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THE FA KM AMI UARDEX.
iVenninv Vlg: Younj pigs should lu veancl gradu ally, and tho weuuing may bein at two weeks of age. The yming pit's will take a little warm skimmed milk out of a sluiUow pan if one is caught and held with its month to the. milk, and" when one begins to drink the r-'tt will soon join it. After this the pigs will come iretju'entiy into a small pen for the feed if an opening is male for them, and at f-air weeks the sow may be separated r n the pig. After the first few day a i.ttle boiled brau and meal nay be add" to the milk, but no more than a p ir ter of a pint for each should be given at one meal and four miali in a day. Thii is rimp'e for pigs up to six weeki old, when the rationVfhay be in-en-a-ie I gra iually at interval of a week in j ropertien to the growth. At this period of a j i.f -i life there i more d-i:i mt lit over-feeding than at any otl.'-r. New York Times. ItrpalrliiK 4lrdlet Trees. Yo'ing Jruil tre;i, eipecia'dy apple tr--girdled by mic; and rabb.ts are e.dom -o li i i y injured 'as they appear to -. L'.'i!e--s the inner bark is corn- i . i-t, j'i: they, with proper tre.it v.iil r cuV' r. .Make a mixture of llllJ$ ni l cow manure, beatii.g well V i u a still plaster, adding water,, if i'd. A thick, amp e coaling of this i-j. .(e-d over the wound, completely ( -v. -nag-it, anil is wrapped around with old ba-"Mn'' 'or other Course fabric. The rhi--f oi-j- ct of this is to keep the whole rnol l while i.. -if ure heai- the wound. In a dry time ,t-i- well to wet the bandage-1., etc. A ti.o supply of sap is largely d;m ni L - l by the wound, the head of the! n I'ni'-l be reduced by cutting baek t!i.- branches.' ' If the wound is Very M-ycj-.-j it' jm sometimes bridged ovu le, tb'j Us: of large cions, ou'e cud in-i-iti- i iiiibr the balk below and the oil. v end above the' wound. Unless a ti -e is large an 1 especially valuable, it wid rar. iy p:iy t.) be at this trouble. JJe-tter replace the injured tree by another of tiie same size and age. American' Agriculturist. oozed through the orifices into the teats. Presently, if all is quiet and peaceable, she gives a full relaxation of the strict ures which hold back her milk, and her teats are not only tille'd but crowded, and the whole contentsof her udder . :re placed at the disposal of calf or milker. If now due expedition is used in draw intf the milk it ran all be obtained. L U- , I ally this effort at relaxation does not i long continue. Whether the milk is all j drawn or not, cows soon tire of keeping up the relaxation and allow the cords to , assume their natural contracted po?i- tion, and tliiis shut of! the How. This j makes it important to milk speedily, j The lingering mitker never gets the whole j of the mess. Neither does he who a!- j lows the process to be interrupted, j Hence the milking should be continuous ; Cows enjoy the sense of relief when a j crowded udder fa being emptied, and j they will continue the relaxation which j opens the milk duct9, as long as they ' feel that relief taking cfl-ct; but let the milker stop ami the relaxation will stop, ; and it cyircly be induced again be- i fore thoime for another milking. Qilet j an-1 comfort arc also essential to obtain ing all the milk. Farming World. Hurled A1!t. Major Majur.fT, an artillery officer and aide-de-camp t the governor general of Odessa, died, as .was supposed, somewhat uddenlv, and was interred forty hoirs family vault in the necropolis was being renovated, the coffin lid was noticed to hive-been partly forced open and the corpse was still bleeding, which confirms th" statement of a workman that his at tention was first attracted by a noise in the coifin, and the unfortunate major died iily on the instant of the appalling dis - i crv. From PKilipsb'irs. P. .. Mr. S- M. Crcsv write?, briefly a-.d i oinf edly. thn: Yo ir .-t .ao'Oil hae:i:cd rae of iu ulia oi lu fce and head." Pilce tifijr ci-lh, Medical n.iion .ire p-ov n; f srwit bene fit to the I 'r.-hj teri.tn in;-iuu w t k ;n I-rsi;. A Christian r.liv!-l.m has hrri nnniintt-i! a afttr .ards. A few days ago, whilst thel consulting physician to the heir apparent of t ne throne, and his inftaeuee ii felt in favors sdiown to th? mission work. A ?ra !ick Pa.ener On th? V.-ea'i, eareH lis'lf- :loata s'orm. lie i s.tiYely i .u.lTerenr v.h ther he is washed c er- oard or n t Bu:. set right by a wi e glaa-f ul or two of Hostetter's is.oiiiai.h I.itter, he feels renewed interest in his persona! s-ifeiy. This f:ne corrective neutralizes i- brtekish waUr -often compul.orUy drank on h board, to the grievous detriment of health - the p -rnicioua im:urities which give rise to disorders of the stomach, liver and b )wels. To lee : .inner, the lourist, the Western pioneer fUl ;he miner, the Hitter-J is lnraluab e as a r i as uf proteet on against malaria, when it- m i , are latent in a r and water. To the ef fec's of overwork, mental or manual, it is a juos; reliable asiti lote, and to the debilitated und neivous, it affords great a"h i sxeedily felt rel.ef and v.gor. rs Mr. IL Carl. 139 Fourth Street, Troy, 2. YM i says: "My aaugmer iaa a spra ntd ankle; M. Jacob Oil cured htr ia a day or two. ily a hat riitULaat.bm about iiiue years ago, St. Jacobs Oil cured him; he has not been a fec.ed' since." Price fifty cents. P.hm-'s Manual reports t!ie total railroad construction in the Southern section in 1S86 at 3.T4 miles, nnd estimates that during the pres-nt year. unles some serious reru.sion should occur to reverse rxitinii pian," the construction will amount to li'.uuu mile?. ts omi noa TTOMI SALE OF LOTS! East Sheffield Land Company. Beginning Thttrsdayjtti June, 1837, ON TIIE PROPERTY ADJOINING; FIELD, ALA. The East ShefBeld Land Co. own , ?, . WiU purif, th. 8UOOO ryrnUU acres of land laid off into l,t an B: th LIVKR and Mi.ni wuicu iuuueuiiy aajoin tne Mut:. ZXJt:rZZl:i ertvontheEast. of There are three Bailro&ds on th r... . the East Sheffield Co., besides a Str. 1 1 i! running dummy engines, and ext. n A i;:. r ii l'hilad-.'! li.r-eto!-s." hia is styled Increasing Orcanlc .flatter In the soil. In all well cropped soil the routs of the crops, together with portions which remain upon the soil, csprcialiy wh n grass is ruisel, form a gradually increas ing amount of organic matter, which be comes incorporated with the soil by plowing and til: aire 'and adds eroatly to the .capacity of the soil. The presence of organic matter in the Soil increases its fertility l,y j'i ilizing the amount f water which the soil will retain, so de fends the plants against drouths. It not only absorbs water like a sponge when it rains, hut iu dry weather it abstracts moisture from-the air which it y;el-!s to the plant, besides it arrests and retains certain kinds of p'ant food which might otherwbe he washed awav or Uown through the r i five Hundred J'nllars t!i- nm Hi. Tiere. e.-s ?.,r the detection i.i. e .!o-f!e'. or otluT mine -a! or injurious -i , :-:siiv ' e. -!: ate I "i i-a-ant i'urga- i 1 . fee. are a!'-ut ! h-. .-ieof mus- 1. I. it re - a v liifcen. while tijeir a i, ii-iatten-ie-r by any gripm-C pam. -s, -i k- it a ia iie, bid ta-te in the ,i ri jau.td ee i id at once before thse ,'.,.r-.." Of y-iur druggist. ,' v Yurk i 'o ic'.iiu e!u used 4S horses wJu 'i-.e eoM-ii t Phi otde!p:.ia. The "Favorite Prescription of Dr. Pierce cures "female weakness" and kindred affec tions. By druggists. The Enslish yacht, Thistle easily made 15 knots an hour on her trial trip. v Daughters, Wires and Mothers. Jend for Pamphlet on Female Diseases, free, securely sealed. Dr. J. B. Marchisl. Utlca. N.Y A Good Appetite Is essential to good health; but at this season It U ; often lost, owing to the poverty or Impurity of the J blrxH, deranseaient of the dlgeaUTo organs, and th j weakening effect of the changing season. Hood a , tht3 s,-lentlst.Hn. w. WAiur. Ju iah P. Benjamin. f ArpetiU. Ind ir1 t?"tT- .hi ototely eurd: "TT TONTO a m( aad .p K-ir cur.. Gi ' rfTt Injoatyadd to tha r-rulamj of ta orifi" motaxpartmaat cat tfca OaiorsiL A!TD D ' m Or. HARTEW'S UVER R'AVlf Blek ChionaUpatton.lJTar Comrlalntj an Haadaaha. Bimpl Do., and DiBoo W Imallad on receipt oltwoeantaln poataga. f THE DR. HART ER MEDICINE COMPANY. St. Louis Mo. MARVELOUS - ML I ii ii ii Wl 11 I: ' Sheffield to Tuscnmbia, through 1' . r Si... ;t lroperty admirably and convi nn a:;. . and the Company desire to 11 chen; -,'V x' actual residents, who will haTe Bulnrl a ., j -in ck.- and quick communioatien wj-.h f field by street car line. Terms of 8 d-, one-fourth cash, and t in t-ne, two EEkh three years, at six per , Osz-iiAtT' the purchase price retnrn.-d .. buyers who improve the lots boutrht u T j months from date of ealo, anvl onk-v. t lth :k. lurneu tH:nose who improve in eighte n u, u- , from dateof talt?. Initiations of land made to Churche. S and Manufacturing enterprises. uiHcovi:nv. Wholly unlike trifacial ayatemS. Aflf hlinU If-arnixl In n m raaiUnr. Recoinrnemhd by NUrlt Ta n. Ktchard Proctor harsaparllla Is a won lerrut meaiclne ror creanng an ir. Jim.ir. efe. t-;a.s oti c'olumtrta law studenta. appetite. Uming the dl.esUon. and giving strength to j VrXZSZI iTrre. the whole system. Sy: Is the tims to take It, ' tf.Oe. LuisETTK 2.17 f.ft'i Arc. .New Vork. x ui lutmri luiuiiiiaiiuu, i auii'uu-i ana zxiu write to EAST SHEFFIELD LAND CO., in:FFir.i.i, M i. WHETHER YOU WANT A LIU Hood's Sarsaparllla " I have taken IIoo l's Sarsaparllla. and am glad to say it has cared me of a very severe pain In the small or my back. I also gave it to my little girl. She had very little appetite ; but Hood's Sarsaparllla has In creased It wonderfully, and from our experience I highly recommend this medicine." Slas. A. Bacs lieb, 135 1-2 Van Horn Street. Jersey City; Makes the Weak Strong IRORMB "I must say Hood's Sarsaparllla is the bestmedl cine I ever used. Iist spring I had no appetite, anl the la.ct work I did fatlued me ever so much. I be pan to take Hool'ri Sarsaparllla, and soon I felt as if I co-alil do a much In a d iy as I had formerly done Mas. M. V. icHnfe liillre!i. Nursing Mothers r w. ,rked Men. and for all diseases v; he re the t;s n- are wad net away fr m th Hiahiliry to di.:"st t.1 narv food.t.r fro-u over vi.ris of ' ( ira n i r holv, a'l kui-U should ..kc . i : '- i'Mnl')Nof Pur-i Co-1 Liver Oil j lu a week. My appetite is voracious, w.::. Ii-.;:. p!t. s,.!ul.s. "'I v s I t he Kinuls: ,- Batard,' Atlantic City, N. J. i, a ia 1.. ;v i: w.is vi-'iicaie, ana iur-ae.i , witli rro:-.-hi!!s. 1 1 put her in siich fraud h alth i a-i.l li- r-t;. that I in-i-l say it is the best Kmui- ! sion 1 ev-r uh. a." L. P. Waddeli M. 1).. i 1 1 ti MuN. S. C. ! i --;,a '. 1- K i -1 r Mik.- K-My -f tlie "Bostoiib' . iv. il a ."iM -.v t!.-'i from admirers. Hood's Sarsaparilla ay all druggists. SI; six for $5. Preps I. HQOD CO.. Apothecaries, Lowall. Mui I do Doses One Dollar' HERBRAND FIFTH WHEEL! King-bolt In rear of axle, prevents accidents from broten king-bolts, never rattles and leai-s axle full Itrt-ngth. Before you tiuy a b-iRiry send for free ! pamphlet describing this valuable Improvement. j THE HERBRAHO CO., Framont, 0. I WEAK MEN. WEAK WOMEN, W&fflS" Dr. HAlltirw Hl.OOU IdMM'I.KA are marveUut, the sknsatiOs of the hour. Thousantls ' hava used them and not one bnt Is enthusiastic ov-r their won-Ji-rful pronertles. 25 cents; 5 boxes, f 1. : Uf lrucdsts or (y mall. iost8K. pfepnlcl. All In ; valitis hhoald send ;:ccoiint of oast, symptoms. t t, j with order and we wii; 1K YOlT Ouof. Address . Dr. AV.11. M. HA1U1), Wnahtnmon, . J. : Ujiy U h UdUy preferred who can fur- ' for Fih?s only. LVl? ni h their ownborces un 1 Kve their whole tlmo to j paid. 9'i.JiO.) i'rli e P the business. Spas e mome: t-may be profitably em by 4??VJ?SUJ? ? nictPil ulan. k ffw i' n i- in towns and cities. I.AM.AR. KA1VKI5 L. B F. JOHNSON A CO.. ;m : Main. St.. Kiehmond. Va. It will p&j yoa to writ to PHILLIPS & CREW, For Catalocue (frtxJ and Pnees. Slention tius i-s.-tr. J, P. STEVENS &BR0. JEWELERS. Atlanta. Ga. Im4 far CsUalge. FBI I DR. WIl.MOlH- i! FT Indian Pile Ointment Gal law wutcure ma, rae of li,b. v, iileedlng, l iceruieu or rrotruJip lea. UU)tK Ii I! A KANT LED. Ire i r3 "ii receipt of price ty slctans' Jars by eiprts. rra- per Lox. OUc. aud 81. soij RAW KIM LAMAR. A genu. AtU.Dta Oa, SO! I A r.d j-. .Aain, by its color, it absorbs tbt- licat of thy sim aryl thus warms lh: soil, and by its lov flccomposi f i:i, hidi isiiiii on ufl through the grow ing st-a.-on. it -i.roiluri'.s carbonic acid A Hint iu Farmers. j M'IS which, beiiiij tl siolve l by the ''riinlstoii - is 'cn-rally badly used ! water, aids in dissolving and preparing and badly cIiom ii. It is too small; too otlu r constituents of . thu soil to be 1 1 1 i k; it is not veniy. and tiuly set and taken up by the crop. Organic mattr C( iitt t.-1 ; it is not properly srcd (1, and ' s -therefore to be increased in soils in it is turned either too fat and thus whica it i3 not naturally too abundant, throwa wal r all around, or not fast i! every econom cil way. Jlenco com ciiouh and so iails to do its work well. l"sts consisting larjj.i'.y of such "organic A grindstone should be at least three : '"iitituents as straw, leaves, swamp feet iu diameter and two and one-half ! hay, sod, weeds, peat, swamp ' muck to three inches iu thickness, .having a I ;ll'l wood mold, are to be recommended t bevel on each side of th : face for grind - quickened with stable manure, or with .ing -purposes. It should be quite free wood ahes or bine, in place of con Iroin li.fTd spots of iron ..pyrites, w hieh ' centr.ited ici ti!i,.-rsf which supply only aie iiijuiioin to tools, although these 'he constituents supposed to be re may be tuaen out with a sharp-pointed ' nioveil. Those articles, iu the form of punrh. If it is not centered truly it bone dust, ashes, potash salts, etc., wiil woi k out of shap, ami so ui rt:- ! ,11;,y -'H be added to any compos", pure tracing up. It should be run as j au'l -'i thus cften most conveniently last as possible, as it will work better ! ajplied to the soil. American Agri aii-l piiek( r. To pie-vent water from; cultur;st. being thrown, a piec ; of bagging slunild . be fastened to a staple fixed across the In il Ile;illy ( ousiimplltvn? M-mv a ea-e sujiposed t le radical lurte li-f-ea-e i-'n a !y ore- oi iv.r c-oraplaiat and iadi ires io i: I it, u:i estii.'f diseased liv-r can be r-M'ured he-ill hy a - ion, it wid s . e'.o the uric- v ith ' rnip.inc matter as lo h-'-ng on ucsr speedy n Ciy, and thea ixidee I wo have --oa-tiiiitpt o":i. whi- h is scrofula of the lunjjsiu -.. worst itK'ni, Nothing c an bi mo: - happily e leiilated to nip this danger in the hud than ;s Dr. I'ieree's ''Golden Medical Dcneri." 'y druygists. New York intends to pension a I National uuardainen lhat Ket injured while on duty. 1 nlltES' Improved OI.OVKB BUlLDISa, Washington, D. C. j This offer is not Equalled. i For Inc. we will send a certificate worth 75c, and sam i pies of beautiful cards. Tin ild reliable. Uard, Waich and Novei.tv ('o., Wallingford, Conn, ' , .. - . - . f STOCKS. lO TO I,0!M SlIAItKS. ! Houfrht, Sold ami Carried on Margin. Send for our lint of St ick I'uivilkof.b. i S. J. PIX.'K & UO.. b-2, HitoAUWAT, N. Y. eal8. or aet eioas. mwirK iiuK. wholesorae bpfr(re. S.hl by dniKKist ROOT Packages 25o. Makes 5 for -25c. O. E. HIRES, 41$. lela. Are., 1'liila., I 'a. BEER OP UM : mai!d I T' " " " " " DEflSIONS, I na fee. Write for elrculars and new laws. A.W. McCorsnl Oflleeri pay. bounty pro. cured; deserters relieved. 21 rears' practice. Bucrensi' ilfk .V SoD.WasblnBton.n.C. rilOF. LOISETTE AM) COLLEGES. frame on each -nd, but n-t so cloie as to grind it out; th'n bagging will catch t ho e.Ci ss of water and vet keen the stone When a farmer has plenty of mowin land and Js short of pasture, or the fee 1 in the .pasture for any reason becomes short, a basketful of grass night and both wet and clean. The stone should morning to each cow may be fed to ad be k.-pt m the shade, and never in the vantage, and it helps wonderfully" to wat-T, wlih-h softens it and makes one ,xCeI UP tlu; A nv of milk; an 1 if the f.d- we ir 1 i.te'r than the oth-r. The mowing ll-ld is near the barn it is but water box s'li .ul l have a h-Ve in it, ! ,itt!e labor to t grass enough to feed a. .to let .-lit the water and keep the stouo 1 Ii;lIf-ll)ZJI1 cows; in fact,-no more work dry w!,en not in use. In grinding it j lll:m lt is to cut rye or barley, if the land sie ;i d turn mostly from the tool, not to ! 1h! rich t-'nough to produce a good crop, g-'ii ;e th-- btoue. ne nearer a farmer lives to a city or. ' large town, the more important it is for siimmrr Kee,iii,c fr Cows. him to keep his milch COWS up iu high Auioi-l; tLi- crops w hu h may lie used ! condition, by fee-ling them during the for Mi.nae r fee ling, barley is on..- of the ' summer, at the barn, nights an 1 morn bet, adhon.jh it doe n,d yield as much , ings; for in such localities l;e has, as a asmtay others . ats yi.-M bettor aad ! rule, a set of customers who' depend mi n. a,. ... a very ex ellent feed both winter i him for a certain quantity of milk ur but and Miiiimrr; rve i U t as good, cither ; tcr, whether the weather.be w t or dry; g;eea , r dry, but it grows very t ar'.y in ! so, to keep his miners tli- fnn-r me spna.: , m ia . is one ui tne nr.-t : must guard against short f r.'j., i..at ooi .arge en--ugU t cut anil ' sure to reduce the ll f. id .-at early m M iy ; covering as it , give full satisfaction it .I-.-.'s u ground iun:ig ti.e wiat.-r, it feed cows vulliee-iit t- k How the I' a in oils M emorjr-Teaelier Occu pies His Time The ltiidem Man in Anieiiea. For Intauco, dorm- the wje'e ( ontnenc in . ; Ma '.): On thai evening he gave t!ie first of Ji is our of live lectures to a second class at Vale of 200 students. May 10. he gave ihe lir.-t lei-lure to a class of 400 fetudents at Ihe I id . ersity of 1'ennsylvanta in Pliiladelphin. .May 1 1. he Kave the tliird of lili course to WO ('iiiiihia law stu-lent-i. May 12, he cave the liis lec; ure to :k.m ta ly siicleilts cf ellesley ( ':!. (. Mais., and Muy l i ho gave the second lee' ':ie at. the Tniversity ot Pennsylvania. And yet li"! is always fouinl at Jiis tdllce frm 'Ha. m. till noon d ever day. Huring this time lie runs through his crresoudence, yiviug lus asdslaai-) tli : most, ininute and detailed in si r-icli ins in regard 'o each letter received or any other matter thtt in hnnuht to hia no tice. In tho afternoon lie travel out of town, ami in tin- evening k Ten hi lecture, always leturni .g liime the same niht or early iir-xt nioi inng. Mo endures all t his incssaant occu pation ami n- essitao I la-ikon -leep because he loves hi work and be ansj lie takes good care of his Lea th. He da m t h it t he warm Wf-nt her i t he Lest time in the e ir for study. Thei lecture-, it is t rue, are nut e-ential to th-! mastery of the Professor's svMem, since his nrinttvt le-f-"on-p ipers are full aud coru piete, enabliiiK any oae to learn. N. Y. WoiUl. PATENTS I it a M, i'ntfat LAWjrtr, Inyentors' Oul.le. lawjrtr, W.shiiiKton. D. C. tl-1 VII1SKI: IKllITi cured ft l'im witli.-m i a. II M)k of i.f"lcui" Mtil r K K t B. M. Wcolley, M. D, Allunln, Ja. :rri a W hitehall ftrej .Mention this patx-r. BUSIWESS Kilticsiiim yfruilty at .HOOKIC'H II SM1 IMVhltSlTV, Atlanta, tin. tn uf school in Iho (J.nntrr. Send for I'irriiiar. S5 IoSMh day. Samples worth FRSb Lines not under the horse's feet. Address BuiiWSTEK's Safetz Rkis HOLDER, Holly.Mica Pensions to Soldiers & Uelrs. beud stamp f r Circular. COL. L. BINii HAM. Att v. V?hini?toa. I. O. ODIIIfl Mablt Cured. Treat re ent sent on trial. U r I U III HtTM a s e Uemei y Co.. 1 4iFayette, Ind. MEXICAN VARr If I drehS K. II. (.elsio SOLDIERS and their Widows. piisieiiH now f-ir tun all. A1- elsion A:. t'o.,"Wa8hinfrton, D O. Sua RES WHERE ALL ELSE fAILS Best CouRh Syrup. Tactes good. Use Iu time. SiM iij-iiniggistsj Can ret tllB Tti"w Practical Hiiiim H 1 1- -'lt-? ration nt .'ollinll h Krluiol ol II n. -t inm,VtS Hr.iad tM. AHa it .. '7f ft lor "ireularw Spm-mien -it IVimh-i- p SI5. Hslruletl IlixtU KKI.I.. A t.li.-. Kill K. Altunia. oi. Fortune's Favorites . Are tin S3 who court fortune those who are always 1-n-king out f-r ml invo t gating the oppcrtuniti's that are ottered. Send your ad -ihe s to llalleit & ( o., t'ortland. Ma ne, a nl they will mad yo i fr.-e, f ill particular ah ut wo k that u inn i!o while living at home, wh-rover y i are 1 cated, and earn irom "to pe:- il y' and upwards. Capital not i e tju.ired. o are started free. l?oth sexes. Al r ges.- Seme have earned over $50 ia a single li'aj. Ail is new. Whatever name or designation is ?iven to Fever and Ague or ntL r intermittent diseases it is safe to 6ar that Malaria or a disordered state of the liver is at fae.lt. Eliminate ti.e impur.t es from ihesv-tem anil a sure and prompt cure is the re-ult. I ricklv Ash hit ters is the safest and m-t e-Tective remedy for all bil nrv tro ihles. ki-l-u-v diseases, and like complaint- t. a: has ev. r b-en brought befoie.tl.e puh-ie. Atrial is its b st rtco n-mendatiin- Liver Disease and Heart Trouble. Mrs. Mary A. McClure, Columbus, Kaiis., writes: ' I addressed you in November, 1saS4, in regard to my health, being atliict-l with liver disease, heart trouble, and female weak ness. I was advised to use Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, Favorite Pre scription and Pellets. I used one bottle of the 'Prescription.' five of the 'Discov ery,' and four of tho Pleasant Purgative Pellets.' ily health be gan to improve under the use of your medicine, and iny strength came back. My difficulties 'have all disappeared. 1 can work hard all day, or walk fouroriivc miles a day, and. stand it well; and when I began using the medicine I could scarcely walk across tho room, most of the time, and I did not think I could ever feel well again I have a little baby girl eight months old. Although she is a littlo delicate in size ana appearance, she Is healthy. I give your rerruji dies all tho credit for curing me, as I tooko other treatment after beginning their use. I am very g-rateful for your kindness, and thank God and thank you that I am as well as I am after years of suffering." Mrs. i. v. w xBiiKR. or xortetiire, Cattaraugus Co., N". writes : " I wish to say a few words in praise of your 'Golden Medical Discovery' and 'Pleasant Purgative Pellets. For five years previous to taking them I was a great sufferer; I had a severe pain in my right side continually; was unable to do my own work. I am happy to say I am now well and strong, thanks to your medicines. Chronic Diarrhea Cured. D.' Lazajrre, Esq., 975 and t77 Decatur Street, New Orleans, La., writes : " I used three bottles of the ' Golden Medical Discovery and it has cured me of chronio diarrhea. My bowels axe now regular." ' Liver Disease. I General j 1 Debility, j ff Hat top No. 7Couk Sto f-.r "II.(HI UUwith riiturr. Sml fr cataif -i-. A Slaitart A 0...i A'liitntialtSl. . Aiiiv't A. IT TW. Ill V-Ollr, Mrs. PARMEMA Brcndagk, of 1G1 Lock Street, JjtHkrt, X. V. writes: " I was troubh-d wit.n hills, nervous and geucrr-l ' 'Ilty, with frHin iL Hon thriat, and my immt - aa budly cank-n .). My liver wa.1 inactive, and l sufTensl much fr.ui dyspepsia, f am pleads! to say that your 'Golden Medical Discovery' and 'Pellets' have cured ine of all ties--ailments and 1 cannot say enough in tb-lr praise. 1 niunt n)s say a word in reference to your 'Favorite Prescript km,' as it has proven itself a most excellent niedicino for weak femald. Jt has been used in my family with excellent result.". Dyspepsia. Jame L. Cornr, Ysq.,ot Yucatan, lhnurttm Min 7i., writes: "I was troubled with indigestion, ami would nt heartily and grow poor at the same time. J rxperii-need hi-urtl a.rn, sour stomach, ana many other disagreeable symptoms common to that disorder. I coinmenceo timing l i r 'Golden Medical Discovery' and Tvllets.' mA I am now entirely fn-e from the dysp psla. wu-1 am, in fact, healthier than I have been i r five years. I weigh one huudn-l ami c'i!t.- . one and one-half pounds, and have done a,??1 much work the past summer as I have nu done in , the same length of time in my life. I never t4M. a medicind that seemed to tone up tho muscles and invigoraic the whole system equal to your 'Discovery and Pellets.'" Dyspepsia. Theuksa A. CASS, of SprinafUld, Mo., wribs: "1 was troubled one year with liver complaint, dysjM-psia, m.A sleeplessness, but your 'Golden Medical Discovery' cured me.", Chills aud Fever. Uev. II. E. Mobley. Monim,renci, S. . writes : " Last August I thought I would die with chills and f -r. I took your Discovery ' and it stopped them in a very short time." Invigorates the System. .i. til is cf I .1 it so ut-U tliat the crop ilraws to a hi-'i stan.iai l of li. inte- IS inijiiis-.il...; t) lO if tli ; t ) nece lT y t ) eep la ) .; i u ;i whicii it -' cm s arc o-ivcn V Hieh liegacy. me tri-nerai art. --n -v ot--. the l'ullman Pl.'en- ing ear cotiii Hi v. Kx-ch.ef Justice O.A. I.ccu rane. st.t- s that .'.( Dr. H ggers could leave no nette.r legacy thnn -us Iluck'u-berrv-Cordial for k!1 bow-d .rT''ct'ons. As a ra'ndrop f .Md! a storm, so a rlmple :po-i a hunu-i b 4 indicates health-destr yir g . vir.ii:i tf.e bo d. which can l neutra.'.l7(1 and exp..-1'et o-aiy :,y Dr. Harter's Iron Tonic. ! i A Woiidi rful Machine and Offer. 1 iatro iuee ; r; -ni w g1Ve a vay l.'iH 8 )t- t ' opena-.g Wash:!,- 'a .jae. No lab r r ! Wa-!ib-a:d. H---T l , l. world If von want! oue. write The Nat.on.il Co.. '2: Deyfct.. N. Y. THE BLOOE3) DS THE LDFE. ' Thoroughly cleanse the blood, which is tho fountain of health, by using Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, and good digestion, a fair skin, buoyant spirits, and bodily health and vigor will be established. Golden Medical Discovery cures all humors, from the common pimple, blotch, or eruption, to the worst Bcrofula, or bl poison. Especially has it proven its efficacy in curitg Salt-rheum or Tetter, Fever-sores, Hip-joint Disease, Scrofulous and Swellings, Enlarged Glands, and Eating Ulcers. rr and can walk with the help of crutches. He docs not sutler an- pain, and can eat and sh-ep as well as any one. It has only 1- a about three months since he commenced using your tuedicn 1 cannot find words with which to express my gratitude for the benefit he haa received through you." Indigestion Boils, Blotches.- Rev. F. Asbcry Howell, Pastor of the M. E. Church, of SUvcrton, N. J., says: I was af flicted with catarrh and indigestion. Boils and blotches began to arise on the surface of tho skin, and" I experienced a tired feeling and dullness. I began the use of Dr. I'ieree's Golden Medical Discovery as directed by him for such complaints, and In one week's time I began to feel like a new man, and am now sound and well. The ' Pleasant Purgative Pellets' are the best remedy for biiious or sick headache, or tightness about the chest, and bad taste in the mouth, that I have ever used. My wife could- not walk across the floor when sho began to take your 'Golden Medical Discovery.' Now sho can walk quite a little ways, and do some light work. - Mrs. Ida M. Strong, of lirwirorth, Ind., writes : My little Ik had leen troubled with hip-Joint disease for two years. When he commenced the Golder i! little r.iore fro-n tin- s .ni ticiu it irc 1 -..:r. .roi.i cscapMi- so tne land alter u : i.othin- , x, , p; wi.U t!uy i lU ua v.. a ii.;. of -rven rye is -wry nearly a rich ' pasture duri-i a drou-hi. r;(iu:li:u;.4). l-r tliis reason auu for th so:.- F v. --v.-a t r The h -st c ' iii-Ui;: c; ;.-i .th -,,r-. 5 r.-e Dr. N.4H-- Thomp- n r to? tin or a- 1- lore ii-.t-e-.i of ;t carliiu's-, rye is coni icrcii a ic-irallo ::rccn crop' to row. 11 r. t-. ian n; ike a very ioo-l crop to cat ore, a, '1 -ut it svi-i pa-.-s to a -tato of r. pi. ;.c- ti.ai ii tpi.rcs it to be cut atul v.. -e t-.ito hay. When sowi thick to i; -ik-' tiu- straw t'.::e. it not i a in s an cXfeUer.t' fo-l w hi'.--Tt i but, wci. tr:el, it ;s r.cli .anl rca-liiy e ti.-:i t a:-.v s-a-o.:. S if a fartucr i-a- 1 i Ti - i -,so- 'nre .-V rywh'r.-. 2V. .Milking Artificial Kubios. M. Friiny -h.-.s ra l a j ip-.-r at the 1'aris Aca Icii.y cf St'ici.ct ,i. ;: the sliocesN.'ui r:,earci..-s ui.Ac h ;;:. with M. r:. ;;,' a'ita:ur, icr ! :.rt.!icial ru'.-ie. y, ;,rs ao u iscovtre-1 tile Iir-t niet:i , of n-,-,.1-,,-' i, oui :iii ;io si.t c,i:c. n pa-ty. an 1 wore awav ot.- . kl S 1 1 t . ' a i, h ' will fin t it r i i s i:'.t Wat:;; intf.ie.-t i w a-i aero or tw of Hu:i t v ry war. Fiikr corn w a-f-i in- rlv Coiisi.lt r.l on - of the ic-1 r :i crops to fetvi out ia the su:a:Lur, but cx p ru nee has pr-vcl .t to i-c of the pooust, vi'.i'.cs- the c rn is riu i ; tci to statii until th'.' e.iis It-.-tn to for: ;. r;i-: w cr lie a K-Jitcd mietiicr p: ,n.-e, ::.. t;:; :';i;;!;s::la- h'tv.' m tl.i , C.i- lUUi lit' oi-t ii::- 1 c?V-t lis of ::;;; --that i to say, ; p- rfect r ui -ic i v . ili'c. -i sr. s: r-.r.;;y, 1 even i.ijic.r i: a.u.- iL..n. t .uur.k. :on They cau b uiaJe of lar-e s;z,.. Liuu;i yeWj ThrKrlruriiit Art of Mllklu. i.cii the teats tire li -it touch ihe tni.kcr or ;;.c e :'.' f the cow i to uraw u; rh B.nks old man Of No IV to Him. to yuan-; C .id ley) II i, e:t!ur ti.e ::;-t tllvrt iltiecd o alotii; c lit i.r tiuin or ioa that eoV. , . w c-.i.-v.ii ( l .U iUCI C t llcy Horrib'.e. I hn-l one of this w as tail i wnc a el lointer i lounil any ct aue T s:r""io!:T I.?-.- w-ii- ii he, i l hi to that make- it so-, iu .- i: k ;U t e mi.hn c:i:i a; ir-i .. . . I : ., ,,;tv w .tli :iilk which, from beiri crov thr 1, hud . Uds. KliOW k . u: straight th-.' .-th-T, and I tli lu't i ea I he was p -ir.tir.- i ditl n't ;ej 17" a thing. Ti i- ! ir;SH-StLYVE6ETSLt F(?ARAJM3N StNMA-MANDRAKE-BUCHU AK3CT1D? AtrfriCIEJiTREJ01ES lt Has steed the Test cf Years is Czrizs: all Diseases of th fes. E100D.LIVZ2, STOM- ClilM P'?' P2ri-e9 the i bitters .y K'..,-cVRE:s jjrATIOy. J4. "DICE, 1 UVER lfl??5s COMPLAINTS, & nJLlNtlYb ii:s fcenefciaiisznencp. I STOMACH 1 ItisprelyaHedieise F AND ttl as its cathartic prciier- rinniAT'T C;rties fs'bida its sse as a U U j? f k Jw. beverase. It ia pieaB. I o S"i XT'H a-: t,3 3ate. and as 3 III rift!irrifr :1rt ss ta. .FPlCKir ASH BITTrocrn RPRICElDOUARJ , -r,."- .i.i.viijtsi jm a crn HlP-ilOIHT Disease. - use or your ioiion .Medical JUacoverv l'elleta, he was confined to hia tx-d, and could not be moved without Bufrerinj? great pain. But au 1 and )Uld But the time. I A Terrible I Affliction. Skin Dieae. The" Democrat and JuVws." of Camhridye, Maryland, fiay: "Mr, hi iz Ann IVkjle, wife of Ix-oruinl I'.ie. of U u luimshury, lxrchfUr Co., JtI., l;nn tif n ennd of a bad catwr of Kewsma by uflrijf Ir. ri n c Golden Medical Uiwov ry. The !J(m ju-- :ij-rx-ared flrrt in her fi-et. extended to th.- kn". coverinsr the whole of the lower limba from f-et to k !. tin a attacked the elbows and became eo wvwc us to prostrate her. After tK-ine treated by several tby.lcian for a year or two oho commenced the use of the medicine ' named alove. She hh bi-Kan U mend and is now well and hearty. Jin. Pool" tLinkfl the medicine has saved her life and prolonffJ h-r lay," Mr. T. A. Atber, of Eul Xcw Market, Lfjrcheetcr Cvunty, itt., vouches for the above facts. now, thanka to your Discovery,' he is able to be up CONSUMPTION, tJEAtt LUNGS, SPITTING OF BLOOD. Got.T)ES Medical Discovery cures Consumption (which I Scrofula of the Lungrs), by Its wonderful blood-purifying. Invlirora p ting and nutritive propertW-s. Fiir Weak Lunjrs, Spitting of lJlotl, Shortness of Bn-ath. Bronchitis. r- -r ougii, Asthrnn. and kindred affections, it is a sovereign remedy. While it promptly cures tho severest Coughs it BtrenKttK-ns tha ey6t'-Ui and purines the blood. It rapidly t)uilIs up the system, and increases the flcgh and weight of those reduced below tho usual etandard of health by wasting diseases. cal Discovery has cured my daughter ot a very fnd iiler hxntt) on the thigh. Affr trying almost everything without mice, e procure ! thrrv; Nttlfs of your Discovery, which Lteaied it up perfectly." Mr. Downs continues: Coninmptlon and Heart DUeae-MI ateo wish to thank you for the remarkable cure u have efft-t-d In my run-. t or three years I had uz.wl Trorn trial w-rrt-bl disease. r".nurtiptlii. and hnrt diva-.. lk-for consulting you 1 had wfu-b-d away -to akeletrn: could not s!-ep nor r-t, and n.jry tiwa wished to die to t out of my mim-ry. i. th-n consulted you, an 1 you told me you ta J hones of curinff1 tne. but it would take time. I took five months trttment In ail. The flrrt. two months I w almost diseoiiragd : could not perceive any faTorAbl- nyxnpt t:. but the third rnf-nth I b-gar to pi'-St up In l!h and rtrr-nirth. I lay. l havHhwn afiti'-t.-il with rheumatism fOTanumt-r now t-vvs now, wp yy vw . ? of vears,anl nowf-Kw mu'.-n tetter that I believe, with a con- K'1"11,1"? Ofnn gradually but fureiF ae-jr,pt, inemiv.. tiniiatHn of yourC.oVl..n Mi-ii.wl Di.v-ry. I will be restored -To-day I tip the scaies at one buudred and auty, ac4 am w.i Coniuruptloii.-Mrs. Edward Newtos, of J7arrotarmf?u Ont-wrib-s: " Vou wiil ever be -p raised by me for the n-marka-ble cure in my ca.s I wiw fo hiluwl that-my fri-nds had ail given me up, and I had als !. n given up by two dixors. I then went to the b.-st d octor in tiiese parts. He told me tluit m-ii:in? was only a punishment in my ais, and would not-und'-rtake to tr'-at rne. lie Fail I mn?tit try o-d iivxr o;i ir i liked, as that was the onJy thing that could po6?! biy have any curative power over eonsirrnption wj fir advan'vd. I tried the Col liver cf.i om a iaf-t treatment, but I whs so weak I could not kn it n my stomach. My husband.not ler-lin s-itisfi'-d to give ice un v-t. thrUirh he had bought ir r:jo ererythiM he iw a dverrwil for ?ny -omplaint. jrocurl a quan tity of your 'Gi'i'd-n Mt-iieal ricovery.' I took onlyfour bottl-s,' and. to th ur;H-;-; ,f everytx k'. v, am to-d.iy doing my own work. ani amt-nnn-iy Tr--trom th:f (mM" cotit-h which harrassed roe night and day. 1 huvKtu-n ami' til with rheumatism foraniinil-r GlYEH U? to Die, Wasted to HSkeletqm. to tterfect health. I wLuld is iv t-- th-who are faliinir a prv to that terrible di-a Winvjmriti.n. do not do as I did. take every thing civ first: butKtake ti.v'Goid n Medical Dls,very in thi ar'y Fta-s of thi d:-ak, and Thereby save a great deal of euf-fi-ring and be r-tor-.l to b'-agh at once. Any jTS'-jn who is still in doubt. ned but wnr1 m. inclosing a stamped, 6 lf n idrrisi.l envelope for reply, when tho foregoing statement will be fully substantiated by rue." - Ilcr Cored. T?aac K. Dowwg, Esq- of Frrintj VaUnj, Rocnd Co., -V. I. 1 1. U. ltex 28 J, writes: "The Golden Medi- Golden Medical DisroTerj s BrnIsts. Our principal reliance In curing Mr. Downa terrible da.y was the ' Golden Meiical Discover." Bleediks FHOtt LUKGS. Jfxrrn F. McFaktjucd. Esq- Atktnr, Lr.-. writes: "My wife had freiuent bk-img U r ; the lungs tx-fore she cxjmrnence-l using J - --f ioiien Medical Discovery. Fbe has - ' b&l any mnce il use. For sorry fix mox-t eue has been feeilcf to well that the tai discontinued it." Pric $1.00 per Bottle, or Six Bottles for $5.00. HORLO'S DISPENSARY LI EDI CAL ASSOCIATION, Proprietors, - Xo. 663 Main street, DCFFALO, J. AIWT YOUR BUCCYfor OWE DOLLA 0A8I 1 OH I wits uaJir bucct rAiirr rtatt rissj. rii c.j.. t...... : re. t k r- - . - . -vj . -- - - - ut w - b u.mr. m Wi r-j... . 'iiu. . ' - - " - i rmm 1 ' : - - - . - t . " - -r- u (mun Vtar-t tXymn, tw. , OOIT to s 80S) Kiaav U Ci-U- - - - - - -- . m m vui. imAtoMM wm