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USHPUIi AM) SHUIKSTIVK.
Alum dissolved in water will kill
bod-buirs if applied where it h most
- In troublesome bleeding from the
no3e, sn tilling up powileroiialiun will
guiiurally control it. It will also al
most uiw-us stop oNcoS'JiV" i
from a cavity cause 1 bv th
of a tooth, by being placud
. If tablecloths. napUiin and lnmd
kerchiefs are folded an inch or two
bo ond the middle they will last much
longer; it is on the cdirc of Jolih
where thov first wear, and tolding tliem
not on a middle line, each ironing, they
get a now ei ease.
Cinnamon Cake Two pounds
brown Mijiu two pounds llour, one
teaspooniul baking powder, one pound
of butter, three tablospoimfuls of cinna
mon, throe eggs (beaten lightly); mix
all well as usual for cake; roll very thin,
cut and hake.
Apple 1 'reserve. Take some pleas
ant sour apples, pare thorn, take the
core out at the bottom, ami leave the
stem in; make a sirup of white sugar
and water to half onver the apples;
bake or I oil them till they are just done
through. Servo ilium up whole, with
loaf sugar and cream.
Hones may be reduced by moans of
wood ashes in the following manner:
One hundred pounds of bones broken
up as small as possihlu arc packed in a
cask with one hundred pounds ot fresh
wood ashes mixed with twenty-live
pounds of dry water-slaked lime and
twelve pounds of sal soda: twents gal
lons of water are poured over the mass.
In twenty or thirty tliivs the bones will
bo soft enough to be mied evenly with
some good .soil in a dry mass.
Mr. Curtiss, in his pamphlet on
wheat culture, favors early cutting ex
cept for seed. lie mentions several
important advar.lages, and several
minor ones, to bo secured by cutling
wheat when it is passing from the milk
to the dough state -vi..: It largely pre
vents injury by rust, as rust ceases to
all'eet the grain as soon as cut. It gives
more and heavier grain. It gives more
and better llour to the bushel, as all the
time the grain stands, utter the dough
state, it makes bran at the expense of
starch and llour. It causes les-, waste
by shelling and seatierinjr, while har
vesting and handling. And, last, the
straw is tougher and softer to handle.
Maryland Biscuit. Hub one tea
spooniul each of butter and lard into
one quart of sifted llour, with one tea
spoonful of salt; gradually add milk
enough to make a stitl ilougli, mixing
it with the hand. When the dough i.
mixed lay it on a floured bread-board
and boat it with the rolling-pin, turn
ing it continually, until it blisters and
eraoks loudly. It will require to be
beaten about" half an hour. When the
blihtcrs are abundant tear oil' pieces of
the dough as large as an egg, and mold
them in the form of biscuit, prick the
tons with a fork, and bake the biscuit
'vk a rather quick oven.
- Damascene llolls. Hoiled pastry
should bo prepared with as much caro
as that meant tor baking, the propor
tions of butter, lard and dour the same.
Stew the cherries or whatever fruit you
desire, with a little sugar; roll out "the
pastry into a thin sheet the thinner
the better; spread over a thiei; laser of
the fruit, and then, commencing at one
side, roll carefully until all the fruit is
inclosed within the paste; pinch to
gether at the ends, and tie up in a
strong cotton cloth, then drop into a
pot of boiling water. The morello
cherry is the best for this purpose, or
some other fruit possessing acidity. To
be served with sweet sauce.
As regards the distinction, nutri
tively considered, between the whole
grain of wheat and the white llour of
the interior parts, there is no room for
doubt or dispute, says the Ji.uriuU of
Chemistry. It is the "whole grain which
constitutes perfect tood; the white Hour
is incapable of affording complete and
healtnlul support under all conditions
of human existence. The white loaf is
very beautiful and fashionable, but it
does not contain the phosphates of
magnesia, lime and .soda wlrch are
fouiid in the brown loaf. These salts
are stored lor some wine reason, doubt
loss, in the bran or outer covering of
tho grain, and thov are certainly lost to
a large extent in tho bolting process.
Woods In Highways.
There are in ovory neighborhood
people of cleanly instincts and tidy
habits, who like to see well made and
well kept fences along the highways.
They keep such as far as highways pass
through tlieir own premises. As exam
ple goes, they do their full duty in this
rospuct. Such men have induced the j
law-makers to pas enactments requir- j
other people to respect the sightliness
of roadsides. Tho onh, trouble is these
laws are in but few instances properly
enforced. Whoever takes a drive
through tho country, no matter what
section is chosen, will hud at this time
of the year thai, statute or no statute,
tho highways outside the wheel tracks,
are lined with ah manner of weeds,
noxious and othewise, high as tho
fences, blossoming, seuding, and the
winds carrying tho feathering germs
over meadows, pasturos and grain
fields. This portion of the road law is a
"dead letter," and iV is a disgrace to
the communities that it is so.
There is needed, in addition to tho
good example ciass alluded to, a class
who will insist upon it that those whose
duty it is to enforco the law, shall bo
made to perform that duty. It takes
"back-bone" to do this, for dirolict
highway commissioners aro neighbors,
and, in many cases, friends. Hut it
thoso men do not want to fulfill the
duties of tho ollieos they havo accept
ed, let thorn resign. Fanner's llcvicui
Slock Feeding Willi Fruit Culture.
fctock feeding h peculiarly adapted
to compensate for the fertility carried
oil' in fruit crops, and fruit culture and
slock feeding may prollt.ibly bo joined
together, 'this is especially true of the
larger fruits, such as apples, pears,
peaches, plums, cherries, etc. J'hoso
fruits, after being properly plantod and
the trees grown I'oyond the ris'i of pus
sible injury, will bo benclited if the
orchards are pastured by Noting stock,
and especially with calves or sheep.
Calves and sheep are fond of fruit and
worinv, early-fallen fruit will bo eaten
before the insects escape into the earth,
t hurt to burrow till the next season.
Y"o have known many old orchards, the
tho fruit of which had be uno worth
loss from the depredations of tho
eurculio, to be entirely rcyovatod,
bearing largo, smooth and excellent
fruit, after three jflars pasturage of
calves. One largo apple raiser, who
markets many thousand barrels per
year, and pastures calves, sheep and
pigs in different orchards, inlormcd us
that the increased quantity ami quality
of fruit would much mm o" than pay for
all the food thuse animals would con
sume if it were purchased; beside, ho
finds tho growth upon th's stock a large
item of pro lit. He said he had one year
purchased ton calves, two nionthsold,
and placed them in aieu-aere apple or
chard, which was under the plow, for
the purpose of promoting the health
ami growth ot the trees, and did not
fiinn-h much pasture, lie therefore
fed each calf one quart of oats and two
quarts of middlings per day for four
months, beginning the first of .Juno,
and in Oetoiiur sold them for stock
calves, at a profit of ."?7." on the lot.
over and above the cost of calves and
food. They were estimated to weigh
on an average fiOO pounds per head.
These calves picked up all the wormy
fruit as fast as it fell, and their growth
was most rapid after the de:eclive fruit
began to fall.
Wo know one dairyman owning a
largo orchard, who, instead ot pastur
ing calves, turns hi" cows into his largo
apple orchard as soon as the defective
fruit begins to fall. To prevent them
from reaching apples upon the lower
limbs or lrom injuring the trees, he has
devised a convenient method of tying
the head down to the level of the posi
tion in which they ordinarily hold the
head when not grazing. A leather
clasp three inches wide is buckled
around the foreleg with an inch ring
sewed upon one side, and a rope tied
about the horns of proper length with
a snap in the lowerend to snapinio the
ring on the leg clasp. This does not
require the cow to hold her head in an
unnatural position, but prevents her
from reaching for fruit, and it can be
uiisiiapped in a moment. He linds
cows the best for consuming this wormy
fruit, e-peuially if there is considerable
of it; and as" his principal stock is
dairy cows, he saves the expense ami
trouble of keeping young stock or
calves, and thus can devote all the keep
of his farm to dairying. Ho keeps no
other stock except horses and hogs.
Ho thinks, that dairying and fruit cult
ure are peculiarly adapted to each
other, lor tho labor of daining ami
fruit culture do not at all eonllicl. The
apple crop, especially, comes to market
in the fall, when the dairy is at its low
est demand for labor.
Pigs are well adapted to stone fruits,
as they will eat this fruit while calves
will not. Sheep are also good stock
for old orchards, as thov will eat al
most any kind of fruit, and their drop
pings are an excellent fertilizer for
fruit trees. Large orchards may also
furnish much green soiling food for
stock, and thus bring a considerable
prolit outside of fruit. If the farm is
nearly all devoted to fruit, stock may
yet bo profitable; for after using all the
food grown upon the larm purchased
food may be used witli a prolit on thu
growth, beside tho manure produced.
Stock feeding is the cheapest method
ot producing tho compensating fertility
for the fruit carried oil' cur by year.
Audit matters not how large or how
small mav bo the orcharding, some
branch ot stock feeding should be car
ried on as auxiliary to fruit farming.
As grass is king, the whole business
may be summed up in four words
grass, fruit and stock. National Live-
I'tfjrs from DiH'eronl Hrccils of 1'ouUry.
A correspondent of the Ohio Farmer
says: "Alter repeated experiments
with the different varieties, and com
parisons with others who havo experi
mented in tho same direction, I have
concluded that the laying capabilities
of the principal varieties aro about as
I.ight brahinas and partridge co
chinseggs, 7 to the pound; lay l.'JUpor
Dark brahinas eggs, 8 to the pound;
lay 120 per annum.
Hlack, white and bull' cochins eggs,
H to the pound; lay l'2" per annum.
ITymout h rocks eggs, 8 to tho pound ;
lay ISO per annum.
Iloudans eggs, 8 to tho pound; lay
151) per annum.
I. a Fleeho eggs, 7 to the pound; lay
l.'H) per annum.
Hlack Spanish eggs, 7 to the pound;
lay 1 lu per annum.
Leghorns eggs, (.) to tho pound; lay
1G0 per annum.
llamburgs eggs, 9 to the pound; lay
1.10 per annum.
Polish eggs, 9 to the pound; lay 12.0
Hantams eggs, 1(5 to the pound; lay
90 per annum.
An English newspaper reports that
a recent prize light was attended by
two or throo noblemen, and more than
one magistrate, and declares that such
Bcenes occur almost weekly.
A Hit;)' Man.
A Milwaukee man while in Chicago
recently sent a bouquet of flowers to a
relative in a Wisconsin town, and when
lie heard from them thov had arrived
four days aftor being shipped, wilted
and dead. Ho was mad, and talking it
over with a railroad man, the railroad
er said: "You must not expect too
much of an express agent. Now that
bouquet had to pass - , I unction, and
I know the express agent there, l.o is
the depot agent, express agent, keeps
a restaurant, is post mas or, acts as
switchman, helps unload freight, clicks
baggage, keeps a store, works a team
on the road, drives passengers to ad
joining towns, is sexton in a church,
buys country produce, keeps tho hay
scales, runs tho caucuses of both polit
ical parties, goes out shooting chickens
with hunters, keeps a pool table, has a
mill for grinding sugar cane, and runs
a hop yard, besides helping his wife
run a 'millinery store. Now, a man
that has as much business as that
ought to bo excused for lei ting a bou
quet remain in the express ollico a
Week or ten days." The man who sent
the bouquet said conic to think of it
they were mighty lucky to get the
flowers at all, and he would apologize
for any words he might have spoken
in the heat of debate. What tho coun
try wauls is a diversity of industries.
One of Little Johnny's stories: One
day Mr. Hiilv, the wicked sailor, was
going by old ( taller s, and he found bun
diggm' a well, and a boy waspullin1 up
the rocks in a bucket with a winlas. So
.lack give the boy ten cents and said:
" You go and git sum candy, and Flo
pull up for j on till you git back," and
th! boy done it. Then Jack he puts his
bulldog in tho bucket and let it down;
and the dog it jump out in the well with
(inll'or. wieli halloed wild, and the doy
too. Then ho cot old (Jall'orsos cat and
pitch that down too, and the dog tackled
the cat between (Indorses logs, and the
cat run up (Jailer like he was a tree, all
yellur like Injens, there wasent never
such a lite! After a while Jack ho let
the bucket down and hauled old (billet
up with the winlas, looking mity boat
and his closo tore. Fore (Jall'ur code
get his broth Jack sod: "Tell yer wot.
(Jailer, if I hadn't come along yude had
a pietty rough time ot it. Iges, cos that
boys gon for a other eat.'1 -San Fran
Kiehard Andeel, tho (Jerman eth
nographical scholar, has just completed
a compilation of statistics relating to
the Hebrews of the world. He gives
the whole number in Fiiropo at .0, l(i(!,
.'I2(i; in Africa. 10:2, WIG; in Asia, 1-S'J,-817;
in America. .'107.9(5.!; in Austria,
20,000; and tho total number as 8,080,
l.TJ. Stout John Hancock's chair, tho
one in which ho sat when he signud his
name to the Declaration of Independ
ence, now stands in St. Paul's Church
it Norfolk, V:i.
Tin: Suwlan Artus, Loulsvlllo (Ivy.) ob
servus: A Woodbury (N. JOpiqier niuiillons
thu cure ot the wife of Mr. .Jos. II. .Mills, of
that place, by St. .lauubd Oil. .Shu had rheu
matism. Tin: boy who lias been as lively ns a crick -ot
all Miiii'iuur suddenly allows a predilection
for licailu-jlio at the llr.it sound of the school
Tin: Menaslia (Wis.) J'ren says : A. (r.ui
Ror, Ksq., of this city, uses St. .laeobsOllon
his horses with decided sueeess and prolit.
Tin: Paper-Tnvlc .hvirnul Hays miking
collins of paper Is rather ruiiiilii"; thu tiling
into tin1 ground.
Die. It. V. IMiutn:, buffalo, X. V.: ?ir
.So 1 have advised inanv ladle to try your
Favorite Prescription" and neer see It
fail to dl moie than vou advertise.
Yours trulv, .Mas. A. M. IIankin,
141 Kates street, Indianapolis, hid.
A M.unr.x wants to know how to avoid
having a mustache cjhio on her upper lip.
Oxi: cannot but admire the unassuming
modest) of tough, tilngy ham. 'Ihiivv.iv
it hide's awav in the dim recescs o.f the
sandwich is quite pathetic.
Tm: (I icon of Lngland Is worlh s8),()00,
00D. It Is e.islei for a ounel to go through
the eye of u needle Hi. in lor a rich man to
outortlio Kingdom of (Sod.'' No wonder
thai they say " Imd s.ive the (Jiieeu!"
Tin: discoverer of the last cmnei got S'JtV;
for It. mil he didn't have to deliver tin
goods either. That's the kind of business
to go into, young inaiii no oitilav ncii,red,
no hioel; of fjnods in i-.ury, no wie or ii
sii rani"-, no deliveiy charges. All vou'vr
got to s.iv Is: "'1 lieroN vour comet, take n,"
ami pocket the "'J11'. Next to the apothe
cary business, ii' tlie best p.niiu timitr
Wo know of. Huston Jmt'il.
Ol'lt noighlor hoaststhat his cabinet or.; in
has sixteen stops. Until Is not the stnjo
unit wo object to; it is mo ucguiiiings unu
coiillnutUK.i"'. --"'" J'rnnxtriiit,
C.UUtli'. was sK veal's old and quite a
model ot i roprletv ; but one day sue sii.ieUeu
her mother by uoim; something ver hum u
like oi.dniarv imiigtitv ehdilien. 'Win,
Cm rle!" exclaimed Mis. 11., "how i; ubi
you do Mich a thing''' "Oilier little girls
do so," leplled lairlu. "lint that doesii'i
mako li light, does itl'" asked .Mrs. JS.
"No," answered Carrie, with deliberation,
"but it makes it a good deal more com
JAY Ciou.U controls ij.(J."i0,0l)0,O)(l, but he
ulwav.s thumps a watermelon befoie bin in,;
it, and insists on down vi eight when pur
chasing a pound of sugar. Iktvud b'r
An Inquisitive old gent poked his bead in
a piinting olliee door and asked: "Who i
de.iuP' Tho man at tho wheel ansvveied:
" Nobody that I have heard of." The old
gent asked: "What Is this crape on tin
door foijr" The boss then went out and
found that thu "devil" had hung the job
otllee towel on the door knob while lie
chased a lame pigeon up an alloy.
It Is tho clean table-cloth that catches the
curly greubo spot. Jaiktnuack Jtcjmbdcan.
YofNO, middle nir'il, or old men, suffer
hit; from nerv mis debility and kindred u cuk
ileuses, should send two slntnps for largo
treatNe, giving successful treatment.
WOIII.D'S DlHIT.NSVUY MltlllCU. ASSOCIA
TION, Huffalo, N Y.
It must hnvo been dull music for Adam
hi his garden home, with no one to talk
with nliout the crops, tho cattle, tho lions,
ducks and geese.
Ir you are billons, take Dr. Pierce's
"Pleasant Purgative Pellets," tho original
' Little Liver Pills." Of all druggists.
To m:iovn fat. A groat many recipes
have been given; but tho quickest wav Is to
call the soap-greau man. lloston Tiuih
mript. - -
It is no vile drugged stuff, pretending to
bo made of wonderful foreign roots, harks,
te., and puffed up by loin; bogus certifi
cates of pretended miraculous cures, but u
simple, pure, effective medicine, niittlo of
well known valuable remedies, that fur
nishes Its own cortllleates bv Its cures. Wo
refer to Hop Hitters, the purest and best of
medicines. See another uoluinn. Jtepub-
DoN'tJudgoa man too hastily when you
see him coming out of a public house wip
ing his mouth. His action Is an Inu-slgultl-caiit
A Ninilliirv Mcihimc.
Life and health are preserved by carefully
aiding nature whenever It shows lack of '
ability to carry on Its work. For torpid
liver, bowels or kidneys, no other remedy
equals Kidney-Wort. It Is sold ill both dry
mid liquid form by all I)rugglsts.--tu i. ,
ltt'it-llllBs, ICoill lici,
ltats, cats, mice, ants, linn, Insects, cleared
out by "Hoitith on Kills" 15.-, druggists.
Ir nllllctcil with Sore Eyos, use Dr Isaac
Thompson's Eye Water. I)i ugglsts sell It. -."c
lli:iiHN(iNHrssi.Si.vi:. best family salvo
in the world, and excellent for stable use.
An Inferior nrtlclo Is dear at ony price. He
member this, and buy Fruiter Axle Urease.
BII1S. LYDIA E. PIHKHAM, OF LYNN, MASS,
The PoHltlvf Titro
fur oil (linno I'nlnl'iil Cniiinlnlnl nml AVVnlnpii4
.uciiiiimini toinirlioi.1 fi'iuulo iioiihIuIIiim.
It will rum riitlrely llio worst form nf l'i innlo Com-
lilnliitH, nil ovnri-tii tniuhloii, Iiillntiiiiuitloii ami Ulrcr.i.
lion, I'nlllnir nml IH qilncriin'iitH, nml llio ronscfineiil
Kilnr.l W'riikm id, ami Is particulaily (ulntctl to tho
C'liano of I. if i'.
H will iliiiwhn nnilrxiiol tumors fnini tliontrnii In
nn early tit.iftoof iloviliiment. Tho Icmlrrrytiirnii
ci'ioiHlillltn ir llii'io Is checked vrrj kh'imIII) liy IH Uko
It ri'iiiDVt'M fiUnlnom, MaMlency, tli troyiirll crnvliiK
for FtlmuIaiitH, ami icllpvni wcnluioiH (if llir-itniimoh.
It cures llloiitlnc, t'cailnchoK, Norvoim IY'istratlon,
(lencrn.1 Debility, hlcoiiIeannH, liiiircNuloti mill lml.
That fccllnc of tirarlrur ilown.rniirln pain, weight
nml lincliarhn, IhiiIwuvh ncrmniiriiUy ruitil bv Its imu.
It will at all tlmci nml umtcr nil clrciiiin tnnron act In
Unrmonr Willi tho laws that kovciii llio fi ninh fstcm I
For tlio euro ot Kidney Complaints of either uixthH
Comiiouml la unrurtHUHpil.
IAIUV J:. lMVKIIAAI'H VKflr.TAIII.i: COM.
I'OUMIIn prepared at 1U3 nml 235 WoHtnin Avoniic, l
I.ynn,Ma. I'rirojl. RItliottleiiror JS. hent by tnnll '
In tho form of pain, nluo In tho form of lozcnura, on I
receipt of price, Jl r'r hoc forrlther Urn I'lnklmin
froolyanworM nil letters of liniulry. RemI for puinple .
let. Adiln'M as ftliov". Mention thin ltir. J
No family should bo without I.YDIA 1 I'lNKKAM'B
i.ivr.u i'll.l.b. Tlioy euro constipation, bllkiusuocei
ind torpidity ot tlio liver. 2S cenU imr box.
Sold Lj IIDKIIISO.N, PLl'iniEK i CO.. Chingt, IIL
KOIt H.ll.i: 111' lICL'JINTN.
Rrr Ccryuuvyyifi tirMfcrol'pC4AZnJL
Bfla-qsaxC &itMvffyuZcClM.6riJL axSn.
3?or CJlxillra nnd DPovor
AND ALL DISEASES
Cstusod ly Miiliii'lul I'olaoiilinr ( llio Klood.
A WAIIRANTKD OUIIE.
Price, I .OO. Forsnlvby all DriicKtst.
Onlhe line of Hi
WISfO.SI. fBMll, B. II,
For full pnrllniliirM wlii. h will Im tn-n '"r mUW Hi
iiaici.i:s I ( OI.IIY,
I. mill oiniiilsittniit'i', .'VIllw aiiLtt, Wis.
6,000 AOENT8 WANTED, TO BELL THE UFE OP
o..l,.letc(l.,,l,lllll.I,.1,llll.n.l It... I.ll.
J'Mfiisi li Illustriil.'il V- w ti'i-l I'.mr.ilr f JAIC
I 1 1. 1. It, lie llll'l ivor Itlinli I'onriilis i.f hi VV tfu
uud Moiher (.mil no the MirKcms Uv I nlilii. I s. i-uo
oftJif Miiiutlnir Hi. hlek ( li.imli. i. th Kniierul I'u
pant. At '1 In ..id) c. .mill. I. .mil ninlu'iiili w..rk
'lliiM' Is ii rorl.iiit. lor Air.'.iU lli'st In llio
OclU llli this llmtk, (liill)l fiOc. Speuk rpili-k.
IIUHItAUn HKDM., Clilcaiio, 111.
nunoniici nunnaTiwr nn i e m a
rHiiouno runuHiivc riLLO .,w iticu
Illood. and will completely cIiiiiiko tin- blood In tin en
tire system In three months Any pi rson who ullliukf)
1 pill eucli nlnht from 1 to Hi wiek's inu he n stored
to sound lit-ullli. If such it think' bo possible hind ev
erywhere, or sent by mall for rt lelicr stumps. I. 8.
Joum.0", A 0o.. llostoij, Mitts., furiurrl) lluiik'or.Mc.
w$l rw"v y?M
...- .- s.AA.l
iw mnn mi
a wuvvw i
lti-niiu It nets on tlio 1,1 VIM. IIOWKI.S
aliii KlltSr.YS nt tlio muiio time.
Tlrpnusn It cleanses Uib system of the poUon-
iou humors Uinlcloveloeo la ICulnry nnd UrI-
Innry Dltenno,llUloiiineii, JnundK'O, Conatl.l
jpstlon, riles, or in lllioutniuiiiiii, wcurnium,
INerrous unorders mm I'omnin i-ouipinimo.
nnn what rnorr.r. hay i
niipenc II MIpiIi, of .1 linn City. KsnsBS,
iiHilJn, I.IiIikm WoitfiltPil iMmnniT iruulnr 1'IIJf
Jftlilniialmil Im-imi UjIiik oil rui'ni
llr 1..I.H i.inll ..f Wn.l.llii.toll Olllll. mfH
iUliorlniy wnsuivru lilitoilln lir four .ioiiiliint j
LKiniT icinusniiil llmllio ni niU'iH.oiisLiiivu ;i
H M. M. II. (loo.tnlii.nii c.lltor In flim.l..n. OHIO.
inn lin wilt linl onus (ill t lii', linmf tiloateil
licjoiullii'llef, lint Kliliii'jr WoilniiiMllillii.
Alum I Jnnpll nf Hoiilli Nn. in. N Y., snys
lint ..., in vi.ttiMkii1T.i'iin-riohl I nltirv (tOlllllON
flioi.t otli.'i n.iiiiilUiiUuiM s iinlnl lyr llio no of
Jolmll t.nreneoof Jnelm Trim . mlTerrit
for st hi n fit in livrr tuiil lililnri It i iMrs nlnl
ilnflrr inUnif "Imiirls of ollivr iihmIIcWm,"
gJKIilncj Wmt lliuiln lillll tvi'll.
Sj MHiv! Colo of JloiilRiiiiirry Crntrr. Vt..
fnillfi'irilrlKliI jnusvrltli Wilin illllliiul anil
Vnu inexlilii In winU Miliny f.uit lotnls !ilm
WH" well en i' in "
ffiflfiM R bM N FJ sfcfJPMFfi (9
L?4 .... 4 t t I r-t r n
PERMAIIbN I UV uuuuo
y LIVER COMPLAINTS,
Wnnncflnnflnn niiri PltoS.
tflt Isimt no In Iry cE'liilile ' 1"'1" '"
tlnenns.nnoiHirUiiKOor wlileli nmsnii x iuntU
(itnirillrlne AikoIo I.lijnlil l-nrni. rry Cm
ccnlruti'.l, for tli. to llml caunul leu lily pro
t V it net tlth equal tfflclc icy in either form
f.KT IT ATTIIH DUL'iail .ih. M.ll 1
WIII.I.S. UlCII.MtDSONA.to.. I
(Wlllnoiul tlinilrjr ioit .mill.) Ill lll.lsf.
CQNSUMPTiai! CAN BE CURED I
Curos Consumption, Colds, Pneumonia, Influenza,
Bronchial Dllllcultlcs, lironc'illls. Hoarseness,
Asthma, Croup, Whooping Cough, and all Diseases ol
llio Breathing Organs. It soothes nnd heals tho Mem.
lirano ot tho Lungs, Inflamed anil poisoned by tho
tllscaso, nnd prevents thu night siveats and tight
ness across tho chest which accompany it. CON
SUMPTION is not nn Incurable malady. HALL'S RAL
SAM will euro you, even though professional aid fails.
THE ST. LOUIS WIIDLAND FARMER
In itiu lieit mill rtirtipent Aixrlfiilt urn) MonUily Xunnv
inlii'jii. Noi'liilm We nlniily ii'k n nil for iu:li
niiiKiTiinion i.vi'iy ruriiKr mhiihii i.tnuiimiii'ii nine
jchih Siunplo i'oiy for :l cent miuii AiIiIii'hh
, IVIIIII,AM IMKMI'.lt, HI. I... ill., Mi.
ftftHIMTQ Wnnlnd tnv'lleroexofthe I'laln'
NIJi&IDh I wili"r"'i.ti'ri('liiiokof lliilllliiKlliintlns
Liiil Imlpin Aihi'iniiii k. rl' i:ik'i'. n lllucliiillonK,
II. r.ilnleil I'ltllei Ap iiIhiiiv HflllnU l In IIO iiiluy.
1 ml ( luilU. ri it IIIiiiuM i lii'iilum mid ictiut In'c.
AN 1.1 N J.II N. l'i mi.ihiikii, bt. I.uiiIh. Mo.
' K?!RUTC eiumiH fur IkioUh Unit nu know will
AllilrllO Ml: "I.1IV-oll'i.-lclenl Jn. U.lil."
"lli'loi'H nf the I'IiiIiih." -ll ilili'rdiilliiWM." " l.nws
jf lltmlniKH " ll(A WAI.DlUlN l'il , St Louis, Mi),
iicisii i:i:ai)i.h a.vi
llihl tileci h III iiroso nml
vur.ii, 25 cts
Any iinwsdciiler or iiuokni'llcr
1G2 A 1GG Gtato Street Chicago,
Will Min 1 prrptl t to Any aMmi, Ui!f
for if" l . I4H piprt, vwi i.nirrittiijt 06
liitlruiiifiito. ."miIU, t m. Itflu Font i
miift, httillrt(.t ( up I tiii Hitihi
rtllll MntMr'l StitriiJ Mil Kiinfrv
lUu.i OulflK, ItriTtlrliK Mulrrii kUj in-
i J tittt Imtnit lion nn.l Lur utt fir Atntlrur
llauJl, kiitl iftUlcicu o( hvhn Hiti Muik,
AGEKTS WANTED S,
i.v u.un I'isKKu ETSa PROFESSIONAL
TUN A eolln Hon of
Ills must lull) tikiilil.',
tin llllni; "d hii7iiril
ails cilm n.lul.i u from
privutu rnvmls anil
MvkH IMlxniK l'i n
lllilKtlutnl. loir III
... . .ill ...ll. VITV
AND THE DETECTIVES.
itipliflv Hfinlfoi luruoclnMilarnnil special terms Aildr's
.. O, NETTLETON i CO. , 27 & 20 N. Clurlt St. , Chicago.
AlUl till) IIKHT MAl'IIIM'tlV 111 till
BORINCl ind OltlLLINQ WELLS by
Hortn or Sluam Howar !
llooi: vvrr Adores
LOOMIS&NYMAN TIFFIN OHIO
Acrnts wiiiitr.l, t5 n I)ht inmln
scllliiK nnr M.VV IKIl.nKIIOI.It
AltrU'l.l.Sand r A31II.YM AI.K.
Wurliiiip t I1" ."m limit .50.
JOUkblil. fel.Al.1. 1 u .LlUCIUUttll, O.
I nflwflo'flntQ ( nn secure pormnn.'iii .inployincnl
MUli'l nml Ntoi'UliiKNiiiMioi'tci's,. i . tuimiilrouUh
J-iee. AOdless Uiicfii City Misifiiil'i' Co., (Jin., rt
A MONTH-AGENTS WANTED -00 Urt
'ellliiKiir Ides Oi ihi. wi. rid lMiiiiipleVvd,
iVAdili i utility lli'oiixiu, Iii'ii.ill. Midi.
ARPHTQ ('ln llloni'V with Ir. Cluisn's New
nULHIO Keccliil llonU, N. wly r vised and ell-
"4rKL'u- Vi"H.i Address Clmiu
i i'uiik mo., loieuo.u.
" itC.Wrill.HU ID
tt ftee. UoikIi iniarau.
107 Wutiiuli av.CldcatfO.
I llit'i'iilTriicls. Mistakes of Mune-i mid ApiiHlli's,
J.J heiidsirtuipfnr prlios to llr DudK''. IaIiui n, Kim.
Olfl A DAY. Howtomakeit. Sniiictliliiir.Vowfor
S I U AtlKM'S. ,Juii,YuM.L..fht. Louh.Mo.
I.liiiiry i'oliirril Nlim's for children wllllio fusliloti.
iihlc the uuiuIhk scHton. i:siechill I'uarl Color.
A 1 ILN'TH WA.V'I'r.ll for tin- llcst nnd Fustpst
SelllUK rictorlitl Hooks and Illlilt'i Trices icdni cd
I HI per cent Nittluiial 1'ulillshtllKCu , CIiU'iiko, 111.
Dr. Undue, rjin'mt HiirKi'tin, bt Louis, treats Files,
Kupiiiro uud 1'lstiihi with success. JXU Dickson Hi.
A. N. K.
If'fK.V ll'KTJ.VO TO AltWllTISEllS,
ptrnne Htty you uuw tho .lifitrUe'icul
Ol (his vojicr, -.-...
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