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not do better than to keep a dozen of Salva tion Oil at each station. I. Instantly relieve# all burns, scalds and bruises, and In a few days makes an effectual cure the wound. 25 eta. A young sporting man went Into a religious Dook store the other day and asked for a work an steeple-chasing. He was given a gutde oook to the cathedrals of England. Street-car drivers and others who are oon itanllv exposed to all kinds of weather, and cannot And time to lay by. should ever bear In mind this plain fact that Dr. Bull’s Cough Syrup cures coughs and colds. It is un equalled. A spiritualist may tip the table, but it is the chap who tips the waiter who gets the most attention 1,440 m>. POTATOW PKtt ACRE. This astonishing yield was reported by Abe Hahn, of Wisconsin, but Sal zer's potatoes always get there. The editor of the Rural New Yorker reports a yield of 736 bushels and ft pounds per acre from one of Salzer’s early potatoes Above 1,410 bushels are from >alzer s new seedling Hundred fold. His new early potato. Lightning Express, has a record of SO3 bushels per acre. He offers potatoes as low as *»0 a barrel, and the best potato planter in the world for but S'- COItN OVKtt I »001 LONG Salzer illustrate'- sn a colored plate a new early corn, a giant of its kind, and offers SjOO in gold for the largest ear in l $94. In addition to this early tiiant corn, which yielded in 18t»3 110 bushels per acre, he has over twenty other prolific field corns. He has tne best fodder corn and the best corn sheller in the world. He is the largest grower of farm seeds, such as oats, barley, wheat, millet, potatoes, etc., in Amer ica. Fifty kinds of grasses and clover. If You Will Cut Tbli Out and S»od It With 15c to the John A. Salzer Seed Co.. LaCros.se. Wis., you will receive a large package of above (>iant corn and his mammoth catalogue. w A mac who never owned a balky horse will ell you that be found the animal exceedingly aard to gel along with. For Cocom* ax» ThßOar Troi iilzs um Brown's Bronchial Troches. They relieve U1 throat Irritations caused by Cold or use of .be vole*. There la one thing the hardware dealer baa always on hand—nails. Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. The many, who live bet ter than others and enjoy life more, with leas expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world’s lest products to the needs of physical being, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy, Svrup of Figs. Its excellence is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and pleas ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a jerfect lax ative ; effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers and permanently curing constipation. It has given satisfaction to millions and met with the approval "f Iho medical proftmion, hacanwi it aeta on the Kid neys, Liver and Bowels without weak ening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance. Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug gists in «Wc and $ 1 bottles, but it is man ufactured by the California Fig Syruj. Co. only, whose name is printed on every package, also the name. Syrup of Figs, and being well informed, you will not accept any substitute if offered. Ely’s Cream Balmf^pSl Cl*an»«-« th«* \saal H “_1 A liar* Fain TjM and lutlainmatlon. W HAY K*ilor«i Ihf s«*na« of K. Tul« and Sm*li. • / r the Horn. o* Apply Balm Into each noatrt! v ' .•'Vw lit hHOS..S« Warrto BC.N.T. News From Every where. Boss McKaue of Brooklyn, has been sentenced to six years iti Sing Sing for •lection frauds. A large number of passengers were held buow bound at Reno, Nevada, for several days. Governor Hughes of Arizona has of fered a reward of $5,000 for Apache Kid, dead or alive. Pennsylvania has elected Galusha McGraw, Republican, as congressman at-large by a plurality of 160,000. Chaska, the Sioux Indian who mar ried Miss Cora Fellows three years ago. has deserted her and their childreu for a squaw. Editors of rival papers at Lexington. Kentucky, are on the warpath with shotguns, and there is a good show for bloodshed. Governor Rich of Michigan will bring quo warranto proceedings against the three state officers who decline to be deposed. The Second Congregational church at Rockford. Illinois, burned The loss will exceed $75,000. with $40,000 insurance. Denver has been selected as the place for the great annual meet of the League of American Wheelmen Ne groes are to barred from membership in the League. The Trans-Mississippi Congress adopted resolutions in favor of free coinage of silver, Hawaiian annexation, female suffrage and the govermeut ownership of the Nicaragua canal. Frank Bryne. an Irishman who w»* suspected of having been connected with the Phoenix Park murders, died at Providence a few day* ago and h;* funeral was the largest ever held there. The Missouri court of appeal* has decided as valid the acts of the Kan sas City council although in reality they were passed by an illegally con stituted body. This is done for the best interests of the city Deposition* are being taken in Ken tucky a* to the character of Madeline Pollard, who has sued Congressman Breckcnridgc for seduction. The rev elations arc not to Mis* Pollard's credit. Five thousand unemployed men in vaded the State house at Bo»ion Tues day and created an uproar They p titioned the legislature and governor for relief. The |*olie<- finally dro*. them out of the building The grainmen say that the recent heavy snow will make a wheat crop of 100.000,000 bushels in Kansas I* spite the low price and the dry weathci last fall the area seeded was over 4 5000,000 acres according to the latest report of the state board of agriculture. This is a greater area than produced the phenomenal crop of 1892. Eastern capitalists met the n»prc»ea- the Gulf & Interstate mad at Topeka and made a proposition p> furnish funds to put in the first t>' miles of road and take in return tran.»- portation certificates and income bond* at actual cost, provided they can have one-fourth interest in the townsites along the route The brick mill of the Griswold Lin seed Oil Company at Warren. Ohio, the second largest in the country, was destroyed by fire on the 18lh The building, stock and machinery was val ued at $300,000, but the los* will hardly reach that amount, as about $50,000 worth of seed and one small building were saved. The insurance is $120,000. We're Getting Literary. »TU a nlUfHtlon u> know, and reassuring, too lu a free nation, that the youngest coun try in the world Is the foremost In popular education. England, with *3.000.000 popala tlon. has 7.000 student* In the unlTersiUaa; t.ermanj. with 50.000.1XW population, has 'J5.000 college student*; America, with <»,- 000 000 population. b*» 70.000 collcrl»n»,wtU» 5 000 theological and 30.000 medical and le nl Mudrnta—a total of 100.000. Our super iority In reading and readers is equally marked The llbrartae of the l nlled Stales exceed those of Europe by 30.000 OtW volumes. Our prlotlng presses send out 15.000 daily and weekly periodicals, with 25.000.000 sub scriber* Thl»i* the reason why public opin ion is Intelligent and dominant here as it ia nowhere else In the world Tbl* Is the of the school-house, the church and a free pre**- - tbs trinity of progre** Al. Lauit Ae- Much reading H like much eatlog—wholly usele** without digestion. 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