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Both Sidcs'of the Question
should be looked Into. And
the intelligent smoker uses BLACKWF.LL'S
BULL DURHAM SMOKING TOBACCO.
BLAC KWELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO CO., Durham, N, C.
. dr: for the Ailments of Man and Beast
' '-tc-lej pain reliever.
; .c is ..'.most universal by the Housewife, the Farmer, the
ivaicr, and by every one requiring an effective
..; rfnlication compares with it in efficacy.
. ' ; !!t,vn remedy has stood the test of years, almost
iVini; chest is complete without a bottle of Mustancj
. :; vt.
.- arise for its use almost every day.
.: : '.".' ist, and dealers have it
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6t.H THE POCiTiV
3li.di.i.. ' -' ' !-:t.Y J i'O'i iti-;;. V4T-"i
SCHIFFMANTS Athina Curef
I N"ver lmJs to Liin in-t..ht r.-Ii.-f in the wnrwta
lc&'S, anil l'it,--i. itlo wllcre l.t!o-l full.
I TrUI i-wknire t- lift-, of Irti,i,U or by Hill.
I HMn f iW K wirtl'KSf NN". M. I'vil. Wlit. I'
i,k' Scientific American
Ti -V. f ,
irV.'-!.?i TRADE MARKS,
v - fli 'Vs i'-l DESlCN PATENTS
i. 'HH COPVRICHTS, etc
For tnfortnatinn nnl fiw Itfinrtbonk WTiti' tn
Ml SN l)., IIIIIIALlWAY. NKW Vlllllf.
Oldiist Inirmiu f'lrsi'runmi miIimiIs in AmiTn-a.
Kvery iliit tnki'n mil hy n Is hrmiiilit l'f'irn
tho public; by a rmtlc-e trtveii tree ot cliurne In tlio
I.snot ctreiilntlnn of unv nolontlt'i1 rnfT In
-irll. Splon.licllv HluM'rHUMl. No InU'lliL'Ptit
man shoulil be without II- Weekly. w.'I.OO a
ji'iir: fl.ai nix mmillis. Adilre.-w .in iiUi
uliuiikhs, XI llroaUway. New Yurk,
Chamborlain's Eye and Skin
. A certain cure for Chronic Soro Eyes
Tetter, Salt Uhoum, Scald Head, Ol
Chronic Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema,
Itch, Trairio Scratches, Soro Kipploa
and Tiles. It is coolins and soothing.
Hundreds of case3 have been cured by
ttaftcr all other treatment had failed.
Iti3 put up in j and DO cent lasci.
V; i .1 :
For Atehiiismi, ft. Josi ph, Loaviti
worth, liiiis;n City. M. I.uuis,
ami iill point- r -tli. cist
hlMltl) or uv-t. 1 ici.
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Call tit Iii'poi or address
ii, C. TOWXSKM),
(J. 1. A. St. Louis, Mo.
j. c. rinu.ii'pi.
A. (J. 1'. A. Omaha.
II. D. Apoak. Afft., rinttsmouth.
iuLLJUi i 'w N -"-"die- A
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when this is done
grra p. jrcciFSSiHKiny-wicURED
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WtNF.V-'.VCOKNS. T'i" ivwtiwtHi'.
5tb A Family Affair
OAj') Pleasure for the Tarents,
MAOjfiiNew Life iortlie Uld Folks.
("Is a funilly all'air a ro'iniKllo
jf t ho liDiiic. A 'i ci-nt
jmu Unto limkos 5 nllom (,f
H Oilii'lons, nr.Mi--:!lii.-iii'u',
Pon't 1,o d.rlv.-.l jm (Valor, fir
1I10 sokour lnn-.T -r. -lit. i. ln y.
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j Fanners, F'.iners and Mechanics.
4 PIRFiXT SOAP FOR ALKALI WATER.
C.ir'.s ChofinK, Chapped Hands, WountU, Uurna,
Etc. A Dcliijhtrul Sliampuo.
r7l!!TE RUSSIAN SOAP.
Specially Adopted for Use in Hard Water
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THE EVENING PRIMROSE.
Suit Evening Prlmrwe, with your silken Hole
limn; ilflh Hloly mur,l. what a soul
LiH.ks fmm your patifiit eye! How frail and
Von stuiiil Hinimit the floweret! mul yourlion l
Slums like a vanii-liins phnntoin of the grail.
Yininc Imils lliat iiut a finger to the Mue
C'rowcl on your stem, mul youth and hope are
While the sap runs; yet scarcely has the sun
Warmed t ire upon your petals ere their hue
Kails into pallidness of death begun.
And strr" n atiout the grass the blossoms hide
'1 he poor discolored fragments of their pride.
Or hang disconsolate it li draggled cst,
And eli'. sodden cerements, to at.i.lo
'1 he gi.olual workings of the Alkahest,
Was it for this joii sirnggh d into light?
Thai one brief d;.;. should crown a tedious
Was it for this . .:i felt your way along
The pat li of i.at.iral growth, tlint from their
Shi ill death should e ho 111 jour triumph
It may he s.,. There are w ho vav the h!:ss
Ki"i'.:! tin' pa.:i: jet c oil I i! he for this
ilioil know s. j 011 opened j our s" eel . pal im!
To see the sun's face once and die In his kiss'
Kor lee - Jon bloom again in I'anolise.
- Nina I.aj.nd in Longman's. .Mag.iiiie.
NaniiH anil ltusiiiess's.
There is lit limes a peculiar eoinci
uViico its regards the name of a 111:11:
mul hi liiisiiu ss. Such an n pi t fiai c
liess of liamo to calling is fiiMiiotitlv
(tiiit itcriiiciital. '"Sexton lirothcrs,
Uiiilertakers mul Upholsterers," is the
Woi'ilinv; of a si.nn lit Lohl; 1'raiK'h, iiinl
ilressmaker on Clinton street. New
York, hea'.s the name of N. Nmlel (tlio
(iertn.in for neeille). To tliose who 1111
il istatul ( ierniMii, Schneider will seem
an eiptally appropriate name for a dress
maker, and there are plenty of luitchers
in town named Met.i,'er, while at least
ime ParlicTK'loriesiiitho nameiif Sclieer
er. rnt it seems odd that n 15aecker
should deal in meat, or that even an
Avenue A. Harbor should sell beer.
However, when wo hear of "Taylor &
Culler," a linn of clothiers, or find that
'Si iekwell A: Co." are ltiticilii ; makers,
tin re is u strong suspicion of an inten
tional manufacture of appropriate jjriu
names. And that story nliotit the bro
ker t'.rm ol '. Ketcham & I. Cheatham"
lias been told so often that one hardly
knows whetle r to credit it or not. New
Centratizat Ion of (iuveriiiiient.
The history of the federal govern
ment is one of ffi-owinir stretiLClh and in
fitteltee. The difference between thi'
intention of the founders of the system
und of the existing fact is nearly as
great as that between tip) opinions of
Jefferson and moderate Federalists.
From the first organization of the gov
ernment to the present time, there has
been almost a steady advance toward
centralization. This advar.ee has bt en
both aided and retarded by the snprt.nie
court; but in the legislative branch of
the government mid in the popularmiiiil
tlio proportions "f the. federal govern
ment have constantly grown larger. It
has not been the tendency of the people
of t lie republic to titrrngthen the local
government at the expense of the general
government. On the contrary, the gen
eral government has grown at the cost
i f the states. Henry L. Nelson in Har
per's. Tin Nepaleso '"Kimi."
Th" N'jialese "kukri", or heavy
curved knife, with theedgeon the inii'7
side, is familiar by name to renders of
the i.oeor.tits if in.r "little wars," in
which the ( ilo.orka infantry have taken
part. Hut tin re is ntiothir Nepali so
weapon, the "kora," the must strangely
shaped sword 1 vi r used, which, starting
from the hilt about an inch and a ha!!'
wide, when near the e.id turns at righ
.nudes and expands to six inches. Tin'
late Jung liahadur, a noltd expert at nil
eastern arms and exercise:, was able li
decapitate a bullock Willi one blow of
the kora. Chambcts' Journal.
arvlngs 011 Kasler Island.
The hard volcanic lock of Luster
ibl.md is covered with carvings intended
to represent human faces, birds, fishes
mid mythical animals. Fishes and tur
tles appear common among these sculp
tures, hut the most common figure is n
mythical animal, half litiiiinn in form,
with bowed back and long, clawlike
legs and units, According to the na
tives this symbol was intended to rep
resent the god "Meke-Mcke," the great
spirit of the sea, Philadelphia Ledger.
They All IlodKi'd.
A fpinint minister once said, "Now,
brethren, I propose to throw this hymn
book at the man who has been thinkin:,'
of s. no !:ii:i' other than the sermon."
11" mado the r.e. c , ,ry g.v-t'.ire, as
tlioti'.h he Would htll! the bo k, and.
eiirio',1: ly enough, eveiy man in the cmi
L'ie:;.'i!ieii '.licked his I,, a,),- Londuii Tit
bus. Mow One Know i.
A weMi"g coiiio 1 !i pt Ty fotie at. the
11nusn.1l hour It! do in lb. i.e.niing. P
is iinneci -s i!".' I 1 add that thi., was tie
weddi';..- ,,f a !M,'i' u 1 t.i.ni. Ai.y otlit 1
km ' ' f a i i.i s;.,; iL, ti,. -,i 1 1 u-- tn .,
v." !,!! h '.' b. 1: in i.-: t -I it a iii.uli i
f ' ' " -d'oiiii o ! ,.;,-.t i:, nijfer.
l il t Wheal in . .-.
The f'f-t v.l eaf rii ... .'. Vi the N, v
World was M,wn 0:1 th I ! itid of I ;
hell, 1 in J,;tiiiarv, 1 t'.'l. ami :t March ;;.
the cir.i :t ) :, -'t r: . !.- ;t Ie .!H-
Whl'll Vr'l ', !:,' V i'lf el:." ); ..lit of th
(ityto ay bill:., wr.te the name a.'al
lesideiici' 1 f your aver thus: "1'av to
John Smith ,; ,,f ;,.; ton." This
will nit your banli on its .juard if pi,
sePtod al the coin,t. i .
It is c.ilcul iti d that it would take a
pcr-'oii 1. v.r :;mi years to read all the
standard works that are pulilisl,,.,, in!li
Vet we scl'loin coiiie across a nian who
will acknowledge that he has not read
Cyrus Thompson claims to have dis
covered the key which will unlock tiic
mystery of the Maya codices and proba
bly of the Central American inscriptions.
WELLINGTON S FAMOUS BALL.
Ilrlle neil Ileum Who Ileal!? Ian
the liaiiee tif lieatli.
The D'ike and Duchess of Kichmond
were living in a fine hotel on the lino il
la lilanchis.sere, which stood on its owr
grounds and had u fruit and tlower
garden extending to the city ramparts.
Their graces moved in all the society of
r.russels, and entertained a great deal.
The duchess, who had issued x'.'tl invita
tions for the ball, proposed to recall
them when she heard that Napoleon's:
unity was advancing. Hut the lhikoi.f
Weliingto.i, to pi-event alarm, leipp'stcd
that the hall miidit take place.
Nevertheless, many Hnulish families
were frig'-teiied away from Hrtisscls,
and post horses were kept harnessed in
the Duke of Uichiuoiid's stable, in easj
bad news front the scene of the conllc t
should make it advisable for his chil
dren to be sent to Antwerp. The ma
jority of the people of Hmsscls Wctv I
violent Hotiapat'tists, and were prepar-i
to entertain Napoleon in great style
should he force t!ie lit itish army to re
treat and enter tin if city in triumph.
S.i it. was that the Duke of Wellington
and many of his officers went to the ball
after tiie business of the day had been
attended to. While the merry collides
were Hying around a dispatch from the
front was handed to Wellington. I If
asked the Duke of Richmond for a pri
vate room where lie might consult with
sotuij of his generals who were present,
The duchess" dressing room was the only
convenient room safe front intrusion.
Caudles were hastily lighted on the
dressing table, at which Wellington sat
with a map before him, and having ex
plained certain point to his staff thev
all rejourn,! d,,. company. They left the
house before 10 o'clock and succeeded
in doing so without attracting any at
tention. Very few, if imy, of the
dancers guessed how near at hand was
the crisis which was to decide the fate
of F.urope. and it never etiteied the
heads of the oimg ti'lr 1 li:it some of
their partners ware dancing the "dance
of death." Manchester Times.
The Spider Hank.
The miners of Colorado who have
built cabins on the mountain sidesknow
what a pest the small, blown Wood
spider proves to he. They throw their
webs over your best, clothes, cooking
utensils and in every corner whom you
can get them in your eves and mouth.
Not only that, but they will drop into the
frying pan, water bucket or upon the
table when you are eating. Hut nature
furnished us a remedy and a friend when
she gave us the spider hawk.
The name is given by miners to a
small, steel blue wasp about throe
fourths of an inch in length. He can
easily be recognized by the iptick, ner
vous stroke of his wings. The wasps build
a nest upaiiiong the rafters of yourcabin
of wood pulp or furze from the otitet
coating of old dead trees. Then they
are ready for business. Kvery few mm
utes you can see your hawk climbing nr.
the rafters with a spider, sometimes car
rying one four or live times his own
Sometimes they got 11 spider so heavy
that they will fall many times before
they succeed in reaching their Host.
They never give up. but keep on trym:;
till they suet 1. When the spider is
safely placed m the nest the female
hawk depo-ils her egg ill the dead body.
The hawks Ii s only in pairs, as far a
my observation ;:oes. They become
r.'.'her tame.-- ( ;r a! I), vide.
1 itay capons.
Tlienati dial Malay weapon, the kris"
is -aid to have been invented by a .l.ivi.
ne-o monarch of the Fourteenth eon
tiny. Its varieties are said to exceed
hundred, and them are in Javanese pi
fev.-r than fifty names for thtm. P
v;n'i' -i in size, from the two feel wavy
blade of Sulu down to a mere- tooth
pick Hut lhe peculiarity is that th
woap in is never ground, but kept rougl
and siwbke in edge, by scouring will,
lime juice or the juice of an unripe pirn
tipple, sometimes mixed with nrsensio
find it is on this account that krii,
wounds are so dangerous.
Old specimens am so eaeu away bj
this practice that, the blade seems
formed from a bunch of wires roughlj
welded up. Such krises am highly
valued, and some of the ancient ones,
heirlooms of chiefs, with grotesipiely
cawed and inlaid hilts and sheaths, nn
almost unputvhnsablo. Chambers' Jemr
II Olluil Hepilols.
A certain piv'afo had among his snl
ord atesan honest and simple minded
ele: .' man. who was in the habit of pro
tii; .' to 1, arly all his replies the Lain,
Woid "Mi "inguo." t lue day the i!elati ,
wi-' ng to divert himself, at the expelist
ofl; sn!d clergyman, in the tail.-difa
lar:. si a ,al g;i! loving, gravel',' sai.l to
"'. Thad h ti'i. would i! ho H.ht, in
a ea 1 f 1 :'.' :m y, t-, bap! i..e an in
f.ii,: v. :th I. i..thv'
" i 'in i.-.",:'-,; d -pc lid- ., .-. plied th.
ii!- ' W 1 : h !.! 'I ii fro; 11 you,
hi!. .. i' w -ah! be . ry wtong- iudi oil.
hut .' hi'1. -erV,d in the hospital
und-1 your mar rgem, nt in i-.. lit vc,
pl'o IV le I -1 d lof tl." .l,l.. 'SO. as if It
is in- pute v, ,,; a , i- is ,,, ,t very far off."
-St. ,!0 Sc. ii".
Masi .ilar I xi rei .0 111. 1 ll allli.
As laaiiy i'-e,i s, j,-ouiine:d hiii.iii
whii ai " 1 '.. -o of I he abd' 1r.il1.1l and
pe lv olrau-. are tlio oi!i-i i:Mi;-is (it
cong. -!iou, and us good circulation lloey
muo: ha- t !., priei,1ii .11 ot sin h co.
gi st: "i. inn 1 ..i.ir exerei ', be inipr.iv
ing t : e general circulation both by in
en-a rag (he a'-tivi'y of the heart a:ij
aiding in the vetmns letiini. will (hi
much to prevent a large c'.assof dis
eases -Dr. J. M. Kici in p. pular Sci
How Wan li Ciysluls Aro Made.
Watch ery.-tal arc made by blowing
a sphere of ghi s about oi.e yard in
(lianiclcr, after which the dinks aro cut
from it by means of a pair of compasses
having ti diamond at the extremity of
one leg, New York Journal,
Ah, she U of our thought und tfcnn.
And we are vaguely loath to tmee
Through nights of variant age and cllmt
Her tiiri bright to a servile race.
inid (he tumult of our days.
Thrilled with the lire of hope and dream.
She treads in fearless wise the wajs
That men had sought and (rod supreme.
With gladdened even she fares, ami none
Shall check her warm, uplifting soul
That sees flo.r ..ne shilling goal
Like lhe new glut j of n sun.
She (eels t he exultant sense of life.
And bat I li s 111 I he blood of strife;
Where men have climbed, her hands shall
What men have taught, her tongue shall
Sexle-s in si niggle, hold ln mind,
I ell ile mi 1 fsh expedient, strong
To li-.i.l her right iignitei lhe wrung.
To s, ek li.lt ot hers dal e' to lilld,
she siaml, um oed, unboiled, unbent,
T ne misin s of ,, r high Intent.
Yel she is 1, a u 0111 01 si ill,
ho w e,-;.s as nij 1 women w ceil,
W'lio o , , ,s otllj W oil 11 u w ill.
An. I ri a;.- her j.o s a, women reap;
Whose m ,!i i- , in Us sacred stir,
Is 1 he in iolale part of her;
W hose ehana is not ol 111,111, hut blow n
Like t he w lid l o-es, all her oil 11.
Sweei heart and lloncr cif fruitful j ,-ai-s.
Time ( anno! change her ,ini!r. and tears,
Time ca'inoi r..h her of the grace
Which burns like love light In her face.
(ioige l-.dgar Montgomery in l'Tank Leslie's.
A Veiili-lloiiilst Alioai'd.
"There was a very mad conductor on
tho oast bound train the other night,"
said John D. Paterson, a Kansas City
man. "Tho car was crowded, and 1
Miami! my seat with a St. bonis drum
mer, who was bent on having a good
time at the expense of his fellow pas
beiigers. As the conductor canio along
a dog under our seat began to snarl
viciously. The conductor looked hard
at the drummer. "No dogs allowed in
tho coaches; take him into the baggage
cur,' he said. 'Not my dog,' replied the
drummer, as he mado a vicious kick.
Tho cur went howling under the seats
tho full length of the car. The passen
gers became interested. The conductor,
porter and brakeinan made search
him. He continued to run and ho
The passengers joined in the search,
no dog could be found, anil the (pi
was finally given up.
"Just as tho passengers had settled
into a doze tho dog si t up a heat"
breaking, ear piercing howl. Th
search was renewed, but without suc
cess. As we pulled into Hunker Hill the
dog got under the wheels, mid his death
hong was something appalling. The
conductor was overjoyed. Ho got off
und looked for fragments of the dog.
Tho drummer had alighted, and as the
.(inductor called all aboard, he put
lown his grips and filled that train from
stigine to sleeper with dog fights, lie
was a ventriloquist, Tho conductor was
?o mad that he forgot to take up tickets
for forty miles." St. Louis (ilobe-Dem-ouat.
Iloclored lis Own Tall,
A small boy gave a lesson in natural
history the other day. Ile brought into
tho office a specie!) of lizard popularly
known as the ".swift." Holding tho lit
tle reptile above his head ho let it fall
to tho floor, with the result that a sec
tion (if its tail was broken off. Noticing
that it was minus a part of its preheti
silo organ, the swift, after discovering
the piece of tail lost, backed slowlvup
to it, and placing the stub against th
piece, hel l it in contact lor a lew sec-oud.-.
and then rut swiftly away wit li
his tail ghi"d together, apparently a.-t
sound as ever.
Th" i -p. i'ii'!..;:( 'y ' : i- ; .-tied -over. 1 1
times, with tin- same l.-siilt. Swift, glue
could doubtless In- tired sin -sfullv i'i
sticking dismembered limiis, fingers,
etc., t-1, 'et !n t. and tv" throw out thi'
suggestion to 1 1 s'i'.'g.. ,i, 1 r what it
U worth. Otitario ' diserver.
, i-iv Ucliiciit In a Mineral.
It is repotted that a new lenient has
been recognized in a mineral found in
l'.gypt by Johnson Pasha in 1MI0. Thi.'
mineral, first called "Johnsonite," Im!
afterward masrite, con.-ists mainly o!
aluminium, manganese, cobalt and iron
in combination with sulphuric acid. It
dissolves in water and yields on treat
ment with sulphuric hydrogen in an
acetic acid solution a white precipitate,
from which a pure hydroxide was pit
parad. New York Journal.
She liil mul She Didn't.
When you save a lady from being
killed in a runaway and she say0
"Thanks, " she really means, "The nexl
time yon do anything of that sort please
don't muss the lace on my dress." 1!
sho really felt any sense of gratitude
she would exclaim, "Call around ami
I'll introduce you to my youngest bis
tur." Detroit Tribune.
It Did Seem Stlioige.
1'f'ited Lady i 'i the h"aoh) Why jsu i.
soinctliin done for that ship in distress.;
Why don't .some of y..u
('oa-t (iu ird diurriedlv i Wo lrtvi.
sent the crew a line to come acholic
I'.xi ited Lady ( I i. 1 -is! W-r-
they j'i:; , ( ., ., f,,,-,., .; tnvi'n'i
Nw York i v--r.
If the I' o-tti . a . l oo. e. I
If th:- lobe W- ! ' coo' '! li .W!l to s''0
ilegs. lelo'is- th-. : . ; . :' i i'-igra I" i' j
would b- ever. I vi a . i ..f . j
L'tiH thirty .j.vo t' t d. .-p. of which about
seven feet would be liquid oxygeji. --
Th" boa an 1 its able. - a r.' i n; i n-ly (-n.
fineil to Am ri' i, Aa-traha and t',--tropioal
1'aci ic isl.iinis. The pvlnoi; .
on th" oiln-r iiatid, aie most I v tr-'lil tn"
tl Persia tiie umbrella was of ma h n
.oval distinction. In llindostan tl;.'
title of "ohat'r.ip.iti" -igUilics "lord .,! .
tho umbrella, or sha le of state.
Tit ere are about .,.", i n tons of soot r?- !
covered from tho chimneys of London j
every year, which yield an annual
rumitic of nearlv s'.'.'-l.tiiiii.
Tliem was snow in many parts of
Iowa and Illinois on May 11,17, and
aiiiu as late as May ,
MAKES CHILD BIRTH EASY.
I Colrln. L., Doa. 2, 1886.-My wlf nied
; MOTHER'S FRIEND before her third
' confinement, and says she would not bo
I without it for hundred! of dollar.
J DOCK MILLS.
Sent hyenpreM on receipt of price, (U.50 per bot
tle. Hook ' 1 o Mother " nulled dee.
BRADriELD REGULATOR CO.,
! A. N. SULLIVAN.
j ttoiney nt-l.uw. Will oiv prompt attention
, o nil business entrusted to linn, (itllce In
; 'ii ion Mock, fca-t Side, riattsinnulli, Neb.
tainstiintly keeps on tntnd cverythin
you need to furnish your house.
COHNKU SIXTH AM) MAIN sTKKIT
Platismouth - Neb
IK'ST : NATIONAL : HANK
OK I'l.ATTSMOl Til, NKltUAHKA
r-ald up capital fMi.imn.no
rs the very to-l facilities for the promt,
IniiisHi'iloii ot lltiiimate
rttock linnd!i,Kolil.(!overnmeiit and local to
urltli's hmight and nhl. Iieposits reeeivea
ilid mierest allow e,l on the eertlllciile
Irafis drawn, available In any part of the
United Stale and all the principal tewnn of
O1.1.KCTI0NH MAIIR AND PKOMPTLT BSMIT
1HI). Ilgln-K market price pnld for roimly "j w
rants, Hlate aim County hoiide,
louii Fitgriuit I), ifawkuworth
Sam Waugh. K. K. . "line
' ienrfte K, lluvev
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C;iet(i! Pi.iid in
J K li loilhiuan. .1 W .lol.i son, I! S (.ii-us
1 I I. iL ..i.i XI li m
.' j . .'i i'ioi gan, ,i
A ( oniiul'. W Weltellkaliip, U
A igeiiorul Ininxino- business nails
ai led. Interest nllowed ( n de
Pbittsinoittli . Ncbrusk;
PLACKS t)F WOKSIIIP.
Cai iiot.ic.st. rani's ('lunch, ale, h-tw
Filth and Sixth. I'ather Can i y, l as'
Serviees : Muss at 1'inl In :. ,. ji". s - !:.
sehi ol ,il j ;:iii, with lii-neilietnm.
CltnisTi,' v. ('oil ei iisf and . ' ), s
M-ivlees iiKirmii I I'd cei!j.g. hi.
Coil inia) pasior. Suiulaj m boo! ic.i. ;.i.
bi'ls' op st. Luke's ( hnich, con . !
ami no-, lo v. Ii It. Pu.ies-, ,:,.-r. . s ,
leei ; II A. M. anil I .el' I', it hUl.'l S' . ...
at :.';'i P. M.
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at 1 1 a in . ;,!'. s n, m.
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li.' ' in. ''I li. A-. I I v .leg !,. Ji! 1 1 ,
Fills t .M V I lii'i'M'. Sixth St., I .-tv
.ei i rem:, iiev. i r. itnn, i. i
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hoai s. Si.jniaj scliool :i i.'.u a. m.
SU I I Msil I I.N.ipl,,; 11 lo.NAI.. Crii,
t Aeeli I'ili h :c ,1 sixtil.
Col o i ; i 1 1 I ', 1 1 i I s i , , 1 1 a e I la!,
I'-i'll' ''lid I ' iitili, liev. A. la.-',
'r !,,'s I : a iii. ninl T :. p in
I -It: V I'llln sday evelli! .'
Vor.Mi MlN's ClIHIs'l lA.N Assocl V , )i.--1,'ooiiis
in w ateticim block, Main street. Cos
p.-! ineetaa-. fm iik-i, nnh . cv , V Stoaiav M -tcrnooii
ai I o-clock. I(i.oiii open n-k'in.s
from s:;m a. lu.,iu w ; ;to p. m.
SOt Til I'AIIK TAI'.KltNAI l.K.-Hl'V. .1. M .
Weed, I astor. Services; MiittiHV felieol
Vi n. in. ; 1 ii'iiehinp, 1 1 a. m. und 's p. tn. ;
prayer meeting Tuesday night ; elu ir lat
tice Kinlay iilcht. Allure welcome.
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