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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 25, 1888)
' KoTlTal 9M
hanes is given
f Roberta' cele
ta a typical old
blowing the duat
jHh ita eorda and
L Una of theaa
jm ia appreciated
d aaother ret
Jmt another pot
r liable mm,
aatr, haa been
wd in tbe begin
' W area before,
ling why people
an' time enjoyed
(vigor ao seldom
i that the prevail-
Misted, that "N'e-
ravery existing dis
Jaetin? under thia
9ta nsed the com
V Continual trea
4 slomaiii, has made
aetaml has driven
, tirilization, until
ft, j?'5&A, as remedial
Cf t difficulty of ob-
lar of the Warner ob-
Hm. N. y.. haa
tatirntiiii n in this
t aBanJi of old family
J BM secured some
from which hi
Jttat Medicines, to be
mm: be known UDder
I Vraruer's Los Cabin
Of, . these medicines
' a." for the blood
v IBops and Buchu
VI Jacli, etc., "Log
r.JOK Cabin extract,
X " jnal use, and an old
'for catarrh, called
I WWIll " Anions the
f OkUn plaster," and a
"t of remedies, it will
f do not propose to cure
tM preparation. It is
T that with these rom-
1 4a dawn noon guffor
1 that the close of tho
7wifla'e these roots
jtoamded under the ti
Jt Cabin remedies, aa
mi M us Uegiuinu,'.
"Mia the form of pro-
V at tlicv will be
vjsoma, for suffering
3GM tired of modern
S pnbtio bus tcrent eon-dir-e
put ui by tlie
. iL Warner is the head.
t baoorae suspicious of
VmniT with poisonous
JM tM injurious effect
iMaorintioiiH of many
ateM. These effects of
prooonnccd in coining
JtPtiot we cuu cordially
MY FRIEND SPARLING.
.'-4 1 tie province of Bue-
iJnly 19, 1810.
' WWork with a
Jt TIMS OH 3
taction of the
fw off disease.
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MM MTrnM OKI.
usssw , rr
aUo rsllsi DIsJI
L. v mm
S A atrrect ni
aw Bad Tub
a Mouth, Ceatadt
Will ia u maJ
! J LITER. Th.l
4a th Bewail
TH Small Price!
i 'Wt Eitrmct or
"Jt" t.. bronchitis, and
jtlon for all wbe
if 1 -BB evidence of It
J tl a ur and
i twblei and never
Ji ttj It under a full
fl. 00 V
)tl:BUtABT Co., cu
In etawpWor Hfsjalvat!
A Troubled nnarlenca and a llauut
I am a manufacturer arid dealer in I
gravestones and tnouurueuta. There
are three men who habitually associate
death with business tbe doctor, the
undertaker and tbe lombstoue maker.
have the finer feelings and senti
ments of the average man. yet my oc
cupation haa lad me to regard the
the great and solemn change chiefly
from business point of view. That
men should die has seemed to ma as a
matter of course, and as a necessary
means for the support of myself and
family. Still, death may produce a
great shock In me, as was tbe case
w th that of my friend Sparling.
We had been friends from boyhood.
He lived near me; mr way to and from
business led past bis house. I met him
almost daily. Mutual assistance over
some of the hard places in life, a simi
larity of tastes, and frequent inter
change of thought and opinion bad
endeared each of us to the other.
For a week I had been busy with
preparations for a long business tour.
It was to last three months. The duy
bi foro ray departure I had met Spar
ling and had said to him: "I am go
ing on another tour. Lest we should
not meet to-morrow, let us say good
bye now." Wo separated with a hear
ty hand-shake and tho friendliest, of
I was to take the evening train of
tho next day. My ticket for New
Orleans was in my pocket, my trunk
packed, the parting w.th those at
home was over, and tlie haak was tak
ing me to tho station. The afternoon
paper was in my band; I opened it
and the following paragraph caught
"SumtKM DsATn As we go to press tbe
painful news reicliex u of the death of our
esteemed cltlz-n, Ezra Sparllne, wblcb oc
curred at bis residence i bout three o'clock
this afternoon. The occurrence will be os
startling aa painful to hla host of friends sod
acquaintances, as tbe deceased has apparent
It been In the best of health. The cuuse was
probably heart disease. 1'artlculara are
necessarily deferred till our next issue."
The paper dropped from my hand;
the shock tuado mo faint for a momont.
Snarling deadl I could not coinpro
Tlie hack had just turned into tho
street on which was his liousu. I
looked at mv watch; tliore was not one
moment to spare.
Shall I tell tho truth, tlmt this
certainly gave mo great relief, just
then? I. of till men, should bo with
the afflicted family in that dark hour;
and here was an excellent excuse for
the non-performance of the sad duty.
I shrank, as nil do, from the disagree
The hack went swiftly to tho bouse;
the driver knew he had no time to
lose. I saw In the twilight that the
blinds were closed; two or three neigh
bors were on the front steps. I had a
glimpse of a woman doing something
at the door. "Putting crape on the
knob," I said to myself and the see no
disappeared like some fleeting picture
conjured up by the memory.
So my journey was commenced with
a benvtr heart. 1 looked about
anxiously for somobodv at the station
who could tell me mora about my
friend's death. Nobody could. The
two or three with whom I was able to
exchange a few words about it before
the express came and went knew what
I did and no more. They had aeon
the brief newspaper announcement.
and that was all.
I lay awake two hours that night
after my .berth in the sleeper was
made up, thinking of poor Sparling, of
bis bereaved fain ly, and what I ought
to do in the premises. It was an un
usual occasion with me; nobody, left
the tap in my life that this man would
leave. Naturally, I began to condemn
myself for hastening away as I had
done, after learning of Ezra's death. To
be sure my plans were all previously
made, and tbe three days' delay that
would be necessary in offering my con
solations to the family and attending
ths funeral would be Inconvenient.
That was all, merely a little derange
mont of my plans, not even Involving
my business loss. I became angry and
dissatisfied with myself as tbeso reduc
tions proceeded, and tried to excuso
by conduct by the plea that ths news
bad come upon me so suddenly that I
had no time tor calm reflootion neces
sary to a change of plan. My con
science was a stern monitor, and
would not excuse nie so easily, "lie
would never have acted thus toward
you," was its content upon my apol
ogies. I tossed about unnasly; proposed lu
my mind that I would get off at Cleve
land and return home; resolved tho
next moment thut I would do nothing
of tbe kind, but would sond a long tel
egram to the willow, explaining tho
necessity of my absence and tendering
my sympathy; decided next that this
would be an absurd thing to do and
at lat fell to sleep with nothing
settled. When I awoko I was three
hundred m his from homo, ami Chjvo
land was an hour behind me. I triod
to put away my thoughts of Sparling,
and lix my mind on business.
It would not da The man who at
tempts to light a bntllo with his con
science Is iwnys In tho wrong, always
sure of defeat. Moreover, that kind
of a con to wiil uxeltidn every thing
els from Ills mind nil It h setllod.
When tho train readied Cincinnati' I
was conquered. Lulling my bugtgo
go on I left the car. and in a fever of
impatience walked the station until 1
could take a return train.
From tbe probabilities of such oc
casions J baa setnea it in my mum
that Sparling would be buried on tbe
afternoon of tbe third day from that
of his death. Time-tables were stud
led, conductors interrogated, and it
was made certain that I ought in due
course to reach borne at three o'clock
in the afternoon of that day.
That would be a very close thing, I
reflected There would be, probably,
only time for me to take a carriage
and join the procession to tbe ceme
tery. Much distressed in mind, I re
solved to do this, if circumstances ad
mitted of nothing more.
But even this poor privilege was
denied me. There were maddening
delays and detentions; it was not nntil
midnight of the third day that I left
the train at the home station.
My state of mind admits of no de
scription. I feared to learn the truth;
I would not inquire if the funeral had
taken place. There were no carriages
there at that hour and I walked alone
through that doserted streets.
There was a full moon aud the gas
lamps were not lighted. But the time
was July, and the foliage often vailed
The force of habit , led me through
the street where Sparling had lived. I
would not think of calling at that un
timely hour. I must learn the particu
lars of the funeral nt home, but in my
remorseful condition of mind it seemed
to mo the correct thing to do to walk
slowly past tho hoiiio of the mourning,
and abase my soul before it.
As I ucared the gate I saw a tall
figure leaning on it. The form and the
attitude were so familiar to me as to
strike me through with terror. 1 baited
The face was slowly turned toward
me. It looked white in tho vague
moonlight; pale and very sorrowful. It
I grew cold from head to foot With
what little strength was left me I tried
to cross tho street
A timorous glance back over my
shoulder showed mo that it was follow
ing. Swiftly, straight it came after
1 could have prayed for wings to fly
with nie away from the terrors of that
It what name could I give that
(hingP overtook rue. The pale coun
tenance still looked reproachful, re-bukeful.
'For God's sake, Ezra." cried.
"Don't coino buck and haunt me! I
was wrong, but you know I havo tried
sScsaaral Arrral Boaaaarc
Of General B. B. Ayrea, of the artil
lery, it is related that he was in com
mand of a detachment of Union troops
who during the civil war burned the
house of a Virjriuian Confederate. The
wife of the Virginian fled from the
house with her baby in her arms, and,
seeking refuge in the negro quarters,
was forced to fly again when the torch
was applied to them in turn. Seventeen
years afterward the Union officer, Oen.
Ayrea, married tbe baby, who had
grown into a charming young woman
hood. A Black Friday. That day, when a pr
eoa ia flrat srrioualy attacked witbrbeunaa
tiam, aay well be tanned a black o; but
it be uses BaWation Oil ia time, b will
boob be a.bl to apeak ol a "Good Friday."
It is the grcaUat cure on oartb fer paia.
The butcher does bare soma funny ax
praaaions; be told his aasiatant th other
day to break th booea ia Mr. Williams'
chops, and pat Mr. Smith's ribs in the
basket for him, and tell Mrs. Black to take
Dr. Bull's Couf b fyrup for her cold.
whan be dice.
will leeva $60,000,000
THE MYSTERY BOLTED.
A smile broke ovor the sad face; so
like his (3 tn i 1 o. In the suddec. revulsion
of my feelings I fainted.
Somebody fanned me with a nat. I
opened my eyes; it was leaning over
"Now what's the matter, JoeP"
familiar voice cheerfully inquired.
thought you were olf for the South
threo days ago. And what d'ye mean
by dodging away from mo in this fash
I sat up.
"Ezra," I said, grasping his hands
in solemn joy, "you have come back
to no as one from tlie grave."
"Ho! You heard the false alarm,
did you? Nothing but a ridiculous
newspaper mistake, founded on the
death of poor old Bunting, nuxt door,
who's beon dying for two or there
years. I couldn't sleep this hot night,
so I canio out hero to get some air.
Now your back and find me alive,
hadn't you belter put off your trip till
the weather cools?" James Franklin
Fill, m Inter Ocean.
I,o Cabixs, lacking ele
gance, were j-etcoiufortable
homes. Health and happi
ness lvere found in them,
'llie best of the simple tem
edies used are given to the
world in Warner's Log
Cabin Remedies made by
Warner of Safe Cure fame. Begnlaie
the regulator with Warner's Log Caim
Thefrwih Iruit crop ol California tMa
aeaaon haa aa estimatel value of ie.OOO,-
alter JaaasM HI. Jenklata HalaW the
Larky Ticket and tirtm HU6,000.
Rom (Oa.) Tribune of Rom. Julr 24.
Mr. James M. Jenkins is the popular
jailer of r loyd county, Georgia.
He was SO. 000 better oil last Saturday
than the day previous.
H sarin;; that Mr. Jenkins held one-
tenth of ticket No. 47,843 which drew
the third capital prize of ST0,000 iu the
Louisiana State Lottery, a Tribune re
porter called at the county jail yester
day to ascertain if the report was true.
Mr. Jenkins was found sick in bed,
but nevertheless a happy man.
Mr. Jenkins preferred that the Tri
bune say nothing of it, but as a matter
of news the public must have it.
He presented his ticket at the South
ern Express office on the 16th inst for
collection, and on Saturday lost he got
$5,000 in New York exchange, which
was deposited to his credit in one of the
When Mr. JenkinB presented his tick
et at the express office he looked as if
he could hardly realize that it was ticket
No. 47,843, and when the $T,000 was
banded him by Manager Lowry on Sat
urday last, his heart leaped for joy. He
was the happiest man in Ueorgia.
Mr. Jenkins is an honest, hard-working
man, who enjoys the confidence of
the people, and this little fortune could
not have fallen into more deserving
hands than into his.
Two years ago $15,000 was drawn by
Borne parties at one drawing.
Rome is not only plucky, but lucky.
Tb first ad vertining atjency was estab
lished by Orlando Bourne, in 1828.
Th IjODKeat Word In the Dictionary
ia incompetent to communicate th inex
pressible satisfaction and incomprehensi
ble consequences reaultinK from a judicious
administration of Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription, a preparation designed espec
ially for the speedy relief anil permanent
cure of all Female Weaknesses, Nervous
ness, and diseases peculiar to the female
sex. Tie only remedy for woman's pecu
liar ills, sold by drugjixts, under a positive
guarantee, to give satisfaction. See guar
antee on wrapper ol bottle. This guarantee
has been faithfully carried out for many
years by the proprietors.
Th tropical fruit dealers organized a
trust at New Orleans last week.
MoBopalr Broke 1 1
Wstorn Improved Singer Sawing Va
ehinea just out of th Factory for $16. K
III an ! il v in thia couatrv to Writ)
for larsa Illustrated Circulars to UiaMaaa-
facturera, M. K. Kcuinn ax oo., wssa
Lake St., Chicago, III.
St. Louia is to have a new railroad dope
a . m r Ann
N CHI fvw,wv.
If afjlctfd wltb Sore gTea, oae Dr. Ia
aoa'a K;a Water. llruiTleU Bell It.
Mme. Fatti-Nicolioi is aaid to be writiaf
W. L. Douglas, th . best knowa shoe
mm niili,rlnrrr in tlie woria. was uum
Dl .,,!. U,. Aiirnat 22. 1845. Wbm
be was aev'eo yearB old be was bound out
to learn tbe shoemaumg iraue. nacan;
i;t r,-H nna Vint he did- not com
plain. He had an ambition to t miiwr
of his trade. He worked bard and learned
all he coul1. Having saved a little money
by hard work at the bench he began to
,o,,r,.ot,,r ihnfa nt Brockton. Mam-
July 6, 1&70. His knowledge of th busi
ness gave him a great advantage over bia
competitors. He worked hard and saved
his money. Hin business began to increase
and in May, lh8:S. his advertisement finit
nppeareil in the pupers. aavernsing rw. i-.
iin.,.i...i t .i.na iliiVmn nince &ddd sev
eral other kinds, which he descrilie in his
advertisement that appears in this paper
from time to time. It is a fact known by
v,n -ur hu hnen that be rive
more value for the money than any other
shoe manufacturer in this country, tv. u.
Douglas' fnctorv is 426 feet long, 30 feet
wide, and .i stories high, lie employ, ora
workmen with a pay roll of $4,000 per
week. His sales are 1,800 pairs per day.
u: u..u;nuu ia inoronairxr vprf raoidlv and
-in i, n,n 000 OuO this vear. He
i.;Kat. wnuea r.irl in the city.
i k;..i,! paL.t-iinrl Kv those who work
f . 1, ; 1, WAII ara in want of SL DAlt Ol
shoes it'will pay you to go to your daler
i .,;., u r.nii- Kefnre vou buy any
, .i .....t,a rrv,a..a im nn thine certain.
ulnae, - 1 1 " - "
you will find his shoes the best value tor
the price, and tree Irom snouuj.
Douglas built up bis reputation by making
Catechisms are said to have been com
piled in tbe eighth or niuth century.
For Strains, Injuries.
ft PP. E N T. P E R F EC T C U R ES.
A Two-ton Gem.
An interesting soction of petrified
wood, which stands a short distance
behind tho main entrance door of Tiff
any's will not fail to attract tbe atten
tion of scientists as well as those fond
of looking al curious things. The
block ts an immense one, weighing
4,200 pounds and measuring 40 by
33 iuolies and 34 inches high. It is of
agatized wood and came from the pet
rified forests at Chalcodonia Park, Ari
zona, near Corriza, and 20 miles from
the nearest railroad station. It was
brought on to this city through tbe
efforts of Mr. George F. Kunz. of Tiff
any's and is the largost block of the
kind ever brought east and polished.
Mr. Kunz had no Idea that ho could
secure so largo a section for the In
spection of New York people. Other
piocos of the petrified wood have hoen
brought on from these forests, but
none which approach this specimen In
size. The wood is used to make up into
table tops and uandsomo wood orna-
montion. The po! shod surface shows
a beautiful blooding of yellow and
black, and in soino respecls resembles
the rod wood of tho big California trees.
Some idea of the hardness of the wood
can bo gained when it is known that
200 pieces of marble can be sawed up
while one pioce of the agatizud wood is
The pioce of wood Is very valuable,
and for a timo was placed outsido tho
door on tho street. It is the biggest
gom I hat has evr boon placed outside
of Tillnny's ungiiard.id. Jt is needless
to say that no one H ied to walk off with
the great block. A''0 York Timas.
A Large Estate,
A broad land, is this in which we live,
dotted bo thickly with thrilty cities, towns
and villages! Amid them all, with ever
increasing popularity and helpfulness, ia
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery,
giving hope and cheer where there ia disease
and despair. Wherever there is humanity
there is suffering; wherever there is suffer
ing there is the best held for this greatest
American remedy. Consumption (which
is lung-scrofula), yields to it, if employed
in the early stages of the diseiise; Chronio
Nasal Catarrh, yields to it; Kidney and
Liver diseases, yield to itl If you want
the beat known remedy for nil disesses of
the blood, ask for Dr. Pierce's Golden Med
ical Discovery, and take no other.
The economical girl-waist.
-The one with small
Pure, Potent, Powerful! Pallid People
Praise, Progressive People Purchase! Pos
itively Pierce's Pleasant Purgative Pellets,
Properly Partaken. Preserve Physical
Powers, Produce Peririiinent Physical Per
fection, Purchase, Prove!
At 260 yarrls the Lebel rifle would go
through two men.
When Be by waa alck, w gave her Caatotia,
Whn ahe was a Child, she cried tor Caetorla,
When aha beenme Miss, she clnnit to Caatorla,
Whin abe had Children, ahe gave them Caatorla.
Men may be th lords of creation, but
some women beat all creation.
The BUYERS' GUIDE is
issued March and dept.,
(each year. It ia an ncy
lopsdia of ussful infor
mation for all who pur
obaae the luxuriea or the
necessities of life. We
Can olothe you and furniah you with
all ths necessary and unnacaaaary
appliaaeBB to ride, walk, danoo, eUep,
at, fish, hunt, work, bo to church,
or stay at home, and in various ansa,
stylos and quantities. Just figure out
what la required to do all those things
COiFBRTIItT. and you oan make a fair
aatimatB of the value of the BUYSBB'
QUIDS, whioa will be nt upon
rsceipt of 10 cents to pay poatag,
MONTGOMERY WARD CO.
U1-I14 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, I1L
Tb Waion Hcalwt.
Im Latert, AirT HferUt, Bttm
imi pbb tan nim bk m
Vvtrr ttit A- priw Hm
mtmam Wil. paper t4 MCrnt
jnstl OF tlltHTa
BIX.HA.IITO.N. N. V.
Wholesale Goods to Consumer. T"
fcii all vonr trnn1i from ft nerd 'o to a thrhtngnirir)ini
AT WMOI-EHAI.F. Ymicati v the ni!.1d!e
rtirn. profit. HOW Ji:t win, n 13 iu .tsmin
irpftv tiottri rtn'i in'I rrreiYi- tv I---' nt n ml' r.AltUiC
,'ATAl.oai.E. 0O FMI.-M. llO' If riiatrtlH.
Kvrrihf'iir vnii u. Sviyrnnn I'ttiTamtltit; Av
A.-lMlrOtl, ltt.4rl4 WllhH-h Al .CilkrlK'O.llI
ur rei'oruiift. wt i-Wfr lu .-aliyiial 1 in.it H of Illlitol-
-T - 1m.
Crrataa Amwinii iiriMii"rr.i.o:,U'lrivpii-
A cornet player who cannot sttend the band
nicctliiKS sluu'.d e:id a euhs-to toot lift.
rHioi, rrli III III TV. i; .
1 nl.ln til wit : I'Tii'tit t III e-.
tr"t fiuiBini. ttc I7i.i , . f
sz luff-irj. -
i-.ni: fori. I
rril t llKllB
U awear I Bare r eHftaS-
a to ta grat biooal pmm
iMnt tLmmtw Ball SIH1
aa eaklv aeaaaaHatf aaifala. aatt rbeoav aaaV
aaaToBMaaaM 'ia kaalsa. IS saw kails a Skav
M?aBwlBsriawflft Has '"
ax. J. BT. aCHaOrCK haa pnbrisW
A IXW AMD EIiABOBJa.TB
ai Has TrsatiBatnt and rnrs
wUok wfll hm auUsd FREE te altTi
who want It. If yon ara, or kaanr ; -f
any ana who is, aJDicted witk, car .
liafcas to amy of thee disease . aondl'
bsbm aasi addNsafvlainly writUB)ta
Sr. 3. JL 8CEXHCK ft BON,
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Stnater, IU..IU7 M, IMS.
..'.,r .f...inn&) stilt lti.tr. la Jaa-
Lr two moitln o cmUh..: a. uiei tw. b.ttl at
at. Jacota 0U and vrmn,ntlj cur.
Crnahnd. CaaalliirVlTla, III , Kay J. IMS.
V About Hi rioiitoi ao I w" junai .d b.
cart' la baa 23 4f a: .aff.rl four Bontbi:
atralnr." Mt. Oara.l. 111.. U, 26, l.S.
stra ned mv back la rebm.rj lant; e-l aaj
gffo wow..k. wlttjat a 'r
L tires dyi br 8t. Jacobt0U. ) WAI.
AT DEUOOISTO" AND DEALISS.
THE CHARLES A. VOGELER CO.. Baltltnws.lM.
A bositivb cup.s roa ihdiobsiiow unana
gtomach Troobl.iritln Iliaralroat.
Ciira for mii i not HirracUl m tlork, or 'J;"
Sumps, sample imrerrqfi-etnt tump.
THE CHM1LE5 A. VOGELER CO.. Baltlmors. W.
Sua fiopnaura a Majiaiaciarara.
I was surpriHoi!
after using Ely'i
Cream Halm tw
months to lind th
right nostril, whirl
was closed for 2('
jears was opci
and free as tin
other. I feel ver.v
Am beafc laaraed la nne rexdlug.
Mied waaiderinir curi-d.
Mweafcliae wlthaiut neten.
Wliollj nalike artificial ayatemB.
fftvawBV cuadeaaaed by Buoreine CJourt.
Great iadaeeaaenta to correapoadeatas
rroaeerfoa. wlthopialoaa 'if Dr. wm. A. naaa
moati, Uie warM-laaieS 8j'clallt lu Minil dlaeaaast,
Daaiel (araealear Thonipaoii, tli treaifc
harolialaclat. J. M. Baeklev, Editor ef laav
Cbrtailaa Adveeaic. Klvharit I'roctur, lav
DCleailat, aad Mhrrt. a po"" " I"'
rret A. UH8BTTC B! rtflh Are.. Kew Tar-.
FREE TRADE PRICES
raoTtcrtoM : no iiioruumri
SEWING NOW Ar
machines I oivLY
We art now MlUn? oht WEf"
A Cti 1 N K same a v a t ciprt
with all attachment and tuv '
ruUd for 5 years for otoly 91av
and for circular aid se fuU dffr
rHotlon of thli and oilier bItIm.
UH. It. Htl LI.I.N wteCO
Tit Woat Lak hU, Cmcv.iAL
a Jk. aj
Book-heentns. 8hort-haJid Teleffraplifne:, and
Hah hum l.mrwrwl af.f HiidftBM. and larennt r
In tbe went. Thrw Srat-laM penmen enip'.nTed. wmyi
.Tournal an apectaanaof arnmailahlp addreaa: J. T.
Daller. Maaaccr. u It. baikbuu. Proprietor, UnnJUv
' I pmcrlb and fatly aa
oe Bl( O aa th ealr'
O. H.IMUKAHAW .M, BV.
We hT aold Bl( G aw
naaay yean, ana it
Even to Mat at
D. K. DYCHK
S1.M. Bold by
I ' I VrSaaarbfto
A nartlc I ll appllcl Inm Pch nnslrll and la acrfe
able Prlco l cenm at DniinrUta: by mall, r.-gla-trre.l.
l ceuts. KLV BltOTHKliS, o VarreaBt,
BADTDAITC enlarMi. AOFNTS ONLY. Wa forn,
PUn I HAI I O lull tlia best portraits, flnlahad Ir
Cravon Inilla Ink, Wal(r Colors mid PastW at such
ftlrV yi d ni'il nut finr ronip'ituin anywhere. A
INK Fhlt I'KAIT FOR ONK DOI.l.A It. Think what roar
vrorlts wmilil be. SimhI at w fnr full rwnoripti
tatnloinie Iron. A. E. WALTER, 871 WabMhAm
air oo i- qen on A MONTH rai bo
S75 - TO J2&U made working fur u.
Aceiita prffprri-il who can f urnlali a horae and give
their whole lime lo i lie Im.sinexa. Spare inoinenia
Bav be prolllalily employed alvn. A lew vaoanclea
" towns and cl'lea. If. K.JOHNSON A Co.. 10U
lialn Street IMchmorM. Va.
auMaARiuia Tir if f n t.1
Poitielv hiui no equal lor curing Bme Kpavlns. Bo
Bpains. ltlnir Bone, Siillnm, Curl.s Sralrlj. t''J.
Ctc Suld lij Urug-Ktata. fut up by DR. E. F. ROOT,
W Kuraerlesln tba Weat. P. r
irirnat and belt knows
.rmanent nolltleni: raod
STaaa Mcaaaaiss. Louisiana. Me.
i OENT8 Wanted. 1 an honr new rtlrl2.
A Calaloa-ue and aampla free. U. B. Marshall. Loak-
port, N. Y.
ij. Outfit fns.
Un at kawa aad alt, aera aaaney watklaf he as tkaa
l al aajtktnralaa ia ta world Illhm sea. Catt;el
Xataasraaa. aiuaa, .
Trratra and enred wltaoot '
Book oa treatment sent free. AMraas
r. 1.. l"OND. M.D.. Aurora, aaaa Cm km.
W. M. U Onwha. 43i-42.
lUrrtr dm, Hsrvr Freeaaa ia Winter or VrlM
0um4V. Imf box GuraatesKl. Saaip ui aWn
orieltetl. Writ for PrkM. W tniko th 1m0o
Ale Ore taowa aad twll d-Aaper than otKotra
taolr twmmon ooK CLAIK U'I"I COw
OAWs JKlvcr lrC CkJ-Bo, lUlatla
The Celebrated Red Oak Cart,
Best Cart oa earth. No borae Slot Ion. lireakJatw
and Speedlsc Carta s apeclaltr. l'rlce tUM asav
w. v. a. ears uasaas. aana ior uuts.
CHA8. . MILLIOAN,
-dealer la all kinds of-
Carriagea and Harness
Hth and Haraev streets, Omaha. IfesW
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE C0HPAJCI
TM Lartaat, Ckssssst aad Best la tb WwlsV
wis . Ai.t.a
saeral AaaaaV- 4
fBJBJBBJHBJBJBJJBJBaBaBJBJBJBJBJBjT,, ChaTleMU WJI,
Tlie uitiii who .ia invfsteti irotn thrca
to flv dollar! In ft Kubtwr Coat, and
at hli flrst half hour exprrlmcc In
a storm flnda lo hit orrow that It is
hrtlly a belter protection tlian ft mos
quito netting, nut only foels clitiKTined
ftt being to badly taken tn, but also
feeli If he doti not look exactly
Ask tor the FISH niiANI)' HurME
Hi oir Lac aiatn wbo waiiu ncrrtce
doe. not hare the rt.n snasn, end fordoarrlptlcstslrn. A. J. Towjs.10 SlmswnsSt., Boaton. sjaaa.
(not style) s ferment that will keen
Bias dry in tne napaesi siorm. it
ailed TOW KkS Hull BRAND
" SUCUa," name fainilisr lo ery
Caw-key all ever the land. With them
ate ealy nertect Wind and Waterproof '
Oat taM Tower's risk Brand Slicker.
and lake ae other. If your storekeeper
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
DWIGHT'S "COW BRAND" SODA
AND TAKE NO OTHER.
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