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Sore Throat, Cough, Cold,
and similar troubles, if suffered to progress, result in seBRONCHI
rious Lung, Bronchial, and Asthmatic Affections, oftentimes incurable. Few are aware of the importance of checking a cough, or common cold," in its first stage. That which in the beginning would yield to a mild rem
edy, if neglected;, soon attacks the Lungs. COUGHS
Coughs and Colds are often overlooked. A
continuance for any length of time causes irritation of AND
the Lungs, or some chronic Throat Disease.
BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCKES reach directly the seat of the disease, and give almost instant relief.
The TROCHES are offered with the fullest confidence in their efficacy; they have been thoroughly tested, and maintain the good reputation they have justly acquired. For Public Speakers, Singers, and those who overtax the voice, they are useful in relieving an Irritated Throat, and will render articulation easy. To those exposed to sudden changes in the weather, they will give prompt relief in Couglis and Colds, and can be carried in the pocket to be taken as occasion requires.
Your Troches are too well and favorably known to need commendation. — Ilon. CHAS, A, PHELPS, Pres, Mass. Senate,
I recommend their use to Public Speakers. – Rev. E. H. CHAPIN.
I have never changed my mind respecting them from the first, excepting to think yet better of that which I began thinking well of: - Rev. HENRY WARD BEECHER. They have suited my case exactly — relieving my throat so that I could sing with T. DUCHARME, Chorister French Parish Church, Montreal.
OBSERVE: There are many imitations, represented to be the same as Brown's Bronchial Troches, which are in most cases productive of injury. Many dealers will recommend inferior preparations, and lower priced articles, affording more profit to themselves. Be sure to obtain only Brown's Bronchial Troches, which, by long experience. have proved their value, having received the sanction of physicians generally, and testimonials from eminent men throughout the country. Sold at 35 Cents a Box by all Dealers in Medicines.
BROWN'S VERMIFUGE COMFITS,
Or Worm Lozenges.
Much SICKNESS, undoubtedly, with children and adults, attributed co other causes, is occasioned by worms. The “ Vermifuge Comfits," although effectual in destroying worms, can do no possible injury to he most delicate child. This valuable combination has been successully used by physicians, and found to be safe and sure in eradicating vorms, so hurtful to children,
CHILDREN HAVING WORMS require immediate attention, as neglect of the trouble often causes prolonged sickness.
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS IN CHILDREN are often overlooked. Worms n the stomach and bowels cause irritation, which can be removed nly by the use of a sure remedy. The combination of ingredients ised in making “Brown's Verniifuge Comfits” is such as
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25 Cents a Box.
WALTON'S SERIES OF ARITHMETICS
I. Walton's Pictorial Primary Arithmetic. II, Walton's Intellectual Arithmetic, III, Walton's Written Arithmetic.
The Pictorial Primary Arithmetic, On the plan of Object-Lessons, is appropriately illustrated, and presents the elementary combinations of numbers in a series of simple and progressive lessons, calculated to interest and develop the mind of the young learner.
The Intellectual Arithmetic Forms a connecting link between the Primary and Written Arithmetics, reviewing the former, and illustrating with small numbers nearly all the principles applied in the latter. This book contains also An Introduction to WRITTEN ARITHMETIC, and is well adapted to meet the wants of the large class of students who can devote but little time to the study of arith. metic.
The Written Arithmetic, For Common and Higher Schools, is a thoroughly analytical and progressive work ; it presents the science of numbers a philosophical manner, and affords a more full and varied practice than any other book of its class. Its original and thorough system of reviews commends it to every practical teacher. A distinguishing feature of this Arithmetic is its adaptation to the present wants of business life.
Walton's Dictation Exercises Comprise a Card, on which are arranged figures for arithmetical operations, and two Keys, containing more than seven thousand examples, to be performed in connection with the Card. These examples embrace all the practical applications of arithmetic, from Notation to Cube Root, and are so arranged that the teacher may assign a separate example to cach pupil of a class of twenty-five at a single dictation. These exercises are especially designed for REVIEWS and TEST EXAMPLES, and may be used in connection with, and supplementary to, any series of Arithmetics.
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