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Both the method and results when
Sjrup of Figs is taken ; it IB pleasant
and refreshing to the taste , and acts
gently yet promptly on the Kidneys ,
Liver and Bowels , cleanses the sys
tem effectually , dispels colds , head
aches and foyers and cures habitual
constipation. Syrup of Figs is the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced , pleasing to the taste ana ac
ceptable to the stomach , prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
effects , prepared only from the most
healthy and agreeable substances ,
Its many excellent qualities com
mend it to all and have made it
the most popular remedy known.
Syrup of Figs is for sa $ in 60c
and 81 bottles by all leading drug
gists. Any reliable druggist who
may not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. Do not accept
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO , CAL.
LOUISVILLE. KY. NEW YORK. f/.Y.
One of the most important organs of the
human body is ihe LIVER. When it fails to
properly perform its functions the entire
system becomes deranged. The BRAIN ,
KIDNEYS , STOMACH , BOWELS , all refuse
to perform their work. DYSPEPSIA , CONSTIPATION -
STIPATION , RHEUMATISM , KIDNEY DIS
EASE , etc. , are the results , unless some
thing is done to assist Natura in throwing
off the impurities caused by the inaction
of a TORPID LIVER. This assistance so
necessary will bo found in
Prickly Ash Bitters !
It acts directly on the LIVER , STOMACH
and KIDNEYS , and by its mild and cathartic
effect and general tonic qualities restores
these organs to a sound , healthy condition ,
and cures ail diseases arising from these
causes. It PURIFIES THE BLOOD , tones
up the system , and restores perfect health.
If your druggist docs not keep it ask him to
order it for you. Send 2c stamp for copy of
'THE " us./
HORSETRAINER , published by
PRICKLY ASH BITTERS 00. ,
ST. LOUIS ,
THINK OF IT !
AB a Flesh Producer there can bo
no question bat that
Of Fore God Liver Oil and Kypopiiosphites
Of Lime and Soda
is without a rivaL Many have
g-aincd a pound a day by the use
of it. It cures
SCROFULA. BRONCHITIS , COUGHS AND
COLDS , AND ALL FORMS OF WASTING DIS
EASES. AS PALATABLE AS MILK.
JJesaro you get the genuine ay there are
" &OEONE DOLI.AR sent ns by mall , wo
JC deliver , free of all charges , to any peron In the
United States , all the following articles Carefully
\ packed In a neat bor :
Onewo-ounco Dottle of Pure Vaseline 10 eta.
Onetwo-ounco bottle Yo. cllno Pomade 15 eta.
! Onojarof Vaseline Cold Cream . 15 cts.
One cake of Vaseline Camphor Ice . 10 cts.
One cake of Vasel Ine Soap , unseen ted. . . . 10 cts.
One cake of Vnsel Ine Soap , scented . 25 eta.
One two-ounce bottle of White Vaseline 25 cts.
Or for tamps any single article at the price.
If you have occasion to use Vaseline in any form
be careful to acreptonly genuine goodsputup by us
-original packages. A great many druRKistsero
trylnRlopcrsundo buyers to take VASELINE put
Tip br them. Never yield to such persuasion , as the
Article Is an Imitation without value , and will not
five ybu the result you expect. A bottle of Bine
Seal Vaseline la sold by all drupgUts at ten cents.
OlESEBEOCCIl BTC. Co. , Sl.SUU St. , 5rw York.
WL. II. GAKTEIV , RI. . ,
EYE ! NOSE , EAB THROAT !
Gradefiiecf Rush Medloil College , 1871. nil-
noise Eye and Ear Infirmary , ISSi. KewYork
Po1yc"iu , 1889. Glasses filled. Artificial Eyes
11O4 O - LINCOLN , NEB.
IF U8EO BEFORE CONFINEMENT.
TOUEfit'LATOU CO. , ATJ JLNTAJOA.
SOLD or AH , DRUGGISTS.
Mind wacdering erred. Boots I'ltrned
1 ) in ono roadie . Testimonials from all
part * of the globe * Prewpectus resT
roiE , Beat on crplication to Prof.
Fifth Ave. New York.
A W m * ML BHE ' CHILDKEN
I felTbouanii fjoanc men and
MmmmmCAaEin < u > n. s. A.OW *
thru nra * 1 thdr bc lth and
l&dr bapploet * to Sldgc'i Food
FOOD ttelr dallr < la Infanrr
n < T Childhood h Tintbm
KMct'i Food. By Dnicrhu.
Or IS TOE UtADHO FOOB IS % * * * P. WOOMtlClI
ALL CUCrrUKS. * CO- Palmer * JIMS.
STEREOPTICONS Battery & Optical Co.
! KGO- MAGIC LAHTEBHS ,
The School-Book Question.
It is pleasing to bo able to record in
these days , when the prices of almost
every commodity in daily use are ad
vancing , either on account of high tar
iff protection , or from some othey sym
pathetic causes , that there is one sta
ple which has undergone , and is still
undergoing a reduction in price. Wo
refer to school books. There le per
haps no article which has been the
subject of BO much discussion through
out the farming communities as that of
the schoolbook. There lias been
much complaint about high prices , and
these prices have generally beec
charged to the publishers , but not
rightfully , for investtgation proves
that the publisher's prices are reason
able. The trouble is traceable to those
retailers who charge outrageous prices
to make large profits , and to the peoj j
pie who do not avail themselves of the
The contract system inaugurated by
the American Book Company , of Chicago
cage , the largest single book publish
ing concern in the country , and whoso
books are used throughout the length
and breadth of the land , has resulted
in wide awake school district boards
and close buyers of books purchasing
direct from the company at contract
prices. These contract prices are
twenty per cent lower than the 'former
The question has often been asked ,
"Who are. some of the school-book
publishers , outside of the American
Book Company ? " There are to-day
over fifty reputable school-book pub
lishers competing for the business of
the country. We name a few : Cow-
perthwaite & Co. , Philadelphia ; Ginn &
Co. , Boston ; D. C. Heath & Co. , Bos
ton ; Henry Holt & Co. , New York ;
Leuch , She well & Sanborn , Boston ; J.
B. Lippincott & Co. , Philadelphia ;
Eflingham , Maynard & Co. , New York ;
Charles Scribnor's Sons , New York ;
Porter & Coates , Philadelphia ; Sheldon
& Co. , New York ; George Sherwood
& Co. , Chicago ; Tainter Bros. & Co. ,
New York. Many others might be
added to this list.
The American Book Company has'
led off in cutting the prices of school
books where contracts are made with
school boards. We find upon referring
to their price list that they also offer
to send their books to any man , woman
or child in the United States , postage
or express prepaid upon i-eceipt of the
list price , thus placing in the hands of
the consumer , even in the remotest
and smallest village in the country , an
effective safe-guard against extrava
gant charges. Wd believe that print
ers' ink is too plenty , and good authors
are ever too ready to work , to allow a
monopoly in the school-book trade.
As school boards have the power en
tirely in their own hands , there is no
doubt they can secure books at greatly
reduced prices by contracting direct
with publishers for a term of years.
Let school officers take advantage of
the new contract plan and put the best
books in the hands of the consumers at
the lowest price possible. Gazette.
The survival of the fittest is the doctrine
that always wins in a dog fight.
THE SPIKIT OF THE TIMES , of New York ,
fays : "An extraordinary advance in the use
oi'cocoa seems to have" taken place of late
years in England. In tb House of Com
mons this lat-t session the Ri ht lion. G. J.
Goschen , the Chancellor of trie Exchequer ,
called attention to it as a cause for much of
ihe falling off-of the use of coffee. He
attributed it in a measure to the position a
preparation of cocoa known as "Grateful and
Comforting" bad taken. In accord with this
suggestion it may be nterestiuir to follow
the course cocoa has taken iu England since
ld $ ! , w hen the duty which had teen stand
ing at 'd. per Ifo. , with an importation of
urnler half a million pounds , was reduced ted
: d perlj. . and not Jong alter ne find the
homoeopath c doctiine of n.edfcinc intro
duced into ihe kingdom , and that the usij of
cocoa was specially advocated by physicians
adopting that mode of practice. Soon after
\\e iind the first homoeopathic chemist : ?
established in England ( the firm of .lames
Epps to Co. ) produced a special preparation ,
which only needed -boiling water or milk to
be at once" ready for the table , and the super
ior character of this production has. no
c.oubt. done-much , as the Chancellor of the
Exchequer * aid , to Irrine about ( backe.l as it
wre by a f HI ther reduction of the duty to Id.
per Ib. ) the advance rnafe. "
It is iiard to make cheating grocer see
the en or of his weighs.
SWEDISH .ASTHMA Cunn never fails. Send
your address. Trial pack-acre mailed free.
Collins Brothers' Drug Co."St. Louis , Mo.
"AJass " . "Ah
As they parted : , sighcdhe.
men , " wept she.
Ulrs. WInsIow' SoolhinsrSyrupfor Chil
dren tucth'.np , softens thoRums , reduces in'Jaramn-
tton , allays pain , cures wind colic. 25c. a bottle.
' Cat-nipped1 ! soneaked the mouse as
Tabby got n grip on ihini.
COUGHS AXn COLDS. Those who are suf
fering from Coughe.Colds , Sore Throat , etc. ,
shoufd try Bnowx"-s BUOXCHIAL TROCHES.
Sold only in boxes.
In close application to business nothing
gets much ahead-of A mustard plaster.
Garllelcl Tea : lirrmless herbs , ads on liver ,
Uanejsnul boweJi" . citato an appetite , cures djvpep-
sU and const pat.oru _ _ _ _ _ _
One wouldn't object to hold the mirror up
to Nature if it was a good-looking lass.
"When Baby was sick , ire gave her Castoria ,
When she was a Child , she cried for Castoria ,
When she became Via , the clung to Castoria ,
"When she had Children , tie gave them Castoria ,
A corn dodger the total ahsfainer. _
ENGINES ! BOILERS !
sioirr CITY ravciirra WORKS.
Largest Works west of the Mississippi.
Write foi estimates. SIOUX CITY , la.
TbeGreatSccret of the ! \Canarjr Breeders ofthe
Kartz&IououinsGerma-4/Vnr ? / Bird Maura will
rcaorelhetonrof Cage Vl A Birdi. will prevent
their ailmeqa &krep.thm\VIjA iiOeoodcoMiiion.
It makes canaries i .f \f9& nile ' bcddi ng
fcaihen. Sent by nut ] on n Bk receipt of i $ cts.
Sold by all dnittiits Mf ? Directions free
B.rdFoodCo. . < ooN.3d" St. . Phlk..P .
Elffhut Prtai p id for School muS
BONDS Municipal Bond * . Correspondence
oUcltcd. D. M. Sm .0mahft , eb.
BEAUTIFUL WEST INDIES WOMEN.
Gorgeous DreBH nnil GrHonful CarrUge of
the Half.llreed * .
The half-breeds of the West Indies are
called the flucst Jtnixed race of the An *
tillcs. Tall , supple , straight as palms ,
these colored women and men impreea
one by their dignity of carriage and
easy motion. They talk without swing-
In ! ; the shoulders ; the perfectly set torso
acems to remain rigid , yet the step is a
full stride , and the whole weight is
poised spriuirily on the very tip of the
bare foot. All , or nearly all , nro with
out shoes , and the passing of hundreds
of naked feet makes a groat\vhi6perlns
sound over the pavements. .
A HALF-BHEED WOMAN.
But what produces life most novel im
pression on the stranger is the singulari
ty and brilliancy of the women's cost
umes. They were developed at least a
hundred years ago by a curious sumptu
ary law regulating the dress of slaves
ana colored people of free condition , a
law which allowe'd considerable liberty
as to material and tint , prescribing only
form. The coiffure especially is strik
ing. It is only an immense Madras
handkerchief , which is folded about the
bead with admirable art , like n turban ,
one bright end , pushed through at the
top in front , being left sticking up like
Then this turbanalways full of bright
canary color , is fastened with great
golden or silver brooches , one in front
and one on either side. The remainder
of the dress is an embroidered low-cut
chemise with sleeves ; a skirt or jiipe
quite short in front and very long be
hind , but caught up nnd fastened in
front below the breasts so as to bring
the hem everywhere to a level with the
end of the long chemise ; and finally a
silken kerchief thrown over the should
A WOMAN OF RANK.
These kerchiefs , however , are bright
crimsonbrignt yellowbright blue.bright
green , lilac , violet , rose , sometimes
mingled together In plaidinpd , or check-
erings ; or Btripings , black with orange ,
sky-bluo with purple. To this dispfey
add the effect of costly and curious
jewelry , immense enrrings.each pendant
being formed of five gold cylinders
joined together , the cylinders sometimes
two inches long and one inch at least in
King George and the Piano.
The King of Greece was fearfully
bured , when at Aix , by the sets made
at him by professional beauties who
had not the'taleut to conceal iheir art.
One of them hired the flat near hi ?
lodginsr. and a , piano. Her musical
education was neglected. But she
knew how to play the Greek hymn.
Whenever his Majesty returned 'from
the baths she struck it up.
If there is an air the King hates more
than another it is that one. He has had
to listen to it many times every day a
Athens for twenty-seven years" When
ever he goes to a casino , concert , or
opera , the orchestra gives him several
bars. In short , it is to him so fearful
ly hackneyed that it grains on his
nerves if , when it is being played , he
cannot think of something else , and
thus shut it out from his ears. But the
professional beauty stumbled , and got
M > involved in false notes that he could
not be deaf to her performance. He
lost his t jraper over and over again ,
and sent message after message to the
landlord to beg that he would silence
her pianoforte. This the landlord
feared lo do. as the lady spent money
far more freely than the potentate , and
drew to the hotel rich fools , who paid
for poor champagne as though it were
Widow Cliqtiot's best.
The affair wsis arranged by a Greek
fronrMaroeilles making the acquaint
ance of the lady and confiding to her
some of his Majesty's defecls. One of
them was u born hatred of music , which
he thought uoise. and llie-other a taste
for frumpish German women , whenever
never painted , kept quiet , nd had not
a sotil above knitling and darning
Blockings. The beauty changed- * , her
tactics accordingly. His Majestywas
no longer bored by the Greek air. and
I should not wornler if he sent an
Order to the diplomatic person who in
duced his fair neighbor to shut up bei
piano. Paris Letter in London Truth.
A Thoughtful Parent *
Pelted Daughter "Papa , what has
come overyou ? I never had a wish you
were not anxious to gratify , and you
even anticipated my wanls. and handed
me money for all ports of things I hadn't
even thought of. But now I have lo ask
you for every cent I need.and you growl
and grumble , and ask if I think you are
nifide of moneyand you rail at woman's
extravagance and invariably ask me
what on earth I did with the last check ,
or dollar , or dime you cave me. Don't
you love me any more ? * '
Pada * 'My darling , I love you as
much as ever , but y/m are soon to be
married , and I am trying to gradunlly
prepare you for the change. " N. Y.
j Failure of it Rellamy Srlieme.
It is probable that ore long the co
operative boarding house established
in JJecntur last spring on th& Edward
Bolluiny plan will soon collapse for
lack of sufficient patronage. It started
out with fifty-two members , under the
most favorable circumstances , and all
of its patrons were enthusiastic in
praise of the novel manner of living.
The patrons got day board at $2.40 a
week , and there was a fair profit in the
enterprise for the lady manager so
long as there ivere fifty-two boarders.
But , from one cause or another , the
patrons have quietly departed , until
now there are but forty left. This
number is not sufficient to continue the
"Alliance'1 longer at a profit , and it is
expected that the co-operative plan
will bo abandoned to retiirh to the § 4
and $ G rates. Cor. St. Louis Globe-
"What makes that joy , that merriment ? "
Rheumatic pains , neuralgic gout ,
Salvntioii Oil lias j > ut to rout
Salvation Oil , for IK allng scut ,
Salvatiou Oil , the liniment.
A liellamy Apnr.'mciit Houe.
Omaha will soon have an apartment
house that will be built according to
the Edward Bellamy idea. J. H. Van
Born is now having the plans for such
a building prepared. It will be situ
ated at Twenty-second and Leaven-
worth streets. It will be a brick struc
ture , four stories high , and containing
twenty-five apartments. The plan of
living in this building will be cooperative
ative , as all of the cooking will be done
in one kitchen , each individual sharing
his or her expense. The house will be
put in operation about January 1.
Omaha Bee ,
They Er.t under the moonlight , with clasped
hnudp Hying to jness " nhat star would be
their home "when love became Immortal" but
i-oon , alas hou soon she caught a , cold and
they 1 ad temporalily to stop gupssincr. They
cuied her , however , with one botlle of Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup.
A Doer on the Track.
While extra train No. 671 was com
ing east Sunday afternoon a few miles
east of Mast Hope , on the Delaware
division , Engineer Edwjird Taylor ,
espied a large deer descending the al
most perpendicular bluff on the north
side of the track. The deer reached
the track a few yards in advance of
the engine , and those on the engine
expected to see it run down , but in
stead it started down the track in ad
vance of the train for a distance of a
quarter of a mile , and then bounded
down the bank toward the river. The
men on the engine saw the deer until
the train went out of sight. It was a
buck with five prongs , and must have
weighed in the neighborhood of 500
pounds. It seemed to be greatly fa
tigued , and was probably started up by
a party of hunters in the heavy woods
back of Mast Hope. Taylor and his
fireman confidently expected to have a
saddle of venison for their Thanksgiv
ing dinner. Port Jervis ( X. Y. ) Ga
Washing powders are strong alkalies , and
ruin clothe . The purest soap obtainable is
the best nnd cheapest. DobLins' Uectric
Soap has beta acknowledged for 4 years to
be the purest of all. Iry It right away.
- _ _ _ , _ _ _ *
Grew over lOOFeetlii Nine-teen Years.
Monday morning the tall blue gum
tree standing at the northeast corner
of German Senter's house was cut
down. A careful measurement of the
tree showed it to be about 115 feet
high from the ground to the topmost
branch. It was four feet in diameter
and about twelve feet in circumference
at the ground. We are informed by a
Portugese that he set the tree out
nineteen years ago. Think of it ! A
tree only nineteen years old , 115 feet
high and showing a diameter in pro
portion. The residents of that quar
ter watched the fall of the monarch
with genuine regret , but its great
height made the cutting of it down
necessity , as it was liable to breaic
audfall on some of the residences near.
Santa Clara ( Cal. ) Journal.
An Equivalent for Sulrlde.
If we allow our bodily infirmities to make away
with us through neplect , ha\e we such an immense
mense- moral advantage over the deliberate sui
cide ? Scarcely. For example , the deadly pro
gress of Brisilit's disease , diabetes , acutu nvphiti *
Mild pra\el is sure often terribly swift in the
catastrophe. Most people of a\erage information
know that this is the simple , um.irnisiicd truth
in regard to those w id > ly prevalent maladies. To
delay Judicious medication is specially suicidal in
uch asea. The means of restraint is to be
found in Hosteller's Stomach Bitters. Ghoan
impetus to the action of the kidncj s with tbis
safe and reliable diuretic , and the infant com
plaint it- shorn at its birth of the powrr for evil.
Allow it to crow , and anticipate the worst. The
liittere , i\hich annihilates these are ing troubles ,
also eradicates dyspepsia , rheumaliMii , malarial
and liver complaints. Appetite , sleep and vigor
are also promoted by it.
The Farm Toolx.
It would seem as if , after yeavs of
good counsel on the subject , some
farmers would at least take the hint
and look after the farm tools partic
ularly after the season's work is done ;
but itrill require a good deal of
preaching from the text before , "con
version" ' is accomplished. So one
would think who rides far in almost
any direction this time of the year.
Mowers and horse rakes still out in
the fields , plows astride a rail fence ,
barrows leaning up against trees
these are some of Ihe not uncommon
objects which one may see on some
farms. Get them in , give a coat of
paint where needed , and save dollars.
How' * Thl < . i
\\'c ofer One Hundred Dollars reward for
am case of catairh that cannot be cured by
lakiitr ) .all's Caturih Cure.
\\e. the undersigned , have known F J.
C'hene } lor the last 15 yeaif , and U-lievrhiin
pc-iiU-tly honorable in" all bu-iness transac
tions , and tiLanciully able to carry out any
obligations made liy"their tirtn.
\ \ ET vt ThUAX , "tt'LoJesale Druggists , Tole
do , O.
AI.DIXR. KiNXAJf & JlAitvix , Wholesale
Drurgists. Toledo , O.
} jth' & Caiarrh Cire : Is taken Internally ,
ret n ; : directly uj-cn ihe IIcod and mucous
surfaces of ihe system. 'JtBtimouials sent
In e. I'r.'ie lie. ' jer bolt itSold bv all
It's a question of rest or arrest with the
Dree the fevi : make men so had , orslt !
( he i-cu \ \ Lo make the uev.l so laJl
The Only Shoo Factory in Omnlin.
W. V. Morse & Co.'s Men's , Wom
en's and Children's medium and fine
grades of shoes , made in our largo fac
tory in Omaha. Neb. Ask your store
keeper for this brand ; THEY lire the best.
W. V. Morse & Co. have the OXLY
shoe factory in Omaha , so when the
merchant deals with this firm ho knows
ho is buying from first hands , and at
In one year , wo have made so good
a reputation for our "Morse's School
Shoes" that we have been compelled
to make other important lines.
Merchants If you want shoes that
will wear ! That will fit ! That will
please your customers , send your or
ders to W. V. Morse & Co. , Omaha ,
FIFTY DOLLAKS IN GOLD REWARD to
any one finding a piece of shoddy in
any of our own make of goods.
We only sell to merchants.
W. V. Moitsc & Co. ,
Omaha , Nob.
Sitting Bull begins to think it time he got
Before the use of Prickly Ash Bitters be
came geneial throughout the South and
V cst. it was a feaiful dose of "Blue .Mass , "
and daily doses of quinine , that was forced
licit n the thioats of sufTerercrs from alt ma-
lorarlnl troubles. In place of such obnox
ious , harrowing curatives. Prickly AshBit-
Urs , with its'inild , soothing action now
holds supreme sway , and after one trial , its
use wheu necessary , Is forever established.
You who have sick-headaches , sour stomachs
achs , diseased liver or kidneys , can do no
better than lo give it a trial.
Dresses can be trained to follow their
"You're the I'm for "
just man laying , as
the brickmason said to the contractor.
The people at the World's
Disperisary of Buffalo , N. Y. ,
have a stock-taking time once
a year and what do you think
they do ? Count the numtjer
of bottles that've been re
turned by the men and women
who say that Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery or
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip
tion didn't -do what they said
it would do.
And how many do you
think they have to count.
One in ten ? Not one in Jive
Here are two remedies
one the Golden Medical Dis
covery , for regulating and in
vigorating the liver and purify
ing the blood ; the other , the
hope of weakly womanhood ,
and they've been sold for
years , sold by the million bottles
tles ; sold under a positive
guarantee , and not one in five
hundred can say :
" It was not the- medicine for
me ! "
And is there any reason
why you should be the one ?
And supposing you are what
do you lose ? Absolutely
these Little Pills.
They also relieve Dis
tress from Dyppep ia. In
digestion .iiid TooHcartj
Eating. A. perfect reni-
Drowsiness , Bad last
in the Mouth. Coatedc *
Tongue.Pain in the Side. S
TOUPID LIVEIi. ThejS
rejmlato the Bowels.
J'rlcii 25 Cents.
CAETEB MEDICINE CO. , NEW YOrtK. I
Small Pill , Small Dose , Small Price !
FEtfSALE REGULATOR ,
. and Certain to a day or money re
funded. By mall $2. Sceurclv spaleil from ob
servation. COOK llEMKUlf CO. , Uinahti.Xeb.
S JOHN Wt
11Ya hfii < ; tnii , U. C'
'Successfully Prosecutes Claims.
! Date Principal Examiner U.S Pension Bureau.
13jra m List war. 15 aujudiuuhi ; ; claims , r.tty aluce
_ _ AUctim orimin -
ful IrnpntJence , cau iue Premature Uecar , Xenotis
Debility , Lost Manhood , < c. , havmjrtrled In rain cnr * '
knuirn remctlv , Ins discovered a simple mcaiiof rc'r-
carp , which l.c u I.I feud ( < caled ) FItEf ; to hi-t f.r".rir
ferers. Address J. II. UEEVjiS , > j. Box 32W , X. Y. City.
1 > KR
Full ize (11x14) ) . Same as sold In murie Floret gen
erally at from Me. to 11.00. 1-arjres.t Hn to Select
from. Rend ln cr > t fop > amnlr tapr. > oral or Io 4n-
nUl.-CaUlog1irKKEK. WINDSOR MUSIC CO.
SG3 State Street. Chicago , ill.
PKKI- K.VI > IN . Uiiiturian litera
ture , and Information roticernintr T'nitarian-
Ism. sent free upon application to Mrs.Vjf. .
WALLACE. 2120 Uarney street. Omaha. Neb.
MEXICAN CACTUS PILLS. Aeervts
wanted everywhere for this wonderful new
remed } . S.imjile bottle. 25o Circular frt-e.
Cacrcs Co. , Bora , East El Paso , Texas.
toff boot * and i-ho ' ! . Good reasons f or iclllnsr. IVilltako
oart In good real estate. Address ROI ; c. Fr nl-rirf ' w.
WASTED. Land * niul Kraiu Kleva-
tor in extlianee for manafactiirin ? and other fall paid
r.onarrhaLe ) incorporation r.ocks. Full Infunnatluit
pircn on ajplUatiou. Addresn Box 18 , Omaha , Xe'o.
h-ive smaller feet. Sol-d
H A Ri 3 KT Ct can
JU fId ? U tO Comfort. Pamphlet free. Sim
ple pk . , 10cTlie 1'edine Co. , New York.
TRKZ I.VtOKIUTIOX. Cheap homes for
FLORIDA all. Send stamp for Illui-trnt-d"Koine-
M icer. " O. 3. Ccoibj/J'J irinllln SU5.T.
DRILLS. the "XVnrlcl.
. talociio l''ree.
iiniU. % , kf.LLY i TA5EIIIIIX , rtaterl < MIa.
Oiualm 5-ir 51.
for Qire ujT
NERVE AND BRAIN TREATMENT.1
Specific for Hritcrla. Dlzzlnesi , Flti , fouralfflo , Walt * ,
fulnoo. Mental l > pr sslun. Hoftenlnirof the llralnr .
ultlnjf In Insanity and leading to mUerr decay and
death. Premature Old Agi ? . Ilarrcnneu. Lou of rower
In either aaz. Involuntary Uojuei , and Bpermatorrho
caused br over-exertion ot the brain , lolf-abufe or
OTor-lodulgenco. iach box contains one month' * IreaU
Kent. 81 a box. or lr for J4 , fent br mall prepaid ,
with each order for < lx box . vrlll aend purcbuar
fnarantuo to refund money If the treatment fall * W
euro. UuaranUcaluuod ami gcuulu aXd only by
UOOIKUAN OKLK ; < ; < > . ,
111O farnam Street , O3IA.UA , fflSD.
For Little Folk * .
PRICE 1O CENTS
And hundreds of other book * of
Recitations. Readings , Dialogues.Plays ,
Cooki of Uamfi , tiporlt and innicntaU ,
AtfcUUn , Ojmaa > ( lt < ( JUjIt ,
etc. , tc. ,
FOU BOTH LITTLE AND BIO FOLKS.
Full descriptive Catalogue * cnt free on
- application. Addre s , mentioning1 thly
The PotVItt riiMhlilnp Homo ,
33 KosoStreet , > . Y.
BOILING WATER OR MILK.
LABELLED 1-2 LB. TINS ONLY.
leading remi-dy lor all tart
unnatural discharges ana
private diseases of men. A
certain cure lor the dcblll
tating weakness peculiar
to u omen.
iiiaouiv tj Jprescr beitnndieel nfo
THEEvAhsCHEWl' ' lCn. In recommending " t
1 - - - " ' - 3 all utrerers.
fiU. SIGNER , M D.OECATUi , ! u.
1 sold i > y I > rnpcri Ui.
TrKlo Kaia&XHaAia I'RICE 81.00.
J. J. THOWSAS & CO. ,
Wliolesale Shippers of
COLORADO COAL ,
icoo oiiiist. . , B > a-w : VKK , COLO
Special Rote to CluhE and
Send for Catalogue and Trice List.
The Dlwtbility bill IH n. law. .SolilierndUnbled
nee tlioYTiir we entitled.Vid m whonre de
pendent iiru included. Also 1'urciiM dependent
to-day , whoso sons died from effects of Army ser-
virc. If you wl n your claim speedily and success
fully settled , address
JAMES TANNER ,
I > atoComml hIonerof Pensions.D. .
FAM FOR SALE !
: ,00 at-re farm , stock ami toola , 11 thor-
ontibbrcil .Icrsey cows , yoke oxen , 40 t'ots
weld liefj ) for brcclmir. - irool maref.
.aim i- i out equally divl Teil lii't'.vecn i ooil
past'incultiratcil nnd need land , hxcel-
cnt > nirir orchard of,001) trees , liuc build-
: nir . in itood repair. J exliaustible sup : lr
of liar i wood. Write Alfred .loslin , Wifts-
I.i-ld , Vermont , for fill' t artk-ulars.
Oar Well Machines are them' '
Tiiey i'lKI'II tVell , where
others FAIL ! Any i-b-e. 2
inches to 41 inches illnmetcr.
LOOMS & HYUAH ,
A pension forererr disabled solclicror Sailor
who served ninety d.iys during lute war , iecardle-
of cause of disability. Pensions for \vidotiN ,
minor or disabled cliilclrei of deceased soldiers
und sailors who served as above. Pensions for
dependent Parents , reirnrdless tit dependency ct
il-ttoofwildieri death. No charce unless success *
Jnl. Address nt once. _
| J Wa'Iiinc'ton , D. C.
MAGSC CORE Bff1
500 for a case of LOST or FAIUNC MANHOOD ,
General or NERVOUS DEBILITY , weakness of body
or mind , the effects of errors or excesses in old n
young that we cannot cure. We guarantee every-
case or refund every dollar. Five days trial trcafr
rnent SI , tail course S5. Perceptible benefit ! real
ized in three days. By mail , securely packed free
observation. COOK REMEDY Co. . OMAHA , NHB.
* A ja- - * - - + - - - -f ff-f -f TTT Z'TTT'K
0 * * , A PRESENT.
2 , QEXD us your address and we will make TOO aT
aTA STaVpl' S9 ? t , nl5raa lcv y/ASHIMC *
v MACHINE In the Vrorld. Xo wash-boordor ruo- *
tff bmgnecded. Wewantyoutoshowlttoyoarfrlsnd'.il.
. j , oraetusa entlfToncan. YoucanCOI IN MONEYT
. flrrtfrtim each county. Wnteuuiclc. . . . asaA
T. LAOXDRT Timotro f l StrN.
Dev . r.
1 ii 4' * ' 5' *
Dr. BABLEY ,
A Full Set of Teeth for $5 00. '
Teeth extracted without pain or danger bv a
new process. Gold and alloy tilling at low'eat
Office : Paxton Block , Omaha , Neb.
trrlfoforterm'- Simple ror et free to
Agts. lwlsSchlele&Co..3bI U'way..N.Y
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