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SEMI-WEEKLY BAJSfKBR, ER1DAY, JULY 6, 1894.
HEALTH AND HAPPINESS n ti irrai ir vnii ' rn n kii n itiii ir wnTnnn. It's a tonlo nnd nervino, a romody pro- IW1 hv nn Amtnflnt nllVKIPInn n nrl nV womon. jir daun-hter. Mlss Meekeu, was elclc and tto called in one of tbo boat doctora bere. Sba got bo weak; tbat I had to holp hor out of bod nnd draw hor ln a chalr. Bha then trled somo of Dr. Pierco's Favorlto Fresoriptlon. In less than a week sbe was out of bod and haa been worklng about nve wceks now, and lopka tho pioturo of healtn. Aa for mysolf I am much botter of my fo malo complalnt. Beforo taktnsr tho "Favorlto Prnarrlntinn. M I SUf- forcd mostof tho tlmo from catarrhal lnflam maUon. Yours.rcspectfully, Dunravcn, Dclaimre Co., N. T. Misa Meekeu. Ouarnn-teosn HE n m i i w i - n Mt w-n ir SPECIALTY OF FINE JOB PRINTiNG, Wedding Invitations, Announcements, Programmes, Order of Business v5tationery. TljE PAMPLET -AND BOOKWORK OftheBANNERoffice is all Uiat oxperiencc, taste and everyfac-j ulty can give it. Tho BANNER. office can give every one the tenefit of tae lat- est styles of type, and the bigbest class of workmansbip. NO SILYER IN HEADS. EXPLODINQ A POPULAR BELIEF CON CERNING TREPHININQ. No Trath In tho Storios That Sllvor PlatcJ Aro Substltuted For Fleces of tho Skull. A VVll Kufitn Ilospltal Surgcon Snys It 18 All a Mlstako. A largo majorlty of pooplo who aro not famlllar wlth thosclcnco of surgorynnd a fow doctora vrhoso buslncss it lsto know botter lmaglno that many pooplo aro walk lng tho strcets carrylng plccos of sllvor from tho slzo of a dlmo to a trado. dollat undor thclr scalps. Somo pooplo roally thlnk that they thomsclvca havo Bllvcr platcs ln thelr hcads. ' This Bllvcr platostory la a tradltlon that has bcon oxplodod a thousand tlmcs, yct lt ls popular, and whcnovor tho common opcratlon of trophlnlng ls porfonncd tho publlo acccpts as a mattcr of courso tho thoory that tho patlcnt has had a portlon of hls skull rcmovod and a sllvor plata substltuted for tho bono. Investlgatlon goos no furthcr, and forovcr aftcrward tho man ls roforrcd to as tho fellow wlth a sll vor plato in hls hcad, and narratlvcs of the wondorful opcratlon by whlch lt was plac od thero, and why lt was ncccssary, aro in vontcd and told ovcr and ovcr agaln ta crcdulous audicnccs by acquatntanccs oi tho man who has bccn so mlraculously savcd by tho sklll of cortain surgcons. Tho opcratlon of trephlnlng, or remov ing a portlon of tho skull, ls now consid ercd slmplo and ls a common opcratibn in tho largo hospltals. It is an absolutcly ncccssary opcratlon ln many instanccs and is lndlcatcd always whcro thero is a fraa ture of tho cranlal boncs unloss tho baso of tho skull bo also f racturcd. Tho opcra tlon ls also lndlcatcd in cascs of absccss and tumors of tho braln and cpllcpsy, and lt is frcqucutly dono ln cascs whcro thc skull is small and thero is prcssuro on tho braln, and ln cascs of idlots and whcro thero ls a prcssuro on tho watcr ccntors. Oftcn as much as from four to slx squarc lnchcs of tho skull arorcmovcd, but a toui of physlcians' offlccs falled to dovclop a Elnglo coso whcro Bllvcr had bccn substl tuted for bono. Dr. Hcino Marks, Bupcrlntcndent of thc Clty hospital, has pcrformcd many opcra tlons of thls olmractcr and ls consldcrcd hlgh authority on hcad opcrations. In spcaklngof tho popular mlstako about pco plo wcarlng silvcr platcs iu thclr hcads Or. Marks said: "I cau say posltlvcly that no man la wcarlng a silvcr plato as a substltuto foi cranlal bono. Such a thlng is not only unsclcntiflc, but unncccssary. Besldes Bllvcr ls a forcign bodyandwouldnotcon ncct wlth bono wlthout prcssuro, whlch would produco dlscascs of tho ccntcrs ovcr whlch it was locatcd. If, for lnstauco, thc silvcr was ovcr tho motor arca, paralysls would probably bo tho rcsult. Anothci rcason for not uslng thls forcign body is that lt would ccrtainly causo lnllamma tory condltions whlch would ncccssarlly provcnt tho opcratlon from bclng succcss ful." Dr. Marks sald that whcro tho baso of tho skull had not bccn injurcd, thero bclng no ncccssarlly fatal compllcatlons, tho op eration of trephlnlng was hardly ovcr at tcndod by fatal or cvcn bad rcsults. Ho citcd tho cuscs of llttlo Annlo and Mamto Flnn of Choutcau avcnuo, who wero hit on thclr hcads wlth a llatlron by thclr fa thcr. Both of thcso chlldrcn sustaincd se rlous fractures and wcro opcratcd upon. They wcro unconsclous when tho physlolan rcochcd thom, and many thought that thoy had bccn killcd, but wlthln a wcek they wero up and apparontly wcll. Theso chlldrcn wcro 8 and 11 ycars old, and now bono has formod ovcr tho placos whlch wcro oiposcd. New bone, howovcr, wlll not grow on an adult, but tho pcriostal, whlch is ncst to tho Bkull, bccomcs hard and offords sufflclcnt protcctlon. In cascs of fractures of thls kind thero ls almost invarlably a clot of blood undcr tho injurcd spot, and this clot must bo ro movcd lf tho llfo of tho patlcnt is to bc eavcd, but in modcrn surgery it is no trlck ut all to aucompllsh thls. Fationts who submit to thls opcratlon gcncrally rccovcr wlthln from thrco to flvo days, and lt is oftcn dlfllcult for tho nursca to kecp thcm in bcd uftcr tho llrst day. ' Dr. Marks gavo a dcscriptlon of tho op cratlon of trephlnlng, whlch, shorn of its mcdlcal tcrms, is as f ollows: ''Aftor shavlng tho hcad of tho patlcnt ond washlng evcrythlng wlth antlscptlo Eolutions an incision is mado down to tho bono through tho perlostal. Tlio scalp ls then drawn back and tho perlostal ralsed by mcans of a dry dscctor. Then tho trophlno, o cyllndrlcal saw wlth a handlo liko a glmlct and a llttlo ccntcr pin, is used to saw a roundbutton, orEovoralbut' tons, out of tho skull. When thcso open lngs havo bccn mado, a ohlscl and mallot, whlch aro tho latcst instrumcnts for thls work, or o palr of bono forccps aro nscd to lnako tho opcnlng tho deslrcd slzo. Tlicn ontlsoptlcs aro applied, tho pcriostal drawn ovcr tho dura matcr and tho suturo of tho Bkin mado, and tho opcratlon isovcr, wlth thrco to flvo days of antlsoptld gauzos, drosslngs and bandogos, and in noarly ov ory caso tho patlcnt is wcll. In a fow weeks ho bas a hard coverlng over hls braln ond nccd novcr suffor inconvcnlonco from havlng undcrgono tho opcratlon, ond ho ccrtainly wlll not havo a sllvor plato ln hls hcad." Dr. Marks ls of tho oplnlon that pcoplo who say that thoy havo sllvor ovcr tholr bralns aro honost about it and tclls of two mcn who sald that ho had put sllvor ln tholr hcnds. Tho mcn camo to tho hos pital wlth fractures, and Dr. Marks ro movcd plcces of bono from thclr skulls. Somo months latcf thoy rotumcd to that Instltution, suffcrlng fromotherolhncnts, ond tho doctor caught thcm tolllng othor patlcnts that ho had put Bllvcr platcs ln thclr hcads. Ho ozplalnod to thom that ho had dono nothlng of tho kind, but thoy put tholr flngcrs on tho hard placos whcro bono had bocn rcmovcd and inslstcd that it was silvcr and that tho supcrlntcndcnt wos Joklng wlth thcm. Thoy loft tho hos pital bcliovlng that tholr hcads wcro part Iy ellvcr. St. Louls Bcpubllo. Slio rinycd Splrlt. "Now, don't you daro say a word about thls in tho papcrs," rcmarkcd a handsomo young Jcfforsonvlllo lady. "But I'm just dylng to toll somo ona You know, our town ls all vrought up ovor eplrituallsm, and thero aro scanccsand dark clrclcs hold at prlvato rcsldcnccs orory nlght Wcll, I .wont to one, and thero was a glrl thoro wlth whom I am not on good torms. When lt was all dark and tho allcgcd Bplrits got tp talklng, a mlschlovous plan struck mo. As tho trumpct swcpt around I scizcd it and vrrcnchcd lt from tho hand of tho mo dlum. Then I clalmcd to bo tho splrlt of my onomy's grandfathcr, and I gavo hor a roastlng sho wlll novcr forgct I rokcd up all tho incnn thlngsl had ovcr hcord about hor and told them in a lowvolco that could bo dlstlnctlhcard. Tho poor glrl thought lt was rcaUy tho splrlts, ond sho camo ncar falntlng. I novcr lot on that I dld lt, ond tho incldont was tho Eonsatlon of tho olrcle. Tho modlum must havo boon mystlflcd, though, but I'll novcr tcll Fut that ho had tho trumpct hlmsclf, ond if you don't toll lt ho'll bo ablo to kccpon fooling pooplo." Loulsvlllo Commcrclal. OVERJlMPED BY A LION. The Slon Savcd IIls Ufo, and tho Beait Mlnsed a Jleal. ( ' "As to grizzly bcars," saldaMontann man as ho lifted hls fcct a pog hlghorand took a long pull at hls clgav'as to grizzly bcars, wo'vo got plonty of thom lef t ln our country, but unloss you aro looklng for thom you mlght travel tho tralls and by ways for flvo years and not got slght of old Ephralm. As blg and savago'as thoy oro, thoy avold manklnd when it's posslblo. I'vo hoard thom movlng off ln tho thlckots many a tlmo as I rodo along a wlld trail, but ln 16 ycars I havo had a fair slght of only ono, and ho was anxlous to got away. " "How about tho mountaln lionf" was oskcd. "Ah, you'vo struck qulto anothcr fleld now, " ho rcpllcd. "Tho mountaln llon of tho far west ls not a llon at all, as you probably know, but ls tho bcast known in tho east as tho panthcr. I thlnk,' howov er, tho wcstorn panthor ls largcr and floro er. At any rato, all thlngs consldorod, I'd prcfcr to faco a grizzly." "Evcr had any oxperiencc? " "Yos, just ono, and lt makcs my halr stand.on cnd to thlnk of lt. I'm half own er of a good, blg hord of stcers, but I wouldn't go through that oxpcrlonco agaln for 1,000 of tho fattcst, julclcst stcors ovor roundod up lu tho cattlo country. You want to hcar about lt, but it's no uso to got out your book and pencll. My oxpcrl cnco was vory brlcf, and thero aro no namcs and datcs to put down. Look on tho map somo day and flnd Flat Hcad lako. Botwccn it and tho Rocky moun talns ls a beautlful vallcy 80 milcs wldo. I'vo wlntcrcd cattlo ln thero and had thom como out as fat as buttcr in tho sprlng." "ycs; go on." "Ono sprlng, clght or ton ycars ago, I was drivlng ln somo'strays' from tho foot hllls. When cattlo bcgin to shcd thelr coats, thoy llko to gct lnto tho tlmber and rub themselvcs About 10 o'clock ln tho forcnoon I was rldlng along an Indlan trall on tho slopo of a hlll. It was in tho tlm ber wlth lotsof brush coverlng tho ground. I Baw cattlo tracks on tho trall and had no thought for anything clso. My mustang was on tho walk, and I wos taking it casy ln tho saddlo, whon I suddenly jumped out of my boots. Somcthlng scrcamcd ln my car, and out of tho corner of my oyo I Baw somcthlng in tho alr. No doubt I duckcd, but lt was instlnct. In tho samo brcath thero was a grcat crash ln tho top of a bush to my rlght and bolow mo, and just as my mustang started on a wlld run I mado out what tho objcct was." "A mountaln llon, Blr?" "Ycs, and a whopplng blg ono, and tho snarls, growls and scrcams ho uttcrcd 11ft cd mo ln my stirrups. Ho landed ln that bush on hls back, wlth hls lcgs stlcking up liko posts, but I don't rcckou it took hlm ovcr flvo Bcconds to turn rlght sluo up. Ho may havo started to follow mo, though ho was moro npt to sllnk away, but thc mustang would havo glvcn hlm a hard race. Ho was wlld wlth frlght, and tlio way ho dld smoko along that trall and gct down lnto tho valloy would havo mado a jack rabblt'wondcr how tho wlngs wcro fastcncd on. I hcld on and Ict hlm go. Aa a mattcr of fact, ho wasn't golng fast onough for mc." "Tho llon had Jumped for you? " "Ho had, my boy. I wcnt up and flg' ured it out aftcrward. Tho bcost had crouchcd on a blg rock 18 fcct abovo mo and about 24 fcct from tho trall. Just how closo ho como to mo I can't say, but I'm ccrtaln that he brushed my hat as ho passcd ovcr. Tho duck probably savcd my llfo. If ho had struck mo wlth tho mo montum of such a sprlng, I'd havo bccn carricd out of tho saddlo lnto tho bushes. Tho cuss was lying low for bccf or dccr, but when I camo along ho thought ho had abottcr thlng. As ho mlssed moho turncd ovcr in tho alr, ond, as I told you, ho land cd wrong sldo up. I don't know how mountaln llons fccl about Euch thlngs, but I'vo always had tho idca that thls tol low wcnt off klcking himsolf ovor tho woy ho got lcft. Ho had ovcrjumpcd a good dlnncr and couldn't blamo anybody but himsolf." Dotrolt Ireo Prcss. It Waa Just nis Luclc. In front of a well known cofo two Now Yorkors met tho othcr day. "Won't you como ln for a momcnt and slt downwhllowo havoa drink?" askcd ono. "Thank you, I wlll," nnswcrcd tho oth cr nftcr a sllght hcsitatlon. Thoy sat down and bcgan to chat lh tho cafe. In a fow mlnutcs tho man who had bccn lnvitcd to "have somcthlng" becamo animatcd in hls conversatlon. When ho ls intcrcstcd, ho makcs gcsturcs ln a Uvo ly way. Tho glasscs beforo tho two mcn wero about cmpty when thovlvaciousman mado n swecplng motlon wlth hls rlght ann. Ono of hls cuff buttons touchcd tho bcll lylng on tho tablo, nnd lt struck a clear and ringlug noto. "Ycs, Blr," sald tho waltor, wlth alacrl ty. "Tho samo," sald tho man who had flrst lnvitcd hls frlcnd. Tho othcr's faco wos flushed, and ho lookcd shcoplsh. "Ibeg your pardon," hoBaid. "Idld not ring tho bcll. It was a mlstako. My cuff button touchod it. To tcll you tho truth, I am brokc, and it -was just my luck to havo that bcll go off." NowYork Trlbuno. TWENTT YEARS AGO. Twcnty yeara ago, pllls. potlons and the anr geon's knlfe'wero the only resourcein the treat' ment of Jlseaae. Sclence had not as yet turned herfull llghton to'the problemaof llfo, Sho had not Bliown that foods are moro valuable tban drugs, when tblngs are not running just rlghiln that compllcated plece of mechanlem known as the human body. To-day,one may almost Fay that the btghor the standlng of a pbyslclan ln hls prof estlon, the less medlclno he employp. Me has found tbat due at tentlon to dlet wtll nccompllsh more tban the pllls and potloni of grandfatbers. Foskola Is a step forward In tbo llne of foods speclully deslgned for tbe.cure ef dyspepila and other dlseases whlch are dlrectly traceablo to same derangement of tbo dlgestlve organs, Its noyelty lies ln the iact that it ls artlflclally dl gested. In other word, it has bcen prepared for Immedlate absorpilon wlthout reqnlring workof the poor, tlted etomach that nreds rcBt. Forther tban this, lt contalns prlnclples whlch are actlve ln the dizestlon of other foods, Thereforo lt at once nouriihes and at the same time relleves the dlsagrceable symptoms whlch are the chronlc dyiyeptlc't wry day lot- Gentlemtn The bottle of PaskoU recrlvd a weekago to-day, and I linmedlately commenced the use of lt, ln connectlon wlth Foland Water. I am feellng very much better and have increased 13-jpounas. uunue tne elptit days use of ras kola, no erectlons of gas,in fact, seemlngperfect dlgestlon. If thls condltlon contlnues I iball be a devotee oi i-asKoia ana wiu prescnbe It when ln cated to my patlcnts. Slncerely yours, E. M. MANWA11EN, a. D. Faskola may be obtalnea ot any reputable ro tall drugglatind a pamphlet fully deicrlptlve wlll be maued npon appUcatlon to The Fre-Dlgeated Food Co., 30 Read Bt N. T, Soldby J.T. pburtleff, Bennington, Tt. I tyvtcfinia Qmj dZuzs&zy, 625 $. 5tfi Shzot, . r oflvio Qfozfi, ofl. April 12, 1894. The Doliber-Goodale Company, Proprietors of Mellin's Food, Boston, Mass. Dear Sirs: Frjora my experience with Mellin's Food in the Day Nursery at the World's Fair, where I f ed four thousand babies with it without a single caae of sickness or trouble of any kind I have come to look upon Mellin's Food as a rpliable and never-f ailing resource in my work. Since my return from Chicago last November, I have used Mellin's Food with the same certainty and suocess in the Virginia Day Nursery for feeding the many babies that are brought here every day. These babies are as a rule the children of the poorest people in New York City and when brought here are, almost without exception, weak, sickly and unhealthy, having neverbeen properly fed or sufficiently nour ished. Afterthey have been fed on Mellin's Food here at the Nursery, they soon develop into sound healthy babies. I f eel it my duty to make known to all who are carrying the responsibility of the, health, yes, the lives of these little ones, whether in Day Nurserie3 or' in their.own homes, that I have found that Mellin's Food will nourish, strengthen and sustain the babies fed with it. Sincerely yours, 31 JL S L Sl Jl JL JL JL SL i JL JL $ JL Doesjour baby need Mellin's Food MY WHEEL. When tho breezos o'or tho flowcra, Sof tly blowlnu, Brlng tho apple blossom showcrs. Flnk and glowlng; When in flolds of wavy green Starry dalslcs nod and lean Whllo tho buttercups betwocn GoU are showlne Here wlth gray strlpcd squlrrcl raclng, Nauglit I hced. Thero a buttorfly I'm chaslng Fast tho mead. Swlf tly speedlng on my ay, Where tho rustllng branchoa play, CopI nnd Bhady as they sway O'or my steed. You may keep your spur and saddlo. Naught I caro. If you Uko' canoo and paddlo, That ls fair. On my wheel, away ln fllght, Itosy morn or glorlous nlght, What wlth cycler's keon dellght Can comparc? Detrolt Freo Prcss. Phenomenn of tho Mlcrnphonc Tho mlcropliono ls an lnstrumcnt about whlch tho publlo havo a very mlsty ldca, tholr gcneral imprcsslon of its purposo bo ing fonncd on tho famlllar statcmcnt that by its mcans "you can hear tho footfall of a lly. " Ono of tho latcst forins of thls wondorful "sound magniflor" has been dovlscd by W. H. Soulby. Tho Bpccial con structlon of thls lnstrumcnt is of lntcrcst only to tho cspcrt, but what Mr. Soulby tclls of hls czpcrimonts whllo dovcloping hls lnstrumcnt ls cntcrtainlngolso to that wldo class of readcrswho aro conccrncd ln causes lcss than in cffccts. Tho plnying of a plauo in anothcr part of tho houso was, when heardln hls lnstrumcnt, a burdcn to hls bouI, and tho washlng of dlshcs in tho kltchcn was llko'tho roar of an avalancho. When any ono cntcred tho room, walkcd about, spokc, cougbcd, touchcd tho tablo or door' handlo, tho shrlck of tho rcccivcr was palnful to hcar, andovonat adistanco its rcpeatcd inartl'culatocry bccamo almost harasslng. Spokcn conversatlon and tho tlcking of a watch in tho next room wcro casily rccognlzablo, tho tlcking bclng very dlstinct, ovon to tho mctalllo rlng of tho halrspring as lt collcd and uncollod at its work. Anothor dcllcato and oxhaustlvo tost was wlth brcath sounds. Tho llstoner wos dlspatchcd to a dlstant room, and on hls return hosald: "Tho brcathlng sounds vory dlstinct. What o chcst you havo, and how wondorfully dcep and hollow it Bounds! A doctor couldtest pcoplo's lungs without lcaving hls surgory by gotting hls patlcnts to brcatho neor an lnstrumcnt of thls kind. Every insplration and oxplra tion wos aa dcop andclcar os posslblo." Anothcr tcst wos tho ploclng of tho hand or baro forcarm on tho soundingboz, whon tho rushlng of tho rapidly clrculatlng blood through tho volnswas dlstlnctly au dlblo. Montrcal Star. Lord Wolioley'a Escapc Lord Wolscloy ln hls oarly lf o narrowly mlssed bccomlng a Canadian statcsman. Tho authority for thls statcmcnt ls tho lnto Slr John Macdonald, who rcmarkcd to somo frlcnds durlng tho Britlsh opcrations ln tbo Sudan: "I romcmbcr whonWolsoloy was out hcro durlng tho flrst Rcd Rlver robolllon. Ho was nothlng groatcr' than a coloncl thon, ond I took Mrs. Wolscloy down to dlnncr ono nlght ot Lord Llsgar's. Sho talkcd brightly of hor clovor young hus band and wound up by asklng mo lf I would not mako hlm govornor of tho Northwcst Tcrrltorlos. " 4I wlll,' sald I and fully intondod to do it, but a fow days lator I was Bclzod wlth a Buddcn lllnoss ond lay helplcss for wcoks. "In tho m can tlmo Slr Goorgo Cartlcr ossumod control of affalrs ond appolntcd ono of hls frlonds to tho govornorship. Wolsoloy was passod ovcr and bocamo ln tlmo tho grcat gcneral ho is. If I had had my way, ho mlght havo bcoomo govornor of tbo torrltorloa and ln tlmo ovon a Cana dian cablxvot mlnlstcr. ' ' London MHHon. M lltl l Pimples, BlotclieszS and Old Sores 3 PRICKLY ASH, P0KE ROOT p . M..-ri!1 and potassium Catarrli, IVialaria e nn i,. iii!. i f i-1 iVlarvelous Cures 1E in Blood Poison Rheumatism and Scrofula P. P. P. purlfles tho blood, bnllds np tbo weik and dobllltatod, glves strongth to weakened nerves, expels diseasos.glvlng the patlcnt bealth and happlness where sickness, gloomy f e.olfnga and lassltnde tlrat prevalled. Forprlmary.seoondary nnd tertlary syphlfls, for blood polsonlnK. mercu rlal poison, malarla, dyspepsln, nnd ln all blood and akln dlseases, llke blotchos, plmplos, old chronlo ufcers, tettor, sculd Uead, bolls, eryslpelas. eczema-wemay aay, wlthont fear of contradlctlon.thatp. P. P. Isthobest blood pnrlfler In tho world.and makes tosltlve, Bpeodyandpermanentcoros n all caaoa. Ladlea wbose syatema aro polsoned and wboae bloodls ln an Impnre condl tlon. duo to monstrnal irregnlarltles, aro pocullarly bonoflted by the won dorful tonlo and blood cloanslng prop ertlesof r. P. P.-Prlckly Aah, Poko Itoot and Potasslnm, Sfbihofikld, Mo., Ang. 14th, 1893. 1 can speak In tbo hlgbest terms of your modlclne from my own pcraonal knowledco. I was aOocted with heart dlsease, plenrlsy and rheumatism for 35 years, waa troated by tho very besS hyslclans ana spont hnndreds of dol ars, trled every known remedy with out undlng rellef. I havo only taken one bottlo of your P. P. P., and can ohoerfully say lt haa done memoro good tban anything I have erer taken. I can rocommend your medlclne to all fluS&rora oi tbo above dlsoasoa. MR9. M. M. YEABT. Sprlngfleld, Groon county, Mo. antl Kidney Troubles Aro cntlrcly rcmovca by I.P JP Prlckly Aah. Poko Root and Potas elnm, the greatest blood puriflor on oorth. ABEnDEEN, O. . Jnly 21, 1891. Uessbs. Lippman Bitos., Bavannan. Oa. : Deab Siks I boucbt a bottle of JonrP.P. P. at Hot Sprlnes.Ark..ana t ha9 done me more good tban threo montbs treatment at the Hot Bpnngs Hond threo bottlea C. O. V. Eoapectfunyoura Abordoen, Brown County, O. Capt. J. D. Jolinaton. To a!J Khom U may eoncern: I hor by testify to tbo wonderfnl propertlea oi P. P. P. for ornptlons of the akln. I BuiTered for several years with nn nn elgbtly and dtsagreeablo oruptlon on my faco. I trled every known reme dy but ln valn.nntll P. I. P. was used, and am now entlrely cured. (Blgnod by) J. D. JOHNSTON. SaTannah, Oa. Skln Cnnccr Cured. TestimonyfromthiIaytrofSeuin,Tex. Sequin, Tbx., January 11, 1893. Messus. Lippman Bros., Savannah, Ga. : OenUcmen1 havo trled your P. P. P. tor a dlsoase of the skln, usually known aa akln canccr.of thlrty years' , Btanding, nnd found great rellef: le purlfloa the blood and removos all lr ritatlon from tbo soat ot the dlsease and preventa any snreadlng of tho nnmn. T havo taken flvaor alx bottles nnd f eel contldent tbat anothor courso wlll effect a cnre. It has also rellevea me from lndlgestlon and stomaoa troubles. yours truly, OAPT. W. M. ItUST. Attorney at Law. BooK ca M Dlseases iU Free. ALI DEUGQI8T3 8ELL IT. LBPPIV1AN BROS. PE0PEIETOB8, Uppmnn's DIocbnvannabGa TuuwwumwwmiimiMK For Salo by C. D. GIBS0N, Bennintjton, Vermont " HE THAT WORES EASILT W0EKS SU0 0ESSFULLT." 'TIS VERT EASTTO 0LEAN HOHSE WITH SAPOLIO. EDHINS OTillBf 9