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J'r. Editor :lxi the absence cf cur
resells yea may thick that ih3 Clifton
Farmer's Club has " flattened cut," &s
ycur ccrrcir-- " II. Meddle
some," cf the regions round about, chins.
Eut tuch, I zn ghl to slate, is net the
case. We have, it is true, teen usable
to keep up cur regular tneetics (which
ere now essii-mcnthly) cn account cf
sickness in the neighborhood, and cne
death a child cf Mr. Aldrich which,
with the press cf work at this zzzzon,
employed all the time vre had.
The club net cn the 15. b, and with
incrtcsd, interest. There was a good
attendance, and ell had a gcod Lint to
cfTer; in tfact this club practice what
they preach, the slanders cf "Meddle
some" to the contrary, notwithstanding.
We have all to. a can put cut cur own
nursery cf fruit trees, such as apple,
peach, plum, pears, and the small fruits
in great variety, besides evergreens, for
est trees and grapes. The male mem
' bers discussed the cssge hedge and the
general crops now demanding our special
attention, while their better-babes were
talking nbcut the dairy, poultry and the
fiowen. There are some few difference
cf cpinicn in regard to pinching off the
tap root cf seedlings and transplanting
in nursery row to promote ihs grov;h
cf fiberous roots near the surface, and so
gain a year cr two in fruiting in this dry
climate, but it is being generally adopted.
The grasshoppers are eating thousands
cf young trees for us, as soon as up, but
we shall be able to save a few with care.
What we prcpsse tojii-is to awaken an
interest in fruit culture. Were it not for
the united eflorts cf-the club nest of
these trees would net be here at all; so
ycu can readily see what a club cf this
kind can do towards making this. a fruit
county, cr at least give an inteihgent
reason for their failures. .
It was moved and carried that we re
turn a vote cf thanks to Senator T. W.
Tipton for books, seeds, Sec, cent to the
Also moved and carried that we meet
regularly twice a month in the afternoon
during the summer,, at the farm- cf cne
the men:l:r, to view the place, compare
notes, end benef.t by each others success
cr failures in Che different departments
cf agriculture, making it a good social
chat, and profitable to all! '
We meet Friday, Slay 29;h, at 2
o'clor-': P. M., at J. Gilbert's.. All are
invited. R. A. HAWLEY, Sec.
TLc Application cf Ilnunrc.
It is a matter cf great importance to
the farmer to know how and when to
apply his manure to the land-, to get the
greatest crops and give "the mosf benefit
to the land at the same time. I have
experimented considerably, and the man
ure drawn cut and spread, late in the
fall, will, give greatest amount of corn
'and wheat cr rye, to follow with- clover,
than any way I can use it. I drew cut
and spread msnure cn three acres in the
fall, and when the snow was cnlhe
ground I drew out and spred cn two acres
more, and in the spring, after the frost
was all cut, I manured two acres and
. Plowed it in plowing also the other five
acres and which were in the same field,
and equally good land.
The corn was planted the first week
in May, and all hoed and tended alike.
Attarvest time it was all cut. up by
the roots and shocked in the field; when
fit to husk, the fall-manured corn measur
ed sixty buthels to the acre, the winter
manure fifty bushels, and that manured
in the spring only fcrty-five. The ground
was sown with rye, and there was about
the tame difference to lock at, but I did
not ihras.h and measure it separately.
On tne clover I do not think .their was
as much difference between the fall and
the winter manured, but that manured in
the spring was tut little mere than half
as gcod as that in fall.
If manure is drawn cut for corn in the
spring it should be plowed in immediate
ly, cr it will lota a large portion of its
goodness. I have sometimes plowed in
the manure in the fall, but have give up
that as being too expensive as the ground
must be plowed again in the spring to
give the young plants a goCd early start.
I have manured for four - years in the
fall, winter and spring, and each year I
am more in favor cf fall manuring to
the extent cf alliht manure I have, and
in every case tbefsdLis largely ahead
cf the spring manure pieces. If the
manure is drawn cut in fall and winter,
it hastens the spring work, which is
quite an object sometimes, and gives the
farmer lime to do mere thoroughly his
planting and sowing, and put his land in
good shape for crops,' which' will repay
Icr all extra t;rue h3 cay c.ccso to occupy
m mellowing the ground for the recep-
lien cf the
A writer in the Journal cf Agricul
ture (St. Louis) says: "At present the
manufacture cf Eorghum is cn the . de
cllno. Farmers l;k9 it as well as ever
and pay a good price for what they uss,
luLtb.ra is no sale for the surplus.
City censumsn have a prejudice egainst
it cn neeeunt cf its looks and color ; and
the refineriu refuse to pay ncra than
half th3 cc:t cf r.3 manufacture. As it
does net pur cn this account, nearly all
the Isrge, skillful makers are going cut
cf the turners; it being impossible to
sell tl.2 surplus crcp for mere than 25 to
CO cents a gallon, at which price, taking
cut tho ccet cf crmmiseion, freight and
lerr-I;, a lees cf fully CI a txrrclis in-
cr. x.c x.i'irr:i;
i m In 4 ' 1- -. m.a
withoat a freed the
it not a betrayal cf th3 tru-. I:?.; nei in
ww-b. w. w
The law anticipate?
examining t?ach:;a i-.-M IV.!; 5
himself with their literary aitai;
tiheves them r.uahUca to teac.i a com
wt LA i k
er "are a eel any v. lie re ia
tv. New it is slrurly
thai a p.: re en can accurately j.:Je of the
qualifications cf another by hearing him
answer a few simple questions that any
child ten years eld should be able to an
swer. Nothing short cf a rigid examination
can show the qualifications of any
person, end it is due the teacher, who has"
thoroughly qualified himselr, that he
have a thanco to show his ability.
The people put confidence in the man
ic-v select as Examiner, and when
a person shows his Certificate they, of
course, think he .ought to be able to do
ail it says he is qualified to do.
The law makes the Examiner a safe-
guard aguinst-imposition, but," if he does
not do his duty he bicomes a positive in
jury instead cf a help. The excuse that
the District in which the teachers expect
to teach is backward, is noexeuss at all ;
that is the way to keep it backwird for
ever; the most backward districts, need
the very best teachers. Let not the
Examiner be a party in upholding un
qualified teachers and very soon we shall
have teachers who are. really worthy.of
It is doing those teachers who spend
their time and money to fit themselves
well for their work great injustice to put
them on a level with those who have
never" tried to educate themselves, and
who are totally incompetent to instruct a
student properly in any branch of study,
We feel if the standard cf qualification
is raised it must be in part, at least, the
work cf the County Examiner. We are
not making these remarks", ai strictures
upon any one particularly, for we find
the Examiners throughout the State too
lax entirely, as the schools will abundant
Let us have thorough Examinations
even if Certificates are granted, it will
show that the Examiner is not making
it entirely a farce.
' Ccr Trip.
We found Beatrice a fine growing lit
tle place, with manufacturing facilities
equal to any town in the west. The
Blue, which runs west -of the town is a
beautiful stream, with power sufficient in
its pellucid current to drive all spindles
and looms in the Old Bay State." Be
atrice is just beginning to grow; we
noticed more indications of building there
than in any other town we visited. The
lumber is not cf as good quality as that
wfl hare r.n tha River but ato'na nf ihft .
finest quality is convenient and abundant.
We could not admire those buildings
erected with the two kinds cf stone (light
and dark), the dark colored caused the
whole building to appear dingy. But
dwellings built of the . light colored all
together made a fine appearance. Those
who ar6 putting up frame buildiDgs, use
nine tor the outside. This.we ihiuk-is
wise in ihcm as it pays better to enclose
with pine at almost any price, rather
than use Nebraska Cottonwood.
We were there on Monday forenoon,
and it was really a sight to see the num
ber of people thronging the stcres. If
the people should crowd the counters of
our merchants on the River towns in the
sime proportions they would really think
the people had lost their wits and were
all leaving the country and "coming to
town." Beatrice certainly was a live
place while we were there. We spoke to
people on Saturday evening. Owing to the
rain that afternoon our audience wast not
large, but we found them wide awake
and ready to work for Education gen
eraly, and especially in Beatrice. We
were highly pleased with the enthusiasm
mannifeEted cn that subject. There-are
men there whope pockets fairly bum to
contribute towardbuilding up an Educa
tional interest in Beatrice. We know
of no better point off the river to, start
a Seminary School, and we believe Chat a
man with proper energy can now lay
the foundation of a school that will not
only do much for Beatrice butwillbea
great benefit to the educational interests
of our State.
We found the people of Blue Springs
alive, Educationally; putting forth an
earnest effort to erect a school house. We
believe they will succeed for they feel
the. need cf it greatly.
We saw cne of the best constructed
mill dams across the Blue there we
ever saw. , '
At Pawnee City we found the people
fully alive and etraining every nerve to
keep the growth cf the village up to the
rapid increas'e of the surrounding coun
try. There is no need that we should
speak cf the enterprise, cf the people of
Pawnee City. Their deeds speak louder
than any words of ours can. Like old I
Massachusetts, "There she is; behold
her and judge for yourself."
We spoke at Salem to a group cf ten
cr ritteen men ana Doys. i-ans uity is
too near horns to need any comment. We
spoke there in the new M. E. Church.
They are erecting an Episcopal Church,
the basement of which they intend to fit
cp fcr a high bchocl. We did not speak
at Aspinwall es we intended, frcm the
fact that buisness at home was such that
we had to be there quite early cn Satur
day, and it was buisness we did no: know
cf when we made cut our appointments,
so wc hep 5 ths good people cf that place
will not think loo hard cf us for not ful
filling cur engagement. We hope to be
able t3 visit the place yet and ma'ie the
acquaintance cf its citizens, and se3 how
Cchoel matters prosper with them.
We enjoyed our trip well and returned
feeling a greater respect fcr the enter
prize and energy cf the people cf South
ern Nebraska. One thing we could
not help noticing, that where the people
were the most wide awake cn ail mitter3
cf importance the Educational interest
occupied avery prominent place, and our
largest gatherings were at uch places.
To the kbi friends who entertained us
thankr, and we hep 3 that the day is not
far distant when we shall see cur educa
tional interest fully up to the demands
cf the times, ar..d tL 3 children cf cur Etnt3
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Besides a full assortment of everything
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P.ocking Chairs, -"Wash
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Plain Stands ;
Cabs and Gigs,
Piano Stools, Teapoy Stands,
Gilt and Rosewood Moulding, Sheets,
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Show Vases and office work made to order
And anything and everything required to set np
plain or fancy housekeeping.
All of their ware is either manufactured or put
up under their special superintendence, which
enable thern sound articles at smaller pricas than
eastern manufactuted goods.
OUR HEARSE t
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We are doing business on strictly cash principles
At a imall profit, and by attention to business and
the wants of the community, expect in the future
as in the past to receive the patronage of the pub
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This Fountaio is admirably adapted for use in small
towns and at public gatherings Full directions go with
each, and recipe for making syrups.
. Price $T5. Send for dos-crlptive pamphlet.
The REV. EDWARD A T7JLS0N will send
(free of charge) to all who desire the prescription
with the directions for racking and using the sim
ple remedy by hich Lewascurel ofa langaSTec
tioaand that dreai disease Consumption. His
only object is to benefit the evicted and he hopes
every sufferer will try this prescription, as it wi 11
ecst thern no-thins, and rr.sy rrore a blein.
r:.easeaidr3J3 EEV. ED u'AED A WILSGNT,
Ka. 15 Southend 5., WiHiasibar, New York
during- cur journey e exte
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mothers of those States owi their IxrauEify from
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and be&atifal.can be obtained without charge bj
ftddreisisr. TU03. F. CHAPMAN', Chemist
23 Broadway. Iiew lorS.
ADDRESS TO TnS NEKVOU3 AND DEEIUTAT
sd whose saTeringa have been protracted from
hiddec caases. and whose cases- require prompt treat
ment to render existence desirable. I? you are surfeit
tn? or have aoaeredfrom ItTolantary discharges, wna
eSect does it produce upon yonr general health? Vo
yon feel weak, debilitated, easily ureas uoesa.iuia
extra exertion proaace paiptiaiioa or ui omv uoe
your liver, or urinary organs, or your aidneys. rre-
qaantly get out or orner y i yoar unuo mhdhiiiim ,
thick, milky, or flociy, or-ia it ropy oa setting? Or
doesa thick acuta rise to tcetcpr ur is a seGimeui v
the bottom after it has stood awhile uoyouuare
spells of short breathing or dyspepsia? Are your
bowels constipated 2 Do you havo spells of faintinj
or rushes of blood to the head? Is your memory im
paired? Isyourmitid constantly dwelling upon inn
euMeot? Do you feel dull, listless, rr.opin?, tired of
company, or lire vo yon-'wisa woe icmiuue, wjrt
away from everybody uoes any nine isns ms
you start or Jnmp ? Is jour sleep brokea or restless?
Is the lustreof your eye as brilliant? The bloom oa
your cheek as bright? Do you enjoy yourielf in socie
ty as we.l r Do you pursue your iiiMne wun isio
aatne energy? Do yon feel s much confidenre in your
self? Are rour spirits doll and nagging, given 10 nt3
or melancholy?- If ao, do not lay it to your liver or
dyspersla. nave ycu restless nights?- You back weak
your knees weax,? ana nave ouv uuie piuc, -..
yon, attribute una wuyi:pepi or u?tr coujiaiuir
Now. reader, aelf-abuse, venerlal diseases baoly
cured, and sexual excesses, are all capable f produc
ing a weakness of the generative organs. The organs
of generation, when In perfect health, make the man.
Did you ever tcint cuat tnose coia, aenani, enerseuc,
persevering, successfnl business men are always those
whose generative organs are in penecmeawa r 10a
never near auch men complain of being melancholly, of
nervousness, cf palpitation of the heart. They are
never afraid they cannot succeed in business ; they
don't become Bad and discouraged; they are always
polite and pleasant in the company or lacies. ana
look you and them right in the face none of your
downcast looks or any other meanness boutthem.
I do not mean those who keep the organs inflamed by
rnnnini to excess. These will not only ruin their
constitutions, but also those they do business with or
How many men from badly cured diseases, from
the effects of self-abuse and excess, have brought
about that state of weakness In those organs that has
reduced the general system so much as to induce al
most every other disease idiocy, lunacy, paralysis,
sdnal affections, suicide, and aimost every other form
of disease which humanity is heir to, and the real
cause of the trouble scarcely ever suspectet", and have
doctored for all but the ngnt one.
Diseases of these organs reanire the nseof a dloret
Ic. HELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU i
the great Diuretic, and la a certain cure for diseases of
tha Bladder. Kidneya. Gravel, Dropsy, Organic weak
ness. Female Complaints, General Debility, and all
diseases of the Urinary Organs, whether existing in
Uale or female, from whatever cause originating and
do i&atter of how long standing.
If no treatment is submitted to Consumption or In
sanity may ensue. Oar flesh and blood are supported
from these sources, and the health and happiness, and
that or Posterity, depends upon the prompt use or
Helnibeld'e Kxtrael Buchn, established upward of
IS years, prepared by
. If. T.HBLMBOLD, Druggist.
-. . 69 Broadway. New Tork, and ,
104 South 10th St., Philadelphia. Pa.
Price 81.25 per bottle, or S bottles for $6.60 deiiv
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Drs. ' Wesley Cz Pierce
Iavefr many yeara treated Private Dise.ifea with
unexampled success, baviry? hJ twenty years es-
ries. They have devoted theii whole time and
energy to the treatment of private complaints ;
heir success in the treatment of those loci stan l- j
ng ana aimcmii cases sncn aa were rorrneriy con--idered
incurable, is sufficient to recommend them
;o the public as worthy of the extensive patronage
which they have received. The universal and ua
ailin success rn the treatment adopted by them,
its proved, beyond a doubt, that a permanent cure
for the worst cases of Constitutional Syphilis, Gon
orrhoea, Stricture in any form, all Mercurial a (Tec
'.ions, diseases of the Sain, Kidneys and Bladder
can he obtained.
Also, the effect of a solitary habit ruinous to
body and mind, producing blotches, debility, impo
tency, dizzicess, dimness of sight, &c, &x., nd
rendering marriage Improper, which annually
sweeps to an untimely grave thousands of young
men of the most exalted talent and brilliant intel
lect, may rely upon a permanent cure. - No charge
for advice or consultation. All Communications
-trictly confidential. Send two three cent statrsrs
ror treatise relating to ail private diseases. No
Mercury used. Office hours from 9 a. m. to 7 p ui.
Sunday, 10 a. m. to 2 p. ro. Office 13 Olive St.
Address all lettera to P. O. Box 2803, St, Loais,
jlEAFiiESS, OATARitn, con-
A Treatise on Deafness, Catarrh,. Consumption and
ancer; their causes, means of speedy relief and nlti- j
mate cure. By a Pupil of the Academy of Medicine,
ram. sent 10 any aaaress ror to cents.
Letter from Eob't McMurdy. D.D.. LL.D.. Grand
Prelate of Grand Xdcampment of V S, and Editor of
New Tokk. Sept. 17, 18S7 Dr. Stiixwxlx. was in
charge of Grace Church Hospital, Alexandria, Ta.,
aurmg me war. 1 frequently, almost daily, for months,
visited this Hospital, and had every mesns of knowing
his reputation for irFrciENCT and skill. It was of
tne most creditable character, and his success In the
treatment cf patients was romarkabie. Eobiht
It fits Into the ear, is not perceptible, remove tina
tng nouttin the head, aod enable deaf persons to hear
amuncuy at church and public assemblies. Thia in-
atrument will rten produce results almsst miraculous
and indeed incases of long standing deafness, li will
relieve in a short time. It may be adjusted with tha
ease or spectacles."1 .
DR. STILL WJELL will be professionally at 31 East
wasnington place, University Buildings, N. T., daily,
10 to 4, except Tuesdays, when be will be at his rooms
1032 Pine Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 13-16- ly
HAS been longer engraved in the treatment of
Chronic, Sexual and Female Diseases than any
ther Physician in St Louis.
Syphilis in all Its forms, Gonon-hea, Gleet,
Stricture, Orchitis, Diabetes, and all affections of
the TJrinry and Sexual Organs, are treated with
the greatest success.
Spermatorrhea, Sexual Debility and Im
potency, aa the result of self-abuse in youth, or
sexual excesses- In matnrer yeara, which produce
wmeol the following effects, as blotches, debility,
diazinees, dimness of sight, confusion of ideas, evil
j forebodings, aversion t society of females, loss of
j memory and sexual power, and rendering marriage
luiyiuyer on-oe curea. - j
Persons suffering from Consumption, Dyspepsia
Chronic Diarrhea, Liver Complaint, Hernia, Eup-:
ture, or any other chronic affection, may rely upon
roceiving a radical rnre.
Particular attention given to alt Female Cen-
plainta; Inflammation and Ulceration of tie
womo, Lencorrhea. Chlorisis, Sterility &c Most
cases can be properly treated without an interview,
and medicinea sent by mall or express, secured free
from observation. Consultation by letter or at office
free. Charges moderate and cures guarrantied
83Ofl3ce, with hospital accommodations for pa
tents, No. 617 St. Charles street, between Sixth
and Seventh, St. Louis, Mo . i
EVERYBODY caa get, ia a sealed envelope,
my Theory and treatment of Sexual and Urinary
Diseasea, containing full symptom lists, for twe
postage stamps ; aUO, my Paper relating to Chronic
ana Female Complaints, for a three cent stamp.
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
. A gentleman who suffered for years from Nerr
ous Debility, Premature Decay , and all the effects
of youthful indiscretion, will, for the sake ofsuf-j
iericg numamty, send free to all who need it, the
roceipk ana airections for malting ise single rem
edy by which he was cured. Sufferers wishinr tt
flLaapini. 1. - f ."1
uruu vj tag aavertiser s experience, can aa in
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ALSO AGENT FOR
PIONEER PAINT SHOP
LOUIS V! ALDTER,
3 XT :J 23
Grainer, Gik'sr," GhzbT,
P AP E R- HAN G I II
White WasbiDg and Kalceminiiig den
All work done in a workman like
EIXO?oai.s.ia street, Shellenberger's Oil Staaj.
rV - i
V N a i !
? - f
X !' k i
I W ,
And every other kind cf Goods
at the Lowest ilarket Price, and to
DEO? ITT AND SEE IIS,
Corner 7" la In ami Second StrcetsSIcFIierson's Tiu
REAP E R S ,-
CORW SlIELLERS, T
Hand or Order
ed at Siiort TiO'
EACH ARTICLE WARRANTED!!
13 wotjIJ call particTilar attention to onr Self
aser.--', w, etc., Is fast superceJing all
. 0 are making constant additions, ari
. 3 selling at prices low as any establish
: .2nt west of the Mississippi river.
AU7Y OF CUR GOODS WE CHALLEHGE COPETITia
-uFLOUR OF THE MOST APPROVED BRANDS.
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR . COUNTRY PRODUCE.:
OF THE CELEBRATED
Are now made by the
Excelsior Manufacturing Corap'y.'
mHESlS WELTKKOVTN AND VEST POFU-
A UK COOIUNU STOVES have been before the
public since 1802. .acn succeeding rear haa added
to their ponulantv . u:itil the name ha3 become fa
miliar in every bouaeiioil in Uie S'e3t and Soutn.
The demand for our
Now OliJii'tei Oak
last vearwaa srreaterthan weceald supplv with the
sizes then made; anticipating1 a stia greater da
mand during the prppnt year, we have made pat
terns for several additional sizes, and are prepared
to manufacture lfJO to lliii
CHARTER OAI STOVES,
per day, of
TTVOTT-n OIIT 5irFEISENT SIZES.
We etiarantee the operation of every stove we
manufacture, and offer aa reference anyone of the
many thousand! that have b?en sold, wherever
they may be found. Neither labor or exrnse has
been epared to make our NEW CIIAIiTLIi OAK a
PEHFECT COOXIJkG STOTK,
aod we offer it to the tra-le 83 the EEST CO-
STRUtTTELl, M0 4T DURABLE and UNUOiUI
c?eratici? COOKl2G STOVE in tbs mark-t.
Ja Motion U oirr EXTLNilVE STOVEEUSI
KLSSwoare prt arel to offer to Stove Lealers,
Tiusrtiiths andotiiers in the trade, the largest and
most comDlete asscrtraeut of 3Iefal3 acd Tinners'
Stock in the West. Our arrangement with the ist.
LoaU Stanipinz Ct;rapany enaK lfs n to rive liberal
discounts t l.'.-e hurera of t ilKNXII b'l.VMrED
TINNED ir.ONWAliE .and Tinners' Supplies.
Ilav'.n-? rcenl r redacd the prices of an articles of
our O'N ALAN tr A CT'UUli, we believe dealers and
housekeepers wUl and it to their interest to send
for Catalosrue-snd Price LLsf, and examine our prices
before purchasinj elsewhere. Address
EXCiSIOU ZZAXVT'G CO.,
SC. Louij, Hiaso'ii.
Feacie, 'Apples, EUckherrisi, Cherries a
ra r (1 ci
kept ia a Western Stcrs, which
P L 0 T S ,
- t ire wnistn i
- Rakinz or Drorpinj Reaper, whi.-h for a?y dni:1
others. Price of combined JUchiDe $19;. AI.
AGLE BRICK MACHINE
Pned are OLE AGENT for the TATE OF ITE33A2A.
We invite all woo intend mafcin Brick the coniin; season tocill tni maii
t that a! 1 who onc( see the Machine in operation and learn the eas :-.aii't
"y of work, etc., will tun.w asi ie 'he ol.i wnj or makini Brict by tuci
? W A E R A N T tie Machine to be well mde, of good aiittrii
::h one Team aui Five Hands it will make
f a Better . Qu4;y--tii" -mu t-e irnof tjtiiri .'
re thrt tie llachine caT do, hatwliAt we ciaim we WaHIa:.': ::!
T, illrICi, we:.:aha city. rz3.
a large and well assorted stocS
smuii smiLBUs tcEusni
nnir n n eys
HAVE PROVEN, FROM THE MOST iK
experiance, aa eptr success; Simple--ry
E,ient,anl Reliable. They are the onj j
icinoa perfectly adapted to popular tise x'
tha. mistakes canr.ot b made ia faicg ti-"
harmles as to be free from darjger.acd w.t"V
aa to be always reliable. They have
highest commendatioa from ail, aod wJ '
1, Cures Fevers, Coagestlon, Iaflamatns
" Crjing-CoUc, or TeeiMn of ic.aaa,
' Diarrcea of children or aiuiu.
" Dysentery. Gripinir, BilUoas Co..s
" Choiera-IJlrbus, Vomitinir,
" Neuralaria, Tootfcacbe. '"I"'
" Headaches- Sick-Heaiache, Yeru
' Dyspepsia. Billion STomach
Surpresfed, or pamfal PenodJ.
' Whites, too prof med Period.
" Crcup, Coogb. diffleuit bre:&i3
" Bait lihfeun.lryiipeiat, K.opi .loos
" Bait Rheum, srysipelan, Jtp"-
" EheumatisEi, RbeumaticPams
" Plies, bin -r bleelmg
" Opthaiirjy aaJ iw-reor wes J'?,.
" Catarrh. -Jute or caroaia.laaof
' Whoop as Couo-h. vio'.cnt Cot4
" Asthma oppresep Bretibwi
' Ear Discharges, impair! f
" Scrofula, euUnedGunds, S'"1"
" General debility, physicial wm"
Drop?7 and acasiy Secrevions
" Sea-Sickness. skknoKi fromria-s
' Xidney-Dneise, Gravel ,..
I.'ervou.? Debility, Semina-13 j3
siOfs invoiantary Disctargei jt
" Fore lier-sth, rmker . , f
" Urinary Weaiaess, wevtinoea y
Painral Periods, with Spasm rj(
" Fu tiering it change of li'e , . .
" l.nleis v. Spasms, St. Titn "
Lhena, alceratea sor
cnSe,contaInln5 a s11;;
for every ordinary desea
a family Is subject lc,anj cJ
20 to 3 viu.
P3 dies for all P rivate'Deases,
Curing and for Preventa?9 T''
la viais ana poiet ewe,
Fcr Sab ly
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