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-THE PITTSBURG DISPATCH, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER - 6, -3892.
THE UMAX IN BEARS.
A Side Light on the Frailties of Man
Can He Had for a Kickcl.
JDST IKVEST IT IS PEANUTS,
And Distribute Them Judiciomly Among:
a Ctge-Fnll of Bruins.
LOTS OF FDN IN THE NEW TORK Z)0
rooBursposprxcx or rax dkfatcb.
XewYokk, Kot. 5. If yoa want to
make old TJrsus Major smile just say "Pea
nuts" In a loud, clear voice within a latuoin
or two of his willtnc ear. If you wish to
gee the nearest approach to amiability
which the black bear of the New York Zoo
is able to assume just insert a nice fat goober
within pawinc distance of the rough old
fellow. You touch the peanut, the bear
will do the rest.
There is a great deal cf human nature in
the blc care, and I somet'uies wonder that 1
tome of the people who hnd so much fun
watching the antics of the bears do not for
get that they arc not looking in a mirror.
It is the sort of nature which we often see in
Ihe street cars and which is so near-sighted
But the she bear did. She learned then if she
never did before, how much more blessed it
is to give April fools thau to receive them.
For a moment she paused, as if in sad
reflection. Then she turned npou that bad,
bad boy such a look ot pained surprise that,
it he hnd not been very bad, must have
filled him with remorse. Tears rn out of
her little eyes and saliva trickled outfof
NOTES AND. QUERIES.
Kise and Fall of the Tammany Ring
and What It Cost New York.
THE EXPERIMENT OF BROOK FARM.
r&norama Painting of the Mississippi
Biver Three lilies Long.
FOREIGNERS FfGHT FOR UNCLE SAM
.First Effect of a Peppery Peanut
Peady to Jilake a Catch.
that it cannot see old and homely women
hangins to the straps, but can spy beauty
iour and a half blocks off. If you wish to
see how human the bears can be invest a
nickel in a bag of peanuts and indulge
them in a little game of grab.
A Keen Eye for the Dainties.
The big he bear and the little she bear
and all of the rest of the bears will form in
line before you and look as friendly as if
they really thought something of yon.
Four black muzzles will protrude between
the bars, and four pairs of little eyes will
beg jut as hard as eyes can do it. How
keenly those eyes will watch the peanuts,
her mouth. She strove to wipe off her
tongne with her paw, but the misery re
mained. "With a wild howl of pain she took
the center of the cage, and for the next five
minutes that cage seemed to be full of fly
ing near, ou never saw a bear in so many
different places lit once.
Satisfied "With Themselves.
Outside of your capabilities in the peanut
line the bears do not seem to take any in
terest in you. They are the most conceited
lot of egotists in the Zoo, and apnear to
find themselves all Fufficient for their own
amusement. Now and then you will find a
lion or tiger eyeing you with speculative
glance, as if you were a sweet morsel to be
rolled under the tongue, but the bears have
eyes only lor what you may bring in your
hands or pockets. Now and then one will
indulge in greased pole climbing and
Japanese balancing, but it is not done ap
parently so much for your edification as
tor the acrobat's own amusement. He does
not look for applause nor care f or criticism,
and he lets you understand the fact without
I sometimes think that the Polar bear
wonld like a chop or a cutlet from my
sacred person, but I may be mistaken about
it. I have certainly seen specnlation in
his eye when the sealions called, and I
know ttiat tne sound must bring up dreams
of his own dear Greenland home and the iat
young seah on which he nsed to sup.
Can't Change a Bear's Nature.
But the Polar bear is a frigid and surly
fellow all the way through, and lacks even
A Long Time Bcttoccn Pjanuts.
tnd how the losing three will whine and
snarl everr time the winning one gets,a
7irize! It almost seems as if they were cry
ing from sheer envy and spite, just as hu
man folks do sometimes wbeu they see their
fellows raking in the pot.
Then place a peanut on the dividing line
between the paws of the lady Jbear and the
first gentleman bear. Hoitv' toltv, what a
time there will be ! The two black faces
will look yearningly at the morsel, and the
little eyes will fairly roll as they measure
the distance and irr to determine which
has first grab. Perhaps the big- he bear
will make a hesitating and lurtive pass at
it Then the she bear will reach forth her
paw and claw it toward her. The he bear
will loos cross at this and expostulate, and
perhaps swear a little; it certainly sounds
A Case of Henpecked Husband.
"Here, you," he will say, "return that
goober or I will box your ears."
"I'll do nothing of the kind," replies
tne lady. "A pretty cheek jou haeto
make any such demand upon ine!"
Then follows such a snarling and snap
ping and showing ot teeth as you never
dreamed of. The big he hear raises his paw
as if to strike his greedy consort, and vnu
expect to see the latter wiped o!Tofihe
face of the earth. But she does not weaken
the sociability of his black cousins german.
You never fee a laughing crowd about his
cage, and as for peanuts but I suppose he
would not take them at any price.
Well, a bejr is a bear, and that is the
thing in a nutshell You cannot make him
a gentleman, do what you will. You may
send him to school or college, teach him to
dance and to talk French; yon mav curl his
fur and manicure his paws; you may intro
duce him to the best society and try in
every way to improve his manners, but in
the end you will have what you started
with a plain, rude American bear without
a redeeming trait, saving his grease and
hide. As a terrible example to cross men
and scolding wives he is a tnmnltnous suc
cess. I trust, ear boy, that when you gaze
upon him it will not be "as in a looking
glass." p. g.
tSfThe Dirpatch'M electric election buTletita
trill be flashed tvery 15 seeo'dtfrom The Die
patch'l building Tuesday evening.
In these days of so much talk of Tam
many Hall one often hears ot the "Tam
many King." The Tammany Bing was a
conspiracy of the leaders of Tammany Hall,
then one of the Democratic organizations of
Jfew York City, to plunder the city by
means of overcharges on account of the new
county Court House. The Tammany So-'
ciety is an old political organization in
."Sen York. William Marcy Tweed was the
leader of the society, and bv careful manip
ulation ho had obtained from the Legisla
ture a charter for the city, conferring great
power upon the city officials. The chief
officers of the city government were his as
sociates; he himself was Commissioner of
Public i Works, and his intimate associates
filled other high municipal offices and occu
pied seats ou the bench ot the Supreme
The robbery was done by means of over
charges on the part of the contractors,
which overcharges were divided among the
members of the ring. The Court House,
which could have been built for 53,000,000,
cost the city 512,000,000, and much other
work was done in the same way, so that the
city debt was increased from about 573,000,
000 in 1869 to 5117,000,000 in 1870. One of
the ring, becoming dissatisfied with his
share of the plunder, disclosed the con
spiracy to the "Sen York Timet in the sum
mer of 1871. The result was the downfall
of the ring, the flight of several of the
members, the arrest, conviction, imprison
ment, escape, recapture and "death of
Tweed, the death ot others, the removal
from the bench of three judges, and in the
end the purification of politics.
What Is money? Pateesojt.
John Stuart Mill defines it as "a mere
contrivance for facilitating exchanges," a
definition followed by another British
writer, Jevons, in his book, "Money and
the Mechanism of Exchange." .Money is
defined usually as a "measure of value;" it
is something by the possession or surrender
of which we measure the value to us ot
other articles. It need not be gold or sil
ver. 'In Homer 8 times, oxen were money;
the Abyssinians used salt; the natives of
the West Coast of Africa used sea shells;
the North American Indians used shells;
the early settles in Virginia used tobacco;
Marco Polo says that the Chinese used
paper not paper redeemable in coin, but
paper, made valuable by the Great Khan's
orders. So, really, money is anything that
is generally accepted as of value, which
serves to do away with trading "in kind"
or barter; it makes no difference whatits
nature is, so long as it is something which
is ot value to the people at large.
ever assumed the name Glaukopis as a
pseudonym or pen-name; so that if Glaus
topis was really anyone, we must confes
our ignorance of the fact.
How could Ibestbeiin the study of law tit
hornet 1 do not commence with a vlow
of becoming a lawyer, but merely for
my own plcnsme and benefit; as the subject
is already very interesting to mo. I wish to
know whnt books to procuieand micro I
can procure thora. U. G. B.
The determination here expressed is cer
tainly to be commended. Blackstone says
every citizen should make it his business to
become familiar with at least the underly
ing principles of the la.-of his land. And
this suggests that Blackstone is about as good
a work as "U. G. B." could select for his
first reading. The only objection is that
the work contains much that is obsolete.
Along with it should he read some good
American notes, say those of Judge Shars
wood, who was one of Pcnnvslvania's great
est jurists. To read Kent's Commentaries
is an allopathic prescriptiou, as it is put up
in four big volumes; but in it will be found
references and citations that will suggest a
course of light reading. There are works
of later date, written for the exact object the
correspondent has in view. These are not
intended for mn who propose to make law
a life business, but for men ot leisure and
culture who recognize a weakness in this
part of their mental equipment! Any first
class book store can secure what is needed.
Is there really a mountain in Xe w Guinea,
32,000 ioethigliT S. A. D.
Probab.y not. New Guinea is not yet
thoroughly explored, and unknown mount
ains, especially mountains that have never
been 'seen, are always much higher than
those that have been measured. Look, for
instance, at the Grand Falls of Labrador,
that were measured a year ago, and de
scribed in two maznzines within a few
weeks. Two years ago they were upwards
of 2,000 feet high; w hen they were meas
ured, they were found to be about 300 feet
high. Of course It is possible that a mount
ain 32,000 feet high may exist in New
Guinea, but it isn't likely. If it did exist
itwould have to stand up rather lonely,
without any near neighbors in size; it
might do so; but hitherto all high mount
ains have been found "flocking together,"
as in the Himalayas, where there are a
dozen mountains higher than any others on
the globe, all in a small space ot territory;
and a3 in South America and Mexico.
Can n foreigner enlist in the navy without
having been naturalized; S R.
Yes; or in the army. Uncle Sam is will
ing that anybody should fight for him, even
Chinamen. There are special provisions in
the law, making naturalization easier to
soldiers than to ordinary persons; but they
do not apply to sailors. Sailors must ob
tain their papers as if they were ordinary
Its Distressing Symptoms as De
scribed by Mrs. Gregory.
The Lady Profits by What She Bead In the
Newspapers Asthma and Lung Trouble,
Hard Coughing, Shortness or Breath,
Catarrhal Fains, Smothering Sensations,
"I had asthma from infancy,
"Choking and smothering spells,
"Coughed all night,
"Spit up blood,
"Headache over eyes,
"Distressing stomach trouble,
"Palpitation of the heart,"
Continuing, MrsJosie Giegory. of Raven
Bock, W. Va., proprietress or the Parker &
Gregory general store, Bavcn Itock, relates
her case as follows:
"My trouble bean wnen I was a small
child, l was so young I can't remember the
exact ttmo when It did begin. My age now
is SO years. I had nsthina from my Infancy
up. Hnd choking sensations 'and sluother
ine spoils so' bad that I would have to be
cropped up in a chair to get my breath.
Coughing spells wonld sometimes lait all
nlxlit, especially if I felt sra ithered, raisins
u. muck tenacious mucous alter tno sriioiu
ering spells passed on. During the smother
ing Knells I merely bad a dry, backing cough.
Finally my cough beeomn so had I o ten
raised mucous mixed with blood. I had
nnins all tlnou"li the unner nart of ipv
"Mr noso stopped up on one side an then
the other, dropping from head to throat and'
hawking and spitting. I had headaches
over eyes and top of bend. Mvappotito
giew very poor, and what I ate distressed
me so much, and irato very much it would
luako my smothering -pelfs worse. 1 would
often starve uij self rathor than smother as
"1 had a burning sensation In my stomach
nil the time and ga wonld accumulate in
my stomach. Bowels costive, palpitation of
the heart. I have taken treatment all my
lite, nil the patent medicines 1 conld hear
ot. One doctor treated me for over a year,
and sjld I was in tho lirst stagos or con
sumption. In nil 1 I arc taken treatment
lroui sevon different doctors, who gao me
no encouragement, mid all of thorn said I
would never be any better. Three months
ago I applied tor treatment to Dr. Copeland
and hU associates.1 1 found their examina
tion! very thorough, nnd thought they
surely understood their business, and put
myself under their treatment and I began
to improve from tho stuicand now leol liko
TIte Henpecked Evtband.
worth a cent. "Don't you dare," ehc
growls between her teeth, and dare he does
not, the big, hulking coward, though the
croud does everything in its power to
encourage him to fight.
It is such little domestic episodes as this
which adds spice to living and makes us
answer with loud arclaim: "Jo, sirree,
marriage is not a failure."
Beats the Professionals.
The little she bear is an excellent catcher,
lfyouusethe baseball method of convev-
ing peanuts to ner. She will open her
little red throat at you in roseate invitation
and never make and error.
Unlike some other denizens of the Zoo,
Mine. TJrsa, does not care for the shells of
the peanut, but cracks out the kernel and
rejects the husk with all the deftness of a
gallery gcd. It is the most comical thing
In the world to tee her big shelling ap
paratus at work and the air of snug com
placency with which she gets outside of the
small but succulent morsel and puts outlier
tongue for more.
Once upon a time a bad, bad boy went up
to the park with an April fool peanut in
his pocket. It was all peanut on the out
tide, but very much red pepper on the in.
It was a whited sepulchre filled with snuff,
hellfirc and misery. It was na.ugb.tr and it
was not nice.
A Peanut I'oll or Red Pepper.
With her usual enterprise the little she
bear came to the lront and won the trick.
Her little white teeth came down on that
thell like a thousand of brick and let Iooe
the cayenne filling. The Major, as usual,
was mad, but he did not know in what
naughty luck he was playing that morning
LATE NEWS IN BRIEF.
The cotton spinners' lockout In England
began quietly yesterday.
Thomas Xeill Cream, the London pois
onei, has been respited .or a week.
Egyptians and the English are prepar
ing to meet Osman Dlgna in battle.
The Versailles Gas Compmy brought in
a new gasser near McKeesport Friday.
Ton lives wore lost in the burninsr of the
oil-laden ship X.ircross in the River Seine.
The Baltimore 2fanvfacurert' Jlecord
prophesies a season ol prosperity for the
Edurda Galler, head-of the Argentine
cleiring house, hai absconded with
A. J. McPeak. ex-Treasurer or Furnas
count, -Veb., has been found short iu his ac
counts $10,010 02.
Jeremiah Phillips in Jail in Scran ton for
deserting his wile, hanged himself in his
cell Friday night.
The Swis's Federal Council has adopted a
bill increasing the duty on foreign beer and
making that on matches 50 per cent.
At New Boston, O., James Kelson fatally
cut Peter Jenkins in a fight on the roadside.
The men had quarreled over a woman.
The Canadian Pacific ltailwav is nrnnn
ins to place tw o additional steamers on the
route between Vancouver and Ctiiua aud
A committee of Trench Deputies has re
jected La Fanrue'ji proposition to tax man
ufacturers and subject foreigners to a mili
Mme. SchlegeL ofPari, has been con
vlcted of the murder or her husband. She
doused him with spirits of wine and then
set flie to him.
Tho Schaeffer group of sllvor mines at
triilte IHII. Aiiz., nas been sold to a W. B.
llersy and K. T. Boot, mining men of Den
ver, .or $230,0.10.
Whilo engaged in a fight at Washington,
Pa.. John Barhbereer, ugea It. stabbed Mke
James, nged IS, with a penknife, inflicting
The Hammondville Ijind Imnnnnn.nt
Company at Uniontown has failed on Judg- I,
memo uj.'uu.u wucauj i,uiw more insn
its plant is worth.
The Tabernacle Church officers In Lon
don, in a circular, say Spurgeon's successor
must alo-be a believer in Immersion. This
may rule ont Dr. Pierson.
General Boca has Informed the Argen
tine Goernment that u-iless support Is
Kien Governor Bojas civil war would be-in
in all the interior provinces.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Taake, Swedish set
tlers on a claim three miles from Okarche
1. T., were found dead inside their house
Friday. Both had been shot.
A coal miner at Mammoth, Pa., James
Martin, attempted suicide br taking parts
creen Friday night, owing to domestio
trouble. He may not recover.
A game of cards at Blossbnnr.Ala., broke
up in a row and Lawrence Farlv. Rlrimrri
and P. B. Johnson were futally shot by Joe
Murphy, who made ills escape.
Captain Lngard. In his address before
the London Chamber of Commerce, says
Usandu will make England independent of
America for its supply or cotton.
Herman Waldeck, bookkeeper for J.
Kutm & Co.. San Francisco tubicco mer
chants, has fled with at lenu tlr, (inn ,i
perhaps more, of his employers' money.
There tis consternatatlon in the live
stock markets of Toronto on receipt of tho
decision of the British Government prohib
iting the Importation of live cattle from
Stanley M. Austiq, tbe young Cleveland
paymaster who embezzled upwards of $50
000 from the Upson Nut Company, changed
his plea on two counts to guilty. Sentence
was delerred until Monday.
The Government or Manitoba and the
Xorthwest Territories are making very ex
tensive collections ot natural products lor
tho World's Fair, and will have one ot the
most elaborato displays of the kind ever ex
Three men stole a wagon load of grain
and potatoes from a barn n Bell township,
Westmoreland county, Wednesday nlzht,
and sold the-plunder in Lecchburir. Nor
man Laugblln has been arrested, and con
feses that he was ono of tho robbers. He
is suffering Irora diphtheria at bi home.
When was the bittle of Waterloo fought,
and how many men were engHged in Itt
The battle of "Waterloo was fought on
Sunday, June 18, 1815. It began about 11:30
in the morning and lasted rather more than
eight hours, that is, the Imperial Guard ot
the French army broke and raised the cry:
"Save yourselvcsl" at about 8 r. m. "vVel
lington had about 68,000 men and Napoleon
about 70,000. At the beginning of the bat
tle both armies occupied heights of land;
but the British remained on the defensive,
while the French, to attack, had to cross
the v.alley between the lines. The French
made five distinct attacks: 1, on the British
right, to cover the main attack; 2, on the
lelt; 3, a cavalry attack; 4, Key's cavalry
attack on the British center, when the farm
house of La Have Sainte, covering the
center, was captured from the British; and
5, the charge ot the Imperial Guard. 'The
losses were verv heavy. The British lost
13,000, the Prussians 7,000 and the French
between 23,000 and 30,000.
Which nas fie larger number of inhabi
tants, London or New TorkJ F. I. S.
London it has more than twice as many
inhabitants as New York. The latter city
has, at the outside, about 1,800,000 inhabi
tants (the Federal census ot June, 1890,
gave it 1,515,301; the municipal census of
November, 1800, gave it 1,710,715); London,
in 1891, had a population of 4,'JJ1,43L
Were mills, tenths of a cent, ever coined
in tins country? S. J. N.
No; the smallest coin ever strnck in this
country was a half-cent, which was issued
between 1793 and 185J. China is the only
country that has a coin so small as our mill;
the Chinese "cash" is worth about one
tenth of a cent.
X . i- -,, 'Af
1 ' 5i
tm Jk TA js.
Mr. Josic Gregory, Riven Rock, ff. Ya.
What price did ltobort Bonner pay for the
trotting horse, Maud St C. J.
The price was never announced officially;
but it has always been understood that he
paid $40,000; and probably that sum is not
lar out of the way.
What was Brook Farm.one of Hawthorne's
old homes? S. S. L
Brook Farm was an industrial associa
tion, a social Utopia, composed of a num
ber of advanced thinkers, whose object was
so to distribute manual labor as to give the
members time for intellectual culture. It
was'located in West Eoxbury, near Boston;
it began in 1841, and came to an end by the
agreement ot "all concerned" in 1846.
George Kipley was the leader of the com
munity; others in it besides Hawthorne
were "Margaret Fuller, Bronson AJcott,
Thorcau, Charles A. Dana, George Villiam
Curtis, FUery Channing, as well as others
whose names are famous in American liter
ature. Every member worked on the farm
for the common good; the plan was excel
lent on paper, but did not work well in
practice. Some of the originators dropped
out, few recruits joined, and finally the
community was dissolved voluntarily.
Hawthorne places the scene of the
"Blitbedale Eomance" at the Farm. ,
Who painted a picture of
river that was a mile longT
EtEVxs cents for four-ply linen cuffs, 2100
fine, at Sailer's, corner Sinlthfield and Dia
John Banvard, who was born in New
York in 1814; he was a druggist's clerk for
some time, and practiced drawing and paint
ing as he could. In 1840 he began his
"Panorama of the Mississippi," which he
painted himself; it occupied several years,
aud when finished was three miles long, not
merely one mile. He exhibited it in many
cities of the country and abroad. He sug
gested to General Fremont the scheme of
passing Island No. 10 in the Mississippi,
which Grant carried out; and in 18G1 paint
ed a picture, "The-Vision," from which the
'first chromo made in this country was
taken. He wrote upward of 1,700 poems,
published several volumes of poetry, and
produced two plays with some success. He
diedatWatertown, & Dak., on May 16, 189L
How many whites and how many negroes
are tueie in me souineiu statesT Header.
By the bulletins of the eleventh census
(that of 1890) in 17 States there were 15,
493,323 whites and 6,944,915 negroes. The
States are Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware,
.District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia,
Missouri, North Carolina, South Carolina,
Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and West Vir
ginia. In Arkansas and Mississippi the
percentage of increase of the negroes be
tween 1880 and 1890 was greater than that
of the whites, while in Georgia the per
centages were precisely the same. In all
the other States the whites increased pro
portionately much more than the negroes.
Why were the Confederates called "John.
nies" by the Tankeesin the late war?
We find no absolute reason for the name
being applied to the Confederates; but the
Century Dictionary says that the names
John, Johnny, Jack, are applied col
loquially and familiarly to a person whose
real name is not known, or to express in
definite number.. A cognate expression 'is
"every man Jack." The Federals were
"Yankees," so that they had a nickname
already; the Confederates had no nickname,
and early in the war were hailed as
"Johnnies," in default of any more defi-nite'colloquialism.
What wai Harrison' majority over Cleve
land in Indiana in 1ESS. J. E. S.
The vote was: Harrison, 263,301; Cleve
land, 261,013; Harrison's majority over
Who was Glaukopis? p,
Glaukopis is an epithet applied by Homer
to Athena (Minerva), and means "fierce
eyed." The word is made up of the two
Greek words glaukos, gleaming, and ops,
tbe eyes. We do not find that taj penon.
Created in Pittsburg The Great Slaughter
or Fine Clothing Saved From the Ft,
Wajno Wreck Excites the Community
Prices Bnlned! Profits Wrecked ! Cloth
ing Actually Given Away! 305 Smith
Commenclm: Monday morning, October 31,
the company intends to eclipse all previous
efforts of any clothing sale ever placed be
fore the Pittsburg public. No other house
in this city eer did or ever will sell you
pcrlect goods at such prices ns we name
to-day and we desire to impress deeply on
the minds or the people that this stock con
itsts of the finest clothing manufactured
in the United Slates, and we don't
want it classed with snide riff-raff
released by Sheriffs or shoddy nsed by
traveling lake sales or job-lot bargains
bought iroin mythical clothing m.inmact
ureis. You know as well as w e do that this
nnestocicor suits and ovei coats was saved
trom the unfortunuto wreck on the Fc.
Wuyneioad and placed horo at 305 Smith
field street by our company for public sale
and from now on will be sucrificrd at any
pi ice. It will pay dealers as well as con
su.ners to come a hundred miles to this
gieapcst clothing sale on earth, as the com
pany has ordered a tree pasn to be given on
all purchases or $10 or over. Fine clothing
at tnese pi ices will crowd our store to suffo
cation. Tho stock won't last lone
So be quick iryouwnnttobe"init." Com
pare our list ot prices with others, and ou
can plainly see now much lower our figures
uio, and lor brttcr goods than you ever had
an opimi tunlty to purchase. Head eveiy
line. Don't skip a word. Pay ns a visit and
investigate; 305 Smlthtield street.
Men's good Uies suits, fully noith $10,
at $ 40
Men's durable business suits, well worth
$11. at a 75
Men s fine ull-wnol uluck clieiot suits,
single or double-breasted, worth $15,
goat i 20
We mean business. Men's wood brown
cheviot suits, double-hiensted, worth
$15, will be sold at 4 70
Men's cheviot dress suits, satiu-llned
tluougbout, sack or Irock style, worth
$30, go at 7 60
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a different person altogether, and have had
only one choking spell since I began treat
ment. "My noso is cleared up, hawking nnd spit
ting or green stuff iroin my th.ront in morn
ings has disappeared. I deep good and
iiilse in morning refreshed. The tact Is. I
never knew beloio what a good night's
sleep was. J have gained in flesh from tho
Beginning, and now feel it ray duty to ad
viso any ono suffering from citarrh and
asthma as I did all my lire to try Dr. Cope
land and his nioclates and get relieved.
I reallydon't think I could havo lived
much longer, and peoplo about Raven Rock
did not think I would live very long, either.
They did not tell me this to discourage me
before I began, but-.tald me .their opinion
after I had taken treatment for six weeks
and saw I was uetflng-weU." "'
What Asthma Is.
Asthma is laroly a dlsoise of Itself. It
arises fioin numerons causes diseases of
the kidneys, stomach, heart, nerves, lungs,
blood and n. se. If theso several causes
were well understood and treated accord
ingly, there would bo toner irascible asth
matic. Catarrh or the nose, moisr, dry,
atrophic, b petrophlc, is now regarded tho
incst frequent caue or asthma reflected
astuma it is called. The cause, or course,
indicate the treatment cute the catarrh,
con ect the deformity in the nostrils if there
be any, and the asthma will disappear.
Nasal Catarrh. Often Extends to the Langs,
Causing Bronchial Asthma Itemove
have attained a scientific mastery over this
Mr. Crawford's Case.
"I have been ailing for IS years," say Mr.
J. W. Crawford, a prominent hardware mer
chant of Ligoner and Latrobe, "and em
ployed at different times all the best phy
sicians in my neighborhood. Several doctors
said I would die of consumption, nnd none
of my friends ever thought th it I would get
well. My head was sore all over from
neuralgic pains, the Scalp so sore and tender
that my hat hurt mo. My noo and throat
wore clogged up with tough, sticky mucus,
which kept me blowing, hawkine and spit
ting all the time to dislodge. Iblew terrible
stuff unfor my head, and laid and coughed
aim spit up all night as 11 xnau consump
tion. "My bowels also troubled me a great deal
and every time I caught a cold it would ag
gravate this trouole, as the cold seemed to
settle in my bowels. As 1 had tried all the
doctors in my neighborhood without anv
benefit I asked one of his opinion about my
going to the cltv and consulting Drs. Cope
land, Hall and Hyers, but he s.ild there was
no use, as they could not do lue any good.
However, I decided to give them a trial and
It nas tho most fortunato tiling lever did
in my life, as In lOjdays niter beginning
their treatment the cough loft 1110, and br
lore the flr't month nas rfp 1 had gained 10
pounds In flesh and felt better than I had
lor five years previously. I am improving
-right along, and fecLthat It is nothing more
inun justice to tnese pnysicians ana suaer.
lng humanity in general that I snonld make
this statement public in return for tho great
benefit received at their bauds."
Have You a Cough 1 Is There a Soreness in
Your Lungs? Is" Your Breathing Diffi
cult? This Is Bronchial Catarrh. Don't
Walt for It to Become Consumption,
Treat It and Care It Now.
A Common Name for the Condition Caused
by Extension of Catarrh to the Stomach.
Catarrh of the head, throat and stomach.
Dlfllculv breithing-. .
Severe headaches and occasional bleeding
at t,he nose. ,
Dullness of hearing.
Dimness of sight.
Pains in the upper part of tho chest.
The stomach affected, apparently beyond
Nnusei after eating, holchlnz of gas and
bloating, drowsiness after meals, no am
bition, no energy.
A gnawing tunsniion nt the pit of the
stomach, a cnvtng for food disappearing
artcr n few montliiuU, are the symptoms of
Few statements printed in these columns
better lllustnito th 1 nnuress and extension
of aggravated catarrhal and bronchial
troubles extending to the stomach, impair
ing the digestlon,:than the letter of Mrs. I.
J. Osmer, published below:
McDoxald, Pa., Sept, 8, 1891
DrT Copeland, Hall and Dyers:
Gektleme I will give you a general his
tory of my trouble, and 1 want vour opinion
and n month's treatment. My principal
trouble is mv stomach. 1 can't em anything
but what it gives ine pain and asickoning
leeling. I ache all over nearly all the time,
with sharp pains running down my limbs at
I am losing in flesh and strength, nnd I
awake in the morning more tired than on
going to bed. I ain nervous, and my work
greatly fatigues me. 1 am also troubled
with neuralgic pains all through my head.
No ono can understand what tortures I
endure with the pain in my head. I cannot
eat well. In short, I am miserable from gep
eial impairment or health, besides enduring
pain aud distres hard to tally describe.
Mrs. L J. Osuzs.
Takes Treatment Himself.
"So remarkable and rapid was the cure In
my boy's case," says Mr. Wetzel, a carpenter
ofSaxonburg, Pa., "I decided to take treat
ment with Drs. Copeland, Hall and Byera
myself. I had
"Pains in head,
"Nostrils stopped up,
"First one side, then the other,
"H-iwkln s and spitting,
"Pains in chest,
"Chronic, lucking cough,
"No eneriry to work.
TAKE TI3IELY ADVICE.
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Heed Hie Warning Signs and Place Yonr
System in Proper Condition to With
stand the Winter's Severity.
Drs. Copeland, Hall and Dyers want to
reach eveiy patient who took treatment
with them dm lng the spring and summer
mouths and only remained under treatment
one or two months under the impression
that because they got such quick results
and felt compaiatlvelv well that they were
permanently cured. They desire to Impress
upon such patients the fact that during tbe
warm wholesome summer season catarrh
affects a person but very little, and that as
soon as tbe severe nnd chungeuble winter
weather appears there will return again
the sumo old lound of agonizing neuralgic
headaches, stopped up condition of the
nostrils, soro nnd lriltulile throat, with
hawking and spitting and darting pains
Therefore take timely advice and renew
vour treatments, broken off in many in
stances by vacations and other similar
causes, determined to remain under treat
ment until pronounced cured by .the physi
cians. Drs. Copeland, Hall nnd Dyers have re
peatedly in these columns, and also in the
consultation room, urged the necessity for
continuous and systematic treatment in all
chionlo troubles, more particularly those of
a catarrhal nature.
Catarrh is a treacherous, Insidious and
powerful disease. It is no less dangerous
when it slumbers than when it Is awake and
Treatment 85 A Month for All Diseases
With Medicines Furnished Tree.
The Case of Mr. J. W. Crawford, Published
Below, Shows tho Wonderful Efficacy or
Drs. Copeland, Hall aud 'Byers' Method
of Treatment in Bronchial and Gastric
Bronchial catarrh the extension of the
catarrhal piocess down those passages
known as the bronchial tnbes,whlch convey
the air to the lungs.
How often is it pronounced consumption
How grateful is the skill of the physician
wiio arrests tho disease before It 1 caches and
fatallv im; alls the lung tissues.?
Do Drs. t'npelnnd, Hull and Dyers cure
No. not in its advanced and necessarily ln
Do tbey cure incipient consumption?
, Yes, and more, in thousands of cases by
arresting the progress ot catarrhal bron
chitis, saving the lungs trom invasion nnd
curing the disease, theyhave restored to
health the patient whose so-cnllod "con
sumptive tendencies" had been marked
with despair by other doctors.
The ciibo of Mr. Crawford cited below fs
by no means un unusual -ono. Hundreds
like it have appeared in these columns.
Note its peculiarities, and mark how like
It is to many that have preceded it.
A predisposition to catarrhal and broh
A heavy cold.
Continual hacking cough that nothing
Steady loss of flesh and strength.
Night sweats and palonoss and emaola-
Mr. Chas. Wetzel, Baxonlwg, Pa.
"1 had vioIentlieadacnes,with pains across
the eyes, dim sight, a dull pain through the
head all the time. In the morning when 1
got np rcy bend felt at ir it was all filled up.
My head and noso wore stopped up, hard
lumps In the nostrils, hun king nnd pittlng,
pains in tbe chest nnd sides. No appetite,
loathing of food, no energy to woric, cross
and irritated, burning pains in back, tired
all over, dragged out and played out.
"The improvement in my condition has
been as satisfactory as that or my son's, and
I therefore henrtllv- Indorse Drs. Copeland,
Hall and flyers and their nonderftil system
ortrentmenr, and recommend all mv friends
and neighbors to consult them, no matter
how serious their condition. If anything
can bo done roryou Drs. Copeland, Hall and
Byers are the men who can do it."
Why Should They Be Endured When They
Can Be Cured?
Frightful, violent headaches.
Ache, ache, ache; tbiob, throb, throb.
It is women who suffer mont rrom head
aches, and the "sick" headaches are tbe most
common affliction as well is tho most pain
lul form of that trouble.
Why should they De endured when relief
can 8.0 surely be had by consulting Drs.
Copeland, Hall and Byers? Can anything be
mora convincing than the statement
of Mis. Osmeit She was skeptical like a
great many others because she had doo
toreil and doctored without receiving any
benefit, bnt now she is ueot Dm. Copeland,
Hall and Bjers' most enthusiastic in-dorsers.
unheard ot loiTprlops.'
come at ono.
Hoctto flushes, snells of dizziness
So weak and feeble that be had to give up
The warning of doctors that he was going
Heed the warning of signs and place your
SlTei la the Tiahd of the physicians who
McDoxaep, Va., Oct. 10, 1892.
Drs. Copeland, nail and Byers: .
Gektlembx I received my medicine. I
feel better as tlio re.ult or one month's treat
ment thin I have Dor over a year. When I
first consulted yon one month ago it was
with doubt and hut little hope of receiving
any benefit, for I had grown disconrased of
ever being any better. But I must say I have
been agreeably disappointed, for the relief
has been almost miraculous, nnd I feel it my
duty toward suffering humanity to testiry
publicly to your wonderful skill and sue
cessiui methods 01 treatment.
Mas. I. J. Osxzr.
Write for the Treatment by Mali, Medi
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