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The Globe One Price
The leading establishment in the city for
Every garment warranted to fit equal to custom made. A special invitation is extended to students to
examine our new fall stock.
Corner 0 and Tenth Street. E M. EISFELD & CO., Proprietors.
Prepared accenting to the dircclios sfProf. E. N. Hoskokd,
ESPECIALLY Rt COMMENDED FOR
Dyspepsia, Nervousness, Exhaustion, Headache, Tired Brain,
And all Diseases arising from Indigestion and Nerve Exhaustion.
This is not compound "patent medicine," but a preparation of the phosphates and phosphoric acid in
the form required by the system.
It aids digestion without injury; and is a beneficial food and tonic for the brain and nerves.
It makes a delicious drink with water and sugar only, and agrees with such stimulants as are necessary
to take. Descriptive pamphlet free. CA UTION: Be sure the word " forsord's" is printed on the fable.
All other others are sfmrious. Never sold in bulk.
Rumford Chemical Works, - Providence, R. .
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS..
For Indoor and Outdoor
PaHIculir Attention Klrrntp FiirnUhtnff GYS1NA
SEND FOR FIIEE CATALOGUE TO
"SKST A, 0. ping & Bros, "SESSf
Any book learned in one reacting. Mind wandering cured.
Speaking without notes. Wholly unlike artificial systems.
Piracy condemned by Supreme Court. Great inducements to
Prospectus with opinions of Dr. Wm. A. Hammond, the
worliHnmcd Specialist in Mind Diseases; Daniel Grecnlcaf
Thompson, the great Psvcologist; T. M. Buckley, D. D.,
editor iof the Christian Advocate-, Richard Proctor, the scien
Ust, Hon. Judge Gibson, Judah P. Benjamin, and others,
sent post free by Prof. A. LOISETTE, 237 Fifth Ave, N. Y
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