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A SlRSFUIi AYAIANCHE I N KVEBX
A nd Thousands of People Crashed by Its
Far up the dizzy Alpine heights,
above the Hue of perpetual frost, where
the brilliant glitter of the snow under
the midday sun seems only to intensify
the cold, the lee King would seem to
hold undisputed sway, But even here
there is at times a little humidity in
the atmosphere of the more sheltered
The dry snow softens a little, the
wind catches it up and tosses it about,
and the star-like Hakes are rolled into
a tiny ball that the footsteps of a child
might easily crush. Then comes the
rude blast from the mountain tops and
drives the ball up and down the high
valley and across the vast tracKless
fields of snow and ice. It gathers size
and -strength at every turn huge rocky
boulders and mountains of ice are im
bedded in tha now slowly moving
avnlanehe, which sooner or later
steads with frightful velocity to thenice
The luckless village in is pathway is
doomed! The air is thick with the falling
snow! An awful rush! A roar re-'
verberates through the mountains, and
the little Swiss hamlet is swept away!
The foregoing is so applicable that we
use it aa an illustration. As the wind
catches up the snow particles on the
mountain tops- so the heart catches up
the blood as it passes from the kidneys
and other organs, and sends it coursing
through the system. As it rushes
along it drops the uric acid that the
unhealthy kidneys have left in thefelt.
blood in the form of insoluble crystals,
causing enlargement of the joints
and intense inflammation in the sys
tem which is often willed acute rheu
matism. Eventually the joints en
larged by these crystjds become stiff
and painful. If these crystals are
dropped in the liver they are called
gall-stones, if in the kidneys gravel, if
the bladder calculus or stone.
So, too, the calamitous results noted
can be as readily prevented if the right
means are used at the right time.
"But how?" our readers may ask.
Listen and we will tell you. It is
a fact of medical science that the kid
neys are the chief blood purifiers of
the system the chief blood poisoner
is uric acid which the kidneys alone can
expel. If the thousand little hairlike
sewer tubes of the kidneys, through
which the entire blood supply passes,
the same as through the heart, are dis
eased they cannot separate atd expel
this poisonous waste matter from the
If this uric acid or kidney poison re
mains in solution in the blood it circu
lates throughout the system, causing ir
ritation, which produces, according to
the location of the irritation, pneu
monia, consumption, hacking cough,
heart disease, inflammations and fevers,
skin disorders, paralysis, appoplexy,
and makes the system susceptible to
colds, chills, and all the other common
disorders of which uric acid is the prin
The little child upon the mountain
top can crush in its tiny hand the first
formation of the rushing avalanche.
Now, as another matter of scientific
fact, disease of these little sewer tubes
is more common than of any other
delicate part of the body, and it is
because Warner's safe cure, gentle and
natural in its action, has such wonder
ful power in preventing and curing
disease of these all-important tubes,
that it is recognized as a great
scientific specifica power possessed
by no other such remedy on
earth. When the kidneys, the
only blood purifying organs, become
inactive and diseased, any disorder to
which the system is most liable may be
Then it is that trouble begins, and
the doctors fail miserably because they
can only treat the effectsthe cause is
beyond their power! Hence it is that
the propi-ietors of Warner's safe cure
claim to cure so many apparently differ
ent diseasesit and it alone reaches
and cures the cause, and then, of course,
the effects disappear!
We incline to the belief that their
theory is correct and so recognized by
scientists who have given the subject
This frightful disorder is depopulat
ing our homes faster than we are aware
of. Like the avalanche of the moun
tain, it is causing the death of all with
whom it comes in contact. It does not
sweep away an entire village or hamlet
at once, but one by one the people suc
cumb to its pitiless The
final, or terminating, cause may bebetter
given another name and be so treated
by various "experts," but the cause of
all these effects, how many soever they
may be, is the same, and for that cause
there is but one rational form of treat
If you do not crush the avalanche as
it is forming, in the manner indicated,
it will certainly crush you!
Take your choice!
They weren't Amiued.
Two Buffalo ladies had an amusing
experience in making a call at a house
on Linwood avenue the other day
The maid asked them to wait until she
ascertained whether the persons in
quired for were in. Presently sht
tripped down stairs and announced
that the ladies were not at home. One
of the callers, finding that she had
forgotten her cards, said to her friend:
"Let me write my name on your
"Oh, it isn't at all necessarv, Mis?
"put in the maid, cheerfully "1
told them who it was!"
March, 1882, Rev. L. S Onge
P. P. Indian Missionary, Glen .Fall*, $
Y., wrote: "A single" application oJ
St. Jacobs Oil relieved me of rheumat
fern." October 29, 1886, he .write*
again: "It cured me then."
Gently Closing: Doom.^^^v^y
Once I called with a friend upon
sick person whose nerves had becom
so painfully acute through sufFerin
that noise toz-tured her. A screen doo
opened from her room into the hall
and as callers or members of tli
family passed in or out, a quick, shar
lam of this door followed close oi
their egress or ingress. The torture of
the noise sent a spasm of pain across
the sick woman's face, but she-bore it
uncomplainingly, thinking it more en
durable than flies and mosquitoes, and
no one had noticed or thought to
lessen this annoyance until my friend's
kind heart and quick eye prompted and
planned a remedy. She called for tacks
and cotton batting, and making firm
little cushions of the batting, she
tacked them up and down the casing
where the door would strike, and thein
sharp slam-bang was instantly softened
as the door swung to. The greatful
language and glance of the sick
woman made me wish I too, had eyes
that could see ways to be helpful to
.?vi Car of The Teeth* i, i.
J. you had a beautiful knife g to
you, you surely would not put i. tway
without cleaning or wiping it. You
would do all you could to keep it bright
and well polished, wouldn't you?
Certainly. We should think ourselves
very foolish if we let it get rusty for
want of wiping it clean.
We should be much more foolish if
we neglected to keep our teeth-a very
case of instruments given to U3 for
our use, health and comfort-quite clean.
The teeth should be well cleaned with
a tooth-brush and water every morning
and night. All our teeth are covered
with a bright, shining kind of polish,
which is somewhat like the shining out
side of china-waro. It is very hard, and
serves to protect the teeth from decay.
When this polish is cracked
or broken by biting any hard thing,
such as cracking nuts, and crushing
candy or biting off stout thread, then
the piece of tooth, which is softer in
side, begins to decay, and pain is soon
Most of you know what it is to
suffer from the toothache.
Picking the teeth with a pin orMexicans
needle is hurtful. Dirty and decayed
teeth are often the cause of a bad
breath and a foul stomach. As youday's
grow older, you must use the greatest
care to save your teeth. If an ounce
of prevention is worth a pound of cure,
surely it is in keeping the tegtk 'm good
A leading physician has made the
startling revelation that six thousand,
people, n,ostly children, die yearly in
this country from the effects of cough
mixtures containing morphia or opium.
Red Star Cough Cure contains nmther
opiates nor poisons purely vegetable.
Judge Gray's Querv,
Agent Barrett of the American Com
pany's Chicago office tells a very funny
story about Gray of the Supreme bench
of Iowa. "I don't know Judge Gray
myself," says Mr. Barrett, "but I hear
he is a very estimable gentleman, though
one likely to get excited, and say harsh
things when matters in which he hap
pens to be greatly interested go wrong.
As for the truth of the story, it was told
me by a well-known Methodist minister
of Iowa, and so have every reason to
believe in it. Some years ago Judge
Gray was called to Colorado by theonly
death there of a relative, who had inbowels,
vain sought better health in the moun
tains. On the way back with the body
a transhipment was necessary at Coun
cil Bluffs. Judge Gray purchased
tickets for Iowa i City, and attended to
the checking of tjhe coffin box in regular
Then he retireel to his berth in the
sleeper for a night's rest. At 4J next
morning the porter roused him to dress
as Iowa City wasj but a few miles away.
The Judge had rjot slept well, and the
early rising did not help to put him inren
a good humor. He was feeling any
thing but cheerful when he stepped
upon the platform of Iowa City, and,
walking to the baggage office, found
that the body of his relative was not
"No body cade this morning," said
"Judge Gray was furious. He was
too full for utterance, and, without
uttering one word, he walked to the
telegraph office, seized a pen, dashed
off a despatch to the baggage agent at
Council Bluffs, and thrust it through
the window at the astonished operator.
It was this:
'Where in -isniy mother-in-law?
Anxious mother: "It was after nine
o'clock when Clara came down to
breakfast this morning, and the poor
girl didn't look well at all. Her system
needs toning up. What do you think
of iron?" Father: "Good idea."
Mother: "What kind of iron had she
better takeP" Father: "She had
take a flat iron."
O ne Cent Invested
in a postal card, on which to send your
address to Hallett & Co., Portland,
Maine, will by return mail, bring you free,
particulars about work that both sexes, of
all ages, can do, and live at home, wherever
they are located, earning thereby from $5
to $35 per day, and upwards. Some have
earned over $5) in a single dav. Capital
not required you are started free.
As water runs down from the swelling
hills, and flows together in the lowly vale,
so grace flows not but into humble hearts.
A Good Thine to Know.
Moxieis the only plant known that will
iv vigorous strength and pro
no reaction. In fact some doctor*
say it is the only real Nerve Food known.
It looks so now. It is made into a perfect
ly harmless beverage neither stimulant or
alcohol, and will remove the tired-out nerv
ous feeling and the effects of stimulants at
once. Every druggist keeps it.
The miser, talking to himjttC will speak
in many tones.
More disease and physical suffering are
traced directly to indigestion than to al
most any other one cause. Moral: No
remedy in the world is equal to Allen's
'Iron Tonic Bitters" to aiddigestionand the
assimilation of food, and invigorate the
liver. All genuine bear the signature of J.
P. Allen, S Paul, Minn.
a i a
Doctors are disagreeing upon so many
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Delicate diseases of taer however
induced, promptly, thoroughly and per
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for large illustrated treatise, suggesting sure
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A New Jersey man has been fined
fty dollars far keeping a cow. Tic
cow belonged to a, fitijghjjoia
|||A clergyman writes as follows to the
Philadelphia Press: -f
During the memorable "Blaine and
Logan" campaign I enjoyed a.day in his
company at the house of a friend of us
both-rone of the Senators from Ne
York. I was much impressed by his
simplicity of nature and kindness of
heart. But what most interested me
was his unsolicited avowal of his faith
Christ, and his frank confession of
his Methodistic opinions and profession.
Understanding that I was a minister of
the Gospel, he said:
"I have often thought that I would
like to be in the ministry."
I replied: "To have done that, Gen
eral, you must have surrendered many
ambitions." '_ "sv*1
"That," was his noble reply-'cha
would be nothing. The end will come
soon, and these things will then be seen
to be worthless." I.
I was convinced of his transparent
honesty, when he uttered these words,
and believe that he simp]v apojia w- fc
believed and felt
The stains on linen can Jr* easaVf J-C-*
moved, but the quick process will be
very apt to destroy the fabric. A slow
er, but better way, is to rub the stain
on both sides with yellow soap. Mix
starch and cold water to a thick paste
and rub it well into the linen on both
sides of the stain. Spread the linen on
the grass, if possible in the sun and
wind, till the stain disappears. If riot
entirely removed in two or three days,
rub off the paste and renew the process^
Lemon juice added to the paste is good*
A statue of Guautimoo, now being
erected at Paseo, Mexico, will cost the
Fits: All Fits stopped free by Dr. Kline's
Great Nerve Restorer. No Fits after first
use. Marvelous cures. Treatise and
J2.00 trial bottle free to Fit case*. Send to
Dr. Kline, 831 Arch S Phila., Pa.
As lone as I am in my place, 1 am safe.
"A Word to t*. Wise Is Sufficient."
Catarrh is not simply an inconvenience,
unpleasant to the sufferer and disgusting to
othersit is an advanced outpost of ap
proaching disease of worse type. Do not
neglect its warning it brings deadly evils
in its train. Before it is too late, use Dr.
Sage's Catarrh Remedy. It reaches the seat
of the ailment, and is the only thing that
will. You may dose yourself with quack
medicines 'till it is too late'till the stream
let becomes a resistless torrent. It is the
matured invention of a scientific physician.
"A word to the wise is sufficient."
When a dude sprains a finger would it be
proper to describe the occurrence as a
The Western Settler's Chosen Specific
With every advance of emigration into
the far West, anew demand is created for
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. Newly peo
pled regions are frequently less salubrious
than older settled localities, on account of
the miasma which rises from recently
cleared land, particularly along the
banks of rivers that are subject to
freshets. The agricultural or mining
emigrant soon learns, when he does Rot
already know, that the Bitters afford the
sure protection against malaria, and
those disorders of the stomach, liver and
to which climate changes, exposure,
and unaccustomed or unhealthy water or
diet subject him. Consequently, he places
an estimate upon this great household spec
ific and preventive commensurate with its
intrinsic merits, and is careful to keep on
band a restorative and promoter of health
so implicitly to be relied upon in time of
Paupers are bound to go ragged as long
as they are all mend-I cants.
1000 $3 Washing Machines FreeTo in
troduce them. If you want one send at
once to Monarch Laundry Works, 82 War
St., N. Y.
You are wrong, my son, a person feeling
ill may have no ill feeling. Indeed, some
very nice people live in 111.
Piso's Remedy for Catarrh is agreeable to
use. It is not a liquid or a snuff. 50c
What has Father Time done to the musi
cians that they must "beat" him so often?
Whan Baby mm stafc, germ net CaatotU,
When aha was a Child, she cried for Caatoria,
When aha became Visa, aha clangtoCaatoria,
"Whan aha had ChilaVan, lugT^, Mtflr
How can you expect a woman to keep
up with the age, when she has so much dif
ficnlty in keeping up with her own.
Sores, Sprains, Bruises.
It Is eoolina} cleansing and Healing.
Pfltiirrh I is most efficacious for thia
VCIUM 111 aSaease. Cold in the Head,&c
Pond's Extrmet Catarrh Cur,(75c.
7 specially prepared to meet aertooa cases.
should be applied with PonaVsKxaswei
Hsvaal Syringe, (5e.)
Diphtheria. Sore Throat
Use the Extract prompt)*. Delay It
i lac B",
OOMS Conchy Colds, HOUSMMSL Cram, AsChaus I
tion, ana raliares cotwmnptlTe I
persons In advanced stages of I
thadiseasew Price SB eta. Out-1
tfon. 1h Genuine Dr. Buii'il
Cough Syrup Is sold only In I
whit* wrapper*, and bears otzrl
registered Trada-karks to wit 11
ABuWtHeadiaC(reU,aRe&~I Strip CautUm-Labtl, and thai
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".The Greatest Cure on EarthforPain
Will relieve more quickly than anjjP
other known remedy. Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, Swellings, Bruises, Burns,
Scalds, Cuts, Lumbago, Sores, Frost
bites. Backache, Wounds, Headache,
Toothache, Sprains, & Sold by all
Druggists. Price 2 5 Cents a Bottle.
Is an invaluable remedy for
SICK HEADACHE, TORPID
LIVER, DYSPEPSIA, PILES,
MAURI A, COSTIVENESS,
AND ALL BILIOUS DISEASES.
From the Mother of Miss Jessie Bonesteele.
Rochester, N. Y., April 23,1886.
GENTLEMEN:It Is with pleasure I add
my testimonial to the many well-known
cures which your most excellent remedy
has effected. For more than two years I
was a great sufferer with rheumatism,
being scarcely free from pain during the
time. I found no relief until I procured
Dr. Pardee's remedy, and it cured me
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discontinued its use and I have had no
symptoms of the disease since. I know
from my own and from the experience of
many others also,, that it will cure any
case of rheumatism or neuralgia.
I am, very truly vours.
MRS. fl. S. BONESTEELE.
Xo*e, or from anyo* la *peedtty ooa
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AjlCOt is the greatest known remedy rap
idly earing when other medicines hava
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PUo'* Remedy tor Catarrh Is the
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Syracuse. N. Y.
GENTS:I have been troubled with
Rheumatism for three years, at times
very badly afflicted was in that condi
tion about two weeks ago, when I got a
botUe of Dr. Pardee's Rheumatic Remedy,
and in three days time was greatly re
lieved, and have not been troubled with it
since I finished this bottle. I feel like
recommending it in the highest terms, as I
believe it will do all that is claimed for it.
JOHN BLODGETT, 62 Madison St.
Lockport, "8. Y.
OxsnxitKX iI think the medicine pre
pared by the Pardee Medicine Company
is in fact the best rheumatic medicine now
on the market its equal is not known.
Myboy only six years old was confined to
his bod with rheumatism I got a bottle of
the medicine and a few he was outn
t ~4y"* PIayiJI1in.ounddayshouse
S the I ca
cheerfully recommend this *^IHP^ to all
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no other. If your Dragglsi does not keep
it, and rafase* to-gsi ft for yon, write to US,
and we will send you. Six Bottles for $5, or
One Bottle Free.
Address, PARDEE MEDICINE CO.,
Rochester, N. Y.
HighestAwardsotMeaalstis Mm andAmerica
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promptly relieve and cure where other plasters and
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namesy,.such as "Capsicum," "Capucln." "OaDslcina'
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JBA.BUBI JOHNSOK. Proprietors. HawTorav^
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-J^4 Warren, Paj,
I was taken with a very sa
vers cold last Spring, and
tried every curewe bad in the
store, and could get no help.
I had oar villagedoctorpre-
scribe forme, but kept getting
worse. I saw another physi
cian from Port Jervi8,. Y.,
and he told aae he used Piso's
Cure Car Csssumptioatehis
I bought a bottle, and be
fore I had taken all of it there
wv^a change for the better.
They I got my employer to
order a quantity Of the medi
cine and keep it in stock. I
took one more bottle, and my
Cough wae cured.
PISO'S CURE FOR
Ml CORE S WHER E ALL ELSE FAILS. ES
Bei Hough ajiiiu. Tastesgood. Use
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This article is a carefully pr#ere physician's art
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century, and notwithstanding- the many other prep
arations that have been introduced Into the market,
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the directions are follewed, it wiU aever fell. We
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nurtts. JOHN L. THOMPSON SONS A 00.
bold by aU arafeiata. TnoT, T.
digestion, ^SSr^vJ^SS^nZ Pfaco7ery
time I began to feel like anew man, and am now sound and well.
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sick headache, or tightness about the chest, and bad taste in the
mouth, that 1 have ever used. My wife could not walk across the
floor when she began to take your 'Golden Medical Discovery.'
Now ah can walk quite a little ways,
OIWH writes: You will ever be praised by me for the remarka
ble cure in my case. I was no reduced that my friends had all
given me up, and I had also been given up by two doctors. I then
wentto the best doctor in these parts. He told me that medicine
was only a punishment in my case, and would not undertake to
a treat me. He said I might try Cod liver oil if I
liked, as that was the only thing that could possi
bly have any curative power over consumption so
far advanced. I tried the Cod liver oil as a last
treatment, but I was so weak I could not keep it
on my stomach. My husband, not feeling satisfied
to give me up yet, though he had bought for me
everything he saw advertised for my complaint, procured a quan
tity of your Golden Medical Discovery.' I took onlyfour bottles,
and, to the surprise of everybody, amto-day doing my own work,
and am entirely free from that terrible cough which harrassed me
night andday. I have beenafflicted with rheumatismfor a number
of years, and now feel so much better that I believe, with a con
tinuation of your-Golden Medical Discovery,' I will be restored
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thing else first but take the 'Golden Medical Discovery* in the
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still in doubt, -need but write me, inclosing a stamped, self
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/JPIcer Cared.ISAAC B. Downs, Esq., of Spring VaUey,
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TO ANY MAN
Woman or Child
CATAERH. Not a Liquid or 5tyfa
"A KEVER-FAILING CURE FOR CATARRH.'
Mrs. MARY A. MoCLtrRB, Columbus, Karu^
writes: I addressed you in November, 1884,
in regard to my health, being afflicted with
liver disease, heart trouble, and female weak
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all day,orwalk four orfivemilesa day, and stand it well andwhen
I began using the medicine I could scarcely walk across the room,
most of the time, and I did not think I could ever feel well again.
I have a little baby girl eight months old. Although she is a little
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beginning their use. I am very grateful for your kindness, and
thank God and thank you that I am as well as I am after years
Mrs.LV.WiSBOTH, of Yorkshire, Cattaraugus Co.,
I llfrn ri
KY^ to say a few words in praise
Llltn o* you* Golden Medical Discovery' and Pleasant
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Chronic Diarrneft Cured.D. LAZABRH, Esq- *75 and 7
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diarrhea. My bowels are now regular."
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LIVER, BLOOD AND LUNG
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Her. F. ASOTRT HOWELL, Pastor of the M. B.
Church,of SUverton, N. J", says: '*I was af
flicted with catarrh and indigestion. Boils and
blotches began to arise on the surface of the
skin, and I experienced a tired feeling and
dullness. I.began the use of Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery as directed by
bim for such oomplaints, and in one week's
S Tnd. writes
4 My little bo ha been troubled with hip-joint
diseas forutwo years. When he commenced the
'Golde Medica Discovery' and
'Pellets,* he was confined to his bed, and could
not be moved without suffering great pain. But
now, thanks to your Discovery,' he is able to be up all the time.
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I was troubled one year with liver complaint, dyspepsia, and
sleeplessness, but your 'Golden Medical Discovery' cured me."
Chills and Fever.Bev. E MOSLE Y, ilfontmorencl, S.
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I ook your
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If yon want relief
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A ^^Vmany cases removea/^o*'* A^y
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Mrs. PARHELIA BRTTNDAGE, of 161 Lock Street,
Lockport, N. Y. writes: I was troubled with
chills, nervous and general debility, with frequent
sore throat, and my mouth was badly cankered.
Medical Discovery' i.^.^^ v^c^ __
ailments and I cannot say enough in their praise. I must also
say a word in reference your 'Favorite Prescription,' as it
has pjoven itself a most excellent medicine for weak females.
It has been used in family with excellent results."
Dyspepsia.JAMES L. COLB Y, Esq., of Yucatan. Houston Co
Minn., writes: I was troubled with indigestion, and would eat
heartily and grow poor at the same time. I experienced heartburn,
sour stomach, and many other disagreeable symptoms common
to that disorder. I commenced taking your
'Golden Medical Discovery and 'Pellets," and
I am now entirely free from the dyspepsia, and
am, in fact, healthier than I have been for
five years. I weigh one hundred and seventy
one and one-half pounds, and haver done as
.t much work the past summer as I have ever
same length of time in my life I neve took a
medicine that seemed to tone up the muscles and invigorate
the whole system equal to your 'Discovery' and 'Pellets/"
*MI .msoovory, ana good
all humors from th commonr^pimple,eblotch, or tco th worst Scrofula, or blood-
o/letter,Fever^ores,Hip-iointe riZm\+EE3& Sore
and can walk with the help of crutches. He does not suffer any
pain, and can eat and sleep as well as any one. I has only been
about three months since he commenced using your medicine.
I cannot find words with which to express gratitude for the
benefit he has received through you."
Skin Disease.The "Democratand News,
of Cambridge, Maryland, says: "Mrs. EiizA
ANN POOL E, wife of Leonard Poole, of WU
liamabura, Dorchester Co^ Md., has been cured
of a bad case of Eczema by using Dr Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery. Th disease ap
peared first in her feet, extended to the knees,
covering the whole of the lower limbs from feet to knees, then
attacked the elbowB and became BO severe as to prostrate her.
After being treated by several physicians for a year or two she
commenced the use of thNew medicine named above. She soon
began to mend and is now well and hearty. Mrs. Poole thinks
vouches for the above facts.
CONSUMPTION, WEAK LUNGS, SPITTING OF BLOOD.
&* flesh and weight of those reduced below the usual-standar-f
Market, Dorchester County. M**
has saved her life and prolonged her days."
my daughter of a very bad ulcer located
on the thigh. After trying almost everything without succesTwe
&* & bottles of your 'Discovery which healedttu
perfectly." Mr. Downn continues:
Heart Disease."I also wish to
thank you for the^remarkable cureyou have effectedin mv^sJe.
For three years I had suffered from that tent
ble disease, consumption, and heart disease.
Before consulting you I had wasted awayto
a skeleton could not sleep norrest, and many
times wished to die be out of my miserv I
then consulted you and you told me you had
hope,s of curing me,but it would take timeTl
took five treatment in all. Thefirsttwo months i i
sraauaHy *& surely developed ti^msefvea!
but the third I began to pick up in flesh and strength
cannot nowbeamonth recite how, step by step,feesigns and reautiea' or
Twtejf tin the scales at one hundred7and
Our principal reliance in curing Mr. Downs' terriblee
was the Golden Medical Discovery."
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