Col.
Stinging, irritation, all Kidney and
Hale'tt Honey of Horehound and Tar
Relieves coughs very quigkly. Pike's
toothache drops cure in jyiuute.
Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) has cured me
of a long-standing case of Eczema, which
has. resisted all sorts of treatment.
Rev. W. J. Robinson,
N. Ga. Conference.
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wnen applied oy
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heals the sores and
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U T H Bitters has received
p CElEGtATEB the most positive
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MEDICAL CO., Sole Pro tesspsRsa.)
prietors, St Joseph, Mo
Sold fey all Drsfffflstfl. (18)
LORD, ST0UTEH3UR3 & CO., ftpat Chbajj, IIL
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Thi3 porous plaster Is
absolutely the best ever HOP
made, combining the
Yirtuea of hops -with PLASTER
gums, balsams and ex
tracts. It3 power is vronderf ul la curing diseases whera
other plasters simply rclicro. Crick in tho Back and
Neck, Pain in tho Side or Limbs, Stiff Joints and Muscles,
Kidney Troubles, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Soro Chest,
Affections of tho Heart and Liver, andaU pains or aches
in any part cured instantly by tho Hop Tlaster. t3 Try
Jt. Frico 2o cents or fivo for 5L0O.
LAK3E Hailed on receipt of price Sold by
all druggists and country stores.
BACK Hop Plaster Company,
Proprietors, Boston, Mass.
C7For constipation, loss of appetito and diseases of ths
bowels take Hawley's Stomach and Lirer Pills. 25 cents.
A make over OWE
AGENTS hundred par cent,
profit selling tbc
Reflecting Safety Lamp
which can be sold in every family. Gives
more lurht than three ordinary lamps.
Sample JUnisvp sent lor mi.r
cents in stamps, we have other
household articles. Send for circulars.
FOK11EE k MAKIN, Cincinnati, o.
CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS.
J Best Cough Syrup. Tastes good. pJ
Use in lime. Sold by druggists.
2i 5 iilSSSi&S
I have a positive remedy for the above disease; by its
use thousands of cases of the worst knd aud of Kng
standing have been cured. Indeed, rostroneis my faith
in its etficacy.that I will send TWO BOTTLES FREE, together
with a VALUABLE TREATISE on this disease, to
any sufferer. Give Express and P. O . a ldress,
DR. T. A. SLOCUM, 181 Pearl St., New York.
Interferences conducted. Assignments prepared. Copy
of any patent issued rinco 1S66 sent for 50 cents. Illustrated
book of patent law KEE. W. T. FITZGERALD,
Attorney at Law, I OOffFStreet, Washington, D.C.
AGEHTS WANTED SKgPSBSkSJS
tlnjr Machine ever invented. "Will knit a pair of
stockings wiih IBi and TOE complete in twenty
minutes. It will also knit a great variety ef fancy-work
for which there Is always a. ready market. Send
for circular and terms to the Twombly Knitting
Machine Co., 163 Trcmont Street, Boston, Mass.
Inalreclo " gives instant
AllaACOlO reliefizna is
an infallible cure for Files.
PILES Price 81 from druggists, or
sent prepaid bv mall. Samples
free. Ad. ,aXAJESUS,'
Makers, Box 2116, New York.
WHITE'S PATENT LEVEK TRUSS"
is a perfect instrument for the cure of Hernia. The
use of steel springs, so hurtful, is avoided. An Inward
and upward power is obtained at the Spot where it Is
needed. No pressure on the- back. Pamphlets free.
Special rates to the trade. Address
WHITE'SPATENT LEVER TRUSS CO.,711 Broadway
TKC BEST IS THE CHEAPEST."
SAW MI ft 1 11 FA THRESHERS,
MILLS, ENGINES Horse Pownj,
(For all sections and purposes) Write for Free Pamphlet
and Prices to The Aultman & Taylor Co. , Mansfield, Ohio.
over 1100 of the but
It is a well-known fact that most of the
Horse and Cattle Powder sold in this coun
try is worthless; that Sheridan's Condition
Powder is absolutely pure and very
Tamable. Nothing: on Earth will
make hens lay like Sheridan's
Condition Powder. Dose, one teaspoonful to
CHICKEN CHOLERA, 25
breeders' use, price $1.00; by mail, Sl-20. Circulars
The fact is well understood
that the MEXICAN MUSTANG
LINIMENT is by far
the best external known for
man or beast. The reason
why becomes an "open secret
" when we explain that
"Mustang?5 penetrates skin,
flesh, and muscle to the yery
bone remoYing all disease
and soreness. No other liniment
does this, hence none
other is so largely used or
does such worlds of good.
TeiomtA nrr 77T mMJM
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Those languid, tiresome geoMttoSSl
you to feel scarcely able to be OHpfe.
that constant drain that is takinr r
system all its former elasticity; i
bloomf rom your cheeks; tbatconfhiuj
upon your vital forces, renderingr.yo
ble and fretful, can easily be removed
use of tkat marvelous remedy, HopJ
Irregularities and obstructions of you$,
are relieved at once, while the special qamft
periodical pain are .permanently remove.
None receivo so much benefit, and nene ar
so profoundly grateful and show such an interest
In recommending Hop JBitters as women.
feels Young Again.
" Myrmother was afflicted a long time witk
Neuralgia and a dull, heavy, inactive condition
of the wholo system; headache, nervou
prostration, and was almost helpless. No physicians
or medicines did her any good. Thre
months ago she began to use Hop Bitters with,
such good effect that she seems, and feel
young again, although over seventy years old.
We think there is no other medicine lit to "us
in the family." A lady, in Providence.
Bradford, Pa., May 8, 1871.
It has cured me of several disease3, such as
nervousness, slbkness at the stomach. 'monthly
troubles, etc. I have not seen a sick day la
a year, since I took Hop Bitters. All my
neighbors use them. Mrs. Fannie Green.
53,000 Lost." A tour of Europe that cost nas
$3,000, done mo less good than one bottle &t
Hop Bitters; they also cured my wife of fifteen
: ears' nervous weakness, sfeeplessnea
and dyspepsia." B. M., Auburn, N. T.
Hop Bitters is not, in any sense, an alcohol!
beverage or liquor, and could not be sold lor
use except to persons desirous of obtaining
Green B. Ratjm, IT. S. Com. Inter'l Ker.
South Bloominqveuoe, O., May LTt.
Bnts I have been suffering ten years and I
tried your Hop Bitters and it done me more-good
than ail the doctors.
Miss S. S. BOO30C
Baby Saved !
"We are so thankful to say that our nursing-baby
was permanently cured of a dangerous t
and protracted constipation and irregularity
of the bowels by the use of Hop Bitters by its-mother,
which at the same time restored her
to perfect health and strength. The Parents
Bochester, N. Y.
I M I
Health and Happiness.
DO AS OTHERS.
Are your Kidneys disordered?
''VIAnnv IVnrf: hmiioht m fmm mv irrnve. S3 it
were, after 1 had been given up by 13 best doctors Ib
Detroit." JL W. Deveraux, Mechanic, Ionia, Mich.
Are your nerves -weak?
'Eidnoy Wort cored mo from nervous weatneas
&c, arter I was not expected to livo." Mrs. M. M. B.
Goodwin, Ed. Christian Monitor Cleveland, O.
Have you Bright's Disease?
cured me when jny water was just
like pho.lk and then like blood."
Frank Wilson, Peabody,
Suffering from Diabetes?
ijtiie most successful remedy I hare
ever used. Gives almost Immediate relief."
Dr. Phillip C. Ballou, llonkton, Yt
Have you Liver Complaint?
"Kidney-Wort cured me of chronic Liver Diseases
after I prayed to die." . .
Henry Ward, late CoL COth Nat. Guard, N. Y.
Is your Back lame and aching?
"Kidney-Wort, (1 bottle) cured m when I was so
lame I had to roll cut of bed."
C. U. Tallmage, Milwaukee, TTIs.
Have you Kidney Disease?
"Kidney-Wort made me sound Inliver and kidneys
after years of unsuccessful doctoring. It3 worth
$10 a box." Sam'l Hodges, Williamstown, West Ya.
Are you Constipated?
"Kidney-Wort causes easy evacuations and cured
me after 10 years usa of other-medicines."
Nelson Fairchtld, St. Albans, Yt
Have you Malaria?
"Kidney-Wort has dono better than any other
remedy 1 have ever used in my practice."
Dr. R. K. Clark, South Hero, Yk
Are you Bilious?
"Kidney-Wort has done me more good tmr
othRT rnmedv T have ever taken."
ALTS. J. J., uauunujr, OJt xui, ungw.
Are von tormented with Piles?
cured me of bleeding
piles. Dr. W. C. KUne recommended 1; to me."
Geo. H. Horst, Cashier M. Bank, Myerstown, Pa.
Are you Eheumatism racked?
"Kidney-Wort cured me, after 1 was given Bp to
die by phyHicians and I had suffered thirty years."
Eibridge Malcolm, West Bath, ilaiae.
Ladies, are you suffering?
"Kidney-Wort cured me of peculiar trouble of
several year standing. Many friends use and praise
IU" ALIA, il 1AU1U1 CMU iWO JL WIW V
If you would Banish Disease
i and gain Health, Take
The Blood Cleanser.
1 jkt srrxo? it r3Bv,
Established, 1872; Incorporated,
1K0. For theCurc Of Gaaters.
Tumors, IJlcers, Screfid
and Skin Diseases, without tbft
use of knife or Loss of Blood, and little pain. Fir
CTORHATION, OIRCTTLAEB AND BEFKBXXC2S, addTMft
-DE. F. Ii. FOND, JLurera, Ksuia Co., UL.
' ' ' ! ii 1 1 1 ii 1 mtm
fill Hn M Epilepsy or Fits in 21 hours. Free to pa&.
1T5 WUfSS Db.Kxuse, 28-14 Arsenal SU.SuLouiiiar
&aHS5SSffSrWorrf$Tllat Barn, ESRfttffc
Anthers. J. H. CHAMBERS & CO.; St. Louis, Ma.
MAKE HENS LAY 1 3
each pint of food. It win also prevent and care ' Jv a, 5
Hog Cholera, sc. Sold everywhere, or sent by mail for
cents in stamps. Also furnished in large cans, for
seat FREE. L S. JOHNSON A CO., Boston.
r if 3 ers L WRS nuciec wna urj i euer or tat mtm
Obstinate tnae. Was tnat4 hv mAv nt fht TwairvlMk U
sictans ; took: quantities of aercury. potash and nwiiiiw v. .
THica. instead f curiag tht, Tetter, cripr
Wlla Kl&er&I BAMmh uut rhiiiMiika ThT
tinned, to' aa4 the ltchlac almost mate 3
xn mis conmuon 1 was induced to taue swa
bpeotoc, and ta; result was as astonishing as It wm
R1 ia msnins me Teuer wasentBf v vi
wellrUK Mercartal Poisoning all ont of my system awl- " avJ
I.,wa.?Lwe11 Baan and due only to Swift's Spectfl. jm
jxu wtc nnerers stionid talce it.
i JAMES DUNNING, Louisville. Ky.
Our treatlsim Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free
to applicant. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
Drawers, Atlanta, Ga.
GROCERS My immense success In
s!T,T,rv (to. i nfTEraa
has been in making only the best. Once used always
saed. Send for samples. Ai'L. SAUUAN, Dayta. 6.
RATCUTO HO' PATENT, K0 AT
IT ii I Ell ItlS. &A.P.LACETtPatci
Attorneys, "Washingtoa, D.a
Full instructions and Hand-Bo ok of Patents seat frW
A. N. X.E. 957
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