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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 4, 1892)
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T.,; nation urorlainatiuu.
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L'aiiom o the n that h
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by a cart-mi miu rimi,
of tlie letters, in jirouiiciug
Itlient portrait of Abraham
Hit author of Hie lamoiis
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tt, Hi lue center m tun t.
dj.thelftierinc itwlf is made
portrait of Mr. Lincoln.
ire probably a large unrulier
Liriginally slrurli off, but copies
no very rare: As aspwimen
knsliip it is certainly very
rrrf III Mnliihurlit Aclil.
ins sc eijiuic limn nas ue c-Kirt-u
lire of a nation's civilation
mica by Hie ainoitiit l
fiil it consume, since this
essential to the most skillful
id economical methods in the
irrhaiiical arts. Measured by
.dan! the civilization of I he
tales it the highest on earth.
ins oi: mummy clothes with
1 produced only through the
f sulphuric acid are taken as
nc of the high civilization
in ancient Kgypt.
Toilet ufa at.
"tine ana small. mnl-A ti,.
mmi caret ul toilet of any dass of
animals, excepting some of the
oppossums. The ho,,, a,,u t)(?m KMh
uirmseives m exactly the game
manner as the cat. wetting the dark
m.lia rubber like hall of the fore foot
and the inner toe, and passim? it ,,vn
the face and behind the ears The
loot is thus at the same ti,e a face
s"nge and brush, and the rough
.uiiip con. ns tl.e rt-st of the body.
mm aiso use tlie.r feet to wash tliir
faces, and the hares foot is unsuitable
lor a brush that it j ahvavs used tc
apply the -paint to the ia'ce for thf
HI lie nurd, SI VI).
leXoekcni- Klcanliw, ISO.'.
Lust . 3u.li ami 8 ptcmb.jr 27th
: one lower t riistH-lass laic will
from camera roints to iio iitn
.AM. I'y. fir two home n-c'i-
Irsions. In kcts will lie g,, at
ti,al railway p-ints ns far cant
oaml Piitchiirir. T cki U will
itlun thirty duvs from date of
stop ovcra will lie allowed on
lound tr p nfter ntuwiuc t'.e
river. 1 i;e?e excurs o:ih cii
lies in t! c cast t comc wrt and
-ir iru'i.ils a vnit at a verv low
I look over the (rrcat proiliu live
'r- ol us liMlipr ulll 1
ph-HHil to Ichiii that there in ai leant out
dreailcl (Iim-hsc t,Ht si ien.P l,nJ l.,u.,
ah.i' tocure in hI it stHj-eg and that i
Catarrh. Half- Catarrh Cure is th
only o-itiu- cur,- now known to tin
mcliiiil fraternity. Catarrh lieiiiL' i
oi f-iiiiuiuiial ilietisc, requires a const i
liltion:.! trestincnt. llal Catarrl
( lire is taken int-mallv, acting direct
i.v uxn inc iiiuoil ami mucous surface'
of the system, hereby destroying the
louiiiiittion ol the disease, and giving thf
paueni strength i,y li.nliling upthe con
riinu an. i assisting nature in donip
lis work. I be proprietors have so mud
taitn in i s ciualive owers, that the
offer lino Hundred Dollars foi anv case
mat it lailR to cure, .Send for list ol
lest luminals. Address
V. J. C1IKXKV A CD . Toledo. 0.
old hy Druggists, Tic.
htf-i (.rrt tValrrnorlt.
iy, India, has opened magnill-
waterworks, supplying the
ravity with 3l,fKJ0,(K)0 gallons
daily. The water is brought
nut artificial lake and passes
sixty-two miles of tunnels
erworks including the dam
nets, are amonu the fatuous
ting works of the time.
One l.nr lrlnlrl. f mn Ton Find
I he Worn?
Ihrcp liu h i)lr.y mlvirllw'nicnl In
"o week, wlilrli linn mi luo ni.i.ln
I1 one word. The mine m true of
ne )iiieiirlii( each wwk, from the
iniuino l o. Thi hoiitia plHceii
on everjllihiit thi jr make and puis
llir It. MeiUl thfrn (Iia r.amu I ttif
IfTwill Ktllm von MMIK. HKAI T1.
'""rniw SA.MI'l.hS t Kl-.r..
An Original Mrlhoil.
A half dozen prominent young
women of Sault Ste Marie adopted i.
novel way recently of imiiishing Fied
Clayton, a young man who had beet,
scattering scandalous tales regarding
them. Dressed in old clothes and
armed with brushes and two buckes
ol' blight red paint, I hey called at his
home and inveigled him out. Four of
the young women seized and dragged
him haf a block down the street and
held him while the other two vigorously
plied the paintbrush. AVnen they
finally released him there was not a
spot on his clothes, face or head that
was not covered with coat of fiery
oels assistance it may he he-t to ren
dcr il promptly, hut one should remem
her lo use even the most iiertect reme
dies only when needed. '1 he best and
most simp c and gentle remedy is the
vruu ol I'il'R, manuiacturoii iy the
Calilorn a 1-ig Syrup Co.
The limit li ofl.irr.
breath we draw into the lungs
and a half to two Hints of
rt it requires about two anil
lions of pure air a minute, or
K'sheads every twenty-four
Brly to supply the lungs.
In f'rf't;reive KiiiMht.
The ecological section of the
i.'iissiaii Denartment or wines win
undertake a survey of the hteppef
between the ( ral and the Sea of Aral
for the purpose of building a railroad
and opening up the mineral resource?
of this region.
Tnr relievine1 Throat Troubles and
n -v. (Immii Jlronchiat irucnet
have a world-wide reputation. ,S'W only
Imx'i. I rice io 'as.
'Irrj will rcmonilMr tUa
tome lemarkahle curat
I weki a?o In these
rlet attracted wldMpioad
kr ll.n MafAn that
l.lihaMn l..lrf that til ",S
I..K I....... I.Im ill
be found the iiarHC'i"1
ruallr remarkahle caio. ! V"
lua miraculously re :,,r '
fch. The article atp"
A Iletrult Mlra.lB.
hded Uuttlnr K1-
lyougoinirto do when you
Jlow's face assumed an ex-
! ariieat gravity as lie re-
1th a voice wiucn w
ttn with sad memories oi
Itlmblea Came to Knglana.
were scarcely known in
efore the reign of James i.,
, jopl'" a mechanic, came
,,iian, bringing with him
them. Finding very soon
Bmand for his wares was in.
d would soon exhaust the
established a factory of
1 Islington and invited over
pis countrymen to assist in
The success and profit of
Mloff were greatly beyond
Tlio l'onr Savage,
About 22,00:i iieople of the Kaffir
nee are settled in om of the divis
ions of Cape Colony, in Southern Af-
n.i l...A Cialln .iiiHitfnriwi
rica J liey 4;yc immij i.iiiwitt
tract of country there, and have made
romnrkable progress in civilization
within a few years. They are of a
peculiarly peaceafflef law-abiding
character, and have little use for the
few policemen whom they keep. Mr.
Gresswell, an African geographer who
knows them well holds that they are
of a higher type than the Malys, or
the Maories, or the red Indians and
believe that they will become very
influential in southern and centra)
Nnl Very Kiiviilira(ln(.
Algy had spent a long evening with
Miss Kdith. At last he arose to go.
Her handshake was not cordial enough
to suit him; in fact, it was very limp
and exhausted. He was disappointed,
for he had expected a very different
parting, but in a vein of pleasntry he1
"Oh, shake hands with a man, Mia
"I should be bleased to, Mr Hrown"'
was her quiet rejoinder.
Altrv Las not called since.
Iurinf ILttlme between the eiami
naticu and immatriculation in a (ier
man university,- said Professor
"uenen to a reporter of the Ind
,, , ' lDe yuuS student
- .nu,e, uecai15e i)e is neither an
ass nor a horse, but something between
. jiu when he is smart enough
enter one of the students' societies-
'VaaPf .la.,! ..
".uoiuiiugeu-ue is called a for
you would call it freshman-becomes
aur on a burned fox. which inriieat
uiai tie in beer, jn ti.a ljr.. ,h.n a - ,
io,auu graJualiy rises to tl.ediiTer.
ent honors in his 'crops,' or club, as
"Jor, who educates the young
."""u,a" i me art of drinking, fenc
ing major who drills the foxes in the
use or their rapier and sword; and sen
ior, or moss head, after he has been i
the crops for half a century.
i.acn lox chooses a fellow or a mosi
"Mi, 10 whom he at taches with Imilr
aim soiii, ior wcom he goes on errands
wnose boots he blacks, whose dehts 1
pays, whose correspondence he writes.
lor whom he learns and nuts down the
lectures: for whom, in short, he doc
everything short of stealing and initr
(.entig. ihelellow, in his turn, pro
teclsthe fox -or, as he is called hi
1...1., ... 1
in uarreis oi all sorts, ao
..i. .i....... t . i .
KTj.iouiieis ior nun, makes his cause
us own whenever tiie fox is too inex
perienced to stand his own ground, and
is like au elder brother to him. Friend
ships like that are to last a life time
U my time the clubs, or verbinduii
gen, weie ail the rage. A student who
did not belong to one of them was
ihose verbindiingeu' were divided
into two different classes, such whose
members accepted a duel when offered
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.iiiu sucii vino tun not. the lirst class:
were called 'honorable verbinduiigen
or 'honorable clubs'; the second 'blasen
or 'debbles.'and their members 'camels.
1 he honorable clubs are again divided
in corps and laiidsmaanschaf'ten, the
names of which were derived from (lie
name of old Herman countries, for in
stance, .i.ievia, iraucoma, suxonia.
liorussia, and so forth. The 'bubbles
are divided into 'biirscheiischatten,'
'fellowship' and simple vereine pr clubs,
which may be very nice, but dop'i
amount to very much in the eyes of an
'honorable student.' A 'student' who
gives you his left cheek when you have
slapped him on the right one may make
a good preacher in after life; as a stud
ent he hardly deserves recognition, and
you have a right lo slap him right auc
The liuest verbinduiigen are the
corns. 1 lie princes ol our royal house
have all been corps students in Rome
and llerlin. There are crops which re
ceive as members only the highest aris
tocracy, princes, counts, barons, etc
My corps, Franconia, was a corps more
on occount of its principle of students
honor than on account of the nobility
of its members, Although we wert
most of us sons of high state o Hi dais
army ollicers, etc., there were, never
theless, some of the most noble unit
valiant and highly estemed fellows ii;
the corps sons of simple citizens
bakers, shoemakers and so on. Jlrav-
ery was the first paragraph in our codes
of honor. A duel was offered the ac
cepted on the slightest pretense. A
word, a look, a gesture, was sometimes
sufficient to open hostilities whicL
ended in a dual.
"Those duels are frought with three
different weapons the rapier, 4
straight sword, which inflicts only
slight wounds, most in the face and on
the head, which are not protected; then
the saber, a regular cavalry sword with
a broad blade, a very dangerous weapoi,
which under circumstances causes
deadly result, and the pistol,
"l'istol duels are very scarce, and oc
cur seldom between students, but onlj
between army officers and students
mostly on account of offense given dur
'"everaj ot the Loniou omnibuses are
uia Dy eiretricity from
slieine a ham. a
l'otutown, i'a., found a silver
Apple trees four inches high grow in
Japad. Their fruit is about the size of
i'aitr umbrellas, for protection from
me rain, are cheap, popular, and etli
e:ent in Fans.
. rooster in Columbus, Indiana, got
i ito a light w ith a bull, and plucked
out the bull's eye. Aliout a year ago.
o.i one Uar, the same fowl killed eleven
turkeys, seven geese, and three ro
ora2e I -f ARGUMENT. .'"V-" ' ii' " .--
utakjcrllarrn ib hji id' n The Im i,,.. "i . t sc bttirtkHr
r auMlj uiu IIU. II I
u4 to ihml eMl tav arfaxtskstfal tta ,
t ur mmA mat iiawinwi pitm mi
H tarda T Mrn m n -y wt
mnbmn UaU Ut wr.rU lau
kwi Ttc plu jr iikcCbosI 1m m -aumMtrt
witb iax aagamai Uitlr
im or mtoea oaf cbmmer, K lm i
m mimrr m pm-mm mm
I fi U, in amon. wrrj 4
ot WOaml so rrsMmiismnhlsT
Recis Leblauc is a French Cana.
dian store keeper at Notre Dante de
fiiauriridge, Quebec, Can., who was
cured of a severe attack of Congest
ion of the Lungs by 15oscliee's Ger
man .Syrup. He lias sold many a
bottle of German Syrup on his per
sonal recommendation. If you drop
him a line he'll give you the full
facts of the case direct, as he did us.
and that Uoschee's German Syrup
brought him through nicely. It
always will. It is a good medicine
and thorough in its work. 9
Nature should be
assisted te throw
off imparities of the
does it so well, so
promptly, or &
safely as Swift's
kfV CORRECT mwRS to m ONE ol th, Hllomng Teti Wcrd-RMItt tfimvk-
1 fublisDmg Company mill pa Me folhmng
For a correct uwwei u tuj SNE ford
I roracuri.-iaiuiwu luauy 1W0 wordi,
' r'w a correct aimirerui anv Taafr
, rjir . rorict aiiswrr to aur Ht v ord, '
Fur a eorm-i iwer u, any fH worda,
rwaearraeaaaawarteaay tllweree. Ie.e
Faraa-tetaeaartaaa7MVUarda, tlTe.ee I
rainnwiimrtturM( ma, eaee
for aconea aaawar Uiall vflba TtS eerda. HM.N '
As SPECIAL CRANO REWARDS we will Pav In Citht
ui-o, iks 1 correct nwer to AXL of the entir Ten words. $C.O
For the SECO ?TD carrot a.ne---1 a I T. e .K- 171 ZZ
' thejraiQ correct autiwer to ALL of the entire Ten wortU, s!ooO
1 Here are the Ten Word-Riddles Can You Solve Any of Them 7 1
A NAUR HADE fAWIf JIR BV npn incmene i
avifVSISS. 5Ac"AN o has
f J&kVLl2 OCAUTV WHEN POSSBSSEU y
.wS.Jfi;PrJ,iDI),a,IB"1- T THE'
" " - .num, 1 lie UE1.BUATS8.
pSKtmi'iiTP ,?EFT JMlts - wi roa the i
LIFE HAD NO CHARMS.
For three years I was troubled with mala
rial poison, which caused my appetite to fail,
and I wis greatly reduced in flesh, and life
lost all its charms. I tried mercurial and
iotash remedies, but to no effect. I could
getnorelief. I then decided to try BT1"!
A few bottles ot tnis wonae nul aaeataaaaal
medicine made a complete and permanent
cure, and I now enjoy better health than ever.
J. A. KICK, Uttawa, Ivan.
Our book on Blood and Skin Diseases
Swift artcinc Co., Atlanta, da.
) -. ef I TnAT wHIf n VOL' TAN SgfTRB TO THK AHOCNT A
a Or r CaJiKlJ. ft I
T aifiR .T1JAT WHICH WOMEN KNOW now-TO WKAR TO A
OO BE1TEK AlJVAOTAOItTHANMOSIaUSS. J
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I o era mim m u;iTV!lt2..T".E MOST KEsroNKiBLK and FORK-A
S . - LI Tl W MOST CORtTHlN CtJNSKITEIl WITH THE (iOVKKNll
O M d;X A XA MKNT iSIl PBOTKCTIOS OF THE rHOPU AOAIMST U
I roUKlQK OK HOWILK NATI0.N8 AUAlflST W
' i at. THAT WHIOft PIJiASIill OH SATUSFIB1 THE Err A
.9 ea 1 sff. oat as aCfe wmcH, IF AKTimoaixv SScVTlfl) 15: II
' " MS V S TKAns THE ATTENTION AM) KZUIW THC AD-V
j MlllATlOX OF IX)VEH8 OF 1HB lUlAtklKIJi:.
,aXm If I'UORABLV (ONSIDEKISIl Or QKKATER CON&H. fl
.10 frJll -O- AJ 1 if OCESCE AND MORE SOUtillT AKTF.K fv TIIE IDLE II
'"iTXll D W A--""" gXCLlISIVE AND TITLKII BNUUSH XOBI1 IT? THAN Y
BV THE AVERAGC BIST, HCSTLINO AMKRICa"
JldllallUlli lotK-l-. ami wuan th.
mi-li llMilie lli lie loiiiia coinp
, tliia i'ltae tbe oiniUd Ivller aiv
nertia Iv wilM word ludiMb Mm -i... ... .
v ad aBd when properlj uuirud tbe ooBipietod vonl it Hour .
F AK -av 1 m ev bvatiw 1 1 n 1.J C
"Will purffv BLOOD, rernlau
KlUNEin, remove uvea
disorder, build ttrenirtli. renew
Apl.etite, restore lifeUUi and
luuiestiou, iiiattiirvti icci-
iuaauo witi y erameaiea.
Mind hrlKlitcuel, liralu
. power Increased.
bones, iiorves, inua-
cl, receive nw force.
unit when fotmrl crre t a New
reward sui.h correct aiiamr seenrea will be scut the YEleV BAY the award la
im in uainine ert DAT invl
iiaTwi iS iwunu id do correct.
EaIi answi!rw.ii be nuoibsrad a recelvwl, te kr rxamtard la the areter af Ita w.
trtfArlnir frnrn rmiitilsf nta
cullar totheir sx, usiuir it, find
eaBBaBBBBBBBaaaBBBBaaai bmmc. B':K'tj i iiiei
rose bloom ou checks, ncauiiflei Complexion
AH irentitne frnods bear
2 cent stamp for 3.-pag
Ore-rent" Bend i
DR. HAITER MIOICINE CO., St. LouU, lU-
ing the one year's military service. 1
had six rapier duels and one with the
saber; being a very good swordsman I
escaped with a very few light scars on
the head, over which the rnoss lias
Womlere or the Human Heart.
The workings of the human heart
have been computed by a celebrated
physiologist, and he has demonstrated
that it is equal to the lifting of 120 tons
in twenty-four hours! Presuming tbat
the blood is thrown out of the heart at
each pulsation in proportion of sixty
nine strokes permiuute, and at the
assumed force of nine feet, the railage
of the blood through the body
might betaken at 207 yards permiu
ute, seven miles per hour, lf8 mile:
per day, 01,320 miles per year, or 0,1-jO
880 miles in a lifetime of eighty-four
years. In the same period of time the
heart must beat 2,WiH,77fi,0OO times
A llellalile Doiiieelic.
Here is a note I want you to hand to
Mrs. Lively when you are sure nobody
is looking," said a New York society
man to a colored servant at a fashion
able Fifth avenue residence.
"Yes, sir," replied Sambo, showing
"But, mind you, don't whisper a word
to a living soul."
"Vou kin jess rest easy about tint
boss. Yisterday I fotched dat same
woman a letter from anudder gemman,
an' I ain't said a word 'bout it to no
body jit. You kin jess rest easy erboul
my opening my mom. icn rcu"'
leading remedy for all tba
unnatural diarharaea and
lirlvatedlfleaaeaof men. A
certai d cure for tlie debill
taiine; weakaeaa peculiar
. in women.
wn nnl h. T iirMi-rihA 1 1 and feel Rate
I THEEsCntll'pl flo in recommending It to
. cmciaanriiO.ar-Jal "., i.T'
ft, v. oiunr.n, a u.,uti;mui., iti
Uold hy rroa;a-lei.
I'KIVA ti. tew.
f l TnaUAVS.il
. tawM atrieiar.
'iiriett. CtetMtt aid Bait Horaal Eskool tl the Wtrt.
Q 1 Ol Twantj-nre lXpt'a. Thirtr Teach.ra. all
. " , lapacialirta No Tacation eicept Aug. Kntar
A R E lanr time. 1'ak. anr claaaea. Kipentiaa low
sVI2aOradnatea In demand. In order tltat ali
'a O.laiaTUal themerita of the V mtern Nonoa
ftilltn. wa will pay your ft. R. fart
odi roar noBM aoL.ino.in, rfeDJr'uli
itueawdoirol.FlrVa:. W vffi.
An independent newspaper outfit in oneof the
ebt countv neat towns iu Contrul NobrabkH.
.iirire circulation. Will kcII nil or Imlt interest
.Try oheup. Addrexs,
NKBRASKA JiKWSPAPKlt UNION,
I)r OATON'S r.Kl.IAIIl.E COMPOUND for
I.A11IKS are fHfe, I'romi.t. KfTertiial. The
oriKinnl '! only genuine Wiiiiiaii'a Salva
tion. Bent tiireet. 51; ai'iiied. Ailvice iree.
OA'ION MKI. sl'KC. CO., lloaton, Masa. Sold by
all local ririigKiet.
I WILL SELL YOUR HOME
FARM OR ANY OTHER
or forfeit li"i. rend nlanim for replv.
Itenl KKtato Agent,
4T Myrtle Ave. Ilrooklyii, X. Y.
for summer complaints
Perry Davis' Pain-Killer
best medicine in the world.
L alalia lSTMaOKian, mwm
a orWaal Ma. rttoi7i.il unfttiUnn rem-
eife. ftaf,aurraii.l .iway. rrlialilr. Aewd I
u,Zu. Vm only the eAM . In gill, innal
hum. t?raM.il. Seat diml, aealad. Cv.frM.
VAm.H CliaMKIAL, CO., B..t.Mi, Man.
Eft wtlrXti Rl iipS
the Kemoua Little PlUa forConatlnatlon.Slrk Ilead
aehe. DTapepala.No Naoaea.No rain Very Small.
UMP JAW KemoTer: Wnnmted toenre.
I Lee veil no tear.
Ben. R. Biniiaou,
7.'i cpnta per bottle, poatmtiil.
lora, jco. iwiw u.i"i
Wheat resrion. All crops splendid.
eneral inform atloa
(f.TTuAioeMid y.O.J. K. B. UBAtTAM.OraliaiP.Teias.
7k7v. No. l0- . Vork,
. It K Tl LK !tl IS I'l It " ion 001 y ene
SlSC.simJe.TJlaUBa worrt VOO will mnivn
f in Vn sb i you are not confined to any par
ticular word aar one of the entire ten will
brinif you a &i0 cawh reward while if yoa are
orient enough to wive more than oue your reward
ill he Increased in proportion from lo
$4!iO Also remember that yoa do not have Lo be
etlrKi. or I nut with vonr answer. KVEB.V
ItornM t Hnnwer lor event, single worst
The Only ( onditfoi..
Tlie ohject of thin eitmard Inary offer !, nf coor.
1 toaeciireStibftTibernntonceaiMl In laree nnro-
hers. We therefore reiinlre tliat 50 eeata for a
. year's au!crlpMon to Kmc one of nnr papers
shall be remittal with every answer. We pnlillsh
I four ereAt. nnner. - T-l. A i...l.i.n L'l u..
The Ameriean Ilomralead. The Ameril
ran floaarheld Joarnal. and The Ainrri.
Icaa t'ottaffe Heme. Ntmp.nnr.hnln.Ai.mD
lone of the four they are all the same price, ilk
fa year. If yon send answers to more thn one
t yon mast send a separate name end We. for
. eyery ward you answer. Thiw. if vo., in.i
I answers to two word;, send an extra name lie.
sidea ynnrown and '. ard so on-one name and
F5llc. for u year's suVerlption for each word
you anawer. TheTiitalamonntof cash rewards
k that yon receive for correct answers can lie dl-
vlded pro raU amony the list, or you can keep it
Hon. J. F. KELLY, Treas., s
all. just aa yon arranee hMm m t
thcaw whoae names you tend. Ia every eaTeel
we will any the fall aaaaaat if tle"etl
who .rth. ,'.-.7C" '
will receive no attention and cannot iZZ -" "
PpntMtinn Aa a means to nam1
aKalnst eyes an appear-1
ance or Irrenlarlty or collnsloa, a copy or the
nriaiaai fee warns seiectea to make tip uei
ahove Word-RlddleBla detwelted with Mr p i
SMITH, Superintendent of tae Jersey City PoUcel
ieparunent,adereeal, to be opened December 2
at, ish, ,n luenreeeDcent wuneasea,arterti.iscon-
w-ii. ciuves. i ne complete list WUI be
inn in me .isnnary leaues or our fonr paperm, sol
that all who have not received rewards for correct I
niiwwrrs wui - kmiw wnerein tney railed. Thlsl
metliod nf protection Ls doe to all concerned, mad A
eat wholly heneat aad lair la every aah-t
11ESIGNAT TBI Wonna TOTJ ANSWER Ti
their MTMBnui. and be wise and sead year
nnawrr ul once. I
Address all letters and make all remittances 4
r-ayahletothe 'I'reasnrer of the American Pub-i
llsh Ine Co., as follows : I
Jersey City, N.J-
The Gregg System of Electric Home Treatment.
Positively cures Liver, Kidney and Blood Diseases. It will
cure Rheumatism, Insomnia, Dyspepsia, Loss of Appetite,
Chronic Backache, Painful Stomach Trouhles, Diarrohaa
aud Flux and all Bowel Disorders. Pins iu the side, Nervous
Debility, Nervousness Premature Decline, Paralysis, St. Vitas
Dance, and is an unfailing remedy for all diseases peculiar to
The Only Institution of the Kind in the World.
If you suffer with the above afflictions they can be speedily cured by This
?reat System. Do not neglect to Investigate a matter that will restore
our health without fail. Physician, Surgeon and Electrician of 30 years ex
pi ience in charge. Consultation Free. Correct Diagnosis by mail, on ap
ilication. "" Address, S14 Inter Ocean Building, Chicago, 111.
RaT mm mm Mm a I
Do Your Own.ncpairi
By using; Boot's Honaehold RepeitrtaK On tilt for half-eolltic
aud repaliluir Hoots, 8noi-siiii(lKiibli;rs. Anyone can uteM. Prloej
a. Welirlit-ueallv boxed. CO lbs. TliotLsands already la use.
STUMPS ANU TtMaaSforrjjaJilQSandnipairliigaU'irindpaJparU
0( hare ens. Notewhu;. Simple as ABO with ourslotied rivet.
MX It APS BRADY TO WAKE UP, njr leufftborwidUi you wast.
I .lucire.1 aikH rreeivYl. eeeiiv tiimnlcA tin at homo., at less titan W uHce .
H.lHDLKIlk' UABDWABB,6nups liitckles, Loop, Bite, Kiota,
u&ree, name Ulpsauu Mnpies,liivei3,cio., tviv vg rraucuun.
FTH13 III I'J. UL IK I.LKUUlilL'l.'l. 11 l.'41t. . 1HO'
btraria eo eacn. lac poroos. mra ru-.iia.uuw.
alrers, Creasvettraps, etc MCAirresponuirar pciw. amijn
pun Im aentrlieanlv and ijifi lv ny tnaiL
WKW IVWI WOeMll-e. arrsteelasG ant or uiaca-
mith tools, at nrico low enouirh to suit tho closest tnn-er.
BMrPI UEIHtiOa.UKRDIU CASKjarT,cvurvthliigne4Maaary
for mendtne Tinware. Price. 65 cents. Every tlilne" tnenUonad
t rati m
EY DISCOVER b ACCIDENT
In comnoundinK a solution a part waa aeciaentiy pilled on the I
and on waaninit aiierwru wan uiimii.-.-.ith iiih un oeir was faaai.
pieteiv removed. We at once put Una wonderful preparation, on the
market and so great baa been the demand tbat we are now introduce ner
it throughout the world under the name of Queen's Anti-HairiBe,
IT IS PERFECTLY HARMLESS AND
SO SIMPLE ANY CHILO CAN USE IT.
tv the hair over and apply the mixture lore few minutes, and the
hair dl-appcars aalf by magic w ithout the sltrhtew pain or injury when
annlled or ever afterward. It Isunllke anyotlier preparation ever osed
for a like nnrpose. Thousanda of LA 1)1 EH who have been aenoyeu
with hair on their FA CK, NECK and AKMH attest Its merits.
OE NT I. Kltl r.i wnv no Din appreciate a nvaia wi u.irvn imn w , ,
find a priceless boon In Queen's Antl-Ualrlne which does away
with Shaving, by rendering Its Intnre growth aa utter lrfc'lr
a, u.hiiie Mnl la aafatv mail ne boxes, noataea paid by ua tseeurely
Bend money or stamps oy letter who uih wo wmi.. r""j
,,i.i ...... -i'... .....(..n...! i aiineat artn atralent torwarn in ittc
Price ol Queen's Antl-Halrlne
tealed trom obRnrvatinn)
joiitalns. We Invite you to di al with us and yoo will Bpd yerythlni
f failure or allghteat Injury lo any purchase.
'ry wore ii
s out and
.?- ! s&vj&k&isnsssL maass'Ks ..rem.;
ted. Cut t
ir your iir ai may ro. unice mi iraurt n (niArtAniMj
their frlMdt M W??
Daai ana. r
tOCfllll -To ladles who Introdtiee and sail amona
rrBlll, we will present with a SILK DRCSS. if
BBBBBBBBBB A M1K Ul aalAOt HBI WHO OTOer. W
We have tried Qieuns Antl-Uairinc, and find It does all abovo company claims forlUEdl or,
YON a HEALYt
69 Monro Bt- coicaro.
11 frr tholr nlf cnlanM
Cfttalogu of stolid DttU-umenli, I'ni-
formi fend KquipmcniB, (uu lint 11 1
luitritiooi, atvwribinf rvery arttclt
rMuirt-tl bv Bands or Drum Corn.
ITOBuidb initrunmsui ior bbiiii' r rsauiua,
KiorciieM fttw nrun Major n lactic. By
U ud ft tWstt4 Urt uf Baud Huaiv
Plso s Remedy for Catarrh la tlie
Best, Kaalest to Vnr, and fheupent.
Hold by drufflaU or aeut by mall.
80c, K. T. llaielllne, Warren, Pa.
EWIS; 98. x LYE
I'oiviiercn anil rcnnmeil.
I'he strongest and purest !.)'
made. Unlike, other I.yo, U beina
a line iowilcr and packed In a ran
with removable liil, the c nlentt
re always ready lor use. Wll'
make the best perfumed llari!3oii
in '.0 minutes without boiling. II
Is tlie beat fur cleansing wasti
pipes, dintnfccllng sinks, cloaets
washing bottles, paints, trees, etc
1KNM A SAl.t M'f'O CO.,
ucn. Agts., l'hlla., Pa.
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