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THE BEST, THE LARGEST, the Cheapest Weekly Paper. Pubhshed. NOW IS THlE TIME TO The St. Louis Times. Daily, Sunday, Tri-Weekly and Weekly. THIE Leading Democratic Paper WEST OF THEII MlSISlIPPI. The ST. Louis Ti' Es is a large sixty-four coltunil Newspaper, the largest and cheape t Weekly Newspaper published in the United States. $1500 IN CASH PREMIUMS AS FOLLOWS: DAILY. $250 Cash to any person from whom we receive lithe largest. list of subscribers to the Daily Times for one year (be fore the 31st of March next) of nIot less th:an one hundred and fifty nalmes, at $' per anlnum. $160 Cas~h fur the tnext largest liit of not less tI:an 100 names at 5,8 per annum. $125 Cash for the next larcest list of not less thant 7. 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The unpreccdented success with which the Times haius met, since its estaldish ment, is convilcinig evidelnce that the people of the West and South, fully ap preciate the effiorts of a journal, which, in addition to its enterprisei n as I ews paper, has the courage to boldly declare and constantly maintain the principlcs of its political faith. The public journal mostly descrving or lDemocratic snupport is the onel that, in addition to beilng a fill alnd faithfll and consistent advocate of Demoeratic prin ciplhes. A Delmocratic newspaper in the newspaper for l)emocrats to supplllort, alid the idea soietimnes sought to ie ilncIleL ted bIy those who hluive anll interest of their own in doing so that the peolie P msl t ito eltside their party organ to "finld the news," is absurd alid irrational. There ino sort of incolmpatibility wh;atever between the political and non-political jolrnal as to the matter of news; manlly of the papers now published throulghont the country, and especially valuable ir 'he amoulnt and 'variety of their intel ligence, 1eiug also knowvn for the ablility ald elarnlmiestuess with which they chaln pion their petculiar party views. Henceit all thiligs else Ileing equ'al, it is manifest ly the diuty of )Demluocrats to limit their newspaper lratrolutage to sIuch is are' of their owln tay of t inkinlg, land nt to squllnlltlrtlertheir le:lnlls ll thollse that wfge. consltant w'lrfalre uponI -their estalblishlied colnvictions. It is our mesirle tfo seei the Tinmes in thel hand of all Ithmulcrats, land cvcry well wisher of tihe Governlllment throlllghout the Itland, landi ini orderl tllhat this may ibe ldone, we are Ilow offering the follo'wing uxtrulordilnary inidlclmlemnl-nts to those who will ilnterest theillelves andlll act in the capacity of clubs agem ts for the Tilmes throughoult the oilult ry. The 'l'ilnes is ulnder ithe editorial maInn agement of SrTII.)so th.T'rcill.s, one of its lomlalers, associailted with Jolls N. El Wulls anld R. II. S'YLVWsTmst, who lare well amd fidrvallly knlown to the Delloc racy of the Northiwest, in charige of a large atid capable staff of writers and rc porters. DAILY. Ilucding the "Mamumoth" Sunday Edition, contitaihi g "All tie, News." Daily-Seven Papers per week, per year,single subscription, by lmail 8 00 Daily-In elubs of five or more, lper year, each subscription, by mail 7,50 TRI-WEEKLY. 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A first-class Literary and Family paper. ditorial articles upon all the current topics of the day. The Agriculturist will always find the Tinmes a paie'r suited to his wants. Suppoet your own newspapeler. Now is the timlu to subscribe for the Times. Sulbscribers to the Times should send their moneeny, by postoflice order or ex ipr'es, to thei. address of TIMES COMPANY, St. Louis Mo. WILD OA ,8. PROSPECTUS FOR 1875, e Champion 'American Comic 'Paper ! ilt Illustrated by a corps of the best Ameri ty can artists, :and contributed to Iy the inmost IpIlpular humorists anid satirists of rt the day. it. Wild Oats now enters siweressfully up ,lt on the sixth year of its existenceC, and t. has h'omlle t he establishetd humliorous antid lt satirical paper of the clltr' . It was n. started and continued the tb'st year a:s a at mon thly, then, to satisfy tihe' ede1n111.1l of n. the publiec, it was changed to a fiertnight. it Iv. Still contining its goodt work of n. hitting folly as it tflies, and showing up a the political and seciald shans by its . ilasterly cartoons and pllllUgent editorials, it achievedi even gre.ate'r success th:lan betfire, anltd was recognized as thl ablest f,- antdl rightest of its class. Since then we e. Lave yielded still further to the pnblic delmand, and now publish Wild Oats ie weekly! It has literally grown into its presenlt shape on its intrinsic iunrits, be ot ing the first successful weekly htumorous ,papc'r ever publelished in this coltuntry. t Amonlg the artists especl,,ially engaged to tlhrnis', illustrations for Wild Oats are at Fr;k lhellew, Tlholans Worth llopkins, Walhes, Sheltone, Wolf, Jumnp, Ke'ettels, tºt lickhardt, Day, Poland, andl several o. others who are yet known to ftie. t In its literary departnieits Wild Oats a will, as it always has, standi alone and utintapprloachalle. At least one first-class serial story will always be found in its re paLes, by the best humorous, satirical, :I antd character writers in thel United rs States; while its sketches and squibs of will he sparkling, original and pointed. it Wild Oafs will le first-class in every particular, and on this account may be let taken into the best fonilies without fe'ar or suspicion, as no word or illustration will appear that can offenld the most fas tidious. es I·'9 Send for a Sample Cop'! ad t Convince Yeo rselres. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: .. One Year......................... $4 00 t- Six Months..................... 2 00 Three Months................... 1 00 Single Copies... ............. 10 A Any person sending us a clutb of live o sulscrileers for one year will reccive a h copy• gratis. t. Addlress, COLLINS & ISMALL. - Publishers, 113 Fulton Street, N. Y. , EVERY LLDY SHOULD TAKE IT. Pi TEIISO 'S I1AG.A NE, STIIE CHIEAPES'T AND BEST IN THE WORLD. SPostagye Pre-lid on all Subscriptions. This popular Monthly Magazine gives more for the money thatl any ill the Sworll. For 175, it will be greatly im Sproved. It will contain (hue Thoueisanld Pages. Fourteen Splendid Steel Plates. 'lTwelve Colored Berlin Patterns, 'i'wel, ve n Manuneth Colored lashioens, Nine H[tin ii dreld Wood Cluts, Twecnty-Foulr Pages ofl' .' usic. "All this will be given for only STwo )Dollars a year, piostage prepaid by the publisher, ,or a dollar liss than Mag azincs of the class f "i'eterson.:' Its o TIIIILLING TAI ES AND NOY SELTIES SAre the best Iplblished anywhlere. All tile nmost popular writers are oemployedl ' to write originally "Peterson." In 1,75, t in alddition to the usual equanti" ofel short r stories. Five Original Copyright Novel etts will be givlen. "y Mi'sl. Ann S. Ste 'dihens, Frank Lee Benedict, Jane, (. Aus tin Ma:rictta Ilolley and Daisy Ventnolr'. .MAMMO''1 COLORED FASHION I PLATES SAhead of all others. These plates are enigraved oli steel. 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Patentils ar' otfteni sold ill part or whole, to persons at I raeted to lihe invention by suli ci h entiice. S-und ftor 'Painphl et, 1 0 pages, liaiws and frill dli rectionls fllo obtaihiiug Patents. A lress tior the Laller, orucolOcelrning Patents, Mlu xx & Co., 37 Park Row N. Y. Brach Ollice, War. F1' wl. 7Lh Sts. Waslhiitoui, 1) C. Janiy ll7.i.--lv FITS CUIREI) FREE!! Any person srtttIringl froil the above dis:t',a is rllaliistetel l to ailress Dr. Price, anl a trial lot tle of li'ldicirei will be forwarded by Express. FREE! The only co.st being the Exlpress clar ga's, which owing to tny larg', business, are manll. Dlr. Price haas liladnil treatlinnt of FITS OR EPILEI'SY a stiully th"r ye:ar's, and hie will warrant a enre llay tlhe ns'e of hlis ruaelmly. Do not tail to seind to hril for a trial bottle; it costs ilolhitng, ain lite WILL CURE YOU, no matter of how long staniding your case may bell, or how liUanyl other rclmc dies Illay llhave faiid. Circulars, aMd testilunoials sent with IFREE TRIAl, IO'OTTLE. Be puartienular to give your Express, :is well as your Post Ollic:! directionl, ind Address, Dr. Chas. T. Price. 67 William Street, New York. March 6,--ly. CONSUMPTION CURED. To the Eldilor of lthe l'oplL' Vind~calei : Will you pileasa inform ylour readers I have a positive CURE FOR CONSU.MPION and all alisordL'rs of the Throat arid Lungs, aild that, by its use in my pra. licc, I llhave cured hiulndreds of cuass, and will give $1,600 00) Iir a case it will not Ibarrtit. Illdea'd, so strongl is ly fii ltl, I will sellal a SAMi'IE, IcaEI, to ally sitlt'trer alhldr'PsSi~ag Ille. PIlease slhow this lhtt, r to any ora you iay kllnow who is sulitring friom these ,li.seases, and oblige, Faithfully Yours, Dr. T. F. BURT, 69 William St., New York. March 6.--ly. Burdick's National HAY & FEED CUTTER, WiBot morqe, l aliven tamo with1o opo~ga then any Cattlr la the arkeLt A b5e of roa may be nn late this uasan. When la tallmotion, e we will warrlnt nothll '.,e to ooer theu emall Gent la the kiae. leeomudeld by thb I utmet l hlway of 8. LotIti ad Louaitvle. lor dscrltption mad priees addrds, SEMPLE, BIRGE & CO Mtanacehres plcrniawl Implments st nps otolti.. Ith fn r mr 1S **t . 1 g. agi, St. Leuto. WPleasoN mento tn wibtpatper oe relthil SORGHUM MACHINERY, CANE MILLS, EVAPORATING PANS, FURNACES. SPamphlet. and Prices sent to parties applying, who will please mention in what paper thee saw this advertisement. Semple, Birge & Co. is 8'UTH MA/m $t1., gr L S " Dr. J. Walker's California Vinegar Bitters are a purely Veg t stable preparation, made chielly from the native herbs found on the lower ;t ranges of the Sierra Nevada moun ,m tains of California, the medicinal . properties of which are extracted i therefromn without the use of Alcohol. T, he question is almost daily asked, Wh" What is the cause of the unpar alleled success of VIxNEGA(It BIT rlirs f" Our answer is, that they remove the cause of disease, and the patient recovers his health. They are the great blood purifier and a life-giving principle, a perfect Reno vator and Invigorator of the system. Never before in the history of the world has a medicine been compounded pos sessing the remarkable qualities of Vlx suo.a l T'rrRS in healing the sick of every disease man is heir to. They are a gentle Purgative as well as a Tonic, relieving Congestion or Inflammation of the Liver and Visceral Organs, in Bilious D' iseases. The properties of DR. wAr.x Wa's -VINE5AR I'Ilrr'kas are Aperient. lia phoretic, Carminative, Nutritious, Laxa tive. Diuretic. Sedative. Counter-Irritant, Sudorific, Alterative, and Anti-Bilious. (P lf'atraitl I ;hg,i-. . <.. - ful Invi.ortait t h.t ever sustained 1, the sik!king systeiu. No Person c.tli take these Bit. ters according to directions. unl re nmain long iunwell. provided their bones are inot destroyed by mlineral n poison or otler leans,, and vital or I- gans llstert ueoyond repair. Bilious, Remnittelt, and In. terniittent Fevers, which are so h lrevalent in the valleys of our great rivers throughout the United States, especially those of the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, 'Ieninessee, Cumberlalnd, Arkansas, Red, Colo Srado, Brazoe, Rio Grainide, Pearl, h Alabana, Mobile, Savannah, Ilo anoke, Janmes, and miiany other's. with their vast tributaries, through out our entire counltry during the SSummnier an(l Autumn, and remarka Y bly so during seasons of unusual " heat and dryness, are invariably ac ei companied by extensive derange s ments of the stomach and liver, and r other abdominal viscera. In their treatment, a purg:itive, exerting a powerful intlhence upon these vari ons organs. is essentially necessary. Tlhere is no cathartic foir the purlpse equal to DRe. J. W'ALKK:'S VINEiAR rrITrlits, as they will speedily remove the dark-colored viscid matter with which the bowels are loaded, at the sanlle time stilmulating the secretions of the liver, and generally restoring the healthy func tions of the digestive organs. Fortify the body ag8:lilSt di.s ease by purifying all its fluids wit!i VinE(ls fi I'Ilr'TY.sS. No epidemlic (al take hold of a system lhiis lilre-arieldl. l)yslipepsia or Indigestion, iead iache, l'Pain inl the Shoulders. Colghs. Tlightness of the Chest. lininess. Sonr: Ertitatioins of tilhe Stoimai;ch. Indl T-·- in the Mouth, Ilitious Attacks, Palpita tion of the Hleart, iflainnlatiuto ,f the SLung. PIain ill thelregioll of the I,. iclyr.s, iand a hundrid other plainful .tllptorun, Iarc the (ll])rihg5 of l)VSl!, tia- 0h bU - tie will lrov~ a hotter gmuranuYee of its lmerits than a lengthy adlver'tislnwlnt. Scrotila, or hi.u-s Evil, \\'hie SSwellings, Ulcers, Elyvsipclas, Swelled SNeck. (oitre. Serui'lous lI imflm, nuations, Indlolent I nihlanunat itons. Mermurial atife tinOs. Old Sores, Emritiolts o tihle Skin. Sore Eyes, etc. In these, as in all other constitutional t)iseasO.s, WALKIM'8 'IN Et;AR IITrrTKs hav'e .shownl their grmeat cullr ative powers iil the mnost ob.tiniate and ilntractable cases. For Iltiamlulnatory and Chronie Rlheunllatisll, Gout, Bilious, Remit t;lt and Interimittelnt 'evers. l)ikeaoe; (l'the Blood, Liver, Kidneys and lIlldler. these Bitters have no equlial. Such l)i. cases are caused by Vitiated lilood. iMechalnlieCal Diseases-Persns 'ngaged in Paints anld Mitmei'als. lsuch as l'iunbers, Typle-setters, Gold-bleaters iand Miners, as they advance in life, are sulib ject to paralysis of the liowels. 'I' guard agailnst this, take a dose of WALbEEim " I'.It;AR iill'I"rIESI occastionallY. For Skin lDilsases, Erupltions, ''etter, Salt- llthemln, llotches. Spott. P'in ples, Pustules, Boil, Carbunclces, iin, wormsn, Scald-head, Sore Eves, Erviip; as, Itch, Scurfs, liscolorations of tlhe Skin, Hluners land D)iseases of the Skii of whatever namne or imature. are literall dug up land carried out of the systenm in a shorl't time Iby the Iuse of these Bitters. I'ill, Tape, and other ltl'oriIms, lurking in the systemmi of so mainy thou sands, are efltictually destroyed and re imoverd. No systemn ofl' mleditilne, no ver niilfges, no anthelminities will free the systeml fronm worms like these Bitters. Fo FenaIleCon lplaints, in young or old,. married or silngle, at the dawn of wominanhood, or the turn of lilfe, these Ton ic Bitters display so decided an influence that improvenment is soon perceptible. Cleianse the Vitiated Blood whenever you lind its ilmpurities bursting through the skin in Pimples, Eruptions, or Sores; cleanse it when you find it ob structed and sluggish in the veins; cleanse it when it is feil; your feelings will tell you when. Keep the blood pure, and the health of the vsystem will follow., R. II. lil-DOST LDl d O., Drniggilst & Gemi. Art,., Sun Frincisco. Califor nlia. & cor. of Weasinhtoll and lu(htorlloNi S..t.. iold pBy all ihruglislt aul Deal-lr CLAKS PATWNT POST HOLE AUGER. Pontlatofoauperirlf will bore haterinall conditions of soil, will bore thro9 Soddr, Riooy,_ or Trasph round without the of any other can be used to grabolalfeatly sizee made fbr Post . AnJU ACTUErID BY BEMPLE, BIR3E a 00., AGRrfOurr,.AL IMPLE. ti2'T5 AND HARDWARE - PBJcIALTIE5q 13 L Dlaa Bt., Ba LeakL Palrtife answering this adver tigmen, pleo ustate ln wip paper tief ed IL 1 Get your JOB PRINTIIG done at the VINDlc &TOR Office. JOB OFFICE. ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING EXECUTED WITII Neatness and Dispatch. POSTERS HAND BILLS, C1ROCULARS, WEDDINGaiud BALL TICKETS, C RDS -AND- BLANKS Of Evervj Description Printed at Reasonable Rates. TT Persons desirous of having Jon PRtsTIoX done neatly, expeditiously and cheap are invited to call at the otkce of the VVEJDIcToR." VICIK FLORAL GUIDE Foor 1876. 1)-BLISPIIED QUARTERIILY. JANUA ry Numbler just issued, and contains over 100 Pages, 500O Engralgvinlg, descrip tions of mnore than 5001 of our hest Flow ers and Vegetables, with directions for eul ture. Colored Plate, etc. The most use tful and elegant work of the kind in the world. Only '25 cents for the year. Pub lisherd in Englibh and German. Address, JAMES VI('K. Jan. 16-1y. Rochester, N. Y. ALL PAPERS QUOTE FROII IT! THE Detroit Free Press. The liveliest of family newspapers, full of interesting news, literature, humoronis sketches, spicy para raph, etc. Sample Copies free. Subscription $2 00 a year, post-paid. Address DETROIT FREIE PRESS. Detroit. Mich. NEW YORK TRIBUNE I The Leading American Newspaper. TIlE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUIM. Daily, $10.00 a year; Semi-Weekly, $3.00; Weekly, $2.00 POSTAGE FREE TO TILE SUBSCI HER. Specimen copies and advertising rates free. Weekly, in clubs of 30 or more, only $1.00, postage paid. Address TIHE TRIBUNE, New York. ARTIUR'S ILLUSTRATED HOME MAGAZINE FOR 1875. Bright, cheerful, progressive, always up to the adan,'ing thought of the times. The Holern Magazine takes rank with the leading and ,most intiuential periodicals of t he day. It is on the side of temper iance and true christian morality. What ever i. hurtiful it condemnIs without frar or fatvor, and imsakes itself ftilt in the homencs of the people as a power for goond. The Great Household Miagazi ne of America, is more thoroughly identified with the people in their homne mid so cial litie than any other periodical in the country. "lDeborah N,,rman; her work and her reward." A new serial story by T. S. Arthur will be commenced in January. "FIFTY YEARS AGO; or the cabins of the West," by Resella Rice. We an nounce this n)ew series of articles with real pleasure. knowing as we do that it will be among the .most attractive that we shall otlr our readers next year. Miss Rice, besides holding the pen of a ready writer has in her possession a large amount of origina:l material fromi which to draw, and a wide acquaintance with people whose personal reminiscence are rich with pioneer incidentt and experi ences. "HIoles for the People," a series of ad mlirahly suggestive articles on homes alnd how to make theni pleasanlt and attrac tive, by Mrs E. I. l)ufni'y. "The Story Teller." This department will bie ulllsualy richll. lBesides an allllld:lllce ofl short stories, two or three selial.d will bIe given dullrilig the year. "Pipsissiway" Plotts thile inilitatlle tl' Illncator of hIlmlle lift' and3 chalracter, will have an artile ini every number. Butterick's niewest patterns for ladies' and childrens'dresses are given by spe cial arr:alngelnent every niontlth. The Mothers' D'partnment will be care, hIlly edited laid have suggestive artilcls iorom our best and most experienced wri ters. Thle Housi'keepers' Department will be fill andl practical, and containl many con tributions from experienced housekeep 'The Liou iln Love' and "The Interrlp ted Reader,"5two large and splellndid pre innilln engravings. One of these is sent licee to everysiubscriber. 82 f0) a yenar is the price ofARTHIUR'S ILLUSTRATED HOME MAGAZINE. In clubs ; 3 copies for $6; 6 and olle ex tra to the getter up of thie club $12. 10 and one exttr $20. f7 15 cents must Ibe added to eteh subscription for pre payImlellt of postage for the year. Sp(e ciluell nllulmibers 15 cents, in currency or postage stampls. T. S. ARTHUR & SON, Philadelphia, Pa. WILLIAMS' MOWER A REAPER ERIPLE, BIRGE & CO,. 13 South Main8tret, St. Louib, lpaa steine atvrent paer rAma th1 EYERY FARMER HI8 OWN MILLER CHALLENGE FEED MILLS8 Combined 8HELLER AND GRINDER wi trmed ar kind l Feed, whether wetordrr wth ease ena l aj Osage Corn and Cob Mills. leor aners n. d Mulse aiesa SEMPLE, BIRGE & CO., eaasetueeaAgprte ral lmpleuamet mS l Spa elattle In ieedware, 13 Peah Mals St., SbT. LOUIS THE DUBOIS PATENT (iweved FIie-aMb) COTTON GIT. The Higbeat Piemfumee t the State Paire at Prtles uewertng thiL, pla sate tn whet paper iby re t tI da PsL,, alssR a C0,, Ara ultllauplma t & Dlawsre 8petltte4A Ii Iqatb Wals SI. 1ST. LOI'Is. WilY Y"Ot' .IoI'I.I'rAE-- THE CINCINNATI ENlQ ERli It is the I'Pep'les pll''r, dt.voteel t their illrte t s Iti i wel.i.i ,." 0 It is aln impaltial ti'end to all nZ:enLd nlleasllres that bellcefit the t'.ultry d It is the ,enemy of "ll ne.nr andl meal ures that stk only ieronal; gaill atIt exipeuise of th: coiltlllli 'Y elfare. Its editorial columns are tihr the t (ial pf1pose of exposing the frauds of goevertller nt ofHfials. and laws coucr d in language calhculated to deceive the at. derI.sta;udlig, anltl take plain to its re ei's the mlotives, ':tt si a t eflcts of general and special legislative acts. Its ,ews colnIII II Culai fit latest new"s and intelligence that can ibe obtain. ed frotI the ftLtur quarters oft tlhe glol, byv eans of the telegraph, mails a Its agricultural columns are the i tg adapted toe the wants of falln ers, alleg whollui re invited to give their experi. elcee ;toili results of new ideas and e) perirnelnts of all kinds of imlprIoemeet calculated to advance the hrlriug i. teresti-. One issue of the Eluiirer contaia mire solid inftEirnation :rd intelligene, thian can Ie h'al fron ,u t'if ifthe so call, ed htterary lpaplr. Neoei E:an lay aside the Elitlirier withilit aurll;ttiltg a vall. able additiou to his or her ,tock ofknowl edge. Its market reports have foir years be acknowledged as the imost compiletemad reliable lpubli.hed. ail of great valan to Stock Deale'rs, Producers and Traaea. 1I1lel geiiraill". It has dep.'artments and readiug for:th, ol and the youting. For thei family cir.' clet and thll couutit.g house-For the iner chant and meehanic-For the famter and stock dealehr, and for ladies and gFeole ,ellen of every calling andl station m life. Its terms are low as any tirst class Pj Iper can be printed for, anIt the qualit' and qallntity of reading matter used aw excelled by any other ipaper. Try it for this year. A Chromo fm every $2.0( .Snbseriber Send your aub scription direct to the office. R. R, R. RADWAY'S READY RELIEF (1VQ31 TMW WORST PAINS Ina from One to Twenty Mlnutag NOT ONE HOUR aiArreadlangehladvertisem ne al eara SCtFFi.R WITH FAIN. hADWAOT REA DY IRELIEF 18 A CUl 1FOI VlterY PAIN. It wasthe ramd to The Only Pain Ieomedy that Instantly stops the moeste'zcrctating Vals .lall Ilalammautins, and curew tongetust. Whr ofd rLuqs, stomach, Bowels, rother bladserepa, by Seappllcau-ua. IN FROM ON TO TWENTY HINxta, so matter how violes or eseruetallg tha tas BIIEUM.ATIC, Boedriddea, Infirm, c:rippled, res, Neuralgl, or prestrated with diseasemay mulr, RADWAY'S READY RELIEu WILL AFFPORD INSTANT RAI. IIFAMMATION OP THE KIDNETI. INFLAMMATION OF THE I.ADDS. INFLIIAXATION OF THu DoWNL" CONGESTION OF TH l leW 3033 THROAT, DIPFCL'(LT DBUATHING. PALPITATION OF 1J3I EIM, TfiTEZBICS, CBour, DIFlTTErIA. ADAC, TOOTHACHE. NEtLBALlTA, BI3lUATIL COLD CHILLS, AGUE LIIILU. The appiication of the Ready Reliefite tl. pans wherethepain or dialecuay emtwr lllMwd and ComulorL Twenty dropsin lhafatumbler of walr wllsh somenta cure CH RAMIS SPASiNSUUSCT a WiOr EARTBL'TEN, SICK HIADACli, DIABIUOIA DYSInTERY CLOLIC. WIND li TES NOIL adaall I 'TKit(AL PAINS. Travelers should always arry a boll d W a Way's Ready Heliilwtthelme. A fwneSa Water willpreveal sacknes or Baias som etagp d w·tar. It is btralba F.lS ra mly lier I a wo /Ithant. " FEVER AND AGE FRVRR ANDAGOIl eredfor fly semta. Tamse asaremedial aentia thin world that will earmFees end Ague. aud aU .ler abarioua, Nilome, Typhoid, Yellow, and owhr Fever tsidd bI4 WAY' PIIIA.SI quick as ADWA)I'M IaDE l LIEF. F SIy euat per bears. HEALTHI BEAUTYII 1T30O AND PURS1 BICH BLOOi.-I]CII OP LEII ANb'i WRIKT-sJLEAR L lA igAUTIZULCOM'LE.,IOM dM IIUfiO DR. RADWAY'S Sansli.illia Iclrat THE CREAT BLOOD PURIFIE. HAS MADRTIn MoST ASTONrsINGI CUIII QUICK.80 RAPID AP.R THu cHANOK.I BOU RGEOU UNDER THINirLOIIb THAT gvereT a) ailirearill anl Wei t isSee al ell bery drop of the sAR1lfAUIllfAW 3W0L YENT emomieatisethrgouihtbe Blood.SVet mr bnd other Fluids and juices of 5lo..mli heflprt If ,foritrepairslhewaistedIhe bed, wlth3lWad mound materIal. Sroeftl. 5t, slit, CS5pU,, Olhndnlu diseas. Ulere In thei I ned. 3t IS mors, No4ee e !h OlGlandeand ethr j du- e More Eye, lllrumorouedilhargu r UB _ 3 U_, theI worst form. of Stol duaseesee, 3VIT W Sorw, Scaldil ad, Ring Worm.nastlrhUU.4 Acne, Itstaktpots, Wirmsri stltele, teTe a esrslsthe Womb, and all w hakle gdg W h pn etilL or~riowo wi nthin :he curtlte ..uig.ef w-onderotlodern Cbemilr., sn Iaew. Ytt meW3 prove loanypersoa ulgat fore sher eflM mab anss its potUetpower tIneurethem Ifthe patent, dally becomintg rdef hly a ddeonapelllon tblhal I conimually parOYfU eeedsinarrestlngtbese wasts. Ianrni5 --U wih aewmaterialmade from hilhys obbdudd teIIAKSAPARILLIAN willand dllsurW(Sr fIcertaln ; ,r' when ene thin rem -dr dommiii7 workofpnrtilcatio, and emeceeds aI diathIB oenef wutsm iter rlrwill bo apd. and_dey f h in wilsfe rdl hlmelr owe aIUg tiee hbuefoddilgsii betes.,epperit io mCyuiSap ee dwl h jblnoreaalsa. only positlve cure for Zidcy &0 Bladder CbmpearuA Urlays adnr Weab dlteame.Or al. Dittabee. Sloppageof nWater, Incostmnee tof Irie, I ' euSe, Albumlnurtows, and In all ers wherelie tridus4dtdepole, or thle watr Is tc c, loud. w-lhseehoatneslk Ietbe wbl.rofag , naor thm whlteslik, ortherelsa morbid. irv-tliomua nme. and whie b~se.dnstdeLe ,te. md wh-m *phcklt. buwlan realtlt wlrn nd 1mwe of 12 rare as.*' G DR. RADWAY'S purge, retulat, purify, le uieafl.lw t -ry' rilhufur tsA ecuareoft alI didr d._.re Otthrt.b Ltver, Bowels, gideys, Bladder. NernotlIl.5, Beadache, Consupai. n.cocrene. IndkWto~. o peplia, tMllounes. Bilnns Fer'r. 1a aM oI _iwels, PIle,. aid all DIsrangeolntsIl of the IJD acearsn . Warraiedto effetaposltiU ae e~r Teoable,emsaimlng IomErcry. mInersilr - Atwa. daesot ADWAY'PffLS wit *0W ~ hmfroma i the abovenamee dirirtes- rIIU - per Bo. 8O.LD BY DRUesI:clsT. BEAD "'PAI.RK ANDI TRltUR" ged St mpo RAD tY A 1.O... Nob S2 sreU .. ~ et,. lnfrmatlou worth thibad wilt beint .t f St LaiE Sn 1 Patent Metal Lined. ThesePmpasma nt iEslledi in lnish f workrmanhip. sadtbl otl~ections to the coW mon Wood pumP causedby the d# wearing of theboreit in this pump obd by a metallio mpill Sepmple, Birgo & Co., -AmTI!ACTURIER OP AUIJCULTUUAL 1_113 rENTS AND BPBlIALTIIS IN ~B JDWABIe 3 Seentk Maim S(are, Us. Ieas. 3e SP'lea.e ette lawhatpsper ueeraltt'