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Find otit what n mixn talks about
mof naturallv Riid frequently, and vou
v.lll thereby, lind out tlio ordinary cur
rent of his thoughts. Find out what
this current is. and you will thereby
lind out upon what objects his heart is
placed. Words thus become an index
to one's character. All men naturally
talk as thoy feel, and when tho re-
verso is true of them, tlicro Is always
Eonio special reason therefor.
A Swede, of Terrc llaute, claims
to bo the "world's champion water
drinker." He thinks it no feat at all,
scarcely, to drink half a gallon in fifty
seconds, and has drunk live gallons in
live hours and thirty gallons in a day,
which exceeds tho capacity of any
horse. His appetite keeps up with his
thirst pretty well, for he can sit down
and eat as much as can ten men.
A big l)ono, which local physicians
of Carson. Nov., say is a portion of a
leg of a man below the knee, was re
cently found near Genoa, Nov. It was
two feet long, and at the point where
it joined the kneo was eight inches
across, or five times the usual size. If
the man who owned the bono was built
in proportion he must have been about
twenty-five feet high! An active
search is being made for the rest of the
The lato Emperor William ono
evening at Hadon Ilailon noticed an
officer in civilian dress trying his luck
at trente-et-quarante, a pastime forbid
den to arm j' oilicors. lie had placed
two or three louis on the table and hud
won a nice little Mini, when lie saw the
King opposite. He turned pale,
trembled, and hesitated to take pos
session of his money. Thereupon King
William approached and whispered in
his car: "Don't be afraid. Take in
your moncv. but don't do it again."
A curious freak of memory is that
of forgetting words of a poem or speech
which lias been said over a great
number of times. Tho leading lady of
a play which has been performed seven
hundred times can not remember her
line s, qven by the most violent effort,
and only complete rest of a day or two
would recall them. Another actress in
a play winch had a great run had to bo.
constantly prompted towards tho end,
rehearsed every day, and yet was con
stantly pursued by a terrible conscious
ness that what she was saying to tho
audience was simply unmeaning gib
berish. Tho celebrated Dr. Abcrnethy
hated the egotistic garrulity of peoplo
who came to consult him. A lady on
one occasion entered his consulting
room, and put before him an injured
finger without saying a word. In
silence Abcrnethy dressed the wound,
and tho lady instantly and silently put
t he usual fee on tho table and retired.
In a few days sho returned, and held
out her linger free from bandage and
perfectly healed. "Well?" was Abor
nothy's monosyllabic inquiry. "Well."
was the lady's equally brief answer.
"Upon my word, madam," said the de
lighted surgeon, "you aro the most
sensible woman I ever met with!"
The Art of Not Hearing.
A kind of discreet deafness saves
one from many insults and much blame;
therefore the art of not hearing should
be learned by all. It is quite as im
portant to domestic happiness as a
cultivated ear, for which so much
money and time aro expended. There
are so many things which it is painful
to hear, many which wo ought not to
hear, very many which, if heard, would
disturb t he temper, corrupt simplicity
aud modesty, detract from content
ment anil happiness, that every one
should bo educated to tako in or shut
out sounds, according to Ids pleasure.
If a hot and restless friend begins to
inllamo our feelings, wo should con
sider what mischief those liery sparks
may do in our magazino below, where
our temper is kept, and instantly closo
the door. It has 'joou remarked that
if all tho potty things said of ono by
heedless or ill-natured idlers wore
to be brought homo to him, he would
become a mere walking pin-cushion
stuck full of sharp remarks. Farm
FORTUNATE TICKET HOLDERS.
Some tlnce or f ur months ago a
party working in tho lumber camp of
"Win. Coach, on the Sturgeon river,
clubbul tog ther and rderccl .11 tenth
tickets in the L'.uieiunn State Lottery.
The money was sent by express and
not with the order. When tho order
arrived at Now Orleans, the money
not being found, it was laid aside and
ui forwards lost. When the money ar
rived it was charged on the books, but
tho order having been forgotten, no
tickets wore t-ent. Early in February
NIr. Couch, while in New Orleans, took
tho opportunity to inquire after tho
missing money, and the matter was
promptly explained by the company
and the money offered him. This Mr.
Coach (let-lint d ' to accept, but took
tickets instead, among them being a
tenth of ticket No. 71, 575. Ah U now
well known here, this ti ket drew the
first capital prize of $150,000, giving
to tho fortunate possessors of th 8
tenth the handsome Mini of $15 000 to
bo divided among them.
Mr. Coach, to whoso foresight thoy
nro indebted for their good fortune,
lias taken charge of the matter, and it
will bo divided among tho u in pro
portion to the amount invested.
There wore sixteen in the club, the
tickets being tnt to Geo. J. Johnson,
of ll.irngn, one of tho number. Threo
of the holders were of ono family, be
ing John Botlwein, his wife and child.
Mr. Hod worn Unix beenrosa good rliare
of tho pm?. Mr. Coach negotiated
tho purchase of u house for him this
week in Hiraga, und ho has com
menced tho one lion of another houro
upon tlio lots. Tho monev is going to
do good in ouch ue L'Ame (Mich.)
Sentinel March 3.
An cnplo fimv through an open window Into
nn iJmiilm business establishment tin other day
and wus captured hj the cmplo cs aftf r a vU
oiout battle. It was seven feet from tip to tip
of Uie wings.
A schoolmaster advertUed as fol
lows : "Prepare boys for bus. or col.
Boys taught pri. A boy blow in gram,
ur in his nth., or weak in his Lat. to
le puthed for a pisuli or" profesh; j
write the pri'ic. for a circ. and a cat.
for a curnc." In the same vein it may (
bo said, if you have the rheu. or lieu. (
or sviut. or lunibng., try St. Jacob's
Oil. Look for its uds. morn, or eve. or
s'niotlier tve. It cures; it curs perm.,
no let., no run p. It cuics p. d. q.
A Swiss watch manufacturer has just in
vented a watch for the blind, on tlio dial of
vh eh tho hours tire Indicated by twilvo p o
jcctuiK pegs, one ol which sinks every hour.
A STAlt IN Till: 1IA1CK
Sometimes fails of its murderous intent. The
InslduniH and dastardly attacks made upon tho
reputation of HoMctter's t-toinach Hitlers by
persons who tw-ek to palm oil' cheap and liery
tonics as identical w ith it. or "the same thing
umlcr another name," or "equally as good," lu i
miMt instances react disastrously upon the un
principled traders upon popular credulity who
attempt them, converting their speculations
into ruinous failures. The Hitlers Is a pure,
wholesome and thorough medicine, fldap'ed to
tho total cure and prevention of f vernndtiirui', I
tilllous remittent, dyspepsia, constipation, nil
lousncss, debility, nervon ncss and kidney
troubles. Its every Ingredient, unlike those in
the imitations of It, I of an ascertained stind
nrd of excellence, and while thoy, by reason of
their liery properties, riMct injuriou ly upon
tho bruin and nervous system, of twjtlt those
organs it is a sedative and iuvlgorant. ltofuso
all these harmiul imitations.
A dog at leucine. Wis., tried to jump through
a swiflh revolving fly-wheel, and, it is Mild,
"partly sueceedeil. A part of him got through
and other parts went oll'in other directions."
Tin: flying iiovu or tkaok.
A richly fronted quivering living Dove.
A Dream of Life screen c ulendur. An im
ported ideal head. An imported f ontecl
-now fcene anil a full set of magnificent
tlornl cards. Fourteen artistic pieces.
Sent to anyone who will buy f om a drug
gist a Ihjx of the genuine Dn C. M'Lank's
Cki.i:hkah:d Livek 1'im.h (price SJ" em.)
and mail us the outside wrapper from the
box with 4 cents in stamps. Write your
address plainly. Flkmi.no Duos.. Pitts
The man who is looking for sonn-lliing to do
rnr ly rinds anything, but if he is willing to do
anything lie can always lind something.
a tsoon invi:stmi:nt
Is that which j ields largo returns from a email
outlay. Header, the way Is clear! No 8iecula
Hon, no chance, big leiurnsl If you are like
most of mankind you have somewhere a weak-ness-doirt
feel ut all tunes just as you'd liku to
headacho to-day. backache to-morrow, down
sick next week nil becumo your blood is out of
order. A small outlay and what largo returns!
You invest in Dr. 1'iereoa Golden .Medical Dis
covery aud soon pue. fresh blond courses
through your veins, and you are another being!
The richest child in America is said to ho
.May Sharplts'. a little miss of nine yeais, who
is worth t'J,0i 0,000 in her own right.
A OltHAT I.IUJACV
To bequeath to your children, is a strong, clear
constitution better than weulth. because it will
never prove a cms-. ou cannot give what
you do not posst s-, ami mothers will lind in Dr.
I'ierce's Favorite prescription it wonderful
help -correcting all wcuknesnes, brii gii'g their
svstems into purled condition, so that their
children, untainted, ahull rise up to ca 1 them
There is nit a druggist in all tho land
Hut uhvuys keeps u stock on hand.
A nnvi- Milni In iIiwIi-h' imnnrtecl hats thU
year would bu bruins.
AIAVAYS HIVING SATISFACTION.
UHAXDHinn's Pills have always given
satisfaction. In fifty years there has been
no complaint of them. That is about their
life in the United States and millions of
persons ha e used them. Tl ere is no
doubt that they have established tlicm
se ves by men! alone. They cure rheuma
tism, dyspepsia, piles, illarrluea,ilvereoni
nlaint and levers, and trreatly prolong the
human life. One or two at night on an
empty stomach, for a week or two, will
keep you in goou iorm aim tone up uie
A MeKean Count v woman, eighty-tlireo
years old, is sairt to havo been married lo her
tourtecntli husband the other day, alter having
been divorced thirteen times.
J. II. KIMIi, Ahoiij'ci mill Aiinls'tlrnl
4 1 . I I ....... ,n! L'IhiI c .trtlii,l,l
VIII lllini, UltUUI CllAJl J , iw run. n.,
Or. AnulyBCs made of all substances, ltutcs
for assaying gold and silver ores $1.S0. 1'uc.c
agea sent by mall or express promptly attended
to, and returns made.
RvMprnMs Mnlature; Intense Itchlnu and Btlnidns.
most at night; worse by acrutcliing. If allow eil to win
tlniin tumor fnnii. hlcli often bleed aud ulceiAte.
lwcoruloB icry nore. Hwayms'm Ointment etopa the
Itclnnw una ulttxiuig, neais uict-ruuon. ami iu mm;
canes removes the turuora. it ts equally emcacious in
curing all SUn l)Ueus. DU. BWAYNK & HON,
Proprietors. ratiailrlpula, Swavnk'h Ointment cau
be obtained ol drutfirlsta. fiem by mall for SO Cenu.
Judcintr from the talk one hears about
town, there is i olng to be it great demand
for tho albums that are ollVrud to everyone
who returns to the publishers (V. Duke,
Sons & Co.,) 75 folding cards, same as an:
inclosed In the packages t Uanieo uignr-
ette. Ve are informed that these alliums
are an elegant, unique and most inter st
ing allalr, ann contain a complete couec
tirm of 10 siibiects. coninrisinu the Killers,
Flags and Coats-of-Aruis of every nation
in the world.
If thirty-two is the freezing point,
what is tho squeezing point? Two in
the shade. hick.
When Mr. Hamlet remarked: "Eyo,
there's tho rub,'' ho is supposed to
have just got ofl" a railroad train with
a cinder in his optic. Eclipsed Ex
change. In tho court room. "Why is it
thoy nro so mighty particular about
order here?" "Tho judge, you remem
ber, can only servo during good behavior."-
B -ulnn Ttnn'rrint.
Cuticura Rimidiii Cum
Skin and Blood Discaus
rsou PtupuaiO HworuLA.
NO l'KJf CAN DO Jl'HTICE TO TIIK K8TKKM IN
w hioh tho C'lTict ha Hkmkdikh u'o held by
tno thousands upon thousands w hoso lives have
been made happy by tho euro of agnntzlng, hu
miliating. Itching, scaly and p mply (lis- uses of
tho skin, scalp and blood, with loss of huir.
cJutici'iia, tho great akin t'uie, and Ctm
CUUA Soap, an exquisite tiklu Hcauilfler, pre
pared from It, externally, and C'lticlha IIk
bolvknt. tho new Illocxl I'urltler, Internally,
aro a positive euro for every form of skin and
blood disease, from pimples to scrofula
riold every w hire Price, Citticuka, fioc.:
Soap. 25c; Kkbolvknt l. PretMued by tho
POTTKItlmi'O AXli t'IIKMK'ALCo..JIwU)n..MaMH.
MrSnd for "Ilnw lo (' n iimi
' I'implos, blucKlK uds, uliativu ""u uil) A ,
tif skin prutuntnl by ('pint' ha b"''
SJ IthmunalUui, Kid nay lila and Weak-!
Ut A e4 tiiMjeilltj' oum1 by OoTirtiKA ANTI-1
jy 1'AIX I'unm, too ouljr jmlii kuliujt flatter. I
SSftSSiDr. Spinney &Co.rffl1
N ERVOUS K'SfeT'S: BS35S2!
(IcncT. kc, due to cxccn or aliuw, cnriO..
YOUNH IV!FW nf ferine from the rffwt"
't,i'Ot) Ltllflllf UiCK ot Imiid-
crctlon should avail theumivi oi.r treatment.
A tK:tivo cure gnarnnU-ed In every c.ic. Syphilis,
U rinary and cnereal rirea nil uuuatural dis
charges, promptly and a!ciy cured.
MIDDLE-AGED MENf :
Vf?.,' Kidneys or Tdndder. Weak Pack. 'ervor.
ncbllity. atmg of boTiial Btreng-ih, etc, cured
N. H. l'erons unnble to visit n may U trt-atrd
nt trlclr homes, by correspondence. Aleibeines and
Instructions sent by mail or express. ConsultaUon
reo. Bend 4 cents In stamps lor 'ihe, Youdk Man'l
friend or Uuids to cdlock.
The Van Hlonciscar
Toonir, tnlddls-acvd and
KLdngleor rnarrbd men
and ll-who stirrer with
IXJSt MANHOOD I
Nertoui DebUltr, Bperrus
torrhoa, Bemlnal Lostet
Seoual Oecar.VaUlBg Mem
orx, Weak Eyes, Lack of
Knergy, also Ulood 'and
Sklo Dtseaseii. Sjrphllllj
ErurUona. Ualr yalllo(
Hone Fains, B velUnxi
Bore Throat, tTloors, E
tects of Merciu-y, Kldneyi
&n.l tllftlnr TrnnlilA
Weiknaot. Hum us Urine. Oononhea, Qleot Htricl
t pnmipt relief and euro for lao.
JUoth MexoH :oiifnlt Conndcntlallr
-nrr-w.iKy jti 1P4 THIRD H'1
Tho Oregon NationaT"Bank,
I Huccewora to MotrouUltoti i-attira Hank.)
OAriTAL 1'AIU IN $100,000
Tn.IJsai.t3H liiwu I IlwVit g litisJctna
SKLUJ KXC'IIANOliiuiSuti I Uncixeo nrirt New York.
MAKra COUiKlTION-l -j faturaMu teraia
VAN B DtLABllMUTT "K). n MAltKLK, Jja
I) P BIIER.MAN CaJw
RELIGIOUS AND EDUCATIONAL.
Fleasuro must first hnvo tlio war
rant that it is without sin; then, the
measure, that it is without excess.
11. O. Adams.
Nothing can bo a groatcr mistake
than to spend life in making Christian
ity a mere subject of controversy. II
Christianity is good for any thing, it is
meant to bo practiced.
Never open your purso for cliaritv
if you can not open your heart, too.
Hather give no dolo than givo it with o
grudge. Tho Lord lovetli a chcorful
giver. J. 11. Macduff, D. D.
Keep up hopo in bad times. Wc
have the sanio sun and sky and stars;
the sumo God nnd Heaven nnd truth;
the sanio duties and tho sanio hclpors.
llopo thou in God. Dr. Qoodell.
A world without beauty would bo
good enough for us, of course, yet it
would not mako of us what God in
tends. Tho completion of our salva
tion requires tho vernal verdure and
rosy sunsets. United 1'rcsbitcriaii.
Our hardest battlos aro with our
selves; and our worst enemies nro in
our own hearts. Some, however, havo
no warfare of this sort, but givo way
to every inclination, and speak nnd net
just alike. Can this bo right? Surely
not, if wo go by the Bible.
Tho wisest Christian that over
lived in this world beconio-i vastly
wiser the moment ho enters tho lleav
onlj' world, and sees things "face to
face." This lifo is our stato of child
hood, and tho next, in comparison with
it, is our manhood. Independent.
For each day God has appointed
just enough of trials and burdens for
that day's good. If wo add more by
anxiety about tho future, thon thoro is
too much, and tho temper nnd faith
and pcaco nro marred, not by God's
appointment, but by our unwiso anx-
Tlio best things aro nearest; light
in your eyes, flowers at j'our feet, duties
at your hand, tlio path of God just be
foro you. Then do not grasp at tho
stars, but do lifo's common work ps it
comes, certain that daily dutios and
daily broad aro the sweetest things of
life." N. W. Christian Advocate.
Keep forever in view tho momon
tons valtio of lifo; aim at its worthiost
use its sublimes end; spurn with dis
dain thoso foolish trilles and frivolous
vanities which so often consume lifo
as tho locusts did Ksrpyt; and dovoto
yourself, with tho ardor of a passion,
to attain tho most divine improvements
of the human Mini. In short, hold
yourself iu preparation to make tho
transition to another life; whenever you
shall bo claimed by the Lord of tho
world. J. Foster.
Trying to run down every slander
isliko trying to pick up quicksilver
with j'oiir tliunib nnd linger.
For ono iiiiin who sinceroly pities
our misfortunes, tlicro nro n thousand
who sincerely lmto our success.
Advico is like medicine. You can
never tell tvhothor it will do you any
good until after you havo taken It.
Philosophy triumphs easily ovor
past evils and futuro evils, but present
evils triumph ovor it llochefoucaitld.
Poverty often deprives u man of
nil spirit and virtue. It is hard for an
empty hag to stand upright. Frank
lin. Tho young man on tho lookout for
n "soft place," through a disliko for
honest hard work, can find ono under
Tho man who is not straightfor
ward and honest who tries to bo all
things to all men genorally ends by
boing nothing to anybody. JV. 0. Fic
uyune, Tho tragedies of lifo and Ihoso ex
hibitions of heroism which como with
great sufloring, havo much to do with
giving shnpo to tho thought and sym
pathy anil under proper influonco
and direction to tho moral sentiment
of society. Thoy aro not pleasant; to
uso tlio apostlo's phraso, thoy aro
grovlous;" but a "novortholoss" fol
lows thorn which is as significant as
that addressed to tho Hebrews. It is ut
tho blessed sldo of -thorn wo ought to
look. tfirtec 1'resbyterian.
A St. l)iils hot. , i -rk clilnn lo hive made
Ihe dl-covery that tall men sleep atir In the
miming than short men. and that iirsons of
a dark complexion invariably return o more rest
Ask any one w ho has u ed Dr. l'it rco's Pleas
ant urga'lve 1'-11-ta s to tin Ir melita. Tiny
will tell you that pliuplc, blotches an-' enui
tions dlspHft : thatcoiiHtlpalloii-that breeder
of diordi rs - Is rellevtd; thai the npp lite is
resiord: that Ihe w ho e fysli m W reiinvatctl
and regulated beond any eimi eption by tin-so
Utile wondcr-woi kerx. Hilng puttly vtgctable
they are perfectly hurmles; lu-lngcnnipo-ed of
concentrated, aitivo Ingredients, they are pow
erful! Purse ami pu-ifv the system and disease
will be unknown. Of alt druggists.
A man has h"cn arre tetl in National City,
Cal.. for publicly w curing on his buck a card
staling Unit a ompanlou had rehired tv pa
him a debt of $1.'0.
cuii.iiiti:.v stakvim: to du.tii
On aoiouut of their inahl.ltv to digfst food,
will Hi d a must marvelous food and rt-medv
i In seitt's limn ImIom of Pure od liver
Oil with llypoph-.'sphite.s. Very lalntabl i and 1
easily ilige-ted. Dr. S. . l uilD, r Waco. .
'Icmis, says: -i havo used jour Kmuis'on In I - 1
fantllo wasting with good results. It not onl
res iitis wasted tissues, but given strength and '
inert uses the Bpp, lite. 1 11111 glad to us) sucl.
u reliable nrllrlf."
lt..,...l.l..l tf li.iinllf. nft lt. .
iiiiiiiii-,V CoiiiilniiitN. tvini lirnnrhial
Tiivhi" ninnlfcst remarkable curallx e proper
ties. 2A cts. a box.
Sco Antiietl Hano advertisement.
Tkv Okumka for breakfast.
ci viq a fa ra U I
catarrh tJ yearn
The ilriippiniis iu
to the throat utre
none tiled" utmost
daily. Sinre the
Jirst day's use ot
Ely sCream Halm
hair hail no bleed
oif. the soreness Is
entire y uone. 1)
fr. Jianasiin, xntn
thcBoston lhaliet HAY"FE VER
. . , . ' . a,
A tvirtlcle la Atinllcri Into racn nostril aud Ia mrreeablti.
n - . . . ....... i ..11 i.i l .-r
HhY llttOTllI'.UH 16 Warren Ntmtt, .NcwVnrk
VM. HECK 4& SSOIV
WholcMilo and Hetall Dealers in
'alCS 1(17 HvctnuX Kt
7TlJMrU),vVTifWCFt' iiltcutloa. I
Tho only medlcino for woman's peculiar ailments, sold liy rtnijriclsts, under n positive friiorniitre, from tho manufacturers,
that It will kIvo sittlsfucMon In every case, or money will bo retiuulol, Is Dit. I'ikuce'B rAVOlllTU l'llESCnilTIOU. This guuruutco lias
been printed on tlio bottle-wrappers, unci faithfully curried out for uiuuy yours.
TOE OUTGROWTH OP A VAST SXPSimEMCI..
Tlio treatment of many IhoiiRiuids of twes of thoso clironlo weaknesses nnd illstrPBsliiff ailments peculiar to females, r.t ths
lnvalldn' Hotel and 8urfricu' Institute, Ilullalo, X. V., liua atlordcd u vust oxpcrlcnco In nicely aUaptlnu; laid thorouirhly testing
remedies for tho euro of woman's peculiar maladies.
Ir. iMorco'M I'nvor
Ito l'rescrlplloii is tlio
outgrowth, or result, of
this irrcat anil vuhmblo
nf ti.'sthnoiihils. received
from patients aud from physicians who
havo tested it In the moro lurirnivuteil and
obstinato cases which had bullied their skill,
provo It to bo tho most wonderful remedy
ever devised for tho relief und euro of mif
fcrinir jvouion. It la not recommended us
n " cure-nil," but no n most perfect Bpeclllo
lor woman's peculiar diseases.
A Powerful 'svj.fi
TflHIP uterus, or womb mid its
lunilf. H Himcinlairco. In tiiirtlcn-
fmmmmaB jur ,or overworked,
" worn - out," " run - down," debilitated
teachers, milliners, dressmakers, seum
fctresses, "sliop-irlrls," Uous.'koi'pcrs, uiuu
ini,' mothers, and 1 'eblo women Keuomlly,
Dr. 1'lerce'n l'avorito Prescription lo tho
Kreutest earthly boon, bcJtnr uutHiuah'd as
in niiiii.tlinu-I'nrdinl and r.'iitortitivo tonlu.
It promotes digestion und iisalmllntlori of
food, cures nausea, weakness of btotnuch,
indigestion, bl'jatiujr and cructutlonsof gas.
j ABooh j
TREATING THE WRONG
Many times women call on their family physicians, suHcrlnfr, as they lmnfflne, ono from dyspepsia, another from heart disease,
another iroiu liver or kidney diacaso, another from nervous exhaustion, or prostration, another with puin hero or there, and Iu this way
they all present ullUo to themwl ves und their eusy-Bolnir und indiirerent, or ovcr-biiHy doctor. 6eptiratu und distinct diseases, for which
no prescribes hid pills nnd potions, UMumiiijr them to m such, when, lu reullty, they aro all only mimptowa caused by some womb
disorder. Tho physician, Ignorant of tlio cause of sulfctinir, eneoiiruKcs his piactlco until luiire hills nro made. Tlio suD'erliiff
patient ffets no better, but prob.tblv wni-s) by reason of tho delay, wronj; treatment and ccmccipicnt complications. A proper
inedlelne, llko Die. I'ikuck'8 1''avoiutb l'luweiiiiTioN, directed to the came, would havo entirely removed tho disease, thereby dis
poning all thoso distressing Bymptoras, nnd instltutinir comtort instead or prolonged misery.
Mrs. K. P. Mohqait. of
Eatl nuttun. Mam., Kiysi
wasiiareauiui suueriT irorn luerino troiiiJies,
llavlntr exhuusti d tho skill of thrro physi
cians, 1 was complcti'lv dlscounured, and so
wrulc I could with difficulty rroiis the room
ulonc. I bean tak'.nsr Dr. I'ierce's ritvorito PrescTliitlon nnd
ualriir tho local treatment recommended In Ills Common Senr.o
Jledlcal Adviser,' 1 commenced to Improvo ut onco. In three
months I was perfectly curd, and havo had no troublo since. X
wrote a letter to my family paper, brlolly montlniitntr how my
health bad been restored, and ofTcrliur to send tho full particulars
to auy ono wrltlnt,' mo for them, ami cncVutna a ttamped-envtlove
lorreplu. I have received over four hundred letters. In reply,
I hovo descrllvd my caflo and the treatment lined, and havo ear
nestly advised them to 'do llknwiso.' J-'rom a irrent many I liavo
received second letters of thanks, statlmr that they had com
menced tho uso of 'Favorite I'rescrlptlon,' hud twnt tho Sl.M)
required for tho Medical Advlvr,' nnd hud applied Iho local
treatment so fully and plainly laid down therein, nnd were much
better ulreudy." v
ItotroTorteil "Womb. Mrs. Y.YA. Konr.Tiii, of Crah Orchard,
Ttili.. writes: " Jir. I'i roe's Furnrlto i'rcucrlptlon has dnue r.ie n
crout ileal of froi-1, I Hiiifered from retroverKlon of the uterus,
far which I look two bottlosof t ha' l'avorito l'roscriptlou,' aud i
am now feollnj llko u dlffurent wouiuu."
DnetOM Fniled. Mrs. V. Conwiw, of TVwf CrttK X, 3'.,
wil'ii "I diKtored with threo or four of tho test doc-tors In
tluwe iMirU, and I if row worwi until I wrote to ou nnd tMran
ustnjr jour Mvnrtio VremcrlpUon.' I uwd throe tmttlns of it
nnd two of tho 'floldwi Jledlosl l)lieoverj'.' ateo on and n iwlf
loUlen or tlw ' I'lirinUlve 1'elloU.' I ran do my work und kw mwl
wmlkad I enr to. and am In wmer In ilMi flmu T evrexi- ''l t"
lw lu thai world uixuiii. A Oivo it u.i Ut j our vucderful modlchiu,"
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An n Nootltlrjtr
i'rescriiition " is utie
cpiuled unci Is lnvnhiuhlo
In ulhiyliiir und miImIu
lmr nervous excitnbil-
ity, Irritability, exfiaustlon, proFtrutlon,
hysteria, spasms and other dlHti-eHslnir,
nervous symptoms commotily uttendunt
upon functional nnd organic disease of
tho womb. It induces rcfrcshluir sl-ep
and relieves mental uuxicty uud ile
spondenoy. Ilr. S'lorco's Favorlto Prcncrlp
tiou la u leijltlniato medicine,
carefully compounded by nn experienced
and skillful physician, and udupted to
woman's delicate orimuteatlon. It Is
purely vcjrci:iblo in Its composition and
perfectly harmless In its elfccts lu any
condition of tho system.
in p re Rim n cy, "Fa
vorite 1'ivM.TJptlon " is
a "mother's cordial,"
rc'llovliiK iiaiifieu, wcuk
licks ot elomueli und
other dltttreaslmr rviiiiu
I toms comiiiou to that
' , I.I T 11 linn Iu 1finf nn I. !.
1 luttcr months of gcstutlou, it so prepares
iVcj. 71 Lcxtnatan St.,
'-'I'lvo years ntro I
havo had nonoof these I also .ad womb couiplalut oo bad t hat
I could not walk two blocks without tlio most severo pain, but
iH'foro I hud taken your Favor-to l'rcscription ' two months. I
could walk all over tho city without inconvenience. All my
troubles seem to bo leaving iro under tho benign influence of
your medlcino. nnd I now till smarter thun for years before. My
physicians toh mo that I could not Wi cured, and thcreroro you
will rlcao accent my evcrlastiw? thanks for wlint j'ou havo dono
for mo. and may Oocl blew you In your good works."
Inter, sho writes: it Is now four years slnco I took your Fa
vorite i'rcBcriptlon,' and I havo had no return or tho lemalo
troublo I hud then."
XVnll nn T-vn
Falls, ll'fs.. wrltrs: "I wish to inforni . you that 1 m i us la
over w. for which I thnnk your ruedlclnes. 1 'niL rv"
of tho l'avorito Prescription ' and one, ljo UIo of y?"f ,,2 '
r , ..i.. , 1,. .ii,.,.. ah ii,,, iimi fivitiDtoiny iiuvo
nun iiinr iimm 111 u.n ri'miw. ' . int. ,,11
ilhuipivMirci. j do nil tnv own worV j nm ubleto bo ou my Jeet all
day. My friends tell mo .' never looked so well.
rWitorf la JVinWicIrm in Shl ly DruggUt Vie Warto
Overt JT.argo llaltles $1.00, Six for flB.00.
ray-Bond ton cents In stamps for Dr. WeiWs torac, illustrated
Treatise (100 pages, jmiier covers) on Plawwasof Women,
Address, Tl'orld'a Dispensary itloaieal ABsoclntlen,
No, CG3 Main Staiet, llun-.ux), N.Y.
nmt (Jcncrnl Agent for
S,dM (eating Hath
, 1st I'rt'iiiliims. 2,000 In mo,
w 20 years ICitaUUhoil. Now
7 b tatvntctl Stocl Tun in? Uc-
lro, in uu In ii'iotliur lMnno, hy which our I'lmos
stnuil hi tinio 20 yearn, k"1 fr 100 ; not nUt-cteil
by elhnnto. So wwil to Kjillt, hrrnk, swell, shrink,
cmck, dci'fty, or wvnr out; wo Ki'arii'lee Klo
pvnt KneewiKHl Cases 3 rtrluirs, ilnuhlo re eating
notion; llnust Ivory ke; the l'atnimii ANT1SEI.U
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To 88 ii nay. Samples worth $1.E0, FRKE.
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O i UlNlKM I . luni, Onbler. ltocnlah
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stock of Shout Muilc ami Hooks. Ilaniln auvpllea at
KuaU'm l'rlws. MATTIIIAH UltAY 0).. IW Post
Street, San Kranctsoa
tf nnn Will h I'uld ter each nnd etry Kifcln of poll'
(J I U U U onoua ultami tumid In WlrdoniSi ltolicrtlna,
scknowleiired tlio moat iltlUihtlul and only really
hariuhrs t diet urtlclo tier rodiiced tor Iwiutltj-ing
sud ileaerTtnir Hit eoiuiiluilou, rtuiovliiK tau, sunhurn,
fri-ckli-B uaiil all Mcnilnln a snd ruughnciui of tb kln.
Urcl utuU ludorsed hy the cllto of siKlety and the
utiiko. Sold h; ull itriik'trltts at W cents er lnittle.
Wtilte and Flesh. Munufuctnrod liy W. M. WlbDOM
fvi (irrnl"" PnrMsnrl H'wn
Kn WS5-M c V I' Vn 812
tlio syptcm frr cMIvcrv r.s to preatly
lessen, und mauy luius i ,n,c st cntliily do
away with tho fcuttcrliiBO of thut trying
Sn,,n . H sei'ipuon" ih u
Cures t e f iwivb ro for
u unto nn. v th t cII1I)llcntctt
nnd otiKtimito cases
of loucorrhea, or
flowlnir nt monthly ptrtjd, painful tnen
Btriuttlon, uiinntuntl Mipprcmlon, prohuv
pus or fnlllnir of tho womb, weak back,
" female weitkiii Ft," nnteversion, rctrovcr
slim, bc'uriiiif-tUwu miBntions, chnails
cotifc'fFtloii, nilluirmiitlon, und ulccrutloii
of tlio womb, iti'luitiirutlon, pain and
tenderness in ovation, accompanied with
" favorite I'roscrlp
tlon("vl.eu taken In con
neclitn Mith the upo of Dr.
I'ierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery, und small luxotlva
doHCB of Dr. I'ierce's l'ur
cutlvn I'elleta (I.lttlo Liver
l'ills), cures Liver, Kidney and Illuddcr dls
Chech. Their combined use alo removes
blood lnliitH, und abolishes cancerous aud
scrofulous humors from tho system.
Mrs. Ed. M. CAnrnr.r.r of 0ci7inad, Calf
fonila, writes: "I had been troubled all
uiy lifo with hysterical uttiieks nnd par
oxysms, or spasms, and periodical recur
rc iites of sovire headuche, but slnco I havo
bee u uolns jour ' Kavorito i'rtscrliitlon ' I
1Vn Tlfril. JOHN STOVAUT, Ot UOipCWCi
f ,r i T. 1, ,tJ" . I 1U.UI Ml I