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How wretched is the man who has fallen a victim to Biliousness, Indigestion, Sick Headache, or diseased Liver, with all the horrible attendants. Look upon the picture. Poor man, being 'tired of dragging out a miserable existence, he is the picture of despondency; altogether, he is rather a forlorn specimen. * Do •we pity him ? Of course; but at the same time feel assured that in a measure he is to blame for the bad state into whichhehasMlen. A sure, safe, speedy and easy cure can be found in Simmons Liver Regulator—Nature's _ovm remedy. No mercury or deleterious'drugs," not unpleasant to the taste, and always reliable—just such a remedy as you can pin your faith to without a shadow of disappointment. Read the testimonial, don't take our word for it: "I have been subject to severe spells of Congestion of the Liver, and have been in the-kabit of taking from 15 to zO" grains of calomel, which generally laid me up for three or four days. Lately I have been' taking Simmons Liver Regulator which gave me relief, without any interruption to business." J. HUGO, Middleport, Ohio. ' j. a. ZJEILIJT * co., Sou PROrxiBTOKS, PHILADELPHIA, PA. PRICE, 81.00. Goes right to the spot —one of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. They-do the right kind of work when they get there, too. No violence, -110 unpleasantness—but a mild and gentle cleansing and regulating of the whole system. Sick Headache, Bilious Headache, Dizziness, Constipation, Indigestion, Bilious Attacks, and all derangements of the liver, stomach and bowels, are promptly relieved and permanently cared. They're th*e best Liver Pill ever made. Purely vegetable, perfectly harmless, easiest to take, and always fresh and reliable. Gently aperient, or strongly cathartic, according to size of dose—one tiny "Pellet" for a dose. They're the smallest in size, but the most sati's- factory^in result. 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 ? You Can Eat WHAT YOU LIKE IF YOU TAKE DR. WHITE'S DANDELION ALTERATIVE. It cures Indigestion, Biliousness, Liver and Kidney diseases, Constipation, Eheumatism and Neuralgia. It purifies the blood, and makes the weak strong and vigorous. Thousands have been restored to health by this great medicine, why not youP Very large bottla for 'SI, and every bottle warranted. oold by'B.'F. Keesliug ard D.E Pryor. BRACE UP, MAN! Certain disorders of MEJf make them Blue. That's because they lo»e hope too soon! ..„..! »».^u I (mailed sealed free for NEW BOOK I & United Umct " L PUUIV I al all.Te8tlmonlal8."JEx. ficrftte XethottH" bavewonue a* ( jntonoi>oXu fSucccff." IKIE MEDIOAL CO. .Buffalo, K. t. HAVE SOME STYLE! VEGETABLE COUGHS AND COLDS. * • 35o, and 81. at all drugglgti. PROVIDENCE. R. I. ' TRADE SUPPLIED by ROSS GORDON;. La Fay ette, Ind. For sale by B. F Reesling 'LIMBER AS AN EEL. A Contortionist Appears Before a Crowd of Medical Men. An Interesting AjilltolYlIcill Dtimtmstrfttiol In H Srin Franclsro College—Dully Kx- frolsi! Xocosfiary 'to Keep tlie .Muscles hi Proper Trim. At Cooper Medical Colleg-e a number of doctors and students met tae other clay to witness ;m anatomical demon- striition 1»y >Bn<r£esen, the contortionist! The investigation, says the San FriuiL-isco Chronicle, was conducted by • Drs. Gibbous and Hirsdifeklor. The two gentlemen proceeded to tie the sphygmograph to Bag-gesen's left wrist. That instrument, it may be stated, records tlie pulse waves from the heart into the. arterial system. Two tables lashed together served as a platform, and the subject, entirely naked, eoin- mencedhis demonstrations. In the first contortion, with fVet and leg's firm and straight, he bent his body in the form of an arch until his head touched the table.. Then, \vit1icmt raising- the feet, he turned over on to his-side, lying 1 flat on the table, and - afterward twisted his trunk so that his body formed an inverted V, Again he doubled his boTIy backward in the foiin of an arc, the legs being brought up to the arms. Next, standing upright, with legs firmly fixed, he so contorted the body that the frame was again at an angle with the lower extremities, and in this position the doctors found that his heart tfecame transposed to the right side and dilation was probably present. The pulse record showed ISO beats atthis juncture. Again, to exhibit his wonderful muscular contortions. Baggesen, lying on his back, twisted completely round without elevating his body, turning on Ms side and again over on his back. Once THE TWIST. more he turned on his stomach and this time brought the left leg right over his head. Then he reversed his arched position, bending the body until the head hung between the legs, and in this posture he moved his head from the neck, round and round and backward and forward. The last exhibit was the feat of bringing his head between his legs, the upper part of the body resting on the table, the legs turning and again forming an arch. The doctors present were well satisfied at tlTe exhibition, demonstrating as it did'the marvelous control a human being can command .over tlie muscles and ligaments by continued practice" and exercise. TJr. Gibbons said that Baggesen's ligaments throughout his entire system had by constant practice become.elongated to a degree before unknown to medical men, and that while the heart action was weak and the pulse waves nearly imperceptible in various positions of the body, still Baggesen's physique was remarkably strong. His diet is necessarily meager, as any excess of fat would tend to put a stop to his contor- tional powers. Baggesen was bom at Odensee, Denmark, and is now twenty- eight years old. He has been practicing these contortions since he was seven years of age, and unless he exercises everyday for at least half an hour he finds that his muscles become stiff and strained. ' TO MAKE CIGARETTES. Smokers May Save Health and Jlonry and Amnso Themselves. Notwithstanding the vigorous denunciations medical men have launched against the smoking of cigarettes, i t is pretty evident the dainty little cylinders of to\ PLACING THE TOBACCO. THE FIBST FOLD. bacco and paper are steadil-y growing- in popularity, and that the warnings and pro- • tests so plentifully scattered have little If any effect in deterring 1 those wlio have acquired a taste for them from pursuing- it— too often literally 'to the bitter end. .'• Without approving- of the practice, says the New York Press, readers who smoke cigarettes would do well to follow the 'example of one who has been a regular cigarette smoker for over twenty years and make their own cigarettes. By doing this they will not only secure a healthier, but also a more enjoyable smoke. . The ready-made cigarette 'is It5 more - ways than one a delusion. In the first place, to give it shape and permanency, the tobacco has to be tightly packed, whereas it should be so lightly rolled ;that the. slightest effort will draw a sufficient current of air through it to maSnViin the combustion. Again, in the bought c i g ar— The dotted lines ette, the .tobac- shov? position of flngtrs co -^ s almost behind the paper. invarfaily . "be- come hard wid dry before it smoked. The result of this is that it burns too rapidly, giving out a hot, unpleasant smoke, which, if the smoking is continued for any length of time, will inevitably produce the burning of the lips and throat tlr.it novices so frequently complain of. ]Jy purchasing tobacco and paper, the only materials "required, "the" smoker can insure the quality of both, and.by making up his own cigarettes he will have them at hcilf the cost, while the pleasure to be derived from them will be men? than doubled. The illustrations given show the process so clearly that it is only necessary to «iy that the fresher the tobacco, and the more lightly and, evenly it is. rolled, the more enjoyable and healthy will the smoker find his cig ctte. " A PRINCELY SCULPTOR. Statue of tlie J'rlilcc*rt of \Valos ExecuL liy Victor of Holiniilolie. A lift-size statue of the Princess of Wales has been executed by Prince Victor of Hoht-nlohe, and is to be placed in the vestibule of the Royal College of Music, London. The Princess, who holds a degree as doctor of music from the University of Dublin, is represented in her college cap and gown. Her right hand, the wrist encircled by a plain. gold bracelet, holds back .the heavy-embroidered folds of the gown and discloses the plainly-plaited French STATUE OF THE TBINCESS OP WALES. merino dress which she wears when in academic costume, whjje the left grasps a roll of music. The only other qrna- •ment is a small harp-shaped brooch, which fastens the neck of the gown. : Prince" Victor is a seulptor of some ability, and many of his works have 'been exhibited at the Royal Academy and the Grosvernor Gallery, where he takes -the name, of 'Count Gleichen. After ill health compelled him to leave ithe navy he studied under a sculptor named Theed, who had executed co_nsid- erable work for the Quean and -the Prince consort, and has since followed sculpture us a profession. His talent is of an entirely, practical character and his work is mainly in statuary. His 'studio is in a corner of the garden of St. James' .Palace', and was erected "by himself twenty years ago. The statue of the Princess of Wales was subscribed for by the women of England.'and the Marchioness of Salisbury was the head of the committee. . . Made Aclilit.ioii»H.v So J5y »-Skillful Combination of Vt-lviit Hud Fur. Emerald-green serge is used for making this gown, which has a skirt that, while almost smooth in front, is laid in the usual box-plaits at the. back. The edge is finished with a band of natural beaver, the glossy brown of which contrasts well with the green of the stuff. The bodice is quite plain in the'back and is laid in folds in. front, the closing being concealed under the folds on one side. From each side, at the waist-line, starts a brown velvet ribbon, which is brought to the front and arranged in loops and ends that come far down iip- on the skirt. The high puffed sleeves are of brown velvet, almost exactly matching the fur. The collar is a very attractive feature, to this frock. There is an inner one of serge, which is simply the high curate shape, but framing it is a very high one of velvet, something after the fashion of the ?tfedicis shape, which'is wired to positiin. • Nobody can doubt that the pretty damsel caiight that single rosebud with its- long stem to add another harmonious bit of color to her gown as she rose from the" quaint old chair to receive some welcome visitor. . • Such a".costume in brown, trimmed with black fur; • in gray, trimmed' with either black or brown; in blue with black, scarlet with black, mauve with brown, or in: black with black would be in good taste. And, although T do : not believe in buying a coat, cape, muff, or any other special article of any .but the finest furs, I do not think that one need not spend all of one's money in having the most costly furs for' trimming the -foot of the skirt; - so that in selecting trimming.the woman who has the ability to shop may obtain a.great bargain tha.t will be ainever-ending pleasure. If the trimming fur does its duty, that is looks well' for one season, then all has been gotten from it that is desired, and the-bargain-eeeker should be satisfied.—Chicago Times; —The white mourning of the youthful Queen of the Netherlands is a revival of an old custom." ;Some ancient orders of nuns, corresponding to the passionate one for men, used to dress in white. "A LITTLE NbNSENSE." —California pedestrians are all right when they ,«trike the Golden Gate.— Texas Sif tings. —Mrs. Snodgrass—"I should think the cinnamon bear, would be the easiest to hunt." Snoclgrass— '"Why?" Mrs, Snodgrass'—"It would be so easy to .follow the scent." , —Minnie—"AJd what broke your engagement, dear?" Mamie— li Why, said that after we .were married I intended to-write iny name with a hyphen and he said i shouldn't.' 1 —Indianapolis J ournal. —Mother (angrily)—'"Were you thinking of your family when you accepted that man'?" Daughter— "No, mother, I vras thinking of ray thirty years, and that perhaps this was my last chance.' •—Yankee I (lade. —Amateur Hunting—"JJlit why don't you shoot. Mr. Secretary'.' Don't you see the rabbit'.'"/ "I see him well enough, but yon don't know that this hunting dog of mine doesn't like tha sound of a gun, and that he is sure, to bite ray legs if I Bre."—Kliegende lilat- ter. — Brown—"Tell me, do you know that Hobbs ever says what isn't exactly true'.'" l-'ogg— ''A-VwIl, I should not like to charge llobbs with mitruthfulness; b\itif lie himself belie res one-hundredth part of the stories he tells, he must be the most credulous man alive."—Boston Transcript. —Siiid tin; younjj man : "C":tn any tiling cquitl my \\oi'b? I propos -d to four gins :inU tbi'y :ill answered •No.'" Said his ritMiil: "Tluvt is nothing: liebold my For I xpok<; ID tu'o :tnd they both .s:i:d 'yes.' *' —Washington Post. —Miss Overage — (naively) — "You wouldn't believe that I've had this bangle since I was four years old;'but it's a fact. I've bad it for just fourteen years." "Indeed? Hat you must have had a vt j ry large-si/ed wrLst in childhood." "Oh. dear.'no. I wore it for a necklace, at lir.it. you know."—Leslie's Newspaper.. —A Mean .loke.—"They say Chollie's injuries was the result of a practical joke." "Yes. The boys told him that a big burly fellow in the bar-room was deaf and dumb; and Chollie walked over to him.and with i sweet, smile told him he was a. blank fool." "Well?" "The man wasn't deaf and dumb."—X. Y. Sun. THE SKIN. Is an important factor in keeping good health; if it does not act In th« way intended by nature, its function* are performed by other organs,— the Kidneys and the Lungs; and tht result is a breakdown of general health, Swift's Specific Is the remedy of nature to »timulat» the skin to proper action. It nerer fails in this, and always accomplishei the purpose. - . Send for our tn»ti»e on tha Blood and Skin Disea»««. SWIPT SPECIFIC Co., Atlanta, G*. S CottO33L ROOt COMPOUND iComnosed of Cotton Eoot, Tansy and Pennyroyal—a recent discovery by an 'old physician. Is succejisfv.Uy uied monMv— Safe, Effectual. Price' $l, j by mall, sealed. Ladies, ask your drutrglst lor Cook'» Cotton Boot Compound and take no substitute, or inoloae 2 stamps for.sealed particular*. Address POND LILY COMPANY, No. 3 Block, 131 Woodward are., Detroit, Mien. niiu little fortunes hAvfl been rnndelu ork for us, by Anna I'nftc, Austin, 'uxns, find Jno. Bonn, .Toledo, Ohio. ice cut. Others nrc doing n» we)], "Why .otyou? Some tjiwn overfl&OO. 00 a noiitli. You cjtndo ihe work and J[v« . .t homo, wlior;v<.)r you nre. Even b»- . idnnors nro nnsUy enrnirifr from 9b to ; * 10 a ilny. All igun. Wo show you bow andntnrt you. On work in npnre tinio or all Mm time. Big monay lor work- on. Failure unknown nmon? them, . XEVT and wonderful.'I'nrllnilan free. o.,:Box M80A»ortlun<l,:M.uiiie P Ohlehotcr't En«ll»h Diamond B ENNYROYAL PILLS _JT**< r OrW«»l»i»d Only Convlno. _~>4jX. »*«, tlwiiyi relUWe. LADIES Mi ,m!S Jr«S In Red Wid Go!d metmlllo 1 i, icmlod Trilb bloc ribbon. T»ko dtmgefou* eubttitu* - t. At,Druggiut« ( oricn4«* . ., Btampt • for-jpartjeulara, . tcauaoaiau . Hcllcf Tor tadlca," (n later, by M-torn .. 10.OOO TcstlmonlAli. Jfame Paper. . 8oM DT an Local Drugjlrta. For o;ti« by B, K, Keflsllng, Dnirrelst. We make aapcKlnlty.of manufacturing Baby Carrlmrcs to »cll <11- recc to private par.Ueo. You can, therofore. do-uetter with ae t.han witii a dealer.. We Bend Car- oints within TOOmllea for catalogue. , RfllSEB, Mfr,, Delicious Mince Pie iii201inutis In paper boxes; cnoiiiih for two largo pies. Always ready; easily prepared. SIEAN, ftHSLESQiE, CdiJVENIENT. SOLD BY ALL GROCERS. The annoyance of breaking lamp-chimneys need not be borne. Get tough glass chimneys. Macbeth's "pearl top '' and " pearl glass" are tough against heat.; they do not break, except from accident. They are also clear, transparent, not misty or milky; they fit and stand upright; shape, and proportions are right to direct the draft upon the flame. They cost a little more than rough and wrong chimneys of common glass that break continually. Plttsburi;. GEO. A. MACBETH & Co. CTJRE CONSTIPATION. To enjoy health one should have regular evacuations every twenty four hoars. The evils, both mvutul und physical, resulting from HABITUAL CONSTIPATION are many and scrionx. For the car* of this common trouble. Tutt's Liver Pills have gained a popularity unpi . Elegantly sugar coated. SOLD EVERYWHERE. CARTERS ITTLE CURE BIck Headache and relievo all tlie trembles iDOf* dent to a bilious state of the system, Buob s« Dizziness, Kansas, Drowsiness, Distress after. eattog. Pain in the Side, ic. While tnefcrmort r&nark&blo success haa been shown in raring SICK Headache, yet -Carter's tittla Lhar HE» «M equally valuable ia"ConBtipatlon,curingandpre- venting this ann»yinecomplainfwMlo they also correct all disorders orthaBttfmflcb.,Btuiraliitotb.9 liver and regulate the bowels. Even If they only HEAD Aclie they would be almostpricelessto dose who Buffer from this distreesingcompioiat; but Jfortu- xmtoly thoirgoodness doea notendhera.and tiose who once try them Trill find theso little piUsTOhl. dbleln eo many ways that they will not bo willing to do without them. But after Bllsiclc head IB the bane of so many lives that horete-whera vra make our great boast. OurpillscurqitwMIa others do not. • • „ . Carter's Little Liver Pffls arc very small ana very'easy to take. Ono or two pilla matoft dose:' They are strictly vegetable and do not gripe or purge, butbv their gentle action" please all who neeihem. ;,InvIalsat25centB;-flveto$l. ° ol( * by druggiats everywliere,.or sent by mail. CARTER MEDICINE CO., New York. SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE GOLD MEDAL, PABIS,-187S. W. BAKER& Co.'s Breakfast Cocoa from -which the excess of oil has been removed, ia Absolutely JPure 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.ihan 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 & CO., Dorchester, Mass, K REMEMBER LING IS THE'NAME OFTHAT Wonderful Remedy That Cures CATARRH, HAY-FEYER, COLD in the HEAD, SORE THROAT, CANKER, and BRONCHITIS. • Price 81.00. -T-— PJtat Bottles. For Sale by leading Druggists. PREPARED ONI/K By ' Klinck Catarrh & Bronchial Remedy Go. 02 JACKS^ ST.i-CHICAGO/ IU. PERFECT MANHOOD. , Middle-sued and Elderly men who sr 8U£Terli)K from the Bffccr" of youtlifm lollies or oj eflaes of maturer year§, and now flnd their maul lpor decreused iina who are troubled wltb terrllJ ; drains and losses, .you, can .be pprmanCDtly restored ' PKKFECT MANTIOOD, "at home, -n'ltho^i expoure. at lo^vent co*it, by I>r*.Clnrk«. uppcoved methods, tested nnd proven ID ne»rlv vcar'8 practice (EstnbiMied lid), m CUrou). tfervou* aud Spjectnl. Dlaensea. If In need if -medlch) aid. sonrt for Question in. so you can fiillv dfi'Tilin tin 1 H yi' ^'fra* uf jvmr p tlouiar disenhP i<> me. Crmsu tgiUon liroi^ •' * " "' • Hours, 8 to 8; Sundays. 1) to I!'. Ad'in!"- F. D. CLARKE. W." 186 8. Clark St.. Cbeap Lauds and Homes In-Kentucky, 'Tenncsee, ALABAMA, Mississippi and Louisiana. I On the line of tbe Queen & Crescent Bonte can. ! be found 2,000,(KK) acres of splendid bottom," np-• ! lund, tlmbpr and stock lands. Also tlie finest ' fruit .-ind mineral lands on the continent-lor sal* on favorable terms. FARMERS! wltu all thy getting get a hora'e In the suiiiiy South, wliere bllzzaras and (c* clad; plains are unknown. The Queen & descent Rout? Is 9-1 MUea the Shortest and Quickest Line Cincinati to New. Orleans Time 27 Hours. Entire Trains, Baggage Car. Day CoachrW and SlPi-pers run througb withoui change. 110 lilies tlie Shortest, 3 Hours the Quickest Cmcinnati to Jacksonville, FJa. Time 27 Hours. Tbe only line running Solid Trains and •i sleeping Card O.N'LY LINE FROM CDJCINKAT1 TO Cbaaanoga. Tenn,, J?ort Paj-ne, Ala., 'Meridian, Miss., Vickbarg, Miss., Shreve^ott, La. IX Miles th« Shortest Cincinnati to "Lexington, Kf, 5 Hours Quickest Cincinnati to Kuoxvllle, Tenn. U(i Miles tne Shortest Cincinnati to Atlanta. «.ud. Augusta, (Ja, 114 Miles the Shortest Cincinnati to Annlstonila, 26 Miles the Shortest. Cincinnati to Birmingham - ..... - Aia;.";:' 15 Miles Shortest Cincinnati.to Mobile.vaii>. Direct connections at Sew Orleans and Saieveport For Texas, Mexico, California. Trains leave Central Union Depot, Clnclnnatl;- crosslng the Famous Sigh Bridge of Kentucky, and rounding the base of. Lookout Mountain.. Pullman Boudoir Sleepers on all Through. Tralus. Over One Million Acres*of Land In Albania, ita future Great State of the South/Subject to pre-emption. Unsurpassed climate. Kw Correct County Maps. Lowest Rates and :'uU particulars JiHi-in'8. li. i5. EDWARDS, inti i'ft.wngfir 4 Tlcka. .Aarr.t. 'i'.i ]ioi::f. Cincinnati •• BIG FOUR HARVEST EXCURSIONS TO THE West and Northwest, SOUTH, Southwest and Southeast, -THE- — Cleveland, Cincinnati, Qicagol&St. L,£R : y WILL SELL ROUND TRIP EXCURSION TICKETS TJ all prominent points in the West and Nortk- wess, Soutb, Southwest and Southeast '—AT-—HALF RATES - -. ON—' ' TUESDAY, SEPTEMBERSth, / TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 23d. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14ttl! All tickets good returning thirty days, from date of sale. This Is" a glorious: opportunity for Home Seekers' to visit the'-terrltory named, and we- would invite correspondence on the subject For full Information call on or address ' . D, £. MABTIN. '(ieneral Passenger Agent Otir Malydor PeFfectfonPSyringe iroe with »V«IT &ott)e. : Prevents StrH-turv. Cures GonarrlMea ti^d Gloct iu 1 10 4 dnyu. Ask: your Drnggint tor It. Sent to any u«3 antes for ^l.OO. AddnUft HANUPfi CO.,LANCASTER.O. Do-Toil InM^r Speculate STOCKS, BONDS, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS ? If so, trade witn a reliable fihn \vl)0 liove had tea veare experience, and are members of tlie Chlc*ur<» Board or Trade and Stock Exchange. Who da business striclly on'Commission, : Refer to Illinois Trust and Savings Bank, Chicago. C. A. WHYLAND &. CO. JO Pacffi'i? A.VO. - Cbioago, •Ills.f. We send fre iof charge our Dailj Market Repot" nnd Circular on applicalion. r ' -f Interest allow^.-l en monthly balances. JOSEPHSILLOTT'S STEEL PENS. GOLD MEDAL, PARIS EXPOSITION, 1889. TUG MOST PERFECT OF PENS. I CURE RUPTURE DR. HOME'S ELECTRIC TRUSSES Have Cored IQ.OOO Raptures in J.B T«*r». f ' •renfferedwthadoublornptnros yrairs. trie Truss cured me In 3i*> months, ,7 G PHILPOT." Sept. 24, '90. J _ Cliattanoog*, Tenn. "Tear JBlccfic Trues cured my rupture after snffertrur/ U years. MBS. A. DoTOHTY.":Al)5Ccon, K J. Oct. 8, '90. 'lam cured sound and well By. wearlne your Electric, Truss. E. HARVXX." navisiCijy, Iowa, ^ug 17. 'B& The only tt*" 1 "!* 1 ** EI^fHc Tryw «ml Kelt ComWi»e4 N ntlin world. 0<»-nna;clll««it**»*d:l»m>V*Mitfrw.Mml«4,; DR. HORNE, INVENTOR, ISO WABASH AVE., CHICAGO.

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