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FARM AND GARDEN.
THIC IIAanow.-We are inclined to
attach far greater amportance to tihe I
harrow and its particular office In farm1
practico, than is usually given it. No
rarmer should regard his set of imple- I
ients as at all approaching complete- a
nouss unless he has at least three, tout t
would be bettor, harrows, cultivators, I
horso hoes, or similar impleinwats of<
securlig line tillage; and no farmer I
should be content with a single or oven I
with twho irrowings previous to put
ting seed of any kind Into thle ground. 1
1'Iaso spent In harrowing li well em- C
ployed, as it Is inmpossible that soil can t
be too finely or well prepared as a seed
bed. As to the inpleuents themselves
It Is curious to observe time Improve
wonts, modifications amid adaptations to a
uses which the harrow has undergone j
from time days of tihe old A sluped and t
square harrow of twenty years ago, to j
the pulverizing coulter and smoothilg L
harrows of tile present. The only ob- I
jection we have to thein is that whloh c
obtains in reloronce to many classes of t
our farn implemeits ; that InI milany in- t
staimoen they have been umultiplied be- 1,
yonld the actual necessitles of time cano, t
eo that frequently farmiers have really
more himplouieits or one kind than they
actually niced, or are unniecessarzty
bmwitlEred In theIr choice whent mak
lIg purchases. tilt it Is as true now
a it, wan InI time lime of Lord Karnbe4,
tait no one hairrow, whatever its con
structhon ilmay be, can be muitable for
every sort of so1l, or adapted for lItIt Ing
tihe land for, or leaving it after every
kind of' crop. Thoro inut be difierent,
iample:amen tn of after cult-ure, (we W Iilma
those which lfollow time plouich,) for tbo
vailous croin and us4em, and aor this
reaon a nminber of liarrows are ieeded 0
on eveiry farm 01 conimldorable alze. 11
The e emmt be lmeaivy barrows for
breakIng aid pulvorizhag; mmediuim
oneiS for preparatlon of the soil, for
coe)ring manntro and grsm sced, andl i
iigiter barrows for flmlmaling of. time
minl4e4, or is lin case of* mom, lorm aic
tutally weeding th crop. iIs last
oport-lon wasa forimerly performed with y
tile priilvye,"bu hsm harrow, mam1mI m In
hmamlf an1 hourm1 f'rorn a head10 pldOCO aidI a1
hlif dozen small whift birch brushes- o
mt very coitminun klahi or smootinig hair- I
row yona' ago, bul. miow aLnIost, e1:l ey d
su1p4i4ritedec by some forum of' levellhig,
Hmiool,1hInmmg or weedling harrow. ''his
it, immpienateot neomis to bae 0110 o1'
fur great-lmr unsir'ualnmess 1,hnmn4 wold IL
istt appemr. For woeoiing growing
corn, or l ress ing m fallow, in.here Is 1in
iamiluint so well filled for the work
Im ti; alnd lo) fir a1s wo ettnn learn1 fromm
MIh< I VVI who L% ha I l sdit, tvery .,(lnr !0II-I
lirms the glowl 4i)ninxpres411 it11n its
1)ni11f0 wh firt intra'aiod.
)VIICA' ANt ,01 I MatamY.--ThbiEr4 Is
lnore solid nu1m,rhne4mmm1. i) wiole vIent.,
its at feul of poultrym' , 0minimnai m ay ot.iadr
vereal, weigit. for w olght., It. Is mlm
4exvelleit. kinld of* gr'inh for tills 1se,
t bough somewll' hit. inoo ex pltv4'e ilium ma
other Mol.s; hut, too i1mch of his lamrty I
fVa'ml Is lriameam , p11rtleularly whenl I
fld to 'i hius, lirni ii hum, e. Fowis I
naro very part I l tohent.. It. 11ol1lo t 4h
layhig enm1amell.y of' i's, buI. It, sMholi I
not. he ut-E'i excepI. wih serotilon Is <
to th (hmntitty allowed t.h4m11 411111Y.
AI E4xvess of this I'w gmrmam iml intllee I
a losmlsms Ill til) howel very fro
(iti'eIt ly It, is 4411H' EIf' milgestoa m, 11und a
10h0u114 hiI 1u nia s1 ahtI lin m1011raio1n, Is
mm nletu 1 ni ml most lostir.nbleI vmrioty, I
Iln conamjuetIhonl wI'lh other t 'liy grailIs,
si'h In in'leke i 4ornmm, oni1, barley,
Iallckwheafele. If 11at, mI'oro 1.hnnm oa.n
third orono-folith1. of whoEmal. Is ilowotu -
with tho cr41edails meti lonl, for orill I
IIairy purposo0m (3In Lila) lainmg HEn1nott,4 h144ux
wi'll ElI) <llle t s weoll, anaIt lhy canm t~mmis
h44 kep hit n lam ilt.(r nyVe.rngo con1411 ieulo
ihan lay nm gra'4t E~r ii %aanonE. Woa hamyo
prlovml l.bIs by' fraequen11t, jlnioni ex-1 (I
jiralri~ll , iN.- ho8h.cr
grais are 11 gi zaedI, Iiho (4rop inly be0 (ut.
I )elny aftterm'li i.t, nly harmcm'isn 11h Em Io
iElr nuhlhdetErior'lat ii.. Topljpinag thae
icornli, thni, as, cia 1.1. ig ol' tilE sl.iks
above~ the441 mars nmmiu(aal aing ilihs.e, whIichl
amria11 lahe heal part, f1 Iaho f'oila asI
E)1l'Is l. t, n(oEns4sary . Seamaiames laihor
44o15 a lanorn tma 1.ban 4 imhmmp roc 4u1t of' 1.bn4 lam
haor'; I h n1 it, Is be4Sf. In4 144t. I.hio work4'h go
tInI aonmE. Yet.. 10 am a'aule, (onmav 1mn
flt~h t manilest~i tinmgma on a fCm m la pr'o111
Il'r4n 4 houb141 lioin mlulg si) soonm ms
rljip, wvImch is katowna by3 l.ihn 4ling
11'iit of' lime v' ines. (Cleana the( grounamm am
)ale o1' lime minsi, tialerestinag f'ent am'm's
441 miino EI4eelopmenmt. lii 11h( Sneinnioata 1.
ml 1st r'iel. of1 whi ((Il we' havin' hadmm btm. 1.. (ti
to) smmy in (lie 141Sf. 114 1he smeries of enives
thamt. hmave' he(4(1 openedt~m at. two'( ori thri m44
pintsm41, and( I whle1 hamvie, It. Is thought, '
mm miil deposit 1of ( he d14 im st r'I(t, d1(1st. a
w hatl. thIa cos.nntectlin113 m ay b s mi n u('e4
14.ndy1 to follow upi. Ini the ,1 uno4 1ode'
14ne' of the SacraI4mento Company1113's
meialma, thle tlnv(4s wereo strucik all. an dept hi a
44o egh ty foot, wvher'e time shiaftt whIlem'm
into4 a1 rootn4) of miany (4ub414 yard'os in
4'x t.41t.. 'i'ho0511m shapo 5 wa irrcgmulari ammdm
passagea ledi 4411 hmoro mindm there4', time
mdmvlomms anmd hamhyraintinnm windminlmgs of
whIleh n4o one44 hams 'udomtaikena lo
hloor' 441 the envo'4 are'4 formed(4 (4' grat.
siningmlites fthat haive In mages pasit. beena
built11 upj by3 1.1he liame-m4''pregamted1 wamter
mlripp)1lumg down4 m, wh' il 1he roofm'x1 is hunm mg
wtithm purte4 white(4 sftaine~.1tes thaumt. glisen m
hmonumt.lfmulIly when.im thtm'ndle la hoI 1414 ld
to4 exant'in 14 -hetn'44. At. anoth~lea poinmmt.
haghmer ump On thi ame4( hIll, tipon~l the4
E'lmimi (o1 lIttght I. lihleo, ll aI xt N.141
5Vst m'or'o (44 eny1'o4 exIst.. Thei4 1108 asex
t h ei~ i r t e t , a s 0 l 4 4 m a del' b y t i r I4 c o't .tt tl 1 (
ai polt where(4' the44 enIveS opeemd41i lat
1ha4'n of tl h lli's, 13' gr'adulIy r'emoy'a.
lug 1.h4( debr1iam tai forme44d th lmoor0,
which wvas f'ommiud tohom 1'imrgnamied w'It~h a
silver' 14 11h4 amoun0t14. of 1111 (44en 444 t.w1ety
nag a1 sublteraeanaal paissaige for~ 81x13' 4or
uaevemnt.y feel, Jt4OI'cont' his attenition
was callo'l 1to s4om44 wo)dehucimks 'ernwl..
lug Iito a atmnil I left 1n time roc4(k$ narl
hy3,andm 14 he14 c Iomncd~m e4xonait lng therome.
1141 has thna 0iponed4 44ther1 ('nvos lower,
410ownm. Thea uautltE. wV4hl as takonm 1
onL of' thme 441p4er caivs for'med~ ani i-.
orumstationl (41 tlho roof. It Is ai com
hIiation of lImo amin nranmium.n At
seiveral (oth1er 14o11t1 on thme hill snmalr
caves hmave booni op'ened, antd whihle
1101n4 of thmem hamve yemt 1beenm foundi~ to be
iln diroot onmjnnmotioni with bodios ofpay3
minrail, yet lthe expiiorece of other'
dihstriceta wheir sii~l phonomn4a have
boonm observeod, as wvell as thme inic1a..
114on4 h~ere3 point,1 to thme pr1obabilIty of
Snehi a reault
Ros SAUcY..-This an excellent sauce
'r puddings and'one that looks very
>retty. Peel and slice a fine large
Ieet; boil It gently for twenty mhinutets
n apintend'a half of water. Then
dd two pounds and a half loaf sugar,
he thin rind and strained juice of a
emon and a half stick of vanilla. Boll
tulikly and skim constantly until the
iquid becomes a rich thick syrup, of
detp red color; then strain. When
,early cold stir in a gill of brandy, and
Owhn quite cold bottle and cork It
losely. It will keep any length of
ime If properly made.
To 1101, Swav.T Con(N.-COosIO full
Irown corn, and lot the rows te even
Lnd juedium sIze. Plorce the grain
vith your nail, and if the corn Is fresh
nd tender the milk will escape in a
et and not be thick. Corn, like pota
Des, is the best steamed. If no steamer
% at hand, place the eorn in just
nough water to cover It, and boll tif
Ben or twenty minutes, according to
lie size of the kernel. If boiled too
Lng it becomes hard. Send it to the
lible wrapped in a napkin or towel
flaced oi a mieat dish. Serve hot.
Tui .Governmerit propose putting a
low post ollico in Pittsburgli, and pur.
hasegod tihe property botwcon 'hlrd and
'ourth stroots, fronting on Smnithifleld
,nd running back to Cherry avenue.
'lie (Jovoerummneit sold the buildings on
lie ground to Mr. Keniedy of Carbo.
Ino faiimi; lie to remove thien Insido
f thirty Ilays. Mr. Cornnedy fi now
ol'ig tliat, anid erecting twenty-lIvo
ouson-s iII a sihuburiban townl called
Ifoimeno.teaii,' of which Ie (Mr. K.)
wii tbout ii nei-tontia. Mr. l(onnuedy
i it, )resenit, emp)loying twonity girls
lid ileveon men, besides bookkoopor and
rint~or. lie has lila own printing
ressom, tire ii numbor, paper cutter,
nd all the stulf belonging to a first
lass j)b prinnting oflieo, including
111l liox and ivil .'' Keeps one
apor box factory constantly employed
) imiako ipoxos; buys iapor by tihe ton;
als by tibe hundret kogs, having as
Igh as flie idreld kogs on hand at
lio tire. ig 8oldI as high as two
hlousaicl Iottles of (nirbolitio in one
ay last, wek.
Mor-lIori~ 1.41 nsl3.- 1. l'amoe the
ggs ii a warim Rau'eopan, an1(d cover
vith boiling wator; lot tiet stand
vhorc tlhy will kee p hot, hut not boll,
or teni mintos. This Imethod will cook
ioh wittes ani yolks. 2. Place the
1ggs iII hoillting WaIter 11111 boil timhree
iulnlos4 awqiicl ia half. liy 1.his iotiod
litilii. of lie egg it hardoned so
ulckly ihat, the hea, (11o0 not p11e1
.rito to tiw yol k itnt i Il the last minute,
Lld colieluomily 1ime white is liard
md lh yolk hardly cooked enoiighi.
l'h4. first'etod 1H tiborofore the mloAt
Scor.1.oram '1'1)roxAT .-l'0t0 thl to
III.0es Iild 01u1, 0 on-fon rt h of- a i
neih tiik; Iak iII a)udd11In g 0181 1in
Li1cr111.11 laIylrs wiLhi fIrtcomllOalt d1111110
it' breadt crumbs, btitter, salt., ppe
mld Ia It irlle wito Htigar spreamd thickly
mII m'i layer of tolilitous, ani1d wiln
n (111h411 Is lInearly ull put tomiltoesi i)
mrmkost., at good bit of' h)IItr oil onehl
ll. Iinst, witih peppm and a I ittlo
igar. trow With broad ilmis IId
mkti coved an hour. Ituimovo l.be 1ld
lin1n an11d bako brown.
To take oil stains oul. of' while cloth,
nako a stirong moluitlon of borax water
-omo tables ponful powdered borix to
1 a 11n111 Orld'l or talo, an 11111ubl th lie
311 stamus well, uasinmg a1 cleast bm'msh
lIpped in thme holumtionm ; if' thbe spots arme
if long 3stand1 ig a very li1.1 Ic 51oap1 nmay
30 used w~ith lime biornmx w-tor, usIng
lie brmmsh f'or that pu~1rposo ; imhmn rumb
Irmy with a cloth, soft e.lotlb.
A worit of Ii4)13d.
One 01' time iost p1Opular' uediennes
nowY beiforlI time A Imieriean publ)1Ic, Is hlot
Biitters. Yout 501 it, every whore. Poeo.
plo take it with good effooct. It bildli
the1133 ump. It is not as5 pleasanmt to the~
ta~Hi.0 as8 H11111 olther liitt(era as3 it is not it
whiskey dinhk. It is moro like the old
fasio~ ned blone 80. ten t(liat has don)1 a1
wor~ild of ghood. If' you1 don1't fooel just
righmt, try hlop it ors.--Nunda 'ews'.
TIil a hom.itmow INhi 1i A I114e11'1 1FOR
"n mcK :.xs .-Ta31keone)1( 1)11en o' f leil) n
11d hlif drachllitii smugar. AllI x, anid let.
hem11 stamtii in 31 glass hat11..10 1111 a1 fewi~
iays, ithen i'mmh it (on thitifate and11 hands11
mliht. and miior'ning. Two tablecspoom
'mmls of' lemon)1 .ito will 01qual1 an oilue.
l'xs's.-lRed atts nro Ot of' the worst
rappeItl'l by plac(1 ing a greasedi plalto
v'here the an1ts cen guef, to it., when in~
siioi't tiime it. wvill '10 coveredIi withi the
,nts atlihertu mg 1.o time sticky surfialco.
Pho1. ants( may be wiped oY' anid killed,
v henmever' thle late beccomies eOvoretd,
tid thme tr'ap set 11or aniother'i "camtch."'
('n 0exxxN, 31iA htIAS ~v' ry.1.:.--Cmt all1
leit e I ment41iil'1. Iro a1 31coldi hol, either
oast 0or boiled ; chiop h, a~s iine 31s pos
1'ason1 It with pepper' anld salt, mix
rimih about, halt a1 pint of1 n lte sauce.,
in 8mutlleiint to make it inito r'ather' a
hicbk puro ; stIr ov'er the tire ;I11 very~
it1. pumt.I int. io 31 ste'wpanm and1 5ers e' ump
r'iti h poachedll eggs unimd it, or' wvith
'ggs grilled anid lput 01n the pur'eo.
I'xcxt.I.x4NT (CoFrxn (AK i.--Thuis Is
mil of the hest of' plain cakes, and1( ia
'ery easily' made(1. Trake one ettp) of'
trong cotfenl infhusion, one cump of mo1
asse34s, e' cutp stigar, oii"-half eup butt
cir. cmne egg and11 otte toaspoonfuli sal
i'amus. Adld 51p111 and1( raisins to sut
lie tamste, and enough 110our to maske
reausonalhy thm 1ck bat ter. iBake rathier
lowly3 ini tin panls lined with buttered
Tio W AIsu lit.Ux o O 1il(xx 1'nlIZ41'.
Vaish the 111In lumkewamrm walter', with a1
title co110111 in it, 11so a1 goodl 1athier of
urdt 80oa1, wash theum qu Ickly ;i do not
et them reiimaini long iln the water'
luss well in cold walteri, wlit~h 31 hlttle
alt1 ini it dry'3 quic1kly in time shiado,
ndt ironi beolre they are <lI~idry3.
V itimrs .-- T'hiegreait success of the
V'eorino' as1 a1 cleanmser 3and1 purifler 01
tihe bloodl is shownm beyonmd a doubt by
the great mnumubers who have taken it
andit reced elimmnediat,e relIef, with
such remar kable eu ros
l'uov'IKoxxo lInIOWN l1i"r'34v loln
IIinAKVAsT.--Oneo cupfu1l Indiani meal,
mie teaspo~onf'ul crealm tartat', hllf a1
03aspoonifuil 501da, one0 large tab1loSpoon-)
ul molasses1' ; miil with cold miilk ab1out1
S thiek as poundil cake; try imn hot
alrdl; If your11 miulk Is sour omuit thue
A "artiul, r'attiugo' voice id a
Onsetant ilsposItion tb expedtoVkto,
ndieate inipien~Olt thrioat trouble of
langerous teone~o y. Use lDr. Bull1's
JonighI 13y rup in good tlimo, and be saved
nu110h tromuble anid annoyanice. For
tan by ali daruggists
11i EREz War a ward meeting at Galves
ton a few nights ago and the coming
manmade a little speech to the boys,
Argortg those present Was Gi'01
who was supposed to be a friend
coinig man. Much to the sur rlso of
the speaker as soon as hI'Ot uhdfd&
way Gilhooly ebegan to bo l4Iaaee
able. Wheni the coming Ian i07 on
to sOWow much he loved to sove the
people, Gh'ooly said, in a loud eioes:
"T 4iH, and you know it;" -The
com ' " .didICAN01 01b ""I'rOw
an ored to eed qdI
il opt on g such
as: 11.hat was ylidtbame re u
came to Texas?" "Youain't t to be
elected dog pelter, and you know it."
Finally patieAce ceased to be a virtue,
and Gilhooly was ejected. Next day
the comlag man met Gilhooly,who told
film he was sorry that lie interrupted
the meeting and abused him so but It
was a sacred duty he owed himself.
"What do yopt meau by abuslg me that
way?" said the coining mAn. "Well,
you see, the other follow that Is run
ning against you has promised me a
deputyship If I place him under obliga
tions, so I hope you won'tobject to my
taking little li berties withan old friend
like you by calling you a thief and a
rascal' OcAlsthally." "You needn't
abuse me to help him. You can go
about praissig him, If you want to."
"I cani t cofisclentionAly do so. I can't
pralso him,beoauso I have no respect for
himn; no, you see, I have to abuse you
because you are a gentleman. It would
hurt my foOlings to have you. think [
would praise a man who did not .de
I saw so much said about the merits
of hlop Bitters, and my wife who was
always doctoring, and never well, teased
me so urgently to get her some, I con
cluded to be humbugged again; and I
am glad I did, for In less than two
months use of the Bitters mny wife was
cured and she has remained so for
eighteen nonthssince. I like such hum
bugging.-Il. ' T., Sc. Paul.-Pioneer
A cIoAnnTTIrx-sMtoKNo scolon of one
of the flrt fatnilies on the west side
catne into this ofice to request that a
notico of his oomitig nuptials in ht be
inserted in the papor. "Don t say,
however," said the young man, earn
estly, "th1at I am about to load to the
hymeneai alter the beautiful and ac
complished dlaughter of Mr. So and so,
because that kind of slush is too old,
and beside, we all know that nobody
can lead a wontan, and thet again it's
leap year. Better make it read that I
have (conan8tled to bo her'n.'' ie was
assured that it would be (lone, and left.
Sca Iec linvestigation lit declared
to a how tlhat the speed of locomotives
m1t1t ho limited to a iaxinittill of 150
nillos per hour, because beyonid that
rLe the tirOs of the diriving whol are
in danger of bursting fromii the trenond
otis contrifugal force. Enginoor.i will
pleatso nake a note of this aid refrain
from "l''il ing her oit" beyond the
moderato Jog of say 1) illes and hour.
It, 1s best to be oi the safe sido.
Mi3. It. M. KICNNNsY, the Cab0OllUd
muanl, of PiLLshi)rgh, ihas jilst ptriohsei(ld
.hi0 outire blolc of bildings, extend
ing from 3d to 4Ih Avenue, fronting on
ilithleid and ru nining back to Cherry
Avenue, valuied at $275,000, and4 ac
cordiig to plans and spccificationls the
ontlire block lu to be removed Inside of
thIrty dlays, sand a hand(soms11 buIlding
wvill be roetd, costling one millioni of
dollurs. t'here mus nt be somtetluzg it
Unrboline besides the name.
A I.Ai,, who was at pliay with the soni
of a next, door noeigh bor, asked -hIs
"Is not your fathesr'a fool ?"
"No! t Who said that of my father I"
was the reply.
"'Nob'odly, as I k nows on," respond
0(d the kninhg urchin, '"but miothir
toldl me t,'ot~hier day that I was niext
door to a fool, and I dlin't knsow
whsethetr se moent youar father or Nat
"Oia, I can't shioot,ean't I ?"' ho said,
wvhien twitted( about lis archery. ''(lve
mse that bo0w," he added, snaching it
out of .1 ulia's hasnd. "Now," he addedi,
striking an attitude, "show me some
thing jyosu want popped, wvhat Is It.?"
"Yes said Julia's friend, "that's the
questilon." "You hateful thing," said
.ulia, with an ItalIan-sunset face, "'it
aint't netther. Ill never speak to you
again.'' But doubtless the innocent
blunder of- Julia's friend willl have its
ix stiuggling to smake a dull-brained
boy uniderstanid what conscience wvas~a
toelher asked : '"What makes yost un
comnfortablo sifter you have done
wronig I" "IFather's ieath~er strap,"
Icoellily repheil the boy,'
"'y a trmunk, P'at,"' sidu a dealer.
"And what, tor should I buy a trunk ?"'
demanded Pat. 'To put your clothes
in," was the reply. "And iro naked?"
exclaimed Pat; "not a bit iv it!I"
OxK trial of iht~nuius' lletsrie Soap1,
(madie by Craig in & Co., i'Iiliadelphia,
Pat.,) wvill satisly Liie most. doubuinig,
of its great nseeril. Pure and white as
snow. Try it. Make your grocer get
A Ca tevAuo girl miade an uinsuccess
fuil'attemnps at suselde by swallowing
brimstone. Now by chewing a little
phiosphomrus she ought to make a good
O tAcS held a rope wile Willie at
tempslted to climb to her window. But
when ase heard her parenit's footsteps
en ihie stairs, and let go of the rope,
then it was that Willie fell from Grace.
'"RT usp, my son I Thei early bird
catches the worm, you know '' "'I
don't want, to catch nso worms, Papa),
andh have to take hiasty medicine!"'
ittionial Treatmentut. anid l'oasttte Cutre
Are what the adieted seek for, and
those wvho resort to Dr. Pierce's Family
M dlcines are not doomed to disappoint
sient. So positively ellihacios in Ils
Favorite Proscription in all eases of fe
mcale weaknesses, ner vous and other do.
rangemnents inclient to the sex, that
tis potent remedty is sold under a posi
tive guarantee. F'or particulhars see
Piercesa Memorandlum Book (given
away by druggists), or see the wrappers
of tile medciicine. Sold by druggIsts.
W AsaOA, M inn., A pril 5thl, 1879.
RI. V. P'iore, M. D.:
Dear Sir-l fool that I should be
nloglecting icy duty were I to fail In
giving myl testimony as to tile value oi
your medicines. F~or years I have been
a great sufferer from A complcation es
chronio diseases thlih our physiciams
treated in vain. I am niow using yomi
F~avorite Prescription and fid mysels
almost well, Your medicines have donS
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I remlalin areatefly yours,
BAD Breath arises from the stomach
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lug acidity, destroying foul gases and al.
1 Inginhimmation. Take after eating
a henful, It assimilates wit
e ,perfect digestion,
0i t hINthat repulsive disorder,
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Ret Simmons' Liver Regulator has nc
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Wasps' nests are frequently ignited
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substance of which the nests are form
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plo nostrums oriod out in the language of the
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without benolit and doctors of all medical
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after 40 years' experience, and pronounced to
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Anakests, Dr. B. ilisboo's External Pilo Ito
mudy is sold by all first-class druggists. Price
$1 00 per box. Samples mailed free to all suf
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I wish to inform you what Vegetino hits do '
for me. I in ivo been troubled with Erysipelas
Humor for more than 80 years iin my limbs and
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seem to tio perfmectl.v fre'e from this humor and
can recommndnt it to every one. Would not. be
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Yours, most respectfully,
MRtS. DiAvID CLARK,
J, BENTLEY, M.'.D., says:
It has done mnore good staan ati mnedi
Mr.~.~. N swNA RIN T Omnt. Feb. 9, 1880.
Mr.RH. R. vNS Bloston, ia.
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good thanm all tint medical treatmnont to which
shne hadl previously been subjected.
J. BENTLEY, K. D.
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H. R, Snyan, oonNTo, Ont., Mtarchn 8, 18.
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Liver Complaint, &o
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