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The new style of angular handwriting
reminds one of the round hand that suc
ceeded the copy-hook pothooks of olden
times, or of the old fashioned picket
fence on a rampage, or the monumenta
slabs of an out-west cemetery. AJ1
uniformity is skillfully avoided by the
expert calligraphist and the letters are
so large that he who runs may read.
Young ladies affect this style, which is
an importation of the Anglo maniacs.
It is especially popular in Washington
among diplomatic circles. In Chicago
there is a special school to teach it. For
the time it is the most popular way for
the scholar to make her mark, it being
peculiarly exclusive to lady correspond
Among those who write the angular
est of angular letters in an off-hand,
business way is Miss Daisy Garland, the
charming daughter of Gen. Garland, of
A beautifully clear hand with letters
formed very high is that of Margaret
Miss Rose Elizabeth Cleveland, the
President's sister, writes a manly, flow
ing style, less daring than the ultra
angular hand but quite as difficult to
read. No seal.
Mrs. Gen. Custer employs a quill pen
and writes on elegant mourning paper.
Her angular letters are graceful and
characteristic. She itsas a black seal
Belva A. Lockwood makes better
capitals than any other woman in
America. She uses gieen wax and
seals with a thimble.
Kate Putnam Osgood writes a very
legible hand, with lound, full-formed
letters and considerable stress of the pen
on the y'sand g's.
Kosa Hartwell Thorpe, author of
"Cuifew Must Not Ring To-night,"
writes a delicate womanly hand, with
out a trace of the "angular" or heroic
S. Fillmore Bennett, the author of
'The Sweet By and By," writes such a
dainty hand that is never credited to a
masculine pen. He punctuates with
Oielia Key Bell wutes a rapid busi
ness hand, each letter sharp and defined,
but no time lost in flouiishes. The
signature is dainty and lady-like, with
the tuin of the O in Orelia carried
across to the in Bell, the in the
center overtops the other capitals in a
symmetiical way, and the whole name
is finished with an ornamental dash be
low it. The seal is composed of the
initials in facsimile of the owner's
Mrs. Hairiet Beecher Stowe writes a
hand that is peculiai and difficult to
read, because so many of her letters
must be guessed at. All the Beechers
made the same kind of a B. It is hump
The good giay goose quill is coming
in. Those who like to tickle their
noses with a feathei find a substitute
for the thought-inspiiing quill in the
long pheasant tail feather which has a
steel pen for a nib. As making a pen
out of a quill belongs to the lost arts it
will hardly be a popular lennascence.
Col. R. S. Withers, Fair Lawn Stock
Farm, Ky., and Joseph Cairne Simp
son, Esq. Secretary Pacific Coast
Blood Hoi be Association, commend St.
Jacobs Oil for all hoise complaints.
vSold by Diuggists and Dealeis.
Freaks of Lightning:
Dm ing a recent stoi ru at Binghamton,
N. two boys were sleeping in the
same bed Lightning killed one of
them, while the other escaped the
Three boys of Stamford, Conn., took
refuge in a barn dining a thundei
stoim. They sat veij close together in
a row. Lightning killed both outside
boys, leaving the centre one entirely
A perfect galvanic battery exists in
the person of a St. Louis man, who was
recently struck by lightning. He can
impart the current to those coming in
contact with him, and he is affected
With violent spasms.
Miss May Bailey of Owingsville, Ky.,
was turning the cows from the pasture
preparatory to milking them, when
lightning struck a wagon near her, and
the shock killed her. She showed no
marks or mjuiies.
While in the act of nailing up a gate
Jacob Baulknight of Jonesboro, Ga.,
was killed by lightning. The bolt
struck the hammer and it melted in his
hand. The family in the house were
all knocked senseless.
Old Uncle Anderson Weaver was
hoeing cotton near his house at Social
Circle, Ga., when lighcning struck him,
tearing the lim from his hat and his
clothing and shoes into shreds. When
reached he was dead, with Ms clothing
During a recent storm at Rosedale,
Mo., Lewis Beckitt was instantly
killed by lightning while sitting in his
doorway and the house consumed.
Not far away David Custer, who was
on horseback, took refuge under a tree,
when a bolt killed both horse and rider.
An Atlanta, Ga., drayman was haul
ing sand when a thunder-storm came
up. There was a blinding flash, when
both horses fell dead in their tracks.
O'Neill did not even get a shock, and
being a pious man he instantly shouted
to a man passing, "I rejoice that things
,are no worse."
Every season for the last five years
the barn of Ely Warren, near Hartford,
been struck by lightning. Men
and animals have been killed, but the
building always escaped fire. During
the storm of Tuesday Mr. Warren's
son Henry, aged 16, was instantly
killed, together with a horse.
The taint of insanity that pervades
the royal families of Europe is assum
ing alarming proportions. Succeeding
the sad case of the Duchess of Cumber
land comes that of the Duchess of
d'Alencon was engaged to the late King
Bavaria, who, it is now recognized,
ras hopelessly mad for nearly twenty
rears. She is also the sister of the Em
press of Austria. The royal family of
J3ug}an4 are not exempt from this
)courge of Kings. George the Third
vas insane at his jubilee in 1809, His
Miin.,, Jl .r.]i i-ih.r.., .,II. i.nrii.r.nnir ...wiiy
blood flows in the veins of the royal
family. *9P 4 4
The blackbird has been found equally
destructive of the eggs of birds of other
species with that of the crow and
A swallow flew against a Phila
delphia boy's face and drove his bill
clean through his cheek. The boy held
the bird, fast by his teeth, and it now
occupies a cage as a pet.
A pair of swallows have built a nest
in one of the electric lights of Oshkosh,
Wis., and have hatched six young ones.
The nest is directly under the bowl
which is placed over the light, and but
a few inches from the light.
John Ellis of WilHamsport, Fa., has
a very intelligent crow. When he sees
the dog dining he sneaks up behind and
grabs his tail. The dog wheels around,
when the crow snatches up the covet
ed food and is instantly out of reach.
The catbird, just before dining upon
your ripe, nice cherries, perches him
upon an eminence in the neighborhood,
and then you are treated to a comic
opera of over half an hour's length.
His melody at such times is very pleas
An owl swooped down from a tall
tree upon a catfish which James Wil
kins of Americus, Ga., had upon his
hook while fishing. The fight between
the owl and Wilkins was a desperate
one, with the final discomfiture of the
Three times a Sumter, Ga., manhimself
broke up the nest of a guinea hen
that seemed determined to sit. The
last time she deliberately walked to a
well, flew to the curbing, and plunged
head first into the deep waters below.
W hen got out she was dead.
Something new in the bird line was
captured by F. B. Phelps of Mulberry,
S. C. It has the head of the owl, with
tremendous black eyes. Its face looked
like a monkey's with white cheeks and
a black streak over each eye. The
rest of the head inclined to gray, with
black dots near the end of each feather.
The body was covered with a beautiful
plumage. Whenever he went near it
it would give a most unearthly yell that
frightened the dogs. It whipped out
every dog on the place.
Sir Roger Tichborne, of England,
was cured of rheumatism by the use of
St. Jacobs Oil and recommends it high
ly. Sold by Druggists and Dealers
When Princess Henrietta of Schles
wig-Holstein married Prof. Esmark,
one of Germany's greatest surgeons,
she was snubbed and ignored by her
family, who considered her marriage a
frightful mesalliance. This Princess,
who is Prince Christian's sister, never
complained of this treatment, but lived
happily in retirement with the husband
of her choice. The imperial family
now, desiring the advice of the profes
sor as to the Prince's throat, have made
overtures of reconciliation, although
they are rather afraid of being suubbed
themselves. They are preparing the
way by offering to ennoble the profes
sor and making a very pretty display
of renewed affection for the Princess,
Somebody's child is dyingdying with
the flush of hope on his young face, and
somebody's mother thinking of the tune
when that dear face will be hidden where no
ray of hope can brighten itbecause there
was no cure for consumption. Header, if
the child be your neighbor's, take this com
forting word to the mother's heart before it
is too late Tell her that consumption is
curable that men are living to-day whom
the physicians pronounced incurable, be
cause one lung had been almost destroved
by the disease. Dr. Pierce's "Golden Med
ical Discovery" has cured hundreds sur
passes cod liver oil, hypophosphites, and
other medicines in curing this disease. Sold
A turtle dies hard, especially the upper
part of him.
_, Young Alan go Home Sober,
If after an evenings racket or dissipa
tion, when you are ashamed to be seen by
your good old mother, or your patient*
waiting wife, who is too willing to believe
that you have been out on honest business,
some druggist or barkeeper and tell
you want a tumbler of the coining na
tional beverage, Moxie It will remove it
all in an hour, and vou will wake up in the
morning with no ill effects of your bad be
havior. you have an appetite for liquor
it will remove it. If your wife earns your
living for you get a bottle for her. It will
rest her aching limbs and give her double
powers of endurance.
The optician is the eye-deal tradesman.
If Allen's "Iron Tome Bitters" had not
proved to be a grand success for the cure of
Dyspepsia, Liver Complaints and Blood Dis
orders, the country would not have been
flooded with base mutations. Every bottle
of the genuine bears the signature of J. P,
Allen, St. Paul, Mum.
No man is so cool and phlegmatic but that
he can be upset by a banana peel.
Was sha was a Child, ah* cited iarCactaria,
Whan she bseams Miss, aha elans, to Caataria,
Whan h.* OMM M. .1.- *v -fimi,,^
On to the edge of dis-pairabout to be
bome divorced.Texas Sittings
Fits: All Fits stopped free by Dr. Kline's
Gnat Nerve Restorer. No Fits after first
day's use. Marvelous cures. Treatise and
2.00 trial bottle free to Fit cases. Send to
Dr. Kline, Arch St, Fhila., Pa.
The barber's cityloqua city.Columbus
Dr. Pierce's "Pellets"the original "Lit
tie Liver Pais" (sugar-coated)cure sick
and bullous headache, sour stomach, and
billions attacks. druggists.
Like clock-workthat of a watchHar
Piso's Remedy for Catarrh It agreeabte
to use, is not a liquid or a snuil. fiOo.
The rule ofteneet broken in schoolferule,,
The Lively Queen Regent. Sr%J
The Queen Regent of Spain is knock
ing the blue laws of Spanish etiquet to
pieces at a jolly rate. The other day
she called a meeting of the Ministry at
the Castle of Aranjuez. When the
statesmen reached the gate of the park
they found the Queen and the Princess
Isabel wailing for them. The Queen
was in a victoria and the Princess
Isabel was in a drag and four. The
Queen was driving. She invited Senor
Segasta to take a seat beside her, and
the other Ministers were accommodated
in the drag. On reaching the castle
coffee was brought and the Queen or
dered cigars to be produced as well
and offered to the gentlemen. The
Ministers seemed to hesitate. In all
the annals of Spanish history no sub
ject has ever smoked in the presence of
a Queen. The Queen Regent, however,
gave the command, and the Ministers,
like dutiful subjects, obeyed. Gold
Sticks and Chamberlains have been
ever since in hopeless despondency.
Kindly Treated by Bismarck.
Two young English ladies living at
Dresden recently went to Berlin on a
visit, and wishing to make the most of
their time, wrote to the Chancellor ex
pressing their fervent wish to see him
whereupon they received an invitation
to his palace, where they were most
kindly received. A servant took them
through the palace and showed them
everything of interest, with which they
were, of course, greatly delighted, their
joy culminating when Prince Bismarck
suddenly appeared and address
ed them most kindly in fluent English,
walking with them for some time in the
garden before bidding them farewell.
That Tired, Feeling
The -warm weather has a debilitating effect,
especially upon, those -who are -within doors most
of the time. The peculiar, yet common, com
plaint known, as "that tired feeling," is the
result. This ieeUng can be entirely overcome by
talcing Hood's Sarsaparilla, which gives new life
and strength to all the functions of the body.
"I could not sleep, had no appetite. I took
Hood's Sarsaparilla and soon began to sleep
soundly could get up without that tired and
languid feeling and my appetite improved."
E. A. SAOTOKD, Kent, Ohio.
Soldby all druggists. $1 six for $5. Made
.only by C.I.HOOD & CO., Lowell, Mass,
IOO Poses One Dollar
Hso'a Remedy tor Ostsna ti las Hfi
Best, Easiest to Use, Chpart.
Sold by druggkts or by maO.
Mo. E. T. Essslthnt, Wsnsu,Pa,
Til* Original nd On ly GennlMb
This popular remedy never falls to
Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sick
And all diseases arising from a
Torpid Liver and Bad Digestion.
The natural result is good appetite
and solid lesb. Dose smallelegan t*
soar coated and easy to swallow*
EXTRACT has been
imitated. T\e genuine hat
"POND'S EXTRACT" :V ^V'VV
Xoee ciBBta* tartan
1 with tha akeva
For Good Purposes.
Mrs. M. A. Dauphin, of Philadelphia, ii
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 Buffering with a severe case of
Prolapsus and Ulceration. She commenced
taking the Compound and in two months
was FUiiT 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."
Your Druggist has the Compound, $1 per
01IIAFD cured without cutting* or burn.
uAnut^K* Address DR. WALKER, 1 ,nSoutliCaarkSt
for Infants and Children,
Chicago iu 7
A. JJJLT. Samples worth Jl.M
TREE. Linesnotunderthe borstfsiset. Writ*
unrnn sum mas HouEco.,m%,w,
Morphine Bsibtt Cured In lO
JV. No.pay tUl cured.
Or. .^Stephens, Lebanon. Ohio.
Wanted in ersT/Countr. BhmwSana teaet under
toatrucdons inonrSecretSanrios, Exparieiicanotnso**
earr. tteadsUmpforpartioolan. OBANKAN STSO-
XTVE BUKSAU.44Arcade, Cincinnati. O.
^^/itcning and stlnglng^yfj
most at nightworse byXJJ^1
^scratchingvery distressing. lf\
-flowed to continue tumors formwhich
(often bleed and ulcerate,becomingverysore.
JV SWAYNE'S OINTMENiT
SWATHE' S umimM
*!Vstop the Itching and bleeding,^^*
^N^heals ulceration, and h^t cJS*7
.-many cases removet^oT!
3Sjhetumors. Beat^f?.& V*'
Mown in fke gloat, and wer
picture trade mark on IH*-
rtMndtng buff wrapper.
Tak% no other freparqr
I Castorls cures Colic. OOMtfpatlon,
I recommendit as superiorto any prescription I Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation,
knowntome." H. A. Aacma, M.D., I "Jg**"* elTes sleep, sod promotes di-
112 80, OxfordSt, Brooklyn, N. T. Wltlouttaioriou* ntfHJKcstfm
Taa CENTACR COWAUX, 182 Fulton Street N. Y.
of this country ue~'6vis~lAirtem~ million cakes
Procter Be Gamble's Lenox Soap in 1886
Buy eacaJsp of Lenoxand you will soon understand whyw
Don'tvasteyourmoneyena gum errubbercoat Tha nSH BRANS BUCm
absolutely voter and irindntoor, and will keep you dry ia the hardest stem
Askforthe "J"I$H BBAJfD" SMCXMIandtakeno other. If your stenkeeMrdeal
r0TflascriptiTecataloguetoA. TOWEB. SimmonsSt. Boston."-
^-Do you feel dull, languid, 1W-
spirited, lifeless, and indiscribably
^miserable, both physically and
^mentally experience a sense of
*V fullness or bloating after eating,
or of "goneness," or emptiness of
ri^ stomach in the morning, tongue
coated, bitter or bad taste in
mouth, irregular appetite, dizzi
ness, frequent headaches, blurred
If yon went relief
and cure at you*
home, send fo
insular of Instructions. 2M Broadway, New Totfe
you have invest!
1/U11 I JULill 1 gated the benefits of the
Home Endowment. Association. Send for
circular. W. R. Pease, Sec'y, 425 Temple
Court, Minneapolis, Minn. Agents wanted.
the eyes, nervous prostration or
exhaustion, irritability of temper,
hot flushes, alternating with chilly
sensations, sharp, biting, transient
pains here and there, cold feet,
1 drowsiness after meals, wakeful-
ness, or disturbed and unrefresh
ing sleep, constant, indescribable
feeling of dread, or of impending
uiwmiM. thought I
Thoroughly cleanse the blood,
which is the fountain of health,
by using DB. PIERCE'S GOLDEST
MEDICAL DISCOVERT, and good
digestion, a fair skin, buoyant
spirits, and bodily health and
vigor will be established.
GOLDEN MEDICA DISCOVERT
cures all humors, from a common.
UONSUMPTION. I fn
-.**& la^w^yl o=***- M?-#
DAVID G. LOWE, Esq., of St. Agathc, Manitoba,
Canada, says: "About one year ago, being
troubled with a terrible bilious attack, fluttering
of the heart, poor rest at night, etc., I commen
ced the use of your 'Golden Medical Discov
ery' and 'Pellets/ and derived the very highest
Mrs. MoiiiiB E. TAILOR, Carinelton, Xhd~
writes: I think fiie 'Golden Medical Dis
covery* is one of the greatest medicines in
the world. I gave it to my little girl and
it cured her of the malarial fever."
Jyatpeplar-THEiiES A. CASS, of SpHngfldd, Mo^ writes: I
was troubled one year with liver complaint, dyspepsia, and sleep
lessness, but your 'Golden Medicaln Discovery' cured me."y
Mrs. ErjzABETuH J. BUSHWAW^ of Sidney, Ohio,
LIVER writes: My little boy was so aftlioted wiih hver
hirkfi trouble and other diseases hat our family physi-
Rev. F. ASBTTBY HOWEM,, Pastor of
M. E. Church, of Silverton, JST. J says: i was
n.... afflicted wit catarrho andeindigestion.
tb skm a nId
n-_ II. S ISAAC Ebaa Downs, Spring Vatteu,
DAD ULGER. 3 Co., X. writes, 'Golden
MMM wLWMi. Medical Discovery' has cured my daughter
HuRTR S i lllllL
iSlTf you have all, or any consider
able number of these symptoms,
you are suffering from that most
common of American maladies
Bilious Dyspepsia, or Torpid lay
er, associated with Dyspepsia, or
Indigestion. The more complica
ted your disease has become, the
greater the number and diversity
of symptoms. N matter what
stage it has reached, DB. PIEKCS'S
GOLD EN MEMCA I. DISCOVEET will
subdue it, if taken according to
directions for a reasonable length
of time. If not cured, complica
tions- multiply and Consumption
of the Lungs, Skin Diseases, Heart
Disease, Rheumatism, Kidney Dis
ease, or other grave maladies are
quite liable to set in and, sooner
or later, induce a fatal termination.
Hve. I fact the all
him Dr. Pierce's Pellets an
they save90. his life. have also used the 'Golded
Medical Discovery' for throat and bronchial trouble, and found
such perfect relief that we can also recommend it very highly,"
Mrs.MHLissAATWATER,of Steuben, Washington
Co., Ma%ne, says: "I was afflicted with dyspepsia,
nervous and general debility, for which I took
your 'Golden Medical Discovery' and 'Favorite
Prescription,* six bottles of each. That was some
two years ago. It cured me so that I hare not
had a sick day since. I had been very poor
health for a number of years, and took much
medicine from physicians, but received no benefit from them."
Mrs. MABT A. MCCMJRB, Columbus, Kans.,
writes: "I addressed you in November,
1884, being afflicted with liver disease, heart
trouble, and female weakness. I was ad
vised to use Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery, Favorite Prescription and Pel
lets. I used one bottle of the Prescription,'
five of the 'Discovery,' and four of the
Pleasant Purgative Pellets' My health began to improve
under the use of your medicine, and my strength came back.
My difi&culties have all disappeared. I can work hard all day, or
walk four or five miles a day, and stand it well and when 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 give your remedies all the credit for curing me,
as I took no other treatment after beginning their use. I am
very grateful for your kindness, and thank God and thank you
that I am as well as I am, after years of suffering."
Blotch, or Eruption, to the worst
Scrofula. Salt-rheum, "Fever
sores," Scalv or Rough Skin, hi
short, all diseases caused by bad
blood, are conquered by this
powerful, purifying, and invigor
ating medicine. Great Eating
"Dicers rapidly heal under its be
nign influence, Virulent blood-
blotcheh began aris on the surfacBoils
experienced a tired feeling and dullnesst. began the use of Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery as directed by him
for such complaints, and one week's tune I
began to feel like a new man, and am now sound and well. The
'Pleasant Purgative Pellets' are the best remedy for bilious or
sick headache, or tightness about the chest, and bad taste the
mouth, that I have ever used. My wife could not walk across
the floor when she began to take your 'Golden Medical Dis
covery.' Now she can walk quite a httle ways, and do some
Sore Eyes.Mrs. SARAH A. TURNER, of Ogden City, Utah Ter.
ntory, says: My eldest child was cured, nearly three years ago,
of sore eyes, being at the time nearly blind, by your Golden Med
ical Discovery,' and following the directions in your book."
very uleer.Esq, Threfe bottles healed
it up perfectly
Goitre, or Thick Neck.JULIA P, BECKWITB, of W TTest
Gray Street, fflmva, JV. F., writes: "After the use of your
'Golden Medical Discovery' and 'Favorite Prescription/ to
gether with vour good advice, my neck has now become
GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERT
cures Consumption (which is Scro
fula of the Lungs), by its wonder
ful blood-purifying, invigorating
and nutritive properties. From
its marvelous power over this ter
ribly fatal disease, when first of
fering this now world-famed rem
edy to the public, Dr. Pierce
thought seriously of calling it his
"CONSUMPTION CURE," but aban
doned that name as too restrict
ive for a medicine whiob, from its
Mrs. RUTH A.SiCKXES,of Ocean Port, Monmouth
County, New Jersey, says: "Wehave used your
Golden Medical Discovery' in our family for the
last two years, and find nothing else to equal it.
One of our children had the pneumonia, and one
lung became consolidated, but by the use of the
Discovery* she has entirely recovered, and is now in good
SOLOMON BUTTS, of North Clayton, Miami Co., Ohio, writes: "I
have not the words to express mytaken gratitudehforethe good you
world, I prayed to God that he might show moef something ari
then it seems as though something did tell me to get yor 'Golden
Medical Discovery.' My wife took it as directed, and as a result
she is so she can work now."
s^and be put back where I was. I am endeavoring to have all my
S neighbors keep your remedies in the house."
Golden Medical Discovery is Sold by Druggists*
garments sent post
ag paid by the Bi
on the fol
Coats ana vests, ages
11 to I years for
$1.65. Boy's Knee Pant Pleated Suits, ages 4
to 12 years,2.15. Boy's Kilts,ages to 5 years
fl.85. Send lot our price-list of new summer
PiHSSfflKMBOTAAHl.DAIOTi 1 OosstaRaJHoad. Also,unimprovedlaais
CONSUMPTION, WEAK LUNGS, SPITTING OF BLOOD.
wonderful combination of tonic,
or strengthening, alterative, or
blood-cleansing, anti-bilious, pec
toral, and nutritive properties, is
unequaled, not only as a remedy
for Consumption, but for all
Chronic Diseases of the Liver,
Blood, and Lungs. Fo "Weak
Lungs, Spitting of Blood, Short
ness of Breath, Bronchitis, Chron
ic Nasal Catarrh, Severe Coughs,
Asthma, and kindred affections, it
is a sovereign remedy. While
wit th consumption,r
^MBKHMB 'Golden Medical Discovery' hars done my
fry^ar e doctor afte another I
1 vere poor and having but one dollar in the
family, with good effeet."
Wasting Disease.WATSON F. CLARKE, Esq.,
Summemde, Prince Edward Island,
wuntu Qan, writes: I would like to give you a slight
testimonial for the benefits which I have received
from yourpreparations during the past twelve
months. When I commenced taking your' Gold
en Medical Discovery' I did so at the solicitation of A. Gormlie,
druggist, of this place. He had sold me many other preparations,
always recommending your 'Discovery,' which I did not. take,
owing to prejudice. However, I finally took his advice and your
medicine, and have never been sorry for either, as I am to-day a
healthy man, while one year ago I was not able to work and was
a burden to myself. At that time I weighed 122 pounds, and to
day I weigh H7 pounds. Then I used to eat about one meal a day,
and now can eat four or five if I dared to. After all these bene
fits, how can I refrain from adding my testimonial, unsolicited,
to the thousands already in your possession."
Chest Disease.E. B. NORMAN. Esq., of Anon, Georgia,
says: I think the Golden Medical Discovery' is the best medi
cine for pain in the chest that I have ever known. I am sound
and well, and I owe it all to the Discovery.'
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DAVIS,o Esq., of BeUvtae, Via., writes-: taken jur wonderful Golde Medi
win II fivww Discovery6
and have been cured of the
worst case of consumption. I am now sound
and well, and have only spent three dollars,
and I would not take three thousand dollars
DB. PIERCE'S GOLMOT MEDICAL
DISCOVE ET acts powerfully upon
the Liver, and through that great
blood-purifying organ, cleanses
the system of all blood-taints and
impurities, from whatever cause
arising. I is equally efficacious
in acting upon the Kidneys, and
other excretory organs, cleansing,
strengthening, and healing then:
diseases. A an appetizing,
restorative tonic, it promotes
digestion and nutrition, there
by building up both flesh and
strength. I malarial districts,
this wonderful medicine has
gained great celebrity in curing
Fever and Ague, Chills and
Fever, Dumb Ague, and kindred
co JY. Y^ writes* **I wish
was unahlfl *o ^r^I
and,'Pleasant Purgative Pellets.' For five years
previous to taking them I wastaside great sufltererTl
pa my righ continuaUy
was unapxe to do my own work. I am hannv to aav I am now
well and strong, thanks to your medicmes!'?7*
hkewise found'pl ^Ih^V&^^i
8ro,r i? 0O^
& ^r*' *&*: "Having used your
Golden Medical Discovery' in my family. I
desire to testify to the great relief afforded
by it in cases of sick headache. As a chU-
V*tmpOy checi anyal
ot Yucatan, Houston Co^
8 3troubled t.tC
with indigestion, and would eat
burn, sour stomach and many other disagreeable symptoms con
mon to that disorder. I commenced taking
your 'Golden Medical Discovery' and *Pet
lets, and I am now entirely free from the
fact, healthier than I
have beend for five years. I weigh one hun
dred anea seventy-one and
muc work the past sum
^JSJ-^X? ever done in the sameeq length of time uVmy life.
!f wJM gwawnw, thayt8 seemed to tone up the muscles
Tbr^ dyspepsia. I am pleased to say that your Golden
Medical Discovery* and 'Pellets* have cured me of all these ail
ments and I cannot say enough in their praise. I must also say
a word in reference to your 'Favorite Prescription,* as it has
proven jtself a most excellent medicine for weak females.
has been used in my family with excellent results."
Mrs. PABME UA BWTNDAGB, of 161 Lock Street.
Xjoctosort, N. Y writes: I was troubled with
chills, nervous and general debility, with frequent
sore throat, and my mouth was badly cankered.
My liver was inactive, and I suffered much from
W5'la Cured.-D. LAZABRE, Esq., S7S and tf?
of the 'Golden Medical Discovery,' and it has cured me of
chronic diarrhea. My bowels are now regular."
"FOR THE BLOOD IS THE LIFE."
r?f! H. B. MQSxmr, Montmorenci, S. C,
writes: "Last August I thought I would dre with chills and
|ever. Itook your 'Discovery* and it stopped them in a very
poisons are, by its use, robbed of
their terrors. Especially has it
manifested its potency in curing
Tetter, Eczema, Erysipelas, Boils,
Carbuncles, Sore Eyes, Scrofulous
Sores and Swellings, Hip-joint
Disease, "White Swellings,"
Goitre, or Thick Neck, and En
11 STRONG, of Ainsworth, Ind., writes!
"My httle boy had been troubled with hip-joint
disease for two years. When he commenced the
use of your 'Golden Medical 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,
and can walk with the help of crutches. He does not suffer any
pain, and can eat and sleep as well as any one. It has only been
about three months since he commenced using your medicine.
I cannot find words with which to express my gratitude for the
benefit he has received through you.
Skin Disease.The "Democrat and News,"
qf Cambridge, Maryland, says: "Mrs. TCT.TEA
A NN POOLE, wife of Leonard Poole, of WiU
iamsburg, Dorchester Go, Md, has been cured
of a bad case of Eczema by using Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery. The disease ap
pealed first in her feet, extended to the knees,
covering the whole of the lower limbs from feet to knees, then
attacked the elbows and became so severe as to prostrate her
After being treated by several physicians for a year or two she
commenced the use of the medicine named above. She soon
began to mend and is now well and hearty. Mrs. Poole thinks,
the medicine has saved her life and prolonged her days."
Mr. T. A. AYRES, of East New Market, Dorchester County, Md..
vouches for the above facts.
Fever Sores.ALICE H. CRAWFORD, of Sioux Rapids. Buena
Vista Co., Iowa, writes "Six years ago I was cured of 'Fever
Sores' by the use of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery."
it promptly cures the severest
Coughs it strengthens the system
and purifies the blood.
The nutritive properties of ex
tract of malt and cod liver oil
are trifling when compared with
those possessed by the "Dis
It rapidly builds up the system,
and increases the flesh and weight
of those reduced below the usual
standard of health by "wasting
Mrs. N. W. RICE, of Newfane, Vermont.
says: 'I feel at liberty to acknowledge
the benefit I received from two bottles of
the Golden Medical Discovery,' which cured
a cough of five years' standing, and dyspep
sia, from which I had suffered for a long
tune. 1 have also used Dr. Pierce's ExtraT^
of Smart-Weed, or Water Pepper, in my
Raised Blood. L. H. Cox, Esq., of Wales Centre, ST. K
writes: I was troubled with pain in the chest, and raised quan
tities of blood, and was unable to do any work for several months,
but after taking three bottles of your' Golden Medical Discovery1
and several vials of the' Pellets,' I am now able to do considerable
work, and gam very rapidly."
i-,, Mrs. MARTHA OWES, of Carthage, Jasper Co, Mo
LUNG writes: I was treated for several years by some of
the best physicians for consumption without receiv
ing any benefit. Soon after I commenced taking
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and Favorite
Prescription aU the symptoms of consumption van
ished. I wish also to report the cure of one of my neighbors who
was a great sufferer from womb disease, and was permanently
oured by the use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription."
WORLD'S DISPENSARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, Proprietors,
Wftntod Cfenttaswa and Ladles to Learn TMf
srapbinc. Tuition not paid until position o%
toned. Address Dr. ValMUlns's Ciitlsgs, S
Washington at Chicago,UU.
moLircsT-inuciiin nsioiEBii muni
r. Isaae Thompson'* Cl*bMt4
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1SS win sf tils artltH si sustssWj Ismusing a
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JOIN L. TKOMPSOKBONS
CARRIE S. STOWEM., Postmistress at Magnolia.
Colorado, feelt thaits I cannot say
muchf praise of your 'Golden Medical Discov- oirn*writes:
founI tha it of golden worth.oto
UUntUs It has helped both my husband and myself. Two
years ago Mr. Stowell was afflicted with what ap
peared to be asthma, and our altitude being so high, the difficulty
in breathing attendant upon this distressing malady was greatly
increased. But he began to improve at once after commencing'
the use of your 'Discovery,' and was entirely cured by this won
derful medicine. As for myself, I have used it for nervous and
general debility, and for an affection of the kidneys and bladder,
and I found that it was without a rival for these complaints. We
are now never without your' Discovery.""
Mrs. W. H. NICKLXS, of MarWorough, N. T., says: "When I
first began taking your 'Favorite Prescription,' 'Golden Medical
I Discovery,' and 'Pellets,* I was so weak!
could not be on my feet but a few minutes
at a time. They did me a great deal of good,
I take pleasure in expressing my grati
tude to you for the excellent health I now
enjoy. When I first wrote you I was said to be in the first stage
.Price $1.00 per Bottle, or Six Bottles for $5.00.
3fo. 663 Main Street* BUITCAl^O, If.
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