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QAgnL Fanma.-Most animal. s
in proportida to their weight under hve
Ao doid forta safe qusantity. o
g od pe a to maturing cattle is one
ceive 10 pounds of
Never give rapid changes of food,but
Give fattening cattle as mnch as they
will eat and often-five times a day.
Every stall feeding Ia the fall will
make the winter progress more certain
by 80 per cent.
Give as much water and salt at all
times as they will take.
in using roots, it is one guide to give
just so much, In. association with other
things, so that the animal may not take
in buildings have warmth with com
plete ventilation, without currents, but
never under 40 nr over 70 degrees
A cold, damp, airy temperature will
causheanimals to consume more food
without corresponding result in bone,
muscle, flesh or fat, much being used to
keep up the warmth.
Stall feeding is better for fat making
than box or yard management, irrespec
tive of health.
The growing animal, intended for
beef, requires a itile exercise daily to
promote muscle and strength of consti
tution, when ripe,only so mue as to be
able to walk to market.
Curryig daily Is equal to 7 per cent,
of the increaseo
MaIfNe GoOD BUtter.-Butter is fin
ished in the dairy but Is not made
there. The stamp of the dairywoman
puts the gold in market form; but the
work must be coimenced in the field or
in the feeding stables; and this leads at
once to the consideration of feedig for
butter. During the early, sunny sum
mer months, when nature is profuse o
favors, there is little to be done beyond
accepting her bounty. The tender
g-rasses are full of nurtrition, and they
afford the constant supply of moisture
without which the secretion of milk is
greatly lessened. Yet, at this season,
as well as all others, a pure supply of
water is absolutely lecessary. It does
not meet the r(quiroment if cattle have
a wet hole full ot surfaco drainage n
the pasture, or a frog pond. Whed it
is not probable that the tadpoles and
wrigglers sometimes found in city milk
have been drank by the thirsty cow,
many infusions do exist in such pools5
that are hardly eliminated or rendered
entirely harmless by the wonderful milk
secretions of the animal. The cattle
should drink from spring-fed boxes; and
as often as these, under the hotsun, are
seen to prodluce green growth or loat
wig scum, a pail of coarse salt may be
put in, and the current checked until
the fresh water growths are killed; the
salt water is then drawn off, and for a
long time the trough will remain pure
anu the water bright.
MR. W. H. HARGOOD, and English
farmer, in order to (iscover what quan
tity, if any, of nutritious matter such
plante as beans draw from the air, plac
ed 8 horse beaus In a box filled with
sand thorough y washed. Nothing was
applied but pure water. The product
24 pods and 47 beans, The whole mass
carefully dried,anct weighed 1040 grains
the beans alone weighing 829 grains.
MWhen planted the 8 beaus weighed 5
grams, which was augmented to the 140
gra'ns of hauim, roots, beans, etc.; or
twenty times t,heir original weight in
18 weeks. Other beans, 9 in number,
were treated in the same manner, ex
cept that they received a weak applica
tion of liquid manure, and, when dried;
weigbed 2880 grains. As the sand antd
water, says the writer, could contribute
nothing in the shape of nourishment to
the growing phlmis. the conclusion is
that the excess camne from the atmos
THE total quantity o[ land in Orcat
Britain returned in 1881, as under ali
kinds of crops, bare follow and grass
amounts to 82.315,000 acres, as compar
od with 31,211.000 acres in 1881, or an
increase of 10,00Q0 acres. A great part
of this increasb is ascribed by the collec
tors to the reciamnation of the moor r
mountain land. The whole of this in
erease is in Engla.nd and Wales. Scot
land shows a smaller cultivated area
than last year. there being several In
stances of decrease caused by the con.
version of sheep runs into deer for eas
iu the counties of Uaithness, Ross and
Trn foreign demand for apples is lar
ger than usual, andt would be materially
increased if pricos were not so high.
The poor crops on both sides of the At
lantic thin .vear conic together. T.he
crop will conmc whein there is a dellien
cy abroad and make glad the hearts of
the fruit growvers. At any rate the in
creasing use pf apples for evaporaLtin~
purposes nst always create a (temand
that wvill prevent the fruit from sellin
at prices so low as those which pro
vaiued years ago.
JJON'T whitewash t be bark upon the
bodies of fruit and ornmental trees.
We are at a loss to know for what pur
pose some persons thus coat the bark
of fruit and shadec trees about their pre
mises, unless it is to make them look
nice. It ~certainly does them more
harm than good, as It serves to obstruct
the respiratory organs, and in a ineas
nre prevents a thrifty growvth.
J1. J. H. OnEGony, of Marblehead,
Mass., carefuliy collected the castings
of worms daily for one season over a
given area, and they measured nearly a
quart to the square foot, or enough to
raise the surface of the land half an
inch, 'He also, by experiment, shows
- that an acre of land may contain six
tons of worms.
A OORREsPoNDENT of the Chicago Tr-i
bune leeds cotton-seed meal, corn meal
and bran to cows, one pound of each at
.a ration. The cotton seed meal must
be free from husk or it will be indiges
tible, Care must also be taken not to
feed the cotton-seed meal for 2 months
.before calving time.
. N looking over the sheep industry it
will be found that the small flocks have
succeeded ynuch tho best, This is In a
great measure due to the faot that small
docks get the best attention, thrive bet
ter and are less liable to accident.
1i you have choice potatoes to keep
for seed, put them mn a box of sand in
the cellar, They will not sprout nor
low To Walml SPB1UZ4dN)UM,.4A bet,
tot way than the u86 of "bromid" -is tz
have a hammock swung in your sloop.
ing room. The gentle motion and ti
complete change from bed to the yield
inKet u porting mesh of the ham
mok, genorally induce composurc
and sleepiness in a very short time.
'.h motion of the hammook, in a dark
room, Is very odd and pleasant. Dr.
Alice Bennett, it is said, finds great
satisfaction for her excited patients at
the AIorristown Hospital in having plen.
ty of rocking chairs. There is a sort ol
sleeplessness wherein all the possible
"worries" of the comins day or week
accumulate and refuse to be laid. You
are perfectly sensible that the dinner
will be all right sud that the dressmak
or's supplies are all ready for her to
begin work in the morning, or that you
will not miss the train, and that nothing
wil, go wrong with the children; yet
you cannot get dinner, dressmaker,
train, or children out of your thoughts
for five minutes at a time. You are
also sensible that, for the strain of the
next day, whatever it may be, an im.
portant committee meeting, a consulta.
tion, a business conclusion, or a speech
to make, a kitchen cabinet to reorganize,
you will need all your strength and
freshness; yet here is the clock striking
one, two, three, and notbing sure but
wear and worry. You cannot encounter
either cook, committee, consultation or
company as you should without a little
forgetfulness and repose. Try the ham
A stand fell down with a crash,
A number of men it did mash,
But the entire ten *
Were soon well again
St. Jacob's Oil cured every gash.
A baker who lives in Duluth,
Went crazy one night with a tooth,
He rubben the gum boil,
With St. Jacob's Oil.
It cured him, and this is the truth.
To FRESN BLAcK WoOLENO,-Black
tamiso, bombazine, or other camel's
hair dresses can be mado to look quite
fresh at this time ot year by a little
trouble. .tip the dress up, select the
best for cleaning, buy live cents' worth
of soap bark at any drug store, let it
stand in water until dissolved, if it it
the pulverized: if not, you will be
obliged to let it soak, and then steep it
for a few minutes. Put your material
in enough luke-warm water to cover it,
and turn the preparation in, rinse it up
and down until the cloth is saturated
with it; then rinse it in clear water,
which should be lukewarm also, The
effect upon the goods is remarkable; it
cleanses and restores.
*1*"M1iddle imeasures are often but mid
dling measures." There are no "mid.
dlings" about Kidney-Wort. It Is the
most thoroughly refined "flower" of me.
diclne. It knows no haif-way measures,
but radically uproots all diseases of the
kidneys, liver nud bowels. It overthrows
piles, abolishes constipation and treats the
system so gently and soothingly as to
prove its true kinship to nature in all its
phases. It is prepared in both liquid and
*YPThe Diamond Dyes always d1 more
than they claim to do. Cover ?ver that
old dress. It will look like uew. Only
Novn. Brane Warm a lump of butter
the size of a walnut, a lump of sugar, a
little lemon peel and a pinch of salt in
a tumblerful of water; let it boil ovei
two or three timnes; stir in some floum
until it becomes a thick paste, and con.
tinue stirring until it is cooked, whicla
you can tell if the paste does not sil
to your finger; leave in the sauoepai
until cold, then stir in one egg at a
time until it is thin onough to drop out
of a spoon. Take a diessert-spooin and
drop lumps of theo pa.ste about thesi
of a walnut into lar(i whichi is not quite
boiling; take out when swollen to foun
times thioir original size andi of goldet
color; spriinkled with sugar. Thest
ara dioliciouis, served hot or cold.
Mo'rumus D)o''r KNow.--Low man)
children are puimshed for beimg uincouth
wilful, andl lindiITerenlt to instructions 0o
rewards, simply because thoy a-o out o:
health! An intellhgent ladty said ot a chilh
of this kind: "Mothers should know thai
it they would give the little ones mnoderat4
(10808 of 110p Bitters for two or thre
weeks, thu chiildren would be all a paren1
CAPER SAUom.-Chop a tables[oponfu
of capors, ahd ii with a quarto'r- of a
pint of mleltedi butter; add a little cay
enno pepper; let this cook for three o1
four minutes, then adid a teaspoonfu
of flour rubbed smooth in thlree table.
spoonfuis of cold water; let this coma
to a boil. If you choose to (d0 so, add
a tenspoonful of Worcestershiro sauce
it inmp'rts an agreeable flavor. O
course, this quantity can be increased(
indlefinitely if the p)rop)ortions~ are pro.
An old phys clan, retired trom practice,
naving had plhced mn his hands by a:
East India .-misstonary the, foi:mula of a
simple vegetable remedy for the speedy
and permanent cure of Consumnption,
B3ronchitls, Catarrh, Asthma and all throat
and bung Affections, also a positive and
radical cure for Nervous Debility and all
Nervous Complaints, after having tested
its wonderiul curative powers in thousands
of cases, has felt it his duty to make it
known to his suffering fellows. Actuated
by this motive and a desire to relieve hu.
man suffering, I will sdnd free of chiarge,
to all who desire it, this receipe, in (3cr
man, French or English, with full diroc
lir 28 for ipreparing and using. Bent by
wail by addressing with stamp, naming
this paper, W. A. Noyes, 149 Powers
Blooh, Rookester, .N, .
LioOKINoGLOAss ORSNAMESNT -An old.
fashioned looking.glass, wvithi a frame of
brown wood, was improved the othei
day by an ingenious one covering It iia
this way: She bought some pale yellowt
tarictan of sufflcient long th to allow Ii
to be fastened to the top) of the mirroi
and then to hang at each side of it ii1
graceful folds; the ends were crossed
at the bottom and fastened with a Ioos(
knot, and, behold, the unsightly frame
was hidden, and the appearance of this
necessary article of furniture was much
For burns, scalds, bruises, chapped hanids,
soresq or piles, use St. Patrick's Salvo.
TABnE5PnEAD.-For the common sit.
ting-room a tablospread made of can.
ton flannel is useful; the border made
of the figured or brocaded canton fisn.
nel, which is a novelty In the storest
just now; or yen may trim it simply
with a stripe of ortanne
D L oke. Potvoleuai Y. Naaby (F.4ito~ "TQlede
ihad a a fo nger of my right lianA0 i3e of -lo
Veto. a 11run-round-1" The flnger became indsm901t
a%f earable and swoletonarly tw1ooltAt
Ural zie. A friend gave me tenry's Carballe-av4
Sin twontY minutes the pin had so muoh ouiqdt
-6 -tO give Mea fair night's rest, which Ihad nothbo be
foreforawoek. Theinflammationleft the anger in
day. I consider It a most Valuable article for the louse
hold. Edouard Reintard. of New York. writes:
It givesme groat pleasure to say that a single box ol
Henry's Carbollo Salve effected a completecureof Pile
with which I had been troubled for over a year, ani
which nothing ehe that I used would,cure.
A Massachusetts widow had ocaslor
last fall to consult a lawyer regardinE
some money she had loaned to a neigh
bor and could not recover.
"You'll have to sue the maker of th(
note," said the lawyer.
"But he isn't worth a dollar?"
"Got a judgment and sell it."
"No one would buy it."
"Can't we garnishee anybody?"
"No; he never has anything coming
"Nothing to attach?"
'See here," said the lawyer, aftei
scratching his scalp for a minute, sup
pose wo marry him?"
"That is, you. You are a widow,and
you might -."
"But he has a wife and seven child
ron," she interrupted.
"Ah I That's too bad, too bad. Well
the only way we can do is to watch anj
wait. I'll keep my eye on the family,
and just the minute his wife dies, elope,
or gets a divorce I'll serve papers o
the fellow and bring him, to timo.
For dyspepsia, inutgesuon, .oepressiom
of spirits and general debility, In their va
rious forms; also as a preventive agains
fever and ague and other intermittent
fevers, the "Ferro-Phosphorated Elixir ol
Calsays,'' made by Caswell, Hazard & Co
New York, sold by all Druggists, is thc
best tonio; and for patients recovering
from fever or other sickness. It ham nc
A sTrroi'in time: "I see in this pa
per," said the fiend to the countr3
editor, as ie clawed over a. pile of ex.
changes, "that the business of one o
the London Journals fell off more thar
$100,000 last year," "Merciful heav.
ens I" exclaimed the provincial public
mind moulder, blanching with sudder
fear. "Dick I" yelled he to the dusky
"devil" who was working off the nexi
issue, "Dick, print the balance of thal
run only on half sheets and mail 'em tc
exchanges and deadheads. I'll be
hanged If I'm going to get left thie
Frazer Axle Grease.
One greasing lasts two weeks; all others twc
or throo days. Do not be -mposed on by the
humbug stuffa offerod. Askyour dealtr for Fra
zer's, with label on. eaves your horse labor ant
3 ou too. It recotvid first medal at the Conton
nial and Paris Expositions. dold everywhere
"Fon example": Miss Netherblew
"Will you advise me as to printing and
publishing, Mr. Bterreogh? I havo
little work ready for the press, but hav<
had no exprience--" Gallant pub
lisher-"My dear madam, printing an<
publishing are very different things
For instance, If I print a kiss on you
rosy cheek it is not at all necessary t<
publish it?" Miss Netherbew-" Sir!
*Thec surprising success of Mrs. Lydi
E. Pinkhatn's Compound for the severa
dliseases p)eculiar to women forcibly ililua
trates tihe importance of her bgencticent dii
covery and the fact that she knows how
make the most ot it.~-Dr. lIa8ketL.
SWEET CIDER is a serviceable drink I
the peculiar thickened sore throat an
tough bronchial stoppages of this spring
It saves much coughiug and acts as th
broom of the threat.
Oatarrh of the Blattdar.
Stinging irritation, inflammation, all Kidney an
Urinary L.,mnplalnts, cured by "Duchu--paiba." si
SFOR THE PERMANENT CURE OF a
Noote disocoaso prevalent in this couna- m
tyas constlpation, and ~o remed has ever
equalled the colobratcd Kidnoy-Wort as a
E euro. whatovor theocause, however obstinate U
U the case, tis remtedy will overomo at. a
6 oomipoatdwith1oontpatlon'' adneyWort a
y strengthens the Woakene parts and quickly
45 cure alkins of Pies oven whea physioan
is- tirlryou haveoeither of these troubles
PRIOCISI. US8E Druggiatg el e
se 00Iff RS
invalids who are recovering vital stamina, dleclars
in grateful t ermse their appneciationa of ti.e merilt
aatni,of iilostetter's Stomach Bitters. Not
nydesit Impart strength to t11e weak but it
alocorrects an Irregular acid state of the slomnach
makes the bowels .act at proper Intervals, givet
eaeto those who snifer from rheumatic and kid.
tyroub les, and conquers as well as preventi
For sate biy all Drugglets and Dealers generally,
-f4i GAd in Aotion: "There that's
One,? said a gentleman to -a so4,
-Oifiting at a dul-eyed man lolling in
a ofico *hair. The boy looked in the
dbotioli lndicate, and then turning to
h's;pgrent with reproachful eye, said:
-L.olR here, pa, no use to try to fool
4 1 - Where's his knives and his pistols
lAdhit darbies and his false wig and
his oham whiskers and his basiUisk eye
a4, his active limbs and his restless
energy 4 No use to tell me that sleepy
looking.beefeater's a detective I" -The
father with tears -in his eyes, assured
the-1d that the fat gentleman before
them was indeed a detective, "Welli"
said the boy, "then I stick to the de
tectives I read about. I don't want
nothing to do with detectives outside
of story papers, if that's one of 'em."
"Golden Medical Discovery" is a concon
'trqtd, poteut alterative, or blood-cleansin
remedy, that wins golden opinions from all
who use it for any humor, from the common
pimple, blotch or cruption, to the formida
bte sorofulous swelling, or ulcer. Internal
fever, soreness and ulceration, yield to its
benign lifluences. Consumption, which is
but a scrofulous affection of the lungs, may,
i its early stages, be cured by the free use
of this God-given remedy. 1$eo article on
consumption and its treatment in Part III
of the World's Disponsary Diino Series of
namphlets, costs two 'stamps, post-paid.
Address WOULD's DiSPENBAY '.1EDICAL
AssOcISTIoN, Buifalo, N. Y.
"iuwL I?" he asked ldreamily, as
he held 6At the cobwebby meshes of a
white mabtel when the last dance was
"A lace, nol" she replied, "it is too
aria, give me my fur-lined cloak."
Re wrapped out a single oath as he
entangled his boot-heel in the meshes
of her shawl.
"Darn it," said he, "It will never
A young rival who watched them
i make their scrapo remarked:
"It's very singular that he should
sqapeer that lovely gurrel of carrying
concealed weapons 2"
"How do you know that he does ?"
asked his friend.
"Why, I heard him ask her where
her arms were."
A Lady Wants to Know
the latest Parishin style of dress and bon
not; a- new way to arrange the hair. Mil
lions are expended for artificial appliances
which only make conspicuous the fact that
emaciation, nervous deb)ility, and female
weakness exist. Dr. Pierce's "Fiavorito
Prescription" is sold under a positive guar
antee. I used as directed, AnIT can be dis
pensed with. It will overconte those dis
eases peculiar to females. By druggists.
Mr. William 0aper, the late gentle
manly and accomplishect goat of Ninety
second street and and Eighth avenue,
was lately backed by his owner, Mr.
O'Flanaghan, to eat thirty-two yards of
gas pipe every day for a month. The
goat went to his task with avidity, and
ate, even to the last day, with genuine
appetite. His task was finished with
perfect ease, and had it not been for a
. slight indiscretion in the way of diet in
j dulged in to further show his phenome
nal digestive powers, we should not
r have to chronicle the early demise ot
, this ornament to the society of subur
ban New York. The rash animal nu
fortunately undertook, at the conclusion
of his remarkable performance, to swal
a low the plumber's bill for the pipe. it
I choked him. _____
WhViat's saived Is Uained.
Workingmien .will economize b)y employ
ing Dr. P'ieree's.Medicines. His "Pleasant
Purgative Pellets" and "Golden Medical
a Discovery" cleanse th,e blood, and system
thus pireventing fevers and ether serious dis
eases, and curing all scrofulous and othier
*humors. Sold by udruggists.
A NEw YonKt doctor has been figuring
for the last twenty years, and has
ro.eched the conclusion that very small
'feet on a woman. m"ans a temper Jiko
cayenne pepper and a tongue which
- will lie about its best friend. This
is a noble effort to console women with
big feet,,but it won't work.
*4*"~Skill and patience succeed where
force fails." '[he quiet skill and patient
research which brought forth Kudney-Wort
illstrates the truth of the fable, Its grand
succets everywhere is admitted. Disease
never comes to us without a ccause. Ask
any good physician the reason and he will
tell you something interteres with the
workiug of the great organs. KCidney
Wort enables them to overcome all ob.
struct10ns and preserves perfect health.
Try a box or bottle at once.
K&'Faded articles of all kinds restored
to theIr orIginal beauty by Diamond Dyes.
- Pei fect and simple. 10 cents, at all drug
THE living skeleton in a New Ycrk
museoum has committed bigamy. We
didn't suppose there was a sane woman
in the country, outside of the medical
profession, who would live with a "skel
eton in the closet"-or the dining-room,
or kitchen, or in any other pairt of the
house, it. she could p)ossibly help it.
lJAIrrt CRERIK Mio,., Jan. 31, 1870.
U R N LitM N-i-l aving b)een asf1 ictedi for a
number of yeara with indigestion andi gen
eral dieblity, by the adlvice of my doctor I
usedi 1101) Bitters, atlniust say they af
lordedi me almost instant relief. I am glad
- to be able to testify m their behalf.
TLHOI3. U. KbloX.
SUPEDiPLUOUs: Philanthropic passen
ger to Irish emigrant, with small bun
. die--" Where's yoar trunk, Pat?"
"Phwat 'ud 01. do wid a thrunk?" "Put
your clothes in it." "Au' miego naked?"
Emnory's Little Cathartic P'all--hjest madeI
for Liver Uomplamnt, and Biliousness.
Ta'stelcss, harmless, infallhble. 15e.
ILF way any how: "You're gotting
quite bald, old man; you try rum."
"Rum I So I have. I've bought gal
loi,s of It." "Ahm, I see; but then,
p'r'aps, you could never get it any high
er than your mouth I"
Ladiles and childien's boots and shoes
cannot run over If Lyon's Patent lieel
Stlffonors are used.
OvEnwonxED youth: "Busy ?" said
the Beacon street young man. "I'm
busy as a man can be. I haven't had a
chance to go down to the bank for
three days. I've had so many Germans
to lead aind calls to make."
"iloush on Corns "
Ask for WVells' "Rough on Corns." 15e. QuIck,
colnplete, permanent cure. Corns, warms, bunions.
A WEIJTERN paper tells of a hen that
committed suicide. Some liens are
very senpitive, and it is supposed that
this unfortunate fowl was driven to the
rash not by hearing that her owner was
charging only forty-five cents a dozon'
for her eggs.______
"Bzs'r Ocoven DArSAM mn l WORLD." Try It
Price lee .w. InSMuA & C O.-. a.-t
A renedry re 0ing on the b o a .t
si0,-wotth de11%ds the conIdence of all.
Dr. 0ull's Uough Syrup is known and used 1
sho stief sidotoIlIy thUligoIt the laiWd, a.
ib attester by its -reat sales. .Your drug r
gst keeo it. tr
A sA on in the, ongregation think
Ing the preacher was too slow ?'n mak- 1*
ing his point, shouted: "ome, sir, 2
crowd a little mor6--sail there.! The as
preacher pleasantly replied: "I will as sti
soon as I have weathered this point." tal
The sailor and the congregation smiled T
The Uhmese must go, and all Americans an
should gq-and buy a bottle of Carboline, wl
the deodorized petroleum hair renewer and kI
dresser. Since the recent improvement, dy
no preparation ever had such a sale or
gave such general satisfaction as Carboline.
Sold by all druggists. - -
A 0ENTLBUAN, whose nose and cheek r
had become distinotly colored with the tim
red wine he was wont to imbibe, said ev
one day to his - little son at the table: bil
'You must eat bread, my boy; bread "
makes your cheeks red." The little n
boy replied; "Father, what lots of bread ho
yob must have swallowed.'' e,
Don't Die i the Honse.
"Rough on iats." Clears out rats,mlce,roaches, no
bedbugd,Ulos,nuts,noles,ohipmunks,gophors. 15c. 0
Or two evils choose t'e least,-to 4
swear off from.
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is the marvel an
of the ae for all nerve diseases. All fit sto ped
free. end to 981 Aroh Street. Philadelphia, Pa.
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Is a Positive Curep
Vor all theme Painfuil complnints and Weaknee *
so common to our best femalo population.
A MedIcine for Wommn. Inventedl by a Woman,
Prepared by a woman.
fhe Oreatst )Mdicai Discovery Sine the Dawn of istmory.
13'It revives the drooping spirIts, invigorates and
harmonizes tho organic functions, gives elasticity and
nirmness to the stop, restores the natural lustre to the
eyo, and plants on the pale cek of woman the uresh
tosos of Ufe's epring eu"i early mummer time.,P
I2P"Phyicans Use it and Prescribe It Freey.'#
It removes faintness, flatulency, destroys all craving As
for stimulant, and rolioves weakness of the stomach. lB
That feeling of bearing down, causing pain, weighS
and backache, Is alwdys permanently cured by It. tume.
For the eure or Kidney Complaitst of either sex
this Compound is unsurpassed.
TThIA t PINKIKAM's BLOOD UIU IER
oandiv oe nd setro a th to the syse,0
Both the ompound and Blood Purifier are prepared
at 233 and 235 Western Avenue, Lynn, Mass. Pie of
either, $1. Six bot ties for $5. Bont by mail in the form
ot pis, or of lozenges, on receipt of price, $1 per boz
for either. Mrs. Pilnkhianm freely answers all letters of
inquiry. Enclose Sct. stamn p. Send for pamphlet.
LWlVE he~.Tli c'r onstlpa i, bliousnms
and torpidity of the ?vor. 26 cents per bor.
*?Sold by all Druggsts.ms 0)
frall diseases of the Kidneys and
Ithsspooinlo action on this most important
organ, enabling it to throw off torpidity and
inaction, stimulating the healthy secretion of
the Bile, and by keeping the bowels in free
cndition, ofreoting'it. regular discharge. S
M al aria. Ifyoari:E*fcrng"om,
arc bilious, dyspoptio, or constipated, Kidney
Wort will surely reliovo and quickly ouro.H
one should tae a thorouh oo o f it.vr
5- 80OL0 BY DRU0OOiST6. Prie Si. -
If you are sick Hlop Bitters will surely aid Na
ture in making you well when all else fails.
If you arc costIve or dyspeptic, or are suffering
fromt any other of thie numerous diseases of the
stomach or b.nyrels, It Is your own fault If yeu re
mamn Ill, for Hlop Blitters are a movereign remedy
in all much complaints.
If you are wasting away with any for m of KId.
noy disease, stop temptIng Death this moment,
and turn for a cure to Uop BItters.&
If you are sick with that terrible sickness Nerv
enoss, you will find a "1Balm ina Giead" In the$
use of Hop Blitters. P
If yon are a frequenter, or a resident of a mlas.
matl c district, barrIcade your system against the
scourge of all countrles-maiarl al, epIdemie, bit,-f
lm,and Intermittent fevers-by the use of Hlop -
If you have rotugh, plmpy, or sallow skin, bad
breath, pains and aches, and feel miserable gne.
rally [[op Blitters will gie you fair skIn rich
lblot, andl sweetest breaih, health, and comfort.(
Inhshort they cure all Diseases of the stomach.
hiowels, Blood, Liver, Nerves, Kidneys, Bright'd
1Iease. $50wIll be paid for a case they will not
That poor, bedridden. Invalid wife sse
mother or daughter, can be made the pioe o
hat, afew bottles of Hop flitters, costing
but a thd. WVill you let them uffer i
YOUNG MEN learn TN.CR APHYrhere aud
Circulars free. VAEN I SiJn
**THE DBT IS CHEAPEST."
""" TH RESH ERS"w""u,
allreOs oTeAumn, air Cc.aler aollr
pdorn a.Kal ' r*tial", 't" M
ue obua s easms9l wot t ad
a h oLU3Tt T n this disass, t
NJi NNeYork. 4,
0oe0 -jI e1", Alive AgIs
WIi Ldf" , t .s/o d
,idet ofits of JUly , 882, E. -I Bright, of
ndsor Looks, Vonn., writes a plain, modest nar
re, wlcb, fout ItI Very alpilit1 has the
ring of ,ne.'gold. "le, spys: "ly* father to
i A46iti 94ineody d #i&si to be ioprov1pg,
fact.'he ls yery uch bottoer then he has been
a long time. lIe has been tappea three times.
e first time they got~fr6in litra oiXteen quarts of
ter, the send tine tbirten quarts, and fully
rnuola mere the thirotite, and 00e, ioul con*
atly fill up again every time after he had been
iped,unt.1 lie comnenced using Hunt's Rer4edy,
141 acted like ma#'.o in his case, as he begun to
prove at once, and now his watery acoumula
it passes away through the seebiti6ns naturally,
I he has none of that sw.rlling -or filling - up
.ich w"s s'ftequent before the functions of the
Ineys were reitored by the use of Hunt's Rome
,e is awell-known oltisen of this place, and
i always been In business here."
igain he writes, November 27, 1881:
'I bog most cheerfully and truthfully to state,
regard to Hunt's Itemedy, that its use was the
ring of my father's life. I spoke to you in,tny
vions letter in regard to his being tapped three
tea. It is the most remarkable case that has
)r been heard of lt thissection. For a man of
years (sixty yeara) it is a most remarkable
re. He had been unable'to atteni to his bust
is more than a year, anti was given up by the
3tors. The Alrst bottle of Hunt's Remedy that
used ga,1 instant relief. iIe has used in all
ren bott l0, and continues to use it whenever
feels drowsy or sluggisi, and it affords instant
lef. Ie is now attending to his regular bust
as and has been several months. I am perfect
willing that you should ptiblish tills letter, -as
i thoroughly believe that father's lite was saved
using lunt's Remedy and these facts givon
DvO Mlay be a bonellt to others suffering in like
mner from ldiseases or inaction of the kidneym
FOR TIm BALSAM
UNGS.Dn L@ T
01cm o. d:s ne i
larsens , ~7ssn,-w O.rou rnli
nMn o 111 ircnall rth
'g au isootres an a e, n als a i,iue
Uaht of e& oreveni e thntin
DR. T. FELIX GOUaUD'S
ental ream, or Magical BeautiIer.
.e st roveo Tan
A ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ si UkuorUsuyt o o every
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wetaste it to
be sure the
nae. t haj
. Ao yre adtoaladyo the WAD TON (a pa
udl'srream h a ri of lheSin
eparatins." One bottle will latsix months. using~
aerdy lso Pudre ubtle removes superiss
, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ w haire wItot touoth kn
Mu. K, B. T. GOUKAD, Sole Prop.,48 Bond et.,N.Y.
FoaIeballdrust an F reoGood D er
madotte .S.Cnda n ue. Acoops
ire of bas imntating. t1.000 IReward for arreBt and
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aIMITATION STAINED GLASS.
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a n o rete, sample, e In sta
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ibe in claing Epli
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/ Cle.rgymecn, Lawvo'rs
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L nessit in INvera l,1 l od Address, with
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fn s stamp for .n.cai s st a n c., ono' dno trea..t a.O.
rrisbuarg, Pa;it Oli Ihote' iterte Hous1e,
urHose, Fot Wayne, lad.; omriihtl
icia establIshes an
FISoadi.eunaLo d fny
for tho Cureeof
- EPILEPTIO PITG.
iatyo Epilps,h withou idoubstre t ami cure
as simpl been tonshin; we have her of eases o
ae so bdr sitr sncl g succesly curct biasn.enie
ror who m ay snd their epres ani 1u o. tAdroan W
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GEINTM WAN TED for the Best ami Fastest
.selling Plotorlilhlooks and DIbles- Prioos ro.
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5o$ 0Sr day at homne. samile worth
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outOt free. Address II. IIALLET r & CO.,
I 1)11 (OLEIMA" jIUSINEII8 COLLTEGE
o eI * e..' Nwark, N. J. Writ for (Jatalogmno.
AN CER INSTITUT eW; ",o*
relm,enio treatmen~tshar s
tyt on Cancer and
~traordinary cures by ae
et Chermal Cancer
nthoe areeord te
~Lrest of Coner ort
UE8WHEIl ALL ELSE FAILS.
U estosn d Trnesgoo
rhose answering an Advertisement will
uafer a favor npon the Advertiser aind thme
bhabye F sg tat they saw the padver
Helth of Dly,Wnealth of mid
DR. RAD WAY'S
TKI QUAT BLOOD PURIFISL
Pure blood jakes sound as strong bone and
elear skin. IO wotld hv&,our flesh
ubones sou Without carIes, and your om.
le011on fair, use yu o.
A remedy composed of ingredlenth of extraor.
-inary medical properties, essential purify
he and nvigorate the broken own and
Was d -QU10K, PLIMAANT, SAYS and PBUA.
MNT in its treatment and cure.
No matter by what name the complaint may be
desigated, whether It be scrofula, consumpon,
IIle rs, sores, tumors, bol rspl,or
rhom diseases of the lungs,%neys, blad
de,wm,sMn liverg~tomach or bowels,ei
chrealooroonotution ,he virus loin the RI
which supplies the waste and builds and re
these organs and wasted tissues of the
If the blood is unhealthy, the process of
must be unsound.
The Sarsaparlillan Rosolvent
001s Only is A OOMPOnflatig raodyl b.a& secures
the harmonious action of each of the organs. it
establishes throughout the entire system function
al harmony and supplies the blood ves.
sels with a pure and healthy current of
new life. Tzi SKIn, after a rew days' use
of the Sarsapartllan, becomes clear and
beautiful. Phmoles, blotches, black spots and
skin etuptlons are removed; sore% and slcers soon
cured. Persons sufforing from scrofula eruptive
diseases of the eyes, mouth ears legs throat au
gland that have accumulated and sread, either
from uncured diseases or mercury, or from tin:
use of corrosive sublimate, may rely upon a cure
if the Sarsaparillian is continued a sumlent time
to make Its Impression on the symtem.
One bqttle contains more of the aotivo princi.
ples of Medicines than any other Preparation.
Taken in teaspoonful doses, while others requira
Ave or six times as much.
One Dolat a H ott.
R. R. R.
Radway's Ready Relief,
The Cheapest and Best MKedlione for
FaMJly Use in the World.
In from one to twenty minutfs never fails to
relieve Pain with one thorough aplication:
no matter how violent or excruciating the pain,
the Iheumatio, Bed-ridden, InGrm, Cri pled,
Nervous Neuralgi or prostrated with diese
may suer, RADWAY'S READY RELIEF will
agord Instant.ease. &
INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS,
INFLA31MATION OF TUlE BLADDER,
INFLAMMATION OF THE BOWELS,
* CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS,
SORE THROAT, DIFFICULT BEATHING,
PALPITATION OF THE HEART,
HYSTERICS, CROUP, DIPUTH ERIA,
. NEURALGIA, RHEUMATISM,
COLD CHILLS, AGUE CHILIA,
CHILBLAINS AND FROST BITES.
BRUISES, LUMBAGO, SCIATICA,
NERVOUSNESS, SLE RPLISSNESS
COUGHS, COLDS, SPRAINS,
PAINS IN THlE CHIEST, BACK
or LIMBS are Instantly relieved.
IN ITS V.A.RIOUSi FORM~i~., '
FEVER AND AGUE.
FEVER AND AGUE cured for 50 ots. There is
not a remedial agent In this world that will cure
Fever and Ague, and other Afaiarious, Milieus
Scarlet.'I phold Yellow and other lovers (aidedl
REItDWY'SL.1LS) so quickly as RtAD\VAY'$
It will in a few moments, when taken internally
according to the directions cure Cramps, Spasms,
Sour Stomach, Heart burn, hick IIeadache Dysppi
sia, Piitation of the Ilcart. Cold (]hilIvtr~
Pamis Inthe Bowels, Diarrlima D)ysenter.f, Ooi&
Wind in the Bowels, and all Internal Pains.
Travelers should alw a carr a bottle of RAD.
WAY'S lIEAD)Y RELI 'F wit them. *A few
drops In water will prevent sickness,or pains from
chang of water. It Is better than F?renchi Brandy
or Bitters as a stimulant.
Iner and Lumberranen should always
Perfect, Purgative, Soothing, A peri
Onts, Act without Pain, Always
Reliable and Natural
A VEGETA1}LE SUBSTITUTE FORB
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated wit 5s 301
m ure regulate, purify, cleanse and ?c-ng
RADwAY sPra for the cure of all disorders of
the Stomach, Liver IBowel s Kidneys Bladder,
Female Complaints, hervous biseases, l's of Al)
potite, Headache, Constipation, Costiveness, fl I
~eitDyapeP , BilousnessIFever,Infammna
the Internal Viscera. Purely vegetable, contain
ing no mercury, minerals, or dleleterious drugs.
5 Observe the foilloing symptoms resulting
from Uiseascs of the D)lgestive Organs; Consti pa
tion, Inward Piles, Fullness of Blood in te ~
Head, Acidi! of the Stomach, Nausea Heartburn,
Disgust of 'oodl Fullness or Weg!l in the Sto
mach Sour Eructations sinking or F"iuttorlng at
the eart. Clicking or tliTerli Sensations wheon
in alying posture, IDimness o Vision, Dots or
Webs before the S iht, Fever and dull PI'an in the
Head. D)efieiency~ Porspiration, Yellowness of
the Skin and 1ybPain in the Side, Cheat,
Lmbs and Suddh lnshes of Heat, Bt'rning in
A few (loses of RADWAY'S PILr.S will free the
system from all the above-named disorders.
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS.
.PiIe,'25 Cents Per Boit.
READ "FALSE AND TRUE,"
Send a Letter stamp to R ADWAY & CO., No. 811
Warren, Cor. Church St., Now York.
Wlformation worth thousan'ls will be sent
To flme Publc,
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name "RAwAY" is on what you buy,
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