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HrâàrwisÎ we will ^pleased fc glvs
editorial reviews of all books ana tracts of inter
est that may be sent to this office.]
The November issue of Dio L ewis ’ s
M onthly is much increased in size,
and superior to any previous number.
It is admirable as a whole and in detail.
“ Inobrity among Women,” by Dr.
Lucy M. Hall, Physician of the great
Woman’s Prison at Sherboru, Mass., is
a thoughtful discussion of the causes
and results of intemperance among
for instance, onr Beethoyen organ, of
which 25,000 have been sold. It has
is handsomely cased in ash. black wal
nut or manogany, and sells -for $125.
It is impossible for a manufacturer em
ploying agents to make this organ for
less than $300. Extensive advertising
has helped to increase the trade.” Mr.
Beatty in eight years has ’amassed a
large fortune. He is thirty-five years
old, and a bachelor. His fellow-towns
men have elected him to the office of
Mayor for five successive years.
to the Human System. Electricity y
Magnetism utilized as never before fo.
Healing the Sick.
THE MAGNETION APPLIANCE C01
FOB MEN IB
tion, Hernia or Rupture, Catarrn, Hies,
epsv, Dumb Ague, etc.
When any debility of the GENERA
ORGANS occurs,/.ost Vitality, Lack of
Force and Vigor, Wasting Weakness, u
those Diseases of a personal nature, from
ever cause, the continuous stream of Mi
ismjHirmea^ng through tlm|Mirt8, must r
about tiiis appliance.
by Rev. Dr. Hopkins, President of Au
burn Theological Seminary, will sur-
prise many people who know the repu
tation for solid orthodoxy of Dr. Hop
kins and his institution. F rank S ka -
man , Publisher, 69-71 Bible House,
T ut M anufacture of C abinet O rgans .
—Daniel F. Beatty, proprietor of the
famous Beatty Organ Manufactory, at
AVashiogton, N. J., was recently at the
Fifth Avenue Hotel. To a T ribune re
porter ho gave Rome facts as to the
growth in the cabinet organ business.
“ Any information that I can give you,”
he said’ “ must necessarily be personal
and relating more to my particular bus-
inens, but to that you are welcome. On
October 9, 1879. ground was broken for
my factory at Washington, N. J., which
was completed aud occupied by Janu
ary 1, 1880. An acre of laud was at
tached. The monthly sale of organs
then uveraged about 150. To-day we
have thirteen acres of land, well-nigh
.... -covered with buildings and lumber, and
the monthly shipments reach 2,000 or
gans, apart from the sale of pianos.
Upward of 1,000,000 feet of choice
woodsr are kept constantly in stock,
200,000 feet being required each month
for merely boxing instruments. Our
orders come from all parts of this coun
try, from South America, England, the
Continent and Australia. In the facto
ry we employ 500 men. You n^ay jndgo
of the demand for cabinet organs by the
f ict that an organ is made by us every
ten minutes. “Realizing the immense I ■
profits made by the middlemen, I de
termined to have no agents, but to sell
directly to the people, thus enabling
them to purchase at a low price. Take <
makes himself at the expense of a few
cents, or some patent medicine upon,
which there is a larger profit; if a phy
sician, *he wishes you to come to him
and pay for a prescription, instead of
buying a bottle of Ammen’s Cough
Syrup. Now, the simple facts in the
case are, that wo honestly believe we
bava-tlw beat rvmWy-4n t h e we rld 4or
colds, coughs and lung complaints.
And we hereby make this offer : We will
pay $1,000.00 in gold coin to any phy
sician, or Board cf physicians, to any
druggist, or combination of druggists,
who will furnish us a prescription su
perior as an efficacious and Safe family ‘
remedy. In other words, and to put
the offer so plain that can mistake, we
challenge the world to produce or in
vent a superior remedy to Ammen’s
Cough Syrup. Ask your druggist or
dealer fur it; don’t suffer yourself to be
fooled, or persuaded to try something
else ; try it yourself, then you will know
just what it is, and can tell your friends
of it. It for sale by all the larger drug-
and dealers on the Pacific Coast and
Mr. J. W. Thomas informs us in
The Continent that IJawthorne^
Whittier and Bryant are practi
cally unknown in Germany, and
that the most read American au
thors there are Cooper, Longfellow,
Irving, Mrs. Stowe, Eggleston, Poe,
Mark Twain aj>d Bret Harte.
Bret Harte popular and Hawthorne
unknown-! Such is fame.
If you are billious, take Dr. Pierce’s
“ Pleasant Purgative Pellets,” the ori-
ginal “ Little Liver Pills.” Of all
WARRANTED TO CURE
ere is no reme-
discusses the outcome of obedience'to
Mr. Greeley’s injunction, ‘‘Young men, dy equal to Ammen’s Cough Syrup.
it is astonishing :
go West.” “ Employers and Employ
ed,” by Mrs. Sarah K. Bolton, is a Just Think of it I More Ilian Seven
Thousand Bottles of Ammen’s Cough
happy and instructive discussion of this
Syrup have been Sol<l at Retail in the
important relation in human life as seen
City of San Jose, California, within the
Does not that prove that those who
have used it buy it again, and recom
mend it to their friends, and that is
wh at w o cl aim for xt-
in the world for a cold or cough—and
that it is rapidly becoming known and
appreciated, in spite of opposition from
the doctors and druggists? And this
immense sale has been created without
any humbug advertising, or publishing
testimonials, It haa.eome to our knowl
edge that certain physicians and drug
gists work against and try to injure the
reputation of this medicine. If a drug-
Or Money Refunded, the following ffij
without medicine: Fain in the Back, ffl
Head or Limbs, Nervous Debility, LuliW
Goneral Debility, Rheumatism, Paralysis, j
ralgia, Sciatica, Diseases of the Kidneys, M
Diseases, Torpid Liver» Gout, Seminal M
try. •“ Beautiful Hands,” by Fanchon,
will delight all women who are ambi
tious of personal charms. “The Old-
Fashioned Home,” by Rev. Dr. Fuljpn,
honest life. Helen M. Loder reviews
with spirit and pluck, “ Our Young
Women,” by Dr. Howard Crosby, which
appeared in a previous number of this
magazine. “ ‘ Dear Sir,” by President
Lee, of the Agricultural College, Miss.,
is an attack upon an old-fashioned ab
surdity. Lillie Devereux Blake gives
us one of her charming, touching sto
ries in ‘‘ One Thanksgiving Eve.” “ On
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TO THE LADIES:
If you are afflicted with Lame Back,
news of the Spine, Falling of the Womb,
corrhu-a, Chronic Incarnation and Ulce
strength and whoieeomcnoss, More
cal than the ordinary’ kinds, and can not be sold
in competition with the multitude of low test,
short wtight, alum or phosphate powders.
Sold only in cans. E oxal B aking P owder C o .,
106 Wall St., New York.
ing, Painful, Huppressed aud Irregular 1
str nation, Barrennesa, and change of LifeJ
is the Beet Appliance and Curative- A|
known. For all forms of Female Difficult!
is unsurpassed by anything before ¡uvea
both as a curative agent and as a sour*
power .and vitalization.
Price of either Bolt with Magnetic I um |
$10, sent by express C. O. D., and examine!
allowed, of by mail on receipt of price. In
doring send inossnre of waist, and size efi
Remittance can be made in currency, sew,
letter at our risk.
The Magneton Garments are adapted tai
ages, are worn over the under clothing (i
next to the body like the many Galvanic]
Hwkvjpvadw-rtmed- «**♦ -
and should be taken off at night. They M
their POWER FOREVER, and are worn ill
seasons of the year.
bend iltamp for the <<
“ New DejxrtaA
Mvdkid treatment Without Medicine," 1
thousands of testimonials.
THE MAGNETION APPLIANCE CO.,
218 State Street, Chicago,®
N ote —Send one dollar in postage stampti
currency (in a letter at our risk) with tiai
shoe usually worn, and try a pair of our It
netic Insoles, and be convinced of the pM
leaidiug—ui <uu: .other .-Magnetic JLppliiMl
Tbsilively no col
attack as those affecting the throat and lungs:
none so trifled with by the majority of suffer
ers. The ordinary eottgh or cold, resulting
perhaps from a trilling or unconscious ex
posure, is often but the beginning of a fatal
sickness. AV er ’ s C herry P ectoral has
well proven its efficacy in a forty years’ tight
with throat and lung diseases, and should be
taken in all cases without delay.
A Terrible Cough Cured.
—M-« Ibñí Ftnnk a scYErtrcoXd, wKnru
my lungs. 1 had a terrible cough, and pass« d
night after night without sleep.' The doctors
gave me up. 1 tried A yer ’ s C herkx 1’ ix -
T okal , which relieved my lungs, induced
sleep, and afforded tore the rest necessary
for the recovery of my strength. F.v the
continued use of the P ectoral a |xrma-
nentcure was effected. I am now 62 years
old, bale and hearty, and am satisiied your
C herry P ectoral saved me.
H orace F airhrothkr .”
Rockingham, Vt., July 15, lss2.
Croup.— A Mother’s Tribute.
“While in the country last winter mv littlo
boy, three years old, was taken ill with croup:
it seemed as if he would «lie front strangu
lation. One««f tlie family suggested llie.use
of A yer ’ s C herry I’ e « toral , a
av Inch was always kept in the house. This
was tried in small and fret ¡tie nt di scs, at d
toour delight in less than half an hour the
little patient was breathing easily.- 'J Ip- do,-,
tor said that the Ciiytuv P iijohal had
saved my darling's life. Can you wonder at
our gratitude? Sincerely’ vours,
All's. 1’JIJIA Cil’DNEYj.’
150 West 12Mb st., New v rk, k .>
“I have used A yer ’ s C herry Pr< h . iml
in my family for several years, and do not
hesitate to pronounce It the most effectual
remedy for coughs amt <sM-i Ve hare cr< r
( i» \ \ ►
Hike Crystal, Minn., March 13,It a?. ‘
“ I suffered for eight,years from Bronchitis,
and after trying ninny remedies with no sne-
RY P ectoral .
Jost tit W aul ,
Byhalia, Miss., April 5, 1 »2.
“I cannot say enough in praise of Avt n’s
L i ’ERRY P ectoral , believing as I do that
but for its use I should long since have «lied
from lung troubles
F. J. kagdo . n .”
lateáliue, Texas, April 22, b>_*.
No case of an affection of tlie throat or
lungs exists which cannot be greatly relieved
by the use of A yer ’ s C herry 1’ e < ioral ,
and it will al tray» cure when the disease is
not already beyond the control of merlicine.
prepared by .
Dr. J.C. Ayer & Co., LoweIÍ, Mass.
Sold, by all Druggists.
$5 tO $ 2 0
f“l b°me. Samples worth V> fn c
The only known specific for Epileptic Fits."**
•»"Also for Spasms and Falling Sickncss.'W
Nervous Weakness quickly relieved and cureW
Equalled by none in delirium of fever."®* I
««-Neutralizes germs of disease and Birkn«
Cures ugly blotches and stubborn blood sore»J
Cleanses blood, quickens sluggish circuí»1’0^
Eliminates Boils, Carbuncles and Scalds'®*!
S-Permanently and promptly cures paralyse
Yes, It is a charming and healthful Apcnew
Kills Scrofula and Kings Evil, twin brother*
Changes bad breath to good, removing catw
J-iV”Routs biliousness and clears complexkj
Charming resolvent and matchless laxative.®
It drives Sick Headache like the wind.'®» j
Contains no drastic cathartic or opi»t*J
Promptly enres Rheumatism by routing »j’J
Restores life-giving properties to the blood-J
is guaranteed to cure all nervous disorders.w
fly* Reliable when all opiates fail."®*
Refreshes the mind and Invigorates the bo<W
Cures dyspepsia or money refunded."®* J
Kr Endorsed In writing by over fifty thon»'i
ading physicians in U. 8. and Europe-®»
Leading clergymen in U. 8. and Europe-'®* |
Diseases of the blood own it a conqueror-®*!
For sale by all leading druggists. »1 .GO-*®*J
The Dr, S. A. Richmond Med. Co., Propn
St. Joseph, Mo.
For testimonials and circulars send atar^|
llOINGTON A CO., A Rents, s » h FraacMR