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THE CHICAGO HERALD,
ICO A 120 Nftli-air., CUIUAUO,
JAMB3 W, OCOTT, Publlobor.
issued March and Sopt.,
oaoh yoar. It lit nil onoy
clopodla or uhoIUI Infor.
mntlan far nil who pur
ohnMO tlio luxuries or thu
nooonsltlop of lllo. Wo
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all tho noocssary and unuocossnry
nppllancoa to rlilo, wall:, ilnnco, nicer,
oat, flh, hunt, work, i:o to church,
or otay at homo, and In various nlron,
stylos nml quantltlo, Junt Uruvo out
what U roqulrocl to do nil tho.io thlnRS
COMFORTABLY, and you onn mako n fair
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GUID1J, whloh will bo nout upon
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MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
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Time is Staunchly Republican
It vigorously advocates the maintain
nnce of a protective tariff; nnd It upcast In
no tinccrtnln voice forUcpubllcan princi
ples, nnd for doctrines of the party ns set
forth In the Republican platform ot i8S3.
Such n paper, speaking directly to the
eye of the voter directly through Its sim
ple nnd powerful cartoons, ns well ns to
the mind through Its editorials, will be of
positive volttc to you during the present
This being n campaign of education, In
which It Is necessary to tench the voter tho
plain facts of tho filiation by cverv means
within rcach.a paper such a TIM fa should
be found weekly In the rending room of
every Republican club la the country.
Single copies, ten cents each; Mibccrlp
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fact tlinl Pho
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to about linlf
tho form or
prloa wo huvo
of tho best (In
Inborn In Now
York to take
the studio. Our
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WALTER WCLLMAN ENTEnTAINGLV
TELLO HOW THE WORK 13 DONE.
It l u Vi)li(lerrully C'ompllrntrd Timh, nnd
Itripdri-H ttm ItruliM unit lltHllr of nn
Ihiormous Number nf I'cojtlc Somn of
(hi! Details lixplalnrd.
CilKAdo, Oct. L Tho iiioioontiftluillos
(lio mt'tlioiU by which it tfroat nuwupaper
U inado tlio itreater nro liln iiatoulnlimunt
nnd mlmlmtloii A Htupeiiiloim fact li
thu largo miinlior of men who iihslst eneb
tiny In tlio ifottliifr tip f big morning
intvT llko Tho Chlntgo Trlbuno, Times,
Inlor Uceim or llernlil. Add lo tho
twi'lvu hundred lorn I fnrroapoiuliuilHliliTd
bv it pnper Illto Tho Trlbuno In nil tho
cltloj nnd towns of thu went nnd north
went, to Hh Wnnhliiglou nnd Now York
Htn(Tn Hi'iiillng iiowh over Hpeelnl winm, to
tliu ninny tlioiitmml correHpoudoiitH of co
opcrntlng papera Injurgoiitlea, who con
trlbuto tbolr mlto to tho Chlcngo pnper
whenever occnslon rwttlre ndd to nil
tlii'Ho tlio nlmout InnuiiK'niblo correspond
cntH of tho AhmicIhIimI Press In this country
nnd lt ltcr iiowh collecting ngencles In
Kitropo nnd throughout tlio world, nnd
you begin to got nn lulequnto Idea of tho
vnstncM of tlio lunchlnery employed.
Now let no tnko n look nt tho ollleo Into
which nil tlioso men pour their rontrlbu
tloiui, tho cent ml point nrouiul which
everything iovoIvoh nnd to which nil ronda
lend, it ih n miiiumg wmcucouiumH, Miy
llvo ntnrleH nnd n bnsoinent. On tho
I ground lloor In tho counting room, whero
nil tho DiiMiiosrt 01 tiiotni)or mirnunneicu.
Hero thirty nion nro employed In ono en
imclty or nuotlicr. Undoriienth In tho press
mom, ut which wo tdinllngntn hnvo occn
nIoii to tnko u look. Hiding tip In tho olo
vntor wo reniii tho cdltotinl lloor. It la
noon. All over tho world men nro nt work
(rntherlng nnwa for thin pnpor, but not
much In doing yet In tho ollleo Itself. Tho
managing cdltor'tt nsHlstnut ban just fin
ished rending nil tho morning pnpers, nnd
Is now looking over tho morning'M mall,
nn enormous hatch. Thcro nro communl'
cntlouu nnd tiitttlrlcn nbout ulmost ovory
thing under tho minj mnny, many tunnu
scripts, complaints, commuulcntlous from
correspondents, offSrs of special work,
suggestions to tho editor, ootry, stories,
etc. Mnny of tbeso bo saves for tho oyo
of bin superior, but tho majority nro un
signed to vnrloua nsststnnts forittteutlon,
And lit tlio number of thoso nsslslniits
nnd their siwclnl Titness for tho work
which tlicy linvo In cbargo wo got n very
good Idonof tho ix-sourcesof ngrentnows
paper. lit tho mnnngliig editor's desk nro n
nutnbur of pigeon lioles, marked "city,"
"countlnjj room," "mtisle," "nrt," "com
merclnl," etc. Into tho city box go com
munlcntlous nbout local mutters, nnd In a
fow minutes tho city editor la looking
thorn over. Theatrical commuulcntlous
go to tho dramiitla editor, mimical mat
ters to tho musical critic, nrt contribu
tions to tho nrt wtltor. If thcro nro nny
communications concerning commercial
nutters they go to tho editor of tho com
mercial page. Tho literary editor gets
tho now books. mni;nlnus nnd kindred
matter, nud oven tho ronl estato editor
comes In for his share. Thcro nro many
communications on sporting subjects, nnd
theso go to tho sporting room. Thcro
nro matters which must go down to tho
counting room, such ns bills to pay
nnd checks to bo sout 16 out of town
correspondents or special writers. Homo
of tho tnoro Importnut manuscripts uro
rend nnd passed upon by tho managing
editor himself or bis Immedlato assistants.
Thoro nro mnny questions not connected
In any wny with tho business of tho
paper to bo nnswored, for every nows
paper has its quota of readers who want
Information nbout nil torts of queer
things. Theso nro turned over to vnrlous
men, with regnrd to their nblllty or con
veniences for nnswerlng them. If pcoplo
who send odd queries to nowspnper offices
know tho trouble they wero making somo
poor man I think thoy would bo less frco
with their questions, often questions In
which no ono In tho wldo world Is In
terested but themsulves. It Is n sort of
rulo In nil newspaper offices that theso
oucrlca nro to bo answered, nnd n nowa-
paper docs not llko to own tip that thero
Isnuvthlmr that anybody wnnts to know
which it ennnot find out. I hnvo known
ftioportcr to spend n dnyortwo looking
about town for nn ntmwer to ono 111 tlo ques
tion! often n ninn goes to tho city library
nnd upends half a day looking up tomo
disputed point for n counlo of readers who
lmvo mado n wager, nml I hnvo seen tho
mnnnglng editor send out two or thrco
telegrams, nt his own expenso, in order to
got, and get promptly, nn nnswer to somo
question which could bo nnswerod only by
a mnn fatnlllar with tho history or poli
tics of another city or stato.
You lmvo no Idea of tho quantity of
manuscript newspaper men usually call
It "stuff, though meaning no disrespect
which comes Into n big nowspntierotlico.
Thoro nro stories nnd poems nud essays,
and all sorts of things which somebody
must read, upcclul articles written for
pay If they prova acceptable lnnttmern
bio letters or travel ami almost number
less letters from seaside nud other sum
mer resorts. So many pcoplo Imnglno
that as soon a3 they got ueross tho ocean
or at somo fnr nwny placo In this country
1110 culior 01 uicir nomu paper is cai-vcii.
Ingly nnxloun to bear from them, to know
how t Iiov took a trii on such nnd such a Inko
or liver, how thoy danced nt tho casino or
caught llsh In tho pool, nnd nil thoy
hnvo seen and thought on their travels,
to tho extent of n column or more.
Usunlly thoy nro very much disappointed
when tbev discover that tbolr con
tributions hnvo becu thrown Into tho
wasto basket, but why thoy should bo Is
ono of tho mysteries of human mituro. A
great many pcoplo will save themselves
unnoynnco nnd lobsof tlmo if they will
try to understand that newspapers llko
all other things which nro tho product of
brains nud skill nnd experience must
largely bo tlio work of men who know
what to writo nnd how to wtito It, nnd
that tho chances nront least ten to ono
tlio nmnteur ennnot wrlto anything which
an editor would enro to print. Tho fact
that you nro in Europo or tho wilds of
Arizona docs not mal:o nu Impression on
tho editor's mind, for ho U In dally, al
most hourly, communication by telegraph
with nil parts of tho world, and tho fact
that you nro in Asia or Knmschatka does
not mako you or your opinions any mora
interesting to him or Ids renders than
if you wero at homo in tho Ninth wnrd.
Ou tho coutrnry, you nro n good deal moro
Important when in tho Ninth ward, nnd a
communication from you aooui somo ovu
or outrugo In that bailiwick would catch
tho editor's oyo much quicker than a
letter of travel from Afrlcn. All success
ful editors hnvo learned that their journal
must bo mado, so to speak must attain
and retain opularlty and success wlthlu
tea tulles of tho office of publication. It
Is locnl or homo nows that makes n great
nowspitH'i- It Is a newspaper nxlom of
universal holding Hint nows suffers loss
of Interest nml vnltio In oxnetly tho
ratio of tho distance of Its sccuo
from tho city In which It Is proposed
to publish It To thnt brilliant paper,
Tho Clileniro Herald, n l?f,0,000 firo
In Chicago Is worth in nro spjco ttnmit
million dollar II ro In Now York Tho Chi
cago Times, which In now fast regaining
Its former greatness, will glvo two col
umns to nu accident on the cnblo ml I road
In Ibis city, by which ono llfo was lost,
nud n quarter of n column to n rnllwny
ncchlcnt In l'rnnro by which forty lives
uro Kiicrlllcod. Tho stanch Republican
Inter Ocean will uso it column In telling
why it Chlcngo Democrat has concluded
to voto tho Republican ticket, or In ex
plaining why 11 Republican hns gouo over
lo tho enemy, but It ban lit tlo hpneo to
spnio for nu account of tho latest revolu
tion In Ilnyll A cyclouo lit China In
which two thousand pcoplo perish l.i not
worth ns much to Tho Chlcngo Trlbuno
nn n runaway accident on Stato street in
which it lltt'lo girl Is rescued from death
by ii bravo pollcomnn.
You ennnot understand why this should
bo so? Think n moment. Unpposo you
nro wnlklng down Rl .vol In your town or
city. A rrowd gnthors. Whnt's tip? A
mnn has fallen from a building nnd Is
badly hurt. Nobody knows bow badly
You get u gllmpso of his bruised body
as thoy enrry him uwoy to hospital Von
ask several questions, but nobody seems
lo know any tiling nbout It. Next morning
you pick up your paper. What Is tho
"llrst thing you look for? Tho report
of that accident, nnd If It Is not ro
ported fully, you say tho paper Is no
good Tho mnu was only a laborer, and
was not badly hurt after all, but your cu
riosity hits leou roused by contact, nml
you engerly dovonr nil tlio details. In
tlio next column Is printed n short ac
count of tho foundering of a Dutch
merchant vessel off tho const of Africa.
A hundred lives nud a million of treasure)
havo been lost, Concerning this you read
only tho headlines and nro sntlsfled. If It
hnd been n snllbont with four or llvo
pcoplo In It, nml tho craft hnd foundered
In KTiko Michigan boforo your very door,
tho paper would hnvo given It two or
three columns, and you would havo been
mad if It hadn't. Tho best journalism Is
thnt which gives tho host daily or weekly
(It does not matter) pleturoof what Is golnjr
on In tho neighborhood whero It Is printed
nnd whero tho vast muiorlty of Its readers
llvo, and following this rulo somo of tho
best Journalists In tho United States llvo
and work In tho small cities unit towns.
Thero thoy can ami must chronicle less
Important events than their brethren lu
tho largo cities, but tho principle Is tho
Biuno. If I wanted to I could naino news
pnpers printed In cities of thirty or forty
thousand Inhabitants which nro greater
newspapers, bccntiso better covering tho
Held which thov occupy, than nluo-teiiths
of tho mctroiKilltiui papers.
out to tell Eorncthiurr
nbout 1'iostnff of a big city paper llko
Tim CI '.cngo Tribnno. At Jioon wo (hid
fow jieoplo nt work. Tlio city editor, who
has chargo of nil tho locnl news, nud who
is nbout tho most important officer of tlio
ship, Is locked up in ids room preparing
plans for tho day's action. 'o shnli
hnvo to lenvo him to another letter. Tho
real estnto man, whoso descriptions of tho
transfers, denls, now buildings, and of
nil that pertains to tho real estato field nro
treuornlly printed on Sunday, Is on his
rounds among tho agents. Tho thcatrlcnl
mnn may bo out Interviewing an actress
or manager or getting renily to go to a
matlnco. iho commercial men ror thero
nro threo of them nro hnrd nt work on
tlio board of trado or nmong tho.bnuks or
commission houses, gathering the nows
nnd quotations nnd preparing to writo a
commercial and financial nnd also a
speculntlvo review of tho day. Tho rail
road editor Is on his rounds from ollleo to
ofllco, boldly walking lu on big prcsldonta
nnd general mnuagors, with nil of whom
ho Is woll acquainted, preparing to print
on tho following morning tlio railway
nows of tlio greatest rallwuy contivr lu tho
Theso men nro experts In their lines.
Thoy know everybody of Importnnco in
their fields of work, nro men of chnractor
nnd education, nnd must bo absolutely ro
linblo nud Incorrupt Iblo. They nro men
of tho widest inllticnce, too, ns their writ
ings lmvo nn Importnut beariug upon tho
markets nud business of tho country.
Tho sporting editor nud his assistants
nro beginning their day's work. Thcro
nro threo of them, nnd from May to Octo
ber thoy nro crybusy. If tho Chicago
ball club is away tlio baseball man is with
them, tmvollng from city to city nud tele
graphing his reports of games ovcry
night. All tho Chicago papers send
special men with tho ball team
whenovor It goes nwny from homo.
Even tho nftcrnoou papers etigngo in
slmllnr enterprises, cximmisIvo tliouch
they nro, for in tho season sporting news
Is about tho best nows n journal cnu
print. An old fogy editor onco tried to
print a morning newspaper without nny
sports lu It, nud his circulation fell nwny
so rapidly that It mado his head swim.
Tho evening pnnors get out "extras" nt
about D o'clock lu thu ovenlng, containing
tho results of tho day's baseball games
and horso races all over tho country.
Within otio minute after tho Inst man Is
"out" lu n ball giimo thebo extras nppcnr
on tho streets. Colored boys sit on horses
In tho alloys near tho newspaper offices,
and In another mliiuto they nro galloping
for tho ball grounds with bundles of
extras hanging to their saddles. As
tho crowds omorgo from tho grounds thoy
find nowsboys nt tho gntes selling news
papers containing full reports of tho
games. It Is ono of tho sights of tho
town to sco theso mounted courlcra ractujr
two miles and a half to tho grounds. In
order to uvoh .rrest for fast riding thoy
had to get a special penult from tho chlof
of police. Ono of theso ilders onco ran
over a man nud killed him, but tho
courlcra continue to raco just tho samo
Tlio people llko sports nnd will hnvo tho
Whllo I havo been gossiping 1 o'clock
lu tho afternoon has arrived mid tho ro
porters ato coming In, and tlio piintors,
and tho telegrams, and tho business of
mnklng a great iiowsmper has begun in
earnest. Twelve hours Inter they will
"put tlm paper to press." und of that I
shnll wrlto in my uoxt lottcr.
Coming Down tlio I-ailder.
Fanner (to man walking on tho ties)
Ain't you nn actor?
Mnn Ayo. nyc.
"I was when I loft Pittsburg genteel
comedy. At Altoona I boenmo melo
dramatic In my views; nt Harrlsbttrg I
was for old men's parts; now I'm nil for
tragedy dark, dark, bleeding tragedy,
but (bitterly) by tho tlmo I reach Now
York I s'pov-1 11 only bo lit for tho apoth
ecary In 'Romeo and Jullfct.' "Texas
j takyj -AM ,
A GREAT STOCK FARM.
THE NOTED "OELLE MEADE,"
fleorRii II. Wiinwlno lln Hccn Then-, nml
tlio Slory Ho Tolls for Iho Iteimfll of
Our ItemlrrH Is nn liiloresllna "- Mmi
SiKt'lnl OorrcsiMiidonce I
MiMv.uir.i:. Oct 1. Tho "Hollo
Mendo" slock farm, nenr Nashville, Is
probably tho most famous Iioiro nursery
In America If not In tlio world It Is an
estato of (1.000 acres, under tlio highest
stato of cultivation and, Is Jointly owned
by (leu W II. Jackson, u dashing ex
Confederato, nnd Howell H. Jackson,
United States district Jiulgo for several
i.outhcni nml western stnles They nro
brothers and ninrrled sisters, daughters
of Oeit W II Harding, a lover of thor
oughbred liorwllosli who founded tho
farm almost ono liundredyenrsngo Ocn.
Harding wan n celebrated mnu hi his dny.
Ho was a friend nnd coiitcniKirnry of
rugged old Andrew Jackson, nud his de
votion to tho propagation of raco horses
mado him famo nnd fortuuo long boforo
tho present generation of horso raisers
wns Ixirii. Ocn Harding Imported horses
from tho finest stables of tho old world
animals whoso pedigrees wero recorded
for upwards of U00 years
Hello Mendo, tho "bcntitlful meadow,"
Is almost a baronial estnto. About ono
half of tho farm Is heavily limbered nud
tho other linlf under cultivation. Tho
timber lnnds aro cleared of all under
growth and sowed in bluo grass Tho
soil Is tho richest lu Tennessee and tho
farm Is watorod by a stream of crystal
spring water. Tho annual sales nttract
horsemen from nil over tho countiy nnd
nro oventa In turf history. Thero nro at
present about lioO throiighbreds lu tho
farm nud nmong them somo of tho most
noted raclnc stallions lu tho world. In
tho stnblcs I saw Iroquois, tho winner or
tho great English Deroy, Enquirer, Luko
Uhickburii, Great Tom and other turf co
lebrltles, tho four horses named having
rost tho owners of Hello Mendo nbout
$100,000, To glvo tho render somo Idea
of tho extent of sales nt this farm, tho
OLD 1IUU.!' MUVDU MANSION.
following table showing tho result of each
yenr ulnco lbi-l Is upiendcu:
ijlmmi! j yllb"
. Bold. IVIce,
a 1 1, 7a
Horsemen ovcry whero will bo interested
in tlio following exhibit of tho amount of
money won on tho turf In ntnkes by tho
?;ot of tho six stallions which stood at
Scllo Meado between tho years 1870 and
incw. .,,. ...
In brlof, tlio nbovo tables show that
theso horses won 1,081 races nnd $1,1 03,
8G0. Just think of itl It is n delightful
half hour's rldo from Nnshvlilo to Hello
Meado. Tho smooth turnpike, owned
also by tho Jackson brothers, runs
Ui:S, IIAIIUINO'd old iiomi:
through tho router of tho estnto. Thou
sands of visitors go to Hello Mendo ovcry
year. Evory htranger who goes to Nnsh
vlilo visits tlio farm. Many of tho most dis
tinguished pcoplo of this country, as woll
as, no ciulof notablo forolgncrs. havo been
cntortuliied nt Hello Mendo. During lact
summor's "swing around tho clrclo" Presi
dent Clovclnud nud parly rested over Sun
day at Hello Mendo and wero delightfully
entertained by tho owners. Gen. Jackson
lives in tho old homestead, a delightful
Wtlasiirfi3L . - .ssiMflj' .Hilii'ttoAh
fc.L . ..
. itit. iLyOWv.TutoVjBaBtl- I
big ranblliift, roomy bouso, with crcnt
columns nud verandas In front and wings
and additions to onn side and In tho rear.
Tho gie.il hall l.i this old mansion Is filled
with oil pnlntlngs by colobmtcd artists of
tho celebrated raco horses that havo been
V7X.,rf!l'-'lri jQ -M v
bci:ni: on iici.i.k iii:adi: iwum.
produced on tho farm. This resiileiico Is
shown lu tho llrst Illustration. Tho sec
ond Illustration shows tho original log
houso erected In tho last century mid used
for mnny years by Oon. Harding It Is
now tho homo of novoral of tho colore!
families who live on tho placo. Judge
Jackson, who until his appointment to a
sent on tho bench was a United States
senator, lives elsewhere on tlio estnto in n
now houso ono of tho handsomest mod
ern houses In Tcuucsseo.
Tho most celebrated character In tho
plnco Is "Old Undo Ikib," n portly, pleas
ant fafod old darky, who for a period of
sixty years has had entiro chanm of all
. tlio Illto stock ou tho placo. Ho Is known
to all or tho leading stocumen lu tho
country. A man without education, a
slavo of tho former owner, ho Is celo
bratcd us ono of tho best posted horso
men In tho country Ho enn tell you off
hniidcd tho full pedlgrco of every rnco
horso that linn been boforo tho public dur
ing tho past Hfty years. Kindly, gcntlo,
honest nnd trustworthy, ho Is known
nnd rospoited by ovcrybody for miles
around. When given his freedom bo ro
fused to leave his homo, nnd has remained
in Ids old position over since. His r.coru
for unthrifty members of his own raco is
only equaled by ids contempt for any
kind of horseflesh not full blooded.
Tho stables nud outbuildings on tlio
fnrru nro models In ovory way. A largo
part of tho farm Is enclosed with stono
fences, thcro lvitignbout twenty four miles
altogether of thlj oveiinstlng fencing on
tho placo. Vlsltora nro shown tlio graves of
famous horses of tho long ugo Hero
rest tho bones of Gamma, tlio gray marj
of forty years ngoj tho mighty l'rlani, tho
English Derby winner; Eaglo and Bluster,
Vandal, Jack'Malono, Sir Richard, High
lander, Chlldo Harold, Donnlo Scotland
and John Morgan, and tho bones of other
kings and queens of tho turf rest under
tho shado trees of Rello Meado.
In a park of -100 acres 5100 deer can bo
seen cavorting nroutnl over tho green
sward. Tho deer park was started by
Gen. Harding many years ago. Deer hunt
ing 13 a raro spott on tho farm at certain
scasoim of tho year. On other parts of
tho farm can bo been droves of Shotland
ponies, Angora goats and Jersey cows.
Tho great estato and Its lmprovom.on.ts
must bo worth at least a million dollars.
0. II. YCNOWINI.
SONS OF THE GOLDEN WEST.
A Monument to Ho Erected to tho rounder
of tho Organization.
S.NFnANCisco,Oct. 1. ThoIatoGcn. A.
M. Winn, who first conceived tlio Idea of
uniting young Callforniaiis for mutual
aid ami iKmcllt, '.'oruilng tho organiza
tion now known as v
NatlvoSousof the .'
flnl.ln.l Wl.Qf u I I
to havo n hand
oroctod to hi.
memory by tho
members of tho
society. Tho mon
ument Is to bo lo
cated In tho City
ccmotcry at Sac
tho body of tho
general lies bur
ted. Tho a h a f t
and main body of
will bo of specially
granite, tho sculp
tured work being
of bronzo. It will
bo 137 foot in
height nnd 0 feet
0 Inches at each
base. At tho front
baso of tho col
umn tlio emblem
atic bear keeps
watchful guard In
front of tho brouzo
medallion of tho
setting sun. On
tho right part of
tho shaft a uronzo
ronzo j -..-. ....
badgo tho clasp
ed hands of tho
MONUMENT 10 a EN.
order Is represented, and a corresponding
medallion on tho loft sldo shows
tho mining tools, early symbols
of California's prosperity. Ono other
medallion reprosonts tho grand seal
of California, and ou tho front of tho
shaft a bust of Qcu. Winn looks down
over tho "grizzly," which In tho early
I days tho Natlvo Sons of tho Golden
lu-a. uuujuuii ua vuuii uiuneti uuiijii-iii.
Tho likeness has been pronounced by
thoso who woro acqualntod with Gen.
Wlnn to boon excellent ono.
By Callfornlnns Gen. Wlnn will always
bo remembored ns tho friend and founder
of tho Natlvo Soim of tho Golden West,
but to tho nation at largo ho Is known for
many other reasons. Ills history Is
merged In that of tho country. Ho was
president of tho first Odd Fellows' asso
ciation at Sacramento, president of tho
first stato land commissioners, general of
brlgado for sovon years, president of tho
Mechanics' Stato council for eight years
and lu addition held numerous other posi
tions of responsibility and honor.
Not Worthy of Attention.
Mlulster (dlnlug.wlth tho family) How
did you llko tho jcrmon this morning,
Bobby I didn't pay much attention to
Minister (much amused) Why not,
Bobby 1 heard ma whisper to pa,
"Samo thing over ami over again," so I
didn't think It was worth while. Tcxus
, jttOcJ-t n 'ka .
ixrr" if t s.i" m i-wif v i i
l.- ..J ::
Drayago and lo viag
Desires to Inform the public that Ids c pilp
nicnt for moving Household (JosJs.l'lanos
Safes, Mnreliancllse, Heavy Machinery,
etc., Is the best In the city. Spccl.il men
and wngons arc kest for" the removal o
Pianos and Household Goods,
Which nrc always handled by coiupclant
and experienced help, nnd the latest appli
ances used for handling Safes nud other
heavy goods. Call, address or telephone
Telephone m , t-Ost.
Fremont Elklion & Mo, Valley
Trains lrnvo 10:13n. m. and l'J: 10 p.m
Tine Ki.Kiions Vam.kv I.isc.
To frco homes In Northwestern Nebraska an
To Iho 1 Hack Hills nnd Iho Mot Sprlnzs.
To Central Wyoming coal and ou fields an
To Chlcngo nnd tho Enst.
To St. Paul, the North nnd Northwest,
For further Information Inquire of
OKO. N. KOHESMAN, ArcM.
IS South 101 li street, Lincoln
W. V. Kitcii, J. E. IUtiunan,
General M'Kur. (len'l Pass. A?'t
Missouri VnlleVi Iowa.
CAriTAt. NATIONAL I1ANK
( ntal Htock $aw.00f)
0. W Mosher, rroskWnt. V. .1 VUli. V- Pr
It. a OuicAlt, Cwliier.
S. H. BURNHAM,
llorur loaned on lnnjc or short time at lowest
ties. Omce In itlchsrils' lllock, room "5.
Take elevator on Elerenth street entrsjsoa.
N. R. HOOK, M. D.,
DISE.VHEH OK WOMEN.
Jrlnary and Roctai Diseases a Specialty.
Treats reetnldlMensos by IJUINKKUIIOKF
PAINLESS SYSTEM. Ofllce, rooms Vli. 1 nml
121 llt-r lllock. Twelfth nnd O sireet. Ofllcf
trlephone MS. Hesldenco 1B-.SQ street. 'I'hone.CM
Ortlco hours, 0 to 12 a.m. l! to 3 nndittu fi p m
Sundays, 10 to 11 a. m
Telephone No 685.
16 South nth Street, Lincoi.m Nku
1117 1' Street.
Still In tho front nnd nlisolutely leading all
xMUlwtllorw. Thoroughly equipped for tin
next work, giving to eneli customer an nn-
qualified gunrnnteo for all work dono. All of
nur work dono with neatness nnd tllsjuitcli.
We solicit orders for huburhnn villngos und
I't-lghlxirlug tonus, paying the expn-bs 011 ail
vdeis one ny. lUH-ctfully,
C. . PRATT.
AKD IXSTITUTn Or 1K.MIA!.SII1I',
Miorthand ami TypowrltlnR. lh-st an'l UrRmtt oollruo
In Iho west. Hltiuvuts pri-panil fo' tiutlims In from
S to I) months. Individual Initrurllon. Kt.ilnnnpx.
perN-ncol faculty, fend fur volleu Journal and
rpoclim-uf of rwimifinnhtn lo
ULUUItlUOK riOOSE. L'neoln. Neb.
Old dt!.ld tlvlK -nntilln
.tho ijiilnti-ntenro ot blood
K)lfon Who rna suallntv
It, gushing out or old luuth
st cvory mod nnd bo
healthy? There troth m
dead, ulcerated, unh-nllliy
lrciucntly canto a ruultol
face, hhouhl ccrtalr. bu
extracted and rcplai ctf wlih.
Hood, nrllllclal teeth that
never actio. Can bo ei tract
ed without pala. No bum
bug. ADRASION OF THE TEETH.
The above cut shows the teeth of a man 43
rears of )re, from Dr. Hell In l&ll. Wo meet
with this affection In the teeth lu various forms
nd deurecB. The ends of tho crowns seem
Tj soft, having a low decree of vitality and
wear down showing a dark jellowldi cupped
notjn tho center. Many aro so f oollih as to
""H mat molar teeth aro of llttlu account,
....1 n t theru aro by default; after which all
thu force ot tlio muscles aro extended to the
front teeth, wearing them down rapidly.
The best, anil nrly remedy, Is to cover and
hull, I up thu ends with fold and platinum,
which wears llko steel and aves them man
rears. Wo make n spetlally of linn gold wort
on building Hie in up, contour Ulllugs, etc.
Cuts A and 11 aro from John Tomes, of Ene
Und. A Two Incltors with notches lo Iho mils.
11 shows tlio peg ibaped ttclh with yellowish
pits lu the ends.
For such teeth wo havo two remedies: First
To fill Iho pits In tho ends with gold, Sec
ondExtract them and replace them with
artificial teeth. Hut tho boues absorb away
rapidly so that the; will need resetting fre.
We m'sko iha finest artiadal teeth la the
We use Justles and White's patent teeth,
with long, ucay pine, mounted on etroDie
clsstlo plates. Thoso who palronlru us will
not bo troubled with broken teeth and cracked
plates, canker sore mouths, etc
To loose the front teeth, Is to loose half
ihoporerof speeds, anamoK than half U
DR. A. P. BURRUS,
120S o Stbikt.
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