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It CTwsColda.Consfcs.6or. Throat, CroTip.Inflnen
IVV. hooping Coah. Bronchia, and Asthma, a err.
in-.u -' 1,,r Uonsamption latlm aULg?, and a ur rt-liftf
In aainccd tape. re mt oner. You will sec tbs
txc-llnt effect after taking the first dose. Row
k, ii.-tjywlr. Uffflnu, 30 ocuu aua $1.00.
Hsai.hfii,. Agreeable, Cleansing.
Chapped Bands, Wounds, Burns, Eto
Removes and Prevents Dandruff.
AMERICAN FAMILY SOAP.
Best for General Household Use
-ALL KINDS OF-
Cast Iron Work
done. A specialty of fcrnisblr.st al kinds
cf Store with Castings a 8 oexita
A MACHINE SHOP
has been added where all kinds of machine
work will be done first-class.
NINTH ST. AND 7tli AVE
DOWNING BROS.. Prorts.
A Cackling Hen
May be excused from making an aw
fully bi racket over a mighty Jitile epg:
but when s-he cackles for an hour over a
China door knob it is time to throw a
brick at her. There is also some excuse
for a merchant cackling a good deal over
A GENUINE BARGAIN,
but hen the so called bargain turns out
to be A DOOK KNOB BARGAIN, it 18 time
somebody threw a brick or a "shoo" at
the noisy thing. There's an awful lot of
cackling about bargains going on, but
we'll bet they'er all door-knob bwgains,
so here goes our brick; we'll meet any
price, show ' better quality for the same
money, and do as well if not better by
you than any other firm in Rock Island .
No door knob bargains about this.
DOLLY BROS , Boots and Shoes,
3')7 Twentieth St., Rock Island.
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rkhMMv - Inr t M' vven lc fi.r
pon-. Cur nf rmH .tiin--. rivinn rrf-K. Jb'-M, S-mhm-In.
I tii;itu.tt- .rtt4 rf K 1 i t thrntiili nil V A K
Hi:TS. r .ipiiij :n.n t Ml .1 fit :id VTCIUM;! xHl.'FAO! .1
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'XT-XJ i.'TI.i-'' r -1-1 ataall V nfl -
.f..-.-fFor LOST or FAILING K AfTHOOD,
(JSa General said NEilVOUS TEBILITY.
"T'll -J f VI.--- nr.rlrr atn.l Winr" T".T..rTCI
-li-feii lfErrnrorEicetses in Old or Yoiirir.
Uut..(, ,.)!,' 9 Mi:iMII n.l'j 14 (-... Ilnw l r niaine Hud
hifurth"7i a,,. Mi .! -'MHt,t,.NS.l PAKT?r Zt(U JT
AWIlIpIt unfit. Unc IHfSlK "I llfcATMhNT Knei.U In m 1ht,
Mrm lee, I if? rrm iO Niuirft nl Kor.n'iiiilrlr. Wrll thftm.
twrrittll- (.fkk. MlniialtmMil prmtfn mall J ( rmll ) frv,
Addreaa Cr.'iE MEDICAL CO., BUFFALO, N. V.
235 Wis. Streel
ALL NERVOUS AND
in Young and Middle-aged Men, Kidney
Troubles, etc, without Hurtful Drags. No
C. O. D., no Circulars or Samples. Call
or write as above for Symptom Blank,
and the advice of a physician of estab
lished reputation of 25 years, FREE.
rr1 'Kt Pelt taBu u m m
ale br piI iir- r, cI--- ame rr te, or T'tueil lor vO cU
?: PERMANENTLY CURED.
P Will do it, or you GET YOUR MONEY BACK.
n A.08lS yOU ft UUl 11 8 WUI LI& AaJ. ABK. VUU1
Shw Healer for it. or send $1 to the PEDAL-
, who will tend it Postpaid.
THE CURLEW MOUNTAINS.
The Curlew mountains are fine in 4-inter-They
are not embedded in ice or .now-
TheUthr?,hall8ir?m the eenwoo. center.
Ihe thrush and the corncrake sing below.
rD.18 ftPelh'",ir.tIio rocks resounding;
Th ?W tbe fawn lhat flle bere:
teTndUT8 dWn rrm the mUntatn
Salmon are leaping beside the shore.
I think of my mountain late and early,
ttl,?""4 are eolden nnd Ead and pay.
baHcyW spriu's uiBh and the yellow
And birds are piping on every spray.
The tips of the rushes are heavy with honey,
meres butter and cream from the silken
No northern snow on its elopes so sunny
VV ill trouble its coaatH or its harbors line.
Where the bee has his homo and ia wisely
And women ent honey from day to day;
But deep in my bosom a care is lurking.
The love of my heart is far away.
Your fair, thin forehead, the wide world's
Your tresses that hang in a golden sheaf.
Have torn the strings of my heart asunder
And covered my head with a cloud of grief.
I am ns a man that is even dying
For lack of the jewel his eyes would Bee.
Oh, will you not visit me where "I am lying
And take (iod's blessing and comfort me?
Curiosities in Opinion.
The vagaries and the discordances in
human belief and practice constitute an
interesting chapter in human history. The
conflicts in opinion are doubtless some
what like the agitations of the ocean
nature's means of maintaining conserva
tism, and for the prevention of stagnation
One of the rarest things in the world is
two people whose opinion whose creed
and whose practices coincide in all feat
ures. It is much easier to find two faces
and two figures identical in appearance.
Diversity anil contrariety seem to be well
established laws and conditions iu the
human family. There in no standard or
type to which the Caucasian especially
conforms in nil particulars. A. and U. may
agree precisely in everything else, yet they
may dilTer widely in religious matters. C.
and D. may fraternize fully ou ninety-nine
points, yet go to war or to law about an
other. We have seen Miss K. turn up her
nose in horror and disgust at what Miss F.
t hought w;us in perfect good taste and in
the height of fashion. Detroit Free Press.
Shaving Among the 11 indoiiH.
The Hindoo is a contemner of beards,
and one-half of his head is devoid of hair,
he only leaving a long lock which grows
from the back of the head. This is a relic
of the belief that has taught them the
angel of death used this cue to drag them
Women are great patrons of the barber,
for the Urahminical law is very explicit
on this score, and provides that widows
must keep their heads shaved. This rule
is most rigidly enforced, and the unfortu
nate widow has to make herself as ugly as
possible, and gracefully submits to an op
eration which deprives her of her greatest
ornament, for Brahmin women have
splendid heads of hair and their coiffure
sets it oil to exceptional advantage. It is
put up in a coil. The rich partially cover
this huge knot, with a thin platter of
beaten gold, while the poor entwine in it
the gorgeous flowers of the marigold.
Sau Francisco Chronicle.
gPEOTAL ASSKSSMKWT NOTIOK,
Notice is hereby given tJ all peraors Interested,
that the city council of the cit. of Rock island.
uaving oruerea mat iner De lonptructea in the
. Seventh ward main sewers and storm drains, and
! laterals aK.ng the following routes, the size of the
sewer tile to be nsed on each street being speci-
ucu wnn me oeeixnauon 01 me ronto, viz :
A 12-inch sewer on Thirty-eighth street from
Seventh avenue to south side it-nth avenne.
An 18-inch sewer on Fortj -fourth street, from
the river to 250 feet south of Ninth avenue.
An 8- neb sew, r on Forty fourth street from
250 feet Boutti of Ninth avenue, to Fourteenth av-
An 8-'nch sewer on Railroad avenue, from
Forty-fourth etreet to alley in block 1, Brooks1
a 6-inch sewer in alley through blocks 1 and S,
An 6-iuch eewer on Sixth avenue, from Forty
fourth street to alley on east side of Fo.-ly-lourlh
A tt-mch sewer in alley on ta?t side of Forty
fourth street add.
A 6-itiCh tewer iu alley along south side lot 5,
bl ck 9, brooks1 Second add.
An s-mc i sewer on Kailroud avenu i, from For-tj-fourtb
to r'orty-secoud streets.
An 8 inch tewer on Sixth avenue, from Forty
fourth to Forty-second streets.
An 8-inch fewer oa Forty-third street from
Sixth avenue to alley couth of lot 12, McMaster'
A 6-iuch sewer in alley through McMasters1
Second add., from Forty-third to Forty-fourth
A 6-incb sewer in alley through blocks A, B and
C, Kdgewoou Park add.
A ofo-lnch sewer on 'he extension of Fortieth
street from south side of Fifth avenue, to a
point 13 feet north of the south aide of Seventh
An lS-inth sewer on south s de Seventh avenue,
fr.'in rortieth 'o Forty-cecond streets.
A 15-inch sewer on south side Seventh avenue,
from Fonkth lo Forty-second streets.
A 13-inch sewer on south s de Seventh avenue,
from i ort-t'iiid to Forty-.-ixth streets.
An 8-iuch eewer on Forty- third street, from Sev
enth avenue to a point 50 teet norm of Kdgewood
A 12-inch sewer on Edcewood avenue from Forty-fourth
ttreet to Thirteenth a.enue.
A lvj-irich sewer on Thirteenth avenue, from
Edtewood avenue to Fortieth rtreet.
A 10-inch sew -r on Thirteenth avenue, from
Thi ty ljimh u Fortie.h ftrets.
A 10-iueh sewer on Forty-second street, from
Seventh avenue tj ap.iut 400 fjei south of Ninth
An 8-iLCh sewer on F rty-fir t street, from Sev
enth avenue to Kigi.th avenue.
A 1-inch eewtron Fortieth etreet, from Seventh
aveLue to Eigh'h avenne.
An 8-iuch on Thirty-ninth street, from
Seventh avenue to Eighth avenue.
A 6-inch sewer in aiiey through block 3, Brooks1
Foil rtti add.
A 10 inch sewer on Th'rty- ighth street, from
south side of Eighth avenue to Fourteenth ave
nue. A 6-inch sewer on south si le of Seventh ave
nue, from Thirty eighth to Thiny-ninh streets.
An 8-ineb Kewer ou south side of t-eveiitli ave
nue, iroru Thirty-ninth to Fortieth streets.
An 8-inch sewer on Thirty seventh street from
Eleveutn avenue to 350 feet south of Fourteenth
An s-incli s.'wer on Thirty e'ghth street, from
Fourteenth avenue to Fifteenth avenue.
An 8-inch sewer ou Thirty-math street, from
Thirteenth avenue to Fifteenth avenue.
An s-inch sewer on Fortieth street, from Thir
teenth avenue to Fifieeuth avenue.
An 8-inch sewer on Forty-first street, from Thir
teent i avenue to Eigh'e- nih avenue.
An 8-inch sewer on Forty-second street, from
Thirt.-eutn avenue to Eighteenth avenue.
An 8-meh sewer on Eleventh avenue, from
T'nirtv-sevemh street to Tturtj -eighth street.
And have applied to the couaty " court of Rock
Island county, in the stale ,-f lilioo;s, for sn as
sessment of the costs of sai : improvement accord
ing to benefits; and, an assessment thereof having
heen made ani returned to said court, the final
hearing th reon will be ha I a the November term
( sa.d court, commencing on the 14th day of No
vembir, A. I) lSlfcJ.
All persons I'.esirios; may then and there appear
and make the r defense.
D .ted at Rock Island. Illinois,' this 10th dsy or
September. A. I). 18!
J. It. JO.ISSTO,
O. A. sTODUARl,
GEO. F. DOWNES.
A laborer was going along the road
mounted on his donkey, which was a good
sized animal, when he came to a turnpike
"How much do you charge for my donkey
to walk through r" he asked the pikeman,
"Twopence," was the reply.
"And how much do you charge for carry
ing a parcel through the gate?"
"Whoa! whoa!" cried Joslin; and quietly
dismounting, he deliberately slipped his
head under the donkey, seized his forelegs
with his hands, lifted him off the ground,
carried him through the gate and set him
down on the other side,
"Gee up, Neddyl" he cried, getting on
the donkey's back; and off they went, well
Content. "Autobiography of an English
t'Dirernal IMgeon Kngllsh.
Many persons do not know and many
may be interested in learning that for 100
years pigeon English has "wen the recog
nized language of trade and commerce for
about 5)0,000,(HX Asiatics and Africans in
all their dealings with foreigners of all
other nationalities. The English, Amer
icans, French, Italians, Russians, Germans
and Dutch must all use pigeon English in
order to transact business with the natives.
Pigeon English is more nearly a univer
sal language than any other in the world.
and if our alphabet could be made
fonetik" would likely soon become a
special language for all nations, especially
if aided by the 100,000,000 speaking regular
English and its dialects. hat is olapuk
alongside of pigeon English? Minneapolis
Ihe I'lacc for the Scarfpin.
Xo matter bow irregular the fold may
lie made in the De Joinville type of knot
ting the scarf the head of the scarfpin
must irrevocably fall in the center of the
fabric. Otherwise it is out of balance seen
within the lapel framt ry of the coat, and
the entire scheme of costume thus becomes
The idea, moreover, betrays a striving
for a desire to le different from the regula
tion vogue, and the difference does not
have the merit of aiding the ensemble, but
is a farfetched attempt at best. Clothier
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I
Rock Island Cocntt, job.
In th County Co-irt of said Rock Island County.
In the matter of the assignment of I he Northern
Alining find Railway company. Pet t on b
i nomas S. Ml is, assigcee, to sell real estate.
Notice is hereby given that under the deed of
kssienment made by sa d he Northern Mining
and Railway company to Thomas S. Silvias as
signee, and hy virtue of the decrees of said court
entered in the above entitled proceeding i" the
11th day of June, A. O. lf'r-2, an it on the 10 ny f
angnst. A. V. 18!i2, 1 shal' .n Saturoa. the
17th day of September A. 1). ISStt at ihe our of
ore o clock hi the afternoon, at the north dtvrof
the court house, in the city of Ro'k Island, in
said county of Kock Is'and. sell at pnb'ic vendue,
lo the b'ghest bidder for cash in hand, al the
right, title snd interest of said Thomas S. Silvis,
assignee of said The Northern Mining ani Kail
way company, in and t.i thoso ceitain parcels of
land, situste in the county of ock Is'ana and
state of Illinois, known and described us follows,
Lots No. one (1) and two (i) block six (6) in
the Town of llnm,lcn.
Patcd at Ko-k Island, 111., this l'.hdayof
Augutt, A. D.
Assignee of the Northern Mining and Railway
Est ite of Lawrence Senj'r. Deceacd.
Ti e undersigned having bet n apointe 1 admin
istratrix tif tne estate of l.aw ence Server,
1 te of the conn y of Kock Is'and, state of Illinois,
deceased, hereby tives nct ce that she will appear
before the comity c .urt of Kock island county, at
i lie office of the clerk of aid court, in the city of
Tfock Islamt, at the Ocrob -r term, on the first
Monday in October next, at which lime
al' pTsons having cl-ifris i gain-t said estate are
no iiied ami -taiiested o attend, tor the nurnose
of tar rp the sume adjusted.
All persons imtchtea t said estae are refjuf-s-eil
to make i i. mediate payment to the under
i ated this Sth day of Aue , A. f. 1f(.
LA 1 II K KINE f-EN'UER,
Estate or Otto F. Ehlcrs, Deceased.
The undersiirned. having bitn appointed e
editor of the lust w llatid testament of OttoF.
Ehlets, late of the county of tiock Island, sta;e
Illinois, deceased, hereby givs notice I hut he vt
&p;ear before the countj c-urt of Rock Islai
county, at the office of the clerk of said court,
the city cf Rock Island, at the Novembt r erm.i.t
the First Monday in November next, at wuich tiu-e
all persons having claims airainst said estate nt
notified and requested to attend for the purpose of
having thesame adjusted. All persons ind?bie
to said estate are requested lo make immeditiu
payment to the undersiirned.
Dated this L'4th day or Angut. A. D. 1858.
A showman in describing the wonderful
mitrncitv and decant manners of an ele
phant in his collection assured the specta-
tors that among other habits of cleanli- j
ness he invariably picked his teeth with
bis tusks after meals.
Tho ini?aiit.lc old "Parliamentarv oak"
in Clipstone park, I ondon, is believed to !
be 1,500 years old. The tallest oak on the
British isles is called the Duke's Walking j
Stick. It is higher than the spire or West
The increase of population ia France
during the last five years has amounted to
only one-half of 1 per cent. The popula
tion of the great cities is increasing and
that of the rural districts decreasing.
VIGOR OF MEN
Easily, Quickly, Permanently Restored.
Weitk.neM. Kcrro.aiteM, ltebtltty. and all
the train of evils from early errors or later excesses,
the results of overwork, sickness, worey, etc. Full
strength, development, and tone jr'Ten to every
oriran and portion of the body. Bimple, natural
methods. Immediate Improvement seen. Failure
impossible. 2.i0 references. Jlook. explanations
and proofs iTtailed (sealed) free. Addres
ERIE MEDICAL CO. BUFFALO. M. V
.ppwsg orr -rum Dwvwt.ormwHT om Turn
The business of preparing shrimp lor'
the Chinese market is assuming important
proportions in California. The shrimp are
taken in huge nets and boiled in groat iron
A remedy of great value for cats and
dogs is sweet oil. Put two tablespoonfnlw
In their milk and they will rarely refuse to
To Introduce a series of valuable
educational works the above
win ne sent to all applicants
Room "rs p' downs. msusHcii,
SiihE CCRE SEWIhAl, NERVOUS
' VKP.rt TROUBLES In YOt'lIB,
Nl'5tf-0n CIB MEN. Ui
J""MC Mrnirartna. til uscti.
1AiT( OR ClSfcHPOiNTattHT.btiipo
! e.y rvllnr wor.l in 24 koerr
i i-r(ue:,' 'y uriw In ltKtd,. lAdaj 4
b rturs il fr !l. 'Jircolur rre.
THE PERU ort'C CO
U I? Sf.ii IT -"WAlilEJLwtt
A Delicious ancL Healtlifal Canfeotion!
THE PUREST AND BEST CUM
EVER OFFI RIO TO THE PUBLICI
ITS KE0IC1NAI PROPERTIES ARE INVALUABLE!
SOBS TSP.CAT, C0IGH-S AND COLDS,
AND IS HIGHLY BENEFICIAL TO DYSPEPTICS.
It whitens the teeth and sweetens tbe breath, im
ports a pleasant taste to the mouth, and an agree
able feeling 10 the stomach.
Horn's Choc-To Gum is the best, try.it once, and
you will v.re no other afterwards. If any dealer
you ask for it, has not Rot it, take no other, but go
somewhere else. You will find all progressive
dealers have it, that is the class of dealers to pat
ronize always for anything you want.
CHEW BORC'S CHOC-TO CUM,
69 & 61 r. CANAL ST.,
HARTZ & BA.HNSEN,
Wholesale Agents for Rock Island. .
T9 THE ASFfL-SIEU!
Why pay bier ffcs to qunckn whon the bpn:
f&U mdiciil tre:ttmT.tcnn be bud for rvawn
able pritesof The Ieru heniical Co.. pr
pjk Vtirvil from the proscriptions of Ir. Will
f5.v-rPl7iams-a physirianof world-wMereputo1
4f:&J:jfiVpl(l If PUtlerhiwf fnjm Seniina
rVw? vUllO mtil and Nerwus lability
v - - -w Loss of Memory, Dwpondeney, etc..
XroTi early inrliscreiionsor other cnues; also
SliRni C ircn UCU who experience a weaknen?
miUULI.'AUClJ VflLn Incdvaneeof tbetryeurtkKid
ney and Rluddur troubles, etc, will find our Method
tf Treatment a 8afe, Certain and Speedy CL'UK.
rU'UAl PECTIN PC I'perieneeproTesthatln
iLfnirB AL TAO 1 tLLLo. trn1 medicines Ihm wii:
not cure the -voailmentA. Dr.Wil llama.
who hastivt special attention to the?e
tii?a.ses for many years, prefcrine Semi
nal i'abtilles which act directly upon tlie
disea.'MMl orrnnfi,and restore vijror better
thnn Stomach Medicines, ad thev are nt
changed by thernatric Juice and require ao
change of diet or intemiptkininbutinesit.
HOME TREATMENT fmm l&to'.fcldavs
cuMiiiKfrom .i.0Ut415.(l0. used with nn
Tni lirii jinMM ft ,r nrnr thin, ,o.ir - I.. fci
Williams private practice, fiive them a trirtl.
PTflFIP tin PI forthoKldneysandUla.ldH.-TOr
i-TLUiriO HU.OI recent ca In one to lour iay
I'TRHCr PISTPPSUIP s,lre feref-'rali tormsc
' . LiliilC CU I ril.rllib Female Weakness, etc
r-.ll or write fori ntnlopne and Inforn-alion Pefc
X-rruitinir others. A-11rr"s
THE PERM CHEMICAL CO.,
H'tsrtiMs-" S.r hv.';:kfI!. v'i
the Dutch Process
are used in the
W. BAKER & CO.'S
whirH ia ahtntutely
pure and soluble.
It has mo re tAm three timet
thestrenith of Cocoa mixed
wiTh Starch, Arrowroot or
Suear, and is far more eco
nomical, cofting leas than one cent a eup.
It is delicious, nourishing, and easily
Sold by Grocers everywhere.
W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mas.
THE MOLINE WAGON,
The loline Wag on Co.
Manufacturers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
application. See the MOLINK WAGON before purchasing.
"Try our brand of SMOKED MEATS.
H. Treman Sc Sons,
All telephone orders promptly filled. Telephone Ns. 1103. 1700 Third Are.
WE ARE ALWAYS IN IT WITH
THE FINEST OF
Bread, Cakes, Buns and Pies
In the city.
Delivery wagons always on the road. Parties desirous of
Having them stop at their residfnr!. will
j same at our premises.
MTJNROE, DeRTJE & ANDERSON.
Washes svery thing frcm a fine
silk handkerchief to a circus
tent; Lace curtains especially.
No. 1724 THIRD AVE.
A. M. & L. J. PARKER,
Telephone No. 1214
W. B GRIFFIN.
GRIFFIN & KEATING,
No. 1712 First Ave.,
Rock Island, III,
Practical : : :
Gas Fining and General Jobbing.
3 TO 6 DAYS.
an absolute cure for
WILL NOT rsAliSF
SIHIUrUKE. ASK FOR I
BiaQ NO PAIN. NO 8TAIM.I
FULL INSTRUCTrOKS WITH EACH I
SOTTLt. AT la DRUQQISTa.
Central Chemical i
Ihtcafro and Peoria.
T. H. THOMAS, Sole Agent,
. Ovr rWKCTIOIf STUrMOB frM vtth ran fcottv
MB CUU. Dm. mot 8TAIH. PaCTCKTS BTRICTUR
Cru OOHOKBUCEV ut OLCKT la On s Worn iu
AqCTCKCCKC ferLIDCOUUHXiw WHITES.
. . BoMbraU DB0OOISTS. tolUHf A4dw(lbrfl.W
ALXMlfe JtAKUf ACTOUHa CO. LAXCUtlU, OBI
First-class Hotel and Restauran':, iMarket Square,
back of Thomas' drugstore.
LUNCH COUNTER IN CONNECTION.
E-Good Rooms by day or night.
UNDERHILL & GLASS, Proprietors.
Roek Island Brass Foundry
AND ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
AH kinds of brag, bron.e and aluminum bronze casting, all shades and temper. Hake
a specialty of brass metal pattern and artistic work.
Shcp asd OrpicK-At 1S11 First avenue, near Ferry landing.
J. MAGER, Proprietor;
SEIVERS & ANDERSON,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All Kinds ot Carpenter Work Done.
General Jobbing done on short notice and satisfaction guaranteed.
Ofioe and Shoo 721 Twelfth Street. ROCK ISLAND.
Manufacturer of all kinds of
E00T3 AND SH0E3
Gents' Fina Shoes aspeciaitj. Rcpairlngdone neatly and promptly.
A lift roof yoarpatronage respectfully solicited.
1B18 Second ivenuo, Rock Island, HI.
Ox2 ZE3Io-o.s Saloon
GEORGE SCI1AFER, Proprietor.
1601 Second Avenue. Corner of Sixteenth Strert, . Opposite Harper's Theatre.
The choicest Wines, Liquors. Beer and Cigars always on Hand
ffma T vi width Vv& T
free Lunch Every Day
You can save money by trading at the Old Reliable
5 AJNTD lO CENT STORE,
Crockery, Cutlery, Tinware, Glassware and Wooden
MRS. C. MITSCH'S. 1314 Third Ave.
' " Mi ,AKrj,W
:3 THE POST CURE.
13 ELY Eiiorr"i. i t---
Erery MAS who would know the GRAND THrTTIS, the Plain Facta, the
y.'V.". , ' i Old Secret, and the New ltfco,tvenos of aiedieal Science a applied ,
" ii -c Marrlwl J.lfe. should write for our wanrfrrfal mil bok, calle.'
f XS 1 .;, i "A THKATIr'K IVH URN OSLT." To ur enK,t nun n will mill on
f Vf'i""'; f" U Cop aUrcly I'm, la plila sealed cover. "A refupe from thequacka.B
P 4i,YA i i ::.'.:. THE ERIE MEP'CAU CO BUFFALO. - -