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Garfield And Blaine at Raj.
Li. Y, Sun.
Washington, April 20. The inves
tigation instituted by Postmaster-General
James into the star mail service
in the Southwest had to end with the
dismissal of Brady. The early retire
ment of that enterr-rising gentleman
was long since determined on by Gar
field and all hands, and the applicants
for his place swarmed hitherward.
But Brady built up a fire in the rear
that is, he bonght a newspaper here,
and with money and shrewdness organ
ized powerful machinery, either lor
defence or offence, as Garlield might
prefer. Gartield was brought to a
halt. Some men don't like to encoun
ter a fight, and Gartield, with all his
brave words, is one of them. James
wanted to get rid of Brady, and repeat
edly urged his removal on Gartield.
Failing in this, James set about bom
barding Brady out of office in other
words, he prepared to show a state of
facts that would compel G at tit-Id to
bounce Brady. James's bombardment
was equally directed toward the While
House. . Nor is this the only instance
of the kind. Repeatedly ha.s the Postmaster-
General recommended what
he knew to be necessary to the public
service. Garfield has hesitated, and
finally done reverse of what was re
commended. One day James sent to
I he President the name of a person for
the office of Postmaster in a certain
city, and his name wa sent to the
senate. Early the following day the
friends of auotner waited on the Pres
ident, demanded the withdrawal of
Air. .James's appointee and the substi
tution of their favorite, against w hom
James,after a full examination, had
decided. Gartield came down. The
tirst name was withdrawn, and the
other sei.t in. James got red in the
face, but swallowed the affront, re
marking only, "If the President can
stand it, I can ; but this branch of the
public service will not be what I meant
to make it, or what Gen. Gartield has
professed to desire it should be." So
James, in the Brady matter, has been
hedging Gartield about with dilttculiil
ties that finally compelled him to make
the needed change. Xot that Gartield
was not perfectly familiar with Bra
dy's corruption, but he has not the
courage to do his duty.
Don Cameron spoke another place
in the senate yesterday. Whatever
else you may say of this gentleman, he
is not a fool, ills speeches, always
read, and that. too. at a disadvantage
to himself, have a meaning. He will
probably never have the credit of the
Lhiiiiis he does for his party. His
piece of vesterday, like the one he so
ieebly read in the senate ten days ago,
was a keynote, lhis one is a ste
ahead of the oilier; it is "the cry ot
ostracism" in the south. Now Cam
eron is about the last person on earth
to care a stiver what happens
to another; but he knows what will tie
an effective cry to raise in a contest.
This time it is the cry of ostracism
and persecution. Next time the bloody
shirt without a rag torn or a seam
ripped, will be displayed. There is a
tact in the operation, the tact of his
father, who, let me say, is still alert.
Don saw that the material was being
worn, and that the debate, so-called,
was liable to become humdrum. So
he injects something fresh and lively.
He parades the "armless sleeves." the
"poor widows and orphans," "the crip
pled soldiers" and a host of tilings of
the "bloody war" whereby the heart
of every loyal man, he thinks, will !e
fired capital wheieon to keep up this
contest with Gartield. lint in truth it
is Blaine, not Gartield with whom Don
Cameron has his quarrel. He could
get along with Gartield, whom In
saved from Ignominious defeat by
raising that last hundred thousand
dollars that carried Indiana in Octo
ber. But with Biaine there is an ir
reconciliable difference. Going back
to 18TC Blaine went to Pennsylvania,
where as a born son he has some nat
ural rights, and disputed with Don for
the delegates. Sticking to Ilartianl't
was Don's only means of holding his
men. By doing it Don beat Blaine;
for Blaine just lacked the votes given
to Hartranft to nominate him iu 18TG.
In 18S0 Blaine tried again to divide
Pennsylvania, and he did it to the ex
tent of taking delegates enough to
beat Grant at Chicago. Now comes
the rubber between the two. That's
what Cameron and Blaine are playing
now. "If Blaine will only keep out of
Pennsylvania, he will fare well
enough: but if he is fool enough to
antagonize me and my friends he will
have to pay for it," said Cameron last
spring. And so it has thus turned
out. If Cameron has not won cer
tainly Blaine has lost. But the injec
tion of the Maine Senator into the
Garfield Administration at once an
tagonized the most expert conspirator
of them all Don Cameron. It was
but a continuation of former fights.
The country has not really understood
it. but so the fact is. Don Cameron is
smart but he lacks a thousand things.
The Pennsylvania Senator possesses a
will that dwarfs other senators of
greater repute on the Uoor of the sen
ate. His rule is to light a battle
through to the end, and he is fertile of
expedients. A young man, he is yet
the son of his father, than whom there
have been few who have inserted a
longer finger into party management
during the last thirty years. Aspiring
to the Presidency himself, .and failing,
he has, nevertheless, made Presidents,
and Don has not been an inapt
scholar. To him, as a boy, the senate
has been a play ground. As a learner
of tactics no man ha3 had better train
ing. And he is showing it now. His
little speeches, so poorly read, are .he
programmes of his party. That of
yesterday will serve as such for the
next ten days or longer. And Blaine
is bound to be under in tlm contest.
Senator Blair, of New Hampshire,
William E. Chandler's man, in broach
ing the idea of a called session of Con
gress, in the Senate yesterday, was
only the mouth piece of the White
House. The truth is, in that quarter
the deadlock is irksome. Blaine,
through Chandler, put it in Blair's
head to throw out the idea of a called
session in the interest of the "wool
growers.' He might as well have said
the rag pickers. This thought of an
extra session is what the White House
is contemplating as the winning card
wherewith to beat Conkling. But
Blair's speech was a failure. It had
neither sense nor skill. In the hands
of an expert it might have been other
wise. The recent article in the Cincinnati
Commercial, advising the scalping
knife and tomahawk policy by Garfield
toward Conkling, was also derived
from the White House, or rather from
the Department of State. It failed
wholly of its object. It was ludicrous,
Gartield with a scalping knife and
tomahawk after Lord Boscoe! Halstead
and Blair have fired in the air. Every
day Garfield and Blaine are more and
more at bay.
The man for whom Carrie Stewart,
aged 14, killed herself at Elgin, 111.,
was just three times her own age, but
her heart was so set upon marrying
him that, when her parents locked her
up, she took rxiso
An Adroit Swordsman.
Pulaski, as is well known, wis as
adroit a swordsman as he was perfect
in horsemanship, v and he ever rode, a
powerful and fleet charger. During l he
retreat of the American army through
New Jersey, in the darkest hour of our
national adversity, Pulaski was, with a
small party of horsemen, pursued by a
party of British cavalry, the leader of
which was as good a horseman aud
mounted nearly as well as Pulaski. Pul
aski rode in the rear of his detachment,
and the British Captain came in ad
vance of those ho commanded. Tho
morning sun was shining briirhtly,
casting oblique shadows, and a-s the
fmrsued party entered a long, narrow
ane, Pulaski, having satisfied himself
of the superior speed and command of
Ins horse over that of his pursuer,
slackened his pace and kept his horse
to the side of the lane farthest from the
sun. The pursuing officer came up in
hot haste, his sword elevated so as to
make the decisive cut upon Pulaski as
soon as he could reach him. Pulaski
rode as though he heard not the ad
vance upon him yet he kept his eyes
fixed warily upon the ground on tho
side of his horse toward the sun on his
right. As soon as he saw the shadow
of his pursuer's horse gain upon him.
and found that the horse's head, by the
shadow, had gained about half the
length of his own horse's body, he gave
a sudden sword cut of St. George, with
his powerful arm, and saw the decapi
tated head of the English officer follow
the stroke. His mathematical eye had
measured the distance by the position
of the shadow so accurately, and his
position giving a long back reach to his
right arm, while the cross stroke of his
pursuer must have been made at a
much shorter distance to have taken ef
fect, that the pursuing olli ;;-r lost his
head before he suspected that his prox
imity w:is known or that a blow was
A Trua Incident.
On beard the ili-i'ated steamer Sea
wanhaka was one of the Fisk Univer
sity singers. Before leaving the burn
ing steamer aiid committing himself to
the merciless waves, he carefully fast
ened upon himself and wife life-preservers.
Some one cruelly dragged
away that of the wife, leaving her with
out hope, except as .she could cling to
her husband. This she did, placing her
hands firmly on his shoulders and rest
ing there until her strength becoming
exhausted, she said: "I cant hold no
longer!1' "Try a little longer," was
the response of the weary and agonized
husband, "let us sing 'Bock of Aes.'
And as those sweet strains floated over
those troubled waters, reaching the ears
of the sinking and dviug. little did they
know, those sweet singers of Israel,
whom thev comforted.
Butlo! as thev sang, one after another
of those exhausted ones were seen
raising there heads above the over
whelming waves, joining with a bust
effort in this sweet, dying, pleading
Rock of Ajres cloft for mo,
Let me hide myself in thee.
With the .song seemed to come strength;
another and yet another was encouraged
to renewed effort. Soon In the distance
a boat was seen approaching! Singing
still, they tried, and soon with super
human strength laid hold of the life
boat, upon which they were borne in
safety to hind. This is no fiction; it
was related by the singer himself, who
said he "believed Top:ady's sweet
'Rock of Ages' saved many another
besides him.-elf and w ife." ti'enlcru.
Quite lot of new slang has been
opened up for the fall trade. This is
nearly altogether family slang for the
use of ladies, an. I if they wish to be
abreast of the times they will take out
their pencils and tablets and note down
the specimens. "Catouche" is a very
new word, and means nice, sweet, plea ;
ant. Coffee, for instance, may be ca
touche; so may John Henry, or Eliaa
Jane. When a girl is "llick," she is
knowing; when she is "fency," she is
quite the reverse of knowing. If you
wish to convey to your heart's id-d the
idea that y.u adore her transcendent
beauty, ju-t tell her she is "oppressive."
"A Johnny boy" is a new variety fthe
genus homo who knows how to dance
like an angel supposing that angels
would so far forget themselves as to
dance who wears good clothes, and is
an idiot in every other respect The
feminine equivalent of the "Johnny
bo-" is generally called "Evangeline."
If you disapprove of a place or a per
son, or a party, 3011 may either refer to
it as "snide," "guniniy." or "toppy."
Excessive admiration wrecks itself upon
expressions in such glosses as 'lahn"
"harmonious." "gulitivc." Gu!itive"
seems to mean a great many tilings. It
is a sort of non-committal word, which
can be use I to till up a sentence or ex
press a doubtful opinion. tit. JLouii
Knew Him by His ITose.
A writer in the Contemporary Review
tells this story of a newly-made baron
of the Bourse: One of the Rothschilds
seated in his study was told by his con
fidential servant that the Baron So-and-so
desired to see him. "Baron So-and-so?'?
queried the famous banker, trying
to conjure up some memory of the
nobleman. "Yes, and he said he was
sure you would see him if I only men
tioned his name." "I will certainly
see him," replied the financier, and so
the baron was conducted into his study.
"What!" exclaimed Rothschild, "it is
thou, little Moses? How could I know
thee? Sit down, thrice welcome visitor."
But the newly-made baron had bar
gained for a different reception. "Pray
do not address me so," he said: "I
thought that everyone knew that I had
changed 1113' name." Thou mayest
change thy name, little Tdoses, and wel
come, but thou canst change thy nose.
By thy new name I did not recognize
thee, but by thy old nose I knew thee at .
once. " i
"Grizzly Dan," the hero of Montana,
led a wonderful life. He was once set
upon by a whole tribe of Indians and
obliged to run for his life. He he:ultl
for a cliff 700 feet high, dodging the
bullets tired at him as he ran, b dng
able through long practice to tell the
course of a ball by the sound as it ap
proached from the rear. Grizzly Dan
unhesitatingly leaped over the cliff, to
the amazement of the In lians. As he
was falling Dan turned, raised his
Winchester rifle to his shoulder and
pulled the trigger. An Indian toppled
over with a ball through his left eye.
and while he kept falling Dan kept
pulling the trigger until seventeen red
skins had balls through their left eyes
and were falling over the dill" after
him. The eighteenth shot only carried
away an Indian's nose, as the air was
so full of falling Indians between and
the top of the cliff that his aim was a
little confuted. He struck feet fore
most in the river below, and swam
to the opposite shore before the last
Indian's dead body struck the water.
An American, after dining at a Lon
don restaurant, paid his bill and wa3
about leaving, when the waiter sug
gested that the amount did not include
the waiter. "Ah," said the man; "but
I didn't eat the waiter."
Referring to trade marks the Carpet
Trade Review says that Guttenberg won
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in the United Statai.
and by U. V. MA J Hi;VS.
A certain cr.re for ?icrV'Oi,s
Debility, Seminal WcVr
i ' i F.fc:p03 u-u in rr.y pmc' co fur 2 5 V j;
'" 1 '' 'Aluaunted bock ol CO pci-cs g-virg f-iii U.
ii.ii.-- .Vrse.'f-tii-nunent, sent f r&3. A jirc-TB
DK. T. WILLIAMS. 435 t. Water bt, fitkaviee. 6i
1 ' I 1 ' HI! " II I Hi 1 1. i. PI I 1 . 11 I
? tiSJteasnv i i agjjrcai v. , -r- - .
- l 4 -
u u u m
rwftfrm, m CmTl
BEST THRESHER OH WHEELS
la not ti Vibrator nop nn Apron nrarhlne.
Is wonderf ally- Kuupl-i anil admb ably perfect in it
t'irhintr aua nertcntivg quolitira. Snven Bfl
the rr.ln, nnd rlctni) It rendy for marUet.
Iv4jiu Mmriy, in constructed durably, is liuitbe 1
l'AutifulVy. in tho Piot economical. Vast expen
sive, and uiotf untixfuctory machine in tlio
mnrkrt. VU1 han.llo wet gTain ua well as dry.
Has no equal ia thretdiinir flax and timothy, Uirwa.
int- and cieanlna- both aa well and nccrly as rapidly
as whei-t. and requires no chancre except the s:eve.
flu nr Kjuarefaei of separating and cleaning sur.
fisre than ant other machine ntaae, and ran not be
eecrlntdrd. 1.. both over- and under -hta-'t Our
MVKK Hll.LI.M. ATWCUitl KNT la
new and very dosiraSle. Does the work mora
rapiiUy and better than au cxcluiiively IIiUiiEff
SEPARATORS of tho vnrlo-.is elzel ted for
S'eam or JJurse l'nrrrt an leairel.
An Improved Pitts Power, an Improved
JVoodniiry Power, and tlie Klwuril l:junl
IxiuK Power, all mounted cn fm:r wheels, are
xuanuiootilrvu by us, ar.d are not surpassed by any
in the market.
YTe are alo rrepared to fumish tti-t-cluiS
Portable lOnshiii witii our beparatord.
1'or Price-IJi!t and Circulija, address
SEYKC lif, CABIN & CO.
ftlunufuctyrcrs. Stillwater, Minn.
.H i 71
- -''J i i-
trot-f,8t. Louis, Ho,
--.-'::c,;i (VU;, .;-, h as heett
: i-iise;.ia ia i.i.:.-,h
.! r.-ridt-ii.tstne-.'. C; th-iiu,
r.. y. ii r t lire, ail
'- -. :-ur-:li Aert;&lL Of
.'j I i,.:iri?, Priviltaly.
.' " ' " !:ty t-Ed!n.vct?nc7
i I t-tv in riii.tii.-ef
.. . .'.i - :r "rr'iti.r-.seniia-t-:i-.-
t-.: biL-rit.iluioetive mem--.;.k
t s-'j'.-i'-t 5- confusion of
-' '. ) reintc-irii mar-
lo : rl
. 1 : -
re -.-!.-. yi ri. r2MSltatii
ii fre c-.d ii:.lif.t. Pi.mpLiet 0110
;S fK-'.t ! mail or rrpresi. Cures
ro d -ibt xizr it is utul'!r seated.
,I5 t e cs r
kiSS. , PAGES
'1 v.. '..v.-' !; . wo!' ' " 1 it Is 1: en to u.e, on the
.-iivi-in fi't'ijecls: v'u 1.. .1 m:rry, iy not, why.
..i. ii.iiv. . v.i!nrm-ifKKl, lhy-sij.il day. Win Bhnald
!i '.riyitu. ii"e i:i 1 aapidne-iitnuiybH inoroaiotJ lOtfects
of rcli'.-ii-y r-'t --;'-o,i, ami rn -.rv ro'i. Tii--- marrt3d
c.-i.Ti'n-ii1' .t - , Uia-T-iii.'s;.('-ii.l ri.a.l it tue.-i keepnn-!-
l.i.-k nnd li Z. i 1 -' 1 l'.Il ii morv-y or pos-
t :,; T.r.frlijh in-u-. F'rr.r.c j r-' ft and Bpolten.
T'?TjvaS'" r,f'?; l-'or ti.u siioeJy
r-i i'f. t - i .li.ln.f i iC :i c;r of Sutaliial
, i fe7jKi Wwik-.i-s T- ' i.!-.-.'- -.-i.i. Mi- eii:.n ,
M mmmm ry?r''onfui.ri c f I 15. A'r-ioa t 7-"oeit7
l-u.L-c.ie i.leii'oi-y nil'l 1 -L-or-i'-ri t-:oa '?ion -v rteu
Aliuso. Any (Iructi'is' has t '-o in :rvi.uur. Hi. Ldiui
C initim InFt'o.;ii ct."'nrle- St. lordi, nTo.
7C5 Chpsnut St. St. Lcu!9. Wo. mt old cf5c.
coatiane to euro Boerinau.'rrh:.-. H-emiaal "V7eck.-
Gieet. UrinarT or Bladder dNoaf Kwent cases
cured in a f"v on;.. Al'ithe d.i.eiisea reaU-ing from
self-auupe. ex'J or x.o.i?,e curi ior i i:o witn itio
medicino. A.'li'ice fr. OburKo Io'.t. i'fiil or writa
la strict rnti-!HOce. evmptom Bick fortwof:
-' i--. : . " Cinaan t;;gi ri'tiel:
XJi d ' a iV j pyiiivsthctavsivi l:nt attack I
. . , invi i-iuru i-t niii.ru.oic s;ecp
i ty lchaiat on. thru r.-ac.-:iag tim (i;sca. direct
a?i.-j !'ift -'---m, f-wil-tati-g frvu ?.p?'t, ration anil
fc? lu-ro nil .'Jiit r-.-aodiea
i. . ' XmUftnl will courinco t lie moat
. uumv mu never laning
X ts.riJl a copy
cf my r-ew Hook,
-McDitJAL COS'.'AOH SEfiSE."
. ti v.
7-t-jU.ce aduic-ia, ttiiJ oui ceutl
TA!:ni!, SOKK UlItOAT,
'11-. the ipfcrtiiation in thmHook is
, 1 it may .11 the providence of Uod,
'' 'i-e. Ad.lrcss.
: Jl.l E, J iC Tmlta ?u t IntlncaU. O.
Oti. S. li.
Readings I necitat.!CR3f Er.icutionl
y H 1 1 S m SO NOW READY.
Sm? K-1 OROiSHETI & Co
703 r.hc5'.r.L Cf.. fhltstfefMi?-!.
" W Wl
This r.nrjnVr ii or.firrr. w'tli thi SeT'.'i. arM ef- if. ni-c:'m-t
i;i sii:i n rpU ii t l; luin iti.;i:. -1 l-.r-atlJr-'-.i,
enn'i:nir.. K.nttnei.t. Cr:storv. I'ldi.lto'. itoriit.r. Kifi,.
I .HO pp. f tie. S-JCtS.. maiifi free. J cy IJw..k.-ll0i-3.
ilr.TV l0ir M h'l slicil'S l.i. Vi'rv mrTT;S.r t.f a 1 - .m
vlio Tt-.i-.79 ISomettiln .-v i ie r... pI-.mt;! 1 .'A
Vols tct. Cl.'li rid 7. r : : J n1 I,:- i T 'o-.-e-i-. i IV.
W eiiiaohaV3'i'hree2ik3o:' "iiZAoor:::;," l.i-,L-utij.
C - rs l
a K n
m reserved fes3
TO GIVE THEM GALL,
WHO IS UNACQUAINTED WITH THE
SEE EY EXAMlHiKO
ktl, IVinncHpii. -.'ii I. f i :.."!.. V Ifs
V5t J'v -'..' 4 - - ' ' W.v;;' it
Ufi'i s f3 o u ri Ai i'-rr J "C A
CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC R. R.
IS THE GREAT ( OSNIXTIXU LINK
Iisnuiiri line runs fiimi t lii'-:i'-. t. tomx il
IHutls. usiiiii tlirnui.-h .lulipt, u-.uiwu. l.a r-;. i. .
tii-nesoo. Ucline, K'M'k lilani. pnvi.iijii : t. V" :
l.iberty. Iowa I i:y. Mareiifi, l'.r'iol;iv,i, i.rmrull.
I)c Moines illie ciiUt:il of pnva., riui-.rC. Alltiu
lic. biiJ Avoca: with liram-lK a fr.nu Iii!ii-;:ii
Junction to 1'enrin ; Wllion Juii' U-'ii wMui. a.
tine, Valiini:ti.n, KoirfieM, l.ltl"ii. r.i ii.i. ..i,
Cciitreville, 1'ritii-enin. '1'rentuo. isll:tin. t ai-.n-rnn,
Ieaveiiwoith. Atcliisun. anil kam-a? ';
WiiKluncton to SijiourrH-f . 't.kaloosu. anil Kn- x
Tille; KeokuK to r iiriuiin;tiii. B"ii:iiii-io. i :i
turisport, lnrtepcrnler.t. Kl.tmi. (ntuniwa. KiWv
Tille. thikaUiosa, l'ella. Mnuroi?. ami ln-s Muir.o;
Newton toMnnroo; l)e Miin-s t. Imnanoia a;nl
W'intersct; Atlantic to Lewis ami A'.Kiulion; iiml
ATOca to Harlan. Ihi. in punlivi-ly the oi.K
KnliroH'l, wliicii owns, ami nperales a throu'i
fcno from t'liicatro into the St:n.n of Kansas.
Throuvrli Ezprene I'nsseiwer i'rain. with I'nll
man laiacerariaitaciie!1.iiii--ri:ii :i h way ;;ii.y
betiveen CHli'Aiiu ami rKui:!A. ICa-.sat.
CorSCir, ULrKFM. Ll'AVVMl DiiTii uti-1 ATi III
fOS. I'tiroug tl car area!.i run tiotwei-n M :lau
kee an1 Kansas t'lty. via tl.e "MilmaiiKee a::i
Bocklslaml t-liort l.'iif "
Tho "Great Ko ic l- !:-.n'l" is iiiairni!ic ntiy
equipped. Its roail tt-.i i.-i :.i:nily p i-lei-t. ai.n i"ii
track it laid with stc-l rails.
What will please yn.i mot will lie t!:a pleasure
Of enjoyinit your riii-als. while iiaS'i.t; over tin?
beautiful prairies of Illinois and Iowa, ia one of
cur matrnificen'. Dining ars that ati-ompuny nil
Through Kxpresa 'I'rains. Vou pet an entire
meal, as goo4 as is served iu any lirsl-clus Uutei.
Appreciatini: the fact that n majority r.f the
people prefer separate apartments tor liirT'-rent
urposea land tint inmieiiM; asseni!er liutiins
of this line warranting it . we are pli.-asiil t. aii-
2 ounce that thi. Cumixiuy runs Puilm ui I'nuice
lecping Cart for sleeplni; puPjtes, an.l PaUtte
CnrWlL. ULVFI S. KAXS.1S tll V. AT'!IIM(,ml
Trx w r T . rv f ' . ir . r run
Tickets Vli. thla Lino, Known u tho "tli
11 Ticket Acents in lite I nlteit tu i as.
For Information not cbtaiuutlc iit jour
IflM 13 AIjIj.
Profitable Reading for EvfirvhnHv
rlfS mn anA -nman oU . 1 : 4
uiiiwids, Haulers, anu u who are tired
Ml , Y' i t!",M-ni lyli ar?a worry ot your work I
. . . ... .-..(
.-.?"" '".""'"S iruin dyspepsia, Kheuma--ism.
Neuralgia or uh Bowel, Kidney, Liver or!
away wiiu consnmpuon.
male weakness or anv sir L n-cc . :t u J
, , , , . , . i y vu udvc a pain-
- ' " """ re"cl
11 y-cu are cnteebied bv disease. r,i,l 9 ... .,'
jvpiii avsicm xiceus invigorating, or
if you have pimples and blotches, and your blood
v"- " ' "i- . . "! ' in aiffiv ni-prnn on
.vlaJe i.-oin Ginaer. Buchu. M.ndr.k.. Si,liinn;.
and r-.anv other of the host medicines L nnun I?lc
the Best Health and Si. angth Restorer Ever!
j .fa, an. i is lar Mpo-nor to Hitters, Essences of
L.ir.S- r a:nt othor Tonics, as it never intoxicstes,
m J cnnibines the b-st curative prr-perties of all.
it, iias nreu iinnurfil ol i ires; It JUay '
Fluy a $pc. bottle- cf your liruscir.t. and to avoid'
-iiinicrft its be sure our signature is on the nm.'
ide wrapper. Hiscox & Co.. Chemists. N. Y. I
Parker's Hair Balsam. fSlIS
The Reftt fe 3!ost IonimiraI Hair DrekRing
Containing otily ingredients that are beneficial
to the hair and scalp, the Ualsam will be found
far more satisfactory than any other preparation.
It Seier Fails to Eestore Cray or Faded Hair
to the original vouthful color and is warranted to
remove dandruff, prevent baldness and atop failing
of tho hair. Seia druggist mt 50 cenls.
v"iiup rr- r 1
-1 'i 1 1 111 is
rJrZ lubri-ali-r i. the world. It is the bast
IT. . .becsnw) It dos rot prum. but forma a
niniy ppnsned surrace ever the axle, re
ftM.?V?.8 J?ct,on a,?d lishtenlrg the draft.
" " 1 1" fpapest ia.ise it costs no more
iN OTiyr uranus,ann one DOX Villi do
the work of two of any other A-le Crease
1,1 ri n t 1 r .. 1 -j - r . . .. . .... . . .. . .... '. 1 t t . .
Mill Oeannsr, ThreHhinir Machines. Coi-n-riant- rs!
v.?5.AiNTffR to contain no Petroleum.
or sale by ail hriit-clas dealers. tf Our I'oket
Uil e A 11 n r.tar- .
31 Michigan Avenrjg. Chicago, Illinois.
It i the reapll .of 20 Tears' exprrlenep and
exiyriirieuts in Kewlufr AlachiDea. It romtWne the
good potnts of allprenent and former makes, and is
not a one man ,ror " one idoa " machine, as others
are. It avoids t he del rti of or lu-rH, and imw
Pewea neic and valuable features and convenience?
It 18 iarae, lightrvniiivg. noisrle, hutndsome, con.
enunt durable, and sim,.le. Wnrrnnted end
t SFi '"'"Pn'rlrri'lorijjTnm. ('irculunwitii
f ull descn ihoii sen t f ree. ou n -1 uct t. 1 1 is nurel v the
x jt A tnol will prove ii. Iloti't fail to see it
fc'VJA'J'J15;- MAMtTFAfTlTBEDBY I-'LOP.tNCK
MAI H1N h ('(.,norc-u-e, 'a; . w-ioi fsalld i v
CiEU. P. BESTHI and m Wct; tit., j -hij? I .
ARE PAID every Eoldier dimlt-.- In
l-ne "f iliity . t.y accident or othci A
W i f nn v kinil.lnrs ot'lineer.toe
ur cv. ltt'1'1 I llH .r but .-.-.Tut ---
toc i.f Luni: or Vuricow Veli- rive a
jKu.iii'a. I ud'.-r row law thi-issaiiU.-aro
ii:t li.'i to Mi in en-f pt-t-ion.
i i iJi.iv.-s. r.rph.ias 7-i:ci h i.7i.;.. r t t.i'i-. ,
r l-iciihcrj .f m i. ,,-r-; v '-.. .-; in t' c
arn-y fret a pen-inn. KIL'I V -h.
f r W' n-.J. i: irre ; i- l i-'
r v, s full htm: fcn?S-iari i fit
I. 'imi rr-1 P..nrtv .' ;. i
.P. I I..F ir-f: ,'- r-.. :.
I'. A.W.f -.v'--. --' I .
. 71 .1 P. K- :n-': '
TOTFUL Kews for Boys and Girls ! J
Younif and Old ! ! A NEW IN.
V K riON lust patented for thein.
for Home use !
Fret and Scroll Sawinu. Turninir.
Borine, Drillintr.Grinding, Polishing.
o ... T ie . e-n
bend 6 cents for 100 pages.
PHBA1M BliOWN, Loweil, Urn.
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
A v'ou'u or youtuiai anipriKicnc.; car.Fiur; l'i-cina-
ture JJCiay, Aerrous liebiliiy, Ixist JIacluiod, etc..
navies tried in vain every Known remedy, hai dis
crivered a riniple pelf rnr-?. wLich lio v ill s'-r-.l FREE
to ins rellow-siiflererH, address J. li. IsI-.KVICs.
4,3 Cii:itlia:ii Nr., N. Y.
A C K &
CEOCRAPHV OF THIS COljrITRY, WILL
THIS MAP, THAT i:Z
BETWEEN 1 15 i: EAST & THE WEST
lhninn ' '.m f r cat i:;c piiriiu-r-sonly. One other
pr. at !-.-aif e i f in.r l'alat o ai Is a FMoKl.NtJ
ss.i-'iiN v.-ii. -r vmi '.nn enjoy your " Havana"
at ail la. nn i-l tl.i- ::-.-.
.M;-i.-i:i.ii v:it 1 r. .a lirnl-jt s si .an tU Kinsstpnt
; an l Ai 1.1 h i:. i i . vi is ; I p.iints orussl l.y this
i le. . iiMi t;a!is!i r.nn avi.nl:-1 at t'oun'-il I5iii:'s,
' 1 1 1 7 - ii v. 1 .7 avi-.i'A i ' li. nti.i Atchison, cull
i nei tr.:: 1 .'!:il f.:titf i:i L'ni.jii ien.-iis.
i Till-: i'.li.V 1 1 - A Ij it. II. iivMM'TIONS OF"
Tins .iii;v,' TiiKiii.'i.ii Li-sis ai;js a
At t liii i with all oivcrg'.r.g linos for tiJ
At V.S 1 i wiinii. rith ;!:o I- S. i M. S., and P.,
I t. v. a ;:. i:.t.
At W.i:-i;i.vii iu- lirii.nrs, with P., C. Jfc 8C
I., k. i;.
At l.A S t I.:.. r.-it!i I I. rent. U. ii.
At ri i -ri i
A. I ; I'. 1. i I. B.
V : I I ::!. .:
.-.t !.. i-. :
1, ::i..1 r-.
At n. vi.m
c. i. -v m. r.
At 1- i I,
A ! 1 ; i:: 1
a: li.." :
; . ; '. v'. litis.
. . -,i ".Milwaukee & Roc
i . ' .. t:x-k Isf-J IVo. Uds.
n. ...i.i lau liiivtnpoit JJiTisiuS
;! i i v. ..-.th i'.wn..C.n.Si N.R.B.
:.. .. i. : ' i-oir ! Iowa K. !t.
N :... li l M. y. I. It. R.
,.. in s m itii I'ni'in l'acitic XI. It.
At 1 Hi'Nt ii
hiiui.;. 1 1: i, il .v Mn. 11. II li. ill Ni'h.l
Ai I l 1 1 " J I'N' 1 tli V. wull li.l'. li. A; N. IIH
At Oi I I'K'.i a, nii.li I i nt ra i iuffii 1L li. ;
gt. I..X 1'ae. ntnl '. ii ,V ij. i:. i!'t
At iktuKCK, w?th 'I 'll.. l'-o ,v War.: vv sh.. 34,
Loins X I nr.. ami 7-t. I... K. A N -V. U. itos.
At t'A.MKiios, with H. M.J K. R.
At Ainimiv. with Atfh.. Topekn & Santa Fe;
Ateh. Ai Nee and ph. lir. L". 1. K. Itils.
At 1.i:avi xwoiiru wiUiKan. ac., and Katt.
Cent. i:. lUiii.
At Kansas Citv, with all lines for the Wea
riKUI. TE MOIXES,
wl LEiVrX WOICT11.
- t - nt 1-ocli imun-J isomc, arc oja uy
t'uiO tleUct orSee, ol!ro.
J-i. ST.,, .T t 1 1 ?s .
Ocal ait. ui-a
1 ; - - - r -w . . - ui n ,-w j. .
IS t VLa
1 'j i
' ' '
f -yrJi... a
Staple and IFaatcy Kraccnic9
ACiEXTS FOli THE CELEUIi ATEI) LEAVEN WOUTII
BUW WTaAmm f slim
The cl&oiect fitock of grocer
ies Isa lie city.
Oasli Paid for Butter and Eggs,
Here We are with a Complete Stock
ea S k.1."
BLANKETS. COMFORTS, 811 A
C.NJiiA' JhAAS. I .1 .- .V, ,s. tt'uolts. HUI'HINUS
lillWOXS, LACKS, CAM'EIS, FLUOi:HL CUtTll MATTlSUsi
WINDOW SUA DRS awl FIAT CUES, l-,r , t-(-
-Huts, Caps, and I-ioucis, -UXDKIiWEAK.
AIL COLOKS AXlSIZKS VI'
IMIICKS TO SUIT KVEIiViiODV.
GLOVES tC- MITTENS TO FIT EVEIlYhODY, both in SIZE d- MICH
Also the best Select Stock of strictly iirst-chiiy Gro
ceries, Cannctl and Dried Fruits, Tobaccos, Queens
ware and (iJassw.ue in the City. All of which wc
gjarantfe tt sell as low as anybody.
to close Cash IJuyers, and for hire quantiticK.
s s.MAiNsruEi:,. W. H. BAKER & CO.
The Old Grocery & Drv
Altliough 'Lection is over we are not done selling grooil?. by a long shot.
OU WILL FIND AT F. 8. WHITE'S ONE OF THE LARGEST AND
BEST STOCKS OF GOODS, OF ALL KINDS IN THE TOWN.
The nicest Green Winter Apples for sale. Over 20O Ii.urels down Celhc.
Potatoes by the Car-load, PEACH BLOWS
CASH PAID FOR RIDES FURS, TALLOW, dC, at
H I F R m IE ST ii
(SuccPT-.sor to 'a'THMAXX S; WECKII.VCII,)
STAPLE and FANCY DHY GOODS.
of every dirscriiition
Highest Market Price Paid for Choice Butter and Country Produce
CENo Better FLOUR-anywhere.
Kept in full tUock. A full
CALL AT MY STORE
W"Moiiey tcfiiiMlrit in all ('m vhet-
Our Motto is "Live
Call and ee us. s""t!, Ei"tc" -
Flour and Feed Store !
In Jerry Ilartinan's Sew Iliiildinir,
Main Street, Two Doors East of Court House.
FOlt a:l kinds
HGOODS DELIVERED FREE
As AsfenU for the old FIRE INSURANCE CO., ofFic-i po-t in
the GK RMANIA LIFE INSURANCE CO., of New York, we offer to Uie
public good and reliable Insurance on the most reasonable terms.
We invite our friends and the public eneralht
to call and See us, and
13 SPECT OTJ-R; STOCK!!
HANSEN &. CHASSOT.
Whs, XKIliTS, II OSIC, FLA A' XRL,S,
by (lie pound jgviv
Table k PocM Gntlery.
1 complete Pne of
and coinjilete Pin- of
Ft Hi BAIIUAINH.
tinotln are not it.-. ltrpi-M-ntd ff
and Let Live."
" "KW&SWtii nkhkamka.
To ANY PART OF THE CITY.
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