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HOME AND FARM.
Tho namo "rust proof," as np)ltad
o i vnrlcty tof oftts, has no slgnl Menace.
It Is hs subject to rust as nny otlior.
IMoiity of llmo, bono meal and
Rravoly sand kdpt whoro fowls may Imvo
froo and casyncctKs, supply nialorml for
Tho stains of oil may bo removed
from paper by applying plpo-oluy pow
dered and mixed with wator to Uio con
sistency of croam. Leave tho mixture
on four hours. Albany Journal.
Hens llko to feel thcmsclveo In se
clusion whllo ocuupylntr tho nest. i
such place bo provltlcdr It will .oscn
tlio danger of stealing away and laying
In dark corners. Western Jlural.
To soften wrought Iron, first boat
It until It becomes iv low rod color, and
cool it In soft soap. Hcho.it It to a low
roil, a boioro. antt lot it cool in lime.
It is said that this truatmont makes tho
iron very soft.
Plain Doughnuts: Ono pint of sour
milk, ono teacup of sour cream, ono
tcaspoonful of soda dissolved In the
milk, and ilowcr onough to knead hard.
Lot tho dough stand about an hour be
fore frying in very hot lard. The
A correspondent of tho Jlural Home.
says tho striped bug finds its food by tho
sense of 31110II, amlany thing which will
dlsguUo tho odor of tho plants will, if
applied in season, servo as a protection.
Ho applies gypsum by sifting It over tho
plants before sunrise.
Mix a hnndful of quicklimo in four
ounces of linseed oil, boll to a good
thickness, then spread it on tin plates in
tho shade, nnd it will becomo very hard,
but may bo dissolved over tho tiro as
gluo. A gluo which will resist tho action
of water is made by boiling one pound
of common gluo in two quarts of
Bkimmed milk. Prairie Farmer.
Sunllower seeds aro especially cood
for fowls "when fed in proper propor
tion witli grains, says tho Husbandman.
They are very oily, having somowhat
the nature of flaxseed. Tho usual esti
mate of yield is a callon of oil to a
bushel of seed, and the oil is said to bo
of superior character for many mechani
cal uses, nnd when suitably refined, is
used on tho table.
Bread Pudding: For a family of
tbreo tako an earthen dish which will
hold ono and one-half (marts of wator.
In tho morning till this dish a littlo
more than halt full of bread out quite
fine, cover with milk and add ra'sins.
Let it stand until time to bake, then
salt, sweoton witli brown sugar, and
spice with cinnamon. The dish will bo
nearly full. Bake two hours in a mod
erate oven. Let It boil and whey.
Tho best and earliest grains of corn
aro those next to tho butt of the cob;
they form earlier, mature sooner, and
yield earlier and stronger plants. The
best fruit buds aro those that form on
tho first third of tho wood of last year's
growth. Hack pruning cuts oil fruit
buds, it is true, but tho fruit that is left
will bo much larger and finer on ac
count of it. Tho best and earliest cab
bage, turnip, parsnip, kale or mustard
seed aro those that grow on tho main
stem of that plant; tho laterals should
always bo rejected. N. Y. Herald.
Spread Eaglo: Having prepared a
chicken for cooking, cut oil" tho neck
and legs, and fplit it right through
lengthwise from breast to back, only
juit enough to hold the two sides to.
gather. Spread them out on a board,
dry tho insido witli a cloth, spread thorn
over with cold butter, season plenti
fully with .pepper and salt and littlo
cayenne, nnd broil thom quickly over a
clear iiro till dono, but not so much
dono as to bo at all dried up. Squcoo
a drop or two of lemon juice ovor, and
send to table very hot. Toledo Blade.
THE CATTLE PEST.
Inoculation an a Itpllnlilo Preventive of
For tho past threo years Pennsylvania
has been tho only ono of tho States in
lectcd by tliis discaso which, from timo
to time, could bo pronounced free from
it, and which could traco all outbreaks
to infection from other States. Much
of this success is duo to the plan pur
sued, an I this is practically acknowl
edged by tho fact tiiat tho special agent
of tho Governor was recently summoned
to Washington for consultation with
tho National authorities as to a course
tobo adopted by all States in a general
attempt to get rid of the disease.
As soon as tho herd is taken posses
sion of by tho Stato officers all diseased
animals aro killed and tho others inocu
lated. A portion of tho virus from tho
lungiof a diseased animal is inserted
under tho sk'n, near tho end of tho tail,
and in the course of from eight to ten
days the peculiar symtoms are, to a
very limited extent, exhibited. Great
caro is necessary in the selection of the
virus for inoculation. If tho discaso in
tho lung from which it is taken is too
far advanced tliero is dangor of blood
poisoning. If not'far enougli advanced
it will fail to tako eflcct. Thus far it has
been found to bo an ample protection.
In performing tho operation the hair
is first removed from a point near the
cud of tho tail, and with a needle made
for tho purpose a soton of woolen yarn
saturated with tho virus is drawn under
tho skin and left thoro; in about one
week more or less in Humilia
tion is shown, and in bad cases
the portion of the tail below tho inocu
lation drops ofl'; after having reached a
certain point all symptoms bubsido nnd
the animal is found to possess an im
munity from tho disease in exactly tho
same mannor as exists in an animal
which has had a light attaok in tho
natural way and has reeovorod. In three
years exporionco no inoculated t nlmnl;
although purposely exposed In some
cases to infection, has boon knpwn to
have tho disease in any shape or form.
It is claimed that this inoculation gives
immunity for a eonsldorablo longth of
time, but how long it may bo depended
upon tho Stato otllccrs aro not pro
pared to say.
It is olalmod in this way many ani
mals have been freed from all dangor,
nnd that tho saving to owners has
amounted to soveral thousand dollars.
Iu all cases it has saved much expouso to
tho Stato. After a little experience tho
oporator, assisted by a novioo can inoo
ulata forty animals per hour; nnd in
Europe, whoro it is practiced, it Is com
'liion to charge five conts nor head for
,tho oporatlon, tho only skill required
dralne in tho selection of tho virus front
'tho diseased lung. It is posslblo to eul
'tlvatu this virus, and by repeated culti
vation to roduco its power; but after
careful experiments it is not found to
bo nccosbary, and tho mutter diroot
'from tho disoasod lung is used.
Tho plan has boon adopted by the
States of Now York, Maryland, Now
Jersey and Dolawaro, and Is frpind to
be m bticcossful thoro ns horo.- .Harris
hurg (V'rt.) Telegraph.
Progress of llntlnnn XuvtRiittnn tlnrlna;
Tho most rccont feats, with conclu
sive proof, in tho now-born sctcn.ee of
balloon navigation was performed in
Franco on September 2t, 1885, by tho
young nillltnry cng'neors, tho brothers
Ilonnrd, from tho camp of Chalons,
within n fow miles of Paris. Starling
nt twonty-llvo minutes after four o'clock
In tho afternoon, tho lurounuts roached
Point du Jour after llvo o'clock, return
ing to tho camp nt twonty-llvo minutes
to six, tho sumo nflornoon a distance
of three miles each way. On this jour
ney, in tho outward trip, tho wind was
iigainst them, opposing tho advance of
the apparatus toward tho capital at tho
rate of four meters per second. Tho
revolution of tho screw was Co por
minute; Its diameter 7 meters. Tho
volume of tho balloon was 1.8C0 cubio
meters, filled with pure hydrogon gas.
Tho machino was of eight-lior.so power,
constructed by M. Gramme, with n bat
tory by Captain Ilonnrd, weighing In all
320 kilos and capable of work'ng at tho
rato given for two hours. The wholo
journoy was porforined with perfect
evenness, and tho balloon noted in n
most satisfactory manner. After tho
journey Captain Charles Ilcuard salds
"I consider tho problem of icrlnl navi
gation solved by the results of our ex
periment." A journey was also niiulo
on Septombcr 2li, 188"), with much tho
same results, tho only dill'eronco was
that tho wind was with tho rcrlitt boat
going out and against her on tho return
journoy, nnd wns light all tho time,
blowing at tho rato of one motor per
ccond. Tho distance covered was about
On November 3, 1881, Cnplalns Ilon
ard and Krobs made a balloon voyage
from Mcndon to liellaiicourt, and tc
turncd, alighting at tho point from
which tliov started in fortv-fivo minutos.
Tills was tho third attempt made by
Captain Ilonnrd with his balloon and
Bteoring apparatus, tho second having
proved a failure. Ills first attempt was
in August, 1884, with such good results
as to croato tho greatest interest in all
tho mllltai'y circles of Europe. Tho
balloon was clgar-.shapod and pointed
at cacli extremity. In tho car wero
seats for two aeronauts, and the balloon
had a directing apparatus and rudder.
Tho forco was obtained by a series of
electric accumulators of" ten horse
power, and tho balloon was operated
for four hours.
On October 2!), 1883, an experiment
took placo at the Placo de la Defense.
Courbovoic. Paris, under M. Brisson,
but tho cable apparatus failed and tho
result was consequently unsat!sfactory.
In June, 1879, Prof. Grimly and a
newspaper correspondent stnrtcd from
Montreal for Now York in the air ship
Canada, but thoy had a fearful ex
perience and enme near losing their
lives owing to tho poor quality of tho
In September, 1879. Prof. C. II. Ilitch
oll's air ship was sent up at Hartford,
Conn. It consisted of a balloon abovo
and a vertical screw, worked by hand
power, beneath, for lifting -purposes, nnd
a horizontal screw for steering. Tho
result was any tiling but a success. In
a four-mile breeze It could bo steered,
but at a little inerenso above that force
It drifted miles to leeward. -.V. Y. Herald.
HOW TO BE POPULAR.
What People. Want of Pcrnonn Who Store
In Their Sooletjr.
Nothing can bo moro cortntn than
that tho happier, the luckier, tho bettor
dressed and the gayer you aro, tho moro
people llko you. In romanco you can
throw yourselves into pcopto's arms and
toll thorn nil your woes; but in real llfo
you can't do it.
It Is not that socloty docs not wish to
havo miserable peopfo in Its whirl so
ninch ns that sail people aro out of plnco
tnoro. A merry voice, n smiling face,
a lmblt of praising tho world rather
thnn of blaming It, makes nny ono ac
ceptable. Pcoplo who can sot others
laughing aro popular. On tho whole,
no doleful person need to oxpect sym
pathy; It is too troublesome. Woe
begone folks aro not wanted. Even
strong fooling, deep thought or fervid
Bontimont is troublesome in socloty.
Light talk, agrceablo chat, subjects that
can not hurt nny body's feelings aro do
sired. If you can manngo to bo amusing
without being satirical, interested In
every thing that is said without being
porsonnl, and to dross with rood taste,
even if you aro poor, you will bo popu
lar. Wo aro not suro that It is worth
wfillo to win what is neither lovo nor
Interest, but It is hotter than to bo un
popular. And, In nny ovent, tho "dol
drums," tho exhibition of your empty
Eurso, broken heart or poor health, wlfl
c against you.
When you havo to bo wretched as,
if you own a heart, you must go
away by yoursolf and cry. If you nro
poor, tako your poverty into a dark
corner whero nobodv will seo it. And
when you can no longer bo well, go
nwny and sullcr in silence. As a gen
eral thing, all that tho people want of
you is to amuso them in some way, and
if, in all the world, you havo one friend
who truly sympathizes with you in joy
and sorrow, you havo a rnrcr thing
than the phoenix. At nil events, re
member that you can not bemoan your
self and bo popular, oven among your
own next of kin. Baptist Weekly.
AN ASTUTE TEUTON.
Discovery of Artlatln ltrllcs of Ancient
Curtilage mill Home.
Not long ago some highly artistic rel
ies of ancient Carthago wero disposed
of at an auction in London. Two of
tho finest of tlteso aro mosa'cs in splen
did preservation, caeli about three feet
square. Tho ono represents a woman
robed and wearing a crown of flowers,
with a youth sitting beside her; and tlio
othor a youth earn ing on his shoulders
an eagle. Thoo have been callod
'Peace" and "War;" but tliero seems
to bo no authority for this. Both works
nro ovidontly early Carthaginian, and
must havo belonged to a period when
Carthago hold a hiHi iiosition as a nurs
ery of art, especially in tho beautiful art
of mosaic-work, of which ancient
Greece has left not a trace, whilst tho
mosaics of Home are of a much later
date. It will bo remembered that Car
thage was celebrated for hor beautiful
colored marbles, and for tho wonderful
skill of her artists and workmen, which
wero known throughout tho civilized
world, for Carthage was a largo city
ono hundred and lorty years bctoro tho
foundations of Homo wero laid. It
is possible, therefore, that tho peculiar
art of working in mosaic may
have beon originated in Car
thage, and may havo found
its way to Homo, whoro it might havo
been p'ractieed by Roman, or oven Car
thaginian artists. But, as a rule, tho
lloiuan work is very inferior to thoCar
tliagininn. Theso specimens wero, with
many othors, collected by Count d'ller
isson from recent excavations mado in
a garden at Danar-ol-Sciat, near Tunis,
and situated in the midst of the ruins of
ancient Carthage. Of tho authenticity
of theso rolics there can be, thorofore,
no posslblo doubt, as thoy wero brought
direct from 'tho bite of the city itself.
Tho two roforred to, togothor with sov
eral other interesting specimens, wero
purchased by Mr. Edwin Long, It. A.
Whilst on tho subjoct of mosaics, wo
may mention that a valuable discovery
has just been made at Chiusi in Italy.
Whilst somo workmen wero digging out
a watercourso at tho foot 'of a lull near
Monto Vonoro, thoy camo upon a mo
saio pavomont about nine foot by six feet
in size. The centor roproscnts a doublo
hunting sceno; in tho top row nro threo
stags pursued by a hunter with a spear;
bolow is a boar followed by two hunt
ers, carrying each nn axo and lance.
Tho whole work is in perfect preserva
tion, well nnd carefully executod with
much tiro nnd spirit, and is interesting
as boing tho first plcco of mosaic pavo
mont tnnt lias beon discovered in Chiusi
or its neighborhood. Chambers' Journal,
Something About the Man Who.atPrcncnt,
Control the 'Trench riislilons."
Tlio gradual Gcrmanizatiou of Franco
has lately taken a new and alarming
departure. In tho last century, as
every ono knows, Germany, like tlio
rest of tho world, was a humble tribu
tary to tho art and tasto of France.
This tribute continued to bo paid even
while tho other kind of tribute the war
milliards was flowing in tho other di
rection. But tho current is now in a
fair way to bo reversed. It is in this
wiso: There are five leading "journals
of fashion" published in Paris namely,
La Saison, La Mode la Universelle, Lcs
Mcdcs Parisicnnes, Lcs Modes dc Saison
and La Mode de Paris. They all be
longed to the same proprietor, a M.
Tbiron, who, however, has lately died,
and tho whole concern has now been
bought up by a German! This enter
prising gentleman is making tho
most of his purchase. Take La
Saison, for instance. A German edi
tion is published at Berlin simultaneous
ly with tho French one at Paris; and as
to this latter, although tho actual print
ing is dono in Paris, the designs and
tho engravings aro all German. Nor is
this all. Hcrr Lipperhcide, tho proprie
tor, does not scruple so the French
say to puff German goods with which
Paris is nlrcndy inundated "French
silks," which nro made nt Crcfeld,
Limbach and Furth; "French textures,"
which aro mado at Elberlicld andAujrs-
j burjr; "French ribbons," which como
from Barmen, and "French cloths,"
1 from Chemnitz and Sehmoclu. That
( would bo bad enough, but it is not tho
1 worst, for, under,'cov6r of the "French
I mark," these samo German goods aro
beinrr; actively pushed thanks to the
goouofliccs of "French" journals of
fashion in Prussia, Austria and Amer
ica. Decidedly the astute Herr Lipper
hcide deserves, if all this be true, a
handsome subvention from Prince Bis
marck. Chicago Times.
Origin of a Theatrical Custom,
Tho custom of calling actors and dra
matists before the curtain is not as old as
might bo imagined. In Germany it was
the famous tragedian, Lud wig Schroder,
who, in 1780, first yielded to tho ap
plause of the Hamburg public and ap
peared before the curtain. Lcsslng de
cidedly discountenanced the calling out
of the drramntist, but did not object to
the actors appearing before tho curtain.
After Schroder hail set tho example, it
beenmo not only tho general practico of
actors to appear in response to applause,
but to express thanks in a set speech.
This, in turn, led an interesting writer
at tho beginning of this century to com
pile a book for tho use of actors in tiiis
emergency, containing fitting words of
acknowledgment for every rolo in tlio
repertory ot tho German stage. Berlin
A young man at Nevada City under
took to eat two dozen eggs at one sit
ting, but gavo up after eating twenty-one.
Collector Snltonstnll, of Boston, ro
contly refused to admit a trloyolo freoof
duty, although the Boston man who
brought It from England claimed that it
was tor his personal uso, and that ho
had ridden it onco in England. Tho
Treasury Dopartmont has just .'oversell
tho decision (if tho collector, aud sus
tained tho claim of tlio importer that tho
niaohlno had beon in actual uso abroad.
A canal sovon railos long, with a
carrying capnalty of five thousand Indi
es, has been comploted at Azusn, Los
Angolos County, Cul., to tako water
from tho San Gabriol river for irriga
Tho romnins of Mrs. Confer, who
died ton years ago noar Portland, 0
wero recently exhumed, ami fouud to bo
LrVE STOCK Cattlo-Commonf 1 W & 2
Choice ltutohors :i CO & .
HOGS Common 3B 4
(load Packers 4 40 69 4
I 8HEE1' Uooil to choice II Si 04 4
rLuuit ramuy j-i m
(MAIN Wheat No. S.red ' &
Corn No. 2 mixed ., 42 ii
Oats No. 2 mixed MiJi
Hye No. 2 Gd
HAY Timothy No. 1 11 00 12
TOBACCO Medium Leaf tl 00 ti 7
Good Lout 8 00 to U
PnOVISIONS-4'ork-Mcss 11 Oil U
Lard Prime steam I'M
UUTTKU Choice Dairy 15 C4
Ohio Creamery 20 (id
APPLES-Prlrac 125 & 1
POTATOEd-Pcr barrol 1 25 Ui 1
FLOlin Stato and Westorn....J2 15 4 2
GllA'N Wheat No. 2 Chicago.
No. 2 red Wi.&.
Corn No. 2 mixed GO ifi
Onts mixed it! ft
POHK Moss 1125 fell
LAUD Wstoern stoam.i L i
FLOUU-Wlsconsln winter t3 00 4
CHAIN Wheat No. 2 red CI
No. 2 Chlcuuo Spring- fo
Corn No. 2 40';0
Outs No 2 do
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POHK-Mcbs 10 15 Hill)
liAUU-Btcam T 60 T
FLOUK-Fomlly 3 00 (ft 3
UUAIN Wheat No. 2 Ki!gD
Oats Mixed IU '0
PKOVIBIONS-l'orlc Mess 11 25 (ill
OATTLK-l'lMt quality 4 ffi
Hoa a H
Com mixed ,,
FI,OUn-ANo. 1 ..... 4 00 4
Corn inlxud,,. ,,,,,,
OaU mixed, ,,,.,,,.,
POItK-Moss M 10
LAltU-Blcuui,,,,,,,, bOO 8
Cocoanut otiltiiro Is growing rapidly
along tho lowor const of Florida. Tho
koys from Bhcnyno Bay to Key West
contains many thousand now trees, nnd
tliero nro tons of thousands from ono to
four or fivo yoars old. Chicago Tri
bune. m ,
Hr.At.Tit ductals of Brooklyn, Philadel
phia, Unltlmoro nnd othor clllus, Indorse
linn Stak Couoit Cuiie. Twouty-flvo conts
" Was tho man tntoxtcatod who foil hi
tho circus tontlast oronlngl " naked Mrs.
Do (Iroot of her husband. " Nu, tho mnn
was nil rlRht," wna tho roply. " lie (waa
walking a tlght-ropo. "Life.
Grat hnlr, howovorcnusod, Isreitorod to
its original color by Ball's HnlrKonowor.
Persons sulTorlng from Aguo ot long
standing will find a spocillo In Ayor's Aguo
A new game of cards Is callod "matri
mony." It tho man wltiBhe tnkos tho girl;
if the girl wins sho tnkos tho man. Phila
Tuosn Nuisances. Ruoumatlsm nnd "tho
Gout, aro rollovod by Ui.un.n'b Sui.ritui;
II ill's Hair and WmsKnn Dye, Black or
" WnAT would a woman do without a
looking-glass! Is askod. Uso another's.
You can't stick a woman as oasy as that
i m i
BuoNCHiTis Is cured by frequent small
doses of Plso's Cure for Consumption.
m i i
"AKTncn" Yos, we should like to havo
you write for our paper. Addreis your
letter to tho buslnoss olllco, and It will bo
sont to you. -V. Y. Independent.
If afflicted with Boro Eyes uso Dr. Isaac
Thompson's Ey o Water. SruRRktaseU it. 25c
A New Youk newspnpor boasts that
It owns a tomahawk. Wo should judge so
from tho character of its illustrations.
Jlurllnglon Free Frets.
Think of This
Many pooplo havo neglected slight manifestations
cf humor In tho blood till tlio foul matter him bo
como so powerful as to causo tcrrlblo ncrofuloos
Boro, awful, suffering, and, Anally, as tlio system
becomes drained of all Its strength, death.
Somo havo neglected distress after eating, heart
burn, occasional headaches, and other early symp
toms of dysjiopsla, till this painful ill-cnjo Imi be
come Incurable, and tho victim barely sustains a
Others neglect that tired feeling, pains In the
back, weakness, languor, till general debility and
kidney or liver discaso becomes (Irmly Qxcd upon
thorn and thcro Is no hopo of recovery.
Bo wiso In tlmo: Hood's Sarsaparllla will cure,
when In tho power of medicine, scrofula, salt
rheum, bolls, pimples, dyspepsia, heartache, bilious
ness, catarrh, rheumatism, that tired feeling, and
any discaso or affection caused by linpuro blood or
low stato of tlio system.
lie suro to got "tho peculiar medicine,"
Sold by all druggists. Hi six for fi. Prepared only
by C. I. HOOD & CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass.
IOO Doses One Dollar
DR. JOHN BULL'S
Smith's Tonic Syrup
FOR THE CURE OF
FEVER and AGUE
Or CHILLS and FEVER,
AND ALL MALARIAL DISEA8ES.
The proprietor of this celebrated medicine
justly claims for It a superiority over all rem
edies ever offered to tho pnblio for the BATE,
CERTAIN, SPEEDY and PERMANENT cure
of Ague and Fever, or Chills and Fever, wheth
er of short or long standing. Ho refers to the
entire Western and Southern country to bear
him testimony to the truth of the assertion
that in no case whatever will it fail to cure if
the directions are Btrictly followed and carried
out In a great many cases a single dose has
been sufficient for a euro, and wholo families
have been cured by a single bottle, with a per
fect restoration of the general health. It is,
howovcr, prudont, and in evory caso moro cer
tain to cure, if its use is continued in smaller
doccs for a week or two after the disease has
been chocked, more especially in difficult and
long-standing cases. Usually this medicine
will not require any aid to keop the bowels in
good order. Should the patient, however, re
quire a cathartic medicine, aftor having taken
threo or four doses of the Tonic, a single dose
of KENT'S VEGETABLE FAMILY PILLS will
be sufficient USE no other pilL
Price, $1.00 per Bottle; Six Bottles forSS.
DR. JOHN BULL'S
SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP,
BULL'S WORM DESTROYER.
The Popular Remedies of the Day.
Pflnclptl Office, 8S1 Msin St., L0U1STILLE, KT.
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C.nam. T.nlni ;r JRSCVlW , HE
helped and cured me. fHAYFEVER J
I suffered from acute
Inflammation In my
nose and head. For
a week at t time J
could not sec. Jfrs.
Qeornle S. Judson.
Hartford, Conn. HAY-E&Vbff
A particle Is applied Into each nostril and Is agreeable
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and Hepousae. Decorate Your Home,
WScnd (or complete Catalogues. ,.
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ery pmcknae bus our Traile.rourlc nnd Is
miirkcU Fruxer's. SOUIEVJiUYWUUKE.
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INVALIDS' HOTELeSURGICAL INSTITUTE
No. 663 Main Street, BUFFALO, N. Y.
Viot a Ilospital, but a pleasant Remedial IDoinc, organized with
A FULL STAFF OF EIGHTEEN PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS,
And exclusively devoted to tbe treatment of all Chronic Diseases.
Thl Imposing Establishment was designed and erected to accommodate tlio largo number of Invalids who visit nuffnlo from
every Stato and Territory, as well as from many foreign lands, thnt they m.iy avail thoiiifclvca of the professional Hcrviccs of
the Stall of skilled specialists In medlclno and surgery that cotnposu thu faculty of this widely-celebrated Institution.
A FAIR AND BUSINESS-LEECE OFFERS TO
Wo earnestly Invite you to come, seo and examine for votirycl, our Institutions, nppllnnccs, ndvantngco and success In curing
chronic diseases. Have n mind of your own. Do not listen to or heed tho counsel of eUiptlcuf friends or jealous physicians, who
know nothing of us, our system of treatment, or means of cure, yet who never loso nn opportunity to uusicprcsent and endeavor
to prejudice peoplo against us. Wo aro responsible to you for what wo represent, aud if you como nnd visit us. and find that
we have misrepresented, in any particular, our Institutions, advantages or success, wo will promptly refund to you
all oxpotiHce or your trip. Wo court honest, sincere Investigation, havo uo secrets, und aro only too glad to ahow ail
interested and candid peoplu what wc aro doint; for suffering; humanity.
NOT ALWAYS NECESSARY TO SEE PATIENTS.
By our original system of diagnosis, wo can treat many chronlo
diseases just as successfully without as with n pirsonal con
sultation. While wc are always glad to see our patients, nnd
becomo acquainted with them, show them our Institutions, and
familiarize them with our si stem of treatment, yet we havo not
Beeu ono person In live hundred whom wo havo cured. The per
fect accutacy with which scientists aro enabled to deduce tho
most minuto particulars In their ecveral departments, appears
almost mlraculotis, If wo view It In the light of the early ntrea.
Tnke, for example, tho elcitro-mngnctlo telegraph, tho grentest
Invention of tho age. Is it not a marvelous degrco of accuracy
which enables an operator to exactly locuto a fracture In a sub
marine cablo nearly- threo thousand miles long? Our venerable
"clerk of tho weather" has becomo 0 thoroughly familiar with
tho most wayward elements of nature that ho can accurately
predict their movements. Ho can sit In Washington and foretell
what tho weather will bo In Florida or New York as well ns If
several hundred miles did not luterveno between him and tho
places named. And so In all departments of modern science,
wuui. is reijuiruu it, wiu kiuiwii'uku in cerium
n sifliw. r rora ttieso scientists ueuuco accurate con-
uloNS Or I elusions regardless of distance. So, also, in medl-
' I Aa I nnlnnnn itlmuiDliil l,n, n nn.ln ....... Id, n 1. il V.l?k
signs, or symptoms, and by reason of this fact, wo
hnve been enabled to originate nnd perfect a sys-
IA.'II UL ut -ii:i iiiuiuiH, v.n, n." K.vttuni. nttu.ui;,,
tho nature of chronic diseases, without seeing aud personally
examining our patients. In recognising diseases without a
personal examination of tho patient, vo elnlm to possess no
miraculous powers. Wo obtain our knowledge of thu patient's
disease by tho practical application, to the practico of medi
cine, of well-estalillelicd principles of modern science. And It
is to the accuracy with which this system has endowed us that
we owe our almost world-wide reputation of skillfully treating
llngerinji or clironio affect Ions. This system of practice, and
inc mnrvcious success wnicu lias ueen attnineu
through It, demonstrate: tho fact that diseases
display certain phenomena, which, being sub
jected to scientific analysis, furnish abundant
and unmistakable dnhl, to guide the judgment
of the skillful t)mctitioncrnrii.-lit in dctcrmlnlnir
the nature of diseased conditions. The most ample resources
for treating lingering or chronic diseases, nnd the greatest skill,
are thus placed within tho easy reach of every Invalid, however
distant he or she may reside from tho nhjsielnns making the treat
ment of such affections n specialty. Full particulars ot our origi
nal, scientific sjslcniof examining nnd treating patients nt a dis
tance arc cnntnliied in "Tlio I'copIu'H Common Scnao
medical Adviser." Ilv H. V. Pierce, M. V. 10U) pages and
oery(i0 colored nnd other Illustrations. Sent, post-paid, for SISA.
Or write and describe your symptoms, inclosing ten cents In
stomps, nud a complete treatise, on your particular diseusc, will
be sunt you, with our terms for treatment and all particulars.
COMMON SENSE AS APPLIED TO MEDICINE.
It Is a well-known fact, and ono thnt appeals to tho judgment of every thinking person, that tho physician who devotes
his wholo tlmo to tho study and investigation of a certain class of diseases, must become better qualified to treat such
diseases than ho who attempts to treat every HI to which tlesh is heir, without giving special attention to any class of diseases.
Men. in all ages ot tho world, who havo becomo famous, have devoted their lives to somo sptciul brunch of science, art, or
Iiy thorough organization, nnd subdividing tho practico of medicine and surgery in this Institution, evcrv Invalid Is treated
by a specialist ono who devotes his undivided attention to the particular clatd of diseases to which the ease lielonrs. Tho
advantage of this nrrangement must bo obvious. Medical science otlers a vast Held for investigation, and no physician can,
within tho brief limits of a life-time, achieve the highest decree pi success la tho treatment of every malady incident to humanity.
OUR FIELD OF1 SUGCE
pamphlets on nervous diseases, nny ono of which will be sent for
ten eetitsin postage stumps.when request lor them is accompanied
with a statement of a case for Lonsultatiou, so that we may know
which one of our Treatises to send.
wo hae a special Department, thoroughly
organized, nnd devoted culuslrclu to tho tieut
inent of Difceansof Women. Eery cabo con-
Cll.1,.1. .. ,n tliit llo. a Inlwitlmo 1... ln,... .... I
WflMFEJ I perton, is gien the most careful nnd considcr
"UfflfcH. B uto uttcntion. Important cases (and we get few
""" which hrtvi nnt iilitiiilv hnlllril ,1m nLln r, nil
the homo physicians) has tlio btnetlt ol n lull Council, of skilled
specialists. Hooins for ladles in tho Invalids' Hotel are very pri
vate, fcend ten cents In stamps lor our largo Complete Trtatlso
on Diseases ot Women, Illustrated with numerous wood-cuts and
Tho treatment of DIscnscB of tlio
Air PagHdKCN and Liuikb, such as
Chronic Niinal Catarrh, Lnryn-
gltls, BrotichitlH, AHtlimn, and
oiiHiimptloiij both through corre
spondence and at our Institutions, consti
tutes an important specialty.
Wo nubllsh threo senarutu books on Nnsnl.
Throat and Lung Diseases, which givo much valuable information,
viz: (I) A Treutiso on Consumption, Laryngitis and lJronchitis;
prieo, post-paid, ten cents. (2) A Treatise on Asthma, or I'btbisie,
giving new and successful treatment ; price, post-paid, ton cents.
(J) ATreatiso on Chronic Nasal Catarrh ; rrlce, pott-paid, two cents.
nynpepHia, " Ijlvor Complaint," Ob.
stiiiate Constipation, Chronic Diar
rhea, Tnpe-wormH, and kindred affections
aro among those chronic diseases in tlio suc
cessful treatment of which our specialists have
nttnlned irrcnt success. Many of thu diseases
affecting the liver nnd other organs contributing in their func
tions to tho process of digestion, nro very obscure, and nre not
Infrequently mistaken by both laymen nud physicians for other
maladies, and treatment is employed directed to tho removal of a
discaso which docs not exist. Our Complete Treatise on Diseases
of tho Digestive Organs will bo sent to any address oa receipt of
ten cents in postage stamps.
nnir.iiTin nincitr nnnVTrc j
Virtucy I kindred maladies, havo been very largely treated,
munLI nnrt curcg effected in thousands of cases which had
been pronounced beyond hopo. Theso diseases aro
readily diagnosticated, or determined, by chemical
analysis of tho urine, without a nersnnnl examina
tion of patients, who can. thoreforc, sonornlly bo
successfully treated at their homes. Tho study and
practico of chemical analysis and microscopical examination of
tho urine In our consideration of cases, with refcronco to correct
diagnosis, In which our Institution long ago becamo famous, has
naturally led to a very extensive practice In diseases Of tho urinary
organs. Probably no other Institution in tho world has been so
largely patronized by suffers from this class of maladies as tho old
nnd world-famed world's Dispensary nnd Invalids' Hotel. Our
specialists have acquired, through a vast and varied experience,
great oxpertness in determining tho exact nature of each case,
and, hence, have been successful In nicely adapting their remedies
for the cure ot each individual case.
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CAIITIOH I by a specialist thoroughly familiar with them, and
VMUIIUII. who la competent to ascertain tlin nynnt. nnmlittnn
I and staso of advancement which tlio dlcemsn him
mado (which can only be ascertained by a careful chemical nnd
microscopical examination of tho urino), for medicines which nro
curative In ono stage or condition nro known to do jmsftlrc liifuru
in others. Wo havo never, therefore, nttemptcdtoputupanjtliing
for general salo through druggists, recommending to euro tlie6o
diseases, although possessing cry superior remedies, knowingfull
well from an extensive oxperlsnco that tho only safo and success
ful colirso Is to carefully determino the discaso and its progress in
each coso by a chemical and microscopical examination of tho
urine, and then adapt our medicines to tho exact stage of tho dis
caso and condition of our patient.
To this wiso courso of action via ntfrihnrn thn
marvelous success attained by our specialists in
that important and extensive Department of our
Institutions devoted exclusively ti fhn trentmnnt
of diseases of tho kidneys and bladder. Tho treat
ment of diseases of tho urinary orirnnn linvltiir
constltutcd a leading branch of our practico at tho Invalids' Hotel
and Surgical Institute, and, being in constant receipt of numerous
Inquiries for a complete work on tho nature and curability of theso
maladies, written In a stylo to bo easily understood, wo havo pub
lished a largo Illustrated Treatise on theso diseases, which will be
sent to any address on receipt of ton cents in postage stamps.
INFLAMMATION OF THE iir.An.
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Graveli Enlarged Prostate Gland, Ito
tontlou of Urine, and kindred affections,
may bo Included among thoso in the cure of which
our specialists have achieved extraordinary snn-
cess. Theso aro fully treated of In our illustrated pamphlet on
Urinary Diseases, bent by mall for ten cents in stamps.
STRICTURES AND 1)RINnv VIS
TULA:. Hundreds of cases of tho worst form
of strictures, many ot them greatly aggravated
l by the careless use of Instruments in thn lunula
of inexperienced physicians and surgeons, causing fulso passages,
urinary Ustil lie, and othor complications, annually consult us for
relief and euro. That no caso of this class Is too diltlcult for tho
skill of our specialists Is proved by cures reported In our Illus
trated treaties on theso maladies, to which wo refer with pride. To
Intrust this class of coses to physicians of small experience Is a
dangerous proceeding. Many a man has been ruined for llfo by so
doing, while thousands annually loso their lives through unskillful
treatment. Send particulars of your cose and ten cents in stamps
for a largo. Illustrated treaties containing many testimonials.
Enllontio ConTUlaloim. nr n. nn
ralyNlN, or l'lilur, Locomotor Ataxia,
St. Vltua'M Dnnee, Iiiaoinulii, or inability
to sleep, and threatened Insanity, Norvotm
JDobillly, arising from ovcrstudv, excesses, and
othor causes, aud every variety nf nnrvmm ntrnn.
tlon, nro treated by our specialists for these disenses with unusual
success. Seo numerous case reported in our dltfcicut Illustrated
I We Offer
colored plates (KX) pages).
HERNIA (Ilrcach), or RUPTURE, no
matter of how long standing, or of what size,
is promptly und permanently cured by
our specialists, wllhoui tho knife nnd
without dependouco upon trukt.o.
Abundant references. Send ten cents tor
PILES, F1STUUE, and other dlscnpcs affecting tho lower
bowels, nro treated with wonderful Bticcess. Tho worst cases of
plio tumors are permanently cured in 111 teen to twenty days.
Send ten cents for Illustrated Treatise.
Organic weakness, nervous debility, premature
decline of the manly powers, Imoluntary vital
losses, Impaired memory, mental anxl(.ty, absence
of will-power, melancholy, weak back, and kin
dred affcLtlons, are speedily, thoroughly and per
To thoso acquainted with our institutions, it Is hardly necessary
to say that the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, with tho
brunch establishment located at No. 3 New O.xfoui btrect, London,
Fngland, have, for many yenrs, enjojed tho distinction of being
tlio most lurgely patronized and widely celebrated Institutions In
tho world for tlio trtntment and cure of thoso affections which
arlso from youthful indiscretions and pernicious, solitary practices.
Wc, many years ago, established a special Department lor tho
treatment of theso diseases, under tho management of somo of
tlio most skillful physicians and surgeons on our Staff, in order
that all who apply to us might receive all the ad untagts of a lull
Council of tho most experienced specialists.
Wo offer no apology for devoting so much
attention to this neglected rlats of diseases,
believing no condition of humanity is too
wretched to merit tho sympathy nnd best
services of the noblo proltssfon to which wo
belonir. JInnv who sutler lroni theso torrlliln
diseases contract them innocently. Why any medical man, intent
on doing good and alleviating Buffering, should shun such cases,
wo cannot imagine Why any one should consider It otherwise
than most honorable to euro tho worst casts of theso diseases,
wo cannot understand : and yet of nil tho other muludh-s w hlcU
nlllict mankind there Is piobnbly nono about which physicians
hi general practice know so little.
Wo shall, therclore, continue, ns heretofore, to treat with our
best consideration, sympathy, and skill, all applicants who ore suf
fering from any of these delicate diseases.
AdDCri IT Unite Most of these cases can bo treated by us when
U Urtr.U Al nUfflC. at a distance Just as well as If they were hero
Our Complete and Illustrated Treatise (108 pages) on theso sub-
jecis is sent iq nny uuarebs on receipt 01 icn cents in stamps.
Hundreds of tho most difficult operationsknown
to modern surgery nro annually perlorined in tho
most skillful manner, by our Surgeon-spcclul-Ists.
Largo Stones aro safely removed from tho
Hladdcr, by crushing, washing and immping them
nut. thus nvoidinir tho irrcnt dumrcr nt riittlnv.
Our specialists, remove cataract from tho eye, thereby curing blind
ness. They also straighten cross-eyes and Insert artificial oneg
when needed. Many Ovarian and also Fibroid Tumors of tho
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with other means of our invention, whereby tho great danger of
cutting operations in theso cases Is avoided.
Especially has tho success of our Improved operations for Vari
cocele, Hydrocele, Fistulic, lluptnred Cervix Uteri, and for Rup
tured Perineum, been nllko grutilylng both to ourselves and our
patients. Not less so havo been tho results of numerous operations
for Stricture of tho Cervical Canal, a condition In tho female gen
erally it suiting in llorrcnness, or Sterility, nnd tbe euro of which,
by n salo and painless operation, removes this commonest of im
pediments to tho bearing of ollspiing.
A Complete Treatise on nny ono ot tho nbovo maladies will bo
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Although wo havo In tho preceding para
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tution abounds in skill, lacllltles, und ap
paratus for the successful treatment ot
every form of chronlo ailment, whether re
quiring for Its euro medico or surgical means.
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