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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (April 25, 1889)
yt'n Piseasb hu no ymitoini
jm," ys Dr. Frederick Roberta
. nity College, London. First
ftf the kidney disease bv using
ftBafe Cure, then the effects of
ma will be run.oved.
ltd W- BaaBt fat,,
Ik I ait winter hats are linjerinj in
. flatamuauplloa ureij iiraa.
rfSTfla fjlitor: l'lettae inform your read-
Ejf'- -1 1 bav a foHiiive remedy tor con-
fa' .aO. ty i1 timely us tliouaaniid ol
1 )H raxri have Ijeen pennanemiy
(, VJ- I (bail b I'luU lo eou lu Monies
f T fameui- nti;t to any ol your rad-
.aa pave fcnauiiinuon u uipt whistuu
aft rir iirea and 1'. U. adiirexs.
T. A. M.M L.M, JM 1'ean
LriB'il!e. Kt., will brinj natural gag
. j . ...
flaadajitt-ft of the Lincoln lluainras Col-
1s)Baaiil.r obtain profit able employment.
Iibbcbb tuen select luern lor their nineas.
f SI f focus and specimen tree. Address
MJ.UBRiiMiK & Koosi:, Lincoln, JNen.
Wmm it not for tint elephant, the ox
WOajla) ha considered a very large animal.
' SaMk the Sheriff SaleSegar. A stiaight
10 paata Havana Cigar for 5 cents.
Prince of Wall's has accept
I vttatian to cline with .1. W. Mni kay.
k CaBkl lh Trala.
A very popular young lady, who Laa
Wen visUiiis; iu Anierieus for several
weeks, was to return home on the early
trnin Monday inoruiiiK. She was afraid
that she would not pet tip in time for
the train, so one of her admiring gentle
man friends borrowed nn alarm clock
which she placed in her room and set
to alalia at 4 o'clock. Sunday evening
a number of young men called on her
ml among them came the borrower of
the alarm clock. All tho other de
parted and left the two enjoying them
aelves as only two voting people can.
The light in the parlor burned brightly,
all others iu the house were either ex
tinguished or burned very low. The
dogs began to lion I, the chickens
crowed ami still the alarm clock man
held on. At last the parting words
were exchanged and the young man w as
u the eve of di'imrting wlieu lue saiu
hirni clock broke loose in thundering
tones. The said yonug man gave his
love one sad, forlorn look and jumped
dear off the veranda, and with the sec
ond leap lauded in the street. Khe left
on the early traiu.- Americus ltecorder.
L? ;4KWtL8. KID.
n,'U.i and all daring :
1 ;,. no marcurv.
' pOH will b f
Trt Latest, Current Cure.
t Cratchsi. fcratr, Tu., JsaalS.IUI.
Vu om crstrhas tnm rhaaastlta tor tkrc
; on fcoUl St. Jscobt Oil car4 at. Mo
t Is In r 1 S. WOOD, 1. F.
I the War. W.rtmviH., 0 ,1m H.
W k4 rkaaattlta iliei Ui wsr la ki s
as s appUcsUSRi St. Jscsba Oil cyrW at.
I ratsra ilici E. IILSOS.
lee p. r.nni. 0 . Jna tt. int.
VaisS ts lMr st BlsSt. nltnii wlU rhas
- rllr. Ul4 St. J Vll; RSII s vn
Binnts. Mo rotsm la rsr J. C. WEAVSS
At Drugoiits anu DF.Ai.nss.
MURLEt . VOfiCLER CO.. Bsttlmort. Ml.
A Chliiamau's liuprcaslons.
A traveled Chinese mnndnrin, who
has lately comiuuiiic tted his impressions
of the west to his cuinitivmeii. deals
has accepUd an in- KreaI pecuuaniy wirn ine posu.ou
I IMUI tlUHLIJieUli ll IMI1CU III C.iui'fc,
! These surmise him beyond inensure.
; Thus the notion of husband and wife
walking arm in arm in public places tills
; him with amusement. "Nobody smiles
! at it," he says, "and even a husband
I may perform any menial task in his
I wife's nresence. vet no one will laugh
' at him." Then. iiL-ain. the notion of
i men standing aside to let a woman pass,
and the code of politeness winch re
ouires men to make war fur a woman.
are to him incomprehensible. Jn China
when the men ara gorged the women
dine off the senips, but iu the west "at
meal-time the men must wait until the
women ae seated, and then take one
after another their places, and the same
rule must be observed when the meal is
5 ' a
VMrl (a a M
':fl the , body,
-i- --AO BY ORUQ.
d i Cw-oNEW YORK,
rtilHTrl I'll re (I i
inrt iiiii nira.
They alAO rllvfl Din
trM from DyNpeptuMn
rtigstion ud TooHrtj
K&tiDK A prf Act rem
U'Ay for Diizinft",Niiuwjil
DroK'Rinew. jl&a Tutd
In the MoutLi, Co-iflB
Tongue.Futn in the Side
TO HP ID Til V Kit. Tbej
regulate the li o w e 1 g
r 11 rely VmtAble.
Price 2ft Ontf.
CASTES VESISIl CO., inTTCiZ.
fillPill. Small Dose, Small Price,
i l r -xi
I lh I
m,i -aa. '
I bun i
In 15. I contracted Blood Poison
I of bait trt. and was ueavat wit
inerciirr, polssi tM samparuU
Mixture, growijif woraiaJl Uittiiae.
1 look 1 ull ixntlB f B S. which
curwl mo entJtely, M4 no ot
I ths dreadful dlsciM bat rotvisd.
I. r. hAsca,
Jan. 10, '89. IloM)jvlU, lad.
Vj little nioee had whiu iwattne
to eh sa citoiil that (bo KM coo
nd lo Ibe nd (' a loa tun.
Mora than M Btrcta of bono an
out of bar lag, sad las doc tort aald
anpntaiion was tbe oahr roBaajr lo
aava hat Ufa I rafuMd (he pariOon
a ad pal bar on H.R.3. and aua la aow
aaaid acalnaod la ataodheanh as
asr child. Mua Abmib Uitauaa,
fob. II. '. Coluuibua, Ua.
Book on Blood DlMaaaa acvt fro.
Swirr Bract no Co.
Dnt-ver a, Allaula, Ga,
e'er 2rJ Pounds Cain In 10 Weeks
perlenco of a prominent Citizen
THB CALTroBNIA SoctlTT FCB THB)
f HtJPPttKalON OF Vli'E.
PI took a severe cold UDon
tnyehestand lungs and did
not give iz proper atten.
,t!on ; it developed into bron-
ehltls, and in the fall of the
tame year 1 wag threat.
ened with consumption.
fPhysicians ordered me to
more congenial climate,
ana l came to san ranels-
oo. Soon after my arrival
Ieommeneed i akingScott's
Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil
ijhjIvTf.i wltn Hypophosphites reg-
Nlorj ol n Uaprn A mm Brll-
"Araonj; the thinga lost or supposed
to have been lout in the recent fire
which destiw'ed the academy in onrvil
la'e," said a Tohnstown mini in Albany,
"was the historic bell that for years
liutifr in the old academy. It was sent
to this country from England by Queen
Anne and placed in the old Queen Anne
ehupel early iu the eighteenth century.
It used to call the early settlers to
prayers. It was afterwards removed
and used as a hop house and farmer's
dinner bell, but was feciued from such
ipnoble use and placed in the historic
old Johnstown academy, now used as a
clove shop, where it became cracked, it
is said, while bein? ruiiu in honor of
the visit of Washington Irvinjj to Johns
town. J t did duty as a school bell un
til tho erection of tho school "building
recently destroyed, when it was re
moved and placed iu the assembly hall,
w here it was at the time of the fire. The
w orkmen employed to dig out the ruins
found the old bell broken in two pieces
and cracked and warped out of shape.
A ITIaaeullue llnauir Nliow.
London Letter: Jleauty show hav
ing become stale, ouhy snows nat aim
complexion shows unprofitable, Vienna
nnnounoes a fresh attraction in the form
of a grand competitive exhibition of
masculine good looks, and bad looks,
too. . Prizes will be awarded m four
classes to the handsomest man, to the
most "killing mustache, to the biggest
nose, and to the most impressively bald
head. There are already numerous en
tries in all classes, and a highlys uccess
f ul show is expected.
Prominent Clergymen, PliyHlciana, and
11 i In sues of citizens are unanimous in the
indorsement ol Salvation Oil, the great
cure for Rheumatism. Price only 25 cents
a bottle. At all druggists.
Youne ladies on the eve of marriaue,
now give "spinster dinners, at wnicn
female friends only are entertained. They
are allowed to talk of everything, and
nfcver fail to mention the numerous cura
tive benefits ol Dr. BuH'eCou-th Syrup that
cures all cough, cold, bronchitis, croup, and
Ml MRftOU aWf
uterly three times a day.
in ten weeks my avoirdu
pois went from 155 to 180
I i . S -a. a
ipounas ana over; meeougn
, meantime ceased.
C. H. BENNETT.
.SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
Ku- tea ta
Bor 10 years I was aonoyed
ajtth catarrh, dlBohaixea luto
tf$ throat, nnpleaaant hrcatli
aevore pain In my head.
Vjr aene of ametl was much
aBipBtred. 1 have overcome
trouble ith Ely
Oream Iiulra. I. II. Ca.c.
Frop'r S'M'our Houmo, H'kl.vn.
i-FI HOTHERS' FRIEND
WtoaraMOMava- i :.-ami aa. nlnvll .r.r.
" ' I USID BEFORi CONFINIMtNT,
!" Book to "MoTatas ' Maii tn l hie
Mifii:i.i iiEuiiLaroit ;o., ati.aatajoa.
ltt,, i , ,,.i.i?r , ... , .
h VI l
aia aa' I
MiOWHULL & CO.,
Y. Manulacl-irt-rs and dealeri in
ffiginet, Boilers and Pumping Machinery
(r all Ucscrlptioni.
m 4 Wood Worbtnir ch(nrr, Saw Mill Mo
Ktaie Aytnu itoaitr t ooa tji ruurvt ana
lU?nt fly-tern nf Power TraiiBiniatiun by Mft-
Kie. AvvnU Trcnlofi Iran Co. i Wire Hom.
I'kient Double Oat Vitm, Ac
113 Lvo worth Nt. OMAHA NEB.
PySVSJ: j I hfrntl wbs o furninli a none ai.il ifiv
aj-af W ' 4M 9 T pant to tbf bttMUi'K. HMtre n.ornutitn inaj
5 rr ivrssstxsiA
Lr j '' -a'
CUD Ut! lUaV
v their who. e
fvw vaaanctpa hi 4iwn a lid cilU'H.
.. 1009 Main HI.. lUt-hmontl. V.
bluvetl axlho. Khvit mind alKiut Mnd
atanip ftr ryl. Coma quick. YuUra (ur bin, h. '
Late Prlncliml Kxaminrr
U. H. Penalon IturpAU.Ati'T
t laitw. WaalitDBion,
ucoesafullx proarcut clajnu-orblniil,
unwi . cniinrrn Mia uruen-
eari iniwn war, in
T iSwawt relUW. EiprrlMtce : 8 yean Ii
ftaamara in PenaloD UuraUL uid fttiorncy
tn nr flaw Smi.l- wort 1 1 II V) FlTr K U
nt uiti.er tna 'bi' feel Write Bremslwr
Pftafoty Rin Hotdar Co.. mom. Mton.
Wnt.tl In m-rf y nioat.. atir.a m.a i aait.r laitrsfltlno.
In nir H.er.t a.rvlaa. Ktp.rl.nii. ant ii..M.rr. H.nd v.. .tamp
G.-annanOatactltaBuraauCo. 44Arcada. Cincinnati 0
manufactuiB to aril
deliver frae of
nbame wltbln 70) nllm of Cltt-.rn. H'na for uatalfiffuo.
i Aja. u.
llAlBr-.K. Mrp.. at 4 u,aan ita.
un lift " 1
lt f1, -
. lie aw ar p a rr r ' 5 l
nd .imv-i i. - . I'ttavv
CStl Va- "- -af I W. N. U., Omalia, 4B2-17.
ro- C"lr1 5. li'l, (not ntyla) a Kaniinil Uiul will a.p
ill I i, 'f-l fjaaaja, 1.1m try ( " nanfcat it.mu. It :1a
. . I raaTSJ l aT TOWEKH Mall IIIIAMI
II J H- 5fM5''" I " al.lCKKB," a nama famlllarlu r vrjt
4 lIoH'l ', ! ,!( .. laa tha c.l lrfr Wind and Waif rproof
r"' Oltl t V tLll C.lU"l'ai:r; Kl.h llrailrt Mlcaw. waaa
11,1 led! - RV 1VI ndtakaunhr. If vouralnrekr-eper
.n. ".Ill 1 m aa. A. J.T(iWK.llminon Bi.tili. Ma,
Boneatj and Intaillig-enoe.
It pars to be bonest, you say.
Tet Low iiiuny are liliouest tlironsrh
iiriioraut'P, expediency, or intentionally.
Oue can be Jinbonest and yet say notli
iug. A clerk wlio l t a ciiKtonier buy a
damaged piece of aoods, a witneas who
holds back tbe truth nliicli would cb-ar
a prisoner, a medical practitioner tvho
takes his patient's money when b
knows he is doiim him uo good,- all are
Spoakinjj of the dishonesty of medi
cal men reminds us that only the iut
week there has come nnder our personal
observation a form of dishonesty which
is almost too mean for narration.
. It is generally known that doctor
bind themselves by codes, resolution
and oaths not to use any advertised med
icines. Now, there iR a medicine on the
market which, for the past ten years,
has accomplished a marvelous amount
of uood in the cure of Kidney and Liver
diseases, and diseases arising from the de
rangement of these great organs, we re
ferto Warner's Safe Cure. So v idespreud
are the merits of this medicine that the
majority of the doctors tf this country
know from actual evidence that it will
cure Advanced Kidney Uiscase. which
is but another name for Bright' Dis
ease. The medical profession have put them
selves on record as admitting that there
ia no cure for this terrible malady, yet
there are physicians base enongh and
dishonest enough to procure Warner's
Snfo Cure in a surreptitious manner, put
the. same into plain, four-ounce viajs,
and charge their patients 82.00 per vial,
when a sixteen-ounce bottle of tbe rem
edy, in its original package con be
nought at any drug store in tne wori.l
Perhaps the doctor argues that the
cure of the patient justifies his dishon
esty, yet .. will boldly stand up at the
next county medical meeting and de
nounce Warner's 8afe Cure as a patent
medicine, and oue which be cannot and
will not use.
The fnct is that the people are. waking
up to the truth thnt the medical profes
sion is far from honest, and that it does
wot possess a monopoly of w isdom in
the curing of disease, doctoring the
many symptoms of kidney disease, in
stead of striking ut the seat of disease -tho
kidneys themselves, allowing pa
tients to die rather than use a remedy
known to be a specific, simply because
it has been advertised, and when pa
tients are dead from Advanced Kidney
Disease, still practicing deception by
giving the cause of death in their cer
tificate as pneumonia, dropsy, heart
disease, or some other accompanying
effect of Bright's Disease.
All this is prima facie evidence of in
competency, bigotry and dishonesty.
We speak but the truth when we say
that Messrs. H. H. Wai nor &. Co. have
done a most philanthropic, work for the
past ten years in educating the people
up to the knowledge they now enjoy,
especially of maladies growing out of
diseases of the Kidneys and Liver, and
are deserving of all praise for their hon
estv and straightforwardness in expos
ing shams and dishonesty of all kinds.
Mrs. Palmer, wile ot the new minister to
Spain, is worth $7,000,000.
A storm moves at tho rato of thirty
six miles an hour and that is the
speed of tbe world known Golden Gate
Hpecial on the Union Pacific. No stops.
Thrnngh in sixty hours from Council
Bluffs and Omaha to the summer land
If there was no aour there would be no
Cal aa taa Baav Tauaroaaa t taa warn.
Tu Bbtt SwrwtJ-SattMiJ-aw Sr .
oiCrr to tntrotlia' e Mtr f owO, anil BaUi- fuf-
i tx-M 1hu
artfttla ta Biiar 1AM WWnWtlll ir l-T J.c reMVM tbftt WW gOOO Ut,
mi BUT IU4T t I kail. fknurfJII 'fa-tU, IB !.l.tT. MVlf
fern prf-aiVl mmjf fpl- aa : a itf na mrtnu. tt
ajs)ft rjift. Hi Miuur flrt-e onlv unt frrwm m a lra
1 hoaa iw writ) o, will !. sura of mrr tnud. wai: if
Wlidir Will llfM tirnc. Sf-tttaUB. jiid 1 ujt. Noa(
to mpim htnararj. llaaa Kb., writ ( will tviar- prjfBU--. al'- "r
livejg. ftimywt tiytw aHiua miint. jLoofaM. 11 11ALL tTT aft' t O.
tV- aW IIBUO IM aaBaBal
lMaBle rVf atv, Mtw
, aa aa. fartlaaa, Maiaa.
x - . 3wd. "
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The Gold Hunter' AOr
ventures tn Aumtraiw
by Wm. H. Thome.
Aa wchisg .WfT tw. TiiIm' Aa.aat-ia. a
tuum i ri fen a f a"
.tlwtaa a a.tUf tnmi i nt'. 4viBfl Mat
lukrwiin, "naaMMaN," Oatlaw ui amy
nri.tr at AdTCtunr.
Tha moat fawlnaHar alary afOAH
OKK. r.X ITKatavNT, HAKUfiBIP
and CONFLICT, wrlMaal
a .pu.au ..:.- f t4 fh. 4 1 M
1 ii..,:r.l ..... ttli h.rA.ra. i-'l ' Cmm ( um.
TU rtHrut LwrMta.a a t c-1..1ir:.t Bwk.1
rSK KUNU lal KMtt!
f.ojnm .l aaalald P"".
ALEX. T. LOVO A CO., Tha -
Id lialldlaE. Cbicaco, III.
ya-K.m ay Taiat h.i ci. a a
W". I.. Daiielaa' onw "Ji'l prlf aw .tanip ttif bottoBSM
ull Miut-a ailK'i li-W lit hitn Ik f.i ! in hl faa-l ory ; tllla nrolceu
lli w.'arpre aE-unl blrh ria jind infrrlor ffuoda If yoar
.i..-,:,r .,v, ...ii si,r ii 11, .11 1 w. I.. IMlliUI.AH' aaaae aad
aaaaBBBBaa nrif-r F.lAnitriD llifni. tuil sav ttH-y are hi 8ltoca. ar Juav aa ad.
do not be dec-lTtl tlwnr. IH'alri- Diakf inort- jirotil ou iii.kii-'wo .Ihm-. thai are not fiarraiJiea y ajnr-
ntiy ')Diy wotm uiat nave vv. a.
IwlT : therefore d. mT U- Iii1ii-i l t tni liws that liuvf u.
TBauft,i4 ot dullara ai a avtd Kuuualiy in this
The Rtiniiet Kra.
We are living veritably in a bonnet
era. rue Donnet is iioimea on every
possiblo occasion. This stutemont,
mado from close observation, carries
w ith it discouragement to the sensibil
ities of the amusement lover who at
tends the theatre and opera, to enjoy
their merits atid not make a study of
millinery. Luuoheon toilets are no
longer complete unless supplemented
with a bonnet; and one cannot Imt ad
mire tlie stole iirmueas wiiu which a
party of ladies will chatter lightly
through a luncheon of several hours'
duration, their pretty heads burdened
with the weight of a fashionable bonnet.
Perhaps tho blamo should bo laid at the
doors of the milliners, who fashion such
marvelouslv becoming headgear that
the- are irresistible.
Weak will power deranges a man's
life in every direction. His will must
bo weak when his body is wasting away
with racking coughs and nightly sweats.
Warner's Loff Cabin COUGH AND
is a conqueror ot tne inaiauy we an
dread, and restores the victim to health
llarvrat for I lie Typewrllnra.
Boston Post: A pretty young woman
in Washington, who is at the head of a
tvncwritinrr establishment, sav that
sinco the new administration came into
power her busincs has increased enor
mous! v. Tho reason is that each ap
plicant for ofllco thinks lie must have
ids papers tyewrittcn. The young
woman claim that each of her assist
ants has earned on an average of 70 a
week since March 8. Hhe charges tin
i lie lease over the usual rates to com
pensate for tbe bad spelling and writ
ing, and has no dilticuity in securing it.
How kind people are to the man who ia
goinit to dio!
Dr. Monk ia dead; the well known com
poser ot church music.
Very few jouiir men caro to knock achip
off the ahoulilor ot a wood pile.
The riao ot equal suffrage has been traced
tn the decline ol the crmy omit.
Rattar Than Oklahoma.
1200 acres of the choicest land in the San
Luis Valley, in Southern Colorado, aU under
fence, water-rights secured and ditchea
ready for use. it will be sold as a whole or
in quantities to suit the purchaser. It is the
finest land in the valley, and ia adapted to
either fanning or stock-raisinc. For price,
terms, et., address HENRY A. BUTTE KS.
It. seldom pleases a man to be told
the goodness or greatness ol another.
A TRAIN DISPATCHER'S LUCK.
He Had No Idea TliC tha LlehtnlUK
Would. Mrlke lllni. Hut It Hid.
Toledo (Ohio) lllnde. March 30.
In the train dispatcher's office at tho
Pennsylvania depot the other after
noon, there sat before a telegraph in
strument, a handsome, well-conditioned,
and well dressed young mnn, to
whom a great deal of good luck has
It was Mr. T. B. Marshall, a Pennsyl
vania railroad train dispatcher, and be
was the bolder of one-twentieth of
ticket No. 10,420, which drew the seo
ond capital prize of 8100,000 in tho last
drawing of the Louisiana State Lottery
"Have you received your 85,000 yet?"
inquired a reporter for the Blade, who
had happened in.
"Yes, I received it a week after tho
drawing, and it came in n draft through
the Ketcham'a National Bank.
"I had purchased ticket No. 10,420,
and immediately after tho drawing was
notified that I had drawn the neat little
sum of Jii'i.OOO, and that it would bo im
mediately forwarded to me.
"I drew it from the bank, took as
much as I wanted for my immediate
use, and then deposited tho rest with
the bank. No, I have no particular
plans as to what I will do with the
money. 1 only know that I have it,
and that it is a nice little starter for a
I CUarlteU'WU. UaaP
Richard Hlscock, father of 8entor His
cock, died at Pruhle, X. Y , aged 91.
Wfcea Rah.T u pick, we pa?p lier Captor!,
W lien .tie aaa a Cliiltl, plien-leil lor Caatorla,
IV hen ahe lieranta Mian, plie rhniK to Cftatoria.
W hen ahe hnil Children, phe pnrt them I'muori
Ohio farm mortgage aggregate $876.
If fll cied with Birn Kye, on Dr. laaaa Thonip
atiB't Kje Water. DriiajKlata aell Ir. 5V,
The Argentine Republic wifl spend $.V
000,000 to get immigrants this year.
l'or two two-cent stamp wo will pond
von one ol the handsomest almanac in
the country. "Uomentead," Omaha, Nob.
I t on art-
onutry 1 llie wrurrrs of W.
DOIifll.Afc' nami- and I lie .uiudmI on tla- iHjtt.mi. and yu arc.nn- to get full aaliie for voui "tnuey.
mil Uiarv psvan
itfk '&"" awash i
W. L, DOUGLAS S3 SHOE
MADE SEAMLESS. WITHOUT TACKS OR NAILS.
The reputation cf this Shoe is so well established that it is cot necessary to go into details.
SS.OO GENUINE HAND-SEWED SHOE. A line lre?s shoe made of the host atock.
94. OO HAND-SKWlill WKLT SHOE. The bet thoe for the price Ui the market.
S3. AO POLICE AND FAICMEKS' SHOE. 1 ibmIu exprensl)' for I'olleenien, Le.tler Carrier
Railroad mea ami Farnierit.
S3.SO EXTBA VAI.I E CAI.F SHOE. Made purposely for heavy we:tr, anj should laktayfar.
2.25 WOKKINGMAN'8 SHOE. I spn-.iully reeonimendeU for service and cuatfort.
2.00 GOOD-WEAK SHOE. I.ook at them and imie for yourself.
2.00 and 1.73 HOYS' SCHOOL SHOES. Have Ueea thoroughly teed and tlae the haal aaia
AM, MADE TN CONGRESS, UIJTTON AND I.AG'ET,
W. L. DOUGLAS $3 AND $2 SHOES
When tlit nurtio:i nras juircf'til f puttlnpr a
Iv's shoe on Hip marknt at a popular rrlre, wf atone
uhlc. !tyl,ih (-hof to K'll !l $f.UJ. After much trnuliln and expfiir, w
vou a hn that if- in every way wormy oi your eonsitierauon, ami
win fin.1 it .inal trt ilmf wiiich luivi- Im-ct. i'ritinir t4.(Ni niul .0i. I'h'ese s.iue Are not made of Krcnrh
kitl, lut ut the bftst ki that eau ho pn-'luce! In thl roimtry, iimi we defy any hut an exrw-rl to tlts(liipitl
between the two, an-i vrntiirt to sav, it hf q'letion of vrvh'f and quality romm up, thv der.Mou would
b In favor of V. la. IKHiTAfi' S3.00 Sliov for I.adif . Another and cvurlkut rMinimrat1atKm
lit they are made without tacts or nails, having a tsmooth Inner sole which rid oue uf the annoyHDcc of
aollel hose and or feet.
If your dealer will nt ret you the kind or style yon want, Hend your order dlreet to the faelory. with ttm
firlce enclosed, and they wll tie sent vou lv reiiini mail, po&tujfc free; consequently, no matter wher yoir
Ive, you can always j?ot W. i .I. AS' (SHOES. Be cure and niale sine ami width you
if not auru, scud lor au order htauk giving lull instructions how to gut a perfect flt.
W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mass.
Bald Mrs. 0. to Mrs. D.
('Twaa o'er a cup ot One Bohea) :
"Our, pretty bostocn yonder.
Has gained in looks Hurprisingly ;
She seems as well as well can bo I
What is tho cause, I wonder?
Said Mrs. D. to Mrs. a.
She's changed Indeed, but then, yon .
She put aside objection,
And tried that f anions remedy.
Which did so much for you and me
Pierce's ravorito Prescription."
For "run-down," debilitated find overworked women, Dr. Pierce's Favorite
Prescription U tho best of all restorative tonics. It is a poteut Specific for all
those Chronic Weaknesses and Diseases peculiar to Women; a powerful tonic
and nervine, it Imparts vigor and strength to the whole system. It promptly
cures weakness of stomach, nausea, inuigcKtion. blo.-uinp. weak back, nervous
prostration, debility and sleeplessness. It is carefully compounded by an expe
rienced and skillful 'jiysicinn, find adapted to woman's delicate organization.
Purely vegetablo and ..erfectly harmless in any condition of the system.
" Favorite Prescription " is the only medicine for women, sold by druggist,
tinr&r a positive guarantee of satisfaction iu every case, or price ($1.00) refunded.
This guarantee lias been printed on tho bottle-wrappers, and faithfully carried
out for many years.
Copyrighted, 1838, by Wom.D's Dispensary Mrdicai. Association, Proprietors.
, THE ORIGINAIj
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eaaaTVt -aVJ jlux-i aju. v jvjjlx, a iulm.
Mvft.tivo Purely Vcoetable and Perfoatly Harmlets. '
TTnfHiiinlefl nn 11 I.lver 1111. Rmnlloar. rhnaniMt mm
One tiny, Sngnr'-cnnt'nd Pellet a Wono. fiir. Mi It lleadachB.
lenuiK ue, t oiikiiwiiiioii, inuiiirniuii, i.nyoiii vs. illicit, and ail
deraajemtnu ot tlio stumauu and bowels. Wi cvnls, by drtiifirlKta.
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