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MISTAKES WILL OCCUR.
la Which Sago unci Somewhat Trite A
sortlon Mnujr Men Concur.
It was morning.
Tho sun shone bright from a clear,
blue sky. Every body hurried busily
by. Tho street cars glided along. I
was Justin tlmo to swing carelessly on.
Onco on tho platform, without think
ing, I gavo tho conductor my fnro. I
Went forward and sat quietly down. I
sat wrapped in thought as a man in a
dream, unconscious of protty much
ovory thing except somo business plan.
In a few minutes tho conductor came
"Fare, please," ho said in an author
"I paid you." said I, fooling hesitat
ingly in my pocket at tho samo time.
"I know you did," was tho conduc
tor's would-bo sarcastic roply.
Not as yet being quito suro of my
self I paid him again.
In a few minutos ho came back and
returned it to me. Ho saw by tho reg
ister that ho had taken it before.
"I got your fare twice," ho said,
"I thought you did, butit'sall right,"
He stood by mo, tolling mo how such
mistakes will sometimes occur.
"Yes, that is so. No matter. It's all
right," said L
A strangor camo forward from tho
back of tho car and dropped into a seat
right next to mo. His faco woro a suro-
kind of an air.
"Such mistakes will sometimes hap
pen," ho said.
"That's all right. No harm done,"
again said I.
"You see, I didn't notico whoro you
got on," tho conducton then said.
"After I collected from you, I began to
think possibly I had got it boforc Tho
other Qay a lady got on tho car and
handed mo her faro; it was in tho after
noon, I don't remember just what day;
now let mo see "
"That is all right," said 1, "mistakes
are bound to occur."
"Even the bestbusinoss houses some
times make mistakes," said a stout
man, turning around to addross me
from tho seat just in tront "Now, I
know a caso "
"This really didn't raako any differ
ence," interrupted I. "I conldn't ro
mombor at first whether or not I had
paid my ftfre. I didn't want to quarrol
about it, so I paid him again."
"Yes," said tho stout stranger, "mis
takes uro bound to occur."
"What is tho mattarP" said a sympa
thetic gentleman behind mo; "I saw
you pay your faro."
"Oh, nothing at all," said I; "I paid
him my faro."
"It's a natural mistake," said tho
sympathetic gentleman; "thoy are
bound to occur."
"Yes, it's ail right," said I; "they
nro bound to occur."
Then a slim, gaunt-looking man,
Beatcd at my loft side, turned towards
mo with an earnest, clear-it-all-away,
hear-mo-talk, studont-liko air .
"1 guess tho conductor did not mean
anything. Mistakes will sometimes oc
cur. Last weok, for instanco, I "
"That's all right," gontlomon," I said
with a sigh. "Hollo! Skipp street; I
must get off here. Good-day, gentle
men. Mistakes aro bound to occur."
I walked up Skipp stroot and boarded
a parallel car. Detroit Froo Press.
PURSUED BY ILL LUCK.
lloir an Ingenious Citizen Propaied to
Turn It to f rollt.
Mr. Illuck Say, Mariah, now that
your uncle has left you, a littlo money
you just go and buy all tho property
you can got hold of in Frogtown. Tho
people there aro selling out for almost
nothing and moving back to tho city.
Mrs. Illuck What aro thoy soiling
"'Causo they'ro nearly eaten up
every summer with flies. Tho flies
thoro aro perfectly awful no standln'
thorn at all; thoy just populato tho
"Huh! Then why do you wnnt me
to buy tlmro, I'd liko to know?"
"I'll tell you, Mariah. You know
that I'm tho un uckiest follor that over
lived, don't, you?"
'I should say so. If you'd dig for
water you wouldn't find any thing but
dry rock till ho struck flro, or camo out
on somo Chinese desert. I do boliovo
that if you'd buy stocks that was
bound to riso in a month tho world 'ud
como to an end before tho month was
"Jesso; that's mo. Well, you go buy
property in Frogtown. You'll bo buy
in' it; 1 wont. Seo?"
"But tho flies?"
"I'll go there and sottlo down as an
ngont for fly paper, an' there won't bo
a fly there next summer." Elmira (N.
An Editor's Epitaph.
Weeping Widow (to marble-cutter)
I want a suitable epitaph placed on my
husband's gravo-stono. l'oor man, ho
was killed by having a safe fall on him.
Can you suggest ono?
Marble-Cuttor Perhaps so, madam.
What was your husband's business?
Widow Ho was an editor.
And tho marblo-cuttor chisolod on tho
tomb: "Gone to Press." Lawronco
Remarkablo Presence of Mind.
Laura (innocontly)-Doesn't the train
go through a long tunnel soon, George?
Georgo Tunnol just ahead, Laura.
Leans forward and whispers to boy on
scat in front. Johnny, I want you
to cough with all your might whllo
we'ro going through this tunnel.
Hero's half a dollar! Chicago Tribune.
RELIGIOUS AND EDUCATIONAL. '
Thero were 516 conversions nnd nc-
ccsIons in tho mission churches served
by students of Garrett Biblical lnsti
tuto last year.
Tho Polytechnic Instltuto at Wor
cester, Mass., has introduced a now
courso of electric engineering, lead
ing to tho degree of bachelor of science.
Tho Moravians, though small in
numbers and wealth, have sent out,
during tho last century. 25.000 mis
sionaries, and expended 00.000 year
ly, ihey have nino mission ships.
Tho greatest work which tho teach
er can do for tho pupil is tho work
which Cardinal Newman says Dr.
hntcly did for him: ho "taught mo
to seo with my own oyos and to walk
with my own foot."
llio Y. M. C. Associations nro
not making headway in Australia. Not
long ago thoro woro seventeen associa
tions in six of tho colonies; now thoro
aro only fourteon, and of theso not
inoro than sovon wcro represented at
tho conference recently hold at Sydney.
A Mormon Elder who lately ar
rived at San Francisco from Now Zen
land said that ho and othor Mormon
missionaries had been at work among
the natives for three yonrs and a half,
and that they had over 3,000 members
In their churches among tho Maoris.
A Christian tribe, surrounded by
pagans, has just boon discovored in tho
heart of Africa, Thoy had novor bo
foro seen a whito man. While their re
ligious ideas aro crudo. Btill thoy
havo a priesthood, tho cross and other
emblems of Christianity. They aro bo
liovod to havo been exiled from
Abyssinia about eight hundred years
ago. Catholic Ilcvlow.
In Persia Christianity has had great
success during tho last throo years. In
Western Porsia thoro ayo now more
than 2,000 church-members. What is
still mora hopeful, much of this prog
ress is made through tho cflicicncy of
native pastors. Of tho soventy-nino
studonts in tho college at Oroomiuh,
boventy aro Christians. Thoro aro
many village schools established by tho
missionaries, ami Dr. Labareo reports
that tho Moslems of Porsia aro mora
nccessiblo than thoso of nny other
Tho Now Britain, Ct, Young Wom
an's Christian Tomporanco Union has
organized ' mission work nmong tho
young girls employed in tho factories.
From tho small nuclous of ono room
nnd twenty or thirty girls tho work has
grown rapidly until now a tenement of
soven rooms is required to accommo
date tho largo number of regular at
tendants. Tho rooms aro open four
ovonings in tho weok and two hours on
Sunday. Thoro aro classes in dress
making, ponmanship and singing and
reading matter is supplied by a circu
"Why," asked tho funny boarder
at tho supper table, "is this beefsteak
liko our landlady's youthful son?"
"Bocause," chorused all his follow
boarders in unison, "it is a 'littlo
tough.'" N. Y. Ledger.
For Throat IMnciitm nnd ConchH.
"Hrnwn'a Vronchiul Trochtt," like all other
rrn'li gtuid tbliins, are Imitated, anil purchasers
should be careful to obtalu the genuine article
prepared by John I Hnow N & Sons.
Tbt'Obsmxa tor breaktaat.
Danger from Catarrh!
Catarrh Is an exceedingly disagreeable dis
ease, lta various symptons, discharge at the
note, bad breath, pain between the eyes, cough
liiK, choking soiikntiou, ringing noises In the
ears, etc,, being not only troublesome to the
mft'erer, but ollbnsive to others. Catarrh t also
tlanprroiu, becauxu it may lead to bronchitis or
consumption. Being a blood disease, the true
method of cure Is to purify the blood by taking
Hood's siarsnparllla. which has cured many
severe cases of caterrn.
"For several years 1 hud been troubled with a
kind of asthma or catarrh In my throat, and
bad tried several kind" of medicine but could
find nothing to helu me. My wife wanted me
to trv a bottle of Hood's earsaparllla. I told
the druggist of whom I bought it that I had no
faith lu It, but would give it a trial, which I
did. I must say I was very much benefitted by
using It and would recommend it very highly
to any one having asthma or catanh " Km as
I'. Okvbiks, firm of Devries & Peterson, Omaha,
Sold bv all druggists, tl: six for5. Prepared by
C, I. ll'OOD & CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Muss.
IOO Doses Ono Dollar.
mW . J!)
The above Picture Iteprucnti
CAPTAIN S. GREENWOOD,
Master or tie steamship Kanawlii
About a year ago ho observed a etrnngo
change- In his feelings. Ho felt tired !
stead of vigorous: nervous Instead of
strong. Ills appetito became poor and his
sleup broken. Ho tried to overcome theso
feelings, but they would not go. Ho then
noticed pulns and Irritation lu tho water
channels, and that the Uulds pasted were
often thick nnd with n scum on top or a
brick-dust sedlmout at tho bottom. All
theso wcro tho sure symptoms of that fear
ful disease, Catarrh of tho Uladder. which
has always been considered Incurable, and
they continued until tho Can tain was fn
a terrible, condition. Hut ho is tho plcturo
of health and vigor to-day, and he owes
It entirely to that wonderful medicine,
Hunt's llemcdy. Cant Greenwood says:
"I am so certain of tho great value of
Hunt's Itcmedy, that I alway carry a sup
ply on shipboard for tho uses of my men,
and I prescribe It whenever thoy aro ailing;
Aftereurlngmoasit did.and restoring lay
wife, (whom tho best Physician of New
York said was dying of tumor,) to perfect
health, I swear by It."
This Great Jtemedy altoHltly cure all
Kidney, Liver and Urinary Diseases.
B For Hale by nil Dealer.
O. V. CKITTKNTON, General Agent,
US Vultou BU, X. Y.
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THAT F.I.KPII AXT.
Tho passenger on the Berkeley local
enjoy a sight wIm h is denied residents of
Oiklanu, unless they make a special trip
for the piirpos el 'seeing the elephant.
aim nose who nuve iKen uns iriji agree
in saving thej were well repaid for
their trouble. Mannincc on the mirsii
near ICth St. Mutton is a ponderous whl
elpnhnnt. evidently enlovlnir the r
freshing sniffs rf malaria. So natural
docs this monster look that the 'children
on the passing trains wonder wny n
standi so quiet day after day. The an
ftinl ti-na l, ,nvf nrl lit tlm S5Tt-Mil?
CHKMICAL COMPANY, and Is causing
a great deal ot comment. .Mr. v. i
Mitchell, the.keepcr of this mounter, an
luinM in Imvik nttanlntn n., titr.il nvnr lit.
, - . . ' .r. 111. . . ' . - v. ...... V. . . .....
charge, and even lxnt of hla ability to
heap all manner of indignities upon the
beat, without danger to himself. Mr.
Mitchell, further states that the reason
the animal Is able to remain in such an
unhealthy locality 1h that the elephant s
liver is kept in perfect order by tke Great
oiorra ivtuney anu i,tver ure.
For sale by nil druggists.
The small writer gives his readers what they
wisn, the great writer what tney want.
'"Mid measures and ualaccs.tho' we mav roam.
lie It ever so humble, there's no place like
especially if blessed with a wife wboe hours
are not spent in misery causeu oy inose urag
glug down nalus arising from weaknesses uecir
liar to her sex. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
relieves and cures these troubles aud brings
sunshine to many darkened homes. Sold by
druggists under a notitire ouarantre from man
ufacturers ot satisfaction or money refunded.
ueaa guarantee on nottie-wrapper.
The cleansing, antiseptic aud healing quall-
tle or ur. fcage s uatarrn Hemtiiy are un
We swallow at one mouthful the He that Hat
ters, aud drink drop by drop the truth that Is
"The race is not to him who doth the
Nor the battle to the man who shoots with
the longest gun."
"All the ameo" a long gun does count,
and "the tallest Dole gets tho ieriin-
nions." If you are not satisfied with your
enuiomcnt for tne race for llnanclal sue
cess, or position in tho battle of life, take
our advice and write to B. 1 Johnson &
Co., Blchmond, Va., nnd our word for it
thev will show vou how to get a fresh
start, with the bst possible chance of
winning sonic of the big prizes.
The mischief of opinions formed under lrrlta
tlou Is that men feel obliged to maintain them
even after the Irritation Is gone.
Washing powders are strong alkalies,
and ruin clothes. The purest, soan obtain
able In the best and cheapest. Dobbins'
Klectric Soap has been acknowledged for
24 years to be the jntrest of all. Try It
Ilfaii.ilnnu .1 ......-. . IMnnjI .. . I f 1 lD
A, ,... r- . . , mm. ...... a .a .... .d
the best remedy it mat ureaa uisease, uyspep-
sia, iur 11 rcguiuies me lyuipimiii: bjmcui hum
Men urn niilifitlv tiilNlimlerstnfwl. from thnlr
speech as well us from their silence: but with
this dilVerenee: their sllencp does not represent
mem; ineirspeecn misrepresents mem.
No stranger should visit the city with
out smoking "fansilPs Punch" 5c. Cigar.
If afflicted with Sore lives, use Dr. Isaac
Thompson's Jye water. Druggists sell it. asc.
How Remarkable Cases Aro Disposed
Of at 235 Fifth Street Opposlto
tho Court House.
Electricity Did It.
McMi.N.sviM,K, Oct. 18, 18S9.
Pits. Dakwn Dear Siis: In answer to
Your letter of inquiry I can onlv pay that
after nine months my hearint; remains
eood; can hear the clock tick in next
room plainly. No rintnng or buzzing
notses in my ears, and I feel as though
they were permanently cured ; and I
feel as though you could cure all curable
cases, l am truly grntelul anu leel tnat
you will trent all lairly.
MBS. M. A. JOHNSON.
Acute Rheumutlam Cured.
Mh. Eihtok : For months I have been
aillioted with acute rheumatism in my
hip. The pain was so great that I could
scarcely sit in a chair or walk without a
crutch. I applied to tho Drs. Darrin for
electric treatment, and am now entirely
cured. Can be referred to at Butte
creek, Clackamas county, Oregon.
l-UKli TAl bUK.
Cancerous Growth and Catarrh Cured.
Mit. Editoh: For five years I have
been troubled with chronic catarrh, also
a cancerous growth in the nose. Through
Dr. Darrm's electric treatment 1 am per
manently cured. My wife is also cured
of malaria and liver complaint nnd gen
eral debility. I can be seen at Mount
Tabor, and will soon live in Sandy. Or.
1 have witnessed their skillful operations
on others. IIENItY VAN HELMS.
Cross-Eye Made Htratght In Ono Minute.
Ma. Eihtok: For twenty years I have
leen cross-eyed and had great fear of an
operation. At last I was induced to try
Dr. Damn, as Ins system is almost pain
less. Last week I came from California
to visit my sister, Mrs. E. II. Marshall,
living on tho southwest corner of Twelfth
and Washington streets, Portland. I
applied to Dr. Darrin, who told mo ho
would cure me or no pay. i wab cureu
in one minute.
WM. F. IIASENBEKG.
Dra. Darrln's Place of Business.
Drs. Darrin can bo consulted free at 2U5
Fifth street, corner of Main. Portland.
Office hours, from 10 to 4 o'clock daily :
evenings, 7 to 8; Sundays, 10 to 12. All
curable chronic diseases, loss ol man
hood, blood tainw. syphilis, gleet, gon-
orrluca, stricture, spetmatorrha'a, Bemi-
nal weakness, or loss ot desire oi sexual
power, in man or woman, cauirrh and
deafness, are confidentially and success
fully treated. Curee of privato diseases
guaranteed, and never published in the
)apers.;Most cases can receive homo
treatment after a visit to the doctor's
office. Inquiries answered and circulars
sent free. (Parties writing will please
mention the name of tho paper you saw
this notico in.)
A mretini? of thn directors of tho three
Santa Fo branches in Southern Cali'or
ii I n u-nu hold nt lyiR Ani'flcH lately and a
consolidation eii'ectcd under the name of
the Southern California Kailwny Com
pany. Tho roads consolidated aro the
California Southern, California Central
and Kcdondo Beach.
Beside slneing an American song to
tho phonograph when it was exhibited to
II . .. it... A.I .1....
mm at rrieuncKHrunu mo umur uj-,
Prince Bismarck sent tho following ines
eago to Ills son ; "Bo moderate in work,
moderate in eating, and also somewhat
(audi elwaa) moderate in drinking thiB
b the adyiee of a father to his Bon."
HOPE FOR THE SICK.
Ono Remedy for One Dlscaan.
(From Mntieal Journal).
"The four greatest medlcnl centres of tlie world
aro London, l"aris, Berlin and Vienna. Theso cities
have linmenso hospitals teeming with suffering hu
manity. Crowds of students throng the wards study,
lag under tho Professors In charge The most te
tiowned physicians of the world teach at d practice
here, and tho Institutions aro storehouses of medical
knowledge and experience. With a ticw of making
Mils experience axallaUe to tho public the Hospital
Itcmedy Co. at great expense secured tho prcscrli
tlons of tho hospitals, prepared tho specifics, and al
though it would cost fro. $25 to $1C0 to secute tho
attention of their dlstlngu'shcd originators, jet In
this way these tlunblo medicines are sold at tho
price of tho quack patent medicines that flood tho
market and absunlly claim to euro every 111 from a
slnglo bottle. Tlio want hk. felt for a reliable
class of domcstie remedies Is now filled with perfect
satisfaction. The hospital ltemnlled mako no un.
reasonable claims. The epecifto lor Catarrh cures
that and nothing else; so with tho specific for Ilron
chltis, ConsumpUon and I.ung Troubles; Khcuma.
tlm Is cured by No. 3, whllo troubles of Digestion,
Stomach, Liver and Klrinejs hae their own cure.
To these Is added a spcclfla for Fever and Aguo, one
for fetualo weakness a general tonic and blood
maker that makes blood and gives form and fullness,
and an Incomparablo remedy for Nervous Debility."
Theso remedies aro all sold on an ahooluto guarantee
to do what is claimed for them.
A circular describing this new method of treating
disease Is sent free on application by Hospital IUh
sor CoiirANV, Toronto, Canada, Solo lroprletora.
Truth nud Justice aro the foundations of life.
llolldnyH nro I'omiiiK.
Rare novelties, shapes and artistic Im
ported nleopraphic and chromatic cards.
A larjjo and beautiful collection sent Is
mail to anyone who will do this: -Buy a
box of thn genuine Dr. C McLane'H Cele
brated Liver Mils price LV) cents, and mail
us the outside wrapper with your address,
plainly written, and 4 cent in stamps
We will then mail you the above list with
an eletraut pnekaee of oleoKraphlc cards.
Fleming Bros,, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Punishment must be like salad that has
more oil than vinegar in It
In (t'lierul lli-ldilt.v, Kmiiolntlon.
4'oiiNiiiiiptloii unit Wartime In Child
ren. Neott'M KniulHloii of Pure Cod Liver
Oil with Ilypophos.phites. Is a most valuable
food and iiieillelne. It creates an appetite for
food, strengthens the nervous system, and
builds up the body. Pleam read- "I tried
Seott's Emulsion on n young matt whom physi
cians, at times, gave up hope. Since he hogan
Using the Kmulslou his cough has ceased,
gained tlesh and strength, and from all appear
ances his life will be prolonged tunny ye rs."
John Sullivan, Hospital Stuward, .Morgnnza,
Comparison, more than realltv, makes men
happy and can make them wretched.
Tin- t'hniiiliei- of Torturo
Is the apartment to which tho unhappy suflVrer
from inflammatory rheumatism Is eoutlued. If,
ere the crisis of )ain Is reached, that line pre
ventative, HostettT's Stomach Hitters, is used
by persons of a rheumatic tendency, much un
necessary suffering is avoided. Nervines, ano
dynes and sedatives, while having none but a
a specific effect, are yet very desirable at times.
Yet they can ptoduce no lasting effect upon
rheumatism, because they havo no power to
eliminate from the blood to rheumatic virus.
Hotetter's Stomach Hitters doos this, and checks
at the outset a disease which. If allowed to gain
i eadwny, it is next to Impossible to dislodge in
to do more than relieve. Hhcumatlsm, It should
be remembered. Is a disease with a fatal ten
dency from Its proueuess to attack the heart. A
resort to tne timers snoum.tnereiore, oeprompi.
Dyspepsia, kidney complaint, malaria aud nerv
ousness are relieved by It.
A state of dejection is like a sponge: it In
creases with tears.
KVKItV NYSII'TO.II (iOKK.
Probably no disease Inflicts so much contin
uous pain as Hhcumatlsm. Over no single com
nlalni has Dr. David Kennedy's Fnvoritu Hem-
lily, of Houdout, N. Y won more cures than
Rheumatism, hv Its use the agonized Patient
can once more use his limns nnd freed from past
years of pain.
Mr. Frank Strnlt, a well-known merchant of
New Hamburg, N. Y says: "I sullVrctl tortures
from Sciatic Kheumatlsm. .My ease was a very
bad one, nnd none of the means taken gave mo
relief. I use Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite
Kemrdv. of Houdout. N. Y., am entirely rid of
every symptom of my trouble. Only three bot
tles orougut auoui mis woncicnui resim. it nas
built me un and been of great benefit to me In
other ways. I heartily recommend It to otlier
Dr. Kknnkdy'b favoiutk Kenedy, made at
Kotiitout, .n. v, ii; o for to.
Send for book, how to cure Kidney, Liver nnd
The onlv legitimate anger Is n holy emotion
directed against an unholy thing. Bin, not our
uciguoor, must ou us oujcci.
Happiness Is no other tliun soundness and
perfection of mind.
HUltK Cl'KK rOlt IMI.KH.
sure cure for blind, bleeding and Itching Piles.
One box has cured the worst casus of ten years'
standing. No ono need suffer ten minutes after
using Kirk's German Pile Ointment. It absorbs
tumors, allays the Itching, acts as a poultice,
gives relief. Dr. Kirk's German Pile Ointment
Is prepared only for I'li.'B aud itching of the
private parts, aud nothing else. Kvery box is
Sold by Drugg UU nud sent by mall on receipt
of prlco, tl.00 ier box. J. J. Mack & Co., Whole
sale Agents, San Francisco.
"Tbdiy cured I Ycttertlay Crippled "
At DnroatsTH st Dkai.eiis.
THE CHARLES A. V0GELER CO., Baltimore, Md.
OlCiraTTAI BAOU, Oftblor, RooiiW
Budett Ortoni. bond Instruments. Irce
rti KhMtfc Miiili tnd lU.iki Iluidt ni(mlld a
Eastoru Price. HATCH t AH (11'tV CO, MS Fos
(Street, Ban Vranoboo
WILLIAM BECK & SON,
- WHOLESALE AMD HSTAIL PKALCKS IN
GUNS AND SPORTING GOODS
WtHtorn AKtnts for
A- G. Spalding 4 Bros'.-
IIA8K HAUi OUODS
Illoycloi. Velocltiedea, Tricycles.
105, 107 St Ktll lid Mt I'ortluud. Or.
a ranch stores:
IUterslda At. npokao FaUs, W. T., WBUteBt.,Halen
sar I'lvo's Cure for Oon
for Kevpluif Ibu voice
clear, VS3 tvuts.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
From the Professor of Chemistry, Cala. College of Pharmacy.
I nave miilo a cnrcful analysis of a
'owdkk tnirclmieil ly mo In opon market.
ream ot Tartar used in lis manufacture Is
foreign substances, such as Alum, Ammonia, Lime or otlier impurities. I consider ft
to be pure ami wholesome, anil in over' wny a superior article.
W. T. WENZELL, M. D., Ph. M., P i. .
Professor of Chemistry In tho Cala. Col. Pharm., I'nlversltv California.
A NEW TR1SATM1CNT.
Sufferers aro not Generally nwaro thai!
uicsu uisuuEi-a nro contagious, or mm uiuy
aro uuo to mo prcaouco OI itvinc pnra-i
sitofl In tlio llnina mombrano of tlio noso I
and eustachian tubos. Microscopic ro-1
search, nowovor, una proved this to do a l
i ace, ana mu result oi tuts uiscovcry is
l that a Blinplorcuiedvlian boon discovered
which Dormanentlv euros tho most oggrn-
Ivated casosof theso distressing dlsoasca by
of ow sitnplo applications niauo( ttcouwto
letoxolalulng this now trnatmnnt. is Buri
aiKirn uv ino liauouL at Homo, a iiaiiiou-
I free by A. IL Dixon & Son, 337 and 839
I woat lung ptrooty aoronto, Canada.
FOR THE BLOOD.
" . iiu in" ..... ... ...v ... re
nant breaking out on my leg, which caused
Intolerable pain. It waacallcd Ecxemn by
the doctors four of whom treated mo with
no relief. I candidly confess that I own
my present good health to H. 3. H., which
lu my estimation U Invaluable as h blood
remedy. Miss Julia DkWitt,
.7 X. lOtll til., HI. IMU, MO.
I our imhy when two months old was at
tacked with Scrofula, which for a long
time destroyed her eveslirht entirely, nnd
I canned us to despair of hei life. Th doctor
failed to relieve her and wo gavo
Hwlft'H Hpeclllc, which soon cured her en
tirely, anil she Is now hale and hearty.
1:. V. JIki.k, Will's I'olnt, Texas.
A"- Send for book clvlnir history of
Blood Diseases and advice to sufferers.
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Is Sold on -P08ITIVE
to cu ro any
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ttaus of elthel
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