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JOY TO THE AFFLICTED!
A REMEDY POCUD AT LAST I "
It Will Core Your Cough ! ;
It Will Prevent and Cure Consumpt ion. ;
That t'ooKh, which v.a are mrmtmtTts! nuny ;
result la fatal Cwneaanption. if some
- . aarriflrc ywnr life wbra 5 er
JJtecaee can be rarr4 ss
satc-lc, aad su mm
saneJI a cost T
What is ths Tmhu tfMomep Wktm osmpgroj t Btattk.
wrwanM Kruwi t m hi use. it
Allen's Lung Balsam
tewwTtated to break op the mwt trrmbleerrm4 Congh t
In am incredibly short Uoae. There ia no remedy that i
ravn bow more evidence of real merit than this BAL
SA M, for earing Coxicmptioh, Cocoas, Coum, j
Arst offered to the nebue; and ta this abort time tt haa
become kaown and appreciated la nearly every town I
and village throughout the United States and the Do-
ia w only aooot seven years staee in Bilna via (
mlrdoa of Canada. Hundnsds of thoaaanda mi bottle. '
are annually sold, and thousands of wii testify te I
nm uneunaieu power In nesting tne Iimmm taat tt at
.Allen's Lung Balsam
' WHAT TlUt DOCTORS SAY.
Amos Woolly, M. D., ef Koserssca Co.. lad, ssys:
For three years put I hays aaad AUees Lous Bak
s no better medicine for lane dUessss in
exxewsxvely la my practice, aad I am aattehed there
Tssc A. Doras, M. D., ot Logan Connie. O.. aaye
or tuns ui
AUea'a Lane Balaam not ealy sells rapidly, bat gives
perfect sstisfaetioe ia every ease within myliaowledge.
Having onvjndeuoe ia tt, aad knowing that it possesses
valuable medicinal pmporttea, i freely an tt ta my
daily praeUoe, and with unbounded euocees. Asaa
expsotoraat, K m moat certainly far ahead ef any
prcparaOoa I have oyer yet known."
R fc Harmlt to Utt moei DtHmU Clili.
IT CONTAINS NO OPIUM IN ANY FORM
It ia .Said by Medicine Dealers UeweraJly !
Call ter'AIXEirp, ittsjg BAUAV'ud ehan tha
use of any other Balsam. Unprincipled mea may de
ceive re. with worthlem -
CALL FOR ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM !
J. N. HAHRIS & CO., Proprietors,
C IS CIS a ATX. o.
jrg-Sold by all XaZcdieine Sealers.
Establiehed faota are aflent arguments which
neither pen aer tango oaa shake, and it is npon
established faota that the repntation of Hoatetterw
Stomach Bitten, ss a healtb-proaei ilug eHxtr, and a
wholoaotne and powerful remedy-, in based. When
witnesses come forward fat crowds, Tear after year.
and reiterate the same statements in relation to the
beneficial effects of s medicine upon thuehtt, dis
belief ia Us efficacy is UteraUi impotib. The ere
dentiaki of ttta nneqiiaDed tonic and altermtirei
extending orer period of nesrlr twenty awun,
inctasm individuals of every class, and nsidants of
every clime, and refer to the most prevalent among
the com plaints which afflict and harans the hitman
family. Kther a mnltitnde of people, atrangers to
esoh other, have annually been seised with sa tnsana
and mutliiAas desirs to deceive the pnbHc, or Bos-
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have been affording such relief to snffaran from
indigestion, fever sad agne, bilDoinmesa, geornl de
blory, and nervous dJsarxtera, as no other prepara
tion has ever Imparted. To-day, thtefetmflht
reader art wjwa OUte Knes, tens of tbnossnds of per
sons ot both sexes are rehtng xrpon the Bitters as
sure defence against the aiimmt. which the present
eessoa engenders, and their confidence is not mia-
Ptaoed. The local potions which mterested dealers
soxnetimes endesTor to foist npon the sick in It
stead, are everywhere meettn- the fate that is dne t
trsod sad tmpostnre, while the demand for the great
Tegetapie specific is oonstantly mereaalng.
Tbe sdvertlaar, bavins been Permanently evred ef
that dreaded dnvue, ConsamptioB, by a atmple remedy,
is aaxions to make known to his fellow seSersre the
nveans of eare. To all who desire It, he will send a oopy
. . . ' ' w, wimvvj, wn II),
mreeUons for preparitur and nsins the same, which
they wiU find a atTRK Cuma VOK ConsciOTloH.
""1H,i, DBORCaiTIS, ac
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TO MARRIED LADIES
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Family Medicine Cases
DOCTOR,WHlT CAW TOC DO FOHXT
I bave quite a ramify, a good deal ef sickness, tha
doctor eomes often,and his bills are not hht ; and in
these times I should bs gratified to bave less sickness
and lighter bills mthmdireetioajf soosistetit with the
Well, my friend, I esa do s good deal foryoa. less
snndyon one of our Fajstlt Casks or -HOMcaopaTHlc
Hl'ECincs. which has s small book of directiOBnriviBsT
s description of all the various liiswssas which you can
treat profitably, and full directions for use, giving ths
mediosws, diet, etc The sarions speciflos are all
marked and labeled, so yoa need not be at s lorn which
to give ia a part isnlsr ease, and the directions are so
plain and simple that yoa seed not go astray. With on
of these etmsjos or your wife will be able to meet and
arrest three-fourths of all the esses of illness which
occur in your family. Yon ean do this, because you see
the sick child or patient at ones, and long before the
doctor would be called .and thus meet the sickness with
the proper remedy atones, and before it has become
serious. In aaiag thsm simple and yet effective medi
cines, also you avoid drugging the patient and thus
weakening the system, aad laying ths foundation of
future dieeaes. You also are thus enabled to eradicate
those tendencies to chronic disease which exist ia so
msny families aad individuals : such as ocrofula. Gout,
Consumption, etc Br the use from time to time, as
of toe proper peel tic, not only is the existing disei
cared, bet the foundation, so to speak, of snbseoui
w ren.M mm .or Hinmi, er ail
and grave chronic disessee is istaoiod. The pones
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lees and leas sickness from year to year.hsve more vigor
and better constitutions, sad thus "gradually you work
out from under the hand ef disease and doctor. Just
the reverse of this is true, under old school treatment,
F.very villainous doss of medicine paves ths way for sa.
otherttte visit of the doctor often neeessitatea another
snd a good thorough old-school doctor can mske
patients enough ia toe first ten rears of his profseeiona
li Fe.to keep him busy for the babtnoe of has days. These
wrecks of men, made by theTabuss of ealomsa, bine,
mass, quinine, iodine, opinm, and potassium, are the
harvest fields of doctors. So asy friend get out of this
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yourself and family when yon can, aad whan yoa must
nave a doctor, send for the most reliable one in your
reaeh. sad you will soon have sokness and doctors tare
This is no fancy sketch. Ko mere windy promise.
- " none staao you may 00 lutewise. joe
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FOR THE BOYS AND GIRLS.
PLEASANT LESSONS IN ARITHMETIC,
WITH MAMMA FOR TEACHER.
Bow many buttons hu Benny,
Crejnting 'em six for s peon j t
Why, fin on hia aaoqna
ana two on uf met,
And would 70a believe t
A pair on each stores :
And six on fa Is trowsera--Tea.
regular rooaera I
And three on ona shoe,
While the mate has bat two;
And ana at toe end
Of hia trip-snare, depend.
And, ah 1 there's the aa-sp
On ins regimenUoap,
It begina with a button
And anda with a battoB ;
And renOy that1, aU
I now ean recall.
Bo, counting them six for a penny,
Bow many barton has Benny t
Tell me, O wandering Jos I
How many miles did yon got
Whv, one to my inotbierV,
And three to my brother's,
And Just half a dosea
To bant op s ooantn ;
And half mile yonder
A hen-roost to plunder;
And three half miles back
To cover toe track.
Then s half sud s half
To water ton calf,
And a half and a qnartsr
Before I found water;
Add a quarter to that.
When I r heard s bmck bat ; .
Than two to town.
Toss. Jim Brown ;
And two, and none,
And one for fan ;
And one for took.
And one for pluck -
And on for trouble,
And two for double ;
And then twss best .
To sit and rest.
And now, my friend, says Jos,
Bow many miles aid I got
(From Children's Home.)
THE LITTLE PUSH.
BY FRANCIS LEE.
I was a little thing in high aprons and
pantalets, and John was stilLJesa, in
welL in gowns, I dare aaj.
Mary was just four weeks younger
than I, and that made her a great deal
older, I was so very small of my age.
To be sore, she was below me in the
2 yelling class, "and she hadn't got so far
ong in Peter Parley. But then she
wore her hair cut square in the neck,
with scarlet chenille tied around her
head, and I believe, though I won't be
sure, she had one short pink calico
apron fastened behind with string of
the same. Tute nad, x Know, but then
Tute was pretty nearly one 01 the great
girls, and Tute could paint violets
beautifully, only she would call them
Now, though I admired Tute with all
my heart and loved little John clear
away through, yet I thought there had
never been anybody born into this
world leastways, not into the town of
Dot so Terr charming as Mary. And
I think now that she must have been.
sometimes. At other timee, my! I
couldn't get nearer her than a snow-
berTY can to a snowdron 1
"Mary," I would say, "will you
come over to my house to-night and
play in the arbor t Our cat has got a
kitten, and 111 let you name her, and
triYe you some irooseberries. It is mr
birth-day, too, and I don't known what
Aunt Fanny has got for me. She al
ways gives me something because I am
named lor her. ..
And Mary would turn up the snubby
ena 01 ner nose, ana say :
lk let me oei jnoi who cares
for a kitten I Our cat's got five ! And
you'll keep showing me your aunt Fan
ny's present as soon as you get it till I
shall be bred to death 01 the sight.
I'm going home with Lizzie Chamber
Oh yes, that was it ! She was going
to dress np and go down to the com
mon visiting. Xjizzie Chamberlain was
one of the new girls that lived in the
old Headley house behind the maple
trees. . She wore French ealioo to
school every day and never took off her
shoes and stockings. Oh I when she
went to bed of course she did then I
So that was it ! Certainly she would
rather go to see Lizzie Chamberlain
than me. Anybody would.
But by to-morrow, when Lizzie
hadn't invited her, she came to me.
"What color is your kitten!" she
"Yellow and white." I replied, as
delighted as could be. "I am goirig
to name her 'Lily Straw Maltese.' Her
mother is Maltese color, and she ought
to be named for her mother, you know.
Kate says it is the prettiest kitten she
ever saw, and knows the most for one
so young. She is only a day old."
Urn !" returned Mary, turning and
walking toward the gooseberry bushes.
And I was such a little fool I turned
and walked with her. I am vexed with
myself now when I think of it, but she
threw some kind of a spell over me,
and I could not help following her
when she shone any more than the sun
flower can help following the sun. Be
sides, I was always so meek that I won
der I haven't inherited the earth long
But John, with his sunburnt hair and
dimpled chin, dear little John, was al
ways ready, whether the world went np
or the world went down, to smile on
me with his loving blue eyes and patter
after on his two bare feet wherever I
This time it was up in the new wood-
i -i - . it t . . . t
nuitse) cusmuer bo new mat it wasn t
yet done. Mary had gone off with
Tute and Augusta Ingraham to Pat
mun's wood after sassafras root. My
mother would not let me go off so far
even if I had been invited, it I had to
do the best I could with John ; for in
those days you couldn't have hired me
to stay alone ten minutes not with a
bright silver dime fresh from Philadel
phia. (Dear me! I've got over that
long ago. And Fve noticed that we
have to get over almost everything we
are particularly set against)
So it was John and the wood-house
chamber that day, with shavings hang
ing on our ears for curls, and the every
day dolls that were made of cobs and
had such every -day names as Hannah
and Borothy. We had blocks the car
penters had' left for chairs, blocks for
tables, blocks for houses and blocks for
bams. Indeed, I don't know what
more two reasonable children could ask
for, unless it was Mary. Probably it
was, for I remember I began to get un
easy and lonesome after a while, even
with good-natured little John. So we
left our blocks and our dolls, and went
and looked dismally down the stairs
that were not boarded yet at the back
and sides. And then I put my two
hands against John's back and pushed
him off; away down, stair after stair,
he fell, to the very bottom. He was
picked up with a nose-bleed and some
bumps and purple spots, but after a
few tears he was happy as ever and
never seemed to think of blaming me
I had no idea then why I pushed him,
and haven't now. I would not have
hurt him for the world, and I was ter .
rified when I saw him go. It was just
a quick feeling without any thought.
John went away to the far West when
he was about seven years old, and I
have never seen him since. But I often
think of this push, when I hear ofa
sudden murder, and wonder if the mur
derer knew he was going to do it, or if
he did not act outside himself, as I
seemed to do then. So I have some
pity as well as blame for him.
I think of something else whenever
John's little gentle face comes back to
me. I think how I wish the dear chil
dren would be careful not to do in a
quick moment what they will perhaps
never forget, but what will always lie
like a cliestnpt burr in the finger to remember.
The Russian Princess.
Many years ago there Jived in a
beautiful valley in Switzerland, called
the " Emmenthal," a celebrated doctor
whose name was Michael Suppach.
People of distinction and fortune came
to consult him from all parts of
Europe. Many also came out of curi
osity to visit his wonderful laboratory.
One day quite a party of titled people
were his guests, among whom were a
French marquis and a Russian princess.
The doctor had been conversing with
his visitors of rank, but a lew moments
when an old peasant, who had come a
long distance on loot, entered, to consult
him in reference to his invalid wife.
The doctor turned immediately from
his great company on the arrival of his
more meanly dressed patient, and was
soon so interested in the details of the
ease, that he forgot the presence of the
others. The old man, though appar
ently very poor, was of noble appear
ance, and wore a long white beard.
The French marquis, who wished to be
very witty and entertaining, made much
sport of him, while Dr. Shnppach was
preparing the neoessary medicine, and
at last he offered a wager of twelve
Lois d'ors, that no lady present, would
kiss'thedirtyoldfellow." The Busaian
princess hearing these words, made a sign
to her attendant to bring ner a plate,
on which Bhe placed twelve Louis d'ors
(about fifty-four dollars), carried it to
the marquis, who, of course, could not
refuse to add also twelve more. Then
this noble Bussian lady, approaching
with reverence the old man with the
long beard, said: "Permit me, vener
able father, to salute you after the fash
ion of my country." She embraced
him and gave him a kiss. She then
presented him with the twenty-four
Louis d'ors from the plate with these
words: "Take this gold as a remem
brance of me, and a sign that the Rus
sian girls think it their duty to honor
Poor little Nelly! She has worked
so hard all day ! With four dollies to
drees and tend ; a real pottet-han'ker-chief
to wash out in a real little tub, on
a real little washboard, and iron with a
real little iron : and a curly little dog
on wheels to pull about, and a live kit
ten that has been chased all round and
round the room ; and mamma in a big
chair, where you have to climb np ever
so high to kiss her; and a paper kite
that won't fly up if you don't keep run
ning; and sojers going by the window
sometimes ; and aunty making cookies
downstairs; and old bother shoes coming
off; and a real little red tin pump that
you have to pump dreffle long before
the water comes ; and seap-bnbbles
with windows shining in them, that
you have to keep on blowing or they
won't get big; and picture-books to
look at; and building-blocks that
tumble down as fast as you get 'em np;
and chasing pussy away from the
baby's teacup ; and jumping up and
down to make the baby laugh ; and
then the big door going open, and
papa coram in, roc tin you in the big.
big chair, and taking you to Banbury
Cross, and and everything. Who
wouldn't be tired f
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srSr TsatFEBAxcE Mbit Admit its TJth
m. No attenf.pt has ever been made or ever
will be made, to disguise the character of
Platatio Bittier. It contains alcohol; and
no Bitter that does not contain alcohol is worth
a rush. Water will neither preserve the vir
tues of tonic vegetables nor render them active
in the system. This is a chemical fact which
no one competent to deliver an opinion on the
subject will deny. Water tonics turn sour on
the stomach, if they are not sour to begin
with, (which is frequently the ease,) and pro
duce and promote indigestion, instead of cur
ing it. Let it therefore be distinctly under
stood that PL4irTATK BrrriBS is an alcohol
restorative. But mark this: it is strictly a
medicine; not a beverage. It ia to be taken in
limited quantities snd at stated times, like other
remedies and antidotes, and therefore its use
is in acoorcUnos with temperance law, as well
with that "higher law" which renders it incum
bent upon every being gifted with reason to
resort to the best possible means of accom
plishing a salutary end.
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Creams, kc, etc The cheapest, healthiest,
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gSNo. 28. Nervous debility, with
its gloomy attendants, low spirits, depression,
involuntary frmiwwonB, loss of semen, sperma
torrhoea, loss of power, dizzy head, loss of
memory and threatened impotence and imbe
cility, find a sovereign cure in Humphrey's
Homeopathic Specific No. twenty-eight. Com
posed of the most valuable, mild and potent
Curatives, they strike at once at the root of the
matter, tone up the system, arrest the dis
charges, and impart vigor and energy, life and
vitality to the entire man. They have cured
thousands of cases. Prion $5 per package of
five boxes and a large vial of powder, which is
very important in obstinate or old cases, or i
per single box. Sold by aU druggists, and sent
bv mail on receipt of price. Address Hum
phrey's Specific Homeopathic Medicine Co., 562
Broadway, New York. Wholesale Amtt
Burnhams A Van Schaack, Hurlbutt A Edeall,
Chicago, HL;' Jenka and Gordon, St Paul,
Minn.; Brown, Webber ft Graham, St. Louis,
Mo.; Fanrand Sbelev A Co.. Detroit Mich.
s?" As Established Remedy.
"Brown's Bronchial Troches'' are widely known
as an established remedy for Coughs, Colds,
Broneliitis, lloarsene'it, and other trouWos of
the Throat and Lungs. Their good reputa
tion and extensive use lias brought ont imita
tions, represented to lie the rame. Out aim
only " Brown's Bronchial Troches,.'
SS-Jaj.es II. Foster & Co., 151
Lake street, Chicago, importers of breech
loading phot-guns and Implements.
FARM, GARDEN, AND HOUSEHOLD.
Winter Diseases of Poultry.
CtosTXVXNEBS. "The existence of this
disease," says Dr. Bennet, "will be-
come apparent by observing the unsuc-
cessfnl attempts of the fowl to relieve
itself. It frequently proceeds from
continued feeding of dry diet, without
acoes to greeu vegetables, indeed,
without the use of these, or some such
substitute, as boiled potatoes, costive-
nesa is sure to ensue. The want of a ,
sufficient supply of good water will also :
produce the disease, on account of that
peculiar structure by which fowls are J
. - , it - A-
una Die to avoiu tneir urine ecxept m
connection with the faeces of solid food,
and through the same channel."
Remedy. Soaked bread, with warm
skimmed milk, is a mild remedial
agent, and will nana ly suffice. Boiled
carrots or cabbage is more efficient A
meal of earth-worms ia sometimes ad
visable, and hot potatoes, mixed with
lard, are said to be excellent.
Loss of Fbathes. This disease.
which is common to confined fowls, is
by no means to be confounded with the
natural process of moulting. In the
annual health) moult, the fall of the
feathers is occasioned by the protrusion
of new feathers from the skin. In the
diseased state whioh we now consider,
where the feathers .fall no new ones
come to replace them, but the fowl is
left bald and naked. A sort of rough
ness appears also on the skin.
The loss of feathers and the wants
of poultry in conflnrtient, are clearly
shown by a correspondent of the Bos-
x ar xi t i
ton rursiicai duurnat, in we ioiiowing
"A most pleasinc illustration." says
he, "was the want ol lime, and the ef
fect of its presence, which came under
my observation, on my voyage from
South America to France. We had
omitted to procure gravel for our poul
try, and in a few days after we were at
sea, the poultry began to droop, and in
a few days wound up their afflictions
with a pip, or, as the sailors termed it,
the scurvy. Their feathers fell from
their bodies, and it was perfectly ludi
crous to see the numerous nnfeathered
moe in tne most profound mis
ery, moping away their time in
a state of nudity. Amusing
mvseu one a ay Dy nsning up gmi-weed,
which floated in immense fields upon
the surface of the ocean, I took from it
numerous small crabs about the size of
a pea. The poultry, with one accord,
aroused themselves from their torpor.
and seemingly, aa if by instinct, aware
of the therapeutic qualities of these in
teresting animals, partook of them with
greater avidity than any invalid ever
swallowed 'the waters of the springs.
After a few short hours the excellence
of the remedy was apparent; the cocks
began to crow, the hens to stmt and
look saucy, and in a few days all ap
peared in quite a holiday suit of feath
ers, derived from the lime, the constit
uent part of the crab shells.
Symptoms. A falling off in appe
tite, moping and inactivity; the feathers
starting and falling off until the naked
Remedy. This affection is supposed
by some to be constitutional rather
than local External remedies, there
fore, may not always be efficient.
aumuiants, applied externally, may
serve to assist the operation of what
medicine may be given. Sulphur may
be thus applied, mixed with lard.
Cayenne and sulphur, in the propor-
a: - m , v , . i
uuii oi uutr-tiiiovricr eacn, mxxea witn
fresh butter, is good to be given intern-
nally, and will act as a powerful alter
ative. The diet should be chamred.
and cleanliness and fresh air are indisrJ
Eateo their Fbathebs. Eatine
each other s feathers is a habit which
fowls often contract when confined in
yards, but is not, perhaps, fully under
stood. "It is a morbid appetite," says
a writer in the Cultivator, "apparently
induced in the outset by the impatience
of the fowls under confinement." It is
well known that fowls are very fond of
blood, and when moulting, the new
feathers are generally called bloodshot :
that is, the ends of the quills, when
quite young, have a drop or so of
blood, which induces the fowl to pluck
for the blood contained in them ; and
we have known it to be kept up till
some individuals of the flock, who were
made special victims, were almost en
tirely denuded of their feathers, and
sometimes have even had their entrails
torn out. Cor. Am. Stock Journal.
Stock Need Best Cars Now.
From the Utica Herald.
We believe that, as a rule, stock re
ceive the shabbiest treatment of the
year during the late fall and early win
ter. And this is the very period when
they should have the best care. Every
farmer knows that it is "half the bat
tle" to bring his stock through to steady
foddering in good condition. If a flock
of aheep comes to the barn in Decem
ber, pinched and scrawny, it will leave
the Darn in the spring thinned in
numbers, with wool loose and ready to
be pulled off by the first bramble it
touches, and thus depreciated more
than the cost of its wintering. If the
cows come to the stable and foddering,
E inched and thin, by reason of frost
itten pastures and heavy milking, the
owners need not be surprised if half of
them lose their calves or -their lives
during the winter. In fact, may not
the treatment of the cows during the
late fall and early winter be one of the
chief causes of the growing frequency
of abortions in dairy districts I
The dairyman ia anxious to make his
cows pay him all they wilL He has
good excuse for being greedy, we ad
mit. Even the consumers of bntter
and cheese, who are accustomed to
complain so loudly of the high prices
of those articles, must acknowledge it,
too, after reading the exhibit of their
eost made at the last meeting of the
Central New York Farmer's Club. Yes,
the dairyman is no danger of getting
suddenly rich, even if successful in get
ting the largest possible yield from his
cows. - But many of the devices that
he resorts to, for compassing that end,
are crying examples of mistaken econo
my. They are suggested by his greed
rather than his good sense, and result
too frequently, as measures adopted
by greed generally do, in - kill
ing the hen that lays the golden egg.
He thinks there is no need in
foddering his cows until the pastures
are covered with snow, and the shiver
ing animals stand lowing about the
barn. As long as they will roam over
the pastures, picking at the frozen and
innutritions tufts of grass, he thinks
they are doing well enough. They
shrink in their mess badly, but he
f seda them apples, or pumpkins, or
leaves from his root crops, and they re
gain their usual flow of milk. Now
they are certainly well enough. Bnt
he forgets that he is burning the can
dle at both ends; that he ia trying to
"eat his eake and keep it, too,"
though he is temporarily succeeding.
When he comes to stable hisoows for
the winterthey are lean and weak. Pretty
soon, some of them begin to abort. He
thinks they need heartier food. He
gives them a little meal, in addition to
his best hay; for he has now fed out all
the "odds and ends" the poor com,
fodder and the worse straw. But this
sudden change in the diet only aggra
vates the difficulty. It makes his cows
feverish, but not healthy and strong.
Still more abort, or, if they escape this,
and drop their calves alive, they fall
victims to milk-fever, blaek-leg, pleuro
pneumonia, or Rt-iiio other of the many
ills thfit badly treated cows liecome heir
to. He is perplexed. He can see no
reason why his herd should lie so afflict
ed; and he very philosophically coulnd. S
it is his "luck,-'' when tuere is no "luck.'
about it; only carelessness and ''mis
taken economy." - - -
Of course, we do not mean to assert
that cows, with the best of care, will
escape all diseases and all mishaps ; nor
do we wish to put forth the theory that
'abortion is attributable only to improper
feeding in the fall, or at any other time,
But we believe and assert that a farmer
loses ten times as much as he gains by
scrimping his cows during the last of
the fall and the first of the winter, or
by leavintr them to shift for themselves.
As soon as the cold rains of November
come on, they should be stabled every
night and given a light foddering of
good hay or cornstalks every morning.
Never should they be allowed to" sleep
out after snow begins falling, or left to
the pickings of frozen pastures. Cab
bage leaves, leaves of root crops, ap
ples and pumpkins can be profitably
fed, if other food is also given to sus
tain and build up the muscular system.
But milk-secreting food, when given in
excess, weakens the animal and often
causes her serious injury.
In Coinc thrnncrh the nonntrv ve seA
much of the manure drawn ont lyinir in
heaps, and it is apt to lie there until
r . . . 1 . . ..I
spring, win people never learn the
great error oi treating manure in this
way i nereis tne principle: lake a
lump of manure, apply it to the soiL
What comes in contact with its outside
the only part that can come in con
tact will receive some benefit from the
manure ; but the rest, the greater part
by far, remains bound np in the lump.
If on the top of the ground, much of
the strength goes off; the atmosphere,
gets it; the rest goes into the soil im
mediately m contact with it, making
this part of the land too rich, the other
side not rich enough. If the lump is
buried, much the same is the result,
only the ground gets all the strength,
but only that part coming in contact
with it and immediately below it, thus
giving the subsoil part which should
nave gone into the soil above.
It will be clearly seen that this is an
eviL This same lump, scattered, pul
verized thoroughly, mixed intimately.
all its parts would act at once, and give
all the benefit to the soil, whether ap
plied at the top and left there, as in
the meadows, or harrowed in, as in the
popular and good way. It is the con
tact of all the manure at once that is
wanted. Then it is secured ; then it is
immediate in its effect.
Now, to draw manure out and let it
remain in heaps as is done, is to treat
it as the " lump " was treated, giving
part to the soil that is in immediate
contact with it, the rest all the while
going into the atmosphere, so that
these manure heaps are but bigger
"lumps," enriching too much what
they come in contact with, showing
lodged grain or lodged grass where
they were. The rest, faded and de
prived of its strength, goes to the rest
of the soil but to do it little good.
The way is, to spread as we draw,
and draw as it is made if possible.
This is the way to get the strength. If
the fluid parts in the stable have been
secured by absorbents, the full strength
will thus be obtained. Close to the
soil, in a fine (pulverized) condition,
the ground will hold what the atmae
phere otherwise (in lumps) might get.
The rains will ram it into the soil; and
in the spring there will be a fine condi
tion. With the heaps left till the
spring, the ground only in immediate
contact with the manure will be bene
fited, the rest of the land receiving
nothing during the winter. In the
spring the heaps will be frozen ; there
will be a difficulty of reducing them
finely, and it is a piece of work we
never like to do then. The other land
manure spread in the fall works up
mellow, and black and rich, all of it ;
here you get the benefit; in the other
case you certainly do not. Mural New
fSrCmu: Your Coughs and Colds.
Coe's Cough Balsam will be found a ready and
emaent remedy for hard Colds, Croup,
Coughs, and all lung difficulties. It is sold bv
all drug gists. The cheapest and beet medi
cine in the world.
tSP Gkkbratj Commission. H. Vine
yard, 191 Washington street, Chicago, solicits
consignments and corregpondenoe. Satisfac
tory references furnishod on application.
tSeS" Northwestern Horsk Nail Co.,
manufacturers of Patent Hammered Horse
Nails. Office 63 West Tan Buren street. Fae
tory M to 68 West Tan Buren street, earner
Clinton street, Chicago.
"PBTjssixa's White Wine Yinega
is a most superb article for table use Ask
lor It. Warranted pure.
A New Tokeeb has a dog which he
haa named Peanuts on account of the
thinness of his bark.
Or. J. Walker's California
ItS i HUNDREDS OF TnOUBAUDS
V 2 bear testimony to their Wonderful
2 X. O f .1 D . - j
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e m o ' 1 1 1 1 --i t -w
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They sre the CRBVT ULOOD PURIFIER and a
LIKE GIVING PkINIMI'I.E, a perfect Renovator
and Invifrorntor of the System. Ko oerson osn take
the bitters axxording to directions and remain long
For rXwr-AXfilATOnT CHTtONTt; RHEUMA
TISM and GOUT. DYSPKl'SIA. or I"-DIGEST10.V.
rtlUlUUIS, KK.ttl 11 Krii sua IS 1 Sits 111 r. t
FEVERS. DIS8ASKH of the IlLOOD. LIVKR, Kile
NYa snd BLADDER, these Bitters have been most
DYSPKPSH or INDIGESTION, Hssdarne. rain
in the Shoulders, Couslis, Tightness of the Chest,
Dixxiness. Sonr Krnctaiions of tlie BLotnsoh, llad Taste
m the Month, Bilious Attacks. Kelpitatton of ths
Heart. Inflammation, of the Lunes. Pain in the Regions
of the Kidneys, snd s hundred other painful symptoms,
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Carbuncles, Ring; Worms Scald Head. Bore Eves,
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Htimnra and Diseases of the Skin, of whatever name
or nature, sre bterslly dug up and carried out ot ths
System in s short time by the ue of tbess Bitters.
PIN, TAPK snd other WORM S. lurking in the systeal
SC so manv thonsands, sre destroyed andrenioved.
J. WALK'BR, Proprietor. R. H. McDONALD fc Co.
1ragvisxs snn uetl. Agents, nan rrancisco,
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cr otf. b RONrn rriti,
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of patlenu who h tried it, aad also the paonaco ot
the medical faculty in every aoctkxi of the country
where it baa been Introduced. Ko remoajr for the
lnnm and throat ever discovered ataaxie ao popnlar
after one vaed aa this preparation. It ia made nn4etr
the aoperriaion or Mr. T. fi. Barr, ewe of the beet prao
Ucai c hem lata in the State. The suceeee which haa
Mt-KWd the nae a4 tbia remedy for the part sUteen
Teara where known, has Induced as to make it more
widely known for t be bone fit of tho auff erine. Let the
afflicted give tt a fair trial, aa we are confident that
relief ana permanent care will be the reault. Sold by
all drivs-ata in tho aoction where this adrartiaeraent la
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One hnndred eopls-s, ooeyeer, to one address (and tha
swmily for ona year to the getter np af rab
Ona b nad red eopisa, ona year, eeparmtHy addressed
(and the Dally for one year to the getrr np of dab),
... ... eSixly Dollatxa
THE SEMI-WEEKLY SUW.
Fire oopiea, oaa yoar separately addressed. .
Kijcar. Don arm
Tan eopiea. ona year, eeparately addxsased (and an
axtra oopy to th getter np c
or np o ciUD),
SE.1D YOtTRMOXKY ? '
in Post Office orders, check)!, or drafts oa If ew York,
whwerer conronlent. If not, then rogtater tha letters
oontaininjr money. Addrsea
L W. KltGLAX D, Pnbliaher, Ban Oflea, Kew York.
Buy UTe and I'll Uo Yra Good
ROOT & PLANT
By eleanainc the Blood and aroaiTa: th
Liver and secretive organs to a healthy ao
tion. these Pills care maay complainta which
it woald not he supposed they oonld reach,
aneh ae Hkadachx. Pd nr jnn Sidk,
Nrmijf Ras or ths H atvds akd Fett, Dcix
raaa, CHixxjwRaa, RHXUM ATOTf . IF.rAL
(iia. Loss or ApnrrTL Biliocr Dtsrx-
ttjit, Kidwxt ArrECTiowt, OowrrrraTioit,
Debitjtt, Frvr.RB or AiXKraTM, Dtspi.p
sia. J autiick, and other kindred complainta
artef na from a low state of the body or ob
structions of ita roDCtionR. Beina free from
merenry ore her poisons, they eaa be taken
ax an nine ana anaer aii circnma-ancfa,wiin-Mkt
retfmrd to diet, or bumem.
Price V Cents a Box. Prepared by tha
Grafton Medicine Co.. St. Louie, Ma I
Bold by dracita and dealers in medicine .
- ' S4V. r. usst
r, .li i.ni.riT..
Address W. E. Lt lffi. PuMiahor. ToJwl"
for s suoerlor article. - f e JO nor " '"' e risk
li you want s sit jnlloti .is alcmnn at at nesr ho,.,.-,
to Introduceenr new 3-"tr;ut "site " f t-i.'fpm
.;.. f.iV . Ui furrcrr le t nil th.i f.'t-nrr
Kaetplc free. Alt-ires .wtfem JUr H I' to , , i.
liem M N. Y., or 16 D-'irborn .V., Cjl ; wv, 111.
,. n-avTPi. Tn eell mmsIs ae'sam.
- .LoiAaie . WCdl p a Car, of 'SV lo
SlOOiXlp-'r miiotb snd extnsea. itslerenco rcjiurea
A. Bt.N.NKi 1' A CO UU ilsiisoo lit,, Uuicago, 111,
2 '4- tmmZiU
S 2 C3 L5
41 Park Sow,
.full IV V0T IE
Kverv Article red on1 In a Priming OtScw,
Kverv Article l as a tarts rest ler a
Painter's l ee, at .llanniae
We have arranged to obtain onr geods to the bast
advantage. Kvervthtng will rjepriesd upon toe lew.
eat eaah basis AND WARRANT Kl. Ourecssae
tloos srs such that we are enabled te otter ail ta.
discount snd accommodation, which eaa be ob
tained, while our dealings wit a large sdvertis.
era. and ths smosmt ef paxrouae wbich sur
nositlon ss Ad'srtisiug Agents enables as
to control, will frequently enable us as -favor
rsspoaelble pubiiahars to s grsst
sr extent than any othsr dealers eaa
aSord. We shall aU orders of the
smallest smouota, not consider
ing them m any respect annas
thy of oar careful attention,
but sre suwalty prepared ss
furnish sntirs onttits,
sraooating to A THOU.
- UASO DOLLAaa.
Estimes Fnrnislied Tfheii Desired.
ALL, ORDERS AB.K
Cash in New York Before Shipment,
- D R . W H I T Tl Tlf
f OltOER locatko fa St. Lonla than any Chroo.
JJ le Physiciaa, so ooossafnlly treats Simple and
Complicated Venereal Diseases aa to bring patients
from every State. HUhoopitaiopportitvaiUtiaLfa
time exteOrtence with pareet dregs prepared la tha
atabHaainoct, cwxee cases glvea np by othera. no
aaatter who failad : tel 1 yoor prtvate tionble. Coe
saltatloafrwa. Bend two stamps for mod leal eeaaya
MwHCKrtWoaA,wooD, aont by mail. 16 oents
each, bmhfor i eta. 100 pacea. All that the caiiona,
donhtfnl or Inoalfdtire wish to know abont them-
selvea, nmrriage, Aa. Kvary yoang man and woman I
ought to road it aa a warnlna Tha naawoaa, debtlt-1
tatsad or partially impotasat are aiMttDssailjr adrlaed I
A Book for tho Million.
SOX. SB" aa aesa am m gm mmmm SHtrViTT CotrsT.
ll r a i wir. ,los to the Man.
to marry, oa tha
tertes and iwrelaUoos of the eamal system with the
latest discoveries 1 pitKlnctng aad preveaUag off
aciina. otweervina the eomDlexlon. etc
ty-foor pages, with nnmerrma engravings, and oontaina
valnable ialonnatien for those who are inarried or eoa
template marriage; still tt is a book that ona hi to aa
ander lock aad key. and not lalu csralesaiy abont tha
Thia ia aa iwieiMina work ml two handred aad twsa
Seat to any one rfree of postage) for Fifty Cents.
Address Dr. Bctta' Dispeaeary, ho. IS it. Eighth St.
St Louis, Mo.
I a7!Soff ! to the AlTTIrf ed an4 rnfortnantf.
Before applying to the nvtawiooa OraCKS who advrv
ties tn pab.io papsyra, or naing any Quack RfrwaDixa,
perase Dr. Batta' work, no mattor what joox dieosaa ia
or how deplorable yoor condition.
Dr. Bane can bo oonsalted, penonalTy or by mail, on
ne aiaaaaea mentronea ia nm woraa. eirioo, racv 12 i
Eighth St. bet. Market and Chestaat. Rt. Looia Mo.
Aarhnasu Kare Throar. fasrroialn. Coaatia ana
A recipe for
Vethma Kore Throar. Kt-rofula, Co1
roliioa a" Fr. This reel pa I iisoovere-
Colilra. Vs, This rooipa I tiiaoovered while re
st dinar in BrasU as a missionary. It cared mo of Coa
sumption when all other means hd failed, therefore 1
fool it my daty to send it, free of charge, ta all who aa
offering from Throat aad Lang disorder.
Aildraes REV. WILLIAM H. IVORTOlf, .
SS Bltocker Hew York City.
err town and
errantr. a re 11a-
Dl-j Mas or v oman to act as ixtcai Agf nv for urnil
Ward BErrH?:a's Gnmt Rlurtoas Weekly. Kixht
anmbera. with HAaaixr Bcxcsu. Stowx's new Btory,
aad aSoperb 9i Steel Engraving Gmj AwaT. Many
id aSopryTb fie
w Htbtvldng 10
to mm nor day t"V. aSsaAps mom
r kl uu,
m Park Row. If. Y.
"Knowledge is Power."
IES WORTH alias
to sny man or wom
aa. may be obtained
by encioeing stamp
to M. A 6. Isst,
We8d Family Favorite
Msnufsctared by the Weed S. M. CO.. Hartford Or., as
aon psrfsctsd.sis ths BEbT sad MOST RSUABLK
FAMILY SEWING E1ACHII.E,
Far all kindaof far Uy work now Im aae. JtwiHdaa
larger range af work, sewiag from the lightest goods
to the boavteetbaavor, rloth orloatber, wliaout change
of Need lea. Thread or Tension. It le aim pi and aot
liable to got oat of ardor. It has a straight needle, and
makes the Lock Stitch. Reapooaibl Agent wanted la
every ooanty. A liberal discount to the trade. Sod
for price list and terma to OEO. C. THOM AS, 191 Lake
street, Chicago, Agent for tha KorthwaaC Hay where
yoa saw this adrertieeaent
MethoilAt or Baptist, old or ynoig; rich or poer
-tabeeribe for the MHTAR SPAX-LEIp BAN.
NKK-." It - wava for aU." Doee ac meddle with
yoor poliUca. reilgloa or preferences. It it a wtdo-
n tlVT AR BINSKR RwWmhHcaa orDeaaoerst.
awake, Uvely papor for HVKRl BOUT. It eare
aatiaiaarlisrjo to gaiHue anbacntMnlataat ar. Wa will re
fund yoor -aoaoy U it laila to plaao YOlT. Only IS
Maw a year. Aooreaa
STAR SFAvOLFDBA?f XFR,
. Hinadala, M. HL
KOW TO GET PATENTS
18 FDTXY V.XPLAT-JKD las PsmnMot of 1! pages
just issued 9T MUNN 4 CO.. V Para Bow. Ksw Xsrk.
Ml' If N A CO, sMltors .-ir.'V Ammwri
, cm, the boat Mechanical Paper in Ws
" world, i SS Yr.xas Ktrgnrrjscg,) bars
PAlaTTMTS-tsken Jlorw Patents, snd siimisso
.tiere invrnttonn, toan sny
Ageney. band asetensad dese
" for optnioTi.
I Patent foliar Mind and Tl. Ilildrr
Ths loops of "ssxp" ties lock f est in ta. slewed
bolb. Well gold-plated. Mailed for M ote
Agents wanted a. a. w I l.l.l A ns. ttarsrero.ton
. GETT1PJQ UP CLUBS.
GREAT SAVING to CONSUMERS
Fartiee enqntre how to g-t ap clnha. Onr ansrrer la
send for Pnoe Liat,and a Clab form will accompany I
with fnU dk-ections, making a larsre saving to consaa
rtmasraTm to twion
THE GREAT AMERICAN TEA CO
'31 snd 33 Vesey Street,
P O. Box Wta. NEW YORK
TOR THE 1!!STC"Y CF JUU O
From Adam tothe prg-ent day. Urht bti-dn9a. Tm
Wnere uooo pay. r--na ioi
ZIKOT F.R A MoCL'RDY.
ffl Monroe StU Chicago, HL
vAMTKD AGRJfTS (Wjer dnvl lo eell the
cel.hrsted IIOMK bHUTlLB ShSlSU
' CHIXri. Has theeaWr r'ewl, makes the "iocs
sruea " (allks en both sides,) sad Is rmll, nersawf.
The best and eneapest lamuy aenins xsscaine in
ccw rrr .xo- too
St. Iuix. Xau
Pittsburgh, Pa, Chisago, HL, or
rhaptrcd Hands and Facf, Sore Lips
etc. Ccrtnrn flore, HrgrassH f'nmpbor lew
with t-lycs-rinr. Sold br Drogglsta. .)e. Sent by
axail on receipt nf gOe. Ilcsreaaaui &. t. N.Y. .
rOSr?IPTI05, SCROFULA, e.
nWitMAW tiennlne OT LIVKR OIL.
Warranted fUKfiaM tne near Jtr-xxcui la ass.
THE BEST lltoy TOXIC HEGE-
.IA?. FERRATEfl. ELTOK OF-BARK.
Rocommeoded bv tho itvoet em -tent r
TFHAM? l F PI I j A TO ft Y POWDER.-Be-)
moves snnecflaooa hair in ftva tttntuee,' vrithoot
fnjary to tnessnn. cent oy vau ror gi.k
UPHAM'3 ASTHMA CURE
Rellwyvea moot vWent mroxywrna ta frra mhrates and
ettecta a apeony enro. Price w by mail.
. THE JAPANESE HAIR STAIN
Oelora the whiaknra aad hair n haaatirnl auarnc rv
aoTf. It cooaiao tif only one pn-naratloiiw if-n'
by mail. Addroaa id PH AM, Ho. 711 Jo-ret
ILadillua, l a. CirctAiaxs acot fVee. Soli by ail
Mwagjciaie. - .
A GREAT OFFER.
Honci- Waters. l Broa-iw!ir. ! V.. 1 diapoe. of
fwVK llfisfHSI-'D PIA.MIS. MKI ODRONS, and OR
IIANSol sit lirst-clnas mt kem. iwiuitlog llhu-kering A
Son., st -Ttrcrecty Uw pricer. for caiii, dnri-ig this
tKoS. or lilUa iron, r5U.inon,hiy, until paid.
War A-tTKD ReltaMi seen to make money In the
, V qnict. For patue srs snd price 1 address t.
O, Bex u1 niieare. -
New Tobk, Attgust 15th, 1868. -
Allow me to en 11 your attention to mj
rRE P ARATION OF(X)MTOVND EX
TRACT BUCHU. The component parte
are, BUCHU Lono IxEa, CUBEBS
Hods of Pbbpabatioii: Buchu, in"
vacuo. Juniper berriea, by diatillation,
to form a fine gin. Cubebs estracted by
lisplacement with spirits obtained from
Juniper Berriea; very little sugar is used,
and a small proportion of spirit. It is
n. vu.laia4.lA Shan snv view in VISA.
uivig veunewiv mJ -
Buchu, as prepared by Drnggista, ia
of a dirk color. It is a plant that emits
its firrance; the action of a flame de
stroys this (its active principle,) leaving
a rlnrV anil crlntirwYna d florae. ti on. Mine
ir the color of ingredients. The Buchu
in my preparauon preoominaien. ms
smaUeet quantity of the other ingredi
ents are added to prevent fermentation;
upon inspection it will be found not to
De a Alncture, as maa e in t narmacopoia,
nor ia it a Syrup and therefore ean be
nasarl in rxuumm wkora fAwnr nrul in flam ma
tion exist. In this, you have the knowl-
... . a,' . sal 1 I
eage oi tus irigxcuenbs anav uu xutrurj ui
TJ ." 111 f. it writk .
XXtXXXIK SXtS JtFta WU. ' - n.vu
trial, and that npon inspection it will
xnesrs wiuix yvux siuiuuuii,
Witn a leeung oi profound con aence,
I am very reectfullv,
TT T TT Fa AT RO T .Tl
Chemist and Druggist of 19 Years' Ex
(From the largest Manuf acturing Chem
ists in the World.)
November 4, 1854
"I am acquainted with Mr. H. T.
Helmbold; he ccupied the Drug Store
opposite my residence, and was raccesa
fill in conducting the business where
others had sot been equally so befort
him. I have been favorably impressed
with hia character and enterprise. "
Firm of Powers & Weightman, Manu
facturing Chemists, Ninth and Brown
Sta., Philapelphia. -
For weakness arising from indiscretion.
The exhausted powers of Nature which
are acoompaniea by so many alarming
symptoms, among which will be found,
lndirrposition to Exertion, Loss of Mem
ory, Wakefulness, Horror of Disease,or
Forebodings of evil; in fact. Universal
Laaaitude, Prostration, and inftbilily to
enter into the enjoyments of sot iety.
once affected with Organic 'Weaknefss,
requires the aid of Medicine to strength
em and invigorate- the avetem, which
HELMBOLDTS EXTRACT BUCHU in
variably does. If no treatment is sub
mitted to, Consumption or Insanity en
Fluid Extract of Bucliu
in affections peculiar to Females, is un
equalled by anv other preparation, as in
CLlorosia, or lctention, Painfulneaa, or
Srppreesion of Customary Evacnationa,
Ulcerated or Schirrns State of tho Ute
rus, and all fxtrnplaints ineidontal to the
sex, or the decline or change of life. ,
Fluid Extract Buchu
IMPROVED ' ROSE WASH
will radically exterminate from the sys
Lcm rliuAajxo. arininir from habits of dis
sipation, at little expense, little or no
change in diet, no innvenipnc3 vr ta
n.,,.. evimnlotr-lv sttuprtvyliniy those
1' -, , "
unpleasant and dangerons rnmrniwi,
fjopaiva ana jwereury, in au uica uio-
easea. , . .
USE HELMSOLD'S; :
Hnid Extract Buclm.
All dioeasee of these organ, whrthe
existing in male or female, from what
ever cause originating, and no matter of
how long standing. It is pleasant in taste
and odor, 'Smmediate" in action, and
more strengthening than any of the
preparations of Bark or Iron.
Those suffering from broken down or
delicate constitutions, procure the rem
edy ift once, . r
The reader must be aware that, how
ever slight may be the attack of the
above diseases, it is certain to affect .the
bodily health and mentid powers.
All the above diseases reqnire the aid
of a aiuretic HELMBOUTS EX
TRACT BUCHU is the Great Diuretic,
Sold hy Drngrlsts everywhere.
Price fcl.z5 per Bottle, cr o Bottles
for $6.69. Eeiirered to any address
Describe Symptoms In all coiiimuiil
cations . 7 , - ;
H t! HELMBOLD
Brny k Chemioal Wpjeb-crp,
591 Broadway, New York;
I e ,
ARE GEIsTJITC: unless doc e
ap la steel engraved Trsrapper.wltli
foe-simile of my Chemical Ware
house, and sinjnoa
nJsta. ;i, mi