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; A not ing the j of j the ! : j i j I "1' __ 1 7" j* OMÎ ENJOYS JJt.ih the method autl results when Syrup of Figs i* taken; it is pleasant tiitl refreshing to tho taste, and acU rendy jet promptly on the Kidney«, Liver and Bowels, cleanses the syo tem effectually, dispel* colds, head ache* sud fevers and cures habitual constipation* ttyrwB o( Fig* i* the only remedy of its kind ever pro duced, pleasing to the taste and ac ceptable U> the st-mach, prompt in its action :.nd truly beneficial »its affects, prepared ouly from the merit healthy and agreeable substances, tu mau y excellent qualities com mend it to all and have made it the most popular remedy known. Syrup of Fig* is for sale in 50o nd 11 bottles bv all loading drug gins Any reliable druggist who cisy not have it on hand will pro it promptly for any one whe vislies to try it Do not accept *nv substitute. j j ; | in j ; 1 j of j 1 ! _ i ! ! , ! ! i I CALIFORNIA FIO SYRUP CO. sm nAMUtCO. ett. urn tom. M t. Ukuvnui. a. "German Syrup I I J C I*; 1 vis. Rector of St. James' Episcopal Church, Kufaula. Ala.: "My s-iit has been badly afllicted with a fearful and threatening cough for several months, and after trying Kvmlprescriptions from physicians which failed to relieve him. he has ! been perfectly restored by the use ol two bottles of Bo , , c An Episcopal *c.»ccs German S. r up. I «»n fecom mend it "'it Bout hesitation.'' Chronic , i severe, deep seated toughs like this «re as severe tests as a remedy can | be subjected to. It is for these long- ] Standing cases that Boschce's Ger* ! man Syrup is made a specialty, Manv others afflicted as this lad wu, will do well to make ß note of . émébb| ] I J. F. Arnold, Montevideo, Minn., j wriU-s. I always use German Syrup for a Cold on the Lungs. 1 have few ! &G. GKH'.V Sole Man'fr, Woodbury,N.J. ' j Roctor. mil • iuj>«rior. > TYPE-HIGH NEWSPAPER PUTES «•tvri.ir b> ««y mh*r ri»to nn th* Bukei. , Cto " e * NOBA8E8TO ADJUST Cmtndr.nvOlongd.rwoTr «.riulrtv"« Çi »•»<•» pui*. MITKR Box »nd SAW FHEtu,,e fu a,On* 1 »w«! «m um „ouUier International Press Association, ! j I j 41ft 49ft Dearborn J%t., Chicago J.J. THOMAS & CO., WHOLESALE GOAL! 1*18 Cstrll« »Irret, Denver, - Col. for 0*r)0*4f to 01« bt and AllUo«^a » »II Northern <v>l«rn'!o t.ump and Hiram Coal». W, U consult tbslr tute rest* bf •thing for prie««. Dr. Lb Uuc's Periodical Pills Are w.rr.nted to relieve Mrdy. irrrgnlar and d»> WJd m«ti,tru»tlon«. B»Ubll«h«d In Kurnpe la îgj. kn,l»n.t, 1«M), Canada. 1IV77, United 6t»U», V« «II this French 1*111 »IN» bol of îf, fora We warrant three Iwse* to give re* ™l «• »hov« s tute, I refund the money The«« I»ou»c*n he sent |wr mall on reoslpl of money. 0iu ,'* a * *" 4 f'* 1 ! of Goodman Drug Co. The Soap that Cleans Most Lenox. IS HITCHES ÄT THE ÄLTER. man in ty TIMID. FICKLE, AND JEALOUS BRIDES AND GROOMS. A Cate lu Which «Harkt* Wat Willi««" liut Would Have Preferred the ISrlde't bitter—A Complete Change of Partnert. A curious case occurred at Lyons not many years ago. which will go to -how how near a couple may be to be ing married without becoming and wife at all. The lady was an heiress; and the parties hud roached the civil ceremony, had received the personal and official congratulations of the mayor, and were about to sign the attesting document when a tele gram arrived. The couple paused, pens in hand; the witnesses stared; und altogether there was a flurry of excitement as the mayor opened the envelope and read: "Monsieur-r was his One mer, to tion man (the bridegroom) lias already been marriod in Germany, and and his wife live«. Vouchers are on their way to you by posL" Tho French Civil Code provides that, in the event of such a warning as this \ the marriage is to be postponed for a week. This mur r iage wus accordingly postponed, and at the end of the week the bride—although nothing further was heard from the anonymous sender of the telegram —announced that she would not complete the ceremony, The groom expostulated, shouted, whined, swore that a villainous iriek had been played upon him, but ail to He no purpose. The lady was convinced that there was something in tho mes sage. Probably the was right, for it afterward* transp.red that the tele- at i grain wus handed in by a veiled lady j ! in biack. In the meantime her action ; ! had caused some trouble; the worthy j mayor had a consultation with the Juge de Paix and the lawyers engaged , in tho matter; and they, after a con ! saltation, decided tiiat tho couple were ***1111 a couple and not a pair." Fickleness on the part of bride or ! groom i* not an unfrequent scourco of ly. hitches at the uiur. He of of to ed being asked if he would take the wo man to bo hi* wedded wife replied, with shameful Indécision, and equally shameful disregard for the lady's feat A story l* tfid of a rustic who. on ■ ■§! Jl ! ,'•'«• J m wUUn ; but Id a much ™ lhcr b r.l ,k ?, A Ud y r ** idln f i0 tho • oulh of Ir * land put* on record tbe following: .-When in the »hop of our principal rall jj nor in 0 ur village, this Sbrove Doe." the *»ya ••! nxkud it »he had , i nao y bridai bonnet« lo make. 'No. indeed.' »ho answered. There'* a girl | of ihr Scanian» getting marriod to-day, ] but 1 mad« her bonnet two yewr* ago. ! Tlioy were on tbe way to the chapel when they had a difference, and the >»a«ch we* broken off: but. like a *en . »'Wo girl *bo kept the bonncL and ] now It wiDw in handy enough. I Tho iMAHso Indy teilt un of another j hitch, »ay« the Saturday Evening Post. A marriage wn* arranged, friends nmi the ! & Z£i of It the father of another girl came ' to tho bridegroom, and offered him hU daughter with ten pound* more fortune than the ono ho wa* promised ••Done!'' »aid tho ungallnnt bride groom; and »traightway broke off the j former match, left the girl to go home weeping and his friend* »wearing, and even tin! iy married tho girl with the One almost hopes that to. more money. »ho turned out to be a shrew. , Xho most extraordinary hitch we ever heard of occurred in a .uburb of Pari». Two couples presented thom »«**•• at the mayoralty to carry out the civil portion of tnarriago contracL Of the bridegrooms fancied he saw 1 h '* m " ki 7 JÄ'Ä'"i the other man. and being of a jealous turn of mind, seized her roughly by the hand, and said sharply: ■ Mademoiselle, which of the two's bride are you? You nrc mine, I be lieve; then obligo mo by confining your glnncoe to mo." The woman was young and pretty, and possessed of a considerable deal of ! spirit, and resenting tho tono of tho j reprimand, retorted; I "Ah, monsieur. If you are jealous j already I am likely to lead a pleasant life with you." The joalou* ono mndo an angry re ply; the other groom took the lady's part and this led to a general disput.', which developed into a free fight be tween tha two men. compelled to adjourn the ceremony for half an hour to give them time for an nmicable settlement When they ap peared again before him. tho obliging official was astounded to find that all parties had changed partners; and. as the four adhered to the new arrange ment. he had no course open but to proceed. Tho mayor was la of re* Kmiraordlnary Jnmptnn Feat». Tho jumping and pole-vnulUng f«ats of our oontomporary athletes sootn but tho work of babies and pygmies when compared with tho extraordinary do ings of tho old-timo acrobat*. If his tory is to be bolioved Phayllus of Cro ton» could stand and tnako a fifty-six foot jump on tho dead level Ho was one of tho main athlete* at the Olympic game*, hi« enormous jump forming a part of tho cour»« of the Pentathlon. Strutt, the noted English authority on game« and amusement*, apeak* of a Yorkshire jumper named Ireland whose power* wore something marvol ou*. Ho wa* 0 foot high at the ago of 18, nt which time, without tho aid of spring* or »pring-bourd. he leaped over nine horse* ranged »Ido by side, »nd another timo lightly cleared a heavy wagon which wiw covered with an awning. Colonel Ironside*, who mude a voyage from England to India early la the present century, relates that he met In his travels nnold white haired mtn, who with a single bound I cleared the back of an enormous e!e phant, flanked on either side with six | camels of the largest breed. A book of entitled • History of Wonders Per- 1 ered formed at Fuirs," mentions an English. ! They man who, at the Fair of St. German, j or in 1724, leaped over the heads of for- | the ty people without touching one of but them. j j hold I read Composed of a Cotton Nlght-Cp Filled i I their ARACO'S DILEMMA. With Double- Barreled Snore*. Arago, the great French scientist, . was never seen with a decoration on ; ol ' his breast. lie valued honors slightly. ( er6 One evening I.cverrier, tho ustrono- i 10 mer, called on him on his way to dino | with a minister. He expressed a wish ' tli0 to appear decorated with an order to ' which he was entitled, having re- *!'*'• ceived the official notice of the honor, although he had not as yet the decora- & et tion itself. •Open that drawer." said Arago, ••and take whatever you want." In that drawer were all the crosses and ribbons which kings and emperors 1 confer. I While Arago wished above every thing to promulgate science and to make his researches useful he did not attempt to identify himself forever nothing more than seeming ridiculous, He was careful of his dignity even with his most intimate friands, ing account of Arago's mortification at having to share a room with his friend, M. Quetelet, director at the ; Brussels observatory, says the Youth's j Companion They were at Louvain. When it appeared that the best accommodation that could be given them was one room with two beds. Arago seemed much disturbed. When they went to tho room he paced tho floor impatient ly. while Iho Belgian astronomer watched him in astonishment and dar tceu It. Tie. with his discoveries by writing books. He had no time for writing, but con tented himself with noting the results of bis work in the record of the bureau of longitude or announcing it verbally to the academy. But this distinguished man dreaded pets and be and to the Eugene do Mirecourt gives an smut In ed not prepare for tied. Finally Arago seemed to form a desperate resolution. He exclaimed; "I ought to tell you. my dear friend, that it is impossible for me to sleep unless I have on nv head-" •What?" "A cotton nightcap!" "Faith, that is my own habiL" re plied M. Quetelet. "Many persons cover their heads so when they go to bed." a "Do you think so?" said Arago. with a sigh of relief. "But that is not nil. When 1 sleep-" "Well?" "I snore !" "Ah. so do I. I make as much noise a* a pipe organ," returned the Belgian. "Oh. well, then, Hint is different, " said Arago, much consoled. "Let us go to bed." j j I I ! XI» r Photoercipti Anllrlpafed. In Fenelon's "Fables." written in . „ 16#0. may be found an interesting I chapter, entitled "Voyage Suppose." ! ' Of the marvel* related in that story we rend: "There was no painter in all that country, but when they wished tho portrait of a friend, they put water in to largo basin, of gold and sliver and made this water to face tho object j they wished to paint 5oon the water ] would congeal and become ns the face of a mirror, where the imago dwelt in effneeably. wherever ono pleased, always giving uh faithful a picture as a mirror." Who will say that Fonelon did not anticipate tho photograph? This could be carried MASCULINITIES. Prof. William 6. Tyler, now In his 61st year, bae hern instructor in Greek at Am herst college for 65 years. There is a man in Kansas who wears a ■un bonnet summer and winter, and will never give the reason for hl» freak. Kri Grey, of Etoxbury, N. Y., aged 108 yeara, ha* just been taken to the poor houso. Ue insisted on a born of whisky and a good cigar before going. An anti-slang club, of Grand Rapid*, Mich., has so prospered that the total from lines for using slang amount« to enough to give the member* a big picnic. Boston's new prohibition law ha« gone into effect It allows a man two drunks per year for which he cannot be sentenced, but upon tbe third offense he goes up for one year. "Yourson has boon graduatedl" "Yes." "Now the question Is, will he 1» able to make his knowledge useful, to impart it to others!" "1 guess *o. He has begun to impart It to me." Kyrlo A. bldley has returned to his rela tives in Milwaukee after an absence of 41 year*. They supposed he was dead. His home is in Australia and he intends return ing there after his visit. Robert James, of Columbus, O., while praying for the restoration of his wife to health, suddenly and uuaceountably had his sight restored. He is 70 years old and had beeu blind for year*. At a recent Boston wedding, ns the newly-married pair were marching down the aisle the organist played for a reces sional the well-known hymn "Onward Christian Soldier. Marohlng on to War." The barber* of Nordhansen, Saxony, are compelled by law to cleanse and disinfect their brushes, combs and razors Immediate ly after use, and before they are applied to the bnlr or beard of another customer. Butting heads Is bad business. Georgia boy, who was looked upon as the champion butter of his neighborhood, is now verging on Insanity, it is thought as a result of the many butting contests in which he took part. Many a husband is lost In wonder as he reflects that the glowing hand which spanks bis children and serves up his cab bag* Is the very same to which he used to write souuets and which he never kissed without a sense of reverence amounting to rapture. A firm in Ban Frauchn'o recently re ceived from a life prisoner ln tho San Quentin, Cal., prison a check for $60. It was In payment for goods that be bought from the house 24 years ago—just prior to committing the deed for which be U im prisoned. a a A A IVenltftr BumbIaii Pect, Are chills tem plaint. "The jumping monks" is the name a new Kusaiun sect recently discov ered in the province of Orenburg, They eat no meat and do not use liquor or tobacco in any form. They attend the services of the orthodox church, but tills does not entirely satisfy their religious cravings. They therefore hold private meetings at which they read Scripture with their own peculiar commentaries, recite prayers and sing hymns, dancing and clapping with their hands. They stand by each eai and woe line real broth ; b <>1 no tiii-* in sume used are te». ol ' lt ' 1 ' "J er6 ' u ' 1 " tt, ' y ve, '>' kind ana courteous 10 stranger*. 'iheir "little sisters. as they call tli0 female members of tneir tech on meeting a stranger turn away anc *!'*'• repeating the woras, ^cnee, thou evil spirit, until they & et out of *'' s ®^Skt. 1 ney are very lnoustrious ana thrifty, ana their neighbors respect them, synod bus issued a circular to the missionaries to dissuade the jumping in theirex town of from wear This into not sive. weil The thl true from they or by It of ren "Get thee The hoiy monies from persevering travngaul religious performances. JUll's E. A. HOOD, Toledo, Ohio, says: " Catarrh Cure cured my wife of catarrh lif d she has bad no return of tceu years ago It. It'* a safe cure." told by Druggists. Tie. (table* .»lay Take the I'litre of flog». There is just a faint possibility that babies may supersede as fashionable pets the pampered lapdog. The Uuciicss of Portland has taken an odd and perhaps unaccountable fancy to be very proud of her baby daughter and to avail herself of every oppor tunity of having the lime woman with her. " When tho duchess opened tiie great Kensington bazaar recently baby Lady Victoria was proudly displayed to the public ic her mother's arms. Whatever is English ' goes. '' to use the idiom, and how funny and perhaps pretty it would be to see white jeweled hands caressing the fair faces and soft curis of little children and to be hoid a baby on a si! ken shouider in public instead of the bairv little be vibboced canine aritocrats of the mode. —New York Sun. .% Oiriou* Fain« of Sotitii America. One of the most curious pa'uns in the world is called the "Ita," and is very abundant on tbe banks of the Amazon. Bio Negro and Orinoco rivers. In the della of the latter it occupies swampy tracks, which are at times completely inundated and present the anpearance of forests rising out of the The swamps are inhabited by waicr. a tribe of Indians called Guaraues. who subsist almost entirely upon tbe pro duce of the tree. During the annual floods they suspend their houses from tops of the tali stems of the palms. The outer skin of the young leaves is made into cords for hammocks, and the «oft inner bark yields a nutritious farinaceous substance.—Interview in Washington .Suir. now « «ilrl Rtadc Tonor* j 1 give lay «-xperienoi* for the benefit of oth j er*. 1 S4*ni l> io I! K Delno & CO. Colu tu I l>u*. Ol*to. »nd reoeirod a fine tnachiuc for plating with (fold, silver and nickel. The I j.iatin:? \a done so nloo every person wants ! work done I ?et all the knives, fork* and . „ , - , . .... „ . . _ I JS'SSKiSih^'tad «là^lïtî^Æfl« ify ! brother make* «5 to 115 i«t day sellliix plater*. Attv one can do as mucti by writing to tbe above Brin for circula» Leer Wtusois. while Parisians, and in fact the mcrC!(n ui e class of all the large Euro j, ean 0 itie*. is constantly trying to sal j jsfv the „ants of Americana they ] )!lve ag ve t failed lamentably to gral o Barbrm not M li» It. 1 ify the wants of tbe Americans who patronize the barber shop. In Paris. in Ixmdon Amsterdam and Brussels, the barbering devices are crude, and decidedly uncomfortable. The chairs are without foot rest or head rest and in the most fashionable shop in Paris a man is obliged to wash his face in a basin. N. T. Board ef IIeach on Wine. Vt. Janes, of the New York Board of Health, rsys: "I take great pleasure in testifying to' the superior qualities of the Port Wine by Alfred Speer ot New Jersey. Af prolonged trial I recommend it as a super lnc tor the prod ter a i„ : t sick and debilitated. lor « V.-i y True There is much in knowing how to see sights. The discreet and skillful person, when confronted with a vai ety of attractions, will carefully select those that are for him the best, and then will devise means to see them with the least wear und tear. But there are excitable people who set out to see everything, tiro themselves ouL see only half of anything, and are dis satisfied in the end.—Detroit Free i Pres*. The tvlne cup, the wine cup. bring hither, And nil ye It up to the brim. Its headurhes were banished forever. When science discovered « online. The heart, not the head, Is the real mas ter of the man. Major's Cement Repair, Ilroken Article» l&c nod Site. Major's Best Liquid Glue 10c. F.very good mau liulld» his own monu ments. _ «print« Pittent I*ojr Cake«. Two hun dred tona sold weeklv; «old by *11 grocers. The hardest battles we have to light are those we fight w ltl> ourselves. • WITHOUT AN EQUAL. • IT I fl CURES RHEUMATISM, NEURALCIA, LUMBAGO, SCIATICA, Sprains, Bruises, Burns, Swellings, promptly and permanently. TRADE MARK REMedypAIIsI ■ •p ISO'S RRMKDY FOR CATARRH.—Best. Easiest to u*a n A Cheapest. Relief is Immediate. A cure is certain, kor H _ Cold In the Head II lias no cgnoL_Ml B it is nn Ointment, of which a sinr.ll particle is applied to the nostrils. 1'rtce, 60o. Hold by druggists or sent by mail. Address, tv T. UAxxj.Ti.Mt, Warren, Pa. Shaken of All Creed« and Kinds Are to be found In ererj locality visited by chills and fever. The very animals exhibit such nlague-festered regions symptoms the dire infection. If experience has proved, in the domain of medicine, anything conclusively, it is that Hostetler's K to mach Hitters will not only eradicate from the sys tem every vestige of the rniasnia-born com plaint. but effectually defend residents and temporary sojourners in malaria scourged localities against it. r ~ consensus of ; b <>1 There is a general opinion among medical men, no less than in the minds of the public, on tiii-* point. Not only on this continent, but in the tropica where malarial complaint* as sume their most virulent type, tills incom parable medical safeguard is universally used and esteemed. Dyspepsia, biliousness, constipation, debility and kidney l roil 'lie are all thoroughly remcdiablo by the Lit te». in in To Protect Fancy Pillow Case*. It is very much the custom of thrifty housekeepers, when moving from the town into the country home for the season, to carry along a goodly supply of silk covered divan piliows borrowed from the lounges of the town house. When these pillows are incased in delicately tinted silk the hard, double wear of winter and summer is apt to shortly render them unfit for use. This may be prevented by buying a ard or two of variously colored and decorated pungums, that may be made into loose shams and slipped over the round or square piilows. Such shams not only save the wear and tear on the pillows, and are ridiculously inexpen sive. but seem a pleasant relief to the weil known pattern of the under silk case.—Chicago News. The Only One Ever Primed—Can You Find «he Word? There Is s 3-inch display advertisement in thl- paper this week wbieh has no two words alike except ore word. The same is true of each new one appearing each week, from the I>r. Harter .Medicine Co. 'Ibis house places a "Creseeul" on everything they make and publish. Look for it, send them the name o! the word, and they will return you Bo ik, Brxi tii'L'L Lituookafiis or Samples Finir:. A bad man is uncontrolled by hla fear; a good man by his iove. Wake y by maiL Write Chaffee's College, Oswego, N. V. Environments may modify character, but It cannot change it. FITS— Epilepsy permanent',- core* be new fvrtem of treatment. TWO 1UI,L «UTTUS I LI E Send (or Treatise. Lpiieptic liemeiy Co.,4t BroadSC.Kew York. Bewate of (copie who do not love child ren and Cowers. ■ nrk! Li'Krn Miorthiin«] When Baby wax sick, ire pare her Castoria, When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria, When she became Miss, she clung: to Castoria, When she had Children, she gave them Castoria, The devil L&ivs tbe id au wbo minds bis own business. FITS.—All Flu stopped tree bf l»R* KLtvrt gréai ' Mar cures. Tremise »nrt ti 00 trfnl l*ottle free to Verve Itcst»rer. No Fit after first day v rollo Fit case». Send to Dr. KSine.Kil Arch St., Phüa-.Pa j copie bave tbe more Tbe less rcligi they insist upon others having. " H-tinon'* MdrIc C«rn ^nlvr.** WamoiUnl t«» cure, or your druRRiat i To find out wbat a man really is, find out how he treats bis euemv. oner refunded. Ask it. Price lh cents. DR. OWEN'S ELECTRIC BELT awd susi-butboilv. Fat'd Aug. I«, 1887. Imp'd Jan. 13 1891 .\<M/aiAI \ii/y, vur« all Rheumatic »> ComolainU. Lambajp, i s, General and Kervcuc • J ~ V TDebility, Cotti va EAhittitioc, SiMSHcanudbyinl « 1 - v o ^ diacre tion* inYouth, Age o « r r i ed or Single Lift. Aleo ELECTRIC ÏF,fï 6 ?.î BELT Combined. MS MLKP,. _ür. «K Itiitum» toc k. yBt$ Wbieh wfilbe«rat i» «jl.i» .O^ed envelope. r.Owen « ELECTRIC INSOLES, SI per peir. Address OWEN ELECTRIC BEIT AND APPLIANCE CO., 2SSoe*t:r. , 5sr5. roaa " n »' ST ' LOUI8, MO a £00 Print* Cards labels, Ac. Cir cular pr*8«SJi. Muall newspa per alto t$44. l)o your owu printing. Make _ _ PRESS rtcskss 1 JLLU U kJ Type-aetUng easy, printed rnlo*. Send î m.ithm for catalogue of presses, t y pc. cards, &c* k. kELbkt * it»., Meriden t«aa. S3 PRINTING HAY FEVER & ASTHMA FAT FOLKS REDUCE CURED TO ST*Y CURE0. We want the name and ad* dress ot every sufferer in the U. S. and Canada. Address, P. Karold ism, M.I), tafslo, J.T. rixVx \ Mr«. Allee Maple, Oreenn, Mo, write«: l \ f I 1 "Mr weiaht „-««Sal pound*,now it is tsfi, a reduction of 126 h'«." For circular» address, with 6c., Dr. O. W.F3X ÏDEK. McVicker 1 , Ihoatre. OhiWo. 111. I dp wot , I nor:::"'.'.. •all for public bfMTolrm«. I I am successful, buftines« at a fair profit on perfectly sound and honor able methods. Pond small bottle of urine with history of your case, I will send full particulars of your diwuwe free. Dr. T. N. Crowley, Terr« 11 auto, Inft thi ly reliable and suecess are .60 nillfll l*«*r I»a>. VVIIIUUUE IIUKUI oii.uu, Net». At north end of new 10th St viaduct. The most home like hotel iu the city. Table the best. Positive cure. R y mall, sealed Book free. Address Dr. W.S, KICK, Box 8. StnUhTille, N.Y. EDUCATION II* RUPTURE rational Business College, qTA-fwo A high gride training school. Write us* If afflicted with sore eye*. u»o 1 Thompson's Eyt Wator. «a \\ u I A m. i ; [// eawaicsr last There'e danger a cough—more than ever when your blood is "bad." It makes things easy for Consumption. But there's a cure for it in Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. A posi tive cure—not only for Weak Lungs, Spitting of Blood, Bron chitis, Asthma and all lingering Coughs, but for Consumption itself in all its earlier stages. It's rea sonable. All these diseases depend on tainted blood. Consumption is simply Lung-scrofula. And for every form of scrofula and blood taint, the "Discovery" is a certain remedy. It's so certain, that its makers guarantee it to benefit or cure, in every case, or the money is refunded. With a medicine that i* certain, this can be done. in There's a cure for Catarrh, too, no matter what you've been led to believe. If there isn't, in your case, you'll get 0500 cash. It's a bona fide offer that's made by the pro ■ metors of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy. There's risk in it, to bo sure, but they are willing to take the risk—you ought to be glad to take the medicine. SICKHE AOAOHE _ «Ti roaitlTcIy<mred by r* Ä DTCD O ****•« ut«« puis. IfMf\i f t Th«y«kor»IimDto* 11 trassfromDyapapsia.In dir©» ticm ar.d TcoHssrtr Eating. A perfect edy for Dizzirjasa.Xauasa DrowsiQMA. Bad Tuti TITLE EVER jL Jr, . T* 1* in tba Mouth, Coated fr® I L IL S Tongue.Pain in the 8lda W * TOIiPLD XJTXK. They regulate the Bowl*. Pur.tr Price 26 Cental : « CASTES UDKBB C0„ KEWYSüZ. Small Pill. Small Dose. Small Price. m 8* 3 a* £ r «f PKJj RELIEVES alt Stomach Distress. REMOVES Nausea, Sense of Fnllnes«, Congestion, Pain. REVIVES Failing ENERGY. RESTORES Normal Circulation, and WAims to Tox Tirs. OR HARTER MEDICINE CO., tt. Loot*. ■•* MONEY -FDR ALL EI-SLAYES- MONEY KEGRO PREACHERS AND TEACHERS READ. Toll all es-alavea to tend #4» money order , for a g-old emblem badge—Vaughan'a book ^containing let from Negro Bienopo, J rederlek Douglaac.Biehop Newman. Senator Cullom, Ka-Mayor Carter H arrioon. Judge Thurston, and many other* l«û page*, illustra ted'. blanks, paper?, etc., folly explaining his SLAVE PENSION I KX 1* BILL. 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