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. f the attempt to siriin the >.. «,,;,..„ I \fhirlpool llapitls ii no>xnoro reoklem or I dingaroug. thsa to trifle with disease which each dav secureg a iitrongcr hold '"•nd.. hastens the end of life. . Tkls is specially true of rheumaslism, neuralgia, sciatica, and nervous headache, which though perhaps slight at first are extremely dangeroiw. and steadily secure a firmer grip until at last the ngony ii unendurable and sudden death brings relief. These diseases can be cured by the use . of Athlophoros which, in connection with Atlilophoroa Pills, never fails when properly nsdd. Kend the following from thoac who have tested it. ykjJJA. Kilner, of J. A. and W. L. Kilnor, «fraigiBU.'Mattoon, 111., inyg: "My rheumatism affected me all over. Every nerve, muscle and joint was full of pain. I could not move hand or foot, not even bear tho weight of a uhecl over me. One night my father came in the house and said, ' Whv (lon'lyoutryAtUJophoros?' 1 had already tried about everything I conld think of, without getting any relief whatever. That night about ten o'clock I took tho first dose of Athiophoros. The next day at noon I ns out of the house. It did its work the quickest of anything leverheard " f I consider it a very valuable remedy, 7 jKoultl I not get another I would not :e one thousand ($1,000) for a bottle of 0! -ee my cure I have recommended it. „,..}.,.,/, both for rheumatism and neural- pa, and it has alwaya proven the same. One extreme cose of neuralgia, where tho lady had suffered over a year and th« disease resitted the ilrongest medicine am* the treatmontof oneof the best physicians, ,wis completely cured with two and a hall '-Mules of Athlophorcx. Every druggist should keep Athlophoros and Athlophoros Pills, but where they cannot be bought of tho druggist tho Atiilo- phoros Co., 112 Wall St., New York, will send either-(carriage paid) on receipt of "TWsfiuv price, which is $1.00 per bottle for Athlophoros and 60c. for Pills. For liver and kidney diseased, dynpewila, Indigestion, wcakncm, nervous debility, Ulsenscs of women, constipation, heodnche, Impure blood, int., Athlophoroi Pills iro unefjuaJcd. s AiTOH DAttT (Kntered M Secofcd-elMi-Mutter at tue P, O. at Alton, 111.) WEDNESDAY-EVE., AP1RL 18. FARM AND GARDEN. DECORATIVE SEATS FOR LAWN AND GARDEN WALKS. When to Churn I-'anl, nnd When to Chnrn Slow—Pol nl.H In Him Ke<*nIn|( M Cheap and Knftlly Const nil-led Fcinil I'ens fur Chicken*. All who attempt to raise chickens in the old style wuy know how difllcult it is to evenly distribute the food and insure enough of it to the young birds. gia, One SCOTT'S EMULSIOH I'OLK FKED l»ESr. Whenever food is thrown out to the young chicks, tho old hens rush and pick it up, crowding or driving the little ones away. In such feeding, n pen which the chickens can enter, but which will not admit the old hens, is, if notquiteaneccss- Ity, a great convenience and help. The Rural New Yorker tells how such pens can be readily made. The one shown in the first cut furnishes tho model for u pole pen and la made by laying poles up, log house fashion. Tho spaces between the poles are just largo enough to lot the chicken run out nnd in. Boards are placed over the top and held in place by stones or blocks. OF PURE COD LIVER OIL lloilHjpoflospliifedLiraefiSoJa Almost as Palatable as Milk. Tho only preparation of COD HVKIl OIL that CM) bo taken re«dllj%nd tolerated for a long tlmo bjr delicate Blomnchs. AND AS A REMEDY FOB CONSUMPTION, T " I10AT j jLL : :: imonnu mauu C'lULDKKM It 1« nianrelfom in lt» main. Wcscribcd and endorsed hy too beat Physicians in tho countries of tho world. FOR SALE av AU OBUggjSTS. REAL ESTATE FOB SALE OR RENT, -BYI IRudersnausen & Sonntag. STAKE PEN. In Fig. 2 stakes are driven into the ground with an axe, the proper distance opart. Boards or brush can be laid over tho top. For Sale. ' A convenient and pleasant homo at a roa- flOnablfUJgure, being a two-slory frame honse on Eighth street, near Henry. . . For Bale. Jt.JS? 01 £. 0 f ¥™ 9 f ^ aoros i wi'h toot class iS2vS2P 1 ? ell r?i! 8ltuatecl «« miles eaat of Ohartton oo., Mo. Hale. ' S t 9 r 5'J ram . 0 dwelling house In good S- to Topping's addition to Alton. For Sole Ohenp donoe oroapt. w. P. oble; two mansard roof | 12 room 4 noils. lars, eto. : 8 acres of groun Moei frpropoitvintheolty. For Hale. 160 acres of land near olty limits, St.iwo Jwp storx brtek and frame dwoJ nt, nouao both situated on the oast ••• o J into street ° d 7th ' ticot8 ' "° 0» brtok pS On ^? e 5 011 »" oot - between and nidge street nown as Hunter's LATH PEN. Fig. 8 represents a little more elaborate affair. This is constructed of lath and scantling. Food and water placed on the inside of cither of these coops will go to tho chickens. flivt'^nn f good forming lima, and another tract of 8 00 acres, both unimproved. Situate 0 '! 8118 *? 8 ,' 2' * 1 ?an<1518 P<* acre lv— one-third oash.balauoo on time. For Soli.. „, i.."^? of 14 ° ao " B on bottom land, all In milHvatton. near Madison, In this oouaty. A footwBtory frame dwelling house on It. < For Bale. unn.u i, 0°. / arm of , 120 aoros, situate 1 mile alowfl Wpma "' Macouplu county, 111., at -...„ J( 140 HCrOfl Of good mm ,.,"•"•" >TIHIIII 2 idles of Uppor Alton, uultii Me for dairy purposes. Olienp. A. J. HO WELL, -DKALKUJ. IN— FURNITURE ! I jffPull and Complete Stock * CONSTANTLY QN HAND. ALL OUDEP FOB Noutly and promptly nxooutoil. Hollo St., bet. Third and Fourth. IEBTAKEJR. 0011. 8TATaA:8BVKNTU ST8 aoo BAGS FUREKA FINE i For Dairy and Tublo Use, in'14 Ib. linen ttaokri and 50 Ib Bucks, for sale by i *""»*"~"*f »W» HM>*W BJJ .TOIU.RYRIE. Qtilolt or Slow Churning. The cream of different cows, if-kept nnd churned separately, will bo found to require different temperatures for churning, ami the cream from the same cows may require different temperatures for best results, at different seasons of 'the year, and for different portions-in the milk giving period between calving and going dry. As a rule, says New England Farmer, the cream from now milch cows churns more readily than that from cows which are nearly dry. As a rule, cream that is long in coming requires a higher temperature for churning than cream which will churn in a short time. Feed, the health of the cow, tho methods of nettling and the acidity of tho cream are conditions, all of which influence tho length of time required for churning: Each dairyman should endeavor to find out tho best temperature for churning the cream of his own dairy, and it can bo determined only by experiment. Tho sumo cream may make more butter if it is churned an hour, than if it comes in one-fourth or one-half tho tlmo, but wo never like to be so long in churning, and as a rule wo do not think it is necessary. Our'own preference is for from twenty-live to forty-live minutes, and if the cows are all right, tho cream properly ripened and at a proper temperature, it should come within t.hoso limits and yield all tho butter that could bo obtained by longer churning. Cream is nil right when, on being put into tho churn. it begins to change immediately and the change Is continuous till separation ii complete. Butter that comes .suddenly ii not often of the host quality, for tho sep aratlon i.s usually imperfect. If we liiu cream that churned too quickly we woulc thin it with sweet skimmed milk to rotarc the process. Sound crcnm that is quito Him, and n littlo too warm, begins to separate almost us soon as tho chnrn is started. As Boon us separation begins buttermilk produced is liable to thin tho.remaining portion of the cream, particularly thnt attached to tho cover and sides of the churn, no that a considerable per cent, of the cream may bo washed away in tho buttermilk. Proper churning yields thin, blue looking buttermilk, improper churning may yield exceedingly rich buttermilk, which possibly might bo churned a second time at a profit. Scalded milk, sot in shallow pans, yields a thick, ripe cream which needs thinning to prevent too rapid and wasteful churning. Such cream will often separate in live minutes, nnd if skillfully handled may bo churned, without much w «wto. Cream raised by tho Cooloy method or in other dc«p pails not in cold water is so thin that It rarely needs thinning to make it behave well in tho churn, hiintf .T" * ? 0ro " kol >'<° suffer from ?™ * *,*"::;... mul *° *».'.»..tuning soon as the oroam begins to break, and before it gathers, Otherwise the Inrttennay be got In-red too suddenly, shutting In n mass of buttermilk which will IMS difficult to remove. If uch difficulty in churning Is caused by having the chnrn too nearly filled with cream. No churn should ever be more than half full of cream for the most perfect separation. Too much cream pi-events tho proper amount of concussion and thus retards the separation. Thinnlnrt crcnm with water and washing the nillk away will HomeUmes make slow chnrnlhg cream come morn quickly. Tho cream must stand Home time for the fatty portion to rise. Good butter may be made without the use of a thermometer, but wo would as soon think of sending butter to market without weighing, and guess at tho weight when rendering an.account, us to think of churning without a thermometer by which tok-st and regulate the temperature. Lnngstroth on Boo Keeping. The following principles, says Langstroth, the eminent bee culturlst, underlie nnd govern profitable beo keeping and honey producing: 1. Bees gorged with honey never volunteer nn attack. .2. Bees may always be made peaceable by inducing them to accept of liquid sweets. 8. Bees, when frightened by smoke or by drumming on their hives, fill' themselves with honey and lose all disposition to sting, especially if tho motion Jars their combs. 4. In districts where forage is abundant only for a short period, the largest yield of honey will bo secured by n very moderate increase of managing bees. C. Qucenlcss colonies, unless supplied with a queen, will inevitably dwindle away or bo destroyed by the bee moth or by robber bees. 0. The formation of new colonies should ordinarily be confined to tho season when boos are accumulating honey; and if this or any other operation must be performed when forage is scarce the greatest precaution should be used to prevent robbing. 7. The essence of all profitable bee keeping is contained in this golden rule, "Keep your stock strong." If you cannot succeed in doing this the more money you invest in bees tho heavier'will be your losses; while if your stock are strong you will show that you are a bee master as well as a bee keeper and may safely calculate on generous returns from your industrious objects. Preservation of Eggs. Australian eggs ore preserved jn the following simple manner; The vessels in which the eggs are to be placed are glass jars with pa tent-stoppers, vulcanized India rubber joints making them perfectly air tight. As soon as the eggs havo been collected the jars are placed in hot water for some time, and left until the air in them has become thoroughly warm and rarefied: Tho jars having been heated, the eggs are wrapped up in paper to prevent them knocking together, and placed in a warm receptacle, their pointed ends being uppermost. The jars are immediately closed up, and then, and not until then, are removed from the hot water. The great secret of success in carrying out the method described is no doubt to thoroughly heat tho air in the jars. The .eggs will stand a bettor chance of keeping if the paper in which they aro packed is previously linked and used warm. Patent stoppered.jars are not absolutely necessary, any stopper answering which effectually excludes the air. At the late Birmingham (England) show prizes were offered for the best dozen of preserved eggs, and these were given, as was the case the year previous, to those preserved in simple lime and water of packed in dry salt. Samples were shown covered with melted suet, beeswax, oil or lard, and all these were good. But strange to say, one exhibit which had been rubbed over with pure vaseline us soon as laid was the worst of all. All the eces were putrid. HUD Quality of Wool. One of the difficulties In growing wool Hi far southern latitudes Is that the quality of thS wool deteriorates. "Wherei tlie climate Is :not cold ono«gh-to inake the wool a necessity for.tho-.protection of the sheep, nature, always'considerate, Is less careful to maintain its quality. It soon degenerates into a kind of hair and soon loses its value as wool., For tills reason northern sheep growers will always have' an advantage over those farther south. KlWl III .Splits. Everything that can be supplied at a moderate expense for increasing tlie attractions of a country homo deserves at-' tent Ion. Seats under tho shade of trees and nt remote points In walks, properly Introduced, have n pleasing effect. The Country (Jonthnnan ndvises tho models shown in t ho accompanying cut as being not only sightly and convenient, but easily nmde.i \ all :lll- 'Ofno MOST PERFECT MADE Prepared with strict regard to Parity, Strength, and UoaltUJulncaa. Dr. Prlco'a Baking Powder contain? no Amunmla,Llme,Alum or Phosphates. Dr.Prlco's Extracts, Vanilla, Lemon, etc,, flavor dellciouely. SEATS FOB GAllUttK AND LAWN. One figure in the cut shows a seat which can be readily made nt the side of a tree, and may be let into or fastened to the trunk. Tho framework may be of any kind of crooked, growing wood. To retain tho bark, which is necessary for Its best rustic apppnrance, ,it must be cut while tho tree is in a' dormant state. Soak it well in with one or more coats of petroleum, nnd it will thus be rendered as durable us cedar. In another .figure is represented a double seat—one that is movable and therefore may be pincccl wherever it chances to bo most needed. The remaining llgures of the cut suggest the simplest and least obtrusive of forms; these furnish convenient seats for a brief resting place during the interval of outdoor games, such us lawn tennis, croquet, etc. Excitement In Texas. Great excitement has been caused in the vicinity of Pans, Tex. by-the.ro- markable recovery of Mr. J. E. Oodey. who was so helpless ho could not turn in bed, or raise his head; everybody said he was dying of Consumption. A trial bottle of Dr. King's New Disoov* ery was sent him. Finding relief, 'he bought a large bottle and a box of Dr. King's New Life Pills; by the time, he had taken two boxes of Pills and two bottles of the Discovery, he was well and had gained in Hesh thirty-six pounds. Trial Bottles of this Groat Discovery for Consumption free at E. Marsh's. Large Bottles $1. Ap 1 d wlm WHIPPLE& SMILEY, INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, & LOAN AGENTS, BHRRESENTIKG TH« FOLLOWING First-Class Ins. Co.'s: Ins. Co. of North America; Hartford, Phoenix, Franklin, of Philadelyhla; German American; North British and Mercantile, London; *n Com. Union, London; Lancashire, Manchester, Eng.v Continental; Olrard; Glens Falls, Amercan Central; Firemen's Fund, Western Assurance Co. night and dlatroBi mo, and my throat»"« vvrff -I told my children J should nevor dlelu iffi 1 1 lind tried lion IWtura Whan 7 ffii »«P ° —• bottles they helped mo Very much lidoo^ £ Wo I had taken two' more bottle"wa«"well'' S heu wan n lot of Blck folks hero who liave .inn h re Yours truly, MISB JULIA Q. $3,000 Lost. "AtoiirtoEiiropo thnt coat iho 'good tliun onp bottle of Hop nircdmywlfb of fifte Baby Saved. „ ^"oyington, Mich., Fob. 2,1888. Hop Bitters for ton years, and there' clno that equals thorn for bilious complaints, and all diseases ' larlal climate. "Monroe, Mich., Sept. 25th, 1885. Sins-—Th.«« boon taking ilop ilttore for inflammation'"of fit noya and bladder. It has dono for mo ™ hit tot physicians failed to do-cured me Th. JfiSJ of ttio Blttora seemed liko rnagio to me °' W.L.'r GENTS :-Your Hop Bitters havo boon of B n.,t value to mo. I was laid up with typhoid foverfJr od 038 Fulton stteefc, Chicago, 111. Hood's Sarsapanlla is peculiar to itself and superior to all other preparations in strength, economy, and medicinal merit. 3 THEKE is something distinctly American about Congressman "Sunset" Cox, if, .as is now alleged, he left Turkey because he couldn't get ham and there. The Voice Restored. AMITTVILLE, N. Y., March 6, 1886. —Two years ago mv son was attacked with a severe cold which settled in his throat, and he entirely lost his voice. I was advised to put Ailcook's Porous Plasters around his neck. I applied two.^ In one day he was much better, and in four days he was perfectly well. I f for one. can recommend Allconk's Plasters as first class.—Mrs. John Day. NATURAL gas companies have been formed in ninety counties in Indiana. What is the matter with the other two counties P . The Verdict Unanimous. W. D.Sulti Druggist, Bippus, Ind., testiliesi "I can recommend Electric Bitters as the very best remedy. Every bottle sold has given relief in every case. One man took six bottles, and was cured of Rheumatism of 10 years' standing." Abraham Hare druggist, Belleville' Ohio, affirms: "The best selling medicine I havo ever handled m my 20 .years' experience, is Electric Bitters." Thousands of others have added their testimony, so that the verdict is unanimous that Electric Bitters do cure all diseases of the Liver, Kidneys or Blood. Only a half dollar a bottle at &. Marsh's, Drug Store. apldwlm BncKien'8 Arnica Salve. The Best Salvo m the world for cnts, bruises, sores.u.oers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles,'or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 oe»ts per box. For sale by E. Marsh, Alton. 111. mchTdwlm $20,000,000. WE AfcSO RKPEKBKNa; THK Alutaal Benefit Life, of Newark, N. J., and Traveler's Life and Accident Ina. Co., Hartford. Office: Over Alton Nat. Bank, Cor. Third and State sta. *"or Sale. .t 1 t u U tlln e lots on Alby and Market streets, between Tenth and Twelfth streets. . _ ___ WniPl'LH 4 SMILEY. Can You Answer This? ^^ For Sole. au*m nk n"i Q 'i» n good , runnlB S r, with l089 -' WHIFFLE & SMILEY. for Kent. r en. m.»t7° stot T bl ?°? dwolllne; known as the Platt homestead; lately put In (?ood repair _ AVHIPPLE it SMILEY Fine 'Residence for Sale. ~ ? eB °w boinestead, now owned > sltuatod «h Jfrjy? 0 "* says Hop Bitters Is tho only thlni? that will keep lior from severe attacks of IMMI. els and lieadache.-.SH. Oiwego Sun. P 3 ' "My littlo sickly, puny baby, was changed Into a# a t^$^jsti$!£# a * • A Toroo MOTHBB, BAH/WAT TIME TABUE. ' ~~ CHICAGO AKD JULftoy. "' On and after Sunday, Nov. 14th, 1886 traku " ""' " i, standard tlmcTa! •"or Chicago and the Bant: Chicago Mall* ...... ,.7.. .......... T ^SJSIJ 810 -£L 00 mmoclatlon» . . , ." '.' .B LlghtntoB Express* .............. ... . .9 iio m FeoHa and Sock Island FaatlJnsf 9:« I £'m sole. on completion of WJEUPPLE & SMILEY. For Rent. WHIPPLB A SMILBY. - >B «'y MUT, through, will churn quicker than cream that IH perfectly sweet, and in most ImndM will make better butter Kxpi-rlmonlH miidu tho past winter by •pvorul iliilryniuii in New England Indicate that where wisllaRe la fed freely a higher temperature is required for churning. In sonio cases it has been found necessary to have tho cream at seventy ,;«*iw«wo about right. When cream mum bo churned at suoh high temperature, says tho authority quoted from, wo would recommend gradually pouring In cold milk or water as The newest, easiest, lightest, cheap* ost, strongest, most surprising carnage spring over made is the Rice Coil Carriage Spring, and don't fail to remember it. Ask your wagon builder to put a set on your puajton, buggy or r If you have a cold, cough, bronchitis or any form of throat or lung disease do not neglect it. Ayer's Che-ry Pee- torai, if promptly taken, will speedily relieve and cure all nilmonts of this character. d wlv j. "The saloon is tho nursery of the Democratic party." declared ex-Judgo Noah Davis, of New York City, the other night. DEAM5H3 PINE AND COMMON FURNITURE. A Fall and Complete Stock Always on Hand. DO NOT FAIL TO GIVE US A CALL BEFORE PURCHASING. OUB FURNITURE BOOMS ARE ON State Street,' opp, Third, Sole or »enc. IUff Btr6et> Owned WfflPPLE 48MILEY. For Ligh tT 60a.m. H M p.m. WOOp.m. __:__*^88p.n). BVE, Ivlslon ,.. f 8 V ° t>le Dnlon Depot, Altai doing North! ' t ogreat bargain. WTVlf PLEA SMILEY . . , For Sale. «« mt ro ? n l briolcawelUn K ai"l out bnlldta OB Thlid street, between Cherry and Vine? , : WHIFFLE & 8M EY. ALTON, ILL, •pSdwlv iror Kent. or G £n? 2rt r ? 01 ? ^ ok hoaBe w" 11 about* aoros of n-minri inM,,ni«™ oroaard, In Uppor Alton. t Dr. Humbert. WHIWLE & SMILEY. T . For Rent. Lato residence ot M. J. Noonan oa State «™et, known as the A. Platt place" QootlB room brick house, in flrat ologg repatr I WHIFFLE a 1 SMILEY. JTor owe. ^KKlPeTdWV^j^l.tory The First Sign Of falling health, whether In the form of \ Night Sweats and, Nervousness, or In a aonse of General Weariness and^Los* of Apjfotite, should suggest ^the nse of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. : This .preparation is most cffedtive for giving 1 tone and strength to tho enfeebled, system, promoting the digestion and assimilation of food, restoring the nervous forces to their normal condition, and for purify- lug, enriching, and vitalizing the blood. Failing Health. WHIFFLE ft HMILEY. WM.L. KLUNK UNDERTAKER, Enjoy life. What a truly beautiful world wo live in! Nature givos us grandeur of mountains, glens aod oceans, and thousands of means of enjoyment. -We ean desire no bettor when in perfect health: but low often do tho majority of people feel ike giving It up disheartened, discouraged and worn out with disease, vhon thoro is no occasion for this feel-, ng, as every sufferer can easily obtain atisfaotory proof, that Green's August 'lower, will make them free from disease, as when born. Dyspepsia and .Ivor Complaint aro the direct causes of oventy.fivo per cent, of suoh maladies us Biliousness, Indigestion, Slok Head- olio, Costivoness, Nervous Prostration. )lzuinos8 of tho Head, Palpitation of the ioart, and other distressing symptoms. Three doses of August Flower 'will nr . 0 P n l ft -wonderful* effect. Sample i,' 10 cents. Try It. Ja3 tlwoow ly in » street i Plat .* humosteud, lately put lr ; A tw ,° story iramo dwelllu« now. A two story *•!» «** WUTUJiM. . owner Imvl having deoldod to ar WmPPLK&SMILBY 8 "V j vt«<**»«uq| 4W1U '.1.10*1 l tried various, remedies ... »- "-""oa 1 by 'different,' physicians, but occame so weak that I could not co up ?!fe. w A tho »' stopping to •*$.#$ • For Bale. A. oon J enlen .5 farm of 120 acres all Ready-Made Coffins, Metalio Cases, Caskets And Burial Robes for Ladles, Gentlemen and OhUdren. Office and Shop on State street UVfinf Af\ H lAvqfy Stubl™ ""it --J.--- -. . - - JOSKPU LIVERY STABLE J FUONI BTBEKX, ALBY AND HAfiTON, '* • ILLIM01 myjdlv . ,.. . For Sale. •Al&h'SSwlSr' dWOU1 " ffl C0raer Poarl ' WHIPPLK A SMILMV for SaloorKeut. before' On5 - u'S?,r ort '«' l »"»* »«> «• pKSSi 7.1—i •••"•""" ai.ujjuiag M> resi. jviy friends recommendeS mo to try-Ayer's S ai Warilla, which I did, And fain now ;tus healthy, and «fong as ie.vor.-lfra. B. L. Williams, Alexandria, Minn. f n ?r h , avo , usod Ayer's Sargaparllla, in my tSS. y » f°, r ;8crofi,ia, on( | .j tnow , ij^jt..fi ™J5P 'a'tlifully, that it will thoroughly eradicate this terrible disease. I'have a so prescribed It as a ton)o, as well as an alterative, and must say that J honestly 'believe it to bo the-best blood;luedlciiiB overcompounded.-W. F. Jfo.wlerVM «." D.D. fl., Greenville, Tonn. Dyspepsia Cured. «nii ipossll'lo lor mo to do- scribe what I suffered from .Indigestion ?»M H 0 . 8 * 180 , 1 ' 0 "P t° the time I bpgau takingAyer'g Sarsaparilla. I was umler the cure of^varlous physicians, nnd tried |J great -many kinds of medicines, btil never obtained more than temporary re" }« '. A / to 1 t( ? ki "« A y ur '» 6ars«mrllli> lor o short time, my headache ;dl«»p- poarod, and iny stomach p«rfornj«d its out os more perfectly. To-day' niy "oa'th Is comnlBtolv restoved.— Mary Ifarloy, Sprlngnold, Mass. I have boon greatly -benefited by tho prompt use of Ayor's Sarsaparilla. It tones and invigorates tho system; regulates tho action of the digestive and assimilative .organ*, and vitalises the ii°fi l\ ia \ wltl ""it doubt,. the most rniiablo blood purifier yet discovered. — Ayer's 'Sarsaparilla, l)yDr.J.O.Ayor&Co.,Low»H 1 UMi, I'rlce •! | ilx botuoi, tff,

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