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R ADWAY'S READY RELIEF. The most certain"and safe Pain Remedy in the world that instantly stops the most excruciating pains. It it is truly the great CONQUEROR OF PAIN and has done more good than any . known remedy. FOR SPRAINS, BRUISES, BACKACHE, PAIN IN THE CHEST OR SIDES.'HEADACHE, TOOTHACHE OR ANY OTHER EXTERNAL PAIN, a few applications rubbed on by the hand act like magic, causing the pain to instantly stop. ForCOLDS, BRONCHITIS.PNED- MONIA CONGESTION, INFLAMMATIONS, RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, LUMBAGO, SCIATICA! PAINS IN THE SMALL OF BACK etc., more extended applications are necessary to effect a cure. ALL INTERNAL PAINS, PAINS IN BOWELS OR STOMACH, CRAMPS, SPASMS, SOUR STOMACH, NAUSEA, VOMITING, HEARTBURN, NERVOUSNESS, SLEEPLESSNESS, SICK HEADACHE, DIARRHCEA, COLIC, FLATULENCY, FAINTING SPELLS are relieved instantly and quickly cured by taking internally a half to a teaspoonful of Ready Relief in half a tumbler of water. WITH RAD WAY'S PILLS THERE ISNOBETTERCFREORPREVEN- TIVE OF FEVER AND AGUE. I'nceSOc. HIT Ixtttlr. Sold by druggists. Any <-K. R R." <> r any •'RE A DYKE LIEF" without the nan i e R AD W AY, is a COUNTERFEIT THE ELECTION BILL. Errors and Misrepresentations of Oppoi. iii£ Forc*»H. In a recent interview .Senator Ed- R ADWAY'S PILLS, The Great Liver and Stomach Remedy Forthecu'e of ail disorders'O'Mhe STOMACH, LIVER, BOWELS, KIDNEYS. BLADDER, NERVOUS. DISEASES, LOSS of APPETITE, HEAD ACHE, CONSTIPATION, COSTIVE NESS. INDIGESTION, BILIOUSNESS FEVER, INFLAMMATION-of -the BOWELS, PILES, and all derangements of the Internal Viscera. Purely Vegetable, containing no mercury, minerals, or. DELETERIOUS DRUGS. ; PERFECT DICESTfON will be ac complished by taking RADWAY'S PILLS. By so doing Dyspepsia, SICK HEADACH, FOUL STOMACHE, BILIOUSNESS, will be avoided, and thefoodthat is eaten contribute Its nourishing properties to the support of the natural waste of the body Price 25c. per box. SOLD BY ALL DRCGISTS You Can Eat WHAT YOU LIKE IF YOU TAKE DR. WHITE'S DANDELION ALTERATIVE. It cures Indigestion, Biliousness, Liver and Kidney diseases, Constipation, Eheumatism and Neuralgia. It purifies the blood, and makes the weak strong .and vigorous. Thousands have been restored to health by this great medicine, why not you ? Very large bottle for $l,.and every bottle warranted. oold by B. F. Keesliug- ard D.E Pryor. mnnds, of Vermont, gave the following sensible views concerning the election bill: He said that the opposition to the election bill could b« classed under the fonrD's, First, the Democrat pure ;md simple: second, the Dough-face of the Non-li who ii.hv.ays sides with the.South- ern \viiifr of his party; third the Dema- yoyue who. in the form of the mug- wump, nlwiiys seeks to have peace ut any prii-i', ;md fourth Dives, the rich New York grocer, who thinks that ii! the flection bill were passed he might not be uble to sell us much tea and sugar in the South as before. The .Senator was asked; "What is the real reason of the tremendous opposition the South has made to the eleetion •bill?" He replied: "History has a habit'of repeating itself. We are now encountering the sinne situation, in some respects, that we had thirty years ago. We had then in politics a small-slaveholding oligarchy, whose power in politics depended entirety upon th£ existence of slavery. Their power was threatened through the attempt to abolish slavery. There were pe'Dple in the country, however, who regarded slavery as a crime and, without any thought of loss, actuated by an adherence to principle, moved against this great wrong. Then the Democrat, the Dough-fa<;e, the Demagogue and Dives advanced the same arguments against an? agitation of the subject, against any thing which would impair the peaceful relations of the North and the South, that are heard no\v. To-day the situation is similar, in that this same oligarchy has now begun to build np a similar system of power' in the South. This system contemplates placing the absolute control of its political affairs in the hands of a few men, the descendants of the forme* slave-holding aristocracy. This is shown in the adoption of the Mississippi constitution. This constitution will undoubtedly be copied .by all of the other Southern States.' "The declaration that we have for a moment thought of trying to control the local affairs in the Southern States is,, to.use-plain language, a lie. Such, misrepresentation is a part of the hue and-cry raised against this measure. It is said that-we are offering a measure whicli ska.ll give the negro supremacy in the South, and that the white people are therefore, to be sympathized with because they will not submit to such domination. This bill relates strictly to National affairs. It provides simply for an inspection and supervision of this Southern oligarchical machine in the election of members to Congress. On the floor to-day the South has twice the strength of the North in proportion to the votes cast." •The Senator -was asked if there was any thing in the bill which would justify, the use of-the army or the bayonet at the-polls. He. replied that. this was another of the lies told concerning the measure. The army was now so restricted in its uses that if a mob were to-morrow to attack the Treasury of the United States to sack it, the 1'resident would have no-real authority to call to its protection the troops from Fort Myer. Undoubtedly the -President would exercise a doubtful authority under such circumstances, and be fully justified, but the fact remains that he would have no real authority. The army was thus restricted by the Democrats when they came into power following the election of Mr. Hayes. Durin.g the year 1S78 they made just such a fight as they have made now on the election laws which were then on the statute books. These election laws were repealed in all of their essential provisions, and to secure the approval of the Republican President, were placed in the appropriation bills. The Democrats then threatened the country then as they So now with the possibilities of an extra session. The Democrats adhered to their plan and. the .President vetoed the appropriation bills. This resulted in the adjournment of Congress without providing for a proper maintenance of the Government. An extra session was called, and in that extra session such conces- 'considered what wui.ue the effect;!!! the rebellious' States- of a failure to pans this bill? Such a failure .will confirm the rebels in their belief that "the -South is in the 'saddle" again. It will give a new impetus to intimidation, boycotting, cheating, false counting and murder. It will convince 'the oligarchs of the Southeastern States that 'the United States (jovernment will interfere with their nefarious'schemes 110 more, and that they may go on with a free hand to "rim' 1 things just exactly as they please. Itwifl give a new impulse to the murdering of post-masters and United States marshals. It will encourage the Southeastern people to hope.thsit they may be at last entirely tid of what they call the "hateful hirelings" of the Federal ("rovei-nment. There are a good many Republicans still left in the Southeustera Stutes. They have stood np through all manner of persecution for what they believed to be right. They knew that the cardinal doctrine of the Republican party was a free ballot and a fair count, and they believed it would never falter in its devotion to that-doctrine. They are unanimously in favor of the elections bill, and they regard the prospect of its failure with feelings akin to despair. They know, as Northern Republicans do not and can .uot know, what a failure of the bill means. • It is as much as any man's life is worth now in many parts of Florida, Georgia. Alabama, Mississippi. Louisiana, Texas and Arkansas to be an active Republican. If the elections bill fails, all hope of any possible justice for 'Republican voters will be gone, and there will be no possible incentive for Republicans in any of the rebellious States even to go to the polls, much less to court assassination by trying to organize and keep alive the Republican party in their districts. There are no State elections now inmost of the States mentioned. -If this" bill fails there will be no elections for' Congress or fur President. The whole Southeast will be run by Democratic caucuses. The effect of all this on the material .prosperity of that "section" can not fail, to be bad. No Northern man cares to invest'his capital, muchless to make his, home, in a State where he is taxed absolutely without representation. If the Southeast could only see it, it is,to their interest, material as well as moral, to hold fair elections. But experience alone will teach them this. They have become so used to oligarchy that a Republican for»i of government is abhorrent to them. If the elections bill should pass, it would help the Southeast more than any other measure that could be put on the statute books; if it fails, they must dree their own weird.—N. Y. Mail and Express. pay the penalty .for the mistake in due time.- \Ve have had some experience in following the lead of Democratic statesmen in their attempts to •pold and extend th'.> system of human bondage that they might thereby keep themselves in powirr. Arc; we to enter upon another kindred experiment under T.iie siiiiif sort of cuunselv—-Milwaukee Sentinel. FLOOR FOR A DAIRY. No Material Known to He Superior to Cement. Kor a dairy-room floor, nothing is superior to cement; it^ also serves an admirable purpose in cellars, wash-rooms, stables, etc. There is no secret about laying excellent cement ffcors. Make an excavation to solid earth, which will probably be nearly a foot and fill with stone or coarse gravel for a foundation. Use a level and square to make the foundation level. Next mix five parts of coarse gravel to one of common cement. Mix dry, then wet slightly and mix again thoroughly. Spread this two inches at a time and tramp until solid. There should be six inches of "this; then the floor is ready for the finishing coat, or liquid stone as it is called, three parts of coarse, clean, gritty sand to one oi Portland cement, • thoroughly mixed. Sift and wet a small amount at one time, and spread an inch in thickness. It should be laid in strips as wide as one can easily reach across with a trowel. To accomplish the work with least trouble, get down on the knees on a board of the thickness that you wish the cement, and with a short, straightedge keep the floor level. After a strip is laid, g-o over it with the trowel, making it perfectly smooth. Let the floor harden a few days;—Holiister Sage, in Country Gentleman. Who rules irr this town? Depends on the question up, ^ The lamp-chimney ques- 1 tlon — what sort do you break? Whatever sort your dealer 1 deals in. ' How, do you think,"he selects his chimneys ? . '.' ; He buys those that cost him least; he can get the regular price for them; and the faster they break the more he sells. ' That's how he reasons. . Tell him you want Macbeth 's "pearl top "or "pearl glass, " tough glass, transparent, clear, not foggy, fine, of right shape and uniform. Tell him you'll pay him a nickel a piece, and that will his extra costs twice ... Tell him you don't propose to break any more. Try your hand at ruling. GEO. A. MACBETH & Co. more cover over. Starboard wml Larboard. The Italians derive "starboard" from questa bordit, "this side." and "larboard" from i/uclhi l/tirda, "that side." Abbreviated, .these two phrases appear as uta /mrrla and In l/urd'u. '.Their close resemblance caused so many mistakes that, by.order of thi? admiralty, "larboard" is now tlirou-n overboard and "port" substituU'il. ••• Port and helm" U- even mentioned in Arthur Pitt's voyagv HIS oa."lv as i.'i.vo Intelligent Beaderi will notice that Tun's Pills •r» not "warranted, to cure" all clawrae of dUea«e», but only such a> remit from a disordered liver, ' Vertigo, Headache, Dyspepsia, •Fevers,- Costiyeness, Bilious Colic, F!at|Mice, etc. For these tl«cy arepot warranted <*fallible, but are ax nearly so an it 1» BOB* •iblo to make a remedy. Price, 25o tm. SOLD EVERYWHERE. •I?ATi;flAij,Y. 'as wealth increases, tbe demand for finer grades of wool will increase. There is no profit in growing poo.r wool, anyhow. UNFAITHFUL Disloyalty REPUBLICANS. Against FOR MEN ONLY rlGnuitl and HEKVOUS BEEllIl"r I Weaknwi of Bsdy and Bind, -Effec r Jof Error«orEioe»»e»in CldorYouiiF-i butf Not>l»JIAMIOOJ>fnlly Itntar«d. How to enlnnro aid trtnrthcsirxAK. USDETELOPIO) OROASSiPiUTBOf' II8DV. jtbulntelr anMllnr HOSE TREATHE.VT— llccent, in • day. •» uMh tro* 60 SUt«» ud Fsmlji CoUDtrlei. Writ* thin, IfMtrlptlv* Book, txplnaaUoE flatf ^roof* nallfd (leiled) frea, *««»» ERIE MEDICAV CO., BUFFALO, N. V* VEGETABLE COUGHS AND COLDS. 35c. and SI. at all druggist*. B, MOSGAH & SOI, - - ProBriBtors, PSOVIDENCE. R. I. TBADESUPPHEDbjrROSS GORDON^ LaFayette, Ind. For sale by B. F Heesling sions were made as to result practically in a triumph for the Democrats. The election laws wen; nullified. And practically with such nullification went the constitution;!.] amendments following the war, passed for the protection of the colored man in his newly-acquired rig-hts." "Then, in your judgment, the war was practically fought in vain? 1 ' ."It ^ practically wa.s. so far as the breaking- down of tie unrepublican system of acquiring, political power built up by these slave-holding oligarchies is concerned. This association of political conspirators threatened before the war that they would wreck the Government and divide the country if they could not have their own way. They were ready to go to war then when their political power was threatened, and judging by their threats and their demonstrations, they are to-day as ready for a similar situation, if they can not retain absolute power. Whether.it is 'good policy to contest the claims of these gentlemen is a subject 1 do not care to discuss. It is a question of principle higher than any question of policy. It Is a situation that will -not be permitted to endure when once the public realizes what the South is doing and proposes to do."—N. Y. Tribune. of Those Wlio Voteil Hiwe.st Elections. There is no call to mince words in characterizing the conduct of the Republican Senators; who struck a blow- in the dark at a principle to which the Republican party is committed by the solemn and reiterated pledges of more than 'thirty, years.' They have no justification, no excuse. They knew perfectly well before they were elected the ideas fur which the Republican party: stood. They knew, or should have known, its traditions and its history. They knew the unvarying attitude of the Republican, party on the issue of honest elections. • They knew the promises of the lust Republican platform, and the earnest wishes of the President. Some of them actually .knew before they were sent to 'the Senate the scope' and character of the definite " measure which the Republicans had framed. Yet these Senators, with a • disregard for honor and loyalty, fortunately rare in American public,annals, have deliberately turned their backs on their own friends, and joined the enemy in involving their own • cause in grave'disaster. If the conduct of -these unfaithful Senators were- an indication of the spirit of their constituents, we might-well despair of the Republican party. But the events of the last quarter century have abundantly demonstrated that' the Republican masses are.,sound and loyal, whatever the temporary lapses of a few leaders, and that sooner or later they induce unfaithful representatives to comply with their wishes, or to stand aside for men who will.—Boston Journal. ' .. : .. POLITICAL COMMENT. CARTED ITTLE IYER Cheap L'aiidg-and Homes iu ;tiick.v",'- Tennesee, Mississippi ai«l Louisiana. On the line of the Queen &'Crescent Eoute can? be lumidiOOU,wu acres ol'-spleiidid bottom, t land, timber njitf.sioclr ISnds. . Also • the fintmu fruit und• mineral lands oii'tii'c contliieat lor S8l»'>' on favorable t.«iiis.. ••..-.• ... « yAfiMEHS! will) all tfiy getting get a home In? the sunny boutli, where- blizzatds • and lea ctad" plains are unknown. •< • . • •- ' . 7^'" The Queen 4 Crescent. Boute. Is : 94 Mile* thil Slorte^t and Quickest Line ,- CincinaiHo New Orleans; Enure Tim.-27 Hours. . ' BiiSTdw Car, Da? Coachw run thrnnuli wltbiiol Change.. ',• no Miles tii» Shortest, 3 Uours tha Quick: :t Cinelnnari tn Jacksonville, E! Time 27 Hours. TliKuniy in,- running Solid Trains und Tlirou --I' epln2 Cars. ONLY LINE FROM CINCINNATI TO; Ctiauaiioisi. Ti-un.. ron Payne, Ala., M«icUan% ; JIlss.. Tlckbui-n. .Miss., sJlirevcporVLiU" -.-:,;M ai .illles tlii- slii»'t...-T Clji-dnnatJ "- ' -••••* 5 Hours ijnlcki-st < Inclifliiill \i, ll«AlllpsT'in'-siinrii-st-i:fn$l]jiiall to Atlanta ; r. ',-• Angusia, (Ju. :; -4 2li MHi»s tlin6li<in«-sl Cltidniiiir -.imricsi to Bln>!it!gtiaiii>- .Aa. • • ••• Oin<-!n»;m tu S1ol)llt-.. AJ;., ijnecttons at NP* For Texas, Mexico, -California; •traliiK 1-,-ive Central Union "Dfi>o\;-CfwMuai'M crossing the H'.-)jiiou.s Hlgl) Bridge Of KwitucK}33 .tnd roDD.line tilt- hase of Lookout Mour.tRjii ;,? Pullman -HoadnlrPlwivrs on all Thmugli TKil OV.T One Million Acres of Land In AIi«m.<,, • t fntur*- nivat 8ta'.e of tbe South subject i; 0 .' liiv-t-iimllon. CnMir|i;i«Bed ALAS I How wretched is the man who has fallen a. victim to Biliousness, Indigestion, 5ick Headache'or diseased Liver, with all the horrible attendants. Look upon the picture. Poor man, being tired of dragging out a. miserable existence, he is the picture of despondency; altogether, he is rather a forlorn specimen. . Do we pity him? Of;course; but at-.the same time feel assured that in a measure he is to blame for the bad state into which he has fallen. A sure, safe, spe'edy and easy cure can be foand in Simmons Liver Regulator—Nature's own. rem-. edy. No mercury, or deleterious'drugs;" not unpleasant to the taste, and always ' reliable—just such a remedy as you can pin your faith to without a shadow of disappointment. Read the testimonial, ' don't take our word for it: ( 'T have been subject to severe spells of' : Congestion of the Liver, arid have been_in ihc tabit of taking from 15 to 20 grains of calomel, which generally laid me up'for three or four days. Lately I have been taking Simmons Liver Regulator which gave me relief, without any interruption to business." J. Heed, Middlepqrt, Ohio. J. H. ZEILIJF ff CO., SOLK PRorRnrroRs, PHILADELPHIA, PA, PRICE, SI.00. CURE Sick Headache and relieve all the troubles Incf- fleat to a bilious etato of the system, Buob: E( Dizziness, Nansea, Drowsiness. Distress after eattog, Painin- the Side, &c. While theirmort TGZHarJc&ble success hafi bean shown in cuzfaig SICK Headache, yet Carter"* Littla-Liw Pflla M* equally valnableln Confltipation/oiuliig and preventing this ann»yin|jcomplaint,wWla they, also correctaliaisoraeisofthestomBoh^tiimilatotlia liver and regulate' the bowels. Evon if they only HEAD ichfithevwonldboalmostprlcoloaatotliogowlKi Su/forfronithifldtetre8sirigcphiplaiiit;butf:ortn> natelytheirgiiodiieasdoesnotetidliorej-BndtJiosa tf ho once try them'-will find these little pilla val-j. able in eo many ways that they will not bo willing to do without them. But after allsick head ACHE IB the bano of BO many lives that hero Is when we make our great boast. Our pilla cure it while others do not. : ••.•••-•• Carter's Little Liver Pilla are .very small snd vary easy to talra. Ona or two pills azakaadosa. Thoy are strictly vegetable and do not gripe or purge, but by their gentle action please all who naethem. In vials at 25 cents; five for $L Soil! by druggists everywhere, or sent by mail. CARTER MEDICINE CO., New York. SMALL PILL. SKALt DOSE. SMALL PRICE Kor correti. fonnti "jjaj/s. Lowell ., Eat. full particulars ii«)(livg. I;. (,\ KIjV'^KJiS. Passenger 4 TIfke! .-iiynt.' '• : • ijiiecn & i"i>-sci-iii Rome, CIIK-JHUVUI. i ' TEXAS FARM LANDS At present valuation will make men rich daring the year 1631. The most conservative admit tbe ; truth of this assertion. GOLD MEDAL, PASIS, 1878. THE EFFECT IN THE SOUTH. ilcsults of the Failure to l';ui<< the Election Bin. Some of the Eepresentitives of the Southeastern States in Congress hava painted in lurid colors the effects of tha proposed Federal elections bill on what they call their "section." They seem to have scared a, few Republicans and all the mugwumps into the belief that the passage of the bill would inaugurate^ a rei£n of terror in those States. £STDay by day it becomes more certain that the Democratic war cry of 1892 will be "free silver, free trade and free whisky." The nickname of the "calamity party", will be quite appropriate for the- liourbon, reactionaries.—Toledo Blade.- . ES^A Wisconsin farmer-who voted the Democratic ticket last fall -'because the Mclvmley Ml would make thing's, higher,'' now hides behind the straw- stack when he is offered three cents more a pound for his crop of tobacco on account of the tariff.—Chicago Journal. driu is true, as Senator, Edmunds says, that the common parliamentary law forbids any man to speak "suoer- fluously or tediously;" but it -has'never been strictly enforced, for the- obvious reason that most of the Democratic Senators would thereby be. condemned to perfect silence at all tiines. —St. Louis Globe-Democrat. ••••;•• E3^"3?he Democrats are coming up to the.full,measure of their .agreement to support and -protect .Don. Cameron to the 'National "Senate, and Pennsylvania's Legislature in the silver speculation for his vote for free coinage and against the elections bill!' What an astounding : record the "reform"; Democracy are making in stealing- from State .and county treasuries and.ia ."boodling-" in State: and;.National legislation!—Iowa State-.Register. , ' -.. . - ( Cirit is quiteppssiblC'that the.Demo- cratic party may acquire a temporary advantage by this ' great'wrong, but it is a hazardous business and somebodv Tho; 'l)t>y ponltlctd lier fact anil poultlced.her Itoad, .nd blistered Her tacit tlll'tivas'-siriartlnp anU Trlcii toulcs, cllxlrj, iwln-klllcrs nnd salves, Ured, (Though crandmafleclarcU It was notUins-bnt "narvcs.") , . And the poor woman thought' she'inust certainly die. Till " Favorite Prescription " aim happened to try. No "(yonder its pralst's BO loudlv they sneut, She grtiw better at ooce and was well in a week. The torturing pains and .distressing nervousness which accompany, at times, . cartiiu forms :of. "female weakness," yield like magic to Dr..Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It is purely vegetable, perfectly harmless, and adapted to the delicate organization .of woman: It allays and subdues the; nervous .symptoms and relieves the paiu accompanying- functional and organic troubles. It's 'a-Iegitimate'-medicine—an invigorating, restorative ;tonic,' a . soothing, 'and. strengthening nervine, and a positive remedy for "female weaknesses" and ailments. All functional disturb-- ances. irregularities. .and v deran»ements are cured .by...it... Therels.nothing like it iu_ the .way,it acts—there's nothing like it in the"-way it's sold.. It's guaranteed to give satisfaction in-every case, or the money paid for it is promptly refunded. Bead the guarantee on the wrapper. Yon lose 'nothing if it doesn't help you—but it will. , Co.'s Breakfast Cocoa from which the excess of oil has been removed, is Absolutely JPure (audit is Soluble. No Chemicals are used in its preparation. It has more than three times the strength of Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot or Sugar, arid is therefore far more economical, costing less tlian one cent a cup. It is delicious, nourishing, strengthening, EASILY DIGESTED, and admirably adapted, for invalids as well as for persons in, health. Sold by Grocers everywhere. W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass. It is now knouinthet-thefnest wheat leant in and suitable for allemall grainsand . many instances cotton are In North and West Texas! Tesa8farmers!h2.ve ; an enormous i aswellas- ._- ;. ^ , •• !v '•„.,/• Twelve Thousand Miles of Railroad anil Ocean ( for their surplus crop. Here farmers are able"toS,, work out of doors every,day in the year, and*tocfc??ii run on grass-from-January to January. M»hr>f farmers in Kansas and in the north-west are Bellinfr'^ whatever equitythcy have In taelr farms,builn/tM the cheao lands of Texas. And In many Instance*;* clearinp th« price of rthe land from their flrtt.years'* crops.;. Toe latest census shows that few farmers lot:^- Texas.havfr their farnifl mortRaKed; 1 The;«e»w;i! scliool fnnfl Is the largest, of any commonwe»lth.In-..S the world, acKregatlne in ca»h and lands£omo «Irty£S millions of dollars, state taxesare ten cents on Mxtt'i.; hundred dollars. ... ^ v -~s.vr2 We simply a«fcas Agents inJie Safeof J&UM|| Consequently Kivo the eame attention to the'InbBriSi est of tne buyer or investor as to tbe seller: ,T~ " have-now for-Balegooaacricultural lands for Irt_» three to ten aoiuirs per acre, according to location^'^ TheielandH.wJUdoublein valaain.U ~ can Invest money in hlcn Krade urn „ . non-residents bearing 10 per cent. Wodonot m»kft-: any charge for commissions from buyers or lenders. .1* of money. If you want afarm oramortg»ito>rrtt«;g us. ITortWorthcityproperty a specialty. Wexef«rs« by permission to the First Notional Bank, tbe Cit— •* National Bank, the Mereoaots National Bank, «J1 c^,, ForHVorth, and the-Fort%VorthChaml)er of tXnn 1 -" merca. - Corrosnondence.Solicited. • " . - : ;. ' " " THOWAS J: HURLEY, NEGOTIATOB. • MUXIOTPAX BON"DS, COMM_ PAPBIl, MOBTQAGES A>TJ RKAt KSTATK, Hurley Office Building, Forth Worth, Tea«; INJECT ~" I THE -EEMTLEIMN'S FBIKD. OorMalydor Perfection Syringe free with •'•tnnf-"iSS> Dottle. Srcveata Stricture. Cures Oon*rrfc«M»-,'''" *cd Gleet in I to;4 day.. Ask your Drurginl lor it.- Sent to »ny address for 8I-OO. Addrai* ««*LYDOB MANUF'G CO.,LANCASTER^? 'can h(t« F ruiiiilly inifd it ourNEWi;ntir»o*a;.?S| und honornbN-, by thMe v «f,"-^;5 x, vonnc,or old, und:in,lhclc-;?X " o\vu locnlluYiwlierever Itcy live.Anr. • 3 mi! cnn do Hit wort. Eiay to lianif,?-i No.Titk. You tfiuixlevolB"" iil nur K))nrv n!i>[iti.iiiK, or M| nlii;t'h'iirwl^inl,niii1 tirii] (•Kiniifr» im. ffl,r,ii,i K from *2J w f SO pr'rVvmk nnd"upw«r££ t::; 5 lid more »n,u.,i l.irlc ejjicrioncj. IVc can fumi»i vou Ilie en.- «? 'ZV'™? "'t^? W ™«Xi. K° »i»?"»«.n!«i» h«...F»us-?r Vc atnri II j't I'psi idi'rfulnucwwio^ver.vn'orke.r.'u''; Do M Iniiesl or IN STOCKS, .BONDS,' ; Gmijj little fortune*hd.vfb«nma(leiu work for un, by Annn Pnf^s Austin, T(!kitn,->nd Jno. liomi, Toledo, Ohio. "cut. OtlitranrrdolnKAiHVflttfWhi' not you? Some i-nm ovur f fcUO.OO » lh. Vou CHIT do the work «nd Ifve mp, wjiorcvurycu arc. liven l>e- ors tiro onilly enrnlnp from #i to *lUai3ny.AllncroB, IVcubOw vou how- and stun you. Cnn> work in xpnre time or alj tlif time. ~B\K money for work-' erp. F'tilurt unknown nriionp then). MiW nnd wonderful. I'nrtlculDrsJK'e, Jo.,KoxHf3Ol > orthm,l,Maine PERFECT MANHOOD. TOlIlVCi, Mlddle-»|re<l-»nd Elflerlrmcn who are ^QflTerlnK from the liffecf* of youthful follies or ei' .ceases oJ! maturer years, and now find their manlj rigor decrftiBod an,1. wjio are troubled with terrible Iriilnsivnd lojses.yon can be permanently restored to »*«RFJECT MANHOOD, at home, -n'lthopt exposure, at lowcHt cant, by J>r. Clarke'* •ipprovcd mctaods. tested and proven In nearly 4C venr's practice (EsUibMsned iffia), TQ Cbroiilr. Nervom and Speclnl Disensee. : If In need of medical aid,, send.'for Question Il» so you can; fully describe the svimnottjB of your pm tlcuinr clliieiisij to me. Consultation free » r i —»>-p; Sours, 8 vOS; Sundays, 8 to 12. Addreni, F. D. CLARKE, M.O., 186 S. Clark St., CHtCACO, .. •If so, trade witu a reiinbte'firm who hav yeare experience, and are members of the Board of Triule and Stock Exclisnge. . busmess.strictly on Commission. Refer to Jllin Trust and Savings BanK, Chicago. . C. A. WHYLAND & CO. ro Pacific? Avo. . Cbioago, i We send fre5 ol charRe our Daily Market Rcpor- : '£$ v.d. Circalar on application. .... . ,,. ...... ...,.,'.-...'. :^ff Jnierest allowed on monthly balances. ••:•'"JOSEPH GILLOTT'S STEEL PENS. GOLD MEDAL, PARIS EXPOSITION, 1889. THE MOST PERFECT OF PENS. DR. HORNE'S ELECTRIC TRUSSES Have Carod 1O.OOO Rnpttires in 15 Tearg;U; 'I suffered with » douiile nature 5 yoars.. Tour ] trie Truss cured mo in 3V> mouths. -I. Or. J Sopt,24..'90.. ... ....... .; ...;. CLattan "Tour ElPctrlc Truss cured my rtptnri 1 sftcr snffertnieS 15 years. MES. A. .-PounmT." Absecon, 3s'. J: Oct. 8>-'!9<M| I1 1am curfld sound and weirby.'-wenrinp.yoiir 3Slocbrt< Truss. E. HinvKr." Davis City, Jowa. . • Aue. 17, J90, 1 ,.;., The only Kfnutne Elrrtrlc Tri»« anil Kelt Oaiwlilneltfi . DR. HORNEj INVENTOR, 180 WABASH AVE,, CHI

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