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The lull rrinp'ctus of Notable features for iSga md Specimen Co.-.lei will tin sent Fre-.
In biivc been written ei)re.ly for the coming- volume by a host of eminent men ami women, among whom ire
. Hon. W. E. Gladstone. Count rtrdinand de Lessens. Andrew Carnegie. Cvru. V. Pleld.
t no Marquis of Lome. - Justin Mcf-arChy, M. P. Sir Lysn Pte-fo!r.-- Prank R. Stockton.
d CIcw. -Vasill Vcrcskhagln. V. Clark Russell. - The Carl of Meath Dr. Lyman Abbott.
N l Camilla Urso Mrs. Henry M. Stanley, and Ono Hundred Others.
The Volume for 1892 will Contain
Nino lllusttated Serial Stories. 100 Stories of Adventure. The Dest Short Stories.
Articles of Practical Advice. Sketches of Travel. H:nts on Self-Education.
Glimpses of Royalty. Popular Science Articles; Household Articles.
Railway Life And Adventure. Charmlns Children's Paje Natural History Papers.
700 Lapse Pages. Five Double Holiday Numbers. I'.lustratcd Weekly Supplements. Neirly 1000 Illustrations.
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D' , Call and pt terms. Konrth trc ct
1 in ri-ur of opera liuiw,
: V HENRY BOECK
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STAPLE AND FANCY
i'u rotmpe ! tb Publo Solicited.
JOHNSON EDILDING SiltU St-
TEVV HARDWARE STORE
S. K. HALL A SON
Keep ll klnih of hull'len hurdwara nn hand
and will mpi'ly enUHetir. on inntt lar
and all kind ol tin wnrk prmnxtly
dine. Urdnn Inmi in eouutrjr Hujlclted.
(it r.'arl fit.
J 17. 319, 821 and 223 Main 8L,
H. M B053, Proprietor.
lbs , Perkins has been thoroughly
reooyatcd from top to bottom anJ '
oo W ono of the beat hotuli la the state
Roardeni will b taken by the week al
lt.no and np.
SOOD BAR CONNECTED
HK CTH7.KNS HANK.
Pl.TTHMOHTIl . KKRKASKA
ktptul itockpald In II
Authorued Capital, IOO.OOO.
'tUMX CARBCTH. JOS, A. COHNOK.
w. n. cusHisa. Oftner.
fraak Oarrutb J. A. Connor, F. B. Untbanani
1. W. Jebnwm.HenrrBtrek.JokiO'Kaefe
W. D. Marrtaa, Wa. Weteoaaas. W.
fBUmCTSi GENERAL BAKIIN3 B0S1HES
mum eertlflrtte. of depmlu boarlni Intern.!
Buyi aud Bella eienangn, nouuiy aua
COUNfY -oUHVKTOB '."J.
all orden left with the eounty elerk "111 be
promptly attended to.
OmtB IS COUKT IIOVMHB,
Plnttsniouth. - Nebraska
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n the ery bet fitnltlle for the prnnii
trnniV'fliili f IlKltlnmle
4tii k. hnlnli. if iilil tftiverlimelit arid lnial .
MiriiiM. Ixiiiht -uk hoI'I. Ifi-ii'ifUi rt-e.-lv
mil inlercit Kll"wed nn the eertilluVM.
; tr. ft. (I r..n uu .lhtlilM In ui.v rt.irf .if l
' i.l'e sunm kiiiI all the iiri.ii'lual hum n
Xil.LK.TION MAKR AVfl IH'IXITI.T KKMIT
THI. IlKhHMt fllHrket p'e p(i Inr fount Jf W.
ranta. Main ana t'oiintjr honilt.
John Kltziritld II. IhiwWorth
Hum WitiiK'i. V. K. tohiie
ilcorxD K. I)ii"y
lohn Klt7("rM. H. Wanifh.
ANK OK CASS COUNTY
Cor MhIii and Fifth street.
r4ld iiticapllal fvi
). II. Pamela Pnnldi'l I
tt-i l.ur.ier ' Vice frmiirii t
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r. M. I'.tltervm. A"it Caelnel
). II. Par , ele, .1. M IVitterann, Kred liordrt
I, H. Hniltii It. II. Windham, H. 8. lUnnej ai 4
r. M .l'aileiuin
K QENEbAL BASX1NC BU3IHESE
Aeeounn aollritee. iniereM allowed nn t'me
leomlta and pMinpt aitentlonf ireo to all bua
Iiew eulrutteii to Its care.
Chamborlain'a Eya and Hrta
A certain enre for Chronic Sore Eyes,
Totter, Salt IUioam, Scald Head, Old
Chrooio Soros, Fever Sores, Eczema,
Itch, ppairie Bcratcbca, Sore KIpplcs
and Files. It Is eoolinz and soothing.
Ilundrodsof cases have boea cared by
it after all other treatment bad failod.
It Is put op la 23 and CO cent bam.
ki i lavai4aTalUsr tar C-V
V kastmt aat. I'-qsnfclahHS,
b3J sVMdl., &W Iwkw Wrm tm M ! -sv(rnLt
r Falla lo hrsrtur Oru
Jltvir to IU Yottlhtul Coitir.
Lan 4tMSM hair ta.iaj.
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w.k l,nr.. I .ai u. M-1 .fwa, raia.Tai la liaicfuila
HINDEHCORNI, t ii,fT.wf.rnnia
aK ak. .iu. u, m unuu, at uiiiux a uu. a. I
6 RATKL'L COMFORTING
"Sv a lkara(h kawldr f Ma aararal
law. whlrli aavara lha noaiatlnnl of dhrat:aa
aad aiilrltlnii. and hy a raraful ap luallim nf
taa Sue pronertia.of well paieetea . won. air,
Knni ha. nrovhled our breaklat labia with
delicately Svore, bevera(a which may .av
a. aiaaf heavy doetor' hill., It h hr'tha J.di.
lou. uaool.urk article. o diet thit a eon
lintlnn may lie cradaally hull! ap until .lror
enoiidi In re.Ul every I'adenry In tlei.
Ilmiilred. of luliil meladle. are fluatlai
around a readr tc a'lai'K wetev-r aete la a
weak point, We may e.capi many a fatal
halt h keeplaK imr.eive. well lor INed wl.h
ioiie blno I and a properly nau.hhed frme "
;ill Merl-a (ia"tle. Xa,lo.l tlmiily with
boillnx water or nuiar. Hold only la half-aeuad
tin., hv ro"erie. iie..l l.iur:
JiMKi Kl'l'.t a Do .lluBiMiilhlechenilit
tlOTli AC.T.ST TTAVTED for
r1,l(i)lTH4FUhH4lOWH Of HElTTOni 11 FF.
A (.brlat.aa funis I ftersllTt at Mtaalim ol donsj " In Hit
.una- In tous-h ..., rwvvaiiM h " waasr tym of lMk.f
r-aviir nf Niff Tms'' sm ff s troaaaws " ll dtwrib-a iipi
0fill Ukstslum. dfifalai
i s4rti t a j n
ba-unfM. H Mr H4- Aoii, 4 -1- Tha W,
Vat. Ut lHaelr I fca-k. Hrr f W "
JJV tsarltsaMt. With .'vr(rTliSJtlnaVa- lish lihniuf fi.li
ml sraia ;!' as Aras fur Taj, -a awasJ 6ay kL Purs)
mmA ffnmt. full ul Wrf aad ssaiUs, ll.u sl.y ut lwpm-
mtUM tm ikdi tMiWaff ol titt (iuai'sL-al ts-- f9 ww A.aat.
MiBkaurt asir. -f4 4 w"4 -attl vnsM tridorM It,
Ti) DUO ifN- Wstas,. frV.9
aw. f A auTM1snt4HMUBl)tli4rSMk.fuf MdNf
IVwatAM Bd v K rf fw". rtU tut jtta..tv a
SSaaarlUSi Unn4 ' It)
wi sMr ai""- ..'.-7- .
rs.a - snaia. sH Mt. lf fWr l'ra " ' r, rysra
a uasar aft
" a Duuiono Etno A
atV, Nsm saaet rasaiSts Ml . T
M- -4 it) Hf 4 a4 W4 avMiaM T
now to ll.l,, , f.lllnU ;
ol hmialali ll.aui,.
""Sufii" pill)waiia'.cusTilmatnn 1
apJ.iarttf .lri.iu.nl t, hirKpHt Jhuro Vi
the oT(llewnim'a atttMittvn. '.Anil I
aome of hmi are lncli.,. riniujii t
beuuty Thu pruvailiuK funcy fvr cuk
snd comfort In homo decoration Innim
upon a generous aupply of tliesu vush
loni strewn about an apitrtmcnt. A
etrnltrliV backed chair l Immediately
made more comfortubla by the placing
of s pillow Delimit the hollow of one's
back, and four or five nre not too many
to pile up on a divan or a couch.
Cushions for this puriose should bo
Muffed with down, because it absolutely
refuses to knot up In lumps, but shakes
out and fulls up nrain however much
pressure It may have been under. I.nrio
couch pillowN are frequently filled with
a lino quality of feathers, In which case
an inner covering is requisite so as to
prevent the feather quills from sticking
The two Illustrations pive siiffpestiona
fur the quaint decorative needlework
called Cretan embroidery, which is a
very remarkable description of silk env
broidery on linen, found only on the
inland of Crete in t!:e Dffean sea. In
all cases the one stitch predominating
In the Cietrtii ui k la a kind of very
close herring Ume, the stitches beinrj
taken In ao close a proximity to each
other that the effect of a plait or twist
Is produced. The method of the
execution of tins stitcli la veryi
clearly demonstrated in the small
Illustration, which shows the needlo
threaded will) four strands of filoselle
Hiik, lint occasionally six strnnds
may tie threaded to advantage, as wido
portions of foliage and the like
may thus lie more quickly covered.
frequently a heavier twisted silk is
used The coloring of the square do
sign given Includes a deep golden
brown, fawn brown, yellow, cream, two
shades of dull L'reen, nnd a very lovely
tint of azure blue, with an occasional
touch of bright red. The bird in the
center Is outlined In chain-stitch iu
fawn brown, with the exception of tho
eyea and wine; feathers, which nrc out
lined with pold silk, the Interior portion
of the wing U'liig (llled with red silk
atin atltch. The small circular flowers
above the bin) nre likew ise In satin
atilch, with cream-white centers out
lined with fawn brown. 1 lie two large
MCTAIL OF C RITAS STTTCR.
flowers are In diverse colore, one hay
ing lu outer circle worked In green snd
the other In blue, the little intermedi
ate lines of atem-stitchlng being of
golden brown, snd in the center of the
flower-forms white and pold and fawn
are judiciously blended. The foliage la
brown, green, fawn and blue, the
amount of each color being introduced in
rather s haphazard fashion, but in such
manner sa t produce charming re
sult Aa to the uses to which Cretan
work may be applied at the present
day, scarcely loo much can be said in
Its fayor as s decoration for tea cloths,
table centers, aofa pillows, towel shams.
night-dress canes, footstool cushions,
head rest snd other articles for which
the possibility of being frequently
washed is s consideration. Italian linen
ts the moat suitable material for Cretan
work, being pure homespun, and ao
soft snd free from dressing that the
needle psasea through it without the
slightest resistance, while its moderate
coat Is sUo greatly In its favor. Ella
Starr, tn Leelie's Illustrated New. paper.
t rioaalaf lra.
Here Is a recipe for cleaning delicate
laces, which sn old Iscemsker who has
woven many s goasamsr web for the
great eonnolueur and lover of laces,
Mme. Modje.ks, gave to ber pupil and
patron! Ppread the lace out on paper,
cover with calcined magnesia, place an
other paper over It, snd put it away be
tween the leaves of a book for two or
three days. Then all It needs Is a skill
ful ihakc to scatter the powder, Snd its
delicate threads are as fresh and clean
ss wbeo 6 rut woven.
, A Uooia TnrkUh llath.
When a warm bath la taken, If the
whole body from the crown of the head
lo the eolrs of the feet la Instantly
sponged with cold water there will be
00 danger of taking cold The cold
water closes the pores naturally after a
w arm bath.
Salt Savwa Ulni-banis.
Yon eon prevent your pretty new
ginghams from fading if you let them
Ua fur several hours In water iu which
baa been dissolved a goodly quantity of
salt. I'm, the dress tn It while it is hot,
and after several hours wring it out,
dry and wash aa unal
. Toa Stay rol Oalaac Now. , .
If the hands are rubbed on a stick of
celery after peeling onlous the smell
will be entirely removed Onions may
be peeled under water without offense
to eyes or binds.
Arc tour Kulvoa Hoatrf
Ordinary rubber Ink eraacra, it' is
said, will remove rnst from polished cut
lery without Injury
1 m ' " aasi 1 aa s sm
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,vVYORK CITY. JUDICIAOf f-l-CER'S
.fnooth Toncoed Mlnarpera .M.ike a)
-. Mistake I" "Sllog l'" a .Man,
1 an, I V" Is Arrtialed anil Sentenced 'I'lie
J i, Vleata I'ter Fa to.
At tlie'a.awyerH' club a few nights a'o
j Judge Uiiik B. Cowing mid Judge 1 lenry
' A. GiIilerKl've were epintiing yarns on
tl)'! queer exK'rieiie-r! tin-y have had willi
the thieving fraternity, when not known.
Judges Oilderslneve und Cowing are two
jolly and niot entertaining compan
ion's. They me very popular wherever
they go and now and then meet with a
sharper wiio tries to ingratiate himself
iu their good graces to the extent of uh
many dollars as they may happen to have
in their pockets.
Judge Uildersloevei was telling how he
was approached by a bunko man a few
year ago nt the Pennsylvania railroad
depot iu Jersey City, and how he crossed
the ferry with the "hand shaker," who
thought lie had made a greut capturo.
Judge (iil.kv.sleeve is a famous tqMiris
man and a sharpshooter. Ho has won
many prizes with his rifle nt national
snd international tournaments, und has
written ii dozen boi);s on rilles, marks
manship and game, big und little. He
was returning from a trip to Pennsylva
nia, where he had had a very pleasur
able time shooting with a party of Phil
adelphia lawyer friends.
1 loli. id hardly got off the train at
Jersey City when ha felt a vigorous si up
on thu back.
"Why, hello, my dear Mr. Thompson.
So glad to seo you. Just in from Phila
delphia, eh? How lire ull the folks at
When Judge Oihlersleeve got a chance
to say a word ho replied meekly:
"Yes, just in from Philadelphia. I
guess the folks are all well. They were
when I left them, anyway."
"Now, I've met you iu Philadelphia,
I am sure. Don't you remember me?"
THE JUIKiK tll'.TS fcVEM.
Knowing what sort of character he
had to deal with, Judge Oildcrsleeve led
him on in a modest, innocent way.
"Why, you must be mistaken," said
lie to tho bunko man. "My name is
Johnson, Joseph V. Johnson, und I keep
u store in Philadelphia."
"Why, 1 beg ii thousand pardons," and
tho bunko man bowed low nnd disap
peared. OAVR TMK TIP TO J1H "rAL."
Tiien came tho "pal," just as Judge
Oildersluere expected. Ho was just
stepping aboard tho Desbrossos Street
ferry when ho got another slap on the J
"My dear Mr. Johnson, how are you
and what are you doing over here? You
don't remember me, but I knew you
years ago in Philadelphia," and bunko
man No. 2 plied his tongue in the most
voluble manner, Judgo Oildersloeve as
senting to everything he said. The
bunko man had got Judgo Oildersleevo
to promise that ho would meet him again
when he saw he couldn't get him to join
him in a quiet game or a liquid smile.
"Now, my dear Mr. Johnson, don't
forget to meet mo, will you?" said the
bunko man as he stepped out of tlrs
ferry house on the New York side.
"Officer, arrest this man," said Judge
Oildersli-eve to a policeman standing by.
"Suy, you old jay, whut do yon mean?"
h'.t-twl .1.-1 wUi!0 ihmIi, r,'. vrtwli anger.
"We will meet again, young man, in
a short time, I hope. I will give you my
name and place of business Henry A.
Gildersleeve, judge. Part 3, court of geu
"Whut's the charge, judge?" asked the
The next day the bunko man was sent
to tho island for six mouths by Justice
Power, of the Tombs.
TUB "PAL" SENTENCED.
Two mouths later Judge Gildersleeve
had the pleasure of meeting the uiuu
who was king of the New York "hand
shakers," "Kid" Miller. Miller was the
man who first addressed the judge iu
the depot at Jersey City.
"Miller, I've mot you before," said
"Not gnilty," replied Miller.
"Well, I got off a Pennsylvania train in
Jersey City one day two months ago, with
a gun aud a basket and dressed in my
hunting clothes. I had been on a little
pleasure expedition, and you saw fit to
isterft-re is the business of a peaceable,
law abiding citizen. Yonr companion
is now serving a term on the island, and
the strangers who come to town will be
better off if you follow suit. One year
in the penitentiary," and the bnnko king
was led sway, and if ever a face looked
queer it was that dazed bnnko man's.
The two bunko men who tried to cap
ture Jndge Gildersleeve'S shekels bad
worked New York and vicinity for a
long time, yet did not know the face of
the criminal court Jndge. ' In the case
of Recorder Thnyth the "hand shaker"
was frtwh in from the Windy City, and
hadn't looked the city officers over so
closely as his calling would seem to war
rant. Judge Gildersleeve told me that so far
as he knew he snd Recorder Smyth were
the only criminal, judges that liad ever
been approached by the New York bunko
The ouly other erjierience Judge Gil
dersleeve ever had with the crooks out
side his courtroom was during the Cen
tennial in Philadelphia. He had his
pockets picked while going over the ex
hibition ground.. He had just 'been
made a judge of the criminal court in
this city, and some of his friends, who
remember how Judge Gildorsleeve felt
over the theft, do say that for a long
time pickpockets received very little
merciful consideration when they were
sentenced according to the jury verdicts.
-New York Herald. . '
A Woman's A (a, Afala.
Quoriens Does Miss Prym believe
everything in her Bible?
Cyuicus Yek, except the entry of ber
birtu.-New York Epoch.
aj rfurirleri Dfir.tt.
f I i ii 11. Hie s liii.tonis nrw
""I. genenaiv iimlerMr, "n.
Mile. Him l',re-ilh ' r,int !
Hit-Kit h. k " t5''',',l,,rdilrcKsin
I side liH'r Moulder, irri.,, ,,,,,
Mllfit. 1 SI liitri ihomI. v. - rs -
1. W.irilr ,.i
u rn, n, .in. n in-, MijuuessnesH, (iron
Jt contains, 'ncopiate's. V 'V
K. W. Sawyer, f Roclienter, 'W'iB
ii prominent dealer in general
mercliaiHli.se, inul who runs nevern
pi-ildlint; wajf.Mis, liml tine of ,ia
Iioi w.ih badly t ut mid Imrned with a
liiriut, The v.ound refiiHed to heal.
The liorne liccnnie lame nnd etifl '
iiowwilliHtatiditi cnrcful intention
nnd llu Hpdicntii, n of remedies. A
friend handed Sawyer Home 'of
I luller'H Hai l) Wire l.iiieinent, the
most wonderful ('liine ever Haw t
Ileal wik'Ii woiiinls. He npplicil it
only three timcM and the core was
completed heahvl. Equally frond
for all eort, cuIh, Ihiiscs, and
woiiikIh. l,-or nale by nil drugg;int
For lame hack there i nolbinjy
better tliim to Hiiturate ti flanniT
cloth witli C'hainlit-rlaiu'H Pain
J I in mid bind it on the uffcc'.cd
partH. Tr" it and you will be wur-
priHcdat the prompt relief italfordrt.
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J 11C Mill I1C 1 1 1 I III 11 II I win I III I- I 1 1 .1 11-
matiHiu. For Hale by J. G. Fricke
A Cure for Paralvsls.
Frank CorncIitiH, of Purcell, Ind.
Ter., HavH: "I induced Mr. PitiHou,
wIiohc wife had piiralyniHin the face
to buy a bottle of Chamberlain's
I'ain Jsalm. Jo their frrcsit nuprine
before the bottle had all been need
elie wiih ii jrrcat deal better. Her
lace had lieen drawn to one Bide;
but the Pain Halm relieved nil
pain and noreiicKH. and the mouth
.isHiiined i t h natural Hhape." It is
also a cert a in cure for lhetimatiHia
lame back, sprain HwcllintrH and
iamencci. ,ri) cent licit ticn for Bale
by F. G. Fricke A Co., Drtifrieta.
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