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A Rleimarkable Sta(etueat Fully (onfirm.
ed by Three Imuportant Interviews.
An unusual article from the Rochester,
N. Y., Democrat and Chrontele was
published in this paper recently and has
been the subject of much conversation
both in professional circles and on the
street. Apparently it caused more commo
tion in Rochester, as the following from
the same paper shows:
Dr. J. B. Henion, who is well known
not only in R)chester, but in nearly every
part of America, sent an extended article
to this paper, a few days since, which was
duly published, detailing his remarkable
experience and rescue from what seemed to
be certain (eath. It would be impossible
to enumerate the personal enquiries which
have been made at our oice as to the va
lidity of the article, but they have been so
numerous that furthrc investigation of the
subject was deemed an editorial necessity.
With this end in view a representative of
this paper called on Dr. Ilenion at his res
idence, when the following interview oc- 1
"That article of yours, doctor, has I
created qiite a whirlwind. Are the state- J
uents about the terrible condition you
were in, and the way you were rescued i
such as you can sustain?"
"Every one of them and many addition
al ones. Few people ever get so near the
grave as I did and then return, and I am
not surprised that the public think it mar
velous. It was marvelous."
"llow in the world did you,a physician,
come to be brought so low?"
"By neglecting the first and most aim
ple symptoms. I (lid not think I was sick.
It is true 1 had frequent headachest felt
tired most of the time; eould eat nothing
one day and was ravenous the next; felt
dull, indefinite pains, and my stomach was
out of order, but I did not think it meant
"But have these common ailments any
thing to do with the fearful Bright's dis
ease which took so firm a hold on you?"
"Anything? Why, they are the sure in
dications of the first stages of that dread
ful malady. The fact is, few people know
or realize what ails them, and I aim sorry
to say that too few physicians do either."
"That is a strange statemeat, doctor."
"But it is a true one. The medical pro
fession have been treating symptoms in
stead of diseases for years, and it is high
time it ceased. We doctors have been
clipping off the twigs when we should
strike at the root. The symptoms I have
just mentioned or any unusual action or
irritation of the water channels indicate the
approach of Bright's disease even more
than a cough aunounces the coming of
consumption. We do not treat the cough,
but try to help the lungs, We should not
waste our time trying to relieve the head
ache, stomach, pains about the body or
other symptoms, but go directly to the
kidneys, the source of most of these ail
"This, thca, is what you mean when
you said more than one-half the deaths
which occur arise from Bright's disease, is
"Precisely. Thcusanis or so-called( dis
eases are torturing people to-day, when in
reality it is Bright's disease in some one of
its many forms. It is a Hydra headed
monster and the slightest symptoms should
strike terror to every one who has them.
I can look back and recal; hundreds of
deaths which plhysicians dleclared at the
time were caused by paralysis, apoplexy,
heart disease, pneumonia, malarial fever
and other complaimts which I see niow were
caused by Bright's dliseabe."
"And did nll these cases have simple
Symptoms at first?"
''Every one of them, and might havet
been cured as I was by the tinmely use of
the same remedy--Warner's Sale Cure. It
amn getting my eyes thloroughly open in
this matter and h inik I am helping others
to see the facts and their possible danger
also. Why, there are no end of truths
bearing on this subject, if you want to I
know more about it go and. see Mr. War
ner himsel!. ile was sick the same as I,i
und Is the healthiest man in Rochester to-i
day, lie has iniade a stuidy of this sub
ject, and can g. /C you more facts than I
can. (Go, too, and see D)r. Lattimore, the
chemist, at the Umnversity. if you want
facts there are any (liantity of them shiow
ing the alarming mucrea'o of Biright's dis
ease, its simple and deceptive symptoms,
and there is but one wiay by which it can
Fully satisfied of the truth and( the force
of the Doctor's words, time reporter bade
him good (lay and called on Mr. Wairner
at his establishment on 1laxchanige street.
At first Mr. W arner was inclinied to be re
ticent, but learning that the information
desaired was about the alarming increase of
Bright's disease, his mnanumer changed in
stantly and lie spoke very earnestly:
"it is true that Bright's disease has ini
creased wonderfully, and we find, by re
liable statistics, that in the past ten year-s
its growth has been 250 per cent. l>o'k
at the p)roni.inent men it has carried off:
Everett, Sumner, Chase, Wilson, Carpen
ter, Bishops llaven and P'eck, and others
This is terrible, and shows a greater
growth than that of any other known comn
plaint, it should1( be plain to every one
that something miust be (lone to check thus
increase or there is no knowing where it
"D1o you thmik many peOple iire ailheted
with it to-day who dlo not realiz'e it, Mr.
''hundreds of thousands. I have a
striking examiple of this truth which has
just conic to m'y iiotiice. A promunnent pro
remos, ini a Nc Ul ienu meht,ic
was lecturiing bef9re his class on the suf>
ject 01 Bright's disease. le had various
tluxis under microscopic analysis. and was
showing the students what the indientions
of this terrible malady wr:re. in ordier to
show the contrast between healthy and un
healthy fluids, he had p)rovidled a' vial, the
contents of which were drawn from Is
own person. 'And now, gentlemen,' he
said, 'as we have seen the unhealthy In
(dications, I will show you how it appeara
in a state of p)erfe'ct health,' and he sub
amtted his own fluid to the usual test. As
he watched the results his countenance
sudidenly chaingedi-is color and commlandl
both lett him, andi in a trembling voice he
said: "'Gentlemen, I have made a painful
dilscovery; I have Bright's disease of the
kidneys,' and in less than a year he was
"You believe, then, that It has no symip
toms of its own andi is frequlentlIy unknown
even by the person who is ild.cted with
"it has nlo symptoms of its own and very
often none at all. Usually no two people
have the same%ymptoms, andi frequently
dheath is the first symnptomi. The slightest
indication of any kidney udifil -ulty should
be enough to strike terror to any one.I
know what I am talking about, for I have
been through all stages of kidney disease."
"'iou know of Dr. Henion's case?"
"Yes, I have both read and heard of it."
"it is very wondierful, is it not?"
"A very prominent case but no more so
than a great many others that have conme
to rmy notice as having been benurdb
the same means." cncrdb
"You belheve then that Bright's disease
can be cured?"
"I know it can. I kn.m. it from te
experience of hundreds of pitiident per
sons who were given up to the by both
their physicians and friends."
"You speak of your own experience, N
what was it?" t(
"A fearful one. I bud felt languid and 1e
unfitted for business for years. But I did T
not know what ailed me. When, however, bi
I tound it was kidney dilliculty, h thought bi
there was little hope, and so did the ti
doctors. 1 have since learned that one the c
physicians of this city pointed me out to a d4
gentleman on the street one day, saying, ti
'there goes a man who will be dead vitl'in fr
a year.' I believe his words would have et
proven true if I had not fortunately se- it
cured and used the remedy now known as e<
Warner's Safe Cure."
"And this caused you to manutacture iti?" tc
"No it caused me to investigate. I went 01
to the principal cities, saw physicians pre- F
scribing and using it and I therefore de tl
termined, as a duty I owed humanity and b
'lie suffering, to bring it within their reach i
ind now it is known in every part of
Anerica, is sold in every drug store and
ians become a household necessity." ol
The reporter left Mr. Warner, much im
)ressed with the earnestness and sincerity .
>f his statements and next paid a visit to
)r. S. A. Lattimore at his residence on B
'rluce street. Dr. Lattimore, although j
iusily engaged upon some matters con- N
ected with the State Bard of Health, of ?u
lealth, of which he is one of the analysts, In
ourteously answered the questions that i
were propounded him. cli
"Did you make a chemical analysis of lia
he case of Mr. 11. 11. Warner some three th
years ago, Doctor?" va
"Yes, sir." pa
"What did this analysis show you?" n(
"ITie presence of albumen and tube on
arsts in great abundance." na
"And what (id the symptois indicate?" mi
"A serious disease of the kidneys." wl
"Did you think Mr. Warner could rc- itH
"No, sir. I did not think it possible. be
[t was seldom, indeed, that so pronounc- bi
d a case had, up to that time, ever ca
been cured." he
"Do you know anything about the m
remedy which cured him?" ar
"Yes, I have chemically analyzed it and g
)ipon critical examination, find it entirely
free from any poisanous or deleterious sub.
We publish the fereg>ing statements in I
view of the commotion which the pubiltci- ,c
Ly of Dr. Ilenion's article has caused and it,
to meet the protestatiois which have been ru
Made. The standing of 1)r. ltenion, Mr. li:
Warner and Dr. l,vttieore in the counnu- Ai
nity is beyond question; and the statement to
Lhcy make cannot be doubted. They con- hc
clusively show that Bright's disease of the of
kidneys is one of the most deceptive and or
langerous of all diseases.that it is exceed. re
ingly common, alarinin;.y increasing and tli
that it can be cured. a
LIMA BEANS AS A FIELI Cut p.-The
Lima, the most popular bean among t
unateura and market gardeners, is slow I
n finding its way into the gardens of e
armors. The dry beans sell for several
lollars a bushel, and the market has
iever been adequately supplied. Lima s
ieans are easily raisedl and viold i V
,)ountifully as most other pole-beans a
md they continue to blossom and beai do
mntil killed by the frost. We know of pr
io reasiin why they cannot be nande a m
upecialty, like huops or tobacco, amul th
grown ou a large scale. They would '"
'equiro better soil and treatment thau ~
he common field bean, but as the priio A
s three times greater, these could be pi
veil atforded. A rich, gravelly or sandy tr~
oiam suits thema best, and the phlosphia- an
mc manures are wvell adapted to them. Wi
)n thits kind of soil we have not found ni
iieim to run too much to vincs, even t
vith heavy dressings of compost pre- n
>aredi from muck and stable manure."
L'he vine is a strong grower and requires li
thunudant nourishment. Trhe pods are t h
ormed quita thickly from the tep to h
be bottom of the p)oles. T1hey want01
he full benefit of the sun, and the rows
'unniig north and south should be "
our feet apart and the hills four feet
plart in the row. In planting we p)re- t h
er to put the eye downward and not "'
more than one inch deep. The 1st of ry
June is early enough for this latitude. C'
I'ho bean needs frequent cultivation wl
intil the vites shade the ground. This
3rop is well suited for farmers remote m
rrom cities and markets. Tue market
gardener will not grow linma beans to )
nell dry, becamuse they are worth moro ri
ii the green. state and lhe can sell all lhe "
'.n raise. .unt the farmer, however re
note from t.ie city, can market his oR
vhlole crop in the winter and be well P)
paid for his labor.c
~Sav.N VE(tEvan.S SEEDs.--Dr, Geo. p'
l'auber gives the following valuable in
factn concernmg the "mixing" of plants ot
mud its "iTect upon seeds: i there are "C
me'iny varieties of the same vegetable in a
.m garden it is implossible to save the it
4ee.ds of some in an unmixed state, pi
Swoot corn and all of the squash family as
uro quite sure to "'mix." On the other 8
hand, pens and beans rarely cross. If
ann saves seeds of any vegetable let it ,.t
be of lie best. Instead of leaving the .
last pens on the vines for aced, set apart t(
a portioin of a row for seed and let none i,
be picked from it. By proper care thte on
quality of a vegetable may be improved. ~
In saving Linma beans we have for sov. ',g
eral years selected only these with four et
beans in a pod. As am consequence, the ti
arop now have four beans. The selee- p
tion of the first ripened anud beat- formed t
tomatoes for aeed will havo a marked
effect uponm future crops, anid this is thte tI
ease with all other vegetables. .11 one t
ha s a choseinimel on he would preserve b
in its purity, the surost methodi is to
fertilize a few female flowers.c
IT is a eurrenit assertion thant dark-col- li
ored clover seeds are more sure to gem
m'iato than light-colored ones. Pro
fessor Beal has tried some experiments ol
oni this point, in 1877 over 93 pt r cenit W]
of dark-colored seeds grew and about b
83 per cent. of light-colored seeds. Ini it
1881 the experiments resulted in favor "'
of the hight-colored seeds. The experia
menta.seem to shiowv that,on anm average b
there is not much difference in the ger- 01
nmnatmug power between the different
A cOnufEsP'ONDENT says: "When I
wvas young I brought a bottle of English 3,
wheat from that country as a p)rosentt to n
a farmer friend hero. The farmer ad- tI
mired the beautiful large grains but v
said die)y would not grow, as the bottle b
had been tightly corked during thle voy- y
age. He sowed it, but not a graimi ger- si
minated. Since that occurrence I have Ii
chosein to keep seeds in paper bags in a a
cool interior closet of time house, and a
have made no further experiment in
sealing up sceds for keeping."
DAMAoED corn jut exceedingly injuri. t
ens as food for horses, beeause it brings n
on Inflammation of the bowels and akIn a
'1'tE lEbST k'in to BnoIL, A STnAKt,
ow, let us suppose a similar beefsteak
be cooked by radiant heat, with the
net possible cooperation of convection.
o effect this our source of heat must
a good radiator. Glowig solids are
itter radiators than ordinary flames;
Cer (fore coke, or charcoal, or ordinary
al, after its bituminous matter has
mo its flaming, should be used, and
o steak or chop may be placed in
ont or above a surface of such glowing
rbon. In ordinary domestic practice
is placed on a gridiron above the
>al, and therefore I will consider this
so first. The object to be attained is
raine the juices of the meat through
it to about the temperature of 180 dog.
ahr. as quickly as possible, in order
at the cookery may be completed
foro the water of these juices shall
ive had time to evaporate to any con
lerable extent; therefore the meat
ould be placed as near to the surface
the glo.wing carbon as possible. But
o practical housewife will say that,
placed within two or three inches,
me of the fat will be melted and burn,
d then the steak will be smoked.
)w, hero we require a little more
emistry. There is smoking and smok
--smokig that produces a detestable
vor. and smoking that does no mis
iof at all beyond appearances. The
me of an ordinary coal fire is due to
3 distillation and combustion of tarry
por3. if such a flame strikes a com
ratively cool surface like that of the
at, it will condense and deposit there
a film of crude coat-tar and coal.
phtha, most nauseous and rather
schievous; but, if the flame be that
iioli is caused by the combustion of
own fat, the depoiit on a mutton
op will be a little mutton oil, on a
efsteak a little beef oil, more or less
ickened by mutton carbon or beef
rbon. But these oils and carbons
ve no other flavor than that of cooked
Litton and cooked beef; therefore they
e pei fectly innocent, in spite of their
ilty black appearances.
C,r,v Wran CUInE ron BunNx.- A
rreispondunt" writes--Many years ago
scalded ono hand very badly with
ihug water, and I found the pamn
'ppel on keeping the hand In cold
lining water. I repeatedly took the
.ud from the water to let it be dressed
th the usual remedies, but every at
tupt simply ended in the bandages
ing pulle.t off and fresh application
the cold water. Under every other
mody the pain was unbearable. In
is instance blisters did not form, but
uiall open sore came on the wrist and
pt open several weeks. I used the
iter continuously for four or five hours
td the pain was greatly reduced on
.oving the hand from the cold water.
treasured this experience and gave
o remedy another trial in a tar more
equivocal case. I was boiling gly
rine and gelatino for a hectograph,
d the composition was about free
>m water when the bottom of the ves
i blow out and the composition went
er my hands There was no mistake
out the temperature, as the skin was
stroyed superficially. The shock
odIuced mntonse nausea and I made up
r mind to expect very bad handls and
e loss of several nails. .1 applied cold
icor at once. The water not being
ry cool I added pieces of ice to it,
ter five or six hours' treatment, the
in did not recur on stepping the
xatmneut. Neither hand was disabled,
d the only imeonvenience I suffe~red
a f rom a f ew trilling blisters, I have
hesitation whatever in condemning
L' usual remedies, and in recommend-.
the prolonged application of cold
~ter. I think it probable many lives
ve been sacriniced by an adhesion to
e old remedies, for the pain of a large
rn or scald is so severe as to do seri
s mischief if prolonged for hours,
xo use of cold water is recommended
a little medical book by a Dr, Russel.
e recommensis the addition of soda to
o water. A plentiful supply of cold
toer agitated and changed if necessa
so as to 8101p the pain will, I am
nvmnee3, prevent the mischief of
rich the pamW is a symptom.
Cnwev Sorr Arx OnrTON.-Puit in
out four p)ounds of beef, first cutting
fall the faut carefully, and boil it to a
sh gra~vy soup the day before it is
mtied, skimmuing and stirring it fro
iently; the (lay after it is boiled skim
I' every particle of fat; when about to
epare it for the table take sufficient
rnrots to make a quart when boiled,
t them upl andl boil them, aiid when
rfectly xsoft malh through a colander
to a sOupj. Stir in a quart of tomatoes,
xe onion eult in quarters and roasted,
me green or dried peppers cut up tine
bunch of thyme t.iedt together (so that
can be easily taken out), black pep.
'xr. salt aiid ce!ery seed. Cut up
muare :>ieces of bread, brown them and
rye with the soup1.
Cr:i x.x r ion LuATuSIn.--Of many sub
ancos lateldy broughit very conspicuous
to notice for fastening p)iecesof loather
gethetr and in mending harness, join.
g mnehinery beltinig and making shoes,
le of the best is miade by miximg ten
iris of suilphido of earbon with one of
I of turpe)ntmio and( then adding
ioughi gutta perchia to make a tough,
iekly- flowing liquid. One essential
've. ,uiuo te ti,Cm1-b1,frh 1i1iin'l of the
rts consists in freedom from greaso of'
,o surfaces to be jomied. This may be
coimplished by laying a cloth upon
eim and applying a not iron for a
ne. The cement is then applied to
>th pieces, the surfacts brought into
nitacet, and pressure applied.
1 Jnes boots arc~wet through, do net
-y them at the lire. As sooni as they
e taken oif, fill them with dry eoats.
bis graini rapidly absorbs every vestJge
(dampi [rem wet leather. As it takes
>the moisture it swells and fills the
ot like a tightly-flitting last, keeping
i form good, and drying the leatnxer
ithout hardening it. In the morning
inko out the oats anti haiig thorm in a
ig iiear the fire to dry, reauty for use
I anothler occasion.
Foin a useful lime wash for wood and
one t his is thle proposed preparation:
wenty liters of quicklime are slacked
a smitable yessel. One gramme of
ilphate of ztine and 5 grlames of coin
.oin salt are added. Th'le latter causes
io lime to dtry without any cracks. A
'ry beautiful fawn color is prtdued
y adding to the mixture 5 grammbes of
ellow ochire, or if a stone color is do.
redl 2 grammeos of amber and one of
mpblack may be substituted. A comn
~on brush may be used in applying the
AN electric light for deep ea fshing
horns the new steamer Albatross, of
10 fish commission. When sunk be
oath the water it attracta the fishes,
ad these are caught by a net which is
rawn uip from beneath it.
As oilloer of the Welsh steamer Gwa. st
ia, now in this port, says that a new s
vessel of that line, to be built at Sun. w
derland, is to have the name of Llanfair- ni
"Where did you find that name ?" bi
"It's pure Welsh." he said. "Have it
you never heard of the Englishman's cm
perfect cure for lockjaw? Here it is gi
He handed the reporter the following
"Is your father at home ?" asked an Di
Englishman of a Welsh boy whom he u
met on the Great Orme's Head, Llan- dt
dudno. 'No, sir; he's gone to work at "
Llansant-fraid-glan-Conwy. 'Is your st
mother in, then ?' 'She's gone to the se
fair at Llaiflhangel-treir-befrdd.' 'Dear yf
me I but where is your sister?' 'My ril
sister has gone to school at Llanfairwil- ev
gwngyl Igogeryhwyrndrowilsaut toitog
ogogoch.' 'Good gracious I' exoiaimed
the Englishman, "I must go and take ci
a smile.'" in
Tu worst racket I ever had was with a
a wild stag. He shook me up so's I ti
thought I'd never get over it." to
"How was that ?" ci
"Why, it was a rousin big buck, pi
Jim W.'s got the horns now. You see of
he was follerin' a doe. I shot the doe
with one bar'l, and hun with the other,
and thought he was all right, but when
I stepped over a log to look for him in F
the bushes, he lit on me so quick I G
couldn't use my gun. He knocked it '
out of my hand, and then my knife, e
some way, and I grabbed his horns. I
I thought he'd never stop yankin' me li.
"How did you get clear of him ?" tO
"I gave his horns a twist and disloca- i
ted his n eck." Co
"That was a lucky twist." a\
A nov 7 or 8 years old was passing a
along Ebzaboth street yesterday with a
dime in his fingers, when another boy D
accosted him with:
"What ye going to buy?" de
"Wnat for?" S
"To keep moths away. co
"Say," said the second boy as he fl
came nearer, "I'll tell you what. I'll do. lh.l
If you'll spend five cnt.s o' that for can. O
dy 11 lend you my dog all one day to '
hunt down the moths, and if lie don't on
catch 'em all I'll lend you the bossest ve
rat-trap in this city I You can just as uc'
well save five cents as not," of
, . _s
"HsnE," said an ignorant fellow, as ai
he stepped into a jeweler's shop, "I
can't do anything with this watch. I've
shoved the regulator round as far as it
will go, but it keeps a losing time." na
"Why, man," exclaimed the Jeweler kl
"it's an hour and a half ahead of time co
now I What did you set it by?" When nr
it was ascertained that the silly follow '
had boon trying to time it by a gas- v
meter the jeweler didn't wonder a bit "
that the watch couldn't t egm to keep
"I'vE stolen a coat," said a man to a
lawyer, "and I want you to defend me, ti
Think you can prove me innocent?" T
'Oti, yes; we can prove that you were 'i:
in an adjoining toni nehip when the coat N1
was stolen and the prosecution is malt- kg
cious." "How much will you charge?''
"W hat sort of a coat iait ?" "First rate;
never been worn anly." "Well, I won't 2
charge you anything. Just give me t .e hi
"DJD you see anything that part.ieu- E
larly strack your fancy when you were h
looking around the furniture stores to
day ?" asked a young Somerville hus- u
biind of his lately made wife, on her
return from her furniture inspection.
"Yes," shie replied; "I saw something
exceedingly pret ty in looking glasses."
"I have no doubt you did," he ob- lai
served, "af you looked into them."
The halo of calm, sweet peace rests
upon that home.
"WHAT troubles you, Carbon ?" asked
Fogg as he entered the office of the ro
coal dealer, w~ho was bending over his tn
books with corrugated brow. "I've i
been trying three hours to make these "'
books balance," replied Carbon, "and W
I'm about ready to give it up in despair!'
"Ohi, that's nothing," said Fogg; "I've
triedl over and over again to make one of B
your tons of coal balance on my scale, ri
but never could do it. What's a few ic
books to a ton of coal ?"
"THEsE are very nice biscuits, my
dear. After you have been keeping ti
house a dozen years more you'll be
quite a cook," said Job Shuttle to his l
wife at tea, a
"Thank you," said Patience; "but
my OVenI was just right, aind-.''"
"Why, ma. You knowv you borrowed A
my ten cents to buy them of the bako
The old adage "children should be 3
seen and not heard," does not obtain in
that family. IF
A vouNo lady being addressed by am
gentleman much older thin herself
observed that the only objection aho
had to a union with him was the proba
bility of his dying before her and leay- b~
ing her to the sorrows of widowhood.
To which he made the apt and compli- o,
.ncal.Tj ?15II. "Blessed is then man
who hath a virtuous wife, for the num- IC
ber of his (lays shall be dloubled."
.AT the Termace' baths last Sumitay ann
impatient young man walked up to the ~
door of one of the cownpartm nis and
knockmfg on the same testily inquired: t
"W~hen in blazes are yon going to gett
those pants on'? There was a faint gig
gle and a silvery voice replied: "Whon
I get marriedl, I suppose." He had mn
mistaken the door, that s al..
"A UnooKr,YN boy can imitate with
his mouth the noIse made by a lawn 0
mower." if that boy's parents dlon't.
lose a son by a violent death pretty 1j
soon, we shall have to concludo that gi
there is at least ninety per cent. more ',
forbearance in Brooklyn than in any
other city in th s Union.
Mits. MAr.'u'noi wvas hoard to remarke
apropos of the weather: "I can't see
into thIs Wiggmai ideo. Cf course, Jun. sc
ipor iad Satan bhin' ini pedigroe would
be rather like te'r git uip some sorter
stormt, butt it dlon't soen ter mie that tno 2
sunl and miooan's bein' in eflgy would
raise any rumpus."
A YoUNoe lad1y waii caresing a pi'etty
spaniel and murmmting: "I do love a
a nice dlog I" '"Ah I" sighed a dude, ci
standing near, "I would I were a dlog," S
"Never mind," retorted the young ladty
sharply, "you'll growv."
--Albany's brIck-making industry
has reached a production of 1,000,000
bricks a week, of
Bni,--T he sheep is a oloe grater,
id eveu prefers short pastures. It is
rupulously clean, though not very
leot in the choice of the herbage on
hioh it feeds. Wool, being a highly
itrogenous substance, requires a larger
pply of albuminoid food for sheep
tan other ruminants demand. Wool
sng the chief profit of sheep farming,
will be economy to feed oats or oil
ke pretty freely to secure a liberal
owth of this staple.
Maryland to the Front.
The Hon. Oden Bowie, Ex-Governor of
aryland, President of the Baltimore
ty Passenger Railroad Co., also Presl
nt of the Maryland Jockey Club says;
3oth in my family, aid in my private
tbles, as well as.those of the City Pas
nger Railway Co., I have for several
ara used St. Jacob's Oil most satisfacto
y." Such a statement ought to convince
ery reader of this paper.
Tn wise farmer will keep a good
ass of horses or none. There are cases
which oiroumstances may interfere
mowhat, but the man who tries to run
larm and get the best results by get
ig along with old plugs of horses,oer
nly stands in his own light. The
aracter of his horse is generally a
etty good indication of the character
Good News from Texas.
Mr.TlloM As A.IlOWAnnD,of Honey Grove,
tmin County, Texas, under date of April
1883, writes as follows :
"I have been suffering during several
ars from severe illness, and a general
caking down of my physical system, and
ye tried the treatment and prescriptions
many doctors far and near, and traveled
the Hot Springs and other mineral
rings famous for their remedial qualities,
inking the waters and bathing systemati
ily in their healing depths but all to no
all, as I steadily failed in health; and al
ough informed by my physicians that my
meants and weaknesses were the result of
dlney disease of a dangerous character,
ey could.give me nothing to cure meo.
tiring the past two years my suterings at
ties were dreadful, and I had the most in
scribable pains in the regions about the
dneys, the paroxystns of which were so
vere as to render it impossible for mc to
+ep. While in this deplorable and dis
uraged condition I was persuaded to try
ant's Renedy, and after using less than
It a bottle my great sutferings and par
ysns of pain were entirely relieved, and
,ould sleep better and longer than I had
two years before, and although I ant now
my third bottle only my improvetnent is
ry remarkable, and [ regret that I did
t know of the wonderful curative powers
Hunt's Remedy before, as it would have
ved mne years of suffering. I heartily re
mnmend it to all afllieted with any kidney
sease or disease of the urinary organs."
"'it My Base Exactly."
'lease allow me to speak In the highest terms of
nt's Iemedy, for it nit my case exactly. I had
iney and urinary trouble pretty bart. I was re
numended Ilunt's Hiemedy. I took one teaspoon
as directed. I felt a decided change at tie
it dose. I took two tbottles, and have felt like a
iv man ever sine. Ple.ise receive the sincere
inks of myself for the benelits which I sought
uly for and foun,t niily in liant's iemnedy. I
It cheerfuily give this s9:ne opinion of Ilunt's
medy t, any one who wisxles it, by a-lbiressing
it 1.nnLrti Street, I' tladelpn'ta.
l arc h 1-4,1 3
DucKs are the most profitable if
ey can be properly attended to.
Lie eggs command a good price.
Liey are good for the table, tne
uscovy being almost as fine as tur
Instantlf y nlelteved.
Ia. Ann Lacour, of Nuw Orleans, La.. Writes: I
se a i.on who lhas bo an sIck for two years; he has
mn attended by our leading p'hysicians. but all to
p'urp~ose. 'This mnornin. the had tis usual spell of
ighing. andI was so greatly mrostirated in conjse.
ence that tdeathi seetned inmminent We hadl in the
use a bottle of D)r. Wi,i. Halt's nalesam for tbe Lungs
rehmased by may hutsbanti, who noticel your advor.
e-inent ye,tcrday. We .tudid tered it accordinig to
vetionis and tie wvas bittantly reliewd',.
)iurndse C'atarrh Siiuff cure.. catarrh and all afrec
na of the nineous iembilrie.
Goon raw bone dust is estimated to
at about seen years.
No Time Shtomuld bet Lost
hen the first twinges of rheumatism are felt.
en eectual means of counteract lug it is presentedl
Hostetter'sStomachi l,tters, avmuchied, on coin
tent medical authority, to be a reliable specific
r this disease. It eliminates from the system,
rough its depurting aet:on ipi in the bilols, ae.rid
ulpurlties, to the presence of which eminent
edlicatl authors refer the pain and iniaummation
nich attend this atrocious maiadJy. As obstinacy
less thtan grevious patin, Is a characteristic oh
etumatism, the preventive named should bc
ed at the outset to check its further growth
~si,tes putrilying the circulation, It helps to en
h it by assisting digestion. he medicine is
to used with signal b,eneflt for liver comnpia nt,
natipation, tdebility, nervous ailments anti kId
*y troubles. tiy renewing depleted strength, ait '
itblising regularity in the rnore aimpor;aut
dily organs, it tentds to fortify the constituttion,
p)e.'aliy ainsmt those forms of disease which
e debitam ed are most prone to incur.
What fate imposes mien must needs
For ThIch Heads,
mavy stomachs, bilIous conditions-Wells' Mfay
'pIe Pills-anti-bilious, cathartic. 10 and 25c.
Do not have an enemy in the world if
>u can honestly avoid it.
Enrich amnd revitalize the blood by usning Brown's
Never fear of spoiling children by
aking them toio happy.
I am a non-believer in Patent Meidicines,
it having experienced marked relict from
asal Catarrh antd hoarseness by the use
Ely's Cream Balm, I cau cheerfully
commend it to those suffering from thls
athsome Complaint and also to those at
cted with hoarseness or stoppage of the
roat so annoying to singers and Clergy
en.--Louis E. PhillIps, 1428 N. Y. Ave.,
W., Washington, 1D. C.
To enjoy to-day, stop) worryinig about
G AstWrniNt: should be taken before or after
ieaIs to insure pecrfect asanilation, ofi fod.
A STn IN E is itn liquid formn. jy atli tdruggists
Pride often miscalculates, and more
"I have taken one bottle of D)r. Graves'
cart liegdlator for lleart Disease and
id It all I could desire. --A. A. hlolbrook,
.I you feel angry, beware keat you be
For burns, scalds, bruiseQ, cbapped bandil.
res or piles5. use 8t. Patrieck's Salvo.
That Hunsband of Shine
three times the man he wams before he began
Ing Welts' liealth Renewer. $1. Druggists.
It is wisdom to thinik, a.id folly to sit
Ladles anti children's boots antd shoes
muot run over if Lyon's Patent Heel
tiffeners are used.
MARIANNA FI,A.--i)r. Thee. West says: "1
na,lr Brown's iront Bitters the beat ionic 'that
Dr. EiIno's Great sierve snetorer 18 the marvel
the age for all nerve diseases. All fits stepped
me. Sendt ton 8,1 Arh mre. m..lel.i- Pa
BoNvah.--A pound of bones contains
as much phosphorio sold as one hun
dred pounds of whoat. On ian.
farms there are bones enough wasted to
supply phosphoric acid for all the wheat
od-Ridden and Cured.
W. E. ILUESTIS, of Etmporia. Kansas,
says that his wife had been sick nearly
seven years, and for the last four months
bed-ridden. She has been treated by a
number of physicians and only grew worse.
Her attention was called to Dr. Pierce's
"Golden Medical Discovery" and "Favor
ite Prescription," which she commenced
using. In one week she could sit up, and
in three weeks could walk about. By drug
We usually learn to wait only when
we have no longer anything to wait
ionoral Debility and Liver Complaint.
R. V. PIERCE, M. D., Buffalo, N. Y.:
Dear Sir-My wife has been taking your
"Golden Medical Discovery" and "Pellets"
for her liver and general debility, and has
found them to be good modicines and
would recommend them to all suerers
from Liver Complaint, Sour Stomach, and
General Debility. Yours fraternally,
N. B. HARMON
Pastor M. E. Church, Elsah, Ill.
To'be content with little is difficult;
to be content with much, impossi
Young, middle-aged, or old men, suffer
lng from nervous iebility or kindred atfeo
tions, should address, with two stamps, for
large treatise, WORLD'S DIs'.:sAY MED
ICAL ASSOCIATION, Buffalo, N. Y.
Those to be feared are not those who
dispute, but those who concede.
The market is flooded with worthless
and vile compounds for the rejuvenation of
the hair, but Carboline, the great petro.
leum hair renewer and dressing, as now
improved and perfected, still takes the
front rauk as the best preparation ever of.
fered to the public.
Virtue is a rough way, but proves at
night a bed of down.
Fraz'r .A ie orease.
Ono grea"ing laits two weeks; all othere two
or three days. Do n3t be mpasid on by the
it umbug stu iTs offoro1. Ask your deAier for Fra
zer's, with label on. saves your horse labor and
you too. It received first medal at the Centen.
nial and Paris Expositions. dold everywhere.
Perfection is attained by s'ow degrees;
she requires the hand of time.
FOR DvsrEPrA, tNDatsEsTIoN, depression of spir
its and general deb.ity,in their various forms; also
as a preventive agtin fever ani ague ansi other
intermittent fevers, the "Ferro-i'hosphorated.
Elixir of Callsaya" mnade by Caawell, ilazar t & Co.,
New York, and sold by all Druggists, is the best
tonic; andi for patients recovering from fever or
other sickness. it .as no caual.
The strength of industry is calm, not
Years add to the faith of those curcd of
Heart Disease by use of Dr. Graves' Heart
Regulator. For 30 years it ha' proved it
self a specific. $1.
Much talk and little work generally
"Wells'Ilealth Renewer"restores heaith and vIgor
cures Dyspepsia, Impotence, Sexual Debility. Si.
What men want is not talent-it is
CIIARI.oTTE.vILLS, VA.-Mr. C. II. ilarman,
Pr,e.id.nt fi the Poopton,' nank. (entInoe. tn thel
value of Birown's Iran Bittern tr relieving mudi
Study the past if you would divine
Emory's Little Cathartic Pill--best made
or Liver Complaint and Biibousness.
Tasteless, harmless, Infallible. 15c.
Modern architecture is art assassinat
ed by geometry.
IS ASURE CURE
for all diseases of the Kidneys and
-- LIVER -
Itkaspeoclio action on this most important
organ, enabling it to throw ofr torpidity and.
inaction, stimulating tho heaithy morotion of
the Bile, and by kceping the bowoer. In free
condition, ceeboting its rogular discharge.
are bilious, dyspeptic. or constipatod, Kidney
Wart wilu surely relieve and quickly cure.
In the Spring to cleanse the System, every
one should take a thorough course of it.
U- SOLDOBY DRUCOISTS. P cee St.
-"All your own fan,t
I f you remiain sick when you can
Get Hap flitters that never-FaIL.
The weakest woman, smallest child, and
sickest invalid can use Hop Bitters with
saf'ety and great good.
-Old men tottering arouind from Rthen
matism, kidney trouble or any weakness
will be almost new by using Hop Bitters.
-My wife and daughter were made
healthiy lby the use of Hap Bitters and I
recommnend them to my people.-Methodist
Ask any good doctor if Hop
Bilters are not the best family medicine
-Malarial fever, Aguie anil BilIousness,
will leave every neighborhood as soon as
Hop Bitters arrive.
" --y mother dirove the p)aralysis and
neuralgia all out of her system with Hlop
lit ters.''-Ed. Oegco Sun.
--Keep the kidneys healthy with Hop
Bit ters and you nieedl not fear sickness.
--Ice water is renoered harmless and! more no
tresh.ing and revivinag with Hop Bitters in each
---The 1-igor of youth for the aged and mnOm in
I 1I i || I
Nothing In the world equal tel t r lhe
cnreofResrntfua,PrImples.f, t lla-etter,old4sore,
soe mye,, ht-reusrtal I,iease,, catarrh. tos, of
Ap'petile, remate comptlat.,, andi allt teood
dIseaws. Ii neier falts. All druigte and
teuntry store keeper, sell it. R. E. Meltera
a Co.., Prop'., Pittbn h, en every bots.
H-. - -
*CURES WiHtRE ALL ELSE FAILS,~
r ehit Couight Ryrup. Tastetgood g()(
Camphlor Milk s the best niment Praeo II seets.
CNL A RtK '8 WOR"
Ali it acdtimn Pre afa ceisi. el
SW91 MA1 I E tV A I 11(I uT~
l'hoenix Pectoral illt cure your cugh. Price 26 et
FREEDil i yo "wnt at i
Pfect Health. U.Hi.lox 104 Buffa ,.N.y.
THE GREAT GERMAN
Relieves and cures
Soreness. Cuts, Bruises,
And all ether bodily aches
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
gold by all Drult tad
hh, 111 Dealer". Urec n I
ilnnt pn languages.
The Charles A. Vegeler Co.
(Rucersrore l A. VOOELER a CO.)
n... e et Ittli taore. Md., V1.8. A.
H m 1AY-FEVER,
Iwn anflli'ed for twety years
dnrtt thu nluinits of AugustI
anid fitoinber, with HayV
eA n+ er ad tiedvarious reuwdles
i r1' witllou. clitf I was induced
to try ily's Croai Ba:m; have
u t a with favorable results
and onni c niideut)l" rocotnmentl
itto all. lIVi.nT Y.TowFtLleY,
(e:x. iayor) Elizab:lth, N. J.
OcnRAM1 BALM will lwhonitj )t od
byhelinger Into t11o no~stils be,
o. absorbed. effectually cnanen
the nas rl aassages of catarrhal
virus usal hsthy srtos
ROSE-COLD. th11om ranall iags of the
A POSITJVE cUltE! head hru c dsioomnpiutlyhtoal.
ELiY' sr.sSn restores the sense.
E LY'S of ta -to and smollbBonloloial re.
CREAM BALM.aliR""'"" '''
A Rhoriu,th treatment will cure.
Uneuli'ed for cold in th.11 -a d. Agreeable to use.
Benh for cirvular (0 cenint ' packa-se, W mail or at
druggists. ELY llItOtIEtIt. Owego, . Y.
.FOR THE PERMANENT CURE OF e
No other disease in so prevalont in this coun- 0
"try as Constipation, and no remedy has ever
equalled the celebrated Kidnoy-Wort as a e
ours. Whatever the cause, however obstinate 1
O the case, this romcdy will overcomo it. a.
PIL TIIS distressing com- "
plaint is very apt to be
.compicatedswithconsttpation. Kidney-Wr '
strengthens tho weakoned parts and quickly i
oures aillands of Pilcs oven when physicians
and medieincs have before failed.
i. g3rIf you havo either of these troubles t
ICK $ Ii. USE Oruggiete seil >
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You ifyou wanit Lt buy, as w., hav.e very masny farms
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society and inarkets. Write us what you want and we
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What Nature denies to many
Art secures to all. liagan's
Magnolia Balm dliSpels every
blemish, overcomes Redness,
F reckles, Sallowness, Rough
ness, Tan, Erup)tions and
Blotches, andl r'emoves all evi
dences of heat and excite
ment. The Magnolia Balmi
,rnparts the most delicate and
-natual com plexional tints
;no detection being l)OSSible to
the closest obser'vaf Ion.
Under these circumstances
a fanlt Comt lexion is litt-le
short of a ce me. Magnolia
Balm sold everywhere. Costs
onil 75 cents, with fill di