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I1ELI3 CF nil'EIilT.
The son of an Ol.io Supreme Court
Judge lias gone to Statu prison for
The French railroad returns showed
an increase of nearly 9 per cent, hist
year over 1879.
Opium is said to kill 3,000.000 Chi
nese annually, but Hoodlums will bo
j;lad to know that there are plenty
The lighting of Akron, Ohio, is satis
factorily done by a powerful electric
lamp placed on top of a tower 208 feet
A stately woman walked Fo'emnly
down California street, S:in Francisco,
dressed only in a night-gown. She
Lord Shaftsbury lately stated that
$180,000,000 have been spent on church
building in England in this century
and yet there are unbelievers.
A Fond du Lac banker absconded
with $200,000. but his tender consci"-ca
compelled him to send back $l.u be
longing to a cemetery fund.
Ten years ar;o Liege, Belgium, turn
ed out thirty-.-ix per cent, fewer gun
barrels than Birmingham; now Liege
turns out thirty-live per cent. more.
The returns of the commerce of Aus
tria and Hungary for January and Feb
ruary show that the import of wheat ex
ceeded the export by 228,000,000 cwts.
The great house of Godillot, contract
ors for military clothing; - the publishing
house of Firmen-Didot, and inanj' other
private firms of Paris aru being con
verted into joint stock companies.
A new industry, the extensive culti
vation of flowers for perfumery purpos
es, is about to be started in California.
In Europe it is very remunerative; a
good crop of lavender will yield $1,500.
The United States Consul at Bremen,
in drawing attention to the widespread
counterfeiting of American goods in
German markets, says fiat the German
imitators have been .ably seconded by
many American manufacturers failing
to maintain their original standard of
The stock of unlicensed Toronto bars
is seized by the police, who take it to
the police court, whero its destruction
is ordered by a magistrate. All the
lager beer at a picnic was seized the
otTier" day, and the bungs officially
Henry W. Hook bequeathed 15,000
to l'hilauelphia charities. Due me wi.i
has been declared invalid. George K.
Tryon. the heir of the estate, voluntari
ly Pa"3 tuo money to lie institutions,
declining to defeat the wishes of the
It is signilicant of the attractions
which the Australian colonies oiiVr at
present to emigrants that whereas 31,
782 persons emigrated in April from
Liverpool to the United States, 13 went
thence to Australia. British North
America got 3,500, and the West Indies,
Already Sothern's character of Dan
dreary is" being experimented with by
comedians, "Our American Cousin"
being a play unprotected by copyright.
All of them closely imitate the dead ac
tor, and one George Holland was
formerly a member of Sothern's com
pany. An Ohio law forbids the giving of ne
gro minstrel performances on Sunday.
The San Francisco Minstrels being a i
viscd that they could legally appear if
their faces were not blacked, went
through with their entertainment with
out burnt cork.
Mr. Walter's application for an in
junction against the reprinter of Lord
Beaconslield's biography, which ap
peared in the London Times, was re
fused because he declined to name the
author and join him in the plea. The
author was Sir William llarcourt, the
Home Secretary, who received 1,000
for the article. The Messrs. Longman
have since, with the sanction of the
Times, reproduced it at a price which
will soon drive the uiiauthorizcJ 'crsiou
out of the market.
The Philadelphia Telegraph says :
"Wi.cn a m hi gets out of a situation
the worst thing lie can do is to hang
around home. He may save his wife
many steps, learn to shell peas, string
beans, peel potatoes, make beds, and !
even darn stockings, but very soon he
Will be rood for nothing else."
Life in the "Land of tha Sky.''
At the late meeting of the American
Association for the Advancement of Sci
ence, in Boston, the writer sought in
formation from the professor (J. R.
Proctor) about the horncspun fabrics
that still constitute the common wear of
a large population inhabiting the terra
(almost) incognita of the United States,
viz. : the mountain sides and valleys of
Eastern Kentucky and Tennessee,
Northern Georgia, Western North and
South Carolina, and South-western Vir
ginia, and was invited to explore a part
of the region by him.
This section is. we may say, some
what larger than Great IJritain, and
contains more and purer iron and coal,
equal deposits of copper, lead, zinc,
ami salt, besides corundum ami gold in
its mines; it enjoys what is probably
the finest climate on this continent; it
is permeated by the most fertile val
leys, and bears upon its hill and moun
tain sides the heaviest growth and
greatest variety of hard-wood timber.
If to this true mountain region bo
added the Piedmont and Cumberland
Plateaus on the eat ami west, the blue
grass section of Kentucky, and the
high uplands of Alabama and Georgia,
the area will be enlarged to nearly that
of France, and it may be affirmed that
there is nowhere else to be found in
this country, in an equal area, such an
opportunity for diversity of employment
in agriculture, mining, metallurgy, or
variety of manufactures.
Yet in the first two dwellings, built of
logs, to which the writer was guided
from the new town of Rugby, not only
the house, but every thing in or about
it, except iron and crockery ware, had
been made by members oi the family
with their own hands. In the garden
grew the little patch of cotton to be
ginned on a small roller gin, whittled
out with a jack-knife; on the hill-side
ranged the sheep. Both the wool and
cotton were carded with hand-cards,
and spun on the spinning-wheel by the
house-mother or her children, then
woven on the hand-loom, the frame of
which had been fashioned with a broad
axe from the oak of their own pasture.
The boys were clad in butternut gar
ments, the father in blue jeans from the
same loom. The sheet, bed-quilts and
blankets were truly hand-factured in
the same way, while the beJs were
stuffed with feathers plucked from their
In the next house I managed to pur
chase a blue and white quilt, of very ar
tistic pattern, and atriped cotton and
wool blanket, both woven by the old
lady, who seemed to think it infra dig.
to sell the product of her own hands,
and only consented when I explained
to her that I wished them to keep as
examples of what will -jon become one
of the lost arts. Her twelw-trcddlo
loom filled about a third of the living
The writer is not a sufficient master
of the art of picture-writing to dar.; to
hope to five an impn-ssiou of '.he swixs
that are" to be found in this -land of
the fcky," as it has be.-ii called. Ed.
ward Atkinson, ia Uarj.tr.
A writer in the CI en IT, ;: - Maya
Zinc says: Year by y : r 1' rigors o
the east wind s. em io augment, a.id the
conclusion that some dvplorab e ehaiigo
has taken place in our climate is b wig
forced upon us."
When Mr. Disraeli first came forwr rd
at Wycombe as a Parliamentary candi
date he was opposed by a territorial
magnate. Of course the" friends of the
latter made much of the connection of
the magnate with the county, &c, at
the hustings. "On what do .you stand?'
shouted a man to Mr. Disraeli. "I
stand," he replied, "on what you never
will on my head."
Revivalist Wanncmacher, while con
ducting a total abstinence meeting at
Reading. Pa., attacked the character
of Frederick Lr.uer, the leading brewer
of the city. The Rev. J. M. Spear, who
had been aiiMng in the exercises, arose
to defend the brewer, saying that Lauer
was temperate, enterprising, public
spirited and honest. This was too
much for Wanncmacher, who inter
rupted Spear and asked him to quit the
The arc 7,000 French Canadian mill
operatives in Ilolyoke, Mass., and the
children among them have learned to
speak English. The majority of the
Canadians do not like this, and have pe
titioned for a French public school.
They have also appointed a committee
to revise all the names of their people,
in onler to restore to the original form
all those that have in any degree be
come Americanized in spelling or pro
nunciation. The new theatre, by Gamier of Paris,
at Monte Carlo is a magnificent edifice,
almo-t as large as the Paris Opera
llot:e. As it is to play the part of both
theatre and concert hall it resembles a
vast and sumptuous saloon rather than
a theatre. There is but one box that
of the Prince of Monaco.
Notwithstanding the lugubrious ac
counts which daily come to hand of tho
non-payment of rent, and thousands of
re res going out of cultivation, the Lon
don papers contain accounts of plenty
ol i :ii.s and parties, and fashion ga
zettes have whole pages of description
( i iadies dresses at court.
Jonas Il-wvood murdered a man at
.".I .:!. ..ngahe'la. Pa., and flrfid. His dis
i: :ise was so perfect that he could not
;e - gnized from the printed descrip
tion i: Tim sent to the police through
out t:.e country; but two words in that
d .ctini .ml, "lie stutters," were fatal to
it.s e:.:. nee of permanent escape. De
;; :ics kept their ears open for a stut
terer, arrested several innocent ones,
and finally caught Hey wood.
The last panacea for the woes of the
British farmer is that he should grow
t.i a. co. A writer advocates its culti
va i.:i in the midland and southern
e..ti:iti s of England, and asserts that it
wen.. I yield, if properly grown, a profit
oi : 20 aa acre. " The cultivation of to
b.tcco is at present forbidden in Eng
land, under an old act of Charles 11.,
and in Ireland by an act of fifty years.
A cruel blunder was made in an
nouncing the verdict in a St. Louis ranr
der c-is. The foreman of "4ho jury
1 at! !.;d the clerk several slips of paper,
a d the clerk read: "We find the pris
on, r guilty on the ground of insanity."
The culprit's face lighted up with de
li ; ;t, and he exultingly shook hands
with his counsel. "There's a mistake,"
said the foreman to the clerk; "you've
re d the wrong slip. The one that's
i. ncd is our verdict guilty of murder
in tlie first degree."
A gentleman went some time ago to
s'av with a clergyman in a country vil
1 .-re. in England, of great ability-, piety
and learning. Having observed that
t ;ere were two churches one in the
vil ae, the other a considerable dis
t::no7from it, whero there were no in
1 it nts he said to the wife of the
i lcr-y men, "What is the meaning of
vour having a church at the end ot t!;e
parish, at a place where there are r:o
inhabitants?" "Oh," the lady replie :.
"thai church is not wanted for worship;
it isbimply wanted for intercession, and
my husband goes periodically to that
church, closes the dooi and then ot!e:s
a prayer for the benefit of the parish."
There is a great deal of character in
the moustache. As the form of the np-
fer lip and the regions about it havo
argely to deal with the feelings, pride,
self-reliance, manliness, vanity, and
other qualities that give self-conlrol, the
moustache is more particularly connect
ed with the expression of those quali
ties or the reverse. When the mous
tache is ragged and, as it were. Hying
hither and ihither, there is a lack of
proper self-control. When it is straight
and orderly, tho reverse is the case,
other things of course taken into ac
count. If there is a tendency to curl at
the outer ends of the moustache, there
is a tendency to ambition, vauity or
display. When the cnrl turns upward
there is geniality, combined with a love
of approbation; when the inclination is
downward there is a more sedate turn
of mind not unaccompanied with gloom.
The reverse quality is well indicated by
the common portraits of Shakespeare,
who was as much noted for cheerfulness
and geniality in life as those qua'ities
are manifested in his writings. It is
worthy of remark that good-tempered
men will, in playing with the mous
tache, invariably give it an upward in
clination, whereas cross-grained and
morose men will pull it obliquely down
ward. Ancient Perfumery.
Jules Simon traces back the origin of
perfumes to the early times of the Chi
nese Empire and mentions a curious
fact which prevailed among the line
ladies of the Celestial Empire of rub.
bing in their hands a round ball made
of a mixture of amber, musk and sweet
scented flowers. The Jews, who were
also devoted to sweet scents, used them
in their sacrifices, and also to annoint
themselves before their repasts. The
Scythian women went a step farther,
and, after pounding on a stone, cedar,
cypress and incense, made up tho in
gradients thus obtained into a thick
paste, with which they smeared their
faces and their limbs. The composition
emitted for a time a pleasant odor, and
on the following day gave to the skin a
soft and shining appearance. The
Greeks carried sachets of scent in their
dresses, and filled their dining-rooms
with fumes of i nceuse. Even their
wines were often impregnated with de
coctions of flowers, or with sweet-acant-ed
flowers themselves, such as roses
and violets. There A-ere also appro
priate scents for each limb and each
feature, and the elegants of Athens re
sorted to such effeminate refinements
of luxury, anointing pigeons with a
liquid perfume, and causing them to fly
loose about a room, scattering the drops
from their feathers over the heads and
garments of those who were feasting
Gov. Jarvis and party of friends vis
ited some of the North Carolina fisher
ies on the Alberniarle Sound, and vr iU
nessed several successful hauls of fish.
At Capehart's fishery, recently, they
particularly saw two hauls, one of 175,
000 herring in the morning and another
of 125,000 in the evening. The great
seine, 2,500 yards long, was taken out
and laid by two steam flats. The warp
of the seine is 2,500 yards in length,
making the total length nearly three
miles. It was hauled in by steam, the
rope coiling on immense drums. As it
came in, the whole beach for a great
space was white with fish, piled up in
masses. At the Coleraine fishery, in
the same neighborhood, 800,000 her
ring were recently taken in one haul.
Everv wound or Injury, even bv accident or
any duV:ie. entitles a soldier of the late war to
a pension. All pensions by tlie law of January.
IST'.t, bein hack at date of discharge or death
of the soldier. Alt entitled should apply at
once Thousands who are now drawing pen
sion are entitled to an increase. Soldier.? and
widows of tlie war of 112 and Mexican war are
entitled to pensions. Thousand are yet enti
tled to bouuiy, but do not know it. Fees in all
caserilo. l'ay for every description of war
clainn collected. Employ an Attorney reid
inti in Washington, who can give personal at
tention to vonr business. American and For
eign patents obtainett on short notice. Send
two stamp for pension aud bounty laws. Ad
dress V. T. FrrzuKHALi). U.S. Cliiin Apeut,
Lock llox 1-'. Washington, ! C. 5Uy
h7 a. WATERMAN & SON
Wholesale and Betail Dealers in
Main street. Corner of Fifth.
FL ATTSMOU II, - - - - XKB.
JSO. COHS & SON, Pros'rs.
N. V. COUXEi: MA1X AND SECOND STK'S,
Near B. & M. Pas-enger Depot,
Newly refitted and furnb-hed throughout. Af
fording an excellent view of the II. II Diklge,
It is conveniently located, especially for the
The tables always supplied w ith the best of
it connection with the house. Lunch baskets
filled at all hour. Terms reasonable. 8tf
tl 0 i! S tluSliitoif i
?T!t? Cretins Outfit.
& iiruoka St. XlLi
RGfJERT DON 'JELLY' :
Wagon, Buggy, Machine and Ploic re
pairing, and general jobbing
I am now- prepared to do all kinds of repairing
of farm and ot tier machinery, as there
13 a good lathe in my simp.
PET Eli RAUEN,
The old Reliable Waon Maker
has taken charge of the wajinn shop,
lie is well known ;us a
XO. 1 WO i: KM AX.
!k'ew Majons and ltueii aiaiJr to
Shop on Sixth street onnosile SM eii:ht Stable
r-tatlssici 1847 st 12 . Bth Street, ST. LOTE, MO.
r: .E Fhy-nicians in charge of thia old and welt koon
jl. :i:g.iint.on nro reeulnr graduates in medicine am
:r.vr7. Years of Experience in the treatment cl
: r.rcnio Diseases have mada their skill and abilitr
u;;Kh u lienor to (lint of the ordinary practitioner,
.-.a tiiy havt acg-nrtri a national reputation through
r irontmpnt of complicated cae.
iMDiSCRETtON OR EXPOSURE j-s
hi ihbi imwhmmi atfectior.4
i tut- bl ixl. ak.ii or bones, treated with auccesi,
.ii cieut.fU- principle, without using Mercury or other
- .noiiou Medicines and at moderate expense.
''Oli Fi C MFN SD1 the of middle aju who are
-'-iTaiiriiiP' mattering from organic weak
ues3 taat unfits its victim for business or marru.'.,
lMr!ntn'nt ly cured, ftf moderate expense.
EATjEJCTS.ATFD mi d
terftwual cTTuTiatii'i: i f icier.-cd, w Lich it FR and toYtted.
,iU of questions to b answered by patieoU desiring trcmUurnt
nailed free to any address oa application.
rfPrn unYrfnc- frwtn Rupture alio utd send thIr address,
f a4 lara aoasethlfisi te- their ad I tie siota trnm.ff
Commut.''-tnni strict I v connientteJ, and should be addressed
JU- UL TXH, 13 North tb 8t-.St Louis. Mo.
Wa Mean Cured, Not Merely Rslisvsd
And Can Protre What tee Claim.
B9 There nre no riilum unci no11i-
Mi nlmpnlii. I f yoii are tronMeil Bid-
eil K HKAH.4CHK yon run beeaiill.rai..l
olcUly furwl. w humlreih hiiielwii
already. We aJiall he pleaseU lo mull
sheet of testimonials) to any interfile -j.
CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PiLIi
Alsocurenl forms of Biliousness, prevent Cor.;,
patlon nnd rynpp:a, promoto p'trc-ti". roll v
distress from too hcartT catln?. correot Disorder
of th ; Stomach, Stimulate) tho Uver.and ItepuMa
tho Bowels. They do ull this by taking Just one
little plUat a do.;e. They aro purely vegetable, do
notertpoorpurso.andnre as nearly pcrfectnsi
Is possible fern pill lo t o. Price Co cents, a fcrji
Sold by TruFgists everywhero or sent by hjmI:.
CARTER MEDICINE CO., NEW YORK.
rwsv ' v. v? M.
A valuable CUravenr ' Xe-nrtur ia Med
ical Science. A poHiriv. ' : tiwrivn Ki ni-cly ror tiie
eieedyand perri;iaeat 'ti iif (irjiioicwfkns the
deplorable diseii." niul!i:: tr: u uuiiM-reei. prtu-tiops
or excesses in youth cr ui iin o life liUiooij
true way, via: JUirect Aj.pi::uoa actiu i. AD
eorptlon, anil eiertinj its epei-iiio intluence on the
Vesicles, Ducts, and Glnr.cl. th-.taro uanblo la pop
form their natural fuoctiuus iiilo tbio dispa? per
rades the bumaa organism. T:-.a use of the Pastille
is attended with no pain or inconvenience, and doas
not interfere with the ordinary pursui's of life; it is
quickly dissolved and 6oou absorbed, pndueii: an
in; iate boo' hi on and relorailvo etiect upon the
nervous &vinizatioQS wracked from vicious habits or
excesses, stoppu; the drain from the system, restor
ln' the mind toheltb and ?und memory, rfmov
Ing toe Dimness of Blitbt. Confuelon of Ideait.
Aversion to Society. 6to., ?tc, ana tp j aj'tarance
of prematuro old ire usuVlv eci'ow.iua ifi1
trouble, a,nd restoring tbe viial forces, c!rM
have been dormant fur years. Tills mode of treat
ment has stood tho test ia very severe cases, and is
now a pronounced success. Druirs ara too much pre
scribed In thia trouble, and, as many can bear wit
ness to, with but little if any permanent good. Thera
Is no nonsense about tSis 1 VM aration. I'ractlcal oo
serration enables us to ponitivcly Kuarar.tee that it
will eie satiHfaction. It hns bHtn In aeneml use
for artverai yoara and we have thousand of testi
monials from iuitient ns to its Tnloe, and it is now
iHuGcnded to be the most rational means yet dis
euvi,mti f:;r reachinu and curing this very prevalent
trouble, that la xtjll krwam to lie the cause of untold
misery to so many, and upon vrbom Quacks proy with,
their useless nostrums and b'nf feea. Thn jbimedy
Is put up in oat boxos. of thnj sires. 'o. l,ieiMJn
to last a month.) S3 ; No. 2 , su fficient to effect a per
manent cure, unless ia sovero cases.) $5; No. 3.
Oastinfr over threo months, will rt-store those in the
wotrondiilon.i S7. rnt by mail, in plain wrappers.
Full rIKi?TIOXS for uainff will accomyauy
f Send for Sealett -ertXrp fantpU--4
let giving Anatomical Illustration
B tipul Testinoitt, icitich, tfiil cQHvfnce
the Htomt kcptietil tntit tney can 0 r
H mtoreU to tr-rfrct health, and the vital
1 forrea thoro'ly nr-esl abltfthrtl mam
ia never aTected. Sold O-VX. ST by
HARRIS REMEDY CO. MF'GL CHEMISTS.
Market and 8th Sts. St. LOUIS. MO.
Unsolicited te6tlmony to tho Efficacy of
Prof. Harris' Pastilles, taken from Let
(jr received from Patrons:
Indians, Aptl J, 19. I he Keraedjr is worktnsr per
fectly, ilau er-nt f t rprr y - g np.-'. ir n eara
Iowa. Oct. 10th, '79. 1 am almost surpfitd u. or
Fatilles. Xney nsrawoueo acnarm on me. i am
junt trir aa much of a man as I iras before tnlcins. I
was on the verge of the (trae, I thought, and there waa
no care for me. bot now I am In good hopes for a care.
West Virclnia, Ana. a. 1KI9. I received your medi
cine and believe It has cured me, for which I am very
thankful, lavluatd tind S- Please sen J me anot her
box I No. 2) for a friend.' V'ou bara rjnne a great thins
for rue. I will send yoa all the orders I cau,
From a Physician and Surgeon.
Missouri. Jane V. Please forward me another box
of the Pastilles. The patient on whom I have used
moat of one box, la addition to a sample box, is fast
recovering, and I think another will set him all riicct.
From a Druggist.
Maryland, Sept. 2.T9. Last January w cot a box of
your Itemed? for one ofonr customem, and it has made
a perfect core of him. We have another customer now
offering ia tbe auaie wa?j and wish oae No. box.
POS TIVELY CURED
BY YEARS "U . ' OF USE!
Retail Liquor Dealer,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Cil'.iaid Hall ;ujd S:i2oon on M;tui Street, four
doors from Sixth at Neville's
BEST BRANDS OF CIGARS. - LES,
HemeniUer the Xanie and ilae.
Kim Strt't-t, near Eilitli,
Plaltsmouth, - Neb.
Maile to onler
Palace Barber Shop.
J. O. BOONE,
Under Frank C'un'istli's new Jewelry Store.
HOT &c COLD 13JrT? E3 S
Al.Vt AVS i;i;a!)V.
CLEAN NEW PLACE,
and now the tune to j;et
SHAVED SHAMPOOED HAlU-CL'T.
or anytliiug.ei- in the tonsoiiat way, at
John itooite's Sew hop,
Corner Main and Fiflh Sin et-,
Iklalts,M.nth. - n ',1-lirasU.
ii bUK s tii ii
Coed I'.lh'k. for v,v u sunn as liurned. .it
vVJLSEEXISrCS-TOlsr AVE ,
that the t'HR.ii'Ksr aiiit JJkst Plack to luy
Steplb1 aM Fancy Groceries
First-Class Dry Goods,
IS AT Tlli .
OL!) RELIABLE ST0UE
Cor. Miti.i aud Third MV. Plat tMisoidh.
;.-r7.s;t:ek a'w:. Tresli and new, ami price
always v.r il-e l)-Um. (. a.i and etiiiviuce your
JONES & EIKENBAKY
Si:eeer-sn? to Joiies & Ajniew.
Again takes charge of the Old
Brick Livery Stable
Ti idd iViiiti- rotables. ii l'lattsiiiciiti!. are
now i.easi tt l;y Jt.-iies & Kikeuharv and they
li'.ivp on haud New and hi'.ndoi:e aeeo.Miiiod.,
liniis, !i: tlie siiite oi
HOUSES, CARRIAGES, BUGGIES,
We are now prepared to keep HOKHES
FOR SALE 3 TRADE!
Train and Break Colts
Oil Heaoiiable Terms.
That with plenty of room i'that every one
knew s we have) in our stable, we can Ket Farm-t-rs'
ttoek and w;it;(!is. lo:ic i of liay, Ac, under
cover, n I eie iney will keep dry.
Thai. Ki.it; aii the old patrons lor their iibenili
ty. we soii!i theirtnute p;r the Inline, saiislied
til- t wt-cj!i :!i- 'iii:i!Otl:ite them bf iter and do
bttlei by til -ni tlian ever lel'fie.
501 v -J O NT S S & K I K T ii 11 Y.
nl i t O i
c. isi:i.si:;.. . riipfv(i
Pitir. Corn 3ful if- Feed
Always on hand ami for sale at lowe-.; -:
P'iees. Tlie hii'h'st n-: -s paid !' 'A'hi-n' ; ; -Coin.
1'altieniar atlrn.ii u pvn, ivisiom wu: :
JOTfTL Kews for Boys and Girls ! !
Toung and Old ! ! A NEW IN
VENTION just patented for thein,
for Home use !
Fret nd Scroll BawiWT. Tnrnin?,
Boring, Drilling.Oriuilii'g, Pollalnpg,
Screw Cuttinir. price t5 to 850.
Send 6 cents for 100 pages.
KPHRA1M BKOWN, LowaU, Maaa.
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A POSITIVE CURC
fa fhr Rest nf Tonics:
Cures Dyspepsia ; k
v-. noc'f.ro? th.-Apt!PJ:tB?F
irtris R25tcrfis the wcaK
t f Tiarx tttk- no oihr.
n V..r UK nil DrU"L'lM:4.
S S S.S?.ITH CO.. Prop'r;
'W. Surer onto 011tr Croak ate. Cr
v V 4 V , X, . .. P
TT9r- -KT ' V
PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Iioss of appetite.TJausea, bowels costive,
Pain in theHeoaTwith a dull sensation in
the back part, Pain under the shoulder
Biode. fnllnpss aftr eatinar. with a disin-
irntauuuy ei lemjiBr, uu w wpi ri ia, jjpaa
of memory, witKa feeling of having neg
lected some dutyweariness. Dizsiness,
ilutterin of the II eart, Dots before the
eyes. Yellow Skin, "II eadache, Hestless
ness at night, highly colored Urine.
IT THESE-WABJTEfGS ABE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED
TTTTT'S FILLS are especially ndapted to
such cases, o:ie (iose e fT-rt KiicliacUange
of feeling a to astonish f lie tuirTerer.
Theylncrnthe Apprlite. and cause the
lxW- iJ t uue- -n l-'lmra. thus tin- - ttin la
liniin.iirti.itiiii uv uirn ,im m.-...wi-i. i
ItiKnlitr Onrans, K'tularMMU are i
duieil. Prlre 25 tflita. Xi Murray St . I
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
Pp.W Hair or Whiskers changed toantttsfv j
AiIacm by a illicit; npplii ntioK of this I)Y. It j
Imparts a natural color. ;tcla Instat!tnniHii3ly-
fcoid ly lrui:uilif or will I y t-jjn-- u rt-ci 1 ul f 1. ,
Office. 35 Murray St., New York. .
Dr. TTTPS IHril. ..r V.ln.Mr lnrrMtla s
Z iVM lirrrl.rt will aaik. KKafc aa ppllraUoa.i
WatrUra. Hm wiiiUerb 3 ZA. WMtemrtal HuntlneO
lur your uwd or peoulativ u: foav-. VjiuaJ'l "
TUT T S
, uultio Creek, Michignn,
ri::ci-.'.cTcca oy tck o:jlv i.;;cij."ii
Traction and Plain Engines
la i-he Wi:u. 1143
of .'an ':tru. o'S'I tUCC .'.rV'
Coiii!i-ie srcr.tii j.. :f ;.... , ' V
'St 'iVurrion UncKK' i' ti i r..i: . :;i,;nt s
ever pt'n in tie Aincri i. . ' rk -
for lMl.tOirOtlWT W til r-.,.,.. :.!T - '.- r-
tien tt'ii u-.itrrirth n t : x.-. i-'i I " ' - ruj r
i'owr bIzm 'f gia5it-r. trr -.ii O to 1'- eoriw
Two ntvlo? of ;.J.-tnotri.i 1I : - -rDv. .-f.
7,500,000 Y'- '
courtsntly on lm'"f. it-m v -..ch j l .." L. c j..
moc'c S, 10 13 H-r :.- j'..-.vir. .,
, ;. j r t- . s'"'.
Vr;ii'. r.i rtnil 0'ItVf-?svi-ir.:i fcT -
It 1b the result oi 2i) veni-H' xrjrr3ei:ce an'l
exierur-eiitA iu SoiK' Mach;u. it v.m'Ant th.
good pnints of nil pt cx: ,-rf i.it J'n.wr maA". rttd is
rot a "oiiemau" or ,-r.c itioa " i-i?':biiirt,a.-!oiJit rs
are. It avoids f lie- dei't ei s oi" ci liern. and is
eees neir aiitl ralruib! ft.ntiiYin auc! conveaieuce?.
It is lorrt '7ir-nnHll, t:o's"7-t, fcrtn't.rom, COT-
venient, tiurahlf, cn.l ri.r-f V. Y:t; it iitf-i VkvA
kept 111 repair free f-ir - j yeitr. 'inialai-s with
fuudeieriptiou -oiitir-jor -. 1 '.-i:c.- It : gure'.j' ti:a
lxt. A trial wLl nr.'iv? :'. ;;:.:'t (eil 10 -.' ft
btforo vo-.i bsiv. M.(S", ti r.i;r uv j I KXi K
MACl!'iNKm.,l lorc:' : s.-. ; v:or r T . 1 v
GLO. i. lii:;X, tltr ! '.
-tpiv or iKiwtn-r-
lubrieat' r ii liio worlJ. It is tiic best
becE'ifse it does net Kum. Imt forms a
highly pol'ohed surface cvr the axle, re
ducing friction and i!yhteri-iB the druft.
lc is Uiu ciieapsst i cai..-e it costs no r:o.-e
than Irsferlor brands, and one box il c!o
the worX of two of any other Aha Creasa
ma tie ltauawcr equally a" wll f.r H.irvc-oUr:s
Mill lir.nriTK' T:ir,-:inir Wvu llinc-rf. O-rn-I'Ialiti-r?.
tan-iaTC, Knaviea. etc., et., cs for V a rouv. It Is
GUARAM f Etc to contain r.o Pctrcicum.
for sale bv ail rimiasn itealrd. gsr Our i '
C'jelui'riliii of Tkini; ll'orf KnovipQ ma led free.
MICA MANUFACTURING CO.
31 Mlchin Aven.-io, Ch!cro, Illinois.
MANHOOD RESTORED. !
A victim of voutliful linpnideiico ca irsr; Preina- '
ture lei-ay, JJtrvoua Dc-bilily, Lest JLiatibucd, etc.,
hivictr tiird in vain every known remedy, has dis-
covrn-d a eini;ie scif cure, Trhich ho rill f.-ad F1IEE
lo Lis fi'llow-mifTwrs, address J. II. lillEVI&i,
43 t'Isat liaist Mt., . Y.
Rsadinga! Oecitatfonsf V'nzr.liQr.l
P4 Msl in it M 1
703C5s2str.c! St, rui-zY'M
oth-T i:LM!ii i itrt'l'(l iK'f'iiinmtliM i isVittMT'j'.'S
j 1 . v i. . tv, : : . 1 t .-- r " T ' ' ' f i
s piadf Innii a mmpic i'ropiciil I.taf f Ifare
V;i,,:f, ::ad t.s a I'ositivp IEnn-ly f"i" all the
rliat causu pains in t'10 Imn-r part of
t'u ! ,(iy fur Torpid l.ivcr ili-adaclic: .laun
li-o - 1 izia,-s. OiMvcl. Main; ia. and ail ii:ri
r:i!i if-i:' i he Kidneys. I. ivi-r a ad I'rii.ary !-H-'s'inalr'
E3sli,'. Mu'il idv'Me':
i.raat a-n. ;iiid duriii I'l.-i.aiit y. it ia im
rliid. it n-More.- tiw Lr.-Tr i t tn-iUt
.sid in-nee is i!:- ix'M ;itd i liitr r.
!i i - til!- 1.1 !y kiiowti r-'iiii'ily l!i arc th.it
k iMir'jc. jiS"il'"x 8i.c;ini. 1'i.r l)i::lt tcs,
ii-c i'.ir:iri''. W.i ii" !r::ti:'t' ( uri".
!" ir -i.i'c !.y Dniui.-ti a'lti I :' ilc: at
pi : ! -l:n . I.ait;ci ImlSiu ia I lie maii.c!. Try it.
ii. II. WAU.riK!; .S; ft)., Uoclicsu-r, X. V.
.. 1- "J ij I
Tc innj.tr! of 'lie ills of the human
i tii i aric frt.m t: 'crtliffiiiri of the
r.ivfr, uffrrtiwj hoth the xlomnch aud
1'nr-ls. In ' !! n vlfrrt a cure, it
m rravt: ry t- -- t-'if muse. Jrrrru
I f ti'itt .S. ni-; i..'i 'irt.'im uf the Jli)irrl,
Hi .i.l-.rhr, s.'rA nt tlie Stinnnrh, 1'ain
in t.'.-e Ji.irr; atnl !-: ux,ftr.f i mlieate that
t A I.irtf 1 n ftn?t,an-l that naturere-tiiilr-:
nxi : nr" to enable iui oryan lo
t 1 rfr :ij' i tt?i i-: I'ex.
lvrlilcl :- nVtenaf.tr erpi-eltlltt
imur. -U-tt .' tu piit jiiifte. They are
ni'i! i;i i'.n-ir '-'(t.i rrirrl ijfr tire rig ft
ii.' .-.fr mid tu Kelt
a in.d nd tt Hit. Ttt-
?; .. liny are a
: 1 Uj-Pisi'psla.
. ii.-if ton
- I kliiljifyK,
I r.i--r ti'-u
i :?:rr uteiiirine :
: t- f.- US if. ttiiff
-1 y i.i ii:e'n-
: i'l; nd it ill ut
ft- a n '-
i t-t . uiri if. t
ritiitt, it n u 4.
and ta'e no o bo. Tllii 1. ?i C p?r iiotiie.
IIKR EFOS. & CO.. - SCI". PFOF 3if TDP,
Ut. Louia and iCaaaa Oty, Uo.
H -."5a2 the Brl
iliipliniO NOW READY.:
J. G- CHAMBERS,
Manufacturer of and Dealer in
TUTJEn JISTID HEAVY
AI.-o, si full li.-.o of
'HORSE CLOTHING. ETC., ETC.
Done nc:it!y ami iromjt!v ;it slmrt notice at bis
I'ireetly oi;i;-ite Tost Otliee. riattsmout'i. Neb.
None but the best of stuck used !
U: V, Matliews,
Hardware, Cattery, Hails,
Iron. Waffon Stecli,
8T0VKS and TLVWAili:,
Iron, Wocd Stock, Pumps,
FIELD cl- GARDEN tiEEDS, ROPE,
AND ALL KINDS OF SHEET
IRON WORK, Kept in Stock.
.11 a!--ins atiV Jit'fiaf rln,
NEATNESS & DISPATCH.
All Work Warranted.
J. F. ii AUCflEISTER
l-'uniisiii'f l"ivrli. Pure Milk
Siieelar atieiitleil tt). and Fresh Milk
from same cow furiiUlii'd when wanted. 4ly
NO CHANGING CARS
O.HAK1.& Oil lI.ATT.SIOLTIS
Where "iieet eonaet'tieiis are made with
Through Sleeping Gar Lines
- - TO
NKv Y'HiK. i;ostox, rum i.Pi:i.rni--i ,
AND ALL EASTERN CITIES.
Tlce STtoi-tI.il te
V a FEOR1A for
rXMAXAl'OLTS. LOUISVILLE. CiXCIX
XATI, aiidall ioi:ttJ:i d'C
S TJTHJ&1A T-
ni: iir.sT Lixr. vun
Where Idieet I'oiuieetions are made in tlie
I XION liEl'HT with Tlin.iiL'h .ieepin;.' Car
Lines fur ail po!i;tstatl 'i'H.
TJIi: NKIV LINE FOR
THE I AVOitlTE KOI "TE FOR
The ur.eipialcd inducement oiicrcd by 1 1 1 1 .-
line io 1 raveiers and Tourists al e as follows :
eeiclnait'd Pui'r.ian Wheel I'alaee
Sleepina "ais. rnn only c.n this line.
i'. fi J. I'alaee I Mawiiig-liooni Cars,
Willi liortoii's rtcelininir Chairs. Nu Extra
Ciia:ire for .Seats in liceliiilii Chairs.
The famous f ., 11. & it. I'ulace IJininj; Care.
;or;'i'c!i- SmoKint; Cars, fitted Willi elegant
liiuli-liaeked Ifattali l-It-volviiij; Cliaii, for
liic exclusive te'e of Jirst-class passengers.
i'.tst Sfcl i:;d! Track and Superior
I"' n i ui 11 ; iMruliitied wilii ttieirO'rif Through
!' .4 n ii.i.; an ut. makes this above all others,
the favorite l.'oiile to ilie
. '.ST, MM fll C:t KfitJTlI-KANT.
II.V IT. a: 1 oa w:!i t":i,d Tit WELINtJ .t Lux
ury instead of a liiseoiiilort.
'I liroiuii T'ekets via this cclchi-.net! I in- for
sale at all o-.ices in tlie I' ailed State and
-t'.l iniorai.-ttio'i jiboat lt.iti-s of Fare, sueep
i : 1 15 C;.l Aecomiiiodafious. :iuj 'June faide.i,
will be chceifiiily e.iveu tiy appijlai; lo
JautcM IS. Wood,
Oeneral Passenger g't, Chicago.
T. J. I'OTTKU,
(Jcnei.d Mai'acr, Cliicaco.
Host Fragrant & Eefreshing of rerfomes
Exceedis! Delicate and Lattlsg.
Price, 25 cts.; Large Bottles, 75 ct3-
Sold by dealers ia Drags & Perfumery. Slgnatars of Hb
cox & Co., N. Y., os erery bottle.
PARKER'S GINGER TONIC
The Medicine for Every Family,
Madefrofr) Gingor, liuchu. Mandrake, StilKngia,
and other of the best vegetable remedies known,
Parker's Ginger Tonic has remarkably varied
curative powers, & is the greatest Stomach Correct
or, Blood Purifier and Liver Regulator ever made &
The Best Medicine You can Use
for Eestoring Health & Strength
It commences to act from the first dose, searches
out the weak organs, and is warranted to cure pr
help all diseases of the Bowels, Stomach, Blood,
Kidneys, Liver, Vrinaiy Organs, allComplaints'of
Women, Nervousness, Sleeolcssness, Ithenma
tism and Drunkenness.
Try a bottle to-day ; It may save your life. 50 ct.
and $ 1 sizes atalldruggists. Every genuine bottle
has our si gnature on outside wrapper, Hiscox &
Co., N. Y. Large saving in buying $1 size.
v . just Wliat is Wanted.
Everybody whose hair is gray er faded has felt
the necd-of a Hair Restorer and dressing that is
cleaniy. agreeably perfumed and harmless. Par
ker's Hair E?.ls?m satisfies the most fastidious ia
these respects. Sold by druggists at 50c and t. tj
Xf'M A certain cure for fervOUS
Ajar' nRsi. Imnntf?rnfi. fits.
The Eecipesnsed in my practice for 25 Yearf
ead an iiluttrated book of 60 paces piing full ci
rvH-tioni for pe'f-treatrnent, sent freo. Attdres
DH. T.wrrr TAT.Ts 425 a. u attr St. Jw.kt tf j
10 1 PENSIONS
ARE PAID Terr soldier dit.V,.! in
C. X'1"-' 'i iy A y ftcittO!it or ot:i-r ie. A
r cr, iil I'll l r-t if biit pli-!.!. tn;
tntic 1 1 Lhuii or Vurk.-Mc Vc-ir pic &
:i i n. t .-utT r.bwlin tli-usud-. ar-j
' r .itj to nu 11. ere:; so 11 !-:tn.
; ,d i,,rphiit at d UipctiUrft f:it'.trTj
. r TTiothen of s.'I.-ifr t " r jn t.c
:rwv jr. t ft tt. V'V T V I
li;ir. f t t.r.f.:t. i.ii"T!t' v iTj.itr.
r x jifn-HrAtinfy . .:nil f rcoj
li-ut.n iati-1 I'-itr." A uil ft
H. FiTXtrerwIrl A Cr.., rivm
trt-n' . ;n;ti"ili. f , T f
t . a: .1 i;. K. K- .!-. 1 --t
r "-.k. Lull tf luiiiubaptlis. t
J -f it t, I i. 1. I. trn Li. nitrate J
t I amp'. it it-tit re o j-picaiioa.
II VKIMS KEN tY C.,
HzMrxs (kwlrU, Kit. rkc SU
bio IrOttU Jtto
taple anil -IFancy ffi(rceiies9
AGENTS FOK THE CELEBRATED LEAVENWORTH
In tlie city
Gash Paid for Butter and Eggs,
Here We are with a Complete Stock
BLANKETS, COMFORTS, SHAWLS, SKIRT, HOSE, FLANNEL,,
CASSIMERFS, JEANS, VALISES, DRESS, GOODS. RECIIINGS,
RIBBONS, LACES, CARPETS, FLOOR OIL CLOTH MATTINGS
WINDOW SHADES and FIXTURES, A-,:., dv.
BOOTS, SHOES .A-ZTsTID ARCTIC
3gHats, Caps, and Hoods, .
UNDERWEAR, ALL COLORS AND SIZES AT
PRICES TO SUIT EVERYBODY.
GLOVES tfr MITTENS TO FIT EVERYBODY, loth in SIZE d- PRICE
Also the best Select Stock of .strictly first-class (iro
ceries, Canned and Dried Fruits, Tobaccos, "Queens
ware and Glassware in the City. All of which we.
guarantee t sell as low as anybody.
to close Cash Buyers, and for large quantities.
S .S. MAIN STREET.
The Old Grocery & Dry
Although Lection is over we are not done selling goods, bv n Jong shot.
OU WILL FIND AT F.S. WHITE'S ONE OF THE LARGEST AND
BEST STOCKS OF GOODS, OF ALL KINDS IN THE TOWN.
Groceries UDry goodN, Isikk s&
The nicest Green Winter Apples for salt'. Over riwi Il.un l.s down Olhr
Potatoes by the Car-load, PEACPI BLOWS
CASH PAID FOR HIDES FURS, TALLOW, d-C, at
in reserved fm
SMITH, BLACK & CO
TO GIVE TBCElvC J CALL
WHO IS UN ACQUAINTED WITH THE
SEE BY EXAMINING
1 vr.:; ft::Lr i
CHICAGO, ROGK ISLAFID & PACIFIC R. R.
Is TIIE tJHEAT ( -OSNFXTIXW LINK
"l 13 inn In line runs fi "in (hii-ifc'c) to Council
Til,, ,..(..if ihr.iuirh J..!lct. Otlawa. IjiSa!!.;.
Gcnesoo. M.ihne. k Island. iJavenwt, A'i-l
!- Mt'iuca (tlie cjimlof nuiuri. Ai l:t:i-
1.. nn.i Ar.x-n- IT'tll LlurirllC'S from JillMMU
Jiiiicli-m lo I'i.tia 1 'Wilton Junction t'i)ii.m-
lino U 11.i1 imili -11. ruirllclU. r.ld'in. 15i lK!i:i!i.
CViurfville, I'rmceton. Trenton, titliutln. t mm.-
ron. IavenwortU. Atcloson. n.1 Kun-as ity;
Waliintfton to Sifournr, OBhaloowa. nii'l Kn- x-
Tille; K c It uK to r aiiuircton, l(niia;r!e, Ilcn-
tonsporl, Inrtepenrient. El.ton. Ottimiwa. i;'ir!v-
itiu iui.i.(i. iHti 4itir,M. ntiii Ijcs Moir.i'4:
Newton to Monroe: Dc Monies to Iiu!iumliiunt
Winicrset; Atiuritic to iiimI AuiiuPxm; aiiil
Aroen to Harlan. TliU U p'tiv-lT tho 01.lv
Rfiilrou'i. wlnca owns. iifil op.-raU-s tt ilirouyli
line Irora c im-ao into m t:n- 01 .au:.x
Tbe -Great Ito k llari'J " ia narn:nr-iitr 1
equipped. Us roal tied is uiu ply j.crfuct, ui.i its j
(rack ia lail with te?l tails. !
Whiit will uleaxe tou most will be the plt;a-.ur.i
Ct enjojrmir your nioaN. wlnlo passing ovi-r tuo
fccautif ul prairies of -Illinois uini Iowa, in um or
iur luafe-nilicen'. Vimnu Cars ttiat ecoompany ml
?lirouuU Express Trains. Vu irct an entire
ueal. a trooj a ' rvfd in uuy BmwUm hutel,
fureeventy-live ceow. , . .
AppreclatiuB the fact that a majority f the
Deople prefer separate apartments for tliScrent
i . . . . .......
Pl'LLMA " PALACE CAR art run
Tbrnuun EXres iai"t;nr irai:.s. wi-.ii 1 -uo- n 1. 15. Jc.
man I'alaee rattacliC'l,r.terun .-ach wajr l:iuj- j N : I 1. -n-i : t;i;i i . I . X V . lliis.
hotneen Chicago miiiI I'j.i.tiA. Kansas 11 v. , At ifj ii Im.m.. nui, Sl.iwnnkr-e & Hock
Corxru. IiL.fKf, UiAVE.vwoitTll m.l AT jn- : If.Mirt r-lx-rt l.iri., Uocn it iV.k. .!.
BON'. 'I brouKQcarii area boruM ix-twevii Milwan- 1 A t I ' A 1..N oi: 1 . wita ti, lavorit)jrt iJirlaioQ
L'u....,a t llr vi;. trw. "Milu'nukl-P li.J l. 1 . Ii. I:.
of this line warrantini.' it), wo are p .-aea to an
nounce that this Company runs I'ullman I'uUire
Curt for sleeuiui; purpose, anj l'ouxce
COl'MIL Btl'-F,ltA.ii CITY. ATCIIIMIV, 5.EA V KX WORTH.
Xl-k-f vli thl kwt aa tlie "(irrat Kock lalaua Huulr," are aold b J ,
UI Ticket Afjents In the Vnite,! Nut tea and lanaila.
Far mrornaaUoa not obtuiaalo ut your Itotuo ticket office, addrrn.
JL. KIMBA-. . IU. KT. JOHN'.
ttea'l bupermtendeuL Genl Tit. aiiU fusbcr At-t..
H. BAKER & CO.
CEOCRAPHV OF THIS C5UNTRV, WILL.
THIS MAP. THAT THE
HKTWEES THE EAST & THE WEST T
. Ih,i::-j i ir for eatlriif i-i;rp.tf 0I1I7. Onomii
ci.-.it : :v .,f our Paiiice (.'ara in u SKI.N.
:-A!. whrrf yi.n ct Ciijoy jour "llutai.n'-
;t !i.Hrof tin? i'ar.
.'.in'-ri.titi.ciit. Ir.n l;nlL'(-4 tl Mieslps
AIi-:-onri r.vi 1 s ::i p inia crri-(l I t I'.ut
loic. :i:tu tr;.i:icr hi - :i V"i-'oa ( nuri fl L! ! u :T
, l::: r:: ' liy. umcinocu. Bin imuii'JU. luu-
n. t:.nif lu uis niaiio 11, L,"'i. ii.-ot.
; 'llli: 1'KI.M 1 1' I, i: , I ' UN y TIONS Or
I THIS i:i:i;A l,lllUlOl( USt, AUt, Ali
j At li'.CAt.o. Willi all dit irfili lines Tor tUo
i t.--.t r.i.i VMtltll.
! .UI.N'.i.luihiii, with the L. S. & M. 9L dllj P,
j I t. W. i. ::. II'-.
At V. a!:ci).v IIEigiit-1. with P.. C. .t
I., n. 1;. . .
At I. A ai 1.1: wilii i-i. r ent. K. II.
V. i"JJili. liTy V lth '. It. & N. IL S.
'.'"'-ll" v.tin i eiitral low It. K.
yi.r, .nit. villi IJ. SI. ,. 1 t. R.
Alt (il-M it, with I i.i.,11 I'r.dt!.- n. it.
At Omaha. nli li. &. Mo. It. K It. )n Svh
At i.i Mii: sJi-r-ri(,v.wlih ll .r. II A N. 1( R
. , J CM H" a , witli Central Iowa H. K. ; W.,
fct. I.. J;. Tao.. ami c. u. A cj. it.
At HI.UKI K. with Tol.. I'm A. War.; Wall., at
Louis A I'ar.. ami t. 1. . Keo A X.-W. IL lids.
At t AMKKoN. with II. M. J It. IL
At Atchimin. wnn A teii.. Topi-ka A Santa le;
Atch. i Net), nnel On. lir. L . It. Itils.
At i.r.AVtxi uutu. with Kan. lac.. uu Uta.
Cent. It. Kds.
At Kansas City, with til lines for tUj Vtesti .
throuch to PEUKIA. I)FI MOINES,
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