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Flashes of Fashion.
The following "Flashes of Fashion"
are taken from advance sheets of the
forthcoming spring number of Ehrichs"
fashion. Quarterly, published by En
rich Jiros., Eighth Avenue, New York.
The Fashion Quarterly holds a higa
place in periodical fashion literature,
and is especially valuable as guide to
ladies in laying out and executing
their shopping. The price is only 50
cents a year, or 13 cents a copy. A
newly issued pamphlet, entitled Shop
ping in New York, will be sent to any
address ;free on application to the
Bronze hues are in vogue.
Roman sashes are revived.
All the new bonnets have strings. .
Colored straw will bo much worn.
Most bonnets are of medium sixes.
All shades of yellow are fashionable.
Black toilets are as fashionable as
Ircn-iu&t red is a new shade of this
Both large and small bonnets will
Silver gray and rosy lilac are very
Brocaded stuff continue to be used
Tufts of feathers are worn more
than long plumes.
Plaids bid fair to havy a run of fash
Pun3 at the top of the sleeve are
coming in vogue.
Silk knitting is the fancy woik -of
the passing moment.
Draperies continue to be very ela
borate on dres3 skirts.
Nun's veiling retains its popularity
as a full-dress fabric. .
Spanish lace is used in profusion cu
Roman sash ribbons will be used for
White will be the dressy toilet of
festival occasions in 1831.
Tuscan and English straws will he
mure worn than chip.
Satin de Lyons will be the popular
silk of the coming season.
Spidei'3 in gold and steel appear
among millinery ornaments.
Knitting is more fashionable at the
moment than crochet work.
Puffed short sleeves are fashionable
again for evening wear.
Dotted and llowered Swiss muslin
dresses will again be worn.
Cabriolet bonnets are in high favor
with ladies of Parisian tastes.
Satin is still the most popular ma
terial for the dressiest toilets.
AmetLjst and amber tinted satin
ball dresses are in high fashion.
Flowers and feathers will again be
mingled in bonnet trimmings.
New bonnet ornaments are in gold,
silver, jet, and steel combinations.
Yellow and cream-tinted muslin and
lace are as fashionable as ever
Muslin and lace tichus and collars
bid fair to take the place of linen col
Ginghams of all kinds, plain, plaid-
ed, checked, and striped, will be worn.
Lisle thread gloves will be as fash
ionable this summer as they were last.
Sleeves are growing larger at the
top, forming a slight fullness in the
lo knit one s own silk stockmg3 is
the ambition of the fancy worker at
New calicoes imitate to perfection
the new percales, momie cloths, and
Flower pompons with a heron
aigrette in tUe center are among mil
Colored lace mitts, in every style,
will be more worn this season than
Cobweb silk gloves are the latest
London novelty. They are made al
The new ginghams are beautifully
finished, tine, and artistically colored
and pi aided.
I aney aprons of sheer muslin and
of silk trimmed with lace and ribbon
are again in vogue.
Elbow sleeves witli a puff at the top
appear on many of the imported dress
es of this spring.
New cotton printed dress goods
come in the ever popular percales, and
Jet bead trimmings will be made
still more decorative this season with
mixtures of steel and silver beads.
Shirring and ruffles are seen on all
parts of costumes of cotton goods,
where trimmings can be used.
All dressy suits are composed of two
or more fabrics which usually match
in color, but contrasts in effect.
Bright and positive colors will not
be in fashion except in small bits to
give a dash of brightness to a costume.
Fashions in every detail of the toi
let change so rapidly, it is difficult to
say what is and what is not fashion
Gold and silver lace, and gold and
silver braids continue to form the
decorations of many lovely full dress
Fichus and collars of muslin, laco.
surah, crape, and silk trimmed with
lace are seen in all sorts of eccentric
Browntan, drab, and tones of gray
or dust color prevail in the new cnu-el's-hair
suitings, cheviots, kerseymeres
Bordered robe pattern dresses in
percales, momie cloths, satines, and
lawns are seen among the new spring
and early summer goods.
A novelty in the form of a lace pin
is a golden fishing rod and silver line
looped over the rod, with a gold fish
dangling from the end.
Evening dresses are made decollette,
square in the neck, a la pompadour or
opening en chale, back and front, at
the option of the wearer.
Kerseymeres, beiges, camel's-hair
cloths, English homespuns, cheviots,
aud light cloth suitings are the mater
ials for fatigue, business, and traveling
Evening dresses of white or colored
tarletan have silk tunics, and peasant
waists that lace in front, over white
shirred waists that are high in the
neck, but have very short sleeves.
Among new devicss in bonnet orna
ments are three and four crescents
crossing each other; two and three
pyramids in graduated sizes; two
bronze horses jumping a silver hurdle;
two little pigs caught in a fence; two
wild boars rushing out of a thicket,
and single camels, elephants, beetles.,
clubs, oars, rakes, spades, and other
gardening and farming-tools in dead
and bright silver, gold, steel, and red
And now a hen has been delivered
from a Clay County snow bank, where
she bad been imprisoned twenty-two
days. She was all right, but terribly
Important to School O Ulcer.
SCHOOL DISTIUCT BUSINESS.
The attention of school officers is
called to the approaching annual meet
ing In each distric , which must h
held on the tirst Monday of April.
The Director must give written or
printed notice of the annual meeting
at least fifteen days before, stating
day, hour and place of meeting. (See
The Director must take the census
within ten day before the tirst Mon
day in April. If the director is al
sent or unable, the Moderator or
Treasurer must do it. The census can
be legally taken only at this time.
(Sec. 48 School Law.)
THE ANNUAL MEETIN,
when assembled should pursue the
following order of business, unless
special circumstances render some
other more convenient.
THE DIRECTOR'S UEPOKT.
The Director's report should be
read for the information of the meet
ing. It should embody:
1. A summary of all business tran
sacted by the district or by the Board
during the past year.
2. The number of mills levied by the
distiict at the last annual meeting:
also the number of mills levied by the
County Commissioners to pay bonds
or for other purposes connected with
the schot Is.
i$. Any other item which will be of
use to the districts in arranging bus
ness for the next year.
The treasurer's report should should
be read. It should contain,
1. An itemized statement of ail
moneys received by him during the
year and for what received.
2. An itemized statement of ail mon
eys paid Out by him dining the year
aud for what paid.
H. A statement showing mwiiey on
4. The total amount of district in
debtedness and when each part of it is
After his report, the Tieasurer
should present hid vouchers for money
paid and settle with the Board. The
full details of this statement should
be noted on the Director's record for
The meeting should next determine
the ituinVer of months school shall
be kept during the ensuing year. (Sec.
The Ducctor sliuulu ut-xt prroent
Ins estimates of the expenses to be in
curred ihe ensuing year including:
Fur teacher's Fund, Mills.
District school house fund, Mills.
For payment f School Bonds-Mills.
If lite district desires to furnish
idXt-books, the amount to tver th ir
cost shouid should be estimated ii.
furniture and appaiatus. If the dis
trict voles to pay its officers, there
must be a special tax voted for this
Estimate the number of mills on
the dollar necessary to be levied to
cover each of these several amounts
and the total number of mills. (See
This tax, when voted, must be re
ported to the Co. Clerk of this county,
between the tirst and third Mondays
of June. (See. 5o). This report must
be made between the annual meeting
and the tirst Monday in June.
This report must bo made by the
Board and signed officially.
It shouid not be forgotten that at
this meeting a tax should be voted,
sufficient to pay interest ou all out
standing bonds and this tax should '
reported to the Co. Clerk with the
The Director should make his re
port to the Co. Supt. within ten days
after the annual meeting. If he has
no blank for it, the Sunt, will furnisn
one upon application. He should al
so send with his report all the teach
ers' monthly reports received during
In the Directors repoil the item
'number of mills of tax levied during
the year ending April 4, 1881. should
include the taxes which were voted at
the annual meeting in 180, r at any
meeting between that time and the
third Monday in June 18S0. This
report should not include taxes voted
at the annual meeting or leal.
The law requires both Director aud
Treasurer to keep full and com
plete accounts of all district business
transacted by them. It is the duty of
the district to furnish suitable books
for this purpose.
Such records, if properly kept, will
do much to prevent mistakes, facili
tate business, and secure economical
management of district affairs.
DIGEST OF MEBUASKA LAWS.
Session of 1SS1.
II R No. 14, Abbott. Amend incor
porated cities of the first class. Ap
proved March 28. 1873. Reads that
Oities now troverned as first class and
all cities over 2,500 inhabitants shall
be governed under provision of the
hl law governing said cities. Emer
II It No. 15. Jackson. An act to
amend sec. 1, cities aud villages, ap
proved March 1, 1879, to read as fol
lows: Sec. one. cities first class are
changed to 2.500 inhabitants: second
class io 1,500. Emergency clause.
II R No. 10, Reed. Township organ
izations. Section 1. At any general
election in auy county where town
ship organization has not been adopt
ed, qualified voters thereof may vole
for or against township organization
in such county, as hereinafter provid
ed. Sec. 2. The county commission
ers on petition or ntiy legal voters,
shall cause to be submitted to the vot
ers of the county the question of town
ship organization under this chapter.
by ballot, "for township organization,
or "against township organization,'
the votes to be canvassed and return
ed in like manner as votes for state
and county offices. Notice of such
election shall be given in the same
manner and for the same time as for
the election of county officers, is long.
covers the whole subject. No clause.
II 11 No. 17, Aver. Concerning land
settled upon and entered in U S land
office, thereby depriving Nebraska of
so much land, allows state to select
other lands, act of congress 1880.
II R No. 10. Fiiley. Au act to make
railroad, canal, bridge and ditching
companies, and companies and persons
responsible for material furnished and
labor performed in the construction,
repair or improvement of any such
works, and to secure the laborer and
material man a lien for his material
furnished and labor performed. No
II R No. 21, Broach. An act grant
ing the consent of the state of Nebras
ka to the purchase or lease by the
United States of certain lands for the
purpose of erecting military store
houses thereon at Omaha. No cIkuS'1.
II R No. 24. Whedwii. An act to
authorize the governor of the state to
relinquish all claims of the state of
of Nebraska to the north one-half of
the southeast one-fourth of section four
(4) in township seven (7) north of
range seven (7 east of the Sixth Prin
cipal Meridian. No clause.
II R No. 26, Ransom. Repealed sec
tion 34 and 30. General statutes 1875.
11 It No. 31. Bioatch. Amends bec
tion 54, county officers-counties which
were divided into districts prior to the
passage of the law of 187tf, and have
not since been redivided, the same
shall wiihin sixty days after the act
takes elluct be divided as provided in
Ihw of 1878. No clause.
II R No. 22, McDougall. Joint me
morial to congress asking our congress
men to favor legislation to correct
abuses of railroads.
II R No. 34, .v itkey. An act reim
bursing general fund for money mis
appropriated out of, instead of fund of
State University. Treasurer author
ized to transfer $44,428 to general
fund. Emergency clause.
II R No. 3ti, Mickey. Provides for
the transfer from sinking fund ol
Poik county the sum of 5,200, to be
used to bund a court hous in said
county. Requires such question to be
submitted by county commissioners,
at special election, provided for by the
boar 1, a majority vote of the electors.
11 It No. 41, Wnedoii. Official bonds
and oaths. The official bonds of all
county, precinct and township fficals
snail ije approved by county commis
sioners; latter by county judge, notary
public aud county clerk. Mate and
district officers approved by the gover
nor; hitter by chiei justice. Changes
cii.ij.ier 0, on official bonds of general
statutes, and all subsequent acts on
"bonds" of officers; more sureties, and
increases amount of bond in many
cases. Commissioners of county from
S5.000 to tfl 5,000 bond; deputies give
same amount of bond as principal.
11 It Mo. 41), Windham. Authorizing
cities to tund their indebtedness.
Bonds to be payable iu not less than
ten nor more than twenty years; in
terest seven per cent, with coupons
annual or semi annual ; the bonds lo
bo voted at au election held for that
purpose, lour weeks notice of which
shall be given. Clause.
11 R No. 52, Schick. To authorize
couu.ies, precincts, townihips or
towns, cities, villages, and school dis
tricts to compromise their indebted
ness anil issue new bo.i.is therefor.
henevtr the county commissioners,
or officers of any of said municipali
ties, are satisiied by petition, or other
wise are unable to pay its indebted
ness, ami that a majority of said in
uubiiaus desire to compromise said
debt, iiiey shall luijiuwer said oigaui-
Zjtliou lo compromise uud lsUc" i.ev
bonds, which shall bear upon their
lace tor what purpose issued, and
bear no greater interest than seven
percent. No clause.
II R No. 54, Herman. Joint memori
al to congress relative to quieting the
title in homesteaders on odd iuimbeis
sections, said lands are now claimed
by corporations under grant for inter
II R Mo. 57, Broach. Act to author
ize G. A Brown to compile and anno
tate general statutes with supreme
court decisions. Publish the same for
state at $2 50 per volume; sell same
to public for $5 00, compiled July 1,
II R No. GO, Montgomery. Practice
of medicine in the state. Requires a
regular course of medicines is long.
lakes effect June 1, 1881.
11 R Mo. 62, Kyner. Militia code.
Every able-bodied male citizen of this
state between eighteen and forty -tij
years, not exempt by law. is made sul
ject to duty. But the active militia
shall be called "Nebraska National
Guard," and shall be recruited by vol
unteering, to the number of 2,000, for
three years. Officers are, commander
in-cnier, ami lor eacn regiment one
c !onel, lieutenant colonel, and major;
the colonel appoints a surgeon, rank
major, chaplain, rank chaplain, adju
tant, rant first lieutenant; quarter
master, rank first lieutenant; surgeon-
major, quartermaster, commissary
sergeant, hospital steward, drum ma
jor, fife major. Company officers
Captain, first and second lieutenants,
five sergeants, eight corporals, musi
cians, etc. Appropriates $5,000 for
uniforms, arms, and active duty. Mro
II R No. CO. Appropriates $8,000 to
pay incidental expenses of Sixteenth
general assembly. Emergency clause.
II R No. 73. Appropriates $3,000 to
pay members, officers aud employes of
the Sixteenth gtneral assembly. Emer
II R No. 87, Laughlin. "Drains."
Sec. 1. "The board of commissioners
of any county may at any regular or
special session cause to be located aud
constructed, straightened, widened, al
tered or deepened, any ditch, drain or
water course as hereinafter provided,
when the same is necessary to drain
auy lots, lands public or corporate,
road or railroad and w ill be tor the
public health. The act is loig and
tully provides for all needs. Repeals
all existing laws. No clause.
11 li Mo. i)Q, Montgomery. Gosper
county acts and formation, legalized
and title of the bill says changed to
Gai field, but there is not a word in
the body of the biil authorizing such
II il No. 107, Franse State relin
quishes title lo certain land now own
ed or occupied by persons supposing
that said lands belonged to the LJuited
States, upon showing to the board of
educational lands and buildings that
said filing was in good faith, not for
speculation, provided the United
Slates gives the state other lands in
II R No. 112, Moore of Oloe. l ay
William A. Brown $500 for publish
ing delinquent tax list. No clause.
II K Mo. Hi, King. Home of the
friendless. Sec. 1. The location of
said home shall be under the super
vision of the board of public lands
and buildings, and shall be located at
the city or town which shall, after ad
vertising for bids for its location, do
nate the largest amount for said home.
Sec. 2. $5,000 appropriated for the
erection of said home. Sec. 4. The
government of said home shall bo by
and under the supervision of the so
ociety of Home for the Friendless.
Provided, That nothing herein con
tained, shall be so construed is to pre
vent the board of public lauds aud
buildings from establishing mit and
regulations for the government of
such home in auy manner. No clause.
II R No. 118. Fredrick. Rooms for
the supreme court. Senate chamber
to be repaired aud furnished for same;
$500 appropriated for said purpose.
II R M'o. 110. Dew. Matriculation i
fee of University to be used as a libra
ry fund for University. No clause.
II R No. 133. Daily. Power of dis
trict court jucges in cnamoers. mar
any juuge of the district court may
sit at chambers, at any time, any where
within his judicial district, and when I
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grant, dissolve, or tnodify temporary
injunctions; to iischarge attachments ;
to hear and act upon proceedings in
aid of execution, application for writ
of inamhimus, and application for vrrit
of habeas corpus; to discharge such
other duties, or to exercise such other
powers, as may be conferred upon a
judge iu contradistinction to a court;
to receive a plea of "guilty from any
person charged with a felany and pass
ins sentence thereon, upon reasonable
notice to the poecuting attorney. No
II R No. 138. Dailey, legalizing cer
tain villages and t.cts Villages hav
ing more than 200 iuhal itauis associ
ated uy agreement or trillion or a
majority of legal voters the object be
ing lo incorporate a village under the
laws of Nebraska, showing the boun
daries and having a legal board of
trustees wht are acting under statutes
regulating villages, be and the haid
acts are hereby declared legal, and
shall hertatlt-r be governed by the
laws of this suite regulating villages.
H R No. 150, Lamb, amendments to
an act to amend section 1 of chapter 12
general statutes, concerning boundary
of Wayne couutv. No clause.
II R No. 1C2. Correll. Rights of
suffrage art. 7, sec. 1, submitting
amendment as follows: Sec.l. Every
person of the age of twt nty-one vears
and upwaids thall be an elector. First
citizen of United States ; aliens natur
alized thirty days prior to election.
See. 2. the ballots at the election at
which said amendment shall be sub
mitted shall oe in the following form:
"For proposed amendment to the con
stitution relating to the rights of suf
frage." " Against the proposed ame:.d
ment to the constitution relating to
rights of sufferage." M'o clause.
II. R. No. 173. Howe. Amend sec.
20, laws 1877, general management of
lands and f Jnds for educational pur
poses; makes provision for the en
forcement of the law against lessees
of lauds and general provision for col
lection of the same; sixty days publi
cation notice of suit. Mo clause.
II. R. No. 177. Ziegler. Pay county
clerks for making numerical index to
records prior to 1879 not indexed,
clerks for compiling the transfers
fiuin tho records of iheir flice shall
receive for each transfer any sum not
to exceed fifteen cents, as tiie county
commissioners and clerk may agree
upon paid by county. Entering each
instrument presented for recoid in
said index alter compilation said in
dex clerk it ceives fifteen cents to be
paid in advance by
for record. Clause.
II. R. N. ITS Ransom, J)r. X. li.
Larsii. Services as superintendent
.state insane Asylum unpaid service.
11. 11. X.. 212. Abbott. Capitol
building, east winjr. under control of;
Id, in! ol public lands aud buildings
shall jtdvertise in three newspapers in
Nebraska, Chicago, and St. Louis, .Mo.,
for thirty days. William II. Wilcox to
furnish specifications for said biiiidiii j
ioi one-half per cent of the contract'
price, to be completed by Dec. 1, !
Appropriates 100.000 for said build-!
II R So. 213, .Slocumb. New license ;
law. rrinteu in full in IIkkalp. j
II It No. 217, Ayer, amend merit !
chapter "Reform SVioI," laws 1879, ;
section 10. The proceedings beiore
any judye of the county court, may be 1
reversed on writ of error by district
court, and district court proceedings:
reversed in the Sunremn Court
like other criminal causes in said J
II R No. 213. Abbott. Contract on
the west wing of the capitol building
extended to Sept. 1, 1831. Hoard of
public lands and buildings to have full
control of all contracts and extensions. '
.Same bondsmen as under o d contract.
Ci.'-ciiletl or ir.MJt-.
Is inatie from a SiiMtdf rni'neal I.estf of I!are
Value, is a I'o-itive itenietly tor nil th? i
otsoai'e-tnat rause ti;:ins iti t tn' ln-.vct' ti;u t ot
tlie bmlv-fifr Ioi.i;i Livr i.;m;ioi .J;itm
dire Ii iliess. ;t;ivi-l. l;i!aiia. and f:!l
cultie- ol llif; Kidr.oys. l.iver :tr.l l'r!l;ny r
paus. For S-Viialc"lHi:i!sM. Moat liivMe:i
Mrnation, atul ttuiiti: l';'n:,i!cy, it lias no
equal. It restores the organs (liat wa.Vc the
Mood, and lieni.' is the l.t.'-t Ctloo't l'url.lor,
It is tU" only known retnedy tliat einvs thil
SPOiii, Itrlsrht'n Iise:ir. l",r Diabete-.
uj-tf l'tiri!(r'H fiafe lib-tM f urr.
For Salu by lrtit;.uisls mid Ii'ali'i"s at sl 2
per bottle. I.a.gon bottle in the iii.tikt't. 1 ty ii.
II. II. WAUSEUSilU, U.ieli.-stcr, X. V.
C17 St. Charles Strcef, St. LoaIs,Mo.
A rnirdar srsd'isto of t-r Msiujol ColleW. has beea
lonsar IoojiUmI tti.fc i any etherl'hydioian la bt.I3uls.as
city pnprt sbow.aad iUI ol.l rasiiBts know. Syphilis,
Gonorrhoea, Gloet. fetricturo. Orchitis, Iiupture.ail
Vi'Uiajy ejhilitiO or llarcxirial Affection cf
Throat SSirt or Hncsrurt l H;:felr, Privntely.
klrmatorrlixlSi)xii 1r.tiilty and Impoteney
as the itsalt of iijlf-Anu-o, h'im.iJ bxooaso in rnaVarej
7e:irs,ororer bralnwtrk, i.rouus:cnerToune.s,semln
al cji.o;o!, dubhlt.', diTT.ness cf Bijjht.defectiTe mem
ory. phy-Uoal dc.iy, hvoraion i:itr confusioa of
lileu, loof siualpo-nbr,nL:bi lodes.renderlrui mar
rlar iinproperfs lycTd. Coosultailoa
at .lilies or br mall (ret and l..-itni. Pamphlet ou
sUisiy. Msuleinss s,nt bf niftil or er"w. Cures
cniv.'jjw'i. Whnro dorbt e-lt it ts trunhlr stated.
The wnola story, well t .J. K U ti utt t i.-s, ta ths
followiuR s'ibjeots: Wh r - mtry, vhf not, why.
Manhoo.t, Woainahood, TbysiJ docay. Who shoalit
ctMry ; how life aa4 happinAts luayba iocressed ; efforts
ot eellbscy and exoess, uud mtn; mora. Ttiosa married
or eootomr-lattnt UMrrine should rad it then keepuo
d jt lock and k7. 2 3 Ots . by moil in money or pos.
fcuie. Ragllab Kno-u yrenc J rwtd and spoken.
For lha speedy
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Via al'sl Ukf ijrJ-l'J.' n.' 'ua
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I b.-l -at Vlki rsar. V' " -
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tlrmm p!A lii.; c " vfc-h f.tsr-JU- nl ms
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iVa 49 t 77.rau !"t-f
kaz mt f ia . -Ji'f . THr r v t I W - - -
rt V-" wi s !' 1 ui i tut. h-M rwi--i,
! AJMf Sf j.-irV."'. 1 - x--a
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Inti cf fmi tutnmdr. As .! ur - -'r.rri f 1. . u w" j
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r. , sTdoKwUrk:
V . . "V - At m
Battle Creek, Michigan,
Traction and Plain Engines
HMtOMpbunrakcr Facterr t Established
lath World. i 1848
A A VP BO ofeonHnuotutrndmeetHulbuti.
ot I UtnOoii, without Chans of namo,
J A, rnanatmnent, or location, to " bark up " tA
oroaa warran.-y gtm om au our goon.
STEAM-POWFtt SEPARATORS mud
Complete Steam Outfilao nntrhleaaqualui.
tnt Traction Engines a;id Plain imagine
Tcr Been in the American market.
A multitude of mpeciai features anti improofnt
for 18sl, totrether with ruperior qvalttif tn construe
turn ana malarial not dreamed of by ether makers.
Four Rises of Separators, from 6 to 12 Lome
Capacity, or ateam or horan-pmeer.
Two tylea of " Mounted " Hoi-ie-Power.
7 Ifin nnn f f fielr-cce-d I. umber
)0JJ)JJJ from thrtt torizyttrtair-Hrir i)
constantly on band, from which ift built tbo u.
comparable wood-work cf our machinery.
Strong, mott durable, an d ernritmt rrrr
t IIS lis uorae fowr.
Farmer and Threshermrn ero invi!vl to
KQvmritrate this matchl Threahluij Maclii:;ir'".
Circulars mt frve. Adaresa t
NICHOLS, SHEPARD & CO.
Battle Creek, Michigan.
BEST THRESHER ON WHEELS
Is not a Vibrator nor nn A
Is wondorf uliv mjaiJo end admli
Is not a Vibrator nor nn Apron Macbiao.
perfect ta Ms
toiuatuuir and neparauna qualities
e bxilI n, and cleans It ready for market.
CnmtifuJty, is tho moot economical, least er pen
sive, sml inont satisfactory machine In I he
sinrkt. Will Landla wet Brain as veil as dry.
Csts no equal in threxbina; flax and timothy, throno.
fug and cleaning both as well and nearly as rapidly
ma whet. and requires no charp-o exoept the wevea.
Hn mor quar jet of aeparatxnn end elftmine run.
face than any other maehin mad, and can not b
orerlonHod. in both over, and under-blefst Our
CXOVHlt IIUI'LINU ATTACHMENT is
new and very deslrstlc Does the work more
rapidly and better than an exclusively Hulling
frKPARATOlIS of ths various sizes fi tti for
.9i or Hurt Power, as deeired.
An Improved Pitts Power, sn Improved
Woodbury Power, and the I'.lwsrd ICqunl
hanH Power, all mounted on fonr wheci. ara
manufactured by cs, an J ara not urpad by au
tn Ot niarkri.
We ere eki T-repared to furnish ftrst-clasa
Portable Kagiooa with our Separators.
For Price-list and Circulars, address
SEYMC ift, SAB IN & CO.
Krutufacturers, Stillwater, Minn.
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
A victim of youthful imprudence causing Prema.
tnre Ieray, Nervous Pebility, Lest Manhood, etc..
bavins; tried iu vaia every known remedy, has dis-coven-d
a pimplo self cure, which lie will 6end FREK
to his fclIow-Hufl.-rers, address J. 11. UEEVEtt,
43 lliatliasa Nt., X. V.
Doiuo twrm niiwiiiisari,
ih reserved li&r
5 ivj i I H
TO CtIYE THEM .A. CALL.
WHO IS UNACQUV!HT"D VVt T i Ti;
SEE BV nXA.V.!tftiC
CHICAGO, ROCK iSLAHS & PACIFIC R. R.
IS TIIE GRE.l T tOSNVCTiXi; J.IXII
Its mntn line runs f.s-m ( Im,:-., i : i
BluiTs, pas4lntt thrDiiti .lolitri. I't-tn- , u
Geneseo. M JiKie, Kci k If l.-.J. Duvi i l - : i. V : r-,c
liberty, Iowa t. lty. Murt-ii iJnvjl.lru. 'r:;i e:i.
Ues Moines (tho supitul of lna, rt:i:.ri. A,':, r
sic, and Atocji : with bran-ttya ir jui .Vi-j'i
Junction to 1'ooria ; Wilton Ji:in ti.a . :....
tine, WnshtnctKii, Kisinic ' S, 1:I-k-i:. !;!:
CentreTille, I'rini-i.-ton. 'i renuyrj, tii'i.ui.u. In -fon,
Learenworth. Atflus-ju aini i.a!;-a ti. ;
Vsshlnirton to 8nruruey. oaicrJo'ua. umi Kn- x-
y i lie 1 Kwukuk to larmln jtn, l.nr. )-',, tA-rt
tonsport. Iudependent. Kl-lon. Oitunitra. K'lnr- i
Ttue. Usksloosa, l'eilu. lunnro4. and ins moium: :
Kewton to Monroe: lies Moinui lo Indmiii.laand I
Wlnterset; Atlantic to Iawii and Au.iui-a; na4 I
Atcs to Uirliin. vt puiiMvi :y t'. :
Kailroad. whicd owns, and o uk.s a tVir'i.jJi
ftas from Chicago into the Suite of U:.nx. i
VhieuKb Express rasseivter Trwui. wiU. i'uil- j
man Palace tjirisllaciie.l.airuii -ay riit iv I
between Cbicaoo and Pr.oai. i:nsas t it ..
ttKCtL BLCrrS, UAVEN WOiiTU tn-l tr:ti- i
iosr. Through enrx area .rui; bci.r. iTil wan-
tgsm and Kansas t tty. t:s tho "JliiwauxiM 2.ft 1
Mck Island abort Line."
'Vhe - tire at Rock ls:anl" is m scr.iC n t .' !
aauipped. lis road b9d i .uly i.-il-cc. sue C ,
track is laid with ihi:I runs. i
IV BSl will pleas you mml wilt be .? p-un
of enjeici4( your meal. wiii:e viii.g M.o
SflAuiliul jpratrl? of llhnow cal l'rr.-. tv, ur. j !if
tur maii&Dt Dining Cars iih; ot: .ir:ir
taoagn Expr 1 rain.. - Vu rt i .j::.ro
neml. aj sovd ad u sc-rrau iu unr &r.;-e- l.v.i,
AppreciaUng the fact thr.t a mujar 'y -f t:
eoplo prefer tvporato irpuxutv.jt- t-c JSw.fit
arpoaes (and the ImtnoDt-e pasan:tar bnn
M 6xl Hna warranting U, ire ur p!"'"'l ' aD
Rnnnns that f his lomunnr hltw 'tttlmft Im.am
SSctpUu) Oars for tlecphiff b-.ul i
cxnrJrOAX, mi;Vf, iasas ti l v.
TtcUeta vtik tkta Ctnc, knotrt Qn tarn "MrRH Ifn.U lJuul surt) aald
aOJfHclat AtroBt la site V !!. t. t.ic mmI Canaai.
Ppa taforaiaUoa hoc otM.aJlc i.t your osmuq ttfVct eRee, nrfafreaa,
YffT-Ft A T.I
BIT TIEf v 5
The majority of the ill of the humam
tod t arle fro in a derangement of that
r,iver, affretinu both the ttomath and
boxrrlt. In arder to effeet cure, it is
necessary ta reinore the cause. Irregu
lar and Sluggish action, of the Bowels,
llfadaehe, Sickness at the Stomach, Pain
in the Hack and Loins, etr., indicate that
the Liver is at fault, and that nature re
quires assistance to enable this organ to
throtr off impurities.
Prlcltly Ash Bitters are especially
eompounded for this purpose. They are
mi !l in their action and effective at m
cure; are pleasant to the taste and taken
easily by both children and adults. Ta
ken acrnt d'ttt-j io directions, they are m
safe a irff..m t cure for Dyspepsia,
Generul Debility, Habitual Con.
Ktlpntlon, Diseased Kidneys,
etc, etc. Jmniood Pnriflerifirtf
are superior to any other medicinei
cleansing the system thoroughly, and
imparting netr life and energy to the in
valid. It is a mecllcluc and not an
ASK tOU II CEUGOIST 1CI rRICIlT ASK BITTUS,
aud take no other. PRICE, 1.00 per BotUa.
tEYER EROS. I CO.. SCLE PROPRIETORS,
Be Louia and Kansas City, ICol
A . f, u. r AU I C 'Ascitic (..- W4
IU. W .l Wild mUf bli.HI, th fol
- . ; A Csspetl.t wAasub!
jeivttiiMi of Wrfrt. TmMrwiret.aiik)
J ;. . u-.e, h'.rrtiirj km WoaiM. nim UM'i&fit.
4icc ( krKkg rwors. AW to hi mUmJim A4i,c to Wive,
frmtilij.ioii, als caasss, lttacf M sir mhos spartif
-: c DutuA. Ci ft -At, sxjl sisyik. IwsWjsmsis t Msr
M, ftrwnM-tf ftvitastkjs). biogss TjU f m jmriT La tst Murisgi s4
Lml r.,ht f
4 taaVtsoMt- A bsfk fr Snftia tsmd msnim itt
i tVH im KoTrfacB, by a, mssa,
"THE PRIVATE MEDICAL ADVISER
ft- 8pnilift, toODorrhosa. Het. trtrfeuirsv vaneo
celtvdzo.. 8pertDto-iaM.. BemnmA pbiHty.
i 1m potency, from kiU-lbiM d it , causing
Is mis: fcaatsstAs. met i iiss SB, A rwM ts Bursty, rfcpslsal !, Iktss
fti f rtbc tta,tmtniwm Meat-')'. Lm ml aWawsJ I'sr. sutku( mmm
nf apfMr t Maapir, fTtX trasi9rt,iB4a i (baa; sjsittssi ras
if 1W i& sars f all anvils 4as ; &sH vafcs, svsr 06. aUsa, ft" csa
' Airlcd,' LMttt. to Uiafeoel Tq&idIwoI, 10t
FOR ONE DOLLAR wt a1 ,h? ,h
thasCTsftaaiWa avr dascnbW books, mic
It b .! in 01. so" utfJV rorrV-Ttlfcf 6S paxss, amd ovar M9)
il'usiraiiana. Tk- ceBbiDtak oittBia ts positivatj taa Maat
popular 4d.cai B"ek j a bushes'. Ta auihar is xpri
aced t.Tict rnf bisbt mm (Kjeii. (as i wall kksvil
A4 tha tfi-it crrsa. aal miss tu trraiarrmt n4 ve, 4U b fvamft sff
srssl raSts ta U-os suiting frs tsapurlacs ml im svsicai. arJ satvw.
mJ Tra Uif Jew roat mmitr th bad of "PRaTAT
Aw kj-f M la Uw t lew
aaavya toM aa&ea ut nbl.
EM in Ms4T, cwm
con .1.1 Carta rth. ana timiKi rets tins
um BoHi a triMi msfwisw, svM-asnse sr isiih sar r list s.
ratsais rcaled bw snaQ an4 ers. Whri fosstMs, pr
'tai cnasultstiAt) tm prtirr4, mett frsa soa invifrw. (jt-rt.
I'ooi io anawcrad bj bjtwtl dsiraa( rrtatancat availed frsa
teaa jifrrssoa iprit tin. f r banks ar Irratmaol aJJrrsa
ftiL BITTT 1 kaarkL Uth U ft. LmiI, Mm.
VaaA bv lata'aliin. thr.a nrw.As the iliuua d,rs
Rlixes the 7Fn. faeilitctci froo rxpectoraiioa and
fill. KS , Si v A tril will eon rinoa thr most
kepUCAl of its iaiotttiintis dirot an4 neror fai I inm
effect. 1T: fcOo. wl St.WO. TruJ pwkmge tntn.
VI cragf 'us or dt nan T"r itwnu. mt tai ou
la. K.tCIUi FiIAi.6taaol.Jlua.
X -will itiail a copy
ot m- ew liuou,
"VESICAL CGVslO SENSE."
vri?-wi. . - i ,,,
Ins name snd pot-cflic Mlure, aad tu ceutl
in sttnips to pav po':!ire.
To hv.v suffering with COXSUMPTTOV.
ASTimA. CATAliHH, SOKE TIIIIOAT,
or I.RUM'ill I IS, tiip information in th a Book U
ef irr-at 'Siuc ; :i 1 it may in tie providencs ol Ciod,
save mnrr u"l liv. Adilren.
1U. S. li. WOU r, 1 1C m!La Ou, CtaclaaaU. t
mb. c r., u ay person wco wi j m
COCPACHV OP T!5 r.?lJTRY, WILL
THIS MAP, it-'.y THE
rw - V - iS.yiS'
BE T'VLl-'N TI!n K.iST Si TUE WEST1
n :- v -- f--r u.n tiurposes only. Oneoths
-. 1 r '....r l':i!in.-e Cars is a SMOKINa
h. !.'; --in j .: eajoy jour "ilarana"
v :-'t ii," r -,f i;.. t'nr,
it-. :u : . -..i 1. t., rir;".:!?es span tks Mississippi
.1.! i.-. 1 i s ii. i-rsat nil poiuts crossed by Ihm
i,n.i 1 i--n fvrsr -n' iiid at Council xllnlTs.
'U iv, ! t. h. and Atchisoo. COQ-
11 ' 1 :.- .-i n.:-.i:o i! t 'uion Depots.
H--: t:.i.s if.M. ;:. i:. covnkctions or
At '. I! ;',n vii'a all :rrttcf linst for Umt
r-1 ::.! .....ir..
Al E.v-m imD, run tho L. 8. & M. Sq and F,
I'l. v.- . V.. !':.
.1 v. .vi i: ; o j IctC3Ti, vita P., C. A aL
1 if. U.
a; I, a S-.'.l I E. !ti I1. r'ent. It. R.
U'S-..ia. u.t.i l r. J ; H. b.sE.; I. B. 4
r ; I I M i.t : k.i.l '!'. f i W. Jtiia
At Ko.K .:-. v.tii "Milwsnke A RaoJt
I:u"d Si'. i l.--.tr." end Itoek Isl'd A Pso. RdS,
u. vis v. .n i . tiu wis UaTCapvrt IiTtaiMk
C. 24. A i t. i. li K.
A : V tr t.) in.rv. rritli the B., C. R. At V. S.&
it'i li'::: r.t. I . :i 'a sntrAt lows R. K.
a- .'): ?'...i. w.:ti l. M. & r'. t. R. R.
.j.i i.i 'vc'u witli I nton PiatUe R. R.
.kii'.i.na: s J i.-xTiu;.with B..C. R. & N. R tt.
jiii.wihi. ti. n no. u. u. ix. Kt Mil l
i u;i i' A. with CeiiiroJ lwaK. It. ; Yi,
it . i . ir! t . 3 .V it. B llti.
At Ktoui'k, wift '1'v.U eo. War.: Wab.. 9
Lo--.i - !. ai.ii M- L, . Ka. W -V. K. Ada.
Ai. A)iinov. wtth H. St. J K. It.
At A rtMJ. f:im AIiJ- Topka SQU Ft!
At'h. S. Ko. nnd '.. Ur. (Jj. HjKdV
At l.uri::; .i a;nn. wivu Km. Pae, and K&a,
At kaxs.v hit, wit a an ran for tae wot
.vtrt.t. ;.-vd 3.ivtov woiti
a, m j, .
BENNETT & LEWIS,
AGENTS FOK TIIE CELEBKATEI) LEA VENU OHTII
les In flue city.
GashPoid for Butter and Eggst
Hero We are with a Complete Stock
BLANKETS. COV FOOTS. SHAWLS, HKIHTS, IIOSR, FLAXNEL.H,
CASSIMEI'J S, JEANS. VALISES, DHFSS, UUODS. JltCHINOS,
RIBliONS, LACES, CARPETS, FLOOR OIL CLOTH MATTtYU
WINDOW SHADES and F I ST V RES. d-c.
BOOTS, SHOES J.JSTJD ARCTICS,
CEsvHatsf Cups, and Hoods, --'-UXDKKWEAU,
ALL COLORS AM) SIZKS AT
PKICKS TO SUIT KVKKVIiODY.
Card l!Baiai & jSHottocs
GLOVES d- il ITT ENS TO FIT EVERYBODY, both in SIZE & PRICE
Also the best Select Stock of strictly first-clats (Jro
ceries, Canned and Dried Fruits, Tobacco-, Queens
ware and Glassware in the City. All of which we
guarantee to sell as low as anybody.
to close Cash Huyers, and for large quantities.
S .S. MAIN STIIEET.
Wo So WDnfltec
The Old Grocery & Dry
Although 'Lection is over we are not done selling goods, bv a long shot.
OU WILL FIND AT F.S. WHITE'S ONE OF THE LAMEST AND
REST S1?)CA'S OF GOODS, OF ALL KINDS IN THE TOWN.
Groceries. BBry goods. CS-Ia&M 3t
Crockery warc9 cheaper
Tlie nicest Green Wintt-r Ai)ik's for sah-. Over 20O Rarrels down (Vila-.
Potatoes by the Car-load, PEACH BLOWS N
CASH PAID FOR HIDES FURS, TALLOW, dC, at
JT. S. 'WJrlZTE'S,
IS M F I US IE T 1B Ei
J. . WECKBACH,
(Succoscr t( 'rVTHMANX & WI CKHM Hj
STAPLE and FAicY DRY GOODS.
A full line i-t
Highest Market Price Paid for Choice Butter and Country Produce
5TNo Better FLOUR any where.
Kept in full "lock. A full
CALL AT 21 Y STORE Ft HI BARGAINS.
i:i?5$on'y lirfundrd iu all r4f where liooilx are- not nt IJ r ir"H'ii t-d.4 J
Our Motto is "Live and Let Live."
('ill onil Wwi ll South K:t!-t r..iii;T .M.tift ki! Tiiinl if.'-t-.
Ail illlll rL.vris.MtttTiM. m;i.:: aska.
J". "V". WETOEIBAOH.
Flour and Feed Store !
In Jerry Hartuiairs New Huihiinir,
Main Street, Two Doors East ol Court House.
roii a;.l kinds
Z&-G00DS DELIVERED FREE
As Agents fur the r'. ' FIIiK INSriJANCK CO., uf Fr. -ji1, an.J
tbe GERM AN I A LIFK IN-U'IiANCl, CO., ef Ncw Yoik, xvl- t,:r.-r to t.!u
public good and reliauk Insuraiitv 0:1 th? most reusoiiHbio tti-ui.
! We invite our friends aud
to cull and See us, and
11 SUPISOT OTJ-R, STOCK !
HANSEN & CHASSOT.
H. BAKER & CO.
Tal k Pocket Cillery,
ami 'injlMe I'm- of
T- ANY. PART OF THE CITY.
the public fiencralhj
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