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now A PaTurm is M Au.-In Grea
Britain, Holland, and in some of th
best dairy districts in this country, lan
is selected for a pasture as it is for an
particular crop. Regard is paid to it
adaptability to produce a large amolin
of flue rich grasses. The soil or sod i
prepared to receive the seed, which i
selected with special reference to th,
production of grass to be eaten wbile i
is in its gretu state. Great pains ar<
taken to tenaur the soil as productive a
possible. Water is supplied or draino<
off as the wants of the land require
Weeda and bushes are exterminated o
kept in usubjaetion. Fertilizers are ap
plied as they are to laud devoted ti
cultivated crops. Loose soils are ren
dered wore compact by the use of th
roller, and very heavy soils are loosoe e
by the employ ment of the harrow o:
scarilier. fot farmers in this country
hou ever, neglect all tuebe tings. Lant
is not selected for a pasture. I it it
too zooky, broken. or ditlicult to culti
vate; it it is too wet or ury to product
good crops of corn, graiu potatoes of
roots, it is devoted to ptaturasge. Lane
is selotett for other pu p.sces; but tlit
land ioi pasturage is what was rejecteu
as unstuted for any other use. bome,
times a piece Ot laud originally pruttua
tive, is ouNoted to pasture purposes. I
this is thu cae it is gtneraily alter i1
"has been cropped t,o death." it it
first planted to corn for several years
then sown to gi an fur a period cqull;
loing.and thui, laid down to grass Suitet
for iowing puiposes. Aiter the crul
of grass t,ecomes so light that it seaice'
ly pays iur the woik of cutting, tht
farner concluues that the only tnuq
h-: can do with the land is to duvote il
to bupporting stuck utrilg the buutinue
when tae expjects to make the must uU
o0 them. 'Ihere ae no evideies t
beneficei't dtsign in moat of the pas
tures in this country. They are tht
work of chaice or neglect,
ENDIVE is 0110 of ti" best salads fo
fall ato winter use. Sow for an eal.
spring about the middlo of April. As i
is used mity in the fall itonths th,
main 8OWisb are. iatde in JunO ani
July, lromi which plantatioi.s are form
ed, at of a fout cacti way, in August tn
Seitcnber It ielulies no rpecial soi
or manure, and itter plantintg is key
clear of weeds until the plant has at
tamed its full size, when the proet's o
Lianching begins. This is tilectet b
the gatheinig up the leaves uad tyint
them by their tips in a iicomical forn
with buss niattiig. This txcludes ti
hght and air from the inner leaves
which, In coulse of fron ihree to st:
weeks, accorhing to the teniperature ia
the time, become blanchetl. Anuthe
and siupler iethod consists in cuvorinl
Up the piants as they grow with slats o
botuds, which servo the satne purposi
by excluding the hight as the tying up
THE wonderful het tits of drain tiling
are bt.con,ing more tl)piarent iliiy. lr
Jau.es Gibson, of 1'ratnklin township
has reclaimed a field of sixty acres b
tiling. This piece of land was littl,
better than a swawup. Ouly here ant
there were there patclies ut ground thu
-could be cultivatea in time Oryest c
weather. By laying a few hundrett rod
of linug, he is eniabled to c!ultivat
nearly the whole fuild. I*n aaddit.ioi
tlth rto hthe d 1haMI .a.n warnn.d ii
va ne ab ut ncpr acre. The valui
.anrd beneuits of tiling are only beginnin1i
to be luhly unideistood. Thoumsanids u
acres in tory cour ty will be speuhil:
reclainied by niLtterdrainp;ii, wvhich wil
make it one of the richiest stock coun,ties
in the Stiate.
TnE green covermng or so called 1mo05
whiich iaccumulaihtes Onl planit pots is al
ways injurious to the plant. "A b)righi
pot mattes a healthy plantit," is the gar
dener's rule. lT'a green covering as ni
alga, a y ant closely related to tie seo
weed, it atti much ini I he samte was
as glazing ntould atct in stopping thi
pores o1 the put aind allowing~ no circa
lation of air. .It sbould bo scrubbed bi
as olten as it al PLats with sam and wat
TuE diferenice ini Hwettetes of mnapli
sap from trees in the msameneiighborhioo,
suggesis the query uhelher v'arivtic
excelling in sweet esa inay not be estab
hished by careful select ion oh seed ironm
the best. It, is not, however, certian
that the anitouint of sweetniess does. nol
depond miainly oan location and richanesi
of the soil. The 'aweetest miapIl Mia
comies from trees oii a ridge, perhiap.
because the gi ounat is less moist ai
less ap is furnished.
GRIAPEVINa insects aIr. imumerouis. Al
soon as the young shoots start a smal
caterpillar wial of ten be tondn rolled ini
in the young loaves, an d shoulid be re
movedt. AS soion na thie vino is iin lew
er the rosebuiga will at tack the blossomna
This insect cian bot ketjt ini subtjectioi
only by catelhmg and ka dhng it. la oenimi
morming thay are toipid anid may bi
- shaken Iron. the vimies. Catch them in
pan holding a littlo unater upon wiil
there floats a Ilnim of keroseno.
As A cement for lace' wounids Dr. Hias
k uses the follau ing, wich Is consid
ered well adapted to large wvounds: l3ui
a quart ol pine tar slowly for 3 hours,
then acid Jour ounces of taillow mind .in
of beeswax, and star well, T1hena rr
movc fiom the fire. and tam the n.ixtun
thickens by coonug, st,r ian a pound o
5ifted clay, and keep stirrmng till 'old
In sun mner this cumenL is just, sol
enough to fpreail ni ith a knaife.
A OUJLTJvATE'D e op thrives ini propor
tioni to tue ellectiveness of the cutiva
tion. 'lo i.aupo that, tie killinig ti
'Weedls is tLe only purpose oh the cult.e
Vatting oh a crop is a nistake. A pre
mu-m crop) of potatoes was hood evoc
day in the seniomn util the crop wIa
gathered. Stirriig of thme soil is 'giativ
alent to fertilization, and11 as long al
there is room to puaass between ihe rows
a weekly working of the soil~- the suirfiac
only-wiil be bencileial.
IT is estimated, after a number of ex
banstive tests, tha.at cor11 will abiriak
from the time it is husked from th<
field or shock ini the autuminn aund store.
in well-protected crab)s, fromt twenty t<
thirty per cent. iii spring. Thle sountdes
and best corn shrinks the least, or 2
per cent. So that fort,y cents a bushe
in the fall is na good t.> Lheaeclier as lit2
cents in the spring.
Tus advantage of grinding the col
end corn together Is not altogether ii
the nttlmpnt of the cob, but becausi
the cob, be1 iag a coarser and a spoang;
material, gives bulk, and divides. an
separates the fiue meatl, so as to allow
free circulation of t he gaatric juic
tMrough the mass in the stomach.
b Pnm APrLU GLAol.--Peel the fruit
and then with a small pointed knife out
I out the eyes; then s1o the fruit cross,
r wise and about hail an inch thick; put
i these as sliced into a bright copper pro
t serving basin, two-thirds full of coli
a water; place on the tre and slowly boi
a them until they are so tender that the.
i can be easily punctured with a skewer;
t then take them out with a perforated
i skimmer and throw them into a tub of
a cold water; when all are done take their
I from the water and lay them in layer
upon hair sieves to draiu. Alter whioL
r pack in layers in earthen tureens; III
the tureuns about two-thirds full of the
blanched fruit and cover them witt
boiling hot sirup. Lay a plate on top
0o the fruit in each tureen in order t:
t keep it submeiged: sot aside till next
day. The next day having come, take
etenn tureoun in rotation, pour the con.
tents, sirup and fruit into a preserving
k kettle; place on the lire and make scald
ing hot, and return it to the tureen; sel
y aside again till next day, repeat thn
process for live succehsivu days or until
the truit has beo,,mo in ly saturated
with sugar; then wake all hot and drain
St ff the sirup trom the iruit; return the
iruit to the tureuns, aid boil sirup tc
the consistenoy ot molasses and p.,ur it
boning hue e.vor the iru.t, auai when
cold cover it. It is now preserved anl
ready for setvice at any time. Keep ii
in a coot, dry o llar. Wnen you wist:
to glace it pour it into a pan, m..ke lie
and craiu oil' the sirup through a coarat
sieve .1oil a few poundb of irosh, si
p1) birup to thu string, rt mive from the
Ore aiu iot stand for live wuinutes; thon
with a small wooden spatula nub sonc
vi the sugar against the sido of the p, n
in order to c.tuu a slight grauulation,
sorap this down itn.t stir it into the
Uudy u thu sirup, and thou imiaudiately
thiow kinto it, live or six ptieuw at a tit
ut the draied iruit; cover it with ti
sirup amit at once Aft iu cut with at largc
tw.,-prot gud forK, and lay each piecou,
rso as nut to Lutloii each other, upon wirt
dratinerb; iit twenty ntittut,e8 tnoy wil,
ou e ry enotuga to i.au-.ilu. Ttiy mai3
Llheii Le p..ukul, but nore than ,two o
tureO la.>ers, in suitale boxes, with ,
alheut 01 bLout, ptapur Uutweun cacti layer,
Many persons stiuply warmt and draii
the pi,ebervel fuit, thou spread it oul
on boa ie i until it is aupicicutly dry tt
hanl. 1. thou pait it in boxes for tiht
A Voice frolin the Northwest.
MILWAUKls, Wit.--Tae Dui.y Senti
nel, W11cl, is the lcinlg mornitti paplc:
ul this ."tatte, writes: 81. Jacob's Oil, tii
wonderf l remedy for rheumatism, ha
t been used by a I rge number f peoplu it
rtils city, aind with lIcet truly mu"arvelous
Cunauty PAsra. -To iaako this do
ligltttut cont Otiun, seloot somo of tih
heSt ilad ripeast herlies; extract hot
tho stalks aud stoies; put thorn into t
copper pitseiving pan, ilways remem
ic"-ritlg the iulu laiid down in the article
on htrawberrics-liever under any oir
cuistatincs to tise any tin inl coniect"ioi
with iod iruits. Now ilali the pulp
plae) tiluo pan over the fire and boa
until tlie fruit is soft; keep stirring thi
t m0plp constanly while it is Over the fire
Pasa5 andi prima thirtugh a hair sieve
For leery pIounld or fruit add three
qiuiirters of ai poitui of' bos finely pul
verized suari. PlaCe i'g.ain oveor tIn
now. Allow toi simmer onlv, and kooi
conistanttly in motion by stirring uint,
lile pulp11 is reduc(o<a to thao consistonoe
of a thick miarmialado. Nowv remnovi
1f0om the lire, anud sproadl the fruit 02
sheets of paper. P,aco in the hot close
to dtry. Al.er' thet fruit has becuma
athoronigbly dried, it may be formeod int<
knots or rinigs ait tict uap into variou.
-ahlijies, plain or fanciiful, anud thon orys
tail:aId. Jlly is a v'ery uniuiaa forn
ini watel to hserve tiro cherry, but it wvii
be found to tho very dtl;oious, Yoi
tini.not, miake a pericoet jelly otf chorr1
loni.e, By ilading 25 por ceoit. of cui
ranlts to 1th icherry the Ithing can bei
-done, andh inl such a inannaer as onl,
hieighatena thLe geniuine ehierry flavor.
* *"WVise men say nthingl in dlanger
01n5 ImeHs.'' Wise tmena use nothing itl
dhantgerdius diseaases but, tihe be'st a nd( meal
ap)pro)velliremaeities. 'Thus Kidney-Wor
is employed univesaly ii cases of diseas
ed !!ver, kiney andic bowels, it wall cost
you but a trille to try it, and the result
will bie most delhght,fuli.
AI27Milhonse or packages of the Dia.
miondi Dy~es hav~e been sohl without a smlgic
comaipl.ainI. Elverywhere they arc the fa.
WALL~r PAruusa. -Wall papora copy thn
desig s of tapestry, velours andit ot,be
b raidinga and gilt cord( wvork. As w<n
hiavo already said, thu colors are lighter
and( are in auf t low tones, and tho fig
- ure4a cover the grouiid well. Frod
paipers for recep1t otn rooms anid parilor
hlaivo copper, bronz ., siver or gill
grounds withI floril andh ant iqut demign
o1 u ta colors. A wide frieze alt thae
to p is very genierally used, buit the dtad<
Iis inot iisistedi upon(~l unaless the ceilini
is v'ery high. Leaathears arc coid ii
pnpler for halls andia dimiig rooms, Somuu
of the best hiouaes uso th ma naterial o:
t he fuariumro covorinags altogether foi
wall huaninugs, but this is too costly foi
I saiw so muchi saud ablout the merits of
hlop itters. and may wife who was always
cl>ctoriine,atd never well, teased mec so ur
1. gently to gett hcr somew, 1 conichlded to be
iahmbugied hagain; andi I am glad I did, for
in Iess thiatn two months' use of the Bitters.
- nay ife wais ciuredl, andiu she has remained
so for cha.hteen mntha sin1c. i lake such
humtabuggaing. -I. Tr., 8t. Paul.-"F'lo
TlaKED Jk)MPANo.--After the fl190 I|
adresaseud, trimi off' the is andi tail, bul
leavhci on lihu head; lay it ini a huitioret
andl a very littlia grated nutmeg; ij
one taleapoioi nul of finely chiolpo
parsley with three of cracker dust, an<
a sl-slp)oiaful oIf sialt, aund pour thn
-over the floha; pouri into the dish a pin
of light wime andl a gill of any goes
broth or gravy; piaeo the dish1 ini a ho(
I oven, and haiku thai j)popan for twent;
Sminuttes; wvhein it as done serve it hot ii
t the dhiah in whilh it was buaked.
I lahve you lIe.art l>itease Int any form
if so use Dr. Ghraives' iheart liegislaator; 3a
ye'ars have prove'd it a aure remetdy for or
gaaoc or symnpathetic Hleart Disease. $
peir bottle at dtruggsts.
IN just ien hours tafter declaring tla
3 he had soen a whale 18i) ftot long, 1
r Now Bedlord sea claptalin wast taken watt
I spasms andi dijed. Oue hundre 1 feet n
pretty long for a whalme story. and oeo
3 that wou;d protbably be lollowed b;
CONOLUSIVa evidence; An Austin miu I
who made a prolonged trip through a
Mexico gives us some interesting details
of his trip. He says that when he was ?
in the (Jity of Mexloo ho was shown ~
through some of the old buildings, eon- ,
vents and jails that were erected by the a
Spaniards. In the wall of one of those a
ancient buildings he noticed a small a
opening and he naturally inquired of v
his Mexican guide what it meant. 0
He was told that it was one of the build- ?
inga in wuich criminals were walled up
alive, "What was the use of that hole e
in the wall?" "Well, Senor, you see, as i
long as the prisoner lived his food was n
handed in to him on a plate and he tI
handled the empty plate back, but when ti
he handed the plate back with the food
on it untouched, then the jailer knew
the prisoner was dead already and didn't '
give him any more."
"Used Up." a
What Is the precise meaning of this familiar a
phrase whea enployed to signify an unnatural t
condition of the body and mind? - It moans ex.
haustion, languor, want of vital energy, mental H
apathy-a pitiable state of physical and mental
helplesatess. The best, and in fact the only per
fertly reIntlale ranacea for a "used up" system in
that mo,t popular and potent of medicinal at mu.
lants Ilostetter's Stomach Bitters. No matter i
whe her the healit has been broken down by ex- r
c'sslve I abor, over- ttudy, an insalubrious atlnos. -
phere, anxiety, irregularit.es in diet, dissipation a
or any other cat', this powerful and p1 'asant p
veg table restur,atvo wilt soon recruit thme droop. tl
Ing on--rgtea of nu ure, restoiinir the integr ty of
the nerves, and !o-e-tahl ahing that functional
regularity wiuch is oontlat to animal v:gr and a
ho,u'tul fr:aun 'tf mindl. As a cure for dalitlf, in t
all its varled m-iNfestations, lostetter'a Stomach d
13.ttera isn unua:,roauhed by any tonic in the ma
A DOWN-TOWN restaurant, whose din- o
mg-halls and cuisine cover vast areas of n
floor, employ only colored men for wai- d
"Do you know T prefer the colored t
waiter to the white one?" said a lady t
lately dining there. I
"Mention a point of superiority, a
please," roturned her companion. r
'ortainly. Do you observe those y
douole swinging doors dividing kitchen k
from dining-room? You do? Well, the g
colored waiter, when passing through, I
holding his tray aloft, always Opens the b
door by a kick of his toe, and closes r
them by a kick of his heel, showing a
equal grace nud facility in either case. v
Now, the white wrliter has not the heel t
t for this double-forward-and-baok--aotion '7
kicking. Boo I"
"Yes, I see. By the way, why
wouldn't the dark men excel in opera ?"
The irazor Akin (in:a-se
la t,bo b-at. ism the nrt.ror. It is the ot)st
eeononilai ad chap, -ot, one hox Iaatin; ac
Ilun; a, two of anly titer. One greasmg will
last two woontS. It reclvotl first premiumn at I
tit O -ntenn'al and l'ri iExp IatiM, al1o I
uto.ialrs at variotus Stato fairs. Buy no other.
Evuny man has his prioe: Onee upon
a time, when General Noy, the Duke of
Elohmigen, who committed suicide last
year, was commanding the cavalry at
Versailles, it circus manager was intro
- ducetd who came to obtain a dozen ciui
raasiors to take part in the grand tri
urophal entree of his circus. "Oh, I
I supposo you can have them," answered
3 the Duke. "What'll you pay them?" I
"Three francs a head." "Three franusi"
exclaimed the Dutke, who was very pru
- donit ill moneoy matters; "why, man, I'11
- go myself I"
I tmusm ptaruIeu(m, uL'priveu-or its color
and disagrenable odor without disillation
Iantd thc a1l(1 of acits or alkalIes, 1s what
the Carbohino is made from. As new Im.
p lrove(i and perfected it Is a beautiful
ipreparationt,nd performs all that Is claIm.
e d for It as a hair restorer.
>MAKINo hiasto slowly; A young ouple,
to wVhomi parting is most sweet sorrow,
-eongago a hack to cdrive them home from
ithe Ibois b)y tihe hour. The coach mani
I takes in the situation and drives home
with fond, reluctant, amiorous delay.
When his fare settles the bill the jarvey1
is unmible to represts his disgust at the
nitsmllness of the tip. 'One franc extra,"
hesas with an expression of profound
dlissttfa'cttin, m"and I madoe all the
haste I couldnt I"
FOR n'YsIp.lyst, iNIbltOiIN, depiresusion of splir..
Iitsi tial ge a'a alaa-bd m t i,a he iv ain Ifurms; also
as a pa vutih nu.nmlist lever andia aigae andm other
mantein aiutent fe-vers, athe "Ferro- l'haat.lphoad I
flahx a-r f t'allsi'am" inne lay Cams weli, ilitzair & Co.,
New York, iandl so,ld by all iDrugm.t 4a, as the hest
taite'; inal lair il atns recaoverinlg fronm fever or
out-e sicknies, ii hats no equaal.
A suramoit heinig, anyway: A tiny
litle fellowv livima int an Eastertn city, I
hutt atway onit ont the borders,. where cir
cituet did not comio or processions and
who hadi never soon a sohalior in full rig,
wa is sont to the door b)y his mother, wvhor
heard the bell ring. It was Colonelv
S-. ini full regimontails, as it was the
day of the ilnaugutration of the Governor.
"'Tdll your mother, little man, to please
comoc to the door a moment; I wan't to a
specak to her. ' Charlie went up stairs
Iando app)ienrod hefore his motheor withj
the most awe-struck face. "mMamma,
there is some oane at the door wanitt to
see you " "Who is It, my Non?" "1
don't know, butt I tink it?a God."
leart Dl)ls as baarotnecht many to an
untimely grave. ETe heart is as liable as
othier or-gants to disecase; If you have It even
in the slightest form use Dr. Gravos'
Heart Rtegulator. l1. per bottle.
HIAnyVanO compliments to Yale: "I
doa't know," replied alontmorenci cut
tingly, wit.h a polite tile," but. 1 know
a main wvho hatt( twims so much alike
that thte only waty to tell 'cm apart wats
to soend one to Hlarvard anid one to Yale.
ThIen oneo cne back a g.entleman and
one a Connecticnt routgh."'.
Dhrmoation, Nutirition atad Se-r,tI.a muisi ali he p.i r
faet la aa lrer tai nimaataan am ihenthay b.o.my. TPia soeur a
ti-, ainota mrg .aa maauat ia.rf arm it arti. iad thai bilood
ruatata ama the body' sapt paalre. ii airo Is aiways onm
bodyi~, we-akona hiai .tlity, thien~ai haa b.oA ana dim
oral, r lao hadty. Aarea la ah a maiaatiaata r.-ia-d oni vego.
Itloe reann-diaa.to purfy thm. tlnod manmd i'rovant ditsenso
and th llaa am m ft at it ornu-mam Vegaetable I'ilie bo
S cana.a chiauaae. Aitidrug,haata sell mhe,an
A DESPtATCHi from Ioedford, 1lnd , says
that "'so raipidl.j haive fores Increase d In
thtis section during the last few years
that farmers are unmablc to anicoasfully
raise poultry." Anmy lox that cant exist'
Iont Indlina lhens is entitled to his~ life
and a pensionl when lie gets old and
"Wells'iiealih lteneweir"restoaresthalth andl vigor
cures Dya,peia, impotanenace, Sexiul lteihlty, $1.
A rALL during a high tlight: "Gentle
monx of the jury," was the impassioned
p)erorationi of a lawyer in a cit.y court a
few days ago, "Gaid knows my client is
innocent, anti what is more to the per
poso0, I know it t"
Nervous debuility, time curse oi theoAmeorican pee
ple,mimchaelyyield, to tane actmuon of Ithown's
NONEt but the guhlty can be long and
- Shout the lad Tidings."
Mrs. TuoMAS ATkrSOx, of No. I9 fling Street, b
'rovideuce, Ii. t., ja the exultant multitude in ]
la.l praise and th iving, Mrs. A. tays:
"A few months ,ao. was taken serionsly ill and
bilged to give op my accustomed household du.
les, and receive meedical treatment, and grow
rorse continually until I was cononed to my bed,
1 spite of the doctor's prescriptions and the best fi
dvlce that I could get. My sufferings were very t)
evere front the exoruciating pains in my back,
ud my legs were very badly swollen, attented
rlth severe pains, which were supposed to be
au' ed by the rheumatism. A friend of mine who
asled to see me urged me to try Hunt's Itemedy,
tatng that he kuew of the wonderful cures of
overal parties who bad taken this medicine, In
ases which seemed very much like mine, except.
ig that they were In much worse condition tian I
,as. I consented to try the itemedy, and begun r
take It as directed, and before I had finished t
tking one bottle the improvement in me was a
real, and it continued constantly, so that after I 'i
ad taken less than three boules I was able to re- a
umo my household duties and do my work easily, i
lIthough I had been confined to the boil several (.
ceks. The swelling of my limbs has disappeared,
nd the lameness and pains in my back are gone,
It gone. For all of which, under t1.e blessing of n
kind Proviilence I am indebted to Hinl's Item
y and I bi"l eve tlhat it is my duty and privilege
Inform all who are suffering in like manner of il
me rem-irkable curat ive and restorat.ve powers of fi
its remetly, which I cheerfully reconinend to all
ho are afflicted wilt Kidney D sease and Dropsy." t
"Never Known to Fall."
flits motto was adopted some years ago for the
'onderful Kidney m.-t'uine ltinthRo'nRedy. It
as a bold banner to carry, for Hunt's Remedy is
icommnmiented for some of the in st fat.tl m.ladiles
-Bright's diseases and all kidney, bi ideror, liver s
n i urinary complaints. Hlmus iteneuly, the 11
reat k'dney and uver medioine, is inrueed a post- 0
ve euro, and really is "never known to fail."
IN a private circle the tither evening n
he Rev. Edward Everett Hale related a u
roll incident of his early clerical exa d
orience, He went to Northampton to
reach, and in the vestibule 'of the 0
huroh was stopped by a venerable
inn,'who said to him: "I'm dreadful
eaf, sir, and don't always hear all that s a
ai i; but I wish you would speak the tl
ext lond, for when I bear a young man's
ext I know what lie's going to say, and
can sort of follow along." A clerical
needote which may go with this is one
elating to the RBv. Dr. Calvin E. Stowe, S
chose misfortune it is usually to be 0
nown as the husband of his distin- ?
uished wife. Any one who has seen
)r. Stowe, with his florid face, large e
cad and white hair will appreciate the
esemblance to th patron saint which
aust.d a little fellow of three to cry out
'ery audibly when Dr. Stowe rose in
he pulpit: "Oti, mamma, mamma I
'here's Santa Claus 1" .
*"Men are but sorry witnessesin their
Bwn cause." The praise of Kidney-Wort
eomes from the moutbe of those who have
been made strong and hi a'thy by it. Lis-en:
"It is ciring everybody," writes a drug
tist. "Kidney-Wort is the most popular
medicIne we sell." It >hould be by right,
or no other medicine has such specico ao
ion on the liver, bowels and kidneys
st" i.ake your old things look like new
ly using the DiUamond Dyes, and you will
)e happy. Any of the fashionable colors
or 10 cents.
A FASHIONADLB picce of furniture is
ialled the sofa table; it is ab,ut two
eet high, and if stabled in the bedroom
s very efficient in pitchiug paterfamliai
n his nose when lie has rushed out of
)ed to answer a howl from little John
KALAMAzoo, Mion., Feb. 2d, 1880.
I kntow Hop Bitters will bear recom
mendation honestly. All who use them
and give them credit for making cures
all the proprietors claim for them. 1 have
kept them since they wet-e first offered to
the pubho. They took high rank from
the first, and nmatmed it, and are more
called for than all others combined. Bo
long as they keep up their high reputation
for purity and usefulness, I shall continue.
to recommnendi them-something I have
never before done with any other patent
medicine. J. J. BIABCOUK, Mi. D).
7/ac past winter, at a large nutmboer of
>r'ivato and oflciatl soirees, in Paris, the
iloctrisi light lhas beeni used from stor
ige batteries in a very siill manner.
L'he aceumiulatora are cairied in a voht.
ilo which is stationed in front of the
tonse, and electric wires are conducted
.hrough- the windows. Incand1escent
amps are placed in the ordinary cande
abhraq, and the titting of the most comn
>Iex lighting is an-afair of ia very few
Ainother Lile Saved.
.C. Orany, oh Dam'levillh', Aia., wrges us.
"I have b,een using your D)r. Win ilis
taleani for the Lungs, mand ] cnn Say, oii irn trut, It
i fr supior to animy oth 'r Litng prop~ Irautidon in
ho world. My moothier was couineid to her be1(
[mr weeks w~ih a couglh iand hadl every atten
lou by as grooi iushyaieinn- as there are ini lie
unutry, ad they all faied to olTeet a enre; tint:
ihen 1 goi one binttle of your D)r. Win. ltall a
laisamiu for the Ti.ugs. She beg~an to meiiu rnght
wayi. 1 ('ani say in truth, thati it was the inueans of
aivinitiher life. I knoCw or lIve cases that Dri. Wim.
binla ital:n hai s l en' ured, aii my~ mT her us betier
ow thani she ii;., lieen biefore for twenty yearas.'
A PETNNnVLtANIA mnl has a monse in
mis ofliot' wichi "ninigs and chir'ps all
light like a bird." We can mutggest
iothiing to mecet the emerg~ency unless
t is a good-sized( hungry cat.
For Tiik Hends,
Heaivy Itomacha, bilious cohditions--Wells' May
Lp)pile'Pill-nti-b,ilionis, 'athmartic. lo amnd 25,r.
Loox not mournfully iuto the past;
t can)not como back again; wisely im
>rove the present-it is thme.
ErLit ORovi, N. C.-lDr. 0. N. Roher.ion says:
'I prescribe Brown's Iron Bitters and find it nll IL
r ecommiended to be."
i'EoPfa wlo do not cnre, do not say
to. Tne soldier who is not afraid, never
oasts that he fear.. no halk.
StudIets of Mumic, Literature and the
Ilme Arts, will find valuable informuation
In the Ne~w Calendar of the New England
D")nservatory of Music, which will be sent
tree to all apphieante. Address, . 'ToUiR,TR,
1Frankln Sq., B>)ston, Mass.
NOTHING so adds to the treasures of
hte mind atid increases its powers as its
hinking. Learn to think for yoturself.
Rhleumnatie-G outaline, Dr. Elmore's, 105
W illimn St.,N. Y.,Is the onlyoreal curatire ever
discor'ered foi' rheuimiatism, andl best remedy
k nown for' kidney, liver aund stomach diseas
es. Abundant proofs. Send for circulars.
Wa often excnse our own want of
>hilanthrophy by giving the name of
anaticism to the more ardent zeal of
(IASTRINI- cures dlyi4popsia. What niore
lo you waiit? Ask your driuigglst for it.
LiASTRtINE, isini liquid loitp.
GoD never accepts a good Inclination
notead of a good action, where that
tetion may be done.
Emory's Little Cathartic Pill-beat made
or Liver (Jomplaint and BuiOusness.
T'asteless, harmless, 'nfalible. 1to.
THE best throw with the dice is to
blrow them away.
A is stated that the distinction of
aving made the deepest sounding in
e Atlantic ever recorded has been
obieved by the Coast Nlurvey steamer
liako, which recently returned,, after a
wo month's survey. The deepest
Dunding ever beforo reported was 8,862
lthoms, while the depth reached by
ie Blake was 4,501 fathoms. The
lace of sounding was 75 miles north of
an Juan, Porto Rico, and not far from
!e point whore the first-mentioned
epth was recorded.
Dr. Pierces's "Favorite Prescription"
erfectly . nao permntently cures those dis
ases peculiar to females. It is tonic and
ervine, effectually allaying and curing
hose sickening sensations that affect the
tonaclh and heart through reflex action.
'ho back-ache, and "dragging-down" son
ations all disappear nuder the strengthen
ig effects of this groat restorative. By
The black magnetic sand that is found
i abundance in the washings of our
old mines is, by a now process,utilized
i the manufacture of cast steel direct
om the sand. Eight pounds of sand
ield five pounds of steel. The slag
tat is left is valuable as cement for fire
tught their daughters i it "a stitch in time
aves nine." A pi;l in time saves not only
ine, but oftentimes an incalculable amount
suffering its well. An occasional dose of
or. ilerce's Pellets (Little Sug iar-coated
ills), to cleanse the stomach ind bowels,
ot only prevents diseases but often breaks.
p sudden attacks, when taken in time. uy
The Lancet condemns the now article
f female attire called the "criuoletfte."
b is an impediment to walking, induces
a uneven bodily tempeaature, adds
nother to the niany burdens borne by
.e waist, andi bids fair to compete with
rinoline in cncouragmg a prev alence
f deaths by fire.
For weak lungs, spitting of blood, weak
:omaclh, nigh sweats, and the t arly stages
t Consuiption, "Golden Medical Discov
ry" is specific. By druggists.
Exposure to light and air will destroy
bonito. Strange to say, merchants
nd others appear to neglect this fact,
ud no doubt experience considerable
s. Caoutohouc tubing ought, when
ot in use, to be kept in a lark place
ud in water, to which a little ammonia
nay be adried if the rubber begins to
how any signs of cracking.
Ladies and chllttien's boots and shoes
annot run over if Lyon's Patent Heel
itifeners are used
A trace of copper may be found in
>read made of wheat, and it comes from
he wheat itsolf. In 1,000,000 parts of
he grain Doctor Vander Berghe found
1.24 of metallic copper, and the same
luautity of outs gave in the analysis
.0.8 of copper,
Dr. Kline's Grear. Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the age for all nerve diseases. All
its stopped free. Send to 931 Arch Street,
The Commissioner of Patents has rc
3ently decided that in interfercnec cases
oefore the Patent Ofli.o, to determine
who is the prior inventor, the wife of
iither coutestant may appear as a comn
Use St. Patrick's Salve, and learn its great
vnine. One trial convinces.
A liking for ono-etory factories has
been <developed among tihe manufactu
rers of New England, and they are be
ing built in many eases where the na
ture of sites permits. They are said to
bie economical, handy, safe, and free
from that vibration which looms impart
to tall structures.
Thait HIusbanct of Mines
[a three times tihe main hie was before he biegan
using Wells' Health lienewer. $1. lruggIsts.
Sonnows remembered sweeten present
K Eox UK, TOwA.-Dr. 10.. EC Futller says'l,, :have
used1 Brown's tronl i.tters in my own fatidy witti
It is said that staam and air-tight
rubber packing may be mads by birush
mag it over with a solution of powdered
resin in ton times its weight of water.
The packing is ready in about four
The pills are warranted to be VUIRi,Y vege.
table, free fromt all minerat litnd oter poisonous
suanlItces. 'They are a certain cure for Consti
maiIon, Slik l',-adatche, Dyspoeps.i, lidliusneBS,
rIorptll Lmver, Lo'ss of App,et,lte, and all disteases
trising from tne
LAie, Siounachs, Blowels or
Theiy remove alt obistructlins from the chtannielsi
if tihe system andl' purify time btloodi, thlereb,y imi
parting health, strengt h and vig or. Holdi by dIrug
giets, or sent by mail for 28 cents in stin ps by
P. NEUJSTAED)TER & 00.,
83 Mercer St., New York,
Sole Mau facturers of ST. BElRNAIt D VEGE-.
Send for einrculan.
5 FOR THE PERMANENT CURE OF j
Noe othor disease is soprovale nt in this cun.
i* trynss constl pat.lnn, n no wnmedvy has ever
*equalled the colobrated Kiudnoy-Wort as a g
E cure. Whatever the causo.,however obstinate M
IS the ease, this roendywmi overcopnoit,
STilHe distressing m-o
y strengthens the weakened patt and quickly d
o euree aul kinds of 1'iles oven when physicians g
e and medicines have boforo fatild.
0. 's-W1-f yunhavo eith.r,of these troublos 12
PRiME $1. USE Druggistese ol
"CULLEW S ANTISEPTIC,"
COunlteraicts the offena-ive odoro of the fret amid tody
SiulIe4arma a aoo ad is lae If l1t
adise enveld e (oto iv rnctyodr o rek dy
nuond, Va,. Aend for eirouiar.
YOUNG MEN (i'ir wona)fii*"*Wad
hcr'aranteedi enmploymtent, addcres,s I'. W. iIC IM Ada,.
87AN .% "*u*r""ree* hM
66 a weea in your own town. Terms ad s8
outfIt free. Address HI. HALLETT & 00.
"THE SB? ST1 OHEAPUST."
0GIM-T H R ES H ERS""",
(lr,steP o alacinWIefe lour bale
mii rIsto i A rit.tat aC. asield
"i F ~ ~ tr7 , i ;t W
--r FOR PAIN.
Relieves and cures
Soreness, Cuts, Bulses,
And all other bodily aes
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
Hold by alh Druggists ana
D)ealera. Directions In 11
iI IP I The Charles A. Vegeter Co
(Sutesors to A. YOOBU1.BA ee.)
,. ... . ,i llimore. ltd.. U.S.A
Hop Bitters are the Purest and Best
Bitters Eer Made,
They are compounded front hops, Malt, l3uuhu,
Mandrake and Dandeiton,-tne oldest, best, and
most valuable medticnes in the world and coutata
all the best and tuost curative properties of all
other remedies, being the greatest Blood Puriier,
Liver legulator, and Life and Health Itestoriug
Agent on earth. No disease or Ill heaith can pos
sibly long exist where these Bitters are used, so
varied and perfect are their operations.
They give new life and vigor to the aged and in
rirm. To all whote employntents cause irregu
larity of the bowels or urinary organs, or who r
uire an Appettzer,Tonlo and mild Stimulaut,liop
Bitters are invaluable, being highly curative, tono
and stimulating, without intoxicating.
No matter what your feelings or symptoms are,
what, the disease or ailment is, use hop Bilters.
Don't wait until you are sick, but it you only feel
bad or inlaerable use litp Bitters at once. It nsy
savo ydur life. ilutreds have been saved by so
doing. $500 will be paid for a case they will not
curo or ielj.
Do not suffer or let your friends suffer, but use
andi urge them to uso Hop Bitters.
Iemenember, Hop' Bitters is no vile drugged,
drunken nostrum, but the Purest and host 1ldi
emne ever matte; the " invalitl's P'riund and Rupe,"
anl no person or family should be without tuenu.
Try the Bitters to-day.
IS A SURE CURE
for all diseases of the Kidneys and
-- LIVER --
It has speciflo action on this most important
organ, enabling it to throw off torpidity and
inaction, atimulr.ting the healthy secretion of
the Bile, and by keeping the bowels in free
oondition, oflboting ito regular disoharge.
M a a , It you aroeuffering from
malaria, have the chills
are bilious, dyspeptio, or constipated. Kidney
Wort will surely roliovo and quickly cure.
In the Opring to oleanse tho System, every
one should talao a thorough course of it.
E1- SOLD BY DRUOISTS. Price SI.
' I I I i*' '
othing In the wuMeld equnf to it for the
cure of Serofla. Pimple., Hull. 'etter, Old Sores,
Bore Fyes, Mercurial Di.teses, Catarrh, Loss of
Appetite, Fenale Comnplatuts, and all Bleod
diseases. It nevesr falns. All druggits and
country store keepers sell it. I i . M e11e10
A t'o., Prop',, Pittsburgh, on every bottle.
CIRES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS,
lestCoughyrup Tastes good.
Use in time. $old by rtgiiist. *
In the human body EIt ADIOATIi E b nsing
CLARK' WfR M SYIUpI
A n nid-im eamedy Safofe inud cilectiu
gal ian itse nawtin. P'r-meu 1)3 eent bottle.
WFFORL 5ALE BY ALL. IimUY(E4iWe
. AarveAous suess.
& nsatnt P'ersens ilostored
cure for ANrv AjJectietes. Fits.,) Iisy, etc.
Ne'Al. .1ut.R if takcen as directeud. Nu 1.ts after
Jfrst e/ys rure Treatise anet $o trial lotofree to
Fit patients, they paying expresschargeson1tie, when
otlrte i o 3i u k .INiq : A rc 5. I. ltad.,ti a.P.
lirui.gtsts. BEWA RJI OF /MITA TING FR AUDS.
831 Arch Ht., Phlila Pt. Aicelu fr.to, stamps fort re
ply. Will iao at Idratnch OlTeut theae uda -s of each
mnonth: Ketontiio lios, Readingu.. Pa. 2d. laturday of
each1 miontt' :iIer<hitey i onio, I in, ritburgi. Pa.. 'h andt
Sith it. Clair iI tiel. Pttsbutrgh. Pit.. 'ith antd 8th Outs
ter 'ionso. Fotrt Wayne Iind 'tl and 10th; Uommer-l0
ci lintel. Chtie.iuo, I ii, 12th andt I:ltht.
OLPRMAN tUsitNEuts t:t0l1.l,-oit,Newark N.J. Torma
/68401. iPoiitonst tor gradtos,it. Wr ite for circulart'
A ukINTM WVANTIFD fr time Bes Su Fastteat
sollig Pict,riat Books amid Bibles- Prices ro
nced :i tier cent. NATIONAL t'Un. (Co.. Philada., Pa.
"Lady Howard's Pealof Beauty."1
(hant Elegant! Frasgrasat Iitrunle's!
R iwett ly remoltves Frekles, P'imma,tes, Mith.
Patelies, Tant. andt iyeiry stlpiaetillt u toeauty
mt -thi tin thelm kiats e. an ..nloov, and thie rsts
hales iton brilltinnfly laenu,ilSui! Filesh and'
peariil itits-hiietsoie- So eeitic sIB isse I 6010.
every where Hait p)a)itd. .u.ecurtly eonclostcm, for 600.
cturroney tar iostago itt smps. (or 2 rot $5 iS).
BI. MI. EEUNTER. PERlFUYIER,
15t) N, 1ttt St.. P'luatodeliihan.
1t8 l--Stnd 25a for Ja 'd, or 5ile, for Nick led
Itent t,ar.. liolago.tunL>i. Aul-rrots, OlEO. DlIABBILEf.
PHO~TOS "'' RI"''n """e- e r" **e
(. E. M iL LEa, iketlanice. Ohio.
The unid relpned are exten<itely enigaged in soli ng
FAltaMH. This ittli lit of informtion is JInlporttlnt to
yu iifO y if at) buy, as wnt have very mantiy fiar mi
I or sal thiat e dtesirantoe as to locattion, soil, ehmasto
soc.oty anid markets. Write us what you want an d w,
canm suilt you. Hpociamon iiapori seat tree to any ado
dires. We iterd excellent ptocket maps ot' ~iMrya nd
Virginia andi West V'irgiinia by mil postpiad iAn 10
c ipt ifj ,rIce in stai a or money. PrIce, with id ex
S5lo.; w ihouit idex, I50. tatch.
J1. L. 1AANNA i Bt'... aiW.Fayetto St..B3altimaroa, Md.
DLN SIN TITt EPAMOUS MINNCCO.
N sTO IlVEl VA LLEY une uulk-d
Lfor sokriig :i n
gone-alil tarmin , wiagan
wntor antd ne1r timber-BEITTlE RFAladi then
OIIHA P'ER. thtan IIOMElfrEADHs inKOTA, anG
more PRIOFITABILE than OVERINMEN BlINDB
will be auold at great buargiins durung the next sixty
datyi. in a.ingle I arms or largor tracts, on termIs to a t
3B. (A. WILLABD
Maian sio, 31nn,
(R aro chance for colonies or neighboiE hoi.)
ANFORMATIO3f Rh EG6RPING )1 DENVU
tind the NE ti UARItINATE I FtIEUD oF OOL,OtA.
0 sent free. Adldro-s A. 0. FIS1K, Denvrer, (00l.
CA N OES.
Tme lightest atid Siest in tueo World, 82-page
illusatratedt catalugaie und prices. Address
J. H. RUSH TON, Canton N. Y
$5 to $20 "'d ay at horne. sample Worth
Portland, Maine. des1TKO o
A uoCrVo Iie o ita inSt hors Free
eoor. Dat. RUs, Asdl at., . Iouja. Mo,
Onlyi 20 (Cents-61
RHwet 'iteit,- Itaby itie.
iti if te N,ie. ctther mm1.
'idy Dul, (list. it?tu and I.
rr,t io tis ot, Rh,aniuh taraller.
Warnieora Ii, In the Oooaming.
Af etRe t Roy Lieoftbe harvk.
N ?~Pagol m toi,nestead. 1s on aht lzt
li,e aot n at ioe A unt of Riue anet (iray.
'iit of fitraw. 'lu te i,h a. tey
histoile wild Moot. bet uj t Ptacnte gae
dteer the tiitr,en Wail. Miary has gone wihb a Coo
lIaby, ot a Toilh.
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POSSIBLE TO ALL.
Art secures to all. -agau s
.Magnolia Balm dispels every
blemish, overcomes Redness,
Freckles, Sallownes, Rough
ness, Tan, Eruptions and
Blotches, and removes all evi
dences of heat and excite
ment. The Magnolia Balm
Imparts the most delicate and
natural complexional tints
no detection being possible to
the closest observation.
Under these circumstances
a faulty Comnplexion is little
short of a crime. Magnolia
lBalm sold everywhere. Costs
only 75 cents, with full dl
A B0stn of beauty is a jy ForeveJs.
DR. T. FECIJ. GOURAUD'S
riental Cream, or Magical Beantifier.
3 ieoves Ten
-i2 - i es,
e ) Ayeare, and
To.ad' the o
erepara t oua
r. L A8ayre. e1to a lady ohe BAtr rOM (a Pa.
woa rand'e sa On ae th eas tEartatf of al t etl.nboUwilltexmohsa/
Preparations.dn otewl aaszaots sn
Sever -Also Poudre Sub, is removes euperf%
,Irao) iuUrt, them ur
-1 T QUIU.oProp.8DDI.NY
91 U. tyaaadas and Europe. %#'Be.
f base imitatione. 1.000 Reward for arrest and
-oof of an one Qellng thoesame.
,18. The NiV EW LINDA of theo 188l.
JONSERVATORY of MUSIO
lcautifully Illstrated.st pages. SENT 1tEE to
:uursct and mustcl friends. 3end namet and addresses
0 R. TOURJIIE. Frankli'n Sq . hostn. AMass.
Tha Largest and best appolnted Jtafo. Idtlrarl/ an4
rt cwool, and II1M Ejor young ladies. it the torkd.
tfYouuqg 11on waaito tto learn trtleRAphy In Sept. Ad.
3 'dreOeCoin.dt B. 1t.Tolegr'ph Ooll..Auus Arbor, Mleb.
- EFAULTED UOND DOUE11T.
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GATES.Fr the tet Shnple tand Moat Dnr
os waybfr o te -lenin at
VW. TEETERIdk DUOS.. Trotwvoo, Ohio.
TALL AVIIEtM Fi091 LITTLE. T'IE
Taker the Ache right oust or Nid t'orue,
ittiblains aud Buuons. and heals Outs. Rcratchea,
t.Burn s, lruues,eto. Au ex;elleuat fainly Uiat.
wunt. 2ae. per box. Sent by tnail. on receit of the
Nluo, io reo cent stainls. Addte". till October 1.
1,. I. WARD.
Look Box 2020, Oeea.a tArove, N. 5.
AGENTS WANTED Tot""'s
hla.viulan, r liow to Acquire and Preservo
Healths." I;etails, $2.25. Big Comilssous to
gent. AMltIA PULISilNGCu., iT North
raDs! BaRnUnS!! FiliS!!
'Oropieal fruit culture, comihninglhealth,pleas
iandi profit. T'en to forty acros in the Orange
bel," Ut .lorid...*
)?or parttuulart address
A. WV. L.AWTON,
___________A uburne,m N. Y.
R BY RE1 URN MIAIL - A EulS .esea ig,Lun 01
F MOoDY's NElWALhOR Uysleno Rs
Curriuo. . W.Mne& 1 W. gth.t'incinntit.0.
-- MtOltPillNl.C H Alj1T
ME No psay till enrod. Torn
yuars establlished, 1 0
DI)I. .1. N& J1. 1. IIOBENKACI(.
Til aSR AF i?LiRE) WIIl Til IFPt',C' 'S
OF xiELl-.slihE.I AND IiNCtll lALi%AIOtN
mould lnot lien I ite o ,conisulr ,1. N. an't J. B1. 110
B3ENSACK, of 2013 Nor i b - cnd .treet, Pltnel.
hl, ihetb ad or b. per.s .n .lurmg te hsours
ro .M o 2 P. M., anl 6 ti P'. M.
Adlvice Iree.. WI,isnever WOU -1 know Is condi
tion and theo wyI to tIiprove it sotuhl read
" Wi ISl)(iM I N A N11IN Ii1'
Bout on receipt of 8-eent asaampl.
FREU' 2"eiae er"
____e__t_Hea__t__ 11.11. to - Hsti o.N V.
THE PUREST AND BEST
Rotauedy eOes- Macle. --it i Com pousaded
fronsa Hops, Maislt, lsluch, Mans.
ds-ake, and DandlUon.
Thte oldest, best, msost renownted and valusable
msedcinlse In the worbti, andt in aldli loon It cotatis
all the besat s inost etfective culratlve propernssc
of allt otheor retnedhies, being the greatest liver
regulautor, blood puriller, andI lfe atud Ihealtht re
stormsg agent gn eartlI.
It gives niew ie a'nd vIgor to tihe nged andfirmsIsg.
.0o clesrgymenci, lawyers, literary mens, ladies, ssnt
all In whom H.selentary LIiloymen-its causa irregit
laritlos of tlse 1ll00:1, Stoinach, lioWls, or K i.hdneys
or who requIre ass apilizer, ltnic, sial mtihi at Imu-t
lant, It is msvaluiatle, beIng hitgly cura.tive, tonic
and stlsmuslatltng, wIthout being iiitoxsenttng.
No mrat ter w hat your lcelinsg or smptos arne
or what the dlsena or atltisnn is, uso I lop llt.te'rs.
D)on't Walt unitil yout are suck, but if 5you only feel
bail or mis~erabIlo use uho bitters at one,. It smay
save your li fe. Hutsndreds hasve been saveil by so
doing, tut a msoderate coas.. Ask your dlrssglst, or
pitysican. D)o not suslrer yourself or ilt your
frIends suffer, but use and urge tisn to use I lop
It you have Isameness Ins tho loins, wIth frequent
paIns andI achos; nonbestscq of thse thigh; sausty -
paisnl and frequsent dlischargo of uiri, ihed
wlths pus, andi wylehi wilt turns redt by stantding; a
voraclosus appetite and utlstnitinhtle thtrst,; hsiab
aind dtry skin; clammssy lonlgue, often darkly futrred;
swollen and. intlamed gumss; drolalcal swelling o1
t.he limbs; frequent attacks of hIecough ; intability
to void the usrine, and great fallgrio tt attemtinig
it-you are sufTe:~ing from somse form of Kidneoy
or UrInary ComniAaint, suchs as lisroUT's DfiEAss
of tihe kidneys, stone or tmstammasstions of the bind.
der, gravel antd renasi catlculi, diabetes, stranguary
strlituro and relentkin of the urlsne, atnd 11op lit.
tre Is theo only remedy that will pernmanently cutre
Itemember, Hlop BItters is no vile, drngged,
drunken nostrum, bult the laurest and best modi.
clue ever made, and nso persons or famaily shtould
be Without it.
Dlon'trisk any of the highy laitideel stuff With ~~
^estimonials of great oures, but ask your nseighbtor,
druggist, pastor or physicians What Hop Bitter, .0
has and can do for you and test it.
Watt tist the ('Soudi Itoit 15,.
Il N met ter vthen the sun, goes Dowe.
We"t "! as ;hettr os- us- ght.
vou si Ill. Sie. ahen I a usos.
euget tore like .tour tia,ly5 e.'r, Ca7
C ,e qo Lo "l'ity tulee.
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ofa jut ee sat ii nr i. n ra faa
5. n te trniHen,- al ,.hr i,..50,,, we were Poos
forth 10th Street, 'Phil adeilhia, I'a,