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TBz seeds of Carrots and parsni
xe vryfly tm. gormnang, an.4 to
tbiscoiaui s de the failure on the pa
of some farmers to gropv those r PS.
The seed should be Sown early, so ao to
have the young plants make some bekd
way before the grass shall. begin to
w thlo ly, or hand-weeding naust be
tOiYt wduld, be Lest to,use
of seed, planting them in 'stool'
ut six inches apart in the rows, and
thin out the surplus plants after they
shall be up.
IT is not safe to suddenly change i ii
food of cows from the dry hny a. d
grain to an e,elusive green d i t. If
rye shall cojne in for pasturing allow
the eows but a Xew Minutes upon it the
dret day, gradually extending the time
ever day thereafter until they shall be
come accustomed to the 'greerd food.
In this tnanper mpay be avoided bowel
diseases and a falling oft of milk.
TIn cost of milk depends upon the
cost of the food, hence the more milk
recelved from a cow in proportion to
food given the cheaper the cost. But
unless warm quarters be given a large
quantity of food must be diverted to
creating warmth for the'body, and it
would therefore be economical to keep
the cows comfortable in order to
cheapen the cost by lessening the
amount of food required for bodily
warmth. In other words, shelter Is
food, as it protects the animals against
FOTATOES FOR STARcIr.-The most
profitable industry of the new Swedish
colony In Areostook county, Maine, is
that of raising potatoes for the starch
factories, of which there are twenty
six. The largest of these made last
year 802 tons of starch - from 98,000
bushels of potatoes. The process of
starch making is simple, consisting
merely of grinding the potatoes, wash
ing the pulp and settling the starch in
three vats successively after it has been
thoroughly washed with clean water to
remove all impurities. Furnace heat
is eihployed for drying.
The Best SprIng Medicine Ever Discov
Every one needs a Spring tonic-a reme
dy which will strengthen and invigorate
the system and tone up the action of all the
organs. The Spring is the time above all
others for the sick to get well; it is the time
for the comparatively well to keep in good
health by the use of a judiciously selected
With the advent of Spring comes mala
ria, nervousness and debility. A weak
and tired feeling, if neglected, always re
sults in nervous and physical exhaustion.
Cure these diseases, or guard against them
by the use of Dr. Greene's Nervura Nervo
Tonic, which is the greatest and best of all
Spring medicines. This wonderful remedy
is recommended by physicians, druggists
and the people everywhere as being the
most marvelous in its effects of any known
medicine. If you are nervous, irritable,
depressed and cannot sleep nights, use this
remedy by all means, and your nerves will
became strong and steady and, your sleep
calm, natural and refreshing. If you wake
tired mornings, with dull head, bad taste
in the mouth, no appetite for breakfast,and
feel weak, languid and exhausted, this re
markable remedy will clear your head,
give you an appetite and restore your
strength, vigor and energies. If you have
dyspepsia, indigestion, biliousness, consti
pation, kidney complaint, pain and weak
ness in the back, this remedy will give you
sure relief and cure. It is a perfect s'pecifio
for nervous debility, neuralgia, nervous or
sick headache, heart disease, p)alpitation,
paralysis, nunibness,. trembling andI ali
Use this remedy and you will never re
gret it. It is purely vegetable, and Its
wonderful effects afford a safe, sure and
positive cure. Do0 not be persuaded to
take anything else, for this remed.y has no
equal. It is the greatest medical discovery
of the age. All druggists keep it. Price
$1 per bottle. If your druggist dloes not
have it, he will get it for you. Its discov
orer, D)r. Greene, 35 West 14th street, New
York, the great specialist in curing nerv
ous and chronic diseases, can be consulted
free, personally or by letter.
"TEREci is one -thilig about me."
said Dun)iey;'as he wrote his name in
the hotel register: "I pay as I go, and
don't you forget to remomberi" "Any
baggage?" asked the clerk. "No."
"Then you won't pay as you go; you'll
pay as you comel T wo dollars, please,
and remember not to forget it!"
A .BUSINESS MONKCEY.- Gentlemian
(who has given the organ grinder's
monkey a mickel)-What's the matter
with the monkey. Garibaldi? He looks
at that nickel as though I ought to hav'e
given him a dollar."
Garibaldi-He look to see if gooda.
ALWAYs NEIGHDEORLY,- Brown
"See here, neighbor Jones, you are
throylug all your snow in front of my
Jones-(eaning on his shovel) "that's
the kind of a man I amn-neverhavo
anything without wanting my neighbor
to have some, too."
PATRoN OF DIME MUsEUMi (at box
oRice) -"See here, mister, you guaran
teed to take fifty scalps when I went in
and you haven't taken a darned one. I
want my money back."
Ticket Seller-"O, yes we have. You
are one of the fifty we've already scalp.
DENTAL INTELLIGEiNCE.- "For
heaven's sake, give that man a nut
cracker," said a lady at an Austin hotel
to a Walter, pointing to a gentleman
from Dallas wtho was cracking hickory
nuts With his teeth.
"I don't want It; these nuts are so
hard I'm afraid I might break it," re
plied the'man from Dallas crunching
another nut between his teeth.
The Ilandsomiess-Lady in Town
Remarked to a friend the ether day that
she knew K(emn's Balsami for the Throat
and Lungs was a superior remedy, as it
stopped her cough instantly when other
remedies had no effect whatever. So to
prove this and convince you of its merit, any
druggIst will give you a Sampl Bottle'
Pred Large bottles 00 cents and $1.
*Do you know how long Robinson has
been keeping house?
- Smith-,o; but it must be a good
-many years. I took dinner with him
*the thier day, and he carved a (luck
without spilling it on the floor.
r,, ii '- . sF 7
A LADT desired Dr, Johnson -to give
his oppign of a worlkshe ird iA M rit.
tn.'d1ng; thatlt 1t Would-no 66silo
Eggedbiiri tq.tellho, for she I k o h
*r irons in'the fire; an$4 in es eor Its
not bein:s likely to sucosed SlA' could
bring out-sonething else. "TheLa,> said
the doctor, after turning ove' n. -row
1Qaves, "I advieo you, madaw* to put
it where your irons are."
MODE8TY DOESN'T- PAY.---Judgo
"Your recklessness in burglarizing the
house in broad daylight is almost ..
Burglar-'"Yes, Your Honor, modes.
ty doesn't pay in my line of busge4s,"
A-OORRESPONDENT .its:: "Can you
give me the iucome oc the Duke of
Westminster?" Kind friend, we can's;
we haven't it; and if we had we'd prob
ably conclude to keep it.
To dream of a ponderous whalo,
Ereet on the t>p of his tail,
Ia the sign a storm
(If the weather is wirm),
U nless it should happen tio fail.
Dreams don't amount to much, anyhow.
Soio signs, however, are infallible. If
you are constipated, with no appetite, tor
tured with sick headache and bilious symp.
toms, those signs indicate that you need
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Purgative Pellets.
They will cure you. All druggists.
Large charity doth never soil, but on
ly whitens soft hands.
When all so-called remedies fail, Dr.
Sage's Catarrh Remedy cures.'
No fountain so small but heavo may
to imagined in its bosom.
Blood Wil1 Tell.
There is no question about it-blood will
toll-especially if it be an impure blood.
Blotches, eruptions, pimples and boils, are
all symptoms of an impure blood, due to
the improper action of the liver. v'hen
this important organ falls to properly per
form its function of purifying and cleans
ing the blood, impurities are carried to all
parts of the system, and the symptoms
above referred to are merely evidences of
the struggle of Nature to throw off the
poisonous germs. Unless her warning be
heeded in time, serious results are certain
to follow, culminating in liver or kidney
disorders, or even in consumption. Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery will
prevent and cure these diseases, by restor
ag the liver to a healthy condition.
It is not genius so much as ability
that carries one through the battle of
Consumption surely Cured.
To the Editor:-Please lnfor,a your readers
that I have a positive remedy for the above
named disease. By its timely use thousands of
hopeless cases have been permanently cured. I
shall be glad to send two bott.es of my remedy
FREE to any of your readers who have consump
tion if they will send me their Eapresa and 1'. o.
T. A. SLOCUM, M.., 181 Pearl St., N. Y.
There is nothing so sweet as a duty,
and all the pleasures of life come in the
wake of duties done.
Nothing Cures Dropsy, Gravel, Bright's, Heart,
Diabates, Urinary Liver Diseases. Nervousness
&o., like Cann's Kidney Cure. omce, 891 Arct
St., Phlla. $t a bottle, a for $5. At Druggists.
Cures the worst eases. Caro guaranteed. 'Try it.
The wise man seeks. the cause of his
defects in himself, but the fool, avoid
ing himself, seeks it in all others beside
Frazer Ario Grease.
One trial will convince you that it is the
best. Ask your dealer for the Frazer Axle
Grease, and take no other. Every box has
our trade mnark on.
Sow good services,sweet remembranc
es will grow from thlem.
Thsat tired feeling, so subtle and yet Eo over
poweriag, is entirely overcome by Hood's Sarsa
parlia, which t' lies ant strengthens the' system
and gives a good appetite. lIe sure to get Hood's
Sarsaparilta. "100 Doses One Dollar" is true only
of ihis peculiar medicine.
What p:events us from being natural
is the desire to appear so.
Best, easiest to use and cheapest. Piso's
Remedy for Catarrh. By druggists. 50c.
Wickedness may prosper for a while,
but in the long run he who sets all
knaves at work will pay them.
OSTA S PALATABLE
somj R disguised that tho most
delicatoaotomiach can tako it.
R emarklable as a~
P Aersona gain rapidly
while taking It.
sns~ .~iSCOT'"S EMULSION
Is aocnnwledged by Physicians to be the FINESI
and BJEST preparation of its class for the relief of
CONSUntPTION SCROPULA, GENERA:,
.DEn1LITr WASTING DIS'EASES Q
CHIILDIL,and CH RONIC COU 11 i.
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GENT8' HAT BAZAAR,
1, 8 & 5 New Church St., cor. Fulton St.
NEW YonRK OITT,
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For The Nervous
cURESNorvoua ProstrationNervous Head.
?tche,Neuralg is, NervouaWeaknlese
atomach and Liver Diseases, and all
ections of the "Kidney.
AS A NERVE TONIC, is Strengtl ens
and Quiets tho ~erve.
AS- AN ALTERATIVE, It Purives and
Enrtches the Bloo.r.
AS A LAXATIVE, It acts mildly, but
Surely, on the 73owels.
AS A DIURETIC. It itegulatos the Kid.
noys and Cures their Diseases.
Recommended by professional and businessmen.
Price $,oo. -Sold by druggists. Send for circulars.
WELLS, RICHARDSON A CO., Proprietors,
FT ;;qr WELLS'
restores a ra
Blair to orif
mal color. sn
coming out ;
an eONOurA con-- cr
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? io omttoo thrio
R. . emoeaid,,ents.
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b0, . oth , ret
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m liftene . DrEn
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iEAelead5' E ORL
CONUMPIO rhl d reug
By al druggstor ssi 2
CURES WHERE.ALL EEFA 8.
tte oootn p TAStoS good. Ue
I beries CPiffs N.ur.
for onsumlon saved
m yifo--A H.DOWE1LL,
MiN nurr ,dn
fet onN. C, Ail23, 1887.
o orhia o*rPia'so CUo cas.eevnas
OnSPO N.r'nr Csean
AteI ll theret obaecion.st
D r l. dr..Iss.B Bo
t ns, O.uallorwrit. vice rea od Used
P .Sl bth dREggiss. T
A raunla or o on
T.ndr. MdI."A. Mnn.
UBLIMURIbimo RhEuAti RemY ed.
Ov oxL 34iTT~ qi Noue. 4 FIllinub.,
COnstxitl,mg PhysFcan, oirtan ts m i .
sod iSrato ervols and 1aoaI)biy
UAD AthMIQNI Ir '1 tj LEO
"-The other day a small boy ippeare
at sohool aftet a day's absence, an
wthout an excuse
Why were you absent esterdayl'
4My sister has the ammonia in'th
left leg" said he, "an'.I couldn't come
.esterday; an' they couldn' 'tend to m3
excuis0 this n:iornling."
* Ammonia in the left leg 1" exolai
ed the teacher. "What do you mean?'
''That is what she has got, ma'am,
the boy insisted.
The teacher. was in doubt whothei
the boy was simply getting up a smart
answer or whether he had made a mis
take. She sent him home with a note of
irquiry, therefore, and learned from the
i eply that his sister had been ill with
pueumonia In the left lung!
TULY HAD AORE$D.-Olerk of Court
-"Wel, gentlemen of the jury, have
you agreed.upon a verdict?"
Clerk-"What say you? Do you find
the prisoner at the bar guilty or not
Ulerk-"You do! Do what."
Foreman--"We find the prisoner at
the bar guilty or not guilty."
Olerk-"ut, gentlemen, you must
Foreman-"Of course. You see, six
of us lad him guilty, and six of us find
hitm ndt guilty, so we've agreed-to lot
it go at that."
PnEPARED FOR ANYTING.---"Does
it not seem ~a dreadful thing to you
when you reflect that It will be many
years at the most before you lie down
in the silent tomb?" said the tract dis
"Oh, no, no, no,"said the jaded look
ing man; "the silent tomb, dreadful? no,
"You are prepared, then, I trust, for
"Prepared? I'm prepared for any
thing. I'm proof reader for a comic
"Do you think, young man," he said,
'ihat you will be able to take care of
my daughter, Flora, in the style to which
she has always been accustomed ?"
"I think so, bir,"answered the young
man confidently. "She refused to go
to the concert with me last week because
she said she had 'nothing to wear.'"
SUE-"Did you visit Pompeii while
abroad, Mr. Wabash?" Mr. W abash
(of Chicago:) "Yes, and it's about the
slowest place I struck. I s'pose ther's
more business done in Chicago in oye
day than there has been done there for
Too AWFULLY RUDE.-Little Nell
The gentlemen were real p)llte to we
in the street car. One real nice one
gave me a seat.
"Yes, on his knee."
"Yes, Mnamma, an' sonro big girls
standing up looked real mau 'causu no
one was polite to them.
ARE YOU SiCK?
Do you feel dull, languid, low-spirited,
lifeless, and indescribabl miserable, both
physicall and inentally :x exerieneo a
sense of fllness or bloatig after eating,
intemrning, tonu to ate< bitter or
bad taste in mouth, Irregular ap petito, diz
sght "floatin seks" efre thed eye
nervous prostration or' exhaustion, Irrita
bility of temper, hot flushes,balternating
wit chill sesations, sharp bitig, tx iin
siness aftor meals, wakefulness, or dis
turbed and unrofreshing sleep, constant,
U~~i DAVID 0. LowF. s. of
. Billou 8 cnad s : "-ng troub
ious a flutteri ng of ti1
ATAK c igt alte,jscov iiuae h
very hiscobery'efit theer
" FOR THI
Thoroughly cleanse the blood, which is
the fountain of health, by using Dn.
Pianns dOLDmNr MEDICAL DIsCOVER
and good digestionafarkn,bon
e estAblished.odl eith and vigor will
GoLDjiN MEDhOAL DISCOVERY cutres all
A medicine possessing the power to ou:
certainl be cdited wit possessing propl
obstinat or difficult of euro than Salt-rhe:
IAND I td'&o'g1m
relative of mine had boon a great sufferer
upwards of forty years. The disease was ir
handh, causing the skin to crack 0open 03n th
at the joints and betwooen the lingrs. Sho n
bandags and durng the winter mnths Ii
dressed dily. The pain was quite severe at
-health was badl affected, paving tho way
in addition to the sat-hon. She hadusec
the most onimondsblo perseveranc all the
by her physicias but without btaning r
began treating heit by drinking teas mam
Ing roots and herb. She qtined this fo:
. ived no benefit. Finally,abot ton years a
'oflen 1Medil Discovery' and er md
udoLDr ENDJOAT Drs Tun curs COn
sto(wnior is belod-urafythe Lungs),
SO8LOMON BUTrs, of.J
00NsUR410 O.,io, writes, "I
~ifc. She; tak:Awith cons11mption and1
noorand 1aving but2'oant ia n, tallerSi
Im mnight show mo something ; and theb it a
wi'f"etoole** a direcoil. d*asaresutahoi
[jj ~Wastin Dlsease.-WA
mn IN D of (110.110 , Sum 'n,rsop,
- - Cn,writes: "V on ccr
eatour orkfvei das a burdn".t
WORLD'S DiSPENSARlY MI
Sold by all druggists. $1; six for $3. Prepared only
by C. I. IOOD & CO., Apathecarics, Lowell,Mass.
100 Doses One Dollar
T otaaa w o ueto rom a
to fie dollars lu a ltubber Coat, and
at sr fiads to his sorrow thatst i9 IkA
hardly a etter protscion than a mos"
W ting10 il n t eta in, ed as
fools ir t e dots nut look exacti lIk
Ask for the "' Il tiAi b' Su.anls _H
does not hiave the Its, sano, Cadfr e lyoc
rCAMN--wE E Da
r,;;,',;j t "'
$TMPTOMSS AND CONDITIONS
T it Remedy Will Itelievo nd Cue.
I or heartthumpsaftersuddeneifortskipa
fdien, fainspels, fits or spass' avo eart
YU feel as though water was gathering
If Y around tho heart, or have heart dropsy,
bU have Vertigo dizzy attacks, ringing in
You ears, disposed to nervons prostraUon,
rppoploxy, shook or sudden death,
VU have Neuralgia, Numbness in arms or
YOU limbo darting pains like Rheumatism
Ocean-Weodcuresand prevents going to hearl
Preparod at Dipensar. "UIDIS TO IEALTII,~
Sent Pree. Ilingb au,ton~, N. V.
DRU10J rTW, jA0 1 I $1.00.
1 1 - - I i
[COPYalGIIT, l87. j
indesacribablo feeling of' dread, or of lin-- lial
pending cnlamity ? (in
If you have ail, or any' conide(lralO l'
number of these symptoms, you arc im
sufYering fromt that most commion of tin
American mnahsdies-llllious t)yapalsa, or ele,
To'rpid Liver, assoeiated wlth ain~l, imi
Or Indigestion. fTho mnoro COl ieatedi Jt:
your diseaso has become, the greater the KuI
niumber andi diversity of symptomis. No ele
matter what stage it haa reached, Du,a dis,
P'imson's GoLDNn Mmnc.AI, Discoviny ton
will subdte it, if taken according to di- tioi
rectiens for a reasonable length of time, sira
If not mured, com plcntions mlultii)y ami der
Consum tionl of the Lungs, Skin Disenses, riti
Hatsase, Ilhecumatim, Kidney Djis- iI
ease, or ether grave luaiadio,s aro quito dis,
9t. .A oathe Mtanitoba, Ms
Led wilth a errible bil- Co. N. '
.0 hearte poer rest at ER thig,
lets,' and riariGed toe EAE ih' jide
in*" work. I ta
humors, from a common lilotch, or Erup- en
Uon, to the worst Scrofuha. Satit-rhoun, us
Fever-sores," Scaly or lRough Skin, in l.h
short, all.diseases caused by' ba blood, are Toi
coqur- by titl powerful purifyig, and ole
cors rapidly heal under its benign E1lin- Go
ro such inveterato blood and skin dliseaGes as i
erties cap)ablo of curing any and All sIinu an,
rxo, Aug. 18th, 1887. my fancy, and seeing tha
M'EDIOAL. AssoOXA- mnedito recommaendedl
tat, ilutrao N. Y.: suirerer from salt-rheum
i1 years I mave felt it tookc one bottli but sees
you tile facts In rela- that'it would taice time fa
n'e of a miost aggra- better, and encouraged
n, by the se of your halif-a-dozen bottles, and
cry. An elderly ady tot notico ani.Iimprovemien
tromt salt-rheum for was entirely ecured. 1ier
lest distressing in her anid heathy as ach.lld's
o inside of thl fingers improved; toe rheusmatil
as obliged to protect almost cured, so that it
salves, ointments and ensjoyed excellent health
ad to have her hanIds return of either salt-rh
timnes and her general seems to have olittrl eiv
for other diseases to Sho is t1ow over eighty<c
etdeal of suiferinj extreme age. '
falti tilly, adwt I have written this lett
sle f. She aitertyrds raiLndotuin reUc' h
le fromt blood-puirify- --for 'Golden' It is in its
several years bu td tho multituide of niostrui
o hth n tro renhonshy flatmnted b'for<
UDAKE LUNGS, S'PITM
Lungs Spting of Blloed, Shortness of pr
hircat, Eronelsii Chronio Nasal Catarrh, ar
Severe Coughs, Asimai, and kindred airec bkc
tions, it is a sovereign remedy. WThile it
Vorthi Clayon, .iami Mrs.
"vIots the*ordsno flimu, OFi
vory' lias done n FiVE YEAR' th*'
oole.eng ery s,ru
earns as though mbo tme
1slto n work fam.' ily,, with good efreet
sedtkngou WoDt|OOO.! cure
wgbe iptt baod WlIerQ was
a dsy tul hOW~ Discovery $1,00, six
DIOAL ASOCIATIn, Pprns, m aNo 03I
This is not
a catAh t in
only but ts
with and true only
of flood's Barsapa- -
pariila, which is the a
very beat spring -
medicine and blood purifer. Now, teader, prove
it. Take a bottle home And measure Its con'ents.
You will find it to. hold 100 teaspoonsfuls. Now
read the direotionb,and you will and that the aver.
ago dose for porsous of dlilerent agei Is less tharn
It teaspoonfnl. Thus the ovidence of the peculia,r
strcngth and economy of Hood's Sarsaparilla 'ls
conclusive and unanswerable.
"Feeling languid and diSzy, having no appOtito
anid no ambition to work, I took Hood's Sarsapa
rilla, with the best results. As a health Invigor
ator and for general debility I think it superior
to anything else." A. A. IitKER, Utica, N. Y.
"M1y wile and myself were both generally raun
down. Iood's Sarsaparill.i brought us out of that
tired feeling, and made us feel like young people
again. It has done more for us tan all other
medicines togetler." IIIoNARD IIAw1111T,
Amityvii.o, Long Island, N. Y.
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100 Doses Onlo Dollar
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uake a largo eommis.alon. Adtdre.,
Itlertiloual t 'iiblisltilgA Priniting Co,
629 3AitKfl1i S'1., P11I.ul \D EPilA.J
'a oat in,t an(l,atooater or later, In
n1. PlIEniCE's GOLD1m MEISCAr, Dancoy.
nOats powerfuilly upon1 the .Liver-, and
ouagh that great llod-purlfylugq organ1
meca0 tho systemx of nil blood-taitnt&i an
wtrit,ies, fromt whatever causo arising.:
s eqlually Cllcaeious hI acting upon01 tho
ineys, and other excretory orgas
ases. As at appIltizing, restorntivo
le, ipromtes igtestin and nutri
i, thorchy building up both flesh und.
g~th. In malariatldistricts, tis won
iul medicino la gained Lrent colc
lan euinl Fever anld Ague Chills
Fovor, Dumb Agno, and kindred
f. W EnnEn of York8hldrc, Catt-agwgu
~writes: '1For tiro yeara provj~ous to
ldena Medical DIscovery'' andi 'P'ellets,'
Cint suifierei lad at severo) paIinf ity
eontinuanlly was unable to do my owni
mt now well hnd strong."'
e. Virulent blood-poisons arc, by th,
,robbed of their terrors. Especially
It manifestedj Its otency iat cnring
ter', Eczema, Eryase aw liolls, Carbun
a, Soro Eyes, Scrofu I us borcs and Swell..
a, IIlpl t Diseasc, " WitO SIVellings,"
itro, or ilck Neckc, and Enlarged Gland's.
o flloingtesimoialportrays, must
I1 blo ioss o nono are more
t It wasa esntially a blood-purifier I kn..
It to thae old laidy whao hiad been so long a
Shoa commsencd inkig it at once and
aed to ho no better. However, I realized
ir any. edicin(, to effect a change for the
ier to continue. She then puirchase5d a
before thieso land ail b.ecun used alto begant
.A fter taking about a dozen bottles she
hands wcr erfe ctly well- aand as ainOO th
.II,er generialt wa als ral
il enttrly Ileft her, and thetls rath wa
cansed to no tucht annoylne. Sihe las.
front that (lay to this. lad haa had no'
mmin or rhmntiatismn. ThIa 'Discovery'
dilcated thao salt-rhleumt fronm her syatem..
nk's old, and very healthiy for one et~ such
ar, of which you can make any uiso you
tagerer fronm salt-rheu milghat chiantc t(
v ushlig your 'Uolecn Mi1ein D1sceory -
ettrativo piroperties, aimi as muchl albovo
nia and n-called 'patent neaedicines,' no.
tha pula)ic, as oltd Is above thu base
F. V5 . Wn'fE1.KR I8N gjat 8t.
mirtl cured tihe severest Conighs, it;
ajtans the system and1( putrifles tho
N. W. ton, of Necwfang4 Vcrrnont
"I feel at liberty to acknowledge
nefit I received from two bottles of
olden Medical Dliscovery,' whiech cured
hoflv yearst a~d nd dysl( ae).
I hnpo also used Dr. Pierce's Extra&t
art-Wecd, or Water -Pepper, in my
It. DAVI, Esq., of flcNllN, Florfda.
of consumptin I amnw sound and
andIhave gnly spon6 three dollars, and
l,1d not tiako three thousand dollare and
Dottles fo;r $5.00; by Drugglater
Saint St.. BUFFALO. N. Y.