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TMJW JtiHiU ULAJUIJ IT-JLlliK, V 1YI1AML L, 1? Ilil 2S1. lOMO.
DR. A. OWEN'S
ACUTE, CHRONIC if PJERVOU
V-99 TIMES OUT OF 100
. 'j J; Stearns, nr West Stockholm, Pt Lawrcnro Co., N. Y.. under (Into of July 31, 1995,
? ,. ,0 8.f!,"im'!," 0Jl'f6? Kriitltinlo to l)r, A. Owen for tliu tienetlt I liavu had from
ulnh U Hlcvtrlo Aiillatievii. Iloforo wlnit ttio iiifill:itipi I wan 11.1 weak I could urarcelr
-ftnilnlotio; had lu'eii confined to in) tu-dnlnculiiM Oolnlicr. Artcrtliuttdrd day's usoor tlio
Allwico I could walk several r.tetn; onu week later I wnlk-d nrnund tlio Iioiikc, and In legs
.Hnotio mouth I was able to rliluoiit. and taw I can wall: a tntlo nrtnoro without fecllnir
tired. May dod bless and spare you to your many Irieivla lorjeaw toeomu."
Mr. A xel 1 .1. r.lthiude, of W.iUburir, Kan . mulci- date of July iMtli, 185. says: " Having
cacti the Dr.Otveii l.k-ctrio Appliance for .'ero-iiiii"s for the past fev month, must
aytlioy arc ahead ot iiuyirc.iummt. I am cured of tlio worst loriuot Nonuus JMsoase."
Mr. A. Klljok, or MitWleileM. Iowa, writlnir tis on .linn 27, 150 ray: "Tlila Is to certify
that ( imvodurlw-d more lticllt from iislm,- tlio Oi.ea Bleetrlo Appll nice for osoiero caoo
r kidney 1'iaiiphtiiiint.d nervous prostration tinta lromliun.l reds or dollars snout for doctor's
tills and mcdl -Ine."
Our Zitirgn U!ut:-iUol Catalogue contains many endorsements lileo above, tielles
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(or It at once.
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isH national oiganization advocating
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THK JAPANbttC O .jrjSH.
Andtrnt MtUlM TU tbtrfeftf
Fur beneath tho land of Nippon lies a
huge catfish, Imprisoned by the weight
of tho Islands resting upon him. Ho
dlcn hard, perhaps ho will nover die. In
his despcrato wrlgglesheshakcs tho lsl-1
and from baso to summit Earthquakes
result This catfish may bo taken tr
symbollzo tho body of Buporstltlot
burled under the New Jnpan nnd still
disturbing tho growing light nnd order.
Japaneso superstition Is purely Orlen-1
tal and barbaric nnd seems highly In
consistent with tho progress ot the land.
Tnko tho Matsnrl festlvnl a bullock
cart with a platform twenty feet high
preceded by a girl with a grotcsquo
mnak nnd native band. Around this 20
barelegged men with chalked faces and
umbrella lints dnnco nnd bang Iron jars
strung with Jangling rings. Their
coats gleam with scarlet, their chant
Is barbaric. Tho wholo spcctaclo 1b as
distinctly grotcsquo aa tho war danco
at tho Wild West show. Thnt tho pll
grlmB buy charms of their priests to
Insure all manner of objects from sound
teeth to pnlnlcss childbirth Is certainly
not moro curious than many things
dono In our cities. But how account
for tho fact that at tho Tokyo exposi
tion of 1S92 a first prtzo was awarded
to a big burly wooden god, tho Jltutnu
Tcuno. If tho emperor Is really a
descendant of tho original Jlminu-Tcn-no,
this dny entitled him to reverenco.
A Worried runner.
A farmer who has beon studying
agricultural Journals writes tho editor
of an Ohio paper thnt ho Is stumped.
Ho says ho reads In ono Journal that
a slilo window In his stable in a Ices a
horso's oyo weak on that sldo. An
other paper tells him thnt n front win
dow hurti" his eyes by the glare; thos
on diagonal lines mnko him shy when
ho travels ono bohlnd makes him
squlnt-oycil, nnd a stablo without win
dows tnakcM him blind. Tho f armor
wantB to know whether thcro Is nn
placo outsldo tho heads of thoso edi
tors where ho can hang his windows.
Sncco.n of Weather KnreraatK.
Tho report of tho Mcteorologlcnl
Council for 1893-91, Just Issued, claims
for tlio roroenst department an avcr
ago success t.f fully 82 per cent on tho
predictions which nro sent out each
day at 8:30 p. m. "Total failure" oc
curred In only fi per cent of the fore
casts and "pnrtlal failure" In 11 per
cent. "Complcto biiccpss" attended
nearly CO per cent of tho prophecies,
nnd In 25 per cent moro there was a
"partial success," amounting to cor
rectness In more than one-half of tho
areas covered by the forecast.
Tried t IJrlbo Itomipartp,
Attempted bribery and counter-bribery,
at any rntc, thero were; for tlw
conqueror himself was offered by 'ho
emperor a principality in tho eiuplro
with not less than 230,000 subjects, and
an Independent Income, says a French
historian with regard to Napoleon. Had
Francis known the prospects of his op
ponent ho would havo reviled himself
as an artless simpleton.
WrlnV.tt.4 In flotilla?.
When clothing becomes wrinkled,
olther from packing or traveling in
crowded cni.-i, tho wrinkles may bo
taken out by hanging the garments over
night in n heated room. Tlio kitchen
or laundry will do, providing nil dis
agreeable odors of cooking have cs
enped. Hang the garments on a lino or
clothes-horse, utretched to their utmost
A (iiootl C'uriti for Sale.
Four miles north-went of It'd Cl( ud,
containing 1G0 acres 'Jcrmsr-iiHounble.
Apply to Mrs. Jn-r. Kiikwood, Faiifax,
Atohison county, Mn. Ififm
Easy to Take
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"I Imvo proved tin vnliio of 05
Ayer'n pills In relipinj.' th.spp)- 05
sin mid hcudaclit', with wlik'Ii
cniiiiilaints F witsfnlniiirtroiililcil S
that neither tlio tint-tor nor my- ol
self supposed I should eer he o;
well iiL'ain. TluoiiL'Ii the use of 2i
the above medicine I am better
than I have been for inrs."
A. (iASKii.i,, Versailles, III.
"I Imvo used Aycr's Pills for
15 years as a cat hurtle in Hut
complaint, and alwavs with e.
tremely lienetlelul ellret, never
Im itiir had need of oilier medi
cine. I hIho ive Ayer's 1'ills to
lnv i-liililri-n. wlimi 'Hun wninlwi O
an aperient, and the result is al
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A. Ka'Iox, Centre Coitwaj..H.
"Ilaviii" been severely allllcted
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effected a complete cuie, nnd 1
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A PHILOSOPHER'S ATT10.
ftnalnt Comhlnntlon of flrrrnrry and tltw
nrry Above the City,
Ono of tho tiuoercst plnces In Now
York cm bo found in what looks, from
tlio street, to bo u funny little gnblti
roofed liouso perched jnnntlly on ono
jorncr of tho roof of tho WIndormcro,
on Fifty-seventh street. It Is n conserva
tory nnd obscrvntory in one, a minlaturo
roof Rnrden, tho tint of an attic philos
opher, Ileury H. (loodalo, whoso somo
what celebrated daughters, Elaino and
Dora, evidently got from him their
Tho nttlo is reached by a steep nau
tical flight of steps leading tip through
n small squaro hntehway straight Into a
wonderful gi cowry of bltKini, a sntig
gory of comfort, likowiso n hennery,
consisting of ono flno brown Leghorn
fowl nnd a singlo HnlTy, yellow chick,
nnd a dovecot, where thoxo aro softly
whirring wings. It is a charming bit of
Arcadia, high nbovo tho cca-soloss roar
and heartbeat of a groat city, which
nudor its potent spell seems unreal and
evanescent, like tlio nudulatlug, elliptic
al rings of smoke that flout past tho
"nttio" windows. Tho attic is all win
dows, except tho floor, roof and tlioFim
plo matched board dado. Tho lit tie room
is n symphony in green ; tho floor Is car
peted with dull green donlm; tho gabled
roof is covered with burlaps of tho fiiiuii
huo; n green wicker couch is cushioned
in green yachting cloth; it broad green
and whlto striped awning shades the
Bauny sides of tho lit t lo houso; all tho
carolcssly strown cushions, though of
vnrying designs nnd materials, aro of
tho unnio general huo, and green figured
denim draperies on slender brass rod
hang ready tooxcludo tho wholo ontsldo
world if it is desired.
But it is tho window gardous that
givo tho greatest charm to tho plain;.
Long, deep boxes of country earth nnd
loam givo sustenance to thick, tangled
clomps of spicy pinks, old fashioned
roso boshes and honoysucklo vines,
clambering over wire network trollises,
which metaphorically kill two bird
with ono stono by literally preserving
tho birds that is, tho hen and her
chick from disaster and upholding tbo
lacy green drapery of tho vinos.
Of courso tho hen is not allowed tlio
liberty of this garden in the nlr, though
sho keeps a vigilant nnd determined oyo
oat for opportunities to maraud ontsido
hor own domain, which is quite spaoioui
enough to keep her halo and hearty,
apparently contented with her lot and
graciously disposed in tlio mutter of
eggs. D.tuio Attica Hemiicn which is
tlio hen's classical name evidently be
longs to 11 flno old Latin moo of fowK
nnd her neighbors, tho doves, 1110 on tho
mostumieablo terms. Now York Press.
WANTED FRCSH AIR.
Tbo Kins of Atiniu ISrol.n 11 Cnatoai Bint
Created it I'nnlr.
Not bong ago ' oro W1S terrible or.
citoment at tho royal court of Annm.
Tho king, Thiinah-Tai, who was then J l
years old, was missing. Ltiquette in
quires that tho Auamcso king shall
nover leave tho royal giounds. Ho is a
knightly prit oner. Rut tho young po
tentate was not hard to And. Though ho
was it king, ho was a boy, and it is nat
ural for a boy, when ho lias soma mon
ey in bis pocket, to want to get out and
That was exactly what tho king of
Anam had dono. Kntiroly alono he
had started on a "shopping" expedition
through tho stioets of Hue. Of courso
110 ono know him because ho had nover
shown his fnco in public. IIo was sim
ply a boy, liko any other boy, and this
wits exactly what ho wanted.
But ho was treated with great respect
by tho shopkeepers, bocauso ho seemed
to havo plenty of moiiej'. Curiously
enough, tho thing which seemed to at
tract him most was n head shearing ma-
chine, or hair clipper, and when tho
frightened nobles of tho court dihcovercd
him at Inst it was with this singular
implement in his possession.
Ho had already begun an attempt to
experiment with it on tho heads of sov
oral small street boys, who wero prov
ing robullious subjects, when tho cour
tiers approached him, prostrating them
solves upon tlio ground and making
Tho king no longer goes ont shopping,
but ho retains bis hair clipper as a sou
vonir of a happy day of freedom with
tho Btroot boys. Pittsburg Dispatch.
Old Shoes For Now.
Inmates of tho Houso of Correction,
when they are discharged from that in
stitution, aro usually furnished with a
brand now pair of shoes in which to
start anow tho journey of lifo. Tho
traders stund outsido tho gntos nud wait
for theso discharged prisoners. Tho lat
ter aro not slow to part with their now
shoes inoxchungo for tho old ones offer
ed by tho trillions, not only becnuso tho
old shoes nro moro comfortable bnt bo
oauso thoro is a mouoy considoratioi
too. Tho Honso of Correction shoes ut
strongly nutdo and command a fair prii
among workingmon. Tho traders pay n
bounty of about 2Ti couts, together with
tho old pair of shoes in oxchango for
each now pair, aud they mnko mouoy by
tho deal. Philadelphia Record.
Tho ltatter l'nrt of Valor.
"Isn't that Colonol Jones with
ihotcun?" asked tho editor.
j "It is," replied tho foreman.
"I think you ato right," said tho edi
tor. "Snpposo you crawl in tho stovo
thcro, and I'll just step up stairs and
eeo if tlio roof ilooMi't need repairingl"
Pooplo who roftiso to pay their taxes
in Burma aro promptly dealt with by
tho rovenuo oflluinls. In tho Pegu dis
trict tho local tax collector anests tho
defaulting householder nud family nnd
carries them off to iluranco vilo in his
huuso until tho tnxes are forthcoming.
Tho rain falls upon tho ju.st aud tho
unjust alike. Tho unjust, however, nro
quicker to stoal umbrellas, and general
ly faro bast in u shower. Picayune.
approve of Scott's Emulsion. For whom ?
For men and women who are weak, when they
should be strong ; for babies and children who are thin
when they should be fat ; for all who do not get from
their foocl the nourishment they should. Poor blood is
starved blood. You cat and arc nourished. Consump
tion and scrofula never come when the blood getits
proper food. And nothing is better for starved blood
than cod-livkr oil.
is cod-liver oil with the
who feel weak, have lost
AV one rise bre.ikt ufi ccJ-liver oil
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iw substitute will do.
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AJMD TJuLL FRIENDS.
Many Indies have used our machines
twenty to thirty years in their family work,
nnd arc still using the original machines
we furnished them a generation ago.
Many of our machines have run more
than twenty j cars without repairs, other
than needles. With proper care they
never wear out, and seldom need repair.
We have built sowing- machines for
more than forty years and have constantly
unproved them. We build our machines
on honor, nnd they are recognized evcry
where asthu most nrcur.itely fitted and
finely finished sewing machines in the
world. Our latest, the " No. 9," Is the
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111 Ciniltl I'ny.il u.ic. v.li:il nil crnirittl far
and our niachiti" v.-s a v.irtkd It. '
S.'tld M'roiir illt:str.V..-tln!i1--i-f WTn
w .t.t dealers in nil iinccrtipt- il t rritory,
mm wiiro?! '.&. go.
cos -. '. z',' v; ir:; s:i vc '..:sr,clQ,
The GaiipraQm outiasis tnem All.
The Yosi, work is pcriccilon.
me Densirc, mc uqiii Runnma Dcnsmore.
1019 ParnHm St, Omaha, Nob.
A.C. Hoiiner, Ant.. Keil Cluud, Nub.
Nollcv to TcHcliera.
Notice is hereby given that I will
ozamino all persons who may dcBirt
to offer themselves aa candidates for
tcaoliors oftlie public scIiooIb of this
couuty, at nod Uloud on tho third
Saturday of each month.
Speoial examinations will bo hold
on tho Friday proceeding the 3d Sat
urday of each month.
Hie standim: desired for 2d and
3d grado certificates is tho same no
grado below 7(1 per cent., average 80
per cent; for Grst grade certificate
no grado below HO per cent., average
90 nor cont. in all branches required
D. M. (In nt nit. County Supt.
rASE & MoNITT,
ATTOHNKYS AT LAW,
Moon IIwck, - UED CLOUD, NEB.
Colloetionn promptly attended to, and
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