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in a stable
for two days, ie.j good hay, give one
quart of wheat toran morning, noon,
and evening. In the winter time I
keep them three days in the stable, and
with such treatment I never had a sick
cow. My father kept cows forty-five
years and he always gave them rye
flour in .the water; lie never lost a sin
gle cow, and he owned ats high as
thirty different cows iI one year.
To KEEP A OsE FROI RUBBING ITs
TAIL.--This habit, which spolls the ap
pearance of soei horses, is ca used by
scurf on the skin of- the tall, or by
worms In the rectum. Tie first can be
remedled by a thorough washing with
borax. Carbolic soap is also excllient.
A horse which has formed the habit'of
rubbing will probably keep It up for
awhile after the cause is removed.
Greasing the anus, and syringing the
the rectum with a mild decoction of
tobacco, will. relieve these parts and
kill the worms, but the rubbing will
doubtless be kept up for a time. To
prevent disfigurement of tie tail, naill
a plank at the back side of the stall,
with the edge projecting toward the
the horse, at a height Just opposite the
things. With ithis obstruction the
tail cannot touch the sides of
the stable. Another preventive Is to
fasten a rope at the back end of the
partition of the stall and attach it to a
rope hanging down from. the ceiling
directly in the rear of the tail, and
then fie the other end to the partition
on the other side of the horse. When
he comes out of the stall tile rope may
be slack enough to allow the horse to
back up a step or two, and being sus
pended from the floor overhead, it can
not fall down and will not allow the
animal to get entangled. It may be
kept taut by having the perpendicular
rope fastened considerably in the rear
-enough to draw it.
Sw1'iLLED LEis IN IloRats.-Partial<
or local debility Is generally the cause
of horses' legs swelling over nigh t inI
tie stable. When swelled legs occur
in a horse that is thin and impover
Ished, debility must be counteracted to
promote a cure, by feeding somewhat
liberally. It is aided also by giving
tonlics, such as half a dracin of pow
dered stilplate af iron, and two drach ins
of powdered gentian root, mixed in the I
ood once daily. Smart Ia.d-rubbing
anld bandaghius should be employed, for
which purpose strong woolenl cloths o01
any kind may be made(1 use of, but flail
nel1 forms the best bandage, when
evenly anl firmly applied by means11 of I
a roller four yards inl length, and four
Inches In breadth. Such bandage may
be applied every evening, as long as
needhed. Its app)lilcation should1( always
be preceded by smart friction of the
linmbs, and1( Instead of fastening thenm
with strings it is better to use strong
MALT is eagerly eaten by all kinds of
live stock, On account of its sweetness;
but theo result of many careful experi
ments has shown that the benefit de
prived from feeding it do not repay
the trouble and .cost han malting the
grain. Every advantage from tile
mnalting may be gailued by simp~ly addi
ing alittlenmolasses to tihe fodder or
grain, and this is muchi cheaper. In
maltling grain there is a loss of sub
stance, as well as a chlange of its form
in germination, an~d tis redluces tile
actual value of the grain, althlough it
renders it inure palatable.
LEnAVES are the best bediding. A
stove in the piggery, and a warm blank
et for the sow, may save a litter in cold
weather. In arranging a piggery this
should be considered.
A Wild Cat.
Dr. C. F. Ware, of Bucksport, Maine,
had rather an exciting experience with a
loup-cervier recently. Some of his friends
had been spending thle evening at his house,
which is situated on Seminary Hill1, and at
0 o'clock the doctor took a small lamp and
started for the'cellar after some apples. A
portion of the cellar is used for piling wood
and as he neared tile bottom of the stairs 110
heard footsteps, and thlen some wood rattled
down, as if a man was moving about in tile
cellar. Raising his lamp in order to get a
better view, the doctor advanced a few
steps, when lhe saw a huge loup-cervier
that had made its way thlrough a basement
door that .had been accidentally left open.
lHe picked up a stick of wood to club the
animal, but It jumped from one side of the
celler to the other so rapidly that he0 could
not atrko it. H~e then wvent up stairs andI
procured a revolver, and after telling the
folks to keep the sitting-room door closed
he returned to tile cellar. Tils time lhe
found the loup-cervier' perched on the edge
of the coal-bin and shiot at it, when the
animal j umpedl to the top of the wood-pile,
some fAfteen feet distant. The doctor then
tried another shlot, and as the lamp chimney
tell off, leaving him in total darkness, he
was obliged to go up stairs and get another
lamp. On h11s returni to the cellar he fired
two more shots, whlen the lamp chimney1
again fell off, and while in the dark the I
loup-cervior bounded past him and ran up <
stairs and started up a second flight, but 4
being unable to proceed on account of a door
he came down again and rushled into the
pantry. Here he perched hlimself upona
large oil can, where lie remained until the
doctor fired another shot, when he started
out of the pantry, and being attracted by
the light coming thlroulgh a window 'over
the sitting room door, he made a jump for
it, but fell back again and ran down cellar;.
isa course was marked with blood, which
was flowing quite freely, and after procur-r
ing a lantern the doctor followed him to thet
cellar, where he again fired, when, much to I
his disgust, tihe concussion put tile lantern I
out. lie went up stairs and lighted it again t
but on is return lhe found that the ioup-.
certder had disappeared,, and as thlere are
aio tracks leading from the house, it is sap
posed tliat'the animal crawled under thle
'wood and died. It was quite remarkable
that during the whole fight the toup-cervIer
A1d not Attack the doctor,.<
.h1en1 pour it
and beat it)
in minutes. See
1milk, on1e cup of
Js of flour, butter the
,ut, and four eggs. Make
.ah the milk, butter, yeast
beat the eggs and stir them
it warm place, and let it
tour hoiurs, and then bake in but
.ed muflin rings,or fry on the griddle
in rings. Third-One pint of milk,
Cne cup of granulated sugar, live cups
of flour, one teaspoonful of saleratus,
two of cream of tartar, two eggs, and
butter the size of an egg. Beat the
butter and sugar together, and then
dd the eggs well beaten; with this
nix the milk, and then beat the flonr
In llwhich the saleratus and cream of'
tartar have been mixed. Bake In but
Lered mullin rings in a quick oven.
Fourth-Into a bowl put one and a half
pints of graham, half a cup of sugar
nd a little salt. Now into the sieve
put hall x pint of flour, one tablespoon
rul of saleratus and two of cream of
tartar. Mix thoroughly with the flour,
tand then sift onto the material in the
bowl. Mix all the Ingredients ti
roughly while dry and then add two
wvell-beaten eggs, and milk enough to
nake a batter that will drop from the
poon readily. Fill the muinn cups
tbout two-thirds full, and bake in a
A GILLED STEAK - Ingredients
)nc-half a pound of rump steak, leonoi,
>epper and salt, butter and salad oil.
L'ine required, about ten minutes.
L'ake a small bunch of parsley, wash it,
Iry it well in a cloth, and put it onl a
Joard; chop tile parsley ip very fine
vith a knife; take a quarter of an
>unce of butter, and mix it well with
he chopped parslev; sprinkle over it
)epper and salt (according to taste),and
1Ix drops of lemon juice; make it all up
n a small pat; take half a pound of
.ump steak, half an inch in thickness;
>our about a teasi oonful of salad oil
)on a steak; dIlp both sides of the
;teak into the oil; take a gridiron and
warn it well by tile fire; place tile oiled
;teak on tlie gridiron, close to the fire
o cook uilekly ; if the meat is at all
rozen It must be warmled gradually
ht rough Lefore putting it quite near
Ahe fire, or it will be tough; turn the
iridiron with the steak occasionally ; it
mill take from tell to twelve iinutes,
recording to tile brightness and heat of
Ahe fire when the steak Is sufliciently
looked place It oil a hot (11811 and be
.areful n'ot to stick the fork Into tile
neat (or the gravy will run out), but
nto the fat; take tile pat of green but
er and put it oin the steak, spreading it
til over withi a knife.
WHITE SODA SoFT - sOAP. -- White
English) caustic Soda, four pounds;
endeied tallow or grease, sixteen
ounds. Directions for making: Add
'Our or' fiye gallons of water to tie soda,
tnd boll till tile soda is mecited Or (d1s
o1lved ; then add thcgr'ease andl continl
to tile boiling gently from threce-quar
cirs to one hour'; keep adding water-a
tallon or two at a time-till it becomes
Ike a ciear syrup); thlen add thle whmole
~ontents of tile kettle to a good, tight
>arrel or cask of 30 to 35 galloins cai
Jacity, andl add warm water, wvith a
~allonl of strong salit pickle, till the
)arrel is full; stir it well togethmer' f'or' a
ew minutes, and let it stand~ till cold,
vhmen' it gets har'd. Tihis quality of
eft-seap is largely consunmed in large
ilties, and~ Is a pretty fair senp for ordi
CnICKCEN SAL.AD.-TIake equal bulks
>f cut chicken and veler'y, and make
hle following dressing for two chick
ms1: Mash the yolks of four ihard
lohled eggs, and mix withl them one
mud one-half tablespoonsful of good,
Iry mustard;i stir in tihe yolks of. two or
~hree raw egga, then add, slowly stir
ing all tihe wilie, 011e quart bottle of
aliad oil, cayenne pepper, salt and yin
3gar, to taste, at tihe last. If the dress
ng " sep~arates," thlat is, looks curdled,
mt an~y time during tile process, add a
ittle vinegar, and if that does not
t)ring It together, a little rawv white of
lgg. After oil is In, and before the
'inegar 18 added, the dressing should
3e still' enoughl to ho01( a spoon ulpighlt.
salt tile chicken and~ celery previous to
nixing tile dressing with them. 'Save
t little of tile dre'ssing to spreadl on top,
md1( garnmish tile edige of tile dish witih
GRIATPUL WOaIMN.-None receive so
iuchm benefit, and none are so pro
foundly grateful and show 811ch an in
terest in recommending Ilop Bitters, as
women. It is the only remedy pecu
liarly adlapted to tihe mainy ills the sex
is almost universally subject to. Chills
and feyer, indigestionl or dr'ranged
liver, constant or periodical s'ok head
aehes, nenknless in the~ back or kidneys,
paini in the shiouldlers andt dliferent parts
af the body, a feeling of lassitude and
lespondency, are all readily removed
by these Bitters.
LIMEi INCRIUsTRATIONS IN KETTLES.
When there is much lime in the ironl
,ea-kettle, set It on the stove or On the
leo without any water in it, and iet it
ltay thiere unitil redl-hot; thenl take it
>lf' and set It Onl tile ground to cool,
,vhen the lime may be taken out easily.
L'o remlove 11010 from tea-kettles where
iard( water is used set the kettle out
loor's and let it freeze over nlight. In
he morniing thlaw an~d rap off. Bol
liabber i the kettle two or three times;
f it wIll not scrape off, let it stanld a
vhile. The1 deposit of the crnst in kot
les may be prevenlted by plaoin g an
)yster she1 ll thle kettle. Thie parti
les of limo will adhlere to tile shl I.
FRENcH ROLs.-One ounice of lard
0 0one quart of flour, 0on0 whole egg,
lightly beaten, three tablespoonsful of'
!east, two tablespoonsful of soda, two
ablespoonsful of salt' p~ut all togetheor.
liix with milk if you have it, but water
viii do. Work for one hour, until thie,
lougil seems to lighltenl beneathl your
lands, and set to rise till morning, if
nade up in tihe evening, Make out1
hen1 into seven rolls, and handle as
ightly and as little as possible .leaving
1h01m inl a sulitable place to rise un1tih
line to bake thlem for breakfast.
wtr~ls WAITImo fotr a Cough to go as it Osme,
ou are oftoa laying the (oundatica for some
ulmonary or Bronchial alection. Is Is better
0 get rId of a C id at once' byiusig hiat sure
emedv, Dr. D. JelnOe EXPeototat Wiihl will
iure the most stu ~hral vough, and reiv
Sf all anxiety as to darwarond canaannama,
in ! WATin!-"' Water I Water
this Is the third time I have
,ed water to you tils morning I" re-.)
.ed BIjahI to the ocCupant, of cell No.4.
" Yes, that's true," ,was the cali re
oinder; " but did you ever kiowt a man
in this country to isk for witer uiless
he w as mighty hard lip for a drink ?"
Bijah mused over the query for half I
a minute, and then passed li tli water
"sW hy don't you behave yourself and
kee) out of limbo?"
" Why don't you grow hair on top of
your head ?"1 was tihe reply. "1 Whatis <
to be is to be. It was intdnded that
you should be bald-headed and big
footed, and that I should suffer for the
sins of others. Much obliged for tile
drink. Please take ie first while Ills
Ilonor 18 fresh." I
le was taken out. lie looked as
good-naturedi as an old maid over aI
love letter, anid It was limpoosible to I
look at hin and realize that he ever had t
lils sad hours and d(1tys of struggle with I
" We won't make any trouble over (
this case,'' he said to tile court as his I
smile Increased. " I know what law is, I
and you know what hiuman nature is, 1
and we will strike a balance. Good- j
bye, Judge. You have treated me like E
;L white man, and I shall always feel t
" I wouldn't go just yet," suggested I
ills Honor. "If I should sentence you I
for thirty days and you were'it here f
when the Maria drove tip, it would be I
rather awkward for is.'
"Well, I'll stay around for a few i
minutes, if it will be any favor to you,"
replied tile prisoner, " though I sl ould I
hate to miss the Chicago train. What t
was it you wished to say ?"
" You are tile stranger who ate oys- g
ters in a restaurant iand couldn't p'
for them," continued the court. c
"Judge, I could pay for a million v
fried oysters if they were all right, but 1,
that fellow put up a job Oil Inc. I t<
called for frieu oysters and he mixed (
clanis with 'en. Yes, sir, lie thought t!
he'd gum a man who has eaten more
clams than this town ever saw."
"Isn'ti a fried clam as good as a
fried oyster?" S8
" Yes, better; but look at the princi'- n
ple i If lie could mix clanis with my 0
ovsters what would prevent lihin from 0
mixing water with my beer or turnips r
with my 'taters?"
"Well," slowly replied his Honor, 0
I think you had better go to Chicago." 11
I know I had, Jridge. All I want is D
directions how to find tihe railroad track, d
and I'll never bother this town again." I
" Don't you go by car?" P
" No, thaukee. I go on my feet, cov- 1
ering three ties at every motion of my t
knee. When I get tired I can set down,
and I can take in the scenery a good
deal better on foot." ti
" Well, you may walk. I want to v
hear from you at least six miles down d
the track by noon." t
"I'll beat that by two'miles unless I q
strike a snow-drift,'' was the prompt f
reply, and the iian started out in a
breezy way that iade it bad for the
corns lie trod oil.
How Cami I Express My Thanks?
Mrs. Meeks, of Yorkville, Now York, writes
It affords me great pleasure to write those few
lines to let the public know the value of Ana
kesis, the groat External Pilo Romody. I have
sufored the last 14 years everything but
death; in that time I have spent hundreds of I
dollars. I have tried everything I ever hoard l
of; I have hlad four difforeont doctord, but
found very little relief. I at laat heard of Ana- l
kesis; I tried themn And In one hour's time I I
found reitof and have not Laeon troubled witht
them since. Ilowv cain I express my thanks toC
you? No touno can praise themn too highly,
andi I would eay to all those wvho are aflibeted
withl Piles. Jiomorrhoidsu or fissures, internal
or external, give A nak'esis a trial and you ill
no longer be a sufferer.
Mns. MEF RS.
Samples of A nakesis are aont free to all suf
ferera onl application to P'. Neusiaodtor & Co.,
Box 3916, New York.
"MY LANDLADY,"' remarked a man,
" makes her tea so strong thiat it breaks
"And mine,'' said another, " makes y
hers so weak it caii't be run out of thil
" GRACIOUS goodness l' Chridreni i
children ! are you aware that to-day Is d
" Yes, namma ; but we're pretending
it isn't, you know ; so it is all right.''"
Wi trust the time will come when
every one will use Dobbins' lectric
Soap, (made by Cragin & Co., Philadel
phia.) Its Bale is daily increasing, as is a
always the case-with articles of merit.
A sIGN bears tihe inscri ption, "A,
Green, Grocer.'' But tihe owner~ of the*
verdlanlt-ne is not a green grocer, 1as
people who apply to hilm for trust arie c
forced to aid mit.
A MAN wvho was in the habit of talk
ing to himself, being asked by his wife 2
wiry lie did so, remarked that he liked C
to converse with a man of sense.'
" DON'T worry about my going awvay,
my darling. Absence1 you know,
makes the heart grow feonder.'' "Of
somebody else,"' responided tile darling. t
"IHEwEirs of wood and drawers of
water.'" Don't know about the howers,
but In hot water drawers of water1
would bb a luxury.
TIuix " improved 11amfp-post'' is padded C
at about the height that a fellow wants
to rest his acinig brow, and is becom
ing very p)opullar.
THEm recovery of the felloW Who was
blown up by gunpowder is very doubt-t
fui-that is, all of him.
CONUNDRtUM : What Oin tils earth is o
higher than the IHllmahaya mnoutins?~
A MAN's chlaracter is like a fence-you
canniot strengthen It by whitewash.' s
SUGAn Is now adu lte'rated withl tini to
make it pan out better.'
DON'T "put your hiandkerohief above
your nose, but b'low it. . a
Lack of judgment-causes fully 50 per I
cent, of all business men to fall, earlier d
or later. Do not an equal proportion of
phlysielans fal,. to eure from the same
Caruse? At the Grand Invalids' and
T1ourists' Hotel, Butfalo, N. Y., Dr. e
Pierce through the skill attained by his
several speola lists, eaeh having devoted
years to a speclal department of med ical J
science, is able to eure a-large per, cent
Many physicians, in view of the supe- ~
rior advantages of this model sanitarium n
bring their st'thborn, ob'soure,.comnpil.. a
eated, and surgolal cases, Ior examina
tions, olierathon, and treatment. Full
particulars kiveni in tile People's Conm- t
mon Sense Medical A~dVIser, an illhas
trated work of over 900 pages. .PrIce,
post-pald, $1.50. Address 'the' author,
R.V. Pierca. M. P.. pnfrao, Nr_ Y. t
Ocean Storm Tracks.-rof. Loomishi
ixamliation of the storm tracks of tht
;ortli Atlantic li 1874-'75 showed thai
)n an average only eighteen storms i
cuar can be traced from the UpIted
5tales to Europe; that nearly all o
hose pursue % northeasterly course and
ass 'considerably to the north of Scot
and; and that the probability of a
atori's pissiiig f rom this country and
trlking tei English coasts is only one
n nine. The storn chart No. 4, Just
asued by General Myer, of the Signal
ervico Bureau, contains the. tracks of
ight storms crossing the Atlantic in
he lirst two amonths of the .present
ear, and confirms Professor Loomis's
leduatlons. Of the storms noted one
inly struck the English coast, two
msed acrt ss France and over Spain;
he rest curved toward the Pole, and
)assed several hundred miles to the
iorth of the British Isles. By the reg
ilar publication of these charts Gener
Lil Myer is doing admirable work in
>roinoting the study of meteorology as
science, and thoroughly deserves the
oinpliment paid him by tihe Viennia
deteorological Congress. The porma
lent committee of thtt body has Just
ecom mended to a proposed second con
,ress the adoption of General Myer's
ystem, and its extension throughout
he world.-llow far storm tracks can
ie predicted is yet a moot point. The
plan adopted by M. Brounow, of the
tusiani Marine Department, is as fol
ows: le lays down on a chart for 8 a.
a. the regions of rise and fall of tile
oarometer during tile previous night,
,id joils the central points of these
reas by what lie calls the "diflerence
Ine," laying down also the known
rack of the storm for the proceeding
wenty-four hours. These two lines in
eneral Intersect, and the direction of
iotion of the ceutre for the day sue
ceding the date of the chart makes
rith the difference line an angle which
i greater In the proportion of thirteen
3 ten thitan tie angle made with this
iflerence line by tile original track of
Sone experoments have been made by
I. Violle on the radiation of ineando
ment platinum, the result of which
ay be useful to *persons engaged In
udeavoring to produce serviceable
Lectric light by incandescence. The
diation wias measured between $00 de
rees and 1,775 degrees. The intensity
f a given radiation (loes not -increase
idell nitoly wifh the temperature, but
asses through a maximuin, and then
ecreases to at point where it becomes
iseisible. Tihe luminous heat of fused
latinum transitted through alum is
4-5 of the total heat transinItted
irough rock salt.
In a twoo acre field near Berlin, to de
3rmine if the nettle plant can be culti
ated with success, with a view of pro
ucing therefrom a new textile fibre,
lie plant was sown last year, and ac
utred last autunii a height of three to
Wrenched and ILoIked
)y tho paanga of rhoumatism, the joluts
vonin-lly become gtiovously d stortod, and
omotimneu aasume an almost grotogalo de
ormi y. To prevent such results by a simple
nd agreeable enis is. certainly the part of
rieom. A tonloney t> rhoumat.o aliments
ay bo succoseful y combatted with Hostet
or's Stomach BJtters, a medicine with the
orestige of a long and suiccessful career, of un
eounded popu arity. ad .of emphatic pr.fos
tonal endorsmeint. It removes from the
ood theso inflawimatory iumputities which
auhologiets assigni as the cause of rhetuma
ism,. and not only lpuries the life current.but
riches it, promoting vigor by fertiliz nlg its
ource. D~igention, tic action of the t owels and
lhe seooe oiona of tile bile are aided by it, and it
mupol- the kidneys. and bladder to a regular
nad actit o porfermanace of their functions. It
i, besides, a thorouagly reliable remedy for,
ud means of preventtinlg, poriodio fevers.
Ir YOUR Liver Is Disordered Hoofland's Ger
van Bitters will set it aright.
Cancer canu be Cured
y Dr. Biond's now discovey-a positive cure
:>r this dread malhdy-no knife, no caustic, no
ain. Dr. Bond'sasuccess in treating Cancer
truly marvelous. IRemedies sent to any part
f the world, withl fuill directions for successful
omo treatmient. Bend a deoription of your
ase, or anmy cancel' sufferer you may know of.
amplets and futll directions sent free. Ad
rees, Dr. H. T. Bond. Philad'a., Pa.
IF TROUBLED with Constipation, take 11oof
mad's Germian Bitters.
Tis dreadful diaoaso, the doctors tell us, is
Sthe blood, and believing this to be true, we
livise every sufferer to try Durang's IRheu
tatie Reomedy. It is taken internally and
ositivelyr cures the worst case in the shortest
me. Sold by every Druggist in town.
IF YoU Would Enjoy Good Health Take
roofland's Ger'man Bitters.
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ltters will cure yen.
Pen PIrPLES on the Faco, use ieskells Totl.
r' Oantmecnt. It never falls to remote them.
The ME.ND~rL5OniN PIANO Co., No. 21 East
5th street, N. Y., whose advertisement ap
ears elsowhere, is sellhng Pianos direct to tbe
oeppie at Factory Pr'Ices, without thle inter
ention of a eats or dleakrs, thereby sav.ng
lenm more than 'one-half the prices usua ly
huargecd for strictly frat-class Instruments.
The leading papers of the country speak in
ao very hlighesat terms of the Company and
boir P'ianos, as will b~e seen in the following
xtm acts selectod from their catalogue:
The Mendelesohn Piano impres .ed us great
f. first by its power, ati second by its rare
eauty of tone. It is brilliant withlout being
lain, and powerful without noise. The treble
a bright and p~uro, the middle range warm and
ympathietie, anld the bass decided and sonior
use, while t':o to--eh is excellent.-- Watson's
irt Journal, Newr York.
One of the Square Pianos, (Mathushek's
cak-), exhibited by the Mendelssohn Pilano
o.. Is constructed upon onthbely new princi
lea, and is said to be tile most powerful toned
qinare piano in thle world, with a a nglng
ualityv rarely, if ever, before obtainod in any
For a number ef years the Mendelssohn P1
ne Co. have aimed at tihe production of a
plndid plano at a low price. They have mere
hasuccoed ed. Modern mechanism, skill
ad genius cannot produce. a better piano,
,hile the pr'co is below that of any ether first'
lass mahe.--Lousvllle Ciourtcer-Jour'nal.
Thue revolution in the Anmerican Piano trade
as begun unoder .time le.derhmip of the Men
clssohn Planad O6, of Now York. That revo
ratien means- lower' pr ces for instruments
qual in material, construetiran and elegance to
lbe best yet produco .--.t. Loauis Republican.
WVe notice that the Mondelss'ohn Plano Co.,
f New York, have taken the field against high
rices. The matehless perfection of the Men
elssohna piano disarms criticism.-'-Oleveland
The culture .and exaeting musical taste of
lneinnati gives the Mendelssohn a rank see..
nd to no ether piapao-fortol and their :sale Is
apidy increasing. Theoy avt splendid jdstru
aOnts, and the wonder is how they dan be sold
teeo ow a rlce.--Olnoinnati Gazette.
We would redomnmend any 'of our t4gdets
ho have any idea of over blaig a liano not
> fail to writo a6 once fox their lludtrated and
Pescriptive Oatalogue, which will be mailed
IAuege..2tter Olntmen* Wit ouro every
Worms. Worms. Woruss.
E. F. Kunkol's Worm Syrup never fails to
destroy Pin, Seat and Stomach \Vorit. Dr.
hunkol the only succossful physician who re
moves Tape Worm in two hours, alive with
head, and no too until removed. Comnmon
sense toaches if Tapo Wormn can be removed
all other worms can be readily destroyed. Ad
vice at offico and store, free, The doctor can
tell whether or not the pationt has worms.
Thousands aro dying daily, with worms, and
do not know it. Feits. sams, cranips, chok
ing and suffocation, sallow couploxion, circles
around the eyes. swolling and paid iri the
stomach, restless at niight, grinding of the
tooth, picking at. the nose. cough, fever, itch
ing at the seat, headache, foul breath, the pa
tient grows palo and thmi, tickling and irrita
tioln in the anus-all theso synuptomi, and
more, come from worms. E. F. KUN:KL's
Wonm hynuP never fails to romovo thomn.
Price, $1 per t ottlo. or six bottles for $5.00.
(For Tapo Worm writo and consult thodoctor.)
For all others, buy of your druggists the
Worm Syrup, and if ho has it not, snd to Dnt.
E. F, KUNKEL, 259 N. Naith St., Ph1iladolphia,
Pa. Advice by mail, free ; send throo-cont
E. F. Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron
Has never been known to fall in the curo of
weakness attended with symptoms of indispo
sition to exertion, loss of nieemory, difficulty in
breathing, weakness, horror of dis aso, weak,
nervous trembling, dreadful horror of death.
night sweats, cold fcet, weakness, dinmness of
vision, languor, universal liss.tudlo of the
muscular system enormous appotite with dys
Egptio symptoms, hot hands, flushing of the
dy, dryness of the skin, pallid countonance
and eruptions on the face, puriying the
blood, pain in the back, hoavimoiss ii the eye
lids, frequent Hack spots Ilyig before the
eyes, with suffusion and loss of sight, want of
attontion, &o. Mold on y In $1 0) bottles, or
six bottlos for $5.00. Ask for E. F. Kunkol's
Bitter Wino of Iron. and take no other. Ask
your druggist, and if lie has it not, send to
Propriotor, E. F. Kunkel, No. 259 North Ninth
street, Philadelphia. Pa. Advice free; onclose
THE GREAT 8LO PuRIriER.
Is Iletter tha11n any Medicine.
IIKNDESON, Ky., Dec. IT.
I have used 11. R. Stevens' "Vcgotln. and like
it bettor than any nedcic I have us- d for pu
rifying the blood Ono bottle of Vogotine ac
complished more good than all other medicines
I hase taken.
TII S. LYNE, lenderson, Ky.
Vegetine Is composed of Roots, harks and
Herbs. It is very pleasant, to take; every child
Vegetine is Sold by All Druggists,
Those answering an Advertisement will
confer a favor upon the Advertiser anl the
PubUsher by stating that they saw the ativer
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ring the past season,
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taS Card, epeolfyl Wg.
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iamples'of th4 nlewe
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iNDOlSING DR. RADWAY'S It. I, REMEDIES
Al'TSK USINO T11H FOR 92'12," MiS.
Nxw Yos, Jan. 4, 1871.
D)BAS SN.-llaving for several years used your
medicines. doubtingly at first, but after experi
encing their efileacy, with full confidence, it is
no less a pleasure than a duty to thankfully
acknowledge the advantage we have derived
fron th in. The pills are resorted to as often
as occasion rejuires. and always with the do.
sired effect. '1 ho Ready Roller cannot be bet.
ter described th:tn it is by its tam". We apply
tbo linimnct fi-quently and freely, alnost In
lIeriably fiding the prom1nisoe "Rolle."
'ruly yours. (bigned)
Dit. tAnWAY, TiIlURLOW WEED.
R. R. R.
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
- CURES THE WORST PAINS
In from One to 20 Minutes.
NOT ONE HOUR
after reading this advertisement need any one
SUFFElI WITH PAIN.
Radway's Ready Refief I a Care for
EVUEtY PAIN. It was the first and In
The Only Pain Remedy
4,hat instantly stops the most excruciating
pains. alla-s I nflanumatlions and cures Conges.
Lions, whether of the Lungs, btomach, Ron ela,
or other glands or organs, by one application.
IN FROM ONE TO TWENTY MINUTES,
no matter how violent or excruciating the pain.
the lRIiEUMATIC, Bed-ridden, infirm, Crippled,
Ner% oub, Neuralgic, or prostrated with disease
RADWAY'S REABY RELIEF
WILL AFFORD INSTJ NT EASE.
INFLAMMATION OF THE B IDNEY8
INFLAMMATION OF TilE BLADDER,
'NFLAMMATION OF THE BOWEi *
CONGE81'ICN OF TilB LUNGS,
SORE THROAT, DIFFICULI liftATHING.
PA LPITATlON I F THlE HEART,
BYSTERICS, CR0UP. 1)1 i ATIJ E CRIA
CATA Ititl, INL'LUENZA,
COLD CHILLS, AUIH UILLS,
'he application of the Ready Relief to the
part or parts where the pain or d1liculty exists
will afford ease and comfort.
Thirty to sixty drops in halt a tumbler of
water will In a few moments cure Cramps,
Spasms, t-our Stomach, Heartburn, Siok Head
ache. Diarrhea, Dysentery, Culic, Wind In the
Bowels, and all Internal Pains.
Travelers should always carry a bottle of
Radway's Ready Relict with them. A few
drops in Water will prevent sickness or pains
from change of water. It Is bettcr than Frenoh
Brandy or Bittcrs as a stimulant.
FEVER and AGUE.
Fever and Ague cured for Fifty Cents. There
Is not a remedial agent in the world that will
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Fevers (aided by Radway's Pills) so quick as
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF. 50 eta, a bottle.
fME GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER,
FOR THE CURE OF CHRONIC DISEASE,
SCROFULA OR SYPHILITIC, HE REDITARY OR
be it seated in the Lungs or Stomach, Skin or
Bones Flesh or Nerves, corruptiac the
soulds and vitiating the fluids.
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Swellinig. ~iacking Dry Cough, Cancerous Aiec
tions Syphilitic Complaints, Bicedlng of the
Lungs Dspepsia, Water Birash, Tic Doloratux,
WVh1t Sellings, Tumors Ulcers, Skin and il p
Diseases, Female Comphtints, Goul', Dropsy
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ilver Complaint, &c.
Not only does the Sarsaparillian Resolvenit
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Scrofulous, Constitutilonal and Skin Diseases,
but It is the only positive cure for'
Kidney & Bladder Complaints,
Urinary and Womb Diseases, Gravel, Diabetes
riohriyStoag of wvtr Incu'ntiaanence"af
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ano and white bone-dust deposits, and when
there is a pricking, burning Sensation when
asng onatr aondpain in the small of the back
Bold by drugglste, PRICE ONE DOLLAR.
OF TEN YEAPEW GROWTH CURED BY DR.
Dr. RADWAY & 00,32 Warren Street.
DR. RAD WAY'S
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated with sweet
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1V" Observe the following symptoms, result
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onstipation, Inward Piles, Fullness of the
Blood In the Head, Aoidity of the Stomach
Nausea Henrtburn, Disgust of Food Fulnetl
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ings or Flutterings in the PIt of the Stomach
Swimming of the Head, Hurried and Difficuld
BreathIng Flutternr at the Heart Choking of
Sumneatin Sensations when in a lying posture,
Dots or Wb before the Sight, Fever and Dull
Pain In Hlead, Deficienc Of Perspiration,. Yel..
lowness of Skin and Eys, Pain in the Bide,
Linbs and t uddon Fluses of lieat. Burning in
A few doses of RADWAY'S PILLS will free'
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era. Price 96 cents per box. Sole y Druggista,
Read "False and True,"
Send a letter stamp fo RADWAY A 06.. iNo
19 Warren tstreet, New York.
Information worth thousands will be sent you,
BOPS, BJUCHrU, DIANDRAKI,
Tan Puass AXS o B fxa-ito, Qutrrs
oW ArLL ovnss Brr~ns.
All Diseaes of the Stoimaci,, Bowels, Bibod, Liver
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S1000 IN GOLD.
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or anything impure or Infurions found Ia them.
Ask your druggist for H~op Bltter. and try them
fore you sleep, Take no ether.
or Cotrou COui is te se etelt, afest and best
ohr ePnd for mlaLvr~d~de
Ibonerlbyor t.NAlerN*.a tecggk,.w
*LkOis h aoi adrfoh g e 'r
p 6 f d 80 ai i