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. VOLTAIC KIT CO., MAISHAU, MICH.
Mrs. nhtherskiti! lives on Fifth av
enue. Lust week Mr. Knnlito, t Har
vfinl student, paid her a visit. She told
him to nty a month. H! eonsenled.
Slic telegraphed to Viissar Cullee for
her daughter (iraee to eome down im
mediately. Miss (Intee came. Mrs. 15.
wanted Mr. Erudite to heeoine her son-in-law.
Mr. Erudite' was haslifnl, hut
thought he could. Mrs, H.. knowing
the worth of evidence should he ever
back out, and a lireach of promise en
sue, told the maid to keep a sharp evo
ou Mr. Erudite and Grace. The maid
Hillim; and eooinj noted livmaid.
Mrs. G. to maid: "What does Mr.
Erudite say to Miss Grace when they
meet in the morning?"
Maid to Mrs. B.: "He says, ma'am,
'have more tea.' I think the pooryounj
puntleman isn't right in his head, ma'
am. Ho says 'have more tea' so often
to Miss Grace. Here's a card, ma'am,
that he put under her door yesterday
morainjr. but he spells so odd. He has
no a in his tea."
"(Jive me that card. Dear me. what
does it mean? 'Amo IV, rrwo iV.' Surely,
that's Greek. Happy thought. I'll ask
Prof. Buchsmeller what it means when
he comes to give Grace her Latin les
Mr. Buchsmeller is a graduate of
Heidelberg. Is dead iu love with Mrs.
Blatherskite. Never told her so, Never
told her husband so.
Mr. Buchsmeller rings. Mrs. Betakes
him into the back parlor and hands him
the card with amolc ou it.
Mr Buchsmeller throws his anus
around the neck of Mrs. Blatherskite
and gives her 992 kisses. He exclaims:
"My cup of happiness is tilled. My
love, my duiTm, let us leave this very
day fly on the wings of love and leave
your pig and husband "
Mr. Blatherskite comes home early.
Meets Mr. Erudite in the dining-room.
Both walk up to the parlor. Both wit
ness the tableau. Mrs. Blatherskite
The gentleman from Heidelberg jumps
through the window minus hat, sans
Mrs Blatherskite is served with a
summons and complaint in divorce pro
Mr. Erudite goes back to Harvard a
Aiujlice, I love thee.
Siav York World.
A Great Majiv.tic Storm.
The next groat dUplay of smi-simN
ftccumpaniciflry auroras and inagnelic
dUturlmnee- if we except one or two
of minor importance, and a remarkable
one seen in Europe, which v ill lie de
scribed hereafter occurred in Novem i
her last, culminating on the 17th of,
that month in one of the greatest niar
netie storms on record, which crippled
the telegraphs almost all over Hit; civ
ilized world. In Europe liuu auroras
were observed on the lath, lllth, 11th,
lotli, IGth, 17th and l'Jth, aeeouipaiiii d
by more or less magnetic dUturliKiiec.
During that time tremendous sun
spot, exceetling in size, the largest of i tie
April spots, was advancing from the
edge of the disk to the center. In this
country the principal auroral displays
were on the nights of tho 17th and l'Jt h,
and the chief force of the magnetic
storm was felt on the 17th. Ou that
day a storm of rain ami snow prevailed
over most of the Union, and simullau
entity with this storm there raged a
hurricane of magnetic forces. Theef-
feels were similar to lho-e witn '-veil
during the April storm, but more in
tense. As in, April. !onii! wires were
worked without batteries, while others
could not be worked at all. Cable com
muiiication was interrupted. Some
startling phenomena occurred. Sparks
of lire leaped from the wires and in
struments. In the West, switch-boards
were burned and keys melted. Opera
tors received, severe shocks. Practical
telegraph men said thev hud never
known such a powerful disturbance of
the magnetic elements. In the evening,
when the sky cleared at Chicago, a most
nmgnilieent' Night was beheld in the
heavens. Tho brilliancy of the aurora
far exceeded that of the April display.
A singular feature of thu aurora,
which was also noticed in Europe, w as
a splendid luminous arch spanning the
sky from east to west, and passing
nearly through thu .enith. Auntluu
feature that added hrilliauc V totlin Knee.
; Jaclu was the variety of color visible.
! The prevailing tints were rose-color and
green, but pi some places stroainors and
patches of . violet, yellow and oraii"o
light were seen. On the night of the
l'Jth and morning of the '.'nth, the sky
: having cleared here, a splnnli.1 aurora
was seen In New York. The magnetic
disturbance also continued "licvcnl
Miigni'ite htonns ami
(larrM P. Scrvm,
WIT AND HUMOR.
Thero are few things in the world
lions rasping than a lilu of unpaid bills.
When a poor fellow begins going to
.he dogs, hu is quickly hounded down.
Mrs. Parlfiigton,. dear old' lady, says
hat there are very few people nowa
lays who sutler from "suggestion of the
An Iowa editor, being asked by a cor
espondent if hogs paid, has looked over
lis subscription list, nnd decided that
hey do not.
"I'm saddest when I sin"'," lamented
.he poet, but if hu could have sung for
jS.j.oiK) a night ho would doubtless have
jeen saddet when ho couldn't sing.
l'atli says music belongs to heaven,
jut tho Rochester 1'oxt-ExpnnH thinks
tfAM) a night a hades of a prico to pay
Aberdeen has granite enough to sup
ily every person iu Great Britain with
i tombstone, and is rather anxious to
Owen Brown?" asked a
of a gentleman ho met
'Yes, 1 am owin' Brown,
Tho insurance Mntlstioiaiu now nay
Hint men live two year lunger than they
did, thirty yearn no, and womeu turuu
j ear and four uiotuhs lougur
jut what business is it of yours if I
The fat Pittsburgher who sat down
ipon ami flattened out a lot of tin meas
lres at a grocery stoiv, the other even
ng, has gone, to Colorado to accept a
Dosition as n quartz-crusher.
A man in the central office of the tel
ephone company says that the noise
'.here is different "from a young lady at
i party, for one is a ball room belle and
.he other is a bell room bawl.
Jacob Schneider raff away with Hans
Brcitenbock's wife. Upou'being inter
dewed the husband said: "Dot is tho
!est vay not to speak a little about it.
But I pities Yaeob Schneider."
What decoration is that you are wear
ing?" said an Austrian Sergeant to a
new recruit. The man blushed deeply
nd responded: "It's a medal our cow
won at a cattle-show."
An Iowa woman, the other day, un
dertook to drive a tack, and not only
knocked her thumb as flat as a pancake,
but broke her seventy-dollar mirror be
The new license hill recently passed
by the Ohio State Legislature imposes
a tax of $300 upon spiritualistic me
diums. This is a unique way to strike
the happy medium.
"We know thee, gentle spring," sings
a poet. Indeed, but this poet would bo
9, good fellow to take along at a mas
iiicrade. He could penetrate most any
A belle, who six months ago was so
languid that she could scarcely snpMrt
herself at the altar, now throws a liat
iron fifty-six feet and hits her husband
When the minister announces, "The
collection will now be taken up," every
Irish Invincible iu the congregation
instinctively rises in his seat ami turns,
hat in hand, to his nearest neighbor.
When you sec a man walking along
the public thoroughfares, with bowed
head, apparently "buried Tn thought"
you can size him up as a humorist. Any
man who is always buried in thought
never has any grave feeling.
Summer boarders that have been as
signed to thu top floor of an old-fashioned
farm-house for a term of weeks
unite iu the opinion that such buildings
are erected on the principle of hide
"Oh, dear," exclaimed Edith to her
doll, ! do wish you would sit still. I
never saw such ati UHcasy thing in my
life. Why don't you act like, grown
people aiid be still and stupid for
Samuel Giimi was recently arraigned
in a local court for intoxication. When
hu shot his breath at the judge the lat
ter remarked that it was evidently a
muzzle-odor, but ho couldn't permit a
Hi,' stood before her holding both her
hands in his and he asked softly' "Why
am 1 like a railroad train?" "Becait-n
you never get anything to cat?" "N .
nv own, it is because I hold two
grists." "Was at the club last night; had a
Dang-up dinner," remarked Tom.
"Ah!" said Charley, "then I suppose
you have a line headache this morning.
headache generally follows a stuffed
dub you know."
"What a dirty coat that is," said Mrs.
Cleanly; "it looks as though all tho rag
pickers in town had had it on their
'jacks." "Then I suppose," suggested
Cleanly, "that you would call It a coat
jf many cullers,"
The average young man in New York
might as well emi-Tato. Judiro Aruoux
ias decided that ice cream saloons may
be kept open on Suuday. Evidently
:he Judge wants to discourage gallantry
in the metropolis. The Drummer.
Mr. Swineburiii! has written a poem
an the death of Kichard Wagner. Tho
amount of damages tho great compos
er's heirs will sue for is not stated: but
it is believed that it will bo less than
1, 00(1,000, anyhow.
At Sarah Bernhardt' tea the other
lay a certain Count appeared with one
arm iu a sling, having wounded himself
while out shooting. "Ueally?" quoth
the sympathetic Sarah, "so there was
no other game?"
Professor Swift oilers J0() to the dis
coverer of each comet during tho nrcs-
?nt. year. H etnay be nblu to avail our
'lf of this point some niirhl when nx-
euses for being out late run dry. Low-
Wasn't It rough on Clara, just as she
was telling Frederic at lunch how
athereal her appetite was, to have tho
ook iiawl out: "Sav will vr Iihva
yer biled pork, and beans now, or wait
till yer feller's gone?"
An editor wrote a headline. "A llm..
rible Blunder," to go over a mili-mi,!
iccldeiiti but though It was tho printer's
fault that It got over an iieemmi -
wedding, the editor was tho man thrash-
an an mo same.
When a cowboy goes Into u t1(,W(,,.,
per-ollice to demand natlstneii,... .i...
editor always explains that the assistant
who wrote that article "hu jBt Koue
nit to kill a man, but will bo back in u
few minutes." 'Vim cowboy never wait.
Aother survivor of Balaklava Is dead
In England. Thus they arc falling, the
hand of Time. By the end of this cen
tuary, probably, there will not bo moro
than nine hundred of them left,
It is said that Mllo. EtelkaBorry, who
will soon appear in this country as a
star, eats but one meal a day, walks ten
miles each day, wings, ludimi clubs,
toys with KX-pound dumb-hells and
boxos like a iirizc-lighter. We should
think that Mile. Jlorry might bo quite
capable of managing her manager.
A full set of Ivory poker cheeks wore
dug up from tho ruins of Pompoli tho
other day, but the eminent savants still
hesitate to pronounce upon thu high
stato of civilization attributed to these
people until they find the table with a
hole In the top.
A married man in Rochester, accord
ing to tho I'od of that city, took a young
lady to the theatre one night, and after
the first act excused himself for a mo
ment, as he wanted to go out and "seo
a mau." He didn't coino back. Instead
of seeing a man, he saw a woman. It
was his wife, waiting for him at the
A Westchester physician was called
in by a mother to see licr little son, who
was' suffering with a slight chill, the
doctor slated. The mother said she
was much relieved upon hearing the re
sult of the doctor's diagnosis, and said
sho had feared her boy hail the small
pox. Tho doctor thereupon inquired
whether the boy had been w here small
pox was, when came tho reply: "No, ho
hasn't been where small-pox was, but
he was playing with a boy who has a
cousin that had the small-pox." Tho
doctor asked if tho second Iwiy had
been with his cousin, when tho woman
replied he had never seen him, but she
thought the disease might be in the
family. llVW'Vii.vfiVr (I'u.) Record.
"Gath" as an Interviewer,
George Alfred Townsend, bettor
known to the newspaper-rea ding public ,
as "Gath," is a daily visitor to tho Fifth
Avenue Hotel. He is a capital inter
viewer, and has an astonishing memory.
He never uses a note book, and can in
terview a dozen men on as many differ
ent topics in a way that is most surpris
ing. He dictates to an amanuensis, and
does tho work of four ordinary men.
Ho lives on Twenty-third street in good
style, aud makes "f'.'O.OOO a year. Mr.
Townsend is tlignilied and unobtrusive.
He knows all the prominent men in the
country. He was the protege of tho
late Colonel Forney. He served as a
war correspondent, lias traveled a great
deal, and is a bright conversationalist.
Mo.ndatEvknino, Juke 18, 1883.
The weather is wnrm aud sultry with
prospects of rain within the next twenty
Tho uirirket is quiet, with but little moving.
The river is still rising at this point,
caused by recent heavy rains.
FLOUIt Quiet and ttesdy at quota-
HAY Little inquiry and only for the
CORN-Scarce with little deuand.
OATS Are in good supply.
MEAL Slow at quotations.
BRAN Very little on the nuiket.
BUITER Tho market is overstocked.
Thero is no sale for any kind.
EGGS -Etsy at 12 cents, with declin
CHICKENS- Demand light. Supply
FRUIT IUspberries are scarce and in
good demand at quotations.
POTATOES Old ones aro scarce. New
otat'X'g in good supply.
'liublu six. hundred,"
Salow and Quotations'.
NuTK. Tb prices acre fivuu am for aalei from
first hands In round lota. An advance ir
Chanced for broken totam nil1ntronlr.
m hlils various uradca 4 OXtt'l U"
lllil lihls Innry - n
:' Mils palunt -... e
4Mli!i!Cll"lcu - 5 75
rar hrinif Tlmolliv
Ucars cii'ilcti small dales
cars Kilt tt)(e
I J OM
cars wtiltii In Hue' a 55
cars mixed lu liulk. t
n cars in bulk 40
No, lied, wer liu 1 "
No. i Mudlifrani'Kii 1 ''
son lihlsCllv III lull U M&4 "
too bhl City J w
iMfl Diiiiuda Nor I horn 1.1
ni itiiti ii (I h clinics Norlliuru , ., 17&1S
t iilli pounds mixed 7
5 ilor.i'n lAVtfN
I. a I if'" Cliokc
I'm C 'atu 4 0aB Cl)
l'"lno unwashed lStfll
J.'1"!'' '"" laOitiX
" "U1 is
Uuar sides ,
Han i... , a mini.
HI. Johns , f 15
Ohio Klvor ' l i
hushul burlap 9
Peachos, halves and quarters
Choice navy ....
Choice medium ,
Choice, factory M 'fi
V . .t
Dry Kllut choice...
Shfep Pelt, dry ...
Sheep Pelts, icroen..
. 4 Sl& IS iK
4 7"( '
I 7 '(
7 V1 '(
8 cooes hiina H Wli:
in coops youru ciiiekuua "(
nctatealtl Ida W
irfl n atua is In quality U GIW.I 03
t'lio'reriiil t 00
1111 1 ! ttMt III 'M
Noilluru Heai b Blows pur push t W'-M 10
Hoiillierti Ills, Peach Hlowa pi'r bush WWH
Louisiana i w polaloes, per lib! It l 'ii
Mei' phis,. .
KATK8 OK KKUOIIT.
War helow Memphis,
May Klour Pi rk
Vcwt. Vbbl. Wbld.
15 tb .-5
ii74 tb S7X
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Bav Cn v, Mich., Fib. 3, 1880.
I think it my duty to tend you a recom
mend for the benefit of any person wit-hine
to know whether Hop Biitera are good or
not. I know tiny areood for general do
bility Hnd indijieation; atreniihtcu the ner
vous system and make new lilc. I reconi-
miDt my patients to um; iIh ui.
Ok. A. Pkattt
Advice to Motheis.
Are you rtisturU-d at niyht nnd broken
ol your rest by a sick child auffering sod
cry iug with pain of cutting teeth! II so,
stud at once anil get a buttle of Mrs. ma-
low s NKjtlnog hyrup for Children Itetli
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve the poor little surfertr immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
do mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
dianhiea, regulates (be stomach and bow
els, curea wind colic, softens the gums, ie
duces inllammation, and gives tone and
energy to the whole ayatem. Mrs. Wins-
ow a .Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and beit female
physiciuus and uuraes iu the United States,
and is for sale by all druggists throughout
the world. Price 2, cents a bottle.
To all who are suffering from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
net, early decay, lots of manhood, &c, I
w ill send a recipe that will ccreyou, ritKU
ok ciiAiioK. This great remedy waa
discovered y a minister in South America.
Send a scll-addreased euvelope to the Rev.
Joskpii T. Inman, Station I)., New York
Henry Gross, 728 V. 21st St., Chicago,
III., says: "Brou'a Iron Bitters restored
my Birength after I had suffered from scar
iSKK a woman in onotiier column near
Spier's Vineyards, picking grapea from
which Sp"er s Port Grape wine is made,
th nt is so highly esteemed by the medical
profusion, for the use of invalids, weakly
persons and the aied. Sold by druggists.
It is simply marvelous how quickly con-
stipution, biliousness, sick headache, fever
and sgue, and nmlaria, are cured by "Sel
ler's Liver Pills."
Disease, Propensity and Passion, brings
Mankind numberless ailu'tnta, foremost
among them are Nervousness, Nervous De-J
unity, ami unnatural wcuKness or Ulcera
tive (irgaiis; Allen's Braiu Food euccessful
lv overcomes these troubles and restores the
PufT'Tcr to his former vigor. 1. At Urug-
To Iho West.
There are a number ol routes leading to
the above-mentioned section, but the direct
nnd reliable route is via Saint Louii and
over the Miss mri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily aro run from the Grand Union
Depot, Sunt Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
woith, Atchison, St, Joseph nnd Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
ficeHl make are at t hi lied to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
tor Kansas. Colonul'i, uw Mexico and Oai
jf-r.iin fmif)ct with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express traiiiB for Kansas and Nebraska
At Onmhii, connection is made with tho
Oveiland train for California.
This line oilers to parties tnrouto to the
West and Northwest, not ouly laat time
und superior accomodation, Imt beauliliil
acenerv. as it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, pamphlets, &c, ol thu
line, which will be mailed iree.
C. B. KlNNAN. F. ClIANDLtll,
Ass't GeuT Pass. Agent. Gon'l Tasi Agent.
Woiik Given Out. On roceipt of . vour
' address wo will nuke an offer by wnicn
you can earn 1 f!I to $7 evenings, at your
Imiiiu. Men, Women, Boya or Girls can do
it. II. 0. Wilkinson & Co., VW uu ivi
Fulton Street, New York.
LLINOIS CENTUAL 11, Rj
Shortest and . Quickest Itoutrt
St. Louis and Gkieago.
The Onlv Jino ltunnim
9 DAILY TItAINS
Making Direct Connkotiun
E A STERN "hi N ES.
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3:00 p.m..Kawt J0xnrv.
P r8t. LUS anrf Chlriun .. o. . .. .
r - , vuuku , ,u a.m.
!:0O p m. Cinciurihtl
irrlvlDs at Clacii-iiatl 1-.m at TV) I rail la art 1 1 at .
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M.fc.Kfl.NCr t'AK Cairo to Cincinnati . i,h,:,
1 v as pmiil'II IU n I 1 fin ! atwl
Fast Time Ka-t.
PrtSLSPTt Cfiru h7 tbit line (roihroush to East
1r,1S P"1"" without any d.la'
i-"'-s.n "oui'ui auv uaiiv
. ..,..7" " w; jnuiinav
l"5fcyKfir Ihrniiah HrL-Alaa a..i4 r. .i ... (.. .
ipply at Illinois Central Kallroad Lipoi, Cairo.
n t.., ""'-""MiOitl Agent.
A. U. IIA80. Oon I'asa. Aifert. Ctilcaao
AKK1VAL AND DKPAM IRK OK
I. C. It. H.(il,MiiL't lix-k mail)
i p. m.
" (war roiiili
k IKdiiO.vt, Tilw
Iron Mounisln K. K
U'aliM.h H H .
Tciaa 4 Ht. l.ouis K."".
Bt. Louia AC Iro It h
Jlisa lir afriws VV l4 , hat.
' (1. l,rl. II A It,
P '. gen. di j. op d from
r.u. ooi act. o cp irorn... ..
Sundaja g.'r. i'el oi i n Irtm..
SundaM hox dil. oint. frr.m..
lr"NOTE. Cham.. isilt Ml.l. i...
tluia to tliuo tocly pst,rs ( liance vour cards ac
cording. 'M. M. VfKl'IJV, Y. M.
. fi a. m.
..'1: da m
..4 .10 p m.
. p ni.
..'.:' p. di.
,M p. in.
i. 7 p. m.
..5 p. m.
..'.' l. m.
,.7:30 am loT:S0 pm
..6 a. m. to D p. tu.
. fa. m. lo lut.m.
U a. tn to 10:. am
Mayor 1 bomas. W. Ila lir'av.
Treasorit-Ci a:I K. llis.
Clerk iHBins. J, hiii.T.
Couoselor--Wm. B. (ii!;trt.
Marshal L. II. Mf),.,s.
Mlornrjr William lUr.drlrki.
ana an or ai.btuiiiR
rirsi nara-wm.jiciian'. Harry alkt-r.
Serond Ward-Jvsse Ilmkiv. ('. N. Mhl'I.h.
Third Ward-B. F. lllakp, fg m !tuith.
fourth Ward Ctarlr O. Patter. Adoiuh Swo-
fifth Ward Cl at. I.arcasti r. Ht,ry S'ouf.
('irrnil Jiiilge I). I. rki r.
Circuit Clerk A. H. Irvin.
t'oucty J u (iff-J. II. I oliii.son.
( uiiiil) (Jl rs tv J. HiiDiiii
i onutjr Attornc)
t oniity Treasurer Wilt W, Parke
SljitllT John Ilodjrc.
Coroner K. FitEaurald
f'onntj Commlsnon-rr T. W. Ilalliday, J. II.
MulcahcT and Peter ,-eno
1,111 IK Hl .v
CiAlKO liAHTlST.-Corimr Tutiih aud rpi r
J streets; preaching Ct-tand thinl Sunda. lu
ai h month, II a. in. ard ,::) p. m.:praver ineit
uu Thursday, 7 :o p. u. ; Sunday rrhool. 9:.'iu am.
Ht-v. A. .1. II ESS Partur.
rUt'HCH OK TUK KKOKJtJ-.KK-(ltpliCfipal
I i f.,ii,i..nlli airppf: hfindnv ?-r!)a m.. Di.lv
Cob munlou 10:30 a. m.. Moii.ltd Piajers II a. in.
Sunday school 3 p. m., tieninif rrayers i : p.m
f. , Davenport, 9. T. II. Htin r.
tIKST MlSolONAKV HAPTIST CHl'hca.
1 Preaching at 10:Slia. a.., 3 p. in., and 7:f.0 p. m.
.laWiatb icliool at 7:H p. m Kev. T. J. 8horet,
I. OTBBKAS-Thlrtwuth street; serrliea hab-
bath l:3i a. in. ; SunJay school J p m. Hot.
MKTHODIHT-Cor. ElKlith atd Walnut streeta,
Pieachlui; Sablaib 11.10 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
i nday School at A:(M p m. Hev J. A. Searrett,
IH ESHYTKUIA N -Kttftilb stieet: t'ecn!flr on
Bahl'aih at II u..auti 7:'ip. m.; praver
n-etln.. Wedticailav al 7:M')p. m.; Mur.da) Hcbitol
it S p. ni. Kiv P. V. 'ieor.'e, irMmt.
1 . .lUSKI'11 S--ioman Catholic) Corner CroM
snl Walnut sireeis: "rvlcea 8-tMiaih 10:Sna.
c; tuiiilav r-ihiiol at ! p. in.; Vesriera .'tu. m.; ser
nces everi'ilii rat Sara. Hcv. U'Uara, l'rlest.
T. PATKICK'S ( Human Calbollc) Coruor Ninth
f'rnit sii.l Wnrtilrittiin avenue; sorvlrea 8ab
)ai 8 and M a. m. ; VesptrsS p. m.; Sntiday School
! . m. iervic.es every .'ay t K a m. Her. Maatoi eis
Akin I Aril VITAL ENERGY?
ma iittwiuu i uiiTiiniu niiirm
ami ourninnr risvirouai.
vnnlo anil Miunstlo Al'l ll-
lini'HS Hnu imrmsnis arna
I siireouisior Nervusl)lll
lly. parslynls, Hliriimntlsm
r iillepsy.KabiiustloD, Loss
of Vltiil Knarii, OvBrwork
il Bruin, Vt mik Uiirk, Kid-
nar, Mvnr, and ritomacn
' eiiiiiillnts, and araduiU
eUU tnilKliHicx. Thssa
vary latest Ira
.L..,..arl. Mml an.
X tlrnly dllTsrsnt
m f.nn, halt, nnd all
otbsrs, na Olay
wins, caasina no
sortie, nor Irrtta-
linn riflha akin
ciio be worn at
work as well ai
rest only nntloa
able to wearer,
nt stii.es nf all
nHln t . ...-...
Is of benaSt Tboa ror Duaa una, a at once reacn
tha Mat ol dtaeium, aa they act direct upon Nervoua,
Muscular, eort (leiiaratlr Centers. aieedlly reatorlng
the vltalltr-whieh la Kkwtrlrlty drained from thaaya
Una hy seeaa or Indiscretions, they thus In a natural
war overcome the weakneaa without druuMlni the atom
ecu. Thsy will cure every oeae ahort nf struct unil de
aeaeratlun, and we ara prepared to lurnlrh tha moat
emphatic had absolute proof to support our claims,
111 1. 1.. VM. nrUHlu.lwl fn.IL. ma......
OoiiulttUoi . I AMIRIOAN OALVANIO OO.'
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