The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899, July 11, 1889, Image 5
litirrtow, at a 1,,. ; . ... "murai He farmer mttJj often causes U when they iv lje, to rat. If fedreg come its v rand ftter ana i thdaf they ore laid. .j devoted to small . .. . lanwr rptiirn y five n ft- C derole-l to grain. ,bsre plonty ofexen tiw yr staple ot wool ppoW il kept closely cod- t rap saturated with 1 pj fastened in a split i brtti driven into the , and cucumber hills, pof. 3 gTape i looming Clar a the Conrord. It Ctbe latK-r, hurdy, and irre which will please (Hi it tire of about 6."i decrees, pdrr, appears to lie the esing whole milk sweet, ei temperature employed Si6j di'f.Tf''- itO cents pays ft good producer, but there is a trtween 1C eenta for poor I! tor good butter, when sachcrcnm to make one f 4 your futU'imd hofrs ;rin 14 Ut prices when lot o! uniform sizes. The ihmild lie bred ns near mmhh- thnt the pii uneven Mart. Lrtance of taking good rood mnM and her (on! ath mnre well bo us to Mj Mi ftbundiinceof milk, wor-itiiiiiitl. if n first- kwHeolt i to le rumed LuilionUl innkeit a point T03D? pig to take exer il and chilly days, as they Li l.-n too much, trettinrr Tins eoniieling exercise! KUii ed to till the purs r. Sre weeks old krbnv aliornennd makes mm to it soundness or 1 the seller make no kin twin! to these nuali the rtiiironl turns out to bo I, or to be such an inveter that, ha in rtrnHrnltv iiua rirthaser must ntan1 the cannot fail buck on the sell uagn.-E. 1'. Kendrick. fi-tjers recommended a gen- with the loot around the 1 tree, but more recent 'i have demonstrated that pi mh times should be ft firm as possible. This pot the most valuable u is modern times, nnd nun to every di'tiartment of e?eo to mini when f to the soil. fckford Register" gives tho w contented fumier in ofIoa: "He Irnd to feed imeo n lw fret lorijit..i-,.,l lanlhuutdson', teaching '' wTO(,tio,l had one r round of chores to do, f ?!m W Hght at home f w year. ' VTti "afcra pig-s are the afusion ofCliinese and Hith the pig. ofKng- 0f 100 years airo r it and Poland- hi- P'yarenotthorough Ffnct sense of the term. 7 ao not ill anwitor. Th Pi,i. e'tone fr the practic Wwrd llumett. ofthecvil influence of o Demiat,, ... . . . ' j wim wnicji 'H tip the custom of r8at a peculiar time bU flTl'iP0-k iB'in in i?t7 tthe,t,mp. nd it is "me. Mlrror h Misused by poultry " enough wheat, oats, Jrtd,"8", br,n nn, een Jroen for winter use b ' 'ng to the largo pereent Sf.tainH. Variety J wl to the well-being I ? squire- variety titue0t Vl if herAn ml. .1.. "wf animal .!..!.. Iinir. .... " Wr,u T' o dealer at Kfc.J'tanot much in are the are as -.,. 4 t Iltnv liA ft ... ! f,.i.;- .. . H.UI H. Lllll I. Will . . "r reai i ; I h . '""ot muci VT? 8-500 cattle C u7 as at Plii ould be ?1.400 C R hoi ton times Cn tbM could our r,Li made ol wx, three r; parte, and rosin 5s2T " ""vernent on bat. will . .:. or ot"er nto strips, made into rolf in the h JS '? waked Iaturardrat1 WAX. Ami l iar. 1 : .""'tCB Ul The Ktific Furmer mU ie value of hen mamir.ft. ti , ,, ,vv P'unus urn ruiuilDie itiatii.... i . the M fol at 2 pr hundred i na vn uni t.. v. .,.., coiwtituenu beinir ni trogen, phosphorieacid.and DotHh au ys may lm ,uir , wlShirrZ" '?P"P-K w nch it rem-mhlesm comnosition with the addition of a littleotash Its comnnnsnn ;ti, n...:. 1 , t riuvianeTiunn not warranted, since, tho,ighU.th y ..., v iiiii-ri-iii, wing ii fish . tipiniy in in the other grain. ith is one cut-e . oest riA.;i.i . 18 n onLR f ... tu ,or rnenmoma "traction anTl J i enVon- JSft8R' 0, !atrue,rwtf ! diil witliin .7 , lue nose wam.in- ? Vr.'.for5'ra 1-articles and Prematura ,l5 ""r of tL chest, ever fflM !'? capacity. Wl10- imiKirtanr.. ti. ; 1 tlje greatest nHCulJ i wP;.fh of Inns tis dition i m a re'tti'e'y perfect con- Z air LT.i0',',11 ,he 'ittle f"'ace" ere air meeU the blood is equal to ferf !? 8f-re! yards0 lelCS.l,& ,1,,'1'1'ere a" manner of to una; sailor A I'erlloBi V Perhaps fi-w nninnrr tt. that nightly attend the i-riornmm-e of "A Dark !Wt know that the capi. Anurews hooppenrs du the fourth act is the t.lu, kr Who aUXlUiU'i to rmsu iha in liis dory the Dark rWret. A Mail reporter had "' vernation with the captain and ask ed him for a brM ac omit of hi at tempt to cross the orc tn blue. 'J started," he said, "in the little dory from Point of I'in.w l-m:h near Boston, Monday, June 18. This is the boat in which I made my jour ney. It measure, kl 12 feet, Ixain 5 feet, depth 2 teet. H wns lmit m. dcr my direction nnd supervihion. Yes, I started all alone, not even a dog or cat on board. When I rrosn ed the Atlantic in 17 in the little dory Nautilus my brother Walter ac corujmnied m. That boat was four feet imievr than the Dark Secret. We made t ho voyage in the Nautilus in forty-five days from land to land, but we had I wlter weather than I ex jierieiieeil on the last I rip. The riirging and sail are very sim ple. I hud only one sail, what is usually called a lateen, or thn-e cor nered sail, and the rigging consisted o just three pieces of rojte. Yes, t he l)ark Sec ret is an excellent sea loat. She Isdiaved ls-nutifully in the terribly bad weather 1 encoun tered. 1 made a mistake in starting from Jioston. The weather at (ieorgo's bank was awful, nnd it wns a month before 1 eot out of the bay and into the northern current. Alter thnt. I i lid not have rniite so hard time of it. The longest time I went without rest was fortv-ehrht hours durinir n cale. and I didn't eat much durinir that time, either In fact all I did eat during the vovairo was crackers find canned provisions. I had an alco hol stove with me. but it became useless after the first day out. Liv ing on crackers nnd drinking as lit tle water as possible evidently didn't noree with me, for I weighed 2iH pound.! the day 1 started. U hen picked up 1 tipl-d the beam at 12."j, after eating a hearty dinner at that. 'The Norwegian bark Nor picked me up about 1,553 miles from my starting point Aug 21, alter I hud leen just sixty-two days out. I was indeed in a sorrv plight. 1 had lost ... i t T 11.1 niv drag, with wnicn i m-m me that's nose to the sea when 1 turned in, my oiled clothing wns completely worn out, id v provisions nnd water were running short, and the boat was in bad condition. "How did I sleep? I Put he craf to, threw out my drag, nnd turned in for brief periods only. My mat trews got wet during the first gale nnd waJ4 not a very comfortable bed, but it did not keep me from sleeping like a top when 1 got a chance, home night! the boat drifted back so far that it took me from one to two days to make up lost ground. Dar ing heavy gales I used oil on the wa tr. You have read in the good book about puttina 'oil on the trou bled waters? Well, it works first rate. I let it trickle out at the rate of ten drops a minute It has a wonderful effect m reducing the waves. , ,;r "What started me on su-h a trip. Well, I have always b'n n m th um ut nn ttontiiiK. nnd be hwe that small boats enn I built Iv niodflml, that win im- luw... to cross in the " 11 " ' 'V I think it is a mistake to go alone la one inn ran st or cook wh.l. the other is sleeping gMd Showera and Irlfl. Dry, loose sand, wherever it oc v ..4i i.,in,r hifted by curs, is consianny - - h. .ind. and oftenbur.es cuiu; lands, buildings and forests. On Uje shores of Lake Micingau rw tt. .l.n. nnd those oi ton.-. 1,,,: in death, while tne drifts of the Gobi desert are 40 lone anil 900 f.H.t..g .? ntfhe nay year, in parts o. - . Jn and in southern iuui . . - of jdaee cannot eiiyt without'daneer tothe wnrl.l tl e, Irom 1116 Outside otW the bfe-pivinsf miaciple. This supply of pnreoxyseu over 1,000 times every i10nr ylmi ehihlren day, race i'.. " .? yvry cerciBe of hllins , , n,,,''''r substance. Brisk nun iiici anu in iui e. M"- . i.ftrTier8 Ot sno. - . j f()r preserving siruu-JTk- taWto stop ZTZ :ff" .r. drifts. Fine nana jnlly nmo . - d , tlmt i para- the destroymit "",-tn ttie air, token up to a tfreat he " In d deposited manf m 1882 Iceland Z latiM mttrkhle aand storm, lasi'iiK week-, which hid th. . i - caused the death of' tn . Tele, Iforan, tfat (ret artiat, despaired whaa be aaw th Omt Sboabone Falls it wasco (ar beyond bit pencil' cunning. 8o then are wonderful d reams of beauty in the tempeatuoua loveliness of tb(rand "Amer ican Alpn" ia Colorado, wliich are at once the aspiration and the deipair of painter and poet. Splendid beyond comparison ia the superb scenery along the South Park Division of the Union Pacific in Colorado. Progress and car at $1 a day. poverty Driving street One by one the rotet fall, but Cifftr outlive them aa. "Tmmtl!' Punch" 5c mu. i V , V "i'Hnons anu tue i month closed, helps sweeo out nrr,l. I ucts of w,Me Kverythins that expands the chest, an tennis, liolii,Kl rowim. feiicins, etc.. in an nti,l,,( . ;i.F Wlml We Know of r.ilnr. All tlmt , ; ui ciaor, as causes aim etu-cts, is in connection with tlm wave theory of liKht. dolor depends Uion the number of li.'l.t fleeted from any object impinsrins upon the retms of H.o .i-i i.. 40,(XX) waves to the inch, mid these will strike the eye at the nttc of 447 millions of millions of imlmitioiis per second. In violets there lire .17,000 waves to the inch. anu u'.mj niUliniis of millions of pulsations jwr second. The other colors have wave lights intermediate, between these two. Color does not, therefore, exist either in the object lior ill tlm bruin niw in Ilia mind of the observer. It is an effect. there can be no appearance of a fire on a desolate islttlid where there is no eye niHiii seeing distance, me chemical process culled combustion goes on, but there is no appearance of the flame save when its waves strike upon the retina of an eye. (Minnie Oir CoiiHiiinnllvei. The f veral I'limatcs ol Florida. Colora do and (iilitornia have each been much prescribed or snfterein Irom lung disease, yet thousands ot the natives in those states flit ol this Intal malady. A tar more relia ble remly is to he had in every druj store in the land, and one that can be used at home: a remedy which is sold, by drug gists, under the manufacturers' positive guarantee that, it tsken in time and Riven a fair trial, it will eflect a cure, or money paid for it will be promptly returned. We refer to that world-famed remedy for con sumption (or lunt'Scrofulal known as Dr. Pierce's Goldtn Medical Discovery. It is the only remedy fur this terrible disease possessed of such superior curative proper ties us to warrant its manufacturers in selling it under a guarantee. Tlnn'l tinwlr And hlnw nnd unit Vlllfc list Dr, Koje's Catarrh Remedy. U! drugjiits. t:rljr hi Hie field. A theatrical manager was one of the first persons to visit Oklahoma, expect ing to establish houses in the new ton ns of Outline nnd Kingfisher. He found the towns had urown in a day from nothing to fifteen thousand in habitants, with but few of the neces saries and none of the conveniences, lie at once built houses to fill, or rather, relieve his great want, and being emi nently fitted to conduct them was sure of success. Ten cents admission was charged, and the tnko was very large; but on the third day the people de manded a reduction of rates, allowing at least three for a quarter. This being refused, the population rose as one man and expelled him from tho country. Is it probable that what a million women ,y after daily trial is a mistake? They say they know by test that Dobbins Klec tric i most economical, purest and best. They have hid 21 years to try it. iou give it ono trial. Points In Torn Ciilliire. Better two vigorous stalks than four weak ones because crowded and spar- '"f'or'cnt worms try a mixture of one part salt to two parts land plaster, drop ping a little at each kill. BelecLc.ed carefully, and keep selecting. Build ,,p Pedigree in corn is as valuable as Vll''method, by which three times the average yield of corn was made shows that in all there was an ..,.oi .mount of work expended in preparing the seed bed. . H ..il.rril Msn III Luck. We.ihcrfrtf(Tel.)C.ml!J"3- A reporter of the Lonsui-ut,uu . .i.f Me. I.. M. Frey had received hVeaah (J5.000) on ticket 38 847, which eheld in the Louisiana state u.j, ,d of wbich he made mention at the tune of the drawing, called upon r. . ti.,, wondered if Hie reports of the 'lV,Vc t. o7 " o have hitherto drawn were as '..., r,innrls to J-'riny Z ,t hard-working fall ling to bo ,to i" " i, ,i,. .re ,1 teservinit men. ',, ,, 7a..a hv Mr, Frey they nave a.. ,Uu. --w . i , ur there is no iu... deserved tlispr'"". .., deserving a ndu.tnous, ' "P'T ' L M. Frev, the n in W;7th" "r,t. only been in Weath eweler. Mr. I -rey I' a" "'J . t u .r,ord a short time but by at in" 'f rrTh'conS and other ldVC.r n'.n.'r 1? ha, built up the large.! v bl.a.ii""r!'?,,,,,r" roaion of iron cil,, 1Ige does. nmlfrtni i" " a HOREHT WKR.ua TaNSILIV Mr. Tansill, the founder of the house af R. W. Tansill 4 Co., is still a young man, although he has been in active business for over a quarter of a century, and is now numbered among those suo sessful and prosperous business men of Chicago who have acquired wealth and independence through their own talents and exertions. Mr. Tausill was born in the State of Virginia in 1844. His mother died in 1840, and his father being an officer in the U. S. Marine Corps, the duties of which required cruises of threo years' duration, the subject of our sketch was practically left an orphan when less than two years of age. In 1801 he accompanied bis maternal grand parents, Weems.1 io .Illinois, where lie decided to remain. Mr. Tansill is tho lineal descendant of the Iiev. Mason Locke Weems, who was at ono time the rector of Pohic, General Washington's church, and is familiarly known as the historian of tho revolution. His works included, among many otb ers.the life of Washington which con contains the original hatchet story. Ob January J, 1807 he married Mary E. Mottcr, of Clayton, 111., and it was in this town that he first engaged in the cigar business. At an early date ho became convinced that Chicago -was the coming city of the west, and in 1808 ho decided to remove his business to that city, where, in tho great fire of 1871, his entire capital was" swept away. Like a great many other of Chicago's young business men, he was not crushed by this misfortune, but making a fresh start in business, paying his creditors 100 cents on the dollar, he, for a number of years conducted one of the largest cigar factories in Chicago. The enormous grow th of his business, covering ns it did tho whole country, to gether with the. increased demand for manufacturing and shipping facilities, caused him to transfer the manufacture of his cigars to New York, tho wisdom of which move has been demonstrated by the continued expansion of his business, so that he now enjoys the distinction of having the largest mail order cigar house in America. The enuscs of Mr. Tansill's successare not hard to find. He is a man of orig innlity and action. In carrying out au idea he 1ms the rare faculty of adapting the menus to the end, nnd once satisfied of the soundness of his plan, he exe cutes it energetically. These qualities are perhaps best illustrated by his unique achievement of building up and maintaining a great business with out drumming. It is needless to say that this desirable result could not have been brought about had lie not possessed an intuitive genius for advertising. It is Mr. Tansill's pol icy to, in all eases, do better by his ) nitrons than he agrees to do, but back of all this remains tho fact that he is far too shrewd to expend brain and money in pushing an article' which lacks the merit to back up its claims. His goods are never allowed to deteriorate, no matter what the demand for them may jie. The wisdom of his policy is dem onstrated bv the enormous business which he has developed. Mr. Tansill is probably better known to the smokers of the country as the originator of the celebrated "Tansill's Punch." This brand he placed on the market nearly a quarter of a cen tury ago. Its popularity was phe nomenal from the start. Its sales have been unparalleled in the his tory of the cigar trade, and it is recog nized to-day by the smoking public as the leading 5 cent cigar of the U. S. jieuver Republican, June 30th. Women are to be admitted to the Hart ford Theological college on the same terms as men. "llally Hoimd Flag, Boys!" The Grand Army Reunion to be held at Milwaukee (AuguBt 2Gth toiUst inclutive), will, in many respects, be one ol the most noteworthy of commemorative events. There will be no lack ol distinguished speakers. But the most attractive fea tures will be the "tie that binds" men who have fought, starved and bled for a sacred cause, the renewal of old-time associa tion., the rehearsal ol war experiences, I and the rekindling upon the altar ol pa triotism of undying devouon io one iis and one country." Veterans and their triends will be pleased to know that from all stations on the Ciiicaoo, Rock Island & Pacific Railway on its main line and branches BOTH KAST AND WlfST ofihkMis sorm liiVEit, the price ot tickets has been placed for this occasion at one taiie tor tiif round Titip, while children undertwelve ami over five years ol age will be charged onIy onk-halp this excursion rate, or one ouautkh the iiEoui.AR pare for the round trin Tickets will be on sale at all pnnci- ' stations on the Rock Island Route August 21 to August 28, 1880, inclusive, good for continuous passage to Milwaukee lit any time between these dates, and good ior letnrn passage leaving Milwaukee on anv date between August 27 and Sept. 5, 1HS9 inclusive. Holders ol euch tickets ho 'desire to make side excursions from Milwaukee to points beyond in anj direc tion cn, by surrendering their return coupon tickets for safe keeping to the jo.itt ...nt at Milwaukee, have them honored to original starting point where ticket was purchased (by proper bidor-ement), on any date not later than Sept. 30, !. a mn in a peck ol trouble is in a meas- Poker has taken the lead in society games in Boston, local papers state. If filleted with Sore Erei. one Dr. Isaac Thomp son's Eye Water. Druggist tell it. 2jc A bust of Susan B. Anthony is being modeled by J. Scott Hartley. "Stick to your business," is very good advice, but etill there are a great many people in the world who have no regular and profitable business to stiffc to: and there are others who are following a line of business which is manifestly unsuited to them. Now, when such is the case, you had better write to B. F. Johnson & Co., Richmond, Va., and see if they cannot give you a pointer. They have helped a great many men and women along the way to lortune, and now stand ready to assist you, too. Pennsylvania will be known from now on as the whiskevstone state. Hummer Tours via the U'abash. ' Round trip tickets are now on sale to the summer resorts of Michigan, New York, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, Mary land, Virginia, and all the principal resorts of the United States and Canada. Also one way and round trip tickets to Liver pool, London, Paris, and all parts of Europe via all lines at lowest rates. Write to or call on the undersigned for full par ticulars in regard to routes, rates, etc. G. N. Clayton, N. W. P. and Ticket Agent, 1502 Farnam street, Omaha, Neb. The only way to get a hen out of the gar den is to go slow but shoo'er. TAKE THE BURLINGTON ROUTE TWO IO GOOD flOUiCL Yon want a good Liniment for Burns,,. Spraini and Bruises. No family shoulAi pretend to keep house without a Lini ment. Let us name a remedy, RECOnMENDEO by thousands, who bear willing testi mony to its virtues and action when applied externally. Persons of erwry degree of intelligence and every ranlo: in life use fm Pros' Pain-lfc , National Encampment, Wis., August 20th to To IheR. A. It Milwaukee, 31st. The facilities afforded by the Burlington Route for reaching the Grand National Encampment of 1889 are second to those ot no other line. Through official trains, bearing the several department command ers, with their staffs and accompanying delegations, will run through the various stales and territories traversed by the line of the Burlington Route. Remember the Burlington Route is always the favor ite Line with comrades traveling to the National and other Encampments, both on account ol its admirable train service and its unequalled equipment J. Francis. General Passenger and Ticket Agent, Omaha, Neb. The city conneil ol Joliet, 111., has fixed the saloon license at $1,000. When Baby was sick, we gave her Castorla, When she was a Child, sue cried for Castorla, When she became Miss, she clung 10 Oastoria, When she bad Children, she gave them Castorla, If any of our readers doubt the matpc of this old standard remedy, we advise them to buy one twenty-five cent bottle and give it a trial. Persons Traveling" should -Iways have a bottle of Pain Killer with them, as accidents arer. liable to occur. Sol. Even-here il fa, ile, an jl i Bills SIMlliADACnErt rosiuvriy KMrem nfi Inese snua. Thev also reliev KM tress from DyspepauVtaJ digestion and TooHeerrn Eating, a perfeet rsia-l ledy for Dtmnew3anaal Drowsiness. Bad uawf in the Mouth, Ceated Toneue.Fain in th 8ki. TOKPID LIVER. Tkey regulate the Bow. Purely Votretabh. rrlee Z& Center CASTZB KEDICHTE CO., Small Pill: Small Dose. Small Price. In ITTLE IVLK PILLS. V? 1 Many an object in life mast be attained ay hank movements. At this seuson of the year there are al ways many deaths, particularly among children, trom summer complaint, diar rhea, dysentery, cholera morbus, cramps etc., but this season the cases seem to be unusually frequent and fafal, and every one ought to know that a sure and speedy cure can easily be obtained by taking a teaspoonful of Perry Davis Fain Killer in sweetened water (hot water is the best), every halt hour until relieved. This rem edy has never been known to tail. Full directions are with each bottle. It is kept by every druggist. This year's graduating class at Vaesar college numbers forty-nine young ladies. Sheriff's Sale. Smoke the Sheriff SaleSegar. A straight 10 cents Havana Cigar for o cents. It is the foolish aim of the atheist to scan infinitude with a microscope. For two two-cent stamps we will sent vou one ot the handsomest almanacs in the country. "Homestead," Omaha, Neb, Stilts are no better in conversation than in a foot race. 5 JACOBS OH Chronic jVenralgia,. Permanent Cures. Jaas 11, HIT. lafanS a loaf Ms wltk anralgla la ttt aus: tu eratreua at Han; gan at. Jawks OU atrial; av Van tatlrtly carte; aa rttara. JimiaTlaM miY, 111 W. tanbaisit., lalU., at. Permanent Cures. Octekw IT, nil. atf wtf. was paralrsai from aaaralfta; tea coml Mt walk a iup; I koagat St. Jamba Oil; altar en battle wai iM laa valkad aaaat; eaatlaaad as eaaeUtalv curat ear. JAS. t. MtraraY, Sprlagatle, Teas. Permanent Curea. Jmn. it. HIT. Tears ago Sad acaralf la; sat aabjact to attacks Raw. th can by at of St. Jacobs OU was paraa aaat; tacra has bra aa racamac of the palatal saUcitaa. E. w, SFAllQIXa, York, rasas. AT DSUSOIITS AXS DEAUU. THE CHARLES A. V0GELER CO.. Baltimore. HA , to be pitied. "T,' " of the atmosphere and in effect ol tiio " l..,i of mim ronntry obelisks. c i . soft materials ;" " fiW Wr ;H1' ft. P plexty ol testl- The splendor ol th "American Alps are beginnh K to be appreciated by our people, K a visit to Switzerland for gorgeous " " ,cry is unnecessary. The picturesque Sain resorts on the South Park Divi lion of the Union Pacific in Colorado are absolutely unrivalled on this continent. . vein 0t humor should be made visible without the help ol a reduction mill. ti you want a. Literary, Normal. Musical, . lllrl education, io to Drake llniversity, Des Moines, Iowa. See "ad." elsewhere. Every man is sometimes a uan on some other roan's hook. Plenty of eieep to conducive to beauty. DUTCHER'S FLY KILLER Makes a clean sweep. Everv sheet will kill a quart of flies. props Duszing arouna ears, diving at eyes, tickling your nose, skips hard words and se en res peace at trifling-expense. Send'i.leentaforS sheets to F. DUTCH KK, St.Albans, Vt. MAKES MOTHERS I .i C ACVr Mfll!, Jll .re ai DIMINISHES DAWU A GOOD PLACE for a MUSIC TEACHER Is slongslrte of the counter ot a DITSOK COMPANY MUSIC STOKE. A few hours of a summer tour may be profitably hpent In ejaimiolntc our exceptionslljr good new publications, and eelectlng lor toe (all CVrom,our 64-page list or books fwlilch please aslc. fot), we name a few books out of many. Kxumlnt for Slnyl.ii; nnd Vhortu lnn : Song Harmony. (60 cts. s doi. ) Emerson. Jtontl Singer, 160 ms. stWlo,.1 Emerson. AniericanMale Choir. (1 or tlo..l Tenncy-- JehovSh's lr:ie. ill or 15 (loz.) Emerson. Concert Selections. (llorWdoz.) Emerson. Or onr excellent Canlatas: Dairy Maid's Supper. (lOcts. 11.80 iloi.) Lewie Rainbow Festival. (20 cts. sl.au doz.) Lewie. Examine our upei-lor Hchaol Muie Jtook t 8niie Manual, Book 1. (30 cts. S3 doi. !P"tn crtHin 'Seine Manual, Book S. (40 cts. 14.30 doz.. Emerson. . , Song- Manual, Book 3. (50 cts. al.80 doz.- EmerKi.n. ... . United Voire. (SO cts. Il.ui dnz.i nmerson. Kindergarten and I'rlmary Songs. (Suets. 3 doz.) iCxutnin! our im Piano Uoltectlon. I'opular l'iann Collection. (SI) 27 piece.. FnpularDanee Music Collection, (tl.) And many others. Also, Popular Sonc Collection. (SI.) 37 Songs. Song ClaKsW'S. (Sop. II.) Alton.) SO Snnirs. Claude Tenor Songs. ill.) Baritone! Songs, (l ) yy book mailed for retail price. LYON Si HEALY, Chicago. OLIVER DITS0N COMPANY, Boston IRRIGATED I stone toll; abu LANDS': Rio Pecos Valley.. Southeastern New Maxim. Choice llm- tnnAanii: abundance of oure water: aetellsas-- ful ellaatll the year; almost continuous sun shine; altitude 3.500 feet; kaltblrt lewalicy in tb U. 8- no consumption, no malaria. Ml acre-. will yield competency. Write for particulars namina this paper, to reeae lrtlgallaa K veatseaal Co.. . Mains Chlcatr, IUV n r litis- iintJisaiw CURES WHERE AU ELSE FAILS. i Cough Syrup. Tastes good. In Urn. Bold By druggists. C7 I ' Jownstown Horror I Our New Book. 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