1883.

A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL.
friends and patrons the wide world over and as one of the most important questions to young and old, rich and poor, high and low is, *' How may a happy new year be attained?" we shall just say a few words on the subject. In the first place, then, without a true regard for religion and morals, there can be no such thing as a happy new year, nor can it be attained, without the utmost caution and circumspection with regard to our health. We all know our duty in relation to the former, and how vital its performance to our well-being both here and hereafter but are we so clear, in respect to it, so far as the latter is concerned ? Are we given to moderate eating, to temperance and to cleanliness ? When we find it necessary to take medicine, d» we swallow the first pills that are handed to us, without knowing whether they are compounded of damaged drugs or mineral poisons, by disreputable parties, who set no value upon
;
;

THIS we wish most heartily to all our

human

make twenty-five cents out of either, or DR. HERRICK'S SUGAR-COATED VEGETABLE LIVER PILLS they are compounded of precious and life-giving Ingredients by men of exalted character and profound medical skill, who for many
life

or suflfering so long as they can

whether— as

in the case of the celebrated

long years have enjoyed the respect and confidence not only of the citizens of this great Republic, but of the people of every civilized land ? When we are about to take a draught to alleviate some sudden pain or ache, or to purge the stomach, blood or kidneys free of all impurities, do we first satisfy ourselves that it is some such famous distillation as RENNETS PAIN-KILLING MAGIC OIL, that has for years stood in the very first rank of all great human remedies, or one of those vile drastic abominations that ruin the digestive organs, destroy the coating of the stomach, and consign the patient to a life of hopeless misery ? Before you buy or use a draught, a lotion, a pill or a plaster, look well to the antecedents and character of the manufacturer and that of the vender. One single omission in this relation may embitter your whole life, and leave you a confirmed invalid to the latest hour of your existence. A single dose of new-fangled pills, like that of some newfangled decoction, has been known to destroy the health of a person *-eyond redemption ; while a worthless plaster has resulted in the death of a patient from its having failed to arrest in time an ailment not necessarily fatal. Look well to this Whatever your illness, avoid startling nostrums, and all medicines and remedies that are
!

not well authenticated, as you would avoid poison.

Whether

pills,

draughts, lotions

or plasters, they are in ninety-nine cases out of a hundred got up by unprincipled, poverty-stricken speculators, who deal in the refuse of drug stores, and who have

not got a single cent, to live upon beyond what they realize from the vile traffic in Look well to it, and to your duty toward God and your which they are engaged. neighbor, and rest assured that we shall not have wished in vain, A HAPPY

NEW

YEAR TO ALL

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ASTEONOMIOAL CALCULATIONS TOR
PREPARED EXPRESSLY FOR HERRICK'S ALMANAC, By BJEMJLIK H. WBIGST, Penn Ymn, jr,T,

1883.

ECLIPSES— 1888.
There will be A>ar Bollpses.thls year, two of tht Snn and two of the Moon, as foUowit L A Partial Eclipse of the Moon, April 22, visible in Oalifornia, invisible In the Battem StaiMi A Total Eclipse of the San. Maj 6 invisible in the United States. II. UL A Partial Eclipse of the Moon, Oot. 15-16, visible throughout the United States, aa fbllowf MiddU. Btgint. ifiddU. JBnd*. Btgint, .oii: H. M. ST. M. 2Mora... I 58* Mora... 3 641f<qni« NewTork City 3Morn... 1 69Morn.. a* 65'Mora. l' 1 Albany, N.T '• Omaha.Neb " 11 84Eve,.. * 30 ..12$ " 10 li " .. 3 1 Boston, Mass •• " .. « " Philadelphia, Pa... 67 Morn... I 63 " 2 30 .. 1 84 0. ... 38 " Charleston, 8. " Ban Franolsoo, Cal. 9 48 Eve. ..10 44 Eve. ..11 40 ffrv 59 " 1 3 7 " ..1 Chicago, III " St.Loai8,Mo 11 57 " ..0 eSMorn... 1 49 Mem. 2 12 16 " 20 " .. I . Cincinnati, ** " Washington, D.C..0 50 Morn... 1 46 <• .. » ii » 80 10 58 Eve. ..11 54 Eve. Denver, Colo " Size of Eclipse-l.Se IhgitB. 1 50 58 " ..0 54 Mora. Hew Orleans, La... An Annular Eclipse of the Sun, Oot SO. Sun tetf partially eollpsed on the Paoiflo Ooait.

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Mova'ble Feasts.

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9 Venus.

used in this Almanao. $ Mars. X Jupiter,

j

Movahle Feasts.
Sepluagesima Sunday Bexagesima Sunday

Chronological Cycles.
Dominical Letter Epact(Moon's Age, Jan. 1) Lunar Cycle (Golden No.) SolarCycle
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Qninquagesima Sunday Ash Wednesday Quadragesima Sunday Mid-Lent Sunday Palm Sunday Good Friday

Jan. Jan. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb.

21

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11
7 11

Easter Sunday Ix)w Sunday Rogation Sunday Ascension Day

March 25
1 April April 29

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March March

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DAYS.

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after 1st

Sunday

in

Lent

February

"

Pentecost
14th of September 13th of December

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"

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14, 18 and 17. May 16, 18 and 19. Sept. 19, 21 and 22.

Deo.

19, 2i

and

22.

MOON PERIGEE, APOGEE, HIGHEST
ran. Jan.

Per4ge«

13

Apogee

Lo^st
Highest

28 «
19

June. Mob. Apl. May. Feb. 5 .... 2-30 .... » 9 .... 9 .... 7 ... 14 ....25 ....24 ....20 ....17 ... 19 .... 2 ....2-2» .... 25 ....23 ....
.... 16 .... 14

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Herrlcrs Siar-Goateil

feptaMe

Liver Pills

THE GREAT CATHARTICS.
this years FOR almost fifty Europe no medicine inmore has conferred country or in

blessings

upon

all

more prominent
L. R.

PILLS. Every age and sex and condition of life has had reason to bless them —from the infant in its mother's arms, to the man bowed beneath the weight of three score years and ten. There is no internal ailment or derangeThey ment of the system beyond their reach are the great purifiers and regulators of the bile, the bowels. No affection of the the stomach and
!

TABLE LIVER

HERRICK'S SUGAR-COATED VEGE-

classes of society, or held a or enviable position than DR.

organs or obstruction of the secretions can withstand their searching and healing influences. Health, strength and a cheerful spirit wait upon them, as can be testified by thousands of living witnesses. They are admitted, in all civilized countries, to be the gentlest, and yet the most powerful, safe and effective medicine before the
vital

public to-day. They are compounded of the most precious life-giving ingredients in the light of the

They

most consummate medical experience and skill. are sold by all druggists, country merchants
in medicine.

and dealers

Th« True Purgative
and always gentle.

is always vegetable Rapid action, with fierce

griping pains, is a sure inaication of the presence of mineral poisons. As a gentle and purifying cathartic—as a remedy that purges the system of all impurities as a restorative to health and strength, DR. HERRICK'S PILLS are without a rival.

Dyspepsia.—This dreadf-ul complaint, which renders the lives of so many thousands utterly miserable at the present moment, can be overcome totally by a judicious and persistent use of

HERRICK'S SUGAR-COATED VEGETABLE

SUGAR-COATED

VEGETABLE
Chills

and Fever

arise

from a derangejment

For so far, no of the liver and digestive organs. case of this distressing malady has been discovered able to withstand the searching qualities and extraordinary curative powers of HER-

RICK'S
fail!

taken according to the directions accompanying each box, they never
" Dors this razor take hold well ? " asked the smiling barber. "Yes," replied the unhappy victim, " it takes hold well, but it don't let go worth a cent."
of a cat's appearance when so mad that her hair stands on end ? Why, that she has a fur-straight appearance, of coxirse.

LIVER PILLS. When

SUGAR-COATED

VEGETABLE

PILLS. deficiency of bile, together with a serious derangement of the digestive organs, athe true cause of the malady, and until these organs and the bile, as well as the other secretions, are thoroughly cleansed and purged of all impurities, a permanent cure is out of the question. No other medicine now before the public can compete successfully with these famous Pills in ridding the system of this terrible scourge. Try them. They have never failed yet when used according to the printed directions accompanying each box.
BUTCHER was lamenting to his Irish landlord that the people of his village were so few and so poor, that he was unable, as formerly, to find customers for a whole bullock. " Kill half a one at a time," replied the squire.
dis is

A

A

What is to be said
is

she

Excited Frenchman at Niagara Falls " Ah MagnifSupaarb de grand spectakel
!
!
!


I

ique

I

By

gar, he

is

come down

first-rate

"

1st

Month.

JANUARY,

1888.

8} Days.

Ketiralgla, which, as the name indicat^Js a nervous affection, always experiences Teherjrom.
the use
of

HERRICK'S SUGAR-CO^ED

PILLS. These great cathartics, which are totally. free from all mineral substances, so tend to purify* the system, the blood and other secretions, that the nerves speedily become restored to their If the normal condition, and all pain removed secretions are not kept pure and flowing freely, not only neuralgia but other oainful anections may be the result. DR. HERRICK'S SUGARPILLS are sold everywhere.

The Kidneys are situated on each side of the back-bone near the lumbar vertebrae. When diseased they are a source of the most terrible and dangerous suffering. Among other ailments they are subject to that fatal and frightful malady. Bright's Disease. No medicine yet discovered deals with them more speedily and effectively

TABLE PILLS
by magic and and discomfort.
if

than

HERRICK'S SUGAR-COATED VEGEwhich purify the secretions as relieve these organs of all pain

COATED

lilver Complaint.— All the dangers and discomforts arising from this serious and very common disease may be removed completely through the ag-ency of those world-wide remedies, HER-

LIVER PILLS, which urify the secretions and cleanse the bile and liver so speedily and thoroughly that, after a dose or two, the patient becomes possessed of new life an energies, so to speak. Once these great cathartics take a hold of the system, all lowness of spirits and sallowness the bodily health of complexion disappear, wni generally becomes re-established on a broader and surer foundation. Try these wonderful rem.

RICK'S

SUGAR-COATED

VEGETABLE

Old Sores and Ulcers, when permitted to eat into the system, frequently so sap its foundations that their removal becomes diflScult, if not impossible. If we would overcome them and eradicate them thoroughly, we must assail them with pure new blood, and crowd them out of the system with new tissues, causing the latter to take their place. This is the only way to get rid of them, as they are to be traced solely to vitiated secretions. No case of ulcers or old or running sores can withstand the active and purifying influences of HERRICK'S SUGARPILLS. These great Cathartics are sold and known everywhere.

COATED VEGETABLE

edies.

They aresold everywhere.

Affections of the Skin

arise

from impure

painful and universal disease manifests itself for the most part in the larger joints, such as the knees, hips and shoulIt is ders, although frequently in the back. simply an inflammation of the muscles, and an obstruction of the secretions belonging to these parts, and must therefore be subjected to some treatment that will take hold of the entire system and cool and purify it throughout all its ramificaNo agents have yet been found to accomtions. plish this with greater speed and abiding efficacy

Rheumatism.—This

blood or impaired digestion. They are most unsightly, and besides being a source of great discomfort,destroy all personal comeliness or beauty. To keep the skin and scalp free from all disease, and the complexion pure, all that is necessary is to take an occasional dose of HERRICK'S

SUGAR-COATED

VEGETABLE

LIVER

PILLS, which so act upon the blood and all the secretions as to purge them of every impurity, and set them flowing with renewed health and vigor throughout the whole system,
liOok I There is no truer saying than that "an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure." If, therefore, you would preserve your health and bodily strength intact, you must always keep your system cool and free from anything savoring of constipation or an obstruction of the secretions. This object is best effected through the occasional use of HERRICK'S SUGARLIVER PILLS, which, while gentle purgatives, are also tonics, and great purifiers of the blood. They are sold by all druggists, country merchants and dealers in medicines.

VEGETABLE
tics

than

DR.

HERRICK'S SUGAR-COATED

never

fail,

PILLS. These wondrous catharand hence their universal fame.

Ahead

Consumption.—This dreadful disease, which so often results from neglected colds and a careless observance of the laws of health, can, in its early stages, be overcome invariably by the use of

TABLE LIVER
tics

DR. HERRICK'S

SUGAR-COATED VEGEThese great cathar-

PILLS.

COATED

purge the system clear of all impurities, cleanse the secretions, and, as a consequence, relieve and invigorate the lungs. In this relation there is no remedy in the world more potent and trustworthy. Let this be noted by all who suffer from weak or oppressed lungs. These pills are sold everywhere.

Indigestion, while dangerous of

itself, is

fruitful source of various other maladies.

If

a our

Well.— A furred tongue, a bad taste of the mouth, a flagging appetite, or heaviness about the head or eyes, are each and all the foundation stones of disease, and, if not attended to, fre-

Mark

digestive organs are deranged, our health and strength must fail, as the food we eat cannot supply the waste of our system. HERRICK'S

SUGAR-COATED
PILLS
never
fail

VEGETABLE
remove
this

LIVER

to

complaint by
all crudities.

When assailed by such relief instantly in HERRICK'S PILLS, a single dose of which will act like a charm upon your whole system,
quently result fatally.

freeing the stomach and bowels of

symptoms, or any of them, seek

and give you new

life

and energy.

The English language is supposed to consist of about 60,000 distinct words. Of these, ordinary people use only from 500 to 3,000 ; great orators perhaps as many as 10,000, and lightning rod agents and directory canvassers 59,963.

"Why
pig
?

is a specimen of handwriting like a dead Because it is done with the pen.

composition that " Onions are the vegetables that make you sick if you don't

A

BOY says

in his

eat

them

yourself."

A sTUMP-ORATOR exclaimed, " I know no north| no south, no east, no west, fellow citizens!'' '^Then," exclaimed an old farmer in the crowd, "it's time you went to school and larnt jog-raphy."

A

PARISHIONER inquired of his pastor the mean•.

ing of this line of Scripture " He was clothed with curses as with a gar-

ment?"

" It signifies," replied the divine, " that the indiriduafhad a bad haiit of swearing^."

A BOY having.complained to his father that Bill had thrown the Bible at him, and hurt him on the head, the father replied " Well, you are the only member of my family on whom the Bible ever
:

made

the least impression."

,

2d Month.

FEBRUARY,

1883.

28 Days.

Renne's Pain-Killing Magic Oil
Sore Throat,

No C o n g h
Cold or Hoarseness can withstand a dozen
drops

Diphtheria,

Croup,
etc.,

Stiff

Neck, Cramps,
yield
at

mixed
a little

with

once to it when taken internally or applied externally as the case requires.

molasses.

MOON

S FHASKS.

N. Y. D. H. M.

CALVKSTON.
H.
11

Calendar for

Calendar for

Calendar for
''^exas,

New Moon

7 First Quarter.... 14 Full Moon., 21

114b.
4 59ji. 7 22a.

4
B

M. 51m. 36m.
59b.

New

Galveston, Y. State, Miclii- delphia, Conn., New Jer- Houston, Austin, gan, Wisconsin, sey, Pennsylvania, Ohio &c., La., Ala., Miss,, Ga. & Fla. Iowa & Oregon. Indiana and Illinois.

England, N.

New York

City, Phila

Do D.

Sun Sun Moon Sun Sun Moon H.
I

:W.

M W
Th

PlitJfloiii6Da

and Mponant Events.

rises

|

sets

rises.

rises sets

h.m. h.m.
j

h.

m. h.m. h.m,

rises h. m.

NY.
)i

Sun Sun Moon
rises

sets

h.

m. h.m h.m.

rises h. m.

Gt. floods Italy, '80. JSnow Fri Use Herrick's Plas. Much Sat Horace Greely b.,'ll. snow

Su ^uinquagesima Sunday.

Mo
Tu

Carlyle d., 1881. Clear Erupt. Mt.Vesuv.,'80. (Hid

7 14^5 7 18 5 7 12 5 7 115 7 10 5 9 5
8:5

We Ash "Wednesday.
Th TryR.'s Magic Oil.
mild.

65
6 5 45 25

Fri Theater dest. fire Dub., '80 Sat French occupy Rome, 1798 Su Q,uadragesima Sunday.

Mo

Kant

d., 1804.

Tery

15

Tu Ethan Allen d.,1781. severe We Ember Day. UseH.-sP. Th Engrrav. dis. B. C. 1000 yrs Cold. Fri Ember Day. Clear. Sat Ember Day.
Su Luther d., 1546

Mo Sun dial discov., 550 B.C. Tu Joseph Hume d.,'55. High We Cardinal Newman b., '1807
1733. zvind Fri Use H.'s Plasters. Clear, Sat Ct. de Lessep- at N.Y., '80

Th Washington b.,

Su Mid-Lent Sunday. Mo Thos. Moored., 1852. Very

Tu Longfellow b.,

'07.

much

We
tlbroat

Lamartine

d., '69. milder.

morn 5 53 6 59 5 1 55 6 57,5 2 54 6 56:5 6 545 8 45 6 53l5 4 30 5 10 6 52j5 o0;5 5 47 48^5 40 rises 6 4715 42 6 89 6 45 5 43 7 86 6 445 45 8 84 6 42:5 46 9 31 6 41 5 47 10 28 6 39 5 49 11 26 6 38 5 50 morn

14 15 16 18 19 21 22 23 24 25 26 28 29 80 82 83 85 36 38 39

1 86

5T8
5 19 5 20

1

2 35
3 80 4 24 5 12 5 58
sets

2 3

6 59 8 11 9 24 10 86

U

46

5 21 5 22 5 23 5 25 5 26 5 27 5 28 5 3U 5 81 5 82 5 84 5 85 5 36 5 37 5 39 5 40 5 41 5 43 5 44 5 45 5 46 5 48 5 49 5 50 6 37 5 51

4
6 5

32 30 20 19 7 65

sets

7 8 11 9 22 10 33 42

U
1

morn
49 60 2 60 3 40 4 26
5 6 5 54
rises

6 7 8 9 10

40 86

83 29 25 11 22

morn

50 651 537 3 49 6 60 5 88 5 39 5 52 6 48 5 40 6 49 6 48 5 41 7 40 6 47 5 42 8 26 6 46 5 43 9 16 6 45 5 44 10 1 6 41 5 44 10 46 6 43 5 45 11 35 6 42 5 46 morn 6 41 5 47 29 6 41 5 48 1 28 6 40 5 48 2 32 6 39 5 49 3 87 6 38 5 50 4 42 6 37 5 50 5 42 6 86 5 51 6 84 6 85 5 52 7 19 6 84 5 53 7 57 6 33 5 63 8 35 6 32 5 64 9 14 6 31 5 55 9 49 6 30 5 65 10 26 6 29 5 66 11 1 6 28 ^6,7 11 42 6 27 5 68 eve28 6 26 5 59

4 62 6 49

10 5 59 63

44 35
sets

7 5 8 10 9 15 10 20
11

24

morn
26 25 2 23 3 15 4 3 4 47 5 29
1

6 42 7 33

8 25 9 16
10 8 11 1 11 54

Hoarseness, Bronchial affections and all diseases of the lungs and OIL., mixed with molasses. experience instant relief from the use of RENTE'S Thousands have been plucked from the jaws of death through the agency of this wonderous medicine. No family, factory, workshop or public institution, should be without a supply o| it. It is soM

COMMON

COLDSy

MAGIC

trtrywhert.

:

; ;

I<OM of Appetite and Sleep

is

generally

indicated in advance by a furred tongue and a bad taste in the mouth on risin|^ in the morning. This must be seen to at once. The digestive organs are deranged or the liver affected, and if health is to be restored, the bile, stomach and bowels must be purged of all crudities and viti ated matter. In no other case do HERRICK'S

Costiveness.— This common ailment although sometimes thought lightly of, is a very prolific source of headache and many other disagreeable affections. To permit it to obtain for any length of time would be to undermine the system, and lay the foundations of permanent disease. It yields invariably to the purifying and gentle purgative qualities of

SUGAR-COATED

VEGETABLE

LIVER

PILLS show

COATED VEGETABLE
mous

DR. HERRICK'S SUGARPILLS.
These fa-

their great virtues

more speedily

cathartics are sold everywhere.

or effectively than in the one under consideration. A dose of from two to six, according to the severity of the symptoms, never falls to afford

permanent

relief.

effect of a dose or

COATED VEGETABLE PILLS in cases where children are aiTecte<i with COUGHS, COLDS, FEVERS, WORMSfSKIN DISEASES, RICKETS, WHOOPING COUGH, etc., has long

Diseases of Children.—The extraordinary two of HERRICK'S SUGAR-

been a subject of grateful remark. These searching, gentle and soothing purgatives, when used according to the printed directions accompanying each Twenty-fave cent box, never fail of their purpose. They purify, cool and invigorate the system so rapidly that the patient is restored to health as if by magic. These famous cathartics are sold everywhere.

"Worms are only possible in the system when the circulation if deranged and the stomach and intestines are out of order. Their symptoms in children are manifested by emaciation, disturbed sleep, pale or sallow complexion, grinding of the teeth while asleep, dry cough, and uncertain appetite though sometimes voracious, etc. Gentle purgatives and food easy of digestion are the only true remedies here. HERRICK'S PILLS have been found invaluable in this disease, inasmuch as they are compounded of ingredients that purge the system clear at once of all crudities and parasites and restore it to full vigor, speedily.
Boils.—These painful torments have their source in a vitiated condition of the blood, as well as in obstructions of the circulation, and of a free flow of the secretions. The only remedy is found in the use of gentle yet searching cathartics, which cleanse the stomach, bowels and liver. Where these organs are purged of all impurities, and the blood kept cool and rich, anything like a boil is totally out of the question. The judicious use of HERRICK'S SUGAR-COATED VEGETABLE LIVER PILLS is all that is necessary to prevent the presence of boils, or to rout them out of the system when they do appear.

Indies who use DR. HERRICK'S PILLS
at stated periods are invariably relieved of many discomforts. They never fall a victim to languor, constipation or headache. These gentle cathartics are possessed of rare virtues, as can be attested by thousands of the fair sex who have been restored to vigorous health and strength through their extraordinary purifying and healIn all complaints incident to the ing powers. sex they have no successful rival in the world. matter how weak, distressed or delicate the No patient may be, they act like a charm. They are sold everywhere.

Dropsy.— Among the most powerful and effecRICK'S SUGAR-COATED VEGETABLE PILLS, hold a most distinguished place. This is
owing
promote digestion
tive preventives

and cures for Dropsy,

HER-

usually applied to that failing condition of our health where no individual ailment or discomfort stands out in bold relief. Its meaning and character are best comprehended by ladies, who are affected more generally by i-t than are the opposite sex. Languor, loss of app>etite, lowness of spirits and a repugn'ance to exercise, are some of its characteristics ; and to remove the cause of these, we must strike at its very root, and rout it out of the system by a course of such purifying, strengthening and life-giving cathartics as HERRICK'S LIVER PILLS, that have long commanded the confidence and admiration of both hemispheres. These pills are sold everywhere. They are a blessing to both young and old, irrespective of sex.
is

General Debility. — This term

to the fact that these famous cathartics in a marked degree, and excite the absorbents to healthy action, so that all enlargements of the abdomen, etc., are reduced and the watery and other deposits gradually disposed of. Where the stomach, bowels and absorbents are in a healthy condition. Dropsy becomes impossible. How necessary then an occasional dose of HERRICK'S PILLS to even persons who are in apparent good health.

VEGETABLE

ALL IN A NUTSHELL.
all-reaching, all-powerful, and all-healing, are DR. L. R. HERRICK'S PILLS, they relieve at once, or cure permanently, the following wellknown diseases

SO

ing complaint, a dose of
or the stomach both at once. It
IS

HERRICK'S SUQARCOATED VEGETABLE LIVER PILLS is an infallible remedy. When the head aches the bile
is

Headache.— For

this

common and

distress-

COATED VEGETABLE
Chills

SUGAR-

deranged.

These

pills

correct

and Fever; Dyspepsia; Liver ComDiseases of the
; ;

plaint

;

Blood

;

Indip^estion

getting to be aesthetic for ladies to thank gentlemen who arise and offer them a seat in a street car. We received one thank this morning, being the first in five years. To be sure, we

Headache Consumption Affections of the Kidneys Rheumatism Lowness of Spirits CostiveOld or Running Sores Piles ; Loss of ness
;
;

;

;

;

haven't got up much.

Appetite or Sleep; Jaundice; Erysipelas; Dropsy;

A COUNTRYMAN who had never paid more than twenty-five cents to see an exhibition went to Tiew the " Forty Thieves." The ticket-seller charged him seventy-five cents for a ticket. Passing the pasteboard back, he quietly remarked " Keep it. Mister, I don't want to see the other thirty-nine," and out he marched.

Worms
Skin
;

;

Boils

;

Neuralgia

;

Pleurisy; all diseases
;

incident to Children or Ladies

Affections of the

Coughs and Colds
Irregularities, etc.

;

General Debility

Female

•.

These great cathartics are sold by all druggists, dealers in medicine and country merchants.

.

;

3d Month

MARCH,

1883.

31 Days.

Renne's Pain-Killing Magic Oil
the
as

All diseases :>f skin give

It has

no equal

way

before

it

in cases of bums, scalds,
wounds, cuts,

;

do old and
sores

running
it

or bruises.
Here
it

so

purifier

acts

the blood.
moon's phases,
Last Quarter.
. .

like magic.

n. y. d. h. m.

GALVESTON.
h.

m.

Calendar fof

Calendar for
iNew York
City,

Calendar for

30m 2 8 11 35 B. New Moon Qnarter. 15 3 35 K. First 23 1 9e Full Moon. Last Quarter.. 31 3 25
Plieflomena

10 7e. iBt 10 12 B. 2 12E. 11 4o M. 2 2 b.

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N

M

Iowa & Sun Sun Moon Sun bun
I
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MDor^ant Events.

rises rises rises sets rises sets m. h. h. mih. m. h. h. h. mh.

H. N. Y.

W

Sun Sun Moon
I

m

|

m

m

rises) sets h. h.

m

m

rises h. m.

Th Use Herrick s Pl&stevsUold
Sat « Greatest Elon. W. Su JefEerson, Pres. U. S. 1801 iVto (^ 9 ]) Use Herrick's Pills
Pri

John Wesley

d.. '91

.

winds

Tu Grevy, We 6^1)' 6 $ 1> R^^''^ ^^^^ Th Battle of Aboukir, 1801

elect life Sen 'or '80

Pri Use Herrick's Plasters. heavy Sat Mazzini d., 1872. Su ^ Aphelion, mnd turning Mo <?60. 6^1> to snow.

6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

86 5 35 5 33 5
31:5 3015 28,5

1

26 5
25|5 23;5 2l|6

6 206
18 ;6
16,6 1416 13;6

Tu

We Plus VII
Th
Pri Sat
(^

elect.

Pope

1800.

Caesar assas. B. C. 44

116

^ ^

St. Patrick's

Day
6

Su Palm Sunday,

Mo
Th

weather. Air-guns invented, 1656
d.,

Tu Newton
(^

Spring J., 1727.
d.,'32

4
2

We Air-pump

invented 1672

sleet and Pri Good Friday. Sat Erap. Paul assas., 1801

§ Goethe

Driving
59 57 65 53 5 52 5 50
5 48 5 46 5 4416

Su EASTER SUNDAY, rain. Mo 9 Stationary. Milder and Tu Bruce crowned 1306 We 9 in t5 Usie Renne's Magic Th Use Herrick's Plasters
Pri New Ministry in Brazil *80 31 Sat J. C. Calhoun d.,1850. still.

2 3 3 4 5 5 42 6 24 sets 6 22 8 13 6 20 9 38 6 19 10 89 6 17 4111 45 6 16 6 14 46 6 12 1 35 6 11 2 19 6 9 2 59 6 3 47 6 4 18 6 4 47 6 5 15 6 rises 5 59 7 24 5 58 8 21 5 56 9 19 5 54 10 15 5 52 11 10 5 51 morn 5 49 2 5 47 52 5 45

22 635 17 6 34 11 6 32 6 30 45 6 29 28 6 27 6 6 25

18 13 2 6 2 56 3 42 4 25 5 4 5 41
1

sets 8 11

9 25 10 35 11 41

mom

morn
42

I'lses

7 22

8 18 9 16
10 11 6 11
11 58

morn
47

20 6 26 16 6 25 17 6 23^6 23 6 23 26 6 22 6 24 6 21 7 16 6 20 6 8 1 6 19 8 52 6 18 9 39 5 16 IQ 26 6 15 11 17 6 14 morn 6 13 12 6 12 12 6 10 14 6 9 17 6 8 18 6 7 15 6 6 46 5 6 48 6 3 7 28 6 2 8 26 1 8 40 5 59 9 19 5 58 9 56 5 57 10 83 5 56 11 14 5 55 eve li5 54 52 5 53 1 48 5 51
1

morn
47

2 3 4 5

sets

8 1 9 9 10 14 11 17

morn
16 5 1 51 2 35 8 28 4 4 4 89 5 13
1

rises

7 11 8 3 8 56 9 48
10 41

mom
22

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82

RHEUM-ATIC AFFECTIONS
ing powers of

Renne's Pain Killing Magic
aii

and

reiiet will

be

out instantaneous.

A

never fan lo disappear before the searching and heaK Oil. Rub well into the joints or suffering parts tew drops taken internally, at the same time.wUl be of

great benefit

"

Dr. Derrick's Perforated Strengthening Plasters.

SPREAD ON WHITE MUSLIN.
but two THERE arewhich channels portions through
all

of our system can be reached bymedical agents, and these are our digiestive organs and our In the one case the appores. plication must be internal
;

m

and strengtheners; the ingredients of which they are compounded being purely vegetable and possessed of such marvelous virtues as to evoke universal gratitude and wonder. The electrical currents and precious
essences
continually

the other, external. The whole surface of the human body, is covered with millions upon mil» lions of minute orifices or pores through which, when in a healthy condition, the perspiration

flowing

from them and passing into the system through the pores, have
in countless cases wrought cures, considered all but miraculous. In chest complaints, weak-back, loins or kidneys, as well as in all spinal affections,

exudes fixely and which absorb with greZt readiness the virtues or the injurious essences of any external application. In view of this capacity, plasters

and

lotions

have been com-

pounded and decocted without end, and put upon the market for good or for evil. Among all the plasters compounded of late years, DR. L.

TED STRENGTHENING
muslin., hold the

R.

HERRICK'S PERFORAmost
distin-

PLASTERS spread upon white

guished place as great heaiers

HOW TO WEAR

THEM.

or swollen or rheumatic joints, they stand in the front rank of absolute excellence. In like manner, their efficacy is unrivalled in cases of broken or fractured limbs, bones or ribs, where they add to their other remarkable features the quality of being supports and bandag:es. The manner of their application will suggest itself to any person; and the fact of the^perspiration being permitted to exude through their own i>ores.

Plasters do not soil even the most delicate underclothes and are patronized by the fair sex universally. Although, unlike the CAPSICUM PLASTERS, they are intended to be worn for a considerable length of time, they can be removed when thought necessary and on being lightly sponged with cold water, can be reapplied without the slightest diminution of their virtues. They are beautifully done up singly or in quantities or by the yard to meet the demand of customers and are sold by all druggists, country merchants, and dealers in medicine.

Note.— These

OR RED PEPPER

;

Weak Chest.— No matter how free from ailments in other respects, a weak chest is a constant menace and cause of alarm to those who ane afflicted with it, and who are not conversant with
the proper mode of treating it. A weak or contracted ohest can be strengthened and expanded through the use of DR. HERRICK'S PER-

Rheumatism

of the Joints.

When

the

FORATED STRENGTHENING PLASTERS,

applied according to the printed directions.

joints become stiff and painful all our movements are restricted, and our bodily health suffers seriously from want of proper or sufficient exercise, not to speak of the great discomfort that constant pain engenders. The speediest and most effective remedy for this common but distressing affection is to be found in the application of one of to the suffering part. Where

HERRICK'S PERFORATED STRENGTHENING PLASTERS

The Lungs. —When from sudden colds or other causes there is any oppression of the chest, or difficultv of breathing, the lungs are temporarily affected. Here are frequently laid the terrible foundations of consumption, but only when those symptoms are neglected and permitted to settle into positive disease. On their first appearance, therefore, recourse should be
had

practicable the Plaster should be wrapped round the joint after the manner of a bandage, otherwise it should be applied in the ordinary way, when reUef is certain within a very few minutes.

STRENGTHENING PLASTERS at once. This should be applied to the chest in the ordinary way, and should the attack be severe one should be applied a little below each shoulder blade. The result of this treatment would be an almost immediate relaxation of the muscles of the chest
and opening of the pores, to the instant relief of the lungs, that would now begin to expand and to obsorb the purifying and healing virtues of the Plasters. £)nce this course is adopted the patient is safe. Note this well

to

one of

HERRICK'S PERFORATED

Aft'ection of the Back or Spine.— If the Back or the Spinal Column becomes weakened or affected through cold or from any other cause, to avert the most disastrous consequences the treatment must be prompt and free from anything like uncertainty. If we permit this column, commonly called the back bone, to become diseased permanently, the last vestige of health, strength and happiness has disappeared from us in this world When, therefore, the^re are any indications of pain or weakness in this regjon, fiy at once to

HERRICK'S PERFORATED STllENGTHENING PLASTERS and be healed. They are

sold everywhere.

Two physicians at the bedside of a patient dis^ puted as to the nature of the disease. At last one of them ended the discussion by saying "Very well, have it your own way nowj,but the post:

O'Learv, gazing with astonishment upon an elephant in a menagerie, asked the keeper: " What kind of a baste is that atin' hay with his
tail
?

mortem will show that I am was not much encouraged.

right.

The

patient

St. Anne's Sunday School, in Lowell, in to the question, " What is the greatest church festival ? " a little orphan of six years promptly responded, " The Strawberry festival,''

At

answer

4th Month.

APRIL,

1883.

80 Days.

Renne s
Cleanses the sto-

Pain-Killing

Magic Oil
It

seizes

upon
of
all

mach and bowels
;

the bile and

purifies the

secretions

and

^
5
^3=«r"^'

purges

it

impurities,

and
li-

leaves the
breath as sweet
as the rose.

restores healthy

action to the

ver and bowels.

MOON

S

FHASSS,

N. Y.

GALVESTON.
H. M.

D. H. M.

Calendar for

Calendar for

Calendar for

New Moon....

7 First Quarter.. 14 Full Moon. ...22 Last Quarter.. 30

8 40m. 3 53 m. 6 31m.

2

7m.

7 17m. 2 30m. 5 8m. 44 m.

New
gan,

England, N.

New York

City, Phila- Texas, Galveston,

Y. State, Michi- delphia, Conn., New Jer- Houston, Austin, Wisconsin, sey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, &c.. La., Ala., Iowa & Oregon, Indiana & Illinois. Miss., Gac & Fla.

Sun Sun Moon Sun Sun
I

Moon

H. W, Sun

Sun Moon
rises h. m.

Plenomena
1

anil Importajit Events.

rii?e8

sets

h.m. h.m.

rises rises rises sets h^ m. h.m. h.m, h. m.

N.Y.
h.

m

rises sets

h.m. h.m.

2 3

4
5 6 7

8 9
10
11

Quite Su Low Sunday. warm. Mo Cobden d. 1865. Tu Grant takes Rich'd, 1865, We c^ 9 ]) Use Herrick's Pills '^h. 6 $1) and Plasters. Fri Bismark resgs., '80 Sat French invade Spam, 1823. Su Humboldt d. 1835. Rain.

6^D

Uo 6^D.6hl>^^^
We

sur. '65

Tu Use Renne's Magic

Oil.

Napoleon abdicates, 1814.

12 Th 6X1) Handel d., 1759. 13 Fri $ in Perihelion. Snow. 14 Sat Pres. Lincoln assass'ed, 65 15 Su Forest Fires, N. J., 1880. Superior. Clea. 16 Mo (^ mild 17 Tu Franklin d. 1790. 18 We (^ § ]) Liebig d. 1873. Rain 19 Th Disraeli d. 1881. 20 Fri Beaconsfield resigns, 1880 Sat G't Fire at Hull, Ont., '80 21 22 Su D Eclipsed, invis. in U. S. 23 Mo Shakespeare d. 1663. 24 Tu Gladstone in power, 1880. 25 We Printing invented, 1414. 26 Th Use Renne's Magic Oil. 27 Fri Macready d. 1873. 28 Sat Use Herrick's Pills. Rain Warm 29 Su Rogation Sunday. 30 Mo U. S. buys Lousiana, 1803

^0

&

9^^

1 38 5 44 6 24 4 34 2~515T0 619 1 5 48 27 2 20 5 42 6 26 2 16 3 52 5 49 6 20 1 57 5 41 28 2 58 5 41 6 27 2 55 4 55 5 47 6 21 2 41 5 40 5 38 6 29 3 36 5 39 6 28 3 34 5 55 5 46 6 21 3 28 5 36 6 30 4 10 5 37 6 29 4 9 6 50 5 45 6 22 4 7 5 35 6 31 4 46 5 36 6 30 4 47 7 39 5 44 6 22 4 51 8 26 5 43 6 22 sets 5 33 6 32 sets 5 34 6 31 sets 5 31 6 33 8 16 5 33 6 32 8 9 9 21 5 41 6 23 7 51 5 30 6 34 9 26 5 31 6 33 9 22 10 11 5 40 6 23 8 59 5 28 6 36 10 32 5 30 6 34 10 27 10 59 5 39 6 24 10 2 1 5 26 6 37 11 31 5 28 6 35 11 27 11 54'5 38 6 21 11 5 25 6 38 morn j5 26 6 36 morn morn 5 37 6 25 11 56 20 52 5 36 6 26 morn 5 23 6 39 2 4 5 25 6 37 44 95 24 6 38 1 6 1 50 5 35 6 26 6 21 6 4C 46 5 22 6 39 1 43 2 49 5 34 6 27 5 20 6 41 20 5 20 6 40 2 18 3 45 5 33 6 27 5 18 6 42 60 5 19 6 41 2 49 4 38 5 32,6 28 5 16:6 43 18 5 17 6 42 3 17 5 28 5 31,6 29 5 15 6 45 46,5 16 6 43 3 46 6 13 5 30i6 29 5 13 6 46 125 14 6 44 4 13 6 54 5 29 6 30 5 1216 47 56 5 13 6 45 4 58 7 33 5 28 6 30 5 10 6 48 5 9 6 49 rises 5 11 6 46 rises 8 9 5 27 6 31 rises 8 5 10 6 47 8 5 8 49 5 26:6 31 7 43 716 50 8 6 6 51 9 7,5 8 6 48 9 2 9 29 5 25 6 32 8 37 4 6 52 9 59|5 7 6 49 9 55 10 12 5 24 6 33 8 29 8 6 53 10 49 5 6 6 50 10 44 10 51 5 23 6 33 10 16 4 6 51 11 80 11 38 5 21 6 34 i: 7 1 6 55 11 35 8 6 53 morn eve30 5 20 6 35 11 63 6 56 morn 14 1 25 5 19 6 35 morn 17 2 6 53 4 58 6 57 53 2 22 5 18 6 36 6 55 37 56 4 57 6 58
arise

6^

M

WEAKNESS AND LANGUOR
causes.

They
It

indicate a running

^remedy. 'mpurity.

gives

new

life

to all

from impaired digestion as well as from other Kenne's Magic Oil is a sure Lc the internal organs, promotes appetite and purges the secretions of all

down

of the system generally.

I

wmsmmmmmm

!

Stlir

once by one of

ATED STRENGTHENING PLASTERS

Neck or Shoulders are relieved at DR. HERRICK'S PERFORwhen

Asthma.— This distressing
alleviated,

disease

is

greatly

and

finally

overcome

totally

applied to the affected part. No more certain or speedy remedy can be adopted in either of these cases. When once it is applied the muscles begin to resume their wonted vigor, flexibility and smoothness of action, and all inflammatory symptoms begin to disappear. These Plasters can be worn with great advantage by even the most delicate child or grown person. They are invaluable, as all the world knows. Try them and Judge for yourself. They are for sale every-

HERRICK'S PERFORATED STRENGTHENING PLASTERS when apthe agency of
plied to the chest. Thest remedies not only stimulate the action of the pores, and thereby relieve the lungs and the bronchial tubes, but inject into the system, so to speak, those healing and electrical essences which have long since made them famous in all civilized lands, and which, in countless cases, have effected cures looked upon as miraculous. Try them. They

through

never

fail

where.

Pain In the Side.— Whenever
symptoms
attack itself manifests
itself

Swellings

of

there -^re any of an attack of this kind, or when the
fully,

any description or character are

PERFORATED STRENGTHENING PLASTERS

HERRICK'S

are the surest, the least troublesome and the speediest remedy that can be applied to the case. The relaxation of the pores induced by their application, and the readiness with which they draw the virus out of the system through those minute orifices afford relTef at once, and quickly restore the secretions and the tissues to their wonted flow and healthiness, through the agency of the healing, magnetic currents continually passing from them into the system.

reduced speedily and removed permanently by an application of HERRICK'S PERFORATED STRENGTHENING PLASTERS, spread on white muslin. These famous specifics draw out gradually through the pores of the skin the sluggish or inactive humors which cause the swellings, and inject through the same channels the magnetic currents that restore the circulation through the affected parts, and cleanse the tissues
of all deleterious secretions. In this relation these plasters are without an equal.

Contraction of the Muscles.— It
readily

will

be

liumbago. —This painful and mischievous
ment

ail-

understood that any application that tends to increase the circulation, to excite pefspiration and to subdue inflammatory symptoms and soften the contracted tendons or muscles must be invaluable in this distressing ailment. Speedy relief is invariably the result when, after exciting the surface of the skin, one of HERRICK'S PER-

all but paralyzes the whole system for the time being, and prevents the patient from indulging in any exercise or manual labor whatever. The surest and speediest relief for it is found in

ENING PLASTERS, which remove all the strain and inflammation from the muscles of the suffering part, and absorb all the deleterious secretions through the relaxed pores. Try them. They are
certain to effect a cure.

HERRICK'S PERFORATED STRENGTH-

FORATED STRENGTHENING PLASTERS
applied to the suffering part.

is

These great

remedies which are a purely vegetable compound, are sold and used everywhere.

liocal

Weakness.—Sometimes we experience
of local weakness without

symptoms

much

if

any

suffering. But when suffering sets in is not the best time for action on our part. Whenever there are any indications of weakness in any of our joints, or in our back or loins, we should at once apply to the particular spot one of HERRICK'S

restoration to health and strength speedy result. These Plasters are sold everywhere ; and never fail.
will be the

TERS, and

PERFORATED STRENGTHENING PLAS-

Spitting of Blood.—This serious ailment proceeds, as a general thing, from weak lungs, or the rupture of small blood vessels, occasioned by coughing or other spasmodic exertion. The strengthening and healing of the lungs are, of course, of the most vital importance. These ends are best assured by inhaling copious draughts of pure, fresh air; rubbing the chest briskly from
time to time, and applying to

Great Desideratum. It is a well-known some plasters are stiff, pitchy and unpleasant to wear, and that on their removal— the accomplishment of which is generally disagreeable—the patient is very liable to take cold, and drift into bronchial or chest affections. In the case of Dr. HERRICK'S PLASTERS we have quite an opposite state of affairs. They lie close to the flesh, but yet so smooth and easy that they instantly so adapt themselves to all the sinuosities of the surface that their presence, after a few moments, is not felt at all. Add to this the fact that, owing to the nature of the ingredients of which they are compounded, the patient never takes cold on their removal— that the perspiration exudes freely through them— that they can be removed, sponged and re-applied when deemed necessary, without the slightest diminution of their efficacy, and we may form some idea of their value. They are done up beautifully, and sold in any quantity to suit purchasers.
fact that

A

RICK'S

PLASTERS, which
plied at pleasure.

PERFORATED STRENGTHENING

it

one of DR.

HERWhen
tions

can be removed and reap-

used according to the printed direc-

accompanying them, either singly or other-

Pai. ^lysls.— In all cases of this alarming affection ru the spinal column from time to time until the ~urface of the flesh is greatly excited ; then appiy between the shoulders and to the small of^ the back one of HERRICK'S PER-

DR. L. R. HERRICK'S PERFORATED STRENGTHENING PLASTERS, spread on
wise,

white musiin, work wonders in
fections of the

all

cases of Af-

FORATED STRENGTHENING PLASTERS,
;

which can be removed. and reapplied at pleasure, after having been sponged lightly with cold water. This course will result beneficially, and afford speedy relief in most cases as it tends to stimulate the circulation and the action of the
pores.

Back or Spine, Rheumatism or Stiff Joints, Weak Lungs or Chest, Swelling of any sort. Weakness of the Loins, Lumbago, Local Weakness, Pain in the Side or Chest, Stiff Neck or Shoulders, Paralysis, Asthma or Spitting
of Blood, Contraction of the Muscles, Difficulty
all affections of the Chest arising from a cold or from other causes. These great preparations are sold everywhere.
^

of Breathing, and

A GOOD looking lass lores a good looking-glass.

Sth Month.

MAY,

1883.

31 Days.

Renne's Pain-Killing Magic Oil
It is a

marked
removes

It is the gent-

blessing to chil-

dren
all

;

their Pains

lest and surest of nurses when given in

and Aches, and
gradually over-

a

little

sweet-

ened water to
children of the tenderest years*
GALVESTON.
M.
2b. 58b. 15b.
H.

comes Dysentery.
moon's phases.
D. N. Y.

H.

M.
36e, 52e.

Calendar for

Calendar for
York

Calendar for

New Moon

« First Quarter.... 13 21 Full Moon Last Quarter.,.. 29

5 5 10 6

3 89e.
4
4m.

New

27m,

City, Phlla- Texas, Galveston, Y. State, Michi-jdelpMa, Conn., New Jer- Honston, Austin, ganj Wisconsin, sey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, &c,t La., Ala., Fla. Miss., Ga. Iowa and Oregon. Indiana and Illinois.

England.

N New

&

Sun Sun Moon Sun Sun Moon H.W. Sun Suu Moon
D. D.
I

H.

h m. Km. h. m. |h. m. h.m. 1 32 4 59 Very 4 56 7 "l Tu (^ 5 )2 9 Aphelion. 2 6 4 58 6 57 4 54 7 2 We Hudson Bay Co. inc. 1670. 2 40 4 56 6 58 53 7 »wi.7rf 3 Th Ascension Tay. 3 16 4 5516 59 4 52 7 6 Sl> 4 Fri 6 9D' 3 54 4 54 7 4 51 7 3 Napoleon d.l821. 5 Sat (6) d 4 86 4 53 4 49 7 6 Su Tot. ec. Sun., inv. in U.S. sets 4 52 4 48 7 7 Mo (^\2J) Ld.Brou'md.l868 9 14 4 51 44 7 8 Tu (^ ^ 3) Use Renne's Magic 4 46 7 8 10 15 4 49 9 We Groiinngrams nj4 44 7 9 11 2 4 10 Th 6 9$' ni4 43 7 10 11 45 4 47 11 Fri Grt. Cyclone 111. 1880. 12 Sat Meyerbeer d. 1864. WarmWb'A 42 7 11 morn 4 46 7-12 20 4 45 13 Su Pentecost. (Whit Sunday). |g5,4 41 51 4 44 CUar. SI 4 40 7 13 14^ Mo b grt. elon. East.

W.

Plenoieaa and Imponaiit Events

C. irises pets

rises

rises Beta

rises h. m.

N.Y.
h.

rises sets

rises

m. h.m. h.m, h m.

1 80

2

2
3
8 4

W

8 25 517 63 5 4 26 .116 6 3 40 5 28 515 6 39 17 6 25 514 6 40 56 7 18 514 6 40 40 8 8 5 13 6 41
r

TT9
2 2 41 3 24 4 9 4 58

Connel d. '47 15 Tu (16) 6 S D Quite cold.^ 16 We Ember Day. in SI. UseHerriek's 17 Th (18) [Plasters. 18 Fri Ember Day. Clear. 19 Sat Ember Day. 20 Su Trinity Sunday. o^<* warm. 21 Mo (20) 6 1L(d* 22 Tu Gr. fire Edinb'g, Pa. 1880. Grt. R. R. ace. Santa Cruz, 23 [1880 24 Th Corpus Christi. 25 Fri 93 deg. in shade N.Y. 1880

%

7 14 38 7 15 ^'4 37 7 16 nr 4 36 7 17

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VJ 4 29 7 VJ 4 29 7 V5 4 28 7 5^5-4 27 7 ^'A 27 7 x!4 26 7

26 Sat 5 stationary. Very heavy thunder 27 Su h stationary28 Mo ^iny. EriRusseld. 1878 29 Tu Remember Herrick's Pills, 30 We Lafayette d. 1834. storm. 31 Th Fenian raid Canada 1866.

25 26 27

28 29

512 6 42 sets 9 9 10 9 53'5 12 6 42 8 44 10 10 41 511 6 43 9 46 10 58 11 88 5 1(i 644 10 85 22 41 morn 5 10 6 44 morn 26 5 9 6 45 3 17 1 18 5 8 6 45 40' 50 2 11 5 8 6 46 6 47 1 15 1 5 1 20 3 21 44 47 1 49 49 4 42 7 11 1 49 3 53 5 6 48 2 21 15 4 41712 2 16 4 43 5 6 48 2 53 41 4 40 713 2 43 5 82 5 6 49 3 29 12 4 89 7 14 8 15 6 18 5 49 4 7 45 4 39 7 15 3 49 7 2 5 6 50 rises 7 42 5 rises 4 38 716 rises 6 50 7 25 7 55 4 37 7 17 7 50 8 22 5 6 51 8 15 8 45 4 36 718 8 41 9 8 5 9 34 4 36 7 19 9 30 9 51 5 2 6 51 9 5 10 17 4 35 7 20 10 14 10 84 5 216 52 9 52 10 58 4 34 7 20 10 55 11 18 5 116 52 10 87 11 33 4 34 7 21 11 81 eve 9 5 16 53 11 18 morn 4 33 7 22 morn 1 2 5 16 58 11 57 6 53 morn 4 1 56 5 6 4 32 7 23 38 89 2 56 5 0!6 54 40 4 32 7 23 018 54 1 19 1 14 4 31 7 24 1 15 4
sets

U

U mom

influence oi wliatever character give way at once before the wondrom purifies the blood, Oil, When used according to the directions, it cools and 4««©tii and the skin b«co««t opens the pores and so purges the secretions of all impurities, that

SKIN DISEASES
a
child.

of

Kenne'8 Magic

m

fair as that of

RENNE'S PAIN-KILLING MAGIC OIL!

IT
MILLIONS

WORKS

LIKE A
demy
all

CHARM!

of the human family od this continent and in the Old World are ready to bear joyful witness to the fact that there has never, to their knowledge, been discovered or

compounded by man any other medicine possessed of such miraculous healing and purifying g)wers as RENNE'S PAIN-KltLING IL. This precious life-giving preparation, which is wholly vegetable, and which never deteriorates from exposure or age in any climate, is decocted from some of the rarest and most costly roots, resins, gums and plants known to the botany of this country and the East. No language is sufficiently copious or powerful to depict its virtues adequately. As if by some special dispensation of Providence, all ailments, external and internal, seem to come within its reach. In all Wounds, Cuts, Bruises, Sprains, Bites of venomous insects, Scalds or Burns, it has nev^r had its equal in the world ; while in removing sud-

MAGIC

internal Pains, Aches, Cramps, Spasms, and other discomforts, its powers are absolutely miraculous. In Coughs, Colds, Rheumatic Affections, Swollen Joints, Throat or Lung ailments, as well aj anything pertaining to diseases of the Skin or Scalp, its virtues have long since passed into a proverb. In fact, for instant and permanent relief in any cases of accident or sudden ailment, and for purifying the Blood, the Bile and cleansing the skin, scalp and pores, as well as for giving tone to the stomach and whole system, it heads the long list of remedies now before the public, and stands out in bold relief from them all. This is no vain or empty boast, for both hemispheres have borne witness to the truth of what is here stated, while its further verification is within the reach of any person or household in the land who may not have yet tested the matchless virtues of this extraordinary remedy, although it is sold in every comer of the land.

' Orlping Pains, no matter how violent, or whether in the case of young or oy are mstantly removed by a few drops of RENNE'S MAGIC OIL in one-fourth ot a wine glass of water sweetened or otherwise. From ten to twelve drops is a fair dose although in the case of grown persons half a teaspoonful may be administered
,

Common
in the

Colds.— There is no other medicine world that deals so speedily and effectively
colds
as

with

common coughs and
little

PAIN-KTLLING
with a

MAGIC OIL when

RENNE'S
mixed

;

quite agreeably when properly diluted. In fact, no matter what the dose, no evil results can accrue from it, so precious and life-giving the vegetable ingredients from which it is prepared. Among ail medicines it stands forth without a rivaL Try it for yourself. It never fails.

molasses. No matter how slight or how severe the affection, it disappears before the miraculous influences of this famous discovery as if by enchantment. To verify the truth of this

broad assertion, it is only necessary to test this celebrated preparation in any given case or number of cases. When used according to the printed directions accompanying each bottle, failure is out of the question.
" Ma, am I all made now ? " said a little miss of three and one-half years at the breakfast table yesterday morning, ''Why, dear?" said the fond mother. "Because I have had my ears pierced, and was vaccinated yesterday," said Httle

A COUNTRYMAN Walking alonff the streets of a town found his process stopped by a close barricade of boards. "What is that lor? "he asked to a person in the street. " Oh. that's to stop the cholera." "Ah, I have often heard of a Board •f Health, bat I never saw one before."

^SSSBaSEm

6th Month.

JUNE,

1883.

SO Days.

Renne's Pain-Killing Magic Oil
without a rival in earache
Is

Such are

iti

effects in oases of sudden aeci-

or
in
it

face
these

ache.

When applied
cases
di-

should be

luted with
water.
MOON
S

dents that gunshot w o u n d and lacerated limbs have been freed of all pain by a single application.

PHASES.

N. V.

GALVESTON.
M.

P. H. M.

New Moon

5 1 16m. First Quarter.... 12 9 45m. Full Moon 20 11 35m. 27 2 42b. Last Quarter

63b.» 22m. 12m.
19b.

4th.
Plenomena and Important
Evfints.

Calendar for England, N. New York City, Phlla Y. State, Michi- delphia. Conn., New Jergan, Wisconsin, sey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, J'^wa & Oregon. Indiana and Illinois.

Calendar for

New

Calendar for Texas, Galveston, Houston, Austin,
&c.,
La.,
Ala.,

Miss,, Oa.

&

Fla.

Sun Sun Moon Sun Sun Moon H. W. Sun Sun Moon
rises

sets

h.m; h.m h.m. h. i^. 5 6 55 2 1 4 25 7 30 1 49 4 31 7 24 1 51 5 Fri Port of Bos. closed, 1774. 4 25 7 30 3 27 4 30 7 25 3 30 6 3 4 59 6 55 2 46 Fine Sat 9 ^ D' 6 9 D' 4 25 7 31 3 11 4 30 7 26 3 15 7 1 4 59 6 56 8 86 Su 6 \|;3)Mex. War dec, '46 Mo (^ ij '])'UsqR:&V. growing 4 24 7 32 4 3 4 80 7 26 4 6 7 52 4 59 6 56 4 30 4 24 7 32 sets 4 29 7 27 sets 8 45 4 59 6 571 sets Tu i § DWeberd., '26. time. We ^ ]/])xMemphis6ur., 1862 4 2417 33 8 50 4 29 7 28 8 46 9 35 4 59 6 57 8 22 9 33 10 24 4 59 6 57 9 12 Light 4 23] 7 33 9 37 4 29 7 2 Th § (^ 0, Inferior. 4 59 6 58 9 67 23 7 34 10 17 4 29 72 10 14 11 5 t^ 9Gen. Jackson d., '45 9Sat Dickens' d., 1870. winds. OS 4 23 7 35 10 51 4 28 7 30 10 49 11 54 4 59 59 10 8T 4 23 7 36 11 23 4 38 7 30 11 22 morn 4 59 6 59 11 IS §.0Bat. Big Bethel, '61 lOSu 40 4 59 11 48 llMo SirJ.Frank'n d.,'470loudy 4.22 7 36 11 50 4 38 7 31 11 50 28 4 59 4 22 7 37 morn 4 38 7 31 12Tu (5 § ]) Take R.'s Mag. Oil 18 16 4 59 21 17 4 38 7 32 4 22 7 37 13jWe Gen. Scott b., 1786. Bain. 55 47 84 46 4 38 7 32 4 22 7 38 14,Th Am. Flag adopted., 1777. 59 4 59 1 29 4 32|7 38 1 14 4 38 7 33 1 16 15Fri Pres. Polk d., '49 Cooler. 50 4 59 2 5 4 2217 38 1 45 4 38 7 33 1 48 lesat Bt. Quatre Bras, '15. Main 43 4 59 2 43 4 22j7 39 2 18 4 28 7 33 2 32 17Su Battle of Cowpens, 1781. 58'4 38 7 33 3 2 6 31 4 59 3 26 4 22i7 39 18Mo Cobbett d., 1835. Warm 4 13 4 23 7 39 3 43 4 38 7 34 3 48 7 18 4 59 19;Tu (^ \l 9 Maximilian shot, '67 rises 4 23 7 40 rises 4 29 7 34 rises 8 3 4 59 30 We Hat. of Stone Ferry, 1779. 7 50 4 23|7 40 8 17 4 29 7 34 8 13 8 47 4 59 2l|Th Swmmer begins. 8 86 4 237 40 8 59 4 29 7 34 8 55 9 34 4 59 23Pri Philadelphia evacu., 1778 9 19 34 9 33 10 17 4 59 4 23(7 40 9 36|4 29 7 23 Sat Akinside, poet, d, 1 770 Very 11 9 5C 5 4 23 7 40 10 10 4 29 7 35 10 24 Su Nativity Jno. Baptist, fine 10 89 4 24 7 41 10 4414 30 7 35 10 43 11 47 25 Mo Ob.lv. Gibraltar for U.S.'SO 11 19 4 24 7 41 11 16|4 30 7 35 11 16 eve38 26 Tu 6 <?t|;Gt.dro. Hud.R.,'80 12 27We Intense ht. in N.Y.city,'80 4 24 7 41 11 5014 30 7 35 11 52 1 33 morn 4 25|7 40 morn 4 29 7 35 morn 2 33 28 Th .Try R.'s Magic Oil. Light 48 29 3 35 27:4 29 7 35 29 Fri Henry Clay d., 1852. rain. Ti4 25 7 40 1 80 30 Sat (^ ^ j) Jesuits expel. Fr.'SO tI4 26 7 40 1 8 4 29 7 35 1 11 4 43
h.m. h.m.

rises. h. m.

rises

sets

h.m. h.m,

rises b. m.

NX

rises

sets

rises

_4

n

mom

mom

X

are fraught with great danger.

in DISEASES OF THE STOMACH AND BOWELS, evenand their mildest form» removing these ailThe Magic Oil acts like a charm in arresting ments. Use the medicia« according to the printed directions, and a cure follows &• certainly u the

day follows the night.


,f^Pciine>
Killing Magic Oil is a refined JuidaroQ^ic^spiritv as clear as the crystal' spring-, and toafiy free from even the semblance ^t'does not soil even of greasiness or stickiness, the &Q^t cambric, and in this relation alone its use firyiadies has been rendered most agreeable where its application is external. So safe and
pure and harmless is it, it may be taken by even the most delicate children or invalids; while,
it is equally effective and applicable in relation to the most robust constitutions. It JS sold by all druggists, dealers in medicine

^In

strange to say,

the stomout of order, the whole of the system suffers To interrupt or vitiate the process of digestion is to sow the seetdsof disease and death. Hence the stomach must always be kept in a healthy condition ; and this can be accomplished only by cleansing it, on the slightest intimation of discomfort, of all impurities, and restoring it to its wonted vigor. To accomplish this at once, and effectually, no medicine can compete with

Disease of the Stomach.— When
is

ach

at once.

RENNE'S MAGIC OIL.
Bronchial

and country merchants.
the slightest indication of illness or the running down of the system' ; ^hen there is any sourness of the stomach or anything savoring of heartburn, a few drops of

A

Matchless

Tonic— On

RENNE'S PAIN-KILLING MAGIC OIL

AfTections.-The

virtues

of

have

long since passed into a proverb in relation to those diseases which are, for the most part, the
result of neglected colds. The power of this celebrated-preparation over the throat and bronchial tubes, is most manvellous. It allays all irritation, cleanses the passages of mucous, and heals the surfaces speedily. All bronchial and throat diseases are dangerous and must be seen to at once.

RENNE'S
lief

PAIN-KILLING MAGIC

OIL,

taken in a little water, is as certain to afford reas the sun is to rise to-morrow. No insunce of failure is possible. Take the famous specific according to the printed directions, and you are cured. Hundreds of thousands can bear witness Test it for yourself. The great to this fact. Remedy is sold everywhere.

Biliousness.— When
spirits or

the bile becomes impure

in any degree, or is obstructed in its channels, headache, loss of appetite, nausea, lowness oi

Earache.— For this
ear well
first

painful ailment sponge the

any one of various other ailments

is

sure

diluted with the same. Upon this, fill the orifice of the ear with some cotton wool slightly moistened with the diluted remedy, and the discomfort and pain will disappear speedily. Any neglect of this ailment is liable to lead to a gathering in the ear, involving pain of the most excruciating character, and not unfrequentlv resulting in deafness, or partial deafness of that organ. See to this if a necessity should arise.
little

a

of

RENNE'S MAGIC OIL

with luke

warm water and

then with

to be the result. On the first appearance of affections of this character, we may safely set them down to derangement of the liver; and hence

the stomach and this vital organ must be purged of all impurities at once. RENNE'S OIL has for many long years been working wondrous cures in this relation, and has never failed yet in a single instance.

MAGIC

Constipation.- This ailment which is caused by a derangement of the digestive organs is a
fruitful source of many other discomforts besides If the stomach and bowels are not kept its own. in a state of healthy action, the result may be the

Cntaneons AflFections of whatever character are unable to withstand for any length of Lime, the searching- and purifying qualities of RENNE'S
at the

MAGIC OIL. When taken internally and same time applied externally, this famous

appearance of any one of a number of diseases of Any prolonged the most serious character.
affection of these vital organs, manifesting itself at first in constipation, could not fail to result fatally. must, therefore, have recourse at once to that fountain head of all true remedies

vegetable decoction, absorbed through the pores of the skin, and taken up by the lymphatics, so cools and purifies the blood, and so cleanses all the secretions, that pustule, blotch, or pimple on the surface of the body becomes impossible while the skin and flesh acquire the softness and fairness of those of a child. Try this great remedy ; for
,

We

RENNE'S MAGIC OIL—and

cleanse the great

laboratory of our system, without delay, according to the printed directions accompanying each
bottle.

all

such affections.

It is infalhble.

All Factories, Families and Boarding

Singers and Public Speakers.—The

or-

gans of the human voice are so delicate and frequently so susceptible of injury arising from even a very slight change of temperature, every public speaker and singer should keep within his or her reach a bottle of RENNE'S MAGIC OIL. a few drops of which in a little water instantly allay all irritation and hoarseness, and clear the throat and vocal organs of all impedimenrs. The magical and instantaneous effects of this invaluable remedy are known all the wodd over in this relation, so that it is almost superfluous to speak of it here.

Schools should keep constantly on hand a supply of RENNE'S PAIN-KILLING MAGIC OIL, as an instantaneous and infallible remedy for any of the painful accidents to which their inmates are liable at any moment and as an unfailing specific for any of the sudden internal pains or aches to which we are all subject. The heads of families and the proprietors of such establishments as we have just named, would be able to recognize in this famous discovery, a saving of time, health, strength, and money, and not unfrequently, that of life also.
;

A 'Westchester parent is so high-toned that •when he cuts a switch from a birch tree, ana motions his son towards the woodshed, he politely says, " Drop into the branch office."
The woman who made a pound of butter from the cream of a joke, and a cheese from the milk of human kindness, has since washed the close of a year, and hung 'em to dry on a bee-line.

At a debating society the other evening, two In as to who had the floor. it by turns, with tlie chairman as referee.

members wrangled

a few minutes both had

" I't I. give that girl a piece ol my mind,'' exclaimed a certHJn voung fellow. " I would not," replied his uncle, '' j^ou ve none to spare."

Wife—" But my dear,
do-jyn so late to let

A

t>oy solicited charity
:

from an aged man

ol

my love,

I'll

I shall catch cold coming you in." Husband—" Oh no, rap you up well before you come

down."

wealth but met with a rough refusal, whereupon he replied '' You are not very young, and you cannot carry any of your gold with you, but if you could it would melt in five minutes."

7th Month.

JULY,

1883.

81 Days.

Renne's Pain-Killing Magic Oil
Mosquito bites, and the stings of

Colic, Cholera Morbus and Diarrhoea are instantly arrested

venomous
ly cured

ina

sects, are instant-

by

by it and speedily driven out of

single
tion.

applica

the system.

MOON'S EH ASKS.

N. V.

;alve3ton.
H.

D. H.^M.

New

Moon.... 4 10 First Quarter.. 12 2 53 m Fiill Moon... 19 10 25 » Last Quarter. .2(J 7 19
D. D.

7m

M. 8 44 m, 1 30 m. 9 12 b. 5 66 b.

Calendar for
Y.
State,

Calendar for

Calendar for

New England, NJNew York
gan,

City, Phlla- TexaB, Galveston,

Michi- delphia. Conn., New Jer- Houston, Anstin, Wisconsin, sey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, &c., La., Ala., Miss., Ga. A Fla. Iowa & Oregon, Indiana & Illmois.

w.

Plianoiena

m Immm
6^9

Sun Sun Moon Sun Sun Moon H, w.
I

Sun Moon
sets
rises

I

I

Eyents.

ri>e8' sets

!

rises
ti.

ritses

pets

I

rises
h.

NY.

h.m h.m.

m. h.m„ h.m.

m.

h.

m.

h.m. h.

m.

r sir
2 3

4^)7l0. F5.3 4 32

^ Greatest Eiong., W. 4 A{)ogee -Bot 4 4 6 11 j)Indep'nce Day. a/nd 4 Bt, Wagram, '09. sul 5 Th ^ :^ 4 6 Pri Sir T. Moore beh'ded, 1535 4 7 Sat Use R's Magic Oil Cloudy\q^ 4 8 Su (^ ^ 9 Adam Smith d, 1790!g^|4 .. -^^ , ' 9 Mo 6 6 DPr'iS' Taylor d '50. SI 4

Mo Tu We

O

_

10
II

135 d. of s'stroke N= Y., '80 Q. Adam8b.l767, Violent l-i Th Alex. Hamilton k, 'OAAhun l:^ Fri Marat assas. 1793. storms Sat 2(1 gt. fire at Chicago, "74. , - V.' ^ 15 Su Use Herrick's S. ^ Cooler 16 M.) ^inSt Berangerd, '57. C/r

We J.

U

j

"

"

.

.

.

niT.i 9 in S^FrancO'Ger.war E'np. Brazil crowned, '41. 18 Th Bat. Winchester, '64. and Fii 6 ^11-6 $\ mild Sit ^ in Perihelion. Cloudy.

'70

W

Su

Mo

R. Barnes d, 1796. Insurec. in Dub. '03.

Ram.

24|Tii |Pres.

V'anBuren

d, 1862=

25!VVo'Pam. In Ireland ends, '80. 26jTh \6 9 :^ Try RVM.O, Thmi 27 FrirRt'iirn of Terror ends, 1794 28iSat (t>^^ Use H^s P storms.

J29iSu|6
'

i

80|Mo|(29)c< ^0, Supers faio/80 SljTu Lafayette eommsj 777 Clr.
I

hD-6

$ I^GLfireBu^-

26 7 40 2 47 4 82 27; 7 40 3 42 4 33 28,7 40 sf ts |4 88 29' 7 39 8 10 4 34 29; 7 3v* 8 49 4 35 30,7 39 9 21 4 35 J^O 7 38 9 52 4 36 81 7 10 19 4 37 10 4714 37 32 7 33 7 37 11 15 4 38 33 7 37 11 45 4 39 =^4 34 7 36 morn 4 39 81 -n4 35 7 36 17 4 40 30 136 7 35 " 55 4 41 80 4 37 7 34 1 37 4 42 29 4 37 7 34 2 25 4 48 29 / 4 88 7 33 8 19 4 44 28 4 39 7 32 rises 4 44 27 4 40 7 31 7 35 4 45 26 V5 4 41 7 30 8 12 4 46 26 4 42 7 30 8 47 4 47 25 4 43 7 29 9 20 4 48 24 4 44 7 28 9 62 4 48 23 4 45 7 27 10 29 4 49 23 4 46 7 26 11 8 4 50 22 21 4 47 7 25 11 51 4 51 20 4 48 7 24 morn 4 52 39 4 53 719 4 49 7 23 H i4 50 7 22 1 33 4 54 718 n!4 51i7 21 2 81 4 55 7 17

X X

7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7

35 1 67 35 2 49 34 8 46 34 sets 84 8 7 34 8 46 88 9 19 33 9 51 33 10 19 32 10 48 32 11 17 31 11 48

morn
21

59 41 2 29 3 23
1

rises

7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7
7

2 20 8 14 4 12
sets

7 48

47 20 10 64 11 28

8 9 9 10

32
10

morn
^ 40
1 21

3

2 6 2 65 3 48
rises

7 83 8 10

7 16

8 46
9 20 9 54 10 81
11 11 11 54

6 6 6 6 6 6 6

69 59 58 67 67 66
55

7 59 8 40 9 20 10 10 43 11 28

mom
16 8 3

mom

6b5

6 64 1 43 •6 64 2 1 37 2 35 6 3315 18 6 53 8

SUMMER COMPLAINT
Oil taken from time
decoction,

is

arrested gradually

tc time, according to directions.

From
It

and speedily cured by Bennm'i Maglo the mildness and purity of thit Tegetable
'

n

is

especiallv adapted tc children

and

ladies.

never

fails.

^;.

Face" Ache.— The acute

suffering

which so
of

Travelers who carry

frequently accompanies this common ailment can be alleviated at once by bathing the affected parts

withRENNE'S PAm-KILLING MAGIC X)IL

diluted with water. This remedy is infallible and may therefore be resorted to with the most unbounded confidence. In truth, the powers of this famous discovery are so varied and so far reaching, that there does not appear to be a single ailment of the human body beyond its control. Hence it should be found in every household, factory and public institution in the land. Its virtues arsC beyond all price.

guilty of criminal neglect. RENNE'S OIL is sold everywhere, and is the greatest specific known in the annals of medicine.

Aave a doctor for a companion. Whenever or whenever attacked by any sudden ailment, pain or ache wherever or whenever they meet with any accident, the remedy is ready at their right hand, and within instant reach. This is ma^er for serious consideration and he or she ;rho does not regard it as such, and profit by it, i«

RENNE'S PAIN-KILLING MAGIC OIL

in their satchels

a bottle

;

MAGIC

Scalds

and Bums.—There

is

no language

tufficiently copious to depict faithfully the instantaneous and miraculous effects of OIL in the cases of Scalds or Bums. The sudden cessation of all pain after the first few moments on applying the

PAIN-KILLING MAGIC

RENNE'S

Sportsmen, whether with gun or rod, should never leave home without a bottie of RENNE'S MAGIC OIL in their pocket. Their sports necessarily taking them some distance from the busy haunts of men, they should keep within their reach this famous remedy, so as to be able to apply it at once in case that any wound, cut, bruise,
sprain, or other accidenf should mar their enjoyment. The value of this marvellous specific has been tested both on the land and on the water, when no other relief was at hand ; and with such results as accord to it the first place in the very front rank of all ready remedies, for sudden and painful casualties.

remedy, and the mysterious healing process that once sets in, are almost beyond the belief of even the sufferer himself or herseif, as the case may be. In this relation the world can produce no equal to this famous Remedy— this marvellous discovery. Try it and you wih say it is one of
at
;

the greatest benefactors of the

human

family.

Internal Pains and Aches.—Wheo-youngr
or old are assailed by internal pains or aches, or by any inward discomfort whatever, these ailments can instantly be put to route by a single dose of RENNE'S PAIN-KILLING MAGIC OIL. So numerous and instantaneous the cures in this relation, and so all-powerful, certain and agreeable the remedy, no other specific now before the public can at all compare with this magical preparation. It works like a charm when taken according to the printed directions accompanying each bottle. Those who have tried it once are never to be found without a full supply of it Test
it.

Tce-lived igh the use of RENNE'S MAGIC OIL mixed with a little syrup of any description, So soothing and healing, so grateful to the throat and mucous
able concomitants of humanity can
'

Coughs and Hoarseness.—These rf'
certaiivvy

and removed with speed and

\...r'^

membrane this mixture, that its beneficial effects will be experienced at once, and all symptoms of discomfort and irritation speedily allayed and
finally
is

removed

totally.

RENNE'S MAGIC OIL
;

used all the world over and is to be found in every prudent and well-regulated household in
the land.

It is for sale

everywhere.

penetrating, stimulating and healing the powers and virtues
of

Rheumatic Affections.- So

RENNE'S PAIN-K ILLING MAGIC OIL it at
tissues that the circulation

once assails, alleviates and finally overthrows all rheumatic -affections. When rubbed briskly into the suffering parts it is so absorbed by the pores

and

is

stimulated, in-

flammation allayed and the secretions cleansed and purified. Rub the joints or parts affected with the great remedy, and take a few drops internally at the same time. The result will be a more copious flow of the perspiration, and the speedy
alleviation of all pain.

Sour Stomach.—The acidity arising from indigestion, and creating sourness of the stomach, is corrected at once by a dose of RENNE'S MAGIC OIL which cleanses the coatings of the stomach, dissolves all crudities in that organ, and forces them out of the system, through the ordinary channels. This is one of the special missions of RENNE'S great discovery and one in which it never fails. Let this be noted carefully as sourness of the stomach is not only most distressing, but at times fraught with no small danger.
; ;

Piid Bruises.- Nothing that has yet been discovered in medical research, has been able to compete successfully for a single instant

Wounds

with

Wounds or Bruises. No matter severe or painful these casualties, they are instantly reUeved by a single application of this remarkable discovery. Under its soothing, cooling and healing influence inflammation is at once arrested, and all pain utterly destroyed. Its powers in this relation are incredible and can only be understood fully from personal experience or ocular demonstration. Test it in the hour
in the case of

RENNE'S PAIN-KILLING MAGIC OIL

Mosquito Bites.— These pests of all classes of society rich and poor, high and low can be instantly deprived of all their vicious and irritating painfulness by applying a few drops of PAIN-KILLING OIL to the punctured part, rubbing them in well. The

RENNE'S

MAGIC

how

instantaneous and permanent and as mosquiios are to be found in almost ever>- i>art of this country, it is of no small moment to be able to counteract at once the effects of their bites.
relief is
;

RENNE'S MAGIC OIL
York.

is

sold

by

all

druggists,

country merchants and dealers
at the general depot, 69

in

medicines -and
Street,

Murray

New

of

need

;

it

never

fails.

An

honest Hibernian, in recommending a cow,

said she would give milk year after year without " Because," said he, "• it runs in having calves. the breed, for she came of a cow that never had

An old miser, wno was notorious for self-denial, was one day asked why he was so thin, " I do not know," said the miser, " I have tried various means for getting fatter, but without success. " Have you tried victuals, inquired a friend.

a calf."
are young ladies, at the breaking up of a party, like arrows? Because they can't go off without beaux, and are in a quiver until they get

Why

A New Hampshire editor, who has been keeping a record of big beets, announces at last that " the beet that beat the beet that beat the other beet is now beaten by a beet that beats all the
beets, whether the original beet, the beet that beat the beet, or the beet that beat the beet that beat the other beet."

them.

8th Month.

AUGUST,

1883.

31 Days.

Renne's Pain-Killing Magic Oil
It is indispensable in all factories and in
all

It is the travelers true and

workshops
acci-

friend trusty at a moment*8
notice,

where

dents are o f such constant occurrence.

and is an abiding ble6-

sing in all families.

MOON'S PHASBS.

N. Y.

GALVESTON.
H.

D. H. M.

M.
7b. IOe.

New Moon

2 First Quarter.... 10 Full Moon 18 25 Last Quarter

8 30b. 8 33b. 7 58m. 86h.

7 7 6
11

35m. 13b.*

24th,

Calendar for Calendar for England, N.JNew York City, PMla- Texas, Galveston, Y. State, Michi- delphia. Conn., New, Jer- Houston, Austin, gan, Wisconsin, eey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, «Sfcc., La., Ala,, Iowa & Oregon. Indiana ard Illinois. Miss., Ga. & Fla.

Calendar for

New

Sun Sun Moon Sun Sun Moon H. W. Sun
I

Moon
rises h. m.

Phenomena and Important ETents. C. rises sets
!

h.

m

rises,

rises
h.

sets

ih.m. h.

m.

m. h.m,

rises h. m.

h.

N.Y. rises sets m. h.m h.m.
19 6 19 6 20 6 20 6 21 6 21 6 22 6 23 6 23 6 24 6 24 6 25 6 25 6 26 6 26 6 27 6 28 6 28 6 29 6

We
Th

Gt. fire Portland, '81. Still 054 7 7 Fri (5 5 ;DColumb'lstv. 1492 25 Hot SI 4 55!7 4|Sat Use Herrick's Pills. Su First Atlan. cable laid. '58. SI 4 56;7
'

n4

7 20 18

3 33
sets

r~ 7
7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 6 6
6 6

4 34 4
7 8 8 9 9 10 10 11

Mo S DDu.Edinb.b.,'44. S Tu Bat.Thermopylae, B.C.480
(5

Dr. Tan. fasts 40 d. , '80. dry 9Th Madame Vestris d., 1856. 10 Fri Swiss grds. masacred, 1792 Sat Davis Strait disc, 1855. Very Su Great heat, 1876.

We

Mo We

(5

I2

Aldebaran.

hot.

Tu
(Jalifornia admitted,
d., 1637.

1850
iVb

Th Ben Jonson

Fri Great comet, 1682. Sat First steamboat, '07. rain. Su Frigate Guerirere cap. '12 Mo Bat. of Cherabusco, 1847. Tu Royalty abol. in Fran., 1792

We
Th

9

in Perihelion.
<?

(^4)(^

^.^

Clear. Stationary.

Fri ^ ^nt5' 6 D Sat Herschel d., 1822. LouisPhilippe d.,'50. Wind Su Mo 6 ^ DLdg. Julius C.,55b.c

11 30^ 18 6 44 morn's 19 6 43 26 5 20:6 41 1 24 5 Tu Delaware dih. 1609. Cloudy 6 D Brig. Young d., '77. 25 2l!e 30 2 26 5 Th Wm. Pennd., 1718. Light 055 22i6 38 3 26 5 Fri Bunyan d., 1688. ram. SI 5 23 6 36 4 28 5
,

6kD
^

^

17 16 15 SI 4 5717 14 4 587 12 4 59 7 11 5 7 10 5 5 5 7 5 7 5 5|7 5 67 5 717 5 8 6 5s 5 10 6 57 6 55 JJ?J5 6 54 6 52 KjS 14 6 51 5 15i6 49 5 16 6 48 17;6 46 8

42 22 50
17
4'

16 14 13 12

3 37
sets

4 37 8
41 21 51 19 49

19 52

7 11 8 10 8 9 9 9 10 10

mom
1

7 24 5 8 50 9 31 10 10 10 44 11 22

53 3 59 52 4 56
51
sets

32
5

20 56 11 37

morn

morn
58 57 55 54 53
51

3

4
rises

T T
n n
«

X5 K5

7 7 8 9 9 10

20 54
31 9 52

37

We

6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

50 48 47 45 44 42
41

39 37 36 34

2 10 8 1 11 4 2 7 5 3 9 6 4 11 7 19 rises 8 3 7 19 8 51 7 55 9 36 8 32 10 22 9 12 11 7 9 55 12 10 42 eve57 11 34 1 59 morn 3 8 13 30 16 1 28 13 2 29 1 3 29 42 4 30

5 60 40 34 32 34 33 29

29 6 30 6

30 6
6 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

32 32 33 34 34 85 85 36

31 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

85 86 41 2 81 40 8 80 39 4 28 38 rises 37 7 17 36 7 59 35 8 42 34 9 27 33 10 15 82 11 15 31 11 59 30 55 29 28 1 61 27 2 49 26 3 45 24 4 41
1

50 49 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 42

7 8 8 9 10 10

84 20 54 27 2 89

11 17 12

mom

mom

are speedily overcome by RENNE'S MAGIC OIL if the great CHILLS remedy is used according to directions. This disease has its foundation in a morbid condition of th« bile and of the secretions. These must be purified at once, else recovery will become mere and sort difficmlt daily. The remedy is within your reack.

AND FEVER

'Summer Complaint is relieved
checked graduallv

MAGIC

OIL.

When

m

at

once and

oic ar youiiff, by this common, thouffh dis-

RENNE'S

and prevalent

Nearalgia and Sciatica.—These dreadftU afflictions, no matter how aggra-

tressing ailment, is permitted to remain uncnecked for any ienghth of time, its removal often becomes a matter of difficulty. Because, when it first appears, it may not be acctmpai'ied by any absolute siiffering, it is frequent]y allowed to run on until its virus has ramified ii seif throughout the whole system, and thtn the natter becomes serious indeed. When assailed -y it meet it speedily with that great Remedy— i, SNNE'S which is sold everywhere

vated their form, yield ultimately to the searching powers and purifyijig influence* of RENNE'S

PAIN-KILLING MAGIC OIL when

used ex-

MAGIC OIL—

ternally and internally in accordance with the printed directions accompanying each bottle. In these terrible ailments the great Remedy has no successful rival in the world. Foment the affected part with the preparation, and take a few drops internally at the same time^ and relief is certain.

Information for the People.
Benne'B Paln-kllllng: Magic Oil
is

wholly

extracted from rare and healing plants, leaves and It never deteriorates through age, exroots. It is as harmless posure, or change of climate. as new milk, as aromatic as rose water, and as It is free pure and clear as the limpid spring. from all greasiness or stickiness, does not soil even the finest underclothes, and can be taken with perfect safety by persons of any age or sex— from the infant in the cradle to the man or woman It i a speedy and of three score years and ten. certain alleviation or cure for;— Colds, Coughs, Griping Pains, Bro, .vhial Affec-

Summer Complaint, Scald or Sore Head, Languor and Sleeplessness, Aucarides and Measles, Scalds and Bums, Rheumatic Affections, Cough and Hoarseness, Mosquito Bites, Ringworm, Shooting Pains, Sore Throat, Nervous Headache, Night Sweats, Consumption, Sprains, Neuralgia and Sciatica Bites of venomous insects, auid almost
;

every other disease ments.

in the

category of

human

ail-

IT

WORKS LIKE A CHARM!
W. Warner &
69

Stomach and Bowds, Biliousness, Constipation, Face Ache, Scrofula, Internal Pains and Aches, Cuts, Wounds and Bruises, Sour Stomach, Ear Ache, Cutaneous Affections,
tions, Diseases of

and is sold by all druggists, country merchants, and dealers in medicine, and by the proprietors and manufacturers,
L.
Co.,
St.,

Murray

New

York*

Dr.
If

L. R.

Herrick's Kid Strengthening Plasters,
should go farther and say that in relation to these Plasters we have two classes of customers-the one in the hey day of youth and beauty, who prefer die light and airy white muslin the other,
;

SPREAD ON WHITE LAMB-SKIN.
PLASTERS spread on ivhite lambskin^ we should be inclined to answer, " Just the difference between white muslin and white lambskin nothing more for the simple reason that both Plasters rre compounded of precisely the same ingredients. ' This reply woull not be very satisfactory although perfectly true ; but if we
en DR. L. R. HERRICK'S PERFORATED STkENGTHENINQ PLASTERS spread on white -nuslin and his KID STRENGTHENING
V

we were

asked to point out the difference be-

;

of more staid and advanced years, who set all store by the more substantial but not less pleasant lambskin. This is the whole secret of the difference and we leave it to the keeping of our kind friends, with the additional information, that both these famous remedies are sold every;

where on

this

continent and in Europe.

Important Directions.
In the case of any broken bone, fracture, serious sprain or contusion, bathe the part or parts gently with warm water, and then wipe dry with a soft cloth. Upon this apply whole or in strips, as the case may require, one of HERRICK'S

PERFORATED STRENGTHENING PLASTERS, whether spread on muslin
If

a bone should be broken,
is

it

or on lamb skin. must be re-set be-

applied, when the remedy will not only soothe the pain, but serve as a bandage and support to keep the parts in their proper position until they becona* united and healed, so that no deformity will result from the accident.
fore the plaster

Fractures and sprains are more easily dealt with, although their treatment are mainly the same. The freedom with which the Perforated Plasters allow the perspiration to escape through their multidinous perforations is a very marked desideratudhndeed, and permits their being worn with great comfort in whatever case they may be used. Hence, one element of their universal popularity, and one that is supplementary of the fact that they have been /ong, in more vital relations, refarded as without a tuccesilul riral ia cither emisphere.

9th Month.

SEPTEMBER,

1883.

SO Days.

Renne's Pain-Killing Magic Oil
It

works

Itisunequaled
like a

in all rheumatic

charm in toothach
e,

affections

and
the
ap-

canker,

pains in
joints

sore mouth, and
in salt

when

rheum.

plied to the suf-

fering parts.

MOON'S PHASBS.

N. Y. d. h.

m.
42 b.

GALVESTON. h. m.
7 55 M.
]9,B.

1
^^

1

Calendar for
England,

!

New Moon
First Quarter

1

9 18 m.
1

S^New

N New

Calendar for York City, Phila-

Calendar for
Texas, Galveston, Houston, Austin,
Ala..

.9
16

Fall

Moon

Last Quarter. .23

4 45 b, 7 55 m.

3 22 b. 6 32 m.

Conn., Y. State MicM- delphia, New Wisconsin,! Jersey, Pennsylvania, &c., La., i gan S Iowa & Oregon. Ohio, Indiana & Illinois. Miss., Ga,

&

Fla.

Sun Sun Moon Sun Sun Moon H. W. Sun Sun
Plienofflena

aM

liDortait Eysms. Oil.

rises sets
h.

m h. m

rises 'rises sets

h m.

h.

m h. m

rises
h.

N. Y. rises sets
I

I

m.

h.

m.

h.

m h. m

Sat

c^

9 ])Use K.'s Magic

3u
i\lo

Cooler. ^ in Aphelion. Til {S)6 ^ 3)FrenchRep.,'70 fire at Mobile, A) a., '80. We Gt. ^5 Th Mayfl'r sails, 1620. Cloudy Qu'Elizabeth b.,15S2.Still :^5 Pri Sat Ba^ Eutaw Springs, 1781 Ti^iS Su Cal^admitted, 1850. i^a^'^. TTtlS iVIo Invasion of Canada, 1775. i5 Tu ^ Greatest Elong., E. 5 We iJse R.'s Magic Oil. Very 5 Th Gen. Burnsidad, '81. Mild 5 Fri Fenimore Cooper d., '51. ,5 Sat Use H.'s Perforated Plas. 5 5 Su 6 ^(D Moscow burnt, '12. Mo 6 9^ Bat. Antietara, '62 \5

5 5 5 5

24 26 27 28 29 80

Tu

We
Th
Fri

Fugit. slave lavy sign., '50 Pres. Garfield d., '81. Light 9 0, Superior, r.

5 5
5

6^D,6
6kl>

(30&21)

Emb. Days
,

Stationary. Warm and Su Autumn begins. ^ Mo ^ Stationary. 6 ^ 'J), pleas Tu 6 :^D Pacific discov.,1513 We Battle of Mesilla, 1861. Th Steamer Arctic lost, 1854. Fri Conq. of Can., 1760. Seavy Sat Nelson born, 1758. 80 Su (j ^ DTJse H.'s Pills, rain

Sat

\l

6 35 5 '28 5Y6'6¥3 6 33 sets |5 27 6 31 6 31 7 19 5 28 6 29 6 29 7 48 5 29:6 28 6 28 8 19 5 30 6 26 6 26 8 515 316 25 3 6 24 9 29 5 32 6 23 32 6 2; 10 115 83 6 21 3:i 6 21 10 58 5 34:6 20 34 6 19 11 50 5 85,6 18 35 61 morn 5 36 6 16 30 6 15 48 5 37 6 15 37 6 14 1 515 38 6 13 88 6 12 2 58 5 89 3!) 6 10 4 7 5 40 40 6 8 rises 5 41 41 6 27 5 42 43 7 6 5 43 44 44 7 47 45 45 6 1 46 6 9 26 46 5 59 47 5 58 10 2j 47 5 58 5 11 20 48 5 56 5 54 morn 49 5 54 5 53 19 5 50 5 53 5 51 1 21 5 51 5 52 5 49 2 23 5 52 5 50 5 47 3 21 5 53 5 48 5 46 4 19;5 54 5 46 5 44 5 17o 54 5 44

T^9
sets

7 7 8 8 9 10

21

50
21 55

33
15

11 2 11 54

mojii 62 1 65 3

4
6 7 7 8 9 10

9

risps

28 8
51

89 80 25 11 25

morn
23 24 2 25 3 22
1

4 19
5 16

This scourge of the human family has been successfully treated with well into the chest, take a few drops internally from time to time, and breatbe plenty of fresh, pure air while taking gentle exercise, and the resuit will be all but miraculous.

CONSUMPTION.
Oil.

Bonne's Magic

Rub

! ,

DR.

L.

R.

HERRICK'S
I

Perforated Capsicum, or Red Pepper Plasters. NEVER BLISTER OR SCALD
These wondrous
•r

COUNTER IRRITANTS have now
old, cruel,

RUBEFACIENTS

uperseded almost wholly the

Of 2he rapidity of of the patient. their action in any case it is only neces-| sary to say that they afford certain HOW TO WEAR THEM from Five to Seven Minutes,! lief They are soft, pliaii:. free from all and that, too, without even the remotest sensation the skin. of discomfort ; the warm glow or excitement they unpleasant stickiness, and do not soil the undersuperinduce being agreeable rather than otherwise. clothes or surface of the body. Nor is their preThey are beautifully done up either singly or by sence manifested, after being once applied, save the quantity or in yard rolls to suit all purchasthrough a warm and grateful ^low which will iners, and are sold by all Druggists, Country Mcrdicate by its gradually increasing intensity, after some time, the period when they may be removed chants, and dealers in Medicine. should the patient deem it necessary. In all cases
SECURELY and speedily affected through the pores, without causing the slightest rawness or abrasion of
i

painful and scarifying blister, so long the dread of all ranks and conditions, and which may be regarded as one of the most barbarous instruments of torture that had ever pertained to the medical profession. The CAPSICUM PLASTERS, which or are compounded of the most searching though healing ingredients, never give the slightest pain or inconvenience, their mission being to gradually excite the surface of the body and to draw out through the pores of the skin the vitiated humors which are the source of pain and disease, and whose removal from the system can be most

of inflammation or acute suflferingrfrom PEPpain, the CAPSICUM PLASTERS stand at the head of applications. As all other similar

PER

OR RED

GREAT

COUNTER-IRRITANTS

as

they haye not their equal in the world, may be verified at any moment.
their

Through

wondrous powers they,
;

RED PEPPER

absorb the disease of any peculiar part of the body through the pores and, more mysterious still, inject into the system through the same avenues, the healing and purifying essences which have rendered them so universally famous. They are applicable to every age and sex, and can be removed and reapplied at pleasure, without tne slightest danger of taking cold on the part

\

;

;

'

m

^

liameness, whether of the back^ joints or limbs, experiences great relief from HERRICK'S PLASTERS. CAPSICUM or If the ailment should be but of recent origin, the difficulties attending a radical cure will be rreatly obviated ; but if of old standing, the case

Inflammation of the Throat

or of the

RED PEPPER

elands of the neck can be alleviated at once by 5ne of HERRICK'S CAPSICUM or RED

set

Under any circumstances, IS widely different. however, these great Rubefacients will prove of ^indoubted advantage to the sufferer and if not capable of restoring his limbs to their wonted vigor, will, at least, facilitate their action in a marked degree and render them more pliant. There is no mystery about this. These Plasters are counter irritants and great healers, and Ask for them. hence their universal popularity. They are sold everywhere
;

Any ailment of sequently relieves the patient. the neck or throat must be seen to at once for they, so to speak, are very important avenues of the system, and must be kept in free and healthy action. To permit inflammation, however slight, to obtain in relation to them for any time, would be to court permanent disease or death.
;

The irritation a bandage to the suffering parts. up by these great Remedies on the surface of at once the fever within, and conthe skin, allays

PEPPER PLASTERS

applied in the

manner

of

Inflammation of the Stomach

or any

acute pain in that region succumbs at once to an application of HERRICK'S CAPSICUM or

supplemented with advantage by a dose of

RED PEPPER PLASTERS, which may be HERRICK'S SUGAR-COATED VEGETABLE
:

PILLS. Not only is this disease most painful, but extremely dangerous therefore it must be treated with the greatest promptness and intelligence. Of course, to allay the fever and absorb the And heated humors is of the first importance. this these Plasters do in a manner the most wonand grateful. In any case of inflammation derful they have no successful rival.

Sciatica.—To grapple successfully with this merciless complaint, requires a remedy the most active and positive, and one which has already In this relation done good service in the field. we can say with truth that Dr. L. R. HERPEPPER or RICK'S CAPSICUM PLASTERS occupy the very first place, and afby this demon more ford relief to those attacked speedily than can be obtained through any other Where the pain seems most acute, means. whether in joint or limb, apply the remedy ; and when the counter in itation set up by it antagonizes with ihe cause of the disease within, relief HERis, of course, experienced immediately. RICK'S CAPSICUM PLASTERS are for sale without a successful rival. everywhere. They are

i

:

RED

An old farmer said of his pastor, who was exceedingly mild in his preaching—" He's a good nan, but he always rakes with the teeth up.^
BALD-HEADED professor reproving a youth for the exercises of the fist " "We fight with our keads at this college." The youth reflected a
:

sert.)

Little Gertie (after waiting some time for des" Uncle, don't you have anything after dinner?" " Yes, dear, dyspepsia.

A

surance on a building situated in a village where
" there Was no fire engine. He was asked, What are the means in your village for extinguishing " Well, it rains sometimes," he replied. fires ?"

A MAN

in

Pawtucket made application for in-

Moment and
kaT« bvtt«d

then replied, " Ah,

I sec,

and you

all

yoor hair

ofiL"

lOth Month.

OCTOBER,

1888.

81 Days.

Renne's Pain-Killing Magic Oil
certain relief in NeuIt
is

ralgia,Sciatica,

and

all

other

Its powers are marvelous in all bronchial d i seases and affections.

nervous affec-

Taken

tions, when
used according
to directions.
MOON
S PHASKS.
N. Y,

internally and applied to the chest it works miracles.
GALVESTON
M.
58b.
83if.

D.

H.

H.
11

M.
35e.*

Calendar for

Calendar for

Calendar for
Jer- Houston, Austin,

New Moon

1

New
^ Y.

England. N.

New York

City,

Phila- lexae, Galveston,

First Quarter..,. 9 Full Moon 16

5
1

4
4 5

Last Quarter.... 23 'New Moon 30

6 7

49k. 22b,
lE.

Om, 26m.
59e. 38b.

State,

Michi- delphia. Conn.,

New

§ 'gan, Wisconsin, sey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, &c., La., Ala.. Miss., Ga. & Fla. Iowa and Oregon. Indiana and Illinois.

Sun Sun Moon Sun Sun Moon H.W. Sun Sun Moon
M.

h m. h.m. h. m. 5 43 sets Much Mo 6 9 1>' 6 ^D' 5 40 6 21 Tu Maj. Andre execu., 1780. 5 39 6 53 We Use Herrick's Pills, cooler :£= 5 37 7 29 Th (^ ^ 9R. B. Hayes b., '23. =2= 5 35 8 8 Fri Bat. of Thames, '13. Heavy ^) Inferior, clouds. 3 5 33 8 53 Sat 5 33 9 42 Su Wm. Penn landed, 1683. Mo Use H.'s Strength. Plas. 5 30 10 87 Tu Chicago Fire, 1871. Rain t 5 28 11 36 5 27 morn We First Overland Mail, 1858 38 Th Bahamas disc, 1492. with vs 5 25 Fri ^ in Sl^ R.Stephenson d.,'59 523 6 Sat Burgoyne sur., 1777. much 5 23 6 6 5 20 Su Wm. Penn b., 1644. wind. Mo (16) J) Eclipsed, visible. 19 6 Tu ^ Stationary. Clear 17 rises 6 We ^ in Perihelion. and 6 34 5 Th (^t|;])Cornwallis sur. 1781 « 5 Fri 6hl>' 6 $ 1> mild. 8 5 Sat Battle of Navarino, 1837, 5 Dan'l Webster d., 1852. 5 Su Gr. Elonga. W. Mo § Fine ni6 5 Tu 6 11D-6 $ Dlr.Reb.,1641 23:6 morn 5 We $\\tV raBsepe. Fall 256 16 5 Th Philadelphia setteld, 1683, SI 6 1 5 Fri Hogarth d., 1764. weather. 2 5 Sat 6 $D' n:^0, w. 5 1 3 ^(6 4 59 4 Su Cuba discov. 1493. Much ^,6 Mo (^ ^ ])Metz sur., '70. wind nK6 4 57 5 Tu (31 )c^ 9 DJohn Adams b. '-=6 4 57 6 2 We 0Eclip8ed, invis. [1735 £i=l6 4 55 sets

w".

Plenoiejia and Importaiit Events.

rises

sets

rises

rises

sets

hjn. h.m,
5
5 "

rises h. m.

N. Y.
h.

rises

sets

rises

^5

5l3
5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

sets

5 5

6^0,

T T

X X

no n6

a6

41 6 23 39 6 53 38 7 33 36 8 13 35 8 57 33 9 46 31 10 41 30 11 39 38 morn 27 41 25 1 46 23 2 54 22 4 4 6 24 20 5 16 7 16 19 rises 8 3 17 6 38 8 56 16 7 21 9 46 14 8 16 10 36 13 9 15 11 81 12 10 11 eve28' 10 11 19 27 24 9 morn 24 7 18 1 16 18 6 4 2 14 9 55 3 3 12 o 4 7 6 40 1 5 4 7 20 4 59 5 59 7 56 4 58 sets 8 35

mom

m. h.m. 5 53 9 6 5 54 9 44 5 54 10 32 5 55 11 5 56 11 45 5 56 5 57 34 5 58 5 58 5 59

h.m.

h m.
sets

T26

5 46 5 45

544
5 43 5 43 5 41

6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

5 40 5 38 5 37 5 36 5 35 5 34 1 5 33 2 5 33 2 5 31 8 5 30 4 5 29 4 5 27 5 5 20 6|5 35
6i5

6 7 7 8 9 10

37 14 54 36 22

11 11 04

11 59

mom
57 57 2 59 4 3 5 9
,

1

rises

5 5 5 5 5 5 11 5 12- 5 13 5 13 5

7 8 8 9 10 10

6 58 7 44 8 41 9 39 34 10 33 23 11 87 33 morn 21 32

20
19 18 17 17 16 15

sets

is a fruitful source of many dangerous ailments, and of great discomfort to does not act, and the bile is not pure and sufficiently copious, anything like health is out of the question. One of the most potent and safe remedies known for this complaint is Renne's Magic Oil. Try it.
I

B LIOUSN ESS
If the liver

thousands.

_

Imflaataaativm ^f the liangs.— It

is

un-

meccsiary to dwell upon the dangerous character of this disease, or upon the vital importance of treating it at once with the utmost decision and intelligence. The lungs are the bellows of life. Through them the blood is oxygenized and reivitied. Any embarrassment of their action, or clogging of their cells, must result fatally, unless The swiftest and they are relieved speedily. surest mode of restoring them to healthy action lies in the instant application of one of HEK-

PLASTERS over the chest, or rather regions they occupy. It can be seen at that the counter irritation set up by Rubefacients will relieve the patient at

RICK'S

CAPSICUM

OR RED PEPPER

a matter of great moment to those who live in thinly populated districts or remote from towns or villages.
is

Not* This.—WheB Dr. L. R. Herrick'sf RED PEPPER PLASTERS hare done their work in any special case, on being removed from the surface of the body and sponged lightly with a little cold water, they can be used anew in any suitable case, and that too without having deteriorated in strength or efficacy in even the slightest degree. The Capsicum and other ingredients of which they are compounded unite and blend in such a way as to render them almost imperishable. This

over the a glance, the great once.

THESE PLASTERS
NEVER scald, bum delicate skin.
SEVEN
Never
fail to

or blister even the most

the chest,

Difficulty of Breathing, or stuffing of experiences immediate relief from

afford relief in from

FIVE

to

minutes.

HERRICK'S CAPSICUM OR RED PEPPER PLASTERS. Spread one of these warm Counter
Irritants over the affected region, and soon a loosening of the mucous, and a copious flow of perspiration will break up the attack in fits of This ailment generally results expectoration. from colds or exposure, and when permitted to root itself in the chest or bronchial tubes, it not unfrequently leads to most disastrous results. Therefore, to root it out of the system at once becomes an imperative duty. This is easily effected if it is only taken in time, and the great remedy now mentioned applied in accordance

Never fail to allay the pains arising ralgia or Sciatica. Never
fail to reliere Pleurisy

from Neuall

and

inflam-

matory symptoms. Never fail to overcome inflammation of the Chest, Stomach, Bowels or Kidneys. Never fail to remove acute pains of whatever
description.

Never
affections

fail to

overcome

all

acute rheuinatic

with the printed directions accompanying each
Plaster.

to relieve stiff back, limbs or joints. the slightest fear of taking cold after their removal, and by aH ages and every sex. They are sold by all druggists, country merchants and dealers in medicine.

and

They may be used without

PERRiN'S FUMIGATOR FOR CATARRH, AND OTHER DANGEROUS AFFECTIONS.
C»tarrh may be termed a cankerous and vicious discharge from the mucous membrane espethe nose, fauces, and bronchial tubes. In the whole category of human ailments there is not a more loathsome or frightful disease. Although it is but the result of a neglected cold, once it burrows into the head and system it beto destroy every fl'ins eature of the human form divine, until at last
cially that of

The Pipe and

In smoking arette. either of these for AS-

Cig-

THMA, MINISTERS' SORE THROAT, or
any other bronchial
affection, occasionally retain the smoke for some time in the mouth, and

then blow it slowly thro-

ugh the

nostrils.

There

any deis nothing in gree offensive o r unpleasant in the FUMI-

GATOR.

If

the

smoke

we drop
maladv

the grave. medy for

piece-meal into The only rethis

cannot be readily disposed of through the nostrils let it escape f ram
the mouth in the ordinWhile using ary wav.

is PERRIN'S FUMIGATOR — a di&.

terrible

PERRIN'S FUMIGATOR, should the patient
suffer in

I

covery which has rescued countless sufferers from the very jaws of the most frightful of all deaths.

any degree f roni

constipation,

a dose of

SMOKING THE CIGARSTTS. TABLE PILLS

HERRICK'S SUGAR-

COATED VEGE-

Perrin'i Famintor is also an infallible remedy for Asthma, Ministers' Sort Throat, and various other bronchisd affections. It is smoked in a clay pipe after the manner of ordinary tobacco, or as cigarettes beautifully done up in the far-famed rice paper. In its odor it bears no semblance whatever to anything like medicine or common tobacco and may be smoked privately without fear of detection by ladies, ana openly
by gentlemen.

will be found of rreat This invaluable remedy for Catariv which may be used with the utmost safety by persons of any sold everywhcrt. It issold in loose age or sex form or aa cigarettes by all druggist*, itry merchants and dealers in medicines. L. W. ft CO.,
I

WARNER

<9 Murray Street, Prom-ietors of N«w i wh. Dr. Merrick's Family Medicinta.

and Renne's Pala^KUling- Magic OA.

11th Month.

NOVEMBER,

1883.

30 Days.

Renne's Pain-Killing Magic Oil
Crick, pains in

Rickets, Stiff

Stomach

and

Joints, Lame
Back, and general discomfort
before
ical

loss of appetite

yield to its be-

nign and wondr o

u

s

influence

and debility fly its magpowers.

at once.
MOON
S PHASBS.

N. Y.

GALVESTON.
h.

d. h.

m.

m.

First Quarter.

.778b.

Full Moon 14 11 41 K. Last Quarter. .21 8 47 M. New :^oon....2d 158».

5 45 e. 10 18 m. 7 24 M. 35 s.

D.

USEFUL RECEIPTS AND MEMORANDA.
MississiEj>i Corn Bread.—One pint of boiled meal, one tearice, mastied fine, one pint of spoonful of butter or lard ; bake in a pan like a pound cake, in a hot oven.

com

Butter-Making in Winter.— Keep the animals warm, feed three times a day, give some roots, and plenty of corn-meal, or the provender made
by grinding oats and marrowfat peas together. the milk is strained, set the pans on the stove and warm the milk slowly; when as hot as the finger can easily bear, set the pans away in a room not cold enough to freeze. Keep the creampot moderately warm.

Short Cake.—Two tablespoonsful of butter, two cups sugar, two eggs, one teaspoonful soda, two of cream tartar, one cup milk, and three of
flour.

When

Puff Pudding.— Eight eggs beaten

lightly:

eight tablespoonsful sifted flour' one quart of muk, a little salt. Bake half an aour in a quick oven. Eat with sauce.

Potato Puff, —Two cups of cold mashed potatoes,^ sUr in two tablespoonsful of melted butter, beating to a cream add two well-beaten egg9,
;

Keeping Apples and Pears. They should be Shutters should be kept from air and light. placed in the windows to exclude the air. A few days before using, dessert apples and pears should be removed to a somewhat warmer atmosphere, and have air and light to give flavor. Keeping Potatoes. Experience proves that potatoes should be kept through the winter in a dry and cold atmosphere— the drier the better,
All provided it be above the freezing-point. changes of temperature or of the degrees of mois-

3

one cup of cream or milk ; pour into a deep dish, bake in a quick oven. Quick Loaf Cakk.—One cup of sugar^ half cup of b.'tter, one egg, one cup of milk, two teaspoons of baking powder, two cups of flour, one cup of raisins. Perfect Biscuit.—One pound flour, half teaspoonful salt, two teaspoonsful baking powder. Sift together flour, salt, and powder, then add three-quarters pint milk or water. Bake immediately in a hot oven. Potato Rolls. Boil one pint of sliced and peeled potatoes, pour off the water, mash [fine, add one and a half pints of water, then strain, half cup sugar, one tablespoonful lard, one teacup of yeast. Rise over night. This makes one loaf and one pan of rolls. Pbrfect Silver Cake.—Three-quarter cup butter, two cups sugar, four cups flour, one cup sweet milk, two teaspoonsful baking powder, whites of five eggs ; flavor to taste. To Make Tough Meat Tender. Soak it in rinegar and water, if a very large piece, for about twelve hours. For ten pounds of beef use three quarts of water to three-quarters of a pint of vinegar, and soak it for six or seven hours. Brown Bread.—Three cups of yellow Indian meal, one and a half cups of rye meal, three cups of sour milk, half cup of molasses, one tea-

ture are unfavorable. Where only small quantities are to be stored, as for family use, they should be assorted into barrels, the interstices filled with sun-dried sand, and the whole covered with nicely Sprouting or shrivelling is thus prefitted turfs. vented, and much of the original freshness of the potato is retained.
t'ttific
''

Elderberry Ink, — A correspondent of the SetAmerican fumishes the following recipe
:

[

One

half gallon of juice

of elderberries, one

ounce copperas, two drachms alum, twenty drops creosote, dissolved in a small quantity of alcohol. apd The ink keeps a violet color several years, * then becomes of a brownish tint.

A Useful

Cement.

—The Railway

Times

sajrs

that a useful cement for closing up cracks in stoveplates, stove-doors, etc., is prepared by mixing finely pulverized iron, such as can be secured at the dmggist's, with liquid water-glass, to a thick Kaste, and then coating the cracks with it. The otter the fire then becomes, the more does the cement melt and combine with its metal ingredients, and the more completely will the crack become closed.

tpoonful of saleratus. Steam thren hours, then bake three hours slowly. Suet Pudding. One pint of milk, one pint of syrup, half pound of raisins, half pound of currants, half pound of suet ; add prepared flour as Spice to suit taste. stiff as pound-cake. Succotash. ^Time. one hour and a half. Cut off tj^ com from tne cobs, and put the cobs in just Water enough to cover them, and boil one hour ; then remove the cobs and put in the corn and a quart of Lima beans, and boil thirty minutes. When boiled add some cream or miUc, salt

How TO Cleanse Water,—The editor of HalTs Journal 0/ Health has often in times past ''settled" Mississippi water, and made it look " as clear as a bell, by tying a bit of alum to a string and twirling 1' around for a few seconds beneath the surface of a glassful. The same authority further states that if a .amp of alum as large as the thumb-joint is thrown into four or
five gallons of boiling soap-suds, the

scum mns

over and leaves the water clean and soft and useful for washing.

and

butter.

/^

Lemon
:

Pie.

lemons, small lump of butter, two cups of sugar, thi'ee hot water, three ublespoonsiul of com starch let them come to a boil, set them o^ to cool, then add three eggs well beaten. This wHj

—Juice

and g^ted rind of three

make two

pies.

box 14 inches by i6 Useful Memoranda. inches square and 8 inches deep will contain a barrel, or 5 bush Is, ^r 10,752 cubic inches, box 24 inch s by i_ inches souare and 14 inches deep will contain a half barrel, or aji bushels, or 5,376 cubic inches. box 16 inches by 16.8 inches square and 8 inches deep will contain one bushel,or 2,150.4 cubic

—A

A

A

1

J
J

clear fire is required. Rub To Broil Fish. the bars of your gridiron with dripping or a piece of beef suet, to prevent the fish from stickin-' to Put a good piece of butterfinto a dish, work it. into it enough salt and pepper to season the fish Lay the fish on it wheL it is broiled, and with a knife blade put the butter over every part. Serve very hot.

—A

inches.

To Take Ink out of Linen. — Dip the
in

inksspot

and the ink

pure melted taiiow, then wash out the tallow will come out with it. This is said to be unfaiUng.

A box 12 inches by 11. 2 inches square and 8 1 inches deep will contain half a bushel, or 1,075.2 cubic inohes. A box 8 inches by 8.4 inches square and 8 inches deep will contain one peck, or 537.6 cubic inches. A box 8 inches by 8 inches square and 4.2 inches deep will contain half a peck, or 268.8 cubic inches. A box 7 inches by 4 inches square and 4.! inches deep will contain half a gallon, or 134.4 cubic inches. C

12th Month

DECEMBER,

1883.

31 Days.

Renne's Pain-Killing Magic Oil
Chills and Fever, Sore Eyes, Erys i p e 1 a s,

For
a
|
II

all inter-

n a 1 ailments,

take
tle

Ring Tape

Worm,

a f drops in a

ew
lit-

Worm,

and worms of
every description are cured

by

it.

water. For all external ailments rub well into the affected parts.
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h.

moon's phases.
First Quarter.
.

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m.

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1)

Mo
Til

Belzoni

d., 1823.

clouds

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b 1782.

We Van Buren Th Chase app.
Fri Sat

and

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6^D

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cold. -i=|7 25iTu ChristmaSc We Battle of Trenton. Snow Tn,!7 27|Th Use Herrick's Pills. Oood n\,|7 28Fri Use Perrin's Pumigator. f\7 29iSat Wm. E. Gladstone b. 1809. /|7 30|Su Marshal Prim d.'70 sleigh- / 7 3i1Mo dW®. i^ff- V:jl7 6 9D-

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.—Neither Cough, Cold. Bruise, Cut, Scald nor Bum— Neither Pain, Ache, nor A any internal or external ailment can withstand the miraculous powers of Renne's Magic Oil. A few drops applied outwardly or taken inwardly, as the case may be, acts like a charm.

NOT

BENE

HORSES. CATTLE, SHEEP, HOGS k POULTRY

SHOULD READ

HORSE ^ENSE.
Pe

FEED your horse regularly and with proper food, in sufficient quantity, TREAT your horse kindly at all times. Give him pure water to drink. KEEP your horse in a well-venttlated and dry stable. CLEAN and wash down your horse's limbs after his day's work. NEVER allow your horse to drink cold water when he is heated, unless
quantities,

in small

and even then

his exercise

must be continued
till

till

he gets cool.

WHEN your horse is
in the stable.

very warm, walk him about

he cools before placing him

NEVER leave your horse's legs wet. Always rub them and his feet dry. KEEP your horse well groomed, and free from all dirt, so as to promote
action of the skin.

healthy

WHEN 3'our Horses,

Cattle, Sheep,

Hogs

or Poultry require medicine, give

HAR-

VELL'S CONDITION POWDERSonly. Bewcire of AGES OF HOUSE MEDICINE, which are offered

LABGE TACKCHEAP.
If

They usually contain Coal Ashes^ Cottonseed Meal^ Damaged Drugs^ and various If your Stock is worth giving medinert materials^ to make them appec^r bulky.
icine to, give the

BEST, and

that is

HARVELL'S POWDERS.
L.

not get

it

at

your nearest

store, write to

W. WARNER & CO., Prowho
will
fill

you canorders

prietors,
promptly.

69 Murray

Street,

New York*

CARD TO THE
Thb Horsx Owner's Friknd
is

PUBIilC.
cattle, to |

a work intended as a guide for owners of horses and

enable them to treat the diseases of the same with success, and at a trifling cost. Owing to the large number of remedies offered for sale, many of which are actually injurious when used for diseases they profess to cure, the public must be particular and obtain HARVELL'S CONDITION POW-

DERS

and DR.

HERRICK'S

GERMAN LINIMENT only.

In consequence of mismanagement and ill-treatment, horses are exposed to a.aumber of formidable diseases. A description of some of the most important of these diseases is given in this work and their remedies pointed out. In horses, as in men, " prevention is better than cure ;" but, whendiseas* does come, it is best to have HARVELL'S CONDITION POWDERS and DR. HERRICK'S GERLINIMENT in the suble for immediate use. Many valuable horses have been saved by them ; and the mass of testimonials forwarded to us, show that»'44ithe range of treatment of diseases in horse* these remedies have no superior. But not alone for horses are the CONDITION POWDERS serriceable ; for in all affections of Cattle, Sheep, HogtA^ Poultry, they are most salutary and economic

MAN

also.

*

^""Thk
•tamp.

Horsk Ow»er*s Friend"

will be

maile^^ t^m^ay
Published"by

addr^^pm
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receipt of a three cent

Write for

HORSE OWNER'S FRIEND.
DR.

HERRICK,
241 P. O.,

Box

Nkw

Yorx.

The Horse Owner's
envlnff
ft

Friend.
of

description of the Internal

Horses, Cattle, Mules, Sheep,

and External Diseases and Ailmonta Hogs and Poiiltry, with a Sure and Safe Method of Curingr them.

Examine diagram
responding number.

to locate the disease,

and follow

fully the directions as set forth

The Treatment

for each disease will be

found

in the

''

under eaca Ch.<'» Horse Owner's Friend.''

Nos.
excessive

1,

2 and 3.— Glanders.
The

No. 17.—Hernia, or Rupture.
artificial

Causes.— Bad lodging, stimulating food, and work operating upon young life. Symptoms. Staring coat lungs or air-passages always affected flesh fades glands swell spirits low appetite bad a lymphatic gland adheres to the inside of the jaw the membrane in-

intestines protruding through a natural or opening of the belly.

;

;

No. 18.— Broken Ribs.
Cause.—Ill-usage,
accident.

;

;

;

the result of carelessness or

;

a slight discharge from one nostril ; this becomes thicker, and adheres to the margin of the nostril, exhibiting white threads and bits of mucus.-^ then it changes to a full stream of foul pus; next the nasal membrane grows dull and dropsical ; the margins of the nostrils enlarge ; the horse breathes with difficulty ; the discharge turns discolored and abhorrent; farcy breaks forth, and the animal dies of suffocation. Treatment. There is no known cure, but the constant use of Harvell's Condition Fowders will prevent the disease.
side the nose ulcerates
;

Cause. Excessive labor, poor food, and bad lodging, acting upon old age.

No. 10.— Farcy.

No. 20.— Sores from Constant Bleedlngrs. Cause and Symptoms.— Nearly similar to No.
14.

No. 21. -Bridle SwelUngr, Cause.— Ill-fitting bridles.

No. 4.— Caries and Diseases of the Jaw.
Causes.— Maltreatment ; pulling the abuse of the bit too tight a curb-chain.
;

snaffle

;

mation of the throat.

No. 22.—Fistula, and Inflamed Parotid Gland. Cause.—The after effects of No. $ and inflam-

No. 23.—Inflamed Jugular Vein, or
Phlebitis, Cause. The abuse of a practice only required in nine cases ou*- 0/ ten ; that is Bleeding.

No. 5.— Fistula of the Parotid Gland.
Causes.
into the

— Hay-seeds or other substances getting
of the duct during mastication
;

mouth

:

stones being found within the can^.

No. 24.-Sore Throat.
Causes.- Close stables, standing in cold or rain while sweating, and after hard work or driving.

No. 6.-Diseases of the Eye.
/arious ; often brutality, foreign bodies, as hay-seed, chaff, or dirt in the eye, whitCTTasbed walls, small, dark, and filthy stables, an^- .a. » ui» exhalation of ammonia.

Causes.

No. 25.—Tumors Caused by Collars.
Causes.— Ill-fitting, badly made, and
out collars
;

old,

worn-

No. 7.—Scars on Forehead and over the Eyes.
Causes.— Oi en
in pain, or horses.
ill

also over- work.

No. 26.—Capped Elbow, or Shoe Tumor.
Cause.

usage; knocking the head
blind, or bites

—Injury to the pnjint of the elbow.
No. 27.-Wind Galls.

when

when

from other

No. 8.— Scjars from Old Fontanels and Diseases of the Brain. Among the causes known in producing diseases
of the brain, are hard usage, over-work, and bad feeding. Some horses are more subject lo these diseases than others, and are liable to have an attack whenever the st-mach or digestive organs are out of order. Therefore prevention is better than cure, and the best plan is to give occasional doses of Harvell's Condition Powders.

Cause.-Hard work.

No. 28.—Mallenders and Sallendera.
Cause. Neglect. Mallenders, a scurfy patch at the back of the scurfy patch in front of the : sallenders^ a bock.

knee

Causes.

—Early

No. 29.—Splint
and too hard work
;

blows,

kicks, etc.

No, Q.-Poll Evil
in the halter, hitting the poll against the top of the stable or door, blows on the head, and any external injury.

No. SO,— Capped Kne«.
Caus«.— Injury
knee.
to point of calcis or front of

Causes,— Hanging back

No. 81.—Broken Knee and
Cause.- Falls or
Causb.
kicks.

0];>en Joint.

No. 10.—Prurigo or
grooming,

Mane

Scab.

Causes.— Starvation, bad food, lodging and filth and dirt, turning out to grass.

No. 82.— Clap of the Back Slnewa.

—Extra exertion.

No. 11.—Fistulous Withers,
Cause.— External
saddle.
injury; often caused

by the

No. 33.— Ringrbone. Cause.—Dragging heavy loads up

steep

hills.

No. 12.— Saddle-Galls, etc. Causes.— Ill-fitting or old saddles, exceuive
riding or working.

No. 34.— Acute and Chronic Founder, or Contracted Ring Foot.
Cause. An inflammation of parts of the foot, originating in too hard work or in cold. It is not always confined to the hoof, but sometimes attacks the sensible fleshy ?

No. 13.—Fistulous TaiL No. 14.-Rat TaiL Causes. —The foolish practice of pulling the tail, excessive and uncured mange and worms,
causing the horse to rub his health and dirt.
tail

No. 85.— Sprung Kixees and Knuckled
Fetlocks.
Cause.
lessness.

violently;

bad

—Excessive driving and work, with careNo. 36

Whirl Bone Displaced. Causes.- Accident, but oftener bad management j short and bad food causing weakness, and especially in young horses.

No. 1 5.— Fallingr of the Fundament. No. 16.— Liixation of the Patella, or

— Quittor.

Causes. Confined matter of a com ; or, prick of the sole : or from injuries to the coronet, causing it to form matter ; this often works downward, as it cannot pierce the skin of the coronet it often attacks the cartilages and causes great
lameness.

No. 87.— Tread on the Coronet and Over-Reach.
Causes.— Of tread, fatigue and overwei|:ht. Over-Reach When a good stepper is very tired this accident sometimes happens — the coronet (or part over the top of the hoof) of the fore foot on the outer side being severely wounded by the in-

another. Some animals will be very bad one day and the next will be entirely over it. Treatment.— Bathe the parts affected several times a day with Dr. Herrick's German Horsh Liniment, and give a tablespoonful of Harvell's Condition Powders night and morning for several weeks it will entirely remove the cause of
;

side of the hind shoe.

the disease.

No. 38.— Sand, Cow, Toe, and Quarter Cracks. Causes.— Want of cleanliness, bad health, causing imf>erfect secretion, and treading length of time on a dry soil.
for

Worms.
Cause.— Often the result of unsound food, and derangement of digestive organs. Slavering" or Foaming at the Mouth. Slavering, slobbering, or foaming at the mouth is easily cured by a few doSk.s of Harvell's Condition Powders a change of diet is often necessary. Horses fed on new grass will slaver always give good food if you wish a healthy
;

any

No. 30 —Girth Swelllngrs.
Causes.

down hill with very tight girths. No. 40.— Wind Colic, or Belly-Ache.
driving ; change of water or food, getting wet, giving water or large feeds while hot fatiguing journeys aloes and often when no cause can be traced, but the symptoms are known to almost every one.

—Over-riding
— Fast
;

or

taking heavy loads

animal.

Causes.

Inflammation of the Stomach and
Intestines. Cause.— Irritation from local causes produced by improper food, sudden checking of perspiration, such as throwing cold water upon the legs and back after a hard ride, standing in a high wind or a draught.

;

;

No.
Cause.

41— ThorougrhplB.
labor.

— Excessive

No. 42.— Capped Hocks.
Cause, symptoms and treatment same as for capped knee. (See Noi 30.)

Corns.
Cause.

—Bruises to a tender or sensitive sole.
Broken Wind.

No. 43.— Swelled and Sprungr Sinews.
ing, or a

Causes.— Old age; prolonged work, and bad
food.

Causes.— Hard work on uneven ground; plungsudden twist or jerk while ridden or

driven.

Symptoms. Short, dry, backing cough, caused by irritability of the larynx ravenous appetite insatiable thirst abundant flatus. Dung halt
;

-

;

No. 44.— Scratches.
glect, filth,

Causes —Age, debility, excessive labor, neand cutting the hair off the heels.

digested dejected
effort
;

coat ragged belly pendulous aspect respiration is performed by a triple inspiration is spasmodic and single ; ex; ; ; ;

No. 45.— Spavin.
Cause. Hard work. Symptoms.— A bony enlargement upon the

lower and inner side of the hock prevents the leg being properly placed, and hinders the hoof being turned outward, causes the front of the shoe to be worn, and the toe of the hoof to be blunted by dragging the foot/*along the ground, leaves the stable limping, but is better with exercise.
Sickle or

piration is labored and double. Treatment. Relief is possible never give water before work, and give but half a pail at a time, about four times in twenty-four hours feed morning and night Harvell's Condition Powders, always dry^ mixed with the feed

;

;

Caked Udder
Bathe freely with Dr.

in Cows. Herrick's

German
com-

Horse Liniment.

It will either scatter the

cow-nocked horses are most subject to

Spavin.

No. 46.—Curb.
Causes, Galloping on uneven ground; wrenching the limb witn rearing, prancing, leaping, or being pulled up suddenly on the haunches.

plaint or bring it to the surface ; if treated properly and attentively for a few days a speedy cur* will result.

Murrain In

Cattle.

No. 47— Swollen Leers. Foment with salt and hot water; rub with Dr* Hbrrick's German Horse Liniment; give Harvbll's Condition Powders.

Cattle in newly settled sections of the country are more liable to disease than those grazing on old farm lands, because the new laidnsut farms are not properly drained.

Influenza or Distemper. Cause.— Unknown. SvMHTOMS —Loss of appetite, sore throat,
charge from the
debility.
nostrils,

dis-

deep-seated cough and

The limbs become swollen a little but increasing each day, until the animal for breath the pulse is accelerated It staggers the respirations are short and quick tumors and swellings show in every part of the body, and unless speedy relief is given death ensues within a few days.
Symptoms.
first,

at

seems oppressed
; ;

;

;

Cougrhs or Colds.
Causes.— Exposure, neglect, foul stables, etc. Diseases of the Urinary Orir*&8> Causes.— Animal out of condition improper
;

food

;

exposure

;

strong physics,

etc.

Rheumatism.
Cause.— Exposure sometimes hereditary. Symptoms.— Stiffness of joints, want of flex;

Treatment.— Give two heaping tablespoonfuls Harvell's Condition Powders in a warm bran mash, in order to drench the animal. Repeat this night and morning until the stomach and bowels are thoroughly emptied, and when the droppings cease, care must be taken to see the animal does not stand exposed to cold winds. Bathe the ulcers or sores with Herrick's German Horse Liniment they will heal up as soon as the inflammation in the blood subsides.
of
;
f

Thi$ Liniment

ibility of

and

Its

muscles and tendons, swelling of limbs shifting from one part of the body to

tion, be

found

will, oi an external applicato relieve all r?uumati4 pains tn

either

man wr Iteaei.)

BEEVES
•Al.

stock, are improved In health, weight and fatness through the use of HARVELL'S CONDITION POWDERS. Nay more, their flesh becomes finer and of better flavor, so that their market value will always be the highest. Growers and dealers can satisfy themselves of this fact, by giving these great specifics a fair trial— specifics

A

ND all meat bearing

when properly understood, have become an abiding source of wealth. The evidences of their genuineness are to be found in every portion of this country and of Canada. Inquire, and be guided by the result.
which,

THE HOG.
an article of food in this country, any treatment that would enhance hii weight and the flavor and quality of his flesh, must be of grave consequence indeed. To be brief, then, o make the hog healthy and remunerative he must be well fed, kept in a clean pen, with a dry bed, ai d with clci n water. It is an error to suppose that the hog is the filthy animal he is said to be all that he has been charged with in this relation, are but simple evidences of the neglect with which he has been treated. Give him fair play, and mix his food with H ARVELL'S CONDITION POWDERS, and he will not only be kept free of every disease, but become an abidin source of wealth. These Powders are sold everywhere.
;

THIS animal fonns so important and of commerce also, that

SHEEP.
factor in our material place they occupy in the manufacture of clothing would, in this relation alone, entitle them to the most careful consideration ; but when we come to examine the fact that, in addition, they furnish an indispensable and favorite article of our food for our tables, we will perceive at once how essential it is to so manage them as to realize from their raising the largest amount of the best meat and wool. To injure this they must be kept in a state of perfect health through the agency of H ARVELL'S CONDITION mi.xed occasionally with (their food. This course pursued, we will soon have finer mutton, finer wool and finer lambs. Test the great specifics, and judge for yourselves.

a most THESE animals areprominentimportant prosperity. The

POWDERS,

IMPORTANT TO POULTRY GROWERS.
fowls and IF are not are kept clean,have well sheltered from wind and wet overfed, and a due proportion of both soft and green food, with a never-failing supply of clean water, they will remain free from disease, unless infected by other fowls. Bad Fledging. Chickens often droop, and suffer much whilst their feathers are growing, especially in cold, wet weather, and This crisis the breeds which feather most rapidly suffer most. seldom lasts more than a week or ten days the chicks recover their
;

;

health and vigor.

Gapes is a fatal disease of chickens. It never occurs except there has been foul water exposure to wet, and want of nourishing food. The disease consists, at least so far as actual symptoms extend, in a number of small worms vi'hich infest the windpipe, and cause the poor chicken to gasp for breath

Bcup is always caused by wet or very cold winds. It begins with a common cold, and terminates in an offensive discharge from the nostrils and eyes. It is most highly amtagious, let all fowls affected by it be at once put by themselves, and have a separate water vessel. Keep them warm, and feed with meaJ only, mixed with a table-spoonful of KARVELL'S CONDITION POWDERS wapn watet. Pip is analogous to a " foul tongue " in human beings, Cure the roup, or bad digestion, and the thickening of the tongue will disappear. Dianhcea may be caused either by cold, wet weather, with inadequate shelter, neglect in cleaning the house and run, or from the reaction afur constipation cans, d by too little green food. Feed on warm barley meal give some green food, but not very much and at first administer a teain their food twice a day. spoonful of H ARVELL'S CONDITION Insect Verihin, which can only be troublesome from gross neglect either of the fowls or of their habitations. The remedy is a dust-baih, of equal parts powdered charcoal aud coal ashes well mixed. and an energetic lime-washing of the house and sheds will get nd of the annoyance. It will be seen that by far the greater proportion of poultry diseases arise either from cold and wet, or neglect in preserving cleanhness. Give the invahd warmth and good shelter, with HARVELL'S CONDITION in its food Note. \ general rule for keeping fowls healthy is to tnho one pint of Indian meal and one tablespoonful HARVELL'S CONDITION POWDERS, mixed together thoroughly, and then moistened witn water enougn to make it quite a stiff mixture, occasionally adding a small quantity ground Cayenne pepper; give the mixture twice a week. Vary the quantity of powder used to age and requirements of the fowls. Harvell's Condition Powders can be had at all druggists and dealers in medicine, and at the Manufacturers and Proprietors, L. W, Warner & Co., 69 Murray Street, New York.

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