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THE LATE VICE PllESlPENT.
Tlio Life nml I'tiMIc Service ofTlioiiin
The following sketch ol the life nnd public
Bcrvlccs of Vice President Hendricks, ho
died at Indiatmpolis, hid., on the 5th, is
ti'licu from the Omaha Herald:
Thomas Andrew Hendricks was born in
Muskingum county, Ohio, Sept. 7, ISIS).
His parent were unpretentious farm folk.
In 182a his father removed to Shelby
county, Indiana, where the family settled
permanently. Thomas was given a, thor
ough common school education in the
M-hools of the county. Ho early developed
great assiduity in the pursuit of his studies,
and led his young companions in almost
every instance of juvenile rivalry for prefer
mnt. llewnsscnt frotntheShelbycomity
chools to South Hanover college where Jus
record was one of brilliancy, in keeping
with the promise of his early career, and
from which ho was graduated with honor
in 1811. Young Hendricks then studied
law at ChnmberBburg, Pa., nnd was there
admitted to the Imr in lS-tli. About this
time one ot the most striking ot his charac
teristics began to develop, namely, his
strength of personal conviction on leading
questions, and the dignified positiveness
and tenacity witli which he maintained a
personal opinion once firmly formed. It is
said by those who know him at that early
day, however, that his opinions were never
formed hnstily, but when expressed showed
careful consideration of the subject in hand
from all sides. After being admitted to the
bar in Chambcrsbtirg, l'a., ho returned to
Indiana to practice law, and was at once
recognized as a young man far above the
average intelligence, while his knowl
edge of legal matters attracted
marked attention from the older barristers.
Soycral cases of largo importance won by
1 ti in at that time commanded fnvorablo
comment throughout the state, and paved
tho way to his subsequent success. So
well bad ho beconio known by 1818 that
he was elected a member ot tho state legis
lature, and this was followed in 1850 by a
still greater honor in his appointment by
an overwhelming majority from his district
as ii delegato to tho stato constitutional
convention. Success continued to follow
his legal endeavors, and witli it catno a
knowledge of persons and oven not only in
his own state but throughout tho country,
possessed by few men in tho United States
of more ndvanced years, and by nono of
his own age. In 1851 ho was sent from tha
Indianapolis district to contend with tin
llinching iutegritynud acknowledged ability
for his constituents in that august body
until 1855. In 1855 ho was made com
missioner of tho general land oflico, a posi
tion which he filled, with tho ability which
had characterized all his previous public
duties, until 1850. From 18(i:t to ISO'.),
ho was a member of tho United States sen
ate, whero ho was unanimously recognized
as tho leader of tho democracy, of which
ho had mnco his entrance into politics been
a staunch and sturdy member. The many
services performed by him for the parly
during this trying legislative period, his de
termined advocacy of measures which time
proved among the best ever debated, nnd
his equally determined opposition to every
eHort against tho public welfare, are mat
ters of national record, and need no
elaboration. On tho floor of the senate,
surrounded by men of forco and widescopo,
no man compelled more attention, and his
many utterances on great public problems
were received with tho most serious atten
tion. No better evidence of the lasting im
pression made by him on the minds of tho
leading men of tho timcis to bo found than,
the fact of his very strong support for tho
nomination at tho national democratic
convention in Xow York in 18(58. Many of
tho greatest men in tho party were his
strong personal friends, add many others,
not so familiarly acquainted witli him, were,
nevertheless, his political supporters. Mr.
Hendricks was defeated for tho governor
ship of Indiana in 18(10 and 18(i8, but ho
was elected tothat position in 1872 for tho
term ending January 1, 1877. His admin
istration of tho stato government was ono
of tho best, if not tho very best, ever ex
perienced by its peoplo, and, had ho been
willing to accept renomiuation, ho might
nnd undoubtedly would hnvo been returned
to the gubernatorial chair until ho desired
to relinquish it from sheer weariness. He
wiib, however, noininnted as tho demo
cratic candidate for viro president on the
ticket witli Samuel ,1. Tildon, was elected
with him to tho high olllce, nnd with him
was counted out in tho immortal electoral
fraud of 187G. From that yenr until 1880
ho took no active part in politics, devoting
himself with great energy to tho demands
upon him as undoubtedly tho legal leader
of his state. In 1SS0 lie was strongly
urged at tlio national democratic conven
tion in Cincinnati for tho vice presidency
oil tho ticket witli Gen. Hancock, hut his
friends worOnot successful in securing that
position for him. Prom 1880 until 1881,
when, as every inhabitant of the country
knows, ho was victoriously nominated for
tho vico presidency on the ticket with Mr.
Clovelnnd, ho again dovoted himself almost
entirely to tho legal profession.
NATIONAL CAPITAL NOTES.
The postmnstcr general nppointed the
following fourth-class postmasters: In Da
kota At Leo Heights, Georgo H. Stafford.
In hlinoia At Kdgerton, Henry P. Stod
dard. In Iowa At Green Castle, Hczekinh
Woods; at Uentonville, S. W. Houn. In
Nebraska At Long Pino, Georgo V. Love;
nt lteynolds, C. 1). Moore; at Keekville,
Mrs. A. M. Gust; at Scliwedt, Ferdinand
Mr. Richbcrg Bays that ho has discovered
another precedent in tho.Mackin caso which
was entirely overlooked in tho previous
nrguments, but will bo submitted when tho
caso is heard by the supreme court and he
believes will bo convincing. It is thn cusc
of Pertet, decided by tho supreme court in
March last, nnd reportod in tho 11-ltli
volume of supreme court decisions. The
points involved are similar to thoso in the
Wilson case, nnd the decision is nothing
more or less than altirming that. Ho snya
reversed it decision in one case, but was
tho court sometime ago reconsidered nnd
never known to go back on n position it
has twice taken, nnd he fools very confident
that tho JHodgett dscision wdl be reversed.
Mr. Hichberg nnd Mr, Wilson hnd n long
conference, in which it was decided to defer
entirely to the wishes of the department ol
justice regarding the date of tho argument.
Senator MahonV'doea nbt'weigh much
more thun a box of laundry nonti.
Ira IMvcnport has hermetically sealed
Wnrmlnc: Hie Xorlli Atlnnttc. Cllmntr.
A Noiv York engineer, J. C. Goodridge,
Jr., suggests n plan for moderating tho
:1iinnte ot our North Atlantic coast. lib
assumes that tho reason wo do not get the
benefit of it now is that we have between
n-s and it a Polar current, coming flown
lions the coast ot Labrador through the
Straits of Hollo Isle, nnd forming tho cold
western wall of tho Gull Stream. The ex
istence of this cttrrer.t is well established.
What Mr. Goodridgo proposes is, that it
honld bo stopped in the Straits of Belie
Islo by a dam at a point whero it is about
ten miles wido nnd 150 foot deep. The
dam, ho says, could bo built witli the
Adjacent, rocks, and tho cost would not ex
;eed S-ln.OOO.llOO. The effect ot this would
be, he calculate, to chnnge tho tempera
turo of tho coast, from Capo Hatt-ras to
Newfoundland. Nova, Scotia would haven
slimnte as mild as Cape Mny, and Mock
Island aud Capo Cod would become winter
Iui t lor KamlllcH.
In order to conk your bain;, you must nl
vwiw first catch it.
It i nvioli easier to cnteh a cold than to
rnich a bnro.
To ?et rid of a cold, always uso Red Star
To get Ked Star Cough Cure, only requires
Tho western journalist is fast acquiring
tho amen'ties of polite and refined society.
Says a Detroit man, "Tho office boy of our
esteemed contemporary is, in tho editor's
absence, still trying to palm himself off on
the community as his intelligent nnd well
informed principal." Now, everybody must
ndmil that this is n great advance upon
tho custom which formerly obtained of
Bpcnking of a brother editor as "thocnipty
headed sycophant ncross tho way," or
"tho presiding jackass of tho low-down
menagerie whoso vile smelling odors pol
lute tho surrounding atmosphere." Hut it
terribly severe on tho ollico boy. Iloston
Usually such things as aro ndvertised
loesess no value. Hut who would say that
Or. Hull's Cough Syrup poss?sssa no merit?
it is tlio standard remedy of our age. Price
Mrs. Augusta Kvans Wilson has received
nearly S 100,000 from her books.
Think not ambition wise, because 'tis
Miss Anna Dickinson is rapidly recover
ing from a serious illness.
A Trip to Colla.v Spring.
Colfax Springs, on tho Ciiicago, Rock
Island and Pacific Railroad, is a popular
health resort, to which many Western peo
plo go to try tho waterj, which aro noted
or their healing propzrties. They aro
claimed to bo beneficial for lhoumatism
nnd kindred trouble. Mr. Charles P.
Grfliii, a butcher of Stuart, la., recently
made a trial of thoin and, while they ap
pear to have done him some good, ho nttor
ivards discovered a euro which proved in
finitely moro efficacious. Ho gives this
"My attack was a very Bovcro one, and
or three mouths I was compelled to closo
my store, as I was not able to attend to
business at all. My joints were swollen
and tlierodid not seem to bo any part of
my body that did not ache. After suffer
ing hi this way until tho pain was almost
beyond cuduranco I wont to Colfax
Springs to try tho offals ot tho waters.
Tho day I loft homo I had to ba carried
down stairs. After remaining at the
Springs a month I en mo back homo feeling
somewhat better. A few weeks later, how
sver, I had a relap-io which prostrated mo
tho sumo ns before. It was at that time
that I learned of Athlophoros. I sent for
a bottle of it, and in fifteen minutes after I
had taken tho first dose I felt tho effects of
it, and when I had finished my third
bottle I was well. I havo not had any
rheumatism siuco and haveattended to my
business every day, which is a thorough
test, as I am obliged to bo out nil kinds of
weather and at all seasons of the year. If
I had known of Athlophoros in tho first
placoit would have saved me hundreds of
dollars and tho detriment to my business
in closing my store. I take great pleasure
in recommending it to others."
Dr. L. D. Rounds, a dentibt, for sixteen
years a residont of Oskuloosa, but for tho
past three years of Albia, la., relates an
equally pleasant experience witli Athlo
phoros: "Rheumatism," ho says, "has lyon my
most serious troublo until nbout a year
ago, when 1 used a bottlo ot Athlophoros.
Siuco that time I havo not had a twinge of
it. Previously I had beensubject tosciatic
rheumatism for several years, many tim s
bo badly that I could scarcely drag myself
around. When I commenced with Athlo
phoros my logs wero so stilf that I could
scarcely got up tho steps to my office. R.it
i am not troubled tlint way now, and tlio
joint of my legs aro as freo as thpy ever
were. I had tried so many remedies beforo
tln.t, I had no faith in Athlophoros when I
began with it, but 1 changed my mind after
I had.takeu a few, doses and found relief.
All I used was ouo bottle. It is tho grand
est medicine over heard of for rheumatism.
My wifo has also used Athlophoros with
bucccss equal to mino."
"During tho years hnvo been In busi
ness," ways O. K. Givins, a druggist at
Stuart, Mr. Griffin's home, "I havo sold
nnuv different k nds of nronriotnry medi
cines but nono that lias given such univer
sal satisfaction ns Athlophoros has for
rheumatism. I always feel whon I hnnd
out a bottlo of that uiedicino to a custom
er that I am giving him tlio full valuo of his
money. Since I have soon its wonderful
effects among my custoinars Igludly recoin-
mond it in every instance jorriiouiuaiiBin.
If vou cannot get Atiii.oi'IIouos of your
druggist, wo will send it express paid, on re
ceipt of regulur price ono dollar per bottlo.
We prefer that you buy it from your drug
gist, but if he hasn't it, do not bo porsunded
to try something else, but order at onco
from us, as dirocted. ATiiLOiuionoa Co.,
Wall Street, New York.
Thero aro over 18,000 young women at
tending collego this year.
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Jones calls his dog Hickory, because ho
bus a rough bark.
"I WISH I could find fornettilng tnst wonld
cure gull. nd pretcnt the hair romlnc In white.
In an vxnrrrflnn frequently heard, teterliiarr
rnrkollinhe will always do it. Sold bj Urug
glitu at 50 cents uud Sl.UO.
Tho earliest and the longest has still tho
mastery over us. George Kliot.
Hunt's Remedy is the moBt effective
medicine I ever used in my practico for 1
dropsy nnd kidney disease. It bus nlmost
mined the dead. L. A. l'ALMHK, ,M. D.,
A forco that fights succesfully against
.seube. A host in itself, is Hunt's Remedy.
Thcro is nothing in existence that will
"qunl Salvation Oil in curing pains in the
joints nnd muscles, or spinal affections.
Prico 25 cents.
Hlsmnrk's income tax is $1,500, while
that of Herr von Hauscmnn, is ? 10,000.
If you experience a bad tnsto in tho
mouth, snllowness or yellow color of skin,
feel stupid nnd drowsy, nppctito unsteady,
frequent hendncho or dizziness, you are
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liver to action and strengthen up your sys
tern like Dr. Pierce's "Golden Medical Dis
covery." Hy driugists.
A duck of a man makes a goose of a hus
band. For-Vouim People.
The oldest nnd every way the best young
people's pnper in the country is tho Yonii s
Companion, ot Hoston, a weekly pnper,
published in quarto form, and finely illus
trated. It grows fresher as its years in
crease, nnd has been familiar to us torn
generation. Wo know a pair of bright eyes
that simp every week at sight of it. Tlio
publishers will t.end vou sample copies, or
will send you the paper every week to .1 mi
liary, 1887, it you scud tlio subscription
jii ice, 1.75, now.
Hilliards must bo nn easy game, for it's
mostly dono on cushions.
everywhere nro refusing to tnko white,
lardy-looking butter except at "grease''
prices. Consumers want nothing hut gilt
edged lmttor, nnd buyers thoioforc recom
mend their patrons to keep a uniform color
throughout theyear by using the Improved
Hutter Color made by Wells, Richnrdson iV.
Co., Hurlington, Vt. It is the only color
that can bo relied on to never injure tho
buttor, nnd to always give tlio perfect color.
Sold by druggists and merchants.
Tho King of Dahomey has 11,500 wives.
Tho missionaries niv after him.
For cuts from barbed wire fence, sore shoulders,
kicks and open sorts on animals, use Stewart's
Healing Powder, IS and SO cts. a box.
Lord Salisbury, tho British premier,
dresses very plainly and neatly.
Mulforil Shuck li Invaluable! for soups, hashes,
Ac. lilcnds admirably with all craUca.
Gov. Hill used to bo frail and sickly when
a boy. Ho has entirely recovered.
"Isn't that Mrs. Holmes? I thought the
doctors gave her up. She looks well now."
"Sho is well. After tho docturs gave up
her enso sho tried Dr. Pierce's 'Fnvorito
Prescription' nnd began to get better right
away. I heard her say not long ngo, that
sho hadn't felt so well for twenty years.
Sho does her own work nnd says that liTo
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aid of alcoholic poison cures every phaso
aud consequence of indigestion, restores tho
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tho liver, unit imparts to tho constitution
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"ItoitRh on Itch" cures skin humor, eruptions,
rJnir worm, tetter, suit rheum, frui.ed (eel, dill
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PIso's Remedy for Cntarrh ts agrccablo to use. It
Is not a llauld or a kiiuIT. Sue.
Paul du Cliuillu is going to travel in tho
Dark Continent again.
Pr.EVEVT crooked liootR nnd .blistered heels ')y
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"Hough on l!atsclears out fiats, Jtlso. 15c.
' llbcyli cn Coins" hard or f oft corns, bunions, lie
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Tlio Sultan passes much of his limo nt
Your medicine Athlophoros, litis dono
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I can recommend it highly to thoso suffer
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Catarrh Is an exceedingly disagreeable disease, Its
varied symptoms dlschargo at the nose, bad breath,
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ringing noises In the can. Arc. being not only trou.
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sufferers from catarrh havo been cured.
"laulfercd three years from catarrh, and my gen
eral health was poor In consequence. When I took
Hood's Sarsaparlllu I found I had tlio right remedy.
Tho catarrh Is yielding, as Hood's Barsaparllla Is
cleansing my blood, and tlio general tone of my sys
tem Is Improving. " Fbakk 'Wabuuuuk, Rochester,
"I suffered with catarrh fifteen years! tried all the
catarrh remedies without benefit, aud was about lo
try a change of cllmato when I took Hoood's Barsa
parllla. I would not take any money consideration
for tlio good one bottlo did me. Now I am not trou
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H. H. 0 AUTF.N. D.S XI U.-Dlieases of the Kye. Far, Throat, and Nasal Cavities.
J. ii ItEKl), M. I). Diseases of Women and of the Nervous System.
j. VANCE 11FUIITOL, M.D.-Dfseasei of tha Chest. Bkjn, and Uealto-Orlnary Orrsns. and rhystolaa la
Address: Lincoln Medical Inetitnto and Water Cure, S. W. Cor
13th and K Sts., Lincoln, Nob.
y TAKE X? O.
If you wish to bo relieved of. thoso terrible Slcll
Iloadnchesi nnd that miserable Sour Stom
ncli. It Trill, when taken according to dlrco
tlons, curo nnjr enso of Sick Ilcndncln
or Sour Stomach. It clean tlio lining ol
itomncli and bowels, promotes liealtlij
action and mvoot accretions. H makos pur
lilooil nnd gives It freo How, tlun rcihIiiij
nutriment lo rvery Jart. It is the ul'r(,
MircillCNt nnd unrest Vrcotntilo Itemed?
ever Invented for all diseases of tho ntouiucli
J. M, Moore, of Farmlncton. Mich., unrs! Mj
minierlnji from Melt Hendnclio and Soiu
Stomach wa tcrrlblo. Ono bottle ot Ho
and Mult Hitters cured mo.
Do not rat Ilnpsi and .Unit Bitters con
founded villi Inferior preparations of 6imllal
caino. For b.i!o by nil druggists.
GOODMAN DRUG GO,, Wholesali
URE Biliousness, Sick Hoadacho In Four Hours.
unu uuu iciiuius neuralgia, mcv curo anc
nrrv.nl PMIIo j r.... c.,..ci....l...i n..
Breath. Clear tho Skin. Tono the Nerves, and glvi
Life and Vigor to the system. Dosei on v. 11 i:an,
Try them onco and you Mill ncr bo without them.
Price, 25 cents per bottlo. Sold by Druoqlsts an
Hedlclno Dealers generally. Sent on receipt of prlci
In stamps, postpaid, to any address,
J. F. SJIITU & CO.,
Manufacturers and Sole Props., ST. LOUIS. M0.
B. H. DOUGLASS & SONS'
Capsicum L'oiih IBrops
for OouRhs, Colds and Soro Throats, nn
Alleviator of Consumption, nnd of proa t
bonollt in most cason of Dyspopsla.
(BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.)
They are the roault of over forty ypira' expertenoo
In compounding COUOIl IlEMBDIKd.
Jtctull price 15 cent per quarter. puuud.
voit 8 alu iiy Ai.i, im:ali:un.
Iteneinblei. lino lelltllerl for HOOFS. OUT
SI OK WALLS, nnd INS! OK In ilueo of
l'hiHti-r. Very Htronc nnd (lurulile. CAU
I'KT.Sand Ktl(iS til'Niiinn iiiuteriitl. Catulouuu
v.ltli tcstltuoiihils mid siuuplcs, 1'ree.
W. 11. FAY .V CO., Cliimlon, N..T.
R. U. AWARE
Lorillard'a Climax Plug
SrArinr a ml ttn toy; that Lorlllardl
Haiml.enrflnecuti that lorillard'a
KTf C'llpplnca. aud that Ixirlllard's Huals, sn
ui best aud oheupost, quality eousidersd t
JJ" 3Ft T72 3D !
TUT. IIOIIflKIIOf.I) IMEMi:ii for n S cent stamp.
Till-: IIOlJMiMOI.ll l!H KII'T IIOOIv for n Sc. stamp.
Till! IIDI'SI.HOI.IHIAMK HDOICfor two'Jc stanip.
Hcml to 1), l.oiiinoi- & Co.,X! l rimkllii St., llostun.
CHHIST.MAK r.VF. la Pfll YflPTinflN
thn tlmo for fun with tho I ULIUI I lUUfl.
MhrIo Ijinti'rns mo outdone. Fivo circulars.
MUUHAY HILL CO., UO IjiU Stub tit., New York.
(rairiWTTrTf 'i'iirrTrTmrr i Maaa,
ZUtrn to Tour Wife,
Tho Manchester OiTAttDiAN, Juno 8th, ISSf
!iivp: At otio of tlio
I.ooklni; on tlio wootllnntl wnys! With
rltimps ol rliotloiiondronisntnlgroat mnHaen
of Mi.iy blossoniB!!! "Thuro wivh iiiiintercHt.
It included ono who lutd been n "CottoD
spinner," but was now so
That lie could only bear to lie lu a reclin
This refers lo my ense.
I wiih first Attacked twelvo yciiM nj;o
nith "Locomolcr Ataxy"
I A paralytic disease of nerve fibre rarely ever cured)
and was for sovoml yeum barely able togoS
And for tlio lust I-'ivo years not able to
attend to my biisincafi, although
Mnnv Ihinira hnvo been ilnne for me.
Tlio Inst experiment lielinr Nerve strotchlns.
Two jours I was voted Into tlio
Home for Incurnbler! Kear Manrboster,
in May, ISSi!.
1 am no "Advocato"; "Kor anything in
the shape of patent" Medicines?
And inado many objections to my dear
wifo'rt constant urging to try Hop liittew,
but llnally to pacify her
Con? filled 1
1 hud not qulto llnlhetl the first hot tl a when
I foil a elintmo ccini' over mo. This wn Hat
ilidiiy, Novt'iiibcr:M. On Sunday iiiornlinr I
I felt mi strong I slid to my room compan
ion". "I wiia suro 1 could
Po started neross tho floor nnd buck.
1 hardly know how tocontiln mynolf. I wim
nllovertlio houo. I iimniiliilnirstreiiKtli eaca
day. nnd eim walk qulto sate without any
1 nin now nt my own house, nnd hope sooi
to bo nhlo to t-iii-n my own llvlmj niiln. 1
hnvo boon a momberof tho Maiichuator
Kor nearly thirty yenr.. nml wim most lien
lly coiiKiTiiulutcd on koIiik into tlio roomoo
Thurpilny Inat, Very irrniofully yotiri).
MANCHESTnit (Kiijr.) Deo.l. issii.
Two years later am perfectly woll.
l'roseeute tlio Sirlmller ' !
If when you call for Hop lllltcra the drtiKRlst handt
out anything hut "Hoi' IIittkhs" with a sreen cluster
of Hops on white label, shun that drulvt as you
would n vipers and If hu h it taken your mouev for a
boKUsstulT, Indict him for the fr.iuil and sue bi n foi
ilamagp4 for the swindle, and we will reward you lib
craliy for tho convlcilon,
Seo V. 8. Court lnjuncllnn against C. I). Warner.
Heading. Mich., nnd nil Ids salesmen, agents, drug
gists, nnd other Imitators.
tC I DNEY DISEASES
LIVER COMPLAINTS, o
Ilecauto It arts on the Limit, ltlMYCLS and
KIDNKVS at tho aame time.
Because It eleansen the system of the poison
ous humors that dovclopo In Kidney and Uri
nary Diseases, Biliousness, Jaundice, Constipa
tion, Tiles, or in Ilncumatlsm, Kcuralela, Ner
voua Slsordere and all Femalo Complaints.
UrSOUl) l'KOOF OF TIUS.
rr will BtniELY crrua
By causing FREE ACTION of all the ergons
and functlous, thereby
CLEANSING tho BLOOD
roetorinc the normal power to throw off disease.
THOUSANDS OF CASC8
of the worst forma of thrso terrible disease
havo boon quickly rellovod, and In a short tlmo
mice, ft. i.iqvin ou nur, wii.ii nv unrccisTS.
Drv can be sout br inall.
WELL3, IIICUAB,D301I ti Co., Eurllneton, Vt.
S4u4 bUmp for lUsry Aliiunie WT lss-l.
This Is what Xitereata
you nil. Tlio crlebrated
Lataeu Collar, made fnmi
our LATAOO Oil Tanned
Leather WanantiHl not
to ti't hanl or crack, Yen
can wash them when dirty
and tney will keep wit and
Ask your d ralera for them
Use them aud jou nl!l have
LLN COJLN TANNING CO..
IF ED GE 'S
Used by the best manufacturers
and mechanics in the world.
A llainllu Oman & riauouo.,
At the New Orhans I-Wposl.
Hon, joints made with It en
ilured a testhiK strain of over
TO A KQIMKK INCH.
ProrwuTUvtl $tnmqtt tlua Krioirn,
TWO GOLD MEDALS.
LttmLm. 1K&L Ji Ortmn. 1SS.V 1
If vniirstcHlwr stnxfl tint Vntn t t
kbiuI lilt rnnl nnrl I Op. notttift for niinnlec m. KHER.
RUSSIA CK31KNT CO., (Jlouccil ?r, llwi.
THE BE S
Of nil thn MncrazInGS.
Illustrated with Original Steel linaraxh.
ing$t rhototiruvurem nnd Oil Picture.
Kcb copy of "Drraorest's Mnmlily llafailna'' ton.
atns A Coupon Order. eiilltllnK the bolder ! the stlectloa
of any pattern Illustrated In the fashion department la
that number, in any of the slits mauufw-tured.
Bend twenty cents for the current numbrr with Pattert
Coupon and you will certainly subscribe Two Ilollsrs foi
a year and get ten limes Its value. ol. K, l.l
W, Jennings Demorett. Publiiher, 17 E. Uth St., New York
Xa3.stcvxa.tl3r Oixrocl. 1
Dr.IInlnea' OOIiDCN 8l,IJOII'ICs"iianrlWi
ilestroyaall appetite for alcobpllo Ihiuora. It can
be meereltu adiulnlslered In coffee, tea, or an
article of food, even In liquor Itself, with nerera
falling results. Thousands of the worst drunk
ards hava been cured, who to-day believe they quit
drlnUlncof thelrownfreewlll. ICndorred by every
body who knuws of Its virtues but saloon-keepers.
Uend for pamphlet contalnlnc hundreds of testi
monials from tho best women and men from all
parts ot the country. Address In confidence,
QOLDEH BPE0IFI0 CO., 187 Baco St, Ciaclamtl. 0.
Thn Oldest Medicine tlio World ipv
Is probably Lr. uaie 1 uoinpsou s
This article ts a carefully prepared phystetan'i pre
icrlptlon. and has been In eonslant use for nearly a
ceulury, and notwithstanding the many oilier preuai
stluns lliat have been Iniroduotn Into Hie market
the isle of this article Is conitsntly Increas n. If
Hie directions are followed ll will never fall. We
parllculsrlr Invite Ihestteailon of physicians in Its
merits. Jou L. Tuoarsox, Sottt Co., Troy, Jf.
ours out ui rans.iara ornujcioio.
fiunts ox pltrns.
I Kseu susap
siacuinb or 11,
No raaV rooatrast.
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KSKPKR eaVrssomtluIng wouderlulin rrsmlams.
tnd jour naBi and address on a iwsul card fcr saaapU
copy and you will U d.luhled. lmtlon t.ils papar au4
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