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The manager of tho Fort Wayne , Ind. ,
Gazette , Mr. B. M. Holmnn , says lie has
often read ol the wonderful cures effected
by St. Jacobs Oil. Recently he sprained
his ankle , and invested in a cano and a
bottle of St. Jacobs Oil. The latter proved
the better investment , as it entirely cured
The Field of "Waterloo.
On an eminence lookingdown on the duel
of nations , astride his war horse , sur
rounded by his staff , sits Wellington , field
marshal of England. In his hand a glass ,
with which ho scans tho distant horizon.
Now and again ho looks along the carnage
wrecked plain , but again turns to tho far
distance. Hark ! a bugle ! then a peal ;
then ringing over all the field tho notes of
the "Advance , " quickening to tho charge.
Then , with a shout that fills tho air , with
clash of sabro and thunder of horses' hoof ,
comes sweeping tho imperiallegion. Napol
eon's invincibles , held in reserve by that
marvelous genius till this hour. See how
all melts before there onslaught. The al
lied forces are hurled backed as from a re
sistless storm of rushingdeath. Tho eagles
again sweep tho field. All seems lost. Still
the Iron Duko sits thereaud sweeps thedis-
tance. Couriers come dashing with dis
patches ; only a word for answer wait !
Then the glass sweeps the horizon again and
then Wellington throws his hat after it ,
leaps from his horso and begins to write
dispatches. What is it ? Why that cloud
J. V yonder , , pufiing now with fire and smoke ;
. thafc dark moss , defiling into tho plain at
doublo quick , is the Prussian reserve.
Bluclier has kept his promise. Waterloo is
decided , and Napoleon's eagles go down
Col.Wm. Louis Schley , Grand Secretary
I. 0. M. Grand Lodge , Maryland , found
Red Star Cough Curo'a perfect and certain
remedy. Prico , 25 cents a bottle.
Mixture or Knees.
In lecturing before the Scienco of Life
Club , recently , Mr. Leander Thompson
spoke of tho beneficial results likely to oc
cur in this country from tho mistuic of
races. lie said that ho was a great lover
of coffee , and that he had found that ho
could produce the finest flavor in making
up this beverage by combining a little of
each of a great variety of tho coffee berries
grown in different countries. He said
further that some of the bakers had discov
ered that they could make very much bet
ter bread by mixing different brands of
flour. He then went on to say that every
country on this planet was contributing to
the population of America , and that all we
needed was to give duo attention to tho
laws governing Heredity , prenatal influ
ences , etc. , to produce the most perfect
specimens of mankind on tho face of tho
globe. [ From Dr. Foote's Health Monthly.
WIBERG'S WONDERFUL WINNING.
He Xbw Has $3OOOO to His Credit in the
First yatioiial Ban ! : of Omaha ,
Omaha ( Xeb. ) Republican. Apill 17th.
It will be remembered that a few days
ago we published the fact that Aug. Wiberg.
1431 South Tenth street , this city , held
one-fifth of ticket 73,040 , which drew tho
capital prize of § 150.000 , in the drawing
of The Louisiana State Lottery , which
took place at New Orleans , Tuesday , March
16th ; that , through Herman Kountzo ,
president of the First National Bank of
Omaha , he had sent the ticket by tho
United States express to the New Orleans
National Bank , and through the latter had
received a draft on New York for thirty
thousand dollars. His draft was made on
the Hanover National Bank and was sent
to Kountze Bros. , New York city , for col
lection. We were informed yesterday afc
the First National Bank that the &um of
thirty thousand dollars was received at
that bank on Thursday from New York ,
'and that it now stands to the credit of Mr.
\ Wiberg , whom we heartily congratulate on
his fortune and the !
great good , receipt o
/ the money.
Needing renewed ntrcngtb , or who suffer Iron
Inflrmltleo peculiar to their sex , ahould try
This modicino combines Iron with pure Tegetabla
tonics , and is invaluable for Diseases peculiar to
Women , nnd all who lead sedentary lives. It En
riches and 1'urifies tho Blond , stimulates
the Appetite , strengthens the JHnscles and
Nerves in fact , thoroughly Invigorates.
Clears the complexion , and makes the skin smooth- .
It does not blacken the teeth , cauee headache , or
produce constipation alt other iron medictnet do.
MBS. ALBERT LEESLET , Greenwood. Neb. , says ;
" I have used Brown's Iron Bitters for Nervous De
bility and have been creatly benefited. "
MES. O. D. NEWELL , Phillips * Station , Neb. , says :
" I was so weak and nervous that I could scarcely
walk , had no appetite , and passed sleepless nights ;
in fact , my life was a burden to me I tried many
remedies , but without benefit. Three bottles of
Brown's Iron Bitters have cured me. I cheerfully
recommend it. "
Genuine has above Trade Mark and crossed red lines
on wrapper. Take no other. Made only by
WO\VX CHEMICAL CO. , BAX.TIMOKE , 3ID.
Survival of the Fittest !
| A FAMILY MEDICINE TH1T HAS HEAtEDp
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IAIJAUI FOR EVERT TVOUUTD OF ?
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[ The Oldest & Best LinimentI
EVEE 3IADE IN A3IERICA.
SALES LATKgRTHANEVEB ,
. The Mexican Mustang liniment har-l
ibeen known for more tlian thirty-flvel
I years as the 6est of all liniments , foil
I Han and Beast. Its sales to-day arc !
I larger than ever. It cureswhen alii
I others fail , and penetrates skin , tendon ]
land muscle , to tho very bone. Soldi
GEMS FROM CONFUCIUS.
Soineoftlio Wise and Pithy
of the .Famous Philosopher.
His discrirainatioa of character is
r.niply illustrated inthe * many wise and
pithy sayings which he has bequeathed
to us a few of which we have grouped
together , as combining his ideal of how
man should behave indifferent positions
of life. Thus , he tells us how "a poor
man who does not flatter , and a rich
man who is not proud , are passable
characters ; but they are not equal to
the poor who yet aro cheerful , and the
rich who yet love the rules of proprie
ty. " "A good man in his conduct of
himself is humble , in serving his supe
riors he is respectful , in nourishing the
people he is kind , in ordering the peo
ple he is just. " Again , a man "is to
think of virtue , and not of comfort ; of
the sanctions of law , not ot gratiiica-
tion. " And "what the superior man
seeks is in himself ; what the small man
thinks is in others. " He was iirmly
convinced of its being more or less in
the power of every man to acquire
knowledge , and thereby wisdom.
Hence , as Dr. Legge tells us in his "Life
of Confucius" (18G7 ( , p. GO ) , "his house
became a resort for young and inquir
ing spirits who wished to learn the doc
trines of antiquity. However small tho
fee his pupils were able to afford , ho
never refused his instructions. All that
he required was an anlcnt desire for
improvement and somi ! degree of capac
ity. " Thus , to quote his own words ,
"i do not open up truth to one who is
not eager to get knowledge , nor keep
out one who is not anxious to explain
himself. " By stimulating youth to
study , he endeavored to create an in
structed public opinion which should
display an admiration for truth and
goodness. That the same love of truth
pervaded all his sentiments is exempli
fied by a remark he one day made.
"Shall I teach you what knowledge is ? "
said he. ' 'When you know a thing , to
hold that you know it , and when you
do not know a thing , to allow that you
do not know it ; that is knowledge. "
His definition of hypocrites reminds us
of their comparison to whited sepul-
chers in the New Testament namely :
"There maybe fair words and an hum
ble countenance when there is little vir
tue. " But lastly , it has often been
urged that Confucius , in spite of his
wisdom and the loftiness of his teach
ing , had nothing to say about God or a
future life. He preferred , however , to
speak of heaven as in the following in
stances : "He who offends against
heaven has none to whom he can pray , "
and "Alas ! " said he , "there is no ono
that knows me. " But his friends re
plied : "What do you mean by thus
saying that no one knows you ? " Ho
answered : "I do not murmur against
heaven. I do not grumble against men.
But there is heaven that knows me. "
[ ndeed , it has been truly said that he
was unreligious rather than irreligious.
And if he had not a knowledge of a di
vine ruler it was his misfortune , and
arose from no desire to disparage relig
ious belief of any kind , in short , as
Mr. Clodd remarks , his omitting to
speak about God "was not because ho
was an unbeliever for he , of all men ,
had reverence for the sacred , unknown
power that underlies all things but
because his nature was so beauti
fully simple and sincere that he would
not pretend to knowledge of that which
he felt was beyond human reach and
thought. " But , nevertheless , one can
not but regret that his teaching was not
more distinctive in this respect , espe
cially as it was destined to be such a
mighty motive power in molding the
Chinese character of untold generations.
2' Q. Tliisellon Dyer in The Quiver.
The Clutch of ITonopoly.
Do you know I never until recently
felt the iron hand of a gigantic mono
poly close on my throat , and so real
ized how slowl ' but it
} surely was tight
ening its constricting folds , like the
deadening upas tree , over whose blight
ed valley there flies no living bird and
comparatively few dead ones , as it
were , upon the life of the nation ?
[ Applause and loud cries of "Go on ! " ]
Needless is it to say that I refer to the
railroad. I live in a small village on
the line of the Pennsylvania railway.
\Ve have no competing line. We lie at
the feet of the monopoly that hauls us
in and out of town ; we are passive and
helpless. The other day I had two
boxes of freight to send west bj * this
monopoly. I went crouching into the
office of the freight agent. When I
told him I had two boxes of stuff to
send to Chicago , a distance of about
eight hundred miles , I saw his eyes
light up with the keen glare of savage
greed. He said he would ask Harris-
burg for rates , which I knew was a
mere subterfuge to gain time while he
could guess how much money I could
raise this side of the grave , and then
the grasping tool of a soulless corpora
tion charged me 69 cents for carrying
two big boxes eight hundred miles.
What's more , he made me pay it. It1s
no wonder that shippers kick. I am
only surprised that they don't boycott
Let us return to the days and quiet
ways of our good old fathers , when , by
paying only one-half of the price of the
boat , I could have sent my boxes to
Buffalo by canal and the rest of the way
by lake boat and got them through to
Chicago or the bottom the same year.
Stumped at "Whereas. "
I recently came across an anecdote
of John C. Calhoun , which will be as
new to your readers , perhaps , as it was
to me. It appears that a lady friend
once importuned him to write an origin
al poem in her album. Strange to say ,
he consented. After many attempts to
fashion his thought fancifully , he wrote
the word "whereas , " but to save his
life he could go no further. Having
selected the unpoetical word in the
language to start with , the muse fled
from him in horror and affright , leaving
the stern logician-completely baffled.
Despairing of the performance of his
promise , he wrote to the lady frankly
admitting his plight She asked tha't
the album be returned just as it stood.
Washington Correspondent Augusta
frrr * * , *
Every woman loves her glass.
The late worm escapes the earl } ' bird.
The inventor of the coal-oil stove was
a bachelor , but a close observer.
1 Nothing but time can keep up with
the indicator on a gas meter.
The man who loved tho watch
dog's honest bark was not a tramp.
| The American public is fast coming
to know a communist by his breath.
It would bo proper , we suppose , to
call a sign-painter a melancholy artist.
"Evaporate" is the latest slang for
"cheese it" It is equivalent to "dry
The Chinese have a sure way of re
moving dandruff ! They do it with
One of our exchanges has a column
headed "Wise and Otherwise. " It is
A man is obliged to die before his
will amounts to anything , but that of a
woman is always in force.
In the pursuit of knowledge man
never gets on the right track until he
iinds out that he doesn't know enough
to brag about.
Now rhubarb cometh tenderly
To help convulse seclety ,
And every little boy Is famed
In spring time for his pe-eaty. !
The man who said that "hope is
brighter when it follows fear , " has
just finished occupying a chair in com
pany with his wife's bonnet
The papers are searching for tho
man who is always ready for an emer
gency. The woman always in waiting
for an offer will be found first
A woman may not be very far-sight
ed in business matters , but she can
diagnose the trimming of a bonnet as
far as a man can smell fried onions.
"Conscience makes cowards of us
all , " wrote the immortal bard , but the
man with a stomach full of boiled cab
bage has his own private opinion on
A foreigner at once understands how
it happens that the United States is al
ways prepared for war when he learns
that there are upward of four hundred
colleges in this country.
It is said that the ratio of marriage
is declining , but if so , statistics are
sometimes contradictory. Over six
million bottles of hair restorative were
sold in this country last year.
A Michigan man by feeding a tramp
found a long lost brother of his wife.
We suppose this ought to be taken as a
solemn warning against something or
other , because he has had to keep on
feeding him ever since.
Prometheus was chained and tortured
to have his picture taken , but no mas
ter of the brush has ever had the fore
thought to cut "across lots" to immor
tality by embalming on canvas the suf
ferings of a man in a barber's chair.
When placed under a microscope the
sting of a bee presents a polish of daz
zling beauty ; but when placed in the
end of a man's nose the polish is miss
ing , and the appearance more like that
of a rat-tail file dipped in vitriol. This
In jogging through life you often
shake hands with a college graduate of
brilliant talents in whose pockets silver
seldom jingles , while Cincinnati , it is
said , has a newsboy worth twenty thou
sand dollars. It don't make much dif
ference in this country who a man is or
what he makes ; it is what he salts down
that counts. Ligc Brown , in Chicago
Buvines vs. Equines.
The differences anatomically and
physiologically between the cattle tribe
( Bos ) and the horse family ( Equus ) is
an interesting study. In parallel tables
these can be seen at a glance.
Have two toes. Have one toe.
Horned. Without horns.
Have no mane. Have flow ing mane.
Lone ; hair in a tuft at Tail covered with long
end o tail. , hair.
Pawing with fore-feet Pawing with fore-feet
denotes anner. denotes hanger.
Seize forage with the Gather food with the
Lips slightly movable. Lips very movable.
Have no upper incisor Have upper and lower
Lie down fore parts Lie down hind parts
Else on hind legs first. Rise on fore legs first
Short mouth. ! No space Mouth long. Space be
between incisor and tween front and back
molar teeth. teeth.
Four stomachs. One stomach.
They chew the cud. Do not chew the cud.
Intestines small 120 [ ntestines large 60
feet long. feet long.
Have gall bladder. Have no gall bladder.
Slay vomit Do not vomit.
May breathe through Don't breathe through
the mouth. the mouth.
Mouth generally open Mouth never open
when wearied. from exhaustion.
Defense by goring. Defense by kicking.
Bellow or moo. Neigh or whinney.
Do not sweat Perspire easilv.
Have dewlap. Have no dewlap.
No Marts on inside of Hard , oval warts In
hind legs. side hind legs.
Never lose teeth In Use the teeth in fight
fighting. j ing.
Do not retract the ears. Retract the ears when
Very rough tongue. Soft , smooth tongue.
Short , broad head. Long , narrow head.
Wide , drooping cars. Erect , narrow ears.
Limbs formed for Limbs formed for
Live twelve or eighteen Live thirty or forty
Do not roll in the dust Do roll in the dust
Sleep with both ears Sleep with one ear
Lie down to sleep. Often sleep standing.
Eat and lie down to Never ruminate. Eat
ruminate. little and often.
Shoulders straight Shoulders sloping.
What is au Editorial ?
Country Editor ( to new assistant
"Mr. Smith , you write , 'An explosion
in an English coal mine last week-
caused the death of one hundred and
thirty-seven men. ' That is not an
editorial paragraph , it is simply a
statement of news. "
New Assistant "Yes , sir. "
Country Editor "Such shipshod
journalism won't do. You should have
added : 'The sympathy of the whole
world will be extended to the families
of these unfortunate men , ' or some
thing of that sort Matter to be of an
editorial nature must voice an opinion. .
New York Times.
A spider , ns shown by nn estimate by
menus o. actually weighing it and then con
fining in i cage , ate four times its weight
for bre.nhfust , nearlv nine times its weight
for dinner , thirteen times its weight for
supper , finishing up with an ounce , and at
S o'clock p. in. when ho was released , ran
off in search of food. At this rato a man
weighing 1GO pounds would require tho
whole of a fat steer for his breakfast , the
dose repeated with the addition of a half-
dozen well-fattened sheep for dinner and
two bullocks , eight sheep and four hogs for
supper , and thru , as a lunch before going
to his club banquet , ho would indulge in
about four barrels of fresh fish. [ Christian
An OiTciiKlvo Breath
is most distressing , not only to tho person
afflicted if ho havu any pride , but to those
with whom he comes in contract. It is a
delicate matter to speak of , but it has
parted not only friends but lovers. Hnd
breath and catarrh are inseparable. Dr.
Sage's Catarrh Remedy cures tho worst
cases as thousands can tct-tify.
Mrs. Buckingham is the richest woman
fruit farmer in California.
Especially to Women.
"Sweet is revenge , especially to women , "
said the gifted , but naughty , Lord Byron.
Surely he was in bad humor when ho wrote
such words. Bat there are complaints
that only women suffer , that are carrying
numbers of them down to early graves.
There is hope for those who suffer , no
matter how sorely , or severely , in Dr. II. V.
Pierce's "Favorite Prescription. " Safe in
its action , it is a blessinp , ESPECIALLY TO
WOMEN and to men , too , for when women
suffer , the household is askew.
Imprisonment for debt has been abol
ished in New York state.
* * * * Organic weakness or los1 ? of
power in either sex , however induced ,
speedily and permanently cured. Enclose
10 cents in stamps for books of particu
lars. World's Dispensary Medical Associa
tion , Buffalo , N. Y.
A baby born in New York during a terri
ble storm hns been called Cyclonia.
EX KCttlns your boot or shoe straightened use
Lyoii's Ilcel Stlircncns ; they Keep them straight.
Cabs in London carry two persons a mile
for twelve cents.
FOOD makes Blood and Blood makes
Beauty. Improper digestion of food ncces-
hariiy produces bad blood , resulting in a
feeling of fullness in the stomach , acidity ,
heartburn , sick-headache , and oi her dys
peptic symptoms. A closely confined lifo
causes indigestion , constipation , bilious
ness and loss of appetite. To remove these
troubles there is no remedy equal to Prickly
Ash Bitters. It has been tried and proven
to be a specific.
Ex-Queen Isabella still hopes to bo re
stored to the throne of Spain.
Every nervous person should Carter's
Little NERVE Pills , They are made spe
cially for nervous and dyspeptic men and
women , and aie just the medicine needed
by all poisons who , from any cause , do
not sleep well , or who fail to get proper
stiength from their food. Cases of weak
stomach , indigestion , dyspepsia , nervous
and sick headache , itc. , readily yield to the
use of the Little Nerve Pills , particularly if
combined with Carter's Little Liver Pills.
In vials at 25 cents.
The big gun recently cast in Boston is re
Xo OPIUM In n o's Cure for Consumption. Cures
where otherreini dies fall. 23c.
Sam Jones has life insurance in various
companies to the extent of § 12,000.
For Cuts , Galls , Old Sores , Scratch
es , Thrush , etc. , use Stewart's Heal
ing Powder , 15 and 50 cents a box.
The agricultural department is sending
out large quantities of the eggs of the silk
ITCH INC and irritations of tho skin and
iralp , burns , scalds , piles , ulcers , poisons ,
sites of insects and all skin diseases , quickly
Mired by Colo' * CnrboliMtilva , tho great
ikln remedy. 25 and 50c cents , at Druggists.
Only 019,000 pianos have been made in
the United States since 17SO.
"Wicn Baby TTM side , ire gvre her Castorla ,
Vten she was a Child , she cried for Castoria ,
\7Len she bccamo Miss , sho citing to Caatoria ,
TThon aho had Children , ahe gave them Castoria ,
When prohibition prohibits it is likely
that girls won't flirt.
THE BUREAU OP VITAL STATISTICS makes
no return of the mortality caused by over-
drugging the sick. Hundreds of patients
are killed in this way , ninety-nine per cent ,
of whom might have been saved by the use
of that simple vegetable antidote , Du.
WALKER'S CALIFORNIA VINEGAR BITTERS ,
rapid in its action , and without alcohol.
Senator Allison is about to marry a
beautiful young lady of Washington.
W. L. Douglas , the great shoe manufac
turer of Brocton , and all of his help , have
Coined the Knights of Labor.
The health of Hon. E. B. "Washburn la
IT is so EVERYWHERE. E. B. Rail , drug
gist at Hiattsville , Kan. , has this to write
about Allen's Lung Balsam : "It is the best
selling throat and lung remedy , and gives
general satisfaction. I cheerfully recom
mend it. " Buy tho large § 1.00 bottle for
Queen Victoria opened the Indian and
colonial exhibition in person.
"Your medicine has cured me of rheuma
tism. I consider Athlophoros an IXL for
rheumatism , " tersely but forcibly expresses
the approval of John T. Kennedy , of Spear-
ville , Kan. , of the healing powers of the
great remedy he mentions.
Mrs. Phillips left no children and the
family of Wendell Phillips is extinct.
THE CAMPAIGN IN NEBRASKA.
We desire to place a copy of THE
OMAHA. WEEKLY BEE into every farm
house in Nebraska during the coming
campaign. The regular subscription
price is $1.25 a year or 75 cents for
six months. We will furnish the pa
per from June to Decemoer ( six
monts ) for 35 cents , or in dubs of
five for $1.50 for five copies.
THE BEE PUBLISHING COMPANY ,
Omaha , Nebraska.
A fret saw "It's a poor heart that never
The best preparation for coloring the
beard is Buckingham's Dye for the Whiskers.
To strengthen and invicorate the
stomach , and to stimulate the appetite ,
take Ayer's Pills.
Princess Victoria of Wales will make her
debut in society next month.
If afflicted with Sore Eyes , use Dr. Isaac
Thompson's Eye Water. Druggists sell It. 2oo
It is said that a comet is coming this way
with a tail 12,000,000 miles long.
This is file Season
"When a Rood mcJIclne Is n neccfslty. The Imjmro
gMtr of the Iiluotl. the dcninccd dictation , tho wcaS
eoiilltliin of tl.e body , nil call for the purifying , rep-
ulntlnAsnastrenstlionlnslmluensaj so It tppfly. " " !
effectively couiMiu d In II > i > J * < Sarsapsrllta. It over
come" tli.U tired ft. ell lie , or-a headache nml dys
pepsia , and exj o s every ta.n. of scrofula from tho
blood , ( ilvolt a tral.
"I commcnc j 1 ta Ins HooJ's SarsaptrlHa 03 an ex
periment , ns I h-id no appetite or strength , and felt
tired nil the time. I attributed my condition to
scrcfulwis humor. I had tried several different
klndB of medic ne. without recchln ; ; any benefit.
But 04 soon as I had taken half a bottle of Hood's
Earsaparlila , my appctlto wai rcitorcd , anJ my
stomach felt belter. I have now taken nearly threa
bottles , and I never wai so welL" Mas. JESSI : F.
DOLKEAKK , PdSC03K , II. I.
HfivInebcenaflUotcd with a compllcatljn of dis
orders , the result of Impure blood. I took Hood's
SampM-Illa. and tha result vrw perfectly satisfac
tory. " MES. J. IUCTO.V. Now Haven , CL
Bold by drnsrslats. II ; six for SV. Prepare I only
by C.J. HOOD & Apothecaries , Lowell. Mass.
IOO Doses One Dollar.
IT 15 A PUHEtTVEGETABLE PREPARATION
AND OTHER EO.UAUY EFFICIENT REMEDIES
It has stood the Test of Years ,
Coring all Diseases of the
BLOOD , HVEE , STOM
ACH , KIDNEYS.BOW-
Blood , Invigorates and
Cleanses the System.
CURES PATION , JAUNDICE ,
IIVER IOUS COMPLAINTS&c
disappear at once under
KIDNEYS it3 beneficial influence.
STOMACH It is purely a Medicine
AND as its cathartic proper
ties foroids its uso as a
BOWELS. beverage. It is pleas
ant to tne taste , and as
easily taken by cbild-
rea as adults.
PRICKLY ASH BITTERS CO
iPRICElDOLLAR Sole Proprietors.
ST.LOUIS and KANSAS CITY
If j-ouTTlsb. to be relieved of those terrible Sick
Koadaclics nnd that miserable Sour Stom-
acli. It TvUl , vrhen taken according to direc
tions , cure any cnso of Sick Blcntlaclio
or Sour Stomach. It cleans tho lining of
stomach , and bowels , promotes healthy
action nnd sweet secretions. It makes pure
blood and gives it free flow , thus sending
nutriment to every part. It i * tho safest ,
spcodlcNt nnd Hiirost Vegetable Remedy
ever invented for all diseases of the stomach
J. 31. Moore , of Farminc'on. Mich. . Fays : My
unflcrliis from Sick Mcndaclie nnd Sour
StomacH was terrible. Ouo bottle of Hopu
and Malt Bitters cured me.
Do not ret Hops and I7Tnlt _ Bitters con
foundedila inferior preparations of similar
name. For sale by all drusgibts ,
GOODMAN DRUS GO , , VHsais Agents
OKI AIIA NI2IS.
honest man with a lighted lantern ,
and humanity has since been
seeking an honest medicine by
the light of know I edge. It is found
in DR. JONES' RED CLOVER
TONIC , which produces the most
favorable results in disorders of
the Liver , Stomach , and Kidneys ,
and is a valuable remedy in Dys
pepsia ; also , debility arising from
malaria or other causes. It is a per
fect tonic , appetizer , blood puri
fier , and a sure cure forague. 50c.
IH SAN LUIS.
The most VTonilerful Agricultural Park in America.
SjrroumleJ by prompt rous mining anJ manufacturing
town' , . F.VIOIEK'S 1'AJtAIHSK ! Maffnill-
cent crops raised in HS5. TMIOlf.SA"I > S OF
ACRES OF OVJGKX3IE > 'i' T AXIf , subject
to preemption anil homestead. Lands for sale to ac
tual settlers nt S300 per acre. Il > \ TIME.
Park Irrigated by Immense c-tnals. Cheap railroad
rot"s. hrery attonm n rhuwn fcttlers. r'or
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UO , Opera House Block , Denver , Colo , Box 1'JCK ) .
conld cipr-si tie aoDy I endured from Rheumatlici , nd
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walk or sleep. I took two-thirds of a bottle of ATHLO-
PHOROSandinafewdajs wu well. " T E.Cnatfiild.
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ml cure for Rheumatism eier ducorered. Ask jour drug
gist for Athlophoros. If joucannotgctltofhim donottry
ooeihin ? else , but order at once from us. We will wnd It
irref s paid on receipt of price. SI 00 per bottle.
ATHLOPHOROS CO. , 112 Wall St. , Hew York.
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QAyP ! P Rfini' contalnlDBjl samples of anil
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Viucenr Blltcrv Is tho
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headache and increasing tho
VIno rar Hitters assim
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Any tvro of tho above books mailed free on
receipt of four cents for registration fees.
K.H. McDonald Drug Co. , 632 Washington St. . N. Y.
ILLUSTKATEO SAMPLE FltCE. I
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Brnd now. or cut this out , a * yon may nrver sec U
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N. 15. Dr. Parker can be conndt-ntlally consulted
on all diseases of man , hla specialties
ASK FOR THE
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Leading Nos. : 14,048,130 , 135 , 333,161.
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THE ESTEREROCXC STEEL PEN CO. ,
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5 Ton Wagon Scalrs *
Iron LeTtM , hirel hearing. Crui
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inot roll ble n I dura
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\W thcr or wear ha * ni
effect on their ciiratlvt
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K > o | * ith strip * mjikt
them Mf ! .uljUbliu W <
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iUCKEYE FOLDIHB BINDER :
runmnprelarato-blnclcrm the worM
I Tiic ll-'htcst
Koldsioas to pa--stiroun'htirm ! jrUts. K-quire <
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send for Catalogue
Tills PAPER lien you our
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1 caye a positiro remedy lortue abore 6sa : by lei u *
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that I will tend TWO BOTTLKS FEEE , tose'her with a TAL-
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CURES 'WHERE Att EISE FAIIS.
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IE DEAF !
A treatise on thn causes and euro of deafness , br on
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D Habit , Qnlrkly tnd Fntale -
fs ly cured at home CorrtHpoadence
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EIIEDT COSIPAJ , v. Lafayette , lad.
_ _ FREE SAMPLE.
To Introduce the reat household remedy. GOK-
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A p ItiTe curo Knife.
, No Planter So Fain. "VV.C.
IB Payu r. llarshaUtoirn.lOTra.
"Morphine Habit Cured la 10
to XJO < l.iy * . No p.iy till CuroO.
Uu J. brKfun.ss. Lelunuu. ouio.
At Seven ! asljklssissosreet ,
To steal onenoT then'satreat
This represents a healthy life ,
Throughout its various scenes.
At Seventeen ! theyr'cnicer still
Just such a life as they enjoy.
Who use the Smith's Bile Beans
At Seventy ! it's jest tha sase ,
Tceystillkaep cp tea old , old gams.
The original Fhotojraph. panel size , ot
this Picture sent on receipt of ten c-nts la
Itimpi. Address. Bile Ceans. SL Lom , Xo.
Is TUB Best
Eer Hade ,
' None gennloe unless Don't mxsteyonr mnner on a pnm or rubber coat. The FISH RRAXD FLICITEF
aped with the . abort isabsolnteIy n//ran < ltrn/i-FBOor.ancl will keep you drv lit the hinlt't jtorm
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ot have th "n n BKIJTO" . send fnr de criptive catalogue to A J. TO\VEK. 3) Simmo ! ' < St. . 1'tntpn. Mi <
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