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BEPTTBLIC, TUESDAY VEKI2NTg MAT 31. 1887.
HOW DISSECTING MATERIAL IS
UTILIZED IN A MEDICAL COLLEGE.
Handling Cadavers tn a Itarrel I'rrser
vatifin ol a Corps. by. Mkn of Kiu
baliuluff FluMScenrs lu the llertlliB;
When Janitor Hick ami Assistant Mlkr
lial nlll all !he lwrrels Into tin' inject
nig riMU llie limk doivn half u ttuzen of
the shelve ami laml them on the floor
After reluming a cmlaver from n luirrel
the) laul it out on the shelf, ami then
raiel the shelf to a table, vv here the) left
it ami turned to the next subject. Iiefore
all the barrel-were emiiiieil they found
that there was not room on the tnbles for
all of them, and Hicks accunlliusljr pro
reeded U embalm thoe already laid out.
He lerfurmed this task precisely as he had
hundreds of times before He took ilomi
a gigantic piston sjriin-e and lllle.1 it with
a ulutluu of plaster of pari. This done,
lie laid the syringe aside for a moment
'while he made an incision with a surgeon '
knife Into the carotid artery of the cada er.
To get mill further from technical tenni
he cut a gash in the arter) that ran up
the nevk where one may feel a stroiii;
pule beat There are two of theo arte
ries, and links following his ancient in
struction, cut the left carotid Some blood
Mowed, but not much Next he inserted
the end of the s) ringe In the gash and
into the nevereil artery Then followed a
hard push on the piston, which sent the
embalming mild all through the laxly, it
was evident er) quick!) for the solution
Is pink, and lu a moment the arteries in
all parts of the bod) could lie traced by a
It i wonderful bow thorough this work
is. generally one tujectiou of the solution
fertes the pursse, and at the most two
are sufficient Sufficient for what? To
keep the Uxi in a state of preservation
fur the month or more that elapses befo.-?
the students get through with it. The
embalming properly done, Hick and Mika
lifted the t-lielf with the e.-ulnv er on it to a
place against the wall Tlmre it was left
entire!) nude and unmarked except by its
on u blood from the accidental and intend
ed lacerations it had undergone. Appar
ent!) it did not occur to Hicks or Mike to
wonder what name it had borne in life
They are no resiectors of identity But
the) represent their employers and do
their work in a methodical, businesslike
way, and the room they work in knows
nothing of sex; it is not recognized In in
animate flesh. The cadaver which stopped
' breathing no more perhaps than thirty
hours ago, ami which w as called a woman,
until the heart ceased to beat, comes to
th injecting room simply as a structure
of flesh, lwnes, nerves, tissues, limbs and
organs, it is pulled by main strength
from its barrel, gashed at th carotid ar
tery, iujected with a solution of plaster of
aris. laid on its shell to wait its turn,
uncovered and unconsidered, unless turns
idle thought is bestowed upon it, as if the
embahner were to wouder what student
would be lucky enough to get the head.
IS THE MSSECTIVCl ROOM.
When Hicks ami Mike had emptied all
the barrels and embalmed all the cadavers
they set aluut Ui next step in the pro
gress of the subject for dissection This
was to transport the cadavers to the dis
secting nxm up Biaira. To do this they
required the assistance of a student who
was at work in the building. A rope was
cast about the upper part of a dead body
and lied under the arms. One man took
hold of the end of the rope and the other
of the legs and trunk, and in this way,
with a good deal of jolting against the
walls and stumbling on the stalrs.-lhey
got their burden into the dissecting room.
It takes about three weeks for a body to
go through the dissecting room. As the
tables are kept pretty well supplied,
it generally happens that a cadaver has to
Vait a fen" da)s in the injecting room for
u acanc) When this occurs the profes
hor of anatomy posts a notice in the col
lege to this effect: "Material for dissec
tion will be furnished to the following
gentlemen on day "
Then follows a list of students whose
turn is to avail themselves of the lnalua
ble privilege offered by the institution in.
its dissecting room. From the list of stu
dents an) bod) can Ul! how many fresh
cadavers have been brought In, for the
number vf men on the list w ill ahvajs bo j
a multiple ot tire, and divining this num
ber by rive will give the number of cadav
. ers. When the students report for mate
rial each one pays the clerk of the college
$1 This is not obligatory, and a man is
uot compiled either to accept dissecting
material when his name is posted or pay
his fee. Most of the students, however,
are eager to arall themselves of the op
portunities. The fee of $1 entitles the
student to one part ot the cadav er, which
is divided into five parts the head, the
right ami, the left ami, the right leg and
the left leg. Discrimination as to the dis
tributinu of the respective parts is made
according to priority of application.
Five sttnlentH then work together on a
cadaver. They may do all the work at
the appointed table in the dissecting room,
or, as man) do, the) may take their part
home and cut It up there Cases have oc
curred, though lu flotation of a rule,
whelea student, desiring to take ail van-
tage of a brief vacation and yet unwilling
to lose time altogether in his study, lias
picked an arm or a heaii into a traveling
bag and carried it witl him into another
state, ami cut it up theie In the interval
of family felicitations and reunions. It
they do their dissecting outside of the col
lege bulldiug they make such diai.jsitiuu
of the refuse as seems to them tit, most
of them burn it The refuse is, of course,
the tegument, muscles, arteries, etc ,
which are removed from the part under
stud). In case the work is done at the
college all this is provided for; each stu
dent has a pan, or slop jar, into which he
throws the tegument as soon as it lias
been removed, and the various muscles,
membranes anil the Test follow it from
ilay to d) as the ta-k of stripping the
Now and then Mike makes the rounds
from tabl to tenble with a larger slop jar
collecting the refuse. In this way he gets
Jar fuH of pieces of the thirty different
cadavers and empties them into a barrel.
When the barrel has stood several davs,
growing constantly fuller of human
refuse, it gives foi th a strong odor of de
cay, but the students do not mind it par
ticularly, ami Mike usually waits a good
convenient time for taking care of it
What does he do with it? It is an Inter
esting question. The law provides that
after the reputable medical fitstlintions are
through vvitli the bodies of the unknown
dead, the remains shall lie buried hi pot
ter's field If the law said all the re
mains, Mike would liave a h inl time try
ing to llnd them, for, not to mention the
refuse burned by students who take their
work home, there are the lwnes which
many at them keep after the) hate strip
ped off all the llesli Aud if the law re
quired that lie lKxlies be bnried individu
ally each in its ow u coffin, it is probable
that Mike, and Janitor Hicks, loo, would
resign in despair. Whatever burial is
granted to the remains is without discrim
ination, promiscuous and imiiartial
New York Cor Globe-Democrat.
A Simple ulauce.
First Omaha Domestic (recently landed)
They do have some quare things in this
Second Domestic (ditto) Indade they do
that Pliat wau did yez see last, Mary!
-It's a quare sort uv a clock the missus put
iu me -Lai-n' room. It makes uiver a bit o'
sound all day an' all night till about 0 o'clock
In the momin' and thin it rattles as if it wud
take the roof off. It's all I can do to get any
alao afur it at all. at aU," Omaha World.
THE HUMAN AUCTION.
ITo here are Ikes by lh score to sell.
Up to the itlatforni, (rents, an 1 III 1,
Make me all offer, they'll jwir ) on n ell
All of em rie for the ofrtn lil
Here is a woman pimHeti ami idle,
l'lviug her needle for tlill) lireaJ.
Give nte a -tiirt for Iter more on sale
I)Iu;r renlleiileii -olog' dead!
A family nx in numtsr. here,
IVi-Jl f oiu a cellar iu Somen. Town:
Mother her sixth couflnemenl uear.
ratheraDtl brats with feierdowu
Twas Jtestilenee sjiote then, as il not?
u oien seer,' 1 think h- said
'.Veil, hit offer sliall bin the lot
I))iHK gentleman -.Iwni; --dead'
Now. pxnl emu outers, here a a ihanee;
A tttousand men lu ttie prime of life,
WieKiers of luusLet, sword and l.-uiee.
Armed and drilled for the deadlv strife
iJeneral Warfare lifts his hand
A luill.t for each.'" cries I he gent iu red.
No offer liut lila, fast flow s the saud -
Ding' gentlemen d Infi dead'
A body of toilers, worn and weak.
Clerks and curate and writing men
Look at the flush on each siiutea cheek,
Mark the fingers that grasp the u'
(Vine, (fttod Keutlffmeu ean t we deal
Has dnhlser) s eye for !arains fled
He offers, at last, the price of a meal -
Dying' geutlemea dying' dead
, George ft Sims.
PECULIARITIES OF CUBAN LAW.
Ilystaiiiler Warned Away from a Man
stablel and Dying In Acony.
The shrill whistle of one of the Havana
policemen attracted the attention of the
eopIevvho were dining in the principal
hotel of Havana the other night, and half
of them followed the clerks and porter
out cm the .sidewalk Direct!) in front of
the hotel is a little wrk and uenr one of
the small fountains was a man writhing
aliotit and digging his fingers Into the
ground in his agonv He moaned con
stant!) He wiisd)ing. At a distance of
Iierhaje. tvveut) feet from him were four
policemen, vrith their arms folded, smok
ing cigarettes and keeping an alert eye on
all pedestrians. If a man approached the
poor wretch who was living there, he was
stenil) warned off. The Americans who
had been dining it the hotel started to
ward the man in the park iu a body, but
the) were pushed and led back by the
hotel einplo) es amid considerable excite
ment. 'You mustn't go there," said one of
the interpreters, earnestly
"Why not" nked a burly and good
natured Newark physician, moving for
ward again "The man's got cramps
probably from hunger and a little aid
now v nuM rsii e his life. I don't propose
to stand here and see him die."
'No. no. IXin't go over there. Listen
to me 1 know it will be ve,ry serious for
you if ) ou "
Hut the.Urseyman pushed ahead, fol
lowed by his conntrjinen, while the Inter
preter rushed into the hotel after an
American merchant who has lived hero
for thirty )ears and who has a wide
knowledge of Cuban affairs. This, gentle
man ran out without his hat and called to
his countivmen in such an authoritative
way that they relumed to the hotel again
"Ma) here," he said shortly, "and
keepnwa) arum all such scenes as that
while )ou are in Cuba The J-iwnl-h law's
or .am )e.us. ago are still In force, which
call for the arrest of witnesses to auy
crimp or traged) "
"Hut thai man is d)ing," protest the
"I can see tint pithily enough, ne Is
either d)iug of sickness or he lias lieen
stablted in the hack by some enemy The
coroner has lieen sent for and he will prob
nbly lie here in two hours. Meanwhile, if
it is a murder the police will have to make
some arrests to satisfy their superiors.
(lod help the men they take Into custody
Prisoners here are kept in jail months and
Mouths nnd foul jails at that without
any preliminary cxamiintiou or commit
ment by a magistrate, and then they are
tried without lielug allowed to lie present
at their trials. Witnes-es are not cross
examined aiA --! telice is exec nted before
there is acliance forn Mn of proceedings.
Ijook about lierc ou ctui .ee thousands
d" jieople wairhmg that pour ,eiU' death
agouies from safe distance-. See them
Manng from housetops and from liehlnd
pilla's and lialf closed wimiovvs The)
are not cowards, but there is not one
among them that would dare to risk the
onse,j uent-es of going to the aid of that
Oiieor two other old Cuban residents
joined Ihe group, and we finally went
back to the dining room. The groaning
aud moaning of the man Has awful. It
all occurred in thy heart of the city of
Havana, A'nl In a situation not unlike
that of the Fifth Aienrie hotel on Madison
square, New York. 1 jumped into a hack
and drove away from the neighborhood
when I could Maud the thing no longer,
and I afterward learned that after two
hours the mull died and was siibsequeutl)
removed He had lieen stablied in the
side. No effort was made to get assist
auco for him by the biuta! police be)oud
sending for the coroner Two men were
arrested, aud they are now iu jail.
Blakel y Hall s Cuba Letter.
A Clilnaiuac clets n I'rize.
The second prize for ornamental draw
ing in the Cooper institute has lieen
awarded to a )oung Chiiiatnan, 1. Son
You, over a large nuinlier of competitors
P. Son You Is nlwiit 2:1 )ear of age and is
employed b) a cigar firm iu Park row- to
superintend the packing of cigars. He
has lieen in New York a little over two
)ears and has been aliout six years in the
country, living In Pan Francisco and St
Louis prev ious to coming tn this city. Iiy
his teachers at the Institute he is regarded
as a jomig man of umisu.il artistic abil
ity One )ear ago, his Jlrst jear in the
class, he received honoraMe mention for
the excellence of his work. "He is,"
said his teacher, "the finest appearing and
most intelligent pupil I have I cannot
praise him too highly." Iu addition to
his ornamental drawing he is studying
painting, with the intention of some time
returning to his native country aud be
coming an artist. He claims to be of
noble blood, a kind of prince in his own
country He has, how ever, licsxime thor
oughly Americanized, wearing the Ameri
can dress and speaking Knglish fluently.
;,,Ie1N " Christian and a Suu.lay school
teacher among his fellow countrymen
tlie city. New ork Tribune.
Convincing I'roof of Ilonenty.
"Well, I'm happy nt last, said a clerk
in an uptown dry goods store, "in having
succeeded in impressing my employer
with the fact tliat I am personally honest
For alout a month now he has. been plac
ing a dollar bill at intervals somewhere
about the store after he closes at night
and which I would tlml iu the morning
I picked them up time aud again and
lianded them to him, but the other morn
ing 1 nailed one to the floor instead of
handing it to him as usual. Now there
are no more dollar bills placed on the
floor, and he seems to be convinced of niy
houesty." Philadelphia Call.
K "RxgY. AVkaeyA h
Soother at hand. It is the only safe
medicine yet made that will remove all
infantile disorders. It contains no Opium
or Morphine, but gives the child vatural
ue fnm pain. Price S3 cents. Sold by
Frank 11. CobleiiU, corner Market and
The) niemliers of the Cincinnati base ball
club and of the theatrical companies play
ing at Harris's museum and People's thea
ter have been arrested for giving perform
ances ou Sunday. .
Colgate's Toilet Soaji..
Exquisitely ierfumed. absolutely pure,
popular everywhere. Cashmere Bouquet
liood Itesiiltolu KteryCn.
1). A. ltradford. wholesale paer dealer
of Chattanooga, Tenn., writes that ho was
seriousl) afflicted Willi a heavv cold that
settled on his lungs; had tried many reme
dies without benetiL Ueing induced to tr)
Dr. Kihg's New Discover) for Consump
tion, did so and was entirely cured by use
of a few (Kittles. Jince which time he has
used it in his family for all Coughs and
Colds with Ivest results. This is the experi
ence of thousand) whose lives have been
saved li) this Wonderful Dissiver). Tiial
Itottles free at Chas. Ludlow .V Co.'s Drug
An Knd to llonescraidlic
Ed v, aril Shepherd, of llarrisbtirg. III.,
s.i)s. "Having received so much lienelit
from Klscltlc Hitters, 1 feel it in) duty to
let sintering humanity know it. Have had
a running sore on my leg for eight years;
inv ihrf-tors told me 1 would have to have
the Nine scrasl or leg amputated. I used,
instead, three Imttles of Electric Hitters and
seven imxes liiickleii's Arnica Salve, ami
ni) leg is now sound and well.
Klrvtric Hitters are sold at lift) cents a
Nitllt, ami Itiickh'ii's Arnica Salve at iV.
st lox, by Cliis. Ludlow A Co.
Tiik UkstSai.vk III the world for Cuts,
Hruises. Sjres, Ulcers, Salt "Kheuni, Kever
Sores, Tetter, Cliapsl Hands, Chilblains,
Corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively
cures Files, or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price a5 cents per box. Kor
sale by Charles Ludlow A Co.
Itepnrtliifc In lthyme.
Backward, turn backward, U time in thy
flight, rake up a suicide just for the night, I
am no wmry of news that is stale, wriung up
drunkards and vagrants in jail, writing of
people who buy up some ground, writing old
chestnuts of cattle in pound; weary of chas
ing till worn are my shoes, rake up some
news, mother, rake up some news.
Backward, turn backward, O tide of
the) ears, take uie again to the time when
j the beers, frothy and foaming, were drunk
by the I uiil. and people got full and were run
off to jail Let s have a murder, or shooting,
or worse, let's have a scandal or thrilling
divorce; to work on a paper would give you
the blues, rake up some news, mother, rake
up some news. Topeka Globe.
Holmes aud Kaplolanl.
Quen Kapiolani, the Hawaiian potentate,
is channed, positiv ely charmed, with Boston.
"And do ) ou know," .he said to Dr. Oliver
Wendell Holmes, the other da), do you
know, Doc, that I never heard of Boston
until a Washington gentleman told me about
it last wiekP
Dr. Holmes did not fancy this at all.
Subsequently he told his friend Aid rich that
he knew by the queen's f urtiv e glances at
his plump personnel that if she had him alone
hi her desert isle she would eat him Chi
An Ignorant Official.
Condemned Criminal I wautyou togoout
and bring me in two mince pies.
Jailer It will be time to go to the scaffold
in a few minutes.
"See here, you ignorant minion of the law,
do you tupiuie a man of my intelligence
would eat ail the mince pie he wanted under
any other circumstances, say ("Omaha
He Is (letting ltl.li. Though.
Henry George adopted a peculiar and un
heard of method for ulioli-hing poverty when
he started a newpaper. Still, jieihaps he
wishes to obtain a practical ex(ierieiice of
pov erty before making any direct efforts to
ward lU abolition. Lowell Citizen.
WILL YOF Sl'FHKI. with Dyspepsia
and Livir Complaint'.' Shlloh's Vitalirer
i" guaranteed to cure you. Kor sale by F.
The stKkholders of the Cincinnati street
railway voted iu favor of the proposition to
puniia-e the proper!) of what is known as
the. ML Auburn ami Zooloiri. al road for
I OWE MY LIFE.
"1 was taken sick a tear ago
VUthbllllmis fever "
"M) doctor pronounced me cured, hut 1
got sick again, with terrible pains in in)
back and side, ami I got so had '
Could not mov e '
1 shrunk '
From 'J2S lbs. to 120 ' 1 had been doc
toring for in) liver, hut It did no good. 1
did not expect to live more than three
months. 1 began to use Hop Hitters.
Directly my appetite returned, niy pains left
me. my entire system seemed renewed as it by
magic, and after using several bottles. I am
not onlyassjund as a soverelKu. but welch
more than 1 did before, to Hop bitters 1 owe
my life. K r!rzrTKiCk
"Maiden. Mass , Feb 1, lsiO. Gentlemen
I suffered with attacks nf sick headache."
Neuralgia, female trouble, for years in
the most terrible and excruciating manner.
No medicine or doctor could give me re
lief or cure, until 1 used Hop Hitters.
The first bottle
Nearly cured mo ;
The second made me as well and strong
as when a child.
"And 1 have been so to this day."
My husband was an invalid for twenty
) ears w Itli a serious
"Kidney, liver and urinary complaint.
"Pronounced b) Huston's liest ph)si-
ciaiis "Incurable ! "
Seven bottles of your Hitters cured him
and 1 know nf the
"Lives of eight persons''
In my neighborhood that have been sav ed
by jour bitters.
And man) more are using them vvitli
great benefit "They almost do miracles !''
Mns. F 1). Si.xck.
HOW TO OET SICK Exnose vourself day
and night, eat too much without exercise.
worn to nard wltnout rest, doctor all the
time, take all the vile nostrums advertised,
and then you will want to know
HUH TOUl-rr WELL. which is answered
In three words Take Hop Hitters.
HAHDKNK!) 1,1 Y Kit.
Five years ago I brokedowu with kidney
and liver complaint and rheumatism.
Since then I have lieen inutile to tie about
at all. My liver liecame 1'ard like wood;
my limbs were puffed up and tilled vvitli
AH the best physicians agreed that notU
Ina could cure me. I resolved to tr) Hop
Hitters; I have used seven Itottles; the
hardness lias all gone Irotii my liver, the
swelling from my limits, and it lias worked
a miracle in my case; otherwise I would
have lieen now in my grave.
.1. V. Moi:i..
Buffalo. Oct. I, ISM.
I WHITE THIS
Token of the great appreciation 1 have of
Hitters. I was afflicted '
With lnllamiuHtory rheumatism 2 ! I
Seven )ears, and no medicine seemed to
do me any
Good ! ' '
Until I tries! two bottle iff your Hop Hit
ters, and to my surprise 1 am as well today
as ev er I w as. 1 hote
'You may have abundant success"
In this great and"
Valuable medicine :
Anyone wishing to know more
about in v cure.'
Can learn by addressing me, K. M.
Williams, 1 10.5 16th street, Washington,
xprcssis lb- feeding ol iii in v VMltms nf
Ileum iti-i i, iHiintiNi.i, Hc'i ilica and nor
oils or si k liejiiai he Having tried
iiiiulterless so-called leiuedics, and pliyHi
i.ius of all si Into!, without relief, ther,.
ems to Ik? no hope Many such have as
last resort tried Atlilophoros.and to their
urprise and joy have found that it was a
, turf and yittr. rire. Alhlophorosisnot
nexjteriiiieiii; thousands have been cured
y its Uie ami they testify as to lis
William P.obinson.of Washington, C II.,
hio, says- "I have lnd lironic rheuina
sm fur thirty v ears, hut Athlophoros his
tinpletely cured me. No words could ev
il ss what I have endured Irom riieiima
iMii. 1 have hail attacks that kept me iu
r leil for nine months at a tune, and no
me during thirty years was I free from
heumatism My limits would swell to al
nvst double the projier size. Hut now 1 can
ilely say I am free from this torture, aud
ave beeu for the past two years.
Mrs. W. II. C. McCoy, London, O., said
it answer to the question as to her use of
Mhlophoros- "cs, indeed; I have n-vd
i 1 am iu love with Athlophoros. It has
'one so much for me. I hadsullered with
hfiiniatism for years, until inv feet and
tes were becoming dtstortetl. Iliad used
oiiiauy medicinesthat I was becoming dis
-oiiraged. Nothing gave me termaiient ris
'nf until I used Athlophoros. That is about
iwo years ago. Since then I have not had
tut rheumatism. Oh I don't think there
is any uiedicinelilc Athlophoros for rheu
matism." " How lunch did you use to tf
feet this cure," Mrs. McCoy was anked " I
used three bottles. My son has also used
it with the same good result."
Every druggist should keeiiAtlilopln.ro-;
ind Atlilophocus Pills, but where they can
not be bought of the druggist the Atlilo
phoros Co , 112 Wall St.; New York, will
lend either (carriage paid) on receipt ol
regular price, which is $1.00 per Itollle
lor Vtliiopiioros and MV. lor Pills.
ror liver am! kidney di-eiifs, t1vseiAia in
LKe-uou. weakness, nervous debility, Ui-chms
of women, constipation hcadathc. impure
blood, JLc. Atliloptioru. Pilu are uiieuualed 4
A picnic party of seven young ladies and
gentlemen lu a spring wagon were over
turned down an embankment at Stmelick,
Clermont county, O. Wright Witliam was
fatally hurt and all the others were more or
f A and reliable Medicines are thebest
" todependupon. Acker's Blood EI
ixlr has been prescribed for years for all im
ulous. Syphilitic or Mercurial diseases, his
invaluable. For Hlieumatisni, has coequal.
Frank II. Cobleutz. comer Market and
The Louisville races closed Saturday.
The winners were Our Friend, .lack Cocks
and lilsh I'at. 'Ihe latter' won the Ctiam
patrne stakes and the Macautey handicap.
A maiden dimpled, dainty, fair.
With harel eyes and crumbled hair.
Was asked what was the height of bIHs.
She proudly auswrcd, "'Twasakiss,
Piovided that the kissers won't
UNelect teetli-cleaiisingSOZODONT "
ill its elleiis, and lined useful in its appli
cation the fragrant SOODON r has be-
hoiue the mint popular Dentifrice in ex
i.tenie. ''I is 11-ed and praised by every
Accidents will occur even 111 the lst reg
ulated families', and '"M'U IlIMl's Gill"
should tie kept handy
The hrst Sitnnlay half-holiday, under
the New York law, occured Satutday, ami
was more generally observed than its advo
cates had exjtected.
norfin on riixa."
Why suffer riles I Immediate relief and com.
flete cure guaranteed. Ask for "Hough ou
ilea." burecure foritchlng, protruding, blcrd
lug.orany fonnof Piles. .ridc. At Druggists or
-nailed. E. 8. Wells, Jersey City, N. J.
SKINNY .11 KN. j
Wells' "Ileal th Kenewer" restores health and
vigor, cures Drspepsla, Impotence, Nervous
Debility. For Weak Men, Delicate Women, il. '
XVKI.I.X' 1IAIK BALSAM.
It gray, restores tooriginal color. An elegant
dressing, softens and beautifies. No oil nor
greaee. A tonic Hestoratlve. Stops hair com
ing out; strengthens, cleanses, hcalaacalp. Wc
Three of the Pennsylvania railroad em
ployes arrested for robbing freight trains
have lieen convicted in Pittsburg ami sen
CATAI:I:IU'1'I:K1). health and sweet
breath secured, by Shlloh's Catarrh Iteme
ily. Price .10 cents. Nasal Injection free.
For sale by K. A. Garwood.
By order of the President certain internal
revenue districts have lieen so changed and
consolidated, ami twenty two Kl-.ii-liisl.
that an estimated saving of Jttjn.ootl is the
THAT HACKING COI'Gll can Is- si
qitiikly cured by Shiioh's Cure. We guar
antee it. For sale by F. A. Garwood.
Advice to Motliar.
Mrs. Wlnslow's Soithlni Syrup, for chil
dren teething. Is the prescription of one of
the best female nurses and physicians iit
the United States, and has been Used for
years with never-failing success by millions
of mothers for their children. During the
process of teething IU value Is incalculable.
It relieves tlie child from pain, cures ily sen
tery and diarrhoea, griping in the bowels
and wind colic liy giving Lealth to the
child It resUthn mother. lrlcf 25c a buttle.
Thetlunre ot I'revention.
The satisfaction of feeling safe friini
cAtchiug any disease from ilrinking water,
from impure air, from a sicL ist-miii. trom
contact with foul clothing, infection or con
tagion from any source, is cotuiilete ainl all
anxiety allay eil by the use nf Darby sl'roph
y lactic Fluid. A bottle will give more safe
ty, comfort and (Hinlidence than all the doc
toring in the world.
Whoever liaa i.ile.t Hie tthakrrs
Must have noticed the bright, chur com
plexions of the Sisters. That bloom of
youth is the result of perfect digestion of
food. The sallow, dejeetcd countenance
prevailing nearly all our ladies Is the re
sult of indigestion. Tlie Shaker Extract of
Koots (Siegei'sSytup) will give immediate
relief and bring back the glow of health.
Harvey l,ce. Merchant at Twin Springs.
McDonald Co.. Mo., writes May it. 1SS4
"The Shaker Kxtract of Hoots has cured
my w if e of .sick headache, which she has
tss-n subject to for ten years. She feels xi
proud over it that she wishes me to sin
cerely thank you for sending tlie medicine
to this place." .las. M. Morgan, Merchant,
of Empire, Ky writes, Feb. ls..ls.M: "A
gentleman who had lieen arliicted for years '
vvitli severe rheiimatisn lias Ix-en perlectly t
itued by seven bottles. Send three dozen i
more at mice."
Tlie Ureal Amerlraii t'lioro.
Sneering, suulhiug and cougliiug ! This
is the music all over the land just now.
"I've got such an awful cold in my head."
(mreit with Kly's Cream Halm or it may t
end iu the toughest fonnof catarrh. May lie '
you have catarrh now. Nothing is more J
nauseous and dreadful. Hits remedy mas
ters it as no other ever did. Xutasmitf
nor a lii-uid. I'leasant, certain, radical.
Chronic Coughs am! Colds
And all diseases of the throat and lungs
can Ik- cured by the use of Scott's Kniulsion,
as it contains the healing virtues of Coil
l.lver Oil ami Uypophosphites in their full
est form. "I consider Scott's Kniulsion
the remedy par-excellence in Tuberculous
And Strumous Affections, to say nothing of
ordinary colds and throat troubles." S
K. S. Council, M. D., Manchester, tt
fEsTavV I -i .U AX V.11I J!
DisiTCJuied Lakes Who Use It.
'-a l :.'.! n T lar 4"JM HavrJ.
ih! ! lb- '..dr. I
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t.Mi Uy Jer f 1-K . U. at,
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CM-tra Louie Kellofr.
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kJay iatnVlii,avl abars $ i1JtIfc-Sl iJW f MtasaSU.
Jtit. VJithtn-i Anil lUminm Vokv-ti
r- Ir-i a Llnaur- I. m.1 1 t t-IM--J T
lt- . . IXcflta aM a -Mr I r tta ivfbfttelkaK,
.Wli r .sait lae I v-Mli-la.tMFB.
The fs Tf ir-nti.
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I a I Iiaa-tKaas-so- kit. b kavltaf . U.41 UsUBa; It.
I fawt -nr I lui I umt -alUkt. I
bidl s-rtalctytr. . litUlH- Ulf frirablav.
I ,lef IL f.r si.r' it is, tU f l-tlai
1 fu4 .if "Lti im1..k, UU tlu Lott am-
Mm P V Tlsvrem.
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EXl'RESSFD I'KEE 2 Urire-V Itottles.
nhiteor nlnk. tor y) VI To mm? Dotats 1 bot
tle fur' Iry your drulst nrt Doled
secure from observations -tu.Mrus iiro.
Co mKn'tonst '
1 S, .Mention this paper
Jit. nrsd-w:h ami fciiete ftU Ihe trouUM Inct
dcrjt tv & btlsotu tUto of lle v tUia( uch lii-ttiie-as,
.sia lu theaidr, -tc. W bild their u4lr-miijx
fctiti succi Lu teM thuwu Iu cnriiia;
1 nr,,hi yrtCftrtfrVItUoUrerPiniirewjiiilly
ai.il -quisle tL bowels. Krenil they only cored
utfrnr .mi!i!t-listreiLnecompUint; batforta
iiiiatly their RoolDedo not nidhfTc,iindtho
Fhaonceirj IVio will find tac-wHttlepiIIiTila-alKf
Iu t-o t3ny w j that thr will not b? williaf
li thetsce of io taacy liTf thit here 1 xthtr wp
mJro our crt-U, Lout. Our p-il care It wlul
("artor't U-lila lirtr Ilila are Ttry em-ui u
Tf ry t4y -"o leXc One or two pil-i mkc dot
Ttey are tttaUy tKtUbI atia do Dot grip or
parge, bat by tl.cir irtctle action pi all wbo
neethrm. laTl'at25citi; Htu for ft. 8jU
by tlrucg Jtcvrf yvtttje, wr lent by ni4il.
ClUTER MEDICLXE rO..fw Vori.
Wltli sliding- Detachable
Spring, jar Better than
Whalebone or Horn ,3
and ufuaratiteetl never to
break. Price. S1.25
ForsaJt LylcjiilLf wholesale onJ rrtil r-fib-
MAYER, STROUSEi CO.
J 12 llroaJway. N Y , Manufacturers.
llealn tlio Sores
Senses of Taste,
Smell, Hearing.HAT "-ttVlvH
A (Jitlck Klif - A l'osl'ive Cure.
A "article Is .sppllr.l Into each uottril and Is
Aiireeable l'rlcr 41 ceuts al IinntKiita. by
mall, registered mi cts. Circulars tree. KLV
BKIKS..Iru:iiBts Oweirn. N
V -WIG5' PS
tlMD POK OCK
NEW ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE
MRS. J. H. REED,
159 Main Street. - Buffalo. N.
PAUL. A. 8TALEY,
Attorney and Expert
SOLICITOR OF PATENTS.
Ronin H .tVr.Mttlt lliilliUnif
H hi ,
1" " i it 1 1 in TTiTf m ir hi na.iiinii irsj
pr v .
Dr. Albert's next visit to Springfield. Saturday, June llth, at
the Lagon da House.
Superior Street, next to
Chronic. Nervous, Skin and Blood Diseases
8uceenarully treated upnu
The Latest Scientific Principles.
ki. attained the moat wonderful
uirru lu Ihe treatment of tlie
r..r. to wlilcti lie devotes lit a
special attention, and tbroasa
years of patient labor and re
ar arc b he aaa discovered tlie
moat Inlalllble method or curlu
eeneral weiksru, luvoluntarjr
eoufualou of ideas, paliMt
atlou of tbe heart, timidity,
disease or the throat,. uoo and
akin, aarertlona of the liver,
stomach and txtwela these ter
rible dlaordera that make llle a
miserable exlatenre and rsuilcr
lag marriage Impoaalble.
married persona or yonas mea
contrmplalluu marriase, aware
of Physical Wnknen or any
Other dl-quallUcatlous speedily
relieved. He who plareablniaelf
Oder tbe rare of lilt. ALBKUT
lay cunllde In his houar as a
erutlrniau, and confldrntly rrly
upou hla skill aa a physician.
JL. CTTJEE "Cvra5IStT'TEID.
n Health by Valearnsd Pretenders who keep Trifling with
them .Tlonth after
nLlTlrlllnriDLC UuilLO treate-l. No
szpress, but whers possible penoost eopqltatloi
CCB1BLK CASKS GllAlUSTKltB.
Address with Poiuxe,
AVa-Taaes and eorrespoadeace Sacredly Confidential.
to aay part of the L'nlted state.
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5MPl" IZ'14 -
1 f HURSTÞTON,
13 C ElSTEEt OHIO .KES1S.
I C.W....M nuu
ur iiit iiiiaor iihoii. ricivrif igrrd
b AJminittrr)naj Or. flaiars
iJoltien ApeciQr .
It ran bfj:leu m a cup of coffee or tea
wilhout th knvItJct ol the pennn taking
it; Is absolutely harmless, And, w'-- effect a'
permanent and spfrdy cure, whether the k
tlent Is k n.iHlewte .Innki-r or an alcoholic
wreck lhousindH ni drunlt.inM haTe nen
ma,le temperate men who hate taken i.oMen
-peciliclu their cultee without their knowl
edKe.anilto'liy hellee they quit tlrlDklnof
their own fret will It never falls. Theys '
ten. once la.pre;uate,i with the ipecine.lt i
become an utter lmHssiblIity for tlieH-iuor i
apiettetoeiHt. Krsale by Dr. T J CavJ
Tr lusat l-ilr slriuf anil Thu Tenima
X77 '"'...". '""." """ """." "-'l
Main and .IarkeMtreeU.MJrtii::fleld.U
i Onr without
I sl Uetntarr It
( f-virsa lha m.ar
(ipitluate ev in four ilay or I--.
Allan's Soluble Medicated Bougies.
Xf altkeninir r-rilt-. from th n--r of
ctilwtM, oipaitrA or oil of inaUIwioJ which r8
cerUla to inilii4-i ilrau-.ia
ltiee 41 ud. Sul 1 hjr all dnianrlst or maltM on
nsT or muiM on
wfui 01 i-ntv ror inriufr ,
l'a-iiciiir nvna ror iimiur
J. ('.ALLAN CO..
V O Itoi I5H or Kl John .t-..S V. '
I fmTferlnar rrrtm ssai
I Hit, Lack mW
al aillsM Hlmar
P IAIl!Ti Tl
ill 4saf fr--. fvrWWl.
sara-al MiHaaaai Hts.aau.rk TflrJ tal.a.bvth4
ciiKvr jiiAuvro.N tukatmk.t
H-.lat I ! frv-f. KhonM l- mhl by r'-Uth-T,
Ih. h.ntl. of
a7R.DM. with lnrtnujUlunorTnuilinii.
WANTKU-Oenera! agents, to wholesale
my new motor. Rare chance, cood sal
aryoricon thedollar. Address, with stamp.
K. .M Wetver. Indianapolis, Ind. iXame this
Yntsnit Ins Ail vertlscrs should address
GEO. P. HOWELL & CO.,
10 SPBCOK MTKEET, NEW YORK CITY,
ror SELECT LIST of 1,000 NEWSPAPERS.
Will be sent VKKK on application.
III 1 1 A a w A
' PURE VEBETABLE
CURES A OUWlftBTEED CURE
II DYSPEPSIA DYSPEPSIA
r AGARIC IS STIMUtATINQ I A A
I AOARIC IS HEALTHFUL -3 U U
AGARIC IS PLEASANT REWARD!
to axy rr.KSOs orvrso
Iacaricwillooallthat ctbrfct Miuxna
,S CI-AIMED FOR IT. OKTKADE 3HRK.
HrAjir. a. T. SGARIC
' IS SOLO ALL OVKKTUE WORLD. DAYTON, OHIO.
Post.iff.ee, Cleveland. 0.
immediately cored and full vigor
reatoredt Ttilsdlstrcsalns arair
tlon TVblch renders life a burden
and marriase Impoaalble la the
naltyr paid by tbe victim mT
Imprudence. Consult SK. AL
IlKltX at once and yon will Hud
the sympathy and rell-r that
you positively require.
Snlferera from thla dlatrsnlna;
?3 disorder, the aymplomsurwblrla
sS are a dull aud uusettled mlad.
whlrh untlla them for tba per
furmance of their Buslnaaa aud
social duties, makes happy
tbe action or tbe heart, cause
flaahea or beat, evil forebodings,
lues. Urine easily or company,
Willi a prrrrreure to be alone,
feeling as tired In the marulug
aa on retiring, white deposit la
urine, uervrousnsaa, trembling,
watery and weak eyea, dyspep
sia constipation, pain and
weakneaa iu limbs, ate., should
consult UK. ALIIF.KT immrill.
"4 ately and be rststored to hsaltb.
ivlng Poisonous and lajnxloua
old cases which have been reflected or cruiillfnllr
experiments or failures. Parties treated by mail or
Treatamaat aeat C. O. .
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I ADDIr ITIMJ" -f
IG &I8.East 2nd S"-..
I5heet Me!iny form
& torn m tm
aa prt. BM, a.
TbcftiWuhbOf.nl a are made wub. .
a Bnt-Wood no. The Strong
tt board and bet wasucrs in th
wurU. For ia!t by all dcaUtrs.
Tike no other.
SAKIXAtV 91FG CO.,
For a check (or SJUvre wilt print a ten llofl
advertisement In One Million issues otleadlne
Amerlinn New spapert This is at the. rate ot
only one fifth nt a cent a line (or l.u0 Circula
tion! The advertisement will be placed befura
One Million different nevvspaperpurchasers:
or Five Millioh Rupies. Ten lines will ac
commodate about 75 words. Address with copy
ot Adv. and check, or "end 3i cents (or Bookot
176 paices. U E0. P. ROW ELL a CO.. 10 Srarca
haaa. Tsaiaral Iasarat-
ilr.rr. Srrmai DrMIlly "-! Ir
u.m aixis o. la n. itta at
ralll.lltia, rv SJJ Lj sU DT-utala.
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