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How's Your Liver? Is the Oriental salutation, knowing that good health j cannot exist without a ! healthy Liver. Whentha '• Liver is torpid the Bowels are sluggish and constipated, the food lies in the stomach undigested, poisoning the blood; frequent headache ensues; a feeling of lassitude, despondency and nervousness indicate how the whole -system is deranged. Simmons Liver Eegulator has been the means of restoring more people to health 'and happiness by giving them a healthy Liver than any agency known on Dearth. It acts with extraordinary power and efficacy. NEVER BEEN DISAPPOINTED. As H general family remedy forDyspepsl&. Torpid Liver, Constipation, etc.. I hardly ever use anything else,'and have never been disappointed In the effect produced: It seems to be almost a perfect cure for all diseases of the Stomach and Bowel"! W. J. MoELKor, Macon, Ga. Keep out disease by keeping in healthy,action the liver, stomach and- bowels. There's a pleasant and a sure way of doing it. It's with Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. They're the best Liver Pill ever made, and a prompt and effective remedy for Sick Headache, Bilious Headache, Constipation, Indigestion, Bilious Attacks, and all derangements of the stomach, liver and bowels. They cleanse and renovate the system, quietly but thoroughly. They regulate the system, too—they don't, upset it, like the old-fashioned pills. These are purely vegetable and perfectly harmless. One " Pellet " a dose. They're the easiest to take, and the mildest in operation—the smallest in size, but the most efficient in their -work. They're the cheapest pill you can buy, because they're guaranteed to give satisfaction, or your money is returned. You only pay for the good you get. Can you ask more ? That's the peculiar plan all Dr. Pierce's medicines are sold on. •QOLD MEDAL. PABIS, 1873, W. BAKER &Co.'s Breakfast Cocoa from -which the excess of oil has been removed, is Absolutely Pure and it is Soluble. No Chemicals are used in its preparation. It has more than three times the strength, of Cocoa mixed with. Starch, Arrowroot or Sugar, and is therefore far more economical, costing less than one cent a cup. It is delicious, nourishing, strengthening, EASILY DIGESTED, and admirably adapted for'invalids as well as for persons in health. Sold by Grocers everywhere. W, BAKER & GO,, Dorchester, Mass, .rt= h>i- Better than Faith Cure. There -were five merrof us and tL women, besides the driver, who w. staging it between two towns iu K BBS. \Ve set out at 7 o'clock in morning 'for an all day's ride, and hal not made over two miles -when "the olo ast man in the crowd, -who was frou the Nutmeg State, and built on Yankee principles, suddently exclaimed: "By gosh to sqnasli!" "What's up ?" asked one of the lot. "The.toothache! She hit me in thil 'ere lower double tooth and I'm in for a bushel of trouble." "Just try and not think of it," suggested one of the women. "Keep voni thoughts on your family." »/e tried it for two or three minutes; ai.jl a smile of affection came to his face. It suddenly .lied away, how- iver, to be replaced by a look of feroo- tv as he yelled otit: "Hang my family, but it don't work I Has anybody got any camphor ?" Nobody had. \V e hadu't even a drop of whisky. One mt\n had some tobacco, but the Yankee couldn't, go it. The acne. once started, grew worse, and as he began groaning a second woman suggested: "I've heard say as imagination has all to do with pains Suppose you imagine you are sound asleep and dreaming of angels and s ic,h." - . • He tried it, and for a -rnimite or two the ache let up. Then i*, struck him with a jump, and he seized his. jaw and yelled: "Jerusha Jackson! but I'll be gaul darned if I hairrt goin' to oie right here'? Driver, stop die wagon!" It was stopped and ho panted to know how far it was to a town. He was told that it VH.-S twenty miles, and ha i'etched u g ; -oan a rod long and said: "It's got to l»e done! Driver, come down here!" "What dc you want?" "You've got to knock it out! You ar« the biggest man in the lot, and I guess 'you kin hit a purty hard blow. Give me a lifter right here on the jaw." "Do you inetin it ?" "Sartain, aid don't waste any more Vime. Spit on your hand, haul off and sock ra<s oruy right on that tooth. I want it knocked in,o a cocked hat." "Butyoa will go with it," "Can't help that. Now, imagine that I've ciliacl you a double-barreled liar *nd fh.'.',: awav." The driver drew back and then landed on the exact spot, and the Yankee tumbled head over heels in the grass. He was up in a minute, however, and he put his thumb and finger into his mouth acd pulled out two teeth and shouted: "Whoop! It's one extra, but that's Alright! Shale, old nun, and then drive on with the band wagon! We— whoop! Tooth ache gone—happiness come to stay! Here's a dollar, and if you want to brag aroui.'j a>out knocking a feller fourteen feet I won't say a word." A RIPE OLD A'GE. A Chlcaro Celet>rnt«* Her IO3d Surah Slum was a babe of. six months, living with herparcnts in i.lie liulc rown of Crebenun. Hessfi-lliirrnsta.il I. wlmr. the people of the United .St.ii.tiis were first voting: for Ueorge Washington. The other evuniiiK she ran briskly.; cross her room in order to refute thu statement of a reporter that she mijtlit be want:nc iu physical activity. On that day named relatives and fnunus '•,.-. thX number of thrue or four hundred oiiiiud »t the residence of her daughter. Mrs." Lev! Lebold, on West Van IJnren street, Chicago, to congratulate thu old -lady upon her one hundred and second birthday. Mrs. RotliSL'hikl. fumiftrly S;i.rah Stern, is an extraordinary woman. She Is in full possession of nil her faculties, Is erect, almost agile in her n-cr,ivity. lieepp soundly, and was never sick in How Girl» Deuuine IMo<l<M/i I remember a story of an art'.sr-'t mod-el us it was told to me by ;i. w^l known artist in town. Bays a ui-iici in Chattel-. This model wy.s it, yii-|. She had been well aware of 1, ,c beauty of her form, and bad utiliiwd it for a siTnti.il salary in tii.-- i|«.vinj;- wraps and cloaks in Ji" lar^u stoi-'u uii Si.xth avenue. From thesu .-.torch many y.rusls' models STiuhutte, and .so did she. fr-'orne artist saw her a.-id j opened to her eyes the possibility of greater earnings by becoming- a model. For some time she posod in lull attire and then necessity compelled her to adopt more or less partial costumes to meet the requirements ol her empjoycrs. At lust, by the natural pr-'oss in such cases, she was induced to pose without any covering. The artist who told me this story saw her at thai lime and so keenly did she feel the mental, mural and physical discomfort ol her position that he supposed she would never be induced to pose in thai (vay ag-tiin. lie lost sight ol her for ;. year, and thon, having an Oi-der that required a nude model, looked up her address and sent for her. Ha said she had become in that time' perfectly habituated to her work, hi the intervals, when hu allowed tier to rest, she sa' ihout at perfect ease and with perfect nonchalance, smoking cigarettes and chatting, without taking i\. v trouble to even partial) v ulothe herself. Have you a Pittsburgh, Rochester, Duplex, or a Student Lamp? t Do they work satisfactorily? Do your Lamp Chimneys break? You get the wrongsort! The RIGHT ones are the "PEARL GLASS," made by Geo. A. Macbeth & Co-., Pittsburgh, makers of the celebrated " Pearl-top "• lamp chimney, which have given universal satisfaction. Advice to tlie Aged. AKTC brings inflrmitieN,Kiich us Nlut- •riHli bowel*, wcuk. JkidneyH and bladder and torpid liver. have a specific effect on these organs, stimulating the bowels, givittsrnatur« nl^dischttrsr-Js without straiuinr ojr Griping, »«<» IMPARTING VIGOR to the Kidney., bladder and liver. XJbcy are udupted to old or y«ung. SOJLJL> .IS V 'Ctieap Lands andHomesin K»u- tiicky, Tennesee, ' ALABAMA, Mississippi and Louisiana. On tie line of tlie Queen & Crescent fioute can be foimd 2,000,000 acres of splendid bottom, no- land, timber and stock lands. Also the linmt Irult and mineral lauds on the continent Tor gule ITAfiHEHSl'wJtb'aHttirgBttlngget it home the sunny South, where blizzards . and lc/> d plains are unknown. The Que«n & Crescent Eoute Is 94 Mlleut Shortest and Quickest Line Cincinati to New Orleans Time 27 Hours. . Entire Trains, Baggage Car, Day' Coach™ sleepers run through without change. In toe BRIC-A-BRAC. JIIIS. SAIIAir IJOTJISCHII.I'l. her life. The Iritabllitv so often found In the old is altogether lacking with her, she being amiable and eentle. Her memory is as good as ever it was, she takes the deepest Intorcist in all matters pertaining to her familv. :<iid is fond and proud ot her <:.. >lren to the fourth generation. Her husband died forty-five years ago, and six years later, in lgr>i,. she went to Chicaeo.' Besides Mrs, Lebold, she has a daughter living in Milwaukee, Mrs. S. Kahn. and live grand-children, whose mother. Mrs. Sarah Friend, died tlie evening of Mrs. J-tothschild's one-hundredth anniversary. Rest-i.g in the bosom of her numerous and woll-to-ilo family this estimable old lady's life I* passing in happiness and con tone. All the infirmities of ace being htr,kins', the calm and r«pose of her character are peculiarly Impressive. ff she thinks of that transition which in the order of nature must tome, she docs not burden those about her with it. She is bright -and cheerfnl and appears to study how she can give least trouble. She climbs the stairs as easily as do hm great grandchildren, and requires no more assistance than any other adult person. A wealth of beautiful silvery hair crowns her head, and her nye is bright and sparkles with intelligence. Take her all In all, it is 'doubtful if another such person can bft found the continent over. Cornfleld .Philosophy. HE -weather cannot possibly please ,every one. The plumber rejoices wben the weather ia freezing, -while the ice dealer is joyous only in tlia hot summer, time. Greediness is sometimes its own reward, especially _ _ -when the greedy *aall boy helps himself to a yery larga <hew of his father's tobacco. Instead of fighting, run away and you -will live to fight another day, but the chances • are that you will run faster the next time; Dark shadows are cast by bright lights. A mirror reflects what is in front of H, and is not to blame if the reflection is not pleasant to see. A bird in the hand is worth two ia the bush; but this came logic will not ap-ply to thorns. There is a wide. difference between bird* and thorns ie this world. A Larking dog may not bite, but ba will scare a tramp half to death. A eorn may be a better weather indicator than the almanso, and yet most folks would .rather trust to "Old Probabilities."— Chicago Ledger. To You, GENT.LE READER. If you have Dyspepsia, yon have heartburn with pain in the stomitob after cniint. you huve headache, are bilious at times, your bowels are con- Ntipnted, your skin is yellow, your tongue is coated, you hitvc durjb circles around your eyes, you c»n not eat what you like, you do not sleep well, yon are USED UP GEXERAIXY. Get a bottle of DR. WHITE'S DANDELION ALTERATIVE. It will cure you. Ton can eat what you like, yon will sleep like, a child, your skin will get clear, your eyes •will fret tM-jKbt, you will get FLESH OK. YOUR BOXES and will feel vigorous enough 'to take anything you can lay yonr hand* on. Very large bottle for 81, and every bottle warranted. oold by B. F. Keesling- and D. E Prvor. 110 Miles the Shortest, 8 Uours the Qol^kn^c Cincinnati to Jacteonviile, Fia. Time27 Hours. Tho only line running Solid Trains and TC.Tr>u-b "* 's Cot-bccn. COMPOUND lUomcosed of Cotton Hoot, Tansy and Pennyroyal—a recent discovery by an old physician. Ja success/utttf uted monin.lv— Safe,. Effectual. - Price $1, by mall, sealed.' Ladles, ask your druegist for Cook'i Cotton Root Compound and take no substitnte, • or luolose 2 stamps for sealed particulars. Address POND LILY COlttPA>TT, No. 3 Rsher Block, 131 Woodward aye., Petrolt, Mlcb. A Chester, Vt., woman dislocated her shonld«r In making her bed. Vienna's death rats has Increased 50 per cent above normal in one week. The New York Bible house, since April 1 last, has issued 725,000 volume's. All the Jama-ica railways have been taken by an American syndicate. The imperial cable from fJerrauL'a to Halifax will be completed In June. It requires twenty-two volume* to register the different cattle brands in ARABIAN BALSAM Die or lie BEST MEDICINES tm irateJ —FOE— PAIN AND INftAMMATION, b«th ErtcrnallT »nd Internally. It is safe and certain in its action . ForBurns, Poisoning, Erysipelas, Inflammation of the Eyes or Bowels, Earache, Deafness, Rheumatism, Pains In Side, Back, or Shoulders, Piles, Sore Throat, Croup, or -Bronchitis. Price 25 cts. and *i. at all druggists. E. MORGAN <fc SONS, Proprietors. • PROVIDENCE, R., I. * •TBiDE SUPPLIED bj ROSS GORDON, LaFkiyutte, Ind. For sale by B. F Keesling. A pear raised at 'Modesto, Cal., measured eight inches high by nineteen inches around. New South Wales and Queensland have erected 687 miles of rabbit proof fencing. A letter containing 890,000 has been stolen in transit between Vienna and Pesth. The Baldwin locomotive works expect this year to turnout not less than 1,000 locomotives. ' The commission of- French engineers to investigate the Panama canal has arrived on the ground. The Baltimore committee of one hundred have fixed upon 81,000 as the full retail license fee for that city. At Tucamche, -in Guatemala, too boy§ In-a school recently seized the master and hanged him in the school house. A letter was recently received by a Kansas Congressman ' at.. Washington which had eight special delivery stamps ,on it. , The condition of a certain cat in Le moine, Maine, is literally at sixes am sevens. She has seven toes on her hind feet and six on her fore feet. The police detectives of New York made 1,578 arrests last year, resulting in sentences aggregating 802 years, anc 8208,710 worth of property was recovered. , A tree was recently cut on.the land- ol J. E. Widdowson, in Banks township, Indiana county, Pennsylvania, making fifteen saw-legs, the largest. of which scaled 3,000 feet. ASalem.-Oregon, man sqld a thre* quarter shorthorn cow to a Portland butcher last Wednesday. It weighed 1,620 pounds. The same-farmer owns a ihecp that weighs 263 pounds. Hero is a journalistic enterprise. A young man has started a newspaper on the Sioux reservation. There are no white people there yet, but they will have a newspaper when they do arrive. HINTS TO HOSTESSES. She must not have tepid oysters neither must ics be served about tiem. She should see that/ her coffee is as clear as her conbcicnce and as strong as her love. She should not ask anybody-whethei they will have cream or not, for people who go out to dinner 'hould learn to de ndthout it. ; . ' ... The woman' who -ci.derstands the art of dinner giving- is t)ie woman who is past mistress of the a-'t of keeping hei husband at home. She must not bake what ought to l/« roasted, not serve a fiilefr until noboaj knows whether it is a rubber shoe or T oleie of oil-clotb.. Won the / ~oii-£re.HKinftn'x Heart. essintn are called upon to do queer things for thi.ir constituent,-. Half a ilo'/.eu members wore excuaivii,;;- experiences one day. Mr. Kil^ort). of Texas, told this: "I got a. let.te: last week, be said, "which 'was too good for me. A good fr'snd of mine in the district wrote th*t>" he .vunted me to 20 to the putehv t.lice and ?eu about getting-a patent far iiim. , : l;e had thought out his invention; and hu went on to tell me .what it was, but he sent no drawings. It was just <in offhand general description of what lie proposed. He wanted me to £•<? and see if he could fret a patent on it. Defore he put any more time or monuv into the thing-. Well, you till ' kno-.v what time and trouble that would mean. He was a man 1 would do :i great deal for, but as I read the letter and saw the kind of ;i. job be was giving me I felt like cussing. Finally I got down to the bottom ana was feeling- pretty hot when J came to the' P. S. Tie just tidclcci: ••! was over to Hunt county last wvjek a.nd found you wpuld' have no trouble there for the renominatiOD. "Tluit settled me. My friend will get his patent if I have to spend a whole week hunting through the patent office." Stenographic. An expert accountant never thinki of the rule of addition when he loots up his ledger. He simply add* the figuree. Much more wonderful than this •*•«. tne p'roflciency ol.a negro, ol whom ilie Pittsburgh. Chronicle has this anecdote: In Oakland, Md., lives a dusky citi; zen wL« bears the nigh-sounding name of George Newton Sftnclomire. Geoisje Newton cannot read, but tliat does not prevent'!inm from poring over tjje newspapers and imagining that lie ia absorbing information through his finger ends. Not long ago some official had occasion to record his name, whe- the following colloquy ensued: "What ia your name?" *Georgo Newton Sandomire, sah?" "How 'do you spell it?" "Spellitl Don't spell it at all, sib. I ji&t writes it right down." HE DID-HE DIDX'TI Five years ago bo thioaghtonr idvico. We cure all WEAK. ML33ES 4 DISEASES OF MEM. I | OUR NEW BOOK] explains all.- Its advice Is Vital. .Freefor Z time. Don't Trifle with Disease! KKIE JW.KO- ICAJL CO., BuflTnlo. Sf. V. Don't fall to HEED OTTR WORDS! ONLY LINB FROM" CDJCKNATI TO Chattanoga, Tenn., Jfort Payne, Ala., Meridian 90 ™, M1S1 U' I lckbur & MJss.. Shreve lx) rt La. 20 Miles the Shortest Cincinnati to "Lexington Ks o Hoors Quickest Cincinnati to Knoxvlllp Tenji ' 116 illles the Shortest Cincinnati to Atluntd and AUgUSta, OriL „ liJMUes the Shortest Cincinnati to Annlston Ala, •2fi Miles the Shortest' Cincinnati .to Birminsli/UM 15 Miles Shortest Cincinnati to Mobile, Al". Direct connections at .New Orleans and Shreveport For Texas, Mexico, California. Trains leave Central Union Depot, Cincinnati. crossing the Fanioutt High Bridge- of Kentucky! and rounding the base of Lookout Mountain Pullman Boudoir Sleepers on all Through Tra/De! Over One Million Acres of Land In Albania the future &reat State of the South snblectto pre-emption. Unsurpassed climate For Correct Conntv .Maps, Lowest Bate* too. rnl! iKirtlculiirsaddrcs. D. G. EDWiHBS H«n Haswiicpr & Tkket .-v^c-nt. Queen & Civseent Rom*-, Cincinnati. 0 ' BIG FOUR HARVEST EXCURSIONS TO THE West and Norfflwest, SOUTH, Southwest and Southeast. CARTERS ITTLE 1VER PIUS. -THE—-- MAKINC A LASSOO. How the Cowboys >'oo*o Is Marie an<l Prepared for Use. First, the rawhid« is ,cut in tliin strips iis IOHR as possible and half tan- nnd v/ith the hair on. Then these strips are soaked and stretched over a block. Then they are braided into ; rore, caro being taken, of course, to pal tlin strands as tight as possible. " When th;: i-iiita-(l:issool is made it should be bnried for a week, ten days or even fortnis'jt. In the sand. It takes up a moisture from the g'roanrt without pet- tinp haul, Soaicin^ir in water Won't do, nor will anytkinz else except burying it. .- . When theriatlis resurrected.ic should again be loft for a time stretched over a Mock, with a weight to hold it taur,. Then.the hair should be sandpapered off the outside,and when the riatais created Tr-ith rtiuttbn tallow and properly noosori it is ready for use. Every vaquero thai pretcnclH to take care of his apparatus will bury his riata and stretch it every six or eifflit mouths. • . Customer: -'A cigar, please. Are these good?" Dealer: "They're the kind I smoke myself." Customer: '-Yp.s, but, perhaps .you can show me some brand you can't afford to smoke yourself.",.. . Tommy: "Come on o,ut 'n play, Johnny." Johnny: "Can-c." .Tommy: Wiatyer . gotter , stay ' Jicmo for?" Johnny: "The stove lid Is broke and ma wants me to sit on th& stove ceep the smoke in." Capt. Bluff: "He's a liar, and roing to toll him So." Capt, Calm: ie is a good deal bigger man tLan re, captain." Capt. Bluflr "Oh, thought ot that. I'm going to call a liar by telephone." and I'm "But you I've him (Flint Editing: n Paper If. Editing a paper is pleasant busineat —if you like it. Jf the type is large it doesn't contair much reading- matter. If we omit jokes folks say we are nothing "but. fossils. "If we publish original matter they blame us for not giving selections. If we give selections people say we we lazy for not writing more, and giving them what they have not read in some other paper. If we give a complimentary notice we are censured foi ; being partial. If we don't every one says we are unjust. If we remain in our office, attending to our business, folks say we are too proud to mingle with other fellows. CURE BIck Headache and relieve all tlie tronbloB to* dent to a billons etftto.of the system, snail u Dlzjdnesi), N&tmea, Drowsineja, Distress after eating. Pain in the Side, tc. While tholrmoit remarkable success 2uu9 been shown in cudEg , SICK Headache, yet Carter's Little Liver -Fffll at equally valnableln Conatlpation, curingandpia- Touting thisaiin»yinff complalat,-wliilo fiieyal»a correct all dlsordore of tliOBtomacb:^tlmnlatotb9 liver and regulate the bowels. Even if they only cured Acli » they wonH bealmostprtcolesa to those who Buffer from this distressing complaint; but f ortn- T f we go out they say we tend to our business. don't at ged employe: "Ilavi' doubt of my honesty?" l "X»t the least," 'Employe: ^yhy do you discharge- mo?' ''For that very reason." vim any who once try them will find these lltflo pills valo- nble In eo many ways that they . will not bo -vrll- ling to do -without them. But after aUulck bead ACHE fctbe bane of so many lives that here Is -wher* •we make our great bout. Onr pills ctreitwhila others do no.t. > Ortert Little Liver Pilla ara very email and voS' easy to take. One or two pills makea dosa. They BreBtrictlyvegeteblaanddo cot grips or pnrf[Q,,butby'tlioir gentle action pleosooll who use them. In vlflls at 25 cents ; five for $1. Sold by .druggists everywhere, or Boat by moil. CARTER MEDICINE CO., New York. SMALL PILL, SMAU DOSE; SHALL fRICE Cleveland, Cincinnati, Cnicago 4i3t. L^'y WILL: SELL ROUND TRIP EXCURSION TICKETS T j all prominent points In the "West and Nortfc.- wess, South, Southwest and Southeast AT HALF RATES —ON—TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9th, TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 23d. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14th! All tickets good retaining thirty days {an*. date ol sale. > This Is; a. glorious •'^opportunity lor Home l Seekers to visit the territory named, and we would invite correspondence on the subject For full Information call on or address », B. SUBTDT, ^•-Wenc.ral Passenuer Jgeni IS YOUR WIFE WELL? THE WOMEN OF AMERICA ARE THE LARGEST • • ' CONSUMERS OF S. S. S. (T NEVER FAILS TO RESTOR1 BROKEN DOWN HEALTH WHEN CAUSED BY IMPOVERISHED BLOOD OR THE CARES OF THE HOUSEHOLD. OVERTEN THOUSAND OF THE BEST WOMEN OF THE COUNTRY TESTIFY TO THIS. Don't fall to send for oar book OB >lood diseases. Mailed free: B-WTTT Sncma Co-. Atlanta, Q». FACIAL BLEMISHES Tlie largest Esiabl-iBhraentin the World for the treatment of Hair land Scalp, Eczema, Holes, \Yarts, SuptniuouH • Hair, Birthmark^ Moth, Freckles, Wrinkles, RcdNoso 'Red VeinB.oilv Skin. Acne.l'implctt Bladklicadu, Barbor'slrcli, Scare, Fittinffs,Fowdpr Marks, Facial' Development, Sunken Clieokn. etc. Con^- BiTltationfreca- ofilceorbylcct* r. ittft papo book on Rll-skin'and scalp aCFectionsnnd"thfcir treatmentBentgealedto imv address for 1Octs. H. •WOODH'UKY, Bcrmatojoirlut, \Tent-4gil-St^ ?Tew Yorlt: flty. FAC1AJL MUAPl'orthe Skin nndScftlp, of Dnttrafnrji fir Irtf nim7.^O rent*. I K REMEMBER L INC IS THE NAME OF THAT Wonderful Remedy That Cures CATARBH, HAY-FEVER, COLD In the HEAD, SORE THROAT, CANKER, and BRONCHITIS. Price 81.00. _ Pint Bottle*, For Sale by leading Druggists. PKEPAHED ONLI B7 Klinck Catarrh & Broticfiial RemedyCo, 82 JACKSON ST., CHICAGO. iu* .ilp^THE GEHTLEdlK'S FfilBSO. OnrMklydor Pericctlon : Syrlnge free with vrtrr totOe. Prevents Stricture. Cures O«n tad dleetta I to 4 day*.' Ast your lor it. Sent tu any address /or (1.00. HALYDOR MANUF'G CO.;LANCASTER.O. Do Yoif InifBst or Speculate —IN—; STOCKS, BOJSTDS, GRAIN AND , PROVISIONS ? If so, trade witn a reliable firm who have hud ten years experience, and are members of the Chimuc* Board o? Tr»de and Stoek Exchange. Who da business strictly on Commission. Refer to Illinois Trust and Savings Bank, Chicago. Cv A. WHYLAND & CO. 1O .Pacific Avo. • C£tfoogo, 1119. We Eondfrei of charge our Daily Market Rcpon- «md Circular on application. Interest allowed on_monthly balances. •JOSEPH GILLOTT'S STEEL PENS. GOLD MEDAL, PARIS EXPOSITION, 1869. THE MOST PERFECT OF PENS. MANHOOD. , Middle-fitted and Elderly men wbo-»rV suffering from the sffecti of youthful )"ollfeB or <ac- cense» 01. maturer-yeare, unrf rfow flnd tfcolr manlrv ylgor. decreuaed and ..-who are-troubled with terrible j dralna&nd-losBea, you can bepermnnenUyrwtonxtto»i 1-KltFECX MA\T1OO1>, at home, wllhovt cxp««nre, at !<iw««t cant, by JDr. Clu ' ' L»d methods,'tested and nrov«n in nc , practico (EstnbllEhed JS51), Ta Ch« Nervoni and Special Dlsenees. If In need of medical Aid, (send -for Question TM^ 10 yon can fully describe the symptoms of vour p " Icular dlsentie to Tf>e: Consultation free • r 'l —<4 Hours, 8 to 8; SundayB/9 to 12. ArtdrcHi, F. D: CLARKE, M. D., 86 8. Clark St., CHICAGO,..