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About The McCook tribune. (McCook, Neb.) 1886-1936 | View Entire Issue (July 8, 1886)
Each luminous , tinted cloud
, Thnt giowed In the fields of air
. , ' .Now dies in Its own woven shroud ,
- And fades to Its burial there.
The sea Is revealed afar ,
A glimmer of snowy mist ;
And Jhc moon like a scimitar
t . Suspended In pale amethyst.
; / The earth Is at peace with the sky ,
And heaven with the sllverv sea ;
They dream of each other as "I ,
Beloved , am dreaming of thee.
Thy imajre , It haunts me this spacel
Forever , as twilight dies ,
I see the pure gleam of thy face , .
* ' And thy starry , Immortal eyes.
Stand still in the golden air
Of that vanished eve's repose 1
Alight on thy shadowy hair ,
On thy bosom a crimson rose.
Wilbur Dubois , in The Current
THE SQUIRE'S WIFE.
Squire Clover listened in silence , but
with a quiet smile upon his lips , to his
old cronies' yarns of their various haps
and mishaps in their younger days in
trying to get possession of the girl of
But after they had all spoken ho
knocked the ashes out of his pipe and ,
proceeding to refill it , said :
"Ay , neighbor , ye've told some pretty
queer stories , but I'll warrant I can tell
one that can match 'em. I rather guess
'twould astonish those acquainted with
my quiet , modest-looking wife yonder
to know how it was that I thought of
taking her for better or for worse. "
"Now , David , " expostulated Mrs.
Clover , both reddening and smiling as
she met her husband's quizzical look.
"Why will you tell that silly story ? If
you hadn't cared to take me , you could
have let me alone. "
"Ah , sure it is easy talkin' , " said the
squire , shaking his head with demure
gravity. "But when a girl an' espe
cially such a pretty one flies directly
into a fellow's arms , what else can he
do ? That's what I'd like to know ! "
Laughingly declaring "thatshe'd stay
to listen to no such nonsense , " Mrs.
Clover gathered up her work and ran
away ; and her husband , after shaking
his jolly sides with silent laughter ,
until some of those present were fear
ful that apoplexy would be the result ,
gradually recovered himself and pro
ceeded tosatisfy the curiosity he had
aroused thus :
"I wjis a poor boy , as perhaps you
know , "with nothin' but a pair of stout
arms and broad shoulders to push my
way in the world with ; but I had a
brave heart , an' wasn't afraid to work ,
an' on the whole , ain't noways dissatis
fied with what my hands have brought
me."The summer I was twenty-one I
went to work for Sue's father.
"Mr. Bean was a well-to-do farmer ,
and Sue his only child. He wasn't any
ways , stuck up about his property , but
he set a great store by Sue an' , as .he
knew that some day she'd have as good
a farm as there was in the county , nat'-
rally expected that the man who got
her would be able to give as much as
"So I had no more idea of ever bein'
Sue's husband than I had of flyin' ; an'
yit the very first time I set eyes on her
I knew , as well as I know now , that no
other woman would ever be to me what
"I remember the day just as well as
if 'twas yesterday. I had seen Mr.
Brean down , to the village the night
afore , an' 'twas agreed that I come the
"When I came to the house an' a
nice lookin' house it was , with a broad
piazza each side on't I was dubious as
to whether I had better go in "the side
or back door. I finally concluded to
take the latter.
"As I passed by the kitchen window
I heard a voice singin' , as sweet an'
clear as a robin's , an' on lookin' in I
saw Sue standin' by a table , kneadin1
bread , and I never see a prettier pictur
afore , or sence.
"Ah , lads , ye may talk about girls at
the pianny , but they ain't half so much
to my mind as the one I saw at the
moldiu'-board ; the flour she was siftin'
not any whiter than her' round , uncov
ered arms , and with as bright a bloom
on cheek and lips as the roses that
were clambering over the porch.
"Wai , arter starin' at her pretty face
as long as I dared to quite unbeknown
to her I knocked at the door.
"Come in ! " sang out a voice that set
my heart to beatin like a sledge ham
mer."Liftin' the latch I walked in.
" 'Is Mr. Beau to home ? ' I stam
mered , coloring as red as a beat , as
Sue turned her black eyes on me.
" * Yes ; father's somewhere about ,
He'll be in in a minute. 'Won't you
take a seat ? '
"In goin' across the room , I stum
bled over a pail , which so flustered me
that satldown in a chair where a large
gray cat lay curled up asleep , and who ,
spittin' an' clawin at me , sprang out of
"I could see by the dimples that came
round Sue's pretty mouth that she had
hard work to do to keep from laughin'
outright. But she didn't 'pear to take
' and old Mr.
any notice on't , pretty soon
Bean came in , an' then 1 began to feel
"They were real nice sort of folks ,
who treated their help like their own
family , an' I soon began to feel at
"All but with Sue ; I couldn't seem , to
say two or three words to her without
blunclerin' , an' was always doin' some
awkward thing or other whenever I
went nigh her.
"I don't think I'd have felt quite so
shy if I had known her opinion of me ,
for I wasn't a bad lookin' chap in my
t young days broad shouldered an'
straight as an arrer with big hazel
eyes'an' brown hair , as full of crinkles
us curled maple.
I hadn't been to Mr. Beans long
before I found out that Sue hada
beau. His name was Silas Peterkin ,
son of the store-keeper down in the
He was a white-faced , slim-waisted
Feller with little hands an' feet that I'd
been ashamed to own , but which he
to feel mighty proud of.
"He tised to come to sec Sue about
twice a week , dressed in his store
clothes , and lotokin' as if h'd just
stepped out of a band-box.
'Sue never seemed to act as though
she had any parfcic'lar likin' for Silas ;
but 'was easy seen that the folks set
great store "by .him , an1 was mighty
pleasant at the idea of-his steppiir up
to their darter. * *
"As for me , I never see him sittin' by
Sue , an1 smirkin' up into her face , but
what I felt as if I wanted to flng him ,
head first , out of the winder.
"So matters went on until Septem
ber , when Mr. Beau gave a huskin'
"We young fellers set to work with
a will , an' afore sunset the corn was
all husked an' piled away , and the
barn floor swept clean for the dance
an' supper we was to have in the
"Pretty soon the women folks began
to flock in , all dressed in their best ,
an' lookin' as fresli an' bloomin' as a
flower garden after a shower.
"But Sue was the prettiest of the hull
lot , dressed in her white frockwith the
pink ribbon tied around her waist.
"Silas Peterkin , he was there , of
course , an' as soon as I see him I went
to the house.
"As I was standin' on the back steps ,
out of sorts with myself an' everybody
else , I heard a voice say :
" 'David ! "
"An' turnin' round , I saw Sue ,
lookin' as smilin' as a basket of chips.
" 'Aint you comin' down to the
barn ? ' says she.
" 'I rather ' '
guess I ain't wanted ,
" 'Oh , yes , you are , ' says she ; 'I
want you. '
"She looked and spoke so sweet that
I was 0'enainost , a mind to go. But
jest then I heard Silas calling her ; and
mutterin' somethin' about havin' some
tools to grind , I walked off.
"I was most sorry for't , though ,
when I caught a sight of her face as
she walked away with Silas , an' saw
how sober it was.
"Sittin' down on the back steps , I
went to work ; the raspin' of my file
soundin' a deal pleasantef to my ears
than the h'ddlin' that floated up from
the barn down in the medder.
"It had been uncommonly hot for a
number of days past , but this had been
the hottest one of all. Not a leaf
moved , and there was somethin' ua-
nat'ral in the stillness of everythin'
around. There was a strange look to
the sky , too ; it was streaked overhead
with purple an' vi'let , with a sort of
yellow glare in the west.
"OldT3ose , the dog , who had been
wanderin' restlessly about for the last
hour , now set up a mournful howl.
"When I went to fodder the cattle I
found the poor critters huddled togeth
er in one corner of the yard , utterin'
low bellows of terror and dismay , their
instincts warning them , as all these
signs did me , of the tornado that was
"Goin' back to tho house I shut every
door and winder.
"Then , thinkin' of tho folks in the
barn. that was the most in danger of
anything I ran down the garden to
ward the meadow where it stood.
"But I had hardly gone two rods be
fore it came liftin' uiu off my leet and
hurlin' me against an opposite fence !
I picked myself up and hurried on.
As 1 come insight of the barn or ,
rother , where it once stood the air was
filled with dust an' flyin' shingles an'
"As soon as it cleared away a bit , I
saw Sue standin' in a most perilous
position right in the midst of it !
"I shouted t > her to come away ; and
jest then the wind took her up as'if she
was but a feather , beariu' her directly
toward me. I opened my arms an' she
came right into them.
"As she did so , one of the flyin' sticks
hit one of my arms , makiu' it useless ;
but holdin' her tight with the other , I
took her to some low bushes in a little
hollow between two hills.
"The tornado was as short as it was
violent , and though a good deal of
damage vas * done , luckily , no one was
"Sue escaped without a scratch. My
arm was broken ; but considerin' who
nursed me , 3-011 needn't waste any pity
on me for that !
"I heard afterward , as soon as tho
alarm was given , Silas Peterkin took to
his heels , an' never stopped until he
reached his father's door.
"Whether he heard that the old man
vowed that he'd set Bose on him if he
ever came nigh Sue agin , I can't say ,
but hisvisits ceased from that day.
"I sent him an invite to my weddin' ,
which took placo a few months
arter ; but as he didn't come , I'm sort
of mistrustful that lie was afraid of
another tornado. "
Tho Killing : Passion.
We all know the proverb : The rul
ing passion strong in death , " and that
it is also strong in the making of wills
there is abundant evidence. Here is a
unique specimen : Mrs. Margaret
Thompson , of Boyle street , Burlington
gardens , London , died in 1776. She
bad a passion for Scotch snuff and her
will stated that , as it was usual to put
flowers in the coffins of departed
friends , and as she had never found any
flowers ib fragrant and refreshing as
the precious powder , she ordered her
old and trusty servant , Sarah Stuart ;
to take care that her body was covered
with the best Scotch snuff. She was to
be carried to the grave by six men , the
greatest snuff-takers in tlis parish of
St. James , who were each to wear a
snuft-cplored beaver hat instead of
ourning. A half-dozen old maids
were to be selected as pallbearers , and
each was to be supplied with a box of
snuff wherewith to refresh themselves
on the way to the grave. The officia
ting clergyman was to be paid a fee of
5 guineas , on condition that he walked
in front oE the coffin , and took a "cer
tain quantity , not exceeding one
pound ! " Sarah got 20 on condition
that she strewed at least two bushels
of the said snuff at the door of the
testatrix's residence and walked before
the corpse for the purpose of distribu-
" iff every twenty yards a large handful
of Scotch snuff l > the ground and upon
the crowd. Leeds Mercury.
Two Rohdont , N. Y. , men have matched
their canary birds to sing for a prize.
Tlio Grand Old State Redeems Herself.
"That's 'something like it , " ejaculated a
long-haired passenger , laying down a news
paper , with a smile ol satisfaction on his
stubby face. "That's something like it :
Toat's great. That's like old times. It
does my heart good. Oh , I tell you the
old state is still here , and I knew she'd re
deem herself. JL knew she'd get back to her
milk some day and protect her reputation.
God bless the old state of Miesoury she's
covered herself with glory. Here , stranger ,
tako a pull at my bottle , will ye ? drink to
the health o' the grand old state what's
redeemed herself. "
" " the reach
"Certainly , replied stranger ,
ing out for the bottle "certainly , my
friend ; here's lookin' at ye. But what has
the grand old state of Missouri done to
redeem herself ? "
"What has she done ? Why , sir , she has
had two of her infernal newspaper editors
shot in one week. Isn't that glory enough
to last her all summer ? " [ Chicago Herald.
How to Avoid Premature Old
The following advice is given by Dr. Ben
jamin Ward Richardson :
To subsist on light but nutritious diet ,
with milk as the standard food , but varied
accordidg to the season.
To take food in moderate quantity , four
times in the day , including a light meal De-
fore going to bed.
To clothe warmly but lightly , so as that
tho body may in all seasons maintain its
To keep the body in fair exercise , and the
mind active and cheerful.
To maintain an interest in what is going
on in the world , and to tako part in reas
onable labors and pleasures , as though old
age were not present.
To take plenty of sleep during sleeping
hours. To spend nine hours in bed at the
least , and to take care during cold weather
that the temperature of tho bedroom is
maintained at sixty degrees Fahrenheit.
To avoid passion , excitement , luxury.
Iliad e a Match. of It.
Here's a little bit of lun from tho New
York Sun : Visitor ( at Castle Garden )
"Are all those immigrants Norwegians ? "
Oflicial "No , sir. A few of them are
S wedenborgians. " This recalls a story told
by a Troy clergyman. A certain man who
was a follower of Swedenborg had for a
wife a very excellent lady of orthodox
church affiliations. She came to the min
ister one day in great tribulation owing to
the discovery that her husband's religious
views were a little off-color , from her own
point of view. She cited her own fidelity
to her creed and then ejaculated : "To
think that I have gone and married a Spit-
zenberg ! " [ Troy Times.
By One of tne "Comps. "
A convenient article for the kitchen is a
stout tin box , in which may be kept the
stove-polish and brushes and cloths used
about the stove. A two-quart pitcher with
a metal top something to act as a boy
cott against mosquitoa and flies who hap
pen to miss the last car is also a handy
thing in the kitchen. It can be taken out
the back way , and , by shinning through
alleys , you can get back and enjoy your
beer without ) any of the neighbors catching
on. [ Sfe. Louis Critic.
Kansas City Gets Another Big Slice.
Kansas City Times , June 1G.
With the increase in the price of real
estate , the boom in buildings and the gen
eral prosperity of the city taken into con
sideration , it is no wonder that she should
get more than her share of the Louisiana
State Lottery drawing this month. The
drawing came off yesterday and ticket
18,145 drew the capital prize of § 150,000.
There was nothing surprising in" the fact
that a lady in this city was so fortunate
as to have a fifth ticket. Some one here
was bound to have part of the ticket , for
it has been demonstrated that money can
not get away from Kansas City , this § 30-
000 making about § 80,000 drawn by resi
dents of this city since January 1.
Mrs. Anna M. Cross is the lucky posses
sor of the slip of paper which by yester
day's turn of the wheel entitles her to § 30-
000. She is a widow aged about 35 , and
she has lived here for about three years.
For the past year and a half Mrs. Cross
has been employed as book-keeper , and
each month has invested part of her earn
ings in tickets. This is the first prize she
has won and the news of her good fortune ,
almost overpowered her. Tpgether with
her daughter she boards at Whita-
ker's hotel. For the present at least Mrs.
Cross will continue to keep books , and
when she receives the money she has sensi
bly concluded to invest it in real estate.
A snail travels seventy inches in anhour.
The Omaha Typj foundry can furnish
new newspaper outfits on short notice.
Prices same as in Chicago and freight
already paid to Omaha.
Josh Billings always reckoned "rum and
tansy" among the lost arts.
To represent the "Mutual Reserve Fund
Life Association of New York. " The larg
est , strongest , and moat prosperous Insur
ance Company-on the Globe , age and secur
ity considered 1,400 members in Ne
braska , between § 5,000,000 and § 6,000-
000 insurance. Liberal Commissions paid
to active , energetic agents. No others
If you wish an agency or to Insure your
life in a good Company , address B. H.
Robison , General Manager , Omaha , Ne
The woman movement street corner
Congested Iiirer Is Frequent In the
Spring , and is relieved by CARTER'S LITTLE
It will require more than nine tailors to
make a man of the average dude.
As a hair dressing , Hall's Hair Renower
has no equal. Ask your druggist for it.
The only warranted cure for chills and
fever is Ayer's Ague Cure.
The Misses Austin , of Louisiana , have a
§ 450,000 claim against the United States.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE 320 acres
heavily timbered land in Morgan county ,
Mo. Will sell cheap for cash or trade for
Omaha , city property. Address for par
ticulars , Western Newspaper Union , Des
Moines , Iowa.
Ballet tramps are invariably whirldly
Don't fail to see the BATTLE OP GETTYS
BURG when you visit Om-iha. Special rates
to excursion par ties. D.H. Wheeler , Jr , Sec'y
The question of to-morrow What shall
wo have for breakfast ? *
The Omaha Type foundry , can furnish
new1 newspaper outfits on short , notice.
Prices same as in Chicago and freight
already paid to Omaha.
$500 Not Called For.
It seems strange that it is necessary to
persuade ineii that you can cure their dis
eases by offering a premium to the man
who fails to receive benefit. And yet Dr.
Sage undoubtedly cured thousands of cases
of obstinate catarrh with his "Catarrh
Remedy. " who would never have applied
to him , if it had'not been for his offer ol
the above sum for an in curable case. AVho
is the next bidder for cure or cash ?
To find the newest books out go to a cir
A Wonderful Freak or Nature
is sometime exhibited iu our public exhibi
tions. When we gaze upon some of the
peculiar freaks dame nature occasionally
indulges in , our minds revert back to the
creation of man , "who is so fearfully and
wonderfully made. " The mysteries of his
nature have been unraveled by Dr. R. V.
Pierce , of Buffalo , and through his knowl
edge of those mysteries he has been able to
prepare his "Golden Medical Discovery , "
Trhich is a specific for all olood taints , poi
sons and humors , such as scrofula , pimples ,
blotches , erruptions , swellings , tumors , ul
cers and kindred affections. By druggists.
A water proof garment The coat of the
A Bonanza ITIiiio
of health is to be found in Dr.R. V. Pierce's
"Favorite Presciiption , " to tho merits of
which , as a remedy for female weakness and
findred affections , thousands testify.
A railroad is not going Tery well when it
passes a dividend.
Xo OPIUM in riso's Cure for Consumption. Cures
where other remedies fall. 25c.
Tho friend who stickcth faster than a
brother P. 0. Verty.
Our young friend Erank Warner ,
who just graduated fromEHott's Busi
ness College , Burlington , Iowa , has se
cured a fine position in Burlington.
A promising writer The man who draws
up a note.
UN THE COUNTRY AJJ SUMMER.
The man who takes his family into the
country for the summer should remember
that he will save his children a great deal
of pain and himself a large amount of
money in doctors' bills if he is thoughtful
enough to carry a supply of PERUY DAVIS"
PAIN KILLCR. The medicine is a standard
specific for all cases of cramps , colic ,
cholera morbus , diarrhcea , or dysentery.
The condition of some of our streets is
simply offaL .
A MOST MISKItAI. OFFEK !
THE VOLTAIC BELT Co. , Marshall , Mich ,
offer to send their Celebrated VOLTAIC BELTS
and Electric Appliances on thirty days'
trial to any man afflicted with Nervous De
bility , Loss of Vitality , Manhood , < fcc. Il
lustrated pamphlet IN SEALED ENVELOPE
with full particulars , mailed free. Write
them at once.
When is a thief like a seamstress ? When
he cuts and. runs.
OLD pill boxes arc spread over the land
by the thousands after having been emp
tied by suffering humanity. What a mass
of sickening , disgusting medicine the poor
stomach has to contend with. Too much
strong medicine. Prickly Ash Bitters is
rapidly and surely taking the place of all
this class of drugs , and is curing all the ills
arising from a disordered condition of the
liver , kidneys , stomach and bowels.
The Paris journals now always refer to
Mr. Gladstone as "The Old Great Man. "
PREVENT crooked booti and blistered heels by
wearing Lyon's Patent Heel Stiffeners.
Many of the girls of the period are less
facts than figures.
A thorough , practical education in every
Dep't , short-hand , typewriting and telegra
phy courses taught. Write for College Jour
nal Lincoln Business College , Lincoln , Xeb.
The best ornament in a house is an ami
able and virtuous wife.
For Cuts , Galls , Old Sores , Scratch
es , Thrush , etc. , use Stewart's Heal
ing Powder , 15 and 50 cents a box.
Spongers of newspapers are not held in
the highest estimation.
If afflictedwith Sore Eyes , use Dr. Isaac
Thompson's Eye Water. Druggists sell it. 25c
Green kid gloves should be handled with
Carter's Little Liver Pills will be found
an excellent remedy for sick-headache.
Thousands of letters from people who have
used them prove this fact. Ask your drug
gist for them.
The cyclone is a modern invention that
has not proven a blessing.
IB tho most common of all skin diseases , and Is often
exceedingly disagreeable. The skin becomes dry
and hot , grows red and rough , and often breaks Into
painful cracks , while small watery pimples appear ! n
great numbers , discharging thin sticky fluid , caus
ing Intense Itching. Hood's Sarsaparilla has won
derful power over this disease. It purifies the blood
and expels the humor , and the skin heals without a
"I had salt rheum over nearly my entire body. It
Is Impossible to describe my sufferings. "When I be
gan to take Hood's Sars.tparllla the disease began to
subside , the watery pimples , with their agonizing-
itch and pain , disappeared , and now I am cured. "
LYJIAK ALLKK , Ho. Chicago , III.
"I suffered from wakefulncss and low spirits , and
also bad eczema on the back of my head and neck
which was very annoying. I took one bottle of
Hood's Sarsaparilla , snd I have received so much
benefit that I am very grateful. " MBS. J. S. SXYDEE ,
Fottsville , Pa.
I by all druggists. 1 ; six for $3. Prepared c
J. I. HOOD < t Apothecaries , Lowell. M
fOO Doses One Dol ar
A posltiTo cure. Ho Enlre.
GANGER.A PIa ter. No P tn. W C.
. Payne. MarshaJltowa.Iowa.
Obstinate Constipation Itcndlljr
Yields to the reguhvruaeol CARTEK'SLITTLE
Tho only trade that ia "sharp" just now ,
is tho barbers' .
Needing ; renewed utrenctb. or wlio mCTcr from
InOrmlUea peculiar to their * ci , ahould try
This medicine combines Iron with pure TegnU
tonics , and is invalaablo for Diseases peculiar to
Women , and all who lead sedentary lives. ItKu-
rictic.s and Purifies tho lllond , Stiinuliites
tho Appetite , Strengthens tho iUKBclca and
Nrrves in fact , thoroughly invigorates.
Clears the complexion , and makes the skin smooth.
It does not blacken the teeth , cause headache , or
produce constipation all other Iron medietnei do.
MRS. ALBERT LEESLEY , Greenwood. Neb. , says ;
" I have used Brown'fl Iron Bitters for Nervous De
bility and have been greatly benefited. "
Mns. O. D. NEWELL , Phillips' Station , Nob. , says :
" I was so weak and nervous that I could scarcely
vralk. had no appetite , and passed sleepless nights ;
in fact , my life was a burden to me. I tried many
remedies , but without benefit. Three bottles of
Brown's Iron Bitters have cured me. I cheerfully
recommend it. " _
Genuine has above Trade Mark and crossed red lines
on wrapper. Take no otb.fr. Made only by
UJl > W.N ClIKillCAL , CO. ,
IT IS A PUHELYVEGETABLE PREPARATION
ANDOTllEn EHUAtlY EFFICIENT REMEDIES
It has stood the Test of Years ,
in Curing all Diseases of the
" BLOOD , LIVEB , STOM
ACH , KIDNEYS.BOW-
Blood , Invigorates and
Cleanses tho System.
CURES PATION , JAUNDICE ,
LIVER IOUS COMPLAINTS.&c
disappear at on ce under
KIDNEYS its beneficial influence.
STOMACH It is purely a Medicine
AND as its-cathartic proper-
tics forbids its as
BOWELS. beverage. It is pleas
ant to tne taste , and as
easily taken by child
PRICKLY ASH BITTERS CO
PRICElDOLLAR Sola Proprietors ,
ST.LOUZS aud KAKSAB Crrr
A God-send ft
Ely's Cream Balm.
Ihad catarrh for 3
years. 3Ty nose would
Need. Ithouyht thel
sores would nevet\ \
ftcdl. Ely's Cream
Balm lias cured me.
J/rs. A. .IT. Jack
son , Portsmouth.
Portsmouth.Hflar - FEVER
Apartlcle Is applied Into each nCHtril an 1 is agreea
ble to use. Prlci > S ) cts. b.mall or at ilru sdsts. Senrt
for circular. ELY BUOTHEIJS.UruRSkts O'cjroX Y
PS 0 * TIT SUN XT
IIS IH SAN LUIS.
Themoit Wonderful Agricultural I'nrk In America.
Surrounded by prosperoui mining and manufacturing
towns. FAJt.'U ' K'H I'.VUAMISK ! .Magnln--
cunt crops raised In 18S5. THOUSANDS OF
.VCKEJ * OF GOV KX3IE > T J.AXJ > . subject
to ( iro-cinpti n anil homestead. Lands for sale to ac
tual settlers at S3.0M p r acre. X.OXH TIME.
Park irrigated by immense canals. Cheap railroad
rates. Every attention shown settlers. For maps
pamphlets , etc. , address , COLORADO LAND .t LOAX
OU. , Opera House Block. Denver. Colo. , Box 2ZSO.
will be r > iM for anj Grain Fan v *
ffme iie that can clean ami bag a
much Grain or 5 > e < l in one dar as
our Patent MO.VAttCII Cralu
n < l Seed Separator and Hug.
ccr or nur Improved Wuro-
iKiuicMIIl which we offer cheap.
Price LUt mailed free.
NEWflRK MflCHIHE CO.
Columbui. Ohio ,
1 bave a positive remedy lor tne above diiea > ; by its ess
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have been cured. Indeed , so strong is ray faith in irp eRlcaryy
that 117111 send TWO EOTTLlii FP.EE , tose'herwih a VAL
UABLE TREATISE on this disease , to an Y sufferer. GlveKx-
preu aad P. O. address. DC. T. A. SLOCUH , 1611'earl St. , N.Y.
CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAIIS.
Best Cousjli Syrup. Tastes goodUse
in time. Sold by druggists.
PACE , IIAXJIS ; FEET ,
and all their ioip rl ctioni , Includia Fad&I ,
Uevelopemrnt , Superflnoui llAir , Birth Aluks ,
Moles , U'irtt , Motn , trfctlet , Kxloif. . Acne ,
Black Hes.il. Scan , I'utinr ami their treatment ,
Dr. JOHN H. WOODBURY ,
. .N.T. E.t'bM UtV. ; " - -
to UO days. No iT.iy till Cured.
Uc J. STJCPUEXS. Leuauou. Ohio.
Hardy's Eye Balm cures
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Ever Hafle ,
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Vinegar Bittern is the great disease pre
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ASK FOR THE
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theJSOUbhoe. If you cannot
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era , send adjrcss'on postal / >
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Leading Nos. : 14,048,130,135 , 333,161.
For Sale by all Stationers.
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Works : Camden , N. J. 26 John St. , Hew Yorfc
5 Ton "VVnson Scales ,
Iron I-citrj. Sttel r.earinci , Brui
Tare Beam and Bfam Box for
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mention thl piper and aJdresj
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IHNOHA.IITON , N. V.
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Weather or wear has n
effect on their curatlvi
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loops with straps mnk <
them self adjust ins. Wi
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fale by all Siddlerv Jobber * . A-k TOUT harness
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Aia * Ces ;
SEND STAMP TO
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, g fitted for all forms of dcfec-
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.ALWAYS CURABLE BT TJSEftt
OP man * FIESH. OP AXIMAIS.
Ulicnmntism , Scratches , \
Barns and Scalds , Sorcti and Gall * ,
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Cats and Bruises , 'crew ' "Worm , Grab ,
Spraicn & Stitches , Foot Hat , Hoof Ail ,
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Stiff Joints , Swinny , Ionnderc ,
Backache , Sprains , Straina ,
Eruptions , gore Feet ,
Frost Bites , Stiflncis ,
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