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Orricm WORLD'S fAIR
5pt. 15. 1891
1 CDACCO CO.,
Durham, N. C
We have Smoked up
a'l U.c Tobacco at the World's
Fair, and have unanimously
awarded . the Gold Medal
for S:3'J:!ns Tobacco to
ConsroTi 1-it'u.fj you on your success,
wc iciniin' Yours truly.
Blackwell's Bull Durham
Has been the recognized standard of Smokinj; Tobacco
for over 25 years. Uniformly good and r.nifcrrrJy
f5r;t- nrlirht- sweet and fracant wc invite the
most fastidious to test its peculiar excellence.
Blackwell's Durham Tobacco Co., Durham, N. G
For Atchiiison, St. Joseph, Leaven
worth, Kansas Citv, St. Iouis,
and all points ik rth, cast
south or west. Tick
ets sold and bag
INFORMATION AS TO KATES
Call at Depot or address
II, C. TOWNSENI),
G. P. A. St. Louis, Mo.
J. C. I'iiillippi.
A. G. P. A. Omaha.
H. D. Apgar. Afxu Plattsmouth.
F. II. KLLKNBAUM, Prop.
Healthful, Agreeable, Cleansing.
Chapped Sands, Wounds, Burns, Etc
Jiemovea and Prevents Dandruff.
VI1ITE BOSSIAII SOAP.
Specially Adapted for Use in Hard Water.
BO LIKC WATER OR MILK.
Labeled 1-2 lb Tins Only.
Pu(r la Crowding the Toea. ,
It is well known that tho connection
between the nerve in the foet, and es;xv
cially those in tho great toe, and the
brain and general nervoua organization
is strong. Dr. Brown-Sequard mentions
a patient who, whenever ho bore th
weiirht of his body on the too t hi
right foot, becameiyiolentl v insaney rja:
si o speaks 01 anoiuer caeo wnenriuv.-r,
sure on the toe caused severe pervows
paroxysms. . i ' ,
These cases simply show he Import
tance of a proper care of the feet, a por
tion of the body that many people neg
lect. They think that they can crowd
their feet into tight shoes and abuse
them without serious results. They
can't do it, however. This crowding of
five toes into a space not large enough
for three, results in pressing the joints
out of shape and sometimes making
them inactive and powerless. No man
with his toes half paralyzed can walk
properly. The control of the toes is
necessary for a springy step. Broad
soles and low heels give room for an tne
toes and allow perfect freedom of action
to every muscle. People who have
false standards of beauty for tho feet,
however, insist on wearing a shoo that
is not natural in shape, and tho result is
errant, difwomfort. and in some cases
As a nonseanence of these abuses we
are forgetting how to walk properly,
Perhaps you don't believe it, but just
watch the parade on Broadway somo
fine afternoon and see how few men and
women walk on the street as if they
were not conscious of tight shoes and
deformed feet. Interview in New York
The Aft of Coal Burning.
I have heard that when King Hudson,
in the zenith of hia fame, was asked as
to what his railways were to do when
all the coal was burned out, ho replied,
that by that time we should have learned
how to burn water. Those who are asked
the same question now will often reply
that they will use electricity, and doubt
less think that they have thus apposed
of the Question. The fallacy of such
answers is obvious.
A so called "water gas" may no doubt
t nsed for developing heat, but it is
not the water which supplies the energy,
Trains may be run by electricity, but
all that the electricity does is to convey
the energy from tho point where it is
generated to the train which is in mo
tion. Electricity is itself no more a
source of power than is tho rope with
nrhirh a horse draers a boat along the
The fact is that a very large part of
the boasted advance of civilization is
merely the acquisition of an increased
capability of squandering. For what
- j 1 4. .1 .. , . -
are we aoing every uay ucvismj,
fresh appliances to exhaust with ever
greater rapidity the hoard or coai
Robert Ball in Fortnightly Review.
&IIILS AT MEN'S WORK
YOUNG WOMEN IN PITTSBURG MARt
IRON DOLTS AND NUTS.
by IVk'i lavWbU Tabalar Bar Caca.
6a.-, rW ui wh.re.l lr.rn.dw. tail. Sold by P. Hlaaax.oaly, CDCC
53 Uroadway, Bew Vara. Wrila iuc took ot motel HU
The best of fresh meat always found
in this market. Also tresli
KgK and Butter.
Wil1 mine of all kinds kept in their
a a SIXTH STREET
Clean and baaatiflaa tea
DTevar Tails to la
Hair to ita TonVaXml; Ooior.
Curaa aaalp Ji I Hair hilla
jry, 1 1 Qua Dwriaw
'c Parker's Ginger Tonio. ii mnjifi
lk J-anif. Debility. IndigaaUon, Fau.Taka iaUBM.Weta.
-i!?JOERCORHS. Tha cm aaniajbr Graa.
.iupt aii ixuo. JM, at DiuggmM. or cmnAJia. m voa. m. a.
Busv persons, forced to defend then
selves from interminable talkers, who
have little to say, can appreciate a hint
nrliih Flenrv IV of France once re
sorted. A parliamentary deputy called
upon him and made a long speecn.
The king listened patiently ror a nine,
then he decided that his visitor
do well to condense his remarks, on
took him by the hand and led him V
where they could see the gallery of the
"What do you think of that building?
When it is finished it will bo a good
thing, will it notr
"Yes," replied the man of many
words, not guesting what was coming
"Well, monsieur, that is just the way
with your discourse," was the king's
mild observation. Youth's Companion.
Work That Seerua II am lor t"""""'
JIiM). but Which I Liked ly the
fcirla. Who Are Very Sklllfiil-Thty Are
NfRt "id 'lnteUlsi-ut-V-.Thef. I'y. ' ,
There aro probably a thousand womeil
in Pittsburg who work jn iron wins
uiakin bolts, nuts, hinges and barbed
wire. It seems alyywt incredible that
girls should be eniployed in an occupa
tion which is associated only with brawn
and muscle, but such is the case. At
the first sight of tho bolt works one can
not believe that anything bright or in
teresting could- live inside. At the call
of tho 0:1)0 a. m. whistle girls are seen
coming from all directions toward the
factory. They are generally dressed
tidy and well, and. with their lunch bas
kets on their arms are not unliKe any
working girl one may see.
The first thing they do after entering
the bulding is to change their street
dress for one to work 111, tie up their
hair, roll up their sleeves, and. putting
on a'eoffeosack apron, are ready to be-
tho day's labor. At 7 o'clock the
last whistle blows, tho wheels groan and
screech as if they were weary to resume
another day's work, but in a little while
they begin to move with more rapidity
and the noise amounts to something ter
rific. A sulphur smoke arises, and as it
embraces everything in a dim color, it
needs but the dull red burning of the
oil, tho horrible noises and the occa
sional sound of a human voice halloing
1 command to stamp the scene on one's
memory as a sumy irom sneoi.
Tho bolts and nuts, as they are called,
are fashioned by the brawny men on the
first floor. In a crude state they are
sent to other departments, when the fin
ishing touches are applied by feminine
fingers, ofttimcs very delicate ones.
The bolts are dumped into different
bins, according to size and length, and
each girl has one social kind to work
on. The first work on tho bolt is to
"point" it that is, to make a round
end so that it will enter the machine
which cuts the thread on it. The point
ing machine has an immovable socket
at one side and steam revolving knives
The operator, who is known as a
"pointer," places the head of the bolt
in the socket, presses her foot on a
pedal, and the sharp steel knives are
forced against the iron. Little bits of
the i ron fly, and in an instant she re
movoi her foot and the pointed bolt
falls down a slide into an iron deposit
box on tho floor.
While the one hand and foot has been
accomplishing this, the other foot sup
ports tho girl, goose style, and the other
hand has got a bolt ready to be placed
into the socket the moment it is empty
Thus for days, weeks and years the
"pointer" handles one bolt after an-
An dd rellew't) Odd Salt.
John Geiger, a member of Court Val
Forire. No. 160. Independent Order
of Odd Fellows, has three mended places
in th bone of one of his legs, and, inci
dentally, the second degree In that se
cret organization. Mr. Oeiger's leg was
r.rolr in. takinK the second step, and,
he now asks of the Cook county court of
chancery that ,he be paid $25,000. dam
aaes. or at the rate of $83 and the odd
wn far achv fracture.
ahouf three months ago that
Mr. Geiger went into the lodge, with
great expectations of hearing something
drop, lie had nerveu nimseix oi
vthinir except a hospital ambu
lance, determined to take the second de
fall throuirh the skylight.
According to his allegations in the
i.ni Offitws James Donohue, John
Ttiordan. John Nolan and others com
pelled him, in spite of his protests, to
n rrn rr in a mock war. in which blood
threatened to flow in lurid streams at
any moment. He was compelled to toy
with bright, tharp swords, and as a last
measurement of his courage he was
called upon to jump into a boiling,
seethina: lake of fire.
It was real fire, of course that is, not
English fire. It had been built in the
Greek language, as it were, and Geiger
shut both eves and jumped.
The dull thud occurred 1 seconds
later. Geiger went home with a second
degree in the patrol wagon, lie suf
fered from the attacks of a surgeon
nnd snlints for several weeks, while
the lodj;e paid the bills. At the end
of that time he compromised on $200
damages in installments of ten dollars
each. After the second installment the
lodge suspended payment. Now Geigei
minium in lie iniured for -life, and in
Every Month .
nenr worn a uffer from KacMaiv or
Maaatraation: thr don't know
who teconflda la to ft proper advlca.
Poa't conBda In Bay body but try
tpaclflo lor PAINf 0L, PROFUSE.
SCANTY. SUPPRESSED and IRREGULAR
Book to "WOMAN" mailed frea.
BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlaata, 6a.
kjr all UracaUia.
attorney at-I.aw. Will ?tva prompt atttMitloi '
o au imiiip ralruKtfU to mai. umoe in
Jalon block, Kitat Hide, i'lutumoutli. Neb.
asking for $25,000 damages will make
over all right and title to a second de
cree on payment of the cash. Chicago
What a Wannlgan Is.
A wannigan is a flat bottomed boat,
on which a house is built, according to
the financial ability of the owner, and
many of those on the west were well
built and very comfortable and costly
furnished. Some stand high above the
river at its ordinary stage, and in cases
of hih water are supposed to float.
Others were built below the bank near
the water's edge and raised several feet
bv means of blocks and posts. With the
water very near the floors no danger
was apprehended by the occupants, but
tho f-nrrent brouirht down logs and
Recently the frail underpinnings on
one side of some half dozen wannigans
were knocked out, and they ignomin-
iously toppled over in the water, piling
furniture, crockery and occupants in
confusion. Then the water came in and
added to the work of destruction. The
wannisans might have floated on an
even keel, but they were never built to
be launched with only half the ways
knocked out. St. Paul Pioneer Press.
Constantly keeps on hand everytlun
you need to furnish your house.
CORNER SIXTH AMU MAIN HTKKKT
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3ur pi u lo.wx
rnthevry bent facllltlen for tlie prou
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Stock, bond, pnlrt. government and local
;urlUen bought anil nold. UfpoHlM recnl
inl interest allowed on tlie cer 'if
Draft drawn, available In any part
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eor;e K. Dovey
fonn Fitzgerald. 3. WauKh.
Precldent ; He'
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YOUTH, EXHAtSTEU VITALITY, PRK
MATIIRK DECLINE, and aU DISBSBS
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eilt; 1 inrainaDia preacnpuwia. vjuj
by mail, ooubia aealed. Deacnpttr Proapect.
na wttn noomnii rnrri btilFJ
of the Preaa and Toluntarr KI- H I Ijnw
testimonials or cure, a ' "r"'
ConaulUtion In person or Dy mau. txpni; rSTT
TAIN CURE. Aaareaa it. v. y. r c. vn
Tb Paabody Madiaal InaUtute, No. tBulfinch SU.
Boaton,Maaa. v , .
The 1 eabody Meaicai imuiuw
tatora, but no aqual. Herald.
Tha Sciaoea of Life, or Self-PreaervaUon, la a
treaanre mora Taloable than frold. Head tt now,
every WEAK and NERVOUS man, and learn. la
be aXRUAu t juraww aii. . -
The late Mr. Conington, professor
of Latin in the University of Oxford,
was noted for his prodigious memory.
At a very early age it began to 6how it-
lf. When he was a child of four or
thereabouts he was sleeping one night in
the same room with a relative, when, at
the dead of night, his voice was to be
hoard -rvinir out in the darkness from
his little cot in the corner:
"Uncle! Uncle t I know the Begats.
Tjncie The what? Go to sleep, my
bov. vou are dreaming.
Child I know the Begats. Listen!
And he began: "Abraham begat Isaac
and Isaac begat Jacob and Jacob begat
Judah," and bo on to the end., some
rrv-r.wo fenerations, without a mis
take. London Tit-Bits.
Al "tl -
Good all the time. It removes
the languor of morning, sus
tains the energies of noon, lulls ,
the weariness of night.
delicious, sparkling:, appetizing.
Don't be deceived if a dealer, for the sake (
nf lai-crrr nro fit. tells vou some other kind
is "iust as eood 'tis false. No imitation
is as good as the genuine Hikbs
V ii'i.i csTacts of Errors
- im,m a
AGENTS to sell our choice nursery
Manv fine specialties to offer;
write quick und secure clioice ot territory.
Kochester, X. Y
Too Pre v Ions.
'And you won't marry me, Kit?"
No use talking: about it any more?"
"Not a bit. It won't do any good,
The Oklahoma youth, hurt and angry,
iYn-hed under his chair for his hat.
"It's my own fault, I s'pose," he
rimMfd. "I ort to have waited till
wM rrot a little better acquainted."
"Yea. that's about the size of it,
Hank." assented the young woman cold-
iv "When it comes to courtin you re
TnnTi r.f n. sooner to suit me. Good
evenin." Chicago Tribune.
Tt. a ViTom-Vi of iiromise case, the other
day, the lady on the stand said that
when a friend suggested that she would
make him a good wife, He answerea
"TTPinr "Did he really say 'Hem?' " in
quires the counsel for the defense. "lie
MA " she averred, "or something of that
kind." This reminds one of the accu
rate witness who swore that somo one
had called over the banisters, "Tom,
TVvm or words to that effect. San
The Thumb an Index to Character.
TV.a iriv in which the thumb is held
A A-A-' '
t tmo s.rrn of character. The mai:
who turns it in under his fingers U al
ways weak. That is the position m
which it is always held by a child. The
iv,ni of irrp.at men are lare ant!
out conspicuously from their ftl
i,vro members. Interview in St. LouL-
other for a living, being paid by the
thousand. Expert workers have pointed
10.000 bolts in a day.
When the bolts are pointed they are
taieu to the cutting quarters, 'lhese
ni ichines are large, with deep sinks
fi' led with a thick black oil. The bolts
a e placed in slides and pushed by the
v orker up into sharp steel dies. In an
iustant the thread is cut on them. The
work is rather dangerous, and care
must be exercised to keep the operator's
f agers from going into the open dies and
1 aving their ends cut off instead of the
iron. The oil in which the girl is com
pelled to work in order to keep the blts
from getting hot and thei-eb3' breaking
has a very offensive odor and gradually
smears the worker from the root of her
frizzly bang down to her runover heels.
Girls of any age, from sixteen to nfty,
work in this department. Their pay by
the thousand averages from hf ty cents
to one dollar a day.
Little sills from six years up to twelve
put the nuts on the bolts and pack them.
The "nutting on" is also accomplished
by machine poi-er. The worker puts a
nut on a plate; then, after catching the
head of a bolt in the jaws above, she
presses her foot on the pedal, when,
presto! the work is done. At long tables,
built of substantial wood, are rows tt
young, girls, interspersed with a scatter-
in"1 of women wnom me cast rortn m
their old age. They pile the bolts, row
after row, alternate heads, then wrap
them in strong paper.
The girls always come to the factory
clad neatly and well. Dressing rooms
are provided for them, and soap and
towels. At noon the girls are given
three-quarters of an hour. They lay
aside their aprons, wash their hands and
devour their wee lunches with energy
worthy of a better cause. Formerly the
girls would hurry their dinners and de
vote the rest of their time to dancing.
The orchestra was not the largest, nor
did it rival the Mexican band in melody,
but it answered the purpose of furnish
ing time for the shabby shoed girls. It
consisted of one girl and a mouth organ.
The men were not permitted to come
into the girl's side of the shop, but they
would stand at a respectful distance, as
though longing to join the merry dan
cers. It seems rather strange, but the
girls never mingle with the men in the
same factory. They are good and hon
est, and generally intelligent.
The girls were very happy, and every
thing moved as smoothly as steel on ice,
until a forewoman was introduced to
take the place of a foreman. Imme
diately 6he put a stop to all singing
during the day and all dancing at noon.
There was a decided stir among the
girls at these new rules, but they were
forced to submit. Since then they spend
the noon hour reading and doing fancy
work. Most of the girls are experts
with the needle and those who read
would surprise a scholar with their quo
tations. There are more handsome girls
in this factory than could be found
among the same number at a reception.
They are beautifully formed, and the
influence of the oil keeps the hands
white and prevents them hardening
from contact with the iron. New York
Death of Two Valuable Dogs.
Two creat St. Bernard dogs, Lord
Bute and Lord Lonsdale, the first 8aUx
to be the largest in the world, have jus.
died at the Menthon kennels at Phoenix
ville. Pa., of congestion of the lungs
Lord Bute was imported by his owner,
Mr. Knowles Croskey, last year from
England at a cost of $4,000 and was
valued at $5,000. He weighed 262 pounds
and stood thirty-four inches high. He
was a great favorite, and it was a com
mon sight to see the gigantic dog with a
keg hanging to his neck going about
the town collecting contributions for
churches and other charitable objects.
Lord Lonsdale was likewise very large
and was bred fram the same kennel as
Lord Bute. He was valued at $3,000.
Cor. New York Sun.
Docks Killed, by the Falls.
"Large numbers of ducks are being
caught in the rapids and carried over
Niagara falls. They are either killed oj
so shocked that hunters in boats below
the falls easily secure them." Com.
menting on this, Mr. John B. Sage writes?
"I have heard nothing of it, but you maj
be sure that it's a mistake. I don't be
lieve a duck was ever carried over the
falls, unless he was wounded so that he
couldn't fly. It is, however, a common
occurrence for ducks and other birds to
fly up the river from Lake Ontario ot
foggy nights and fly right into the falls,
and thus be killed or injured so that
they are picked up in the river, and thia
is probably how the story originated.'
Forest and Stream.
Killing Off Squirrels.
The following novel plan of ridding
farms of squirrels is being tried in por
tions, of Asotin county, Wash. Several
furrows are plowed in the field nearest
where the squirrels are thickest, and at
a distance of about every thirty or forty
feet holes to a depth of about twenty in
ches are sunk with a posthole digger.
The squirrels, it is asserted, will take
possession of the furrows as a play
ground, and while running after one an
other will tumble into these holes, from
which they cannot emerge, but die.
Several farmers who have tried it say it
works admirably. Asotin (Wash.) Sen
tinel. The Sew Parla Bridge.
The new bridge in Paris, called the
Pont Mirabeau," is to be constructed
somewhat on the cantalever principle,
since it will rest upon two piers and
meet in the center. Its stability, how
ever, will depend upon an adjustment
of weight like that of a huge crane. The
long arm meeting in the center will be
of light construction, and to compensate
for its weight the short arm received by
the abutment will be specially heavy.
New York Times.
J. W. JOHNr
-ooOT H EOoo-
Citizens - 13qi
Capital Paid in
F It Cutlitiian. J V JolitiHon. K H r
Henry Kikenbfirv, M Morgan, J
A 1. IU kl,.t t ....... IV
A general banxinfr btiHincBH tr
acted, interest aiiowtuon
I If. DLTJVN
Alwavs has on band a full 8to
FLO UK AND FEED,
Corn, Bran, Shorta Oata and li
Hav for Hale as low as the lo
and delivered to any part of
CORNEK SIXTH AND VINE
PLACES OF WOKSIIIP
CATHOLic.-St. I'aul's Church, ak. t
Fifth and Kixlh. Father auiey, 1
Services : Miss at R rnd 10 :30 A. M. t
School at 2 UiO. with bei.edictioi..
Ohbistian. Corner I-jciiM. and Kigl
Services tnornitiK and rveiitHK. ,
Galloway pastor. Sunday ben ool ioa
EPi8'JOPAU-St. Luke's Church. coriifJ
and Vine. Kev. H B. Bu.re. .Partol
viM 11 A. M. ai a 7 aor. ouuu,
At 2:30 P. M.
Gkkmak Mrthomht.-turner Sixth
Granite, llev. Hlrt. Pantor. Services :
and 7:30 i'. M. Sunday School 10 :J0
The Lawyer Won.
The ownership of a dog was contested
by a lawyer and a farmer in Moberly,
Mo. The dog was worth about ten cents,
but the costs of the suit amounted to
over $100. These the farmer had to pay,
as the law gave the dog to the other
claimant. The farmer was mad, but
the dog didn't seem at all displeased as
he went off with the lawyer. Yankee
Pbkbhytkbi an. Services in new ehiiiJ
ner Sixth ana tiratme w. o .
pastor. Sunday-school at 9 ;3P; r
a. a a- .a, si U W til
Sabbath evening at 7 :lr in the baneii
the chucrii. Ail are invneu w ww
m ual ntru
First Mkthodist. Sixth St.. I'ftwd
and Pearl, nev. i.. r. nmi, i. ,
Service-: 11 a.m..8:00 p. m hunda'
8 -JO a. m. Prayer meetn g V ednesdi
i;ikman Pki'Bbvtf.kj an. Corner Md
Ninth. Kev. Wltte. pastor. Service
hours. Sunday r-chool :30 a. m.
SWKKDI1W CONfiKrOATIONAL. Oral
tween Fifth and Sixth.
lAini,n RlfTIHT. Mt. OliVe. Hk.
Tenth and Eleventh. liev. A. Boft
tor. Services 11 a. m. and 7 -M p. m,
meetintt Wednesday eveutnjt.
Vnnun Mfn'B CHKIfTIAK AOC
Kootns in S aternian block. Main str.
eel meetlne. lor men oniy.everv ou
ternoon at 4 o'clock. Kooma open w
from 8:30 a. m..to 8:30 p. la.
SOUTH PAKK Tabfrnacle. Eevl.
Wood, Pastor. Services : Bunds:
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