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The Knoxville Journal.
W, 0. BAKKZB, Publisher.
KNOXVILLE, IOWA.
HOME, FASH AM) GARDEN.
—Jelly Cake.—Four eggs, one and a
half cups of sugar, half cup butter
beat well together, add three cups of
flo.ur, one cup of buttermilk, two tea
gpoonfuls baking-powder and a little
nutmeg beat well together. Spread
upon the jelly-cake tins and bake two at
a time. When baked put upon a plate
and spread the jelly on, and so on till the
last. Do not put any jelly on the top of
the last, but a little white sugar pulver
ized. Ked currant jelly or plum is best.
—Golden Hair.—Since golden hair is
so much in favor, it is well for mothers
to know that they can preserve the
golden color of their children's locks by
a persistent and careful washing with
castile soap and water. The hair should
be braided and dipped repeatedly into the
suds and then wiped with a towel, and
this operation should be performed once
in four or five days. If persevered in, the
roots of the hair may darken as the child
grows older, but the mass will keep its
gunny tints as long as the owner wishes.
Exchange.
—Corned Beef.—To have corned beef
good (and its goodness depends very
niuch on this) it should be boiled gently
and thoroughly it is not too long after
it begins to boil to allow an hour to
every pound. Corned beef is excellent
served cold a nice way to prepare it for
this is to lay it, when done, into a pan or
earthen dish and cover it with a board
the size of the meat and press it by
placing upon the board a heavy weight.
By pressing salt meat it is very much
improved while boiling corned beef the
same care should be observed in skim
ming it as for fresh meat.
—Fattening Poultry.—For table use
fowls that are killed directly from a free
range, where they have been well fed for
some time previously, and, having taken
plenty of exercise, are in perfect health,
are to be preferred to those who have
been kept in a close coop, in connection
with their own excrement and a polluted
atmosphere. It is true that a greater
amount of fat can be produced in pro
portion to the grain fed when confine
ment is resorted to, and, if the birds are
well attended to and the term of confine
ment is short, there is not much danger
of disease. Still poultry running at
large in the air and sunshine is always to
be preferred.
—Why Potatoes Run Out.—A Steuben
County (N. Y.) farmer is reported as say
ing: Some one asks why it is that pota
toes so soon run out. There are two
grand reasons. There are but few po
tatoes in a hill that are nt for seed some
aie overgrown, coarse, rank and will not
transmit the original quality. Others
are undergrown and not fully-developed
seed. A potato of medium size, perfect
in all its parts, with change of ground,
will produce its like ad infinitum. One
other reason—cutting potatoes between
stem and seed-end continually will de
moralize the institution. It requires the
stem and seed end to make perfect seed.
If cut, cut lengthwise. Single eyes will
run out any potato. There Is no seed
that will bear mutilation like the potato
the only wonder is that it does not run
out completely.
Pear Tree Blight—Positive
This is a topic likely to be widely dis
cussed during the season of conventions,
and deserves attention. Pertinent to the
subject we publish in the Rural New
Yorker extracts from a letter written a
year or more ago by William Saunders,
of the gardens of the Department of
Agriculture. He says:
Twentv years ago I became convinced
of the almost invariable presence of fun
goid growths in diseased plants, and have
been liberal in the application of sul
phur, lime and other ingredients known
to be destructive of fungoid spores.
When, therefore, Thomas Meehan, a
few years ago, suggested that the so
called blight on the branches and trunks
of the pear was due to the presence of
fungi, I at once saw the force of his ob
servations and conclusions, and it was
a very natural resort to apply such rem
edies as were well known to be effectual
in similar cases.
Another favorable consideration was
the easiness of application it would not
require much labor and still less ol skill
to whitewash the trunk and branches of
a tree and the cost of materials was
scarcely worth counting, in comparison
with the results sought to be obtained.
I further recollected that the practice
indulged in by some farmers in extend
ing the operation of whitewashing out
buildings and fences so as to include the
stems of the shade-trees in their door
yards (a practice which,regarded merely
as an artistical embellishment, I had fre
quently and somewhat earnestly con
demned), resulted in the maintenance of
a BJllUOtilf ClvtlU l»t*i IV} 11 vv i
and parasites, and instead of doing injury
was evidently conducive to the health
and well-being of the plant.
During the summer of 1868 a standard
pear tree, having a stem six inches in
diameter, was observed to be almost
girdled by a blight near the surface of
the ground the bark for fully three
fourths of the circumference was black,
indurated and dead. On close examina
tion it was observed that the fungoid
growth was rapidly encircling the trunk
and would speedily destroy the plant, as
had previously occurred to several trees
in the same row. A thick coating of
wash was spread over the affected parts
and in the course of a few weeks it be
came evident that the plague was
stayed." A callus commenced to form
along the margin of the remaining bark,
'and that tree is alive and well to this
day.
This was so far encouraging that I
made semi-weekly examinations of the
trees, with the view of applying the
wash at any point where its necessity
"was indicated but unfortunately the
first indication of disease was generally
a dead branch, with blackened leaves
gone past recovery so the wash was of
no use, and as it was not very ornamental
it was for the time abandoned.
It was then resolved to use the wa8h
a preventive, and during the following
winter some of the more valuable trees
received a careful application on the i
stem and over the main branches as
.high up as could readily be reached from
"the ground. The results of these and
similar trials convinced me that this
iprocess, if it would not entirely prevent
the blight on the pear tree—and I am
"not satisfied that it will—is so far use- I
growths, but also as a valuable aid in
the extermination of insects.
The wash that I have used in prepared
by placing half a bushel of lime and
four pounds of powdered sulphur in a
tight barrel, slaking the lime with hot
water, the mouth of the barrel being
covered with a cloth. This is reduced to
the consistence of ordinary whitewash,
atd at the time of application half an
ounce of carbolic acid is added to each
gallon of the liquid as a matter of taste
in color I have added a small portion of
soot, but I think that the white color is
best for the trees. 1 generally apply it
during early spring before the leaves
make their appearance, but I am con.
vinced that it would be more elective if
applied later but then it would be diffi
cult to do so when the tree is in foliage.
—Rural Ktic Yorker.
THS PIANO HARP CABINET OBOAS
is a
new invention, combining three and one
half octaves of a piano-forte, or of an in
strument with tones between those of
the piano and the harp, with the organ.
It is a beautiful instrument, costing but
little more than the organ. The Mason
& Hamlin Organ Co. are not able to man
ufacture it rapidly enough to supply the
demand.
—The total strength of the volunteer
forces of Great Britain was at the enu
of last year 230.es:?
me
n.
A Ftrftt-4 1aH» Finn*
From the Grand K iiidf (Mich.) Kaple.
The celebrated advertising agency of 8. M.
Pettennill & Co. is one of the m»st colossal
Business institutions in the country, and its
central office :tt H7 Park row. New York city,
opposite the City Hall Park mid the new Pof-t
ofhre building, is an establishment a stranger
ought to visit if he really desires to see all the
lions when he visits Great Gotham. Mr.
Pettengill, the head of the llrin, was trained to
his business under the "master of the trade,"
is a practical printer and publisher, is a man
of high moral character, of marked business
talent, and possesses the strictest honor and
integrity. Hence in the quarter of a century
—and a little more—that he has been in busi
ness he has built up the lament business of
the kind in the country or the world, lie be
gan business in Boston in 1849 in he
went to New York to start a second office, re
taining his interest in his Boston office, and
since that time he has remained in New York.
In 1878 he started a branch office in Phila
delphia, which is a most successful institution,
a great advantage to business men, though
not by any means so large and important a
business house as the New York agency.
In all the time Mr. Pettengill has been in
business he has seldom or never had a dis
pute with a customer or patron. Prompt in
his payment to publishers, fully posted as to
the needs of advertisers, possessing the con
fidence of all the publishers in the country,
and of nearly all the business men who ad
vertise, giving his business his constant per
sonal attention, it is no wonder the firm of K
M. Pettengill it Co. stand at the head of theii
business. And advertisers who would makt
the most of their money, who would be sue
eessful and prudent in their advertising, eai,
not do better than patronize the firm.
MEDICAL ADVEKTISINO.—The
medical
profession are outspoken in their denun
ciation of the system of medical adver
tising, and declare that any medicine
that is advertised is a fraud. How thor
oughly inconsistent and unfair is such an
argument. The men who are so loud in
their criticisms are those who advertise
themselves as medical navanx by ostenta
tious display splendid residences with
massive door-plates fast horses
costly carriages. l)u. J.
WAI.KKK,and
of
California, an old practitioner, respected
alike for his skill and conscientious inde
pendence, dares to differ and having
discovered in his
VJXKHAK BITTKKH
a
purely herbalistic medicine, free from
all spirituous poisons—a wonderful spe
cific for numerous disorders, advertises
the same for the relief of his fellow-man,
and is borne out in his declarations of
its many virtues by thousands of invalids
who are being cured of disease by its
use. 27
For ill Female Complaints*
in young or old, married or single*, at- the
dawn of womanhood or the change of life,
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription manifests
such a positively remedial influence as to call
forth the, loudest praise from all who use it.
Mr. JOIIX A. KIMZKV, druggist, of Knob
Noster, Mo., writes as follows:
"I)K. PIKKCK,
A
Buffalo, N.Y.: Iknr Sir—Your
medicines sell better than any other I keep
and give universal satisfaction. The people
are especially delighted with your Favorite
Prescription, and it seems to be a favorit*
among alLthat have ever used it." It is soil
by druggists and dealers in medicines.
CCBE FOK
ASTHMA.—I see that that some
one, in your valuable paper, asks for a cure
for asthma. I have been afflicted with that
dreadful disease for forty-four years,
and never
found relief until last summer. In looking
over the Journal and M'-fxew/fr, one of your
city papers, I saw a notice of D. Langells'
Asthma Cure. One trial package free." I
sent and received by return mail, and it gave
me relief in five minutes. My ease was one
of the very worst. Do not fail to send for it.
God blesH I. Langells for his remedy. His ad
dress is, "L. Langdis, Apple Creek, Wayne
County, Ohio."
HIHINU BUN,
A SUBSCHI B«H.
Ind.
BRONCHITIS, OR CNROMR SOKE THROAT.—
It is attended with irritation of the bronchial
tube*, which convev the air we breathe into
the lungs. This irritation produces sore
throat, hoarseness, coughing, and sometimes
spitting of matter streaked with Mood. If it
is neglected it will extend down to the lungs,
and settles into confirmed Consumption. Al
len's Lung Balsam will be found a most va.i
uablr remedy for curing thin disease, and prt
vent its running into Consumption.
For sale by all Medicine Dealers.
THE
proprietors of John*irn'tAtvdyiieLtni
nwtt, Parsit«*' Puryntine Pill* and n/u/'laan
('v*ilru ('ooditu/ft J'limdtTis have published .i
readable and instructive pamphlet, which
may be had jree by mail.
RCFCS CHAFMAX,
of Liberty, Me., had a
stiff leg, bent at the knee, limbered and
strengthened by the use of Johwm't Anadyr
Liniment.
GI.EN FLOS A MINEKAL WATKR.-WonderM
discovery cures when all ®'se fails. ™nle
for circular. R. H. Parke, Waukegan, I1L
N. Y. Supreme Court has confirmed Its In
iuncMon against an imitation of the prepara
tion of Witch Hazel known as Pond s hxtrac,
IF
you want the best Elastic Truss for nip
tare, write to Pomeroy fc£o., 44 way, N.
Y
PRT HSI NO'S
$ I
White Wine Vinegar Works, es
tablisbed in 1848, are the largest in the world.
BURNETT'S COCOAI NE
is the best and cheap­
est hair dressing in the world.
THE NORTHWBHTEKN HOME-NAM#
CO!*
Nail is the bert in the WW.
A a
a
a ard a month to J**-rewi
$200a. L. feTOi/DAllL'. Jon*vUle. Mich.
1 V.
V FA
$75
MII.V WAN T* I T. Mow In
I j- Agent* Autin i»h V M'V r.l.L. r.ne, r*.
red »al
iilcago.
lKk AKeiifn w*jitp1 v«TVWlieri». For
$5f &7Kfe.A»iSZ
Heeler & Wilson's
Rotary-Hook lock-Stitch
MORE THAN
1.000.000
•*OF
A Quarter of a Csstsry's Trial lias
DernMi Their Superiority.
1
i
'HEEL ER d- 117 i*S0N X£ IT XO
6 MACIirXE lunnt tctu'ually »upermde u'.l
otfurg noir run with ichich it mints in rinhjte
titiiM. rtrimiineiirf for it, the hiyluxt
"tcird which it i* in tin ^er of the Insti
tute to bentow."—From the unauiuious lie
port of the five Judges of the American
Institute, New York, 1874.
The Board of Managers unanimously ap
proved the report, and recommended for
this machine the Gold M-Jnlvft'" I/,'!ituts.
The Board of Direction unanimously
approved this recommendation, ana
awarded the
Hold Medal
The Grand Medal of Pntgreu wu award
ed far it.
What the Leading MaritifArtaren Ot
Moots and Shot* Suy of
wiiEi:r,i:i: &
N6wNo.6
SOWING MACHINE:
We, manufacturers of hoots nndfihocs.
are using Wheeler & Wilson's New JN"o.l
Hewing Machine in all kinds of stitching
on our work, and confidently believe that
it will supersede all others in this branch
of manuf actures, for the following rea
sons
1. The work done by this machine is
superior to that of any other In variety,
anmunt, excellrnre and beauty.
2. This machine is more rf'/mW^than any
other of ita class, requiring much less
outlay for repair* and renetral of part*.
3. It does the carding or *tai/in(/ of button
hole* in a most elegant and substantial
manner, without the expense of royalty.
In short, because by the use of thin
machine we can turn out superior tcork at
less coat than with any other.
[Signed by rruiny.]
yyII is fast superseding all other ma
chines for leather work
WMELE11&"WTLS0N'S
MACHINE,
Now for thr: fir»t time introduced to tfc#
public, ranks in excellent-it with their
famous No. 6 machine, hut has some
modifications adapting it to
special class
es of work. The Tailor will linl it as
well euited to his work a« ia N'». lo
leather work. It might properly bo
termed the Tailor's Machine.
Bend for Circular to
Heeler & Wilson Maifacf(r Co.,
44 Fourteenth St., New York,
RELIABLE ABEiiTS,
tlcl»- hjll»t"ii»abli? to ev«ry lady'* toilet. iJir*®
profile, no ri*k. Send .t-ccrit «!»iii| fur rlrroiur* mi(l
term* Or#. 1'riccA Co., S7H W. lian'l«!j.li-»t, Chicago.
WANTED
5,000 ew
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A
THEIR—
JUST
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Poo|il«'» IMinr l'a[T, 'I ill Cos
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unln''0# honorHhif und flr*t
clti»« P»irtli ulir» «*/it fr«»-. A'Ure»«
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S250
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W.rhlcV" ft ».H fur hnlep- Wit-Sutir.
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er pntillnlicd. h-iid f«.r «r wxtra u-nm
to NATIONAL CO., UUC*
go, 1:., or St. i/jul". Mo.
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with tic. retaxu nutuip, C. HllllHLirittbixrg'A X«.
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nu.ntli to »jt« iit» pverywli«-r»-. ArtdrfM
KXCKLSJOK M'K'O CO. Kni-hatuii. Mlfti.
iiKSTS. hniiff ClmriK wlU nt vlift.t. *#•eMurjr
»o»p. tirx.d'i CliaiiK t'liun* il't'g Co.. It««t(.n.
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TABLE KNIVES AND PORKS OF II I KIIUH^
Axr OMC.IXAIXY EXCI.CSIVE MAKERS OF FC" V L#WY
JAB
exclusive maker* ,.f the I'lil.nt Ivorv" or Celluloid Kiu(P. The jitont Durable WhtlrllaM
rtlr kn'Wrc. The Hamlin u-vtr
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WANTED EVKKYWHKKE.-Tha
ch.ikvftt In thr w or Id—Importers' jirlct-s—IsrR"
cui i on,p*ny In AiiH'rU\m.t»n,.' wtiri.^pleases
evi i lucreaMtig-1) »i ii:due«u n«
—don't «a»l« tlmf-KDd for Clrcu »r 10 liiHKKT
WE1J, 43
Vesey St., Now York, O, Ituj 1^ j,
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JAS. H. MORRIS
llh? i- a *n i l(. '-iii th •.:»
hJ-.Kh, IM» i h, LAWs \H\\
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HI,A
to Wheeler &
Wilson, the only gold medal awarded for
a Sewing Machine by the American In
stitute for many years.
27./' Austrian Official Report of the Vien
na E.rpo.tition priiiiounccd it the marvel of
the Erpo«ition," and added, thin uniu rml
machine sews the hearifrt leather hornet* and
the lin »t gauze triih a truly pearl ntiteh."
IIUS.
kU.,i.l 250 HlMtr'dU tblmgo,
111
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I'll «ai..l fr« u t. .x ten
c'iit r. ",rn stamp llftcrcnfo: M...,rc litirwi New
Yorki rtnd New York Hay Hook. .S 'Di:' Jh-Uutm. I
Addrc?- UA.\toiiMI A. UBISTUL, OJi llro^dway, N. I.
SENT FREE
^rieto 1 C'|v
.mi* limr oprrati- 1» jVliiii^l.
mtcCf-• 11:!lv nil ai.'nul of $.14) or $
1.XM Coin
plot.- itiHtniftiou* and l)]u»tratloim to *nv iMlilirtM.
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free or m.i[m and imini.lilcln. wilt, nrlcea and term*,
aildrea. lo*» llallfjoit I.and Co.. lilia({0, or Cedar
Jiaoldi I i
•H.IIS li \l.ll"L UM'I i o-.N.•-
o
.IJ.
r.
PIUM
Habit Cured
I till 1
kndathotne. An antidote that Maud* purely on lt«
own merit*. Mend for my guarteily maua^tne, (tf
roiU i/nu nothing, containing crrtlflcalea of hundred*
that have, t«ea permanently curiwl. 1 rialm to havo
dlacorerrd and prixl'i- the MB-r, OBIOI*AMO
W.T a RK n il roR oi'im Ea'riXii.
lilt. N. B. COLL.1NH, Lm. Port*, Imd.
@40 a Bay
R.BPALWER'8
St ii* Wi 11 A u^er.
Ilk I' if' t.u-A I
HL \V«riattU4 (4* Star*- .tiiftliiMf eie«f4
1
I* Injf lo tie: ra|,idiy-luerea»lnif demand
WM »O
we
T"K FKKK
ItUIIOJ.PH K
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»KWf M. F.VVf:i/rK FACTOKV. Ktannton. Ill
PER DAV r'omni.'tKlon or S.M» i k Sal
ary. and e«j»-Jiw*. W«: offer It and will pay
It. A.iplynoM O. AVl»Her o., Marlon, O.
new artl'le* ajrl tti«
&20 l»f family Aiiw ri*A, witfa two f^.OO
(Tuoii'o'lr^. CO.. 300 Broadway. /. If.
Powell's Star Wood Puapi!
1
•VN'
«I,\(K HILLS.
Fvory dewrlption of Tints for »—I
iiulilcvc, I'hoto^rsphfrs, fail*, kHwa
Mio«saiid oriminontal pttrtoai'».
Mexican gnus luiiiiiiiockt. i
i lnp, Hfinncpt. etc. »l lorclr
nil»r. (. K. KOSIKR,S»'
A
SON A Co.. -I
Mju kot »i .Chicago. Tcutit to liUV.
Waukegan Knriii Puiupt,
Wood Eave-Trough Tubing.
If von want the iirsT of these rtrtl
,'K" to our U.inl«
MII
Hwii4t n*«-k. i
'If v/ell8 50 ft. Oecn Sunk in 4 Hours.
•ijjy! i.an -f r.-.-t ,1 ne eMiiry,
W kit* It (. I i"t in HtnHna Willi
'IX rkrowjk JJ'(ivy /iwiluof (juultand.
'Jh. la the and Hiott perfest Well
Vfft' i«.-r ever l'ivente«l.
1
JaP onr A^iifi rt w. ha-e h. e', .^,,n|ielled U»
-jBj nove our li,ttiiof». U.ry from l,»n,p .ifrn
'MS CideaL'o. 111., where are now fuljjr
.1 M.ar. 'l'O till nil order. proin|tly.
H!k irii-HKn i Kvn*,,.MI,M yIIhki,
4',\ Ilef'.r't ttive-t'.iift In at,r olixtr Augcn,
id lur our i.ii* ]]3attmU'4 C^taio^ue.
Marl: the der-.-ptlo:. of a nar'y try th! a"''
.rue of
.11'/
ur.,,1.
R,.),„UL
!'r "/••!..
I
*'!vert!mrig. ui»oli, lil etrerilarn. and fay*
h- V the orij-'iiHl Invcnt-.r of li:« own Aiii-'er That
mat he ti e ca»*. Huttilaohject lu p'aeinir a true cut
of our., n.p'-rior an/'-r. In lil» Bdvertl*cin»nt, l« to
nil»'ea.l the pc.t.le and draw eorrc[w,r."ie«cc. If we
.iad at. aucr tliat
worthlc. tha* we *rro
aft,amed to pn-w nt correct cut of the /dine to the I
pllhlte
would I II' I lie en' of oif we dare not,
manufacture. Th l» a maiter we ear.- hut little
ulei'it, oioy wh r|, r- to ),ie.-,ui fa-ta and thereby I
protect n,nKM'tt ople from l.'!i[w,«itlotj. For foil
e*i, anViou mini) for our Sew J-.-il»r|t-l liiolratfld I
KT A It W»:i.bA!'«iKR
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PIERCE WELL AUGER
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A#,TE,Pi»^rrrmBCt,»l..ail»M.Itwa.m.
4 f* i
I'rov
A^-lcnl-
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not keep tlu'in, or »ill not (tet them
for vou, sind direct to tlie Kuctory.
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pend '25 celts for utiiloinie and V utin«» or
mnium* or t! l'-rU Kiino-!-«, Silfttiili'tii'. I lto*e, 3
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and
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lh» Flanl ounlr, la Ikr \Vorl4
I- tllMItU ,ud SIO k-H*l*IK«.
Prtdicts Nill Pay fur Uuii lmproM m»ts Leog
Before I he I'rinfipal Becomes lue.
LJIRUK Ils OlMS FOK CASH.
"Tlie co-called di'Htltutlon In Nfltrankii lien lt the
far wextern r^KluU, b. joiid the landa of the II. & M.
fW" Koi rln-ular* that will dracrlhe fully theae land
tad UM trrrnn of mile, apph lo or -nl.*t
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VOL. v.
BURNETT'S
^VHANO-^
TABLE OF OOVTBVT&
[IN rABT.J
CALCKPAa, lars.
Cuiiit, or m« Moo*
Svitaiau PLaaita, 18T
Eriii«,:s. l*rs
LANUCAOK
or
I'KJ.III,
»rn .i H«»TIUI
.»ra.<p></p>MKHO
TL.TivATioN
FUIWIM,
CAI'TIOH llomuinm.
SBiTit
AB* or PLARTa

Till: pABI.ua.
STATaa POBTAI. Kloi'latiohi.
Langpiage
Plonrers
of
^'fS-CAU^'
TNLARGEO AND IMPROVED.
JOSEPH BUBNETT ft CO.,
M/ IJIIHTMMi
Y HOI) 10MIMW
IN
n»"
WUIMIiiiutiu
faelnre nktiir«
4»f every variety,
lnelici|,,n iraivit
»II«mI tira.OH of
all I.'l„lh: ill no
Vane». A rrow«,
Balln .itid I'ulnta
(if tilt: liewt qual
ity, Hllltb u«
•el] at low rate,
Wti can rljip
ITooda lijr thu
|Mrkag« or car
carry a
•lock of not lean
than a imllloi.
feet at onr hi
CaKo liouan, and
can till orders
fur any auioiuit
•t oxi. a
BEVW'RM,
IIL.NTER
K CO.,
31
Jackson
SI
CUM iOO.
rARSOrnAVi
"Kx Health OfTrer of the Port ol New York, fctjr
gwu lu-Chlef of it* Vor* BtaAe ilmpital,' etc.,etc.
GEO V. llofar. M. Kup't Kl««tle Trnaa Co.:
/wr ,Str ~A tier ..utferliiK forttilrty c,,r».lii my own
w,u, from the uw of i ry forin of Meuillie. rrtia*
tr'M:iiraf«lo In tlila eonntry and In Kitrope. two^ear*
itt„ ,.Hilled v.ur Klui'ic Irtf*. atil »li.c« that tune, i
hale \jrt-r|i io ,-d eon,fort and ha'l'f i'tioii. and heeii
U'lKiit the troth, thai the Kuf'ii' 'lrii'"l« the only lu
»Jruiirent that ahould he. iwd f'-r th«i relief and cure of
i'"e,-M',,r
w
[V '^'Ll/i^L^.M'io'Hiiv^'h'n.li^'^
.iif 111-In our tliiuon* pra th and hai lntf wljuated many
III.IKII
"f 'P ""r I of 1ru»K-» iaii,l for thelaKt twenty iiionlln jo-n-a
clu.lv. ly I. 1 |»r»tefiilly declare to l)« tny de.IU ri.fe
opinion that V" u-x
IM
the only one ei,li-
tfed to the orifldctice of the rmnlir: that elafticlf,
the only I^.weri.iall il.. ,tcd to the rei|,ilrem ni« of n
in«* or Snpt'or ter, and am conviiieed that your Ehf
10 Tt actual I) euro lurKe pr»j^r!!on of all can*
to which It In wpl'il'1'!. not only anionic f-hllnrcn. hi
within my own knowliilKe of i, .lii'iita
Iiniiieroiia within my own
from 50 to'5 ye«r« of »«:-. II. IJI I.N IIAM, M. /».,
iTof.of AnaUnii) aiid bar(f» ryt N. V. r- MeU. Cooege.
B. w*r« of rheapr and worthleaa Imitation Eliwtlc
Tru«K'» whi' -oine parties advertlae and m*!1, fratio
ule/.t|^ reprewntlnK that tUcy aru manufactured by
Thc»e Tru»#»# are aent by mall to all part* of th«
country ,1-tto:- ?ii:.rantrcd tn nil ra»*. Be
for.- purcl,a»i iv any oth..r, w rite lor iKacrlptlvt Clr
cul.ir nut to to the
ELASTIC TRUSS CO.,
•S3 BROADWAY, MEW TOAK.
Dr. J. Walker's California Vin
egar Hitters aro a pureiy Ycc.-uibls*
•preparation, nuulo clnolly u.r.u tlio na
tive herbs found on tbo lower ranpoa of
tho Sierra Nevada mountains of Califor
nia, tbo medicinal properties of which
aro extracted therefrom without tbo uso
of Alcohol. Tho question is almost
daily asked, ''What is tho
unparalleled success of YIX::UARofBIT-tb»causo
TKiwf" Our answer is, that they rcmnvo
tbo causo of diseaso, and tho patient ro..
tovers bis heakh. Tlioy are tho preaf
blood puriQerand alifo-givin^ principle
a perfect Uenovator and Invignrator
of tho system. Never beforo in tha
history of tho world lias a inodicino bcett
coiiijHiuritlod ]Kisses.-iiig tho rcm.iiliahlo
qtiii'uties of Vi.vKtiAR l'.iTTKns in houlitvR th».
•ick of every distrnso nnm is heir to. TVtoy
&ro a pentio Purgativo an veil as a Tonic,
rclieviiijf Congestion or Inflammation or
tho Liver ana Visceral Organ*, in I Iil km*.
Di.-"aS'i ,i.
The propoHios of DR. WALKER'S.
VIn!. aH IiiTi KFts aro Apcrieiit, Diaphoretic,
Curniinative, Nutritious, Laxative, Diuretkv
Srilativo, Counter-irritant. Sudorific, Altera^
live, and Anu-UiliojH.
Orafofiil Thousands proclaim VIN
K:.\u Bn
i
KKS
tho most, wonderful In-
Tif ••••aiit that over bustuincd tbo siulving
•Jt(«tn.
No Person can take those Bitters
according to directions, and remain long
unwell, provided their bones aro not do«4
Stroyod by mineral poison or othor
means, and vital organs wasted beyond
itpiiir.
Hilious, Kwmittent and Inter*
mittent Fevers, which aro so preva
lent in tho valleys of our great rivers
throughout tho United States, especially
thoso of tho Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri,.
Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkan
sas, llotl, Colorado, Brazos, Kio (Srando,
Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Ko
anoko, James, and many othora, witbi
tlicir vast tributaries, throughout our
entiro country during tho Summer and
Autumn, and remarkably so duringRea.
sons of unusual boat and dryness, ar®
invariably accompanied by extensive do
nmgemenls of tho atomaeli and liver,
and other abdominal viscera. In their
treatment, a purgativo, exorting a pow
erful intlucnco upon thoso various or-
Eins,cathartic
BOSTHL
NORTH AMERICAN
PHILADELPHIA
OHICAGO.
Th« Mimf xfeti»l,e Mailt
nliiif.Uud .naa
ur». t.,i In the
World.
manufart
«Wdnll 1V..IHI
feet oft tut Ijct
ItJlMla of l.lKlit
Ulnt' KoiU
is essentially necessary. Then*
no for purposo equal to
DR.
J. WALKKK'sthoINkgA
V
BITTKKS.
as they will speedily removo tho dark
colorod viscid mattor with which tlio
bowels aro loaded, at tho samo tims
Ktiuuilatjng tho secretions of tho livepr
and generally restoring tho healthy
functions of tho digestive organs.
Fori fly Uie ImhI.V against (iiseas#
by purifying all its fluids with
4
VINEUA*.
BMTKUS. NO epidemic can take hold
of a system thus fore-armed.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, TTond
ache, rain in tho SlumhltTS, Coufihs,
Tightness of tlio Chest, Dizziness, Sour
Eructations of the Stomach, Had Tast®»
in tho Mouth, Bilious Attacks, I'alpitai-!
tation of tho Heart, Inliammation of th®«
Lungs, Pain in tlio region jf tho Kid
neys, and a hundred other painful symp
toms, aro tbo offsprings of Dyspepsias
Ono bottlowill provo a hotter guaranto®
of its merits thr^n a lenjthy advertise
ment.
Scrofula, or King's Evil, Whita
fiw'tilliiifTN, I'lcwrH, KrysijiL-laH, Swelled Neck,
(ioilro, hcrol'ulour) liilIuiiiiiiuliniH, Intlolci^
IiiflamniauonH, Mercurial All'ertions, Olfc
hmci, IJiuptious of tlio Skin, Soro Kyen, utefc
In l.lieHO, an in all other oonntitutional iJia—
eascH,
WALKKK'S VINKOAK MITTKUS
A
Til* Kl.A IC TltL'MK
A
N
It hi I'L''ilUTJ-U la
n e •. ud 11, it all
iH-injf ailojiteil
where I.y- the lead
1,1*1' I:
he iilaced. Jt will |. rforiii riidlmi cure*
when all other* fall. Itenn he worn wlih eaw and
comfort when no »pr'"K irnaa ran he uM-d. When
oric.r adjiihted. no motion of the b.*l) or accident can
dl»|,h.. It. The-.' Iiiatnirnenta have the um/uttUfUit
ii/ii'i oral of the uita.1 tluiteiii practitioner* li, the pro-
Kroiii th# nnm^rotia tent'.rDonlal* In our potsaeaelon
we a|,jend the toliowltiif
Afi. tne .tiM ri. iiof month*. fHitU-nt* U-atlfy
Btron/ly to IU rjh V. aa well aa to the and free
dom from Incoiiveii|.-n. e l(li v* l-lch tt,c I cM nitnent 1»
worn. Wltn cuperlor ailvani.tae*, thr. Ir'f**
nn»wu..'» n ft lo^'h il.-tfi ee A1,I. rc(|ii.»lt' in,'. (,iialltt
ion* Uikrwd f«»r oMi*r Inv*niImih. .im•. iio
tatl'in in I* m* mu liu^rtaXit a.oMas ior tlM
relief and turc of /lynla.
it
i,l,}*i Iuri«, Kiirifcon.,
vfi-tn.ariiiv ami lias-),
no.i.r.Ki., n) aiuai-UiUK,
... iinrp*«aiid nnlTitr
aal aiituriu-il"'! Hiej iiaVR
aa :..i. ai nuinln-r urrudnal curt*
hev liaie eflected, t,H» ntouilrulrtl l-e f,« that rup
ture* he mrtty r«,'.'t v. Iitioiit auffermii or anlior
Blice, 1.1,d n.lhoul thr tlttujtro/ iiu nrrnu l/H"
tji-f 'rr furulu*tn, often :,»iis.-'l hy the hev. re pr. w*tir(j
of M, t,iI Tr,n»ei. and Sii|i|iorter*. It I* tin- only *ure
cur- tor fieri,!u, It l» I tie only Trtma In Int. Hint will
hold the MintIIre K-cureiy In all |.o»ltlona In which the
body
UHTI'K.S iccii«i.tiially.
havo
bIIOWII their peat eurativo jiowein in th®
ttio"l olistinntx aii'l iiitractahlo rases.
For inflammatory and Chronic
Rheumatism, (iout, B.iimis, Iiomit
tcntand Intermittent Fevers, Diseaseso|i
tlio JUooil, Liver, Kidney* ami Jiladtle^'
tiieso liittem liavo n» winal. Such ii^ea.sc®,
Uie auscd \iy Vitiiiti'd lUood,
Mechanical Disejjses,— Personseu
p:i/ed in J'.iints and Minerals, such a»
Plumbers, Type-setter*, Gold heaters, jwifi
MinerK, as they advance in life, aru sulijecfc
to paralyKiH of the Bowelt".
njjiuiti-'t this, tiik') a tl'.KO of WALKKR'hfruaHfeViJT-To
K'
ForSk'in Diseases, Eruptions, Tet
ter, Salt Khetnu, Uiotd»e«, Spotc, Pitnph-s,.
I'lixtuleK, iJoils, CaH)umle«, Kinf? worniH,.
Kcald-hnnd, Koro Eyw, KryHipehm, Itdi,
Seurfrt, Discoloration^ of tho Skin, lltuu»rs»
and Dixcaxen of tho Skin of whatever nam*
or nature, aro literally dug up and rarrioA
out of the Hj-Kteni
in
a «hort tiuio by tho us«i»
of th« t-o Hitters.
Pin, Tape, and other Worms,
lurking in the system of mi many thousands,
aro effectually Je«lroycd antl retsoVed. Ntt
BVKtein of medicine, no vermifuges, no an
tfielininitics will free the ry«tr in from worioS
IikD thcM' Hitters.
For F'inalo Complaints, in youn
or old, married or winkle, at tho dawn of wi
manhood, or tho turn of life, theno Ton..
llitterii display ho decided an influence thul
improvement is sottn perceptih!e.
t'leanHotho Vitiated Mood when
ever yon lind its impurities burnt intf tbrotigb
tho skin in Pimples", Iiruptions, or Soremi
cleanse it when yju lind it obstructed an#
•lumpish in tho veins cleanno it when it j|
fiul your feelinfr^will tell you when. Keep
tho blood pure, and tho health of tho system
wiil follow.
II. II. McDOSALD & CO.,
atiiKr.'ii. Aft*.. San Fnui uc«,
Mui ••or. of YVu*liin«1"ii
UN1
Clitirlloii Sltt.. N. V.
Sold by all llruggUU »nd Utaltri,
COCK S(m-. i tn'i, i •,.[)(.•* .,r tin'n.-iit
I It Ka» ':ullurui in I!.'1- Wutl,|.
AMERICAN FARM JOURNAL
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