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New Philadelphia Times (Newspaper) - August 11, 1887, New Philadelphia, Ohio Tame emm the ewings. Distinguished members of the family living1 and dead. A the parts taken in the Pate War by generals Thomas Charles and Hill la Ewing. General w. T. Sherman s estimate of Thomas Ewing seems to me to be a just one. General Sherman says that his personal recollections of Thomas Ewing Date Back to a very Early period. On his Way to West Point in 1836 he stopped in Washington to see the senator. A i found him a a writes general Sherman a boarding with mrs. Hill who had a son at West Point. The mess of which or. Ewing was a member consisted of some of the most Brilliant men of the Day. One Day in walking along Pennsylvania Avenue we overtook Hon. Samuel l. Southard to whom he introduced me As his Young Ward. Or. Southard said a Young i can Only say to you As i used to say to others when 1 was Secretary of the Navy be industrious and obedient and you have nothing to fear a general Sherman was in correspondence with or. Ewing throughout the civil War. Or. Ewing took an intense interest in every event and at almost every stage of the conflict wrote encouraging letters to Sherman urging him to the boldest action yet looking to the Success of the Union arms without Imp riling the principles of the government itself in which he had the full Faith that he had in natural Law. To him extreme measures were Only justified to secure peace and peace that should leave the National and state governments with All their rights and limits As defined by the Constitution. The old mansion in which or. Ewing lived remains in the family and was until recently the Home of his daughter mrs. Steele. Some alterations have been made in it. When or. Ewing was alive one of his visitors said that it was Plain and like its possessor very substantially built and that which was most pleasing about it was the quaint finish of the Interior. The House stands on a Hill. It is built of is two stories High. It had a Broad Hall in the Center with comfortable sitting rooms and Parlours on each Side. Altogether it is one of the finest old houses in Ohio that have been preserved to this Day and generation. Not far from the Ewing Homestead a Little further Down the Hill stood the Humble Home of the Sherman. The House was a Small Frame one and has been moved Back from the Street and put into such an obscure position that or. Wolfe the excellent photographer who spared no pains in obtaining pictures for me was unable to get a satisfactory View. Or. Ewing had a Little Brick office near his House and it was in that quiet and favorite Retreat that he mastered the Spanish inn gauge in a very Short time. He had a Case in St. Louis involving several Hundred thousand dollars Worth of land and most of the old title deeds were written in Spanish. He saw the importance of an adequate knowledge of the Spanish and so he shut himself up for six weeks and at the end of that time he was Able to go into court and translate the document with ease. Judge p. B. Ewing who lives in Lancaster about one Block from his father s old Home has an old style mansion that is particularly attractive in appearance in these Days of exaggerated and conglomerate modern architecture. Or. Jones the sculptor who made the bust of Ewing has preserved Many pleasant stories about the old senator. While or. Ewing was sitting for the artist he talked freely and told a Good Deal about his Early life and experiences. Upon one occasion he said Quot a party of Young people of whom i was one. Were out horseback Riding one sunday and while passing through a heavily timbered bit of country we Beard a shrill and sudden shriek of pain. The party halted and we soon Learned that one of three boys had been bitten by a Rattlesnake and that the other two were carrying Liim Home with All possible Speed. A a Young lady Friend of mine in the party very modestly removed one of her garters with which we bound up the boy s leg to prevent the Poison from spreading through his system by Means of the circulation. We gave ail of the directions for treating the wound such As Gunpowder Tea and other current specifics and then proceeded on our journey. We subsequently Learned that our Little patient completely recovered. A about forty years after that horseback ride As i was returning in a Carriage from Columbus to Lancaster the weather being very warm i stopped at a farm House to give the horses water. The Farmer s wife kindly handed me a bucket with which to help myself at the Well. While watering the horses 1 noticed that she observed my face closely and when i returned the bucket she said a Are you not or. Ewing a i answered in the Afir native and said to her a Why do you ask a a Well 1 see you have forgotten me a she said. she continued a you can not have forgotten the Young woman that gave you the Garter to tie up the leg of the boy that was bitten by the or. Ewing said he remembered the incident Well and the woman said that she was the person who had furnished the Garter and that she had lived on the farm where he stopped for water most of the time a a judge Ewing a House. Or. Ewing was a of wide information. He had a genuine love for literature and was particularly fond of the latin poets but did not on that account neglect the masters of English verse. The poetry of Milton and Dryden was particularly agreeable to him. Milton so a la Al Tegro a a ii la Ense Rosow and a mask of Comus were great favourites of his and for an example of the music and Harmony of our language he ased to repeat a passage from Byron s a Paris Uia a it is the hour when from the boughs the Nightingale s High note is heard it is the hour when lovers vows seem Sweet in every whispered word. And gentle wind and Waters near make music to the lonely oar. Each Flower the Dews have lightly wet and in the skies the stars Are met and on the wave is deeper Blue. And on the Leaf a Browner Hue and in the heaven that Clear obscure so softly dark and darkly pure. Which follows the decline of Day As Twilight melts beneath the Moon away. Or. Ewing recited the poetry of which he was fond with a great Deal of Beauty and feeling. Jones says of him that he was fond of the British drama and possessed an uncommon fund of knowledge about it. Moliere was another due of his favourites and with Shakespeare he was quite familiar. Ilis conversation covering a wide Range of topics was always instructive and entertaining. One Day he would discourse of literature the next indulge in comments upon All the theories of geology and the next Day perhaps he would Rise from Earth to heaven and give a Brief but Beautiful history of astronomy. Again he would take up the subject of mechanics and he seemed to dwell with the pleasure of an enthusiast on All problems relating to the use of steam and the conversation of Force. Charles Ewing. The elements that make a Are finely mixed in or. Ewing. His character and his in select were symmetrical. He possessed a grand round of accomplishments and he was made of the Stutt that does not Brook defeat. A of rare natural endowments he exhibited a marvelous equation of moral and intellectual Powers that would have made him a of prominence and Power in any time and in any country. 1 am More than half convinced when i review such a career As this to think that it is wrong to say that the advantages of life Are with those who Are born in circus instances of affluence. I to not know of any Early environments that would have been so useful to or. Ewing As the life and struggles lie had to encounter while Ohio was a wilderness. There is no doubt that the Fine development of the the Harmony Between his moral and mental character was due somewhat to the times and conditions of his Early life. He was reared in those habits of simplicity privation personal Independence and of constant activity or mind and body which constituted an essential part of the training which formed the patriots and heroes of the Early republics. Thomas Ewing transmitted to his sons some of the Fine and rare qualities that made him a Reat . His four sons Hugh Philemon. It manias and Charles have All distinguished it a elves in various useful ways. Hugh Charles and Thomas Ewing were Bravo and successful soldiers in the War of the rebellion. General Thomas Ewing has achieved political prominence and is now a lawyer of note in new York. General Charles Ewing who was a of much prominence is dead. His picture is subjoined. General Hugh Ewing. Major general Hugh Ewing was engaged in the practice of Law at the outbreak of the civil War. In . 1861, he was appointed by governor Dennison brigade inspector of the third brigade Ohio militia with the rank of major and was stationed at Camp Dennison until the ills of june in the same year when he enlisted in the three years service and joined Mcclellan s army at Buckhannon w. A. He participated in a number of important Battles. At Antietam he commanded a brigade at the extreme left which according to general Burnside a report saved that Wing from disaster. General Ewing commanded the thirtieth. Thirty second and forty seventh Ohio and the fourth Virginia infantry before Vicksburg and with this brigade led one of the movements on the City. The colors that were borne in that memorable charge Are furled in the general a reception room at his Home. They Are riddled with Bullet holes and the battered staff bears Many a scar. In 1886 general Ewing was appointed minister of the Hague. He is now living in pleasant retirement at Lancaster. General Thomas h. Ewing the third son of Thomas Ewing was born in Lancaster August 11. 1829. Or was liberally educated and is an alumnus of Brown University and of the Cincinnati Law school. In 1850 he removed to Leavenworth. Kan., and commenced the practice of Law. He soon became prominent and for two years hold the position of chief Justice of the supreme court of the state. In 186 1 he organized the eleventh regiment of Kansas infantry of which he was appointed colonel. At Pilot Knob he was engaged in one of the most stubborn and in proportion to the number engaged one of the most fatal conflicts of the War. He lost one fourth of his available Force and. Having to Retreat kept up a running fight for Twenty Miles. The Campaign of a week was a remarkable one. The enemy lost More than fifteen Hundred while general Ewing s loss was quite Small. The result of Ewing s Brave stand was to put an end to All attempts upon St. Louis by the confederates. General Thomas Ewing. Thomas Ewing s oldest daughter Ellen Ewing was married to general w. T. Sherman in 1850. Mrs. Sherman has inherited some of her father s mental vigor and has manifested it in a literary social and religious Way. The ewings Are zealous members of the Catholic Church and senator Ewing embraced that Faith a Short time before he died. So the influence of the remarkable family has always been cast upon the Side of effective b. Loomis in Cincinnati commercial Gazette. Our society women. Liat an English lady journalist has to say about to Lien. Iii the new world maturity is reached much quicker than in the old. A girl of fourteen captivates the hearts of men and is As fascinating to them As one of Twenty Here and fascination there is a line Art not merely an occasional attribute. At seventeen she is a finished coquette. The new York lady of fashion commences the Day much like the Parisienne Only instead of chocolate she has Coffee and crackers biscuits in bed. She does not Lake much interest in tie newspapers hut languidly turns Over the piles of correspondents of All descriptions which await her perusal and selects the most interesting. A picture of her at this moment would be most Barmin Ltd a Small Oval Spir Tuelle face Large Luminous eyes Well marked eyebrows Clear complexion and intelligent Mobile Mouth giving you at once the idea that Here is a being capable of understanding most things and of taking her part in the worlds work. Her hair too co flee a la Directoire hardly tossed or tumbled and her pretty silk night wrapper Are As carefully considered by her As if she were going to receive her friends in that Guise. The american lady loves to have All of her surroundings Beautiful and she takes great Pride in wearing elegant of All descriptions sometimes of Pink Pale Blue or Maize coloured silk trimmed with Valenciennes or Fine Torchon lace and sometimes of tie finest and softest Linen merely tucked and gathered hut always elegant and always of the newest design. In no City of the world is the subject of the toilet studied to such an extent As in new York. The american society lady As a Rule is not an Early Riser and appears at a rather late breakfast in a pretty and elaborately trimmed morning gown. This is a More varied repast than with us one of its chief constituents in All seasons being fruit in profusion. She then prepares herself for the promenade or for an unwearied round of shopping spending As much time and Energy on the latter As if it were the chief object of her life. Up to about four of clock the upper part of Broadway and fifth Avenue Are crowded with elegantly dressed ladies. A notable fact about these morning costumes is that they Are composed of silk Satin or velvet or a mixture thereof elaborately trimmed and in fact equivalent to the afternoon costumes of British s Worleu density of population. O. Lueb Ncry a geographic statistical Tai for 1887, published by prof. Von Juraschek contain among others Many interesting comparative statements relating to the density of population in the inhabited portions of the Globe. The average population per Square Kilometre of land is in Europe 35 in Asia 19 in Africa 7 in America 2 in Australia 0.5. For the different european countries Tom aver age population per Square Kilometre is As follows Saxony 212 Belgium 198 Holland 131 great Britain and Ireland 110 Italy 104 Germany 87 Prussia 81 Austria isl Vithania 77 France 72 Switzerland 72 Bavaria 71 russian Poland 58 Denmark 53 Hungary 51 Portugal 51 Roumania 41 Servia 10 Spain 34 Greece 31 Bulgaria 31 Turkey 27 Bosnia 26 Russia exclusive of Poland 16 Sweden 10, and Norway 6.�?boston transcript. # a a a a Abraham Levi fair Exchange is. No robbery. I vill make a valuable husband mid if i Ogg Chango mine sell nil for your daughter How much i 11 Ype gift me to Hoot retired millionaire rag picker of. It s ther Bool 3 Fez is aether. Wall Here it is and vc2 l Welcome to Tribune trusting to Luck. The Republican party in the shoes of the poor follow who i waiting Tor something to turn up. A Large number of Republican politicians of greater and less degree have been interviewed in various parts of the country within the last few weeks regarding the Prospect for their party in the approaching presidential Campaign. Nobody can have read Many such interviews without being struck with the unanimity with Wyrtch All these politicians confess that they Are trusting to Luck for Success next year. As a Rule they say that the republicans will carry the election but when pressed for an explanation As to How they will do it they always fall Back upon the theory that there will be a labor candidate for president that he will draw off about twice As Many votes from the democrats As from the republicans and that the Republican nominee will thus slip in. In other words they virtually confess that on a Square test Between the old parties the republicans Are beaten before the tight opens but they Trust to Luck that something will turn up by which their party win without any reference to the question of merits. It is curious to observe How completely the old a issues a which have so Long been the stand Bys of the republicans Are now disposed of. There was the a a scared argument to begin with which did such excellent service so Long As the republicans were in Power and could fool business men and Labouring men into the belief that a democratic administration a involves financial Industrial and commercial peril a to quote the words of the Massachusetts platform in 1884. But with business better than it was Iri 1884, and with the increased deposits showing that the Labouring men Are Able to save More than Ever before it is simply Ped Culous to Tell business men or Labouring men that the country will be a a ruined if a Democrat is again elected. The a rebel claims a a rebel pensions a and a rebel debt Bugaboo have also been done for. There lie places in the Backwoods where a Republican stump speaker would still venture to get Oil those ancient a gags a but among respectable people nobody longer has the Assurance to talk that sort of nonsense. And it had a tremendous hold upon intelligent people Only three years ago. If the would he honest about it tens of thousands of men who now see that there was no foundation for their dread would confess that they were Only frightened into voting for Blaine in 1884, against their convictions by tie a View with alarm Plank about the a rebel claim business. The state rights Issue has gone the same Way with the a a ruins and the a rebel that a democratic president would have the Chance to till vacancies in the supreme court with men who believe in state rights and that this would be dangerous to the nation was once an effective argument. But the supreme court itself while composed entirely of justices appointed by Republican presidents has made it of no Avail in future for that court iils settled the state rights Issue in a Way which no Democrat wants to unsettle and Justice Miller has declared that a the autonomy of the states and their Power to regulate their Domestic affairs a Are now established Uson a term basis. The a solid South cry no longer frightens any body. It used to be urged that if the democrats came into Power they would virtually re enslave the negroes make the South uninhabitable by Northern men and generally Cut up All manner of mischief. But the negroes themselves admit that they Are better off than Ever before Northern men Are settling in the South in steadily growing numbers and the relations Between the races Are found by such observers As general Armstrong of Hampton a Union Soldier and Republican to be More kindly than at any previous time since the War. On the sectional Issue All that the republicans have to offer is the Assurance for which they Appeal with Confidence to their record in the past that if they Are restored to Power there will be More a a outrages in the South than there have been since or. Cleveland was inaugurated but it be doubted whether even a a Bill Chandler or general Tuttle would venture to stump the country on that basis. After All when one comes to review the held it is not so evil As it appears at first thought that the Republican managers Are trusting to Luck in 1888. All of their old devices Are used up and they see As plainly As anybody else that no new outs can be invented to take their places. So it is that the organization which As a a party of moral ideas a elected Abraham Lincoln in i860, rests its Hope of Victory in 1888, not upon the Promise to the Wisest voters of the Best candidate but upon the Chance that a labor nominee for president will draw More foolish voters from the party than from its . Y. Tost. Union veterans. How they have let a a us a abused by the democratic administration. In their eager do ire to make out an essential antagonism Between president Cleveland and the old soldiers the Republican politicians undertake to dispute the fact that the present administration has put More Union veterans in Olliee than were Given position under Republican Rule. The fact remains however a sober serious unquestionable fact. It is True and tiie unalterable records stand As irrefutable evidence of the fact. The great Interior department which has As its head a former a rebel a affords a Brilliant example of this fact. A comparison of the official Register of the department showing the roster of officers on october 1, 1884, by intr the last issued under president Arthur s administration gives a total of 770 Veteran Union soldiers and sailors employed under the department at that time. On february 1, 1887, however with Secretary Lamar the cd Confederate at the head of the department there were sixty four More Union veterans on the Roll the total at that Date being 834. The total number of employees at present Aggregates 3,600, and the list was certainly not so Large on the 1st of october 1884, so that the sex Confederate Secretary carrying out the general policy of president Cleveland with exceptional vigor has Given a much larger percentage of the of lines under his control to Union veterans than did his Republican predecessor. A similar comparison of the Rolls of the other departments would show that the same policy has prevailed every where under this administration. Almost without exception whenever a Union Soldier or Sailor has gone out his place has been filled by the appointment of another Union Veteran. This course has been so invariably followed that such exceptions As can be discovered arc Only of the kind that prove the Rule. In addition a number of new appointments have been made to positions not heretofore filled by Union . Louis Republican. Now the statement is that a Blaine of Maine rights on the Kansas Pacific documents was a brother a Long deferred brother. If a Strawberry Mark can be produced the Story is x. A times random shots. General tuttles reputation would have been in better trim to Day if he had defended the Union by Means of a a tvs. Or. Blaine it seems can not prevail upon or. Gladstone to come to America. But can to or. Gladstone prevail on or. Blaine to remain in England a Chicago times. Rev. 11. I. R Burchard has been interviewed on the grand army business. He sympathizes with Tuttle but evidently thinks the general has made a fool of . Louis Republican. General Tuttle says that a the Southern people hold just As bitter feelings toward the North As they Ever that is Good Republican doctrine. It is the platform of which the party will fight and lose in 1888.�? St. Louis Post dispatch. A photographer in Scotland was unable to take a picture of or. Blaine on account of the rapidity with which that statesman changed his position and appearance. It came very easy to or. Blaine to do that. He has had a Good Deal of practice. A Chicago news. Thomas e. Powell the democratic nominee for governor of Ohio was a private Soldier m the Union army. As he is not a very ferocious it is not Likely that he Ever killed and swallowed whole Confederate brigades As Foraker did. A Cincinnati enquirer. The organs of the Republican party have Only one motto and if you keep that in mind you will understand All the Fine rhetorical trapeze work which they Are now getting in. That motto is a when the bloody shirt goes to the laundry we go to the cemetery of dead . Y. Herald. Whitelaw Reid As Organ Grimi or in chief in America attempts to make out that if the republicans were in Power every appointed to office would be a Good one. There is no need of overhauling history to refute this nonsense. Harvey the forger just sentenced to prison for twelve years was appoint 1 on or. Reid a Herald. Sex senator Dorsey is reported to be arranging to return to the glowing Arena of polities with his Eye fixed upon a senatorial chair. Perhaps it would be better for or. Dorsey to remain a simple sheep Herder in new Mexico and Cool off his political ambition which will Rob him of that peace of mind which lie has no doubt enjoyed since to retired to the new mexican . Paul Pioneer press rep. Tuttles War record. What general Farrar knows about the notorious Iowa Radical. General Bernard g. Farrar who succeeded general Tuttle at Natchez during the War is one of those who Are highly incensed that Tuttle should have taken the prominent part he did in trying to prevent president Cleveland coming to the g. A. R. Encampment Here this fall. In an interview general Farrar says that immediately on taking command of the department at Natchez he began the investigation of scandalous rumours afloat concerning general Tuttle. He found that prominent planters had been frequently arrested without warrant of Law and discharged without apparent reason. The testimony of citizens showed that a St. Louis lawyer named Hart claimed to have the ear of general Tuttle and to be Able to influence the general. This influence he alleged could Only be exerted by a a fair Divide a and it happened that All arrested planters who paid Hart his Price were is quickly discharged. This sort of thing general Farrar says created great scandal in the Union lines and although the matter was kept As quiet As possible it soon became Public and Union soldiers were pitilessly arraigned in Natchez As Cotton jobbers. A Ederl Farrar made a report to general Slocum of his investigations and on that report Tuttle was asked to resign a fact which Farrar says even Union soldiers considered an outrage when developments plainly showed Tuttle should have been dismissed. But in consequence of the incident already mentioned Tuttle is said to to known in Natchez As a Landau general Farrar is a Republican a member of the g. A. 11. In Good standing and commanded the thirtieth Missouri regiment. He declares that Tuttle should be repudiated by the grand Arm. A St. Louis Cor. Chicago Herald. The pension record. The sort of figures which talk louder than Republican in arty lies. Several Republican papers have recently taken occasion to deny the statement that More pension work is now being done in the pension Bureau and in Congress than Ever before. The statement is True and the Bureau has the figures to show it. The number of private pension Bills which have passed Congress and been approved by the president in two years is double the number Hayes signed and More than both Grant and haves or Garfield and Arthur signed. These four in the fifteen years from 1870 to 1885. Approved 1,524 private pension Bills. President Cleveland in the two years from 1885 to 1887, approved 863 such Bills Over half As Many. If the proportion continues to hold Good or. Cleveland will sign two Hundred More pension Hills in four years , Ila yes Garfield and Arthur did in fifteen years. The number of pension certificates of All classes issued from july 1885, to july 1887, double these from july to july 1885, and $10,000,000 More paid out. There Are now about 4q2,0oo pensioners on the Rolls an increase of Over 55,000 since july 1885 As against an increase of 41,000 from july 1883, to july 1885. These Are the sort of figures which talk. A Washington Post. Charming Presente of mind. A you want to marry my daughter do you a said the Rich old Parent to the gilded youth who had hovered about the front parlor persistently for the last three months whether the Gas was lit or not. A yes sir a said the youth apparently much relieved. A a yer Well a said the old gentleman with a self satisfy incl chuckle a you can have her. Here by the Way Are a few of her Bills which i As Well submit to you now As at any other a nah yes a murmured the Young not in the least abashed a hero Are my Bills too a As he pulled a handful of papers out of his pocket a Well just stack Mem up together and you can fix it All up in a Lump whenever you feel like traveler. A that was a characteristic remark of the late or. Dulles of Philadele , when in speaking cheerfully of his sufferings to a Friend a few weeks before his death he said a a i have Learned of a new Way to spell disappointments a beginning with an i instead of a d a Ilis appointments. A congregational isl. A lure Are in this country 132 000 churches 92.000 ministers and 19.�> it ,-0 0 Chmeli members in a population of less than 0 ,000,000. United this Force can Salt the nation Fryu a i in Pei a. Facts for farmer3. A new vegetables fruits and grains ire generally overrated by the introduces. A the Dorking is the Best Market and table fowl known but is tender when Young. Crossed with the Brahma however it has 110 Superior. A one Way for a Farmer to get experience is to buy commercial manures and let the liquid manures from his animals Leach away and be lost. Experience costs Money but it is a Wise teacher. A farm Field and Stockman. A to train a flock of sheep take a Lamb to the House and teach it to come at the Call of a certain sound and then put it with the flock. As sheep follow the Leader the whole flock he called by the obedience shown on the part of the petted sheep. A the air is the great agent that causes the chemical decomposition of soils and it disintegrates and renders soluble that Plant food. If the air can not enter the soil the substances that should be appropriated by plants remain inert and but slowly perform the work that should be done quickly. A to give a horse Medicine take a Long necked bottle raise the horses head thrust the bottle into his Mouth and while the liquid is running into the Throat rub the nose of the bottle vigorously against the roof of the Mouth pretty Well Back. This done most horses will Swallow . A belts that have been loosened by getting wet should he thoroughly dried and fastened together by inserting Cement into the cracks with a knife and hammering until dry. A Good Cement for this purpose is equal proportions of Good glue and prussian gelatine dissolved in the same manner As Ordinary budget. A in England Barley fed pork is bringing from four to six cents Pei Pound above the Market Price of common pork. It is claimed that it it specially beneficial to invalids and physicians Are prescribing it for then patients. Or. L. Hartshorn of Worcester says a doctor of his acquaintance prescribes pork instead of cod liver journal. A in practice a mixed ration made up of equal parts of Straw and Good Hay with a Little Grain added will be found a feed on which any animal will thrive. If the Hay be Clover All the better As this will better meet the deficiency of the Straw. Fed in this Way Stock eat the Straw As Well As the Hay and the digestible material it contains is equally valuable Fuller. We know that Straw fed alone continuously to the same animal is of Little value. A it is said that fowls supplied with Fine Cut Rowau Hay never contract the habit of pulling feathers. The Hay probably satisfies the craving for a Bulky diet that is not without reason supposed to Lead to Feather pulling and also furnishes employment to the fowls in the Days of enforced idleness. It certainly is Worth a trial especially As it costs next to nothing and is a valuable addition to the diet. Cloves is an excellent a egg food a supplying Many of the elements which Are found in the . Y. Herald. Age of the trombone. Mulching in drought. The imperative necessity of protecting Young Trees in hot weather. Seldom a summer season passes without a drought. It be of Only a few weeks duration or As sometimes is the Case it extend through the months of july August and september. Trees and shrubs planted in the Spring Are at this season passing a critical period the roots and shoots have got Well started but Are in a succulent and tender condition and Are easily affected by any change arising from a Lack of moisture. The leaves Are in a condition to rapidly evaporate moisture the continual hot and dry atmosphere greatly increasing this evaporation. The rootlets Are taxed to their utmost to maintain this rapid passing off of the moisture and unless there is a sufficient Supply at hand they soon give out and the organs of the tree or Shrub become so weakened that it has to succumb for Lack of nourishment. The surface of the soil becomes very hot if fully exposed to the Sun and creates a rapid evaporation of 1 lie moisture it contains. It is imperatively necessary therefore to help Check this rapid evaporation by mulching with some material of sufficient Loi senses to admit of water and air but still sufficiently dense to prevent the suns rays from drying and heating the soil. Before applying the mulch it is advisable to stir the surface of the soil to admit the Rains freely. On the top of this then apply the mulch spreading it out beyond the area occupied by the roots for unless carried far enough from the Stem of the tree to cover the rootlets forming at the ends of the old roots it does not do very much Good. We often see Trees having a thick covering of mulch placed close around the Stem of the tree doing Little if any Good As the roots requiring to be benefited have extended several feet beyond where the mulch is spread. Mulching not Only be a Check upon the evaporation of moisture from the soil but also an Aid in supplying food for newly set Trees by using some material containing a Supply of food. Nothing is much better for this purpose than the rough litter from the manure pile. It contains considerable of the elements which Are necessary to build up Plant life and every Shower carries into the soil three elements in a condition suitable at once for the plants requirements. Spent hops As obtained from the breweries make an excellent mulch. I have used it largely for years for this purpose. I one year mulched a Patch of late cabbage with about three inches of hops and although a severe drought set in during september i had a most excellent crop of the largest cabbages i Ever raised. I also value it very largely for potting material. When thoroughly decayed it is open in texture and for such plants As geraniums fuchsias Ami Heliotrope makes one of the Best soils i know of. From one brewery i get from sixty to one Hundred loads of this material every year and consider it of double the value of barnyard manure bulk for bulk. Any coarse material however be used As a mulch and rather than allow the Trees to suffer use sawdust if nothing else can be had although i o o am always averse to putting undo cared sawdust upon any kind of soil especially soil of a sour nature where the drainage is imperfect As it is Apt to make the soil More inert and raise a crop of . Milton in country gentleman. A or. R w. Shufeldt has recorded an interesting study of a Case of the repair of the Bill of a Raven after it had been shot off. The Ball had carried away the upper Bill just Forward of the nostrils. The Bone had grown again so As to cover the injury and the Horny covering following suit had encased the stump formed by the Bone. The result of natures surgery in the ease was that the injured part was left in such condition that the danger of subsequent inflammation was avoided while the form of the resulting stump was As useful a one As could possibly be expected to follow after a wound of such a Boston budget interesting facts concerning one of the oldest among j5ra�s instruments. The trombone is one of the oldest among brass instruments we do not mean that the ancient trombone was an instrument like your slide trombone of to Day. It was in All probability merely a tube like a Long dinner Horn. It is supposed that the Walls of Jericho were blown Down by the Aid of the ancient trombone. It was made of Metal and hence was of considerable weight. It was used for the purpose of calling the people together to give signals in War and to play at religious festivals. The jews got this instrument from the egyptians the greeks received it from the jews and from Greece it came to Rome. The King of Italy presented a couple of trombones which were found in the ruins of Herculaneum to King George Iii., of England who had several copies of them. Since that time brass trombones have gone into general use. Moses is said to have made a trombone which among hebrews is known As the a Cha Zotara a and which was about a Yard Long. According to an j o o event writers the trombone was invented by Pipsius the son of Hercules. Of course you will see at once that the uncommonly Strong tones of the instrument led writers to attribute its invention to the descendants of Hercules. According to other writers this Honor however belongs to Archolas. The various kinds of trombones mentioned among ancient writers Are too numerous to be named Here. The oldest mention of trombones in Germany dates Back As far As 1520. It was about this time that one Hans Menschel who lived in Nuremberg was not Only famous on account of the trombones he made but also As a trombone player. Pope Leo x. Ordered a Silver trombone from this master for which he was richly rewarded. In Gerber a dictionary he is called Hans none Hel and is mentioned As court musician of the emperor Maximilian i. When this emperor gave a drawing or a triumphant procession to Albrecht Duerer the Painter lie introduced a Wagon with a number of crowned musicians saying a but Meuchel shall be the master of them the slide trombone began to develop in the seventeenth Century. Of course since then it has been perfected but has not materially changed its form. In 1832 the instrument was supplied with valves. This has improved its Compass but its natural tones Are after All those which distinguish it and which give it that particular Power that belongs to it and which is Majestic grand and penetrating. It has always had a place in the orchestra. Mozart has used it with great effect and skill but that great master Wagner in his matchless instrumentation has used it with better effect than any of his american musician. Be careful of the minutes. An incident of a moment fix an impression for a lifetime. The intense experience of an imminent personal peril the making or the breaking of an intimacy the decision which changes ones subsequent life course the yielding to or the resistance of a Peculiar temptation a it is of a moment yet it be for All time or even for eternity. And such a momentous moment come to us or we come to it at any hour. The years that Are gone be As nothing to it the years that Are to come a Pivot on it. Realizing this truth we can never to careless of our minutes for possibly it is the next one of these that shall Send its resonant echoes Down through All the remaining Days and years of our life of action or of s. S. Times. Prevention better than cure. A i Hope my dear a said a newly made Benedict a if i should happen to be out nights occasionally you wont be a to no dear a she replied sweetly. A if you should find it necessary to i out ill Send for a to keep to he a Home Early every night in. Y. Sun. Is this what ails you do you have Dull heavy headache obstruction of the nasal passages discharge falling from the head into the Throat some times profuse watery and acrid at others thick tenacious mucous purulent blood and putrid eyes weak watery and in flamed ringing in the ears deafness Hack ing or coughing to Clear the Throat expectation of offensive matter together Witt scabs from ulcers voice changed and nasal twang breath offensive smell and tast it impaired is there a sensation of dizziness with mental depression a hacking cough and general debility if you have Alloi any considerable number of these symptoms you Are suffering from nasal Catarrh the More complicated your disease has be come the greater the number and diversity of symptoms. Thousands of cases annually without manifesting half of the above symptoms result in consumption and end in tin grave. No disease is so common More deceptive and dangerous or less understood or More unsuccessfully treated by physicians. The manufacturers of or. Sage of Catarrh remedy offer in Good Faith a re Ward of $500 for a Case of this disease whirl they can not cure. The remedy is sold by druggists at Only 50 cents. A i have not been away from my store two successive Days in ten years a remarked an Elmira merchant yesterday. A a done to you Ever feel the need of a vacation a asked the Friend addressed. A to no a was the Hearty answer. A along in the summer time 1 Stop advertising for a few weeks and 1 find More rest and Solitude in my store than Yon can find in the most secluded Nook of the Elmira Gazette. A a Are you sure he is dead a a asked the insurance agent of the widow of a deceased miser. A certain of it. A a what proof have i of it a a there were Twenty carriages at his funeral that i ordered a How docs that prove his death a a nah sir you done to know him. If Tom had been the least bit alive head have licked at the expense and manufacturer. The markets. New York flour extra Ohio. Wheat red Winter. No. 1 . Corny no. 2. Oats mixed Western pork mess. Lard prime steam. Hutters Western. Cheese Ohio. Eggs Western. Aug. 8. J 3 15 a 4 in 78vi� 80 4 88 >4� i 461� 47 34 a 36 15 25 a 16 25 6 82 a 6 92>i a a a 12 7 12 24 it 87� a it a cattle. 3 20 a 5 20 sheep. 3 50 a 5 10 hogs. 5 45 a 5 75 Cleveland. Flour country xxx . 4 15 eat 4 40 Minnesota Patent 4 75 a 5 00 Amber. 3 75 a 4 25 tvs teat no. 2. 74 it 75 Corn. 46 a 47 Oats no. 1. 31 35&Quot cheese Choice factory. 10 2� 114 Ohio Dairy. 8 in 9 Rutters Choice. 16 a 27 eggs. 13 i 14 potatoes per bbl. 2 4i 2 50 seeds Timothy. 2 40 a 2 90 Clover. 4 50 a 4 75 Hay baled. 13 01 a 15 00 bulk on Market. 14 00 7a 18 0c cattle. 4 10 a 4 40 hogs. 5 25 a 5 40 Cincinnati. Flour-family.8 3 to a a 3 25 wheat. 71 a 72 a Rye. 451 in 46 Corn. 42 2q 43 Oats. 27 a 2714 hogs common to Light. 4 30 a 5 35 packing. 5 00 a 5 65 Toledo. Wheat no. 2 red Winter. No 73 4 corny no. 2. 43 a 44 Oats. 25 a 254 Buffalo. Beeves Best. 4 00 a 4 40 medium. A 3 40 a 3 90 sheep common. 3 50 a 3 90 Choice. 4 00 a 4 50 hogs selected yorkers. 5 50 a 5 co medium weight. Pittsburgh 5 70 a 5 80 4 40 Beeves Best. 4 25 a medium. 8 75 a 4 00 sheep Best. 4 00 a 4 26 medium. 3 25 a 3 75 hogs yorkers. 5 40 a 5 60 Philadelphia. 5 50 a 5 60 Philadelphia. A 39 Wooi a Western. 30 unwashed. 31 a 33 does a boys a funny Bones enable him to laugh in his sleeve dresses can not be beautifully draped without Somo o. Picayune. To opium in Piso s cure for consumption. Cures where other remedies fail. 25o stands to reason the gentleman who has the transcript. Up with sore eyes use or. Isaac Tromp soul a sell it.25c. What feminine heroism can withstand a dress makers Blunder those nuisances rheumatism and the gout Are relieved by Glenn a Sulphur soap. Hills hair and whisker Dyo 5dc. The Best. A s the name Given to scandal lovers in England. R. W. amp co., Chicago we Are times As Many a Tan Sill s punch against any other Cigar and have Only had them in the Case a week. A. Moziek druggist _ Brockport n. Y. A although unseen my influence is Felt a remarked the Lively Flou. A town and country. Cockles anti bilious pills the great English remedy for liver rile indirection Etc. Free from Mercury contains Only pure vegetable ingredients. Agents messes. Fuller amp Fuller co., Chicago 111. Affsa Axle g rest in the a orld. Made Only by the rarer Lubricator co. At Chicago n. Y. Amp so. Louis. Sold everywhere. Asthma i a Etc run a re Only by system. Is parse treatise sent free. Or. . Hair Cincinnati. 0. I Picq skin beautified. Treatment by mail is. Luico Dit. , 1. O. Box Lufi. New York City. Educational. 1 la in Chicago. Fallt Combe Tiiu Bein. 21. I or Ciresi Aratti. 11. Booth Chicago. Alive. R College opens sept. 15,1887. In i ten it i . U w. L. Douglas $3 shoe the Only s3 seamless shoe in the world. Finest calf perfect fit and warranted. Congress Button and lace All styles toe. As stylish and durable As those costing a it or $6. W. L. Douglas 132.50 shoe excels the $3 shoes advertised by other firms. 5 foam. And pro a tined end a Elk Ehlt boys All Wear Tho w. L. Douglas 82 shoe. If your dealer does not keep t hem Send your name on postal to w. E. Douglas. Brockton mass. Piso a remedy for Catarrh is the Best easiest to use and cheapest. Sold by druggists or sent by mail. 50c. E. T. Hazel Tine Warren a. Bend Lor catalogue. Olivet Mich. For Sollers and widows of Tho mexican War and Ile Bellion. All kinds of government. Claims collected. Circular of Laws sent free. I late Powell. U. S. Claim collectors Indianapolis. Ind. Pensions reduced mileage rates. Trio Monon route l. N. A. Amp c. Re have placed on Sale in their principal offices a new form of mileage Book at rate of 2 cents per mile which can be used by a term or a and his family. The books will be limited to one year from Date of issuance and 150 pounds of baggage will be allowed on each Coupon. The who can not talk yacht nowadays is away in the rear of the procession. Lay out that adversary dyspepsia with the Aid of the Stalwart reformer an Ltd protector Hostetter s stomach bitters. Though Tho grand manufacturing Center your stomach has Long lain under Tho embargo of the tyrant he be expelled with the bitters. Nor less potent is it in evicting rheumatism baffling fever and ague subduing constipation and checking bladder and kidney troubles. The ability to digest Well and a due quota of vigor Are insured by its use. Why is the bridegroom More expensive than the Bride Ine Bride is always Given away while the bridegroom is often sold. U k. Amin pm am n Meim Cai. C0llm1k. The Recai school. Opens sept. 20. Address 5. Bailey a. D., Ott Michigan avo., Chicago. A a 9end for Tho Host cat rogue of the Best j bus Ooi Cere 8 ii he n 1, Type j vol an la in mans clip in j Syf the word Beuink Sotl a / . Cleveland o. Circulars free. My state eleven courses of study. Eight veil equipped laboratories. Late catalogues sent free on application by return mail. Full description Moody a new tails r system of dress cutting. Moody pc co.�?T. Cincinnati o. To Pline in hot cored in to to 30 Days. Of pay till cured. Or. Stephens Lebanon o. . K. A. 114 when fragile woman sighs deploring the charms that quickly fade away. What Power the Bloom of health restoring. Can Check the Progress of decay the Only Aid that s Worth attention. For pains and ills of such description thousands of women gladly mention a tis a a Pierce a favorite or. the Price of this Royal remedy or. Tierce s favorite prescription is but one Dollar. Specific for All those chronic ailments and weaknesses Peculiar to women. The Only Medicine for such maladies sold by druggists under a positive guarantee from the manufacturers that it will give satisfaction or Money refunded. See guarantee on bottle wrapper. Large bottles a six for �5. When a Mother starts out to seek her boys who arc enjoying a surreptitious swim in the neighbouring Pond there is Likely to be a brisk movement of undressed kids. A Bosi Oei courier. Thief arrested. Tho news was received with Tho utmost satisfaction by the Community that he had terrorized but Tho arrest of a disease that is stealing away a loved and valued life is an achievement that should inspire Heartfelt gratitude. Chilliness cold extremities depressed spirits and extremely miserable sensations with Pale wan features Are Tho results of disordered kidneys and liver. Arrest Tho cause at once by taking or. Tierce a Golden medical discovery. It is a purely vegetable detective Liat will ferret out and capture the most Subtle lung or blood disorder. Druggists. A a a there is one admirable feature about a wire it Nee. The Patent Medicine can to Plant a legend on it in regard to his liver cure. A puck. Or Radway a when Whiting to advertisers a tale that you saw the adv Rte Wisent in Thi Waper. Who is unacquainted with the ceo Crappy of this country will see by examining thi3 that the j1k resolvent i rhe great blood purifier for Tho Cuil of All chronic diseases chronic rheumatism scrod non a complaint kc., Uund ular swelling hacking i by cough cancerous Fec tons bleeding of the lungs dyspepsia Waer Brash swellings tutors ulcers hip disease. Gout dropsy rickets Salt Rheum. In Ron hits consumption diabetes kidney bladder aver complaints it amp a. Me Alt Beauty i pure blood makes sound Tlush. Strong Bone and a a Loar skin it you would have your ties i term your it ones sound w without caries and your complexion air use i Adway a Sass Parillia resolvent. Us Csc Jwj after n few Days use of the Sarpa firn Usvat. Pakill1an becomes Clear and Beautiful. Pimples. Blot lies. Black spots and skin eruptions removed. Sores and ulcers a Oon cured persons suffering from scr Fula. Eruptive diseases f the eyes Mouth ears legs Throat and glands hat have accumulated and spread either from tin a tired diseases or Mercury rely upon a cure in he Sarsaparilla is continued a sufficient time to Nake its impression upon the system. The wonderful cures effected by Thearsa Parillia resolvent of kidney. Bladder ovarian and urinary diseases i13 marvelous Power in dissolving Stone and Calculous concretions curing gravel Gleet and discharges from the genital glands its Powers a Vor the kidneys in establishing a healthy secretion if urine curing j diabetes in it am in at Ion or irritation f the bladder album Nous or by Iek dust deposits r Sand amp cd a establishing its character As a x re at constitutional remedy. Sold by All druggists. I bottle. Ch3cago, Rock 6sland amp fac1f5g Ray by reason of its Central position close relation to principal lines East of Ching of and continuous lines at terminal Points West Northwest and Southwest is the Only True Middle link in that transcontinental system which invites and facilitates travel and traffic in either direction Between the Atlantic and Pacific. The Stock Island main line and branches include Chicano Joliet Ottawa la Salle Peoria a Cuseo Moline and Rock Island in Illinois Davenport Muscat Tine Washington Fairfield Ottumwa Oskaloosa West Liberty Iowa City Des Moines Indianola Winterset Atlantic Knoxville Audubon Harlan Guthrie Centre and Council Bluffs in Iowa Gallatin Trenton St. Joseph Cameron and Kansas City in Missouri Leavenworth and Atchison in Kansas Albert Lea Minneapolis and St. Paul in Minnesota Watertown in Dakota and hundreds of intermediate cities Totans and villages. The great Rock Silas a route guarantees Speed Comfort and safety to those who travel Over it. Its roadbed is thoroughly ballasted. Its track is of heavy steel. Its Bridges Are solid structures of Stone and Iron. Its rohing1 Stock is perfect As human skill can make it. It has All the safety appliances that mechanical Genius has invented and exp Erenee proved valuable. Its practical operation is conservative and methodical its discipline strict and exacting. The luxury of its passenger accommodations is in equated in the West unsurpassed in the world. All express trains Between Chicago and the Missouri River consist of comfortable Day coaches magnificent Pullman Palace parlor and sleeping cars elegant dining cars providing excellent meals and a Between Chicago St. To amp Eph Atchison and Kansas City restful reclining chair cars. The famous Albert Lea route is the direct favorite line both Een Chicago and Minneapolis and St. Paul. Over this route solid fast express trains run daily to the summer resorts picturesque localities and Hunting and fishing grounds of Iowa and Minnesota. The Rich wheat Fields and grazing lands of Interior Dakota Are reached via Watertown. A Short ae3ii�?TAble route via Seneca and Kankakee offers Superior mud cements to travellers Between Cincinnati Indianapolis Lafayette and Council Blu Al St. Joseph Atchison Leavenworth Kansas City Minneapolis St. Paul and intermediate Points. All classes of patrons especially families ladies and children receive trom officials and employees of Hock Island trains Protection respectful Courtesy and. Kindly attention. _ _. For tickets maps folders a obtainable at All principal ticket offices m the states and Canada or any desired information address r. R. Cable press to amp Gene i my or Chicago. E. St. John ass 8en�?Tl a r. Chicago e. A. Holbrook Gene to amp pass. Agt., Chicago world repeating Rifle ced perfectly the i rate and absolutely Ife. Hade in All Sisca for urge or Small game. A Aijian no cry in inti in mud target rifles. Tend for illustrated Cutalo be. I Arlen lire arniscb., sew Olvea Conn. A a supple Roif Drill co. Sumneri Ielati of manufacture Trio Best Graim drills a id it c 3 d a r fills and tools on Tho Market. Quot Drill a Farmers it will pay you to bib by see our local agent u us for circular and pay you to bpm or write and Price 3. 00% v,.&Quot of s a a i a sol k this re pc cats a healthy life. Throughout its various scenes. Just such a life As Thev onion who use Tho Booth s by e Beans. The original photo try no to in panel Siz of tons picture sent on receipt of j Etc. To s3 a Day. R moles Worth ft.50 Frky. it Minier the horse s feet. Write Barkiv Stilt Sake ctr kk1n 1ioi.ueu co., Holly Mich. Smith Bill Beans purify Tho blood by acting �1ft a etly rid promptly on Tho liver Shin and Kil nays. They it of a vegetable combination that has no equal m medical science they cure constipation of Falaula and dyspepsia Ami Are a safeguard of Garnnt All forms of fevers chills and fever Gall stones Ami in High us disease. San a i cents postage for a san a. Pic package and lost the of Liat we say. La Rice 25 cents per Bott if i mailed to any address postpaid. Dos 14 Onk ii Kan. Sold by druggists. A a. I Irma Jurj of co., g x. Xiouris Vixo add sort Ujj kans St. . To. Or f i i mrs. Mart a. Mcclure Columbus kans., writes a a a addressed you in november 18m, in regard to my health being afflicted with liver disease heart trouble Ami female week ups. F wins advised to use or. Pierces tit Ted Hui r Golden medical discovery favorite pre Trifi i i a eruption and pellets. I used one let or c of the a prescription a five of the a Dikeov cry a and four of the a pleasant purgative my health began to improve under the use of your Medicine and my strength came Back. My difficulties have ail disappeared. I can work hard Allday or walk four or five Miles a Day and stand it Well and Mien 1 began using the Medicin i could scarcely walk across the room most of the time and 1 did not think i could Ever feel a u again. I have a Little baby girl eight months old. Although she is a Little delicate in size and appearance she is healthy i give your remedies All the credit for curing me us i took no other treatment after beginning their use. I am very grateful for your kindness and thank god and thank you that i am As Well As 1 am after years of mrs. I. V. Webber of Yorkshire Cattaraugus co., a a. >7, writes a a i wish to say a few words in Praise liver of your a Golden medical discovery a and a pleasant purgative for live years previous to taking them i was a great sufferer i had a severe pain in my right Side continually was unable to do my own work. I am Happy to say i am now Well and Strong thanks to your chronic in Arr la Ca . Lazars a esq., �75 and 277 Decatur Street new Orleans la., writes a i used three bottles of the a Golden medical discovery a and it has cured me of chronic diarrhoea. My bowels Are now a n mrs. A Imbu a Bruk dark of 1s1 Iwock Street Ujj if neral Lockport a. Y. Writes a a i was troubled with Iii is nervous and general debility w Ith frequent Ireum it sore Throat Ami my Mouth was badly cantered. In Lului. River was inactive and i suffered much from dyspepsia. I am pleased to say that your Golden medical discovery and a pellets have cured me of All the so ailments and 1 cannot say enough in their Praise. I must also say a word in reference to your a favorite prescription a As it has proven itself a most excellent Medicine for weak females. It has been used in my family with excellent l. , esq.,of Yucatan. Houston co., minn., writes a a 1 was troubled with indigestion and would eat heartily and grow poor at the same time. 1 experienced heartburn sour stomach and Many other disagreeable symptoms common a. A to that disorder. 1 commenced taking your i a Golden medical discovery a and pm lifts a and a 1 j in now entirely free from the Dysep a and am in fact healthier than i have been Lor five Eure. I weigh one Hundred and seventy one and one halt pounds and have done As much work the past summer As i Hae Ever tin same length of time in my lib. J never took a that seemed to tone up the Muscles Ami invigorate system equal to your a discovery and �?~�?� dyspepsia. A Theresa a. Cass of Striny Flold mo., writes a a a was troubled one year with liver complaint dyspepsia and sleeplessness but your a Golden medical discovery cured inc. �,�111113 and . H. E. , vont Morenci s. C., writes a last August 1 thought i would die with chills and fever. I took your a discovery a Ami it stopped them in u very Short a the blo0o �?�.3 the l5fe, thoroughly cleanse the blood which is the Fountain of be digestion a fair skin buoyant spirits and bodily health and v Golden medical discovery cures All Humours from the come Poison. Especially has it proven its Efficacy in curing Salt re Ami swellings enlarged giants and eating ulcers. Rev. F. Asbury Howell pastor of the m. F. Church of Silver Tan x. J., says Quot a was afflicted with Catarrh and indigestion. Oils and blotches began to arise of the surface of the skin and 1 experienced a tired feeling and dullness. I began the use of or. Pierces Golden medical discovery As directed by him for such complaints and in one weeks time t began to feel like a new and am now sound and Well. The a in Lerman purgative pellets Are the Best remedy bilious or sick headache or tightness about the Chest Ami bad tast n Rise Mouth that i have Ever used. My wife could not walk across the floor when she began to take your a Golden medical now she can walk quite a Little ways and do some Light work. A mrs. Ida m. Strong of Ains Rorth ind., writes a my Little boy had been troubled with hip joint disease for two years. When he commenced the use of your a Golden medical discovery and a pellets a he was confined to his bed and could not be moved without suffering great twirl rut now thanks to your a discovery a he is Able to be up ail the time. Alth by using or. Pierce s Golden medical discovery and Good Gor will be established. pimple Blotch or eruption to the worst scr Fula or blood icum or Tetter pc Var sorts hip joint disease so Romulous sores and can walk with the help of crutches. He does not suffer any pain and can eat and sleep As Well us and on it. It has Only been about three months since he commenced using your Medicine. 1 cannot Lind words with which to express my gratitude Lor Tho Benefit he has received through skin a a Democrat and news a of Cambridge Maryland says a mrs. Ann , wife of Leonard Poole of h to a Liams Lorg Jajor Chefter �>., ma.,Been cured 4 Fin of a bad ease of eczema by using or. Pierce s y . Golden discovery. The disease a,j of Jupt in her feet extended to the Kiis is covering the whole of the lower limbs from feet to Knees then attacked the elbows and tie came so sever As to prostrate her. After being treated by several physicians flt a a year or two Sho commenced the use of the Medicine named above. She soon began to mend and is now Well and Hearty. Mrs. Poole thinks the Medicine has saved her life and prolonged her or. T. A. Ashes of East Acu Market Dorchester county ala., vouches for the above facts. Terrible of libation. Consumption we so lungs a Fsutino of Bloo Gooden m edit a r. Discovery cures consumption which is scr Fula of the lung by its wonderful blood Purt Yin Ting and nutritive properties. For weak lungs spitting of blood shortness of breath bronchitis and and it m Vigo a severe toughs. Asthma Kindred affections it is a Sovereign remedy. Wii Ilo it promptly cures toe severest Ougas it strengthens the system int Pitlyk builds up the system and increases the flesh and weight of those reduced below Tho usual Standard of health by Cal discovery has cured my daughter of a very bad ulcer located on the Tough. After trying almost everything without Success to procured three bottles of your a discovery a which a Caird it up or. Downs continues a wasting diseases. . Edward Newton of itar Mcsmith ont., writs a a you will Ever be praised by Ine for the Rumark ble cure in my ease. I was to reduced that my friends had All Given me up and f had also been Given up by two doctors. I then a it to the Best doctor in these parts. He told me that Medicine was Only a punish Mit in my Case and would not undertake to treat Rne. He said i might try of liver Oil if i liked As that was Tho Only thing that could possibly have any curative Power Over consumption so far advanced. I tried the god River Oil As a last treatment but i was so weak i could not keep it on m v stomach. My husband not feeling satisfied to give me up vet though he had bought for me everything he saw advert Isoa for my complaint procured a Quantity of your Golden medical i took Only Lour bottles and to Tho Surprise of everybody am to Day doing Rny own work and am entirely for to from that terrible cough which liar Massod me night and Dav. I have been afflicted with rheumatism fora number of years and now Feol so much bettor that i believe with a continuation of your Golden medical discovery a i will be restored to perfect health. I would say to those who arc falling a prey to that terrible disease consumption do not do As i did take everything else first but take the a Golden medical discovery in the Early stages of the disease and thereby save a great Deal of suffering and be restored to health at once. Any person who m still in doubt need but write me enclosing a stamped self addressed envelope for reply Whu Tho foregoing statement will be fully substantiated by ulcer e. Downs esq., of Spring Valley Boc Wand co a r. 28. Writes a the 6ol,n melt i i wasted to i h Skeleton. Consumption and heart disease. A a i also wish to thank you for the remarkable cure you have it i feed in my ease. For three years i Ltd suffered from that terrible disease consumption and heart disease. Before consulting you 1 had wasted away to a Skeleton could not Salt it p nor rest and Many times wished to die to be out of my misery. I then consulted you and you told me you had Hopes of curing me but it would take time. I took five months treatment in All. The first two months 1 was almost discouraged could not perceive any favourable symptoms but the third month i began to pick up in flesh and strength. I cannot now recite How step by step the signs anti realities of returning he Alth gradually but surely developed themselves. To Day i tin the Scales at one Hundred and sixty and am Well and Strong. A our principal Reliance in curing or. Was the a Golden medical a Wnm it bar Joseph f. , esq., Athens la., if Fhlug n writes a my wife had frequent bleeding from wll Luina a Jinings before she commenced using your Rah in s i Typo i a Golden medical she has not a Aliffi Lufto. Had any since its use. For some six months Iii Mii i in she has been feeling so Well that she discontinued Downs terrible disease Golden medical discovery is sold by druggists. Price $1.00 per bottle or six bottles for $5.00, worlds dispensary medical association proprietors

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