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, ,-lCB I N' CUl'KT IIOUSIJ,
HAS THE MOST
STOCK IN THE CITY.
:LE1LE i'.'l'J F.ZTilll
'i dkvi.iii :!t t:' r.
ST HRANDIi Of CIGARS
AND SMOKE. 'S ARTICLES
111 " tblttivill
) always in slock
aTtkxtiox fa km ;;ku
I want your I'oultry, Kggs, 1 hit
ler nnd your f.iriu pro hue (if ill!
kiwi, I vvili 'iy yon tin? Ili'.'licst
cash price as. 1 am buying for n
urn id Lincoln.
linw Minkii ttlitth.
How do snakes climb? 1m a qiiwtioa
lich lias k fu frcqiivutly ttslted. Many
l i., ,..1.. i ,:'h i -
X...." ,..r.4. ..V ...... t" J i..-..
fi iit by vvrapj ire; themselves about the
tree and following ti cp'iul course n;i
ward. tievi ml years n,;o k story wit
tlio rounds of the papers l" client
1 1 nit t wo woodchop;ens, having felled n
lar:;i' oak tree evi r.il fi i t in diameter
wtil very titll, found in its tup two com
After pondering fur some time t! r
tni'ii nrri vt;il at the conclusion that or-"
fliuke hail taken Imlil of the other's tail,
nnd thus by co-operation they hud been
enabled to clasp the trunk. and by cir
cling about it liad ascended to tin) t,n.
Whatever probability may have u
tadied to thin conclu ion lias been ili-jn-llcd
liy tin; ohwrvu! ion of two yon:!-
lUil iir.ilinta Vshiie li.iuiiii iuuttuud 110:0
the f 1 .rent.
A black snake, measuring perhaps a
t rill over tlx feci, wast found cliu ;'t
to Um si.lo of 11 small tree, nronud whir ;
it cmild liave wrapped itulf neatly tv:"
bad it wi lled to do en. Instead of li '
tin; snake p i- 11I right and left nt i-V t
(i: .lanei s, catching tun fnld.i along 1 -
limlor parts over and belilud tho taiga' 1
UUASEi) liY HAD 1)0;
L A 1
CCCfE. OF A CI
HIS BEST GIRL
i Wlil. li :' In rrumTliut lin k
Diign ll'i ihln Siiiiirtliiun Slill
1 111 ritfuu lritti: iii' vtiiio iila 11
Tlihn In Iturklne IVIirn Out for Illnud
ho one had Kpol;en at the club for
about nn hour when n racnntciir roso to
the occasion, Lr.yin iiidc; his nipc with
a look of reret h bf;in: "
"ItH ft ri,l,"l'tr Hayintr that barkiti'!
dora don't bilo. Like otiier pn;udar say
iic'H this U 11 fall. icv mid ii.i.-deadin.
' B,irliiii iUh do not bito whili' they aiv
! bar'.;;n.i. but there is only one t'liecics of
i canim; that tnea.rs up to you and taken
i hold without Mvi-.i-,' a word. That is
which Inherit iH habit
mi:i a h'.ieej) ni;niiiii nil-
I tile Si:i)tchc':!!ie,
1 of hilent Inline f,
I CCI-t I V.
y! Riury!" ci!L'd out tho inua-
TlIK LKADING GROCER
I'latiHiiioulli - Ncbraka
TIONAL : HANK
- - i'i;ti iv .
MthTrr IH fc!tlll for th prmnp
, , trni:tlim ot llHlliniiUi .
i Banking Business
'. (ttofki.bonrti, 'M. rTrrnmmit nd locl
now boiwht um! rwtf-i
A linrmH ll'iwl nn lli wtlilc.l
tru drawn, nlllil In nr Prt '' ",r
'UK-4 Hlvm ui kll Ihe prlwlpol lwn u
'iXlCTIOWi MAD AKD mO r-TLT REMIT
Tn. ibatt markM P'l'- PM tot rnnnly
nun, iuiim'unty txiuilt.
I WukH. ' 8- wl
- 1 .xiru K. Dovpf
STAPLE AND FANCY
A iN L
, Otriul toek paid la " '
5 Authorized Capital, $100,000
bVflO HJI -
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, M rriwn. Vt'm. Vf ci.i'Ui p, W.
n I'uble Solicited
J0H3SQH EDiLDIHM SiltH S
&cts:a gesceai. Bisnsa wsina
S. i:. HALL & SON
Korp nit kliul i.l hnlMrpt Imnlw.ir on hil
&..a will lutic y I'.i ii.H. 1 i on iuoi mi
' I iriilnn
And nil Minimi H i n.irk pn.m- ll
. 1 .r l, . (...Hi til . coajory ...OileCI
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iV1 ueil ftelln ri '
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:U n , !iJl unit 2."1 Mtiu bl..
Pj3mouth f cbraska
H. K froprimor.
,rij' cliu.i,' ri.u.jnni'Hi.es 01 nai'ic.
A tin; miako rested only l.voor'
f.et o!f thu Kround oui of tho yon".;
cn kra:ii'd its tail to test its ciinibir :.
nalilii"'., but kii preat was the forco wi. :i
which it pulled upward that it proved .1
dUcult t:isls to hold it. Finally, bceo;:;
in niinoyed ut thw ill treatment, t1'
unakfl reached down threateningly at t .e
offeiidiii hands, and losing its hold f 'I
to the j;ronud. It wan borne horn" 1 1
triumph but wan afterward return'' 1
uninjured to the forest. Youth' Coti"
Tli Luily rrlutiini.
The "lady fiictotuni" is whut onr
linh iieighboni call those engaged in ; ..(
Tocation of "viiiitin houekef;r." Tii.r
in an cinplnyiueiit which has been hilo.i'
recominendi.u, and which a number c.
ladlrai in thia country a well as ir Kn,r
land Imve adopted. Such a rH-rson vici!
lalies who from ill health or noino otbei
reason are uniihlo to perform their do
mextic (luticn. Bit" oversea the ecrvaiil.;
iiiHpecU the tore and potuilbly nnder
taken Hhopplns, uiarketiiiK and the writ
in? of notes, and she performs othei
cilices which are of too confidential an i
reM)iiHible a nature tor tho ordinary
servant to undertake.
If she is a woman of energy, tact and
health she can accomplish a Rrent dei,
by vifitins a number of families fm
about an hour a day. Bha may no
far as to employ aKiMtants in marketing
and shopping, whose work she Is able t
overKee with intelligence. She U paid
for this work on even a better scuImUiuii
a visiting govern new, and if she is an
able, efficient woman in the items of in
specting stores and furnishing food t
down town prices, she can easily save 11
family half her tibcrul remuneration.
The institution of such a vocation lr
a prcat relief to many overburdened or
ill or incapable housewives, and prewn
an excellent and lucrative field to women
of efficiency and refinement. It is
place mich as an elder KiMer inl'ht lal.e
and such indeed us many elder and 11:1
married sisters do tako for no remuner
tiuu bevond "lovoand affection." New
to tell, til','" M'U'
nieinbei'iir.' I. is ci:i
fc!W!!ry of two d-;u,
that lived with an nnfri
hill, over whieli the V..'--!r
ble.is yon! I lnvo uon.
is i,ly a
"d l.Tii;'. s.
v man on a
1 was bid
. uiAste.il from ton to . uit.im nj U
a.w .me of the Ixtit hotels iu th IU'
( ..inl.-rn w 11 !' tukeP ly tlie weoK at
OunM !l iln'.. la-nei! P.iwi-il 1". Iln.t
I Ji" ni ir.noii ni.:iiilvii ! il b 1
I (ulruitej Xo lit tun.
J rhrnidn Hnr.
Tyo and ETda 1 '
A mUH r-r f"r C'n-Pi "w ryot,
rH JU,"H'.i, .' r. il Ji' ni. 01 1
(iivif 1 r,T I'.e.'.":!!.!,
lich, rrsirio Fcrut'.lsca, t'o 111?;?. '
and File-. Itisooclis l-r, nyALvZ. '
IIun(Uvdjofi'aiMfcarcb'.a cured by'
llai'uTa'lo'h .t l.'t.a: .iu"ui I.sd tJ&JL '
it U put up ia 25 ar.d l cul li.
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'Caialo(rao Bhowirg j-icturca of
otir I'iniK.a nml lelUnff about thnit
n nr vn TTT,'Tl r... ....(.-.r.1- f'.nTi'P
KT01 t'ftwd wear, ma-Lin t tlio riaitoc" ; ,i -' ...
rwro Jjrivlilo, nnd tl'vpj'inj tLo aa- V-
u'vti:,'j iioiuo of i'r.i.ct;3!.. . .,i
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(iA.'.liJi, Mil t-ll il.jX J'A i-f,.
K'l'S. and send l'iano.i ON AV-
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Tower of tli Tlnrll.,,
Oar etory of the Tower cf Br-.b?! i
known in Chaldean and Armenian in
dition as "The Slnrv of the Tower
Ton'ies." It i. o:i" of tue"arli"-:t rvj'd
H-tions of the Tiro-l.uphnt- li.i-.in
und Ls relat'-d by li'Tosuj in tint folin.v
"The firt iuhabitauts of th earlh
glorying in their own Mrent'.i mid iiz
and d"pi.in tho gols, undert.Kilt t
rain a tower whofo top fhoitll reach t'
hl.ies. Tilis tower t'uev erecteil ill t i"
p ae wh'-r.i Babylon's ruins now lr
thi.l.!y ftr-wn over tua grotind. I
erecting this monnter roadway to heave
they toiled incesKintly. Hut when :
had nnnroached near unto heaven to"
wind n-ssistel the gods and overt lire
the work ution iu contrivers; and i
ruins ara naid to Iw still at Il.ibylo
And at ahont the tame tim the g.
iiitioducvl a diversity of tonsil" anion
men, who till that tuno had till rijI:
tin) one language. The place in wl.i
tiii'V utt"!iipted to build the tower is no
called ISabyhm, on account of the con
fiudou of tonirues, for coiifiision ts by Hi
H-brews called bable." St, Louis 1
public. Nulililr In :iikIiIi Arl.liXTurj.
Sniciil'- HMe'tiirtliniirUtoiTnrv in !!;
I Ian I hie rn i.er iiiiiii' riius, LoldConge
i t ei, v 1. ) t",s 1' .r'e il's i .- - I -;:',
h I'.-i-il li. o tif to I'fi. Iu tin) h li.."
year tlie liul of .'.lunger, ono of thoil
! li liiiii'.e hi'is of Kiir William IV,
j nhoUiiui "If ill tho bead. I'l 1MIJ Lord
I'io.i 'an i, t.io lJftof his I'oiiie, j'iiu;).'d
fro'ii ft v. iiidow nnd Vroi: his i k-4.
In ltil the last L.nlof liel.iW.irr
,l -., d !:i. n-.I.', a.i'l to 1 '.'I L
Lyilliitnn, tlie iaune brotiicr-iii-iHW vt
tiltdst'il.e, e'cn.x'd from bis l". ; -rf,
threw him ilf i ll lb" t'.aireiujii of hut
own hoirw and w is l.ill' d.
A s'.ory of snicid in which H'uli'.Hnt
lsinin.ledistl.Ht of IiircH ltiudouln,
Li ir U the tlirouo of l;i:',tlu:ii. ' The
youthful prlnea loved beneath his tui
tion, and flndlnir tht love could lievor
l r'-slired sought jaoe in ths eternal
H ie ,e-i i if lliij j,rMV.. Uin.nn.iaii lu-qtiir.-r.
Thia man, who was a Cam among ins
fellows, kept two savage inastill's, who
not only barked but bit whenever it was
possible. I was courting my first wife
up there iu the Cumberland mountains
in liritlsh North America where this
happened, and had to pass the house
regularly. I drove a blooded mare that
went like a bird, and tho dogs wero no
match for her, but it was very annoying
to havo them follow me dowu tho luil
for a mile or more barking and yelpin
like demons. They would "bark at the
staL'e coaches and run long dwUnc.'.
after them, but tho passengers were wife
inside and the driver and those on tlie
ouUildo were too high for them to reach.
JJut 1 heard frequent stories of their ut-
tacking men, and being beaten off with
sticks and stones. I asked why they
were not killed and my answer was
always tho same, a shrug of the should
ers and the remark! 'You don't know
the kind of man their owner is.' It
seemed that he lived alone with his
dogs, and people feared him so inuch
they dare not go to him to complai
or call in tho provincial lawa to help
A TERB1DLE CHASE.
"A crisis came, when one day I took
my sweetheart oat for a sleigh ride in a
low pong belonging to her father, to
which was hameeaed my own sure and
swift footed mare. It was a lovely day
and we expected to make a safe and
rapid descent of tho mountain, a dis
tance of tenor twelve miles, ine air
was crisp and cold, the sleighing fine,
and we skimmed up the asceut and
reached the landing before wo knew we
had started. There we were met by the
d. 1 think it would havo been Ices
difficult to have gotten rid of a pair of
wolves. 1 dare not give my mare her
head going down that long, steep declivi
ty on frozen snow, and the dogs, em
boldened by the cold or maddened by
repeated lashings from my whi p, j nuiped
at iny companion and tore her clonk and
her dress iu mouthful. I clubbed with
my whip and l'"t them on tlio head, but
they did not even seem to feel my blows.
Their great black and yellow frames
Olid Mullinl itf MuUini; M.IIM-J-.
A man who had only a few humlro-i
dollars left out of a fortune called one
l.iy nt n banking biuw mid nuked to we
the manager, wuo was u man of con
vert utive mind and fully nciiuainU.il
with the best uild most prop tuble invest
ments. Throwing down bis roll of banknotes
he said: "Invest this lor inn. Use your
pleasui i) with it. I'm going to the coun
try for tho remainder of the summer. I
will leave, my address with' you, anil
you call let inu know what you do wilii
The man walked out and was not S'--cn
again for many mouths. His monoy was
jndieioiHy invested on bin carte blanche
onb r and be'an to iiccuintllato. The
hou-e duly informed him, according to
Its bin-mess methods, of his good lin'lc,
but- I'otai.i:; win heard from bha parson-
nil v for Mime tune.
!oiiie mouths afterwards he presented
him if at the banking house. l'0:-y
.1th beaming in his face, well dresse 1
and pori.lv. Thu manager failed to
reco;ni;; biui nt tin t, but when hi.
lin mory was refreshed bo recalled the
cil'i i:::i: tauees of the c;i:.i!.
Ivow, this was an example of a mici
V no in- 'i .-' liiaii uuiiuieil m; havings li'
(imply t uiing tue aivico or au e--
pei ienci d nnd reliable man. And thi.iis
not a colitary case. It is one of many
ouch (hat happen every day throughout
the length uud breadth of our land.
Ileury Clews in Ladies' Hume Jouruai
pi. ill licnt
i-Vl'l i I..
awver, of lv'oclientcr,
nlcr in general
i v liti ruiiH ni'veral
ji'ld.in j tvmriMic Ini't one ci me
I ..i;,.io i iidly cut nml luitneil with
1,.1'iu. 'i In wmiiul refun d to lienl.
Tlie lr ''el' bccniiic lain1 n;il -tiB
novw; i et. ndiim cniciiil mtfiition
iiiul th npi licntii-ii of n iiieilii A
f t it nd hii! tied Snwyer Mime iff
Ifnlle 'i- I a 1j W ire l.mcim r.t, tli
tiu.Ht aoi.i!( rful tliini- ever hiw
heal . uc li voundf. J If nppHcd it
only iliicc tiiiicn nnd Hk' t-ore was
i niiip.Iew.-d lii'iiK .b lAliinlly good
for i'l in". ii'tj. biiirin. nnd
wounds, lor sale by nil druggist
OUT IKIWIM'I 'I wVliIloglHt
Dr. Kiijjti N,v liK-i very
ii.ptinifi. It'i inn i.uteiu
!-. nne which in u uiirniiteeil to
lirnifr you Hutilaotiiry rceiillH, or
cure ol hrilurco u return oi.punfinse
price. On iliis o.ifc plain vTmi cna
liny from our ntM i l iv'f niggit
a bottle ol
for coiiMiu pii
to I !. ir 1 1 l'M?h I''1'" y c:c i'. v.-iien
lined for nny iiiTcction t .Thront,
Llingt-, or cliest, nith ;)i Coin-uin-ption,
I lifhi munition of LuugM I lion--hiti'
AMhinn, 'lioo'iiii;r Cough,
Croups, ets., etc. Jl in pl in nut ;ni(l
gareeablu to taslo, ni-i-leiMjv f::f
nnd Trial hollies freeuti''. G.i'i'icke
&Co' a DrugHtori.
It would be hard to say how Christian
ity-in-naine. as we usually have it, could
improve the conduct or character of the
Japanese women, who siwm always to
have ls-en very good Christians without
knowing it, if we are to believe Miss
Bacon. Perhaps the answer to the con
undrum is that Christianity ia not pri
marily a purifying force, but in first an
enlightening force; that its ideal is
virtue, not innocence Oethsemane, not
Ed'-n. The harmlossnes of the dove
will not avail without the wisdom of the
serpent; the impulse of our faith is to
ward consciousness, knowledge. No
doubt this is what the Japanese feel in
it; probably it is whut makes them will
ing to change their civilization lor ours.
They really seem a race of better and
sweeter nature than ourselves; unless
their witnesses misreport them they are
gentler, kinder, even truer, than we are
Hut something seems lacking to them,
and they look toward us for it; they
fancy spiritual possibilities on the plaue
which we tell them is above theirs. Tho
fine perfection of their art is a stunted
beauty; it has never the infinite reach
of the Greek; tho loveliness of their
lives is childlike; it has not the celestial
aspiration of the Hebrew; and no doubt
they feel this as clearly as they perceive
the difference between us and onr Ideals.
William Dean HowelU in Harper's.
ir Cure for Paralvsls.
l'r.iiik Coriii'litiH, of J'urccll, Ind.
cr., hiivs: "1 induced Nr. riiicon.
wIiom- wife hii! piii;il in in the ince
to buy n bottle of Ch.'iinbcrhinrs
ram iinltii. io their greut Hunriae
lefnre the hot lie hod nil been need
die was a ureal deal better. Her
face had been drawn to one side;
but the 1'nin Iiahn relieved nil
pain nnd HoreiiepH. and the mouth
dHPiniied its natural nhnpe." It ia
alan a certain cure for rheuiiiHliein
(nine back, Hiirnins HwellinirH nnd
latnent-(s. 5h cent bottiea for Bale
by K. G. Kricke&Co.1I)ruggiBl8.
Strength rnd Health.
If your arc not feelinir Btronr
and henlthy.try Kleclric Hitlers, if
J.n Urippe luia lelt yon weak una
weary, use hlectnc Hittere. lhi
remedy actH directly on Liver.
Stomach and Kindya' gently aiding
UiOKC organa to prelorm their tunc
tioint. If you are afllicted witl
Sick Headache, you wiil find apeedy
and permanent relief by. taking
Klectric Hetter. One trial will con
vince you that this ia the remedy
you need. Large bottles only 50c.
For aale by J. G. Fricke 4 Co.
quivered wstn temcsty, iiio cair on
their buck btood up like manes; tueir
eyeballs (leamed red and angry, and the
Koi.'.e I hey made was deafening ttnd distracting.
" 'Onl' I exi'liiiinod, 'why haven t I a
'"1 jol: i:i tho box tinder tho seat,'
cried my eoi;.;.a::i i:i, vho.vo faco was
"I lisiked quickly, and found a rusty
do'i'ihi barreled horae pistol of a make of
forty vars a;;.
"'Is It loaded:' I asked.
' 'Yes, hut don't shoot. If yon do that
man will till you!'
TWO KIIOTS FIXED TIIF.M.
"I remember thinking how like a
woman It was to tell me. whero to find
the pistol and fheiiiu-k mo not to tdvxjt.
"1 laid the reins loose oa the mare's
back and away rhe went like the wiud,
beyond my coiitrol now, and I knew she
would never stop till sho was a mile be
yond tho level gruuud at thil foot of the
"If tho pun r held to"'-thcr; if nothing
made the mare swerve from the d.uct
line; if. in fact if Providence kept an
eye on ns, and tho breaching didn't
break, wn might escape breaking our
Mt U. 1 1 inlaid Utk and .i.v tUu ilars
r:i:r.:;: r i n v.-.. t v. r. at that r'.-.d fsil -
t..,.iit . i.i. .o. .. i::: '.!. h. i
There wi ra t-.vu dark objects h;g pro:.a
on t'nn Kiinwy niad, and at quick n chii
could gather her feet under h-r my mar
nloppvd In her tracks, hhe was trained
to tl.e r.rn of a cn:i. y
"lint my coinpauion uig. d me to hrr
rv on, ar.d w wen (-oon down the lr
Cliinj i.ad biVoadt'iie reach of l'i:;;i.'
tioti or pursuit, and etrango to ir.)
one but our two selviia ever ku'-w vtie.
kill' d those d"gs. V.'e b"i.rd the mo t
IiiarveliiiiS Hi'tv.ii (it nf the slsiihler, tu
eiip.m varying from a yneeu Anno
lauski t to a cannon, but dead they w.-M
as door nulls, and their rulgn of terror
over. 1 imagine their owner did not cuix
to vcutiire out to aveng ) their death. I
i;..v boldly l i t tho hou.;e every Ujj ,
but was uevt r tnoleiUsd or oven auspfr.-t
: Mortlflo fur th Girl.
Tha late Emperor William objected to
the banker llleichroeder, and it was
only by dint of the pressure exercised
upon his venerable majority by Bismarck
tiiat Llcichroeder aud his daughter were
very reluctantly invited to court balls.
Once his guests the old monarch de
termined tiiat the banker and Miss
Dleicliroede-r should be hospitably treat
ed, and, finding that the younfc lady
lacked partners and was left to sit out
all the iiances, he himseif iu person
ordered every young officer whom he
met in tho ballroom to invito her to
iMucli to their annoy.moo the gilded
youths of the guai d were forced to obey.
They did so aft'-r their own fa.shbn,
however, and laurelling up to the lady
on nft-r another they exclaimed in f-r
from engaging or aiTable tones, "Jliwt
gracious fraiilein, by the commands of
his imperial and royal majesty 1 invito
you to dance witu inc." The poor girl's
mortilication may he more easily im
agined than described. San Francisco
We desire to Bay to the citizen,
that h r years we have been eelliu(f
Dr. King's New IJiticovery for Con
eiiinption. Dr. King's New Life Pills
Htieklcn'B Arnica Slave and Klectric
HilterH, and have never handled
remedies that sell an well, or that
have given audi universal satisfac
tion. We do not hesitate to guar
nntel them every time, andwc stand
ready to refund the purchase price,
if sntitafactory resultadouot follow
there there uae. These remdiea
have woo there grant popularity
purely on therr merits K. 0. Fricke
& Co Druggists.
ftorYlng anil t'nuklng Food.
"Cookery," says Yuan Mel. "is like
matrimony. Two things nerved together
should match. Clear should go with
clear, thick with thick, hard with hard
aud soft with soft. I have known peo
ple mix grated lobster with birds' nest,
aud mint with chicken or pork!"
This, he o'wrves, is an arrangement
in which one does all the monopolizing
and tlie othr all the yielding.
Foods of a heavy flavor ahonld bo
served separately. Such are crab or lob
ster, ramlio (a delicious kind of white
salmon), beef u.id luuilmi. Th'-, wo are
told, should ba a'eu alone, withnnt any
Th lire (.hoiil I be carefally attended
to. For frying or bakln-r. a "TTi-.lltary
fire will Im) required. For stewing or
boiling, a "civil" fire. R ich is one of the
quaint 1 li.mn oi mo i-iimeso lanuai;!).
i Yin. in) Iliir.
Pome of the most startling, io
tersting dincoveries of the life and
custoniH of buried Kgypt are now
being made through extensive exca
vatliotiw. These discoveries are
exciting a great interest Many
discoveries are, however, being
made in our country that are rv
maikahle, nmonir which we may
mention that of Halb-r's l'ain Para
ly.er which ellccts entire relief, und
in many enses n complete cure ol
that terrible disease rhetiiiintism,
a-id wlii h nlso r lieves piain of all
kinds. I or sale by all druggii-tH.
Hlimiinli n Cir:t I.l alD ty.
"MvsiicCuro" forrheunuitiKin and
neuralgia radically cured in 1 to 3
days. Its action upon the system is
renin! kohl'.- and mysterious. It re-mon-s
;it once the cnuecand the di-(-"u;ie
The first dose greatly liciielits. 75c
Sold by F, O. Fricke, I.)i uv.'g is.t. wl
That llackingCough can so quick
ly cured by Miiloh'e cure. We
guarantee jt, For Sale by F.. G.
Fricke and O II Snyder 1
Tut I r'
h"r th'lr rjiVrowt:
i u (;im ri i.jiii.l.
i.f t. '.:' ne t.r.i It d vp j
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i h i.r li"'i ' d i'h( ii '-'h 1 !
1 n i
.i r i
rAL ti ho roUrnie 1 f.t our cr
tiho fur railway Irt-i'Thtn u not tnt-
'foct'y n:tii factory, eua though you livo 3300 mCc3 .vj. Yt'ri'.j
Ivors a Pom Piano Co
( i.il Vii 1
ii' lilili li p :
t tii ' .
Ill I I A.
s? Try II.
it iA V dlt ii a
i ; I.-.' ii : .
, 1 1 1 ',,.a ,
.-,1 1 1.
(l.ivr i.ralsf-d n.d spplaeid for th"
d'ldvibl. h ml tlniii. lhbolii'sidof thiir
1..; .. f..l i i"".;i ."- p.vc. t l''i,--' rr-'.ip.
( ti,-.l ...; !'l h ifl!iil.
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i- . . m ni'i l . ',- t'i" i'i"i '' -s't.
, . , f .- ! . i-.- : i, I'li 'ii 1 -, '.) ; '
I, l ,. I li. 1 "!l '-. M'-V..
!'...!" '' "" '
' .u i) i.ii.n !. !r' hair w.d lie kinie
at"! is. s'l -. i,:', !''., r. I. 1 yicod.
Up to wlTl-in a decade or less sword-.
IL.h wein not conridercii edild", but now
few salt water Hi-! eouuniiTid a hi'rher
price. The iwoMli.ih steaks arndolicious
and brin froiu lilieeo to twenty-hve
cent h pound in Mm retail rnarkeU.
llwordi".)'.! wo f.niiiJ in ea. tt..rn watern,
from Block isbtnd to tho Canadian line.
Himdrwis of tarn devote the mimnier
mortiis to esplnrhig t'a m und tir.li for
other .-ptchsi thi rem:iinder of tho year.
Nrw York Telegram.
Hucbands too often permit wives,
mid I'ltM-nin ilit-ir ciiiiuicu, io Miiuer
from head.ii he, dizincMS, neuralgia
slecplcssnes", tits, nervou."iies:'.ncss,
when ly the use of Dr. Miles' Ke
Mnrative Nervine such serioiiH re
mits could easily he prevented.
Druj'y isls everywhere say it gives
iiiiiwis:.! cat i.diici ion ami has au
im n,"i--i- e i!e, V ( 'Ivor1 !h : Cu.,
ui f-'i.it Ynvi'i', led.; :-i'i i- i., of
Svi-.k use, .; J. C.Wi.'if.n'.ll.-id.iIe,
fich.; iuol )imi'!r'"!s of othera say:
"It is the rentes seller they ever
knew." Pi cnilii ins no opiates. Trial
I utiles and line hook on Nervous;
ditii.ue.es, Li e ut J-. G. l iacke it Co'a-
Hutu i- tvi n.fii-i.
Trice u( Uul.'pllia.
Hai'-pir.s vary In prion from a few
jk mil' s a i;r s to fs) ai'lnce. P rha
tbn hit'rpln i-! th i liiest r-serul all-urouiid
arf.Ich of r-fihilu. i -'.r. It lieivesnot
i.nlv'tho pnrjxce for which it was de-
t., hut a!".o lis ct'.ve I'e'l tt'T, r-.n-o
bi'.i loi.'.;, it'' l 'iei' iili.l ci e.i bi'c.i?:
p. i. N.-w "io.'s i','o,"l"r.
Per !i :u y y nip Mr. 15. F. Thump
um, of Des .Moines, Iowa, wan se
en ly alllicted with chronic diiirr
horn, lie t-ays: "At limes it was
very Kevcic; so much n, that I
fc; ei'd it would el d my life. About
seven years nj;o I chanced to pro
cure u bottle of Chninl erlain'a
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
IveiiR'dy.,. It gave uwi prompt relief
nnd 1 believe cured nie permiinent
ly. as I now eat or drink widiout
hnriii itnvthing I p'. nse. 1 have
also used it in my f.unily with the
het results. For bale by F. G.
Vrirtu' . Co.
, lUr.m lllrsoli's Wmltlt.
Oiib of lli, b. it of nulhori.ie?! oil
n-eahh AA.'tee n;i iu l'aroa Uiwich ss in
fie fht runic of f ir r'I'Mnilllensiw,
i,i fn .-; not. f..r fi. ui t'v vory ton. lie la
eo-ivt'.ced thit Par-m Ulrm-h is the
n.vc - of vi h-.!!. fT.VfrO.iXIO.-Il'iiikeiy
V. i.i i.i V .v Vo;'.. iu.il.
f Wonderful Succosr.
"TwoytuiR ngo the liuih-r Prop..
Co.' oidcreil ttu ir hull! -v. I y lite bo
nov.' they buy by the cerhntd.
1 lii'iei,' Hie Tiopi,!..'- n (,! .;ti'i-. iul
; in. iii-s thi. , reiiie ii liniter'a
J ;u rnpiil Ola o. IihIuik wnicii i-s
the li.of.f vA,ti(ieifrJ I.l,. i-d iiui,iv.r
known. No ilrugc;ist h, jilutes to
recommend thin remedy.
For sole by drugo
Ptv yi:o From t''
in-ill rsif'iM'd, n hhu'k P
i fo ini' n hull v f.-'"
i ii ' ri- . t I ' 11.:
pi.! of the?
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