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4 E44111ING SOIL WIT1I- CLOVER.
Competent authority has established
th4 1at that potash, phospho-Io,acid I
and nitrogen are iaispenqse ingre
dients in tile composition Of *a fertile
soil. Now it is possible for our farm
ers to obtain an ample supply c these
constituents of fertility by the expen
diture of a trilling sum of money if we
are only so disposed. There is not the
slightest necessity for sending to Peru 1
for ammonia or to Germany for potash.
deed the lund plentiful with clover
seed. The long rootsof the clover will
penetrate Into the subsoil, loosen and i
disintergrate it and assimilate and pre
* pare for the future growth of crops the 1
valuable mineral which we import from
Europe. It also deposits notable quan
titles of phosphoric acid, both in tile
stalks and roots. We have paid and
are probably paying immense sums for
ammonia in some of its combination to
lay upon our lands, There Is no rival
to the clover plant in absorbing nitro
gen from the atmosphere-equivalent
to and convertible into ammonia-and
depoaiting It in the soil ready for use.
Professor Voeleker frow careful anal
.Ys'estimates the amount from two to
two and one-half tons per acre. Here
theii by the simple process of sow
Ing clover seed we set in motion the
labratory of nature which liberates the I
hitherto unavailable potash of the sell, I
evolves by the mysteries of vegetable ]
growth thatpreclous element phos- i
phoric acid, and garners from that in- I
exhaustible resource, the atmosphere,
immense supplies of nitrogen. But
'this Is aot all. A furnishes the soil an f
abundance of organic matter without
which it would be infertile and unpro- (
ductive. Practical farmers who have
long cultivated clover in regular rota
tion estimate the enriching power of a d
thick, dense sod as equal to twenty or a
more two horse loads of stable manure e
to the acre. This renovating crop can t
-be repeated once In three years If the a
necessities of the soil require it. As
dairying Is an important interest among
our farmers, it can be made a valuable I
auxiliary In carrying on that braich of I
industry. Indead, it is really a fact I
that we need not go away from our own
fields to find the means to render them
fertile. And it should also be consid
ci ed that clover yields a rich return to
the farmer as a lorage crop while Im
proving and enriching the soil.
GRANULATED BUTTER.--The superi
oilty of granulated butter is now ad
mitted, and as comparatively few have
a knowledge of the process the follow
ing directions are appended: The mode t
of granulating butter is to churn the
cream in the usual way till just before
it is ready to gather-till the butter will
separate from the buttermilk, and rise
to the top like cream, which it will al
ways do before gathering. At this t
stage the contents of the churn are ]
cooled down to 56 deg. or 54 deg. by ii
troduoing cold water or brine, and the
work finished by eliurning slowly. The
butter will then form two fine pellets 1
or a few large lu.nps. The butter thus
granulated is separated from thebut
termilk in any convenient way, and
washed either in cold water or brine
till the water will run off clear; two
washings are generally enough. A
tight cask of the size desired, and suit
able for holding butter, is prepared be
forehand, and tilled partly full of brine
as strong as it can be made from pure t
salt. Into this the butter is put as
washed without any working or salt. t
ing. If enough is not made in one 1
churning, the butter must be kept down
under the brine till the cask is 1illed,
and then headed up tight. Through a
hole in the head any vacanoy that may
exist must be filled perfectly with
brine, and the hole plugged. 1I is then
ready for transportation o1' long keep
ing. When wanted for use it may be1
taken from the cask and pressed into
any solid form desired, and tile brine
adhering to it will season it about as
most people desire it. If wvanted fresh,
it may be washed in cold waiter, when
it will be a .fr.shi and rosy as when it
camo out of the churn. TIhe salt for
the brine must be or tihe purcat kind,
or the butter wvill be bleached by lying
in It._ _ _
WVAsHING OF ILL BiDEs-Onle of the
most successful methods of preventing
serious damage from washing of culti
vated lill-sides during hea.vy storms,
Is to terrace tile hill by plowing. At
short intervals two or three furrows of
the soil are turned dowvn hill thus ma
king a nearly level bank at shlort dis
tances, as you pass down the slope.
Tile last furrow makes a chanuei in
- which the downward water is caught.
and may be carried off at one side of
the hill-at any rate it will arrest the
rapid down ward flow, andl give the wa
ter more time to soak into the soil. A
hill-side, specially given to washing,
should be put, Into grass alter being
terraced. Withu terracing and a firm
sod as a covering, very little damage
may be feared fromn gullies made by
A FEw sweet uherbs shlould have a
place in every .gardlen. Every cook
and housekeeper knows thec value of the
little patch of herbs upon which she
makes such daily drafts in summer,
and whlich furnishes her with a nice
collection for winier seasoning. wvit.h
out which the Thanksgiving turkey
would Jose all flavor, while strong
kinds arc excellent as medicine.
A Remarkamble Swan..
Visitors to Pine Grove cemetery at
Miiiiord, Mass., are much surprised to
see a swan standing on a grave near a
child's rocking horse. The swan utters
a shriek ifany one att3mpts to approach
the grave. Somne years ago the mate to
the swan died, andl soon after the rock-.
ing-horse was placed on the newly
maude grave, when the surviving owan
immediately st'itioned himself as pro
teetor over the horse. If the father of
the little boy that is buried thlere ap
p)roachles, the swan makes no outcry,
but no one else is allowed to approach
the spot. Recently the ho:'se *as taken
away and painted,and while it was ab
sen t,tho swan took no0 notice of thle graye
but passed its timie on the pond or in
Its house, but when the horse was re
placed, the swan took its positIon by
its side, thus shlowing that it wvas
the rocking-horse and not the
grave that was the object of its
vigil. It is rumored that the trustees
ordered tihe horse removed, but the
owner of tile lot refused to comply with
-hocommiand, bacause his son hlad re
quested that it should be placed aboVe
Solar iIalo.-On the shores of the
L,ake of Constance the rare phlenomne
non of a perfect solar halo was noticed
on May the 4th, at noon. The large
ring, from time to ,time, assumed
splendid rainbow tints, and remained
P visible for more than two hours. A t Bcr
lini the phenomenon of mock suns
w as observed on the 0th instant, at 8
UssoF STALs BREAD.-Make a dress
ng of meat-crumb it fine, turn hot
)roth over it, season, add butter and a
vell-beaten egg, or more, according to
juantity. Make bread pudding-soak
wo hours in sweet milk, then beat
iggs, sugar and spices, and bake. I
ometimes add fruit. Make biscuit
oak over night in sour milk mash fine
with the hand mix in your 6iscuit for
>reakfast, add ng salt, lard and soda.
hey are better than without the stale
iread. Make pancakes or gems-soak
over night in sour milk, add well
oeaten eggs, corn meal and Graham
our to a batter, and soda and salt, or
iake on a griddle or in a. gem pan.
'rumb fine and put in the next omelet
'ou make. Toast your bread; set a
>an of milk-on the stove but do not re
niove the cream from It; add butter
ud salt, dip the bread in this and send
o the table for supper or breakfast.
3rumb fine and put In your tomatoes
vhen you are stewing them. Found
Lne, season and roll oysters or fresh
ish in them, and fry in nice lard.
TREATMENT OF MALARIAL FvXR.
he interesting and important state
aent Is made in the medical journals
>f the treatment, by means of Iodine,
if more than three hundred cases of
ntermittent fever successfully by
J)r. Wadsworth, of Saltillo, Mexico.
le has records of 260 of these cases,
nany of them being chronic, extend
ng over various intervals of weeks or
nonths. In thesevere cases, ten to
lifteen grains of quinine were given at
[rst, followed by compound tincture
>f Iodine, Mx to Mxv,: in the severest
.ases arsenic was added. In every in
tance the paroxysm was arrested
vithin twenty-four hours, and twelve
loses, or four days of treatment, were
ufficient to guarantee a cure, with the
ixoeption of six relapses'on the four
eenth day, one on the twenty-first,
,nd one one the seventh.
To MAKI new hair grow, use CARB
.NE, a deodorized extract of petro
eum. This natural petroleum hair
onewer, as recently improved, is the
nly thing that will really produce
kew hair. It Is a delightful dressing.
SODA FOR WAsIRNG.-The very com
non use of soda for washing linen is
rery injurious to the tissue, and im
)arts to it a yellow color. In Germany
md Belgium the following mixture is
low extensively and benefloally used:
r'wo pounds of soap are dissolved in
bout.five gallons of water as hot as
he hand can bear it; then next is add
d to this fluid three large-sized table.
poonfuls of best oil of turpentine.
L'hese fluids are incorporated rapidly
>y means of beating them together with
small birch broom. The linen is
hen soaked in this liquid for three
kours, care being taken to cover the
valhingtub by a closely-fltting wooden
over. By this means the linen is
horoughly cleansed, saving much rub
>ing, time and fuel.
IT is well known that butter, cream,
tilk, and flour are peculiarly liable to
,bsorb efliuvia, and should, therefore,
tever be kept in mouldy rooms, or
ilaced where there are sour liquids,
romatie vegetables, such as onions,
abbage, and turnips, or smoked fish
r bacon, or indeed, any kind of food or
hing of strong odor, lest they lose
heir flavor. But, alas I adds the.Sani
rian,how much more essential Is it that
he utmost care be used In the prohibi
ion of bedside food and drink in the
iursery and the sick room, a practice
r'aught with constant danger to the
ick, and spreading disease to the well.
Hlor YxAsT.-Three large potatoes,
>nc hamndiul of' hops; put in a small
ag; put the potatoes and hops into
wo quarts of wvter and boil down to
>ne quart; take out. the bag of hops
nd pot atoes; mash the potatoes tine
.nd throw back into the boiling water;
tir flour into this while hot until it ia
uite stUfr; let it stand until IL is nearly
old, then add half a cupi'ul of yeast,
malt' a cupful of' sugar, one tablespoon
ul of salt, and half a tablespoonful of
ringer ; set in a warnm place to rise;
then ligpt, p)ut in a covered jar and
dlace in a cool place.
VEoETINE is acknowledged by all
ilasses of people to be the best and most
reliable blood purifier in the world.
A GOOD DRINK FOn1 THEli LUNGs.
Vasl clean a Cow pieces of Irish moss;
Jus. it in a pitcher, and pour over it
we cups of' boiling water. Set where
t wvill keep) at the boiling point, but
lot boil, for two hours. Strain, aned
squeeze into it the juice of one lemon.
Swveeten to taste. If the patient can
wot take lemon, flavor with vanilla or
POTATO YEAsT.-Cook and mash six
>otatoes, and add water enough te
nake a thin batter ; when cool, add a
mplful of sugar, a teaspoonful of salt,
mid yeast enough to make it rise; sei
n a warm place till light; then put in
ottles and set in a dark, cool place till
To CLEANSE STRAw MATTN.-Straw
flatting may be cleaned with a large,
soarsee cloth, dipped in salt and water,
md then wiped dry. Thie salt preyente
hei straw from turning yellow.
LaEMON ,iCLLY.-One box of gelatine
lissolved in one p)int of cold water; add
bhrec pints oif boiling water, two pints
>f white sugar, and the juice andl p)ei
f three large lemons. Pour into
SrHvan OAK n.-Whites of four' eggs,
no cup sugar, one-half cup milk, t we
Mups flour, one-half teaspooin soda, one
~enspooni cream tartar. Flavor with
Suppose a machine should fail to pecr
for'm its work, and the owner, instead
af trying to ascertain the cause of fail
ure and remedly it, should conclude to
run right along, and argue that as the
machine had heretofore come around
all right it would soon be so again. If
a general and p)ermanient break-down
ensued could anybody be blamed but
himself? Now, precisely this way deC
people act and ar'gue when the "human
machine" ia out of order. When the
liver is "torpid" and bowels constipated
every one knows that Dr. P'Ierce's
Piemasant P'urgative Pellets afford
prompit and permanent relief. Yet
sonmc guess the "machine" wvill come
aroundi all right, and do nothing.
Could any system of' false reasoning
be more nernicious? Suppose the
blood be ouat of' order and there be pimu
pIes, ulcers, or running sores with
scrof'uious tumors, swellings and geni
oral debility, and thmose thus affe~cted
should refuse to use0 Dr. Pierce's Gold
en Medical D)iscover'y, guessing that Lhe
blood would purify it.belf, could any
body be blamed buat themseives, If a
general and p)ernmnenlt break-down of
health ensued ? No remedy yet known
equals the DIscovery in curing all
sorofulous, throat, bronchial and lung
diseases. Sold by druggists. .
SIMPsoNDURo is not noted for his ac
ttvity; quite the contrary. At the
club the other evening,he got up energy
sufficient to propound a conundrum.
Said he, "Boys, why am I like a tor
pedo?" After having recovered from
the shook produced by Simpsonburg's
unwonted activity, the guesses flowed
in quick succession. Jones thought it
was becaue a torpedo is full of empty
noise; but that was not right, Simpsoi
burg ssid. Neither was Robinson's guess
that It was because a torpedo doesn*t
say anything when it speaks. Smith
tried to work out a pun on torpedo,
torpid oh, but failed miserably. Every.
body began to look siok. Then Brown
tried. He said it was because a tor
pedo is not good for anything till its
neck Is twisted. Simpsonburg shook
his head with something like anima
tion. One of the boys said it was be
cause neither could climb a tree, an
other that It was a relief when either
went off, and a third ventured the
guess, in an undertone, that it was a
blasted nuisance. Finally, Simpson
burg had to divulge; he could not con
tain himself longer. He said it was
because*he was full of snap. The boys
yawned languidly; everyone of them
acknowledged to Simpsonburg that he
should never have guessed it, which
pleased Simpsonburg mightily.
A fool once more.
"For ten years my wife was confined
to her bed with such a complication of
ailments that no doctor could tell what
was the matter or cure her, and I used
up a small fortune In humbug stuff.
Six months ago I saw a U. S. flag with
Hop Bitters on It, and I thought I
would be a fool once more. I tried it,
but my folly proved to be wisdom.
Two bottles cured her, she is now as
well and strong as any man's wife, and
it cost me only two dollars. Such folly
pays."-H. W., Detroit, Mich.-Free
"WaY George, how are you getting
along?" said one young man to anoth
er in front of the Nw Orleans Post
Office the other day. "Splendid I
Never had so much fun in all my life,"
was the answer. "How's that,
George ?" "Well you see, Nod, after
I lost my situation all my friends left
me and used to pass by without even
recognizing me. I was determined to
get even, so I circulated a report among
them that I was the fortunate holder of
one-half of a lottery ticket that had
just drawn a big prize." "Did it
take?" "You just bet it took I Why,
in two days' time I received no less
than a dozen Invitations from fellows
whom L had almost forgotten. I was
presented with two suits o' clothes,
four new hats, two dozen embroidered
pocket handkerchiefs, a silk umbrella,
a beautiful amethyst ring and a hand
some pair of gold sleeve-buttons. I visit
ed SpanIsh Fort five times, took one trip
to the jettes on the Cannon and borrow
ed, all told, $150 in United States cur
rency. Did it take? Well, I should
IT is amusing to watch a slim man
weigh himself. He steps on to the
platform as an elephant steps upon a
bridge, with an awful fear. of breaking
the thing down, and then puts the
300 pound weight on the end of the
beam. 01 course he takes it off again,
but he does this unostentatiousiy.
Having found what he weighs, say 110,
if you watch him carefuliy you will
see him slide the weight along to 175.
"By George!" he will exclaim as lie
goes out, "I've lost ten pounds since
last wee k.'' He does not say how much
he weighs now; if you wish to know
there is the scale. Hie knows you will
THOUSANDS upon thousands of child
ren die annually of those diseases in
cident to e.Arly childhood ; whereas, if
Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup were used in
time, their lives would in all proba
bility be saved.
Howv pleasant It is to roamn in the
woods this hot weather, thinking of
the glories of God's wvork, as two or
three spiders nestle in one's ear, and a
singing society of mosquitoes hold a
convention on your nose. it is such
vacations that make life bearable and
teach the sweet lesson of p)atieince.
TnEY wvere at a dinner party, and
lie remarked that lie supposed she
was fond of ethnology. She said she
was, but she was not very well, and
the doctor had told her not to eat aniy
thing for dessert but oranges.
FiusT the potato bug, then the
army worm, and after the worm the
grasshopper. When added to these a
great drought parches the ground and
shrivels up vegetation the agricultural
interests in portionis of our State are
indeed in a bad way.
KATE FIELD asks: "(Jan a man get
along without chini ?" Well, judging
from the announcements under the
head of "Married" in the newapapors,
It would seem that a large majority of
A YOUNG man who held a loaded
laltol to his head and threatened to
blow his brains out unless the girl who
had refused him would consent to have
him, was coolly told by her that lie
would have to blow somie brains hito
his head first. HIe didn't blow.
WE know of many eases where
women have had their home duties
greatly lightened by use of D)obbins'
Electric Soap, (made by Cragin & Co.,
Philadelphia). We advise you to try
it and satisfy yourself of its merit.
TiuE heat, of the sun is variously esti
mated at from 1,461 to 9,000,0J0 desgrees.
We shouldn't like to live in the sun.
We'd be eternally bored with the ques
tion, "Is it hot enough for you ?"
"You promised to pay that bill yes
terday," saidl an angry creditor to a
debtor. "Yes." calmly repied the
other ;"but to err is hum in, to forget
divine, and I forgot it.'"
SoMEz of the residents of Le Seur,
Minin., believing a spiritual medihum's
prediction of a tremendous tornado,
dug holes in the ground for refuge,
andh spen1t the whole of an unusuaiiy
calm day in them.
THlE newsp)apers of the Far West are
confident that fifty good-looking girls
will do more toward civilizing a min
ing camp than all the preachers in
THE army worm got as far as Boston
when a miss with eye-glasses called it
hby its raal name. It Immediately laid
downi and died.
A PRINTING ofice is one of the few
places where the devii gets Ils dues.
PASSENGEns by the sound steamers
should know how to swvim and pray.
AsIATi0 CHOLRRA, Cholera Morbus, Summnr
Complaint, Colic. Sour tomach DI)arrhcoa and
all Affetons of thi B3owelb. mncd ,nt to eiher
children or aduits, are cured at once by Dr.
Jay.ae's Caramnative Balsam. It allays t,he Sr
ritatton and calmns the aation of the stomach,
nad being pleasant to the taste, is an acoepta.
leB remseyto the youngest isSa family.
Trx drunkard is a burd6n to himsell
as welt as his friends, and both he and
his irtends wilt give much to be able
to see reform and sobriety induced.
But since intoxication becomes a dis.
ease it requires a remedy of no usual
activity to reach the difficulty. Those
who have taken Simmons' Liver Regula.
tor declare that it sets the liver in action
and invigorates the system i such a way
as to destroy the craving for strong
drinks, and soon the desire for liquor
is entirely dissipated. While shaky,
nervous and distressed, resort to Sim
mons' Liver Regulator as a Tonic, to
arouse the torpid liver tn action, to
regulate the bowels and remove the
feeling of g4neral depression and with
it the craving for liquor.
Buccess.ful Treatment of Tetanus.-Dr.
Lucas, strongly advocates the treat
ment of tetanus by smoking Indian
hemp. The leaves of the cannabis Indi.
ca are mixed with three or four times
their quantity of ordinary tobacco. Di
reetly there are Indications of a spasm
joining on, the fumes are inhaled until
thq attack ceases. The patient is then
left quiet, but carefully watched, se
that the pipe may be instantly handed
to him on any appearance of the spasm
returning. In his way the patient Ia
kept continuously under the influence
of hemp, day and night,nourishment be
ing carefully administered at the same
time. The advantage claimed for this
inode ot treatment are these; 1. The
spasms are out short. 2. They reap.
pear gradually at longer and loniger
intervals. 8. They gradually become
not only less frequent, but less severe.
4. This saves the patient's vital
powers. Mr. Khasilgir, of India, has
also treated nve cases of trauma
tic tetanus, all r-Lcuvering by this
Ronored and Blest.
When a board of eminent physicians
and chemists announced the discovery
that by combining some well known
valuable remedies, the niost wonderful
medicine was produced, which would
cure such a wide range of disease that
most all other remedies could be dis
pensed with, many were skeptical; but
proof of its merits by actual trial has
dispelled all doubt, and to day the dis
coverers of that great medicino, Hop
Bitters, are lionored and blessed by all
Warm Water fin Surgery.-Dr. Goelet
reports cases of traumatic erysipelas,
lacerated and contused wounds in gen
eral, but especially those of the scalp,
compound fractures, gunshot wounds
and traumatic gangren-% treated by
warm water applications. This may be
done, he says (1), by a warm water
bath, when the limb is submerged in
water kept constantly at the same tem
perature-some 100 deg. Fahrenheit
disinfected when so desired, and
changed as often as necessary, say
twioo a day; and (2) by hot fomenta
tions, which consirts of a layer of cot
ton batting, or two thicknesses of sheet
lint, saturated with hot water-previ
ously disinfected if desired-applied
closely and evenly to the part, and kept
at an even temperature by a covering
of oiled silk.
SLEPLESs nights and cheerless days
will be prevented if you use Dr. Bull's
Baby Syrup to induce sleep and com
posure for the baby. Price 25 cents.
Submarine Eiuptton.-A submarinf
eruption was observed on the 31st of
March in the middle of the Sanguina
rio Island, at the entrance of the liar
bor of Ajaccio (Corsica). It lasted
about en hour and produc~ed an agita
tion which filled the sea with a great
mass of algao and whitish substances,
while the air became charged with
suiphurous vap)ors. The phenomena,
observed by the keepers of the senha
phore and the light-house is known IC
sailors of that region to have ocoure(l
previously, but has not hitherto been
described. .It is worthy of note that
on the cost, about thirteen kilometert
from the point of eruption, there are
some strongly su*lphurous mineral
springs, having a temperature of aboui
60 deg. C.
The kidneys are nature's sluice-way to waul>
out the debris of our constantly ehanging
bodies, If they do not work properly the
trouble is felt everywhere. Then be wise and
as soon as you see signs of disorder get
package of Kidlney-Wort.-Bun.
Whaat is snore Terrible.
more painful, more exasperating. discourag.
ing and persistent than PILES, especially tc
afflicted mortals who have tried lotions, oint.
monte, pills, eleotuaries and all manner of
nostrume and doctors' stuff. internally and
externally, without relief?P What wonder is
it that half a million redeemed sufferer,
should shout hosannas over the discovery of
"Anakesis," an infallible cure for Pilos ? This
medical miraole, so simple as to excite wonde
that wise doctors have not thought of it be.
fore, so prompt and certain in its action as t<
secure for itsolf the title of infaklible, so sei.
entiflo and rational in its combination of poul
tice, instrument and medicine, as to rends
the ultimate cure of 05 per cent. of averagc
oases of piles sure, is -not an accidental dis
covery, but the solution of a problem by the
study and experlence of Dr. SlIsbee, an as
comuplished and distinguished physician of 40
years' standing. It has stood the test of 2(
years' exporienon; over half a million of suf
forera have used it w.th suiccass, and doctor.
of a I schools now presoribo it in their prac
tico. and it is proiiounced to be the nearosi
to an infallible cure for piles yet discovered
'Anakesis," Dr. B. Bilsboe's External Pi
ftem1edy, is sold by diruggists everywhere
Price *1.00 por box. Samples mallel FnEr ((
all sufferers on application to 1P. Neuslaodtel
& Co., Box 8910, Now York.
The Voltaie BIelt Co., starshmali, Mieh,
Will send their celebra'ed Eleetro,Volts
Belts to the afflicted upon 80 days'tr
Ipeey cres guaranteed. They mean wha
tey cay. Write to them without, delay.
1 A Medicine without a Rival.
Bladder, Urinary and Liver Diseases, Dropsy,
Gravel and Diabetes, are cured by
the Great Kidney and Liver Medicine.
cures Bright's Disease, Retention or Nonreten.
ticn of Urine, Pains in the flack, Loins, or Side.
cures Intemperance, Nervous Diseeae, General
Debility, Female Weakness and Excesse..
eurse Bfllousness, Ifeadache, Jaundice Sour
Stoniash, Dyspepia, Constipa'tion and Piles.
AfYTS AT ONCE on the Kidney., Liver, and
flowelis, restoring them to a healthy action. andi
CUREtS when an other medicines fail. Hun.
dired. have been saved who have been given up
to die by friends and physicians.
Send for pamphlet to
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e vis . s es t ao to o. ito ed
IF YOU WOULD BE PROPERLY
corrspon tosuited with speotaclos, apply or
SA PON IFIEBR
jthe Old Reliable Oo atrated Lye for FAM IL!
for inakin n am, El andTiet eoap suelly
it is iull weight and strength.
ASK FOR SAPONIFIE3R,
AND TAKE NO OTHER.
PRNN'A ALT gANUM'6 CO., PILAS'A
uPium gedays. e ohisy SE Crd
Dna. J. Mrmr'uzNs, Lebanon. Ohio,
O. AND PILES.
wo$kson natua punole.I reere stegth
have volumeeoftesttnony ofits won ea louaive
e harmn than good, or drastie pills, but usenature
5,ONR 60 A ., g er vta, s'
5 all ilatess, from the worst seaotsaliAo a
ipls atrea,Fever Sores, Scaly or
badblood, are cnuered by this poworf ul,
etnrlng Tetter, Rose Rash, EDolls, Cayhban.
flings, White Swelihags, titre or Thieck
allow color of skin, or yellowIsh-brown spots*
s, bad taste in mouth, internal heat or chills
and tongute coated, you are ettfrering fronm
to for adisuc Cases Dr. ileroe's G olden
s, Weak lunge, andi early stages of con.
y,and eminent p)hyslelans pronounce it the
n4 thle re, eplsv,nauseous 1)ills. These
Fii)are scarcely largeP than Stuatare
l qetable no partular care is rlire
r1cooon tio.or ,Jaumdl Read ce
3 led,Paln In the Skouh3rs.
T asieafeustlsu ous attack. ial a
MPr. Aer' U eans.u I.-asm..ve Itee
furifie the Blood, Renovates and
Uvg1orates the whole System
M MIDICINAL PROPERTIES ARM
Alterative, Tonic, Solvent
Vegetine is made exclusively from the julce
of carefully-selected barks. roots and herbs, and
so slrongy concentrated that it will efectuy
era Icate rom the system every tint of Seto.
ftle,'scrofuleas affloTlmer, 4,Wa
cer. caneerop a Mirt Zyaipolsi,
Sait RKbeam. Xyg ii tice 180604e Cns
Ier, Fulatmosa at the Ston1eh and
diseases that sirise from Impure blood. liel.
atle, Infiamatory and 0rosle Rhe
mallos Neuralgia Geout and Spinal
voempaisto- can ol be effectualy cured
through the blood.
For UJcers and Er ptive Diseases of the
S rn, ptiatle Pimaples, Biejttehes,
=is., T66ter be1aldhead and ing
Worm, VOW1142 has 1ever faud to effcC a
For Pains lp the Macr, Eidney Complaints,
Dropey. male weakness, Leucorrhos, arising
.row Internal ulceration. and uterine diseases
and General Dility. V,ITINEr oae dirctly
upon the causes o tliese complaints. t
rates and strengt ens the whole system, acts
upoa the imoreuve organs, allays lnflammation
ftres uloorstionjand reglute the bowelsL
For Catarrh Dyageps, Habitual 0"tiveness,
. alpitatitinol the Heart. Headache, Piles, a4ry
susness and General Prostration of the Neous
bystem, no medicine he* ever giveA such porn
feet satisfaction a the VBITfN . Itur em
the blood, cleanses all of 0, organs, and poe.
"es a conAollSig pow4W over the &ervow
The remarkable cures e0ected b Veetine
have induced many phys mns an apo gea.
ties whom we know, to prerlbe and use It is
Mi~r own familoes
in faht VOCGet Is the Plot remedy yet de
oovered or t e above e only
reliable BLOOD M"PI jvet placed before
H. B. OTEVZNS, RostOm, Mass.
Vegetine is Sold by all Druggists
Constipation and Plies.
of y,Imale. ter u t r it
suroinanyvmePiead"Wo "aaivnem hascr
namevere Liver and Eidney ompin
IT HAS (
WONDE R FUL v1
POW ER. .dzeytoga
3ecauisitActs on the LIVID, the D0WELS ant
the KETEY at the same time.
Beause it cleanses the sJ m of
in ineyand Uinary diseases Bli
iles, n Rheu atism, nura pi
and nervous disorders.
KIDE.W.ORT 1 aa veablee
Onepackagewillmakeix ts of medine.
WDBuy it at the Druggist.. Price, Ci.OO.
WELLS, DICUARDBON & CD., P'roprietors,
2 (Wll esd pes paid.) Uueiogton, Vt.
Servo and Unjrncion osa Disease
By invigorating a feeb e constitution, renovat
lig a debiltated pihys.que, and enriching a in
and innutrious circulation with losttrsr's
Ih B.ttOrs, the ancdt, the most highs
proeve d,v naeditene. For sde by al Drug.
gists und Dealers generally.
The Puretan ellet Medicine over Made.
dAck mblnatin of Ho pm it uu,b ManS
VrBrkI eath Daugeisft. Pcs,.oos.
mo LLt 211 M O Ar tvo Prpetis of i e t on 1ite1
a2 ne H the"re tost Plood Purifier ielw
Re u Iator and Life and Iealth lietoring
itter are us dald and e rfet ar th 1r
To all whose e mploymnents cause irregulari
uy ofhewior urinar oran or who e
UopBDittezmareinval'uable, without intox
ar wha the disease or al tnon is use Iop Bi
cr.n 'taittryoal iS .so hbu if you
it may save your life.It has esaveod hundreds.
re or help D)o ho ser orletyour riendse
suffer,but use and urge them to use H op g
demmber flop Dittr is no vile, drugd
Medicine over mados the "nvaLuDs FIlD
and noPi and no person or family
for Circular. lip lIlt f, .
Rocheater,N.Y and Toronto, Ont.
are quc ad sueoue by theuse of XDN
and tone to the diseased eoas ad through them
pewer. Nfelvrs Aliochtes hc do inc
inend poeT ,n paid.)S beq 1
* Dr. Pierce', Gloluden Medical Discovery culr<
commuon fielch, Phslpie, orZErupion, Erys
ieouglh SkIn, In- short ail diseatses OScateda y
pui ilng, andI nel Voratin~ medicinle. I
ls peciailly hase I maln ested its potencyi
Oles, Sore il , Sceuo ns Sores and Swei
if you feel di ii drowvs deobliitatedi, have s
on face or body, frequent fload acho or dizzines
alternated WithI hot flushes, lrrglar appetite
Torpid Liver, or "~ iiileousness." As a ron
Aiet cal DIscovery has no equal, as it efoeei
In the cure of Broneh Ils, Severe ceugi
aum p ion, it has astonished the medical facul
groatcest medical discovery of the age. old by
No use of tak
, \eile sng"t
e e ai, ,,nvego'
.. . m .. s t.ea s, . a m. h..
THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER,
FOR THE QURE OF DISNAHA
00rOFUA OR SYP CHR (IRDI.
TARY OR 001V'AIUS,
Be It Seated In The Lungs or Stoahb,Skia
or Mones, Flesh or Nerves
CORRUPTING THN SOLIDS AND VITIATING
Chno Iheumatim. Scrofula, Gland
Swellng, Hacktng Dry O0u h, AIVIV
tions, sphilario Oom4aic Rote
b moesl W r sh, ~ inQ ax,p
Disease Merourial Diseases, Pemale -
laints,Gout, Drop y, alt Rheum, Bronch is,
Liver Complaint, &c.
Not only does the Samaparillan Rosolvent
seoe all remeda ats lathe oure of Qhrolo.
orof 0 t ok iut onal and SMin Diseases,
bus 1 Is the only positive cure for
KIDNEY AND BLADDARCOMPLAINTS,
Urnr nd Wongb Dise, GravelDaes
Dpsy3to a of Wer, Iacn eo a ol
Albanuria an&n all
08e where are brick-dust depoits, or
the water is thok, oloudy, mixed lth sub.
stances nice the whtite eract e~ tbreslike
white silk, or there Is a : da, bilious
and white boneust depwUp, and
ea there Is a prioking, buming senda ion
wh passin water, a *d pata In b'e a ra of
the akkandalog tae lbins. Sold byDrg
glats. PRIOR ONS DOr.LAR.
OVARIAN TUMOR OF TEN YEARS' GROWTH
OURED BY DI. ADWAY'S REMEDIRS.
One bottle contains more of the active pripol.
1f0diolnes than any other Prepation
Vkenin 'aspoonful dos, while o W. re.
quire nve raix times am much.
0UES AND PREVE=TS
FEVER AND AGUE,
Looseness. Diarrho %, Cholera Morbus. or pa u.
Cut discharges from the bowels are stopped in
16 or 20 minutes by toking Radway's Reay Re.
ief. No congestion or Inflammation, no weaic
new or lassitude whl follow the use of the R. it.
IT WAS THE FIRST AND IS
The Only Pain Reniedy
that instantly stops the most excruciatng
on, allays inflammatloo, and cures Conit.s
on, whether of the Lungs, Stomaoh bowels
or other glands or organs, by one application
in from one to tventy minutev, no mat
er how violent or exoruelatin the in the
Rtheumntic. Bed-ridden, Infirmu. thPai. ne
ous. Neuragoo or prostrated with e may
suffer. HAD)WAY'd READY XXLIEF Willa affory
Inflanmaition of the x1dueys.
Innamnantion of tie Bladder,
In"immustion of the Bowels.
lore Throat, COOetion of the Lungs,
HP8ter1es, ro01ta11ato1s of thelears.
HY1 vie,Cohup, Diphtheria.
Xasra ensunes, Xleeplessnes,
Cold Ch ills, Awne Ch Ills,
Chilblains and Frost Bites.
The plication of the Ready Rellef to the part
or parts e dte ni n or diiculty exists wnsi
Thirty to sixty drops in a hair tumbler of
Water will In a few minutes cure Cramps
sl)rains, Sour Stomach, Heartburn, Sick Head
Bche, andhw Dsenter, Colic., Wind In the
Travelers should always carry a bottle of It ad
way's Ready Relief with them. A few drop in.
War will prevent sIckness or pai.ns from
chang of water. It 1s hetter t,han French
iagdor Biltrs as a stImulant. Price Fifty
Radway's Regulating Pills.
Perfect Purgative., Soothing Apertenta,
ad atural i theIr Opration.
A VEGETABLE SURSTITUTE FOR CALOMEL,
Perfectly tasteless, elegantl coated with
wet w.aA purge, reuat,"' tene n
ItaDwAr's Piust for the cure of all Disorders
c' the aotomnacl Liver, 'Bowels, Eidneys Blad.
der. Nervous , fsases. Head , eConst iton
CostIveness, indigestion. 1ilious.
neSs. Fever. Inflammatlan of th owl Piles,
a nd alderangementes of the Internal .Viscera.
Warrited toeffect a perfect etn.. Purelj
e teru'scnta n 1g10 mercury, maineralsa 01
iW'Observe the follown~ syptoms resultln
froma Diseases ofthe DieleOrgans: Vondt -
aton, Inward Piles, ullness of the Blood In
IIead, Acidity or the Stomach, Nausea. Heaart,
the Stonach, Sour Eru'etlo na inking orFut
t4aring at tne Heart, Choking or Buffer.ng Sen
Vision,Dote or Webs Beoe the sigh Fes oa
Dull ain in the Hlead Dfleenov of Pe rspa
tion Yellowness or the Skin and Eyes. Pal in
te Aid.et, timbs an$1"d Budden'Pluahes of
A few doses of RADWAY'S Pnrap will free the
system from all the above-name'd disorder.,
. Wlee, 25 Vents per Box.
We repeat that the reader must conpult our
books and papers Qn the subject of discuses and
their cure, among which may be named :
"False and T*ne ,"
'Radwa.y on Irritable Urethra,9
**Mad way on Serofula,,"
an Others relating to different classes of Dis.
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS.
BEAD "FALSE AND TRUE."
No8 Ware, Von, Churc u t. Ne
Ilnformnaton worth thOusandS wiii be sent
TO THE PUBLIC,
l'here can be no better g arantee of the value
Of Dn. RtAnwAT's ol esaJished It. Rt. R. ltu.
DIas tiran the base and worthie s -imitations of
the as te reare Fals okosolventa,-,Relief~
bsee that the name "Rtadway" is on ayou
Gun at9 S -p P2bereBeehoa4 ai
u p.Mu.,ie ana Breloo -10 Guam ife, and
fal*'b*d.T.*pora 'pl~t.a , g.
n"-h'ha '0.vet made for the saice. d
JOS. C. GRUBR & CO.,
712 Market Street. Phila,, Pa,