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STEVENS & BARE, Prop's
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If paid in Advance, only 1.00 per year?
One Tear, if not in Advance, $1:50.'
oix jionins, in AQvance, - - -.75
Three 3Ionths, in -Advance, . .50
Adverting .Rates pnApplicaiipn.
U. P. TIME TABLE.
GOING WEST MOUNTAIN TIME.
Express Dcpt 8:l.- A. 3L
No. 3 Overland Flyer 9d0 p. at.
SSr-OTW' " 825 a.m.
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P.0?1?.86 OgaUala, Juleskurg and Sidney on
Overland Flyer Dept. 5:45 a. m.
No. 2 Mail and Express " 755 P. 21.
Stops only at Plum Creek, Kearney and Grand
fDaily except Sunday.
J. C Ferguson, Agent.
NESBITT & GIMMES,
SOUTH PLATTE. - NEBR.
Office oyeb Foley's Store.
C. M. DUNCAN, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office: Ottenstein'6 Block, np stairs. Office
hoars from 9 to 12 a.m., 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m
Residence on West Sixth Street.
NORTH PLATTE, - NEBRASKA
A. J. LAPPEUS, M: D.,
DPliysiciaix dfe Surgeon
Office in Hinman's Block, Spruce St,
Does a general practice. Chronic Dis
eases and Diseases of Womea a Specialty.
F. m. GEAY,
Has now associated with him Db. F. L. Cabt,
late of Omaha, who is an expert crown and
bridge worker and a first-class operator.
All work will be. guaranteed satisfactory and
Office over Conway Sisters' Millinery Store,
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
NOTICE TO TEACHERS.
Notice is hereby given tliat I will examine all
persons who may desire to offer themselves as
candidates for teachers of the common schools of
this county on .the THIKD TUESDAY of every
R. H. LANCFORD,
Prof. N. KLEIN,
Instruction on the Piano, Organ, Violin or any
Reed or Brass Instrument.
Pianos carefully tuned. Organs repaired.
NORTH PLATTE, - - NEBRASKA.
Pure Crystal Lake Ice delivered in
any part of the city.
Ice Cream made to order from pure
t cieam and delivered.
Leave orders with R. A. Douglas.
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA, JUNE 16, 1888. .
Notice is hereby riven that br virtue of an or
der of sale issued out of the district court of
Lincoln county, Nebraska, on a decree rendered
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inerein in iavor onuecirac xxauonai. xuk, ol
North Platte, for the sum of $707.35 with interest
thereon at ten per cent trom April 12th, lhas. ana
in favor of. Wm. Neville for the "sum of 1 191.90
with interest thereon at ten per cent from April
lZth. 1883. in an action wherein said first na
tional Bank was n lain tiff and Louis C. Baver
and others were defendants; I will at one o'clock
d. m. on the 2d dav of July. 1888. at the east door
of the court house, in North Platte, Lincoln'
county. Nebraska, oner for sale at public auction
to the highest bidder for cash the following de-
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scnueu real estaie as me property or eaia xjouis
C. Bayer described in such decree to-wit: The
west twenty-two feet of lot 2, in block 104, in the
city 01 Tiorthirlatte, Lincoln county. meorasKa
Witness mr hand this 2Jd day or max. 1888.
D. A. Bakek, Sheriff.
194 HOAGLAND & KI68E, AttTS for PUT.
Notice to Non-Resident Defendants.
Daniel H. Dickinson and Mollie Gafford. de
fendants, will take notice that on the 24th day of
May. 1888. Lena O. Dickinson, ttlaintiff herein.
filed her Detition in the district court of Lincoln
county, Nebraska, against said defendants, Dan
iel S. Dickinson, Mollie Gafford and Sarah E.
Dickinson and others, the object and prayer of
which are to foreclose a certain mortgage execu
ted by the defendants, Daniel S. Dickinson and
Sarah Hu Dickinson, to the piainuit upon the
undivided half interest in all of lot one (1) and
that portion of lot two (2) lying east of centerline
of county road runningacross said lot connecting
the bridges across the north and south channels
of the South Platte River in section nine (9). in
town thirteen (13) north, of range thirty (30)
west; also the whole interest in lots five (5), six
(6), seven (7) and eight () in block number four
teen f 14") in Miller's addition to the city of
North Platte, all in Lincoln county, and State of
Nebraska, as platted and recorded in the office of
the county clerk of said Lincoln county, Ne
braska, to secure the payment of a certain
promissory note dated, March 31st, 18S6, for the
sum of nine hundred and eighty and no hun
dredths dollars ($980.00), and due and payable
in two rears from date thereof, that there is now
due npon said note and mortgage the ram of
nine hundred and eizhty and bo hundredths dol
lars (980.00) t for which sum, together with inter
est irom mis uaie, piamuii prays ior a ciecreo
that defendants be required to pay the same, or
that 6aid premises may bo sold to satisfy the
amount found due.
Yon are rennired to answer said petition on or
before the 2d day of July, 1888.
Dated North Platte, Neb., May 26, 1888.
Lena O. Dickinson,
By Chuboh & Bixleb,
In the District Court of Lincoln county, Ne
The First National Bank, North ;
Platte. Nebraska, a corporation
duly organized under the laws J-NOTICE.
of the United States
George Pickitt, defendant, will take notice
that on the 2d day of May, 1888, the plaintiff
herein filed its petition in the district court of
Lincoln county. Nebraska, and that on the said
day the clerk of said district court issued an or
der of attachment for the sum of $230.00 with
ten per cent interest thereon from Oct. 18th. 1888,
in said action pending in said court wherein the
First National Bank, of North Platte, Nebraska.
a corporation duly organized under the laws of
the United States, is plaintiff and George Pickitt
is defendant, that on the 11th day of May, 1888.
the northwest quarter section 24, in township 9
north of range 34 west, belonging to defendant
was attached under said order.
You are reouired to answer said petition on or
before the 9th day of July, 18S8.
Dated May 21st, 1888.
194 Nesbitt & Geikes, PJffs' Attys.
the District Court of Lincoln County,
Joseph Hershey, John H oilman!
and Newell A. Davw.partnere.
doing business under the name
of Hebshey & Co.
ttTfrm'.AT, LtTDWio Fbese.
M'ehanl Lndwie Frese. defendant, will take
notice that on the 26th day of March, 1888. J. J.
O Rourke, county indgo in and for .Lincoln
county, Nebraska, issued an order of attachment
for the sum of $23.70 and ten per cent interest
thereon from February 4th, 188, and $35.20 and
seven per cent interest thereon from March 12th,
1888, in an action pending before him wherein
the above named Hershey & Co. were plaintiffs'
and Michael Ludwig rese was defendant, -and
that the southeast quarter section 32, in town
ship 10 north, of range 30 west, belonging to said
defendant was attached under said order,
whereupon their cause with all papers filed
therein was duly certined to tne aistnct courc
of Lincoln county by said county court for fur
ther proceedings. .
xou are required 10 answer me peuuuu uiuu
herein on or before the 9th day of July, 1888.
Dated May 21, 1888.
194 Nesbitt & Gbimes, Attys for Plaintiffs.
Blacksmith and Wagoi Work.
Horse-Shoeing A Specialty.
Shop on West Front Street, west
of the Jail,
NORTH PLATTE, NEBRASKA.
Billiard and Pool Hall,
J. C. HUPFER, Prop.?
Keeps none but the finest "Tiiskies,such its
JiOBINSON COUNTY, TENN.
JT. V. MONARCH,
0. F. G. TAYLOR.
WELSH AND HOMESTEAD
Also fine case goods, Brandies, Rum, Gin
Etc. St. Louis Bottled Beer and
Milwaukee Beer on draft.
NOTICE OF SALE UNDER CHATTEL
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a chat
tel mortgage dated on the 1st. day of March, 1888,
and duly filed for record in the office of the County
Clerk of Lincoln County Nebraska on the 3d day
of March, 1888, at the hour of 10 o'clock in the
forenoon of said day, and executed by David
Cash to Thomas Palmer to secure the payment of
the sum of $288.75 on which there is now due $244.75
Default having been made in the payment of said
6um, and no Buit or other proceeding at law hav
ing been instituted to recover said debt or any
part thereof, I will sell the property therein de
scribed viz: 132 head of large cattle and 62 calves
of the spring of 1887 and being all of the cattle
owned by me and kept on Magdalena Bretemitz
Homestead Claim in Logan County, Neb. subject
however to mortgage to Wm. B. Conklin of
$326.00 and to mortgage to C. F. Iddings of
$111.00 and to mortgage to B. I. Hinman for
$2400.00 and to mortgage to W. E. Beach npon
which there is now due a balance of about $700.00,
at public auction at the Union Pacific Railway
stock yards in the city of North Platte, Lincoln
County. Nebraska, an the 23d. day of June 1888,
at one o'clock p. m. of said day.
Dated June 2d. 1888.
Application for Liquor License.
Matter of Application of Bcnj. T. Albro for
Notice is hereby given that Benj. T. Albro did
upon the 4th day of June. 18S3, file his applica
tion to the Board of County Commissioners of
Lincoln county, Nebraska, for license to sell
malt, spirituous and vinous liquors on lot ten,
block nineteen, in the town of Wallace, Lincoln
county, Nebraska, from the 18th day of Jane,
1888, to the 30th day of Apnl, 1889. If there be
no objection, or remonstrance filed within two
weeks from June 4th, 1388, the said license will
212 ' Benj. T. AiiBBO, Applicant.
Corner Sixth and Spruce Streets,
NORTH PLATTE, - - NEBRASKA
Sample :-: Room,
N L. HALL, Manager.-'
Having refitted our rooms
throughout, the puhlic is invited to
call and see us.
Kept at the Bar.
tXeithVBtek, Front Street,
;,NpRTH PLATTE, - NEBRASKA.
Bids will be received up to noon of
June 20,1888, at the county Clerk'5 office
for the erection of a bridge across Cotton
wood Gulch on the public highway.
Bridge to be built with cedar posts and
mudsills, and to be twelve feet wide with
good railing. Each bid to be accompan
ied with specifications.
The commissioners reserve the right to
reject any or all bids.
J. E. Evaxs, Co. Clerk.
Bv order of the Board.
P. WALSH, -
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Estimates on "Work Furnished.
Shop Corner Cottonwood and Third Sts
east of Catholic church.
nsrows the time
to have your friends come to
-0- Kansas and Nebraska -o-
as eastern lines will sell tickets and ran
5EHI-MTHL7 LAUD EZCUBSIOXS
to all Kansas md Nebraska points over the
'The Ovekland Route,"
Until .Tnlv 1. 19SA tiflrnta urAA V.-
sions will be good thirty days for the round trin.
and can be used ten days going. When purchas
ers are ready to return,, these tickets will be good
five days for that purpose. If purchasers wish
tc; stop shorty of destination on our lines, agents
wui stamp ucKera gooa to return trom such
J. S. Tebbetts. E. L. Lomax.
G.P.&T.Agent. Ase't G.P.&T. A.
"We can wait no longer. We are forced to do it. Pres
ent circumstances make it necessary. After
waiting long and anxiously for summer
weather we can stand it iio X
longer and consequently
have decided to
War on Clothing, War on Hats, War on Furn
ishing Goods, War on our entire Enequaled
Stock. We must turn our goods into
money and this is the manner in,
which we intend to go at it:
READ! REPLOT! BE WISE!
25 Per Cm
OFF OjY FACE AND EVERY-PURGEASE
This is no idle talk, no "fake", but a true, honest and
honorable 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT SALE.. .
We have had an overload of spring stock
and must do this to redeem our
selves. For one week
Monday, July 18th,
Come early and secure the best bargains. . All
goods marked in plain figures and the
cash discount taken off before
your own eyes. . v
THE PALACE, L. F. SIMON, MGE
LUMBER B! COAL.
Li lit i ,
LIME AND CEMENT.
Rock Springs Nut,
Rock Springs Lump.
YARD ON R. R. TRACK WEST OF DEPOT,
HA! HA! THE BEST OF ALL!
It did not take five years to discover that the
Jewel Grasoline Stove
was the only safe gasoline stove made, but in 1887, the first year it was
introduced in North Platte, FORTY-SIX were sold, more than was sold
of all others combined. We have them with either drop tank or the
pneumatic, and in the language of the poet, "no pump to get out of or
der or gas forced through the room," but can prove that less gas escapes
from it than any stove made and can show it has many points of supe
riority over all others and prove to you that the Jewel is
"Xle : Best : Stove : std.e-
They are all guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction and will consume
less gasoline than any stove in the market. Call and examine the late
improved Jewel and be convinced and you will buv no other
By the County Superintendent.
Prof. N. E. Leach of St. Pan, Neb.,
will be hero to conduct the Lincoln
County Institute. The Professor is said
to have no superior in the state as an in
stitute instructor, and every one interest
ed in education should attend and note
the superior manner im which the insti
tute is conducted.
Failure to attend the institute means
failure to secure a school in the county.
All those who are looking forward to the
fall term of school, with the expectation
of teaching should note this fact.
A school officer who does not attend to
his duty promptly is not a proper person
to hold so important a position, and
should resign in favor of one who will
attend to the business intelligently and
energetically. It is not an office that any
person very ardently desires, there are
no pay and no thanks connected with it,
and yet having once accepted the place
there is no excuse for negligence.
Lincoln County Institute will be held
this year commencing June 16th, with
Professors Leach of St. 'Paul, Neb., and
Allwine and Byerly of North Platte, con
ductors. Every one who expects to teach
next school year will be required to at
tend at the opening and continue regular
ly to the close of the same . It is the in
tention of the instructors to make a
special effort to teacli teachers how to
teach, how to classify, bow to carry into
effect a course of study, and how to make
a complete report. These reasons are
sufficient to warrant us in saying that all
who teach in the county this year must
attend the Normal.
It is the intention of the Sup't of
School to use every effort to have an ex
hibit of school work at our Institute and
also at the county fair next fall.
Teachers, keep this fact in view and pre
serve specimens of j-our work and exhibit
it. This is a new departure in this coun
ty, and one, too, which will ba productive
of great benefit. Get your specimens
ready and send them to me without delay.
All those teachers'who are engaged in the
work at present,, are earnestly solicited to
have their pupils prepare work and either
bring it or send it in before the close of
A Fine Ranch.
The following from the Ogalalla Reflec
tor relative to the ranch of E 31. Searlr ,
will be read with interest by-the many
friends of that sentleman in this city:
"A ride over E. M. Searlevs rauche
shows that he has improved that tract of
eleven hundred acres with a particular
view of making it a stock breeding farm.
He has it fenced into pasture, grain and
meadow lots, the latter containing about
two hundred acres of excellent native
grass, while he has under the plow about
one hundred and ninety acres ; ho has ten
acres of young timber a great portion of
which is ash, and all making a splendid
growth, the remainder of the tract is de
voted to pasture. He has a large barn
and will this year add much in sheds for
his stock accomopation. Mr. Searle is
giving particular attention to horse breed
ing having now sixty good brood mares
and one of the finest Norman stallions in
the state, the get of which are exception
ally good and attractive. He is also
making the breeding of Durham cattle a
specialty and has some, very fine thor
oughbreds and grades are to be found in
the state. This farm is but three miles
from town, and it is but a question of a
few years when Riverside Stock Farm, as
it is named, will be one of the noted stock
breeding farms of the west. Mr. Searle
takes much pride in improving both stock
and farm, which pride is sure to reward
The Northwestern Aailroad.
From present indications there is but
little doubt but the Chicago & Northwes
tern railroad will extend its line from the
present terminous, Albion, Boone county,
towards Denver this season. The action
of the Illinois Central road in filing arti
cles of incorporation touching thesame
counties through the state, has evidently
awakened a spirit of rivalry, that will re
sult in both roads making the dirt fly at a
lively rate before the season is over.
There is much connected with the move
ments that are now under consideration,
which assures a lively time, between not
only the Chicago & Northwestern and the
Illinois Central railroads, but the B & M
as well, this season which we have neither
the time to mention, nor liberty at the
present time. Suffice it to say that Mr.
Lusk, one of the directors, with other
officials of the roa'd spent Monday and
Tuesday looking up statistics and other
matters relative to railroad affairs. They
were favorably impressed with the pros
pects and within a few days at most, we
expect to be at liberty to give the public
a bit of news that will be flattering to the
country along the line between Albion
and Broken Bow. Broken Bow Republi
'Mashed Both Feet.
Another victim of the car wheels was
added to the list last Sunday' morning in
the person of a stranger answering to the
name of Sidney Gardner, who was beat
ing his way east. When a freight train
pulled away from the water tank, Gard
ner, in company with another man took
their positions near the train and looked
for desirable brake beams to ride on.
Gardner grabbed for the iron rod beneath
a car, and in attempting to swing under
fell backward with both feet directly on
the rail, the wheels passing over the in
steps of each foot and mashed them flat.
He was taken to Hoover & Duckworth's
office, where his injuries were dressed,
and moved to the Grand Central Hotel.
He is doing as well as could be expected.
The county authorities are caring for the
unfortunate. New Era.
A Frontier County Cyclone.
We learn from Jim Urmson of Moore
field, of some almost miraculous occur
rences connected with the young cyclone
of last Saturday evening. The corn crib
on his father's place, containing some 400
bushels of corn, was lifted free from the
ground and carried a distance of several
rods and dropped, .literally smashing it
into splinters and the corn scattered for
rods around. Also some 4x4, 20 foot
timbers, were taken up from the gronnd
where they were lying, and broken into
kindling, and strewn over several acres of
land. A carriage belonging to a tree
agent also received the impartial atten
tion of this strange freak of nature, for
when it was found it was in just the con
dition of the deacon's one-boss shay.
Considerable damage was done on some
of the neighboring places, but definite
circumstances were not learned. Stock
Mrs. Jerry Hinton, of North Star, has
some fine youqg chickens. She takes a
good deal of pride in them, and when
they began to disappear a few days ago.
mysteriously and with alarming regular
ity and proportions, she very naturally
got up and read the riot act. Whoever
or Whatever was at the bottom of the
matter, transacted his, her or its business
at night. Finding no other way of solv
ing the problem, she took some blankets,
a wagon box and a pitchfork and went
into camp in close proximity to her pre
cious live-stock She went to sleep "only
to be awakened by a row in the hennery.
Grabbing her pitchfork, she charged on
the unknown and unseen, but certainly
present enemy, and soon found herself in
pursuit of him. He was a pole -cat.
Right here is where Mrs. Hinton showed
the blooe and bravery of a heroine. A
pole-kitty is a dangerous thing to pursue.
But the one in question had appropriated
her chicks without even offering to settle
the account by either cash or note. She
therefore determined upon his extermin
ation. He was exterminated. The pitch
fork and Mrs. Hinton. did it. But it was
several days before the atmosphere in her
immediate vicinity seemed to be freighted
with the balmy and enrapturing qualities
that usually pertain to the hills and dales
of this section of sunny Nebraska.
In West Virginia, on the Great Kana
wha river there stands a huge sycamore
tree which is hollow from its centre to
outer surface. This has been utilized as
a residence for two men, a woman and
two children. They live, eat and sleep
in it, and to all appearances are as happy
as any family in a brick front or other
substantially built houfce. On being in
terviewed a short time ago, one of the
men in answer to a query, said, "Yes, we
are pretty well satisfied with our quarters.
The landlord never threatens us with a
writ of ejectment because we don't pay
the rent ; wo never have any repairs to
make; the house never needs painting;
the tax gatherer never bothers us, then
we never have the bother of moving.
Taken altogether, we think we are better
off than a great many people.
The number of pupils returned by the
county superintendent for Keith, county
last year was 1,226. And this year the
superintendent of Perkins county returns
1218. This shows an immense increase,
as Perkins county is less than half the
size of Keith county The band-boys
received their instruments last Sunday
evening. They were, made by Jules
Beautee, of Paris, and cost $270. The
cornets are silver and all the other instru
ments are first-class in every respect.
Those having instruments are all old
players and with a little practice will
make good music Assessor Boes-
wetter furnished us the following items
from Grace precinct assessors roll: Per
sonal property, $13,000; real estate $40,
800. This shows up pretty well for one
precinct in a new country. Grant Sen
tinel. Talking about strikes, it is the farmer
after all who moves the world. If he
would go out on a strike and refuse to
raise a crop for a single year, it would
undoubtedly produce a more disastrous
effect than would result from a universal
sirike of all the labor organizations com
bined. In fact he would paralyze the
world, yet there are many people who
don't know how much more our prosper
ity depends on the farmer than it does on
the dude with the cane and waxed
Last Saturday evening the severest hail
storm swept over Curtis that has been
known here for many years The stones
were in many instances, as large as wal
nuts, and quite a number of windows
were broken in town. Many horses be
came frightened amd broke their fasten
ings and a good part of Sunday was spent
in looking them up. Curtis Record.
"Grandmother" Mark, aged 94 years, of
Juniata township, the oldest citizen in
Huntingdon county, Penn., who has seen
her children, grand-children, and great
grandchildren grow np to manhood and
woman-hood, occasionally stops in her
work to relax her limps by indulged in
the Fisher's hornpipe and Highland fling.
Account solicited and prompt attention given
to aU boainesB entrusted to its care. Interest
paid on time deposits.
Made at the Very Lowest Rate of Interest.
Mr.'and Mrs. Wm. McDonald of North
Platte spent one day last week visiting
Mr. and Mrs. I. K. Neeleyj
The genial face of Harvey Harden is
again seen on the Flats. He has been'in
ill health for some time but we think the
pure air of Nebraska will be very invig
orating. Pleasant View Sunday School is pro
gressing finely, large attendance, a nice
new organ and a splendid chorister. All
that is necessary to make it complete is
the new singing books which the commit
tee have some difficulty in settin? the
Mrs. H. B. Plant Is still confined to the
house suffering from a severe sprain.
The tree claims in this vicinity are
looking extremely well. The Crete men
have been cultivating the Ho3ford claims
of which they have the care.
Some of our neighbors who have been
working on the roads near North Platte
were stop'ped quite unceremoniously and
told to quit work or receive no pay as
there was no more money in the treasury.
for that purpose. This will be a little
rough on our roads.
Tlje Republicans around here are be
ginning to wake up in regard to political
Two of our sturdy old bachelors were
putting on lots of shape last Sunday with
brand new buggies. We wonder if this
means anything. Ciucket.
June 11, 1888.
From the Pilot.
Capt. St. John made entry under the
tree culture act, last Saturday, of a quar
ter section of Uncle Sam's domain, in
range 16 north of the North river.
On Monday morning Elder Amsbary
received a dispatch from Mrs. Amsbary,
at Florence, Colorado, informing him
that his little son was very sick. The
Elder went west on the first train.
Mr. J. S. Kinne and Mrs. A. W.Kinne
visited North Platte one day last week.
Conductor George Hartman has bought
a fine buggy, horse and harness, for Mrs.
Hartman's use wfiile he is on the road.
Broach, the photographer, has been
rusticating at Paxton the past week. He
has taken views of several business housed
and residences,, among them ho took the
residences of Dr. Harris and Howard
Miles, the Lone Tree Ranch and Lookout
We understand that the school board of
District No. 11 has had some trouble
about accepting and paying for the school
house which has just been built by bond
ing the district. One of the board claims
that ihe house was not completed accord
ing to contract, and that one of tho other
members of the board was an interested
party in the contract contrary to the law
made rnd provided. If half that has
been said is true, and we have our in
formation from reliable- sources there
has been some crookedness on the part of
some that have been interested in the
building of that house . The tax payers
of School District No. 11 should investi
gate this matter to the bottom and see
wherein the fault lies.
Tuesday eveuing about 9 o'clock,
freight No. 22, coming from the west,
brofce a coupling about one mile west of
Paxton. About half a mile from Paxton,
after the front part of the train began to
slow up, the rear cars came up at the rate
of 20 miles an hour, striking the cars in
front, totally demolishing two box cars
loaded with coal. The rear brakeman
was on top of the runaway and had suc
ceeded in setting several brakes. He was
tkrown down and pretty well shook up
but was not seriously injured. A tramp
who was stealing a ride in a car that was
next to the ones wrecked was badly
scared. He said he thought the day of
judgment was at hand for him. For
tunately no one was. seriously injured
The train was delayed several hours on
account of the accident.
"There is no Cure but Marriage."
How many a pompous old fraud, with
an M. D. attached to his name, has offered
this time-dishonored prescription to a
pale haggsrd girl, suffering from the ills
of womanhood 5 How many a wretched
hell on earth has thus been started ! for
no marriage can be blessed, either to hus
band or wife, which is taken as a pill.
Out upon such quackery! There is a
cure for suffering women a cure which
will make marriage the greatest of earth
ly blessings, and home the sweetest of
Edens. Its name is Dr. Pierce's Favorite
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black clouds of life roll away before the
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Dr. Pierce's pellets the original and
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a vial ; one a dose.
Is Consumption Incurable?
Read tho following: Mr. C. H. Morris, New
ark, Ark., says: "Was down with Abscess of
Longs and friends and physicians pronounced
mean Incurable Consumptive. Began taking
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, am
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work on my farm. It is the finest medicine ever
Jesse Middlewart, Decatur, Ohio, says: "Had
it not been for Dr. King's New Discovery for
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les . Was given np by doctors. Am now in best
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