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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Nov. 27, 1891)
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TERMS FOB DAILt
Tn eop one fir In ailvmce P'-
9ubciv imt i:,U. by curler '
f"i y, pfr ii i'
of kind nee by the Hu.lents
cover, a inuliUid'.' of evil.
FWlDAV, NOV KM Lil.K
We learn from Judtfe Newell tlml
while there is excellent hjiiicJ in the
river la the vicinity ' Cedar Creek,
it is abaolutely useless for liiiildiiij;
purposes owintf to tlle arKr
mount of dirt mixed with it Now
since the kind al""C t'"" ll"l-'
tom wan at one time all included in
tlie bed of the stream, mmiic of it
perhaps aj;es ago, the query
naturally arose in our mind, Why
dhoulJ the Hand in the bottoms Le
!! ivlwn oevernl feet of riih
black noil has been tlepohited fiver
it? Mr. Newell also explained to us
tliat his theory, founded upon the
testimony of tlie earliest mettlers of
this country, who claim that where
there is now u good, depth of coil, in
the early days much of it was a bar
ren waste of Band; he claims this:
When the land was fire t broken up
On the hillside and in the little val
leys along the streams, the waters
from rains for the first time begun
to wash, and the richest element of
the earth beiug easiest dissolved,
was carried bv swift little streams
to the river, where, the current be
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tUfT leSS HWUI, llIC UN I iiiiiin..u.;
fa -n tn deposit next to the shore
antl thus,' little by little, new em
bankments were formed, the bounds
of the stream were contracted and
tlie current gradually thrown
withiu a narrower limit. Hut now
most of the land is under cultiva
tion and, as can be neeit readily
after every heavy rain, much of the
earth's richness is carried into our
rivers aud deposited from time to
time, into which is mixed sand that
Las been swept from the sand beds.
. The farmers will do well to culti
vate his fields so as to avoid this
rfr-'uaie from his land. No doubt
the listintr of corn has been an in
jury to the country from the fact
that deep ditches made by this
method of cultivation have had
much to do in carrying away the
ubstance of the soil.
Vk clio the toiiowiiiK ""'
Inter Ocean of November for the
benefit of those desiring to know
the condition of trade with foreiu
"WASIII.StiToX, Nov. 24.-Specinl
Tclegram.-Mr. Hrook, chief of the
bureau of Hatislics. has made his
ino.Ul.ly report for October of the
expo,.- and i!'."r.H. and it has
been sent t" Hie printer.
"From this it appears that our ex
ports for October exceed Uiom! of
any previous month in the history
of the government. Trior to this
the month of largest exports was
December, lV'-. when the amount
was JtH.St'J.lM'l; but iu the month of
October, WI. the amount whs
valued at fll'J.TOi'.Xl. The imports
were of the value of ? ')."'. r,'.M.
"From this it will be seen thatour
exports exceed our imports by the
very large amount of Ji.W.l-'VJ.
"The imports of toll for the
month of October were
The i-Nin.it were $A3. S
the imports of cold exceeded the
exports of gold by about $IU,;.- .').
"The reports for the twelve
mouths ending Oct. 31. Wl, were of
the valu'of $'.KI7,1MMi."i, as ngainst
s;0,o77,l.Vi for the twelve mouths of
one year ago.
"The immigration returns for
October hIiow that immigration is
still very large and constantly in
liUXTlox matters in New York
have not quieted down yet, and the
Lincoln Journal of yesterday scon s
Flower in the following words:
"The fact that Flower, the 'llamboy
ant milliouaiie' who ran on the
democratic ticket for governor,
swore that his election expem-cs
Otn f n to Ha Uamodrlad.
"The days of the street car, grips U
well its triolein, having the mats ar
raiifeil crowii in-tead of parallel with
il.o ear. are nuinbervd." This remark
was miiilo a few ilays ao by a well
known Chicago physician who is the
metliral examiner for an accident insur-
Mire rouipany which insures the lives of
niiiny street cur employees us well as
"Why do yon raj tha'.?" whs the query
of a frn nd.
'For this rrasnii tlio cms built witli
t'ie seuts cruwise almont invarinbly
that the put-senger may get on or off the
car "at auy spot in the road,' as ths ifport
would say, and these foottxmrds facili
tate a pH-iig-r in gi-tting Into danger.
Fr instaiicf, the rnhn of all the ear
couijianii-s require the piiKenj,'er to get
on or off the car on the aide nearest the
tidewslk. Tliia rule was intended to
keep the people off the track of the car
goirijt in the opposite direction. . But
these rules are not olieyed, and utreet
Car companies must pay damages when
any one is hurt, and the conductor lot
no opiKiriunity t- stop his car if the
junoenser takes a notion to get off with
out nignslin him to stop, and many ts-o-
$i5Hl)71H7 de sra injnrsil while gettiuir off a car
., . wiiiih u is in inouoii someimies uy oe-
Hint 1 . , , , . , . '
inj; nirui's uv it Vru.t.o or ftclner car.
soiiictiiues by Mippiu on the treacher
ous foottHtard ur by making aoiue kind
of a lllihstep.
"The car w?th the end door as the only
i means of exit is the one which protects
' the company from many daiiinge Kiiits.
j The open car with the rnniiin; f.xit
t IxuirJ tniiy m cheaper tn cont ruction,
; but t-Jatihtiiw will show that nine-tentlis
i of the accidents cau-J by getting on
and off ears occur on opcu cars or grijis
with the rrofc n-ats and ruuntnjj fisit
lx.iud. I think there should be ft city
ordinance against their rue. Decides,
the htreet car companies wiil some day
awaken to the fact that cars of that
ty)e sometimes chum In one miiints
duiunirx equal to their Cat coht." CUi
nunuxoTO mimsocb mi'Bh r. .
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So .!! nrnve ,
'I raiin dalljf except 1 ui. liiv.
. 4 ,00 p. ui.
Ht, 47 M! every nnr-nny nr a
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I0IW kiiiKhm itre midi.i l)T n tet l s'lend
t:. CI. Mamlinll.C. : H li-vry, k. K. B.
Bucklen's Arnica Salvo,
TliK DkbT HaI.vk iu ill" world for Cut
Bruises, Hores. Ulcers, Hsll Itlieuni. Fi-tei
Sores, Tetter. Clmpjied lUnds, t'liilblnin..
Corns, and all Wkin Sruptionf, snd pewi
tively cures Vilis, or uo ps leijiiired.
ii is gusmuui-ii to RlVC rr.f..-!ss'.i:?r, '.
money refunded. I'rice 2") cent per bin
For sale by K. U. Frirks & Co.
Of w. Me-in flr-t and third frlilsy
ft rveilinri'of ea-h iS'i.i'li St"- A. K
In K'x kwnoK 1,1.1-k. Hrnk enuliye, M, W.
I, H huerselti, Keenrder.
AO P. W. No. s-Meets e'ond Biiti i"url ti
I'ri'l iv ve- Ii In Hie iiiwiii . A it
ImM in K-i kWMid lil.M-k, K. .). Miii::tn, M w,
. I', hmwn. K-rcler,
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a im-i'.i. r,i,ri ll No 1o2i.
v.i i Mix K. ef I' liml in III 'nnel K
I ihik hl.H-H hot 1.,-me i & lieu, vi lrluK
lireihreii invited M.-i.ry tt'-rnl'l, Itefti ht ;
lliuii allnik'. s- i retiiiT,
Albert Edward' Slumming Eiprlrnro.
There are hist now stories flyin?alx)ut
tf Priiw-M itt W'utiHi visitini the
were only 1,(W, while .en. Koger j UIlj,.r a roller comical di-,'nihe,
A. 1'ryor, who was a cundidate for a nt ti,ou,.h it is known that the prince.
district judgship, confessed that he accompanied by Lord Carrinton, made
hal been assessed fKVVKJ, lias ex- ( liimfelf acipiainted with the "seaniy"
;..,l ,rr.. tiiluritv in New York, lide of life, very little art was rpiip-d
They dot-ot disbelieve the confes-j to conceal his identity Indeed, it ll
...J.., n,l ili-v wonder how 1 "T"K. LushsLinen i are as a
n.y v,. . .j. i, I rule familiar, more or less, witti tne so-
r lower n;;;a3ged it. ryttr is a , fKiriCrc cf th-ir f'nr sovereiL'u. ho
lawyer not overstocked with tins ; nr-wnce in a td.ice where he is
We have Hold lily's Cream Halm
about three years, mid have re
commended its use iu more than a
hundred special cases of catarrh.
The unanimous answer to our in
quiries is, "It's the best remedy that
1 have ever used." Our experience
ia, that where parties continued its
use.it never fails i to cure. J. II.
Montgomery, & Co., Druggists, Dc
When 1 began using Kly's Cream
Halm my catairh was ho bad 1 had
headache the whole time mid dis
charged a large amount of filthy
mutter, that lias utmost entirely
disappeared! and have not hud head
ache science.-j. Somiiiers.Stephney,
C.VS.l I.OIHiK. Nli. mi. I.e. o, V. meeu e-
Hook. AH "nil renown lire mroinnj nmie-i
niiirml miiin iif nir In iliecilv. J Lury.
N. Ii. H. W,l!ilit, Seen-lary l
Miles Norvo and Liver Puis.
Act on a new principle regi. bit
ing the liver, utomrch iind I nwcls
through the nervs. A new discovery.
Ir. Miles' Tills speedily cure biliou
sness bud tnste, torpid liver, piles,
5onstipatiou. I'nequaled for men
women, children, smallest, midest
. ,fi I c- ,
free it F. O. Fricke ic Co'a.
How to Succeed.
This is the great problem of life
which few e.itisiai torily rolve.
Some fail because of ill health, oth
ers want ot luck, but the majority
from insufficient grit-- watilof.nerve.
The are nervous, irri-Holute.change-able,
easily tr't the blues and "take
the spirits down to keep the spirits
mi." thus waMiiur money, time, op
i.oriimilv and nerve force. There is
nothing bKe the Keslorative Ner
i i.i.. diecovrred by the ureal spe
cialiet, Ur. Miles, to cure all nervous
diseases, lis headache, the blues,
..rvniH i.roelratioil. sleeiilessness
neitriili'i.i. M. Vitus dance, fits and
livvteria. Trial bottles imtl fine
i ..'.,.! of loctimnnials free at F. ti.
Fricke A Co.'s.
not epeele 1 pas. without recognition.
Some years a' tlie pnnes, quite to
roi'iiiti. traveleil down U Folki'ston tJ
world's goods and he makes a per
sonal explanation of his case, iu
u-li ich he cas it is a shame for
Tammany to charge u man 10,-jiJ , '--t Prince- Lomse. who was cou
i -ii- , ... I,,.;,,,, , over from the Cont. m at, and' as there
for a judgHhip, but it being , ,v;,s i,)I1, , jnm , Wilit u.f(jre lh,. urr;v:1,
cu-to.n of the country, be was " Lf ti;e M,.WM,.r KtrUed about on the
able to evade the payment of thr J q,Ifty btlJ ulhiuiit. ly went out with a
assessment. Flower has not added tnwn of local fame for a short crnie
to his rej.ulation by making this
affidavit that uo one believes to be
true for a moment."
It is to be regretted sincerely
that the difiiculity which occurred
at the high school last Friday noon
had to be dragged into tlie news
papers and if anything made worse
than it was and showed all parties
concerned ill very uuplerfeant
light The chief objection to giv
lug publicity to little disturbance
lit Kchool which. are often brought
an no one can leil LuW, !2 thnt
people will not duly recognize the
teachers side of the question and
often censure him when really in
the right. It is easy enough for
the boys to claim that the teacher
ietno haaty ' r they have agnrva
tions which he must bear without a
murmur and when his temper once
fails to bear the strain they are
quick to shield themselves by
blaming the teacher. Now it is th
opinion of the people in ccral
that the I'lattsniouth schoold never
had h better and more efficient
Corp" of teachers than at the pres-
ent.und especially is this true of
the city stiperintenienl and the
principal of tlie high school.
Young people ought never go
down town and ou street corners
and in stores disscuss the merits of
and demerits of their teacher when
. something is goin ; wron .
The case in question occurred on
' account of the disobedience of
student who had been requested to
do a certain thing and without
just provocati ti dealt the principal
a blow in the face of which the
young fellow haa a thousands rca
cons to e ashamed. He probably
at that instant wasn't aware that
he turned upon the best friend
boy has next to hi mother.
He may receieve prrises from
few of his fellow siud.-iit who are
lens courageous but he should re
member that ou close observation
he will find they will always forsake
him Just at the time he needs their
assistance most. Put the matter
has been amicably sellled, the. boy
made an apology to the superin
tendent and principal and Bince
has shown by his actions that he
has been in ihe wrong, ' and will
spare no pains to t'uinpensale for
the offence. It la easy to pay for a
leacher'a grievance; A lew deed
THE rumor thnt there was danger
of war with Chili at auy lime since
the assult upon the sailors of the
United States cruiser Hal timore in
the streets of Valpraiso and all !
denied by J. P. Mclntyre who was'
chaplain of the Iialtimore at the
time of the attack and he also
exonerates Minister Kgan from
all charges brought against him.
An unusual activity iu our navy
made the public uneasy and likely
the papers have been guessing at
TUB editor of the ravening News
expressed our sentiments ex
last Wednesday evening in the
Jawing trord-: "Up to the hour of,
going to press to-day no kind
hearted subscriber had remem
bered the editor of this paper with a
in the channel. When they got suiYIy
buck the prince remarl-ed, 'IVriiafs
you would like to know who I am?
"1 don't know as 1 cares; it aiu't no
odds to rue," came the reply.
"Well. I'm the Prince of Wales."
The Prince of Wah &r ejaculated ths
old mariner, giving bis customer a play
ful di in the ribs. "Ciet alcnj with
yerV Loudon Cor. Chicago Times.
A SUrhoiM of Klwtrleltr.
Minnesota, not to be behiudiiand in
marvels, telli of an electric Well which
one of its citizens claims to have U-eu
discovered near lied Winjr recently. Ac
cording to the story the drillers had
drilh-d about l's) feet when they I'w-t
their drill rods and a diamond drill
Ths whole bunineMS h:i 1 drop-d to no
whre in an instant. There was quite a
force of air coming out of the hole, and
tha men mid there was no use coin any
,c(lyl f.irther, bocauie there wau't any hot
, . torn. They conr-huM to fUli for the
! ro.ls and drill, hut as soon ss thon-ds
tenpp"! into tha hois they U0'uu
to nhiver in a uneer way,
One of the men took hold of ths bar
with a pair of leather frlove, and he was
- ' ,11 MM II If
large, fat, juicy turkey for 1 hanks-1 Knocaeu -jown. iUeH .,,.:"-
dinner to morrow. This ii rui" " .
an oversight, pure and simple, and
may yet be remedied before the
noontide hour rolls around."
tlft4 SSS Pdl m4 IU4.
The remains of Adam Winter, of Dis
tress townhhip, have reached WuiUms
port Wiuter was only i-lhteea years
eld. bnt a rouna inant. lie lutrt on a
wet There H's-nu to be a perfect natu
ral rtorehouse of electricity. It is pa
erated In some way in that pocket where
tlie drills went, aud there is enotiKn of
it to execute a whole county at once nn
der ths New York law. Philadelphia
MAWrfA'-TI asor ASS
CIIOrCKST I1KANDS OF CIGAKS
rci.L i.ixs ' r
TOBACCO ASP SMOKI .S ARTICLES
always iu stock
MIKK SHNKijLiJ.M'K Kit,
Wcy -.lid rilMk'm.tl " ,
'tsa, Hutgy. I'schin.' end
plow Repsirise fst
'!')Rr:sH0KINa A upRCIALTT
- f! CjW til -
Whic h i th lest horwsh'-e for tin
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,'nrt'ier. r fer is-t nr'viui', error ni
inriii.Hi i ver invented. It i insr!
llmlHi. one Ci.n put op vhsrp or an'.
u rss n n'ded tor wt ' d 'inprj
.,u, r rinoiilli, HIT losds. I uli s'
in iou slid tsmine the krvkp'I.ii
.lid (on iil ue no uliiri.
J. M. MINK I MMf'KEIC
2 V f'i ','i!t ' VlJ'i nint',
Proiiuuni-ed Hi-In., Yoihavert.
l ioiii a letter written by Mis. Alia r
IC. Ilurd of (irotoii, l..eqii!le: f
"Was tiiWcii with it luidcold.whirt. ,
settled on my lungs, cuiii'.h crt."
iind finally terminated in coiir a flip
tioii. Four doctors gave tneitpsny-
ing I could live but u '.'"V '
gave myself up to m l.r uur,
leriiiiiicd if 1 could not , stay with
my friends on earth, I would meet
my iibi-ciit ones above. My bus
band was advised to get Dr. King's
New liscicry for consumption
coughs and colds. I gave it a trial
took in nil cio,litbnttlcs;ithasrured
me mid thank (rod 1 nni now a well
nud hearty woman." Trial bottles
free at F. O. Fricke A Co.'s drug
store, regular size. ;ioc. nnu ?i.mf.
Are you made miserable by indl.
gestion, constipation, aunnrmn,
loss of ippetite, yenow esuir
loh's Vita!i.er is n positive cure.
For sale by F. O. Fricke & Co.
For many yeilrsIrTn. F. Thomp
son, of Den Moines, Iowa, was se
verely nhlicted with chronic diarr
hoea. Ilesays: "At times it was
very severe; so much so, thnt 1
f iierl it ivould end my life. About f
seven years ago I chanced to pro-
cure a liottle oi . uaimi-n"i"
Colic, Cluilcra and Diarrhoea
Remedy. It gave me prompt relief
and I believe cured me permanent-.
lv. UK I now eat or drink willious
luiriii iiiiviliiiur I iilense. I have
lllHn I1MI-I I it in inv family with th
Frickie & Co.
HMimv 1 1
iow plairj h rw mind are fte scenes cf
Is my recoIUciion recalls ta to viev
(The swfksflle hurj? or fte poles cf
-Thc5moke and iheSmeli ftai my ,
r i . . f i
Biiiftose dsjs oF5oaT And .
five !o7Qf since deparkd. we
pray amd we tape;
wane ariaw laJiffuisa
i As 60on as fay offered
BY N.K.Fai rbankS. Co.. C h icago.
A POrULAK PA5ITLT.
Jtwwni I " II t It, Kite, tlmt ynti iHrays
rnn i "oitcb on ' In Im ik-w th'n t lit)
bat I lu, jruu alw) suui to gut tlaa4
Kts: "UnrtlkBiwt I rerlnty ia sot
Biak anr riennin In OiU dim tion."
Jum: ' Wt iu dnr:i. Uio lut few mnnths,
(as sx&ai(ls, uu lia Uru up piiaui,
A ArB Old CBMMr.
Though e'u!l illy a mo'.ct tnan, Ur.
Smith had a cert.tiu pride of Lis own.
w;ger a Urrfl aci iu contents, wcigii-. Fuhlic ruiiior wm ulva, coiif--t.-n.ij a
ing W pounds, recently ia Drl.ult. troa : Mer-x !.n Liiu, aud 1 atippose tlist
th efT U of which he died a few days 1 lad he lived he would lavs accepted
ago in a hospital there. Cor. Philadel
one. liul ii was proau oi uis wie
pendent aud "wlf luado' position as a
wealthy commoner. "You see," he nsld
to me, "I have no aristocratic, couijt-o-tions,
no family lutTts; Iti'Vd, I
Lveti't a male runtive alive exi.-pt my
Tli great railroads runninn from tbe
norUiweotern part of our eountry to the
tiail oi jitfXie nave aeienmuea i . - , .i iA.ii.,i
tiblish steamship lines to Con '.ral and , "w -7- 'r? I ..il. t I
Bonth American poru from New Or- '1 ntfolU" ' "- wflri U
. ' I advantns tins give hi 111. lie was ncu
leans. . . ... n.....- 1, ...1
anii m yii'ifi'i, n't u vuij.t'j-v.
A prnjer.-t hss b"-ti started ia Puello,
Cola, fr the" erection of an electric
smelting plsnt to ct f-VX,lrlU, for tbe
reduction by electricity of dry aiid re
I coiiDdi-iice in him arcordinly as a siruug
aduiintslrator. Pall Slil Uatctte.
M Mad Hnnm.
Wallsd w rntbor
QuMtlaa ot llpba CUntgo.
A tiroiss-al has been male by Vr.
Etiecker, of Derliu, wl.icli a-s-ms toeolve
St.. Ht t' it - -
3 Hi" t XtVZZVtl
withmrt S.1T t"ftrhr t Tn" earns tn tbe nwe
Evorythiugr to Furnish Your House.
GREAT MODEU '
HOUSE FURNISHING EMPORIUM.
Having ourchasetl the J. V. Wcc-kbat-.h store room on out
Main street where I am now located I can btll gootla cheap
er than the cheapest havinj,' just put in the largest block
of new goods ever brought to the city. Gasoline storM
and furniturn fall kinds sold on the installment plan.
WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY
.1 A Pull and Complete line 01
Drucrs, Medicines. Paints, and OD
Df?UCGIST3SUNDHIES AND PUfiE LIQUORS j
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded at all Hour'
m m b Mid LaUrr iHM nriwnr
KieWUinir.an'l nainly rsll liuimiv
Inir 10 rnii uri W y at eiirmiii.n ; I briil
rou teliin Tmuinf Kkioi bull aw-miif hnw
ki dull lafel wwila'H In I lojinff Ui tll:
1.1U -n H ! i on h tin- ijn "I f.. ii J
aow)nl wlwllo SfiiiiiiiraiJL'iniuaiftafUA;
won riifilKln tawlilullr ; S'hI Hi Ui but
aonlb ynti bav uo tn.iOri In hriih.cwliig,
ti l'llme. lu four jitirnluullurenn iw-.
WhiT Ui run i.-t 11I1 t.( fiir Hiii.rinRiM a
Iron 111 n. hum .m-oi tb f uttx l lur
yoil livrr r" t ihn rlf ."
Kat- "Wbr Ji-ni iK. you will aiike me
Ys.n. I hnirAiii.lT i,iirHinwif iiiforiujit.('M
tmlit l.iriilti f biw It niillill wi.nl". f
Vrry "i I'"" I-' '' iii'"' t'"1 ,m'
III..' art. hvjf Ui-y '':ll lllf'-rniillli a
OH tl- (nlljfvl. tlHgli t hoi lkui:l
t S M-.t trSSMIIC It rt t J ui I. f'T I
ri'lf furg.!i Ui" ii,:ik f r I'o
buiw mi: liiir tzzz::, up ni Diri'
tut ho Iim lki i tm -rm, u ml Uim
nut, m'vm more nit lnHU r liif.innsibia
tl.i U f th C.s i si.u n.'U'T Mt
A Cure for the Ailments of Man and Beastj
I tbe i'iciitl(iri of Mcphoue tLarf.
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r ,l. Ull.r,t r.thAf tt,A nf nm W ll'YI iuiw"i'-i""-i
crowdmit her .linnr tabl. Once when i w ""' ei.u ' ' t ., ,, ,. tma.i.,. m.. Lrr ...-h . t in,...ji
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tii.it V, a tiine cbr . to ut t!.t w,,rlc- . T.Z 1, :1", ,t J t th.-m
i ini: exiK-nw.s. ijtuinj coa.d Utlau.-r nini.'i aioiiet i inr mm, 11I
.1 . i, f tha t.l.t. t' "'". "1 sent mv lor r.l ll-nt-a ulr.
tlian to clwrKd far the tins ot tlie t?Io- ,m , w w
! eiin'iinr cimr in, fur u re
ur. I .bun rim tn 11K I an
u fl.xlt wiiii h 'i-es ui lunx antU' cou
luo compuuy W MbJready tiyhtly yisiriil,
sn nii-t;j"etea K'wt orntM, sin m e
tni-inntiy her tinperuUve orders:
"L'itiril, niake fvm!"
"It tuUKt tertaiuly 1h mae," lie ao
nwered, "for k i not sxikU" AU tiis
Tli Duke of Portland has a nmlitin
f jr evi ry huur of tlie dny, and be never
wt urg his i.:vt twice. Huhoiiier'l bil
Is stxmt l,2o0a year. The Duke of Fifn
spoils about the same amount.
Oeni-ral'y j-kiri? the Cliinevi will
not eut iiititton, still less lieif. .The fir
nifr U, however, l:irjf'ly erinumel by
JilohuinuiUii4 and beef Is by no meant
r- - j pit 1 H1H IWW 9
liUoue aycor'tu 1 the durau m of con- ciiy mi ti i.-
. i. . i:,l In wlior ll,'
Tersalion, aim ir. nireuKi-r jn;"i - . ivvlwi rnu (
iki larui 11 mv i"T : nni 1 " -
veniiou lajtit. New Yoik Telegram.
A fiJ t Tbm BlM.
A practical joke which the b4 uinn al
an autumn wtcl lin;; jT;ietr.itl wat t J
iltolivor U the porter of the .arlor cur In
wbii h he suvr th'-moff a'tl"d ti l r
eovel'it wtth Insirnetimis to doliver It
at a crt:iia station. The darky duly Oil
so snd the groom br iks the seal Ui have
a small avalanche of rio (our Utrjuh
Lis tlugers. New York TUuos.
o ni. nr In .'"r ill, nl UI o ntt U, il pno
llir. '. Jrcin'ml IMn.'f' l', 1& 11
ri'.rwt, Vr l'ork, for a aaini'l or. aud 1
abkll a. ") '.tr thai I ha dun m
r't fa"f; ar.dni tjmu will lrilt(in
tia 'int. at t)h aiv wt hava ti r jiiitailii ti
tr-'n luo ltt u form .1 full llr 10 l"-ii. If
Vat I an, It at jAjiuuraaV kmudij atttiatn
Xum Suus IU"
A fil eral ofler - only fl.fO for
TIIK WKKTI.Y Ili:UALI
end IK iuon st Family Mitaiine.
lT$e "tl your subaxiiiiliuii tit fJiis
A lcrg-to'tcd pain reliever.
Iu use i almost universal by the Housewife, the rarmer
f.tcx.k Kauer, and ly every one requiring an effect
N'o ctlier application compares with it in efficacy.
This well-known remedy has stood ih tebt cf years, almot
liu medicine diet is complete without bottle of Mustaxu
Occasions arise for Its ue almost every day.
AU drugxibts and dealer hav it.
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! 4 THE POSITIVE CUiTF.
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