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About The Sioux County journal. (Harrison, Nebraska) 1888-1899 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 8, 1894)
Men and Mn,
The great iuner against society Is
f be cynic, th i-coiTer, the disbeliever,
tl man in wtioe giint negation nit
enttiruiiml. "We are nve 1 bjr hoie."
Ttie man who awakens hope, aspiration,
eonfMenee in the spirit of men, con
tribute something to thu welfare. Ha
is a builder ra'her tli:in a destroyer. He
helps to save men because he awakens
in men the diHrxjsitioii'i and t lie spirit
ual energies by whii-ii their lives are en
riched and made uselul.
Tobacco ( 'a used Con u in pi Ion Xoto
bav Cure tUf Tobacco llaliit and
( oiluintlte ;elH Well.
Two ItiVKKfi, Wis., Feb. 2. ;Sie
Hai.l Great excitement and intirent
has b en manifested in the recovery of
an old time resident of thin town, Mr.
Jos. Hunker, who hus for several years
been considered by all hi friend a
hopeless consumptive. Investigation'
shows tliat for over thirty-two years lie
ued threeand a half otinds of tobacco
a week. A abort tiuie air" he w a in
duced to try a tuliac-o-hmit cure called
'No-To-liac." Tulkin"; alsuit his
miraculous re-.very Vi-day hu said:
"Yes. 1 used No-To-fiac, and two b xcs
ecmpletelv cured me. 1 thought and
to did all my friend", that 1 bud con
sumption. Now they say. as you say,
'how healthy and strong you look,
Joe,' and whenever thev ak me what
cured my con-wniption, 1 tell thorn No
ToBac. The last week I y-el tobacco
I lt four ) omuls. The morning I
yan the uxj of No-To-liac 1 weighed
T,t )miuii:h: tlay I wei'h I 'lit, a train
of Alt jounts. I eat heartily and sleep
well, lielore 1 Hied No-To-llac I u
so nervou that when I went to drink 1
had to hi Id the fe'la-s in isith hands.
To-day my nerves are jierfectly steady.
Where did 1 pet N'-To-liac" At tlio
drug store. It i made by the bteriinn
Kemedy Vnany, general U'e-tern
ofllce 4o Haniiolph St , ( hiia,'o. bit I
see by tho I'rinted mutter thut it w
sold by a 1 drut'iri-.ts - I know all the
drutfri"tH in this town keep it. 1 have
riCoininendt d it to over one hundred
tsxiplo and do n t know of a single
(allure to cure."
ST. VITl-'S'S DANCE,
BfMurns, ConvutM'tTiM, Dizziii, Fainting
Hpell, Snrvous I'r'tnUon ami Ohjum nerv
ous eonriitioii brought on by funrtimial din
ordtars ar jrnutitintJy cured by Ir, IViwh
Favorite HrtMTiption. It's a fctmiKtl.pnlrifc
narvine and rwttonitive Umir, prrwrilHi! by
an eminent Phyninan for all ihw distri
lag wmknmtT' ami ii 'nutartim common
Mm. ArA 11k rk
Attxiny, ikrKn4,, 'a.,
wrtifn: " IK, K. V.
I'liciKi: itrttr Str
My iRtT, Mt Cor
rt. hu Mcrk'-I, had Su
V t tun's hum. H-r
hii'l mill right arm
moved or twlU-hi-d
MinHtinitly; ah could
nut wuik without txv.
Intf h Id titidiT Ywr
arm, hh- trv-d four
doctor, lint without
g-rKMl. After filtifu
lunutha, huvlnif tn-OD
utvt'D up hm a hnftttAriA
invnhd, I tiotufht hr
l)r. I'icrcc's tuvorttfl
rrTljttirm ; in two
months she was welt and strong
PIERCE "SET CURE.
Brings comfort and improvement and
tends to lMTsonul enjoyment when
rightly used. The many, who live bet
tor than otlipr and enjoy life more, with
less expenditure, by more promptly
dapting the world's lt products to
tbe'need of physical being, will atU'st
the value b) lieillh of the pure liuiiid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, iyrup of I'i.
u rxcellence is due to its proxr-riling
in the form mont acci ptniile and pleas
ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a jierfcct lax
ative ; effectually cleaning the system,
dispelling colds, betidfclies ami fevers
ami permanently curing constipation.
It ban (riven satisfaction to millions and
met with the approval of the medical
profession, because it ai ts on the Kid
neys, I-ivcr and Ilow. ls without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable sub-tance.
8yrup of Yvf is for Hale by all drug
gist in &0c and $1 bottles, but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whose name is printed on every
package, also the mime, Syrup of Figs,
nd being well informed, you will not
ccept any substitute if olicred.
The Greatest Medical DLscovery
of the Age.
KSIALO KENNEDY, OF ROXBURY, MASS.,
Has discovered In one of our common
pasture weeds a remedy that cures every
kind of Humor, from the worst Scrofula
down to a common Pimple.
He has tried It In over eleven hundred
cases, and never failed except In two cases
(both thunder humor). He has now in his
possession over two hundred certificates
of Its value, all within twenty miles of
Boston. Send postal card lor bt.ok.
A benefit Is always experienced from
the first bottle, and a'perfeU cure is war
ranted when the right quantity is taken.
When the lungs are affected it causes
shooting pains, like needles passing
through them; the fume with the Liver or
Bowels. This is caused by the ducts being
topped, and always disappears in a week
after taking it. Read the label.
If the stomach Is foul or bilious It will
cause squeamish feelings at first.
No change of diet ever necessary. Eat
Ihe best you can get, and enough of it.
Dose, one tablespoonful in water at bed
time. Sold by all bruggists,
ll E A L R U R A LKEADI XG
WILL BE FOUND IN THIS DE
Grtndatooe That l Ar With the
Nuivll iUiy 4mtd farm and .ooa1 farm
er t re of Food Wrr ll in Wurld
! A Miryrle (.rtjidiitoue.
The accompanying cut shows how
I lirind-toiie ninv ie eaily and
j clieaply set ut on any farm and in a
manner so at to di-n-tise with the
small boy as a motive powt'r. Two
I solid triannular jdeccs of framewoik
J should U; made, in ca'h of winch is
a 8troni upright piece. I 1 with a
gTimav 1)1) in which the axle of the
grindstone reU lletweeti the tri-
antfies should t-e placed a pan C, to
IX yi I E lilllNUH'IOVK.
hold w.it'T. A wheel It is hun he.
twcen the erindstoiie A and the
j water pan C The wheel should be
1 of iron and the tire as wide as the
: stone and the pan Kept tilled with
j water so as to jU-t touch the tire of
the wheel The wheel also has ped
i ills, II, on the out-ide of tho ari-
angles so the grinder as he -.it in the
; ol I mowing machine scat, K, which
i is fastened to th triangle, turns the
small wheel by means of the pedals
i The small wheel l.s kept, wet enough
; to niolst.cn the grindstone just about
i as much as is needed. Tho grind-
ston-' rests wholly upon the wheel
j and as its axis Is kept within the
slolt'd unriirht. it can move Ircelv
! and easily. As the wheel wears away
i It gradually drops in the slot Farm
: and Home.
I The ( nrr at FihkI. 22
! It is a very cnmruo'i practice to nut
' away food that comes from Ihe store
, In the brown paper In which the
i deaicr wraps IU Whl.e this may be
j convenient it certainly Is open to se
' rlous objection on the score of health
and cleanliness. Most of the cheap
; papers are made trom mat rials
: hardly up to the standard of the
, hou-ckeep r's Ideas of neatness, anil,
: alt hough Ja certain degree of heat is
employ d in their prostration, it Is
by no means suilicient to dostny all
j or the dl-casc germs with which the
raw material may be filled. When
j It is taken Into consideration that
j waste paper of all sorts and those
' used for ail purposes arc gathered up
and worlied over into new paper to
i wrap our food In, it behooves the
; hou-ewile who cares for the health
i of her fain ly to see to it that arti
cles of food remain irk contact with
such wrappings the very shortest pos
sible time, it is not uuusu il to see
meat butter, chee-e, and other ex
tremely -ucc '(itable articles put away
in the very cheapest, commonest
brown patter, a practice which Is usu
ally discontinued forthwith as soon
as a realizing sense of the objection
able material is borne in upon the
inlnd. Immediately upon the receipt
of soft groceries or fruits they should
be put nto earthenware dKhes, and
under no circumstances should they
be allowed to remain In the, pa; e s
in which they were dc.hcicd. 1 is
useless t expect that a betsor class
I of paper will be employed and so
I we may as well make up our minds
j to guard against trouble by shifting
all articles of food to some dish that
Is absolutely free from contaminat
ing Clemen s. New York Ledger.
(ItHxl Fnrliis Hnil ;hmI FurnuTH.
The first essential of good farming
is a good farm, says the American
Agriculturist, and a good fanner is
pretty certain to have a good farm.
That close observation and sound
1 radical iudgment recjuis te to suc
cess in tanning will enable iu jkissos
sor to s led a good larm. If a good
farmer by any chance or accident
Inheritance for instance comes into
possession of an It reclaim. ibl.v poor
farm, he will not keep it long. He
will not waste his energies in an at
tempt to make money from a poor
farm What kind of a farm would a
good farmer select? He would avoid
extremes: selecting neither a light
sandy or gravelly soil, nor a stllf.
heavy clay. specially would he
avoid a cold, wet, shallow soil with
an Impervious hardpan subsoil. A
very light soil will not produce large,
paying crops without inn much outlay
tor manures, A sfltT clay soil too
much subjected to climatic condi
tions. When tho season is just right,
neither too wet nor too dry. it may
be cultivated well and produce large
ci ops, but in a cry wet or very dry
season it Is pretty sure lo ba'l'e all
the efforts of the farmer, and result
In failuie. draining will do much
toward ameliorating such soils, but
even then there are too many daysin
the year when they are untillable,
and It Is very difficult to a compilsli
t he necessary work in the proper sea
son for plant growth.
SloMt.-r for Non-U.
A very cheap and warm shelter
may be made by setting posts firmly
In the ground and covering with a
rnof of poles or lo ;g rails. iver this
lay a covering of straw or coarse hay.
Cover this with a few poles or boards
to hold tho straw in position, f-et
other post two feat outward from
the first ones. Wire a few po'es to
each set, mi ing iu the spac s with
' ! raw ririu'.v crowded into position,
j H ha ing a door at one side the re
sult will be as warm a room as can
lr made trom tmards and straw in a
j barn basement for shedding rain
rTojH r!y, make one side three or four
feet higher than ihe other, or niae
it level, putting a load of straw on
top iu the form of a pyramid to shed
the rain While this and other forms
of temporary shelter aie cheap and
require no direct outlay for material,
vet rather than follow up Ihtir con
struction ear after year a ixrrmanent
utiucture of wood should be erected.
This should te built in a sulistantial
manner, making the foundations
solid, and nailing each piece firmly in
V sition. The roof should not be less
ttian a quarter pitch, and. if possible,
obtain all lioaids a year in advance
that they may become projierly seasoned.
To hill llf l ie.
We bear a good deal about lico on
roultry and ticks on sheet), but there
is rarely any mention of the parasites
, on hogs, tlioiuh these , n ui ils are
tormen ed equally with the of hers bv
little insects which fed on them
freely. These para-itcs, which are
doing their best to render our fatten
ing ration of no avail, are ca-ily de
stroyed by the ever-useful kerosene
emulsion. When a dip in the mix
ture Is not t acticable. a Fpraying
machine can be used with good effect,
'lhekero-ene eniul-iou is made by
lmilitig a pound of soap, hard or soft,
in a gallon of hoi. ing water. Then
add to ihs t w i ' i uarts of keros ne.
and the lather of the soap will cause.
the oil to mix so that it will not
again separate Kerosene emulsion
may i e mad with milk Instead of
with s.iapsuds, but the best place to
apply milk to hogs is on the inside.
I or destioying vermin the soap lather
oniulsion with kerosene Is quite as
good, and perhaps better, as the soap
helps to clean away anv scurf from
the skin. .4.
. - A
j Convenient Tlf Tioa&hs.
When a pig comes to a t rough for
feed or slop he generally comes in a
hurry, and Is not content with plung
ing bis snout Into it, but must thrust
his forefeet into it also. If these are
j covered with mud and 111th, as very
often they are, this Is mixed with
the feed or slop, and certainly cannot
DKVICKS Kill KKKI'INO Kl:i iJiOl'OrtS (LEAN.
be very conducive to the health of
the animal. It would be much bet
ter for the pig, and the eater thereof,
ifth'sshoud be pievented. aid the
animal compelled lo Keep his dirty
feel out or his dish. It should he
borne In mind -hat the pig's neck is
short, and that he cannot reach very
far, and, theicfore, his trough must
neither be high, wlue, nor de:p, and
it should be so t laced that the bot
tom is on a level with his feet. Some
g' od forms of troughs are shown in
the ilfustratioris from the American
' A iciiT)tl I'urpsrKn Cow,
A good many farmers are coml. g
to believe that theie Is a general pur
pose farm cow, in s ite of all that
has been said to the contrary. Ily a
general purpose cow is meant, of
course one which Is good lor butter
and milk, and which is sulliciently
well bred to impress all her good
characteristics on her progeny. Mie
a av l e of anv one of several breeds,
but. it Is a gieat r istake to suppose
that, she a. i e of no breed at ail,
ior then she would not posses; this
last and most desirable qua! il y. This
ideal farm i ow should have a large
,ra i.e so that hei n ale calves should
be valuable beeves. Mie should be
well pedigreed, so that the hei tr
calves would have a pro i dsn to he
co , e as good milkers and butter
makers as hcrsel . .she should be
handled for dairy urposes fro u the
tl :;e she drops her lirst calf, so as to
pro i ote the tendency toward a long
period of milking. There are many
farms upo i which such a cow will
prove of greater value than one
handled especially for milk or butter.
' Philadelphia Kti'juirer.
Hulialng I ii r Flock.
On a farm one of the cheapest as
well as one of the b est ways of build
ing up a (lock of sheep Is to select the
best of the ewes ami breed to full
blood ram ol a good breed cue that
Is best adapted to yo ir locality and
the purpose for which you are keep
ing sheen. Keep on selecting the
ewes, selecting a new ram every two
vears In order to infuse new blood.
There is live times as much prollt in
mutton as in the fleece. A sheep
may be (,fed for one-seventh of tho
lood that an o.v requires, and will
make a growth of nearly three quar
ters of a pound a day for the first,
iio days of Its life, when it. becomes
excellent mutton, l or (Sou days it
will make nearly a half a pound a
day. Mich Hhecp will net ii cents a
pound at the farm: "but such sheep,
too, having a huge carca-s, will have
a large He ceo in proportion.
V. IHil of rntittopK,
The average vield of potatoes In
this country Is about fifty bushels
per acre, yet In competitive trials as
iiiany as '.hid bu hoU per acre have
been grown, proportionately, on an
experimental plot. This was done
with care and . udicious uso of fer
tilizes. It Is true that It would l.e
ditliciilt for any farmer to produce
aio bushels on an acre of land, but
the low average indicates t hat some
thing better can be done with such a
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
Lew Wallace an an Artlft.
It is safe to say that non of General
Lew Wallace's literary efforts has at
tracted the attention that one of his
paintings did many years ago. He
painted a cupld with purple wings,
which led to no end of discussion
among the Hoosier art critics, who
maintained that whne was the regula
tion color for such appendages. The
general is a clever ar'.ist as well as
author lawyer, statesmen, diplomat
and soldier. N. Y. Mail and Kxress.
Iiupout's powder mills, in Wilming
ton, l)td., are furnished with hinged
roofs, so that iu case of an explosion
the damage, will be minimized.
In I ires ien there is a widowers' asso
elation, the members of which succeed
remarkably well in cheering each other.
They comprise forty of the jolliest fei.
lows iu the capital of Saxony.
l ew save the poor feel for the poor.
Tarifl and Tatation.
Tariff duties and Internal revenue taxa
tion on Incomes and corporations are ex
clt.lnu pu title Interest, hut of quite as much
Interest are those things which tax the
syi eiu and require at once an oxternal
reinudy. (in this ButiJdCt, with special
recommendation, Mr. fierce I). Hrown,
Bridewater, Mass., says: ln uccidints
from all kind of athletic sports, to reduce
sprains and bruises, I hare uied Ht .Jacobs
Oil and always found it most reliable "
Also, Mr. CL It Hands. Mar (turn, Okla.,
writes: "I have used fit. Jacobs Oil for
sprains and rheumatism and would not be
without ll for anything." Mr. K. Lcdbet
ter, lienton. Texas, says: "1 have used St.
Jacobs Oil and it Is the only thlni? I ever
aw that would cure toothache In ten min
utes' time," and It Is usually prompt and
sure for frost-bites. All of these commu
nications are of recent date, showing un
Germany is proud of its success in
training dogs for army purposes. They
are trained to recognize the uniforms
of probable enemies, and are taught to
give warning of their approach uy
pointing never by barking.
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh tliat
lis mercury will sorely destroy the s!:M-e of
srncll and completely derange the whole
system when entering it thromrh the nm
ciius surl'uciH. such articles should never
lie used except mi prescriptions trom
reputable physicians, lis the damage they
will do is ten' told to the good you caii
possibly derive from them. Hail's
i'iitnrrh Cur,' iiiaiiiiliietured .by V. .1.
Clacticy ,t Co.. Toledo, ()., contains no
mercury, and is taken internally, acting
direct l' upon the blood and mucous sur
faces i f t hi system. In having Hall's
Catarrh Cure lie sure and gel the genuine.
It is taken internally, and made in Toledo,
Ohio, bv .1. Chenev ,t ( o. Testimonials
3Sold by Druggists, price T.'ic. per
Fire and sword are but slow engines
of destruction in comparison with the
r.xchftnuc your Land or Fiirm for i:ood City
1'ron rlv and come into town slid educate your
children m this ritv "f collees. I have resi
dence 'roiu II, sin lo .:,) him! brick business
Mods from tT.iUM lo Hu,"' nil rente, I and
ttrilmiiei in yood income. I Irtide direct wiLh
liie ftu mer uiiil nv no coin:;ilsio:;. Semi lor
1 il V list ol t opert '.
I. . . Ilia Ksl T, Lincoln, Xeb
For virtue's sell ma to much zeal
be bad; lite worst of madness is a
saint, run mad.
See "Colcliesier's'' Spading Boot Ad. in
nt Iter col
( Miserve the effects of race on those
who deliver themselves up to the pas
sion. Shiioh s Co!imiinttion cure is sold on ft guar
antee it cures lucleient Co suiniilion It is
till' best! ouifll 1 lire
i edits, . ceo Is and JUKI.
' Music makes the people milder and
gentler, more moral aim more reason
able. Good Qualities
1 'assessed by Hoods s arsapa
parilla are almost beyond men
tion. Ilest of all, it purifies the
blood, thus strengthening the
nerves, it regulates the digestive
organs, invigorates the kidneys
and liver, tones and builds up
theenliresyst.em, cures Scrofu
la, Dyspepsia (.'atari Ii, Rheu
matism. Its career of un
equalled success proves beyond
a que'tlon that
Hood's fills rure all Liver Ills Hi k llcsd
ache, ainiillce Indigestion. Tr box. I.e.
Ts thn itimnlewt and moil nor
fort Seli-lifoulaling Incuoator
on tho mark al. and wo inanii
far turn th only nellreKuUt
injr lirdnr in America.
Cirfalam frn. Atldn-
CEO. W. MURPHY & CO.
QI'HrT. I1X H" A.
Ely's Cream Balm
WILL ( I BB
Prico o vnU.
Applr Balm InUtmneh nottrll.
L? B1KM..M Warron 81..N.Y.
Lucy Hlune at Oberllu.
It is interesting io read of Lucy
Stones experiences in college during
her four years' study at Oberlin. She
never lost a day from ill health, and she
took the college course with the men
and held fair rank in her class. Nearly
all the girls iu the college at that time
were poor and worked their way
through. They did their own cooking
their own ironing, and some of them
paid their way by doing washing for
the men. New York Sun.
Thk bkkatii ola c hronic cniarrh salient is
often soollensive hat he becomes an obleet o'
dlsgua. After s lime uh eralion sets in. tie
spongy bones are attni ircd, and frequently des
troyed. A constant sourc - of dw-oiufort is the
lr.pfiing of ihe purulent i-eerelioii into ll:e
mioHl sO'i-ctilrtes producing invelerate bron
chitis, ul.icb is usually the exciting cause of
puiiiionaiy disease. Ihe brilliant results by
lis use for years past properly designate Kiy'r
Cream Halm as by far the best and only cure.
He who is most slow in making a
promise is the most faithful in its per
formance As a Sample yet Effective Remedy for
Throat A licet ions, Brown's Bronchial
Troches stand first in public favor. They
are ubsolutelv unrivalled lor the allevia
tion ol nd Throat irritation caused by
Cold or use ol the voice.
Five crematories are to be erected
in Chicago, for the cremation of its
garbage. Kach will have a capacity of
burning 100 tons daily.
IIekcuam's I'ii.ls, the certain cure lor
biliousness and sick headache, are pleas
antly coaled and nice to take, l'ricc, A
A double-sjat.ed bicycle was used by
a couple of lovers in Shelby county, Ky.
to elope to Louisville, where a minister
made them happy.
D ix'tAi.loh VocksKI.k to t ride with a
Cold, and so encourage Ihe development
nfsome Intent rulmoiiary and Brnnchui!
disease, which often ends fatally. You
had hotter cure your Cough or Cold by
promptly resorting to Dr. i). .layne's Ex
pectorant, an old-time remedy for all
Coughs, I. ting and Throat atleet ions.
Oliver Wendell Hoimes says that the
three best tiooks are the ISible, Shake
speare's plays and a cooil dictionary.
KM'i.fiO Kilt A FA KM WAIION.
The best wagon in the world can bo
had for VL'y a barrel cart for
II You Mill rut This On! and end It
With fx: to the John A. Salznr Seed Co.,
Iji Crosse, Wis., you will receive their
mammoth catalogue, where you can
read about this wagon. C
Throughout the entire world there
are annually about 180,000 suicides.
Is a scientific-ill v prepared
every ingredient of recognized value, and in constant
use by the medical profession. These ingredients are
combined in a manner hitherto unknown, and WILL
DO all tliat is claimed for it, AND MORE. It
shortens Labor, Lessens Pain, Diminishes Danger to
Life of Vo:!ht and Child.
cnt by l.;ri on kreeipt of Price, $1.50 per Kottle.
Book to "Mot 1 1 Kits" trailed 1- KKK, containiiic voluntary testimonials
Sold by All Dr agists, HRAUFIELD RnfllU.ATOR CO., Atlanta, 0.
TMonrrsnn rlantine alzcr'pSepflfi npver irnows nf hard timfl.
' nif .,- 1 1
VV. I.. lHinil.AS &.'! PIIOF
(Vju.ils cu-.tnm wuik, costing troin
$1 I'1 .fc t11 st value lor llic niftnry
in Ihe WfMld. .vinie aim niao
tninjM-d oil the botrntn, Kvrry
iv, 1, f , v JA pair warranlt j. '1 kr no Ruhsti.
(UCdlllCSi, fcl lad'. Sw: l.HailpjKTs for full
''IWlWUWljj TPUini-s f,,r l:nlics Olid prn.
UUIT MttiT --"- how to nr.
drrhvmail. IVKlar r free. Ynu can pet the liest
bargains if diallers w ho push our shoes.
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i I.K I KIM r O.
k i lienp n.H din
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One Cent a pkg.
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H. U. UIM WAV, lio, Llurd, 111. riM.'KL.
L-Nf6o AND HEAD HO'.m C US Eft
r-Okf.ii wtii-fi all rriri-llitfltl
J.6MTS MAKE S5 a Hay piT.
U Lai Ih Ai c.u. 1 ToTMTiTiiiallolliie. Samplft poit
paid, UveeonU. F01W11KK4 M AKIN Laocion.u.o
'oniiiiniiIvr and people
who have wnak hi nif or Aiih
ma, nhould ue IMno'nCurt) tr
(rin"nipilon. It hai cnr4
IhotiaitnUa. It him noting
our. 1 1 til not ha1 to tak.
It tithe bfiflicouifh nyrnp.
Hold CTnrywhnrw. 9 Ac.
A Fatal Object.
Manager Is there anything in yonr
play to which the fastidious could take
exception Anything that would be
likely to give offense to a church mem
ber, say, or that would call a blush to
the cheek of the dramatic critic?
Young Author (eagerly) -Nothing,
nothing, i assure you. There is not a
line iu it that I would not h ive my
grandmother read; riot a word or
phrase that is suggestive.
Manager (decidedly) Then 1 don't
want it. New York l'ress.
Not a. H .t Indler.
Daughter That man who advertised
all the latest popular tongs for 8 is a
Old Man Eh? Didn't he send you
anything for your money? I'll rbport
him to the authorities at once.
"Ves, he sent the latest popular songs,
just as advertised, hut they were only
the words. No music at all. I can
read them, of course, but I caa't sing
"My dear, that man is not a swindler.
!fe is a philanthropist." N. V. Weekly
Regis Lcblanc is a French Cana
dian store keeper at Notre Dame de
Stanbridge, Quebec, Can., who was,
cured of a severe attack of Congest-!
ion of the Lungs by lioschee's Ger
man Syrup. lie has sold many a
oottle of German Syrup on his per
sonal recommendation. If you drop
:im a line he'll give you the full
tcts of the case direct, as he did us,
:id tliat JJoschee's German Syrup
.'r.;ht him through nicely. It
vs will. It is a good medicine
--'i in its work. 41
BEST IN MARKET"
t BKST IN FIT.
BKHT IN WBABINQ
The outer or tap sole
'xtends the whole
length down lo the
iifi-i, j.rotei'Untf the
!(i in (iiutux und iu
oiher hard work.
ASK YOUI'. hKALKB
and don't be put off
with inferior floods.
COLCHESTER RUBBER CO.
55 to $25
1'rotiiH ulnutlily on lim
itfd ,ini-htm'iit ol tt0.
Mend for Mir ClKCLLAa.
Kimball, Greene &Co.
lealiTK in Stork, Oram and Provision-; llnKirst N
I tional Hank Hid.. KM Dearborn St.. hlra.
.11 1 . , K "MV v., IL. T...1M veil-
Stephenson Electric Belt Co.
I'HttMitiMl AiiKiiHl and, 1KII3.
The IhIosi hihI most Imi roved Klwtrlf! Belt
iiiaiiillncniK'.l. Ihe o.ily Kli--iric llelt tht
ieiiiue no vliii'.Hr o neiits to mnkf It work.
It iw sol i iretioiHiini;. It 1 mo e durahln thau
niivoihor. A kmiI. curi' for iheiunHlinm,
iienrHhiia niHl hII nervous diMeases. Cure
ilyHH-m, riiiiMiimilnii, livi-r mid kidney dl
eime.s, injna In the hneli. ieiiinie ink iiem,
Keneinl ileliiliiy, relieves that tired feeling
mid Mil ehroiiie rllm-im s.
Senl .i. Mihl on ieeelpl ol price Y1 0).
l.llieiul disciinntu io ngenlfi. Corrcsftondene
1 UK KiKI HKN-ON Kl.Rf illlC IlKLT CO.
flicl.ltlfit to OIK
itor, iM ro or
mi til. for triii
iQif on luaralna
III Hlook. Ui Hiint or f'rovUlonn. larltHt Icttnr
I i4 .--. at 1 mvlnir latitNt rolindi'Iillll idvlcon.
Ol r oi ! on onft per rent timriiliiM Our book.
"acs.lln, or How to Trml." malted oa
r.Ilil aiMo enil -Unii, C.I. ttN W I Mi I.K
: ;l(l l a Sll Streot. ( liieano.
IS, N, V, No : 0-0.
WIIKN WKITIM1 TO All! KKTIHKRH
plraao naj you law the adrarttMuaat
In thU papar.
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