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AI' commnntcatlona ebotild be addrecicd to
K. A. HUKNS1T,
PnbliKber and Proorlelnr.
A Woman' Wisli.
Would I wore lyinir In a Arid of ciovcr,
Of clt'vcr cool and colt, nnd koI t Hint ewoet,
With iliiaky t.outla in deep ekiea buntfiiiK
cvit, , M
And f cfntcd ellonco t my bend nnd feet,
Jtiat for mo hour to slip tho leiieli of Worry,
JiirHKT biieto, Horn Ttitiuulil'a linputlmit
nd WHlfh Hp courlti(r. In ltn bncdlcaa hurry
l.sdulnlii(r WUUom'a cull or Duty's bt-ckl
Ah I It wrr sweet, w licro c over clumps are
And diiiKii-a h iltntr, so to bido and rest:
No sound mcpi my own limrt'a sturdy beat
Hockinn lift'If to ilcep within my trcast-
JuM to He tbiTP, fllod with the deeper
breRthlnir , .,
CbHt comes of listening to a wild bird s
sonul . .
Our Foul n quires nt times this full unsheath
ing All swords will ruet If scabbnrd-kept too
And I nra tired so tired of rlirld duty,
Ho tired of all my tired hnmln tlnd to dol
I yearn, I fulnt, for some of life's free beau
ty, Its loose bonds with no struight siring run
ning through I
Ay, Intigh, if laugh you will, at my crude
Ilul women sometimes die of such n (treed,
Die for the sinull Joys held beyond their
And the uhsnrnneetbey have all they nccdl
THE BIRTHDAY P11ES12NT.
Lois stitched away niplit nnd day at
red shirts, and llu'o-aml-white shirts,
and prey. Thev were the spells and
talismans that Ycit her all the bright
hours of the brightest days, as well as
all tho dark hours of the darkest ones,
in the corner of the window of her
dingy little room.
Jt 'was not a dirty room; she kept it
clean, but a mean yellow paper, and
innau yellow doors, and a blackened
ceiling, nnd second-hand furniture,
will look dingy; and tasteful rooms,
with Mowers and birds, and pretty bits
of lace curtains, and all that, cannot
be kept up by tin honest young woman
who lives by making Mannel-shirts, and
has a little sister to care for also.
To be sure, Trot was the joy of Lois's
life the one thing she had left to
Onee they had been so happy. Their
father, a merry black-eyed sea-captain,
had kept a home for them in a sweet
country place. Their mother, bright
rhceked and curly-haired, had been
like an elder sister 'to hois. Oh, what
merry times they had had!
lint the dear father's ship went
down one dreadful night, and w hen tho
news came his wife only lived long
enough to kiss the. little den'd baby they
put into her anus, nr.d Lois at eight
een and Trot at eight, were left alone,
in the world.
Tho house wn sold. The orphans
were not too well dealt with. There
were debts to be paid; and though one
or two kind captains made up a purse
for the little girls, they had families
themselves, were not rich, and were
men who were always on the wing.
Still there wits enough to live on for
a year, and Jack bade Lois be of good
Jack was engaged to Luis, This
voyage ended, ho would be lir-t-inate,
and then, if slio would marry him,
tliero would always lie a home for
Trot. Lois would have married Jack
if he had hail no chance of uroniotion.
and terrible as was her grief, his love
kept her heart from breaking.
Imt the clouds were gathering dark
er and darker about her young life.
Jack sailed away one day, kissing her
before he went with longing kisses,
nnd bidding her think only of his re
And, alas! that happened which hap
pens now ami then on Hie great ocean
the vessel was not heard of again. It
was never spoken; it did not arrive in
port; no vestige of its existence was
ever washed ashore where men who
understood such tilings could timl it.
No figure-head, no steamer marked
with a name, no bottle in which some
bit of hurried writing told its fate,
After a while old sailors knew noth
ing ever would be heard of the ship,
nnd they told Lois, whose heart still
L'liing to hope.
And now three years were gone, nnd
Lois stitched at 'the Manuel shirts in
her city room, and Trot grew up thin
mid quiet and eager eyed, wondering at
fate, and always looking back on mer
ry Christmas dity and midsummer
holidays, and papa's home-comings,
ind the curly-haired mother who
laughed so much, niul Lois, with
dimples in her cheeks, walking with
Jack in the moonlight, and at herself,
4 rosy child, with sore of dolls and
"ugar-plums aud pretty pink and blue
dresses, and kisses innumerable, und
she the pet of the household, us
though she were someone else.
Yet Lois loved her, and she always
found herself in her lU'ins when -lie
u woke in the morning. Oidy Lois wuh
tad and poor, and there seemed noth
ing bright in life.
On her ela-venth birthday, to be sure,
hc had n surprise, ti beautiful book,
with gilt covers and gav pictures. She
'lid not guess how much night-work
Lois had done to earn it, ami how she
was hard at work thinking, thinking,
thinking what she should do that she
might give, Lois a present on her birth
day. Lois would be twenty-one on t lie
third of May.
To do this, Trot knew she must earn
omo money. Slio could not sew well
I'liough, and though she was indus
trious and did all the housework, and
bought the provisions nnd cooked
hem, and helped carry homo the
bundles, that made no money.
When Trot went to the linker's for
bread, or to the butcher's for, say, a
neck of mutton or some sausages, or to
the cheap store where eoll'ee was cheap,
'r than It was anvwhere else, she
thought of this constantly.
( Mie asked the prices of pretty things
Ui. tho ahopsi if Hollar and cuffs, of
bcektltw, of books, of Jewelry of tho
iheaper ort found in trimming storos.
This seemed very dear to Trot, but
ino who only hoped might as well hope
for pounds us for pence.
And sometimes, Trot lying alono In
bed before Lois Mulshed lier work and
tamo also to rest her pretty weary head
un the coarse pillow-case, would wish
that there were fairies like the fairies
in hr book, who came at night to put
shillings into good children's shoes.
At last, tho very day before Lois's
birthday, it seemed to Trot that this
Trot had a hole in her shoo, right in
the solo, closo to the edgo where it was
fastened to tho upper. It let in tho
water in rainy weather.
It was a trap for pebbles and splin
ters, so that Trot was often compelled
to hop on ono foot to a doorstep and
tako the intruder out.
And ono day, when she had been buy
ing a penny mince-pie, not for dessert
but for dinner, something slipped in
that hurt her a good deal, and that
seemed to her like a button. "But if
it is a button," thought Trot, "I'll
keep it. Buttons nro useful."
Slic set her little basket down, and
held on by the area-railing, and ran
her linger into the shoe, and into her
palm dropped a Binall shining silver
thing a sixpence, really a six-penny
piece. Now, sixpence is not a large
sum; but when attained miraculously,
at the moment when ono had ceased to
hope for anything, it might seem so at
Some vague ideas that fairies really
were around, actually thrilled the
Then tho substantial fact fixed itself
iu her mind.
A present of some sort Lois should
have. She co ild give it to her.
Trot had the treasure in the corner
of her pocket-handkerchief, took homo
the pie, and kept her secret as she ate
the pie with her coM'co.
Then, when all was tidy, away sho
went, stealing out of the house with
great importance, and staring at the
shops and pricing things, and finding
nothing (for six, euce) that was worth
At last, in a small shop-window, sho
saw some little pin-cushions two
scallop-shells set over a bit of colored
satin, with a loop of ribbon to fasten to
one's belt, or a nail.
They might do, she thought.
Ala.s! they Were cightt njienco
But the half-grown girl behind the
counter was good-natured.
"Look here," lie whispered to Trot,
"I know how hard it is to get things
when you're young and ain't earning
ret. She charges eighteenpenco for
.hese, but she buys 'em of an old sail-3-r,
who makes them himself for six
pence. Yju go down this street, along
:he wharf to a little yellow house.
There's toy-boats in the' window, anil
parrots, ami bananas, aud he's an old
man with a woyden-leg; and jest ask
aim. He'll sell you one, I am s'ire."
"It's very nice of you to tell me,"
said Trot, and. with a grateful look,
die sped away; and though Lois would
have expected to see her killed out
right, did get safely through tho
crowds of drays and ferriages nt tho
waterside, to 'th vellow house where
the old man with his wooden leg kept
his queer shop, and as the sign over
llie door declared, "Boarders," also.
Lame sailors smoked on the steps.
)ne whittled at the end of the work
s Trot stood modestly waiting, a
all man, with a long beard, who looked
hin and ill, and very sad, hurried past
tier, and went up stairs. It was then
that the old man asked her what she
"One of them cushings?" he repeat
?d. "Well, my dear, ve. By the
Jo.en is my rule, but I breaks rules for
pretty little lassies like you. Will you
nave a blue, a pink, or a valler silkr
Make up your mind and Til pitch down
what you choose. My darter fixes the
silk, I gums the shells on and polishes
em, and so they re finished. Sho s at
work up stairs now. So which?"
"Who, please, said I rot; and away
stump 'd the old man. When ho camo
town he showed her the cushion, took
the silver and went to hunt up n bit of
paper to wrap it in; and tho whittling
sailor spoke to him.
"J hat poor chap looked blue, ho
Ho is blue," said the sailor. "All
that's come and gone is nothing to
this," ho said. "Ho hoped ngin hopo
until now. But, vou see, he's looked
for his gal a month now, and can't find
her; and he says either she'? dead or
married, and he's talking of putting a
pistol to his head. I never see a chap
so mortal down in the mouth afore."
"folks has lived through it and mar
ried other gals," said the sailor, whit
tling hard ami turning very red.
"Yes," said the old man, "but don't
you see, he s had three vears on a
desert island, and seen two men along
of him die, ono arter tho other, und
was at starvation's door when Captain
Briggs( picked him up, that weak ho
couldn't stand. And now this worry.
Sartinty can be borne better than on
sartinty, be it ever so woeful. Here,
But Trot, with eyes nnd mouth wido
open, did not even sen the litllo pack
age ho held out to her.
A memory of a nose and of hair liko
I hose of the tall man she had suen,
burst upon her.
Jack had no beard, but oh but oh
she was strong in childish hope, nnd
that childish expectation of line end
ings to real life-stories which wo lose
In after life.
Lois would have sighed and gone
away, but Trot clutched tho old inun's
jacket with her thin little hands.
"Oh, please, sir," sho said, "oh, I
believe it's Jack. I always knew ho
wasn't drowned. Oh, ' please, tell
him that if he's Jack, Tin Trot, and
Lois Is my sister. Oh, t,. him! I
think it's Jack, and that it is Lois he Is
looking for. We're Captain Lee's
daughters- tell him - tell hind"
"liood Lord!" shouted the whittling
sailor, dropping his knife. "It's like a
play. The fellow Is looking for Cap
jion Lee's darter."
I'p he went, live stairs at a lime.
Howu he came with the man with the
"Where is sheP Where Is she!'" ho
gasped. "Tnls -I Ids isn't Trot?"
, "This isu't Jack. Oh, dear, deurl"
"Only your noso that
is Lois?" was all ho
And the whittling sailor wiped his
eyes with a big red handkerchief, mid
tiie old man yelled "Hurrah!"
Then he crammed tho pretty cushion
into the child's pocket, und sho went
nway with her hand in tho thin brown
hand of Jack Darrow, nnd told him all
as they hastened along.
"(Jo up nnd prepare her, Trot," said
Jack. "This is sudden. It might hurt
So Trot climbed the stairs, thinking
what sho might say, and sho camo
whero Lois sat at work nnd said:
"Lois, I wanted to give you a birth
day present, and tho fairies put six
pence into the holo in my shoe, and I
went to buy a pin-cushion; but I've got
a bigger present than that. Guess
what it isP It's it's Jack "
"Tho child is delirious!" shrieked
Lois. "Oh, Trot, Trot my little Trot!"
"Oh, Lois!" said Trot; "I'm only
Froparing you. Jack has comeback.
Ie's down stairs."
But Jack was up stairs by that time,
and, for my part, I think that joy, how
ever sudden, seldom kills.
"Oh, what a wonderful birthday
present you brought me!" cooed Lois,
embracing her sister next morning.
"Oh, mv pet, we shall all be so happy
Aud so they were.
Within a few years several projects
have been started for the erection of a
;rematory in Chicago or its immediate
neighborhood. While nearly all think
ing people were ready to admit its util
ity and desirability, tliere seemed to be
l hesitation in furnishing the necessary
financial backing. But at last it seems
to be taking form and shape.
A reporter called on a member of the
organization and was put in possession
5-f all needful information.
"What is the general scope of the
"The crematory will have three re
ports on a new principle, one for men,
jne for women, one for children. 'The
building is to be built for the ue of re
spectable people exclusively, and by
:hat I mean no malefactors, thieves or
jther criminals will be cremated there
for scientilic or experimental purpose.
vVe aim to get the confidence of the
public. The retorts will be heated on
i new principles by gas jets acting on
:he outer walls of retorts built of the
finest tire-clay, and the retorts will be
manufactured in Chicago."
"What will be the natural arrange
ments?" "'There will be a parlor for the use of
the relatives and friends of the dooea
;d, a handsomely furni.hed ollice for
'he use of the Superintendent, and a
death-test room supplied with all mod
?rn scientific appliances for resuscita
tion purposes, includ.ng the electric
"After you are satisfied a body is
lead, then what?"
"It will be swathed in a linen cloth
saturated in a solution of alum and
placed upon a small iron-framed bier,
having little wheels that fit a railway
-arrying it into the retort. But the
body will not be put in until the retort
has been heated to 2,mh) degrees Fah
renheit a white heat. The retort be
ing then opened to receive the body, by
the rece tion of the cool air, taktis'ou a
rosy tingo. 'The body then receives a
hot air bath for about an hour or an
hour and a half, according to the size.
Tho body retains its shape until the
3old air strikes it, when it crumbles in
to grayish ashes, bones nnd all. It is
merely a doing away with all tho hy
drogen, oxygen, and nitrogen, leaving
oothing but carbon, or the lime and
arthy matter, about 4 per cent.
"How much will this structure
"About $25,000. It will be of stone
and brick and of the best aud hand
somest style of architecture. We are
endeavoring to buy a location south of
Jackson Turk, but want it convenient
to some railroad. It would be satisfac
tory to have it on the lake shore. W'o
have had offers of land but thev are
all too far away. We want one or two
ftcn, and then wo will have tho
grounds one mass of Mowers. None of
tho habiliments of woo will be allowed
about the place."
"Is there much of n feeling favorablo
"Wonderful, sir, wonderful. Sever
al prominent clergymen are creination
ists, und I wouldn't like to state for
publication what 1 heard them say. A
leading clergyman, high iu tho honors
of tho church, told me yesterday that
every believer in the Bible must" bo a
Neuralgia and Headache.
Nothing Is so terrible as sevcro neu
ralgia, and beyond a doubt tho girls
acquire it often enough by tho condi
tions of school life. Headaches in a
girl usually mean exhausted nervo
power through overwork, over-excite
luont, over-anxiety or bad air. Kest, a
good laugh or a country walk will
usually euro it readily enough, to be
gin with. But to become subject to
hoaduolio Is a very serious matter, and
all such nervous diseases have a iihsiy
tendency to recur, to boeonio periodic,
to bo set up by tho satno causes, to bo
(iniui) an organic habit of iho ho ly.
For any woman to bocouiu liable to
neuralgia is a most terrible thing. It
moans that while it lasts life is not
worth living. It paralyzes tho power
to work; it deprives her of tho power
to enjoy anything; it tuinpls the use of
narcotics and stimulants. So says Dr.
Nelson and so say I. A girl who tinds
herself subject to neuralgia should at
onco change her habits, If but to grow
strong In body. Of what use Is educa
tion with ill-health? A happy girl
must be a healthy one. The Greeks
oilucalod their girls physically; wo ed
ucate ours montally. The Greek moth
er boro tho linest children the world
ever produced, Holbrook in his
great works on marriage and parent
age gives a chapter on the Grecian ed
ueai Ion of girls. Ho claims that it
comes very near to Hie education that
wo need for theni to-day, and we quite
agree witli liiin. It developed beiuili
ftil women and their beauty lasted till
old age. 'Tho beautiful Helen was as
handsome at lift v its at sweet lil'toon.
Vio Lcwia' Alvnthty.
The Trappists rise every morning at
2 o'clock, and remain in prayer at chap
el tintl (!. They go to work thou
mostly in tho fields -until 12, when
they partake of a frugal meal, followed
by a siesta of an hour. 'They return to
work after that, nnd retire to rest at b.
T'liey are not allowed to speak to each
other; anything they have to communi
cate to their brethren has to be convey
ed through their .superior, the only per
son whom they may address. T'lieir
food consists ol bread, fruit aud roots,
washed down with pure water; those
on the sick list may have an egg in ad
dition. Meat or lish they never taste,
m-r tlo thevever drink wine. Notwith
standing tliis strict diet, these men look
strong and healthy anil perform lh
hardest work. J.owhu W'urlL
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J.tvrf I'llV Vf-r". I'l- n-nr t in n- tt. v ' iir ! InVr.
and Clothing House
A full line of card eampln cf
mt great piece goods t'otc
will be found will.
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Wlman ilcbllll v.rihmiatcil
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n -tnnii 1011 t i rnbiial hriilie
nod lur-mi ittunbtMMl ia
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',Nciiiii-r Htoinii, It tlrii'iiiiiK nut
I'o-triiinentB. 'I '111 treatment of
Ni't'tona lit hi Illy and
I'll, .lent Iftceiivlannifortnly
Inrrfa.fnl bccAimo hft'd nn iTti -1 dinrii""!,
hew mill dlreet ntel Inula and ab-olt bor
utiahneae. J tall intor na'ion and Trcaoae frvih
AdilrcHM rntiHnlt inn I'liVMii'ii-n of
MARST0N REMCDYC0..4G V.tlthS!., New York.
P A T E N T s,
t.'nvcai", Itc-laaiiea and Trie!. Mi,r!. "octi-eil. and
all oilier ,Ht en t 1 Hu-i'H 111 ilie 1 11I1 nt Hill,", anil
belure l ho i'tiiirti- priniiiilv und mnTiilly nlleuded
l'i,in rereli't ofnioil l rsl.ct' hiif Itivoiillmi, I
in ke niri'l'ul ex'linli m Inn, mid mlvU" im 10
pill 'iiib 'ii v Tree nl' Ciimiu'".
I'li -S VilDKK 'l;. .ml I mnke NO rilAltUK
l'Sbi;ss 'A IKST IS HUL'IM'I) lii.or'ienliin,
ailvn e am1 ' C m rder in:' - cent n" Hillli'iilliin
.1. H. I.I I'l' l.b, Wimhii.tdnii, 0. '
Neat V. Is, 1'iib nt tilllru.
iTIionaarvli nt raiia of a.rimia Palilfll,, man.
, tal ami pli,,i, nl hii'iKiiu.m, I .a. a tiiiili,iii'l,lii'r-
vuiia iii,HMii!i.ti, tin. rc.ulla o' to il.' ri'tintia,
! In,...,! in mil i .iiai..riiii..ito AltTftUITA.
Blriiiia Ullli thai it will riirac,i.r rate .ri,iiitit j, ... iuai'iialu
any -ofT.ocr a , l,il ia-k nr
III! li'ifll'l of li ci'lll. In,
1-,.,n.i lc. liu. A ll.0l.ia l
lot Sil.UUIuaau.lU. 1
f "a . .! " rIVea inA'iin
3 "Anakfjsis " rtiiqt, II
"an inliilliliit cwr lor Tl
r.'i'if , mnl I,
'an mlittlttilt cwrn lor I'l Ii
il'rlen H 1 , ut iimiTKiHia, m
lent prepaid ny mall, mi ti" ial-
r. Ail l A ra A li KMM '
m jt arr. an i
A ratoriw rreairlptlnn of fins i Of Ilif
tnoat noted and aiieeiwalul ieelilia "'"'';'
(now retired i fur the euro nfAi-rrofi-i itrbllltli
,T.hiioI. irfnamrainitiid Krr.ii. Heul
III plaiu sealed uuveluierr. lUUii(lilteau UU.
Addrais DR. WARD & CO., Ljunlanj. Mn.
OT. Dr. KEAN,
hit, li;ihoniii ClahR hi,, tlMrM iKaT
tlMlRl'Oil MU , Il lull itlll( a ',
VMltt, NtK ftiUa. (,'tll.illlC klitl hWi'lK. till
t-nM'tHiirmaitirhfti( lniHlrhr,r nin.l
1 rif HVA' IIV ', Kf1ttli dUiai, I tr, Cnu
ilinMiin iM-taMiiniiv, ir v h'lifr ttm
IK kfnn In ti n nnlv ilival'lnti III tht
it Hm.i Hrtrititiiriiit ttr in lot ?, feal
fBlllUatrnlml boo aUfwi H, uu iiuni:iUUuui, 1 biititvil.
Ittlt, II. IL KANK, or Hit li'UMlrtr.'Jf
llniiiai, how tn h lltMiicily rhif
ii t oiiit fmi run liitiiiirtiilrkt ill tntiip)il; V' tfillliiip
ftUli 'i it 1 1 i-fi'luttir-rtii'Hiift'Miii i-Miliii'iit nic.itrnl iimu - .H'ldiini
U. U. ktilMt, Ai at. M. UM AUU U Hl. NtW VI iUf
3 at" 0
. and Clothing House AJ
ma. r a,l tiiva i
pun w: s
n n ii a n
DO YOU KNOW
WHO Kd Tin ai Ih the brat f la tlm jiurertj la
never adiilteratu i with itincoae, burylea, muiaa-ea,
(ir any deleturloua ln(;ruUluiit, a is the casu with
many o'her tnbai cuH.
LOKILLAUD'S BOSK LKAF FINE CUT
Isalsu tnad.i of rti fluent stock, and fur arumatle
cbeviii( qiiallt., Is second to none.
L0H1LLAKI) S NAVY CLII'PINGS
take flrat rank as a solid durablo Sinuklnti tobacco
LOUILLAKD'S r'AMOUS SNUFFS
have been used fuf over lad years, and are sold to a
larger exiui.t than any others.
who are tired ofCallioi a that fude In aunshlue or
wa hiba! will Had the
PUH I'L EH, "GRAYS," AND
perfectl, fuat and -e'lah'e. II you want ai. hot t
ITint. try them. Made In "Teat variety.
To Make Life Brighter
Th" dy-tietic'a lot ia riot ahapby one. Iluti-on
vu!!!.!!!! rihiera nre tnu remiUy. I'rlce cents .
A V.ON'III ai.d IIOAUI) f ,r three live
i K Miu or I.Hdlea In eai h ci tinly
Addrcaa 1'. vV. Z1KU1.EH i to , L'u ca0,
(1 it til "r lls"'" "ii Economical II, ue
; 'S' l II'iIIiiIhk, I ' utuiiiii.K x't plates
or t olt.'iKeM oallti I oin ai to ll.Klli, with
deacrl.tivc I tierirca 1 svo. vol , handsomely
t'oiiini in r'nlh in till d on receiM of f.
W.M. 1. CuMsiji.K, iJut... n Amir Place, N. Y.
Ar. Only Imugliter Cured ot Coiisunip
tion. W hen death wa hourij eipected fri.m '(.uaunip
tion, all riiiiuilie- havliii; fa led. and Or. rt.
Jatii. s was e()jeriiiiebiin . lie Bccldei,ta.l made a
pieiariitii.ii ol Ii ii .nn Hem , w hich cured' his only
child, a a bow (jltea Una rccli e on reci lut f two
stum p. to l ay ex; nia, a Ilemn B an i nr. a Nl"ht
sweuta Nan. ea at the stomach, and will break
a ! cab co il I ii, hiiuts. Addrea I'KA UiO( K
Jt CO., lui.' Kace .Street I'hil.i'lelnhla, la. , nam
liiK h a i aper.
MAiSOX it HAMLIN
Weat hoiiora at all (jreat World's KUiihit'ons
for sevi titeeu yars nU Americ ui Urtai.s
awaid' d aucu at any. For ta-h, eisy pay in, nta or
br.aetitiiif vert hlfliest eeice yet afalmd
In .U' h ii.a'.ruiiu u s; .ddiuit V nil pre.'loua im
prove e t lie ol KicuO r Value th-n anv ; sccur
i.g n.o-l p . e. u tl i.tnu- cal ioi.es and Inrreaa
ed dii'nh ,' : apec a ij avoid in; :H .i ity to get
out o, tui e. H',utrat.il at luuuc free.
Mason A Hiiiuliii Oran and I'ianoCo,
lloatoii, l'T Irenont t : V. York, p, E. llth St;
l Llcai;o. II V ibaah Ave.
The Science of Lift. Only $1
BY MAIL PG.vr-PAID.
('tiauatt d V U.ily Nervnua and I'by'irai lie.
Illllv I'ramaltitu Ilecllne iu Man, Errors ol
Youth, and ui.toid ni si ries resuitiiiir Irom India
rp t on or i xces.es A Niok lor every man. foutnf,
mlildlt-Hjicd and old. Itcoii'aina I-J4 prcacriptlij:!
f i 'all arulc ann f hroinr dlaiaaea, iai:h iinl
w.,icli . una iihIiib. so Id, nd ly the Anthor,
whose eiper:"iice ,ir 'il ycarsn such aa nrobab.y
inter before leC to the lot of any ph) slciau . :tuO
panes, hound II beautiful Fr'Tirh muslin, eniboa
aed covers, lui trut, iMiarai.te. d to be a Inn work
m ev. ry sense inci balnea!, literary nnd proles
sioi.al than anv other work sold In this country
for, .'s). 01 the in iney will be refunded In every
InataiTH I'rli'ti oi.ly l.li by mull, poal paid,
lllusiratlvi sain le ti cents. end now. (iold
niedul awarded the author by the Natlo' al Medics!
As-iTiatliili, to the . fl'.rera el which he r fers
The So li nee ol 1.1 f. should be read bv the yotng
f r Instru t on, ai d by the afflicted for lellef. It
will benefit all . London I.ai:cet.
There I - no member nl sooctv to whom the Set'
enceof Life will not he Useful, whether youth,
Pi' tn i.'iuiril:an, Instructor or deru man Aro
Address the I'eabody Medical Institute, or Dr
W. II I'arker, No. 1 llilllll CI Street. Il iaton,
naa , who may be consulted on all diseases re.
iii ila' skill mid experience ( Ironic and oliatl
iaK dlaea.i s ;bat bnvi-baflled I I I I the
sklliot all o her phys'rliina a 1 1 I j i I j ir
cit'.ly. Such tr. ated sue MM I VCP l."
rea-ftillv without an Inst 1111 Olwljl
anrei I fu lure Mention this tiaper.
617 St. Charles Su ST. LOUIS, MO.
A rarultr OrBiliiutai oi twa medical
collcKi t. u, icy 1 1 lonuei euifiiiinl In the treat
fnetil of 'I, roiiie, N arvm in. HUln nml
lllouil IHaeaaea than any otlier physician la
SU l.oula. h clly paperi ahnw uml all ' Id real
rlenta kiinw. Coiisiiltatlon At oftiee or bv n.all,
free and Invited. A frletidl;' ti.lk or Ins opinion
Cost! hoi hi ii ic. When It la I ueoi. veil lent to V kilt
the elty for O'ealii.eiil. lin-ilteliies 'nil lie lit
bymaltorexpreaa evervwheie, curable onici
iriiannil I: where doubt t'XlatJ .i. Is 'riiakly
Hated, tailor Write.
Nervous Prnalratlon, Belildty, alsntal and
Physlral Weakness, Hsrrui lal and other
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liiipurltlai and Illnnd rolaonlnf , ikl AHee
tlons, OlilSnrss and I'lcsrs, Inipetilmeata t
Marriage Itheutiiatlara, Piles. Mpaelal
tentlon ta eases front over-worked MaU.
Kl'ltOlf Ali f ASKH reeslre special attention.
IHaexes arlalnir from Iminideneet KieesseS,
Sa---aiaaiaM -a a aaHa-saa-a-aM-as-a.k SaV m
It Is elf.evlilviit that a plivilclnu prtvinif
parileular attention to a claaa if riwt atlalns
lirent skill, and phvalelani In regular V'lK'tlen
all oyer ttiii country knowing thin, freii'ently
racniiiiiieiid (iea to Ibeohleat olllcs 1 1' A itii rl
ra where every known appliance Is 's.di'tri;
to, and the prnvml kooiI rn m 1 1 tr t.f all
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line, i or oilier iiirpriapa,aiiil nil are trcali"! wllri
kill In a res (fill uiiitiiieri and, know.ng
w hallo do, no eAperliiieiita are lunde. ( n ,.e
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should iiiiiri v, How life snd happlneai uinv jo
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ly all in lull perxiiiA, then kept under lock ail
lev, I'opiilnr edition. sniueai above, but pai '.'i'
rover and llnu pnea, "4 celili by malt, I' Miouei
H there Is mm In 1 1 1 1 - cllv with ti stua'l cnplial
tolnveat, w ho wants i liiinit, paying, slowly busi
ness, i e cm Hud a tticihiii i Unit la i'enern"y need,
ed, and which Iihs proved its II or sol, III WO' Til.
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frotn llrTHHN to KoitTV pure, til oriils ns bills
w rite for pionphli la tn
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