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Dot. Very Good Article Can lie Produced The Original ronn.Iatlon of th9 Chewing
bv Farmer' meet, j Cim of Commerce.
Some families desire to make the -What is cliuwinggumma.U! from?"
cheese for family ue- It is true, cheese ' repeated .1 very largu producer in
can not he made of such uniform tcx- 1 Bruoklvu of the now almost universal
ture and quality as where all the appli- , lv usod substance to a reporter, who.
since. are at hand, as in a well-ordered with others, was being shown around
cheesf factory. Nevertheless, by using the extensive works. "That is one oi
care, a Better cheese maybe made than ' the secrets of the trade, and ive have
is usually found in country stores. The J 0 desire to give it awav. Suffice it to
very best rennet must be used, and I sa-r there are few onlv vho know its
proper attention he paid to the temper-' original foundation, for that is dis
ature of the milk during the process of , gniscd completelv in the confections
manufacturing. The rennet (the w,ich are placed around it."
fourth stomach of a calf before it ha: J This n.piv onh- excited the curiosity
eaten gras) should be at least si; ' Qf the reporter, and while looking out
months old one year is better anc , f one of the windows of the works he
must have been kept perfectly dry. noticed a large truck, bearing on its
Jut a rood sound rennet in a gallon sjde the name .f a wWl-known candle
crock eont -hring three quarts of warm manufacturer of New York. The truck
-water, a teacup full of salt, and if a -was heavilv laden with bags of some
handful of sage leaves are added it will kind of substance evidently intended
give a delicite sage flavor to the I for use in the work-. Following up
cheese. Soak three days, or until a , tliij clew the reporter called at the can
teaspoonful of the rennet extract stirred die factorv in ouotion. and learned
in a teactipful of milk will curdle it in
fifteen minutes. The strength is then
right. Then take out the rennet, dry '
again thoroughly, and it will then do
to soalc again v.itn a fresh rennet.
Strain off the liquid extract into bottles,
tightly corked, and keep in as cool a
place as poiblc subsequently kerosene which can also
To make whole milk cheese, strain be further refined. Tne refuse is a yel
the milk in a clean tin lniler. setting low scale, which can be made into hard
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k on the range where it will remain at
11IVIV illltml ln.nt 1T" 4..H- S il.iirro..c Sttf
near blood heat or say b. degrees. Stir
in a gill of the liquid rennet to sixty (
pound- (thirty quarts) of milk. Stir ,
umii uioroiigmy mixeu. iei n sianu j
lor twenty minutes, or until curdled
il, ..,.! .-1 1.1 l.- i . ....:-.!
... U4 -''" " reau, iui cuuing , emiar nature wtien tnus preparcu mar. It 5s st:ltPj that over J0.000 Ameri
ly that time. Cut in squares, so the jf once chewed upon, it will almost in- ca ,)I:im)5 have bocI1 shiped to Itu;sia
-whey may separate from the curd; heat voluntarily cau-e the person in whose ( ; la,t tw, VtfarA Thi w iU cslll.lia
gradually to not over CG degrees, let niollth it may be to continue the work ' ,. so ,uanv ,., Anarchists come
Maim uu ine wney rises 10 tne top 01
curd, then break the curd in pieces
-with the hands, carefully so as not tc
art the white whey, and thus loose
some of the richness 0f the cheese. '
When the curd i- pretty well broken
do not hurry this operation, break t:j
very irently raise the temperature by
a grail ual heat till the curd is sea ded
sufficiently, not over 110 degrees, then
dip into n muslin strainer, laid over a
rack, or spread oxer a good-sized mar
ket basket, so as to allow the whey tc
drain from the curd. The curd must
ie cut line and worked all the time it
is hcatiuir. so it will not adhere to-
jrether- When the whey is drained
otT. salt and put curd immediately to
press. This pressure should be jrrad-
ually increased. j
Jf one has not -uffieient milk to make
to cheese at one ettinir, the curd from
the fim lot can be liunjr away in a cool
place liefore -altinp. and remain until
the next batch is ready for c:ildini;;
then it can be cut fine and added to the
fresh curd when it is being scalded,
and treated the same as if freshly
made. It is much more work to make
cheese from thi? double curd jiroces?
than from one .-etling. and liable to a
le.-? successful result.
The curd may be waited at the rate
of near half an ounce of salt to each
pound, say three ounces to ti or seven
pound-. Th: salting i not so much
for flavoring as to check the tendency
to putrefactive formati n. The saline pure parafiine wax wa-j used as soon as
taste in old cheese is due not so much it is refined, it would be a simple taste
to the alt ued as to the formation of less substance, and consequently less
ammoniacal salts in the process of re- attractive than in the forms it is now
pre ing. The pressure on the cheese sold."
in the press must be regulated by c:r- -As chewing gum is cheap, would it
cunistances up to 1,500 to 2,000 not pay better to make the so-called re-
vv nen tne cneese is taxen irom tne
.press it should be bandaged with
cheese cloth to keep it from spreading,
The temperature of the curing room
should be about G4 degrees. The
higher the temperature the quicker the with it. or it would go to waste A
ripening. Turn every day. greasing market has theref re bi-en found
with whey butter as occasion may re- among the chewing-gum nianufactur
quire. to prevent cracking, or hi lua crs, who get it at an almost nominal
of this with unsalted butter. After Ur. rate. Hence the profit, despite the cheap
chec-e becomes firm, turn only as oty ' price at which it is sold." -V. Y. Mail
casion may require, the ripening pre-
cess requiring two cr three months.
Farm. Field and Sto kman.
GOOD EGG CONDIMENT.
Mixture Contniriiiiir ilic Kentinl EI
iiu-nt for I'roilnciiiK Ksks.
e do not leiicve m condition pow-
tier.4- U tlllllllaiC Hie IlllVslCai SV.SIcm,
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iinloaMt i lor :i s:,t.ai purpose ;
define!, nor m co.ulmieutal food tc
tone up the system in a general way.
:i snecial purnoe are al. right An an-'
thority. in relation to a special prepa
ration in addition to the regular food,
irivos tne following formula as acce-'
.-ory in promoting eg lading: j
Ground bone, one pound (olios-'
phoric acid and lime): ground meat or
blood, three iiountlv (mtro'renous,
funning albumen): linseed-meal, one-.
. ,r , , -. , ,
Half-pound (nitrogenous carbon ice-
1 , , ... 1 f j .-
ous. :-nd laxative, used for regulating '
.1 , , x 1. . i " .
the liowel-): charcoal, one pound ,
, -,t ... ,- , I
in-l for liroiiiotilif !i''stin ntul n-
si-ting to correct acidiu). sulphur, one
ounce (a necessary contitti nt of an '
vi'S. and assies in warding ofFdisease);
salt, half pound (very necessary, and .
often neglected): ground ginger, two j
ounce6: red pe: per. one table-spoonful;
,. . --p, .
fenugreek, half a pound, gentian, one
ounce (.-timuiants and correctives);
chloride of iron, one ounce (an invi''-
orator of the system.)
Thee contain the esentinl ilfmtitc
for producing egg-, in addition to the '
or.Lnarv food. " (Jive a tablc-noonfnl '
of the mixture once a dav for to,, l,..
in .-oft food Farm, lie d and Stock- '
?n a lett'-r written bv a 3-01111 man
living in Sylv.-tnia. to a Irien i in Tole
do, and descriit ng a m .-iiap that had
taken place u dey or two before the
following p:i-.-ngo occurred Tiie
darned old w.:gg.:; ;"r.t over and -nil:
dad and aiiotiu-r i,arre. of bcsriuzcrUw j
ditch. 'iolcd'j American.
that the substance delivered at the I
chewing gum factory was the refuse of (
petroleum after the kero-ene oil had j
been extracted. The informant said:
The orndi- i..irilMim is i.r.-s-ed 1111-
til the black oil is extracted. This is
. . , .7. .
refined and prod
uroduces liarnffine and
parafline wax. used in the manufacture
11 - TM. 11 1
of candles. The same Yellow scale
can. by a process known to the chew- '
ing-gum makers. le made into a soft '
wax which will yield easily to the nc-
tion of the teetii. It is of such
,. . , .,
"But kerosene oil has a nasty taste
and smell, whiie chewing gum has
True; but you must remember that
the oil has been squeezed out. or at
least the greater part of it. If you
were to take the yellow scale as it first
comes from the nress. it would doubt
less have some of the fame taste and
smell that you speak of; but after it
has been subjected to several processes,
and artfully hidden under the essences
contained in the confections which
cover the chewing gum. few would
reconizt the vellow scale or refuse oi
the petroleum." J
"But is not the substance injurious
to health?' !
"Not more so than any other kind oi
wax. Of course, excessive ue of any
thing: may prove injurious. The great- '
et e-il that 1 can surmbe would be in
the extraordinary exercise of the sail-
vary glands, thereby depriving them
of that force which nature gives to
them when requiring their ue in the
proper mastication of food. Of course j
1 am now onlv sneakinr of the ietro- '
leuni basis of the chewinjr prumaso!d.
.. A (
and have no knowledge of the composi
tion of what covers the little cakes in
the shape of a confection. The latter
is naturally taken into the stomach,
while the waxy portion is generally
thrown away after it has served its
purpose as a chewing irum. If tin
fuse into parafiine wax candles?
"it wouiu. it tncre was :.s large a ue-
mand for the candles, as there is scale
made in the process of getting out the
oil. There being so much yellow scaTe
produced, something has to be done
The Maiden and the Viper.
To the faniilv of a settler, who re
sides some half a league from Para- ,
inetta. wa an invalid daughter of -in
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;i aifuiiiij urn- ruiiuiiui auui iiuuii in
, - , . .
a haniinocK swunir between two sun-
,....- o.,....j, w..v ..v.. .w.w.wv... ...
til stand:inl!, ; thc s,I!lllc of the
j,iazzsu0 wheu . ,ras smUU-nW awak- !
i by 6onictililIS coUl and '
iiintf MtirriTic- tiinilT hr tiirnt S
ut her hand to the spot and clasped
the body of a snake just back of the
head, and, with a horrified cry,
wrenched with all her strength to pull
it away. 'J his was the first instinctive
action of the moment, but so great was ,
her terror that he speedily lost nil con
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however, still grasped the snake where '
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she had first seized upon it and with
, . . . . , t
such a convulsive force that the crea-
ture was rendereil powerless. Ihecrv'
of the terrified girl brought the futhi-r j
from within the house, wno instantly
came to her relief; but in the fit which j
her fright had induced her hand slow
ly contracted about the creature's j
throat with a force which she could not
possibly have exerted when awake.
5 and. before her fingers were unclasped
bv the aid of a bit of hammock cord. '
thc reptile was completely strangled.
Fortunately the creature had not bit-
len ,he J:'rl befre sl,C Se"ZC'11 U and
aftpr that k wcs un;iblc to ll It. is
said to have been four feet long and of
a P0'0"01" species. Under tic Soulh-
A medical authority says there are
some peop e who can breathe ewer
gas with impunity. We kin.w that it
i-so. The plumber, for instance, can
live ard thrive for weeks in a liou-e
wnere lie savs it i siucjtte lor the
familv ty rciuaiu another dav. To
That would he a weak enterprise
which could not stand a loan.
Giants are not particularly happy.
An overgrown man has a grewsome
look. A". 0. Picitjunc.
Women are the dearest, cutest
creatures in the world, but they can't
tell how a shoe fits until they see the
number." Bingluimtan Republican.
it is a little strange that among all
the eminent nieu who have recently
written of "books which have helped
me" none hould have mentioned the
dictionary. 'cw Kaccn Xeirs.
Mrs. Chargeitpleasc "Good morn
ing. Hr. Tapeuiea-ure. I should likf
to aee something hi the way of a small
check." Mr. Tapemeasnre (fervently)
So should I." Detroit Free Press.
find me hiding mv
U'zlit under a
bushel." remarked Mr.
McSwillige'i. in the course of a di
eu-sioa with his wife. "You don't
need to." was the somewhat acrid re
ply; "a quart measure is quite large
eno.igh." Pittsburgh Chronicle.
"Dear me," said the little Boston
boy, after intellectual suasion had failed
and they had ?pauked him for the first
. .. 1 ,. .1 .....i .i. i:..i.. ..- ...
time; 11 1 u uuu niu sublimit sur-
pieion that the resultant sensation was
so poignant I should never have invited
the experiment." Puck.
Hn-jband (in the early morning)
What arc you going through my
I ' tUU UU (WB-'"'m t,llUtaa
j kjls for. invilear?" Wife-"A little
change. John." Husband "Have you
no money of your own? lfe "le:
but it is so much easier to find a man's
pocket. John, than a woman's." Ilur-
to this country. The outlaw.'; are labor
ing under the comforting delusion that
nil the pianos in this country have been
sent to Russia. Xorristotsn Herald.
Mr. Caenove "Of course we shall
see you at Newport this season, JIi
IVtndexter?" Mrs. Puindexter "i;
I've been thinking of Saratoga." Mr.
Cazenove "But it's so awfully warm
there." Mrs. Poindexter "You for
jret, Mr. Cazetiove. that I passed three
years in Newport while waiting fi'
divorce papers. If any tiling cm he
warmer than that I'd like to know it."
Pas?t'iiger(to stranger) "Minister
of the gospel. I imagine, sir?'' Stranger
"Ye, :r. 1 have been a minister of
the gospel for forty-two years, but 1 ex
pect to retire soon." Passenger
That is a very sensible move. sir. I
think when a man has made money
enough in his business lie ought to get
out of it and enjoy himself." .V. J. S;w.
Southern California!! "Don't want
to buv an orantre "rove, eh? Onlv an
:ir;isi?" Stranger "1 am an artist.
..,,,1 vvas advised bv mv friend. Joaquin
it:!!..- t ..,. t riff,,!-,,;., f..n t...it.w
.1A.11J1. 4V Wl.ll K7 ttlH'tiHt.il -,,i. .
instead of goin to Italy. He say-
California is the true color lain! of the
"lobe. I was just thinking of painting
the ue.tutifiil landscape before me."
-That all belongs to me. mister, every
foot of it; but i'il let you make a oiet
ure of it for half the profits." Omaha
Literature of English etiquette
conveys the valuable information that
Dukes' elde-t son take precedence
over Earls, but the Dukes' younger
tons have to fall in line behind Earls'
and Marquises' eldest sons, and so on
down. The graduation is a little com-
' plicated over there, but on thi-. side of
.i. ,,-.,-. -ill ilmiht k -..nmr..i! In- mi
simple rule of lettiii" the drum major
e!lli the vvjljle l)Vocion. Pittsburgh
PRESERVING THE HAIR.
. Valuable Susuetiouit, Erlrtpntly OITerec!
! bi it Married Mnti.
, A young gentleman, whom we never
' Misiieeted of vanity, but whose evident
tendency to baldness we have often de-
j plored. a-.ks us how to preserve the
( hair. He requests that our reply be
strictly confidential: but knowing the
character of the postmistress in his
tw". prefer to run no risks, and
accordingly answer in cold type.
I ii.'rc! are several well accroilitod
n1til,s nf nriwi-inir t:i li-iii- 1-
c,m.,t,. . I,.,rn trii.il iunn f tln.-M
sonant, we nave irieu none oi iiie.n.
but have kept .1 careful record of tho.-
recommended by our baldot friends
To avoid any invidious distinction bo-
tweeii them we submit the several
met hods in alphabetical order:
A Arrogate no authority in
B En in every night as early as
shutter can be procured.
C Carry up coal w hen requested.
D Don't dictate.
E Eat what is set before you.
F Fix the lire before going to bed.
G Govern with wisdom the dog.
H Hold your tongue when addressed.
I Incline to instant obedience.
J Join nothing except stovepipc.
K Keep off the carpet.
L Look sweet when lulling the baby.
M Make merry with tiie wood pile.
X Never look a new bonnet in the
O Ostracise voarself when tiie sew-
ing circle meets.
P Practice perfect patience.
Q Quash every querulous complaint
K Kender yourself scarce in house-
S Spend and be spent fur the Sisters
of Timbut'too and the House for Incur
T Tend door.
U tps-t nothing.
V Vani-h when callers come.
W Watcli the kerosene lamp and
don't l"t it smoke.
X Xpla i. when cal'.e I upon.
Y Yearn for mother-in-law.
Z Zeus, remember, often and again
gave in to Juno; anil lie had amhroiial
iv'cl- -Burlington Free Press
THE CENTENNIAL EXPOSITION.
TCilch Open In Ctaclanatl July 4.
No event of the past decade has created
as much interest in the whole country as
the cominc of the Centennial Exposition of
the Ohio Valley and Central States, which
opens its doors in Cincinnati on the nation's
birthday (July 4), to continue for one hun
dred days and nights a celebration in honor
of the one hundredth anniversary of tho
settlement of the Northwest Territory.
Unlimited means have been placed at the
disposal of the managers by the enterpris
ing business element of the "Queen Citv, and
nothing is being left undone that will con
duce to the success of the undertaking. In
stead of a local as same suppose it is a
National event, made so by the hearty co
operation on the part of a dozen of the chief
States in the Union, and the encouragement
given it by the fact that "Uncle Sam" in
tends to make an exhibit of his own of the
treasures stored away in Washington City
an appropriation for the moving and care
of which has been recommended by a Con
gressional Committee to whom the matter
The guarantee fund of one million and
fifty thousand dollars, which the Board of
Commissioners have at their command, has
enabled them to provide magnificent quar
ters in which to display the mass of articles
with the permanent building in wnich nu-'
xnerous Expositions on a smaller scale have
been held, and which cost over one million
dollars, will give to thts affair better facili
ties than were ever enjoyed by any thing of
the kind ever held in this country, not ex- i
cepting the famous Exposition in Philadel
phia in ISTti The area of exhibiting space
will be about 700,000 square feet. The tem
porary buildings, when ready for occu
pancy, will have cost no less than a quarter
of a million of dollars, and are models of
architecture, combining all the elements
necessary for the uses to which they will
The Exposition has been advertised for
the past year in a masterly manner, and
there is no s ction of the country that has
tailed to hear of the great event. Applica
tions for exhibiting space have been re
ceived in abundance from every clime, and
there seems to be no reason to doubt its en
tire success, both artistically and finan
cially. SrnncG poets should be pitied rather
than berated: "mercury" and "thermom
eter" are two of the hardest words in the
English language to find rhymes for.
An Icy InviiMou
Of the back and shoulders announces tho
aDpro:ichof chills and fever. You go to
bed. if lucky enough to sleep, you awake in
a furnace, or fancy so. Fierce is the heat
that consumes you. Then comes profuse
sweating. This "over you resemble a hmp,
damp rag. After the first paroxysm, pre
vent another with Hostettcr"6 Stomach let
ters, which knocks out malaria, biliousness,
constipation and kidney complaints.
Wires' is a prettv girl inclined to commit
murder When s"ae is bound on a sleigh
Glesn's Sulphur Soap is infallible for re
HiliS Hair Dye, Black or Brown, 50c.
Tiie woman question ''What are you go
inp to trim it with ?J St. Albans Ucuenyer.
It is a strange lact that slit: dresses can
not be satin.
A Dcblix man Dr. Jekyll and Sir. Hyde
The saving claws a miser's.
Neveii expect a straight tip
crooked man. Picayune.
"When the tailor pets rich it is by shear
industry. Philadelphia Xeuv.
TnE owner of a cremation furnace tries
to earn a living by urnlng the dead. Pitte-
When a printer overloads his stomach at
a feast, it may be prjparly said of him that,
he ha "pied his form.' Oil City Blizzard.
t Theke are few things in life more touch
ing than the umbrella of an average citizen
in an art gallerv. Durliujtm FYcc Pras.
j : .
1 Few girls get such a Bo-az Ruth ha"
I Snr.rrcAL manifestations the rise and
fall of the mercury. Ilottun Po'i.
Legal inconsistency calling forty pages
of foolscap brief."'
The man who writes abegginc letter puts
gall in his ink. IKUr&uryh Chronicle.
VTnEN a person falls into a state of coma
it is usually only for a short period.
A novelist speak of a " cloak cf dark
ness." He doesn't mean the "clothes of
dav " either. Xurrbtwcn Herald
SifiN for a moue v-lcnder lucre here !
' ' : .
j A nickel counter the treasurer of a
street-car company. G'Aden Day?.
I Tnr motto of the faithful book-keeper
' who sticks to his work should be: "I add
The dramatic profession must be
wearying one. Actors are compelled to
work at their play.
TnEun is no such word as ' fail " among
the fruit preservers. Taeir motto is "1
A DELICIOUS BISCUIT
ASK YOUR GROCER. 3FOR-
DWI6HFS "COW BRAND" SODA
A2JD TAKE NO OTHER.
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GRAND JUBILEE cilrtrating tin Settlement of tit Wirthwestem Territory.
SeXCUR&liOii RATES FROM AtL PC1NT8.
Hog Cholera and all
Diseases of Hogs.
K3-GEXrRAL VIRECTIOXS.Vsc freely
In the hog twill. If they will not cat drench
with milt into which a small quantity of
the Oil is pat.
Sold by DrupjisU and Dealers EeersvKcTt.
THE CHARLES A. V0GELEB CO- Baltimore. &
Neiralgfcf Headache. Sore Throat, Sprains,
Bruises, Burns, Wounds, Lame Back,
tod Ml Pains 01 An Itiftaiuaatoit Nature.
SM y Dracsfata. SOc Md 0)1.00.
OXO BOOK Ta.fT.CT FKEC
Address WIZARD OIL CO.,
$93 Sewing; MacMne Fi'ee !
We want cae person m ery villcfe. town and township, to
keepm their buntes line of our Al.T hAMfl.I. tlbo
who will keep andraplrthowtbetessniStleotoUioee ebocall.
will ewntJUfree.lbeTVTy best twinf Machine BiantlaftarrJ
in the warU, with alt the attachment Tbi machiueusuda
afleTthcSlGrnptant.wichheeip:fU Before thepitrnts
run ottt. this vteanirhiae.m itb the attainments, ii ejtlfjr
$1C. it new slia for $.VJ Leader, itxnae atem fo outhnwt
M OM tUtFUL THI.Nti ON UltTll, but you can oeccre one of
taeae marhmeo aeoirrKLr rut, proviJeJ yo.r rr''ia
etmteetn first, frcm your Ioeal.tr. auj if yon will keep in yoar
home tnd obuw to iliose whacall.a oetcf ourefeant auJua
cqoaled art attcitlen Hcttomt aak yon to abew theeeeazs-yleaf-r
mere thin two cental, and tna theybromf yocr
era prprertT Thasrt famrlear oent to you AltOLLTLLT
TlLh cf cult- Ucn- ran we d. 11 tlu eaei! eccusijl We oftea
yt a much at l,tui cr fVu m trae from ecu a mall pUfe,
after our art oaniple have temtioed w her they rouIJ be een fr
ft month or two. A e need one person in each loeslirt , all over
the country, tad ta this mesua of tennnc thm at enc.
Those nho wnteto coat nee, will secure. rkrL.theery lt
Sewinrlarh.nrAuafcturrJ. and the fineet prurral aucrt
inrntof wcrL cf hich art rvvr ahvwn tofrrtbrriu Amenra All
jar.iniUrFltFi;by return tnsil Unte at once; a poul caul
en uliirh lowmetoo will coot you tut on cent, and afWryiU
know all,ohoa!d youcwniIudtoc nofunber, whvno lrm ia
&2SC. cndertal "a it acta. yuti nml DArwfttKl ell U free.
Addrcuix ! XLekLO.Atu-vil
HlfrhPt Honor nt all ; reat Worli!'-. Kxhibit(on tlne
1!CT. luu:jl-.ri:tol)). For Cah. Esy i'cjmeaU,
ur itemed. Cat&loue. 40 y., to. free.
Maon & Hamlin do not ht5t:te to roi the Ttr
onlmarjr claim that ticlr !in are u(nur to all
other?. This thejr attribute tuilrly to tiie rrmarkabl
tmproTemrnt lniroluretl Vr tLm in I-. nw known
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THE GREAT ENGLISH BEKEDY
Do yon feel dull, languid, low-spirited, life
less and indescribably miserable. lKth physi
cally and mentally; experience a sense ot
fullness or bloating after catin?, or of - gone
ness," or emptwrs of rtouiacli in tho morning-,
tonjrue coated, hitter or bad taste m
mouth, irrepular appetite, dizziness, frequent
headaches, blurred eyesight, noaun;r speck3"
before the ees. nervous prostration or ex
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indeacribablo fechug of dread, or of impend
If you have all, or any considerable numbe
of these symptoms, yoa arc siiffennt: troni
that most common of Aracncan nialr.dics
Bilious Dyspepsia, or Torpid Livor. asso.ued
with Dyspepsia, or Indigestion. Ihe moro
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(rreater the number and diversity of symp
toms. No matter what stair" it has reacheo.
Dr. Plercc'H Golden medical Discovery
will aubdue it, if taken according; to direc
tions for a reasonable length of tunc. If not
cured, complications multiply and Consump
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Hbcumatism, Kiducy Disease, or other grave
maladies are quite liable to set in and, sooner
or later, induce a fatal termination.
Dr. Pierce Golden medical Dis
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through that great blood-purifying organ,
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this wonderful medicine lias gamed preac
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Fever. Dumb Ague and kindred diseases.
Dr. Pierce' Golden nodical Di
CURES ALL HUMORS.
from a common Blotch, or Eruption, to thft
worst Scrofula. Salt-rhcum, " i'e'er-sorcs,
Scaly or Itough Skin, in short, all diseases
caused by bad blood aro conquered by this
powerful, puriTyiiis, and invigorating medi
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Erysipelas, Boils. Oirhunclcs. Sore Eyes. Scrof
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plates, on Skin Diseases, or the same amount
lor a Treatise on Scrofulous Aflections.
"FOR THE BLOOD IS THE LIFE."
Thoroughlv clennso it by using Dr. PIcrce'w
Golden Ulcdical Dicovcry and good
digestion, a fair skin, buoyant spirits, vital
strength and bodily health will be established.
which is Scrof nla or tne Lang, is arrL-sted'
and cured by this remedy, if taken m tho
earlier stages of tho disease. From its mar
velous power over this terribly fatal disease
when first offering this now world-famed rem
edy to the public. Dr. Pierce thought scriouslv
of calling it his "Consumption Cciie," bus
abandoned that name as too restrictive for
a medicine which, from its wondertul com
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or blood-clcansmg, anti-bilious, pectoral, and
nutritive properties, b uncqualed. not onlr
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Chronic Disease of the
Liver, Blood, and Lungs.
For "Weak Lungs. Spitting of Blood. Short
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affections, it is an efficient rcmedv.
Sold bv Druggists, at 91.0U, or Six Bottles
J3T" Send ten cents in stamps for Dr. Pierce's
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