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K TIME TABLE. J
OF HA.XY PAHSEXOEK TRAINS
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NKillTS OF PYTHIAP (imintlct Loop
, o, 47 Slvft every Wednesday evening
, ilr h'll In Famieie a Cram block, All vie
' 4. knliihts nit eotdinlly Invited to attend
' J. Marshall. C. C ; ti Dovcy. K. H. I.
,'Ol'ms MKVnfllKtaTluN A-WOCIATION
, . ttalerimm blink Minn Hired. Hoonn
fm fp'ip hjii i m in t :ao p in; For men only
""I meeting every buiiiiuy alternooD at 4
, O. I'. w,.. Mod flrt una third Krlilay
' eve.iln;. f e.a li mouth ni li A K. t i . i i 1
nckwmtk bl.w. krank Vermllyea, M, W.
Kucrsole, Keeorder. .
' . i!. W.o. K4- Mn-h nMdiiil and feurth
' ; 'rliltiv vei'iiiini in the month at li. A . ti.
. in K.kwii4 block, K.J, Morgan. M W,
. P, Brown, Kearmler.
IJOYAI. AKUANAM-Cass Council No M21,
" Mett at the K, of P. hail In the Paimcle &
'mli( block liver Hennell & Tutu, vulrii.K
'vtlir.-n Invited Henry Uerold, Ke(eiii ;
Thou M aillnK, Hecreioiv.
, CASH LOlKiR. No. 14S.I.O.O. P. meets ev
ery Tuesday nifht at their liall In HtZKerald
block. All Odd pellima are cordially invited
attend when vixiIIiik in the city. J lory,
N. 11. . W, HmlK, Secretary.
V LACKS OH WORSHIP.
Catholic.-m. Paul's Church, uk, between
Kilth and Sixth. Father a ney, Pastor
Hervlcen : Muss at 8 and lo :30 A. M. Sunday
rVhool at 2 :;io, with rwnedlctlou.
Chkhtias. Comer Locust and Eighth W.
iwmwi mtimiitK aitu eveum. fcoiei J. L.
heed, pastor. biiiidayHclioollOA.il.
Episcopal. St. Luke's Church, corner Third
and Vine. Ke H K. Hurnees. pastor. .Ser
vice : II a. H. ai d 7 Mr. M. Hunday ikhool
Mi -.Mr. M.
ckmam MrrnoiimT. Comer Sixth St. and
4ramt. Kev. lllrt. Pai-tor. hervlien : II A. M.
and 1 JO m. BunUuy Ckhuol 10 :JU k. M.
f 'mkrfiytkhian. erviceii lo new church. nr
Dfir hixth and (iranile km. Key. J T. H.aird,
paKtor. Kunday-wiiuul at 1 ; Preaihlng
ai 11 a. ni. and p. in,
Th V. K. . C. E of lhl church meet every
Sabbath evenliiK at 7 .i In lhi basement ol
lliechucrh. All are Invited to altend there
' Fikut MtTHOtUHT. Sulh St.. betweti Main
and Pearl. Kct J. 11 M bin kner. .a.l..r.
" ' Sertlee : 11 . I o T. H Biinnav ncnnol
-::A.M. Prayer meet, i Wednenday even-
, .kiai pHixnrTKaiASi.-Con.er Main and
m.!:. Hr 'ttt, p4iiir. Hervlcea usual
liuum. KuniU) bch.wi JO A. M.
RKtii'if coMdmoATiuXAU Granite, b
ma Utth ud emu.
' CM)Hnn Baptiht. Mt Ollv, Onk, teten
Tenth and Kieveutli. Kev, A. hi"ell. na-
lor. Hervieei II a ui. and 7 JU a. m. Prav.r
meeting VSeduenday eveumg.
Tnrmi Mkx's Chkitia Aawvi-iAnnx
' KiKima In Waterman block. Main street, l.m-
prl meeliiiK, Icir ineu only. every dulnlsy al
t4irnHin at 4 o'cliMk. Kooiiih opeu tteuk dayf
from S J0 a. m.. to : sa p m.
IViiith Park Tarkhnaclc -Re. J. M.
Wood, PaHor. Servicen: Kunday bVhool,
lo a ni. : PrrachlnK, II a. m. anil II p. ui. j
firayer meetliiK Tuesday nirht ; choir prac
s. tios Priday uiKht. All are welcome.
THE OLD RELIABLE.
II. i. WATEEBAK k m
Hla lin in a Cellar.
A horrible iillair Iiuk jnt bfecu dicov
ered at Itt gelicm, in Brlutu. A fam
ily n.mit'U Vsniit'ti Eynile?, consistiiiK of
two brothers :uij a sister. live theia ou
t'ueir own estativ,- Sij yturs ago ttiero
.ta uiiuiurr bivlU. r, c;.!!cd Lcu:s, v.-hu
went awuy frnui the villas to serve his
time iu the army, but alUma'h he was
very aon diHclinreeii an unfit for mili
tary -rvice, tiie fimiily alwaya rrpliid-.
to oiifMitiiina ahtiut him. anying thHt h
was at ill a soMu-r.
Lutelv, however, mysttriooa repurst
were spread, and recently the family
were unrjiriwd by the appearance of the
burgomaster, accoaipiiniiil by aevenil
other ofliciula and a doctor. In spite of
protests, they aearched the premiM-H.
and when they oieued one of the celluni
a horrible sight met their eye. Cower
ing in a coruer.'pn filthy heap of Htruw,
wua the lout brother, who looked more
like a wild animal than a man.
A continual idiotic laugh wan the only
sign of life he gave, for be was not capa
ble of making any movement of bia own
accord. Even his head staid in what
ever position it was turned by the doc
tor who examine '. hnn. His unnatural
family confetti thit v aen he returned
from his reKimi-ut he v as slightly' mad.
and tosaveti:e espD' of putting him
into a lunatic asylui' ihey had tied him
up In the cellar, wh he had remained
for sii years. TL- brothers and sister
were arreeted, and .be iuiliecile was re
moved to au aylum. Cialiguaui Jlca
senger. At a Mao Hee It.
The letter fluttered into the sanctum
yesterday. It w; from a man to a wom
an, and uh was trying to give her, in his
enthuniaalio masculine way, his idea of
the girls of Narrayanset t I'ier aud tiie
Continue tuey Wear. Uel U What 1.6
says. Comment is nnnecesaary:
"I want to tell you that the women
here are the uiott glorious creatures on
the face of the earth. They go swinging
about in the independent, healthy man
ner you never tee except at the seashore
or among the mountains. Say, why are
they always sick in town and ready for
twenty mile tramps when they get out
"Of con me you want to know what
they're wearing. Tbey all have dresses
made of flannel or something, with white
shoes, white caps, lots of ribbons and
furbelows flying, and white parasols
with loads of whits lace bunched all over
the tops. The skirts are cut bias (is that
right', and therms socicthisg round tl.o
bottom that 1 think you women call a
panel or perhaps it's a flounce. Why
".u't women uress like that all the time?
Why don't yon speak to 'ein about it."
New York World.
My i awa
An Iticldeiil n lha P.lieum uieut.
In evry nrtv boarding or lodging
home there i.i tbeni'C' tijinoilririiirouiig
man lie is always realy t' d.) a M-rvire
aad will run In ft oil lur another,
however dibinclined t.i ejc. rtiou he may
be on his own account. He gets np iu
tho uilit to t ail the doctor or go to the
drug store, he' matches aik lor ladies in
the shop and lie m never so happy as
i'H'hen. at inflnito cot to his time and
mre. hA lm !TT.t!Hed thp ,mof some
.Millie whom lie iikta- tli.it aotiiif one being
4 of the t'ctu i VI. biindayr in a rather
f;u.hiuiiar.lf h"ii'e of tiie kind in this
city tiie liiiidludy miid: l'Iiy the way
Mr. .'': illst'ii, i nave one nioe room va,
cut. ati'l if you ueur of any of the
Cirnnd Arm) ueuple who would like it
won't you i-eij.l tuem up? Try to get u
s-mie one iiK-e."
Of course tttillaon promwed. lie set
out for his oliice and every tnaa he met
had a word to say to him, for every one
liked Slillfoti At the windup of eiich
of these conversations the latter deliv
ered the mesaage of his landlady, and.
being popular, it was not noon before
be hal forty or fifty people hustling for
tenants for that room. The result was
that the vicinity of the house, for a day
or two, hmked like the approach to
C.tnip Sherman, and it was weesury tJ
disconnect the bell. Detroit t'reol'rens
rihinglea. Lath, Saab,
Can supply everw demand of the city.
Call and get terms. Fourth street
in rear of opera bouse.
PERKINS - HOUSE,
S17. 219, 221 and 223 Main Bt.,
H. M. BON 8, Proprietor
lb Perkins has been ttioroutfhlj
vnoTaUKl from top tc .yultutu "t. '
ow one of the lieat hotels in the state
Boarders will be taker by the wek ai
4.60 and np.
Plowed f p 8vata ThouMBd Dullara,
A few days ago a young farmer named
Euwanls, while plowing near Soutiier
land Sjirings, struck an iron pot whohe
top projected a half inch above the stir-
face. It was apparently filled with earth,
but its great weight led to an investiga
tion. L nder an inch cf dirt were matiy
doubloons of gold. The leather in which
they were wrapped was rotten, but save
for a greenish mold the coins were unin
jured. They were all doubloons. Ed
wards loaded his treasure in a wagon,
drove to San Antonio and deposited it in
bank, saying nothing of the find until
his retnru. The amount is (17,000.
Sontherland bpnngs neighborhood that
Santa Anna buried treasure there on his
retreat after his defeat at the battle of
San Jacinto in the war of independence,
and various searchers have hunted for
it. The pot was originally sunk deep,
but the rains of more than half a century
had denuded it of its covering. Cor.
A bun Knot Minimum.
A spectator, viewing the sun from a
ditunt point in space, wonld perceive
that iu brill.iii'cy was slightly increased
once in about every eleven years. These
accessions of lijjht should correspond,
not with the periods of fewest spots, but
with thoee of most spots, because the
energy of the sun's radiation is greatest
during the Hpot maxima. At preseut a
sun spot ma.ximum is approaching, and
Ujce '.hcX wistcr tne nc? or tn nn rt
Ireijueiitly exhibited startling indica
tions of the tremendous disturbances
now aHecting the solar chibe. Our
ininginary olerver in space would prob
ably behold at the present time a very
slight increase in the sun's brilliancy.
ami this increase may go ou for three or
four years to come.
While we, dwelling upon a globe that
is battled in the sun's rays, may be un
able to perceive these variations directly,
yet their effect have long been recog-
uized by the changes that they produce
in terrestrial uiagiietiam. It is also
highly pfotwble that a perceptible in
fluetice upon the weather is exercised by
variations in solar radiation correspond
tsg with th" presence or absence of sun
siota. O. P. Serviss in Popular Science
A Tocifirroul Berriitlnn.
A young man who is stopping at
well known watering place has had an
amusing experience. At one of the
neighboring hotels be had met a fair
ontherner who ereally captivated his
lather susceptible fancy, ilia request
to be allowed to call met with a gracious
assent, and the next day be presented
himself at the door of her mother's sit
ting room. "Come In." called out
strident voice as he knocked at the door.
On opening it he was surpribed to see no
one iu the room, but from the next apart
ment came an injunction in t lie same
harsh accents to "sit right down in the
Wondering not a little at tils recep
tion, he took a chair, but Lis astonish
ment may be imagined when he heard
his fair one summoned tn tiie following
manner: "ilary Anne, you'Te got
beauf "Mary Anne, you've got a beau
and hiseqnanimity was not even restored
when hla inamorata entered and laugh'
ingly explained that the culprit was
huge green f arrot- New York Tribune.
GOOD BAR CONNECTED
wlrs Fair XrnIS
an increditable short time with a
Cpit: I of S200and Upward
JiucceKsi certain it tnstructioiia tuitn
Jully followed, (iiven on aeceipt of
J muted note or postage Mampsj for
Lock Hoi3f),ChicBjro, III.
IIAiited-Au m'llve, rellohle maa
' lo So nioiilblr.
1n ki own section
I'mS, New Vrk.
lib Increa. to reree.i
S mrxinslbln New York
A Curious OLIn Pamlly.
Liriu "-t VT;.y::r' ' l" is a family
nanml VwueL who lately moved tunra
from Clinton county. Recently the j
hea.1 of the family entered a hardware
store at Uie first named place and called
for seven hoes. The clerk was astonished,
whereupon the farmer explained that he
had brought but four hoe wito bim
from Clinton county, and ranted seven
more to keep his tons and himself busy.
He is ry" '''"'l of Un rlul.lron tVm
mother and only danghter having u
fingers on each hand, two of the boys
six toes on each foot, and one having
seven toes on one foot. The family cul
tivate tobacco and is regarded with
much curiosity by the neighbors on ac
count o.'tho extra supply of finger and
toe. Cincinnati Enquirer.
Hutter, Kirtfs, Cheese, Wihl dame,
3'onltry, Meat, Apple. Potatoes
;reen and Drietl Hruite, VeKpa,,''"
t'idi r, Heana, Wool, Hide. Tallow
Sheep Pelts, Hur. Skin, Tobacco,
-strain, Flour; Hay, Heeawax, Heath
r r, ffitising;, Broonicorn, and Hops'.
M. K. H AU.AHD
lien. Coin. Merchant ai d Shipper,
I7 Market Btieet - St. Uuli, Me.
"WANT Ft) - it lent, yne aciiisintMJ with Farm.
r sod abippers.
Cur4 for Paralal.
Kraiik I iirtu lins. of Pnrcell, Ind.
Ter.,e.ive: "1 induced Mr. Pinson,
rlioewife h;d piirnlyni in the face
lit lniv a liottle of i'lianilierlain's
Jin lLilni. To their preat auprise
tit-fore the l)ttle hud nil been ued
.ie was a ureal (leal better. Her
fat e bail been dniwn to one axle;
J.nt the Piiin Halm relieved Jill
mill and soreness, and the mouth
ji xx timed it ntiirnl elmpe." Iti
1mo a cert.iin cure for rheumatism
lame bin k, Hir.iin swellini; mid
'anii-ni es ." cent bullies for sal"
'. .y p. (i. HrifkcAl'tr, DrnuKiHti".
(amee forblddea aoadaj Only.
There ii a suspicion, doubtless un
founded, that those whose word is law
at the LVsplainescaiiipmeetingare mov
ing backward in their course wilii re
gard to the rules denying nearly all secu
lar amusement to young people. The
director eip'.uin that they have do ob
jection to croquet, tennis and sitting in
hammocks on any day except Sunday,
and the rule prohibiting these pleasure
apply to that day only. To many Meth
odist it will appear ominous that any
rule were necessary forbidding youth
ful Methodist to play games on th Sab
hath. Milwaukee SeutineL
Buys Take Long Iwlav.
Two lads, each about twelve years of
age, swam across the St Lawrence be
tween Levis and (Quebec, yesterday, a
distance of over three-quarters of a mile,
at high water; but this feat was eclipsed
a few days since by two other lads
named Dertie Russell, of Q iebec, and
Lruucan Anderson, of Chaud.ere, who.lt
is claimed, successfully swam the entire
distance from Chaudiere basin to Or
leans ialand. which must be full nitis
mile. Montreal Witness.
Peat Time an Aqnarycle.
On th Wabash river, at Tuscola, Ills.,
ocrnrred the first trial of Professor
Cla ide Baum's sqnacycle, which travels
on th water with almost th speed of
the bicycle on land. A race was run on
the river between the steamer Daunt
lesa. Commodore C V, Walls, and Pro
fessor P.auiu's water wheel, and the lat
ter showed better speed than th lioat
Cor. Chicago News.
XjCOIZ ottt fob
Grand Fall and Winier Opening About
Sent. 15, '91
Opera House Corner
Vrw York's Plrtl neth Tob,
"It is really aatonisliing. said a gen
tleman to me, "how many people there
are who. on a sweltering day when th
thermometer is way np in the nineties,
do not take a bath, although their tuns,
with hot and old water, are at their dis
pocid every minute of the day. They are
either too lazy to take a refreshing bath,
or they forget all about it. People do
not sufficiently appreciate the many
conveniences of a modern house which
we now enjoy. And it ia not so many
vears since we had these convenience.
Last May there died in this city Mrs.
Mary Maaon Jones, aged eigbty-rine.
Tiie year she married ylHXHj she built a
residence at No. 122 Chambers street.
New York, and that waa th first resi
dence in this city to hav gn and a bath
tub. At no time in the history of the
world fcavo pcoplo had so tasca comfort
and luxury as at the present day. New
Thought He Had a lea Srp.t.
Captain John Brooks, of Block Inland,
bccjTnC' the nnwilling possessor, one day
last week, while hauling in hi pots, of
a six foot sea serpent, subsequently pro
nounced a monster sea eel Captain
Brooks was in doubt for a few moment
as to the ownership of th nine foot
skiff he was in at the time, and his ves
sel being at least a mile distant, ha wa
not particularly "stuck" on hi Compaq
ion. He succeeded at laet, however, in
killing th "animal" or "fish," which
ever it was, after it had bitten through
bis rubber boot and sock, grazing hi
leg. Hartford Times.
A brown rat with a blue tail made
itself visible in a Cincinnati court houso,
and an euterpriniug individual tried to
capture it alive, with a vu w to its exhi
bition in a tniineniu. Cnforturmtely he
accidentally killed it; th. :i he discovered
that it was an ordinary Norway rat,
which bud heea investigating tiie con
tent of a pot of bine paint.
AXIE IsTOW ON".
Place an 'ad' in The
And give the people your
AND HELP YOUR TRADE
The only Implement dealer who Iiiih made a success in Chpp Conntj
New Brn--New blork.
Khun Pitrmele has pushed his
way to the front a a livery man by
keeping nothing but the finest car
riHge and budgie and la st liorai s
to be found in the state. Those
wanting a satisfactory lively ihu'1
do better than to call on Mr. Par
(Juilting Mud piecing, comforting
and cra.y patch work and carpet
rag aewing satiMfartiirilv done by
Mr, Vroman, Mil North Sixth street,
I iHttHiiioulh, .Neb. ti
Mil' Nrvand Liver Pill.
Act on a new principle rcgulatiug
the liver, stomach and bowels through
the nerves. A new di-covery. Dr. Mile'
Pills speedily cur bilnxisncss, bsri taste.
torpid liver, piles, constipation. Une-
qualed for niuB. women, children
Hmallctt, mildest, sorest! 50 doses, 25c
8mpl free tt F. G. Frirke A (Vs
Hair chains, rings, crosses a
hair work of nil kinds to order.
Mkh. A. Kxkk.
tf 17M IM-iiHt St.
Since Brazil became a republic- it ha
greatly incnaaed in favor as a field for
Gentian emigrants, of Whom 7,937 hav
gone there during the first six months of
the present year, as compared with 8,123
during the whole of hut year, while in
1889 ther were only 23.
Three couples, all over seventy year
of age. have beeu married within a few
diijs. Sullivsu connty, N. Y., is th
borne of two of the coupes, while th
third lives out In Michigan
Ladies, among that siiuiplc
are some oi me iiin-st shoe you
ever lain eye on Mm. Ilcroli
THK best of harness, both double and single may In- found at my
store mid everything in the harness line also buggies and mrriage
which are lirat-cluM in every respact, being the lightest, strongest add
easiest riding vehicle on earth.
AISO have it large lot ol Schutler, Moline, Main and Sterling wagon
Spring v::iinz. royd c.iri, and plow of nil tlie riptinn.
IN OUU COSlPliGTK STOCK OF
tADiEs rm SHOES
JOK ha the exclusive agency for
the following celebrated goods: f h
(irinnell glove and mittens, St.
Ioui Jack Rabbit Jeans Pants,
the genuine Knox hat, the Tiger
hat, the genuine Wire Hin kle Su
Alwaya take your prescription
(o Hrtiwn Si Harrclt . tf
We give you the following deep cut in prices:
Indies Fine (ilaed Dongolu shoe reduced to
1 .aliu s Dongolu Kid Flexible f j..")0 shoe reduced lo
Ladies Heel Dougola f.l.lK) shoes reduced to
Iridic Hand Turned best liogola II.UI shoe reduced to
FOR THIRTY DAYS ONLY
Will you mffer with dyMpepHin
and liver complaint? Shiloli's Vet
alizer guaranteed to cure you. I-'nr
sale by V. ti Frick.i uml H Snyder
The I C spi'i'tiicle Hint eyeglasae
sold by lering A Co. are the very
We have a great
many other samjile lot
of odd size that we arc
In orderto reduce our stock to meet our obligation.
We nlo have n few lot of I.adie Oxford that we vTll sel
price. Don't forget the place.
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