ADWAY'S M READY RELIEF. The most certain and safe Pain Remedy in the world that instantly stops the most excruciating pains. It it is truly the grrjeat CONQUEROR OF PAIN and has done more good than any known remedy. FOR SPRAINS, BRUISES, BACK ACHE, PAD* IN THE CHEST OR SIDES, [HEAD ACHE, 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,PNEUMONIA 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, DIARRHOEA, 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 IS NO B BTTER CFRE OR PREVENTIVE OF FEVER AND AGUE. Price 5Oc. prr boitle. Sold by druggists Any "K. JR. IV or any •'READY RELIEF" without the nameR AD WAY, fsa AN LNTELLIGENT DOG. He Knows Hcrar to Perform Twenty-Eight Clever Tricks. Although (July About Twenty Months Old, He Is » I>an£erou8 Kival of Peter, flip famous Yankee Dog—Some of !fis Performances. 1 sun- in yov.r paper recently an account of Peter the Wonderful, the Montpelk'r t.ri-k dog-, and was much interested in t.hi> article. He is indeed a wonderful dag. but I think A. P. Nelson, of Wells River, Vt., which is only forty miles from Montpelier, hn.s a dog- twenty-five years, From a boyhood on an Illinois farm he progressed by way of the Great Lakes to life on the ocean wave. More deeds of heroism and bravery are set down to him than to almost any other one commander on the Pacific, and £old watches and silver plate testify by many duplicates to such acts. For the past eleven years he has commanded steamers running from the Columbia river and Pug-o.t Sound to Sitka. During- this time lie has witnessed the remarkable growth and development of the Territory, and himself contributed more than any other person to this growth. He cast his fortunes in with the remote Territory and has amassed a competency from his various mines, mills, wharves, fisheries and ventures, holding- to his first profession of master mariner only during the summer months, and as a matter of his own convenience and pleasure. While he is the strictest disciplinarian on ship, be is renowned as a practical joker on shore, and the Territory rings with anecdotes of him. As a last resort Captain Carroll is backed by a syndicate which offers to pay the United States Government $14,000,000 cash for the Territory of Alaska, if the Government still considers the country not worth extending- to its citizens the same rights, immunities, advantages and protection which it gives to every other section of the United States. GOOD CLOD CRUSHER. A Useful Implement for Preparing Lund for Planting. For making laud smooth and in good condition for planting, a clod crusher is a useful implement. The one here shown with seat attached is sent to the Sett NOEDECK KiTTEXS. COUNT EBFEIT R IDWAY'S PILLS, The Great Liver and Stomach Kemedy Forthecureof ail disorders-of the STOMACH, CIVER, BOWELS, KIDNEYS, BLADDER, NERVOUS, DISEASES, LOSS of APPETITE, HEADACHE, 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 DIGESTION will be ac complished by taking RAD WAY'S PILLS. By so doing Dyspepsia, SICKHEADACH, FOULSTOMACHE, BILIOUSNESS, will be avoided- and the food that is eaten contribute Its nourishing properties to the support of the natural waste of the body Price 25c-per box- SOLD BY ALL DRCGISTS / iat as far as regards the number of his .ricks is ahead of Peter, writes F. A. Palmer to the Boston Globe, Mr: Nelson's dog Nordeck is a thoroughbred liver-and-wh ite pointer, weighing about'sixty pounds, and will -perform the following tricks at a word of command from his master: 1. Sit erect and rise on Ms hind le"-s from that position. ° 2. Lie flat on his back, when asked how little girls go to bed. 3. Say his prayers and Keep the position until the master says "amen." 4. Give a representation of the ; 'Statue of _Liberty Enlightening the World," which consists of standing in a chair with his front feet on the back of the chair, with one paw held up in the air. 5. Walk a 2if-inch tight rope. 0. Roll a barrel up an incline and down'tlie other side. 7. Climb a ladder, up one side and / down- the- other, • and sit erect when he / reacbes'.'the' top. ' 7 8. Stand on-the : baeks of two chairs. 9. Shut the'door. I 1 10. Wheel a baby carriage with his \ THE GEORGIA "CRACKER." A Glimpse at the Habitations of tho Southern MLU Operatives. The choicest of these rickety abodes was described by a girl whose only home it had been for fourteen years: "I reckin tiirll set up thar a right smart while yit, but.hit's, powerful cold en leaky." Even where better quarters .are obtainable, says a writer in'the Century, the cracker prefers some great shackling structure impossible to .heat or to humanize, because, forsooth, as one occupant alleged, "here we has a dinin'-hall." Wont to flock to the .suburbs of. a city, just beyond tax limit, they herd, dirty and disorderly, in filth and semi-idleness in leaky hovels with- Orange Judd Farmer by a subscriber at Gilmanton, Wis. lie has been using one of like pattern for a number of years, and says that by its use the rough places ara made smoother—filling up all holes. The holes in the tongue-piece are for the doable-tree pin —to suit team. An iron rod holds the tongue as shown. Who rules in this town ? Depends on the question up The lamp-chimney ques tion—what sort do you break Whatever sort your dealer 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, " Bought glass, transparent, clear, not foggy, fine, of right shape and uniform. Tell him you'll pay him a nickel more a piece, and that will cover his extra costs twice over. Tell him you don't propose to break any more. Try your hand at ruling. JPittsbur*. GEO. A. MACBETH & Co. Intelligent Readers will notice that LamlsjAii a Homes in 3T< . cuclry, Teiinesee; ALABAMA, Mississippi and J,ouLsiat»a. On tbe line of Die Queen & Crescent Hoate osiftl be ? UJ , ld r^w" :lm ' s OI splendid bottom; * * iuid, timber and_stock .lands. Also the FABMERS! (Jueer Well* In Nebraska. In Polk County, Neb,, are many wells which exhibit a very peculiar phenomenon of intermittance. They vary from 100 to 1.40 feet in depth, and all ebb and How either irregularly or as regular as tides on an ocean beach. The flow is accompanied by a roaring- sound like that of the sea, as though a distant wave were coming- in, and at the same time a stiff current of air rushes out ut the mouth of the well The ebb is accompanied by a downward draft of air, as mlg-ht naturally be/supposed. The period of ebb and flow does not seem to depend upon the heat or cold or upon the dampness or dryness of the atmosphere. Some of the owners of these queer wells believe them to be in some way connected with the waters of the Platte river, while others, with equally as yootl grounds for their suppositions, declare them to be in direct communication with the ocean. *J« .«">' "warranted to cure" mil cl*na*m or dincnftCH, but only mcb a* nwalk froia a disordered liver, viz t """*• Vertigo, Headache, Dyspepsia, Fevers, Costiveness, Bilioos j Flatulence, etc., You Can Eat WHAT YOU LIKE IF YOU TAKE DR. WHITE'S DANDELION ALTERATIVE. It cores Indigestion, Biliousness, Liver and Kidney diseases, Constipation, Bhenmatifim 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 P Very large bottle for $1, and every bottle warranted. .sold by B. F. Keesliug and D.E Pryor. HE DID-HE DIDN'T! -**"^ Five years ago both loagbt our ~~ »drlc«. We cure all WEAK. MESSES * DISXABI8 OF KZH. I OUR NEW BOOK] explains all IU advice Is Vital. Free forlfmtej L™«-,I>on'tTrlflft with Disease! EBCE JLED. ICAI. CO., Baflitlo. Jf. If-Don't fall to HEED OUR WORDS! front feet, pushing- it up grade and holding it down grade. 11. Jump 'through a 13-incli hoop. 12. Sit down on the edg-e of an inch board, four or five feet from the floor. 13. Cany-bundles home from any reasonable distance. ; 14. Walk across the room with his front paw in: Ms mouth. ^15. Leap'from 'an eminence of six or iig-ht feet, "the distance of from twelve to fifteen feet into the arms of his master. 18. Hold ttp-his front paw and g-o lame •when asked ho^ he hurt his foot. IT. Roll a barrel by walking on the top. 18. When told to steal something-, in a strange plaoe, he will look around until he finds something-, which'he brings to.his master. ° 19. Speak or cry just as commanded. Sit up and sing-. Dance like a bear. Pick up a pin from the floor. Ride bareback upon a horse. Play leap-frog-. Pick pockets. When given meat will not touch it if told that it is poison. 27. Stand on his front feet in a corner. 28. Walk across the stage on his hind leg-s. Nordeck is only about twentv months old, and has been trained wholly by his master, who bouyht him when he was three months old. He is a very handsome dog and shows a degree of intelligence outside of tricks that is truly remarkable. Besides the tricks enumerated, he does quite a number of minor tricks which I have not thought worth while to mention. J could relate some incidents about Nordeck showing his intelligence which are remarkable, had I the space. I think, taking into consideration the respective ages of the two dogs and the additional training that Peter the Wonderful must have had during the two years additional, Nordeck will com^ pare very favorably with' Peter the Wonderful. \ , ?°T-,.t lheso th «y np e not warranted infallible, but are as nearly so as it J» BO*. /•ible to make a remedy. Price, ZOou. SOJLD EVERYWHERE. * Quc-t>n iS Crescent Route IB 9-t lute* ttii Shortest ,-ind Quickest Line ^*| Cincinaii 10 New Orleans' ^1 Tlmr. 27 Hours. . J;M Iff Trains. BagaiKe Car, Dar Coaciies ruja% blrtrj-pt-ra iin, ihroagL wllhout change. £;% nu-TiilHS iiieshonest, 3 Hours the Qolcko«t^S; Cinrinnaii to JacksoDville, Hall Time 27 Hours. •'••;«$ Tftr anly iiii^ i-iiDiiing Solid Trains «nd riinrtpine c,-irs. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 25. ; THREE TYPES OF CRACKERS. out other furniture than the barest necessaries. If there is ground enoug-h to grow a few vegetables, the responsibility of cultivating it becomes a pretext that often deprives a household of the earnings of its .head. Men habitually abandon work on pretense of "mak- in'erg-ardin." A little girl, who with her sister's help supported a family of six,^ when asked why her father did not assist, excused him on the plea, "Dad does our gard'nin' "—the garden being ,a plat ten by twelve. Wages in the Georgia mills seem low when judged by Northern standards, yet when the cost of living'and the surroundings and the efficiency of the operatives are taken into account, pay is relatively as high : as where a more complex civilization has created artificial wants. The inter-dependence in the South between corporation and employes is rare in New-England factory villages. The names, residence, circumstances, needs, failings or virtues are here well known to the officials;' in time of trouble or suspension of work |t money is freely advanced, and by an unwritten code of human feeling long .illness or other disability often brings the regular weekly pay. Not only are relations more -friendly and intimate than at the North, but there is conspicuous freedom from the .spirit of drive and despptism. Even New England superintendents and overseers in these Southern mills soon glide into the prevailing lainsez-faire, or else leave in despair, though admitting that the cracker might be trained to the highest efficiency. I How wretched is the man who has fallen ,a victim to Biliousness, Indigestion, Sick 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 Men. A sure, safe, speedy and easy cure can be found in Simmons Liver Regulator— Nature's own remedy. 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 : "I have been subject to severe spells of Congestion of the Liver, and have been in the kabit of taking from 15 to 20 grains of calomel, which generally laid me up for ( :thrce or four days. Lately I have been taking Simmons Liver Regulator which gave rac relief, without any interruption to business." J. HUGG, Middlcport, Uhio. jr. H. ZEILIJT % co., Sou PsopsraroRS, PHILADELPHIA, PA. PKICE, 81.00. CARTER'S ^ITTLE IVER LLVEFR011 CINCINNATI TO CLaiMiiugii. IVniili.KuiT Payns, AJa,.:-.MerldIaop •HI uu 4" Vl ''- kl) ' j; -- i"!*" dhreveport, la.., 5s" 4 1 illls.-; 0)1,. hhoi-t.v-r. (;i)H-.lnuatl tol*xlDgtoh,KKj •> Miian. ijuick^si ' luclminti td Knoxville, Te J lid Wlff. tli* jfhiiitast r,lndnn;ul to Atlanta- Augusta, .(ja, -- ' KS tlie sliujiic-st (JinciiinatJ s tin- Siiorrj'sf. Cin.-lnnatl »i.^ IS illles -shortest cindnnatl tollobde, tla'.- mrfft-.tMnirttii-ns »t AKH UrieajixandSlirev<jportf For Texas, Mexico, Trains Inave Uent/ai Drnoii l)ci»,i. Ciucuiua-tV'3 c.'iA'Slligtlief.-unous HlKli BMil»c of Kji'iiiur -*'' andToiindfnt; the test of -r,o'okn3i »jiaxtai Pi]llniriiillo\molrS)»*|if.rsoii ;dl Tlir-iiigli Ti-jlj (ftwr One Jiaiidn j»ri-wi of ]jiii«l n, Al'-i'ir-- i lunirf- «]-,;« .>t:i;^ ul thi- ?i)ul>-, su.'ytvi io'. , Ki.r Correct Con/iiv Main,. mil particulars Had!-**, i). <•. r <fc Tickei Aacni,, 'li A" Gl-««.")lt. Rome. en R;i V^uuua ou^uts Ul LlltJ BJOWm, SUCH Bfl , Nausea, Drowsiness, Distress after eating, Pain in tbe Side, ic. While their most renurtable euooeea Jbas been shown In cndng CURE — r ^*^r *^^^ mm wm^mmmmmmji Blck Headache and relievo'all the troubles Inof- dont to a billons Btate of tha system, such u rH7.riTx*Bn Nausea, Drowslaeaff, JDlati— -~— in in tbe Side, ic. While t o Buccees hag been ehovra ii SICK Hoaanctio, yet Oarter'a Litfla tlvor K0» «M equally vnJuableI^.ConflUpatlon,curii]gandpra. venting thlsaranyjDKComplainti-wMlathey&so correct alldiBordersoithestomacJi^timuljitothft Jlver and regulate the bowels. EvenjftheyoiUj ^ HEAD Acbs they Tronld be »lmoB tpricelessio those who BXU&r from this distressing complaint; but fortunately thoirgoodne8B3oeanotendhoro,andtJioso whooncetry thera.will find these littleplUa-valu- able in BO rruiny waya that they will not bo willing to do without them. But after allsick head ACHE Is the bane of so many lives that hers Is -whars •we make our great boast. Ourpillacureit-wUla others do not. Qirter'B Little Liver PJIls aia very small and very easy to take; One or two pills inakoa dose. They are strictly vegetable witt do not gripe or purge, but by their gentla action please all who use them. In vials at 25 cents T five for $1. Sold by drnggtats everywhere, or sent by mail. CARTER MEDICINE CO., New York. SMALLPILL. SHALL DOSE. SMALLPRICE TEXAS FARM LANDS At present valuation will make men. rtoh during :* the year 1891. The most conservative'admit ttie i truth of tbia aaucrtloo. ' ' W 1 ft is now known that the f nest whtat land iatinatrUJS, and suitable for all small (fralnsand fruits and in'< many instances cotton aro In North and West Texas! Teiaa farmers iiave an enormous home'm&r)tet ; ' aswellas. •.; - . _ ;"..•'• ••-»"r-'C,-- Tuielue Thousand Miles of Rallroail and Ocean Outlet ,, iortheir surplUfl'Crop. Hera farmers "are liable to $ •work out of T doors every day In the j-oar. and stock?' run on erase from January to January. Many/ farmers in Kansas and in the north-west are i " .... UJ\.t D AU IXU>UCU*CI «*JIU 111 uuu HWI vtl'fTt^lt, ^lv DullIUK"* whatever equitythcy have In tteir farms, buying thecbeaoTandsof Teias. And In many Instance*^' clearing the price of tbe land from their ftnvyetn'^ \ crops. Tbe.Iatesccensua shows that few fanner» in;i; Teiaa. have their farms mortcaftcd. . The fexa«i^ i fchool f tind 18 tbe larfreft of any commonwealth In^ses the.world, aeereiratlnff In cash andilands some Blxty£3.| mllllons'of dollars. State taxes are ten caoM on tbe:','-^ , hundred dollars. ... •.:^^ f We simply a«t as Agents in the Sale••Ekadtl Conneqnently (rtve the eame attention to tbe inter-?! eet or tne buyer or investor as to the seller.; We'^ have now for ealegoodaitrioiiltunil lands for from* time toten atiHars per acre, according to locfttton.,'% I TheselandBwilldoublcin value in three ye»r».>We lr *i <»a Invest money in lilcocradc first montages Ita^-S, ' non-resldenU2»iariiK;JO,p<-r«?tt. Wedonoljmakftw »ny charge forooinroiSBlODB from buyers orJenderas?> of money. 1C yon want afarmorarj3ortea(rewrrt« rt -ft i ns. KortWorthcityproperty a specialty. Wei*fer Jig by permission to the First National Bank, the CitrS-ip National Bank, tbe Merchants National Bank, nil of *« [ FortWoTtb, and the FortWortbChamberof Com-'''"-- merce* Correspondence Solicited. f , THOMAS J. HURLEy,"' } i NEGOTIATOR UluNtcrpAij BONDS, .COMKKiictAi- PAI'KB, .^fOKTQAGXS AXU' BEAIi UISIAIE^' -v Hurle; Offlce Building, Forth Worth. Texif. ? .' GOLD MEDAL, PABIS, 1878. one of tie BEST MEDICMS mi mm PAIN AND INFLAMMATION, both Externally and Internally. It is safe and Kf tain in its action. ForBurns. Aisoning, Erysipelas, Inflimmation of the Eyes or Bowels. £arache; Deafness, Rheumatism, Pains in Side, Back, or Shoulders, Piles, Sore -Throat, Croup, or Bronchitis. Pnce 25 cts. and Si. at all druggists. E. MORGAN A. SONS. Proprietors. - PROVIDENCE, It. I. ^ •«"•«« "t TBADESUPPLIEDbrROSS GORDON, LaFhyette, Ind. For sale by B. F ILeesling- CAPTAIN JAMES CARROLL. The Man Elected to Represent Alaska in Congress. At a convention held in Jlineau, Alaska, on the 8th of ©ctober last forty delegates, repre- sentingf eig-lit thousand citizens of Southeastern Alaska, elected Captain James Carroll to speak for those neglected people in Washing-ton. Captain Carroll is charged to put the wrongs and the needs of the Alaska citizens before the President and Congress, to urg-e the extension of land laws and timber laws, the establishment of some adequate judicial code and system, the extension of the mail rentes to outlying settlements, and to ask a seat for himself as Territorial Delegate in the House of Representatives. The Chambers of Commerce of Portland, Seattle, Tacoma and Port Townsand immediately indorsed the action of the Jimeau convention, and added their memorials to the President and Congress. Captain Carrol], says 'Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, is one of the best- known ship commanders on the Pacific coast,, where he has been for the past JAME9 CARROLL. A "Punkin-Hoad." New Haven, Conn., is celebrated for having- given the name of "Punkit, Head" to all New-Englanders. It ort^ inated from the Blue Laws, which enjoined every male to have his hair cut round by a cap. VVhen caps vyere not to be had they substituted the hard shell of the "punkin," which, being put on the head every Saturday, all hair wbich protruded wasclipped close to'the shell's edge. Peters, in his-"History of Connecticut," says: "What real religious virtue was supposed to be derived from the custom, I know not: but there is much prudence in it: first, it prevents the hair from snarling; secondly, it saves the use of combs: and, thirdly, it can not incommode the eyes by falling over;them; and, fourthly,- such persons as have lost their ears for heresy and other wickedness can not conceal their misfortune and disgrace," Breakfast Cocoa i ™ r-^° r Perf ection Syringe Ifee^Jtli »yeir ; . Bottle. Prevents Wtrlctnre. Cures UoxorrbcMi, «sd Gleet in I to 4 daym. Ask your Dnur-rlft.. iorit. Sent to. any addresii for 81.OO. AJdrMs «**LYDOB JIAMUF'G CO..LANCASTER.a| The ?7onaerJui "Changeable Flower." During the summer of 1890 the botanists made a wonderful discovery in'Te- hauntepec, having established'the fact beyond a doubt that the native "piata" has a flower that changes its color three or more .times :each day when the weather is -favorable. In the morning- it is white; at noon it has changed to a deep red; at night it is .blue. It is even claimed that some individual^ trees of this species have a flcwer that changes t» many intermediate hues during the night. There are only two hours out of the 34, from 11 a. m. to 1 p.-m., that this rarity gives out'a perfume. DEAD SHOT right, at the seat of difficulty, is accomplished by the sure and steady aim of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy. Don't fool around with a pop-gun, nor a -"Flint-lock,"when this reliable "Winchester" is within reach! . Dr. Snge's'treatment of Catarrh in the Head is far superior to the ofdinaiy, and when directions are reasonably well followed, results in a permanent cure. Don't longer be indifferent to the verified claims of this unfciiling Eemedy. The worst forms of Catarrh disappear with the use of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy. Its mihl, soothing, cleansino- and healing properties effect a perfect and permanent cure, no matter how bnd the case, or of how lon<j standing. It's a remedy that succeeds where everything else has failed. Thousands'' of such cases can be pointed out.- That's the reason its makers back their faith in it with money. They offer $500 reward for a case of Catarrh which they cannot cure. It's.a medicine^ that allows them to . take such a risk. Doesn't common sense lead you to take such a medicine? . "An advertising fake" you say. Funny, isn't it, how some people prefer sickness to health when the remedy is positive and the guarantee absolute. Wise men don't put money back of "fakes/' And '• faking"• doesn't pay. i from -which the .excess of oil has been removed, is ^Absolutely Pure land it is Soluble. No Chemicals are used in its preparation. It has j more than three limes the strength of Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot or Sugar, and :is therefore far more economical, costing less than 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. MONEYS • cwi b€ r.KmfA at our SKWUneofworl:".' f mpidlj and honorably lif. trioae. <,f' cnlter DCX,-.voun(r or old, and in Ujeir-' nlocalitlc»,wlkcrtircrtiie7llT«,AAyl We fumlsb tvco-tliinfr. Wo »lnrt you. No ri»k. Yoa'c^dBvota '• >™iri.|)«remoi>,cni«,or«llyourlim<.lo-lliQwiirlt, Ttilm..a • ™ .li.Tr'*™™" d ^ S " W °" dcrful •*"**» "> "MTWOlK?:'•'•' jiio/mrnt mid ttach you KltKK. Ko »p ™"i o ™i n.l-orru.lLoo K11KK. TK.UE J: CO., Al'C Do M test or — IN— . . STOCKS, BONDS, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS? II so, trade witn a reliable firm.who have hnd ten •' yeare experience, and are meinbers'of tlie Cliic«ii,i board of Trade and Stoefc Exdiwgo. w"o do business strictly on Commission. Refer to Illinou f Trust and Savings Banic, Chicago. C. A. WHYLAND & CO 10 Pacific Are. - Chicago, n/a. We send fres of charge our Daily Market Rcoorf : ij^d Circular on application, . • Interest alloivcd on monthly balances. Gnue; Hide fortunpuhBTehcen mndett work for n», by Amm PnB ,,, Al ,, tln , imd Jno. Bonn, Toledo, Ohio ut. Otbtnaredolnpaiu-ell. Why not you? Some piini-aw f 100.00 k inontb. Von ciui do the work and l[v< t liome, vlicrnvcr you nrv. Even bfl- em nre onilly earning from fi to dnv.All B K OI. Wgiliow you how nd Btni't you. Can \york In tmnre thno oral) Ilk' lime. BIp moiu-v lor work- 5, r f.-,,, F """" ! ""known niiionp them. - .>.,«oi PERFECT MANHOOD , Mlddle-aued and Elderly men who arc surrerlnj; from, the etTccf-" or youthful foil IBB or excesses or maturer years, and now tlnd their miinlt rigor deorciwcd and, wno are troubled with terrlblo dniln.innri los»cs,you can be pernmnentlj- restored to PKKPJEUT MAIVHOOD, at home, wlthoni exr>»nure. at Intvent co«t, by l>r. Clt»rkc'« approved methods, tested and proven In nearly 4C Year'o pructlne (Eatnbiicned 1661), Th Chronic, Acrvoiii imd Special Dlsenses. If lo need of mertlcal aid, send lor Question lla IO.TOU can ful>y describe the ayreptomsof rourpai tlcnlar dlnense to me: Consultation tree"** —"in 1 Hours, 8 to 8; Sundays, 9 to 13, Addre«L F. D. CLARKE, Ml. D., 186 8. Ctark St., CHICAGO,.. JOSEPH filLLOTT'S STEEL PENS. GOLD MEDAL, PAflis exposmoN, 1889. THE MOST PERFECT OF PENS. I CUBE RUPTURE DR. HORHE'S ELECTRIC FUSSES Have Cored lO.ooo R»ntnr«s In 15 Tears. iHnffflrwl wl£na<toul>]e rnpt»r&5 ypnrs. TovrEloo^ trie Truss cured me In 31fc montts. : ,1 (i.Pnir.rOT " Sept 24, '90. Clmttaniioca, TenD. •Tonr XlTCMc Trnss cnrod niy niptiirf! utter unffcrlnK ISyuors. UBS. J-DOJJGHTT." Absccoii! K. J. OcUS, '80. "lam cnrtxl $nan<1 and well by -wonrlnj; ymir;El'tctrloi !TUSS. K. HABYEr." BavVj city, lov a. . AUR, 17,'90, Thconly ei*nnTno Elnrtrlo TrnNN HnA Itclr C!DmbInc4 nth^wot-Nt. 6O-pAB;ulIIiiKtrAt4^1 l>nnkM«>n.1;i>v«>.fl«Mxle4t«' DR. HORNE, INVENTOR. ISO WABASH AV£., CHICAGO.
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