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I am content to sit nil 'lay anil d renin;
To let my bark drift i lly down the strenm.
With half-closed eyes, and folded. titleless
To drift by forest, glade, and smiling land
The Spring is dawning on the cazer earth,
The hours are throbbing with its happy birth
But I I -would not care if Spring should go,
And come no more with bloom and fcong and
I do not care for stars np in the sky,
Nor roses in the dust, nor birds that fly;
They are so full of life they tire me more.
Like seas that moan upon a barren shore.
I do not care for dizzy mountain heights
Where suns eternal shine. The moonless
Bring me more peace. The world sits in the
And I with all the world hare, haply, done
I am too tired to smile. I do not care
For life, or death, or lore, or din despair;
I am so tired that Heath would be a friend
If it brought rest sweet reist .hat would not
Will Toa Answer Truly, Dear I
BT ROBERT I rtOXE.
There's a question I would ask you,
Will you answer truly, dear?
Oh, how happy it would make me
If you're happy wiien I'm near.
How my heart will throb with pleasure
When your sparkling eyes I sec,
To bo near thee aye is heaven,
Does it happy render thee ?
Tell me truly, no one listens
To this question soft and low
But the stars, and they are silent
As our thoughts that come and go
Is it fancy, pray, that prompts mo
To be hopeful, full of cheer?
Is it by thy smiling face
You tell me yon are happy, dear?
BT IXEZ IRVINO.
Kato Falconer stepped into the
down town office of a doctor to see
about a sick friend of hers. She found
two or three in the reception room be
foro her. She stepped out into the
hall arrain. "I'll cro in here, so I won't
have to wait all the
thought, pushing the door gently of a
little room on the other side of tho
hall, that was adjoining the doctor's
private office. Her light footsteps
made no sound on the carpet. She sat
down, as she heard him talking to
some one. "I shall be the next," she
thought ; "I hate to wait and leave
George alone so long." She tried to
recall all the symptoms, favorable and
otherwise, so as to recount them pre
ciscly when he should be disengaged.
In the midst she heard a woman's
voice, an I an unmistakable sob.
"1 loved the ground he walked on,"
Kate could not help but hearing, "and
he said he loved me and would marry
me as soon as his business was in a
better condition. But when when I
told him this he said I could never be
his wife ; that he was engaged to a
lovely girl, who was high-spirited
and far above such as I, ami who
would never think of allowing such
intimacy ns I had allowed him, until
she was his wife. To think that ho
should throw it in my face when I
did it all through love of him !" and
then the voice broke down entirely.
Kate was a rather preciae little girl
herself, but she had a true womanly
heart. She felt a swift, genuino pity
for the wiougcd one, and thrill of in
dignation against her betrayer. She
heard the good doctor's voice in kind
ly sympathy. "Dear, tender-hearted
man," sho thought. "How many ot
other people's burdens ho takes on his
shoulders," a3 he went on and tried to
soothe tho girl, and told her that tho
man was not worth the love of her
true womanly heart, urging her to try
and forget him, to take the burden
and responsibility of motherhood up
on her as bravely as she could, and try
to lire down the past.
'I pohM take it readily if I were his
w iff." sobbed the girl, '"but the dis-
"Wc will manage that for you, so
that it need not becomo public," he
'Oil, thank you; thank yon," said
the girl, "I knew I should feel better
if I came to sec you."
"I am glad you came. Is he in tho
"Yes; and I don't care if I tell you
his name; it is George Tiilston. He
is a cashier in a bank."
The words came distinctly to Kate's
ears and made a cold shudder run over
her. That is the name of her lover,
the sick man she has just left, and that
is his business. He has been boarding
with her mother for about a year, dur
ing which he has made love to her so
successfully that she has promised to
Her brain whirled madly. She
ceased to care what his symptoms
were. She felt she should sulfocate if
6he stayed in there another moment,
and on a sudden impulse sho got up
and went down stairs and along the
street homeward. Her thoughts were
in a wild hurly-burly. For the time
indignation was uppermost of every
other feeling. She would go right
home and tell him she had found him
out." She would let him see whether
6he was to be duped to believe that he
was an honorable man when he was
such a scoundrel. He should find out
that his sickness had not made her so
soft-hearted that she could not retali
ate. Here she had been waiting upon
him, hand and foot, and coaxing him
and sympathizing with him all these
weeks! Kate almost ground her pearly
teeth at the recollection, an I at that
moment, in her headlong rush, was
pushed by somebody against a portly
old gentleman with such force that
she nearly lost her breath. Without
heeding his look of injured dignity,
6hc recovered herself and went on. In
a few minutes more her raxid, excited
walk brought her home. Altogether
oblivious that the doctor had said that
any excitement would bring on a re
lapse that would probably be fatal,
she went straight to his room, in a
state ot mind as far removed from san
ity as could be found outside of an
"I am glad you have returned so
soon," he taid, with a faint smile as
she entered, his eyes resting upon her
There was no response from her as
usual, but she walked across the room
and 6tood by his bed-side, lie felt
there was something unusual in her
manner, but she did not allow him
space to reason much about it.
"What hare you been doing?" she
said, looking down upon him with a
cold, unsympathizing face.
His eyes met hers with a wild,
startled look. Her manner seemed to
'i'ou have asked me to marry you,
and you have wronged and ruined
that poor girl I Do you think I would
marry you now ? Never I I despise
you. I don't pity you to be sick. I
wish I never had pitied you. You
might as well sutler as her!"
The sick man only 6tarcd at her
wildly, and seemed to make an effort
to follow Iit rapid speech.
"Why- vhat " he faltered, an I in
a few minutes Kale 6a w a sudden
change for the worse. That sobered
her. She saw what she had done. Sho
remembered too late tho doctor's in-
junction. Calling herself an idiot not
to waituniil l.e was better, she ran
for her mother. But they, could do
nothing, lie was souji raving i.i w.ld
d 'lirium. Kato put on her hat with
trembling linge:-, and wondering if
there was ever a girl so miserable aa
her.elf, ran for the doctor, lie came
and stood by ihe budsi..e looking very
"1 did not expect this. He was do
ing so nicely yesterday. He has had
eoiii.; sudden excitement that has
brought on a relapse," he remarked in
a low tone, with tho bounding pulse
under his lingers.
"Don't Kate, don't look at me in
that way !" the insensible man said,
piteously. "Who is that girl ? Why
won't you answer me ?"
The doctor tnrne 1 questioning eyes
on Kate as she stood cowering by the
bedside looking on the havoc she had
wrought by her hasty wor.ls upon the
"Are you at the bottom of this?" he
asked in a tone that sounded to poor
Kate unusually stern.
"I suppose I am. But oh, 'doctor, I
am so miserable. I " and here sho
began to cry.
He said no more to her until he had
administered a medicine to the sick
man, and then, without a wor.l, he
took her hand, and led her into the
"Now tell me what your trouble
is." he 6aid kindly.
And Kato sobbed out the whole
"1 am glad I can relieve you of one
of your troubles" he s ud. holding her
trembling hand in his.
"You have jumped at conclusions
too hastily. Witii your impulsive
temperament you cannot guard your
self too careiully. You heard the
name and got up at onccai.d left. You
should have heard the wiole story.
When the unhappy hirl told me the
name and employment of her betrayer,
I thought at once of my patient and of
you, because 1 knew you loved him.
You thought I did not know," as Kate
looked at him in surprise. "I am not
easily deceived about such things, you
know. I at once questioned her about
his personal appearance. She de
scribed him as short and stout, with
dark complexion, heavy black whis
kers, etc. Your George is tall mid
light, with blue eyes and smooth face.
So you see all your self-torture ,was
for nothing, my poor child."
Poor Kate! A great load was lifted
from her mind, but in the face of the
mischief she had wrought she was
hardly sensible of it.
"I am afraid I havo killed him," she
sobbed as they heard faint sounds from
the sick room.
"We will hope for the best," he said
reassuringly, laying his hand kindly
on her shoulder. "He is very sick,but
we will see what good nursing and
careful treatment will do for him.
Ills lite, in great measure, lies in your
They went back into the sick room,
where they found Mrs. Falconer. She
had to be informed of what had taken
place, but Kate was suffering so acute
ly that there was no chauce to upbraid
After doing all he 'could for that
time, the kind old doctor took his
leave thinking, "l'oor child! She is
paying dearly for following out her
hastv impulses. But such natures as
hers are lormed for suffering. It is
bitter medicine, but, perhaps, it will
teach her a wholesome lesson.
Day and night Kate watched by
that bedside and heard his piteous
pleadings, with her heart well-nigh
breaking. She only look slight snatch
es of sleep when she was completely
exhausted, and the incessant wuichim
and anxiety told upon her fearfully
The doctor visited him daily and
watched his nroirress with almost as
much anxiety as Kate herself. And
at last, alter a lierce granule Willi
death, he overcame, lie dropped into
a quiet slumber and awoe . nil ti
light ot reason In his eyes once more,
Kate was bendimr over him, her
dark eyes sad and weaiy, but with
hopelul, patient look in them, lie
lifted his ouestionin ly, "You are
here, dear Kate, and you love me?" h
les, yes; indeed 1 do, Ivate re
turned in heartfelt tones. "Don't talk
any more now. dear ucorgc ; go to
sleep again," and Irom sneer weakness
he obeyed her, and in a moment was
lumbering quiet ly.
Kate stole oil to toll her mother tho
glad news that he was better, and just
then the doctor came in, and ivate met
him and clasped both arms about his
neck in the exuberance ot her thank
fulness, for his care and skill and sym
"We shall have vou on our hand
noxt," he said, holding her off und
looking at her pale, sunken cheeks and
xes; 1 wonder she lias not given
up lonz aro, ' 6aiu her motlicr.
have been as uneasy about her a? about
She did take to her bed for a few
days, but by great care she was saved
a long 6ickness.
When Georjre was able to hear it,
sho told him the sad story.
"How you must have sullered, lie
said, kissing her fondly.
And Kate Tiilston never goc into
the doctor's office witiiout a little
At a meeting of the Koyal society of
Edinburgh, a letter was read from
I'rof. I'iazzi Smyth, who says that the
observations made at the Clinton Hill
observatory prior to 18S0, established
three laws of occurrence : First, that
every eleven years a great wave of
heat struck this earth, this having oc
curred three times in succession, name
ly; in 1846, 1857, and 18G8 : secondly,
that each cf these dates was the mark
of the beginning of a period of remark
able solar activity; and thirdly, that
close to the heat wave came two cold
waves. Speaking in 1872, ho hail, he
said, in accordance .with these laws,
predicted that the iicxt cold wave
would be experienced about the end
of 1880, and that the year 18S0 would
be warm. So remarkable was this
prediction that he wished he had then
died, for then the statement would
have been remembered, ami abler men
than himself would have rushed into
tho field, and a tew fccience would
have been born in a day.
A difference of opinion exists among
European engineers in regard to the
practicability of establishing a sea, as
is now proposed, in the great Sahara,
the chief problem being, it would
seem, how to keep it up. It is argued
that, supposing the sea to be created
by means of a canal, it will lose Lu
enormous quantity of water by eva
poration every day, without the in
troduction of an equal volume of fresh
water. The water evaporated being
replaced by a supply coming through
the canal, the wnole body will soon
re tch the maximum of saturation ; and
thus, the evaporation still continuing,
a deposit of salt will be formed, which
in time must till up the whole spaceof
the interior sea mo salinity of the
water being such that no animal life
would be possible in it, and the ulti
oiato result being simply tho accumu
lation of an iinnien-e deposit ot salt.
On the other hand, the projectors of
the enterprise claim that the presence
of this water and its evaporation must
produce copious rains, which will in
large measure return into the fiea, and
thus not only accomplish the object
referred to, but also convert a sterile
waste into a fertile country.
Millions of Mothers express their de
light over Castoria. It is nature a remedy
for assimilating the food. Unlike Cas
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unlike Morphine Syrup, it is harmless.
Castoria regulates the Bowels, destroys
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Since ITealinz romcdies have Loen used Ly
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The experience of centuries has m.ido the
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kkai risooK r.E:.ov.
From licv. 1. X. (jransor,
11 Id ina Eider of the St. Albau's District'.
St. Ai.hans, Vt.. Jan. 20th, lsso.
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lorminpr. I procured a bottle of Kendall'
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him so that he is not lame, neither can the
bunch be found.
Respectfully Yours, V. N. (iitAXOKH.
Trict! 1 per bottld, or six bottles for Sr. All
dru;rj:ist have it or can Kct it for you, or it will
be sent to any address on i"ceipt of price by
the proprietors, 1!. .1. KKNU.VLL & CJ
EnoHluii u'li Falls. Vermont.
C. F. Goodman, Ag't Omaha, Neb.
A. G. HATT
JUST OPENED AGAIN,
New, Chan. First Class JJ eat Shop,
on Main" Street Corner cf E:h. Plattsniouth
Everybody on hand for fresh, tender meat.
x Remelj ftr tr-rrir and pcrmiscnk
ccr c( fimcial Sarj'eions asi I,xc"ttrr5rfw the ocnr
tru , D'.f- l AvfuA-fttate fco ttvr J"f U, . ? .TTi Ki Th
f tl xskOt att?od tt'ih ma rn httA v-; jb o ana 4oej sat
Lutrrferw Oi or- Ui. fty fnrwolfo cr te. Thf tfrjic of nvsiiutnt (m
to4 tht trft m wj scvera che, sjkd Is aVf.rnfrQel rapcra. Tbi
bi ti4t Metrical Pror-ij tm b C. mom ttxti
crc4 ot xacbtn; at.4 caring tbu my titt traat.1.
fyt a? m boi. t t J tum. V. 1 ftutu a. nMntt). fA.
i9 nci im-aoot: n'.-n ti ra tS wtH c ti. ' Brntl tg Til. SmM
K afmMrt rst, slas .o trwr ri, ) . I'O. J ihtrM-t 0vf thtM
: ii wrmnm. Tail f rat iwtUI 9 f MOMary , Lot.
kc-t tht curt tap r.i i u y tin i, rvi 'va to r-r'r. iBitr.hnva, as4 0i m
I far Artf uf Ur. tir u IT a" iV'l. fai M'si W stamp. W
KAHR1S REMSPV CO. CPa CHHMI3TS,
1 zM7ici;1iteiintHytf flu Ztfflenf f
IVo. iZiiwin Srmittnl i'inllilmt t nice i
jfcf.' tffp6rfrf "w at t onus
Trdii-a. Apr i Jt , IK79. 'i re ifnif ly ik trtvfcd-.g perfectly.
Chlci, A -r. l-l, KT79. I am thcrouzMy cre4 nni fcl trp
lo?. Tae yuut.g r.- in thp crttry t grtimy btlftcf.
Miwionri, S-'it. I, Ih7l. I reerived so cm;!! feenefii from tb
tte of -vt nmrtUej tiiat I Kant lo I.-t t'.3i in ulter exse,
1 ut i"uf lung t'jjiyt 'J T r-f f j:'gc cr7 troiij.
Mich., Jin. 2S, Ir'7). hav refl uj yrnr partcirr ft R.br.
fr-pmtl j ariTnt trtiV. lut terp in wcak"- y(;,
Tewm, w.-f. I.. IS", 9. I ai.t ula.oti ari-r.Krtl at Tour F-v
.f m riiofc of a n:ia s I wn hf-e l-'tirr. I vm en il
rre of te prit. I thrJi!.t, an crc w bo cure tor itte.
aw 1 a.n i ''r-'-n of o r"r.
ptt Vir-H-ria. .sf . 2-'. IT'J. I rrcp.Ted t out wp.iine. iJ
I b-":eT? it ht ar-i r.ic, frT trliir1! I am Trry tbankfnl. (a-
tJA-j p. pie fri r. Icf trhicn f-lease atna me another bt
r- ?) rr a f-'v 'i. Vou have aoot a creal Wuar fur &.. 2
wr!1 Mat. yck al I .l.
M'-j-oun, June 3.1:, l'"9. Pitase fnrw an! me at oi.ee airtve
ti f Ihe I'artiTle. The ftiei.t mi v-hnm 1 hare sJ n.o: of
re . in a itV.mw tr ft lamulr bo, is (at reTriu2, au4 I
tt.imH tncr vt't et )im n!l ej-:t-
. c( yMr r. txti , for one f ur e;ao.er, ii I at n aJ
?t tm rf Lini. We hae -cr centime r rw st.Bfr
A la-ra, w anH eriplrie Oadc to Wed
tk, txrtt.MiC, with manv otnrra, th fol
i wnair eWr- t A Couipctettt V'enl!Ocd,
ecru of Wife. Toir.perjmeDts.jSapatiLIe
mi louoiBVAHwie, ttteriMlr m "WwiieB, ctutr and ireatment.
Advice ta bridsfreM, A'icff to Hut band, Adr.ce to Wives,
Prottitatien, n mums C-ribcv aoi Watnwoty com pn red.
mtnmt Lal riKbtaf wrfvl wornta, ew., it1if Iiinim pvciiaiar
w WtBa. iatr eaaaM aad HUnant. a book iur pr rt 4,11a eoftauiaiii-
iraAiof, of Mi pacaa. vhta full rtakt Enarrartars, bj aiW, ca.l,Uecta.
"THF PRIVATE MEDICAL ADVISPR"
Bypoilis. Qonorrticta, ulot, btric;ure. Venco-
utfrahaDi. TK- fnmUnaH wnllr.laa i ruisilivatv tn MtaaA
Qpfiilar Mdicil Bnok i-uhlitWi. The author it an experi
ac4 liTi f many Year practice, iw ia well kr.owr),
uxi tke a4i nn, ar-4 rnln for trtuicat U-d l in, viH b f-un4 of
Bt vaiua Mom toCtnnr from mtpwitwa of U.a 'trai, early mwt
i rmpr. ot awy of trvublea uaf oMer tb btad of H J'HiV AT.
" CnneNIC " lart, lf ataoiM takaa In payiBa for bookJ,
'PtByTTg DISPENSARY, zn.bu
n ImftHrt aczaa! atiitioba, aH-abust nr acsual xcetira.
Paijeota Ireatrd hj mail an4 eaprc. W her fw.Mc, fer
aanaJ cansullaliqa ii preferred, which is frp mat tt.Ttled. ty i
Qua la b amsreratl by paticnti drsvttix trearaicnt tailed frr
Id any aidrct on ant1icaii'n. For Imnkt or ireitn.aot atfiireif
UH Ktiia, t lawrrH niu iau m. Mima, w
Uiti'iSi? it 13 IT. Sti Strctt, SZ. L37S,
PhralcUsa ia chare of thif aid aad wait kanarn tnatl.
lutioa arc recalar aradualea ia medicme and lurrrrr. Yaara
lianlaaiaa ia tb. tralmcac f Cbroaic DKaaaaa aave aaaJa
S? CI ,ie:rriv'. t-S -v't:f ie-1a
rw i ,
C)-M ark t. Karlrt SU
ffl fiTMT5 WANTED rhe Bra aad FaataaV
f UZCJl I O Seilia PietanaJ a(i aad M- Pncea
3 7i8iaar d. Ifctwaal Fabfrstrr(otfA Ujnt;lq,
a n nt aaa raa aaa. A camp, tent imuneu aian istaeh
UajAbal I EaaBaf caaarr ia the ki. S. to aeU laa
- U( i; I i ii of TU.ai Waraa ksawlac bf aaaaanptioa.
Ta auaa ai, w iah ffw raiaraaaaa, we H.rttwa tw aatal traa.
ud aire ka will haaaiw a w-arlur aver (aa a aaaai.
iMaaa lT7Rimni m B ttSi, BU Umla, Ma.
HUBS JIM I
ORftSINAL ARO ONLY GENUINE
nory and Portable
of ozcl!eno throughout tk
Crsia-SttTine, Ti:n-Svitur. Por-
in inaltrjof Material. Prftia
luUOjacBOiu, .legant f inlbH, ana
rastlu twtrior work in all hinds
lly known u the only ntfreett'iffel
ioir.y. uiovw. ana ail oinr
liiic?.tvi .tlounted itorse I'owrrs,
1 jtorwe l owi-nii
incss by this house, without ohJuujSJ
The BEST and 3SOST rOPl'LAK
Kwinjr Thread of Sloderu Times.
BEWARE OF DIITATIOXS.
For sale hv E. Bovev & Son. Solomon &
Nathan, Wm Herold, W. ll. Laker & Co., L.
Main Street, opposite the Court House.
This place is just opened, rtcif, good goods of
all kinds. We want to keep a good house and
please our euptomeri.
REMEMBER THIS. 91y.
HERE! 5 n GOODS far 50 cli.
, Snll.fall Uil.nraiilrr.l. DOVI MISS IhU fkrr.
10 valuable monrv -mkinf Srorat : 10 Kteh Pi,.
trt; I Mi?i FaunUin fm; 2 Sttel Pn; I Silrer.pllcd
Hviiitr: I Main Holder; I H.iLNr t,p Fentil ; If iae tmtt.
; 12 iIimii 6nc Paper; I 1.5U Book; Ihil fyon, Poi,
and ChineM Secret fr elostin linen. IbiF dioht eihnr mm.
errtj AJl sent far Fii'jr Cents. Stnmpi taken. 4s!Jrev
Ittiiib. 6T I tslos BOO tO., BunWulewnrtrw Jerwji
MACHINE1 SHOPS !
Repairer of Steam Engines, Boilers,
Saw and Grist 31 ill
t'roupht Iron Pipe, Force and Lift Pipes.Steam
vjtuir--. finely- aive iovernors,and all
k!..'s of Tirass Engine Eittinjrs.
repaired on slioit notii-e.
Kew Firm !
JONES & AGXEW,
Brick Livery Stablet
1'l.AliWlui'lii, - - NECK ASK A.
T"1. . .1 . a a . .
ine din isonner .-iaiiies. in J'lattsmontli, are
now leased by Jones & A anew, ami tliev have
on nanu .ew auu nanaome accommodations.
iu 111c niiaiu ft
HORDES, CARRIAGES, BUGGIES,
We are prepared to keep HOUSES
FOR SALE sTRADEI
Train and Break Colts
tn Keasonahle Terms.
TTl. .. a. . . ! T 1 . m ...
mat un plenty 01 room (t nat every
a"" we nave) in our siaoie, we can iret f arm
ers stock and wagons, loads of hay, &c, unde
, urie iney win Keep ory.
Tliai.ki:;; all the old patrons for their liberali
ty. e soncti uieir trade for the
for t lie future . Kurixfiod I
tlutwe can accommodate them better and Ido
better hy them than ever before.
501y JOXES & AGXEW
ETC., KTC, ETC.,
Of All Descriptions.
!ETALLIC BUHI AL CASES
Of all sues, ready made and sold cheap for cash.
MY FINE HEARSE
IS NOW KEADY lOli SEi; IcE.
W ith inahv thanks for i:ist patio:. t
invite all to call and examine my
LAliGE STOCK OF
I3tf. i't'ItXTI'MH AI rOKFIXN'
fST THRESHER Oil VKEEIS
Is n9t ax Tlbrntor nar Rn Apron Mtublac.
Ia tFruiririoUy simple and admirably perfot ia tK
thrufantw- and Repaxaiiug- qrmlltiea. Naves taM
li fcrairi, find cleans it ready lor marketf.
KlHllf ia or jnntwu owsu uuctijr. ia mjiautoi
tetruqjay. U the ran
amva, alt a anot aatiMt
narku. Wiil Laadi'
jay. 1M uo mrw edmonucii, team exfwxrj
fartorr raacbine la
Ja vet B-raia aa well an drat
fijla an equal la tbrrahin r flax and timothy, tbintth
laa- aad lruUnar both ma wall and nearly u rapidly
aa vhasiL aiul ran nirwi no caanin exoept tha aievcS.
Jlaa aaara f aar jfoet of teparcuiig tatd elnninf turn.
Vm iliaai aay oiaar ataoaiaa mod, and man not a
omtIovI. Ls both over- atji nnder-blnct Oilr
coTelt UllXINU ATTACHMENT to
new trd vexr dmiraii3. IKea the work more
r)fURy and better Uuut am eieioiavely HuitiEa-
fjiKPARATORS of tha Tartoiia tiiea JUUd fr
AVwaVa ar .aWat fovrr, as rtrLrL
An lorprared Pitta Powir, an Improved
TVull.-riry Power, and the Klward KajaaJa
tcxajr Power, all aaaturted on roar wheels, ara
jmcMjnStortO. by no, aad or not mtrfcyutd ojr aiaa
We are a's4 prapared to fnrnlah fll-at-daa
P0rtaaI JBaajlaiM with our Separators.
Vat Pxtoe-IJet aad Otrcolara, address
SEYMC'JR 8ABIN CO.
Manufacturers. etntwater, MlnnV
I f IrvdtMllrig E hooting Outfit.
y&osvVi, Vaon M iirodka St. IxralA
frr. Worn,. v,
Vjyi ar ks
GEORGE A. CLARK,
?! r ft ? s. s r?t 1
WHO IS UNACQUA'HTED VITM TU
5f.K gy rAMtriiiC
CHICAGO, ROOK ISLAND , PACIFIC R. R.
IS THE GKSAT l OXM C . 'Mi 1-IXIf
It main lir.e runs fimn iik :- in i oun. u
BlutTs, pitssina tliroinrli .lolsot, li'.iaiti, l a .:
Geneseo. Molino, Rn ii IsIhikI. I;..vci !....' -l
Liberty. Iowa City.Marenan. llr.-ci I-. n. .n n. :1.
Ilea Moines (ihe cnpitnl of lon-sn, t,--t. .:.: -tic.
and Aviica ; wiln Ih'iiim'Im'ji J: i u 1.
Junction to Peoria ; Wilton Jun, -Unit n 1'. ... i -
tine, Waabineton. Kairlieia, l.Moii, !ivl! ... i-.
C'entreville, l'rinct'ton. 'J'rcnt'iu. tia!l;il':i t v
ron, Ieavenworth. AtcliiHn. nnd lv;uias ;
Washington to Siuouriify, t)Rt;uloo!n. h:i.'.
Tlllo; Keokuk to F uiiiiinu'toii. Hi.iiin.io ?. :n
tonsport. Independent. Kldon. (iiiiiinA. I.o,;"-
Tllle.Oskaloosa. IVlla, Monroe, nnd I' a i
Newton to Monroe: 1p Moines lo 1 n l ;;.:id
Winterset; Atlantic t Lcwn an d An. :ui n; l
Avoca to Ilarlun. Tins is pom i . i i : -.In oi.:r
Railroad, whicil owns, nnd ipei:ti'-.. u i..- i;r:u
Une from Chicago into the Stan- of . .
Through Express Pussenor 'i r i::;i. v. i' . !
man Palace t ars attnclied.aie run .-.I' ll v. :
between Chicago and I'l imiA. Kanas t n r.
C'OUKCIL BLUFFS, LK A V EN OIM II and Air.:;.
BON. Through cars arealsorun hetwccn .Mnwuu
kea and Kansas ity. via tho ".Mil v, miLi nii 1
Rock Island Short I-ine."
Tho "tireat Hock Island" Is ii::i.'niSicntly
quipped. Its road bed is simpl pt rli'vi, a:l us
track is laid with steel rails.
vv nat win pieuse you iusi -win iw i:iq pleasure
Of enjoying your meals, trtiile I'list' i. over tlio
beautiful prairies of Illinois and Iowa. In one of
our mnpnifloent DmiliK Cars that accompany nil
Through Kxpress Trains. nu get an entire
meal, as good a is served la any Qrst-cU.-s Luiel,
Appreciating the fact that a majority of tho
people prefer separata apart-int'iibs tor different
purposes luiiu tuu iminmae .-rt-u.T uuiifm
of this lino warranting It), we are ph-iised town-
pounce that tbis Conionv run Pullmnn '.ihtce
Sleeping Cart foraieopiuy iurposm, and Pu'.uct
PFMMAS PALAfE CAKS a.w
COrNCIL JiLVPFW, KA.!.1N Cl l'i
Tleketi vlu this Line, t now ri iia lliu
Ul Ticket Agrent In the l'iiltel Mt.-jlei "nil ( unaiin.
For lnformatloa uot cbtuiauti'.e (tt Jrur Uoisiu ticket nCfice, ndilrm,
A.. UIMHALL, li. ST. .TOIITNT.
ttea'l Superutcndeut. Geu'l TLl. aud I'ass'pr Avi.
tiler G rattier.
ALL KINDS OF
tiinting, raining, (Biasing,
Also, Decorations of all kinds.
Painted in Good Style.
FIIESCOING A SPECIALTY.
A. B. Tayi.ok. ,T. Vai.lfhv, Su.,
X.liOLJIKS. K. llFKii.NKi:. attf
Livery,- Feed & Sale
Or an Old Stable in new hands entirely.
Tlie New Firm of
HOLMES & I)IX0X,
open the old
on 1 lie Corner of eth and rearl Streets with a
New Livery Outfit.
GOOD HOUSES AND CAUUIAGES at all
HORSES FOR SALE,
HORSES IIOUGHT AXD SOLD,
IIORSES KEPT VV THE DAI' OR iVEEK.
Call and see HOLMES & DIX0X.
MONARCH BILLIARD HALL I
In the basement of Merges' Store,
rLATTSMOCTH, - - - NEBRASKA.
One door east of tke 1. O.
TIaav., .T 1 Tl.'li J TTTi-l-
rtUUlllS ltJWlV rillttU UB Willi
XK1V HOAR('II TAJtLt
Cigars L Tempsraaco Drinks
On hand at the conutw.
It is a wide and spacious Hall ; plenty of room
ior jnayer tna seats tor visitors.
Ed. OLiVF.n. P. U. MUUrilY.
Manager. lltf I'rop.
(Si CT iri SK"" a rf-- Ft v r rt rv
w any trfhr k-miI, tou ran fi:e yonrtMS rr'-fn om
Jet Jtnfltll bi tMi l ;t v :r r.,t i ,i
kKUff. lli t-. l!iwi!l oil r-mnin of 1 fl" nl
t,hjjK. Srtlt Ve on iwiifnl j&r ,
th I nil, J l-tt... 1 1 t, j ij,r,.i...
Vonti Afivnlnirntrtl In evftnfnii,tt,,..4
rltu. A..trea JIUTU Aj iJJtU., Aeiv Ojc.
ii- Im-O 1.-: l,..'t t.f I. Iters finm m-.Ti TljiDg
our Aiacluatt v. ho y In. y ivtuii m,t Ul.c -V. .,, it.
t- Praaf ription Froe 0
Jl. wt ..n a new RrOwtuul HJtr.n'LI.'ara or XOsuuraae
Is ai-riiHllr pru,liiced
taiiioraca fc Co., 3 CT-iatoa ioe . Wow Yori.
S17 Sft. Charles Street, fit, Louis. BfOa
nj'i r ., n of t o .Vcuirs. C"o!ita, has boen lotJgm
.-za.'x1 in i'ie fcjict t;!: tn-atniviit ol ail Venereal, fejxufil
and LiJ. m..; c:-Ct thari rv other Vhy-icianlo At.
r .'.up: ura, an Urinary Ii:-e-if e arid
Synti'.Iitic cr fiici rii;
skin eric nu, er r rioted unp.rklibled succcw.
ai iriui.il u'ltn ip,! a, Diii.. VI ivaifjy ,
re.-:."jtorihrr!. faexuai JJutiuCy and Irrjjft-t-et-c.as
trc r.-vtilt of S if-Abuae in youth, exujt. cS
W' ii. maturei yra-, or olher muim, and vliiaih pxMiSi
-ki' i.it loi.ow 1 fT-ct: nrvfji;n-!i5, arniinai pUjb
aiui:. ty, diu:n-9 ol flight, ri:cfivc meturvy, puuiuS
OU Ida fi.c, p!ivj.-fci dc-sy. nvrraion t auciety (Ujua.
Cfntufio:t uf iiJa, lo-a jf a xita) puvra iwJurijS
U'ariifrti I '.rcyr c-r UHl.uM-y. fife pcrniawu Ey
cuj t'uti'.uarat uir. at ot'iw, or ly u;uil n-, arxl iit2!,
t'hrn it i iiit-invpr.i-itt to vis.i tl-, pity vr tremmmt.
rjktiifiu-f r.m be t nt kv i,mt r.-r t-xprra everywhere. Cur-
prra everywhere. Cur
fxiata U frankly auut
isr-.r ci Ctiain: (t U, w lien C'tlil t
irr cats, i iwtap ;
rii. Is find Ititt b'.rdinv. &t5i rxt for 6CBt
Ui Mw-uirf or o.jrr-'rrv. tiw oni.Hiil r.;,-TT
w in- ttu irupir
Jr: r f?.''.a
t T tilr
- . W "- -a. - . I "
a- .a - - -a,'
, A Varis.uii to S.." I
t. JACO JEi, " '-5 Chwuiat SL, fit, Ix.,
P fJT5 LIKK and Ant EXTCBW of
ANTED I a JAMES,
Tf CMr4 W.tm Oullam. By Ha. J. M. Oatra, ra.B.
A f nt i :l.rllia acruat (lllu.lralrir) af Ibair and opra.
t.- , -r IA TMr, in 20 Matra af4 Terrirort. aatHiar dctwti.ea
m- j ... ),. Brt sIUa Bao a ' If. aU,ltoa
"' in thrrm month., to rf.t (cr -u'li' : t SO for uu.:
CI ""I L. ilmu. THOMI'SOV 4: CU,
PRt;.Urs &t I'lae 8tn;t, T. lyOt 1111.
NOT PAIt to tlM
for oar Prloe List tor
lta fREB re say
draft upon ant.
a-riflrma ol evfr,
rt.r taH tor
Ttlh over l.aW Iit.t-.i'.'V.t We sr,j ki
JJn)ll'r.l ,t pnnMI In i'' l(tn (V tl.it
" t'Jif li-iKi-r. ifhatvii'.t ' ' '.ti"i ' 4 &
a, p m .! i r :i- .sn-i-i!n i.uMt.M. A'ltiraSr
itiyri;.!"' ttv uiKaii),.
zrrv & Kt vbaTi a c. ecao, in.
lv-arrf .. 1 in- .....v ,i- (Hiuiit. and liajiy
.iCTf; 'I 'io-p .-il r., fa ,. .-'.ng uiaruK rtfa.S
rKi it.t!irn 1. ; : :, i-r i i v, 0 ItpTSr Z's u.
u..ra ara.x-. hi't -u r n-r. .Co -Jo b niil.
rf.f'.PHY PF TMJ COUNTRY, WILL
":n"3 map, that the
r.TVtTEN TirE EAST & THE WEST!
y, i. I .is for cininz pnrposcsoiily. Onenthflr
:-- :i I I ui of nnr I'mani t uij In i fMIMUMl
'i can enjoy your "liavtiua"
; w. i ! o:lr.
..: . i.; lr. ii I'.i snnn tko Mlsslss1pn
mii ii.i'ii.i lid )iornts rroHd by Uifi
. . ;i.-.'-i i . nr. :tvot,i.d nt t'uunnil liluXTs,
' :'v. I. avunniTlli lin AtubUoa, Cou
l i mi: made in L'niim Iiennta.
Cit!.-i II'AL It- It. COXNKCTIOJCS OP
v :.v uiiKuLtai mU A1US AS
:. a'i.o with all diverging line for tt
:.! : .toil.
I ... ! :
with the L. &. X M. 3, ana 1
ni:n.;iT, with a A su
: r-'ih III. Cent. It. It.
..i i1. iuj; l'.i,4B.tB.
I .11 i'. IV .V tV. Kiln.
it I i ".-.m. nnh "Aliiwuakee ft Rock
iMII ll .-.!!..!; 1.'!..'." t.lld Rix-k 11 ll ft poo. Ud.
At v KM'oitr. v a;i tho Duvenpurt Ilrlaloa
r. : . St. f it. i'.
v. i;i ih,::tv. with theB . C. It. ft N.R.IV
.- i : iv. :.i.i.. wiiii I'Mint! Icin-a K. K.
. !. - Moinks. with 1. M. V. 1). IL K.
, i ( ... ii. i:i.t"fr-5S. with L iiiun I'uaitla R. li.
.At :ai . i;li it. & Mo. K. it. It. tn Ncb.l
,t nit M i::sJ-NninN. with H., ft N. BTL
At '"i ti'.uwa. with Centrttl luuK.li.iW,
St. I.. A. l'n:. and li. fiJ It. ltd.
At iuiiKi'K, with Tol IVo. A, War.: Wtihfifc
Louis I'tir.. and St. I... Km. N.-W. K. It da.
At a M KI'i . with II. St. J R. R.
At A u'.Ii.-oN. with Airh.. Tnpeka ft Santa Foi
At ii. Ni-t. tind i n. l!r. I.VI. K. JtriS.
At J.kavi hu::tu, nub Kan. I'ac, and Kaa.
Cent. It. 1'. il-:.
At Kan-is Citv, with all line for Uie West
an 1 SnuiiiWfSl.
run tlnoHirh to PEOItlA, DP! MOIVE8,
T'lllkl,V ...wt I V I VFYU'lllrTKI
"tin irt tCucb. lalantl ICoutc." oretoldb
. NEW FIRM.
rrsTETW" GOO DS I I
JX0. HONS & SOX,
BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS.
At 0. (luthman old store.
A FULL L1XK OF
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
NEW AND ri.i:sji.
of every ilescrii'liori.
Choice and Fancy Candies
and all kinds of
CIGARS AXD TOBACCOS,
of Uie lifs t 1 1 1: 1 1 ; 1
CHRISTMAS TOYS, d f,'., dt,
in end.'i'M tjUMiilitirs.
Fresh ISrcad Daily.
Don't fail to Call.
381y J. BOXS & SOX, Props.
LIVERY SALE AND FEES)
Carriages always oh Hand
TA-TdS UOTICB !
I want all of my accounts ettlcd tf data,
,'Mi'l I shall do no inoro cretlit liii incsa. All ()
jiccouiits must he settled tip. and no new on,iy)
will ke made. I'nlesssuch accounts ar fettttl
fltnrtly they will he nued.
I wish to do a strictly cash husincss Ih fut atrat
A WO NTH I Aa-1!T3 TTiSTrW
75 l,l b nine ArtlrlM la OxWarl-l: a ail tri
ple f.. AJ.JAI BRONSG., aViMoit, Kieii
laooo kiiu.s nr Kvia, r mkUk I
u and) Hanp, Dr. J. M. I ulilar, M. Leuu, Ma.
J. F. BAUIY1EISTER
Funiisliea Fiet-li, Pure Milk.
ut:i.i V!:i:i:c ijiilv.
Special ctillu aJleiKietl to. ami Frehh Milk
from same cow fmi.iVl.ci! wlicti waiited. 41y
W give $1000.00 for any Alum or
outer atlultrmtton ftmnd it
this J'O WIXElt.
Inflorspd by the r.rooMjrn Board
a, or Health, ana ry me uesi cneiuisia
la tie L'uliccl States.
A- It 13 BTKOXOEIl than
njr rruit I'otvdcr in
It NEVER FAILS to
make llht brtad wlica
'wl as tlirtftf'L
It ls COM m FAUKD t.y erory
housekeeper wlio liaj l-1vh It a
ItlS aaentlrrlr JEW I WEX
TION,1t houtany of the ba l finali
ties of sotla or rtaleratua, jxul or
other bakJnjf iKrwdta-x.
Jl lias ia iivn a v iKK i:-.)
to auatatn and nonrlala tha
Good food makes (food health; nnd health
Is Improved or Impaired la itrotmrtion aa Uio
food we eat Is riuturious or others Im;.
Lkwis' liAKLNa Ponivtit ltj-a maiiei
One can of this 13 worth two of aiiy other
It makes bread whiter and rlcfcrr.
11 ore tlt&Qhalf the complaint Of b.id Pot-.r
jirlHe from the use of cinnnrin b:i!:lii jxat
tcra, which often miie ta bc-st of tiour tura
Vit dark bread.
The most dc-Ucate rrfTRor'S ran cat food
prepared with It tviUiaat Injury.
aly every other baldi. tfnvder 13
adnlterated and Is absolutely ijuilot:s.
This 13 made from ltr(ll:rl ,rat rrmrt
-t Tartatr, and In PEUFKCT L.V I'tltE.
It makes tb BEST, lllittat, and moat
BREAD, BISCUIT, CAKJI,
BUCKWHEAT, INDIAN, AND
A Flnrle trial will prove tho up:rlorttjr
tt VLiii I'owUer.
afA!TCTACTUBia OHII BT
LEWIS & MEUmS CO.
tST-For sale bv E. . DOVEY ii SOX. GUTH
MAN & WIXrillACll.K. M. WHITE, and W .
H. BAKER & CO, and tlcaleia lu ueuerai.