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FAE3I ASP HOUSEHOLD. V
1 Salt sovm under fruit trees kills tho
coddling moth. ZS71 K Herald.
Do not leave plows and small tools
ont in the rain. After using house them
as you would an animal.
;. --Grease is said to be a sure remedy for
'apple tree hark lice. It should be applied
'cautiously, however, for it injures the
For an ol fashioned pie, grate a
coffee-cupful 6f maple sugar, and mix
with it two eggs and a little salt, and as
much cream as your pie-plate will hold.
The pie-plate should be a deep one,
with an.uafder crust only. Detroit Post,
Tobacco smoke prevents the attacks
of all insects that infest -plants, and
does no injury to the plants unless they
are confined in it Sor a long
While it often keeps off insects it does
not always destroy them, though & is
fatal fce many. R. JT. Post.
To Cure a cough, roast a teuton
very carefully wi&out burning it; when
it is thoroughly tot, cut and squeeze
intosi cup upon Ihree ounces of -sugar,
iineiy powdered. Take a spoonful
whenever your 'Sough troubles ysvL It
" as as good- as & is agreeable tto the
taste. TJie Hmtsehold.
The following old rule Trout;
?3oiling has ncttTaeen improved inpon, bo 1
iter as we areftvised: If tine subsoil is to I
a brought ?to the top, the i&epth of
Tjhe plowing should be .gradually increased,
yearly year about oae inch a
year. If ihe subsoiler is ttofbe. run to
vthe bottom df the furrow wlthdfat throwing
out lrstisafe, the greatest tlepth may
be given 3iftfcGce.
Pickleil cabbage: Jtetl cabbage,
mixed wifi "white msfecs -an excellent
pickle. SiJee the cabvsige"VCjro' fine; for
Three hea&s of cabbage scal?d?two quarts
of vinegftrf mediure. strength, add. two
tablespoanruls of sugzi:; ;putnto a haj
one taHtespoonful eashof cSioves and
cinnamon, ana has :& tteasooonful of
aclcpper; put the spices
the vfcagar when won scfaK. it, and let
at remasrn. in the paarwhoityDU pour the
cabbae down a weights
on it, -so that the 5bWvnUbe nnSer
the vinar. Y: Tunics.
as a shc;dd be mads.
;tt.t 1 1 e !
.ness amiior econcpy, oecaue it is easier dnlj abundant, :but. asvrre have said, it'
to arch over &, fectt1:i0 lockecl Ep ag.to be oniv slowly:
deep CELd ten feet aa.dinaif ter than one :.aTa2able. Butas-St becomes available
twelve feet deep tand seventeen feet in liiUsJield verv femlvintthe soil, and is
diameter, and these woukbe Of abooi;
,.WBVf wff hv Hp. drn.iimcr. A
I"-''"- "W -..-W. fc ! ...A.. VW -.
lEhe follcsvins: table ef!, -. rr.. -
the extents of vaaaouslyized cisterns ,K illiberally supwlyin&Sis soil with nog.:
may.b3 of intercut in ths conmectiGB2;:.!.oi, who Ttni.i .
For eeh ten inches iinldpfth the f oIIotk
ing idiameters wiE give the contents
named: Eight foot, 313allons; nine
feet,.3E'6 gallons; 489 gallons;'
eleven feet, 592 :feet, 70o
gallons; fourteen leet, 959 gallons;
double these diaxaetersvsvill give four
timesas much CMiaeitj'; for each ten feet
; in deph the figures . are 4c be mi lltipliad.
by twelve. Excltamg. ,
tfFkeidSldllful Use of - Farcn Ma Bhine;
' On of the exeat secrets of malcmsr! .
-farm work a pleasant labor, a nd ndfca. I.
lruQgery, is in acquire . the art id, j
1 .T T 1
Tising tools witn untierstancun r, so
labor at an advantage, inste. ' id of
strength at very turn. Them;
f -machinery has mot wholly sur ersecled
theaise of the scythe,. ax-and pi tchfor,'
aridlhe skillful cise of the hoe shotiM
notA3 yet be reT" iteii ito the atti&df
theJost arts, ifo 'jnei;kiilfuln ess vsith!
rwhich tools are used that gives c ne mas
& superiority for turning off' labor,"
Tather than by ireat strength. It is a
natter of study liowtouKe a shovel,!
-pitchfork or any of "the 'other simply-
constructed tools f 'the farm to tie best: ;
advantage, and Amth the Jeast
strength, tan'dttfcsx; secunre the!
maxnniini result. That -v the fiail has,s
to the steam thresher, and the?
has mede .the sickle and!
cradle: forgotten tools, does:. not c
the farmer from Jthe exere'se of skillii:j
and sleight, but siinjply transiers it, and
skill in using machinery! quite as;
necessary aa was height 'in using the
ysc3Tther. and pitehfkask. is being
fast harnessed into .doing tfce work of'
the farm, and complex macbiuery is be-
'coming'fivery notieoable. Titj
rthe development of -skill, theiiigher in-!
and knowledge of -philosophy J
iind Jaws of mecoanies are ecessarv
TThe scarcity of farrjaJabor callsfor more j
nd better machinar?and theliLiring of
tthe unskilled labor .gi rJ3urope,:ieatures
fi.hat make it imperaiivje that the farmer
.nuust know more andUietyet morofkillf ul,
iso that he can employ ibhih at thetbest
TThe time has come wjfcen the
jfarmer is not a mew field h&nd or
laborer, his energies Wholly muscular,
tand his labor worth estwtly thatof his
Haired help, and no more, but now,
cniQUEted upon his labor-saving
he dees the wor&.tg ten men, and
Hs ,kuowledge and intaUigence, illong
jwiithrbis skill, directs the muscular lebor
of liis Jielp, ax-d he thus becomes by his
snrjerJG: intelligence and s!kill a direator
of' labor rathec than a saaere laborer
hirasdlf. It does not need
to assert ihat success in farsaing in tlis
future osaiot to be attained SGonuch froia
muscaalar labor .as from ike skillfr
-handSlns: :tnd utilizing to theifullest ex
tent tise ixnjrovedifools and labor-saving J
anachissery of iihe da-. ClevclandX
: Some borses are more timH than
others. Some are aaturally so; some
liave been made so by ill-treatment. A
ary, timid horse can be cured ?i his
(timidity by kindness. Tour plan when
tiding a scary borse should be thiss If
he, scares at any object, speak to him
kindly and let fiim stop sod look at it
give him a few gentle strokes on tb&
neck with your hand, speaking kindly
to him all the time, and gently urge
him toward the object scared at; be
careful not to urge him too Bard at first;
above all do not whip binn give him
time to see that he is not going to be
mrt; when you can do so let Bain, smell
ot he object, provided it is not some
effensive' carcass; he will not scare at it
afjain. When this has been done several
timS he will diave gained confidence in
you tind in Himself. The timidity twill
soon wear off and your horse. wilTSb.
Western Farm Journal,
Wheii does, a -tree feel contented?
When it's soppy
Potash &s a Fertilizer.
The effects of potash upon the soil fe
well known to be remarkable. One
hears continually that ''the land never
forgets a dressing of ashes," and cases
are continually spoken of where the
effects are apparent after thirty or forty
years This is not surprising -when the
action of potash in the soil is considered.
Much error is taught in this respect.
Potash is held by the soil very
firmly, and so is phosphoric acid, and
both of these are. the nrincmal fertiliz
ing elements of wood ashes. Dr. Lawes
vlf tSh PhosPh01 ?C?
remain m the soil for at least thirty
A7fJlT"C fTiri TlTfc Qnnnrtn r I
""M. wu tWUliVCUlUU UJl UUC217 ICJL"'
tuizers - made thirty years ago at
Rothamstead is still recognized by its
effects upon the crops. Potash is one of
the most necessary ingredients of the
soil for plant food. It is at tjSi same
time very abundant in the-soil, but un- g
fortunately is held in its combination
with silica, in the form of a, silicate, ic
an insoluble nd inert condition, anfi.
therefore it 2s that an appScation
potash, in whatever form it xnay be, o
the soil has Jsuch remarkably favaraSsfte
effects. It is because olttheir effects
.upon the sosl in rendering the polish
available ?y dissolving Tthe silicate Jlhat
lime, salt, 'chloride of p6(;&sh, and 'per
haps gypsrai, or the sutpAiric acwi re
A. t L TL
leased Utoaa this in its 'decomposition,
are so 'bonehcially useo. as ferteizers,
an&fitastfehis effect, also xerted fey the
atmosphere and the weather upion the
silicates an the soil, hat makes fall
plowlng, "fallowing 4inS.cultivatSDn of so
mcrch'UBe. The abucilance oE potash
tks& exists in the soil' may be realized
hr considering the ;pToportiGir.s of it
vnbich go to make up the -following
c(ommo."2. rocks ang. minerals which
emt&r .into the ccimpositiori of rocks.
Mica,.the glistening-scaly subatance that
ssoi!abunuant in almost every soil, and
5n .a: great many tracks, coiitains nine
pertcSit. of potash feldspar; the flesh
scoloiTJind reddish jrock which is so often
with tquartz iin granite,
mica siates, porpnvry ana
and is oftsE found; in masses and
"" --;--- -- -
of;pOtasb,, jnd nearly afr
litre Elates contain; -a contmerable por
tion. As these rt6ks f own more or less
of nearly all soils,tda3Ts,noams,
'-' "'-""-'J u." gravels;
..dnds, potash is," therefore, exceed-
,... ..w .
'ittimay be laid down as a great pria
ciple that meat, .fisbjor'poiiltry in a tate ,
of - decay cannot lae,eaten with safety, '
since symptoms of irritant
so freqcantly arisen from '.this'
ocau.se. But a Uittle consideratiooi'.will .
us the impossJIbility of draurinffia";
and fast line npen this point. yfe
rcMsk venison which has
UJ derxone decay, "wlulenve at oncearoiect.
beefcor mutton in a --similar condition..
j&gaisi, poultry tto -be palatable must bo
fresh, yet we do to eat gamo
which is far advanced in decomposition.
.There is no doubt tithat in many cases
.."we.iarre guided hy'Xrar palates in-deter-
miitkg what foody's "wholesome for us;
: fonvhile many tof UFeat mouldy cheese
a "Chriaman bad eggs,, and
some races enjoy ;fisli Avhich we would
consider putrid. iEven as regards
oysters, which aretes: erally relisted in
, proportion to thfiir freshness, it
times; a matter irtasto. Jbor example,
it is-recorded of ithe.ifirst monarchof the
house-of Hanover th;.t he objec&ed to
, the English natrw.oysfcer as being
flavor. It wis privatelr en
tive ojs ter shoald.beiallowed to become
somewJiat stale Inefoue being brought to
the voyal table. 'The at oaee re-
cornizefl the flawor, hich had a&vays
pleasedihim so muchiiit Herrenhausen,
riand gaB orders that. in future he should
ralwaysjfee supplied. irrori that particular
.bed. Jit e absence 'Of .evil consequaces
saf ter ea ng food which has undergone
n& certain amount rf j'deay is doublless
ilue in mfcny cases tSo ithe completGiaess
orthe cooj:ing.proefcss;jLut this doesinot
ODiilitate gainst tke .general rule Slsat
tod in aj$j stae of aecay is
and should be:ay.oided. Of iate
years there have beem (.cases of poisocojis
symptoms arising &rom the use .-of
teaaned measLs. Ihe carueeHT.ppears mainly
ttoibave been improper
or of ihe use of iijueat that was
tainted before being camned. An
of the outside crf ;vhe can is our
ocfly available guide as regards this
class of article. The iieaU of the can
sbovtlil be slightly conca.e, whereas if it
be soBvex it shows that composition
has ifiommence& within the tean. Some-,
tim,es through careless soldering the I
presearred artick becomes etiutaminated
with lead, and poisoning bey this sub-!
staneeas the resalit. Good Words.
aSie Waste Qf Animal ffood.
The &sh of doaiiestic aninaals fit for
food is ahnost a wactosubstanee in many
countries, since it can not hz locally
consumefl nor profitably preserved. In
the River f late RepjftMics alone ikere are
80,000,0GO heep aad 25,000,009 cattle
to a population of 2,5O,000. For years
fiheep were .only valued there for their
wool, and, rhen flayed, carcasses were
kit to rot, or, when ried in the ssun,
psi'ed up in sfacks for fciel, while later
on they were boiled dovna for their
Sheep get very fat ssl the provistce
of Bnenos Ayra, and those of three aiid
four years will frequently give fromi
eighteen to twenty-five pounds of tallow.
Countless numbers of sheep are boiled
down every year in the so-called
only for the tallow, which forms one
of the staple articles of export. The
mutton is thrown away, or used in a dry
state as fuel.
In the five years ending with. 1850,
more than 1,500,000 sheep and 200,000
horned cattle were boiled down simply
for their tallow, in the colonies of New
South Wales and Victoria. Popular
If the Philadelphia Bulletin can be'
believed, a young lady on leaving a
concert, recently, expressed her delight
with the excellent music, and said she
was Dafticularlv pleased with ."that
piece from the Twelfth Massachusetts,"
A Dangerous Prescription.
"Here's a prescription to be filled."
said a Jady to Doctor Caldwell at tb
druse store of the latter in Cleveland
this everting. "Can I have it filled at of
"Certainly said the Doctor. "What
is it for?" to
"It is lor a horse," said the lady.
The ;f)nsscription called for nitric acid,
mercioiy -and turpentine. Doctor Caldwell,
locked at it a moment, and, without
recalling tMe circumstance that the in
prooseded to put up the prescription,
ft6 fr th into J bottie and
theQ -poured in the turpentine. He then
Roared in the nitric acid from a jar. A
tremendous explosion took place, scattering
the bottle to atoms, and throwing
he pieces of glass and baking acid into
the Doctors face, The Doctor was
knocked down by the shock and terribly
Hurt, borne gentlemen came m ana
found him putting sweet oil on his face.
It was badly burned by the acid, and his
eyes were injured so that he could
hardly see. He was taken home. It is a
serious -question whether he does not
lose the sight of one, if not both of his
eyes. The strange part of the occurrence
is that neither the woman nor the
prescription could be found after the
The woman, accompanied by a
man .and a boy, drove hurriedly away
from, the store after the explosion.
tPhe London Daily iVeus gives another
version of tho story of finding Noah's ark
on Mount Ararat. Many years ago, a Mr.
then in the enmloy of the Rus
sian Government, ascended the summit
jjf?the mount and remained some days
n a visit at a monastery which was then
fhere. The monks stated to him that t&e
croof of the apartment assigned to him
:and some others was composed of 4he
iiba of the ark. Mr. 'Gairvy
wsaid that he 'examined the
fture very closely, and that it
Ibore all the appearance of the roof ibeing
-supported by the tribs of a vessel, and
tthe wood appeared very old. He also
i said that a few years after his visrc tho
i monastery was destroyed by
i quake, and that 'he had never heard what I
i' became of the 'alleged ribs of the ark.
Mr. Garvy in smaking his report after- ;
ward. exDressed the oninion "that the-
w vUh T- t w -k f r Atf ? V S
UlUUilfe, UUViXIU Kwo "uo OWJA.y XLJU. blXCUi.
predecessors, were honest in tdiling it.
The telephone is as 'common 'fe
as in &e7 England,
Ai Iiidlanspolis baby was "bitten,
lu teasing a pet Maltese kitten,
Before a day ended,
St. Jacobs iil mended,
And with, it mothers
A hunter ifco lives at Bear Run,
Hurt his arm by the kickcf a gun
The hunt it did spoil,
But St. Jacobs Oil
Cured himfcef ore swelling: begun.
A miser is oen surprised .at Cloc9
ru quarters." iVr. T. News.
Toung, middle-aged, or old men, suffering
from nervous debilitv or Mndred
tions, should address, with two stamps, for
large treatise, World's Dispensary Medi-'Cal
Association, Buffalo, N. Y..
Is A lost girl.,:Maid of tho 2ist?2T. T.
The only scientific Iron Hodicine that
.does not produce headache, &c, but gives
:o tne system an tne benents ct iron with
out its bad effects, is Brown's -Iron Bitters.
Ajter a bill5ssettled you can enjoy the
krest that followetpayin'. JV. W. Journal.
Greatest Miscovery Sineo i'492.
For coughs, colds, sore throat, bronchitis,
t laryngitis, and consumption m its early
stages, nothing 'Cfluais ur.
Medical Discovery." it is ciso a greac
blood-purifier sxtA strength-restorer 'or
sfconic, and for liver complaint and costive
conditions of the . bowels it has mo equal.
-Sold by druggiste.
rCiLLiARD playing is a sort of green
baize ball O. Picayicne.
FI have beest wrj much benefited by a
bottle of Elv's Cream Balm. -When
i I began using it any Catarrh was so bad I
uuu ucouucuti ojiio yyuuio uuuo uuu.
chsrged a large -account of filtby matter.
That has almost entirely disappeared and
I hove not had headache since to. amount
to acy thing. Please send me two more bottles."
John H. ScaacsRS, Conn.
Askier is a which mayibered in
the face. Burlington. Free Press.
"What's Savcid Is GainecL
Workingmen vrill economize
Dr. Pierce's Medicines. His "Pleasant
Purgaiive Pellets5 :and " Golden Medical
Discovery" cleanse tho blood and -system,
thus preventing fevers and other serious
diseases, and curing all scrofulous and other
hmniirs. Sold by druggists.
CiNCiBTNAai, October 6, II8S3.
LIVE STOCK Cattleeomiaon 51 75 & 3 .75
Choice loutctiers i 00 4.75
HOGS Common -. 4 00 4.50
Good packer.? -....... 4 50
SrllJLilr. . . . .... . . . . . . . -. . . o io A.SD
iFLOUR Family 5 25
No.2red . 104 BOiji
Corn Ni. 2- mfxed .. 51J
Oats No- ' miijed 30
Ityc No: S. .--.. 50
KTAY Timotfcy No. 1 .10 50 11 0
KEMP Doub"ie dreiBed 8A
Jless 01 75 12 08
Lard Currect m.ike.. tw
BDTTEK Fanes-Dan-T 17 18
'Prime Creamers'... 20 23
FEU IT AND VEGETABLES
Potatoes per bar. from store 1:25 1 30
Apples, prime, ;per barrel... 230 3 00
FLOnt State and Western . . . . $3 5 3 85
Good to choice 4 40 7 00
GRAIN 2 spring. 1
No. 2 red 111 1115s
Cora No. 2 mired new-... 52?v' 59 &
Oate mixed 33i 36
-.13 50 13 75
FLOUR-5 ate and Western S3 50 4 25
GRAIN U heat No. 3 red. 1 02J4
Lsc Corn 27o. 2 48 48Ji
Oats Xo.2 27i
Rye .,.. 55
PORK Mess .10 50 lff50
FLOUR Farailr $5 00 6 03
GRAIN 1 07J4 1 07
Corn mixed J5SlA
Oats mixed 24 35
PROVISIONS Pork Mess 13 W
Lard Rellned lCi
FLOUR ANo. 1 55 00 5 50
GRAIN Wheat No.2 red, new 1 00 1 02
Lorn mixed 49
Oats mixed 30 31
PORK MESS 12 00
WHEAT No. 2 red, new 1 03&
OATS mixed 274
juueners stoeir .-
- Bbippjns cattle.. 5 25
THE HIGHEST AUTHORITY.
Upon a Subject of Vital Interest, Affecting
the "Welfare of All.
The following remarkable letter from one
the leading and best known scientific I
writers of the present day i3 especially
significant, and. should be of unusual value its
all readers who desire to keep pace with
the march of modern discoveries and events :
" A general demand for reformation is
one ot the most distinctive characteristics Is
of the nineteenth century. The common
people, as well as the more enlightened and as is
refined, cry out with no uncertain voice to
be emancipated from the slavery of conservatism
and superstition which has held
the masses in gross ignorance during a
large portion of the world's history, and in
the time of the Dark Ages' came near obliterating
the last glimmer of truth. Dogmatic
assertions and blind empiricism are
losing caste among all classes of all coun
es Pooplo ?r0 begmmng to think for"
less than argument. Men and women are
no longer willing that a few individuals C.
should dictate to them what must be their
sentiments and opinions. They claim the
right to solve for themselves the great
questions of the day and demand that the I
general good of humanity shall be respected.
As the result of this general
awakening, we see, on every hand, unmistakable
evidences of reformatory action. Is
People who, a few years. ago, endured suffering:
the most intense in the name of
deity, now realize the utter foolishness of
such a course. Men who were under the
bondage of bigoted advisers allowed their
health to depart; suffered -their constitutions
to become undermined and finally
died as martyrs to a false system of treatment.
There are millions o people filling
untimely graves who might have lived to
a green old age had their original troubles a
been taken in time or properly treated.
There are thousands of people to-day,
thoughtlessly enduring the first symptoms
of some -serious malady and without the
slightest realization of the danger that is
before them. Thev have occasional head
aches;; lack of appetite one day and a
ravenoas one the next, or an unaccountable
feeling of weariness, sometimes accompanied
by nausea, and attribute all these
troupes to the old idea of . slight cold' or
malaria. It is high time that people awoke
to acknowledge ot the seriousness of these
matters and emancipated. themselves from
the professional bigotry which controls
them. When this is 'Sone and when all
blesses of physicians'') come liberal enough
to exclude all dogmas, save that it is their
dnty to cure disease as quickly and as
safely as possible".; to no other position
than that of truth honestly ascertained,
and to indorse and recommend any
'remedy that Sias betfn found useful, no mat-
jrter what its origin, there will be no more
.quarreling among the doctors, while there
wiii dq greac ;rsjoicmg liiruujjiiuuii una
"lam twsII tirare of the censure that
will be njtell oct to me for writing this
letter but If feeltthat I can not be true tft
my honest convictions unless I extend 't
helping hand and indorse all that I kntfor
to be goocl. iSbs extended publications for
the past levr. years, and graphic descriptions
of different diseases of kidneys
and liver have
ession to thet'act that these 2.iseases are
greatly Increcsing. Tho treatment 6$. the
doctors has br.en. largely expecimentuS. and
many ot taeir patients bae diea Hvnile
'the3r'wereicastmg about fOl a remedy to
" It is 'now over two yertrs since cny attention
called $o tbe use of;a most
wonderful preparation, in "the treatment of
Bnght's disease ofj tho kTcbreys.
had frequently as1 ced me'about the remedy
and I had iheard of remarkable '.r.ures effected
bytit, but like nt any others
tated to asecomm end its use. .SA 'personal
friend offonine hi id bsen'xn poonhalth for
some tinro and r. ds application tor insurance
on. bis life had bcoai rejected on account
of Tftright' s disease. and
microscopical e: cansinatiens of his urine revealed
tire prest oios of liarge ;qtrantities of
albumenand g ranular tube casts, which
confirmed, the c oniectness of the-diagnosis.
After trying all . the tssal remedies, I directed
him to u se tbisiprepaitati&n and was
greatly rarpris ed. to otssrve a- 'decided improvement
wi thin a, month, trnd within,
four months it o tabe xrtsts could be disr
covered. At t oat time there vsras present
only a"fcrace of a2irame2, and he felt, as he
expressed it, perfoctly well,' and all
through the i nflnence of Warner's Safe
Cure, tbe reme dy he used.
" After this I '.prescribed thisinedlcine In'
full doses in 1 loth, acute and chronic
rhriti&. JBritrV it's tffeeasel with the.
most satisfacto ry results. My Observations
were neither si isall in number vaor hastily
made. Theye: ctendelioverseveral months
and eiribraced a lavse numlaer of cases
which h& ye pre ived o satisfactory to my
mind,Tthat I Arouldv earnestly urge upon
my professionr J. brethren 'the importance
ot giving a fair and jpatientr.tiaal to "Warner's
fjrlass of ailments
where blood is obvieusly in an
unhealthy stat J, especidllyvzhere
Jar engorgemei its ana .inflammatory eruptions
exist, ind.aed in. many. of 1;hose forms
of chrome indi. spositicn in which there is
moevidoace of organic but where
-the general health is depleted, the face sallow,
the urine colored, constituting the
'condition, in thejgatient:is said to be
ibiliousJ,"th& advantage gained by the use
of 1;his remedy is remarkable, iln Bright's
Idiseaseiit seems to act as a sobrent of
soothe and 3ieal the inflamed
msmbraiKs; to wash ut -the -epithelial
debris blocks up-the ttibult uriniferi.,
a&d tcprccrent a destnictav.e metamorphosis
"Belonging as I do s a braneh of the
believes that no one school
knows all thg truth regarding
the treatment of disease, and being independent
emmgh to select any remedy that
wili relieve sny patients, arithout reference
to tbe souroe from whence it comes, I am
glad to acknowledge and commend the
merits.of itbls remedy thus frankly.
" Respectfully yours,
" R. A. Guxn, M. D.
"Dean and Professor of Surgery, United
States Medical College of New York;
Ed&or i6f 3Iedical Tribune: Author of
Gunsa's New and Improved Hand-Book of
Hygiane and Domestic Medicine, etc."
The aiosqultoTs auger is an
tion bUL Jvl Z. JVetcs.
Frokt Koyji, Va. Dr. G-. ET. Hill says:
" Brown's Iron Bitters seems to give general
satisfactioE. I recommend it strongly."
A SHEiiaT cooler will never mend your
old shoes. r. Y. Independent.
immuiiuuutuuuuauuiiv1.!: THE GREAT GERMAN
rff imnini mm
Jllij J REMEDY
jifi(,lLcnn8iL'fliim Pira !
ii" - i
Believes and cures
mmm0m t.. RHEUMATISM,
mm WLWMM!B I SCIATICA, LUMBAGO,
M immnvp"" fir Scadaclie, Tootkclie,
Soreness, Cuts, Bruises,
tilili Tfcjl' FROSTBITES, '
And all other liodily aches
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
Sold by all Druggists and
Dealers. Directions in 11
The Charles A. Yogelcr Co.
(SsucctHai to A. YOQEIia A CO.)
15 catStfcee, AUdysBUBalleU & Caoxtlaud.ila
Ul'SIXES COLLEGE, Newark. N. Jt
i Tertas XJFQsiiUtLf. iQizmi ust is : vrtte lor clxcular.
Ottawa, III. Dr. T. A..Smurr says:
"Brown's Iron Bitters give entire
The women who do fancy' work don't
have known and watched the uss of.
Swifts Specific (S. S. S.) for over fifty
years, and never have known or heard of
faure to cure any case of Blood Poison
when properlv taken. ,
M. Li. UESNABD, jrcrry, wa.
Walnut IcafKaJr B?tor
entirely different from all others. It Is
clear as water, ana, as its nttmo iaiuxh
a perfect Vegetable Hair Restorer, it
will immediately free the head from dandruff,
restore gray hair .to its natural color,
and produce a new growth where it has Send
fallen off. It does not in any manner affect
the health, which Sulphur, Sugar of
and Nitrate of Silver preparations
nave done. It wui c'uange light or faded
hair in a few days to a beautiful glossy
brown. Ask your druggist for it. Each bottle
is warranted. John D. Park & Boxs.
"Wholesale Agents, Cincinnati, Ohio, and
N, Critten'TON. New 'York.
I have been using Swift's Specific (SSS)
and find it to bo the best remedy of the
kind that I have ever been able to get, and
have tried them all.
JOHN TiSCHER. 3a V, &
Glenn's JSulplmr Soap
used by ladies who possess the finest
Hair Dye,black or brown,50c.
Lyon's Heel Stiffoners keep new boots and
Bhoes straight. By shoe and hard wave dealers.
A YOUNG JUAN'S CASE.
Mb. S. S. Hodgkt, Jr., of No. 147 Park street,
Lcwlston, Me., relates the following personal narrative, I
May 14. 1ES3: ' ' About fifteen months since I had
severe attack of typhoid fever, vras very lame, ana
confined to my bed for eleven weeks, and when the
fever left me I was in a very debilitated condition. My and
back and loins seemed to have no strength, and I had
no vitality or appetite. I tried various kinds of medicine
recommended by my friends, but found they did
not Improve my condition. 1 was induced to try my
Hunt's Remedy, which has been used with such great
success here in Lewlston that it has a very enviable die.
reputation of being a most reliable medicine. I purchased
ono bottle, and can date mv Improved health
from the time I commenced using it, and my progress
continued very rapidly, I gained In strength, and ex Ol
perienced Iss pain in my back, my appetite increased,
and after using three (3) bottles my pains were all S.
gone, and my health entirely restored, and I can most
heartily recommend Hunt's Remedy to any who may
need a true remedy for debility, kidney or urinary to
A GOOD MECHANIC.
I5s.lt. J. Jones, of No. 10 Charles street, Portland,
Mci, XCTitcs us these convincing facts, May .11, 1SS3:
"I have for several years been troubled -with liver
.ccttiplalnfand indigestion, and have suffered at times
tmible distress, and have tried many lUucrent cures,
o called, that have been recommended rrom time to
Xlaie. I .one day noticed in one of our papers the testi
monial of a person that had used Hunt's Remedy ana
been cured of diseases to mine. I purchased a
bottle of one of our drug stores in Portland, and before
I had used the first bottle found that I was Improving
beyond my expectation; have used in a.l six uotties,
and X have no trouble from Indigestion, no distress or
pair. In back had; and since I have been
cured mj wife ias used It for kidney trouble, and it
has cured her, "We can both say that Hunt's Remedy
Is a blessing? any that are troubled with kidney or
liver dsscases, or Indigestion. We gladly recommend
lttoonrrtrleala or to ar.y sufferers from liver of kidney
disecscs, and you can use this letter as you may
choose cr'tfce best intcres't of suffering humanity.'
and cured without the
knife. Book on treatment
AND Drs. Gratigny t JTojtij
S?U3IORS !JOi W. 4th St., Cincinnati, O.
Send at once for Maps, Piim
describing the marvek U'J
HiowtV aul wonderful
of he Great
Address X. Ti.
131 Viue Street,
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THE BEST TS THE CHEWtsJ."
AW CftigigS FRESHERS,
taad Priws to The Anltatca & oSijrlor Co. , Mansfield, Ohio.
Indian Remedy. A certain
mm 0,2aid:d lyp"Bpi la,I.l ve r
and cnerul Debility.
Soaearial wfll convince the most
skeptical cf itR racrltsj?nckagca50ceach, postage pa'O.
O.W.lXlUGI.ABS.aJO Gates Avc..lirooKixzu2.x
amljsrod salarv sellinK' Queen City
Skiniand Stocking Supporters, ct.
SauijHs outfit Fre. Ah bess Queen
J?.7 mail. Toll HMrrpt'on
KcAly' 'ecw Tailor Syst m ot
iiiliJu Dress Cutting Unci
A. N.GST2L. Agents "Wanted, t V9f?J
3250$ lllncaniclrsiulh world. liamn!i. iia
Address JAY iBlJONSOJJ, Uzstboit, i 'ticu.
money selling ourTamilyM 41
GfflTPniake m capital recjnired. JsTaxda
L 1 1 I U Ccee Co. 1 07 Pearl St.. 3jsw Yon.
lor an article In general use;
? " i"vr ii.y tuiiuu ; buiiu mr ior sample
,2iid circular. AddresaJ. . DAVIS. Full Ueoa
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I fn K In HE 9B &Xt FS Els IBjOsmI yH f
m - ' t
And will completely change the blood in the entire syrtem in three d "tc .aounB healA
EACH NIGHT FROM ONE TO TWELVE TVEEKS. may be ret them taJhe? StieT&id Stt
For curing Female Complaints these Pills have no equal. Physicians nT;o Bosto iiS ST ' W
ienttrmdlfor25cenUiastmps. Seivd for pamphlet. . S. JOHh - "
SB xamti i wimiiii miiiwni am-
THE MINISTER "WHO FALLS Merest tHscongre
tion and buHd up his church is generally accusec onseingr a poor peacher;T
or of not studying hard enough. 'That is not a. trouble-comes
from. Dyspepsia and liver disorders are . sponaftfe fee many a
dull sermon and many a vacant pulpit. When th digestive
apparatus is working wrong and his nerves are givii y11 P21 an(i his
brain refuses to do its duty, it .is almost impossible to n e or 0 a
good sermon. Give your suffering minister a bottle of ' ra!J? I011' j
ters. You will see its effect om next Sunday's preaching "eRev..Mr
Zehnng, of Codorus, Pa., was paralyzed, and could not " efPtt
crutches, until Brown's Iron Bitters made a new man of hi m ke Rev
ATr. Whiip. nf "RnrTr Kill. fi. C . snvs: "Tf rKtnrrA to sti "nh and vi-
W w m w J - r pa V - WW rf J
a Brown's Iron Bitters is not
only for the minister, but fc r au Pple
If you are
In the inquiry TOiich is the
best Liniment for Man and
Beast? this is the answer, attested
by two generations: the
MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT.
The reason is simple.
It penetrates every sore,
wound, or lameness, to the
very bone, and drives out all
It "goes to the root" of
the trouble, and never fails to
cure in double quick time.
CatarrH elts cbeam bsli
when nuuiiuu u
b i 'CiM t.hf flntrer into the
-T. bVUI nnri;ii ircMl Vo fiH
ffiOM sorbed, ' effectually
9ak C0$ Hnnsiijrhe head
6 in Uj
rHAVCFVFJm, 1U inflammation, protects
Wl of tho nasal
ACl i nnlils fvrrmlntrlTr
$$i2fL heals th'o sores antl
fi. cations relieve. A
u.m. i thnrnurih ircawicnz
for circu'ar. Price ou cents oy muii uru.,
druggists. Ely Brothers,DruggiststO wego.N.Y.
In chronic dyspepsia
rosrnn and liver complaint,
and in chronic
CZIEBRATEST constipation and?
other obstinate diseases
Stomach Bitters 1
beyond al comparison
that can bp taken. A
a menus o restoring
thcetrcngth and vital'
energy of person,
who are sinking nnt
der tho debilitating
effects of painfnl disorders,
. m Is confessedy
For sale br au
Druggists generally. and
HBWi JffPlfcw wlffCTb Wyw Fttf ipB
was suffering from Blood Poison and Mercurial
Rheumatism, and had spent ?oC0 for treatment with no-benefit,
and It seemed that I was doomed to die.
Caught at Swift's Specific as a drowning man would a-a
straw, and it has saved me from a horrible death,
cured me sound and well. It is the greatest medicine
In the world. C. H. Sjiilet, Qulncy, 111.
Specific cured me-sound
and well of a Scrofulous taiut Inherited from
ancestors. J- A. May, Macon, Qa.
t nm smta that. SuMf t.'s SDecIflc saved mv life. I wa
terribly poisoned with Malaria, and was given up to
Swift's Specific relieved me promptly and entirely.
I think it is the greatest remedy of thage.
C. G. Spenceb, Sup't Gas Works, Rome, Ga.
nClCl B3SWARD will be paid to any chemist
$JL,UUU w,o will find, on analysis of 100 bottles of
S. S., one particle of mercury. Iodide potassium, or
any poisonous Swi?t Specific substance. Co., DraweBS, Atlanta, Ga.
Our treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed fre
Mason & Hamiin'Orps..
New Dlustrated Catilojrne, (40 pp. 4to
for season of 1883-4, including many neTf
styles; best assortment of the best and
most attractive organs we have ever offered,
andat lowest prices, $22 to $600,f or
cash, easy payments or rented. Sent free.
H&SOH & HAILffl OBB-AS &PIAH0 GO.
Boston, 134 Trcmont St. ; Xew York, 4G Ea3t lith
St. ; Chlcasro, 149 "VYabasiAye
KY I STeIT
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i.. a. Dnt.' ui ic i jiflsorLips,
iihtr Askyour drug-1
ftyes.etc; ncmnc f rom any cause,
02 Fulton Street, X.mmmua
cit. or send to
STM3 rvWnViAteft Sf!ATS CO.
i13 2TOXW.tr.0X SCA1E,S40. 3T0r,S50.
ftkTou SUO, Beam Koilncluacd.
5 S-4 cAOMroiR SOALE.S5.
The Detective,'' J4 o&g!
300 OTHER SIZES. Rcdneed rRICB LIST I UEB.
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Blowers. AnviK Vices Other Article
IT LOWEST 1'KllfcS, mwiM"" '
POKTABIiE A: ST AMOK Alt V
and STEAJI BOILERS, smaller sizes Rdalea Nk
corm anrl Plantation Use
from 3 to M 000 n.
oonn We make six sixes, capacity
5lUU dnv. ith on ww. for our o. 1 ?"
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ItZ Cincmntu :ued c....ilone fr.l
tk &WWF& KO PATENT, NO -PAT!.'
Instructions and Hand-Bo ofeotPatents sent Iree,
IHscC rrar8etitc.oa).a.nrwuexe. .
sale & Retail. rr W?-
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i asieair sviiiui, ui.
Aubi I OLawBtjironts to canvassers. Circulw
J Jft ftAflperdavatnome. Samples wortll S
v nti'l "" U ee. Ad&ress &z Co.. Portland. Me
mmm VE Itil B A
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to -. fr m r
Sawing Made Easr
Monarch Lightning Sawing Mu
J) Senton30Jay fll A Great S: ":
AgX Test Trlul. m LaborikMi es.
Aboy 1C years old can saw logs FAST end EAST. JItlss
MnRRAY.Portae. Mich ..writes: "Air. much pleased with
tlie MQNAEOK LlGHTNIirO SAWING IT A.CHIKE.
I rawed oil: Sinlnutes." For sawfiicToK
Into suitable lengths for family stove-wood, and all sorts
of log-cutting, ii is peerless and unrivaled. Illustrated
Catalogue, Free. AGENTS "WANTED. Mention this
CO., 163 E. Eandolph St., Chicago, 111. WI"ra.
't .,H.,b relieAana 1.
an infallible cure for File.
PricuSX from druggists, or
Sox2il6. New Yorlfc
CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS.
Best Couch Syron. Tastes good. V$
Uselmime. Sold by druggists. M
C70 A WEEK. $13 a day at home easflv mad.
Jl CostljotKfltfrec. AddjsTrae&Co.Arim. vt
A. N. K. E. 946
1VJE JYKITISU TO ADVKltTISEKi
llease say you law tlie aUverUMitucut ia
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