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HOW HAIR GROWS.
Its Color Reprinting on (ho Amount ol
Air Contained In Hie llnlr-Mtnft,
At birth, almost tlio onttro sitrfnco of
tho body is cover with lino, Roft lmirs.
Those fnll off and aro ropinccd by others
smaller nnd weaker than tlio first ones,
excopt ovor tho Hcnlp, tho eyebrows and
tbo oyolnshcs. Later on in lifo in soma
situations tho hairs bceomo grcntly de
veloped, especially those of tlio beard of
man, and about tlio entrances of tho
noso and cars in advanced life. The
hairs, ltko tlio nails, are simply special
modifications of the skin; mado up of
the same materials and, ltko It, subject
to many discuses. The skin Is mndo up
of cells which are at first dooply situated,
soft and spongy In structure, but as
they are pushed up toward tho surface
by the continued formation of now one?,
become hard and horny. In most situa
tions tho cells of tho skin proper b6
como loosened, and after they liavo
sorved a propor time as a protoettvo to
tho undorlylnff'parts, they fall off nnd
aro lost. Tlioso which compose tlio
hair, on tho contrary, become closely
attached to tho next one above thonl,
nnd push tho old ones boforo them In
tho Bhapo of a continuous, fibrous col
umn. The lower colls overlap live oV
six of tlioso in advance, nnd, ns they
harden, become practically fused with
Tho essential parts of n hair aro thti
root and hhaft. Tho root is imbedded
deep bjlow tliegi-ncral surfaco of tho skin
in n little sack or pocket, into which
opens a small gland that furnishes it
with a natural "hair oil" that keeps it
from becoming brittle. At tho bottom
of tho sack (follicle) is a collection of
living colls, freely supplied with blood
vessels nnd nerves. Tho outor of tneso
cells are pushod up by tl growth ot
now ones, and thus tho hair Ts started
on its wav toward tho surface. Tho
layer of sion in which tho rootis bedded
is that which contains tho coloring mat
tor that gives tho tint to tho complexion
of tho different races of men and to in
dividuals in cacti race. Henco tlid
means of coloring tho hair aro supplied
with tho materials which mako up its
primary structure. Tho shaft of each
hair is hard and horny externally, but
contains within a coro of softer, mora
spongy material, through Which nu
tritive lhrds from tlio root aro nblo to
find their way, at least during youth
and tho younger periods of adult life.
The color of the hair doponcts on tho
proper color of tho hair-colls, tho hair
pigment (which is tho same coloring
material ns tints tlio complexion) and
tlio amount of air contained in the
shaft Tho proper color of tlio hair
calls, according to its iutonsity, produces
a pule, blonde or deep-red color. Tho
brownish black coloring mnttcr gives all
shades of brunette coloration, from palo
brown to ebony black. Combinations
of these two give all shades between that
exhibited by the fairest Saxon and tho
blackest Ethiopian. Want of these col
oring materials makes tlio hair gray ami
transparent, and if thoro bo much air
contained in the outor parts of the shaft,
combined with deficiency in coloring
matters, then tho opaque whiteness of
old ago is produced. Black is tho al
most universal color, blondes being
found only among tho Gormans, Colts,
Slavs and Finn?, and occasionally among
tlio Armenians and Somites, ltcd hn'r
is found in individuals of all racos.
Tho shape of tlio hair varies; in some
it is round in tlioso It remains straight.
Those which aro oval or Hat curl in
,inany directions nnd degrees. Tho na
tives of America, tho Polynesians nnd
Malays havo tho straightcst, while tho
curliest is found among tho liuslimen
nnd negroes of Africa. Tlio Indo-European
raco, or Aryans, havo hair tak
ing a middle ground between thoo ex
tremes. Tho direction of tho hair de
pends upon that of its root. Whan it is
pormittcd to grow long tho direction
may, of course, bs changed to some ex
tent St. Louis 0 lobe-Democrat.
A Species of riant Preceded by Vint Kvol
Tlio thistlo pedigree is a long and
curious one. Tho group forms ap
parently tho central and most primitivo
existing tribe of tho composito family
and it bears in its own features tho vis
iblo marks of a vast previous evolution
ary history. Starting npparontly from
blossoms with fivo distinct nnd separate
yellow petals, like tho buttercups, tlio
ancestors of thistlehood gradually
progressed, as it seems, by insect selec
tion, to a condition somothing like that
of the harebell or tho Canterbury boll,
in which tho petals have coalesced at
their bases into a single large nnd
unitod tube. Clustering together next
into closely serried heads, like thoso of
tho scabious, tlio rani pious and tlio com
mon blue shcepsbit, tuev endeavored to
mako up for tho individual minuteness
of their dwarfed flowers by tho number
and mass collected in a group on tho
summit of each stem. In this way they
gradually assumed tho distinctive
crowdod composito form, each Horot
consisting of a tubular flve-lobed corolla,
a calyx reduced to hairs or down and a
single tiny seed like fruit Of this stage
in tlio development of tho family tho
simpler and less specialized niombor of
tho thistlo group, such ns tho unarmed
saw-works and tho Alpino saus
surea, aro now tho best fur
viving representatives. From sonio
such early central form tho evolving
composites split up and diversified
thomsolvcs into nil thotr astonishing
and almost incrodiblo existing variety.
Some of them, varying but littlo in
minor dotails from tlio parent stock, ac
quired prickly leaves and grow into tlio
thistlo kind, or devolopcd hooked and
sticky involucres, and wero known as
burdocks. Others, produoiug at their
edge a row of brilllantly-oolored nnd at
tractive llorets, which servo tho purposo
of petals for tho compound head,
branched off into all tho marvelous
wealth of daises, asters, sunllowors,
marigolds, dahlias, golden rods, ox
eyes and cinerarias. In yet otliors tlio
wholo muss of florets, central as well in
external, has assumed the rayllko or
strnpliku form; and to this group be
long tho dandelions, hawkwecd, sal
eltius, lottuccs, sow thistles, chicories,
nipploworts and oatsoars. By far tho
most successful of all tloworiug plants
tho composites havo taken possession in
one form or anothor of tho wholo
world, and among tho entlro wealth of
tholr extraordinary diversity there is no
group more universally fortunnto than
the common thistlo. What from the
purely agricultural point of view wo
describe us a very persistent and almost
ineradicable weed, from tha higher bio
logical point of view we should mora
properly regard ns a dominant aud ad
mirably adapted spoolas of plant. Tho
one conception is merely narrow, prac
tical and human; tho other is positive,
philosophical and universal. Long,
Personal nnd Household Cnsti Honk as
Kept by tho Avcrnjrn Woinnn.
"You should koop nccount of yourot
ponsos so im to know just whero tho
monoy goes." A harmloss appearing
remark enough, full of evident good
sonso nnd practicability, but, alasl tho
unfortunnto and inoxpor'oncod rcclplont
of tho wlso counsel littlo realizes what
pitfalls and sloughs of despond are bo
foro hor. It seems tho oasiost thing in
tlio world. All ono tins to do Is to set
down in ono column tho monoy she ro
colvoo, nnd in nuotlior tho various
amounts spoilt from timo to time, nnd
so at tho end of tho week add both, bal
an co them nnd it is done: but the
troublo is, It never, novor docs como
out right by any clianco, nnd thon tho
In n certain literary society of ladles
not a thousand miles from lioston, tho
subject boforo ono of tlio meetings was
'Household Finance." Thoso who at
tended it, did so with tho hopo that
some royal road to success would bo
rovcalod. Tho Introductory paper was
a humorous sketch describing ono
woman's efforts to keep her
accounts. It mny seem liko
tolling talcs out of school, but in the
open discussion that followod ono lndy
after another described hor own efforts
and failures. Tlioy all heartily ap
proved of tho idea, nnd started at tho
beginning of cacli year with noble reso
lutions and clean blank books. Ono
never could mako tho list of expenses
reckon twico nltko. Sho figured up ami
found a certain result, thon stio reckon
ed downward with n different conclu
sion; thus sho found liorsolf no wiser
than at tho outset. Sho considered ac
counts tho most aggravating, irritating,
confusing things imaginable. Another
lady, who had chargo of a largo and ex
pensive household, In her desiro to
know whero tho bountiful supply of
money went that passed through her
hands, undertook a regular system of
'double entry book-keeping "and mado
fa botch of it," sho frankly confessed.
She honestly mado up tlio deficit regu
larly from her own purse. If any of
tlio members present wero successful in
'in book-kcoping experiments they wero
not public-spirited or courageous
enough to "speak in meotin' " and tell
how thoy did it
A very systematic young woman, n
tstudentat one of our higher schools, said
lone day: "I am sure ono of tho serv
ants must havo stolen monoy from mo.
I miss ovor throe dollars. I am very
strict about my accounts and put down
ovory thing carefully. I am sorry to
suspect the girl, but I am driven to it."
"Possibly you havo forgotten to noto
some item. .
"No. it is not nossiblc. I am verv
"You put down that half a dozen
jpockct-hnndkerchiefs you bought Satur
klay, of course?"
A blank look came over her face,
which quickly changed to ono of horror.
"And the lace?"
"Nor that either."
Tlio very foundations had civon wav.
and her faith in tho infallibility of her
account being destroyed, its value was
Tho Imsbands and brothers lovo to
twit tlio women-folks a littlo on facts,
but would they tliemso vos do any better
under similar circumstances? JJo they
ovor koop strict account of trilling do
tails of personal expense, or do they
sum all small matters cigars, newspa
pers, car faros or any unaccounted for
deficit undor tho comprehensive head
of "sundries?" A persistent woman
devoting herself to her nccount would
rack her poor brain to recall tho items,
and consider that convenient "sun
dries" as shirking tho issue.
Then seo tho advantage tho men liavo
in tho mnttcr of pockets. Supposo they
were limited to two or tlirco of thoso
useful nppendnges, artfully hidden in
draperies, instead of tlio twenty-fivo or
thirty, moro or loss, which appertain to
tho suit of tlio avcrago business man.
How would thoy find room for tlio bill
book, memorandum-book, stylographic
pen, cigar and match-caso, business
cards, bunch of keys, clinngo-purso and
,all the other impedimenta? A man
clothes himself in the morning for tlio
day's occupation, once for all, and has
the needful conveniences always
at hand; whilo his wifo makes
nothing of changing her dress several
times a day morning dress for home
duties, second best street suit for er
rands, afternoon dress for rccoivinr or
street dress for making calls, etc. Her
note-book aud pencil are suro to bo for
gotten among tho changes, and will not
be ready when wanted.
1 In business lifo vouchors and no
counts aro presented and paid by checks
at sUtcd intervals, and remain as evi
dence of tlio completed transaction.
Clerks nro employed to attend to the
books, nnd devote their whale attention
to that department It mny bo a com
fort for the discouraged sisterhood to
remember that women mako tho best of
professional book-keepers, and aro em
ployed in many of tho largo mercantile
establishments by wido-awnko men who
know what tlioy are about, and would
not put up with inferior help from mo
tives of (false) economy. These find
women quicker, moro observant of do
tails, moro accurate than men, and cor
tainly equally honest A defaulting
woman cashier is yet an unheard of in
dividual, and may it always bo so.
Mary Winchester, xn Good Housekeeping.
HAD BEEN FASTING.
Story Told by a Colicky Colored Man Who
Hadn't Kitten Any Tliliif
A nogro, in groat pain, sont for a
physician. Tho doctor, upon arriving,
"Havo yon been eating any thing cal
culated to hurt you?"
"Oh, no, sail, not or tall."
"No, sah, not or tall."
"Woll, toll mo what you did yostor
day." "Wall, sah, yistorday mornin' I wont
down tor mer daughter 'Tildy's house.
Sho wnn't at homo, an' I sot 'down tor
Walt fur hor. Whilo lookin' or arouu' I
seod or big watorinolou in or tub o'
water an' I tuck it out undent it. Don, ox
'Tildy didn't como I wont obor tor Unk
Ab Mooro's iiouso. Da war, oatln wator
milon an' I j'lncd in, Artor dls, I wont
down tor do cotton w'ar-houso. Foun'
orha'for wntormllon on or box, an' oa
it 'peored tor bo sufferln' I oat it. I
como homo 'bout dls timo, but or. Idldn'
hab no apportlto fur dinner I wont nut
an' got mo or wntormllon. Erbnut or
hour artor dls 1 wont obor tor Unk Hill
Gray'Ban1 ho'p om oat somo wntormllon,
Datrs orbout nil. No, sah, didn't eat
nuthin' tor hurt mo, loss It wuz or
couplo or mush-mllons dat I oat las'
night. Hole on or inlnlt. Lomtuo see,
Oh, yes, I did cat orbout or dozen your
a' b'lled co'n an' orbout or luifer pock
o' poaches," Jrkansaw 'li-uveltr.
A Thing to Bo Avoided.
Don't gush. Avoid oxtremes, and
gush. Don't oxnggorato tho signifi
cant of trifles, don't describe inolo
hills ns mountains. If a raindrop wets
your fnco, don't say tho storm was ter
rible) if a person Is pollto to you, or
docs you a favor, don't immediately
coneludo that ho adores you and would
dlo for you; If, on tho other hand, ho
seems somewhat unnfTuslve, don't infer
that ho hates and would liko to kill
you. Approclato all good things, but
don't sontimontnlizo ovor them. Don't
run when wnlklng would bo iust ns
woll, and probnbly bettor; and don't
just pour yourself out when, porhnps,
ft might bo just ns well to contain your
self. Gush is doubtless enjoyed by an
Individual hero and thoro who Is him
self cffuslvo, but by tho world In gen
eral it is considered as ono of tho things
to bo endured with othor nflllctlons.
A qulck-tomporcd but self-possessed
bull got on tho railroad track at Madi
son, Conn., tho othor day, nnd wouldn't
got off when tho Newport express enmo
along. Tills is not tho usual chestnut
about tho bull and tho locomotlvo, for
tlio train stopped ralhor than try con
clusions with tlio animal, and n brake
man was sent to got tho bull off tho
track. Ho succeeded romarkably well,
but tho bull was mighty closo to his
heels ns ho skipped ovor tho nearest
fence. Hartford Host.
At ono of tho loading hotols of El
mira, N. Y., tho waitress accosted a
guest with the query: "What kind of
meat will you havo, salmon or hot
Ma. T. S. MiLLKit, Burffoon-Genoral's of
fice, rocommonds Rod Star Cough Cura.
Dr. It. Butler, M. A., Cnmbridgo Uni
Torslty, England, sayB St Jacobs Oil acts
An ndvortlsor in ono ot tho papers says
that ho has a cotta;?o to lot containing oight
rooms and an aero of land.
BtJCKiNonAM's Dyo for tho Whiskers pro
duces, In ono application, a poriuanout
Wo havo us"d Ayor's Aguo Curo,nnd havo
found It invalunblo in malarial troubles.
A wiiip makes tlio horse go, "monoy
ninkos tho niaro go," and a green music -melon,
piclclod, makes tho mungo.
Look Sharp I It is timo to begin when
your skin bronks nut in pimples to uso
Glenn's Sulpiiuii Soap.
Hill's Haih and Whisker. Dte, Black or
Evelina wnnts to know what "chest
nuts" aro. Other pooplo's jokes. Evlo,
door. Other people's jokes. tiotntrvllle
An inforior articlo is dear at any price.
Ronieniberthls.andbuy Fruzor Axlu Grouso
A collector of curiosities wants to got
tho original brush with which tho slgas of
tho times wore paintod. .V. Y. Herald.
Oxvons Cure. Throat, lung, nervotii dis
eases. Book free. Dr. Uopport, Cincinnati, O.
An oxehnnge tolls about n sailor who
was trlod for assault Ho turned out to
bo ono, too. Jiurllnylon Free 1'rett.
Best, easiest to use and cheapest. Plso's
Remedy for Catarrh. By druggists. 60c.
The evil consoquences of BtnoWnp; ore
illustrated by Mt. Vesuvius, which con
stantly suffers from eruptions.
Cincinnati, Sept. 23.
LIVE STOCK-Cattlo-Cnmmoiil fi'l i i 2",
Choice llntchcrs a 40 Hi. :i 11)
HOGS Common 0 8') it, 4 Wi
Good Puckers 4 43 & 4 To
SIIEKP Hood to choice 2J . 4 Ul
rXOUIt Family a -M 5 il 40
No.llreil TO!', , TO
Corn No. '1 mixed ft 40
Uu's Ka. it mixed 2" fit sh
K)e-Nn. 2 & M
HAY Timothy No. 1 11 00 (n,K U)
aOHACCO Medium Lour. U DO in T 40
unod i.cr. bin '. n in
PHOVISIONS Fork Mess 10 TS MU.Otl
I.nnl-l'rlmo Stcnin Ti Tfj
BDTTEK Choice Hairy 18 v. 2u
Ohio Creamery 23 tf. M
APl'LES l'rlmo 1 2." 1 GO
POTATOES I'cr barrel 1 23 & 1 03
FLOUR Stale and We-tcrn.... 2 15 2 IX)
QHAIN Wheat, No.2 Chicago.. & M5
No. S red Sl!oR S:i
Corn No. 2 mixed 40 if, 4T
Outs mixed Oi (it w
P"HK Mesa 1150 4JI1 T3
LAUO Western Btcum to (I 70
FLOUH Wisconsin winter tf 1)0 4 00
GUAIN Wheat No. 2 red T2!4ii Vi'i
No. 3 CMcuko Spring & T3'(
CornNo.2 'Jnji'A T,'i
Oats No. 2 23 di 2ia
Kvo & 4b;,
POHK Mess 0 3.3 & W
LAUD Steuiu ii 1 as
KLOUn-Famlly fl 00 Q. 3 65
GUAIN' Wheat No. 2 80JT SI
Corn Mixed 45
Outs Mixed 31 ii i
PROVISIONS Fork-Mess 12 50 il2 T3
Lard Konued G H 50
CATTLE First quality 4 00 & 4 50
HOGS 0 ts au
Wheat No.2 red $ T4'J
Corn mixed i 3T
Oats mixed a 20
FLOUR-ANo. 1 $ 4 00 4 50
GRAIN Wheat No, 2red in T3
Corn mixed 41
Oats mixed 27
rOHK Mess 10 T5
LAllO-Steum 8 W)
No Words of Ours
Can tell yon the benefit you will derive from Hood's
BirtnpurllU, It you are In need of a good medicine.
It will strain all Impurities from the blood, route
the torpid llrer. Invigorate the digestive oivant,
and Impart now Ufa to every function of the body.
We only ask yon to try a nlnglo battle to prove tbe
positive merits of Hood's Sarssparllla, as an honest
and reliable medicine.
" My daughter rocelvod much boncflt from tho use
of Hood's Sarsaparllla as an oxcellent tonio after a
protracted attack of bronchial pnoumonla." F. II.
Auaus, New Hartford, Conn.
' I can not find words strong enough to express
my fcollng In favor of Hood's Sarsaparllla. It has
done every thing for rae, curing me of dyspepsia
with which I had suffered many yoars." Mils. S. M.
Bkkde, Marbluhoad, Mass.
"I havo used Hood's Sarsaparllla for a blood
purifier In ray family several years, and can not
speak too highly of It." J. K. Collins, l'lqua, o.
Sold by all druggists. Hi six for K. Mado only by
C. 1. HOOD & CO., Apothecarlos, Luwoll, Mass.
IOO Doses One Dollar
A Reraurkulito JCacupe.
John Kuhn, of Lafayette Intl., had a very narrow
scapa from death. This Is his own story: "Ono
year ago I was In tho last stages of oonaumntlo...
Our best physicians gave my easo up. I finally got
so low that our doctor said I could not llvo tnonty
four hours. My friend then purchased a boltla of
1)IU WM. HALL'S UALSAM roll TUK I.UNOS, which
benefited me. I continued until I am now In per
fect health, having used no othor medicine."
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY
For I.lTer, nils. IntUgeitlou, et. Ir from Usreuryi
contains only rure vugolabU Jagrixtlenls. Igeat-.
(JUAJ. W. CIUTTKMTUH, WEW VUltlC
FRENCH DECORATIVE ART DESIGNS.
fNsw method of decorating Silks, Satins, Vases,
laoueo, Lampshades, etc. Can not bedetccted from
ana. painting, KaiUy applied... Send for nrlcodUt
and lull diredloni. UOVVMAN rf BHOS.,
, lft Maltt fttrnst, ClucUaaU, Ohio,
DR. JOHN BULL'S
Smith's Tonic Syrup
FOR THE CURE OF
FEVER and AGUE
Or CHILLS and FEVER,
AND ALL MALARIAL DI8EA8E3.
Tbe proprietor of this, eelobrated medicine
joitly claims for it a superiority ovor all rem
edict, ever oflered to tho public for tho SATE,
CERTAIN, SPEED TT and PERMANENT enre
of Ague and rover, or Chills and Fover, wheth
er of ihort or long itandlng. Ho refora to tho
entire Western and Southern country to bear
Mm testimony to the truth of the assertion
that In no oaie whatever will it fall to cure if
the directions are etrietly followod and carried
out In a gToat many cases a tingle dote has
been sufficient for a cure, and whole famlliei
have beon enred by a single bottle, with a per
fect restoration of tho gonoral hoalth. It is,
however, prudent, and in evory caso mora cer
tain to euro, if its mo is continued in smaller
doiei for a week or two after tho dieoaie hat
been checkod, more especially in difficult and
long-standing caiei. usually this medlcino
will not require any aid to keep the bowels in
goodordor. Should tho patient, howovor, ro
cmlro a cathartio medicine, after having taken
three or four doses of tha Tonio, a slnglo doso
of KENT'S VEGETABLE FAMILY PILLS will
be sufficient USE no other pill.
Price, $1.00 por Bottle; Six Bottles for $5.
DR. JOHN BULL'S
SMITH'S TONIC SYRUP,
BULL'S WORM DESTROYER.
The Popular Remedies of the Day,
Principal Office, 631 Main St, tOUlSTIU.E, KT.
Cures and Prevents
quicker than an? known remedy. It was the first
anil Is tlio only
ThntlnMnntljr stops the most excruciating pains,
allnys Inflammation nnd cure Congestions wheth
er or the LunK Htomach, lluwcls, or other stands
or organs, by ono application.
No matter how violent or excruclntlnsr the pain
tho llhcumntlc, Bedridden, Inllrm, Crippled, Nerv
ous, Neuralgic, or prostrated with diseases may suf
fer, HADWAY'S READY RELIEF
will afford Instant cae.
Thirty to sixty drops In half tumbler of water will
in a few minutes euro Cramp, tipnsm. Sour Mom
ach, Nau-Ptt. Vomiting, l'alpltatlnn of tho Heart,
Malaria, Chills and Fuver, Valntncss, Heartburn,
Blck Ileaduche. Diarrlnra. Dyi'ntery, Colic, Wind
In the Dowel and all Internal l'aln.
PlHy Cent per llottle. Bold by Druggists.
DR. RADWAY & GO., N. Y.,
Proprietors of Itmlwiiy'n Hnmnnnrllllnn
Kesoltentiinrtllr. itad way's rilii,
DK.. XX. XX. GrXJE2UV dh SOUS,
8DAClnllsta far Eleven Vwirs Print.
Hare treated Dropsy nnd Its complications with the
mot wonderful success! use vegetable, remedies, en
tirely harmless Kcuiove all eyiuptums of dropsy In
eight to twenty days.
Cure patients pronounced hopeless by tha best ot
r rom the first dose tne symptoms rapidly disappear,
and In ten dus at least two-thirds of all t inptuui are
borne msy cry humbug without knowing anything
about It. Remember, It uoes not cod j uu anything to
realize the merits or our treatment for yourself. In
ten days tlio cllUlcultjr of breathing Is relieved, tne
pulse regular, tlio urinary organs mado to discharge
their full duty, sleep Is restored, the swelling all or
nearly gone, tlio slrengthlncreased, and appctltomade
good, wo aro constantly curing cases of lung stand
Ing, cases that have been tappet, a number of times,
nnd tho patient declared unable to llvo a eet. Oho
full history of caso. Name sex. how long aflltcted.
ho w badly swollen and w here, are ho wcls costive, hat e
legs burstcd and dripped water. Send for free pam
phlet, containing testimonials, questions, etc.
Ten days' treatment furnished f rco by mail.
K-illepay (Bis) positively cured.
If you order trlahscnd lo cents In stamps to pay
postage, n. it. oh r.ux .v, h(i.'k. k. !!.
260 Marietta St., Atlauta, Go.
JO Have HCM.TH the llvrn MtiOT nc Mjosjqrn.
liillelitbloKemwlr lor Liver Complamti and HlicaueU
by odcraruted or torpid condition of tha Lircr. u Dvt
wpfia, Conitipttlon, Biliouincu, Jaundlco, Headache.
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ADIIIII Morphine Habit Cured la J
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Mrs. F. Oats, of 'Shumuwi, 111, writes : " When
I had uyed Ur. I'creo'n 'l'nvorito Prescription'
ono weclc, I could walk nil over tlio door-ynrd,
nnd I could Ret Inton wuron nnd tide two miles
to too iny iiclBlibon. I had not Ix-cn nhlo to walk
nut In tho donr-vnrrl for nlv timntiia a nn i,.imi.
tho ' Fovorlto Prescription ' two weeks, I rodo In a wairon ten
mllcsi my nclRlibors wuro all surprised to soo mo up nnd Rolnr
About and helping to do my honvswork, after iloctorlntr
with tlilrtcen ol tlio boat pliyalclnn ivo could cot
anil tlio Inst ono told my husband Hint 1 would never bo ublo
to do my Iiotisowork any more. 1 nm llmnkfitl to my (lod that
I wroto to you, for I lind suirercd f rom ' I'emalo Weakness' until
I had almost etven up In despulr."
Mrs. F. E. Wilcox, FrttmhMp, JV. r., writes:
"For llvo or six rears I had been bntlly troubled
tttlf Ii fntnnln wnnlrtinoB nml 4naii1n nn Ihh .
PlIH B.'.'.!0 small of my buck nnd pit of tlio Rtomnch.
rAIW. Tlirco bottles of Dr. l'lcico's 'Fnvorlto 1'rcscrip-
mmmmmM tloil ' nctptl liko n phnrm. nnd nilrfvl mo .nfn.
plctcly, to my groat Joy."
nov.Btnmv CTiAyia, Gnlicn, Michigan, writes:
"I wish, In this letter, to express my Rrntitudo for
Mrs. Davis nnd myself for tho irrent good which
lias l)crn nccompllshcd In her enso by tho uso ot
your proprietary medicines. When sho tx'Kuri
In tnltn them. In .Intntnrv Inftt. nha cnllhl not pa.
diirf'tho least Jar, could wnlk ut n very fow steps nt a time, nnd
could stay up only about thirty minutes nt a time. Now she not
only sltn up nlmost the entlro day, but enn wnlk nroiind, call on
her neighbors, two nnd tlirco blocks nwny, nnd not feel nny
Injurious effects nt all. When wo consider flint she had kept her
lien uio RTTOtcr Pnrl nI "c mo ior lour-
n -, I teen months, nnd would Kno repeatedly tha
DuU'rAoT I if'vnnco sho hnd mndc, her proireM now si'rms
iiwrvi'iuuK. to iihii nunosL iutt. conwienco
In metllcnl nrnetlllnnorB. nnd ndvrrtlscil rrtmv.
idlos, hut have found In your Dr. IMcrco'i
1 Vnvnrlfn 1'rrcr.rlnflit. ' nnrl 'lnllo.o l,i
properties needed, and which wo bclicvo will brlnn; about o
comiilcto and llnal recovery."
I Frio UniiTUo I
I I UU IIIUII I llwst I
TREATING THE WRONG DISEASE.
Many times women call upon their family physicians, ono with dyspepsia, another with palpitation, nnothcr with backache, or
ti"iti annua nllnfMnn n It It nntti Imim n-m1 t ! .! t.. sl.l !. !).... s ..ln. i.. ji t at.i t . m
, they nro
....... .... ... ... .......... ., .... ... DiiutuiiH I'uMuiib it uv iviivi, ma iiuuani ivui7.u iur niu uuiiiy, iniibiiiciii, mm otiierconipucntiuiia
Millie. A nronor lUnaieltin alnf!tfl In tlio (Milta, urmil.l nophnna nni'ii fmtlmlv mmncnil tlm fllonn... (linil.lfl.lltiiilnMni.Mrn lnrt.l
. n.1,.1 n.i.V. "- - -I"" '- - ' "-'- v u.ov., ...... UJ. ..U1.IUII VUllllO.l iUOWUU
VI f t V4VIIS VV lilialj
II..I.U.IO.H.M, ''" ,,. K , "vv "v tiiiriu, uiiu hi iiim hut viiuv uu iiitH;iiL uuku mj inuinsc'svtjii mm i-iiuircaay-ROiiijj; anil
uuuiur. wpuniiu uiiu uieniiut uibwisi's. lorwnicn nt prcflcnueB ins iMiisnnu potions, nfiaumitiK tnem to nc such, when, in reulltv
all .symptoms caused by somo uterine disorder. While tho plusfclan Is Jjrnorant of tho cfttisc of HUtTerlnir. ho oucourntrt'fl h.j
lint II In rim lit Ma ntn lilnrln whnn flis-i en fTtlr tintlAH Inttn tm..M Vii. hnl.,.l.l.. ... j i. .i.i... a & 1... i n '
"Female Wonltncms" Cured.-Mrs. SAnxn
A. I.ovEt.Y, Greenfield, Adnlr Co., Iniea, writes:
It. V.I'ieiice, 31. D. Dear Sir "Havinfr been ill
ii number of years, nnd having tried in vain almost
cverv advertised rnmedv. n well na linvlnir tinid
nnnrlv n llllnflrril rlnllnra in mil- lnonl nlivafplnna.
without benefit. I was flnnlly Induced to consult you. You ud
vlsed mo to send for your medicines J nccordlnply Dent for your
'Medical Adviser." six bottles of your ' Golden Jtodfcnl Discovery,'
six of your ' Fnvorlto Prescription,' nnd six vials of your Pleasant
Puwitlva Pellets.' When I llrst bejran usinjr thoso I could not
stand on my feet. In ninety days I could walk n mile, and do
light housuwork; whilst In six months I was completely cured,
nnd my health has remained perfect over since. I recommend
you nnd your medicines wherever I po and loan your 'Ad
viser' to my friends. Two of our most prominent physicians
who hnvo read your frrcat work 'Tho Peonlo's Common Senso
Medical Adviser.' pronounce It tho best family doctor book they
hnvo ever seen."
Mrs. fJAnor.TXT- tlvnnfl- mrnrr Dilc nrtiVA rmilfi
I SI rcctst, Halifax, y.S., writes: "Dr. H.V.PiKitcr,
I T thnnlr flm, nml tlintilr vmi n Hmiicinrl tfmi.c
TlllUVO lfor t'10 relief that your vnluablo medicines, tho
I nailnO. I ' Favorito Prescription ' and ' Pellets ' have irlven
mo. 1 am nerfectlv cured of n chronic sickness
that had troubled mo for years. How my heart Is overflowed with
Joy and (rrntitudo towards you, my tongue can never express."
Mrs. V. II. PETEitsow, of LocUport, JV. 1", had
suffered for thrco years from "fomalo weak
ness," was jrreutly emaciated nnd "nil run down "
n3 sho CTpressed it, and Dr. Picrco's "Favorito
Prescription" nnd "Golden Jlcdleal Discovery"
nromDtlv cured her. na thev have thousands of
I A Thousand!
I "All Run I
Mrs. E. F. MouriAN, of Newcastle, IAncoln Co..
Maine, sajs: "Flvo years bro 1 was n dreadful
BiilTercr from utriino troubles. Havinir ex
hausted tlio skill or three physicians. I was ccn
nletelv discountired. nnd so wrnk 1 rntild with
aa tliilli'liltv rrnwi llwi nwtn nlnnn. f liomiti tnlrlnv
Dr. Picroo's 'tavorltc Prtsurlptlon' and tislnR the local treat
ment recommended In his 'Common Henee iledlcal Adviser.'
I commenced to Improve at once. In three months I was per
fectlii cured, and havo had no tumble since. -I wrotn a letter to
my family paper, brictly mentloiilnjr how iny litnlfli hnd been
restored, nnd oHcrlnc to send tho full particulars to anyone writ
ing mo for them, ami Inclosing a statnped envelope for reply. I
havo received oer four hundred letters. In reply, I bau de
scribed my caso nnd tho treatment used, nnd liavo earnestly
advised them to 'do likewise.' From n frrcnt many I hnvo re
ceived second letters of thanks, stating that they hnd commenced
tho uso of 'Fnvorlto Prescription,' bad sent tho $1X0 required for
tho ' Medical Adviser,' and had npiilled tho loral treatment so fully
nnd plainly laid down therein, and were much better already."
n,.T..t. irs. llCJmT tattehson, of JVtm J'orK City,
UuuTuK S I writes: "I had been tinder nn eminent phy-
I slciiin's enro for eight months for what no
MICTIVC I called 'spinal disease." I became worse during
IlllulUnba nil this time. when, nhnnrlntr in urn n rvmv i,r
I I)r. i'inreft'H 1 illnl Ailviser nf. flin rrfllilpn.v.
of n friend, I read that part devoted to 'Woman and her
Discuses.' I soon liecnmo convinced that my disease was a
uterine affection, which, as you say, caused sipnpathcttc back
ache. Inwnrd lever, nervousness, anil Rcneral tlcbllitv. I com
ineuocd the use of Dr. Picrcu's 'Favorite Prescription' and
'flolden Medical Discovery,' applylnir also tlio locnl treatment
which ho rccniiimcnds In tho Aavhcr, and in thrco months I
was well and strong."
For " worn-nut," " run-down." dcbllltntctl school teachers, milliners, dress-makers, general housekeepers, and over-worked women
generally. Dr. Picrco's Fnvorlto Prescription is tho best of all restorative tonics.
?" Dr. Picrco's Favorito Prescription Is not n "Cure-all," but admirably fulfills a singleness of purpose, bcinjr
MAT A ta most potent Spcclllo for all thoso Chronic Weaknesses and Diseases peculiar to women. It Is u powerful,
IsUI A Imtnnnil na nrnll ,, iitn.lnn tnntn nml nnn'fnn. nml tmnnrta vlrrni nml ctmtifrtli tn tin. whnlo Rvctnm.
Oiinr in "1 II promptlv cures nausea and weakness of stomach,- indigestion, bloating, erticUittnns of gns, nervous pros-
I UUrlL'SLL. I tnitlon, dobilltv and sleeplessness. In cither sex. " Favorito Prescription " l sold by druggists under our ohI.
in 1 llvo iriinrniitoo. For conditions, seo wrauncr around bottle, l'rlce Kcduccd to 81.00 per Itottlc.
or bix uottics ior $b.uu.
EVERY SN VALID LADY should send for "Tho People's Common Sense Medical Adviser." In which over fifty pages
" nro devoted to tho consltleratlnu ot diseases peculiar to women. Illustrated with numer
ous wood-cuts and colored plates. It will bo sent, post-paid, to any ncldress for Sl.TiO. A largo pamphlet, treatise on Diseases ot
Women, profusely illustrated with colored plates nnd numerous wood-cuts, will be sent for ten cents In postage stumps. Address,
TVCHri'S THSPENSAIIY HIEDICAI, ASSOCIATION, No. GG3 ITIatii Street, BUFFALO, N. V.
LIVER, BLOOD AND LUNG DISEASES
I A Bad I
IO. W, Lotz, Irtttlhommc, La., writes: "For four
years I suffered from liver complaint and attacks of
bilious fever; loss of itppetlte, nausea, constipation,
sometimes diarrhea, pain In tho back of the head,
right 6lilo and under tho shoulder-blades, ftilltic.es
after eating, general debility, restless nights, tonguo
After taking lour bottles of 'Dr. Picrco's Gold
Discovcry' und 'Pellets,' I Hnd I am us well as 1
Bamantita Gaines, Zoefcpnrf, JV. I"., writes : "For
six or eight years previous to 1SSU. I hud been troubled
with a severe puin In tho small of my back, also
ncross my shoulder-blades, with considerable bloating
of tho stomach from wind; was so nervous nt times
I could hurdlv sleco: also troubled with dizziness and
hard breathing spells. I was Induced by my steii-daughter,
Mrs. Warner, of Oleun, N. Y to try tho 'Golden Medical Dis
covery.' Tho effects were marvelous. After taking thrco bottles
1 was entirely cured."
S. I.. FisnER, Sidney Plains, N. Y writes: "Dr.
It . V, Pjekue, liuffulo, N. Y. Dear Sir 3ly wlfo suf
fcreu for several years from general debility. Sho
hnd becomo a confirmed invalid. Tho physicians
.villi uilt:ilu(;u uu iuunu ui iivi. uci, uiiu lb di;iiiui. no
If sho must die. On readimr ono of vour 3Icmorun-
dum Dooks, it occurred to mo that your'Oolden Medical Discov
ery ' might help her. 1 procured a bottle, and, after Its use, a
change tor tho better was noticeable, and utter using flvo bottles,
sho was a well woman. I havo recommended It to several, and In
uvcry case. It has produced good results. I can never feel too
grateful to you for tho saving of my wife's life."
o i.ivcr sjiBone. .meruit mjiekt, i.q., urorr-
GIVEN UP IPlst, of Jirf siirlim Ala., writes: "illss Kliza.
Tfl IllC in year with a severe airectlou of tho liver, butwhert
IU UlL. Blip Wns at tho lowest, sho bought threo bottles
EaKaaaMaafcl n P 'bullion Mrillniit lllsprivprv' fpnm mn. nml.
although before using tho medlcino Mio was given up to die by
nil the attending physicians, her father ussurcs mo that sho
has now fully recovered."
Sirs. Caiiownb Simmonds, Medina, A". I", writesr
" I have been troubled with symptoms of malaria,
tvtih foi'f.!- fnr tlirno vpnN. lint nffnr Heine- thriv.
rClftTR I bottles of your Golden Medical Discovery" nnd
rL.IL.lU I'Plensiinfc Puifrattvo Pellets,' 1 am happy to Buy
thnt. 1 am entirely cured, mid to-dav 1 nm ier-
fectly well and able to do my own work."
Dyspepsia. Lucy A. Wood, Tniylor'a Store.Va
writes: "Alter many years of great buffering from
tho evils of dyspepsia, 1 was induced to try your
'Golden Medical Discovery,' nnd I cannot express
tliu gratitudo I lrcl lor the great good It has dona
mo. I do not stiller nnv Dain from eatlnir. and I
enjoy lifo as well as an j body cun wish."
Mrs. CimTls IloouE, West Enosburq, Ft.,
writes: "Two bottles of your 'Golden Medical
Discovery 'cured my cough aud chronla diar
rhea. It has worked liko a charm In my caso.
It is truly wondcrlul. I walked over a inilo
last week to recommend your medicines."
"THE BIiOOD IS THZS MFE."
Thoroughly cleanse tho Wood, which Is tho fountain of health, by using Dr. Picrco's Golden Medical Discovory, and goofl
digestion, a lulr skin, buoyant spirits, vital strength, and soutidncbs of constitution will lie established.
Golden Medical Discovery cures oil humors, from tho common pimple, blotch, or eruption, to tho worst Scrofula, or blood-
E olson. Especially has It proven its efficacy in curing Salt-rheum or Tetter, Fever-sores, lilp-Jolut Disease, (scrofulous bores and
enuuiUUBt fiuiuiifivu uuiuudi iuiu miviu utwasx
Isaac Gibson. Kenwood. Pa., writes: "My
wlfo is getting well fust. When she began to
uso your ' Golden Medical Discovery,' our best
doctors in Indiana County said sho would dlo.
Thoy said your mcdiclno would do her no
cood : that sho hud an ulcer on her liver as large
es half a loaf of bread. Well, sir, to our surprise, when Bho began
using your 'Golde.i Medical Discovery,' sho commenced spitting
up phlegm for some two weeks, und then commenced spitting up
corruption and blood (It looked Jlko what comes out of n blood
boil) for somo ten days. Sho now has becu well for weeks."
Bolls and Cnrbunclcn. J. Adams, Esq., TtiedoT Ohin,
writes: "1 havo used nlno bottles of your 'Golden Medical Dis
covery,' and tho result la I nm to-day free from bolls and carbun
cles for tho first timo in many years."
Constipation and Ulcer. Mrs. A. D. JonxsoN. aeorae
toicn, iij., writes ; " Tho ' Golden Medical Discovery ' relieved mo
at onco. I bad a very bad sore on tho buck of my left hand for
llvo months, nnd it cured that, as well as constipation and Indiges
tion, from which I was suffering very much."
Mrs. A. L. Conf, Hadley, Crawford Co., Kan
sas, writes: "My sou, aged fifteen years, was
taken down last January with swellings on his
right shoulder, left hip and knee, ilo lay help
leas for flvo months, when great nb9cescs
formed, four of which continued to disohurcro
at tho time bo commenced using your ' Golden Medical Discovery '
under your advice. Now, after having used four bottles of tho
Discovery,' he is nlmost well and wnlks three-fourths of nmiio
to school every day. A scrofulous soro on his arm, which ran
constantly for two years, has healed completely under tho lnllu
enco of tho remedy named."
" Fever-Sores." Ma 1. n. CnAWFOnD. Zfrni Grow, Bucna
Vista Co., Imca, writes: " 1 am the person who wrote to you two
years ago for advice respecting fever-sores on my leg. I took six
bottles of your 'Golden Medical Discovery ' and was cured."
Scrofulous Tumor and Soro ryes. Mrs. S. E. GitAT.
DON.of Grceiiuwx. S. C, writes : "My daughter bus been entirely
cured of scrofulous soro eyes nnd n largo tumnc on ner neck, by
tho uso of your 'Golden Medical Discovery,' I havo great lulth la
all your medicines."
CONSUMPTION, WEAK LUNGS, SPITTING OF BLOOD.
Discovery cures Consumption (which Is Scrofula of the Lungs), by Its wonderful blc
perties. For Weak Lungs, Spitting of lllood. Shortness of Ilrcath, Drone litis, Sev
It Is a sovereign remedy. While It promptly cures the severest toughs it stn
its wonderful blood-purifying, Invigorating
Dcvcru lougus, ABaiiuu, umi
strengthens tho system and
. nun i
kldnev troubles, etc. and was reduced so rnnidlv that my nhvsl-
clans gnvo mo up. Thoy wero unnblo to help mo tu tho least.
At that timo I weighed but ninety pounds, und bad not been ablo
to Ho down, but had to sit up in order to breathe. I had been con
lined to my room tor six months, expecting to die. I was so bad
nt times that I could not ullow nnv nno In como into mv rnom.
as I could not talk ; nor was I ablo to walk. I picked up ono of
your memorandum nooks on tho floor or tlio uotci
whoro I was boarding, nnd after reading It I began
tuning your 'uoiucu aietucni iiiwoverj, "no. tne
llrst bottlo brouirht ma around so that I could walk
around tho room all day, I soon began to build
tin. and trained so rnnidlv that ltnstonlshed inc. I
have taken no othor medlcino since then, and havo used perhaps
twenty bottles in all of this medlcino. I mopped taking it in
August, ono year ago. I feel that it has saved my life. I now
weigh about M) pounds, and I think, ami my friends with mo,
that th1 medlcino saved my life. It certainly Is worth Its weight
In gold, and I consider It a wonderful remedy from its effect In
curluif all my aliments."
and nutritive properties.
Tho nutrlttvo 'properties of cod-liver oil aro trifling when compared with those possessed by Golden Medical Discovery.
It rapidly builds up tho system, aud increases tho llcsh and weight of thoso reduced below tho usual standard of health by
A Wonderful Care. Daniel. Fletcher. Esq..
.-i,...-..-l :-.,-:. .7- .. :!....,. u ::.. i.. .t .. .--
i UKiuLXiir. .iiiwf.. wiiicet; iivmiy nvu jiuib u&v a
I was taken sick with a disease regarding which tho
I thrco physicians who attended me wero uuablo to
I uirrco. Ono of tho foremost nhvslclans In lioston
' called It a tumor of tho stomach, and treated mo for
that, nearly killing mo with physio; another, a hotiucoputhlo phy
sician, thought I had consumption. When tukcu sick. I weighed
134 pounus. suuerea xruui ti ueuvy cuugii, nigut-Bwcuis,
Consumption Cured. W. J. Hartley-,
Vera Cruz, Ala., writes: "I met with nn old
friend of mine not long since, and he told mo
ot the very low suite of health ho had been lu
and bo applied to our best doctor, but grudu-
illt. .vtviur wnrui litnloi lila t ra.fituinnt via m
. MIIJ BU,T .... .... ..... V. . .. ...,..., .. v
(luceu to a SKCIClon, liau ll icurjui cuuuu unu whs iuuiiUb iu
havo consumption. Whilo In this low stiito bo mado a visit to seo
Ills relations, and while rn a distant town, ho purchased a bottlo of
medicine culled, 'Dr. Picrco's Golden Medical l)iscacry,' and
took It, and by tho timo It was used he was as well as ho ever
hud been. When I saw him, ho looked to 1k In tho bloom ot
health. His statement caused a great col of imiulry, as ho Is u.
man of high standing."
.Tnsr.pn V. MnFAnLANn. Athens. La., writesr
"My wlfo had frequent bleeding from tho
lungs before sho commenced using your
lioiiien Aieuirni iiiscovcry. one uus not
hnd any slnco Its use. For some six months
sho bos been feeling so well that ehu has
Consumption Cured. J. Anthony Bwink, DonffnTit.in..
writes: "For llvo years I Buffered very much from n terrlblo
cough and debility. Moro than a ear slnco I commenced to tuko
your 'Golden Medical Dlfccmery,' and It has completely cured
mo, I thank you for the bplendld health I havu slnco enjoyed."
Ctolden Medical Discovery Is Sold by Prugfrlsls. Prlco $1.00 per Bottle, or Six Bottles for $5.00.
WORLD'S DISPENSARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, Proprietors,
No. 663 Mails direct, UUITAIO,
No Rope to Cut Off Horses' Manes.
lejcoruca " r.i;ft.im-!BA" siai.i-
jcm una jiniuiiti coniDinru,
can not ba Hipped lr tnr hurto. Huv
fluuBilcnuBujrii.rfcui mu u.o.
ree, on receipt of HI, Sold by all
tree, on receipt ui na duiq uy an
haddlorjr, llardwara and llaraeii
Dealer,. Special dlicount to the
3 ride. Vtr fiend fur i'rlced.Ut.1
riumnnDi 1 Biioneat poma
time. New, lululllblo rnucdy. Nottparllcia
pal.i or ai'lf-deiitxl. Par when cured. Ilaudiomo
hoolilrce. 1)11. U. J. WKATIIKItlir. Kama, city, Mu.
NlWI.AWan)cera' pay from
IrmninUiluna t lieaertara rclltiv.
.1. p.Biia.1 tnuincreaiBi exueriencudjyaarii
liuccca or no fee. Wrllo for circular, aud lawa.
' A- W. UlUiOUmUK & SON, UlBCUluall, Ohio.
riso'a Ttemedy for Catarrh la tba
Beat, Enalcat to Use, and Cheapest.
Alio good for Cold In tho HeadH
Ilea Jache, Hay Fever, Ac Hceuta.
thlaSlata to aoll WIIK
11IO HCLLElt- 11IO 1HIIK1TH.
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Itf UI. fclUI!
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mwalaa hum HJU uuLUkUteu.iij,!,
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