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Tlio Art of "SIiado\vin . '
I "Shadowing" Bays a Chicago deteo
; tive-'is the most difficult and the mos <
iscientifio work in my profession. IB
[ all of his great cases Allan Pinkerton
depended mainly on what he learned
l > y shadowing , If a man is well
shadowed for two weeks so much can
to discovered concerning his habitSj
his associates , his inclination , his
secret acts , in short , of his inner' life ;
that almost a perfect biography oj
him can be written. Every man doei
many characteristic things when he
thinks he is alone that he nevei
would do in company , and th <
'shadow' learns a man's true charac
ter by witnessing his natural life. Mbr <
people than you imagine have been
'shadowed' for the information of both
friends and enemies. Many curiousand
sometimes suspiciouswives havotheii
ihusbands 'shadowed , ' and .many a
husband has locked tip in his desk a
mirror of his wife's private life in tha
form of a 'shadow's' report. Nearly
every man in Chicago prominent in
business , politics , or religion , has been
'shadowed , ' and there is somewhere
filed away a document , that would
make the eyes of the subject open
could he read it.
"Every man connected with abank ,
from the president down , is 'shadow
ed. ' Large business firms get periodi
cal reports on the private lives ol
r trusted employes. I suppose Marshall
Field can tell any of the heads of de
partments in his store whether they
drink brandy or mead , smoke cigar
ettes or opium , play penny ante in a
friend's parlor or tkro in a gambling
' "I know that the head of a well-
known detective agency in Chicago
has been 'shadowed' by 'nearly every
other agency in the city , and they all
have his record.
"It is hard to 'shadow' a man. You
have to get up an hour earlier than he
does in order to get your breakfast and
lay for him at his home. You follow
him to his office , to lunch , on his busi
ness rounds everywhere. When heia
on the street you never take your eyes
off him , and I tell you this makes
your head swim. You follow him
homo to supper , and down town again
in the evening. You note everybody
she speaks with and every lady to
whom he bows. You must stay with
him till he goes to bed , and then write
out your report before ou get to
"Men are oftenest shadowed when
they are in trouble , and they rush
here and there , talk to scores of men ,
enter scores of places , and get up e'arly
and go to bed late. A good lively sub
ject will lead the shadow a wild and
merry dance , and two weeks of it will
wear a good man out. "
Pr6ffrcss AmongAlabama Ne
The September number of the South
ern-Letter , a monthly published at the
Colored Normal School at Tuskegee ,
Ala. , in order to incite the negroes to
Q get land and farm it in a thorough-go
ing fashion , gives a somewhat detailed
and very interesting account of
what a colored man named Lipscomb
has done. Some eight years ago here-
solved not to work any longer under
conditions that left him poorer every
year , but to get a farm of his own.
After searching over an entire coun
ty in vain for a chance to buy on cred
it , he at last heard of an old worn-out
place containing 3GO acres which ho
could have for $800 , with a reasonable
time for payment. The owner was in
fact glad of a prospect of getting any
thing for it. To move cost $100 , and
\ he had to sell his only mule to get food
for his family , and the men who were
hired to move him made a great deal
of sport over his wild-goose chase. The
late owner's crop of com on a clear
ed hillside had been left ontheground ,
as not worth gathering. Instead of
lazily sticking to this worn-out ground ,
the new comer cleared some betterland
on a creek bottom , and also intro
duced a new method of plowing , which
his neighbors declared would ruin tho
soil. Persevering , he surprised them
by raising a fine crop. Keeping on in
his "new-fangled ways , " he has now
480 acres in good condition paid for ,
a mule and horse , a dozen cows and
calves , with hogs and chickens. He
has sold half-a-dozen cattle and bought
cane mill , and grinds for his neighbors
as well as hinself. Last winter he tore
down his old log hut and built the best
frame house in the neighborhood , in a
style of architecture that is an object
lesson to the region. It is well furnish
ed and in its kitchen is a large range
"which many a more pretentious house
keeper might be glad to own. " He
works early and late , keeps out of debt ,
pays taxes on $4,000 worth of proper
ty , and withal he bears an excellent
reputation as a Christian man. He
can , however , neither read nor write.
Death Care For a Flirtation.
Two years ago , says tho Somerset ,
Me. , Eeporter.a well-to-do young man ,
happily married and a fine musician ,
stayed at the Forks Hotel. Another
boarder at the same timewas ayoung
lady who possessed a good voice and
knew how to use it. The two spent
much time together , he playing her
accompaniments , and they became
! warm friends. Shedidnot _ ask it he
were married , and he did not tell her.
It soon became painfully evident that
the young lady was in love with him.
He tried to end the affair by suddenly
leaving the place. After he arrived
home he received a letter from her ,
telling him that , although he had given
her no encouragement , she was fascin
ated by him , andwished to continue
the correspondence. At this stage of
the proceeding the young man did a
very wise thing. He showed the letter
to his wife , and confessed his flirta
tion. His vrife told him to let mat
ters stand in stato quo , and for a
year he carried on a correspondence
with the young lady , who cjied at the
end of that time. Musichath charms
to move other breasts besides that of
a savage , and music and flirtation
make a dangerous mixture.
A PERSONAL CARD.
A matter In Wlilcli tlio Public Sliocld
Have a Deal ot Interest.
To tho readers ol this paper :
Why does the government spend so much
money and risk so many lives in trying to
capture tho counterfeiter ?
"Suppose he does counterfeit government
bonds and notes , surely the government is
rich enough to stand any loss his act may
confer ! "
But the individual citizen could ill afford
to be put to continual financial loss if such
desperadoes were let go umvhipped of jus
It is only the valuable thing that is coun
terfeited ; it is only in the light of purity and
virtue that impurity and vice can be
known. No one in these daj's would coun
terfeit a Confederate bond or note.
People who commitfraud always do it by
simulating the highest virtue ; by preying on
tho cleanest reputation , by employing the
fair name of virtue with which to give re
spectability to vice.
Let us explain : Seven or eight years ago ,
Bowe have been informed many times in pub
lic prints , a Xew York state gentleman was
pronounced , as many millions have been
pronounced before , incurably sick of an
extreme disorder. By suggestions which ho
believed were providential , he was led to tho
uso of a preparation which had been for
several years employed by a select few
physicians in New York city and one or
two other prominent places. The result
was that he was cured , ho whom doctors
without number and of conceded ability
said was incurable. Having secured pos
session of the formula , ABSOLUTELY AND
niKEVOCABLY , ho determined to devote a
portion of his accumulated wealth to the
manufacture and sale of this remedy for
the benefit of the many who suffer ao he
suffered , in apparent hopelessness. In less
than three years , so tremendous became ,
the demand for this remedy and so exalted
the reputation , that ho was obliged for his
purposes to erect a laboratory and ware
house containing four and a quarter acres
of flooring and filled with tho most ap
proved chemical and manufacturing de
vices. Probably ihero never was a remedy
that has won such a meritorious name ,
Btich extraordinary salerf and has accom
plished so much good for the race.
Unprincipled parties who flourish only
upon tho ruins of others , saw in this repu
tation and sale an opportunity to reap a
golden harvest , ( not legitimately , not hon
orably ) for which purpose they have made
imitations and substitutions of it in every
section of the country , and many druggists ,
who can make a larger profit on these
imitation goods , often compromise their
honor by forcing a sale upon the unposted
Yes , undoubtedly the manufacturers
could well afford 4o ; ignore such instances
of fraud so far as tho effect upon themselves
is concerned , for their remedies have a con
stant and unremitting sale , but they feel it
to bo their duty to warn the public against
such imitations and substitutions , non-
secret and otherwise. Tho individual who
linyu them and the public who counte
nances their sale alone suffer in mind , body
and estate thereof.
The authors of some of those fraudulent
practices have been prosecuted and sent to
prison for their crimes , but there is another
class who claim to know the formula of
this remedy and one Sunday school jour
nal , we aro told , has prostituted its high
and holy calling so far as to advertise that
for twenty-five cents it will send all new
subscribers a transcript of the Warner
formula ! This formula , by the way , must
bo a wonderfully kaleidoscopic affair , for
there is hardly a month passes when some
paper is not issued which protends to give
the only correct-formula !
The manufacturers inform us that they
would bo perfectly willing that , the public
should know what the true formula of
Warner's safe euro is , ( none that have been
published are anything like it ) , but even if
every man , woman and child in the United
States were as familiar with this formula
as with their A B C's they could not com
pound the remedy. The method of manu
facture is a secret. It is impossible to ob
tain the results that are wrought by this
remedy if one docsnot have the perfectskill
acquired onl3r 1 > 3" years of practice for com
pounding and assimilating the simple ele
ments which enter into its composition.
The learned Dr. Foster , the honored head
of CliftonSprings sanitarium , once said
that having roughly analyzed this remedy
he recognized that the elements that com
pose it were simple but he attributed the
Becrct of its power to the method of its
compounding , and this method no one
knows except the manufacturers and no
one can acquire it.
Our advice to our readers , therefore , can-
nob be too strongly emphasized. As you
would prefer virtue to vice , gold to dross ,
pliVftical happiness to physical miserjshun
the imitator and refuse thereby to lend
your aid financially to those who seek to
get , by trading upon another's reputation
and honesty , a sale for wares and goods
which on their merits arc fit only to be re-
jccte.l as the veriest refuse. You can
neither afford to patronize such people nor
can you afford to take their injurious com
pounds into your system. When you call-
for Warner's Safe Cure BOO that the wrap
per is black with white letters and that the
wrapper and label bear an imprint of an
iron safe , the trade mark , and that a safe
is blown in the back of the bottle and that
a perfect Ic promissory note stamp is over
the cork. You can't bo imposed on if you
observe these cautions.
We have the highest respect for the rem
edy we have mentioned and the highest re
gard for the manufacturers , and we cannot
too highly commend theirdignified and con
siderate tone in relation to those who
would traduce their fair fair name and ruin
the best interest of the public in such mat
Tho Irish hate to be ruled over by a
foe'reign power ; England , for example.
CEKTAIJ ? MIXERALS , once forming a part
of almost every medicine , are now regarded
dangerous and unnecessary. Theevilsthpy
produce are worse thnn the diseases they
were supposed to cure. Dn. WALKER'S
CALIFORNIA VINEGAK .BITTERS contains
nothing but the juices of plants and cur s
nil disorders of the liver , skin , kidneys ,
digestive organs , and blood.
A weathercock is always vane.
"BOUGH ON COUGHS. "
Ask for "Rongli on Coughs , " for concha , colds ,
tore throai. lioaneness. Troches , I5c. Liquid , lEc.
'The great superiority of Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup to all other cough remedies is attest
ed by the immense popular demand for that
old-established remedy. Price 25 cents a
Ferdinand Ward now fully realizes that
"the way of the transgressor is hard. "
Tliero Shall bo no Alps.
When Napoleon talked of invading Italy
one of his officers said : "But , sire , remem
ber the Alps. " To an ordinary man these
would have seemed simply insurmountable ,
but Napoleon responded eagerly : "Tliero
shall be no Alps. " So the famous Simplpn
pass was made. Disease , like a mountain ,
stands in the way of fame , fortune and
honor to many who by Dr. Pierce's "Gol-
.den Medical Discovery" might be healed
and so the mountain would disappear. It
is specific for all blood , chronic lung and
liver diseases , such as consumption ( which
is scrofula of the lungs ) , pimples , blotches ,
eruptions , tumors , swellings , fever-sores
and kindred complaints.
Hell gate is busted open , but it doesn't
help the sinner.
Dr. Pierce's "Favorite Prescription" is"
everywhere acknowledged to be the stan
dard remedy for female complaints and
weakness. It is sold by druggists.
An open question Are you going to let
me in ?
Despise Not the Day of Small Tilings-
Little things may help a man to rise a
bent pin in an easy chair for instance. Dr.
Pierce's "Pleasant Purgative Pellets" are
small things , pleassnt to take , and they j
cure sick-headaches , relievo torpid livers '
an'd do wonders. Being purely vegetable
they cannot harm anyone. All druggists.
Wonderful transformation : Give a dog a
plate of soup and he becomes a licker.
THE CHILDREN'S HEALTH must not bo
neglected. Colds in the Head and snuffles
bring on Catarrh and throat and lung af
fections. Ely's Cream Balm cures at once.
It is perfectly safe and is easily applied
with the finger. It also cures Catarrh and
Hay Fever , the worst cases yielding to ifc
in a short time. Sold by druggists. 50
cents. Ely. Bros. , Owego , N. Y.
CHRONIC CATARRH. The result of 25
years' Catarrh : the bridge , or division of
inj * nose , was about half gone. I obtained
a bottle of Ely's Cream Balm ; have used
four bottles , applying it to the affected ,
parts with a swab , which has about cured
up the nostrils. I had previously tried all
other remedies on the market without per
manent relief. J. A. Wood , 96 N. High
Street , Columbus , Ohio.
I find Ely's Cream Balm good for Catarrh
of long standing. M. N. Lasley , 1934 West
Chestnut Street , Louisville , Ky.
Tho best armor is to keep out of gun-
"ROUGH OX CATARRH"
corrects offensive odors nt ouce. Complete cure of
worst chronic cases ; also unequalled as gargle for
diphtheria , sure throat , foul breath. COc.
In our home tho day of its arrival is
known as "YoutK's Companion day. " and
the only bad effect we have ever known to
arise from its coming is that all tho chil
dren , and the older folks , too , for that
matter , want it at the same time. Tho
publishers arc out with a , now announce
ment showing increased attractions for tho
new year. If § 1.75 is sent now , it will pay
for the COMPANION to January , 1887.
Let's see. Was the goose thai saved Rome
a 3Iichigander ?
Do Not be Discouraged
evenif you have tried many 'remedies for
your Kidney disease or Liver complaint
without success , it is no reason why you
should think your disorder incurable. The
most intractable cases readily yield to the
potent virtues of Kidney-Wort. It is a-
purely vegetable compound which acts on
the Kidneys , Liver and Bowels at the same
time and thus cleanses the whole system.
Don't waitbut get a. package to-day and
is A Wr.LL-K.vowx FACT ! In tho
Diamond Dyes more coloring is given than
in any known Dyes , and they give faster
and more brilliant colors. lOc. at all drug
gists. They aro a great success. Wells ,
ilichardson it Co. , Burlington , Vt.
The tallest chickens in the east are about
"I derived much benefit from the Athlo-
phoros you sent mo for my rheumatism. It
relieved mo of pain after taking the second
dose. " Wm. Van Ordcn , of Eagle lliver ,
Mich. , gives as his very satisfactory experi
ence with the great rheumatism and neu
Think not ambition wise , because 'tis
We recommend Carter's Iron Pills to
every woman who is weak , nervous and
discouraged ; particularly those who have
thin , pale lips , cold hands and feet , and
who are without strength or ambition.
These aro the cases for which Carter's Iron
Pills are specially prepared , and this class
cannot use them without benefit. Valuable
for men also. In metal boxes , at 50 cents.
Sold by druggists or sent by mail. See ad
Do Shang-hai fowls lay China eggs ?
If afflicted with Sore Eyes , use Dr. lanac
Thompson's Eye Water. Druggists sell it.
Gov. Hill used to be frail and sickly when
a boy. He has entirely recovered.
Gafarrh in fha Head
Originates In scrofulous taint in the blood. Hence
the proper method hy which to cure catarrh is to
purify the blood. Its many disagreeable symptoms
and th'e danger of developing Into bronchitis or that
terribly fatal disease , consumption , are entirely re
moved by Hood's Sarsaparllla , which cures catarrh
by purifying the blood , and also tones up the system
and greatly improves the general health of those
who take it.
"For many years , beginning so far back I don't re
member when , I had the catarrh In my head. It con-
hUted of an excessive flow from my nose , ringing and
bursting noises in my cars , and pains on the top of my
head. The hawking and spitting were most exces
sive in the morning , when the back part of my
tongue would be thick with a white fur , and there
would be a bad taste in my mouth. My hearing was
affected in my left ear. Five years ago I began to use
Hood's Sarsaparllla. I was helped right away ; but I
continued to use It till I felt myself cured. Jly gen
eral health has been good ever since the catarrh left
me. " Mns. E. H. CAULFIELD , Lowell.
Sold by all druggists , si ; six for 3. Prepared
by C. I. HOOD & CO. , Apothecaries , Lowell , Mass.
1OO Doses One Dollar.
HHI j.J4m hoaraoutof rags.Tarnoranycloth.
by using D C A D I i K ° hccVs , cluaps ,
on any SK WINO
MACHINE or bj
BELM AT siorrr. ' l WantedGrat
Priceonty 81. i H Inducements.
Applyforterritorr. New plan. No money required.
UNO. C. HOITT& . CO. , 218 EUl 8u , CHICAGO ,
When 1 say euro i do not mean merely to stop
a time and then bare them return again. I mean a radi
cal cure. Ihavo made tho dlseaso of FITS , ETILEPST
or FALLING SICKNESS a lire-long study. I warrant 07
remedy to euro tha worst cases Because others bare
failed la no reason for not now receiving a care. Send at
once for a treatise and a Free Bottle of my Infallible
remedy. Glvo Express and Fast Office. It costs joa
sothlnc for a trial , and I will euro yon.
4ddre Dr. H. O. BOOT. 183 Fettl St. Kew York.
W. N. U. ; O.MJLIU. 2SG-48.
From tlio National Capital *
The Washington Post says : We admiro
tho stand taken by numerous eminent
physicians in changing themode of treat
ment of coughs and colds , and publicly
endorsing Eed Star Cough Cure because it
is eflicacibus , free from dangerous ingre
dients and without morphia or opium.
This excellent remedy costs but twenty-five
Cholera in this country only catches tho
AVlicii Docs OKI Age Begin ?
"When does old age begin ? At forty-five ,
it is said , the amount of combustian which
keeps the furnace of tho human body in
bb-.st commences to decrease and diminishes
until three-score years and 'ten , more or
less , when the fires are drawn and tho
flickering flame dies out. That is tho
physiological way of looking at it. But
some men are old before they aro out of
their teens , while others apparently never
grow old , though they live to be centen
arians , The poet's way of looking at it ia
the best :
"Call him not old whose visionary brain
Holds o'er the past its undivided reign.
For him in vain the envious seasons roll
Who bears eternal summer in his soul. "
This at least seems to bo the way in
which David Littell , of Sunnier , la. , looks
at life , for though now in his eightieth year
he has taken anew lease on life and is
apparently determined to hold on to it.
. Athlophoros did it for him and he ac
knowledges his debt to it in terms of en
thusiasm. Mr. Littell tells his own story :
"I was past seventy-seven and had been
afflicted yrith rheumatism three years and
eight months. I had lost one-third of my
weight and could not walk , but shuffled
along with crutches. Sleep had deserted
me , my nerves were all shattered , and there
was no strength in my hands , wrists , knees
or feet. I could not sit down or get up out
of a chair without help , and oh ! such pain ,
worse at night than in the day. There was
neither sleep nor rest , and the outlook was
painful in the extreme.
4 "But thanks be to God and Brother In-
skip for sending me a paper containing a
notice ol tho cures made by Athlophoros
and thanks be to you for sending me a
bottle. It appears to mo the hand of God
is in it all the way , and if you did not
hear me shout why then I did not shont
loud enough , that is all. The medicine ar
rived one Saturday nicht after I had-gone
to bed. In tho morning my son prepared
me a dose of two tcaspoonfuls in milk. I
took it and felt it at once all over. After
that I took but one tcaspoonful atatimo
until I had finished the bottle. How did it
act ? Why , like a charm. On Monday
morning I rose , dressed , and walked out
into the kitchen without crutches or cano
and wished them all a happy New Year.
"My pain is all gone and I rest well. My
son , seeing such a great change in me ,
wrote for ten bottles in order , as he says ,
to make a permanent cure of it * . It is all
more like a dream than reality. I have
written to four of my friends who arc
afilictod with rheumatism about the great
medicine and I shall write to others , and
in this way try to pay the debt of grati
"Some fourteen months ago , " says A.
Hay ward , of Burlington , la. , "I was at
tacked with inflammatory rheumatism. I
tried a dozen different kinds of medicine
said to cure rheumatism , but to no pur
pose. Finally , I procured a bottle of
Athlophoros. After using the bottle it did
me so much good that I bought another , ,
but did not have to use more than a third
of the second bottle before I was entirely
cured. From that time up to tho present
I have never had anything like rheumatic
pains , and I thank Althlophoros for the
Thomas McCue , Bush's block , Dubuque ,
Iowa , whose wife was cured by Athlophoros
of a terrible case of rheumatism , declares it
was "truly a miracle in my wife's case. "
If you cannot get ATiinornouos of your
druggist , we will send it express paid , on re
ceipt of regular price one dollar per bottle.
AVe prefer that you buy it from your drug
gist , but if hehasn'tit , do not be persuaded
to try something else , but order at once
from us , as directed. ATIILOPHOUOS Co. ,
112 Wall Street , New York.
There is a clock at Brussels which conies
about as near being a perpetual motion'
machine as c.in be invented , for the sun'
does the winding. A shaft exposed to the
solar rays causes an up-draught of air
which Bct.s a fan in motion. The fan actu
ates mechanism which raises the weight of
the clock until it reaches the top , and then
puts a break on the fan until the weight
has gone down a little , when the fan is
again liberated and proceeds to act as be
fore. As long as the sun. shines frequently
enough , and tho machinery does not wear
out , tho clock is practically a perpetual
Somebody Got ITTore Tlian a Fair Show.
"I see , " said she , looking up from the pa
per , "that there were 20,000,000 buttons
made in this country last year. "
"Indeed ! " he replied , "I wonder what they
were made for ? "
"For sewing on garments , I suppose. "
"Well , somebody's got more than their
nhaire , I guess , for there h'aint been one
sewed on my garments for a year. "
She resumed her reading and a deep
silence fell upon the household. [ Boston
Quick work. To do a thing quickly and
at the same time thoroughly will unfailing
ly secure attention. This is said of Salva-
"tion Oil. the great rheumatic remedy. Price
25 cents. _ _
A pear is not always two of a kind.
"Rough on Pain" Liquid , 20c. Quick cure. Xeural-
Kla , rheumatism , aches , pains , sprains , headache ,
c amps , colic. "Hough on rain" Plaster , 13c. .
Halford Sauce expressly for family use. Oily
lOld in bottles. Beat and cheapest. _
Joseph Cook is lecturing in Canada. Now
the small-pox will have to go.
Don't Head This
Unless you want a free sample of Smith'
Bile Beans , the great liver remedy , and a
beautiful card taken from real life.sentyou
free of charge. Send us your name and E. O.
address. J. F. SMITH & Co. , St. Louis' Mo.
( Name this paper. ) _
Every shaver wants to razor beard.
GET Lyon's Heel Stiffcners applied to your boots
and shoes before you run them over.
Jay Gould ought always to be in a gilded
frame of mind. _
3 months * treatment for 50c. Piso's Eemedy for
Catarrh. Sold by druggists. _
Are all the Saratoga trunks carried on the
trunk lines ?
"Wion Babywas sick , TTO TB her Caitorbt ,
When she iras s Child , sho cried for Castoria ,
When aha became Miss , she clung to Caatoria ,
TTtsn'fcho had Children , she gavo them Caatoria ,
Is it proper to speak of a sausage machine
as a homo for lost dogs ?
. Itching or Blecdintr , relieved nna
P permanently cored by Cole' * Carboll-
salve. Get the Genuine. 23 cents and 50
cents at Druggists or by mailJ. . 'W. COLE & CO. ,
Prop's , Blacklliver Falls , WIs.
Free from Opiates , Emetics and folaon ,
SURE. * E GtSB
PROMPT. jaOH '
AT UlUOOUTS JUID DULEHS.
THE ClUULla A. > OGELF.K CaIULTIBOnEJID.
Cures Rheumatism , Neuralgia ,
" Eackatlit , llradarh * , Toothache ,
Rnratnt , ! IruUr . efr..rte.
Fill OK. FIFTV CENTS.
AT DliUHOISTS AND DRA1XB3.
THE CHARLES A.TOGELEC. roll\I.THIC KE. n.
If you wish a certain cure for nil ISIooA
diseases. Nothing was ever invented that will
cleanse the Blood and purify the System equal
to Slops and niAI/JT Bittern. It tones
up the Syntcni , puts new Blood in your
veins , restores your lost uppctlto and
sleep , and .brings you perfect liealtli. It
never fails to give relief In alt cases of Kidney
or Liver Trouble * * , BillousncfcB , Iiull-
RCNtloii , Constipation , Sick Headaches , Dy -
pcpsia , Nervous disorders , and nil Fenialo
Complaints ; when properly taken it is a sure
cure. Thousands have been benefited by It
in this and other Western States. It is the best
Combination of Vegetable remedies ai yen
discovered for the restoration to health of tho
Weak and Debilitated. Do not get Klopa
and MAtT Bitters confounded with infe
rior preparations of similar name. I prescribe
Hops & Malt Bitters regularly in my practice.
Robert Turner , Al. D. , Flat Bock , Mich. For sala
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