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HALT M SUanm.-Too many pe.
ple observe the same rules of living in
the dog days that they do In the brac
Ing atmosphere of fall and winter, and
as a rule, they pay dearly for their im
prudence. Even in the matter of
clothing but little care is taken to pro.
vide against sudden changes of tem
perature, or during periods of intense
neat to reduce the temperature of the
1jody. Many persons often expose
themselves to the sun in the most
reckless manner, while others are
equally Imprudent as to the kind and
quality of their blood. The latter is a
most important consideration. The
simpler and more mourshing the food
the better; yet how few restrict them
selves or show the least discrimination
in selecting the supplies for their tables
di uring the summer months. Frequent
bathing, moderate exercise, abstention
as far as possible from all excitement,
rigid supervision of drainage, oleaness
not only in the living rooms of the
house but in all the obscure places
about the premisee-these are safe
guards which no person, however
robust his health, can afibrd to dia
regard, The list of ills that follow
the neglect of these ordinary precau
tions Is very long, and all are serious
in their efiect upon the human frame.
0I don't want that Stuir.9
Is what a lidy of Boston said to her
husband when fie brought home some
medilne to cure her of sick headaches
and neuralgia which had made her
miserable for fourteen years. At the
first attack thereafter, it was adminis
tered with such good results, that she
continued its use until cured, and made
so enthusiastic in its praise, that she
induced twenty-two of the best familes
in her circle to adopt it as their regular
family medlicine. That "stuff" is Hop
To BATE MACKERICL ORt HERlINGS.
Wash the mackerel or herrings in cold
water; dry them in a cloth, and put
them upon a board; take a sharp knife,
cuL, off the heads of the fish, carefully
opn each fish, and take out the back
bone; lay one fish open on a tin, skin
downward; wash and chop very fine a
buich of parsley, enough to make a
dessertspoonful; take half an onion, a
sprig of thyme and marjoram, chop all
fine, making a dessertspoonful; have a
dessertspoonful of fine bread crumbs,
mix onions, herbs, and broad-crumbs
together; a prinkle pepper and salt to
taste over the fish in the tin ; sprinkle
the herbs and bread-crumbs over the
11lh ; take tho other fish, lay it over the
one in the tin ; Akin upward ; melt two
ounces of clarified dri)ping, and pour
over the fish ; cover the fish, and bake
for half an hour, basting occasionally
with the drippings; for serving; turn
the fish carefully out of the tin on to a
To PICKLE WALNUrs GUEN.-Puit.
the walnuts in salt and water for ten
days, slopping the Jar close with a
1 inen cloth, so that the walnuts cn
not rise above the water; then puttiin
in vimegar for ten days. If the wal
nuts are exposed to the air they will
lose their color. To one hundred wal
nuts put tj oz. mace, ! oz. cloves, j
oz. nutmug, one hunred cloves of gar
lie, I pints m11ustard seed, a hamtful
of horseradish sllcLd, some bay salt
and one gallon of good vinegar. The
vinegar shOuld not be scalded. Tie
walnuts should be young enough so as
to be eastlypierced with a pin. We
preler the Emglish walnuts if they are
to be had. Or the butternut is excel
lent and can be obtained In almost
OMEL,ET WITnI SARIlN E.-TIake a
half-dozen good sardines-must be
wvhole ; (drain thenm thoroughly, remove
caref ully the seales and get thoem d1ry;
imake an omelet as usu:al, but the min
ute It begins to cook on the sides, plarce
the the fish lengthlway's on the omelet
and turn the edlges over them. Some
times a very little chiopped anchovy is
p)lacedl inside of each fish ; must not be
cooked too much.
TEA CA K E.-Twvo 011ps Of' suIga, three
eggs, two-thirds CupI of butter, half cup
of cream, oneO teasp)oonlful soda, three
cups of flour; nutmeg or any other
spice; add currants or cit ron if you
D)Em.IcATE cAKE.-One cup b)utter,
two of sugar, three cups of flour,
whites eight eggs, two teaspoonfuls of
baking powdler, in the flour, hialf a cupI
(of milk. Use the yolks for cuistards
ith one quart of milk.
1EXPERiENcE ha proven that the best
remnedy for Colic, D)iarrhus, Teething
and1( other troubles of Infancy ia D)r.
Ilull's Baby Syrup. Price M'( cents,
SAssAPRAM MiEAD). Three andI onte
half plounIds nice bro'wn suigar.one1 and
one-half pints good miolasses, thr.ee
'juarts of boIling wrater, one- fou rth
(luiart of tartarlo acId. Whein cool,
strain lnte a j tg or pan and( mix with
this one-half' 0ounce of essen1ce or sasa
frig. Put up In bottles, cork tight and
keel) in a cool place. For a drink put
two aipoonfuis of this syrtip into two
thirds of a glaiss of iec wa1teT and t.hen'
aidd one-third tenspoonful of soda.
lcE STilAwuERRY AND R AsPniEIlRY.
Bruise a pint of strawberries or rasp
berries with two large spoonfuls of line
supur, add a qluart or cream andl strain
through a sieve andi freeze it. If you
have no cream, boll a spmoonful of ar
row root in a quart of milk, and if you
like, beat up one eggand stir into it.
OATMEuA1. OGRUEL.-Into 011e quart of
halling wvater sprinkle two tablespoon
fuls of oatnmeal ; lot tils boil forty
miue,season with solt, strain andi
serve. Add sugar, milk or cream, if it
The New Seal
of the World's Dispensary Medilcal As.
sedation of Rhuffalo, of which D)r. R.
V. Pierce is president, conlsistin1g of a
figure of Aesculapius, tihe Father of
Aledilne, sulrmountinlg the globe, fitly
symubolises the world-wide repiutation
gained by the Family MIedicines of D)r.
ilerce now manufactured by this in
corp)oratedl company an)d sold in all
parts of the world. With a mlammduthi
establishment, the World's Dispensary
and1( Invalidsilotel in Iuilfalo ,and a
correspondingly large branch estab
lishmment in. Lon don, thIs A ssociation
makes medhicines for the whole wvorl
not only that but they perronally ex
amine and treat with special medieines
thousands of cases. Among tihe most,
celebrated of the proprietary or family
mnedicinies are D)r Pierce's Golden Med
ical DI)sovery--th.e great blood-purl.
foer, and Dr Pierce's P'leasant Purga
tive Pellets (little piils),-and Dr.
Pierce's Compound Extract of Smart
Weed--for bowel affections, colds and
pain ful attacks, as colic, neuralgia. and
rheum atisam,-.-Favorite Proscripition
furnishes re11sf from female weak
niesses, and kindred afe'ctions. All sold
ALL preparations were made lor the
wedding of John Meadow and Miss
Pipard, of Memphis, wheg, two days
belfore the tume* &pbt*d9,johjn's
pkrents discovered that o young lady's
intiful blonde hair was made so y
bleaching. Regarding this as a decep
tion, they compelled their son to break
the engagement. John came within
a hair' eadth as it were, marrying
a bleached blonde; and the probabill.
ties are now that he will marry a girl
who hangs her hair over the back of a
chair when she goes to bed. And it
would serve him right if she had a
glass eye, to boot.
Two young men passed before a
house. At the fifth story, at an open
window, a woman with a child In her
arms bent dangerously and recklessly
forward to look at the gentleman who
was calmly smoking a pipe and lean:.
lug from his window, two stories be
low. The young man saw the insanity
of the nurse. "What mad imprudence,"
said one of them between his teeth.
"Yes," replied the other, "to run the
risk of dropping upon the pavement,
and crushing to atoms, such a lovely
pipe as that?"
Women Never Think.
if the crabbed old bachelor who ut
tred this sentiment could but witness
the intense thought deep study and
thorough investigation of women in
determining the bost medicines to keep
their faminles well, and would note
their sagacity and wisdoin in selecting
Hop Bitters as the best, and demon.
strating it by keeping their familes in
perpetual health, at a mere nominal
expense, he would be forced to ao
knowledge that such sentiments are
baseless and false.-Picayune.
Wnx they had finished the lunch at
Leadville. they asked the price. The
man in attendance said: "One piece
of pie, lifty cents; one cup of coffee,
twenty-five cents-seventy-five cents
each." One of the party -grumbled a
little about the price, whereupon the
old man behind the counter straighten
ed himself ip, folded his arms in a dig
ii1led manner and said: "Stranger,
look at me t do you suppose J am stay
ing out here for my health I"
Tux Latin term for cod-liver oil is
"oleum lacoris aselli." A doctor pro
scribed it for an old lady the other day,
and, as isual, in his prescription ab
breviated the terms, which read, "R.
Ole. Joe. As., cz Ill." A friend of the
old lady congtatilttedl her uponi her
restoration to health, when she said,
"Yes, it was that beautiful medicine,
the oil of jackasa, that brought me to
mily feet again.''
"WouLxn''r you like to have a bow?"
-aid the bold young archer as they
sauntuered down the field, and she mur
imured "Yes,'' and the absorbed archer
said, "What kind of a bow would you
proer?" She quivered a little as she
replied archly, "1 think I should pre
for yew," and then the young mtan took
It in, and although lie was an arrow
chested youth he went to the target
anid heaved a bull's sigh.
ONE hotir after an "old iniaster" had
pahited the name of a patent medicine
on a big rock, a cow came along, licked
it off, and died before sundown. When
the simple name of a medicine kills a
cow, human beings want to beware of,
the stuff itself. A cow was never killed
Iy licking the name of patent medicne
in a newspaper, and no other kind can
bo recoil mended.
A soLInf was sentenced, for dlesert
yn,t ae hIs ear cut off. After
underoingthe ordeal lie wvas escorted
out of the courtg'ardl to the Ltuno of 'The
Rogue's March. HIe then turned and
in mock dignity thus addressed the
musicIans: '"Gentlemnen, I thank you,
butt I have no0 car for music.'"
''LOOK a-here, wai," shouted a
disgusted custoijner in a WVashi ngton
restaurant; ''here's an old moustache
comb ini this pot-pie." "Never niind,
sir," said( the napkin Iirter, enlmly,
''just throw it under the table ; it ia an
AN INORMiOU,S TnuAFici.-Pittsburgh
boasts I ha t 849),7-16 bottles ofCGA RnOLINU
haye beeni sold withiin the last six
mioniths. This showvs that the great
army or baldheads will soon be reduced
to a corporal's guardl.
hlow maiiy men take the fatal step in
life wvithi the idea that they are getting
an angcl, and soon after marriage find
that they have nothing but a woman.
"'Maixuv 1' exclaimed an old lady
upon01 fIrst accing~ an eugraving of the
passage of' tihe Red Sea by the children
of Israel :"mereyc3 ! what a fa mily the
mani had1 !"'
A YOUNO fellow in Brooklyn tried to
frighten a iBrooklyn widow by appear
ing as her husband's ghost. ie is
dead16. We believe it was a flat Iron,
Tt accomplllishes its object so quickly
and so satisfactorily thiat its praises are
in the mouth of every mnother.. 'Weo
refer to Dr. ull's Baby Syrup. the re
medy for eihildlren's diseases. Sold for
"ONcE upon01 a thne'' a man met an 01ld
woman ini an Eniglishi town driving
several asses. 'Adieu, mother of asses,'
saId he. 'Adieu, my soni,' wvas the. old
TJ'uscuv are three kinds of hair :Bang
edi hair, baked hare and hair p)arted in
tihe middl(le. The first is tem(ier, tile
second more tend(er, the last bartenider.
Two (leaf rnuie were married the
other (day in Chenango county. N. Y.
it, is 1leas ig to thlik that 110 harsh
wordhs will ever pass between them.
'EGET1NE' is na:knowledged by all
classes of' people tc be the best and most
reliable blood pulriPoer in thle world.
COnAni".AiuLENEss anld a base ball
should 1'e boundless.
Two heads are bettar than one, but
not Oil the same11 pin:.
1)1n you over see a p)retty girl wvith a
neat waist basque it?
IT is never too hot for billiard balls
Bow r.n robbery-Chei altig at ten
THEa pupil of the eye has to be lashed.
Tnxi naked truth-A bear story.
TasAT PaoEPmu.-Cramps1Diar,s4a Asiatto .
(holera, and all Dowel A fection , with Dr.
ay' 'arive IBalsamri and yu will obtain
Methodis, *Oatletturg y. ta
fia the last "O ntral" that- you Wanta'
remedy for Sick Headache. If you
will use a remedy that you advertise ix
in your paper every week, I: am spre
you wil be greatly benefited thereby,
and I believe cured. I have been a
'ufferer from Sick Headache, I say
almost from infancy, and have tried
every remedy I could get, 'and never
found anything to do me any good un
til I used Simmons' Liver Regulator.
It has bee nearly three years since I
first used it, and I have not had Sick
Headache silce, and I have never used
but two packages and a half of the Reg
ulator. I had a sister last spring tiat
had from one to two spellsof dlolkHead
aches every week. I sent her half of a
package, and sie says she has not had
Itsince. I feel for any one that suffers
with that terrible disease, and I hope
Vou wil give it a trial.
0. 11. MoRRis, #rownsvllle, W. Va.
FRUIT FROM BARREN TREis.-A cor
respondent says: I wish to describe to
you a method of making fruit trees
bear, that I blundered on. Some fif
teon years ago I had a small apple tree
that leaned considerably. I drove a
stake beside it, tied a string to a limb,
and fastened it to the stake. The next
year that limb blossomed full, and not
another blossom appeared on the tree,
and, as Tom Bunier said: "It:set me
to thinking," and I came to the conclu
sion that the string was so tight that it
prevented the sap from returning to the
roots; consequently It formed fruit
buds. Having a couple of pear trees
thit were large enough to bear but had
never blossomed, I took a coarse twine
and wound it several times around the
tree above the lower limbs, and tied it
as tight as I could. The next spring
all the top above the cord blossomed as
white as snow, and there was not one
blossom below where the knot was tiod.
I have since tried the experiment on
several trees, with the same result. I
think It is a much better way than cut
ting off the roots. In early sutnier,
say June or July, wind a strong twine
%round the tree, or a single limb, and
le it, the tighter the better, and you
will be blessed with the result. Te
next winter or spring the cord may be
DoDBINS' Electric Soap, (made by
Cragin & Co., Philadelphia,) contains
nothing but the purest material, and
does tile work quickly, but without
Impairing the finest fabylo. Try it
IMPROV EMENT T H ROUG:I TI E MALFS,
rhe only practical miethod of te mnans
hat is within the reach of tile average
rarmer, of raising the standard of a herd
)f cattle, flock of sheep, etc., Is thro.ugh
pure blooded males. A made of this
1haracter may be bred to a considerable
number of fonales, and all of the off
spring will be brought more than half
way up from the level of tie dai to that
of the sire. The sire being pure bred,
will have the greater power to fix is
31haracterlstics upon the ofispring. If
Lime qualities of the Ayrsiire are desired.
it Is not necessary to buy a full herd o1
Ayrshires, but instead, a single pure
blooded bull, and.*with ordinary stock a
zood herd may be.produced, which iwill,
year by year, by careful selection, be
ioine more and nore desirable, and thus,
in the course of a short Line, at very vhlti
able stock may be built up at a compara
Lively small cost.
An Inifalible Hemnedy.
No longer like Job nood the afflicted millions
cry out: "Oh. thrat my grief were weighed
and my calamity laid in the balancol Ye are
forgere of lieu; ye are all physician. ot no
value." For an absolutely safe, reliable and
certamn oure for Piles, thme most exasperating,
painful of all diseases, has beent foralh by Dr.
i3ilsbee. Half a nillion of sufferers with pies
testify to the virtues of Anakosis. Physicians
of all schools endorse it and prescribe it3
500,000 persons have used it in all stages and
varieties of piles, arnd none without benefit.
It hras boon pronounced time "hmapplest medi
cal discovery of tile ago,"~ anid Dr. 8ilsbeo, an
experienced and scientific M. D. of 40 years'
piractico, .'a benefactor to his race." No renm
edy so simple and yet so Infallible as Anakesis
for Piles has been discovered. It is a happy
comnbinmation of the soothing poultice ofth
English. the instrument of the French,and the
curative medication of the American surgeons.
It affords immediate relief from ihe most ex
cruoiating pain, hmolds up time painmful tumors,
and ultimnately cures the worst cases of Pieos.
Samples of ''ANAxuams" are sent free to all
sufferers on application to the sole manufao
turers, Messrs. P. Neustaedter & Co., Box
8910 New York. Also, sold by druggists every.
whore. Price $1.00 per box.
"I Aan All Played Out"
Is a common complaInt. If ou fool so. Ret a
package of Kidney-Woi~t armZ take it and you
will at once feel 1 s tonmie rower. It renews
the hmealthmy action of time kidnoeys, bowels and
liver, and thus restores tihe nmatural lifo and
strength to Lihe weary body.
A Really Valuable Little Volume.
Worcester's Quarto D)iotionary is the sian
dard authority of tihe masjority or tihe seholars
of America anrd England, amnd from It this
abridgement hams beon m nist carefully corn fled.
It. containms biesides an illnstrated vocabulary
of over 18,000 words, lists of foroign words
and phlrases, abbroviatons, rues for spelling.
numnermcal tables, etA. ThepIublisimord willsond
hi work by mail oni receipt of thme price, 68
A Valumable Glit Free.
A book on the Liver, its diseasea amnd their
reatnient sent free. Includinmg treatises umpon
river Complaints. Torpid Liver, Jaundice,
Liliousnoss, hIeadachmo, Constipation, Dyspe
dia, Malaria, etc. Address Dr. Sanford,1
Broadway, New York city, N. Y.
The V'oltaic felt 0o., Marahall, Mieh.
Will send thleir celebrated Elootro Voltalo
[Bte to the afihicted upon 80 days's trial.
Ipeody cures guaranteed. They mean what
hmoy say. WrIte to them without, delay.
Th_e Ony Remedy
That Acts at the Seme TIme on
o Liver, The Bowels and The KidneTs
TMAl combi ned action glesit tonderf
Wh Are We Sc?
Because soe allowo these great organs to be
ne C~qsd or torpid ad polao,ou. hu
Mhould '>e eepelled aaturally.
Bilioeness, Pile., Cesipation KIdney
Coamplfats and Diseases, Weak.
neanes and YNervous Diserders.
by aus,n free aetion of ihese organs an
res oin ohru,erto irowl' dsass.
Why termented with lIles C'onmati utoln
Wh frightened overdlcorAered K Idueym I
* Why lhave sleepleas nighsi
Vso IDNY WOT (nd refoice inm
health. It is a dry, t'egetable compound andl a
Onepaheage wll make als teor Medsiae.
(etitUof your Druggist, he toilt order it -
' 77 7 A EAiRiamm expens~e.To a..
OutAt Free. Addresa P.0
VloRERiY. Augusta, Maine,
Pu ba het lood, nbovates and,
s1gorates the whole Syst.
1TMVDIClNAL PROPERTIES ARR
Altewstivet Tonie* Solvent
WtIve to made exclusively from the NMI
OfO et y-selected bark".rots ani IkerWs bAl
so stroagvy concentrated 4 atit wit O ffoctusl3i
radtoaerOm the system ever RIa,ot seroe
ermaV O caue- n. V
poZ ueso Se aiS cop anyo
1*k%q1a e s s at tho:64oseoln alles
heMbOS, ha l ofme E . et.
i I n pbmat, prryibeau and
liql re 'bfa rompe oikn
sant ab A Lduran PU ly be -lad e re
11r.. B o 10,s.
#1Vftere nd rtive blis"'q.Ot tile
Verm,udt06INX hastnever failed tq e24e1,ra
RJRan"er IaStel 1 3
For Paine is the bylt, iney Complaints,
Dtps FnaIff eaknessl. LOecorrho6a, arising I
M11MIYUrenal u iceratton and uterine diseaf
and General Debility. YBORTIN ats directly
bo cAuQ~ses of these complaints. It iUTg.
rae jM thgens the whole system, toots
MEMa tile Bearetve organs. allays InflaminktIon
olures ulceration and regulates the bowels.
For Catarrh CpEl, abtlal Oativeeess
*alpitation o? the neart, Headache, Plies, Nerv,.
eens and General Prostration of the Nervous
Snstem, no medicue ha* ever ivan such aper.
atisfaction as the VEGTI NZ. It pur Aes
the blood, cleanse all of the organs, and pou.
gess ad cotolling power over the nervou
The remnarkcable cures effected IIT Vecotine
h~ave Induced mitny physloLans and Spo hoca.
nies whom- we know, to prescribe and use it l.a
tbeir ownt families.
In fac, Vegetlno Is the beet remedy yet d1l.
00OereMor the above d1gemes, and Is the only
reliable BLOOD PURIFIER yet p4oe. before
11o, Be XTEVENNe Bostorn,, mass,
VRgetine Is Sold by all Druggists.
Servo an Inuction on Mauease
By Invigorating a feeble constitution, renovat
1Dg a debilitated physique and enriching a thin
ant innutritlous circulation w h Hosteter's At
rtomaol Bitters. tio finest, the most highl th
sanctioned, and the it, popular tonic aun u
preventive In exitence. ForsAeby a Drug
AOEts N otNTeNllt
brysrh rntry8 aadhito
a eNt i arn'sh wo esstras.a e
DIMES VIMUSIC IOO
Foy Wigh doQh0918,
he Welcome Chorus. 01.W
,TIM. Du,m. 4usi out.
Ioreautiorp dr XMna.
eoms of English Song
iluster of Gems; "-*-e.*
istriental 26fid Volu&es of Sheet Muso.
I the same prioe. ;
ror tuSAy 9oool 0onventions.
/hite Robes. (sota.)
'By Ass and Mfti*s. Very popular.
for 0hoire, CorventUoM, Sliglig laWaes.
o1e of Worship. 11.) 1. 0. KBRCON.
he Temple. (0.> By w. 0. PRKNL
Examine for your Fail Olasses.
ror, Amateur Performers.
rer. (1 on). nells or 'orne,lle,
Fintaos. (doe), and many other
o"and 4( Utatas98.
khr book sent, poft froo, for the retail price.
liver Ditson & Co., Boston,
J. U. DrrMON.- 0 co.,
NUM8 Chestant Ssre% PhladelphIa.
(A Medicine, not a Drink.)
HOPS, BUORU, MANDRAKE,
AND Tas PuaT AxD BsT MiDIOALQUAL..
TIRS OF AL" QTHZK DITT286.
An Diseases of tp 8tonlch, Bowels, Boo0,
Liver, Kfdney, a nd Urintkry organs, Ner.,
VoUBsneV Uesaand espeoally
$1000 IN COLD.
Will be paid for a case they will not cure or
help, or for anyttiftimpure or injurious
As,, your druggist for oBitrantr
tom before you sloop. Ruke me other.
D I. 0. is an absolute and irresistible cure for
Drunkenneas, use of plum tobacco and
SNND FoR 01NOULAR.
All aCZ!v'4a4Mby rgges
Hop Bitterm it Cob . Roete N. ronts.On
IREATWESTERN O WORK8,
40 Bond staemp for Osalt"e
ines.ShotGuns. Revolves.sent e. c.d. fre mation
REW Pbr any cua
t,%R,,D of BlIn
Immedu relief, cures cam
of long standing in 1 week,
and ardinaases in 2 dap.
CAUt " eall
,ap has on Iin b a I10 t onea and
0J1%.1t0.90. et us hit Ie a e6sold
'll E:.i t- .mtvalp MiLLan ILD.
MA"W. ar. and AtroRs.. aaa.&
itent Brokers' and Inventors'
latent Right sol at Private 8a1 and by Public
011111. Pitesuls 9b9taied amid dlearahea made oap
ILowest Terms. oJerepondenoo solicited. oI.
are snt OKI Application.
W39. CRAWSINAW, Nanager,
19 Arch street6 P1ILMADEMPA.,
o ndfd Chroo Int i RIDS nme
8welts J. KIKLaXIWukN. Y.
REPORT OF THE INSURANCE C1
ENN MUTUAL LI
The Result as Announced
THE PENN AT TIHE HEAD OF
Ispus-- P. i...,...d...............
En1 this Surplus there is nio ILiabi
THE PENN BEI (1
EXTRACTS FROM TI!a
JUSION TO POLIOY.HOLDERS..JmA, tiS
io.oder evine a uifform intention to 'ORt
AURACY OF ASJ00UNTS.-..JEvery t
IIEIT KIpTS.-g ne interest receip
Ixa otthe per cent, rsed by th titt san
G o s,8 cInoher twords, the Oomnpary has ma
n EISSo1heoere ofa total expna
vuar1 e balnce to. the credit of olichol
Department renEyauaIe ih ae
Is in eas to be lrghye~toe'a fir policiug were
edul verified, and satisfactory evidence found thi
me R D GE A/Ie L 0 T
TVE2 H LAOR
liT ( ONE ALNR WASLL
Arsetahe Dmoranctmissioner oisfe then
-eiat avaibe eity th paDen ofles th
wer. uselOo ite. hR do A
la Msend will ,u lnd hetht we e ue
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B us 1Cpt u e5 l rders swpa
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tgsoh a Imes ae aehprt ofrh cossnt
idtoetohe d isae ogans dtog effn
Swhich has aistrsed te moeara. fau
aDr Pire' me edical discovery ofc'urg.Sodb
ug Sin I sor,-l d Noae cused fta
you feel u hae
Theatle it lastoshe ?tas mdiaa,a
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TARTY 01 ONITAGLUG,
Be It Seateil'In The LInge or Stoanatebia
or nones, fteth or 2ees
CORRUPTING T1E SOI1DS AND VITIATI Q
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wen1 Backing Dry dou, Ancerous AffOc.
I tt colanlol . ot tile
W iOe nags, Tumors, Ulcers, skin and *
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Not only does the.$ a rllan netoIvent
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parance sad white bone-dust de ts, and
wen there is a pricktn, bu1ni sensation
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glts. PRIOZ ONE DOLLAR,
OVARIAN TUMOR OF TRN YEARS'.GROWTH
OURED BY DR. RADWAY'S REMDIBS.
one bottle ceptains more of the active prinol.
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'akenin Teaspntul doses, while ohear re
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IN FROM ONE TO TWENTY MINUTES,
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~e1 et e c taining no mercury, mineTie o5
DO0 serve th e following symptom reultn
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urn Disgust of Food, Fulmness or Weight in
he Stnacha, Sour Erutal Ions, Sinking dFlut
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on Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes. Pain In
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eat. Blurn:ng In the Perh.
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ok anr , ger o tibect of die ,es ahd
"Paln. anud True ,"
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d Others relating to different classes of D)18
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