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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (July 28, 1881)
A correspondent of thu filter Ocean
vinititif,' Uticn gathered njt many in
toroHtiiiK fuctH about the innn whoso
birthright in tho republican iarty lias
been Hold out by bin brethen for hoiiio
Hniall olllcofl and n littlo cjibIi. Ono of
tho most curious circumstances is tho
prediction of Mr. Conklin'ft wife, in
1870 and later, showing that she, us
well as (Jen. (Jailleld's mother has pro
phetic instinct. She warned Mr. Conk
ling not to ha.aid his life in making
tho single speech at lltica for Presi
dent Hayes, and advised against his
taking (icn. (Sraiit on thu stump last
year. She said that he would be the
target of Hlandorci sand thu victim of
tho keenest ingratitude at the hands
of tho administration, ho was trying
to elect, and the republican party. jShe
said last year after tho Wanen meeting
"(Jeneral (Jrant is a historical char
actor. The people do not want to wo
him going about making historical
speeches. Ho has shown on which
side him sympathies lie, and now I
think you should dissuade instead nl
urge him to tako further active part
in the campaign." This was Mr. Conk
ling's own view, but lie yielded to the
demands and entreaties of campaign
committees, and so oilier meeting.
where ho anil (irant appeared together
wore tho result. "Hut for all that,"
said Mr. Colliding, "my wife was right
as to tho principle of the thing, as she
When I was in New York, this point
camoup in a conversation with Gener
al (Irani, llu smiled when it was men
tioned, and said, in his off-hand-way :
"Well, itdidn.t hurt moany, and, as
my name has been beforo the conven
tion, and considerable fouling had been
manifested, it seeiued proper thai 1
should leave no possible dotihlus to the
earnestness witli which I supported
In an interview with Mr. Conkling's
family physician, tint correspondent
asked him us to the facts in the case of
tho campaign of 1870, concerning
which Mr. Conkling has been so bitter
ly charged with unfaithfulness to his
party, and accused of "sulking in Lis
"Tie cninn home from "Washington,"
replied tho doctor, "completely broken
down. It was a sort of malarial pros
ration, but his twos were seriously at-
feoted, and ho was used up from over
work. Ilowas compelled to sit in a
dark room for twelve weeks, and walk
ed with his body bent half double.
When he dually determined to make
tho speech mentioned above I begged
him not to do it, and when ho came
home utterly, exhausted by tho eitort I
warned, if tho effort was repeated, it
would cost him ids life."
"IIo was an object of pity and sym
pathy at Hint time," said Mr. l'oineroy,
"if ever a man was, and jet the news
papers were accusing him of hiding,
and bitterly and shamelessly pursuing
"I don't understand it," said Dr.
"Watson. "In tho following year, when
his friend Cornell was running for
governor, he did no more speaking
than for Hayes the year before, and
yet ho was not assailed."
Tho fact that Mr. Conkling rarely
takes his family to Washington has
frequently been mado uso of by the
mudslingers as a proof of unhappy
domostic relations, occasioned by Mrs.
Conkling's suspicions of his infidelity.
The correspondent says of this:
As wo broke up and wero separating
1 asked Mr. (Jritlith, who was, in a
manner, brought up in tho Conkling
lainuy, ami Knows all tho parties inter
ested, and who had come in during the
latter partof tho conversation, why it
was that Mr. Conkling did not keep an
establishment at Washington, instead
of having his family remain for so
much of tho time at Ulica, New York.
"Mrs. Conkling is tho one wlioshould
have answered this question," said Mr.
Griffith, "but 1 know tho truth and
will tell you. Mr. Uonkling is poor;
ho cannot maintain an cstubliKhmont in
Washington without giving up his
homo here. His family cannot live
there as others in his station livo with
out sacrificing this homo. Yon Icivo
seen what this home is, and you will
not wonder that Mrs. Conkling, who
became familiar with Washington
society, and lived there for somo time
when herdaughter tlrst began to go in
society, grew indifferent and oven
tired of it after a while, and preferred
to spend the most of her time, ovon
during the sessions of congress, hero
among tho friends sho prizes abovo all
Apropos to Mr. Sohurz's advont
with Horace White tot lie management
of tho Now York Ecmlny Poil with
tho avowed object of fighting Mr.
Conkling in his own state, tho follow
ing Is quite characteristic of tho dif
ference between tho two inou. The
I romomborod hero a fact which I
had learned, that in tho last campaign
Mr. Conkling always paid his hotel
bills and bin railway and carriage fares,
.ami would permit no committee to pay
any of these expenses or pay him uny
thing for speaking, ub was customary
with many oinor prominent men.
When I mentioned this a gentleman
present, by way of comparison, spoke
of Schurz's last visit to Ttlca In the
interest of republicanism. He came
for an afternoon speech, but it rained,
and alter a few words the mooting was
adjourned till evening. Scltur. refused
to speak in the evening unless ho was
paid again, and it was actually done in
order that the people might not bo dis
appointed. "Yes," said another gentleman, "and
Mr. Conkling paid the amount out of
his own pocket."
"I did not intend to mention that."
said the first speaiuir "but It is a fact.
Mr. Conkling insisted on giving his
own cheek for tho amount of 8 1 00 or
I ro and did so."
In a New York Tribune editorial
last week occuired tho following pas
sage: Tho powei will gradually pass alto
gether to the class of Republicans who
act with the I'lesidentmostclosely and
cordiallv. The man who wishes to
light the administration will have to
take himself into the Democratic camp,
and even there will be regarded as a
creal ure ruled by soured and disap
pointed ambition and not by principle.
If this were so, it would be only a
change of bosses, and we trust that the
(iieeley organ of 1872 does not speak
by authority. Hut that is not the
worst of it. The proposition that He
publicans cannot oppose any man in
the paity, however high in power,
without being crushed or forced to
'tbandou the organization is a very
dangerous declaration to set down as a
principle. The statement that they
cannot disagree with the 'resident, no
matter who that President may be,
without being driven from the party,
is so contemptibly little and childMi as
to excite only derision. Think of White
law Held driving somebody out of the
Ilopuhlican party. Inter Ocean.
A telegram says large numbers ol
grasshoppers have recently gone into
Dakota. Tho State Journal referring
to the matter says:
"A thrill will be sent through thr
State of Nebraska by tho jinnounce
ment of the teported appearance of
grasshoppers on the plains of northern
Dakota. There are as yet no particu
lars as to number, location or direction
whence they came, Wo do not appre
hend a visitation so far south as this,
for years to come, if ever again. Here
tofore the locust army has made a half
dozen small raids, extending a little
further south each year, until they
would dually reach as low a point as
Kansas. Admitting the worst, there
fore, years must elapse before wo shall
have another visit from them.
If Speaker Sharpe has been detached
from Colliding by a promise of the
Heiiin mission, as is rumored, that is
sharp practice of which his former
chief will be bound to take notice.
Speaker Sharpe stood by Mr. Conk
ling as long as there was a possible hope
for him. The action of the caucus cut
oil all chances of his succchs, relieving
his adherents of all proper obligations
t continue him as their candidate, as
well as wiping out the last reasons for
so doing. So the sharp missiles of the
iW hurled at Mr. Sharpe are blunted.
In UNION HOTEL, weit of Court House,
NISW STOCK of GOODS.
Wai.tham, "J Key and
Elgin, and V Stem-Wind
Springfield, J Movements.
AUo OOJiL A- SILVER CASICHi
The BOSS GOLD CASE,
The Wnltlium lunt Proof.
WehiiVfJUHt ro f rrTCI Hclrrlrrt
oi'lii-il u lilll of V.;I.AJLi0 fromtlH!
IIMftnf tint lii'Ht milker", anil wlilcli our fxtcn
mIvc rctmlrliiK ox)urtfiiri provi'H wont miltti
tile fur the wiuiUof our mmiy uunlmiiurn.
Y n'KpL-cM illy Mitmilt o llio ennntriern
Hon ofthOHf liiliiulltK puri'hnriliiK TIME
PIECES tlmt they poimult nntl tiuy Irmti
Meoliiuiloiil DonlorH Oiily. '"" '
liu'lc-of-iiU-triiilcH, wlui run not Know nny
ihlim of tho kooiJh thoy oiler, mitl nru nimble
to k pop In rcpiilr when Hold.
REMEMUER, Wo warrmU our clock
HKitliiHl iilluccMcritH for yc-nrn.
J !. V 10 1; R Y .
Ourotnck In full In every ilopnrlnienl, bnliif;
coiistnt tly repli-nlHlieil with the Intent ntyh'H.
KtWAiKisn risi: wtrcurs orn jhvixess.
I'lNO RA V I IS G .M.um.'rniiiK.'sll
vcru'nrc Doini'i. Ktnuw, Niiine IMiiIch, etc.
Give tin a call mill you will be sullnllert.
A class mate of the President said at
a Williamstown prayer meeting lately:
"Twonty-M.x yc.xri ago to-night, and at
this very hour, our class wero on the
top of (Jreylock to spend the night ol
tnu i ourlli of ,1 uly. As we were about
to lie down for sleep, (iarlield took out
his pocket testament and said: 'I am
in the habit of reading a chapter every
night at tins Hour witli my mother.
Shall I. read aloud V All assented, and
when he had lead he asked the oldest
member of the class to pray. And
there in the night on the mountain top,
we prayed with him for whom wo have
now assembled to pray."
- ' i i
The St. Louis lllobe Dtmwrat does
tho republican party proud when it
says, concluding a review of tho busi
A country at peace with all the
world, prosperous beyond parallel and
foremost of nations in wealthits taxes
untelt, its bonds at a premium, its cred
it sound and unassailable Is enough
for any partv to oiler as a justification
of its principles and its usefulness, and
a guarantee of its fidelity in the future.
North Platto Republican: Tho pa
per caps that boys explode on tov pis
tols are a source of lock jaw. Within
a few (jays after tho Fourth eight bovn
died of lock jaw in Baltimore, In everv
ease tho cause being a slight burn from
these paper explosives.
A number of railroad hands at "Wy
mote, Oage county, Nob., Wuro recently
made dangerously sick by eating canned
or pressed beef. We have heard of
several cases of poisoning from the
Hates Low, Camps Shady.
Connects with all Trains.
Ono thousand and oighty-soven cars
of stock passed over the A. & X. going
south during tho past six months end
ing Juno aotl).
it In tho rcNiili of 'JO 5 cjiiV experience anil
cxiH'rlmcntslu Hewluff Machines. It combine thu
foixl potnlt of all tn'ttnt ami J'armtr makti, nlul in
not a " oi:c twin " or " onoiiU u " machine, n otln rr
tv. It ihoIiIh thoilcffctH of otliiTn, nl iKif
fuMm new nml taluiMt feature ami coiiNtiiteuccn.
It li latQf, MtfhUrunntnq, tioittltit, tmnilmue, .
nifrnr, tturiitlt, uml itmplt Wiirriuit it aim
hi'iii Iiirciulrtrcfrftyrtirn. I'ircularNwltli
fiilMii-trii'fli iiM'Utfmiouri'oucet, HitmtrolyUiP
Ikm trinl wlUviweH. Don't full to hoc li
lfui you liny MANUl'ACTuncu v ri.oltKNf.
.MAi'iiiK-ii,i'inrenr", mdn. viiot.tai?l
OXO. 1'. 11ENT, fcl i
N riitriiro '
017 St. Charles Street, St. Louis, Mo.
A. rMrolM trrnilut of two Modioli (lollevf. him Un
longiif loc4td tbnn nny otborl'hjilrliin In St Lotibuii
cttpaixirishow.and nil old rMldonU know Uypml's.
OonorrhtBO. Olpet, Stricture, OrchltU. Rjjituro.ail
Urinary Bjrphllltlo or Mercurial A'ect onn of
Throat. Skin or Bones enrrd Hnlelr. I'rlritolj
BperniRtorrhen.Bexual DobUlty and ZmpotMicy
M the remit of Helt.Abaiie, txiuol excwie In mutnfer
jet.oroTr hmlnwotk, produclngnnrrouiinfM wimln
t emlMlon, debllltr. dlmni'st of lht,defectlTe mwn
otj, rtimlcnl Attcnj, kTernlon to ocltr eimfuilon of
IdoM, lonof seiuslpower.nlirhtlotftt.renileplnBinftr.
nto(Bc or br mull froo nnd Invited I' rasblol one
tAmp. Mbdlrlnce iwnt bf mull or fiprosi. lre
Rnnrnnteed. Whirn donbt ulttii It In fronilr tnld.
carriage: i pSggi
pfWia. I GUIDE.,1
The whole utorx. well told.ru It lutrufto !', oa ttia
fnltnHlm. .nlili...f Whn miltf m irf. Mhl HOI. WIIT.
MHnhoml.Wotnimhood.l'bt'lcnlde .r Wli Muiufd
uinrriholtfennd hitpplnr.imnrbfllac immI Mf-cl
of cflfncr nnd eirem, nnd mnny morn 'I M.o .mif Mid
or rontrmnliitlnu mnrrlaira ibnulil ruinl it I lion l'f l uu-
derlorknnd ker. 20 otfl. I7 mnlMn mfn tr pon
tnpe. Kaitllah Oormnn French rend unit f.pokrn.
Wenknem, Jxilt MnnUood, f."otinn"w,
flntifnilnn nf IiIbrh. Avprtloll til f-OCll'tr
"lecliTo Memorrnnd Dltordcn lirouiilitou n. mi-
AbuM. Anydtittfclathnitholncredlonta Ht Ixiuls
rurntlrelnnt'w.eHOHtChntli'ii.Ht. Liiiiln, Mo.
fit old otUro,
Buernintorrlioja. Boral 111 w tni;
neeii, Impotency.ull formof Byx,hlllE,Oonortffcoii,
7M nhn.nllf R. fl. I rmlft. Mn.
contlDiie-t tn euro Bperrnntorrhoja, ftoral 11I Wtnk'
Oleet, UrlnnryorlUndderdliouncs, lt'cmt enws
cured 1 in few diijre. All tho dlwp reijl'lns from
inlf.nlMiMi,oiefiieeoripoiiro curi-d for lllowittj Af
modlclne. Advlco froo. Clmrmu loiv. 1 nil ir wrlln
Inntrlctconndonco. Bymptom flool. f irtwnl irnp
y. a. sAmBb'!
.TTTUWBms. jTlti? "r
THU TUll'Ml'H TIU'SS CO, cum llupturo
In from R0 li) IH ili, mid will puy (I Kj for a
llupturo tiiuy cn not cure. Send u.'o for ltoolc
to 1H I . II liUUNIIAM tli-iVl hup't,
as I iloii-r, U Y., or O South istU fJtriet,
l'liilailelphln, ru.,iuul bo cured,
AR ORDER RBV aUB b"Ce
DAVID LANDEETH & B0NS, PH!rfri"Hi p,
li tr Irnoblfd wllti Locorrhr
lluor Altiu, or Whit.,, tboalj ,tJ for
bf riilci) ll'luj Jt ,crl Hon e( tin IUmJj, itj lUowlcr lu it.
rlictloB, Tbt rtnplilrt li itlgitlr In in, lid, In Jrfi.
I itr h.illb, tif lliun.ufl I, i rirncl lmii pb tint JImiu,
tw Vr. HARRIS RtUCOT CO.. ST. LOUIS. MO.
fi fltllTC WANTED '" 4 Imcit
gi ULrl I W clluc I Iclrrul heck. ii.J lltKi. i-nrn
IrA roiocfi a jr . lllCLl riitiiik'iCo., m. lii. k.
Zrr-ll I htmedf for the rAj tnd permanent
cure of Uemtnal EmlBsions nnd I m potency 1) ib oolf
l r of im in,
Dftia of InaoBf (iiwBM. to
laUrferflvlUi tbtoMloftrr ruriuiti f bf. Tfcl mo4of trMtmttit b$
trot vtj.tts .Uifwl ArolwtDM wlhprlieitrbtof
i cf tb rtrntn J U KUmlM wttn oo ria or Ina
or (noon t iifeo m tod dMi ni
looi tU U$ la ? try ivr iui, aod U figv ft pr n0unl turi Tbr
b ll onm ftboul thll prirtiofi. ItfteWU bTf ktloo tutltl ui to
ltltlr r4rnt tbti It w Jl if prfMi MUifMtion, 11 U eon-mJ-1
bj lb Mtilleti ftoftMhoo to U tb raoit mm! mui jt diT
ra Oi rtMlilB ftlicunnf wumr juD imubii, igfiummj m
itMl in. iiIm m fuh 13 h. 3 (IwdBf thr- nth
iaM, fl, bm Vf MMI MM I
rill k4 tMftnr ! tk wrM
Jais a.a.aH- Fall J hhImi ttm uia naiHimi mkk tata.
(64 r DMncU rMrkUif AiMarftll4MttiUM.blfb ftTlM
iimi u Bai r41 hf tMt4 w pfet mmiU) t
tod foe ! alatiM Lf. Mil M it -r a.lfli Burnt tll far at.
HARRIS REMEDY CO. MF'O CHEMISTS,
iuarMCK ana om aireci pa. uvuioi aui j
UitMollrltett tVHttmoHU to thr liljlrarii of '
J'rof. ll(t vHh'.Sc tit I mtl t 'nut tills, tit Urn
from ItVtlcfH 'ccclvetl from Fntroitnt )
lndiini, April llth, IS79. Th rtronlr li orkis fxrlecllf. i
Had epilepsy from w. ibnen. for etrhl yriri ait. ;
Chltifo, Am II, l79. I im thormifhty currd ind (eel tip
lop, The ) puny mm In Ihf counlry li r.lling betltr.
Mlnourl.htpl, IB, 16791 rtceltcJ 10 much bftiffit fromlha
me of your rcmrdif tint I want to try them in another cue.
Thu II of iotlg Handing, anil will need iftnif Ihmg Tely llrubg.
Mich., Jan, 35, 1879. I hare uicd up your pack if r of medi
cine; mil me another at ionn ai pomble. That package
topped all parent trouble, tint there na weaknen yet, aud
1 wuh jou would prepare thu lot for Ihe cure of that.
Iowa, Oct, 10th. IB79. I am almoit lurprlaed at your Tua.
tiltei. Thry hare woilfed like charm on I.e. I am jut
(trice ai much of a man at I waa before taking;. I uai on Hi
verge of the grave, I thought, an I there wai no curt for tun,
!at now I am In gnol hnpi, nf a cure.
Weit ilrginla, Aug 29, 1870. I received your medicine, and
I believe il hai cured me, for which I am ery thinkfut. In
cloied pleaie find ti, for which pleaie lend me another boi
(N. 2) for a friend. Vou have done a great thing for rue. I
will lend you all Ihr nrderi I ran.
J'Vom a J'iiwfrfrtii ami burgeon,
Mlaiourl, June 26th, 1H79. i'leate forward me at once another
tog of the ratlillei. The patient on whom I have uied ruott of
rne boi, In addition tn a aample hoi, li faat recovering, aud I
think another will art him all Tight.
Votii a Itt'uvnlHt.
Maryland, Sept. i, IK79. I. all January we got from you a
toi of your remedi, for one of our cuifomeri, and it hai made
trerfect cure of him. We have another cuitoiuer now auflrr.
l In the ume way, and wiiti by return mail one No. 3 tot.
Tir ttinlorllll nftlio illmifttir Jitintitn
body arUr from " ttcrangewrnt of the
Liver, rfi( Ixilh Urn tomuch and
Iwirrlt. In order to effict a cure, U in
urceimiiry to remove Hie cause. Irreuu
lor and StuaaUh action of the llntvelf,
JI,itditcltc,Slckncniiat the Stomach, 1'aln
in the Jtackand Lohin,etc., Indicate that
the Uvcr It at fault, and that nature re
,ulret u$ltanev to enable thl oriynn to
tltrinr off Impurttle.
I'rlcUly AHli llUlcrnavccttprclally
compounded for thl puriioc. Then are
tnllil In their action and effertlre an a
caret are plcanant to the taide and taUcn
rullu by both children andadultn. Tn-
according to direction, they are a
mife and plramutcxtre for ViyHVtiVHUx,
Cicttural cUIllly,ISntoltiuil Con
Htlimtlon, nlHcnsccl itlclncyB,
etc., elc. I" Itlootl l'ttrUlcr f i-7
! mpcrlor to any other medicine
cleansing the nyntem thoroughly, and
Imparling nete life aud energy tothcln
viitid. Jl in a mcUlciite ui not uu
ASK YOUH DRUOGIST fCR PRICKIY ASH BITTERS,
r.ud tako no other. PHICE. $1 OO per Bottle.
MEYER BROS & CO., - SOLE PROPRIETORS,
Bt t,oul nrt tf..
BUY THE DAVIS
A lime, netr tad complete Ouide to Wed
lock, eoutftlnlnj, with miur otheri, the fol
lowing htpire ACompcteDt UouunhooJ,
Selfttion of Wife. Ttajnerinif nli.romDitibl
taj tiicuuiiuuljle, Slrrilllr to Womtn, ctuie tod treaticDt
Ad? Icn to II rid eg room, Advice to Huibindi, Advice to Wivri,
rroititution. iti cauiet Lchbicy and MaUimony couprd,
Conjuitl Ihititi, CnflotDot, Lot ftitd CouruLIp, loipdiiuot4 to Uu.
?if , bcttncej of KprvducUoa. BlOfW life toBsllcrrd, law of Mtrritf ,Dd
Pitotm, Lf hi ribu of mtrrUd wobmb. u.. teeludiDf UlttMM ptulu
U Wtfott n, iblr omu ftod trMtmtai A bok for prlvu ad cnilirit
rtftdlnf.of 8l1pH(,i lb ful l'Utt Ci.TitIdci. bj ntll, .!(!, Wpfct.
On eyphiilfl. Oonorrjicea, Gleet, Btricture, Varico
cele, fit o.. alio on flpcrmatorrhoea, 8oxual Debility,
and Impotenor. from bHfAbuie and Liceuri, caunne;
bm1ol EralMlom, NarvouiDMi, Arrrilcn toSdttj, I'bjilct. IWetr, Mm
ben of blbi, iHftotlit Udjitt, Lmi tt IVaui. I'ovir, ie,, mkln( tnr.r
ri(t Improptror uabippr, (Winf tr4tmfDt,ktd4rtiT)tirfi1utUtr
Ipft for tbieutfl f ill pmtudlicaiti, 234 p-fi,-r&OpUui, tSOtetU,
'UoiiealAdTleo,' Lectnro on Minhc:4& wccinhccd, 10:.
we aenu an mree oi int a.
bound in one oiuine. cutitaimne: biib parea, and over 100
llluitrationi. The combined vnlumt U pmltivrlr thr moit
popular iMetlioal Ilnnk publlihed, The author ta an expert
enced phTitciia of many vcari practice, (ai li well known).
end the tdf l rlriB, and rulH ftr trttmit Uid doa, will bt fumt f
Irftvt vilue 10 Uioi fuffirlne from Impurttlf of tb ijilim, rtvtlv rrrnrt,
Ml tleor, or mr of Ibf troublta ootnlac uadf lb bii4 cf 'TIUVAT1
r CURONIC' dlM( pMt&c itMope ukaa Ib ;mtntfor book.
pwfyuTTypifpEn?ftpY u ;-:, ,;:
chrouic diieatea aud oumplicated caiei, and ilnrutt rriullin(
from Impure aexual aianciatioua, ielfabuie or riul exceiin,
ratTanta treated bj mall and exprait. Where pomllc, per
on at cnniultatlon tapteferred, which U free an 1 Hinted ()uri
ttona to be answered bj paticnti deiinu treatment mule I free
to any addren on apiliettinn. Tor bnki or treilmrt addrei
OK. IIUTTH, 12 North H(h 8(H Ht. l.uuU, Mo.
ne olume, cutitaimnK KH
U'liiiklnml lltt .Mi'i'li'inv oiii
ImliLnMloii of Hnnn. Btiohii, Mnn-
laiul Unntiollon.u tth ai. tn-j Iwnt mi J
lur&tUii )u (hi tin of nil o'licr nittvrn,
cicntt'at Blood Purifier, i.lvnr
tor, n,ll Ili(uil Iliultli itubturuie
I cut til.
inoetlblrlonc evl't where Hop
htxl,ioarieduud imifict Jjotlit-ir
No illca.o o
Tiey ci tow U - l7lg:r t: tio coi si Isira.
ToallttliuM) oQ"iplo incuts can so Ineculnrl
tyoftliclioHilHoi'u'l"al''orfalls' or "llu rc
qiilraon AMHtiwrX. inma """' """"",
No mutter wlmtj-ourfoLi'linKH or 8)niitnm
Browlinttlioillsuoii,iirnllicnt U upu Hop mt.
ters. Don't wait until yoiiRrn slcta tot If jou
only feel Imil or lnmciable,!"'0' ,eni t once.
Uinuy aavo.vourllft. it liasK9 tvtxl linuclnjs.
$50OIIHopnlil foroc.in they wi no
curoorlielp, Uo nut nulur
utfer.lmt usoaiulurci) them
Kemembcr, Hop lllttci-s U i
drunken mulrum, but tlie I'u
Uccllrlno cut made tlio "I.SMI.ins
and IIOl'K" ami no person or family
Blioulil lie Million t tuem
D.I. C.I' an nb.oliiUi nml IrreiUtlbla curu
forUnmweuneNa.useoropinin, looacco i
narcotlca. All nolil lv iliuvr lies her
lor Circular. Hap lllttera ir, Co.,
Itoeliciitr N Y and Toronio nnr
Over all other Machines and
For HH'.iiiiLiiu Citciiti.k .ti.u
C1:ttnIL;u( noikI to
DAYIS S. M. CO.
a HAuo BEST wl CEi PEST
ti liiiirlfjbiip in the vnrlu. It lK.thDl!ORt
I your 1
liccaiuo It dotio not gum, Uit forma n
highly polished uurfnoo over tho nx'.o, ro-
uuuinu iriutiun ana Hbnieninii tnu ur.iu
ii is iiiu anouposi oecuiibu u
costs no mora
ono box will d6
ny otner axib urease
Cat rlairi'R. lliimrloa, etc., ct&, uh lor ajront",
thnn Inferior brands, nnd ono box will d
;nu vyoik oi two oi nny
Mill tlearlnir.TUretihlnaf Macbiiio.Oirn.Pianti'rs,
tho work of two of n
CUABANTFFDtn nnntnln nnPalrnlcum.
Vov nalo by nirtirwt-cluss URaloif. fir- Our 1'oektt
CuclojttiHa of Thing Worth Knotting lunlloil lroo.
MICA MANUFACTURING CO.
31 Michigan Avonuo, Chicago, llllnolo.
fiif rfW. rfh. A. &jtkj&ufajfa&&Lj.t1
30!ll.. CROOK'S ft
CL'KKS THOUSANDS YEAKI.Y.
A POSITIVE CURE t
AMD COKCaiiniOlT. r
Is the Best of Tonics; J
Cures Dyspepsia; l
, Restores theAppetlte;
iStMcitfni tho System; j
'L'siorc8 tne weak l
A ttial cf it wilt nrove all 3
' weclnnn Ak ourdrii(rijii ;
tnr !'.; iHtuk'a 'lnt
of Tnr takp no othi-r. "
Km l bj ail luugfiaL. i,
S N. SMITH! CO., Prop'ff;
haerr..on la Oilier Croa A U, M
W.VYTO.N, OHIO. C
Ml, ifricribfi i..ih M-ir ntiflo o,M,
( ctre I ml Harm' lllu.lrMeJ
iir.pt.lei if LI fr,e ea aprllcjtiou.
IIMIKI KUMUUY Co.,
Haxf (! Ihrml.l., hrn i Mardet la
BU LouU. Mo.
ErfKl:keilB.7 it 12 If. 8th Ctrest, ST. L0UI5, 110.
THE rtiyiu ana in charce ol Ihn olJ anj ell krmnn n itl.
lulioiiarereiulamradtuleui B.eJicine i.J mrrr lenrt
of Laperienieio tbe treatmciii ol thronle IMr.r. have inaJo
tbeir .kill ao4 abllilr u ibucb iu trior Ic thai of Hit rl i .rr
practilwner, thai I lit) bate acquired a Lat.w.il tij ulallou
tbroof h their lieatineut ol eouil licatrJ (kit ,,
li.iliilir. a, Mj hlll., (.uuurrUea, lileet. blilflure, (Irrl. !!. all
Iriuary Trouble, aud hiuhllltle or Ilrrearlal ailrctinoi ' ( the
tkrual, ihla or booe, trealeil with luerei., on leieniil.c prio
elplei, vitbout o, lot Mercury or other Pui.ui.oui Me.licn t
YOUNC MEN 'ndlbneul mio.ll. ate uho are 1 ,f.
tnaumtKmimtmtmAA ferli s Iron, tl e etlectt a( rlperaialor.
rhea or benlnal llrakarM, the mull af nil abuie In loult
or eicen In mitarcd leiri, are itrnianei.tlj (ureJ TM'i (111.
cue proJucn aonit oi tbc followicr. etftcii en uioi.i, blotrl.ea,
cu linen, ncrvouineta, dlnirri, of ,i(hl eourl, M ttUoa,
tcriitipalion. ilnponJrr.tr, eonfualnn of bleu, aieriiou In 10.
cielf, defrcllie ineniorjr, iriual eihauilUn, In polencr or Ion
of n anly uror, which tin all fht ilrtimf rbuilDeiorniarriars.
EftnEflTfinTPifTa B.W.? Vizv.
rtnonal romuliahnii ia preltrretl, which i, FREE Bll i ntlt.
a, l.iil of quetkioi to be laiw.rrd be ratiemi ila.iriir ir.n.
u.ent aiaileil irte to any aidrtti on ippiicallon.
g OIL UV1
UU 1 .HI
aaetklaylalbalradiaiilare, II I. not a trun I
caiinii. airlctlr eooJ.tlal,7ru ai.ni, i , " ,jjr,,,
11UTT. Aorth Blh Bt.. St. LouU, Mo
nAff"" for Norvoua
XTiZZt-.. "oss. Jmpotonen.ote.
UU, X. WILLIAHU, 4W E. Sat: tL, Bn&tt, Fa.
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