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About The courier. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1894-1903 | View Entire Issue (May 19, 1894)
At Deatff s Door
Blood Poisoned After Ty
A Marvelous Cure by Hood's After
At! Else Failod.
"C. I. Ilood & Co., Lowell, Mass.:
"Dear Sirs: Twenty-five years' ago I had a
bilious fever, an.l later it turned Into typholl
fever, and for Ave weeks I lay like one dead, but
at last I pulled through and got up around. I
soon discovered on my left leg Just above tho
knee a small brown siot about as big as a three
centilecc, which puffed up but did not hurt mo
or feel sore. I did not pay any attention to It
until two years after, when it commenced to
spread and have the appearanco of a ring worm.
It Itched and burned and I commenced doctor
ing, but to no avail. I
Cot Only Momentary Relief,
And sometimes not even that. I could not sV?ep
nights, and on account of the Itching I scratched
the spot until the blood would run. In hot
weather my elbows and all my Joints were Just
the same, and what I liave suffered I cannot de
scribe with a en. Last February I tried an
herb for the blood and it broke out In the worst
form of a rash all over my body. I began my
scratching, and scales would fall off. The sores
continued to discharge and I longed to die.
Finally my husband bought a bottle of KiVkTs
Sarsaparilla and I had not taken more than
half of it before I began to change for the better.
I have had four bottles,
Now I Am AN Wed I
but two little spots on my leg. I can now sleep
and eat well and work all the time. I am 54
years old, and the mother of eleven children,
and think I can do as much as anyone my age.
My son has also taken Hood's Sarsaparilla for
dyspepsia, and has been greatly benefited by it
I feel very grateful for the benefit I received
from Hood's Sarsaparilla." Mrs. Phebx L.
Hall, Galva, Kansas.
Hood's PiHs act easily, yet promptly and
efficiently, on the liver and bowels. 23c.
THE WISK HUItBV.
"By all means lot tho women vote; they
haro not much to do;
They 6pcnd their whole time lying down;
they rest the whole day through.
There's nothing they must think about;
they really have no cares.
By all means let them go and vote and
settle our affaire,"
So spake Augustus Spilkins to his agi
The other morning, as he took his hat to
leave the house;
And Mrs. Spilkins got so mad to think he
took that view
That voting was the last of things she
could be got to do.
Tho Impressario How are you getting
Tho Prima Donna (with elation) Beauti
fully! I manage to make a now enemy
almost every day.
Arrangements have been mado for a com
plete gymnasium on the Chautauqua
grounds at Crete next July. Competent
instructors will be in attendance, and classes
will bo formed for men, women and boys,
Row J. H. Hoffman of Kearney, will offer
a course in oratory and voice building, giv
ing in detail suggestions for intelligent
homo practice. This announcement will
interest not only those who expect to be
come public speakers, but many who may
desire to improve tho speaking voice. Tho
lectures, eight in number, will includo tho
following topics; fundamental principles of
voice building, respirative, quality of voice,
melody, gesture and inflection.
A. B. COFFROTH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Notice is hereby given, that by virturo of
an order of sale issued by the clerk of the
district court of the Third judicial district
of Nebraska, within and for Lancaster
county, in an action wherein Henry S. Dorr
is plaintiff,and John K. Barr et al are defend
ants. I will at 2 o'clock p. m. on the 19th
day of Juno A. D. 1894; at the east door of
the court house, in the city of Lincoln, Lan
caster county, Nebraska, offer for sale at
public auction the following described real
Lot number one (1) in block number two
(2) in S. S. Chase's sub-division of lot tivo
(5) and part of lot number six (G) in the
northwest quaitcr of section thirty-six (36)
township ten (1) range six (G) east of the
Gth P. M., in the city of Lincoln, Lancaster
Given under mv hand this 17th day of
Mav, A. D. 189i.
FRED A. MILLER,
May. 19 5t. Sheriff.
Scaled proposals will be received by the
state board of printing at the oflice of the
secretary of state, on or before 2 o'clock
j). m., Tuesday, Juno 5, 1894, for tho print
ing and binding in paper 2,000 copies of tho
annual report of tho Nebraska State Poul
try association for the year 1894, in accord
ance with tho following specifications:
Tho quality and weight of paper, sizo of
page and margin, together with tho quality
of work, shall bo tho same as tho agricul
tural report of 1893. Tho typo shall bo
small pica, and the quality and weight of
paper in cover Bhall bo fifty pounds. Work
to bo completed and delivered to tho oflico
of tho secretary of stato within sixty days
from tho awarding of tho contract. Tho
right to reject any and all bids is reserved.
Each projosal must bo accompanied by a
bond in the sum of $500.
JOHN C. ALLEN, Secretary.
Dated May 12, 1894.
S x'lki through the Itoothbay (Me.) lirgiitrr,
of the beneficial results he has received from
a regular use of Ayer'a Pills. He says: "I
was feeling sick and tired and my stomach
seemed all out of order. I tried a number
of remedies, but none seemed to ghe me
relief iin'll I was Induced to try the old relia
ble Ayer'a Tills. I have taken only one
box, but I feel like a new man. I think they
arc the most pleasant and cany to takeol
anything I ever used. leing so finely sugar
coated that even a child will take them. J
tinrc upon all who are in need of a l.-uatUe
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