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O ; > Warner's SAFE Kidney and Liver'Cure ( its former title ) ,
SOLD TO FEBRUARY 1st , C835 !
The highest Medical Authorities pronounce it the only known
Specific for Kidney , Liver and Urinary diseases ; that it has no
equal as a BLOOD PURIRER , and that it is the best safeguard -
guard against contagious diseases , both acute and chronic ,
If jteeping the Kidneys and Liver the great organs of the body-
in healthy condition , disease then being impossible.
Wo can furnish over One Hundred Thousand voluntary
Teitlmonlals similar to the following.
I * Bead them for the good of yourself 'your family and your
Note the following , showing how this vast number of bottles
( was distributed , as evidenced by our sales-books.
Resort to the Remedy that iPIirae-tercths
(9-10) of Sufferers Require , thereby
Saving Continuous Debility and
f Expensive lyieds " " "
All the Testimonials abore given arc from persons who were
CUBED several years a& and remain .
R. U. AWARE
Lorillutfs Climax Plug
kcAriar > nrf ntea ; UntLorfflardl
* * Iienf flne eat t tfc t Lortllard'i
an4.tbt LortlUrd1 ! Si
t , < nMUS7confident *
FEMALE PILLS ,
Sirlat , Cotton B ot snd other good Uontkty reraaj *
liejralators. By mall wrapped la plain wrapper
ttftperbq. * Of W.B.fK.NXCK > St.Jotephtk .
T RIPITELZQRAPHY. SHOET-HA1TD ui
I &JUUI XYPE WKITKO kere. HtnatioM n
U alsi * * . Addrem YafeaWae Bm. . Jifl Till . ITU
The month of March is here , a month
in which the oyster , in this latitude ,
is Bupooscd to don its most appetizing
qualities and tempt the epicure to even
moro than his ordinary indulgence
Exactly how many of them it is possi
ble for him to swallow at a sitting wo
won'fpretend to say. Capacities vary
in different individuals , and as the
epicure is , of course , an individual , no
definite number can bo fixed upon as
his rale. Speaking : of capacity in the
oyster line , the following story wil
Not a great many years a ; o a some
what celebrated European prima donna
visited this country and , with her
maid , vook up her quarters at one o
the fashionable hotels of Now York.
Hearing the American oysters praiset
so highly , she determined , on her re
turn to the note ! after one of her
operatic performances , to give them a
trial. Ringing for the waiter , she
gave her order.
"Bring oysters for one. "
'How many will you have
Madame ? " asked the waiter.
"How many ? Well , I am very hun
gry and might possibly get throng !
with a thousand , but a hundred wil
answer my present purposes. You
may bring mo a hundred to commence
with. " And taking up a newspaper
she commenced scauning its contents ,
first giving a passing glance at the
surprised expression that crossed the
man's face as ho left the room. After
a delay which , to the hungry prima
donna , seemed needlessly long , a
knock name at the door. "Come in , "
and half a dozen waiters entered , in
single file , each bearing a tray half-
filled with plates containing saddle-
rocks on the half-shell , quarters of
lemons , crackers , etc. The secret of
the servant's surprised look as he left
the room after receiving the order was
now plain to the lady. Her ignorance
of the dimensions of tlio American
oyster had been the cause.of her per
petrating a practical joke at her own
expense a joke which she was now
rather anxious to keep to herself.
Quietly dismissing the servants with
"Yes , those will do ; you may go , "
she commenced and ended her feast ,
wondering how she was to dispose of
tho'dozens of great oysters that still
lay on their shells untouched. A mo
ment of doubt , and she raised , the
window ; then taking up the oysters
one by one with her fork , she scatter
ed them out through the window in
all directions , continuing the operation
until the hunured shells lay empty
upon the plates. Then ringing the
bell for the servants , she sat down at
the table and picked up her paper.
The look of astonishment uponthe
faces of the servants when they enter
ed and saw the empty shells fully
compensated the lady for the mistake
she had made in her estimate of the
"Take away these shells and bring
me another hundred stay , to-morrow
will do ; " and the astonished waiters
filed out of the room with their load of
shells and a high opinion of the prima
donna's capacity for oysters. Princes ,
poets , pontiffs , orators , statesmen , and
wits have gluttonized over the oyster-
bed. Oysters were at one time , it is
true , in danger of being forgotten.
From the fourth century to the fifteenth
they were not much in use ; but from
that date to the present time the de
mand has never slackened. Going
back to the times which we now regard
as classic , wo are told that wo owe the
original idea of pisciculture to a cer
tain Sorgius Orata , who invented au
oyster-pond in which to breed oysters ,
not for his own table but for profit.
Vitellius ate oysters all day long ,
and some people insinuate that he
could eat as many as a thousand at
one sitting a happiness too great for
belief. Callistheiies , the philosopher
of Olynthus , was also a passionate oys
ter-eater , and so was Caligula , the
Roman tyrant. The wise Seneca dal
lied over his few hundreds every week ,
and the great Cicero fed his eloquence
with the dainty. The Latin poets sang
the praises of the oyster , and the fast
men of ancient Rome enjoyed the
poetry during their carouse , just as
modern fellows , not at all classic , en
joy a song over their oysters in the
parlor of a London or provincial tav
ern.In all countries there are records of
the excessive fondness of great men
for oysters. Cervantes was an oyster-
lover * and he satirized the oyster-deal
ers of Spain. Louis IX. , careful lest
scholarship should become deficient in
France , feasted the learned doctors
of the Sorbonne once a year on oys
ters ; and another Louis invested his
cook with an order of nobility as a re
ward for his .
leon , also , was an oyster-lover ; so was
Rousseau , and Marshal Turgot used to
eat a hundred or two just to whet his
appetite for breakfast. Invitations tea
a dish of oysters were common in the
literary and artistic circles of Paris at
the latter end of the last century.
The encyclopedists were particularly
fond of oysters. Helvetius , Diderot ,
and the Abbe Raynal , Voltaire , and
others were confirmed oyster-men.
Among British celebrities , Alexander
Pope was an oyster-eater of taste , and
so was Dean Swift. Thompson , of
"The Seasons , " who knew all oed
things , know how good a thing an oys
ter was. The Caterer.
The same features are always found
at French balls year after year , youth
ful , bright-eyed , red-cheeked and agile
women. I have observed that these
young creatures , who had certainly
passed 30 years when I first saw them
ten or twelve years ago , are invariably
accompanied by callow and blonde
young men. I will add very young
men. Each year they come to the
masquerades leaning affectionately on
the arm of a crushed and joyless sap
ling , and the sapling invariably thinks
he has the finest thing at the ball.
There are , perhaps , five hundred or
eight hundred of these narrow-chested ,
rather delicate-featured , light-haired
and rather well-dressed young men at
every French ball , and they have more
real vivacity and life , gro'w more ex
cited over pretty things , and dance
with more enthusiasm than anyone
else at the ball. New York Cor. San
He wins at last who builds Ws trust
In loving words and actions just ,
whcsD head , whose walk , whosn very main ,
Proclaim the use of Curnollnc.
There Is a ra je In Entc'and Just now for am-
tmlnnco classes. Lar c gatherings take place
at Lady Bradicy's with this cad In view.
"Rough ojijnt ! "jilgnr8outna .311cr . 15c.
1 Health Itc-ncwer'rfur weak niua.
Queen Victoria's bestowal of the Albert
medal on a simple police constable has clven
great satisfaction to the force.
A CA ! ! > . To nil who are Buffering from
errors nnd Indiscretions ot youth , nervous
weakness , early decay , loss ot manhood , &o. ,
I will IT A Tr send ? ir * u ni rocelpe * < n . . . . . that _ , . will . ,1. _ euro _ . . _ , , i FllKB r _ . . _ _ A OF . .
. - , - _ _ _ cnvolopo *
Station D , New York.
There over flfty penitentiaries and 2.400 Jails
In the United States. They contain 50.000
criminals , amUhelr estimated cost la $500,000.
J.M. Shaffer , Madlson.'Wlit. . gays : "I cured rv horue
oft ho worst uaic or scratches that I c\er w , with
Veterinary CartiolljaU e. Of all the valves or oint
ments that 1 ever saw , this Is the 'boss. ' " SSandjO
cents at Druggists.
Save money and bo in the" heart of
the city by stopping at the Metropolitan
Hotel when you visit Omaha , the only
$2.00 per day house. Tables as good
as any other house in Omaha. No
charge ' for "style. " Wo don't have
Invalids are now fed on balrcd'milk. The
milk Is put in a plaas jar , covered with paper
on top , and baked ten hours In the oven.
"Ifniieh on Toothache. " Instant rcilqf. 15.
uoueli on licit , " cures liumorn. eruption * , rlns-
worm , tetter , salt rheum , frosted feet , chilblains.
Eclipse of the son A baby daughter. Bos
The Two Deacons.
"This is a sad , sad , world , " mur
mured Deacon Goodman , as ho me
chanically unlocked the door of a cor-
"Indeed it is , indeed it is , " assented
Deacon Better-man , sympathetically.
"No joy is unalloyed. "
"True , very true , " answered Deacon
Goodman , as he put some sugar in two
glasses and added some liquid from a
black bottle. "You like yours this
way , I suppose , brother ? "
"Yes , yes , " was the sad reply. "Wo
all have to take the bitter with the
sweet. Philadelphia Call.
A Boston Woman's Victory.
A Boston woman led in the low-cut
corsage , and could the Puritan matrons
have anticipated a descendant shock
ing the wicked society of the captain in
this way , they would never have crossed
the briny for liberty and conscience
sake. But it is true , and it is a good
deal to assert ; for women hero have
not been prudish about low-neck
dresses. In fact , while trains are often
under the feet of guess , they sometimes
look about for the waists , which arc
scarcely visible at all , to such an ex
treme has the low corsage been carried
this season. But on that occasion
everybody admitted that Boston had
outdone the national capital. Boston
Tiling : of Beauty. The most bril
liant shades possible , on all fabrics , are made
by the Diamond Dyes. Unequalled for bril-
lianey and durability. lOc. atdiusrjrists. Send
2c. for 3i Sample Colors. Wells , Kichardson &
Co. , Burlington , Vt.
To produce a sensation by an original per
formance , a young man in the City of Mexico
attempted to commit suicide by stabbing him
self with a corkscrew.
For Coughs and Throat Disorders
use BHOWN'S BUOXCHIAL TJIOCHES. "Have
never chanced my mind respecting them , ex
cept I think" better of that which T began think
ing well of. ' Jicv. Henry Ward Eecclier.
Sold only In Boxes.
A populaFdcntist of Galvcston , Texas , has
been sued by a colored man for § 30,000 dam
ages , growing out of the death of the paln- !
till's wife under the Influence of chloroform
in the dentist's office.
"Rough on Corns" hard or soft corns , bunion * . 15c.
"Buchu palba , " Great Kldneyand Urinary Cure.
Of the whole population of the globe it is
estimated that 00,000 persons die eve.y day , or
more than one each second.
Dairymen Prefer It.
MESSRS. WE&LF , RICHAKDSON & Co. :
Since the introduction of your Improved
Butter Color amonff my customers It has
piven universal satisfaction. The leading
dairymen in tins section who have used it
give it the preference over all other colors , of
whatever name or nature.
They are especially pleaded with the fact
that it does nut become rancid , like other oil
colors , nnd their product brinjjs highest prices
in market. W. S. NAY , Druggist.
VT. , April 5 , 1633.
The earnings of New South "Wales railways
increased $1,062,821 last year.
HAT-FORI > SAUCK enriches hot Joints , stews , chops ,
fish , &c. Excelled by none. Try It.
A statue of Mr. Gladstone is to be placed in
one of the public squares at Athens , Greece.
A Naples tradesman , with an eye to busi
ness , lately Invited the archbishop to attend
the opening of his monster drapery establish
ment and give his formal benediction to the
enterprise. The unsuspecting prelate accept
ed the Invitation , and thus enabled the dealer
to profit by this advertisement.
Your blood may be laden with Impurities , but
Hood's Sarsaparllla will thoroughly cleanse , enrich ,
and vitalize It. The most severe cases of scrofula ,
salt rheum , bolls , pimples In fact all affections aris
ing from Impure blood yield to Hood's Sarsaparllla ,
the great blood purifier. It also cures dyspepsia ,
biliousness , sick headache , kidney and liver com
plaints , sharpens the appetite , and builds up the
"For over a year I had two running sores on my
neck. I took Hood's Sarsaparllla and am entirely
cured. " C. E. LOTEJOT , Lowell , Mass.
Ton © Up the System
"I take Hood's Sarsaparllla for a spring medicine ,
and I find It Just the thing for me. It tones up my
system and makes me feel like a different man My
wife takes-It for dyspepsia , and slio derives a great
amount of benefit from It. She says It Is the
best medicine she ever took. " FKAXK C. Ttn-
UEK , Hook and Ladder Ko. 1 , Friend street , Boston ,
"Hood's Sarsaparllla lias cnred me of blood poison. "
W. H. BABE , Stcubcnvllle , Ohio.
ItTl with pleasure that I tell what Hood's Sarsv
pnrllla has done forme. Two years ago I was suffer-
ng from scrofula. Great scrofulous sores and
abscesses kept coming In my head. My nose was
almost eaten out Inside. I had tried nearly every
thing , and had gUen up all hope , when some one
spok'e to me about Hood's Sarsaparllla. I tried It , and
at once began to feel better ; and when I had taken
four bottles I was as well ai ever I had been- The
sores erenow all healed , and I am a well man. "
( Xi.r.Bxc2 JOHNSON , Erie , Penn.
When yon visit New York City , via Central
depot , save Bapgage Exprcssagc and $3 Car
riage illrc , anu btop at tlui Grand Union Hotel.
opposite said depot. Six hundred elepui !
rooms fitted up at a costof one million dollars *
SI and upwards per day. European plan. Ele
vator. Restaurant supplied with the best.
Horse-cars , stages and elevated railroad to al
depots. Families can live better for less
money at the Gr.ind Union Hotel than ut an >
other first-class hotel In the city.
There arc at least f 0,000,000 cgss consumed '
dally in the UniUd States. That Is over 4,000 ,
000 dozen , and at an average price will amount
to at least it'0 , 000. .
" . ' " . ac.
"Rough on Coug.'n" Troches. Me. Liquid
Health Huncwer" for Dfllc.it < rw < > men.
There are Uow Ipiitcm Chinese Sunda }
schools In New York , ten In 1 rooklyn and one
in Jersey City. They have . .bout 700 mtm
An exhibition of the works of the celebrat
ed Austrian painter , llak.tr' , has recently
been opened at Vienna.
For DIzzlnosK t ke Allcn'a Iron Tonlo
Bitters. All genuine- bear the signature of J. V
Alien , DruggUt , St. I'aul. Minn.
Some young southerners are preparing to
start a cattle ranch In Alabama upon the In
dian territory and Texas plan.
THE purest , sweetest and best Cod Liver Oil In the
world , manufactured from frcbh , healthy liters , upon
the sea shore. It U abxnliitoly pure and sweet. I'a
tlents who have once taken It prefer It to all others.
I'hjBlclnni have decided It superior to any of the
other oils In market. Made bv C'ASWJtLf. IUZZ.DIU
& . Co. . New York.
A child died recently in North Adams o
diphtheria. As the father was a Protcstan
and the mother a Catholic , a difference arose
as to what mlulsUr should attend the funeral
No settlement being reached , the child WHS
burlrd without ceremony of any kind.
Sprmgjleld ( J/as. ) Jej > uwlcan.
"Rough on Pain" Porosed Plaster l.r > c. Llip ! d 33o
"Wells' Health r.cnewer" for Dyspeptla. Debility
Many a Lady
is beautiful , all but her skin ;
and nobody has ever told
her how easy it is to put
beauty on the skin. Beauty
on the skin is Magnolia
This remedy contains no injurious dnifi .
Ely's Cream Balm
when applied Into the no *
trlls , will be absorbed ,
effectually cleaning the
head of catarrhal virus
causing healthy secretions.
It allays Inflammation , pro
tects the membrane from
fresh colds , completely
heals the sores and restores
the henses of taste , smell
and hearing. It Is
Sot a Liquid or Snuff.
A few applications re-
HCVP. A thorough treat
ment will cure. Apracable
to use Price no cents bj
mall or at druggists. . Send
ELY BP.OS. , Dru0lsts , Owcgo , A' , i"
Oldest Medicine the World
CThe lr. JsaacThompson's
This article Is a carefully prepired physician's pro
scription , and has been In constant usu for nearly a
century , and notwlthstandlnjrthc many other prepir-
ntlons that hae been Introduce ! ! Into the markut
the sale of this article Is constantly Increasing , it
the directions are followed It will never fall. We
particularly Invite theattentlon of phoslclans to Its
merits. Joiix L. THOMPSON , Soss is Co. , Troy , N.
pnEAFEST LIST OF ARTISTS MATERIALS ART
U W.&N. Oil Tube Colors , /to. doz. ; b-ible fn I
Brushes , Sc. up ; BIT.-.UOS Tc. up ; J'Ianucs5c.uP. I'alleU
JSc. ; Easels , BUc. : Arkts' lJo w. S1.M : IMnuK lie. up ;
Oils , 12 12cVarnish. . 25c. ; Gold or Silver Paint. 2Sc.
Canvas s 7.V.j ard : Pottery and Not cities for Ueeoratinz
lc. up ; Studies rented , 20c. rer week ; Gold Plush Frames
Mouldings , Painting. Enfrravinsrj , Cord and Nails : PI
ANOS and ORGANS , from 52aup\ioHns , * > ; .
R/l / 1 1 0 1 r > llanios , 33.50 ; Fifes. Zithers. Sheet Music , 1-1
IV ! U O I U off list ; Instructors for all instruments , oi
A. IIOilMS , Omaha.
Send 2 cent Stamp for Catalogue.
"Will buy 25 per cent moro Groceries at the Old R9
liable Store of
J. B. FKENCH & CO. , OMAHA ,
than canbe bought else\vhtfro in me s'.ace. They i
15 Ibs A Sugar for - - - - S 1.00
10 ll > 3 Extra C Susrsir for - - - & > 1.OU
14 Ibs GrnaitlatedSugar for - - J1.OO
1O 1-J5 Iba > "ew Orleaus. Sugar for - & 1.UO
And other goocU In proportion. Send for Monthly
Price Lists. J. B. French & Co. . OMAHA.
I have a positive remedy for tbo afcoro dlsea ; by Its
use thousands of cases ot the worst kind and of font ;
itandlne have bean cured. Indeed. ostronetsniTfaitli
In Its efficacy.Mint I will send TWO BOTTLE3 FREE ,
together witn a YALUABI.ETBEATISE on this dlseoi *
toanvanfferor. Giveexpressnnd V. O.addma.
_ 1 DB. T. A. SLOCOM , 161 fcarlSt. , Now York.
Bro. Jonathan's Mes
80 pages , Illnatratcd. Senti
Pnbihhlaj Uouse , 23 ti SI Bsi
Sample BooX Premium List , Pries List
sent free. U.S.CardCo. . CencrbrootConii
W. N. TTM Omah * , 257 14.
WHEN WRITING TO ADVERTISERS please
eay you saw the advertisementiathls paper
"Last spring I was tronbloi with bolls , caused by
my blood being out of order. Two bottles of Hood's
Sarsaparllla cured me , and I can safely recommend
It/ ' JOSEPH Scnocii. Peorla , 111.
"I was troubled with salt rheum three years. I
took Hood's Sarsaparllla and am entirely cured , and
my weight has Increased from 103 pounds to 133. "
MRS. ALICE SMITH , Stamford , Conn.
" 3Iy son suffered from spring debility and loss of
appetite , but was restored to health as soon as he
began to take Hood's Sartaparllla. " MBS. THALIA
SMITH. Sciplo llle , X. Y.
During the spring and summer I was troubled
with biliousness and loss of appetite. I was advised
to try Hood's Sarsaparllla , and I did so with the
best results. I have recommended it to a great
many of iny customers , to whom It has given entire
satisfaction. " E. K. KOWLAND , Druggist , Indianap
olis , Ind.
"I have need Hood's SarsaparlUa for biliousness ;
think It a great remedy for that complaint. " J. iv .
ABBOTT , Manchester , X. H.
"I hare been troubled with dyapep Ia for many
years , so that at times I would despair of ever being
well. Medicine did not seem to do me any good.
Two years ago Hood's Sarsaparllla wa * recommended
by a friend , and I got a bottle and used It. It did
me so much good that I have taken several bottles ,
which hare cured the dyspepsia , and I consider my ,
self'entirely well. I cannot find words strong enough
to express satisfactorily to myself iny feeling In favor
of II cod's Sarsaparllla. " MBS , . S. H. B BEDK. Marble-
head , Maes.
Bold by all druggists , tl ; six for 15. Made only by Bold by all druggists. II ; fir for $5. Ifade-'oaly br
C-1. HOOD & CO. , Apothecaries , Lowell , Mass. C.LHOOD t CO. , Apothecaries , Lowell , Mais.
10O Doses One Dollar. IOO Doses One Dollar.
To permit yourself and family to
"Suffer ! "
\\'lth.8clcni'33 ! when It can be prevented and
cured BO eailly
With Hop Blttcra III
ITavlnif experienced a great deal of
"Trouble ! " from Indlcestlon , so 'much so
that J came near losing my
My trouble always came after eating any
Vor two or three hours at a time I had to go
through the most
Excruciating pains ,
"And the only way I cvrr got"
"Uellcf ! "
Was by throwing up all my stomach ccn-
talned. No one can conceive the palna that I
had to go through , until
"At last ! "
I was taken ! "So that for tllrce weeks Hay
in t cd and
Could cat nothing 1
My sufferings were so ttiat I called two doc
tors to give me something that would stop the
ptln ; their *
Efforts w re no peed to me.
At hut J heard a good deal
'About your Hop Bitters !
And determined to try them. "
Got a bottle In four hours I took the con
Next day I was out of bed , and have not
Hour , from the same cause , since.
1 have reromrnenditl It to hundreds of oth
ers. You have no such
"Advocate ns [ uni. " Gco. Kendall , Alls-
ton , ISostoti , Mass.
Columbus Advocate , Texas , April 21 , ' & 1.
Dejr Editor : I have tried your Hop Kilters ,
and find they are good for any complaint. The
best medicine I ever used hi my famllv.
"II. TALBXEI : .
fF None genuine without a bnnch of green Hoe
on thf white label. Shun all the vile , poisonous stuff
with "Hoii" or "Hops" In their name.
AH EYEN1N8 WITH BARNABEE ,
fhe many thousands of delighted heirers who have
itpvnt "JiveiiiiifjH with lturn < * lji > " will Immnra
than pleased to eu hl fumuu-t SotiKspitheruil In thi
boot , which li one of the beat comic collections ex
tant. 21 Soncs 150 pasei. sheet mnnlc alze. Edited
by Howard 51. Low. I'rlce I.2i
A Vocal Visitor to Cheer the Children. Hy Wadn
Whlpple , who understands the children's taxte , and
provides for them IS ) attractive Nurserr nnd other
StmiRs , with accompaniment ! ) for Piano and Organ.
Sheet mu tc Ue. Well adorned with pictures
Price 75 cts.
The new and bnl
Fresh Flowers. llant Sunday
Prhool Son Hook for the Younger Scholars. IJT KMJJA
PITT. Very hw ect hymns and tunes , not babyish , but
nice. Plenty of plcturej.3 cts. , fMi ! ) per doz.
Cerns for Little Singers.
Vor Primary Schools and the Kindergarten. ByK-U.
Emerson & ( ! . Sualne. A prreat success. Fullofsweot
holies with picture IlIustraTlonx. 30 eta. , s-luO per doz.
'S (5 O O D O AN T A TAS for Choral Societies , arc :
O -rhc-rt r.ml KNuT3cti. ( ) by r.ugencTnayer.
a thrilling story of Illglil.ind life ; Chrlstoforus.
(41. ) Uraml Sacred Cantata , by Rhelnburger. and
Jit-rot's of ' 7O , (51. ) Scenes from the Devolution.
by-Trowbrldgu < ! : Cobb.
Mailed for the retail price.
LYGN & HEALY , Chicago.
OLIVER D1TSON& CO , Boston ,
IS A POSITIVE CURE FOR
All those painful Complaint *
* anil \ \ eainesserf so common *
* * to ! cst * * *
* our ) * * *
r , * FEMALE rorUtATIOX. * ,
Frlfc $1 la : irnIJ , , pill \vttnf9 fom.
* Tl3 purpvie * eely for the Ir Itlmate tealfarj o/
distcue anil the nlitf of pniit , and tiuit It doet alt
it cUfna to do , thn yinds of ladles ear jladly trsltfy.
* It will curu entirtlyallOrurlan tronltlca , Inllamma
tion aaJ Ulccration , Falling rnd Pi-placcm-nti , anil
coasequent Spinal V.Vu'ncs , and ti particulorlr
\ptid to the change of life. * * . * * ' * *
* ItremovesriliitneasITatulcncT.dcstroy allcravlrff
for stimulanti. end relicrca V ctLnevi of ths Stomach.
It cures Bloatitii' , llcjulachcs , Nil-irons ITobtration.
Uaneral Debilitr , Sleepl--ssiie3a , Depre-fclon and Ir.dl-
jrcstlon. Tbat r.-clm of Leannff down.jannins pain ,
and bickuche. is always pernmncntly cured by Its lux.
* Send stamp to Lynn , Mw. , for paraphlf t. Letters of
Inquiry cona Jentialiy aaswcrrJ. t'jr sale at druggists.
603 &S03Wy.csTrE : ST. , KAKSAS CITY , MO.
jjuhr Gralusts ia ITsilch : . 17jrsjrsctls
12 In Chicago. Authorized to trnnt nil'
Chrnnlc. Korvoca and HixnJnl Ui-ea-en ,
Seminu ! V/c.iLness l ! cbt Jxnceai.Saz-
I unl Li-lility [ Loss tf Keztial PonrrJ. c.
Io ' . Kb
itf n * j tcrr AcetiidcTptrlenceareimp'irtJnt.
mercury oriajur.ouj mrdicmci tue'l. No time luitfrcni
buaiceu. Patict' * from a distance tmted by mail Slcdi-
cmcucnlOTcry where free from pizc or brukcce. State JOJT
ca. e and Mnd for tcmf. ConcltAtioti frrr anti ennfldtntial ,
< , illi.ttd , icntwalcdforScmtUmpi.
A POSITIVE C.TRK for KIIKUUATISM. $500 foranr
C2K tint farm jut fnils to turc or h Ip Greatest diKOrrry
in ur.uiii ofmsaicine One < ! o lt relieftew dosi rc-
CTOtt < ft rrrahd pain in ju n ! * . Cure complete ! in 5t7cajs. ! .
f caJ itatrraent cfrt't vr I'.H Uamp for Circulars. OH. or rui.
tSclf-feed STUAW fie
HAY CCTTEtt ,
The bc t in the world.
Theknif : i Steel , lad tempered .and
Is fsmned to lerer with thiee beta ,
and can be tssily uken oiTtosb rpen.
The I'njth of cut is rcruUteiS by th
j le er to which the Vnife Is bolted.
_ "The higher the le er it r i e l. tb
Jonrrr it will ci.t. AH warrant-d Send fee
ircular which will tv maJ-d FEK2.
dor Femoos Women , ok
Clcmmer , Marlon Ifarlsn-J. H rret-Hrecher Stovrf.
-.nd IT other emlnentwrltcrs. Cnequzlled In auvht-r
ehlp , Flnr fUns " ( illorjf. low ? r'.ce. nud o p < > i til > tr
thitacentsareiitaklas iii ni 'iisofc > u.lc < . ScnJ
for circulars an cca r terri orr.
BAIV & KKXN'KJJr. KASSisClTT. SI-i.
TKS CEOT IS CHCAPEST. "
( Salted to an onctloas. ) VfrilctorFnEKIUTa.Pisavilat
* na Price * to Tis Aoltcun A Taj lor Oo. Minefield. Ohto.
WA rrr en tor the nnss
7007 lor thb Orlebrfctid hrr ,
ch b7rearoa f lulstriailo merit
-toicjw ut'gouara a
J.WOSTH , CHICAGO. 7IT. or BT. I.OIH3.
T CTOTT then njself and tes ?
tbcm before sel'fn ? . rtier ara
fresh aad rellj'ole. Jon't buy
any f > H from second liaad
IllJilen Xome , Hmbo * d * a4 XCTT Chromo
Carc ! , B2z > eia nrir type , an Elecant pcco
Gilt bound Floral Autograph Albnmrrttix
quotations , 12 page
Price List and Areufs Canvaastaz Outfit , all
rr 15 eta. SKO V7 fc CO. . YatetTilto. Coan.
Morphine Habit Cared In 1O
to SO days. > "o pay till cnred.
DE. J. ST fiiK > 3. Lebauon. Uhia.
they know all about Mustang Lin
iment Few do. Not to know is
not to have.