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Tlio Importnnco of purifying tho Mood can
not bo oTcrcstlmalcd, (or without uio blood
you cannot enjoy good health.
At ttila season neatly every ono needs n
Rood medlclno to putlfy, tltallie, nnd enrich
tho hlood, ntid wo nsk you to try Hood's
DamiIIov Barsaparllla. It strengthens
rcCUIIcM nmi builds up tlio system,
creates nn nppctltc, mid tones tho digestion,
wlillo It eradicates dlsonso. Tlio peculiar
combination, proportion, nnd preparation
of tho vcgctablo remedies used glvo to
Hood's Barsaparllla pocid- rr. I4-Cplf
Jar ctiratlro powers. No l V liooil
cures. It you havo inado up your mind to
buy Hood's Baraaparllta do tint bo Induced to
take any other Instead. It Is a Peculiar
' Medicine, nnd Is worthy your confidence.
nood's Barsaparllla Is sold by nil drugRlsts.
rrcparcd by 0. 1. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.
100 Dosoa Ono Dollar
Ollke,Roouts 139 nml 1.10 lHnr Illock.
Leaders in Photography.
We make n pcclnlty of the celebrated
Life sized pictures nml furnish the flnc.t
work nt lowest prices.
Boat Cablnots $3.00
Klcgant lino of Picture Frames lu stock
nnd made to order. Cnll nnd sec tit.
H. W. KELIEY&CO.
irnG O Street, LINCOLN, N1JI1.
New Jewelry Store,
1019 O Street. Established 1874.
Desires lo call tho attention of tho public to
lit now nnd elegant slock of
Watclics, ClocXs, Jewelry, Silverware,
Having more nxnii to neeniiimodntn the trndo
nnd show n turner lino thnu ever lleforo pur
Chasing. rIvo iih u enlt nnd wo wilt show you
tlio fluent lino nt lowest possible- prices.
Watch Repairing and Engraving:
Neatly done nnd nil work warranted.
Coliiiulilu llloyclug umlTrloyvlto.
RW O BU It. D. ADDIS. AGT. 829 O St.
Ladies' & Gents'
At greatly reduced prices
1043 O Street.
ART : STUDIO,
1314 O street
examine samples of our
Cabinet. Photographs reduced
to $3 per dozen
A limhv ltprr nf Matfrm Tinf,
Frnnciuniox: On Year by Malt or Carrier ftfiO
Hit months, $1,00, Three months 80 Cent, Ono
month ) Cents Invnrnbly In Advance.
ttiVKiiTiitr.MMTs: Ilntes furnUhed on application
nt tho olllco. Hocl:il ratm on Tlnm ContrAuU.
CoxTiunuTloNd! Hhort spicy skelche, xenu, nnd
slot to solicited. Personal nnd Hoclal notes nro
t'nlirmnt Wo nml n specialty of Klnn Piloting
In nil III limi'm. HiaUty w n'x a s.mlitty
Address nil continuiilentlotis direct to tho odlee.
vvismicl a 0013I.UNB,
r.niToin and rnornirrons.
Now llurr Modi, Cor. Will nnd O Hirer'..
TiiKtluiln who spends tho grontor jiortlon
of his time In "deeping hns ninny soft snupi
TilKinueh talked nbout Freddie Uohhnrdt
Is suffering from nil nlToctlon of tlio brnln.
Too much Lilly l Hiipponcd to Ik tho cause.
IIavinii i1IhkwwI of Chinese emigration'
congress should turn lUt nttentlon to Hint
other great curse, pauper cmlgrntl.n. In fact
It woul I ho n very goo.l thing to stop luil
TmkcooI nlr of tho llocklcs Is Inducing
ninny people to think nbout roturiilnt; totlu-lr
city homes. This hns lieon tho let season
yet for tho inountnlii hotel-kecer, nnd thoy
predict n still greater rush next year.
Wk slnecroly linH tho nowsmpcrn will let
up 011 discussing the question of whether freo
trndo or protection Is tho best thing for No
brnslm. Tho statu lunutiu asylum has nbout
as ninny patients now ns It cares to hniidlo.
Tiik CoimiKU neglected to noto tbo fnct
Inst week Unit tho Hloux Ulty Huiidny Hun
celebrated its llrst ninilvornnry recently. Mr.
Jny Is n Rood, stroiiR writer, fearless ns to
consequences when ho knows himself to Ikj
right, nnd Is rIvIiir tho jnoplo of Hloux City
n most excellent fmnlly newspaper. Hucccss
to tho Hun. Tlio paper sport n now head.
Tub fast llfo of tho American busincis limn
hnsottu Ix-oii commented upon, nnd Its ill-
KiiHtrous olTeetii ni-o well shown in tho entos of
ninny Wall street ninn In tho Instfaw months,
prominent nnioiiR them IicIiir Itolwrt (turret t
tho inllllonnjio rnllronil piexldent. Hut ns in
other ilcimrtiueiilH of llfo, no ono will heed,
these oiuliious wnrnliiRS, nud pnresls will
yearly claim its hundreds of victims. Oar
lott was 11 nmii with plenty of money nnd
could huvo tnkeu llfomosti'fi.sy.but hoiimtch
od hlinuolf 11 aii Inst the "Nii)xUoiis of II
imneo'' with whom Wnll street iiliouuds, nnd
Is now ending his ilnys In a mn.lhouHe.
Tuts government teems to bo developing n
great deal of bnckbono in its dealings with
other nations. Tho Chinese nro tho latest
victims nud n bill to exclude their (migration
absolutely hits irnxscd both houses. Of all the
foa'lgners who Hood this country, tho China
ninn is tho loaxt doitrnble, nud tho law is n
wlwono. There nro toJay but few natural
ImhI Chiunuieu in the United Htutes, their
principal niiu being to gather together n fuw
hundred dollars, nud skip back to China to
II vu in clover tho Imlnuco of their liven. John
does not conform to tho manners, ciiHtoius or
tlrcis of tho Amerlenus, works for Ktnrvntlon
wugi's, lives on to us most loathsome food,
and Is altogether nil object of coutemp w hero-
ever found. It will lw n good tiny for Aineri
en when tho operation of tho tiiiindnte, "Tho
Chinese inuut go" proceeds.
The uudo in art is receiving great encour
agement from tho secular press. Nearly
every eastern pajier that makes any preten
slons to illustrating Its colums hnx, in ovury
issue, a letter written in tho fuillcUm stvle,
from ono of the various Atlantic resorts,
profusely Illustrated with ortralU of Kcu-sldo
beauties nnd belles with nil their wealth of
arms nnd legs and tho various other charms
of body tho modorn bathing dress permits
observation of. Even that staid old news-
pajier, tho Now York Hun, appeared tho othor
day with a four-colum article, shuwmggnudy
nnd graceful drawing of tho underpinning of
somo society Imlles, nctresses and ieoplo with
names not nttnche1, Wo wonder whnt tho
feelings wcro of thoMi women w hoxo contour
of bly and symmetrical proortions wero
thusdlrplnyed to publlogaze, with minutely
descriptive letter-press matter. That, we
presume, is beyond tho ken of man; but it
must hnvu nu immense euVct on the young
who saw it. Nowspuors huvo great iiilluence
In mouUing public morals ns well ns public
opinion, and tho Journalism that panders t3
tho vicious side of liiimnn nnturo docs Incnl
TaiiluTai.k for Hoptember niiothcr sea
sonable nml entertaining iiumlier. Hummer is
dead almnnlenlly and Mr. Whiton treats
her douiiso with becoming solemnity in bis
oper.lng ioem; then follows a variety cf
household information tlio housewife cannot
afford to lose; "New September Menus;"
"Coffee nnd Coffeo Making;" "Housekeepers
Work for Heptcmbor;" "Now Things for
Tablo and Kitchen;" all by that famous
authority on things culinary, Mrs. S, T.
llorer. And then licr answers to "House
keepers' Inquiries" this month abound fn in
structive information. Other articles in this
numbjr, very interesting, nro Tilllo May
Forney's "Fnshlounblo Luncheon and Ten
Toilets," "Our Cooking Club;" "A Dictionary
of French Terms used in Menus;" "Beptom
tier Culinary Economies;" nlso a dcscrlptivo
paper "Jiegarding tlio ream." Tho lltorary
jwrtloncf tho magazine, too, Is well sustained.
In it nro several original stories by ablo writ
ers, together with tho cud of Jonatlmn Ens '
Dllllculty." The Prlzo Problem Denartinout,
another very attractive feature, is kept up
with skill and ingenuity. $1.00 a year, 10
it nts a copy. Tublo Talk Publishing Co.,
401, 401 & 400 Race street, Philadelphia.
Desirable Olllee l'or itent.
The CouniKH will rent desk room to any
retponslble ixrson. Desk and chairs furnish
ed. Location the most deslrablo in the city
on O street, basement floor Burr's new block.
Price $10 icr month.
MORE OR LE88 NOTED.
Wmt tlio Nowspnpem Hay of Well Known
Hon of Attain (loiilp.
John Hoblnton, tho well known showmnn,
loft nn cstnto valued at $3,000,000,
Don Mnnucl llnrlllnn, president of iClimto
mala, Is n renowned shot with tho rifle,
Tho Miuunl exKMidltnro of tho sulUinof
Turkoy'fl household is over $41,000,000.
Theodora Tilton Is much noticed on tho
ChanijH Ely ices, Paris, liecnuso of his marked
rosemblniico to M. Floqnct.'
Tho king of Hnxony linn been Invited by
tho emperor of Austria to tho chamois hunt
ntHtelcrmnrk In September.
President Ilogrnm, of Honduras, Intends
covering tho walls of ono of his rooms with
tho nutogrnphs nnd photographs of his
Henry Clows, tho banker, considers that
William II. Vnudcrbllt wnsn greater (lnnn
clcr thnu his father. "Ho mndo three times
ns much In sovon years," says Mr. Clows, "as
his father mndo in seventy."
Mr. Wilfred Illunt's nununl snlo of Arabs
6eoms to grow lu favor, although ho does not
yet obtain sensational prices. Eight mares
realized MO guineas, nnd tho samo number of
horses 400 guhioni. Tho nvcrago was C2)i
"Undo" Znch Hash, tho oldest settlor of
Cb.iudlcrvillo, Ills., romombcrs tho tlmo ho
saw Abraham Lincoln piloting nu odd look
ing flat boat loaded with hogs, whliky nud
corn down tho Sangamon rlrcr.
Tho emperor of China has n toy railway of
his own. It is thrco miles long nml Is laid in
tho palaco grounds on tho borders of nn orna
mental lake. Ills majesty Kwnng Su took
his first rldoon It in May, aecompnuled by
tho empress regent.
Tony Hart, tho actor, who is nn Inmnto of
tho Worcester asylum for tho insane, Is well
enough to umpire tho baseball games that
nro played nearly every day by tho doctors,
attendants nnd milder patients. Tony's de
cisions nro said to show good Judgment nnd
great kuowledgo of tho game.
A blacksmith nt Ovledo, Fin., nppenrs to
bo n second Ellhu Ilurrltt, Ills sign reads:
'Thurston Hulllngworth, general repairing
nud Jobbing In nil materials neatly nnd
promptly dona. Specialties Surveying nnd
photography. Information given on felon
tlflu nnd mecbnulcal subjects."
Among tho cabin passengers luthostenmcr
Pnrthin, which sailed from Sail Francisco
for Hong Kong somo tlmo ngo, wns n distin
guished Chtuamnu who registered ns Chun
Lee, Peru. Ho is raid to bo worth $1,000,000,
which ho bns 11 massed from his Peruvian
plantations. When bo went to Peru thirteen
years ngo he had but (-100.
A blind guitar player named Manjon, from
Spain, Is creating n stir lu the musical world
abroad. Ho uses nu instrument with cloven
strings. It was seventy years ago that an
other Spaniard named Lor created n sensa
tion with his guitar nml made n perfect
crnzo for tho Instrument, so that tho piano
cccracd likely to bo driven out of tho field.
Mr. Whltbread, ono of Mr. Gladstone's thick
nnd thin followers lu tho houso of commons,
is tho owner of a browcry which Is said to
pay him $1,500,000 n year. Ho Isu man of
magnificent physical proportions, but Is such
a tedious nud uninteresting orator that Mr.
Qladstono ouco thought of mnklng him
speaker to get rid of him.
Probably tho czar wns glad that ho wns
not obliged to receive tho Emperor William
nt n country seat, when special preparations
would havo been necessary for tils reception,
ns tho expense of such visits nro prodigious.
It cost tho emperor of Austria $000,000 to
entertain tho czar for three days at Krcm
slor, in 188.1, ami tho bills for putting tho
nrchblshopof Olmlltz's palaco in repair nud
for decorating and furnishing it for tho oc
casion nniountod to nearly f'.'OO.OOQ.
Mr. F. NIcholls Crouch, tin vonernblo com
poser of "Kathleen Mavournecn" nud other
popular songs, hns been revisiting Portland,
Me., us tho guest of Mr. Ueorgo II, Tliomax
Although, hays Tho Portland Transcript,
nhnosta generation has passed away since
Mr. Ci-ouch resided horo and was 11 leader lu
musical circles, tho years havo doalt kiudly
with him, nnd his friends nro glad to scothnt
his step is elastic nnd his oyo ns bright as in
tho old days, although ho is SO years of ngo.
Ho oven retains somo of tbo best notes of his
powerful and well trained volco. His life,
both beforo nnd since ho left England, has
been full of romantla incident. Ho went
very early upon tho lyrlo stage, nnd In his
youth often appeared beforo royal nud
princely audlouccs. Tho other evening a
birthday reception was given Mr. Crouch nt
Mr. Thomas', at which ho sang "Kathleen
Mavburnceu" and others of his old songs with
wonderful vigor and precision.
An Indiana correspondent tells The
Tribuno that Mr. James Whitcomb Riloy,
tbo poet, has n curious inability to form trua
conceptions of distances and directions. He
dreads a Journey more thau a child does iti
first stsp alono, nud nover feels suro of reach
ing his destination unlcsj accompanied by o
friend. Even in Indianapolis, his homo foi
so many years, bo often becomes bewildered
nnd loit, Thcro is n story which describes
him as viewing with alarm tho prospect of
being obliged to escort to hor homo a lady
who happened to S)cnd tho evening with hhn
at tho homo of mutual friends. Too gallant
to glvo expression to his fears, however, he
undertook tho mission. After an hour or
two his hostess of tho evening, being sum
moned to tho drawing room, found thcro n
very embarrassed Illloy. Ho explained that
after taking tho lady homo ho had wandered
about in n vain effort to find his own homo,
had nt last found hlnuelf again at her gate,
and wanted a guldo.
TComen as Street Inspector.
Tho ladles of Now York, who recently
formed themselves Into n Health Protective
association, rocommonded that Mayor How
itt appoint women as inspectors of street
cleaning. They aro warmly supported In
their demand by tbo Philadelphia Lodger,
which says: "Thoy understand tho business
of sweeping and cleaning better than men,
nnd having nothing to do with politics could
attend strictly to tholr duties ns inspectors.
A crent mlstako is mado lu not utilizing tc
tho full tho special capabilities of women foi
municipal government say in directing the
affairs of tbo public schools and in such in
spections as a good housewife Is qualified tc
make. Thcro need bo no question In this o(
equality of sexes, but au actual recognition
of tho inequality duo to training ami educa
tion, which makes women better fitted fcr
su:h work than men." Now Orleans Plci
Victoria In Dowdy Dress.
Tbo queen Is rathor fond of a straw bat,
and ono of the latest photographs represent!
hor at au al fresco breakfast in tho bosom oi
her family, wearing a garnlturo of this
primitive species. As her majesty Ignore!
thrones and scepters and objects to appearing
among her people clothed in tho symbols of
royalty, but prefers to hide herself in ths
Highlands and don the dowdiest dresses,
there is no doubt that another photo will
toon bo (published in which tho empress will
bo tbo central figure, sitting on a Scottish
cairn, with a Pitcairn straw bat on her im
perial head. Londou Letter.
Tbo night Ownership.
Stranger (In Hoston street car, to nged cit
izen) Excuse me, my venerable friend, but
I think you havo dropjied your spcctailcs.
Aged Citizen That's something I nover
Young Lady Thoy belong to me, sir. I
wns nbout to nsk the conductor to kindly
come to my nsslstnnco. Now York World.
A .linn of 111 Word.
"Promlso mo, John, that you will not get
Into nny terrible railroad accidents, or 1k
burned to death nt n hotel Promise me
that, John, or my heart will break I"
John promised faithfully that ho would
A Suspicious Sinn.
Thcro wcro half a dozen of us smoking and
talking on tlio veranda, ono ovenlng, whon
n young man enmo along with a bank noto
in his hand nnd nskedi
"Can nny of you gontlsmon break n twenty
If wo could wo didn't enro to, nnd when ho
bad gono tho man nt thoond of the row said:
"I've got plenty of small bills, but ho
looked llko n sharper to me."
"On tho contrary, ho had n very honest
look," observed n Hostou man.
"Well, tho bill was probably counterfeit."
"Como, now, but don't bo so suspicious of
"Uut I'll bet it wasn't a bankable bill.
Why didn't ho go to tho hotel olllco f
"My dear sir, I should bato to bo suspi
cious. Havo you any money to losoT'
"Any money which says tho bill is badf
Tho young man was coming back down
tho street nnd wo called to him. Ho still
bad tbo bill in his hand.
"Let mo seo It," snld n'oston. Ho scanned
the bill closely for ten seconds nnd then
handed it back with tho remark:
'I see. Scrvod mo right. I'll pay tho
It was a busted Canadian bank bill, nnd
tho man 011 tho end and tho bearer of tho
bill wcro confederates. Ilo3ton didn't rnlso
nny row over it, but ho retired very early
that night. Detroit Freo Press.
A Fund of Information.
Countryman (to tho celebrated nindoo
snako charmer) I s'poso you know n good
d:nl about snakes, mUterl
Hindoo Snako Charmer Snakes, sir, havo
been tho study of my ovontful Ufa I know
all about them.
Countryman Tlio hull bnsincssl
Hindoo Snako Charnior Yes, sir.
Countryman Well, I wish you'd tell a
feller whero tho body leave oil nn' tho tall
begins. Now York Sun.
Tlio Wood Arc Full of Bnch Men.
A "Blizzard" representative witnessed a
novel sight in a country storo yesterday
whero n farmer actually refused to buy h!s
wlfoa calico dress becnuso ho couldn't af
ford tho oxpenso, but beforo bo left tho storo
invested half n dollar In cigars for himself.
Our Judgment upon such 11 man is that ho
should bo kicked to death by wooden lecged
women or stoned to death in tho streets of
Gaza. Oil City Blizzard.
Tlio Croat Atluntlo Cable.
Every day brings us fresh proof of tho
great advantages afforded by tho Atlantic
cable. For instauco, n Now York dally papor
prints n cablo dispatch stating that "a now
dovico is a Louts Phillppo cravat, llko thoso
our great-grandfathers wore." If tho cablo
bad not 1ocii laid wo should havo been
obliged to worry along nearly two weeks
longer without this vital bit of information.
A Cuto Customer.
Justice Do you know that you are
charged with tho theft of npoor laborer's
Tramp Yes, slrl
J. And did you know that you violated
tho law I
T. No, slrl It was n caso of necessity,
nnd necessity knows 110 law. Boston Bud
got. I Answered. '
"Havo you any data on which to baso n
prognostication of tho duration of tho pres
ent period of oxceeslro cnlorio in tho circum
ambient ntmoapheror' asked a young woman
with spectacles of a man at tho Union station
yesterday. "Ycs'm," was tho reply, "tho
noxt train for Boston leaves in half an hour."
Pittsburg Chroulclo Telegraph.
Ills Great Misfortune.
Teacher Try to romombcr this: Milton,
tbo poet, was blind. Do you think you can
"Now, what was Milton's groat misfort
unot" "Ho was n poet." Lincoln Journal
A Smart Otflee Iloy.
int" nskod a visitor, of
"Do you know where ho Is?"
"Nopo; his nunt's dead, nn' I guess bo's
cither nt tho funeral or at tho ball game."
Variety Is tbo Splco of Llfo.
Miss Nnnnygoto, of Harlem (visiting in tho
country) Isn't this cow's milk, Auutyf
Aunty Yes, dear; don't you llko ltl
Miss Nannygoto, of Harlem An, yes, I
find it very nice for a change. Tho Epoch.
Whnt It Describes.
A now allegorical poem called "Alono in
tho Desert" is often quoted nt tho summer
rosorts this 6eason. It describes tho ml von
turcs of a huckloberry lu a hotel pie. Now
Old Gentleman (to boy in book stand) I
want a copy of "Jack, theOlant Killer."
Boy Yes, sir; I s'poso yer goln' up to tM
gamo this afternoon, Now.York World.
Consequently Could Ifot aim Assent.
Stryi.e Will you do mo a favor, old man!
timyko (rapidly) I havo not got a cent
THE YOUNQ PEOPLE.
A Yonmr rlitloioptier Tackles an Tim
Master Bobby's papa is tho happy owner of
a hatching machine,
Tho other day, ns tho former was watching
n chick energetically breaking its way
through Its shell, ho Inquired!
"I reo how ho gets out, but however did ho
go to work to get inr' Judg-s.
Misfortune- Itntber Than fault.
An Indignant parent, in rebuking a re
fractory son, oxclalmodt "Itoinombor who
you nro talking to, slrl Pin your father!"
To which tho youth rejolnodi "Oh, como
now, I hopo you ain't going to blnnio mo for
that." Troy Times.
Tim Corrrct Thing.
Mother Tommy, nln't you nslfnmed of
yourself to strlko your llttlo sister! You
ought to know better.
Tommy Yes, ma, I tloj but wo'ro playing
school, nud I'm the teacher. It's nil right.
I swell Citizen.
A podngogtin threatened to punish n pupil
who had called him n fool behind his back.
"Don'tl don't I" snld lhoboy;"I won't do It
ngnln, sir, novcrl I nover will sny whnt I
think again in my llfol" Mllwaukco Sen
tinel A Iltrtbdny Trcscnt.
A boy was teasing his llttlo brother nbout
tho shupo of his ncso, when tho llttlo fellow
quietly remarked: "I can't holp It; I didn't
buy it myself It was n birthday prcsout."
Now York Evening World.
llnnl on the Young Man.
Tho youngor society clement of Philadel
phia nro laughing heartily over an adventure
that befell 0110 of their number somo tlmo
since, 1 1 nppoars that during a local boat raco
tills young gentleman took occasion to express
in no measured terms his disapproval of the
decision of tho referee, who ruled out tho
boat that our horo was interested in on ac
count of an nlleged "foul." A fow nights
afterward this doughty champion, In telling
of tho affair wliilo sitting arouud 0110 of tho
tables of a prominent cafe, expressed his in
tention of Interviewing tho offending refprco
011 tho morrow, for tho purpose, ns ho stated
in classic lauguago, of "doing him up."
Judgo of his astonishment when 011 awaken
ing next morning (with, it is trno, nrathor
misty recollection of tho last night's
conversation), ho wns handed a let
tor from tho gcntlomun against
whom ho had cherished theso hos
tlio intentions. Tho lottor stated that tho
writer hall learned of his expressions and in
sisted upon nu iinmcdlato apology or satis
faction, whero and when ho pleased. Hero
was n dilemma truly, nnd, Pad to state, our
young friend did not fee' equal to tho en
counter. Tho paternal advlco was sought
nnd tho young flro eater, aided by his father,
a prominent lawyer, concluded tbnt, ns dis
cretion was tho hotter iart of valor, it would
bo best to prejiaro an humble letter of apol
ogy, which was sent by tho olllco boy, with
tho favor of nu iinmcdlato reply. It soon
came, Tho other jiarty kuow nothing what
ever of tho nfTnlr, and it slowly dawned upon
them that tho challongo w-as got up by somo
outside wag for tho purposo of obtaining a
llttlo harmless amusement. Tho explana
tions all round nro said to havo been very
funnr. Philadelphia Times.
I'attl'n Castle for Sale.
Mme. Paul's castlo at Cralg-y-Nos, Wales,
Is advertised for sale. The reason given by
tho diva for this course it tho fnct that sho is
being robbed by her neighbors. Thoy over
whelm her with nppcals for alms, uud whilo
sho is searching in hor purso for tho whero
witlial to satisfy theso demands the appli
cants pockot her cbolcost bits of bric-a-brao
or books. Tho park about tho castlo is over
run with )Kachcrs, and oven tho crop nbout
tho place nro being cut and carried off ut
ulght. Frank Lcsllo'u.
King Ja-Jn of Opobo, tho deposed West
African sovereign whom England exiled to
tho West Indies, hi being feted at St. Vincent
A Good llotliclno Which evory Family
Should bo Provided With.
There Im no iiiudictiio so often needed
in ovory household, ns u good rullublu
liniment hupIi sin Clinnibeiiuin's ruin
IJulni . llnrdly n wimk passes but koiiiu
member of tho funiily litis need of it
for Miuio iiilincnt. A toothache or
lionilnciiu niuy bo cured by it. A touch
if rheumatism or netiruliii quieted.
Tlio covcro pnin of 11 burn or t-culd
promptly rulloviul, nnd tlio soro honied
in much less tlmo than when medicine
litis to bo hunt for. A spniln limy be
promptly (routed boforo inllimimution
Mtts in, which insures 11 euro in about
ono third of tho timu otliorwisu ro
ijuircd. Cuts nnd bruises should ro
c.'ivo inuucdlnto treatment bo fori) tliu
purls boconio swollen, which enn only
lio dono when thu l'jitu Itultii is kept on
hnml. A soro throat may bo cured bo
foro it becomes t-urous. A trouble
conn) corn iimv bo removed by apply
ing it twice 11 day ior n week or two.
rjtiiiiMiyand glumlulnr swellings may
bo Mirprussed beforo mutter litis beuu
to form in them. Boils aro o.teu the
result of nn injury and may lie prevent
ed by timely treatment. A Initio back
niuy bo cured and several dnys of valu
able time saved. A pain in tho side or
chest relieved without paying n doctor
bill. When so much pain ami siiU'ering
imiy bo saved by tlio trivial outlay of
llfty cents, it is certainly siirprisrng that
any family would do without such a
remedy. Tlio fact is, few of thoso who
have used Chamberlain's Pain Halm are
willing to bo without it.
A Kansas City traveling man snys
Chamberlain's Pain Halm enables him
to earn $1,S00 per year. It cured hhn
of neuralgia with wliicli ho hail been an
almost constant sufferer.
A, II. Klliott of South Cedar, Kansas,
Btiysi "My father who lives near me
wus thrown from a buggy, and nearly
killed, Chamberlain's Pain Halm saved
Mr. Win. Westlako, n prominent
fanner and stock-raiser noar Avoea,
Neb., was so badly injured by being
thrown from 11 sulky, that ho could not
ralso his hand to his head, by using
Chamberlain's Pain Halm, he entirely
recovered tho ufie of his arm in two
weeks time, which enabled him to ex
hibit his stud of horses ut the fair and
they took the tirst premium.
L. O. Ilurlinglmm of Now lioston,
111., sprained his bnck so badly that ho
could not cut oil' n stick of wood,
Chamberlain's Pain Halm cured hi in in
St. Patrick's Pills cleanse thu system,
purify thu blood and regulnto the liver
and bowels. Thoy havo no equal, try
them, 20 cents pur box.
1 Eold by W. J. Turner
SHOE PITTING- HOUSE.
1 1 29 O Street.
W. J. P. Lawton, D.D.S.
Rooms 42, 43, 44, Burr Block.
levator on O St.. Tclephonc628
Artificial Teeth inserted without plates.
NITROS OXIDE GAS
Administered for painless extraction.
THE ONLY LINE DIRECT TO
TIIK It LACK HILLS AS'Ii
CENTJIA L WYOMING,
JtKADWOOl), HA I'll) CITY,
VHADltOX, lll'FFALO OAl',
Tho heart of the Coal, Oil nnd Mfncrnl regions
Through Sleeping and Day Cars on all Trains
THOUGH SLEEPING CARS.
Lincoln to Chicago.
Dining Cnrs oa Through Trains, Direct Con
nections ut Chicago for nil points
E3JL.ST1 JL.1-TZ3 SOTJO?"E-I.
CIoao connections nt Missouri Valley for 8t.
l'nul, Minneapolis, .-iiilrlt Iiku
nnd Kioux City.
GKO. N. FOIIBSMAN, Agent.
115 8. 10th Bt., Lincoln. Neb.
W. F Fitch, J. It. Huchanan,
Clen'l Manager. U. P. nud T. A.
U tho next thin? ton Bavlncn Runic. Tho only
dlllcrence U wo ulvo vnu
Real Leather Shoes
luitend of Paper Holed Rhncn, for the mnnn
or Icm dollar that the othor churi;n for shod
lien. tYonell them on tholr merits. Tho
hennest and best place- In America for Heal
Leather Hlioes for tho same amount of money
llemember the place, 101U o street.
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