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Containing the stimulating properties of the
i combined with the Fattening
i of Cod Xdver OH,
the potency of both bring largely
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TSr Wasting in Ohildrejal
Jar Scrofulous Affection!,
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Por Male Quartets and Choruses.
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The Debilitated
The Aged
UKKS Nervous Prostration,Nervous
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AS AN ALTERATIVE, It Purifies nnd
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AS A LAXATIVE. It acta mildly, but
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Be commended by professional and businessmen,
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Mention this paper.-^fc
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167 169 LAKE ST.
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turnt through the country, as the discovery of tbe
telephone. Its extreme hartolebs simplicity and
rtraordinnry power ovnr the liquor habit, and
ergons exhaustion in Weakly women, are enough
make anything rt». It seems to cover a held
toedtcSne. tontc*, and etimulants cannot reach,
frhile it reftdUy l^covers from their abuses at onoe,
ftct like a food, as It creates no reaction,
u effect. Us sale is marvellous. Drug-
(I til keep it.
I believe Piso'a Curs
for Cousumpiiou saved
my life.—A. H. Dowkll.,
Editor Enquirer, Etlen
too, N. C., April 28,1887.
Oough Medi­
ci i)« IS PlSO'B URE FOB
Ck*bLS«PiiGN. Children
take it without objection.
By all druggists. 25c.
Best Cough Syran. Tastes good. Use
In time. Sold by druggists.
Slie was only a govornosa in George
Wilford's house, and a nursery gov
erness at that,
A pretty, lady-like, quiot liillo crea
tiirc, wiiom his two motherless littlo
children doariy loved.
Between you and mo, dear reader,
before tliuir futher had been home from
h:s travels many months, ho was in
danger o( following their example.
jMrs. Vano saw that. She was ft
wido-^ handsome, haughty, poor, and
wi'ji a pair of ilno black eyes that
Vftro unusually wide owake for all that
conccrncd tho wenlthy widower. For
ho Was her cousin, and she had kopt
houso for him since his wife's death*—
two years ago—with tho decided inten
tion of ultimately supplylnz her place
for his bcreave-
and consoling bim
Sho watched him now with & eloiid
od face as ho sat at tho open win
dow, paying less attention tttthemorn
ing paper in his hand than to the mer
ry group in the garden, whose silvery
voiccs and happy laughter reached him
where,ho sat.
"How happy they seem, nnd how
fond tho children arc of herl" ho said
at last, pursuing his own' thoughts.
"But why docs slie always wear black?
Do you know for whom she is itt mount
ing, Helen?"
"Hor mother, I believe," Mrs. Vano
answered with supremo ind.fterontto.
'•She is an orphan. Governesses gen
erally aro orphans it seems to me."
And she tried to quiet her own fears
by refleclins
"It is only natural that hd should
tako pleasuro in Watching his own
children^. Surely it cannot bo this
But it was "this girl in spite of
her. She thought slio would put it to
the test, and so went quietly out of tho
room r.nd sent tho housemaid to sum
mon Lily Deane to her presdhefr.
You arc so skillful ut this kind of
work, Mrs. Duane," she said- as she
held up a torn and costly lace before
the blushing, fluttering girl," I should
bo glad if you would mend it as soon
is possible."
And she looked with strong disfavor
at the fluttering form and rosy binsh.
Slio had seen George Wilford accost
the girl as she camo iu from tho gar
len, aud sho knew what tho blushes
She made no remark, however but
when sho went down again to the room
where sho had loft her cousin, she
found him standing aimlessly in the
middle of tho room, as if uncertain
what to be about.
'The garden has lost its attraction,"
she thought, and her black eyes dash
ed. "This girl must be got rid of, and
at once."
More easily said than done) hoWeVtsr.
The children loved their gontle friend
and gontle play-fellow, and their fath
er made no sccret of the pleasure her
presence and sweet companionship af=
forded him.
While as for Lily—though she was
"only a governess —it was plain that
an unwonted sense of happiness made
her bluo eyes more bright and her
smiles more frequent She never
thought of questioning why.
Tho little simple soul basked in its
atmosphere of love and joy, as birds
and flowers do, and thought about the
cause of it as little.
Tho stately houso had grown to bo a
happy home to her.
Was it since Mr. Wilford returned?
Well, yes—everything was surely pleas
anter under the master's sway. He
was so good, so kind, so gentle to her
self so considerate towards eVcryonBi
Ah, but his wife mtisthaVe been a hap
py woman! How sad that she should
have died, and left her lovely babies,
hor dear husband! And ho, too—so
young, scarcely thirty—surely his life
was lonely. She wondered noW would
he ever
And at that thought she put up two
little white hands to her face, that sud
denly burned vivid crimson.
"What is it to me?" she murmured
with an unconscious sigh. "But if ho
should, I supposo it would be Mrs.
Vane. And I should havo to go. I
could not stay then, although the chil
dren love me, and I—I love them so."
Tears dimmed her bluo eyes suddenly.
"After all, what is it to me?" she
sighed. "Only he is so good—so very
good to me—how can I choose but wish
him happiness?"
And she stopped and kissed a red
rose-bud that she held, and which ho
had given her.
That instant a voice fell on her ear,
and a firm hand grasped hor arm.
"Do you kiss the flower for its own
sake," asked tho voice, "or for tho
Poor Lily started guiltily.
"The—the giver, madame?" she fal
tered. "I do "not understand
"Mr. Wilford gave you thatq*se\ I
saw him. Ho is mv betrothed hus
band. Miss Deane, I take you for a
foolish, thoughtless girl, rather than a
wicked or a heartless one. I have re
solved to appeal to your senso of right
—your honor. Alt'. Wilford is engaged
to me. I love him and will never give
him up. His fancy for you can only
result in your dishonor, for though you
may steal his heart from me and make
rue wretchod, you cannot win his hand.
That is engagod to me, and I will
claim it."
Lily, with white face and groat di
lated eyes, now suddenly, .with one
sharp cry of pain, fell down fainting
at her enemy's feet.
The blow "had been so sudden. With
cruel pitiless hand Mrs. Vane had
placed her faeo to face with the secret
of her own unconscious heart.
She knew, in that moment's anguish,
that sho loved George Wilford, and that
he was tho promised husband of an
Farewell, love! Farewell, hope!
Farewell, peaceful home, in which she
found brief deceitful happiness! It
seemed, at first, as if she had safd fare
well to life itself, as she lay, white, and
motionless, at Mrs. Vane's feet.
Sho was such a slight girlish crea
ture that that lady managed to lift her
to the sofa without help, and was bend
ing over hor, and sprinkling water on
her white face, when tho blue eyes flew
open wide again, and consciousness re
Tho pale cheeks grew crimson in
stantly, and she drew her little hands
away and put thorn ovor hor face.
'•Oh, madame, wiiat must you think
of me?" sho criod with a burst of pas
sionate sorrow. "Oh, I must leave
this place!"
Mrs. Vane'8 black eyes flashed tri
"I was sure you would seethe neces
sity for that" she said. "After what 1
have told you, this is no place for you.
You owe it to your own self-respect to
leave immediately. And to do you
justice, I must confess that my cousin
has not been free from blame. I have
heard hira make yqu idle flattering
spucchei that might well turn young
girl's Jmd. But it is the way witll
men, child. II a girl shows her orel-
erence, as you have shown yours, they
will amuse themselves at her expense
even *ie best of them. 1 hope yon
understand now, that no good could
como of it."
Lily had risen from the sofa, trem
bling violently.
'1 did not show my preference un
sought," she said with bitterly wound
ed pride. "I thought Mr. Wilford too
good, too noble, to trifle with a woman,
even though sho were only a governess.
Ho gave me cause to think ho carod for
mo yet"—anxious to excuso and screen
him—"yet that may only have been his
kindness, and I havo deceived myself.
It certainly is so, since he is engaged
to yoit. I haVe no wisli to reproach
him, only lot mo go away at once.
Spare me the pain of meeting him
again—this man whom I thought the
very soul of honor, but who, it seems,
could trifle with a friendless girl even
while ho was vowed to another woman.
Oh, let me go at once!"
Nothing could hare snlted Mrs.
Vane so well.
"I shall place no restraint upon you,
my dear," she said. "I see that I can
trust your honor. But where will you
go?" Not that she cared at all, ex
cept as a rtiatter of precaution.
"To London I have money ehoilgh
to live until I firid another situation."
"And 1 Will interest iiiyself to get you
one. You shall find a warm friend in
me, be sute of it. Ifou ttfid dear,
havo not wronged each other."
And the deceitful woman actually
pressed a kiss on the pale cheek of the
£irl whose life's happiness she was try
ing to destrovi
For Mrs. Vane was in the best of
humors, her plans having succeeded so
Iler victim had offered no resistance,
and expressed no doubts.
"And only let mo get her out of the
way," she thought, "he will forget hor,
and the field will bo Clear before me."
So Lily packed her one little trunk,
preparing to leavo by the 5 o'clock
train that same evening.
Mr. Wilford said that he should not
bo home that night, and the poor girl's
one anxiety was to leave without again
seeing him.
So, when her preparations were done,
she stole down tho garden to bid the
place whero sho had dreamed such
happy dreams a last good-bye.
It was yet but three o'clock. As she
stood near the rose-bushes, brushing
away the fast coming tears, Mrs. Vane
joined her hurriedly.
There was a look of alarm upon her
"Miss Deane," sho said, "my cousin
is returning. I saw him from my win
dow slowly riding up tho lane. You
must not meet him You can slip out
by the back way as he enters at the
front. You can walk to the station—ii
is not more than a mile." (It was
more than two miles, but Mrs. Vane
was not trammeled by any painful rev
erence for the truth.) "Here is yout
money, and to-morrow I Will send your
trunk. Will you do this, or"—with a
look of insulting suspicion—"will you
stay and try to steal from me my hus
The young girl's face flushed, and
sho threw back her head with a proud
"You insult me, madame," she said
with dignity. "I havo shown no incli
nation to do you wrong-"
Theitsho took her wages from her
enemy* hand, and hastened away to
the house, Mrs. Vano following hor.
"Hasten!" she crioil, as the door-bell
sounded. "For Heaven's sake, go—
nnd quicklyi"
Lily paused a moment in surprise.
"If he is engaged to hor," she
thought, "why does she four mo so?
Havo I been deceived? Surely it is
easier to believe in her falsehood than
in his. I will not go." Sho llung her
hat aside. "And yet, upon what ore
text could I stay?" she mused sadly.
"I am discharged and paid. And she
said 1 betrayed my feelings to him—
oh," the quick blush of sliamo crim
soned 'nor fair young face—-"oh, let mo
go at once!"
And "at once" she fled. Little An
rio Wilford was playing by tlio garden
gate. She caught her in her arms and
kissed her.
"Good-bye, little darling.
IJphe cried,
and set her down again. Next minute
the gate swung to and the goveraees
had gone.
"Without any explanation," Mr.
Wilford said. "I cannot understand it,
Helen. Surely sho told you why?"
"Something: about a lover, I believe,"
said Mrs. Vane indifferently. "You
know she was a pretty girl and young.
Really I did not Know sho was going
until half an hour before she left.
Mr. Wilford turned away with a
clouded brow and sauntered into the
garden. This girl's disappearance af
fected him more than he cared to con
fess to Mrs. Vane.
"I could havo sworn she cared for
me," he muttered, "and all the while
sho was engaged to some fellow. This
night I should have asked her to be my
wife. Curse such false coquettes!" and
he stumbled against something on the
grass. "Hallo! what's this?"
Annie, his own little five-year old
Annie, seemingly quite broken-hearted
an in tears.
"Ob, papa," she sobbed, on seeing
him, "sho's don. Miss Lily's don."
He took the little one into his arms
and soothed her.
"Why did Miss Lily go, Annie?" he
"Anntie Helen did scold her, papa,
tause she tissed de little ower you
dave her. I heard her. And she tiss
ed me, and tried— and she's don, she's
Meantime Mrs. Vane, in her rival's
empty room, was rejoicing over her
"The game is in my own hands
now," she thought, "ana I shall win
the prize."
The sound of a horse's hoof startled
her. She sprang to asoertam the
cause, and fell back as if she had re
ceived a blow. George Wilford was
riding away to the station at full
"He suspects me. He will find her
and learn all," she thought, and sat
down, conquered and despairing.
The game was lost indeed. A letter
from her cousin apprised her that he
had taken Lily to London, and there
married her. He requested Mrs. Vane
to leave his house before he brought
his young bride home.
She obeyed, too humble and defeated
to utter a complaint, and Lily came
back to be mistress and queen of the
home where she had once been onlv a
Prof. G. F. Wright, on his last trij
to Alaska, studied a missionary's trans
lation of the Psalms into the aboriginal
lauguago. There being no domestic
sheep in Alaska, tho translator was
puzzled by the words, "The Lord if
my shepherd," but a native helped him
out by making the sentence read,
"The Lord is a first-class mountain
aheap boatefc"
The Career of Mr. Potter.
Burlington Hawkcye: Probably the
death of no man outside of the politica
arena could attract more widespread
attention and cause more general sorrow
than that of Mr. Potter. He was emi
nently a man of the people, not only in'
that he sprang from the ranks, but that
he never lost his contact with the masses.
He seemed to be everybody's friend and
yet his own master, and with a bearing
and simple dignity that brought un versa.
Anowledgement of his right to pre-emi
nence as a leader in his chosen field of
labor. His was a forceful character with
out the display of force. He had a won
derful knowledge of human nature and
an intuition that reinforced his more
mature judgment. He was intensely prac
tical in his methods and yet we think Mr.
Potter has given the world some new con
ceptions ol' what constitutes the practic
able and the practical. He had the men
tal discipline of business methods and ye
mere routine was never permitted to be
an obstacle to the achievement of his
purposes. He would not disdain to fol
ow a beaten path because others had trod
it, but he never hesitated to leave it and
strike across lots if that was the quicker
ind better way.
If asked "what'was the secret of Mr.
Potter's success?" we would be at a loss
for a comprehensive answer. For it was
not due to any one predominant faculty.
He was a well balanced man, mentally
and temperamentally. That he had or
iginality that he had real brain force and
that he possessed a rare faculty of intui
tion that he read men as a book that he
had indomitable will power, untiring in
dustry and a prescience seldom equaled is
not to be questioned. That he was "born
to command" goes without saying not of
his own ambition, but because his fellow
men would have it so. His composition
was good metal there was a fibre of be
ing that made up a fine manhood not a
man without faults, but a man whose
stability of character, firmness of pur
pose, directness of action, business rela
tions, kindness of heart, domestic habits,
and simplicity of life so marked his vir
tues that today his fellow-men cannot re
call to mind his mistakes of either mind
or heart.
Burlington has had an especial pride in
Thomas J. Potter. His prominence in
railroading dated from his appointment
as superintendent of the Iowa division
and his removal to this city. Hebrought
his family hither and has made this his
home ever since, excepting one year tem
porarily at Chicage. As the great C., B.
& Q. system is everywhere known as
'the Burlington," so also was Mr. Pot
er's name closely identified with the
name of the. city which became at once
his home and the initial point in his sub
sequent rapid advancement in railway
management. Here in the training school,
under the immediate eye of Mr. C. E.
Perkins, one of the ablest and most suc
cessful railway managers this country has
produced, Mr. Potter rapidly developed
those rare qualities with which nature
so richly endowed him, and his personal
history was soon made. It was as grand
an achievement in civil life as some of
the ablest generals of the Union accom
plished in the military field and required
as great executive ability. It is in this
of his relations to the business world that
his loss is to be deplored as greatly as in
his personal and social relations. It is
the withdrawal of a real force from the
railroad service not easily replaced.
But great as is the loss to the business
world it is, after all, overshadowed by
the affliction it brings not only to his own
family and relatives but to the thousands
of people who had come to know him
personally. Somehow the hearts of his
fellow-men always warmed towards "Tom
Potter." Men sincerely loved him. They
respected his exalted position but they
loved the man. By reputation he was
railway manager but in life he was
man among men." Men sometimes envy
the good fortunes of their fellows not fo
with Mr. Potter:—they rejoiced in bis
success as they now mourn at his death.
In Favor of Friday.
An enterprising Philadelphia printer,
evidently desirous of relieving Friday
from its unjust odium, is circulating tiie
following list of events that have occurred
on Friday:
Washington was born on Friday.
Queen Victoria married on Friday.
Napoleon Bonaparte was born on Fri
Battle of Bunker Hill fought on Fii
America discovered on Friday.
Mayflower landed on Friday.
Joan of Arc burned at the stake on Fri
Battle of Waterloo fought on Friday.
Declaration of Independence signed on
Battle of Marengo fought on Friday.
Julius Csesar assassinated on Friday.
Lee surrendered on Friday.
Fort Sumter bombarded on Friday.
Moscow burned on Friday.
Shakespeare born on Friday.
King Charles I. beheaded on Friday.
Richmond evacuated on Friday.
Battle of New Orleans fought on Fri
Sinned Against, Not Sinning.
Omaha World: Good Minister—What
•weeping? I have come just in time. You
are experiencing a change of heart.
Unregenerate Girl—N-o, my
hasn't changed,
Girl—N-o, my heart
but—b®o, boo!—his has.
John Jacob Astor has made a donation
of $21,000 to Bishop Hare, of Sioux Fdls
for the erection of a memorial church to
the late Mrs. Astor. This is in addition
to the $25,000 left by Mrs. Astor for the
benefit of the Indians in Bishop Hare's
Fun Artful Jimmy (con­
scious of unprepared lessons and desirous
of staying from school)—Mamma, dear,
what sort of illness is there you don't
have to take medicine for?
few Men iio.
Kansas City Times As the ear started
again he rather earnestly remarked
"?fow. there goes my wife to hear Sam
Jones tell her of her faults." Then, after
an impressive pause "Yet, when I try
to tell her of them- there is a terrible
racket. I can't understand women
State or Ohio, Citt
Toledo, I
Lucas County,
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he it the
senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney
Little Ah Me was a Chtoamaa
With a queue at long as his am,
Whose spirits teemed eonstantly under a
Though he never did evil or harm:
But he ever inclined to the darkest tide
And the pessimistic view,
And his life was a failure and when he died
The mourners were very few.
Little Ah There was another Chinee, 'v
But one of a different sort,
His face was a map of the Land of (Hee,
And worries he made his sport
He had failings, but he was gay,
He'd many a little sin,
Bat he won all hearts with hit cheery way,
And they made him a mandarin.
From Little Ah Me and LI'.tie Ah There
The lesson sublime It learned,
That it't better to keep up a scmblaoee Mr,
Till it't time to be innred.
It's seldom a vl hlnef may reach hit goal
While a laughter seldom falls
Strength breeds itself in a bantering seal,
While the one that hopeless quails.
Salvation Oil it the greatest cure on eaith
for pain, has no equal. Perrons suffering
from rheumatism, neuralgia, or from cuts,
bruises, sprains, etc., should not be without
tt. Price only twenty-fire cents.
"What Is the whole duty of a married
man?" asks the new conjugal catechism To
be agreeable to his wife and keep Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup In the house for the children
when they get a cold, of course. Ask us
something hard.
—A large sawfish, fourteen feet in length,
was caught in the bay at the mouth of the
Myalka river in Florida last week. Dr. King,
of Boston, made the unusual catch, while
Ashing for tarpon with a hook and line.
Hit It Both Ways.
Matthew KtefTens is a Chicago police
man who has had a streak of luck. Many
a day, when the mercury ran low, has
Matthew shivered on State and Harrison
streets and contemplated the unhappiness
of the policeman's lot. One cold night
last month an idea flashed forth upon his
inner consciousness and grew upon him
as he trod the ice along this weary beat,
impelling him almost against his will t«
woo the fickle goddess Fortune.
And so he took two dollars of his hard
earned wealth and bought two tickets,
each but a tenth coupon, in the lottery
whose monthly drawings are overseen by
those two ^-Confederate warriors, Beau
regard and Early. And when on the 7th
of February the drawing occurred it
transpired that Matthew's presentiment
was a tip from his good angel, for one of
his tickets was a tenth of No. 71,575,
wyich drew the first capital prize of
$150,C00, while the other drew a tenth of
a prize of $100, The latter wasn't much
but it showed the fellow's luck.
A traveler reporter dropped in at the
Harrison street station a day or two ago
just for the sake of seeing how a lucky
man would loo't, but Steilens was gone.
He had got his $15,000, bought a saloon
on State street, and taken a train
to the Hot Springs of Arkansaw to thaw
out the cold that had accumulated during
the recent blizzard. Clerk Daniel Hogan
was on hand and said he saw the $15,000
when it camc, on February 13th, all in
$500 bills in a Southern Express envelope
from thp Louisiana State Lottery.
Mr. SteSens will return to Chicago in
a few days, when his many friends will
have a chance to congratulate him at his
saloon, at No. 385 State street. He is
now on leave of absence, but upon
his return he will send in his
resignation as a police officer, and with
such a comfortable little fortune as has
thus come to him, like a gift from the
gods, he can take life easy, and never
shiver on a beat again.—Arkansaw
—A Covington, Georgia, paper, tays that
Mrs. Hays, of that place, haj a little girl
twenty months old that ean sing and carry a
tune without assistance.
Royal Glue" Mends Everything.
Broken China, Glass, Furniture, Orna
ments, Leather, etc. Everlasting tenacity 1
Always liquid and ready. Free sample vialf
at druggists and grocers.
—When Is an actress old? Here comes
storv from Bordeaux, France, to the effect
that Mme. Corr elie Fauvelle, lately celebrated
her eightieth birth Jay by plijiug the same
subritte part in which she made her debut
three qi.arteis of a century ago. In the audi
ence wei e her children, grandchildren and
A Memory of Early Days.
Bane of childhood's tender years,
Swallowed oft with groans and tears,
How it made the flesh recoil,
Loathsome, greasy castor oil I
St arch your early memory close,
Till you find another dose
All the sbudderiosr frame revolts
At the thought of Ep?om salts!
Underneath tlie pill box lid
Was a greater horror hid.
Climax of all Inward ills.
Huge and griping old blue piiiti
What a contrast to the mil 1 and gentle ac
tion of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Purgative, Pel
lets, sugar-coated, easy to take, cleansing, re
cuperating, renovating the system without
wrenching it with agony. Sold by druggists.
-It is announced that the Standi6h monu
ment on the Duxbury Hill overlooking Plym
outh Harbor is to be finished this season. The
obelisk is now seventy-two feet high. It will
be 110 feet high and 'ioO feet above the sea
level, and visible twenty miles at sea, It has
cost $27,000, and needs $10,000 more to fln
ish it.
Tbe Correct Time.
There are very few men who do not prtfc
themselves on having the correct time and
wonderful and delicate mechanisms are de
vised to enable them to do so. But the more
delicate a chronometer is made, the more
subject it tie comes to derangement, and un
less it always be kept perfectly clean, it soon
loses its usefulness. What wonder, then,
that the human machine—so much more deli
cate and intricate than any work of man
should be required to be kept thoroughly
cleansed. The liver is the main-spring of this
complex structure and tbe impurities left in
the blood by a disordered liver, depend most
of the ills that flesh is heir to. Even con
sumption (which is lting scrofula), is trace
able to tfce imperfect action of this organ.
Kidney diseases, skin diseases, sick headache,
ti, art disease, dropsy, and a long catalogue
of grave maladies have their origin in a torpid,
or sluggish lifer. Dr. Pier-e's Golden Medi
cal Discovery, by establishing a healthy,
normal action of the liver, acts as a cure and
preventive of these diseases.
The cost of maintaining the
family of Germany with all
Co., doing business In the elty of Toledo,
county ami state aforesaid, and'that said firm
will pay the sum of one hundred dollars for
each and every case of eatai rh that can not
be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Notary Public.
P. 8.—Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally and acta directly upon the blood and
mucus surfaces of the system. Send fortes
tlmonials, free.
F. J. HENEY & CO. Toledo, O.
UTSold by a druggists. 78 cents.
—Arthur Scblemau, of Sanford, Florida,
killed a rattlc-tcake the other day and found
in tt a large rabbit. The animal had evidently
Ik en swallowed onh a sif.i.rl you tiff'jre, fyj
»V J- y.'
its various
branches is $20,000,000 a year. The sultan of
Turkey costs $15,000,000 annually. The most
economical court iu Europe considering the
wealth of the empire, is tbe Austrian. Roy
alty comes high, hut some of the people of
the old world think
must have it
Th# Suffering Class Says So To The Tnda.
Chnnk Cases 40 Years' StandingGMMi
Be sure io kp'- JJood't F*rMpari!!a. my ehllt. fire
thct Uiey iio nut glxt you an ttiln* dir. Yon rp
meii.bt-r it la tin* medicine wli'cb d:d mam* *o tnueft
:hhI a year ago— »o reliable, beneficial, pleataixt to
-my favoritt apr.&v mcdkinc.
told by all druretiti. SI: ill forfs. Prepare* oatf
by C. I. HOOD A CO, Apothecaries, I.owell, Mm
IOO Doses One Dollar
—The late Mr. Corcoran's fortune was
largely mad« tn Washington real estate.
Much of the property he bought for a few
cents a square foot is now worth dollars, on*
acre of it being valued at 96 a square foot.
Consumption Snrely Cared.
To the Editor:—
Please Inform your readers that I have
iositlve remedy for the above named disease.
By Its timely use thousand! of hopelest caseK
have been permanently cured. I shall be glad
to send two bottles of mt remedy rxss to any
of your readers who nave consumption U
they will send me their Express or P. O.
address. Respectfully,
T. A. BLOCUM, M. C., 181 Pearl street, Mew
—A. negro who wat on trial In New Torktbe
other day on being asked if he wat a man of
family replied that be wat the father of
thirty-two chlldrefl.
"Plso,t cure for consumption is the bete
cough medicine. If you don't believe It, takt
a dose. By druggists, 25c a bottle."
—Chicago should seriously Inquire into the
question as to whether there it any sneb man
at Tascott, anyway.
BYKFTOM—Moisture lnt*n&e ILchSnf
few moitu rileht worn by Kralcbing. If sliiiif
oAU) continue tunjor* form, which bieeu ana
a!cerat«, becoming very ,ore. Bwx VKI'S 1 CNT
Stops the iwhlng ttnd bteeillnf, healii ultterstior^, *na
many c&tes removes the tumors, it la equally
Icacioua in curing sklD diseases, DR. 8WATNB
Jfc SON, iVoprietora, Philadelphia. gwiTKi. so
can be obtained ef druggists. Boat by
—A man in Cincinnati was prosecuted for
playing his banjo eo loud on -Sundays as to
dlsturu the services in in "adjoining church,
but the court decided that his offense was not
..uiiishable i v law.
You Will Save Money
Time, Fain Troubl#
and will CORK
Ely's Cream Balm.
.pply Bairn into each nostril.
Greenwich St, I. T«
OYAL.-Sir Coatas Jamas'
remedy for diseases
and troubles peculiar to females, such as suppress
ed, Irregular ©r atoppafe of menses. Price 11.00 per
box, sent by mail to any part of the U. S. or Canada
on receipt of 11. Address Look Box 78, Sioux City, la.
Tour bor or girl aa6 yonr neighbor's boy or girt te
papar *ali thalr own." Try sending Utesa
fit |est Uw-Frie&d jureai!e Ha^ailo* yafcllsfctJ.
IS MfSi-38 oolumn«**5fonthl/-Illuitpa»
OnljSO cents per Year,
A aamDle copy for examination
BRANT a WHITNBT, Pub. Belrtdere, W
Burlington Route.
The most popular and direct line from
Omaha to Kansas City, to Denver, to
Cheyenne, to all points in Nebraska,
Kansas, Colorado and Utah and on the
Pacific Coast. Tourist tickets to Colo
rado, Utah and the Pacific Coast. Cheap
land tickets now on sale to Nebraska,
Kansas and Eastern Colorado. The only
line linking together all the principal
business centres of the west. Apply foi
tickets, rates of fare, &c., to any ticket
agent in the United States, or to
GUi'l Pass azd Tkt. Aft., Omaha, Neb.
Barbed Wire Cure,
ror the cure of Barbed
wire cuts In Uoraea an
Bin wi&BC<7U OOb.
flanoYCr, iU.
210 N. Peon. St., Indianapolis, led., w.i
take funs, pistols, watcbss. pe-writers. .-U
»aws. Jattjcn, printing presses, unUt-ur
outfits acJ
band bicvcW u j'art
To Housekeepers a nd
tant that the Soda .or
Bale ratus you use
be White and Pure sams
ac nil similar suh«tanoes
used for food. To in
sure obtaining only the
"Arm&Hftmmcr" brand
Soda or Saleratus buy
it in "pound or half
pound" cartoons, which
bear our name and
trade-mark, as inferior
goods are sometimes
substituted for the"Arm
& Hammer" brand when
bought in bulk. Par
ties using Baking Pow
Aet should remember
Mt its
property consist® ox
th&'v by j-owin#
Melons, Few. etc.
Aster«, Coek*eoinb» Poppie#
set of Vegettthle (Jardt-n
Illustrated €&talo|WC
Try this list lor tbe
8ootf*s gflrsaswrK!*#'
tfee «9st
«[email protected]«l Sprljf
Medietas. Ssarlff
a rellsbii spr'uf mtdiclna ISIca Hood*# gar-aapariiSAH*
expel ti^purtn«8 wfeieb hare accumoUUtf 1&
bleed dvrtBf tb« winter, te keep strength a* tip
warm wcathsr cornea on, create as appetite pip
mote health? digesttoa. Try H»o4*i Sanapartiia
spring aod you will he
viae* that It does
sopertor and peculiar m«rit
A Good Appetite
I Hnod'i S»r.«p«rM»
t'gsy lo the morning, had a headache, and neapftfi?
Itte bstsow I can hardly f«t enough cooked toeatfi
XBMA tBKFABD, 1 Coral Street. Worcester, Slats.
"Lest spring my whole family took Hoori ftarNt
partlia. The re*«!t is that all hare been cared
serofele, my little boy being eetirely free from »orfl%
sud an
Hood's Sarsaparilla
of my children look bright aod bealtRy
as possibly ean be. I have found flood's SarsaparlBft
good for catarrh.* W*. B.
Bold by all drwggUta. SI tlx for •$. Prepared e*^
by C. I- HOOD A CO., Apptheearle*, Lowell, Mass.
IOO Doses One Dollar
fiose their force in the
great forests of KsrthsvB
iVicconels, where fuel and building material MV
plenty and flrsfr-cless.
ian be bought for B5.0S an acre on long *!•*.
Viii !pformation with maps, pamphlets, ete., w*
ished FREE. Address
cure I de not mess merely to
tfaem for a t(me and then hare them return a^SSK
(nean a radical cure. I bare made the ataeaM
leng atody, I warrant my remedy V cure the wogat
esse*. Becanse others hare failed is
i Ot now receiring acure. Send at once for a treM»
te and a Free Bcttle of my infallible remedy. OIM
jxpress and Poatofflce.
a, G. BOOT, M. C.f 183 Psarl St. New le*
tOT Mentieo this yaper.^
Whelly unlike sniflcial systems*
Any book learned ta one residing*
Beeommendod by Mask Twaik, RiobakdPBOCMfe
th« Scientist. Hons.
W. W,
JiTMiiP. T&e&Sm-
MIH, Dr. Bbowh, Ac. OUu» 100 (Columbia sUMfr
ta el»ss«« of eaeb at Taie: 40U at University et
400 at W«li*flf
at Okerliu, MiobS-
B»d aad Oimut*.uqufi Universities.
Cera PROF. LOlSEiTK. 257 Fifth Ave,. Y«*
efcas tskea the Iceg Int
fkc sales of that class
tetoedie*. and has gircat
alm*it B&iv«nai lanafao*
Pam, T«*
O has won tbe iaror at
public and now rjtakjg
among the leading Uad|i
Ctaas of the oildoe.
nsi CfcsaietlOi.
IIDC For Nerrous UBWIfly, Loet Vigor, Re*
9URE of Indiscretion, etc. Positively a Perr
AIIDC nent Cure, in from 8 to 7
bUnt tlcularsfent PKKE. jec
dreaa Dr. BOH A NNAN. No. 525
Louis,Mo. Eatabiiahsd in 1B37.
a. Full
Sealed. AM?
Street, %Su0
nererfail. 1»
them. No pain, insure regularity.
I AIUCC and effectual. Far superior
UllllssV eroyal or ox'
by mail (pa: ...
W. Caton iCo., Box &&7, Boston,
eroyal or oxide. 41 per pkge. Sent &eow>
by mail !particular#
111 more blUzards. Big profits in
111 II Money in fruit raising, mild cllmat*
rallds. Railroads, markets, good
splendid openings. Address, W. S, PABS]
City, Colo.
or peraaai
•Ur: good situations secured by pupils
competent. Beet and shortest system tangwL
The best field open to young people, especially
sduoatod young ladies. &nd for wroite
Bend to AM ASA M-4TW. Cofef
Rapids, Iowa, for samples o€
Silas, Dress Good*. FlaonelSL
Ac., and receive by return aafl
nice samples to select from.
Tou must 6tate color and as
near as possible quality 4^
W fcAlv Btn^ssSssXSSittteA
•rrore.ic'., quietly attiome. S» p. Bout
all pmat« til.eases lent fr»e, iiealed).
fectty reliable. SO years experleuce. TIM
B. H. Lowe Med. Ca. Wto.ted, Conn.
Tlil'MTO ObtalBrd. sead etamr
^I EeBw I for iDTemors' OatS%
L. BINGHAM. Patent
free F«tkas» Earliest V t**t«e!ea aa
Tec.«ible!..iHth »W Ojto
&nd Plants- Tremendou-
©f KloVer. Y«-5iet*bl*,
The BEST and NEWEST Chrysanthemums fieraniu»
and the most reliable FLOWER & VEGETABLE
Carefully examine this Special vSANTHSMIJM9 fofSl* WW
whore t' ^4* 1 Dox. & 11"novs^Uc's of th) season,for$1. Woort^ted
to 1 Do/,. I^w^t UfcK ANir Veach of f«icy PaaayV If*
Pisaut*- end
Bulba. Address, mentioning tnis paper,
Tl'Ue utuii Wtw hsJUv-fMsU from thr»«
$S five duiiaj-* in a leubber C**&t. aiul
at hia first haif hours experience tn
A felorrii finds to ins is-t-rrow tiiSt it is
abetter pr't«ctifju than a nius-
tO iirttinfc. WHIT a
being so badly ukt-n in, but a-ao JB
if be diea not look esacliv
WnlilmUffl. P.
WANTeO-AiwnU totnpply anr boot cn»un»OT
TT asfc fir. Erfm on 0 gonrt boelc«. Ontma
10cents. C- It.
i Itibllsfaer Chicago.
Genuine by
3 TlgO
V suRira
P. Allen, St. Peal, MtMb
Samples wort*
(aot etyU) a
„.j not under the iiorse'e feek WnM
iirm K£IK H&iBEB C4, Beily, 1^
Sores and Ulcers of ton» standing
cured br AI.LES'e Uu:l« SiI.vi. 'S"*
•y mall G&e. Mad® by J. P. Allen, 81 Paai, Mina.
Cattle. Sore shoulders, cel
lar galia, scratches, oorka.
and cracked heels in hor
sea, and cute and wound*
in domestic animals. SoM
by druggists at50 and Tf- eti
per bottle- Sent freo os
price. Kr«ryboV
tie warranted. tiltAHAV
obtained by Ixmia Badger A Co
torneya, Washington, D. C. Bstabitahed Mfc
Ad ice fro*.
DCTftlCtrtVUC to Soldiers and Heirs. Ml
CHOIwslO Btami) for circulars. COI
etamu for circulars.
L. BINGHAit, Attorney, Washington, P. C.
but isVldaTlS cents a by deaieia.
AAI nis worthewperib Peuu'siwe*at|
New ColaioMa Ri.-jok's aul Trl tcl*a or
U'c make cw Lorn handle bars tnd sj.ftd# os.
lies do tlimcuu rejs,i »).fc LiofcdU. £. fc-i.
oeat ctaiap for catalogues aca circulars.
itt bixtikg
Co., No. 191.
larit will be to your advantage wfcen w
Ins to aclrertlBort to My you *»w their MS
Uaement la this paper.
bicarbonate 01
eoaa. On*
ieaspoonful of the "Arm
& Raiarccr" brand cf
goda or Saleratus mixe#
With sour milk equal*
fBfcr teaspoonfuls of tbH.
tot Bekiag Powdo%
••ring twenty times itfit
cost, besides
being mnefc
healthier, because
does not contain
injurious substan
pachas alum, terra i
etc., of which manyBa*
ing Powders are mad*
Dairymen and Farmeip
ahotild use only o" Ai«.
& Hammer" brand tw
cleaning and keeping:
litlk Pans Sweet soft
•adTWOS. Bandied,of gutlaiimBUdly MtW
.v.— muia tao Her acre
our soeito UW
per ™—w-**6as*fl*^eaziyon
and Plants- Tremendous Btoes
wet- Ye-ueubU", raiin
ioid PriE*".
on CHEAP Send *e for $• pay
Cabb&ge and Superbly Diurtraied Catalog.
ioor area
Will coat els«
oost elsew her*
•Vi'ii to gro^TpisJ^^ Se^ds «M»e
to ths
ckUffl TOWBKtl
hkn Ml* |M
Sik"tortbe""FiSli liiiSurifcR 1 ii»ll
not have the risii », for descnpti^MtmM. A.%..
.CKBK.* aaaMlbmlllwtasW
tioy ail or«r the laad. VHktiMK
S' Jy garfaet WiQd aM W«T
,Jy Mrfset Wind and Wabi
is Tower's Piab
«.fui titli no other. Ify

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