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\\ i ♦ ONIÎ ENJOYS Both tbe method end results when Syrup of Figs is Uken ; it is pleasant and refreshing to the teste, end sets C mtlryet promptly on the Kidney*, iver and Bowels, cleanses the sys tem effectually, dispels colds, head aches and fevers end eures habitual constipation. Syrup of Figs is the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced, pleasing to the tsuite and ac ceptable to the stomach, prompt Its action and truly beneficial la its effects, prepared only from the most healthy and agreeable substances, its many excellent qualities com mend it to ell end nave made it the most Syrup in Wc have selected two or three lines from Jettera fn.vMt- r,-, ,.,rr. ( l rm , _ Î7..T?' c . P ' rents w hohave giv cn German S> nip to their children in the emergencies of Croup. You will credit'these, because they come from gocvl, sub •tantiai j »copie, happy ill fending what so many families lack--a med Icine containing nocvil drug, which „„ mother cau adminLster with con fedcnce to the little ones m their most critical hour*, safe and *ure that it will carry them through. Ko L W»u4TS,of Mr. J*> W Kux. Alm» Nrl> I give It Daughter»' College, Wtmlite! « t'h'ctoup have depended upon uO noti u* inj itinstucktof Ctonp preparation set like with m*littledaugh- ; it It is »imply mi- ter. and bud it an is- J valuable remedy. I Fully one half of our customers are mothers who use Boschce's Gcr-; man Svrup among their children, A medicine tobe successful with the little folks must be a treatment for the sudden and terrible foes of child ...ï hood, wh sming cough, croun, diph theria and the dangerous inflamma tioas of delicate throat* and luugs. ® ponular remedy of Fig* i* for sale in 50e tod il bottle* br all leading drug gilt*. Any reliable druggist who may not have it on baud will pro cure it promptly for any one who wishes to try it Do not accept en y substitute. CALIFORNIA FID SYRUP CO. known. *4« nuutomo. c*l. wuitnui. tt. um 10*4. 4 4. "German Syrup 99 Croup. m r LITTLE OLIVER PILLS < If DO DOT curt no« tint* Nr» «ara f«t IICÄ HKAIV , ACH*. Uhflrrd i Mt »,mtfid glanda. Ti*#? w-,— E «lui ora**»«. r*»*t»w *•*»•*• «»■»• ^ SIMM Httlftl «rfwcl •• KM* BnM»dl)lMl<l*r. C«M*« »Illntaa nrrion» dl» •rtlera. i»uhn»fc y atatluiL« AcTton E : O oo . Baautlff rompleilo« fay purifying blood, hrilir Vi«m»n Tb* rVe»|y t«> *nH rsu. ham fill «*» MmrWtiMmuelk. fc**h «ialfentiiln* AÎ K ih. bk« i*«4 psMii. UwAnmu 1*4* 1 r*— *****r*. Tibs Mikr in« •««« M»»nr *k*rs au fsouiss toed* bear ,, Ci**««*4 Mud «-<*»« «umy. You t*\ W booh with samp»« BR. MARK* ttioicmi CO., St. k««l*. MS. 5 CT s 9 BUYSZ PACKAGE OUNCE CU1>SLASH DURHAMTOBACCO. AND IS « AWjjjHEnjjTjnjORNS. t rr, THY IT. k lillTii Mil It aflllrtawl «Ilk araa, »a* i Thompson'* Eye Water. The Soap for Hard Water is Lenox. ! WOMAN AND I1ER WORK. a INTEREST1NO MATTER FOR THE WOMEN. What to Wear—Laundry Work—A Cool Cloth Without Ice—A Wat ered Silk—Perfumery Manu • facture for Women—A Few Pointers. \ What to Wear. - The fashions of late summer are best seen in August at Newport, where many novelties are introduced that influence the styles of the coming au tumn and winter. nie most elegant while wool gowns worn at Newport are of Bedford cord trimmed with guipure lace. The high round bodice is almost covered with the lace set on plainly as a corselet and coat skirt, or else the corselet is replaced by a plastron and bretelles of lace. The collar is low-throated, with a lace cover, and there are deep, dose cuffs of lace to the full-topped sleeves, nie demi- trained skirt is us ually without trimming, but may have panels and a festooned flounce of guipure. The prevailing fancy for pink has brought into vogue a new shade, called coral pink, to which yellowish tints are added that make it almost salmon-color. It i* most effective when trimmed with black, as in charming little morning dresses of lawn of the plain coral-color, with a yoke of black lace and flounces edged with black purpling. A unique touch is given to such n gown by a belt of wide velvet ribbon, shading from coral on one edge, through golden brown, to bright corn-flower blue on the other edge. This is softly folded »round the waist and fastened with a chou on tlie left side. Fink coral clothes and velvets are being manu factured for calling dresses and for carriage wraps for the early autumn days. Entire dresses of silk jersey webbing wov «?». »P sr >' among the UOVeltM»©! tIt© Ut<? hUmilltT. TllCV come in old-rose, pale gray, beige, and ot |„, r j shades, ami are embroider „1 with lino jet bend*. The bell skirt of this clinging fabric is without seams except that taken hin» down the mid die of the back, a slight vine of t-in broidery borders the foot, and a I*'tt>ro<it °f silk is provided The bodice is fitted with all the usual m||U ov ,. r „ , ilk Ii|linR . even hlp s ,, re uw <d for adding coat skirls. H .ort revers daintily embroidered extend only a* low as the darts, and „ v <-»t similarly beaded appears between. A narrow vine, like that on th f..t k ' rt ' roll ! ir a,,<1 <u ®*' U bite veils of figured net are worn ; at all hour* of the day when driving j J oil Bellevue Avenue, and are usually , I accompanied by white glove* anil j white «hoes. They are spriaged all j over, and have a wide vine border with sal loped edge. Bornante curved in mask shape, other* are straight with W"™, cor T l r *' ,? ml ï T V* " "'id "an oil *** •imimrly Ilguren, «« ouu ( ft *hirn is that of white sprigs and a i, or der wrought on black net veils. — Laundry ork. One of the most troublesome things, etqwciully for tho woman who hoards, is to find a laundress who will do her work jirojx-rly. Fine undergarment* do not require to he rubbed heavily. They ure liest rubbed through the hands, rather than on the board. It is exceedingly difficult to get the ordi nary laundress to understand how to wash such garments. The unskilled hand may tear holes in the sheer lawn and ruin the garment in the first washing. Above nil things, the laun dress should he cautioned against the use of starch in all garments except in a petticoat. Koine laundresses have a lat nl fancy for the use of starch in all kinds of underware. Never allow a laundress to wring clothes by hand. Tho wringer does the work with less wear and tear than any hand wring ing. Where silk underware is worn, it should be washed quickly and rapidly, with some kind of white soap, in warm water, thoroughly rinsed, wrung dry a* possible, and pressed out before it is thoroughly dry. Flannels should be washed in exactly the same way, except that care should be taken to keep the water at the same tem perature ns tho room.—Good House keeping. n ■ Going Round tho World. The advent of women traveling «lone dates from the early part of this century. Ida Pfeiffer, a Viennese lady, may be accounted tho first Between the woman globe trotter. of 1840 and 1842 she twice years went round tho world, penetrating Romeo, Java and Sumatra. Going to these places was then an unheard of feat. And Ida Pfeiffer was as well known as our rapid transit all-around the-world women tourists of today. Long before this Lady Mary Wort joy Montngue did a great deal of traveling nil by herself, and her example was followed by a few other society ladies. Going unaccompanied in their ease meant merely that they had no man with them, because at least two women servants always went along, and in many eases there was a small court of Indies and ladies' maids. Now Mrs. Grundy has freed the wo man globe trotter from the necessity of being accompanied by anything save her clothing, her purse and her senses. Would it not he interest ing if n good account could he obtained of all the women who have within the past five years, made voyages all by themselves? Single Flowers Comlns Into Favor. Single flowers are coming into favor again. The single dahlia has now *e the the ten the to a fountain of blossom." cured a firm footing in our gardens, and a writer in the Field puts in a word for more extended cultivation of single roses, not necessarily for rose buds, but as climbers on rough banks. Indian wild roses are already among us. The variety sold in some nurse ries as the musk rose is said to be the first July shrub we have this year growing in very poor, cold soil. Ameri ca, too has fine wild roses, of winch some are known here. The many flowered Japanese wild rose is de scribed as very fine in warm soils and "often Throughout the continent of Europe wild roses are prized, but with us the only wild rose that is familiar in gar dens is the sweetbriar. While wild, roses have thus found a friend, the common native honeysuckle which wreathes our hedges also comes in for a word of commendation. It is a na tive plant, but that, observes its champion, is no reason why we should not have it in the garden upon com mon trees, shrubs, or hedges, where they will grow freely, flower profusely, and shed their fragrance all around." —London News. Porfumery Manufacture For Wom an watered silk A watered silk, They were shopping. "What shall I get for a new dress ,,„,1*" ' . , , . .. "I am sure I don't know; I ve al most thought myself into the grave getting up my own wardrobe. Ask the ,.|,. rl . to 8 j, ow you 80nle „tylish j . „ 1 , gooas. j The clerk proceeded to unroll pack j ages ofsilk. At last he took her eye , md gho to Ree it nearer the ... . . , . . , ' - '°' , ? qu,red clerk ' "£"2 ,h * ,". ,n ' lo . w - . M Oh, no. »nul she: "that is wine colored, and inv husband is a strong prohibitionist.'' -Well madame," continued the clerk, "we have some green watered B ilk ; would you like to see that?'' "Yes," said she. The silk was unfolded. She liked it, purchased it, and walked away hap py She never saw the point. It was as well, probably. A Cool Cloth Without Ice. One of the most useful hints for sick-room attendance is very seldom known outside of a hospital ward, and not even there in many cases; the hint is how to obtain a cold cloth without the use of ice. Every one knows that in fevers, or weakness, a cold cloth on the forehead or face, or base of brain, is one of the most comforting things in tho world. In tho tropical hospitals, and where ice is scarce, all that is necessary is to wet a linen cloth, wave it two and fro in the air, fold it and place on the patient. Have another cloth ready, waving it to and fro, just before ap plying it; these cloths have a more grateful and lasting coldness than those made so by the burning cold —The Ladies' Home en. in in to A practical chemist says that with in the last twelve months he has taught perfumery making to several women, some of whom learned it only for amusement, while others mean to apply it to the purpose of money making. Women, he says, are be coming much interested in this sub ject, and are better equipped in every respect than men to make successful perfumers. One of the most import ant requisites is a nice sense of smell, which is possessed by the majority of women, as their olfactories have not been dulled by smoking. Women as a rule, love flowers, and are fitted for the delicate manipulations required in the work, five-sixteenth of a drop of too much or too little often material ly changing the odor. The field is a wide one, for pure cooking extracts are difficult to obtain, and the mak ing of them also offers a chance for the enterprising woman. A point on which the chemist dwells particularly is that the work can be carried on in a parlor ns easily as in a laboratory, as it requires little space and is exquis itely clean.—Boston Herald. S iroduced by ice. tournai. A Few Pointers. Salt in the water when boiling old potatoes improves them. Wetting the spot and rubbing with soap and soda will take out grass stains. To beat eggs quickly add a pinch of salt. Salt cools and cold eggs froth rapidly. Put bits of camphor gum in trunks or drawers to prevent mice from doing any injury. Raw oysters applied to a bruise re move the swelling and pain and leave no ugly discoloration. To freshen leather chair seats, valises, bags, etc., rub them with the well-beaten white of an egg. Soak clothes that fade overnight in water in which has been dissolved one ounce of sugar of lead to a pailful of rain-water. Long bag* the full length of dross or cloak, with hanging loops at top, save from creasing as well as from dust and moths. Cement for stoves, asked for by subscriber: Mix equal with ashes and salt, wet with cold water and apply while the stove is cool. Raw moat should he placed on a dish before putting into the ice chest, and never laid directiy on the ice, or left in brown paper. of do we a An Acrobatie Kitten. A pet kitten follows it» mistress all over the house when she i* at work. Recently she was in an attic chamber, the blind of the window being shut but unfastened. This playful kitten ran across the room and leaped against the blind, which opened, and the kit ten disappeared, but came crawling back, having turned in the air and caught the edge of the gutter with its forepaws. It was a feat of remarkable quickness and pressnce of mind, as the little animal had a very short time to recover from its surprise at being launched suddenly into space.—Port land (Me.) Transcript. of A Ihrem m of Happiness May be followed by a morning nf "La Grippe." Easily, and why? Because tbe displacement of covering in bed. a neg lected draught from a partly closed window, an open transom connected with a windy entry In a hotel, may oonvey to your nos trils and lungs the death-dealing blast. Terrible and swift are the inroad» made by this new destroyer. The medicated al coholic principle In Hostetler's ft to mach Bitters will check the dire complaint A persistence In this preventive of its further development will absolutely checkmate the dangerous malady. Unnieaicated alcoholic stimulants are or little or no value. Tbe just medium ia the Bitters. Not less efficacious la it In ca*es of malaria, bilious ness. constipation, rheumatism, dyspepsia tind kidney trouble. Tho weak are usually those upon whom disease fastens first. In vigorate with the bittcra. ' a Natural Soda Water Fountain». In some parts of tbe Colorado desert water boils up from springs, which are surrounded by circular hillocks of car bonate of lime from four to eight feet in height, tbe material of which has been deposited from the flowing fluid. The latter is so highly charged with gas that it is difficult to keep corks in botties filled with it. It seems queer to find in such a desolate country real sodo water fountains supplied bv na ture. Syrups are not offered to order, unfortunately. The lime deposited on the rocky shore, was contributed by such springs as these, bubbling up from wbat was then the bottom of the lake. —Washington Star. ALBERT BURCH, West Toledo, Ohio, says: "Hall'* Catarrh Cure tare« my life." Write him for particulars. Sold by Drug gists, 75c. Popularity of Thumb Kings. Tbe thumb ring continues to be a favorite among American beauties of the fashionable world. A pearl circlet, or a tiny gold snake with jeweled head, is considered very effective on a well shaped thumb. But in time the ring will bave to go. It is becoming popular with the inadmissable classes of females. How to make money. I read what Hr Jones said about making •87 »er month. I can beat that. 1 sent 15 to K. Dciuo A Co., of Columbus, O., and re ceived u hue plating machine. It plates on all kinds of metal with gold, silver or nickel. I made S3 the first day plating table ware and Jewelry; Ufli tbe first week. My school-mate makes (5 to 115 per day selling platers. Any one can get circulais bv writ ing the above firm. A Reader. % Foot Measuring .Ylarhtne. A Baltimore man has recently taken out patents for a machine that takes the measure of a foot just as the fa miliar apparatus used by the hatters measures and draws a diagram of a man's head. The principle of the ma chine is the same, a series of movable pins conforming to tbe outline of the foot and registering the shape thus in dicated. It is rather a coincidence to note in this connection that the dia gram made by a hat measuring ma chine invariably resembles an old shoe. —New York Journal. li The man of destiny, 'll, said. Presents the greatest case e'er seen. Of that malady called awelled-bead. Why don't he use « oallnr. A "prom sing mau" Is not always the one on whom the reliance can be placed. Now York city tempts dyspepsia by eating 75,000 pork pies daily. Learn »hortlinnd by mall and gel Kood position. Write Chaffee's college, Oswe go. N . Y . _ H la not considered an offense for a switch man to llug at his work. A lady wrllrai '-tty deg la healthy thank, to Spratt's Patent Dog Cakes." Hnrdly a week passes but we are constant ly surrounded by perils seen and kerosene. When Baby was »Ick, we gare her Castor!*, When die was a Child, »he cried for Castoria, . When »he became Miss, »he clung to Castoria, When she had Children, she pare them Castoria, When » rplder crawl* Into hla hole he means business. FITS—Kpllepvy permanently eared by new ityatem of treatment. Two trul sot rtvs rsas. Send for Treullve. Kpiteptlo tiemedy Co., AA Broad »«., Kew York. Can a man who falls off a roof be called an caves-di opper I A Teal of Free,,trinity. I.ndT (to applicant) "How much do you want à month I" Applicant:—"Do you use Pearllnei'* I.aay:—"No, 1 never use IL" Applicant:—"Never ti*e It. Well, I'd rather not engage myself to you; I don't like to have anything to do with eccentric people.—From "King»' Jester," N. Y. The devil never runs from the man who doesn't look up before he strikes. m * IIV 15 MINUTES. I suffered severely with face neu iss ralgia, but in 15 minutes after appli Ufck cation of St. Jacobs Oil was asleep ; rBT have not been troubled with it since. F. B. ADAMS, Perry, Mo. No return since 1882 . ALL RIGHT! ST JACOBS OIL DID IT." 11 I P ISO'S REMEDY FOR CATARRH.—-Bert. Easiest to œ*e. Cheapest. Relief is immédiat«. A cur« is ceuaiu. For Cold in the Head it has tio equal. _ It 1» au Ointment, of which » emr.ll particle is applied to the nostrils. Price, 60 c. b 8oW by dructtlsts or sent by m»u Address. K T. Bacaltis x, Warren. Pa Art.>U c -aaverUslug. Undoubtedly the Ivory Soap people de serve credit tor the beat grade of illustra tions now being used for advertising pur poses. Tbe series of full-page drawings which bave been appearing on tbe last page of tbe Century leprescut some of tbe most capable book and magazine artists In tbe country. Tbe series must have cost no small figure. As yet the "way-up" artists do not sign tbe work they do for advertisers, but I apprehend that It will not be long ere we shall see in tbe advertising columns such names as George Wharton Edwards, E. W'. Kemble, etc. buch men as these bring tbelr work, besides tbelr mechanical skill, a trained imagination and an artiatic con ception of things. These qualities, when used in connection with advertisements, command acareely less interest than when used in the ordinary literary way.—Printer's Ink, August 19, 1891. to Cutting To**!. When toast is made three or four thin slices of bread must be cut the whole length of tbe loaf and placed one over tbe other. This done, they must all be cut in half with one sweep of tho knife. If this is done by a young woman, and the slices are not severed clean through to the plate, she will not be married within the year. If the bread parts in two even heaps she might as well order her trousseau. On no account must she take the last piece of toast or bread on the plate unless she wishes to be an old maid.—New York Advertiser. The Only One Kver friutrd-un Ton Find the Word! There is a C-inch display advertisement in this paper this week which has no two words a.ike except one word. The ssme is true of each new one appearing each week, from the Dr. Harter Medicine Co. 'ibis house places a "Crescent" on everything they make and publish. Look for it, send them the name of the word, and tbev will return you Boat, BeaCTirei. Lituoguapus or 8 sMrL.cs Free. Should we rail al a man who sits on tbe fence! _ _ The devil hates religion that can be seen. Major'» Cement Repair, llroken Articles Ut lUJd 2ic. Major'» BestLiquta Glue JQc. "Mine is a checkered career," sighed the champion chess player. Hannon*« Metric Corn PiIyp." Warranted to . nr money refunded. Ask your dr mut i»t for it. Brice li ceuu. The church is just like a man. It has its faults. __ FITS.—All FlustopiHxifreebrDU. austrs guest » erve Restorer. Nu Fit after Brstd.r .o»e. M.r vellou« cures. Treatise snd R 00 trial bottle free to Fit cases. Send tu Dr. KUneSBI Arch St.. Phils.. Pa. A coward can fight in bittle, but It takea a hero to patiently suffer alone. One Fare for the Hound Trip to All Folnta South. Sept. 15 and 29 the Chicago .t Eastern mi nois Railroad company will sell Harvest Excursion tickets to all' points South at one fare for the round trio. Tickets good thirty days from date of sale. Wake up a loafer and you will stir cp a grumbler. I EWSS' 98 B powliszd a» mruim (PATENTED) The strnnomt and purest Ly© made. Will make the best per fumed Hard Soap in SO minutes without boiling. It ia tbe be*t for softening water, cleansing waste pipes, disinfecting sinks, closets, washing bottles, paints, trees, etc. % LYE PENNA. SALT M'F'G CO. Gen. Agis., Phila., Pa. 1 CK HEADACHES ARTERSl Positively cured l>y these Little Pills. They also rail, va Die trva, from Dyep«p«la,l 3 . digwtioefcnd TocHtarry ITTLE Bating. A parf*ct| My for Dirrin—.Na Drsotdasaa, Bad Taata In tho Mouth. Ooated Toague.Fain ia the 8)4» TOHPID LITER. They regulate the Bowel, Purely Vagetabka. Price a* Cental CASTES KETICIKB CO., KEWYOAS. Small Pill, Small Dose. Small Price. ILLS Print» cards, label*. Jtc. rir* cuiar pres* 68 * Small new *pa site $44. your printing. Make __ PRESS Softer".* W *È0- 1 JLfcJLIftJ&J Type -setting **sy. printed rules. Send 2 *t amps for catalogue of preasea, type, cards,4tc. k. k&LbKY a to.. MerMca, u*a. PRINTING B I 00 NOT, I 00 suce«. ■ WW M 1 fui. and mr business i» Ml; for publie benerolenc«. I 4«oay, 1 am successful, business at a fair profit on perfectly sound and honor able method*. Send »mal I bottle of urine with history of your cue, 1 will send full particulars of your di*eaw» free. Dr. T. N. Crowley, Terre Haute, lntf> the Dr Snrdar's Kidney Balaam cuBM F.nnre».« mU B I1K.I1W BEDWETTING.) ror circular* and te««iimoniai* ad«lre*<% with atamrs Dr. O. w. F. Snider, M-Tick*r*s Theatre. Chioagu, I1L »«'For sale hy all Druggists. Price SI.00. Windsor Hotel *^ Neb. At north end of new 10th St. viaduct. The most home like hotel iu the city. Table the best. 50 HAY FEVER & ASTHMA i a mec ! M I 111*1 F° r Femiu* Lrrrfful&ritip* from AXY B •• ■» ■ ■*W cmisr. Surr, Sai* and Ouirk. Priée *■ . #1.00 by mail. Addre** DR. B1UB, Hoorn 801, <7 Washington Street. Cuicaoo, III. nnillll Bornrnnt» disxask, «iritimm rats IIUII »*>». TRIO, TKIUTttEXT FttU unu II» I- IRAfKM. NH'URT ARY BOX. », HiXKRAL HTBtXM, IkD Rmmn.*onio<i I IlKi* lbx>kijvt». Addro*«l>r. W. 8 , nur I unk Kit K,Boss.BmiLhvUl«,N.Y. CURED TO STAY CURED. Wc want the name and ad* dress of every sufferer in the U. S. and Canada. Address, ?. HaroldH* t**,M.D . Bsffklo, H.t PILLS '//"mllllß ;opYMOin f»SI A ringing no 1*4 in the earn, headache, deafness, eyes weak ; obstruction of nose, dis charges falling into throat, some times profuse, watery and acrid, at others, thick, tenacious, bloody and putrid ; offensive breath ; smell and taste impaired, and general debility. Not all of these symptoms at once. Probably only a few of them. That's Catarrh. A medicine that by its mild, soothing, cleansing and healing nronerties has cured the most hoper . One that will cure you, no matter how bad your case or of how long standing. A medicine that doesn't simply palliate for » time, but produces perfect and per manent cures. That's Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy. A cash payment of $500, not by you, as you might expect, but to you, if you can't be cured. It's an offer that's made in good faith, to prove their medicine, by responsible men, the proprietors of Dr. Sage's Remedy. That's the kind of medicine to try. Doesn't it seem so ? css cases ^2oi *50, V» LADIE3 e £oo^Ij9 a a POLICE ?250 8 Z25 -»ZOO A W. L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE cen^lemem &0fl B0Y8 £1.75 fob THE BEST SH Ot IN THE WORLD RIB THE HOKCTf GENTLEMEN and LADIES, save your dob by wearing W. L. Douglas Shoes. They the wants of all classes, and are the moat Ian meet economical foot.wear eTer offered for the money. Beware of dealers who offer other makes, as be ing Just as good, and be sure you have W. L, Douglas Shoes, with name and price stamped os bottom. W. L. Douglas, Brockton, Mass, nr TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. JO Insist on local advertised dealers supplying yot* nn_ Owens ELECTRIC BELT ATTIJ BUSPBlYSOaT. Fat'd Auk. 16. 1687, Imp'd dan. I 3 1801 f. will erre all Eharmatlt Canplaiata. Lombage« t*x**! 's General and Nerv o«| PK; - Debility, CoctiT* .Kidney Dise*. Trembling, [NT V u»i E zhas All oa, V Waxtiug of Body, "W—HitMaeeaaaadbyla. diacre lion» i&YoutX, Aga Sc- or Single Lifo. Alas ELECT*» Married rFm 8 ?»? SS&*Combined. Sulk » 11 . ïî«f. F0 !- V «K aiKTUTII tool, too MOK which will b e .rot i„ » pU„ . 0 , 1,4 nr ?icT~ Dr.Oven'. ELECTRIC INSOLES, 81 Per pair. Addroaa OWEN ELECTRIC BELT AND APPLIANCE Co!T"* ® roaawa J'. *T. LOU IK. MO. ARE YOU A FARMER? If 60 you are one from choice and can tell whether fanning aa an in vestment paye. Do you make it pay ? Have yon first-class tools, fix tures, etc. ? Yon say yes, but yon are wrong if you have no scalea. You should have one, and by send g a postal card you cau get full information from * of in JONES OF BINGHAMTON, BINGHAMTON, N. Y. the •-TYPE-HIGH—O NEWSPAPER PLATES Superior to any other Plate on the market. Always ready for use. AU clamas of manat furnished on abort notice. NO BASES TO ADJUST Cat to desired length easier and quicker then anv surface plate. MITBR BOX sad SAW fB££ to regular customers. The Newspaper Publisher who fives this Plate a trial will use no other. International Pr«ss Association, 415 «SB Dearborn St., Ch I page. J.J. THOMAS & CO., WHOLESALE GOAL! 1«1S Unrlla Street. Denver, - Col. 6p«el»l rate« for cm load* to Club* »ad AUUdow for »11 .Northern Colorado Lump »ad Steam Coal*. Couauraera will oou*uli their latareete by wrliiag for prie«». Dr. Le Due's Periodical Pills Are warrantad to relier» Urdj. Irre* alar sad da larrt menstruation.. K. labil. hed iu Korop, la iÜS, England, ISM. Canada, irr. United 8 ta tea, 1887. Wa «all IhU French Mil at » a bos as three (or It. We warrant three boxes to givara, lief as above stated or refund the money. Thera Mods o*» be lent per mail on raoalpt of money. Wholesale and retail of Goodman Drug Oo* Omaha. _ ' Rorr.iTio8.ti, rational Business colleoe.w.V.I ▲ high grads training achooi. Writ« u. U/ACU iMCTfill Pend to the ft ta to Board of nnOHiriD I Ufl Tiada. 8 KAT*n.B, fora Lruo •Laterne nt of tbe BUM«'* eourora of wealth. "l W. N. U., Omaha, • 687—39.