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An Awful Tr .-edy ! Thousands of lives have been sacrificed, thousand8 of homes made desolate by the fatal mistake ofjthe "old chooi" physiciane, still persisted in by ome, notwithetanding the light thrown ipon the subject of modern research, hat Consumption is incurable. It is not. Oonsumption is a scrofulous disease ofthelunga, and any remedy which strikes right at Iheseat of the complaint must and will cure it. Such a remedy sDr.Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. t is a certain speoifie for all scrofulous complaints. I' is never known to fail if given a lair trial, hihI that is why the nanufacturers sell it under a positive guarantee that if it does not benefit or cure, the money paid for it will be refunded. The only lung remedy possessed of such reinarkable curative properties as to warrant its makers in sel ing it on trial ! In the City of New York. Building Inspector (examining large alloon structure of ten stories frora opposite side of ttreet)- It looks perfectly safe. I don't th ink I need to go through it. Besides, I want to increase my life insurance first.- Cfcicago Tribune. The Best Advertlslmg. The most efficiënt advertising in behalf of Hood'sSarsaparilla is that which comes from the medicine itself. That is, tho8e who are cured by it, speak to friencls suffering similarly, who in turn derive benefit and urge others to try this successful medicine. Thus the circle of its popularity is rapidly widening from this cause alone, and more and more are becoming enthusiastic in behalf of Hood'sSarsaparilla as it actually demonstrates its absolute merit. All that is asked for Hood's Sarsaparilla is that it be given a fair trial. If you need a good blood purifier, or building up medicine, try Hood's Sarsaparilla. One or Bógale' Falllngs. Barkon - Boggles is an uncompromising Republican, 'isn't he? Byte- Uncompromising? That's exactly what he is. He mighthave been $50,000 better off than he is if he had only compromised with his creditors. A ituriJir Captared. This morningabout two o'clock, John Wood.the well-knownplumber who resides on Main-st, was awakened by hearing glass break. On getting out of bed he received a blow on the head. He immediately grappled with the burglar, and after a terrible struggle succeeded in holding him until his wife obtained help. On being searched at the station, Mr. Wood's watch and wallet was found on his person. He gave the nameof RobertTerry. The broken glass proved to be a bottle of Sulphur Bitters which had almost cured Mrs. Wood of rheumatism. - Exchange. 2 Would Do Jast as Well. Visitor- I have often wanted to visit a lunaticasylum, but I suppose there is none in the city. Resident- No, but we've got a Board ofTrade. (Proudly.) Come alone. It's in session. It will do just as v, ell. On the Threshold. St&nding at womanhood's door is she, Ciad in virginal piirlty, And, like the lillei, alas, how frall; They are borne to earth when the storm prevalí, And their Ufe goes out in the nummer gale. When we see a frail and lovely creature, standing on the threshold between girlhood and womanhood, we shiver with a fear of what may be, because we have seen so many succumb at this critical period of life. What is needed at this time is a tonic and invigorant - something that will promote proper functional action of the female organs. The only remedy to be depended on is Dr. Pierce's Fayorite Prescription. The unequaled medicine, which cures diseases peculiar to women, is especially valuableat the period when the girl crosses the threshold of womanfiood. Used at such a time, it never fails to produce a most beneficia] result, and many a fragüe girl has been tided over one of life's most trying periods by it. Wlmt Bpectaclen Have Done. Kyeglasses are commonly ground with equal convexity on both sides. The material for their manufacture is both glass and a kind of a stone called Brazilian pebble. It is really [a rock crystal of very fine quality and does not resemble a "pebble" in any particular. Spectacles have alleviated more misery than all other human agencies, because thore is no sorrow equal to that caused by impaired sight. - St. Louis Kepublic. Ladles Try . Great French Remedy . Dr. Le Duc's Feriodical Pilis from Paris, F ranee, act onlv upon the generativa organs in fe males, and positively care Buppreesion of the mensus (from whatever cause) and all periodical troubles peculiar to women. Established in Europe, 1839: England, 1850. Canada, 1878; United States, 1887. A safe, reliable remedy, warranted to ezcite menstruatation. or money refunded. The larger portion of the ills to which ladies are subject is the direct result of a disordered and irregular menstruatation. The American Pili Co., proprietors. Price, $2. Sold by Eberbach & Son, druggists, Ann Arbor, Mich. 0 Hew Kqiiipiucnt on the Wabaiili. The Wabash Railroad has just placed on its day trains between Chicago and St. Louis a line of elegant new Wagnsr buffet parlor care. These can make direct connection at St. Louis with through sleepers for Hot Springs and the Southwest. The night trains on the Wabash running between Chicago and St. Louis have long had the distinction of being the finest in the West, their compartment sleepers being especially popular. This new departure brings their day trains up to the same standard. 51 tf He PuTtals and Thnt Togetber. A young woman was traveling in a Btationer's shop and the elderly proprietor suddenly asked: "And when does the wedding take place?" "The wedding? Why, you don't think " the fair customer blushed and hesitated. "Ah, fraulein, when young ladies buy a hundred of paper and only twenty-five envelopes I know there is something in the wind."- Cologne (Ger.O Gazette. For Over Flfly Yeir Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for children teething. It soothefl the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for Diarrhoea. Twenty-five cents a bottle. Sold by all druggists throughout the world. 0


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