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©very Spring.
For that Tired Feeling
take
dyer's Sarsaparilla
and recover
Health end Vigor.
It Makes
the Weak Strong.
Prepared by
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parafai H«dy toMln. Th, samalt
Continental
Cor. Flfteeth and Douglas,H
OMAHA, Nlill.
Prize Word Contest.
eatstenal llerreatton Highly
KzHilas, In.lrnrUva and
Amu.tug,
1 - VALUABLE - PRIZE
p.itmrttt l.lvrn tu llvrry hurreaa*
f«l ©Watr.lanL- Iteatl (arc*
»wily Ihe Ctolalla or thta
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CASüt Of A MAN WHO IIAS SC/XIMK "ALL
ntwBO'VN," Aill) HAS MU2UM TO TAKk
TXAV kV.viARKAIH.R FLESH FRODUCU,
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phosphites of Lime & Soda
rii/No ««USUAL. This feat
^■ htXM TFRFOXMED OVZR AND OVKk
AvAtN 1'AI.AT ABLE AS MILK. En.
t«*fkf »Y I'livsictANi. Sold by all
^^^iists. Avoid substitutions and
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■»sMAu.siZHun mao bosnstoihsbot.
^Ruhîr'.i«! 'z&c/mu par bout» "** *" M ** I
8INO * l 17, 7o l J'kcto-rraviiFO.
U|,,w I»*nol (fixa of tola plolura for 4
»ppara or alanipa).
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k[ Makati of ••Hlla Haan* ** fit Boula. Mo.
tMtlATIUNS.
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^^^■©rlo, Uvir romplalnu, taka tha *«[«
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BILE BEANS
«emxi
ha* mild rllnmta, t>roilna.
lira »<>11 an I oltai»|» land.
Write for d*«('ripll*a ^amplilat
REUOX LASH CO., Albany, Orryon.
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tire n".T!T?re" 1STH " 1
ER S PASTILLES.^ b j71^
Th. oa» renal«
W ( IU Evl Sr.Vi'aTX u!,,,* okiw
WILL DRILLS. "*' t \V,"JX nr "'
TIHFis bobwis, Ksi.t.r t Tomiim,, ».
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«..tad 10 learn w.«rr.p»r
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HtUK L " Wil...« « <•« . Washington. |t>. I
a aiMi I w Nu imim.,„ successful. AdvicaS'iaa.
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The ense of hliza Annie t itzhugh. J
a teacher of music. and her mother,
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«lu* were charged betöre 1 oluo jua ^ tD<
tice linden Coraey in Dalston, Kng- (
land, with obtaining property on oue
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fait» pretense«, is ofunusuul interest I vea
because it was a very sad case und
beeniiHe it nict/ires n curious nhust * wb
necause it pictures a curious P uu «, lhe
of hnglish society. |
Miss Fitzliugh wns it young wo/nnr ,
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of good repute, who had a lino and
woll-truined voice, and in 1888 wai >
Cot a Coffin By Fraud.
to
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of
to
making enough money tc support
herself and her father and mother,
the father being an invalid. In Oc
tober. 1888. Mr. Hayward, the man
ager of l'rof. llaldwin who was at
tli.it time jumping from a balloon
when at a great height, came tc
Mis« Fitzliugh and asked her to un
dertake the task ot getting the prince
ot Wales to attend one ot Bald
exhibitions, lie promised to give
her 10 pouuds it she succeeded.
Accordingly, says a correspondent
of the New York Sun, Miss Fitzliugh
got an appointment to meet Sir Fran
cis Knotty« at Marlborough house,
and there succeeded so well that the
prince, the princess, and their three
daughters attended the show at
Alexandra
had the
fort» the primely family when they
were there also, but she never got
the lo pouuds promised to her noi
any other sum.
She iiad been nt considerable ex
|M'u»e for dress and otherwise in tbit
matter, and so got into debt. It wie
then her troubles began. She tried
to »O't an appointment ns vocalist
m the family of the prince, arn) those
who promised to help lier to the poet
told her she was sure to succeed and
even sent lier lettersofcongatulntion
on the certainty of her appointment,
ltelying on this Miss Fitzliugh neg
lected to try tor other pupils, and
While waiting for the appointment
got deeper In debt.
Along in ttocember, 1880,herfnthei 1
died. To provido for the fiuierul slie
went to /in undertaker and told him
, ha 'l. P*'*'
of in the la,ally oftlieprmce. |
HH*I h® tlMTfllpOU tnibtpil her for thfi j
price otnd.cat lum-rai The bill war
li«»n I__ •_ I
IK»nt to MfirillOrOUj^ll hOUBe. It j
happened that n Mis* Fitzliugh wan ]
einpioved tliere in another capacity, *
and she got the bill.
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ff ®***^ ^ ill'll«!# MIJll •hoillllo tOWOlin^ •
Ullllertftker for t»urvi!lg htm. Soaliel
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IDRdR (I futtl llUOIlt fit* |
Mfc» Lilli* FitxhUßh. OH Mn«
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flHaClI tO OXplfklll, lit tOltl t liC ,
whole story truthfully. The under
taker, Mr. '.lohn tirnv <>f Seven Sis
ters' road, offered to forgive her the
Uobt bat the prince's household
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*«**''1 not allow that.
Meantime Mrs.ritxliugh.themoth
er of the tmeher. believiû that the.
appoint ment lind already lss>n made,
hud obtained credit elsewhere for
food by telling thnt Iter daughter was
«mployisl by the prin«-e. The prose
cuto.r who repiesented the prine*
hunt e,| U p the cam^i. and mother and
Hnmvhtavwi.«» aeMafail {
UllUght« rui renrr<*SiC(l., ^ I
At the trial the girl told the Whole j
storv. She told tile magistrate t hot
!';; r :rr: u ;?' y 'Tr;T 01 «
the fraud, find t lint t he w hole* t»lame ,
Mtwl upon lier. Th© innjriBtrnt^
might do ns he pleased with her, but'
il lie irntihl I» ... L-in.i n. net «,,n/ i
lllie Mould oe so kind ns not to m ns
her mother again to lie oil Ihe plank
Is'd. which would kill her, she would
bo thankful. The younger prisoner
further told the magi.!rate that for
« he last lour years she had st ruggled
to keep her sick lather and mother,
Her father Wits now dead and her
mother Very ill. She had known
great privations, nnd hud seen her
father and mother with scarcely any
food to eat.
The magistrate held the prisoners
for trial, but released the mother on
her own recognizance.
win'»
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rmlace. Miss Fitzliugh
lionor of singing bo
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Tholr First Impressions. ■
S Washington cor. New York World,
j Attorney (ionornl Hrowatcr pot a
i wife in tbo troiisury department, She
j was fin* daughter of nn px-soo rotary
! ot the Treasury, and she wo« one of
IpretticHt women that Washing
ton lia« ever known, ltrewsler
unw her na «he went througli the
department one day on some legal
bmdnen«, nnd lonir before he wan nt^
torney general, and ha «nid to a
friend:
'•What a pretty woman!"
She overheard and replied in a
stage whisper:
"What nn ugly man!" nnd Tiro er
st nr, you know, woe ugly enough to
stop a clock. His face had been
burned nil out of «hupe when lie was
a baby by hi« falling into the fire, or
! by his attempting to «ave his little
'»■«ter from burning. Both stories
I ,uv told, and 1 don't know which is
correct. At nn.v rate, he overheard
tho remark of the pretty Treasury
clerk. Hemet her tlin same night at
a reception, nnd she found Mr. Ilrew
steraH entertaining n« ho wna ugly.
Aftern lew month« he proposed to
lier, nnd «lie nceopted him. nnd got
a flr«t-cln«H husband.
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It hits just eotno out flint it is the
custom in many parts of London
parishes for tho poor lioards to pro
ftbW b0(llod l'" U P»™
brooms and assign thenrn to sweep
« r ^ in crossings, making them sup
! l' or *' themsolvmi from wlmt they can
hrot 111 tliiH wny, ana ihn« roilucing
i • he workhouse expanses proportion
II Ich.
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Conghlag From Kar-Irritatlon.
Some cases of obstinate cough re
ponod by Dr. A. a Palmer show how
remurkably close are the relations to
each other of different parts of the body
tD< j demon urate the foly of Indiscriml
nately dosing symptoms. In the case of
oue patlent, forty-five years old. examl
nation of throat and lungs failed to re
vea , aliy causc of tUe cough (wh | C h was
accompauled with little expectation),
wb * n b X aocldent 11 was discovered that
lhe eM » w *ro much inflamed and very
a«nsitlve, and that slight -Irritation of
tliem followed by paroxysms of
coughing. The ears were treated and
tUa 6 cu * gh relf( . d . Two subsequent
cases of troublesome coughing, one of
which repeated consultation for sup
posed luu? trouble had been held, proved
to be due to ear disease.
When on ihr High Mess.
On the mil. on a steamboat, aboard a fiabing
•mack, or yachting on tha coast, II os tetter's
Siomsch Hitters will be fouud a reliable mean* of
averting and relieving ailments to which travel
er*. muriner» aud emigrants are peculiarly sub
y» et. bet captain», ship doctors, voysgers oa
sojourners lu th« tropics, and all about to en
counter uuaccllmated, an onarcuetotned or dan
gerous climate, should not ueglnct to avail them«
»elves of this safeguard of well ascertained aud
Jong-tried merit. Constipation, bliiouauesa, mal
arial fever, indigestion, rheumatUm and affections
of the bladder and kidney* are among the ail
ments which it eradicate*, and it may be resorted
to not only with confidence in Its remedial effica
cy, but alao In It* perfect freedom from every ob*
^ ( 101 ^ 1 « Ingredient, siuoe it is derived from
• pure»t and mon aaluUry sources. It coun
teract* tha effects of unwholesome food aud
water.
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Much charitv that begins st home U too '
feeble lo get out ot coors. i
wvowiwc-s capital
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>n*«i opo. ■!« •<! ">««» «• I
CS-Ä
ftaminry eve« applied for admiehion m ibotoughly
CAHiÄlI
CML\ ENNEs to be one of th© wealthier* otic« of us
tar m thi ewM. and crnamlr the moat fa voted a
P*w****\ Th. Uoiob pBciâc Kwiv.|r it
ï'w 1 »» u.
II..
UIEJKNNE, itul h«if«.iv u *tul low, offer.nr tha
be*l in«ehtmcut la ihe West We bave the best«
tcsM—co propyty latbodly. aad out
pneos aro «»«• lawor Ibaa that im^ed atny adit.-n
ip* W* are offer.ug only alternate block*, and to
reaponae we mil. io a bm.ted amount,
taka tawhUke in clear land* or cbattlc*. a «mail
ce»h payment, balance in one and two vein, at
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L lXD Ax d' TnniUBATIOS CO n Oe*
«■»«■•■» I». Colorado,
4 wei, emwb emu. vnoe eis^we
i„ 4 . u ,. t »ii. ( / n , »„m w.
, A le» day. ago Philip llelch«tin of W N.
V*» ^«7*1
S»f^ thîtSÏatoS butitâcrn i
•»«■««» Mat lie mkc -inning th?
ctpjtil UTiMof $ OO.iO). During it t month
I of February Mr. Kr leb «élu made a trip to
j New Orleans with the Indianapolis M.cuner
«h ,,r BO# #tjr, aud whit# there purchased a
«
, * 0 ,j acn.lin? word to hi* fricod to Inwct that
lu mo e t cktu he ?»te utile thought to th«
'/'»tier. Shortly »fier the lau drawlrc he
i f 1 " 1 "' 1 he held a ticket drawing a twentieth
jait of the c plul prite. Ile I. a prominent
(icrtn.n. well know.i In the city «nd »ujieme
«cerrtary of the ancient order of druld.uhich
F' r ««h | m* laigc circle of acquaintancca In
' c *. 1 '* M,: --— -—
„XÄ tLe^ÂÏ^
hate a drink."
fix Novels Free, will be »ent bv Cragin &
Co., Philsds., Pa., to any one In the C. 6. or
< ansda. postage j aid, 'ly>on receipt of 25
Dobbins' Electric Soap wrappers. See list of
novrls on circulars around each bar. Soap
for sale by all grocers.__
"Were you ever sandbagged I" "yes."
"Wien!" "When 1 bought that last lot of
Cue sugar from you."
Pbarlsee-I thank God I am not as ether
men. Publican—And so do they.
A Professor of acoustics ought to have
sound ideas.
Progress.
It Is very Important In this age of vast
materia! progress that a remedy be
leasing to the taste and to the eye, eas
taken, acceptable to the stomach and
healthy lu Its nature and effects. Pos
sessing these qualities, Syrup of Figs is !
the one perfect laxative and most ceutle
diuretic known.
P"
fly
a'
coat and eaiploy
- . kw foci, coupled with the cariy »dan*
*•»* State aaaurrd, m cauaiuf a ruah to
^iiKYENNCe hol hev rea**~ ä * - " — *»-
Even the rat has tome idea of the value of
bole-lncsa.
LICKl riiiLir.
U llaneH Kimraloiui ftou(li-2
VIA TUB
WABASH RAILROAD.
On April 2&1 and MaydDth the W«ba*h
»ÜI acli round trip ticket*. g«K>d for SO dart,
at Half Fat«, to ali l'oint* in Arkatif«*,
Tcxaa. Tcnn^^cc, Aluiiam*, Mi«»lft*ippi nnd
J-ouiftimtm. Excursion train, with reclining
chair and Pullman Buffet sleeping cars, will
lca\e Omaha at 4:15 p. tn , Council Bluffs at
?» p. m. on alo»e date*. Wiiteto undersigned
for a copy of the Southern liomcfcck
Guide, alfto for rate* and tickets to and from j
alt part« of Euro]© via «11 Hue*, at lowest
imtc*. G. N. ('i.AYiov,
Ticket Agcut,
1Ä02 Fnrnsm SL, Omaha» Neb.
Consider the lilies—how very expensive
they arc.
Rich? froirrant? fin*! an* tha
who
rranviona of thoaa
ok« "TanMir* Fuach" ftc. Cifar.
Christ preached Ills own life, and lived
His own sermon.
HOC CHOLERA.
tn lilt that« ware fifty mlUktn bo«» tn tha I'nltal
■lata«. It 1 » aaUniatad that l. 000 . 00 ft dla annually from
lha ho« plagua. Mnoh of tbc rink «Handln« ho« rata*
In« t» ovrrruma by Iba
Stock Fowl. Mr. O. M. Davla. Lyon*, Nabraaka: **I
hav« n«ad tha Garmon MoUlcatM Btook Food for
ahoata after th«y ftr» taken wlih th« ho« cholara, I
had Inal thirteen out of twenty-thra« tefore feed ln«
your food. After f«ad!n« 1 I oat but ona, thouffh tty
very tick. How ihr y «ra haart y and doing wall.**
W, W. t'ark, M. D , Union CVntor, til. i "Aftar a thor*
otiffh and oararul trial of tha Garmon Modi cat ad Stock
Food with »Ick ho««, 1 kata
In« It a tnarltorton« article. I m^mmmd it for ho«a
no doubt It la a^nally aa rood for all kin«!» of
Auk you» diMjr«i»t or daalar for !L IH lb. can
for fiic. Vrrr thaap In k©m* and baiTala. Hand for
prlCM and "Bow to Cura Ho« <'ho!•no, ,, Fra*. Oar
man Modu ln« Co., Mluna*t««ll». Minn.
of tho Garmon Me.liratad
hoftltancy In pronouno»
and have
•took,'*
Ittectrletty as a XTarl IFoatroyer.
In his electrical treatment of a wart,
Dr. Patrick of pppcln first moistens tt
with a warm solution ofsnlt,then thrusts
both noodles through it just above the
skin and gradually turns on the current
until pain is felt. Five cells are suffi
cient battery. In most cases two sit
ting* of five minutes each destroy tho
wart, wl/ich gradually dries up and falls
away._
Catarrh Can't he Cured
with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot
reach tho »cat of the dl»ea*e. Catarrh I» a blood
orcontt ituUonnl disease, and ill order to cure It
r »u have to take internal remédie». Hall'«
•tarrh cure is taken Internally, and acta direct
ly oti the blood and mucoti» surfaces. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is no quack medicine. It was
prescribed by one of the liest physicians In thi»
country for years, and Is a regular prescript ion,
It la composed of the best tonics known, com
bined with tlic heat blood purifiera, acting di
rectly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect
combination of the two ingredients Is what pro
dure» auch wonderful results in curing catarrh.
Send for testimonial» free. F. J. CHENEY ,fc
CO., Props., Toledo, O. Bold by druggists,
price 75c.
Mobbe'» School oüobi— klaue id our
large ihoe factory, at Omit, Nebraaka.
Atk your dealer for them. Eefuae to
take au y otberi. If not kept In your
town, write ui, taking where to get
them. They wear longer and fit better
than any olhèr thoet. Shoe* have al
ways been made too narrow. We make
them wide. A reward of Fifty Dol
lar», to gold, paid for every pair of our
own make of thoet that contain a parti
cle of shoddy, or anything but solid
leather. We make one bnndred and
fifty itylet of Women's, Mieses' and
Children's Sewed and Standard-Screw,
Grain, Glove, Kid and Gondola. Ele
gant ttyles. wide and good-fitting. We
also carry one bnndred and fifty ttyles
of Men's Goods, Iiubbers, Ac.
W. V. MOUSE A CO.,
Shoe Manufacturers, Omaha, Nebraska.
Wales' Goodyear Eubbers are the best.
Faith Is the Christian's foundation, and
tope Is bis anchor.
The easiest way to pray for happiness Is to
»ay, "Lord, make me Laeful."
A set-tack should merely serve to stiffen a
man's spinal column.
' ."P 1 * oI Scwc " lle l * 6 oIn S 10 tcU bI *
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* V ," 7 in s ?' ,,h *■*"""•
.1 My Isbor »»« fhortcr an 1 lew pslnful tb.n
I on two former occb.:ou.; phv. ci.u. s.ton
1 , Fr,en 4"
11 II worth its weight in ^oli. A'ldrc» Tbs
Br.dfield Re«. Co AiUmx Gb., tor psrtlc
ulart. Sold bj ail drilggllU.
tv# h.rc In »tock- e-<ksd rc«d* to .hin »
h,It 007011 «mail newspaper ouàu auitaiii«
i & Pï|' 1 "'»>' on of '° •»«» 07 '°
ÄJS?* AdSST" e0U "" T ' "*
Addre "
Our Hannah Jane.
Our llanuab Jane ni iblu acd weak,
Aud at by white her lip aud check.
We often thought—a-id thonïht w th pain,
"We eoo i must loose our H.uuuh Jane."
With cbmpe of <!octo.-s, change of air,
fchc (ought tor healing everyw here.
And. when our hope, woe almost past,
"Favorite Prescription" tiled st last.
It pave us Joy, It gave us hope,
She ce* aed to pine, she ceased to mope,
[Pierce's remedies arc sure and true]
Now Hannah Jane U goods* new.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription Is the
»nlv medicine for women, sold by druggists,
under s positive guarantee, from the manu- :
facturer», that It will give (at sfaction In I
every case, or money will be refunded. This |
guarantee has been printed om Ihe bottie
w rapper, aud faithfully carried out for many
years.
Dr. Pierce's Pellets—cleanse and regulate j
the stomach, bowel* and M stem generally, i
One s dose ; purely vegetable.
! widely known as an admirable remedy for
Bronchitis, Hoarseness, Coughs, and Throat
Troubles. Bold only In boxes.
grandest piano ever made had to be
by a tuning fork.
Th'
turn .
"Bnows's Bhoxciiiai. Tuocnre" are
XI*ii'ft doubt of God makes angels wonder.
When Baby «es rick, we gave her Castorta,
When Che «as c Child, chccried torCastoria,
When she bocame Hiss, eho dung to Csstoria,
When sha had Children, she gave them Cestorla,
An undigested pickle has often killed a
prayer meeting.
N-n f»*p*r#.
WasTBKX NzwsparzR Fttiow,
Omaha. Neb.
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KISSES*
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A prominent physician calls the kiss " an
elegant disseminator of disease." Ho says,
" fever is spread by it, so are lung diseases."
He maintains that if the kissing custom were
driven out of tho land " it would save one
tenth of one per cent of human lives " which
are now sacrificed. Out upon the gnarled
and sapless vagal Kind! Evidently kisses are
not for such as he, and the old fox save tho
grapes are sour. Lot him devote himself to
making our women healthy and blooming
that kisses may lie kisses. This can surely
be done by tho use of Dr. Pierre's Favor
Prescription which is simply magical
in curing; diseases peculiar to females.
After taking it for a reasonable length of
time there will bo no more irregularity,
backache, bearing-down sensations, nervous
prostration, general debility and kindred
ailments. "Favorite Prescription" is an
Invigorating, restorative tonic and as a
regulator and promoter of functional ac
tion at that critical period of change
from girlhood to womanhood, it is a
ito
Buffalo, N. Y.
a
\ 0 n 8 M\t DR. PIERCE'S PELLETS
mi
A\v<iwA\mo
Q\\Ü\B „
. „ t „ ünequaled a» a liver rill. Smalleat, rheapeat, Kaetcat
to.Tako. One tiny, Silgar-roatcd relie» a Donc. Cure» Mrk Headache,
mitona Headache, Const I pal Ion, indigestion, unions Attacha, and
derangement« ot tha stomach and bowola. ïô cents, by druggista.
OQ
Purely Vegetable and Perfectly Harmless.
a
5 t JACobs oil,
Cures
Backache.
Backache.
Backache.
Martinez. CÜL, October 2.1M8.
I could hardly walk or lie down from lame
back ; a uttered several weeks, fct. Jacobs OU
permanently cured ma, other remedies hav
ing talledto do *>. FRE D. HITTMAN.
Cloverdale, lnd. a Feb. 8,1887.
From a bad cold pain* settled in my back
and I suffered greatly ; confined to bed and
could hardly move or turn. I tried Ht. Jacobs
OU. which cured me. I do not fear recurrence.
MHS. P. M. KEIN HEIM Eli.
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A Truo Combination of MOCHA,
JAV A and RIO.
Ficture Card Given
With every pound package. For
Gale every whore. VmUiEiumCOcUL.O.
S1MMEADA0HE
Ä . ———03iro«lilvrl, e»iP«*dby
p À DTÎTD O lb **» e utile pm*.
Wnill i llU They ai*o relieve Dis
* » w tre** from l>y»pep«U.In -
fli gestion aud TooHeart;
Ealizig. A perfect rem
edy for l):z~iue*s.N*u*e*
l>row«lu«se*. Iiad TabU
In the Mouth. Coated
Tongue,p*in jn the Side.
TOKHD LIVER. The?
régule te the Bowel*.
Purely Voce table.
Price 2R Cent«.
iTTLE
IVER
PljUS.
CASTES HEDICHTE Cl, FEW 70 SE.
Small Pill. Small Dose. Small Price.
SIOUX CITY ENGINE WORKS.
FOUNDRY DEPARTMENT. »«äSä&SSS à«
Building Castings and Heavy Contract Work a Specialty.
SIOCX CITY, IOWA.
to 20 ton*.
Send lor circular and estimates.
pnws BEMEDY FOB CATAEBH-—Best Easiest to use.
* Cheapest. Belief is lmmeduite. A cure Is certain. For
Cold in the Head it has no equal.
1
■ It is an Ointment, of which a small particle Is applied
nostrils. Price, 60 c. Sold by druggists or sent by mall.
Address. E. T. Hazel/ ink, Warren,
r&
«
AVTttE LARGEST SÉLLIKi.
OF BlKDlHG' iTwIKE. . TO .
Consumershouse.
^ARTH .WE. ASK AIL USERS
TO GET OUR PRICES BUORf 1 BUYING
✓ .
!h
t
■it
for ft copy of Twine. Talk np 25 .
our 54 o .page. Buyers " Guide, is now^readt
(wiihfiT - 2 "lbs^AND .WILL BE SENT UPON RECEIPT OJ^
15 ,/CENTS ,_T 0 PAY PO 5 TAG L'IgrIEK PRESSHGL.
WRITE.
W; yaili5h nttif.r lists is follows.
Siltitt c u;tfBfn»t«ri-i.î» »>
Aonctiltürdl^CmplBir.EnTSj
z.- Bityclçs iis«-»* «»»bttit ft-çe >
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perfeolly safe remedial agent and can
produce only good results. It is carefuUv
compounded, by an experienced and skillful
physician and adapted to woman's delicate
organisation. It is purely ■vegetable in its
composition and perteetlv harmless in any
condition of the system. It imparts strength
to tho whole system. For overworked,
" worn-out," " mn-down," dehilitatod teach
ers, milliners, dressmakers, seamstresses,
" shop-girls," housekeepers, nursing mothers,
and feeble women generally, Dr. Pierce'»
Favorite Prescription is the greatest earthly
boon, being unequaled as an appetising
dial and restorative tonic. It is the
medicine for women, sold by druggist,
under a positive guarantee from Use
manufacturers, that it will gl
in every case, or money wil
This guarantee has booh faithfully carried
out for many years.
A Book of 100 pages, on "Woman and
Her Diseases," and their Self-cure, sent,
post-paid, to any address, securely united in
a plain envelo|*e, on rooeipt of ten cents,
in stamps. Address, World's Disi-ensary
Medical Association, 063 Main Street,
01 r
Mh
ve satisfaction
11 bo refunded.
DüE.C.WEST'S
NERVE AND BRUIN TREATMENT . 1
fcpetrffl-? for Hysteria. Dtsxln*M,FlU. KvandgU, W*k*
f ulnae«, Mental pepreeeion. Softening of Ute Brain, re
sulting In Insanity and landing to mlsary decay and
death. Premature Old Age, Barrenness. Loss of Power
ln «Über sex. Involuntary 1a>*m»s, and Kprrwatoj /bo %
caused by over-exertion of the brain, sef-aboe or
'-indo Ignace. £ach box contains one month's treat,
nsent. $1 a box. or six for $&. sent by mall prepaid,
with each order for six boxe«, win sand purchaser
guarantee to refund money if the treatment fails I*
care. Ouaran tees leaned and genuine »old only by
_ GOOOJ1AN DJMJG («,
OMAHA, NEB.
lllO Farnavn Btreet,
I prescribe and felly en.
dorse Big 1i as tiie only
specific for tbe certain
of this dlseaee.
21'"I O.U. 1NORAHAM.M d.,
Amsterdam, N. Y.
We have sold Big Q for
CkeaimlOa. many years, and It baa
■ r»»" the beat of Mtia
m {action.
D. R. DYCHE A CO.,
Chicago, III*
•1.00. Bold by hruggists.
The oldest medicine in the world is probably
Dr. Isaac Thompson's
ELCBKATED EVE WATE
Ti.it erticle la a carefully prepared Physician's pre*
•crl ptlon. and baa been in constant uee nearly a century.
< AI TIO.n —The only genome Tbompson's E ym
Water bas upon the white wrapper of each bottle an
enyrsved portrait of the inventor. Du Isaac TnoMPSor.
with a /ac timilf of bis signature; also a note of band
tinned John L. Thompson. Avoid all other*. The gen*
Eye Water can be obtained from ail Kruggiata.
JOHN l.THOMPSON,SONS&C 0. f TROY, N.Y.
In
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I TO ft DATS.
Mr, Ml, by She
Trod.
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60LDIER8' :i
HOMESTEADS. 6 ' L '"' r
Ob méêÊk
DETECTIVES
! VutH t* «»try Co««ty «hr»»« men to »et no4«r taetr netten«
I* «a» (Ktii Kipmn:i cat a.e-a*ary ParUralare fnm.
Graaaaa EMUctlva Bareaa Co. 11 ircii« KtdBUtft.0
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k" Ai CI VU JOHN H.TIOHHI*,
CilOlUll tVmhincloB, D.t.
Successfully Prosecutes Claims.
Lat« Principal Examiner u. 8. Pension Bureau«,
yrs iu lost war, 15 adjudk-atuc c'sums, atty IM*
STANLEY'S NEW BOOK! âT-îli'-îîS
ft* cte. for outllL J. X. FILES CH k CO, OmahA, 5«h*
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Aud olher Advertised Spo-UUU, Are th«
Ue«t In tha World,
bon* e*nnla. "Ii-*' "*î n v »nd Prie u, phmi*ä
tot««. SOLD KV EKWYhRKK. Ir .oor du!« *IU
Bol , ;pi'lT TO«. ,rnd ro>ul for tnitr i.-t.oo, ho> «•
buy ditect from lh» f*rr-vrv without ©xtr* -horsr©
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ELECTRIC BELT
AIVD SI*»1"KIV»01»T.
PZTtNTED AUC. 16, I8S7, lMPBOV/0 July 30. ISS9.
BR. OWEK S ILICTKO.
< OAI.VA.MC BODY BELT
•Vakd susfexsorx -in
y*** All Rheumatic Com«
r l * ïnU - kumbAfo.General
Upland KcrTcu* Debility,
raFr Coït iTfsea». Xidcey
Dioeaaea, Kenmutn©**,
J»V' TrcnUiifi Sexual Ex
bauation. Wattinf of
_ . _J£e«*e* eac*e4 by IndiacteLoca im
Married or Pirria life.
»KVT TO Rr*rOX*l*I.B riBTin OX 80 OAT* TR1U»
dr.owkV« electric insoles
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Alsonn IK ctrio Trus« «nd ••It Combined*
H«n<l *©. peeing«
mb t vrulu plata
OVTEM ELECTRIC BELT k APPLIANCE CO.
?OÜ North Broadway ST ZX)UZA. Ma
©30 Broadway, NEW YORK CITY.
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•«*1*4 ear*l*r«. klroliea this paper. A<S4rM#
L EWIS' 98 % LYE
ransm zxs raraca
8 (PATENTS!»)
The strongf staud puresil.ye
made. WUl make the let
I perfumed Hard Soap in 20
minutes uTfhout Itotllna.
It 1» ttic best for disinfect
ing sinks, closets, drains,
washing paint, softening
water, etc.
PENNA. SALT XTG CO.
Gen. Agts., Phi la, Pa.
la onl«r t* l«ara bow tn *ny fwjpl# r**d *4«
xerUMBvnta, I will wad frt* of all ebar;« t>£
nail, to «ach oa* wbo »Ule« ix which patwr t'.-Ul
Dr» Color.
DYE
TO
oS.r liu IMS nsLl 10 cast Iwi
n-ok o, CSV, Birds
■ Book «1 Harze«, Cm *n J RjnUrr, and «••
EinloM of A mica Cwrt rta*t«r, er a 10 ceil Imi of Com
Planter. Dr. FRON EFIELD, 400 K. JU St. rhiladtlphîa To,
laeeator et th* te*t H*me. CatÜ« and Foaltnr Fowsler 1«
U hr nail, or 4 doM* FRUS.
lk>«k oa Do*», oa*
LIVE
tba world. Larjs papan 25
IT 1« CSKI» by CKIL
niiCA*» 1 111 1 . 1 » Kl v
Thousands *f faune turn u4
RV D 00D
In Ut* V. 8 . A os.*
ikeir liras and tk«*r hralth and
thtlr hnpplMas to Rid«* s Ko©«
Utrlr 4*11» dle| In Isfssry
and « hlld hood hn»tr.« h*m
kid«« s Food- if Dmcglatn.
up- W«h4II.RICI|
At ( Ü, I'alnsrr, Msis.
it..
ir I» 1 MK intime. UHU, l.\
all cuirraiaa.
taiQM AN'S FRIEND.—Someth In« every ladF
n should hare. Is beln« used br Hundred» ot
Ladles to-dST- Sure to keep you reiiulsr. never falls
No trouble to use It. Oalr genuine Women s Snlva.
Priced. Care of Bo* tW. Amsterdam, N. T.
\Y. N. On Omaha,
jîïït
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