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0U ever tlie vindr lira mil wl mne "- ' asm yog Ctiiw iiKi?" anked a yachtsman, Q etau.linj; on a bluff (,f t,t UJj tcl.in; the yachts sailing Cwr bay. t l'f uever seen the wiiiil," te- (rtCBl I'll tell yon bow yon inny. l, polished metallic surface of ttro L pore, witii a straight edge; a gttndaaw will answer tlie puriioKe. jtydr day. whether Lot or eold, Lr cloudy, ouljr let it not ruin or ronrkr other word, let y lie dry. Hold litis Metallic giir U riht ancle to the wind i. e , if f,,uJ i north, hold yonr surface 'urf west -and iucline it at an angle Jjf ji. . no Uiat the wind, striking, U( and flowa over the edge. Now uesrefiilly over the edse at some Jkot cleily netluwil object, uud j la the air How oT as wuter fit you flows gtitm. Uostou ik.be. q hear yonr mg raWlmr, some other said, pullinc hit udrlr.nlv snd .tif coat hutton In im' Iisd(1h. flut he jgrrtfaraw be wit detained by rheums --bts left knee. I preened Into hi hand patkafre. The next lav he ran to smi said "Wosiihrrful Ui .Saltation Pu!: 'amfment lsn font to Christianise the -od vf I .notion. fcsfirwe In liiisliirtw t-a he s msn that t it armors mm i pay. h, Hatter lis done a rtvat pood lu the kwrtrry almliouse, but kit work will nut kMipl'le till he n-ora a iruoii aiinjilyof fcjl'i Cough Hyrup, the people's remedy. II Hrrr4larw Arrwenpllebmenl- kia. owued ly Professor Miles ev- Wif.ira s;o. iuherited an seooninlish- r j ... i . . t ...i . . i j i al irora irrw miwuii:!, who uaa rmea erl to ait up in ah erect position jbiMastick in imitation of n sol W situ a iDtiaket. This dog wns Mt Irom his mother when but a few Jjiold. and before it lisd an oppor- 01 icnmins, any u icks uy lmila Withoitt any iraiuiii" when a nentlis old, he assumed tlio erect ilion whenever anything; was wanted, if that did not nttraet attention, ho 'peak, with a short bark. n vstlisr havl lin in the lialiil of -Western Kursl. I etrrf woman In this land knew fur her L..L. .......I I 1. - I ,..1.1.1.. ..I ,.l. . , h m olhfT Msshlnir itoan i-ould m atiM ml.. A m It l..,f r.4l.al. illl..a 1 fin tried It, Usve jou ! Ak vour grocer " Ir Willinm Y. Stead, editor of the lU Mall Clftzi-tte. was asked if women kid probably do impertant woik on ti DPwspaner of the future. Hosn irl: "Women in the future will tiswore important part in every-; it. In Ihn lower esllin''s of life. Mrs there is the riirrrnic of lieavy Ki;liU oud that sort of tiling to be pir, rs see ery liUle difiemnce mii the sexes in r.tiroi. It is onlv stiit higher enllinss, where there in Mr par, that tlio difference roues iui the women ura barred out." Srnn, lh ParaaMBO ! Paman. IM. MMli rJImftlJi. MMim mmA aulur rai.t Ml frk mh. mram mnd um-x mu.lii m t ti- SKtf. Wail laferntsiicn lr. ArtdrM ta Orna jTHMa im, rartiaaa. oregM. Twa sBrsnreaMargsrs. MBiddsiord. Me., tiro men ons a sltudr persou, and the other of tesperuou ju tlie neifhWoihosd of M) pwndi-wsre emplayed by n wamsii to tfsmts on ber family lot TIk v rNidjr.auo:ere,llisy were aware sicsrstion waa a deep tlsat the fat l u nuabla to ret ant of tb hole. sacWne wns constructed, sud after s itnisele the bi' one was once nsnthetop. In pay roeut fer their itMthe wosaau a abort time after. m'acli of the twe men five quin ts of; 'jusans eamigii to keep them out kfronud for nite while, if it w the worat. fcaeiiaage. If oWa TKlaf ,f offer Oon Hua4rad Itollan Kewanl tor air ot Calarrs that raa not be cured by m Halt's Cetan Cure. UKNKY X) t'ramt Tle.l (1 w, the . uaetanrigawal, bsve knowa K. J. sari hr toe last li years, sod believe him "Wily honorable hi il I huai n- trssaarliB, Itsaadall alile to carry out toy obllgs aw dv ineir nran. lni.WholeJUruceiji Tnlfitn Olilu wax, iwiwasa & siarria, nuoieaaie urug- jiaia, loieao, hum. IVsa IJoeae.n, Csahler Toledo Nstlooal tank. TnUl OkLn HifaOaUrrtiCureistsVea tnternally, set laasrtlv uooa the Uatid and muruua anr- Sn af'thfl lldmi lri,4 Cru. V-.M 1m H K all Ini,rru. ' ' fi nrUof Berk conntv, fs., havedft- j J i the writimi Will la I lwl VMV ENJOYS tw method and result when p of Fbw it taken : it u nleasant freatbgto thetaite, and acta J7t promptly on the Kidneys, f and Bowcla. cleanses the sys- eBecttially, dispels colds, head- ana lerera and cam habitual pttioa. Hrrao of Fin is the pTjemedy of.ite kind ever pro fa, pleasing to the taste and ac PPwIe to the itotnach, prompt in J actioB and Iruly beneficial in it- Drenared onlv from the most 1 and agreeable eubsUnccs, ny exoeilent qualities com id it to all and have made it !jnct popular remedy known. Iftrap of Fijra ia for sale in 60c , JfMbotUeaby all leading drug-, r- An rwfiabla drumrist who Mt hare It on hand will pro- it nmmntlv for anr one who to tr it. Do not accept nbKJtaU. m AiFcxx4 fib mup CO. j TIIliFARM. j Cayenne In,r in morat;on b a I faluKe iiifrmlipnt in the ar,n. f,.,i ngtotheinteriuilorganB. The winds ( tbw .,Won will make d I havoc with the flmks if they are and .H.inlly rftould the Jens be protected at niKht. When a mau U frightened or anp-y hw dative organM do not work; hiH u, also true of an uninial-henee the profit of keepinR it in a ppaccful ud d'arlew state by kind treatment. In fattening hogs, have a dry floored pen and plenty of clean bed imp. I)i8I(eiiW wit h that half of the pen generally allowed for rooting in theground. It w an old lielief that an animal that room into winter quarters fat is lutlf wintered. 1 . tin in mi- fione ot our 1iriifKtir ni.itnniu j wiii. li tlim Haying M ,lmro applied,, i iinn toNliM-p. The dairy interests of the United States, says an exchange, foot up to 1000,000,000, while the entire hanking capital of thecountry isonlv about '.!S1,(MM.I,000. The number of milt-h cows is 21,000,000, giving an average of :i.")0 gallons eatli an nually, or 7,:ir,0,000,000 gallons in a year. Cows are liable to severe accidents if compiled to tramp over icy paths to water, or if ice is allowed tone, ru m ulate aron nd t he wa U rl ng trough in the yard. There is no room for question about the economy of tak ing the extreme chill from the drink ing water for stock. Yet there are lew farmers who wilt take the trouble, and the least they can do is to see that the chilly watering places are not rendered inaccessible by ice block ades. florer For Nolae. It will be a sign of progressive farm ing when the owner of swine saves clover for his hogs in winter, or goes further and preserves in a silo sweet corn with which to winter and help fat ten his hogs. The possibilities of hog rearing with the right kind of silagu are beyond reckoning. We must have more hogs on the farm to make more fertility. The cost of w intt'ring is the present drawback; but with clover, silage, and roots there may lie an immense increase with corresponding profit. A good hn-cding how is a good investment, with a little more faith in the natur al food for swine. Cam of Cattle. If the aUW rc turned out of doors to drink or forexercise, do not lt them remain out to long, and guard against their having to plunge through snowdrifts or against slip ping upon icy places. A little ex ercise iu the open air in pleasunt weat her is Ueiielirial to all animals, but a half-hour in each afternoon is enough when the thermometer marks below the freewng point in the sun, and is too much ia a oold ruin or a blustering cokl wind. Perhaps the young stock, if well fill and livelv enough to cnj)er and play about the van!, may not be injured by a longer Whod out of door, but they should be taken in before they begin to hump up their backs and turn their tails toward the wind. Cultiva tor. How U Hllli Cow. Tlie most economical way to milk a cow, aH things considered, is to milk tlie two fore teats clean, leaving off itk a pretty full Htream, and then milk the hind ones down to a short stream, and, returning to the fore ones, milk them t the same eon dilion, not touching the hind ones again. This will leave the teats empty, and the bags too. It is a false 'notion that tuggiug away at the teat stimulates a cow to give more milk: but, on the contrary, emptying the bag as soon as possible yields more; then the cow can have the extra time to cat, which is a bet ter stimulus than either. A slow milker is never tolerated in the dairy district), and a "stripper" iH an inju ry anywhere. The sooner the cow is milked, and all the organs connected with ficding-, digestion ami secretion are left in their natural condition, the lietter it is for the cow.-Kural t.nuu- dian. The lloraa'a IsiUIr rwt. When the horse after working in brought to the stable to feed or rest it.h mud on feet ami legs, 11 ue ""'" hot and the weather bo warm, the legs and feet may lie immediately washed with moderately cool water, and then robbed tiry. juu weather be cold, warm water ougnu to bo use for the washing, and alter rubbing dry a thick flannel cloth i bo wound around each limb, and kept there till it becomes warm, and n moisture left remaining. Hie clot may then be taken off, and there will be no danger ortiHw r -u ... tism following, which is likely to be the case unless this precaution is used For want of it, many a horse is made lame and the owner remains gnorantofthe cause. If there bo m.il mlherimr to the out- imiuiui! ni- " , . tn sideofthefctlK;kitrnay be ieit iio 4M without n ury be'" bmg rut fkiniruFsradac. That farming bj too olten carried forward ir. a happy-go-lucky way.may account for the lartre numliV Zr slmbby buildings, dilapidated fence-, I an1 '"""-down apnearancea f ft, farms generally. The owner may be more often found lounging about the village saloon, or dawdling about the streets in an aimless way, than at work on the farm. This is the extreme case. Hi childrenare poor ly clad, but often clean, for the poor wife may be Htr.iirtrlino-tn iy them, despite the intemperance of the husband. If the husband is s truggling to better himself and fam iiy, me imiidings and fences will be r-ru in uBceui, repair until the time comes when bettter can lie built and the farmer will be found at home Ur-itbiiir il.. . ... . end. He 1 nuinuif- rarnesuy to tnis nun uuLuriuy. I ears may come i "j k. n goou vegetable garden will 1 cultivated, and trees here and there will Is; planted to give needed shade and protection. The time as length arrives when, the mortgages having been lifted, a modest house is built, and barns and sheds are ad ded. The stock is thrifty and ac cumulating from year to year, the farm becomes more and more fertile und soniethinglike the picture of the home of rai nier Thrift is pre sented to the view of the passer by. Fortunately, in the West, compar atively few surroundings of the first class are found. There are however, enough to keep in mind the fact that thrift in agriculture means a careful attention to the work in hand, and that an uccurate knowledge from month to month is necessary to bring the balance at the end of the right side of the ledger. Young fanners, comineni inir to carve out a farm, which picture will be your aim through life'.' I'rairie Farmer. The American Girl. It may fairly beacknowledgedthat the 'American girl" is the girl of the period. AVhat she may become in the future nobody can tell. At pres ent her destiny seems superb. Her father finds silver, strikes oil, kills pigs by the million, and raises corn by the square mile. She is pretty, can talk well, does not know what deference means, and enters Europe full of money. "If In? but shake a traveling cloak, Down our Appinn roll the scudi," said Mrs. Browning's Koman of John Hull. It isstill truer of the little girl whom L'ncle Sam do'-s his lwst to spoil bv unlimited tenderness and innumerable cheaueg, As n result of her beauty, her smart ness, or her wealth sometimes all combined she lias French nobles, Italian princes, and English dukes at ber feet, and can capture coronets at her will. Sometimes as Henry .fames and Mr. How ells point out, she is not so eager for these ornaments as mjght be expected. For the truth must be told marriage does not seem to the fair American what it still, means, to the majority of En glish women. Whether we call it a virtue or a fault, she can do without it. French women, their countrymen ay, are not blameless as wives, but perfect us mothers. Young Ameri can ladies of cult tire do not greatly lsire, it is said, either to be wives or mothers. It is well, t hen, that they should come to English soil to find for themselvis the attractiveness of English nurseries and honieH. They will learn here that no queen in socie ty has so true a throne us the wife and mother who mixes love with rule; und even is in future years the slen der Yankee belle is hidden behind the ampler beauty of the English matron, we still hear from her lips the wit and shrewdness, the acute accent, the in telligent questions, and the rapid repartee that proclaim her original nationality. London Telegraph. . Artificial Deformity. From the New York Pretw. The great trouble with the m;rn of the present day is his feet. The average complexion is well enough but the averttge loot is ii fright. Al most every man you set; has an enormous protuberance on his big toe-joint, buttons, I think they call lAcm, which is far fn pleasing to the sight or helpful to the gait. I Hupposo this is occasioned chiefly by the high heels worn by very young men mid very silly women. Nature intended the heel to be flat on the ground, but fashion not only hoists it tip an inch or two, hut sends it for ward toward the middle of the foot. This of course jams the toes into a a contracted space, nnd a growth which, if normal, would be nil right, tieiitg ubnoiTiial seeks room where it most easily can nnu it, mm me cun setpient is ft disfigurement ofn very auuntlf lill Jl II .1 interestitnr portion of our anatomy. Xaral Yarns. The story has been attributed to a former secretary that under his Mrst visit to a man-of-war he expressed his astonishment at finding "the darned thing holler." Tho yarn, from frequent use, has become some what threadbare, and the following has been substituted: Shortly after a new secretary had assumed charge of tho department bo made a tour of inspection, and while on board a craft in process of const ruction, was asked to define the properdimenHions of a hutch way. It was something of u poser for the cabinet olllccr, bnt J l 11 .1. .IM. inn tin tA after conwuerauio uciiui-iutiuh plied. "It depends in a great mons- lheHij!eoftheilcn and tb. "I , mM ,a , tn rtit on Har.nla Tell EawBvery Ttsaw. 1 "How lo I tell a newly married couple?" repeated a eapitol guide; y, easy enough. There's one oer there uow," and he pointed to a rather esiidily dressed pair who were strolling about the rotunda and easting wistful fiances into each other's eyes, "l'on aee there is all the difference in the rld between people who come here to put in a few odd hours of their honey moon and those who are really inter ested in the sights about the eapitol. I hose people over there don't enre a continetid about the glatunry or any thing e.e but themselves for that mat ter. You take them around and point out the most interesting objects about the building, and they will raze on them in a mechanical manner for a mo ment or two, and then return to the pleasins paotime of admiring each other. But then it is only human na ture, and we have no right to complain s ions, as they pay for their time. WtBljington Tost. The llrrpeal Hula. Some ono has ventured the very bold anggrstiou that as the French hare raised tlie highest tower it is for us to dig the deepest hole. The spot marked out for the experiment is the site of the 1W51 exhibition in Hyde Park. There would be a staircase round the hole, a shaft in the center and the whole would le lighted by electricity. In each strata there should be an excavated mnseuni, with siiecinieus of the minerals, fossils, etc. This would settle the question as to a coid deposit under London, also supposing the granite to be of aqueous formation. By entting through it we should reach the floor of the earth, and if it should be found that the precious metals are found eu masse, we slionld startle the world as did Christopher Columbus of old. Many other interest ing questions ss to the increasing weight mid Lest of the air, as to the state of the earth's center, the utilization of hot springs, the cause of volcanoes and earthquakes, etc., etc., might be satis factorily answered. Loudon Fheside News. Rally Kxciirslans South via. (he baali I.lne Coiiiiiif-DcliiK Nov. I, -and continuing dally until April ail. The Wabash will sell round trip tickets to all the winter resorts of the south, (food returning until June 1, 1890. Elegant Keclinlng Chair and Pullman Buflett Sleeping cars are run through from St. Louis, Toledo und Detroit, making the quickest and favorite route east or south. Passengers ticketed to and from all points in Europe via. all lines, at lowest rates. For rates, tickets, timetables uud full information, call on or write li. N. CLAYTON, N. W. P. A T. Agent, 1502, Varnain Street, Omaha, Nrli. Ilernlini !' Tllib. A eitrions fact about Sarah Barnhnrdt is that she has caused a most tuciptuous tomb to be prepared in Fere la Chaise for her own obsequies. It ia al 1 in white marble, with the one word, ".Bern hardt," inscribed above the portal. Within there is space for a single coffin only. The great actress desires to be alone after death, as she has been unap proachable in her genius during her life. Every year on her birthday ahe visits this tomb and lays upon it a wreath ol immortelles. Some one asked her why she did so. "Because," she said, "I would like to have my grave decorated with flowers after my death, and per haps if I accustom people to see it so adorned they 'will follow my example and keep up the custom when I am no more." Is there not something piteous in this Ranging of the moat famous no tress of her generation to the fleeting memories of those she will leave behind her? Philadelphia' Press.- Ha Knew It All. The bnildera tell a rather interesting story of a Buffalo eapittdiat who was nrettv summarily taken down for try in to let himself up aa the end of all thiuis iu whatever he undertook. No matter what was on foot, if he went into it he must have all the say and nobody else was allowed even a side remark. Not long ago he built a fine brick house. In this undertaking, as iu all others, he was boss and all hands, dictating to builders, architects, and all without the slightest hesitation. At last they grew .very tired of the browbeating they had to stand and let him have his way whether it was right or wrong. The house was finished and shortly after ward the owner set about building fur nace fires to test his heating apparatus, when behold, there wasn't a chimney in the house! Exchange. Llickr PPle. Ompbelllville (KyO Times-Journal, Not. t. AVhen it was stated here that Win. and TV. P. Fawcett held ticket No. 63,856 which last month, drew the first capital prize of $300,000 ia the Louisiana State Lottery and had re ceived their money $15,000 a great many persons thought it was a joke. The Times Journnl man, wishing to know the truth of the matter, saw the parties and was assured that the. report was correct. They received the money last Friday week by draft, which was paid bv the Bank of Caoipbellsville at this place. It is certainly a large Investment for a dollar. They have for several months been buying one or two twentieth tickets in this lottery and stated to us that they had always drawn enough money to pay for their tickets up to the time of drawing the capital prize. It will tie remembered that some time ago, I.Mr. Sam Frank Spencer, of our neighboring .town, (ireensburg, drew I5,000 in the Louis liana State Lottery and that several times the adjoining county of Marion has been lucky iln holding tiekeU drawing from $500 to $15, iiou. i An "accidental find" of an Immense coal bed has been made at Mahony Plains, Pa. It is so Evervwiikrb. F,. K. Ball, drug gist at Uiatsville, Kon., has this to write about Allen's Lung Balsam : "It Is the best selling throat and lur.g remedy, and gives ireneral satisfaction. I cheerfully recom mend It." Buy the large $1.00 bottles for lung diseases. Tlie czar has an Iron -clad train constructed for himself. When Baby was sick, we gave her Castorla, When she was c Child, 6"ae cried for Castorla, When sho became lllss, she clung to Castorla, Whea sha had Children, she tare them Caitoria, Don't heap coals of Are upon your enemy 6 h?ad. .Remember that coal is $6 per ton. The University of Pennsylvania has decided to admit women on the same terms as men. 'Tis Frkoumtlt Recommended. Mr. II C. Mooncy, of Astoria, 111., writes us that Allen's Lung Balsam, which he has sold for fifteen years, sells better than any other rough remedy, and gives general satisfaction. 'TIs frequently recommended by tho medical profession here. Never go to bed with cold or damp feet. You but sing of the beaut y of springtime, That glows oa the cheek of the Jouog, But I sing of a beauty that's rarer Thaa anv of which you have sung. The beauty that's seea In the faces Of women whose summer Is o'er, The autumn like beauty that charms us li nr MAM t hsn the lieautv of VOTC But this beauty is tea loo rarely. The fates of most women loose the beauty of I TiiMth iwvinn. Female disorders are like I f rusts which come to nip the Howers which heinken vund 'health, without which there I nn he nn real beautv. If our American wo men wmi lil fortify themselves aeainst the approach of the terrible disorders so preval ent anion ? them, bv usine Dr. Pierce's tavor-1 ite Prescription, their good looks would be retained to a -sweet old ace." This remedy is a guaranteed cure for all the distressing weakBe&fieg and derangements peculiar to I women. Dr. Pierce's Pellets, one a dose. Cure headache, constipation and indigestion. A bouncing baby should be Imbued with elastic spiral A 10c. Cir in lu.lily, but only a tc Ctfu- la prica I is "Tuil!' Cum-B." Massachusetts machines shoes In twenty minutes. make a pair of I A 12.50 Pwpar rarl.Ti. The Youth's Companion gives so much for the small amount that it costs it is no wonder it is taken already ia nearly half s million families. With its fine naoer and beautiful Illustrations, its weekly illustrated supple-1 menta. ami its double holiday numbers, it I seems as if the publishers could not do I enough to please. By sending 11.75 now you I may obtain it free to January, and for a full vc-ar Iroin that date to January, inai. a dress, the Youth's Companion, Boston, Mass. It takes twenty-seven house and stables of W servants to run the I K. Vanderbllt The Portugese government is uneasy over I the recent revolution. W TRADE CXf I MARkHJ DY7oPA CURES PERMANENTLY SPRAINS. Washina-ton. Tel.. June M. 188. Had suffered on and on for fifteen yearn with strained back; no trouble with it now; two years ago was cured by St. Jacobs OIL No return. H. CARTMELL. At Drcgoists AND DtSLCB. THE CHARLES . VMCLM CO.. lalUaiSfa, SICtmEADACIIEI roeltlvelyciired byl CARTERS Sweat i.ittie ruia. They also rollers Die trssa from Dvsrjeneis.In- rligeation and ToeHsmrt; Eatlns. A perfect rem I IVER wdy forDitUneas.KanaeaM Lirowsineee, una issue in the Mouth. Ceatedl Tonene.Pain in the aide. TUitnu iiiVEtt. Thejl reaulate toe Bowela. Purely VowUble. rnce aa cents casus lasicnn co., mrmxn Small Pill: Small Dose. Small Price. GAIN OXE POUND A Day. A GAIN OF A POUND A DAY IK THE CASE OF A MAM WHO HAS BECOME "ALL KON DOWN, AND HAS BEGUN TO TAKE THAT REMARKABLE FLESH PRODUCER, OF PURE COD LIVER OIL WITH Hypophosphites of Lime k Soda IS NOTHING UNUSUAL. 1HIS FEAT HAS BEEN PERFORMED OVER AND OVER again. Palatable as milk. En. dorsed by physicians. sold by all Druggists. Avoid substitutions and , imitations. SMITH'S BILE DEANS Act on the liver and bile ; clear the complexion s cure billouaneas, alca Beaancoe. .i. a aii liroi end stomach disorders. We are now making small si Bile Beans, Mmerinllv adapted for children and woinen--KfiJl and eaay to take. Price of either i' c aMITMaCO.. St. L0UI8. MO. YOO WILL SAVK MONKVI Time, Pain, Trouble and will OL KSS Catarrh. by uslotr Ely's Cream Balm Apply Balm Into each nofltril. ELY BROS.. 50 Warren 8t. N.Y. ItoiB-flCm Fnni sinn m: r wwtt? r r''-.! Ann im"- I. Ms.is2yjl lirillUI athouis: a. IJWsw.ar,' I we awsii frM. t garl 1 W. N. U n P ISO'S REMEDY FOR CATARRH. Best Easiest to use. Cheapest, Relief is immediate. A cure ia certain. For Cold in the Head it has no equal. C i -Xj-u It Is an Ointment, of to the nostrils. Price, by mail. Address, u 1 I. '"S&t l 'W.U . j v 71 i MM r -.xB-B-mm-t- I "'-ti , ., .... JJSi ' -.ir it rAITH r wsa r ' rULiY, AND, Yoo wVtiA8i ' that there. t& one .KwrF0 COUGHS 4 COIDST m Swiss maW T . Aliens (yNS&Qisaii) Solo.bim druggists . - - -- An- Ik C J.H HRitis Co iKST "Ci. HAVE When von arc addrened ae above, yonr fra hm- pulae i to look at the driver. II the day be Heray - river is wise men, twu wiii hmu . Fish Brand Slicker." and be will tell jess that he is aa comfortable on the box as his paasew--rer in the cab, and that lor hie business this cant: is invaluable. When yon get once inside a " KanV ' Brand Slicker ." there s no such thine as wen ass for you. It doesn't make the una Ural dnfercBCw whether it rains, hails, sleets, snows, or okrass. You are absolutely and aolidly comfortable. Gcs. one at once. Mo danger ol your not liking u anew wards. It is a waste ol money to boy any sean waterproof coat. They are worthless after a less -weeks of hard usage. Beware of worthless sae-- Itations, every garment stamped with tfte r - Brand " Trade Mark. Don't accept any miens- coat when you can have the " Fish Brand Slicker delivered without extra cost. Particulars sast illustrated catalogue free, GRATEFUL COMFORTING. A But A CAB? rJEPPS'S COCOA BREAKFAST. ' By a thorough knowlede-e ot the natural lae whic-ii gorern the operations of digestion ass wev tilllnn anil b s rarMfiil unnllentlnn Ol US Sseat properties of well-seleeted Cocoa. Mr. Bona irorided our breakfast tablee Ith a del flavoured bererage which at iv s save us many bannr- doctors' dims, it s by the Judicious use artlclesof diet that a eenstitutlon mar be (crwawns- Ir built up until strong enougn l-i resist 7 dency to disease. Hundredsof subtle malndsse goatlng around us ready to attack wnererers la a weak point. We mar escape many a ratal br keenlneourselrrs well fortif and a properly nourished frame.' ei: tomneu wn eusrtfe. M&d ilmnlv with bnlllnw water or milk. with pure bleest '- IHpU Sen - oul; in ball-pound tins, by Urooers, labelled Ikw:. JAMES EPPS CO., HamaMpafhio Crsswush,. Ltnden, England. MUSIC INTHE AIR Hemdunsrters fer llnutl Instruments, OrtiHi ()orsOwa-- flts Accordeoue. Violins, Banjos, slaiidolins, Osiasst. Klthsrs Hsrmoniess, Strings for every instrument sswdsy. rull stock of Sheet Music, U usl Beeks, Bead east Oe ehestra Musle Bend Folios, Instruction Books fewntw Instruments. Anyone sending la an order win reeeew e cop; of Music FKEK. Write to us for prices asm aea alogues, stnttng ebat kind ot goods wonted. irBAVja naianes nnwi awnka IseBv.. Handsome Ulua Ij halt a ban .tratlone of waesr--- lred of she awas-- son's sensation the couotrr's fe Ttse twill arnsus with anl breeding, etc. of a horse paper NaUonel Stock years paper was . ..i This .tl sts.lll.irjs aa evens- strew-, -sm sausn Bersw cles Grandest ' ever publlabadL man seiw samw. worthawf worth rear s wiu ass-' even htter. flend lb cents tor n conr t Tha Marwesmsua, aaa aseusrfcwrm sML, I prestrlbe and fetrr exs noree stig u ae i apeciac fortbecenauac er thu O. H. INQRAHAaf.M. ma terde.es, K.'T We have aold Big O ar saany rears, nnd it hews ;lveo the beat of awAtw actloa. D. B. DYCHK 1 CO, CblcnstevlH.' t I "X. "X. sar wj Bl.wO. field by I MORTIIERN PACIFIC. N LOW PRICE RAILROAD UKES-n FREE ftoverament LAND8. MILUtONS OF ACRES In Jtlnneaota, Nonli. RtaTMonutna. Idako, Washington and Oirgest. wCMfs CfsPfibllc LR rwnbest t'Stiuns wiin sseps acicnvios sssw Agrieu Itanlraitng and Tlmbssr ettlera. SENT FREE. Addiwaw t .Kuril now onen toHeUlere. ! PIT IV B I IHNflRH a-aviMi lemwisswv uuau. ii. iisvauiuuii, st. faui imnra. WkmmmtSSStSmmmmmimimmmU Chmrletrtoy-v, Mam ' a mm 0 tTIIT. Book-keeplnaT. Penan n wLdff IWl HnZa. Irtlhmaf lf) Hhnrfhunrl m euarhlr tHKht by matl. Jowratea. Clrcularn iVttvi BHTANT'8 COhLKGO,m Mtvln St.,BulTkli.ll. Xi WIVES ,11011 Id and may know how child taaa be effected without Pain or InformattonmntAmlea. AVtvnmmnmi DR. J. H. DYE, Buffalo. IK-rW 505 a Bioirrn and boarr raissv. or hiehest commlslnn and SO DAYS? CRsDlT In sfiKTS on our Simb- B. aixvCILKB 4k CO., Hi AdamaSI .Chtt-ageviE! ill CIA BCIiCltV Will cure Blood Poison wie-v RIAblv nCmCUl mercury falia. Owne 4tm iIe only by Cook ltemedy Co.. Omaha, Hub. Writtv. l Tba It mmrtrnm . mmmsT D .sTJ I I smW MM s KU aaaT cure. ir. J. la... nnimi BKHtriaiMs. habit evm-Ca Mlo er UAConvaoleDOBV Bav-t Meaker Madtcta Ca. Coioaflrxa OL- TELEGRAPHY." I American School ol Telagri mnlM a food pajfm to cvrrv vmrtivatta. clesrapbyJbladlMgWiaw Omaha, 493-4 o - w try; Lru which a small particle is applied1 60e. Sold by druggists or sent E. T. Uazeltinc, Warren, Pa. TO MAKE A Delicious Bistuit ASK YOUR OSOCES FOR OOW BRAND S0D1MSILER1TUS. sasoiurciT rues. rtSte: jga! (1 r i I' iv if . 1 1 y I fi Si II - ' " .. .,- i v rriiliiti liuniuvr tm w"v ' ' . - swWamTliJrswe WSSSWW ... :i i . bed ofl.-A. U. Alien,