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i.rm ami Aiy. lr tr. Jaoe ro could gue Jlcfers tl.e saobttLa woofd her from the tad, A t.J. r l iirifd Into life br fslnt Jose blood, U ti'rht should (til opoa let lovelier, V. hst dsrktu-M tf decay, tit rhroud of mow Would ta ross trer blgw? If ths wild Urk r.oold feel W'lcr. Crt btlweca two worlds L caroled Vu'f .fj," th cidy of rltbr ipherr. What lyr.ilr of sidj shocld o'er bloi trl, bi ho. Leo trrects sod what fslbrrlog Wou't! t h9 Ut' t ver slajj? atd yet si, !V. K f7 t-f t'.letjcfl tbit h!2 pan! I'nf rw'e t f Ih aut ami for atrc-UKta of song! Yet wrri tbe unifird life a dveper wrvuj. I, iter thiiflo throb of Setntf win, Thrj tevfr to hsve been! -Katb I'l'Tnam o(ioo! la the Century. LICIT STONfc'S COUNSLL. The ndvleo to women to promote . thtir health by out-iloor excrcio is nev er wauling. Uut no amot'tit o( fresh air cercio can &avo women from tbo evil effect v of their present stylo of iIii-a. It is their clothes that kills llieil). Kvery atop a woman ta!co, her foot contend with her skirt. She lifts It on the in-tep, ami $ho lifts It on tho heel, Tlio weight may bo ounces or pounds, but it Is taken up at every Ktep, Tho heavy skirt., with ltounce, ovcrskirt, bustle, braid, beads and other trimmings hanjj their many pounds nnd many yard Hupping around tho feet and legs of the wearer. The corset does dot al low spacrt to take a full breath, and tho tii;ht !e.ves entire tho muscles to cry for room. Preyed In this fashion, tho wearer mine, back from her walk for "fresh air and exercise" tired through and through, and is the worse for it, 1ki rato ho has lifted and carried n k t ight of many pounds. Stand at any city s-treet corner, and r.'aleh the women as tliey p:i.s. How tired they look! How thoir circles llap around them! Contract them witli the men. Mens feet lilt no weight of r!othe. Mcns steps contend witli nothing. Kvery jnu.-clo has its natural fxcrci-o. Out-door air and exerci.M) aro ood for them. The advice women need is for short cr, lighter and loo-or dresses.. ?drs. Jene.s-Mil!t-r Ins not come a l:y too mou with iier I 1 1 r coturne it tint health of women is to be improved. Mrs. Cell. i 11. Whitehead ha hown what's the mutter", ltefore her Mr. Ante!! i Uloouier, neaily forty cars ago, Hi I he. on iiiol". of short loo-e dresses. That st 'e w:is adopted by niiiny wo men, among them Mr. Kli.;ileih C.uly Stanton, Mi-uai H. Anthony, ami th prc-eut writer. How Hiit ami comfortable and neat it va! How eas ily w- went upstairs without stepping on ourselves! How we eametlowu htairs without frar of being stepped on! A walkon a rainy day or in a muddy street had no terror, for them were no yards of draggled sk'rt.H to clean. We. had room to breathe, ami freedom for our feet, Hut this healthful dre-s was de.spiscd and rejected' by the great public. On one occasion. Miss Antho ny, in company with me, started to "joto tho poi-o!Vu e in New York, in tlx? liloomcr (o.tu:ne. Hut we were surrounded nnd wedged in by a crowd which hooted and jeered. Wo escaped only by a carriage, sent by a friend who av our dilemma. It was s ililVieull. to wear this dres, with the odium that was cast upon it, that we returned sorrow fully to the IxmdagM of our btwlies for the sake of freedom to live unmole-ted. That was long ago. Xow women might accept the light, sensible dn-s which Mr.. Je:ies-Miller wears and com . mends, without fear of unpleasant com ment. In it thev may take fresh air and exercise and gain in health. Lucv Srosi:. 8CATTF.t;i:i J 1 J A I N' AS JIAM'IIK. Where fanners, as in this section, 'mainly ion wheat after tha stubble of i ---. .i i. - ! .... into tint oil, soon germinates and makes a valuable green manure. It does not need to grow large for this purpose. The seed in germinating generate- heat and cat borne acid ga which is a Molveut for the plant food In the mU that it is in contact with. So soon as It is killed it rots and thus acts as a further solvent. A Mcd bed filled with perhaps two buh-l of -altered grain has no mean manuring for an equal union nt of mmmI sow n four r live weeks later and allowed to grow. m; xt v i ; a i : ' s r u w 1 1 1 . u i ; 1 1 . s. The earlier the straw berry patch Is 't out tho better will be the crop next season If gicn good care. Perhaps the best time to make beds U early in tho Spring, but a farmer who has none of IhU delicious fruit nriy plant now and tea; a fair crop next Spring, while next Spring's planting will require a year' care before getting anything fro'm It. I)o not take all plants front tlm bed-. Wait until t new runners are faiilv roo'cd and s t them. While the pcen li u ities of tia or and grow th ate fresh on the mind it i eai r for the planter to s b ct what he wants. Trut a rod jTTowcr. A fruit grcver i: csti4 cdrhscr end is r::re to L net.; about the adaptability of vari: . kinds to your location tl:-"t r.::-y, perhaps.out wrigh all other cor siiivrations. THK FOltCSTItr CONOUl-SS. 'Hie fact Is signilicant at this time that the abve named association will meet at Springfield. 111., Sept. 14, lo and 10, 18l7, in responso to a sjjecial invitation tendered by tho Legislature of that State. It Is also signilicant that tho Legislature of Xcbratska, by special resolution, tendered the society tho hos pitality of the State and tho free use of the Hall of Keproentatives, for thr it annual session of 1837. The able Sec retary, Prof. H. K. Ternow, s.ty; We are few in number, poor in funds, with out a personal object, but wo work faithfully, with the conviction that we forward the interests cf our country. We npical to those w ho can raise them selves ntave the level of sellUh motives In solving this national problem to aid our work by joining us", lending their moral spportu and iinaneial aid to u worthy object." Among the devoted members of the congressnre several who have not miss, cd a meeting since the organization of the society. This devotion tothe cause will be better understood with a know l edge of the fact that the past three meet ings have lcenhehl at Montreal, Canada, St. l'aul, Minn., and Denver, Colorado. and that members pay all expenses of travel and tho incidental ami publishing expenses of the congress. This devoted band work w ith tho hope that sooner or later wise legislation in Congress and tho States will be secured, relative to the preservation of primitive forests on mountains and tho head waters of streams," ami forest planting over large open ureas in great blocks as practiced in all the continental portions of cast and west Europe. They will unitedly agree witli Father Clarkson that v.e need not look to local (doughs, ponds or forests for our water supply. Vet they will unitedly agree that the wise distri bution of largeare -s of forests over great interior .sections, occupied and cultiva ted bv mau.mav influence the prevailing direction of winds, md directly or in directly bring about a more, reirular pi ecipitatiou of the ino;ture from far remote oceans, gu'.f, or lake. Wo earnestly wish that every legislator of our land could listen to tle paper ami discussions of our forestry Congress, and then read with -are K.irtli as nuHlilied by human action." br Hon. Ceo. P. M-ir-h. and The. Earth." by Mr. Elisee Keel u loop in:: UAitu woi:ki:i:s It is sometimes- astonishing tt men and women with somewhat delicate stomachs how heartily workers on tho harvest lields or at thre.-hing will take to the most substantial victuals, pork and potatoes ol pork and beans. Tor threshers the extra piece of roast beef is generally provided because the the fam ily table is then much larger and such a standby hc'ps out the housewife in pro viding for a horde of hungry men. They will eat almost any- thing that is substantial fd. but do not usually hanker after delicavies nnles it be in drinking. Hoot beer, lemonade, milk and water or buttermilk are all relished, for threshing is hot ami dusty work. Hut these are for the barn. When it comes tothe tea table, collee and cocoa with plenty of cool water are enough for drinks, and little caro needle given to dilccacies such as sauces and caku. Men yho work hardest, t are least for thece. It is nourishment for strength rather than something to tickle the pal ate that they most require KI P CLOVKIt. Prof. Halstead of Iowa has this gooe" word for red clover: Over large areas of pasture nnd meadow, where all else is seemingly dead, the red clover is green and grow ng. The great trouble is that clover s not half abundant enough wilhin the oglon of drouth. ('lover 1 not fully pprcci ated, ami if this prolonged dry 'pell will lead to a better understanding f clover and its merits, the drouth wilt ot have been without Its valuable les sni. While the bluegrass and timothy hae shallow roots, the clover seines its feeders down many feet into the sub noil. It doe almost ns well as the pig weeds n ml 'pulley,' which is praise enough for so valuable a forage plant." J!.KAMN;S. The bet price for pork is the early price. If the garden can not bo kept In good order It is to large. Prof. Kiley, of the agricultural de pattmenl at Washington, predicts there will be gra-hopper.s fV.r the iiotthwcst nevt year. Sow no on any odd lot from which nn early. crop has been taken, rather than let it lie idle, even if the rye mu-t be plowed down, in tho Spring. An eh-vatcr was recently built in Chicago in font teen days that ha a capacity of sMKi.K'') bushel of grain. The grub hoe. bush hook, and brush scythe are never so 'efieetivn among bulie, sprouts and briars as during this month. Prairie chickens, which are said to . be plenty thi jc-tr. are not lawfully I I U Killll inu lOlll Ul AH8rlll. x JSWIf lis h 0 i; , , "v( lif ruil!rMlr - Pho. 663 -SXnln Street, BUFFALO, K. Y. IVot a Hospital, but a pleasant Remedial Home, organized with A FULL STAFF OF EIGHTEEN PHYSICIANS AHD SURGEONS, And exclusively devoted to tho trcalntcitt of all Chronic; .Disease Thlj Imposlnsr r-stbtlhmont was dljrnJ nlerrcteI to nocommrwi.ito the largr number of Invalids who visit' Jluffilo from mrtry Stam and Territory, n.4 writ na trum many lortljra lands,! lint they mav nHiI theziiMdvca ot tho profcMlonal avrvioet ot tb bUff of klilod H;ct.li8U In tucdiclue and surgery thjit eoinpow tho Faculty of this widcfyvclcbiatcd iiutitutlou. NOT ALWAYS NECESSARY "TO SEE PATIENTS. fly our ordinal system of diagnosis, we c an trrat many chronlo dlftAes Just as suocmsfuliy witlHut us with a personal itn uiutln. Whllo wo ore always fflad to eo our pntientA, and btomo aeuaiaf l with th-iu, how them our institutions, and familUriAn tlwta with our system of treatment, yet wo hav not awn ono ersou In tkvc hundnl whom wo have mreU. The per frct accuracy with which eeientlsts aro enablel to deduco tho most mlnuto rartictiLxrs In their tovernl di'jmrunents. nnpenrs alrnoot tulracndou. ir wo view It in the lljjht of tho enrly na. Take, for example, the tdeetro-muffttetic tel-rraph. tho greitt t lnvntion of tlni aye. Is it not a murvcloui d. (rre of mvuntey which ensbl'S un operator to craetly Ux-nto n fraeturo In n $ul. marino cable nmrly tlnv thousand mllrs Iwz' Our vr n m,lo clerk of tho weather" ha Imhoiho so thoroughly familiar with tho most wayward cl.Mitenfs of nature that ho enn neeurately prMict ttw lr inovem-nt. Mo run Rit iir Wellington and fon tell what tho we.ith'T will tn lu Klorn'.a or New Votk an well nj if aTral hundred mil s did not intervene letwrrn hlrn nnd thy rliirea tuim'sL And hi 111 nil clcitarttrwrif nf nwuWn - wont i nniiii-vNl ij tVni I-M.r-1. r -. . 1 Onitfi nr I "A-"- I rom tlnM R iintitH deduce aeeurnto con OlliNo ur I iuin"4 rvKanllens of distance. ,o, alro. In mell- D.....M I"?1 fi'titv. dlseus"s bnvo tvrtain unmiKtaknMj SASL S tiSTJS'.or nr,t.'.'. nd by rensnn of this fmt. wo I ti'ra of d. lenninlnc, with tbo crcuteat oecunu y, too nature of curonio discuses, without seciuff'aud ptrsouallr rxamlnlnjT our pallrnfs. In reeoffnlzinR: diaeows without a personal cxniuinullon of tho patient, wo claim to possess no wlmoulotis lowers. Wo obtain our knowledjro of tho patient's discoao by tho practical application, to tho practice of mcdi. cine, of wclK-stiiblifihM principles of modem pcienee. And It w iw? m-cunwy whu wnicn iui3 syprcm Jaseniowcu us tliat we ovro our u I most world-wide roptitation of rkillfulJy treating chrtnio nrTeetlons. This sUem1f oractico. and ilnirerlur or tho inarvcloun tnivcrr which b.ns been minim! throutcti It. demonstrate tho fact thnt dlM-Ofl d'lnlnv ctrtuin iihcnnincnii. wKlrti Mnv buK. Jrcteti to icntJllo nnalysia, furuwh abundant nnd unrjiir.takablo dafa, to puiWi th Judgment f.f thl rLlllfi'l lri i Intmi. n rirt In . I n I..J . - , " ....... y. ... ... ft, Ul III liJ IIJIIIK nature of dmui-I conditions. 'IIkj mtt nmnl rfnurtM H&RyELOUSl for m-itlnR- linjrerttnr or thronio dnasca,arid thn Krentrnt aklli. nn tlins .laced within tho oa.iy reach of every invalid, however distant he or i.he may ntilile tmin the Physicians maklnir the treat-- ilty. Full pHrttcularaof ourorfl. nient of such ittlrctioni n :ecl il nai. !. K'lcTltlllC RVStcm Of C XlUMlllillL' nnd tr. nf inw iui(lmf . .11.. tancn are o.nialnl in 'Tho IVople'a Com in on tienmti fedlcnl Advlrr. llv H. V. I'iiice. M.I). 1UO pagtw ant over c ok red and other IlluMnttlona. hent, iot-pniI, lor 1 1 Jill. Or write and dencriln your symptom. Jnclofiinsr ten cents in rJanips and a compltoo treatiftj, on your particular diHea. wiU bo scut you, With our tcriaa for treatment and all particulars. lUsAi, Throat Luxs Diseases. KiDHEY Diseases. Tlio treatment of Ulteasenof the Air I'unanijca and JjUIik fiit'h as Chronic Nuanl Catarrli, luryn rill, llrottcltltla Aathmnt and Cjjaiiniptlou( lioth through cornv f l)iiUnct and at our institutions, conatl tutes an Important jM i.Ut)'. We pulillHh thrvo fw-tittnitc lMKks on Nasal. Throat and T.unc Dlseasea, which Klvo much valuublo informutioii, via: (1) A Trenuao on Consumption, ij&rynitH und ItnmchUts; prltv, pottpnil. ten cents. (- A Treat ia) ;n Asthma, or i'hthinic, Ifivliiff new ud KiiccctJilul tn'atmcnt; price, potpall, ten cents. CS) ATreatlne on Chronic Nasal Catarrh ; price, joit-paul, two tents. n I Dysnepala, Ilvcr Complaint," Ob. $ri9CS nr stl.iate Coiifttlpntlon, l lironlc Dlur uitfLNUbii n rloa, i'ape.x ornt and kludrel affix-tions niCCTnil aiv r,,r,nJf tlKo clu-onio i)tt-iu-s in tlnj suo UlUlallJfl ceful tn ntment of which our F;H ci.iliKfs have mi urn i ii mi i Hi attained trrcat avieeta. Many of tho dlsoaat affectinr the liver and other onram vontilbtitlmr in their 1 unc tions to th pitKiiii of diction, aro very Uaiiiv, and me not lnfrouentty tnUtaken by both laymen and phyniehms for other maladies, and trratiuent ta employed directed to tho iviuoval of a disss'? which do" not cxiPt. Our Cornpleto Tnaflan on Di-woacfl of the Dijfstlve Organs will be sent to any addreaa ou receipt of ten cents In postage umpa. uuif;iiTv disi:asc, niAiirrr.s nnd kindred imlalies. havo lN.n very largrly tn-ufttl, and -urea c fleeted In thouaamU o cjisc winch had Uen pronouncv lMyond hojv?. Thewo dtw-asos am rraihly disjrnostleabM. or il termlnetl. by themlad analysis of tlo urin , without a iTAonal examina tion of patients, who can, therefore, uoiiernlly be uecoatf ully trrnftl nt their lionifa. Tho Huly and rractlc of chemical analysU arvl mlcnK.opieal examination of h urlnolnour eonsl.t-rati H of caies, Willi rcferencn to correct disjrnoKls. In which our Institution lonjf sfo lecamo fr.nift has naturally 1M to a very rxtvnslvn practkvi in f!Lieaof the urinary orjraua. Trobahlr no other Inut Itntlon in tho world has lien Isrcrly patronir.ed hy nv.tfvrn from tlfts clti-sa of mnlAdlea as iVio ohl and world-famM World's l)ienary and Ina)llH' Hotel. Our specialists havo acijulrvd. throinrh a vat and varied exj- l -iu-e, great expertness in Ictcrmlnlnir tho t nut nature of emh entH-, od, henue, have boon i uctvaful hi iticclj adaptlnjr their rci Ictiics for tho euro of each Individual cuso. Thee drllento diseases should Te carefully treated by a hiMH lullHt thoroughly familiar with them, and who ( competent to ascertain tlioeiaet condition and srazo of advancement which tho (ilrenv bai tnadrt whirl) r.m onlv Iki afltvrtainel bir a cnrcful r 1iii'I-.iI iml trdcroseonical examination of tho urlno), for tniHlicluin which aro curntlvo In ono pfj.T.or condition aro known to do imiho'j injury Ira others. Wo uaeo never, therefore, at tempt el to put upnnj tlilinr for ircneml aalw t.'tromh drutrist reeruiui-nillnr to euro th'-w d;setl... aithouarii tet?Hmjr very mtKf ior remtiic. knowing full well from au extendi v cxjH-rienoo that tho oidy snfo and tmccm ful coui'so Uto carefully d termino the diru-asi and its projrrcM In cur h (nn by a cin-mical nnd mlcroHi.oplcnl examination f( tho nil jo.sivi tu- u n i 101 our mr-uiemcs 10 tno exaci statfu or tuo tils e.vie tuU iTnJition of our patieut. To this wlo oouriwi of notion wo attribute tho marvelous sueeeM atfainel by our fpecLUicts til that ltntortut and extcnslvo Deprrtmeut of our lmtltuU.in. lvoted fxduslvelr to tho trrrj m nt ot 'Jiw-av'sof the kidneys and bladder. ThetrruU mmt of ilivM'H of tho urinary organs h-itinir consf itutel a lesiim.T branch of our practice at the InvalVda' llottj and Surit-.il Jr.atuutk.and, Ix-inir In conntjmt rece ipt of numerous Imptlri' a for complete work on tl.e nature and cu nihility of I ho inaladlf. written p a style to Iki eieslly under-uhxI, wo h.ivo Tul-Irtlie-t a tarn Illu-Jrate! Treatii on tlreno ulwwn, whic h will lo sent to any ad IrfM on receipt of ton cents lu iHttajro tttamrs. Bladder i in mr. iibAiimu, ... .f m- . H v: m. -. n lliuilllf r trntloti of i;rliiey and kindred a.1ctins, may lielncbulol unonir thon in tho curtof whkh cur tpodallrts havo achlevifl cxtmordinarv nms. fv-M, TImw an fully trcaiM of In our llluMrated pamphlet on Urinary Diw.n. s. bent by null for ten cents in st-ami. j Cautisi I Diseases of WCMER. pnmphlrtt on nervous diAea anyone of which will be sent for ten cent. m poMtairo stamps when -ejiiest for them is accompanied with a statement of a canu for coneultatlou, so that wo may know which oiioot our Tn attv s to send. o havo a tecial Department, thoroughly organil, and o voted jtriutrrlv tothe treau inent of Dim n.H s of Women, livery cnao con rultjnr o ir specialists, wither by letter or in lKTKon, It jrlvcn tl mowt cait tul andcomider ato attcnticn. Imtvutant caws (and we it few which Imvn nr.f. tli-iwlv Imu.wI ti.n i,m nr .. 1 1 tlio homo physician) has tlio Itcnettt of a full tuncJl. of skilled ie taJints. Jtooms lor Judb-9 lu tluj Invalida' Hotel aro very pri vate. N nd ten cents In stamim for our Jmgo Compu te TitatUo on in rascffor Wtnen, Illustrated with numerous w ood-cuts and cjIjii-U pLitea (1CJ poi-a). liriKMA f Breach), cr llITPTfinC, no matter of 1kw Ioiik' Ktanding, cr of what sie Is promptly nnd periuniivnlly cured by our Fixvmli;, without tlio kiilfo ntul xtllliont lepeiulciice upon triiaeea. Atillltd'IfiF M(i rtu... Ti I . Illm.tratctl Trratlae. III.L:s, I'lvrnT., sml other dlanses affcstlnsr the lower UweK am tnntcl with wonderful mi crew. 'JIwj worM caaes of Pi lo tumors aio i rmam t.tly eun-d in lltttcn to tweuty duya. fcxnd ten cents for Illustrated Treatbjc. HimcAL Cuhe OF IlUPTURL Delicate Diseases. Orpnnio weKhno, nervous debllitr, prrraature cvilliMj of tho iniuily powem. Involuntary vital of yill-THiwer, n liint iM.ly, weak boc k, and kln- miii tiueiiiuiiK, iu"o fpcvuuy, iitorougDiy aua pciv. niiiiF'iniy ciireti. Tothoio aeriuaint l with our iwtltntlons. It la bsnlly rteorwKiry to s.ij ths.t th Imsllili' Hot I iumI Surglenl Institute, with the branch rstabliblimcnt k)cntet at No. .1 New Oxford htreet, Indon. tho tuM:t largely ratronlcl and wkk-ly celebrated Imtltutloni in arlo from youthful Indlscn-tiousand Krnii lou Military pi act tea, We, mr.ny yeaia hjm, cKtat IIkIm d a special iM pmtiiM nt lor tijo treatment of Jletv .ii w aw, untlcr tho mnnngemcnt of some of t ho tnot skillful physicians md suigeona on our Moff, in onlrr that all who apply to us luhrht receive all tho olvantsgvs of a full Council of tho most exjx tlenctd specialists. UCKDERFULi Success. r I Diseases. iTiiicTi:ni: and iiiin4hy n?u STRICTURP Ti;i.i:.llundnHlsof caseanf tho worst form WiniJiun of rxicture5. many of thnu greatly aggravated 1 1 by the carchxKs U(o of Instrumenta In tho bunds Of Inexperienced physlrlana and r.urgiins. causlmc talno paKHjire. urlrmry OHluLr, and ntluT compllentionn. annually corwult us for relief and cure. That no cao of IhlA t hifci U tixi dim ult for the skill of cir sjcHal!ts Is provel by t-unti retortsl in our liim trmtrd treat on these maladl. to which wo refer with pride. To latnKt this el us of ea s to physicians of small exprrienco Is a dangerous pnvx cdlng. Many n msn has ln-en ruined t r It to I y n d iiir.whllj thousands annually !; their lives through unskilful tnrttini-nt. S"ivl particulars of your cas.) and ten cnits in .tar.ips lor a l.inr: 'Muitrutc! treaties containing matiy ttvUmonLiU. r!plleptle Convulsions, or I'lts, Pa rnlrsl. or Palsy, Locomotor Alnxln, St. Vlltlt'a Dnucc, litsomrila, or pjnl tiifv to siv p, and threatened Insanity, Nervou Deblllly. arWnir froai overtulr. rn cs nn.i other cnus'-s, and ewrr vari tr of ncrvi'u orr o. tlon. sr tr-atd by our sp"cUih.',t for thrs li-flcs w;h unMual uoccas. 5u numcrouj codes rrporUd la ur djjjrrut liJijr rui.vl He sveas DlSEiSES. We Offer Ko ipcicsy. e otTer no apolnry for devotlnff po ranch fitb nt on to this neglected lnss of dl aws. UIUjvIii.t no condition tf huieanitjr is loo wrrtihe.1 to mrlt tho Mmpi'thy and best scnI:s-$ of the nottlo probrtdou to whlcli we uiM-nres comr ict ineei liinon iuiy. v tiy any medicul man, intent on (3omr gol and alleviating suncrlrur. hould hhun such cn-s, ) cunnot Imnjrlne. Why any one should eoi;HUr it ctlif iwij than tn-r.t tiononiblo tv cum tbo W(.t rara of tl vfn dl''e.ia. wo cannot undent and; and yet of all tho otlxr maladies which a fillet mankind theru in f-robably nonn ntut which physiclmis lr eenf ral practice know r-i little. Wo t.hail. tb n it re, continue, as hrf ( if ( ili 1 1 1 f n t k II Ii ir- 1 1. (.M,.,.. 1. .. .1 j . uli applicants who aio ruOtrlu lixm any cf thew 0 J.cuto h-ca-j. jv,a or tne'j a's -nn bo treated when at a Cur.E0 AT VML diktauco Just i SUfiGiCAL PRACTICE. as xvi 11 n4 If hero in tia-soti. in plain tnrclo). sreure mm cybmution, ou jccvipt of ouly tcu i-enlfl, In stampo, for xlusu. llnndrciticf the motdlfTlnjl crrntJons knowrt to modem snrtriry aio annually pf rfornud lu the mom fUillful manner, by our t:ureou-sircUU !"!. ftr.V! ibices am SJif'-ly r mov-d rmui-th'j liiaid'-r, by cruhinr. wuRldnrrand pumping' them .nuMNUK wit; frivai oanjrer 01 (iiiiinir. Our cclnlista, remove catarai-t from tho ere, then by curir bllini '". Thev also straighten crosa-'yta and insert artillcl'al ones W ml.vl 1' HIV I li . .. 1 I. I'll...:. m . . - ... .. .......... ...... .'mum ami J-ill. OKI J 1ITIHIIS OI UO Ctrnii wo arrested in growth nnd isired by f hatroljfis, ciuplcl with either means of our invention, w hereby tho grcut cUuiitixof cutting or-rrations in thesi cr.es is avotdei). ltKvhllr -has tlio i M.-oi-tirf cur Improved operations forVarl-CfKl- !rfole. listuhr, Ilupfund Cnlt Uteil. and for ltiip turrd rcilneum, N-en ahWo rruflfylnc toth to ourselves and our patients. Not Its m have been the rcaultsof numerous otirratioiis for Kti lcturof thrtCervlcul Canal, a condition In tho female jrcn erally resulting In llarrcniuFa, or Mci ility, nnd the euro of width, by a saf and pa!nls otemtlfvn, remove this commoncat of tm Mlimeuts to ihi iH'rtrimrc.'f oirsprlnjr. A Complrto Trejilo on anyf.no of too above malaJIci will be s-nt on retvipt of ten a ids in Hamjw. Althoupli we Imvo In tho precrdlnx pnrs pTHphi. undo mention of some of tho siuj n.A.. I auiiieni.i to w nun particular attention if UISEA3ES I f,,vr:1, ,,y, iho n'Ml.ihsu at tho lnx..H U A K??nMT7 I ,"t!o" tl".nds In skill, facilities, nnd ap U Li LU.UU I. I parntus fer the meeir.-lul trcuUnent of mtjmmi iivitv fnnn r.t !-.... I.. . I... - . (jufrm.r for Its cure mcou-al or suruloil means. K tiera ci Mimry, cr or consultation, should le addrcvl Ijt VCHLQ'S EiiPEii?ASJ L!ED1CAL ASSCCIATiOJf, 0J3 Mala C'.ntU turPALO. XX. T.