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“ Can Go to Sleep in a Minute.”
A gentleman who Lad fuffere tnue
from insomnia, writes, after using Com
pound Oxygen : ” I can do something
now I eottld never do before using the---
Oxogen : that is, I can lie down at
uight and go to sleep utmost in a min
ute—formerly it took me honrs ; seem
ingly eansed fcom uervausneaiL” Our
Treatise on Compounp Oxygen, its na
ture, action, and results, with reports of
cases and full information, sent free.
, D ib . Starkey Jt Paten, 1109 and 1111
-Girard Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
AH orders for the Compound Oxygen’
Home Treatment directed to H. E.
Mathews, 606 Montgomery Street, San
Francisco, will be filled on the same
if sent directly to us in Phila
The Western States — some of
them at least—are going ahead of
the East in putting down the liquor
traffic. Farmers and others are
waking up to the fact that the
greatest part of their taxes is caused
by the use of intoxicating drinks,
and they are justly resolved to
employ wise legislation to protect
spring held meetings, one outcome
of which was the appointment of a
committee to prepare a wise and
just bill to regulate the traffic. It
is now proposed to hold a series of
meetings in twenty-four cities of
the State, in which to discuss the
salient features of the new bill to
be drawn by Judges Arnoux and
Peabody. In each city a drawing
room meeting^wiirbe'Keld in th?
house of some prominent citizen, to
l»e followed by a mass meeting.
Representatives of all religious com
munions and political parties will
be invited, while the new bill will
be discussed by a deputation from
thi^ city. The bill will be submit
ted to the Legislature at Albany
These meetings are to be organ
ized by means of the Church Tem
perance Society. But there is no
sectarianism in the movement, and
we bespeak for them the warm
support of all ministers and people.
Let us rouse the whole State from
Niagara to Montauk. The occasion
demands it.— N\ Y. Observer.
Immediate, total and uif.-ctionate
setfsUirendcr of the soulto-Guil is
demanded of all responsible human
beings every instant by conscience
which is the voice of God. Post-
pone m en t of lob^UTrcc ’TX“Tiip»he4i~
ence. All delay of surrender to
God is rebellion against God. The
Divine summons is incessant, and
the Divine summons is incessant,
and refusal to obey is nothing less
than incessant rel>ellion.
Advice To Mothers.
Mns W inslow ' s S outhing S yrup should al
ways bo used whi n children aro cutting teeth.
It’relieve« the little Sufferer at once: it pro-
d'iceH natural, quiet sloop by relieving tbe
child from pain, and the little cherub awakes
as “ bright as a button. ’ It is very pleasant
it soothes the child, softens the
gums, allars j>aFn, rclices wind regulates the
bowels, and is the best known remedy fur
diarrhoM, whether arising from teething or
othcrcauJes. Tweuty-fiv-cte. a bottle. 13-20-ly
If you want knowledge, you
must toil for it; if food, you must
toil for it ; and if pleasure you must
toil for it. Toil is the law. Pleas
ure Comes through toil, and not by
For a cough or cold tlgire is no reme self-indulgence
When one gets to love work his life
dy equal to Ammen’s cough syrup.
C omplimentary .—For a year or more is a happy ( ne.— Ruskin.
have been advertising for Robert S.
Ammen a preparation known as ** Am-
men’s Cough Syrnp,” a medicine in
whose merits we firmly believe, because
we have tried it. Mr. Ammen believes
his Syrup to be the best oough medicine
in the world, and the quantity which he
makes and disposes of annually would
seem to justify him in his belief. Am-
mens Oough Syrup can be obtained at
any of the drug stores in this city, and
is gradually growing in favor wilh our
citizens, as whoever usesit once will be
snre to do so again. We also take pleas
ure in iecommcnding Mr. Ammen to
the craft everywhere as an honorable
gentleman.—[Albany (Or.)Herald, Feb
ruary 2d, 1881.
The greatest happyness of this
life, is to be thoroughly resigned to
providence, a resignation which
constitutes the true reposes of life.
Pierce’s ‘‘ Pleasant Purgative Pellets”
are perfect preventives of constipation.
Inclosed in glass bottles, always fresh.
By all druggists.
From these sources arise thiee-iourtbs or
the diseases of tho human race. These
symptoms indicate their existence:
Appetite* Bowels costive, -Hick Head«*
ocha, fullnen» after eating, aversion to
exertion of body or mind, Eructation
of food, Irritability of temper, Xovy
spirits. A feeling of having neglected
some duty, IMzzlneas, Fluttering at the
noart, Dots befru-e the eyes, highly col
ored Urine, UOMfiTlPATIOX, and de
mand tbe use of a remedy that a< tadlrcctly
on the l.iver. AsaLlvcrmedicincTUTT'S
PII.LS have no equal. Their actlou on th<\
Kidneys and Kkln la also prompt; removing
all impurities through these three “scav
engers of the system,” producing appe
tite, sound digestton, regular «tools, a clear
skin aud a vigorous body. TUTT’S PICES
cause no nausea or griping nor interfere
with dully work and are a perfect
And will completely change the blood in the entry«* .yitem in three month«. Any person who will take ONE PILL
ESCH .'HllttTmM ONETOTWFLVH WF.EKk.vnav be mtored to »ouad With, if »«ch a thmf tepoMible.
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“You claim fbo
much for S amari
tan N kbvin «,”
can one medicine be
a specific for Epi
Opium Eating, HheumatiMiu, Spermaior-
rliu*, or Seminal Weakness, nud fifty other
complaints?” We claim it a
rjTT’i MArilAL OF USEFUL RECEIPTS FREI
NEW COMMODIOUS HOUSE
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Where I can be found at the
yg hen the wauls uf Uio c o mmunity d e«
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It quiets and composes the patient—not by the
introduction Of opfntesand drastic cathartics, but
by the restoration of activity to the stomach and
nervous system, whereby the brain is relieved
of morbid fancies, which aro created by tho
causesalxive referred to.
To Clergymen, Lawyers. Literary men. Mer
chants, Bankers, Ladies and all those whose sed
entary employment causes nervous prostration,
irrcgulariticsTif the blood, stomach, bowels or
kidneys or who require a nerve tonic, appetteteror
•timulaut, S amaritan N ervine is invaluable.
Thousands proclaim it the uiost wonderful invig-
oniiit that ever sustained the sinking system.
, J1.50. Hold by nil Druu„i»tH.
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AS THE MARKET AFFORDS, AT
Thanking my friends for former
patronage would respectfully solicit a
continuance of the same.
A. B. GRIGGS.
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J. W. M c G arvey ,
And I will try and
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For testimonials and circulars send stamp.
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May 22, 1883.
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