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Counteracting Ansesthetlcs.
The immense service rendered by
chloroform, ether, etc., in the alleviation
of pain have been somewhat depreciated
by the danger to life incurred in their'
use, and the numerous fatal cases records
ed as the result of their administration.
Many efforts have been maae to find a
rapid and certain antidote, but without
success, until a very simple remedy was
discovered by the late celebrated sur
geon, Dr. Nelaton. His son, while quite
a lad, was in the habit of amusing himself
by catching mice and harnessing tfcem to
toy carriages like horses. In attaching
them to the miniature vehicles they fre
quently bit him, and he induced his
father to give him some chloroform to
enable him to perform his operations
without the inconvenience of being bit
ten. One one occasion, having adminis
tered the anaesthetic, he raised the little
animal by the tail in a perpendicular di
rection, wh it immediately turned and
tried to bite him. He mentioned the
subject to his father, who, upon reflec
tion, considered that the explanation was
due to the fact that the brain, while be
ing asleep, is almost destitute of blood,
but that, on the position of suspension
with the head downward having been at
tained, the circulating fluid rushes to
the head and awakens the animal. Not
long after be had an opportunity of test
ing his theory. Two eminent surgeons
had to poiform an operation at Saint
Gei main-Laye, and. requested the assis
tance of Dr. Nealton. He happened to
miss the train, and when he arrived by
the subsequent one, the proceedings had
already commenced. The patient was
under the influence of chloroform, ani
the medical men feared from the symp
toms that a fatal result might ensue. Dr.
Nealton at once advised that the head of
the patieat should be hung over the side
of the bed, and the feet raised in the air.
The experiment was successful, conscious
ness returned, but upon the person being
replaced in bed all the somnolency recur
red. Toe tral was repeated, and after a
suspension of ten minutes, head down
the effects of the chlorform were entirely
dissipated. So simple a remedy is one
which may be invaluable assistance to
medical men, and may DC the means of
saving many lives.
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Last fall's tile, is not this fall's style.
I
JSTace to Face wifcJi Bisease.
How often it happens that although we
have witnessed the ravages of disease in the
case of others, we disregard his -warning sig
nals in our own. It is only when we find
ium face to face with us that we really perceive
how grim he is. Then, perchance, when it is
too late, medicinal aid is sought. His avanfc
courier, his forerunner, is physical weakness.
Fortify the system, and you are armed against
him. The finest tonic for this pui-pose is
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, which renders
digestion easy and complete, norishes the
system, improves the appetite,give3.strength,
yielding ^sleep counteracts and
Iness,beneficene,obviateeffects,,biliousnessgenias
jteaps the bowels in first rate order. Lean
and unnatural wanness and sallowness
if the face, ar by it and so
-md are its that not only i
.he body invigorated and regulated by its
banished from the ise, but desspondency
mind.
THR REV E
I
THE REV.. HENRY "WARD BEECHER, in his
lectute on "The wastes and burdens of
society," claims "man's natural life to be 80
years," and as tlie average life is but 33 years,
there must be a waate of 47 years." There is
much of truth in thi3 statment. If a man be
unfortunate in business, it is attributed to
the violation of some commercial law. Now,
if a person be taken off in the prime of life,
ought it not to be attributed to the violation
of some physiological law? If people only
knew better, they would live better and long
er but how can they profit by that which
they know not of? The only popular work
that meets the great want is Dr. Pierce's
Common Sense Medical Adviser. In it the
.treat problems of disease and health are fully
scussed. The work contains over 900
../ages and 250 colored plates and, wood-cuts.
Price, $1.50 (post-paid), Address Mie author,
K. V. Pierce, M. D., Buffalo, N- T-
Can you any longer .,doubl when we bring
you such positive testimony as this that Dr.
Graves'
HEAR:T
REGULATOR is a cure for
Hear Disease
"Mr. Ingalla:In 18621 was troubled with a derange
ment of my heart was so I could do no work took
irlous remedies, with but little relief procured a bot
tie of Dr. Graves' HEART REGULATOR, and one bot
I tie did what other remedies failed to doremoved the
trouble and since 1863 have had no return of the
trouble. You are at liberty to use this if you wish.
MRS. W. O. WELLS:"
Among the many forms of Heart Disease
are palpitation. Enlargement, Spasms of the
Heart, Steppage of the action of the Heart,
Trembling all over and about the Heart, Ossi
i tication or Bony Formation' of the Heart,
i Rheumatism, General Debility and Sinking of
the Spirits. Send your nam*, to F. E. INGALLS,
Concord, N. H.,
forfacures,
pamphlet containing a
of testimonial &c
Dr. Graves' HEART REGULATOR is for
3ale by druggists at 50 cents and $lper bottle
PUBLISHED TESTIMONY establishes the fact
jhat SCOVILL'S BLOOD AND LIVER SYRUP is a
sterling remedy for scrofulous and syphilitic
disorders of a formidable type. Also that it
cures white swelling, carbuncles, eruptive
maladies of all kinds, gout and rheumatism.
It moreover promotes a secretion and flow of
healthy bile and directs it into the proper
channels. The deplorable ailments produced
by mercury are also remedied by it. Druggists
sell it.
If you -want the best fruit and fldwer' paper,
send one dollar to the Fruit Bccorder and Cot
tage Gardener, Rochester, N. T., now for 1879,
and you get last three months of 1878 or a
beautiful fruit or flower chromoj IS by 16 inch
es, free Specimens free. Liberal terms to
club agents
We beg to call the attention of our reifeiers
the advertisement of Horace Waters & Sons
New York City. They are offering special
nducements for the Holidays. Their Pianos
md Organs cannot be excelled/for purity of
one and elasticity of touch. Catalogues-and
jricee will be mailed free on application.
For upwards of thirty years Airs. WINS
LOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP has been used
for children with never failing-success. It
correcst acidity of the stomach, relieves wind
colic, regulates the bowels, cures dysentery
diarrhoea, whether arising from teething
other causes. An old and well-tried, remedy
35 cts. a bottle.
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& Wood Tag Plug
TOBACCO
THI PION2HB TOBACCO COMPANY,
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kM
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Mrs. Shaw's Liver Pill. Best in the world.
Valuabla informationJohnsons Anodyne
Liniment will positively prevent diptheria, that
most to be dreaded of all dreadful dis
eases. Don't delay a moment, prevention is
better than cure. No family should be with
out the Anodyne in the house.
Te partially atone for our many sins during
the year now closing we wish to expose a
fraud. We refer to the large packs of horse
and cattle powders now sold. Sheridan's are
absolutely pure and immensely valuable. This
statement is true.
Sore Throat, Cough, Cold, and similar trou
bles, if suffered to progress, result in serious
pulmonary affections, oftentimes incurable.
"Browns Bronchial Troches" reach directly the
seat of disease, and give almost instant relief
Hon. C. R. Parsons, mayor of Rochester
was radically cured of Bright's Disease by
Craig's Kidney Cure. Depot 43 University
P1.,N.Y.
Not lowest priced, poorest and dearest but
highest priced, best and cheapest this is what
is claimed for the Mason & Hamlin Cabinet
Organs.
To cleanse and whiten the teeth, to sweeten
the breath, use Brown's Camphorated Sapona
ceous Dentifrice. Twenty-five cents a bottle
Chew Jackson's Best Sweet Navy Tobacco
IHPORTIS'S atOTl-CK. armors, Faml
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TOBIA'S VENETIAN LINIMENT for the care of
Cholera, Diarrhoea. Dysentery, Croup, colic and Sea
sickness, taken Internally(it is perfectly harmless
gee oath accompanying eaoh bottle) and externally for
Chronic Bheumatism, Headache, Toothache, Sore
Throat, Oats, Burns, Swellings, Braises, Mosquito
Bites, Old Sores, Fains in Limbs. Back and Chest. The
VENETIAN LINIMENT was introducod in 1S47, and
no ene who has used It bat continues to do so, many
stating, if it was Ten Dollars a Bottle they would not
be without it. Thousands of Certificates can be seen
at the Depot, speaking of Its wonderful curative
properties. Sold Dy the Druggists at 4 0 cts, Depot 4 3
Murray St., Hew York
I having been widely advertised under
the caption of
"America Ahead in Spool Cotton"
tbat the jury on Cotton textiles, yarns and
threads, a the Paris Exposition decreed
a gold medal and grand prize to theWil*
llmantlc Linen Company for "Spool Cot
ton especially adapted for use Sewing
Machine?," overall the great thread man
ufactures of the-world, owe I as a du
the public and Messrs. 3. Sfc
Coats to announce that
No Grand Prizes were decreed at
Paris for Spool Cotton.
W are advised by cable or the Follow
ing awards:
J. & P. COATS,
Willlimantic linen Co.,
GOLD MEDAL.
Sifter Medal.
and -we claim for the winners the First
Prize that, a they have established i
Rhode Island the largest spool cotton
Mills the United states, where their
spool cotton Is manufactured through ev
ery process from the raw cotton to the fin
ished spool. AMERICA, a represented
by Messrs. COATS is 8till AfiUKAO
I N SPOOL COTTON.
Bole Agents in New York for
J. & P. COATS.
lANUFACTQRXJp^Tf^l
Is the Old Reliable Concentrated Lye
FOE FAMILY SOAP MAKING.
Directions accompanying eaoh can for making Hard,
Soft anA Toilet Soap QTJIOKLT.
IT IS FULL WEIGHT ASD STRENGTH.
The market is flooded with (so called) Concentrated
Lye, which is adulterated with salt and rosin, and won*
make soap.
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Christmas
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(20c.) or Howard's lsven chrlNtmas Carols,
(20c.) or Christmas Voices. (16c.) 15 Camls by
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hundred containing Five choice pieces. A valuable
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also 100 other Single Carols, (5 to 10c.)
03mrcli Offerinff, &6$i41S!Z\
and also a complete set of Anthems and Chants for all
the festivals aDd services of the year. A fine book.
SAINT-SAEN3,
Ttfnal Tke School Song Book.
OUTER DITSON & C0.\ Boston.
C. ra. Iltao & Co.,
843 Broadway, N.Y.
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Foundered Feet,
Roup in Poultry,
Cracked Heels,
Epizootic, Lame Back,
Hemorrhoids or Flies,
Toothache, Rheumatism,
Chappe Hands,
Flesh Wounds,
External Poisons,
Sand Cracks,
Galls of all kinds,
Sitfast, Ringbone,
Poll Evil,
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Cracked Teats,
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Horn Distemper,
Crawnscab, Qaittor,
Foul Ulcers, Farcy,
Abcess of the Udder,
Swelled Legs,
Thrush,
Spavins, Sweeney,
Fistula, Mange,
Caked Breasts,
Sore Nipples,
Curb, Old Sores,
Corns, Whitlows,
Cramps, Boils,
Weakness of the Joints
Contraction of Muscles.
Merchant's Gargling Oil is the standard
Liniment of the United States. Large size,
$i medium, 50c small, 25c. Small size for
family use, 25c. Manufactured at Lockport,
N V., by Merchant's Gargling Oil Company.
JOHN HODGE, Sec'y.
LIST OF DISEASES
ALWAYS CUKABLB USING
ITSTANG
OF HUMAN FLESH.
SMieumatism, Burns and Scalds,
Stings and Bites,
Cuts and Bruises,
Sprains &. Stitches,
ContractedRIusclcs, StififJoints,
Backache, Old Ulcers,!
Gangrenous Sores,
Neuralgia, Gont,
Eruptions,
Frost Bites,
Hip Disease,
and all asternal diseases.
OF ANIMALS.
Scratches, Sores and Galls,
Spavin, Cracks,
Riiiguone, Screw Worm, Grub,
Foot Rot, Hoof Ail,
Hollow Horn,
Lameness, Swinny, Founders,
Farcy, Poll Evil,
Sprains, Strains,
String Halt,
Sore Feet,
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music.
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Replete
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