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THE SEDALIA WEEKLY BAZOO, TUESDAY, APRIL 15, 1884.
TYPES OP WOMEN. The Paris "Figaro" Gives la Americaine all the Glory. Bell Taanslation by Philadelphia Press. Stylish and pretty, independence personified, but very honest and pure minded, is the American girl. She adores pleasure, dress, luxury ; shows herself morally without concealment, such as she is, in a manner to deceive no one ; knows she is attractive, and loves to attract without committing herself. Flirts all the winter with this one, only to dismiss him in the spring, choosing immediately another. Her resources are capital which never lies idle, She goes out alone ; she travels alone ; or, when it suits her better, with a male friend, with a confidence without limit and an in timacy, in appearance, almost conjug al. The one thus elected is allowed to describe his feelings and to sptak of his love from morning till night, but it is not permitted to him to kiss even the tips of her fingers. After mar riage nhe passes all her days alone and her evenintis in listening to talk of business, mechanical inveutious, farm- in a o.nnftrns or the like. o g She leaves her daughters to enjoy the liberty which she herself has en joyed without grave abuse. Since nothing serious happened to her, why should Marv, Fannie or Jenuie be less strong or less able to meet any emergency ? In one sense she ha3 created the Paris fashioms. Parisians detest her. provincials despise her, yet men of all nations are bewitched with her, though they do not marry her unless she has a large fortune. With reddish hair, paler than gold en, frank black eves, with neither droop nor quail, and a figure which it i3 impossible to imitate, she lie3 back in a carriage as it it were a hammock a natural and easy pose, quite un conscious of its voluptuousness On foot she steps along briskly aud un- concernedly, her heels tapping the pavement as she walks. Attracting many glances, she is yet much occu pied with herself and little with others. A plant from the broad "wiias, wmcn, put in a narrow space and finding itself hemmed in, stretch ed across the grass without disquiet ing itselt with the turn irozwi piants which vegetate around it. Is uuder stood better and criticised less, this young girl would be more truly esti mated at her just value. THE ENGLISH. An adorable face, which, in the full glare of day seems as though in moonlight, so pale aud transparent in its coloring. Large eyes, frank yet modest, with long lashes. Little teeth which lengthen perceptibly, growing like grass in the country, un til at 25 they suggest a kpy-board. Delicate aud without pronounced fig ure when young, later enormously stout or dried up. Almost invariably hideous at 40. Extremely exact in small matters, a model of neatness. There is a prudish simplicity in the arrangement of her chamber, which is only a place for sleeping and bathing No one may enter there. To allow even her best friends to see so much as the pillow on which she sleep ! Oh! no I Shocking! .Absolute mistress the Spanish. I ulation. In royal families the statistics A perfect Creole. A child of nature. I sh,,w n,ore daughters than s.ms. The The sun which makes the orange tree ' Hebrew woman is exceptionally long blossom has developed her sensibilities j jlved- -e colored man exceptional before her mind was formed. There ! ehort 1,Vtd- 1?e "amed state is ia- has been no time to breathe to her a1 voraole to prolongation of life among word of love, vet her eyes speak it al j women. Dr. Uough remarks that ' there are irom 1 tu o tier cent, more NDW IS THE TIME TO CORE SKIN HUMORS. I j. 1 1 I .! L' I" Eats 1 tt e. a cud of choco-! iuaies UUIU umu ramies, yet mere n of her actions to the day of her mar riage, but the slave of duty, she pre pares herself from a child to be a good wife and mother. She chooses her own husband ; her parents are not oc cupied with nor trouble themstdvfs about the matter, for in England the old maid is not an object of content ot. She has her own place in society, a?d, if anything is lacking to her, she alone is aware of it. She hunts, rides horse back, and occupies herself with music, literature and politics. She always wishes to know all about a woman,but is not so critical in regard lo men. Virtuous by i cipie and temperament, she does permit the thought of evil d)in rest in her mind. The daughter nobleman is under the safe-guar .hereditary or personal pride ; re daughter of a peasant is guided by er conscience and follows a straight a if. Her mind is serious and seat men tal. She awaits a young lord v. is traveling around the world or nr "Hi- cer wno is m luaia. one will him on his return if he comes b without being married. If he i faithful she will regret him al ITf- TT 11 1 t jue. unaer ner wnue nans will never be extinguished, an tears of love will still run behi glasses of her spectacles. The herself. late and a cake smelling of roses suf fice for her breakfast. She sups on a serenade. She wears short dresses, pretty stockings and slippers or shoes with out heels, passes her days in looking out of the window when the balcouj' fails or is forbidden her , is very ig norant never reads, and much less writes. Desires to be married, not for calculation or ambition, but sim ply because a natural instinct makes her understand, even before she had ceased to jump rope, that a husband i an indispensible thing. the oeksian. Romantic and sensual. With her love enters first into the brain, then ascends to the heart. A pule blonde; she has the heau'y of youth with a spice of the wicked one about it, and acts in a manner that ought to please him. Her eyes look very modest, be cause she hides them under the lower ed lashes. Loves men in general, and always one in particular. A rigid Lutheran she is very severe on the sins of others, but settles her own directly with heaven. She re ceives cordially in the morning friends of whom she has spoken ill the night before. Has an air of being scan dalized at this or that; it is a defense against other's severe judgments of her. Loves study and music and occupies herself with pleasure in the details of house-keeping. Whatever her origin, she is above all a born housewife. She has a beautiful face and form, which, however, quickly deteriorates, THE ITALIAN. Hate in heart ; love in her eyes. The pride of a great lady with a sor did nature. Loes money and pleas ure. Unsubmissive, idle, passionate Ambitious, vet servile if her interest! require it. She has an attractive person and knows how to dres3 her self in material which perhaps is hard ly cut out. Drapes or wraps herself m a scarf, arranges her hair with a pin and adorns herself with pearls Her voice, which ha3 discords when she speaks, becomes harmonious when she sings. She almcst always marries an Italian and does not seek strangers until afW marriage. Credulous and superstitious, she believes in orans and bad signs, fearing the evil eye, two knives crossed and the point of a straw. She has a luxurious chamber, splendidly adorned with paintings, statues, mosaics and fine chandeliers. The bed is a work of art, the satin curtains are held up by little cupids apparency at play. Ihey would he hard to satisfy if they wTere not content more than six per cent excess of fe mule3 in the living populations. From which statistics we conclude that all women who can possibly obtain one of these rapidly departing men ought to marry, an that, as men are likely to become so very scarce, they can not be sufficiently prized by the otner sex. v r- v v r r a . v wm T a SHlLUlrS YllALilZ< IS What YOU need for Onsuuipiioti. Loss of Appetite, Dizziness and nil symptoms oi Dyspepsia. Price 10 and 75 c nts per bottle, fcolu by Bard & Miller. ANIMALS AND DEATH. How They ADp.oach Dissolution The Question of Their Future Existence. rm iot to with their surroundings. THE RUSSIAN. She is beautiful, intelligent and in different to the opinion of the world. Promises herself many admirers. Goes to the watering places and 13 a reigning bell. S ie plavs for high stakes and gets angry when she loses. Wears Paris costumes m a way which make them doubly charming. Her hair grows in luxuriant waves. She has a nature which casts aside all veils, is fascinating: and good natured Talks better than a French woman ; in everything she is audacious. The habit of absolute command leaves its impress on her. She has never said to a servant, please srive me this or that, but at 12 years of age will order her nurse to be beateu if vexed with her. Loves dogs, u uffles and cham pagne. Eats like a man. Has a luxurious room carpeted with fur rugs. Woman's Tenacity of Life. Modern Age. It appears from the gathered sta tistics of the world that women have l ' o frrootoi' fonorl t f 1 1 fin 1 lion mon of j Nature worships the female in all its varieties. Among insects the male perishes at a relatively early period. In plants the semiuate blossoms die earliest, and are produced in the weaker limbs. Female quadrupeds have more endurance than males. In the human race, despite the intelicct- k ! ual and physical strongth ot the man, : the woman endures longest, and will r i bear pain to which the strongest man ! 1. rr T j: succumos. a iuociu diseases are more fatal to males, and more male chil dren die than females. Devtra as- rv i u l- tjsurts that the proportion dying sud- ; deniy is about 100 women to 780 men; t. j 1.085 men in the United States in :i j 1870 committed suicide to 285 women, s - e Intemperance, anonlexv. srout. hydro- of her resrets may become usrlv. i . i common, arms more tnau he but she will always see him as at 20. When she comes to Pr ims her dresses made by our e-h :t jcephalus, affections of "the heart or ted costumers ; but the English -1 liver, scrofula, paratysis, are far more ness of outline shows itsaugles ti i j fatal to males than females. Pulmo- the softest of materials, fatten - , nary consumption, on the other hand, puffs, etc., and 'Miss i3 only : ,e j is more deadly to the latter. Females dressed up, surmounted by a ! f I in cities are more prone to consump- i' d tion than in the country. All old nut', countries not disturbed by emigration I have a majority of females in the pop- Cincinnati Enquirer. There are those who believe tha divine justice absolutely requires that God should make amends to animals in the future life for all the wrongs they suffer in this. One author Rev. J i ih ii Brown, declares that there is another world for animals. There is no doubt but that many animals rec ognize m their declining powers the approach of death. The doc retires to a quiet, sequestered spot to die. It is a matter of general belief that they seek the most sequestered spot, the most hidden thicket, where, un noticed and alone, they can quietly lay down to eternal sleep. Shrimp and prawns withdraw under atones to die, thus showing a wonderful pre monition of death among: even the lower orders. The llamas of South America have regular cemeteries in which they re tire to die, and the bones are found bleaching in great numbers. Animals recognize approaching dis solution in other animals, without question. The dying whale is at once set upon by the shark tribe The aged buffalo of the plains, sick or starving, cannot deceive the coyote or prairie wolf, which watch him, hound his footsteps, and even hamstringjhim, so that they may devour his carcass. The vultures of the Himalayas gather to the number of twenty or thirty about the dying calf and composedly await his dissolution, that they may fatten on bis carrion. Animals recognize death in others without doubt. They make, a3 it were, a regular uwgnosis ot death, They may have been fooled before. hut old animals show an especial and peculiar solicitude and once satis6ecL treat the dead enemy with contempt or indifference. The she bear, says Honzlan, makes use of a process of ex perimentation to ascertain the death of her cubs. She offers them food, leaves and then calls them ; touches iheru with her paws and finds them cold, ripid, motionless, indifferent. She makes use of observation, comparison, reflection. The elephaut bull or cow makes sure of the death of a fallen foe bv trampling on it and goring it till all possibility of life is quie extinct Animals sometimes show a care for their dad. The duk monkey carries off the dead and wounded. 'Some ani-j mals bury their dead with funeral cer-1 emonies. Casell says uorrillas cover their dead. Certain birds, such a3 the wren, twitter requiems over them, and thi fact is so well attested that "The Wren Requiem" i3 well known as a mournful twitter, quite different irom tneir usual cnirpy, lively notes. That many animals commit suicide is a well attested fact, Dors, abandoned and kicked out by their masters, have ben often known to kill themselves. Stag or deer, when seized by the chit ton, butt their head against trees, The rattlesnake, close pursued, will sting himself rather than, be captured, and the Indians so well know this that, though they eat them as food, they reject them when death comes in this form. Ihese illustrations and i. t . . ii . - i anecuotes snow mat animals possess reasoning powers to a certain extent, and why not a soul ? IT is al .Ins MMsiii wlirii tin Mood ami iipi ration ure loaihl with impurities), tlmt db fiiiuniu humor., humiliating u upti ns, ltcliii tortures, sault rheum or eczema, psoriasis tetter ringworm, hahy humors, srrulula, M'rufulutis ore, alM.es, and i.-ct.arging woumli, ami every p' ie.- of itching, M-al ami pimply diseases of skin and scalp are mst speedily and economically cured by the Cuticuba Remedies. I ix IS A PACT. Hun Ireds of letters are in our possea.ton (copies ofwh.ch may be had ly return nail) are our au thority for the assertion thnt skin, s alp and hi o I luiiiiii'r-, whether scrofulous, inh nt d or con tas ou--. ma NOW le p?rinaio-mIy cured by CtTt ci'ka Kksolvent. the new blood imritier. diuretic and ap'ri nt internally ami CoricuuA and (UT1-i ct'RA Foai, the great skin cures and beuutitiM, evt.Tiiall-, in one half the lime and at one bait the ( expt:ie of any other season. GREATEST 01T EARTH- Ccticcka Remedies are the gro -test medicines on earth Had the worst ease of salt rheum in ibis country. My mother had it twenty years, ai d in tact died fr m it. I believe Cltcuka would have sitvrd her lit . My arms breast and hs'd were cov-re for three ye" rs, which nothing ie!ietd or cured until I used tin Ccticl'ka Resolve.it in-te-natlv and Cuticcka and iTtruu sop ex te-uallv. J. W. AD MS. N' w rrk, O. Great Pit Sal OF 170 SHORT-HORN CUTTLE 6 y o -T- GRi AT BLOOD MEDICINES Th li-ilf has trd been told as to the grat cura t:w (tourer of the t iticcra Rrmedixs I have pa.d hundreds or dollars for medicines toetirodis-is- of the Iom! and skin, and never foiitd any thing vet to equal the C'CTirfKA IUmkiukk CHAd. A. WILLIAMS. I'rovidcncc, U. 1. CURr- IE EVERY CASE. Your Ccticuka Kkmedies outsell all ther tiled t ciiHa 1 ke-p ftir skin diseases. My custoii ers and patients .-ay that they hav etfeeted a cu"re m evcrv instance, where other remede s have tailed. II. W. HKOCK WAY, 31. 1). Fiauklin Falls, N. H. FoW by all dni 'gisLs. P'ice : Ccticura, cts : Reshlvext,1 : Soap, 25cts. Tottek Drug and Chemical Co., Hoston, Mass. Soiitl for4Ilow to 'nreSkIn Diseases." A TTTT7 I"'or rs:hi rhapred and v DijriU i X skin, black hea ls, pit greas . tuple, skm blemishes and inJanti e humors, use Cuticcka soap, a real beaut iher. CATAR RH MARSHALL, M0., April 24th and 25t3i, 1SS4. The S.iHne Coin. ty Breeder will sell, at theatiove time ami place, 17'Hiead of 1'uie jtrel horl-Iolu Cattle, of standard families and such individual merit as wilt commend them to ail ehts-e of buy ers. About otte-third of the ouVriii'.:s wili bt B;il! ready for service. It will atl'ord a rare oppor tunity to secure well brel, sound, healthy stock iirtir home. All represenla.iotts ruaranteid, and a'AI.K Tosiiive. Write to T. C. Rainey. e.j., Marshall, Mo., for Catalogue-, and don't "fail to attend the GREAT SALK of the season. Col. J. Y Jcdy, Auctioneer. Attention is called to the sale, the following we 1: ni Short-Horn, Polled Aliens mid fotllowaya bv the Kreeders of Ijifawtte countv, at lli.gins ville. Mo.. May In ami -id. 1SSI. DOES WONDERFUL CURES OF KIDNEYQ:SEASES AND ' LIVER COMPLAINTS ! Because it acts on the LIVER, BOWELS and KIDNEYS at the same time. Because it cleanses the system of thopolsoi OU3 humors tint C vslope in Kidney aud Uri nary Disease.!, B Jioiujncss, Jaundice, Constipa tion, Piles, or in ltueuriatism, Neuralgia, Ner V0U3 Disorders and f.l Fcnc Complaints. UT SOLID J'li JOF OF THIS. rr "wtll suiiELY curb CONSTIPATION, PILES, and RHEUMATISM, By cauBing PIL2E ACTION of all tho organs and functions, thereby CLEASS?C the BLOOP restoriiiff the normal power to throw off disease. THOUSANDS OF CASES of the wort forrcs cf fio terrible disease; have bcea qil-l;ly removed, and m a Bhort time PERFECTLY CURED. PKICE, $1. t.njt II) Oil I1KV, SOLD Y DltrOGISTS. Dry can. bo sent by mail. WELLS, RICHARDSON & Co., Burlington, Tt. 11 TUr.TEE'S tfALE OF lifreay. .lohti F. lSellmer SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE Head colds, raterv dlseharees from the nr-ee and eves, rt cine noises in the head, nervous head ache and fever instantly relieved. Chokins mucus aisloged, membrane cleansed and healeil, breath sveetenetl, smell, taste, and hearim; resiomi, ana ravages cneckru. Cih, bronchitis, dropping into the throat, vain i tne client, dyspepsia. M-astlnir ot strength and tlenh, loss ot sleep, e c , cured. One bottle Itadtc-1 C tire, one box Catarrhal Sol vent and Stanford's Inhaler. all in onepaekace. form ing a complete treatment, of all druei-t for SI. Ask tor ankoed's Kadical Lubk, u puiedis'ila tmn of Witch Hazel, Am. pine. Ca. tir. mariuold. ciover oiosom, etc. I otter Decoakd Chf.m. OV , Boston. 1 AIN IS THE CEI or a SUffERIHB VERVE rolllns' Voltaic Elec trie llupr instantly ef iects the Nervous bvsteiu and banishes Pain. A perf Kleclrlc Knttery com lii cil with ji Poru.H Plnxtor for 25 cent It annihilates Pain, virilizes mik ami orn Out Parts, strengthen Tired M useless, piivate disease, and does more in one half the tune than any other plaster in the v Arid. Sold evvrr where. WlnitStruck an Old Soldier -ii win soon ue iwentr years since tne war closed " ld r the hot sun of Ausrut. 1S52. thevilbccof Dover. X. J. lay still .is the snhinc in Eirvnt. i m:; .t. c-t r -1 . . . wnnc r.iiiiui ciinip. oi inai piace.siowtr nu so.nv spoke of the past. ' es," he said, "I was in the tne army and paw man of the snihtj of those learful yeary I was finallv dischariren from dssa bility, resulting from sun stroKe. I came honi- inisi-nible in health and spirits ; so enfeebled that I tok cold on the .slightest exposure. Life seemed worthb'jis to me; 1 Itvetl only in memory." i nat was san euougn." l said, dividing mv last two ri'4 rs. 'That's so," responded Mr. hirp : ''but T g t over it. O trw it ? NotexacMy When in tha condition I besan tpkinc Pakkkr's Tonic, and my he i th commenced to improve risbt away I was astonished at it. and so was my wife. I piled on tnetlesh and could eat anything. ly ambition blazeil up. I could attend to businessand now excepting that I have to take care alxnit exjwsing iny-df to th hot Min I am as well now as I was ;h day I enlisted. What dinereucps ther are in thin.s guna aud bayonets kill: Packer's Tonic MIVI-S." Thz preparation, which has leen known as Pakkkr's (Ji.Nf.Kc Tonic, will hereafter If ealbd simpu Pakkkr's Tonic. As nnprineipled denK rs are eiitiiutly deceiving their customerj. bv sub-Humus inferior articles under the name oVging. r, and ginger s really an unimortant ingreilient, we drup the mislu.tding word. Tlo re is no cha-ge, however, in the preparation itMdf, aud all Indites reuiaintng iu the liaiids of dealers, wrapped under the nain of Parskr's (unckr Tonic, contain the genuine metlieiue if the lac simile signa ure of HtscoccA Co. is at the bottom of the outside wrapper. Only Twenty Years in the Business. CHAS. EEIFER, NOW OPEN AT CatarrH ely's Cream Balm ! HAYFEVER t USA. has gained an envia ble reputation wher ever known, display- :ug an omer prenara tions. An article of undoubted merit. Is conveu lent and -eanly. It causes no ;- Au nor sneezing. TS NOT A liquid or Snnfl. t t n gauze, "vnicii noats about her jike the flag of a ship at the s of her great mast. into the nostrils. It will be absorbed, effectually cleansing the nasal passages of catarrhal Mrus, causing healthy .-ecretions. It allays intlamation, protects the membranal linings of the head from additional colds, completely heals the sores and re store? the sense of taste and smell. Beneficial re sult are realized by a tew applications. A Thorough Trkatknt Will Ccbk. Unequaled for COL,I in the HEAD. Head ache antl Deafness, or any kin of mucous membranal irritations. Send for ciiciila By mail, prepaid, S0c a package stamps received. Sold by all wholesale and retail druggists. ELY BROTHERS, Owego, N. Y. 113 Second street, between Ohio and Osage. It is con ceiled by all that Charlev has the best Liquors and Cigars. Give him a call. 2-13w3m SEDALIA, MO. Breeder and Shipper of Poland-China Berkshire kn Stock all registered and for sale. REAL. INSTATE, ami Geshe Bellmer. bis wife, by their certain deed of trust, bearinc date the mI d:ir of March, ore thousand eiaht hundrel and eighy-otie whit h srid deerl is re corded in bMik No. J) on i jiges 'Z!ts and of trus dtl records in the recotd. r's otllc- f Pettis county, Missouri did convey to the tmdendgue all the followiai: described premises ."ituate-i, lying and being in the county of 1'ettis, and state of Mis sou i, to-wit : The southwest quarter and the southeast quarter of section thirty liveOS-'O, twu.hip forty-live 1 13), ninge twenty ("-, exit-pt as follows: Thirty-one aires sold to Louis Jackson, described as beginning on the township Hue Ijetweea townslup forty-four and forty-live, forty poles wet of southeast comer section :"), runniuc'west 40 poles, thence north Dl dfsf hence east GT poles, tlwnce oiith 51 poles, thence w. si 27 $ poles, thence south 10 poles to be ginning; also, except 10 acres being the southeast of southeast of southeast quarter of section also, except nine acres otl the nist sidof the north three quarters of the east half of southeast quar . ... - - . . ier oi swiioii oo ; a. so, excepi one acre out oi tne northwest orner of the southeast quarter of said section 35, deeded for school pur jxses. Number of acies by said deed of trust conveyed beiug '2G0 more or less, iu trust to secure the payment of seven certain promissory notes in said deed described ; and, whereas default has bee made in the payment of th principal of said note? and interest thereon, the same i e ng now pa t due and nmaining unpaid Now, therefore, stthe request of the leal holder of aid note, and pursuant to the provisions of said deeil'f trust, and the powers thereby vested iu me, 1 will, on SATURDAY, THE lOTir DAY OF MAY, A. D., 1SS1. at the front oor of the court house, in the city of edalia, Pet is county, sta'e of Missouri, proceed to c' aid reatestateat public vendue to the highest ( bidder for cash, between the hour' of 9 o'clock a. in., and o o clock p. m., of satd day. or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said debt and the interest, and the costs of executing sak trust. J C. THOMPSON, Trustee.' Sedalia, Mo.. April 7th 1&S1. 4 6w3t. THUS FEE'S SALE. Whereas, Eliza Smith aud Alfred Smith, her husband, by their certain deed of trut dated the ; :Ist day of October lsjjl, and recorded iu the re , corder's otfiee of Pettis county, at deed book 18,; page:EKi,c..nveyed to ttie undersigned A. I. Mor ey, trustee, all their right, title, interest and es tate, in and to the following descrtljcd real estate situated in the county of Pettis, state of Missouri, vis: Lots one fn ami two ti?i in I.von's uildition to Alalia, Mo. Which said conveyance was made I in tiust to secure the pavnient of a certain prou - i-sory note in uu ueei ueserioett, anu wnereas said note has become due and is still uupaid, now. tl erefoie, in accordance with the provisions ot aid deed of trust, and at the request ot the lfgtd holder of "aid note. I shall proceed to sell the above de rilhril real estate at the court house door in the city of Sedalia in the county of Pettis, state afore said, to the highest bidder for cash, at public auc tion, on 0 WEDNESDAY, THE ."0TII DAY OF APRIL, ISM between the hours of nine in the forenoon and five in th afternoon of that day, to satisfy said note, together with the cost and" expense ot' exe cuting this trust. A. P. MOREY, Trustee. Dated this the Sth day ot April. 13-1. 4 Swlt BATE FREE! RELIABLE SELF-CURE, A favorite nrescrlntlon of one of tht C205tnot-d and uuccessful tieciallsts In theTJ.S (now retired for thcureof Xervotts Hvbilitm Ziost Jlntihood, IVeuIniPSft nui I)ecajj fcstcl In plain settled envelopeyrec. I)ruggist3 am fill.C, Address DR. WARD & CO., Louisiana. Mo. 85 S. Clark Sf Opp. Court House, CHICAGO. m A repnlarfrradcato. C5Tlie Oldest Specialist in the United States, whose Lii t. LONt, txetmuNCK, pcfect method and puro medicine invaro ti'ur and permanent CURES of all Private. Chronic and Nervous Diseases. Affections of tho ISlond, Skin, Kidney, II ladder, Eruption, Ulcer, Old KoreK, Swelling of the Gland's isore Alouth. Thront, JSoue JT:iln, pcrmauentb cured And eradic&tud from tho system for life. NCDVft? Iilitij,Impotncii.Semtndl Hm H I y U W Lossvs, Sexu a I Un a y, Men tal and 1'hysical Wca7cnessf tiling Memory, H'caJz JZyrs. Stunted DevcloptiiPtit, Impedi ments to Marriage, etc., from excessesmr ant cause, speedily, safely and privately Cured adf-Xounsr, .IIIddle-Asretl and Old men, and all who need medical Mklll and experience, consult Dr. Bate at once. Hu opinion codts nothinp, and may eave future misery and shame. When inconvenient to visit the city f jr treatment, modicines can be sent everywhere by mail or express Tree from obser vation. ST2lt is self-evident that a physician wh Bives his whalo attention to a class ot diseases at tain Kreat xkltl, and physicians throughout th country, knowing this, frequently recommend difficult cases to tho Oldest Specialist, by wbotn every known good remedy is used. jrDDr. Bate Ase and Experience mnUo his oprnien of ib preine Importance. flf-Those who call Fee n onti but the Doctor. Consnliations free and aeredljr conlldentlal. Cases which have failed in obtaining relief ebewhere. especially solicited. Female Dis eases treated. Call or write. Hours, from O to 4 C to ; Sundays, lo to 115. Guide 'xo Heautk BEST Free. Addreos as nlwvo. DR. HENDERSON, SSa A regular graduate in medicine. Over 16 years' practice 12 in Chicago. Authorized by the State to treat Chronic, Nervous and Private Dia seasea. Seminal Weakness (night losies). Sexual Debility, (lotsof texual power) and all impediments to mar ri.u;e. Also, Piles. Tape-worm Rheu matism, Asthma. Kpilepsv. Urinary and Skin Diseases, ic. Cures guar- rrey refunded. Charpes low. Over i -experience ts important. All med - ady foi use no running to drag oated at a distance by letter and a sent everywhere, free from gaze o injurious medicines used. No de tention from business. State your case and send for terms, i 'on.-iutattt n tree and confidential, person ally or by letter. A BOOK for both sexes illustrated and circulars of other things, sent sealed in plain envelope, for two stamps. Jj?""My Free Museum ts now open see description in above book STFUTi r Cures ail Open Sores ".-Animals irom any anteed or 2l).(XX) cases icines turr stores. Pa express: in or breakage. I Hirsats er rrag Stores. v 60 Costs Box. WeakNervou Whow debllltj, exh. sifted power, pr.uiiw.re ti cay and fuiluro to perform l.t'c duties projjerly are c .c 1 by eiceses? eirrcrs of yo ... etc., will tind a perfect and lasting restoration to robuM !u ::ltk and vicrorous" nianlr nd in THE MAR5TON E. UU5. Neither stomaeh drnr- .; nor instruments. J his tp" ntot Xervnii 15 e b 1 1 1 1 y and rhvlcnl Decay isn '-rmly Fnccessful becanso based on pertcet d new and direct methods and abolr outline. Full informaticn and Treat Aidrcss C onsultinp Physician of MARST0N REMEDYC0..46V;.14thSL. f os:s t hor se free. York. CORRESPONDENCE. SOLICITED Office First Door West of First National Bank, on Second Street. 7-31 wlyr STAGE LESTE. J. M. GAY WOOD, - Leaves Warsaw Tuesdays, and Saturdays. Leaves Climax Mondays, and Fridays. Prop'r. Thurslavs "Wednesdays i-20-wly XJ 'AFTER Electric Appliances are sent on 30 Days' Trial. TO MEN ONLY, YOUHi OR OLD. 7 HO are sutTerin from Nbrvocs Dkbiutt; VV Lost Vitality, Lack or Nervk Forcs aj Vigor. "v.uTi.Ha Wrakkesses. and all those diseases of a I'ejhosai. Kati2 result! f;bm Abcszs and C.ukh Causes. Speedy relief and complete rcsto- AtionorUSALmA Muaami Manhood Witailixtekd. The grandest di 'overr or the Ninett nth Centnry. Stndutoricv fur IliuatrutcU Pamphlet free. Address VOLTAIC BEIT GO., MARSHALL, MICK. "A -!,,.! " rive? inxaru AnakeSIS rcvandto an inlaiLbic tnr tor l'iles. Price $1. at druprists. or sent nrenald brm&il sanple free. Ad. "ANA KES!S ilakers.Box 241fiNevlork. U " FE R E i? from Yonthfnl Lbto Icico. can'inc Uervons Debility. Mental a:.d i'hyi cal Voaness. Valuable lnformat'Ci forhornoenrofrre. LTpad2Syearssr,o- axfaU;. DrJLG.01in.iioxCbica.20 WEAK, UNDEVELOPED PARTS OF T11K iir.MAX ROPY I.,LA1.(;FP. WVKI, O P P. 1 ). ST ft K ( T H K r K t ) ' 1 y i--n in m atlvfrir-ir ni'fi' lonrun ri tx , bHirn'- 'itt tH. u-itnu o.nrrwr.. tt,.T 5"il il i- r-u iiiii- ri S 11 iv lift rs rivnirMI pnrri-Hi r-b. '.' . - uv: KtKAii .u vt,i .. bnttato. ;. .2". W, D. STJLELE Lttor-ney Law, OrriCE : Boom lo.p Porter Block. 5-6UiwIy SS1DA.XT A TVTO. Dr WMtti 617 St. Charles street, St. Lo A reirsUr grvlnate cf two Medical Coll??, h nijaffed in the rcial trca'aieat of au Vei' and Chroma I3i3Csc3 iLxn aay otbex t Lou: j, as ci cy pmperi show, aad all old rr tid- Syphilis, Gonorrhoea, Gleet. S chitts, Bernia, or Rupture all Urina nd Syphilitic or mercurial affect thror-tkin or bnnrs, ar trett. saccei. ca latest ieutiflo principlti. Jat Spermatorrl ea, Sexual Debility ancv, as the reaab r Self-abase In youth, lnn:aturer7ar,orother eaass,aacl Traicb of the talk las eT;ou: nerroutnesa, eem debility, dUraessof sight, defectbre memory face, physical decay, aversioa uaodetyof tea of ideas, loss of sexual power, etc.. render Improper or unnuppy.aro perm jneatij c (36 pages) relauufe, to the above. seM In ac for two postaga stamps. Coniulisttoa at or &e, aad Inrlted , a fri eadly talk or his oplr' Wbn it la lasocreoiaat to Tlsit the ci.. nediciaes can be seat by express or nail ev ;ca3e K-Aftateed.wherertouhtc-i: s l:i OCce haurs: 9 A. M. to 7 P. M. Etalya. Pamphlet, io any address, for T MANHOOD il 9b?or ie WOMANHOOD 51 Sent sealed, oil three, for CO Ceuta Mcnhcod snd Womanhood in G tooethof. IHuatratad, 15 Cents. TINS i 3 .at j8 ihu ?eiau 13 53 PLACES. Tleraat dots -ad ciltb'ndlsfr. C-v ? u.:y ar.U'l' -i .1 osn pict-n.9, Uu t. f.. Miewtng sutj.vts: TVao w. y tt rr' ?r -er aee ti aa: ry. 'VThoBiHrry ir. . fc .J, rar!xl dtfac The eH w of co - -v -fciuMii!'rri :HowIifjaadliiifli " i l'hyr'py ot Kprod tir aud " cried't j!a-,Mla marr;' m j. :tsie-l- r.g practice, I artfr3 t.-rai roavicuuc.ltoujhtto be b ttva locked up. not laid arcBridrJC a. D-sadsag. It ca ta'aa the cream o ait. ,tB)-StK'thfrvvl la a2et-c'.v i i a 7 oae wii? Wi. givo It s. careful j - i i zata. iTpu.rd!tloa.a tne m abov. b-rmk S5 cents ay taail. ."ieais f --gaiue either 4dt!rxs, euota-ng aaouat, 617 St. Charlas street, St. DR. WH1I1 61 St. CLarlos S Treats all fonns of Venera! D iw; Ral Emissions and Socnal I unparallclec1 access. Noiii call or writt jtmphlet or co Can -efer to the metiical garis of the Coimto. was., tiswj siOSi a u I :&i if i re AST - w an, ss jr- -:S iSil