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WIT AND HUMOR.
Pope says that le:inty ."li-aw us
by a single hair. It doesn't nowadays.
When a beauty ,rc(s o buhl-headed
that she ha? but one hair left, she
doesn't draw much.
When a man gets ready to swear
over an apparently tough goose, and
then finds the joints yield readily to
the knife, he believes that "A soft an
scr turncth away wrath."
The new Geographical Society of
Japan has just published, on a large
scale, a map of the city of Yeddo.
The inmes of districts, streets and the
like aro inserted both in Japauese and
When you see four or live children
who need combing, washing, and
patching, holding a convention on a
front door-step, you have come to a
house where the mother iaints pot
tery. There is an unprecedented activity
among steel manufacturers. They are
all working overtime, and it is feared
that tlie supply of metal will run
short. A St. Louis girl has ordered a
pair of skates.
Two ladies are discussing a third,
who is, of course, absent. ''She is re
ally charming," says one, and, above
all, she has such an air of intelligence."
"Yes," answers the other, "but there
are no words to that air."
Never mind a man who i3 hard up,
for he can work. Never mind a wom
an who is dead broke, for she can get
married. But think of the little dogs
who haven't got any velvet blankets
and who can't get employment.
A gentleman accidentally steps on a
daintv poodle led by an elegant wom
an. "Stupid! A little more and you
would have crushed Fido." "Ah! If
I had crushed him I would have re
placed him." "You Hatter yourself!"
"Prisoner at the bur," sufd the judge
"is there anything you wish to s:iy be
fore sentence is passed upon you?"
The prisoner looked wistfully toward
the door, and remarked that ho would
like to say "Good evening," if it would
be agreeable to the company.
"Maria," said a pious husband to his
wife, "them wicked Smiths are allow
ing their children to play in the yard
on Sundays. To-morrow I'll set the
dog on their chickens. The judgment
of heaven must be visited on 'cm in
A young lady was taken to task for
tight lacing, and she said she resorted
to the practice on purely economical
grounds. "How is that?" asked her
reprover. "Why," she replied,"! lace
-lightly simply to prevent waistful
jiesa." "No," siid Talkington ; 'io, I never
go to church. What does it amount
to anyway? sermons and collection-.
I can read be iter sermons at home,
and as lor collections why, man, 'I've
collections without nuinhjr, botli in
prose and verse."
"Ah, Mr. Shuttle, glad to wre you at
church to-day," said the deacon. "Ex
cellent sermon on llenxl this after
noon." "Splendid," replied Job. "llow
the reverend did put in his licks. I
wouldn't have been in Herod's place
Old Jones throws his broken plate
and truck tit iiiowu's hens when tliey
intrude on his garden. Urown gener
ally remarks to ids wile: "I bought
those rowls for pure Gime. lui iliey
seem to be Cocii-iu (Jinna to-day."
Brown is an even-tempered youth.
An old lady wearing a pair of green
goggles steppe I on the Sacramento
train at South Vallejoaud knocked at
the car do )r,.aud actually wailed till
it was opened on the inside by a pass
enger. For consummate politeness
this has no parallel.
A Soi iely Reform.
Under the pretty title of the "Cin
derella" dance, a sort of semi-ball, rig
orously pledged to exhibit its linal
galop on the healthy, wealthy, and
wise side of midnight, gives good au
gury of a return to sober hours in the
habits and customs of the English.
Another hopeful sign is the practice
of abbreviating dinner, both by a re
duction of a menu and by the aboli
tion of a male sederunt running into
much time and many magnums. The
fashion of thus curtailing and light
ening the once solemn and often dreary
meal had indeed been steadily grow
ing for a long time. Those heavy
feasts, with their monstrous cpergnes
and cojiversationalities as pompou3
and depressing as the tray of feathers
that Used to be carried in frout of a
funeral, are swept away to the last
crumb. There remained, however,
much to be done in the way of pran
dial reform, even at a recent period ;
and, to the joy of opera and theater
managers against whose interests the
late and long dinners of the last decades
carried on a ruthless war, the work of
continued amendment has been taken
Vigorously in hand by many leaders
of society, foremost being the Prince
of Wales. As for the quadrille par
ties named so prettily after the hero
ine of the Countess d'Alnois' fairy
tale, all sensible people must wish
them success; and their introduction
at the Mansion House i3 one of the
proofs already given by Sir Francis
Truscott of a determination to make
his Mayoralty memorable for whole
some and graceful improvements.
A Buried Forest
It has been recently discovered that
an oak Forest lies buried in the Val
ley of the Fulda, near ltosenbur-,
Hesse Casscl, Germany, at a depth of
from six to nine feet below the surface.
The wood flourished at a very remote
period. The great uumber of the trees
discovered were in good preservation :
but, owing to the action of the water
through unnumbered ages, they have
become thoroughly black in color
they have become very hard and close'
so that they would bo good materiai
for carving and ornamental cabinet
work. Some of the trees are of great
size; one taken out of a gravel lv por
tion of the bed opposite the village of
Baumbach, and since sent to the Geo
logical Museum at Berlin, was 59 feet
long, nearly five feet in diameter near
.he root, and about 33 inches at the
op. Even larger specimens have been
bund. It is reported that the furni
ture and fittings of the Geological Mu
seum at Marburg are to be made from
this long buried timber. It ia not yet
decided whether these buried oaks be
long to a species still existing or to au
Andaman Island widows wear the
skulls of their deceased husbands on
their shoulders. At a recent lecture
on ethnology at the Royal College of
Surgeons in London, Prof. Flower
showed the skull of an Andamanese,
to which was attached an elegant
webbed sling by which it had been
suspeudo l to the widow's neck.
Professor Is there any way to ob
tain good, fruit without grafting or
budding? Student Yes, sir. Pro
fessor Please explain the process.
Student AVatch your chanpe, and
when the farmer goes to dinner, crawl
over into the orchard and steal it.
(trades as llilkrrs.
A lercut writer suggests two very
important tjiicstions, the facts in rela
tion to which, and the Drincinlcs con
trolling thecase, should be well under
stood by all dairvmcn ami breeders of
dairy stock. II is query is X Do heifers
from native or scrub moihcrs, by bulls
of thoroughbred milking slock, make
uetler miluers than their dams; and,
if so, why? Why take the qualities
ot the stock Irom the sire rather than
It is an indisputable fact that many
native cows are superior milkers and
butter-makers, and this quality is
transmitted to their daughters, in
some cases until a family exists of lo
cal celebrity. This characteristic,
however, has generally been lost in
three or lour general ions lor want or
care in keeping up t he regular line, or
by the yearly infusion of blood ot'ba.-o
or unknown quality. It is quite pos
siblc that remarkable milking quail
ties in an individual native cow might
be perpetuated to remote descendants,
and even increased by careful fceleciion
of sire, and in-and-in breeding. But
tli.it is the method by which thor
oughbreds arc -produced, and requires
skill and intelligence of a high order,
and years of observation mid labor.
Willi a good native cow as the basis
of stock, much anxiety an 1 time may
be saved, by an immediate infusion of
the lixed blood of a thoroughbred of
the desired type, and the result will
al wnvf answer the first query in the
aliliinative. The calt will
than its dam in some rc3iecls, and
wor e in none. As an accident or
sp-T , it is possible that the dam
ii! Sit bca better milker than the ilam
or Iim'cI of the sire, and the calf tak
ing the type of the sire be inferior to
In r. but the rule taught by experience
i other wav. In this case the
C'.a :i.-;c;-i.s; ic of the oll'pring arc de
termined bv t! e long-known law
thai t! e longer a class of animals is
dev.dope i in a single lino, the greater
is ihe;r transmitting power, ami witn
the more certainly do l hey impress
their trialilics on the offspring. The
blood of the dam having no line of de
scent, ami no accumulated force, is
overborne b the thoroughbred sire.
Theoretically, the progeny of such a
connection is more than hall tnor
o'jgiibred, and should develop more
than half of the sire's slock qualities
in milk fin ! lorni. a iicre is but little
danger of reversion u original form
if this method of breeding bo adhered
to; but even it there were, it n un
doubtedly the cheapest, quickest and
surest way to develop fi xed milking
qualities from native cows. Amen
The iv.v Knglaud Homestead gives
this advice: Tick up all the bones
you can IkkI, put them under cover,
and mix with them two or three times
their bulk of ashes from the kitchen,
moisten tl.cni with enough water so
that the potash may act on the gelatin
of the bones; stir ti em once a week.
and in a mouth or two vou will find
the buiies so tender tint vou can cut
and crush them with a blow of vour
shovel ; l e.it i he whole int. x p-wdei-y
r.i:i-s. ni;d vou 11 have a iii imi:C belier
than the ave.ane mi; c:pii.ph ties
w.iioi yo;i lee i tjupourio it.sy. ttivc
a ! .-wilful of this to I'.'.clt hill of corn',
and see how it will wave its binucr of.
"re. n and nuiir into von b tivC! IliC
u-.-kieii ears of corn.
Sydney Smith to Queen Victoria-
The following extract from a sermon
preached by Sydney Smith to Queen
Victoria on her accession to the throne
is, thinks the London Truth, worthy
ot recalling: "liXluigaish in yonr
heart the fiendish love of military
glory from which your sex does not
necessarily exempt you, and to which
the wickedness ot uattcrers may urge
Jr'ou. Say upon your death bes'I
lave made few orphans in mv reign ; I
have made few widows. My object
has been peace. I hive used all the
might of my character and all the
power of my situation to cheek the
irascible passions of mankind, andturn
blll,lU IV VAiVf 19 S UVllVdV lllVllldVl J
Millions of Mother express their de
light over Castoria. It is nature's remedy
for assimilating the food. Unlike Cas
tor Oil, it is pleasant to take, and
nclike Morphine Syrups, it is harmless.
Castoria regulates the Bowels, destroys
Sour C"rd and Wind Colic,
and allays Teverishness. What cives
health to the Child, promotes rest for
the Mother. Children Cry for Pitch
er's Castoria. It is the most reliahle,
effective and popular article dispensed by
Since Healing roinedies hare been used by
has there been known such absolute Pain
relieving agents as the
They soothe, heal, and euro. They
HEAX-Cuts. Wounds. Galls, Old-Sores, Bro
ken-breasts and Sore Nipples;
CURE-Pain in the Eack. Rheumatism. Scia
tica, Lumbago, Neuralgia, Ear-Ache,
Tetter. Pimples, Itch. Salt Rheum, and
all Flesh, Bone r.nd Muscle ailments of
SCIJDUK Inflammation and Swellings;
BELIEVE Boils, Felons.Ulcer. Sore Throat,
Bronchitis, Croup and Quinsy ;
EXTRACT Pain from Bums. Scalds, Stings,
Frost-bites, Sprains and Bruises.
The experience of centuries has made the
Liniments, the most speedy and effeetire
curative agents for
MAN and BEAST
the world has erer known. The Centaur
hare relieved more bed-ridden Crip
ples r healed more frightful wounds,
and saved more valuable animals than -
all other liniments, ointments, oils, extracts,
plasters and so-called "pain tillers" and
"skin cures" combined.
Physicians end Voterinary burgeon en
dorse the Centaur Einimcuts ; millions
of men, women end children in all countries
use them, and llou'ckeepers. Farmers,
Planters. Travelers. Liverymen, Ttamfttrs
and Stock-growers, are thtir patrons. They
are clean, th er arc handy, they are cheap,
and they are reliable. There is no ac'ae,
pain , or stvollinj; which they will not alle
viate, subdue, or cure. Sold throcchont
THE HABITABLE GEOEE
for 50 cis. and $1.00 a Lottie. Trial
bottle?, 1 5 cts.
If you want any
Fire or Ornamental Brick,
J. T. A. HOOVER,
LOUISVILLE. - - NEBRASKA.
Wi nes, Liqou r s
Main Street, opposite tha Court Houne.
This place is just opened, new, good goods of
all kinds. We want to keep a good house and
please our customers.
REMEMBER THIS. 91y.
Furnishes Fresh, Vure Milk.
DCLIf GU D4iLl .
Sm'cial calls attended to. and Freali ililk
from same cow furnished when wanted.
NEW HARDWARE STORE.
J. S. DUKE
Has just opened an entire new stock of hard
tpbt .-m. aBTirj bol a a mir-
Kext door west of Chapman & Smith's Dru
" A Full Line cf
CTJT? T."E' TIAWTiWAPP!
SHOVELS, RAKES, SPADES ana
ALL GARDEN TOOLS.
NAILS, NAILS, NAILS, ly the KeQ
ROPE. POWDER. SHOT. GRIND
A Full Line of CiTf.ERV.
Svecial Rates tt Guilders and Con-
All uoods sold as lo
k thry possibly can be
All kinds of
Neatly d- Promplp.
lTrvn "Hiilfi C- f xr mimnin
h" - "1? mill vV UABHUllJl
In short, we'll shoe anything that bar
four feet, from a Zebra to a Giraffe.
Ooine and see us.
n Filth S bet '.ve en Main ari Vine Streets.
UKt across e coiner from t lie new HEit.l
. v m w-m.-r rm m m T f-
INIJ IJ H A i It I 1 It IJri,J I Knows we nave) mourtttauie, we can cet Farin
VXiiai Ull' vaxkk' erg, Btockand wag0nSi loadsot hay, c., under
-) FROM .
OMAHA, COUNCIL BLUFFS, NEBRASKA CITY
or PLATTSMOUTH to
Where direct connections are inadewith
Through Sleeping Car Lines
NEW YORK. HOSTON, PHILADELPHIA,
AND ALL EASTERN CITIES.
T7te SKoTt Ltixe
Via PEORIA for
IXDIAyAPOLIS. LOUISriLLE, CINCIN
NATI, and all point.-iin the
THE II KMT I.IXF. FOB
Where Direct Connections are made In the
UNION DEPOT with Throuch SleepinE Car
Liae9 lor oil points.sULXf l.
The Shortest, Speediest and most Comfortable
via HANNIBAL to
Ft. SCOTT, DENISON, lid L LAS, HOUSTON
A CSTIN, SAN A NTONIO, GALVESTON,
an all points In
Pullman 16-Wheel Palace Sleeping Cars.
c n lb. u. ra ace ir:iwinir-i;ooin ua
With Horton's Keclining Chairs. o'lKxtra
,'hargo for SeatsJin Keclininf? cnairs.
The famous C.,B. & Q. Palace DiuingJCars.
Fa.it Time. Steel Rail Track and Superior
Equipment combined with their tircat i nrougn
Car Arranuement. makes this, above all others.
tne lavorite noute.ioiine
KAST, SOUTH OKSOUTH-KAST.
HOTEL. CITY HOTEL
First clas Lodging Rooms. -
First Class Boarding.
Good Sample Room
Everjtbing and avery comfort
A Good Hotel caiiSFuriiisli
Also. Good Wines, Good Beer, Good Liquors,
Good Lemonade. Good Cigars,
Kept at the City Hotel.
141y FRED. GOOS, Proprietor.
SIGN, CARRIAGE and ORNA
Shop over the Brick Block
next to H lioeck's.
Pf.ATTSMOUTH. - - - NEB
Til Y IT. and J ou'.will fl nd TR A VELI NG a Lux- " " ' tJ ti K ft i ' ,
uryliustead of a Discomfort. STTIY t i'i f 'J Q li 79 0
All information about? Rates of Fare, Sleep- OlA t. L 'I ! lv,B -o.
log Car Accommodations, and Time Tabid. fc'A v aa A s V ntv
will be cheerfullytciven by anulying to IN V - f V . - --.aV. - .
James R. Wood, St& V Ol.iV
UeneraHPassenger Kg't. Chicago. JjgT 6aOl ' 0 A
41y. - '
r AT All
Sole Appointing Agent for
The Unrivalled 31 anon A n anil In
AUo State Aeent for the Henry F MilW and
W. C. Emerson Co. Pianos.
at office. Sixth, one door south of M;un Si.
"VTill do well to examine our
New Mason & Humlin
NEW BRICK YARD.
I am going to
this spring and want to
MAKE THEM CHEAP,
that people can build
BRICK nOUSES INSTEAD OF FRAME.
I sli all contract and
Build BRICK Houses,
the coming year and would like those
Intending to Build to
iv! me a call before looking elsewhere
JERRY II ART MAX.
At my place on ta hinsjtou Avenue or at F.
S. White Siiire ou Main Street, I'lattsmouth,
New Firm !
JOES & AGNEW.
Brick Livery Stable
The old Bonner Stables, in Plattxmouth. are
now leased by Jones & Agnew, and they have
ounanazsuw ana uuniKoiae accommodations,
m ins suupe oi
HORDES, CARRIAGES, BUGGIES,
We aro prepared to keep HORSES
FOR SALE TRADEI
Train and Break Colts
Ou Ihtajonable Terms.
That with nliinlv rtf rAAin " t Vi -i t
I . J ........ v..a. i.n, "c
cover, wnere tnev will keen drv.
Thanking all the old patrons for their liberali
ty.we solicit their trade for the future, satisfied
that we can accommodate them better and do 1
better by theni than erer before.
JONES & AGNEW.
GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS.
Large stock of
BOOTS and SHOES
CLOSED OUT AT COST
and in fact verythinjr you can call for in
the line of
CASH PAID FOlt HIDES AND FUKS.
All kinds of country modiics taktm in ex
change for goods.
.i s r.."v:.i'.lMVMOt:TOI55
I V.t- ::'.y ki:u-.lY for
- It in IV-ivtv T.-.:lr-X
1 ..e. o- A
a n a .
J ' 1118 PUDI1C,J
V ior mre than 35 years, J
t !, '1 ticprecedented results.'?
i'-' SEND FOR CIRCULAR'
1 . cAil, i.AU M.U.i SIVVTOa&CITl.
i.'-iit TILL TOC IT SErPTlTlOI.
5-p ; . d te W i Hz, u ef
WHO IS UNACQUAINTED WITH THE
k i, v o " 1 1 1 vislTi ' iiii ii fcir it - - - - , . i y
CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC R. R.
IS THE GREAT COXXECTDfG LIXK
Its main lina runs from Chicago to Council
Bluffs, passing throuch Joliet, Ottawa, La Salle,
Geneseo, Mollne, Kock Island, Davenport, West
Liberty. Iowa City. Marengo. Brooklyn, Grinnell,
Des Moines (the capital of Iowa), Stuart. Atlan
tic, and Avoca; with branches from Bureau
Junction to Peoria; Wilton Junction to Musca
tine. Washington, Fairfield. Eldon. Belknap,
Centreville. Princeton. Trenton, Gallatin, Came
ron, Leavenworth, Atchison, and Kansas City;
Washington to Slgourney, Oskaloosa. and Knox
vllle: Keokuk to Farminfrton, Bonaparte, lien
tonsport. Independent, Kldon. Ottumwa. Bddy
vllle. Oskaloosa, Fella. Monroe, and Des Moines:
Newton to Monroe; Des Moines to Indianola and
Winterset; Atlantic to Lewis and Audubon; and
Avoca to Harlan. This is positively the only
Railroad, which owns, and operates a through
line from Chicago into the State of Kansas.
Through Express Passenger Trains, with Pull
man Palace Cars attached, are run each way daily
between Chicago and Peoria. Kansas City,
Council BLtrrPS. Leavenworth and Atchi
son. Through cars are also run between Milwau
kee and Kansas City, via the "Milwaukee and
Bock Island Short Line."
The "Great Rock Island" is magnificently
equipped. Its road bed is simply perfect, and its
track is laid with steel rails.
Wbat will please you most will be the pleasure
of enjoying your meals, while passing over the
beautiful prairies of Illinois and Iowa, in one of
our magnidcent Dining Cars that accompany all
Through Express Trains. You get an entire
meal, as good as is served in any first-class hotel.
fnr avritT-ti ve cents.
Appreciating the fact that a majority of the
people prefer separate apartments for different
purposes (and the immense passenger business
of this line warranting it), we are pleased to an
nounce that this Company runs Pullman Palac
Biuvina Can for sleeping purposes, and Palau
PrLLUAS PALACE CARS are ran thrangh to PEORIA. l)Fd HOIinEI.
COTTKCI!. BLrFFs, KAKSAb CITY, ATCHIMIS, and LEAVEN WORTH.
Tickets via this Line, Itnown aa the "Orest Kock Island Route," aro sold by
al Ticket AgesU la the Halted Htatea and Canada.
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c n it's
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H. A WATERMAN & SON
Wholesale and Cetail Dealers In
Maiu street. Comer of Fifth.
I'LATTSMOUTH, - - - - NEB.
Still Better Rates for Lumber
LIVERY SALE AND FEED
Carriages always on Hand
I want all of niv accounts settled to dale.
aii'l I shall dono more credit business. All old
accounts must he settled up. and no new ones i
win De mane, u nless such accounts are cettied
shrtly they will be sued.
1 wish to uo a strictly cash business in future
again comes to the front with his lare slock
of piece oods, and manes his stand
ing offer of a
FIT OE NO CASH OUT !
on every suit that he measures for. You - can't
miss the place as you go down street.
Opposite the Court House.
4Stf all anb see pm ! -
Wagon, Buggy, Machine and Plow re
pairing, and general jobbing
I am now prepared to do all kinds of repairing
ox I arm ana ecner macuinery, as ineia
is a good lathe in my shop.
PETER RAO EN,
The old Reliable Wason Maker
has taken charge of the wagon shop.
He is well known as a
NO. 1 WORKMAN,
Hw Wavxonsi and ISussriesi made to
Shop on Sixth street enposite Streight's Stable
ALL KINDS OF
lpabtingy (Braininj lasinj,
Alio, Decorations of all kinds.
Painted'in Good Style.
FRESCOING A SPECIALTY.
A.B.Tatlob. J. Vallert, Sr.,
H. HOIJtES, E. llEEBXKK. 4 HI
7J 1 V5 7
CCOCRAPHY OP THIS COUNTRY, WILL
BETWEEN THE EAST & THE WEST!
Jjininq cars ror eating purponesoniy
KTeat feature of onr Palace Cars is a MlOKlMi
SALOON where you can enjoy your
at all hours of the dav.
Magnincent Iron Bridges span the Mississippi
and Missouri rivers at all points crossed by this
line, and transfers are avoided at Council Bluffs.
Kansas City, Leavenworth, and Atchison, con- .
nections being made in cnlon Depots.
THK PRINCIPAL R. K
THIS GREAT TUROUUH
LLNE AKK AS
At Chicago, with all diverging lines for the
East and South.
At Englewood, with the L. 8. A M.S., and P,
Ft. W.4C. R. Rds.
At Washington Hxiohts, with P., C. & St
L. K. R.
At La Salle, with 111. Cent. R. R.
At Peoria, with P. P.iJ.i P. D. AE.; I. B. 4
W.: III. Mid.: and T. P. A W. Rds.
At Kock Island, with "Milwaukee A Rock
Island Short Line," and Rock Isl'd A Peo. Rds.
At DAViiNpoiiT. with the Davenport Division
C. M. A 6t. P. R. R.
At West Lihertt. with theB., C. R. A N. R.R.
At (iKINNEi.i., with Central Iowa K. R.
At Des Moines, with D. M. A K. D. R. R.
At Council BLrrrs. with Union Pacific R. R.
At Omaha, with B. A Mo. R. R. R. in Neb.)
At Colcmbi'S J UNCTION'.with B.,C K. A N. B R.
At Ottumwa, with Central IowaR. K. : W
St. 1 A Pac. and C. B. A Q. R. Rds.
At Keokuk, with Tol., Peo. A War.: Wab., SL
Louis A Pac, and St. L., Keo. A N.-W. R. Rds.
At Cameron, with H. St. J. R. R.
At Atchison, with A ten., Topeka A Santa Te:
Atch. A Neb. and Cen. Br. U. P. R. Rds.
At Leavenworth, with Kan. Pac, and Kan.
Cent. R. Rds.
At Kansas Cut, with all lines for tha West
juitr uvas iickci ouicc, aaaresa.
13. ST. .TO UN",
Gen'l Tat. ana Pass'irr Act.,
O. F. JOHNSON,
All Paper Trimmed - Free of
ALSO DEALER IN
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded
by an Experienced Drnsgist.
REMEMBER THE TI.aCK
Gt7i ST. 2 BOORS SOUTH OF MAIN
USTIEW GOO DS ! I
JNO. BONS & SOX,
BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS.
At O. Guthnian's old store.
A FULL LINE OF
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
NEW AND FRESH.
of every description.
Choice and Fancy Candies
and nil kinds of
CIGARS AND TOBACCOS,
of Uie best brands.
CHRISTMAS TOYS, dC, dt
ia endless quantities.
Fresh Bread Daily.
Don't fail to Cull.
SSly J. BOXS & SOX, Prop s.
ETC., ETC., ETC.
One Door East of the Post-Offlco, riatUmouth,
I'ractical Workers in
SHEET IRON, ZINC, TIN, BRA
ZIER V, d e., d-c.
Lare assortment of Hard ana Soft
rumps, Gass Pipes and Fittings.
Wood and Coal Stoves for
IIEATLSG OH COOKING,
Always on Hand.
iTrv rarietv of Tin, Sheet Iron, and Zia
work, kept in Stock.
S&AKING AND REPAIRING,
Done on Short Notice.
"EVERTTIIINO WARRANTED !
PRICES LOW BOffX.
Excelsior Barber Shop.
J. C. BOONE,
One door west of So!omonIlXathan' Star.
SHAVING AND SHAMPOOINO
Especial attention given to
CUTTING CHILDREN'S AND LA
JALL AND SEE BOONE, GENTS,
And Eft a boon in a
Z --n- 1
tSssll i faai "T-fl i "1 1:i7r jIm r - .- . "v J
" 'M5asist B'liisa MI.ssssslsMssssss1ssssysss
i iii mi i Mimr minun I i
Physicians say they arc in every way Superior to
the ordinary slow-action Porous Plasters used
for this purpose.
- ..4 -effs
'. V "4rVflfia and Traction Enela.
'I''-:V3:?.''3j'Sv T'.IK T AXDA1UI ( aiM (nyV-bl f. (.
. . - -V, ft?i3&:&' MATfllLEM tor Crln-Prlni, Ti.i-.' I. .:. r.rf.-
:; --w ifilSSVfrv 5 CWi.it e. .u, ..I rmujh Wort
.' v i5.v-jt-'i-r.."' - iMiivi'AUtRl.K iii uuiUii r i-.i -'..i -.- ,r..;.
l"?! IIT.T! n l mHr( fTy , n-.e than or hir ttu u 4-, t.,-4 s i
t iOS.mI SI ItA W-l! riM.H. K I 'KAU-KNUI.NF.-, iih if...!., f .
1 Scanty st.rlr utiinowtt iu thr n, -, Hlrira lowrr liuihia . 1 .-
rf iza f 8farsttrB, fVfm h.frmr ; U 1 lr.i lt.it.nrrl ilo iT.t.-1 Hwi
i-.-ju and llniitt Hriiti t l it i h' ii'. wiLhnut ohJij of ha'u , ki .,' Vn. .
. i -,.t4ir fr.r aapiTiof K-o.t in hn nahli c- m;
. .i.-lcf fill atic! an4 pft.nl&rit (if
- -' i. Rsnm facliinr k rtrie
- nt 'i Tsir,tiUB cimkera mi n-w
KICHOLS, SHEPAED St CO., Battle Creek. Mich.
: 4.. f ...1 aa iuhrtur sad mcoirnl iiniii.. . ' ;. - f z.'-;rl
I. r.-i th i:tUI.1AL. and tbo -VHXtiJi C " W-S&rHf- ; 'C""' y' M , All
C j' l a full pHt-ulr ll n ur dr.l.ri, or wri-. ft!-i V " Zr'--''tZjJ
l u fr i;ltj;.-i.-.i t'lrcuiart, vhia mail trot. AdJr -0tlZ tW'l'vJ
" THE ItAEVILLE STOCK FAKM,"
AMJIOV, nOOIVE COUATV, WIU.
We have now a vory choice lot of pigs, of
can Ihus m.nte iiign for brcerlinr, and warrant
iMiBt a: or
One to two months old $15 each, or $2.' per pr
Five " seven " . " " " ?55
JE All m&'Ml
1 AlsTUF AOTO R Y
i- t if i o mmm4
sa. S3 q H I f : Y h i
HH iW-'S J&Xl-: I
e - rm r I . 1 ht- w , I
g" 11 n 50 & :W0km.
II II i S
11 " mi
Ii j I p p ? j j
Sherwood Keeps the Biggest Line of Boots & Shoos
In Cass County. 241y
Bwcrascaaasspasasuuj., jjuiijiiih wwammnm
617 St. Charles Street, St. Leols, M 0.
A rKu!r f r.Uual.of two X.dir.l Collrg... hubmnlonf
(seed in 111. iKiai trMlin.nl of.U V.urr.al.S.zual
and Chronic UMuei tl.n try ath.r niyficiu la St.
ltul.. ritr UHn .how. .nd I
1 ail oi rr.ia.iiu koor.
eo4. Strictur. Ck-chltla.
Reral. r Kupturs, a.11 Urinary Iisasea and
Syphilitic or Hrcurial AfTectlon. of tha Throat
Bk la or Bone., sr. Ir.Mwl vitn anpvaiiciM lueatw, oa
latMt Mi.atillc priocip:M. 6fly. PiiT.uly.
Sp.rrnatort S.xual lability and Xmpo
tancr.il k r.lt ef 8a!f-Afcux ia youtH, mu.I
mm. in maturw TMri, or vilwrcuM,.nd vkich prodyea
Haul th. follow inn elT.rU: Mr.oii.nn., Mmiul stni
.i.a., .riility, dimntfl of aiht. dfrtiv HHtw y, jpioiptaa
a ta face, phytiral d.y, .T.r.ioa to oeity ul f.m.lM,
aalu.iea T idM., losa af hxuiI power, ate., rradariiig
Biarriaga ltnpror.r er untappy. ra prmaiDUa
ur.d. CoMaiutioa al ofi!c. or br mail frM, arxi in.iwa,
Waaa it ia iueonfaint to Ti.it th. city fur trnlnxnt.
MliciBM aaa B. a.ni ay rr,au ar axpm. vT.rywnera. tur.
abla aaaM ruar&ntr.d, wb.rc doub: cziij4 i. frankly at. ltd
PimpilM In Ke, 1 a-aaj ; in rV.au, 1 tux ;
FARRiACE I OPa.
Blttant cloUi and eilt Hndlnr- tft4d for 50c.
is roture r earrracy. Orr fifty wonderful piijft.tur.
ITM W lii ; viicm on iu iwwipi lurfu : tt no ITTaiy
Burnr.wh Mt, why.
4CAy. auould marry
I if and htappinaM ntf
W iortftakd. Xli hhr-i'vkT 'trutaucttoa. ar4 many
Br RtN marrifa mr mm
ritd r m r.ira i:iuc larriax shaulal
ra4 ii. tha aHt mhW ! mr4 ky. afopular aditB
untiibvvt, but pr wtm,'j0 mm, S am. y ansil.
Fartaa ipn.y aara af tamiaal Wuknax. Irt Haalaad,
FraMatura lakiliry, Nrnitkni, lMaa.a.y, .f.i.a
fldaaj.ATar.iaa aa li.fr.tlT M,w.r. .,4 aJ.
XHaordar. arotifiitaa ay aarral llaaitj aad aa.....- -aarmajri.1
aaa th. iarrdnai. aa.rM..
R. wACOUK, Cka.aaal K., . ii.
HERE! S5 ia GOODS fcr 53 eli.
lilMartlM aaraataa. BO T MISS thb Ckun,
ia.alaa.la Dir.r-n.kiiia ItaraUl M It. T
a.r.a; i Mac,, r.v.faia r.a: a ai..f r.a. I aiirar-piaiM
H.:c.r; I flam H.ld.r ; I tterka Pa.ail ; 111m I.U
.Mtj If ibM. tat Far; I ti.O fatal f.. Pa,
aad t hie.M &Mrf far .Ia..ih. I.H.a. thir aaaaa Miliar M
rrrt.i All aeat far Fifty Casta). Siaaap. uk...
fanMB. ivra.y roiuai aHMja naawfai. wt.
WOT VAra. to ann
for oar Prlca l,lt for
1880. Fbbb to any
avlilre. - upon ap-
awrlptJon of erry
Ihtiiii rpiuirrl f.jr
t-r.onalor family r..
with oyer 1.200 Iil.x?rs' W i ail
FOda at wh'ile;1 prf--a im ntnrifr:r. ?
til uir'lir.iw-r. Tt -nii I rty i: . - I .. -.
l it iti ik- i ' . . ' .
fib A ma aav faw Mm A CMpracat tMalaMJ auai la aaek
f M I aw L.T coaaty m in. L.'. a. M Hil taa
Ijataradla af Taia Wm liaawiaj" ty MMcr.ixtaa.
Taauck aa. wtta rood rafereaaa, w. (arsaak tli Milt Im,
and (it Ictbh that will ta.r worktr er 10 a a.aala.
XidltM MlaBSATlOIAi. I'll. tO, Bui Ukl, St. Leu, ku.
ii iiii tt
ORIGINAL, AND ONLY CCKUIKF.
1'hrethliAg &cliinerjr and i-'oriaMe
I ATM, rV'tttsU. v WkULslUaJlID,
twi fill lii.uilhr I'l..r a...l 1 1 .ih.i fc. I
all ajjes and from six ilNtlm-t liniio.tutloiin we
eveiy pig pure Essex, or no siile. '
; two to three months oM $jo each, orjjinrr nr
Youiib .Sows bred ?o to m. '
"ii SOAP f'AKER:
98 2'EIl CENT. PURE.
Tl:e afrorurcfct a4 ptirmt I.-o tr.nle. V.'iJ
nalj la tot'oHof th Ix-st 1 -1 inuud ilarj Sup
ill &l uiiuU-j witliout I'oiliair.
'i"lie l.-t wntrr-xol'teutr 1",
1 '.o -jt i-ii.irp tn;it.
In.) loilownir ara (fuo cf t!io nrlr.inrnjrf
rbtijuxl by Uaiiag- Lcwia' 3 Ter Cuiil. l'jutiwl
7s miuor removalilo lid, oaHiiy tz,L : oil
r"? an J l.vlij)f the cimtt-uUoiix' tl. there-
a.n'r (inna Ttvuiif jir:icrn. ai
aim oilier J-yca. T.L;. ti. l-ii
oil' I m taa ctw. iutii uo
ilk'k rn).:nn a umiu-cr u aT
'a?! A the hve Ollt
(I N.i-..il. Tt !- r a fine
i v'ilcr. you era r".iivc :lio
jiil BU'l i-our out i.l t'i? ii'ii-
tci'U, ixiiiti aiwa) a reuy lur
f Third. A t"!pofnf r cir" can 1
" nMd. an in w:Ui?r-ol It-Dij-if. rcrnLlwiir.
etc.aiid tlie htl ruturtieu to ti; aTi.antl
theroby nave tlie t,a.'ai-o .f C":.ti-r.;M.
With other Lyca nil niunt 1? n..Mvcl
atouoe and uw in a t l.i-' , or
trentii is (riro.
Fourth. Ahwi!t:tcp'Tv. I ra
from ft:i a4lii!iidti"-M.
Flftaa. The bCrt Hoop ran l;o iUe In from Ui
to twenty minute, with tliih I.vo.
Sixth. No failure ii iwii'l: in tr -'Trir. r V- t
with this Lye wltun Uio n.m. . . t (
Hrrrnth. Ono can of t?i- Tr-r.er I N
equal to twenty pouutls of fc A (.r V
Kiirhth. One cTcf t-iia T.r.- v"l k . , -
Wiun'luior.of rrisylu..:'p:; . , ,
Lv. Ball I'll hii. r '
Ninth. This I.ye ti -jt ir i. - ,
ariy other Lye or r.iat b.
Tenth. One to two t f?c?z''
tub of the hardejit wr.d r.
Flrrrnth. One t-ja,- 1 ;
lHane rink,Trs in ....- t ;,
IriTaluable for kiliir: 1"
ii icaja axuua lur v.'
G.T.Lewis & II
rT-For iale by E. O. DOVEY & FOX. f; VTH
M AN & WtKBACH. F. S. WHITE. i.nl V.
11. EAKEit CO, and dealer, iii eent ral
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