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Day
29
Month
February
Year
1888
Copyright
Public Domain
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The Postniaster, Winchester, Mass., saya: I ara personally aequainted witli Mr. and Mrs. Carleton, and was astonislied at the remarkable effecta of your Sulpliur Bitters in curin; tlicir son, and its lnrge sale is unloul)iedly due to the fct Chat it is an honest medicine. I know of many others who have been cured by lts use, and I do not tliink too mucli can be sald in its praise. Yours truly, Geo. P. Beown, P. M. Major J. B. Pond says that he has frequently, ín the old days, paid Misses Kellofip and Carey as much as $1,000 for a single nlfrht's performance. Amongthe leadinjr lecturers of the day, Dr. Talmae is probably the most popukr among cleigymeii. He receives from $200 to $500 a lecture, tlie price dependin í; ou the size of the city where the lecture is given, and its disiance from New i ork. Daniel Dougherty gets from $100 to $300 a lecture; "Bill Nye," $100 to $l!00; irenry George, $100; Henry W Grady, of Georjfia, $300; "Joe" Howard $100; Wil! Carleton, $100; George w' Cable $200. Charles Dickens Is doing well flnancially. Matthew Arnold nd Rev. Dr. Parker both did well when they were here. James Whitcomb Kiley ig a rising reader. He reads his own poetas, and the public want readers to-day who are the authors of whut they recite. There are advantagei which are quite destitute of practical value. "Mamma, dear," said Janet, "At what time in the day was I born ?" "A two o'clock In the mornlne." "And wlmt time was I boni f" aked Jack. "Not until elght o'clock." "Ah," cried Janet, "my birthday'g onger than yours !'' "Well," said Jack, "Whafs the use of being born before U's time to get up?" Leave hope behlnd. All ¦ who enter here! So ran the dire warning which Dante read on the portáis of inferno. So runs he cruel verdict of your frie.nds f you are overtaken by the tirst symptoms of nat terrible disease, consumption. "Leave ïope behind ! Your days are numbered ! !" And the struggle against death is given ip In despair. But while there is life here is bope! Dr. Pierce's Golden Medcal Discovery ha cured hundreds of ase worse than yours; and It will cure nu, If taken In time. But delay is dan;erous. N power can restore a wasted un; the "Golden Medical Dlscovery," however, eau and wlll arrest the disease.

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Ann Arbor Courier
Old News