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A3 fond mother, w lien the day 1? or,
JjetL.au by the hand hor little chlM to bed.
Half wlliln. b ill reluctant to be led.
And learca his broken playthings on the floor
Etill razing at them through the open door,
Nor wholly reassured and comfuited
By promises of others In thoir stead,
-Which, though more p endid, may not plcaso
80 Nature deaU with us and takes away
Our p' ay things one by one, and by the hand
Loads us to rest so gently thnt we go.
Scarce knowing U we wish to go or stay.
Being too full of sleep to understand
Bow far tlio uuknowu transcend the what we
' Th Fhonograph is tho nam gircn to a
newspaper in era Cruz.
Sherman Evarts, son of Secretary Evnrts,
has leen appointed editor of the Yale
Counsel to witness "lou area nice
sort of a fellow, you are!'' Witness "I'd
say the same of you, sir, only I'm on my
Counsel to witness "lou area nice
sort of a fellow, you arc!" "Witness "I'd
say the same of you, sir, only I'm on my
A patent lias been issued in France for
any process of extracting indigo blue
from vegetable matters, whether in a man
ufactured or unmanufactured state.
Dr. Ilalley says that the total evapora
tion causi.il by tl ic rav of the sun on the
surface of the Mediteranean sea amounts
to 52,y()f,000,000 tous of water in one sum
The Peruvian miners chew cocoa leaves,
which have a mild, sedative influence, and
are thought to increase strength. They
assist endurauce through long iicrioila of
"When President Lincoln was taken
down with small-pox he wrote to Colfax
that lie might let the army of office-seekers
approach, as he had now something
that he could give them.
31 rs. Partington again. "Poor man!"
faid the old lady; "and so he's really gone
at laat! Ninety-eight, was lie? Dear,
dear! to think how if he had lived two
years more he would have been a centu
rion." The iridescent glass, which is Incoming
Tery popular, is prepared by exposing it
while very hot to the fumes of stannic
chloride. When the colors are very deep
the nitrate of barium or of strontium had
An Irish Wicklow Quaker was recently
replied to by a lady listener. The Quaker
was exclaiming against agitation. The
lady responded: "What good in the world
was ever done without agitation? We
cannot even make butter without it."
"Secon-1 class in grammar, stand up,"
said the schoolmaster. John is who
does John correspond with?" "I know,"
said the little loy at the fxt, holding up
his hand. "If you mean John Smithers,
he corresvonda with my sister Susan."
A friar, when preaching in a nunnery,
observed to his female auditors, "Be not
too proud that our bleed Ioid paid your
Bex the distinguished honor of apt waring
first to a female afur the resurrection ; for
it was done that the glad tidings might
f pr ail the sooner.
".Mamma,"' saitt a wicked youngster,
"am I a canoe?"' "No, child; why do you
askf" "Oh! because you always say you
like to see people paddle their own canoe;
and I didn't know but I wasyours." The
boy went out of the door with more ref
erence to speed than grace.
They begged him to play a little. He
seemed to feel bashful at first, but after a
while began to paw the ivory vigorously.
"What ower!"' said a listener to the
owner of the piano. "Yes," exclaimed
the latter in alarm, "he seems to have con
siderable muscle; but he ought to know
that this isn't a gymnasium."
A gentleman was one day relating to a
Quaker a tale of deep distress, and con
cluded very pathetically by saying, "I
could not but feel for him." "Verily,
friend," replied the Quaker, "thou didst
right in that thou didst feci for thy neigh
bor; but didst thou feel in the right place
didst thou feel in thy pocket"
The valley of -the Euphrates is destined
to become one of the greatest commercial
and important jwilitical centers of the
world. I have myself seen whole cara
vans traveling through this region bear
ing nothing but American ietrokum.
American petroleum now lights up the
dark place of Nineveh, of Jerusalem, and
alt the cities of the East. Lecture By Dr
N etc man.
A man liad purchased a watch-dog
whc.s name was Ciesar. "Why do you
call him CVsar?" asked the man. "Be
cause," the seller responded,' "he is of a
roamin' nature." "Well, but I wanted a
faithful watch-dog," protested the buyer.
"You've got him you've got him," glee
fully assured the seller, "he's a watch
that'll always run."
Crude oil is obtained in ten different
pnniuccs in Japan, and its existence has
lieen known, according to Japanese writ
ers, since A. I. but the art of purify
ing it was not known till some six years
ago; since which time relining establish
ments have ln?en erected in five different
places, with a total capacity of turning
out 4,000 gallons per day.
The scat of a juryman absent from the
court was taken possession of by a dog.
The juile, addressing c of the counsel,
said : " You see, Mr. bailing, the jurymen's
scats are all occupied. Are you re:wly to
proceed?" The lawyer raised his glasses
to his eyes, and al'tc r a brief survey of the
jurv lo., made the witty reply: "Your
Honor, that fellow might do for a judge,
but I should hat-j t trust him for a jury
man." The judge joined heartily in the
laugh that followed.
Pat having been sent by his master to
the postolhce alter the letters, was asked,
on his return: "Well, Pat, what was there
lor me ?" "Two letters and a paper, sir,"
replied Pat. "Well," said the master,
Hiand them to me; what are you stand
ing there fori" "Iudade, sir," said Pat,
"you didn't tell me to bring them at all,
at all!" -'What," queried the master,
,-m mi tct the office fori" "You told
um J y -
me to go to the office," responded Pat,
"and see what was in the box, and haven't
I done it, sure?"
Preserved eas are, far more commonly
than people think, colored with salts of
copper, to counterfeit the fresh natural
tint. If they are put up without being
artificially colored they have a yellowish
hue, and this suggests an easy test of their
purity by simple insjection. Pasteur has
found that out of fourteen cases of peas
which he analyzed, ten had been treated
with copper, to such an amount in sdme
instances that this poisonous adulterant
was equal to one ten-thousandth of the en
tire mass, minus the water.
Of the senators in the legislature of
Massachuetts ouly two were born out ot
New England; and of two hundred and
forty members of the lower house, only
live are of foreign birth. Nearly every
one of these two hundred legislators are
know n, of course, as republicans or demo
crats, but eleven members are so utterly,
riven over to the insanity of greenback
inflation that they refuse to be called by
either party name, having been elected
distinctively as greenbackers N ow these
tKK-uliar men are all natives of New L.ng
1 md, born and brought up for the most
, art in the towns which they now repre
sent, educated in tho town schools, gen
iuae i'loduiU cf New Englaa
"Do yon believe in erhosts. Mrs. Part
ington if" was asked of the old lady, some'
wnat uurmiy, uv oe sure I do," replied
Bhe. "As much as I believe that bright
nummary there will rise in the yeast to
morrow, 11 we live anu nothing Happens,
Two apprehensions have aartintlv appear
ed in our family. Why, I 6aw my dear
l-aui, a iortnigtit belore he died, with my
own eyes, jest as plain as I see yon now;
ana ic turneu out arterwarus to be a rose
bush with a night-cap on it. I shall al
ways think, to the day of my desolation,
v . a e '
mat ic was a iorecomer sent to me.
T'other one came in the night, when we
were asleep, and carried away three can
dies and a pint of spirits that we kept in
tne nouse. lor an embarkation. Believe
in ghosts, indeed ! I guess I do. And he
must be a dreadful styptic as doesn t.
Death Kate in Various Occupations.
Nolxjdy doubts that the occupation of
an individual has much to do with hi
general health, and with his chances of
ueatn. statistics prove that the death
rate is lowest among scientists and profes
sional men not physicians; then follow
Protestant clergymen, engineers, farmers
anu laoorers; next carpenters, machinists,
and workers in iron ; then come school
masters, tobacconists, physicians, and fi
nally the clergy of the Roman Catholic
church, among whom the mortality is
much irreater than aiuonnr tli VrotcMr.
clergy and the other professions named.
1 , . ....
xexi we nave druggists anci butcucrs.
then miners and glass manufacturers,
plumbers and connersniilhs. railw.iv r-m.
ployes and dock lalxrers, and last of all
carmen, cabmen, horsekeepers, and inn
keepers, tnionrr whom the mortal it v i
greatest, and much more than double that
. . : 1 -
ui uic usi iiivmiuucu occupation.
The deduction which may be drawn
from these facts are vcrv instnirtivft nnI
practically useful; they prove that the
ijuici pursuits 01 science tena to prolong
life, as well as outdoor l.ilmr. nmviilprl it
is not on railways or anion? shitminnr or
horses; that to work in iron is more
wholesome than to work in lead or copper,
as might be expected, while the confined
labor of a schoolmaster is ns in.uriniii n
the state of celibacy of the Roman Catho
lic priest; lastly, the inn-keepers, leing
most exposed to the temptation of intem-
jierance, have the least chance for a long
i;r.. ...n i 1 1
nt, no .-n 3 iiiirau nun nnoiu mey 11a
litr.allv keen comnanv. So savs thn
Manufacturer and Builder.
Our ladies who arc wont to extol the
suerior advantages of Eurojean culture,
are just now conjnitn latins' themselves,
says the 15oton Herald, ujion the advent
here of the mistress of the jieculiar de
vices of the toilet known as the mani
cure's art. To visit a manicure is, wc are
tohl, embraced in the regular order of
things, followed by the ladies of all the
prominent forjign cities. Consequently,
it can scarcHv Ie wondered at that the
followers of fashion here should have wel
comed the missionary who comes to us, if
for no other reason than to place them on
the plane with their New York sisters,
who have thus far claimed the onlv prac
titioner of the kind that the country af
fords A naturally fine hand is made
more beautiful bv care, and a hand not so
greatly favored is much improved, with-
ut doubt, bv extra attention. A visit to
the manicure results in a treatment mere
ly preparatorv. The hands are placed for
alout ten minutes in a lukewarm solution
the flesh about the nails is thus soft
ened, and is then skillfully raised from
the nail, and cut close with a pair of cir
cular flesh-cutters. The nails are then
covered with a deep rose-tinted iomade.
which though washed gently off' in a min
ute or two, leaves its blush behind. This
is succeeded by a grayish powder, which,
in turn is rubln-d oft" lightly and swiftlv
a buffer or wash leather pad, giving a
line polish to the nail. jLastly, the nail
tips are tiled into the Hinted or round
shape, according to individual fancy. The
principal errors to be avoided, says the
manicure, in the care of the nails is in the
use of the knife or scissors in either clean
ing or cutting. The nails should never
be cut, but always filed, and never clean
ed except with something hard and smooth
like ivory, which cannot erase the protec
tive lining of the nail. Of course, the
nails should not be bitten, scarcely any
one addicted to this nervous and vulgar
habit needs to le told this. They should
also le guarded against bruises, which are
the cause of the unsightly white sjiots;
neither should the flesh altout the nails
be cut by one's self, as very sore fingers
may lc caused by carelessness in this
particular. The nails in prime condition
should le curved, and not flat; long and
narrow, with the delicate white crescent
outline at the base, rosy in hue and glist
ening like a minor. Here then is the
standard which the regular patrons of the
manicure uphold, and more or less of the
points constituting which may be achiev
ed by each individual herself at the ex-.
peuse of some care and not a little time.
There is nothing which the owner of
farm or village property can do, which
for the money outlay required will give
so large or satisfactory returns as to plant
trees liberally. Every village home and
farm house should stand in a grove of
trees, every street and country roadside
should be lined with trees. If a double
row, one inside and one outside the street
line, all the better? They are not only a
source of pleasure, adding beauty to land
scapes, but they add largely to the actual
selling value of property, often turning
the scale in the minds of" would be pur
chasers. They temper and mitigate heats
of summer and cold of winter. Another
thing often overlooked, they attract and
furnish shelter to the birds who arc now
recognized as the farmers best friends, and
without whose active aid we should be
overrun with insects, destructive to veg
etation. There has never been a time when trees
of all kinds could bo purchased as cheap
ly as now. The panic of "7:3 putting a sudden
stop to the general improvements of coun
try property has left all our nurserymen
overstocked, and they will now furnish
trees of all kinds for less than it has cost
to grow them.
The hardy evergreens, such as the Scotch
and Austrian pine, the Norway Spruce
and Arlwr Vitae should be planted liber
ally about the buildings, especially so as
to break the north and west winds from
the house ami cattle yards. They grow
rapidly and in a lew years will pay their
cost every winter, in the saving of fuel
They should be planted so close that
when grown they form a screen or wind
A common mistake of tree buyers is to
select too large trees. At tlic same price
a medium sized tree is chcaier than a
large one, with the former all the root can
be saved, w hile with the latter the greater
par must be sacrificed. An evergreen
tlyee to four feet high is a letter tree to
plant than one five to seven feet. With
trees of that size, and care taken that the
roots arc not for a tingle moment exjKsed
to the hot sun and wind, are in setting
. and a liberal mulching of coarse letter,
a:y of tlio classes of evergreens named
i will bear trans-planting as well as decid-
j Of deciduous trees for lawn and road
side plantiny the soft maple, Ash leaf
Maple or Box Elder Elm and Ash are the
standard varieties, though the Catalpa is
J now coming into prominence, and prom-
isesto luhe in ursi rant: as a siiaue ana
The main points in successful tree
plantiny is to select medium 6ized trees,
mi as to secure good roots. Keep the
roots from exposure to sua and wind
while handling, take pains in setting and
mulch liberally. ....
Professor Deal speaks with enthusiasm
of the great beauty and magnificence of
the Michigan forests, produced by the
mixture of deciduous and evergreen trees,
especially in their autumn tints, and of
the streams, hills, and valleys, and the
lakes where they abound, lie finils men
now actually living who can seenolieauty
in a tree, except for the cords of wood, tho
loads of lumber, or the hundreds of rails
it will make. lie mentions some trees
which have been of great value. A wal
nut tree at Potterville sold for $1000, the
wood being highly ornamental in beauti
ful waves, and it was made into veneering. 1
A black walnut at Brookfield, seven feet
through, sold for $1200 for the same pur
pose in New York. Two thousand dol
lars were refused for a very large blistered
walnut at Saugatuck. At Grand Rapids
a black cherry tree with very dark wood
was shipped to Central America, and from
there shipped back to this country und
sold as good mahogany. Large quanti
ties of cui led and bird's-eye maple, and
some choice trees of rock elm, white oak,
and white ash, arc sold for ornamental
Th following Cur Is probably th most
remarkable ever effected by any medi
cal preparation for the treatment of
Onttlmn hereby eertlfy that I hve had C
Ctrrh for ten Tear. Mnd for the lut tlx years bT
been a terrible sufferer. I was rendered partially
deaf, liad buzzing In the head, pain arrow the tem
ple, &i.T.y pell. weak anrl painful eyes, swollen
and ulcerated tonlls. hard and constant coach,
erere pain acroea the cheat, and erery I nd leaf ion
f consumption. My bead ached all the time. The
natter accumulated so rapidly In my head and
throat that I could not keep them free. Frequently
at DiKht I wonld spring out of bed. It seemed to
me. at the point of suffocation. 1 wonld then have
recourse to every means In my power to dislodge
the mticna from my throat and tinad before beinf
able to sleep again. For a period of six years my
tonsils were nlcerated and so mneh Inflamed that I
could with difficulty ewnllow. 1 finally consulted an
eminent surgeon In regard to an operation on them,
bnt at his request postponed It. The constant In
flammation and ulceration In my throat caused by
the poisonons matter dropping down from my bead
bad so irritated and Inflamed my langstbat 1 coneh
ed Incessantly. a deep, hard cough. Meanwhile
my system began tosliow the effects of this disease,
so that I lost flesh, grew rale, and showed every
symptom of an early death by consumption. When
matters had reached this stage, or about six months
ago, I began the nse of Sakpord's KadicaX Com
For Catahrh. After using lhr first bottle I began
to Improve rapidly. The first dose seemed to clear
my head as I had not known It to be for years. It
eemed gradually to arrest the discharges. It
Hopped my couuh in Uiree ln. By using It as
frarglcl soon rednrrd the Inflamrnntlon and swell
ng of my tonsMs, so that they soon ceased to trouble
me. The soreness across my chest disappeared,
the bnzzlng noise In my head cease damy senses of
Seeing and of hearing were completely restored,
and every symptom or disease that had reduced me
to the vergo of tlie grave diaappeared by the use
of BAsrroKn's Radical Cms ros Catabkh.
I have been thus explicit because, as a druggist,
I have seen a great deal of suiTering from Catarrh,
nd hope to convince many ihut this Is a great
I am familiar with the troarment f Catarrh as
practised by the best physicians, and have consult,
ed the most eminent about my case. I have used
every kind of remedy and apparatus that have ap
peared during a period of six years past, and have,
while following their us, taken great care of my
general health, bnt obtained 110 relief or encourage
ment from any of tlietn.
Vostox, Feb. -a ISO. GEO. r. DENSMOHE.
BTwroiJt, SS. Feb. 25. 1575.
Then personally nppsred the said Oeorge F.
Dlnemore, and made oath that the i.aregoing stato
ment by lilm subscribed 1 true, nefore me.
fcETH J. THOMAS, Justice of the Peace.
Faeh psekaire contains Pr. FanfrTd"s Tmprored
Inhaling Tube, with lull directions for use In all
cases. Price, f 1.00. For sale by all Wholesale and
Hctall Drngglsts throughout the t'nlred f-iatea.
WEEKS POTTER. General Agents and Whole
sale Druggists. Hoston. Maa.
Affords the most grateful relief In a!!
Affections of the Chest and Lungs.
CHRONIC PLEURISY CURED.
Messrs. WK9 & Pottk: Gentlemen. ITavlnff
for many months past suffered with a very lama
lde, called by my physician Chronic Plcnrlsv,
caused by aformer Injury and strain, and for which
I used many prescriptions and liniments, as well as
the so-called rheumatic cures, without the least
benefit, my physician recommended one of your
COU.INS' voltaic l'LASTEKS. which, to my great
surprise, relieved the pain ana soreness almost Im
mediately, and I have been able to attend to my
household alfalrs ever since with perfect ease ana
comfort, whereas, before the application of your
Invaluable Plaster, I was scarcely able to do any
thing. I consider them inestimable, and shall with,
pleasure recommend then to the afflicted. Tour
respectfully, Mrs. FKAKCS h tpniM am
Oblajb, Me, April 21. 1378.
There Is no medical or protective appliance that
will prove so grateful and cileclive in Tickling
f'ouglia. Irritation and Soreness of the Chest ana
Langs. We believe thcra capable of preventing
crlotiS diseases of these organs.
PRICE, 25 CENTS.
Do not eonfouDd these Plasters with the ordinary
Plasters of the day, that by comparison are abso
Be careful to obtain Counts' Voltaic Plastzs,
a combination of Electric or Voltaic Plates
with a highly Medicated Plaster, as seen In the
above cut. bold by all Wholesale and Ketall Drag
gists throughout the fnlted Mates and Canadas,
and by WEEKS & POTTER, Proprietors, Boston.
A NOTED DIVINE SAYS-
THEY ARE WORTH THEIR
WEIGHT in COLD
READ WHAT HE SAYS
Dr. Tttt: Dear Sir: For ten vear I hare
bet'D a niartvr to Dyspepsia, Coi.nipation and
Pile. I Jist Spring yonr Pilis vei e recommended
tome; 1 used Uiem I but with little fuith). I
am now a well num. have pood appetite, diges
tion, perfect, recular etooK piles Roue, and I
have pairrwl forty pounds solid flesh. They are
worth tbeir weight in gold.
Ret. K. L. SIMPSON, Louisville, Ky.
Dr. Tutt nas been crt-pH-d
in the practice
of medicine 30 years,
ami for a long time
was Demonstrator of
Anatomy in the Med
ical College of Georg
ia,hence persons using
bis Pill nave the guar
ACUI. TUTT'S PILLS
Crux Fetch ad
Curb Bilious Colic.
Cube Kidnet Con-
Cvbje Torpid Liter.
antee that tliey are
DreDared OB scientific
I priijciplee,and are free
I f rout all quackery.
lie has succeeded in
combining isktem the
tic qualities of a
and a purifying tonic.
Their flint apparent
effect is to increase the
appetite by causing the
food to properly os-
Isimilate. Thus theeys
tem la nourished, and
by their touic action
on the difretstlve or
gans, regular ana
The rapidity with
which ptrtont take on
I fler.k, w liile Tinder the
influence of these pills,
I of itfx-lt indicates their
adaptabihty to nourish
tho body, and hence
their cfticacy in curing
nervous debility, mel
v. aftinir of the muscles
sluggishness of the liv
er, chronic constipa
tion and Imparting
health and strength to the system.
A DOCTOR SAYS.
Dr. I. Guy Lewis, of Fulton Ark., writes ; "One
year ago I was taken eick, a friend argued so
strongly in favor of Tutt's Pllle that I was in
duced to use ttcm. Merer did medicine have a
happier effect than in my case. After a practice
of a quarter of a century I proclaim them the
best anti-bilious medicine ever used. I have Ire-
scribed thcra in my practice ever since."
They arc cornpooudod from medicinal substan
ces that are positively free from any properties
that can in tho least degree injure Hie most deli
cate organization. They search, cleanse, purify,
and invigorate the entire system. By relieving
the engorged liver, they cleanse the blood from
poisonous humors, sud thus impart renewed
health and vitality to the body, causing the bow
els to act naturally, without which no oue can
A TORPID LIVER
is the fruitful source of man diseases, prominent
anwug which arc Dysixpsia. Sick-Headache,
Costiveness, Dysentery, liiiious Fever, Agne and
Fever, Jaundice, Piles, Kbcumatisin, Kidney
Complaint, Colic, etc
Tutt's Pills exert a direct find powerful influ
ence on the Liver, end will, wi'h certainty, relieve
tliat important organ from disease, and restore
BOLT) EVEBYWHEBE, '
CFIICI, 35 HTE5AY ST., l.Z-W YC2JC
KEEN AN & GRACE.
Retail Lianor Dealers.
CIGARS AND TOBACCOS.
PLATTS OUTII . -i - NEB.
Also Billiard Hall and Saloon on
Main street, four doors from Sixth at
Neville's old place.
Store and saloon on Main St. two
doors east of the Post office.
BEST BRANDS OF CIGARS, ALES,
WINES, d-C AT BOTH
IteniemberThe Xante and Flare.
21ly Keenan & Grace.
CMcap Burlington & Quincy R. R.
East and West,
Running Throngh Cars
CONNECTING WITH THE
FOR ALL POINTS IX
TII II O l' O II CARS
KANSAS CUT, TOPEKAIOTSON & St. JflSED-
Ami tlic SHORT LINK tn all r."'iit9 on the
Mlssol'KI. KANSAS & TEXAS, and
HOUSTON TEXAS CENTRAL
PullmanJPalace Sleeping Cars.
C.. 15. &'(. DIMXG CABS.
BY THIS ROUTE
All information about rote of fare will be
cheerfully Kiveu ly applying to
C. IV. SMITH,
James II. Wood,
W. D. JONES'
Again takes tho
Brick Livery Stable
The old Homier Stables, in riatUmniitli. are
now leustrd by W.M. II. JON ES, and lie has on
hand new and handsome aecoiuuiodatious, in
the shape of
HORDES, CARRIAGES, BUGGIES,
. SA DDL E HORS ES.
I aia prepared to keep HOUSES
FOR SALE TRADE!
Train and Break Colts
On Reasonable Terms.
That with "plenty of room (that every one
lemma 1 have) ill my stable. 1 can get Farmer'
tiwk and wagon, loads of hay, &c, under cov
er. w here l hey will keep dry.
Thanking ail my old patrons for their liberal
ity. I solicit their trade lor the future, natisfied
that I can accommodate them better and do
better by them than ever before.
Vv'M. D. JOXES.
JOHN SHANNON S
LIVERY SALE AND FEED
Carriages alw ays on Han d,
HEARSE I FUNERALS.
TAKE 1TOTICE I
I want all of my accounts fettled to date,
aii'l I shall do no niore credit business. All old
accounts must be settled up. and no new ones
will ie rrrnle. I'n less such accounts are nettled
slirrtly tlisy will be tnicd.
I wisli to do a sti icily cash businoss in future.
40ly riuttsmouth, Neb,
Ull CKSJii Til
All kinds of
Neatlv & Promvtlu
M.. : m j.
Horse, 3Iule& Ox Shoeing.
In short, we'll shoe nnylhing that liar
four feet, from a Zebra to a Giraffe.
Come and see us.
on Filth St.. between Main and Vine Streets,
just across the comer from the xew HERAI t
CM L Z. j T
LI V FRY, FEED AND SALE STA
BLES. Comer 6th und Pearl Sts.
K01tSr.il KOAKOKD BY THE
I)4Y, lt'CEIi, OR MOXTII.
SOUD OJEi TKAIDED.
For a Fair Commissiosi.
TE4.3IS AT ALL IIOl'KS.
Paiiicular attention paid to
Driving and Training
AGENTS WANTED FOR THE,
HO IS UNACQUAINTED WITH THE CEOCRAPKY OF THIS COUNTRY, WILL SEE
EXAMINING THIS MAP, THAT TH2
CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC R. R.
IS TIIE (1 EAT COXECTIXU LIMC BETWEEN TIIE EAST AXD TIIE WEST !
Tr m:iin llcerunn from Chi-nfra to Council ElutTs
r.mi l iiiiihu, iusiiij timniirh .loiiet. lttiva, J.a
l:illu, tioneseo, Molice. Hocic Jxlarirf. lMvenport,
Went Liberty, bxvi City, Marcnfin, l;nx-kiyn,
'innnrll, nif l'.-s lirincs, (tbe cupilol ot l.:i)
with brunclii'S li-oai Hurenn Junction to Peoria:
Wilton Junction to lluscatine, WHshincion, I'nir
Iclil. l.'Uiuit. l.oUuup, Cenuevule, l'rincetoii, Tren
ton, tinlliitin, Ciirieron, Leavenworth ami Atc-hison;
k :ir)ii!u:uiii to !-i2ourney, Oskitloosannfl Knoxvillej
KcoKnk tit ur:nir.uton. Bn::iurlrt, Dniitonfixnt,
:.n',c'eil-nt, l.U'.on, tttiviiwii, Kldyvlilo, Oska
',uki, 1'eila, Moiiroi, nnl Jlolnes; DeaAloiiies,
10 indiitnoln und Winters'.: Atlnntic to Audubon
:n1 Avrna to llariiin. This is positive.? tlio only
i'ailrouti wiiiih owns. ronTols n.:;J operate a
llironli line bctwein t'hiiM-.r'i nnil Kr.ons.
'i'i.iv.'ouianjrown andtontrol tilt lr biucplnj; Cars,
-liih r inferior to none, and cive yo;i a cloiiblo
. ri U hetwe.-n t. hienvro un.t Council IMuir, Irf'aven
vort.i, or AtiliUoii lor Two Dollars ai:d I if ly Cents;
u.ij h section lor Kive Dollnis. whi'a nil otliT limn
. hara lietnt'i-n t.io F::i;ie int. '1 !ir-e DolUira lor
. ilo::! I-i l r'h. n id ?ix loll..rH l.T n nvlinn.
Whit v.-1 1 1 pLvme von m v i!l b"5 thu -l'.nr of
nviii3 volt iiio:i!m, v!ii!jO!in over ': le..ntl
iif p'rn.rtcs of Illinois und Iowa, in onoof our nm-iirt-
i.t l't;i:m und JIi-stMiirauM Vu - tint mx..ra;nv
til tlirouuli KxpnrosTraim. V.u sotnn eiitirenienl,
rinvj is pervixl i:i uny riiTt-cliiss U iti-l, for
-iciity-ltVH cer.tji ; or v ou ca oitcr Lat you like,
Ar:'ii-.-i:tiTij i.ii-! !.. trh;it a majority of thcinr'"
lri.'h r yu;ariito n;.anmi ins I r rtttlerent purpo:-.-,
an.i tho eno::iini!S jiTu.ien.-'T business of tMi3 lino
var Tn: mi: ii. I v.ij.--; h-:i:-.lt i niii.oi'i-- that tliis
oao.u.iv ram its PA1..U li tft.KKPl.'.U CAl'.S f. r
:'i-r'a piiri-ri-, and Hi rAI.Ati.- 1-i.Vl.V.l CA1M
or Ka.jj pur;juics. Cms other trout lc:;urj of
I'T. CT1 Cilr5 rre run rhr-ourh to PEORIA, IES MOISES, COVXCIJt, BLUFFS,
r;3 :ia.-t .EA Via'tKTi:i t, . ...
'I'UU.et'i via t:ii i.lne, fcnown n the "Great JCock Island Eontf," are sold Iv ull
Ticket iiinli In the United Msitcs tt-nd Canada. -
fur tnrvrus.iiiun tut o'jtaina'ic ut yuur home tlclict ufflce, address,
AKIMHAIX, 3-2. ST. JOHN,
ticu'l superintendent. ticu'l TUU and l'ass'Kr ARt
Dexter, Dexter King and Dexter Queen
Are Unsurpassed for Easy Riding1, Durability, and Beauty.
Many Thousands Now in Use. JQ
Send for Circular Giving Price
and Full Description to
DEXTER SPRING QQ,
Sole Apxointing Agent for
The Uurivalletl Mason Sc Ilamlln
Also, tlie Steck, Ilenrv F. Miller, and Ilallet
& Citmston Tianos for Cass and Sarpy couutief,
"eb. Call and see
at ofT.ce. Sixth, one door south of Main St.
"W ill do well to examine our
New Mason & Hamlin
A. G. HATT
JUST OPENED AGAIX.
New, Clean, First Class Meat Shop,
on Main Street in Vred Kroehler'n old stand
Ever bod v on luuid lor ireti. teuder u.cat.
onr Ta'aro Curs Is a SMOKIN'O SAIXK1V where
you can eujoy your "Ilavunu" ut ull hours ot the day.
Mairnifltviit Iron Bruises epnn thi? ?.Us-ii-ipl and
Missouri rivers at all points crossed hy.thuj line, and
transfers are avoided at Council lilmrn, Lenven
wortli onil Atchistii, connections beuiK uiado In
L nion depots.
TIIE FIUNCIPAL It. V. CONXECTION3 OF THIS
CHKAT 1 lliitH'iiU LINK AKE AS rOU-OW S
At( iitcaco, with all riiverKiui; lines for the ICast
At V. s g LRtroon, with the Irfiko Phore & Mirhltmn
Southern and I'itt.iburjt, Ft. Wayne .V Chicii;o K. Uds.
At Washington HtiGiixs, with Pittsburg, t'm
clnnn'.i & Lou in K. K.
Atl.A Sai.lk. ilii Illinois Central It. It.
AtPtOHiA, with P.. P. J.; P., I.- & I).; I. B. .;
111. Midland: and P. .t W. Itnilroiids.
At Hum Isi ash, with We:-teiu Union 11. IL and
Roclc Island & Vhji ia Untiroad.
At 1A vkspoiit, with the Davenport & North
Western It. 11.
At V.'fst LiBFRTy. with the Burlington, Cedar
IlnpiCs As Kortbein 1U It.
AtC'RlNvni.U v.ith Central R. It. of In.
A t Dks SloiNFS, with I). M. & Ft. Dodfoll. R.
Attiil'XCIL Bl.fr'KS, with Union l'acillc It. It.
At OMAHA, With It. & Mo. K. K. It. in Xeh.)
AtCni.fMiirs J I'XiTtox, v.itu liui linton. Cedar
llapids iNorlheru 11. IL
At OTTI-mwa, with Central K. It of Iowa; SU
l.uis. Kan. City & -Virtl:i r;i and C. II. Jt J. H. I'.ds.
At KEOKl'K, with Toh do. Peoria tu.d Warsaw;
Wubnsh. and t. Ia-uIh, Keokuk & K.-W. K. Uds.
'At IIkvkui.v, with Kan. City, Pt. J. & C. 11. It. It.
At AToni.s'is, with Atchison. Topekn & Santa Fe;
Atchi.-oii &i N'b. anl Ccn. Lr L'nion Pacitic It. Uds.
At LtA vkn woiiTii, itli K. P. und K.Ccu. Ic ltds.
S K 2 S
't P s
05 'A S
rr -t . C
3 II? 5
TT T- A f 1 -TV-T-
Wagon, Buggy, Machine and Plow re
pairing, awl general Jobbing
I am now prepared to do all kinds of repairing
o f.irtn :ind other inaeliinery. rts there
is a good lathe in my shop.
PETER RAO EN t
The old Reliable Wagon Maker
has taken charge of the wagou shop.
lie is weil known a a
NO. 1 WORKMAN.
Xew YTacong and Ituglew made to
Sliop on Sixthstreot opposite Sueitfht's Stable
J. G- CHAMBERS,
Manufm-turer of and Dealer in
ETC ETC ETC.
Done with Neatness! Dispatch.
r onlr place in tow n where '"Turley's pat
ent sell adjustable horse eollara are eold."
"Flie Oldest and ll&argest
They Invite Everybody Visiting; Omaha, toCall avA
Examine their Large Stock.
m 187 FARNAM STREET,
Prom a Threshing Machine to a Hoc !
AND WAY DOWN CHEAP.
The King of Plow Sellers.
Corner 3d and aiu .Streets,
IS HEADY TO TALK TO THE FA II EES OX
J2cz77 ows, Cult i ct Lor
Shovels, Hoes, Spades, and Hand-rake.
AH kinds of HARVESTING 31 aehities,
Mowers, Reapers Menders,
Vibrator Threshers, niciioi;,sade
has come home,
And he has brought the finest line o
Dress Goods, Staple Goods, Fancy
Goods and N otionsyou ever saw.
rffo ay iBotlaing of grocca
ies foj It lie ac!e9feoo asad
hoes till yon vmiH nct
Ifiat afisei cap till
yow must Imy. -'
Spring and Summer Goods
Now is yonr chanco bound to sell
up. I want to qo East
A DAY GUARANTEED urtnj out
WELL AUGER & DRILL in good
territory. Endarsed by Governor
cf IOWA, ARKANSAS & DAKOTA
(P Ph FS
ever and ever so cheap
and undersell ani '0j Hurry
again next montlj
T f-l-. ri. X.
QSnOml.' AireuU wanted.
V5JIJtl Uit Pgtttmute, riirtlculan
r frf-o .
I J. WOfcTa CO.. Bl Lditu.
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