We clip the foUowing from the Stubon Republican, of Angola, Ind.: "Dr. Fruth, formerly of the Medical institute of N. Y., and representative of the American Medical Association at Cleveland in 1883, !has, owing to his large practice ín the west, permanently established and tncorporated under the laws of the state of Illinois, the Fruth Medical Dispensary Association, for the treatment of all ehronic diseases. The doctor has made regular visits here for over two years, and has made friends among those who (have beet the recipients of his medical treatment. Ir. Frulih's success is due to the fact that he is willing to save üfe in any way. He acknowledges no Ixnmdaries, no sects, no scliool, but searches heaven and earth to find means to (relieve suffering and cure disease. In order to do bis fellowmen the most good he has thoroughly ppepared himself for tlio treatment of chronic and nervous diseases in whicW his fmecess is marvelous." Dr. Frnth is no stranger here, where his success has been quite uniform in the treatr ment of tlie disoases which he makes hU ip cialy. Many pati.nts who hav been considered incudable are now enjoying Kfe, through his treatment. Tn Fruth will b? at the Cook house, Thurs ■day, from 8 a. m. to 10 p. m., Jul 30tb.