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Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, March 6, 1891
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How's Your Liver? fe the Oriental salutation, ; knowing that good health cannot exist without a : healthy Liver, When the Liver is torpid the Bowels are sluggish and constipated, the food lies in the stomach undigested, poisoning the blood; frequent headache ensues; a feeling of lassitude, despondency and nervousness indicate how the whole system is deranged. Simmons Liver Begulator has been the means of restoring more people to health and happiness by giving them a healthy liver than any agency known on earth. It, acts with extraordinary power and efficacy. NEVER BEEN DISAPPOINTED. As acerieral family remedy for Dyspepsia Torpid Liver, Constipation, etc.. I hardly ever us« anything else, and have never beer, disappointed in the effect produced; it seems to be almost a perfect cure for nil diseases of the Stomach and Bowels. W. J. McJiLKOY, Macou. Ga. Gone — all the painful disorders and chronic weaknesses peculiar to the female sex. They go, with the use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. Periodical pains, weak back, bearing- down sensations,; nervous prostration, all "female complaints" are cured by it. It is purely vegetable and perfectly .harmless — a powerful general, as well as uterine, tonic and nervine, imparting vigor and strength to the whole system. It costs you nothing if it fails to give satisfaction. It's guaranteed to do so, in every case, or the money is refunded. It can be guaranteed — for it does it. JTo other medicine for women is sold on such terms. That's the way its makers prove their faith in it. Contains no alcohol to inehriate ; no syrup or sugar to derange digestion ; a legitimate medicine, not a beverage. Purely vegetable and perfectly harmless in any condition of the system. World's Dispensary Medical Association, Proprietors, No. 663 Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y. There may be other good Cough Remedies, but there is no other that will cure a Cough as quickly and effectually as Dr. White's Pulmonaria. This great remedy has cured thousands of hopeless cases of consumption, and brought joy and sunshine to many a home. It has cured others, why not you? It is entirely harmless, and pleasant to take, and larger bottles for the price than any other, and every bottle warranted. by B. F. Keesliug ar.d D.E Pryor. BE SURE YOUR SIN is known! It you hare Evil Dreams, Losses, are Impotent, lull of Fears, Undeveloped or Btnnted, Victim of llxcess or Contagious Disease, you can escape alt Consequences by our •£xcl-usfve find Successful Methods for Jfome [OUR NEW BOOK \gggixtt<&. WILL FIND YOU OUT! ||?J.HU£ltS ^^ ^ __-^*" -1 ^\. - M ^^ VEGETABLE A LESSON. COUGHS AND COLDS. 35c. end SI. at all druggist*. E, mSM & SOUS, - - Proirieto, PBOVIDENCB. R.L T»iDKSUPPLIEDoy ROSS GORDON, LaFayette, Ind. For sale by B. F Keeslinfr I stood in tbo cabin where Poverty's hand Was holding :md swaying tbe scopter of poVcr— Was crushing, it seemed, by a demon's command. The spirit of nil and the joy of each hour— And I thought, us 1 gazed on the floor and the walls, How bitter—how cruel is Poverty's sting. How barren this cabin compared with the halls Where Wealth is the master. Hit: rulnr—the l\in&! But, lo, as I mused, thr-rf entered Ihe room Sweet Love and Content In their beauty and pride, While Courage w:is holding the hands of :i groom. And Hope was inspiring il.fi words of a bride. Enraptured I jj-nzpil on the beautiful sccno; The bride and the rsoosn '.it the carno**. command Of Love, who was crowned as the r--,lcr supreme. Were breaking the scepter In Poverty's hand. I stood in the cabin each Jay as the, years With all their troubles were hurry'"!? p.ist. And taw, through the dangers, the cares, and the fears. That Love will be loyal if Courage will last. The scepter was broken, and Poverty's power Was forced from the cabin; the bride and tho grooci With Hope and Content, each moment and hour, Were aided by Plenty in flllict: the'room. The cabin hns fallen; the bride and tho groom Now live in a mansion that's stately and grand. The beauty tidornlng the walls of each room Tells plainly that Love is still holdln? command. With Courage and Hope and with Love and Content, With hearts that were fearless and hopeful and true. They tact, all the dangers with changeless tn- tent, so taught a lesson to me and to you. —Detroit Free Press. OOOD STAYERS. How Cousin Jabez Put in All tha Time Thero Was. "There's one thlnj about it," said Aunt Hannah P.irsons, "if Cousin Jabez Thayer comes do\vn from Berkshire to stay over we shan't have no place fur 'ira to sleep. He weighs two hundred and fifty if he docs a pound, an' it takes an unomary bed tcr hold 'im; an' he snores—I've heard 'is wife, that wuz, say—like a burrowed bear, so't he has ter-hev a hull room tcr his- self. With Uncle Kiyal's folkses a-com- in', an' all the rest I don't know how't we're .gpin'.-ter work 'ter lodge 'm. We've, made up extra beds a'reidy in the back chamber an' the summer dairy, an'—" "Oh it's easy enough to get along with Jabez, Aunt Hannah,'" said Aaron Taylor, who had just dropped into the old tavern long- kitchen. "Jabc will set up all night if he hes some one ter talk to. He beats all for scttin' up. I "shouldn't wonder if he'd never say noth- in' about goin' tor bed if nobudy said nothin' tcr Mm. I should like ter see it tried. I'll agree ter cum over an' give him a pull till midnight, an' the boys here ken git up along, one at a time, ter keep 'im company, an' he never'l think what time 'tis till breakfast's reddy." "Ez big er hand ter hold on, Jabez is, as old Billy Karthburne used to be," said Uncle Torn Knowlton, bracing- one of his broad shoulders against the casing of the kitchen door. "Lie used ter live tip Moose Medderway, an' he never knew when-ter-come nor whcn-ter-go. One orful rough Janurwary night, full onter 0 o'clock, I heard a hell-upon- airth of a gcc-up an' gee-whoa-in' right out in my door-yard. I kctched np cr candle an' held it above my eyes an' opened the suth'ard door an' peeked out' When ther light hed insinocated its way thru' the mist a little, what should I see but Uncle Billy with three yoke cr cattle riffht ther in the chip- yard. 'Twos rainin' like swill, an' er freesin' es fast es it fell, but he stopped his team out ther by the well sumwhers, an' cuia along up ter ther door. •Thought I'd drop in, cs long es I v^as down this way,' he sod, sez he, "nd I uarsn't leave them dnrned critters in Uie road for fear they'd cut 'a' run 'n* go hum 'n' leave me ter foot it. My folkses wud be scairt ter death tcr hev ther team eura 1mm without me.' " 'Cum in,' sez I, -an' he cum in. " 'Real,' old-fashioned Jannerwary thaw,' sez he, beginnin'ter take off two or three top-a-most coats. 'Ther wind blows out er ther northermost corner er sun-risin' enough ter enter man in tew', an' he sot down, an' ther 'e sot 'n' sot. "There was a pitcher, an' pepper an' cider a-brewin' on the hairth, an' I told 'im ter help hisself, 'n' he help hisself till the tears ran down his checks. 'Amazin' warmin' tcr ther stomach!' he'd say once in er while, nn' ther he sot, V the old clock struck ten, an' after considerable of a spell—'n hour er so—it struck 'leven. The cider wuz all gone, V I didn't offer ter git no more, 'n'my wife begun tcr kivsr the back log, 'n' ht> begun tcr put on ln<j top-a- i-. co"ts—'n' the clock struck twelve afore his hell-upon-airth of a gecrnp an' wuz over ther hill an' outer '—H.B' he, throe mild frum hum then." "Vis, <ie wt/~ a master hand to stay," said Uncle l>cn Dennis—who came in to light his pipe with n coal from the open fire—"but. he con I (Li' 1 :, come up ter Lysander Hail. Or:.-: time when I was 'sossor, an' the ti-ne »VTIE ^Lout up fur 'era tor come t-.-r wear tcr their list, some cr the fcrmws that aJhis wait till the ol-i cat i:- roar about dead afore they Cera.- 1 n;> tir tho scratch, coma draggin' silong the very Jast arter- noon and >;vca.in'. There was William Hennery Crocker an' Linus Brigga an' little Tom Upton, an' they all had swore so-heJp-me-and-so-fortb, an' gone, an' my wife said: 'Well, it's nine o'clock, an' they must ';e the end on't.' 'Not by a long chalk,' says I. 'Lysander liull all us brings up the rear.' So she put ther buckwheats a-risin' for breakfast an' went off tcr bed, en i tipped my chair back in the corner 'n waited till after tor;. I kept 1 a listenin' an' after a spell I. heeril a pair of old cow-bida boots com in' along on the .frozen ground—.stomp, clump, tramp, scrape— an' in com-? Lysand, anil sot down and began to t-ul! the news,, an' I didn't saa uathen". I.i'ot Byrne by it talk™ ni-iti !Kin<. i-r.iui'- just, watx-h«(l the clock •.Vrii.Vk "levc-Ti. D.T;' he 1:i. !;<•«! -.m 1 the Ions, "' ;L.'..'I : i'.i •'I'.:'! :ID byme by 1 said: 'Its een a most to- morrer, an' this is the last hour, a.n' thfc last half, an' the last quarter of it ter day. If- you've got any partickerler business afore the honorable board of 'sessors for Ui'ix year, its high time 'twas 'tended tew.' "Tor be sure! Ter be sure! thiiukeo,' said Lysand, and he straightened up — he was a master tall man, an' held up his right hacd, an' when he got through he sot down agin, he did, I swan, an' the clock struck twcjvc, an' he sot an' he talked an' the clock struck one, and he kept on settin' an' kept a talkin', an' I swan the aid clock run, tloir.n! You see 'twas er one day at a time wooden 'rangement. an' I allus wound it the last thing afore I went ter bed, so I got up and wound the cloek and kivered up the fire an' lighted uu extra candle an' .said jest as polite us 1,1cm: w how: 'Mr Hull. \ve should be pleased ter have you spend the night with as,' an' he Hz up upon that, an' se/. he: 'Xo, I thankee, much obleeged, I must be agoin'. and ofE he went, an' 1 heord the "old cow-hides goin' scrape, trorap. clump, stomp over the frozen ground. I never heerd the beater that, an' if .Tabez can beat it I hope you'll let 'im jist fur the sake of the story." "When I lived up tcr ther norUi part cr ther town we was nighcst nabors, a quarter of a mile er so, to Cap'u Dick Pearl's," said Uncle Nat Dimock, who had been attracted kitchenward by the chorus of laughter that followed the ex-assessor's story, "an' he'd tome over on some arrant, airly candle lightin', 'n say he couldn't stay a minit; an' he'd keep holt er the latch er the door an' stan' there an' talk an' open ther door ;in" get half out, 'n come back an' shet the door an' talk, an' one 'n another wud go off tcr bed, till there wouldn't be a, soul left but aie. An' one night [ vow if I didn't go to sleep in my cheer after he'd opened the door an' .shet it more'n twenty times 'n hadn't sot down at all; an' when I woke up he wasn't there — so I s'pose he managed somehow to go. One winter's mornin' he come over to our house afore light — we was a-eaten' brekfust, I know, 'n he sed he wuz in a. great hniry ter borrer er log chain, 'en I a.xed 'im sunthin' er rmther about his quarrel with Uncle Jim Caldwell about a line fence, an' he took cr cheer an' entered inter pertickerlers. an' I'll be hanged ef he didn't keep it up till my wife lied dinner on ther table, an' his wife come after him, an' he hadn't lied a mou'ful ter eat thct day." ''That puts me in mind of Joe Frin- dla*,-' said Aunt Hannah, who was up to her elbows in the bread tray, mixing rye and Indian into a sticky moss that was sure to turn out the most excellent of brown bread. "When he was a young spark he used ter go to sec Hannah Simmons, an" he would stay 'n' stay, 'n' never know when ter go 'home. One hot summer night, after he'd been a- reapin' rye all day, he was tired, I s'pose, 'n' he dropped trsleep in his cheer, 'n' snored like all-possessed. She went 'n' fetched er pillar 'n' put under "his head, an' then she fetched the old-fashioned long-handled dash churn an' set it down beside her cheer, 'n' put on it her little white dimity ruffled cape 'n' ap'on, an' hung "her little cap on top er the dash an' went ter bed. He woke up at day break an' see what the joke wuz, an' he pet the cape 'n' ap'on 'n' cap in his pocket 'n' went off. She told on't, 'n' it got all around, 'n' every budy had their fling at Joe, 'n' we all thought 'twould Ireak xip ther match. But he kept a goin' ter see her jest the same — but mind ye, he kept awake — an' after a considerable of er spell they wuz engaged. She sed she had ter promise ter hav 'im ter git her property back." "I uster know her," said Zebediah Marcy, who happened to remember that his wife wanted him to ask Aunt Hannah for her rule for -'riz cake," and so had made his way from the bar-room to the hospitable kitchen. "She was own cousin to Darius Glazier. A great hand to visit, Darius was, an' he had the greatest knack at allus happening in about meal time. He never would hitch his horse, but would drive up, drop his lines 'n' go in. 'Grimes,' he would say, 'any hoss thet belongs ter me has got ter stan', 'n' if they don't know how to stan' at fust they've got ter lam.' One dark, foggy night in March he cum inter our house an' sed he'd been er-tradin' hosses with old man Hammond, the grave-stone maker, an' he reckoned how he'd got er hoss that would stan' an' wait till he'd hed time ter bargain and sell er gravestone. He laughed about it all the evcnin,' an' told stories about all the hosses he'd ever owned, an' hain't he larnt them on 'em ter stan' that wouldn't ter begin with? Amazin' fond of er a hoss, 'Pauz wuz. 'N' at last he made up his mind ter go, 'n' I lit the lantun, an' we -all went out, wife an' all, ter see the now hoss. Darius went ahead, an' when lie got where 'twas 'twan't there.'. " 'Why ' ' • tarnal critter's gone,' said he, 'Grin. . I wonder how long she thought she'd otter wait tor hev a grave-stun sold?' "We thot she might hev gone ter the barn, or under shed, or inter the sheep fold, 'n we all hunted. 'Twas darker thin tar,- 'n the fog- wuz thicker then black sheep's wool. We lit up a lot er pine torches thet we use, you know, when we go a flshin' in ther night, ''n 'twas. comical 'nuff ter see. us prowlin' all over the primises with ther slush up to our knees.,: .Jest ••asvwe^concluded that she had started for Monson, ter her old home, my 'bby, Joe sung out thet he'd found tracks 'he' couldn't count for, leadin' down toward the river, an' Darius sed he : guessed she' .was so dis- gnsted with her new master, she'd, sot out to drown herself .' Wall," we all followed along arter the tracks, an' half •way ter ther river they struck off fur the left, an' we followed a half-mile or more, an' ez sure cz I'm a sinner we fonnd ther critter a-standin' stretchin' ner neck-over the burying-ground fence. 'Good hoss,' said Darius. 'You know your bizness—you sold a stun, an' then you come tcr set it lip. Ha! Ha!' " "Why, here's the stage a-comin' a- reddy." said Aunt Hannah: "an'here's Jabex. Su ghul ter sc-e ye. .labcz. We've tfifil :tll Tlv. voniig f.-i|!,--;..-s ;i.hr>nt you au' your, stories, an' we hope yon won't forget a single one on 'em." Jabez needed no encouragement to be entertaining. He kept a' laughing group around him from the moment he entered the old stage tavern. "The bakin's got to go on all night tcr be ready fur the ball supper Thanksgiving night." said Aunt Hannah. "There's pound cake to bake and brown bread, an' a load of pies, an' its true ez preachin' that there is more than twice as many folkses in ther house £•/. there is beds—nut thet any house could have too many friends at Thanksgiving time, only it seems ter be .in ara:i/.in' lucky time ter entertain Jabez." ,lal.Kv. f ir his part talked and talked without liis stock of stories beginning to run dry. Ilis listeners were attentive and responsive. To be sure, they C'hii.ngecl o.if now and then; from time to time he found himself looking into different faces, but the laugh never failed at just the right point, and Jabez felt that, he was the life of the company and was glad he had come. The time slipped away fast, and it did not seem long before the six o'clock breakfast was ready. Jabez always was blessed with :i good iippetite, and it never occurred to him to think whether he was eating breakfast or supper. Before they were up from the table the Norwich stage came in, and after that there were comers and goers all clay long. That night was the ball. Jabez and Aunt Hannah led the first figure, and Jabez danced all night, and .the next day he went home. "Never hed so good a time in my life," he told his mother. "They was all master glad tcr see me. an' I wuz glad I went." "Where'd you sleep?" asked his mother, who had been brought up in the old Connecticut stage-tavern and was naturally anxious to know all the particulars. "There wuz such a house full Niece Hannah couldn't hev put you inter her best bed?" "Why, no, she didn't," said Jabez. "I didn't stay all night, did I? Why, 1 must hev, fur I went of a Wednesday and now 'tis a Friday. I swanny! I hadn't thought on't, but I hain't been a-bed since I left Berkshire. I've done a powerful lot er talkin', I hain't been behind hand in the ea.tin' an' I've danced a good deal, but I'll be blamed if I didn't put in all the time there wuz, for I hain't slept a darned wink."—Mrs. Annie A. Preston, in Springfield Republican. : _^_ _^______ H« Dc»])ined Flattery. "Now^ Jimmy," said a Texas mother to her croupy son, "you just take this ipecac, and I'll say you are the noblest and most intelligent boy in the United States." - "After that I don't think I need the ipecac. What.'s the use of nauseating me twice?"—Texas Sittings. A TINE PIECE: o : IS INDEED .A LUXURY COMES AS NEAR BEING A FINE PIECE OF PLUG TOBACCO AMONG DEALERS THESE GOODS ARE ON THE MARKET IN ONLY ONE SHAPE, 3x12 FULL 16 OZ. PLUG-THE MOST CONVENIENT T0 CUT IN POCKEJ-PIECES_OR_ CARRY WHOLE, JBC.-FfflZER&BROS. 1 Lonis?flie,ft. U.IIiill«tt,t- < Snug llttlfl rortunr't]nveh«mn)Rde(u wurk Car u«, bv Amm I'ngt, AuMIn, Vurtfl, HIH 1 ,1,10. Huitn. Toli-Oo. Ohio. «« cut. Olli.'ii.nrf iluta|tn«wcll. Why <tt v«u? floiufl ,-IM-II ,,VLT I 600.00 a iiiitli. Vnii mil do ilio tvork Rnd live l home, M-lii'ri'wr ym: nre. Rvon bc- nnprn nro I'UBlly tnnihiir from i--> to lomlny. AllQKt-s. Wi'tiliow you how Mid ctni-l you. Cnn w.irk ill *piiri'l<ma or nil lln- lltnfl. Hip tiiuili'.i for \vni-k- erH. t^ntlurr uiiUiiown inimnp: tltt-m. NIvW Macbeth's " pearl top " and "pearl glass" lamp-chimneys do not. break from heat, not one in a hundred; they break from accidents. They are made of clear glass as well as tough, as clear as crystal. They fit the lamps they are made for. Shape controls the draft; they are shaped right. Draft contributes to proper combustion; that makes light; they improve the light of a lamp. But they cost a dealer three times as much as common chimneys, and, as they do not break, he is apt to be anxious lest they stop his trade. Diminished sales and less profit are not agreeable to him. There are two sides to the question. Haveatalkwithhim. Plusburu. GEO. A. MACBETH & Co. This popular remedy never fails to effectually cure Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sick Headache, Biliousness And all diseases arising from a Torpid Liver and Bad Digestion. The natural result Is good appetite and solid flesh. Dose smu.ll: elegant" ly suur coated and easy to swallow. SOLD EVERYWHERE. CARTER'S ITTLE IYER PILLS. CURE Bide Headache and relieve all die tronblag tQOfr dent to a bilious state of the uystoin, such 04 Dizziness, Hauseft, DrowslnasH, Distress oftec eating. Pain In the Side, &c. While their most HUEartable success has been shown in cux&g SICK Heactacho, yet Garter's Little Liver PiUa ara equally valuable In Constipation, curing and preventing thisannsyinff complaint-while they also correct all disorders ottheBtomaclJ^tiroulatotha liver and regulate tte bowels. 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It lias more than three times 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, MOSIGAL A Systematic Primor c-f '.be Typical Forms of Modern Music, hy V,'. B. U. y.:::':K«i. Price, SO cents. Just published. A h.vKI'i,E COPT will be sent pOiTpuid for fi:S r'.B., provided this pnpcrJa mentioned. GBADKB CATALOQUKS of STAliBABB MUSICAL OOa-pCSlTIOSS, Vocal .and Instru- mcntnl, will be sent i'ltES toany address. ARTHUR P. SCHMIDT, 15 West St, Boston. Mass, iBFECT MANHOOD. 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Also tlj* BLI* fruit tiiid-mi'.ieriil land,* on tlj** contini-iit tor snte on favomble term.s. : XAHMZBS! will) ;UJ tliy ttettlin; t'«-t a hoijur im thu stiimy South, where blizzards HIHJ iiv cir.4 plains are unknowii, .*" t ' Tilt- Queen & Crescent Route Is W Jill** JIM , SJionest anu Quickest Line Cincinati to New Orleans Time 27 Hours. Ktittre Trainb. BHgpage Car, Jfay CoHcli^'- i utd Sleepers nm"through wli,lj<n')l cha lice. Hi'Miles the Shortest. 3 Hours the Qnitk«wr. Cincmnaii 10 Jacksonville, Fla. Time T, Huur.s. Phe only Iliw niiinin!; f-olld Trim s and Tiirniw ONLY LINK KKUM CINCINNATI TO •Uiattano^a. Tenn.. Kort Payne: AJa.. Meridhm. Miss.. TickliHrK. lllss,, olirev(-|*rt. La. •ai Miles the rihorti'si Cincinnati to 'Lexington, Krs 5 Hours Quickest Cincinnati 10 KimxvlHK. T-ni^. llti Miles the SinirlesT Cincinnati to Actenw xn<t Augusta, Ga. 114 Jllles tbe Shortest Cincinnati to Anninoa Ala.' •2fi Miles the Shortest Cincinnati to I'.l Ala. 15 Miles Shortest OlpKlnnall to Voiiil*-. Direct connections at New Orleiins a For Texas, Mexico, California..-.: Trains leave Central Pnlon De.|>oi, Cinctiinaa, . crossing the Famous High Brltlw of Kenttlckr,•;' and rounding the base of Lookout Mountain. Pullman Boadoir Sleepers on all Through Tnt'n*.-, Over One Million Acres of Land In Altwma. id*, future Great .StJite of the South aubjwi t«' lire-emptlon. Clnsurpassed climate Kor Correct County Haps, Lowest Rati>s nrwl rail particulars addres. D. fi. EP'WARIW. !•.-«.-• PasfienKer & Ticket Agent. Queen i Crescent Route, Cincinnati, n. BABY CARRIAGES! We make a specialty of manntto* turlns Baby Carrlaizes to «eujB- rect to prlvuto imrtleo. You ' ' can, therefore, do oettcr with nu than with a deal c r. We send Car-' •rlaKes to all points within TOOpiUoii of Chicago frea of charge. 8eov> for catalogue. CHAS. RAISER, Mfr., 62-04 ClybonrniTC.. ( TEXAS ^ FARM LANDS At Dresent valuation will make men rich dnrlMT the year 1691. The mo« conservative admit tlKI truth OX thU assertion. ...... .o ... ft Is now known that the f nest wheat land in the anrU nod suitable for all email sralnsand fruits and J»; many instances cotton ure ' ^_ ' '. In North and West Texas Texas farmers biive an enonnous hozuG aswellas Twelve Thousand Mites of Kai/road and Ocean Oulltt . for their surplus crop. Here farmers are jWejUx workoutol: doors eve-yiiay in- the year, and stock -... run on i»rass from JuniiHry to January. Many farmers in Kansas and in l.he north-west are BeUInK • whatever equity they have in tneir farms, baylnK the cheap lands of Texas. And in many instance* clearinp the price of the land Irum their flrtt- years crops. The latent census shows that lew farmeni-.to ,; Texas have their farms morwased. The "*-™ c * J1 eohool fund is the Invest of any comnionwealtllin „ the world, acirreBai-ini,' in cash and hinds some Me? • mlllionD of dollars. Stale taxes are ten cents on. tho hundred dollars. • „ : . , ; We simply act, as "Agents in the Sale of lart; Consequently Kive the same attention to the Interest of the buyer or investor as to the seller, "we- have now for ealeeood agricultural lands for from •tlinxtoten ilollf.rs per acre, aecmdmir to location. -. Theaelandswilldoubloir; vuhie in three years. We ;;; can Invest money in hi-h CTado ilrat morte»Kes for non-residents Ixartnn 10 per crnt. We do not raake ..,.any charge for cornmissio us f mm buyers or lenoej* of money. If you want nliirraoramortgace.wrlte.... us. FortWarthcityproni-rtvasi>cclalty. Werefer.;- by permission to the First National Banlc,tho OUT -, National Bank, tbe Merchimts .National Bank; aUpf -. Fore Worth, and tho V'nr. WortbCuamber. of COIB*-, merce. Correspondence s-'nlji-itcd. ' ." TMOCSAS J. HURLEY, ' - NECOTtWOJl WrKlCli'Ar, BoXW, COMMKKCLU. FAI-EIi, 310KTfiAi-:BS -iS» MAT, ESTATK. -. Hurley Office Euilrfimj. Forth Worth, Texas. ••- Our Malydor Perfection Svrlnjje free with «v«ry v bottle. Prevents stricture. Cures «ouoirlt«e» : »nd Olcet in 1 to 4 d«y»- Ask your Druggint ior it. Sent t,o any address for 8LOO. AJrtrwa «ALYDOR MAMUF'B CO., LANCASTER.O. • • A • | pni « HAll BI I W till I I Etl §• » IVI I C I'll I I 11 R \f I 1 Im I ajid doiuirality, by thoM of' ' ' J -^ ,«, vouiiKnr vltl.ftiid tn,thfl*f mwm •«» » • •—• - one cnn <to lh« work. Jinny to lew*. ',^-- f , We fumiili m-nrlUinp. We nUrt you. No ri«lt. You run devoW >v-j v*ior iil»itrc mmii'enm, or at) your,lime to tin? work. ThUlfl««L, ; "• ;.;^i r-inlix-iviu'vvlciid^iii] brIiig*-«-on(J*'rful«uc«'3ftiocvci?-worl»e..--' --'- ; "~ Hi-irlrii'cm nrft aiming from ttiZ ty *:>0 pcrwwU and np«-«rtt> ( und moniatlwn liUlo CxntriincC, W< cn« ftinil* j'Oii lhe«m-^ iilovtiiriitiiinJ teach you MIKK. Xo niHTCoto «x])Jdlii JierB.-.-l'uU'.- infonmitioil K1CKK. XJfCK A'. CO^ Al-'UtSTA. MAlKB. Do Yoil test or 8 IN STOCKS, BONDS, GKAIN AND PROVISIONS '? If so, trade \vilii a reliable firm who have had lea .. . . ctjy Trust and Savings BanK, ChicaRO. C. A. WHYLAND & CO. 2O Pacific- Avo. - CWoag-o, We send fre: of charge our.Daily Market Report: »nd Circular or. application. : 1 iiterest allowed on monthly bnl.inc^s. I CUKE RUPTURE DR. HOME'S ELECTRIC Have Cured J O.OO'' HimrjireK in 15 Te "I mffcrM with a itouhlo nintnro 5 yosM. Torr trie Tniw nirea me to 3>h mouths. 3. Q, T'" 1 ' Sept. 24, -SO. _ Chauan "Tonr El-v^-le Trnss cured my rnr.t\irft srter 15 years, llss. A. nocnnrr." Absecou, K. J. '"am cnnxl snirnrt and well by wnrtnsr ynnr OYUSS. K. HABVKY.' 1 DOTlR C|IJ, 'iOVa. A1!(J. n. ThconTv <r,.tiii'nc Bloctrl.. Tfiw »ti«l licit Com i'-wo^. . DR.HDRKE,[NVENTOB 1 l80WABASHAVE.,CHICWD.f

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