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She At*ick) An Attendant and BmaluOut of
After Juno was caged it was noticed the medical world has no certain remedy for
terrible disease let them acknowledge it
that one of the blauw lioks was ' I this
ami seek for one outside the pale of their pro-
trembling like a leaf, and tears ¡ fession. For the discovery of this remedy and
trickled down the frightened beast’s I for its application to this disease, the people
this city, the people of the whole land, not
face. Ten minutes later it was dead. i of
only those who are suffering, ^but those who
| Philadelphia Times.
have friends in danger, are earnestly and long
•If you are a woman ami want both health
and beauty, remember that all superficial
effort« to increase your personal c «arms are
vain. Freshness and beauty accompany health,
and to secure this Mrs. Lydia E. l‘i .’.¿ham’s
remedies for all female weaknesses o .er the
surest means of renovation. The highest
intelligence loses its lustre when it must find
expression through a bilious complexion.
Good for either sex.
When any druggist or dealer tries to »ell you,
or tells you that some other remedy is as good or
better, when you i.sk for Ammen’s Cough Syrup,
look in his face ami you willsee that Go<t Ims
stamped upon his countenance in unmistakable
characters the word cupidity, and by investi
gation you will find hois recommending some
decoction of his own that costs hint only a few
cents to prepare, or some patent remedy upon
which he makes a large profit- Ask for Am
men’s Cough Syrup. Take no other. Buy a
15 cent bottle or a 50 cent bottle. Test it your
self. It stands upon its own merits
'1’he above quotation from the New York
GENERAL NEAL DOWS RAT STORY.
Tribune is causing considerable commotion,
My house is supposed to lie rat as it seems to lift the cover from a subject
prtxjf. and was so when unite new, that has become of National importance.
but at one time, more than twenty The alarming increase of kidney diseases;
years ago, we had a large colony of their insidious beginnings ami frightful end
rodents, gieatly to our annoyance, ings and the acknowledgeil inability of physi
and it was with us a matter of daily cians to successfully cope with them may well
wonder where they found a weak awaken the greatest dread of every one who
spot in our defences against them. has the slightest symptoms. It is fortunate,
Ono evening a young lady from a however, that the surest relief is often found
friend’s family, living in a large fine where, possibly, least expected, and that there High chairs at low prices at IL Shellhaae*.
house nearly a mile away, was with is a sj>ecific for the evils above described wo 11th St., Oakland.
us, and the talk turned on rats, as we have come to fully believe. Within the past
G enoa , Nev., Dee. 12th,1881.
heard ours galloping in the ceiling two years we have frequently seen statements Our Druggist. Dr. C. B. Luse, ke ps your
says it has a good side and
ami scampering up and down the <>f parties claiming to have been cured of gives general satsifaction.
G . W. S.M
'ublisher Genoa Courier.
walls. The young lady said that serious kidney troubles even after hojie had
none had ever been in her house, and been abandoned; but in common with most
she did not think there was any people we have discredited them. Quite re
point at which they could enter. My cently, however, a number of prominent ami
eldest daughter, a great wit, said: well-known men have come out voluntarily
‘■I've heard that, if politely invited to and stated over their signatures that they
do so in writing, rats will leave any wore completely cured by the use of Warner’s
house, and go to any other to which Safe Kidney and Liver Cure. Most people
they may be directed, and I will tell have been aware that this medicine has an
ours that at your house they will find unusual standing an i one entitling it to be
spacious quarters ami an excellent classed above proprietary articles generally;
but that it had accomplished so much in check
At the moment, before us all, she ing the ravages of kidney disease is not so
wrote a most grandiloquent letter to generally known. Its great worth has been
the large family of rats that had so- shown not only by the cures it has effected,
long favored 11s with their presence, but also because a number of base imitations
pointing out to them that at No. G5 have appeared in the market, fraudulently
Pearl street was a large, tine house claiming the valuable qualities of the original
which had never been favored with Safe Cure. If it were not valuable, it would
the residence of any of their family, not be imitated.
where they would find ample quar The above may seem like an ultra endorse
ters and a fat larder. When finished, ment of a popular remedy but it is not one
slit* read the missive to the company, whit stronger than the facts admit. Whatever
and we had a great laugh over it. assists the world toward health and consequent
As an old superstition, she then put happiness, should receive the hearty endorse*
lard upon it and carried it into the ment of the press and all friends of humanity.
attic, where it would probably lie It is on precisely this principle that the fore
found by those to whom it was di going statement is made and it merits the
A few days after, the careful consideration of every thinking reader.
get:- A mo lister lioness, belonging to J.
i R Doris’s Inter Ocean circus created
fes^the sensation of the year in tho win
lg.,,«r qLrters of the show in l’rnnk-
Peter -Marvin, an animal
id jrainer, was frightfully injured by
intj.he ewagisl beast, and an African
i jMt Jauw bok, one of the pair Mi'. Doris
>aid »1,01)0 for, died of fright during
tin ■ he pandemonium. Numerous addi
ej'in ions have been lately made to the
lenagei ■> of the Inter-Ocean show,
^In'nd the animals occupy several
laDg uildittgs on Harrison street. The
hjl ropical animals are kept in a room
bet « themselves. This apartment is 50
, >et square, and three of the walls
tlii-l’ masked in by heavy, oak and iron
tile Igoe, i There aro three tiers of these
3 ca inssive dens,’ and behind the bars of
cuuinih are from one to three specimens
mot J rare wild animals. The lion,
> tin gers, leopards, panthers and by
esinlas are imprisoned in the lower
trit >ns, while the smaller animals and
ipical birds occupy tho upper tiers.
’ not« the center of the room is an ini
botnLsnse stove, which is kept red hot
ch s-ght and day.
i a A tame pelican, a flamingo, three
icers sated cockatoos. half a dozen
lose ¿nkeys, :uul a family of jierforming
as gs forn.ed a drowsy circle around
itivein glowing stove yesterday after
r sigtbn. A row of elephants along the
of a:v(t wall stood upto their knees in
for ■ igrant hay, and in stalls near by
neit: re a «core of other herbivorous an-
lick, als Krom South Africa. High young lady was at our house again,
lnaaove tli<> tiers of cages aro and burst into a laugh, exclaiming:
There are many people whose
: with» sleeping bunks of the at "Our house is overrun with rats!” whole wisdom consists in hiding
>ta idants of the animals.
The That recalled to us the fact that we their want of it.
pki sen lions in the collection are as had heard none in our walls. My
Figures are not always facts,” but the
as a b speci mens as have ever been seen daughter went to the attic and the incontrovertible
facts concerning Kidney-Wort
t of captivity, and they form one of tlie letter was gone. While we were are better than most figures. For instance:
mtsast notable features of the Inter talking and laughing over the curious “It is curing everybody” writes a druggist.
“Kidnev-Wort is the most popular medicine
nientjan menagerie. Juno, the largest affair a friend came in, and, hearing we
sell. ’ It snould be by right, for no other
befonees of the lot, is five years old. the talk, said that two evenings before medicine
has such specific action on the liver,
n. i til last summer she was regarded in the bright moonlight, he saw sev bowels ami kidneys. Do not fail to try it.
ident one of the best dispositioned eral rats running down Congress Carpets »»nd furniture
20 per cent, cheaper
andwMB of her species. In June, 1882, street, which was the straight road to at H. Shellhaas’,llth St., Oakland.
t liinlither ||ioness| in the menagerie be Pear! street. We have never been
AN HONEST POUND.
eckiie the motherof three cubs. Juno, troubled with them since, but I have
Idel J occupied an adjoining cage dur not hoard how it has been with the “ STAR’’ is the only first-class Tobacco
ande the travels of the Inter Ocean house to which our beneficiaries were that is always put up in 16 ozs. to the pound
plug. Consumers who buy Tobacco by the
>st l W, became greatly interested in directed.—[Congregationalist.
plug, will save 2 ozs. on each plug by purchas
of cubs, anil was in the habit of
ing STAR. For proof of this, weigh your
Tell( ehing them for hours at a time,
L atf . H ou eh .—It is a mistake to Tobacco. Tin Stars on each plug.
ire Lt fall the mother of the cubs died,
is all they were raistal by hand. Juno’s both rise early and late take rest. Eveybody that has tried Ammen’s Cough
continue» its use; besides, they tell their
of rest in the leonine babies in The rising early is good as a habit of Syrup
neighbors of it. We were in a drug store the
r’s b iseu after the death of their mother life, if it does not mean robbing na other day when a customer asked for a bottle
Ammen’s Cough Syrup, saying, ” I do not
icy t finally Hhe became so zealous ture of her opportunity to recruit the of
know anything about it myself, but my neigh
It p when any one approached the exhausted strength of brain and bor advised me to buy it for my cold, anil tells
the use of three bottles has entirely cured
pays«she would become furious with body by prolonging sleep when that me
cough of two years’ standing; in fact., he
necessary luxury is at length enjoyed. his
says, It is the best medicine in the world for
coughs, colds and lung complaints,’ and that a
j. pi the animal house Juno occupies There would appear, says the Lancet, one
dollar bottle did nim more good than all
the igo in the lower tier against the to be some need of remonstrance on the prescriptions he had from the doctors.
e na* wall The cubs, which now
Brain worry is infinitely more de
n<. ,4i about fifteen pounds each, a»e favors early rising and the manly
1 Eijcd in the lower tier at the east “tub,” but those who rise early have, structive than simple brain labor.
prac3 This enables Juno to have an for the most part, sat up prodigiously
moat brilliant Hhades possible, on all
me ructed view of their cage. Just late, and the “tub” is chiefly appre fabrics The
are made by the Diamond Dyes. Un
c.ii.,.n dark on Monday evening Mr. ciated because it rouses the system equalled for brilliancy and durability. 10 cts.
hav »in was feeding the animals. He and makes it feel—and feelings are
F bancirco , May 1st, 1882-
remit“ the cubs their share of liver, very deceptive strong and vigorous. Dear Sir - For S an
the past two months 1 have
all .then paused a moment to fondle This is burning the candle at both been suffering from a severe cough and cold-
friend advised me to use Ammen’s Cough
lawk This put Juno in a frightful ends. If we must sit up half the A Syrup-
1 did so, and was greatly benefit d.
jonpl Mars in turned to quiet her, night, it would be better to sleep half I have now taken two large bottles, ami am en
Grateful to you for placing so
et tL'Bs he advanced toward the cage
valuable a remedy on the market, I am
M. J. MURPHY
(¡eat llitnbled and fell against the bars, in for arduous labor after insufficient
With Langley and Michaels. Wholesale Drug
ipon« inst.iiit she seized his right arm rest.
non re the elbow. In order to pro
Among the queries proposed at an Furniture at reasonable prices at II. Snell-
'arlki® bead and laxly the man fell,
paj with his left hand grnsped the agricultural society was, "How can a haas’, 11th St., Oakland.
an*n of the cage. J uno held his farmer keep his cattle from breaking
C hico , C al .. January 16th, 1882.
I receive high recommendations from pur
0 (]gi arm with one paw and struck down his fences?” and the most chasers
of Ammon’s Cough Syrup. Sale« in
It. > ugh the bars at his head with the dirct and succinct reply in the answer creasing. Shall shortly hav< to order more
from my wholesale druggist.
th* A lad named Donahue grabbed box was, “Leave the gates open.”
J. M. FRANK EITEL, Druggist.
b«ir and tried to make Juno
A hRMCIOTN IlreakfaHt or Supper Dish
ma > Man i The boy’s efforts only
the beast By The Shadow Hanging Over New York City SOUSED
For sale at all Grocer» and Wholesale of the
Joi time every animal in the place and the Entire Country A Tribune Opinion.
Red Cross Packing Co.. San Francisco.
70 wildly excited, and their roars
A NOTED IJUT UNTITLED WOMAN.
nation has been horrified at the burning
5 chcriesl were heard squares away. <»f The
a Milwaukee hotel, whereby over Neventy
[From the Boston Globe.]
.■ -incren- the dill the animals of lives
were lost. T’his event carried terror
_ ien’s circus in at: adjoining because it was sudden and appalling; but hail
ling [added their voices to the the same disastrous results t- life ami limb
silently they would have been unnoticed,
' l'r,Si bonahue ran out. of the come
not only by the people of the lain! but also by
an( ling shouting for help.
the very community in which they occurred.
then is a small army of work Fatal events of a far worse nature have taken
about the place, the lion house place in this very city, but they have attracted
attention, nor would they now did not the
, soonjsurroundetl with men. In no
Bureau of Vital Statistics bring them to our
mean time Juno had torn the notice. “ Figures do not lie,” whatever else
y from Marvin’s arm. struck him may lie uncertain and the rejiort on the deaths
this city is a startling comment on its life.
•al wi< ked blows on the shoulder, of
During the past year the enormous increas«* of
hen fallowed him to drop to the certain
maladies is simply appalling. While
and crawl away. Just as the the total number of deaths has «liminished
., lerttllpached the doors they heard and the death rate on most diseases has de
still it is far greater in one or two Mrasrs. Editor»
md Of crashing timbers, accom creased
The above Is a good likonerai of Mrs. Lydia F.. Pink
disorders than was ever known before.
•d by a series of blood freezing serious
More j>eople died in the city of New York in ham, of I.ynn, Mans., who above all other human beings
be truthfully called the “Dear Friend of Woman,”
u'wl 'V1'1' ’
(krown her bodv 1882 from Bright's disease of the kidneys, than some
of her correspondents love to call her. She
ist th' bars and broken through, from diphtheria, small-|M»x and typhoid fever I as
combined! This scarcely seems j»ossible is zealously devoted to her work, which is the outcome
of night made the in all
study, and is obliged to keep six lady
but it is true and when it is remembered that
building dark, and no less than one-third the actual deaths from aM-wtont.«. to help her answer the large correspondence
daily pours in upon her, each I waring its special
".¿^Hto venture in. They heard Bright's disease are really re[>orted as such, which
of suffering, or joy at release from it. Her
the ravages of the malady can be partially burden
> chitrging around the place and underst«
Vegetable Compound is a medicine for good and not
I have personally investigated it and
hesitated. They supposed that The immediate auery which every reader
of tho truth of this.
in. was dead. He. however. will make upon such a revelation of facts, is: am On satfefied
account of its proven merits. It Is recommended
reach the rack in which What causes this increase? This is a difficult and prescribe«! by the brut physicians in the country.
question to answer. The nature of the clim One says t “ It works like a charm and saves much
35liavy iron bars used to clean the ate,
habits of life, the adulteration of pain. It will cure entirely the worst form of falling
■ i| are Sept, and snatching one, foods the
ami liquors, all undoubtedly contribute;
the uterus, Leucorrhcea, irregular and painful
’ a lvanetsl on Juno, who but no immediate cause can Is? certainly of
Menstruation.all Ovarian Troubles, Inflammation and
in the corner. All this assigned. Often before the victim knows it Ulceration, Flooding*, all Displacements and the con
disease has liegun. Its approaches are so sequent spinal weakness, and L» especially adapted to
animals were making the
stealthy and its symptoms so obscure that
10 DOfWr’b4itful noise. Above the they cannot l»e definitely foreseen and are the It Change
permeates every portion of the system, and gives
T* he m< 1 at the doors, to their as only known by their effects. Any kidney now life and vigor. It removes faintness, flatulency,
Kt. heard Marvin ordering disorder, however slight, is the first stage of destroys all craving for stimulants, and relieves weak
Bright’s disease. But it is seldom that kidney ness of the stomach. It cun-s Bloating. Headaches,
Bs back to her cage. This disorders
can be detected. They do not have Nervous Proatration, General Debility. Hb-eplessness,
| them, and they started to | any certain symptoms. Mysterious weariness; Depression and Indigestion. That feeling of lx-aring
tho d<Mirs opened Juno an unusual apatite; periodical headaches; down.causing pain, weight and !>arkar he. is always
js-rmanently cured l>y its u«c. It will at all times, and
r Marvin’s head and took occasional nausea; uncertain pains; loss of under
all ci mi instance >, act in harmony with the law
vigor; lack of nerve power; irregularity of the
stall near the blauw boks. heart; disordered duly habits; imperfect di that governs the fenial*- system.
only fl. per bottle or rix f'-r
and is sold by
outed to close the doors, gestion all these and many other symptoms
“t5. Any advice required os to aj»-« iAl cases, and
wing the now partially are the indications of kidney < I inorder even druggi
of many who have been reytored to perfect
there may be no pain in the region of the name«
ess. struck her twice witli though
by the use of the Vei-«-tal le < omjiour.d, can lie
kidneys or in that isirtion of the bwlv. health
obtained by add rewing Mrs. P., with «tamp for reply,
r. Then he poked her out. the
Th»» serious nature of those troubles may lie
her home in Lynn, Mass.
n angry roar she vaulted I un<lerst«HHi from th»* fact that Bright’s disease at For
Kidney Com plaint of rithrr sex this eoaapoaad Is
her cage and the danger is as certain tn follow disosHed kidney«
unmnsMM-d as abundant testimonials show.
"Mrs. Pinkham*« Liver Pills,” say* one writer, “are
New bars were quickly decompomtion
It is high time the Doctors in this land who
brat ia tAe w-rM f r the cure of Constipation,
and the cage was made have been unaHe to control kidney troubles, the
and Torpidity of the liver. H» r Blood
ire by the addition of hew shonhl be amused and com|>elle«l to find *-me Biliousness
Purifier works wosvier» in its special line and bids fair
Marvin’s injuries were remedy, or acknowledge one already found. to equal the Cbanpoand in it- j*.pularity.
suffering i»ublic needs help and cannot All must respect her as an Angel of Men y whose »,ie
> by a physician, who says The
await the tardy action of any hair-splitting
is to do good to other*
lose the use of bis arm. I code or incorrectly formnlate«l theonen. If I aB>bltl<-n
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