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He Coemtermanded His Order.
had feeen to a jeweler's and -se-
lected an alleged diamond riug-, price
$8, and hud arranged to pay on the in-
f3S3 itallment plan, when his girl suddenly
iiijp- wdd to him the other evening:
"wi "James, I feel it my duty to tell you
,|vi*\ bhat I have been engaged no loss than
Ijp^ lour taoies, and that I have broken
%f Bach engagement myself. In each in-
&
stance the young man presented me
jr with a paste diamond, and I could re
Is* spect him no longer. Please take warn
5 ing and govein yourself accordingly."
i has countermanded his order and
will give her a box of plain candy.
Detroit Free Press.
m\
His First Experience,
"What is the matter, my sonp1'
TfAME Tins PAPER evnrUma you writ*
JOSEPH H.
V-KAtfB THI8PAi'Bevarttme rooms*
in-
quired the benevolent gent'eman
And the pale, trembling boy, who
was lying across a barrel on his stom
ach in an alley back of a cigar store
making exclamations in a sort of and broken Englfsh at convulsive intervals,
said he guebfe^d he was one of the vic
tims of the smoke nuisance.Chicago
Tribune. SEND FOR XXiSjTT3X,:Et_A.,X,:i3:D
'Old pioneybags mopes in his office all day,
At snappish and cross as a bear
The clerks know enough to keep out of bis
way,
Xest the merchant should grumble and
swear,
Kven liibby, the cat, is in fear of a cuff.
Or a kick, if she ventures too near
They all know the master is apt to be rough,
And his freaks unexpected and queer.
IT IS GUARANTEE
Prspsfs fw Sprin
Now is the time to prepare for spr.ng, and your
own System is of first importance. If you bare not
felt wellduring the winter, if you have been over
worked, or closely confined in btdly ventilated
rooms or shops, you need a good tonio and blood
purifier like Hood's Sarsaparilla. Take it early and
you will ward off attacks of disease or escape the
effects ot impure blood and that tired feeling, so
common in the spring. Do not delay. Take Hood's
Sarsaparilla now
"I wish to state tha ooneflt I derived from
Hood'a 8arsaparilla. 1 have used it in the spung
for three years for debility and can say that 1
gained in flesh and strength after using one bottle
It has also cured me of sick headache." MRS F.H
ANDREWS, South Woodstock, Conn
"I took od' Sarsaparilla for loss of appetite
dyspepsia, and general languor It did me a vast
amount of good, and 1 have no hesitancy in recom
mending it." W. WiLiEFORD.Quincy.Ill.
Hood's Sarsaparilla
Sold by all druggists. $1, six for $5 Prepared only
by I HOOD & CO, Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass
100 Doses One Dollar
My Laura's hands are smooth and soft,
I love to feel their touch
Yet how she keeps them so I oft
Have wondered very much.
"Tis Ivory Soap," she archly cried,
I use no other spell,
And as I clean all else beside,
My hands improved as well.'*
A WORD OF WARNING.
There are many white soaps, each represented to be "just as good as the
they ARE NOT, but like all counterfeits, lack the peculiar and remarkable qualities of
the genuine. Ask for Ivory Soap and insist upon getting it.
Copyright, 1886, by Procter & Gamble.
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unB*uniu MBAiMB* Nothing onthe farm PAYS Better
NORTHIEHNURWWBN than a good meadow or pasture, and
the way to get them is to follow the
directions given in my pamphlet on
'Grass and 1 oragePlant Culture' which
is sent Free to allwho ask forit. YTa
carry tremendous stock of Northern grox* Grass and Clover Seeds, and can
SAVE YOU MONEY every tune. Get our Catalogue. It tells all about it.
SALZER'S EXTRA GRASS MIXTURE K^&y S*
bushel, 2.00 per 100 lbs., S 13.00. Sow it andcut 3 rousnig crops annually.
The great fertilizing plantmaking the desert fertile, and everywhere doing
well, sinking its roots deep the soil, finding nourishment and moisture in all
soils and climes A clover everybody should try in the East. West, North and
South See Catalogue about it By mail oz 10 cents lb 35 cents. By ex
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tfQftWS#li
i Many packets @Se Qts and lbs
at wnolesale prioci W pay post
a go ixtia packets with oiery
oider Market Gaideneis, ask
for GAKOfcAFRb' LIST.
J. B. ROOT & CO., Rockford, III.
JL PROMINENT MERCHANT IN TROUBLE.
To correct a sluggish or disordered liver, and to cleanse and purify fee
blood and thereby sweeten the temper,o Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
has no equal. I improves digestion, builds up the flesh, invigorates the
gystem, dispells melancholy, and makes life worth living.
benefi
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mended, or the money paid for it will be refunded.
Copyright, 1888, by WORLD'S DISPENSARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, Proprietors.
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NORTHERN GROWN
SEEDS!
ATTORNEYI WASHINGTON,
J!v,
WLL GET YOTJ
i-9 PENSION without BEI^X
What makes the old fellow so surly and grim,
And behave so confoundedly mean?
There's certainly something the matter with
him
Is it stomach, or liver, or spleen?
We've guessed itbis liver^
bad.
Five is sluggish and
tim
His blood is disordered and foul.
It's enough to mak any hopelessly mad,
And greet his a growl.
ta
cure'if.takebesefrienonwith
PLa3 no matter of how long "r^djPfc
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PERSONAL AN
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O.A.I'.AJCiOGrXrrEI OF
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MNP
LITEftAKY,fc?
George W. ChMa, of Philadelphia,
iwns the original manuscript of Dick-
n&' "Ou Mutual Friend." Her has
-efused 1,00 for it.
a
Louisa de la Ramee received the
aame "Ouida" from her baby sister,
Shafc being the nearest the little one
jould como to Louisa.
Richard Gifford Palgrave, the
Arabian traveler, is dead. According
to the Jewish Chronicle he was boi*n a
Jew with the nsrae of Govn, but
changed it when he married.
In a lately published story book
tor boys, the author has a boy thir
teen years old capture three burglars,
save four persons from drowning, dis
3over and put out a Are, save a city
rom inundation and find $50,000 in an
illey.
The New York Graphic of a late
late made note of the fact that it was
Sfty years that day since "Oliver
IVist" put in his appearance. The
story had been running some months
as a serial in Bentley's Miscellany,
but it fir3t came out in book form Ma
23, 1838, and a clean copy of the orig
inal edition is worth thirty dollars.
It is a law in Germany that no
iterary work may be dedicated to a
member of the Imperial family unless
not only comes up to a certain
standard of excellencewhich point is
submitted to a board of savants for de
3isionbut also contains new views or
liscoverias of some nature. Th law
s said to be enforced with only rare
sxceptions. gfc*,j
The late Mr. Levy, the proprietor
?fthe London Daily Telegraph, bought
that property for $4,000, and he, with
his brother and son, made it one of the
lozen great newspaper properties of
the world. Old Mr. Levy was a very
charitable man, simple in his manners
and tastes, and was the last professing
Jew of his family, all of whom now
bear the name of Lavvson.
Writing from London, a corre
spondent says of the author of
"Robe rt Elsmere." "Mrs. Ward is
a most delightful woman, simple,
charming and entiiely unspoiled by
the tremendous success which her
work has bt ought her. She is highly
gifted in many ways. He music is
extremely good. She has a most
happy and complete life a husband
who adores her and to whom she is
devoted, three very clever children,
and quite a* much social success as
she wishes, with money enough to
gratify all reasonable desires."
The name America has long been
supposed to have been derived from
A-merigo Vespucci, but Mr. Thomas
Je St. Bois challenges this tradition in
a pampniet on The Discovery and
Origin of the Isiame of America.
Lie seems to establish conclusively the
fact tliat it is I eally of native origin,
and that South Americain which the
Spaniards made the first settlements
was known as Amaraca Hana, or
Amaraca land. This fact was well
known and unquestioned until Ludd's
pamphlet in 1507 wrongfully at
tributed the origin of the name to
Vespucci.
HUMOROUS.
George"After Miss De Pink, eh?
Are you solid with her father
0
ROOT'S
0 Gus
"Solid? Every time 1 am with her
father I am petrified."Philadelphia
Record
"Say, Sam' When you proposed to
Miss Shekels did you get down on your
knees
"No, old man, I couldn't.
She was sitting on them."Columbia
Spectator.
Worthy of it. Scribsy"Hallo!
Deacon Fenderly is dead." Quill
"How much space shall we give him'""'
Scribsy"Well, as he was a pillar of
the church I suppose he ought to have
a column, but I shall only give him a
stick."
Mrs. Smith"What do you sup
pose makes the new minister so under
sized? He looks as if he hadn't got
his growth." Mrs. Bascomb"I
dun no, but I kind o7
suspect he was
bro ightup on the Shorter Catechism."
Burlington Free Press.
"You neve*- sit and talk to me
now as you did before we were mar-
ried," sighed the \oung wife. "No,"
replied the husband, who was a drum
mer, "th boss always told me to stop
praising the goods as soon as the bar
gain was struck ."N. Y. Sun.
"Joe, I think you are getting a bit
bald," said a working-man to his mate,
playfully smacking the shiny place
with his palm. Jo answered with
dignity: "That isn't any thing new. I
was always bald. 'Cos why? My
mother 'a so often to pat me on the
'ead and say: 'Well done, Joe, my
boy!'so she wore all the 'ai off."
N. Y. Ledger.
It has been shown by recent elab
orate experiments, carried on by Dr.
Foogay, of Boston, that malaria will
frequently get hold of a man and hang
on till sewer-gas comes up and finishes
him. Dr. Foogay has also shown that
there is nothing safe in this world ex
cept bran-pudding and a vacuum, and
he is preparing an indictment against
the vacuum.Fred H. Carruth.
Street-car driver"Me and that
off-harse has been workin
1 for the com-
pany for twelve years now." Passen
ger"That so? Th company must
think a great deal of you both."
"Wall, I dunno last wake the two of
us was taken sick and they got a doc
ther for the harse and docked me.
Gid-ap, thare, now, Betsy."N. Y.
Tribune.
The Colonel"My own darling, 1
hope you like the bracelet and let me
be first to elasp it on that lovely arm."
May"Oh, Harry, it is just too beau
tiful. But it must have your mono
gram on." Th Colonel"My mono
gram! You adorest and sweetest, to
express the wish." May"Yes, dear.
So that II can not forget to whom
I am engaged." (Collapse of the
Colonel.)
A Newark pastor lately had a
poem addressed to him, but it was ac
companied with a purse of gold. Some
people who send poems to newspapers
would do well to take a hint. Really
an editor who often views with alarm
poetry which comes to him in an un
familiar handwriting would be able
^o consider it more favorably if it had
tuch a welcome attendantChristiar
THfi VAGS ADJOURNED. j?g
A BecMfol AppUcwtlMiiwf^ Electricity to
Tramps.
lrt
fwften I learned telegraphy, in
1875," said a knight of the key, "my first
position was that of all-night operator on
the Erie railroad at Corning. It being
a great railroad point, ray chief com
panions after about eleven o'clock ev
ery night were half a dozen dirty
tramps, who would crawl out of their
berths in double-decked cattle cars for
the purpose of thawing out by the side
of my warm coal fire in the passenger
depot Well, it got sort of
monotonous, you know, to keep
awake all night and hear the
snoring and smell the 'sweet1
odor that
arose from the burly tramps as their
clothing began to steam at the fire-side.
Perhaps you have passed a tram of hogs
at East Buffalo some time your life
and can recall to your memory how
pleasant the situation was. At any
event I resolved to clean them out,
and, arranging with the day operator
(George Quinn) to come around one
night at twelve o'clock we began to lay
plans toward the extermination of the
pests. Quinn was an original chap,
about six feet six inches tall, with a
club foot, and wore a broad brim hat in
true Texas style. He was an elec
trican of KO-nisxr-nierit I was -while
working at Corning that he invented a
funnel-shaped instrument that when at
tachid to the relay of a telegraph cir
cuit he was able to sing a tune or play
on his cornet into the mouth of the
funnel, and then requesting all the boys
on the wire between Corning and Ro
chester to adjust their instruments fine,
they were able to hear every note of
his. This was before Edison's telephone
hd come into general use, and was
thought to be a great thing by the
country operators, who used to pass
many a quiet night listening to the
sweet notes from Quinn's 'Musicphone.'
Well, to return to the tramps Quinn
came around at twelve o'clock as per
agreement, and finding four dirty icl
lows stretched out upon the waiting
room benches we proceeded to 'do
tuern,' but in a novel way. Going to
the battery-room 'Texas Jack,' as the
boys used to call him, fixed up a strong
battery and attached it to a key whence
a wire was strung into the waiting
room and across the hands, and in one
instance across the knoe where a hole
appeared, touching the flesh of all four
of the tramps Then taking pieces of
cork and splitting them at one end so
as to admit of their being
spread over the bridge of the
nose, with two matches stuck in the
other end, my friend Quinn stepped
lightly around the room, placing the
corks on the noses of our victims.
Wake up? You couldn't wake up one
of those tramps with a dynamite bomb
They probably had not had a good
sleep before in a week. Finally George
gave me the wink to touch tho key and
let the battery onto the the wire just
after he liad touehed the matches off.
It's surprising how fast lightning will
travel. I declare it don't seem as
though I had turned it on when such
a bounding, jumping, swearing and cry
ing of fire you never heard. If there
had been a hat-pin six inches long run
into those four tramps they could not
have moved any faster than they did
out of that depot When Quinn camo
out from his hiding, he remarked: 'I
was only afraid of one thing, and that
was that owing to the length of time
jsince any of our lodgers had seen a
3?ath, I feared the electricity would fail
to reach to the skin.' But it did, and
that was the last time I saw a tramp in
the Corning depot "Rochester (N. Y.)
Union.
Mareli-GrasNew Orleans and Mobile.
Feb. 25 to March 3 the Chicago & Eastern
Illinois R, (Evansville Route) will sell
tickets to New Orleans and return at 25 00,
and to Mobile and return at $23 00, which
will be good returning until Mai cb. 23. It
is the only route running coaches and Pal
ace Buffet Sleeping Cars from Chicago to
Nashville without change, and is eight
hours quicker than any other. Daylight
ridethiough Nashville, Decatur, Birming
ham and Montgomery. Fast tram leaves
Chicago (Dearborn Station) 3.35 p. m. daily.
For further information address City
Ticket Omce Evansville Route, 64 Clark
street, or Wm Hill, G-eneralPassenger and
Ticket Agent Chicago & Eastern Illinois
R., 501 First National Bank Bldg, Chicago.
I
TAKE an interest your children's amuse
ments mother's share in what pleases
them is a great delight. Remember that
trifles to you are mountains to them re
spect their feelings
Reputations Made in a Day
Are precious scarce. Time tries the worth
of a man or a med lcine. Hostetter' Stomach
Bitters is a thuty years' growth, and like
those hardy lichens that garnish the crevices
of Alaska's rocks, it flourishes perennially.
And its reputation has as firm a Dase as the
rocks themselves. No medicine is more
highly regarded as a remedy for fever and
ague, bilious remittent, constipation, liver
and kidney disorders, nervousness and
rheumatism.
mr m^
MME BLAVATSKY, the Theosophist leader,
whether working or talking, constantly
rolls, lights and smokes cigarettes of Turk
ish tobacco.
Do NOT suffer from sick headache a mo
ment longer. It is not necessary. Carter's
Little Liver Pills willoure you. Dose, one lit
tle pill. Small price. Small dose Small pill.
THE "leap-year' girl who got lpft is sadl
dest when she sings: "Four, four, four
years morel"N. Y. World.
A SLIGHT cou if neglected, often attacks
the lungs. BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES
give sure and immediate relief. Sold only
in boxes. Price 25 cents.
MRS GENERAL SHERMAN was a cousin of
Hon. James Blame. He attended her
funeral in New York,
CHECK Colds and Bronchitis with Hale's
Honey of Horehound and Tar.
Pike's Toothache Drops Cure one minute.
NUMBER of Indians in the United States
who can read Indian languages is 10,027.
NEVER fail to cue sick headache, often
the very first dose. This is what is said by
all who try Carter's Little Liver Pills.
THERE are ten Indian training schools lo
cated in different parts of the Union.
THE best known remedy for consumption is
Oxygen Cure. WnteDr. Gennert,Cincinnati.
NATURE'S serial storythe spinal col
umn, continued in our necks.
IF afflicted with Sore Eyes use Dr. Isaac
Thompson's Eye Water. Druggists sell it. 25c
KEEP up a standard of principles your
children are judges.
RAW FUR SKINS
Highest Cash Prices Paid.
HONESTTASSORTMENT. PROMP RETURNS
~^F Send for our Price Correal.
'm*,-***. life BURKHARDT & CO, 11S W, Fourth fit.,
Defective Page
For J^eiJ.Y'a.lgla,
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Buffered conatsntly for several yea,r with neu
ralgia, all remediea failed, tried Bt. Jaoobl Oil
cured. Ho return In 6 month*
S FErHSBOLF, M.
Kever Again. St. Qibory, ni, Kay 18, 1888.
My w&e was troubled with nenra'gia and after
oslng one bottle of St Jacobs 011 was neve*
troubled again HENKY BECKEHEYEO.
After All. Rutland, 111 May 21,1888.
Have known eases of neuralgia given up hf
doctors to be cued by St Jacobs Oil
EdAW, Dmgglrt.
AT PRTTGBIST8 AND DEALERS
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Rising in the mouth and disagreeable taste alter eat
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At Druggists nnrl Deale t, or sent hy mail on receipt ol
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the System
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I have been tioubled lor some years with a
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At Druggists
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A Dress or a Coat,
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Yarns, Rags, etc.
Any Color
FOR
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colors the BEST -md FASTEST known Ask for
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For Gilding or Bronzing Fancy Articles USE
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Gold, Silver, Bronze, Copper. Only IO Cents.
A Portfolio of beautiful baby pic
tures irom life, printed on fine
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Every Mother wants these
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6
HIBBARD'S RHEUMATIC
Always seasonSpring, Summer, Autumn and Wtnter.
send direct to us. Price. $r oo, 6 bottles, $s oo plasters, 25c. Procure it of your druggist, or
RHEUMATISM CURE D. I I S POSITIVPV
I wacu iin the wrish a hrnlcen hnHl/, .W" I wass cut the wristt by a broke bottle
irom which I Buffered extreme pain. I called
1 doctor who pronounced it Saatic Rheuma
tism. My right side became paralyzed, leg
rnd arm badly withered, and my jointj were
so stiff that there was but little action ia them.
About six weeks ago I began taking Hib
bard's RheamaUc Syrup, with marvelous re
sults. It made me a health} man.
OF
GOD LIVER OIL,
With Extract of Malt and Compound Syrup of
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Coughs, Colds, Scrofula and all Waiting Diseasi
I a an pleasant and palatable take a
honey.
Its strengthening effects are almoit Imme
diate.
I dnes not come ttnnert Itself sent I
occasionally after nelnur swallowed, a oth
.Emulsions certainly
I I a great producer J'iO'SE and Ml
Ask your Druggist for It, and take no other
A MAGEE & CO., Lawrence, Mass.
IW-NAMr Tlilb I Ulll evi-ry ilmo $(*. 1 lo.
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ay name and age.
WELLS, RICHARDSON & CO..
BURLINGTON, VT.
FOR TttE BLOOD
Swift's Speuflc has (ured me of a malignant
oi eakiripr out on log hich oaut-ed jntoler
able pain I was caikrt Etzoma by ttie doe
toisfour of whom tieaicd me -with no ie]ief
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health to S S S which in my estimation is in
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Miss JULIA DEWITT
2227 N 10th bt, St I ouis Mo
Our baby when two months old as attic ked
with Scrofula whl( a long time destroj ed
hei ejesigut entiiely, and ue us to despair
of he i life Thodoctnm tilled to l^e her
and we pave Sw Ift's flpeeifU Inch soon cui ed
heiontirtly.ftnd hho now halt and hearty
E ULLK Wills l'oint Texas
Scrofula de-\ eloped on my ua i chtti swell
i ng and lunips on her neik AVe pive her
switt sSpecific and the result vas wonderful
a nd the cuie prompt
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Clev eland Tenn
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Sold !Etoeryw2&.ere
TO
My dauj
C. D. DEOTO,
Dealer in general groceries, Jackson, Mich.
D DeniO is a man well known in this
community, and was probably the worst wreck
physically of any man this country ever aw.
He was paralyzed from Rheumatic poison,
andno one ever expected he would recover.
He is well and it is simply marvelous.
PRANK L. SMITH,
Ex-Member Legislature, Jackson, Mich.
r* ps^r
AGENTS WANTED?
G"C1KCULAR3 Hill
1000 Brewster Safety Htm Holders
GIVEN AWAY to introduce them
fjveiyhorho owner buys from 6
Lines never under iioiscs' feet Send^o
cents in stamps to pay po.-t.ae-o and
packini?torNlclel Plated Sample thit
sells for d& tents ERFWSTER
MANOF'C CO., HOLLVrMICH.
M-.SAJ1LK l*ii PAPER nwj tim. jou Wlitfc
Number
i k.vine.*i dcnv
are being stricken
wit
heumaisni i whic
seems to be greatly on the increase.t
And Whereas, The nation has within a short I
time been called upon to mourn the sudden loss
o many of our public men, such as Vice-President
Hendricks, Gen. John A Logan, Sec'y Daniel
Manning, Gen. McClellan and many others.
K0W,Theref0re, I do, by virtue of the knowl
edge possessed by me, recommend HIBBARD'S
RHEUMATIC SYR UP to be the greatest medicine in
the world for rheumatism and all Blood Diseases.
And Further, That this medicine be adopted asl
a national remedy by all.
SYRU_
atism. Hi
was in terrible agony. She has been taking I
Rheumatic Syrup and using your plasters,
which have broken it up. The Syrup correct
ed her indigestion, cleansed the rheumaUc poi
son from her blood, and she is now able to be
around the house. Hibbard's Rheumatic Syr-1
up and Plasters are remedies of great merit
_^ REV.J ROBERTS,
Pastor First M. E. Church, Fremont, Mich.
IT NEVER FAILS.
No remedies known so highly endorsed by
Its home people. Our Medical Pamphlet,
treating on all Blood and Female Di
eases, sent free on application.
RHEUMATIC SYRUP CO.
JACKSON, MICH.
GREATBLDODPURIFIER
5
For nny one 0
CHOICE S4.TS O
Vegetable or Flower Seeds,
Roses, Shrubs, Grape Vmes,
Fruit Trees, Etc.
For example, we send postpaid
and guarantee safe arrival
36 Packets Choice Flower Seeds, 36 sorts.
price $1 80, for $i QO
30 Packets Choice Vegetable Seed*, ,soi ts 1 00
lObveibloomlnpr Hoes, 15 benutilul -,oits 1 00
14 Ireialliums, 14 splendid sorts 00
lo Carnations, 13 elegant soi ts i oo
Li Giapc Vines, 4 soits, oui choice 1 00
For the other 54 sets and 1001 things besides
(many New and Hare) see our GKAJ,D SPRING
CATATJOCJUE, 130 pages, sent free to all who
wish to purchase either Seeds, Plants oi Trees.
All others wishing it should remit the cost 20c
Ours is one of the oldest, largest and most
reliable nuisones in theU S 35th jear, 24
greenhouses 700 acies.
THE STGRRS & HARRISON CO.,
Painesvilie, Lake Go., Ohio.
GOODYEAR
RUBBERS!
(This Is their "Croquet.")
WALES GOODYEAR
The best BOOTS and 8HOF.8 in
iwi?ri
karellnober
,J
rande(
SHOE 0 VVhen you want rubbeis call foi
WALE,So Goodyear,e
Inferior goods to catch th
8
*c?,miVln,
ffii'w^ Wales Goodyear Shoe Co. has estab
iil
al^ays making good troods whUh fact
Hi? WALES OOOIN
A i!rrSRJ^S!ln
X-KAK. RUBBERS. They make all general
styles ami lemarkable Specialties, and tfio bent
Rubber Boots in the world.
Is offered to the person who shall send in the
largest number of yearly subscribers to the
Ladies'HomeJournal
between now and July 1st, 1889, at 50 cents
per yearHAIiF PRICES. After tJtai date,
lieimbscrtpttons teceived for less than $1 OOpcryear.
9400$300 13 offered respectively for next
largest clubs A good cash commission paid for
every secured, if desired, instead ofi
Surijigsubscribetr
roiBiums. Hundreds ot dollars can be mada
the nex *,iy months by men, women or
children. We funiibh free tample copies, post
ers, &G Addies.3
cysms FUBMSKING CO.
PHELADELPH9A, PA.
M-SAJ06 liUSPAPJiUwomo joumBfc
:UK:
..S'gS
FRENCH COACH HOUSES,
ZSVOHTElt.
6TOCK OS HAND
300 STAM^GNSof service
able age 15 0 COliTS with
.choice pedigrees, superior Indl
vh'uals 00 S15StORJ'rr.
EtBtOODMARES (bOinloil
PLEASE READ THIS 3
OUR INDIES' FTNB
SOBT60I.A auid GOAT,
BOTT OM
11E^MIlSON'S
"V
S
CLE, i purines the Wood, and patients gain
rapidly i weight while taUing It.
I I a true Emulsion, the only one that i
always I eady, always alike, and that never
has a thick, gummy and arreusy BLOB a the
top upset the VTIKNT'S STOMACH.
I I used I all the leading Hospitals.
I i prescribed the most eminent physi
cians I the United States and Canada.
CM LBWTED
"RED SCHOOL HOUSE" SHOES
for our Boys and Girls. See that a label with th.
name Henderson" aud the nitVurfiV.f I JJ5K =S
House on the b..ttom ot oiul "each nr ?o^ Sd
G. M. HENDERSON & CO., Chicago.
GOLD MEDAL, PARI8,1878,
BAKER'S
reakrasiCocoa
arrant? crt*ol it frl i/ pure
Cocoa, irom ninth the excess of
Oil ha hceu removed It has more
tiiau thiee tfnet the ength of
Cocoa mixed with Stan.*, Arrow
root or Su^ar and it therefore far
more economical, cotttng let'then
one cent a cup It is delcloas,
nourishing, gtrcngtbeninp easily
digested nnd ndaira!U\ adapted
,for I in a lids as el! S for pt rsons
In health
Sold Jy firorerg everywhere.
CO., DoR^sier,ito.
Woven Wire Fencing
r^Wlre Rope Selvage
8Q0 O $ 2 PER ROD.
AllsizesandVidt}i& Gnt"tinmt SollliMm rdiilei*
In this lint of BOM FIIKIOHT VAU Inror.mitlon free
uiir McvriiFv o iitr vi NCK CO.,
ISorth Market nn Onturlo St., Chttut-u,I1L
W N AAIC SU1S PA1 R .TWJ tuns joa write
Religious New York"
Profusely ana beautilulK Illustrated, Rhowins the
churches the JLWI, nt lic and Protestanta,
una tine portraits of tsome of tho heads of th
churihes of tho Metropolis nnd telling how New
Yorkeis worship, from tho OPWS to tho Christian
scientists. This article in Dwmorest's Monthly
MiiKii/me for irch (now rtadv is a very spirited
one hv the Kt Carlos irtvn I is better than a
Sund i visit to New ork, an 1 will be itrerit in
terest to every meuiherot tin tan i! The hilttren
will be delighted to learn the new jz inievm Young
Japan atlMuy," (handsomely illustrated) in the
March number I is it wonlerful nunihei Au
our Newd uler fo i it or er,d SO ot nts to the
publisher, W iirAMAns RFMOK.I S I\
l." E*t 14th Street* 2w Icrb.
*F-NAiIE THIS PATER over? Cm. JOU wtlW
KING O C0SSB:MNT.9.
_ A TABLE LUXURY.
BEST FOR MEDICAL USES
Sold only In Tins. Take Uo Other*
5rNever buy loose mustard, aa
if is generally worthless.
for Carpenters, CMunt Pattern, PIMM
an \tngon Mnk, T, 1 gi tr, Snip
tarpfnters, Coepp-s, t^neri Turner*,
I RT\ r-s pi. i,- M.-tjnn
Miuidei Bkitk'i Kh sit ers, Stone
Cutteis Vast ni Bricklfc) ers, 1 lssterors, )ra L'litHo en Draw
injr Instrument*, etc eti Scroll fcaws AVcods and Docifnu,
Ligl loot Powor iclunery, ind all btaociard 01 tr laUat
iuijir \c Labor Snn Tools nev b. I iro il'nstratiHi On
Catalogue is the most coraplitdotrcCiled to hnmca aa4
describes the largest van^ti of Tools. An exam rati of iU
contents will n\ nice you of H* correctness Ji tomnina up
ward ot 1 000 lllLEtrotionn and wiU hv sent ,m addraai.
Onr6ceptof8cent8f0rpo,taffp BtSCHUIH
331 Bine I'lan i Ave hicafO.QL
a-HAKB IHlH PAPER .v.rj M
FREE.WIMW)
I*i ttt Nst 11 lt.trated
hUUi-CA ALOGUE
ji'ttrvnnti 1 Cheapest
\& best feKtiy-j arowa.
{(}i) dew truuc a spe
'dally 1'ack'l*. only 3c.
Cli-a| as dm bj oz & lb.
ItJttO'ltin tsm ictnsfre
tT. SH!T\nV \1. Hot kford UU
"3-.NA1LE THIS I'APJUUfui ooa yeavata.
43
lrvn Lvr, rtrsj Bfirir.-v Bran
Tare Brass ind U*am fttx,
anil JONKS he)a lh frrlcktfor
fne I'rlre List inen'lnv (hli naacr
ndr.ld- JOWe*5 0FBNC-
HANITOH, BlNv.iuaTOS,srt.
EK*"*? twie you wr^4.
Celebmted for Purity and
tronfrs rmlnttlnRnuaJitteni
""'"v ..and irlarK
p-tlta?ccndno
tltj extra*
nvith
Aerat-fiioliUt lai
for my Bent Ufnl Illustrated
CataloECip r^e- A'ldip
KBI
Itoc.lord, lUlnola.
TAPER vnxj tim* yen wrtt*.
JOHN W.IIORKIS^
Late Prfntljal JxanUne-.
S Pension I'nroau, Att'jr
.w.. at-Law.1% aHhlnstout
1 succeufcfulty- proaeeutea claim*, orlgtnaC
lnc-tase, re ratine, widow8', ehi'dr n'i and depea
dent relatives'. KxfXirlunco njrs in U-.twar, ttyr
in 1'enslon Bureau, ana 4 r. practltliirf attorney.
flrVAMF THIS 1 APCB .nr tfm* jco write
amWllixult luv.erhctds.MW
kitid^, GUIDE, anil 10c. Certificate for
J5-, ^_.-Jds. your ch ir, dll i!ntaim.s(4 cents.)
2j'^ts|Ev?r flower lovt dehirht Tell nil your
JW-VSLsfnenda. W. rAEK, FANHETTSBtJRo IA
t2T"Ke Prompt. This offer willaiipeutr
If
i
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GOAT
2.50-
are made of choleo
material, are styl
ish, nud unequaled
in Alio world flftr
that PJKll'E.
Do not be influenced dealc-s who tnsoii
buttwlce*.cit--
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Springer law, 1 lrge map fronma latft 8 surveyi!
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about 8 000 words cold facta no gush, roan, by 13
inche All for c, potnl not or ctamp* AodreM
Enoch Powell, 422 Laurel a\c Kansaa City. Mu._
PrVJCrRBD Al
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W. T. FIT/CintLD, Attarnpy at Ui )Tablngtiu, D.
K9-VAVK 1UM IA LEmr Una jou
find PJso's Cure for
Conramptlon THE
BKHT remedy lor
hoarpeneH and to
clear the throat.
PENSIONS!
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pamphlet on Pension and
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