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s « rn ONE ENJOYS Both the method and results when Syrup of Figs is taken ; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste, and acts gently yet promptly on the Kidneys, Liver and Bowels, cleanses 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 ac ceptable to the stomach, prompt in its action and truly beneficial in its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities com mend it to all and have made it the most ponular remedy known. Svrup of Figs is for sale in 50c and $1 bottles bv all leading drug gists. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on hand will pro cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept any substitute. CALIFORNIA FIO SVRUP CO. SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. towsmu, nr. new york. *.r. ''German Syrup For children a medi cine should be abso lutely reliable. A A Cough and Croup ullc ;y Ic i ,il , ulc - " H mother must be able to Medicine, pin her faith to it as to her Bible. It must contain nothing .violent, uncertain, or dangerous. It must be standard in material and manufacture. It must be plain and simple to admin ister; easy and pleasant to take. The child must like it. It must be prompt in action, giving immedi ate relief, as childrens' troubles come quick, grow fast, and end fatally or otherwise in a very short time. It must not only relieve quick but bring them around quick, as children chafe and fret and spoil their constitutions under long con finement. It must do its work in moderate doses. A large quantity of medicine in a child is not desira ble. It must not interfere with the child's spirits, appetite or general health. These things suit old as well as young folks, and make Bo schee's German Syrup the favorite family medicine. ® I If U 0 * 1 Juive a COLD or COUCH,; i acute or leading to CONSUMPTION, SCOTTS EMULSION I OF PUKE COD LITER Oil AND HTPOPHOSPHITBS OB' LIMB AND SODA :mm tjmj ouru vor irr. This preparation contains the stimula 1 ting pro|>ertles ot tlie Hgpophnsphitrs I and flne Norwegian Oxl Livrr Oil. Used I by physicians all Uie world over. It Is os | I palatable ae mille. Three times as eOlca- I cloua as plain Cod Liver OH. A perfoet Emulsion, better than another* mado. For all forms ot Wasting Diseases. Bronchitis, CONSUMPTION, Scrofula, and « » Flesh Producer l ; there is nothing like SCOTT'S EMULSION. It Is sold by all Druggists. Let no one by profuse explanation or Impudent entreaty Induce you to aooept a substitute. P RICKLY ASH BITTERS One of Un most important organa ol tho human body id tho LIVER. Whan it faila to property perform ita functions the entire system becomes deranged. The BRAIN, KIDNEYS, STOMACH, BOWELS, all refuso la perform Unir work. DYSPEPSIA, CON STIPATION, RHEUMATISM, KIONEY DIS EASE, Mo., are the results, unless some thins Is done to assist Natnrs to throwing Ml tho Impurities soused by the InacUeo Ma TORPID LIVER. This assistance so III ba («und In Makly Ash Bitten! N Mit A ratty m Km UVER, STOMACH Mi KIDNEYS, aiM by its aiM and catfcartle MtoM M d g int rM EmWRmHB* iwtom Umm trgans to a Mad, bnalthy Mnditlo*. and mm Ml dl nnm arising from Umm causas. It PURIFIED THE BLOOD. tOMS Hy Um systsai, aad ratara parted hanilh. It ynur druggist doaa act has* Kask bin to nrdar it far you. Sand Zeitung far espy el "THE HORSE TRAINER,** pnbHahnd by m. PRICKLY ASH UTTERS RO., feUPrariaton, ST. LOUIS, lea I CURE FITS ! Whan I Bar ease I donoS n — n «e s s a i s toste» the» fare Hew sad them has. Unes wiura apt a. la eas niWsm. I has. b»I# tb. diMsae of RTS, KPI. LEFSYorFAIXINO SICKNESS alite-teoateady. I Will ssf iWMdj to h. tb. wont sum Basum elknhmhMh ae auau IWadmmdihia ease. Inddnashr a truth, aad a flea BoMlasd mt tefallibU ndy. Oise Etpnas aad Pate Oise, G. HOOT. M. C., 1S3 Pearl Ht., N. Y. W. N. U., Omaha, * 658—5. Mie ■■ curious to Know. | "l an I see well from there?" said the nice old lady with the silk mitts. I us she laid a linirer on the box sheet and looked over her spectacles at the ticket seller. ■ \cs, ma ant—those are very good seats both for seeing and hearing," said the young man. •■they re not as good as these over here?" queried the old lady, taking a leap with one finger still—to the oth er side of the house. • those are good seats, too, ma'am." •'Don't you think thev'ro too fat back?" '■No. ma'am." ' 1 hon they're too close—where are those seats you showed me just now?" ••Here they are. ma'am," said the young man. taking out the coupons from the rack and beginning to nut them in an envelope. "No, I don't want them—I think I like those on this side- only there's a pillar just there, isn't there?" "No, ma'am, there's no pillar in that section. Will you take those two?" "N'o. I think not. My daughter'll be around this afternoon and look at the plan. I don't know what she wants," and the old lady ambled aim iably away, totally unconscious that she had kept twenty men and women waiting for ten minutes while she prac tised "shopping" on the ticket seller. —Pittsburg Dispatch. We have revolved "No Trade feerots to Keep," and a little book that we hardly know how to name. It calls itself "Fui ns ANh fill it Turns: Points for Practical Tree Planters." The title is altogether too mod est. 'lo the reader it will not give a notion of its real vaine. It is chock lull of practi cal information on fruit growing from the highest soutees, and just the informut'on one wants. \V<? haven't space to tell what it Is like. We can only say. seni» kok tiir kook, for Stark Bros.. J ouisiana. Mo., will send it free to all.—Partners' Call. Wolves and Dogs. Whether there may or may not be ground for the opinion held by some that all dogs are descended from the primeval wolves, their near kinship is proven by the fact that hybrid off spring are by no means uncommon, the pups or cubs, as might be expect ed, inheriting more of the wolf than the dog nature. You wear out clothes rn a wash board ten times as much as on the body, llow foolish. Buy Dobbins' Fleet t ic Soap of your grocer and save this useli ss wear. Made ever since 18C4. Don't take imitation. There are lots of them. Complex Organism. The most complex of all the animal jtissues is the brain. The fibers of one (single optic nerve have been counted under a microscope to the number ol 'about three hundred. A Fart. [From nn Interview, V Y. War'd ] In an interview with a leading drug-house the K. Y. World, Nov. lv.HJ, gives the fol lowing comment on the proprietors of relia ble patent medicines: "Jle Is a specialist, and should know more of Hie disease he actually treats than the ordinary physician; for while the latter may come across sav fifty eases in » year of the particular disease which this medicine com bats, its manufacturer investigates thou sands. Don't you suppose his prescription, which you buy ready made up for 5U cents, Is likely to do" more good than that of the ordlnafy physician, «ho charges you any where Iront t'J to 410 for giving it, and leaves you to pay the cost of having it prepared I "'Jlie (latent medicine matt, too, usually has the good sense to coniine himself to ordinary, every day diseases. He leaves to the physician eases in w hich there is imme diate danger to life, such as violent fevers, lie does this lecause. In the treatment of such eases, there arc other elements of im portance besides medicine, suc h as proper dieting, good nursing, a knowledge of the ratient's strength and so on. Where there s no absolute danger to life, where the dis ease is one which 'the patient can dingnose for himself or which some physician has al ready determined, the patent medicine maker snvs "fearlessly : '1 have a preparation which is better than any other known and which, will cure von.' In nine cases out of ten his statement is true." This is absolutely true ns regards the great remedy for pntu, 8t. Jacobs Oil. It can ar sert without fear of contradiction, that it is a prompt and permanent cure of pain. It I au show prools of cities of chronic eases of 20, 30 and <0 years' standing. In truth it rarely ever falls if used according to direc tions', and a large proportion of cures is made by half tlie contents of a single bottle. It is therefore the best. Talking Birds. Birds are the only animals besides man which can be taught distinctly To articulate and utter sentences, 'which, though of course not under stood by the birds themselves, are none the less surprising to listen to. State of Onto, City of Toledo i Li cas Cocktt, I * Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he la the lenior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing husinesa lu the City of 1 oledo, County and State aforesaid, and that said firm w ill pay the sum of ONE HUN DRED DOLLARS for eueh and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catakhh Cere. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence, this 6th day of December, A. D., f XT, l A. W. GLEASON, 1 * L I Notary Public. Hall'* Catarrh Cure la taken taternally and acta directly on the blood and mucous sur faces of the tjstem. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY *CO., Toledo, O. pr* Sold tty Druggists, 75c. The woman In an Imitation sealskin sack la inclined,to plush easily. A man who hasn't religion enough to hold him level in a horse trade needa more. What washed a beautiful thing a genuine un 'Roeetud" Indian must he. inretl Potatoes for stork. A fam.er who bn* expérimente 1 with sweet potatoes as stock food, claims that they can not he beaten It any food tried at a mill producer, ami that hogs fe 1 on them fatten faster then when fed on milk and corn. In addlt on their well known table qualities make 'hem a vegetable well worth raising, especially ta they are so easily grown. The first thing n toper asks for In Japan It a gln-rlcksha. _ The singer who baa a baritone Toice and tries to sing b ass la a bas e hypocrite. Sira. Wlnalew'a HeethUcSFra», far Chil dren teething, softens lbe gums, reduces Inflamma tion. alter* pain, c ores wind colic. Be . a bottle. A email boy Is not ncccsiarily impecunious Because ha is strapped. I clieeituliy reeoninieml SnlvntJon Oil for chilblain» ami »prallt». Weli*\p tilted it at' hnnie for these trouble»^ und ihrer appl mire relief ln euch case.' It's tbr lio>s liniment. J. «I. NUlUol.K. (of .1. J. Norfolk .k Bro.,) 00 8. Charles M., Balto., Mil. A Poor Mebior'a Hard Pale. In a certain county in the eastern part of Vlie state there is a case coin ing under the poor debtor law. A man was arrested on execution for debt and thrown into jail. He was stubborn and refused to pay. so the creditor kept him behind the bars, paying his board at if'.' a week. When six months had expired the prisoner came to the conclusion that lie would disclose, but in order to do this he must, under the old law, which pre vailed when ho was arrested, pay all the costs of disclosure and expenses. He was unable to do this, as he had no funds, and the consequence was that he remained in jail, where he has now been residing several years, his board still being paid by tho creditor. It is said that the latter is determined to keep the fellow in prison, and has gone so far as to set aside $-.000 in his w ilt to board tho man after Ins death. — Lewiston Journal. Next to petting tnairli d, probably tbr most ini) miaut duly the ordinary Iran l.as to per form In a life time is to run fur a bottle of Dr. Hull's t ough t>y;up when the baby has the croup. i A Ho)*» (.rent lle.Irr. There is a little hoy up town who was 8 years old a few days ago. lie has so many things more than any lit tle 8-year-old needs or wants that his indulgent mamma finally said to him in perplexity: "Harold, 1 really don't know what to get you for your birth day, and I think 1 shall let you choose this time what it shall be. Now you tnay say just what you would like most to do or have, and you shall have it." "Just what I want to do?" queried Harold. "Yes, for this one day." "T hen 1 don't want to have any thing, mamma: but I do want to do just one thing awfully, if you'll let me. 1 want to put on some ragged clothes and go all aloue out in the streets and lick a Mick. I know I can." And he did.—New York Sun. Protect Your llealtlu Cold and moisture combined have a torporieing effect upon the bodily organs, and the digestive and secretive processes are apt to be more tardily performed in winter than in the fall. The same is true, also, of the excretory functions. The bowels are often sluggish, and the pores of the skin throw off but little waste matter at this sea son. The system, therefore, requires opening up a little, aud also purifying and regulating, and the safet, surest and most thorough touic aud alterative that can be used for these purposes is Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. Persons who \> to escape the rheumatic twinges, the dyspeptic agonies, the painful disturbances of the bowels, the bilious attacks, and the nervous visitation so common at tiiis time of the vear. will do well to reinforce their systems with this renowned vegetable stomachic and invigorant, It improves the appetite, strengt liens the stomach, cheers the spirits, und renovates the whole physique. That which is called cynicism is often only disagreeable truth. Aman never gets so poor that be can't borrow trouble without security. Galveston is tlie coming sea port of the south mnl invites the north to visit here, February nth to 10th, during her grand celebration. "Habit makes tlie mon," but the ninth part of a man makes the habit. " 'Brown's Bronchial Troches' are ex cellent for the relief of Hoarseness or Sore Throat. They are exceedingly effective."— Christian 'World, Loudon, Eng. Fa*ith, hope and charity—the loan of an umbrella. The Galveston Mardi-Gras, February 5th to 10th, will be the graudest celebration ever held in the south. The other kind An honest man pays up. has to pay down. _ When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria, When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria, When she became Mias, she clung to Castoria, When she had Children, she gave them Castor!^ 1 he pugilists are the fellows who make their money hand over fist. SwEmsn Asthma Cnt never fails. Send your address. Trial package untiled free. I Collins Brothers' Drug Co., St. Louis, Mo. Ignorance of the law excuses no one—ex the ' cept the lawyer. HOW TO GET WELL is a question of vital importance, but it is equally important that you use some harmless remedy; many people completely wreck their health by taking mercury and potash mixtures, for pimples and blotches, or some other trivial disease. S. S. S. is purely vegetable containing no mercury nr poison of any kind. And is at the same time an infallible cure for skin diseases. Treatlaa on Blood and Bkia dlaeaaet free. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta. 6a. au .ui« I» >w s«*a if. I. MM,, hr a*Mn He le.eee r.ni»i». "——-— Oeld hr eU Leset eher hied. Ms/oss * iH «i « < CMiCNseTxe Chcssic Beat Cough Medicine. Recommended by Physician», •a where all else fails. Pleasant and agreeable to the Cures where all else fails. Pleasant and agreeable to the taste. Children take it without objection. By druggists. SEEDS NCP T P r .0N ^ l T V 0 ^ ; SO/XXkr* BUS,. SEED! LmpoTATDca chcap; '\ T J ei v-'J ohnA.Salzf.rl j jV( . r it is ] The Only Shoe Factory In Omnha. W. V. Morse & Co.'s Men's, Wom en's and Children's medium and fine grades of shoes, made in our large fac tory in Omaha, Neb. Ask your store keeper for this brand; they are the best. W. V. Morse & Co. have the only shoe factory in Omaha so when tho merchant deals with this firm he knows he is buying from lirst hands, and at headquarters. In one year, we have made so good a reputation for our "Morse's School Shoes" that wo have been compelled to make other important lines. Merchants If you want shoes that will wear! That will fit! That will please your customers, send your or ders to W. V. Morse & Co., Omaha, Neb. Fifty Dollars in Gold Reward to any one finding a piece of shoddy in any of our own make of goods. We only sell to merchants. W. V. Morse & Co.. Omaha, Neb. Due lo Negiert of Ille Voler. The result of widespread neglect to train men and women to good reading and speaking is apparent in the very disagreeable voices which tire heard upon side. In a fashionable parlor tho women's voices when taken in con cert are often a perfect babel of un musical and irritating sounds, while those of tho nten are very little better. Yet all of this might easily be over come by systematic and judicious at tention to the laws governing gentle, well articulated and refined speech.— Jen ness-Mil ier Maga/.inc. Many ] copie think that the word "Hitters" ran be lift'd only 1n connection with an in toxicating beverage. Tiiis is a mistake, as the lest remedy fur all diseaseso; the Mood, kidneys, etc., is Prickly Ash Bitters, purely a medicine and every article used in its manufacture is of vegetable origin of known curative qualities. The lot of the real estate dealer is good or bad according to location. ' (iarttel mu k tica«l.i-hc. It is rations tlie Indians want, not orations, If you want to sec something tine, see Galveston Maidt-Gras illustrated hangers. The man who can't sing and hasa baby is usually made to sing, are cured bu us ng to accor DiREcnuNawttii ^SoreThrqat* WoüNDS. cuts. Swellings THE CHARLES A. VOGELER CO.. Battlmort. Mtf. SICKHEA DACHE ~ PohIM rely cured by the»? Little FUI». MTlicy also rsli-.e Dinj CARTERS ■ittle Tiver B PILLS. très« from Pynuepeia.In digestion and Too Heart y Eating. A perfect rem edy for Dizziness,Nausea Drowsiness. Bad Taste in the Mouth, Coated Tongue.Pain in the Bide TORPID LIVEH. They regulate the Bowels Purely Vegetable. Price U Cent»; CABTEB MEDICINE CO., NEWYOjUL Small Pill. Small Dose. Small Price. M. H. GARTFA, RI. D., EYE! NOSE, EM THROAT! SPECIALIST. Graduate of Rush Mcdlctl College, 1871. Illl nolse Eye and Ear Infirmary, 1884. New York Polyclinic, 1880. Ula*M* fitted. Artificial Eyes in Stock. 1104 O Street, > LINCOLN, NEB. MOTHERS' fMEHjl auuCMIU BIRTH tiSY I ' if uaao BtFo m con fin«m«nt. Hook to "Mothiks'* Maii ed Kb«!. BBADtrUCLU MEOI'LATOR OO.. ATLAMTAJOA. Mold nr all Dhuocisti. DCÂIITICC' figure, freliulcl fur lue. nrilll I Ir A< '««Ine I sise. J. H. liny <t( u, ULIlU I I LU Box l!.O0, ts.11 Francisco, Cut. ■ nv. wconfort. Pamphlet free, »tu ple pkg., 10c. The Pedlae Co.. New York. A peculiar fact with refer ence to Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery is, that, unlike sarsaparillas and other blood medicines, which are said to be good for the blood in March, April and May, the " Discovery " works equally well all the year round , and in all cases of blood-taints or humors, no matter what their name or nature. It's the cheapest blood purifier sold through drug gists. Why ? Because it's sold on a peculiar plan , and you only pay for the good you get. Can you ask more? " Golden Medical Discov ery " is a concentrated vege table extract, put up in large bottles ; contains no alcohol to inebriate, no syrup or sugar to derange digestion ; is pleasant to the taste, and equally good for adults or children. The " Discovery " cures all Skin, Scalp and Scrofulous affections, as Eczema, Tetter, Salt-rheum, Fever-sores, White Swellings, Hip - joint disease and kindred ailments. ■V^ASELIHsTE. ROVE DOLLAR amt as by mall, we will leliver, free of nil charge«, to any person In the United State«, ull the following articles :arofully pucked 1 n a neat box : One two-ounce pottle of Pure Vaseline 10 ot*. One two-ounce bottle Vaseline Pomade lûcta. One Jar of Vaseline ('old ('ream..........lficts. One cake of Vaseline ('amphoric«......10 eta. One cake of Vast* il ne Soap, unscented.... 10 eta. One cake of Vaseline Soap, «ccnted.......25 eta. One two-ounce bottle of White Vaseline 25 eta. ——51.10 Or for «tamps any single article at the prlco. If you have occasion to use Vaseline In any form be careful to acceptonly genuine goods put up by us In original packnges. A great many druggists are trying to perauade buyers to take VASKLINKput up by them. Never yield to such persuasion, a« the article It nn Imitation without value, nnd will not give you the result you expect. A bottle of llluB Baal Vaseline I» told by nil druggists alien cento. CHESKHKOn.H «Tg. ('•., C4 Hist* 81., KiwYnh Prettiest HOOK Ever Printe«l* TREE SEEDä" On* cent a pkg. Up if rar«. Cheap, pure, best. 1000000 extras. Beautiful Illustrated Catalogue free. H. Shuinway. Hocklord, 11„ SWEET POT ATO ES «ent out to bo sprout ed on tho sha res. No experience required. Directions for sprouting free. Address. T. J. SKINNER, Columbus, Kansas. McIntosh Battery & Optical Co. STEREOPTICONS MAGIC LANTERNS. CHICAGO, ILL. MANHOOD msvm fui Imprudence, canning Promatute lb*r:«y, Nui-voiih ;v. *-•> I j sing Premature Manhood, Set'., having tried in vain t him discovered a simple means of d (scaled) FREE to hin fellow ferers. Address J. H. KEE v KS, Ksq. llox N. Y. Debility, Lo known rem« . , *, which lie will s I* Dll KafH Sfiyrsil How to win at Cards Ulfe« etc. A «tire thinjr, «eut free to anyone on receipt of Ic.RtunipBtopayJ K Btatre. Addi-e«« or call in penton.R M bUïüAM, 2S Union Square, K. Y. ■UCinM J OHN W.mOBHlN, ,__IwSMwNw Waalilngiini, 1*. C. 13yr* iu but war. 15adjudicating claim*, atty nine©. Bed Khfi .______ ________ ________ ___ «11 kinds of Canvas guodtt, OMAHA TCNT AND AWN 1NU CO., 1113 Farnnm Ht., Omaha, Neb FREE GARDEN MANUAL of 36 Pkff'B tl.(J0A*IL Amih, Mndioon, Win. SEEDS l do. i'Arn AoTHHALlnk k~A||BC||oeeer fails; send us your ial if UIUbII BOTTLK g P g g !. m. AocHi«TM,«.i.r ff Er Without ooat Addrea. Llugulat, HerUdale, N. T. i Agis. Le*l. Hoblel. A Co.. 3al D'w.y.N Y 'When stovens gef Hdy they polish the bottoms of thepans?-wnen RVA fare giveifeaaiHgiBSötney < never tired of cleaning up< Two servants in two neighboring houses dwelt, But differently their daily lalior felt; Jaded and weary of her life was one, Always at work, and yet 'twos never done; The other walked out nightly with her beau, But then she cleaned bouse with SAPOLIOe GALVESTON'S Q-13-AJ^lD 3ÆAJK33I - Q-EJLBI —AND INTER-STATE TRADES DISPLAY FEBRUARY 5th TO lOth INCLUSIVE. Don't (ail to see the U. S. 8QÜADEON OF EVOLUTION. New before in. Southern Waters. _ SPANISH AND BRAZILIAN SQUADRONS EXPECTED. 8pedal Round Trip Tourlat» Ticket* over »11 liaea. Aak your aaaraat Uekel agent 1er Illuatratad Hanger, Frogramnie anti further lnformeUo«. ; or 5.00 3.0 o * 2.00 Udi m K40IES «8 •is GE.N' W. L. DOUGLAS S3SHOE cenVlemen. VC.DO (■ciiulti«» nn rleirnntnnd w ut y 1 Inti divsH ohne which commends luwif. •AGO llaml-MCM <*«l Wolf. A fine on If shoe un ^ equalled for Style anddnrahlUty. • 0.50 C.»n«lyear Welt is the standard dreno Shoo, nt a poj. 1 8*0.50 l'ollremun'i for railroad men. far............. All nindoin Congres*. Button and Dace. • 0-00 for I.AiUfH, la the only ltaiul-«ewc<i ^ ahoe hold at thin popular price. lO'ßO Ihuigolii Shoe for I,»«lie«, In anew de » narttire and promise« to become popular PJY.00 Shoe for l adies, itnd «1 1.75 for Minne» «till retain their excellence for strie, etc. All pond« warrant« .1 and NDunfMtl with an me on bottom, f udvert 1 tied local agent cannot mpply you. send direct C factory enclosing advertised mice or n i*ost»l for or irblanks. W. !.. iHlliil Av ltro.ktnn. Mom. pula- price. » Shoe is especially adapted CHAS. SHIVERICK & CO., ami Matt 1 4 will the Wholesale and Rttatl dealers facturer» of FUKNITUItE ANI> CARPETS. Carry a complete assortment of everything in their line, front the very cheapest to the best. \Ye manufacture a greater part of stock, especially for our retail trade, and are selling goods at the very low est prices consistent with good work manship. When you visit Omaha you are in vited to call and look through our stock whether you wish to purchase, or not. Carpets, Curtains and Window Dra peries at the lowest prices. Special inducements made to hotels or people furnishing houses through out. Chah. Shivkkick & Co. 1206-1208-1210 Farnani St, Omaha. BOILING WATER OR MILK. EPPS'S GRATEFUL-COMFORTING. COCOA LABELLED 1-2 LB. TINS ONLY. Popular Tfl«|r«pb, Uuidfto Flirt* tune Tcltdf, Mftrio 4 Mill Author«—49 piece« with I *11 person.* who send 10e. «itVRt Bio tho nett 80 d*ja wo wit >d * package containing all tha slowing 1 91 oomplcto Loro Storing n alar author«, Bat of Da» 6 Portrait* of l'emalo Celeh rltiM, Dictionary or Dreams, tt I, 194 rimandnm«, 97k Aatograph Selection«, 97 Magical experiment*, Loren* ~~J rial Ion, Golden Whoel Pof lyrtlc Age Tables, Uum of piece« with fhll direction*, 9 Mono Telegraph Alphabet*, 11 Parlor Game«, Calendar fur current rear, Game« of Shadow Beff, LeUm, etc., the Deaf and Dumb Alphabet. Bend 10e. *G rer at onoe and receive thle BIG BABGADL Address, NAHHAU CO., 6« ft «0 Pnlton HU H. Y# Biff a la tbBacknowlHdfftd leading remedy for all th§ unnatural dine barge« Mi private dlseoaes of men. A . certain cure for the debill* 1 inti nt weaknesB peculiar ___ lo women. - I Mi donirby ä I picacr.be it and feel «W lTnrEvMi>CHE »tcnCo, » H ** , J, 8T0HCR, H_D.,P l<l>TWt J kL * 0, f. R Yc£r*' iTokDAYH g bum Bum in«* ilLOO. T. Y Down With High Prices.*' THIS SEWIN6 MACHINE OXOXjT $io X Top Bui»tefl,«H.M R«nw»|T.M Boed Carte... IO N WWou,M.W ----- .. - ■- y, fl.oe ION other ArtlclM *t Ualt Frloa. arm OEIOAOO MALE 00.. 0hteer>. 1 , liifi. poultry, du birda.moektufl büua, n v non iwi min dot*., ptcroui. *uw nah,.. DOC FANCIER 8 S£J£TCS 2 £ LOVERS of BIRDSV^;: riKLD, 400 N. 3d St., rhiladalphin, Pn. Inventor of the oldoat, itrongMt and boet Cattl« Powder mad*. 4 dorea free, by autlk EMORY Mind wnnderfnff cored. Bonk« learned? in one rnading. Teetimoninls from ol» parte of the globe. Pmapeetus PORT' iscsnsts: HI ______ CM 11____ Tbonsaade of yuuug^ men nod their lires nnd their health and their happinsM to Bi d es '* Posé their dal I? diet la lefaney end Child heed haring heeb _1 Hidge . Food. By DreariM*. IT IS TUB LSASIVO FOOD U ÿ«"" ï,* ,H, U'' e * * ew> P et e w Haw.