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Old Style Firemen.
"Times ain't now what they used to
be , " remarked one gray-bearded
veteran , as he. turned his eyes , dimmed
by looking at'many fires , upon the re
porter who sat on tho-bench beside him.
" 'Twas a bad day for Phil'delpy when
them paid fellers got in. They ain't
got the quickness 'atwc volunteers had.
less me , you ortcr seed us breakin'
along with that air hose-cart boundin'
after us like a toy-wagin. I reckon we
could beat any pair o' horses they've
§ ot now in the city fur a mile. I r'mem-
er th' night that the big fire started
down at llaco street , same day as
President Zach Taylor died in 1856.
One of the boys piled inter the shed
yellin' that a house had blowed up down
near the llace-street wharf and killed a
dozen people an' had thrown a hundred'
bales of burnin' hay around that air
neighborhood promiscuous-like , which
was settin' the hull square agoin' . I
started on ahead to find how things was
an' when I got there I see No. 9 comin'
up the street like mad , quite aways
ahead of our cart. I see they'd get the
first chance at the nearest water-plug ,
and wasn't willin' nohow that-the Niag
ara should be beat by that No. 9 crowd.
So I ash bar'l an'
picked up _ a tipped
the ashes over into the gutter , an' then
put her bottom up over the plug and
sot down on the top of her , sinokin'
my pipe as easy as anythin' , though
tkere was four houses blazin' away right
afore me. The foreman of No. 9 came
tearin' up ana began lookin' fur that
plug to hitch his pipe onto , but he
E" couldn't find it nowheres. Says he ,
E"i i swearin' mad , 'Am I gettin' ter be that
foolish as to forget where that plug is
on this here street ? ' 'Very like , ' said
I , as cool as a chunk of ice , and suckin'
away on my pipe , which couldn't have
gone out very well , though , on account
of sparks fallin' around us that thick.
'If you have forgot that there plugf is
down t'other corner further on. ' He
jump ahead , and yellin' for the boys to
f oiler him , the hull crowd went off
down the street like a lot of wild cats.
The nest minit the Niagara comes up
and I gits down off the bar'l , and. liftin'
her from over the plug , hitched fast an'
got a stream on five minits before any
other company. I tell you , your
man , they kin say what they want
bout , these new jig-a-marigs , but the
old woluuteers was the best , an' some
time , when Phil'delphy's clean burnt
' wishf ' ' to take
up , they'll hey'd kep' us
care of 'em. "
IVido , TVide World.
LIMA , REPUBLIC OP PERU. Senor A.
de La E. Delgado , LL. D. and Coun
seller , Tribunal of Justice , Lima , Re
public of Peru , says : One single ap
plication of St. Jacobs Oil , cured me
completely of rheumatic pains in my
left arm. I recommended it lo two of
my friends , the Mrs. Donna Juana
Garcia , widow , and Mr. D. Herman
Decker , a German gentleman. Madam
Garcia was relieved"entirely'by the pain-
cure from terrible neuralgic pains of
ten months standing. Mr. Decker was
cured of inexplicable pains by a single
application of the cure. My brother
used the great remedy for a species of
paralysis of the arm. He was entirely
relieved from his ailment by one or two
applications , after having tried number
less other remedies without effect.
WHBAT No. 2 , 75c.
BARLEY No. 2 , 48Kc.
BARLEY No. 3 , SGc.
RYE No. 3 , 39 > fc.
CORJf No. 2 , 33c.
OATS No. 2/27Kc.
FLOUR Wheat Graham , $2 f,03 00.
CHOP FEED Per cwt. 90c.
SHOUTS Per ton , $14 00(315 00.
OI&NGES Per box , ? 10 00.
LEMONS Per box , $6 006 50.
APPLES Per barrel $3 253 50.
BUTTER Creamery , 2729c.
BUTTER Choice country , 15(322c.
EGGS Fresh , 20(5)22c. ( )
HAMSPcr Ib. luc.
SHOULDERS Per rb. 8c.
PORK Per hhl. $17 00.
LARD In tierces , cer tt > . lOKc.
SHEEP- 00 < S3 50.
CATTLE $3 004 00.
HOGS $4 15(3-1 ( 40.
CALVES $3 006 00.
WHEAT Per bushel , 92c.
CORK Per bushel , 48 ? c.
OATS Per bushel , 27&(5 > 272rc.
PORK $10 75f5 > ll 00.
LARD-$7 47Kro > 7 50.
HOGS Mixed , $4 75(55 25.
CATTLE Exports , ? G 206 CO.
SHEEP Medium to good , $3 OOfSS 50.
WHEAT Per bushel , 1 00 ' 4 (31 00 X
CORN Per bushel , 45Js(346c.
OATS Per bushel ,27c.
CATTLE Exports. $5 80(36 20.
SHEEP $2 504 25.
HOGS Mixed , $4 90(35 ( 00.
Bricklayer or Gentleman.
"You should learn some trade , my
son , " said an Austin gentleman to his
young hopeful. "Bricklayers are get
ting § 6.50 a day , while lawyers can't
afford to ride on the street cars. "
"Pa , why didn't you learn a trade
when you was a boy ? "
"That's not only'u silly , but also an
impertinent question. I'didn't learn a
trade when I was a boy out of regard
for your feelings I wanted to give you
an opportunity to say that your father
was a gentleman. "
"It can't be helped now , " replied the
boy moodily , "but I wish you had con
sulted me , lor if we had arranged for
you to be the bricklayer I could have
been the gentleman myself. "
Twelve locomotives were shipped
from Philadelphia for Brazil 'last week.
In California prune culture is a great
success. Each tree bears about 100
- pounds of prunes , worth-about 14 cents
A DETECTIVE'S EXPERIENCE
His Successful Undertaking and
From an Impending Fate.
Buffalo ( N. Y. ) News.
One morning several years ago , jus
as the dull , gray light was beginning to
show itself in the east , a small band o
men might have been seen deployec
about a house on Ferry street , in Buf
falo. There was nothing special either
in the dress or appearance of the men
to indicate their intention , but it was
plain to that they had business of im
portance on hand. Suddenly a man
appeared at one of the windows , took in
the situation at a glance , and , swinging
himself outward with wonderful quick
ness , scaled the roof of the house
This man was Tom Ballard , the nocori-
ous counterfeiter ; and , armed to the
teeth and fully realizing his situation ,
he defied justice and the officials below
him. Some of the officers , knowing
the desperate character of the man ,
proposed to shoot him until he was
killed , but one of the number promptly
protested , and declared that ifhis
brother officers would assist him to
ascend ho would capture the man alive.
Accordingly he began the difficult ant
dangerous task , and succeeded in bring
ing nis prisoner to the ground in safety.
The man who accomplished this task
was Mr. Thomas Curtin , the present
superintendent of city police of Buffalo ,
N. Y. Mr. Curtin is a man who is
known by every prominent detective
and policeman in America , and he
stands pre-eminently in the front rank
of his profession. Quiet and gentle
manly in appearance and manners , he
possesses a courage , combined witl
marked physical powers , that make
him the terror of evil-doers and the
pride of law-abiding citizens. Few
people can realize , however , the trials
exposures , and even privations , to
which the members of every rnuuicipa"
police and fire departments are exposed
Compelled to be on duty at uncertain
hours , subjected to the most inclement
weather , and often necessitated by the
nature of their duties to protracted un
dertakings , they endure a nervous and
physical strain that is terrible. Such
was the experience of Mr. Curtin in
former days ; and it is not surprising
that he found himself suffering from
mysterious physical trouble. In re
lating his experience to a representa
tive of this paper he said :
"At times when I was on duty
I would feel an unaccountable weari
ness and lack of energy. My appetite
was also uncertain and myhcadseemec
dull and heavy. I did not fully under
stand these troubles , but supposed , as
most people suppose , that I was suffer
ing from maaria. I tried to throw
off the feeling , but it would not go
I thought I might overcome it
but foundl was mistaken , and I finally
became so badly off that it was almpsl
impossible to attend to my duties. J
have known any number of. men in the
police and fire departments of this
country who have been alllicted as ]
was , and I doubt not there are "to-day
hundreds similarly troubled who , like
niyself , did not know the cause , or
really what ailed them. "
"Your present appearance , Mr. Cur
tin , does not indicate much physical debility
bility- said the interviewer as he
looked at the 220 pounds of bone ant
muscle standing nearly five feet eleven
inches in height before him.
"O , no ; that is altogether a thing o :
the past , and I um happy to say thai
for more than a year I have enjoyec
almost perfect health , although I now
realize'that I was on the road to certain
death by Blight's disease of the kid
neys and traveling at a very rapic
"How did you come to recover so
completely ? "
"That is just what I want to tell you ,
for I believe it may be of great service
to others in my profession , who may
possibly hear of it. I began the use
a popular remedy at the earnest solici
tation of a number of friends in this
city , and found to my great gratification
that I began feeling better. This feel
ing continut-tt , and I gained in strength
and vigor until I am now perfectly
well and wholly through the instru-
rnentalityof Warner's Safe Cnre , which
I believe to be the best medicine for
policemen , firemen , railroad men , or
any other class of people exposed to
danger or a change of weather , ever
discovered. Since my recovery I have i
recommended it everywhere , and never (
knew a case where it failed either to ]
cure or benefit. I would not be with- t
out it under any consideration , and
am positive it is a wonderfully valuable i
and at the same time entirely harmless it
remedy. Indeed , I see that Dr. Gunn , r
dean o'f the United States Medical Cola
lege of New York , indorses it in the
highest terms. "
"So you experience little difficulty in
the execution of your duties now , Mr.
Curtin , do you ? "
"Nene whatever. Our department
was never in better condition than at
"And do you never have any fear of
some of the desperadoes whom you have
been the means of bringing to justice ? "
"Not in the least. Such men do not try
to retaliate , partially because tliey have
not the courage , but oftener because
thev respect an officer who does his
The policemen , firemen , letter car
riers and other public employes in this
country have a particularly trying life.
When , therefore , a simple and pure
remedy that can restore and sustain the
liealth of allsuoh menisfound it should
he cause for great congratulationespec-
ially when recommended by such a man
as Superintendent Thomas Curtin of
A simple lay An egg. [ The Judge.
Cabbage bows otherwise rosettes
of velvet ribbon trim autumn bonnets ,
hats and dresses. '
Vandyked flounces bou d with vel
vet or with satin ribbon are used to
trim the skirts of new woolen and silk
True wisdom , in general , consists in
The south made a large potato crop
this year , and cereals and vegetables
are encroaching on cotton.
JOY TO THE INVALID Persons afflicted
with any of the diseases arising from a dis
ordered liver , stomach , nervous debility ,
dyspcpeia or liver complaint , should try
Perry Davis' Puin Killer. It seldom fails
to effect a cure in a very short time.
He who lives to no purpose lives to
Plato says good men should not accept
presents from wicked men , but this does
not refer to Allen's Iron Tonic Bitters ,
which wise men know cures all chronic dis
orders of the btomncb , promotes digestion
and invigoratesthe whole system. Ail gen
uine bear the signature of J. P. Allen , St.
Paul , Minn.
Wagon tracks are the royal road , ior
are they not prints of tire ?
An enricher of the blood and purifier of
the Kybtem ; cures lassitude and lack of
energy ; such fa Brown's Iron Bitters.
"Try not the pass , " the old conduc
tor said to the dead beat.
Mr. Daniel Ketcham , one of the promi
nent and successful farmers of Civil Bend ,
Daviess county , has had his child under the
treatment of Drs. Dickerson & Stark , of the
Kansas City Surcical Institute for congenital
club-foot. We met Mr. Ketcham the othei
day , and he says his child is doing finely.
Our babies With all their faults we
love them still , n t noisy.
"Dr. Richmond's Samaritan Nervine per
manently cured me of epileptic fits. " J. S.
Sale , Madison , Florida. Get at yourDrug-
A foe to God was never a friend to
For relieving Throat Troubles aud
Coughs , "IJuowx's BRONCHIAL TRO
CHES" have a world-wide reputation.
SOLD ONLY IN BOXES. Price 2T eta.
'General Sherman is at Salt Lake , on
his way east.
V MEJf.-Wells'lleMth Kenewcr"reatores
health und vigor , cures Dy > pcpsia , Imp > tenco. f 1.
The fool is a cock which sings at the
wrong time. [ Turkish.
Baldheaded men are informed that there
is but one avenue of escape from their afllic
tion , and that is Carbolinea deodorized ex
tract of petroleum , the great hair renewer ,
which being recently improved , is more
efficacious than ever and is absolutely fault
There are only 262,000 Indians in the
Eruptions and malignant fevers are con
quered and cured by Samaritan Nervine.
The heart grows wide that holdeth
For years I have been afflicted with Hay
Fever. I gave Ely's Cream B dm a trial.
The relief was immediate. I regard myself
cured. G. SCHREIBEK , Supt. of Cordage
Co. , Elizabeth , N. J. Price 50 cents.
HAY FEVER. I have used Ely's Cream
Balm for Hay Fever , and have experienced
great relief. I recommend it as the best of
all the remdies I have tried. J. B. JENKS ,
Lawyer , Grand Rapid" , Mich. Price 50c.
Childhood shows the man as morninjr
shows the day.
The genuine "Hough on Corns'1 is mode only by E.
S. VVclK ( p'op1 ietor of "Hough on Rats' ' ) , and has
or a man on labels. 15o & 25 < e bottles.
Every father should paddle his own ;
can you ? [ N. Y. New.
Lyon's Patent Metallic Heel Stiffeners keep
new boots aad shoes from running over.
New York pays 10 cents a quart for
milk after October 1st.
How absurd to croak and wheeze with a
cough which Bale's Honey of Horehound
and Tar will cure.
Pike's Toothache Drops cure in 1 minute.
Is the Irish language a real language ,
or is it merely a Pat-ois ?
The glory of man is his strength. If you
are weakened down through excessivestudy ,
or by early indiscretions , Allen's Brain Food
will permanently restore all lost viiror , and
strengthen all the muscles of Brain and
Body. 1 ; < l for $5. At druggNts , or by
mail from J. H. Allen , 315 First Ave. . Xe "
Tootcrs of brass instruments are the
band-ditli of American villages.
UThereis no link in the chain of railway
across the American continent , fromthu At
lantic to the P.icific , that has played so im
portant a part in that great continental riiii-
road , as the link of 500 miles composing the
CHICAGO fc XOUTIIWESTEKX .RAILWAY ,
from the inter-continental metropolis
Chicago to the Missouri river at Omaha
It is now the model railroad. In proof of
this , note the following important items :
First-class engines , coaches that are airy
and elegant for comfort , and the Palace
Drawing Room Sleeping Cars in which the
traveler rides and sleeps in luxurious apart
ments. The celebrated Dining Cars are
also run with these trains.
Camphor trees are being introduced
with success in Florida.
THE GREAT GERMAN
Relieves and cures
Neuralgia , 2
Sciatica. Lumbago ,
HEADACHE , TOOTHACHE ,
SORE THROAT , *
QUINSY , SWELLINGS.
SJ UAISS , *
Soreness , Cuts , Bruises ,
BURNS , SCALDS ,
And nil other bodily ach ea
I j >
FIFTY CEHTS A BOTTLE.
Said by all Druggists and I
Dealers. Directions In 11 IS
The Charles A. Vogeter Co
( SocccHon to A. TOOELER t CO.
lltlUnorc , H& , & . & . . 7
Wlien you visit or leave New York City ,
save Basrgage , Expressage and Carriage
Hire , and stop at GIIAND UNION HOTEL ,
opposite Grand Central Depot. COO elegant
rooms , fitted up ut a cost of one million del
lars , reduced o $1 and upwards per day.
European plan. Elevator. Restaurant
supplied with the best. Horse-cani , Htages
icid elevated railroads to nil depots. Fami
lies can live better for ICHB money at the
Grand Union Hotel than at any other first-
class hotel In the city.
When you come to Omaha , take the
Street Cars or 'Bus for the Metropolitan
Hotel. $2.00 per day. Tables as good
tiny S3.00 per day house.
He who foresees calamity suffers
them twice over.
KEYSEU , W. VA. Dr.V . D.Ewinsays :
"Many esteem Urown's Iron Blttera as an
excellent tonic. ' '
The freshman class at Cornell has
BOX'T 1 > IE In the house "Konxh on Uata. "
Clours out rat , " ice , tilea.rnachea. bed-buga. 15c.
'Worth is a millionaire. [ Rochester
Frazor Axle Ureasc is beat In ho world.
KTazer Axle Grease is best In the world.
Frazer Axle Urease la best In the world.
A gold pen a coin vault. [ Boston
BScnsmun's Prptonlzed Beef Tonic , the
only prepa-af on of beef containing its entire nutri
tious properties. It contain * blood-making , forco-
Keneratlng nnd llfe-nostulnlnff properties ; Invalu-
ab'eforlndlxettlon , Dyspepsia , nervous proa-
tra Ion , nnrt all forms of general dee lltv ; alga mall
Hufeeb ed cndltt jns. Mhutherthor sultof oxhan t-
lon , i enri us inostr.illon overwork or acute < Iseusa.
particular. ? If reaul Iru from pulmonai y complaints.
O-HWELL , HAZARD a Co. , propriutore. New York.
Pressed for time A mummy. [ New
STIXGINO , irritation , inflammation , all Kidney
and Urinary CumplalnU.cured oy 'Uucim-Paiba. ' ' ! ! .
Liszt , the pianist , always very lean ,
is now growing quite stout. _
K1BHEYAKD LIVER MEDICINE.
NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL.
"I had snKered twenty years vrith severe dis
ease of the kidneys : before using Hunt's Bern-
edv two days I was relieved , aud am now well. "
"My physicians thought that I was paralyzed
on one side. I was terribly aillicted with rheu
matism from 1869 to 1880. Iwas cured by Hunt's
Ue-nedy. " STEPHEN O. MASON. .
" My doctor pronounced my case Brigbt's Dis
ease , and told me that I could live only forty-
eight hours. I then took Hunt's Remedy , and
was speedily cured. " M. GOODSPKKD.
" Having suffered twenty years with kidney
disease , aud employed various physicians with
out being relieved. I wns then cured by Hunt's
Kemedy. " SULLIVAN FENNER.
" 1 have been greatly benefited by the use ot
Hunt's Kemedy. For diseases of the kidneys
and urinary organs there is nothing superior. "
A. D. NIUKERSON.
ALBERT HOLT , Esq. , paymaster Boston &
Albany Railroad , writes : "ihavo used Hunt's
Remedy , and my experience with it has been
such that I can cheerfully say that I am satisfied
that it trill do just what it promises to do. "
" I was unable to rise from bed from an at
tack of kidney disease. The doctors could not
relieve me. 1 was finally completely cured by
using Hunt's Remedy. "
FRANK R. DICKSON.
"I have suffered extremely with kidney dis
ease ; after using Hunt's Remedy two days , I
was enabled to resume business. "
GEO. P. CLARK.
Ono trial will convince you. For sale by all
Druggists. Scad for Pamphlet to
HUNT'S REMEDY CO. , Providence , B.'I.
Prices. 75 cents and S1.25.
when applied by
the finger into the
nostrilswill he ab
sorbed , effectually
cleansing the head
of catarrhal virus ,
cretions. It allays
inflammation , pro
tects lhe iembrane
of the nasal pass-
: tpef from addition
al colds , completely
heal ; * the sores and
restores taste and
HAY' ' smell. A few ap
A thorough treatment will positively cure.
Agreeable to use. Send for circular. Price
50 cents by mail or at druggists.
In chronic dytuoo-
sia and liver com
plaint a' d In chron-
It comtipa ion rnd
fifcer obstinate d -
ea cs , ' n < 81011613
Stomich Bitters la
beyond a'l ' compari-
t on the best remedy
th t can l > e token
\ a tu ans 01 re
st r ns thi-strength
itnd vital e ! ergy of
persons wlio are
&m inn cndpr the
debi t atlnii effects of
p.i n ul d EO-ders.
this standard verc-
lao foasedly unu-
Kor sa'e by all
Drufot'st nnd Deal
ers K nerally.
Piles ! Pdes ! Piles !
Sure cure for Blind. Bleedinpr and Itchinjr
? ilcs. One box ha-cured the worst catcs of 20
years * standing. No one need suffers minutes
f ter using : Williams' Indian Pile Ointment. It
absorbs tumors , nl ayitching - , acts tis poul
tice , gives instant relief. Prepared only for
piles , itcninjr of private parts , nothing else.
MailcdforSl. Kcnnard Bros < te Co.OmahaNeb.
GOLD MEDAL PAR IS EPOSITION-IS7
BO AN UOUH tor all who wilt make spare tl IH
" orofltable ; a good Da inbasines-lf y u can do-
rote your tl.e to t. HOIIOAY UILL , Box738 , N. Y
MEN LearI Tel Kraohr here and we
win give you a situation. Circulars
ree. VALENTINE Baof. , Jnne ville.Vi3. .
? trt St perduyatno'm ' worth 15 free.
J U' g \ ddoitin 'ort' nd.Maine.
stweekln uurwwnt..wn. Terms and IS outfit
Address n n llet&ro..Portland.Malne.
R72 & week ; 112 a dny at home easily made. Costly
v' * outmfree. Address TRUE & i j. . Aunusta.Me.
SURE CURK f..r flta or epilepsy in 1M hours ; free
I to poor. Dr. KucsE,2iH Arsenal BtSi.Loul3Mo.
If and if.
"If you arc suffering from poor
'health , or languishing on a bed of
'sickness , take cheer ; if you arc
'simply ailing , or If you feel weak
'and dspirited ( without clearly knowing -
ing why , Hop Bitters will surely
'cure you. "
"If you are u minlsterand have overtaxed
'yourself with your pcstoral duties , or a
'mother worn out with care and work , or a
'man of business , or laborer weakened by
'the strain of your everyday duties , or a
'man of letters , toiling over your midnight
'work , Hop Bitters , will surely strengthen
' 'If you are suffering from
'over-eating or drlnkingany
'indiscretion or dissipation ,
'or are young and growing
'too fast , as is often the case ; '
"Or If you are in the workshop ,
'on the farm , at the desk , anywhere.
'and feel that your bystem needs
'cleansing , toning or stimulating ,
'without intoxicating ; if you arts
'old , blood thin and impure , pulse
'feeble , nerve * unsteady , faculties
'waning , Hop Bitters is what you
'need to give you new life , health
'and vigor. "
If you are costive or dyspeptic , or
suffering from any other of the nu
merous diseases of the stomach or
bowels , it is your own fault if you
If you are wasting away with any
form of kidney disease , stop tempt
ing death this moment , and turn for
a cure to Hop Bitters.
If vouarc sick with that
terrible sickness , nerv
ousness , you will find a
"Balm in Gllead" in
If you are a frequenter or a resi
dent of a miasmatic district , barricade - ,
cade your system against the scourge
of all countries malaria , epidemic ,
bilious and intermittent fevers by
the use of Hop Bitters.
If you have rough , pirnplv or sallow skin ,
bad hreath , Hop Bitters will give you fair
skin , rich blood the sweetest breath , and
health. $500 will he paid for a case they
will not cure or help.
That poor , bedridden invalid wife , sister ,
mother or daughter can he made the picture
of health by a few bottles of Hop Bitters ,
costing but a trifle.
CONSUMPTION CAN BE CDREDI
Cure * Coniumptton , Cold * , Pneumonia , In-
flnenzu , Bronchial DIfllcultle * , Bronchltlc * .
Ilournenem , Asthma , Cronp , "Whooplne
Cough , and all Dlieaiea of the Ilreathlnn
OrffunH. It soothe * and heals the Membrane
of the Lang * . Inflamed and poisoned by the
disease , und prevents the niffht sweats and
the tightness acrons the chest which accom
pany It. CON'SUMPTIOX Is not an Incur
able malady. IUULI/8 BAI.8AM will carer
you , even though professional aid fulls.
Care Headache , Constipation , Chills and
Fever , and nil 2lloin Complaints.
AUt DRUGGISTS. PKICH S5 CENTS A BOX
E. FERHETT , AGENT.
372 Pearl Street , If.T.
AGENTS WANTED KVKttyWMKKK to Bett '
the ret Fiimlly Knlt-
tlnR Machine everInv-nted. Will knit a pair of
sti/ck'ngs with IIEEL.und TOE complete La 20 '
minutes. It 111 a'so knit a Kreat variety of fancy
work for which thcr is always a ready market. r > ontf
for circular nnd terms to the Tworuldy Knitting w
Machine Co. . 1(3Tremontstreet. Bo-ton , Mass.
WISS LOOMIS' SCHOOL , for the reception
Jll of a limited number of boarding pupils. Special
attention uivcn to their home tralolrg. Tenao 22 t
per year. For circulars , apply to U B. iiOOMIS , 1914
Webster ri tree ) , Omauo , Neb.
N / IM r if. ft : AO
IU S. & A. P. JL ACZY. 'atent Attor
neys , Washington. l > . c. Full In-
Btrcctlona and handbook on PATEN i d SENT FRKK.
$65 A Month and I < in.rd fur : i Live "Yountr
Men or ladies In each county. Address
1 * . W.ZlKGLEK & COCh CUSO , III.
t NEW. Alphabet of sfens. I ovsra *
refuse from pryinKye. . Correspoi.denccbim-
ple aud secret. 15 ' 'c stamps. A. B. MUNi.OE , N.Y.
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jA'o JMaNters. XoPaln. JUr.
1Y. . O . Payne , Slarsimll Wwn.Iowa.
* CEXTX WASTED for ths best and faatest-
* " * sellmi : Pictorial Hooks an Bibles. Prices reduced
SSperceit. NAT OVAI Prn f'o.Ht l.oul-1. Mo.
If you would destroy tba can
kering worm. For any exter
nal pain , sore , wound or lameness -
ness of man or beast , iiso only
MEXICAN MUSTANG LINL
3IENT. It penetrates all mus
cle and flesli to the very bone ,
expelling all inflammation ?
soreness and pain , and healing-
the diseaswl part as no other
Llnim-nt ever did or can. So-
siiith the experience ef two
Generations of sufferers , and
BO will you say wiien you have
tried the "Mustang. "
W N U Omaha. 17G-43
WHtN WRITING TO ADVERTISERS ,
please say you saw the advertismon.lln