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TH E -H-E R A L I)
TOriCS OF INTEREST.
i'i ' '
Trouble can always be borrowed at
The s 11 re which occurred nt.Tokio,
Japan, toward the end of last year de
stroyed, 12,000 houses, and left 40,000
people without shelter. '
ilont Blaiic is nol. tho hijlicsl emi
nence u Europei- Accdrding to the
latest measurements, : tl4 Jilburz, a
monutain of (ho Caucasian chain, ex
ceeds it bjr niorg tliag. 2300 feeL ' , C;.
The Irish stew missionaries are
found; to have wonderful power in
drawing crowds iu tho. East End .of
London. They gather their cold and
hungry flocks to feed them thrice a
week. ' ' ''. : i
It appears' that the million signa
tures appended to the famous protest
1rcaentcd to the French Parliament
y the opponents of the Education 1
bill are not all genuine,- A committee',
is investigating the matter, and start
ling revelations are anticipated '.
When General Oglethorpe" was' in;
Holland, a Prince of ' Wurtemburg,
fillippcd some wine into the Geueral'8
face. The General tnrnod his eye up
on him 'and remarked, "That was a
good joke, but we do it better in Eng
land," and thereupon threw a -glassful
Into the Face of the ! Prince. ' -
It gives some idea of the trade be
tween Minnesota and Manitoba that
the imports into , Manitoba" at Petn-,,
bina amounted- last year to 4448,344,
mostly in fur skins, and the exports
to $750,941, mostly in lumber," cotton
goods, catUo and meats, iron and steel,
plows, carriages, sugars and steam ves
sels. ' ' ; , .
It Is freely stated in court circles iu
England that the betrothal will short
ly be announced of the Duke of Genoa,
nephew of King Humbert, to the
Princess Beatrice, the Queen's unmar
ried daughter. The health of King
Humbert is said to be in a very unsat
isfactory condition. ,
The editor of the Frankfort (Ky.)
Yeoman accuses a Louisville paper of "
"eating dirt," to which the latter re
plies : "Then he had better keep out
of our way when we are hungry. "We
might swallow him, and although ho
is bogus, ho' would probably pass. 116
himself eats so much dirt that the hills
around Frankfort are likely to lose
Five of Dickens' children survive.
The eldestson, of tho same name, is
.the well-known proprietor of -'All
the Year Hound.-"; Henry; Fielding
Dickens is a successful barrister, and"
Edward Bulwer Lytton Dickens an
Australian sheep-t'armcr. Kate is thej
wife of C. A. Collins, author of;A.
Cruiso upon AVheels,"'an.l Mary,,the.
other daughter, remains -single.
Tho British ; Museum has recently.
purchased about one . thousand terra
cotta tablets, with' inscriptions refer-,
ring to tho history of Babylon.
Among them there is a tablet men
tioning King Samon-Irbn, hitherto
unknown, and who probably was one
of the sovereigns intermediary be
tween Cambyscs and Darius, A frag
ment of another- of theser tablets con
tains the design of one of the gates of
While the Duke de la Tremouille,
who, with the President of tho French
Republic, has leased the historical
huuting grounds of Itambouillct, was
shooting-" there , recently, ,'his foot,
caught in a trap, and he was precipi
tated into a pit which, by a system of
electric wires, communicated with his
chateau. He was soon rescued un
harmed, but greatly disgusted, inas
much as he had himself superintend
ed the setting of this and other traps
for poachers, and no member of tho
fraternity had yet been bagged, al
though poaching was as frequent as
ever. . .
The young Marquis of Lansdowne
has been spending the whole winter
on his Kerry estates in order person--ally
to conduct relief works. He has
been making roads, draining exten
sively, and otherwise providing work
for hundreds. Besides this, he has
bought large quantities of need pota
toes to retail at half price to needy
farmers. - He has only done what he
ought to do, but how few Irish land
lords have done as much. .
Prince Lobanoff, the new Russian
ambassador who has just reached Lon
don, and whoso style of living is of
barbaric splendor a happy mingling
of western usage with Oriental custom
is not as rich as he - was some years
since, but is still magnificent, and
reat things are expected of him. The
torso he rides is shod with silver: but
this is not vulgar display, but from a
conviction that silver is the best
metal for the purpose, and that the
horse thus shod is a better and mora
capable animal than when walking in
forged iron. - -
A big pig was killed at Brum's El
bow, N. Y., recently. The animal
measured 5 feet 2 inches round his
chops and 7 feet 1 inch in girth, was
7 feet long and weighed 1,101- pounds.
The operation of fattening it began
last September, and it was allowed 24
pounds of meal and 2 of sugar. It
was fed at 9 A.M. and 9 P.M., and also
between meals, as it were, at 3 P.M.
During the last two weeks it had to"
be fed with a ladle,- as it was unable
to feed itself. It was too at to walk
and too fat to see. It was of tho Ches
ter White breed, and was 3 years and
9 months old. ; .
It is well known that an alibi is
rather a dangerous defence. " The
prosecution has got to prove that the
prisoner was'nvhere the offence was
committed, aud he takes upon himself
an unnecessary burden by offering to
show that he was somewhere else. Oc
casionally, however, an alibi is toler
ably conclusive, as In the case of a too
cautious person who was , charged
with larceny and whose sole defence
consisted in the reiteration of the sin
gle phrase, "Gentlemen, . I wasn't
there." As he repeated the same re
mark to the Court after his conviction
he was asked, "Where were vou?" to
which he replied : "My Lord, I was
in this here jail," a statemeut which
turned out to be correct. Asked why
he had not said so before, he prudeut
ly, if not very logically, observed that
he thought it would go against him
with the jury if it were known that
he had been in prison.
In 1859absoiute starvation prevailed
for several months throughout Fin
land and along tho Baltic seaboard,
aggravated by a frost of unexampled
severity, which destroyed hundreds of
those who made for the towns in quest
of relief. In 1871 a yet more terrible
famine decimated tho population of
Northwestern China, many of the suf
ferers being driven to gnaw tho bark
from the trees, aud even to devour the
bodies of the dead. Similar horrors
were enacted on a smaller scale in East
ern ttussia duriug the great drought
of 1873. The failure of the Bengal
rice crop at the close of that year swept
away during the early mouths of that
year, at least half a million of lives.
The dearth In Bulgaria in 1873, and
that in Cashmere last year,. are still
fresh in public, memory, whilo the
present year has been ushered in by
three distinct famines in Ireland, in
Silesia, and in tho Persian province of
- A lady pointing to a load of three
bales of coltnu on her wagon yester
day remarked : "My gal Sal and an
other mule made them three bales this
season." Atlanta Constitution.
"As 1 was going over the bri lgo the
other day," said a native of Erin, "I
met Pat Hewing. 'Hewins.' says I,
How arc you?' 4Prctty well, thank
you, Donnelly,' says he. 'Donnelly,'
says I; 'that's not my name.' 'Faith,
then no more is mine Hewins J So
with that we looked at; aich other
again, an' sure enough it was naythcr
f .ne.'i- : . ' ' '
"How do you get on with your wife '.
nowadaVs?" was the question asked oh
one of the boulevards. "Splendidly,"
was .the reply, "we have just discover-
"And pray what is it?" was the next
question. "Why, you see," was the
reply, 'my wife aud 1 are never at
home at the same time. When sho
comes in, I go oat; and when I come
in, she goes out. The plan works ad
mirably, and we are both very ha p-
- An Irishman who had been over
whelmed by torrent of babble turn
ed loose upon liim by a verbose sim
pleton, with whom ho had attempted
to reason on some question of law or
gospel, was a day or two after, told
that the fellow was boasting of hav-"
ing gained a victory over him that
he had "utterly annihilated him."
Faith and that he did," said tho son
of Erin; "he demolished mo with ex
actly tho same kind of a weapon as
that wid whichSamsonof ouldslaugh
iered,tho Philistines!" z . . . .
The stage from Santa Fe, rolling
gently along through the clouds of
oust which belong to that region, pull
ed up suddenly to allow a traveler in
a long mustard-colored- duster to as
cend. He was,-of course, an English
tourist, and observed to his neighbor :
"ltum place I stopped at for refresh
ment just- now. Woman they' call
Axe-handle Fan. She's got a big axe
hand le, and if the unwary traveler ob
jects to the hash she lays him out with
it. I didn't grumble much myself, for
I noticed that her husband's head
looked like a prize pumpkin.' t '
Good Company, ($1.00 ;i year Spring
field, Mass.,) Number Eight, opens with
a story by Mrs. liebecca Harding Da
vis which is not lacking in her usual
vigorous touches. , The other- stories
are A'Tale of ; the North, Shore and
Not in ths Curriculum, beth from new
"Barberry Island" of the last num
ber i3 followed by "The Schoolmistress
on Barberry Island," equally attrac
tive, in a uaintsess. ... -..-.-.
' A readable paper on Archery" as It
is is by .Maurice Thompson, the welt
known authority on this subject. E
S. Gilbert contributes one of his fasci
nating. articles, entitled "Swing Flew
ers," whieU gives evidence of much fa
miliarity with .them. V
"Mr. George M. Towle writes interest
ingly of Castelae, the. Spanish states
man, and .Ldward Abbott gives .some
account of 'Mary Carpenter, the devo
ted English philanthropist, whose vis
it to this country some years since wil
There are also "Getting Breakfast
at Bruges," "The Preacher iu Print,'
"As to Family Newspapers," and oth
Andrew's Bazar for May
is richly laden with facts, hints and
items about dress that make it hearti
ly welcomed by the ladies. This en
terprising journal has a just celebrity
for its unique and practical designs in
ladies' fashions. In y addition to the
department devoted to the toilet, the
literary features of the May number
are superb. "Pellie's May-day," the
children's story, breathes the very air
of the woods, and will be read by the
oiaer memuers or the family with in
terest. Andrew's Bazar is published
at. the exceedingly low price of $1 per
annum, and every subscriber is pre
sented free with 50c worth of .Paper
Pattern. W. K. Andrews, Publisher,
Tribune Building, New York.
- .Million of iS.oth.ern cxpmm their Jo
light orcr CastorU. It is nature's remedy
for asaimilatine tliofood. Unlike Cat
tor Oil, it im pleasant to take, and
nnlik Iforphine Syrnpi, it i h&rmleci.
Cutoria regulate theBowela, destroys
OOUr Curd and Wind Lolic,
end allays 'Fe-reris&ness. What circa
kealth to the Child, promote! rest for
the Mother. ' Children Cry for Pitch
er's Castoria. It is the most reliable,
effective and popular article dispensed by
Since Ile&ILac reqaedies hare beea used t7
has there been known such absolute Pain"
relieving; agents aa the .-
They soothe, heal, and enre. They
HEAL Cats, Wounds. Gall. Old-Sores, Broken-breasts
and Sore Nipples ;
CURE Pain in the Eack, Rheumatism. Seia
, tica. Lumbago, Neuralgia. Ear-Ache,
Tetter. Timples, Itch. Salt lthoum. and
' all Flesh, Bone and Muicle ailmeaU of
SUBDUE Inflammation and Swellings;
RELIEVE Iioils, Felons. Ulcer. Sore Th roat.
Bronchitis, Croup and Quinsy ;
EXTRACT Pain from Burns. Scal U, Stints,"
Frost-bites, Sprains and Bruives.
The experience of centuries has made the
Liniments, the mott speedy and effectire
euratiye agents for
MAN and BEAST
the world has erer known. The Centaur
hare relieved more bed-ridden Crip
ples ; healed more frightful wounds,
and saved more valnnblo animals tan
all other liniments. oiuuuvii'F, oil, cxirm-t.
plasters and so-called "pain ki!ler" as.I
"skin cures" eoraMi.ed.
Physicians end -Yetvriniry Sure-con v
dorse the Centaur I.iaiirieuts: niiilicjis
of men, women end chtldrtn in nil -jt:c::i i
ate them, acd il.u krrpvr r'ar;r.r.
Planters. Trarelers. I.ivcryuirn, T-mnrtvr
and Stock-crow ers, are thtir p iru.y. T':t
are eleaa, they r bnii.y , i !. arc tlioi j.-.
and they are reliable. T'u r i i... r-ce.
pain, or swelling whirjj ;:n-y wi:i rt,.
riate. snhduc. or cure. f-oM lri i!n.:-
THE HA3I7ABI.I: CZ-O.T.
for 50 cts. and fltO t v........ . . ri
. . HRlCKlJiRlCKl -It
you want any
Fire or Ornamental Brick,
J. T. A. HOOVER,
LOUISVILLE, - - NEBRASKA.
Wines, L i q o u r s
Main Street, opposite the Court Iloune.
This place is Just opened, new, good goods of
all kinds. We want to keep a good house and
please our customers.
t REMEMBER THIS. 91y.
J F. BAUMEISTER
Furnishes Preh, fure Milk,
Sueclal call attended to." and Fresh 3111k
from same cow furnished wheu wanted.
NEW HARDWARE STORE.
J. S. DUKE
Has just opened an entire new stock of hard
ware, on .
Kext door west of Chapman u Smith's Dni
' A Full Line of
SHELF , HARDWARE,
SHOVELS, RAKES, SPADES and
ALL GARDEN TOOLS.
NAILS, NAILS, NAILS, by the Ke$
ROPE, POWDER, SHOT, GRIND
A Full Line of I TI.EKY.
Special Rates W Guilders and Con
All coodd sold. as Ifn t they posuiblv can b
hihI live. Uv
, - HORSE SHOEING,
' WAGON KEPAIEIKG
All kinds of
Neatly & Promplp
Horse, Mule & Ox Shoeing,
In short, well shoe anything that ha?
four feet, from a Zebra to a Giraffe.
, Come and see us.
: ISTIS W SHOP :
a Filth St between Main and Vine Streets,
ust across e corner from the nkvt HEKAL
NO CHANGING OARS
) FROM (
OMAHA, COUNCIL. BLUFFS, NEBRASKA CITY
or PLATTSMOUTH to
Where direct connections are madewith
Through Sleeping Car Lines
NEW YORK. BOSTON', PHILADELPHIA,
AND ALL EASTERN CITIES.
The S7zort Line
Vis PEORIA for
INDIANAPOLIS. LOUISVILLE, CINCm
NA TI, and all pnintin the
TIIK IIKST LIF. FOR
Where Direct Connections are made in the
UNION DEPOT with Through Sleeping Car
Liaes for oil polutsiHOL'TH.
The Shortest, Speediest and most Comfortable
via HANNIBAL ta
FL SCOTT, DENISON, DALLAS, HOUSTON
A USTIN,SAN A NTONIO, GALVESTON,
, au all points iu
Pullman 16-Wheel Palace Sleeping Cars.
C, B. & Q. Palace Drawing-Room Cars,
With Horton's jReclininfr Chairs. NoiExtra
Charge furSeatin Keclimng Chairs.
The famous C.iJ. & Ci. Palace UiningfCars.
Fast Time. Steel TJail Track and Superior
Equipment combined with their Ureal Through
Car Arranaement. makes thin, above all others.
the favorite Houte to;the
AST. SOITU OIt;80L'TII-EAST.
TKY IT. andlvou.will find TRAVELING a Lux
uryinstcad of a Discomfort.
All information about! Rates of Fare. Sleep
ing Car Accommodations, and Time Table.
will be cheerfully given by applying to
James II. Wood,
" OeneralTassenger Kg't, Chicago.
HOTEL. CITY HOTEL
First clas Lodging Rooms.
First Class Boarding. .
Good Sample Rooms
Everything and every comfort
A Good Hotel cangFurnisli
Also, Good Wines. Cood Beer. Good Liquors,
Good Lemonade. Good Cigars,
Kept at the Citj Hotel.
Uly FRED. GOOS, Proprietor.
SIGN, CARRIAGE and ORNA
Shop over the Brick Block
next to H Boeck's.
4' & , : -- -V-- : :t
Sole Appointing Agent for
The Unrivalled Mason A Ham! la
Also State Agent for the Henry F MP.Ter and
W. C. Emerson Co. Pianos.
at office. Sixth, one door south of Main St.
Will do well to examine our
New Mason & Hamlin
NEW BRICK YARD.
I am go iui; to
' this spring and want to
MAKE THEM CHEAP,
that people can build
BRICK HOUSES INSTEAD OF FRAME.
I shall contract and
Build BRICK Houses
the coming year and would like those
Intending to Build to
give me a call before looking elsewhere
At my place on Washington Avenue or at F,
S. White's Store on Main Street, Plattsmonth
New Firm !
JONES & AG NEW,
Brick Livery Stable.
PLATTSMOUTH, - - NEBRASKA.
ine oiu tsonner stables, in riattsmouth. are
now leased by Jones & Agnew, and they have
onnanaxsew anu nanasoine accommodations
in tne snape oi
HORDES, CARRIAGES, BUGGIES,
Wi are prepared to keep HORSES
FOR SALE s TRADE!
Train and Break Colts
On Reasonable Terms.
That with plenty of room (that ever
Knows we nave) in our stable, we can &
ers' stock and wagons, loads of hay, &c, under
cover, wiiere tnev will keen drv
Thanking all the old patrons for their liberali
tv.wesoiicit their trade for the future, satisfied
that we can accommodate them better and do
Detter oy tnem than ever before.
501y JONES & AGNEW.
GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS.
Large stock of
BOOTS and SHOES
CLOSED OUT AT COST
and in fact everything youeau call ftrin
the line of
CASH PAI1 FOR HIDES AND FURS..
All kinds of country dhhUku (akuii iu ex
change for oods.
OLD AMD RELIABLE. !
D& Sanobd's Liver Invigoratob!
is a, Standard Family Remedy for
diseases of tLe Livor, Stomach
Z JD 1- Ti- iv , f
J Vegetable. It never Hi
'Debilitates Tt ia
ii and bj the pnblio '
iur more man no yean,;
SEND FOR CIRCULAR.
to t Mf csitrnDn ti n la broadwat
niarntf lliUi MZWIOIUOITI
S in BsrccHf in. rru.TMT iw t.M.i..
ri c " .- f jp m .
onlo. IS-frilllll U&i-T'.l" S
SrfBal tilPJ?. in my practice!
BMW .WV . MTBIllW J
WHO IS UNACQUAINTED WITH THE
occ " t r-Awmimnu
CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC R. R.
IS THE GREAT CONNECTING LINK
Its main line runs from Cbicaco to I'oimcil
Bluffs, p&ssing through Juliet. Ottawa, I.n Salle,
Geneseo. Mollne, Kcic Island. Davenport, West
L.lbrtT. Iowa C ity, Marengo, Brooklyn. Grinnell.
Des Moines (the capital of Iowa). Ktunru Atlan
tic, and Avoca ; with branches from Bureau
Junction to Peoria; Wilton Junctiou to Musca
tine, Washtncton. Fairfleld, Eldon, Belkn:ii,
Centreville, Princeton. Trenton, Gallatin. ( oni
ron, Ijeavenworth. Atchison, and Kunwis City;
Washington to Sigoorncr. Oskaloosa. and IZuox
Tille; KeokuK to FarminKton, Konapurte, Hen
tonsport. Independent. Eldon, Ottumwa, Elcly
Tllle. Chtkalooca, l'ella, Monroe, and Des Moines:
Newton to Monroe: Des Moinos to Indian, ilaimd
Wintereet; Atlantic to Lewis and Auduoon; ui-d
Aroca to Harlan. This is positively the only
Railroad, which owns, and operates a through
line from Chicaieo into, the State of Kans:s.
Through Express Pnssenprr Trains, with Pull
man Palae Cars attached, are run ivtcli v.y l:-.ilT
between Chicaoo and ProuiA, Kansas Citv.
C'OCKCIL. Bl.tTKFS. L.EAVIKWOHTH and ATCHI
SON, Through cars are also run between Milwau
kee and Kansas City, via the "Milwaukee and
' Jtock Island Short I.tne."
The MUreat Rock Island" is mneniticontlT
equipped. Its road bea is simply perlcct, and its
track is laid with steel rails.
What will Dleasa you most will be the cleayure
Of enjoying your meals, while pussing- over the
beautiful prairius of Illinois and Iowa, in one of
our maenillcent Dmins Cars t hat accoaipany nil
ThroaKh express i rains. 1 on ijet. an em;r
meal, as soon as is served in any first -class hutc-l
Appreciating the fuel tuut a raaj.:r;tr or ti:o ;
people prefer separate apartments lor dtnereut
purposes (aud the immense pasener lus:iiess !
of this line warranting it, wo are pl.-aw.Hl t an
nounce that this Company runs J'utimitn I'.tUti .
Sleeping Cars fur sleeping purpust-s, and I'akut I
PULUIAN PA LACE OAKS nrn-
COrXCIt, ULIIFFS, KAX1A CITV.
Tickets vl this Line, known sts the
all Ticket Atenu In the Viilte-1 su its
Jror istornation not outaicauc it
O rv r "3
C 3 ?
r J-T 2. C
C ra S5
? V Tl
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d5 e C
H. A. WATERMAN & SON
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Matu street. Corner of riftli.
I'LATTSMOUTJI, .... XEB.
Still Better Rates for Lumber
LIVERY SALE AND FEED:N":E!W
Carriages always on Hand
HEARSE FUNERALS, i
tajj:e uotice i
I want aliof my aceounts settled to date
anl I shall do no more credit business. All old
accounts must lie settled up, and no new ones
will be made. I'nless such accounts are settled
shnrtly they will be sued.
I wish to do astiictlyca.su business iu fut ure
again comes to the front with his large stock
of piece goods, and makes his stand
ing olTer ef a
FIT OR HO GASH OUT !
on every suit that lie measures for. You can't
miss the place as you go down street.
Opposite the Court Iiotue.
48tf all anb sec Jfjim !
Wago-n, Buggy, Machine and Plow re
pairing, and general jobbing
I am now prepared to do all kind s f repairing
ui lanii ana niner maeninerv. as mere
ii a good lathe in my shop.
PETER RA U EN,
The old Reliable Waon Maker
has taken charge of the wagon shop.
He is well known as a
NO. 1 WORKMAN.
Sew Wagons) and Ctneslex made to
Shop on Kixth street uiosit S'reluht's Stable
T'ainler C- Grainer.
ALL KINDS OF
fainting, (Srabing. (Slasing,
& piper pHugiu
Also, Decorations of all kinds.
Painted in Good Style.
FRESCOING A SPECIALTY.
. B.Taylob, J. Valleet, Sr.,
CEOCRAPHY OF THIS COUNTRY, WILL
i n i -j mr-f i n m I inc.
BETWEEN THE EAST & THE WEST!
it 1 1 1 ii 7 Curt for eating purposes only. One other
preat fenture of our Paluce Cars is a pMOKlNIi
SAI.ofiN where you can enjoy your "Havana"
at ail hours of the day.
Maitnitlcent Iron Bridges span tbo Mississippi
and Missouri rivers at all points crossed by this
line, and transfers are avoided at Council Bluffs.
Kansas City, Leavenworth, and Atchison, con-iic.-tiiii.s
Ix-ing made In Union Depots.
TDK PIll.NCIPAI. K. K. CONNECTIONS OP
THIS (,IU:AT 'lUBUL'GU LLN AUK A3
At HiCAGO. with all diverging lines for tha
tast and houth.
At ENtiiruooD, with the LS.iM. S- and P
Ft. W. AC. K. Rd.
At Wasuinuxo.v IIkigiits, with P., C. & St.
u it. n.
At I. a Sai l?:, with IU. Cont. R. It.
Atl-uoitiA. with P. P. J.; P. D. AE.s I. B. &
V.' : lil. Mid.: and T. I. ii W. Rds.
At iUKK Isi.ani. with "Milwaukee & Rock
Is!;. nd Hinrt I'inc." and Rock Isl'd St Peo. Rds.
At i'a vtxpouT, with the Davenport Division
CM. .v St. P. 11. K.
At West KtUEHTY. with the B.; C. R. N.R.B.
At CiaN iKI U with C entral Iowa R. K.
At l)i:.s Moi.nks, with I). M. P. D. R. R.
.Ul iii-Ntii, BI.t-FKS. with Union Pacific R. R.
At omaiia. with B. & Mo. It. tt. R. in Neb.)
Alt l.--llH"Sjl-NCTtONwith B..C. tt. & N. ER.
At (Nii'mwa, with Central IowaK.K. :
St. I.. & 1'iif.. and C. B. k O. R. Kds.
At KLuki k. with Tol.. I'eo. it War.; Wab St
I.ou:j Pac. and St. t... Keo. & N.-W. R. Kds.
At i'amI'.hus, with II. St-J. tt. R.
At ATc.'iirus. with Atch.. Topeka & Santa Fe:
Atch. & and fen. Hr. U. P. U. Rds.
At I.ea ve.vwokth. with Kan. Pac., and Kan.
Cent. a. lids.
At Kansas Citv, with all lines for the West
run thioiiffh to PKORIA , 1E MOTXE9,
ATt lHSOX, LEAVWOBTU.
"li--;t 12.cL. Island Kuote," are sold by
year uoiuc ticu.es omce. anami.
Uen'l Tkt. and Pass'gr Agt.,
O. F. JOHNSON,
All Paper Trimmed Free of
ALSO DEALER IN
Prescriptions Carefnlly Compounded
by an Experienced Druggist.
REMEMBER THE 1'LaCE
Gt7i ST. DOORS SOUTH OF MAIN
G-OO DS ! I
JN0. HONS & SOX,
BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS.
At O. Guthniau's old store. .
A FULL LINE OF
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
NEW AND FRESH.
of every description.
Choice and Fancy Candies
and all kinds of
CIGARS AND TOBACCOS,
of ilie best brands.
CHRISTMAS TOYS, &&, dC
in endless quantities.
Fresh Bread Daily.1'
Don't fail to Call. .
8SIy J. BOXS & SON,. Prop s.
23' U rJV a W J3k. BiC.JBCS 9
ETC., ETC., ETC.
One Door East of tlie rost-Olliee, I'lattHinouth,
Practical Workers in
SHEET IRON, ZINC, TIN, BRA-
Z1ERY, dc., dc
I-.rge assortment of Hard ana Soft
Pumps, Gasa Pipes and Fittings.
Wood aud Coul Stoves for
HEATING Oil COOKING,
Always on Hand.
?ry vaiiety f Tin, Sheet Iron, and Zine
vurK, Kepi in aiocx..
MAKING AND REPAIRING,
Done on Short Notice.
Sr- E VER TTHINO WARRA NTED !
iice i.off onx
Excelsior Barber Shop.
J. C. BOONE,
One door west of SoloinonIl-JNathan'B Stor
SUA VI KG AND SHAMPOOING
Especial attention given to
CUTTING CHILDREN'S AND LA
1TT Vn (STV P.nOW flFX'T.i
And iret a hoon in a
Physicians say they are in every way Superior to '
the ordinary slow-action Porous Plasters used
for this purpose.
NICHOLSvSHEPARD & CO.Battle W,KcIl
viivimrviiT . , ... r""- Tiia.rtST. tK.r. u.l all other
I'ur.mitr, urtly KtKiai.ar, .ad Ffaaty catlralT an.n.'n'i ia oih r mak. i. Htram -l'owcr (Miil.r. -.i ",, .'
''rjT' 'f'r!i,r rrr "'",f eprmlor. fnm dell Kw.i lwl XtIi-k linproifj Jli.ur:-1 i. -r.. r.
r of Prttpr-rti! hiA (-onclntioaa Ituslnraa I"';"-. witbuai ciiuir vl huiK lo-at;i.n -
a?iit, laratsk. a snouj guarantee for auparuir vji mni bouoriinl A- ithnr.
5 IJT3fl5j l Tl" "n1erfnl mnemm and iMi.uUrtf
USU I IUC1 1 ("r Tmn.rom Mahioor; hatilriicn
iuachi4oa to tLe a ail : hi nea various tuakera ara now al
mi i. aiii4 auit palat oj infariuc and moD(ral luiuaii. ..a.
wai Faa.oa (oaa.
St wmdh cxacrimrnlnl and wai thloM narhinFrT. If t t
sil,crt tb "OUIUI.IAL." and iUm -UEXt iMC"
17 or run partU-nlnrs all on our dnlrra, or wrlta
t m for llluatratcj ireulara, ahieh we mall froc. Ad.lr
KICH0LS, SHXPAXD ft CO., Battle Creek,
"THE KAEVILLE STOCK FAHJ1,"
ASIIIO, IIOOM: COl'XTY, aVEU..
cr. jo. "VJnsriDOEnsr, Propv.
We have now a verv eholee lot of nlcrs. of all sitres nnd from s!y f1Utint lmi.mi-.iiAi,. .
can thus mate piy for breeding, and warrant
One to two months old $13 each, or.$2."per pr ;
Five " seven " " iM ' " $r5 "
BEST FARMING LANDS
FOi: SALE BV
IX T Kit It A HA.
Great Advantages to Buyers
Ten Tears Credit at 6 per cent Interest,
Six rears Credit at 6 per cent Interest,
and 20 per cent Discount.
Other Liberal IiMeounts For Cash
lleliate-M on l'aron sml KrelsrhtH,
nun i-i-emi limn tr improve
ments. Pan:pl.et. and Maim, containing full partie
uiars ill be mailed free to any part of the
WOi i.l Oil .-ippin-Mi ion io
LAND COMM1KSIOXEK. 15. & M. 11. IU
A. G. HATT
JUST OPENED ' AGAIN.
New, Clean, First Clans Meat Shop,
on Mam Street Corner of f.th, I'lattsinoutb
Everybody on hand for fresh, tender meat.
i DAV GUARANTEED uting out
WELL AUGR & DRILL in good
territory. Endorsed by Governor
cr IOWA, ARKANSAS & DAKOTA
CtaI:g.ifrM. V.0ILZ3.Ct. UtU. iCo.
61? St. Charles Street, St. Louis, Mo.
A rvu:-v fcTiti. vt M'two fi "o?; -c. hm hern tonfrvr
ftnd Lt:u'r.:t 1 tv. u liitn inv ihr I'hvfiii-iAa inlSi.-
abotiii. as city ff-.r r ho, anti k. I old reaioenia know.
faypnilis. C--i.-4.ri ca-u.Ori t. SU ictitre.Oachitls,
IT(Tiia, or J . p'-ur. til Urinary X:ceuf69 and
Syphilitic cr 'bletcv. il Atloctiuas of tho Xbroa.t
&x.a or iXOf fi, tr--a . J with uxpatrrflle.ed aucccw, u
Istft ftcintiH prjt.c !!(. SuUiy. I rivitelT,
urur:i u.e iu:wi.i; riiT.; iirranii;t:,, CtlllllUl fltia
itK. uiii: iiy. tlimm ol tl- i n c n- nio v tunii.iM
OB tle fitvr. plivnt-al Jo-aT, .irm t' fu icty urfrnialc.
ouiuvtan uf iti3, ls vl avxit p-j-r. t., rntifrit'
Biarr:afr4 iop-r r v?. ere rrrnuiiM-ntly
tirrd. twtt-u 'TJltf.n ct :n;f , . . i-v : uil frri. U1 mvitrd,
Wbm iC it ini-oirt iici.i t x .iM! r tt!T tor tn etnM-ut,
irvuiCiiivi no vy . i r r- rv'TT iwi . (. nr-
ftble caMCf guuia.t'vrii, v. hrrt rtiubt rxit it t frankly uluttrd
Pi'i:a, for bv.t. 2 L' rrrs " Ct i-r. 3.
In po." or currency. Ovt iit v wo;idrriiil ben nii tnrrt.
tru-j to life ; Article on tS Ui io ;u.jj.cu : V.w mar
ano-ry, ho nrt, whf. l.itj.j i.v.-.nffrima, 'hrtcal
t r.9 tutu .1 t.ii-r; . i r- rid hupp. n- my
mure. Tliwe wa-rd -r m n.irr tte houid
read H. ihm Vi'Ut t,i:r L:r' & k.-v. iVWmr rd.tirn.
ttui as alova, nut purer .-. M. . g-. f'fc ns uaiit
ia A wr ji a.
yr .pely cnr af Scurf ny Var-. l,
niriitirf Liij(v, rsrrvnu!'. I '-.--ciirr. l a
f Ideaa, A vertion V rVritr- I rtri ve r- ;
Piaordort brought M by .- , I : k h, . r. i t ...... . .
truce t haa the !nr't.t. 'Hr-.
ilrt- JACO J&a, 7Cinat, !t;. -
QCE HEnE $5 in 5003S fcr S3 fc.
J3LRaU.lartlm Gaaraulrml. DOS T IM Ikatliun.
a 19 valuabJ luuncr-utjiiifiy Scrati; 10 Aw:, ria
turr. i J M Faaotata f; 2 St.el F.ni : I 5flvr-fl.t
H..ar; I Flu, HoiJ.r; Kul.brr t P.aaif ; It faa Ea..!-
If .atria ana Paper; I l.i lUok laal fyaa. roai,
anJ Chin.M S.r.f for rlntir.f Im.a. Ibir BWaar lliaC "
rr.f.l All sent lor H!'T WOU. Slampa laaaa.
pma. IcTS I la IO KOOat ttj;, Hra.ataarB,-Kaw unrj.
HOT FAIt, t
for our Price Listor
180. Fek to
.ii)rej upon ap-rll-'!oi..
te!n riitioii of every
th'iiir renlr-l f.r
i i srttal or faintly up.
with orcr 1.2(V Iili-.i!r:t'ltii. W i- l all
triKKl nx wholeta'c .rl.- s I i rjitaritltiM lo !:ilt
Hi- jtirch:.sr. Tir itii I i?rl. ii' :om I:i Ani-rira
w.'io rn-i Kt l ' r--!-::t i-- '.Kit
iiOM'lillMiltV 'I .1 . . i &..
iil.V il:t :tx. :. x, ..!...:.;. !1L
a . . n a, a aa F" A comix tanl dkudcm man lu eaca
.".J J Tr.TT. S...US" tr aubarr.Biiuo.
To.uctta.ro. mtr""" '
uxl rite lcrr. thai will l..ar. a eorker oter i!0 a aiaeth.
U i 1 .11J;.N AllOiil. riB. IU, UOI i-i, Bl. i.ia, M.
II I i M
unibinsb Anu unLI UcPiulNE
ThrcsMnj; Machinery and PortiiM
.and Traction Eaghtb.',
T'.tr. rr a.OABI ot riuu.-c !..,;. m.- m, '
M l'l''l:i.Kri.4 for Orl.Rrlri, Tlia-tat it-e. rrf-t
Cl-ii'ii f . h'.oi.J nd Thorough Wurk.
I .((Itl'AkAlll.K In tt ;i -.. . . ' et.om
ot 1 vu, Twrwua H vrkmauallln. r.i t..i.u 1 m
Jim- ' i.f V . 1.1.
,M inVf.LOt'A for Hill, mrrriar v
: Iu m t n.l.
f s.iul Tl.1 wnl.
Oraif.ktiJ ..i.rMy knawa a. the vriiy .
dSnAT'? - v.'Mr.W- t-tty.-i ur-l":xS-
f(Jt iirQf- T7 1 Il-ai
SKK? At7! ViJua,; J.J
eveiy pig pure Kssex. or no sale. '
two to three months old .?2n eaeh or35iier ir
Youiik Sow9 bred 540 to foo. '
BATES & K0H1TKE.
New Carpenter shop on Main Street
Corner of 7th.
Bates & Kohnkc,
and general workman in the
Retail Lianor Dealer.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Billiard TIall and Saloon on
Main street, four doors from Sixth at
Neville's old place.
BEST BRANDS OF CIGA RS, A LES,
Itemember Tlie Xante and l'lnc.
uy James Graoe.
Livery, Feed & Sale
Or an Old Stable in nein hands entirely.
The New I'lnn of
HOLMES & DIXOX,
open the old
STREIGUT BA UN,
on the Corner of (.th-and Pearl Streets with a
New Livery Outfit.
GOOD HOUSES AND CARRIAGES at all
HORSES FOR SA LE,
1TORSF.S DOUOHT AND SOLD,
HORSES KEPT II V THE DAY OR WEEK.
Call and see HOLMES & DIXON.
In ronnthtv. 100-niura Srrao Itooknf lhacraim rt
Ale World n Literature. Single cop. 'Jic.. or 2 tfor
Jar. An Oil Chromo fl4ivl inchnri of ' Yoaeinite
Valh-y." price. 3; Black Shoxn." d H.WIbotOj. in
fiftpnr biitiline; "Christian Oakley ' Milak," m Ml
uok. in pattT biDdins, and a aainple copy of "Wood
Hoiiftttliokl Maxaxine all Doat-naid. for only 30 ocnta
In mony, or in one-cent poataee atunpa. AooQts
wanted. Mnt liberal term, hnt nothma ant free.
Addrew S. ti. Wood "Vribuue Uaildm, how 1 urk VML
1 KEtfyi FAMILY SOAP TAKER:
03 PIJl CENT. PURE.
Tho Hfroni:- nd nnrent Lrtt mila. -Will
ma!:c 1 i -on ua.s .f the 1-Ht lvrf iiiixod IXaxd Boap
in -J luMiilt.-w vitbout boiliniT.
j tin wnEer-aiolleuer v-
ri'l!i leyi tliniiifrrtnnt.
'I t i ( ftillowrnir a.rn aoiiiA rrf tliA aJv.nl.vM
rbuiuod by unuitf Lwiai' W Tor C&ut. 1-uwUcrod
Mm. i t in piriw in an iron ran witn
a Flip or rnmovalilo IM, eaaily taken off
) ari'i loavinif the conU-nteexjoied, tnere-
Liy aavintr the trouble, aunoyanoe, aua
innter (from nymir 1-arricionr. nm
vnu oturr J.yeai. woi'x, tMruiaj
aoiri ia tlie can., tnniti
broken with s hrnrnr to ret
tbe Lye out.
hrrond. IE Demir a nne
powder, you can rnove ttie
jl j an J fxiur oux au ui mo-tt-ntat,
beuiif aJwaya reauy tor
Tlifrfl. A tiiroonfol or more can be
iiiakLu in water-aoftenlijtr. avrrubbiiur.
etc.. and the B l returned to the can. and
thereby aave the balam of ooutent
With other Iyen all miiKt ! diaitolved
atoooe and unci iu a abort tiuie, or the
atrr-rurtn la irnntr.
, Kaartb. A baolnte maWf v. aTrara
from all aJulteratiorui.
vtvi.- Tha rwrfc Hoao can be ti.i in from f n
to twenty nuniit wjtii this lye.
Miath. Nu failure ia rowi(l In rnjk'iir Sr.n
with thia I-ye whtin the auuple iuroct.uua gaea
Srvf-nih. One can of tnla Powitcr-i T
equal to twenty pouula of fcal boua cr Waitia?
h.lclitn. erne can or xnia j,yo fc.vvra.fv or
pound more of frra.so tbjiii aiy fjliiei-C.
Lye, Ball Potash, or 8auiili:r.
Ninth. Thia I.ye i n per ccrt. etr-c-
-rr 1-j: a
an v otlier Lre or Fota? h.
Tenth. One to two t aspocnula JJ
tun of the haxdmt water.
Kleventh. One Uwprrr.t.-.l w l t
adeauae Binka, Drain, or ;irrv.
Invaluable for kilknjr r-arh.', ?f
Xha beat arUcla fur r.--.inu x.-jc.
ItAXTTTACTt llEO OS7.I XT
IWoT sale by E. C. DOVEY & PON. GUTH.
MAN K WKCKIiACM, F. . WHITE, and W.
XI. BAKLK tS: CO, and dealers la ireuerai.
a . b aa
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