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NEWS AND CiTiZEW, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1898.
3 AGRICULTURAL. Cheese Making at Home. Experiments have been made in some of our Western schools of agri culture to ascertain what kind of cheese is best adapted to the small home dairy. The Gonda cheese, made of new milk, seems to be the most satisfactory. This cheese has for many years been made in Holland, but by a somewhat different process Irom the one used here. While fresh from the cow the cow the milk is aera ted. When it has stood long enough to lose its animal heat warm to nine ty degrees Fahrenheit, using suffi cient rennet to cause coagulation in from seven to ten minutes. Let stand from fifteen to twenty minutes, then insert the front finger at an an gle of forty-five degrees until it touches the curd. If on withdrawal the curd breaks clean across, with few or no bits attached, it is ready to cut. Divide with a knife until the size is that of an average wheat ker nel. Stir gently five minutes, then gradually increase the heat until 100 to 104 degrees is reached, constant ly stirring as the temperature rises. Drain or dip off the whey, leaving the curd firm, but not too dry. Press by the double handful firmly into the hoop, until full, then put on the cov er and press lightly an hour. .Re move from the press and put around it a band of cloth long enough to lap a little; and of sufficient width to cover two or three inches on each end. Cover top and bottom with a round cap, return to hoop for twenty-four hours, with increased pressure. The Gonda cheese is ordinarily three inches thick and eight inches in circumference. A simple lever press can be constructed of a hardwood 6tick, ten feet long and four inches in diameter, one end fastened under a cleat against the wall. The cheese band and end covers should be dip ped in very hot whey or water before the cloth is applied. To salt the cheese, make a saturated solution of brine and float the cheese in it from fiye to eight days, turning every day and sprinkling a little salt over the top. After removing from the brine turn once a day the first month, or if kept two months twice a week, and once a week the third month. The curing room should be cool, a little dampness will be beneficial than otherwise. During the mid summer months the making of this cheese requires less labor than butter mak ing. The process is simple, the pro duct good. Xew England Home stead. Feeding liens For Profit. The right proportion of food for laying hens can be scientifically ascer tained, but the relative question of the cost of the different foods must also enter into the question. Thus, according to some authorities, fowls fehould receive about sixty per cent grain, fifteen per cent of of flesh, and twenty-five per cent of vegetables. This proportion is not absolute, but relative. It serves more as a truide to the poultryman than as an infal lible rule. IVow the question of grain must be decided according to the locality and cost of-the various grains. Where beans can be obtained cheaper than grains they take the place of the lat ter very acceptably if ground and fed in an attractive form. Mixed with the ground beans a little corn, barley and wheat bran produce de sirable results. Corn we know has the greatest amount of fat producing material in it, and oats more muscle forming material, Beans, however, succeed any of the grains in muscle forming material, containing thirty eight per cent compared to twenty two per cent in oats. As to meat, flesh or fish food, the mutter must also be considered from different standpoints. Fish will to a large extent take the place of meat and flesh, and along the seacoast, where fish can be obtained for a lit tle expenditure of time and labor, poultrymen-make it take the place of meat entirely. The fowls not only thrive on it, but they learn to like it, and to prefer it to any other form of meat. It is cheaper, too, and may always be substituted for flesh with good results. The best vegetable substances for the fowls are clover, alfalfa, green oats and garden vegetables. In the West, where alfalfa thrives luxuriant ly, this is the best green vegetable food that can be fed to the fowls. Green oats are rather expensive green foodj but garden vegetables can nearly always be found in abun dance if one looks for them. The tops and the refuse of the vegetables are often just as good as the parts we eat on our table, and t hey should be saved for the fowls. They should not be thrown into the yard in quan tities. Keep the bulk of them in cold water, and feed only a few each dav. W. E. Farmer, in American Culli va tor. Cleanliness In the Dairy. There are a few points that seem to be overlooked when you count the requisite necessities of cleanliness in regard to milk and butter. It is us ually said that the milk pails and crocks must be scrupulously clean, but there is another important item. A man or woman who milks should have their bands and nails faultless ly clean also their clothes should be ns neat as possible lor bncteria anil disease germs multiply where there is the least chance. If there is a place about a farm where cleanliness should be observed, it is the dairy. Borax kills thegerms which cause the milk to sour and it is an excellent purifier and cleaner where the milk crocks and vessels are concerned. The pails and crocks should be rinsed once a day in borax water to keep them pure and sweet. The hands of the milker should be washed in borax water every day, and especially before milking. This 6imple practice will keep away moun tains of trouble and health and hy giene will prevail. It is cheap and cleanly, and the churns and tin cans in which milk is delivered to town customers should be rinsed out with borax water. It disinfects, and microbes are said to linger about the stables by myriads, hence every precaution to purify and make clean is a virtue. This thought of washing the hands clean is a worthy one, for I have seen men attempt to milk without even thinking of washing their hands, and the pure stream of milk sent through grimy fingers gave you a distaste to the milk ; and of all things we eat or drink that we want dainty, it is milk and butter. Farm, Field and Fire side. To Kill Chicken Lice. Since we have been in the poultry business, like every other person who keeps fowls, we have had a great deal of experience with chick en lice, and the evil effects of the pests. In former years we used to combat them with lime and whitewash, coal tar, lard, etc., all of which have some merit. But for the past five or six years we have used but one remedy, and that a very effective and cheap one. It is kerosene oil, and, in our opinion.it is all that any one needs to keep the chickens, both old and young, free from lice, not omitting, however, the place to dust, which is necessary to keep the plumage smooth and glossy. In order to keep the lice off of the" old fowls, we keep their perches satu rated with the oil, so that the latter are thoroughly soaked all the time, in the warm season, especially. We sprinkle it on the sides of the walls about the roosts and in the nest boxes, and about the sides of the nests, after the hay or straw has been put in. Kerosene oil applied in this way once a week will keep the lice away from the chickens in the hottest weather. To free the little ehickens and their mothers of lice, we rub the shanks of the hen thoroughly, and her fluff and breast feathers lightly with the oil, and also sprinkle it in and about the coop about once a week. We do not apply it at first, however, until the brood is a week old . The oil prevents scaly and rough legs also, and it is all that one needs to combat chicken lice with. H. B. Geer, in Agricultural Epitomist. Beats The Klondike. Mr. A. C Thomas of Marysvllle, Tex., has found a more valuable dis covery than has yet been made in the Klondike. For years he suffered un told agony from consumption, ac companied by hemorrhages; and was absolutely cured by Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. He declares that gold is of little value in comparison with this marvelous cure; would have it even if it cost a hundred dollars a bottle. Asthma, Bronchitis and all throat and lung affections are positively cured by Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. Trial bottles free at II. J. Dwinell s Drugstore. Regu lar size 50 cents and $1.00. Guar anteed to cure or price refunded. A Noble Charity. The grandest kind of work of any that is being done in Vermont to-day is one of which little is heard too little is known. It is beingquiet- ly done at the Kurn Hattin Home for orphans and friendless boys and girls at estminster. iSo such noble phi lanthropy exists in this state to-day outside this establishment, lue giv ing of a home to the homeless and the making of good men and women and useful citizens is a work every one should be personally interested in. Thousands of dollars are sent out of Vermont every year to aid charities which have not one-tenth the merit of this one right here at home, which is earnestly at work making good men and women. Can you conceive of so noble a work and so deserving a charity? Can you re fuse to do something to help the poor little children? Will you not interest yourself in this grand work? Write to Supt. .1, T. Maynard at Westmin ster or W. J. Van ratten at Bur lington. Burlington Clipper. Keep Folks Well. It is better to keep well than to get well, although when one is sick it is desirable to get well. When we consider that eight-tenths of the ail ments that afflict the American peo ple are caused by constipation, we shall realize why it is that Baxter's Mandrake Bitters "keeps folks well," or if sick, enable them to get well. Baxter's Mundrake Bitters cures constipation. All druggists guaran tee it, or money refunded. l'rlce 2,1 cents per bottle. Why not step into the nearest drug store and get a bottle and by using it he assured of good health through the trying spring months. Norwich I'ulverslty. The News and Citizen takes great pleasure in calling attention to the advertisement of Norwich University at Northfleld. It is a good, prosper ous school and offers fine opportuni ties for those wishing to take a mili tary course in connection with other brunches. The instructions in civil engineering, physics and sciences are nil good. The school has a good lo cation nnd is deserving of thepatron- uge ot ermonters. 1 tie expenses are moderate. Those interested should send for a catalogue. A little light work oughtn't to make a woman's back che And it wouldn't if the kidneys were right. Sick kidnevs are to blame for three- fourths of the pain and misery there is in this world. 1 If all the kidneys in the world could be made strong and healthtul, backache 1 would disappear like magic Doan's Kidney Pills are making well kidneys just as fast as people let them. Thev never fail. Ars. H. Stowe. fashionable dress-maker. of 528 Main street, Hartford, Conn., savs : " I suffered pain and inconvenience for years from what I knew was sluggish kidneys. I had d'agging, gnawing pains, dreadful headaches and could not stand for anv length of time. The tired and lan guid feeling robbed me of all snap and energy and naturally made me ardently wish for something to check it. I took medicines of various kinds, but thev did not do me the least good. One day f pro cured Doan's Kidney Pills and commenced the treatment. I improved rapidly and finally was so astonished at the change they made in my physical condition that 1 am only too glad to conscientiously recommend that remarkable preparation to all women who suffer as I did." Doan's Kidney Pills are for sale by all dealers, price 50c. Mailed by Foster Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole agents for the United States. Remember the name DOAN'S and take no other. Here We Are ! AT THE OLD STAND still offering that Excellent Rocker for $2.00 ! Better get one before they are all gone. L. 31. JONES, - Johnson. IIARDWICK, J. E. Sin . , . . - '"'.Hi ' 'V -. V . '""'. . .... , ... . . .. - J,: '. Monumental 'Work in Granite, of every description, made to order, from the best grades of Vermont Granite. We quarry, cut and polish all work in Hardvvick granite, which takes a beautiful polish, and can also turn out a high class grade of work in both foreign and domestic granites. There is no fiicce of work too large for us to undertake, and small orders will receive just as careful attention. See out agent, s PR Hi 5 FOR J ANYTHING IN THE PRINTING Send your orders to tne News and Citizen. Printing of Every Description. New Type FinesUPresses Prompt Service LOW PRICES. : ? Address hews mid citizen, H 1 In thoroughness i Reparation fake the lead. n 9 (f v '" c""l,1'lcncf;9 Ct tlosiKn nnJ vaw l,L'rat'011 excel B D jlv4 Are more suhstiu tiallv ni;ulu and are superior in nil I B I'w l Hunts to nil others ' I M f 1 All Styles nnd Sijos. $75.00 U fo.'j. 00. I B 9 li Agents in rll dairy portions, 3 W rnd lMstet Illustrated catalogue. i B -.fi- VERMONT FARM THCHINE CO., - Allows Falls, Vt. ft I No wonder no rue women f.-el as if the disease which constantly pur sues them is just a malig nant devil dooming them to endless mis ery. Thousands of women who could get no re lief from any other source have written grateful letters to Doctor R. V. Pierce, chief consulting physician of the Invalid's Hotel and Surgical Institute, of Buffalo, N. Y., telling him of the benefits received from his wonderful prescriptions and tlie careful professional advice which he sends by mail without charge. A lady living in West Eaton, Madison Co., N. Y.. Mrs. Maltie A. Walker, in a recent letter to Dr. Pierce, says: "I write to inform vou what your remedies have done for me; but they have helped me so much that I know not where to commence or where to leave off, as I had such a complication of ailments. For three years I had such bad spells I thought that if dying was only just a sleep I did not want to wake and suf fer asrain; 1 would be glad to have death come any night. 1 got so discouraged it seemed as if I 70UI1I never be well and happy again. I had a-lhmatic spells towards morning. Sometimes 1 feJt as if I could not get breath enough to live; had dreadful pains in the top of my head, and was so nervous I felt as if something dreadful was going to happen I could not tell why either. I could write a dozen sheets full and not tell all the dreadful I'lins I suffered, from fe male weakness, constipation, asthmatic spells, and rheumatic neuralgia. " I advise all who are suffering not only to use Tlr. Pierce's medicines, but to get his advice also, for it has helped me so much I cannot say enough in praise of both the advice and the remedies. 1 look on vour medicines as being a Cod-send, and will ask f'.od to guide suffering humanity to the right relief." For nervous troubles and ailments pecu liar to women Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre scription is the only proprietary remedy designed by a regularly educated physician. For bronchial affections and digestive diffi culties his "Golden Medical Discovery" is the one permanent cure. His "Pleasant Pellets " are the most effective natural non griping laxative for constipation. Send to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo. N. Y., for a free copy of the "People's Medical Adviser " For paper-covered copy enclcf" 21 one-cent stamps to cover mailing only. Cloth-bound, 31 stamps. UTCHERSf WE WANT YOUR CALF SKINS BEEF HIDES, Sheep Pelts, If row. Bones and Market Waste li e pay frtifclat from almost all illation If you can give us a guarantee that you will not misappropriate it, we will furnish you cash to buy your iielghbor'sliidesaiid skins. Wesenu price lists and market reports whenever there is a change Iu values. Write us for further par; ciculars. CARROLL S. PAGE, Hvde Park Vt 11 VERMONT. Mr. D. A. Cate, or write us.' AUCTION' KILLS NOTE HEADS X HILL HEADS X CIRCULARS 1 POSTERS CARDS 1 DODGERS J BOOKLETS J ENGRAVING r STATEMENTS J LETTER HEADS f rv:!'.'.;;:,. 9 ING!! ft ; i ft An Kditor Loose. This is the way the editor feels when he does his sentiment in blank verse: 'I would flee from the city's rule and law from its fashion and forms cut loose and go where the straw berry crows on its straw and the gooseberry grows on its goose; where the catnip tree is climbed by the cat as she clutches for her prey the guileless and unsuspecting; rat on the rattan bush at play; I will catch with ease the saffron cow and the cowlet in their glee; as they leap in joy from bough to bough on the top of a cowslip tree, and list while the partidge drums his drum and the woodchuck chucks his wood, and the dog devours the dogwood plum in the primitive solitude. ' U, let me drink lrom tne moss grown pump, tnat was hewn Irom the pumpkin tree! Eat mush and milk from a rural stump, from folly and fashion free new gathered munh from the mushroom vine and milk from the milkweed sweet with pine apple from the pine. And then to the whitewashed dairy 1 II turn, where the - dairymaid hastening hies, her ruddyand golden red butter tochurn from the milk of her butterflies; and 1 11 nseat morn with theearlient bird, to the fragrant farmyard puss, and watch while the farmer turn- his herd of grasshoppers our to grass." Pa cific Union. Martin Thorn, convicted of the murder of William Guildensuppe.with Mrs. Augusta Nack as accomplice, was eloctrocuted at Sing Sing Aug. Thorn showed wonderful nerve. With a smile and without hesitation he walked to the chair and sat down. The lull current of 19o0 volts was turned on for flvesecondsand reduced to 400 for 55 seconds, when he was pronounced dead. Bob Moore of LaFayette, Iud., savs that for constipation he has tound DeWitt's Little Early Risers to be perfect. Thev never gripe. Try them for stomach and liver troubles. 0. B. Fos8, Hvde F'ark: 0o. B. Allen, No. Hyde Park; H. J. Dwinpll. Morrisville: Sliat tnck & Son, Eden; J. J. Waren, Stowe; Dr. Huhbell, W olcott ; (,'. Campbell, tcutreville; C. P. Jones, Johnson. If all of the mountains in the world were leveled the average height of the land would rise nearly 220 feet. Itching tiilt-H? Never mind if everything else failed to cure you. Try Donn s Ointment. No failure therp. fit) cents, at any drug store. The Cheapest, Best and Easiest Device for HANDLING MILK. Important TM&zs to Think Abot. In these times of low prices, how can we re dace cost of production ? FIHST In hamllim: our milk, we can reduce the lirst cost several hundred per cent over any oilier device by using tlie UKAV11Y (JlttAW SK 'AKA t SKl'OSD It does away with storing, handl- lliir and cost oi ice. THIKD It saves more than half the work. KOt'ltTH It Is easy to wash and keep clean K1KTH- It runs itself. SIXTH It is durable, being well made, of heavv tin. SKVkntH It makes the ladles happy. KHJHTH It is endorsed bv the (irange. NINTH Practical dairymen give up their Creameries to use the GRAVITY CKKAM SKPAKATOK. W. H. NYE, Johnson, AGENT for LAMOILLE COUNTY. A good live agent wanted in every town. C S. Wilkins, Mrmcow, acent for Srowe and Morristown; Mrs. Nettie M. nnlie. W olcott Joel M. Wilcox, Cambridge. S2EMFFS SALE. The following described land and premises in the town ol i olcott, taken upon a writ oi execu Hon. in favor of Wendell P. Stafford of St. .Tohns bury In the County of Caledonia, against William II. urav oi iioston aim t ranK w, iiowe oi Low ell, both in the State of Massachusetts, to wit About six acres of land out of the southeast part rf lot No. 104, original right of Wl liam ( liaiuiiernn ami oeing Known as me 11. 11. Parker place, with all the buildings thereon, consisting oi steam saw mm, uweiung uouse, and out hiiildiims, a'ao the whole of lot No. lot; original right of Thomas Phelps, consisting of loo acres of land more or less, and so much of said lands and premises as is necessary to sat isfy said execution, together with the legal costs, will be sold by me at public auction as tlie law directs at the Town Clerk's ollico in the Town of M olcott on the s:id day of August, A 1). 1SH8. at ten o'clock 111 the forenoon. Given under my hand at W olcott in the County of Lamoille tins ttiu oay ot August, A. i. imis LOltENZO BULLOWAY, Sheriff. Estate of C. J. Ellsworth. COMMISSIONERS NOTICE, The undersigned, having been appointed by the Honorable l'roliate Court lor the District oi Lamoille. Commissioners, to receive, examine and Rilju-t all claims and demands of all persons against the Kstato of C. J. Kllsworth, lato of II v. In I'm k In said District, deceased, and all claims exhibited in offset thereto, hereby give notice that we will meet for the purixiBet aloro. said at the late resldenceof the deceased in Hyde Park on the '-'.'uli day of August and the l'.lth day of January next, from ten o'clock a. m., until live o'clock p. m. i each ot said days, and Unit Six Montiis I ii tne loin oay oi .niiy, a. i IX'M. is the time limited by said Court for mil creditoro to present their claims to us for ex animation nnd allowance. Dated at llydo Park, Vt., this 2Mb day ot July, A.U., it. w. llli.Mll, J. C. PKCK, 40 Commissioners, One Minute-Cough Cure, cures. That I what It wai mad for. Ml if -8 S Pt 8 , SEi'AW 'Tt)B ' Q. 0) II "IP" 1 g3 Liza "I suffered the tortures of the damned with protruding piles brought on by constipa tion with which I was atllicted for twenty years. I ran across your CASCARtTS in the town ot Newell. Ia., and never found anything to equal them. To-day J am entirely free from piles and feel like a new man. " u n.nEiTZ. tin j ones sioux city, la. Pleasant. Palatable. I'otent. Tmte Hood. Tto Good, Never Sicken. Weaken, or Gripe. 10c, 2jc, 5oc. ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... Bttrllnf Retatd; Cnmpini, ('Mtaso. Mnntrtl. Kw York. 3lf Wft Tfl IS A f pnlf1 a111 Kimrnntppd b? nil drag WU" I U'DAU uiststo t i lt K Tobacco Habit. It rests with you whether yon continue the -i TC-aiiiui lUimiTU UUIIIl, H W- 1 U'ttA ""j"-" imucBiit iur luuioi t, w ine, purities the blood, re- manes you 8 1 took tori's iusi nmnnoun X) boxet Ann rvrt n health, nerve ,nri pocke fttMSfiirfil tiiw AOTOBACfrora your wlll.patiently, persistently. One Tflllfh fnms Talfo irvlth n arutfisi, who Surliog fcemedyt'o., Chicago, Bontreal, atw fork.' StJ.&LCR.R.Time Table OIOAUUICXK ? I M'VlllH 1 tiyuefrk Mixed Way Freight. w w St a T Si CO y T. -J-j -J -i-i J. Q c; -ji 4 " Express Mall. 2 n r.5i o sr'n.'t t; o. J 5 x Jo 5? "r-s-'i.riro? f a r w r cc Mall. -Ji K s ft " s i ' r i- v !? se Express. Way Freght. Hydefrk Mixed M'ville Mixed. 9 tc 4k fi a. 2 x S X 4- z o RUTLAND RAILROAD, Time Table Corrected to June 13, 1898. Train leal lurlinu'ton GOING SOUTH AND EAST. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. 8.30 A. M EXPRESS MAIL due Rutland 11:05 a. m, Troy 2:10 p. in., Albany 2:55 p. in., ev York 7:00 p. in., Bellows Falls 1:25 p. ni.. Boston 5:40 p. in.. Provi dence 7:25 p. in., Worcester 6:00 p.m. Springfield 4:0S p. in.. Hew York 9:09 p. in. Wagner Bullet Parlor Car to Bos. ton. 13.05 NOON-GREEN MOUNTAIN FLYEH due Piiitland -2:00 n. in., Troy 4:45 p. m., All any 5:25 p. in., New York ni:oo p. nr., Bellows Kails 3:50 p. in., Boston 7 :35 p. m., Worcester 7:00 p. in., Springfield 6:18 p. m.. New York 10:00 p. in. Wag ner parlor ears to Boston and New York. 1.43 P. M., MIXED THAIN for TiconderoKa, Rutland and intermediate stations, due Ticonderojra B:45 p. in., Uutland 6 :10 p.m. 5.30 P. M. Loeal passenger tor Itutland and intermediate stations, due Rutland 8.00 ' P. M. 10.00 P. M. For Boston and NewYork daily, due Rutland 12:10 a. in., Troy 2:45 a.m. New 'ork7 :2" a.m., Boston 7 :00 a. m., Worcester 6:40 a. m Providence 8:18 a. m. Wagner huflel sleeping cars to New Y'ork nnd Boston. Arrival of Trains at Jlurling'toii. 4:21 A. M. Night Exjiress, dally, from New Y ork and Boston 11 :05 a. in--Local Express from Rutland. 4:20 p. m. Ex press Mall from Boston. 6:40 p.m. -Green Mountain Flyer from Boston and New York. 3:45 a. in. Mixed Train from Rutland. E. E. KNOTT & CO., City Ticket Agents. f Woodbury Walker Building. E. B. Aliirich. Gen'l Passenger Agt. L. C. PiEKCE, Gen'l Supt. II. A. IloiK-.K. Traffic Mgr. Central Vermont R. R. IX EFFECT JUNE. 20, 189S. 2Yaiis leave Cambridge Junction daily except Sundays, as follo7cs : 10:20 a. m. Kxpiess for Essex Jet. and Bur lington, connecting at Essex .let. with ex press for Concord, Nashua, Worcester, Bos ton, Springfield and New York. Wagner Parlor Car, Essex Jet. to I'oston via. Lowell, also connects with Green Mountain Fiver for Itutland, Albany and New York Wagner Parlor I ars Essex Jet. to Boston and Troy. Also connects at Essex Jet. with local tor St. Albans, Kiehlord nnd Rouses Point. Mixed train leaves Jed'ersonville at S:40a, in., arriving at Burlington at S :50 a. m. 6:30 p. in. Express for Essex Jet. and Burling, ton, connecting at Essex Jet. with nignt ex press for Rutland, Albany anil New York, Bellows Kalis, Worcester, Providence and Boston. Wagner Sleepers Essex Jet. to Bos ton and New York without change. Also connects at Essex Jet. withnilduigbtexprcss for White River Jot., Nashua, Worcester, Providence, Boston, Springfield, New York, New London and all New England points. Wagner Sleepers to Boston and Springfield without change. 2 rains arrive at Cambridge Jet. : 0:15 a. in. Passenger from Rouses Point, St. Albans nnd Bui linston. 4:45 p. m.. Mixed from St. Albans, Burling ton and White River Jet. 0-05 p.'tn. Express from Boston, Springfield, Albany and all New England point, albo from Rouses Point and St. Albans. F. W.'BALDWI General Superintendent, S. W.;t'UMMINGS, General Passenger Agent. AFE URE PEEDY HUE. LE CLAIR'S FAMOUS FRENCH REMEDY Never Fails. ENDORSED BY THOUSANDS Of ladies as a periodical regulator without an equal, successful when Cotton Root, Pennyroyal, Ergot, etc., have proven worthless. 8-1 two-cent stamps brings trial package, and convinces the most skeptical of their won derful properties. Send 4 cents in stamps for pamphlet, containing valuable information for ladies. Address LhClaik Pili. Co., U. S. Agents, Boston, Mass. N.B. -All correspondence confidential and returned with trial package. Sold in Morridvillo by II, .1. Dwinell. Itemember that we chnrge HO cents for a Card of Thanks ; $1 for Kesolu tionc and 10 cents per line for Obitu ary Notices. ri it'll r--'j0m Bi'trt'3 lusn iiiiiunoOQ. -rf 1 m U g makes you vtronir 1 1 1 A v L7-,. if 1 1 ai hits . In health, nervem mi I f I W and pocket-rfVF.X gj j. c 2 (I ifllL