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Mr. Clarence O. Itlgeloxo
Preerrtpt nn Dnitrtrlst,
lfC Oth Are., N. Y. City, my
The People's Confidence
Hii oeen won bv
In Manner Never Eqtialled.
1 am, on general principle, avcrsed to ex
preening my view, pro or con, in respect
to any proprietary article, but In the light
cf Hood's ParsAparllla being the pmliict
of a brother apothecary, will say, Hood's
Parsaimrlllatia secured a place in the
public confidence ncror attained by
anr proprietary medicine Ihnt I hnre
handled during an eiperlence of mere
than twenty yean in the drug trade. It
Must Possess True Merit
aa a remedial aoent to retnin It Increas
ing popularity aa a household remedy.
Theeale of Hood's fanmparilla eioeeds
that of all similar preparation combined,
of which I keep in slock aom. lifteen or
Praises are Proclaimed
tally at my counter by those who havo bet.
benefited by it. many of whom are iier
snnal arqnalntamvs." C'LARBNts O.
Rood'a PUl'a cure liver UK constlpatiun,
kUiuuniieda, jauudlc, Mick headache,
T ORIGINATED IN I8IO.
S!Sf Of ITI ALVCSI a CI8TC8Y.
K rT tmrrler, Every family .honlil k-et tt at haml,
for tiieromnn.fi til of lift- liable to occur to any MU-.
It I. Kwthtnir Hfallng ami t'rrtrtmtlnir. Iwr uiwd nl
WmvwruiteU. Ht,UlfMTVWIirv I'rlr.- Sac .fclv f.i. tu.l
IMTUculani free. L a. Jult.MltiN A IX'.. BosTon. Mam,
The old saying that " con
sumption can be cured if
taken in time" was poor com
fort. It seemed to invite a
trial, but to anticipate failure.
The other one, not so old,
"consumption can be cured,"
is considered by many false.
Both are true and not
true; the first is prudent
' one cannot begin too early.
The means is careful liv
ing. Scott's Emulsion of
cod-liver oil is sometimes an
important part of that.
Let us send you a book on
careful living free.
flcorr & Bowmb, Chemists, it South jih Avenue,
Mew York. .
Vour drufmti keep Scntt'f Emulf ioa of cod-liver
ail all druggiM everywhere do. i.
Takes hold in this order;
Driving everything before it thet ought
to be out.
You know whether you
need it or not.
Cold by every druzgist, and manufactured by
Kidney, Liver and Bladder Curt,
IjOmbfliro, pain In joint or back, brick duet la
Urine, frequent culls, irritation, inllumntlou,
travel, uloeratiuu or catarrh of bluduer.
Impaired dlirestlnn. (rout, hllllous-hdarhe.
Lil'ASsl'-KCO'r cures kidney diltluultld,
iaOrtppe, urinary truubio, bright d'nase.
' Impure Blood,
Borofula, malaria, gen'l weakness or debility.
Siaaraat Use content, of On Rattle. If not bea
AUd, lnisaiU will rwfuuil to yob tMt uric mu1.
At Drusststa, SOe. Sice, 1 .00 kUe.
'SJnvalkli' Quid to HeaJur'fm-CoBwlution teas,
t)U. KlLMKB CO.. lilKUUAMTOM. N. Y.
WBIOirai - aM mat sLMns
IUUIM a eve luamaa.. m vat
nortaao. wrlia lei un, A.w. atuOu
RUIlf WR0T7OHT BY FLOODS.
Thousands of Acre of Wheat Destroyed,
Factortia and Villa J Bubmsrged.
Kansas City, Mo., May 0. The heavy
r.tina which have been pouring down for
the last few dnv are having tltoir effect on
the Missouri river, ami to-ni;lil that stream
is rising very rapidly and la within two feet
of the danger line and rising at the rate of
an Inch an hour. The conditions are simi
lar tothose of 1MI, when most disatroui
fjoo l did o much daman? In this part ol
the country. The wet wenther sj long con
tinue I has caused the wheat to rot in the
ground, and it Is reported by the farmers
Hint the crop will be almost totally ruined.
(ii Tiitur, O. T., MavO. The heaviest rain
fall for renrs has fallen fteaclily for !M
Imurs. Knit of IMlancIo there was a cloud
btirst. causing streams to rise six feet In R
few minutes and drowning many cattle. At
Oklahoma City the lower part of the city it
flooded and much damage has been dune.
There are t-everal bad washouts on the rail
ways, and In the country so many bridge
ore washed awav that mail routes linve lit-eu
abandoned. Near Stillwater lliree hou.-et
and many barns were destroyed by wind.
ProiitA. In.., Mav 0. The river rose to 21
feet last evening, the highest oi lit reached
in nearlv half a century. The great marsh
dvke, 1') miles long ami protecting 0 strip ol
blittnm land two miles wide, gave way up
posite I'ekin. A rescuing party was kept
linsv all night and bv tliylight had account
ed for all tne 'M) families living in the (lis.
trirt, with the exception of tieorge Mcliolt
nd his family.
There are over .V1 people homeless be
tween here and I'ekin. Nearly oil house
in the? inundated region arc liable to com
plete destruction. Small bouse, along the
river bank in this city hsve been carried
The river flood around Alexandria, Mo.,
and at other places has mbmerged thousand!
of ncres of wheat land. Factories in (Ittawa
are hopelessly inundated. As the river has
fallen but i inches in UO hours, the pros
pectsof starting is discouraging.
Two Murderers Hanred.
I.mi.F litv K, Ark., May ". I,. I). Slaught
er ami Tiiomns Itailey were hnneed at noon
yesterdny. Hoth executions took place at
the same time and o t the sime gallow.
The men we -e negroes. Slaughter murder
ed his mi st reus In a fit of jealous rage in
June, ISiil. Itailey shot and killed o ped
dler from Jacksonville, 111., afterwards rob-
bine the body.
TIIK WIci.KAI.K I'HH K ARR .IVR!I HEI.OW.
iHIN. P1.01 R ASU HiKU.
WHEAT-Xo. 2 Ked I W fg 87
Xo. 3 I!ed HO b3
C'OUX No. 2 Yellow ear... W M
High Mixed ear 47 4"
Mixcfear 44 45
Shelled Mixed 44 45
OATH Xo. 1 White l 87
No. 2 White : 8n
No. 3 White 35 80
Mixed 33 85
RYK-Xo. 1 1'aAOhio.... M M
No. 2 Western hi KO
Fl.urit Fancy winter pat' 4 85
j-nncy spring piiients n o to
Fancv Straight winter.... 4 K5 5 10
XX.' Hakers 4 25 4 50
live Floor 4 75 5 110
HAY Kuled No. 1 Tim v.. V. 00 14 50
llaled Xo. 2 Timothy 12 00 12 50
Mixed ( lover 12(0 J2 50
Timothy from country. 1(1 00 18 00
PTKAW Wheat H 50
Oats 7 50 8 00
FF.F.D Xo. 1 W'li Md f) T IS 50 10 00
j:rown Middling in ao in no
Uran 10 () 17 00
Chcp 14 50 1H 00
BVTTKR Elgin Creamery 25 27
j-ancy t rea nifty et
Fancy country roll 23 25
Choice country roll 15 10
Low emtio itt cookimt.. . . H 7
CHKll--() F'llcr minild 11 12
New t ork doshen 12 Id
Wisconsin Swiss bricks.. 14 15
Wisconsin Sweitter 14 15
l.imburgcr 12 13
r 111 'IT AVTt Vl'illTlVI IB
Ari'LES-Fancy, V hid.,. 2 75
Fair to choice, V bid.... 2 00 2 50
BEAN'S Select, V bid 1 M 2 00
I'll ,t O Heans, V bbl 1 U) 1 70
Lima ltouns 3 4
Yellow danvers V bhl .. 2 50 2 75
Yellow onion, l bbl.... 150 2 0)
Srnikli V crate 121 1 40
CAllHAtiK V head 3 4
Choice from store. bu 45 . 4fl
Irish on track ?' bn 30 35
Kilndri'dJer'y sweet V bbl 8 2.5 8 60
V tb 14 15
1 'reused ducks V It. 15 1U
lireswd turkevs fl lb 10 17
Live chickens V pr R5 PO
Live Ducks V pr 75 t5
Livetieese V pr 1 00 1 15
Live Turkeys Vn 13 H
EGliS l'n.t Ohio fresh.... 13 14
Extra live Ueese V Hi 50 (10
Xol Extra Jive geese Vlh 4 60
Mixed 25 35
TALLOW Country, V H . . . 4
8EE1J8 Wett Med'm clo'er 7 75
Mammoth Clover 7 85 8 25
Timothy prime 1 (15
Timothy choice 1 00
Blue grass 2 (5 3 80
Orchard grass 1 75
Millet 1 00
Buckwheat 1 40 1 60
r.A(iS Country mixed ... 1
1JOXEY White clover.... 16 17
Luck wheat 2 15
FLOCR 13 40$ 14 60
WHEAT No. 2 Red 90 W
RYE No. 2 80 81
COKX-Mixed 40 43
OATa 30 ai
EtrttS 11 12
BUTTER 24 24
FLOX'R- 4 70(3 85
WHEAT New No. 2. Red.. 93 W
CORN No. 2, Mixed 45 40
OATS No. 2, White 87 38
BUTTER Creamery Extra. 24 25
E(iG8 l'a., Firsts 13 15
WHEAT No, 2 Red
COKX Ungraded Mixed...,
OATS Mixed Western....
BUTTER Creamery ,
EUUS State and l'cnn....
I abt MBiiHTY, rrmmvko srotE TARIM.
Fair to Oood
Bulls and dry cows
Hoavy rough calves.,..,.
Fresh cows, per head..'...
4 65 to
4 20 to
8 60 to
1 60 to
8 76 to
2 60 to
20 00 to 60 00
Prime 96 to 100-tt sheep....! 6 60 to 6 25
Common 70 to 75 t sheep... ( 4 60 to 4 75
Lamb 0 80to 7 00
00 to 6 20
6 00 to 5 10
i 70 to 0
An unfortunate feature in wttet
power U that it it usually difficult te
o proportion or build the machinery
that the failure of any one part hall
tot effect the rot. With steam plant
is ordinarily constructed the break
down cf one boiler or engine doe not
necessarily disable the other, nd
even the failure of the tteam pipe can
be guarded against ot moderate cost
by duplicates systems, while, k rule,
the cost of double dams, raceways, or
flume, and gate would be prohib
tive, Again, water power being so to
speak, a question of luck, cither to be
had by good fortune or not to be
obtained nt ail, the question a to
what it would cost to put in find
operate under competition neter de
manded investigation. A regard
team, thing arc on a very different
footing. There i no luck about it,
everyone and anyone can have it, and
consequently there can be no conceal
ment of profit or loss in its use. The
experience of year have been gathered
and placed in tabular form, to that we
can tell just what it will colt for each
item in ordinary work, and lor each
kind of engine and boiler. 1 do not
mean this cost estimated by the par
ticular manufactures, or as developed
by fancy tests mado twenty, four or
fwty-cight hours with one man to
hovel coal and one to open and close
the door and dampers; with "ill open
ing "blanked" off except the one
used in test, and with every nerve
trained to the point of snapping, but
as developed by the experience of
years and of hundreds of different ob
servers. In this way when a new type
of engine or boiler is produced we can
at once say it has cost so much to
produce power, of which so much was
for coal, so much for taxes, so much
for labor etc. Now in
which item do you save, and liowt
Moreover, we can fairly well deter
mine if this laving does not spend one
hundred and one cents to save one
hundred; that is, whether the new de
vise does not introduco new features
which in themselves cost more than
the old. "Electricity,"New York.
A Positive Injury.
Old Tramp (affectionately) "flow
nnch did ye git, Willie."
New Tramp "Nary a red,"
O. T. "Nothln'l What did you
trike Mm ferP
New Tramp "ITalf a dollar."
O. T. (disgusted) "Hah, Yon ama
toon is ruinin' the business," Detroit
Questions Olten Asked.
Q. What is Alabsstine
A. Alabastine is a PVRABi.a coating for
wads and ceilings.
Q. Is It tbe Mills as kalsominei?
A. It is entirely different from all other
priarations ou the marset.
Q. Wherein does it differ from these kal
somines on the market
A. It is made from a cement that goes
through a process of setting on the wall, ani
grows barter with age.
Q. Wbat are kalsoiulnes made fromf
A. From whitings, chalks, clays or other
Inert powders lor a base, and are entirely
depeulent upon glue to boli them on the
Q. Why do kslsomines rub an I scale
A. Because tbe glue, being auiniil matter,
decays in a short time by exposure to air
and moisture, aud the- binding qualities ot
ine material are men o-nne.
(J. Does the Alabastine contain anv in
A. Ainoaaiiae das oeen mosi careruny
tested, and Is recommended by leading sani
tarians throughout tti country, on account
of its sanitary nature.
Q. Wbat has the same investigation
shown regsi'ding wall paper?
A. Sanitarians condemn, In stronz terms,
tbe use ot well paper for walls of lmuir
rooms, on account ot the poisou used in ita
Q. Can anything but plain work be don
A. Anv kind of work, from plain tintlnz
to the most elaborate decorating can lie
Q. How can I learn to do this work and
decorate my house?
A. By writing the Alabastine Company,
Grand Rnptds, Mich., for book of instruc
tions and suggestions, an 1 Illustration of
stencils; also showing six sets of tlntei wall
designs, sent free.
The train-hoy is the official who "honks"
pasengers in Wis country; und be bananas
and cnugh-drops them, t'w. Pivk.
Tht lest thing to do
Is this : when yon'ro suffering from
Sick or Biliou3 Headaches, Consti
pation, Indigestion, Bilious Attacks,
or any derangement of the Liver,
Stomach, or Bowels, get something
that relieves promptly and cares
permanently. Don't shock tbe sys
tem with tho ordinary pills get
l)r. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets.
They'ro tho smallest, for one thing
(but that's a great thing), and tho
easiest to take.
They're the best, for they work
in Nature's own way mildly nnd
gently, but thoroughly and effec
They'ro tho cheapest, for they're
guaranteed to givo satisfaction, or
your money is returned. You pay
only for tho good you get.
What moro can you ask ? ' r
But don't get something that tho
dealer says is "just aa good." It
may be 'better for him, but it's
pretty certain to do worse lor you.
taaaowmM ) b free.
riesae res ef M eatery.
What a bleated thing Is memory I Bow It
brings up the pleasures of tb past and bldee
Its unpleasantness! You renal I your child
hood days, do you not, and wish they would
return? You remember the pleasant associ
ations, while the unpleasant ones are forgot
ten. Perhaps to your mind oomes the lac
of some friend. It was once a pale, sad face.
It showed marks of pain, lines ot care. It
seemed to be looking Into the hereafter, the
unknown future. And then you recall bow
It brightened, how It recovered It rosy hue,
how It becatae a ajclure of happiness and
Joy. Do you remember these things? Many
people do, and gladly tell how the health re
turned, bow happiness came back, how the
world seemed bright They, tell how they
were once weak, nerveless, perhaps in pain,
certainly unhappy. They tell of sleepless
nights, mtirs days, untouched fool, un
strung nerves. And then they tell bow they
beeaiu happy, healthy and strong once
more. You nave beard It often in the past
have you not? You have heard people de
scribe how they were cursd and kept in
health? You certainly can remember wkat
It is that has helped people in America. If
not, listen to what Mrs. Annie Jenness Mil
ler, who is known universally as the great
dress reformer, says: "Mix years ago, wbsn
suffering from mental car and overwork, 1
received tbe most pronounced benefit from
the use of that great medicine, Warner's
BafeCure." Ab, now you remember. Now
you recall how many people yon hsve heard
say this same thing. Now you recollect how
much you have beard of this great Cur.
Now you are ready to admit that memory Is
usually pleasing, that the highest pleasure
comes from perfect health, and that this
great remedy has dune more to produce and
prolong health than anv other discovery
ever known in the entir history ol tbe
Like an Old Unman.
The Ideal type of senatorial dignity
and calm, so long imputed to the old
senators of Home, is thoroughly em
bodied in Senator Faulkner, of West
Virginia. He never lounges about
the Semite with bis hands plunged
deep into trousers pockets, ns If igno
rant or unnpprcciattve of the dignity
of his surroundings, but preserves an
exceedingly impressive gravity of de
meanor, lie never rises to bis feet
as if violently propelled by a bidden
spring, but does so easily and with
perfect tranquillity. Ills voleo is dis
tinct and never used as a means of
hurling abuse at the head of a fellow
senator. Every movement is accom
plished with majestic grace, and never
are his anus set going in the heat of
debate or controversy like the fans of
a windmill, as sometimes occurs with
more excitable poople. Ills features
are purely classical, and even the
fashion ot his hair is strictly In accord
with tho Uotnan typo. Kate Field's
A Vlaorous Speaker,
"I don't need to praieo my butter,
(aid the dealer. "It speak for itself."
"Ye," aisentel the ctj ner, "It uses
strong language too. 'etroit Free
The news sen-ice of sortie apers seems to
ue largely leicgriii-rnii. mca-.
I am a farmer atEdom. Texas.
have used German Syrup for six
years successfully for Sore Throat,
Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Pains in
Chest nnd Lungs and Spitting-up of
Blood. I have tried many kinds of
lougu byrups in my time, but let
mc say to anyone wanting such a
medicine German Syrup is the best.
We are subject to so many audden
changes from cold to hot, damp
wcatuer here, Dut m lamuics where
German Syrup is used there is little
trouble from colds. Tohn F. Tones.
Thii s Tin v Pillso
m a aa. w m mmm j m w
A A ulngl ilfMtB firotlure Irrnrflrltil If- A
wultp, ffllnffrhefrriiliirM,riiiliiil nml r
Oiiuiiyuirvy j a-ar vtiin ii yuu wrn av
hTtre a trmittffr. Tltoy nJoy imp.
mitrdj mm jinrMiivivtie l rur, ajts3(
A Biinple Cake of SotpnnA l?ft
anu iwhuivi liiuHiriiii-u;
. . ... 1. i .. -v'..
ft'Hlt-ti for 10c. J nlfo
i MniiKurriiii'iiiB, jikd
WurU, India Ink ttnd
Powder Morks, Heart, fit
tlnim.H(vdueu of Suite, Su-
r J nn w vnnnu rv
42drii.. New York Citr.
" cr ty letter.
nn ainr m nrr.rivrn
ilh IMUi. KiiatneTl, and IIiiU which suua
U,e hsniK. Iiilnre the Iron, end Uurn ot
The Klslns inn tsiiiva fuliab U Urllllant.Odnr
leu, Dursijie, snd the entiMiuier ! lor be Uu
or glaas packare wlIU every purcbaM.
Private European Parties
Under tb patron of
Mr. AX. I. Praiar,
70 and 71 Olobs Building. Boaton.
Tour of eighty, lxty, nfty an4 forty-0v
. t'arty for Korth Cap Jun W
buud for oltuuiars ami relereuue.
Illustrated Publications, with
yrt. rlkuts. MuMituift.hlgvba.
V fteiilttKlon ttnU Urnjrtm, tii
r UKftWV VJtMH M KaT
In as- iiR Tlsutiwr labdsil
nnw uhrn to kHttUn. Miird rUKK. Adrln
tlaA. UmMtM, Um4 . Bs V. ft. 1. tU. fMl. EIm.
ia Haria Muuulaiu.Ur
aauy. lllnl Miuina
Oatitf Dlrila, wlU ir
will rustorij m muum ot
sktin Kiuim in kusuu
UatsUOtf, tJVfm WUUSf
Ho. V4d l9 Ui OmutosM
Mwd llo-jk W
. raitJ4HN W.IHOKHIW,
1 .I.sJsVav1 W.nlilon, U.t .
Jyr.lolAsl w, U4JiJkiUiiuUlu, atl) tliiM.
VCI I fl I O- - r, ayneusa, W. T.. wmiIs
KsslliU I lOeTUthS I sell Huasaaf Stees.
it rift in
t vHi.is njj
Natleaal Base Ball (Vkeslale.
A very neat pocket schedule of thy
National Leagu Ball game for 1891 ha
been Issued by the proprietor of Johnson'
Anodyne Liniment as on of their "Pleasure
Serle." The schedule is arrange! af tar th
plan of the New England Lssgu Bene lule,
published last year by the nm Arm, for
hich they own the copyright. It show at
glance whtre each game for any day in fie
season I to b played. Tbe price of thli
schedule i ten cents, and ought to be obtain
able of any new dealer. If not, by courtesy
of the publisher, t. 8. Johnson tc Co., 23
Custom House St., Bonton, Mis ., the read
ers ol thl papsr cm obtain a copy by en
closing Ave cents In stampi with their ad
dress In an envelops, directed to Johnson'
Anodyne Liniment, Boston, Mas. Every
body will want one for dally reference.
Hunuer for fume lb Forty-day faster.
We offer One Hundred ttallfiea m.h fn.
anvraeeof catarrh that ennuut be cured by
W. J. CliBKsr at Co., rropt Toledo, O.
We. th. nnil.t.l.nwl low. I tp f
Cheney tor tbe last U years, and believe tilio
penncny uonnra'Jte in an business tranftac
lions, and financially able to carry out any oo
llitatfiin made by their firm.
wnrr lauaJs, vtbolesale Drugnlsta, Tole
W albino. Km aw A Marvin, Whole!
lairs Catarrh Cure Is taken Internatl.
In directly upon the bond and mucu sur.
laoetosiae system, 'jepnmoniuii, sent rre4X
fries 7o. per boitla. told by ail d nutlets.
The deaf-mute is always ready to take n
liana in conversation. t tie.
f. n TtrfinhAm. etlttne Pbrt.tlnn tnde. At.
lanla, f(a., writes: "1 have used ilradycmtln
witn uniHinnit, prompt, deemed rcUel lor Head
ache." All druirtrlsts, fifty cents.
H. f. Al l IN Co.. HUi l ana street. Mew
York, are soie azent in the L'nited States for
beeuham's I'lua. Hi du i but.
dL . J" -
rd Are Its Prompt and Permanent Cures.
.vibu 17, IMS, r.EORC.E C. OSOOnT) cS CO..
RHEUrIATIOiVI. nnifts, Lowell, Mnss., wrote: "Mil, LEWIS
PENNIP, 130 Moody Pt., desires to say Hint OliKIN KOUIX80S, a boy of
Gninlteville, Mass., enme to his house in IMHl, wnlkiiiR on crutches: his leg;
was bent nt tlie I'.me two mouths. Mr. lX'iinis cave him Ht. Jacoii Oil to
ruh it. In rix dnys he hud no use for hi crutches and went home cured
'''xJwel'h'Stnss., Jn1v9.'r7! "The cripple bovORMN KOniNSOV, cured
hr ft. Jiicobs Oil in 1HH1, has reniuined cured. The voiintt man hns been and
is now at work every duy ut pinininl lubor." I)K. GKOlitiE C. OSGOOD.
, i,ai Alierdeen, B. Puk., Bep'. f, l't "ButTcrcd severnl
LAMEBACni years with chronio stilch in the hack: was given up
ty doctors. Two bottles of Et. JucoU Oil cured I roe "
' JltliUAN SCIIWAYGEL.
Oatftrrk un3 (JoiiT IntlleTIeauliaEse
Sore Nose, &a, Oured by " Hall's Erie Oa
turh Hemedy, 60 cents at druggists or
mailed on receipt of price, Pleasant, Harm
less, Convenient, Bond for Free Sample.
Address E P. HALL, Erie, Pa.
Always specify " ERIE." Take no othflr.
LOVELl DIAMOND CYCLES
loss, oi tss.,
JOHM P. LOVELL ARMS CO..
i Ktuiiiavt'li, liver mit'i b-ow )), 7
liutify Uit) Uood. r wfe and f z
rfta.iN frj. ttiU. Trie ot-dt ifOtrml family Z
nallun. nTineiiia. tVi.tii
Brvtitb. Hadsw-ti0, HomLiuin. Loi
iif Aim! it. UcntAi Ue,irutvtoD,f
Flnf ul btirrMtlrtn. Ilfnotm. Ksvilow j
rrr sTTTonfnm or diesutt rtvultiDdr from
'likKMi.orti iithir hj th- rtomarb. liver or lnUttne
:iaesutt rrvuuiDsT irout id
xto Nrfnrni their proper functl'mt. Pnnij:lyun U
XvrtinTrebeneflU-dbv uklna fcTABri-r fter
ZttsM-bnii.sal Frirr.by ttisUI. 1 (CHMwiai 1 botlWlAo. Ad,
XOriMBTIlERlPANRCnKHI'ULCO ,W8pnioSt JI.Y.,
Agrmf antrl riuril I pt'r rvat proll,
CeiiaMiiilfci ftiia bvoplt
who b witk loofi or Ath
CoataiopilOQ. Il (Ma ar1
tliitBto. It b not injur
i upo. II not b4 to tmh 9.
It it lb bil cougb tjrnp.
nui tarn LI I, It
Bi us or wiu
IIUdUTCHER'S DEAD SHOT
sssvssfF ia a, Duwtr.ui KtUtir. it vura tbfiu uu a
nratloo-a It aii la hi- urVintlv uf retura. ana
In pruiwitor of Hieep la lc.' kT.uo 4i
VVOI4 1vrt,v or uy niwi.
VUKU'li Dl'IHIElt A: HON.
tt. Albans, VI,
U. S. STANDARD w.l'u.
Htl and ( keanesl ua lb Mnrk.t.
Llv AQCNTS Wanted la tkl. ( iv.
0S0000 A THOMPSON. Binghimton, II. Y.
u c 1 n 1 ou r ra,a ' '' .'
nLAUAuilE Rank! av. stsml.H.
.wSr'i'l esns Malll
m mm, m vm T SUKB, SW JMruatWkU,M. .
""nilfii i.isisim Jt....fctSiu
GARFIELD TEA Hi
Sftilal Isrsu in Quantity to tUr.
Both the method and result when
Syrup of Fin is taken j it Is pleasant
and refreshing to the taste, and acta
Jentlyyet promptly on the Kidneys,
liver and Bowels, cloaneoe the sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and cures habitual
Constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the taste and ao
ceptable to the stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial In ita
effect, prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances,
its many excellent qualities com
mend it to all and have made it
the most popular remedy known.
Bvrup of Figs is for sale in 60o
and fl bottles by all lending drug
gists. Any reliable druggist who
tnay not hive it on hand will pro
cure it romptly for any one who
wishes to try it. Do uot accept
CALIFORNIA FfO SYRUP. CO.
sah muuavo. rt,
uuitvtue. nt. ttm ton. .
THE PECULIAR EFFECT8 OF
ST. JACOBS OIL
NOT A LIQUID.
Look out for Fraud
and Oanta. ais strloa
Cushion and Solid T ire.
Stss. Drop For.inst. SU
Tub.ng Adjuftial. BtH B.rirtgi to running psrti.
irciuaing rvain. uipniion aiaai.
Strictly HIGH ORAVB in Every Particular.
Head S eeais la slain for oar 100-p.ire Hfoitrafea nfa-1
itiues, neToirers, Rportis uooqs, era.
Mfre., 14? Waihlnjrtos St., BOSTON, MASS-
GOLD MEDA1VPARIS, 187a
W. BAKER & COS
from which th zcm of oil
hita bcttfn rcmoTod,
It absolutely pur itt
it is Bolitbte,
iir utl Id Its preparation. It
hat mor than thr timet IA
ttrengt, of Cocoa rolled with
(starch, Arrowroot or Sugar,
nd 1 therefor tnt mor eo
Domical, totting Ittt than on
cent a cup. Itiidllcloui(Bonr
Uhlng, MrcnEthnlDtf. XaiiLT
Moisted, a ua admirably ad up ted for Invalid
M well a for person Jnhvalth.
Sold bf Grofr rerywlir.
W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Maii.
FN u 1 1
BEST IN THE WOULD.
Its wearing qualities sr. vuturpaMwt, aotaalry
eut tail ins tbrc. brixes ot anv nther brand. No
sOocu-d Ij bt. r"t;ET TIIK (JtNOINK.
OR KALE fV l)IiU.K UkNIkAiXY.
Thousands of Womon .
restlfv, from pemonal knowledge and
experience, tlint as a simple reliable cuts
for all form of female complaints, "
. Lydla E. Pinkham's
... Vegetable r
Is unequalled. Mrs. Mabv A. AllaT,
Lvnn, Mass., sast"! suflfered from
womb trouble, misplacement, ulceration
leucorrhcta, etc. After tisingr few bolt!
of Lvdia E. Finkham' Vegetable Cona
pound, I recovered ntirety.
All iwuijitu nil U. v h y Tt"'' fcn! "
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