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Giving the Teacher Something
A certain young teacher in one of
the public schools suffers all the
pleasures and inconveniences of being
idolized by her boys. The children
demonstrate their affections in various
ways, and one of their greatest pleasures
is "giving teacher sbmething." The
other morning a little chap slid up to
the desk with a box in his little red
paw, and pressing it into his teacher.s
hand, said in a whisper:
"There, I've brought 'em for you."
"What is it, dear?" said the teacher.
"O, you lookl" with a grin of
Untying the strings she opened the
box, and behold there was a set of
They are mamma's," exclaimed the
child in a delightful tone "they're
much prettierthan yours, and I brought
'em to you."Boston Herald.
December, 1880, wrote O. L. Hatha
way, Fall River, Mass., "Was greatly
afflicted with rheumatism tried St.
Jacobs Oil all pain left me." October
19. 1886, he writes: "Have not been
troubled with rheumatism since."
A Devout Man's Wise Answer.
A lady once asked Mr. Wesley, "Sup
posing that you knew that you were to
die at 12 o'clock tomorrow night,
how would you spend the
intervening time?" "How, ma
dame P" he replied. "Why, just as I
intend to spend it now. I should preach
this evening at Gloucester and again at
5 tomorrow morning after that I should
ride to Tewksbury, preach in the after
noon! and meet the societiesin the even
ing. I should then repair to friend
Martin's house, who expects to enter
tain me, converse and pray with the
family as usual, retire to my room at 10
o'clock, commend myself to my Heaven
ly Father, lie down to rest, and wake up
in glory."Homilelio Review.
wsen Baby sift, we gen U Cutottt,
Wkaa aha mia Child, aha oried for Caatasis,
Wheat ah* beeaoM Miaa, aha clang to Castane,
Whan ahahadGUUteen, ah* gar*them CMtotaa,
The man who commits, suicide by hanging
dies of his own free will and a cord.
What a Change!
A few short weeks ago that young girl
was the personification of health vigor aud
beauty. The blush upon her cheeks rivalled
that of the rose her step was light and
buoyant, her every movement was a re
velation of perfect physical health. Yet now
she is pallia and haggered, and her super
abundant vitality has given place to a
strange dullness and lassitude. What has
caused this change? Functional irregular
ities, which can be cured by Dr. Pierce's
"Favorite Prescription," a remedy to which
thousands of women to-day owe their lives.
A brassy proceedingeating in a restau
rant whose forks need replating.
A Successful Enemy of the Bum Mend.
Liquors and Beers have half ruined the
world, and the struggle of poverty has decor
ated their path for a 1,000 years. Women have
prayed and legislatures made laws in vain.
The pocket influence of these devils have de
fied God, even. It is a providence that a
little plant has been discovered that is ut
terly harmless, which is able to kill the
rum appetite, satisfy the drinker better, and
furnish a larger profit for the dealer. It
stops nervous exhaustion, effects of over
work and disappation at once, acting like a
food. This will hit harder than law. The
druggists and barkeepers say the sale is
enormous. Women say they can do donble
work with less fatigue on Bets, worth per
day. They call it Moxie Nerve food.
The boy that sprained his ankle has a very
lame excuse for not attending school.
Fits: All Fit* stopped free by Dr. Kline's
Great Nerve Restorer. No Fits after first
day's use. Marvelous cures. Treatise and
18.00 trial bottle free to Fit eases. Sand
Dr. Klin*, 981 Arch S Paila., Pa.
In the summer the toboggan is not worth
Man Wants a Tonte
When there is a lack of elastic energy in the
system, shown by a sensation of languor and
unrest in the morning, frequent yawning
during the day and disturbed sleep at
night, Hostetter's Stomach Bitters infuses
unwonted energy into the enfeebled and
aervous, endowing tbem with muscular
nergy, an ability to repose healthfully, and
digest without inconvenience. Nervous
ness, headache, biliousness, impaired ap
petite and a feeble, troublesome stomach,
are all and speedily set right by this match
less regulator and invigorant. The mineral
poisons, among them strychnia and nux
vomica, are never safe tonics, even in in
finitesimal doses. The Bitters answers the
purpose more effectually, and can be relied
upon as perfectly safe by the most prudent.
Fever and ague, kidney troubles and rheu
mati sm yield to it.
DA new silk mill, recently started at Har
risburg, Pa., employs four hundred hands.
Snug little Fortunes,
may be had by all who are sufficiently in
telligent and enterprising to embrace the
opportunities which occasionally are offered
them. Hallett & Co., Portland, Maine,
have something new to offer in the line of
work which you can do for them, and live
at home, wherever you are located. Profits
immense and every worker is sure of over
15 a day several have made over $50 in a
single day. All ages both sexes. Capital
not required you are started free all par
ticulars free. Yo had better write to
them at once.
A Receiving tellerthe newspaper inter
The Spanish Alcade.
An old Spanish Alcade made it a point to
execute all who were arrested and brought
before himthe old for what they had done
and the young for what thr might do here
after. Allen's Iron Tonic 'ituurs is equally
sweeping in its effects upoi the sick and the
well, toning the stomach, 4dmg digestion
and strengthening the wh system. All
WWW in nMirmtrtnrjixpij
bear the signature af J. P. Allen,
t. Paul, Mian.
He Had No Color Prejudice.
It was in a border city of strong
Southern inherited tendencies. Several
colored dignitaries appeared before the
School Board in aid of a petition to
have colored teachers appointed over
colored sohools. Chairman of the com
mittee says to the leader: "It might
do very well in theory, but there would
be trouble in practice, for you see we
should not want to dismiss all the
white teachers in a building, and if
we did not there would be some
white and some colored, which would
tt*Jw trouble.'! To which the colored
clergyman replied: I think not. I used
to teach in a university with several
white folks and I never took offense* at
it." Silence reigned.Boston Journaloj
S% An Oregon Alan's Fish Story.
"I was over on Big Sturgeon Lake
looking for a duck or a goose for
dinner, when just as I paddled my
skiff around a point I saw a deer's
horns sticking out of the water near
the shore. I thought it was a deer
swimming across the lake, and without
stopping to look blazed away. I heard
some of my shot strike the horns, and
then saw them go under. I thought
that singular, but after a while I saw
them roll up again half a mile off. The
idea of a deer swimming that far under
water was a paralvzer. I rowed out
cautiously to the horns, and found
that they were sticking out of a stur
geon's mouth. He had swallowed
the deer, but had not room for the
horns, and was waiting till he should
have digested the animal so he could
spit out the horns. I recognized the
sturgeon at once as 'Gros Ventre,'a
iish I had known ever since I took up
my claim on the island.
He was named by a priest who had
been a missionary amoug the Indians
in Montana. The fish rcognized me,
and his eye twinkled as he rolled up
to have a look at me, and his silvery
sides sort of rippled, as if he was try
ing to laugh. He evidently realized
the ridiculousness of his situation, but
he probablyfound it was uncomfortable
swimming around with the horns un
der water, and so turned over to rest.
Now the gastric juices of the sturgeon
are powerful. I have known them to
dissolve an ax which a sturgeon had
Give us one story at a time exclaim
ed several of the listiners.
"Well, as I was going to sa^f, it
would not take the sturgeon long
to digest the horns of a deer, but I did
not like to see an old acquaintance in
such a fix, so I cut the horns off, and
blessed if old 'Gros Ventre' didn't
swim out apiece and rise up about five
feet clean out of the water and make
me one of the gracefulest bows you
ever saw, and then he leaped his whole
length out of the water and came down
with a splash which sent the ripples
circling to the farthest shores of Big
Sturgeon Lake."Portland Oregonian.
Ex-Gov. Adams of Nevada says the
heavy snows of the last winter did the
ranches great good, and assures a prof
itable season for the cattlemen. He is
himself largely interested in that busi
The dangers of Whooping Cough are
averted by the use of Ayer's Cherry Pec
It is never to late too mend but a man
can not expect to have a button sewed on
much after midnight.
Piso's Remedy for Catarrh is agreeable to
Mm It is not a liquid or a snuff. 50c.
i a aw
In cutting up an old cow, a butcher al
ways has a hard time trying to make both
specificDr. Sage's Catarrh
You can outlive a slander in half the
time you can outargue it.
The color produced by Bucldngham'a
Dye for the Whiskers always gives satis
Compliments to tailors ought as a rule to
come under the head of fitting tributes.
This standard preparation has by Its peculiar
merit and Its wonderful cures -won the confidence o*
the people, and Is to-day the most popular blood puri
7 ner and spring medioine.
If you have made up your mind to buy
Hood's Sarsaparilla do not be induced to take any oth
er. Be sure to g-et Hood's Sarsaparilla, which ia pecu
liar to Itself.
Hood's Sarsaparilla sold by druggists. SI six for
85. Prepared by 0.1. Hood & Co., LoweU, Mass.
100 Doses One Dollar.
Wo geontna ubss
pad with the store
i 1 I .W i i
&-- Passing Fun.
^All men try to get the earth, but the
earth gets them. This is not a
it is the grave teuth^v^.^^?"$"!joke,
V-.There are people who think so much
of themselves that others are shut out
and think nothing of them.
The best way to "get rich by poul
try keeping" is to sell all your hens
early every spring.' Then you won't
have to plant your garden but once.
A Connecticut man dropped dead in
a store where he had called to pay a
bill. The impecunious will read in
this an additional warning to them to
avoid their creditors.
In Massachusetts it is illegal to guess
at the seminal contents of a squash,
in New Jersey one may not venture to
speculate with impunity upon the prob
able avoirdupois of a hog. Whither
are we drifting? If a Yankee is not to
be permitted to guess he might as well
die at once.
For Good Purposes.
Mrs. M. A. Dauphin, of Philadelphia, is
well known to the ladies of that city from
the great good she has done by means of
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
She writes Mrs. Pinkham of a recent
interesting case. "A young married lady
came to me suffering with a severe case of
Prolapsus and Ulceration. She commenced
taking the Compound and in two months
was FULLY RESTORED. In proof of this she
soon found herself in an interesting con
dition. Influenced by foolish friends she
attempted to evade the responsibilities of
maturity. After ten or twelve: days she
came to me again and she was indeed in a
most alarming state and suffered terribly.
I gave her a table-spoonful of' the Com
pound every hour for eight hours until she
fell asleep, she awoke much relieved and
evidently better. She continued taking the
Compound, and in due season she became
the mother of a fine healthy boy. But for
the timely use of the medicine she believes
her life would have been lost."
Tour Druggist has the Compound, $1 per
READ THE FOLLOWING LETTER
From a wen-known gentleman of Lockport
and ex-president of the New JTork State
Lockport, N. Y., April 16, 1886.
Pardee Medicine Co.
GENTS:In reply to your commun
ication of April 15th, I take pleasure in
stating that for years physicians and
druggists have been trying to secure a
remedy for those obstinate and painful
complaints such as neuralgia, rheuma
tism and nervous headaches, to which
everyone is liable who lives in this
climate, and, until quite recently the
efforts of both chemist and doctor have
been unsuccessful, but I am pleased at
last that such, a remedy is found in the
compound of Dr. Pardee's Rheumatic
Remedy. I recommend it to all who
are suffering with rheumatism. I have
yet to hear of the first case of rheuma
tism which it has not greatly relieved,
and where the remedy has been used
as directed, nearly every case has been
F. K. SWEET.
Syracuse. N. Y.
DEAR SIRS:I have been troubled with
I Rheumatism for the last five years, and un
til I heard of Dr. Pardee's Remedy I had no
I rest. After hearing of it, I procured some
of my druggist, and am now entirely free
from the disease.
Respectf ully yours,
MRS. ETTA HALE, 36 Baker Street.
Jordan, N. Y.
GENTS :For a year past I have been
badly afflicted with rheumatism, at times
very bad, and for a month before I com
menced using your remedy, could hardly
sleep nights. One bottle of Dr. Pardee's
Rheumatic Remedy relieved me of the pain,
and I now sleep as well as ever, and feel
like recommending it to all who are thus
afflicted. Yours truly,
MRS. ANN DARLING.
Ask your druggist for Dr. Pardee's Rem
edy and take no other. Price, $1 per bot
tle: six bottles, $5.
Pardee Medicine Co., Rochester, N. Y.
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Procter & Gamble's Lenox Soap in 1886
Buy cake of Ltnox and ypu will soon understand why.
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Dr.I.Onyljewis,Falton, Arb., says:
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UUKtb WHERE ALL ELSE TAILS.
Best Cough Syrup. Tastes good. Use
in time. Sold bv drnsrsrists.
UVILLA, W. Va.,
Nov. 17, 1886.
Recently I bought a
young horse. He was
taken very ill with
Pneumonia. I tried to
think of something to
relieve him. Conclud
ed what was good for
man would be good for
the horse. So I got a
bottle of Piso's Cure
and gave him half of it
through the nostrils.
This helped him, and I
continued giving same
doses night and morn
ing until I had used
two bottles. The horse
has become perfectly
sound. I can recom
mend Piso's Cure for
the horse as well as for
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CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS.
BestCough Syrup. Tastesgood. Use
In time. Sold by drnsrsists.
I tea* cured before
the Mecona bottle of
Ely's Cream Balm
was exhausted. I teas
troubled with chronic
catarrh, gathering in
head, difficulty in
breathing and dis
charges from my ears.
G. J. (Sorbin, 923
Chestnut St., Phila.
A particle Is applied into each nostril and is agree
able. Price 50 centb at Druggists by mall register
ed 60 cts. Circulars free. ELY BR03, Drug
gists, Oswego, N. Y.
Tlte Orlsrlnal aad OsdjrCtemmtmsh
Sae aaaVatways SaHable. SOTrataafwithlni
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Pise's Remedy far Ossanh tha
JSaaieet -t T/ssi sad Cbsspest.
Sold by drngsistB orseat by nunL
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It is a
By our original system of diagnosis, we can treat many chronic
peases just as successfully without as with a personal con
sultation, while we are always glad to see our patients, and
become acquainted with them, show them our institutions, and
familiarize them with our system of treatment, yet we have not
Been one person five hundred whom we have cured. The per
fect accuracy with which scientists are enabled to deduce the
most minute particulars in their several departments, appears
almost miraculous, if we view ic in the light of the early ages
Take, for example, the electro-magnetic telegraph, the greatest
invention of the age. Is it not a marvelous degree of accuracy
which enables an operator to exactly locate a fracture in a sub
DfV&LUsiJStftakes, as dlnetad. Mi Fk* mfUr
grHimftnt*. Tnadss-amd trial battle feeeta
nearly three thousand miles long? venerable
clerk of th weather has become so thoroughlyOur familiar with
Ae most wayward elements of nature that he can accurately
predict their movements. can sit in Washington and foretell
what the weather will be in Florida or New York as well as if
several hundred miles did not intervene between him and the
places named. And so in all departments of modern science,
-naaaaaaraj what is required is the knowledge of certain
signs. From thes scientists
THROAlT T...... I ^Fr1
j^ asa i
been pronounced beyond hope Thes disease are
readily diagnosticated, or determined, by chemical
analysis of the urine, without a personal examina
tion of patients, who can, therefore, eenerally be
successfully treated at their homes. The study and
iractice of chemical analysis and microscopical examination of
urine in our consideration of cases, with reference to correct
diagnosis, in which our institution long ago became famous, has
naturally led to a very extensive practice in diseases of the urinary
organs. Probably no other Institution in the world has been so
largely patronized by suffers from this class of maladies as the old
and world-famed World's Dispensary and Invalids' Hotel. 0^
specialists have acquired, through a vast and varied ew^^ence,
great expertness in determining the exact natjwo of each case,
and, hence, have been successful in nicely adapting their remedies
for the cure each individual caso.
These delicate diseases bercarefully treatedan
a specialist thoroughlshould
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A FULL STAFF OF EIGHTEEN PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS,
And exclusively devoted to the treatment of aU Chronic Diseases.
This imposing Establishment was designed and erected to accommodate the larjre number of invalids who vift Riifri *w.
A FAIR AND BUSINESS-LIKE OFFER TO INVALIDS.
NOT ALWAYS NECKSSARY O SE E PATIENTS.
deduce,accurate dluno O otysion regardleses of distance So also, in medi
cal science, diseases have certain unmistakable
signs, or symptoms, and by reason of this fact, we
have been enabled to originate and perfect a sys
tem of determining, with the greatest accuracy,
the nature of chronic diseases, without seeinsr andm DersonaBv
^a dvotdi'her 'ouvr^
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By thorough organization, and subdividing the practice of medicine and surgery in this institution, every Invalid is trairmi
by a specialist-one who devotes his undivided attention to the particular class of diseases to which thecaseJbelonm TT5
OUR FIELD 0" SUCCESS.
and Luues, such as
^'treatment f Diseases of tne Pa88a
__ r^ We publish three separate books on Nasal,
Throat and Lung Diseases,which give much valuable information,
viz: (1) A Treatise on Consumption, Laryngitis and Bronchitis:
price, post-paid, ten cents. (2) A Treatise on Asthma, or Phthisic,
giving new and successful treatment price, post-paid, ten cents.
(3)A Treatise on Chronic Nasal Catarrh price, post-paid, two cents.
Dyspepsia, Live* Complaint," Ob.
stluate Constipation, Chrouic Diar
rhea, Tape-worms, and kind/red affections
are among those chronic diseased in the suc
cessful treatment of which our specialists have
attained great success. Many of the diseases
affectin:g the liver and other organs contributing in their func
tions to the process of digestion, are very obscure, and are not
infrequently mistaken by both laymen and physicians for other
maladies, and treatment is employed directed to the removal of a
disease which does not exist. Our Complete Treatise on Diseases
of the Digestive Organs will be sent to any address on receipt of
ten cents in postage
gitis, Bronchitis, Astha, and
Consumption, both through corre
spondence and at our institutions, consti
tutes an important specialty.
MSEASE, DIABETES, and
KIDNEY Snared maladies, have been very largely treated,
niuw.1 ami cure
effecte in thousands. of cases whichshad
familia with them,
jg competent to ascertain the exact condition
aaasaaasssaasBBBi f^lao stage of advancement which the disease has
made (which can only be ascertained by a careful chemical and
microscopical examination of the urine), for medicines which are
curative in one stage or condition are known to do positive injury
in others. We have never, therefore, attempted to put up anything
for general sale through druggists, recommending to cure these
diseases, although possessing very superior remedies, knowing full
well from an extensive experience that the only safe and success
ful course is to carefully determine the disease and its progress in
each case by a chemical and microscopical examination of the
urine, and then adapt our medicines to the exact stage of the dis
ease and condition of our patient.
To this wise course of action we attribute the
marvelous success attained by our specialists in
that important and extensive Department of our
institutions devoted exclusively to the treatment
of diseases of the kidneys and bladder. The treat.
ment of diseases of the urinary organs having
constituted a leading branch of our practice at the Invalids' Hotel
and Surgical Institute, and, being in constant receipt of numerous
inquiries for a complete work on the nature and curability of these
.maladies, written in a style to be easily understood, we have pub
lished a large Illustrated Treatise on these diseases, which wul be
sent to any address on receipt of ten cents in postage stamps.
INFIiAOTOTATION O TBE BLAD.
DEB, STONE IN THE BLADDER,
Gravel, Enlarged Prostate Claud, Bel
tentiou of Urine, and kindred affections,
may be included among those In the cure of which
our specialists have achieved extraordinary suc
wcoo. These are fully treated of in our illustrated pamphlet on
Urinary Sent by mail for ten cents in stamps
STRICTURES AND URINYIS
STRICT7RE. wors torn
of stactures, many of them greatly aggravate
by'the careless use of instrument
*?SSaaaslBBSBBM "r w use ox instruments in the hands
v.i,of inexperienced physicians and surgeons, causing false passages.
urinary nstuffle, and other complications, annually consult
^relief and cure. That no case of this class is too difficult for the
^l? Pli^ spe^ste to proved by cures reported in our illus-
5-KI trated treaties on these maladies, to which we refer with pride. To
intrust this class of cases to physicians of small experience is a
dangerous proceeding. Many a man has been ruined for life by so
'i -fj doing, while thousands annual!/ lose their lives through unskillful
r,-l treatment. Send particulars ,f your case and ten cents in stamrm
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Epileptic Convulsions, or Fits. r*.
EPOS?* ?f,paliy, Locomotor Ataxia!
St. Vitus'* Dance, Insomnia, or inahilitv
to sleep, and threatened insanity? Nervone
Debility, arising from overstudy, extsseTand
other causes, and every variety of nen Huan^o.
tion. axe treated by our specialists for these diseases with unusual
access, ^numerous ease* reported la oar difleMat iiuutntsd
pamphlets on nervous diseases, any one of which wffl be sent for
ten centein postage stamps,when requestd for them is accompaniedtreatethot
with a statement of a case for consultation, so that we may know
which one of our Treatises to send.
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