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THE BEST, THE LAI GEST, the Cheapest Weekly Paper. Published. NOW IS T'il 'T'i11E TO The St. Louis Timcs. Daily, Stzhday, Tri-Weekly and Weekly. TIll Leading Democratic Paper WEST OF TIlE M1SSI.1'PPI. , The ST. 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No subscriptions received before De cember 1, 1874, nor after March 31, 1875. will be added to Premium lists. Under the uew postal law, taking effeet January 1, 1875, the postage omi newspa Pern is required to be pirepaid by the publishers at the time of ,imailing, thus r lieving the subscribir of the necesnsity of paying at his postottice the quarterly postage as heretofore. , Postage Prepaid by Pablishers. The nunprecedented enecess with which the Times has nmet, since its establish ment, is convincing evidence that the people of the West and South, fully ap preciate the efforts of a journal, which, in addition to its enterprise as a news paper, hasthe courage to boldly declare and constantly maintain the principles of its political faith. The puhlic journal mostly deserving of lDemocratic- support is the one that, in addlition to being a full and faithful and consistent advocate of Democratic prin ..iples. A Democratic newspaper is the 3eqnpaPer for Demoeratns to support, andt se idea sometimes sought to be lucilea ted by those who have an interestof their own in doing so that the people nmat go tntside their party orgaln to "find the news," is absurd arnd irritional. There ib no sort of incompatibility whatever between the political and non-political journal as to the matter of news; lalitny of the papers rnow publishei thI; onghoaut thie eontry, mnd esjiecially valuable for .heiamunast and variety of their intel ii~enee, eingg also known fotr thie ability and aearematltess withl which they cham ron their peculiar party views. "Hence all tlhing else being equIal, it is manifest ly the daty of Democrats to littit their newspaper patroliage to such as are of thetir ow way of timiuking, and nat to arratler their means on those tluat Wage constant wairfare upon their established rc011 Vitious. It is our desire to see the.Times in the I hand of all Iemuocrats, asd every well- I wisher of the Government throuaghout thei laud,and in order that this may ec done, we are now offering the following extraortioary inucanlcentts to tlhose who will iiterest themselves and eact in the ciapacity of cltbs agents for the Timaes I throughout the country. The Tiumes is under thim editorial mani- I Sgemient of ST.soN IlIUTC~urs, one of its1 Ftuniders, Lassacilted with Joux N. ED- I WARDs8 and R. I. SIt.vssTu, r hlo are well and fivorably knowna to the Demne raey of the Northwest, in charge of a 3 irge and capable staff ofr writers and re .p~rters. DAILY. oIncluding the "Malamoth" Sunday Edition, containing "All the Newsa. Daily-Soven Papeta per week, per year,msiaigle sttuberiptloi, by mail )8 00 3ally-Inm clubs of ive or Irmore, per year, each salcriptioun, by mail 750 TrI-WEEKLY. 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Editorial articls upoln all the current topics of the day. The Agricullturist will always find the Tinmes a paper suited to his wants. Sulport your owI llnewsplaper. Now is the time to subsecibe for the Times. Subscribelrs to the Times :honhll send thlehir money, by postollice order or ex press, to tlhe aLddlress of TIMES COMPANY. St. Louis Mo. WILD OATS. PROSPECTUS FOR 1875. Cliampion. American Conmie Paper ! Illustrated by at corps of the best Ameri can artists, anid contr'ibuted to Iy the ltmost popular humorists and satirists of the day. Wild Oats now enters succe'ssfuilly up on the sixth year of its existence, and has become tI heestalblished humorouns land satirical plaper of the coulltrt. It was started andl continued tlhe first year as a mlonthlly, then, to altisfv the tdehmanld of the public, it was changed to a fortnight ly. Still continuing its good work of hitting folly as it flies, and showing up the lpolitical and social slamen by its masterly cartoons 11and punigent ceditorials, it achievetd event g'reater success than before, and was recognized ias the ablest and brightest of its class. Since then we have yielded still fiurther to the public demand, and now publish Wild Oats weekly! It has literally grown into its present shaptme on its intrinsic ni rits, be lng the first successful weekly humorous paper ever publisled in this country. Among the artists especi:lly engaged to furnlisl illustrations for Wild Oats are Frank Bellew, Thomns Worth Hllopkins, Wales, Shelton, Wolf, Jump, Keettels, Stuckhalirdt, Day, Polanlld, and several otlhers who are yet known to fame. Iu its literary de1paatmeuts Wild Oats will, as it always has, stand alone and unapproachable. At least one first-class serial story will always be found in its pages, hy the bt rous, ly til bist lllorous, satirical. and character writers in tile United States; while its sketches and squibs will be sparkling, original and pointed. Wild Oats will be first-class in every particular, and on this account may tbe taken into the best famtnilies without feari or suspicion. as no word or illustrationi will appear that can offend the most fas tidiots. I'VY S'etnd for a Sample Copy and Conrinee Youerselres. SLBSCRIPTION PRICE: One Year........................ $1 o Six Molths..................... 2 Oil Three Months................... 1 Oil Single Copies. ................. 10 Ally person senlding us .a club of five sulbscribers for one year will receive a copy gratis. Address, COLLINS & SMALL. Publishers, 113 Fulton Street, N'. Y. EVERY LADY SHOULD TAKE IT. THE CHEAPEST AND BEST IN THE WORLD. Postage Pre-Paid on all Subscription'. This lpoplmlar Monthly Magazine gives. more for the money thian any in thi world. For 1875, it will be greatly im proved. It will conitain One TLhounsandl Pages. Fourteen Siplendid Steel Pla;tes, Twelve Colored BQrliu Patterns, Twelve 'Mammtoth Colorel F'ishionsl, Nine HIun dril Wood Cuts, Twenty-Four Pages of Music. All this will be given for only Two Dollars a year, ppstltge prepaid by tile publisher, or a dollar less than Mag azines of the class I "k'eterson." Its 'THRILLING TALES AND NOV. ELTIES Are the best published anywhere. All the mollt popuIlar writer's iarlI: enmiloyeI to write originally "Peterson." IlII 187I., in aildition to the install qluantily of short stories. Five Original Copyrighlt Novel etta will ie given. by Mrs. Aln 8.'Ste phelts, Frank Lee B'nmedict, Jan, G. Aus tin Marietta 'lolley anId Daisy Ventlor. MAMMIOTH COLORED FASHION PLATES Ahead of all others These plates are etgrtaved'on steel. Twice the nmeal size, andl are' hiequuled for beauty. They will be superbly colored. Also House hol(d iald' other receipts; in slhort, every thing intterestilng to ladies. SUPERB PREMIUM ENGRAVING! To every person getting up either of Ihe tillowing clubs for Ii5 will be slent gnltis, a copy of our newv and spleantlid mltezzltint for fiarminillg, (size J1 inches by til, '"Washington's First interview with His Wife." This is a Five L)ollr.Euagra ving, amid the most desirat.le preniulln ever oftiered, For large clibs, as will be sen Ibelow, anll extr;a oply of Mazazine will bie senit in additon. TERMS (Always in Advance) $2.(00 n YEAIL. Postage rcpaid by Ithe Pblishlr. 2 Copies for................ . 3 60 3 " 40........... g 6 -................ 10 "OI 9 " ".................14 00 12 " "'................ 18 Ot~ Postages Prepaid o0 the Club, with a copyiy of thle lnperb inezlutilt (ILx26) "Walshilgton's First Interview With His Wife," to tle person getting up 'the Postate PFepaid on the Club, with both an edira cln, of the Miagazice and the superb Inezzotiut. "Washington's Firts interview With His Wife," to the per s.n getting up the Club. Address, post-paid. CHARLES J. PETERSON, 306 Chesnut street, Pa. l Specimens sent gratis if written for. THE BEST PAPER. TRY IT. POSTAGE FIREE. Beautifully Illustrated. The SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN now in its 30th year, enjoys the widest circula tion of any weekly newspaper of the kind in the world. A new volume comuencces January 4, 1875. Its contents embrace the latest and most interesting information pertaining to the Industrial, Mechanical, andl Scientifie Pro. gress of the World ; D, scriptions, with leantiful Engravings, of New Inventiois, New Process's, amnl Illproved Industries of all kinds; Useful Notes, Recipes, Sug gestions and Advice, by Practical Writers. for Workmen and Employers. in all the various arts. The SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN is the cheapest and best illustrated weekly pa per published. Every number contains fr'om 10 to 15 original engravings of new machinery and novel inventions ENGItAVI GS, illustrating Improve. ments, iDiscoveries, and Important Works, pertaining to Civil and Meehanica' Engi neering, Milling. Mining and Metallurgy; Records of the latest progress in the Ap plications of Stceaml, Steanla Engineering, Railways. Ship Building, Navigation. Telegraphy, Telegraph Engineering, Elec tricity, Magnetism. Light and Heat. FARMERS, Mechanics, Engineers, Inventors, Manufacturters. 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A special notice is ilmade inl the Scientific American of all Invention;s P'ateted through ti s Agency, with the nInme and resident of the Patentee. Patents arc often sold in part or whole, to persons attraetred to the invention by such notice. Send fer Panlhlet, Ili, i pages, laws and uUll di rections for obtaining Patents. Atdress for the Paper, or concerning Patents, MuxN & Co., 37 Park How N. Y. Bra;ch Ofice, cr. F a I. itht Sts. W;ashintoni, D C. Jany I1875.-1V FITS CURED FREE!! Any lprson sutlYring from the ahove disease in rtlnested to address Dr. Price, and a trial bottle of mtedicine will be forwarded by Express. FI'EE! The only cost Iceing the Express char ges, whichl owing to my large business, Dr. Price has made the treatment of FITS OR EPILEPSY a study for years, anald he will warrant a cure by the use of his renmedy. Do not fail to seanl to him for a trial bottle; it costs notlhig, and lie WILL CURE YOU, no matter of how lhng standing your case may be, or how many otlher reme dlies may have faiied. Circulars and testimoniola sent with FREE TRIAL BOTTLE. Be particular to give your Express, as well as your Post Ollice direction, and Address, Dr. Chas. T. Price, 67 William Street, New York. March 6.--ly. CONSUMPTION CURED, To the Editor' of T'e l'eopleas Vindicator: ESTREEMED FRIEN): Will yon please inform your readers I have a positive CURE FOR CONSUMPION and all disorders of the Throat and Lungs, and that, by its use in nmy prac tice, I have cured hundreds of cases, and will give $1,i00 00 for a case it will not benefit. Indeed, so strong is my faith, I will send a SAMPILE, FREE, to any smfllierer addressing me. Please show this letter to any olne youl may know whlo is iuffering from theme diseases, and-eblive, Faithfully Yours, Dr. T. F. BURT, 69 William St., New York. Msarch 6.-ly. Burdick's National HAY & FEED OUTTER, tham ma csoeto tms ms th m slate this matdes wohatllomoti, sat -- wni1wsmysna aothing '..; to sem thst a sUla4tteat lt th als SEMPL, BIIRGE a O., s- toa-ursrgsulmra.l Implesmsatom agl tiifLes in tHIfardwam WIslss asatin s toaperygej sath, SORGHUMI MCHINERY, CANE IILL8, EVAPORATING PAN S, FURNACES. APamphlets and Prices sent to parties applying, who will please mention In what paper thee say this advertisement. SElemple, Birge & Qo. 15 SOUTH MAI SI.,· 8 Ld PWI .Q a Dr. J. Walker's California Vinegar Bitters are a purely Veg. stable prepar ion, made chiefly from the native Iletis found on the lower ranges of the ;ierra Nevada moun tains of Calilbirnia, the medicinal properties of' which are extracted therefrom without the use of Alcohol. The question is almost daily asked, " What is the cause of the unpar alleled succe-cs of VJIxcAR t IT rERs f" Our. answer is, that they remove the jause of disease, and the patient recovers his health. They are the great" blood purifier and a life-giving principle, a perfect Reno vator and Inigorator of the system. Never before it the history of the world has a medicin been compounded pos. sessing the re arkable qualities of VnI EGAR ITTEs in healing the sick of every disease taau is heir to. They are a fentle Purg tire as well as a Tonic, relieving Cn stion or Inflammation of the Liver and' isceral Organs, in Bilious Diseases. 4 The properties of DR. WALK ia's VIYlOAR liTrrTRs are Aperient. Dia phoretic, Carnlinative, Nutritious, Lara tive. Diuretic. sedative. Counter- Irritant, Sudoritic, Alterative, and Anti-Bilious. VII(NEGAR IiTTr'l's the i,: ilir fill lnvigort hl';I t aever sustainedi the sinking systeil. No P'erstoi can take these Bit ters accor4ng to directions. and re main long ,inwell, provided their bones are not destroyed by miner;ai poison or other means, and vital or gans wgstedY urevolnd repair. 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J. \ALt.Rs'.s VINl:;IAR I1T:Erus,r as thyr will speedily renmovre the dark-colored iiscid nt:tterwith which the bowels are' loded, at:the saine time stimulating the secretiouts of the liver. and generall restoring the healthy func tions of the dligtstive irgigiis. Fortify the body against dis' ePase by hurmifying all its fluids with V txr(iA it r mI't s. Nat 'ithtlie caul take hol l': a st'stemll tl ,.s tlre.t arnwlm d. Sysypisiat or' indlieSt loh, I.+l,,i ache, P.ain mn the S.b'mhlerds. Coighs. 'T'ighttness of the Ciwst. ]l)izzinrs. Sour Ernetati.ns of the Stonlu-h. 1Il0 t'mmstn in the Month. Ililiou Altncks. 'alpitia tion of the Ih-art, Inflnamnmtilon of the Lungs, l'aint in the regilt of the Kihlters, and a Iulatlhed other pait'il sy,vli'tfr s, are the oll.prinugsof splle.lpsia. Omi hot tie will prove a better gunranltee of its mlerits thanll a lengthr ad vertis,,meut. Scrofula, or Jini's Evil, white Swellings, U leers, Eri:ipelas, Swelled Seek, Goitre, Scrofulolus Inlnnulmatiolns, Ildolent Ilnllanln:uations. MIercurial afltc-* tions, Old Sores, Ertuptions olf the Skin, Sure Eyes, ete.; In these, as in all other constitutional Diseases. W.A i.an's ViS ,oA IBllTTms have shown their great cur ative powers in the most obstinate aud intractable cases. For Inilammatory and Chronice Rllenmatismn , Gout, Bilious, Remit tent and lutermittent Fevers, liseases of the Blood, Liver, Kidneys anld Bladder. these Bitters have no equal. Such hi.s eases are caused by Vitiated llhnd. Nechanical Diseases.-Versoins engaged in Paints alnd Minerals, such as Plunmbers, Type-setters, Gold-lematers antid Miners, as they cdvance ill life, are sub ject to paralysis of the Bowels. To guard' against this, take a dose of WaU.sa's VIEOAR BIrTTERS ocea:ionalily. For Skiu Ditseases, Eruptions, Totter, Salt- heuni, Illotchen, Spots, Piunt piles, Pustules, I1oils, Carbuncles. Ring worms, Scald-head, Sore Eyres, Erilp las, Itch, Seurfs, DIiscolorations of the Skin, Humors and Diseases of the Skin of whatever name or nature, are literally dug up and carried out of the system in a short time by the use of these Bitters. Pin, Tape, and other Wornms, alurking in the sysenm of so ma1ny thou sands, are effectually destr'yed and re moved. N'o systen of medicitte, no ver miliuges, no anthelminitics will free the syste1 fromn worms like these Bitters. 'orFemnaleCompldluts, in young or old. married or single, at tihe dawn of womanhood, or the turn of life, these Ton ie Bitters display so decided an illauence that ilnprovelnent is soon perceptible. Cleanse the Vitiated BIlood whdnever you liid it. iulpurities bursing though the skiui in Pimples, Eruptions, or Sortes; cleansne it when you lind it ob structed and sluggish in the veius;eleause it when it is foul; your'feelings will tell you when. Keep the iolodl pure, and the health of the syqtem will follow. R. I. ISCe AtI 5L k M ,.. Druaggl.s & Gen. Agts.. San Franeleise. CaUlorf la, A eor.of ~ashill.nglatnid Ciitroll .ria S.Y .old by all Drmggts1 said Dealer. CIDI PAN T POST HOLE AUGER. Point a o o Or o l oondition of ioi, can be ieed to bofah aleletdy N ise_, eadg Pl SEMPLE, BIR3E 00, rIB1W AND adagirdag 18 3. Malm Et*, R Ietl Partls answerlaf th~i ad-er tieamwat, please 'state a lw'" paP.,thewresd 5e. hi Yt your JOB PRItTI1(' done at the VII'DICATOR Office. Thte Vina ioator JOB OFFICE. ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING EXECUTED WITH Neatness and Dispatch. POSTERS, HIAND BILLS, 1 CIR ULARS, WEDDING and BALL TICKETS, CARDS -AND BLA NKS Of Every Description P'intud at Reasonable'latem. tI Persona dehidrcons of havinn Joi: PRITI;NG done neatly, expeditionsly alil cheap are invitl to c;all at tb, o@11ice of th ' VI. ,,nt Tn y." FLORAL GUIDE P"oi 1870. 1)UBlLIJSIED QUARITERLY. JAXUA-. Sry Numberjust isj sud, anl contains oiver 100 Pages, 5O0 Engravitig, dsc'rip tions of more than 50U of our hst F/lor ersand Vegetables, with directions for cul ture. Colored Plate, etc. The most use ful and elegant work of the kind in the world. Only 25 cents for the year. Pub lished in English and German. Address, JAMES VICK, Jaº.. 16-ly. Rochester, N. Y. ILL PAPERS QUOTE FROM iT! THE Detroit Free Press. The liveliest of family newspapers, full of interesting news, literature, humorous sketches, spicy pa raraph, etc. Sample Copies free. Slubleription $2 00 a year, post-paid. Address DETROIT FREE P1:1?1". Detroit, Mich. NEW YORK TRIBUNE! The Leading Amet iean Newspaper. THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM. Daily, $10.00 a year; Semni-Weklily, $3.00; Weekly, $~.00 POSTAGE FREE TO TIlE SUBSCI BER. Specimen copies and advertising rates free. Weekly, in clubs of 30 or more, only $1.00, postage paid. Address TIlE TRIBUNE. New York. ARTIIHUR'S ILLUSTRATED HOME MAGAZINE FOR 1875. Bright, cheerful, progressive, always up to the advancing thought of the times. The Home Magazine takes rank with the leading and most infliential periodicals of the day. It is on the side of temper ance and true christian umorality. What ever is,hurtiful it condemns without fear or favor, and makes itself felt in the homes of the I cople as a power tfw good. The Great Household Magazine of America, is more thoroughly identified with the people in their home and so cial lite than any other periodical in the country. "Deborah '.,rmarn ; her work and her reward." A new serial story by T. 8. Arthur will be conmmenced in January. "FIFTY YEARS AGO; or the cabins of the West," by Rosella Rice. We an nounce this new series of articles with real pecasre, knowing as we dlo that it will be among the most attractive that we shall otlfr our readers ntext year. Miss Rice, besides holiing the pen of a ready writer. has in her possessionl a large amount of original material from which to draw, and a wide nacqainitance with people whoase personall remiiscence are rich with pioneer incidents and experi elces. "llomes for the People," a series of ad mirably suggestive articles on homes and how to Imtke them pleasant and attrac tive, by Mrs E. B. D)uliey. "The Story Teller." This department will be unusually rich. Besides anll ablnda,e of short stories, two or three serials will he given during the year. "Pilpsissiway" Poltts the ininitnlal le de Imneator of hlme life and cha:racter, will iave an a;llrti. le iln every uniber. lIthtt'rk' is ecwest liatteras 1thr ladlies' andl childrenls'dlresses aire given by spe cial arr;latngelenlt every montth. The Mothers' Department will be care folly edited and have suggestive articles ihrma our best and nlost experienced wri ters. The Hoiekeepers' Dep:artnment will be full ,tld practical, anlld contain many con trilutions from experienced housekeep 018. 'The Zion in Love' and "T!e Interrup ted Reader," two large and splendlid pre mnium engrav;n,s. One of these is sent free to every subscriber. $2 50 a year is'the price of ARTHUR'S8 ILLUSTRATED HOME MAGAZINE. In clubs; 3 copies for $6; 6 and one ex tls to the getter np of thie club $12. 10 anll oie extra $"0. fl 15 cents tmust It added to each subscriptionl for pre ]payment of Ipa;itage fior the year. Spe cinmen numbrers 15 cents, in currency or postage stamlhs. T. 8. ARTHUR & SON, Philadelphia, Pa. WILLIAUS' MOWER A RUEAPER SEXMPLE BIRGE & CO., 13 south MaiSftreet, St louie. ' EVERY FARilR HIS OWN IILLEL CHALLENGE FEED MILLS a-s Combined 8H1,RLER AND GRINDE wt eoss myr gatt l Feed, whter wet ora, withesee sad apedt, sam _aLL ` se.,t Osage Corn and Cob Mills. ~t Desripitm s hulm ahm SEMPLE, BDIGE & CO, Mamamletaes A atltpt tlapmea mi s. eltts la Hiadware 12S h t a MlB, T.. H. LOm THE DUBOIS PATENT (taproved lVlaaus.b) C OTTON G-IN. 'lhe 31et Prtmium at the Ktsts Fair at eseta, 'e.M; Jaeksee, -altb, sad lel a.s AI eeinsPress e md wm, e.uw.r ,artlr uweng tbl, please state i what sper Hc gread ai tRUPLE , 3I10 a& CO(., pharltullJ smlsmt & Iardware lpeelate4 "- .mL. 3.r.s. B I, LOUmIS ' TIE CINCINNATI ENaQ tEp It is the hPole' 1 A]e.r, "doted It is an ii p",: i " It is the ch.llVy t If :;it l ioLI Ian , ores that see.k ot,l exenllse of the., t c unl;tl,'s ' d :.8, Its editorial colni,i, l'tre for th,. cial purpose of 'ex li.tgi the flais . at government ofiicials. and Jalv .t(t.Itdh in language calculated to deceive t'il, deistanding, and wake pTain to its read ers the motives, causes ahn1 effects of general and sp.eioal leguilative acts. Its news cotlumns (oItaiu tle latt news and intelligenee that caln be obtai0 ed froni the four quarters of the glotI by means of the telegraph, mails and correspondence. Its agricultural columns are the tet, adapited to the wants of farmlers, allel whom are invited to give their expert ence and resullts of Iew ideas and l" perilnents of all kinds of improvement calculated to advance the Iainling it terests. 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RADWAY'S READY RELIEF cWmae T n woRusr PFAU In from One to Twenty Minguae, NOT ONE HOUR Sa rreadIngIthisnadertitemeat meda iaa SLFFER WITH PAIN. SADWArs BRAI)Y RRLIERP Is IA CUM ]VerY PAIN. It wasthe rusntnd a The OnlyPain Remedy that Inatantlys'opsthoemustexerneiuting pnima, adh lfaammautns, snd cures l eatiieons. wheaer esft LoUins, tomach Ilowei, ow orothr glands ororea.r eapplicae-un. IN FROM ONE TO TWTR'Y mINUrT, ra matter how ºlest or etertcittenl ati1 n a RHEUIMATIC. RAe-rnddea. ltirm, c:rpplp, NaSv esrasgicr presraased withditeamemaysaar, RADWAY'8 READY RENIiP WILL AFFORD INSTANT EASS, IUPAMMATION OF THR KIDNETS. JNFLAMNATZON OF THE rLADiS. INFLANMMATION OF THEItoWELS. VOeFGK5TIOM OF TBE LNg S lO0R THROAT, DIFrICULT URIIATHINO. PAILPITATION OF TIHE EAM. BYSTERICS, CRUUF, DIFIITERIA. CATABI, ISW ILUIIL EiADAClIE. TOOTHACIE. N~URALIAIA, RBilUMRTIAL COLD CHILLS, AUE CHILLS. Theapphicatton otlie Ready Rellefortozhpse 35.15 wlere tespat or dtaicSlty etanswalllaOmla end tutorlt. Twenty dropsn halfatumbler of water wiuelst bammen:seure CHHAMPS.V.Pat SMs)..UURSTeA UEARtItURN, tlU'K HEADAtHr.~, eIAR1LiOBO DYSNTERYR CO.llIC WI IN TtHEL aniallTE I RTNiAL PAINS. Travelers should always tar r a battle d a WIly's Readv Rellet withetha. Afew epeta ater wilt prevent saces or plnm frmn tuge It wrear. It is betran Ftuc blratd -r lihters Us FEVER AND AGUEi f TERA A UD AiQared forafty tents. Tuh ktearemsedIelagrntiatswtwrld Uwt will eare etw Sad Acte and all other ~.11larious, BIloat, dearle, ~Tpoid. Yllw, and other Fevers [~ited bj SAD WAY 1' PIl.qi I equteic RADJWA'I ' ~BlAD I A. IhE. Fiftycenltpeeite.l. HEALTH! BEAUTYII BTRONG AN n F~"'g RICH BLOnOD-INCEIM (OF FL'H i u, WEIGlHT--UL.ARg SKINl l BIAUTIFULCOMY LIIfo ' L'c 1TED TOA.l DR. RADWAY'$ THE CREAT BLOOD PURlPll. EAuMADETHUEMOT ARTONISIfInCURW: LiCEK.CIO RAPID ARFT TEN t11ANGn . OF THiS TULY WONIDNRFULMKDIP IUt IKvrj Dla a lcrenhille ailleirlht h Smlniflt hlmir the UAltB ARLTZIA 313 tmiatlet Fluimds atndJuie. elf the na tmt If, f.o t rpalrs vtesieef the 1.4 h oad umaterial. lcereta, .i pi.5IS P O Oleadnlr ilese. Ulcers tl thrl th Io the woru forms of Sts, eterss, EltetJom.--.1 smarsotesit$dhla Rnd WormsanetnIFh inIt earsI she Womb. ad all weakeeasgP d &~ thatres, Nhtlweslf, Ina orIneperead *n" thlfeprtpin ge, erape iisde t imelr*o1vngq wondere otollrlw Cmlery. annsear.s ceesie sati sa lansl.ut e tiIher ith aerwmterllt thrarm iteq.e hc - th.SAKAPAAILUAN wlllund tttWS tllS ,seertar fs Ionte Iltb remd e. mmr m wsuhdfpllerhioa. sod snteets LI ...libeS Oasef w o1f Itsrlr wall be rati. Mnt tevidl a uddest u b ua,etpysi imrootPm. i nst ieRRaDaWtgw . - Sill ' ,OW re mOdlaisa l.SL the clre oiarn sm, b 1.10mw. Enaisitnlos met USI disese; hetLhY |uomta.tbt eaIesU all steai. t3s t k w el, day Blamdr . nerm, at ConspnfWsstt. enll l ol-,int5llI. sas sad il eois. a.anieeu.si*. whe --_d wr ra t ulalmto r., aslthe lea ueg elof 2a Year ' Grerr 'dR. RADWAY'8 iv , D __sis. i kiney" . ll i drant' . o rmet1 __.,, V Wlll *l·nll olfwuwai-entlt ofr te tamfruallthe slhreanedstair srs, t r n pe - Bot. SO l n It t Utiel>.T't. READ "FALSR AN)t TRUlt' lSI ,'" ampto llirADWT. ,i&iO. o. Ino3 .l.. Patent Metal Lined. ThesesPmpsesre aoex led in bnish objections to the col0 mont Wood Pump aumde by the grad.' wearingof thebce03l in this pump o by a moetalio spriiW Semiple, Birge & Co., MANIFACTKrIRtar OP AORICULT'II IRAUL . EJTSEATLD PlEUIALTIES IN BAIDWA4L I" rSe lmal Staeet, MR. Luee, M . IPlae tato in what paper Teo reat1