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PHYSICIANS, CLEROYMEN, AN
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OP A
Pain in thaHejidwlth a dull sensation In
frieVack" part, Pain underjtlie ahoulder
blfttle,"fullne after eating, "with a diiln
oTiDfttion to exertion ofbociy or mind,
IrriUbllitjrof temperTLow aprrita,LoM
6fmem6rjr,wit ha feeling of having Det
racted edtnutyliaHne.a, Diamines,
J 'iuttering-of the Heiirt, DpU before.tha
eyesrYellow 6kfn7BjBadache, Reatie
neat at nlghtThighlycolored Urine.
IT THESE WAERIHGS ABE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES Will SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TUTT8 PILLS are especially adapted to
such eaN,iie dose eh'ect such nt-hanga
of feeling as to astonish tlie sufferer.
They InrrfMM' Ihe appetite, mid causs tin
body to Talu on t'lvoh. thus (he system I
nonn.nru. aim oy ineir . ,..- uriMiHin mo
liiirrat It Organ. Kraraiar sjtooi arejiro-
i lit cenm. M irnqimy a,.., n. i
IK 05 Wormy HU, M.T.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
ii. kH . .it.uiA iiiiif.iiiiiui nf fills I)YK. It
. . . ,1 . .haniMfl it m flfyVMV
Impart n milural ooinr, acta Instantaneously,
gulil tiDriiguirsiit nj eiue.iin raeairtoill.
Office, 35 Murray St.. New York.
CDr. TITTS BISTU. uf V.luinl. lain.Naa k
hand KmlpU "HI b Billed l Hit a,llMtloa.sT
(A medicine, not a Drink.)
HOPS, BFtlir. MANDRAKE,
Akdth PrmtsT and BETManir!Ai,Quuj.
II KH or ALL OXIUCB HlTTBiM.
All Diseases of the 8tomch, Bowel, Blood,
lArr, Klducy,and Urinary Organ, Ner
r Diuaiv vuuii'ibiui.
$1000 IN GOLD.
Will be paid for a case they will not cm or
help, or for anytliliiK llnpiire or Injurlo n
found la tlicm.
Ask vonr druggist for Hop Bitters and try
limn licfora you ilei-p. Take no other.
I) I. C. Ii ao absolute and trreatatlble cure for
Drunkenuesa, use of opium, tobacco and
EBND roB ClBC'DLAE.
All abort lold b dranrtrta.
Hop Bitten Mfr. Co., Rochuter, N. V., A Tomato, Out.
30 DAYS TRIAL
June 18, 1876.
We will uni on thirty day trial .
Dr. Dye's Electro-Voltaic
APPLIANCES TO HEN '
Buffering from Nerwoti Weaknr-ae, (Jeneral
Debility, loss of nerve force or vigor, or any dis
ease resulting from Anusa and othbb catiris, or to
any one afflicted with Rheumatism, Neuralgia. Par
alyst. Spinal pimcultlcs, Kidney or Uver Trouble.
Lame Back, and other IManaaes of the Vital Orgims.
Alto woven troubled with disease peculiar to
Speedy n-lluf and complete restoration to health
guaranteed. Theae are the only Electric
AppliunrpM that hnveevrrbeen constructed
upon hcieiitlfle Principle. Their thorough
efflcacy ha. been practically proven with the most
wonderful .ucceiw, and ihey ha ve the highest
endowment from eminent medical and
aclenllflc men and from hundred who have
been apeedlly and radically cured by their
me. Send at once for Illustrated pamphlet giving aU
Information free. Address.
VOLTAIC BELT CO., Mar.hall, Mich.
IthE only medicine
III FITIlElt LIQUID Ott PUT FOB!
That Actaat filename time on
TSI LIYSM, TSX S0mLS,
ajtd tbs moms.
WHY ARE WE SICK?
Btcaxu vt allow thet$ gnat orgam to
become elonotd or torpid, and voiioitoui j
humortar tlwefor forced Mo tht Uood
that ihouldbt txptUtd naturally.
WILL SURELY CURE
PILE, CONSTIPATION, CRINAKT
DUEAHKH, FEMALE WEAKFtEHEt,
AND MEUVOCIt UlSOBDKfcA
by canting Jut action Uteu orgat, and.
tutoring their fxmxr to throw off diteau.
Why Hirer Bliloui paint and achMl
Why toraiented with Plln, Conitlpatloal
Why frightened over disordered Kldneyit 9
Waytadureaervoui orilrk headacheil ,
Vm tVlDNEY-WOBTantf rt)okt in health
. oE.'." "7 VaM r.r. In tin
ssrirj . or
UaU4. for tbw. that an madlly pr.par. It
aril acta with muiI e(Hrl.o. i
OCT IT or toun baouuart. Puct, $i!it
WKlii. aiuitanMM ij.,p
mi J Iha Met anrf.i.U -
lend Um dry Buatrpakl.)
AU Swain Dreed.
19 Woodward Av.
Send for pricot.
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. A. ItUKNKTT,
Stories of Witchcraft.
An old Gorman woman in Cincinnati
lias been regaling tbo Enquire)' of luat
city with stories of witchcraft brouglit
from the old country. Ono man who
had several fine horses hud unconsiiious
y iucurretl the diHoluasuru of the
witches, and his valuable equines grow
thin and died. A witch, wIioho reputa
tion was not of tho best, showed her
temper by drying up a cow which had
formerly given two buckets of milk.
The witch, however, aftor two or three
weeks, permitted the cow to give milk
One woman, reputed a skillful witch,
cast a spell over a cat, and tho feline
in turn pursued a youth, niakiii noc
turnal visits to his room while he was
asleep. The poor young man wa near
ly chokod to death on several nights,
but was not aware of the nature of his
trouble. Telling his brother, the latter
one night captured the cat, went to a
blacksmith's in the neighborhood, and,
after a good deal of coaxing, iiidiinod
the smith to fire up his forge, and til a
fiair of shoes for the cat's front fjit. .
With this accomplished, tho young
man, in a jubilant frame of miud, went
The next day it was ascertained that
the witch woman was sick in bed. The
youth who bad beon tormented by the
cat went to see her, and found to his
surprise and joy that in the palm of her
hands were the horseshoes. The witch
said, in a sad tone of voice, "Yoii'ro
caught me this time." She beggod
piteously to be released from the
horseshoes, but not until she had
agreed to discontinue ber mischievous
practices was her appeal granted.
Bo Wise and Happy.
If you will stop all your extravagant and
wrong motions in doctoring yourself and
families with expensive doctors or humbug
cure-alls, that do harm always, and use only
nature's simple remedies for all your ail
ments you will be wise, well and happy
and save great expense. Tiie greatest rem
edy for this, the great, wise and good will,
tell you, is Hop Bitters rely on it. Bee
auother coluum. Press.
The demand of tho people for an easier
method of preparing Kidney-Wort has in
duced the proprietors, the well-known
wholesale druggists, Wells, Richardson &
Co., of Burlington, Vt., to prepare it for
Bale in liquid form as well as in dry form.
It saves all tho labor of preparing, and as it
is equally efficient it is preferred by many
persons. Kidney-Wort always and every
where proves itBclf a perfect remedy .Buf
The Painlessness of Death.
"Painlessly we oomn, whonoe we know not
Painlessly we go, whither we know not!"
From the earliest period of human
.history death has been considered as
necessarily accompanied by pain; so
general is this belief, that the terms
"death-agony," "last struggle,"
"pangs of death," etc, have been in
almost universal use ia every age and
under all conditions of society.
Nothing could be more erroneous;
the truth is, pain and death seldom go
together we mean the last moments
of life. Ot course, death may be pre
ceded by weeks or even months of ex
treme suffering, as occurs during cer
tain incurable diseases.
Daath itself is a physiological process,
and lite all other animal functions
should b painless. Popular Science
Piles! Piles!! Piles!!!
A SUUK CUUK POUND AT LAST. t0 ONK NEIOU
A sure cure for the Blind, Bleeding,
Itching and Ulcerated Piles has been dis
covered by Dr. Williams (an Imliuu rem
edy), called Dr. William's Indinn Oint
ment. A si.igle box has cured the worst
chronic cases of 25 and lit) years standing.
No one need suffer five minutes ulter apply
ing this wonderful southing medicine.
Lotions, Instruments and Electuaries do
more harm than good. William's Oint
ment absorbs the tumors, allays the intense
itching (particularly at night after getting
warm in bed), acts as a poultice; gives
lnsiant ana painless reliei, and is prepared
only for Piles, itching of the private parts
ana notuing else.
Road what the lion J. M. Cofliuberry, of
uevciana, sayu anout nr. wminm'B Indian
Pile Ointment: "I havo used scores of
pile cures, and it affords me pleasure to say
that 1 have never loiina anything which
gave such immediate and permanent relief
as Dr. William's Indian Pile Ointment."
for saie oy an ornggists, or mailed on
receipt of price 11.00.
fKANK 8. IIKNIty itl'O.,
Solo Prop's, Cleveland, O.
For sale by Oko. E. O'haka, Druggis.
She Was Not a Pool. .. !
The only daughter and heiress of the
late Dr. Ayer, the millionaire pill man
ufacturer, is in Paris. A correspond
ent of the San Francisco Chronicle says
that she reeoivod an offer of marrlago
from a Bourbon prince, a cousin of Don
Carlos, of Spain. Sho rofusod, and
when the importance of the honor was
lirrrnH bKa ,milinl lif .Inn't. urnnf a
title half as much as he wants cash."
Tho Gastric Juice
when vilatod, as it always is in dyspepsia,
poisons instead ot acting as a so vent of
the food, which decomposes in the stomach,
srHiK oirm ro an acid, that rising in tho
luroai King, the palate, and causes tho ex-
VrmnK u"Pieaaant aonsation called heart-
"urn. I ANinnaln nru.. ,i ,i
!Il?iU w"ted to for the numose ,,f
tatlShn,iTh,JUef y U t eradl
..van, wiau on
the stomach, oppression in that organ after
eating, and a sinking sensation in it at other
times, in short all the , indicia of chronic
indigestion are removed by Ilostetter'i
Stomach Bitters, foremost of stomachics
and invlgorants. Appetite and norve tran
quillity are Imparted by its use.
A Bookmaker's Triok.
A good story was told apropos of a
noble lord who was recently returning
from the races. In the adjoining com
partment were eight bookmakers, who,
"cleaned out" by successive failures,
wcro traveling without tickets, hoping
by a turn of good luck to escape pay
ment. At last one of thorn, during a
stoppage, hit upon a brMant hlea.
Pulling his cap down oveJa eves and
buttoning his coat, he went to the car
riage of the noble lord and his frionds,
and assuming an official air, collected
their tickets. These he distributed
among his own friends, and on the
train reaching London the noble lord
had a narrow escape of seeing himself
and his frionds taken into custody for
attempting to defraud the railway com
pany, for despite their assurances the
officials declined to believe that any
ono had been audacious enough to col
lect these passenger's tickets. The
thing was too absurd. It was only by
paying their fare a second timo that
the noble lord and his frionds escaped
from the clutches of the railway sor
vants. Lomlon Cuckoo.
The Human Hair.
HOW TO rilKNKHVK AND MKAUTIFV IT.
Many persons abuse this delicate and
beautiful ornament by burning it with al
coholic washes and plastering it with grease,
which has no affinity for the Bkin, and is
not absorbed. Buhnett's Coooaine, a
compound of Cocoanut Oil, etc., is unrivaled
as a dressing for (he hair is readily ab
sorbed, and is peculiarly adapted to its
various conditions, preventing its falling
off and promoting its healthy growth.
Housekeepers should insist upon obtain
ing Buhnett's Flavoring Extuacts, for
ihey arc the bcBt.
Germany to Take It, Too.
Germany is in a fair way to undergo
an attack of the pedestrian craze. A
Prussian grenadier has created a gen
uine sensation in Berlin by walking, or
running against race horses, and has
undertaken to walk from Berlin to
Magdeburg, more than ninety miles, in
twelve hours, and to Vienna in four
The American Express company has
introduced into New York the system
of harnessing three horses abreast, af
ter the fashion of the London omnibus
es. Tho change has been made on two
of the wagons for an experiment, with
very satisfactory results. Tho wagons
are supplied with two poles instead of
ouo, and each of the three horsos is at
tached to a separate whifllatreo. This
is found to be a decided improvement
over the system sometimes used of put
ting one horse in shafts and another at
each side. The harnessing is practical
ly the same as with two horses, with
two poles instead of one. The expert
ment is tried upon the wagons that do-
liver goods in the upper part of the
city, not onlv bocausn the loads are fre
quently too heavy for two horses, but
to enable tiie drivers to maKe tip ior
lost time with an increased rateof
speed, when from any cause they are
delayed at the start.
A Valuable Experience.
Few men are better known throughout
the Methodist denomination than It. W
Bartine, D. D., M. D. Speaking of a most
critical incident in his life, he said: "Some
time since I lound myself suffering from
what Is known as Albuminuria. By the
use of reliable test I found albumen in the
urine, and in some slight degree in a tew
instances in a coagulated state. I suffered
from dropsy, paiticilnry about the ankles,
slight pains shout the kidneys, a derange
ment of digestion, great dryness of the skin
attunes much thirst, and ot course a grad
ual failing of strength. This was about
the state of things when I commenced us
iug Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure
I took about six tablcspoonsfuls every day
for a week, when I found all my symptoms
decidedly unproved, And at the end of two
weeks it was diihcult to detect any truce o
albumen. Having imprudently taken cold
I had a very slight relapse some two weeks
ago, when I began again using tho medi
cine, ami am now as well as ever. The
doctor's symptoms are as common as head
ache, and yet, unless taken in time, they
may lead to the worst results, which tho
remedy above named will certainly prevent
A God Forsaken People.
Says a Salt Lake correspondent: But
of all tho ill-conditioned, God-forsaken,
hapless-looking people I ever saw, the
women here boat them all. Yesterday
was supply day for the Mormon farm
ers living outside the city. They bring
their wives into town iu dead-axle wag
ons, and till in the vacant room with
children, who look fully as bad as their
mothers, if not worse. Many of thorn
nre laino and humpbacked! and all look
sickly, and are lll-'dad. Two out of
evory three women on the street, yes
terday, had nursing infants on their
arms, and four out of fivo of the chil
dren are said to be girls. One of the
saints had thirteen Wives and ninety
four children, which he exhibits with all
the pride I should take in a lot of lino
horses. I never realized tho Infernal
nature of the institution nor its effect
upon society in I do now. The sooner
our (rovcrnruonl. crushes it out the bet
tor for humanity. It is a Mot upon the
face of tho earth, particularly in this
lovoly valley, so greou und "beautiful,
with applo, peach, pear, and plum tro s
in full blossom grass waving in the
wind, bees humming, and birds sing
ing, like our July weather, while just
beyond this in tho background are the
mountain-tops covered with snow. It
is the prettiest sight I evor saw, and
one which I shall never forjet..
Col. John C.Whitney,
of Alantu, (is., says ho owes his life
Warner's Safe Kidney and Livor Cure.
Ladies who appreciate elegance and
purity are using Parker's Hair Balsam. It
is tho bunt artlclo sold for restoring gray
hair to lu original color and beauty.
9 in inn it in t
Heuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backacho, Soreness of the Chest, Gout,
Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swellings and
Sprains, Burns and Scalds,
General Bodily Pains,
Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet
and Ears, and all other Pains
No Preparation nn earth equala Sr. jArnHs On. ai
a iaf,urt, jufW.ari'l cheap External Hemedy.
A trial entails but the rnnifwraiivcly trilling outlay
of AO 4'enta, and every one miflVriiiK with pain
can have cheap and positive proof of Its claims.
Directions In EleTcn LaiiipiaKes.
BOLD BY ALL DROGOISTS AND DEALERS IN
A.VOGELER & CO.,
Saltimort, Md.. V. M. A
rpilE I'OWKHOK AKKKSTINO DISEASESJIh
1 nlnveil hy iIiih preparation in hoi oralily nc
kuowittdged by th mooirnl faculty in every sec
tion whuro It linn huon introduced; and the Iniyo
sale is its best Ki'anutue of the egtimulion In which
It is held hy the public. Kor tho effect produced by
FELLOW'S COMPOUND 8YRIT OF
the inventor will refer to the medical ueutlumcn
whone letters are attached hereto
(Extract fro-j a letter
I.vnn, Mhsh, March 1, 1H7'J.
Messrs. Fellows A Co., W, John, N . U-
(ienis: I havo prescribed your (Fellow' Hvpo
phosphitcs), in my practice, for somo hundreds of
patients, wlieie it use was indicated, with quite
satisfactory results, A. 1. Mi: KTIIUK, M. I).,
ft! 8outh Common si .
F.LBUIDGE SIMPSON, M.U., of Hudson, S, Y..
"I have used the Syrup of Hypophosphites made by
Mr. Follows In rases of Consumption and other
Lung itud Throat diseases, with the most
KDWIN CLAY. M I).. of Pupwasli, N.S.. writes:
"I know of no better medicine for oersons suffer.
Ing from exhaustion of the powers of the ilraia and
Nervous System, Irom uht continued sillily, ur the
COIlL'h following Tvnhnlrt Knvnr. Ac r. "
CllANDI.EK rnANE. ofHallfax. N. 8., write:
" I have used It freely in my practice, both In dis
ease of the Chest, is Consumption and Uronchltls,
Ac, and In infantile diseases of the prima via, or
Stomach and Bowels, with emlneiiisuccess."
For sale hy all druggists.
if. r. mjNTIVITOJf, CMrsKo.-" I havsnwslVMt tmxnnni
relief from useul IhoKi'rait." ( Inflammatory dlMMae.)
HJtmt, I. JAJtKH, SchMinctadj, N. V.-"A houwhold
neco.illyln my family.''
"'?.Tll.D'u'',','TnV' """'k'Tn. V. y - 'Pnivlnir
llsxlf tu Dt a neciiHlly In my horns.1'
f'tiitlnn.-PONn'R EXTRACT ia sold only in
bottles with the name blown In tho glass
a- It is nnsafn to use other article with our
directions. Insist on bavinff KIND'S EXTRACT.
KefUHo all Imitations aud substitute,.
I'llociis, 50o., Sl.OO, 1.75
at all roapactshla DruKliU.
Prepared by POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
11 West Kou 'ouulb Struut, Now York.
Whoso complexion betrays
some humiliating iraperfec
tlon, Vthose mirror tells yon
that yon are Tanned, Sallow
and disfigured In countenance
or have Eruptions, ttcdne&s,
Bonghness or unwholesome
tints of complexion, we say
use Hagan's Magnolia Balm.
It is a delicate, harmless and
delightful article, producing
the most natural and entranc
ing tints, the artificiality of
which no obserrcr can detect,
and which soon becomes per
tnanent if the Magnolia fiajm
Is Judiciously used.
.aWTi . t- m a w BfKraiaafc
!A valnabla Slacovery and New Departure In Md
eal Heinnee, an aatlrely N a wand poai tl v.1 jr etfnetlT.
Uimedy for tha spnedy and paruianuot Our. ot &emi
11U iinilaalon. and Impoumcy by tht only true
way, vizi Direct Application toth. principal Km
Dt th. DlwNUi,atitliij by Absorption, and ainrtlna
Itaspeclrlo InlluHnutton the Beinlnal veiileiea, KJao
ulutory DuoU, Prcetnte Oluint. aod Urethra. The
ow ol tha Kemndy la attendnd with no pain or Inoon
vuolsnoo, and dmm not InUtrfen, llh the ordinary
pur.nU. of Ufa; It I. quickly (IIskiIvmI and won al
orlid, liroduulajran lmiuilU)iuothliutDii rwUnw
aitn, .IfiHit uiMia tti. Miiual and narvou. orffanlsa
tlons wrwnkad from Kall-aLiine anil ieasna, sUipplon
th. drain from tb. systniu, ntstorlnff til. ml rid to
bnalth and Bound memory, ranunloii th. DliiineB.
of SlKht, Rurvoua DobUity, Oon fusion of Idwus,
A vvraloo to Borloty, etc., etc., and tha apimaranos
nf premature old aire usually aecnmn&iiiilMji tlila
tmulU),aad rwstnrlnR perfaot Sex Jal vlaor. wh.r.
it baa buaa dormant (or yuars. This mixta of traat
mant ha. .tood tb. tast In varr saver casaa, and ui
DnwapmnonDOMlsaocasa, Drug, am too much pm.
crlhml IntbaM, trnul)lH,and,aa many ran baarwlt
Da to, with but Utile l( any iwtrmanaalrood. Thara
U no Nouaosa about this l'mparatlon. ra.tleal oh
IHtrvatlon anahla. ns to nmillvaly gunrantea that It
will glvaeatUtrnctlon. UurinK Ilia elht yaara that
It has bsan In aauaral nn, w have thniisandi. of tatl
monlals as to lis valun, and It Is now oontwdail hy tha
Mail lull Prn'iwslon to ui the moat rathmal maana tat
dlsoovared ol r 'hlnjt and curing tins vary pravalaut
trouble, that la wall known to ha tha causa ol ndtoli
miliary to w many. and upon whom quitck. pry with
thalr usalaas nostrum, and big foe. Th Itamady
Is nntuplnnnat bnes, ol thmn sites. No. l,lanoun
to lasta month,) 3 No. II, iBiifflclant to affect apar-
nmaanb vura, llllinnn iu w.?wni wwis,f w.
Haul Inn over thraa months, will tm emlsalon. and
rasUira vlor In th. womt raaas,)
Kant hy mail.
lad. In nlaim wrnnnanu Full DIRECTIONS fur
..inc. ulfl .pMnntinntf 1CACIIT ROV.
hrnti far Henleit Itrniiitlirei flSMfA-
letmglrtup Aualomiml I IKimtrutiona V
mrvralinisuy, trhfh wilt nwH.ni ft
Ihr Mxtaf mkrnllml that IHrtl ran be
rrmtnrrit to prrtertittunhmnl.and II-
, r7 for Ihr thitlrn of lift'. a. if w
wrrr HHrrii-w, own. a... m v7
HARRIS REMEDY CO. MFU CHEMtSTS.
Market and 8th Sts. ST. LOUI8. Ma
617 SM'harlos rpo,S. Louis, Mo.
A iwtriUr ptrH(iiitvfl Mvltrjl V.lni, h-Ji hiwo
lofikW lwtl thHii iitijr cth'f 1'hyarrlnn in M IxitH,
city ,mf-ni h'lw.hud nil fl'l rHrtlintt Lnnw. 8ythilia.
Gonorrhoea. Olet, SUncture.Orchitui. HupturA,i,l(
Urinary Syphilitic or Merrurtal AfftM tion of
Throat. Rkiu or BonvnifMl Snf.-ly, IJtWHttlr.
BpftmirttorrheA.UfvxUail lability mut Iinpotimry
tharrriiUi)f Hlf Aiut-,fiHultri('MwHit,n mnttirMr
fwir,oroir hnitnwurk. prfHluctnKnrvMiant.Msni(n
Rt Hrnii'Dr dt)iU(, osmti nf Hthh(,)lt tn mia
orr, ,thr"i'l lMCiiy( vnnlou t- vWK'loly r'Miftition ol
flnM!t. Irti( tuiual pftwF,nti;ht lfMtw'1rMri'1rif,K n.ar
riHuniniprnpf,r.amjsrriii(ii(tiy ii.!. lVnij'jiitnn
Ht ottic or br mail if and tnitrwt J'mni'UiVt nn
Bfump. Mwjirmi iwnt jy inull or Ptprm 'tiru
mnrantorft. WhrdraW t! tt llnDkly atntfvd.
MARRIAGE I e?g?j
rfWle. I QUI DEI
fn)(wtti tihjrt! Who .iiiir Di-irrr, who not. why.
Mrinln-fi, WfirnHnhnnd. l'hyli l rtv y. Who hoM
miirry;howllfHn(i hp(lQHMi maytMiarmnftMd .ftiTnrtN
of cwlihfiry nnrl sr, nd many mom. Tho nmrritvi
or V)otnuUtin nirrUst h'uld rtuid tt thuo km- no-d'TlorkHn-l
liny. 28 Ct0. hy mnlt In monynrt"
tif. KntHtHh Qrn.on "Frtt:hrol nnfl mvkii.
iJWIMCVnfiiriiftn ot hlrwus Avti-ion to hmtwty
:ue ilHfnoryan'l Iijrira hitMihton hy Hlf-
ia A nvitnu'L-iafhkJ t.haa I nirrawl taar.ld I .itnat
livo iinmury aiu'j iinuniter iHMiKin ny rrn
, AoyiiriiKulHbHathAini.rtviifuta. ht. Louut
Inat'a.ftHil Ht fwrlfm,St. foii, Mn,
703Clinut 8t, St. Louis, Mo. nt old officA,
onntlnuiwlocuro 6rrn)nLorrbta, Huntmal Wa
not a, Iinpottiricy.titl forminf Byrihllui.GuoorTbcea,
Gleet, XIrinary or Binder r'Mefiwn, Itrwunt ti
oumd In u fowduyt, AUthit diiwriMfHi ntnnlUnic from
lf ihniM,6irmo?rip(-timrtirt1 for lifH lib ufa
nuylU in. Adtca fv I'lmr low, Cnil or writ
In strict rnfi1finre. B'Trvom Bok for twowtnmp
OR. BUTTS' WESB
Traat ah Chronic Dlaeanea, and ninra a nation
al rnputntlnn thninith tha ouhnttof nrimiUrntrj cmm.
aotlunt of Urn blood, sktn or boooa, tra.D.1 with wuo'
oww, wlthoat oslnv Hareury or oIikdotis Mariltiloaa.
YCXUNO MEN wbo "m sultarlnirfrom fbaaflact.
mmmmmmmaummm of a duwam that unlit. IU ric
tiro. fir hii.lnMa nr marrlHa, lammnantly imrad.
PATIENTS TR EATED "l1 i '-.
psrftuiul cootuiuttuH u fxtUtrtii, woicn u FRJSI ami in it
d. Lut of qucilirms a Im iinwerrd br (udtLU daairiaf Utl
Itiaint SDutwd fr K iny titdrrM am tnjlieilt-.o.
iPmuM Mfurlnn fr Rsiptirt tinMril mm4 tMra44rs,V
ant Irara Martkiaat to iWtr diiataif. U Ii ( lnn,
Con m uusc it ions (rictlv toiti1rnflil, snd should br ad4rrM4
IIB. Bt'TTSi IU North Nth M., Mf. UhU. Mo.
No line uholK lliiii oillilil.v rcciitiir in the bow
ic is half n iiahlc to disoasx as ho that is irregu
lar lie may hit N'lackcd by contagion d soasc,
and so may IIih Irrou'ulsr. bnt he is nut as nearly
a suhjccl to outside influence. The use of
Tarrant's Seltzer Aperient
seevrcs rcu'itanly, and sonscqncnt linmnnlty from
K01.MI1V A I.I. DliniULSTS.
ST. LOUIS LAW SCHOOL.
1.hw Iii'imrtiiii'iil, WuMliincton I'lilvrrslly.
U'lrionlilh Anlillul Torin f,nrn. il.f..l,... . ul
Course of bluily roniprlsi's two Annual Terms,
sevDii mmitlis carli. Iiipoliua Hilniil to bar In
State and I S. ( ourls in Missouri. MiMciila ad
mittcd to senior clas on examination. Term fee,
$HI, Incliidltiii use of I -aw Library. Addri'ss (until
kl.. ...I ... I. ...... f.....u ..I-...- -.1- ... 1,
r.-.i.. lai, hi. inn. . 'iv. man, nil. fw.nl. HI ill.
I Jill ill U' I. llIMllV:i II It lla.n I aui
Faculty, or HKNUY lilTt:lltO( K, St.' Louis.
ViIllny Mmi I-oarn TnliTraphyl Karn $1(1
J MIII!I iHt II I,, fuiNi a mniilh. Graduate
Kiinraiitc.dd pnvitii: (ifllica. Addros Valcutlno
lircs., JaiicHvlllo, VI.
I A HTMl I t1rrr"r adwrtlsnr. Hl pages,
I AMI IllilYlittcrnt. 0. P.K0WBI.L4
A COUKOK AND (iliAMMAlt SCHOOL.
The Best School for Boys.
For terms, address Dlt. STEVENS l'AKKEK,
Warden of itiir.inu Colleen, Kucliiu, WIb,
I atil.. bolibydlrl'i""P
A', rarmers. women, uusinujs "h '
t&c, who are tired out by work or worry,, and U
Larc miicrjuio i" " ""! i unutan
na, or bowel, Mdney or Liver yompiiuiiw, ,
be I nvigoratfd nd cured by mtr
V II Pyou Jk 'wasting awy with Wffi.fipA
-OingerTonic the greatest inooo 'r"""";a- 1
-Bert Health AStreaath IU.torr
tand .uoerio, to tWM
XXAZZl BALSAM KS
THE MILD P0V7EB fl
Humphreys' Homeopatliio Bpecifics
Proved from ampin axptirlpnc an entire
success. Mlmple. Prompt, Klllrient, and
Helinble, Ihey urn tha only niedlulnu
adaplaii to popular uiw.
list raiMnii'Ai. so. ciriiK. rntcE
I. iVvers. I'omieiilloii, Inllnmmatl.Mis. .2D
t Worms, Worm fever. Worm (illc. .Hi
8. 1'rvlim i'ollc, or TeelhloKof Infants, '
Iliarrliea of t hlldreu or Adulls. .
6. Ily.elllery. Crtplnu. Illlloiia (Jollo, :Z
6. liiolrra lorbu., vomltliiii, . .
t f 'ouaiis, fold, Unini liltls, ,Hn I
8. Kauraliiia, 'ioolhnehe, Kae.a-h., .
. Headsi hes, Mek Headachas Vertigo,
10. Ily.ornala, Ulllou. Momaeh, ,2f, I
1L Miiiiiiranaed ur I'.lllllil Period.. .i
11 W'liilr. too profiiMa KerliKln. - .
I Ooiiii.CoiiKh. Htnieult Kcaihlng. . .
M. KU nheuiil. :rvlpel., Kruptloiis, M
15 ltllan.iiallM.il khl'tll .JltlC I ullla. . .A
16. Ketrrand Asue. i.lll. tever, An lie., U) I
n. rim. hum j or lileedliiK,
1. t'ulnrrli, acute or chronic; Inflili-iica, tt)
Ju Whooiilnii t 'oimli, vim, in i iiuhs, M
:)l. (ieiicral Debllliv, I'hys'l tt eiikiicsii, .
.'T. hlilney lllaease' - .'
M. Sertoli. Ilelilllty. Spnrin.'itiirrliea, M"
II. I rinnrv enkneaa. U'HtllUKtlie lU'd.W)
Si. Illaeuse of I he tiearl, l'nliUallnii, 1 '
Kor sale liy ilniKKlslH.or sent l.y lliu fane,
orsliiKle Mill, free of ehnre. nn n-eelpl of
nriiw. wiiu nr vr. iiiinpiirev. llHik on
lllseasp, Ac, (144 pu;e, ul.,, ulrulcd
t'.lnlotiue, I- II Kl,.
Aiirena, lloniiilirey.' Iloiiieonallilc
Med. Co., 10U i-ultou alt.. JVow lork.
lilves I liifunt relief and I. anlnf.lhble
CURE FOR ALL KINDS OF PILES,
Fold hy nrnKiii'tseverywhere. IVIi e, J1 Jti per bo
pri'yi'M'fhyin.il. hanipb-a eut ft re to I'hyslrlnn.
and ill sufferer., by I'. Neilslaedler Co. IloxM.
isuw iorkCHv. faolcnniuuiuottircrsbf "AnaiMti.
' nettertlr pure. Piononnr, .! ihe be.l hy lb hich.
p. I ine.lifv.l aiilliiHilian iu the i.rl,l (iiwi l):nmt
w.rit at I'-l i.rl.l . V jHi-it'...... .i, 1 .1 l'ri I-Th,
b .elej L-iu-.j.k. W a HCUlLi rtlN 4 tl . V.
I II l! 'rV lnn Hsrtont Kd'cedJ
1 II II pbl DS.KUNE B GREAT
I B u V Nerve iitsTQREff
jroralHa.t Naaa mmuu, tfJyiur
." iin; fur "iU, i'ptlffv ami .Vrre Ajf";tri.
I lnrai.il. Li if Uk.n a. dim-led. h Au dJ'i'T
jmtday'tiue. Tmttwi ami Vl trial hattlefrvtt
J ritiiturfiU.tliey wyitieinaKa, Send naiua,
I P. O. and enire. .,!re., to lia. Kl. INK. V.I
ArcbSl. rbiuweipbia,!'. ixt urutdirli Urum UX
MUSTACRt K0 "H!5Itfl$.
IV k. a Uw4 k,.irali.tB. Jt. t
taat aJ m kr. ta. F-r m or- Hmu,.
, I Mk.da1 a f.v .uu
tk4r MtrMtatAtawa,!.! tt I , h
:f. iif tfiomL aaM-a W.
1 lm tAtmwatW. xtUiatl
A ItliAJ-iONH "VIIY TIIK
,1 CELLULOID Eye Glasses
AUK XIIK 1IKST.
Because the- are tho UGCTEST, IUNDSOMEST,
AND STEON'GEST known. Bold by OjAJcianB and
Jewelera. Made by SPENCER OPTICAL CO., N.Y.
W TPlii-An ,ntrl,tKmt youne man In
.111 1 ii It . every country town, to take a
permanent local aiiency for the sale of otir teas,
coffees, etc., In psckages, to onsutners. Tim agen
cy requires no peddlunr and but a moderate aitiojnt
of .oliritliiK. and If prop"r!y matiated will pay
Irom '4)0 to $1.(MI per war. Particular free.
Pbuplb Tka CO.. P. O. lkii Jo. St. I.ouls. Mo.
AI mtuui APUICII AID KiliaClllT.
This well-known praparatlnn is hiirhlr recntnmendsd
Dy.rwp.la, llwtiarbes Mtravaraa or tha
Nutaaawb, uil all complaint, .n. ni from Arid IIt,
Bllloaaawa, and Malarial Fevera. It ili
In. blonl .nd reulalea tn. b.,w... it u a fm.ni.
BiediciD. for children. Prepared by A. KrHiKUd
Vt.NH, Ch.uiists, Sl BlMck.r Mroel, Saw Tork.
aperior to Via. ral Water, Ssldlita Pow4(rs,ea
QH BALK BY AU UULtMilaTe.
NEW ADVEBTlStM K.NTS.
D V A riVll V'S 1'AN8, 17 Slop 5 Set i ?
IirA 111 H'ddon ToiiRiie Heeds, only !,' ,
1 HJIX XXX Aridr.'.. Daniel F. Beslty. U
: : I.
PlAVfWA' "Ol.n ON INM'ALt.MKNTS V
A J Ail0 aHn,t sliiiiiiMllo all part of the
A TJlfcotinlrv. i'KTtKS LOW itnil
iij..i(.rl(IH 0( pHvinctit env. Send
iorcHlaloU'tw. HOP.ACK WATHtS t I'll.
Mauufiiclurcr snil dealer. llioadway, N. Y.
10 ID MEDAl AWARDED
th. A nthnr A new and irraiu. Mod.
loal Wark.warranU.1 tha lt and
cheapest. mdiria.nuUila to evary
nian,muUed "tha Hcisncaof jf.
cir,fSalf-Praannraiinfi ; bound in
rlnaat Krench mualin, arulaaaad
M4 .nirravin, I'JA piwacriik
tains, nnc. only SI sent bf
mail; illustrated sample, (leant.;
rWflTO TOVQri P e.l Inslitnlor IT. W. II I'AK.
.anil now, Andreas f esliony maii-
i in.iilnlenr it. . u ran.
KK, No I MuliincB st iiosloa
Have you over KNOWN
A nv tin mi m in lm aerhmalv 111 without a weak
slomacli or Inactive liver or kliliieysr Ano whea
. . ....... ..... U. ........ 1, 1 1.. n ,l,i villi UOt I 11(1
,iii-nv . i.niirui, iu liiv.1 wuuii,",1 J ' . ,
thnlr possessor eiijoylni! good health T larker!
Ulnijer Tonic alwav. regulate tni se imiirii
nans, and never fal l to make the blond rich ami i
Jnii. , OIMI m air.iiuiiiiiu .... - - - ..wi
t ha cured hundred of despairing Invalids. Askj
....... i ... .......... i ii.pt hi i . avaieoi.i
your druggist about it.
A. CURE Q U ARAN I TEE U, ti.
f.".";.l. f i U,, :( . !-,! wwd.rMaHHlk.lss,
l-n l.oo, Hskt-'',, m 8L( , Vi)rk(
. ' a. a . 1 1 nt mm
si am ii
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