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tho life that is fighting against
Only tut nrnj.l ly.
1 "tit. it off, and untiling can savo
vou. Hut, if taken in titiu1, I)r.
l'ierec's (I'llihii .Medical Discovery
will certainly euro.
It must In1 done through tho
11 txl and tlic " Discovery " in
tin! inost potent lilouil - cleanser,
Mrcngth-restorer, and flesh liiiiii r
thill'ij known to ineilical Science.
Tin' scrofulous affection of tliu
lungs that's callcil Consumption,
mill every form of Scrofula and
Mood-taints, all yield to it. Tor
Weak Lungs, Spitting of lllooil,
Uronchitis, Astlmia, and all severe,
lingering Coughs, it's an uiieiualed
remedy. It's the onh one that's
(fuarunti i'i!. If it ilocsi.'t benefit
or cure, in every case, you have
your money hack.
COKXKK OK VI NIC AMI 1IITII STS
K. NOTTS UHOS, Publishers.
I'tiMislieil every 'I l n r-ilit y . nnd "lit il y
ev ery evening en et Sumliiy.
Kei;i-.tereiliit the I'lattsinoiit li, .obra-kii
post pllii e n et i tml i lai-t nniil matter f.ir
tiniisiiii-ioii tlimiiiili tin- I'. S. imiiW.
I KU1- It K WKI-.Kl.Y.
I Int- enr in ml viinre - l
1 1 ne ear nut in ihIwiik e " - - 1,1
Si x 1 1 11 it 1 1 It in ailvtiiito - - - T."i
I liri-e 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 in mix iinee I"
I lite ye ;tr ill ml lint t :H' '"I
I llr li'l'V itlle tttintl It 'ii
I'l r week by I III I 'ier ' ' 1
" Wc jinuniso to cure your Ca
tarrh, I'crfeetly and iierniancntly,
no matter how hail your case or
of how long standing or we'll
ay you .11 in." That's what the
Siroirietors of I'r. Sage's Catarrh
einetly say to every sufferer from
Catarrh. Ami they mean il.
Iti-Ulslrti'tl I'hyli liill Mini riliiniHU'M
Special attention given to Office
Hoi k Hi.rri-s - Ni:n,
IK AI.K.It IN
STAPLE AND FANCY
Patronage of tlic Public Solicited.
North Sixth Slroet, Plnttsinouth
-: 1 F.-N T-I S T :
. , 41. . nail naics tu new j ui rv.
the democrats, to gum tlic ii.tiB),i
, . . I lo accommodate (. hristian hn-
would require forty-three votes. In-j ,,,..,vri.rrt .. ,llt.ir lrit.I1( along
diana iilone would give the reptiUi- j its line who de-die U attcn.l the
cans the DriHiilcncy and two vot s I national convention of the VP. S.
1 J t - I . . V V. .1. I..1.. " III .1...
while both Now York ant ,; J'". ', "';
ingtoii rouie win on iu -i iiiii
Indiana would have
to be cairid
TIICRSIiAY. jcm: :,
HEPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET.
Itl.NJ A MIX II Mv'KISliX
of 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 K i .
I'"ur ire I'ri -iili-tit
Will I I.I. AW K'll; I)
uf fv in U.
now elect in
llillites are saying:
n if vou can."
Tim: iiesiion that is now going
the round of the democratic papers
is, "Who in h I is Stevenson."
I I cannot be said that lloies is en
tirely disappointed, for he Haiti he
would have the presidency or noth
ing, and he got nothing.
TlIK democrats ate working hard
to get the independents to nominate
Walter O. (ireshem for president.
They rcali.c that it is their only
hope of healing Harrison.
lll.i'Al si-; (in-sham is a republican
and a man that is popular with the
masses of the people, (he democrats
are praying for the independents to
nominate him for president, so that
they will have some show to elect
irover Cleveland. Hut they should
remember that the good book sajn
that "The prayers of the wicked pro
democrats to put them in
power. New York and Montana
would leave them four votes shoi t
ol the requisite number, while iw
York and I ml would give then
eight voles more than enough. I toll
New York ami Indiana, it will le
seen, are absolutely es.-etitial to tlic
democracy, while Cleveland's del i
ocratic foes li ive been declat ilg
all along that he can not r-ecure t) .
former slate.- (ilohe lemocrat.
An Ainiiiuli'il S(nr.ii;- llinrvolr.
The Au.-nraliun lamprey has its j iiii
ripal habitat ill the Murray river, i.nl
;ou..eiUeiitly in tht) dry seasons il is ttl
to he imheil'ileil heneatli tlm hanletitfl
clay, where no water is. As tin) strc.ira
reeedi s, tiiu animal tills its pouch an!
ilisajipears into the soft luml helow,
thereto remain until tlio drought ha
(.i.isseil away, suhsistins,' on the inoislurc
which it has learned to store in a special
ized receptacle lit the sido of the ln ail.
Asa matter of fact, tho fih has mas
teretl the tlil'.ictilt iniesi.ioii of water stoi
age on its own account before the ran
of liouu) sapiens has been able to solve
the same problem iu the island conti
nent. It is an interesting question whether
this Australian lamprey is not a linger
ing example of the fish of Miocene ages,
mid as such may he considered as an an
cestral typo of I'.uropean lampreys. A
sea lamprey that I examined alive,
caught in the salmon nets of tho tidal
Maury, had a ilintinct tendency to
dwell at either Mile of the head, as if the
pouch mit;ht be forthcoming in time of
actual necessity. If tho Australian type
is not the absolute ancestor of the liritish
genera, it is at le.i:;t, reasonable to sup
pose that it is an older form, and that
the ilivei'L'ent genera ami suedes have
tit seetnletl along different lines in tin
irrcat life btniggle. That the pouch of
the antiinxleau lamnrey is intended for
the storage of water is a fact that can
liardly lie ilotiiiteti by any one who lias
Keen the specie amid its peculiar sur
roundings. Cornhill Magazine.
i a special ttraiu from Outalia
i throuoli to New York, via C'hica
'and Niagara Falls, leaving at 1 1: 10 1
1 p. in., after arrival of all trains Iron. !
the we.-t. A rate of one fate for the j
I round trip has been atilhori.ed and I
will be open to the general public!
, Tickets, good to return any time
i within thirty d.i)s Iroiu date ol ,
purchase, will be on .-ale at dates to j
1 lie announced later. I he low rates .
Un force, the through car facilities I
! at the disposal ol travelers by the
' liut lington route, and the delight-
fill sea-ou of the ear, combine to!
make this an umipialled oppor
tunity ol visiting the east. I nielli- I
her that you inn pun ha.-e tickets j
I n in i your station agent through :
to New York. Pull in for nation
mav be hail upon apoiication lo the
al agent of the 1 i. or by ad- j
dressing . I'tancis, Vieneral J as- i
senger Agent, Omaha.
OrevlOM, Viish in(t m nml tin Nor
west ijmci lie C.i iii-i
The constant demand of the trav
eling public to the far west tor a
comfortable and at the same time
an economical mode of traveling
has led to the establishment as
what is known as Pullman Colonist
These cars are built on the same
general plan as the regular lir-t-class
Pullman Sleep r. the only dif
ference being that they are not up
holstered. They are furnished complete with
good comfortable hair uiatresses.
warm blankets, snow white linen cur
tains plenty of to wt Is, combs, brush
os etc., which secure to the oceu
pant of a birth as much privacy as
is to be had in liit diss sleepers.
There are also separate toilet rooms
for ladies and gentlemen, and sniok
ing is absolutely prohibited. l'"i"
full information send for Pullman
Colonist Sleeper b allet. K. I.. I.o
tnax, ( ieneral Passenger and Ticket
Agent, Omaha Nebraska
'1-' VvA fl''i-i'LL
GOLD AX I) 1'llK'C'KI.AlX I'KUWNS,
Or. Htt'lnwiiys iiiiii'stiitMlt1 (ertlie itnlcm fx
ttat'tliil' ol let'tll.
THE CHANCESOF THE PARTIES.
Mr. Cleveland, as his friends tell
us, is to carry the country this year,
irrespective altogether of the atti
tude of Now York. Lot us examine
this proposition in the light of rea
son. There will be 1 II votes in the
next electoral college, and the party
which gets 2S. of them will win.
It is pretty safe to say that the
great majority of the states thi-
year will vote as they usually did
in the past in presidential years.
The elections of sni made no per
manent change iu the altitude of
any state toward the great parties.
This has been shown in such of the
states as have voted since that year.
It is entirely safe, therefore, to say
that the states here mentioned w ill
align themselves thus in the can
vass this year:
I ii'iitiiiral ie.
Fine Gold Work
a I 7, 3l), Q2I, AND 223 yVlAIN ST
F. R. GUTIIMANN. PROP.
Kates ifl.aO'1'KK wkek and vp
THE OLD RELIABLE.
it 1. iiium s sa
I Mil LUIHU
L. 1 1 I
Shinnies, LhUi, Sash,
Chii mipply evcrw lu'iiiiuiil of the city.
Call and get terms. Fourth street
in rear of opera Iioubu.
COAL I WOOD
M 11 ssai liusfltn.
Xew 1 Imnpsltiro
K'lioite' Isliniil ..
South Ditkotii ..
a Coiinect it'tit li
itl I lehiwaie ... .'!
In I ietiruia lit
i' Kontui kv i:i
!i Mai vlanil S
S M ississippt !
4 Xew Jersey Hi
a North Carolina l
..I ootltl nrolina .. ti
i leiiiiessee I'.'
I irKinia VI
4i esl irinia.
'Jtiil Total Ini
Xew 1 ork lit'
nli and Ollli-e 404 South Third Street.
Ill this table the democrats are al
lowed all the states which Cleveland
carried in 1SSS, and live of the four
Icon electoral votes ot ?liclngan
which state chooses all its electors
but two by congressional districts
this year, ami the state has boon d
vided up into two sections for the
choice of these two. The live olec
tors Here given to tlio democrats is
a very liberal allowance. Iu th
table every state is given to the n
publicans which they carried four
years ago except New York and In
diana add part of Michigan. All
the new state except Montana we arc
putting in the republican column
and that st.ite we put in the doubt
ful list. This, we believe every roil
suitable democrat will concede, is
pretty fair apportionment of th
states between the parties. It is to
be observed we allow Connecticut
and New Jersey to the democrats
and many democrats consider th
I .-..!-.. 1 I ...
lointei a uuie snauy, wnue wc art
not claiming West Virginia, which
was very close in isss, and which is
beingplaced in tho doubtful column
by the prophets this year.
Thus the republicans are reason
nbly sure of 210 electoral votes and
the democrats ISO. In order to win
the republicans have merely to gain
thirteen more of the fifty. four which
are iu the doubtful column, while
Owes its REPUTATION AND
SUCCESS TO ITS OWN
IT IS PURE , UNADULTERATED.AND FGR
RAPID Cleansing Power has noequal
it is invaluable. in lltchen & laundry.
Sold by all grocers.
House Furnishing Emporium.
IlKKK yii '"'"i our hoii.-e lurnisln
telien h liii'Mir ami at easy t'.'anus.
tin? world tviiown llaywnoil lmliy can iaics, also
latest liiil'i'oviil l.i'haiilt' 1 ri'iess iiasoiini' Mint;
No troiiMi' to show eriiiiils.
Two men met on a train going west.
Tliey laid known each other in the six
ties and resinned ucipiaintanco with a
"An how's that bright hny of yours?"
asked the city man of his old time friend.
"Peart, peart as ever, pard. I were
goin tt make a minister of him, but lie
got stage st ruck and took tu that line as
iiat'nd as a duck does to water, an I had
to gin in. And he's the bent shot in
Tunk to tlio Htage, eh? And has he
MuecesHfiil? Well, I reckon IlO lion.
Why, their ain't a man can be named
in the same dav with Hill. Ho kin drop
grizzly in his tracks without ever
cumin down from his perch."
"What is his role?
"Roll? I don't savoy, purd."
"1 moan what line is he in?"
"Oh, the Mounting an Valley line that
runs to Uooehville Uirouli I utamount
drove and I iii;'.lv Hollow. 'Taint fi.n
all the time either, pard, when bandits
is lavin low for yer money or ver lib
,h, he dues the sensational on the
boards. I see. A low coniedian."
Nothin low about llill. ilf friend,
He just nits up on tlu top of the Moti
tanv staije mi drives lus tour-in Icititl as
oasv as rollin nlT a log. V.& I said, the
Btage wu right in his line, nu he'i
ilimitlorin goutl driver. Detroit t ree
Tlii llntty uiul ttiu Siiviiki'.
In the bono caves of the south of
France have been found figures of rein
deer, mammoths and niiiii cut on horn
or ivory,- and evidently executed by art
ists contemporary with the Elophas
primigeniui. Tho men are represented
with short, bent legs, and seem to Mand
or walk in a stooping manner, with the
body bowed slightly forward from the
Now pass your hand down the back of
nny infant under ten months old nml
feel the spine at the loin or lumbar re
gion, whore in the adult modern man
the back is hollow or concave. You will
observe that in the babe it is convex
like that of a quadruped (a ten-month-old
baby is practically a iiuadruped);
and though the child can, perhaps, get
on its legs with the support of a chair,
it does not straighten its thighs and
stand upright, hut is bent forward in the
Fame posture of the cave dweller, wdiose
portrait has come down to us fi-";.i th
Hgt just, succeeding I lie last glacial
epoch. If the support is remov. 1 th"
child falls forward afid again becomes i
psouilo tiund raped. Dlack wood's Maga
zine. Not St, lit-f, -n us It l.iiiikril,
A man t-nti red a btvy city oflicea few
weeks ago and askod permission to iw
the telephone. J le walked to the eon.er
pointed out by one of the clerks, I oke.
curiously at the instrument and rd'tor a
furtive glance toward the other oceu
pants of the room t.wk down t ie i .
ceiver and gentlv whispered in:o it,
A broad smile passed around the root a
find one of the younger clerks calh'd out
in patronizing tones, "Oh, no, inele,
hang up the tuli'. ring the bell tni the
right, then put the tube to your e;r and
talk to that little hole ln-fore you.'
The man inVdiontly hung up the re
ceiver and turned toward the sp'Uikei,
"Thank you!" he said dryly, "I am the
general insjiector of this telephone-lino."
Youth's Companion. j
Nothing New Under the Sun
No! not oven t hrt nig li cars tu I en
er, Ogdon, Salt Lake City. San
I-'ranciseo and Cortland. This is
simply written to remind you that
the I'uioii I'aeilb: is the pioneer in
running through i-ars to the above
inoiit ioiied point. and that the pres
ent tlirougii car arrangement is un-
xoellt-d. We also make Till-: time.
For details address anv agent of
the company, call on your nearest
;ont or write to- I',. I.. l.oNAX,
C. 1 T. A.U. l'.,lnialia Neb.
The following item, clipped from
the Ft. Madison (Iowa) Democrat,
contains information well worth
remembering: "Mr. John K'oth of
thin city, who mot with an accident
a few day ago spraining- and
bruising his leg and arm quite
severely, was cured by one ad-cent
bottle of Chamberlain's I'ain Halm."
This remedy is without an cipial
lor sprains anil liruises antl should
littvr U I)l;u.'e in every InuiwelioLI.
For sale by l G. F'ricke V Co.
OPPOSITE COURT )
Real Estate Boom
Attracts the attention of every prop
orty holder in t h is city, lint when
Ir. Fruiiklin Miles the eminent In
diana specialist claims that heart
disease is curable and proves it by
lb iii-iiiUs of testimonials ol won
derfitl cures by bis new Heart t u ro
il attracts the iittcnt inn of tho mil
lions sulforing with sht .-l b.ioath;
palpalation, irri'gular pulse, wind
in stomach, pain in side or shoulder
smothering spel Is, faint i ng', drops v
etc. A. F. Dav is, Silver Crook. Neii
by ti.-in four bottles ol Dr. Miles'
Now Heart Cure was completely
cured after twelve years stiller. ng
tititn heart disease. This new rem
edy is sold by F. (I. I'ricke & Co. a
WILL KKKP CONSTANT). ON HAND
A Full a(itl Coinph te line ol
Drugs, Medicines, Paints, and Oils:
DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES AND PURE LIQUORS
I'lTscriptioiis ;i it'lnH y K !tiinn l d w w If itii rt.
According to the census of 1 s'.K),
Chicago takes rank, by virtue of her
population of l.d'JVoti people, as the
eighth largest city on the globe.
Most of us desire, at one time or
another, to visit a city in which so
many persons find homes, anil,
when we do, we can find no hotter
lino than the "Hurlington Route."
Three fast and comfortable trains
daily. For further information ad
dress the agent of the company at
this place, or write to J. Francis,
General Passenger and Ticket
Agent, Omaha, Nebraska.
The Missori Pacific will sell round
trip tickets May S to 1-1 inclusive, to
Portland, Oregan, the Presbyterian
general aisotnbly being held their
May l'.t to June Tickets good un
til May I'.t and returning inside W
days at fiid, going via one route and
returning via another. Apply at
ticket office for particulars.
&omi Foollsli People
allow a cough to run until it gets
beyond the roach of medicine They
say "Oh, it will wear away," but in
most cases it wears them away.
Could they be induced to try tho
successful Kemp's lialsam, which
is sold on a positive guarantee to
cure, they would see the excellent
cllect after taking the first dose.
Price aWc and 5T. Trial size free. At
Mi'cs Nt ve toid Livorl'illi
Act on o now prieiplo--regulating-the
liver, stomach ami bowels
j through the nerves. A newdiscov
I crv Dr. Miles pills speedily cure
I biliousness, bail taste, torpid liver,
piles, constipation I'uequalod for
men, women and children. Small
est, mildest, surest. .TO doses Ja cts.
Samples tree at F'. (. I-)ricko Co's.
A Cure for the Ailments of Man and Beast
A long-tested pain reliever.
Its use is almost universal by the Housewife, the Farmer, the
Stock Raiser, and by every one requiring an effective
V.o cither application compares with it in efficacy.
This well-known remedy has stood the test of years, almost
medicine chest is complete without a bottle of Mustang
(kuwions arise for its use almost every day.
AH druggists and dealers have it.
The Grand Trunk railway of Cngnay
from Montevideo has Won completed,
and opens ont a vast tract of fertilf land
hitherto coinnaratively worthiest tlio
area of which is enly a little loss than
Shilohs catarrh K'omedy a posi
tive cure for catarrh, tlipthoria and
canker mouth. For sale by () II
Snyder and K. ( Frieke.
The Homdliest Man in Pinttsmont li
As well as the handsomest, and oth
ers are invited to call on any drug
gist and got free a trial bottle of
Kemp's balsam for the throat and
lungs, a reinoih thatjis selling en
titely upon its merits and is guar
anteed to relieve nd cure all chron
ic nnd acute coughs, asthma, bron
chitis and consumption. Large hot
ties 50c and 21.00.
Tho Doctors aro Cuilty.
Crave mistakes aro made by phy
sicians iu treating heart disease.
The rate nf sudden deaths i daily
increasing. 1 1 itudreds become vic
tims of the ignorance uf pity sicia us
iu theatre ntnie nt of thisdisease. One
in four persons has a diseased heart.
Shortness of breath, palpitation and
fluttering, irregular pulse, choking
sensation, asthmatic breathing, pa in
or tenderness in side, shoulder or
arm. weak or hungry spells, are
s mploins of heart disease. lr.
Miles' New Heart Cure is the only
reliable remedy. Thousands testily
to its wonderful cures. Hooks free.
Sold bv F. 1. Fricke A: Co.
J ust as sure as hot weather comes
there will be more or loss bowel
complaint in this vicinity. Kvcry
person, ami especially families,
ought to have some reliable medi
cine at hand for instant use in case
it is needed. A U.T or ad-cent bottle
of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrlnea Remedy is just what you
ought to have and all that you
would need, even for the most
severe and dangerous cases. It is
the best, the most reliable and
most HticccHsful treatment known
nnd is pleasant to take. For Bale
K. G. Fricke & Co., druggists.
I had a severe attack of catarr'
ami became so deaf I could not heal
common conversation. I sulTerei":
terribly from roaring in my head.
I procured a bottle of Kly's Cream
Halm and in tnree weeks could lie
as well as I ever could, and now p
can say to till who nreafllicted with
the worst of diseases, caoarrh, take
I'dys Cream Calm ami be cured. It
is worth l.tKKi to any Man, ; wwinati
or child sulforing from catarrh -A
Iv. Newman, (irnvling, Mich.
lion. V. V. Lucas, ex-state auditor
of Iowa, says; "I have used Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy iu my
family antl have no hesitation in
saying it is an excellent remedy. I .
believe all that is claimed fiTTft :
Persons nfllicted by a cougllf
....i l ...;n .. f..: i " 'pi ' .
tout o i 1 1 1 1 1 1 it ,t ii 1 1 1 1 1 1 j ner v j
no danger from whooping con J-A
when this remedy is freely pn'fvf'
.TO-cont bottles for sale by F; ?J
Fricke Co., druggists.
Knglish Spavin Liniment removes
all hard soft or calloused lumps
ami blemishes from horses, bloil y
spavins , euros swimis, sweeney .
ring bone, stiflee, sprains all swol
len throats, coughs etc.. Save HO
cent bv use of one bottle. Warrant
ed the most wonderful bleniis'
cure ever known. Sold by F.
fncke co aruggists riattsuioi
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