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Tho afternoon Is fltUinrf swiftly by,
the chirp of tho sparrows is k'oyf1iii;
dull, tho Min is (slaking aslant the roofs
ot the opposito houses, the evening is
creeping on apticc as a youtiR nnd richly
dressed woman trips lightly up tho
broad steps of the county jail, and,
after a brief interchange of words with
the turnkey, disappears through the
Pausing in front of one of tho cells,
she peers through tho steel lattice at
the bhadowy outlines of tho occupant.
"Sec, tny good man," sho says, the
sweet voice vibrating strangely upon
tho silence of tho corridor. "See, 1
have brought you some fruit and Mow
ers, and I want to talk to you I wat
you to tell mo all ab "
"Madame"' tho prisoner emerges
from a corner of his gloomy cell and
Btands near tho door-"-"you will find
the wife-murderer three cells below
here; I am only a burglar." Life.
A Now Man Join tho SI a IT.
AVo take pleasure in informing our
readers that we havo secured as an as
sistant young Mr. Clarence Hornbeak,
who lias in tho past acted as our regu
lar correspondent at Koekct City, and
at tho snme time contributed bomo
brilliant sensational news items to
the Kansas City and St. Louis dailies.
He Is the author of the sensation' that
was so widely copied in the eastern pa
pers, which was to the eltect that,
shortly after tho return of .John Soey
smith, a penitent prodigal, a violent
thuuderstorm arose and lightning killed
a calf on tho farm where .lohn's parents
reside, hit tho family bible, opened it
at tho fifteenth chapter of Luko, and
marked the twenty-third verse, which
reads a follows: "And bring hither
the fatted calf and kill it, and let us
cat and be merry." Mr. Hornbeak will
make a spcelulty of acting as society,
snako and pickle dish editor of this
paper, nnd all social, sensational and
zoological matters of interest will be
handled by him in his usually brilliant
and masterly style. Puck.
'Tho Mclnrlily Diijb Iluo (Joint-
Tlio saddest of tlio year," not when autumn
lias arrived, us poor. Ilryant Intimates, nut
when a fellow cuts lilllnui. The "w'io si rut
yellow leaf" Is In Ills coninlciioii if nut in
the fnllacc at that inauspicious tlmo. Ilo-.-totter's
Momnrli lllltors w 111 soon discipline
Ills root lllous liver, anil regulate liU bowels,
Ih-.Ii1lm toning his stomai'h and healthfully
htlniuliitlnu' his kidneys. Malaria, rlioiitmi
tUtii and nervousness aro also iclluvert by
There is a 7-year-old youngster on
Kast avenue who makes life miserable
for his governess. Ho is full of mis
chief, and tries the patience of his
teacher to ati extent that at times bor
ders on desperation. Yesterday the
youngster was unusually obtuse and
cantankerous, finally the governess,
losing the last vestige of pjtiencc, pro
ceeded to apply a slight corporal chas
tisement as a curative, after which she
administered a solemn sermon for the
youngster's benefit. "Now, Willie,"
she said, in concluding tho lecture,
'you must remember this, that at all
times you should respect your teacher."
"Yes'm," sobbed Willie, duly im
pressed," I 'spose I'd ought to respect
you on account of your ago.-' Roches
SI 00 K'arl. St OO.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
on dreaded dlsen' that science has
been nble to cure In al! Its stages, and
that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is
the. nnlv ltivr. tiro n. knnu-n tn
the medical fraternity. Catirrh belns j
a constitutional dlseaBO requires a con-
ptltutlonal treat.iient. Hall's Catarrh i
Cure is taken internally, acting directly i
upon me moon ami mucous sunaces or .
the system, thereby destroying the
foundation of the dlsea?e and rIvIhk the
patient strength by building up the con
stitution and assisting nature In doing
Its work. Tho proprietors have so much
faith In ltB curative powers tint they
offer One Hundred Dollars for any case
that It falls to cure. Send for list of
testimonials. Ad Iress
P. J. CIIKNHY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists; 75c.
Haifa Family IMIs. 25c.
Lawyer Have you formed an opin
ion on this case?
Juryman No, sir.
"Do you think, after tho evidence on
botii sides in all in, you would be able
to form an opinion'."'
"You'll do." New York Weekly.
(Saves n Fortune.
Monterey, Tenn., (Special) Ono of
our prominent citizens here, Col. James
E. Jones, secretary and treasurer of the
Cumberland Mountain Coal Co., Is on
the high road to malto his fortune, and
attributes tho fact to his recent cure
from tho tobacco habit. Ho was an
inveterate user of tobacco for many
years, consuming so much as to mako
serious Inroads on both his purso and
his health. Ono box of No-To-Dac com
pletely cured him, and ho gained seven
pounds In less than two weeks. Within
threo dayB after starting to.uso No-To-Bac
tho deelre for tobacco was entirely
onc. Col. Jones says to all tobacco
users that No-To-Uac will do as recom
mended and Is worth by far moro than
Its weight in gold.
JIrnrliic tlm Mlnalaslppl.
A contract was closed recently be
tween the United States government
and n power company for utilizing the
fall of tho Mississippi rivur at Daven
port, Iowa, for tho development of
electric power. At the swiftest points
thirty turbine wheels will be erected,
from which it Is calculated that enor
mous power will bo obtained. Two
1,000 horsepower engines will bo put in
by the company. Next to Niagara this
will be tho greatest utilization of
water power in the United States.
Three important towns Davenport.
Rock Island, and Molinr, Ills., will
bo immediately benefited. As the
United States has an arsenal at Moline,
tho substitution of electricity for steam
will be an important economical cle
ment in the turning out of ordnaneo
Till) Quality of Tart.
Tact is dishonesty, says an American
writer. It does not meau the suppres
sion of tlio truth nor tho expression of
an untruth, but it does mean tho with
holding of gratuitous disagreements
from arguments in which they arequito
superfluous; it also means the effort to
induce an agreement kindly when pos
Blble, nnd if an agreement is impossible
it demands a gracious acceptance of
opposing views. Tact cannot bo said
to bo synonymous with policy; tact is
always honest, and policy cannot in
variably be said to have that distin
guishing mark Tho oung oman.
ALL FOll IRRIGATE
IS SPREADING AND INCREAS
ING IN STRENGTH.
Ileport of rrmlilnnt Fort Upturn tlm Xu
nunl Cnuvrntlnti nt Sliluxy Much
Work Dour Kvwi Tliniicli ('onitltlon
Vcro Unfnornlili) .SiiBiroatloii "ml
Itrcntmrmutlntlntia tlmt Will Knlimieo
tiie Interrat of Irrigation.
Irrlcntlon Mnttrr I)liil.
"The third annual convention of the
Nebraska Irrigation association, meets
today at hldney under conditions that
are extremely Mattering.
"Wo see today no unfavorable senti
ment against irrigation that is appa
rent. The idea has gono on spreading
and increasing in strength, till the na
tion as a wholo is discussing this ques
tion. In n little over two years every
vestige of opposition to any questions
relating to tlio growing of crops by ir
rigation in Nebraska has been over
come. If the people in Nebraska can
point to a more successful movement
over having been Inaugurated, no doubt
tho delegates to this convention, who
havo met hero in the interest of Irriga
tion, will be pleased to be informed as
to its character and results. In tho
lust two years irrigation canals have
been constructed and others aie now
under construction that will havo tho
.capacity to irrlgato over 1,000,000 acres
"To the credit of the people of the
state it can be said that these canals
havo been constructed at a time when
conditions were extremely unfavorable,
when both state and nation were pass
ing through a period of great financial
depression, when diflicul tics were many
and obstacles great. This speaks vol
umes for tho energy, grit and business
spirit of the Nebraska people. Tho
good accomplished shows that no ob
ject that has been advocated by the
association bus met with a single fail
ure. Legislation favorable to the cie
velopracnt of irrigation sentiment and
enterprise in the slate has been enact
ed by the legislature of Nebraska, and
we can also congratulate ourselves that
tho legislation has met the sanction,
approval and atllrmation of the supreme
court of this state. There is yet but
one higher tribunal to hear from, and
we aro here to express our hopes and
belief thut the United States supremo
court on tho second Wedncsdny of
January, 1RU0, In that chamber of the
capital of tho nation, will affirm and
strengthen the decision of thu supremo
tribunal of Nebraska.
"Irrigation, as a general proposition,
has attained in this state an over
whelming victory. The future work to
be carried on must be on lines of educa
tion and instruction.
"To carry out the details necessary
to moro fully aid in extending the irri
gated area of the state, legislation
favorable to tho development of high
land irrigation should be enacted, und
the example of our sister stnte of Kan
sas should in a greatly modified form
be adopted. In harmony with this
suggestion we would recommend that
a bill be presented and recommended to
pass at tho next session of the Nebraska
ieiriSlIUlirU mill IIIO hlBlO imiJUUUU
commission be instructed to select from
tho state's school lauds now unsold,
Iving west of the 100th meridian, one
b"t.clon each in the following locations:
One section on tho hlc-h lands of the
Republican valley; ono on the high
lands of the 1'latte valley; ono on the
similar lands of the Niobrara valley.
Said selection to be made where the
deptli of water exceeds 100 feet in order
to demonstrate tho practicability of ir
rigation by pumping from wells that
tho state bo requested to appropriate
SM.000 for each experimental farm
that said station be continued for a
period of over live years, in order to
demonstrate tlio practicability of this
system. At tho end of the time agreed
upon tho station and lands be sold to
the highest bidder.
"In tho interest of tho state a more
stringent and effective lire guard is
also required, und it is also recommend
ed that a bill of this character be in
troduced and passed by the next Ne
braska legislature. As tho life of a
nation is dependent to a great extent
upon its forests, botii state and nation
should be appealed to for the enact
ment of favorable forestry laws.
"Resolutions havo been introduced
nnd approved in different irrigation
conventions that have met at different
points in the arid and semi-arid por
tions of the country, asking favorable ,
action from congress in relation to this
question of irrigation. I
"Yet with tlio exception of the Carey
act, that is especially adaped to Wyo-1
miner, nothing has been done by our '
chief legislative organizations to aid
the states of tho arid und semi-arid
west, in the development and imorove
ment of its most important source of
support nnd wealth. o would recom- '
mend that a resolution be introduced
and passed, enlarging thu area to bu
benefitted along the lines proposed,
and it would be an honor nnd credit on
tins convention if it would step aside
from the beaten truck that has been
followed by other conventions that
have presented and approved of reso
lutions that are entirely sectional, that
would only benefit that portion of tho
country lying west of the lOOtli merid
ian. "lixcept an irrigation survey, tho
only legislation that wo may expect
from congress that may be favorable
will be along the lino of appropriations
for reservoirs or surveys for such
works. If we expect the co-operation
of the populous and wealthy east with
us in this movement we must includu
some portion of that section of tho
nation's domain in the area benefited.
"The peop'.e of the east will, we be
lieve, co-operate with us in the com
mencement of a movementthat will re
sult in the construction of government
reservoirs in not alone the Rocky
mountain portion of America, but also
where they will confer fully as inncii
benefit upon the people of the Connec
ticut and Ohio valieys as upon the resi
dents of arid and semi-arid America.
"Resolutions of this character will.
we believe, accomplish the
seek to attain, if they are properly
pushed and supported by our other
organizations that aro working with us
to'accomplish the end we seek to at
tain. "In the matter of artesian wells for
irrigation purposes or tho legislation
that may bo favorable, we will say that
along the valley of the Platte we can
hope but for little work of this charao- J
tor, owing to the altitude of this val
ley, that will bring any beneficial ro
Milta, and have, therefore, nothing to
recommend for this portion of the state
subject to legislation.
"There aro other details that may bo
brought before this convention for its
consideration, thnt can bo discussed
through the committee on resolutions,
and reported to tho convention for ita
action. Wo w ould recommend that the
tlino for tho annual meetings of this
association bo changed from December
to October of each year, and that bills
for the holding of said meeting be not
awarded to anv town unless a proposi
tion carries with it the oiler to print
proceedings of the convention.
"The bill Introduced by Senator
Thurston of Nebraska, asking that a
school of forestry in connection with
the I'nitcd States department of agri
culture be created, should receive tlio
support and indorsment of this conven
tion. "Of tho work performed by the pres
ident during the past year, 1 desire to
say that sinco tho enactment of the
laws favorable to irrigation by tho Ne
braska legislature, that ho has contin
ued tho work of education and agita
tion by delivering lectures whenever
called upon by particular organizations
within tho state. He has the honor of
also is engaged in writing upon this
question for several of the leading farm
journals of America. Lectures wci'o
delivered during tho last summer to
audiences in Indiana and Illinois, with
the idea of arousing an interest favora
ble to our section, on this question.
"It is with pleasure that 1 can say
that I found ono very elllclent Irriga
tion plant at work near Elkhart, Ind.,
and a splendid crop was shown as the
result, where in the immediate vicinity
the failures were general from lack of
sufficient rainfall during the last year.
"I belicvo it is as much a necessity
nnd duty to carry tho work of the gos
pel of irrigation "cast of the Mississippi,
tho region from whence we reccivo our
settlers, as to push it energetically in
this stnte. If wo expect to secure from
that portion of tho nation emigrants
who will settle upon our irrigaieu
"Nebraska is naturally a fruit grow
ing state, wherever sufficient moisture
is supplied to the trees. It should bo
tho work of this organization to push
this branch of agriculture to tho front
as one of the important resources of
Lexington was chosen as the place
for holding the next convention.
The committee on resolutions re
ported resolutions on the following
subjects, which were unanimously
udopted by the convention: Establish
ment of irrigation reservoirs by the
government; the offer of premiums by
the state for the wind mill and other
machinery for raising water from wells
for irrigation purposes; early adjudi
cation by tlio government of matters
relative to the waters of inter-state
rivers; amending tho laws regarding
tho building of irrigation ditches across
government lnnds; requesting Sena
tors Thurston and Allen to enter their
names in tho United States supreme
court as attorneys in the Wright irrl-
! gation law case, in behalf of the state
. of Nebraska; inquiring concerning the
expenditures of moneys heretofore ap-
I propriated by the government to ad
vance tho cause of irrigation ami cull
ing upon the next legislature to appro
priate money necessary to sink three
test artesian wells; favoring tho ced
ing of tho abandoned Fort Sidney to
tho town of Sidney for educational pur
poses; recommending the incorporation
of tlio association under the laws of tho
state; commending the government for
its interest in thu convention as shown
by the presence and address of Hon.
Charles M. Irish, nnd extending the
thanks of the convention to citizens of
Sidney and viciuity for the courtesies
1'io Army nml Nnv Alight llo
Hampered In u Conflict.
Wahiunoton, Dee. Hi. Lieutenant
, Niblock, in charge of the naval militia
division of tho Navy department, has
i called tho attention of tho authorities
to an emergency apt to arise in case
the military aud naval forcos should
bo called into joint action. This is
the lack of uniformity in small arms
I and 6ignal codes. Tho army is armeu
I with tho Kragg-Jorgeiiben rillo of ill-
1 caliber, while the navy has contracted
for a supply of Lee magazine rifles of
S3 caliber, so that the same kind of
j ammunition will not serve both arms,
j and grave mistakes are apt to occur m
I issuing it to the men. Ho suggests,
in tho interest of the naval militia, as
! well us on brouder grounds, that it
would bo well if tho Wur and Navy
departments would settle, as soon as
practicable, by competitive tests,
which is the better weapon, and stop
at once tne malting ot the less desir
CHEROKEES WANT AID.
t'lilef HarrU anil n Ilrlrcatlon Determined
to Drive Out tlm Whltm.
Wasiiinoton, Dec, 'J-l. A delegation
of Chcrokecs, headed by Chief Harris,
arrived to-day to ask Congress to pass
legislation that will oust intruders
from the territory of the tribe. The
Cherokees have for a long time com
plained bitterly of tho presence of tho
whites in their nation, but they aro
powerless to expel them without help
from tlio Government. Not long ago
a bill was passed by the tribal council
forbidding any fnrther marriages be
tween whites aud Indian women, but
was vetoed by Chief Harris and did not
becomo a law. The Senate concur
rent resolution suspending the opera
tion of tlio order for tho removal of
the intruders January 1 was reforred
in the House to-day to Oim committee
ou Indian affairs.
I'lcrre right ut y.eltoun
llKiu.ix, Dee '.'4. Tlio Frunkfort
Zeitung publishes a dispatch from
Constantinople saying that there has
! been ilercu
fighting at Zietoun bo
Turkish troops who sur
rounded that city und tho insurgent
Armenians who defended it. Tho
Turks were 10,010 strong nnd had
twenty-four pieces of artillery, whllo
the Armenians numbered 15,0'J0, bat
hud no artillery.
A NOVEL TRAVELING EXHIBIT.
Tho John A, Balzer Seed Co., La Crosse, Wis., nlwnj-B on the alert for some
thing good, have Htruck n novel lileit to Introduce, exhibit and advertise their
fumotiB northern grown seeds. This la dona by mean a of nu ndvcrtlfllng car, an
Illustration thereof nppeara herewith. Thlfl car In In charge of threo experts
who aro thoroughly familiar and verml with seed growing. The car Insult) nnd
out 1r a marvel of beauty nnd elegance nnd la lit out regnrillrsn of cost and Is
c-.jLK. .mul.-i-i,. VH..L. s.i. I'm. . tr I'.'iv.iputi.ii
m9&MWgSSSm Itcd In Wisconsin, 11-
THE SALZER SEED EXI1IUIT
men, such aij lino vegetables and vegetable hcgiIb, arc exhibited to perfection,
and then there la an endless array of farm bcciIb, corns, wheatH, oatB, rye, barley,
Band vetch, lupine, lathyrtiB, RauiHne, amber cane, knfllr corn. Jerusalem corn
nnd hundrcdB of other varieties of seeds nnd cropH on exhibition. Particular
notko Is duo to their nmrvcloun collection of heavy cropping potatoes, their
51,000 oat, just Imported from Hussin, and Silver King barley, cropping In 500
different places In America In 1895, over 100 buBhels per acre.
f Mw rtrt t In Inliaji aid 1 1 lit liiiiilnn1ii nn nt.k tmiil .... aa lt... 1. .
'1 nothing .otchc. the eye and rivets
great bed of different varieties of grasses, clovcra and fotlder plantB that aro
exhibited in ono end of tho car, or as one great dairyman of Elgin, 111., Bald upon
seeing thla magnificent display of grasses, "I have bccii the World's Pair and
Illinium's Circus, but this exhibit beats them nil!"
It 1b only pobbUiIo in a newspaper article to give but a faint Iden of tho
beauty and attractiveness of tills car. It must be seen to bo appreciated hut It
only strengthens tho iden amongst fanners und others that a linn that can
exhibit such excellent products, grown from their own bcciIb, on their own farniB,
la the linn to tlo to when you want cholco northern grown neetlB. Seeds that
never disappoint! They Issue a large catalogue of farm and vegettiblo bcciIb
which Is mailed to any address upon receipt of 0 cents, for postage. W. N.
A Mri-hiiiilml Holiday Clock Horror.
Hero is a description of a most re
markable clock belonging to a Hindoo
prince. Near tlio dial of an ordinary
looking clock is a largo gong hung on
poles, while underneath, scattered on
tho ground, is a pile of artificial human
skulls, ribs, legs and arms, tho wholo
nuuiLer of bones in tho pile belli tr equal
to thu number of bones in twelve hu
man skeletons. When the hands of the
clock indicate tho hour of 1, thu num
ber of bones needed to form a complete)
human skeleton come together with n
snap, lly some mechanical contrivance
the skeleton springs up, seizes a malllct,
nnd, walking up to the gong, strikes
one blow, and so on for encli hour of
"BkowVs HitoMMiui, Titocnr.s'' aro a
simple and convenient rctnoJy for llron
chlnl Allot t Ions and Coughn. Carry them
in your pocKet.
A Vulimbltt Wife.
Del anto owed his reputation to his
wife. Sho was very nositivc in cliarac
ter and insisted that ho should keep at
worlc and make a living for his inmily.
He did so. and, besides that, made his
fame at tlio sumo time. Washington
It tlio Ilnlir is Cutting Team.
iJosuro aii'lui-otlialUJ and velltrlnl reninly, SJni
I', D.V1 on Sootiiisu B nvi" for CMldrcn Tootlilnc.
What has l-ccouie of tho old fashioned
rail feme: (
"Hanson's Mt?o Corn HaJvo." j
Warranted to iuio or n.. ney refunded. AU year
druggist fur It r"i!c 16 t .1.
What is prol ably the larcet apple orch
ard in the ioKd cbers l,f!17 acres in Fair
I inn recommend Tiso's Cure for Con
sumption to mitrorers from Asthma. K. V.
Towssr.M), Ft. Hounid, Wis., May -I, VI.
Anlxo t'Ccd cordial is made of nnUo eced,
nlehohol and nn:o lea.
Tlici'i l ili'likur' ii ml ii nlU
nnd no small uil6.uclK;i In iiimll n iruiiblosumo
mid i annul Ills by iiklu l'uiLar'a t,ln.ur 'funic
lte;rct is vain unlets it
calico Jor it.- Kx.
teaches to avoid
It ln . l i-oiiiMr 'irn Willi Illndcicurns
ti.,it t win iii'r mi nuuy lli ciipiiru lliom. tiel
llm.cn ins uikIm'u tiuu ulculy II tukrs limit on.
UiiiKor In snld to I o employed in more
thiin 11HI dlilcrcnt medlral j reserlptions.
XM-rvn Jtentorrr. Sol luntler U.'Mirnmiv'i uj,
Hurvrlouauurfs. Tri'atlxciind t-lrliillxitilfTri' tJ
Caution ,k often mistaken for inno
Comfort to Cnllfnrnla.
Ves and economy, too, if jou ntroal7e
the lluriington Route's I'crsonatlv Conduct
ed oiico-a'-week excursions which leave
Oiuiilia every Thursday morning.
'ilirough tourUt slee ers Oinnha to San
Fraiiclsio and Los Anj;o!eH. .Second-class
fc?ee tho local n;eut and arrange alout
tickets and lorthti. Or, write to
O. V. &T A., Omaha, Neb.
Umatilla fur Ilia Attention.
Lady (to shopwalker, who has ac
companied her through various depart
ments to the front door) 1 in sure you
are very attentive. Did you think I
could not find my way out again?"
shopwalker Well, it wasn't exactly
that ma'am. You see, wev'o missed so
many things lately that we've got to be
very careful." Answers.
You :hoose the old doctor before the young: one. Why?
Because you don't want to entrust your life in inexperienced
hands. True, the young: doctor may be experienced. But
the old doctor must be. You take no chances with Dr. Maybe,
when Dr. Mustbe is in reach. Same with medicines as with
medicine makers - the longr-trled remedy lias your confidence.
You prefer experience to experiment when you are concerned.
The new remedy may be cood but let somebody else prove
it. The old remedy must be good Judged on Its record of
cures. Just one more reason for choosing AYIJR'S Sarsa
parilla in preference to any other. It has been the standard
household sarsaparllla for half a century. Its record inspires
confidence RO years of cures. If others may be good,
Ayer's Sarsaparllla must be. You take no chances when you
take AVEU'S Sarsaparllla.
i i.-v-i :m- n ucing run anil CXIllll-
llnols, Iowa, Minne
sota, nnd othor stalca.
Upon entering it, one
in transported at onco
into a very fairyland
whero Ilowora and
vlncH and forugu and
frullo and vegetables
luxuriate and abound
In great ahundanee.
Of course tho great
specialties w h I c h
have Hindu tho John
A. Salzer Seed Co.
Irndorn among seed-
the attention of tho farmer than 'the
A C.ood Mooil.
Tired Husband I've had a terrible
day at tho olllce, and I'm matt clear
Wlfo Now would be a good tlmo to
bent those rugs.
It matters llttlo of how
long standing tlio pain
lias bccn;chronlo cases 1
yield readily to
and RHEUM AT ISM of many
Bote tho method ami results when
Syrup of Fijrs is taken , it is j.lousailt
and refreshing to tlio taste, ami nets
gently yot promptly on tlio Kidneys, f
Liver ntul HovvoIk, cleanses the Bys-'.
tern uiroutttully, dispels colds, head-'
aches and fevers and cures habitual .
constipation. Syrup of Figs is thui
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced, pleasing to the taste and ac
ceptable to ihu stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in it
effects, prepared only from the most
healthy and agre cable substances, it
many excellent qualities commend it
to all and havo made it tlio ipoat
popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sale h,60
cent bottles by all leading driic
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not havo it on hand"" will pro
cure it promptly for any ono who
wishes to try it. " Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
louisvius, kx. hew roRx. n.r.
Successfully ProspcutoB Claims.
Loto I'rlnclpol EHin!nr U U. Penalou Uuraau.
3yr u but uur, )SutU,iiiLu.ullugclaliiii, ntlj uluie.
years' ntandlng has been cured by It. ,
est piece, of
for 10 cents
Tnil AKKMOinIt. .U. Uoej hilt lbs world'
windmill busiaeu, bccaaim it lias rrouccd tUs coal ot
wind power to l XJ hal it waa.r It luu miuj braum
uou.vb, ami auppllps lu coodiaua repair
juur uuur, u can atiu uuo mniun a
, better ariicio iur lets luonej tuan
other. It inafcra l'umploz aud
Ooarixl. fUrl, (Ulvantted'Sftpr
Coiunlrtloii A'ludtulllt. Tlltluz
Flint Href I 'J oner. Stral Huu Saw
rtaiuex. hurel l'Mii futters and VeU
Grinders. On appiiratlou It mil name one
of Uinu article thai It will lurnlili until
January lt at 13 tl'B irviat price. It also maira
Tanks and Pumpa of all klnri. Send for catalogue.
Factory! mo, Kwkweii ana rillcore Street. Cblcaxt.
Illustrated cataloirue inowinif WELL
AUQEHS. HOCK imil.LH, HilUCAUUlU
AND JKrUNU JlAtUUNKUY, etc.
hent r Rtr. tiaye ceeu toeica ana
Sluux Cllj- Knirlna aiul I urn WotL',
Huci-e'uoni to I'm'Ii Jlfif. I o.
HI i iik lily luuil.
TUE Itouriu, ,t ii ma M ii-m my i o
Mil r t MetnitiMn'nt KlHMk4 I ilr
Mornhlnn Ilublt Curril In 10
to-juiliiva. Nojmy till oiirctl.
DR. J. STEPHENS, Lebanon. Ohic
W. N. I1., OMAHA 118510.
When writing to nticrtiser?, kindly
mention this paper.
IjK tUKti YlHtKt All tlit lAllb. Cal
LSI Bout Cough bjrrup. Taste Good. USOQ
ril In tlmo. Hold br druirUU. an
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