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* nostrils andN
er. Says the
attention to t
with .rash) that a
Ueas suoh cases, and
this attention, cannot
his duty to his pa
serious fact about these
-out of the very intimate
bewaeen the ear and the
E006 of the bony wal which
nte arna l es in direct
Okt MAimbrane of the brain.
erts ofthle weU are so thin-as to
t. There are also open.
'It for the passage of nerves
and often parts of it
tuting-through arrest of develop
p~aurulent innnmations of the
extend readilyf to the brain-the
so, the younger the child. These
nase similar -mfiammation of the
4 . embrafnes, inflaminatIn of large veins
and abscesses O the brain.
early one-haf of the latter are due
this eese, ehrnio inflammation of
itself perhaps only in
-&Woc-being vastly more
acute.- You' (om.
NA4betp Cologne Water.
only perfume which never seems
any and which leaves no un
tang behind it-in that of cloge
whih stimulates w ile ithe
enseqand suggests a pleasant whole.
ofsay: siokish sweet
as te best of-extracts and essences
a d U are apt to do. We do not
course the cheap and common
akwater of the diuggists, which is
ymuch worse than none at all
tleave, after d ing, the smell
sugar whero itlhas been used
,it'is made of the poorest spirit,
y without subsequent dis
on; without regard to the fact that
ul the strongest proof or rectified
to dissolve the combined oils
~prywhate the process of distilation
*4r e~ .ze Indeed with no trouble at
\'~~,aiyone can make in her own store
*ft#abetter aertiole of cologne than that
'.** Issually bought, by thoroughly
*~4it~Iua fluid drami of the oil of her
~~~,orange and rosemary each, with
4#U dram of neroli and a pint of rec
;Aespirit. As good asocan be made
Sutof cologne itself, however, is also
quito as comfortably prepared at home
e thes chemist's-at so much less than
chemit's prices that one feels war
ii ed n fiit freely-simply by mix
with one. qur frectified spirit,
SwoiuId dramns each of the oils of ber
4~ampntand lemon, one of the oils of
andhbalf as mutch of that of rose-.
A Mogether with thiree-qua1-ters of a
-weoli..and four drop each of
Sthe essences of ambergi and musk.. If
this Is subsequently distilled it makes
What may be called a perfect cologne,
butit it becomes exceedingly fino by being
o hpt tightly stoppered for two or three
' inth~s to ripen and mellow before use.
*-ur per'e Bazcaak.
Couldn't Think of Such a Thing."'
Anewspaper man in Nevada was
$t41h a story which'had for its heroine
oneof 7bsold nlames, who had the good
dIuek to escape marrying him. His wife
e't the breakfast table was insisting that
she herself should-be introduced in the
\okof fiction as a charming creature.
*ehusband demurre~d, sayig his i
ijg~jalonwas notequal to te task. The
~Jolrdebate was carried to the door
She was leaving for the office. His
*~.stepped out and cried after him as
reached the sidewalk : " Well, I
ed" upon your mar-rying me in
~ ouldn't think of Much a thing, my
*" responded the hieartless man,
his coat and striding away.
hreturned at noon iii lunch the
of hi pov~erty was in the iowest
of ' sso, and ready to weep
~'" tethe matter, dovey ?" cooed
~~ of public opinion.
?" whimpered dovey- " mat
plague take it. Wen you
~way this morning, and I calledi
yo that you must marry ma
in that wretched story--I didn't
tn you had gone that Mrs. Jones
her head out of the window and
Brown on the other side was sweep
othr porch. B~oth of 'em looked
af s wit ye li esauc rs and I w a
tey muast think that I bluahed up
roots of my bang and -rushed into
It wasn't ten minutes till I
Jones-I was looking through
till iaaw Ms. Jones glide
8own's, and she stayed there
.t 6Is.sur. to be all over
u*a hot married."
Zhw ourg~ who keeps
ada friend of hu
ere raising to holp
ome ofte perse-.
Mo~!se listened at
titn sidthat nothing
Rwbast releve a dis
btthat ohari~ be~gan
* Nafaoro of a orn
an Austin Israelite
otm~thy man, but In
of Jews inoRussia
Jew wbo is suffer.
the chairmnan of
~the becst, and
as e aght
bhat hey are used in some 0
ce nthe edges of wounds an41
MAts. nts heads are presented to the
Out surface6 which thefa with the
aen theirb ae out14
leaving a whole row of them to hold the
lesh. They are oheaspw than stioking
plaster in some oountraes.
As an illustration of their ingenuity
md intelligence, it was stated that they
iometimes excavate tupnela under rivers
)f oonsiderable depth and width, and
so the tunnels for tm" 0 u .
les. They dig wells wenty feen deepp
od a foot m diameter for drinkin -
water. The harvesting ants plant sees
)h farms, which they oul ivate with
care and neatness koeplng every
Wee down and harveding We gram,
mring and storing it safely in weather
proof cavities in the soil. They also
Drganize into divisions with commandors
ach individual doing a certain kind of
work. Some ants are smart enough for
spgineers, while others only know
enough to do as they are told. They
can count and make correct estimatea of
the magnitude of an- undertaking, as
pro observrs. .
Eight chrysolides often callod the
eggs of ants) were pl d in a path
where ants travel. A single individual
found them and undertook to remove
them to their home. Several were car
ried by the single ant tiently enough,
but when twenty chrsolides were
placed in the heap, another ant was
found engaged in the work. The pile
was increased at intervals till eighty antf
engaged in^the undertaking, showing
that the workers were detailed accord
ing to the demands of the cases. Ants'
battles sometimes last many days, in
one nase seven weeks, the victors finally
taking the stores and removing them to
their own houses. Their wars are
qbite as justifiable as those of men,
when the object-pillage-is the samo.
They have the power, too, of knowing
members of their own communities
even after six-months' absence. Stran
gers are always driven 6ff or killed.
They are very helpful to each other, and
show sympathy in case of accident or
sickness. Some families of ants build
arched roads covered by an arch of clay
or mortar for protection against ene
mies and show great skill in the work,
whicli is under the supervision of trained
engineers, who order a rebuilding if the
work is not perfect. Some kinds of atls
keep cows, build cow-yards, and milk
their cows regularly, and don't throw
milking-stools at them either to make
them " give down," but stroke and
pat their backs very tenderly. Of
oourse these cows are the plant aphides
so familiar to farmers and gardeners. -
Prof. . AS. Morse.
True Love's Sore Trials.
The proverbial villian, whether intro-.
duced to the public in the pages of the
society novel, or, with halting and uncer
sai srides, challenging attention before
the footlights of the stage, only attains
the zenith of infamy when the brutal
betrayal of a trusting heart Is fastened
upon him. In the catalogue of his
orimes there may have been written
arson, burglary and murder, but these
offenses are dwarfed in the more absorb
ing Infamy involved in the betrayal of
the trusting heart that was lured by the
subtle influences of fair speech or the
attractive exterior of a rich and costly
habit. The female counterpart of the
villian is pronounced whimsical, fickle
and underserving, but the poor man
whose heart palpitates in unison with
her queer humors is regarded as a dolt
for his devotion.
.A story comes from Altoona which
will serve a good purpose if it directs
attention to the palpable partiality of
this public sentiment. A young man
resident of that mountain city has been
in the habit of testifyig his devotion to
the idol of his heartb conducting her
regularly to the door oT the church she
patronized and then waiting the con
clusion of the exercises to escort her
back to her home. These attentions
seemed satisfactory to the lady. But in
the spirit of reform the City Coyneil
enacted an ordinance .making standing
at the church door a misdemeanor char
acterized as "dloafing," and instructed
the officers of the law to arrest and com
mit any offender against the statute. On
the succeeding Sunday night the young
man in question took his accustomed
station. The minion of municipal
authority warned him away, but, with
an earnestness worthy a better girl, he
refused to desert his post. For this he
was arrested, committed and compelled
to spend the night in the calaboose.
.Upon his release he hastened to the
side of the charmer for whose sake he
suffered the indignity but she vowed
the disgrace of his Incarceration had
wiped out the love his constancy ought
to hare magnified. Then his aunt, from
whom he expected a rich Inheritance,
took a similar view of the affair, and an
nounced her determination to cut him
out of her affections and her will. Thus
the young man has been completely
crushed bythe whimsical maiden upon
whom his afetions centered, unless the
suit against the city-which he thireatens
to institute--should reach a favorable
The Use of Wealth.
There are thousands of rich men who
are not skinflints who have the reputa
tion ci being so, Loause they have never
been known to have done any special
good with their money. A man who is
worth $50,000 can do more to make
himself loved and respected by all with
whom he comes in contact, by the
judicious expenditure of a thousand dol
lrin charity, than by giving the whole
Afty thousand dollars after he is dead.
It seems as though it would be mighty
small consolation to a millionaire to leave
money to some charitable purpose, after
death, and be so confounded dead that
he couldn't see the smiles of happiness
that his generosit had created.
Suppose a millionaire who has never
had a kind word said of him except by
fawning hypocrites, who hope to get
some of his money, should lay out a
beautiful pak wot a million dollars,
and throw i open free to all, with walks,
drives lakes, shade and everything.
On't ppose, if he took a drive
it him ad saw thousands of
beving a timue and all look.
herN be taeet for him, that
codb ate up and' that
as oUows :
Sk(. to see
whio Pa6I1 here
the Gres. He carried a
worA ta out knots with. There is an
Apple ard half a mile off. The boys
IP bal In it - after that there ain't
hap es. he ninister's son was
licked morning for going a fishing
on Sunday. He caught lots of fish, and
says he is going again next Sunday. I
think I ke the minister's boy a good
deal. Send me some marbles as soon as
you can, also a jack-knife and a top.
Two of us boys left a piece of wet soap
at the head of the stairs just before day
break, and by the time the cook got to
the bottom she was too sick to get break
fast. We haVe prayers reg'lar every day,
and the teacher reads out of the Bible'
but I don't think it's so bully as playing
tag in a hay loft.
From your affectionate son, SAMUR,.
Guesses at the Truth bya Chinese Em
- peror, 1658.
"Lying is the first resource of ignor
ance ; but what shall we do when we do
not know the truth? Be silent." "I
love to admire the manner in which
nature confounds our ideas of the great
ness of human industry and baffles all
the resources of our penetration I How
difficult it is to admire worthily I Is not
a small insect, a blade of grass, more
worthy of our admiration than any pro
duction of human hands " " We spoil
children by our puerile cares for their
health. We have, alas I too many wants;
whyshouldwe increase them " "Heaven
provides for the wants of men according
to the places in which they live." "I
prefer to procure a new species of fruit
or of grain for my subjects than to build
a hundred porcelain towers." "Every
one desires health and loves life, but no
one practices temperance and frugality.
They invent pleasant remedies, which
they imagine will cause them to digest.
Eat little and you will digest much."
" I attribute my good health to the fact
that I drink nothing but water, which I
distill myself. "-Nature.
CATTLE are now shipped from Pitts
burgh to Philadelphia in fast trains, in
order to comply with the law which for
bids the keeping of live stook in cars
over twenty-four hours without unload
ing to feed.
Tnx St. Louis (Mo.) Post-Dispateh, at
the close of a long article, says : In fact,
St. Jacobs Oil is pushing all other reme
dies out of the field, and, excellent
though some of the linimner ts, formerly
offered are, the efficacy of St. Jacobs Odl
is magical in cases of sciatica, rheu
matism, pleurisy, neuralgia, nervous
headache, lumnbago, and scores of other
dihorders ; while in the case of sprains,
burns, or injuries it is an absolute pana
cea, and for general use is better than
the advice of many physicians. "A
word to the wise is sufficient."
TrlE first coins of the United staites
were struck with the poirtrait of Martha
Washington, Mr. Spencer, who cut the
first die, copying her features in his
medallion. WVhen General Washington
saw the coinis lhe was very wroth, and
before any hiore were struck off the
features of his wife were altered some
what, andl a cafp placed on her head, this
being the original of the present Goddeso
Well Indorsed b~y Our Own Citmens.
No matter how useful anything may
be in itself, good indorsements seem to
increase its usefulness greatly by insur
ing a wider field for the display of its
special merits. We were thus impressed
in view of the following statements re
ceived by one of our representatives from
the leading individuals connected with
some of the largest enterprises in our
midst. Among others whose testimony
was freely given was W. H. Stearns,
Esq., Master Mechanic of the Conn'
River Rallroad, residing at No. 28 Boyl
ston street, who observed :-St. Jacobs
Oil has had remarkable effect among the
men employed here. One of them jammed
his arm very badly, and by the use of
St. Jacobs Oil was greatly benefitted, and
the arm was healed. Another used it for
severe rheumatic pains in the knee, and
p~ronounced the Oil a complete success as
he was cured by its use. Mr. A. B3. Taylor,
of the "Ray &Taylor Manufacturing Co."
tras pleased to say: "My aunt, Mrs.
Pillsbury, of Mount Chair, N. J., while
visiting at our house tried St. Jacobs
Oil for rheumatism and neuralgia, and
found immediate relief everq time. She
pronounced It the best thing she had
eves tried for the trouble. Mr J B.
Weston, 45 Greenwood street, Supt. Car
Works, Boston & Albany Railroad, thus
addressed our reporter: "I am one more
of the fortunates who have had the good
luck to hear of that wonderful remedy,
St. Jacobs Oil. I had rheumatism in
the shoulder severely and could find no
relief until I used the Oil. I applied it
and must confess I was surprised at the
results. I am almost well and expect to
be entirely so in a few days."-Spring.
field (Mass.) Union.
Luar HOOPER. says that Adelina Patti,
though she is forty yocs old, looks ten
years y "unger. 3 no doubt, will
declare &- che is 'a y.m~ -ounger
than she h~oks. ?- :dor. e 'the dif..
ference in the w'orll who a the age.
The "4-..jg* w *' r Youth"
May be retained by a. ng Dr. iiIos -' j4er-~.
ito Prescription," a speed o. to no r
plaints." By druggisLm.
"S-A-A-y, father, I learned something
new at school to-day." " What was it?"
" I learnedl to say ' Yes, sir,' and ' No,
ir .' " " Did you ?" " Y-a-a-s."
Ab stage are quickly abandoned with the
comipletion of railroad,, so the huge, drastio,
oathartjo pills, compOsed of crude and bulky
medicines, are quickly abandoned with the In
troduction of Dr. Pierce's "Pleasant Purgative
Pellets," which are sugar-coated, and little
1arger than mustard seeds, but composed of
hig Iy concentrated vegetable extracts. By
Tan. London Timee makes fun of
Americans for calling luggage baggae
Et is not lngged, and should not b
Luggag. It is not baged and should
it bbga. Trunkg is the right
Da. 1. V. Pra5en: Dear Btir-Death was
hourly empeoted by myself and friends. My
navston onn - m d.es ceup
hed ="a .
Toeise~t190 SI j5Not~
btof iH, 01 a ~ s Ae
dos not incrase sine as the
".with us. While the old
- b? de$AWeby, , ol4a z
is ruil )4neh 4 1i
,~~~ to,- W
graua gerts dry. Wj;,it bis A~ to
shdtit 4ow satouad the *, And the
repte rubs itself against t -earth or
the rook in the WM and turas the up
per part over the, and the loijw part
over the thrtTe it commenoes to
glide d the glass case, all the time
rub itself against something until
the en skin s worked off. Sometimes
this takes three days ; occasionally they
i rid of the incumbrance in a few
. I don't believe they have a bit
of intelligece For ad I feed them and
care for them, they would as lief bite me
as any stranger. I can handle a good
many of them safely, but it's only the
kmack of the thing-not that they won't
ite, but that they can't get the
ON of the fools of this world is h4
who puts his fingers on a buzz saw ta
determine if it is Ptanding still.
erattiude eyoud xapre"eIeu.
HAxpoN 0. H., 8. C., May 2, 1881.
H. H. WAanzq & Co.: Bir--The result oi
your Safe Kidney and Liver Cure in my case ha
been astonishing, so much so that I can find nt
words in which to exps my indebtedness tU
you. W.Y. W. H. PanNTIs.
Wx never could qUte understand
whya "on e4 man is h ol&Ast wod
h VoMarOha, MihO.L wM
send their Electro-otA O Belts and oth.
Electrio Appliances on trial for thirty da to
any person afficted with Nervous De bity,
[ost Vitaliy, and kindred troubles, guarantee.
ing complete restoration of vigor and manhood.
Address as above without delay.
P. 8.-No risk is incurred, as tbirty days
trial is allowed.
PEDDLEn.- ' Mornin', 1r. Waggles.
Hinjoyin' yer mornin' pipe hafter lasi
nipot's ,t. rm ?- I b .ard you and youl
wile haviu high words as I passed ti '
o'clock." Mr. Waggles (a reprobate)
" High words, wos it? More like lov
langwidge, I calls it"
KIDNEY-WOAT radically cures biliouages,
piles and nervous diseases.
As wiE have only a ghost of a navy it
is meet and right that Admiral Portei
sbould bo an Inspector General.-Phila
(Icj)hia Bulletin. In- connection witi
Porter we might further add that it
wvould be meet and drink; but to be
sure, the navy takes water. ---New YorA
Uom mercial Advertis.w
In this issue appears a new advertisemnen
of the DR. HARTEn MkD1CINE COMPANY
aniufacturers of the justly celebrated IRoi
TONIC, endorsed and recommended by thi
medical profession. As a general tonic, anl
esp ecialy for Dyspepsia and Generail De
bil ity, it has no equal, having been thor
oughly tested and recommended as havin
virtues which no other tonic possesses.I
Is certainly a valuable reme dy, judging frorm
the satisfactory testimonials from prominen
persons it has received.-Cincinnati (Ohio
Tam meanest coward in the world i~
the man who, with a crowd to back him
resorts to tar and feather.
Pon dyspepuia, Indigestion, depesion o1
spirits and general debility, Inteir variou,
forms ; also as a preventative against fever and
age and other intermittent fevers, the " Ferro
Posphorated Elixir of Calisaya," made b3
Cauwell, Hazard & Co., New York, and sold by
all Druggists, Is the bebt tonie ; and for patienti
recovering from fever or other sickness, it hat
HAWTHORNE is supposed to be derivec
from the red fruit called haws, and has
from an Anglo-Saxon word meaninj
PA RCH EDi anid swollen lips inidicatte wVorzmi. S9inluer'
[idianiV.' veinifumge wt i troy andi eject thmese deteatabi
ciii dr i uthe intes.'tiniea, thus~ restoring thme child I
IENRY'4 CA RBOLIC isAJVE~
is the BEST SALVE for Cuts, Bruisos, Sores, Ulcer
Samlt Rhbeum, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblain,, corns
rnd alii kinida of Skin Eruiptions, Freckle, and Pimplem
(let HENRY's (CARBOLIC SALVE, as all ethers ar
counmterfeite. Price 25 ce-as.
lilt- OREEN'M 0XYGENATED RI'TTEft,
s ihe heait remedy for Dyspepsia, Blilousnmess, Malarim
to.ition and Diseetaos of the ilood, Kidneys, Liver
l'R No'S CATA RRH RNUFF enires all affections ofth
'nur:n's meotmbrane of the hevid anmd threat.
JDR. MOTT's LlVvER PILTiE are the beet Cathiarti
FROM' tMaine. tom Mexico, thme farmers speak ini praiw. o
thme greatL me'iilumal worth~ ot' Fontz's lforr'e anid Cattle
Powder-s. Thmey .jpeak from expmerienmce.
IN one hand of a corpse the Lapland
ers place some money to pay the fee of
the porter at the gate of paradise.
We admire the philosophy ot the unfortunate
mlatn, who, when overythinug had been swept
away, said, " wVell, ther'll be weather and taxes
left, at any rate." Alas! weather is the " yellow
dog" of all subjects; everyone thinks it his
special right to try to better the wVeathJer, and(
hurls his anathemas against "iold Probabilities,"
and mll who endeavor to aasist him In regulating
the weather. Tfhe following communication is
from P'rof. Tice, or St. Louis, Mo., the renowned
meteorologist and weather prophet of the Wecst.
It (1oe8 not dIscuss the weather hut something
surtely of more importance to those who suffer
with that painful malady hie speaks of: "The
(lay after concluding my lectures at Burlington,
Iowa, ore the 21st of Decemiber last I was seizeed
wIth a stadden attack of neuralgia In the chest,
gving mee exeruciatli pain and almost prevent
Ii blreathing. My Pulse, usually S0, fef to 25;
intense nausea of the stomach succeeded, an i a
cold, clammy swveat covered myantire bo dy.
The attendn lu hystefa an could do nothing to re
lieve me. - eor sufferini for three hours. I
thought -ns I had been uin 8-r. JIA(on'. Or , with
god eftect for rheumamtic pahis-I woul ti' it.
Isattirated a piece of flannel, large eumong to
cover my chest, with the Oil. andim a pplied It. The
relief was almost instantaneouts. in ('ne hour I
was entirly free from pain, and would hiave
taken the t ini to fill an ar'polntmenit that ntIlht
ha- nmeighbo'rng townt ha m iy friends not isa.
suaded mle. As aIt was. I took~ fle i0 4 hut train fo: 'n
home, In St. JAnibs, anid have not been trouoa
oo e eved gra with
9.0 estem "Alwa e was e ready
S ,smad handy for
Seaweed Tonic, and
When taken as directed, will clease the whole system,
tesfore the appetite, make the food digest easily and
muse it to nake new and halthy blood. In this way
the system is put in a condition that renders it possible
for the ,lungs to beat- in Consumption, and In no ot her
way can this disease be oured.
Before anything can be done towards a aute the stom
ach and bowels must be cleansed, ho that the food t hat is
taken will digest and make healthy blood. Emaciation
or loss of gesh In Consumption, Is always caused by a
tack of nourishment, and nourishment tan only come
from well digested food. To attempt to stop a cough
when the lungs are diseased is always danget eus.
To try to A'op night iiweats without building up the
general system by well digestud food is useless, and is
many cases the medicines given to relieve these symp
loms are the cause of death,
is inherited, o it may be brought on by Dyspepsia or a
diseased and inactive liver. In either case it is usually
developed by a heavy cold settling on the lungs. If you
are liable to the disease from any of the causes we .have
mentioned, write your name and addreas plainly on a
postal card and mail it to us. We will send you
FREE, POST PAIDf
A copy of Dr. Schenck's Book on Diseases of the Lungs, i
their eos, Prevention and Cure. This bod is the
result-oU many years' experience, and gives a full do
scription of the disease in all its various forms,
DR. J, H. SCHENCK & SON,
Do not produce sickness at the stomach, nausea or grip.
.ng. On the contrary, they are so mild and agreeable in
their action that a person suffering with a sick headache,
sour stomach or pala in the bowels, is speedily relieved
of these distressing symptoms. They act directly on
the liver, the organ which, when in a healthy condition,
purifies the blood for the whole body. It
They are a perfect preparation of that great and well. tt
known remnedy, Mandrake or Podophyllin, a remedy A
Ihat has displaced the ase of mercury, as well as many -
uther poisonous drugs, in the practice of every intelligent
Prof. John King, of the College of Medicine, of Cincin
nti, say.: "In 'Constipation it acts upon theo howels
without disposing them to subsequent costlvenes.s. In
Ohronic Liver Complaint there is not its equal In the
ehdle ranige of medicines, being vastly more useful than
mercurial agents, arousing the liver to healthy action, ur
increasing the flow of bile, and keepIng up these actions h
longer than any other agent with which we are nc- 0
quainted." (See American Dispensatory, page 720.)
In all oases of Liver Complaint or Dyspopsia, when
there is great weakness or debility, Da-. Scieek's I
Seaweed Tonte should be used in connection with
Dear SIr: In the autumn of 1877 I had a severe cough, .
with terrible pain In my sides and( between my shoulders. '
I had very little appetite, and what little I cotuld eat only
distressed me. I consulted physiclans, who said mny con- .
dition was a very bad one and gave tme five dizferenat cough .
syrups and tonics, from which I received no b.'nettt, but:
seemed to grow worse and kept loaing 1ie-hl .ad
strenigths I h ad night, sweats, anad sweat mosat of the hanme .
during the day. I coughed and raisedl blood and a salt
foamy philegin ; my throat was tilled with ulcers, Icould
hardly swallow.; sometimes I could not speak a baud
word fo~r weeks; mny lungs grew more ,eaai every day
with difficult breathing, while pleur- lay painsi would
almost stop my brehih. I had colte pains, sour atoamacha
and vomiting up every thing 1 ate. My wh ole body was
filled with pain. I conuldrnot lie down, but hal to adinie
in a sitting posture to bireathae.
I gave up and did not think of evet getting uip i.ah as
it was hard moving myself; an feet anid anlen. begnan to
swell badly, and my lipe had given, out lon~g be.for .. .
s In this sinking condition, ithouaght I wouid try yonr
remedy for consumipti on ;it might dio me some good ; it 3
could do me no narm, for I was certain I couldi not live a
tmonth longer the way I was1
At that time, )ray, 1878 I procured y..ir P:alnmonio
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from the lungs a greenish yellow rmatter streaked with
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. Icould eat a little without throwlng it up, the pas in
a my sIdes were not so severe, I could sleep an hour very -
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I took your medicInes steadily six months, my cough
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'I began to gain flesh, and last September weighed one
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I have had better halthb the past winter than for ten
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CaIatstLI, Mass., April otha, 1880.
From Springfleld, Mass.
CONSUMPTION CAN BE CURED I
Da. J. H.8Bcusxcx:
Dear Sir: About sixteen years ago, while living in
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anad a dry, hacking cougha My ciaest and back wea e very (
weak. atid so sore that I could not bear amy wveighia .
against the back of a chair. At different times I raised
consaderable blood, wvhi ch my physi clan said came from
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anid the last one thtatl I ad also said that I could live but i
a short time, and that I had better go to my mother's
houie in Winastead, Ct.. as soon a~s I could that witha ~
careful naurtuing I might live for some time. 'CVhen I got
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mot her sent for her doctor, Hie protnounced me baeyoaad '
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said would rehaeve my worrst symptoms. Alter this, my
rnot her eaanployed anoather doctor, who said tiintt otie of
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*11R8. iJH'AS. W. PLUM M~It
April 29th, 1881. 274 Main St., Springfiold, Ilaas. Tpy
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i6th Regiment Maine Volunteers, Army- of the Potomase.
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