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IB**®»«* In [Denver Tribune.} 1 *,?iîtte£ V MdMTÔf "'"I* 1 ThM ««*» 0 *"! *» re " 1 ' oun ' 1 : Til« ifp-ipi« ff° In oue continuous, ■ Hu wing flow— Ind I'ni the happiest of men: Î this the reneon 1 relste fsio so advertiser great r .,„ r 0 1 » a shop soro»» the way r wh«M ne'er Is heard a human tread. Where trade Is paralysed and dead. Wit ,^ram.»tomeraday. The people come. The people go, But ut-ver there, They do not kuow such a Shop iMsueath the ski«** SJgus« h« does not advertise. While 1 with pleasure contemplate " ad'Tartiner groat. That T ,,'rct of my fort uno lies MiutU met, which I may «Ute. Teo many tradesmen learn too late— if I have goods I advertise ! Then people come \ nd people go aslant streams, people know it, * I In* who hus good ware# to sell Will mirely advert 1M them well; \ud proudly I reiterate I Ain un advertiser great ! i'.'i li INOr.fWOLl. ON STAB ROl'TIW Characteristic Speech From the Lewd jug counsel for the Defence laKcrboll 1 # speech on Thursday. 1 the whole West was up en mas»o \ J, m In hand shouting "petition," why Ä 0 UM these defendants go to forging péti lle wanted the Jury to recollect that nothing to do with es I™ 5 ' . V A •he defendant» had nbUsblog mail routes; that Congress did dl that anil the prosecution hud threatened to lilt the curtain on Congre»«, too. This lt ;i said he, threaten» tho whole „n't If the Constitution weathers this norm It "HI I* I" I»«*. [Laughter.] In lidlcult- of govern - Mr. Bliss, he said: ho contemptible fellow who lives In nothing a the egotism of a little ,bit town. Some peoplo really tbluk thnt Sew York nup|>ort* the country. It prou dly never enu red the mind of Mr. UIIsb 4,1 thl- country supports New York, but It doe* lie talk» as if all the beef and mutton ,try grew In Central Park, and as wool from shearing lambs ni In of the CO U'wc got all Id Wall street. [Laughter.] He ridiculed Ike idea of productiveness being a con juration, and »poke, among other things, af the payment of $800,000 a year for ttrryir.2 the overland mall, which was *ed a thousand pounds lu weight. Some letters had cost $000 each. And yet, nil he, some poor, intoguided ai?lii have stood at that time gored talking 1 about productiveness. [Laughter.] The mall Is not carried because i pays, but because, there are American dteeus to be served. The post office is not »miser, but a national benefactor. There in twenty-one States in which the mail Is tirri- d at a los»; ten territories in which intsuntiftlly nothing ia reeelv*d in return, and one district —tlio District of Columbia— is which the mail is delivered at a loss of fW.iixi a year. The mail Is carried iu Kausas st a lose of $:J50,000 a year, and Kanaan ban 100 , 000.000 bushels of wheat for sale. Good! Itm willing to send letters to such people. Tie mail is carried in Nebraska at a loss of It you have never been in Ne braska you have never felt the wind blow; jouhave felt nothing but an atmospherical A blizzard in Nebraska will blow ibole out of the ground. Go out there and try a blizzard and you will be willing to hire the mail carried to anybody who will aille there. He gave the prosecution notice no living ina fbo«c testimony the defense feared. There tu a living lawyer who had the genius to like perjury do harm to the defense. There tm only oue way for the prosecution to fcrpriM- him, and that was by doing a kind to?. [Laughter.] If passion and preju 4» ami falsehood were left out of this case I ite- would be uothiug left of It, and if f fi» Mr. Bliss' speech were taken all the Mit'H he made iu the law aud in the Ä# there would be ifotbiug left to answer. BOtt* attorney ai.d com v to go on. There I llrorailed Silk Handkerchiefs. Beautiful goods at 50 ceuta each. Crosby UHill's, No. 220 and 222 Market street. Open every night this week. I!« « .snake Fancier Died. 'Pie vein nd Prcfts.J InJcrhill, the snake man, had «e for fliiakc* bites. He liberated a to rattlesnake from a bail into a pit. The chickens. U anti uderhill ■k- druck t iwrt'l a little of ilia antidote on the wound ^nt'ol the fowls, which recovered, but other dfe«l. He made the antidote sue «lui a score of times. His suakes were '• liât li at last, however. On one of his tanken sprees lie turned them all out in a I behaved so madly, throwing them »und tliat no one dared enter, in the ■uniing, nearing no one stir and unable to ^ In in by calling, the door was broken iVniDd he was found dead, with one of Jiargust of his carpet snakes beneath his puldtTN.a* he lay on his back on the floor, 1*1 marks of numerous wounds from the p lle '" fangs on his face aud neck. He Improbably fallen across the snake (which I*dead when they were both discovered) Mioout midnight,that being the time when r lafet heard to move. LARGEST RCTAIiTsTOCK «F DRY GOODS. Straw nmixiE Ä Clothier, I.EU8 in Dry Goode Exclusive!. r, Ehiutu and Market Streets, Philadelphia. Dm "liittier Outlived Them l'otli. York Herald. John (ireenleaf Whittier, tho age«l poet, ih jMtraight and slender, and Ills forehead ■ !tr y high, rising massively into a region ! p mow-white iiair. The face ami head in ! W^Niiice are almost Semitic. His religion j habits are those of the Quakers. •« writer of this paragraph remembers bayard Taylor (with ruddy rugged lï' a,, î l William Culleu Bryant (wltii 'till boyish and with an elastic step) IJU? tevcrnl years ago that they feared must .h, ion loio Whittier ; but they are with ufi, while tlie Quaker i»oet a, I'resb as the. roses that little school ^daily take* to his home. \ kioi, Ik For Thick IleniU, j, jttomachB, bilious conditions, "Wells' JJj Apple i'illa" anti-bilioua cathartic. 10 *8 rents. An Eloping Adventure. T Miertnau Courier. ] other day a young couple, who had J« were followed by the old mau and pftakuij at Allen, a short distance from , llas ) who took the young lady from her .w and placed her'in charge of a lady Z}® upon whom lie thought he could rely, C he went to visit some friends. While j. c ruel lather was away some friends of man took his affianced out for a F&y fide, when the young man appeared (»A 8Ce ho and the eloping parties left for w here Dr. Carpenter united the lie between them and made Miss nçr Mrs. James Turner. i Hliinny Men. Lj e JI 8> Health Renewer" restores heatth C^:^f UrC8 ny 8 j>cpsia, Impotence, P Holiday Présenta. l*itfl 0 J tkatei * 11,1 kinds of choice cutlery and l»ûrtk? cst * le Place to get your money's Ut . . Ilt J - V- Carlisle & Co.'s, 303 Mar IViH, * y°u bu y Leioro iuspecting 'arge stock you will make a great mis ' Mr 1 »rmer» and Others by lucrative agency business, if-.. 1 . 10 W a day ean be earned,send On lt p utonce , on postal, to H. C. Wilkin- Vk. ' lyr> anrt 107 Fulton street New Im » Holla. < 011 , î t y ^ ®}M arc showing a large Hue of low N°. 320 and LAST m«HTH NEWH IN It KIEV. The Mount Tom Thread Mill Compatit'« mill «nd office«, In Bprlnfffleld, Mas»., burned yeaterday. Loat, *50,000. The Brownsville cotton factory, at Browns ville, Tennessee, was burned before daylight yesterday morning. Lons, *75,000. The village of Empire, on the 1'anama railroad In Central America, was recently destroyed by dre. Los», *100,000. Chinese merchants are the principal sutfererr. A Are in Birmingham, Connecticut, yea terday mornlli).', destroyed llallock'a hard ware store and Bassett's paper box »hop, with two small storehouse». Loss, *50,000. Policeman Joseph Lanktree was arrested In Bau Francisco on Thursday night, charges of burglary. He had stolen * 5,000 worth of raw silk from a car of the Central Pacldc railroad. A deputy collector of Internal revenue Thursday night raided ui>on tillery In Cumberland county, Tennessee, destroyed the still and 150gallonsof whisky, and made two arrests. ■ two Illicit <1B Two women employed as cleaners by the New York CcntraKTtallroad Company were run over by a «witefc englue lu the depot in New York, yesterday morning. Their In juries are believed to be fatal. lu a quarrel about one cent, near Newton, North Carolina, yesterday morning, Jouaa Hefner drove a knire Into Alfred Sigman's head, and two Inches of the blade broke off and remained In the wound. It Is feared Blgman will die. Hugh '.Sutherland of Whitehall, New York, was yesterday awarded $15,000 damage» In the Circuit Court at Jersey City, for having both arms and a hip broken by an accident on the Jersey City and Bergen horse railroad In July last. Argument was begun yesterday lu the Superior Court In New Vork city on a mo tlou to make permanent the injunctions re straining the police from pre.ventlng "sacred" concerts on Sunday, and from In terfering with museum«, aquariums and several storekeepers, under the Sunday closing clauses of the new penal code. Decision was reserved In all the eases. Preliminary procmlings were had iu the Supreme Court ut New York city yesterday, In the suit of F. L. J .ou bat, for reinstate ment in the Union Club, from which he wai expelled for "conduct unbecoming; a gentle man." Tho treasurer of the club was aaked: "What conduct on the part of Mr. Loubat was improper prejudicial to the club?" Tills was objected to by the club's counsel, and the Judge reserved his decision. Economy, Headquarters for weather-strips is at J. V. Carlisle & Co's, No. 303 Market street. We all know the advantage of weather strips; how they exclude the cold, wind, rain and dust, and how they will pay for and over again in a very . If themselves short time by the saving In coal alone you haven't them you had better get at once. No. 303 Market is the place. tl en KIDNEY-WORTI I HAS BEEN PROVED The SUREST CURB for KIDNEY DISEASES. Doe« a lame back or disordered urine lndi a victim l* THEN DO NOT .(drug action oate that you HESITATE; use Kidney-Wort at _ gbits r000m monel it) arid it will speedily 10 00mo the disease ar.d restore healthy e Ladies. to your sox, such as pain and wcaknossos, Kidney-Wort is unsurpassed, os it will act promptly and safely. Either Sex. Incontinence, retention of urine, brick dust or ropy deposits, and dul 1 dragging pains, all speedily yield to its curative power. 43- BOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS, price 81. aMI.KIAWl.lAl Pm t £ < ^DAMS AND BROTHER, No. 504 Market Street, —CHEAP— Cash Variety Store. TOYS, DOLLS & MASKS, DRY GOODS • HOSIERY NOTIONS, LADIES' A GENTS' UNDERWEAR, BOOTS, SHOES & RUBBERS CROPKKRY, TIN. Ills Aas WARE, BAG, Il KM l*. INGRAIN AM) rtTAIU ( AHI'KT. STAIR RODS, CURTAIN», of Lumps. I.unterns, 'able ami l'ocketCut d cheapest 11 l.MtgCbl Vases in . ___ variety. lery. Express Wagons,Veloclpedvs.ToysofaJl de scriptions, Dolls, Doll-Heads, Doli-Bodles. Doll Carriages. The largest, cheapest and best line of end!« BABY CARRIAGES In the Stato. —»OLK A.l.NW - HARPER'S BAZAR PATTERNS. It will pay y Of RO'xls .nd price, pep TABLE, STAIR AND FLOOR OIL CLOTHS. I-id-12-45-'lV-* to call and examine our variety purchasing. JOHN DAVIS & SONS, 736 Arch Street, Phila. IMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURERS (WUOI.F.HAI.K AND RETAIL) ! ! j I F U R S F I N E A FULL LINE OF S R A. L AND Fur-Lined Garments, ON HAND AND MADE TO ORDER. Special Attention Paid to Fitting and Lengthening Seal Sacque». •s and Children's FURS, •9, Ladies'. Mi of all kinds. Sole manufacturers of Gei DAVIS' PATENT HAND PROTECTOR, The onlv article ever mad«« that wiU keep yt_ hwads warm while rtilvliijc In cold weather. UOC13-1-00 Send a rough «ketch or a mndel of vour Invention to ORORGIS E. LEMON, Wa.liinaton, 1). C., »nd a Prcllmlnarr Eaamluation will lie made, without , Charlie, of all United Bt.tesnuent. of the same class of inventions and you will b« advised uot a patent can be obtained, ryou are advised that your invention la P^ng b "; seud »20, to pay Government fee of »1.» and »5 tor drawing« required by the Government. J", 1 ??' able when application la made. When allowed, the attorney's fee (»2*'») ami the Ünal Government fee that vour invention is patentable udImb tt SßSSSSfes« lln,t 0f r«,u"' 35kiS? rn thTS'mÄon" of Patent. ü7at1,e r"oïnUe Gsonor. E. Lrao«. of îîfïuSSÂSfl SperafIon since 1865, and reference can be KM 1 « mm thaï george e. lemon, a«.™.r A "" iC " U Sift Fifteenth Street, WASHINGTON, D. ft Msntion this paper. of OLOTMJM ». k\ M ft*. Yftj a jj Esrr % 37 ALTERATIONS. Our clothing is made to fit the average shaped man, but many purchasers require change such as lengthening or shorten ing sleeves, shaping the back or shoulder, ete., etc., which to accommodate our customers we are always ready and will ing to make. We do this al together at our expense and for the work employ the most experienced talent secure. we can A. C. YATES & CO., LEDGER BUILDING, Chestnut and Sixth sts. PHILADELPHIA. STOUKOPKN EVERY EVENING Til IS WEEK. aepJ3t)an~84 QUR ASSORTMENT —OF OVERCOATS r ä 3 V \ Cannot be beaten, either in Style, Goods or Price, for Men Children. Youths' Boys' or Itock bottom prices and all clothing guaranteed as repre sented at John H. Moore's 228 MARKET ST. —THE— OLD AND REL1ABIÆ CLOTHING HOUSE. Full lines ol all kinds of Goods lor Winter wear, to-day and examine them. novlltjanl-lßfi Call $50,000 for $2. GRAND EXTRAORDINARY 51 st HOLIDAY DRAWING OF THE q oM monweaith Distribution Co. in the city of LOUISVILLF., Saturday, December 30th '82. of of be on the Inrt day of reell mnnlh fShnday» ..rented), W.htio eapltal Dri»e lor tills month >nlv* Keaealed hdludlcatlcm hy Föderal amt dale Courts have j,fared this comnauj, bejond the controversy of the law. To this font pally ♦clonks tho. sole honor „I hn vin» Inaugurated the onlv plan hy which their drawni((b are oroven honest and lair hejoud question. X »II.— Tim Company has now on hand a large capital and reserve fund. Read carefully the list of prizes for the DECEMBER DRAWING. ,. .»50,000 ... 10,000 ,.. 5,000 ... 10,000 ... 10,000 ... 10,000 ... 10 , 0(10 ... 13.000 ... J 0,000 ... 2,700 1 Prize 1 Prize I Prize.—.. wrrt/cs, i.TOlhaf. 20 " 500 100 JJ 20 " » 1,000 [imation 300 " App 200 " 100 " , 8 C 0 I 6 9 »132,400 WHOLE TICKETS, »2. HALF TICKETS, »1. 27 Tickets, »50: 55 Tickets, »100. «SSï&nfeÂ- ssaaS oïïZîo B. M. »OABUMAlf, tW^Journat BullälUK. Louisville, Ky. «.*■' »W-IT« 1,960 Prizes U ft bl LI Q COM VMALUMS. THE COSMOPOLITAN. A T 2De V . SKflOND, ON CHRISTMAS DAY Venison Lunch- ! Branched Peaches ! and Egg Nogg. H A IT B E K , A. PROPR1KTOB. WE HOlit) IN STORE AND IN U. S. /▼f RONDKD WARJIMLOUMFÆ pure rye whiskies froilr tH«oVolHwi'ng celebrated Ufa nov24-3m-ï0 tUlcrles A. O verholt A Co., Jahunir 1*79 am A. Gunki-nlielmer A Hro., May 1879. John Gibson. Hon A Co.,May 1879 and June UdO. Hanoi« Distilling Co., August 1879. Sherwood, November 1879 and June 1880. N «versink (Heading, Pa.,) February, 1880. Mt. Vernon, May, 1880. The above a.»ads will be sold either In bond or the lowest market rates. Samples at this store. NO. 103 MARKET' STREET, my 8-20 c 1880. tax paid at may be FRANCIS KELLY A CO. QRANGE GROVE PURE RYE WHISKY. —IN FACT— THE PUREST. RICHEST AND BEST RYE WHISKY EXTANT. By the gali bottle. JAMES A. KELLY qU!lll ffich Absolutely pa re rye. A reliable stimulant 9. W. COR. TENTH AND ORANGE STS. mv5-ly-25 Uniform In and delicate In flavor. and safe tonic. PTH HESftll L 1 \r m — JOHN P. JK)NAHOE, AND SOLE AGENT OF WILLIAM MASSEY A CO.'S PHILADELPHIA Ale, Porter and Brown Stout, —ALSO— e Celebrated Bartholoumv Rochester Beer. unequalled for purity and on hand in kegs or Mineral water# in all the durèrent flav —BOTTLER OF she. brewings flavor; constantly bottled. 517 AND 519 ORANGE STREET, WILMINGTON, DEL. eS^Pollte and accommodating drivers. Orders oy mail promptly attended to. He Is also connec ted with the Telephone F.xchange. and his signal id -myl-18 WJUBLNMJtPtS WRE. ■ (SAFE MM a cause. Its origin Is effect, within ; Its manifestations without. He the illscas**. the n. a other WARNER'S CURE Is established realizes that DlseaM to be removed, ever be effected. Iu KIDNEY AND LIVEB >u lust this principle. SAP È 95 Per Cent. rteranged khlneys and er, ami It strikes at once at the root of tbeotffl culty. The elements of which It Is compose«! directly upon these great organs, both as aud restorer, aud bv placing them In a healthy condition, drive disease and pain lYom the system. For the Innumerable troubles caused by healthy Kidney. Liver and Urinary Organs ; fo the distressing Disorders of Women ; for Malaria, and for physical derangements generally, this great remedy hasuoequal. Beware of imposters, imitations and concoctions 'aid to bejustasgood. For Diabetes, ask for WARNER'S SAFE DIA BETES CURE. For Sale by all dealers. of all diseases 11 V a food H. H. WARNER A (X),, ROCHESTER, N. .. THE public is requested care A FULLY' to notice the new and enlarge«! scheme to We drawn monthly. ^CAPITAL PRIZE, 175,000.-©* Tickets, ouly #5. Shares In proportion Louisiana State Lottery Co. supervise the arrangements lor all tho Monthly and Semi Annual Drawings of The Louisiana Statu Lottery age and control the "Wc do hereby certify that Company, andin pc Drawings themselves, and that the same ducted with honesty, fairness, andin good fa'tli toward all parties, tilts Cl d w thorize the •rtltlcate, with fac-slmlcs of in Its advertisements." pan y t«* ou signatures attache 1st loners. Incorporated in 1868 lor 25 years toy the Legisla ture for Educational ami Charitable purposes— with a capital of fl.000,000—to which a reserve fund of 8550.1*0 has since been added. , dining popular vote itf- franchise part of toe presentBtate Constitution adopted December £d, A. D.. 1879. The only Lottery ever voted on and cndorstMl bv the people of any Htate. 'It never scales or postpones. ITS GRAND SINGLE NUMBER DRAWINGS take place m A U SFLENDII> OPPORTUNITY TO WIN A FORTUNE. FIRST GRAND DRAWING, CLASSA, AT NEW ORLEANS, TUESDAY! JANUARY 9tlr, 1883.— I53d Monthly Drawing. By r Capital Prize, $100,000. 100,000 TICKETS AT FIVE DOLLARS EACH. FRACTIONS, In FIFTHS iu PROPORTION. LIST DU PRIZES: 1 CAPITAL PRIZE 1 CAPITAL PRIZE 1 CAPITAL PRIZE 2 Prizes «»I 5 Prizes of 10 Prizes t f 20 i'rizee of 100 Prizes of 30 Prizes of Ä00 Prizes of 1,000 Prizes of ...» 75,000 ... 25,000 ... Hi, 000 .... 13,000 .... 10,000 .... 1 *, 0()0 .... 10,000 rt, 000. 2 , 000 . 1 , 000 . 300 ono i !ooo APPROXIMATION PRIZES: •I Approximation Prizes of »750. ... »6.750 : n J 3 0 1,907 Prizes, amounting to..$2»5,bOJ Application for rates to clubs should only he made to the office of the-company in Now Orleans. For further information, write clearly,giving full address. Send orders by express or Regis tered letter, or Money Order, adureeseri ouly to M. A. DAUPHIN, New Orleans, La. Or, M. A. DAUPHIN, ... fi07 Seventh Street, Washington, D. <\ dec JO-d, 3 irnuriui gUBBCRIBB TCP THE SUNDAY STAR. ■» U ADVERTISE IN THE SUNDAY STAR, u -THE Only Sunday Newspaper -IN WILMINGTON. All the Local -AND Telegraphic News 1 Strictly Non-Partisan. SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES AS AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM. "THE STAR V Is served to subscribers roughout the city early on Sunday momingB at the moderate price of TWELVE CENTS A MONTH.PAYABLE AT THE END OF THE MONTH. SINGLE COPIES, THREE CENTS ADDRESS J. B. BELL NO. 502 KINO ST MiaCMZLAJfJBOirS. A REPLY TO OUR CRITICS. Clothiers have said to us repeatedly this month that it was folly to sell fresh, well-made and merchantable Clothing at such prices as we are offering. We dissent. For others it might be folly; for us, wisdom. We are not forcing old stock,nor fighting a declining trade, nor losing much money. On some few lots prices are below cost, but the great fact of this December Bar gain Plan is that we are giving our customers the benefit of our position and facilities in creating bargains, and we are aote to do it mainly without loss. Two New Bargains To-day. No. 17.—587 Men's Pantaloons at $3. They are excellent all-wool kerseymere and quite heavy. Have style enough in the making for double the price. No. 18.—67 Men's Suits at $15. They are Pomeroy cassimere of best quality and all-wool. Reduced from $20. The condition of the following indicates the working of the Bargain Plan : No. 1.—Men's $10.00 Overcoats. All told, about 1,000. In stock to-day, 324. No. 2.—Men's $12.00 Suits. Has had 460. In stock to-day, 199. No. 10.—Men's $12.00 Overcoats. Total, 179. In stock to-dav, 113. The details of the long lines of Bargains cannot be given. Men and Boys may find about $40,000 worth of Overcoats and Suits in the special Bargains and a half-million dollars more in the best Clothing and at the least prices. W AN AM AKER & BROWN, OAK HALL, SIXTH AND PHILADELPHIA. MARKET, E. C. G. GREENMAN & CO, 411 MARKET STREET AND 408 SHIPLEY STREET. In connection with our large and well selected stock of Wall Paper and Window Shades, we are displaying a large and elegant stock of Holiday Goods, which have been selected with great care. Our stock includes Dinner and Tea Sets in every style ; Hall and Library Lamps ; Bronze and Bisque Figures ; ornaments of every descrip tion. Also a full line of Glass and other wares, etc*., etc., which we will sell at very low prices. Do not tail to call aud examine eur stock before purebsing elsewhere. E. C. G. GREENMAN & CO., E. C. G. GREENMAN. dec»-tts-l f «0 GEORGE W. GOODLEY. FOR THE HOLIDAYS ! WE HAVE A FINE ASSORTMENT OF CONFECTIONS PUT UP IN HANDSOME BASKETS AND BOXES, Which are particularly desirable for a preseut at this season of the year. f Attention is invited to our large variety of fine CAKES, which we pleased to serve in large or small quantities. Persons desiring the BEST and FRESHEST can always be accommodated. Ladies and Gentlemen visiting the city will find our DINING ROOM supplied with all the delicacies of the season at reasonable prices. G. BYKON MOBSE, 1300 CHESTNUT ST., PHILA. dccl2-tts-2m-2S S. F. WHITMAN & SON'S FINE CONFECTIONS -AND INIMITABLE CHOCOLATES ! CROFT, WILBUR & CO.'S Hine Candies. Store Open Every Evening This Week ! J. P. ALLMOND & CO EIGHTH AN D MARK E T. REMOVAL ! From S. W. Cor. to E. Cor. Fifth and King Sts. WHERE WE HAVE OPENED A NEW Steam Marble and Granite Works. •9 Our Wareroom Contains the L.rgest and Choicest Selection of MONUMENTS, STATUARY, TOMBS, MANTELS, ETC., Ever offered in Delaware, made expressly for our new wareroom from tke newest designs and at the lowest prices. DAVIDSON & BRO. Dr. CLARK JOHNSON'S yr Indian Blood Syrup I Cures all diseases of the Stomach, Liver, I Bowels, Kidneys, Skin and Blood. I Millions testify to its efficaoy in hecl- ling the above named diseases, and pro- nounce it to be the - BEST REMEDY KNOWN TO MAN. Guaranteed to cure Dyspepsia. MTA GENTS WANTE Laboratory 77 W. 3d St, New York City. Druggists sell it TRADE MARK