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The Queer Way In Which a New York
Woman Earns a Living.
LEARNING A TRADE.
A Sound Argument In Favor of Boys Ae.
quiriug Knowledge In Hnops.
An ingenious moonshin* r in Kentucky con
cealed bis still >n a cave in such a manner as to
allow the smoke to escape through a hollow A New Home Treatment for the Cure of
tre •. In I>>is way he eluded the vigilance of
Cararrh, Catarrhal Deafness and
the revenue otti< ers for over a year.
When a boy has once gained the
“Have you any old hair brushes or
The microscope ha-* proved that these
THAT HIGH WAY OF NATIONS.
bath brushes you’d like to sell?” a practical knowledge which every boy
The broad Atlantic, is ever a stormy thor di sea es are contagious, and that they are
young woman with a basket on her of the Iea8t ability will naturally acquire oughfare.
to the presence of living parasites in
Y* t blow the w inda ever so fiercely,
aKin asked a man the other day. The in a shop he is fitted to convert the and ri-ie the waves ever ho loftily, seamen must the lining membrane of the upper air pas
man the goon sh ps, tourisms wUl brave the pas sages an I estachian tubes. The eminent
young man had a few of the articles knowledge which a college or a univer sage,
and commercial travelers and buyers scienti t«, Tyndall, Huxley and Beale en
must visit, the rentres of foreign trade and dorse this, and these authorities cannot
*he wanted, but as he was keeping sity offers him into useful wisdom.
manufacture. That atrocious malady, sea-sick be disputed. The regular method of treat
them handy for the cat that stalketh
ness. together with colicky pains anil much in
ing these diseases has been to apply an ir
and howleth'in the darkness and the cationists is that a boy can better be ward uneasiness is often endured when Hos ritant
remedy weekly, and even daily,
tetter’s Stomach Bitters would have fortified
organ impressario that grindeth in the
the voyagers against them. Sea captains, and and thus keeping the delicate membrane
fact all old salts and veteran travelers are in a constant stale of irritation, allowing
early morn, he eouldn’tsell. The young he can learn to do something by prac in
acquainted with the protective value of th s es it no chance to hea , and as a natural con
woman saddened and gloom overspread tice. Thyj has never proved true, and timable preventive and remedy, and are rarely I sequence
of such treatment not one per
unprovided with it. Emigrants to the far West
her face when she heard that. She
should use it aa a safeguard against malaria. manent core has ever been recorded. It
was a st range-looking girl; that is, if
Seek the aid of the Bit ers for dyspepsia, con is an absolute fart that these diseases can
liver complaint, kidney troubles and not be cured by an application made
you saw her pass in the street you graduates in this country to-day whose stipation,
ad ailments that impair the harmonious and oftener than once in two weeks, for the
would have to turn and study her.
\ igot'ous action of the vital powers.
membrane must get a chance to heal be-
I fore an application is repeated. It is now
“What do you want to do with old tremely precarious, because they know
best way to get along with people who seven years since Mr. Dixon discovered
brushes?” the young man asked her. nothing except what they were taught are The
"set up with pride' is to upset their pride the parasite in catarrh and formulated his
“Hush!” she said mysteriously. “A at college. On the other hand, there and them, too.
new treatment, and since then his remedy
make them new again. I buy them for are a great many who have had their
! has become a household word in every
THE FLYING DOVE OF PEACE.
where the English language is
five cents apiece and tear off* the backs
A richly fronted quivering flying Dove. : spoken.
Cures e fleet* d by him seven
and pull out all the old bristles. Then and correspondingly benefited thereby. A Dream of Life screen calendar. An im ! years ago are cures still, there having
I soak the frames and scrub them, and Simple as the wnole matter is, there are ported ideal head. An imported f ouled beefl no return of tne disease.
So highly are these remedies valued
putin new bristles and put the backs many who can not be made to see it, *tiow scene and a full set of magnificent
Fourteen artistic pieces. that ignorant imitators have started up
on in their places again. I can sell all ami they are helped along sometimes, Sent to anyone who will buy f osi a drug everywhere
pretending to destroy a para-
I can make for sixty cents apiece. Say, in their blindness, by those who ought gist a box of the genuine D r C. M’L anjk ’ s I site, of which they know not hing, by
results of the application of
won’t you sell me yours? It’s better
mail us the outside wrapper from the which they are equally ignorant.
than filing them at cats and you know course alone will fit a man to get a and
Dixon’s remedy is applied only once in
you mightn’t throw .straight, anyway. decent living is as fallacious ns the idea address plainly. F leming B ro »., P itts two weeks, and from one to three applica
tions effect a permanent cure in the most
ur Where do I get the old brushes? From that such a course can nut help him BUR««, F a .
barbershops. Do you know that there in getting along in the world. The
The injury of prodigality leads to this, that
Mr Dixon sends a pamphlet describing
»re thirteen hundred barber shops in best advice, in our opinion, that can be he who will not economize will have to agon his new trea* inent on the receipt of stamp
The address is A. H.
Mew York alone? There are fully that
many and perhaps more, for I got those depend upon what you may acquire at “WHAT DRUG W ILL SCOUR THESE Dixon & Son, 302 King street west, Tor
onto, Canada.—Scienfi/Zc American.
figures a long time ago. Do you know some institution of learning to get you
Wicked Macbeth, who murdered good King
1 couldn’t marry any one—not even comfortably through the world. The Duncan, asked this question in his despair.
A Kentucky man has nvented a process for
Jay Gould? No. indeed; I can not failures will be a hundred to one. On Thousands of victim* of disc*8C arc daily ask- making five-year-old whisky in three months.
‘‘What will scour the impurities from my
the contrary do not despise what you ng
local and bring me health"? Dr. Pierce's
may learn at schools and colleges. I Gulden Medical Discovery will do it. When A PLEASURE SHARED
The young man felt sad.
tbe i urple life-tide la slugg sii. causing <1 row si
Malherbe, the gifted French author, declared
“Ah, no,” she continued,
iK'sH. henda< he mid ’o-s or appetite, use this
fatal as the one first named.- J inerican wonderful vitslizer, which never fails. It that of all things that man posatsses, women
hfilicted person. I was in
forces ttie liver into perfect action, drives out alone take pleasure in being possessed. Thia
asylum. 1 got my discharge, but some
.superfluous bib1, brings the glow of health to seems gum rally true of the sweeter sex. Like
the ivy pLnt she longs for an object to cling
I the ch ek and the natural sparkle to the eye. to
times my head feelsqtieyr. I think I’m
and love to look to for protection. This be-
— Woman (who has given some I All dpiggi-dx.
ing her prerogative, ought she not to be told
all right now, though; for every thing mince pie to tramp) —“You seem to be t
that Dr. Pierce’s Favorite Prescription is the
a is proposed to widen the Delaware river
goes well with me.
You see, I hungry?” Tramp—“That goes with at I Philadelphia
physical salvation of her sex? It banishes
at a cost of $3,500.000.
those distressing maladies that make, her life a
used to work in a brush factory before out saying, which is a bit of badly
burden, curing all painful irregularities,
my head troubled me ami that’s 1 iq 2 Anglicized French, i
uterine disorders, inflammation and uleerat“
ain,,inetming in of piciiirea, and especially ot the folding prolapsus unit kindred weaknesses,
learned the trade. iUiake a f ur profit I our more vigorous ma
English, ‘You can | cards’•epresenting the living rulers, flags nervine, it cures nervous exhaust-tun.
on my work, and 1 think that it is much , bet your sweet life I
u- I wunldn’i i
<' rata Df-»rinM of ail the aruiu»** •< th® ti<xu. debility, relieve^ mcntsl anxiety
world'«jl! be pleased to 1> arn that Duke, pochondria, and promotes refreshing s
better to try and gen along thia way be tilde to get away with
& Co. are about to issue an album
than to ask people to help .lie. I am pie.”— N. K. Sun.
A sagacious person will sometimes 'behave
containing the complete collection, which
a tool by being irritated into arguing with
only anxious to get plenty of barbers tn
fifty different countries. This like
—“I think a bath daily would be
sell me their old brushes.”— N.
is as beautiful, interesting and un
i beneficial in your case,” said the physi * 1 album
ique a publication as was ever presented MANY PEOPLE KEFUKE TO TAKK COD
cian to I’lod gers, the valetudinarian. I to the.public, and will be delivered to Liver Oil on account of its unpleasant taste.
—Of t tin various geological collections “Well, 1 don’t know, doctor.” repliod I every one who returns seventy-five fold- This difficulty has been overcome in Ncott’s
untoiled (same as taken from the five- EmilI nio ii of Cod Liver Oil with Hypophos
in th, British Museum, the oldest is the I’lodgers, in a feeble voice. “I took a [ | era
rent boxes of Duke z ameo Cigarettes). phites. It being as palatable as milk, and the
Sloane collection, which was acquired bath once a year or two ago. I felt
‘ * The albi
albums wi 1 be d* liver d on and after most valuable remedy known for the treatment
Of Consumption. Scrofula and Bronchitis, Gen
^th, and until further notice on re eral
by purchase in 1753. The fossils were better for a while, but it wasn't long April li
Debility, Wasting Diseases of Children.
r << the folders, with full address of Chronic Coughs and Colds, has caused physi
then regarded as more curiosities, and before I was as bad as ever, and I have I < the
parties returning such. Address W cians in all parts of the world to use it. Physi
the original manuscript catalogue, still been growing worse ever since.”— St. i Duke. Sons & Co , First avenue and cians repot our little patients take it with
1 Twenty-ninth street. New York.
This is pleasure. Try Soils Emulsion ami be con
preserved, contains many curious en Louis Magazine.
certainly a liberal offer an I one lhat will vinced.
tries to remind the readers of the rapid
be apDreciated by the public Those w ho
It cost New’ York $10,000 a day for snow
progress of the science of geology stand up. Bodkins, how
I are saving their empty Cameo ixixes for shoveling during the w’eek after the blizzard.
during recent years.— Arkansaw Trav- linguish organic
inorganic the purpose of securing one of the mag
When everything vise fails. Dr. Sage's Ca
matter?” Bodkins—‘*ln the organic niticent pictures of Langtry or Theo are
that the folders from such boxes tarrh Remedy cures.
—A magnificent gift has been made world every individual springs from reminded
will secure to 1 hem an album also.
to the Natural History Museum, South Mime parent, while inorganic sub
They are making church organs now so that
they can be played by electricity.
Kensington, by Captain Wardlaw Ram stances are formed by chemical laws.”
sey. The late Marquess of Tweeddale 1 eacher—“Very good. Give an ex
PILES CAM BE CURED.
had perhaps the finest collection of ample of an inorganic substanoe/*
W Bar field , N. Y.. May 18, 1885.
birds In Great Britain, aud had in ad Bodkins—“An orphan.”— Life.
For thirty-two years I suffered from
dition a very valuable ornithological
Skiq Scalp piles, both internal and external, with a I
libnry. This collection and the library
—Comformablv to the laws of ad-
DISEASES attendant agonies, and like many another
were bequeathed to Captain Ramsey, rance and retreat of glaciers, it is said
suffered from hemorrhoids.
who has assigned the whole to the ■ hose in the valley of Chaiuounix,
thirty-two year* 1 had to cramp myself to
C vtic U r /X pay
nation, together with many rare or-
or Switzerland, are now beginning to ad-
doctors and druggists for stuff that
nithological specimens obtained by rance. The lower extremity of the
was doing me little or no gtxxi. Finally I
urged by one who had had the same,
himself in the far East. The valuo of Glacier des Bossons is “not more than
complaint, but had been cured by B rand -
this present is £15.000.
FOR CLKAN8INO. PURIFYING ANI) R eth s P ills , to try his cure.
1 did so,
I 1 beautifying
the skin of children and infants and ’»egan to improv.», and for the past
Cowlray to Photographer—"1 want he sea.” and is going still lower. and
curing torturing, disfiguring, itching, scaly two vears I h ive had no inconvenience
and pimply dDeaaee of the akin, scalp and from that terrible ailment.
ray pictur’ tuk.”
blood, with loss of hair, from infancy to old age.
Kl( HARD BENNETT.
Photographer—“Yes, sir; sit right extremity ••has advane d at the rate of the C cticvra R kmkdies are infallible.
fifty yards a year.” it is said that ••»
UVTICVRA. the great Hkin Cure, and CVT1
The kind of oil mo t extensively used for
to cut out of the ice in May. 1816.
ternally and (T ticvra R esolvent , th*? new pouring on troubled waters is turmoil.
a quarter of a mile from the extremity. Blood Furifivr, internally, cure every form of
“Yas; look right here, please."
and blood diuvasea, from pimples to
has moved down more than sixty skiu
The T*»roat. '*liroun'n Hronchial Trtuhef*
Giro* tly on the organs of the voice. They
Sold everywhere. t*riee.CvTicvRA.50c.: S oap . act
"Now sit perfectly quiet. Give me a rards.”
have an e (raordinars effect in all di.-orders of
25*'.: R esolvent . $1. l»rei>are<l by the P otteh the Throat. Sprakrrn and Ntaper*. find the
good expression and wiuk when you
D rug and C hemical C o .. B oston . M ass .
Troches useful. Sold only in boxci.
t.» *’nre Sain Diseases."
have a mind to.”
The Van Monciscar <■ „3 Babj - -How
8k n »nd 8calp preserved and
"What was that last remark, pard-
laautifled by C vticvra S oap
S ymptom *- Motitw?; intense itdunf and Minrina,
«K idney P ains . Backache and Weakness most
scratching If allowed to con
"Wink —wink when you feel like it.”
i-urcdby Ct TH i h * A x i 1 PaillPl hMTULan tinue tuiuvn form, by
«bich often bleed and ulo-iat«,
instantaneous imin-subduing plaster. 25c. becomiug very son« S w * y . xbm G intmknt stops the
"Burned ef I'd tuk lou fur a drink-
Voxoft mklllMed and
itching and bleeding, heals ulceration, and in many
Id. Rinile iw married ru»o
la’ usuu. "-*7 /•„,/
— The throe-year-old son of Michaei
Curron, of Susquehanna. N. Y , was
seized with convulsions and a doctor
was called Suspecting that the boy
had been overeating, the doctor gave
him an emetic and soon after the child
ejected a live liaard two and a half
laches long. Tiro boy is now all right.
I TO S *>ATS.
Blg W?irt<1ven antva?»
sal satlsfaction In the
cure of Gonorrbara and
Gleet. I prescribe It and
feel safa in rvcoinmend-
in< it to all «ufferera.
1. J. «TOXF.R. l.r-
TRICE tl.OO. .
Boid by Pruebista
cwt rem' Y« the tumors It u r ruallv rtficaci..u<< m
curing all skin Di-e«*«
DR SW AYNE A 8<»N,
Proprietor». Pin .«ri«*| |>bta. S waymb ' a Onnux? can
be obtained of druggista Sen* bj mail for 50 < . nt*
J. II. » l*K. A««ay er and Analj tleal
( hemht. laboratory, 108 Fir»'. st.. Portland.
Or. Analyses made of all »'a balance*. Rates
for assaying gold and silver ores
ages sent by mail or express promptly attended
to. and returns made.
See Anti^etl Piano advertisement.
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