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pies free Pimples, Pustules, Sores, St.
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sipelas, Tetter, Salt Rheum,
S)S: caldI Head, Riingworm, and in
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td clubs. Stomaeh, and Liver. It also cures
other complaints, to which it wouid not
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lhere Even where no disorder appears, people
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ir the risk which he Ilsut nu In ilnvilet att:tacks of
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F'or Liver Complaints, arising fronm torpid. thro
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iipear. poisonl or other means, and vital or
my of gan: wasted beyond repair.
ihi, Bilious, Reemittedt, and In-.
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les of purevalent in the valleyv of our great
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1, St. especially those of the Mississippi,
Ery- Ohio, Missouri, Illinois;, T''ennasee,
euIn, Cumberuland, Arkansas, Red, Colo
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i Summer Lantid Autulnn, and remiarka
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other abdmlinal viwera. In thetir
treatmtet, : pirlative, exerti ug a
l),);v ffi i i tfincul pon thi ý.4l ear i.
on ied o)r ;iMll, is, eM,'nt talv 11nt'ssary.
ole 'There is no em(tarltic for the pri rp~e
wtifile , ,
,usi espial to 1).t. J. V1A LKER'S I ,,tGA h,
ith iir veits, a(3 they wil I speedily remove
he th daal:,'d vi.'cidl matter with which
Lid. the bwis are lo).aded, at the sahe time
stimntulating Ihl ,Iecretiois ulof the liver,
a:dl generaUly restoring the healthy fuse
ass tio.ns of the tlire.tie organs.
Fortify tithe bod(y against dis.
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a. VI~Is:u.ta lrr'ruts. No epidemic can
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Se Dys)pepsia or Iindigestion, Hea(ld
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ver, Eruttatioms of lthe Sttomach, lhiad 'Paste
Fe inll the Mouth, lilious Attacks, Palpita
tion otf Ithe Hicart, Inflanmlnation of the
2 or Lungs. fain in theregionm if the F idl,'s,
uder a it hialidred other painful symliptoms,
ii are the ofllprings of D)y-pepsia. One bot
than tie will pr've a hetir mturantee of its
for mnerits-than a lengthy advertisement.
I(ch Scrofuhl, or King's Evil, White
ifer, Swellings,. Ulcers, lErysipelas. Swelled
that Neck, (oitire, Serof'ulous luntlanimnatins,
sur- Indolent lnflanunationos, Mercui'al affic
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Si'e Eyes, iet', Ill these, as in all other
this coustitui al Diseases. Wal.tKa', Vi.
the ;.Al lh IIrrTS have shown their n.eat cur- .
04 alive powers in the most obstinate and
the iatracialle ca>e:-.
o tFr lliblamiIatory' and Chronic
n: i1lilltiisill,~ Gout, Bilious, Remit
p . it t ;t rinl Ili t''Iiiltenit lF rees, liseaise..
,ast of the lhood, Liver. K imneys amd lu ladth ,
A these Bittirs have no) equai. 8 'ch ti.:.
ny eases are taused l\ \ittated Ii od.
' Flle.h:niial )Misesins.-'Persons
in engaged ia l'aiuts and Mi orm . slu.-u as
P'hmblers, lYlpe-.ertler,,, tinh-I),.;ters and
e4 Miners, a they advance in lift, are sub
m ject to paralysis of the howek. 'o guard
against thim,, take a dose of W,\'atia'
on. i'N tAR ]IT'r'Us occasionally.
es For Skin Djiseascs, Eruptions,
>n, Tetter, Salt-Rheum. Blotches, S,ts, Pim
** ples, Puastles, boilts, ('arbuneths. Ring
3* worms, Scald-head, Sore E'es, Erysipe
h las, Itch, Scurfs, l)i.colorations of the
* Skin, Htumors and Diseases of the Skin of
e Whateser name or nature, are literally
dug u1) and carried ott of the s'stem in a
en shrt time by the use of these litters.
Pin, Tape, and other Wormi,
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it moved. No system of medicin,, no ver
i nilifuges, no anthelminities will free the
s. .ystem fromi worms like these I itter,.
 For FemaleComplaints, in young
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to womanhood, ortho turn of life, these Ton
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W that improvemenut is soon perceptible.
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. through the skin in Pimples, Eruptions,
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y, strueted and sluggish in the veins; cleanse
e, it when it is foul; your feelings will tell
you when. Keep the blood pure, and the
health of the s'stem will follow.
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TIlE SATURDAY EVENING POsT, kee
319 WV alnut Street, Philadellphia. *r
Nov. 15.-ly.,
Notonly'
VIA THE ine
LONE STAR ROUTE! !
INTERNafSIONALI AND GREAT NORTHERIIN&
RAIL ROAD.) e
Passengers going to Texas vila Meaphin and tIl
Little Rock, or via Shreveport, strike this line Um
at Longview, the Best Routo to Paleittinne,
eairnt, WVaco, Arnetiri Hliuntville, Ilonistuin, (Jtrei
G(al'eston anl all points in Western, Cenutral,
Eastern aud Sonltherln Texas.
l'assengers via New Orleans will find it t he C
Best Router to Tyler, Mincolh. Dallas, Ovrlton. I DI
Crockett, Loanigview alid all points in Easter-r I
and Northeastern Texas.I I
This line is wcll built, thorouighlh equeippied '
with every nodlern ilnlrovenmrent, iuclu'din,,
New and 'Eleant lay (1Coatehs, PIllhlnanl 'ali
ae Sleepl)ng )lanrs, Wistinghousc e Air Brake.l Imfs -
Millers i' tiunt Sa-iy Platformnrr and Coup. i wyliPurll,
lir's and lnIowhere elsi can the lasslngecr so lare, SOw
coinliletely dleopudn on a speedy, safe and corll. ISiMd.eCbe(
fortable journey. paila. ili
Tihe LONE STA.tr ROUTE has admirabl- Vler.W
annswored the qluery: "'How to go to T'exas 11' Vegeiable, -
1by the pubiliuation of an iitereatli anl truith- olusdrogN.
ful docuulmnt, containing a valruable and cor. Ado
rcet rIiunp, which canr be obtnhinied, ireoofchar.- l ernero li
by anibreuirng thre GEN-ERAL TICKET: REAI)
AGENT, International aurd Great Sorthern stlamptsRA
Railhnad. Ilonsto;n, Texas. TYorkinf!hr
liitrict El al i. Ii. _ "
G S , a n d W. -
tion at--
S. ,. The Farorite ilonie iRnedy,
Tlhis unrivalled I edi'inr is l warrallted
ER i oi hconi sin iI lrirle-it oietiur1r.
or a1 illy tijurio:( suli.itane. but is
TIED. pi'{Eh¥ VEGETAIiLE,
DOW in co htaininn ,.o So!tfherli roots1 and lerbs
Slii hit which an :ill-wise 'irovidtfnl' has i'laced
h, kink Ill c' ntries what- Livi'r ljtj se! ot, iu
" " 1 ce , t.. f r i l. It w ill iire i all D a.s 'a, s ca"i1 t
I, derhiainnlt'iint of the Liver and Bowels
nI l1slt Sinmons dier e guiator, or Medicine,
p to f lie
ti" luro. Is eminithently a Family Medicine i id si by
, with beihn ke t ready tor ilmediate res'Irt wi l
l1 ions, i ive Il ianiy all ioi r of sn S elriig,' Intlllllny
iistriie a dollar in t hilm aiid doctors' hilbl..
s, lng Alter .,ver Forty Years' trial, it i still
Snriters. Teceivil igh Ie li ost lilitialified testimionials
all the to itis i'i te frolli persons of the higihlit
character and responsibility. Eiiuellt
is tlh physiciavuns cl. Iiilntend it as the most
n Ita'ir Effectual Specille for Dyspepsia or Indi
of I IMW gestioi0.
Il role Arlned with tilS ANTIDOTE, al climates
orks and hlllIges of wlterl and iilt liiipy be
IEngi. fteed iwitiouit iear. As ai lele(ldy ill MA
Inrr I LAIlIt)S FI;VERS, BIOWEL COM
9; AlP. I 1 LAIN T, Rlest lessrs, Janidice,lNauselS
,r I,*, !'IT EIIAS PO EIQUTAL
rilatioll. It is the ,healst, Puirest anrid Jeit Faini.
leIc ly MIdlicilC inl thie World I
incl i s IiltanItiftactulred oily by
SLov. J. .1 ZEILIN & CO.,
all Maicoil, Ga., and Philadelphia.
fill Price, Oue Dollar. Sold by All )ruggists.
oit, R..R. R.
s aan RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
holn
bind- CURES TIIE WORST PAINS
eipts j In from One to Twenty Minutes.
,ition NOT ONE HOUR
fi'tc. Aerread.nthi adv ersement need amy o
1', . Fr' 'F.R WITH PAIN.
i .it`WArs l.elADY Ri!L~V It A CCuR FOR
with t.VE;YI PAl.S.
TI'IC It watilei filtanld Il
-ire The Only Pain Remedy
llts,
te 1that Ilnstantly stop t most ernefatlna pains, allayr
inflamiuuaens., aad coers t(onget t,.. whether of the
lic.t i Lursg ,. rma. ch, iuauoi, oruthur laadsor Wrgsas, bl
cIII OhI ppl°a aun.
IN FR~o ONE TO TWESTY MINUtTEM,
to mauer how vilenor or e*rtiracingi the pleo the
ItIS RIl; IA'TIC, a I r-!ea. Infirm, I rippled, N veus,
cl i N euralgic, or PrIutrlled ith dieaie maly auger,
t'elts RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
leal WILL, AFFORD INSTANT EAdF.
hllt, INFA.MMATION OF TIrIlE IDNETq.
for 'SVLAMATION OU TH7U BILADDRB.
INFLAMMATI.ON o1 THIE ItoWSLt.
C(,(KNGTION OF TUR LUNGS,
lin: 80RE THRO/T, DIFI L'IT IBRoAti F'AI.
PALPI'A.PI44N OUP TRIe HEART.
"l. HYSTERICS, CROL ', lh'llTeRIA.
SCA TAHMIL, INFLUENLlLIA.
R' HI.AIAcI, TOOTII.WIE.
N~-L'RAlI.Lt, RlECIATIMi.
COLD) ,'!II.l, AGiL' CHtlai.
Theap;,iuntu oflthe Ready Rlieftolthepartor
-i p,.t.i L Ctre tUe upau or diftiuly euss will aDbrd ease
' Twen'y dro3s!nhilfaumiplr o water wtllln iafew
inlruuel',cire 'lnA. YP tSI.PASlS,6UU I b'UAtUII,
IIditaL'e.N, SI"K i1rAlDA:ltli, I'iAMtlOE4,
Idi)- &.ISEY', cOl,' WINID I.THI BOWELS,
andali l IT'LRNA AIN, '
Travelerrs should alwavre carry a bottle of lad.
way's Readv Rellef' wlrhlieni. A few druops it
ST water will prevent ,cbkne.u ort peulis from chsilog '
water. I iu be4,i ~Y iar i'reath rndy or liLter us
tilmulnt.
e FEVER AND AGUIE.
t I FEVERANDAGIE curedforfifty cent. There Ie
l of Do remedial icgiin ths wurld tuat w ill cure Fere
and Ague and ll ,ther alerioau, Bilots, Searlei4
not Tphoid, Yellow, and other Fevers [lakd by lI.
It WAY'f illai so qick as RnAWAE'ii RIADsY a
LIEF. Whily centUper boulb.
HEALTH! BEAUTY!!
BTRONG AND PU.E EICI BIA))D-IIWCIASK
Or- OIFLEdUi AND WIIGHT.-4'LEAI SKIN AND
BAUTIF'UL OMPLEXIONI dECUIiED TO JI
ill
DR. RADWAY'8.
e- SBars arilllia X8ol8 1t
STHE CREAT BILOOD PURIFIER.I
Ir
IIAS MADE TrlE MORT ASTONTRIIIO CURIII 80)
QUIEIK.0O RAPID ABRE TH CIMA)INGE. TBI
In BinlY UNDERGOES UNIDER TleIN JFLNIIOI
l Ol THSld TIRULY W*ODItLUL MDICINI,
THAT "
Svery laal ar Iera ii lih
al W8iflit is Sen a l
id Every drop of the UARAPAATLTAN R10.
of VENT commualcnat throulhthe Blood, Sweat, Ulae
ld olther Plolde sadjulcee of the plem thevrloof
'Y IIf, for it repalr th wau s o the body wlitaewsa
pnond material Scrofilia, MypbiU Coaenmpilea
Glandular dieane. Ukers r t th roat, Mont Tu
le Ioors, todesthe Olandeadote.rpufraoftheal.
Il soreitys, itrumorousdilchrba org roe l
te wonrt forms of $be dlseaseLm lm rhver
- ore.,Scald I pad, fRlg Worm,akt.hu mryReel,
k Aene, Black Spei , Woreala the Flle, Tome', Ce
cerinthe Womb, and all wleakenlnl and alifIl dL
. chargeso, Nlgbttiweaae, LJuo orBperueadwll aLel
no thelfbprinciple, are withlln th eurative raYo gbo l tle
wonderofMYolern Chendstry.n Ida m W WIl
- prove toayperso usingitoretote O loto
d dileaseitspoteplowerfocure-hem.
Ifti paselnt, dl boeolinlg reduellbythswhil
4. deCopo ton ttlt co titnually pregli~Ii, ue
etainarrretlnlgthee waste and i thee
with new mnterlamde rom heldhy lood-ead shb
Uis8AIISAPARILIANw illiead doemseem-..eev .
leerlain; Fr n beo one Ihis rtemedy enmacee lis
worik opurlucatlon. and emceeds is ddlaillng the
S Iee of wate, il repalrire will be nrapid nd r day
Iho ptert ewillfI hlmaelfgrowla g eludeltedoe.
te ooddlg tls0 blte,appetite lmproviag, andbi
and weight nereslug.
- Not nlydoeasth al risLueulsu RIsOLT.R ezeele
altlown remedial agealia the eereofChreu ,e..o
SlUnous. Conntitu:ional, ein Sin dliuets; e titLtisth
only pohlve cure for
Kidney tO Bladder Con pai. stse,
Stoppalgeor wler, Incosenen of Urlnecf. Bill:
e1', Albumlnunr rand in all sI _ere aur a
brle-d t depol_ or lbewaterl thick, ehldy, mined
withlutncellegh11elk whireofn qeg, ortlreadlke
whltellk, rtbierele morbid, darkMltous apper
rnce, and whIte bonednme depet, nsd wa there
lumar t 41 Yewa. p rowtrl
Cured by lkdoway' Resolvedat.
* DR. RADWAY'S
perfely huee. ,Ielegantly ealeel with sweet r,
purgeretulatei,Didlartf.cleni etrrenhu e e ld.l
way' aille for te eure oli disord.rs fthe EtnDLch,
liver, Blowol, Kideys, Blalddr. Nervous Di1qees,
Iledse. e,Consupatlon, aoiIvanes, Indigelad, Dyl.
sepsla. uilroursns. Billous Fever. Inolamntlloofthe
Bowels, Pleo., and all Derangeients of tie Internal
Vegetable, eonlmIngblmefewyr, minLerierld
A few does oit 'A DIWAWIR PIAM wU I ellhel.
I mfromalltheaborve nameddi,rder. FIloeaeai
perl h. SOLLI IT iRUGGIjSTS.
SREAD_) 'lALl AND T'RUE." si denIauLer
starmpteRADWAY & (0. No RtIWarrea rt., NeE
York[infirmiadon worth thoLiUands Wll b seaIt r,.
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