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di ui ng to accor •VIRE CHON 8 wltl\ cac hBoniE DliND&Clrra. Swellings TM CHARLES A. VOGELER CO.. Baltimore, Md. _ DRINK bl SB A Tru« Combination of M OC HAr JAV A and RIO. Picture Card Given With ovory pound package. For Sale every where. Vwlui Epic* Co..Toledc. 0. I BigClisthearknowledpftd leading remedy fur all th® unnatural discharges ana private diseases of men. A certain cure for the debill« tatiug weakneu peculiar to women. Ipreecribeltandfeeleafa l THtE¥Mt$CHE«MWll.C0. In recommending it to 1 WRCIHHATUO ■■■ sufferers. iCwohm Tj J. 8T0NER, M 0 .,Oec« T u»,!u. Bold by BrajfSta. PRICE 01.00. BK* 1 TO 5 ■mim Btrietv** HUOBlTbf CrUe A to NwPrB cwi DOC BISCUIT lia «Btirvlv diflertnt from any other. l>oea not leanM diarrhoea, bogs eat it in preference to ■other brands, and it costa no more. It con I taint ponnd for pound twice the nutritive qual 1 Hies of any other brand. Send for free book on " management of dogs in health and dir*asc. (Utatl price lOo. per lb. Samples sent by mail for 5 cents. MSOCIATSD I'AftCiu* 400 N. Third tit.. Philadelphia, Pa. Hew Hro c mm ■BP* Retail price U "Sanativo' CORIP Send RADI ARE YOU WEAK\ If von suffer from LOST MAMtOUD, NERVOL8 DISEASES, OK LOSSES of any kind from EXCESSES, we willgiveyou a FREE TKlAl. of this WONDERFUL 1KD ICIKB. W K GUARANTEE A CURE in every case. Write us to send you a FREE ■" m - IRID CHEMICAL MANHOOD t fui Imprudence, causing Premature Decay, Nervous hebllity. Lost Manhood, dec., having tried in vain every known remedy, has discovered »simple means of sei r •ure, which he will pend (sealed) FREE to hlsfcllow-suf ferers. Addroe» J. II. REEVES, Em\. Box 2290, N. Y. City. MOTHERS. ÏvkttÎ:no. 1s 'pS«^ï per package, sent post-paid, with full lu*t imitons. Clr eular* ami *e*llinnuij»l.« U>r 6c Mann»*. Addresn .DR. SNYDER. Lock Box 4SI. Chicago, HI. Reduced 15 to 25 poun«. im month by harm lees herbal remedies. No bt&rviug, no Inconvenience. Confident ASTHMASy.RED.FREE bj Mall te ufftrtr«. Dr R. Bt'IUI'FHAN, Bt. Paul,Mina. $65 A MONTH v® Brizht Youne Men or A Board for O Ladies in each count, P. W. Zirqler A Co .. St. Louis, Mo. m r. w . « wt oumfort. Pamphlet free. Sam* pi. pkn. 10c. The Pcdlno Co., New York. FLORIDA W al FREE INFORMATION. Cheap homes for all. Scad stamp for illustrated "Home seeker." O. ■. Crosby,»» Fraaklla BLN. V. nnil I C Beat In the World. UillkLwi Catalogue Free. ■ORGAN, KELLY A TAN Er HILL, Waterloo, la. W. N. U. (lmnbn-UO-41. COLDHEAD RELIEVES INSTANTLY. KLY BHUTHERS, 5Ö Warren St. New York. Price SO ctsj P ISO'S REMEDY FOB CATARRH.—Best Easiest to usa. Cheapest. Relief is immediate. A cure is certain. For Cold in the Head it has no equal._____ CATAR R H It is an Ointment of which a smr.il particle is applied to the nostrils. Price, eoc. Sold by druggists or sent by mall. Address. E. T. Uazklti.s k, Warren, Pa. 6-TOM tuxfc $60 'S Ac FOR FREE JONES of BINGHAMTON, Binghamton, N. Y o à, Wî v „ grow j-ôâf in bhe light*of jHieir works, especially if* 'the y use SArO Li ©? it is fitsolid c&ke ofscouring soap used for All cleaning* purposes. All grocers keepir. LOVE S LABOR S LOST to please bar bousshold and works bortolf to doath lothaofforf. N too houso dooo not loo«« bright to spto, oh* l«to tin blunt—It things art upturn«! while houio-c loaning gMa aw-wby Mmto •I*!** Om remedy le within her reach. II ehe «see 8 APOLIO everyth leg will M •taaa, and tka reign «I houtt-claaning d ltordtr wtü be quickly aucf About Washing Flannels Dr. A N. Bell, Editor of the Sanitarian, New York, writes : « Pearline has gained special ascendency in my household and in many others to my knowledge, for cleansing flannels. Your own directions for its use are those we abide by: 'Wash flan nels by hand \in lukewarm Pearlint suds ; rinse thoroughly in warm water; Wring dry (by pressure through clothes wringer) ; pull and shaWe well; dry in warm temperature ana they will __ J keep soft without shrinking.'" f|ri «a /4./-V*« As one wash it sufficient to min flannel*, <■"* I 3 1 kr LI should be exercised at to the use of the many imitations which are being offered by unscrupulous grocers or I is never peddled. Millions Use Pearline. Do You ? Aawai ne|ie bHIHkVVVE A Disease TTnoc countably Prevalent. The prevalence of ailments attributable to miasmatic poison in the air that people breathe, and tho water they driuk, is well nigh unaccount able. Not alone iu pestilential swamps, badly drained suburban districts, and marshes exposed to the sun's rays by the receding tide, is this scourge of humanity found. Even in great cities, healthfully located, skillfully sewered, well looked after in every respect iu a sanitary way, wre find malaria. Its presence is often inexplica ble, but its attacks are always preventable. The protector is lloatetter's Stomach Bitters. The eradicator bears the same name—a name known to thousands throughout our broad land and else where as u synonym of relief, prevention and cure of the insidious disorders in its abominable phases—chills and fever, bilious remittent, dumb ague and ague cake, as well as others. Nor is the bitters less effective for indigestion, kidney com plaint, biliousness and rheumatism. The de?il never pushes a ratn who is will ing to stand still and do nothing. A great mistake perhaps was made when Dr. fclierman named his great remedy Prick ly Ash Bitters; but it is presumed that at tout time all remedies for the blood, etc., were called Bitters. Had lie called it Prickly Ash "Regulator," "Curative," or almost anything but Bitters, it undoubtedly would have superseded all other preparations of similar character. The name Bitters is mis leading; it is purely a medicine, and cannot be used as a beverage. Earthquakes to both men and continents always come suddenly. lloimutM* Liver Ibnls cure Uii.iouhnkss. lloluiuu a Liver Puds cute Inihokstion. The wisest men have never in any age been be>t men. Dors Your llubv chare easily? Laren* •* I. Y -CHI- BIN L ' ' Nursery Powder positively Cl'KES CH A FING. Mend 25c. in stamps for large box. Sam ple Free. Lazell, bailey Box 17dS, New York Many people who are ravens at home pass for doves aw ay from home. Prickly Asn Bitters is a vegetable com pound, pure and reliable. Give it a trial, it w ill help you. People who carry sunshine with them are always welcome.______ •' A Pntent Lfnthfr Shine." Try B'xby VTliree Bee" blacking. Polishes quick. Preserves leather. Family box has patent handle. The way to get good is to do good. Better a kind "no" than a snarling "yes." P RICKLY ASH BITTERS One of the most Important organs of the human body is the LIVER. When it falls to properly perform its functions the entire system becomes deranged. The BRAIN, KIDNEYS, STOMACH, BOWELS, all refuse to perform their work. DYSPEPSIA, CON STIPATION, RHEUMATISM, KIDNEY DIS EASE, etc., are the results, unless some thing Is done to assist Nature in throwing oil the Impurities caused by the inaction of a TORPID LIVER. This assistance to necessary will be found in Prickly Ask Bitters! It acts directly on tho LIVER, STOMACH and KIDNEYS, and by its mild and cathartio effect and general tonic qualities restores these organs to a sound, healthy condition, and cures all diseases arising from these causes. It PURIFIES THE BLOOD, tones up the system, and restores perfect health. II your druggist does not keep it ask him to order it lor you. Send 2c stamp for copy of "THE HORSE TRAINER," published by us. PRICKLY ASH BITTERS CO., dole Proprietor!, ST. LOUTS, MO» He Knocked Out the Pnnon. Senator Pettigrew had some account to give of the Town of Bismarck, which was in those days tho terminus of the Northern Pacific railway. That center of population was then composed of seventeen saloons and gambling houses and thirteen other buildings. When Pettigrew arrived a variety show—ad mission 15 cents—was being given in the middle of tho principal street iu a big tent. A parson—-one of the en thusiastic missionaries which such an exigency in civilization's advance brings into being—was mounted on a box outside tho tent declaiming on tho advantages of salvation for the benelit of a gathering of gambleas and other rough characters of all degrees. This distraction annoyed the manager of tho variety show, and presently ho came out and, mounting upon another box, said: "Gents, salvation is free all tho year round. This show is free for precisely thirty minutes." And every man in tno preacher's audience, without a moment's hesita tion, deserted tho parson and walked In to see the show.—Boston Transcript Honesty Prevailed. A miser hauing lost £100 promised CIO reward to any one who should bring it to him. A poor man found md restored it to the miser, and de manded tho reward; but the old man, in order to baffle him, alleged there was £110 in tho bag when he lost it. The poor man, however, was advised to sue for the money; and when tho case came on to bo tried it appeared that the seal had not been broken, nor tho bag ripped, and the judge said to tho defendant's counsel: "Thebag you lost had $110 in it, you say?" "Yes, sir," "Then," said tho judge, "according to the evidence given in court, this cannot bo your money, for here is only £100; therefore the plaintiff must keep it until the true owner appears." Verdict accordingly, with costs.— London Tit Bits. The man who never praises his wife de serves to have a poor one. Don't!— If a dealer offers vou a bottle of Dr. Hull's Cough .Syrup without wrapper or labels, or in a mutilated condition, don't touch it—dou't buy it at any price, there is something wrong—it mav be adangcious or worthless counterfeit. InsLt upon getting a perfect, unbroken, genuine package. He Was In No Doubt. Foots, looking out of the window of his sitting room, saw a man ascend the steps of his residence whom he didn't wish to recive. To be candid, he was a bill collector. Calling the servant he bade him tell the man that he (Poots) was not at home. 'Did you tell him I was out?" said Foots when the servant returnedf roin answering the bell. T did, sir." ■Did he appear to be in doubt about it?" ■Not at all, sir; he said it was a d—d lie.—Texas Siftings. 1 I ! I ] ] 1 i I I J. Henry Sellman, Collector of Inter nal Revenue, Baltimore, Md., believes In It for rheumatism. He writes: 1 have trie 1 Salvation Oil, and believe it to be a good remedy for rheumatism. A Tattooed Woman. •Here is a tattoo that is hard to beat," pursued the professor, as he ex hibited a photograph of a tattooed la dy's back, containing what he declared to be the most delicate and elaborate designs ever pricked into a human form. It represented St. George mounted on a plunging charger, with his lance upraised, in the act of subdu ing his old enemy, the dragon. The young lady, who gets a salary of $200 a week in a Parisian circus for carrying this piece of art around be tween her shoulder blades, is enjoying the best of health and claims to have been greatly benefitted instead of be ing injured by the operation.—Omaha World-He rald. _ Dobbins' Electric Soap does not chap the hands, being j erfcetly pure. Many people afflicted w ith Salt Rheum have been cured byita use. Pieserves and whitens clothes. Have your grocer order it and try it now. When experience comes to a standstill faith dies. _ Give the right man wings and he will know what to do with them. Men never have to give security when the borrow trouble. »HAVE YOU EVER TRIED THKM1» If not, it will pay you well to ask your dealer for a pair of Kirkendall, Jones & Co. 's own mako shoes or boots and take no other, as they are all made of the best selected stock and by skilled workmen. We guarantee every pair as repre sented by us and you will surely lind that they are the best goods for the money on the market. Our "Prise Medal School Shoes" are giving universal satisfaction in every respect and you should at least exam ine them ; then when purchasing, re member price paid, also the service and comfort your children receive and you will always buy boots and shoes manufactured by Kirkendall, Jones & Co. We make all styles and on any last, thereby enabling the dealer to fit the foot perfectly. In case your dealer does not keep our line, let us know and we will tell you where to get them. Remember, the name to ask for is Kirkendall. Jones & Co., manu facturers, Omaha, Neb. A medicine that baa been eohl for tear* must have merit. This Is the esse with 1 'uicki.y Ash Uittkbs. Yon may not be able to do great things, but you can be fsltbful Id little ones. to we When Onhy was lick, wo gov* her Coetorla, When shewn* a Child, shocried for C^storia, Whon oho h o n s m s Him, oho clung to Coatorin, Wkm « s h s it ChflBrea, oho gavo thorn Ca o lw K PECULIAR INFATUATION. Different method* of following the ■ ■■junction "Love One Another." Do men fall in love with each other? Women do. Not long ago a young woman in New Jersey was mai vied to n youthful laborer on her father's fun^i. Sometime afterward it was discovered that the husband was a female. The young wifo refused, however, though earnestly entreated by lier friends, to give up her chosen e""—'" 4 - Thostrnng est part of the diso« ins tho fact that tho bride knew 1—j husband was a woman before she was led to the altar. If men do not exhibit this strange infatuation for one of their own sex, they at least oftentimes give evidence of tho fact that they love one another. There are many instances on record where one man has given his life for another. There are many more in stances where men have given life to another. It is a proud possession—tho knowl edge that ono has saved a precious hu man life. Meriden, Conti., is the home of such a happy man. John H. Preston, of that city, July Util, 1S1)0, writes: "Five years ago I was taken very sick, I had several of tho best doctors, and one and all called it a complication of diseases. 1 was sick four years, taking prescriptions pre scribed by these same doctors, and 1 truthfully state I never expected to get any better. At this time, 1 commenced to have the most terrible pains in my back. Ono day an old friend of mine, Mr. K. T. Cook of tho firm of Curtis & Cook, advisod mo to try Warner's Safe Cure, as ho had been troubled tho same way and it had effected a cure for him. I bought six bottles, took the medicino as directed and am to day a well man. I am sure no one ever had a worse caso of kidney and liver trouble than I had. Before this I was always against proprietary med icines, but not now, oh, no." Friendship expresses itself in very poculiar ways sometimes; but the true friend is the friend in need. You will never know nan until you learn how to love them. rrvt i9 In General Debility, F.niaclatloli, Consumption anil Wasting in Children, Scott's Emulsion is a most vulual le food and medicine, It creates an appetite, strengthens the nervous system and builds up the hotly. "Have been highly pleased with it in Con sumption, Scrofula, and Wasting Diseases Bronchitis aud Threat troubles.''—A. Junks, M. D., Coruersvllle, Tenu. If you want to be great don't tell the birds about it. ____ If you are in good health you do not need medicine, but when you arc sick you doneed PiticKLT Asu Bittens. is No man can ever lift himself an inch by thinking about himself, ; Mr.. Wlntlow's Soot him Syrup, for Chil dren teething, aoftcus the cumi, refill ces inflamma tion, allai» pain, cure» wind colle. 2ôc. a bottle. Love letter* by telegraph do not give satis faction. _ Do not fall to read about Prickly Ash Bitters in this Issue. It may be of benefit to you.______ The hardest battles we fight arc the ones we have with ourselves. - SD (f) "«Vo other Weekly Paper givee euch a Variety of Entertaining and Instructive Reading at so low a price." SPECIMEN COPIES AND FULL ANNOUNCEMENT WILL BE SENT ON APPLICATION. Illustrated Serial Stories. The Serial Stories engaged for the year will be of unusual interest and Finely Illustrated. Through Thick and Thin; by Molly Elliot Seawell. Nepigon; by C. A. Stephens. Kent .Hampden ; by Rebecca Harding Davis. Suleika; by Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesen. The Heygood Tea Service; by Elizabeth W. Bellamy. Army Life and Adventure. A Phenomenal Scout; by Gen. O. O. Howard. Reading Indian "Sign ; " by Gen. John Gibbon. Hunting Large Game; by Gen. John R. Brooke. In Big Horn Canon; by Gen. James S. Brisbin. Naval Life and Adventnre. Adventures of a Middy ; Admiral David D. Porter. Powder Monkeys; by Admiral S. B. Luce. A Chat about Samoa ; by Admiral L. A. Kimberly. Overland in a Man-of-War; Admiral J. H. Gillie. Latest Discoveries in Science. Thi* Series of Paper* explains in a «impie manner the recent researches of the greatest Specialists in Science. The Sure ; by J. Norman Lockyer, F. R. S. The Moon; by Prof. E. S. Holden. The Earth; by Prof. N. 8. 8haler. The Ocean ; by Camille Flammarion. The Sun ; by Prof. C. A. Young. College Athletic Sports. By Harvard, Princeton and Yale Captains. College Boat-racing; by R. W. Herrick. Foot-Ball at Princeton; by E. A. 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A Serie* of Four practical and holpfal Article», wU*h will prove suggestive sad valuable to any girl; by Amelia E. Barr. "Jenny June." Mary A. Livermore. "Marion Harland." And other Favorit« Writer«. Weekly Editorials on Current Events at home and abroad. A Charming Children's Page Every Week. Household Articles will be published frequently, giving useful Information la tho varloat dep or t m e n t« of h omo I Art Work, Fancy Work, Embroidery, the Decoration of Booms, tho Core of Plant*, Cooking, and Hint* 0 « i THIS SLIP FREE TO JAN., 1891. To nap Mow Sahocrlhor who will ont ont and aead na Uhl» eUp, with ■ Ps«-Oae* addr*«a and ll.fS, we will send The Yoath'o Companion Jaaoary 1,1891, and for a Poll Y oar from (hat Date. Thin sft r tael PITH DOPBI.E HOLIDAY NUMBER« aad all tho ILLUSTRATED ¥ SUPPLEMENTS, «end Ctaeh JW * qj lnsOrdsr. er Si» t »Hr» « UUm. WITH $1.75 The Youth's Companion, Boston, * Jhwrf —fwifr fTfr Nnf I —Mm* 1m i f 0 , 000 JI—BBt. gr£> £ * if Wi '/ L »VRK.HT ism " Well! Well!" That's the way you feel after ono or two of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets have done their work. You feel well, instead of bilious and consti pated ; your sick headache, dizzi ness and indigestion are gone. It's done mildly and easily, too. You don't have to feel worso before you feel better. That is tho trouble with the huge, old-fashioned pilL These are small, sugar-coated, eas iest to take. One little Pellet's a laxative, threo to four are cathartic. rrvt * , -a * * * • I lhoy reffulato and Cleanse tho liver, ! , -, - .ii , * j stomach and bowels—quickly, but thoroughly. They're the cheapest pill, sold by druggists, because you only pay for the good you get. They're guaranteed to give satis faction, every time, or your money i9 returned. . I Thato tho peculiar , ... ! plan all Dr. Pierce s medicines are sold on. Can you ask more? GRATEFUL-COMFORTING. EPPS'S COCOA BREAKFAST **By a thorough knowledge of the natural law* whtoii govern the operations of digestion and nu* tritton. and by a careful application uf the tine properties of wel!*«elected Cocu». Mr. Rpps has provided our breakfast tables with a delicately flavoured beverage which may save us many heavy doctors' bills. L 'S by the judicious use of such articles of diet that a constitution muy be gradual ly built up until strong enough t * resist every ten dency to dliu'a*e. Hundreds of subtle maladies are flot ting around us ready to attack wherever there is a weak point. We in»y escape many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well tort!fled with pure blood and a properly nourished frame. * Civil Servicê Gazette.** iiL „ 1J1 Made simply with boiling water or milk. Bold only in half-pound tins, by Grocers, labelled thus: JAMES EPPS A CO., Homoeopathic Chemists, London, England. A per of everv kind. 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Also l*nv<ni(ft dependent JAMES TANNER, Late Commissioner of Pensions. WUMlllUBtOU, !>• Cs SI. II. GAUTKS, SI. 1»., EYE! N08E! EAR! THROAT! SiFKriALIST. Graduate of Kush McdlcilCollege, 1S71. Xllt noise Kye and Ear Infirmary, IBM. New York l'olyclinlo. IBM). Glasses fitted in stock Glasses fitted. Artificial EyM 1104 O direct, - LINCOLN, NBA A PLEASANT CATHARTIC LIVER Pll _ Ko»y to taka Perfect Actloa, Reliable» lafW i'urea Sick Headaehe, ( onai .patlon. Dyspepsia» flear» iho rempln loti, r-milatrR tho vrhoi« lyittm. Prie«, U coals per box. The Heat Pll| on Karth._Tur Sal* by Drum E. C. DEWITT & CO., CHI Dniffvtat* CACO. R'f D 00D ThoosADdi ef young mta « _ women in tbn U. 8. A. our* th«ir Uvm and their health saé ' I» Till I.IADIHG ai.l cuivrais». •JLhJI Ridge'« Fund. By Druggteua, food u W""" j- wooijiîcr II, A CO., Palmer» Maas Rev. T. DeWitt Tannage's chrIs?! Entitled JFKOMMAjnByr^^ Inelul ------ ta ef Jerwaalem on Day of Or«ri|itc. feet in length and printed in 12 color*. WONDER. $75.22, to $250.2» Persons prof on «J who ran furnish a hors# and give their wholo time to ths business. Spars moments may be profitably employed alro. A few vacancies In town» and ciüca. B. F. JOHNSON A CO., 100» Mala street, Richmond. Va NEW Apply LAW CLAIMS. Milo B. Steven A Co# Attorney», 1419 F Street Washington, D. C. BRANCH OP FICKS-Cleveland, Dcuoit, Chicngo. I JOHN W.nOBKlR, _______J Wuhlngl.it, D.G. I 13yrs iu k«at war, 15 a4|udlcatiug claims, aUj aiuca.