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&hc aiattsmoulh QJctkln IQtniH
Publishers & Proprietors.
THE PLATTSMOUTH HRKALI)
Is published ev-rv Thursday morning. Ofllcc,
t ornur ot Vine anil Pifih streets.
WEEKLY, by mall,
Onu oopy one year ' to
Oho copy one year (in advance) 1 l''
One copy lx months " .' 75
ltegrlstered at the Post Office, PlattHinouth, ac
second olass matter.
CiiAMr.Eia.Aix, of England, deputized
to negotiate the Canadian fishery question
with the United States arrived iu New
Tub new method of committing eui
eidc by getting drunk and setting the
clothes on fire with alighted pipe or ci
gar is becoming quite fashionable.
In his recent speech at Talladega, Ala.,
Senator Morgan asserted that Secretary
Fairchild is sending out false reports as
to the financial condition of the country,
in order to hoodwink the people about
the nmmount of money accumulating as
surplus in the treasury. There is no way
of remedying this state of things and
restoring confidence short of turning the
rasrals out and giving the people a
look into the books. Globe Democrat.
TnE Amsterdam Diamond Trade.
The city of Amsterdam, in Holland, has
been described as tiic "diamond capitol
of the world," with Antwerp second in
importance. The wages paid to Amster
dam diamond workers amount to about
.000,000 a year, and it is calculated that
the industry gives employment to between
7,000 and 8,000 persons. The United
States consul estimates that 80,000 carats
of rough diamonds reach Amsterdam
manufacturers every week. Some of the
stones, of course, command very high
prices, but ordinary prices vary from 10s.
to 11 per carat. Bradatreet
"Dan," said the president, "I guess
we'll have to say something about tin
labor question in our message." "Well,
yes," said Col. Lamont, "but I think
we'd better hedge a little on that."
"That's a good idea," said the president.
"I think it's well to hedge whenever you
can. Now, what would you suggest as
to labor?" "Really, I think the best thing
to say is that labor has its rights and
capital has its rights, and that Avliile la
bor should be well rewarded, capital
should be well protected." "That's a
splendid thought, splendidly expressed,
Dan. You might look at volume L. in
the Cyclopedia, and see if there is any
thing on the subject there." "All right,
sir," said Col. Dan. "I think we can dis
cuss grave questions in our message with
out giving ourselves away. Globe D.m.
Russian Petroleum. The announce
ment of the movement to restrict the pro
duction of petroleum in the United States
in order to stimulate prices is, strangely
enough, coincident with renewed exer
tions. The American product is to be
forced to a higher price, while the Ru f
sians are using all means to produce and
ship their oil at less cost. The proprie
tors of naphtha works at Baku, Russia,
anticipate great results from the con
struction of the tunnel at Suram pass, in
the Caucasus. The existing means of
transport of the Trans-Caucasian Railway
are inadequate, in consequence of which
petroleum loaded in cistern wagons at
Baku ready for transport costs 70 per
cent, more than its value in the stores.
It may be stated that in 1882 there wen
transported, over the Trans-Causian Rail
way 3,100,000 poods; in 1881, 5,700,000
poods; in 18S3, 9,100,000 poods; in 188G.
15,800,000 poods, and during the present
year the figure will probably reach 18,
000,000 or 19,000,000 poods. Brad
street. Henry George, in a lengthy interview
on the political canvass in New York,
professes to be greatly encouraged at the
progress his anti-rent party has made,
and of the heavy vote which he expects
to be polled for him for secretary of state.
He declares that during the period of tin
canvass surprising numbers of voters have
given in their open allegiance to the anti
rent party, not only in the city of New
York, but also in other portions of the
state. The anti-rent party, he says, never
before made so great advances as iu such
cities as Utica, Rochester, Albany, etc.,
where the Georgites now have active and
aggressive organizations. Mr. George
persuades himself also that his party has
made rapid progress in the mral districts.
"Experience has shown," he says enthusi
astically, "that in towns and villages and
at agricultural fairs our speakers have
had the largest meetings held in such
places for years, and that in every instance
many of those drawn there by curiosity
became converts." Mr. George professes
t believe that his party will be strong
enough to carry New York in 1888, and
he declares that he is absolutely indiffer
ent as to what effect the growth ol his
party may have an either side of the old
political parties. Sioux Cit Journal'
:; ; e.A rrr w ?,iAf -jin a:.
CANADIAN REV I PROG IT Y.
It is not true, as claimed by the Toron
to Globe, that the idea of unrestricted
commercial reciprocity between the Unit
ed States and Canada has the approval
of "the best elements" of the two coun
tries. That such an arrangement would
be decidedly advantageous to Canada,
it is very easy to understand; and the
leaders of Canadian public" opinion have
good reason, therefore, to favor it. But,
on the other hand, it would jut a3 cer
tainly operate to the pronounced disad
vantage of the United States; and that
condemns it in the eyes of all the people
of this country who are opposed to the
surrender of our markets to foreign pro
ducts a:nl traders. In any view of the
case, the preponderance of gain would
go to Canada; and through Canada to
England. We might possibly sell a
few more manufactured good; but in re
turn it would be necessary to place our
farmers in direct competition with those
of Canada, particularly tis to wheat,
which they are able to produce at a much
smaller cost than that which prevails on
this side of the line and their wueat
zone, it is well to remember, exceeds
more than half of our territory.
There is no reason to believe that "the
better elements" of the United States will
ever consent to a scheme which thus pro
poses to place our agricultural interests
at the mercy of a close and formidable
Q rival. We need an enlargement ot our
foreign markets, but it would be mani
fest folly to seek such a boon by throw
ing open the doors of our domestic mar
kets to a neighboring people. The
sophistry which urges a policy of that
sort, under the pretense of promoting our
commercial welfare, is apparent at a
gl iuce. It has nothing to recommend it
to the intelligence of a country which
owes its unprecedented prosperity chief
ly to the fact that its labor and enterprise
have been protected against just such
competition as the plan in question would
impose upon them. There are certain
plausible arguments to be made in favor
of more intimate business relations be
tween Canada and the United States, but
they become absurd when they reach the
point of suggesting that the proper way
to increase our for-, ign traffic is to share
our home markets with another country.
That way lies the madness of a traffic
for revenue only, with all its evil influ
ences. Any form of commercial union
with Canada which involves an abandon
ment in any degree of the doctrine of
protection to American industries is cer
tain to be rejected by the people of this
country. The Canadian statesmen are
very much deceived if they entertain the
opinion that we can be induced to accept
an order of reciprocity by which our
losses would be certain to exceed our
gains, We could easily make bargains
upon such terms with every nation in the
world; but it is not at all likely that we
shall ever adopt that coursj in any in
stance. Globe I).m.
The knowledge the American citi
izen has of the government of the United
States and the men who are in itsj employ
is well demonstrated by the Globe Bono
crat, of St. Louis. Saturday the repre
sentatives of that paper canvassed tin
353 employees of the Globe clothiu.
house.of that city and found that only 11
could tell the names of the following
Senators from New York, Wm. M. Ev
arts and Frank Iliscock.
Secretary of the Treasury, Chas. S. Fair
child, of New York.
Secretary of war, "Wm. C. Endicott, o.'
United States Minister' to England
Edward J. Phelps, of Vermont.
United States Minister to Fiance, RoL
ert M. McLane. of Maryland.
British Minister to the United States
Lionel Sackville West.
IRON WHIZZING THROUGH A
A peculiar accident occurred to a pas
souger train Monday night at Mil ford
The tire on one of the driving wheel-bur.-t
and one piece shattered several
sections of a fence. Anothet piec
whizzed past the fireman's head, entered
the baggage-car, ficw through the first
passenger coach, and left the rear end ot
the second coach without doing any
injury to passengers or crew. The train
was running about forty miles an hour
at flu time, and the flying pieces of tire
had the velocity of a cannon ball. It
sounded like the scream of a shell as it
flew througii the coaches. The damages
to the cars is about $300. Philadelphia
Sunday at Pattcrsonville, La. a body
of troops fired into a crowd of negroes,
who had threatened to burn the town,
killing several. The firing by the troops
was certainly a mistake of the sheriff in
command as the negroes dispursed with
out returning the fir.'.
Frank D. Hilt,, of Minnesota, has
been appointed a3 minister to Asuncion.
Paraguay. lie is the fortli official ap
pointed that position during the pres
at i ;i i. i i.kka!.!). ri!i:i::-:A y. novkmku
PEOPLE TALKED ABOUT.
Men atnl Women vVIioh Ntni- Am Men
tioned In the XWKjapr4 of tlx; Ijind.
Andrew Carnegie says it is a very s l i
ons matter for any one to lie truly called
the fi je nd of the Prince of YVuIl-h, be
cause many of hi associated arc not re
spectable. Gladstone is a firm believer in the good
of athletics, and his bou, Herbert Glad
fctono, is the president of a National Phys
ical Recreation society that lias recently
been organized in Iiverpool.
Professor Huxley has lx-en making of
late fcouio inquiries into the phenomena
of Spiritualism, and has expressed a de
sire to lot)k btill further into the matter.
If the Spiritualists uiako n convert, or
even secure a verdict of "susjense of
judgment," they will have scored their
heaviest triumph against the forces of
scientific skepticism. Professor Tyndall
is a de termined opponent, but Professors
Crcxikes and "Wallace arts adherents.
Rear Admiral Vorden, hero of tlio
Monitor and Merrimac fight, is living in
"Washington. He is 70 years of age-, but
looks younger. He has a, full blondo
iK'urd and his hair is not as white us his
age would warrant. The wound lie re
ceived at the Monitor and Merrimac bat
tle not oidy impaired his sight, but has
left hiin always subject to severe head
aches. He was retired from the navy in
s:si; n full pay, and is thus iu receipt
of $0,000 a year.
Ilinton R. Helper, who wroto a book
that hastened the American civil war, is
considered a lunatic because he goes
about advocating the construction of a
railway from the city of Mexico south
ward to the capital of the Argentine Re
public, but bis arguments and tho an
swers to thorn are the r.anic that were
used wdien Thomas II. Benton advocated
a transcontinental line in the United
States. Mr. Helper anticipates events,
that is all. He may not live to see
through trains running from New York
to the Rio de la Plata, but they are as
certain as the movement of the stars, and
to doubt it is simply to assert that the
coming generation will not be as enter
prising as tliis.
"Boss" Alexander R. Shepherd, of
Washington, since the ovation tendered
him at the capital, has been a great deal
in New York city. He is a magnificent
sjjeciiueii of physical manhood. He is
six feet tall, has great broad shoulders
and a well proportioned anatomy through
out. If his strength were equal to his
looks lie could easily knock out Sullivan.
His face is clean shaven and indicates
firmness. He dresses elegantly and in
the latest style. The high silk hat he
wears is as shiny and brightly polished as
a mirror, and his trousers are sj mplionies
both of color and form. The "boss" goes
about armed with a stenographer, Tho
recent reception to him by the citizens of
Washington was not big enough to have
a deleterious effect upon the boss' utual
genial manner toward his friends and
mankind in general.
There is living in Chicago one very in
teresting lady, wdio is cosmopolitan in
her experiences, very intellectual and
artistic in her tastes, and who would bo
an addition to any circle, literary or social,
but who really cultivates but few friends
and is little known. This is Mrs. Gardin,
the daughter of Theodore Tilton. Such
leisure time a3 she lias she spends in
painting, which she has studied for a
number of years in Germany and Italy.
Flowers are her favorite subjects, and sho
paints these with the sentiment of a
woman and the cleverness of a true artist.
Her life is a busy one, filled with minor
household cares and the training of her
two children. She is childish in stature,
with a mass of girlish black curls hang
ing down her baek, generally knotted to
gether with a fresh ribbon. Her eyes
are large and expressive, and light up her
small face in a manner peculiar to very
dark eyes. She is to be seen often about
the picture shops and studios, generally
leading her little daughter by the hand.
Her home is a modest one in some re
spects, but it is exceedingly interesting
and absolutely unique. Tables, rich with
Venetian carving, stand on the ingrain
carpets. A few pictures from the hands
of masters decorate the plainly papered
walls; between the swaying of the simple
muslin curtains are vases of antique
porcelain, and in the unpretentious book-.-ases
are volumes of rare and quaint
landings. An atmosphere of scholarliness
jk-vatcs the whole into something better
rrotection of Rirds.
The Audubon society for-the protection
f birds, founded in February, 1SSG, ha3
attained a membership roll of 40,000,
representing all parts of the United States
j.nd Canada. Not less notable than this
remarkable numerical strength is tli9
society's success in practically accom
plishing the peculiar mission its promot
ers had in view. The Audubon workers
have not only killed the barbarous fashion
of bird feather wearing by women, but
they are steadily promoting a widespread
interest in bird study, and awakening a
general appreciation of birds in their re
'ation to agriculture and other interests
of mankind. Public Opinion.
Gifts for Emperor "William.
Tho ernperor of Germany recently re
ceived the Chinese ambassador," who pre
sented him with a number of handsome
birthday gifts, though several months
have now elapsed 6i:ice he celebrated his
ninetieth birthday. . Accompanying these
gifts, which include several pieces of
splendid silk taiiestry embroidered with
historical and mythological Chinese fig
ures, a number of vases and other arti
cles of porcelain, was a letter conveying
the congratulations of the Chinese em
peror. Chicago Times.
An Industrial Fishing: School.
Old Baltimore, in County Cork, Ire
land, is waking up. The industrial fish
ing school recently established by the
Baroness Burdett-Coutts will prove a
benefit not only to the town but to the
whole of Ireland. The pupils are in
structed in all the most improved methods
of fisliing, and also in all the trades inci
dental to that calling, such as carpentry,
cooiKTing, ship and boat building, net,
rope and linemaking, sailmaking, fish
curing, etc. New York Tribune.
A new novelty is an automatic pencil
that writes blue, red, violet and black as
UNCLE SAM'S GTriOKC BOX.
It Would b3 a Gkiltful Jurciar In
deed Vho Could Enter It.
Wiis!iiiij;t".i i.t-1 -1 to v;.in;a!i t .
I dropped i:do the tie;'.iii'y yesterday
and looked at tin: workmen who were en
gaged in constructing tin: new vault.
The treasury itself looks like a tomb It
has great, m'm'iiT column. down each
side of it. .nd tin- doors of its basement
are so cut t!:-;t I hey look a though they
were dug u-t of t!r: solid rock. Every
thing abo::r it is missive, and it makes
me think nure of the li ink of England
than any oilur 'building I have seen. It
is made iu the shape of a hollow square,
with wid - tiers of granitu walls running
around a court ia the center. It is in this
court that llu: new vault i; being built.
Ihese widls of brick and cement rise
within, and tin: vault will b,? above ami
not below ground. Its interior ' will be
cut up into . c.!a wallvd-with iron lattice
work, and the workmen are now riveting
the iron b ;.s together. TSr.-se bars must
be very strong, as tlu weight of the
silver which is to be put into the vault
will be imm-ns'?. There w a a portable
furnace bleziug away within the vault
to-day and four men were carrying red
hot rivets and sticking them through the
holes which h;;d ),(.(u drilled in these
iron bars. They were th.-n riveted by
the pound!. ig of a heavy hammer while
a man held ;.n iron mallet against them
at the ba !:. Eitch of these lattice work
walls reotiii-.s L.C0 rivets, and it will
take mor;. than 100,000 of thesn rivets to
fasten the iron work of the yault together.
The vault is 'to contain 100,000,000,
which is f ik !i .-in immense sum that few
people can comprehend it. It will give
some idea of it to know that its weight
will be 3, ") -:; 1 0:1.5 or tho weight of 35,
800 men of COO pounds each. Think of
the htavi'-.-t man you know audit would
take :J5,t!U: such men to weigh as much as
docs this silver. It would take a train a
mile and a ouarter long to transport it.
Its weight would be so much that s'x
locomotives could hardly h ud it, and if
these dollars were laid out so that one
would just touch the other it would
make a line il.'.)Q,r, miles long. If they
were put into a floor, edge to edge, they
would carpet ten times the area of the
Capitol, or more than thirty acres,
and if they were piled cue upon
the other they would reach much more
than 1,5C0 times as high as the Washing
ton monument, making a solid column'
of silver more than 117 miles high. A
million dollars in silver is no small
quantity, and wheu you pack $100,000,
000 into a vault it Las to be as strong as
stone and ivon can make it. To rob this
Vault will be a physical impossibility.
To tunnel into it one would have to
go unfertile whole treasury building,
and have to drill through a iloor of cem
ent and chilled steel before h. got to the
coin. Ti.c. slightest neise would be sure
to be heard and the lr.ovemm-t of a single
bag would cause such a racket as to bring
the guards down instrmtc r. No attenf
has, I think, ever been made to rob the
United Sb.U s treasury, and the safeguards
about it arc so strong that none but the
craziest 01 m. n would think of trying it.
That moss-covered cocoanut'abor.t the
B. & M. shops being removed from
Plattsmouth is still going tin rounds of
the state pros. But the country editors
don't, know how extensive the works are
or they would not grab the squib
so readily. We should regret to sec
Plat'sniou! h lose the shops urdesss they'd
come to Nebraska City, Plattsmouth is
our nearest neighbor end we are pleased
to see her prosper Ntb. Cit-j Times.
Petition to Quia; Titla.
Iu the distr i-t ; oart '. (J.t-,s oimry, Nebraska:
Jainvs M. Craijr, 1-1 uutiff, 1
Saltvon TUi ! -c. Ciie-tcr W. nurtoii, C. A.
ii:ni;isou. v. i-'.c.v ; n A x w.trix o- Joi ns i
(Icenioii ( ;i.,-...uM-ii. iraiiK. iumiiso!i
and Irs v i..- i.iia Clare ;.un nisei; aad
.Marioa ;i...!ii.-ou, t;ef..-ii;!aiits. j
Ss.lnif.il ;i, Chester W Knrfon, C. A.
Omnusoi:. J'ranlv iuii:ib-na, I.iiii Ciara (iuii
iiisfni ;;:i i I.iyion (iir'n:."on will mke iotice
tiiat bu the iitii eY.y I Novciiibcr, liiT, j lauHilf
lieiviu iik-i Ir s ; eU 1 Tou in th ;is!ii"t court of
I ass ciiui!. N -li aMca. aft'aui-t said !i f-ui1;i:;ts
the object :nul ;:rsy rot which are t- quiet
piai i:t ilV's tilie in .---Lid to tlia foihuvn; ties rihe'l
1v.1l ct;ilc ie.-it: Fi .n-t li;s 3 and 4,
beiuM tiic jT'rt'u -cart .of the .southwest (juarti'r
of section ?- 1. in t-iviiiiii; .n. 12. north
ransre l:.'. Cass (., .my. Nebraska, ami that yon
itnU all itei v'Tiri c!a i'niii'4 iiuiter you be ei J iiiit-d
from chairing any li;!" or interest in eabi
.-remi-es. Y.I-: ar,- ivq:;irrd tr answer flnM i
titiuii oa or before the 19. h day of Deeeinbe
is-sl. .Xavk'.M. Cuaio.
15 v J. I Sir., r' ;:').'. Myron Clark, his attorneys
"Dated .cv. 7. IS '7. 3lw4t
i-jotico to Creditors.
state ok s::nn .sk.a, ir
CASS ( . I N ! . J
In t he jnriu r f to. esia.e of IJeiarioh Erie, st
Y';iSuer, ! -cased.
Notice is !c y iyen that the claims r,nd
demands of :i-r-'0"-t against Iti iurich Krnpst
V. .v-rnev. dcc-.i-cil. i '. of siiid lunty and
state, will b lve ivt-ii, 1 xaomu'd and adjusted
by the c t-. court, at the c-Mut house in
l''af tsrrout' on shei'st't lay of April, b-38. at 2
o'e'ock in ;!:. -ftci-acoa And that six moat lis
from an. 1 at: li-"jsrh day f 'otobcr. A.. U ,
1-S7. is the :ira.' limbed for creditors of said
deceased to oil- ci:; tc.eir claims for examina
tion and alio.-, r. -:i-e.
liven an !' . 1:1 y li;.:id tliis 28; h clay of Oeto
b. r. A. !., is ,;.
SlW.'it ( 'oiiiitv .i lld'C.
In the District Court of Cass county. Nebraska
Anna Sorbin: d. )
: :u-d. f
:s..-at!.a;t, non-rescieat tie Ten-
You are lit-ui y art Cod ttm t.u tie 23'h day 1
of Navemb. .-. A S . tit rl. ir.-d a petition j
tfainst v. 1; i t..e fi.stnet C i.rt of Cak
county. xei-:. -k.t. u., ebje -t a .d p:ayer f ;
u lr'.'l) n t . 1 1 1 i ii'n,..a fr.-"-! ran mi flP ;
Kroimii oi -Mr-sir c-. i.eif-y. iiata: nai inioiica-
tion arm ia i.. s i; ;, 01' p.aiLt'i..
a N--A so-cniAED. i
By BEE.SO:; & SUi-lVAJS. Alfys.
BUFFALO BILL ABROAD I
A Llttlo Lcye AfTalr-What tho Cow
boys Think of It.
The .succesj of "our own" BuiTalo Kill
Y. V. Cody in England ia very grati
lying to his thousand of admirers on this
1 here was more truth than many
imagined iu his reply to the inquiry:
''What are you doing in England?"
' Chidly playing poker with Duchesses
Tiie English nobility quickly "cottoned
to" IJuffalo Bill because they recognized
that he belonged to a higher order than
their own Nature's nobility, Despite
his wild life he early managed to ac
quire an education and the polish which
makes him easy even in royal Bociety.
His polish is the bitter fruit, it is said,
of a vouno; love experience. "When a
young man on the plains, wild, woolly
and unkempt in appearance and character
he fell in love with a dashing little
school teacher. Full of pluck and faith
in himself, he proposed to her. She
laughed at him and he collapsed.
After a time he braced up, bought
some books and began to study.
His defeat proved his victory. The
girl was his mascot, aud his successes are
due to her.
Magnificent specimens of manhood
though they lie "Pill's boys" are not per
fection. Under date: "Buffalo Bill's
Wild West Co., London, Sept. 19, 1S87,
I). W. Shoemaker of the Cowboy Band,
writes: "Some weeks ago I was suffer
ing from great disorder of the liver and
kidneys and ireneral prostration. I was
forced to quit work and take my bed.
I called in a physician, who only afford
ed temporary relief. A friend induced
me to take Warner's safe cure, which af
forded almost instant relief, and aftc
taking three bottles. I find myself in as
good health as at any time in my life."
Two other members of the Wild West
show, Muve Beard-ley, pony expres
rider, and Jim Mitchell, a cowboy add to
this statement of Shoemaker's, that in
their long expedience on the plains, from
change of water, climate, mode of life
and severe riding, they became pubject
to liver aud kidney diseases, and they
have found a sure remedy for these
troubles in Warner's safe cure. Mawe
Beardsley says "I constantly recom
mend it to 1113' friends."
Bufialo Bill has pluck and courage and
hard sense, and not only controls all the
wild elements that nnike up the Wild
West show, but controls himself.
His experience ns a scout makes him
war-, discreet and shrewd. He quickly
learns the best way to secure results, and
like a true man, has no prejudices against
any tli ing that proves its merits.
Buffalo Bill is so. popular in England
he may come home a "Sir "William." But
if not he wd probably enjoy himself qu ite
as well, having secured a fortune ample
enough for all his wants, title or no title.
Potition to Quiet Title.
In the district court of Cas county, Nebraska:
.Tames IX. Crai, 1
Joseph Kerr and his tivknown heirs f
ai d representatives. -t. al. J
To Joseph Kerr and his unknown heir nnd
You and each of you are hereby notifiod tb.-i!
Novembers, A. 1) , 187 1 filed ni pftuk-n ti.
1 lift d' strict court r.f Cass courty. Nebraska,
for the purpose of quieting nir title in l!o
southeast quai terof seethm No. i?, in towii'bp
No. 12, north of rane No. 12 eatr of the sirtb
A", in Cass county N'ehr;t"ka. and to fornvei
cnjoi'i you : lnl each of you from having or
claiming any interest or title therein and for
tlecru? ghowirg title by adverse po-seseion "
;'Kainst yon since eolenitier 2. A. 1)., ISST.
You Hi e required 10 answer sa'd petition on or
before I) ce:nver I9t!i. A. I)., 1837, or your de
fault will be catered herein.
James J.l. Ci'Aio.
lv .1 Tl. Strode jmd Uyroa Clar, his attorneys
TO 1,0 AN.
VT. S. Wise.
A faria on "Weeping Water bottom, the
S. W. i of Sec. ?S To. 10, Range
14. Enquire of James "Wnlston of
Rock Bluffs for farther particulars.
ECONOMY IS WEALTH.
All the PATTERNS 7011 vinh to une during tho
year, for nothing, (a having of from $ J.0U to 84.UC';, by
Tie PlattMitl Herali
J)emo rest's iu"taJ
With Twelve Ordert fop Cut Paper Pattarns of
your own selection and of any aize.
Both Publications, One Year,
$3.60 (THREE SIXTY),
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Or nil tho MagazlneH.
Containing SToitrE?. Poems, and other Literabt
ATTRACTIONS, COMBINING AUTISTIC, SC1.BN
TIFIC, AND IiOCseaOLD MATTERS.
J7lu8trated with Original titerl Engrav
ings, fhotorjrarureit, Oil rirtttTr ami
fine Woodcuts, making it the ModclJtfaga-
mine of America.
K-ich Magazine contains a coupon order entii'.inij
the holder to tho polcct.on of any pat torn iUuetrare J
in the fashion department in that numher, and in
any of the kite manufactured, making patt'rrs ;
World's Model Magazine. Tbe Larfrest in Form, the j
I.arre?t in Circulation, and the best TWO Dollar
family Magazine lsruen. ism pe me mtmi- 1
fourth year of its publication. and it stands at tho ,
head of lanuly Periodicals. It contains .73 pages, .-
I Tilly III
u-irto, 8 'ill inches, elegantly printed and
liustrated. Published by W. Jeuaiaga '
et7 New York,
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Ana by tspeciai Agreement wwn-
PMtsfflontH MM A $3,60 Per Year. !
In many fart.ihV tLi nwppr has be
come a forlMdn object U tk h"A ud
eyes of tho younger members. Tbair parwnto
havo bocoma unwf llfng tb thy alioald
millarii thMnWrra with ta rcord of
crime! to t found thr, -with tha fact of tn
frequency of such crlmn, or with th frs
quftntly light and flfppant way of ifclon
iii thm, whilo fn many caaa & ahrrtio
monts hare beotne aonreaa of apprahanmiou.
It is a pitv, howovrr, to doprita taa rawinf
children of all knowledga ot wkal ia gaicJ on
in tha world in difTorant regions from thowa
of crfmn, and hooaaSolrla aava aJwaya tholr
safeguard in tha proTWua af a waUy IJr
which, wluia kflepin j las raadara abraact wlta
tho rurroni of tho world, ia na Wn4 as a
matter of news to tha daily aowndoJ-atiou of
the last theft ar mvtnlar. JJnt"'
The Houkeepr'a Racraatian.
A woman can ba a good houiHjafar with
out taking all bar tlina to do bar hauaawoik.
If sho cannot k-t bar, after all, ta aaaiaflad to
be an ordinarily good ona, and ak ammo of
tlia tima from her previously aalf fcaipo nl
lrudgery for reading, education af ahlldren,
aedf improvement and for rarraaaioai. Tht-ro
is no raarxxi why a long programaaa af work
should be laid oiit for evary day, ar way it
should be carried through as ail bwcrda. If
each hour of tbe day ia mmwyod trjr aotna
kind of work, aaa hour a fcrat worC to ba
set apart for recroAiloa, and VWt b.ir, f ail
others, rigidly ebaarved. Cor. Gi JEcrnsa
keeping. "Old Faahtonad" Ilonmi.
"Old fashioned" rooms aro rather a fad
juflt now. They are f amiehad juat aa hand
somo rooms wore furufehad before tha es
thetic craee ert in, wite hair cloth fnmlture,
picturea io the regulation plncae over piauo
nnd sofa; cut glass cbandeliara, with Molding
drops; heavy curt ins, looped back over lac
ones, and all tha other adjuaato mt ibo "bost
parlor" of tha pank 8t.ra.m9p tbav& snay
seem, such rooms have r. ecreafa rriii rtattli
ncas of their ewm, aad rawiar roifrr Vta eya,
wearied vrith tho -wild-wccm ef 4'taration
fh&t marks tha iaodari dr&wing reta. New
York Commercial Adverti.-w.
Tiuttona Going Out.
There is wailing among tha button maiara.
Tho,gorfeouj buttons the hara OhrataaUd
lediwi' dromes by tha riansM nsvi 4zpuo are
going out of fpahloa. Tka oorr9 It jag bow
is to conceal the foartcnin Bojrrvr"al bexea
of buttons lie unaold aa. Mia txrivt rf the
dealers. But euch are Una crnopfrHrrsa of
trade the hoot aad eye aUaeo arc delighted.
Now York Sun.
Relief for Hir.coagh.
If you should have Mccc jh ary eea e tlaa
following remedies, every oafi erf rrtAA ia
vouched far by diTprcat aatkrrJea. FZSrfkKy
t efrigorata fche lob of TV? rrrj ! the
haiid.i with anas mtari tkov& tea K-&4; praria
the fingor each side andc? A es, nocr jjLvr
bono: iuhalc ehlororm until i-oijvsd. Bcm
IfavInK licen a sefftToi- for two vqai and a.
half from ;i dispart', ca'isrd hy u lru!ie ,u tl:e
z. and having hor-n curr.l tjr the Ct.'Tiei: ha
UKflKiiiFH v. iii-ii ail onir r inciuaai ana reL.e
idies fkiit'd. I dcuiii it niv duty to reccnuifnil
th iin. I vl'itod Mot Hprlnija to no arall. aad
tried several dncrois tvifhoiit. surcea. and t
last our prinritol (Inmcl't. Mr. Jotia r. it. :r
(to wlioii: I sli.i! ever urateul). apokeio
mnninmii;iu('i.nA, wm 1 conentpa to ciTii
tli!!!i it trial w ith t!ic l( i;;t that I am nerfaz v
cured. Die o is 1 t.w no i.-)ro r.ut me. I
hlnk f can slinvr the l.-irt-p't snrface wher ny
snirenii's f-y-tHna from of any on In the nfr".t'-.
The Ci TeritA UK.Mr.iMits are Hie h-t l!aod
a:.d hhIii t-urt-s tii'irnifaf:t;ired. 1 f-fer te druK-Ki-.t
Jidin 1'. Kii.!ay -ind Dr. I). , Monf(rftfti:ry
Ixi'.ii of this place, and to Dr. Smith, ef Lako
AI.h.vAM)Ki: r.KACIl. (Jroorvii;-. Mn.
?.Ir. K-acii iwl ti c i i.tm mca ItRMnam.-.at
our re'iuost, v.itii ri-snlts asaNovp Elated.
A, ij. rixJj I ft CO., fJrntgiHt .
"s.vvr.n ?ioTns s MFn."
Ercry sir,cr 1 can torrainbfr. ii'.v methar
suifprcd from a mil U. I- Nottiio- weuld i
l:cr any ;o..d. sh had l)0Ht inrdical tlPnt
tv:f t'.ify a!! l!d her f-D i;ood. flic i a ft: rod
Nit)i lie- leu' for tliii tv years and norcr kve-v
well day. .-.!:! v.-:ai(i have to siLt.o ha'f f
i.iL.'iit. liold'.i'jr n; lir let; and ir.r-Mitng. ;-hH
nsr-ii all t he J'cst kcowa roiacdicn la the coiiu
tfy witlir,!il e(!V(-t. 1 n.ked her 4 try your
i ir( LitA iinvr.oir.y. (; t lirr a butt.'-. f
( LTK't KA IJT.Sdl VKVT, ao() .p tok t llJlt
lias taken in ab.i:t or eviit l:ot?1s. kud
no-.v flu is a TT- l; v;..ia;kii ti-lav. Mir 1". is
eiitirelv he. tied. a;i-i ).-i r. : ii ;t v'as r.cver let
ter . K!:o c-n "o out pv:r- (!.v. "met hint- tlm
ha not 00:1a iii ten year. .., you see I car.i.ot
ii.-ilp statinc to vci about oi:r wonderful fit r
(OilA li KM !'ni :'.!;. You have aved tnv n:r.tli-
(-r's iife. 1 e.vjnot find woi Js Jn t-ir-rctt ray
KrMtitime. I have edvertisod j our C t'Ticut'.A
1:kmfdi:-.s far and nesr.
tlUVAKU 1.1 ICDKK, U-:r, Rieadway' Y.
Cutic-l'RA. th great fkin rme. and :: ti-
CURA So A I" prepared from it externally. :-nd
Cctu ika Kksolvkxt, the new blood pur:!r
Internally, ai a positive ci:re for every form
of skin and Llood dhe;tus from piwnlc te
Sold everywhere, l'ticc: Ci-th'tua, 60 r'..
OAf. Wets.. ItKSOI.VKXT. fl.eO l'ri.r.-in,! 1,1;
the i'OTTEK DUl'G AND t'HF.MIOAI. CO.. Uos-
i rr-f!en:l for -'ilow to Cure Skin r.(iini.(. "
64 pages, C9 tliest rat ions, and 10j tessimoniIs.
prf.TPI.Es. l.V.;-l;-i:o.-wN. ehanprd and oily
sin rrevi-ii'.ed 1-y CL'Ticiit Msot-
The distref'iiis: sneeze, cr.cezo, sticeze. tho
acrid, v.-iitcry d'.Mi; i;:e.s from lf.e eves anfl n.a
the pahif il iutiaiiiiiio t'en exleiidlea to tho
tliroht, tho fWiliin.; of tiie re.u-iu lin'.nir
causini; chokirz sor,.T,i.-ns. cotnrh. irmrif
noises iu the head aud ridittia- headaches.
how fair.idar tlK.se ilr Ci'.srB are to thoututi'ds
t.-1'o puffer period !: ;:- fmrn herd colds c-rln-
flu nza, and nlio live in i-ar.r-m.--c of tlje fact
taat a "luie appacation el SAxn-KK't IUbi-
CAtCutr. ku C'ATAitit it a fiord iesta.
Mat this trea'.in;i.t lu c:s f f ;-..j.ie catairh
Kives but a faint i-la :I v. i.m tbis renedy 1 1
do in th ehroisJe forres. tbe brgtli!rj-'
is ollruc.ed by cl.'-k.n'. t iid jon oti. -lumulatloi'.s.
tli" Ileal t i. !I?ci 7. iniell m.,
cas!e cone, throat t-.'.f r.ilfil ;r:!l h.teinjf con -ti
gradually fasten;: r; i ; .-c I f upc.-.i the 4ebiii'ta:ed
hVftem. Then It : ih-.t riie 'v'rvillmji eura
tlTS ) tr of SAN1-Vri If aTiICAI. Cvk
ma;i!ies's irsr-if in iny ai.ianeouH i:;d jrtatf-'ui
relief. Cure be.ns Irons the first anriitctlb.-n
Itis japid, ra.iica!, pt-rn'.anent, ecoiioaiictl
Sanford's Kapicai. Ct-RK eon!n:s of oi e
bottie of tiie Kauk alC Litt:. one haxCA-j uu
ti al S.U.VK.NT aud aa Imi jioved Imial&u
roITF.B DRUO & CUKMICAL CO., IJOSTOK
PAINS and WEAKNESSES
Jkf;J. i "ireeabie i;isiaiiiiieoiis and liifa;:(-
f ,b;. TV 1 1V5 i.!,lr' f-Ieiai.v
I T-ZPT 'J relieve Female Palua &r i
aiaaaJ Wenktieises. Warranted va.iiv
nnu-rairi xr l abiwr. a new. mi . t
aiflii v eaKoeises. Warranted ru.t- ...
euur to ail other plasters, and tbe moat n.r
Macs. 'u ' w"tt
Tbe Newivir at JKoan.
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