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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (July 2, 1891)
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kvu to llieciti.'ttrsofAn'K'-
T-,1 iitiL'liLiOiiioou. lie
';.rijt years ago I was taken
1 .suhereu as no one ivui a
cc.in. I then bcan tak-u-t
Flower. At that lime
it .;-o.it sufllrcr. Kvery-rt.-filistresse;
,1,e w that I
throw it up. 'H'e". in a
aj'.iu that horrid distress
' to eat and suikr
"agaiu. I took a
"little of your liitd
" k ine, and fell much
"L iVt nr.il f. f I c r
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tai; intra luise im.e
" August Flower my
" DysjK j'sia disap
nrA since that time I
vrr had the first sign of it.
n'iiicted with that terrible
r.r the troubles enured by
! try August flower, as I
-!" ! tke.e isuo medicine
cijI- in-!, .(
,-thinir without the
listress. I wish all
!;: if-if MEDICINE
k: i , m of J I i ..... Ilmn
Hot" t and rtvialiir. In bnr.ae.
l?.l i.,il w:iiiiniMi p?friBtM;
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huA If all tliucjcula.
f;;f am nu:w
: i - r ir. J 1; .... fu ' , t.t
, 4.. K r i-i'l
.ill - VitVor't XUotr Kulrf f.i. -mo.
Sniail l)r'csii'ii- i;el .. ecii
(ty fashion of making tlifc
'-.in' ui the table obtains
-liiouabto people at Bii'.ail In
lui'-r. J.clnro iiio )ri'C':i!ig
Is been removed tho servant
fc hostess a shallow silvur bowl,
lli are broken Die yolks of two
if'jre lnr are al o lilaced the
two, liny silver rKlTur
Win? whito and cayenne.
smnll mu .iird not with the
mordant, and a bit of buiion
or a second ininilure do-
tarragon vinegar, as the ladle
v. bile Ilia jilaten are being
the mayonnaise it concocted.
nmbeaU'ii jo!k0 aro carefuiJy
first a Haltspoon of salt and
f dry mustard, a poo l pinch
lie and a better one of while
-(.a with a Biiver frk tho stir
ess bcL'iim. I'ron by (Iron tbe
L. A . .. :. U 1 1.1
Ivetv, tlif niavounaiSH is r ;vy
l-jueli of acid frota It rnun or
anl afterward to bo echj
lie t.ililo as wic(taiai is servi u
(hil eliice for (left tiiifrers,
uaa ot View in !x"tv York
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'' i oniij i ni.servation,
i-ie rus s, .e .;, i,is i,,,lrt l0 3
ounx v.-o;i:a:i u !.;,, M !lt u r,..
:at,-danl the ').,-
.inM;tli!y f.,r a ti; Tneii.
wy, the iu,r cc; si-d to jii.iilu upon tb
youn; man a. ul y,j e and slowiy fioz! had driven
l-.X!i!amio:ii wi re sought, b'it mm?
wer-civeii, and aft-T a painful wairii
tlir..i!.-;i ;, ,,:,v,y , f :i nu-iiii iry tui
t! :ec ii,-.' ( f 1!,.. md h'.i c'b'itH-.' the
)'o'ii;r lii i'i f.'.vi; H i tby comi:.dril!u
and w-nt n i hi ; iniiidi, 1 way.
Not IO!!'r H.'il ill" iLbl iwejlsilill 111 fiixi
H v, tie (Jot Hi.. Slurp.
e: j Ir ayv-tttvilif 'J euu.. shortlv after
'''em cyrione v.l.ich did
!'i:!'-e in 1 hat stat
. i -I- . . .
" " n pKins, Uiiomi. was bauScil
a very vivid i.lus
I'S woNian nvipro-
Cb:'37o Tribune: "In tho brsione
- itf r.A-
'I a Til i .1 ..1,.. 1 ; .. m. w ... j
ate and Kentucky old i 5'8,t,f LeH:,vi,le." tto visitor
Jored. waS hauied ,n. ! J.rel:ite:."tli, re w:!a IKa
dial tho Vquire, the
i'nd several o!ln-ri v.tm
'""ojrii, fl.0I;t li lLe .s,Jlljrt.s diipJ.
huiemii, ,a'I hands, v.i:h the exeei
tioii of J, ,l: .bating incidents of the
terrible sionn; the B.juire winding up
wth a tree oi, his farm from which the
v. md had hirippni tl.e bark, and the
eo!oi,td -scmi" this with a brick wall
a lliJ l'iai-i-1 lirr.nali i.r.t, a..
"in. ii lut; Ltjiii.imi
i wlieat straw.
i.d the evidi-nce nai nil
he colonel idciitifvinir (he
Hbeep wlij,.), h;i( I,,.,.,, ,oulld haiiging
I'' oil Jed's l a, k pi.r;h.
I'd ha-.e to bold yo.i. old linn, u;i:n
. e.ni ( 5T..U.I, how t1 a. she
:n tl;e t;
(he s ui:, iir liccti-d siai-e the even
Jr.. in whi-h i,.. 'dated his decline in
yoinu' woman's lavor. Nona !hi:i
poe'.i d.H a'lrticteil Id m, a-
tew U'bnl be Wanted,
elphia Xcws: "I want an oys-
aiid I don't want the oys em
n:s and lniik all mixed in a
merely heated. I want the
i fully boiled fusd, then the oy-
i I, t'ext the liijiior and fin. illy,
i taken off, tho seasoning, be
ricular about the milk.
st be sweet and rich and.
li things, Ixi careful to get piod
Only the best and freshest gilt-
Brf luitti r Hhouid be used. As
P-ystcrs, 1 waul tho very best to
li"'d any where; no common mud
Jr mo. Xow don't forscl."
-Yes, sah. Do you wish tho
villi or without, ah
iruer ltn or without what?
t l'earl. sah.
A Stranc Eipcrlenca.
ant "Anything remarkable
Ion your last trip?"
Imor "Ilemarkablel One of the
euomenal occurences ever heard
me such a ,tart that I haven't
it yet It was on the niht
I East." ' t
Hell! What was It T
train suddenly stopped, met
P passengers began asking the
l-r what wu tha matter, he
Jib away, nor hew nor htw, noi
)Z He Just stood still and told
Street .trimJUi's Good Mews.
eonmg inn to lb rt
'r reastraw WelL son. what
cam at college 7
-I learned to fence, for one
Peastraw-Thafs good; HI
H.iil. . .... ....I .....'II
...us wiuuiivn) m
in one ol the
Kia'.u alien n n, . i.d wi.eu the si.iue
tliin' w;is drafted into the ti-ht ol day
it prove,! t a be a well idled purse.
Finally the recilleetton oi how it put
there came back to biju and he rrinem
bered slyly nbftractiii? it fiom tint
I'Oi ki t of (Ik-voan,' v.:iuian, with the
intention of having somu innoi-ent
aniiihenicii! at her expense wii.'ii (lie
lo:,s . iL.covt red. i!'U he was not
an adept in this eceliar kind of tdj
Sl:aetion, tiiaj the yoim; woir.an was
perfectly av.areof what, he was doll:,
and it was only liecauw she was ueep;y
engrossed at lli lime with a thrilling
scetie on the stage that she failed to
i !er comdii'-ion, when w".-k elapsed
and lie' yo'.tiig man had tailed to re
turn II. e in-iiiey, was uucoiiipliuicutar;. ,
'J I.;; young man's explanation when
he ret in ie 'd the purse w as !ieeept'il
To his lii.--gust be 'onn I thai his rival
had been accepted al-o.
I'nniel Wt )st. r's I'nt.
Looking at the auth ntie li.it. of Pan.
iel Webster in a lioston hat store win.
(low one feels as one does in looking at
the armor of some old warrior of the
middle ages, which nobody could so
touch as Mr.pser under nowadays.
There is no one to draw tho bow of
I 'losses or wear the hat of Webster.
I'ndeniably it is a shocking bad hat,
but how many hair biained statesmen
ot ibe present day would be tickled to
death to beanie to wear ill It would
be a good idea for some of the caricatu-
ists os the I'aint and Clay ciub (o rep
resent tho whole congressional delega
tion from Massachusetts standing up
under that great square crowned hat.
One doesn't wonder that even Carlyle,
the Scotch Thersiles, stood aghast be
fore the bow that this ancient bat cov
ered, and exclaimed: "There is your
Yankte Knglishman!" Carlyle records
the incident himself, and it teem that
he was so much taken b:u-k by the sug
gestion of power in Web.'ter that he
couldn't say anything more contemp
tuous of him and was obliged merely
to content himself by getting in a little
bit at the w hole Yankee race, intimat
ing that they were only a variety of
A man who has been spending the
season in Florida tells of a cracker
preacher who camo to the little church
in the pine woods at Allamoiilo the
other ,Suti'l".y and delivered a very feel
ing sermon, lie was thoroughly earn
est, sober, well-meaning man and he
did his be.it to impress his audi-ncc;
but when in his sermon ho delivered
himself its follows Ids northern hearers
were perhaps not impressed the way he
wished them to be: -Xow, there's my
wife; she's one of tho best women that
ever lived, she is; and every day of her
life when she gets her chores dono up
she goes inter tho closet, shets the
door and prays. Xow, do you s'pose
you could slop mv wife er pray in'? Xo
girl you couldn't stop her prayin not if
you was to give her a dollar a day! Xo
sir! (with much emphasis) not fer er
dollar er day you couldn't stop her!"
. il:e magistrate.
plain, '.-O.H re," .),.,! .,.
'en 1 got up in the maw
p was j.-.s' Javin' dar."
''And yon dun'j. know who brought it
' a..i t
ion' !,u s
'I'.vin de cyclone blow edit
"Aha' 'I.e. -an de cyclone Mowed it
'hir, eh? And did yon ever see a cyclone
th'it eoidd nlu;, a sheep''
"Xo, suh, can't say as I has, icsan
'tv..,i la! same cyclone what peeled
'l":ir" Xasoa's tree and driv the straw
tleoo Colon-l Halleidyue's wall."
'ine -;:iiri- pid'ed tip his specs and
look a long look at Jed and the colonel
:"d Haled that he would not
pio aa-nte the case farther, as this was
tlieiirst cj clone that had ever blown
of his jiroperty into Jed's po.sses-sion.
ineling- for (he First Time.
V railroad engineer in Maine sav a
j man on the track waving at him a few
jdaysagii, and, his min i idled with the
' lwsilii!i:i. s of impendiiigdaiiger, slop
: ped I he I rain, i:ery oil" was ill a hi:.h
st, ee i,i t-, ;ieni"i,t, lint l ; , t- man coolly
boarded the smoking ear without utter
ing a word. He looked as if he had not
traveled far from his native heath, and
on being questioned said: "Wal, 1 just
waved my hand 'cos 1 wanted to gel, on i
the keers. I'm going ter Wells, and I
never been on the keers before." lie
i spoke, it is said, with an lmmi.-tnkable
I air of innocence, and raised such a Hood
of good iiat tire that the conductor
silent iy took his fare, and when he
landed at eils he was loudly cheered
in honor of his lirst ride. - I'hi'adelphia
( liinesci VYh Kky .Sdlcrs.
Among the applicants for renewal of
liquor licenses in Collector Kerwin's
ollice the other day were thirty China
men. They don't sell bad Jleiica
whisky, but confine themselves to the
important article. Their chief beverage
is called rice wino. An expert says that
it is about equal in affect to Jersey
applejack. When tho Chinaman do
aires some blight change fiom the
opium pipe or suffers from loss of ap
petite he rcsorla to rico wino. Many
casks of the articlo aro annually im;
ported from China. A Chinaman
rnrel Lil'-'iTiAlS-'0'1" wll,"k
JaiiancM' Hal iilat ions.
AVhiie waiting for a train at Yoko
hama station not many years ago, a
tourist observed a. Japanese gentleman,
faultlessly ;i( tired in European dress,
approach a Japanese lady (also dressed
after the manner of civilized nations)
and lift his hat with a pretty bow
made in the orthodox western style.
Thereupon Mme, Chrysiuilheuie, look
ing a trille embarrassed, essayed to re
turn the compliment by lifting her
bonnet. Finding, however, that this
troublesome headpioco declined to
yield, the poor little lady tugged at it
hard with both hands, but as all her
exertions wereunavailingshe ultimate
ly slid her hands down tho front of her
dress and inclined her body after the
manner of uncivilized Japanese when
they met each other in the street nat
urally clothed.- San Francisco Argo
A Farm Without a Whip.
There is a beautiful farm just back
of Ocean ."-priiif;a, Miss., owned by Mr.
Parker Jlarle, who, very wisely allows
no man on the place to use a w hip on
any of the stock. It is said that there
is hot one old whip on the farm, proba
bly a relic of some other owner, but the
old w hip is not used, and the farm roes
well and the animals work with a will
and never feel the lash. Kindness can
run anything, even a farm. Xew Or
A Tramp's Lartrc Kstut.
The Abbe Martin, a French parish
priest, was one day accosted by a mis
erable, poverty stricken man in rags,
who said he belonged to a great and
wealthy family which he had dishon
ored in many ways, lie begged the
abbe to get him into a monastery,
where he could live and die in obscur
ity and unknown. The abbe procured
his admission into a Spanish tnunastiry
as lay brother. A few years after ho
received a letter to the effect that he
had been appointed sole legatee of a
person who had died in a monastic es
tablishment in Spain possessed of prop
erty in France worth many millions of
Armed with his papers he visited the
diceased's family to lindthat'a brother
had taken possession of tho paternal
property in tho belief that the heir had
died in penal servitude. An agreement
was arrived at under which tho abbe
received an annuity of 2,400 on condi
tion that ho never disclosed tho name,
of tho family of the defunct monk.
The romantic story came out in a court
of justice recently, where tho abbo ap
peared to prosecute two thieves who
had stolen tho whole of his annuity
just received. He steadfastly declined
to mention tho source of his wealth,
but admitted that the family noble
and great. London Tit Itits.
vide and received no more remuneration,
j or consideration than he would had ha
i "o! Possessed a title. Jiaroa Kosencranz
came to i.i-.idville from Denmark, and
in spite of his noble name Leadvilie's
citizens declare that he was as poor as a
mouse. Count Koup, a Ilussian noble
man, was at one time a common oro
digger, but afterward rose to a higher
place -that of 'manager of a smelter.
Count Koup, now resides tit Uutte,
Mont., and honors that city with his
titled name. It was even possible to
have assaying done by a nobleman ten
years ago, as a Hungarian lord had an
assay oiiice perched upon one of I.ead
"One of tha wildest characters that
S aced the Leadviile mining camp was
the i:e -hew of Lord Coke and Lady Les
lie. 'J his young man wished to be con
sidered bold and bad, and the airs he
assumed outcowboyed the cowboys. His
costumes were considered remarkable
even for Leadviile of ten years ago,
but were not of such character as would
bo permi'ted to grace the homo of his
'"The visitor to Leadviile today would
never dream that the nobility from the
other side of the Alantic had sent its
representatives to the Cloud City, yet
such is the case, and the citizens of
Leadviile, strange to say, do not feel at
all proud over tho determination of so
many lords, barons and count3 to seek
their booming camp. It is not with
i pride thai Leadvilie's citizens point to
the nobility that have honored their city,
but rather with amusement and just a
trace of pity."
A Xew Work (or Women.
In i'.i.U that great city where all
one's needs and caprices are catered to,
there are profusions for women en
tirely unknown in this country, says
the Ladies' Home Journal. And one
is the professional packer. When you
think of going away, is not one of your
sighs its to how you shall get all your
belongings in your trunk? When you
reach your destination don't you iind
them creased, mussed, and, if possible,
what a tiny woman near me calls "in
Well, the packer comer, in, you tell
her what you want to take away, and
then h i i.er do her work. Skirts are
skillfully folded, bodices have sheets of
tissue paper laid between them, and
the sleeves are stuffed to shape with it;
slippers have their toes Idled with raw
cot'on so they do not reach their des
tination ilattencd out; and hats and
bonnets have tapes attached to them so
that they may bo pinned to the box or
tray and will not move until you aro
ready to lift them out. This a work for
which a busy or rich woman will pay
well, and a woman who becomes expert
at it, cTtii in the going-away time make
that mysterious amount known as "a
tidy little sum" very easily. The packer
conies to the house, t akes off her bodice
and assumes a loose jacket, and then
she is ready for her work. Who, among
the many wdio are asking for some
thing for a woman to do, will start in
tl, is profession? It is a work easily
learned, and offers a variety that must
appeal to every woman. Xeither is it
irksome; hence, a profession which
oilers more than the usua1 advantages
of a woman's skill.
Curious Tornado Kficcts.
One of the occupants of the flood cot
tage, near Lake (iervais, an elderly lady
was was very fond of taking care of
fowls, and had raised nearly a hundred
chickens and ducks. These were all
killed by the storm. The lady had also
made a nice lot of soft soap, of which
she was very proud. Thesoup had been
1 ft on a board by the side of the house,
; ::d of course was carried away by the
wind. Tho occupants of tho house
took refuge in the cellar when tho
storm was seen coming. All were more
or less injured and their clothing torn
from their bodies. It was nearly half
an hour before all were released, more
dead than alive. The lady spoken of
was half unconscious, and tlio.nioment
she was taken from tho cellar she took
one glance al the work of the tornado,
tluew up her hands and exclaimed, "Oh!
where are my ducks and my chickens,
and where is niy nice soft soap.
1 ier soft soap has probably dissolved
in Lake (Iervais, but the remains of her
ducks and chickens were found here
and theie within a radius of a mile or
more from tho house. The idea that a
tornado could pluck tho feathers from
a fowl as clean as could tho most ac
complished chef has been laughed at,
but some of tho chickens and ducks be
longing to tho flood family were
stripped, of every feather. Hut that
was not the only remarkable thing
about them. Some of tho chickens
found nearly a milo from the house had
their necks stretched to a remarkable
length, the necks of some, it is said by
thoso who saw them, being at least a
foot long. Another incident of tho
storm is that one of the ladies who took
refuge In tho cellar was almost covered
with oats, the sharp needles of which
penetrated her clothing and stuck to
the skin. The husband of the lady
vouches for this occurrence, and says
that it took nearly half an hour to re-,
move the oats. St. rauI.Kio.nsex.Pfusa.
Ji Le ;r ect 'liiii;;.
A p mi'Iii r t f lead, j-g fanwrsof Ki.-e
-in') hi.ve ot j.ani.ed the Kansas Al
.:.! e 5 o:n Af o ia ioa fvr tho ps.r
i. '(of if ..".til.? ii oiiey on fust ITlort
,, ; oi ;: ea'aie. 'i be secretary ia
li. i'f.r-1 .ji i e:i-si, Kansas. The
lao is to rai e funds fiom alliance
itn ly v.syo'' iU'erijtioii to t"ie
aj i s'"ei of the company to redeem
he fa ino tbit are i.boot to bo fore-
'i h s is ft ieov !n tbp riglu direction,
i d ii proiM-r'y liU'-tlleJ will save many
;:.a-s ii" oes fr -in f-.r.-el sure. Xo
.-iit t! e i:-teni investor will rejoice
i g-H i g Lis money instead of K in
as fir. in. Wo have advoca'.ed tlii-
v an", t i.li i.loiu', but believe tint
uld b-f Lest i'Ci". mpiUhed by ll e Fan
A 1!. iii.ee Exchange Co., or the s au
': '!.. e. Ti. ciear..! many thousand
; F.ok'.i i'iiiinHS who liave numc io
.o, it-id we think after next bar-. et-t
e--v.i.i i..: many ni'u wis.) c -'iia
;::') I. !,!-ia an inv.ii oii.ai of tins
::-, !, which would prove a relief to
in: y rh i i.ave dofi. u.'te-.l, and reiniin
i al ie t- the clock licid.TS. This is
la-.-iic; 1, 'I'ld v.e cannot see why the
ii. i- nuki'itf has not been toado long
i;o. AIih.i.c-0 Tribune, Topeko.
t'ri ic-l Sim-kings.
The daintiest stockings to be worn
a bride are of lino white silk with a
,t -d..i;i-in of Yidenciennes lace set In
I..' instep, the design being one of
rau'-'c bios'i'ims. Ti-y are as frail as
he prove; bial cobweb however. When
uie is going to save on wedding gown
,n J wedd jig fan, it i just as well to
ii,. -,e the beautiful stockings to go witb
it, fo that the next generation may nee
ju it what mamma wore on her wed.
W'l! write it .'own till eve fjhiidy sees it
Til! C"r:, 0 i:iy it m.-k of rf'-ei i; it.
'J 111 ureryo kI k no ..-1 it i;h ut seeing it
that I )r. Sagt'n Cn: an h Keinedy cures
llio ivor-t (H -o of chronic eiturrh in
tho head, eatanhid bendn. he, nnd "e Id
ill the bt'.-id." In perfect faith, it,a niak
en;, tho World's iJifcpeos.iry Medical As
eocia'ion tf Uullah., X. Y., ( f,.-H to psy
to i ny one i-ii!f. ring from chronic
catarrh io tho bend whom they cannot
Now if the condition vera reversed
if they asked you to nay 8 0.) for a pie,
live cure you might hoflate. li.- (.re
reputable men, w.th years of hooornhh
deal ng; thouc-aids of dollars a.id u
irr-mt name back of them and they say
"We can cure you i ei-iiuse wo'vo cured
thousands of others like you if we cni'i
we ill pay you .5('0 for tho know'to'Isj
that, there's olio whom we can't, cure."
They believe in thfeiueelvcs. Isn't, i:
worth a lial. Isn't any tiial profornb'e
If ! n.vews ho ihf trim t.i Rt. of merit
if. is a settled fact (hat "l-.rowu's t.r -
rhiul Tmrhf'x have no equal for the
prompt -rt lie! of Coughs, Colds and
Throat Iron, ies
Superintendent Y'ou are. late, what
Ikdated Messenger 0, Just a littl3
Superintendent You should never
let such a trilling thing as an incident
interfere with your business.
Belated Messenger But this little
incident weighed just nine and one-half
Domids. K press (lazetta
Only Pill for Constipation, Oyn
peptti -., Sour Stomach, Kick Head
iic-lie, k.ail Jtrenlh. No Griping-.
No Xatisea, no Tain. Small Pill,
sale Pill. IJettt Pill
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Tlie largest stock of Artifl
ci.tl lives in the West. An as
Hordiu'iit of eyes Btint to any
aoort'sa allowing purchaser
to select one or more and re
turn the balance thus assuring
i nerlect in. Unice, 103 ritate St., Chicago. Ui.
i)K. Ii. A. CAMF1KLD,
vpnsultinc nnd operating- surgeon to the Chicago
five and Ear College. Patients nt a distance treated
ivith unparalleled success and when visitine the city
.re furnished board and lodging- at reasonable rates.
the old-fashioned pill. Too
reckless in its way of doing
business, too. It cleans you
out, but it uses you up, and
your outraged system rises up
against it. Dr. Pierce's Pleas
ant Pellets have a better way.
They do just what l's needed
no more. Nothing can be
more thorough nothing is as
mild and gentle. They're the
smallest, cheapest, the easiest
to take. One tiny, sugar
coated granule's a gentle lax
ative three to four are ca
thartic. Sick Headache,
Constipation, Indigestion, Bil
ious Attacks, and all derange
ments of the Liver, Stomach
and Bowels are promptly re
lieved and permanently cured.
K.N. U. York Neb.
Tho most, complete line of
DrcAB Reform Goods in the
nnrr.it-wpHt. li:r.iuilitiir llm cnl-
J brnit'd Equipoise and DsUaxta
must, .itmucus miner niiwuM-
ties and Joraey Kuit Underwear.
ticnil stamp ior true ilhulratad
MIM. T. PIKE,
13 Madison U Chicago.
07TFXTS ft 8TOPLXZI
PftlOI LIST rI4
SWEET. WALLACH k CQ
215 Wabash Av.. CMoaf-
Hpy riClfCVJ CURED TO STAY CURED.
Ill i i. W Lii We want the namcand ad
dressof ev cry sufferer in the
0. fl U SU) h U. S and Canada. Address,
$1 l0lUMi f.HroldE.7M,M.D.,BafW,I.I
Free Trade Prices
No 1'ro tjctioD t
& C Sewing Jnow I (
$40M-chiiicS on I 0
We are now selling our
Western Improved Singer
Sewing Machine same aa
cut complete with all at-
Send for circular and see full descoiption of this
ind oti.er styles to N, A, Sculiin & Co., 763 W.
Lake St.. Chicago, 111.
DniU IH Or Morphine Habit
Dr. H. V. t'OlXINS, Original blscoTerer
Pnlnlcss Opium Antiilola.
Will enre ynn nf homo withont any intrrrnptlon
of ordinary bnwinnsB. Boftk sent f toe to any ad
droaH. Ilundro-lf ot oriirinul textimoniale of
nhysicians nndotliam fi.r inspect ion atnirof
lice, Koom27 Anipricnn Kinren llnildin. Mon
roe st.. Chicflfro, 111., P. 0. Drawer 681 (formerly
La Porte, lnd.)
I bar. a rmsitir. Mraedj for the abm dlu; by iM
m thonauidf of ease, ot tlie wont kind and of lent
BUndioghaTO beoo oared Indeed so strong- ii mr fait
ka rUefSoacr, tint I wilt send two bcttlu raxx,vitk
VALtJAnLRTRBATlSK on this diseaMtoanyeal.
scr who will send me (heir Kxpreua and P.O. addreaa.
. A. iMish M. C 181 Feu-I gtM N. T.
JStdulx Wire Pence.
. a. . a. B iv
Visible at a nat rllntAiiM. Tuouaq
w5 . eg'g
J. A. BAKBKR. Preetd-nt
.' he aafest fenoe raada. Doas not Inlnee
Visible at a a. aaldlstanea Tliraiaands al tasiB
menials. lend foroiroalan and priaes.
Uarb wire. Aiklross
Sour Wife Fence Co..
71ROPI.HA HOUHK UUII.OING, CHIOAOO
. A. BTRrBr. scretar. Win, HOUliiNWBCk, Treearw
l.at(Jouih Medicine, Recommended by Phyticiana.
Ourcg where all elite fa.il. Plcotant and agreeable to tha
taste. Children take it without objection. Pdrnggbta.
pi la uailea of Homo do Ya the SuncUH.
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