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Health T Happiness, rFa ID ur --n·srG Orn IOW ,t OO KRESS' FEVER TONIC I A CURE CUARANTEED IN EVERY CASE. Du.sb Ullng It Are Authorlaed t* flEFUND THE MO.NEY if It Waill to Came the Worst Case of T.AARTIA OR FEVER AND AGUE. w" s'O II, 0 DCImE PA"mt, KRESS TONIC OOMPANI, mss.al A. REMEMBER NO CURE, NO PAY, f e. L ,, .m -- _ SM· -t . t: ou t, Ildo, I lqt ý n eCar.o r, aMul aga me d a ewes. Iln 7 1e Ra s Llalo, cta ssiba, U» nrmw, b th w o.ti w rlal I.aaea sanrlew it 1sak t .+.lirr eterrbsee at $1.0 abah Az3m, eL oaSERx Or vas Stomach, Liver W'and Bowels PACIFIC "LIVE Sam m uPILLSa am psi jr... .. am s 1 FEVER TONIC Wh am.aaRe, ta Ir hooe um I. ru Yo_ m. vmI d CO., L t m s(tUme.nb ela we" h w.** ,u en rs I mdealm4 hryr eyour "Taull' Paech" - NATUAK'g agNURfy a Mpshed , Dj a, . oiear them ar mla-will strive t ro drai - Kmmdoa s...tn. eared the-, of. Ds .• pl FRAZER la ý vd w et r sa to Msse atsl O p ubl. her.L t d .t . laan u, o ng ofiemtte wantal Rbieh, they Dotec pr Ce ota eo a Bte , nmn R e Th a. s. eWja - nMoltare; i nten ite l aInd inW me_ aL O iLht; wArN by crale h. *aF FtR AZotEnue tumor form, , wi. s r,. am,. eri top. th - d plem edia. tcea, ableration, obd nok d n rui0gt all 8kin Dpb (AYNd twoc*at. mrlofi pt Wi~l Sw!l a i e of Ora nern. t *_ e ie ean do so lor ik Evory person is ;cteresetd le their own affairs, and if this ine**h tUneeye of any one * who is suffering fonL the effects ,of a torpid liver, we will admit that he is interested in getting well. Get a bottle of Prickly Ash lfitters, use it as directed, and you will al ways be glad rou Iea.1 this item. Mrs. Elisabeth Shepard, of lridgeptt, Conn., celebrated her ninety-ninth birthday recently, and though aht In vigorous health, bid fair to bevote a centeuarinu. Oemm.eas n a nutshell. Don't dr . T'he nervous system is the seat of animal lie, and its office is to furnehll intelligence, eneation, and fovert the functions of the body. If the peFton is bq.n with natural inability of the neryve, all the medicine is existence eannot nmake them a c,"nreu ftion, or furnish health. If by tental and physical overwork, 'ot tissipation, the healthy nervous system is weakened, we are sick bsea~s they are unable to keep the qitl h goingr. In such a came, how mrth so Tou gain by forcing a function With an irritating drug? The reasetion leaves ite nerves weakerthan before. This accounts for the thousands of nervous women in exletence. The Moxie Nerve a Food has proved 100,000 times that it can restore such cases without harih Druggists have it, One of the rare productions of Jackson eounty, Michigan, is a white rattlesrnake with seven rattles. It belongs to Richard Qiouch, and is quite tame. Lamar, Xe. SHas wonderful resource--two trunk rail roans, three more coming. The best soil and dinate in the state. Spring river af hrds plenty of pure water and good drain. age. The best of echools and churches. Beat of land can be bought at wonderfully low priat the. Get therequick before she rises and get the rise. Only has to be seen to be appreciated. It will be th.' same as buying a farm near Kansas City that has made so many rich. For information and particu. Sare, W. SMALL, Jr., Kansas City. A little Michigan girl has without aseist ance picked and mounted on cards, and exhibited at a church fair, 2,125 specimens of four-leaf clover. A farmer living on the old Peachtree a L road, Atlanta, Ga., counted over 150 t snake In an hour's stroll on his farm re- L Scently. "Oh, wad some power, the giftie gie u, " To see ourselves, as ithers se us" Few women want to appear sick, and of yet how many we see with pain written on every feature, who have been suffer ing for i monthe from female weakness, and who could easily cure themselves by the use of Dr. Piere "Favorite Prescription," to - be found at any drug store. This remedy is a specific for weak baceks, nervous or neuralgic pains, and all that class of die' eases known an "female complaints." II. Slustrated, large treatise on diseases of t women, with most succeeeful course ofsee; Streatment, sent for 10 cents in stampe. Address, World's Dispensary Medical Asso* elation, 668 Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y. - A fias little story comes from Rockville, Ill., where it is said that just as a "spread ing viper" was about to strike a baby a cat pounced upon the snakeand killed it. PIei. csd siell deramets ofthe lermh. .lve r. ur0e. Kis. Bladder. Nerveu Dr, asesLo DYSPEPSIA ! ti hmedicine accordingl to dmirections., and obeve what we say in "FlaesadTrue " respect. W da a a net.er stamp to Di. RADWAT t CO., the l .ar o a n Street, Noew Terh, e"Whle and True.' %* Uo sere to get lADIWATS. DR. RADWAY'S SARSAPARILLIAN RESOLVENT t, , t t.T a aoa .asesm a -,h ea Pie the brea osu s moo sl s ei l Pae r? iss. ing 4s e1r5. sa b.le. 1I, aw a '3 u,, * I al ~ IC RC srI Infants and Children. "SMbbmwliallh pr kup, 3 min, . To calla,, -*..., I L baT, - Diasa ho.ilu Sa- omaz PWg, 23m . hJQ _.L .. "Woman's Work is sever Done," t can be made much easier if Procter & Gamble's iLoa M Sqp is used a the Kitchen and Laundry. uh Business, Shorthand and _English Training ci- School, St. Lour. Mo. Sendi for circular. tdHobit ured -m-M rtw -.. M r W.as I Set Rein Holier Co., o~fr. 111loh. h er . & I B A ntT O , S 16h W eed , (a w ld o oM B A L EONTBj. AoentstVanted. to beet se!l. ~V nadrt icles In the ouhrl aimle Free. a - aarii J- -r- OSY.¥s 1Ur.c º. a, i is' worth SOOper lb.Pettit' Eye alve is worth UwwLU$1,000,but is sid at D5esnts a box by deulers. re p SURE CURE DISCOVERED p bou p, U- rLn3 lilm cured; deslrtlrý n'lered, id es feb. dWr'circular a fd nei Lihw. re iL.WtoOeutsilo a Wllia to·aD.C s Chanutl," rI in ATARR i Pbo' Remo for Catarrh is tho ddl j 8oljbidrnn t s orsentbo mail.8 JOSEPH CILLOTT3 STEEL PENS GOLD MEDAL PARIS EXPOSITION WL | SNos. 303-404-170-604. jE UMOST PERFECT 0F PENS, ROPS TREATED FREE. Nivo treated Dropy iand Its compllcaton with tohe eot wonderful uce; see velgetable remedies entlre t I harmless. Remove all symptoms of dropey In eighbt t t wenty days. Curs patientu pronounced hopeless by C thebeuto physcan. From thelretdoethesmptotJ C rapidly disapper, and in tedays at least two hds of r al sympton sare removed. somee may cry humbug without knowing anythig a e realise the merit of our treatment for yourself. 'e are constantly curln cases of long standr-ea thathave been tapped a umber of timwe andthe pe treat declared enable to lIfe a week. Give a full hlstory el ues, name. age. i,. how long alalcted. c. sand fr free pamphlet, containing emonL . Te days treat met furnishemd F boy manL lfoorder trial sendtl )ca . s l to pa'y TpOde. FrpbLe (ntr) pool E. .l GREEN & SONS. M. D' s. d a PAI it ' f la Cares Neuralgia, Toothache, ly Pmhdhe, Catarrh, Cree, Sere Threat, s RHEUMATISM _ La BacS, ti Joints, Sprains, Bru Burns, Weoads, Old Sores aid All Aches and Pains. er all fe cl or this vaInable remedy. S 6o,only rellevo th moat ever ca COLD WATCHE % t l ady'e.h lem ' weer I1 bm S m e Ibthey..s an m et sbie y no se yes a VOWe. fell h 'slet d . elas III the rm55iysad. No - ~ tal.ýi i as We~~~~dl~e q U.L.Do le.Y. *_ Mfl ai L. Cox, Fireman Herald and tlmes, Gouverneur, h. Y., writes: "I sprained my ankle very badly and suf. feed intense pain. One bottle of St. I Jaobe Oil cured the sprains and reduced A Remarkable Case. A case of somewhat remarkable charae. ter is at the time in the London Temper ance Hospital, under the care of Dr. L. J. Lee. A girl, aged 15, had the last molar tooth in the low, r jaw on the right side re moved about six weeks ago. No anes thetic was administered. She was in per the operation she began to yawn, and has continued to doso since. One yawn suc ceeded another without interruption, and with an interval of two or three seconds. Galvanism had been tried without effect, and other remedies previous to admission into the hospital Three days afterward the yawning changed to sneezing, and re cently she has suffered from constant fits Of sneezing, each of which paroxysms ap pears to begin with a yawn. She tseems to have no power of controlling herself, or only to a very slight extent; and she at tempts to do so the next sneeze is more violent.--London Lancet. S 'i G. C. Kniffen, War Dept., Washing. ton, D. C., after two years, says: "lMy wife has not had an alt tck for two years. R I trust St. Ja 0 ,s Oil will reach the utt.er. most parts of the earth, and do as msuch to good in every house as it has in mine," y While stamping flies on an Eau Claire, Wea Wis., stret, a horse cast the e oi on o, of his right feet with such force that it el crashed through a plate glass window. w, caning $100 damage. nrtb ers. When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria, ' Wheshe was a Child, she cried for Castorla, ,o Whenshe became Miss, she clang to Castoria, When shehaldChlldrem, she gave them astoris. I To be a bull fighter of repute is more ,a lucrative than being a famous ball pl.ayer. ý. The Kelly of the Colon arena is to receive $40,000 for the coming winter's season. Josh Billings says, "Brevity and science are the two great cards, and next to saying nothing, saying a little is the strength of the game." Therefore we say briefly that White's Cream Vermifuge is preferred by all as a remedy for worms, for the simple rea son that it is theonly purepreparat ion that brings the worms surely and speedily. The divorce business in Case county, In diana, is looking up. One hundred and fifty-three women have been freed from the t bonds of matrimony within the past eight een months. Perfime of California Flowers. It would not be difficult to name a list of flowers that give out their perfume as freely in this semi-tropical land as do their more fragile sisters beyond the Rocky Mountains, and in addition might be men tioned many others that are only at home under Southern skies. Prominent among r- the latter are the orange blossoms, with bi out which no 8outhern California garden is m complete. They are most plentiful in Feb t ruary and March, but the trees frequently ,s bloom out of season. so that a few flowere can usually be found at any time cf year. n Lat spring a party of E.stern friends r reached Alhambra at midnight, having K been delayed several hours by an accident a on the desert. It was a dark night, and as 4 they walked up Garfield avenue, the main . thoroughlare from the station, they were unable to distinguish their surroundings in this new, strange land. They were plod ding along after their guide to the hotel, not knowing whether they were in the midst of sage brush and cactus, or palms and olives, when a wave of overwhelming sweetness came over them, and one lady cried intuitively, "Orange blossoms! M-m ml" And theothers responded: "Yes, it must bel M-m-!" And during the rest of that fragrant midluight walk the fatigue of travel was forgotten, and specu lation ran rife as to the size and appear ante of these wonderful trees, so near to one some and so far from another.-Vick's Magazine. A ariner with Seven Wives. The little schooner Fleur de Lie., now lying at mission wharf, ismanned, with the exception of captain and mate, entirely by natives of the Society Islands, where she has been trading. The mate is a Swede and has been tlvig in those islands for ths past twenty-five yer. The particular group where the ve has been sailing is comprised of nine islands, inhbabited by 80,0 0 natives. He describes them as quarrelsome and de graded, nnd that the effort, of the mis sionaries are not attended with very great suecess, owing largely to their poverty. A missionary from the United States is lo eate~l there, and has a salary of about $100 per annum only; ronsequently he is oblilged to spend more time earning a living than he lives converting thenatives. Under these contritions the missionnries are not achieving very great success. The wife of the mate is a native woman, and for a native is not unattractive. On being asked by the reporter whether he was not afraid to trust so much leveliness in San Francisco, he replied, "Oh I that makes little differsence, I have six more in the islands."-San Francisco Curonicle. Fnnerala In Cts Bles. PaFne als are occaionsofgreatceremony, Notices, or avisos, as they are called are printed and posted upon all the dead walls, like announcements of an sction or an opera, and printed invita tions are sent to all the acquaintances of the deceased. The priests charge a large fee for attendance, proportionate to the means of the family, and when they are poor it is commnon for some one to solicit eontdbutions to pay it. The spectacle of a begar sitting at a street corner asking almatopay thes burial fee of bis wife or child is a very common one, and quite as often one man see a father earrying in his arms to the emetery the rn of a little one, not beng able to pay for a priet and a arrie too.-Harpe's Magzne The pioner. of the city prison asess that the plae is haunted. Strange sounds that apparently come from nowhere are bed during unsemly hours of night, and have st the nerves of the superstitious on edge. During Thursday night several of the kaeale prisoners became hysterical, serting that the sounds were poane, and on of them is authority for the statement that a disembodii spirit, in regulation nllorm of the world beyond, walked along the corridors uttering the most doleful moans. The _prisoners want to gt out, and consider at an invasion of a freemsn's rights that they should be compelled to keep company with ghosts. That the Lmuds have exited there is no doubt, and requited but little imagination to Sthem the greweome proas of ghosts. Yeterday, however, a defective valve in b city hail foundation was repaired, and CpL Thomas in consequsne, guarantees that th*4roubled spirits are now put at rst.--an Frauisdo Chronicle "How did you happen to fall of the bea·Yt Wsed a young man, after a mem er of his beating party was rescitated. "It was in this way: I was lhying on pof the eabin, and I heard somebody ln They weore cuddled down where the bloom ealdn't strike thsm, and pretty pon a e*o struck my ar. It aid: "'ltaIne, dahling?' " '81 gome.' The home of sumptuary legislation is the State of Jalisco, Mexico. A new law pre. scribes that all males shall wear trousers. If Sufferers from Conaumption, Scrofula. Bronchitis, and General Debility rill try Scorr's EMULSION of Cod Liver Oil with ilypoohosphites, they will find imme. liate reli f and permanent benefit. The Medical profession universally declare it a remedy of the greatest va:ue and very pal. Ctable. Read: "I have used Scott's Emulsion in several cases of Scrofula and Debility in Children. Re'sults hmost gratify. chg. My little atients take it with pleas .1."- . A. lAULBuRT, M. D., Salisbury, Bronchitis is cured by frequent small sea of Pino's Cure for ('onmeunt ion. - - , I' tIIaIIl hi.a l virtues. - r'i INVALIDS' HOTEL SURGICAL INSTITUTE No. 663 Main Street, BUFFALO, N. Y. Not a Wempital, but a pleasant Remedial Home, organimed with A FULL STAFF OF EIGHTEEN PHYSICIANS AND SURGEORS And exclusively devoted to the treatment of all Chronic Diseases. This imposing Establishment was deslgned and erected to accommodate the large numh. r of inrvalid who visit every Statet and Territory. as well as trum many foreign lands, that they may aail thtenelu's of the professiona 'M the Staff If skilld saeCi:tlists in medicine and ullrerv tr-nt nrtnlllle) ". I- 'i Fi:ni" of thli. W Iil v-ae-bntelbrrte institution. A FAIR AND BUSINESS-ULIKE OFFER; TO INVAUDS. We earnestly Invite you to come, see and examine for yourself, our Institutions, applialces, advantages and suceae Ia thronic dirses. Hiave a mind of your own. Do not listen to or heted the counlxa of skeptical friendbo or jealous pbydash know nothing of us, our system of treatment, or means of cure, yet who never lose an oppoUtunity to ticmpresent ad to prejudice people against us. We are responsible to pu for- what we represntt, and it you come and visit us, and we have pnisrepresented. tn any parti'ular, our institutions, advanttrges or success, we will promptly relumd aill expenres oyour trip. We court honest, sincere nvestigation hve no scrts, and are only too ie to ntected and candi people wlhat we are doing fur sffering humanity. NOT ALWAYS NECESSARY TO SEE PATIENWTS By our orginal system of diagnosis, we sa treat many chronic examining our patients. in recognizing disease diseases just as successfully without as with a personal coo- personal examination of the patient, we elaim t0 sultation. While we are always glad to see our patients and tniraeulous powers. We obtain our knowledge f become acquainted with thenm. show them our Institutions, and disease bly tihe practical application, to the p familartze hem with our system of treatment, yet we have not cine, of well-cslehiished principles of modern sclIe seen one perso in five hundred whom we have cured. The is to the accuracy with which this system has endowed feet acu'rtcey with which scientists are enabled to deduce the we owe our almost wsitl-wide reputation of skilltull meat minute particulars in their several departments, appears lingerin or chronic affections. This system of almost miraculous, if we view it in the light of the early sges. the marvelous success which has Take, for example, the eleetro-magnetic tlelraph, the greatst iN j through It. demotltrate the fact invention ef the age. Is it not a marvelous dtegre of accuracy e de LLU th display crtain phenoienwr h wh[i w h enables an operator to ti locate a rcte in a sub- II 6 jected lto sclenti i& analyis marine cable nearly three thousandmles long? Our venerable |A and unnmtakable data to guide "clerk of the wether" as become m tborughly familiar with of the skillful practitioner aright in the most wayward ements of nature that be can accurately e nature of diseased conditions. Tne most ample predict their movements. He can sit in Wahito and foretell o treating lingerg or chronic disease an d the what the weather will be in Florida or New York a wellas if a e thus placed within the easy reach of every n several hundred miles did not intervene between him and the distant he or she may reside from the physlcian then places named. And so in all departments of modern science, ment of such affections a spealty. Full particulars o oue wep it i required is the knowledge of cer ta asl, seiaetifle system o examining ad tratng patieietl S signs. From these sentYai deduceacepsttes cen- tan e are contained in h e reo ple'a Cou1Sl m clusions regardless of distance. s oe. aso, ln medi- lMedisC Adviser." Bry It. PklterI, M.. 10t cal science, diseas have certain unmstakable over 300 colored and other llustrations. nt, po- u sign, or symptoms, and by reason of this fact, we Or write and describe your symptoms, inclosing have been enabled to originate and perfect a - stamps, and a complete treate, on y,lr particlr tem of determining with the greatest acuracy be sent you with our terms for treatncr and th nature of chronic diseases, without seeing and pma llo COVMMON SENSE AS APPLIED TO ME31SUUIW L It is a well-known fact, and one that appe to the udgment of every thinking person, that the pby)s11p his whole time to the study and investigation of a certain las of dishease, must tecome betteo r . uaitfed tO u dimeses than be who attempts to treat every ill to which flesh is heir, without giving epecial attentin I, any ceis cof en In all ages of the world, who have become famous, have devoted their lIves to sum pcal rn of s d literature. em b of n o By thorough oraniu ad subdividing te practice o medicine and surgery in this institution, .r" invalid is advantage of this arrangement must be obrios. Medical science offers a vast field for investigaiion, .d_ noP i within the brief limits of a life-time, achieve the highest degree of success in the treatment of ay malady ilnbb OUR FIELD OF SUCOCES t The treaImem oif lso s o t n pmphle tsn nervous disea o a te o wt ch wr4.bel ea dChronicoasal Caar Lary. with a statement of a case for nco tabt' a so whh ::: , Itosedit r s Ma an on of o Trea-t ie to sed r u Ii [on pale.ni bot through oorre- lWe have a speci, P. -rtmeut, apondenee and at our inti tutlo s, conedl organit.ed and devo r , tE i to tute an .important specialty. Ia i enet olf rma of E da - I Wuts tee separate hooks en Nasa, msuiLeting o1r tpecilea ; o if r bes Throat ad Lung Disaswhic give much valuable information, persoun, is given the i Wei t and vi: (U A Tratise on Consumption. Laryngitis and Bronchitis; ate a ttention. impor t -arela (and wOept pmst-paid, ten cents. (I Tr te on Asthm or Phthisi, which have not already elhled trhe ir ofu new and succssful treatent; price post-pa tecencts thhe home p " has the benefit of a tull:4ountile ou Chronic Nasal Catarrh; pri pst-paitwo ents pcialit. Rms for ladies In the Invalid' otel re Lo vate. heend ten cents in stamps for our large law M flO Dysppsiaa Livr Crapla O on Diseases of Women, Ilutrated with n l c re. Tainase Cosistipatlo, Chronle BIhe A colored plates ltie pngyt). rhea Tape.woras, and kindred affection s wy-mml rhea TN a are amonlg those chronic diseases In the sue- I .ENIA (Dlrench), or NTtIO llL l tnttment of which our specialists have in i matter of how long stnding, ie attained greit success. Many of the dislases Is promptly and peraaneillJ affecting the liver and other organs contributing in their fun- our speolajst wish ou h inll to the process of digeston, a vre very obscure, and - not WIi IOut depedeee upon Infrequently mistaken by both laymen and physian for other Abundant referenic , Bend tea ,maladies, and treatment is employed directed to the removl of a llultrated T rate. - b diease which does not exit. Our Complete Tretise on De a I P .L- F LWn , and othr disea ses .,h tIleT n .....t . in ptae stamp.s piletumorsar e perlmanently cured aI illt a ttwi DUIQIT' DInEASE. A )I C l a fiea d tn cnt. for Illurted Tratie kindred maladkc harve be ver lrgely , [~ ~j readly diad notiated, or dietmlined, b chemical ku ilo mecoR, w n eheiry iue s. no The tudyad an ne un ou ou nsideration of ts with refemaee to boraeet 'nch establishment located at No.8 .ew .xford diagnosi. i which our Inttutolo ng a~o became famous , England, have, for may yea. enjoed tinedirsti speiaist aveure mirui~ t h vact nat cr i eapeh ce, the mot sl diseases, nti _a.ndence, rhave be su.. min Isiely aiaptin I id that . .i who apply to us might receive all th IS for the cure of ach ndivdual ems. experienced vm I e whichi nlsa onllyeon S. a eraned b, fr I er wh -h a - Ii. services of the noble miroten o to 6W e_ o stage cc condon ar kown deae contract them innocently. Why-, i-, nee.ia m" disasesthough p essiagvery sumpeor rsemedes nolle win ~ u we canein Imagin. Why any one mot,,l ,onsider Wel -froa an extenra ex that .te oy al ie - mh am t honorable to cure the worst cares of al n plants who Mre sufri from any of theoe dicai [i ]. To this wisecouse ofa die4ml we~diutthe] M Most ot thesem mces can be treated whad gin iI marveloussuccess, attaned bF cu speelaJ in i Tl' danc Jut awellis If here in pesin. S_..... lthat Important an e xtensive tm at our irntutiout sM devoted exclmuslv eto LAl Compl s Trneotles ( pages) co these diseases mat eetitutd a ladling branc ci our mratice the i -m'i I i ua. s__ lora completew ro-n the nat.re and c-kiintyo j b r I to modern surgery are a.num.ly perforomed is OmFL A N TU L . remove ctaract from the ocyc, it n rel·c LiJ m, n. IN TEE L ADE, neUa. They ·leo straJghten coss-eyes and iotert arti u mayr~ 1be included amoag tbhobs'ilin th owIc with other means of our inv.iitlon. whe-reby the greatiL Of In Our Wudrated oml olst on ly has the succ.s of our Improved o ju erati Set sp udaTIelbfr tam e Ibyn ssmj s oocelsnydr le, Fleistil:P. Ruptured erviex ixtI tel an g hini TVL-Ilun dri i ofams patients. Not les so have been the result:, of r~utr.erous operticu by the carlea use c Instl rents in - hWl) erally ae~ulting in ltarrnass. er tcterllts., an 1 ice cum r 1 In.texperiencedo physicians and i Iby m afe and painlsl oper:tio. rermovsas th:s tommoned - otlahnd oher l¶omplme us'- o pedimenta to the Isanrtng ef e hl!prmng. . . S h stulsnd~ noa comp1 m ·OU anully for~i A Complete Trecatice oti anly .rc ottho above malad s i _-ondouree.p h nor pae ogy tm. r rpcl too dlttcult ou uthe nt on rcc.t pt of ten i:-ts e et-ipl atled treaties on these maladie to which we refer with pride. o I Althcleh we have ih the prrcdinlg Ii- th class of cas s to physicians of small experience Is I I A l lV IONilG I r;c- tllc'iititcf tic (.1 the .ngerous..proccdin y . Manyamanhasbeenruhledfor flfe ste alllltcil t) wlili , :,: .-Lair tattnt'lti. dolngwrhl thouain'ls annltafv losetheir Hlwsthrough unskllful U DIsEAs vs 3 lc- mi l ,'v thh. eac+it;. :t the lnvulr tratment. end particularn oy your camseni ten cn in ~ampe i lt,.l ai,l e-,:rriuil I u ,c,,, yet the J[DM U.-.. I l E piellc Ceovulslaoms or 11a p.. t ~ lt lee ,lt It" r ·~Ltii~es a i... rn lu..r.n.. f r I1e re ai rtbtl ei I l aimor PaIls, Loeamotoer A-alx i I rI fi (i thruec c vit wh1hdl I i t, L D..t" lt y arisi g fi Ins t y. -AOi i d ll k tt .rs o f in q u iry , o r o c to su ltatio li, c l! dit b e a d d ia i in 'P'oo dl·eh~l~ USaa Malr~m Soeet, BUITALO, Uneualled-Dr. ae's Catty A black snake tit leet t*A cai tr.. that were in arcahge. r Ttorth the natl. - kprptred stlrlr for the Thomas · r, "u Cnfeof o-mileuls which ; . t· f."nt S•",te aullthor, sub t s *i cttO neona riin i It life %1lt I -po whicharyl " lS. t"oneG ant strengthtO lito I,-,. 1 S.- nt, made i _ the utrrine oryaM an. , 'tl as i eetr ta gleroul displae oments a Ir, rlo r ... is .,t ;, rIt 1 ,,i it. hn promotes speedy recovery. It a>,.!*t uatvre to "I;u ten\l ",, lir'.,l Iisrn " --" c It az ·t rca I u..h iesi, /latel mae icb@ : critical Fhanl~e fr ,m Kdrlt:, tl all 1'nnnu , Le f eu 1 d takoatai tilmes wilthperfect eafetl. P'rlce.. , ltil t I,, srhle, ev - FOn . AL3 . Y ALL iHI fr:1ee fý 5.3.K1CCRI3 LLDRUUCO..SIcProp. .aT.LOUIS. wilh rIi. ,. il inh Iuic free ,.rohl ' ir eu· llllllntl l h its virtues.