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The Wear and Tear of Business Life.
Th cares and labors of business life re apt to tell
eeianjST npon the health and constitution of the ardent,
mareticbusiness man, and when the need of some
snKWunmr agent w felt, stimulants that cans only
tMraraar exaiierat ion, and leave the system la a state
nfoxrual oollap-e when their nrst efiect baa passed off,
areto often loetated to. As certainly aa fare leaves
K.hnMl it a reeidi.m of ashes, the uae ul die adulterated
honors of commerce produces premature exhaustion
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overtaxed vital machinery with Hosteller's Stomach
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Family Medicine Cases
Family Medicine Cases AND
DOCTOR, WHAT CAN YOU DO FOR
DOCTOR, WHAT CAN YOU DO FOR MY FAMILY?
r vo mr.Ha t rrr.Cv. a rood deal of sickness. tfa
i.xrtor courf oi'ten. J31 his bills are not light; ana ir
these times I aicuJ oe traunea to nave less sicmio?
and lighter kills in this direction, if consihtfflit with OK
n i mv --Dnt 1 fop An a .-rod deal for vwu
... n .nr1 vrai nmt of onr f AM ELY Cases of
"OMiBOrAiaro SPEvarT-s. which has a small book
riirrions. criv?n a aescri.-ition cf all the vm uf
Mn mi tmit nrontanlv. end rul
e.rwouora Jor giving the medicines,, diet, etc
'i'ne various epeoifr as are all marlnvi and labeled, so yoc
--t htt Irws which tc give in a particular cae
sad the direcocisare so plain and simple that you nec
. ... w,tmnftf these easee. ton or your wif
will be able tc meet and arrest three-fourths of all the
uriUuat which occur i n vour family. You can tic
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-nd long before the doctor wouk. be called, and thut
et the sickness with the proper remedy at once, ano
uetoreil . uaebeoomeserious. In using these smuMe sea
et elective medicines, also vou avoid dragging th
otet and thus weakening the system, and laying the
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in ... irinr families and individuals: such at
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passing disease cured, out me loonosuon, so w iu
-j nihunnmi and rrave chronic diseases is -removed.
the consequence is that the whole familv improve in
l i. Iam mnn infls sickness from year to year.
have ruoie vigor and batter constitutions, and thus
nadnally you work out from under the hand of disease
,.no doctor. Just the reverse of this is true, under old
.v.t ,--.,v.f vn villainous dose of medic
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nncttweanmak. patients eaeuen m we nrst ten y
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M his dsvs. These wiecksof men, made by tne aouse
of calomel blue-mass, aniniue, iodine, opium and
lxz-awium. are the harvest fields of lioetora. So my
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A HORRIBLE DEATH.
Suicide of a Maniac at the St. Louis
From the St. Louis Times, May 8.
Abont a month ago.ayoung man,not more
than 2G yeara of pe. named Jese Morgan,
whose father resides at Connersville, Henry
county, Missouri, came to Kirkwood. He
was prepossessing in appearance, Dat nis
actions were 60 6trange as to render it ap
parent that his mind was s battered, lias
eccentricities increased, sbu tne poor lei-
ow wandered abont the streets, evidently
uneouscious of his own movements, or of
the fact that his singular conduct was at
tracting universal attention. At one time
he would shriek as though in great bodily
pain; at another become perfectly quiet,
and lie down in tne streets, or wnerever ue
happened tor beSometimes rhe wotild
pause in the midst of a group .of boys
scores of whom, impelled by a desire to
witness his freaks, almost constantly fol
lowed him and make wild, incoherent re
ligions or political harangues. Finally.one
day, iu the presence of a large assemblage,
he stripped iumself of doming, ana wnen
perfectly nude, ran down one of the
streets, shouting that the "devil wanted his
eyes-" . .
After this most extraordinary demonstra
tion, it was resolved to place him wnere
he could harm neither himself nor others.
He was arrested and sent to the St Louis
city hospital for medical treatment. His
conduct there varied from that at Kirk
wood onlv in the increase in violence and
frequency of his paroxysms, lie was cioseiy
watched, and the attendant physician
thought it not improbable that an improve
ment might be wrought in his condition.
His conduct was wnoliy inonensive. xnoi
even ciuiaren iearea to jiproa;u uim.
There was nothing to indicate malice to
ward anv one. Sometimes he would con
verse and act ouito rationally. Baf it was
impossible to divest his mind of tne Deuei
that the devil desired nis eyes, uccasion-
allr. when in the heisht of one of his par
oxysms, he doubtless thought the evil one
literally present, ne wouia cover ma even
with his hands and beg piteously for pro
tection. Assurances that he 6hould not be
harmed were of little avail The. fantasy
had complete possession of him. A nor
rid specter, it followed him day and night
It seemed to paralyze his whole being.
Nothine could break the terrible spell,
which, while He seemed to snnns rrom it,
vet anoeared to fascinate and lure him on
Yesterday the end came. Poor Morgan
had been for nearly an hour slowly pacing
the floor. His head leaned forward on hia
breast and he was so quiet that those
nresent besran to feel more liopeiui oi nis
ultimate recovery. He had spoken but lit
tle, and his words were properly cfcosen.
Snddfenlv he startled everybody by shout
ing: "The devil must have my eyes T'and,
before he could be restrained, he
with his- llneers tore both eyes from
their sockets and threw them on the floor.
The horrible act was scarcely the work of
a moment; and when the persons present
realized what had occurred, tne maniac,
sightless, his face crimson with blood
which flowed in torrents from the ghastly
sockets, and was already forming puddles
on the floor, stood before them, quiet as
though nothing had happened. Medical
attendance was at once summoned, bat
without avail. He lingered a few hours
and then death came and ended a life of
An Affecting Scene.
A day .-or two - since, a , brawny mou .of
Scotia was riding in one of our street cars,
A fine ocen countenance bespote tne non
est , man. A certain sun-burnt, ' weather
beaten appearance, with which old Nep
tune seldom fails to brand his votaries, in
dicated that the stranger was accustomed
to a seafaring life. If there could have
been any doubt on the point, it was com
pletely dispelled by the badge around his
cap. Those letters at once filled the heart
oi the spestator with mingled feelings of
horror and sympatny norror at tne
thoughts of the sad catastrophy which had
in almost a moment of time overtaken
noble ship's company sympathy with
the one who stood there wearing the mark
that so surely indicated that he was one of
the few who had, as it were, escaped from
the very jaws of death. The letters so preg
nant with meaning were these: HJaeioa r
On the opposite side of the car sat one of
San Francisco s esteemed citizens, tie, too,
was a "canny Scot," and a worthy scion of
a worthy race, known among us, lammarly,
as "Alick Austin." The kind-hearted Alick
no sooner saw the talismanic initials than,
under the impulse of such feelings as have
been imperfectly described, he addressed
himself to the stranger. Soon they discov
ered that they were countrymen, and be
came detply concerned in a mutually inter
The story of the collision, of the rapid
sinking, oT the firing toe "Eigne Is el distress,
and of ihe agonizing Tsoenes winch . for a
. . i - -. , , i , . , .
moment preceaea tne nnai uenouemem,
were all told; and well told, for there is an
eloquence which, like beauty, "when un
adorned is adorned the most" The inter
esting stranger was the very gunner who
had fired the guns which ought to have
carried to the ears of the wretched English
captain an jrresistjble cry for help. Loud
rolled the thunder of the guns, but no re
lief came. Whilst it has heretofore been
denied that any such alarm had
been given, because Captain Evre
must have heard it if it had been made,
here stood the man who fired gun after
gun, by the orders of his commander, un
til the water began to rise to the level" on
which he stood, and. compelled' lam re
luctantly to desist from the ineffective duty
in which he was engaged. He is in this
city, having been chosen as one of those
whose testimony is most essential to a right
understanding of this deplorable event im
Washington. When asked if he would
have any- objection to le interviewed'';
by - a reporter with th&- iew ef having
bis deeply interesting details placed before
the public, he replied that "it was his duty
to make his statement first at Washington,
The conversation turned apon the "auld
eo un trie," and the stranger inquired with
some eagerness of Mr. Austin if he knew,
anything of a brother of his, who many
long years ago was supposed to have emi
grated to California. At the ssCme time he
mentioned the trade and full name of his
brother.? S 5 ? ' . t
Mr. Austin had a belief that he knew the
man described welL but being unwilling to
create feelings of hope that might alter-.
ward lead to the pangs of disappointment,
bade his countrymen accompany him to
his office, in order to search the directory.
Directories were doubtless unknown in the
little village in Ayrshire, from whence
hailed the open countenance and honest
relic of a dreadful catastrophe. None but
the great or the wealthy there succeed in
getting their names into books. Hence, he
could hardly understand how his brother's
name could, be f onttd in a goodly-sized vol
Bme.1 Search, however, was .made,' and
sure enough there stood the name, correct
ly spelled, with the initials exact, and the
trade precisely the one he had learned in
his youth. Number Jackson street was
the address. "A mon," said the stranger,
'can it be possible that my blither's name
is in print? Nay, nay, it canna be so."
Mr. Austin assured him that he need not
have any doubts on the point The tears
began to roll down his cheeks thick and
fast. The strong man was utterly subdued
and unable to control himself forajong time.
At length he exclaimed, l' And fhaU I see
my bonny Jennie?" Ay ensile was abonny
lass you. Ye ken she was an auld sweet
heart of mine, but 1 was the ne er do
weel" ot the family, and her friends would
not let me have her. They did right She
was ower gnde for the likes of me, and so
my brother married her. God bless them
both; I've ofteri prayed for them." The
two strong men together shed tears. The
one touch of nature had made them both
kin. Arm in arm they started in search of
No. Jackson street The address was
reached. The trembling hand-of the ex
pectant brother knocked at the door; it
opened; sure enough, "my bonnie Jennie"
was there. The scene we will not de
scribe it" The reader has been told all that
he has any right to know. Jxm Jfrancisco
Mcmina Call s '- J . ;' . , r ' ' r r
A kEAETLESs soBBEBT wan committed in
aris recently on a young gentleman
afflicted with small-pox. To induce perspi
ration his nurse had covered him with ex
tra blankets and retired for a short time.
A jery ; respectably , dressed ' man. entered
the chamber,' begged of the invalid not to
disturbihimself, but simply indicate where
was his money and jewels "don't cry out
or I open all the windows, which will be
certain death." The robber took away
watch, rincrfi. pins, and much cash, wishing
his victim improved health, but not a too
No kotks are deducted from the policies at
maturity a the Washington.
A TERRIBLE SCENE AT SEA.
Burning of the Ship Sunbeam in the
Burning of the Ship Sunbeam in the Pacific Ocean—Six of Her Crew Perish.
Captain Chadwick, of the ship Sunbeam,
has just arrived in New York, and gives
the following account to the Herald of the
loss of his vessel:
The Sunbeam loaded in the harbor f
Iuqiqui, Peru, during the latter pirt ol
February and first week in March, with
saltpetre, bound for Tome, Chile, for
which port she sailed on ine loin oi
March, the officers and crew expecting a
shoit and pleat-ant voyage. The days
passed on with favorable winds, and it
seemed that their wish would, find ft joyous
realization, as the' stnrdy vessel made rapid
strides toward her destination. Nothing
occurred to mar the pleasure anticipated of
quickly reaching Tome, until the 30th of
March, tnen Demg seventeen uujo un
when the second mate, usually a cautious
mariner, by an act devoid of prudence,
caused the picture of contentedness to
suddenly change to one of dismay and
death. . -
About noon of the latter date this omcer.
desirous of trivine the upper deck a little
neater appearance, suggested to the captain
that he intended to varnish it, which, meet
ing his approbation, he foolishly procured
an open lignt, ana aescenaea w me tuter
hold, where the article desired was conve
niently stowed, and attempted to draw it;
but it was the last act of ship's duty he ever
did, as the flames of the lamp coming in
contact with the fumes of the flowing var
nish, a terrific explosion occurred, and the
demon fire with a hundred nands was work
ing destruction on every Bide. In an in
stant it seemed to pervade the entire hold,
and before the frightened and burned mate,
with . his clothes on fire, could reach the
deck, explosion after explosion was Heard
r the fire licked up the inflammable salt
petre, and the flames danced with glee up
the hatchway. So sudden did the terrible
truth break upon tne crew tnai ior a mo
ment they were paralyzed. But, looking
around and realizing that beneath them
was a seething volcano, and tne lorKea
tongues of their enemy were working to
every part of the vessel, creeping through
the decks and climbing the masts, they
must act v It was a critical second.
When the first explosion was heard Cap
tain Chadwick, who had been below, rush
ed on deck and, although but a moment
bad intervened, he was staggered to see
the flames forcing their way so savagely
through the hatchway. Nothing could De
done. Smoke all around, blinding, suffo
cating, and the boats could not be reached.
He asked no questions, but, looking into
the .seething cauldron below, told the men
to save themselves and pray to God to help
them alL With this word the men leaped
iuto the sea and attempted to c'dng to the
spars and boards they had already thrown
overboard, but in vain for many of them.
In ten minutes from the ignition of the var
nish the mainmnst was toppling, and in
thisteen minutes it went over the side, and
the gasping, drowning men clung with life
in view to its charred remains. When this
hud irrmA and the - fire was creeping along
the rigging to the foremast Captain Chad
wick toolc nis uttie 6on in nis aruin uu
jumped over the side into the ocean. Hap-
pily ne caugnt noia oi a siuuuing mu
boom, which saved his and his son's lives.
So terrible was the heat at this time that
the faces of some of the men by the ship's
gida were blistered and cooked, and tnus,
to change their positions and place their
backs to the burning mass, six poor fellows
dropped from their places of insecurity
and, frightened and exhausted, sank to rise
When despair had settled npon the sur
vivors' hearts, and the. captain and half
drowned Bailors felt that no earthly; power
could save them, tee fastenings of the
quarter boat fortunately gave way, and the
boat falling in the water right 6ide up, one
of tU crew secured it, and finding the oars
in ii, at once began to pick up the thankful
snnl . nbout him. In a few minutes the
captain, his son, the first mate, Marshal
Johnson, a boy, E. H. Roberts, seaman, the
cook and six other sailors were tasen m,
and they shoved off as far possible from the
Twenty minutes from the first explosion,
the Sunbeam sank from sicht It was fear
ful how the fire still kept creeping through
the vessel. Varnish and saltpetre, tnou
sands of Sacks of the latter, sent the wicked
darta. of fire upward and around. Mast
after mast fell, and about ten minutes past
twelve o'clock d. m on the 31st of March
last, in latitude thirty degrees forty-four
minates, about eighty miles from snore, tne
last bubbling hiss was heard, and the noble
craft of an hour before was a thing of the
When tne last iooe naa oeen i&&en
the disappearing wreck, the boat, with its
twelve souls, drifted for a while with its
forlorn party on the ocean. Yet work was
to be done, and that quickly, as they had
nothinar to eat and nothing to drink. But
deliverance was at hand, and when but an
hour or so in their trail craft the whaling
bark Charles W.' Morgan. Captain Athern,
then on a cruise, having seen the fire miles
away, bore down to their position and took
them on board," subsequently landing them
at Taleahuano, Chili.- - .From this place the
oartv made their way up to Panama.
- Of the saved, twelve in number, but four
names are known Captain Chadwick, his
son. E. H. Roberts and Marshall Johnson.
None of the names of the six lost have
been divulged. They were the second
mate, c&rnenter, steward and three seamen.
Perhaps their tragic fate may never be as
certained by their friends.
The ship Sunbeam was bnQt in Chelsea,
Mass.. in 1865. She was of oak and fast
ened with copper and iron. She had two
decks, drew eighteen feet of water when
loaded, and was 798 tons burden. She
was owned by Messrs. Augustus Heman
way & Co., of Boston.
Training a Prize Fighter.
Opposed as the readers of the Wisconsin
are to prize fighting and its attendant
evils, it may be interesting to know the
course of training through which one of
these fellows mutt pass to fit him for the
field. When Jem Mace was here we noted
the fact of his taking a dog trot from Cold
SDrmcr to the citv. and the cours3 after it
Now, that te hAs; sottled down to his work
in earnest, his regular diet is as follows:
Up at 5 o'clock and for thirty minutes ex
ercise witn dumb -Delta- lie warns aoout
until seven when breakfast is given him.
This consists of. a rare beefBteak or mut
ton chop!.. with tea and dry toast: coffee,
milk and butter being entirely excluded
from his menange.
After breakfast dressed in his usual
clothing, according to the weather, he en
ters upon his usual morning's exercise,
twelve or fifteen mile trot on the - Mobile
road, accompanied by his trainer. The
walk is invariably concluded by a brisk run
home of five or six miles, where, upon ar
rival, he is immediately stripped, put un
der a cold shower bath, and then vigorous
ly rubbed down with rough cloths until the
skin shines with a ruddy, healthy glow.
After this be is treated to a glass of sherry.
It is now near dinner time, which is served
at half past twelve o'clock, and consists of
fare somewhat varied. Chicken, mutton,
beef and bread, and a glass of English
brown stout vegetables being rigidly ex
cluded. During the afternoon he" walks,
boxes with the gloves, runs, or takes any
gentle exercise his humor may dictate. At
five o'clock he is served with tea, toast and
eggs, and after that strolls around until
o'clock, when he retires to rest Evening
HraLBTft- & EdsAix-'s, leading 'wholesale
druggists of the Northwest, corner Lake
street and Wabash avenue, Chicago.
This important invention is now ready for sale, and
furnished to order, to suit an Movable-Comb Bee
Hive, at short notion. Individual, Township, County
and State Rights are for sale. Those wishing rights
and mf"1 should address
DO. JEWFI.Ii DAVIS,
' Charleston, Illinois.
NOV TO GET PATENTS
IS FUIXT EXPL A WED in a Pamphlet ef 1J8 patrr
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' SENT FREE,
MUNN a CO., Editors Srientifie Ameri.
com, ihm best slecbauieal Paper in the
world, (45 Teaks Kipekfenck), have
PAT EST8. taken More Patents, and exam - ed
ftlare laTentioaa, than any other
Agency. Send aketon and description
. for opinion. -,
- ; ; SO CHARGE, . ' - ' I
OIIN J. MttTn, wholesale Manufacturer of
.rellaa, r. asois ana v aunng uanea, xna tsroaa-
way, between Reade and Chambers hu, near the city
ll.ll New Y ork. The Trade supplied with materials
ior. manufacturinc and covering. ' Orders solicited.
Warranted pure, palatable, and to
vsv PrMHinm awarded at the U. S.
State f air, and Chicago City Fair. Largest Works in
the United States. Ustabuanea imo, kjoao. u. a
PRCS&iKO, 339 and 341 State strset, Chicago.
Meadow King Mower.
Manvf'd 6y Gregg, Flyer i Co.,
rf-Jt .si-' J -
The lif htnat draft and most durable Mower mads.
The Knifa is always in line with tue Pitman, thus avoid
ing friction and enabling it to work freely in any position
of the Cutter-Bar. it is the only perfectly flexible Cut
ter-Bar, and excels au otner Mowers so rougn grouna.
For cirenlars or information, send to 8. L. SkUXDON,
Uu4in. Wim.. General Aaent for Wisconsin. Minne
sota, and Northern lows ; also agent for New Yorker
Reapers ana otier aiacninery, or q o.v. sasinn,
Chicago, uenerai a gent ior miopia, ooamern iowa, tq
A GREAT MEDICAL DISCOVERY
" Br. WALKEE'S CALIFORNIA
Hundreds of Thousands
THEY ARE NOT A VTLB . . a 2 .
sc Aajov nDiMicrss
Hade of Poor Bam, Whisker, Proof Spliita
and Refuse Liquors doctored, spiced and sweet
ened to please the taste, called " Tonics," " Appetiz
ers," " Restorers," tc, that lead tne tippler on to
drunkenness snd ruin, but are a true Medicine, made
from the Native Boots and Herbs of California, free
from all Alcoholic Stimalanta. Thej are the
GREAT BLOOD PCRIFIER and A ia K
KITING PRINCIPLE perfect Renovator ano
Invigorator of the System, carrying off all poisonous
matter and restoring the blood to a heal thy condition.
Ko person can take these Bitters according to direc
tion and remain lonK unwell.
SlUO will be given for an Incurable case, provided
the bones are not destroyed by mineral poison or
other means, snd the vital organs wasted Deyona tne
mint of reoalr. . " .
For Inflammatory and enrome itneama-
tlara and Gout. Dyspepsia, or Indigestion,
Bilious, Remittent and Intermittent severs
Diseases of the Blood, Liver, ttianeys ana
Bladder these Bitters have been most success-
fni Knrh Diseases are caused By ma tea
Blood .which is generally produced by derangement
of the Digestive Organs.
nvsPFPATl OIL INDIGESTION, iiesa
nche, Pain In the Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness of the
Chest. Dizziness, Sour Eructations oi me exumacu,
Bad taste la the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation
of the Heart. Inflammation ot the Lungs, ram in tne
regions of the Kidneys, snd s hundred other painful
srmDtoms. are the offsprings or Dyspepsia.
Thpv invleorate the stomacn, ana sum mate tuo mi-
pidltver and bowels, which render them of unequalled
efficacy in cleansing tne Diooa oi an uupurium,
tmnartinir new life and vigor to tne wnoie system.
WOTl SKIN DISEASES. e.mpiiODS,iBiu;r,Dal.
Rhnem.Blotches. 6 note. Pimples, Fustuies, ous,t.ar.
buncles,King-Wonn8,ScaldH-d,SoTe Eyes, EryBip-
elss. Itch, Scurfs, Dlscoloratlons or tne BKin, uumon
and Diseases of the Skin, of whatever name or nature,
ara literallv due op and carried out ot tne system m
short time by the use of these Bitters. One bottle In
such cases will convince the most Incredulous of their
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever you And IU
impurities bursting through the skin inPimples.Emp
tjons or sores ; cleanse it when youtlnd It obstructed
and alninrish In the veins ; cleanso It when it is roui,
and vourfoeUncs will tell you when. Keep the blood
nnre and the health of the system will follow.
PIN, TAPE and other WORMS, lurkingin the
avatemef so iuaav thousanua, are eueciuaiiy uL-siru
d and removed. Tot full directions, read carefully
the circular around each bottle, printed In four lan
guagesEnglish, German, 1 renen ana aparmn.
J. WALKEB, Proprietor. XL H. McDOX ALD & CO.
rcrMra and Gen. Agents, San Francisco, CaL,
' and S3 and 34 Commerce Street, Sew Tork.
&-SOLD BT AU. imrr.G'.tTS .VXD DEALERS
FACTS CANNOT BE DISPUTED.
' They sUnd the test of timo and teroitj t .
"Chevalier's Life for the. Hair'1
Is the only nninjnrioos preparation bow for sals for ins
preservation and beantifrinic of tba Hair. -. rj
IT ACTS LIKE A CHARM.
... " '.i ' .
Read the testimonials of thousands who hare used it,
and be convinced of its superiority. Ii . r
Restores Gray Hair to its Original Color,
Removes Dandruff, Cleans tba Scalp, Invigorates toe
Roots and is a Solenoid Hair Dressins. Send for
TreatiM on the Hair to - :.. :". - '-.
S. A. CHEVALEE2;: BT.
104 East 25th Street,
WELCH & GRIFFITHS
SAWS! AXES! SAWS-
SAWS of sH descriptions. AXKS. BELT TNO snd
MI I J. FITRSISHIviiS. CIRCULAR SAWS with
Bdid Tseth or with Patent Adjtjstabls Ponizs,
mipenar to an bierted Tteth &a. ,
rr-PTleeii Keaaeea. ''- J
tW Send for Price List and Cironlara
WELCI iRlFFITIfs, -
- - . Boatoa. Mssa. ar UerrelN ftlieJi.
r"nDKR'8 PASTILLKS. A Kara
STOWKLL a CO., Chariestown, Haas.
Trie CJreat Snlobrtent. Prepared in an leMant,
bnght and sparkling as champagne. Thirst satisfying,
cooling and refreshing. Takhamt's F.KrEnvEiK-KM
Kf.ltzes Aperient ia the most eonvenient and nalata-
ble preparation ever administered to an invalid. If it
were not cbMaed among the most celebrated medicines
At M ,
k C Beaj testimony to their Wonder- Ef
' . lul Curative Effects. - , o 5
2 i WHAT ARE THEY? fig'
z - " Y ' x "': N?
g - s ' -lea
Is 1 pTS '?
.-if K A il
U a o yi -,t'j nz if a c a
sag V jf - - -j - foe
Si? : rJtjT-: iff
of the ag. because of iu wonderful efficacy as a correct- Li
ive and altarativa, it might weU ba tjUd a oiicuo1
summer luxury. It is a swift remsdy far all the pains I
andpenaiues oi unpruaenoe in eaang or annsmg,
immediately relieving acidity of the stomach,
flatulency, bilious headache, nervousness, physical
prostration, ooiic,and all derangements of the stomach,
bowels, liver, or kidneys, occasioned by .undue indul
gence or other eanses.
SOLD BT ALL DRUGGISTS.
GREAT CHANCE FOR AGENTS
good agentin every county in the U. S. on com
mission orsalarytointrodueeour World Kenoiri
i ed talent Whxte wire at lire itri; will laat a hun
i dred years. If yoa wants prontableand pleaaant
I employment, address R. A Bcsh A Co.,rlanrrs,
ib nuuam at, JV. x4 or 10 XMoreont vtteago.
f . THE . ,
Weed Family Favorite
Mannfactrrred by the Weed 8. M. Co., Hartford, Ct.
aa now perfected, is tha BEST and MOST RiOJARLK
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE,
For six KlNDfl of family work, now in use. It will do a
larger baxoe of work, sewing from the usaren
goods to the hkavtkst beavsb cloth or LJUTHKb, with
out change of Needles, Thread sr Tension. It is simple
&nrl natliable to get out of order. It hss a straight
need), and makes the Lock Stitch. Responsible Agents
wanted m every county, a iiDerai discount to the traae.
Send for prioe list- and terms to GEO. O. THOMAS A
CO., 191 Lake St., Chioago, Agents for the Northwest.
Say where yoo saw this advertisement.
Having sneeeeded to the
buftinesaof the American
Bell Company, all orders
snouia now be addressea
i Send for Circulars.
1 J AM KS L H A V K CO.
Aa la) Walnnt St.
' Cincinnati O
Don't Haie Tnem Unless Yon Want Them
Male and Female Agents wanted, QlOper day. .Will
not interfere with other business. Physicians and
Nurses will ewnsnlt their own interests by sending for
circular or applying to G, W. ALLEN, 66 Madissn St,
np stairs. Chicago, TIL . . .. , - , -
Distillers of ALCOHOL, fiPIRTTS, WHIKKIKS. and
the oelrbrated IMPERIAL GIN. Sena ior a Prios
List, We defy eompetitio.
54 & 56 Honta Water St Chleaa.
i. - .. r -i
Stl VK; f A
Unrivaled Jby any relisH
intended for 'Family use;
exactly sixited to all tastes
and all conditions of
people, and' approved and
recommended bv tne best
Families in the country.
It may be proper to eonsider some of the reasons why
Tabu Saucb hss not nntil the introduction of the
IlALFOBOw came into the bum general w in Families.
Many people say, 'Wi nbver eat Sauce; we prefer
plain food; we do not like tha heating Qualities
os mining or relish." They may as well say. Ws
never eat butter; we prefer plain food ; we do not hk.
the fatty qualities." Particularly, they may as well
say, "we never eat pepper or salt; we prefer plain food
we do not like the seasoning qualities." v '
The HaUord Tabl. Sauce itmnlUk and maket agrary.
and is a great deal more proper to be eatett than mixed
banner or cheap relishes of any kin -
There ia much eompla-nt because of the prioe charged
for any Sauce which has merit. Tha Foreign Sanees
cost $1.00 per pint bottle, and even if the prioe was the
only objection, it ia A valid pea Sow ths ilalforn.
which is a great deal better, because of the absence
all drags and flavors which are peculiar to foreign taste,
can be had at emly FrrTT CXMT8 FSB pint Bottle
ixsyCrrYor ToWBintaesoontry. . . . .
Certain peopie have tried at some time, perhaps,
very hot Sauce, say the Worcestershire, which is prob
ably ths best ef ail the English Sauces, Theydon'tlike
it: it is too hot; it is too sweet; they do not like the
flavor; say it is a Club Sauce, and not for family nse.
eta. : or they may have need one ol the many imita
tions and counterfeits, and of coarse have no taste
them, so they set down all Sanees ss unsuited to their
nse. Now if they will obtain a bottle of the xtauora,
they can understand that a really A 1 Family Table
Sane, ii as much toba desired as really A 1 Tabls
Butter. ' .. .. . .,. ,.r
A great many people have neeer ai aay lime tried any
Table Sauce whatever. They see it on stable and
not touch it, de not know what it is or how it tastes;
course do not know whether they like it or not Now
ths sra.srUlinsl In swan what Aiajsqoaah. Ins tbaitl
interest to know, they can, (or one half a dollar, ascer
tain by the nse oT'the Hsiford Bow very greatly the
value of their meal is enhanced How can anyone tell
withoata trial whether thing ia liked, or not J . And
certainly, having refertnesr to anything as popular
ths HaUord, it is hugging sheer ignorance not to ascer
tain for one's own advantage and gratilioatioa how good
a thing it is for every family. . .
And cane say. "We have tried Sauoe wa don't
know whose (as if ttisr ware all alike, or all raritorions,)
at a restaurant, or at a osrtain hotel, and wa didn't like
it" Vety likely not- .There are great many restanr
ants and betels at which oaytAi'sy is bought and nsed
that is called TablelSance, and where some that is good
issatesdwHh much that ia pMr, Bnt, if these people
go to an eating house st which no cheap or cesnmon
Sauces art asad, and Inquire for the H&lfbrd, they will
btiv the same article for their homea. - " " .:
We have been told very frequently that many articles
called Sanee, or Table Bance, had been tried by fami
lies! ana did not prove good;-- Bat we have aheady said
there are' a great many worthless things to be avoid.d.
Sometimes dealers say, "We must sell what we nave
hand, good or bad, and litem we will buy the HaJford
onr customers." Bnt good Family Vrocers don't talk
in this war. ThM very well know that thw Half ord
ths best Table auoe in the world, and that .th7 must
keep it or lose their castonwra, -who sre not- so b sold
anything bnt the best .
Our especiai reason remains to be given why certain
families are tut at this -writing supplied with the Hat-
ford Table Sane It to swing to tha. prejudice which
exists in favor of Foreign ssanufscUirM. A great many
people believe implicitly that so long as aa article
comes from abroad, K must be more worthy than any
thing made in America. These very people forget, and
they seem to take great paina to do so, thai in general.
only th s poorest good that ara manuiactcred in Eng
land or France, are sent to America for sale. Beside,
the English makers of Relish in an especial manner,
put np many kinds of cheap staff, wtrksh did they not
bear the names of certain sell known ooaeemsfof
whom better things should be expected), Americans
would Lspura thsm as moss unworthy. Bnt the fact
remains that notwithstanding all the. reasons that can
be state! or urged, there are many people' who would
rather buy sad pay for at a large iprica, and then eat
(seeaast the goods earnerem Xnrope), Sanees in which
asssfmliils. anise seed and molaa-es give tha flavor and
sweetness, than to buy, at half Ihe momey, tha gecsino
Half ord Table Sauoe, which contains" not one of any
these and is indebted fus Itopapuauily to the parity
ths most healthy' eoodflnantg, J If or do then people
understand that Mr. Halford is an Englishman, who
mads ths ths Sauce that now bears his name, there,
he. now doss here, and if ha was to twin there and
make it now, wa oonld import it and sell it at j double
the aafcst J fv x --'..:. ..- .K
Bat another word abont the partiality for English
goods because they are English.-- Do we Americans buy
leooanotivss abroad 1 HSv. ws not long ago displaced
the apologies for them made in England, and substi
tuted onr machines t Does th. man who tolks shoot
pianoa made in England send there for one ? We have
better printing and writing inks snade bare than Kng-
land can show, sad wi export these to Iheosdsrs
sensible Englishmen. Do people in t his country go
England to find good Hotels .
There ia no limit to proof showing the superiority
this excellent article, tha HaUord Saacsvover each and
everything of a similar una Everybody who nses it
onr ref erenoa- Avoid ali bnt this, and yoa are sue
have the best thing and, for tha least money, for de
pending npon our large sals, we have struck at once
the lowest prios at which to saa be sold. Bar one hot
tie and make a trial of it Ton will at once see that
a aecseity as well as a huury, and that it Is economL
desirablsv, , . i .
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..v. o ') :-!.-::.;C-T '
EVERY FIRST-CLASS GROCER
; ' , j i r '.-, :: " A i. A
' j ; -.-.' i-sv i ?I -'r.-l
At Only rifty: Cents per Pint
Bottle, and in any Quantity .
to the Trade, by . , . .
Matthew QxdS h Co.,
87 ; Water Street,
i t. 1
L--:a (-::'. 'r.-.i
(Sncoeasors to J. H. BSED 1 CO. J
32 Lake St., Chicago,
IMPORTERS ANT) JOgREKS LS
Fancy Goods, -; Pure Djo Stnffs,
Window Glass, Glassware, .
Soda Ash, Caustic- oda,
Japonic, . - Taints, Oils, dtc.
Oldest Drug House in the West.
ESTABLISHED IN VSaC Z
DEAL ONLY IN THE BEST OF GOODS.
Special attention given to
" . WsaraAcsntstor
Pare Drurs Iv Prices T-Qalca Sales !
Call and ret oar prions before purchaains- elsewhera
fW Orders by mail will be priced aa low as if bought
in person. -- '
T1IE reat French Secret for ladies or Geala,
Address D. B. GALLANDEA. Toledo, O
increasing we anapoi
r ' M t
Jiiscomnbuhded vpok Scientific
y out mail-
r - .-f . v.l
I .new and valuable preparation for the re
' lief ud car of Gravel, Irritation of the
Bladder and rn9l-i,-.lciB"e"
' r matlc and Gontj Affertioas Pains ,
I ' " , U thsB at-k and Loins, ec, Ac .
- ' To those suffering from diseases of tha Kid-.
neys and -Bladder, and the censeuneuk. train
af distressing ailments, this remedy Is confi
dently recommended as a relief, and needs but '
trial to prove its great value in the cure ot
the above mentioned diseases. As an Altera
tive, this Elixir will ba found ranch mora
beneficial than, tlie preparations of Sarsapa-
rilla, so popular, (and we mfght say of ques
tioned medicinal value), and where a Blood
' Purifier ia needed, there la nq question bui
that the ,
. - i'Tiif- .. J.-'.". -.
: Diuretic and. Alterative Elixir
Will accomplish all that is desired. Those
livinc ia malarious diatxicU, West and South,
as a general thing need; on the approach ol
. . . . . ..in .
warm weather, aucn a rexneny , one insi wn.
remove Linguor, and restore tone and vigor to
the system. No preparation will more effect
nally nefompttsh thia than the ' ' '
DIDHETIC, Hj.3 5 JLTEHATIVE ' EUXIH. :
It la by .far a wore potent and effectual A iter
ttive and Blood Purifier than Sarsaparilla,and
free from all objections that may be made
against the latterT" sBJItS 'usual adjuncts.
Iodide of Potassium, or some preparation vof
Mercury. . : :
mXl'Fit'Tl'EK.D BT THE PROPRIETORS,
Importers asd Dealer In
: DRUGS, MEDIOII.ES;PAiF.Ta
j ' Sannfattarert of " " '
Chemical & PharHuCButiCal Preparations,
ASD . . . ;
' .:: .. i I . " -'I.-- " !
; ITs.W. Cor., .th and VbD.Strs '.
(opposite POSTorrtcr,) "
: ! Cincinnati, - Oliiff -:
This is NO PATENT MEDIOINK HUMBUG, gotten
np to dupe toe ignorantana erwiulona, nor is M repre
sented ss being Y-osmposed of rare and prscioas sub
stances brought from the 4onr oorners of the earta,
carried seven times serosa tbe Great Desert of. Saharan
on the backs of fourteen camels, and brought across
tne Atlantic ocean oa two ships. " It is imnpU. miU,
aoolAmy remedy, a perfKt ram for CATARRH and
-Cold in THB lirAD," alsa foe otfes resth. Loss
or impairment cf the sense cf Smell. Taste Hearing,
Watering or Weak Eyes, Pain or Pressure in ths.HeaJ,
when caused, aa they all not anfrequently are, by the
violence of Catarrh. - -
1 orler, in good faith, a si an ding Reward of $& for
a case of Catarrh that (.cannot cure,'
"For Sale by most Urn agists Everywhere,
Palcx SO CaKTS, i :
' Sea tbymail, post-paid, on receipt ef 8mr Oaam
F.ur packages for i'Xuu or 1 dozen Ior itt-VU.
bead a I
wo eent stamp n
Adrirssa the Pmi
for Vn. tiags's paarpblet en
R. V. PIERCK, H. IX, Borr xxo. V. Y.
Srtfli DAT I 40
ns r articles for Asvots.
U B. gUAW. Albei Ma
f IITATlftH BHSni?F BTHTrtJ
iiiiiHiiun r wfiuww riHtJikiiui
Perfomtrll Plasters tn I mltadoa of
- ALLCOCK'S '
ara being offered for sale. These wa have seen are a
preparation of "lead piaster, and calculated to induce
paralysis. ausUfenoas snd colics. , v : - ' . '
To give relief from pain is the object of ALIAJOUK.'S
POROUS PLASTEKS, which are warranted to contain
ONLY INNOCENT DRUCS,
without n particle of lead or any mineral whatever in
their composition. - Ws have made them for ' twenty
seven yaara, and will always prepare them a. heretofore.
They are harmless ; bnt for local paina nothing has ever
proved so vastly sarative, as an outward appiieatiao, as
tha justly celebrated , ; - : . ; -.
Porous Plaster of Sir.' Allcock. '
Evea stricture of tha bronchial tubes, dropsy of the
heart, tumors, internal and ovarian, ara said to have
bean cured by this plaster. Bnt ia all nsea for a
strengthening plaster, and for nervous and lceal pains,
we have the testimon of tha first pri riots ns of ths
TJa Red States and of Europe in their favor.
How great the comfort to bave a sutbeating eoaga. to
have sharp pains of the ehas. queer creeping sensations
around the heart, cured by the simple remedy of a clean.
flexible, entirely unobjectionable plaster t But internal
tumors, considered of a fatal character, are also cured
by this mild and innocent application, which, acting
like a second akin, produces a ataadj pressors by which
absorbtioa, resulting iu ease at once, and ultimate cure.
Being a preparation from Frankeneense, Rubber and
Burgundy Pitch, they seass to pucasss the quality of
and imparting it to tha body, whereby tha circulation
of tba blood becomes equalized npon the parts whets
anolied. causing pau and nraHd action toeeesa Tha
Porona Plasters are flexible, and found of great help to
those who have weak backs or pain in the sida-Kspa
cially are they valuable to those who have neglected
colds. They are often preventives of ooosumptiom ; nay,
they are believed to have loosened the grasp of this
terrible affliction, and been mainly instrumental tn
effecting a enra In variable climates the shoaid be
worn on the breast er between the shoulders or over the
kidneys, by those who ara subject to take eold easily.
This simple olan will sooa produce a constitutional
vigor that will suable it to remst aitraordinary changes
of tempera tare. Experiensa has proved, the Porous
Piaster to ba a blessing to the consumptively inclined.
invariably prodnsiag tha most remarkable abatement
of tha wont symptoms. . . . . (
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; From the Bev. Dr. Beattie.' -"".
Scotchtowst. Orange county. It. TCct, MK 196a.
Thomas AjIlcock. A Co Sing Sing:
" Tour Porous Platters are a great blessing. My
d.nmhtMT. luhella. hadiwheoaiaa soacher me twelve
months since; when the seventy of the disease
abated she still for six months had a distressing cough,
and became very weak and thin. Finding internal
remedies ot no avail, an alleock's Parous Plaater was
sppbed to her chest.. The ceogh waa relieved from th.
day it was pet on, and in one month was entire lycrrred.
I am yours, truly, - - - xr. dha . i .r.
Nervous Affection of the Head Cured.
For two tears I have been a great sufferer frost neu
ralgia in the neaa, ana toona oniy temporary n
.11 th nnmie nnllriiM that 1 have tried nstil I
sDnhed one of Alleock's Poroos Plasters. ' I cut it into
thro strina niacins-one under each shoulder blade and
t he other over tha mall of the back, and for the past
three months I have had scarcely a twinge oi we 010 pain.
lulnH,lllMniarfTmBmu dijeasce to toss
no time in making; a trial of the wonderful Porous
Plaster. A. r STERLING, SecV bwger Ml, vxv
KW YORE. June S. 18ri8. .
: - GaTK rrows, Ahv. Vert. XI. 1868.
" Turm A nmn A fVl Dnrina the extensive
praotioe of tea years I have been a freouent witness- ef
the magical qualities of your POROUS PLASTERS.
I can certify that lfier ara all yoa claim far thess. in
fact, I have never k nown them to fail in giving relief in
local pains, or to impart snpport to tba part where
applied. Send me six dozen at once. Yours,
... ROBklRT t CAJlPBrtLL, ?TD.
D. Meyer, of Savannah, Ga, says they are the best
mechanical supporters for weak muscles aver discov
ered; that by their warming properties they bring
power and health, nntil the strength ef the mnscles is
entirely restored; that he knows a case where Auceck's
Plasters cured a gentleman of weak spine ; that he daily
prescribes them in bis practice with, tha happiest
results, and desires us to refer to him. t
Dr Henderson, of Farnville, la., ssysr-' "
The counter irritant effect of A Iloocit a Porous Plas
ters is prodooed 10 such a auld aaeV gradual way, thry
so invigorate the circulation around the parts to which
they are applied, and exert upon all nervoas diseases
such s great sedative influence, that I place them oon
hdently at the head of .very plaster now ia use."
Jr. Johnson, of Hartford, eays: .; H-(
My daily experienc oondrrus th. very superior excel
lence of your Ponme Plastera At this moment ef
writing a man applies for one, who, by entanglement
in a abaft of machinery, had both nleS broken, spine
severely mrarea, ana was for nearly a yearwikireij
i nis man louna reuei very
cation of a plaster to his spina Re waa soon, enab
to work, and i
now he labors as weUss ever. He would
eheerf ully pay nve dollars for a single piaster if they
eonid not be had at a lower rata. Surgeons aboutf'
make nse of these perforated plasters to the evcrasmn
of ail others, aa their flenbibty and adhesiveeese sr.
greatly in advance ef ail ethes plasteva with which I
sm acquainted, while the perforations peculiar to them
reader than grea-ly superior to ail other, few ordiaarv
surgical uses. Knowing the plasters to be so use Jul. 1
have no seruples I nif ssntlments sbeuld be known,
J" J. W. JOiLSar"., M. o.
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Tnncv nftha llflart Cnred.
Gun RnjDii P. O., DaLawaaa CtonirrT, Pa. J
asarco 10, i'ic 1
f sears THOWAg AlXCOrrg, A OCK itsnng been trofx
Wed with the heart disease for a long time, and after
doctoring with onr physician for months ana obtainang
no relief, I gave on in despair. I was troubled with
sharp pains in my chest and loud sounds sbvot my
baart, and often alt that death would be a Messing.
Ak this tuna a was persuaded to apply one of your
Porous Plastera Within a few noon artor placmg one
an mv cnest I fett no mere Dain. and all throbbing
oa my coest I felt no mere pain.
ceased about my heart, an
ceased abeot my Heart- ana A I
.... : ' 25,000 Sold by OneDaler. . .
Hsssrs. J. Balch A Son, of Providsnca R. I.-write,
November, I8,-"We have sold lha Posaos Plasters
for twenty years, and, at retail and jobbing, must have
sold twenty live thenesan ai together. ; Thay ara well
' . . irrw Vnsr. Nov. S3. IPCS.
T. A1XOOCK Oa Gentlemen I brtelr suffered
severely from a weakness ia my back. U&vinc heard
year atssters mnca reeonunsaded lor eases of this knirJ
I procured one, and tne result waa all that I could
desire. - A single osastar cored main a week., "room,
respectfuny, . G. BRIUGSj.
- OOOTX STOBE, RcsJngham Conrrtj, Va,?
- 1 November ii, lotS.
a.vw a r-A - . - -
i nffMH mmmIi fmn a nain and weakness In
my back. I tried many applications prseenbed bfour
doctors, but without doin any good. At length I ansa
A: Man Saved from Lameness for life
. a ..ntWnn. tmm nburinsr the heel of his boot on a
pieoe of orange peel, waa suddenly thrown down and
L.i..i. Mi kni Hows, six months con
fined to the bouse, though he had the best medical
advweV At laitfcii apphed an AXJXXHJK'8 POROL8
PLANTER, and ia leas than two months his knee was
perfectly coree. - -
- Cnre of a Badly Crushed Breast-
aiay 7, lorH.
- Ttn TV. rnrsr. 1WW. mv breast bona was
crushed snd badly injured by being struck by a heavv
spar. 1 was tasan home senseless, where for weeks I
i . ....... n4 rfo.rh Mi doctoni could do but
bids for na sod I snlferwd continual paiav Thedotirs
thoogbt a blister plaster would help if pat on tne
breast, bat I thought 1 would try. instead, AUoecks
Poroos Plaster. I put one on my breast and side, snd
from that time began to get better, and tn on. month
I was weU, free from pain, and able to attend to ni
business Any one can sail and sm my breast and 1
will ahow them a modern miracle of euro.
,. : J. R. BUCK,a 2?outh Fifth St
, . . . v iluamsbnrgh, la I.
THOSfA-iAlXCOCJI AOo:-f- - , ,, ' , .
A child sight years old. son of Mr. Draper, of Sing
Sing, fell out of s left some twenty feet. He wsa sediir
brued. SU plasters were torn np and applied to
every bnrise. Th. n.xt day he was sot playing as usual,
and in a few days the plasters were removed and he
was perfectly oared. . ;. 1 it , -
. Croup. ... . t.T- .
A ease occurred of severe crrrap, where no doctor
could be had before morning. Th. mother netnongas
of seme Portns Plasters she had in the house. hy
were slit so as to fit around tha throat and chest.' i ne
whistlmg breathing soon aoatoa. in a lew own
child slept, and. la the morning no sign or croup
remained. ' '
v . .. : Asthma Tared-. -J-m
' itr. Vf .. tw Snrins- Street. New.Tark. writes
Jsnnary 1. 1S:-"I have bean attlioted with asthms
for upward of ten yera. receiving no benefit from
medical men. I ws. advised by a mend to try one ef
Allioek's Porous Piasters. 1 said I had tried several
kinds of plsaters without any benent, and suppose.
they were all auxa aiy menu gave uiv w v, -and
urged mate use-it. 1 dtd so, a-sd have new worn
tnem steadily lor nine monius, au uuu "J"
tiuji I have tkaen tor many years. m I.
thia awful complaint I ay give them a lair cnance, uu
you. wiu Dies. ,- C';..rii. K-ifVwd
Mrs. James rx. ounra - .
r . mm thiewn frnsa her earxiaKe ana
i thrown frora her earxiage
bad her arm broken between ID. eioow auu uio
shoulder.. Af tea-her arm was set and Mfbn
fully knit she continued to suffer great pain atths
point of fracture, and passed maor amfaring daysand
Leepless nihts, nuthing relieving her until see sp pied
Alloock's Porous Plastera After using theus one
month she was completely cored. She obtained "get
eU ef the first day (hey were applied. -.-
A Cure Tor Cold 3?eet! 1 '
n Smith. F.sn.. of the American Hotel of Babylon.
L. L, had been tumbled (or saany years wrtheold iesrt
He had seen Alleock's Porous Plaster nsed for whoop
ing eoogh witn great beaettt, and ha eoneluded to try
one for each foot, .cut to the shape of the foot. The
relief wm unmediaie aad he baa never bean treobls4
with cold feet ance. . -
Their aoDlicauou. after taxrrina:. eores lever ana
ague, sgne oake, tbe spleen, and pain of the left sue,
just above toe hip aut, ia inisllitily cored by
Alleock's Porous Plasters, i f V
t. ntHelv nsvanoBiMnlK both in Amer
ica and Kurope, and approved by all pb'"ana They
. . . . - . xnmiimatL me, well aa m Dams
fof the side and back, ahe'her they Prooeed.from memkr
ness, fatigue, or ouioxsw - f : .
Eheumatism of tne w nsts uirea.
v . .Mh,lninff
- and other eanses I lost the use of
i wri sta i applied an Alleock's Plaster around each
" .. -tn. m. f bonra thaw wen cured- -1 thtna
wrs-kinirmen, espeoialiy mechanics, should never be
withoatthem. : JUMf U Lt-V U, Carpenter, .
fear AlOlU Avenue, Ding ain, iswo. o, iocs.
Um ttinhArds. a wall Sum.u norsan M tiina Sina. wat
en red of rheumatism of the wnata by these Plasters In
tewasv ; ; ?" :J m: -.: -i
Caoros. Wsstchsate County, Ifoe. t, ISA
Messrs. THiiMAB ALTjCOCK A CO. ,
UkktLkxsm Some three rears ago l was F"-"
by a terrible pain in any hip. My doctors seia r w
rheumatism, but whatever it was rt oonnnea m J2L
house for two years, and notning spp-- r
I tmaiiy put on one et ysur rww; ---"-.r "
mMrtim f.lt. hattar. I keOt USMlg tOtn IOV mM
and hlv. eatir.lv rscovered ; and tbougn maca expose
have had no return as u i ink li-SON.
If TO. seed a Plastet be, axre and roonje -a rf AB-
oock't Porous ana yoo a. - -
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