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Motlons in drawlng, wrlting and nll
mcclmnlciil liibor aro from rlght to lcft
in Inferior races, antl tho opjmslto in
moro higlily civillzed ones.
In tho flcrnian anny moro antl moro
attcntion is being paid to tho scienco of
acrostatica, anil olllccra iiro being
trainod to makc balloon ascr:nsions.
It is suggi-sted by aOerman scientist
that the moon may bo habitablo on tho
slde invisiblo from tho earth, tho water
and tho atmoaiihcro boing drawn
thithcr by tho effects of gnivitntion.
Continuons baths, ns carricd ont in
Yienna, aro rcportod as bcing very cfll
cacious in thi trcatincnt of skin dis
cases, and M. Lenoir warmly recom
inonils their introduction into tho hos
pitals of Paris.
Vhere tho air is charged with sul
phur fmnca tho tints of foliago in tho
fall, so noticoablu cbcwhere, aro not
liroduced, and thi-rp is no bnrst of glory
in the woods bofore tho trees sink into
tho rcpoce of wintcr. Tho leaves sim
jily blaeken, shrivel up, and fall to tho
Annnr.lly tho lead mines of tho -vorld
yicld about 400,000 ton, and of that
quantity tho United States is crcilitecl
with 100,000 tons. Mexico, South
Anicriea gcnerally, Canatla and Austra
lia yicld almost nothing of that metal.
Spnin heads tho list of lead-mining
countries with 120,000 tons.
Strango tosay. tho oxpediunt of pour
ing oil upon the brofcen waves of tho
occan to produco a comparativo calm
is spokcn of by some of tho scientific
journals as a new thing. The fact is,
that this action of oil in stillinj;
brcakcrs is quilc as old at least as
Tho Vicnna municipal authorities
havo ctablished a number of regula
tions forpersons wishing to nianuitivre
a balloon. They aro obliged to prove
that they havo gono throngh a courso
of instruction with a comnetent aoro
naut, and havo executed by themselves
a uumbpr of successful ascents. Per
sons desirous of being passengers in a
balloon are coinpplled to procuro an
authorization from thuir wife and chil-
dren, if anv.
PEAKLS OF THOUGHT.
.baso nattires joyto seosorrows comt.
to those they dcem happy.
Xevcr turn a blcssing round to see
whctherit has a dark sido to it.
Idleness is emptiness ; tho troo in
which sapisstagnantremains fruilless.
Asthe rollingstono gathurs no moss,
so tho roving heart gathers no aiTee
tions. A inan's couatry is not a certain area
of land, of mountains, rivers and
woods but it is a principlo ; and patri-
otism is loyalty to Uiat prineiple.
"H'henover wo fnula man who enjoys
wide popularity, we may be assured,
however bad his reputation may be,
that he has some good qualities in an
IIo w ho does not respoct confidence
will never find happiness in his path.
The belief in virtue vanLshes from his
lieart, tho sourco of uobler act'ons
lx-euliies cxtinet in hinl.
There areinoments when thv pale
and modest star, kindled by Gid in
siniple hearts, which men call con
seience, illumines our path with tsuer
light than theilaming comot of g'V.us
on its magnificent course.
Tho twomost precious things on this
side tho grave aro our reputation and
our life. J5ut it is to bo lamunled that
tho most contcmptiblo whisper jiay
deprive us of the one, and tho wcal est
weapon of the other. A wiso nu,
therefore, wiil bo moro anxious to de
servo afair name than to possess it,
and this will teach him so to livo as not
A Swcct IJonana.
For noarly iiftoen years past a
large rolony of bees havo bad their
cavc situated on tho highest bluff of
the Buttes. They havo ociiupied tho
placo so long tho rock is generally
known as tho " Keo Kock." iteeuntl y
a party of men living in tho neighbor
hood of Pennington wcnt to tho place,
detennined to rob tho maiumotli liivo,
They wero supplied with powder, f use,
drills, bars, ete with which to assail
tho str'inghold. Thu rosult was a
cloud of bi-es that mado them retreat.
Xext day tho assault was renowed,
and after a lively battlo of threo hours
th bees wero defeated. Tho dead
ones lllled ihreo grain saeks to over
ilowing. Tho eavo was then blasted
opcn and tho party found a solid mass
of honey in tho comb two and ono-half
feet wide, live feet long and tliree foet
thick. Tho expedition was a suec(ws,
but many of thu participants palddear
for their victory. Urhlley (Iilnho)
Italy ejnbrace.s an area of 7(1,14 1,000
acres, and produeedin 1881 183,302,000
bushels of grain.
Improved Arilflclnl Llmbs.
A proininent New York dealor in nr-
tillcial llmbs told a reportcr that many
meji wander about with artlllclal legs
whom nobody would ovor suspect of
la a practlcal demonstration of what
he sald ho called up threo of his em-
ployes a young Avoman, a boy, and a
middle-aged man and sot them walk
ing to and froin his largo olllce. Thero
was nothing pcculiarly observable in
tho gait of either no heavy, woodcn
tramp, no stlffness in tho motions of
tho feet, and no halting in tho alter
nating steps, yet tho young woman
woro ono artifieial leg, and each of tho
others Avero supported on two woodcn
"Thero," ho contlnucd, with an air
of triumph, "is theeliinax of scientilic
inventlon in this dircction. Nobody
would imngine, sceing thcra in tho
strect, that they havo been crippled.
iVnd tho young woman will daneo all
night with that substitute leg without
her partner suspecting its existcnee,
the man will skate, and tho boy can run
a race. This is all attained by the use
of a solid rubber foot that is olastic
under tho heel tread and bends at tho
toes liko a nalural foot. I could point
out to you in the street scores of men
that wear these solid rubber feet, not
only old soldiers, but viclims of railway
and other accidents, and you would not
rccognizo in their easy, springy, and
noiseless walk that they wero not in
possession of all their naturalmembers.
And that is tho great reason why crip
ples aro disappearing. It is a very
common crror that more men wero
maimed in battlo during the war than
ilurina anv other tinieof enualduration
in tho history of tho country, but tho
faet is that there are as many cripples
mado by the railroads in eaehyear now
as werc mado by the war in any yearof
the war. That I aflirm from intimato
knowledge of more than 0,000 cases.
According to tho war records there were
only about 22,000 cripples mado on both
sides, Xorth and South, by the war. Of
courso the exact number has not been,
and cannot be, ascertained, for not only
were many cases never reportcd, but in
not a few instances ihjuries received in
battlo led to amputations a number of
yeare afterward, so long that they
eould not havo been included in tho
oflicial records or kept any exact
"I havo made thousands of legs antl
arms for soldiers, who are supplied with
them free of cost by tho government.
They are allowed $75 for a leg and $50
for an arm, and avo entitled every fivo
years to a renewal of the artiiieiallimb
or to its value in money. A good leg
of willow, well made, with good steel
joints and springs and a solid rubber
foot, will lastfit'teen years with proper
care, and an nrm is good for a lifetime.
Tho elasticity of tho rubber foot in
creases the durability as well as the
servicability of the leg. A lirst-elass
leg costs $100, but tho ono that is fur
nishetl to soldiers and sailors for $75 is
equally good exccpt in tho matter of
Pnish. I have heard of artifieial legs
heing mado to order in Franre with
gold-platcd joints, and all sorts of faney
busincss, costing several hundred dol
lars, but have never been called upon
to get up anything of the kind, and if
had to wearan artifieial leg I am suro
would prefer a plain one with that
great American invention, the solid
rubber foot, rather than any gold-plated
and jewelled one without it. I am
called upon to fumish from 500 toGOO
arms and legs, comparatively few of
tho former, every year, and you may
say on my anthority, that the railroad
systemof this country, as at present
condueted, and the machini'ry used in
so many branches of manufacture may
bo relied upon to mako threo cripples
for every one that would bo likely to
bo mado by another war. Of course,
thero aro numbers of men in this busi
all over the country, and I believo thoy
all do a prctty good business."
A dealer in surgical appliances said :
"I often have to repair arms and legs,
so that I meet many persons who wear
such things, antl I givo you my wortl
that I havo been surprised moro than
onco by men who came into my storo
antl disclosed that they had artifieial
legs. I had not obsorved any indiea
tion of it in their walk. I know a girl
in tho Fifth Avenuo hotel, who has a
woodcn leg with a solid rubbei" foot,
and nobody of all those about her every
day, not oven tho other girls whosleep
in tho samo room with her at nlght,
suspect tho fact. Sho is a very smart,
liright girl, and sho told mo that the
secret of herconcealing tho fact so well
is that when sho eommenced wearing
it sho carefully antl systeniatically
trained tho well leg to adapt itself to
tho movement of tho maimed one, in.
stead of roversing that jirocess as mos:
AVhito wool combinetl with velvets
and jilushes in tho now high art colors
will form many handsomo evening
dresscs this fall and winter.
ntcrestliiK PnrllriilnrB (lonrcrnlnK Her An
crntry hiicI I.ll't'.
II. A. IJrock contributes to tho Itich
montl (Va.) Dispatuh a lcttcr received
from Mrs. Mary E. Ncel, of Wllliams
burg, Va., in responso to a ri'quest
from him through that jjaper for il-.'ll-nlto
information concernlng thofaniil
of Mrs. ilartha, wifo of General Georgo
Washington. Ifrs. Ncel says :
"iiartha DanbridgB was born at hcr
ancestral hoinestcad, Kltham, in New
Kcnt county, Va., Sunday, Jilay 8, 17A2.
Ilcr maternal ancestor was tho ilev.
Orlando Jones. a natlve of AValcs, who
wa3 established cn the banks of the
Poloniac, antl 'a buried in tho grounds
of the old Uruton parish chuvch, in this
city, now tho olficst English church in
use in America, as it Qatcs fjom 1032.
V'o first heard '. colonlal annals of Jiliss
Dandridgp as a dazzling Ix'iln at the
court of Gov. D'nwidaic. r.t "U'illiams
burg, tho seat of rrv'-niuient, wnerc
shomet Col. Daniol V Custis, of Arling
ton, on tho eastern shoro of Virginia,
the son of the Tlon. .lohn Uustiii, and
as his father had been bcfore him, a
membcr of the King's eouncil, and at
tho deliberations of which ho was in
attentlance. The mceling ripened into
lovc. The marriage was at flrst op
posed by tho father of tho groom, but
in 1749 Col. Custis boro his brido to his
"Tho AVhito Ilouse,". on the banka of
tho Pamunkey, in New Kent county.
Threo chiltlren bkwsed Ihe happy union,
tho first of wIk)".. .t bpy, tlying in in
fancy, wassoon f.ffiow'd l.y his tather,
and Mrs. Custis was lef t a young, bcau
liful, and wealthy widow, tho sole
ejcecutrix of an estato app'raicd at
30,000. Jn 1758 "Washington, at
tended by a servant, erossi'd the Pa
munkev on a militarv inission of iiu-
portanco at Willinmsb'irg. Stojiiing
for a moment at the houso of a f riend,
a Air. UnambenaynK. in Now Jvent
county, ho was prcssed to remain. Ile
at first deelined, but the grace3 of Mrs.
Custis, vrno was a giiest at the house,
quieted the scruples of the speeding
warrir so eJTectually tl .it his stay was
prolor.ged for two tlays and a night.
Ile had met his tlomestic fate, and Mrs.
Custis bceamo Mrs. Washington on the
Gth of January following, the ceremony
being performed by tho ltov. David
Mossom at St. Peter's church, in New
Kcnt county,. and near the White
Ilouse. Of the two surviving chiltlren
of Mrs. "Washington by her lirst mar
riage, a lovely daughtcr (Marlha) died
in 1770 in tho scventieth year of her
age, antl her son, Col. John Custis, an
aide-tle-cainp on tho staff of his illus
trious stei-father in our glorious strug
gle for national independc nce, died oi
malignant fever at Eltliaui.on the 25th
of October, 1781, while the camps from
Willinmsburg to Yorktov.n wero re
sonant with the pa;ans to the triumph
thnt ended tho weary and bittcr strug
gle. Col. Custis hnd married in 1775,
and left four children, one of whom
was tho father of our grantl hero, Gen.
Uobert E. Lee. Mrs. Washington died
Tho rate of living is so cheap in
Saxony that ono can livo luxuriously
on a small incoir.e. Tuition is inex
pensive. "I am taking music lessons
here," said a young American. "I tako
two lessons a week. I pay for the les
sons about twelve and ahalf cenls each,
or ono dollar per monlh. I pay all tlie
teacher asks." "I am paying flfty cents
per lesson to a teacher of German,''
said another. "I paitl fiftycn dollars
for this suit of clothcrj," said another.
"and 1 couldn't buy it in tho United
States for forty dollars. They wero
mado to order for me." -'I pay twelvo
marks, or three dollars, psr month for
my room, with coffce every morning,"
said another. "I rode in a beautiful
carriage froin eleven o'clock until six
yesterday. I had a splendul driver. I
had becr, and so did he. Tho day'.s
amusemcnt cost mo three dollars. It
would cost moro than that for tho
privilego of taking oil yonr hat to an
American hackman." Other atlven
tures and experiences of a similar char
acter wero gono over. I havo just
given enough to show why it is that
peopleof small means in England ilock
to Saxouy. They can livo well hero
for what it would cost them to live
poorly at home. Americans havo not
taken ndvantago of the inducements
olTered by Dresden or Leipsic as yet,
becauso Americans do not livo liko tho
English, on annuititu. 15ut to persons
in America who havo an incomo from
rents or invested capital of say a
thousand dollars a year, tho induce
ments offered by this delightful coun
try aro beyond computation.
Now that tho daya of wild-fow)
shooting aro come, it may bo inter
esting to givo somo instances of won
derful "bags." On ono occaslon, n
fow seasons ago, in England, eight wild
swans, averaging nineteen pounds each,
wero knoeked down at ono shot, On
another, thirty-ilvo wild geese wert
killed by ono dlschargo of a singlo
jarrel huut gun.
Vencratloii of thn Monkcy.
Vlctor .Tacqitemont cstimates that
tho Uengal Presidency alone contalns
slxteen hundred monkey asylums, siip
l)orted chielly by tho very poorest class
of thopopulation. Inthorural tlistrlcts
of Nepaul tho hanumans have their
sacred grovo. and kcop together in
troops of fli'ty or sixty ndults, and in
spite of liard tlmes these associations
multiily liko tho monastic ordrs of
mcdieval Eur.pe; but they inust all
bo providcd for, though tlio natives
should liavo to eko out their erops with
tho wild rice of tho Jumna swamp
Tho strangest part of the supersti-
tion is that this charity restilts by no
means from a feeling of benovolenco
towartl anlmals in general, but from
the cxcluslve veneration of a special
subdivislon of the monkey tribe. An
orthodox llindoo must not wlllingly
tako tlie life of tho lwimblest fellow-
creature, but he would not move a i
ilnger to save a starvingdog, antl has
no hesitation in stimulating a beast of
burtlen with a dagger-like goad and
other contrivances tliat would invoko
the avenging powers of tho Society
ftir the I'revention of Cruelty to Ani
mals. Nor would he shrink from ox
tremo mcasures in defending his (ields
from theravages of low-easte monkeys.
i)r. Allen Mackenzieonccsaw aswarm
of excited natives running toward an
orchard wherc tho shaking of the
branclies betrayed the presence of
arboreal marauders. Some of them
carrietl slings, others clubs and cane
spears. Jut soon they eamo ljack
erestfallen. " Wliat's the matter?"
inquiretl the tloetor; "tlitl they get
away from you ? "
" ICapa-Muni," was the laconie re-
ply, 'tacretl monkeys." Iloly baboons
that must not be interrupted in thcir
little pastimos. They had expected to
find a troop of eonimon makaques,
wanderoos, or other profanefour-liand-
crs, andreturned on tiptoe, likeMarry
at's sergeant who wcnt to arrest un
obstrcperous drunkard and recognized
his comnianding oillcer. I'narmcd
liuroiieuns cannot all'ord to brave these
prejudiees. Captain IClpliinstonc's
gartlener Ticarly lost his life for shoot
ing a thicvish hanuman; a mob
of raging bigots chased him
froin street to street till he gave them
tho slip in a Mohainmedan suburb,
whero a sympatliizing I'mtarian
lielpod him to eseajie through the baek
alleys. The intcrl'crenet' of his eoun
trymen would liardly havo saved him,
for the erowd inereased from minute
to minute, and oven women joined in
tlie cliase and threatenetl to eure his
impiety with a turnip-maslier. I'ujut
lar Hclvnce Monthly.
A recent analysis of water from
the holy well at Mecca where it is
eagerly tlrank by pilgrims shows it
to be ten timcs stronger than average
Tho Age of Suspiciim.
Trulv, this is an age of susplcion.
Nevertheless, Captain V. M. llowes. of
the steamer llliamt ranc.Mert'uants
and Miners' Transportation Line be
tween liostonand 15altiinor;, who suf
fer.'d severt'ly from rheumatism, caused
by the exposuro ineidcnt to his pm
fcnsion, was cured by St. .Ia obs Oil.
This is no suspicion. lloslun Ulobt.
Not ineluding Alaska, the number
of ludiiinn in the I'nited States is
til2,S51, nearly all of them being dis
tributetl among tlie sixty-cight agen
cies. rcTEOUA, Va., Janurtry r, WJ.
MrssiiH. KnKUv V Co.: My haii is ltow-
iiiK out hj fast th.it I can nln.ost sue it crow
iuaiujBulf, throuyh tho iioo of your Catbo-
1 i Vtvnv
Invi.v rnblier has a rival in tho inilky e.ii
of tho "Imlly " trco of South America. It
hccoines soft, fo as to bcar ltcintr joined
pii'co to piece, at nhout 1S!0 tlevrcos Fulircu
licit, but lcquirfs '20 ilocrcos to molt it.
0 i-ul.lic cinnlnri fniui uthi'r pn!Mntlon4 of Sir-
i-itnlln sn.l itiuT IIIihkI l'unaeM.'t hntorir nmiB 10
liuoa'n Sarbaparilla i tlm n.nnal tnuiuph nf manton
01.6 articln. Tho iHK'plearH iiuikk to icco 'nile true
n.ir.l, i.ml lliU i liy tbo alo of lloxl' Santapirilla
lar elic! 1I uliuilur prrparatloiu. On hundred
inrra 1 can only bo opplied tulluod'aRanuiparllli, and
U an unamufraLltt arKUiuunt as to luoiliLtu&l treostb
We beliove that mro.euths of all cases ot catarrh am
cor.ftittitional. Wu als j be'iovo that a rellable const;
lutl 'iial ri inixlj liUu H.-k'.'u Sdiuiparilla, thdt BttlliHi
I thu ery root of tho iliu-tiso, mll curo a very lar.i
.lup')rtlonof all cahot. In conilnnati"n of thu bjlui
veutfereviduncHKhoMintlid ollects of HtHrs Sjra
piii.laupunthis diMaw. A inolhurrajs: "Myboyhjd
caianhiuibadly that 1 could hardly lccep hlmmclavi
i andkerchiofs, ho ha tal.en ouo btttlo of H(MKt's S.i
i-ai anlla, aud tliat temblo an.ounl it dlschard has
sioi.ucd." Auothr Mrito
)MIK. iJwt Apnl tho droppuii: ln my thr.at iKiiaiaa m
vc blrSfino that I tfocaniD alaruiod. as lt alfect d in
rcut luii:. ltook twoU.tlles of Houd'a barttapmlu
r:d it tuu'u mo, My upptilc, whhh as Tarui'.la
U-fulu, Is lirst rato l.u.v." Ll.AltLtH 11, Ciimtix,
S'ddby DrUEBists. x f"t Aladn on'y by
C. I. 110(111 A." CO.. ApitliHan. lxmell. JU.
A Ciirn ol I'iu'miiioiiIu.
Mr. I). II. llarnaby, of Oweeo, Now Yoik, sijs thst
hi dauehtor as taU-u witli lolont uol.l wl.lch tet
inli.nitd uith pneumonin, and all tho bost phjhicitns
Cic tnocasoiip and sil 1 sho c mtd n it l.ro but a faw
).o-.i ul most. lihe was in thlc.uiti'.. mhoti a Inoul
li-eomiueiidod Ir. Wlii llall's llilsim for tho I.unis
sndalis.l her tn try lt. Slw acouptui it ai ldst
isiuit, aiilucissurir!so.l t.i hnl thit it pn-luc.l a
lusikud oUiuo for tliu bottor. aud by purwvoriuif lu its
llt b Itolluant'lit curo ras elluctod.
.KuIIiith, Alti nllon !
Clisrles Jouos. ol KUiaboth, Hpeucer county, Ind.,
ssjs: 'l liavodealt lu inodlcinoanumberof oars. aod
will say that l)r. UoKer's Wttetablii Wono Byup Is lb
m'lst valQsbl. medlcin. 1 oier sold.
Sufforf-r duialinMrs as ho iwslnsttower snd rirllo forco.
"I'lio lm iuit rl I'n ri'.ivnrn lnok nf tho Nerrous
thnxurh tha Inflaeneo of AUUI'I 11KA1N Poull. A
AruenUUt and at Allen's Phanuasy, 8U 1st Are., (f. Y
l'uitit con-l.tVEit ott, from pelccted llvors,
on tlie (er.slioro, liy Cnnwoll, Ha7nriUfeCo.,N.
Y. AbsvilulUy litira (UulRucut, l'ntionts wlio
linvo onco Inkcn it iircftr it to nll othora.
l'liysiciaiisilt'clnro itHUiJCrior tonllotlier oilfl.
CiiAiTnn iLimDS, fnce, iiimiilcs nnd ronli
Bkin cured by tmiuit Jnnliier Tnr Sonp, mn Je
by Onsffcll, Haznid & Co.. Now York.
Tlie l'rnr.cr Axlo (Jrcnnc
it ilio licst in tho tnnrltet. It in tho mon
ccouoniiciil and clioaliost, cno ox lnstin( m
lonu two ot niiy other. Ono RroiiBinK will
tnst two weoks. It received ilrsi premiuui nt
tho Centonnial ntul I'nria Expositlons, nlso
nieilnls nt vnrioua Ktnto fnirn. Hny no othct
"HoukIi on Itnts." Clenra out rnts inicc,
flies, roaehcc", bed-lmj., nnls, vermin. li'e.
MoTiIP.iiBwan'h WunM Svnuf, for foveriJli
mm, lustle.snr , v. i.:n. Tn tyles?, 'J.'e.
l)id you rcntl how Jolnli l'itkin, of Ohel
fcii, Vt., was euroil of a te rilile f.ore lo, l-y
Uood's bariaianl!a, the b.ood punllerir
ConnroT yonr Imhitsof croolccit wnlkliiK by
usin lAou'sratcnt Metalliclleelbtifrcuers,
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Dackacho, Headacho, Toolhacho,
lluriii. Nrnlila. I rt IIUcn,
' 15D AI.L oriH.ll llOllll.Y l'AI.8 AM1 AtHES.
1 Ulnciloni In 11 I.iiin. .
T1IK tllAKI.KS A. VOOEIXK CO.J
UwoMra u i. TOatUH . IteltlMort, UJ..C.8.A.
N Y N D-
llittura gives Bteadt
nfHstothenerrps, In" '
duceaa hetlthy, n&U
ural (Iow of bile, pre
without nnduly purg
iog the boweld, rquk.
Ij ntlmulates the cir.
culation, aud by pro
motitiK a Tieorom
condition of the
phystcal pystem, pro
motea, also, that
is the truest Indica
tion of a welt-bal. (
itnced condition of all
thn animal powers.
For Rato bj all
Pnnrc'ifctn and DeaU
)Nk fc 8TOMACH &
FOR THREE MONTHS.
The new volurae (ninptfen) of DEJion-
vT'B Ir.T.ITRTltATIttJ MtlVTHLY .MAfl.
A7tNE for lWi is the best and the cheapect Famlly
MoRftzine publiibpd, pnntt-d on the finebt tmted paper,
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u. thoasands of cases pf th. worst alnd and of loni
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J man tu . t irculara
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A " rf:K, fl2adayathomoeasdytndo. Costly
0 U o vlreo. AddriMui 'I'UIB tt'o., Auccsta, Mo.
4 trpiilM Wnnlrit for tho llest and Kastest-selllni
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ceut. NATlosL l't pusmMl UO., Philadelphia, l"a.
f T I COU MAN Hl'SlXKSa I COIXEaC.
1 i. 15. l Neirark. N. J. Wnt for Catalogue.
burw Coro lor I'pilepsyor Klts In 2( hours.
H)f. II II KllUHE. 2M1 Arsenal st.bt. 1-ouls, Mo.
C ( i"k ln your on town. Terms sno ""
SDOfreo. Audiw.ll. lULLKTTAUo.. I'ortlacd, Slo.
Terms snd iwtn
CURIS WHlRt All USl IA11S.
liso in tiniR. sold bvdrucirista.
A NOTKI) 11UT UNTITXTIH WOJUn.
rTroDi Ukj Dcwton Olobc
irosrt. Edliora f
Tho oboTO U a good lttccncss of llw, I,rdlr R. rin
, ham, of kynn, Mass., who abovc all ot hor huin.an liclnf
may bo tnithrallycalledUio'I)wirFrlcndof V'onnt
Msotne of her correnpondc.it lovotoPAll her. Shfl
I U sealoudj dcrotcd to her work, which li the outconrt)
of n lifo-etudy, and Is obll?ed to kecp ilx UAf
1 asttantft, to hclp hcr answcrtho larc corrospondeiK
which dally potirs in upon her, roch Iwarliitr 1U fpoclaj
burdcn of ruu"rring,( or joy at rtloafle from lt, Hct
VcpptabloCom;oundisft mcilclno for g-ood and nc4
' crU jmtpoEt. I lmvo personnUy lnrcstlgatcditan'i
aniKitLeflcd of the tmtli of thK
1 On acco'jnt c,f lt1 proven merits, tt U rerommcndcdl
andprcscrlhcdbytliobestphyalclani In tlie country.
Ono payoi "It works liko a cliorm and sarra much
paln. Itwlllcuro cntlrt'ly tho worst forra of fallln
of tho uteru, IjcncorrhcM, Irrecrular and pninful
Menrtiaticn,aUOTatianTroublc, Inflammatlon antl
Ulccratlon, Floodlnc all DipJaccmcnt- nndthecon
requcntpplnal wcaknesiif atid U cspeciaUy adaptcd, to
tho Chanc) of Life."
ltpermp.ateB every portlonof the eyrtora, nndKives
nowUfoandviRor. U removrs faJntntw. Citulcncy
ctestroys all cravln for ttlmukuit?, and rtllf rcs woat-
nc3 cf thor-tomacli. It ttires Dioatin?, Iculac!icf
Ncrvoua Iro5tratlonf Oonural DyUHt.T, fttr oploBsneFS
Depression and Indlfiortinn. Tliat fllnff of boArlng
down,causinErpoin, weish- and backacho, L always
penianently cured by Us Ufo. It will at all timca, and
undT all circunlstanccs wt In hanuony with tho Uw
that toverns tho feiuale Fvstcin.
It costs only 3L rr bottlu cr nix for C5., and la tolil by
drucs' tfl. Any advico rcauircd cn to apeclal caws, and
the names of many who liarc been rcfetore'l t pcrfect
healthbytho upocf the VccctaMeCompoun4,canle
obtalned by adilrcssintfMrs. l, with (-tampfor reply,
at her home In Lynn, Mass.
For ICIdney Oomplaln; of tithcr pcx thlt compound la
unsurpaoscd o abundant testinionlali show.
"llrs. Mnkliain's Llver llUs,'' KiysonowiHer, "arts
the bcnt in the mrUl for Uie cure of Oonftlpatlon,
Billoumcs9 and Torpldlty of tho liver. Her Blood
lurifier work wonders ln Us epcclal lino and Wds fair
to enual the Compound ln lts popularity.
All must rt apcct her as an Angel of Mercy hce b1o
ambit'on h to do good to others.
rhlladelplila. Viu V) Mr. A. L D.
FQRTHE PERIVIANEfJT G'CZZ 0F
KocUicrdlscaM is bo trrCVal--t i". t'-.li coua-
itry a3 ConBtlpatlon, Rulro ro.ccr 13 ever i
f cquoUed tho coiebmtod lCTDrY.VOr.T aa a 1
cnire. ViPiatoTur thocau-' ,i"rer"r obstlnatoj
tho iuso, thia rciasdy will ovcrcai- it.
ra 5 I ETGi TIII3 dlstre eliy? ccmplslnt
SnEMWi ls very apt to be CD-npUcatcd
.with confltipatlon. lUdney-Wor. Rrcnptlicm3 '
. tho weakoned. tmrtfl and a ulcltlr curca all klndii
I of Pllea cven -when. phyoicians and mcl--inca .
navo berero uuctu
ra rj nr b i ,h a v.a n :vi ror vtu it
I DEHTITIi Cimil, as it 13 for ALL
,lir palnful 1
. disoaocaof tho KIUncyGi Llver and Coweln .
It cleanMa tho BVBtoni of theacrld uol?n th-; j
cau es tho drcadful euITerliifr wliich only tho .
victl nia cf rheumatism can rcoiizc.
THOusAhDS OF CASEb
oftho worst forma of UUa tcrrible d'j;eass havo -
beeu qulckly itli.rcodf nnd ln a Eiwrt umo
tarlt rlonnn. fitrn-thcnw nd c!t Xcwt
t JATo to all tlio unpartani organa oi mo uouy.
Thu naturnl Mtiau. of tho Kldoers Li rcstorcd.
k Tho Livcr is clean30d of all dUjea.-, an'-J- he '
' Bowcbi movo f.xely and heolthfully.
l wrr.Tfl iMrtTAiimfis & c'(.. rtnrlmr ",. " !'
Curct CoihiiiiipIIoh, Rnlil. 1'jietimoiila. Ir
Iliirii7.it. llrunrlilnl l)ll!l-ultii". ISr.im-liltL
I'miuli. uoil nll lirari H iIil- lirt'iitMnir
(Iruuiin. li kuatlim itnd licali iIip .lpiiitiriiui'
oi liir l.iniKt, lulluiiiril nml i1miiu'i1 l tlin
i .... fx.ii i.u Autlii.ii.. ITr.imi. litiMlilllcr
.ll..n..t. .i.l iipi.ti.iitu tlm tiiulif nilfs tllllt
ticlitni'Ks ncriiss ilii) rlirtlTlrli iirfiiiiiiiiiiiy
11. CoiiMiliiltlioii Is not nn lili'urnbli: iuu:m1v
lt. CoiiMiinntioii Is not
II tl.l.K ItAI.SA U v
II.W.IS 11AI.SA.U "III .riliv
Isunfalliiyf and InranK
, ble ln cuniiK EpiU'ptio
Fits, Sparas, CootuI-
sions, St. Vitua Danoe,
inR, icrotul t and uli
JftTTOUS nnd lilo(KlIis
eases. T Clercyrnvn.
IsAdifa and all nhusn
cauj'es Nerroua lrttm
ion, Irretfulantirt o5
tlvs bloMi, ftonichw
bowels or Kidnej-8, or
who reiiuiru a iierro
tocit., amHti7Pr w
TAN MT INU i n
I prociaim u in iiMn
WUHIHTIUl i ovitn rm 1H.
i thrt Hver ttustaint'd th
binktin; ft.tim. Vvr
wih s n ' I iurri,tH.
TI1K lnt.H.A.IUCHMOMJ niKlUCAI CO
Sole I'roprlrlors t JosepltT.
AflA ffl n are certainly lot. haTing Id
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I'O.llinvTITlON lor lVTi:i: Yi:AltJ no
other Arnencsn Drtrsns havinK tound eiiuat at rtif.
Also t'HHAl'UsT. htllo l'C 4 ivtaies sulhclunt
compsss and power. w-tth bes iiua.ity, for jiopaUr
racrd and fcoculsr music in scl"li -r lannhei. at only
aa. om: iicmI!1:o otiii:u tyi.ics
S;tO. !."7. S(MJ. "S, MU. S.KIS.siUI,
lo $.jOO und upward. Tke larntr V drs ubvtttf-mm.
rirnte't tv anu uttttr Oria . Ai f. -r sy nVTmntji.
M:VII.!.('STltATi:i ( -ATAI.MCL KI'MUUU
This Cnmpany have comniBDW
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Barkcr's Green Corn Cuttlng Machioa
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Hower and Oarden S-l. Catakvc
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