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How to Itend.
A creat dnal more can bo accomplished
by systematic reading or stiuly lor fitteen
,6r twenty minutes tlnlly, tlntn appears
possible to one who lins never tried it. H
would nullico to keep up French or Ger
man, and to become conversant with tho
best authors. Or a little timo given daily
to the earnest study of science, and one
might become a skillful botanist or geolo
pist. Or ir English literature bo more at
tractiveas it undoubtedly is to the great
majority how soon would ono become fa
miliar with Milton or Shakespeare, Ilacon
or Mucaulay, it a few sentences wero read
and considered daily.
Above nil things it is important that one
should read systematically, nnd not bo
Ctiided by chance. Have always a good
book, a standard work, that will repay
careful study, at hand, and to that devoto
u part of the timo that may be set npart
lor reading. Before opening the book re
call ns fully as poBsiblo what was read t ho
dny before, and on closing it seo by reflec
tion how many of tho thoughts of tho
author you have made your own, and so
cultivate memory. Boston Transcript.
A number of ladles were sitting in tho
parlors of a charitable institution discuss
ing various topics. Presently ono of tho
party mentioned tho nnmo of a friend.
"Why, do you know him?" quickly spoko
"Indeed I do," was tho reply. "Ho
brought his fourth wife to seo us a short
' His fourth!" exclaimed the other. "I
wouldn't have let him in tho house. My
opinion is that a first wife is desirable, a
second advisable, a third permissible, but
a fourth that is simply awful." Buffalo
St. Jacob's Oil is pronounced a most er
traordinary cure for rheumatism by Hon.
James Harlun, ex-Vico Chancellor, Louis
Clicutlnu: I In- Crutitllutlicr.
Two years ago Henry Bjchords, aged 94
years, of East Hamburg, N. Y., drew up a
document purporting to convey to his
granddaughter a largo portion of his
wealth. He affixed his signature to tho
document, but did not seal it, nnd depos
ited it in his trunk, intending to give it to
a relative later on. Some time after, whilo
lie was away from home, his granddaugh
ter, it is said, opened the trunk, abstracted
tho deed and had it recorded. The grand:
daughter is now trying to secure an order
from tho court requiring his ungrateful de
scendant to return him tho conveyance.
Mr. .Biclinrds is said to have taken this
step in order to cscapo being deprived of
the use of his property.
Mr. J. Howard James, manngcr Stuck
crt's Livery, C19 X. 5th street, Philadel
phia, Pa., says: After trying all other
remedies without relief, for a heavy cold on
tho chest, accompanied by a severe cough,
I used Bed Star Cough Cure, and in a very
short timo was entirely well.
Tlint Terrible Ontli.
A member of Gen. Sheridan's staff, Gen.
George A. Forsythe, or "Sandy" as he was
better known, who rode the famous twenty
miles by his side, but did not get into the
immortal poem, may bo considered pretty
good authority, and ho tells a writer in tho
Cleveland Leader that when tho general
mot the first group ot stragglers, in full re
treat, and was informed by them that tho
enemy hnd captured his camp during his
absence, ho turned whito with rago and
mortification, and exclaimed in a tone
that was not to be misunderstood:
"Boys, those of you who are not cowards,
follow me; for I'll sleep in that camp to
night, or I'll sleep in hell?"
That was tho "terrible oath" the author
of "Sheridan's Ride" referred to, and it had
tho effect that was intended. Tho soldiers
know that "Liltlo Phil" wns frightfully in
earnest, and there wasn't a man in all tho
shattered army who wouldn't sharo his
bed. Philadelphia News.
Saw Through It.,
Soap peddler "Does Mr. Smith live
Mrs. S. "Yes."
S. P. "Is his wire in?"
Mrs. 8. "I nm Knott Smith's wife."
S. P. "Well, is his wife in?"
Mrs. S. "Certainly. I am Knott Smith's
S. P. "Who said you was? Where is
liis wife? I want to see her."
Mr. S. "I nm Mrs. Knott Smith."
S. P. "Ah, yes, you nro Mrs. Knott
Smith, are you not? Beg pardon."
It is tho slight cold frequently contracted
that finally undermines tho system. Uso
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup in tho beginning
stages of any cold and bo cured. Price
Mr. Gladstone publishes a letter Inviting
the liberals to reunite.
Is one preparation, and produces a per
manent color. Buckingham's Dye for tho
A safe and certain remedy for throat and
lung disenses. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
Can anybody tell why popular subscrip
tions are so very unpopular?
The Youth's Companion maintains its
reputation for publishing tho best Serial
and Short Stories, ns well as striking sto
ries of adventure. Tho next volume will
contain tho eight prize stories selected ns
the best from over 5,000 manuscripts sent
in competition. The- first Serial Story to
appear, beginning in January, will bo
"Blind Brother," in eight chapters, fully
illustrated. Every ono will want to read
it. If $1.75 is sent now, it will pay for tho
paper to January, 1S88.
The moral of the Tildon will contest is to
either dio poor or leave, no will.
If afflicted with Soro Eyes, uso Dr. Isano
Thompson's Eye Water. Drujgista soil It. 23o
The composer Gounod is a candidato for
tho French Acudemy.
PURNS nd Scald are instantly rendered
painless, nd invariably cured without a tear, by
lra "i6.? Carbollalv, the great akin remedy.
5 "t?,60,cf.nta. t Urngelsu or by mail. Cole &
Co., Black Ititer Falls, WI.
Secretary Lamar's daughter will mako
her debut on New Yenr's day.
Among the people of to day there are few.
indeed, who have not heard of the merits of
Prickly Ash Bark and Berries, as a house
hold remedy. Teas and drinks have been
rnade of them lor centuries, and in hun
dreds of families have formed tho sole reli
mice in rheumatic and kidney diseases
Trickly Aah Bitters now tnkes the place of
the old system and is more beneficial in all
troubles of this nature.
An Inventor' Advice.
George Stevenson when advising young
men lirtw to cet on would finish by saying.
"Do as I hno doif persevere." For fif
teen years lie plodded and worked before
giviuj the lilii.-h ng touches to his locomo
tive, lu as many days thoso persevering
in tho use of Dr. Pierce's "Golden Medical
Discovery." have experienced grent relief
and found themselves on tho high road to
health. Liver complaints, impure blood,
chronic lung disease anil many others
yield to its henling inlluences never to re
turn. All druggists.
Motto for n corset factory "We have
come to stay."
Iaoiifjlellow ttlrthtlny ISook
Is n beautiful present to give nny lady..
But there is a little book published in pam
phlet form, with no pretentions to literary
met it. that would be as appropriate, and
might bo the melius ot saving a life. It is
called Dr. B. V. Pierce's trentiso on dis
eases of women, torn hose peculiar troubles
the "Favorite Prescription" is especially
designed. It is profusely illustrated with
wood cuts and colored plntes, and Mill ho
sent to any address for ten cents in stamps,
by the World's Dispensary Medical Absoci
tlou. Buffalo, X. Y.
It's a wise night-key that knows its own
If you nre billions, take Dr. Piorco's
"Pleasant Purgativo Pellets," tho original
"Little Liver Pills." Of all druggists.
Crossed many times, but leave no mark
last words were "Good
The Omnhn Typa foundry can furnish
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Prices sumo us in Chicago and freight
already paid toOinnlin.
LYDI A E. PINKHAM'S
Suffering from Kidney Dla
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Its urrse is solely for the legitimate healing ef
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1 1 has stood the test of tw cut y years in relieving periodi
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Probably no other woman in the world receives so
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The best nnd surest Remedy for Curo of
all diseases caused by any derangement of
the Liver, Kidneys, Stomach and Howels.
Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, Constipation,
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yield readily to tho beneficent Influence of
It is pleasant to the taste, tones up the
system, restores and preserver health.
It is purely Vegetable, mid cannot fall to
prove beneficial, bath to old and young.
As a Blood Purifier it is snperlor to all
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l! 0 0 0
mm oil can.
The roost practical, large sited
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tilled direct by the pump without
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Kloor or Table. No Kuucet to
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Strains and external iujuiiesiirc the chief
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free use of Salvation Oil u euro will be
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Miss Kate Field says Washington is "tho
parlor city of the land."
Why go limping around with vour boots run over.
J.J on s tleci hilnuneia "111 keep (hem itruiglit.
Jewelers now throw in n suit of clothes
when they sell u nickel watch.
lv.curIotiM to the Winter ftcsorts of
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now selling round-trip tickets, good until
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Not .1 BSosp ital. but a pleasant ICenicdial HH 03220, orani'.ed with
A FULL STAFF OF EIGHTEEN PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS,
And exclusively devoted to the treatment of all Chronic Diseases.
This Imposing Kstnlillslitncnt wns (lPsipiRtl nnd cn'ctfsl to noprtmnirwlato tlio lnrpp nuinlM'r of InvalliH who visit nuffnlo from
everv Htnto nnd Territory, ns well ns Irani ninny foreign lands, tlmt t hoy limy mull thomscKva tit tho liiofopalonnl services of
tho Stall of skilled specialists In meillclno and sitiirery that eouioso tho Fiienlty of this widely-celebrated lustitutlon.
si fmh mu bosihess-lbice offeih to mvm jb&
We cnniPstly Invito yon to come, see nnd oxnnilno for lotirsrl. our lntltntlotia, nppllnnoc", ndvnntntrf-s and success In curing
chronlo dlseiuu-s. Have a mind of your own. Do not listen to or heed tho counsel of wkcptteiil friend or Jealous physicians, who
know nothing or ns, our system or treatment, or means ot cure, yet who never ioso an opportunity m mitic nwni mm n m
to projudieo ptoplo nirninst ns. Wo nro resjKnisiblo to im for what wo represent, nnd it you eomo mid visit ns, nnd Ilnd that
wo havo mlsn'prt'iiled. tu mi! lxirdciilur, our inUlttitlons. ndvnuliiRes or kuccons, wo will roni)iUy rcfuiul to yon
nil aivitnn.eis of vour trln. Wo court honest, sliuvro invest liratioti. havo no beci-cts, uud ai-o only too ulad to show all
Interested and candid people what wo ai-o doing for eufferiiiir huuiuuity
NOT ALWAYS NECESSARY' TO SEE PATIENTS.
Ily our original system of diagnosis, wo enn trent ninny clironia
disenses Just as sueccssfiilly without, ns with a personal con
sultation. Whilo wo aro always Kind to see our patients, nnd
beeomo acquainted with them, show them our institutions, and
famlltarlzo them with our system of treatment, yet wo havo not
seen ono person in live numireu wnom wo tinvo curtxi. u no per
fect accuracy with which scientists aro onubled to deduce tho
Inost inlntitu particulars In their several departments, nppears
almost miraculous, 11 wo view it in me nwut 01 mo cany aires,
Take, for example, tho electro-inupnctlo telctrnpli, tho greatest
Invention of tho nirc. Is It not a marvelous deRreo of neeurney
which enables an operator to craclly locate a fracture in a i,ub
mnrino eablo nearly three thousand miles Imifr? Our vcneialilo
"clcrliof tho weather" tins beeomo 60 thorout.'lily fatnlllnr with
tho most wavward elements of nature that ho can accurately
liredlet thclr"moveiuents. Ho can sit In Washington nnd foretell
what tho weather will bo In Florida or New York t.8 well ns if
several hundred miles did not Intervene between him nnd tho
places named. And so in nil departments of modem science.
wnau is rvipnrcu is me miiiwicuku ui cciiuui
sfynx. From these seientlstfi dedueo nccumtc con
clusions regnrdless of distance. So, nlso, in medi
cal science, diseases lmvo certain iiumlstakublo
signs, or symptoms, nnd by reason of this fact, wo
havo been enabled to originate and ticrfect a sys-
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tho natu.ro of chronlo diseases, vttlioiit seeing and jieiwinaily
COMMON SEHSE AS APPLIED TO MEDICINE.
It Is a well-known fact, nnd ono that nppenls to the Judgment of every thinking person, that tho physician who devotes
his wliolo timo to tho studv nnd investigation of n certnin class ot diseases, must become better (timllflod to treat such
diseases thnn ho who attempts to treat every ill to which llesli is heir, without giving special attention to nny class of diseases.
Men. in all ages of tho world, who liavo become famous, havo devoted their lives to Bomu special branch of science, art, or
lltCnyllth'oroush orgnni7nflon, nnd subdividing tho practice of medicine nnd surgery in thli institution, every Invalid hi treated
by a specialist -ono who devotes his undivided attention to the particular class of iltocuKctf to which tho ease belongs. The
nuvantago of this arrangement must lie obvious. Medical science oilers u vast Held for iuviwtigntlon, nnd no physician can,
within tio brief limits of a lifo-tlmc, achieve tho highest degreo of success in tho treatment of cvtiy malady incident? to humanity.
examining our patients. In recognizing diseases without a
personal examination of tho patient, wu claim to possess no
miraculous powers. Wo obtain our knowledgo of tho patient's
disease by tho practical application, to the practice of medi
cine, of well-established principles of modern science. And ft
is to tho accuracy with which this syslem has endowed us that
wo owo our almost world-wldo icniitatiou of skillfully treating
lingering or chronlo alTcctlons. This system of practice, nnd
t uu marvelous success which uus oecu utinilica
through It, demonstrate tho fact that disease
display certain iihenonieiin, which, being mb
Jected to tsclcntlllc analysis, furnish abundant
and unmistakable data, to guide tho Judgment
of tho skillful nractitloner Hrhrht in determining
tiio nature of diseased conditions. The most ample lfsource
for treating lingering or chronlo diseases, and the grratctt skill,
aro thus placed within tho easy renuh of every invalid, lvowevcr
distant ho or she may resldo from tho physicians making tho treat
incut of sueli affections u specialty. Full particulars ot our origi
nal, scientific system of examlnlug nnd treating patients at n di
tance are contained In "Tlio I'coplo'w Common Scniao
Hied i en I Ailvlnor." Hy K.V. l'iertv, M. 1). 11XW pngea nnd
ovcrllOO colored and other illustrations. Sent, po.t-paid, tor $ljj0.
Or writo nnd descrtlio your symptoms, inclosing ten cents In
stamps, and u cotnpleto treatl3o, on your particular disease, wilt
bo sent you, with our terms for treatment and all particulars.
The Ireatmeiil of JlHcnNCN 6! tho
Air Iustui;cH nnd I.iiiikm, such ai
Chronic Niihiil Catnrrli, l.nrjrii
til tit., Itroiit'hUis, Aaithitiu, ami
Co it m it tu il 1 1 o ti, both through eorn1-
spondeuco and ar our institutions, consti
tutes an important specialty.
Wo publish three senaiate books on Nasal.
Throat and r.ung Diseases, which give much valuable inloruialion,
viz: (1) A Trentiso on Consumption, Laryngitis and ilronehitts;
price, post-paid, ten cents. (-) A Treatise on Asthma, or Phthisic,
giving now and RiieeesHtiil treatment; price, post-paid, ten cents.
(3) ATreatiso on Clirouio Nasal Catarrh ; price, post-paid, two centa.
IlyNpcpNln, " r,l vcr Ciimplnliit," Ob.
Niinuto CoiiMtlpat ion, chronic Illnr
rliuit. Tune-woriiiH. and Ulru'-cil affections
aro among those chronic diseases in the suc
cessful treatment of which our specialists havo
attained great success. .Many of the diseases
nffeetlng the liver and other organs contributing In their func
tions to tho process of digestion, aro very obseurr, and aro not
infrequently mistaken by both laymen and plijsleliins for other
maladies, nnd treatment Is employed directed to the removal of a
disease which does not exist. Our Complete Trentiso on Diseases
of tho Digestive Organs will bo sent to any address on receipt of
ten cents in postage stamps.
ltitinii'ritt nisrisr iimirTrc nr,.i
fmury I kindred maladies, havo been very largely treated.
ItlUltLI nnd cures effected in thniiH.inlq or easi- which lnul
been protiouneed beyond hope. Theso diseases nro
readily diagnosticated, or determined, by chemical
ana vsis ot tuu urine, w tiioui a nersomu exnmiiia-
tion of patients, who cun, tlierefore. cenernllv bo
miceeiiMliill v treated at their hoiiiew. The studv nnd
practice of chemical analysis and microscopical examination of
too urino in our conaiiierauon ot cases, wuu reieronco to correct
diagnosis, In which our institution long ago became famous, has
naturally led to a very extensive practice In diseases of tho urinary
organs. Probably no other institution in the world has liecn so
largely patronized hy suiters rrom tins class or malailles us tho old
and world-famed World's Dispensary and Invalids' Hotel. Our
specialists liavo acquired, tlirougli a vast raid vnrled experience,
rrreat oxnertness in determlnlmr tho trait naturo of each cii.
and, hence, havo been successful lu nicely adapting their remedies
lor tno curo or eacu individual case.
Diseases of I
laaaiaii ii a.,1 a
pamphlets on nervous diseases, any one of which will bo sent for
ten centsin postage etanips.whi'ii requtst for them Is accompanied
with a Htatemtnt of a caw for conaultatiun, so that v may know
which one ot our Tri atlses to fccnd.
i' have a special Department, thoroughly
orgiuilzi'd, and devotid citfipirrfj to the tieat
im nt of Jllseases of Woitieu. l.very ease cou-
.lllllmr II IP UtU'l .III I IklB ,v lll.t llrtl. IV li.tto rn In
Wnucy I persoii, is given tho most caretul nnd conslder
IIUInLll. u ate attention, lnmnifniit 2im mini we ei t. Ihw
which havo not nlrendv bnlllrd the skill of nil
the homo physicians) lias tlio benellt ot a lull Council, of skilled
specialists, itootius lor ladles in tlio Invalids' J Intel nie very pri
vate. Mend ten cents in stamps for our large Complete Tieatlse
on Diseases ot Women, illustrated with numerous wood-cuts and
colored plates (1(X) pages).
IIOINIA fllreneh). or lUTTHnr, no
matter of how long standing, orot what size,
la promptly and periiiiuieiilly cured by
our specialists, without iho fcnil'o nnd
tvllhout dependenco upon triiNMOK.
auunuunt rciercnccs. Benu ten cents for
Theso dellcnto diseases should bocart'tilly treated
by a specialist thoroughly familiar wltL them, uud
who is competent to nscertuln tlio exact vendition
and staifo of advancement which tho dlseuso liim
mado (which can only bo ascertained by n careful cliemleal nnd
microscopical examination of thu urino), for medicines which aro
curative lu one stago or condition aro known to do )i((irc injury
In otlicra. Wo liavo never, therefore, attempted to put up anything
for general salo through druggists, recommending to wire theso
diseases, although possessing very superior remedies, knowing full
Well from an extensive oxperleneo that tho only safe mid success
ful course Is to caroruiiy uetcrminu tne disease and us progress lu
each caso by a chemical nnd microscopical examination of tho
urine, and then adapt our medicines to tho exact stago of tho dis
ease and condition ot uur punuui..
To this wlso courso of uctlon wo attrlhuto tho
marvelous success attained by our specialists In
that Important and extensive Department of our
Institutions devoted exclusively to tlio treatment
ot diseases or tlio kidneys und bladder. The treat
'aa i ihiiiI inent of diseases of the urinary organs having
nnnatltiiteii a lefldimr branch of our practice at tho Invalids' Hotel
nnd Surgical Institute, ami, being in constant receipt of numerous
inquiries forn complete work on the naturo und curability of theso
maladies, written In a style to bo easily understood, wo have pul
Ilshed a largo Illustrated Treatise on these diseases, which will bo
ocnt to any address on receipt of ten cents in postage stamps.
I'lI.IIS, FIVJ'UI.E, and other tllfcnses affecting the lower
bowels, nro treated with wonderful success. 'J he worst cases of
pllo tumors aro permanently cured in llltecn to twenty days.
Send ten cents for Illustrated Treatise.
Organln weaknea, nervous debility, prematura
decline of the manly power, Involuntary vital
losses, Impaired memory, mental anxiety, absence
of will-power, melancholy, weak buck, and kin
dred affections, aro speedily, thoroughly and per-
To tho8o ncquululcd with our institutions, it is hardly necessary
to say that the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, with tho
brunch establishment located ut Ko. .'1 New Oxford Street, London,
Kiiglaud, have, lor many years, enjoyed tlio distinction of being
tho most largely patronized and widely celebrated institutions In
tho world lor tlio treatment nnd euro of those affections which
arise from youthful Indiscretions and pernicious, solitary practices.
We, many years ago, established a special Department lor thn
treatment of these diseases, under tlio management of rotno of
tho most skillful physicians and surgeons on our Staff, in order
that all who upply to us might reec ivo ull the advantage of u full
Council of tho most oxpciicuccd specialists.
Wo offer no apology for devoting so much
attention to this neglected rlaes of diseases,
believing no condition or humanity Is too
wretched to merit tho rynipathy und best
sen Ices of the noblo profession to which wo
lielong. Jinny who suffer from theso terrible.
diseases contract them Innocently. Why nny medical man, Intent
on doing good und alleviating siilleilng, should shun such coses,
wo cannot Imagine. Why any one should consider It otherwise
thnn most honorable to cure tho worst cases of theso illseiiscp,
wo cannot understand: and yet of all the other nialudies which
nllllct mankind tlieio Is probably none about which physician
hi general practice know so little.
Wo shall, therefore, continue, ur herelnfore. to treat with our
best consideration, rympathy, and skill, all applicants who uro suf
fering from any ot these delicate dlseuois.
Pimm JT HnUf Mwt ,,r "u'8t' rases can bo treated by m when
uuiiku hi num .. iu u uisinucu just i
, as well aa if they were hero
"I INffaAMltrATION OF Till lir..t.
I Dim, ktoni: in tiii: iii,aiui:i:,
Itentloii of Urino, and kindred affections,
muy bo included among those lu tho euro of which
aa nur sncelallsta havo achieved extriioi-dlniirv suc
cess. Theso aro fully treated of In our lllustaited pamphlet on
Urinary Diseases, bent by mail for ten cents lu stamps.
I STKICTUItK.S ANI UlCIIVtUV FIS
STninTlinF B TUIayK.-Hundreds of cases of tho worst form
O I mo i unua i 0( gtrlctures, many of them greatly aggravated
aaaii laiial by- the caiflcss uso of Instruments In the huniln
or Inexperienced puyeiciana uuu surgeons, causing iiuoo posiuges,
urinary flstuhc, and other complications, annually consult uu for
relief und cure. That no caso of this class Is too dlillcult for thu
skill at our specialist Is proved by cures reported In our illus
trated treaties on theso maladies, to which wo refer with pride. To
Intrust this class of cases to physicians of small experience. Is a
dangerous proceeding. Many a man bus been riilneil for llfo by bo
doing, while thousands annually lose their lives through unskillful
treatment. Send particulars of your caso and ten cents In stamps
for a large. Illustrated treaties containing many testimonials.
ur Comnlcto .irfi illustrated Treatise TICS pntres) on three sub.
Jects is K'tit to any utldtcss on receipt of ttn cents in stump.
. Inndrcds of the most dlillcult operations known
to modern surgery me annually perfoimed in ths
most skillful manner, by our mirgcnn-spcclul-fats.
Large Stones uro safely removed from thu
lilrtildi r, by crushing, washing and pumping them
out. thus HVoldlmr the iriei'.t danger of enttliiir.
Our specialists, remove cataract from the eye, t hereby curing blind
ness. They also straighten cross-eyes and Insert artificial ones
when needed. Muny Ovurlnn uud also Fibroid Tumors of thn
I terns nro arrested lit growth and cured by electrolysis, coupled
with other menus of our invention, whereby tho great danger of
cutting oiH'rutions lu these cases Is nvoldc-d.
Especially 1ms tho sueccfsof our Improved operations for Vari
cocele, Hydrocele, Fbtulie, liupturcd Cervix Uteri, nnd for ltup
t ii red Perineum, been allko gratifying lxith to onwlves and our
patients. Not less so have been the lvsults of iiiiineroiis npcrat lotn
for Stricture of the Cervical Cuiial, u condillou in tho female gen
erally resulting lu lUirreiiness. or Sterility, uud tho euro ot which,
by n salo and painless operation, removes this comment t of Ira
pediments to tno liearlug of offspring'.
A Completo Treatise on nny ono of tho above maladies will bo
sent on receipt of ten cents In stamps.
I Nervous I
I niAriAPn I
KpIIoptlo CoiivuIhIoiih, or Fll, I'a
alyaiU, or Pali)') l,ocoinoior Atnxln,
il. Vllilh'ai Iauce, IiiHOliuilHa or inal.llltv
to sleen. and threatened lnuuillv. Narvnuy
Debility, arising from overettidy, cxca;tsr8, nnd
-kt I, aa aa nolliuia nnd a r a aa a a at . aa ! ..Aaa 0 . - . m
tlon. aro treated by our spociullsta for thrtio dlseneg with unusual
ucouao. Hoc nuincrouj cases reported In our different Illustrated
Although wo havo in tho preceding para
graphs, inudo mention of some of the seclal
ailments to which particular attention ii
f I veil by tho soeIallsts at tho Invalid
lotel and Surgical Institute, yet tho insti
tution abounds in skill, facilities, and ap
paratus for the successful treatment of
everv form of chronic ailment, whether re
quiring for its curo medical or surgical mean.
All letters of inquiry, or of consultation, should bo addrctfied to
WORLD'S DISPENSARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION,
003 Main Street, BUFFALO. V, Y.