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Syrup of Figs is taken ; it is pleasant and refreshing to the taste', aud 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 popular remedy known. " Syrup of Figs is for sale in 0c and $1 bottles by 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 FIG SYRUP CO. 8AM MAMCi&CO CAL tOumiUE. Kf. hEW YORK. Af . A True) Combination of MOCHA, JAVA and RIO. Picture Card Given With every pound package. For Sale everywhere. foolis.toc(TeUee,0. ON 30 DAYS' TRIAL. iim ruia eiBTta ethers, la enp shape, wlli Self- m, m. ,.r ini. lla II InfMlfr. .41.11 1. Ivi.li nn.ltln,athahndT.whllS Jf thebaMlatbeeap pro) back eureoartaln. fi !. l-ahieeiteh-ap, Hit by aiel straiten free. EBOLESTON MF8. CO..Chlcaoe, III. Bis Mooe- In Lots And Orange Grore Tracts In La Heine Park. . Marion uo., rtORiDA. Central Addition moat rapldlr growing oltr In tbe State. Moat healthy spot In thl country. I'erfect Climate. Fine Hotels, amnio Railroads. CenterOr un and Phnsohata District. Hlche.t In the World. Millions bains In-ested. Additional InTeatmenU dally. Over 10.000 people Interested. Certain number Lota (it ana up. rrioes soon oe aa-ancea. nuy now and participate In this Increase of rallies. Bare mon ey In this for yon. Will pay to Investigate the K ACTS. For Flats, ete., address JOHNSON A MCGKB, Weat rn Agla. Rooms IM-Ut Inter Ocean Bldg.Cblcago.lll n fl M ffa Tte samt of (hs Csaary Bmdsrt erthsHsrU UIICftafMeaataias. It mum the sosg f Cage Birds, .a-JLFIPIA prereate tair ailateau ea4 l ubeia I.1MI JIJAla tpo4 eoedutoa. It makes Caaariee a. m I f r? i stagt-ea while shedding fcathers. Seat I.IMet.La)Vtrr mill for 15 atata. Sold by all drug- CANARIES fllrd 'RmAbwIM free. Add no, mmm Anns rr the mrd food ca oo n. VAKULUi Thlrs Street, Psiumuiu. P. IBSrSIBB o TBS Atrcantili Agincy. I -J -- TUB OLDEST ANI IIE-ITi lis iu u luu t., CHiiiao. PARC H E E S I THE BEST HOME CAME. ' For years on the market, and excels ail others, Price! each, malted post-paid. IIUHV" A BlUUTSB, 41 JOliS STBgET, IIW YORK. STEREOPTIGONS b'V c"iLL.00i MAGIC LANTERNSi K II I X r beaullf ill pictures aultnble lor Hun IIMIaf b day Reboots. Lodges, Church Fairs and the Home Circle. Best and chennejt P!Blc f.nnlerna made by COI.T& CJMU'AS Y, 18 Bevkmnn Htreet. Kew York City. Illustrated Cat alixnipe Kft. MANHOOD ?J,fR,? fill tinpniileitc-. canning I'remataie Iwor, Nerroue known remedy, has dieoorered e.Vmple means of anil- HTScuffy SHEET MUSIC. ull ilMf 11x14). Same a. euld in mniilr Htorea s-en- e rally at from We. to II 00. Largest I hit to Select rrom. nana we mm r-r ..! m. imm mr ww CetaleseerB-.B. W1NIWUK MUSIC VU 863 Stmt Street, Chicago, ill. S200.00 -KESS IntereaL will buy a farm In 1 D.OO Cash, balance 10 1 at S per cent, annual IntereaL will buy a farm In Nebraska or Kansas Partial pe-menta permitted to suit purchaser. For large list of BAKUAINS Inclose sump to Blnger Bradley, 1619 amain -btreet, Omaha, Keb. . r"TrOtOPlJOI,'v w.iwonms, 1(1 ik-OIVJI J Wahlnton,li., lcVuooeMfully Prosecutes ClalmSj 14 Lt Principal ilz&mlnar U.8 panalon Bureau. U lyra m last war, 14 adjudicating claims, auy auioa VOaiiiMsMiiai aa4 llni efjfrlaU aaV I II iarlees, aw PaMIe BiblMUaa aad HaaM A AAA aafiaiiniit geassjr m OalilinaiAaa MOA LUSTER, Mej.OpU1ea.4aaa a au. gew tfc. ITS05 WaiTBafferer. Dr. Hei Book ot Besiedtes I""""" with directions for f rPl borne cure eanl m m M Haaiiartia.Claxkat.Cblaa MEXICAN CACTUS PIIXS. Agents wanted everywhere for this wonderf nl new remedy. Hample bottle 8s. Clrcnlnr free. Caoma Co.. Box 8, Kast El Paso; Texas. S. D. GUILDS ft CO WMT5i UedalUU. 144-148 Monro St., Chleaso. tPr"t' C niPt Prodaes Commlaaloa rrBVa,B.rly C WAtilla Kerchant. sit Duane Bt-N. Y. Virile lor prices, sto. Oonslgnatanta solicited. tjt Anmi nag IRroaglTlog. Cheap nnmra for As"lr?nen bare smaller feet, folld aLMaJILiOoumMrf. Pamphlet free. dam. pie pkg.. TOa- The Mediae Co., New York, triflltnxi I" lKlnoli, Iowa, Kansas, rbii JALC Nehranlra. and other Hlatas. Send for Itet, ROWLEY BLACK, M Washington St., Chicago. MTCKTC ObtamaA by, Kinertenred golMtnra af r M I CH I lowest prlra. Ad.lrea. the CH1CAOU r ATKNT LAW AO'CT., b La Balls St., Cbloago rri r """ rlV Where tolaaraandgelasltaa IUL...fHI) won. Information fnae. Address Indapendant lohoolof Telaarranhr. Indepsndanoa. Mo. fwui'Sssi a tpadalty1 - w w ae new, wiieie ovim, v,kii ' I kdaataU eases a ipecUlty. Ad,kelree. mwm 11 IC r 8TAQB GOSSIP. Lily Post will not unf next ioaon, bat will enjoy private life la her Dourer home. . , . , ; The romantlo runaway marriage of Carrier KIca. daughter of E. E. Rice, and you or Mr. To lit, has culminated la the divorce court .' Theresa Vaughn has been engaged to sing In "The Oondollers" with D'Oyley Carte's London company. She and bor husband, W. A. Mestayer, sailod for Europe a few days since. . 'Marlon Boles, who was seen with Rhea In "Josephine, Empress of the French," has loft the company and Is seeking a divorce from ber bnsband, William R. Hatch. On his arrival atBucksport with "Old Jed Prouty" Richard Ooldon was ten dered an ovation by the cltlzons. ' The town was Illuminated, salutes were fired, and be was made the recipient of a handsome sliver water pitcher. Maud Banks Is presenting "Joan of Arc" to Massachusetts audiences with a French company and In the French Ian guage. Miss Ranks has written a comedy entitled '-'A Modern Marriage," which has been highly recommondod. Lillian Euseoll, who has distanced all competitors In tho "beauty contest," 1s declared by Von Rolow to be the only woman who can sing the chromatic scale correctly and to be bosldos the most beautiful singer on the operatic stage. At Minneapolis . recently suit was brought against Fanny Davenport by a member of her company to recover 810,i)00 damages for libel. When Fanny entered tho wltnoss box and was asked her age she evadod tho question by say Ing she had boon on the stage for twen ty years. Miss Ine. CarusI, the harpist, who Is i accompanying Strauss on his American tour, is a native of Baltimore but of Italian doscent. Sho has a fine dramatic soprano voice and has fre quently appeared in publlo in her native city; She has been a pupil of Del Pueute. Carmenctta, the Spanish dancer, now tho rage In New York, can neither read nor write. Rolossy Klralfy has brought suit to restrain her from performing under any other manaeemont but his. lie claims to have taken hor from an obscuro circus, contracted with her for V150 per week, and advertised her ex tenslvely. Under pre ton so of going to Philadelphia to nurso her sick bnsband she began an engagement with Koster & Rial, which Klralfy Is trying to have canceled. SOME GOOD SNAKE STORIES. A Sedalla, Ma, editor was presented with a snake lately. When it arrived it was wholo, but in a day or two it unjolnt ed Itself and Is now In three pieces. The moral' of this paragraph Is to shun the first glass. While two ladles and a gentleman were out riding at St Augustine. Fla., s day or twa ago, a huge biacksnake fell from a limb of an overhanging treo upon the top ot the carriage. The same crawled down Into the carriage by the sldo of one of the ladles. She screamed and the snake slid down the side of the vehicle and made for the palmetto bushes. The driver slashod at, it with bis whip and secured as atrophy a piece of the snake's tail. 'Judge Bailey of Jackson. Go., while fishing saw a monster moccasin swim ming by. Thinking It was a sea ser pent the Judge attempted to harpoon him with a hook. Making an artistic cast he succeeded In hooking the mon ster through the body. Then It was "pull Dick, pull dov " wo mean pull snake, pull Judge. At last tho snake mado a dash at the log upon which the judge was standing, when the legal umlnary took to the water, yelling for hoi p. lie was at last rescued by his friends and his snakeshlp was killed. Two lads, aged 13 and 14, living near Carroll ton, Ohio, were taking a horse to pasture, on Mr. Thomas' farm, and as they were about to secrete the bridle until their return they discovered two large blacksnakes, one of which the lads succeeded In ktlllnsr, while the othor took refugo In a hollow log. The next day the father of tho boys visited the place and cutting into tho log dis covered and killed the other snake. Each one of the reptiles measured six feet and inside of tho first one killed were found fourteen pheasant eggs. D. J. Guyton. living at Cartervlllo, Go., klllod a snake under peculiar cir cumstances, ills cow had failed to como up at tho usual time and be went .out In search for her. After a long hunt he found tlio animal In a field, and when ho attemoted to drive her home ward she would not move. Upon closer Inspection Mr. Gupton met with a sur prising sight. Wrapped around one of tho legs of the cow was a largo snake, the head of which was doing effective service in drawing lacteal fluid from one of the teats. It took only a few min utes to kill the snake, which was found to be of the chicken variety, measuring six feet and eight Inches. Jaet sad Economical. (J"ro- Farm, Field, and Stockman, "The action of tbereeentconyetitlon of IheF.Tst B. A. of Illinois, Indorsing the Paddock Pure Food JJill. representing the ideas of 80,000 practical far mars, will hare great weight with the next Congress, An immense meeting at St. Lonla recently alac endorsed the Paddock Pure Food BUI. This showl that the farmers are waking np. There la no qnesOon bnt that the breadth and scope of the Paddock Bill, pat it far ahead of any similar measure whloh Congress baa yet discassed, and removes the objectionable featnre of class leg islation, to which the Conger Lard Bill is open. It makes no difference whether tba Bill fs-ors farmer or laborer, banker or manufacturer. If it favored on clase to the exclusion of others, it sbon'.d not receive tho approbation of the people Another thing which commends the Paddock Bill to the farmer Is the economy of Its working. In stead of an army ot revenue officials which the Conger Bill calls for, the Inspection of food is put Where it belongs. In the Agricultural Department. There is a practical common aenae ring to all the requirements of the Bill whloh points to the fact that II originated in the Farmers' Alliances, of Nebraska, and cot in a Boston millionaire lard mannfactnrer'a office, such aa la aaid to have fathered the Conger BlU .. 100 Howard. tllOO. Tba readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there Is at least one dreaded disease that science has been Able to cure In all Its stitgae, and that Is Ca tarrh. IlaU's CaUrrh Cure Is the only pos Ittve cure now known to the medical frater nity. Catarrh being a constitutional dlwiaaa, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall'i Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting di rectly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foun dation ot tbe disease, and giving the patianl strength by building up tbe constitution and assisting nature in tlolnt 1U work. Ths proprietors have so much faltb In IU cure, tlve powers tbat they offer One Hundred Dollars for any esse tbat ft falls to cur, bend for list of testimonials. , Address F.J. CHENEY k CO, Toledo, Q , . CiTSold by Druggists, 76e . THE FAMILY SCRAP BASKET. A bag of charcoal hung In tho cistern will purify the water. It is said' that American gingerbread Is becoming popular in England. ' Can American gonitis Invonta pot for belling cabbage without perfuming the neighborhood? ' : The man or woman who cannot decide which of two things to do Is not likely to do either vory ofToctually. Content and Indolenco are qulto dif ferent quanting, but it Is not always easy to distinguish between thom. . .Water solutions are difficult to mix with vascllire, but It In said this diffi culty can be overcome by moans of ft llttlo castor oil. Silver-link purse for ladles' use are now made long, with an opening In the center to close with rings liko the net ted silk purses. Lamp chimneys are easily cleaned by holding thom ovor the steam from a tea kettle, rubbing them with a soft cloth and polishing with papor. It Is one of the easiest things In tho world to get Intodobt, but debt Is ono of the hardost masters to sorvo, and one of the most difficult to oscape. - Damp tea leaves, scattered over the carpet before sweeping, will not only prevent the rising ot dust, but will brighten the color of the carpet It a stove Is burned rod and the black ing won't stick to It, put a little fat fried from salt pork Into tho water yon dlssolvo your blacking In, and try again. It Is a fallacy to suppose that the cravings of a pattont are mere whims, which should be doulod. Tbe stomach often needs, craves, and digest articles not found In anv dietary. . Flowers can bo kept fresh for soma t time if a pinch of soda or saltpetre is '. added to tho wator. II ted roses will ' regain their freshness if dlppod a moment or two In not water. , For removing varnish, spirits of am monia Is used. Scraping, and sand papering can be employed, but It must bo done carefully bv experienced hands, or tho surface of tho wood will bo In jured, o Tho name "Johnny cake" Is said to bo derived from "journey cake," because emigrants Journeying from New Eng land to tho West were obllired - to bake their Indian meal cakes in the ashes of ; their camp-fires. - Jewelry can be beautifully cleaned by washing in soap-suds, in which a few drops ot spirits of ammonia are stirred, shaking, oft tho water and laying in a box ot dry sawdust This method leaves no marks or scratches. A Western man Is said to have In vented a machine for putting on wall paper.. If the. average housowlfo can operate tho thing, and do away with the average paper-hanger blessed will be tbat man's name among women. "Oht dear," said llttlo May, as she sat down to the breakfast table, rubbing herbluoeyos with her dimpled fists. "I do wish, If grandpa Is always going to sleep so loud as ho did Inst night, he could have a room way off from mine. He kept mo awako hours an' hours." Greaso may be removed from white marblo by applying a mlxturo of two parts washing soda, one part ground pumico-stone and one part chalk, all first finely powdered and made Into a pasto with water; rub well over tho marblo and finally wash off with soap and water. A high medical authority says noth ing so quickly restores tone to exhausted nerves, and strength to a weary body, as a bath containing an ounce of aqua ammonia to each pailful of water. It makes the flesh firm and smooth as marble, and renders the body pure and free from all odors. The following Is the only verse In tho Bible that contains the alphabet: "And I, even I, Artaxerxes, the 'King, do make a decree to all the treasures which are beyond the river, that whatsoever Ezra, the priest the scribe of tbe law of the God of heaven, shall require of you. It bo done spocdlly." Ezra vll, 2). Tho Princess of Wales not only had her three daughters taught to ride In left and right saddle-scats, but also to mako bread and butter. One hour a day the princesses devote to housekeeping, donnlns white alter-gowns, made with Bishop's sleeves and girdled with an old silver chain, to which tho keys ot the house are attached. . "All is not gold .that, glitters," nor Is everything brass that discolors. A person wearing a 14-carat ring on ono finger and a 10-earat ring on another may have noticed that tho finger with higher carat will be discolored and the other one not The reason Is that the ring of the lower carat (its snugly and the other Is rather loot-e, thus causing friction. The teachings of our American homos as to the laws of health, Is miserably defective, and It Is not less so in the homes of wealth and cultivated Intelll- ' gence than In those of Ignoranco and narrow means. Thore Is an Indiffer ence, a parental Ignoranco, a mauvalso honto a bad shamo, which Is silent and unobservant when It ought to be watch ful and speak. A stew usually has vegetables and dumplings cooked .with the meat A I haricot of mutton or any other meat Is I a stew with the moat and vegetables cut 1 lino the size of a haricot boan. A ragout Is a stew highly flavorod with j wine. A salmi Is a stew of game. A ! chowder is a stew of fish. A frlcasee Is a form of stewing where tho meat Is fried or brownod In fat, elthor before or after stowing, and Is usually servod without vegetables. A pot-pie is a stew with tho dough put on as a crust Braising Is a form of stowing, usually done In a covered pan In tho oven. It gives a richer, strongor flavor than that obtained by stowing over the fire. OLD CHOCOLATE'S CHAT. Hammerln' niakos suflln' mo' cn sound', r . A-manv dat ho'p make laws he'p' break um. Ilonesty am good, an lalkwlso a pad lock on de do'. . , . Do oldah 0 man de less ho risk boln' foun' out w'en ho lies. Ef yo' tlo a hand knot In a burry yo' nil wish yo'd tuk yo' time. Ef yo' know w'at teo do wld yo han's an' foot swtmmln' or easy. - De fastah a nag kin trabble ds mo' dar am dat ud talk too drive um. , A nabah's pig may grunt loudah an yo'n, but yo' pig's grun er mo' lalk musle.--Puck. , , I WHAT MRS. ORUNDY SAYS. That women who . paint their faces are always open to suspicion. That among fashionable people ap pearances are more docoptlve than svor. That business In the criminal courts Increases with the revlyal of "the races." ' That the politicians who go abroad aro very wlsoly discouraging "send offs." , ' That tbe date line Is about tho only reliable thing in some ot the newspa pers. .? That In suing fashionable pooplo a good deal of expense Is nocdlossly In curred. , . t That the social progress ot somo Americans In London Is largely Innows papers. That In the line of catchpenny enter tainments the "annual beueOt" tnkoa the lead. That college students ot to-day are too much glyen to "rudlmental dissipa tions." " ,. . That an Incompleted education and superstition r.re always found to go to gether. . ...,-;?.,..,... . That those best Informed about Euro pean affairs are going 'about predicting war.( That foreigners - ridicule the gay attire of the women In this country In the streets. That men who cannot pay their house hold bills have no business to bolon'g to clubs. ... . That "other men's wives" continue to bo responsiblo for a deal of domestic misery. '.' That, as might have been expected, the Immoral novels no longer find a pay ing sale. , . ' - That the girl who walks without swinging her arms Is entitled to "honor able" mention.'. That there Is one thing monoy cannot do, and that ,1s make a porson refined and genteel. That an American gentleman for a husband Is more to be desired than a dozen counts. . That the masculine girl seems to de light to make her actions correspond with her dress. . - That the trfrl of the period's beauty of face and form exceed her qualities of mind and heart ... That It never does to tell the driver of a dog cart that ho Is not as nico look ing as his groom. That business men are wisest who dis miss clerks who are habltuosof the race track. DOQS AS GIFJ-S. For stock broker, speculator or In vestor In contingencies of any kind get s pointer. The same kind of a dog also goes well with a punctuator. .For a compositor get a setter. For military men, a dog of war. ', For a mart who has lost his fortuno, retriever. For a ballooonlst, a Sky terrier. For a pedestrian, a lap-dog. GUEAT WRITERS OF To convince everybody, before subscribing, of the high quality and interest of our Beautifully Illustrated journal in its new form, we will send to any address t, SEND TEN CENTS for a trial subscription, and we will send you three numbers, including our CHRISTMAS NUMBER, with an artistic, cover; also our Calendar Announcement for 1891, with a painting by J. G.' L. Ferris. These' three numbers contain the following reading-matter : Mr 8. Amelia E Jiarr'8 new serial, "The Deads of Tasmer." ' Mrs. Barr is the author of that most successful serial, " Friend Olivia," just completed in The Century ; but hereafter Mrs. Barr will write exclusively for The , Ledger. Hon. George Bancroft's description of "The Battle of LakeErieV illustrated. V. Margaret D eland9 8 latest" story, "To What End?" : James Russell Lowell's poem, "My Brook," written expressly for' The Ledger, beautifully illustrated by Wilson de Meza, and issued as a FOUR-PAGE SOUVENIR SUPPLEMENT. . Mrs, Dr. Julia Holmes Smith starts a series of articles giving very valuable information to young mothers. Robert Grant's entertaining society novel, "Mrs. Harold Stagg." Harriet Prescott Spofford, Marion Harland, Marquise Zanza, Josiah Allen's Wife, Maurice Thompson and George Frederic Parsons contribute short stories. James Par ton, M. W; Hazeltine and Oliver Dyer (author of AO j CO (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) - vrat oc.uuuis y tuuiiiuuic aiuwica imviuau, - 1 In' addition to the above, SPARKLING. EDITORIALS, Illustrated Poems, Helkm; Marshall North's chatty column, and a variety of delightful reading of interest to all members of the household. ' -. . ,- The foregoing is a sample of the matter which goes to make up the most perfect National Family Journal ever offered to the American people. Send Ten Cents for these three numbers and judge for yourself, or send only Two Dollars for a year s subscription to . THE NEW YORK R0T3ERT CONNER'S SONS, w Physicians' prescriptions bsve failed to reacli many caaes of rheumatism known to nave been subsequently ourod by balvatlon OIL Tbat 1 tba reason why the popular voice Is practically unanimous la its favor. One bottle Is usually sufficient ' Man Is generally a fool up to forty years of age, at which time he arrives at the con clusion that be knows Very little any way. "Oh speak, yt gliosis of tbe dead, and say wlat killed youf" The answer came, borne on the fierce east wind: "Cold I cold I coldl" Then let us be thankful tbat since then we have Dr. bull's Cough byrup. Over 13,000 pupils were flopped In tbe Boston schools last ycur. The Boston schools worn to be given mostly to "manual training." Is It economy to save a few cents baying a cheap soap or strong washing powder, and lose dollars in ruineti, roueu ciomeir 11 not, use Dobbins' Electric t-oap, whitest snow, and as pure. Ask your grocer for It It's hard to fool castor oil that Is. It Is hard to take It In. TJae Brown's Bronchial Trochee for Conghs, Colds and all other Throat Troubles. -Tre-emm-enUr the beat." iUe. Unry Ward Uttchtr. If yea see anybody more vollte and affa ble than usual nowadays, ask bira wbut he's running for. . n.rflelil Tub eita nn the blood, renoratlng the entire system; Cures Constipations brings the hue 01 nuaitn pac to laaeo cneesa. We live In haste ; we have eternity for reptntance. . ; Mrs. Wlnalew'erloothlagSTrnp, for Chil dren teething, softens the gums, red iicoa Inflamma tion, allays pain, enres wind eolle. 25e. a but tie. Readers will find It to their Interest to apply for Information regarding Ln Itelne l'urk, Florida, advertised in this Issue. Tbe facta are reliable. Even the laziest of men can usually see some work that somo other follow ought to do. When Baby was sick, we gave her Castor!. When the was a Child, aha cried for Caatorla. When she became Miss, she clung to Caatorla. When she had CliUdren, ahe gare tbcm C&storia. At twenty we know, st thirty we think, at forty we give up. M N. P. Co.. Chicago Vol. V. No.50. Best Conorh Medicine. Cumsi where all else fail. -k Chichester Ehqush, Red 0088 Diamond Bhand V VfcttttNRONIVU PNriiS m THg ONiaiNAL ano OINUINK. Th, ealr Safe, Bare, udrkiM. Pill tor aU Jr Ladle, sal Drvfrlrt r CShSmim-'. Memoes' r.e4 I. Ked aa4 eM awiaille y eeu. Males with bin. rlbbea. Take no ether Mad. Mtun BulutxaUm aad . V kl taste. Children take It wlt&out objection, iiy aruffriau. Sj THE- Publishers, o v w CURES PERMANENTLY , SCIATICA. V. Ogdcn, Mlcb, . Mayl7,18S. . "My brother Kev. Samuel Tortcr, was cured by EL Jacobs Oil ' of excruciating gclaUo pains ln bis tbta-b." J. U. L. Pobtkb. . LUK3AC3. 410 Kearney St, San Francisco, CsX .JlprlltS, 1830. My wWo and I both have been afflicted with lame-back and sore throat, and have f'und permanent cure by use of fct Jacobs OH. E. J. Im-uus. IT 18 THE DEOT. PROP. G. V. 17. FORD. Dlsco-erer of "HOPK FOR THE BALD." , I Trade Mars, f Hair Keatorer and Retainer. PaniDbletof Information and Testimonials mailed on raoslpt of stamp. , . "Ilopo For Tho DcH" Is Indorsed by Tbe Albany. tW. T.) Chemical Co.j lion. John T. Haneon, (Ki-siaror) Glo-erSTllle, N. V.I Dr. Wm. M. Da-Is, Olo.ersTllle, N. T.I F. W. Iloffmsn, Druggist, Albany. N. V., and man- pro aa-. Inani nh.aiclaua throughout the eouotrr who ha.e tested Its Talue. Price U pes bottle or six bottle for tf. by express. AddrAls fHOF. 8. V.H. pOKD. No. 4i North Psarl Btreet, Albany, N, I. Bvtaal trie to las Trod SEALSKIIISlilFLSys We are tbe oldest established Far bouse in the west and earry a tremendous stock of all kind, of furs. Call on us when In the city or write us forcatan, logue, We mako a specially of (Seal Oermenla, Gentleman's Kur. O-ercoata. Robea, Cape, Ulo-aa, Capes, Kto. We also buy all kinds of raw furs. Write for price list. Mention this paper. TUB WOLF FKKIOL.AT FUK CO., loading rash looable ITurrlsra, 61 Waahtna-lon bt., Chloau- I TilgOlstheacknowledga , leading remedy lor all lb unnatural dterherges and prlvetedleeeeeeof men. A certain oure for the deblll. 1 tatlng weakness peouila so women. . . . . k-l.ta Tnraanrlbaltandfaelhafe lTHttt6MtMirf). In recommendlof IS to L Wa01aa.1uv.fr, f,7T7rsTlW.i-a.ll. a. . o 1 uncn, - ""--V'"j:r- rcTu-ia I by UrsjKsrtaus. Ii-alMl raxes tl.00. .wood, jas. wood, 1. a. wood, b. it asm. VOOD BROTHERS, Live Stock Commission Mcht's, UNION STOCK YARDS. CHICAGO. Branches: OMAHA, SIOUX CXTT. Established 1861 It will pay you to give us o trial. Correspoa denra lnIMd. MEMORY. Hind wandering enrad. Bonks learned ln 00a resting. Testimonial, from all parte of tba globe. Pniepaetus roe raxa, sent on .pnllcatloii to JP-"f. A. Lulastte. KlI Vitilx Are. flaw York. and "Helle for Ladlea, WIMtr.hy ratarw Mall. CHICHCSTCn CMtallCai CO., Madleoa aeaa-as rUlADKU'JliA7VA. Recommended bv Physicians ill 1'ieaeant ana agreeaDie to tne 7ST THE BMW. ivi m WILLIAM ST.; M V. CITY.