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t'lttsburgb iron World says
iburgb steel-makers have e*
for the Caro of
agencies for the sale of the
Catarrh, Catarrhal Deafness and
el0f steel suitable for making
in Europe, India and Australia.
The microscope has proved that
M hare been so considerable
aotically guarantee an Mtab- tb«M disease, are oontogicus, and that
$,|e. Steel has been sold In they are due to the presence of living
ilon with an English-made arti- parasites in the lining membrane of
e same price.
the upper air passages and eustachian
investigation as to the height tubes. The eminent scientists, Tyn
Wr clouds, made in Sweden,
dall, Huxley and Beale endorse this,
e auspices of the Royal Solen-
and these authorities cannot be dis
iety of Upsala, shows that
puted. The regular method of treat
occur liiost frequently at heights
ing these diseases lias been to apply
ty-throe hundred and fifty-five
an irritant remedy, weekly and even
lock In the summers of 1884 daily, thus keeping the delicate mem
, the loftiest cloud observed at brane in a constant state of irritation,
was forty-one thousand feet allowing it no chance to heal, and as
the earth's surface, or nearly a natural consequence of such treat
lcs-tf r. Ledger.
ment not one permanent cure has
ring five school years the director ever been recorded. It is an absolute
Royal Deaf-Mute Institution at fact that these diseases can not be
a has made semi-diurnal cared by any application made oftener
ints of the height and weight than onoe in two weeks, for the mem
children under his -«are, and be brane must get a chance to heal before
a number of coincidences be- an application is repeated. It is now
rariations in their weight and seven years since Mr. Dixon discovered
in the temperature of the air.— the parasite in catarrh and formulated
bis new treatment, and since then hie
copper mining business baa remedy has become a household word
to s very low ebb in Russia. It in every oountry where the English
rted that out of 1,758 copper language is spoken. Cures effected by
in the Ural Mountains onljr him seven years ago are cures still, there
fighters being worked. The de- having been no return of the disease.
Bo highly are these remedies valued
I the iudustry is attributed to the
ction of the surrounding forests that ignorant imitators have started
consequent scarcity, of fuel, UP «verywhere pretending to destroy
|a pararti« of which' they know nothing,
in oonjuuttion with great difli- aa peiwoiw vr* WU1VU tllCJ AUU1T UUltUlUgf
by remedies, the result of the applica
tion of which they are equally igno
« expected fortunes
rant Mr. Dixon’s remedy is applied
only onoe in two weeks, and from one
elauland a Maffleian Awake and
to three applications effect a perma
Find Themeelvee Blob.
nent cure in the most aggravated
nday night I was poor and Tue»- cases.
was rich,” said Mr. Charlea H.
Mr. Dixon sends a pamphlet de
n, a few days ago to a Courier scribing his new treatment on the
er. That he had very recently receipt of stamp to pay postage. The
address is A. H. Dixon à Son, 303
poor no further evidence waa King street west, Toronto, Canada.—
to convince the reporter than Scientific American.
lmost poverty stricken home in
The Last Sqwecae.
he had been found in Russell
Some ingenious man has devised a
; that suddenly he had been scheme of using again the halves of lem
rich the reporter had written ons that have been squeezed to make
Lemonade. The invention should be pop
in his possession, as had also ular in the two cent lemonade and soda
heffreen, who,kwith well founded water stands of the east side. The used
t showed his visitor a receipt, lemons are put In water and mixed with
by tbe cashier of one of our acid under pressure. Not as much juice
tbanks'for a negotiable order for can be got from them the second time,
nds of dollars, which had been but they are real lemon skins, and that
goes a good way toward satisfying the
ited for collection that very day. popular prejudice agakist lemon juice
I am indeed a fortunate man. taken oat of a bottle.—New York Sun.
I bad faith and knew it would
About i.SOO words are all that are used
sooner or later.
ren bave I* There is this little in ordinary talking and conversation, al
though there are some UU, 00 words In the
■aid the elated speaker pointing English language. Different authors vary
pretty black-eyed little Jewess, In the number of words they uije, but the
ps ten or eleven years of age, difference is slight. Shakespeare found
fite others, besides a daughter t.OOj words sufficient for ail his Works.
is married. Yes, I have had a
h time of it, and had it not been
e hope of some day having just
luck I. cannot tell what I should
done. LI left Russia five years
with my family, thinking I should
no trouble at all in making a
living. I found it much harder
t along than I thought I should,
ing spectacles and eyeglasses,
h is my business, is very hard
k, there are so many doing the
thing, and many days I made
ney at all.
here is one thing though, my
d. I have always made money
gb for, and that was to buy a
et each month since I have been
in the Louisiana State Lottery,
sir, you see what has come of it.
I told my wife,” continued
animated speaker with chuckle, “I
uld get it some day, and I have,
r. Scheffroen seemed very anxious
the public should know of his
I wish I could tell
ry man in Boston to buy a ticket,
I have told every friend I
e seen, and many of them have
y taken my advice. Yes, put it
e Courier by all means, let every-
A strange incident
y know it.
nected with Mr. Scheffren’s draw-
a part of the second capital prize
1100,000, and one which would
m to indicate that nothing had
er to prevent him from getting it,
the fact that, although he ordered
ticket several weeks before the
wing, by some accident or other it
not reached him as late as five
lock on the Monday afternoon im-
diately preceding the Tuesday on
ich the distribution of prizes took
ce, and it was the new ticket that
ordered al that late hour by tele
ph which proved to have on it the
On the same day that Mr. SchefTren
w his fortune Mr. C. Fredericks, Of
rman street, who held another part
the same ticket, was also equally
riched. Mr. Fredericks, who is a
veling magician, was away from his
idence performing with a dramatic
mpany when the reporter called,
d therefore could not be interviewed.
ough however, was learned about
to assure one that the money was
much needed as it waa welcome.
ith none of his cards, or any of hie
r magic paraphernalia has he ever
uced such a wonderful transform-
ember 13 with the little engraved
let issued by the Louisiana State
ttery Co.—Boston (Maas.) Courier,
*Bunr nov mieuno*.
IH SaooitD Avx., Nxw Y om , Jan. 8, IBM.
I deem it my pleasure to teetlfv to the
phenomenal effects of B handrkth ' s P ills
upon payself. In eradicating from my sys
tem the moat aggravated form of indiges
tion. the attacks of which were nearly aa
severe as spasms. After a costly mediail
treatment two box, a of B handhbth ’ s
P ills have put me in a better oondlUou
than I have been for years.
F ilank W. GiLLk-rr.
A mild sage tea with a little hay rum
added is one of the beet of preventives for
hair falling out.
Come to the bridal chamber, Death I
Come to the m ther. when she feels
For the first time, her first-born's breath.
And thou art terrible.
The untimely death which ahnually car
ries off thousands of human beings in the
prime of youth, la Indeed terrib e. The
first approach of < onsumptlon la Insidious,
and the sufferer himself la the moet un
conscious of its approach. One of the most
alarming symptoms of this dread disease
is, tn fact, the ineradicable hope, which
lurks in the heart of the victim, prevent
ing him from taking timely steps to arrest
the malady. That it can be arrested in
its earlier stages is beyond question aa
there are hundreds of well-authenticated
cases where Dr. Pieroe's Golden Medical
Discovery has effected a oomplete cure.
A piece of soft flannel is better than a
brush for removing dust from silk dresses.
. In IMO “Brown'» Bronchial Trochee"
were introduced, and from that time their
success In Colds, Coughs, Asthma and
Bronchitis has been unparalleled.
Cod Bless the Duke of Argyle
The most distressing forms of itching and inflam
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R bmuiu , when al] others fail.
S oap , an exquisite Skin Beautifier, prepared from •ulia&T.~to my MW.----- bWfM t in Ckiwcaa - -
I took wven bottl«., with th. Cun-
it, externally, and C uticuoa R esolvent , the new Rum i km
Blood Purifier, internally, cure every form of tor ctbx and Soir, and the rwult 1, a permanent
I would wait and we It It would
turing, disfiguring, itching, scaly and pimply dis
eases of ths skin, scalp and blood, with loss of eomo back, but It hna proved all you aald It would,
do, ao I will aay God blew you and ycura
■X. A. HLOÇU__________
heart ML. New Yosa hair, from infancyofd age.
THO8. L. OKAY, Leavartown, Ohio.
I have been cured of a most unbearable itching
I, John J. Caw. D. D. 8., having practiced den-
Canton flannel make* excellent dish sldn disease by the C uticuka R kmzdizs . They
have enabled me to escape year« of. suffering. NCI »try in this country for thirty- '.five year*, and being
You may use my name as a reference, and any one well known to thouaaada heranbouta. with a view
A TRIAL BY JURY.
to help any who are afflicted aa I have been for the
That great American Jury, the people, Mo want« to know about my caso may rigbt me, jwat twelve yeara, toetify that the CuTicua. llu
W. B. BBOOKS,
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Providence, R. L
BDiu cured me of Pwriaala, or Scaly Skin, In
favor of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Purgative
Pellets, the standard remedy for bowel
I am a canvasser, and one year ago I was badly eight days, after the doctor, with whom I had coo-
and stomach disorders, biliousness, Bick afflicted with salt rheum, so that I was unable to aulted gave mo no help or ecouragemenL
headache, dizziness, constipation and walk. 1 tried the C utiouza R zmbdizs , and they
N cwtom , N. J.
JOHN J. CASE. D. D. 8.
entirely cured me.
F. E. PERRY, Rome, N. Y.
Keep flour aud meal in a dry place.
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Since he has
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ud Tslexiaphy rtl tor tffk
Ou n UU Lñítóía
Nerves.—-'Everyone of the thread-like nerves
has each a latent power to cause excruciat
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limit of human endurance,"and N euralgia
has n few of these fibrous torments all puls
ing painfully at once.
CH A RACTERI8TICW-
Subtile Pain.—Nothing is so subtile in its
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