FOR THE FARM A.N I> HOME.
C'nltwrv of ralilw«M.
The culture of cabbage is one that pay*
a large profit, whenever it is well done.
An instance of a profitable crop of this
vegetable growth in Michigan, a State
which is taking a leading position in re
gard to vegetable culture, i» given as fol
lows: It was Mr. Wilson, of Tocumsch,
who planted |() acres, for which the fyen'
nwoe County Agricultural Society award
ed a -|m-i iai prize. The method of Mr.
Wilson was as follows: He manured the
10 acres of stonv, sandy, loamy, three
year old sod with 1.10 loads of bam-yard
manure, 2.000 pounds of superphosphate,
and 3,000 pounds of salt. The land was
thoroughly plowed and harrowed and
planted July 1 and 2 with 10,000 flat
Dutch plants, trimmed to a single leaf,
nnd puddled with mud. The land wns
cultivated six times and kept mellow and
clean. No pests or diseases troubled the
plants, which hid fair to head well when
the examiners visited the field about the
Ist of October. Perhaps some reason for
this success may lie in the fact that Len
awee County boosts one of the livest
Farmers’ Clubs in that State or in the
United States. AV«t York Time*.
It« i rim on l hr Ktrm.
Many of those who own farms or gar
dens and might, by a little care, and at
small e \ pen -c, haven continuous supply
of berries of different kinds on their
tables, during the summer and fall, and
thus add much to the comfort and health
of their families, too often have none,
except Ihenieagn eipply which are found '
growing wild. In fact, many sueh do
not fare as well in tin respect as the fam
ilies of many laboring men in our towns
aiei villages. A family supply of straw
berries, especially, may he grown on so
small a plot of ground, that any land
owner, certainly, cannot have any excuse
for not being applied with them in their
season, for w ant of room. Planted in
the spring, in row s three feet apart, w ith
plants one foot in the row, and then left
to form a matted row fifteen to eighteen
inches in width, and given clean culture,
a good crop may n a nimbly !»■ expected
tin following year. —American Rural
Sirnaonn lilc Mutt. ■ of Farmers.
Those who have families of children
should interest themselves iii the district
school, and see that it is well taught and
sustained. No farmer who is a parent
can nlford to neglect his duty in this mut
ter, and should manifest a lively interest
in the school where his own mid neigh
bors’ children receive their rudimentary,
if not principal, education. Able school
trustees and commissioners, with capable
and efficient teachers, are important
requisites, and it is the incumbent duty
of every parent to aid in securing these
desirable auxiliaries to public and home
educaiinn. To this end, attend the
school meeting, vote for the heist men for ,
school trustees, and aid in making lib- I
oral provision for a first-class school in
your district. And do not fail to visit
the same occasionally, and encourage the
teacher. In this and other ways you can
do much to improve the school, and
every judicious effort in that direction
will redound to the benefit of all inter
ested—patents, pupils and teacher*.
Good officers and teachers can best be se
cured through the personal attention and
influence of parents who manifest lively
interest in their selection and manage
ment. Furthermore, provide your family
with pure and useful hooks and periodi
cals. Money invested in rending matter
of the right quality pays large dividends.
The rule should lie to “get the best,"
only such publications as arc instructive,
useful and elevating. Avoid all trashy
story papers, and other reading of a
senseless and sensational character of
the nickel novel and love am! murder
genera. They are demoralizing, r.ntl
worse than poison for young people, ln
sti id of such Useless trash, secure stand
ard work' |Hitaining to rural and domes
tie affairs, as well as history, science and
literature. .■lwiriV.rii .I; iricnlturitt.
Km in niitl (■urtlnt
\ fair supply of meat for the hens will
add to tile y ield of eggs and w ill prevent
No breed of liens is “everlasting
layers.” V hen that will lay ISO to 200
eggs a year is first class
In sow in:: timothy with wheat and
other grains the U"t results are obtained
h\ having tin ground dragged and rolled
Don’t forget that all fowls are without
teeth and must he supplied with sand
and gravel in order t > carry on the work
of grinding the food.
A putrid ear. ass polluting the air of a
pastun w ill spoil not only the milk of
the cows running there, but also the en
tire content* of the vat into which the
tainted milk is poured at the factory.
True potato seed is rai'i d by planting
the sed from the hall' or fruit. Each
plant will produce a dozen or more tiny
potatoes, which may In' selected from
and the specimens !>e developed by
A s ,ith Car rinian last summer bag
ged 20,000 buneie-s of grapes in paper
covers. The fruit was |>erfcctly pro
tected from rot, and ripened perfectly,
but it was too tender to be shipped long
A Connecticut farmer has several bush
els of apples piek> d last fall in us sound
and good condition a* if just plucked.
The fruit had been carefully rolled in
paper. For choice varieties the hint may
he worthy of attention.
When pigs are allowed to sleep In
damp places the result will often he stiff
ness of the joints, rheumatism and dis
eases of the spine, due to taking cold.
Dryness and warmth are essential to the
thrift of young pigs, especially on the
approach of cold weather.
The only truly economical manner of
feeding stock, and from which the very
heat and most profitable return- are to
lie expected, is to convert the grains into
meal and feed only in such quantiti' (at
regular intervals) as each nnimal has ca
pacity to consume and digest.
Butter is largely an oil, which is so well
fixed that it is hardly susceptible to
chemical change; therefore, the principal
parts not being subject to decomposition,
we must look to the watery fluids which
are contained in the milk, which, when
not completely extracted, spoil the butter
and render it worthless, or to he branded
only as grease.
To young stock, growing fast, feed
good, strengthening food, which will
produce muscle nnd help ill forming a
large, strong frame. While the chicks
lire still growing they should he fed often
and with a variety of food. 'l'ln y are
often fed on fattening food to keep them
in good order, hut this is not, whnt they
want, and sueh treatment will often pro
duce ill-forme’ll, weak limited fowls.
Os the several remedies for flu- cabbage
maggots tried at Hie New York experi
ment station, the kerosene emulsion, pre
pared as follows, has I found most
effective: One pound of common soap is
boiled in four quarts of warm water;
will'll all is dissolved and while the suds
are boiling they are removed from the
fire. One quart of kerosene oil is then :
added and thoroughly mixed by stirring
vigorously until the mixture is cold. < hit)
pint of this emulsion is dissolved in ten ;
gallons of hot water and appliiql to tho
roots of the plants.
Mats, tablespoons, salt cellars and pep
per cruets may lie arranged to suit one’s
],rt the table when no one is present
hut the home circle, he the model nl
whnt it should he when surrounded by
To take mildew out of linen, rub the
linen with fine soap; then scrape some
tine chalk, nnd rub it also on the linen.
Lay it on the gras* as it dries, wet it a
little, and it will come out in twice
Uncooked meats should not he placed
directly on ice, as the juices are with
drawn In this way. Neither should they
be kept in wrapping paper, hut put, un
covered, in a dish or pan and then placed
on the ice.
Southern Batter-bread. —Two cups of
white corn meal, one cup cold boiled
rice, three eggs well beaten, one table
spoonful of melted butter, two and one
half cups of inilk or enough for a soft
batter, one teaspoonful of soda. Heat
well for three minutes and bake quickly
in shallow pans. Very nice for break
Kgg Sauce. —One cup of chicken broth,
heated and thickened, with tahlespoon
ful of butter rolled thickly in flour;
poured over two beaten eggs; boiled one
minute, with tablespoonful parsley stirred
in; then seasoned and poured upon
pounded yolkes of two boiled eggs placed
in bottom of howl. Stir up and it is
Bttked Cu*tards. —One quart of milk,
four eggs, five tahlcspoonfuls of sugar
beaten with the eggs, nutmeg and two
tahlcspoonfuls flavoring extract. Scald
the milk. |xnir upon the other ingre
dients, stir together well, flavor and
pour into stone china cups. Set these in
a pan of hot water, grate nutmeg upon
each and hake until firm. Eat cold from
Potato Hill.-. One pint hot, mashed
potatoes, highly seasoned with salt. jiep
per, celery salt, chopp'd parsley and
butter. Moisten, if needed, with a little
hot milk or cream. 11 it one egg light
and add part of it to the potatoes.
Shape into round, smooth halls. Brush
over with tho remainder of the egg and
hake on a buttered tin until brown. Bo
careful not to get them too moist.— The
A paragnipher remarks that eon verna
tion is “the idle man's business and the
business man’s recreation.” This reminds
us of the commercial traveler who “talks
to live and lives to talk.” He said tho
greatest disappointment he ever met with
was wlieu he entered a grocery ston anil
talked ten minutes incessantly to the
proprietor, expatiating upon the merits
of a new brand of goods; the grocer at
last took from his pocket a slate upon
which he wrote the cabalistic words—
“l'm deaf.” The c, t. says he retreated
in dismay from the store, not waiting to
“punch the heads” of the giggling clerks
who shouted after him—“ Call again and
bring an car trumpet with you.” —Jfem
He AVent Too Far.
“Excus<- me,” he end. as he halted a
gentleman in the corr:Uor of the City
Hall, “hut will you lend me your eye
glass a moment ?”
He put them ori his nose to read a let
ter and then returned them with :
“Thanks. Have you the correct timel
Ah I Ten-thirty.”
He set his watch and confidentially
“Haven’t got any tobacco about you,
He wan handed a box and, after help
ing himself to a liberal share, he re
“I want to mail a letter in the box
h*re, but I find I have no postage
stamps. If you—”
He was handed a stamp. When he
had licked it on and mailed his letter
he said :
“I’m going up Michigan avenue to
Twelfth street. Do you happen to have
a couple of street-ear tickets?”
“Hir ! This is too much I” exclaimed
the other. “I can stand about no much,
but after that—”
“There I There ! Beg your pardon !
How did I know you drew the line on
street-car tickets ! No offense—none in
the least. I’ll take your name and make
a memorandum of where your generosity
cesses and this shan’t happen again.
I mistook you fur a gentleman who
draws tho line on paying for the coupe
when 1 ask myself up to hiß house for
supper.”— Detroit Free Brest.
The word “Movcriek’’ is used in tbs
cattle ranees of tho West to designate
an unbranded and hence ownerless ani
mal. The Han Francisco Afar crick, it
solf an unbranrlnd journal, gives this as
the origin of the word :
“A lew years sii.ee Bam Maverick
wont from Massie imsetts to Texas,
where lie entered largely into stock
business. After buying several herds
ho neglected his .nges and left his
stock to shift for themselves. Mr.
Maverick, with liun Unitarian feeling, re
trained from branding his young stock,
behoving in tho imp icit honesty of hi*
neighbors. When the genuine stock
men of the region ran across an iin
brandod animal on the round up they
would say, That’s one of Maverjek’s;
let’s brand it.’
“The word sprang into popularity,
and its limited meaning was broadened
and enlarged by constant use through
out the cattle ranges and mining camps
of the frontier. If a m u was unpro
nouuced in his opinion ,u any subject,
people would say, ‘He holds Maverick
She Stood High.
“John, dear, our Susie is fairly sick
ovar her algebra. But she is getting
along so nicely and has ninety in her
report this week, and ninety-five in Latin
and 100 in plnlosphy the dear girl.”
Dood enough, wife. But what is the
matter with tho breakfast to-day?
Wore! meal we have had in a month.”
“Well, .h im, I felt out of sort* this
morning. ihe cook is away, and I let
Susie stteod to the things. The poor
girl really knows so little about house
work, you know.” —Boston Traveler.
Mr. Wesley Sisson, a well-known law
yer of Chicago, was so helpless with
sciatica slid inflammatory rheumatism
that he could not feed himself. Nothing
relieved his sufferings until he used St.
Jacobs Oil. It. conquered all pain and
he rose a cure I man.
Honduras is not a particularly healthy
COUntfy to live in, ns it is said a stay of
three months on the coast is sure death,
exclusive of the danger from reptiles.
Chief Engineer John K. Oantliu, of
the Philadelphia Fire Department, says
that he was cured ol a terrible cold By
Red Star Cough Cure, and that he has
given it to liis men with most satisfactory
I HK man who never gets mad is sup
posed to he a half-brother to the woman
who never looks Behind her.
It is not certain tliat the wreck found on
Mount Arn. it - :h. remains ~i Noah's Ark;
but weIUV certain last Mien's Lunu Hitisam
will etire ,'.in amt i-oids, ami sa\ r Ihe many
wrecks 1 rum ..c i.n.i; s of consumption wo
see now a- la i * All ilramrists sell the Hal sum.
Price, 26c., .'kV. and jl per bottle.
Thk latest scientific discovery is made
by Professor Felix Adler, who says that
heat engt mho - crime.
I cheerfully recommend Red Clover Tonic
lo thosesutferiiiK from troubles of ihe stomach
»ml liver. lam now on my second bottle, and
it makes me led liAe a ncu- man. C. M. L'on-
Non, Nashua, loiva.
Mvssm on - i-roxt**n nanrTOitic. theontr
preparation oi licet containing lis enWre in.-fri
«.’is> ; .-■•■ - It •■■mains bluod-makuiK
force.aeneiating «nd lilV suetninina properties,
invaluable tar in,iwest ion, dyspepsia, nervous
proulra ion. a I all forms of general debility:
also, in , ah-.I conditions, whether ihe
result of e\ o. nervous prostration, over
work or -o to .i - , • p •.rticularly if result -iy
upnl-n • up .uiits. i &ss ell,Hazard a
la, l'r prn - Now V. rk. Sold by dru^xisis
The Rawiiis Untieing Master.
Why , . ,-r .iko a I re- Hi -
full of h. : . is i Ihhi s . Tlie eoilsump- 'o
from lo", \:!: i \ Teli hm to take Tll s
Cherokee Remedy of Sweei Gum and Mulle
If a col curbs your sleep, take lhso's
Cure for Consumption and rest well.
That Settled It.
They were discussing in the Illinois
Legislature a hill to prevent the destruc
tion of quail for three years. Speeches
of various - rt were made. One farmer
advanced the suggestion that there wete
too many quail. If they should Be pre
served for three years they would eat up
sll the crop-. Then up ruse an tv 'nest
granger, with this valuable contribution
to nature, t s-t y 'Mr. Cheerman, I’ve
lived m lliiioy. nan and Bov, for forty
years, enduring all of which time I've
follered agricuitooral pursui ts exceptin’
for seven years, when I was a-ruuuiu’ of
s saw mail, sud 1 hare obwrved this
about quaii . whenever there is too many
quail, the good Lord He freeze* them
out.” That settled it.
Stuck livithk*.-Mr. Alms Hill,
of Brownwo. J. t.a., has about 200 head
of sheep ou liis piact and a good many
cockle burs file dry he '«»> in the
field and saw tilt, , p -n e by side,
their heads .-ill po.pt'ng tlie s.m.i wv.
looking as if out urn . He \c!i-ai
at them to move, aul t whole g. -. :
mover! at once It v.-.-unii use u»-
fore he ascertailed • l the hn-s had
got -.a to their v c ; »: er were .-tuck
The ‘•calp in clcn n M and excited to a healthy
action by H.'til’a Ha r I'^n^vver.
In f -'i" j.' < n i)i to ron?h ir,
diiuni.aijfcd by taking A>«i rs Cherry Pec-total.
TH 1 f SatiO! piOtti •r,
front-ier. PhiktdeJ[thin f all. _
-avlng the Lawyer*.
“ T)ir* tirit thing we do, let's kill all the law
yer*.' This is rather a blood -thirst y proposi
tion, which we mollify by offering to cure this
worthy class of people. Most of them suffer
' n common with nearly all others of sedentary
habits . from the injurious effects of dyspepsia,
Jrtdisrestlon, piles. i'<vr of appetite.and other
ailments caused by a constipated hdbit dt thS
body. Or. Pierce s ’’Pleaa-int i'urgatlve Pel
lets" eradicate ail tie - disorders in promptly
removing the < ause thereof, and induce a rare
degree- of comfort and health.
Why is a dog’s tail a novelty ? It was never
Sought for the last hundred years.—A rem*
edy for Catarrh, Hay Fever and Cold in tr.e
Head found at last in Ely 8 Cream Halm. Safe
a;id pleasant to use, and easily applied with
the linger. It gives relief at once and a thor
ough treatment posillvely cures. fiG cent* by
druggists. *JO cents by mail. Ely Bros., Owego,
I have been afflicted with catarrh for 20
yearn. It had be* me chronic, and there was
a constant dropping of mucous matter from
the roof of m> mouth. It extended to my
throat, causing hoarseness and great difficulty
i., ipeaking, indeed for years I was not able to
peak more tnan thirty minutes,and often this
* th great difficulty. J also, to a great extent,
i.r-t i hi' «mwp of hearing in the left ear, and of
:- 1 * . B> the use of Ely’s Cream Balm I have
re relief than from all Other reme
dies 1* -ides. All dropping of mucous has
• a>« d. and my voice and hearing are greatly
ii:,p i.ved. las. W. Davidson, Attorney at
Law, Monmouth, Warren Co., lIL
'i’llk i-hiricen tiiief is an annex-hen trick fel
low Marathon I ntlependent.
Victory hi hunt.
Consumption, the greatest curse of the age.
tli.- d< stmyerot thohsands of our brightest and
be t, i conquered. if is no longer incurable.
Ur. Pierce’s “Golden Medical Discovery” is a
certain remedy for this terrible disease if tak
en in time. All scrofulous diseases consump
tion in a scrofulous affection of the lungs—can
he cured hy it. ItHeffect in diseases of t lie
threat and lungs are little less than miraculous
All druggists have it.
A n easy way to find a lost relative—Make a
will in his favor.
Have used I)r. Bigelow’s Positive Cure in my
family as a general cough medicine. One of
my children was quickly relieved of a severe
attack of croup by it. I cheerfully recommend
it. 11. L. Covelu Grand Rapids, Michigan.
ftHKAit nonsense—trying to cut the hair of a
Too well known to need lengthy advertise
ments Dr. Sage’s < atari'll Remedy.
A walltt, like a jackknife, is only useful
when open,- -New Haven News.
One pair of boots can be saved every year
by using Lyon’s Patent Metalic Heel Stiffen
TRADE Wd/ MARK.
/>eo from Opiates, Emetics and Poisott,
AT Dhoooiht* amd Okamha. _ _
Til K (IUHIFS A. TOOKT.FR fO-, 3/. I.TISIORF, Ml>.
if® ■ Cu-cs Rheumatism, Neuralgia
ilmn j.rk.rb., liMd.ch., TMlii.ek^
rOl r d il
■ W I H will at druuoists and DKAIJSMk
THE ClI AKI-I.H A. TOliFI 4 0., BAtTIHOBI, MD.
FORCOUCHS, CROUP AND
OF SWEET GUM AND MULLEIN.
The Sweet Gum from ft tree of the fame name
fro wing In the South. Combined with a tea made
rom the Mullein plant of the old fields. For sale
bv all druggists at 25cents and Si.oo per bottle.
W \I.TF.K A. TAVLOK. Atlanta, Oa.
Scrofula of Lungs.
I atn now 4f year* old. and hare suffered for the
last Often vears with a lung trouble. I have spent
thousands of dollars to arrest the march of this «.is
ea*« . but trmporarv relief was all that I obtained.
1 was unfit lor any manual labor for several years.
\ friend strongly reeommeudedthe useofSn trt •
s , , > s s. i, claiming that he himself had bean
cp .if l v ; eneiUted by its use tu some lung troubles.
I resolved to trv It. The results are remarkable. My
rough has loft me. my strength has returned, and I
. tgh sixty pounds more than l ever did In my lire,
it has been three vears slurts I stopped the use of tha
medMne. but l have had no return of the disease,
and there are no palus or weakness felt In mv lung*.
1 do the hardest kind of work. T. J. UoLT.
Montgomery. Ala.. June 25. 1885.
Swift’s Specific is entirely vegetable. Treatise oa
l .oo i and skin Diseases malleil free.
l ine swurr Srxcino Co., Drawer S, Atlaata. Go.,
or 157 W. £kl Si, N. Y.
, Water Whssls, MlllstOßisglfHsk
i ond p< VLIAisIiV MILLB fiv "3
ks&jsA.A. DeLcacU Bro„
wotiderfkllv low. Send (m w 1 ’(jf
oaitiw. llmmi psp«l.
of the Fittest.i
Si i riMILT MEDH’IXR TH4T HAS HKAIKIiM
MILLIONS DtKI.Vb Si TBARS’
A HALM FOB EVERT WOOD Ol 9
MAX A.VI> BEAST t
Oldest & Best Linimenta
EVER MADF IN AMERICA. J
SALES LARGER THAN EVER B
r D* The Mexican Mustang Liniment hn*M
:■ been k - ->wn for more t’.unJhirty-flvc-Jj|
rears as the best of ail Lii.imrnta, lorS
\n ,ni I Beast. Its sales to-«Jav &refl
fin - «|
rahlLttd penetrat«*s ski: . taodonH
And muscle, to ths very bone. SolciH
If afflicted with sore eyes use Dr. Isaac
Thompson’s Eye Water. Drnggißtriaell it. 25c.
Is Tour Blood Pure?
Por Impure blood the b**st medicine known.
vill’s Sarsapariixa. or Blood and Liver Stri p.
may be Implicitly relied on when everything else
falJr Take it in the spring time especially for the
Impure secretions of the blood incidental to that
Hsason Os the year and teke It at all Uin»*e for Cancer.
Scrofula, Liver Complaints. Weakness. Bolls. Tumors. |
Swellings. Skin Diseases, Malaria, and t*r thousand
ills that come from impure blood. To Insure a
cheerful disposition take So will’s Blood and Liver
syrup, wnlch will restore the mind to Ita natural j
A young lady wran>c4 up in herself is a
delicate parcel. —Chicago IHtyrn fn
CHILLS and FEVERS
PAIN in the RACK & SIDES
KIDNEY AND LIVER
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS
The Genuine has Trade Mark and created Red
I inrs cn wrapper.
TAKE NO OTHER.
DR. H. H. GREEN,
A Specialist for Eleven Years Past,
HaS treated Dropsy and its cdmpUc.itlrrns with the
most wonderful huci-css; uses vegetable remedies,
entirely i .TrrnWs. Removfes all symptoms of dropey
in eight to twenty davs.
Cures patieuts prouounced hopeless by tha bast of
From i first dose the svmptom* rapidly disap
pear. and in ten da>s at least two-thirds of all symp
toms are removed.
Some nut' cry humbug without knowing anything
about it. Iteineinl er. it does not cost you anvlhiuy
to realize th<* merits -.f my treatment for yourself
In ter da-s the difilcult. - of breathing is relieved,
the pulse r -jul ir. the urinary organs made to dis
charge tlieir lull dutv, sleep is restored, the sw lliug
all or nearly gone, tho strength increase 1. and appe
tite made good. 1 am curing rases of
lOSg standing, cases that have been tapped a num
ber of times, arid the patient declared unable to
lire a week. Send for Ift da:, s’ treatment; directions
nd terms free. full history of case. Name
•ax. how long afflicted, how badly swollen and where
la b' - have legs bunted and dripped
water. Send for free pamphlet, containing testi
monials, questions, etc.
Tan da •' treatment tumished free by mall.
Heud 7 cents in R’anius lor postage on medieiae.
Epilepsy fits positively cured.
11. H. GREEN. M. D.,
Jones Avenue* Atlanta* Gt.
Mention this paper.
A Skin of Beauty Is a Joy Forever.
DR. T. FELIX GOUKAUD’S
ORIENTAL CREAM. OR MAGICAL IEAUTIFIER
a> o Removes Tan, Pimples,
T. -c x Freckles. Muth-Petehes,
M g Rcjih and Skin disenaes, and
''c/) . Sli jtf every blemish on beauty,
’j, -I a> cBo JRand defies dctectii»n. It has
-• 2 itood the test <>f
k rr . ja fR? vears and is
5*5 =,C/? * 3 »Si •. .*T° harmless we
jBSf lusl.it to hesure
" ® e ? vjr ittyor Hie preparation
m * J-' N; Sf properly
Wjn no counterfeit
f *rL UJ of similar name.
B£&&Pss l k-fl ■ f The distinguish
jP j}W\ V ed Dr L. A.Sayer
w- ‘ k • j -jsrHjt * \ said to a lady of
/■ ' g \ the haut ton,
L r I (a patient): “As
wfr' # y°« ,a<ile * wll!
use them. I rec-
- , 7 .'.vf«w» mud’s Cream’as
the least harmful of all the Skin prepantions.” One h rtlo
will six months, using it every day. Also PoudreSub
tile removes 7':p'-riiiious hair without iniuryto the skin.
■ nr. M. H. T. «.t»l K. 41 D, Sol* Prop., 48 Kunri St.. .%>w York.
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U S., CanadiL,, Europe. HTBeware of base imitations
SI,OOO Reward for arrest and proof of any one selling same
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and Intemperance, not Instantly,
but effectually I be only scientific antl-
PQ dote for the Alcohol Hubit and the
"La only remedy .hat dnres to send trial
bottles. High y endorsed by the med
leal profession and prepared by well
known Nov \ ora physicians. Send
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No. 2 West 14th Bt, New YorL
No Hop* to Cut Off Horses’ Manes. U
Celebrated • ECU I»-' * Ilkl/FKii IjjV
and HlfllM.K. ( ombined. «no >. A lyTiv
be Slipp.-l bv any h■»r-c Sample mJC sf laK
Hultrr any part V. S. free, on
receipt of *l. Sold bv all Saddlery. JmS
Hardware and Harneas Dealer* Vi
Special di-count to the Trade. \ »
jl C. ‘
!loclie*h r. N. ' . ■■ “
I have a positive remedy for the above disease; by Ita
■se th'-u*an~s of cases ol’ the worst kindaudof lcog
standiog have been cured. Indeed, tostronglt mv faith
la Usenicacv,that I wi l aendTWO BOTTLES FKkB
together with aVA F UAHI KTRKATIER on thlv disease
to any sufieror. Glvo express and t* O. addreaa.
DR. T. X >' i'IUM, 111 Per.rlSt., New Terk.
1"S STHMA CURED ll
AA t.crinan Aathnni 4'ure never fatU to glveffi
a VY . -nmcdiate reiitf In the worst cases, insures com- J
finable sleep; effects cure* where all others fall, il
trial ccnrvnce,* tAe moit tkevdrai. Price 60 eta. andMj
#I.OO, of Drusjtla's or bv mail Sample FKEE forH
sump I>K. K. -rimVM W ?*t. Paul, Mlnn
P4Y PIIRFH Having sufficient coat
mi WnC'> UUriCUsdence in our ability and
the willingnex* of mankind to pay when the eure is
mad> > . we cure vl chronic iisoaaes and aak no pay for
or aonl aftertheoure seffeeted.
Describe you- case fully and send stamp for inalrtie
tiotu> Vd.lr.-n !»K. U. O. BAKEIG Bax 104*
Rutfalo. n. Y.
X Klt vors m. ■ EtLK or MB wlUXll ESS AS I)
'w r KiHiiTY rrmiEm*& pkcat.
Al'./mse >b*». Reciarkable and quick ecre«. Trial past
age*. Ser.J Stamp for sealed partleuiara Address,
Dr. WARD A CO., LOCISUXA, HO.
R • ff A ft* T*r* La ex and Gentlemen to
■An ffiCJsfclaß Ikk* 1 light work at their
lfl|£ ( '.viV : S! t<.. a day easily made.
v ' rk xe: t 1 y mail. No canvauiug Wa
H Hr rood demand for our work, sdc fur
mW . . ployinent. Address, with
Keeping Teeth Perfect ail OiSM H—Jtky.
r\ a «,*■ t Übiamwcl. »eud 1 .
T* A £ Lil i O lLveu; r%’Uui4a L* Bin a.
Sam. Patent Lawyer. Waahiugum. U. 0.
Tin* Original and Only Genuine.
•a- aed *.•*. « . , Beware of vorfhleaa Imitation,
bdiipeosai u. LADIES. Aak yew Ur.grist *r
Chichesters t.ngltsh” sod tale ss sUrr sr meU-.s *&.
(stsu.*o at f r parueular* *f» >ttrr S-* rrlun s*X
NAME PAPER, i Mckester CVe.Vsl Cs.,
*# * » Madia*., aq.stra, Phliada.. Kv
St —'-rT *t.r., v. ■ -ChU-kc
ter • t-ng 1 ■ *i, I rn«rr ■ •. • : .«• cs vifcsr.
•>, i The F’?T? 88-ASDSLintERI* wa-ranted wat-rT'roof, and win keer> you dry tn
e ; -v ... _ • , sA\l the hard-et etnrm. T e n-w POMMEL NLU'KJLBU a perfect ndm« coat, and
■ A . j\ 'A eooera the entire aa-ld’.-. F wa-e of Imita: uCi Nona rename wltnoat tho “Plan
CENTS f s 7\\^) CI i n
for *°* 1
TSE BEST AND CHEAPEST
COUGH or GROUP
R. m 2dZ E ID Y -
AS AN EXPECTORANT *T HAS NO EQUAL.
It Contains no Opium In Any Form.
ALIEN’S LUNG BALSAM J SIM
Bottlpe, Price ‘A3 Cents, 50 Cent* and S f
The 25 C ant hotties are put upfortheaecoii.'aryxiaaaa
*f *ll who de.tr. sluiplT * '-■uujth ■ urCgonv!*
Those desiring * remetlv for CONSUMPTION *» any
1,1! 1.0 IjISEASB ihoulu secure the large *1 botCw
Pries, 25c,, 50c. and SI par Bottle.
SOLD BY ALL MEDICINE DEALERS.
BPlso's Remedy fbr Catarrh t» the B*4
Beat, Easieat to Use, and Cheapest. Ml
Alao good for Cold In tlie Head.
Q> Headache, Hay Fever, Ac. SO cent*, jgjj
"Judging fro® It* effect* Is mi case Piso’s Kern*
dv for Catarrh i. Bicelsior
HcTiamd, New York.
ara EriSe-e Remedy fbr Catarrh ta the
M Best. Jaslfßt to Dae, sntl Cbeapeet. «|
Also good for Cold In tfft’ H*»d, «
Headach,, Hay Fever, Ac. 60 ,XB<a SI
"Plso’e fieuicdy for Catarrh gave me almoe.' trcm*.
diate relief." E’, E. BnsiMaaD, Audubon, lowa
Plao’e Remedy for Catarrh Is the n
Beet, Easiest to Use, ami Cheapest. HS
foa HCTdaiihe, Hay Fever, Ac. V> cents, ggg
" Ptao’e Remedy sot Catarrh t» Juet the medicinal
have been looking for- —, OL’Ton, Mayeirlle, tty.
piso’s Ramedy for Catarrh is toe fiX
wS Bast, Eaaleat to Use, and Cheapest, fine
SSg Also good fbr Cold In the Head, Hg
Hoadache, Hay Fever, Ac. 60 cente. ta|
” Piso’e Remedy for Catarrh has done me more
good than anything I ever tiled."—Mies R. A- axon
lit, Cornwall Bridge, Conn.
■I Pleo’e Remedy fbr Catarrh la the
S? 5 Beet, Easiest to Use, and Cheapest, m
B&oj Aleo good fbr Cold In the Head, ,
Headache. Hay Fever, dtc. 60 centa.
' * Plso’e Remedy for Catarrh Is croducl ng favorable
roeulU."—Ono. W. Withau, Philadelphia, Pa
IB Plso's Remedy for Catarrh t» the wB
MW *Mt. Fasleat to Use, and Cbeapeet. jgEl
MSI Also good fbr Cold In the Head. nB
Headache, Hay Fever, Ac. 60 cente. gggj
Pa>nes’ Automatic Enginos and Saw-Mitl.
We offer an Bt> 1 > 11. P. meunted Engine with MIR,
50 n noliil Saw. .oft. Uniting, cant-hooka, rig rompletQ
for up •r.itioxi, on ears, 0!, l(Hl. h : on ■kid •* sl‘l
I'-ss. Bcnd for oirculAr(B). li \V. PAYNE &
SONS, Manulaoturersof all stylos Autnniutir En
?i»ra. from 3to 800 H P. ; also Pull eye, H&njfera a»4
ftng, Elmira, N. Y f'. >x iN-iO.
PLAID SHAWL GIVEN AWAY!
Throueh the failure of a larp# mu
ofactnrer of Cflihmero Nliawli,
there haa come into onr handi a large
consignment of J’lairf J*b«wl.v, perfect
goc.:-, *\ in h we |»r'*poi« t* yirtrst t<*
l^e *^ e following •Manner
Send us tide, for ll moa. Ft’lwrip-
Hm’*a Wyn to i aria unit ll«u»eln; 1 *. **
lxrre. It’, pure liluntrau-d paper, ■*-
voted to 1 arm and Hi usehoid to pi if,
rtcriea and pen era 1 mlsoellany, and wo
AfftLgJ wi.l tend von one of ttieae beautiful
k'KKl'., by mail, postpaid,
we * shawls and B «üb
\ -VviaKr ■cru ti'.ns to one addresa for SI.OO.
«~SIrL/'i' or money refunded. Address «
\ l» HOrSEIIOLO,
Yoa are aUowed afire trial of thirty days of the aM
of Dr. I>je*B Celebrated Voltaic Belt with Electric Buaj
pensory Appliances, for the speedy relief and pern
manent cure of Nervous Debility, loss of Vitality und
Manhood, and all kindred troubles. Also for nianjl
other diseases. Complete restoration to Health, Vigof,
ar.d Manhood guaranteed. No risk I* incurred. Illua
trated pamphlet In sealed envelope mailed free, by ad*
dreeing VOLTAICIH’LTd).. Nlai ahall. MJckJ
a5 TO I*
lAn L«v«rs, Stoal Braaa
T«-« Btsei and Baa a* Baa.
;ONXSks pay* tha fralght-far
THc* LUt mantlon tht* aad
aod-aw JOKES OF BIMGHAMTtN,
I i neighbothood—#ither to travel or tell at
me— Dickey’* Indian Blood and Liver Pula. Apply
v.g’vmg r*-ferenoe. J. as K. Dicxxt, Bnaiol. Tenn.
hOaILK UlltU. AD VICK FREE.
DR. J. C. HOFFMAN, Jefferson. Wisconsin.
1 >3 9tv w~*^L’? | l ••ini xtamps '.or p-Mt’s.
A PCIITC WANTED Pot a Good Selling
A UtH 10 Houaeho d Article. Send i wo
rn rent r txmn for Sample and Terms.
1A OOHREfQ SQQ ,202 William St,,N. Y. City.
D|«j,L Q!!|. Great English Gou! and
Dlalr S r Ills. Rheumatic Remedy.
tfy*l Bo»t ll.Q«| ronndy no cm.
nP\TOTn\Tn Soldiers a Heir*. Send "tamp
C?FVH Prof Moody a Sew lUoatraud
L/ Book an Droa. Makis C New Dotmai. soft Vantlo
we. Ageata aoll 10 a day Prof.BOOH r.f Ineir .i O.
■ Ptoo’i lUtnoffy fbr Catarrh la tho I
Boat, Eagiee*. to Uae. and Choapest. 1-^f
■ Also rood for Cold In the Head, H
Headache, Hay Fever, 50 conta |^|
A. N. U Eleven.’B6