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It Shortened the Patient's Leg Two Inches.
?.j so Affected the Nervous System
that Ks Continually Shook es
with the Palsy.
to Six Years of Torment He Succeeds in Find
ing a Remedy for the Horrible Disease.
Then Is M nme tn this section of the
country, esmueuted with the medical world,
that H better known to the poblio than that
of ilr. Uourae Peterson. He k shuaud in
a nice, comfortable home with a good &rm,
about four miles wet of Johnson City, Bt,
He is now fifty-eight yean old, in a healthy
eonditioo,aiid weighs one hnndred and ninety
poomia. Kot a mora upright and honorable
citisen does osr cation afford, and he a
looked upon w;:h wonder, because of his
healthy condition after so long ft period of
misery and suffering.
The cat!se of ilr. Peterson's long suffering
was a hurt wht -hhe received in a mil, while
running ft drIU m ISO, being ft soldier at
the lists. Be has been crippled in hit right
leg ever since that tbie. ficiatio rheumatism
then set in, and lis leg began to slowly
wither away and draw up in the joint, and
now h ht a'xuit two inches shorter than the
other. It b-in to grow worse and, finally,
his whole buily bean to shake like ft person
with the fit. Titus' dance. Bis first severe
attack was am:tt six years ago.
There is no d.sea. in tlte power of human
Ddunuwe mora awful in its pains and
. JBtctioas than acutie rheumatism. 8onw-
iiQ'S its pain cry be a slow, steady one,
tfaile, at other tiaea, it cornea with jerks
M wrenchea that neea to twist the bn.ly
tit of all shape of recognition. It seems to
-onirtrt (he muscles, drawiug the body al-
ohw ina !;!t. White this is probauly the
rnrr r f acutie Tieumrtiism, it some.
i-ow F. , i in ini.tler forms. So it
ma dr. I K snon, b it with it wts assnet
i:tel a fli;i ani eontlitioa a1rm4 as un-
irosiftrta'Hanrl tiniieuratiie. ine ootiy was
ina-mnrmuilsha. rendering it impossii'le
tor finu to do aurtiiin?. He had kat all
-onwv! (if Hi frn)"-t. On apnliaition to a
nhrvion for reiW, he was toid that the
tdiiui'M oiirit inxt bin all his life, or. on
sue otter hand, it mk'fu leave him entirely
el an nnpxperted moment.
For over tore years he was not able to
write a word, so were was bis shaking. He
r-wiid nut ern sizn hsa vouchers, thereby
i d -in? to raise his mark and witness it At
us time he could not walk a ftp without
nd. n ft even sit down in a chair wiihoat
yta!:'-e. So severe wm the shaking ofi
rm ti&a :.iit rt nimrK esr-a mm to go
riiuL Kmu'iiiK dUting-iahft rrson a
rill's diance in irnt of hjm. He came
Tery ueiiy tos;n hv njind, a::d rs friends
laoiiTht, as a Us rco-f , ihat 1" would have
oe laten tr a hot-itL "VMi-n he was
ciXen to town for exmi'a'in ry a phy
an. he had t M eT :ra::ied in the boeisy,
odidicuh ww it f tr J im to g-t out. Often
unuH it would t sot life wis nearly ex
unst, and his f-t mid hands would have to
be bruhd in wa n water and rubbed in
order to restore t :-s circulation, for two
years h was n rt a1'- o feed himself at the
uole. liwever fiicifil and dutiful -wifn put
taefoodtohismnuth. Atni?hthe won Id take
-"nvtaering svelte and would have to be
uited ud in fr-i that he mivm retnia his
oraun ana p"nn. ai ma critical period ; either to mate or Oroak, and all discern re
tm was not afcie to pH on his clothes, not ! suiting from vitiated hnmers in the blood,
able to do acvihitig bat sh and suffer his Pink Pills are sold by all dealers, or will be
miserable life awsv. i seat post paid on receipt of price, CO eentt ft.
One physieian ftave. as his decision of the box or six boxes for t3.S0Hthey ere never r
aasa, that his leg wontd have to be placed in in bulk or by the 100) by addressing Dr AV'll.
anoa -ad atretcbed to its) ohgmal htagl ih$at' MaiimCm9tBGhmamij.
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Fare from Albany amk Points West to Ban
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Bound Trip Good for 60 Days Special.
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including new piano, will run' between
t'orvalhs and Portland on the following
Down river: Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Sundays, Leave Corvaltis 6 a- m. and
Albany, 7 a.m. Arrive Portland, 6 p. m.
I p river: Monaays, exniewiays ana
Fridavs. feave Portland. 6 a. in. and
Albany, 9:20 p. m. Arrive Corval lis. 11:20
p. m. j i j . -at'i,
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MaiiHirer. H. B. Hack?,
H. L. Wavuntit, Ag't, Ofp KevereHoiwe
AkwH, itepot Alitany,
Klpam Tabules cure dizziness.
Biponl Tabulea cure dyspepsia.
Ripana Tabulea cure flatulence.
XllMtt MMM: Ibr mmVmamk.
f jMs. mm
thereby extending tht emtrarted orfat
nerve which m in eai of trouble. 1
Fettnon, uowilliiiir to rabjtct hu bmty
uch ever treatment, objected, tim.;
that it eouid be made better, if not euw
some mow humane way. Ail kinds of w..
medic inea had been tried. At times
Utought ha wh eujoyiup tin conilon
pleasur of t panud relief, but seen
would be beck lit lue nme old rut, b.
his life one of misery and affliction. 1
of tile being one of improvement uu?
was one of continual toil and u.
Eiectrw current, wiuch have gained ,
foothold among the remedies lor rl
and neuralptc paint, were tried wii.
partial relief fat a while, lie wis ;:
by nearly every physician iu Die .
Au kinds of medicines were tried t
avail. Alttch money had been spent in
Still was tins disease like a vampire r
away at his miserable life. The c
finally ray him up. saying arthinr -relieve
nim. They had trnd every r
known to the medic! world, and no
tboueht it best to keep the money
was being spent for donors' bills and
cinet and make hi but day as plcxsa;
him as his miserable conriiion wnuld t"
He was placed before a Bute Board of ,
sion examiners and was told that it
be naelees to ipeniJ ary mora money f
direction or to try to improve his bra!
it was an mipossimnrv. Asne now tr t
the culmination had been reached, but.
to be baffled hy despair, he still soncl t n
by which his miserable life could fe i
more happy. "As long as there is life t
is hope," He saw an article in the j
which stated that a distinguished Iei .
man m liichigan had been enrrd of a
rrsembling his own by Dr. William 1 j
Pills for Pale People. Be then
ennrage to try again. He ordered one-!
a oxen Boxesana Dy rasing puis one
rested tlte tohowing nipht better than he
rested for years. Fosevere was hie ease i
he took them nearly six months. Be fc
to jrrsdasJly iD'Tid and is now a hu!e i
hearty men. He now goes anywhere en i
form that he desires, and is sow able to wr
a good, plain hand and sign his name to 1 .
vouchers, and i able to do his chores ' r
the bom. 'While he is too olii to L
hard, he si in sneh a condition that he
spend hh last days here on earth in jf ;..
These pills were not known io this trtt'
of conn try till Sir. Peterson tried them, i
row thy can be had at any drag r
Hondredsofhoxes hare been sold on s"
of the reputation of this one ease. At .
half of the pf' b1 knowing the wr
the pills, call for' the kind Mr. Pckrs
(fiirned.) Voitbow Petebmk.
Subscribed and sworn to before me on Lc
25th day of May, AJX, im.
, seal. Just tot of the. Pnur.
An analrsis of Dr. WillisW Pint ViV
shews that they eon tain, in a condensed rWin
all the elements necessary to give new I i rV s- r.
richness to the blood and restore abntn-L
nerves. Tbey are an unmiling specif- fn
such diseases as locomotor ataxia, urn- -
parajysw. Bt. Vitus' dance, sciatica, netrroit i-.
rdeamansm, nervons hesdach, the atler ef
fects of la jrrrrine, Dslnitstinn of the heart, ra'.t-
and sallow fnnmlexiftnsi all fnrmmnf MlnrH
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W. C. PETEESOH, Agent,
MBS, UTOX'S TEA.
XBaeoooed in the deptba of her bif
aim chair, atniki liirhting up her flu.
old lace that her white hair frame
with a crown of nuow, Mrs. Hnrraoi
wa cousider'.u lun- uolc-w Andren
a rood-lookmr ,Vttnfr f:low of 2f
who, tar his )fi 1, was con.i tlering the
timepiece on die mantel, wiinac humb
were alreaiiy pust thret oVIack,
Well, Andrew, do you find the cloc!
In some confusion the young mun
tammered an excuse, butche went on:
?iow, don't tU'ny it, you naughty fel
low. You wauu-tl to know iS your vijh
had lasted loi!r nioufrh for you to tukc
your departure tU'Ccntly."
"Sot at all, aunt your puoss is
quite wronjr. for 1 haven't the slightest
Intention of gointr yet. Rut wiiy Ac
yoa keeu n repulur ur dial like that
in your dnnvinniom?"
"Perhaps biruuvs I was born so loop
ago that it is I nnd not the clock that v
behind time, lint eonie instoml of
qritiolsimr my tlrawinproora, toil ntr
whot you ve troinar to do wheu yon
"In the first ploce 1 am not gomg tr
leave here for some tin(; but wht'n
have wearied yon with my prraenc:
until you cannot stand it any lonpi r.
It will be time for me to go to XIre. Lc
. "Mrs. laton Panlinetaton?"
"Ah, yes, I used to see her some time
ago. I remember her vaguely a large
woman, dark '
"She is a blonde, aunt,"
"Indeed? She used to be a brunette.
And so you are sighing at the feet of
"We are all sighing at her feet."
"She must enjoy it."
"Well, I rather think she does."
"Is it fun?"
Tee, after a fashion. We are always
the same little circle of friends, and
then, besides Mrs. Laton, there's a sis
ter, a rather good-looking girl, ntid n
few other young matrons and bachelor
"And what do you ds besides look at
"We take tea, which we moderate
with rum, a bit of lemon; we gossip and
"Oh, oh." -
"But, my dear aunt, one must do
something between five o'clock and
'Evidently, and flirting ia what you
have found to do,"
"It is a way to kill time."
"I scarcely know what you mean by
the term. Explain it to me."
"Oh, impossible. A definition for the
word has long been songbt, but it has
not yet been found. But, given a young
woman tete-a-tete with b young man
who is not a fool, and I warrant yon it
won't be long before you will have a
practical demonetration. Flirtation is
a manner of being discreetly indiscreet.
To know how to flirt is no common ac
complishment. It is a veritable sci
"And is love a science, too?"
"No, it is rather an art."
"And marriage what is it?"
"Oh, lhat is philosophy."
"Indeed? At whet age does one at
tain this philosophy?"
"As late as possible."
"It seems to me that at 2S "
"Aunt, aunt!" cried Andrew, spring
ing from his chair, "confess that you
are concocting some terrible plot. You
look as guilty as a conspirator."
Mrs. Ifarmon smiled a fine smile and
enjoyed for a moment the consterna
tion in her victim's face. Then she an
swered, after a pausei
J "Yen, you are right. I wish yon to
, get married."
"in neaven s name wnat nave I done
to yon?" gasped the yoong man, with
comic seriousness; and. as the old lady
still smiled, he continued: "See here,
aunt, I should never have suspected
you of such a thing. You, a woman of
intelligence, a superior woman, de
scending to the role of match-maker!
It is a terrible shattering nf my ideals."
"Come, come, my poor boy. do not be
so cast down. The girl is charming, I
can assure you."
"Of course," Andrew burst out, "the
girl is always charming. Oh, I know
her; I can see her now; she may not be
exactly pretty, but, as you hove said,
she is charming. She dresses admira
bly, and makes all bcr own gowns. She
stood at the head of her classes in
school, and attends lectures now. 2!ore
over, she has taken cooking lessons and
can put up preserves. She plays the
piano, she sings, she paints, nnd she has
a tidy fortune in her own right. Bah!
No, a thousand times, no! I do not
want this miracle of ptrfection. I
know a thing or two, aunt, even If I
don't look it, and if I marry, I shall
marry a woman who uits me. But I
know girls they are all alike and I
know what they are and what they are
worth. There isn't one who suits me,
or can suit me, and I shall remain a
"And you go to take tea at Mrs.
Laton's," murmured Mrs. Harmon be
tween her teeth, while a disturbing ex
pression came into her clear-seeing old
Under this ironical and even inquisi
torial look Andrew lost countenance a
little; he could not deny that to matri
mony he preferred flirting with Mrs.
He was pulling himself together to re
ply, or rather to defend himself, when
the street door bell was heard.
"A caller, eh' Is thU your reception
flay, aunt, or do you, too, give your
friends tea at five o'clock?"
"Yn are impertinent, nephew. At
-:y age a woman docs not give 'five
'dock flirtations.' It is not even a
.illar. I am sure it is my little friend
oaniond, the 'charming girl' T spoke
"I shall flee, then."
":fo you not wish even to see her?"
' 'evert Or, ii you insist, I shall go
'" titi little acteioam'atad look at
1 hcrthrouchthecraoirof taedoor. That
is the only concession I shall nial.e,'
and tht yot.ng mrujteriprd quickly it
Uic mwt iOi ja the opposite dc
jpeued to admit, tin' visitor; throui
the slit Antl .w could make out I.
wicrft:! !;':.;.. itetttf of a young girl.
'iiotv do you do, Mrs. llarmou?" sa'.
:he girl, as she entered the room. "
lave brought back the little books c
the orplmn Rsylum that you let
maiiimi.. Muv ty a moment wit
She eontini:.Hi .a keep her back t
ward Andrew, and he, now begintut;
to get timl of the game, had about cc
imVd that she must be frightful!,
"Sit down here, dear, beside me," am
Mrs. Harmon easily contrived to plac
the girl juaS opposite the small reon
and the younaf man. approaching h:,
ye to the crack, was struck by tl:
jren? few h l.i-hdd.
"VU, ra'CimmJ. what are you dolt:
nowadays? Are you going out much?
"Xu. very little. 1 had a card forMre
Laton's tea this afternoon, but 1 wroi
her I was ill. You will not betray mc J
wui your- ana sne latiguca a mcrr,
taup.li, tiiat set Andrew's heart to vi
brating. ' tkt you not care" for snob affairs?"
rfiked Mrs. Harmon.
"Surely, Mrs. Hormnn, you do no
think it would be amusing to spend ai
tour or two watching Mrs. Laton's fllr
tations, with no one to talk to but the
insipid woman and stupid men of her
"You ae severe, my child."
"Severe? ,Well, with a woman like
Mrs. Laton I do not think one can be too
Instinctively Mm. Hnrmon raised her
eye to the door that conceded Andrew,
and, sutler pretext of arranging tlK
portiere, the croast'd the room, and, a
she rearranged the drapery, whisiore.'
to her liephi'tv; "It's nearly fire you'l.
be late for your tea."
Iiut her miming was unheeded; An
drew did wit budge. As for thr girl by
the fire, she k rs still full of her idea.
"Do you know Miu. Laton, Mrs.
Ilarniou?" she asi.nl.
"Yes, yes," the old kt.ly hastened to
reply; and Us tun :.he einivrantion fhc
went on: "Hut you are vruiig to de
clace that all men are rf'uiid. Ther
are some who arc quit"r.aili!e."
"Sensible? Well, I ilunt Lnow Picm.
I do not main that they are p !! stupid,
but they think themselv to rupeiis.
that they ate wearisome. They n:
vain, IcsuiTcreble bona, with (in.:;
blase airs nr:,1 titer idea lUtt they r.;i
irresbtilie becaiv-' ttary can flirt wili
Mrs. Luton, whi has U.-;.caitl tut::,
smer-rs point on her fat ns if it vert-
a palette, and whose brnhia arc guu'l
for nothing but to devise outragi-on -
Again Mrs. Harmon ctist un nncr.ir-'
glance toward the little room, in tt-ulcii
Andrew v;.6 last watting anttrv. lie
would ha'.? ill.eil tn stratle this girl.
whose siifi-rb limlth and triumphant
beauty h ritatei! Irtl.
"Aud when will you grt married, my
dear?" si'rceMed Mrf. Harmon, again
thrown" luirself into the breach.
"I sh.iii iipver tnarry."
"Indeed? Why not?"
"Why rot?" repeated Kosamond. a
shadow of tr,i'l:tiK.-!io!y coming over the
face timl Ar.drvw oilrtiired tr. spite cf
himself. "!i'auc I am a l:ltle foo'
who cu:. !;ot do a': the rest do I wou!-'
wish to love my husband and to Lav
iiim lave ti.e. I tvouitl triftU to uiarr.A,
i m;;n v-hota rslnu.lt! sierie out fror.
miong the rost for h' giitKliK'st: ant' i:.
icilif.t.iicc. I v.oitld wish to hove cn-ii(h-nce
in him.nnd above all lie proud of
As the eirl spoke she had beeome iini
mated v.ith a gentle exaltation, wv.ch
vas not without its effect on the young
man beh'nd the door.
"Well, Ko::cEiim!," said Mrs. Hamion,
"why do yon not realize your dt .am?"
"Because ther? are no young men
nowadays who care to look for a girl
who plenaes them. Mamr-ge for them
is a matter of business, nothing more,
and the woman liorself does not count.
They marry when they have lost their
money, and the little heart they pos
svaaed has been frittered away on some
Mrs. Laton or another."
Agalu Mrs. Harmon arose, and, pre
tending she had an order to give, ex
cused herself and hastened to her
"Well, aunt, abe has given ns a nice
dressing down, eh? For a 'charming
girl,' I would back her against the
"Hurry, Andrew; It Is late, and you
have almost missed your tea." 4
"My tea!" he repeated. "Bother my
tea! Is there nothing else in the world
but my tea? Mow, yon must find an
excuse to bring me into the room, and
I'll show that young shrew whether
all men are fools. Oh. she need have
no fear, I shall not try to marry her,
for I still have all my hair, a little
money, and a heart still intaot."
Mrs. Harmon could not refrain a
sndle at the young man's vexation, and
five minutes later Andrew entered the
Jlut, contrary to expectations, the
conversation did not become a war of
words; on the contrary, the girl's fresh
gayety disarmed Andrew's angwr at
dimpled smiles and her gentle voice,
and he soon fell under her charm, for
getting his anger in hie admiration for
her graceful movements, the penetrat
ing timber of her voice, the sparkle of
The hour for the tea had long passed,
and Andrew was still there. lie had
lout all desire to run after Mrs. Laton,
that faded dull whom Kosamond as
he woe forced to udmlt, to himself had
portrayed so truthfully.
And ensconced once more In the
depths of her orm chair, Mrs. Harmon
smiled a Uuliy smile, and silently re
garded the young people, who, for their
part, looked at one eiwttbcr with looks
that do not deceive, and in which the
old aunt read wfth joy the hope of a
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