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FOR THROAT AND LUNG " complaints, the best remedy is PHOTOGRAPHS OF ROYALTY. ectoral In colds, bronchitis, la grippe, and croup, it is *rompt to Act sure to cure. (Trade Hark.) KID GLOVES If you cannot get these glovtsfro onr ceiler •aiUfy the manufacturers, PInzs <fc Pinner, 384 .jad 3SC Broadway, New York, and they will see Ost j<ra got tliem AT THE NEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT ANC .NEW AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER. '>'y doctor says It acts ccntly on tho stomnch, liver •-••Y.a kidneys, audisn pleasant laxative. This drinli ,^ made from herbs, and Is prepnruil for use as easily <;uica. It IB called UHHFS MEDICIME it at We. nntl $l.u, rcr packaRO Tuyono to-day. Lnnn's Family Medicine move. 1 10 tioivH« «ncli day. In orJor to be healthy, this Ri'-'l "HO SUrClDE CLUBS FOR HIM. a Polioomnn Didn't Seo Who Tlxreir tho Urlclc. During 'the Buffalo railroad strike a sncmbcr of 'the' Ninth regiment from Sow York city 'Tras guarding a' ^ Shore crossing- -when a rioter- tirew aj irick that hit him on the leg-. 'A policeman was standing- a few feet away and :*3aw tha whole thing, and the soldier "Called oh him to -arrest the rioter. "Arrest him!" exclaimed the policeman. "What for?" "Why, for heaving -a. brick at my leg. Yon saw him do it." "I saw him do it?" Why, most assuredlr, unless you're "Say, Mister Soldier," said the police- snan, "you ore going- back to New York "in a few days. I've %ot to live in Buffalo for the rest, of. my life, f g-uess "if you had to stay here you wouldn't see ' "who throws the brisks any rcore'n I do. You don't catch mo seeing who throws <tha bricks. I r.in't a nietnbcr of no s-ni- club."— N. V. Horaltl. Many Are Sold— America'i TVomsn Most Froqaent I>nyers. Those horsey young- women who buy equestrian pictures of the empress o Austria must find it difficult to reeon cile the dashing horsewoman of th photographs with the grandmother o the suicide Crown Prince Rudolph's lit tie daughter. The fact is that the em press, now 54 and probably forever disabled from horseback riding, has nol had a picture taken for the public since 1867. One of her earliest and least known photographs shows her a young wife in riding habit, but as only her head and bust are visible and she does not wear a riding hat the presence o: her favorite attire would hardly be suspected. Her latest photograph, now quite a quarter of a century old, represents her in court robes and crown as queen of Hungary. After the photographs of British royalties those of German and Austrian sell best, the Russian next, and perhaps the Italian next, though there is a steady demand for royal babies of all nations, including especially the little Queen Wilhelmina of Holland in frocks and the tiny king of Spain in velvet garments that upon other than royal legs would be called knick'erbock- ers. The rage for collecting roj-al photographs which grows here and is found not among persons of foreign birth but among native Americans, takes many odd turns. Some collectors buy only photographs of royal babies, and of course acquire a large stock of Queen Victoria's abounding progeny. The last addition to this gallery is the Fife baby, with father and mother looking down upon the mite of royalty, Those who do not care for babies buy royal beauties. The princess of Wales, who no longer pretends to the charms of youth, does not show the empress of Austria's unwillingness to bo photographed with increasing years, and she reappears year after year in the very gowns the orders for which a famous tailor of this town loyally preserves in a sacrad album. Reigning sovereigns are the special objects of other collectors, while still others gather in anything, from the loftiest autocrat to the humblest and most hopeless of pretenders. Of the latter the Bourbons and Bonapartes are the most popular. One very mild pretender, Mr. Iturbide, of Mexico, who refuses to stir about his title, has the good taste to keep out of the picture shops. There is some demand for his photographs, but dealers in such things say that they have tried in vain to obtain it here aad in Mexico. !No royal beauty has had a greater sale for the past two years than the Baroness Vesara, the victim of the Austrian crown prince. Her picture in half a doxea poses has sold enormously in the United States and over most of the civilized world, but it cannot ba bought in the Austrian empire. Portrait sellers complain that the Overmans alone among resident foreigners can be depended on as purchasers of royal photographs. The Italians purchase few of the Italian royal family, though they and people of all nationalities buy photogTaphs of smiling Pope Leo and the late Pope Pius. The French care little for pictures t of their pretenders and scarcely more for those of their presidents. The small German royalties are purchased chiefly by their former subjects resident here, save when some Teutonic princekiri weds a British or imperial German princess, when the collectors and public begin to take an interest in Pumpernickel, Republican rulers excite small interest, and since Dom Pedro fled from Brazil no ruler on this side of the Atlantic has been a good sale with the photograph dealers. Even the bronzed soldier face of tho picturesque Diaz, of Mexico, is in small demand, and it is WOMAN OF FASHION. Briprht ancl Startling- Combinations sen These Fall Days. Fluids in Drilllant Array —Some Gowns That Have Just Cocic Over—The Velvet Craze—A "etr Mantle— Some Dalaty XeffllffCs. . 1SS2.1 Don't you think you'd look charming in your great grandmother's gown? A wonderful black velvet, sweeping out royally behind you, a bodice cut shockingly low, a soft fall of rich old lace, a general effect of old-fashioned womanliness and grace. Dear me, the thought of it makes us wish that we, too, had been born in those dear old days whea the dames were such pictures of quaint beauty and statelihess. But never mind, perhaps we shall be able soon to follow in their footsteps. We arc making great strides in their direction this fall, at any rate we have the black velvet, which X CLOAK. only where there is some excitement 8.3 that of the Chilian trouble that the presidents below the isthmus are objects of interest.—~N. Y.- Sun. Oddities About Memory. The memory remains intact and in t \vnridnjr order in coscn where the left side of'the brain is br.Jly diseased, from which it may be inferivd that the rig-Jit side of the brain is the sent of i,!r.s remarkable faculty. From the physiologist's point of view the power of memory is badly diminished by too ranch food, by an excess of physical exercise and by education. If this is true the illiterate has a better memory than the educated man of the period. It has also been proven that ;he memory is better in the morning- ;han in the evening, in summer than in winter, and m uch better in warm than in cold countries. has been declared quite the thing for even young girls, we have the empire cut, and we have the rare old laces. To be sure we have to almost metamorphose our black velvets by combining iem with bright silks, but then we .iave gained some points at least, and may well rest content for awhile. We'll make the pretty silk bodices to go with ;he- black • velvet skirts and the short ligh puffed black velvet sleeves, since fashion has so decreed, and wait future developments. In the meantime, let us hope there will be no further advance in colors for street costumes. For the past few weeks both materials and trimmings for street gowns have steadily assumed more and more radiant hues. They positively shine in all the colors of the rainbow. Why, I saw one gown that had a bright scarlet skirt, trimmed at the edge with great slashings of black velvet, a bodice of brightly colored plaid silk, the most prominent colors of which were blue and green; short over- jacket of black velvet, with the corners braided in white silk, a big black velvet bow fastening the jacket fronts together; long black velvet streamers at the back of the dress; a high black velvet collar adorned with ostrich feathers, and to tip 'it all, gold-colored gloves to match a fine stripe in the silk. Such a combination! Could you think of any more colors that might be put in there? Another was a degree less glaring. It had a plaid skirt, a large plaid with bright colors, and a deep band of plain gold at the edge. Its owner, however, was possibly startled by the effect, for she had concealed a great part of it by a second and overskirt of plain dark blue, which flared away, however, almost entirely in front, being cut a wide inverted V. The bodice was of the bright plaid,' and a wide gold belt made it more brilliant still. A striking Paris gown just over is made of fine chamois-colored cloth, and . -me waist nas Qrst a plaited deep chemisette and then below a tight-fitting bodice, all of the dress material, but separated by rounded velvet bands. A gathered velvet belt, very high on the left side, is drawn down at the right into a glc-ming- buckle. The puff of the sleeves is cut open to reveal a darker green velvet one beneath. The hat that accompanies this gown is very pretty—a capote of black lace -with high gathered lace standing up in the back with an aigrette; pale pinkroses running around the crown and a single one peeping out beneath in front Velvet is not the only popular cloak material; black for street and afternoon wear; black for general wear is quite the craze. The black and red craze of a short time ago promises to decline and fall away. But it is probable that the somber shade alone will stand among- the foremost all winter. Plain black isn't becoming to every one, by any means. But these pretty materials, flecked with a few dashes of bright color, are welcome substitutes. The silk, too, dotted with little flower sprays and fanciful designs, are good to combine with plain black. These make serviceable, economical dresses that may be worn on many an occasion. Another magniflcant cloak made its way out of a fashionable shop on Broadway this morning and went slowly up the avenue, so as to give every one plenty of opportunity to gaze. The heavy dark green cloth was gathered— although only slightly—at the neck, and surmounted by a Valois collar in black velvet. The fullness was again caught at th.: waist, under wide ribbons that tied there. Beautiful white and gold embroidery adorned the front and back of the mantle, forming a corselet, and standing up in high crests on the shoulders. Deep velvet plaitings were on the velvet cuff also, and at the bottom of the cloak. Here are three of the daintiest little neglige bodices you ever saw. The first is pink silk, and is finely tucked at the yoke, then gathered below close into the waist. A deep ruffle of guipure lace edges a ruffle of silk, and a deep berthe of lace falls over the shoulders. A pretty turndown collar is of lace also. The second is of delicate lavender and straw-colored satin—a striped satin, with a tiny line of white joining the other two colors. It has a fine Chinese crepe front, of cream, that doubles up under the belt and hangs quite low. But the side pieces of' the satin hang lower still, and are joined, across the crepe front, by three little bands that have rosette bows in the center of each. The crepe front at the neck folds over in the old-fashioned kerchief style, and FRIEND 9 " MAKES CHILD BIRTH EASY. Colvm,lja»,'I)ec.S, 1886.—Ilywife used HOTHES'S PKTBKK before her third confinement, and says she would not be without it for hundreds of dollars. DOCK MILLS. 3snt by express on receipt of price. J1,K> ccr bo:- de. Book " To Mothers •''. mailed free. BKAOFIELOKEQULATOR CO., .-on BALE OY ALL DftuaaiftTa. '- ' ' : *'- ATLAffTAt QJI For sale by.Ben''Fisher, drug-gist. The CelMed fpeii Cure. Is SOLD o:r A POSITIVE GUARANTEE tocarct'.nyfonn of ucrTous dia- car.o or sny ili?~ 01(10;-'.^ i;.o;;eii- of. BEFORE nlve nso df. Stjmviln.'.: through you'iifi'l i rjrace, <t?~, such rs Y/ohef'.ihicr.s, Bc£-li'- Gcmuial Woalmcra, ^ (ration. Nocturnal J i-.-!..w- AFTER ., 'I,.>i:n;co or Opium, cr it:svi":Lii;u, over faOiil- Vx^ of Emia Power, .-tov.-a P-_liisia tUc hark, T:.v:icT];i,, JVTVOUB T'rcs- ,•>:••.-. !:,>-« c? Prwar .'ind "-V'''.^ % ^ P 'I o':rn lead ro . 0:1 receipt , Impotcncy which prerasturo old npe box, G boxes Tor i-^. of price. A WHITTLE: rr.'.r •.-T^rissivc-.i ICL- every £5.00 order r':*viv--<!,i .) refund tho money II aPorniiiBcaCo'.'.ivi-ji.^circctcil. Wohsvo thousands of tec: Inu'/u'.il^ from old and young oJ both sexes, who h:iv,-: been permanently cored by the *JBC of A;ilirodJttoc. Circulars free. Mention paper. Address THE APHRO MEDICINE CO. Western B r anC h,. 0.80X37. Sold bv BF Keeslins 1 , Druggist Faber's golden Female Pills Box 37. Sold by B. F. Logansport led. Relievo Suppressed Menstruation. Used successfully by thousands of prominent la^ dies monthly. • Thoroughly reliaole and sale. Worth twenty times their -weight in gold for female irrey- uULrMeii. Never known to fail. Sent' by mail sealed IorS2. Address The Aphro Medicln? COMPANY, Western Branch, Portland, Oregon. ng-, Druggisl. CHICAGO MEDICAL INSTITUTE 157 & 150 S. Clark St. Chicago, HI. The Regular Old-Established' PHYSICIANS &SURGEONS are still Treating wlti the Greatest SKILL f\ND SUCCESS ALL Chronic, Nervous and Private Diseases: STXERVOUS DEBILITY, Lost JlnnhtxxJ Vailing Memory, Exhausting Drains, Terribla Dreams, Hea>l und BackAelieimil-all tie effects len-'lng,to early.decay and perhaps Consumption or Insanity, treated scientifically by n-w methods with never-failing success. tS^STPUILIS and !U1 b.-.d Blood mid Skin ulsfzfes permanently cured. ESrKlBX&Y am! UHlXARY comp'aiats. Gleet Gonorrhoea. Stricture, V-ricowle and all dlstnses or the Genlto-Grinary Orpins cured promptly without injur to Stomach. Kldners or oilier Organs. expjrlinents. ,v«a and experience important. Consultation free «nd s;,.-.rcd. C-JS^AU correspondence Is sacr<t( y private. Our long experience enables us to Guarantee Cures in all Curable Gises of .Eczema, Scrotuln, Syphilis, Bladder and Kidney Diseases, Leucor- rboeaand Kemale Troubles, Liver Complaint, Giicurli. all Blood, Skin and N«rvou« Diseases. No matter who has failed to cure you, write us a full history or your case. Hours. S to S; Sandays, 9 to 12, Call on or address Chicago Medical .Institute. 157 & 159 S. Clnrk St. Chicago, HI. _,IT IS A DUTY yon owe yourself and Am- <ly to ftct tho bent vnlno lor your money. Economize In your footwear br purchmlmr VV. L. DoaglaB Sboec, which reprecent tko bc«t value for price* Ktked, a* thoun ll tentlfv. tW TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. JO I have the largest and best selected stock of' new, fresh goods in the Furniture line in the State, which I will offer at the very lov/est prices. Call and see the line when you are in the city. lder, >IackweI!'s Bull VISITEfO COSTUME. the sleeves are very short, with deep ruffles of lace, • The third is, first, a blouse of white silk, finely shirred at the neck; over each thread of the shirring is a loose rope of pink ribbon. The cuffs liave this same shirred and rope eSect. Then over the blouse fall short jackets of hravy white satin dotted in sprays of pink lilies of the valley. From under the bodice comes a deep ruffle of heavy lace. EVA A. ScHtTBEET. V/I.LF, ODD AND RARE. Wm. L. 1 43 and 45 S. Meridian St. INDIANAPOLIS. PENNYROYAL WAFERS. A gpccinc monthly modldno for lodlo* to restore and regulate tha man*os; .producing froo, hcaltb7 «nd palnlost. MlechnxgB. I?o tuohea or poltifl on ap- prottcli. Kow tued by over SO^XIO lod}w. Onco uwd. wlil use a^aln. lnvjfor«i«« thcso or^uiB. Boy. ot your • drUKKlst only tboira vrjth ocr Blena£uro BCTOSB Cacooflabat Avoid wubstltutefl. Sealed' particular* mailed Zc stAmp. CLOD bSi. Addresa, BUK1CKA ^HEl— COMPANY. P»l»nT, For sale by B K 1 Tteesllni? and J D Hanson L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE cE*fiyW THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOB THE MONET. A genuine newcd ehoc, toot will not r*j>, fln» calf, seamless, eaiooth Imido, flexible, more com- lortable. stylish ajjddorabletbananyothorahoflovor gold at tho price. Eaimla custom rnndo shoe&co>U&£ from $4 to «5. ffiA and 9? Han <l-«owcd, Cno calfaboes. Th» ij>*# mostBtyllBljjCusy and durable shoes ever «old at the price. They ooual Una Imported shoes outing . SO 1'oilco Shoe, worn bj farmer* ana all others who want a good heavy calf, thres noled, extension edge shoe, easy to wait In. and will keep tho tcetdry and warm. ffiASO Fine Calf, 82.25 and 82.00 Work«*»*« Ingmen's Shoes will glvomorowoar tor tbo money than any other mako. Thoy aro mado for acr- vlcc. The Increasing tales show that worklmriaGn have found tbl» cot. 2-00 ana Tenths' 91.7.1 School. liooB aro worn by tho boys everywhere. Thomost BcrvlMabloshoessold attaoptleet - . $3.00 and $1.75 Shoos for of the best Dongola or flna Calf ,u deilred. Thoy aro very stylish, comf ortablo and dura- bio. Tbe$3.00ahooeg.ualacustom>nadoflhoe8eotUiig IromK.OO to 88.00. Ladles who ivlih to economize in their footwear aro finding this out. --..,. Caution.— W.L.Douglas' name and tho price It etamped on tho bottom of each shoo; lootc for It whonyonbuy. Bowaroor dcalcrsatwrnptlnKtOiUb- etltuto other makes for them. Such lubstJtuuoniutt fraudulent and subject to prosecution by taw tot Ob- *atnlng money under false pretences. W. I>. DOUGLAS, JJrocktoii, JUan. Sold 07, J. JB. WINTERS, Broadway. SURE CORE FGP* CATARRH ELEC -« Great Buil noventent." Sol! • ?dc a record long years s^o, • : 1' i:r ; s never been beaten or •.-.• rrcl-fd. It has not to-day, ;-.••:! njccr.d in popularity. Its :-.•" r ;-;.<;] uniform excellence -.: s i;-:: nien of to-day as it i {[>..[•: fathers before them, sver tobacco issmoked. BULL DURHAM •^fe;a mild and pleasant otimuiruit v.-r.ic . and in no way excites or dsr.-inges -;]: 'respect it is distinctive. It gives the effeovs. :ibrt v/ith no unpleasant e quiets the nerves system. In this most solid com- Made only fay Blackwell's Durham Tobacco Co,. Durham, N.C. has its skirts quaintly trimmed with scallops, semi-circular in shape, 61 a cloth of like color -with the dress, finely striped in torquoise blue.velvet. The bodice is cut off extremely low and square, opened considerably at the front to the waist. The space thus left is filled with the same striped velvet material; A little heading- of the cloth joins the two prettily. The sleeves are a combination of the two materials, and in lieu of a puff the heading of cloth stands up on each shoulder. The belt is peculiarly shaped, perfectly plain all round, except immediately in front it runs about five inches down in a very slender point. Here's an extremely pretty dress—a trifle more subdued than usual Myrtle green "corkscrew," striped in velvet a shade or two darker. The skirt is hung 1 with the stripe diagonal, and is draped in front. At one side, also, there's a box plait. A deep band of velvet of an extremely rich dark green borders the skirt and black velvet buttons adorn A MISSOUBI woman has a tumbler of cow's horn, which her father made to drink cider out of in the famous campaign of 1840. THE oldest spoon in the world belongs to George A. Warren, of Indianapolis. It is two hundred and twenty- nine years old, and was brought from, England. A CITIZEN" of Moberly, Mo., has a curious collection. He has a slipper seventy-five years old, a Bible and a trunk, each one hundred years old, and a razor hone three hundred years old.. ROBERT FtrLLEKT<w, of jSew York, has the pipe of peace handed to Columbus when he first landed. It is made of an odd kind of bamboo found only in San Salvador. He also has the old original baseball club. BELT SUSPEKMHY ran WE^CNEH 11KMMTATKD t)imti(rh IN. BI«:l!tT10S8 or EXCESSES ti. exj:£t:e! u? thi«nr» ?IC BELT ASH SUSPENSORT _ S^^SOSEY, JIiu!i- for »i> JpecIUcpnr JOhe, Core ar Oenf r«t!»» TTrnlnrni,, plvl^K KrfH-iT, Slid, SooCli' Inc. Conttaootn Com-H uf KlKIrlcllv inroiilth all « KAK ?AKTS, rcitorint them K> IIKAI.TII «/.-t VnHIKOl'SKTBBBTlL KlKlrA Uormt Krlt Iiuuml;. of »* forfeit 15,000 In cuiL, ?A KlMtrA Can BKLT and 5»it^D»or7 Catupl"? f •• f ' "ui*M in thrpff nuiBf EiKCTHJCCO.. .. ;, a pamp&lct Free, "-«!., P.HICAflO,IU- FOR OVER FIFTY TEiiE8 this old Sovereig^iKemedy has stood the test, and stands to-diy tho.best. known 'remedy for Catarrh, Cold in the Head and Headache. Persist in its use, and it will effect a cure, no matter; of how tong standing the case may be. For sale by W EAK AW UNDEVELOPED Organs «trengtiie".e<l «nd •nJ»tged,,emu- •Ions (topped, Ix>»i 1. ^hood Restored, Tarlcocele, weak tact, Jo^ o'mcinor/.'dlzziness, nervousness, weaJaem *ar. 1 by the Pcnn Jj'flr RcKKHSJsfc. «UO per I..-T : six boxci for 15.00. A -vrljter; guarantee of :- - with {.very fcut boxes, rvnd '^tarcp for pan .-tJo.rs tu th» 1 «*« North . Street. . LOST MANHOOD RESTORED. ThoBC Trio hove racd qnack medicines inth hli^i Bounding foreign names, and not occn cured should try Dr. Avoir's Specific, a genuine medicine made by a (^•nulne expert physician, and sold with a written guarantee to cure Headache. Nervoasn ess. Fain In Back or Side, Evil Drcarae, iack of Confidence. LflfiOIan* hood, TTeali Memory, Lost Brain Pover. and all THSUDK dlsew** cauKd by overexertion, youthful lolly or tl>a cicesslve nsc of tobacco, opium; or stlmnlanU •which lead to consumption o- insanity. Put up In condensed Jonn for 1hs pocket. Scut I/y mall Sl.OO per bor. 9(1 for $£00. Wlih every Ci.CO order ,TTC Rive a • . . **ten guarantee to cure or refund the moiiey. Circulars free. Before and After Use. Address ATEBY'S SPECIFIC CO., 20 Plymouth Place,. Chicago, El. THE GE'STCrfXE FOD SALE OXLY BY B. F. Kcesllag, Drusglfit, Logansport, Ind. Vacation Amusements. "How are yon going to spend your vacation, Mudge?" "Same as I did last year, I guess. I suppose I'll put in two weeks trying to borrow enough to go away for two or three days,"—Indianapolis Journal. j"P2erve3osd8,* 'i.i . • _i i..L*_ n. «i;ch as 'VYen!i ilemoir. ikpful:ienn, ix>itc Alon- ten cun.ra.ntec t" cure all nervons I^own of Ura.laPo\ycr, &;.cadux: koo'J, XlsbU"-En)I»«*ICnii, Qaic' deiice, rierTOU«De»«, J.a»w#i twdc, nil drains an.1 ]o«» of of the Generative OrKins In cither wx cau;-ed hyovcrcxcr- tlon. voutijfui errors, or escew.lve uwi of i(»b-cco. or/dim orstlmi:' " • • ....... . ~- -- • JC.1E A2TD AJT )• jr Sale in Lofransport Inu. nyacc « raTvrlt^jn cu-*r:tritec to core or .CULAR FKKK Addrots X " re-rfr-.ni ih CO.. < By H 0 'nr<>!l! 'Af-l Fourih Si I Iiad a malignaa: breaking on: on. n:v !cr below the knee, aad Tras ttired soiled izd ~ei'i -.vith ITK-O asd a. ball bottles of 0 tier Wood medicines hid tafled j to do 210 any good. I tvos troubled froiacLiid^ood wirh :i:: c -• • crayated ease of Tetter, imd ihrco bi.tria. ; cured cio permanetly i>nr book on Blood snd Skin DlsKiscs ir.zX ' tree- SWIFT SPECIFIC Co., AUanra. i - RESIORED MANHOOD? Da. HEBVBBIKB : eold iriih »_ written gnarantee to cure «]1 serrous itearsei of the gtnsr»UT& organs of either scz, <ucli as Ifcrvona I'rostritioD, Fiilitif or, . w ,. Lo-tMaafcoodilmp-ivncy, Nightly Emtoiotw, YontMnl &TOTS,;, SS^ ileotil Worry, eicewive aw of Tobacco or Oprtnn. which le»d W Consumption and Irf'saity. To the wea* it restores the Knap and •rigor of youth, and full power to »!t who use it. Sold at, £1.00 per box, & tw-tes ior $5^)0. J)r. Kctta Chiolcal Oi,, Clenl«l4| (X Sold at Johnston Bros, drug store iS ~LL- CiMTJWIENT will cure BJind, Bleeding and I;caiiisi3le&.,.Itabsorbs tho tumors, allays the lU-fcing at once, sicts as a potiltice, gives instant relief. Prepared only forJ-rijsandJicbirig,of the private parts. Every boils •srerrantcd. judge Cooas, of itaysville. K. T., says: "Dr. WiliJajaS 1 Indian Pile'plnt- mentcoredmeafteryearsof sn3ering." Soldi)?<Jmgj?ist« sent by mail on receiptof price. 50ccotsand$LOopcxbox. Sold "07 B E Keesiiflfir and J L HaasonJ " " t—1

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