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THE HIGHEST ATITHOBITr
Upon a Subject of Vital Interest , Effecting ; the Welfare of All. The following remarkable letter from one of the leading and beat known sci entific writers of the present day i.s specially significant , and should bo of unnsual yalue to all readers who desire to keep pace with the march of modern discoveries and events : "A general demand for reformation is one of the most distinctive character istics of the nineteenth century. The common people , as well as the more enlightened and refined , cry out with no uncertain voice to be emancipated from theslavery of conservatism and super stition which has held the masses ingress gross ignorance during a large portion of the world's history , and in the time of the 'Dark Ages' cams near obliterat ing the last glimmer of truth. Dogmatic assertions and blind empiricism are losing caste among all classes of all countries. People are beginning to think for themselves , and to regard authority much less than argument. Men and women are no longer willing that u few individuals should dictate to them what must be their sentiments and opinions. They claim the right to solve for themselves the great questions of the day and demand that the general j good of humanity shall bo respected. As the result of this general awakening , wo see on every hand unmistakable evi dences of reformatory action. People who , a few years ago , endured suffer ing the most intense in the name of duty , now realize thcfutter foolishness of such a course. Men who were under the bondage of bigoted advisers allowed their health to depart ; suffered their constitutions to become undermined and finally died as martyrs to a false system of treatment. There are millions of people filling untimely graves who might hare lived to a green old age had their original troubles been taken in time or properly treated. There are thousands of people to-daylhoughtless- ly enduring the first symptoms of some serious malady and without the slight est realization of the danger that is be fore them. They have occasional head aches ; a lack of appetite one day and a ravenous one the nextor an unaccount able feeling of weariness , sometimes ac companied by nausea and attribute all these troubles to the old idea of 'a slight cold' or malaria. It is high time that people awoke to a knowledge of the se riousness of these matters and emanci pated themselves from the professional bigotry which controls them. When this is done aud when all classes of physicians become liberal enough to exclude all dogmas , save that it Ls their duty to cure disease as quickly , and as safely as possible ; to maintain no ether position than that of truth honestly as certained , and to endorse and recom mend any remedy that has been found useful , no matter what its origin , there will be no more quarreling among the doctors , while there will be great re joicing throughout the world. " "I am well aware of the censure that will be meted out to mo for writing this letter bnt i feel that i cannot be true to my honest convictions unless I extend a helping hand and endorse all that I know to be good. The extended pub 1C lications for the past few years , and 1CT graphic descriptions of different dis eases of the kidneys and liver have awakened , the medical profession to the fact that these diseases are greatly in creasing. The treatment of the doc tors has been largely experimental and many of their patients have died while they were casting about for a remedy to cure them. " "It is now over two years since my attention was first called to the use of a most wonderful preparation in the treat ment of Bright's disease of the kidneys. ft Patents had frequently asked mo about the remedy and I had heard of remark able cures effected by it , but like many others I hesitated to recommend itsuso. A personal friend of mine had been in poor health for some time and his ap plication for insurance on his life had been rejected on account of Bright's disease. Chemical and microscopical examinations of his urine revealed tho" presence'Of large quantities of albumen aud granular tube casts , which con firmed the correctness of the diagno sis. After trying all the usual reme dies , I directed him to use this prepara tion and was greatly surprised to ob serve a decided improvement within a month , and within four months , no tube casts could bo discovered. At that time there was present only a. trace of albumen j and he 'felt , as he expressed it , 'perfectly well , ' and all through the influence of Warner's Safe Cure , the remedy he used. " "After this I prescribed this medicine in full doses in both acute and chronic nephritis , [ Bright's disease ] and with the most satisfactory results. My ob servations were neither small in num ber nor hastily made. They extended over several months and embraced , a largo number of cases which have proved so satisfactory co my mind , that ; t would earnestly urge upon my profes sional brethren the importance of giving a fair and patient trial to Warner's Safe 'Cure. In a large class of ailments where the blood is obviously in an un healthy state' , especially where glandu lar engorgements and inflammatory eruptions exist , indeed in many of those forms of chronic indisposition in which there is no evidence of organic mischief , but where thwgenoral health is depicted , the face sallow , the urine colored , con- tituting the condition in which the pa- .ient is said to be 'bilious , ' , the advan- : V-age ° uined by the use of this remedy is remarkable. In Bright' * disease it deems to act as a solvent of albumen ; to soothe and heal the inflamed mem branes ; to wa h out * the epithelial de bris which blocks up the tubuli urini- T feri , arid to prevent a destructive meta morphosis of tissue. " "Belonging as I do to a branch of the profession that believes no one school of medicine knows all the truth regarding the treatment of disease , and being independent enough to select any remedy that will relieve my patients , without reference to the source from whence it comes , I am glad to acknowl edge and commend the merits of this remedy thus frankly. llespecttully yours , II. A. GUNN , M. D. Dean and Professor of Surgery , Unitec States Medical College of New York editor of Medical Tribune ; Author o Gnnn's New and Improved Hand Book of Hygiene and Domestic Medi cine , etc. , etc. THE MARKETS. OMAILA. WHEAT No. 2 , 83c. BAULKY No. 2 , eic. BAULKY No. 8 , 30e. RYE No. 3 , 43 . CORN No. 2 , JH5c. OATS NO. 2 , 35c. FLOUK Wheat Graham , $ > Wd3 00. CHOP FKEI > Per cwt. OOc. SHOUTS Per ton , $14 00. OUANGKS Per box , $10 00. LEMONS Per box , i 00Sfl ( 50. APPLES Per barrel $ R 2Za3 W ) . BUTTKR Creamery , 20g-22c. BUTTKU Choice country , 10ti31f > c. EdGS Fresh , H(3)lSc. HAMS Per Ib. Ulic. SHOUUHHIS Per tb. 6c. PORK Per bbl. $17 00. LARI > In tierces , per Ib. l2Kc. SHEEP-43 00S3 ( 75. CATTLE $3 00S450. ( _ CALVES $6 00(37 00. CHICAGO. WHEAT Per bushel , 937 ' < a94Vc. CORN Per bughel , 49.Vc. OATS Per bushel , 271 c. POKK $10 25. LAltn 47 8ord 7 873s. Hoes Mixed , $4 70rST 13. CATTLE Exports , ? 6 00(5)0 ) 50. SHKKi1 Medium to good , 3 253 75. ST. LOUIS. WIIKAT Per burihel , $1 00X. CORK Per bushel. 46 > c. OATS Per bushel , 25r32Ge. CATTLE Exports. $ o 75(56 15. SHEEP $2 51X54 00. HOG s Mixed , $4 JMS. > JX ) . Luther's Anger. In Professor Fisher's paper on "Mar tin Luther , After Four Hundred Years , " in the October Century , is quoted from Luther : "I never worked better than when I am inspired by anger ; when I am angry 1 can write"pray , and preach well , for then my whole temperament is quickened , my understanding sharp ened , and all mundane vexations and temptations depart. " Every famllv should be supplied with Pern * Davis' Pain Killer. Its magic effect in removing pain from all parts of the body has given it a world-wide reputation. No family having once used this medicinewould willingly be without , it. Mrs. Langtry sails for the United States on the 12th of October. THK most comfortable boot in town Is that with Lyon'fi Patent Heel Stiff eners. Some girls can't toll the difference between love and taffy. LOOK OUT FOR VKAUDSI The Konnlne "Roueh on Corns" Is made "rly by 15 S. Wells ( mopr'eror of "HO'ieh on Uay , anu haa laughing face of a man on Iubo'.3. loc & 2oj touted. The free night schools of Paris are attended by 1-COOO pupils. The only iciuiuitii : Iron Medicine that does not croduce headache. &c. , but pives to the system all the benefits of Iron with out its tiad effects , is Brown's Iron Bitter * . The cost of stopping a railroad train is said to bo from -10 to 60 cents. UON'T DIE 1ST Til K HOUSE. " Rongh onllaW clean out rat. * , mice , fltea , roaches , bed-buss. 15c. A barrel of money makes a hog set in society. [ New Orleanq Picayune. HAY-FEVER. T can recommend Ely's Cream Balm to all Hay-Fever sufferers ; it IP , In my opinion , a b'ure cure. I was af flicted for 25 years , and never before found permanent relief. W. H. HASKINS , Marsh- tteld , Vt. HAY-FEVER. I have been a Hay-Fever sufferer for three years ; have often heard Ely's Cream Balm spoken of in the highest terms. I used it , and with the mofct won derful success. T. S. Geer , Syracuse , N. Y. The telephone is as common in India as in New England. Vitiated blood needs cleansing. There is only one remedy for all puch cases , Samari tan Nervine. The fool is a cock which sings at the wrong time. [ Turkish. Young Men , 3Iiddle Aged Men and A.11 Men who suffer from early indiscretions tvill find Allen's Brain Food the most pow- - rrful invigorant ever introduced ; once re stored by it there is no relapse. Try it ; It never fails. $1 ; 6 foro. At druggists , or by mail from J. H. Allen , 315 First Ave. , Sew York City. Love is worth two dollars and a half i bushel to any man living. For Uyupcpula , Imllseitlnn. DepressJorj p * Spirits and Gcnernl debility , in their vnrious foil 3 ilso a * a preventive asalnst Fever and Axue , j on jthcr Intermittent Fevers , tno "Ferro-Pho i ! rtited Ixlr of Citllnuyu , " mode by CaJ son i Sazard & To. . New Vork , ai.d sold by all drupglsf hc best ton'c ; and for pBticntB reaoreiinx Ke teven or other a'ciuws , it boa no equal. - 1 r Mr If yon engrave it too ill , it > erit uecome a hole. [ Malabar. 4TINGIJfalmtatio'UnJtHsmaUnnfUlhl < intf'c * * innary complslnW. Cured t > i "Hachu-I'al&a. " Liszt , the pianist , always very ! , n s now growing quite stout. s. A Council Bluffs newspaper of the fai. ] ' "Ihe & Norihwei- ' 1866 said : Chicago - Elailway hat just finished itp line toj- Fai jlace. * * * Being the first railroad each this p'acj from the east , * * * pri t to be the most enterprising road in the ountry. " The prestige gained then has , > v continued enterprise , maintained against ill rivals. Nilsson's reminiscences will be pub- ished in the Paris Figaro. Early English Baby talk [ Boston Cranscripl. f When you visit or leave New York City , save Baggage , Expressage and Carriage Hire , and stop af-GllANDUNION HOTEL , opposite Grand Central Depot. 600 elegant rooms , fitted up at a cost of one million dollars lars , reduced o $1 and upwards per day. European plan. Elevator. Restaurant supplied with the best. Horse-cars , stages and elevated railroads to all depots. Fami- liei can \lvfi \ better for less money at the Grand Union Hotel than at any other first- class hotel in the city. AVheri you come to Omaha , take the Street Cars or 'J ? * for the Metropolitan Hotel. $2.00 per day. Tables as good any $8.00. per day house. After a wonmn has emerged from a salt-water bath figures don't lie. Personal Men Only. The Voltaic Belt Co. , Marshall , Mich. , will send Dr. Dye's Celebr'-ed Electro- Voltaic Belts and Electric Appliances on trial for thirty days to men ( young or old ) who are afflicted with nervous debility , lost vital ity and kindred troubles , guaranteeing speedy and complete restoration of health and manly vigor. Address as above. N. B. No risk incurred , as thirty days' trial is al lowed. Stop at the Metropolitan Hotel when in Omaha. The best $2.00 per day house in the west. Tables as good as any $3.00 per day house. Hope is the brightest star in the lirm- amcntof youth. NORODY BUT A GUMP NEGLECTS A COUGH. Take some HALE'S HONEY OF HouKHOUNi ) AND TAR iuntanter. Pike's Toothache Drops Cure in 1 Minute. The weakest kind of iruit drops earl iest to the ground. OTTAWA , ILL. Dr. T. A. Smurr , say- : "Brown's Iron Bitters give entire satisfac tion. " What is love ? Love is keeping a ten- dollar family on a six dollar salary. AN ENORMOUS TRAFFIC Pittsburgh boasts that 819,740 bottles of CARBOLINI : have been sold within the laht six months. This shows that the great army of baldheads - heads will soon be reduced to a corporal's guard. Whenever love has to play second fid dle , it is time to break up the band. Mi s Jennie P. Warren , 740 W. Van Bu- renSt. , Chicago , 111. , says : ' 'Samaritan Nervine cured me of spasms.- * ' $1.50 at druggists. Clara Morris is said to have grown quite stout. Wisdom's Teachings. The wise man knows nothing who cannot vrofit by his own wisdom , but the man who has once tested the virtues of Allen's Iron Tonic Bitters will n'everforego its tise , espe cially if he suffers from neuralgia , indiges tion and other ills of a weak system. All ennine bear the signature of J. P. Allen , § t. Paul , Minn. Over candid A sugar-coated pill. [ Boston Star. Frazer Axle Grease U best In the world. Fnuer AxIoG'Oasois beet In the world. Frazer Axle Grea o' s beat In the wor'd. Conversation on a journey is equal tea a conveyance. [ Tamul. A' . "Wells' Hea th Kenower"re torea health and vigor , cures D , spepelu aad Impotence. II Mr. Win.DeFreis , of Muncie , Kas. , has for years been suffering from white swelling of the knee-joint , which threatened him with the lobs of his leg. We are glad to earn that Mr. De Freis is now rapidly re covering , and his phjeicians , Drs. Dicker- non & Stark , of the Kansas City Surgical In stitute , are confident that they can nave his iuib. iuib.Tho The population of. Egypt is G,728,200. A baby is love materialized. Dis , fretful , crying children are suf fering , and need for their relief DR. WIN- CHKLL'S TEETHING SYRUP , which H useful not only for all the disorders of teething infants , aut cures coughs , colds , croup , sore throat , colic and cramps of older children , and should be kept in every house for emergencies. Try it ; only25 uti. Sold by all druggists. A farmer's wealth depends on the condi tion of his ptock. When scraggy and feeble they are especially liable to distempers , fevers , ooide , and all diseases which destroy animals. Thousands of dollars are saved annually by that valuable old standby , UN- CIJ5 SAM'S CONDITION POWDER. One-third of all who die in active middle- life are carried off by consumption. The rnoft frequent cauw ) is a neglected cold , cough , hoarseness , bronchial trouble or asthma , all of which may be permanently mired bv EILERT'S EXTRACT OF TAR 5 AND WILD CHERRY. Sold by druggists. . An ooonomical man will keep the leather of his hurnefb soft and pliable , which pre serve ; ' it from cracking or ripping. He always uses UNCLE SAJtf'S HARNESS OIL. Sold by all harnessmakers. Worms cause peevishness , fevers , convul- ions and frequently death. A pk-asant afe and certain reoiedv is DR. J AGUE'S HERMAN WORM CAfvES. Sold by al Iruggists. Headache , constipation , liver complaint , ' biliousness are cured by that mild , cleansing J emedy , which never produces pain , EIL- BRT'S DAYLIGHT LIVER PILLS ; only -5 cts. Bold by all druggists. Sprains , bruises , stiff Joints , burns , scalds nd rheumatism : ; re relieved by Uncle Sam's ferve and Bone Liniment. Sold by all i nSS LOOMIS' SCHOOL , for the reception H of n limited number of boardtctf pupils. ds this ' - ' ( composing thisjospcl Mt. Ziou'1 were : Dr. and Mrs. , Sir. and Mrs. Fisher , Mr. and inyon , Mr. and Mrs. Green , Mr. an _ s. KelleyMrt5. Meserve.'Misses llrod"1 * ck. Vaughn , and Fisher , aud 3Iessrai- Franklin , Forbes , Cliencry anoir. * nun el. ' _ _ to the Public. I have opened out a small stock oV ncy Groceries in the postoflice builiLl : r. whcro I.ivill hn nliajwdlro mcdof J , iKUjJUrcss cutting JKKi > v u to , L.H. . 1.1 .11,0 tn tOf ) purdsyathome. danjplcuworthJfSfree. Ui yU Addies.Stlns.n&Co. , Port n < lMalne. u week In our own t-mn. Terms and # 5 oatflt free. Addrwa H. U llet&Co.Portland.Maino. . 'osiy nmfltfree. AddregnTntTE & < V > . . AumistOle. BUKK CUKK fornia or epllep-y in .4 Sourhreo + to poor. ur. KKUSE , aiw Amenal nUHt-LouiP lo. THE GREAT GERMAN REMEDY Relieves mid cures IHIEIHIATISH , Neuralgia , 2 Sciatica , Lumbago , KACUACHK , HEADACHE , TOOTHACHE , SORE THROAT , QUINSY. SWELLINGS. MMtAINH , Soreness , Cuts , Brulsoi , FROSTBITES , BUU.N.S , NCA&DM , And nil ether bodily aches olid pallia. FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE. Koldbyull Druggists and Dealers. Directions In 11 languages. The Charles A. Vogelcr Co. MIMra I * A. VOGLLtli I CO. ) ! ! ltlnorr , JliLU.S.JU MST OP DISEASES ALTVAYS CUIIABLE BY USING EC HIIME1T , OP DUUAK FLSSU. OP Scratches , Burns and Scalds , St re i nntl Gails , Stinga mid Hites , Sj iviii , Craclis , Cuts uutJ Scro\v Tv'c rnt , Grub , Cpralnq & SUtcht-j , Foot Uot , lioor All , Contracts iliWuscltu EUlTJoiiits , 7 , Founders , Backache , Sprains , Ktrains , Eruptions , Sere Fort , Frost Bites , IStirTccfig , cad all external dL cas yi. and tvci y hart oracculcnt Forgenjrul use ia fuiu.Ijf.iubleaaa Btcok yanl it THE J3iST OP RHBY'S ' Cream Balm when applied by the linger into the nostrils , will be ab sorbed , effectually cleansing the head of catarrhal virus , causing healthy .se cretions. It allays inflammation , pro tects the membrane of the nasal p.oss- ' ages from addition ial colds , completely 'heald ' the pores and restores taste and smell. A few applications - . - - plications relievo. A. thorough treatment will positively cure. Agreeable to use. Send for circular. Price 50 cents by mall or at druggists. - Ow vro. 3V. "Y. Ill curoniedyn > D- Ela ami liver com- pla'nt acil in chron- in oonstlpa ion and other otBtlnntc dls- wes. llnstettcr's Srtomach Hitters Is t.eyoml a i tumpari- roa tlio bes > t remedy tlist cxui * o t ken AS n ra-aua < n re- i-t r nir th.strmiuiii and vital i-joryy of \ HT&IWiio ar -iiulnsr inr the tlobl tatln. ollcctir.f luudnril vic - t a blc nvi oiunt ici fcssedly un - Kor : l o by : ill trK Jierally. . , Pit f'Ai ! UtKV.r-at-'int Atto * fu-j * , VT ! itrnctlons end hiud xjv W N I ! Ouii ! > : i. 171 10 _ _ EN WK1TIMJ TO ADVERTISERS , pleaic nay jur. raw the advortiMnen in thi < pappr. A-Great-Problem ! TAKE ALL THE Kidney& Liver Medicines. I PURIFIERS , 1 VRenredies , Dyspepsia .And Indigestion Cures , Ague , Fever , And BiliouslSpeoiflos. Brain and Nerve Fores Revivers. Great - Health Restorers. LN SHORT , TAKE ALL THE BEsT quali ties * of all these , aud the best qualities of all the best Medicines in the world , and you will find that HOP BITTERS have the best curative qualities and powers of all concen trated in them , and that they will cure when my or all of these , singly or connected , fall. A thorough trial will give positive proof of his. his.HENRY'S HENRY'S CARBOLIC SALVE , The Most Powerful Healing Ointment Ever Discovered ! enry's Carbolic Salve cures Sores. Henry's Carbolic Salve allays Burns. Henry's Carbolic Salve cures Bruises. Henry's Carbolic Salve heals Pimples. Henry's Carbolic Salve cures Piles. Henry's Carbolic Salve heals Ask for Henry's and take no Other. KTBKWAUB OK COUNTERFEITS. . mmm VEGETABLE 1 iVvor , ttttd nil Xtli ! u Co A : . : . .MvUtH.-ssrs. PHICJ : s CENTS A BOX. J } ' - FEKEETT , A 372 Pearl Street. JJ.Y. OPTICAL WONDER S3 A NEW , onsinal. cheap lantern , for projcctlot ; and CD- * f ! J CO. l.'il V rfr , , , trct Inrayo , HI. -'IVin , i f - I oa receipt 01 o CGHIS TOf f OStage , ! : ALOGUE containing I5OO ENGRAVINGS < rf REE the most beautiful things In UAMONDS MUSIC BOXES , SP CUCL S , BLOCKS WATCHES JEW WEDOIRQ CABOS AMD STATlOHtfi ? , ' ILVEKWARE SIlVEBPlATIDWAUr , VASES , ETC. \ The most wonderful Jewelry catalogue ever . Yon will bo surprised to learn atwhat remarkably low rlcea this great house sells Its fine good * . C3/"When in St. Louis call and s a them. - \ 40I 403 & 405 THE S STK DICHS AOIV KHQWH fOtt HOUSES CATTLE SHEEP HOGS , , . , , T ? < M'rf . , 1r"- . JL. C * ? An animal vith difcinned dictation , impovcr- itht-dbl < XHlcrii-ea. e lkiccs ( cannot thrive. It becomes weak , fpiriiles. * , of scrasrzv appearance. which -en < l < T3 it unsslaUc. H .o t no more -It- keep sound , healthy animals that , % il ! liml ready inaiKfrJ.anU rhmvd fanners find it j-ns them to i\e Uccle VUJII'H Condition 1'owilrr ' frxfly to di-t.TvM.-d stock , and < < cca.'ionailv to all ; bwacfc it purify the Wood , aids disjwtfoK , stimulates the variou-5 functions to healthFvcntiAii. . scd tlitw promotes trroTVth , and gtvre a sniovth , glossy teat of hair. MILCH COV/S are much benifited > y the occft-'ional use of Cncle Sam's Coc-Jition l' md < Tin&loporft.ed. HOGS fJltmfa ler\hcn it H jfivtn Uirn ? or four dayIn f uccc- ion even mouth or two. SHEEP.-All dieses common to sli ep , uch as coughs , coida , e.il , itc. , arere- Hcvetfby thispOTvtl r XST "We cauUon all who desire a truly meritoriouscnlcte to be sure and atk f r Uncle Siun'g Condition. = - vuinuuuu Powder , and accept no other sa a substitute. FreparalonlytyTiir. EMHSET PBOPBIETAB7 CO. , - - - OEIOA60. ILLINOIS. Shall We Ict the Child Bio ? " A hard-hearted political economist , looking at a pale and puny child feebly gasping-as it lies upon a pillow , says that the child might as vie ] } die. It is so weak and poor that its life will never be worth much anyhov/ . There are already a good many people in the world who are of not much account anyhow. And what's the use of adding to their number another weakling , who has but slender chance of ever amounting to anything ? Now ask that child's mother what she thinks about letting the'child die. About this time the hard political economist had better < * out oi on that child. See the poor little fellow pick up strength. He revives. He will live. Hosts of other children have been brought almost from dcaili to healthy life by Brown's Iron Bitters. Your drr.jjoist sells t.