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now to Prouce Beer in the Vheapest
Carefully conducted experimer te for
several years past have enabled cattle
feeders to prove that beef of good qual
ity can be most cheaply produced by
liviug their animals, from birth up to
slaughter, all such suitable food as
they will daily eat and digest well.
Steers of ttie most improved breeds
inay be made by this method, as a gen
eral rule, to weigh from 1,000 to 1,500
pounds at eighteen to twenty months
of age, and extra choice at the same
age exceed these weights by several
hundred pounds. in pushing animals
up to, or near maturity in this rapid
manner, in order to obtain the best
quality of flesh, they must have suffi
oient exercise in the open air, and be
exposed to the healthful influence of
sunshine as much as possible. There
is nothing equal to good old grass pas
ture to obtain all this, and the longer
the steers can be kept out upon it the
more advantageous it will be to them.
Many feeders provide cornfields for
their steers to run In during winter,
contending that they are nearly an
equivalent to the grass pastures of
summer. If a strip of lorest, with a
soil sufficiently porous to absorb the
rain as fast as it falls is near by for
the cattle to shelter themselves *at
nigit and in stormy weather, they
will do better often than in yards or
stables. The fallen leaves of forest
trees make one of the warmest and
best of beds, and cattle enjoying the
benefits of these come out In the spring
like the deer, elk and other wild ai
malis, in excellent healih, well-fleslhed
thrifty and with the finest and smooth
eat of coats. I have never seen do
mostic anim ils in the Western States
show superior condition in the spring
to those which were thus wintered.
Their beef, also, when slaughtered,
proves, after all this exposure and ex
orcise, nicer ard more evenly marbled
with a grater percentage of tender,
juicy lean, which alone is what the
consumer wants, and not gross fat
whlch often abounds to an excess in
the stall-fed, unexercised, sun-shaded
animal. That fattened in the open air
Is not only the Juiciest and highest fla
vored, but, pound for pound, it prove.s
the Most nourishlug and consequently
the most economical both for the pro
ducer and consamier. The production
thus gives high satisfaction and be
comes a pleasure to all concerned.
This pushing for early maturity Is
undoubtedly best where the aoll Is
rich and grass and grain consequently
ubundant. But on poor lands, ani
especially when stony aid hilly, later
maturity is found about; as profitable,
and if the cattle are of a right sort the
itsh gets a better chance to fully
ripen. and upon the whole is perlaps
of a superior quality. On such lands
cattle graze freely in summer, and are
fed hay and corn-stalks In winter.
l'hus treated they attain a full growth
of frame at no great cost at four to flvu
years old. Early in sumnier they are
then taken to rich pastu.res, where
they fatten rapidly, and~ in the course
of a few months become choice beef.
In tis way, and also by stabsequenrt
stall-feedinig for an additional time,
greateir gain of flesh per dary durling
the fattening process hras been obtatin
ed after thre above ages than I have as
yet met rep~orted for the first anid see
0ond years of' such as were rapIdly
pusheti fromr birth. The utnmost, gaint
of those found at the late Fat 8tock
Show in Chicago was 1.47 to 2 90
hounds per (lay for bullocks from (118
to 952 days old. wvhle that of those past
four or five years old, sproken of' above
thriing the tine fed for slaughter, I
aun informed, has of ten reached two
* and one fourth to three pounds, and
even more, per dlay. Tis method of
* ~ feeding is folloewed somewhat in the
Eastern States, but more largely on
pasture atone generally on tihe vast
plaina of tihe West. It is p)ursued also
moderately ini tihe United JKingdom,
where cattle are kept till four to flve
years 01(1 In tire tuountinnous districts
of Ireland, Scotland, England arnd
(,niItave Dor'e at wVorn,
Not far away in tire Rue Biyard,
day and nighrt, works Gustave D~ore,
now painting, now raid~ly sketching
in his great sketchr-books the designs
which are to electrit'y the world, lie
is a little manm, with dense black hair
andr~ ruiddy com lexion, witih heal thy
checst andi sine w y arms, with a con
fiding friendly maniner which at once
wins every erne to him. His jet black
iniustacho shades clear-cut and f1irm
1l1)s, indexes to a character wvhreh has
always held him above tire level of thre
grosser Parislan tempitationsa. ils
whole heart arid soul are in his work.
* liHe hais haud lights espeola~y prepared
in iris great rarmbling strado, so that he
may paint wheii lie dlesires; and at,
the very momnernt Iris admirers are
* swallowing their night-cap eulp of cof
fee, and stupidly gazinig at tire proces
* abalo of pain tedi beauties aloing Ire Bou
levard dlea Itallens, ire is sketcing
vigorously, or pacing upl arid dowir
* in tire atutio, overmnasteredl by sonmc
nrew conception winch lhe dare not yet
confide to piaper. Dore hnas a horror
of tire French passion for holidays,
anrd onrce told a friend (that iris severest
trial was on Ncw Year's Day. "It is
* irnot, the money for the presernts," ire
said1, ''but thre time spent, in this inane
round of calls wich I give grudging.
* ly." WVhen OnIce you have passed the
Cerbertis wiho guardls the gate of
Dore's paradise, you will thenceforth
have free entrance. But tire aforesaid
Cerberus is of a decidedly suspicious
characteor and hostile turn of mnind,
and( to thre many D~ore is inraccessible
ars was rihe milliner Worth on onre of
hris "'thought (lays,"' when hre was die
vising costumes for tire coutrt ladles of
tire Seconrd Empire.
Studly books to know how things
* ought to be; study men to know how
'rhat which could break a proud
man's heart will not break an hrumnble
THE 13IMPLEST FAHA BOOK KKInPING.
--For an ordinary farm writes a cor
respondent, I would have but one book,
and that one ruled after the form of
the merchant's cash book, and keep it
very much in the same manner, i. e.,
on the left hand page I would enter
all the debits, and on the right hand
page all the credits. From these two
pages a balance could be obtained at
any time I desired to know how the
account was running.
The first account I would open would
be the-farm. On the left hand page I
would enter the present cash valuation
of my farm implements, and all new
ones bought and repairs made. On
the right hand page I would enter the
amount received for any implements
sold or returned, etc. Next I would
have a natne or number for each field
on my farm and give it the same space
In my book. ' On the left enter what I
consider fair price for labor done, cost
of all fertilizers put on that fleld, and
all seed put on same. On the right
hand page the cash value of all that
the fleid produced. The balance at the
end of the year would show me the
prbflt or loss on that field. And from
the amount of this loe. or gain I would
know whaG next to do with it. With
out this knowledge how could I Intel
ligently cultivate this field in the
future? I nilght have an opinion as
to what prollft, I had, but such opinion
would be far too unrellable to base any
future operations on. In like inanner
I would treat every field on my farm;
my sheep, holding separate accounts
with different breeds, if I had such;
with my dairy cattle, my stock Cattle,
my working cattle, my horses and
horse teatis, my hogs, Iny poultry, etc.
Each: of these accounts will show its
gains or losses from which I can de
elde the future management. At the
end of the year I would be placed on
tie rIght hand or Cr. side of the farm
accouit a fair valuation of Iny larm
and all farm Implemnents, balance up
all my field ati cattle accounts, carry
tie balances to any farmn account.
whiclI would then show nme wlether I
was worth less or more than at the
comnienceient of the sear, and Just
WhiRO the loss was sustained or prolit
made; i. e., which field or departmeWnt
of my lai in had been the most profit
able to 11e, and which the least. Tlne
farmer needs not to have scales to as
certain actual weights. Ills estinates
a e good enough, only be sure and es
tinate agaist yourself, and then the
result will happily disappoint you, it
An 'ro Mi..-A "milk route" is not
ho valuable a possession as It used to be,
oving to various causes. We have
known of a nmilk route in Lowell being
sold as high as $8000, and the purchase
consiated nainly of "good will," the
aaterial property bought being actu
ally worth less than one-s.xth of the
whole amnount. But now-a-days man
ulactured milk has so cheapened the
value of a route for a genuine milk
heller, that he oan alford to pay but
little for tite good will of customers
who may at any timne be induced to
leave hiin for a cut down in price. A
milk seller nay set up a business in.
Volving Lihe sale of 300 (luLrts of milk a
tiny, by investing from $300 to $600 bo
sittes the bonus lie has to pay for his
route, whilh nught perhaps,be snmuch
nore. But a mnilk producer nist I
vest from $10,000 to $15,0U0, or prhaps
even nore, to enable hin to p)iOitieu
300 utjarts of nillk a day, and it, requires
a good deal of knowledge and experi
enmee to keep the business running sue
cessfully, Trhe milknman .ouhnplainsn 01
the long hours r..qulred to mnarket his
milk; but a lainer is an atdjoizrling
town who has had experience both in
prodlucing and naarhetlig nijik, says
lie cani distribuIte 40 cans of mnilk Ircut
a iarin within three miles of the Low
cli postefilee, as quickly as lie can diraw
that, alnuunmt of iilk fronm the cows'
tidders. We have as yet so-,en noting
on this subject whieh shuows any hini
(dranict in tne way of co-op~einutioni amn
ong larniers In marketing their nillk,
which woruld give ileum all the prolit,
there is. Unmtil that lins been tried anid
mniledI, fariners canilot fatirly Ctulnplain
of the nimtile-ineni. But, the first es
sentiail to its success, is the stainpig
out of all l.he adlultrnted anti extenticci
inilk, by eficient prosecutIon of tlie
dlealers ini tiihis article. T[hlen honest
nillk will tcolno to its owni, and the
imonest prodhucer calg mnake in hionest
TIumr oxalis is a very useful winter
house plant, being especlally desirmable
for hanging baskets, both leaves and
blossomus being oii long, slentder, droop
ing stemus. Thme biulbs are smiall, easily
grown, andit produmce an abundaniskce o1
flowers. 'Thle leaves ini fornm are not un
like clover leaves. Three to five bulbs
are required in a p~ot, and t he soil should
be sanidy. Thle blossomns are pin1k and
yellow, anti there is also a variety called
verieolor, which is white wvith a yellow
eye, the petals being crimson oni t lie
'Tn experience ot' tihe best turkey
breeders goes to show that the besi
results are obtained by feeding liberal
ly aill through the season, and not
leaving it until a couple of weeks be
fore killing to do( thle fattening. Onie
Ieed daily, and that in the evening, is
suilicient uurhig this season of the year
tihe birds soon look for it then andt
como hiomie reguirily ait feedin mg ti me,
and always roost near tihe barni out
EnNEP are peculiarly senialtiYe to
good treatmnent. A goodl shephierdl ia
alwvays gentle among lis sheep.
If a p~erson of lair complexion ox
poses himself to the electric light ior
soetime in exainin g the actlin of
lamps, the handsl and oheeks wvill sho(w
all the sytnyltonms of '"suniburn"' even
iiinlmiwinter, and lie wvill develop
freckles on his countenance as quickly
as whlin lie goes about unprotected by
a sun-umubrella in i dummer,
Alcohol and1( aetic acid, says Bee
hainp, are (constan t anti necessary pro
(ucts of putrefaction,. lie has dliscov
ored alcohol also In smiali quaintitles ini
normal anmd soundt animail tissues-a
fact of importance in ehiemaleo-Jiieal
1Ierr. V'. Lipp'manm iiiid that when
canei sugar, ini soliutionm anid purec, is
charged with carbon dioxlie, It is
slowly conlve~rtedh into invertedi sugar,
and that this chiange ia hiatened' whlen
tihe carbon dioxide ' pumliped iunto the
sugar solutioiit unde, pressure.
Entgineerig has siucceedled in puitting
into steuam onsly about one-tent Lh of the
heat. realizedl in time furnace o1 the
boiler :the remaining niuie-tonths ire
CoalI gas is not explosive, excep~t
when mixed with a knowni proportion
of common air.
Thie humidity of the atmosphere Is
greater' above forests than over non
PAIN'ED LADIRs.-RemovO the eyes
and stalks from some nice round-look
ing apples that will 'cook well, and
peel them very evenly to preserve their
s1hape. * Place them In a shallow stew.
pan large enough to hold them ih one
layer. Dissolve loaf sugar in sufi
cient water to completely cover the
apples, allowing four ounces of sugar
to each pint of water; add a few cloes
and a little lemon peel and stick clin
namon. Cover the stewpan, and sim
mer the apples very gently, or they
will break before being cooked tho
roughly. When done, and they are
cool enough, lift them carefully to a
glass dish, and with a small brush tint
them delicately on one side with a lit
tle liquid coohineal or mlted red our
rantJolly; strain the syrup, return it
to the stewpan, and boil it rapidly
until reduced to one-third of a pint.
When cold stir to it a wino glass of
sherry and the juice of half a lemon,
and pour it round but not over the ap
ples. The wine may be omitted.
THE following hints concerninir tho
use (f tea may prove useful: 1. Who
soever uses tea should do so in great
moderation. 2. It should form a part
of the meal, but never be taken before
eating, between meals, or on an empty
stomach, as is too frequently done. 3.
The best time to take tea i atter a
hearty meal. 4, Those who suffer
with weak nerves never take it at all.
5. Those who are troubled with in
ability to sleep at nights should not use
tea, or if t'cy (o, take it in the morn
ing. 6. Brali-workers should never
goad on th(ir brains to overwork on
the stimulus of tea. 7. Children and
the young should never use tea. 8.
The overworked and underfed should
never use tea. 9. Tea should never
be drunk very strong. 10. It Is
better with ensiderable milk and su
gar. 11. Its use should at once be
abandoned when harm comes from it.
12. Multitudes of diseases come from
the excessive use'of tea, and for this
reason those who cannot use it with
out going to excess should not use it
ie wie ani Hastpy.
If you will stop all your extravagats
and wrong notions in doctoring your
self and families with expensive doe
tors or humbug cure-alls, that do harm
always, and use only nature's simple
remedies for all your ailments-you
will be wise, well and happy, and save
great expense. The greatest remedy
for this, the great, wise :znd good will
tell you, is Hop Bitters-reiv on it.
See another column.
BiororNINO TiNWARE.-One of the
best things I have ever thled for keepi
ing tins bright is water-i;me. This is
a soft brown substance that polishes
metals without scratching the surface
and is very chicap. Also rub your Iins
with a damp cloth, then take dry lour
and rub it on with your hands an(d
afterward take an old new.epapor and
rub the flour ofr, and the tin wil shine
as well as if half an hour ha I been
spent in rubbing then with briek-dust
or powder. Another good thing for
brightening tinware is oonmon sodta.
Dampen a cloth and dip in soda and
rub the ware briskly,atter which wipe
dry, and it will look equal to new. To
prevent the rusting of Lin, rub fresh
lard over every part of the dilh, and
then put in a' hot oven and heat it
thoroughly. Thus treated, any tin
ware may be used in water coristantly
and remain bright and free irow
IF we add a pint Of pure water to a
pint o1 impure water, wve dilute the
11mp)utre wvater, iind it is madle that
mutch the more pure. If we add a doz
en pints of pure water to it. we dilute
it still more,andl bring it nearer purity
ye(t; butt if we aidd a certain number
miore, instead or tihe impurity beecmn
lug dilutedl, it As atbsoltiely di stroyedl
anid Dr. Letheorby, of London, says
that the water is perfectly puriie. It is
the same wvay with impure air. A ccr
tain qi(uantity Of ipure air addied to it,
dilutes the bad air and makes It less
noxious, while if a certin quantity
more is added, the Impurity of the air
isaidestroyedl, as is the case with iu
pure wvater. Any person can Judge of
this from the good effect of much pure
air uiponi bad air.
Card collectors please buy seven bars
Dobbins' Electric Soap of any grocer
and write Cragin & Co., Phmiladeilhia,
Pa , for seven cardsi graitis, six colors
andu gold. Stiakespere's "Slyeni Ages
af Man." Ordinary price 25 cents.
DUnliNo the (lead of winter any Jiv
ing plant whieh looks green adds to
the cheerfulness of a room, and a mass
of beautiful vet dutre is obtained by the
followving expedient :Take ahout
twenty or thirty ears of whe1r and tie
them together,leaving the strawvs about
two iniehes long. Hanilg themn up for
a few days, keeping them sprinkled
with water; the top) wvill soon become
a perfect p~yramid~ of verdure, andl will
retain its beant-y for several weeks.
Thiiis simple1 plain may be puit ini prac
tice at any time in the winter mnonths,.
flAKED BAWANA.-TakO ripe, tIr im
b~ananias, with the skins on, and put
them In a hot oven for fIfteen minutes,
set-ye hot. They will be found a (de
bightful vegetable, andl far more di
gestible than when eaten raw.
(L~a Crosse iRemumblicanu feaier.j
1iaving beeni Oce by St. Jacob's Ol
recomtnamd thie same to all sufferers
with Rh- unmatism, says Mr. L. ShIll
man, 28M) Calumnet Ave., Uhicago, Ill.
BExswAX andi salt will make flat
ironis as clean and1( smooth as glass. T1'e
a lump of wax in a rag and keep it for
that purpose. When the iroris are hot
rub them with the wax on, then scour
with a paper or rag sprinkled with
T H E best wvay to fry fish is to first
fry some slices of salt pork, then rol
the p)ieces of fish in fine Indiant meal
aiid Iry in the p)ork gravy. About,
three slIces of pork for a medilum sized
fish. White fish needs less fat than
almost any other.
To stIffen a crape veil always keep
it folded and pressed undi~er a heavy
book, and when it looks gray take al
eOlOl enough to wet ih, thoroug lily,
then shake it dry, foldh it nicely and
All weakly women are strengthened
by the use of Lydia E. Plukhami's
SwEEP~ carp~ets gently. Eveni a rag
carlpet should be treatedi with co nsid(
oration, A severe dihgging with the
broom wears the warp and scrapes
out the lint of the rags quit, need
ROAS' MuASr should not he put in
the pan with water. The K~~r
be placed in the bottormat lie n il J
the meat on a rack 5eema~ins to be
A DOcTOR in Scotlind made a nerve
and bone all-healing salve, an,
thought he would experiment a little
with it. Ile at first out off his dog's
tail, and applied some of the salve to
the stump. A new tail grow out im'
mediately. He then applied some to
the tail which he had out offand a new
dog grew out. He did not know which
dog was which.
ENTER JONES, the magnificent, with
stranger-."A little surprise for you,
Mrs. J I Let me introduce Mr. Wig
gins, whom I have persuaded to take
his chance and come and try pot-luck
with us. Arid I hope you wcn't starve
ihn, hey, my love?" Mrs. Jones:
"There's no'fear of that,Mr. Wiggins;
I got my husband's telegram in time."
Tableau, with green fire.
(Woroester (Mlass.) spy.)
Nothing on Earta s, Good.
Certainly a strong opinion, Sai one
of our reporters to whom the follow
Ing was detailed by Mr. Henry Ka
schop, with Mr. Geo. E. Miller, 418
-Main St., this vlty : I sulfored so badly
with rheumatism in my leg last win
ter, that I was unable to attend to my
work, being completely holpless. I
heard of 8 . Tacob's Oil and bought a
bottle, after using which I felt great
ly relieved. WILIn the use of the sec
ond bottle I was completly cured. In
my estlimation there is nothing on
earth so good for rheumnatIsn as St.
Jacob's Oil. It atni like a charm .
A COUNTRY girl at a fashionable
hotel in New York noticed that all the
guests used their forks only in eating
their pie. Upon her return home she
reported the fact to the old lauy, who
comforted her by observing, "You
shouldn't mind 'em, Jenitna; it's all
because they'xe too lazy to use their
"DID I not give you a flogging the
other day?" said a schoolmaster to a
trembling b-ov. "Yes, sir," answered
the boy. "1rell, what do the Scrip
tures say u poi the subject?" "I don't
know sir,' said the boy, "except it is
in that paisage which says 'It is more
blessed to give than to receive.'
"I LIKE to see the dear little erea
tures amusing themselves," sala Mrs.
Brown when her elder boy took the
visitor's new bonnet and affixed it to
the tatl of his kite. "Never fear," said
the good matron to her visitor, when
she saw her bonnet in tha air. "As
soon asi the kite comes down he'll give
it back to you."
AN Irishman knows how to wittily
overcome all difliculties. "What shall
I do with this uinslghtly heap of rub
bish, Pat?" "Dig a hole and bury
it.." answered the mail of inventlin,
"Ah, yes, Pat, but what am I to do
with the dirt out of the hole?" 'Well,
sire, I would advise you to dig a hole
big enough for the whole of it."
No good rroachilnw.
No man can do a good job of woric,
preach a good sermon, try a law suit
well, doctor is. patient, or write a good
article when lie feels miserable and
dull, with sluggish brain and unsteady
nerves, and none should make the at
tempt in such a conditlan when it can
be so easily and cheaply removed by a
little Hop Bitters. .See other column.
''A CCIDENWI' will hiappen." Brigson
(at last winging a pleasant, after miss
ing right an't left all day)--"Ah, hatI
K nocked haim over that timie,Jenkins !"
Keeper-" Yes, sir ; they wvilldy into
it sometimes I"
APRrncIATr~IV sYMIPATnY: Iierr
Blogolutbofiski laiys a lovely noctu rne,
wh ich lhe has ijust conmposed. To him
(as lhe softly touchies the finial note)
Fair A mateur : "Oh, thankM I I am so
fond of' that dlear old tune !"
'TALK about the power of the press,'
sofaly murmured the aged Granger,as
he held up to viewv a hand he had in
advertently left undler thme eider ma
chine till it looked like a pouand of raw
liver; "well, I should remark."
LrrTLE Jimmy ia laid up with the
measles amid suffers a great deal, but
when ho was asked how lie liked the
nieasles lie brightented up and ex
elaimie.: "'rhe (doctor says I can't go
to school for a week. That's how I
imagine for a moment the thousands
upon thocusands of bottles ol Carboline,
the deodorIzed petroleum hair renewer,
annually sold, and the fact that not a
single comiplaint has been received
fromi all these thousands, and you may
have some idea oh lts good qualities.
A MoDERN novei has (hlis Ilhrilling
p tssage : "With one hand lhe heid her
beaut i fiu golden head abhove the chill
iing wave, and with the othear called
loudly3 for assistamnee."'
"A MAN never realizes," remarks a
commnnercial traveller, "how plentiful
mustard is, and how scarce are bread
anid meat, until lie tackles a railway
refreshment saloon sand wioh."
THEna man 'who sighs, "Hlow soon we
are torgotteni 1" has only to leave a
hotel without p~ayling his bill, to find
how sadhly mistaken lie is.
P'AT'IlcK coules5 to the Morgue to
claim a lost, relative. "Has lie any
pecuniarity by which lie cani be recog
it IZed ?'' asked the guardliani. "Yes,
he is dunib.''
1MPs n p p i ooD- in morbid cond(1
tionis of the blood are inaniy diseases;
such as salt rheumn, ring-worm, bols,
carbunclus, sores, ulcers and p)imples.
Ini this condition of the blood try the
Vxoxwrna, and cure these affeotions.
As a1 blood-purifler It has no equal. its
cirets are wonderful
TIoMMY says nobody neeod go to a tea
ware-haouse for punre tease. Aniybody
who has got an elder sister gets enough
A YOUNG hadiy Is galiing great repu
tati(on as a violliist, Still she Is not
thme oiily fair onie who has mastered the
arit of handling a beau.
l nv isl the moat In a sand lwlch like
the middle11 chass in society ? -Because
it, lies between the upper-crust and the
lcmui.AND is the only conntry that
possesses a volcnano whose erupltions
go off' with (lI)ecla(t),
ISIssNG a girl oni the cheek is like
eatilng tihe skini of an orange and th row
ing the Juicy pull) away.
Sprnhg brinmgs thte Diosam. A utumn
brings the fruat--and also Colds, etc.,
for which nohing s~uperior to Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup hi~as evpr been of
fered to the p~ubioe. It always cures.
P.r Jm 2b oats
kXCsT a Turklsh bath nothIng is
noreeftacious ih Apre tIoat? of chiil
dron or adults than a wet compress to
he throat. Double a- towel two or
three tinAs, so as to make a pad that
rill fit auly under the chin and
>VOX the throat, and let it extend
tround fron ear to dar. Then bind a
hickly-folded towel over the wet pad,
baving the towel wide enough to
>verlap the edgpa of the pad. It is best
;o pass this outer covering over the
lead, and not around the neck after
;he style of a cravat, the object being
o exclude the air so as to keep up a
perspiration over the diseased parts.
But if the soreness is low down on the
throat, the outside towel may be paus
ed around the neck; yet, when this
A done it Is much more diflicult to ex
Dlude theair. The wet compress may
be put on cold or warm; but, when
Iold, It soon becomes warm from the
beat of'the skin, and is really a warm
vapor bath. When the pad is taken
)ff, the throat should be washed in
:old water to close the pores, and then
well dried with a towel. This is ap
lcable to croup and to all kinds of
;ore throats, and will be found moro
neanly tuid equally as efficIent as
grandmother'is stoecxing filled with
Steam is cooled by expansion, while
ir is lieated Iby compression.j
A Railroad Euglnee
in the employ of the 0. 1M. & St. Paul R. IL,
has been grievously affected with diabetes for
six yeard. Ho took four boxes of Kidney.
Wort, and now writ(s us that ho is entirely
coued. let a box and try it.- Times
Dr. W. Ross Writes:
Merofula, Liver Conailait, Dppepsla,
1. It. STHVIONS, Boston:
I have boon practisig medicine for 25 years,
ind as a remedy for Sorofula, Liver Complaint,
Dyspepsia, Rheumatism, Weaknss, and all dis.
sasvs of the blood I have never found its equal.
I have sold Vegetino for 7 years and have never
lad one bottle returned. I would heartily re
3ommond .t to those in neel of a blood purlter
DR. W. 1oSS, Druggist,
Sept. 18, 1878. Wilton, Iowa.
DRUGGISTS TAKE VEGETINE AND
RECOMMEMD IT. -
fI. H. STEVENS, Boston:
I have been selling Vogotino over since It
3ame into existence, and have recommended It
1o my customers. I have trio I It myself aud
Ind it a great blood purifier and renovator of
M. M. bALMON, Druggist,
Aug. 22, 1878. Burlington, Iowa
W. Hippee, M.D., Says:
EI. R. STEVENS, Boston:
I have sold your Vegetine tor over a year, and
iave heard every person who has used It spoalc
avurably or Its gooJ efrects.
W. HIPPEE, M. D., Druggist,
Sept. 10, 1878. Dss MoINIs, Iowa
[I. R. STEVENS, Boston i
I have been selling your Vegetine for the past
Ivo years, and 11nd the sales increa Ing every
fear. I consider Vegetino one of the best and
nest re:labie preparations now -n the market
J. H. WHETSTONE, Druggist,
tiept. 16, 1878. Iowa City. Iowa.
IL R. STIEVENS, BosTON, Mass
Voetine in Sold by All DrugEtt.
No Time NShould be Lest
if the stomacntlIver and bowels are alfected,
1o adlopt the sulre remedy. Iosater's Stomaoh
Bitters. Diseas~es of the organs named b -get
Ithers far more serious, and a delay Is therefoto
bazardous. Dyspepsaa liver comulaint, chills,
And lever, early rhelttmatto twinges, kidney
weakness, bring serious bodily trouble If trliled
with. Lose no tim e In using this effective, safe
and long known mediclie. For s..le by all
Druggists and Dealers generally.
Constipation and Piles.
Dfbr. liCarSuthHr i sas"ooe
nas erealt manevery a cases oftPile., and has
Nelson Fairchild, of 5Wb ans, vt., says "Iti
otf riceless value. Ator msteea years ot'great
tely cueneie and Qostiveness It com
IT HAS Ujl(
BhAnuAotsen otho,7l3E, the B0WELSand
the EIDNEy8 at the ws limo.
Because it cleanses the system of
the oisonous humors that developo
lusness Jaundie ary sase Bion
and nervous disorders.m rll
oine package will make aix tjts of'medlclne.
TX'W T.T 3xrOW 2
Wllur it at the Druggtst. Pulee, $t.ee.
WELLS, RIOEARDUO0N A CO., lPropritors,
2.- (Will and. peot paid.) Berlingan Vi.
Those answeranhl an Advertasoeng ry 4
anteA e ea
4 J ' FROSTED FEET
ALL OTHER PAIRS
No 1reparation on earth-equals Sr.J~co98 OIL U It SAYS,
seax IaPLE and 1.EA P External Riemedy. A trial entails
but ti6 comparatively triling outlay of 5 " CaxS. and ..ry
one suffering with pain eau have cheap and positive proof of
its olai. DIRICTIONS IN ELEVEN LANGUAG.
SOLD BY ALL DRUODISTS AND DEALERS IN MED101.
A. VOGELER & GO.
Baltinore, Md., U. 8.A.
TE0 Pur t and Best Medicine ever Made.
A00 bination of Hope, BUchu, Man
drak e and Dandelionwith allthe bestand
most o ura tivo proporties of all other Dittors-,
makes tho greatest Blood Purifier, Liver
Reg u I ator, andI lto and ealth Restoring
Agent on earth.
No diseaso e an possibly long exist where flop
Bitters are us ,so vared and perfect are their
They give nowU foandvigertotheagedanllArm.
To all whoso o ploymentseause irregulari
tyofthobowelsor urliuary organs, or who re
quiro an Appetizer Tonlo andmild 8timulant,
UopBittors are invat uablo, without Intox
No matter whatyour to elings or nyliptoms
are what the diseasoor all ont leo uselo, Bit.
ters. Don't waltuntilyota r0 sick but it you
only fool bad or milserablo, uso them at once.
Itmaysavoyourlife.ithae saved hundreds.
$500 will be paid for a oa 90 they will not
duro or help. Do not sui'or Of lot your frioemis
sufforbut uso and urgo them to UsO HOP B
Remember, flop Bittors is o ViO, drugged
drunken nostrum, but the Purest a n d Best
Medicine ever mado I tho "INVALIDS FRi(MD
and HOPE" and no person or family
should bo without then.
D~.0.1%s an absolu1to And irresistilel curo
Berllrunkunnes8, use of opinfi, tobaicco and
narcotics. All sold by d run,rs. Bend
for Circular. iop 'Bitten sirg. Co.,
Itocmiter.N.Y Pnl 'nwonto. 0-t.
LadiesDon't rd his, ut enclose a -cent
Ladi i~tin fo *1finortntInformation" to
Dr. Win. 0. HA TCIH. Box 20. Weet's Mills, Maine.
MRS. LYDIA E. PINKRHAM, OF LYNN. MASS.,
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
Ia Positive Cure
tor al thosa Painl Oomplaints ad Weakneases
socommozun to our beat femalo popult lonm.
1t will cure entirely thto worst form of Femialo Corn.
plaints, all ovariam troubles, Inilammatlon and Ulcera
tion, Falling and Displacements, and the consequent
Cpinal Weakness, and Is particularly adapted to the
Change of I4(o...
It will dissolve and expel tumors from the utorusain
an early stage of development. 'The tendency to casn
turousehutmoebtherels checked veryspeedilfy yits us.
It removes faintness, Ilatulency, destroysall craving
for stimnulants, and relieves weakness of the stomnaeh.
It cures Blioating, treadaches, Nervous Prostratio~n,
Oeneral Debility, fiieep~lesssa, Depression and Indi
That feeling of hearing down, causing pain, weight
and backachec, is always pormnanently cured by its use.
It will at sall times and under all circumstances act In
harmoniy wIth tho0 laws that govern thu female system,
For the eureof lKidney Compilaint. of either sex thu'
Comopoundc Is unshurpassedi. -
LYD)IA E. l'INKHKAM'S VEGETABLE COM.
POUND is prepared at 233 and 235 Western Avenue,
Lynn, Mass. Prie $1. Siux bottles for 05. Bent by mail
in the formi of pils, also in tihe form of lozenges, on
receipt of price, $5 per box for either. 3ire. Plnkham,
frooly answn all t ters of inquiry. Bend for pamph
lot. Address as above. Mention is Pilper.
No family shouldl be without LYDiAJ. PINKilIiM
LiVElt P'IiLI. They curo constIpation, bilioninvt
and torpidity of the liver. 26 cents per box.
i-rHold by sail Druggists. g~
A L L -I
Will iid d
applies A felanl
the Nose, 'tomt5 d
No, thnoe WS* ,
in health *f' ti
Contains vl "u
8tN g3iy pleas
". arch~ 10, 1860. __
__ of 70Otr Inake I8 in
I PrOp'tabroA qf Liberig.
'~ed tll byb-' og
-) ., - e 4 ibe-cm
enad sip y fAwFp0,0P
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rou so dar love A o led from khe
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and., in mtny casos,.havin both, toreigu and
Egglsh wYordq. The tiongs have mtili 00om.
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For' Male Voiceis. (60 ots., or $6 per dozen.
A OaPt1ti1 ollt LloU of Plee Jut -ade, and
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A~ IiID OF~t
A M OF SO uStoried edition of
100 of tUio very bout of German Songs ever
in Pres.-A now Sunday School Song Book.
Any book mailed. postt-free, for retail price.
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J. 3. DIT8S & 00. I28 Obeetnut Bt., Phil%.
W i/4% PU4M,
YOU CAN BUY THE BLATCHLEY
Unlined,or with Copper Poreelatn,or Iron
Litaing.. Each ong iitenolled with my name as
anufacturer is warranted in material and con
struction. For sale by the best lous in the
trade. If you do 'not know where to fit this,
pump, write to me as below, and I w siend
name of agent nearest you, who will supply you
at my lowest prices.
CHAS. 0. BLATCHLEY, Manufacturer
308 Market St., Philadelphia, Pa.
ante In every town and city In the United State*
,tthe 4 .....ada to soll aun arelole ne-d In every
h..ce', whoeth.er r cht or peor. Good pritet and very
onali capital reqiulr-i fur tho bus~iness. Splendid
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A. N. J ON KiS, OIintcu, 11 mc.
RUPE RTUS' Celebratec
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in e n oiech-.oaig auns, IIflea and
ti bof porh a mplem e te and articla
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00.. Pittsbarah, Pa.uet
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ON BY THE
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tent intod by the most
,une ALL I(iT
nA instead of afew ulr -
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tnt, beautIful adornment.
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