The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899, March 02, 1893, Image 3
A Cheap Invlaibl Ink. ti.u n nuinir is eiven as a reliable fornml i'T invisible ink, which can j x, ni l,osl cr a J0,u 1 a U14rrel Jig o.vh in pure w.-iter s much com mon l,akiiiff 8'U as will dissolve. Tliis is vonr inK. Write on clear white paper with a clear pan. Xo trace of the writing will bd visible ni-it is dry. To bring the writing .Mitilip t lie paper into dean water. J ' -r tii paper lias dried the writing n n disH p'::r, but may be I, ought out a before at any time by redipp;n in cle ir water. N'enr York I rf S3. The iMilice-fiiri-e in nil parts of the i-onn-trv bear uniform tiMtiinunv to the great viilne of lr. J'.ull a Coutrh Syrup us a n mcilv for e mgh. eoM ami incipient con--nmiuion. They all niipha-xize the fact tliat no i'ie shoiiUl he without it. Piiihidelpbia Times: If the thief who broke that pawnbroker' window and Mole the diamond rings was a drinkintr uiiiii, it's hardly a eommeiid iible way of taking the pledge. Wa-liington Star: ' have in my ni.nd a gooi subject for a poem," said the young man. -And so have I." repl ed the rude e'litor as he glared at the poet, -'for an obituary poem." Hood's Cures Marvelous, but True D af and Blind, Caused by the G.ip fcnd en Abs.ess. Mrs. M. K. Wilson Evra u o, S. Y. Fo-three y urn I had rucuinotl-m (ml las I cc mber was taken with t ie grip. Three phy H: inns add re overy wasd.mb f if. Ac ah ocst iiiiiiercd in my head ai d rttscbarfrel iroin the !.ui. lun-vtry 11 lrr Klx ciks. I lecanie l.iu! nmi iilso Illlnil. I lost 1 myconracc Made My Will, .ii-l proline ' for oath. Hut I thought I would tiy llood'6 Sareapnrl hi. When 1 1 ad tuKiii Un 1-n ties 1 bi gaii to nc ver my fight ami h-nrlnjr T c ubwe s, f er dipcharini; s x weeks, henkd up; my appetite returned, and I gradually pain- Hood's Cures el utrengLh and health. I fan now See unit cur Well, d my own work, and attend o i ybi.fiiiics" Mks. M. E. Wilson, .'110 AjpK : iret-t, Syracuse, N. Y. Ht.od'S 1111 1 c:in: oustipit'on lv u-sior.ng the- peristaltic fut on of ihon'iim-, iiiry ai'ii'. of cod-liver oil presents a perfect food palatable, easy of assimilation, and an appetizer ; these are everything to those who are losing flesh and strength. The combina tion of pure cod-liver oil, the greatest of all fat pro ducing foods, with Hypo phosphites, provides a re markable agent for Quick Flesh Building in all ail ments that are associated with loss of flesh. A Prepireil by Scott A Bnwne, Chemist. flew xorfc. sold by all druggutu. "fl OTHER'S . FRiEND" . In p, rcicntifically prepared Liniment . una Harmless; every ingredient is or recognized valuo and in constant use ) y tho medical profession. It short- us Labor, Les6ous Pain, Diminishes t iunger to lifo of Mother and Child. 3ook ' To Mothers" mailed free, con taining valuable information and vclnntary test imonials. Gent by express, charges prepaid, on receipt or jincc, 1.60 per bottle UiimM REGULATOR CO.. Atlanta, 6a. Sold by all druggists. The Best Waterproof Coat in the WORLD ! wl. itt a it mm t vn fit it V "aPtl I wimnlMl WltfT- Wof. and will keep ynudry In tlM J''''0:, i2 lOf lion oiNiiiii nuiv-n" - - - . w. eorers iheenlirasaoaia. T,'" ""' .T7V?n Eur a oo.t If Hie "Irish Brand Js " ' Jl lofl Catalonia iw. a i"" " SHIL01I5 CURE.! Caraa CcMnnptloa, Cracha, Croap, taM Tml mmu u by all uramta yuanai Vara Laaa Bida, Baen ertMn hwhi Kim will (Ira grut atU(Ktkih- MM ltt-5iU rieSt V H here Wn the Garden orKden? The true s te of the Garoen of Eden has lieeo the suh.iect of almost tndles controversy and conjecture. The t!irc conlinents of the Old Aor!d have been gune over hy the liieoliig ans and anti uarians in a v;i!ii sj-iircli fur it-s most prolable loca tion. From Cliina to the Cauary Islands and Irmu the Muuntains of the Moon to the coa-t of the lialtic, eucli country has Ix-en the subject of careful search. Every .snot in Europe, Asia, and Africa that could po-sihty be the place designated i:i the first etiapte.-of Jenesishas i en exa iiined and vet, says the I'liikuieluhia Press. no place has been found that cone- ! sooikIs even in i he siiyt.te-t decree with the scriptural account of the lir.-t aixde of the priironit)rs of the human race One of the most ancient opinions, that given hy Joseph us, h that it, was in the country which lien between the (ian-es and the Nile. This view imagines Kden as belnif a very widely-extended country, eni jl racin,' all that vast territory which is hounded on the east by the Indus and on the west by Egypt's great watercourse. As the Garden" is S lid to have been "to the eastward in Eden," Joscphus places it indeli nitely in the valley of tne Euphrates. Von Hammer, the famous oriental scholar, places it in Bajtria: others locate it in liabylonia, at the con fluence of the Euphrates and the Tigris. Cant. Wilford, a profound student of Eastern antiquaries, has labored for years to locate Kdon in Jiamian, south of the Keosh Mount ains. Huttniau puts it down as being in India: Heidcr, in his "History of Mankind,'1 identifies it with the present vak; of Cashmere. Many oriental sects believe it was on the island of Ceylon, while the Greeks place it at lieth Eden, on Lebanon. Lastly, many eminent scholars regard the whole story as being a gigantic myth. The Onter of I'opulation. liy the census of ISHOthe center of population Is in latitude 3!) degrees 11 minutes and !) seconds north, and longitude to degrees .'12 minutesand9 seconds west, about twenty miles east of Columbus, lnd., and about llfty six miles west by south of Cincinnati. The position of the center of popula tion is reached in this manner: A point was taken as near as possible to the actual center of population, and a parallel of latitude and a meridian or longitude were drawn through it. The population of the country was then grouped in siiunre degrees, and the number of the popu lation in each square degree multi plied by the number of miles from the assumed meridian, or by t lie num ber of degrees from the assumed parallel. The products of the first multiplication were east and west moments, of the second multiplica tion north and south moments. The difference between the sums of the north and souih moments, divided hy the number of the total population, showed whether the assumed parallel was north or south of the real center of population, and similarly it was ascertained whether the assumed meridian was cast or west of the actual center; and from the results, tne parallel and meridian of the actual center of population were de duced. Safe Place lor the Hnby. Should there happen to be a baby in the family, and yet at the same time an unpleasant shrinkage in the family bank account, so that a nurse girl is regarded as an impossibility, don't be discouraged. (Jet an old far'iioned clothes basket made of twisted willow, line it with thickly wadded, quilted, or tufed silk, just as you prefer. Then put the basket nn the floor, and this time, instead of tilling it with clothes, just gently drop . in the baby. The, basiiet is peculiarly adapted to the needs of a baby who j is just learning to stand alone. Itr chief merit consists in its safety, for : when the baby is once inside it can not possibly be harmed, and may stand up or sit down according to its own sweet youthlui win. iiie nasKct from which this idea is taken was lined with a faint shade of pink wadded silk, the outside and handles being silvered. A rattle tied to the .basket and a rag doll were its sole decorations, "and these were quite 'sufficient, according to the baby's idea. With one of these baskets in the nursery the baby may be safely left alone for a short time and be amused as well. HcartleaN. It is almost as cruel to joke a man about his fast horse as about his wife and children, but newspaper wits have no mercy. The Detroit Free Press tells of a man who takes great delight in the possession of a horse that can "trot a mile in 2:;!0." i Ho was driving rapidly along Jef ferson avenue the other afternoon, when a friend hailed him. '1 can't stop," the driver shouted back. "I've got to catch the 2:50 train." Half an hour later his friend met him again. ' 'Hello!" ho exclaimed. ' '1 thought you were going away on the 2:50 train?" "I was, but I missed It" The friend looked grave. "Why don't you sell that horse?" ho asked. "What do I want to sell him for?" answered the owner, Indignantly. "For anything you can get." "Oh, come now! What do you mean?" "I mean I'd sell hlra. I wouldn't keep a 2:30 horse that couldn't catch I 2:50 train." Coatljr fluttona. The buttons of the wedding dress )f a New York millionaire's daughter, ccontly married, were made of Ict.cIs, lnd cost 9100 each. A Word To American Housewives, Author of Carry n; CU'Ur of Wire. The safe carrying capacity of a wire is tliat ciirr.-nt which it wid cmivey without becoming painfull' warm u hen grasped in the closed hand In lelermce lo this it must he remem bered, says the Electrical Age, that this test cannot safely be made wit li the wires carrying currents for :h lights, and it is intended to be ap 4 I hi ly with reference to the conductors , Dt incandescent lights. These may be nandled without risk; but with the; ..inductors of the arc lights, where, as 's usually the case, there are a mim-; er in series, a severe shock may be ex perienced on touching the wire, and if i groimii connection existed by chance elsewhere, and some other conditions were present by which the full force .' the current passed through the i. uly, this shock might be fatal. Dliimomla for Rifle Sights. A report is running the rounds of I'm is t hat the diamond is to appear hi a new light, namely, as a sight on i gun barrel. The smouldering en iniiy tween France and Germany .ias been the cause of a great many iviua; kable improvements in materials i warfare, and the proposed new use d' i lie diamond will count one more on the French score. H remains to ue proved tliat the ide is practical. One cau see that the brilliancy of the .em would be an instantaneous guide to the eye and would show in had' li'jht Whether the stone wou'd hold us position in the rough and tumble nf soldier life is a question that is likely to tip the scale the wrong way. .Jewelers' Review. New Law, Hut ominon Hr.nse. A judge on the English bench to'd the jury in a murder trial at York shire recently that it was his opinion "if one man called another a liar a Slight blow in retaliation is jostifl Ttble." He added: "This may be new law, but it is common sense." Feminine KKolisni. "lint what on earth could have in duced you to marry a man so utterly your inferior." "My dear girl I never met a man who wasn't." Judy. Where Women Reign. At Lc-xington, Miss,, the postodice and telegraph ollice are in charge of a woman; the chief express agent is 1 woman, and her two assistants are vKiinen. Indianapolis Journal: Mr. liotrox That confounded rheumatism is mak ing my leg ache awfully. His Nephew Er you had better :iave it pulled! Urooklyn Life: Citicus-I wonder iiinv it is that so few women stutter vnen they talk? u itticus; They haven't got time. Indianapolis Journal: "iVatts How ver much you may object to Kick niu's appointment, you cannot say iny'liinc against Ida capacity, I'.iiiw 11. indeed. He can hold uioiLOllic: than any other man of his ye I ivei kntw. iJO BETTE to walk. ST. l Uh Mr3. r f exh.uslrd, tl. com h Mr3. 7MB ARE YCU PRETTY? Bk Art rou hawT tA hMMUiy ? Thll wt Vy im I now ? You may mm!t juikfr tij- E n-WTS If ran am IH. ilril nut. hbirr)ffl ilr'l out. huvf tf , riW me nt oltc Han FrtnctwHTWJ AImu or lignr or rnmplir, t VUrMT cr, iinoum.aouruai- rnrr, KA. Howe Journal, Halt 1 ConaatlTe and peopie who hare weak lunnor Asth ma, should im Plso'aOarafor Cnnn-nipllon. It has ewrd thoaaaads. ft baa notlnjnr ed ouo. it Is not bad to uUa, It lath beataoafbagrrap. Bold ererrw bera. SSa, 31 mtnMjfim "Common Sense in the Household." Mine and Thine. 'What quer notions you do get up!" said one unsympathetic member of the lamily to ano; her. "Notions, indeed!" said the person addressed. "I don't come out with half the number of stan ling propositions that you do." 'Ob, well," was the serious reply, "mine are ideas." 'How many people there are in this world with ridiculous hobbies," said a gentleman to a fellow-travele, with whom he was trying to become ac quainted. ' I know it," said the other, "and how they do try to thrust them on tilt public! I've laughed about it again and again." "So have I. Now, for example there's that sun-spot man" "Excuse me, .Science is never rid iculous. I am the sun-spot man " Youth s Companion. A OEAND ENTERTAINMENT. consisting of Dramatic and Humorous l'nni,.ilif,nD IMfi.ra nti P9n AHdilv llPfriVfln by iiome talent, with a copy of" Garrett's lumous "100 Choice selections, costing onlv 30 milts. Suitable lor Lyceums, Schools, Church Societies and Home Theatricals. Sold bv booksellers. Nn .32 I he latest, is a ccin. '-MO rates ot pathos, dialect and fun, including two bright new Comedies; all lor 30 crs., post paid; ur, the two Plays 10 ct. Ciiln wjm free. P. Garrett & Co., Philadelphia, l'a. (Kstalilished lKC'i.) A 1 liunder factory A min ature thunder factory has been constructed for the science and art departments at South Kensington. England, with plates seven feet in di ameter, which, it i3 believed, would jiivs sparks thirty inches long, but no Eeyden jars have been found to stand its charge, all being pierced by the enormous tension. Bronchitis Sudden changes of the weuthcrcausclironchial troubles. "Brown's Bronchial Troches" will give relief. Sold amy in boxes. Price 25 cts. The Use of' Only" Ethel, excitedly He has Known me. i niy two aays and lie put his arm around me. Eva You mean, I suppose, that he has known jou two days and ouly put his arm around you.-Life. Disease is unnatural and is bnt the proof that we are abusing Nature. It is claimed that Garl'ield Tea, a single herb remedy, helps Nature to overcome this abuse. No Need ofKalae Teeth. The common snail is said to have 150 rows of stout serrated teeth. The whole palate contains about 21,000 treil;, it is claimed, while a full grown slut' iias over 26,000 of these silicious hpues. An Ar.on.WATiNG Sorb Thkoat is soon relieved by Dr. D. Jayne's Expectorant, an old-time remedy for Dronchial and l'ul 111 o 1 1 a r v a tl'cct ions. Rochester Democrat: The reason it is no joke to step on a tack in the dark is btcau e it is impossible to see the point. " D. E. FORISTALt, M. D., Eye and Kar Specialist, York, Neb . Cor respondence solicited. 'Ihe initios of antx.iress mes nt.er in Atchison, Kansas, are C. O 1). It PROOF. of the New York World : ,1 ....n.ni i tklcnW ti'as ihrmvn from a ' JH w; "ant sustaining a most serious injury wncrbpiuc, wu w. ? f HElPLtSS CRIPPLE FOR 19 YEARS, sustaining a most serious injury lo her spine, ami was Her daughter providentially procure! JACOBS OIL, r.cmmill used. Before the second r-u!e ins ,c was able to walk aboul, ana has tiecn COMPLETELY CURED." 'cry truly, M. THOMPSON, Potmicr. EllMJJB:ilJJIII.1.fJJaSI ILJIWI JLJ MA C0"K?:3il)rilHI3DriBBIII'iJ3VliaHillfl1IBlBIJ.VI n fJrsj5 M 3 Nana new Muira, boo. I - ' L f r, Kilwirtlmt)yalumrlatrii4tdtnrkaaaaalaaa( V. " Z I ILIl I AarlluHalnrry,Jtinb.rrvaaaTrMCraasafTr. iTMataatlRMlaa W f AMlV. F km begin t wwfola lhar im awn. af aoMtoat bitrti. lavaaa J plaaMk Oat alaal nfaanh f?h ?5JI T aoataatil far tnl .'m ; Hero Bui in Main Dreaa At one moment in the battle of Waterloo Wellington was left alone, his aids-de-camps having all been sent with messages to different parts of the field. He was sorely in need of a mes senger, and looked around anxiously, when a gentleman in plain clothes rode nr to him. sayin;. "Can 1 bo of any use sir'r" Wellington, looking him over, said, "Yes. Take this note to the com manding oftiser over there." pointing to a part of the field where the battle was hot and fierce. The gentleman at once galloped off, rode through the thick of tiie light, and delivered the note. After the battle the duke made long and anxious inquiry, but he never found out to whom he was indebted for that special service. 'I consider it." said he, in telling the anecdote to LcrJ Shaftesbury, "one of the most gailaut deeds that ever came under my notice, for the gentleman who did it could have bad no prospect of reward or honor." Youth's Companion. THE MODERN WAY Commends itself to the well-formed, to do pleasantly and etfectnally what was form erly done in the crudest manner and dis agreeably as well. To cleanse the system and break up colds, headaches and fevers without unpleasant after eilects, use the delightful liquid laxative remedy, Syrup Jt 1 igs. The Best of the Urauimrn. Commercial travelers, it is said, sup port two-thirds of the hotels in Amer ca, to say nothing of instructing the proprietors how to manage them. LET IT RUX, and your cough may end in something seri ous. It's pretty sure to, if your blood is poor. That is just the time and condition that in ito.s Consumption. The seeds ore sown and ; hits fastened its hold upon you, before you 11 now that it is near. It won't do to triflo and delay, when the remedy is at hand. Every disorder that can be reached through the blood yields to Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. For Severe Coughs, Bronchial. Throat and Lung Diseases, Asthma, Scrofula in every form, and even the Scrofulous affection of the lungs that's called Consumption, in alLits earlier stages, it is a positive and complete cure. It is the only blood-cleanser, strength re storer, and flesh-builder so effective that it can be guaranteed. If it doesn't benefit or cure, in every case, you have your money back. All medicine dealers have it. ((DEEDS WAEBAXTED. O it in (he World. Bv mall, nostase Data. I cent a ntu'kh?e and up. J Grand lot of EXTRAS Riven ; with every oraer. prettiest J and only FREE Catalogue in . the world with ntctures of i" all varieties. Send yours and neighbors' address. . n u cull u W!JH?fffiffrwrfTt3r0 ckfo"rd. - Illinois. FREES.' 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Simrs UL.iut 'i iMAH.ts any leugittorwwut youwans I lilr.flferl nnfl ern:t.r.f1. rpfltlv tnmalre nil lit home. lit Ipsa than f priced. iUA.DM.KltY HAH Sminres, Hame, Clips i t1"" IJfll C CAI CeBocaotie3,HtlMS,audl5cts.a llr. Hamo- Halters. Breafet-strana k pmlt h tools, at a price ID1H4.0BK). CABT9 Aecnla Wanted. 17. L DOUGLAS $3.oo SHOE. A sewed Shoe that wi!l not rip ; Calf, scamlcis, tmooth lnilde, more comfortable, stylish and durable than any other Bhoe over aold at the price. Every style. Equals custom-made shoes costing from (4 to $5. Other Specialties as follows: M.00&$5.00 Fine Sewed Shoes Ft hll LV I U UUFormcr, etc. 2.50, 2.25, $2.00 For Working Men. BEWARE OF FRAUD. Apk for mid lnnlnt upon hnT ItiK V. I.. IMHiM.AK .SIMIKS. iM.ne Benmnr wiibont w iioiiffluA nnmo and niniiiperi on liottom. J. Uti it wocn you buy. TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. F.xrlusive fnlc tophoe da1rH nnd veiir-rnl mrrehnntflwhtre no acrnta. Wrlteforcata loifiie. Il'noi. for ttn.lt' in your ulacrHctid dirMt in Kuctory, matlntr kind, else and wld ih ; wiiii ted. lotnne Free. HUA ll'i1! FIT li VEN I It Free to nny one pronjlntnc lo bar V I 1. Doaclnn -ir-r) when next frrrhnliia-o Al4trr Rv-;lnn. '. rTr? r.uVmltlas. will as saallal mll.wliMil for : t'.; laeallieakasfart. "German Syrup" Just a bad cold, and a hacking cough. We all suffer that way some times. How to get rid of them is the study. Listen ' ' I am a Ranch man and Stock Raiser. Hy life is rough and exposed. I meet all weathers ia the Colorado mountains. I sometimes take colds. Often they are severe. I have used German Syrup five years for these. A few doses will cure them at any stage. The last one I had was stopped in 24 hours. It is infallible." James A. Lee, Jefferson, Col. 9 INDIGESTION. If you suffer from indigestion in winter caused by eating too heartily of heavy food, we can cure yoa and will do it easily. Send your address on a postal card to the Sylvan Remedy Co. Teoria, 111., and we will send you by re turn mail free, a box of the Laxative Gum Drops. These gum drops con- tain no taste of medicine and you would not know that you were taking medicine except by the result. W take pleasure in making this offer to you, because the remedy is ao simple and delightful, it will certainly cure you. NO HATCHET NEEDED TO OPEN THIS CAN. for HOB CHOLERA this LYE .s a nun cure if used In tine. For making Soap, Clcanisa Houses, Softening Wator, It lias no equal The housed wife's bfttt friend. A vavln able washing recipe li f dth can. For sale by a) fisrfinlfl Tnn IMMI IIWIH WU tadotinc. Cures C'onstipution, Kent ores Complexion, Havw Dooton Eiilu Saaiplefroe. GaeutieldTxa Co.,319 W. Iteh BtwN.Y. Cures sicKHeadacne UIORTH DOUBLE THE MONEY. Vf send at ouoo to johh okbabtia.-, u. t. a u., . f. & V. K. k., uhicajro, in., ana receive, pottage i tbe Rlickest deck of cards you erer bandied. ( TEN CfcM o per pace, in eiampa or ooia. PATENTS ! PENSIONS ! Send lor Inventor's Guide, or How to OlUIm n Pule t. Senn for Wgesi of IVnslon and H.,uiity I.hivh. 1'AXltlCK. O'FAISKEI.I.. Waxiiliigton, 1). C. EARLY RISERS De Vitfrt Little B Ifiarly KImm, the Famous Little Pills for Const! pntlon.Slck Head ache, iJj'Bpepsia.No Nausea.No Pain. Very SmaJl. TkT &HESS AK0 HIAO NOISES CORES I S? MRniivl'wh'aInTkibrcV'rCushion!. Wh taper hoard, Etramff ;-iicru(wbeDftIlr'in.)ifKll. ICOCC by k lbscox. biS b'wast 3 Y. Wnte for book of proofi T nCC for mukinf? ana i-epmrlng all principal part tMnmiea - .A Liwiin our sionor' vets. OW.iElit PiiaiM, Buckles, Loops. 111U, Blra, anil Staples, Bivots, etc., at a big retluctioiv etc.. atcorrcsDOiidine prices. Many Of thoao I ffoodn can besentchea;)lr and stifelyby mall. .... BOOT'S KOrUTC 1BON '.V4f KKEl, a flrstrclass kit of black- low proiiKh to su't t lie c!08it onyer. for menillnir Tinware. I'rli.ie. 05 cents. Kvory thing mentioned ROOT BROS.. MEblNA. OHIO. $2.00&$l.75 For Iloya and You the. 3.00 r.d;. $2.50&$2.00 Far Ladle. '1.75 IT IS A DUTY you weyor elf lo get ihe bvt value lor your iitoiit)'. roiioitiixc1 iti yoni lootwrnr hy purchanlnB W. 1, nrni ilir hrnt value at ihe prlcea ncfvrrtiaedf ai luoUKaDda can DO YOU WEAR THEM f 1) THE GREAT BUFFALO BERRY. Tills Is truly ihe greatest noTalsfof Ibe cen tury. This shrub grows 10 to IS feet blxh. coTcrlng lteelf In early spring with beautiful flowers which are succeeded bjr great quan tities of luscious fruit. II la hardy, ea beauti ful m a picture, whlio the fruit ia laeonuarable. It will grow any and i very where and fnms a arand addliion tonurlawnand asiaaasbi libs. Each, 80c.; 10 for SUA, postpaid. (2) JUNEBERRY. A shrub of wnndrnaa beauty; eorars itaelf with a great masa ft' part whlM.daliclously fragrant bloaaoass. Tkeaa arc w la wad by large, dark colored berriee eteaDaat far paaa, ate. sarn.iiNi itiKraiMia. (3) TREE CRANBERRY. Erarybody Is f jud of araabarrlaa, aad wa bar a shrub that will loartea and baar pra dlgloMrylnaTaryaactkaofAaiartna.fca,ril. Tat Ikata 3 rarti Weriaajaaaaaaa IBaj a Oar aaswesh eaialogaa ia saailed aeon raaatat af la, far psstaga. JMHI A. 8ALZER SEED CO., La Crow, h.