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Shlogle, Uth, Pub,
in nyj eriTW drmund of thu city.
Call and i' ' '"' Fourth street
In ri.ar of opera liouw.
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UnUotlr kwpi on band everjthia
joa oel to furniih jar Lom.
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INFORMATION AS TO Ii ATI'S
Ciill'nt I)i'iot or iid'IrPBa
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STAPLE AND FANCY
QUEEN SWA UL
FtenM Fatil a Snecialty
I'atroDAge 1 tbi) Tuble Solicited.
J0HSS3N EUILDING Sixth S!.
S. K. HALL A SON
Kep ill klml ot b ill tiTt hiirdwarn on hn4
ami will u ( 1 ' ) y rontriii'liiri on luunt lar
: TIIsT nOOFINO
ami all klniloil 1 1 u work prunr'tlr
J ins. urUnn liuia tun country Solicited
IK Pearl 8t.
317. 919, 221 and 223 Main St.,
II. M B033, Proprietor.
lbs IVrkiot haa been thorough! j
renoratcd from top to button; and '
OOW one of tho brat hoteU in tlia ntute
Boardura will b taken by ths week at
1 1.50 and op.
GOOD BAH CONNECTED
JIIF: CI1I7.KNS HANK.
OaDltal stock Mid In I
Authorized Capital, 1100,000.
UANK CA KKL'Tll. JOS. A. COK,
w. it. cunniao. chier.
raak Carrutb J. A. Connor, Y. It. (latkaaar
i. W. Johmon, flniiry llaxk, Jolia U'Kecf
W. U. Miim, Wia. Wetanaama, W.
TEAN3iCT3'i GENERAL E AMINO BDSlNES
miMcrtinr iipn of li(xln bi-trlnn InternM
tua and M ll eicliaun. roiinly mil
COUNTY H U It V K Y I (
All onlfrf lr-ft wllltlie rniinty elcrk lll be
iromitly ali'ini'tl 10.
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tinl IhliTist allownl on lli (ttuIIc ii.
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XJLLkCTIONB MAP AND PKQMPTLY BBMIT
TKII. tiluliest nmrkft prlrn p.ilil tor County Wai
rant, Htato ana County bonu.
John FltiKjruld D. Ihiwk'wortb
H4111 WaiiKli. K. K. While
HcorKB B. ioviy
lobn Kll7KruH. H. WaiiKb.
Tre'ldi'iit l ' 1 'e.
ANK OK CASS COUNTY
Cor M.un and Kllth atrect.
!ald up capital tl nne
J. II. rmnla President
r"t (ionliT Tlce l'relil.iut
I. M. I'Htll'PIOI I'll.) :ll
C. M. P, airmen, Ant ( -liiil
1, H. Hinin, It. uVwImllima, U. H.lUumey Bl.d
V. .d l allMcoo
K aENEaVL BANI1NC BU315EE8
aorounM tnlkttwf. Inirrxit ll.iwd on tlma
li-ponn Hint promii! aili-utluuiveu to all but-
ucm KUiruiuia w It ear.
Cbararxaialn'a Eye and Skin
A certain cere lor ChrwuVj Son Eyea,
Tetter, Salt Iiheam, Scald ilead. Old
CbxoDdo Bores, Ferer Sores, Eczema,
Itch, Prairie Bmtchea, Bore KIpplci
and Files. It la ooollDf "knd aoothlnjj.
Iltrndrodaof caaea Lara boon eared by
it after all other treatment bad (ailed
it la put up la 23 and CO cent boxc.
4V efa -li ttamt'Air
iiiaii. -iJk..Hi.i,o.iT rnrr
Ml araini, lt.
Will, tm bvut .( f,ul
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I T l V geroi.4, lnniriaul fruwlh.
I'y V W-Krt FslU to I'Xora On
f. I 'i "" ' 1 Timllilul Color?
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lllNpEKCORNS. Tin V'fmmm.iC'm.
iiuv ill iwii, Cv. In j.i.u, ur mhcu a cvk, h. n.
"ya Ikarank kilitK f laral
llai whli'll ttvrrn III oaciitlnat nf l2wt
nid utriiloii. and kf a farafal in lioiloa n(
lhi Inn iir TlH'iif ll mli-i i'ikik Mr,
Ki'in lim iinlili our kr'akfmt laklx with a
illii eiv I tm I liffi" whli'li mty .
ut maay k-a?f it 'tor (l it, in- ut hi ji
I..1H uvii(uci mi ' kirl Ik . I a "ii
Itullun mi In (rdally billt nl until "tr.iiin
i'ini'11'li In rnu ry lm-iry In iHi'in.
IliimlifiU ot mmU rflal' ar flea i
r Mind 111 rd t iHi'k wn-tr kin a
wf 'ilnt, A may it ful
uli.ift lif ki'ilr niir. well tiir.ili'il wek
mr bln'i I nd it arnprly nvurlilied (iitiiiH."-'
vil Herri -a i itl. Madoxl aianly wltk
li'iillnit waiir nr milk, Xnld ny la kll-a"'
llim. li v iro"rli i:iinn'i mur:
Jam Ki Ul'l'H a Ull . UiatiitUil i lii-mlut
l.adu I 'ut; I. nd
noK ACrVTl TTAXTED fop
nrl.llillKlMI hllAIIdWM OF M'ff VOIlff TIFF,
A ( hriktin w-man narfHs)of "tl..-in work 4 "l" Itii
Kaltf ' in tni'i 'i ( I !'.', rr imf that 1 Mtarr It' " uf Ml ft- n
hj lint NewVi!." utml-vn vitmtm " It t'r rttm tti,f cl
rl. In Ulut. lMt)fifn friMusiinciiTfi Bnyrni
titeuoM. it Air, lit I'll mp.t-.i, i l. 'I lifM. V
a.... and Inanr.tnp 1 Item. Ilvrnst tfhirfnf ! N. Y
Jhfrxticvi'. iltt H.f nrHinfafi-nnllaa-l lip, lit t'tifltrat 1
Of IT'Orl in Mrl.al 1-trL ' f i Umtt Siht, l'ur
ml (f ik 4, fiH " tartkii1 trull' a. It .a an Utijp .f 'J rmlXTunna,
m. m it ur.a tti l.tal Ik Vir of (nxl"!, l'k f it l"-r w kut
JaavmrA mn.lr. mf IMtti I pn hnSrmn, tt.r tosj i u$
r,-Mi ami tH" 7.nfc flu for rlrmlara lo
Jokn 8aiidli Kratltm.
A ftw iiri'.i striiirm who with out for
morning at roll witiifsnl a lirn-f I
bluoilv bit tin thvDiiL'li t!u whitlow of
tlie Miiriict nin.-1't Inrd atire biinijy
Anion;,' the di'iiiis'-HH of the pl.i rc in 11
uionki-y i:iilli-d Joclto, wm-. priivir;
lor inUchii-f low Ifil him into 'din;iu:r
before. Oil the morning ir, qniMio:i
Jut:U detrrmhiKil to jro on a 'lark. I!'
luixi'fih'il hi pH'ldntf Ibttlock of hia vr.;:.;
and ouch fn-e tiiriicil his attention to
hi" fi-nl lit n;(l compiinionH. It tiMik hn
a few minute to unliKik a dozen of th.
Tiiriona cast's jn tin rixim, uinl noon n
funny irocniun of moukeyg anil p ;r
lotit were Htruttiim ahout. In a few n:i.i
ntes trouble Ix-uti to brew. One of li.
purrotH, in a spirit of mischief, prni:u,',
bit JcK'ko. anil u lively buttle en. iii' '
Polly giMin found that elm wuh ki-Il!:
tlie wornt of it und inaile a rnnh for le .
minua her t'til fiithr uud juirt o
Jix.mo, iiu Wi then th.r;)r.Ki;!,.'
arouHed, wiled in for a generul wuwwi
and in a hhort timu hud tlie floor to him
aelf, aave for Minnie, a little nihtiu
jiilo, who w;i too dazed to eac.ipe. Wil Ii
one blow tho bird wna etretcheil lifclex
on too floor. TIm monkey then offitrfi
battle to a bi at tiffed owl which hi:l
bw'u K"zin Holeinnly npon the hci :u',
ami receiving no unnwer to hia chiil
leriK'", threw the bird oH its HMle.tnl.
Joeko'a Waterloo waa awaiting him
however. A hne vampire tat, which
bad been watching the buttle, jninpeil
down from hii jx-rcli, nnil Jocxo Ktarted
for him. The cont-Ht was brief. The
harp bonk uml talonn of the bird buriml
thetiiMlveH li-e a ibuli in tho monkey
fli u)i, and Jocko wax ulad to make hi
rxrupe with the blood flowing frotn a
dozen wouiiiIh. At thin jum tore the
proprietor appeared and hoatilitiei
ceased. Kan Francisco Chroniclo,
A Tru Ilt Story.
Here in a new und absolutely true hat
tory. A New York gentleman, dining
at a hotel In lioaton, found on coming
out that ho wax tho last to leave the
dining room, and hi hat hud been takeu
by somebody who had preceded biin,
leaving one very Minihir, but iinmirv
takably not bin, in iu place. It w.n a
giiflicienlly good xnbstitute to allow ot
hix wearing it for three weekx ufter hid
return home, when, afler dinner one
(lav, three week later, be aaid to a
friend with whom be had jiut been diu
"1 must replaco this hat; ila not irino,
ut.d it doesn't fit. Coiuu with 1110 and
I'll do it now."
Together they aonght a neighboring
rhop and began to examine bats. One
after another wax tried on by the intend
in purchaser, none quite suiting him.
It'x too bad," xiiid hix friend. "Like
yon, I am hard to fit. Now, thia one is
the moat comfortable hat I ever had."
"It lixikx ko," remarked tho hut welt
er; "let 1110 try that on." The but wax
handed o hlin. It adjusted itxeif per
fectly to Lix head. ".Man alive!" he
ejaculated, "this ia my lost hat," and he
txjk it off quickly, turned back the in.
aide band, and, sure enough, there waa
hia niuno and residence in indisputable
proof. It turned ont that the friend had
been In Boston the same day, though
they had not met, had dined at the ho
tel, but had nut discovered that he had
worn away another man's hat. And the
ahop loat a sale of a hat. New York
Nol mm Elrramoaynary IiVtltatlna.
"It's funny about some people one
meets traveling," remarked a drummer
at the Cadillac aa he threw his feet npoo
the writing table.
"Iiowr inquired the man next to
'On a dining car, for Instance, the
other day, he went on jerkily.
"WhatT' asked the other man en.
"Coining over from New York. Odd
aort of a genius across the car from ma
After he left the car tho waiter who had
served him brushed the crumbs off of
" '8h dat man, bow?" he aakud.
'Reckon he nevuu waa on a diuin cat
' 'Why? I Iniinired.
" 'Caze, boax, lie axed for a second
helpin. (ieiiiiiien what eaU ou dene yot
dinln caha, boas, knows dey ain't no
char'tible institutions fur givin victuals
away in no aich inannah aa dat.
"I had been thinking I wanted a little
more than had been allowed me, but 1
didn't aik for it after that," and the
drummer sighed. Detroit Free Press.
There ia a family of little folk not far
away who are delightful from their love
for each other. Vin haa the greatest ad
miration for Lis sUUt Molly, mid will
do anything for her "You's so pitty,
Molly." He is Gve and she is three. One
cold morning Molly's mamma set her in
her high chair, wbilababy had her neces
sary care and papa ate his breakfast It
wax rather chilly, and Molly was in her
Yin wanted to make her warm, so ha
wrapjs-d up her feet in a newspaper, but
poor Molly slipped and fell solidly on
tlie fhxir from Iter high chair. "Oh,
Molly," said Viu.in tears, "did you hurt
your "No," said Molly, winking back
the tears which would come; "No,
brnver, I full ou 'e paper." Gardner
(Mox.) Home Journal.
Cotit in Jennie Wholly cured of your
love, did you any?
CoiiMn 'Tom Wholly.
Cousin Laura What killed it this
('im .iii Tom I a.ked her a isimplu
question. Aud when her faukless lips
formed the words "I disruniomlier," 1117
love Ix'ciiino a corpse. Pittnlmrg Iiul
"Poor lillle soul!" paid Ihicli) Oeorgo
gn.ing at the baby.
"Why poor?" asked the proud father.
"Nature lias given him a black eye to
start with," rupliod (. ieorgo, Harper's
' J r..l.rtd bf Clilld-
Vrandwm of Connt U Iln'isson-
villi! 111 La Vie (le SI on I'ero relinei
how the noted royiiliht escapid from
tue nioljon tlio teri'ilil" AH'. 1U, nil.':
My nniiltalher did not emiHiale.
LoiiisCvVI, who 1 ad coiiliilence in his
rare troiirage imi'. entire devotion, had
inaile Win promote not 10 leave nun, nun
lie was alwaya one of thoae who in mo-
UienU of damrer hastened to the lull
erics to defend the royul family, lie
wax with tlie king throughout the 10th
of August. When the royal family left
the legislative assembly ho found him
self iu a position of great danger.
Hu l. .1; uilviintiiL'H of the semitwt- I
light in the lobby to destroy hix lace
rufll.'s and hid his gold laced hat and hix
sword under the xeutx.
Then ho joined the crowd which was
leaving the hall and theolllcea. But the
dilliculty was to pass from the entrance
to tht ussembly hull to the gate of the
drawbridge of the Tuileries without be
ing recognized. In this space and ut tin
gate were tlie people, excited by having
taken the palace and by the massacre ol
the Hwisx, which had occupied them
nearly nil day.
In crossing the garden my grandfather
noticed a child who had been hit by a
bullet and was moaning on the ground
surrounded by several pcrwms. Ho
walked Ktrai';ht to the group, lifted tlie
child in his arms without xaying a word,
and went on toward the gate, walking
slowly and apparently quite absorbed in
c'lmfortuii tlie lit.t In child. Hix face was
tinix concealed ax ho reached the gate
and ordered the crowd aside.
lie wax allowed to pass unsuspected,
and utill protected by hia precious bur
den h paii-.ed through the xtreotx and
neareif the d' I laiissi mv ille mansion. Then
he left the child arid a Bum of money
with a physician, with instructions that
th little one should be given the best of
C'rlmti In tli Air.
It has been frequently noticed that
there are epidemics of robberies ax well i
nx of .suicides i' other crimes. A crim
inal epidemic, peculiar to a half dozi n
large cities of the tinted States that
have a large and vicious population, is
that of Sunday murders, which are the
results of a day of idleness. Ihen,
again, murders witn pecni.ar teaturea
often occur in groups in all parts of the
country. In France there is a tradition,
centuries old, that epidemics of suicide
return in regular cycles, at each recur
rence of the Miicidal furor the siiccex
ixivo victims of their own murderous
hands vicing with one another in the
greater ghastliness cf tho tragedy thut
Stories of wife murders in variouf
parts of the country, relieved by a few
exceptional murders of husbands by
by their wives, reach the press simul
taneously from many different sources.
"Murder is in the air" has become a
stereotyped expression among newspaper
men and detectives, who know from ex
perience that such epidemics will ruu
tiieir cycles and cause many bliwdy
records to be made before they have
Fpent their fury.
With' bank robberies it is tho same
It is not often that a single robbery ia
made one is sure to breed others; "they
come not singly, but in whole battal
ions." This is not because the same
gang engages in many different enter
prises, but because a universal similar
impnlse permeates the minds of the
classes devoted to -that form of guilt
St. Louis Republic.
Th TorrlbU Abotntv.
In "Stedinan's Expedition to Surinam"
the following wonderful account of the
aboma or dragon is given; "This re
markable creature is called aboma in
tho colony of Surinam. Its length,
when full grown, is often more than
forty feet, its body being four feet and
over in circumference. Its color is a
greenish black on the back, a line yellow
ou the sides and a dirty white on the
belly, the back and sides being spotted
with irreguhir black rings, with a pure
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. VVII1U7 llff t IU Vila i.lil:i v. cni.ui .id
head is broad and flat, small In propor
tion to its body, with a large mouth and
teeth set in double rows. It has two
bright, prominent eyes, is covered all
over with scales about tho size of a shill
ing, and has two sharp claws under the
lielly near the tail which it uses in seiz
ing its prey.
"It is an amphibious animal, that is, it
delights in low, marshy places, where it
lies concealed under fallen timber, ready
to seize its prey, which, from its im
mense bulk, it is not active enough to
pursue. When hungry it will devour
any animal that comes within its reach,
and is indifferent if it be a sloth, a wild
boar, a stag or a tiger. After twisting
itxeif about the Ixuly of a buffalo, a stag
or a tiger, by help of its claws, it breaks
every bone in the pixir victim's laxly. 1
have been told of negroes Ix'ing devoured
by this snake and am not disposed to
discredit the story. Ho bites from no
other impulse, but that of hunger and ia
There are tens of thousands of dollars
lying in the vaults of the snbtreasnry in
New York which belong to pensioners.
Checks have been issued probably cov
ering the whole amount, but from one
cause or another the money baa never
lieen claimed. The checks have never
been presented. The money stands to
the credit of the various pension agents
acting as disbursing officers of the gov
ernment. An account with one of these
(iflicials is never closed tiutill all tho
checks coinn in and no more are to come.
Lie isay have overdrawn. There is no
way to determine this until everything
is squared up. New York Herald.
ILrtltiir- Iti'iTiirtlliiB; 1'but list.
Kays a society paper: "Let agentleman
unking a call take euro of hix hat with
out your assistance, lie can either leave
It in the ball or curry it into the parlor."
The writer has omitted one tb'iiig hern
Besides being allowed to take care of his
hat the gentleman sliunM not le asked
where he got it. Louisville Courier-Journal.
The Greatest Sti.
Or. Mil,"- :ridl KV'e
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Cil.-C IM lieillir ITVlllllli.
many unexpected curcHclfccu"
ICIICVCN Hlllirt hi. ...II, n
nine, ami, ),
! wi iiK anil
eniTi, rwnini" ui ailKU'H Hit
and ln'iirl dniiiHy
on Heart ami N
li-ee. iiic iinciiiiny.,1 Now Heart
L' L'l;l i : . . i ,.,
tun-is sum nnil iri'iai an eei l.v I
. I'ricke Ac t o, ulsii hia Keatorative C
Nervine for head.nche, litx, HprCerV'
hot Ibihlicrt, iier:.'ou cliillx, (jii,uni'
hnhit, etc. 4
K. W. Sawyer, of K'oclierttcr, l is,, '
a ion i i i it-n t dealer in general
iiiercliniKliHi', ami who runs) neveral i
pt'dillinj; wagfoiiH, had one of hiu
liors.irt badly cut mid burned with
lariat, 'Tl'.e wound rcfiiHcd to heal.
'The horse became lame and hlitf
iiowwitliHiiinding; careful iittcntioa
und the aiplicati.n of remedies. A
friend handed Sawyer Home of
I ' a Icr'ri Hail) Wire Lincinent, tlie
nioal wonderful tiling ever hiiw to
Ileal Hiich woiiikIh. lie applied it
only three limesi and the sore was
completed hculed. usilJy frood
for nil Horn, cutH, hruscn, und
woundw. For Hale by nil drug;eirit
For lame hack there in nothins
be t"r tlni'i n Holiirnte n llaiincl
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