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There is great intensity of the physical
condition sometimes, and there are facta
which we cannot go behind. I illustra
tion farther of facts which settle the points
of a prompt and permanent cure, the fol
lowing cases are cited: In 1884 Mrs. Mary
K. Sheed suffered terribly with chronic
neuralgia. She writes from 1110 Maryland
Avenue, Washington, D. C. In thefirstindiamond
stan ce she stales: "I suffered terribly with
neuralgia in the face very severe attack
extending to back and shoulders suffered
intensely. Trie'd St Oil ha-d parts
well rubbed at night:
pain gone, magically/'
writes from 224 Eleventh Street,' S. W.,
in the morning all
pain gone im^ically/ June 10, 1887, she
follows: "Four years ago sent'you a vol
untary certificate setting forth the fact that
I bad been a great sufferer with neuralgia in
my face, neck and shoulders. I obtained a
bottle of St. Jacobs Oil, and after three ap
plications I was entirely relieved from all
pain, and from that time to the present I
nave never had a return." The effect was
miraculous." Again, Feb. 6, 1887, Mr. It.
G. Troll, St. Louis, Mo., writes: "In March,
1881,1 suffered terribly with neuralgia had
Buffered nearly three years. Applied St.
Jacobs Oil at 8.15 A. M. at 8.40 took the
rag oft" at 9 A. M. went to work. In less
than five minutes after that the pain was
gone. The one application cured me. Have
not had return of it since." Mr. E. W.
Spangler, York, Pa., June 17,1887, writes:
"Years ago had neuralgia am not subject to
it now. The cure by the use of St. Jacobs
Oil was permanent. There lias been no re
currence of the painful affliction." Clias.
W. Law, Jr., Pottstown, Pa., April 19,1887,
writes: "Was'troubled for years with neu
ralgia in neck and head. Tried St. Jacobs
Oil: had tried different kinds of remedies
without effect. Onebottle of theformer did the
business. No return of pain and aohes." In
almostevery instancethereports are thesame.
Wholly unlike artificial systems.
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I A Distinguished Family.
"So your sons are all through col
lege, are they?" asked Mrs. Smiley
of Mrs. Lofty. '^K'^M '^SS,
"Yes, indeed," replied Mrs. "Loifty.
The dear fellows! I am so proud of
them! Each of them made his mark.
Only think of it! George won the gold
medal for being the best polo player in
his class!" ,w ,,^.j ^y^-,,-
Indeed!''^fe^,te^? 0, yes, and Harry was never beaten
once at lawn-tennis during the last two
years he was in college. He has ever
.so many badges and medals."
"How gratifying to you!" Hfj[
"Indeed it is! And my son Will
went ahead of his whole class at base
ball and is regarded as the most prom
ising first baso the college ever turned
out! We are all so proud of him! But
all our hopes are centered in our son
Leo, who graduated two years ago.
He has rowed and, only think of it,
we used to really fear that it was a
waste of time and money to send him to
college at all. He seemed so indifferent
about a college education. But he
has turned out grandly! We are so
proud of all our boys."Detroit Free
Nebraska Wedding Pledge.
They say that they was a great time
at Seacook'a last night when Miss Sea-'
cook and Billboover were married."?
"Yes, I was there. Had singing,
^dancing, speaking, and everything."
"Who made the speechP"
"Lawyer Griggbley. He was very
much affected, and he said that to show
how sincere he was in his wishes foi
the young couple's happiness, he would
pledge himself to obtain them a divorce
at any time, and it would't cost then)
In a Kentucky Court.
It is said that Colonel Cody's share
of th^mtjfitfl of the Americatt Elpo^
lition lit London cpnsisWd^of, ,70^000
and a position fn*'societyv^'i S &
.John B. Stetson,, the Philadelphia
batter eiriployg 806' men, women and
children, and has a .Sunday-school of
1,600 scholars in connection with his
factory. The chapel where the school
meets cost $40,000.
Mrs. Robert T. Lincoln keeps a
icrap-book for little Abe Lincoln, in
which she preservesoll the newspaper
.paragraphs of her illustrious father-in
law. It is her intention to make an
historian of her little son and have
Abraham Lincoln the subject of his
Marshal John Jolly, of Butte City,
M. T., is the owner of the most expen
sive pplic'eman's, star in the United
Sfeate^f It is of solid gold, and has five
points. At the end of each point is a
costing $125, and in the
center is a monogram of Mr. Jolly's
name in diamonds.
James Russell Lowell .has pur
chased for a summer residence an
abandoned little red house on a de
cayed farm at Ashfield, Mass,, where
he has a magnificent view, of that
mountainous countryvp He has no
near neighbors, but in a distant part
of the town are George William Curtis
and Pro! Charles Eliot Norton, the
author of the last life of Thomas
Carlyletwo congenial friends.
The death of Elihu B. JWasbburne
removes one of the most conspicuous
links that bound the present with the
memorable achievements of field and
forum of a quarter of a century ago.
He was a man of special mark even
among the distinguished men who par
ticipated in the political struggles
which culminated in our civil war and
in the equally momentous struggles
which attended and followed the war.
The famous Judge Shawr" oi
Massachusetts, was very homely and
very arbitrary. One day, as Bufus
Choate was arguing a case before him,
he used the word "humbug," and the
judge roughly asked him what he
meant "by the term humbug." Choate
mused a moment, and then said: '"1
hardly know how to explain it to your
honor's-apprehension but if a young
lady were to call your honor a hand
some man, 1 think she would be bum
hugging you."N. T. Ledger.
It is rather early in the day to
make predictions, but some of our old
novel readers feel confident that the
popularity of the Russian story writers
is only a passing fancy in this coun
try. The next generation may be at
indifferent to the writings of Tolstoi
and his fellow-countrymen as the peo
ple of the present day are to the
masterpieces of Bremer andMuhlbach.
Literature has its fashions, and there
is no telling what will be in voguo the
day after to-morrow.Atlanta Con
Joe Andrews, the San Francisco
diamond collector, wears a $15,00G
cluster of diamonds ton his necktie,
surrounding a $15,000 opal. He wears
a $15,000 single diamond on his finger,
and in his pocket he carries the finest
opal in the world, for which he has re
fused $15,000. Those who know him
never charge him with vulgarity in
the display of his jewels. He is the
only man in California who, when in
official position, was known to return
an unused appropriation tq|th
treasury, amounting, when he "was
commissioner at Ne Orleans, to
(to Sheriff)"I wish you
would make those men stop firing of
their guns out there 011 the square.1'
The Sheriff soon returns. "You
Honor,-the McJacobs and the O'Harr
are killing each other.'
Jndge-^'All right, thoufBrt
parly of idle fellows were merely firiiu
their guns to make a noise. Dicbn
know that business was being Iran
saeted. Call the next case."Arkar
An early settlera telling blow at the tw
ftnning 01 a flgh'
Wanted^Situation, to wind up an
pight-day clock: can use either right ol
left hand. Address "Tired," this office.
Browne says that he would enjoy
playing solitaire more if he could tell
whether it was he or the other fellow
that got beat.Washington Critic
"Shall I have your hand?" said
Edward to Angeline, as a dance was
about to begin. "Yes, with all
heart," answered Angeline.N.
A literary lyceniii in*"a Western
town is wrestling over the question:
"Is the proper definition of au editor,
a man who puts things in a paper or a
man who keeps things out?"N. Y.
"Wait a minute," said a meta
physical professor to his son, "I want
to explain to you just what mind is."
"Oh, it's no matter!" responded the
son, as he went out of the door.N.
"John," said, Misa Oldgirl, scrib
bling artlessly, see, if "you were to
strike out one letter from your affairs,
they would become 'our' affairs." But
John wouldn't let 'er.Boston Com
"Don't worry, John," said the
wife ot a writer of current humor,
while he was wrestling with the stove
pipe, "you can go down to the office
and write all about it and make people
laugh, you know, "Merchant Traveler.
-~-A newly-married lady, who was
telling another how nicely her husband
could write, exclaimed: "Oh you
should see some of his love-letters!"
"Yes, I know," was the freezing re
ply, "I've got ever so manv of them in
my desk."tf Y. Ledger.^
^Bridget"Will yez have your din
ner now, sorr, or wait for the missusP"
Head of the House"Where is your
mistress, Bridget?" Bridget"There's
an auction beyant the corner, sorr, an'
she said she'd stop there far a minnit."
Head of the House"Have dinner now,
Bridget."# Y. Sun.
It poured for weeks together,
'Twa the dolefiilest of weather, "J-. \*&$
Fet Ja her eyes there beamed a happyiiglf jj^'
And I pondered well the reason
Of her smiles in such a season
%&&&&$&&& Ewrpefs Bazar.
,,-r-The following' testimonial from a
lady, says an exchange, has been left
at this office, for sale, by a dealer in
patent medicines: "Pear Doctor: I-will,
.say that, while suffering from a severe
backache, I.took my purse in my hand
and went out to buy one of your, plas
ters. I meta streeWhief on the cor
ner and was relieved atonoe. Yon can
use this for whatit it
Th* He.* AbJt of Slaverfe^^ Hrier
KerrA Yorlk papersl latelytptbHhedv a
very pathetic, story about a veryjpopular
emotional actress. I was to the effect that
she bad become a cohflrmedvictiniof the
opium habit, involving an almosUofal loss
of physical and, mental powers, and actual
destitution. r. %s\ .\?T
The story was at once denied by her
Mends mno say she suitereSshnpiy
worn nervous prostration, is in no neeoof
pecuniary aid, and is on the waytospeedy
Opium victims are usn^yhbpelessfheh
less slaves, min weakened, lacking energy
drifting into imbecility and iffitunely
A peculiar feature is that victims craftily
conceal |t from their nearest friends. *:A
young lady at school near Philadelphia was
recently found to be secretly addictedtoit,
keeping her "medicine" in a school-room
inkstand, and injecting the fluid Into
her aria with astyiographib pent"
In the Chicago Farm fiidd and Stockman.
September Hi, 1887, is this letter signed ft
T.O., from Barstow, Ky: "I missed the
paper that had my letter in, sol did not
know that you made the request to know
what it was I used, to break up the mor
phine habi% until I got a Jitter from a-gen*
tleman asking information. I should nave
answered sooner. It was Warner's safe
cure. I should have given it when I wrote
the letter, but it looked too much like an ad-
Thta yolunttury stotenjenfc^^to'cotaM
the claim made-by the proprietors of War
ner's safe cure, that it is the onlyremedy in
the world whichhas anydecidedpower over
diseases of the kidneys and liver, and that
this terrible habit can not be cured until
these organs haVo first been restored to full.
heaihbecause they are the ones chiefly-af
Xectedtoy this drug/
Editor Win, A. iJode, of Alton, I1L, was
completely cared of the opium habit, ac
quired by long .use in a painful malady,
with Warner'a safe -cure. It cannot be
cured at all if the kidneys and liver are ah*
It is not claimed that there is any thing
in Warner's safe cure alone which will do
away with the habit, except that it puts the
kidneys and liver in a healthy condition,
giving the whole system that strength and
tone without which any attempt to throw
off the habit would be vain.
It is because physicians have, discovered
that no other remedy is so beneficial in re
storing health to the liver, kidneys and gen
eral systemas the one stated that it nas
come into general use in connection with
the special remedies for the cure of the
dreadful opium habit.
One of the worst features of the opium
habit is the deadening of mental and moral
sensibilities in proportion as it weakens the
physical system and the will power.
Women In Public Life.
Women in politics have always been
more or less conspicuous in this coun
try. Perhaps of late years they have
become more noticeable in this respect.
The history of Andrew Jackson's Ad
ministration is a proof of how much
trouble between political friends can be
caused sometimes innocently by a
woman's, personality. Kate Chase
Sprague was at one time a power in
Washington, before whom great states
men bowed, and she was the support
upon which her father leaned during
all the years when he toiled upwards
with longing eyes towards the Presi
dency which he never reached.^ John
A. Logan's wife, with her bright face
and white hair, outlined against the
dark, burly personality of her husband
will always be a remembered figure in
National politics. Had he lived she
would have continued. her ceaseless
struggle to' make him President and
she would have kept up her unchang
ing custom of finding new friends daily
for her husband among tho politicians
visiting Washington. Mrs. Hayes made
herself quite a conspicuous character
during her husband's term of office,
and though she was a modest, shrink
ing little woman, who had no love for
public affairs, she was credited with
managing a good part of the Govern
ment business for her easy-going hus
band. These are only a few instances
out of the hundreds where women have
within the last few years impressed
their personality on political affairs in
this country. If the full truth were
written about the history of legislation
in Washington it might be amazing to
note how much of women's influence
and women's work run through the
whole network of our National affairs
and Government.New York Q^aphio.
An Unlovely Character.
An experience* with a woman who
makes life a burden to everybody about
her by her relentless insistence 6n con
tinual flattery as the price of peace in
her house is thus discussed by the New
York Graphic: She has a painful doubt
as to whether she is the most lovable
being on the globe.. She insists that
everyone who comes within range, shall
contribute to strengthen her wavering
conviction on this point. Any conversa
tion in her presence that does not feed
it wounds it.- You cannot discuss'Mr.
Brown's pretty conservatory because
that isi reflecting on madam's*' house
plants you can't speak of Mrs. Green's
beautiful housekeeping because madam
straightway pouts, because you are in
timating that she is not domestic. The
thing that every young girl ought to be
taught first, last, and all the time as a
recipe for soeial success is to appear to
^%h Wife of a Russian Priest.^
There is only one happy .woman in
Russiarthe priest's Wifeand it i*-&
common mode of expression to say "as
happy as a priest's wife." The.reason
why she is so happy is because'-her
husband's position' depends upbtf her.
If she dies he is deposed.? and. he
becomes a mere laym^ fandjjhis
property is taken away from him and
distributed, half to his children,and
half to his Government The dreadful
contingency makes the Russian priest
careful to get a healthy wife, if he can,
good care oi her. after he has secured
tunate w^tc|^!o|^^gi^,of pi^/
But, jud^o|^raig^und^, he can
scarcely be plac^'^ level
dy4ttg of delirium tre-
mens and, as ajnatter of fact, better
men have died ^^fttlnpidions .alcohol
ic "germ".thai^ of the germs that in
feBtthefiesrotf^^Whit there can
he so seductive fe porkand raw pork,
above allthat sensible people, as Ger
mans in general*4&im'-surely?be con-*
sldred, ^ouldoWour it uncooked-and.
uncuredrit is hard indeed to imagine.
The Germans, however, -are so much
addicted .to this klii^of foojd-thatVhide
families, wh^le populations, "will some-'
times' fall 111 front forbid indulgencies
in it and it is reported from Haiuburg,
where raw pork is consumed (by thedeemed
inhabitants) ihj ejdiangerpusly large
quantities, that o%-f$nnday
one family alone, nine persops were
suffering from'trfehlwMis. ir^^^^^
.The origin ofilifchinosis has been
fantastically traced?to 4 certain herd of
swine, not all of which ^ran down .a
steep place into the sea.'V The fiends
which fill the... swine whose flesh pro
duces in those who cat of it the disease*
now affecting the inhabitants of Ham
burg, where a "severe outbreak" of it
is said to have taken place,, are named
"trichinae." They can- be driven out
by fire, which, proves that there is
nothing esssentially diabolical in their
nature. But the Germans, who refuse
to* cook their ham, do not think it
worth while to expel them.
She Would Be Equal to the Occasion.
"Clara,'' he said tenderly, "If busi
ness reverses should come to me after
we are married, and we should get to
be very, very poor, would your love
for me grow less?"
"Never, George," replied the noble
girL $? -"'i'jjX. 0J
"Andieould you'go" into the' kitchen*,'
dear, and make a loaf of bre|dv.w^th
those dainty little hands?? & "i0:''}
"You are'VeryJ.nice to say such a
pretty thing about ray hands, but,
George, love, don't be foolish about the
bread. Why,'I would send one of the
servants around to the baker's for it."
THE Iowa state Board of Health* decides
that it is not expedient or -proper fcr them
to select any particular text books npon
The matter for wonder and- astonishment
is this: When flemus jumped over his broth
er's little city wall how were hiv sprains and
bruisescured without Salvation Oil?
When two men start out with* the under
standing that they are to ge\t full they
deoorate the town withfill-agree^work.
"Ah me 1" sighed Potts, "I'm tired of living,
The world ishollow, ambition's-vain."
"Come now I" said his chum, "I^Jmow the
I your liverthat's very plain.'*"'
You need not suffer, for help is easya
Pierce's Pellets go right to the. place.
'A friend to the bilious,' I .well might call
There's nothing belter they'll suit .your
Potts ceased his sighing and bought' .the
No more he mourneth his hapless lot!
His face is cheerful, his heart is lightsome.
His melancholy is quite forgot! f"f
They call the new gold girdles happiness
belts, because they make bright the waist
A clergyman, afteryears of suffering from
that loathsome disease, Catarrh, and vainly
trying every known remedy, at last found
a prescription which completely cured and
saved him from death. Any sufferer from
this dreadful disease sending a selt address
ed stamped envelope to Prof^J. Ar Law
rence, 2fc East 9th St, New York, will re
ceive the recipe free of charge.
A man who is hung is usually cool. It is
the fellow who is guillotined that loses his
headw s, s*
We sympathize with the feeling which
often leads citizens to boast that no child
born in this country need grow up in
ignorance, and yet it is a fact that many
people who have learned to read and write
have never tanght themselves to think. A
man who suffered from catarrh, consump
tion, bronchitis scrofula, or Oliver com
plaint," might read, till his eyes dropped
out, how these and many other diseases
have been cured by Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery, but if he did not take
the lesson to himself and test th&virtues of
this great medicine, hb. time would be
thrown away. ,-iv'
Money just now is like many men who
have itclose. ,&- %&Js&
him take extraordfhary
SSI'S 1 A ^KSii
I*t the Trial Proceed.
Arab! Pasha when heheard' be bad been
denied- the benefit of English counsel,
promptly fortified himself with a bottle of
Allen's iron Tonic Bitters isnd qoietiy re
marked Let the trial proceed. Allgenuine
bear the signature Of J. P-. s&llen, St. Paul,
The man who assayed to "collect his
thoughts" did notmake a verylarge deposit
ige for instant reUef and
speedycure of Asthma. SendaddresstoHot*
tuger's Drug Store, Lincoln Park, Chicago.
However' disturbed in spirit a hungry
man may be, after eating pie he has an in
ward piece. **i
:DV. Sage's Catarrh Remedy ans when
every other so-called remedy fj^)s
ft is foolish for a man to sduander his
est cent. Very non-oentf#-ieal.
jiUlk as sCsir
never do. YA woman who flirted would
-pats'In ^raftejB .for' &&&& not to say
fast} jsnev knows her countrymen too
welltor th^t. She.is iware when she.
coquets them what she ,is exposing
herself to. If French girls felt inclined
for a little flirtation how could they in
dulge in \tty. Good heavens! What
would her mother and father say if they
saw her taking a walk by herself
during the dayif it came 'to their
knowledge that a young man had actu
ally dared, to whisper words of love
into her ear before he,had laid bare his
heart and made a clear statement of his
finances to them in the" first plaee?
Even when be has obtained the consent
of the parents and. his. visitstothe
house where his fiancee.resides.are per
mitted, the, young couple are not
allowed to see each other even for a
moment without tho presence of a third
party, and the little intimacies and en
dearments which in America are
harmless are in Franca rigor
ously banished and forbidden, The
pleasant operation familiar to English
lovers by the term of "spooning" is ab
solutely unknown to courtship as prac
ticed in France. 'M0^M Wi
'W& Molding Public Opinion.
Able editorI fear our side have
lost. Write an editorial charging the
opposition with the most flagrant and
shameless frauds on the ballot-box.
Assistant1 guess you have not
seen the latest dispatches.
"What do they say?"
"They indicate that our side have
"Hello! Well, write an editorial
congratulating the people that under
the present law election frauds are
"Let dogsdelight to bark" &e., but when
a cultured and "early englished" and well
dressed dude takes to it, it is then he needs
a friend to lend him a quarter to buy a bot
tle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
It takes a heap of lodge-ic for a man to
convince his wife that he had any business
down town at that time of night. m,-j
What is the difference between a man at
the roast-head of a ship and the ship itself?
The ship sails over the seas, and the manmost
sees over the sails. ~%J|
In the ears, sometimes a roaring, buzzing
sound, or snapping like the report of a pis
tol, are caused by catarrh, that exceedingly
disagreeable and very common disease.
Loss of smell or hearing also result from ca
tarrh. Hood's SarsapariUa, the great blood
purifier, is a peculiarly successful remedy
for this disease, which It cures by purifying
the blood. If you suffer from catarrh, try
Hood's SarsapariUa, the peculiar medicine.
"I used Hood's SarsapariUa for catarrh,
and received great relief and benefit from it.
The catarrh was very disagreeable, espe
cially in the winter, causing constant dis
charge from my nose, ringing noises in my
ears, and pains inthe back, of my head. The
effort to clear my head in the morning by
hawking and spitting was painful. Hood's
SarsapariUa gave me relief immediately,
while in time I was entirely cured. la
never without the medicine in my house as
I think it is worth its weight in gold."
MKS. G. B. GIBB, 1028 Eighth Street, N. W.,
Washington, D. C.
gold by all druggists, fl six lor $3. Pre?
pared only by O. I. HjOOD & CO,^^Apotheca-
ries, Lowell, Mass. i|-SV
IO O Doses One Dollar --1
THoeatmoMt of many thousandsof cases
to females,atthe Invalids'
a Institute, Buffalo,N. Y
a vast experience in mleely
woman's peculiar maladiesv
result,| ofthls great
from patients and
shave tested ft in the
Obstinate cases which
arove it to betiie
mf* devised for
(Eenpg women. It
Jtestiihonhus, ifrom physiclau
llpoet wonderful n.
W ntttef and cure
las almost perfeot.
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JOHNEBEOA B, of MOlenbcck, Va writes:
wif. had been suffering for two or three
years with female weakness, and had paid
out. one hundred dollars tojpbysioiang with
out rettof., Sb'eitook Br. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription and it did her more good than
all the medicine given to her by the physi
cians during- the three years they had been practicing- upon her."
Mrs. GEORGE HEEGER, of WestfleldLN.'Y*
writes: I was a great suffererfrom leucor
rhea, bearingrdown pains, and pain contin
ually acrossmy back. Three bottles of your
Favorite Prescription' restored metoper
fect health. I treated with Dr. for
nine months, without receiving any benefit.
'The 'Favorite Prescription' is the greatest earthly boon to us
poor suffering* women/?, ^sav*-
get Pensions, if
klli kill* disabled Officers' pay, boun
ty collected Deserter* relieved years'
practice: success or no fee. LAWS SE NT I-REE.
i W. BCOBSUCK* SOS, Ciaclnaatl, 0., AWaiWngtott, D.C.
FORALX. SSOaweek and expenses
paid. Valuable outfit and particulars
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She following' words, in praise of R. PIEEOH'S FAVORITB FnBSCBXPxroN as a remedy for those delicate diseases and weak- K^S,^
nesses peculiar to women, must be of interest to every sufferer from such maladies. They ere fair samples of the spohtaneool hH^
ezprc/slons with which thousands give utterance to their sense of gratitude for the inestimable boon ox health which bag pees
refito^edt tt om by the use of this world-famed medidne
THE OUTGROWTH OF A VAST EXPERIEKrClC.
cures nausea, weakness of stomach, indi
s^stion, bloatiiig and eructations of gas.
JL* u. itooOdhm sttUI strengthenliis
nervine, Fsrozite Prescriptiou" is nn
equalled and Is invatoable in allaying and
subduing nervous exoitahility. Irritability,
exhaustion, prostration, hysteria, spasms
and other distressing, nervous symptoms
commonly attendant upon functional and
organic disease of thewemb. It induces
refreshing steep and rjeoeves mental anx-
*Br* FiffireevFavrorite Awcrtpttoii
as av lesjrltlaaate ledlctne, carefully
oompounded by an experienced and skulful
physician, add adapted to woman's delicate)
organisation. It is purely vegetable in its
eomposition and perfectly haimleas fa its
effects in soy condition of tlie system. _.
ttve eare for"tie most eompuoated and
obstinate oases of Isooarrtea, er "whites,',t
exeesafveflowing atmonthly periods^Mlii
fui .menstruation, unnatarai suppressions,
UKkVBiMm. bearing-dowtt sensations, chrp
to.eaogestiou,. h^uamtton and uJoeratioo
tftfae womb,Tnflanmttion, pain and ten
derness to oyarjes, accompanied with"tew
Ctg ronns ot tttowtti t Social Mi:
JMyee PfaMriailUiutrBttoaa Orator*.
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Velto Whf to Do on ImportaatOewsloM.
Pwents tbe VM7%asa thsrshowJaKswr.
Trtto eirto AlliiasAdIptoIttiMrtuee.
Tells Bon What Ls*dto BMO M*
IS Fany ntastrated froarBecianlag- to tod,
bTanotUser^ PrsattesJ Informattoa.
's-'rJa the Bdiwator wafeh Tceeken Bceamauad.
Mnr/tawe^lmlcstfoiM of this took eteintteakUfesS.
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A. N. K.-G,
TREATING THE WRONG DISEASE.
Many times women call on their family physicians, suffering', as they imagine, one from dj
^another from liver or kidney disease, another from nervous exhaustion or,prostration another wit!
this way they all- present alike to themselves and their easy-going and indifferent, or over-busy doctor, separate and 3*xtanct diet
for which he prescribes his pills and potions, assuming' them to be such, when, in reality, they are all only etfmptome eause-d by,
womb -disorder. The physician, ignorant of the eause of suffering, encourages his practice until large bills
patient gets ho better, out probably worse by reason of the delay, wrong treatment and consequent compucat
like Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, directed to the cause would have entirely removed the disease,
distressing symptoms, and instituting comfort instead of prolonged misery.
Mrs. E. F. MOBGAZT, of JVo. 71 Lexington St~
Bast Boston, Mass* says: "live years ago I
was a dreadful sufferer from uterine troubles.
Having exhausted the skill of three phy
sicians. I was completely discouraged, and so
weak I could with difficulty cross the room
alone. began taking Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription and
using the local treatment recommended in his 'Common Sense
JfedioBi Adviser.' I commenced to improve at once. -In three
months I was perfectly cured, and have had no trouble sjnoe. I
wrote letter to my family paper, briefly mentioning how my
'health had been restored, and offering to send the full particulars
to any one writing me for them, and enctoatng a tiemped-en
vdope for reply. I have received over four hundred Jetter*.
I reply, I have described my ease and the treatment used,
and have earnestly advised them to do likewise.' Sronva
.many I have received second letters of thanks, Stating that they
hadoonuuenrad the.usejot.'Favorite Prescription,' had sent the
JIM required for the 'Medical Adviser/ and hid applied the
lloaal treatment so folly and plainly laid down therein,1iaidwere
anuch better already."
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Mrs. SOPHIA F. BOSWBTX. WMte
writes: "I took eleven bottles of
vorite Prescription' and one bottle of yomB&r'^lliMj?
'Pellets.* I am doing: my work, and have pe*fe"4j^-C
for sometune. I have had to employ help fi
about sixteen years before I commenced ta'
ing your medicine. I have had to wear
supporter most of the time this I have Jala
aside, and feel as welll as I ever did.'
Mrs. MAT GLEASOW, of Nunica. Ottawa Co.
Mtch^ writes: "Your 'Favorite Prescription'
has worked wonders in my case.
Again she writes: "Having-taken several bot
ties of the 'Favorite Prescription' I have re.
gained my health wonderfully, to the astonish.
ment myself and friends. I can now be on my feet all day.
attenww to the duties of my household.
la. another from heart
_ ..'te pnfc* here 4or there, and
A narrelooa Ciire^Mrs. G.'F,. SPSACUS,
of Crystal, lKch writes: "I was *voubled with
female weakness,n leucorrhea ana fh^Stog of th6
womb for seven Tears, so I bad to keep my bed
for a good part of the time. I doctored with a$
army of different physicians, and spent large sumf
of- money, but received no lasting benefit. At last my husband
me totoyyour medicines, which I was loath to do.
was prejudiced against them, and the doctors sald
they- would do me no good. I finally told my hnaband that 1
use I was sai
would do me no good I finally told my hnaban that if
he would' get me some of your medicines, I would try them
the advice of my phyitclatt. He got me six bottlesof the
vn-hMnn ftjgo gjx bottieBju* the Disoovery,' for
ten dollars. I took three bottles of 'Discovery* and four
FavoritePreetariptJon,' and have beena sound woman fo
years. I then gave,the balance of the medicine to mysister, who
was troubled the same way,'and she cured herself in a short
time.. I have not had to take any medicine sow for almost
is a ^mother's
weakness of stomach and other
symptoms common to that condition.
its use is kept up in the latter months of
gestation, it so prepares the system for de
Bvery as to greatly lessen, and many times
almost entirely do away with tlwsufosrlngs
Fstvorite FreripiotV when taken
in connection with the use-of Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery, and small laxa
tive doses of Dr.Pieroe's.Purgative Pellets
(Utile liver Pills), cures liver, Kidney and
Bladder diseases. Their oombjned use ako
removss blood taints, and aboUsbes can
cerous and scrofulous human from fbs
jTOrlts FMSWrtpttOat* Si the osdr
^fl^iieawinw.1*, that will give
tion to e&ery case, or motM
funded. This guarantee has
oil the bqiWewrapper and
rie out for msny yeanu,
pages) on DSessesof
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