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filed ou a. nowentfad (if 0,SUor I20acre before Jan Z't, 1874 can sell Ills art(11Uonl rliht.
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Mention The Country Publishers Co. A. M. VANCE, Capital Prk, Des Molars, la.
HAY! SWEEPS and STACKERS
KANSAS CITY HAY PRESS &
JACK OF ALL TRADES
OUR NEW "LITTLE GIANT" lit H P. GASOLINE EKG.SE.
Worth IU Weipt n Gold !o E?sry Stockmar Parser.
TIr- many nf you iiTe.ost the prlwo, .his Enfflno In one day .r account of Insuf
ficient wind to operHte your wind m:i: Imtvlna your .lock witboti ; iter. i.et one now
to do your pumpliiit when there in no wind or do It regularly. Weather aoes not uITert
l! Kork. bot or cold, wet or dry, wind or otlui. It Is thn 3arue to thU macuine. Will alo
holl corn, Knod fnd, mw w(xkI, churn hui.u r and Is handy for a huoilind jiher l. bi. in
Mm bua or on liwifarm. CoU outblOit to kp when not wurklti. j.a .lylto miM
per hour whon worklnir Hlilpp1 cotnplrlelT i-t un, re tdy tu r-ia no .1 . ..Intlon n-oui-tK a
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e Biik nil a:fa of (tuuaa E&rflaiw, fum 1'4 v o-se -power. "V ito for circular and
all - HEilliKaS&n
101 auad 103 XV. 9ih St.,
KAX&Afl CITT. MO.
Mrgutnr Or4ua9m in ttmdtrin.
tnthoHud by ib Btatw o trl CHHOlfTO.
MUroUM AHU HPKCIAL VI UK AM MA.
Corn rnaranutvi or raonar nr
fnadad. All medicliiM furaiibd
rMtdy for nw no mercury or 1
trioa nvxilctnM aatd. No da
nUoo from buaimo. PatiMti
at a diataao arutad by mall aad
ipraaa. Madleiuw atn ry.
pa. frea I
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km. Orar 0.009
aoca arc ImDorun. BUU yonr eaa ami ana
lor karma. Cooatiliatton traa aad eonfldaQtlaa.
araoaally or br Uttar.
Seminal Wfer.fA" fZ&ot
Ad ScXUal Debility. IlMandaxeaaa
a-aaaalD tnaaaa by draama or arllh aba nrtaa.
flapaaa aod blotcbM on tba tJ. mabaa of blood
to tbabaad. palnHo back, euof oaad laaaa and
ErfatfiUoaaa, banfnln. mlot , to aoday.
baa of araal powar, loaa of manhood, tmp
fnata, e., earad for Ufa. I eaa atop nlat
loaaaa. raavJra aaraal por, raatora aarra aad
larain povar, anlam and wwntbao wak parta,
ad aaaka yoa t lot asaniaca.
ltd OleeC atraiamta, bo pain, op UWa
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Private Diseases Snr&SS
abea dlaaaaaa, tba affacta and em, aaot aaalad
ETpUia wrappar for cant. In rtampatoo
Suraad iUa book far tba iofonaataOB it
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COUNTRY PUBLISHERS COMP'Y
OMAHA. Vol. 3-No. 34-I800
FOUR F1V0EITE FAMILY FOODS:
MICLA COPf !.
MunoocN'S ruRi tPicis.
"OfT" FLAVOHINa IXTRACTt
roun srocir has thkm all.
SIND YOU tlLLt TO THI
Union Lumber Co.. wjg.
They Sell Direct to Prmn at
2 or 3 wheel side hitch.
3 or 4 wheel rear hitch.
THE SEASON IS HERE
We have some print for
you. Write for it.
MACHINERY CO., OmaMeb.
Taking Turkish, Vapor, or Medicated Baths.
All iU mmrt.aof ilidT SPR lyti In yir vn IfOMi' f.T TURKIC CENTS
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Thr lnir(rrhMiii:('abl('C'HiniilE:nTrlrk lia'!
"AKt-nts witnid t vciyw boie."
famplo liy ""all I.lttHiU.
tiy mill tl. I'.
iin liy KXprvm jr.M.
UW by c-,iirN.s frs oo.
We arc rnxmiracturlng I.W.0T0 as a slartor
and fun ship out-of-town orders at once. H
i new. novel, original and Ipindtmelv trot
ten up; will affored an lmmciiM- amount of
ainu-enient and )w a trumendoun seller
IIUKtlo in your order; xpnd money hy rilsi
ered IcIUT, expre order or postal order;
CLOYD NOVELTY CO.,
BSC) New York Life Uld'a, Kansas City, Mo
?0 WFFK SURF
We pay 20
week for men
w.. or women
with rig to Introduce our Poullry remedy In
country. EXCELSIOR MFG. CO.
Wanted to learn Telairrapby and be assisted
to positions. "Skelton Onmhlnallon" of
Telegraphy. Typewrltlnir. Husiness Penman
ship, station Kc.nHnd luilway liookkccp
lng is a sure winner. Tiyit.
Addresa, W. H. &KEI.TOS. Mitr..
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KIMBALL BROS., MFGS.
10SI 9th M. tOUJiCIL IILI'irn, I A.
On June 1st the Wabash will place on
ale summer tourist tickets good to re
turn until October 31st, to all the sum
mer resorts of Canada and the East.
Tha Continental Limited
Leaving Chicago at 12, noon; leaving
St. Louis at 9 a. m., which was so pop
ular with the traveling public last year,
will run on same schedule time this
For rates, time tablea, or further In
formation In regard to trlpa East or tc
Europe, or a copy of our Summe Tours
call on or write,
O. N. CLAYTON. N. W. P. Agt.,
Room 406 N Y Life Rldg., Omaha, Neb
Something New !
Compartment Chair Car
Omaha, Council Bluffs
Kansas City and
The First and Third Tuesday
ol Kach Month.
All inforniHtlon nt Omaha A HI.
Louis tt. 11. City Office, Nu. 1415 Far
nam 8trt, or write
C. F. dt T. A., Omaha, Ne'i.
'I HE RICHT KIND.
I like to see a girl
Who knows enouxh to furl
All her lurbeiows and get a man a din
ner; Who can s!ng a bit and play,
Who can new, knit, darn, crochet
Well, a girl. In fact, who s gut some
gristle In her
A gnl hj loves her dad
And makes some fellow glad,
And who doesn't mieer at any man who
Who's the angel of the house,
Yet, if Bhe eavi a mju-.e,
Wouldn't Jump upon a chair. and call
I like to eee a youth
Who'd rather teil the truth
Than resort to fairy tales or fabrica
tions: Who can look you In the eye,
Who, in short, would ratner die
Than disappoint his parents' expecta
tions; Who, never fond of fight,
Can use his left or right
And can pay a hundred cents on every
To some one sweetheart true,
He loves his mother, too,
And he doesn't wear a bandbox for a
I like to fee a wife
Who wouldn't, for her life,
Tell the neighbors al lher husband's
Oh, a woman ful lof hope.
Who could throw a man a rope
If she saw him in a sea o business
A woman who has tact,
(Jood sense, and well, In fact,
Almost any kind that Isn't quite a noo
dle, And who'd rather make a bib
For baby in his crib
Than embroider silken dollies for a
I line to see a man
Who, if he has a plan
t"or removing ev'ry evil from creation.
Now and then will give a cent
To his wife, but not repent,
And so ask for every mill an explana
tion; Who, If he has to roam,
Will save a smile for home
And will never tell the sins of other
W'ho isn't a beginner,
Who himself has been a sinner
And who doesn't measure God with a
steeple. Edward F.( Burns.
Gowns, Suits and Summer Gowns.
A new erect form of corset has made
Its appearance In the big stores within
the past few weeks. It reflects the
tendency toward scientific and hygienic
construction In corset building. This
corset takes all strain away from the
abd unen and bust, and throws all the
pressure of lacing upon the hips and
back muscles, thus forcing the shoul
ders erect, and giving Its wearer a fine,
military carrluge and erect form.
It has betn paid that sleeves are to
be larger and are not to be quite as
long as they have been.
The colored pique and linen suits are
very stylish this season, and the white
trimmed with blue, or bkie with whit;,
make pretty yachting suits. A yacht
ing suit of white pique was made with
a broad band of a rather light shade
of blue linen with very narrow white
braid. The blouse Eton had a deep sail,
or collar of the white with a band of
the blue and trimmed with the braid
same as the sMrt. The vest and high
standing collar was of the blue, finely
strapped -with the white braid from
the top of the collar to the waist, and
the belt and cuffs were of the blue,
strapped with braid the same as the
rest of the gown. '
A blue linen yachting suit had bands
of white with machine stitching In
Very stylish Indeed are the linen col
ored suits with black stitching and the
collar and cuffs of black; or, If it Is one
of the collarlegs Etons, then a band of
black all around the Jacket with black
These pique, duck or linen suits are
very useful gowns for summer wear,
and they wer; never bo fashionable and
stylish lookli.c as they are this season
made with an Eton or bolero with re
vers of the same or of another color,
and they make Ideal yachting suits for
warm, sultry weather.
For more dressy wear some are elab
orately trimmed with embroidery or
braid, or the skirts are tucked the same
as In other materials. Ladles' World.
For Dinner, Luncheon and Tea.
Vegetable Soup Put In a vessel of
boiling water a cupful each of chopped
Irish potatoes, cabbage and tomatoes,
fresh or canned, three onions chopped
fine, and a half teacupful of rice. When
vegetables are done, put In a half cup
ful of sweet milk, a tablesponnful of
butter, a pinch of black pepper, thicken
with a flour paste, salt to taste when
vegetables are first put In. This Is the
old-fashioned way we Southern folks
make It, and we never grow "rd of It,
as one does of other soups.
Hulled Onions Put large white onions
In a saucepan full of water, and chnnge
water three times before done. Make
sauce of one-half cupful of milk, one
teaspoonful of butter, one teaspoonful
of flour, one-half teaspoonful of salt,
dust of black pepper. Pour over on
ions when served.
Silver Cake Cream together two
cupfula of sugar and one-third cupful
of butter; add one cupful of sweet milk
and four cupfuls of flour, Into which
first sift two teaspoonfuls of baking
powder. Mix together with the stiffly
beaten whites of seven eggs, flav.ir with
Plum Custard Line a shallow tin
with a light paste; cream together a
mixture of three beaten yolks and one
and one-half cupfula of sugar, one-half
cupful of butter. Put In the three
tightly beaten whites and Inst a cupful
of plum preserves; beat all together,
pour In pan, and bake In moderate oven,
rhla I a most delicious dessert awd
las the merit of growing richer with
FRILLS OF FASHION.
A new garniture much In faver con
sists Ct rings of guipure linked one
through the other and applied as a
Broad velvet cravats and girdles, gold
fringed and drawn through gold clasps,
are worn with soft wool morning gowns
for which they furnish almost the only
Of the making of new picturesque
sleeves there seems to be no end this
season. Special designs are constantly
appearing on fancy waists, tea gowns,
afternoon toilets, simple morning dress
es, negliges and dainty little cpen-front
Point d'esprit, on which are applied
trailing sprays of lace, Is to be one of
the most popular materials for young
girls' evening gowns during the win
ter. It is more durable than chiffon
or rnoussellne and achieves considerable
distinction through skillful use of the
The craze for gold trimming is de
veloping in a most effective way thro'
combination with heavy lace. Boleros
of guipure, polne de Venise, Carrick
ross, etc., are applied upon gold tissue
and finished with gold buttons or tas
sels. Bands of the lace also are applied
to bands of gold tissue and used upon
cloth or silk with excellent results.
The pieces of beautiful summer bro
cade, fancy silk, faille francaise, taf
feta, or figured crepe de Chine offered
at midsummer bargain sales are easily
converted Into little Eton or bolero
Jackets, vest fronts Joining tucked
guimpes, full undersleeves, .etc., all of
which prove moat effective in altering
or giving an extra touch to a gown
which needs a bit of freshening.
A pretty dress of cream silk canvas
worn at a fashionable summer resort
this season has a tucked skirt stitched
with cream silk. The sleeves are tuck
ed from shoulder to elbow and the
tucked bodice opens over a blouse vest
if cluny lace, with matching standing
collar and undersleeves. The gown
Is made up separate from the under
slips which accompany it, these being
formed variously of pale yellow taffeta,
pink batiste, a soft rosy tine of mauve
surah trlmemd with accordion-plaited
Frocks for little girls have not, In
many seasons, been so charming as
now. They reproduce the general char
acteristics of the gowns worn by the
children's elders; but, fortunately, those
features al present are effective upon
the wee women. Empire frocks with
rather long skirts and soft sashes are
delightful upon small girl", and the In
evitable bolero, with its infinite variety
In shape and trimming, redirems even
the simplest child's dregs from the com
monplace. The broad collars, flouting
scurf tics, shirred skirts, flapping straw
an-1 lace picture hats, all are adaptable
to' childhood, and the gold braid, gal
loon and buttons brighten up little
school and morning frocks that were
too serviceable to be pretty. The small
girl who doesn't look attractive this
season has a stupid cr indifferent
TALK ABOUT WOMEN.
Amelia E. Barr, the novelist, has,
besides writing thirty-two books, had
time to perfect herself as a house
keeper, and is the mother of fourteen
Mrs. Hearst, the widow of the sen
ator, has announced her Intention of
giving to the University of California
a liberal sum for the erection of a
A bright boy In the district of New
York has a long list of customers whose
pencils he keeps sharpened and who
also patronize him for new pencils. He
has a patent sharpener and goes from
store to store and office to office.
The Murchioness LI, wife of Li Hung
Chang ,1s reckoned a great beauty In
China and Is also classed as one of the
cleverest women in that country. Hhe
is over 60 years old, but is said not to
look over 35. Her wardrobe Includes
nearly 4,000 garments.
Women as bank presidents are not
numerous, but Mrs. Anthony Melnhardt
Is president of a bank In Burlington,
Wis. Her son Is vice president and
her daughter cashier. Mrs. E. 8.
Tome, widow of Jacob Tome, Is presi
dent of the Cecil National bank of Port
The distinction of being the cham
pion nail driver of the country be
longs to Mrs. F. C. E. Mehlhouse of
Pottstown, Pa. Out of twelve fair con
testants he carried off first honors by
driving six eight-penny nails Into a
two-inch plank in fifteen seconds. In
her haste she dropped one of the nails,
but despite this handicap she finished
Mme. Duperron Is one of the note
worthy characters to be seen at the
Paris exposition, fine has a newspaper
booth and sells the English and Ameri
can papers, chiefly, her knowledge of
our language making her a popular
figure with the English-speaking vis
itors. Phe performed the same office
during the Paris exposition of 1855.
when Lord Henry Seymour, Lord Lyt
ton, the marquis of Dufferln and others
of the "old English colony" were among
Alice, the oldest surviving daughter
of the poet Longfellow, Is unmarried
and remains mistress of the Longfellow
mansion In Cambridge. She Is active
In reformatory work; has been a mem
ber of the Cambridge school committee
and fills a high place In social life.
Edith, the second daughter, Is the wife
of Richard H. Dana, son of the author
of that name. Annie, the youngest of
the children, married J. O. Thorpe, Jr.,
a brother of the second wife of Ole Bull,
the famous Norwegian violinist. Of the
two Bona Ernest is married and resides
In Massachusetts, while Charles re
mains a bachelor,
DISEASES OF THE RECTUM,
Over twenty years of successful practice confined fo the treatment of
aisesees of tbe Return, gives us confidence la our ability to cure and there
fore we not only guarantee to do so, but do not ask for one cent of mono
until the patient is satisfied that a cure has been effected. We do not ask
you to make a deposite in tbe bank subject to our draft when cured, or sign
a note, promising to return it to you if we do not cure you, or to pay us part
cash in advance just to pay for the medicine used but we simply offer tt
cure you first and then receive our pay after you are satisfied that you art
cured. Could anything be more fair?
SEND FOR OUR BOOKS.
Our 104 page book of testimonials (men) will be sent FREE upon re
quest. It contains the names and addresses of over a thousand formal
paiientg. (some of them probably neighbors of yours) whom we have per
manently cured, Write or speak to some of these people and see what they
will say regarding our ability and methods. We have also issued a 48 page
b"ok of lady testimonials which we will be pleased to send post paid to any
lady requesting it.
Do not suffer longer nor dlspalr for we can cure you regardless of youi
condition or former experience. These books contain much valuable infor
mation besides the testimonials and are sent absolutely FREE and post paid.
Wiite us at once.
ft PARTIAL LIST OF PEOPLE WE HAVE CURED.
Send For Oar Book And Itead Their Testimonials. .
Arthur C. Crossman Atkinson
John Hastle Auburn
G. W. Bingham Bennett
M. B. Conlee Beatrice
Judge J. K. Bush Beatrice
Frank Strauch Barnston
E. R. Beee Cambridge
Reas Hill Champion
H. E. Beck Fremont
G. W. Hansen Fairbury
J. R. Crookshanks Hiawatha
T. K. Williams Louisville
James O'Leary Louisville
A. A. Knot Louisville
C. E. Cunningham Murray
John Rauth Mynard
Wm. Murray Mynard
D. S. Yost Murray
Thomas EL Fulton Murray
W. E. Dull Murray
Dr. B. F. Brendel . Murray
Z. W. Shrader Nehawka
J. L. Shrader Nehawka
Henry M. Bona Omaha
August Stoll Plattsmouth
T. M. Patterson ...Plattsmouth
Thomas Pollock Plattsmouth
J. W. Johnson Plattsmouth
S. Waugh Plattsmouth
Rev. F. A. Campbell Plattsmouth
M. H. Davi9 Red Cloud
J. M. Patterson Riverton
W. H. Davidson Springfield
J. G. Easter Union
W. Chalfant. Union
John Murphy Weeping Water
J. H. Davis Weeping Water
J. E. Shultz Bradford
R. E. Busby Clearfield
J. J. Gravatte Council Bluffs
Stephen Morgan Calimua
Rev. J. C. R. Layton....Des Moines
W. H. Spurgeon Klrkman
1m W. Childs Keokuk
Seth Brown Manchester
M. McElroy Marengo
Robert Quinn Sellsburg
Major Morse .. ..Sioux City
L. W. Sutton Amerlcus
F. M. Ferguson Anthony
Peter Ott Arisple
E. Sickler Arlington
P. A. Scroggin Ashland
W .C. Weaver Atlanta
W. C. Avery Bala
F. O. Clark Barry
R. E. Fullen wider Bayard
J. C. Gurnea Bellville
James Flanagan Beattie
Dr. J. A. Lounsburg Barnard
Col. W. S. Norton BaJtter Springs
J. S. Haynes Bayard
O. B. Pickup Beagle
M. S. Bush Beagle
James B. Bloss Beattie
John Kramer Belvue
B. C. Woodard Beman
Jacob Eulert Brlgg9
J. H. Baker Bluff City
J. R. Wilson Carlton
L. D. Simpson Clyde
O. W. Forter Covert
T. G. Kelly Comiskey
T. C. Dudley ...Conway Springs
G. G. Lutz Cawker
H. C. Fulton Corwin
James O. Kinnear Caldwell
Hugh Martin Cheney
1). J. Mills Dafer
G. B. Powers Delavan
T. S. Ralph Delphoa
A. E. Hltchens Chicago
T. D. Walsh Chicago
L. A. Suber Chicago
S. Y McAdams Hillsboro
W. F. Garvey Illiopolis
S. Dake Illiopolis
J. S. Talbot Peoria
Thos. Dillon Streator
James Mann Springfield
J. P. VanArsdale Toxa
Thos. Jennings Alanthus Grove
C. W. Galbreath Appleton City
W. II. Lewis Blackwater
T. E. Wheeler Boston
G. A. Lewis Downing
G. L. Cox Durgcn
.H. H. Zeikle Elmlra
C. C. Carter Excelsior Springs
C. F. Leg? Guilford
John C. Atchison Gower
V. M. Hobbs Jefferson City
Wm. Roseborough Killwinnlng
Louis Itlley Kearney
T. L. PesCombs Lee ton
P. M. Condron Lntoh
Malhcw Lynch Malta Bend
P. J. Iince Many Sprlnrs
Felix Randall Martinsville
W. S. Rose Mount Morlah
Albert Curtis Eureka Springs
We have cured hundreds of pnp1e who have tried all kinds of remedlea
and dnetn-s and who have been given up to die, thev uie today healthy happy
p.opK Tt will cost yon nntliing to satisfy younelf a to our claims. 8nl
fi r our FREE book and write to some 'f our former patieDt. We want you
to M perfectly free to ssk us Any or all questions you may desire. Youi
letter will rt'celvp prompt and conrteou) attention. There la no experts! al
tm lied to anything we may do for you, until you are perfectly cured of you
trouble. Write us today.
DRS. THORTOIt & MINOR,
103 West llili Street. KANSAS CITY, SXOk
B. F. Cue Cushlmjr
Leonard I Williams Elm Parle
Charles H. Filson Guthrie
M. T. Morris Guthrie
W. A. Frazier Guthrie
W. H. Keeler Hennessy
John J. Lyons Hennessy
G. R. Corzine Kingfisher
O. P. Jones Mangum
O. H. Hays North EnldV
William Sitherwood Ponca City
Geo. Shufeldt Redmooa
Rev. Edward Graalman Seay
J. W. Holman Woodward
L. Eddleman Woodward-
Ira Eddleman Woodwaxd
N. Curtis Woodward
X B. Scott Tucsot,
DISTRICT OF COIATMBIA.
W. N. Irwin Washington
I Peyton Ardmore
H. C. Potterf Ardmore
Dr. A. J. Wolverton Ardmore
E. R. Worthington Eufaula
M. Lowrimore Erin Springe
Geo. Shannon Gibson Station)
C. A. Schmoy Oologah
B. R. Rachal Summit
8. Finn Whitman Sallisaw
H. L. Elliot Vlnita-
William P. Gwinn Butte City
James McGovern Butte City
Marshall Nelson Bozemar
Albert Spaulding , Bozemar
Wm. Coleman Deer Lodg"r.
John Gerdts Deer Lodgfl .
D. C. Kyle Glasgow t
D. A. Loose Helena
A. J. Davidson Helena
Judge Dell Logan
Thomas Callahan ....... Three Forks j,
M. Chrlster East Los An gel ear"
Wm, Schilling Long Beach
Edwin Dudley Selma
John O'Brien San Francisco.
F. M. McLaughlin.... San Francisco
S. P. Bates Westmlnatar
H. W. Wright Aroyav
J. M. Dixon Buffalo Springs .
A. W. Webster Grand Junctions
James Lumpkin Las Antmaa
C. C. Fraser Meeker
J. B. Lynch Pueblo
J. N. Kimzey ., ..Rocky Ford
A. C. Comer Rocky Ford?
Samuel Doss Trinidad1
J. Olney TrlnMa
J. E. Jarvls Tullurid
T. C. Dobbins Tullurltr-
Chas. J. Moore Victor
W. H. Konkel . VHaarv
J. W. Blaker Darts
Bam Remnert Memphis.
Capt. Mark S. Cheek Memphi
J. P. Cooper Canadian
J. B. Vannoy ,,, Canadian
William Tate Henrietta
H. Specht Wichita Pall
Ira 8. Doty Alcester
R. G. Dayman Salem
Jas. R. Sprankle Cleveland-
A. Seeberger Portsmouth
W. N. Irwin South Salem
J. F. Campbell Mattawaav
C L. Wllkcrson Huntington
W. W. P. McConnell Mankate-
L. M. Shields St. Pau
K. G. Pulllam Lexington
A. A. McKlnney Stanford
C. C. Chrlsman Silver Creek
J. F. Pulliam Shelby City
W. M. Weaver Albuquerque
O. B. Erlckson East Las Versa
A. M. Blackwell I .as Vegas
C. M. Light Sliver City
John Shaw Roswelr
Andrew Atchlnson 8ooora
Roso Wemple Mexico City
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