AGRICULTURAL. Devoted to the Interests of and Stockmen. Farmers TJo Olive. We take tho following from a Cali fornia exchange : The culture of tho olive is a branch of tho fruit-growing industry which is yet in its infancy on this coast, but we believe that in a few years it will be come one of tho nio.t important as well as profitable fields of horticul tural enterprises with us, as it is nt present with many countries in the south of Europe, whoso chief revenue is derived from the export o olive oil and pickled olives. The olivo tree is distinguished for its great longevity and vitality. A tree in tho garden of the Vatican at Homo is said to bo a thousand years old. Muring the Greek revolution the Turks cut down the clivo trees and burned over tho sumps, with the result that, three years thereafter, the shoots from the scarred stumps commenced to give a crop. It. has generally been supposed that tho olivo rathor prefers a rockv and somewhat barren soil. In Europe it certainly flourishps in places where a cactus would hardly grow, but Major Utt says it is a great mittako to pre eunio that the olivo can bo grown on a barren soil without fertilizers. Uso manure liberally, and u$o it to an ex treme degree, to supplement tho lack of irrigation. The olive is a voracious feeder, and will appropriate enough plant food during the months of winter moisture to carry the tree through tho dry summer season, provided there is an abundant food supply ready for torago and assimilation. The Mis&ion is generally recommended for oil and tho European olivo for pickling. Tho lattor, also, is preferable for propaga tion, as tho small limbs will servo for cuttings, and will root where a Mi?sion cutting will fail. European olives will ripen two months in advance of tho Mission olives. Trees should bo planted in an orchard, and cuttings in a. nursery. Plant not les-s thun thirty-six feet apart, or you will rogiet .it in niter years; remember in plant ing that olivo root is more sensitive to exposure than orange. Tho olivo is easily budded or grafted, no there is no trouble in obtaining arieties. Small, one-year-old trees can bo bought for 25 cents or less each. Tho roots of trees should always be puddled before shipping, and great caro taken against exposure. Tho biiei ness of proppgating the trees should bo left to the nurserymen, except in a cane whore a party cannot afford to buy trees. When it comes to profits, orange- growers can show figures which should satisfy tho most exacting. Major Utt has an olive orchard of twenty-five bearing trees, planted in orchard seven years, to include 188G; tho product from ten of them last year was 7o0 gallons of olives. Ho sold tho surplus crop at '10 cents por gallon, casks fur nished, of $12 per tree. .Fifty gallons of an average crop to the tree at twelve years from tho planting of the orchard would be a low estimate, and this amount would mako' six and a quarter gallons of oil. Elwood Cooper gets $10 a gallon for his oil. Increased production will lower the wholesale price to $1 per gallon, or at tho lowest $25 per tree, equal to .$900 per acre. Allow one-half for expenses and inter est on investment, and you have the great sum of $150 por acre as net profit. Mr. Loop has been offered 80 cents a gallon for all tho pickled olives ho can prepare for market. Of tho great future which awaits the ulturo of alives on this coast there can be no doubt. Wo are still in tho experimental stage. In fact, olivo ulturo stands about where tho laisin industry did ton years ago. quart of cured a an easv I will buy them only when fresh ones can't be hart. Onion seeds that has no firmness, or that is v rfectly dry, is not gool. Tet.t on n slitet of writing paper. Malt, half n peck to n hill, is highly recommended for blackberry bushes. If that cannot be obtained uso loam. Tree-planting for profit or adorn meat requires caro and discrimination, as much as raising crops or flocks and hords. The Milton Eagle says n sago ten given to a horse seveie caso of bots. It is remedy to give. Goldsmith Maid trotted moro miles below 2:20 than any other animal in tho United States. She has 111 heats to her credit in 2 : 20 time. Plant cuttings of grapo vines, cur rants, etc., leaving but ono bulb on the surface; crowd the toil hard against the lower end of the cuttings. A well known farmer of Lancaster county, Ph., has jut,t completed sales of his tobacco crop, showinu a totnl yield of $360 per aero for last year. Branches that were broken during ing tho winter should bo cut near to tho trunk, a smooth cut made and covered with grafting wax or thick paint. The most efficient and economical mode for using ashes is to apply twenty or twenty-five bushels per acre at two or three different times during growing season. Tho practice of washing sheep is cecuming uisctirueu. nothing is gained by so doing, while it is iniu nous to the animal as will as to thofo who have tho disagreeable work to perforin. iuanuro is the larmers savings bank, and if moro of them would have largo heaps of it every spring to spread upon their lands, instead of money at interest, they would prosper better in the end. that the Thcro 's nn unwritten law President shall not go to tlia theatre on Good Friday iilalir. President Lincoln wns shot on Good l-riday, and since then the President hai noc been seen nt the tlieatre on that day. A liETTER Sfom tho aov.-ct of Miss Jessie Boncs'cclo. Ko.hester. N. Y., April ', ISSfi. Gkvti.kmkn : It is with plcasuro 1 add my testimonial to tho tnnnv u-plMcnmvn riires which your most excellent remedv has eticcted. ror more than two venrs,-! wns a croat sufferer with rbptim'atism. being scarcely free from pain during the lime. I foutfd no relief until I procured ir. Pardee s remedy, and it cured inn completely. It is now two .units since I discontinued its uso and I have had no symptoms of tho diseaso since. I know from my own and from the experience of many others also, that it will en n nnv caso of rheumatism or neuralgia. . i am, very truiv vours, MllS. fl. S. liOXESTEELE. Syracuse, N. Y. Gents: 1 havo been troubled with Rheumatism for throo years, at times very badly afilicted : was in that condi tion about two weeks auo, when I got a bottle of Dr. Pardee's Hhcuiiiatiu Kem- Dr. J. William White. Sr.. nrofoMsnr of edy.aml in threo days time was ereatlv pin sical science at the University of Phil- relieved, and havo not been troubled ailelphia, has issued nn order prohibiting with it since I finished this bottlo. I icei ukc recommending it in tho burliest torms. as I believe it will do all that ia claimed for it. Yours trulv, JOHN BLODGKTT, 0'J Madison St. It U now possihlo to construct a com plote sewing nia hine in n minute, or sixty in one hour. TROUBLE AHEAD. When tlio appetlto fails ami tho sleep grows restless and ULrefreshlng, thtro is trouble ahead. Tho digestive organs, when healthy, crave food, tho nervous system, when vigorous and tranquil. kIvos Its possessor no uneasiness at night. A tonic, to bo eirective, should not bo a mere appetizer, nor aro tho nerves to be strengthened and soothed by tho unaided no tion of a sedative or narcotic. What Is re quired is a medicine which Invigorates the Momach. and nronmlen nvslinilntimi ,f V.a,i by tho system, by which means tho nervous s) siem.ua wen as ollfer parts of tho physical onanism, are strengthened. These nio the eueeis 01 iiosuucrs Stomach Hitter?, a nicd cliio whoso reputation Is founded llrmly in public conlldence, and which physicians com mend for its tonic, nntl- bilious and other jinpimriicH. ii is used wun tlio best reMilta in ivwr nun ague, rheumatism, kidney and lui'uuu ncHKnetis ana ouier maladies. I Dec line of nmn or wotnnn. -irciimlurely induced by execssc or bail j practice. spcedPy and mrjlr.tliy cured. Hoik (illustrated). Ml ecu ft in stunps , ConnilWitlon free. World's Di-pensun .Medical Association, Hullalo, N. Y. Soda will clean tarnished tin. Wl.on Ilaby was sick wo Rave her Cnstorio, WLon sho was a Child, Bho cried for Caaturla, Mtn she became Miss, BhorluiiKto Castoria, V1 cn die hiulCliildn-u.she gave thorn Castorla. students from uing tobacco in any form. "A A LUCKY MAN. lucky man i rarer than a whi'e cow, says Juvenal, and we think he knew. However, we have heard of thous ands ol lucky ones and wo propose to let their secret out. They wero people broken nown in iieami, suiienng with liver, blood and skin diseases, scrofula, dropsy, and eonsuiiipuon, aim were lucky enough 10 near pi mm wise enough to u e nr. fierce "Golden Medical Disrnv ery," tho sovereign blood purifier, tonic ana aiier.uivo ot me age. Vineg:r and salt will clean copper. I'liio .loI mid IVcww Inli-. the only complete, stock, will ho lound at rainier cc Hoy s Portland house. .iirdeiiinc for IMenmire. Gardening for pleasure, health and knowledge of tlio vegetable world are tho highest inducements that cau bo vet before ono to lead to tno study and practice cf horticulture. Tlio commer cial gardener and fruit grower has nil tho difficulties common to other pur suits to contend with besides tlio many perplexing ones peculiar to his own. Tho profits of this industry, in its various branches, havo been per sistently sot forth in a false and allur ing light by many journals, and espe cially by traveling salesmen interested in tho sale of various horticultural products. We would not attribute any intentional dishonesty to those who have thus bolstered tho coiiinier rial horticultural movement for years, but hard facta, as may becomo known, how tho error of thoir position. For one without experience or training to tako up any branch of commercial horticulture is almost sure to be a courting of failure. On tho other hand, ono will seldom or never be disap pointed who turn to tho garden for recrentiou, or who seeks there tho building up of overstrained norves, or who would follow out to discovery iomo of tho innumerable secrets of tho vegetable world that aro to be found by tho earnest and patient ob server. It is the place for at least an hour or two evory day for women, aa a hango from household duties; for professional men, editors, merchants, dorks, and all who may bo engaged in in-door, and especially aedentry, em ployments. Moro or less garden work should bo ongagod in every day and by every member of tho family whenever it is possible. Farm Xotco. Tho theory that tho box of an egg can be told by its shape is erroneous. Millions of weed seeds can bo de iroyod on almost evory farm by firo. Picklod oggs novor pass for frosh eggs among intelligent people. They To destroy aphides or plant lico, dip tho ends of tho twigs into a strong tea made by steeping tobacco stems (which may bo procured at any cigar lactory) in hot water, or syringe with whale-oil soap suds. Trees for shelter, shade and orna ment, if well chosen, are always worth the planting, and subsequent cfiie re quired to get them fairly rooted so they will need nothing moio than friendly protection. As a rule, tho sizo of tho seed will indicate tho depth to plant it, start ing with tho smallest at one-half an inch, such as celery, parsnip, elc, while peas and beans may be put one j and a half inches deep. Manure is a groat stiniulont for the garden, therefoio put it on plentifully. Better put out only half tho usual quantity, and do that well, than run over a largo garden but half prepared Never stir your land when very wet. Wo know of no means of pickling eggs so as to pass them for fresh ones. Tho best means we know of keeping eggs for a few weeks is to pack them in boxes in perfectly dry and sweet oats or bran, so far apart that no shells can touch. Fasten on the cover and place in a cool cellar. Turn the box over every day. 'The gooseberry bushes do best when they are well trimmed. They mako very rank growth. It is a fruit that does best in partial shade, and if tlio mildew do not attack it a crop may always bo looked for. They are not grown extensively for sale, but overy farm or garden should havo a space devoted to them. ALWAYS KEEP THE UPPER HAND OF DISEASE. Changes of temperature are apt to cause dangerous sickness; in the full-blooded apoplexy is to bo feared. When you have a pain tho head, feel dizzy, feverish, rheu matic or sick at the stomach take at once three to ten of Biiakdutii's Pills. Such slight nHeetions nro only the harbingers of diseaso or sudden prostration, and the thing to do is to master the trouble at once. Never let a little s ckness get the oetier oi you. urivo it out ot doors im mediately. Let there ho no compromise, always have with you a box of Dhand huth's Pills, and" you are prepared to tight mo worst lorm oi sickness in its in-cipiency. "Biro evil's BtroiM-Iilal 'l'roolio are an ell'ectnnl Cough Heniedy. Sold only in boxes. Price J5 cents. E'stlimM- V Key manufacture thoir own goods, and cansull 5 por cent, lower man any oilier House. Thy Germea for break last. There sijll remains of public lands, unsurveyed, about 9,000,000 acres in Colorado, 12,000,000 in Arizona, nearly 30,000,000 in California. -19,00,000 in Dakota, 7,000,000 in Florida, .1-1,000,000 in Idaho, 7,000,000 in Minnesota, 39, 000,000 in Nevada, 7-1,000,000 in Mon tana, '11,000,000 in Utah, anil moro than 20,000,000 in Washington Terri ritory, and so on. Years ago the Chinese yam, a coarse esculent, with roots running so deep that it is almost impossible to cither dig or eradicate it, was widely adver tised as likely to supercede tho potnto. Tlio latest heard of this fraud is its advertisement as a charming and orna mental climber. Farmers who have had this yam once want no more of it under any circumstances. If you have old trees that have failed to yield profitable crops of fruit, dig tho soil up thoroughly and then apply a good dressing of well-rotted stable manure and work thoroughly into tho soil. Then, if you have them, apply a dressing of wood ashes. If these fail to revive tho tree, after giving a good pruning, it is about past redemption, and should give way to fcomething better. To show what can be dono with early-cut hay, a Mr. Terry, writing to tho Now Ybrk Tribune, states that ho has a team of heavy work horsos that for nearly fivo years havo lived on a diet of early-cut clover and timothy hay. They have not had a singlo feed of grain during all this time, aro as fat as soals, and at no time during the fivo years could ono boo a rib on either of them. To take a heavy load of wheat or potatoes to market (twelve miles) ia but play for them. A better plan to mako tlio hens pay well is to havo them lay most of their eggs in the cold weather, whilo eggs aro Inch priced ; then when eggs get I down to 10 cents per dozen they will be ready to reast. In other words, lot the hens strike for higher wagea in summer rather than in winter. Tho averaeo farmer does not take bucIi caro of his hens as will -allow them to lav ccrca in cold weather, then, when they do got 6tartcd say in May tho pncea aro comparatively tow. LYDI A E. PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND WILL HELP ANY WOMAN SufTsrlnB from I'.ldnoy Dis easo or from troubles po-cullartolierscx. Its turfose is scMyffr ific legitimate hrallngot aiscaseaua ine reiiij rj r"t,,iiutl.int it iters all it claims to do, thousands elauies can giadly testify. 1 1 has strxxl the test of twenty years in rc'.icving period!- cal pain, promoting reftilarity of seasons, and banishing weakness, backache and consequent nervous distress. Prolubly no other woma.t i:i tho world receives sc many "letters of thanks" as I.ydia 1!. rinkham, of Lynn, Mass. Mrs. IS of Enfield, J. II., says: "I will simply say that your Vegetable Compound is all you recommend it tu be. lias done me Worlds of good." Another lady writes from Ottawa as follows: "I have just to-day boujht the seventh bottle of your Vege table Compound, have used two boxes of Pills and sev eral packages of your Sanative Vt'aJi, ami think it but light totellyim how mm h good I derived from your medi cines. Tlicy are a regular Cod-ser.d. All the pains nnd aches have almost disapjtearcd. my stomach is much ctrongcr too nnd I feel myself improved every way, l'rlcu 61. Hold by utl DructrlUi. For Imperfect Digestion, Disordered Stomach. Let Travelers round this worll of euro Without delay tlit'iiiBelvcs jiropure. .AKiiiriBl tlio i 11 H thitl nmy uriso Krom Ill-cooked monls nnd lengthy rides. A Hiiro (it'fi-nci) is lit their cull, Kor TAKEANT'S 6ELTZKH conquers all. O I CUM VYH I ; GKblor.llocnlsh iauoaiUur dct Organs, band instruments. Largest utock of Sheet Murio and Hooks. Hands supplied at KuHtorn prices. M. ukay, 20(5 Pot street. 8n.n Francisco. CURES VHLRE AIL ELSE FAI.S Best HtHiKh hyr ip TnMes i;ood. do In time. r-.'(i liv ilnifirtsts. WILLIAM BECK & SON, Wholesale and Itetall Dealers in Guns and Sporting Goods, I'liio KlMliiiig Tackle. Accnts (or tho VXIJXCKMiKD FIRE WORKS Company. FLAGS, BALLOONS T0EPED0E3,- Firo Crackers and Bombs, Agents for SpaldlngB3seB3ll Goads CSTHeni for Catalogue No. 7. 165 & 167 Second St., Portlind, Or. UUAN'Cl! STOKES; ersldAT J)poliau)I'alU.W.T. 9IBtateSt.,3alem,Or. The Van Monciscar DYSPENSARY, PORTLAND, OR. Young, middle wed madn old, single or marnfcd ines aid all who suMer with LOST MANHOOD I Kerroui Debility, Bpcrai torrbea. Head oil Louts, Sexual DtKwr. Falling Mem ory, Weak Yjut, Lack of Knergr, alio illood iad Hkla DLwases, Hrr.blUU. Kruptton. llalr ValUug lloae Tains, H vtUuigt Bore Throat, Ulcers, Hi (ecu of Mercury, Kidneys and D ladder Trouble! Weak Hack, Hurting Urine. Gonorrhea, Oloet, Btrtct ure-prompt relief and cure for We. Both Hcxi-M Couuult CaBflilentlany oKFioE-iaa et 184 thibd ot. . Lockport, N. Y. Gentlemen:! think tho niuilicitio prepared lv thu I'nrtlce Meilicino Coin- jiany is in fact the best rheuinatio ineil leinc now on tho market ; its equal is not known. My boy only six vears old was contined to his. bed with rheuma tism , I got a bottle of the inediisino and m a lew days ho was out of bed and playing nt omul the house. lean cheer fully recommend this medicine- to all rheumatic suflerors. J. K. l'EUKY, Shoo Dealer. Ask your drunrist for Dr. Tardoo's Remedy ami tako no other. -Prico $1 per bottle ; six bottles, $5. raruee -uedieino wo., Koclicstcr, N. Y It Is acrreetl that the fliuvit nork made in tho world U that of tho Mmluria Islands where tho swiuu live principally on nuts. Piso's Remedy for Catarrh Is agreeable to use. It 1 not a liquid or a hiiiiH'. 50c. READ THIS CAREFULLY. Krery mm ami woman young or oM, on this Count, Hut U ttlllicttHl with any ilWue no n utter wlmt, that llu-lr family l hyulelnn iloi-s not U'l.ltmtniiil, t r eniinot erne, slioul 1 write a full iltwrlptimi of tlu-ir trouble to l)r i iinlen, or get on 'lie tlft il nuil IU him lli'lsjiro tiilnl with every instrument of siiiyi'iy. "1 tho U-t " rliciui' to 1h Imil for money (Aniatilutlou free Hone t i)ilnin gWeii; reusoiuiMe chaws All corrtu IxmiU-nce etrlcily coiirMctttlul Knclime stamp. AiUlnw W II I'OKKI'X. M I) ; unices, 8, i ami IS, first Na tional llmik, rottiaml. Oreiio.i. Rupturo Pormnnontly Curod. No suiifety Work every ilay I'urei niaranteti! A.Mrevs lr KoltDKN l.l Tlll'.lt, otlices 8, a ami 12, I'lM Nailnua1 Hank, IVrtlaml. I trefoil. i I 1 TRAD Eto MARK. VrlW' POWDER Absolutely Pure.1 ThUromler neret rurlea. A -norrel tt pnrltj, crenth anil wholtsomeueoa. lloro cconomiral UiVI crJInary klmln, u l cvuinot tx toM la cotniietV Cioa witli the multitude of low Vert, ohort wcwA Svloai or ptociiiht.to povnlefa. only H aa 2wfU.Ea.s-.n9 IxwDjri Ca 103 V all otetai. IX T. ZSgSSP Absolute!)! i J'ito from Oplntes, Kinetics ( l'olson. AT lUtTU'ltNTN AND 1IKAI rRR. Tils (lltltl.KH A. (l(ll I.1.K H).. IltI.TIJIOItK.5in. A BONANZA. MINE of health is to bt foxnd in Dr. I. V. Pierce's "Favorile Prescript ion " to (he merits of which as a remedy tor fcmttlu weakness and Kindred nil'octions thous ands testify. Hu ter is tho best polish to nut starch. into liiv no a-VelirliO. Palmer & Hev maimtacture their own tine, and haviiiu no frolghls to pav they will not advance tneir prices. H'ikIoi- llns froviMioiis of the In terstate bill Palmer & Hey can sell you j tvpe, presses and printing material lower than any other Iihuhh. CT JACOBS on1 w BB ussv sh n u i s a fees u f a aa ma at Cures Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Jlnrlarbr, IINidarliA, loomnrue, hnrnli llruUr.. tlr., etr. ruiiu rii'TV t)i:.NT. AT IlKUdlUSIS ANn IlKAI.Klta Till: ClllUtKM A.10IIKI.KH Mtl.TIJIimK, 111). orpasn Curfi In 1 TO b IJAYS. 7Ga&rantril not io cauisStrlcturee 1 Itf'donlj bj th IZTasjChjaicilCa. Cincinnati,! Ohio. Obw taVen the lad in til ICS uf tliat CUx ot ic cue', nn.l hat ivn a it untwist MUuk xunniv num., G Mi won the litor of tin' publn. and now tanks .moutf the leadiutT Mcdi a ciueatjf the o'ldom. A L SMITH. llradford, Pt. V enM.oo. I Wahhen's SsWDrcssStnjI Tlio only Ureal Stay In tho worUh Almolnttfly unbreali. n'llo. l'rlct IS cents ner janl. l'oi sale everywhere. I Also, Jiit ireiareil for tlm market, now, tlejraut Bntin Ciivoreil FeaMivrbone, renjy for attnchluir to the lltust ilrosies. l'rlce, 25 eents ier yanl. I'olurs: lllack. White, Canllual, llluoa'iil l'lnk. If your ileiilt-r hns not securuiiit.uuyuiuouuttieslreil Mill I mi hent. noatnalil. nu r.-oMnk of nrlees. Aililrivs M'.llflti:.V I'lMTIIMt. IHIM'.Cmil'lNV. TIino Oillis, .lllclilmui. Tiio uuYiaiis cjumis u lasiictl Sept. mill Jlurcli, cneli j r, 03" 31 InKe, S'sXll1 iielic,wmovcr 3.0OO illimtrntlons 1 -whole llcturo CJnllrry. (JIViwS AVlioIcsnle Prices iltrcct fi eoimiiinrr.t on all good for lirvxounl or family use. TcIIhIiow to i.nler, runt given exact cost or eTery Ihliig you ie, eat, !rlnU, wrar, or have fun Willi. These INA'AI.TJAltLK HOOICS contain InforinnUou plriMiril from Ilie marUefs of Ihe orll. AVo will mull n etipy l'-ltKIC to any nd dreM upon receipt of 10 cts. to defray expense of mailing. lt us Ijcox froiu you. llmpectfullyt MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. iV 2211 W11lnu.l1 Avenue. (Jhlcnjjo. 111. MEN Ol' AMY ..:; HAVI.MJ nny Nervous or s-ret DLte iso. vnnntiirul Iaws. Dlubeles, lirlsht's Dlaensp, lAtST .11 M!M)I. NcrvoiH I'tlil.i!y, Mpi rnmlorrhrit, fieiin:il I,ors,.i--;iiiii no. .... . 1 1, HM K i, . i-i h i.-. iiioi. itiiiK i.yej., J I. i k of luiit-rKy, ulsn Itlood ami 1 H.lil l'lspiiM'ii.Hy)lill ls,i:rtiilloiit, ijniri iiuinir,iJoiif i-:iiiis.,sweu- llll.'l. Hiiro Tiimnt. I'I.-oi-k. I!;r.-..f of Jlorenrv, kiilneyw null llln'M. r Troiihtes, cul. IliU'k.Iliunli' riliip,(JiiiinrrlR';i,uloot,atrle turj nrouint relief nml euro for life. i,aih:.n. 1 liU trontment n iiitro, lovely eoinplcit Ion, fioo from mi11(iviich.j, fVMis, lil.icl.iiciul.i,. iTiiplloiiK, eta, hrll.l.inttjyos nml liorfect henltli, can ho 1 "i L When ItUiucoiivenleiiltoeoinoto Uiocltv. by u ihlnuyourtllacnso, 011 rccelpl of f-D, lncxll cino wl.l lio sent you froo from tr-ize, to suit tlio ensc. IT jt'iillor ml(lrct.i lr. It., rrlvnlu Dlapcnsttry U.'j Hearn.v rilreel. Nan l-'rniielHCu. Tills nnLT or r.ccmcrslcrls maJe eiprr.sl for the ours or ddmngcmrnu of tho sencrstlrO' orgim. The coiUnuout ttrsni of KI.ECTnlClTY 'rtnrllin through tho purl nut rcatort llicm lotit-sUhrsotlim. Uonot confoanil UJtwlth k'Uotrlo Dells tdrt itf.i'fl to oare all Ills front lica.ltotoe. II la fur Ihi ONH. ipcclDorurpoe. For circulars gtrlog full la fot station, sdilrr. CSftr.r Klec Irla l:c't Co., 10 WuuUto Blrcct. Ctlcsjo, 111. m riMi I N. P. N. U. No. 182 -S. V. N. U.o. 2f0. LivB, mm km mm Liver Disease AfID IHeartTroj Trouble, Mrs. MAitv A. McCi.ukk, CoImm, Kam., writes: " 1 ailtlressuil you 111 November, lrlHl, In vt'iriinl to my la-ulth, beliiir nillietutl with liver iliHcnso, hfitrt trouble, nuil fciiiulo wik ness. I wns lulviacil to uso Dr. I'lcreo'a (ioldcu Jicdlcnl Ulscovory, Fuvorito l'rn scrintion nnd l'vlluta. 1 used 0110 bottlo of tho I'lvscrintion flvo of tho ' Discov ery,' and four of tlio ' I'kvu-mnt rui-Riitlvo Pclluts.' lly lit'iillh bo iriin to improve under tho uso of your lnudiciuu, and my strt'iiuth ixtmo buck. My dillleultics havo all dLsn)uiirud. 1 c:iu work biird iilldiiy.orwalk fourorllvo inlles 11 duy.uuil btand It well; nnd when 1 oeirun lismtr mo iiiediumo 1 eoum sunrueiy wtuk iiui-okh tuu rotnii, most, of tlm time, and 1 did not think I could over feel well tifruln. I havo a littlo baby Rlrl cljjlit months old. AUIioiirIi sho is 11 llltlo 1 ilelieiito in sizo nil 1 aiieiinineo, slio is hcaltliy. I kIvo your reme dies all tlio ertxlit for eurlnjr 1110, us 1 took no other treatment alter 1 bctrlnnlni; their uso. I tun very rmteful for your kindness, nnd thank (lod and thank you that I am as well as 1 tun after years of sulferltiir." airs. j. v. WEiiiiF.it, 01 l oriwurc, vatutrtiuau uo., K. 1'.. writes: " I wish to b:iv 11 low words in praise. 1 of your 'Golden Medical Discovery ' nnd 'l'lensant l'urirativo j-euois.- ror nvo years provious 10 takltii; them 1 was a great sullercr; I bad a dovuro imiu In my riBiit siao continuniiy; wns iiiuiblo to do my own work. I nm hnppy to say General Debility. Liver Disease. 1 am now well and strotifr, thanks to your inodieliios." Chronic Diarrhea Cured. D. IiAZAitliK, Ksq., t7S and t77 Decatur Street, AVtu Orlfutis, La., writes: " I used threo bottles of tho Golden Medical Discovery nnd It has cured wo of cbronlo 1 diarrhea. My bowels aro now regular." Mrs. Paiimei.ia HuiriJDAaE, of 131 Lock Street, Lochport, A. 1. writes: " I wns troubled with chills, nervous and general debility, with lrcnuciit ho re throat, and my mouth was badly cankered. My liver wns inactive, nnd I siilfert'd much from dvBDcnsin. 1 11111 nlensed to f:iv thnt vour '(loideii Medical Discovery' nnd '1'ellets' havo cured me of nil these ailments and I cannot bay enough in their lnil?o. X must also say a word In relerenco to your 'Fuvorito Prescription,' as It has proven Itself a most excellent medicine for weak females. It has been used lu my family with excellent results." DyHpopNla. Jamks L. Coliiv, Ksof I'urnfim, Houston Co., Minn., writes: "1 was troubled with Iiitllirrstlou, and would vat heartily and grow poor at the Bamo time. I experienced heartburn, sour stomach, nnd ninny other disagreeablo symptoms common 10 unit disorder. 1 commenced tuning your 'OolUcn Medical Discovery' and 'I'ellets,' and I tun now entirely freu from tho dyspepsia, and am, In fact, healthier than 1 havo been for llvo years. I weigh 0110 hundred and soventy- f 1 1. ..I 1.. 1 1 1 n Juno mm Uliu-liuil uilliun. unit lilio uoiiu on miioli wnrlf flui liMHt. Niiiuiner na I luirn ever dono in tlio snmo length of tlmo In my life. 1 never rook u inedlciuo that Hcuuicd to tout) up tho muscles and invigorate' tho whole B)'6tcm wiual to your 'Discovery ' and ' Pellets. " IyHpopnln. TiiKia-SA A. Cash, of SprinufttUl, Mo., writes: "1 was troubled 0110 year with liver complaint, dyspepsia, and sleeplessness, but your 'Uoldcn Medical Discovery' cured liiu."i CIiIUh and rover. Hev. H. H. Mohmsy, Montmorcnct, S. C. writes: "Ijist August I thought I would dlo with chills and fever. 1 took your ' Discovery ' uud It stopped them in a very short time.'" Invigorates the System. THE BLOOD IS THE LIFE Thoroughly clonnso tho lilood. which is tho fountain of health, by using Dr. Pierce's flolden Medical Discovery, und good" dige'stiou, a fulr skin, buoyant spirits, und bodily health mid lgor will bo established. Uoldcn Medical uiscovery ouit;s ail nil mors, irom 1110 commo;i piinpie, nioicn, or eruption. 10 1110 worst, duioiiimi, or uioim ion, IiMscially has it proven its ollleacy In curing Salt-rheum or Tetter, Fover-sorcs, Hlp-Jolut Dlsi-aso, Scrofulous Bores doIsoii and dwellings, Knlarged Glands, and Hut Ing Ulcers, Indigestion Bgils, Blotches. Uev. P. AHiiuny Howei.i, Pastor of the Jlf. K. Church, of SUvcrton, A. J.. says: ' was af flicted with catarrh and Indigestion. Holla mid blotches began to arise 011 tho surface of tho skin, and 1 oxperiouced a tired feeling nnd dullness. 1 began tho uso or llr, 1'lerces (loldcn Medical Discovery ns directed by him for such complaints, nnd in ono week s tlmo T began to foel llko 11 now man, nnd am now sound and well. Tlio ' Ploirsunt Purgative Pellets' aro tlio best remedy for bilious or sick headache, or tightness about tho chest, and bad taste lu the mouth, that I havo over used. My wife could not walk across tho Moor when shu began to tako your 'Golden Medical Discovery. Now sho cm walk quite u littlo ways, und do some light work. ' HlP-JOIIIT Disease, t Mrs, In A M. Stiiono, of Alnsworth, Ind., writes: I "My littlo boy had lieon troubled with hip-Joint I (ltuciiai. f, tivn I'mru Wlioll lot nltn 1110, w.ul i lift I uso of your 'Golden Medical Discovery' and 'Pellets.' ho wits conllnod to his lied, nnd could 11, if. hi, iiuii-eil without HiitToriinr irrent 1111I11. Hut rnd can walk with tho help of crutches. Ho does not suffer any pain, and can cut and sleep as well us any one. It has only been about threo mouths since he commenced using your medicine. I cannot ilnd words with which to cxpicss my gratitude for tho beueilt ho has received through you." SUI11 DIhcuiio. The "Democrat and News," of t'umhrhluf, JlaiivlawJ, enys: "Mrs. Kijza Ann Pooi.i:, wife of I-coniud Poole, of I Kit Uamnliuiv, Dorchester Co., Md., has liecn cured of a bad enso of Kezenfa by using Dr. FJerco'a Golden Sledlcal Discovery. Tho dlseuso np oeared first In her feet, extended to the knees. covering tho whole of the lower limbs from feet to knees, then attacked the elbows and liecnino bo sevcro as to prostruto her. After being treated by several physicians for a year or two she commenced tho uso of the niedlcliie named above. Bho soon begun to mend and Is now well nnd hearty. Mrs. Poolo thinks the medicine hns saved her life and prolonged her days." Mr. T. A. Aviikh, of Eati Aeu Market, Dorchester County, Md. vouches for the ubovo tacts. A Terrible Affliction. now, tliaulu to your ' Discovery,' Jui is able to bo up all tho time, COSOIPTION, WEAK LUNGS, SPITTING OF BLOOD. Goi.dkm Mkoicai. DmcovrjiY 011 run Consumption (which is Scrofula of tho Lungs), by Its wonderful blood-purifying, invigora ting nnd nutritive properties. For Weak Lungs, Spitting of Mood, .Shortness of Ilrvuth, Ilroiiehltis, t-eveu Coughs, Asthma, and kindred uU'ectlons, It ia a sovereign remedy. While It promptly cures tho severest Coughs It strengthens tho system """niphUy bull!lsuii tho system, und increases the flesh and weight of thoso itxluecd below tlio usual standard of health by " wasting uisoascs. CoiiNtuiiptloii.-Mrs. Udwaui) Nkwton, of Harrmcnnlth, Ont., writes: " Von will ever bo praised by mo lor the remarka ble euro in my caso. I was so reduced that my friends hud all given mo up, nud I had ulso Ikjcii given up by two doctors. 1 then went to the Iwst doctor in these piirta. Ho told 1110 thut medicine was only a punishment 111 my caso, aim woum inn. uuiieiiuiie 10 ,, tniit mo. lie said I might try Cod liver oil if I n...... lln I liked, us thut was tno only tiling mat ooiuu iiohsi- U VhN UP I bly have any curullvo powor over consumption so uiif-n ur 1 .y,,, t trl0(j t10 co(l jvcr u w u lt Tfl MIF I treatment, but I was so weak I could not keep It lu u;l. B ,i in v Kiiiniu-li. SI v husband, not feellnir eatislled to give mo tin vet. though ho hud bought for mo everything bo saw advertised for my complaint, procured a quan tity of your 'Golden Modlcrtl Discovery.' X took only four bottles, and, to tho surprlso of everybody, nm txMluy doing my own work, and am entirely free from that Uiralblo cough which hnrrassed mo night and day. IhuvoboenalUlctcd with rheumatism foranumbor of yearn, and now feel so much liotter that I believe, with u con tinuation of your 'Golden Medical Discovery,' I will bo restored to perfect health. I would say to those who aro falling a prey to that tenlblo dlsenso consumption, do not do as I did, Uko every thing elso first: but tako tho 'Golden Medical Discovery' lu tho early stages of tho disease, and thereby savo a great deal of suf fering and bo restored to health nt once. Any jicrson who is ftlll in doubt, need but writo mo. inclosing a stamped, eclf iwldresHol envelope for reply, when tho foregoing statement will bo fully substantiated by me," ITlcer Cured.-lHAAO R. Downs. Eso.. of Spring Valley, RockUmd'Co., A. V, P. O. llox SH), writes: "Tho 'Golden Medi cal Discovery ' has cured my duughtcr of a very bud ulcer, located: oil tno tnigii. Alter trying inmost, everyimug wituoui success, we- proctinti three bottles or your uiscovery,- 1 lerfcciiy." iir. wowns coiiiinMes: which healed it up- Wasted to A Skeleton. CoiiMiiiuptloii and Heart Dlcusc. "I also wish to thank you for tho remarkable euro you havo elTectcd in my case. 1'Ul LIIIVU JI.UIO J BUUVIIU 4IUII1 UlUb Will" blo diseaso, consumption, and heart disease lieforo consulting you 1 bud wasted away to il skeleton : could not sleep nor rest, and many times wished to dlo to bo out of my misery. I then consulted you, and you told 1110 you tad hones of curinir mo. but It would tnko time. I took flvo months' treatment in all. The ilrst two months I was' almost discouraged: could not pcrcelvo any favorable symptoms, but the third mouth I begun to pick up in llesh uud strength, L cannot now recite how, step by step, tho signs und realities or returning health gradually but surely developed thwiselvcs. To-day 1 tip tho scales at ono hundred and sixty, and ant well and strong." Our principal rellaneo in curing Mr. Downs' tcrrlblo disease wits the "Golden Medical Discovery." JfiSEI'H P. McFAiujirrn, Esq.. Athttu, La., writes) "My wife hud frequent bleeding from tho lungs lieforo tho commenced using your Golden Medical Discovery.' Sho bus not had any since its use. For some six months she baa bocii feeling so well ttuit she luu Bleeding from Lungs. discontinued It,1 Trlco $1.00 per Bottle, or Six Bottlcn for $5.00. t WORLD'S BISPENSARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, PreprUters, Ko, 66.1 Mala tftrect, HDPFUOi Xi Vk Goldca Medical Dlscorery Is Sold hj Druggists.