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SMOKED. FOR OVER
Has been popular with smokers everywhere for over twenty-five years.
It is Just as Good Now as Ever.
Its Flavor, Fragrance and Purity have contributed largely to the
growing popularity which pipe smoking enjoys. Pipe smoking is
growing in favor because finer, sweeter and better tobacco can be had
in this form and at much less cost than in cigars.
BLACKWELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO CO.,
DURHAM, N. C.
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tJCLll Inforrciation .izlcL
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SOI Cor Fifth
Everything to Furnish, Four House.
; ' " GREAT MODERN
.HOUSE FURNISHING EMPORIUM.
j ing uurchaqeil the J. V. Weckbach store room on touth
a street where I am now located can sell goods cheap
than the cheapest having just put m the largest stock
f rtflw foods evpr hrnupht tn
t -ww wj - v
id iumilure ot all Kinassoldon
THE POSITIVE CURE.
TLX BROTHERS. M Vim 8C, Kw Tt Prtre to cU.I
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and Vine St.
th r-itv rnrlii-f ctrivos
w,v m w j -" - a . V hJ,Vr"
the installment plan.
No healthy person need fear any j
dangerous consequences from an I
attack of la grippe 'f properly I
treated. It is much the same as-a
severe cold and require precisely
the same treatment. Remain quiet
ly at home and take ("haml'.T).iinV
Cough Remedy an dir.'.Med I t a -e
vere cold and a prompt ;i . I com
plete recovery is surf to follow
This remedy also coiiniei ac s au
tendency of la grippe to r.v-uli ii
pneumonia. Anions tlie man)'
thousands who have used it luring
the epidemics of the past two yeari- ;
we liave yet to learn of a single
case that has not recovered or thai
has resulted in pneumonia.
fi) cent hottles for sale li
Fricke A. Co.
La -rlppe Successlu'ly Treated
"I have just recovered from a sec
ond attack of the grip this year,"
says Mr. Jas. (). Jones, puhlisher of
the leader, Mexica Texas. -'In the
latter case I used Chamberlain's
Cough remedy, ami I thin with
considerable success, only being in
bed a little over two da , against
ten days for the lirst attnek. The
second attack, I am ratslied. would
have been equally as bad as the
lirst but for the use of this remedy,
as I had to go to bed in about six
hours after being struck with it,
while in the lirst case I was able to
atiend to business about two days
before getting down, fill cent bot
tles fcr sale h F G. Fricke & Co.
The population of Platismoulh
Is about 1().(XX), add we would say
at least neo-half are troubled with
some efTectioii on the throat and
lunH, as those complaints are, ac
cording to staaistics, more numer
ous than others. We would advise
all our readers not to neirlect the
opportunity to call on their drug
get ana get a bottle of Kemp s IJal
sarn for the throat and lungs. Trial
size free. LargeBottle 50c- and $1.
Sold by all drug-gist.
many women Buffer from Excessive or
Scant Menatruatioo; they don't know
who to confide ia to get proper advice.
Don't confide in anybody but try
.pacific lor PAINFDL, PROFUSE.
SCANTY. SUPPRESSED and IRREGULAR
Book to " WOMAN " mailed free.
BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta. Ga.
Sold fcy all Draarlata.
t.. mo Liuuor naoit, positively turet
FY ADSIU'SERKJO DR. HAIIES' C010EN SPECIFIC
li can be given In a cup of codee or tea. or in at
tide of ood. withou: the knowledge of the per
tun taking it; it is absolutely harmless aurl win
effect a permanent and speedy cure, whe(hr
t!ic patient is a moderate drinkeror an alcoholic
wreck, it NEVER FAIL8. We GUARANTEE
it complete cure in evsry iust fcuce. 4H page book
FREE, Addrens in conflfiencp,
ViacN -SPECIFIC CO., 1 86 fiaoi St. CracinnatLO
A PTI'TO !' '" want to
arsh & Co.,
Chamberlain's Eye and Skin
A certain euro for Chronic Sore Eyes
Tetter, Salt Rheum, Scald Bead, Ok
Chronic Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema,
Itch, Prairie Scratches, Sore Nipples
and Files. It is cooling and soothing.
Hundreds of cases have been cured by
U. after all other treatment bad failed.
It is put up in S3 and SO cent boxes.
BO LiMG WATER OR MILK.
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GRATE Ulr COM PORTING
Labeled 1-2 lb Tins Only.
I N ESS AHIAD HOUM CUftKD
by Pack'a InTWbU Tabafer Xr Cab
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Clean aad beautifi the hair.
Promo a loxwisnt growth.
Never - Fails to BMtar - Oraor
Hair to ita Tontaral;Color7
Ctm Jp dimin a hair feiiic.
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' i'ai Jior' Qia&rer Tonio. Jt chit the word Couea.
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HfKDttRCORNS.. The oaWrureenn for Corn.
How Lost ! How Regained
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testimonials of the cure. a nun.
Consultation in person or by mail. Expert treat
ment. INVIOLABLE SECRECY and CER
TAIN CrKE. Arid"-- I. W. H. Parker, or
The Peabody Medical Inutitute, Iso. 4 Buluuch St..
The Peabody Medical Institute haa many imi
tatora, but no equal. Uer''l
The Science of Life, or-lf Preaervation, ia a
treaaure more valuable tban uolii. Head it now,
er?rv WEAK and NERVOUS man, and learn to
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Tfca SCrvos Band.
"I like the dashing cornet and the
prightly clarinet," said Colonel Calli
)er, "but 1 luce best of all that braes
fountain of cheerfulness, the big bass
horn. Care takes a back neat when the
big horn sounds. It mints the air red
and defies all creation, but it is vastly
good natured withal, and it never fails
when its friends the cornet and the clari
net pause for breath to come in with its
oomph-ah! oomph-ah! oomph-aht pre
serving the harmony unbroken.
"Relieved from this duty, it rolls off
over the edge of a cliff and brings up
suddenly at the foot with a tremendous
oomph! lieliounding, with dignity un
rullled, with undiminished vigor, and
with undimuu'd, inextinguishable and
overwhelming good humor, it tosses off
sound in large decorative effects that
excite the wonder of every hearer and
fill every hearer with broad delight.
"Just why the big bass hOm is usually
played by a thort, stout man, while the
slender clarinet is played by a man who
is tall and thin is one of those things
that uoliody knows. The time may
come, indeed, when the short, 6tout man
will play the blender clarinet and the
tall, thin man will play the big bass
horn; hut by whomsoever it may be
played let us hope that the big horn's
thunderous jollity will never bo abated."
New York Sun.
Mrs. Laverty, an Irish lady, who lived
thirty miles from the American Rich
mond, wiw in the provident habit of
laying in a etore of groceriea to last an
entire qiiitrter, since she could not repair
to Richmond oftener than four times a
year. On one of these provisioning ex
peditions she laid in a store of matches
a disastrous investment, since not a
match would strike. Wild was her fury,
which was kept alight and aglow by her
recurring daily trouble to get her fire
alight and aglow without a match. Her
wrath, thus kept at boiling point for
three months, gave the storekeeper a
hot quarter of an hour, when she burst at
last into his store and thundered down
the parcel of matchboxes upon the
counter. Having waited with defer
ential patience until the storm had spent
itself, he said suavely, "Allow me,
Taking a matchbox from the parcel
and a match from the box, he struck it,
after the manner of men, upon his trous
ers. "See, madam?" he exclaimed in
smug triumph, holding up the kindled
match. "The divil fly away wid ye!"
shrieked Mrs. Laverty. "Do ye think
that ivery time I've a fire to light I'll
thravel thirty miles to sthrike a match
on the sate of yere breeches?" Richard
A. King in Belgravia.
A Gallant Irish Hoy.
The biographer of General Crawford
tells the following story: During Wel
lington's campaign in the Peninsula, the
Light division was defeated by the
French under Marshal Ney, and forced
to retreat across a river. A young sol
dier from the north of Ireland, named
Stewart, was nicknamed "The Boy," as
he was only nineteen years of age and
of gigantic stature.
He had fought bravely, and was one
of the last i.neu who came down to the
bridge, over which the division was re
treating. He refused to pass over, but
gazing at the French with a grim look,
said in a loud voice: ,
"So this is the end of our boasting!
This is our first battle, and we retreat!
The Boy Stewart will not live to hear
Striding forward, he fell upon the ad
vancing Frenchmen with his bayonet,
and died fighting.
"Gallant, but rash!" the reader says.
Yes, hxit so were the unyielding warriors
There is no doubt that certain flies are
best adapted to different seasons, times
of day and conditions of weather, but a
dozen flies of different names will fully
answer all of these requirements. An
angler's flies resemble nothing when cast
upon the water. They are simply a
something which attracts the trout.
Color has more allurement than form,
a nd as there are not so many colors there
is no use for many flies. The general
rule is for light flies on dark days and
dark or darkish flies on light days. Sizes
are more to be considered than form
and mixture in makeup. A large trout
wants something worth his making an
I effort to secure. It . is doubtless true
that an arbitrary cast of flies cannot be
made up which will be adapted to all
waters. Forest and Stream.
Looked Like Her Doll.
A little miss at the South End haa a
favorite doll, which ia of Celestial out
line and bears the name of Chum Chum.
Until within a short time she had never
seen a Chinaman, but the other day,
while walking with her mother, one
chanced into view. The young woman
immediately recognized the similarity
between the life and the facsimile at
"Oh, mamma," said she, "there's
Chum Chum." But almost instantly the
difference in size appealed to her and
she corrected herself:
"No, no; Chum Chum's dad." Bos
How Interest Accumulates.
If one cent had been loaned out at 5
per cent, interest per annum with tlie
beginning of the "year of one," that
cent and the interest on the first day of
January, 181)2, would have amounted to
the enormous sum of -JM-l.lS-V
T4T,5tW,12G,25s,JKw,o.'.j.20: in other
words and characters, 58 thousand 4o4
quadrillions thousand 339 trillions
747 thousand 56S billions 420 thousand
28 millions U6o thou.sand 55-j dollars
and 20 cents. Cor. St. Louis Republic.
The HfMt Part of the Music.
"Shall I play the rest?" she asked, as
she paused in her jerforuiauce at the
"Yes," lie answered; "by all int-ans.
I enjoy the rests very much. I hope you
won't think of skipping any." Wash
VULGARITY IN DESIGN.
Jawelry, Furnltur and Brlc-t. lira Tba4
Shock th VKntl.ete.
There is nothing in modern life more
discouraging to the jierson of taste than
the deliberate vulgarity in design which
it so conspicuous in modern umtiufac
tures, and thi is especially true in those
matters of adornment or luxury where
it would be supped that if anywhere
would be found the evidences of refine
ment and cultivation. If in the articles
with which the dwellings and the per
sons of the rich are adorned one dooe
not find evidences of good taste it is in
deed a discouraging outlook for the
seeker, and yet it is in precisely in these
things that the most flagrant violations
of all a'sthetic canons are encouraged.
One has but to consider the tricks of
the makers of jewelry to understand the
extent to which this evil has gone. The
last whim of the makers of slang is to
be seen in tho windows of the jeweler
wrought out in precious stoims. Now
tho art of the cunning goldsmith is do
voted to the making of pigs in gold and
gems, now it is some other beast equally
inartistic, again it is some idiotic pun,
which is er.sJuined in cosily stones or
rich enamel, and yet again tho panv
phernalia of the turf, tho gaming table,
or what not, absorbs the lest skill
which the modern world can show in
this line. Even worse are the coarse
and vulgar designs which are to lo seen
in the cases of respectable jewelers of
the feminine leg or foot, the suggestive
and semi-indecent ornaments which aj-
peal to the taste of certain classes, not
only of men, but of women, who are u
pareutly perfectly proier members of
The designs of furniture and bric-a-brac
are, if anything, worse. It is true
that there are good designs to be found,
but it is no less true that the reign of
cheap vulgarity is at its triumphant
height. The hard and unsympathetic
execution of mechanical means which
would be tolerable only when directed
by the most delicate and sympathetic
taste is made tle more detestable by the
coarse and forced manner in which it is
used. When the designer goes to the
past to purloin a design, if he wishes to
hit the jopular taste he selects some ro
coco motive of the worst period, and as
a rule it is popular in direct proportion
to its worthlessnoss.
When one compares the ornaments of
today with those of the times of our
grandfathers he may well ask whether
our grandchildren will have as much
reason to resject their heirlooms as we
have to look with pride upon ours. If
one takes the so called souvenir sjoons
with which the shop windows have been
filled, how many of them are even toler
able in design?
It is always easier to find fault than
to find out a remedy, and it is undoubt
edly true that in the present case the
matter is largely the result of the in
crease of material prosperity among
those classes where neither taste nor in
telligence has had time to be developed.
The markets are controlled to a great
extent by the new rich, and it is not un
natural that the impress of their vulgar
ity should be left in a broad mam upon
the arts of the time. It is no less true
abroad, however, than it is in this coun
try that the designers have apparently
degenerated, and the explanation given
does not so well apply abroad as in this
No doubt the taste of the world is
being educated, but the problem today
is to educate the taste of the many in
stead of the taste of the few, and it is
far more difficult than any which has
ever been presented to the devotees of
the aesthetic in the history of civilization
before. Boston Courier.
A Snap Shot at AIhuiti-rqiir.
We were driven through the streets
(if they may be called such) of Albu
querque. Past the wretched mud hovels
of the stooped and wrinkled Mexicans,
who opened their weak eyes in indolent
curiosity which scarcely tempted them
to turn their heads for a further view.
They seemed to have nothing to do but
sun themselves in the doorwaj-s and on
long board benches by the side of their
mud walls. The only ones we saw en
gaged in any occupation were those who
sat combing out their long, black hair,
and these were the women kind. If
there is a sjot on the face of the earth
without a hint of home or cheer, it is
this mudbuilt town of winds and sands
and flat topped roofs of Mexicans, Span
iards, Indians and cowboys. Salt Lake
Study Your Own Case.
I always insist on my patients study
ing medicine to the extent of their
disease at least. Of course all pa
tients cannot do this. But where it can
be done the disease yields much more
readily to treatment. There is nothing
remarkable about this. It is reasonable
that if a sick man knows something as to
the nature of that portion of his anatomy
which by reason of its disorder brings
on disease, he can the more intelligently
assist the doctor in bringing about a
cure. This rule, if observed, will ma
terially assist in a general improvement
of health. Dr. Merriiuan in Chicago
Children's Play in Germany.
It is a common belief at the present
time in south Germany that if children
play soldiers very often jn the street
there is a war coming, and if the- play
"funeral"' an epidemic will come over
the land and inauj- deaths will result.
The relator of this tells that, when a
boy, he with others played "funeral" in
front of the house of an old miser in his
native town in Germany. The miser
became much excited and exclaimed, "1
will not die jet!" and made complaint
to the mayor that the loys should le
arrested and punished. Philadelphia
No Two Women Alike.
Any man who knows much alout
women knows "all women'' never do
the same thing. . Women are uncertain
creatures, and what one has done is no
indication what the next ill do. There
has to le a new rule for each woman.
Cor. Boston Glolje.
j TO SIIII'PKKS.
flutter, KtftfHi Cheese, i I 1 (lame,
Poultry, Neul, Applcn, Potatoes
I Green ami Dried Fruit, Vcietull-n
. t , - , 1 1 i 'i ..ii
CHUT, JU'illlH, WOOl, IllUl'tt, lillMIW
Sheep IVItH, Finn, Skiiif, Tobncco,
Grain, Flour; Hay, I'ccmwiix, Feath
ers, GitiMing, lit it corn, it nil Hoj.
M. li. II A I, I. A K I)
Gen. Ci'in. Merchant a U Hliipper.
217 Market Htnet - Ht. IamiIm. Mo.
WANIKll-Atieiit. ue ac ualiitcd with Farm
era ami Shli-r.
T1JI0TIIY ( LAKK.
o TICK MS CASIlo
rda aad OWe 44 Heath I bli.l Struct.
15 K. KKYXOI.DS,
KeKistered I'lijflrlaii ami riiann;t(-it
Special attention iv,.n j0 oilier
h'OCK HM'FFH - .Nun.
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STAPLE AND FANCY
Patronage of the Public Solicited.
North Sixth Street, Plattsmout 1j
THE OLD RELIABLE.
!!. A. WATEiiMAK k Ml
riliiDgiet), Lath, ShhIi.
Cun supply ?verv oemand of the city.
Call nnd get terms. Fourth street
in rear of opera Iiouhc.
For Atchinson, St. Joseph, leaven
worth, Kansas City. St. Louis,
and all points nr-tli, eat
south or west. Tick
ets sold and bag--jjjage
INFORMATION AS TO KATKS
Call at Depot or address
II, C. TOWXSEXI).
G. P. A. St. Louis, Mo.
J. C. PHIIXIPi'l.
A. G. P. A. Omaha.
H. J). Apgak. Ajjt., PlattBinouth.
Knfrlish Spavin Liniment removes
all hard soft or calloused lump
and blemishes from horses, blood
spavins . curbs splints, sweenejv
rinjf 'join, stillee. sprains all ."swol
len throats, coughs etc.. Save jO
cent bv use of one bottle. Warrant
cd the most wonderful blemish
cure ever known. Sold by F. G.
Fricke & Co druggists Plattsmouth
Shiloh's catarrh remedy a pos
itive cure Catarrh. Diphtheria and
Canker mouth. For sale by F. G
Fricke & Co.
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