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1 1 A DOOTOIVS CONFESSION.
1m "o UoranU Take .Tlurli .IIimIIcIiio nn.l
AdvUea Urn llriorlcr .Not To.
lU Humbug? Of course It Is. Tho
IT so-called Bolcnco of modicinp is n 1ium-
II bug and lias licon from tlio tiinu of
11 Ulppocrntca to Uio iircxont. Wliy tlio
ffl biggest cranl: In tho Indlim tribes is
M fo niudtoliio man."
I "Very frank wns tho admission, cs-
pccially bo when It camo from ono of
tho biggest young physicians of tlio
city, ono whoso practice is mining tho
thousands, though ho litis been gradu
ated but a fow years," Bays tlio UuiTulo
Courier. "Vory cozy wus his olllco
too, with its cheerful grato lire, its
Queen Anno furniture, und lis many
loungos and cosy-chairs. Ho stirred
tho flro luzily, lighted a fresh cigar,
and went on."
Tako tho prescriptions laid down in
books and what do you find? Poisons
mainly, and nauseating stuft that
would mako a healthy man un intalld.
Why in tho world scienco should go to
poisons for its remedies I cannot tell,
nor can I find any ono who can."
"How doos 11 doctor know tho effect
of his medicine?" ho nsked. "Ho calls,
prescribes, and goes away. Tho only
way to judgo would bo to stand over
tlio bod and wntch tho pationt. This
suntiot bo done. So, really, I don't
know how ho Is to toll what good or
A hurt ho docs. Sometime, ago, you ro
il mombor, tho Boston Uloho sunt out a
fl roportor with a stated set of symp-
n loins. Ho went to cloven prominent
"A physicians and brought back cloven
j different prescriptions. This just shows
I how much Bclenco tlioro is in mcdl-
I Thcro nro local diseases of various
1 characters for which naturo provldos
I posltiro romedics. They may not bo
included in tho regular physician's list,
porhaps, becauso of their simplicity,
but 'tho ovldonco of tholr curatlvo
powor Is beyond dispute. Kldnoy dls-
easo Is cured by Wnrnor's Safo Curo.
a strictly herbal remedy. Thousands
'of persons, every year, wrlto as does
ill. J. Gardiner, of Pontlac, It. I Au-
Cuet r, 1890:
I "A fow years ago I suffered moro
m than probably over will bo known out-
I eido of myself, with kldnoy and livor
'I complaint. It is tho old story I vis-
j I itod doctor after doctor, but to no
K avail. I was nt Nowport, and Dr.
"I ' Blackmun recommended Warnor's Safo
B Curo. I commonccd tho uso of. it, and
1 found roliof immediately. Altogether
I I took thrco bottles, and I truthfully
V ; itato that it cured."
' "N hnrm to do tills, and no harm to do
" i that," generally means to take another atep
, toward perdition. '
I Molrctilea are Tcrj fmall nearly aa tmall
V iii - t-imniiryr.r-.'.t.. people.
j I took Cold,
' I toolr Siclr,
B I TOOK .
I SCOTT'S I
I toko My Moals,
i I talro My Rest,
I AND I AM VICOROUS ENOUGH TO TAKK
t ANYT111.NO I CAN LAY MV HANDS ON ;
, gelling flit too, for Scott's
Emulsion of Puro Cod Livor Oil
i , andHypophosphilesofLimeand
Soda NOT ONLY CURED MY lliclp-
Vl . lent Consumption HUT BUILT
II ME UP, AND IS NOW I'UTTlNO
II FLESH ON MY BONES
fll AT TllE rats op a found a DAY. 1
II TAKK IT JUST AS EASILY AS I DO MILK."
SUCH TESTIMONY IS NOTIIINO NEW.
Ml SCOTT'S EMIILSIOK IS DOINO WONDERS
B 'daily. Take no other.
"1 PURIFY YOUR
J . I BLOOD.
M Bat do not use tbo dangerous alkaline
j T1 and mercurial preparations which destroy
ylj ' Vf nervous system and ruin tho digestive
power of tho stomach. Tho vegetable king-
!M om gives us the best and sales! remedial
Aj agents. Dr. Sherman devoted Iho greater
, part of his llfo to the discovery ol this rella-
A, 4 bla and safe remedy, and all Its ingredients
tf are vegetable. He gave It the name ol
j Prickly Ash Bitters !
" a name every one can remember, and to Ihe
Is so beneficial lor Iho BLOOD, (or the
LIVER, for tho KIDNEYS and for the
" STOMACH. This remedy Is now so well
and favorably known by all who have used
it that arguments as to Its merits are use
less, and if others who require a correct-
v Ivo to Iho system would but give It a trial
tho health ol this country would be vastly
Improved. Remomber Ihe name PRICKLY
x ASH BITTERS. Ask your druggist lor It.
PRICKLY ASH BITTERS CO..
jTK ST. 3LOTJIB. MO.
f MOTHERS' FRIEND
" HakesGHILD BIRTHJASY
4 Bj IP USED BEPORB CONFINBMBNT.
( M Dooc to "Mothers-1 11 AiLin-raaa.
j BKADITIELU It to I LATH It CO- ATLAMTAidA.
, hold nr ali. DnDoaim.
! I ' W. W. V. OuinIia-843-47.
BIG ENOUGH TO VOTE.
Bnnifitlitiis About Delta Droit, the 10
Yeur.Olil (llrl Who Welulii S I'auniln.
A rcrllablo moimtnln of rollicking,
rollinp floli Is goud-nnltircd, plc.is.iut
fncctl Delia Hack, tlio largest Rlrl In tlio
world. Dalln U 10 years of nip nnd alio
lli(i Iho bcnui nt exactly 450 pntimli.
Blio In tliu il nil.; liter of tcsicctalilo but
pour ptreuU; her fntlicr U n coal-miner
In tlio Westmoreland regions, nnd licr
homo U nt Cokovllle, tlint rnunty, nenr
the Itidlniia county lino. Her parent')
nro both of ordinary alzo nnd nono of
her brothers or sisters show aluim of ex
ceeding the nvcrnge limits In points of
physical development. At tho ngn of ft
years onu sister renched tho weight of
145 pouuds, utii she died at tlint period.
Tho Timet correspondent visited
Dclln's homo nnd found hor to bo a suf
llclently comoly American girl, strong
nnd healthy, and of fair intelligence.
In fncl. sho Is rather pretty, considering
her enormous proportions. She wns
nulled to tell something nujut how sho
came to bo so stout, hut tho question
staggered her: sho could not toll. In
this connection, however, tlio writer
drew from her tho most rcmiirkablu
fnnturo of her existence.
"What do ymi cnlT" she was nsltcd.
"! much." wns tho nstonlshlng ro
' cm surprised, nnd I don't
Mm it for doubling what I have Just
told jwii, but nevertheless It is gospel
truth. I nover had much ofnn appetite."
"Hut how did you get so fat?"
: "I cau not tell. You would like to
: know wlint I eat? I will toll you; it will
not toko long. In tho first plncu.for my
breakfast I usually tnko a cup of coffee
and ono or two hot cakes or a slice of
toast, nothi'pg more; for dinner I cut n
sllco and n halt of bakers' bread nnd a
ve,ry,8innll ploco of stquk or some pota
toes and calMingo. Sly supper consist of
about tbo samo amount with, of course,
an occasional cbangu of tltor. Ilenlty, t
tell you tho truth a meal reran ordlimrv
person will last me two ineills and 1 will
Unvo all I want loo." J) -
JI.-j. Hack vcrillcd heri daughter's
sliilcmciil nnd added tlint they were
somo'tlnica alarmed lest tbelr child's
health should fail from a lack of proper
"Have you never tried to rcduco your
wcluhl?" asked the writer of Miss Deck.
"No, sir I never have," sba replied.
"Why should If I nm happy, nnd
never know whst It is to bo ill. I ex
perience no difficulty In walking, but I
puff n lilllo when I go up-slnlrs."
When Delia wns Q years of ngo she
weighed 140 pounds, nnd alio hns been
gainlnc stouillly over since. Sho ling in
creased in weight ul tbo rntu of ono
pound per month for tho last few years,
mid is still gaining. In height sho is 0
feet 4 inches. Sho measures Gl inches
nrouud tho waist. 12 inches around tho
neck, nnd 31 inches nrouud tbs llcsby
part of tho arm. Her feat arc not long
but nro abnormally broad, so that it is
Impossible to procure any ordinary pair
of wo mill's shoes to fit her. Tho samo
difficulty is cxpcrleuced in lilting her
with hose. Iter mother explained that
to meet the embarrassment which this
causes she buys two pairs of lioso and
makes them Into one. Dolla's chair is a
curious pleco of furniture, especially
made for hcr.and Is a scttco largo ouougli
for two persons. Her bed is furnished
with extra supports.
Compared with famous fat women of
history Delia Heck outshines, or rather
out-wolglu, them nil when her ngo is
taken Into account. Hannah Dattcrsby,
tho fattest woman that ever lived, did
not acquire her enormous proportions
until after sho wns 40, nud Illg Winnie,
tho colored heavy-weight, was 30 boforo
sho mado a record, Delia and her
parents hnvo at last decided to accept
tbo offer of a local museum intnager,
and tho girl will appear for tho first
timo In public next week. She will con
tinue on the road and will mauugo herself.
IIow to I2at a AVatonuclon.
It is said in Florida tlint tlio way to
e.it nn o ran go is to put vour noso in it.
This advico applies to tlio wnlurinolou
in tlio most emphatic manner. Thorn
is nothing lit to cat in tho melon but
tlio heart, und that should bo torn out
nnd catoti bodily, and if tlio juices
should run down thu nock and Into tbo
sleovcs so much thu better. Sweets to
tlio sweet anil nothing could liosivot-t-cr
than tlieso juices, ulilch embody tho
fricilon of tho j ear and all that Is boat
in tlio seasons. Tho knifo is u deadly
weapon. It destroys tho llavor and
lias a deadly effect on the fruit. Peoplo
who understand thuir business not or
use a knife, but go at it llku pugilists,
aud thu moro barbarous thu attack tho
Sinor tlio feast.---Attnolu Coustitultim.
Tlio Mctrlu -xtcin.
A roport to tlio Krone. cndeiny ol
Science says tho uso of tlu elrlo ityn
teni had, lu 1887, liecoinn mpuliry
in countries having mi nggrugntu popu
lation of 302 OOO.OOO. whiiili wn mi in
crease in ten ears of 53.01XMXM per
sons obliged to uo it.
Tho Only Shoo Knclr.ry in Omnlin.
V. V. Morso it Co.'s Mon'e, Wom
en's nnd Children's medium nnd ftno
Ernde8 of shoes, mado in our lnrgo fac
tory in Omaha, Nob. AkIc your store
keeper for this brand; TI1KY are tlio best.
W. V, Morso it Co. htivu tho only
shoo factory in Omaha, fco when tho
merchant deals with this firm ho knows
hols buying from llrst hands, nnd l
In ono jear, wo hnvo mado so good
n reputation for our "Jlorso's School
Shoes" that wo havo boon compelled
to mako other Important lines.
Alcrchnnls If you want shoes that
will wcarl Tlint will fit! That will
plcnso your customers, Bend your or
dors to W. V. Morso & Co., Omaha,
Fiktv Dollars in Gold Rbwaiid to
any ono finding a pleco of shoddy in
any of our own mako of goods.
Wo only soil to merchants.
W. V. JIottsK & Co.,
Dyspepsia Is ealil to be unknown In Japan.
Co are boarding houses.
Swr.nmii Asthma Cciig never falls. Send ,
vour adilrcta. Trial packago mailed free.
Collins Brothers' Drug Co., St. Louis, Mo. j
When some men can't hTC anything else, i
they havo a hnblt. .
Gnrflelit Ti-n aet on blood, renoTiilnf thn fn-
tlrarr.umi Lrlnir. tit La ot liraltll Uck to Udod
Jn Texas now they track a liorse-thlc! on
boss trail. Inn ijstcm.
A Sons TnnoAT on Couon, if snftcrrd to '
progieet, of icn results In an Incurable throat (
or lung trouble. "Brown'a lironcblal
Troches'' ghe Instant lcllclf.
The tattooed man Is the man whose neigh-1
bor's boy has a drum. ,
dren Leottiloc, tortcni tho cumB,rodiicos Innamnia- '
tlon. allan pain, cures wind colic SJo.n bottle.
The man who runs his boots down at the
heel hat n hanl time keeping his toes square
with tho world.
Hotmnn'a I.Wcr Pmfa,
Itolman'l T.lrcr I'ltd euro lAr.AltlA.
lloiniAii'n l.lrer I'Hds cure lliLioeaNKSS.
Ilolniiin's IJvpr 1'adt curo lNiiioiLTriov.
Marrlape, unfortunately, eometlmca proves
to be au antl-dotc.
Focl poisons that accumulate In the blood
and rot the machinery of tho system, ate
eradicated ard eipcllcd by using Prickly Ash
Hitters, a mcdlclno that will not Irritate tho
stomach or bowels. It acta In a pontic man
ner en these delicate organs, and restores
health in every case.
Illinois voters mu6t have been happy when
they flred Cannon.
Trail en unit Occupations.
The Youth's Companion for 18D1 will
clvo an Instructive and helpful Serious of
Papers, each of which describes tbo charac
ter of some leading Trade for Uoya or Occu
pation for Girls, i hey give Information as
to tho Apprenticeship required to learn each;
the Wagea to ho expeciod, the Qualities
needed in order to cntir, and the prospects'
of Success. 'Jo New Subscribers who send
f 1.75 at once the paper will bo sent frco to
Jan. , 1801, and for a full year from that
Tub Youtu's Companion-, Boston, Mass.
GOVERNOR OF MARYLAND
IT EXECUTIVE CHAMBER. IS
Annapolis, TcI., JTutt. C, '90.
"JT Iittvc oflcn xiscil ST.
JJICOUS OIL, anil find it
a good, TAnimcnl."
ELIHU E. JACKSON,
THE CovorMtl- BEST.
Thcro seems to bo Httlo going on
in musical circles of lato, but tlioro
is much talk, among musical people,
of tho marvelous euro of Miss B ,
tho high contralto singer, who has
long suffered from a sovero throat
Dr bronchial affection, suporinduccd
by Catarrh in tho Head, and who
has been perfectly cured by tho
uso of Dr. Sago's Catarrh licmedy,
couplod with tlio uso of Dr. Picrco'a
Golden Medical Discovery. For
all bronchial, throat and lung affec
tions, and lingering coughs, it is an
unoqualcd remedy. When compli
cated vith Chronio Nasal Catarrh,
its uso should bo coupled with tho
uso of Dr. Sago's Catarrh Remedy.
Of all druggists.
M. II. CAKTO, Itl. !.,
EYE! hose, ear THROAT!
nrnilnMo of Hush Mrdleil Collsre, 1S7I. 1111
nolso Kra and Kar Inrinnorv, lu4. New York
I'olrclliilc, IWt. UUties nttcd. ArtlOclal Kjres
1104 O Streol, LINCOLN, Mill.
A PRESENT. I
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O ptnmt or the Nt Autoiiiitlo WASHINQ'
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