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3t ti.useyor a fe \ as awre
Lest year two cows of equal worth,
b68dgiv1ug about one gallon of milk
t#1ce a day, morning and night, tan
on the same pasture. One of then
was tat with one gallon only of cotton.:
ased morning and night, and immedi
ately the' flow of milk incresed' -In
one week the cow; fed op cottonsbed
was giving two gallons af each miking;
the other one held her own, one gal
lon, without cottonseed. At the end
of the first week I stopped feeding the
first cow any cottonseed, but left her
to run on the same pasture and began
feeding the second cow. In exactly
one week the yield of.'ilk was rever
sed . o . 01 had dropped back to
one allon each milking and cow No.
2 a4vanoed to two gallons. I then
began to feed both alike, adding one
quprt of corn meal to each feed, and
the .result In each was alike in the space
of one week. Oxen and beef cattle
also, thrive on raw cottonseed, one
gallon twice each day being usofiolent,
mixed with other food, to bring them
up to. the highest standard of excell
euce.4 Why level-headed dairymen and
oattj ra#sers everywhere have not dis
coved. the merits of this great food
at ' ton when they use meal at
320 r ton which is distasteful to
cows is astonishing.
Or six acres we raised enough on.
slage corn to feed forty cows once a
day for seven months, three pounds of
grain being given to each cow. Our
ensilage is just what we expected; it
takeg,the place of the root crop, saves
the feeding of hay once a day, and
with less grain we get better results
in milk, butter and flesh. Frost-bit.
ten corn comes out of the silo fresh
and green. I think it very fortunate
that we bad our ailos built and giving
first-rate satisfaction before the squel
eher on ensilage made his report, for
very likgly there Will not'be any more
silos built after this.
- F You _contemplate cultivating the
soil In yeur orchard, and have not
already. prepared for it, have some
short whippletrees made with books
on the back near the ends so that
the traces. will pass over the ends of
the whippletrees to prevent barking
the trees. The Amertcan Ohsdtivator
Uoarks that as trees are generally
sdrayed more harm than good results
from operation. Great care should
always be taken not to disturb or in
urthe lower and living part of the
k A corzmoi mason's trowel or a
short-handled hoe makes a good scra
EvrYx weed that secures growth on
a field deprives the soil of so much
fertility 4 robs the crops to that
degree. The labor of eradication
is also greater the stronger -- the
wee i and 'It is a well-known fact
that 6e majority of weeds are not only
. feers but- tenactque in habit,
oi greater injury in 'occupying and
seeding thb ground tban by depriving
it of its fertilizing elements.
A Famous Detective.
James Jackson, the famous State de
teptive, resides in Sing 8ing, and is
g~seerll in attendance at the prison.
Hs4tles're to examine carefully the
face of every convict as he enters, and
to scrutinize every visitor in order to
prevent any discharged convict from
seeing his pals. Occasionally he has to
make long-Journeys in pursuit of runa
way prison ers or to identify criminals
convipt6d in other States. He never
makes a- mistake, if once he looks a
man in the eye he will know him under
-any disguise, as he tells his man by the
lock of his eyes. Once an escaped con
vict had his nose pared down one-third,
bitt Jackson detected him at once, not
withstanding this remarkable change
of featiure. Mr. Jackson is about 6
feet 8 inches in height, about 85 years
old, of a light and sinewy build, with
black hair and piercing black eyes, and
is '*laiegether remarkably handsome.
He knows about 10,000 criminals, and
it is simply wonderful that he can dis
tguish the features of every one. On
i~ligjourneys he eats very mnoder
dt elynd always takes one Brandreth
pill atngt. When much fatigued by
the J9l~ g of the cars on his tiresome
tripshuses two Alicock's Porous
l'a*e on the small of his back, which
SL ga9uewed vigor and quickly re
Y 1mof tAll weariness. 'These are
'bolytwo remhedies he uses, and he
i~tr1tes~ a~ vigor and remarkable
~)tt'&loock's porous Plasters and
Tua London Agricultural Gazette,
* p ig of the Brittany cattle, says:
-T' small, silky-skinned, docile and
~pteanimals, give as rich a milk as
gn an well desire. Brittany butter,
dellateandsuperior, of which thous
ad of tons are annually Imported
into this cotintry, is produced from the
milk 'of these cows. .They are also
naturally hardy, thriving on coarse
food, and another impottant charac
teristio Is their freedota from disease
incident tO cattle generally.
"YoDNG colts should be weaneft
while they can get a bite of fresh grass,
er at l. . before cold weather, sets in.
TEheysi ould also have -som'6 extra
carp And feed dufing the first winter.
Setter stint the elder horses in their
grIn ratlfora thua a likely young colt
during its first winter. If stinted then
it wll never prove as valuable there
SnE will eat beans aground,
(e*bt~a. o),d hngoun
aite1 it~ and ragte nas vaiitni
alfioyn r as .in the
come un e 1> e e can
makemo f 1 to hofs:
He conte o , a s t . l fatter
hos faster tbh. l8 a h wn' foo
-fromtwo to three pounds .;per-.day '
We think a diet composed solely or
even largely of grapes would produce
FATTENING CATTLE.--GIVe as
much as they,will eaj up cleaip c
feed ,and as lich,,$Vater and
all times; as -they 11 take. Asbpool
as an aninal begins to fret for food it
begins to lose tiesh, and -the fattening
process is cheoked.
BUTTERMIIK, with -a little meal
added.,s. excellent for fatteqing pigs.
For lY4s it should be mixed with oat
meal. - It should not, however, be
given to very young calves.
THU fat on a cow known to be a
large and rich milker Will mostly go
into the cream pot during the season.
It is never safe to buy a milk cow in
poor condition, as she will require
heavy feeding, or make' por thin
A' FIELD that is Overrtn with iid
onions should be plowed as early. as'
possible'and put to corn. It is a wasete:
of time and labor to use such fields for
U. M. D.
Walking down Broadway is very pleas
ant when you feel well, and Ta-- K-- -
never felt better' than when his friend
asked him how he got over.-lbat severe
cough of his so speedily. '"Ab. my boy,"
said T----, "G. A. I). did it I" And his
friend wondered what G. M. D. meant. He'
knew it did not mean a Good Many Doe.
tore, for T- K----. had tried a dozen in
vain. "I have it," said he, just hitting the
hail on the head "you mean D'. Pierde's
'Golden Medica -Discovery,' or Gold Medal
Deserved as my friend J--B--- always
dubs it." Sold by druggists.
It is better to be flush in the pocket
than'in the face.
We accidently overheard the. following
dialogue on the street yesterday.
Jones. Smith, why don't you stop that
disgusting hawking and spitting ?
Smith. How can I? You know I am a
martyr to catarrh.
J. De as I did. I had the disease in its
worst form but I am well now.
R. What did you do for it?
J. I used Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy.
It cured me and it will cure .voit.
S. I've heard of it, and by Jove I'll try it.
J. Do so. You'll find it. at all the drug
stores in town.
Be a good boy, my son and you will
never be president.
Dr. Pierce's "Favorite Prescription" is
the debilitated women's beat restorative
A river is one of those things which
runs away but is never gone.
A Great English itemedy.
A famous physIcian, many year. ago, with
the aid of ah English chemist, formulated a
preparation which effected relnarkable oui e
of liver disases bile,;indigestion,.etc., and
from a small begnning there arose a large de-.
mand and sale.or it hich hAs'ever increased,
until, after generations have passed, its popu:;
larity has becOme world-wide._ The name' of
thais clbrated remedy 1. Cockle's Anti-Bil
To such traveled Americans as have become
acquainted witht the great merits of thesePilla
(so unlike any others), and whohave ever sine
recorted to their use in oases of need, comreen
dation is unnecessary. But to those whoe have
not uased them and have tao knooteded of- their
wvonderf'.d vlrttes, we noto int,ite-attention.
The u e of these Pills in the United States 's
already large. Their irtueshave never varied,
and will stand the teat of any climate. They
are advertised in our columns-not in a fla
grant manner, but modestly. for the great
p raihe best owed upon them by high -authocri
lies renders it unnecessy, even distaste
ful, to extol their merits be yond plain, unvar
Persona afmicted with indigestion or any bil
ious or liver trouble, should -be ur in mind
"Cockie's'Anti-Bilious Pills," and should ask
for them of their drugg1st. and if lie has n t
got them, insist that he shoulid order them espe
ciali for themselves of any wholesale dealer,
of w homn they can be had.
Fraser Axle Grease.
The Frazer'Axle Geease is the best and,
intrinsically, the cheapest. Don't work
your horses to death by using poor axle
grease. Trry it.
Laziness is a prematuire deathl. -To
be in no action is not to live.
Suig Little Fortunes
may be,bad by all who are suftlotep5ly in
telligent and enterprising to ernbrace the -
opportunities -which occasionally Are of
fered them, Hallett & Co., Portland,.
Maine, have something new to offer in the.
line of work which you can do for them,and
live at home, wherever you are locatedh
Profits immense and every worker is sure
of ever $5 a day; seyeral have inade over
$50 in a single day.'- All Ages; both sexes.
Capital not required; you 'are started free;
all particulars free. You had better write
to the mat once.
The shadow of human life Is traced
upon a' golden' ground of immortal
Every day adds to the great amount of evidence
am to the curative powers of Hood's iJarsa
parilla. It is unequalied for general debility, and
as a blood purliter, expelling every trace of
acrofula or other imprerly. Now is the time to
take It. sold by all drbgglsts.
Take away ambition and vanity,
and wbere will be your heroes and
Nothing likre cans- ikaney oure for Dropsy,
Gravel, Bfright's, Heart, Urinary or Liver Di see,
19errousness &c.- Cure goaranteed. Ofc,-sst
&reh S., A'his. 51 a bottle, It for 15.00, Drugg ass.
Passionate persons are like men, who
stand on:their heads; they.as41l tiige
the wrong way.
'ROYAL Gr,un' mends antingi neolgen Ohi
na, Glasa, Wood. Free Viiat Drttge A Gho.
Nn sea cin dro*u,.n& stiormn can
wreck, no abyss can swallo)w up tile
everlastmng truth of God.
i e o D .ne area r etie ndi $trial
A Baltimore man 1ias invented a
new paper collar, which he calls the
Worm, because it will tuhn.
it afflicted with sore eyee'ults r. IsaeThomp
son'aIEye-water. Druggists sell at%Go. 3Der bottle
.j er thou #, Igost; is what
silad to matrlal ioni of
easiest td tise aija ohe%est, P1so's
Ram WeOstarib. nyda..g..t.a 40.
ae e~ ultedi ia t
t t o bo expelled'
th tFeot ofbr g
e ny overoo>nd 'y
blllyy 9r aome, serious dlseeae. 'the remarkable,
i'itohieved by Rood's fi8arsaparllla, and the
many Words of praise it hMs received, make it
worthy your, oogdeuoe.
' e od' saphtfa for a4erat
y feel proud to recomnoud it as an ex
cellent spring medicine or to be used at all times
asailpgfIder _$r chil . We l as grcwn
o ihe b e t astd Qo
nine A otd auas enjoye I g3od health ever
alie we began giving it to him." B, F. (Iaovsn,
Ytbohester, N. H.
Bold by all druggists. $i; six for fh. Prepared only
by .- 1. HOOD& Co., Low
100 Dosese lai,
Too much eftort. ounot be made to bring to
the attention of sultering womanhaod the great I
value of Lydia R. Pinkham's Vegetaie Com.
pound as a remedy -for the diseases of women.
:_uoh'an one is the wife of Gnel'al. Darringer of
' Yinatoo tN. 0., and we quote from tue General's
1etet as folloWs:,'f"Dcar Nres nikhain Please
allow'1e to add titimoiyfto the fost excel
lent medicinal qualities of your Vegetable Com.
pound. - Mrs. Barringer was treated for several
years for what the physician, called Leucorrhosa
and Prolapsus Utrt combined. I sent her to
Illehmond, Va.,' where she remained for Rix
mouths under the treatment of an eminent Phyal
clan without any permanent i enefilt. She was In.
duced to try your medicine ana after a reasonable
time commenced to improve and Is noiv able to
attend to her business and oonslders herself fully
eldved." (General Barringer is the proprietor I
of Ihe American Hotel. Winston, N. U., and is I
widely kaown.] N 0.O a IN
MASON & HAMLIN
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mona Imtroleb to 9. tn
him. C Ro clu 'what
yougoo hore man wasl
be good for the horse.
So I got a bottle of Piso's
Cure and gave him half
of it . through the nos-.
trils. This helped him,
and I continued giving
same doses night and
morning until I had
used two bottles. The
horse has become per
fectly sound. I can re-.
commend Piso's Cure for
the horse as well as for
-- N. S. 3. STRIDER.
Best&4h syruA esates* & Use
A TE N forl,-.e"a"
:NHM atut Lawyer. Wsshington, D1. 0.
One Agent (Merchant cold)wanted in every town frI
eer haude b uc''aete best 6o. cIgars we
GLAscoflT & DnAGG, Mionroe, WVis,.
We think Itho n do ubht, tat your "Ta a l1'
Vx. L. DAvrs & Co., Drug gluts, Worcester. Masr. 1
SAddren B. W. TANNILL &O O.. ~hiago,
I.K,INB'S GREAT y
'rr Aatll&N5Ra REVKRE8 ORE
"' i,"e 'g .(,"ia i'e.*#Isy '* *
ps sU T etied P triaBl dDr.le r
or f > tc to DR KLrepai Arcan. Nahldingta a.
Drgit hh' ,'"'AtN R US.
R ~Gur1~m & Purif Blood DNaid'
"'I erpad D. AIDWashington .NAJC
E'ria inmae ls seas in Sotn d'
to tetfthefeedigV oler of n aore oI*
cabbag deloared wi?t;4han acre o
Sweis tunis fr attenigs.heep, a
J90T SIni COUrzu DO.-Noth
. er gained by want of polite.
$ was an' estimable Quoker
1u kept a boarding house,
a " prospered as to be often
obliged to send some of her patrons to
lodge In the houses of her neighbors.
- Recently a company of a dozen or so
Baltimoreans, who had been recom.
mended to, this lady, arrived in the
Dlty and at once repaired to her resl
"I ca Itgive thee all board," said she
to the,-karylanders, "but thee must
deep in Oo 's.
"What!" cried the amazed -spokes.
"That is the. best I can do for thee;
nd if thee do not like it, thee oan go
' gthe ndIgat visitors went.
IT WoRRIn HIM CONSIDERABLY.
-Friend (to .olonel Sprout, of Green
Flat)-"Hello, Colonel, what makes
rou look Sq blue?"
Col9nel-"The, sudden downfall of
val estate in Green Flat, my boy.
lust think, last week lots on.Crawfish
itreet were selling at six hundred dol
ars per front foot. Now look. will
rou? Gone down to twenty-five cents."
"Why didn't you sell?"
"SellI why, hang it, my boy, I had
i4 land-not a foot."
"Then why has the decline hurt
"Oh, it worries me to think that I
night have had lots and been fool
mouth to hold tliem until ;tbe boom
"IT'S just a little poem, my dear,"
ihe said, timidly, to her husband, on
Its return fron his editorial labors- "a
tray thought that came to me to-iay.
mnd I've trod to put it in verse. It '
rery crude, of course, and I'm quite
ashamed to shbw it to you; but I
bought, perhaps-" and the lady anx
ously awaited the verdict.
"Not so bad," he said, 'handing it
ack to her. "How near's dinner
He found out that dinner wasn't
nywhere near ready.
"WELL, how do you like the rooms?"
eked Mrs. Dotonart, who was showing
he Smithingtons over her new house.
"Oh, they are perfectly lovely I" ex
laimed Mrs. Smithington; "and they
re furnished so sweetlyl What ex.
tuisite plaques those are, hren't they,
"What, them dishes on the wall?"
aked old Bill Smithington. "Yes,
hey is perty enough, but why didn't
hey have some closets in the house to
mt tu,e crockery in?"
Mrs. Dotonart goes into very mild
mysterics, and Mrs. Smithingtoni gives
ubby William such, oh such! a look.
Lovn's LAnon Losc.--He had taken
ier to bear Patti at $7 a seat, and at
erward to elnonico's, where the two
ogether ate up $l1.75 worth. As he
eached for his hat later that same
iight, she said:
'"I am sorry, - Mr. Sampson, if my
efusal will cause you pain. I esteem
,on highly as an. escort, and in that
apacity I :will always be a sister to
out butt your Wife I cannot be.. You
to tOo extiavagant."
*A MANUF"ACTURtER of bronze orna
ients sent a drummer to Tiexas,
vbere he managed to get one siull
rder. A few weeks afterward. the
allowing -correspondence took place:
P1aease send your. agent down this
pay- againi as soon as possible.'' Reply
-"it would very miuch Incommode me
o do so at presdnt.. H-ow large an or
er do you wish to make?" Reply.
'I did not intend to ordler more goods.
have n elted the lot your agent sold
so into bullets to shoot h im with. "
"You know, Miss flitzjoy," said
oung Smallitte, "I'Ve get a vely
ood thing to tell you."
"Oh, I'm delighted. What is it,
"I'm engagedI to be married, you
now, to Miss .
"Well, I am more than delighted. I
ras so afraid you were going to pro
ose to me."
And Smallwitte doesn't hardly know
vhat she meant yet.
MUOT'NT EXPECT Too MUcH.
~oung Mother: "What do you think
fthe little darling, Major Boots?"
Major Boots: "Well-er-isn't he
Young Mother (reproachfully): "He
only ti*o weeks old, you know."
Major Boots (hastily): "Ye-e es, 1
now. I-I meant small for his age."
IT was spiteful, but spitefulnes3 ean.
ot-be legislated out of human niature.
'Did you hear that Mrs. bmith is -hav
kr her picture painted?" "You don';
iyl Ttiat old thingi" "Yea, hideed;
alnted in oil." "Well, I nevieri hn
tii It she ever iaants to have a good
kenss shle'll have to be painted in
OMAtIA -MAN-"WelI,- like all the
sat of us,.you married an angel, of
ourae?" 'Young H usband-**She is
ot an angel in one respect, but she is
i.another." ."Found that out, eh?"
Tee; angels don't wear $50 bonnets.
hie does." "Oh,.but she.a is an angel
i one respeot, you .think?" "Yes;
ngels can't cook. Neither can she."
"Do)N'T be a fool,'? she said, with a
nap, to her husband.
dWydi't you tell me tlist whien4
as1Fed you-toimarry me?" he replied,
nd silence fell upon that house.
Yo,ugac M4N: (Wil4petag . .to jew
ler)-"Thategag,ment ring I bought
f yo etra-."
"eDle-~What's the matter with
Young Man (cautiously)--"Shi I t
ildn't have a chanco. Gimme collar
"Is -IT true,- Mona. Baptiste, 'that
~arrots live several centuries?"
"Certainly, Mmre. Poellet. We have
m9,at my master's.house that haisboen
a the family for 400 years, Of course
mill 1- 01 .-~
Curts and Prov"n00
'' Stiff Nook,,
quicker than any known remedy. It was the ldrat
That instantly stops the nmst exoruolating pams,
allays Inflammiation, and cures (Congestlous,.
whether of the Lungs, Stoh, Bowels, or oiher
glands or organs, by one appllcatlon:
No matter how violent or excruclating the pain
the -Rheumatic, Bedridden Infirm Crippled,
Nervous Neura!glo, or prostrated with diseases
msy suffer. potae
RADNAY'5 READY RELIEF
will afford'instant ease.
Thirty to sixty dropa In halfa tumbler of water
will, In a few minutes, oure Cram Spasms, Sour
Stomach, Nausea, Vomiting, Palp tation of the
HIeart., Faintness, iie rtburn, Sick Heaacho, pla.
rhoea Dysentery, Co , Wind in the Bowels and
all Internal rains.
There is not a remedial agent in tihe world
that wIll curo Fever and Aao and all other Mx
larlous Bilious, and other Fevers (ibli"- by RAD.
WAY' tPILLS), so quick as RAD1WAY'8 READY
Fifty cents per bottle. Sold by Druggists.
DRi. YtADWAY (3V0: 14. L,
Proprietors of Iiadway's I 'lrapariitan Re.
sotvgnt andi Dr. lItadway's PIll.s
*eetaebs, skne, Cot t
the Chestand a Aches a4stras.
-- BarroflmstlIone 6ndsrslimUe
U Soundlsoaas. ASK roa
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THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY
Yor Liver. Bil. Indigestioh eti. Free fron' Ater
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SPARKS FROM THE RAILS.
What the Employees of the 'Oentral-Hud
son Railroad have to Say about Dr.
Rochester, May 28, 1888.
Pardee Medicine Co:
GENT:-I desire to express to you some
thing of my feelings of gratitude for what
your remedy has done for me. For fifteen
years I have suffered greatly with neuralgia.
At times the pain has been so intense that
death would have been a welcome relief. It
affected my eyes to such an extent that for a
time I was totally blind and gave up all
hope of recovery, no treatment I could pro
cure afording me even temporary relief. I
have used Dr. Pardee's Rheumatic Remedy
for several months and to-day I am as well
and as free from all neuraio pains as when
Dr. Pardee's Rheumatic Remedy iys cured
me and I am positive it will cure any case of
neuralgia or rheumatism, and I shall recom
mend it to all.
I would not again suffer what I have for
flve thousand dollar.
Yours respectfully, D. W. MILLER,
Engineer, N. Y. 0. & H. R. R. R.
MORE WORDS OF PRAISE.
Mr. Horton Knight, a baggageman on the
N. Y. C. & H. R. R. R., who resides at No. 9
R.iverdale street, this city, says:
"I have been troubled with rhenmatIsm for
several year.. This spring I had a very severe
attack of inflammatory rheumatism and was
compelled to leave my train. I suffered in
tense pain. My arm and hand wore badly
swollen and inftamned. I t'ook various kinds
of medicine, but obtained no relief. I was
ure to try Dr. Pardee's Remedy, but it was
wit get reluctance that I did so, as .1 had
no fth whatever in it. But I am fully con
vinced from personal experience that it is a
positive cure for this dreaded disease, and I
can recommend it as a remedy worthy the
confidence of all. Am feeling 'better than I
have for ten years and attrib,,tte it all to Dr.
Pardee's Rheumatic Remedy."
Pardee Medicine Co., Rochester, N. Y.
Sd bi druggiesonth jaiall.
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readr rde strad
Why did ti
of this country use ove~
Procter & Gamnble'a Lenox
- Sa a cake of Leuiox and yoi
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RIARII Or.IIfltATIONS. E14x
ASir .VI D.. PXak.'s i OYt ,
LITTLa BaGidli-cOATED PI.;E"", ;
H n enil'vi6'bete'oette witout dturba oan h sa n ie;;:
'Or occupation. ut up In'gasl Qhe
cally sealed. Always fe an f'elaie4q
h laxailvealter'atlvve or purgativ
ilius at a
dorangements of the sto
aich and bowels, are prorn ---
ly relieved and permanen y ..
Inexplanation of the re;meuial power of thtia '
may truthfullyhe said th at the ir aotin.
e asyysten is unirsl not glatdd orit 'f
druggie,9 cents a ylal. Maniufactured at th@
-MsDIOAr. Asso o TrION uTalo N.Y.
Is, offered by the inantufactuiy'<.
era of Dr. Naage+s Cata - -
orocdcupai-. u Nasa lCatarrh whioh
4 they cannot ouro.:
SY1lIPTOMS OF CATARRg."-Df
heavy headache, bstruction of the
passages, discharges falling from the head
inta the throat, sometimes profuse 'tery,
and acrid, at others, thick, t4uuotons, mucous
purulont, bloody ad putrid; the, eyes are
wea, watery, and inlamed; there is rin
Slear te hranex 'atio 1 ive
,mate, ogoto with scaba frm l er;l
voce 14 change nd nAsao tt ng; the
breath is offensive; smell and tate are im
paired; there Is a sensation of dizziness, with
mental depression, a backing ouh and gen
eral debility. Only a few of the e-named
symptoms are llOl to g presen In any on
tse sto is i vf esae annuall, wihout'
maiesinghaf the aaove nypcet old, by
sut in consumption, asd l nd ,Jn.th grave.
neiau. oar lestor oWoRd'S physiian.d
By Its mild, soothifr, and healing pperties
~~~erofDr. Sage's Catarr eeycrstewtl
ear. oa eCata'hro aI olr the hea
Coryza, and atarrh al Headae e.
Sold by druggista everywhere;. 0 cents.
"Untold Agony fron Oftar th.'
Prof. W. HAUSNRn, the famous mesmerist,
of Ithaca. N. Y.writes: "8ome ten years ago
I suffered untod Agony from promseh nasal
catarrh. Miy fatnily physician gave mue up as
Ineurable, and said I must die. y ase waa
such a bad one,-that every day towards sun
set, my voie would becor so thoarse I could
barely speak e a whisper. In the morning
it oas daned clearing of mo thrat woul
Catarrh temedy, in three month, ion w a well
man, and the wur has been. permanent, ' .
"vonstaic tly H awking and Spitting."
THoMAS J. RtUSnINo, IT/.,?90!.P1ne Street,
St. Lotis, Mto., writes : '. 1-was a great. sufferer
fromn catarrh for three years. At times Icoud
hardly breathe, and was constanty harwking
and spittin, and for the lst eight month
coymd not breathje through the .,nostrils.
thought nothing could ho done for tihe. Luck
ly, I was advised- to try Dr. Sage's ntarrh
ierney and am now s ell man. Iw liev
miesti hlo the abovsrereeym etowre
sanufactu u ati one as end to gie rta
o disase i o cnne -astound g re itts and
Three ottles Our Catarrh"l,
EBI Isnmi, oothig,and hea0.Cluming Cer.e,
Pa.,says: 'byaugher bad2 catarh, "t1
Sage's Catarrh Remedy advert e, aw o
cured a bottle for her, and soon saw tat it
helped her; a tird bottle er oted ao rma
nou aa h Y ,eow eighteen years ld and
su-h a d reat eve dayo
set, yvoice oul bcoe s harstculd
barelyspeakaboe al -gerI btre on
man aron'd h cur ba been 9 pedran,
b"eConr tposly g atal ad oo th.
TorzA J2.pg Catalg, 1istra 9onLs5 btreet,
St oun, M M.,ies "IDa a gra Aute
fro ctarh ortesfe' years. CAt. e ilois.d
hArdbrathe,AN'andwa cor-thely h&igpn
anhi ttignd fr thNe lu istogte Hints
cound ano reat ahe tru h the ~nari.
thuh P otin cu r b T&nofr re. Luk
tMedR aI am enowawlRntUN beiev
i,tob A te oly suheremd fa or tateino
82aNfacthre, pdelo aslonhil, ogv Pi a
9ai tyealt experence astoEnig redha and
apanen ret euroA." lt
ieTi H our:s ..ti uea to 4o
Pa day:' N. Bed t,, Phadcaa,h wlA
s D a fv rs:. oldBvebdyN1.Awr
Sa e's tablseedy 40 erti.d Ford phe.
cred b a bodtte f Jefer,sond oonge swit HoI
hepe hea thr boe efce ap
commndxid harty," yr
The PrM n a per. d9 '
nea ta tares.dd Cie upDostos
80 to 00 i dIIO Ide AN.A4 .