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"ONE BY ONE."
A DIREFUL AVALANCHE IX EVERY
Anil Thouaniitla nf reoplc Crushed by
1U lMlilcni I'owcr.
1 Var tip the diizy Alpine licishta, nbove
the line ot pcrpetunl frost, where the bril
liant tl'itter ol the hiiow under the middny
sun seems only to intensify the cold, the
Ice King would Bccm to hold undisputed
array. Hut even here there is at times a
little hnmidifj in the atmosphere ol the
more sheltered nooks.
Tho dry snow softens a little, llio wind
catches it up nnd tosses it about, and the
star-like flakes are rolled itito a tiny ball
thnt the footsteps of a child might easily
crush. Then comes the rude blnstn from
the mountain top and drives the ball up
and down the high valley uud across the
vast trackless fields of snow and ice. It
gathers sire and strength at every turn;
huge rocky boulders and mountains of ice
are imbedded in tho now slowly moving
avalanche, which soonor or later descend
with frightful velocity to tho valley below.
The luckless village in its pathway is
dooincdl The air is thick with the falling
Btiowl An awful rush! A roar reverberates
through the mountains, and the little
Swiss hamlet is swept away!
The foregoing is so applicable that wer
tiso it as an illustration. As the wind
catches up the snow particles on the
mountain tops so tho heart catches up the
blood ns it pannes from tho kidneys and
other organs, and sends it coursing through
the system. Ah it rushes along it drops
the uric ncid that the unhealthy kidney
have left in the blood in the form of in-'
soluble crystals, causing enlargement ol
the joints and intense inflammation in the
Bystem which is often called acute rheu
matism. Eventually the joints enlarged
by these crystals become stiff and painful.
If these crystals are dropped in the liver
they nrc called gallstones, if in the Kidneys
gravel, if in the bladder calculus or stone.
If this uric acid or kidney poison re
mains in solution in the blood it circulates
throughout tho system, causing irritation,!
which produces, according to the location
of tho irritation, pneumonia, consumption,
hacking cough, heart disease, iuflamma'
tions and fevers, skin disorders, paralysis,
npoplexy, and makes tho system suscep
tible to colds, chills, nnd all the other com
mon disorders ot which uric ncid is the
The little child upon the mountain top
ran crush in its tiny hand tho first forma
tion of the rushing avalanche.
So, too, tho calamitous results noted can
be as readily prevented if the right means
are Used at the right time.
"Hut how?" our readers may ask.
Listen and wo will tell you. It is a fact
of medical science that tha kidneys are the
chief blood purifiers of the system; t!iP'
chief blood poisoner is uric acid which the
kidneys alone can expel. If the thousand
little hail-like hewer tubes of the kidneys,
through which the entire blood supply
passes the samo ns through the heart, are
diseased they cannot separate and expel
this poisonous waste matter from the
Now, ns another mattcrof scientific fact,
disease of these little sewer tubes is more
common than of any other delicate part
of the body, n iid it is because Warner's
safe cure, gentlo and natural in its action,
has such wondeiful power in preventing
and curing disease of tlieso all-important
tubes, that it is recognized as a great bci
cntilic specific ii power possessed by no
other such remedy on earth. When tho
kidneys, the only blood purifying organs,
become inactive aul diseased, any disorder"
to which Hie system is most liable may bo'
Then it is that trouble begins, and tho
doctors fail miserably becausa they can
only treat I ho effects the cause is beyond
their power! Hence it is that tho proprie
tors of Warner's cafe cure claim to cure so
many apparently different diseases it and
it alone roaches mid elites the cause, and
then, of course, the effects disappear!
We incline to the belief that their theory'
is correct and so recognized by sclentiata'
who have given the subject much Btudy.
This frightful disorder is depopulating
our homes faxter than wo are aware of.j
Like the avalanclie of tho mountain, it is
causing the death of all with whom it
comes in contact. It doei not sweep away
an entire village or hamlet at once, but
one by one tlin people sncc.imb to its piti-'
less power. Tho final, or terminating,
cause may be given another nanio and b$
bo treated by various "exports," but the
caube of all these effects, how many soever
they may be, is tho same, and for that
cause there is but ono rational form of
If you do not crush the avnlanche ns it
is forming, in the manner indicated, it will
certainly crush you'.
Take your choice!
The serret of happiness is never to allow
your energetic to staguato.
Hue It Ache ftired liy Carter'
fimnrt Weed and lielladoua Back Ache
F. II. Abbott, of Buffalo, is $11,000
elioit in his accounts and is iu Moutieal.
Chronic t'ouclift mid Cold.
And nil diseasts of the Throat and Lungs,
can lie cured by the use of Scott's Kmuu
bion, as it contains the healing virtues of
Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites iu their
fullest form. Is a beautiful creamy Kmul
eion, palu table an milk, easily digested,
nnd can be taken by the most delicate.
1'lease read: "I consider Scott's Emulsion
the remedy par-excellence in Tuberculous
and Strumous Affections, to say nothing of
ordinary colds and throat troubles." W.
II. S. CQNNB1.L, M. P., Mam-heater, 0.
Senator Miernmii denies that his visit to
I lorirta possesses any politicaUigulficance.
TLe beat rouifli medicine It I'laa'a n. fnr Con.
luinpiloo. BolJ everywhere! Cure ,or C0D
He that hath 110 bridle a his tongue
hath 110 grace in hia heart. St. Jerome.
riucuLV Ami IIitteks is an unfailing cure
for all dioeascs originating in biliary de
rangement cauaed by the malaria of mias
matic couutrim. No other medicine now
on sale will to effectually remove the dis
tuibing elements, and at the tamo time
tone nil the bit in. It is sure and safe iu
Who iu dumb? He who does not know
how to say kiud thiugs at the right time. ,
HERE AND THERE.
"The Nice Earthquake" U a heading In at
A quarter to 3 l the Dopulnr thee, for binch
cons iu LjihIoii now.
On an average, of thirty thousand books 0
year are now published.
A Stockton, Cal., bootblack carries a boi
that Is covered with silver-plate.
According to statistic there arc one thou
sand "bucket-shops" Iu this country.
New York bankers are said to be holding
SOO.OJO trade dollars for speculative purposes.
Uurrel Clakclv was arrested at Houston,
Tex., Wednesday for a murder committed iu
A school for the prisoners has been etab
lished in the state prison at Guanajuato,
A 41-tenr old colored woman In Greene
county, Georgia, Is the mother of fourtceu
The latest gustatory achievement In Wash
ington is a conjunction of steamed oysters
Arbor day was celebrated at M'.nt.somerv,
Ala., Wednesday, for the tlrst time Iu the his
tory of the cltv.
A Nashville youiitr man nlncc Dec 1 lSC
has cleared ovcr?G0,00J In real estate specula
tions In that city.
A bear was found with nls tongue frozen tc
a monkey-wrench near Durfce's Mill, Mou
tana, one day recently.
The now ladles' club at Boston Is called the
"Monograph," and Its chief Intellectual diet
will be modern history.
The eldest man In the Yale freshman class
Is 30 years and 2 months old and the )otiug
est 15 years and 10 mouths.
A scheme Is said to be ou foot to establish a
daily newspaper at Ueuo, Nev. It Is to be
started with $100,000 capital.
A clgarctte-snioklnsr match took place In
Brooklyn, X. Y., a few days ago: One of the
contestants smoked fifty cigarctts In oik
hour; another, forty-five.
In Wolf Pit township, N.C., tho other day,
a woman, angry at her husband, threw a po
ker at him as he sat In a chair with their baby
in his arms, and it lilt the little one on the
head, killing it instantly.
A bill before the New York assembly places
keg-drainers (individuals who go about
erupting what Is left In the barrels and kegs
outside of saloons) iu the tramp list, aud
punishes them accordingly.
The following Interesting paracr.iph win
found In a notebook of a recently deceased
operatic manager: "In all my fort.v years' ex
perience I never knew a prima donna to be
sick or have a cold oil the day she was to have
The first cigar made Iu Connecticut was put
up in lblii. At that time " cents p-r thous
and was the price paid for their m:i..i.".:i-'iire.
They were rudely rolled by tlic women 011 this
farms aud was usually exchanged for grocer
ies a the country store.
N. O. Shelnult, of Jackson eotintv, Georgia,
who has been twice hanged and rescued, and
who ought to know about It, sivs that It is a
great mistake to think that death by hanging
Is painful. "There Is no p.du about It," he
says, "aud a man can die mighty easy."
J. II. Neely, one of tho most prominent cit
izens of Columbia, S. C, Is on trial for coin
mittlni; an assault 011 the o-year-old daughter
of G. li. Mosley, The citizens are highly ex
cised over the alTair ami threaten to lynch
Neely should he be acquitted by the jury.
Lancaster, I'.i., lost two of Its oldest Inhabi
tants last week. Ono, Mbs Charlotte Iirun
gard, had made dresses for several generations
of Lancaster women, and was SU vcars 0I1L
The other, Mis I.evan, was over 10J years old,
and was said to be the oldest person In the
In order to obtain a larger vertical angle of
illumination from the are electric lights used
lor llght-hous'! purposes Sir James Doiulass
has Introduced a fluted carbon. This prevents
the formation of a crater, and therefore gives
.1 steadier aud mure uniformly distributed
The records of the treasury department show
that eleven persons on its payroll have died
since January of this year, a greater number
than for a like period of any previous year.
It is claimed that huveral of these deaths re
sulted from the bad sanitary couditiou of the
Wlllard's remarkable picture of "Jim Hind
Eoe," that was once exhibited In the Acad-mv
of Design, la now among the art treasures of
Col. John Hay, who wrote tho poem that In
spired the artist. Col. Hay has given Mr.
Willard permission to duplleatu tha picture
for Mr. William Walter I'lHps.
Tho Inhabitants of FIshklll-on tho Hudson,
N. Y., aiegreatlv alarmed over the ten .hie
ravages of diphtheria, now epidemic there.
So res of children have died during the pa-t
few davs, and there seems to bo no signs ol
any immediate disappearance of the disease.
Many families are selling their property and
A New York steam comnanv furnishes steam
power through pipes to 435 engines from a
large steam station ou Greenwich street.
The conductors or pipes used for conveying
the steam are of very largo dimensions. Tho
steam when delivered to the engine is wet,
aud the pressure Is about eighty or possibly
The use ot "pef names Is said to bo tho
cause of much trouble In Loudon. Several
ladles of position have been married recently
under sobriquets that do not bear tue slight
est resemblance to their baptismal names.
And, more curiously, people attempt to Ignore
or vary the designations of their ancestors
who bore Christian names that arc uot consid
ered fashionable now.
Sixty-year old Herbert Anthony, of Heading.
Pa., has a pet terrapin that has a decided
love for music. At the sound of any music It
waddles toward tho source, sticking Its head
aud neck out of Jtsshol just as far as possible.
It has Its own particular corner of tho kitchen
and insists upou staylug there. It drinks 11
little water every other day, aud eats a little
raw beef every third day.
Plans are being considered to enlarge tha
Brooklyn tabernacle, which now scats 2,fS(J.
One plan Is to put In a second gallery and tc
elevate the organ and put seats under It. An
other is to buy adjoining property and Increase
the size of the building ou the east side. Thil
would destroy its symmetry and, It is feared,
would efli'ct its acoustic properties. There
are now 3,700 members of the church.
A gambling fever has struck the stcdenti
at Yale college. There are two or three
students' rooms 111 which there are regulai
fro layouts, and much money has been losi
and kju ou the gatiut. i'oker Is tie favuriti.
and one or two parties played all Saturdai
aftsruoou and night and until time for chaim
Sunday. Ia one of these gsm4 one student
lost (133. There bare becu several Jargi
$10,000 were spent in eighteen years by
Trot. C. A. Donaldson, of Louisville, Ky.,
iu trying to get rid of hia rheumatism, but
he found no relief until at last he used SU
Jacobs Oil, which speedily cured him.
The Illinois Soldiers' nnd Sailors' Home
is leady for occupancy.
The Duke of Kdiubiirgh, her Majesty's
second son, is the meanest one of the lot.
The mother ot Gen. Lew Wnllace is very
proud of her talented sou.
The most severe cough ran tit once be re
moved by 1'ed Star Cough Cure. "Give it
to your children by till means," snys Prof.
Wilbnnis, ox State Chemist of Delaware,
who found it wonderfully clllcacious. Price,
only twenty-f'ne cents a bottle.
Aiintvf rHi-y K.xerrlaea.
The recent twenty-seventh anniversary
exercises of the Hahnemann Medicnl College
and Hospital uf Chicago, commenced with
the brilliant reception given by I'rof. B.
Ludlnin at his elegant residence 011 Michi
gan avenue. The reception was a triumph
both as a social andlraternnl event. Phy
sicians from all parts ot tho United States
and several from foreign countries were
On tho dny following, tho alumni of tho
college, now numbering sixteen hundred,
held their regular annual meeting for tho
transaction ot business and election ot oil!
cers. Many venerable and eminent men
were present, and tho meeting was of great
The following officers were unanimously
elected for tho ensuing year: 0. M. Dins
moor, M. D., Omaha, Neb., president; V.
II. Foster, M. D., Chicago, first vice presi
dent; C. G. Iligbee. M. D., St. Paul, Minn.,
second vice president; Prof. A. K. Craw
ford, M. D., Chicago, secretary; J. 1. Cobb.
M. D., Chicago, treasurer; Prof. G. F.
Shears, M. D., Chicago. K. L. Crolts. M. D.,
Chicago, C. L. Misick, M D., cxeeutivecom
mittee; Prof. K. S. Bailey, M. D., Chicago,
In tho afternoon of the snme day, the
regular commencement exercises were held
at the Grand opera, house; eighty nine stu
dents were graduated. Tho Kev. Dr. Mc
l'hearson, ot Chicngo, delivered a very able
In the evening a brilliant banquet wns
given to the professois and graduating
class by the nlumui at the Lclaud hotel.
Why take those immense doses ot nnu
seating mixtures sold as "Cough Syrups
wnen a lew small (loses 01 ur. lit.ll s uougli
Syrup will euro your cold.
Charleton II. Way, of Georgia, wns ap
pointed consul-general at St. Petersburg.
A liartje Irlzo Won by n Norfolk Club.
Norfolk (Vs.) Vlrslnlin. Jan. a)
Learning that one-tenth of ticket
No. 5)1,900, which drew tho capital
prize of $ls0,000 in tho drawing of
The Louisiana State Lottery on the
11th inst., had been collected "through
the Marine Hank, a reporter of The
Virginian determined to iind out
whom fickle fortune had so favored,
and soon discovered that Cant. J.
Cain, of tho steamer "Donito, was
one of a party to whom the ticket be
longed. Captain Cain was sought,
but as his steamer was in North Caro
lina, lie could not be seen until last
night at 5 o'clock, when his boat ar
rived. At that hour the reporter
went to the wharf and asked for Cap
tain Cain, and was directed to the
boat, where he was found leaning out
of his pilot house window directing the
landing of his cargo, rponaskingafew
questions, it was learned that Captain
Cain is one of thirty residents of our
city, who for about two years have
contributed monthly one dollar each
to a club for the purpose- of buying
tickets in The Louisiana State
Lottery, and during this period
several prizes have been won,
but none over $200, which
amount has been drawn by them
three or four times. Just before the
drawing of the 11th inst. the club
bought tickets, and among them was
tho tenth-ticket numbered Ol.HiO,
and on examining the official list
of numbers drawn, the club discovered
that they were the fortunate winner
of $1 5,000. They deposited the ticket
in the Marine bank for collection, and
on Thursday received their money.
Captain Cain said tho club would con
tinuo to purchase tickets monthly, at
before. Congratulating the Captain
on his fortune, and thanking him for
his information, thereporter bado linn
Mrs. Lucy Parsons, anurchmt, wns placed
in jail nt Columbus, 0.
The. Old mid the New.
Tho old style pills! Who does nijt know
What agony they caused what woo?
You walked tho floor, you groaned, you
And felt such awful pains inside,
And the next dny you felt so weak
You didnt wnnt to move or speak.
Now Pierce's "Pellets" are so mild
They tiro not dreaded by a child.
They do their work in painless way,
And lenvo no weakness for next day,
Thus proving what is oft contest
That gentle melius aro always best.
An American hospital will bo built a
Teheran under tho Presbyterian board ot
The Ifnddr Itlver.
ot life is the blood. From it the system ro
celves all its material of growth and re
pair. It bathes every tissue of the body.
How necessary, then, thatthe blood should
bo kept pure and rich. Dr. Pierce's "Oold
en Medical Discovery" is the great blood
food and blood purifier. His a sovereign
remedy tor all diseases due to Impover
ished blood, consumption, bronchitis, wenk
lungs, scrofula, influenza, and kindred dis
eases. Tho Massachusetts houso voted ngalnst
Delicate diseases in either sex,
however Induced, speedily cured. Book 10
cents iu stamps. Address in confidence,
World's uispensary .Medical Association,
003 Main street, Buffalo, N. Y.
Denver is the highest ol the state capi
tals, being G.17G feet above the sea level
ITton Usby was sick, w gy her CutorU,
Wkeu sh wu a. Child, she cried for (.'a tori,
When ih became UUi, sh clone to CutorU,
Yfhta sli had Children, she gar Uuia Costoria,
I believe that tlje first test ot a truly
great man is his humanity. Victor Hugo,
Rluny I'ornik ofNervoti Debility
In men yield to Cahtkh'h Ikon Pilij.
Christine Nilis 011 was married at Parli
to Count Miranda and will retire froju thi
The president ot nn institution caring for
72 boys and GS girls, weighed nnd meas
ured them all during a period of three
years, and discovered that the increase in
weight and height of tho human body dur
ing the years ot growth does not progress
evenly throughout the year. In tho au
tumn and early winter a child Increases in
weight while the height remains stationary.
In tho early summer, 011 the contrary, the
weight chances but little, while the height
increases. Dr. Foote's Health Monthly.
Bodily pains and accidents will occur not
only "in the best regulated families" but
everywhere and nt nil times. Therefore
keep Salvation Oil convenient. Price, 2ric.
Cnptain James 11. Ends died at Nassau,
N. H , of pneumonia.
If you once try Carter's Little Liver Pills
for sick headache, biliousness or constipa
tion you will never be w ithout them. They
are purely vegetable. Small and easy to
take. All druggists sell them.
Indians murdered a ranchman named
Heaves iu the Superstition mountains, Arizona.
Aro You linking floury .
There is no reason why you should not
make large sums ot money it you are ublo
to work. All you need is the right kind ot
employment or business. Write to Hal
lett it Co., Portland, Maine, and they will
send you Iree, full information about work
that you can do and live at home, wher
ever you aro located, earning thereby
from $5 to $2" per day, and upwards.
Cnpitnl not required; you lire started free.
Either sex; all ages. Better not delay.
Samuel P. Bcsso was hanged at Ply
mouth, Mass., tor murder.
"Buown's Bitoxt'iiui, Titocims" nre ex
cellent lor the telict of Hoarseness or Sore
Throaty They are exceedingly effective.
"God will only punish men for wicked
ness and not for holding opinions."
A bright eye, clear skin, glowing fentures,
animated expression, and a quick, firm
step. These nre all secured by tming Dr.
Hurler's Iron Tonic.
In tho clear mind ot virtue, treason can
find no hiding-place. Sir Philip Sidney.
Vor Good I'nrpoc.
Mrs. M. A. Dauphin, ot Philadelphia, in
well known to the ladles ol that city from
the great good she has done by means ol
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
She writes Mrs. l'inkham of a recent Inter
esting case. "A young married lady came
to me suttering with a sevens enso of Prolap
sus and Ulceration. She commenced taking
tho Compound and in two months was
rui.i.v iti:sTOiti:u. Iu proof of this she soon
found herself in 1111 interesting condition.
Influenced by foolish friends she attempted
to evade tho responsibilities ot mat uri ty. Af
ter ton or twelvodays Bhe camo to meagaln
and she was indeed in n most alarming stato
and sulfered terribly. I gave her a table-
ponutul ot the compound every hour foi
eight hours until alio fell asleep; she awoko
much relieved and evidently better. Shecon
tinned taking the Compound, and in d lie sea
sonshe became tho mother of a (ino healthy
boy. But for the timely uso of tho medicine
she believes her lile would hnvo been lost."
Your Druggist has the Compound. $1 per botllo
IT IS A PURELY VEGETADLE PREPARATION
c-wte mi 7DDcrifliEs
AJiO OIHf it ctaiAiur uncitwT rimcoies
I Tt hut ntnnd ths Tost nf Yea rs.
iswffl&yM nw TCTTiwrcvn.iinw-
KLS, tc. Itrurifleathe
Blood, Invigorates and
Cleanses tho Syctcm.
disappear atonce under
its beneficial infiuenca.
It is pnrel7 a lileillcine
ns Its eff.tha.rtio DrflDer-
ties forbids its uee as a
beverage. It is pleas
ant to tho taste, and as
er.silv tnkou bv Child-
r6u r.s adult:.
: t,CKLVAS!I BITTERS CO
F.i Ixjui J uuci ICAUbAG Crn
Illgliutl A wards nf .Medal Iu Europe aud
Thr nrttrtt. aulrkrt, ntfii nnl mom powerful
rrmc Jy knows forltliruma Inn. l'lcurUr. N'riiraiirU,
Lumbago. Hue t'ai'liu, Wmlcu!-. culdi In tho elicit
and all aoll and palm l.ndulnr.! hyv, Piiyaii'litDi
and nnixuUt" of tin- hlelirt fl'iiir. Jlrnwn'a I'lar
ten prumpily re llrte and cure wlii-rn o her platlrra
and rrrany nlvr. Ilnllnin' and I01I0.11. are abto
luleiy uielrx, llrware of Imltatlotn undir alinllar
loundlne iiainei, aucli a "Oap-diMwi." ' C'apiioln."
"Uapli-lnf." llirr arr ut'Frif worllilen aud In
tended to deceive. Ask ron nrx'iN'a ami taxk no
OTiiiita All drur:i.i. EUAULltV & JOHNSON,
IToprletora, New vorlc.
F. A.. T. KIIMA W, Solicit
or ot 1M en.a Waililuftoa,
1). C. Send far Circular.
SB" to SO B day. (ampin worth f I H FTIKK. Line. '
B not under the hnw" feet, wrtta flrewstsr
UlBafaty Rain Holder Co., Holly, Mich. "
Morphine Ilubll Ouredltl la
to::t)d4v. No pur till UurJ.
Its J. braruasia, f.eiuuoo. Unit.
AftCUTC UfAUTCn 't ttie Ntct and tel.
AUCfi tO Y7HE1 I tU Irir book erer .ulilihsl. Kor
teruii tlrcularnaddreai U atiom at. 1'L'h Co. Chicago
H t.d'' lifl.m.r
Why did the Women
of this country use over thirteen million cakes of
Procter & Gamble's Lenox Soap in 18S6?
Buy a cake of Lenox and you will soon understand why.
At Ihli esaaon nairly jtj ore naoda to ana aoicM
Sort of tonic. I KO.N antera Into alraoot rrry phj
aieian'a prmorlptlou for tboaa who naad building op.
f'or Wenkucaa. I.naaltuilr. I. nek of
taersy. nr., It HA Ml liQl'AI., and ia
ths oil It Iron nonllrlna that ia uot luiiirlotia.
It llnrtrhr the lllnoil, lnvlfnmtrs tha
ni, ICrMorra Appelltr, Alila Dictation
It doaa not blacken or injure tha teeth, caunahead
ache or produce rontipatlontArr rm mHtint d
MRS. Mtra .MAXVtr.LP. Nortolk, Neb., eare: Ml
hare uied llrown'a Iron Uittara aa a tonio with moat
Mr. Crua. WAdSKn. Sit Eithth St., Omaha.
Neh..aa;a. " I mod Iinmn'e Iron hitters forCienaral
Debility and it made almost a uaw man of me, 1
cheerfully recommend it,"
Mb. J. F MiciUirtE, Wllaon, Neb., aaya: " 1 hara
Uftd Brown'a Iron Hitters for Cloneral febllity and
gladly recommend it to like lullerera. It haa made
a new malt of me."
Ornnlne haa abore Trade Mark and croaaed red Unas
on wrapper. Tithe nn other. Madoonljbj
II It ON t lir.MIO.VI. CO.. IIAI.T1MOKU, MD.
Leading Nos. : 14,048, 130, 135, 333, 161.
For Salo by nil Stationors.
THE ESTERBROOK STEEL PEN CO.,
Works : Camdcu, N. J. 26 John St., New York.
Tho Original and Only Conulno.
R.ife and always Illlabltn. .Wwarvof ivttrfhle Imlttv
.ton. I Jul I-, nU your ItruveUt for "I'litt'.u'atrr'
EiiXlifth" ami taku no other, ur lnclosu 4c- (stajniw) to
us for partitHilap In .Hlrr Vv i-Hiii-h mull, Nxbk
rii-ER. ciuniKM'Klf 'iii:iici co.,
VSia M ii.lOoii hquitrr, I'hlUiU. Pa.
IkiUI by UriiyclBlA c cry w hrr. Atk for ,'blche
trr'at Knchh' liiin)ruyal I'llli. Tnlip no utlirr
5 Ton Waffun Hcnlra,
Iron I.ctrr, Hittl Herini, ltrui
Txe Btkm ind Bftm flax for
rTfrrllfeNtalr. Ker trrt prlf. Mil
nirntlo. thl ptrrr .nd ..Mm.
JONES OF BINDHAMTON.
IIIM.UA.UTUN. N. V.
Sliyifl AND ORGANS
CM PH R B n) AOoodl'InnoforKlin.SO
(J! 3 "a VzJ? AUood Omanfor till, 00
Write for Cntnloeiie or It) CICNT .Ml'SICJ, con.
talnliiR nauioof WO pieces of lata .ind popular iiiuilu
Add... HUYETT BROS.,
Catt. TeMe9fltf IUlIiihoiii'I.
tfTtio larscst aud oldest Muslu Home on the Mis
tourl Itl er.
ZINC COLLAR PAD.h,VM?.V!a-,
most leiliiiilr and dura
bio l'AI) for Nora
in-ok lio srs or mulrs.
Wcatlier orwrnr lina no
effect on their curallvn
proper! Ie. Our new
loops with trnp.nmka
them kclf adju stlntr.
Wo aollrlt n trial.
For sale liy oil Bartdlery .Inbliera. Ask jour liarneta
makera for tliein. .INC COI.I.AK l'Al CO.,
I'lTltlrat HOOK nvor
Pilnlril. Tlioiisauilx of
tJjSyi J'kts tie Cienp as tr by
KSXZSuSi" , .( li. Kyi (KiO tiAfi. new
torts divided I'UKR fo C'itfomrri. I Klva
nwnv ntnrM than .fltlin flrninat.ll. Kt.fld for HIT
Catulouiio. It. II. rtliitunviir, Koukrorri
k Jn& FARM WAGONS "11 tteflrrtyw
NjM1 c',rnPt Hpreader out, uud tlio
U1.IJ. KIIIU lllllV
fv be uttRChed to old
V99QfMMKff.& wuroiis. All are
CO., columui'h, oiua
Patent a an Sights
maVo IInnllD? and
Send for circulars.
It MILO lt.3iKVlS.NSi
1SM3IUM ATT01LNKT3, CUlCiUO. ILU
TACi:, HANDS, FEET,
(IrSil enil nil tlirlr Imiwrfrctlona. Inrludlnir Fv
ft!air l'lal '"I'"' Hair niul t- alp, t nper
5'vi B flumts lljir, l.irtn Jlnrl., Kolt', Waita,
A i-'V. Holh, 1'inkli'H, Itrd Aciik, Illak
VJ3vfi'fL lleadn. h nr . I'lttlnfr amltliolr tn'almrnt.
(v'.Ti, crHe,iil IV, I .rlmoknfMIiiiiri'a,lthlltlnn.
Ur.J.lt.H.odl.arj.EtK.I'r'nrli I Alliniy,N.Y.,Ut'b'dlI7l).
Wanted In eTtrjr County Fhraxd mm to art un-li-r our
Ins'ructions In nur 5ar rrt Sf rvire. Kipi-rie urr not turn,
aarr, F.nd iamnfnrparMrulrs. OHANNAN DKTKO
TIVE UUItKAl t4Arc.de t ir.ruinatl, O.
IOWA EE EI) 8 are THE BEST.
f ii,.W tmriltn (luMi ami
liluitrtittd IMtiitoour of Uardrn
(Jr.n anil Field benll. I'lanU.
liulbn, Uardrn Tools, New Vai letlrs of rotatoes,eU,.,elc.,
ttaiiad rrte. oenrnl atrrnts ror hirowDrinffa nroau.
cast Bowrr. Addre.a, IOWA Hi:t:i CO., Wool
aala and ltatall Haadmen, Ou lloiaa, Iowa.
Krult", Trees and I'latita for the Northwest. .Home
Grown Healthy, C'll KA I', t'ataloijue and prlre list
i'ltlli:. C. I.. WATltOUH, lies Jlomra, Iowa
Krt-fli, Itellable; Wholesale at
Itetull. Kree by mall at and
Hcta.iierlarKxpack 'lie, Mam
ninlli KohiI lMrioa. OriHAereof
tilasa' lieuutiful Illustrated falalofue VltKE.
II W HUCKiiKt, Hock lord Seed h arm, nocaioru, ill
If you want rrMit
and euro at your
homo, aend for
Ur J. A. Sherman's
circular of Instruction.
mil Uroadwa.Motr Vurka
ISH1HE-OPIUM Ublt I'alnlaaali
Pnlnfured at Home. Treatment
1 aent on trial and NO I'AY asked
nniii nn art, lienefltfrt. Terms Ixjw
matato Xleuacdr -' iJ"yelte, lad.
DRUG CLERKS VttHvn
to Deal born bt.,fhlfi J. Illinois Colleua of rharmuy.
mrm m m m
AWtfi:ii.AT-'.hit, h n r r a n t c U .
-JSiviiUUwiii I'ricfn mulled
TOeK'SHBBlUnBUrKKHIswsrraatadwit'lTre"', wl k"P ''t
tk. hari..t tarn. Tk. roUUKl. HIJCKKII Is a (..rtrrt rtalaf .al
...... is. .nn . B.w.r. el Imll.tl.aa, Nu nlu wlthaat Ua "flak
lllD.lr.Ud C.ul.iae ftta. A. i. Towr, Boit.a, alaaa,
Hare been pnlorcd by tho cltlmia of nrartr
town and etty In the II S , ami Uxxixaodsof peapler
can testify to tho wonderful beailmt power or
Hamlin's Wizard Oil.
It Cures Neuralgia, Teoliac&r,
Hcadacho, Catarrh, Croup. Sate HiroatV
Lnmo Back, Stiff Joints, Sprains, Bmses,
Burns, Wounds, Old Sores arrti
All Aches and Pasns.
The many testimonials rerrlTetl by as nrarwt&ajt
in)TO all no claim for tbla Talmud retmntr. tC
tiot only rcllerea the moil artvra. palax. has.
It Cures You. Thai's tit teal
For sale by all nrnsra-lna. Irlce. J6 mtai per
lx)tlle. Our Pono UouK mltcl err tu cwmtmlj
Address WIZARD OIL C0HPAKT. ClftCASA
THE ONLT IMS-
Will mirttr tb. BLOOO toJafa.
tha LIVEK ann kidnusom
OH of YOUT1L l)nwri,Want
or Ai'iiu. innnv(rar.aj3ini:
tjtrenitin aa4 ins rtwiDacao-
aolulaly eurrcl. nan, nra-
C1M and aial wi meaira rw
ml nnrlin rlniu Amr.
Hnffnrinx fmrai ma-tiit
I.HU'II In dr. BAKnam vf
rONIOn.afBand .roedyenra. tllwualu',lal
Ihxeomplsilon. Frequent ntteraiatrr4t
Innonlyndd to tha rnpulartty ot thai oawhwul D-
notaxpartmant cet mo uuiujjii.w
. n. uiarcDia t tutrrf PIELK
(ton I.lv,r Comraakfcantinaaal
flleadnche. Bampla Dona and Urrm hT!al
mallod on reoctr.t nttwoeantatniucOagw. fl
Address: DR. HARTER. HedlcalCg.,sr.Urff
FRENCH COACH HORSES,
REPUBLICAN VALLEY STOCK ftiM
of the Mlfilci'tp
nl. Over Klirhly
llrml of Tum nrcl audi
llfffh ltrrd and lliirli
uide rrrciipron btni
lions and Mai r on hand
aNo a few recorded lot
ported French Coaclirra.
6av tha i lk and el
ite tine of Ion jf railroad
I r-l r.- .n,l Lhlrinlni
vet)uiirHorteiat noma tfyy
urcllinated ofrelia W
nen, nllh rtablirb f
imtatlon imurreil W
od re mi
ers. Onr Importt'd Hlock all rrL'l-trrrtl m tit TYttsVwv
muu liookNor iram-v nnu America. m ra,nintttait
btock Ilreederi Jut an tepiviteuUd, bnl iir rnlkc
Nuiuter 6 fro. Addievtn,
AVERY & COLEMAN, Props.
Wakefield, Clay Count, Kamu
TO AN V MAN
Womnii or Chiltl
Not a Undid or Fm.IT WAYHFE.VER
A rartlrle la "ppll-d Into eactt mfUl mid Vanor
ahle. Trice 50 ee t at lruttil"" in ntv rnt-li-red,mceiils.
Circulars free. KLY 1IU113. Prv
Klsls, Oweiro. N.
Oucazent (llerchant only) watiled larreTy tows fur
The bi'Ht cvidfiico ol the (xipuLtrity of
your "TitiiHiU'B I'unch" l, tltxt niter tlier
llrt trial, I linvo a lermanent cuntoruer.
I have Hold them for more than ttrroe jrarst
mill tho only lit tilt, Unit my cuHtomem fiutt
with them is that they can't nraoLo auty
other Cc ciptr with HHilafactio) u
ItmiT. H. Cowiiltuv, I'll. OL. aeaco
Address It. W.TANSIU,Jk(X)Anil:a.
WEAK. NERVOUS PEOPLE"
And thrra nSferin? rrcan
nervoua daUUty raauKjaltDjc
curoaio djibmi, picaniuani
lclln of jwnx car old. ara
oualtifety twv4 fey Itr
lloma'a famritu Kutr
Maararlle UHa. TruauaMl
In erery tY,'J;8tat In the Uaij taaa lircn ransd.
Kleetrlrl fvty tnatantly felt PafcmiedaatlauUlU
yean. Wliola family can wear ajutia kU. KWatHa
buspenaorleafrra wiUtinale twlta. aTold wortiWl
Itatlons and bogus rompantea Clerirta Yrnwat taw
Jtuptur. 700 cured ln'H5. Kent Majua. fr suatvtclzl.
OB. W. J. HOBNE, INYCHTOS, 131 WUASi AY., DSitMat-
?alekly rtl ared by uslar Caaliauta'a MaataxtS
nhHler and by continued aa ttt awruna SUiaa
faellon ruarantrad or atonay refaa1 It Ln-as rnH.
sli mrriths to one year. Tnca U clf by auilaraC
druyvUt. Circulars mailed aa apolteaiioo.
II. D. CUSIIMAN, Ttuatj Rlvars, MIcft.
Whollr unllwo Artl Metal Hi a tnaa-CuraarMna 1
derlng Any book: learned la one reaaUiac. ItVaiajraia-
auciiiiua tor puatai ciaaaeak lToawcauj, laaumajiai
kiua of Mr. I'nooToa, the JUtruaKr. aW W. V.
Astuh, Juuia '. llatjiMiir, Dra. Hasa, WaaaaaaC
utters, sent inat KHKK.bjr
SU7 l'lftlt Altliuc, JSarMrTocakar
riao'a Raanotr for Chlaarili Is Ck
Bast,aaUa4 to C.aaJ Clmfwr,
AIm rrmd for OoU sa Sba He. '
)1 eadrfuo. Hay rarer, M wavaa,
W. N. Un Owkbs.
GMri a etc! f h$m r
k BV mgz L M -i a ati bar I II
KSkt mvM'ja niuut man. hwi