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Is always uniform in quality. Pure, sweet and dean.
The Ideal of Fine Tobacco.
BLACKWELL'S DURHAM TOBACCO CO.,
DURHAM. N. C.
THE MASON fc HAMLIN
ueir iainous wratis or 1 larios lor three months, giving- the person
kiring them full opportunity to test it thoroughly jM own hoire
hid return it lie does not longer want it. It lit- continues to want it
Mntil the aggregate of rent pain amounts t the price of the instru
ment. It KKCOMKS II M PKDI'KKTT WITAOL'T FL'UTIIKK PAYMENT. Illus
trated catalogue, with net prices tree.
Mason & Hamlin Orgjn and Piano Co
WAIT: FOE - THE e BIG h SHOW
An entire city by itself Ten times larger than ever.
h ! F. J. TAYLOR'S l
DOUBLE - CIRCUS
uge Worlds Museum, Caravan, Hippodrome, Menagrie and Congress
of lid ana .Living' Animals.
WILL EXHIBIT AT
SqtuMqy Afay 14.
jXOTK winn to arramrements made ly the American Showman's Pool League
tlii- "will Ih- iUv only great show to visit Cass county this year.
rjjQ 000 iat we ve tne uest circus performance ever seen in the west
50 STAR PERFORMERS. 5 FUNNY, FAMOUS CLOWNS.
A show to think and talk about. The greatest number of favorites
ever assembled under canvas. A great holiday of rest and recreation
for every one. We guarantee to all a most enjoyable, moral, refined and
JIP, &D SAMPSON-
The mightiest and biggest brutes that breath,
The Goliaths of the Giant tribe. The largest elephant and camel in the
world. JIP, the grand old battle scarred war elephant. SAMPSON, the
tallest skv-towerintr camel the world ever saw.
' The only Fan Eared Elephant in Captivity.
Baby Camel Oniv Ten Month old.
And a menagerie containing all the animcls worth seing under the sun
i & QajvTD IDOUBIxE CIRCUS
Of two exalted circus companies. Grandest of Hippadrome specialties
street oatrneant one mile long, crimsoned with the radiant lustre of the noon
sun retlectins scenes more scraud than king or conquerer ever beheld. Tons upon
BanUs of music tilling the air with melody
IS A - Free - Plight - to -
tons. IjIock alter liock. a soon Niums ... a ...... - - -
represented- N'oble knights and -warriors. Ladies fair on prancing horses. Open
dens'of wild and ferocious animals hungrily purveying the surging crowds. A herd
..fi." i. frnm Asia. Knirland and Kentucky. Comic clowns and mules.
Doors open at 1 and 7 p. m. performance commences one hour later.
Don' let other advertisements mislead you:
we never dissappoint,
Admission to both circus and menagerie only 25 and 35 cents.
Whether on the hills gaming ; In
the place of business ; or at home,
it always fills that niche of com
forta good smoke. Put up in
handy packages, and recognized
everywhere as a Pure Granulated
Leaf-Tobacco of the highest quali
ty ; it recommends itself to every
smoker's use. Sold everywhere.
(JO. now oiler to nnt any one of
sights worth coming many miles to see.
the - Clouds - Each - Day
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The Best 8ai,vb in the world for Cut
Bruise. Bores, Ulcers, Haltltheum. Feve?
Boron, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblain
Corns, and all Bkin Eruptions, and posi
tivelj cures Piles, or no pay required.
It is guaranteed to give satisfaction, 01
money refunded. Price 25 cents per box
For sale by F. O. Fricke
S. II. Clitford, New Castle, Wit
was troubled with neuralgia and
rheumatism, his stomach was die
ordered, his liver was affected to at
alarming degree, appetite fell awaj
and he was terribly remiceu in near.
antl strengtn. inree iomc wi
Klectru- Hitters cured him.
Kdward Shepherd, Ilarrisburc
111., had a running sore on his leg
of eight years' standing. Used
three bottles of Electric Hitters and
neven bottles Ducklen's Arnica
Salve, and his leg is sound and well.
John Speaker, Catawba, O., had five
large lever sores on jus leg, uociors
said lie whs incurable. One bottle
Electric Hitters and one box Duck
len's Arnica Salve cured him entire
ly. Sold by F. G. Fricke & Co.
Voting others 3
We Offer Ton m JZ4y
tchich Jiaaure Safety
lAfu of Moth mnd Child.
" MOTHER'S FBSEPID "
Jtobm Confinement of itm
Pain, Horror and Risk.
Alter udnoii bottU-of .Unlhfr's Friend" I
uiTer.-l l,u llttif i'Uiu.an.1 tiM ui cx;hji lenoe that
w,akn-K bftrrwunj uhiih.1 lu uch cuitM. Lrs.
AN.Hiit Uauil, Lamar, Mo., Jail. IStb, lo91.
Snt ly exprtws, chanros prepaid, on receipt of
prlre, per bottle Book to Mothers mailed true.
tHADVIELO It KG IT Ei ATOIl CO.,
BOLD BY ALL DRtOGISTS.
For men mn
1TOTJNG MENOLD MEN
BET II THE TOILS Or THE SERPEITS Or DISEASE.
Thy otki harolo florta to fr thamsalTM,
nat no Knowing now to laecuaraiiy
3SHAKEOFFTHE HORRID SNAKES
Uiey giT up in dMpair an4 sink Into mo emrlf
crftv. ff Ml am AUiiUK l brc m a&ir
CUR NEW BOOK
ta philotophy of DUeaa-
mm mnA UmirtiollI of ttl
Organs of Man. and how by
by methods exclusively oar
wa, tas worn rsiira 01
iMt or Palllns; Manhood,
Osasral and Hsrroas Do
billty. Wsakasss of Body
aa Hind, EStcts of Errors
or Excsssss, Btonvsa or
ORG AHB PARTS of BOOT asaao plain to ail lntarsstad.
lira mUfr froaa SO StatM. Trirts and Poraira Coantrlia.
You nn write thm. Pot Book, full MplanatWiand proof", aildraja
ERIE MEDICAL CO. BUFFALO, N.Y.
Specially Adapted for Use in Hard Water
DUSKY DIAMOND TAR SOAP.
For Farmers. Miners and Mechanics.
Chapped Hands, Wounds, Burns, Etc
A. Delightful Shampoo.
fir tho Lluuor Habit, Positively Curel
CY ADLliniSfEni;X3 OR. HAINES' GOLDEN SPECIFIC.
It can be given in a cud of co9ee or tea. or in ar
ticles ol ood. without the knowledge of the per
son taking it; it is absolutely harmless and wiii
effect a permanent and speedy cure, whether
thepatiectisa moderate clrinkeror an alcoholic
wreck, it NEVER FAIL8. We GUARANTEE
a rompiete cure in evary instance. 4S page boos
FREE. Address in confidence,
VU)N SPECIFIC CO., 1 85 Sacs SU Cincinnati. 0-
Chamberlain's Eye and Skin
A certain core for Chronic Sere Eyes
Tetter, Salt Bhenm, Scald Head, 01
Chronic Sores, Fever Sores, Eczema,
Itch, Prairie Scratches, Sore Nipples
and Piles. It is cooling and soothing.
Hundreds of cases have been curod by
ft after &U other treatment had failed.
It is put up in 25 and SO cent boses.
SOILING WATER OR MILK.
GRATIS TJX COMFORTING
Xabeled 1-2 lb Tins Only.
F3KB n r3HNESSHXAD!iorsBscURED
rs gwa bI''ck',lllTliUcI'lbulrErCii.h-
Pacxjsf olwn.rtl lirmrdirsfftil. Sold by F. HiMox.onJr. rn r f
853 Bruadny, Kew l'wk. Wriw tut beuk oi preuU TntC
rifYnfJflTn.orcansSJS. Wont ntcts. catTfrue
lUinuu free Address Uan'l F Ueatty.-wash
irnrton X. J.
U&ID RAI 2AlUi
iiir " TsSllS Cine ami bmauOa th kiir.
i Promote m lnmriant frowth.
i'irJiTlS J I Fails to Besstar Gnr
43 i?Ljr HAr Tontkftsl; Color
- Parker's Qinger Tonic, i; cur, ttre woawi Cuu-h,
Vela lxinza. IVbilitv. foil i ration, Faun,Tk ia time. SU cts.
HINOERCORNS. Tba only mrre am Tot Coma.
top mZfM. c m XrujfuU, vr lUSUOi CO., 21. T.
Cruel Nw York. So let j.
Whoever 6uoull write an analysis of
; affairs in New York today and should
loavo oui me Biram i kucihi biuuihuu
would miss tho most serious thing in the
life of the metropolis. We are apt to
think tho hardcht thing a man can do is
to come to New York, establish a f oot
hold and eventually make a fortune, as
so many thousands of country boys have
done. But my observation is that if
you will go to those same men after they
have put the city under their feet, they
will tell you that what they have accom
plished was nothing as compared with
what they have yet to do and that is to
get into society. I do not mean McAl
lister's Four tlundred when I say "soci
ety:" 1 mean polite society of any sort.
I mean the entree into any one of a hun
dred far more desirable circles than Mc
Allister's band of self instituted aristo
crats. The day was when a man had the
entree of any 6uch circle if he was a re
spectable man of any profession or if he
was rich. That is the casein the smaller
cities today. Any doctor, lawyer, judge
or rich man, whose reputation is clean,
can instantly gain admission to the
nicest circles in the Bmall cities. But
he cannot do bo in New York. The only
sure passport to 6uch circles that I know
of in New York today is to be born in
such a circle. The next best thing is to
boast a commission in the army or navy.
Tho city is old and rich and suspicious
of all newcomers. That makes its so
ciety the most rigid and cruel in Amer
ica. Julian Ralph in Providence Jour
nal. Why Canned Salmon Is Cheap.
When one comes to think of it it seems
quite wonderful that one 6hould be able
to buy a pound of salmon in a can from
the P;icific coast for twenty-five cents.
The frozen fish costs forty cents a pound
at least, while the unfrozen artk-le
ranges in eastern markets from one dol
lar np. Besides, the manner in whic h
each can is made to contain a segment
of salmon perfectly fitted into it appears
most surprising, the bones, even to the
larger vertebra?, melting m tho mouth
without requiring so much as a crunch
between the teeth and the red flesh sep
arating in beautiful clean flakes.
Yet salmon would be very much
cheaper than at present were it not that
the great canners of Alaska have formed
a combination to restrict the product.
This is unfortunate for consumers per
haps, bat lucky certainly for the fish,
which would bo wiped out altogether
within five years at the most if the com
panies engaged in their capture had a
market for all they could produce at
profitable rates. The methods employed
are the most destructive conceivable, in
asmuch as the fishermen stretch seines
across the mouths of the rivers and take
the fish which are going np the stream
to spawn. There is a law against this
sort of thing, but it is not enforced
Eventually, doubtless, the supply of this
valuable finny game will run out and
artificial propagation will have to be re
sorted to. Washington Star.
Insomnia and Nervousness.
There can be no doubt that many per
sons suffer from insomnia which had its
origin, or at least its principal strength,
in their own nervous apprehension that
they are oi" are about to be afflicted with
it. Any one of a dozen causes may in
duce wakefulness, and yet the person
lying in bed with the faculties alert at
the moment when they would naturally
be expected to be wrapped in slumber
has nine times out of ten, or ninety-nine
times in a hundred. nothing serious to
apprehend. The stomach may not be in
quite its normal condition and there is
no more potent cause of wakefulness.
Now an hour ten minutes even
seems a long time in the middle of the
night, when a person wishes to be sleep
ing and cannot. If a sensation of dread,
of apprehension, is allowed to enter the
mind, such a period simply becomes in
terminable. The nervous apprehension
increases the difficulty, and feeding
upon itself the derangement may quite
possibly increase till it becomes a dan
gerous malady. Good Housekeeping.
How to Save Money.
Some men plead poverty when they
are well off. Gilhooly is one of these.
His landlord said to him:
"I want you to pay your rent right
"I haven't got any money."
"But you have got to pay it any
how." "Now, yon look here, if you keep on
dunning me for that rent when I've not
got a cent do you know what 111 do? I
don't like to do it, but you'll goad me
"What will you do?".
"Ill buy me a house for cash and put
a stop to this paying by the month."
Silence Unkind Criticism.
"This world could be made better,"
said Mrs. French-Sheldon with emphasis,
"if we would exercise more magna
nimity in our judgment of other people's
motives, and by devoting ourselves to
the accomplishment of some fixed object,
ambitious or otherwise, which will give
scope to latent qualities and develop new
ones, hence tending to break down preju
dice by self enlargement. By silencing
the unkind criticism which maj be pro
voked and even deserved. By recount
ing the good rather than the bad even of
those inimical to us." New York World.
, Slow Torture.
Teacher In China criminals are fre
quently sentenced to be kept awake un
til insanity and death result. Nov.
how do you suppose they keep them
from falling asleep?
Little Girl (eldest of a small family)
I guess they gives 'em a baby to take
care of. Good News.
Glass Made Transparent Onickly.
A method of quickly rendering glass
transparent during the process of manu
facture consists in forcing into the
melted materials a stream of oxygen
gas, the enormous heat generated oxidiz
ing all deleterious materials. New Yot k
Ia ber moire seo hor tdt
Uowo of antique ttheen.
Groat blurred roues over it
Sunk In uiotwy Km'iL
A roue her dainty rornaKO holds,
A roe within her hair.
And a nhe stint her silken fold
A rotto ncent in the air.
O'er her antique, rot blurred kowb
Swher fi libera flit,
Whllo 1 envy, hxtkins down.
Every roj of It,
I would 1 were a sllkrn thread.
That they might weave of me,
Ul-on un antique moire bed,
A fc'ixxlly rose to see.
Wonld I were a roeta. art born,
isunk in a fern green frond.
That, 'inonn the ret, I miht adora
A gown for Koeainond.
Nay, would I were a livinc rose
She'd be more soft and fund
That 1 might kiss her bosom clone.
Then die for Hosamond.
-Lniah Kagsdala in Detroit Free I'resa.
DRAFTY ENGLISH HOUSES.
In England Homes Are Devoid of Mod
ern Comforts or Conveniences.
The average dwelling house in any
class upper, middle or lower built
within a year is constructed almost pre
cisely on the lines in vogue at the begin
ning of the century. In England there
has been in ninety years no such ad
vance in domestic architecture, with re
gard to both convenience and style, as
we have noted in the United States in
the last decade. The Englishman may
explain this by alleging that he built
better in 1800 than we did in 1882. In
this he will not be altogether wrong,
but he will be supported by fewer facts
than he imagines.
The British c.irienter has not yet mas
tered the art of making a window.
There is always a gale blowing in around
the sashes during the winter, whether
the outside air be calm or raging. The
more heat you get in a room and by
lamps and gas you can contrive to raise
the temperature the greater is the rush
of cold air from without. It forces its
way around the window sashes and the
doors in obedience to a natural law.
An English house is drafty, whether
it be the dwelling of a peer or a peasant.
The doors are hung even worse than tho
windows. In the first place there are no
thresholds, and there is a gaping space
between the floor and the bottom of the
door. The room in which I am now
writing has an admirable specimen of an
English door. I have just measured the
yawning crevices around it. Between
the floor and the bottom of the door
there is a space one-half an inch wide,
extending across the entire breadth of
the door. Around the other three 6ides
of the door there is a space one-quarter
of an inch wide. All the doors in the
place (which is not the work of a "jerry
builder," but is what the British call "a
high class" and expensive structure) are
hung in the same fashion. Imagine,
then, the number of portieres and thick
rugs necessary to exclude the drafts.
The halls of an English house are un
heated. Drafts are accordingly increas
ed, for the cold air will alwaj-s rush
from the chilly halls into the apart
ments of high temperature. Screens,
portieres, rugs, heavy window hangings
are essential in every room. Of course
these things darken an apartment. Thus
you can only break the currents of air
in a London dwelling by adding to the
depressing gloom of the almost sunless
An American housekeeper setting up
an establishment hero misses the nu
merous and capacious closets of the
Yankee domicile. Closet making is an
unknown art to the Nineteenth century
British builder. I know of any number
of new and expensive dwellings both
fiats and houses in which there is not a
hanging closet. The most you can do is
to provide a few cupboards in the
"chimney jogs." For clothing you must
have wardrobes set up in your rooms,
monopolizing space and being as cheer
ful to gaze upon as sarcophagi. Odds
and ends you must etow away as best
yon can. Cellars, in the American sense,
are unheard of. A small dungeon for
coals or a penitential cell for wines ful
fills the British housekeeper's notion of
a cellar. "Set tubs" are usually reserved
for the "mansions of the great."
The bathroom is the latest innova
tion in English houses of the better
class, but it is still an innovation. The
clumsy tin tub, a yard and a half in
width and six inches in depth, continues
to be the Briton's favorite instrument
for the matutinal ablution. In this un
wieldy contrivance, brought into his
chamber in the morning, John Bull
takes his frigid splash. His aversion to
bathrooms is akin to his horror of gas
"above the drawing room." J. B. pre
fers to go to bed by candle light. He
has a notion that gas will suffocate him
in his sleep. Perhaps he cannot trust
himself to shut off the illuminant by
turning the "tap." London Cor. Boston
Several Common Phrases.
Some of our idiomatic phrases are
amusing rather than didactic. Take, for
instance, the very common remark made
when some one of the company has told
aharmless secret "You have let the cat
out of the bag." It is at once a figure of
speech and a picture, but a veritable
bugbear to a foreigner not versed in the
mysteries of our language. The same
idea is expressed in another idiom,
"You've tipped up the apple cart." A
phrase that has an expressive meaning
is one which epitomizes whole volumes
of advice "Keep a Etiff upper lip."
Detroit Free Press.
"If I had half a chance I'd marry," re
marked a handsome millionaire bachelor
to a good looking girl.
"But you never will have," she as
serted. "Why not?' he asked, somewhat taken
"Because," and she smiled in a way
that fascinated him, "every chance in
your case is a whole one."
It was the merest chance she took,
but it netted her a million and a man.
Detroit Free Press.
Uutter, KcjjH, ( 1mm . iltl Giunc,
Poultry, Mc.it, Applcn, I'otutoett
Green and Dried l-'ruile, Vegetables
Cider, JtcatiM, Wool, IlidcH, Tallow
Sheep I'eltM, Turn, Skin, Tobacco,
Grain, Flour; Hay, Drcswax, FYath
trn, GinsiiiLr. Kroouicorii, and JIopM.
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J, IS. REYNOLDS,
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STAPLE AND FANCY
Patronage; of the Public Solicited.
NorU Sixth Street, PJattsaaoMtfc
THE OLD RELIABLE.
H. A. W17BBEAN k SOB
PIHF LUMBER !
Shingles, Latli, Sash,
Can supply everw demand of the city.
Call and get terms. Fourth street
in rear of opera house.
For Atchinson, St. Joseph, Leaven
worth, Kansas City. St. Louis,
and all points nr-th, east .r.' .
eouth or west. Tick
eta sold and bag.
INFORMATION AS TO RATES
Call at Depot or address
II, C. TOWXSEND,
G. P. A. St. Louis, Mo.
T. C. Phillippi,
A. G. P. A. Omaha.
II. D. Apgar. Agrt., Plattsmouth.
The Favored Classes.
Teachers, ministers, farmers, me
chanics, merchants, as well as thrir
wives, daughters and sons, who
would like to devote at least a part
of their time and attention to a work
that would bring them in a lot ol
ready monev during the next few
months, would do well to look up
the advertisement of Ii. F. John-on
& Co., Richmond, Va.. in another
column, as it may be the means ol
opening up to many new life and
larger possibilities. These gentle
men have been extensively and suc
cessfully engaged in business for
many years, and they know what
they are talking about when they
tell you they can show you how to
vour financial condition.
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