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In 1851 1 made a tour with a party of
friends through the picturesque ami
beautiful country of Switzerland. Wo
loft Geneva by boat, and proceeded to
Villeneuve, situntoiUttlie ot her extrem
ity of tho Lake, where wo took carria
ges to Martigny.
Arrived here, wo stayed all night,
and early tho next morning mounted
our mules, and, having procured guides,
started to Chaniouni. About noon wo
arrived at tho celebrated pass of Teto
Noire, where we uto our dinner, and
oneo ruoro stin ted for our destination.
Tho pass of the Teto Noire is one of tho
most remarkable in tho world. High,
precipitous mountainH.Vwercd with firs,
arise on either hand, revealing a deep,
dark chasm, into whoso doptlm it is im
possible for a traveler to gaze without
turning dizzy. At iu bottom wends
along over rocks and boulders, a little
stream of water, caused by tho drip
pings from tho sides of the mountain,
anu in the wet season, when swollen by
rains, it assumes tho proportions of a
gigantic torrent, as it iianrcs along in
entiling swiftness anil is lost in mo val
Tho road at tins point is out a mero
Lridlo-path, over which it is impossible
for wheeled vehicles to pass, ami is
hewn in tho solid rock on the mountain
side. At one point a projecting rock
mado it impossible to wind tho road
around it, so it was cut through, ami for
a short distance tho traveler linds him
self in a narrow tunnel, tho sides of
which he can touch as he rides along on
his sure-footed mule;
The sun never shines in the rnvino,
nor dries with its warm rays tho rank
wet sides of tho dolile. From tho Teto
Noire it was a gradual descent until we
reached the valley at tho head of which
stands Mont Blanc, and whero stands
the pretty little villago of Chaniouni.
In passing along 1 noticed glaciers
(aimilles they are culled) in several
places, with verdure apparently grow
ing at their bases, and from tho tops of
which the sunlight was reflected in a
thousand different hues.
Leaving the Mer de Olnoo on our left,
and the KhiL'cro on our riirht, aflersomo
trouble in picking our way across tho
path of a huge avalanche which had
a few days before come rolling down
the mountain's side, we arrived shortly
after sunset at the village, and estab
lished ourselves for sometime in com
fortable quarters at the very good hotel
which the town afforded. It was from
these headquarters we were wont to
Bally on our expeditions to tho many
objects of interest in tho vicinity, some
times returning the saino day, but fro
nnent!y making our trip of several day's
One morning, shortly after our arriv
al, Madame B., one of our party, and
myself started alone to visit Mer do
Giaec, some fifteen miles distant. Pass
ing several parlies of excursionists, wo
had accomplished nearly half the dis
tance when wc stopped at tho door of a
pretty littlo vine-clad cottage for a drink
of the cool water which was gurgling
along in a little stream near by.
A stout, hardy-looking man of about
60 was engaged' in planting flowers in a
neat littlo garden, and in answer to our
request for a drink of tho sparkling
water, entered the cottage, and re
turned bearing a pitcher of it, with
which we allayed our thirst.
While thus engaged, I noticed that
bo kept eyeing my companion closely,
and as we wero about moving off, ho
"Are you not Madame B.. who twenty
years ago visited this Ch.mumnt. ami
had fervour guide l'ierre Hlaneot?"
"Yes," replied my companiou. "I
am she, and in you I recognize my old
faithful 1'ierre, the preserver of my
"Ah, niadame," said ho, seizing her
liand and holding it between his rough
palms, while tears flowed down his
checks, "I have longed for years that
this time might come, when I should bo
able to thank my benefactress for tho
blessings sho has heaped upon me.
Come hero, Mario," cried he to a
matronly-looking woman who stood in
the door of tho cottage, "coma here and
kiss our benefactress hand. She is tho
good angel who has been the causo of
all our comforts, and for whoso safety
wo have prayed for twenty years."
"Stop, 1'ierre," said madamo, em
barrassed, but not displeased at his cx
of rrratitude: "vou liuist recol-
lect that it is I, not you, who am tho
obliged party.. loyotU owe my nio,
f,ir vnn nreservod it once when in immi
nent danger, and my husband merely
ijiufnirnn vnn u oresent for vour faith-
fulness and devotion in tho hour of
"But," continued Pierre, wMi
warmt h, "Monsieur's gift enabled me to
buy this little place, and to leave tho
my dear Marie, whom before that I
could not wed, as I had no homo for
"Well, Pierre," said Madamo B., "if
you will continue to remain iu error, I
ennnot heir. it. and I reioicu that tho
generosity of my husband enables you
to enjoy so much pleasure from which the
nerilous and uncertain life of a moun
tain n-utila u-milit (Inlinr roll: and HOW
that it is growing late, and wo have a
long ridu before us, 1 will say gooa-bye;
; 'nit rest assured 1 will seo you again ue
4. -re I leave the villaire."
. uiidthe blessinsrs of Tierre and his
.;. wo rode off. For some distance
Uu ursuod our way in ellcuce. At
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"Voi ' M1UHt think the sceno you have
Just wit ncsS(!l' a very slrango one; the
of this slmiilc-hoartod peasant
luiw.d ' Diauuiin; i. sum;
and rav ''motion at seeing lilm must
have struok ' yu ,w slnr?u,Hl'i Bnu-
1 1, Mastered niv feellncs. I will
iniutnt,, . if you wish, tho clroutn-
which ho savod tnv life."
i mn hitch iiiiimr ... .
Pi.rmiit utt niyinif mv assent, ana
.. fi.?-.-...i . ny ciiriohlty, she con-
" 0 '.0W8f neo next
, ft 'innlur 11. in Pari
w, .."i". ' 0 Uml on an extended
..." J V""' ,,,BM 7. '."i luii.l was in our
' Z i , ? S visited Borne,
immi aim m Mir mivin
wo came hero.
Conslnnce and Geneva,
Alv husband, on the iek
a Mend, who was about returning to
rails, engageu nerre niiiuuui, u our
guide, aud a well-informed one he
proved to bo. Not onlv did ho know
all the places of interest in tho neigh
borhood, and take delight in pointing
out the best views iu tho lovely hind
scape, but his strength was such thai
be would lift me in and out of the
saddle and help me over tho dangerous
places, as though I were un iutunt in
his brawny arms.
"One day we made tho trip we are
making to-day, when un accident befell
me, which resulted quite seriously.
"Aftor walking a good distance on
tho Mer de (ilaee, we stariod to return
to tho house, ami were obliged to cross
several hugo blocks of ice. l'ierre was iu
front with a hatchet, cutting littlo steps
for us to descend by, w hen, in sumo un
accountable manner, 1 slipped and
strained my ankle severely. Tho pain
was intense, so that I coiiid not walk,
and was obliged to bo carried back to
"For several weeks I kept my room,
but at last, feeling much better, wo
Marled on nn excursion to an old saw
mill, from which an exceedingly lino
view was to bo obtained."
"Unablo to mount a mule, my bus
band procured for mo one of those
curious vehicles we, met to-day, called a
'char a banc' You notice how com
fortably they are made for rough roads,
being nothing more than along spring
board extended from the forward and
hind wheels, on which is fastened a seat, .
in which tho passenger sits sideways.
"Well, l'ierre carried me down and
seated mo in the 'char a banc,' mounted
a kind of a box there is in front, and
we started off. My liii.-lminl, armed
with a stout Alpine stall', walked at
our side for a while, when, saying that
he knew of a short cut over the moun
tain, lie left us promising to arrive tit
tho old mill botoio us, and hnvo our
lunch in readiness.
"Alas, I littlo .dreamed of tho
danger 1 would be placed in, or tho
wonderful escape from death I should
experience before we again met.
"After following for several miles tho
old bed of a stream in the valley, wo
entered a dark gorge, and commenced
tho ascent. The scenery was most pic
turesque. On either side were heavy
misses of line trees, and the group ap
peared carpeted with beautiful moun
tain flowers, so numerous in this
district. I have forgotten tho name
of the mountain we were ascending, but
I recollect tho lovelinos of the scene.
At last we crossed a foaming, angry
stream, and commenced following it to
its sources, for it was on this stream that
tho mill wa9 situated.
"Tho road was built on the top of a
elifV overhnno-in'r the water, and so nar
row that it was impossible for two
wheeled vehicles to pass. At intervals
a place was excavated in the bank forpar
ties L'oinff un to wait until parties de
scending had passed by.
"llio out nun was suuaieu mgii
qIwivh of. I Im (listnnre of nboiit a mile.
and Pierre had just pointed mo out its
site, whon he utlereii an exclamation of
surpriso and, jumping from tho box,
ran a few vards iu front. Looking in
tho direction ho had taken, I saw a sight
which curdled tho blood in my veins,
and appeared to freeze my heart.
coming uiuuiiu iv uunu in hut imiki,
and very near to us, was a runaway
mule, attached to a load of lumber.
which, striking his heels as bo bounded
along, goaded lutn onward in bis mad
fliirht. Tim dniKrer of mv situation
flashed on my mind in an instant. As
1 have said uoiore, mo roan was oniy
wide enough for ono wagon to stand in,
ana 1 realized at once inai ono oi us
must co over the bank. Kven wore I
out of tho 'cliar a uamv u won in do
very doubtful if I cscapod, for the wag
on bi-hiud tho mule swayed fearfully
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Iroin one sine to mo inner, us u, nepi,
increasing its frightful velocity each
moment. I tninic i iievursuuercu morn
anguish of mind in a few minutes than
I did at that time. All tho events ot
mv past life Hashed through my brain
like lightning, and mingled scenes of
years ago with those at the present
I lttiew Hint nt the mill was mv
good husband, anxiously looking out
for us, and I grieved to think how hor
ror-stricken he would lu when word
was taken to him of my fearful death.
"But all at once a ray of hope enter
ed my heart, and 1 comprehended why
rierro had leu mo oox so siiuoemj.
Thero ho stood, lirmlv braced, In tho
center of the road, a few rods in front
of me, watching, with tho most intenso
earnestness, every motion of the en-
ra"ed mule, who with glaring cyo-balls
and distended nostrils, apparently un
conscious of all save his extreme terror,
was tearing down upon him with an al
most Irresistiiiie power. ii nisi (i say
lit lust, for tho few seconds that brief
scene occupied seemed to mo like ages),
they met. ijiKO an avaiancno um um
infuriated muio come agMinsi iierre,
who. instead of boing overthrown, n9 1
expected, by a skillful display of his
immense strength, nuricu mo mine irom
him, over tho precipice, into the depths
"I had. at tho instant of the collision,
closed my eyes. I heard tho crashing
and tumbling of tho mule and wagon
as they went rolling down the steep
bank' into tho water, 'J0O0 feet below,
n,i rnniner tlmt T wns snved. the re
vulsion of my feelings was such that I
"When I recovered my senses, which
I did in a short time, I found mysolf in
my husband's arms. Ho had, from a
distance, witnessed the event nud hur
ried to my side."
'When wo me asked to recommend
something to nourish and strengthen
the blood wo always say tune man un
tcrs." "Best blood purifier we know ot."
"Itupidly displacing all other bitters."
"For weakness, nervousness and the cf
cts ot dissipation nothing like "Malt Bit-
to" Women and children take them freely."
Liuuitico InqtUlTlldo. t
Tim man tutin rtnninri i tint tlui earth WAS
round, was tho snmo lunatic who neglected
. HII -- I A t f t '
to tnKo ur. i nomas jiccinc un ior ins
i sore chest nnd lungs Inst month. Pence to
hissshes. He was an idiot, but wo hope
no nun a wiriKiiiit) mirini.
Tr iritnu'a flniiit Mnrvn Ttontiiror III thn
. r I, i, uiiv u vm,. v ....... ... -
marvel of the ago for all Noive Disenses,
All llts stopped iree. neon to vui Arcn
street, rhlhiddphiii, Pcnn.
;AIKO HULLKTIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, AlTJf, 13 18S1.
Stories About Animals.
A singulur encounter between a dog
and a donkey occurred rocently in
Blackpool, England, llio dog rushed
at the donkey as he was standing in h
held, and fastened on Ids nose. 1 lie
.Im.iI i.v ..luiok him oil', bit hbn about
I1JMIM J - " -
tlie head and shoulders, und tossed him
wildly about, i he dog again seized
the donkey, and tho combatants could
not be separated, After the light had
lasted half an hour, tho owner decided
to have the dog shot, as it had by that
time fastened Willi a firm hold on the
donkey's nose. A gun was procured,
but so savage was the light that it was
difficult to shoot one animal without
killing the other also. At last aim was
taken? a bullet was put into tho dogs
bead, ami it dropped to tho ground.
When tho smoko cleared away the dog
was dead, but the infuriated donkey
bad returned to the charge, kicking,
biting and tramping on tho dog. It
was with great difficulty the dotikey
was at last driven off.
Mr. Farler, tho Colonial Secretary of
the Honduras, says tho London Tvtt'
(rnii, while exploring the interior of
tho colony, was overtaken by a drove
of peccaries, and was compelled to'
scramble up a tree, dropping his rifle
in the performance. Tho whole pack
gathered around his porch, grunting
and sharpening their tusks. "Now the
peccary is not only ferocious but,
patient, and rather than let an object
of its anger escape will wait about for
days, so that the Secretary had before
him only two courses cither to remain
w here wo was until he dropped down
among the swino from sheer exhaus
tion and hunger, or else to commit sui
cide at oneo by coming down to bo
eaten there and'then. Whilo ho was iu
this dilemma, however, what should
como alongand looking out for sup
per, too hut a jaguar. Never was
beast of prey so opportune, for tho
jaguar has a particular fondness for
wild pork and tho peccaries know it,
for no sooner did they seo the great
ruddy head thrust out through tho
bushes than they bolted hellerskeltcr,
forgolting, in their anxiety to save
their own bacon, the meal they them
selves were leaving up tho tree. Tho
jaguar was oil' after the swine with
ad"minible promptitude, and tho Secre
tary, finding the coast dear, camo
down, reflecting, as ho walked toward
the camp, upon the admirable arrang
ments of nature, which, having made
peccaries to cat Colonial Secretaries,
provided also jaguars to eat peccaries.
A remarkable story of a dog that
died of a broken heart is told by Mr.
Martin, of Atlanta. l.i. W. H. H:irvi"l,
the father-in-law of Dr. Martin, who
died recently at a ripo old age, was tho
owner of a very line bulldog, by name
I'onto. "For months before his death,"
says Dr. Martin, "lliis dog was his con
stant comiKiiiion. There was somc-
tliiiin-ulniimt hiiitmn in t lie devotion of
the (Tog to his master, and, as a natural
consequence, the master was particular
ly fond of his dog. The daily move
ments of the old gentleman for a long
lime before his last sickness were as
regular us iho.se of a clock, and lonto
followed him as surely as his very
shadow. When the old man died
I'onto took his place by the coflm, and
did not budje utni'i it was taken from
the room. Then he got up and follow
ed it closely In the hearse, and followed
the hearse to the grave. Tonto came
back to the house a changed dog.
Kverv night he lay upon his rug in tho
porch, and moaned piteously all night
h.nrr KvelV ihlV foUllli 111 ill lliakillir
thoiouiids jilht. as he used to do before
tho old man died. I templed him with
tho choicest meat, but he refused to eat.
I offered him tho warmest milk; he
would not drink, lie went about, with
his head down, the very picture of sor
row, lie dwindled away aimosi io u.
skeleton. Ono day, about hvo weeks
after tho old man died, I'onto came
l,-iirriti(r his wenk nnd loall bodv down
the street. When ho got to the fence,
there ho stopped and sank upon the
ground. 1 ran to him, and, lifting him
in my arms, carried him into the yard,
for ho was dead!"
Ther are fourteen judges of English
county courts whose united ages amount
to 1,005 years, with an average of 7
years. Of those, live wero appointed
'judges in 117, on the passing of the
first county court act; they will, there
fore, complete thirty-four years' service
this year more than twice tho time re
quired for a judgo of the high court to
earn his retirement. One of tlieso
judges was appointed in 1819. These
venerable gentlemen can only receive a
pension on 'boing "afflicted with some
permanent infirmity disabling them
lrom the duo execution of their otliee."
How to Buy a Horse.
And old horseman speaking of this
subject says: If you want to buy a
horse, don t believe your own brother.
Take no man's word for it. Your eyo
is your market. Don't buy a horse in
harness. Unhitch him and take every
thing off but tho halter, and load him
around. If ho has a corn, or is stiff, or
has any other failing, you can see it.
Let him go by himself a littlo ways,
and if ho slaves right into anything,
you may know he's stone blind. No
matter now cleat and bright his eyes
are, ho can't seo any nioro than a bat.
Back him up, too. 'Some horses show
their weakness or tricks that way when
they don't in any other.
. But bo as smart as you can, and you'll
get caught sometimes. Even an expert
gets stuck. A horse may look ever so
nice, and go a mile a minute, and yet
havo fils for instaneo. There isn't a
live man could tell it till something
happens. Or ho may havo a weak back.
Give him tho whip and off he goes for a
milo or two; then, all of a sudden, ho
sits down on tho road. Aftor a rest ho
gets up and starts again, but he soon
sits down for good, aud nothing but a
derrick could raise him.
Do you know what a dummy is?
You don't? Well, I'll toll 'you. He's
a horse that don't know anything. His
brain has gotio wrong. A dark stall
and over-feoding has ruined his diges
tion, and that has affected his brain.
Drive him out a ways, and pretty soon
lie will jerk his head around and pull
right straight on ono lino. You can't
hold him; it's no use to try. Tho first
you know ho has dumped you in a ditch
or smashed you up against a lamp post.
Tie him in a stable, nnd ho'H back up
till ho breaks every halter you put on
him, Stretch a rope across the end of
tho stall so ho can't back out, and he'll
climb up the wall. ,
a m. jm wrrj w im l m r. it m: m tui
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Backache, Soranass of tho Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swellings ana
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C'omiiii'rrin! avi ilMu hitii'fli Mx.li anil Srvilith
clrcilx: In Hi': Snotnl Waril nl tlie i'MjIiiu hon-i'
ol the Hoi'iih tin d lt'-aily lire rompaiiv : In tlm
Third Wiiril.nl Um etiL'Mii' hoiimiof tlie llilieru nti
lire :oini,uhv: in l ie rourtli nnl. at tne court
6oiihh; in the r inn aril, in uie coin noui'e ouiki
incof Jiiinri. t nrroll. on the iinrlliwift cornenf
Tni'iilv ( iL'litli ftri'i't aii'l Cointiii rrinl avei.il
Snlil I'lt i'lloi 111 lieotieued at ck'ht o'i'iot k in I In-
murultiu uml cotitiimc open until huvi-ii u rlock in
the afternoon ' f hhiiiu tiny .
Ilv order of the City Ciiiindl.
D..I l'(iI.F.V. CltyClerk.
For all wiitilicrH dl-ahled In I. 8. nervier, and for
uolrit of deieii'ied nolillern,
For ttoldi'.TH whoao rato of pension U too low,
Due all aiildiern dlncharL'cil for wounds or other
Injury 'not dlfeni-e), who have failed t reoelvu It.
COPIES OF LOST DLSCIIAUUES
Mend two S-ceni KaiiiM forhlaiiks nnd "circular
or jnlormalioii in
STODDAUT it t O.,
Solicitors of rlniiim. Iloom 8, St. Cloud liulldln,
Bkn-i. F. Ukakton, Stoiiy U. Ladd
HaIiIsukt K. Paink.
Late Coiuiulssioner of I'Dtents,
P A T B N T S
PAINE, UHAFTON & LA I) I),
Attortieyn at Law mid Solicitors of American and
41i FIFTH STKKKT. WASHINGTON, I). C.
Practlco patent law In all lis branches In llm
I'alent Olllce, and In the Sniirenie and Circuit
Courta of the luili'd Hiales. Pamphlet sent freo
on receipt of slump for pimtiij.e,
Obtained for new Inventions, or for tmprovemonta
on old ones; for medical or other compounds, trade
marks and label. Caveats, Assignments, l""".
ferences, Appeals. Hulls for Infringements, and
all cases arising umlur the Patent Laws, prompt
ly attended to. Inventions that havoiwen
It Di.J rAj 1 Vi U I,; mt rases, bo liatctiled by
us. IJulngopposllH tho U. 8. Patent iJenartmeut,
arnd otumged Iu l'ulont bttsitiuss encluslvely. wo cn
make closer scurclies, nnd sectiro ratentsmoro
promptly, and with broader claims, than those who
are remote from Washington. ,l ,
Trices low, and no charge unless 1'aUnt s ;curod.
We refer In Washington, w . Uon-I
General 1). M, Key, Kev.V D I i h I H
An.erle.an Nallotinl Hank,
Patent Ofllco. and to Henatorj ani i H w sen tatWns
tn Congress: and especially W mu cllenli in wvory
Htatetn tho Union nnd In Canada. Addrusa
O. A. SNOW & CO.,
Opposite Pat nt Oftico. Washington D. 0.
nuv fur E'Mid on (killvLT3fnr ofdnr hnv Iih.ii
mcuivd for thu nnw. i;.() pt uiouib prottt
Kiihi'iuiU'Im!. TLji inert tioarcbinn Invviithiiitiun
Kollclliii. A. ff. AHNOI.UA CO. cornur Klrt.
btruet and )lriiBdwy, Cnmklj'ii, N, Y,
THE MILD POWER
M Humphreys' Hoiueopathio Spuoihcg
lll'rnvcil from Biiipli' m imtIimiih un iiiirr
I'riiinpl, I'llii-li'iil, an a
llellulilr, ll'V mi' Hi" u"l)' lu.'llelii(M
Ullll'l."l t.l illMlllir IIKI'.
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Wiinin, Wiirm l i'V.T W in in I'lilli'. M
Cry Ina Tollc, or Ti i-iIiIiik ' Ilifiiill.
4. Duirrlii-H of I lilMrcii or Aclnlcn. .
ft. Il)t-iilrv, OrliiiK, Clllmii. l.ullu,
0. I IiiiIitk Nlnrliii", VonillluH.
7. f 'uli, Oilil, I r.'lii'liit m, -t
K. Ni'i. rn I ul I'-itliuclii'. hiu'riii'liH.
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. Niiimri...d i.r ru
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orctiiKl 'll. fri- of I'liaiKi. on ri-i'i'lpi i,f
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I II ! !". tVr., 'Ill in,i-), ulw llliimrulcd
I 'itliiloill.. l-'lt
A'Mr.-.', IMiiiilirry' lluniriiinlhlr U
.ilea, l u.. iu ruuuu bi.. .iuiv tutu.
JIUMI'llKVS HOMEOPATHIC MLTJI-
( INKS, hi.ld hy I5AHCLAY PROS.
Sr. S. Sibboe'isEsteraalPUoEeaody
liiv.'i int:inirrllcl niiinmimiiiiioio
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES,
Bold hjr iriiirl'l''viTy!nrr. l'rl'-i JtA'p'T ho
rti(, ltjvi!,.iil. hanipl'. n'ht Jt" to l'hytilc'.iiTi
ml 1 1 m)T?.T' r,t.y I'.Ni'imt vlfr A n.UoxS'il,
tcw VurtbCii). buknuuunwiuri ror,4iiuiwi."
r rf"il in., lYi'iio'irn..,! th ti ki iho hieh.
t-l lllf.l ritltitMlir. h ift W,,i M l,;,...T Infil
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b:M nf In ai.u. W H i'.iiilirtl.lH CO H i
MOLLEK'S (ODLIYEPi OIL, hoM ly
IIAEC LAY liP.OTllEPS.
P"ruitlHt A ,S rnl I'l-lUl.. '.,y.l.r
I li i "ii i :t wn u Oiw td. .V. t'mati't
..irr t f f iij. mui-n itui Am- ,i" ui.mi.
Ifa.ifr.-tiioy'ttur. trratlw 'i'l fi tr'.tl t'tt'.i'rT:
Jr4 I ,lii4lirtiU,inv jv,fiif ex pra .i'. hrid naui'i,
E' J P. l. 'l ntiKi tiMwi lol'i. KIISK, 'I
mm AnuS u I'M la. vroipui drimrulk
IVIi'ioat Tn. dl'lnr. At.I.A!?"8 S0I.mt.fi METM.
I'ATKIi Bol OlKa. 1 uaud October 16, Kt.
Oiip U' x.
So. 1 will core any r v In f n' dr. or In.
No. t will 'jr tim m.i ytu.uat uk, uj ualtr
Of how lontf uridlH.
So iiitinc' iit ii'j. i nf entm'is, cipalba or oil of
Villi ilwood. that ire r. n;n . .r.tn dytwia
dmroiiiof tna cutinn ,r i!,e :.,mrh. So
syrlnA'orir,ni?cni injwuou lo pr.uu;e other
Price Ii M. sol. I) PT ALL MlfilGIBTS, or
Biailed . r.-relpt of priee.
For 1 tirr rr::' nUrs send for clrrnUr.
P. (i. II x ati. J t. ALLAN CU., -J J.,iin StresL
Wc uU. r piO rrwtnl f-jr ar.y er i Una wilt out
lijl' t safe and lure cure.
ALLAN'S MKDK:A'N:I) JiDUfJIHS
SIi hy UAHCLAY BUOS.
".iln thftiM r.f ft C';l
It.; i fvf ft fr . ( .ft t,i itair f
W !. to ft. I I
rvluftt.; n trt hv i)t. m U
t jMt lb luliW ttt
mmmn mum phi moll
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i.mfrU.W ih Utr ien-i
tr It' I Hfc. Co boi 1,
h VwrH CitJ.
!lifl,ShotUuii, llrolTt,iu fcfcd. furaumiuuoa
Jlrofcti-LoailliigShotOuns, 18to$.7D. poutile ftiit
(iuuH.IHtoHwJ. HlngleOuns.ltolJO. I:itl",aMo
I7.V ilevolvcrs. II to t.'S- M'nd for f rei' lllintmtnl
ritnl.itfiK. l.llliAl VEblilU OL'.S WoUHil
MUSTACHE UND WHISKHS.
TKi.'a l-ct l ( i, ,. wJ j,. ,t ,
U.I l . t . M ty IB)
tim 3 b ( a-l )r f It? ,'! i-u .m
attMf ar fall M-M tat 1 t K
I wf. ai J !. H.i.i 1 .rWt, ri'ii.-.
CJ. T.J for 1
r.for .4 pta.irn.tl ,l(,..a
To XervoiiH Stilli rers-Tlie (.rent K.ui oiH'iiii Item.
nhIir. .1. H. rlnipsoii'iiSpi i'lll.! Jleillclni'.
Ir. J.M. Nimpson'i Specltle Medicine Is a posi
tive cure for hliernintorrliea. Iinnotenrv. WeaLnesa
anil all diseases resulting from Ndf-Ati'iise. as Ncr-
vour- iii iiuity. irrllalilllt.v, .Mental Amietv, Languor,
LasBllude, Depression ofsplrlisnnd fiinrtlniial de
runu'i'ineiits ol tlie Nervous System generally I'alns
in llui k or Side, Loss of IMemory. l'ren.Hturi' Dirt
Ave and diseases
Hull lead to Con
ty and an early
grave, or both.
No matter how
shattered t b e
system may be
from excesses of
snv kind, a short
course of this meiili liio will rentiire tnu lost func
tions and procure health and happiness, where be
fore was despondency and gloom Tim Kpccltlo
Meillcluo Is being used with winiderml "
ramphlets sent free to all. Wnlu for them and
get mil particulars,
l'rlce, Spccitlc. l .i'0 per parkago, or x iiack
ages lor $ri.lio. Will be sent by mall on receipt of
money. Address all orders,
.). H. tilMPSON-HMKDK'JNI'-CO.,
Nos. inland HW Main ht..llnHalo,N. T.
OKAY'S srKCIFIC MKIMC1NK,
TRADE MARK.TheOreatKngllshlKADE MARK
uV rtemudv. n tin-
( fallliiL' euro for
f"-5S? Seminal W'eaktiess
'. Z. Hnerni at orrhnea,
Impotenry, and all
diseases that fol
low as 11 conse
quence of self
.. , , .
na m t .a uuse ; us miss 014
Xiuiuiu xua'8inemory, untvetsal -o.vr.'.
Lrt-r! .V '.V.' V "i ' " '!":J!"i d'n';Afcor Takina
Iiess II. Tin, in, fm iiinitiiu 111,, nn-, v
and many other diseases Hint lead to Insanity or
ronsuinjillon mid apremalure gravu.
Full particulars In our jniinplilet, whirl) wa do
sire to send free by mall to every tine. Thospo
cldc. mtitllclnn Is sold hv all druggists at 1 per
package, six for 5, or w ill ho Mini tree by mall nn
receipt of the nionicy by addressing TUB 11HAV
MKDICINKCO., Mo.lt Mechanics block, Detroit
Mich. Hold InCsIro by liarclay Ilros., I'aut (i
Hchiih atidUoo. K. O'liuru.
ittfiL to Awrn ml k S'itj.m&WtMf--fir'
3 M m
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