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THE UPPEK DEB MQlNES. ALGQKA, IQWA t WEBM|lgDAlr» MAY 20, THE NEWS OF THE COUNTY T, May 19.— F. M. Butts returned home from Chicago last week. They are fafctotig preparations to move sometime about the 1st of June. ft. "turner and son, Robt., nro visiting friends In Illinois at present. Everything needs rain. A good shower would be of great benefit to crops in this fcart 6f the county. Farmers say their com is coming tip hlcely. Four teams and wagons of emigrants passed through our town today going east. Starved out in Dakota was the cry. They are going back to eastern Iowa again to start over. j. H. Ward arrived homo from Chicago today, F. A. Corey and his brother, Charley, have recently purchased a thoroughbred trotting horse of J. W. Leech of Hennepln, Putnam county, 111. The horse has got n good pedigree. It will bo but a short time till the boys will show the people of Kossuth county one of the finest bred horses in the west. The farmers' alliance trustees have boon taking un inventory of the stock of goods recently purchased of Mr. Mutts. It will be but a short time till they will bo running with a full hoiifl of Btoam. Markets! Wheat, 80@8Bo; oats, -iOc; corn,GOci barley, C0@55c; flax, 95c; eggs, lie; butter, Iflo; hay, *5.F>0; hogs, JI.10. B. F. Hood and Dr. McCoy wore in our town Monday of this week on business. The sick of our town aro nearly nil ablo to bo around. • E. F. Bacou has Just received a carload of Stoughton wagons. This is the largest invoice of wagons any of our dealers have received at any one lime. HulTiilo BUFFALO FOJIK, April 18.— Seeding and corn planting aro well out of the way and now the farmers nro sign tug for a little rain to make things grow. There will bo considerable breaking done and put in to flax. The Mite society mot with Mrs. Fox last Thursday, but owing to tho busy times only part .of tho members woro present. Tho next meeting will bo with Mrs. Mnnloy. Tho proverb that " Hopodof erred Makoth tUo Heart Sick," might bo appropriately applied to our creamery. We will not hazard an opinion again us to when It will bo ready to open, but as ono of tbo men whoso Inminoss is putting In machinery has boon at work tho lust few days, wo lire in hopes to soon soo tho smoke and hour tho whistle. T. H. Adams of Dos Moinos, who has boon •engaged to make tho butter this summer, camo lust Wednesday. As ho lias hud sfevorul yours exporionco in tho business, tlio company woro fortunate in securing his florvlcos for this Benson. Mrs. Buttorilold luul tho misfortune to stop on a nail thut had boon driven through a board and thrown upon tho ground near the creamery. Tho nail went nearly through her foot making hor u cripple for several days. Moral: Don't leave boards with nails in them lying around tho premises. Ono of E. B, Eddy's colts managed to I'iiiBO n comotion in tho family by fulling into tho cistern one day lust week. They 'succeeded in getting it out without uny sorious duuingo. _ LicnvAuo. Muy 18. — Duulap Bros, have over fiOl) acres broken and sown to flux. They will sow about 800 ucres. Tho much talked of stcuin breaker with '150 homo power engine arrived last week and is at work for Gnuiuis & Palmer. Tho owners wore hardly capable of running tho machine tit 11 rat, but now they uro doing good work and breaking about '10 acres a dny. Tho lumber is on the ground for tho now school house, and tho contractor will have it up in u wor.'k ov ton di'.ya. Wilson & Wesley are at work furnishing tho people with flowing wells which uro easily got ut this placo. Sigstud Bros, passed through hero yesterday onrouto for Swim Luke with over 1800 head of cattle. There aro more settlers coming in tho north part of tho county this your than there has boon for tho last ten. Zuist Bros, uro broaklng up an eighty which they bought this spring. Gus. Erongroou is tho proudest man in town over tho arrival of u 1!3 pound girl baby. Crops are suffering for want of ruin, especially tho hay crop which was cut down by tho frost, Flux which was sown on breaking over throe weoks ago has not yet sprouted. _ ].<uYoriie> .LuVi'.r.NH, Muy 18.— W. B. Parson has •just finished a largo house near llonwlck, and will begin work on ono oust of LuVerno for Adam Marty tho first of tho week. C. Dimlor wont to Fort Dodgo Saturday to bo gone for a few days. Win. Diinlcr and G, W. Simmons drovo \:M to tho hub Sunday. Frank Grnw of Britt came down Sunday morning to spend tho day, likely with his best girl. Wm. Patton lost one of his best work horses this week. Chris Boats of Fort Dodgo was in town on business last week. Goo. Whitoainn of Ovorton, Nob., un old chum of n. V. Scott in the custom states, ttud whom he bus not soon for ton or twelve years, is visiting Mr. Scott for a few days. G. W. Hauna sold a half section of land in Hancock county last week to Uobert Hughs, and Bob will uommouco breaking the first of the wook. Win. Brummond is building u now olttco' At ills lumber yard. Iiiohty & Guthrio liavo added u tin shop to their hardware store, and they have un experienced tluuor ut tho holm. The masons arrived last week to commence tho foundation on C. H. Lichty's new residence. M. B. & A. Luchsiuger are treating' their store front to u new coat of paint, which improves the looks of it. . JMrs. J. C. Raymond had a very sorious accident Wednesday afternoon. While taking a buggy ride with her two girls the horses became frightened and tan away throwing them all out, hurting Mrs. Raymond pretty bad, cutting her face and Head considerable, but the girls escaped with a few scratches. Tho buggy was a total wreck. Our streets are undergoing repair under tho supervision of our marshal. Dr. Lacy has commenced work on the cellar for his new residence in the north end of town. Miss Lottie 'Eggerth now occupies her new building Just completed, and fitted up the front with a neat stock of millinery goods. D. A. Duttman is packing up his household goods and will move to Blue Earth City, where ho has a situation in business there. Success, Dave, to you all. CONSUL HAKKA'B OOUNTBY, A Description of a Jjtttla Known Ijftiid—Nothing Smnll About IjH- Gunyrn. A correspondent of tho State Lender writes a full account of Vetizuela in .a late issue, and gives our newly appointed consul as many compliments as could bo naked of a democrat. Tho sketch is entertaining and will servo to give an idoa of ono state we nro to open up for our produce in tho near futuro. Tho writer says: Vonzuola lies noar our southern border and is tho very gateway of commerce taotwoon tho United States and other republics o£ South America. It has an area of 032,807 square miles, and is nearly throo times tho size of Texas. Tho state of Vermont could bo placed fifty-five times within its borders with plenty of room to spare. Its population, now nearly 4,000,000, is increasing rapidly by the influx of desirable emigration from Europe and the United States. Tho government is modeled somewhat after our own. As in the United States, there aro three co-ordi- nato branches ot government—tho executive, tho loftiBlulivo and judicial. At tho head of tho executive is a president, assisted by eight ministers and a federal council. A congress of two houses, consiriting of tho senate (twenty-four members) and the chamber of deputies (fifty-two.) Though tho Roman Catholic is tho religion of tho state, liberty of worship is guaranteed by law; and there is probably about as little religious intolerance as in our own land. Vonox.uola has a free school system with compulsory attendance and ample provision is made for elementary education. In addition to this, there are five universities and over 40 colleges under government control, besides other public and private institutions for higher education. From this it will bo soon that Mr. Hanna has not been accredited consul to a race of barbarians. In a commercial sense his office is most important. Mr. Elaine's " option on free trade," as Rhot Clarkson puts it, will bo secured if within the possibilities of diplomacy. With that policy Mr. Hanna is in full accord, and the growing trade between this country and Vonzuola will 'afford him an ample field for tho exercise of his talents. With freo trade (Elaine's reciprocity) between ourselves and South American states, wo will receive from Vonzuola. all kinds of tropical fruits, sugar, colfee, cocoa, indigo, cinchona, cootchous, cocoa nuts, balsam plants, timber, hides, skins and minerals. In return we will send them grain, bread-stuffs, provisions, petroleum and manufactured articles. This " is a consummation devoutly to bo wished" as it will enlarge tho boundaries 6f our trade, increase tho demand for our products, raise tho price of labor and add to the general prosperity. The importance of a consulate upon which (Involves such extensive and varied interests, can scarcely be over estimated. La Guuyra is tho principal seaport of Venezuela and by carriage road is live or six miles from Caracas, tho national capital, though by rail the distance iw twonty-throo miles; the railroad be- itig 0110 of the nioiit wonderful in tho world in point of construction and engineering .skill. The situation of La- Guayru is most delightful. Of tho approach to tho city from the sea a recent writer has tho following: " Tho approach to La Guayra is very impressive and beautiful, for mountains climb from tho water's edgo. Tho highest of these isLu Silla (tho saddle,) HO called because of tho shape of its summit. It presents ono of tho sublim- ofit spectacles that can be soon upon tho earth's surface, being the loftiest peak that arises anywhere directly from the son, Tho reader can judge of tho spectacle by imagining Pike's Peak situated on Long Branch within only a few hundred foot of tho roadway between the billows and its base. A description of tho quaint old city of La Guayra can be read in one of tho most remarkable novels, " Westward Ho," by Rev. Chas. Klngsley, whoso descriptions of life and Hconory of tho Spanish main aro unsurpassed. Wo only wish to add that La Guayra has all the improvements of a modern city, including street cars and electric lights. The traveler hero sees tho fifteenth and nineteenth centuries brought closely together—tho quaint old buildings of tho early Spaniards contrasting vividly with tho architecture of tho present day. In 1883 the population of La Gimyra was 14,000. In 1800, 50,000. Four miles from La Guayra, on tho other side of a capo that juts sharply out from tho base of tho mountain into tho ocean, is the little village of Mnouto, tho favorite watering place and only seaside resort in Venezuela. A tramway over which cars aro drawn by u dummy engine connects tho village with its more populous neighbor tho two places are also connected by a boulevard along tho beach more beautiful and picturesque than tho drives at Long Branch, Saratoga or Ear Harbor. Caracas, the capitol and commercial city of Venezuela, lies upon tho breast of the mountain La Silla, and has an elevation above tidewater of 3,000 feet. It is from Liv Guayra in a direct line but five or six miles. The mountains on tho north and oast side lift their heads nearly 9,000 feet, and on the south about 6,000. Tho climate of Caracas is delightful, surpassing that of tho City of Mexico, and is equal to tho most favorable points in Italy. The moan temperature is sixty-six degrees in winter and seventy-one in summer. A gentleman now in our city who has lived in that part of Venezuela says, "The climate is tho most delightful in the world." Tho population of Caracas is 100,000. /v np ^XLl-V* • And don't forget it ; keep your eye continually upon tnis space, and remember that JONES HE PAYS THE FREIGHT I McOormick Harvesting Machine Co., 1831 J. I, Case Threshing Machine Co., - 1842 A, A. Cooper, wagons, - 1840 P. P. Mast & Go,, cultivators, etc,, - 1843 James Selby & Co., planters, etc., - 1850 D. S, Morgan & Co., mowers, Hearst, Dunn & Co., planters, John Deere^ plows, etc., Moline Wagon Co., wagons, etc., - - 1865 1834 - 1860 1854 vJ. Of the New Wigwam at Algona, Iowa, is agent for the above well-known and reliable institutions. Compare this list with anything you have seen, and then decide where to buy your farm implements for the season of 1891. «®" I am agent for J. A. Hamilton's Hardwood Lumber and Wood, a full stock of which will be kept constantly on hand. TOPICS OF THE TIME. Itauy is Sick. Tho woeful expression of a Dos Moines teamster's countenance showed his deep anxiety was not wlthcrat cause, when he Inquired of a druggist of tho same city what was heist to give a baby for a cold. It was not necessary for him to say more; his countenance showed that tho pet of the family, if not tho idol of his life, was in distress. "Wo give our baby Chamberlain's Cough Remedy," was the druggist's answer. " I don't like to give tho baby such strong medicine," said the teamster. " You know John Oleson of tho Waters-Talbot Printing company, don't you?" Inquired the druggist. " Hia baby, when eighteen months old, got hold of a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and drank tho whole of It. Of course it made the baby vomit very freely, but did not Injure It In tho least, and what is more It cm'ed the baby's cold." The teamster knew already tho value of the remedy, having used it" himself, and was now satisfied that there was no danger in giving It oven to a baby. For sale by F. W. Dlngley. He Wants It Known. Mr. J. II. Struub, a well-known Gorman citizen of Fort Madison, Iowa, was terribly afflicted with Inflammatory rheumatism when Mr. J. F. Salmon, a prominent druggist there, advised him to use Chamberlain's Pain Balm. One bottle of it cured him. His case was a very severe one. He suffered a great deal, and now wants others similarly afllfcted to know what cured him. Fifty cent bottles for sale by F. W. Dlngley. Atohlson Globe: 13very man knows of a good use to which some other man might put his money. A Fatal Mistake. Physicians make no more fatal mistake than when they Inform patients that nervous heart troubles come from the stomach and are of little consequence. Dr. Franklin Miles, the noted Indiana specialist, has proved the contrary in his new book on " Heart Disease," which may be had free ut if. W. Dlngley's who guarantees and recommends Dr. Miles' unequaled New Heart Care, which has the largest sale of any heart remedy in the world. It cures nervous and organic heart disease, short breath, fluttering, pain or tenderness In the side, arm or shoulder, irregular pulse, fainting, smothering, dropsy, etc. Ills Restorative Nervine cures headache, (Us, etc. 'J * Short Horn Cattle. Sixty head of short horn cattle at public sale at HurnbOldt on May 28, 1891. Eighteen hulls from 12 to 20 months old, 42 cows and heifers, besides several calves that will be sold with their dams. Cattle all good, from good families. All from the celebrated Glen farm and Boniebrae herds. These herds have been headed for several years by imported Cruickshunk bulls. Catalogues containing full pedigrees and railway time card for Humboldt will bo sent on application. Sale will be on the fair ground and will be under cover. Lunch at 12 m. Sale to commence at 1 p. m. Terms of sale: One year's credit at eight per cent, interest. JONES & LOWDER, Humboldt, Iowa. J. J. SMART, Dakota City, Iowa. Campani, an old time sport, and Stevens, a reporter for a Chicago paper, who are walking from Chicago to Omaha on a wager, passed through Clinton last Thursday, and at that point the old sporting man and ox-pedestrian was some fourteen miles ahead. They aro allowed nine days to make the trip. Consumption Cured. An old physician, retired from practice, hav ing had placed in his hands by au East India missionary the formula of a simple vegetable remedy for the speedy and permanent cure of consumption, bronchitis, catarrh, asthma, aud all throat and lung affections, also a positive and radical cure for nervous debility and all nervous complaints, after having tested its wonderful curative powers in thousands of cases, has felt it his duty to make it known to his suffering fellows. Actuated by this motive and a desire to relieve human suffering, I will send free of charge, to all who desire it, this recipe, in German, French, or English, with full directions for preparing- and using. Sent by mail by addressing with stamp, naming this paper. W. A.'Noyes, 820 Powers' Block, Rochester, N. Y. How to Succeed. This Is the great problem of life which few satisfactorily solve. Some fall because of poor health, others want of luck, but the majority from deficient grit—want ot nerve. They are nervous, Irresolute, changeable, easily get the blues and " take spirits down to keep the spirits up," thus wasting mrney, time, opportunity and nerve force. There la nothing like the Restorative Nervine, discovered by the great specialist, Dr. Miles, to cure all nervous diseases, as headache, the blues, nervous prostration, sleeplessness, neuralgia, St. Vltus dance, Ills, and hysteria. Trial bottles and line book of testimonials free at K. W. Dlngley's drug store. 2 * Miles' Nerve and Liver .Pills Aet on a now principle-regulating the liver, stomach, and bowels through the nerves. A new dls covery. Dr. Miles' Pills speedily cure biliousness- bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipation. Unequaled for men, women, and children. Smallest, mildest, surest! Fifty doses 25 cents. Samples free at P. W. Dlngley's drug store. Yonkors Statesman: When a woman wants to drive anything out of the house sho " shoos" It. A man usually boots it. ORIGINAL NOTICE. STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTH COUNTY.— District Court, in vacation.—-Wm. O. Darnell, administrator of the estate of Wesley S. Hall, against Blnora Fauts, Thomas Hall, Minerva Hall, Rosa Egglestou, Chas. Hall, John Hall, Cora Hall, Bert Hall, Emma Pyle, J. Pile, and Busted Hall.—In Probate. To said defendants: -You are hereby notified that a petition in the above entitled action aud proceeding is now on file in the office of the clerk of said court, asking tliat said Wm. O. Darnell, as administrator of the estate of Wesley S. Hall, be authorized, empowered, and directed to sell the following veal estate to pay tho debts of said estate, to-wit: The east half of the northwest quarter, and tho northwest quarter of the northeast quarter, all in Section No. Thirty-four, Township No. One Hundred, north of Range No. Twenty-eight, west of the 5th P. M., Iowa. And an order having been made in tho district court of Kossuth county, Iowa, fixing the 8th day of July, 1801, at Emmetsburg, In Palo Alto county, Iowa, before the Hon. Geo. H. Carr, judge, as the time aud place of the hearing of said petition, unless you appear thereto aud defend at said time and place, default will be entered against you aud Judgment rendered thereon, and said application granted and sale of said Tell your Grocer you must have "SANTA CLAVS." /Jtike Humpty Dumpty ^__^__. m the wall, FAII tfye soaps have a great fail leijSANTA.CLAUS SOAP conges tfjeir way; For |AIRBANiVS SOAP has come to stay MADE ONLY BV •CHICAGO, STOVES ARE THE BEST. Made in 45 Styles. PRICES FROM .84.00 TO ©33.00. SOLD EVERYWHERE. Inquire of your Dealer. Made ly CEO. CHICAGO. real estate ordered as prayed. La Grippe Again. During the epidemic of La Grippe last season, l)r King's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs, and Colds, proved to be tho best remedy. HeportH tram the many who used It confirm this statement. They were not only quickly relieved, but the disease left no bad after results. We usk you to gWe this remedy a trial and we guarantee that you win be satlslled with results, or the pur- :lmse price will be refunded. It has no equal In iv grippe, or nny'Tliroiit, Chest or Lung trouble. Trial bottles free at L. A, Sheetz 1 drug store. Large bottles, 50 cents and SI. 2 Happy Iloosici's. Wm. Tlmmons, postmaster of Idavllle, Ind., writes: "Electric Bitters has done more for me Imn all other medicines combined for that bad feeling arising from kidney aud liver trouble." John Leslie, farmer and stockman of same place, says: " Kind Electric Bitters to be the best kidney and liver medicine; it made me feel like u new man." J. W. Gardner, hardware merchant, same town, says: "Electric Bitters U just the thing for n man who Is all run down aud don't care whether lie lives or dies." He found new strength, good appetllo, and felt Just like he had a new lease on life, Only 50c a bottle at Dr. Sheetz'. 2 E. CLARKE, Atty. for Plaintiff. SHERIFF'S SALE. Notice is hereby given that ou the Kith, day of June, 1801, at 1 o.clock p. in., at the court honso iu Algoua, Kossuth county, Iowa, will be sold at public auction, to the highest aud best bidder for cash, tho following described real estate, levied upon and taken by virtue of a general execution Issued from the office of the clerk of the district court within aud for Kossuth county, Iowa, in favor of H. H. Sickels, trustee, and against the property of C. K. Nollis and H. A. Nellis, to wit: The west half of the northwest quarter of Section No. Four, in Township No. Ninety-live, north of Range No. Thirty, west of the 5th P. M. in Kossuth county, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy said writ of execution and all accruing costs. M. STEPHENS, Sheriff of Kossuth County, Iowa. May 20,1801. 8tS Arnica Salve. The best salve in the world for cuts, bruises, uores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chilblains, chapped bands, corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively cw<*.s piles, or no pay Is required. It is guaruntocu to give perfect satisfaction, or money rofuini>'il. Price 25 cents per box. Sold by Dr. Sheetz, druggist, Algona. Puck: Never break your word—unless you cau do it where a hyphen will fit it nicely. Knglltih Spavin Liniment Removes all hard, soft, or calloused lumps or blemish"! from horses, blood spavin, curbs, splints, Sweeney, ring bone, stifles, sprains, all swollen throats, etc. Save $50 by use of one battlit; warranted. Tho most wonderful blein- sh cure ever known, Sold by Dr. Sheetz. Itch cured in 30 minutes by Wolford's Sanl ttiry Lotion. Sold by Bv. Sheetz. Kstruy Notice. Two colts came into my inclosure, one gray and ono sorrel. The owner will come and. prove property. Two one-half miles southeast of Burt. May 6, 1891. C. S. and TIME NOTICE. This is to give notice to all concerned that I have given my son, Frederick Hutchiuson, his "•••e, and hereafter pay uo debts contracted by i, nor claim any of his earnings. J. B. HUTCHINSON. time, him Algona, May 5,1801. Gt3 tflOOO.OO a year IB being made by John R. Ciooa\vlii,Truy,N.Y.,atwork for ui. lliulir, you lutiy tun uiukc at much, but we can teach'Tou quickly liovr to cam from 99 to »10 > ilny at tho ttnrt, and more >> you go on. Both »IM, nil ivgei. In any put of [America, you uiu comiut'itce ut home, glv- 'lui! ill your ilmo.or Biuro momtnti only to Hit work. All U new. (Ireat )i>y SIHK for «>ery worker. We .itart you, furnUhlujr eveiJIblnK. KA8II.V, 81'EKUILY l.«rnt(l. I'AKl'ICULAllS F1IEE. AddrtM K onci, STl.NSON * 10., I'OltTLANU, JU1NE. A T K A« ! I undertake to briefly teach uny fairly Intelligent penon of either •ux, who can read and write, and vho, {after Instruction, will work induitriouilr, _. ,-r-. — ^- -- how tp cam 'J'lirte Tbouiaiil Uollan > Tear In thelrown localltlu.whcrcver they live.1 will alio furuiih the iltuatlon or en>]iloymcni,at which you can earn that amount. No mouey for me unleii luccciiful ai above. Kailly and quickl learned. I deilro but one worker from each dUtrict or county. litre already tauiht and provided with aniploynent a lar number, whoaro'm»klnKOv.r»8000.year each. H'»Jf JE l ' """'' 1 * 5 - AUre i 1 , r « t <">» Alain*. jgHOBT-FOBM MORTGAGES— The beat lor chattel work. Always In stock at the Upper peg Howes owe. UH10A SOUARtttY LOUIS LESSING, Agent. FINAL PROOF NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given that tho following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the clerk of tho district court of Kossuth county, Iowa, at Algona, on June 18, 1801, viz: Miles W. H. Haiues, Homestead Entry No. 852, for the w^ of nwU of Sec. I), Twp. 00 north of R. 20 west. Ho names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said laud, viz: Lev! Hartwell of'Al- gona, Ed. Patterson of Algoua, Samuel Patterson of Algona, P. Ward of Algoua. Any person who desires to protest against the allowance of such proof, or who knows of any substantial reason, under the law and the regulations of the interior department, why such proof should not be allowed, will be given an opportunity at the above-mentioned time and placo to cross-examine tho witnesses of said claimant, aud to offer evidence in rebuttal of that submitted by claimant. OtO D. M. FOX, Register. R IDD'S GERM KKADICATOR" POSI tively cures all diseases—because it kills all genus, bacteria, parasites, microbes, and animalculiB in the system, which the promt iieiit physicians in convention agreed was the cause of all disease. The air, water, vegetables and fruit are full of these little worms, oausing catarrh, consumption, diabetes, and Blight's disease, cuucers, tumors, aud all so called incurable diseases. (Never known to fail to cure consumption, catarrh, kidney troubles and syphilis.) Retailed in $2, $3, and to sizes, sent anywhere ou receipt ot price. This is the only genuine article; all others a.re dangerous counterfeits. Dr. Slieotz issues guarantees to cure all ailments for Kidd's Germ Eradicator for the manufacturers. M ONEY FURNISHED— AT SEVEN PER CENT. CENT. INTEREST. At KossutU County Bank. Apply ut ouce. D. H. HAD LEY, M. D., Assistant. (Regular Graduates. Registered.) The Leading Specialist of the West. Private, Blood, Skin and Nervous Diseases. V YOUNG MES \\rno by thelrown nets of Imprudence or folly suffer from Nervous Debility, Exhausting drains upon tho fountains of life, affecting the mind, body and manhood, should consult tho celebrated Dr. Hath,away at once. Remember nervous diseases (with or with- £ut dreams) or de- lllty and loss of nerve power, treated scientifically, by new methods, with great success. . , It makes no differ- >enco what you hava taken or who lias failed to cure you. X,OST MANHOOD and all weakness of tha sexual organs absolutely cured. FEMALE DISEASES cured at homo without Instruments; a wonderful remedy. CATAKHH and Diseases of the Skin, Blood, Heart, Liver and Kidneys. SYPHILIS. The most rapid, eaf o nnd effectlva remedy. A complete cure guaranteed. SKIN DISEASES of all kinds cured -where Others hare failed. TJNNATUItAZ. DISCHARGES promptly cured In a few days. Quick, sure and safe. TUa Includes Gleet and Gonorrhcoa. MY METHODS. Free consultation nt the ofllco or by mnll. Thorough examination and careful diagnosis. .. That each patient treated gets the advantage of Bpecjal study and experience, and a specialty Is mada of his or her disease. A home treatment cau be given lu a majority of esses. Send for Symptom Blank No. 1 for Men. °—•' — ° SforWomen, 3 for 8km Diseases. — iwered promptly. Business Strictly confidential. Medicine sent free from ousel* vatlon. Refer to banks In Sioux City. Address or call on J. N. HATHAWAY, M. D.. Cot*, dtU uud Nebi'uaUu, at*., SiouxGUy, la. It has oermimontly cured THOUSANDS of cases pronounced liy doctors hopeless. It'you liiu'o nroi'nonitory symptoms, such as Ooiitfli, Difliculty of Breathing, itc., don't delay, but use PISO'S CUKK I'-ou CONSUMPTION immediately. By Druggists. 25 cents. G REAT FRENCH REMEDY.-Dr. Le Due's periodical pills from Paris, France, act only upon the generative organs in females, and positively cure suppression of the menses (from whatever cause) and all periodical troubles peeuliar to women. A safe, reliable remedy, warranted to excite menstruation, or money refunded. Should not be used during pregnancy. The large proportion of the ills to which ladies are subject islhe direct result of a disordered and irregular menstruation. Ask any druggist for them. American Pill Co., bpencer, la. L. A. Sheetz, supply agent, Also- ga, la. H. Boswortb. & Son, Milwaukee; Bobt. Stevenson & Co., Chicago, wholesale agents. i "

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