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Horace Greeley's brother, Thornton
Greelev. lias bequeathed hi farm, rai
ned at"$20,000, to the Citv of Nashua,
Dnrinpr tle 'ol,r years 479 color
blind persons liavo been discovered
nnvn 13.825 railway servants in Eug-
Two persons have givon $5,000 and
$10,000 respectively to c irry out the plan
for a l.oir.a?patliic" hospital for women
ami children at Uoston.
It is claimed that tho excursion
gtc-.mers n Massachusetts harbors and
on the little strip "f New Hampshire
coast last y ar c-irried over 11,000,000
iMscner3 w ithout accident to any ono
The Japinesc Government lias estab
lished 60.000 schools; there are 253
newspapers and magazines published
in that country, and rneihanica', artis
tic', and agricultural expositions have
A North Att'ebiro boy named Klnz
told his l'ttle brother to put his hand
o:i a b'ock so he could "try an cxpyri
mciit," and deliberately chopped three
li-.-er off with an ax.
The New York mussum of natural
hift-rv is enriched by the I)e Morgan
collection of pre-historic stone iniple
ni -nta. presented by Mr. Itobert L.
Stuart, which he purchased in 1877 for
A clumsy attempt was made at Paris
recently to blow up the statuo of M.
Theirs. A box of gunpowder exploded,
but merely blackened the statuo in a
few places, without doing material in
jury. Flies are said soon to disappear from
a room containing a plate of the fol
lowing mixture: Half a teasportnful of
I'lackieppcr in powder, one of brown
sugar, and one of cream, mixed to
gether. A Uielimond nhvsician says that if
people will take a' bath in hot whisky
an. I rock salt twico a year, they will
escape rheumatism and colds. But
wouldu'tthat spoil the whisky ? Nor
n's town Herald.
The Norristown Herald defines a
eitv beer garden as Two trees, a 7x9
llowcr bed, seventeen benches and six
waiters. In a majority of cases trees
and flower beds are dispensed with.
The "Hated Saxon" has received an
in-common good hit from an Irish M.
P. in the following "nato" Hibernie'.sm:
'.So long as Ireland was silent under
her wrongs, Kngland was deaf to her
"Clara Bcrc'' snys the Cincinnati
Enquirer: "There seems to l e no
reason why a modest woman shouldn't
ride the bicycle, and ride it astraddle."
Clara Belle ought to be ashamed of
her-elf, so she ought.
Mrs. Gordon Cummings says that a
venerable cannibal in New Zealand
whom she visited, in company with an
obese di inc. strode down and gently
pro 'tied the reverend gentleman in a
manner painfully sugge-tive of Sydney
Smith's joke about "Cold curate on the
A little granddaughter of Mrs. Col.
C: aaiberlin, of O.tawa, has c me into
the possession of an historical gem; it
is the gold token which Mary Queen of
Scots gave to Sir Andrew Melville :i3
! ascended the scaffold. The li'tto
girl is named after Sir Andrew Me'.
vilie, her ancestor.
French oflicers have always been in
the habit of wearing white glove i when
in full or undress uniform, G.m.
Farre, however, has authorized the u a
for all asms of dark dor-skin for ordi
nary wear, marching, and so on.
A New Haven youngster is a com
plc'e rat-trap. He catches the rodents
in liis hands as they run into holes,
grabbing them just "behind the tars,
and the other day captured twelve out
of fourteen as they were driven out of
Mr. Moody has discovered another
sweet singer of gospel hymns in Mr. K.
F. Miiler, who has been employed in
the car shops at Denver, Col. He is a
young man, has a sweet baritone voice,
and has been singing at Young Men's
Christian Association meetings for a
year or two.
Silk nr--t camo fVom China, r.i.d ci .
Chinese still have many important se
crets connected with it unknown to Iv.i
ropcans. In a good year the' send as
much as $25,000,000 worth of raw silk
to England alono. The "hanks," or
books, as they arc called, arrive with
caps made of a single cocoon. This U
done by a process unknown in Europe.
Yusif Arbeely, who with his wife
and 6ix sons camo to this country
from Damascus, Syria, nearly three
years ago and settled in Tennessee, if
delighted with the chancre. He ex
plains that more of his countrymen do
not follow his example because the
Turkish Government not only discour
ages emigration, but takes measures
to prevent it.
California has a perpetual ico pond.
Thero i3 a lake on the Saw Tooth
Mountains, at an altitude of nearly 12.
000 feet, which is constantly frozen. It
was discovered in August of 1879 by a
party of prospectors and named Ico
Lake. The sun seemed to have no ef
fect upon it except in places adjoining
Tiie following is Col. InirersoH's de
scription of Santa Fe: "The city
looks as though a high wind h:i I blown
all tno houses away, leaving oi.'v the
cellars. It is a strange, quaint, old,
sleepy, happy place. The people rci
not in a hurry; they enjoy tho t,u
shine; they sit in the piaza and look
at tho litt'e monument. Their houses
are really comfortable, and all the
folks seem contented."
The Galvest 'ii N'e ws claims to have
the smartest horse trader in the wide,
wid world. It is easily explained:
Eli Perkins was stopping in Galveston a
little while ago, and the pararapher
on that p-iper was introduced ! Eli
and heard him lie. A newspaper
man is. of coin s . a judge of tiu arti
cle, and immediately gave Perkins the
ph.ee of honor at the head of the horse
Mrs. Myra Clark Gaines is quoted a3
once saying to Mr. Web-ter and Mr.
Clay: "I admit you are very great
men, but you cannot compare willi
G--n. Gaines in all that is sublime and
beautiful in human character. I often
told tiie General he was toj perfect for
this world, and alti.ougii we had been
married upward of ten years I have
endeavored to tind a def ct in his char
acter, and have been unsuccessful."
It is a singular coinei lence that Sir
Edward Thor.itou should be sent to an
other pot aft t serving at Washington
thirteen years, the exact length of time
his father served i:i the Br.tish Lega
ti 'ii in the same city. The latter,
however, did not attain the rank of
Minister. He w:is Secretary of Lega
tion ami sometimes Charge d Affaires.
He was there as a young man before
his son. the present minister, was born.
Atrial at Paris of an invention for
the instant meous extinction of tire was
attended by Gen. Pitti", representing
the president of the republic, who es
corted Mile. Grovy, Gen. Juanningros,
the Spanish ambassador. M. Caubet,
head of the municipal police, and sev
eral senators and deputies. The gen
eral vote was that the experiments
wcra niarvelously successful. Tho
most remarkable one was the putting
out in less than a minute of an Incan
descent lake of tar containing seven
thousand pounds of that substance, af
ter the Maine had reached the hei-nt
of a third story.
DOMESTIC Er CITES.
Ocean Cake. One Uj. f milk, two
cups f sugar, half a cu;j f butter. Iho
Widte of live erg well b vU -n. t re-i
cups of Hour, one teaspoon fill of s vhi,
and two of cream tartar. Fla.tr to
Br.-akfast cakes. To make warm
weather breakf at cakes take one cup
of molasses, one cup of brown suga'-,
nearly one cup of butler, or lard and
butter mixed, one cup f sour milk,
four cups of Hour, four te.isioonfuls of
s da (not heaping, but even fuli), one
te.i3ponfiiI each f cinnamon, salt and
ginger, one egg; bike in g -m tins.
These will keep well for a week.
Tos-cd p tatoes. Boil some pota
toes in their skins; peel them, ant cut
into small pieces. Toss them over tiie
lire in a mixture of cream, butter rolled
in flour, pepper an I salt, till they are
hot and well covered with the sauce.
French Imam. Choose siuail. oung
beans, and strip oft the ends and stalks,
throwing- them as prepared into a dull
full of cold water, and, when all aro
linishel, wash and drain them well.
Boil them in salted boiling water, in a
large saucepan, and dr:.in them; after
whk-h put them into an enameled stew
pan, and shako them over the lire until
they are quite hot cud dry; then add
about three ounces of fresh butter and
a tabk-spoouful of veal or oiduken
broth; tho butter must be broken up
into small lumps. Season with white
pepper, salt, and the juice of a lemon
strain-d. Stir them well over a li e
for live minutes and serve them in a
vegetable dish very hot.
To make steak tender. Miss Cor
son's plan is to put three tablespoon
fuls of sa'ad oil, olio t&LJaspoonful of
vinegar, weli mixel together, uu t,
lar-'e, Hat dish, and on this lay tho
steak. Salt must never bo put on stea'c
before it is cooked. Tho steak must
lie on this tendermaking mixture for
at least half an h ur to a side, and
Miss Coroi; gives her word for it that
the toughest round iteik will succumb,
and seem like porterhouse ci fhp most
Japanese cement is made by mixing
powdered rice with a li tie cold water,
and then gradually adding bailing wa
tor until the desired consistency is ac
quired, n-Mii being taken to keep it
stirred. Lastly, bofl for pnu minuto in
a e'eau saucepan. This teint i; yery
stroug and nearly colorless. '
A TSToaan's Qa:ck Wit.
Tii-- rr.ivl ct Ttiines-i.' through which
I have 'been kriK-ked about is full of
nuniuU :eos of the w.i: but there is
no ie of its biitoi u-5 left. In war time
ti-e pt'opio wore greatly di;dcd j:i thoir
sent in -nts, an 1 no man e;ul I 1J4
t'otlier from which. This remark rc
i.t'tuds me f a s'orv I lie rd yes'.er 'ay,
a'.i.'ii'. na woman of 70 od 1,
who b.-d two or tirt;i y??,r ago, hero
011 the nmu itairis. Oa day.' iiurjn
t!ie war, whe i the country was f&fly
:i!ie with guerrillas she had oc-asio:i
to take smite valuable ;oods with hut
on a trip she was making, aud put
I hem on J;er hov-e. iack .f her. When
fcho h l gone svinio di-tauco in the
woods kite hea d a smi id of giierrii! is
a;, roachin.jr, und. fcmjvvino; i.er goods
would not l e safe for h'lUutuj'.nt bio
straddled her horse, man fashion, and
throwiiiir i:er long skii t over the paek
ao beiiiud her, cotni'ietely concealed
it? When the guerrillas rode up m
was unable t guess whether they be
longed to the North or to the South
their uniform being no solution what
ever. She detet mined, if qtiesti med.
a bluil gani'
hail .t chance
wit. llo.lol called one ol me
vi!l;i. "Mull !" she ft turned. "What
side are you on?" he challenged. She
laughed a good laugh at him us sue re
plied, kiuLinjj out her feU: "On both
sides, of course; can't you sijc?" This
brought a roar from the who! gmia l.
and tney began to banter her in heir
own fash ou. "Which si le is your o I
man on?" asked one of them. ''He's
on neither side," she laughed; "he's
on his back, and has been for years."
Such wit saved her, and they let her
pass 0:1 unmolested. Letter 0 (Jin
Thn Way Pitta 6!a33 I Mads.
Toca-t, roll, polis'i and burnish plate
glass re'iu'r.-s machinery of a peculiar
constructio a-i.l a "plant" that is
e.-!h- by ro;ison f its complex nature.
Tii! 'p'liiring f liquid gla-s from the
furnace upon tho cast-iron plates, aud
the subsequent rolling, ato processes
comparatively simple. Any house
keeper who has used a rolling pin on
a batch of pic crust dough, performs
nn oruration very similar to this stage
of plateglasa making. It is the suc
ceeding processes of grinding aud pol
ishing Tind final burnishing that require
time'and cosily mechanism. After
leaving t'.e rolls and bed plate the glass
is rippled and rougti, ana oniy nc ior
ora'inzs or skylights. Each plate must
be transferred to machines that resem
ble the turn-tablc3 of a railway. On
the revolving platform tho glass i3
cemented into a bed of plaster of paris,
and tho machine started. Bearing
heavily on the surface of the glass are
blocks of metal, and while in motion
tho surfaces are kept supplied with
sliarp sand and a constant stream of
water. Tiie next stage of the glass-o-iiuding
process is the same as to
niathinery, but instead of sand coarso
emery is" used. The liner emery js
used in another revolving table, and
so on for half a dozen times. The
final polishing is done by heavy recip
roca lug devices, fed with rouge, aud
maintaining a constant back and for
ward motion, and also a lateral move
ment over the surface of the crystal.
All tliis requires the assistance of a
large force of men, many of them
skilled laborers. After going through
these different grinding- and polishing
tho plate that measured an inch iu
thickness is only three-quarters of au
inch thick, lias lost all its roughness,
and is n-adv for the show-window ot
the pi:: i.a--:r. Pittsburg Telegraph.
s r ,nrar.ti,i3 Fatalities.
i -: ;u i :i
m'.c'i a v
b in', ii ft
its !f i:t a
f 'l out in
us nded it
1 w hfll dis
tv : i : '
a -i rap
it w! ii
nock, mi I
covered. A S
wer ti.-d to ;r
its head. v. 'f
-i :i-!ii'iilo b-iii-.
ven it f m
i was a lie
Wl 11 S ;
rhcii I'. and w liile !!-u- bound it f-1! w
its i.io.,' i-i :i hasi'i of na'.iv-, wliie i
drown-? ' i'. M ic i tnor. horrible was
the fate f the 1 iil ide'phi i b iby. who
was h-f; to le:;: in .1 ro-m infes'ed by
rat--. The mother was careful to spread
a n- t:iug over the little one as a pro
tecti-m agaitfst ilie-. but wai not mind
ful of the ravenous vermin. When
she rcturac-l. te infant had cease I to
strisgg'.e agiinst the ra's, its f cri was
gnawn 1 av:iy, and death cn-sued im-
Pennsylvania has 3.907 1ind persons,
of w!uni SfiS live ill Pliil.idel-'hio.
An nccomp isin d jiht (still living),
wii was a member of the II--use of
Commons when Disraeli was delivering;
his philipt-ics against J?ir Robert Peel,
remonstrate ! w.tli him after one of his
liere-.'st attacks. "Y u are overdoing
it." lie tn":d; "y spoil the cBect by
showing your tinimo-iiy so openly."
"My animosity!" exclaimed Mr. Dis
raeli. "I ad in re Ped .juru than any
in an living; but ho slighted me, aud It
is neeessary to my position to prove
that I cannot be s ighted with impuni
ty. I have no influential connection; I
m lighting agninst great odds, and I
nni obliged to use such weapons as I
find most serviceable,"
Kvery wound or injury, even bv accident r
any lNV:te, 'uille a solilierof ttie liite warto
a pension. All pension by the law ol January.
17'. biii hack at date of uieeliarce or dealli
of the soliiier. All entitled should apply at
once Thousands who are now drawing pen
sion are entitled to an Increase. Soldiers and
widows of the war of II2 nd Mexican war are
enillieil to pensions. Thousands are yet enti
tled to tinuiiiy. but do not know it. Fees in all
casern 10. l'ay for every description of war
claims collected. Employ an Attorney reid
init la Vahhipton. who can li've. personal at
tention to vour business. American and For
eign patcn'ts obtained on short notice. Send
two itami"" for pension and bounty laws. Ad
dres . T. Fit.;kkaoi. V. S. C laim Aftent.
lck liox i-22. WaoliiisKton, 1. C Mly
el"aTwaterman & PON
Wholesale and Uetail Dealers ii
.iai.. .street. Ctsnerof fiflh.
TTSMOUJI, - - - - NEB.
JNO. BOBS & SON, PfOj'rs,
N. NV. l tt- liH IIM 4- SECOXl STK'S,
Near II. & M. I'enger Uepoj,
PLATTSMOl'TII, T BJ U 4 S Ii A .
Newly refitted aud fr.rnWicd tliroufthout. Af
fordinij an excellent view of the R. H Bridpe.
It is conveiiieutly located, especially for the
The tables tdway supplied with the best of
n eonnecti;n with tiie house. Lunch bankets
filled at all hour. Tcnn reasonable. 8tf
3 I rc!u-i'r n f .irotlne Outfit.
t 2 "j 'J TliLJiuia Moore & rcu!t bL luix
Wa'jon, Buijjy, Machine and Plow re
pairing, and general jobbing
I am now prepared to do all kinds of repairing
of farm and oilier machinery, as there
is a (rood lathe in my shop.
The old Reilable va&uh Maker
ha taken charge of the vhoh shop.
He is well know si as a
NO. 1 WORKMAN".
esr lyc-ons nnl lujrsiej mad r fe
S A T i .S V A C I 1 1 W i i ' A . ' ' Kl .
Shpon Sixth street nupofclte. ifi,ei-nf 'k t.ihle
?.:titeiea ic7 ,t 13 R Stwet, ST. LCna W.
' y ilE rhvictaiis in oJirfl of Uiia olIaA $ VSJ
i ii:-titu'ion aro rpiU:a crA4uAtei iu medicine av
i;rjTT. Wars of STxperieneo in the trAtmnt ct
VV: rciic DisefJidw have ma! their skill mod abilitj
:iitK-L iipei.or to that of the ordinary practitioner.
: .n th-y imv ac'j'iire-l a national reputation through
irjO'iSGRniON CR EXPOSURE
iht- tlaol, Uiu ur bonri, treated With success,
.i.i s 'leniifi' pt nfj without using Mercury or ether
nr on- Mr-id -iucs and at moderate ezpease.
.'OH PiC fl onfl those of middle ae who ae
..-af Cufw irrt sufft ririK from org'anic wpnl:
.lOKa that unrtt irs victims for business or marria,o.
by MaiI aos txprt)
tut where pcuible
FREE nd irmtfd.
Ltt of qufitiom to hf antwerrd tv r-aticats dcir.cc treatment
maiied free tn ny .-!dre on nlicition.
M Frifii sufffi-ins frwm Knptarr koaId aesd iktlr s4dm,
sni Imra onrthl!' to thrlr advaatac. It to aota troM.
Cnmmu-n !rtrtlv ennft lential, and should be aidressci
1K. lil'TTK, l J North tth KU,8U LouU. Mow
Wa Mm Cured, Not Ksreiy Hslisved
And Can Prove IF hat ice Claim.
Cg Tbw are no Tjllnren nnd tio 81a;.
poln t men i. If yoi are troublwl Willi
quifUly furfd. n Iitirnlr-li Imvp bwi
Iff Mtf.y. Wo lc plerawl to mail
thwt itt ttlmoijttl to ai iiterM.lvi.
CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS
JLlsocurcull lormscf BlMousnesa, prevent Con.il!
pat Ion and Pyspepsla, promoto Dtsctlnr, rcHcrv
filstrrss froo too teartr catlnT. coiTc-ct Disorder .
of th-! StoTaath, Sttmulatotbo LlTcr,anl Reiralp.to
tto Bowels. Tti:y do cil th'.3 by taking Just ona
IIUIo plUutk icse. They are pnrely veRetatle.rto
notfripoor pnrso.nndiire u potidy perfect cal
ls possible for a pU to t o. Prico25conts, S for?!
Sold ty drnpfrisia everywhere or seat by m:i!!.
CARTER MEDICINE CO., NEW YORK.
A valuable DUcovery a
leal Scinnctt. A itmittvt-
.rtnr in Mecl-
rt4ciiv Kmiuly tar tba
Itdyoad iirm:itif:t i't 11..-tMunio wer.kuo:-! tha
deplorable dii.J: re;iii::t.' fiom iudirtrret practices
or excesses in y.juilior si ;.e, lime of lifn I y the onljr
true way, vu: JUirect Appli-jntion actln ty AD
sorptJcn, exert lurf Us sp;itio influence on tbe
Vesicles, liacts, and Clnrirl, that are onsble to per
form their natural functions wliiie tQis diseaso pr
Tsilns the human oriraaiom. The n:o uf tho Pastilio
Is attended with no pain or inconvenience, and doos
cot Interfere with, t ti3 o.-.lidarr pursuits of life: 1l la
quickly dissolved and soon absorbed, prodacioff aa
lainioaiabe sooimn ami reHorauvo rLiucwimu io
ccrrotis rvanizatimis wrockt J from vicious habits or
ncesMa, bt'Piiiiip the drain from tus system, restor
lm: tbeir)tn ioi?!lb and sound memory, reraov
tuir the Dimness of fciibt. Confusion of Ideas.
Aversion to Eocivty. etc., etc.. and tbnjpMrtncs
of premnturd old 09 usually avcompanyin? bls
trouble, acl roslor;r. the vital forces, where they
lia been dormant for -ers. TMs mode of treat
ment bas stood tho tw.vt iu vry severe cases, and la
cow a pronounced aurcwia. Drugtf are too much pre-
u.ib:'- In this trouble, end, as many ce3 bear wit
ness 10. !b but little If hny permanent trooa. There
Is no nonsensw snout this lT"arntiu. Frai-tlcal eb
snrvati'vn enS!s us tt (Kiliti)r" cunrarttee that it
will eive 8:ui3fnctioT!. It hits been In UMoi uae
far siveral years nn J we have thousand of testi
monials from itatiT.t. ns to its value, und it is now
conceli-d to lie tlio lumt rationnl means yet dls
coverd for renchins and c-trinit this very prevalent
trouble, that is well known to be the canss of untold
misery to so many.and upon whom quacks prey with
tbeir useless nostrums and bid fees. The ltemedy
Is put up in neat botes, of three sizes. No. 1. (enough
tolaut a nwntb.) S3; No. 8. isnfneient to effect a per
manent cure, bdldiS in severe rases.) S3; No. 3,
(lasting over three months, will eter9 hose In the
worst iondi ion.i S7. fcient by mall, In plain rnri
lull DIRECTIONS fcr using will accompany
( he tul for Sealed IteseHplice Pamph--v
letm girl itff Anatomical IlltistraHon
a mt 1 etttiMfrtty. t licit wilt convince B
the moHt skeptical that they can be re- H
tttorsil to terfeet health, antt the vital
forces thturo'ly re-eetabliahetl mame W
u if iirrer affected, fSoltl OXI.X by '
HARRIS REMEDY CO, MFQ. CHEMISTS.
Market and 8th Stt. St. LOUIS, MO.
Unsolicited testimony to the Efficacy of
Prof. Harris' Pastilles, taken from Let
ters received frarn Patrons t
Indiana. April 11, 'J. a Remedy is workinH par
fecily. iiadel''''8Tfrom wpnknes frS years past.
Iowa, Oct. lulu, '7a. I am almost surprised at your
PastUles. They have worked Ilka aciurm ou me. Iam
just twice as much of a man as I was before taking. 1
was on the vere of the grave, I thouirht, and t here waa
no cure for me, but now 1 era in good hopes for a cure.
West Vlnrlnln, Auk. a, lHTtV I received your medi
cine and I believe it has cured me, for which 1 am very
thankful. Inclosed find Si. I'lease send me snot her
box (No. 'J for a friend. You have done a great thins
for me. 1 will send yon all the orders I con.
FrKi d physician and Surgeon.
Missouri. J ana Please forward cue baoiLar box
of the Pastilles. The patient on whom I nave nned
most of one box. In addition to a sample box, is fast
recovering, and I think another will set him all riht.
From a Druggist.
Maryland. Sept. 2-T9 Last January we got a box of
your Remedy for one ofour customers, and it has made
a perfect cure of him. We have another customer now
Buffering In the same way, and wiaU one No. S box.
POS TIVELY CURED BV1"
m IVER c
BYYEftBSCgQ ' ; OF USE!
Retail Liquor Dealer,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
Billlaid Hall and Saloon on Maui Street, four
doore from Sixth at ville'a
BEST BRANDS OFCIQAHS, ..LES,
llemeinber tlte Xaiue antl 1'laee,
ltl,n SU'cet, lieur Ki:;ntli.
Platlsmouth, - Neb.
Made to order
Palaco Barber Shop.
J. C. BOONE,
Under Frank Carruth's new Jewelry Store.
HOT &c COIJj BATHS
CLEAN NEW PLAGE,
Sod fcoiv,s t',!T to pet
SIIAVKP - Mil AM ruti'Ui -- At ti.i uT.
or auyt'ilai; ; tn th toiiKtirlal wjiy, at
John Hoonc's xNev jhoi,
Corner Maiu aud Fifth Street!.
FlattiMtuni t Ii, - n VcfcrHsk.
Good 1'iU k, fer -iile :i" stion as l-iii'i.cil. .it
W"SIXIsrC3-TOIsr -"V"E3 ,
IMallsii!ou(!i. Xult. Olf
that the I'hkai'Kst anl Bf.st Place toliuy
First-Class Dry Goods,
IS AT THtf
OLD KELIAKLi: STOUfi
Cor. Main iiiul TUiil StV. Fkit tsinouth.
j"Stti-k jilwaps frosli ami now, and prices
alwavs nv the lj- ttnin. Call and convince your
lfluccc.rtre lo Jours t Agut-w.
Again takes charge of the Old
Brick Livery Stable
I' I. A TT S M O l" T 1 1 , - - NKHKASKA.
The iM i;-iiiiei-Stalil.'s. in I'latt-inoo.tl;. are
now leased ly Jones & Kikenl-arv anil they
hove on hand New and handsome act-oikniod..-tions.
in i lie 'liajie of
HOUSES, CARlilAiitiS, UUOOJES,
We are now i-rc;nre:l to keep IIOKSES
FOR SALEs TRADE!
Al!d v, lil
Train and Break Colts
On lieasonable Terms.
That willi jilt-nly f roon: ahat every one
kiic-wc we hae ii- our stahle. we can jj;et t ann
ers' nt,!'-; jin-l wti'in,-7 1i):u" i of h;iv, .ic.. under
cover, i i l:iiri .liv,
Tliai.Kl iu tile oiii ;tl'oi)-t for t li 1 r lll'emii
tv.we so i itiii ii liiidt- for the t.itme, allstied
tii 'I e can -iceoiuiiiodaie Iln-ai lu tter aiid tin
lie!!(.i 1 j tlu in than ever heltuv.
m v ' J 0 X E S & E IKX 15AKV.
i;. UlAhiA., frptlelr.
Fi.tr, Corn JItat it- Feed
Always on l-.nnd and for saie at l iwest c:t--h
lrices. The lit ls-ii prices iai(l tor V.'lieat ai.d
Cora. rarliei:!ar atlentiii s'vei; custom wm-K.
TOVnUL News forEoyx d Oiils ! 1
Young aud Old!! X MiW IN
VENTION just patented lor them.
for Home use !
Fret and Scroll Bawioe, Turninfr.
Boring, ITillii)g,Grinding, Poiisliingt
Screw Cuttiiiir. Price $5 to fo0.
Send 6 cents for 100 pages.
KFHKAIM BOOWN, Lowed,
a c tiii:s tii
i . y
i- : i :u j .a., c ....
J- .-1 v. J..- ilii kh ' ;
PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Iicsg of sppotitg,NauRen,bowf la costive,
jain in the rteadwitfi & dull sensationja
the back part. Fain under the shoulder
blade. fullnesa after eating, with ad is in.
clination to exertion of body or mind.
Irritability of temper, Low spirit s.JLosa
of memory, with a feeling ofhavlng neg
lected some duty, weariness, Dizsihess,
Fluttering jsf the H eart. Dots beforejthe
eyes, Yellow S k in." Headache, K estless -nets
at night, hiehly colored tTFine.
U THESEW ARSINGS AEE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPER. ,
TIT ITS prXLS are cpcially adapted to
u(7l t isei.,oiieaose ef.Vct Buc hs change
of feeliiiK aa to aalonlkli the aufffrwr.
1 hey Inrrrasrlhr .4 prtellte. and cause tho
bodv to Take on Kleaii. lUim lli- svtem is
urlhl.and bv tlielrTonte -llouon the
IllKntlfrOrraiis, Kra-alartcsala are pro
dtierd. I'ricp -Jft cents. Mi 1lorrs.T tt, W.lr.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
Gray If air orWnisKFRS changed to a Oixy
Kia K by a sinifle applicalion of this Dye. It
imjmrtx a natural color, nets Instantaneously.
tuld tivbrujijiMS orseiu bv eii.r on rwaipl uf 1.
Office, 36 Murray SU New York.
0 Kr. TrTTS MINI I vf l.lnbl laformallos ss4 k
9 I vfcl Umirt will Mllrd HJfcE M applksUa.
I. lruilatiua coUtti. tuliU ria 1 2. ClieAftvBt and
for ;iur own aat or ipcuif ie purfM. Viible c(-
Battla Croek, Michigan, v
Mi:.TTACTtraKaa of tbi oslx ourcnrB
Traction and Plain Engines
Most Complete nti-r.I.rrlattJXV Established
la the World.
f V IT il DC f cur-'inwwjtan4mccftfvlbur.
J'i iLAnOi'M, but !! of iPiif.
J jF TiinnicviiHrA, i- ! ti, i. to "tir tltm
i brvad vurranty tfi 'HbsGUaurouu,, ,
I . -
sTEAM.rown: rr.r t ators sd
C'omplJf rleni. tit ni.y "'''.''-
mt Trariion Kiik.:-:,b -d l.ainl.uniaci
everseon in the Ai.'icr:. . 'i i... :t(jt.
i !;.,..' of rp'rinl frn'irn e"r t n; rrr,-,
l'ir Iij?!, U"!tll"r vrlttl ,Vr v""' '- .&."-
tin rt an J material w.t rfi'- -ill..- 1 i-I 1 lh"'' Mr - i-r :
Four piles of Kni;r.iLr-. tro.;; G to li Lbrsd
CST'a'ityty"w 'wifl or V'f'-r.
Two rtyles of - M"''.n. d " V.r-T'O-Vt.Y.vr.
Tf flrt nOrt ''', rf Sf-lerted 1 no-"-
conFtanfy on lis " i, it-cTi v L.if-li i-i built t;-" i..
coiiiiJarabie wood-work of c r " n.--?.12i i:. .
BUMIS. , IU, lii ISO.- C i.
ttirmtr, atMtl f .lir. .M jwi .
tiiMmti:iic lyU " !''; "I ;: I.. .
," ,a'D "l tit-, A'l iriv
NICHOLS, SIIEPARD & r :
It Is th6 result of 20 yearn' experience and
exirimeuta iu Siwli, Slachaiea. it r',iM th'
ffooj jMtintt 0 ell p-rnt ariff Jurmer na.rs, ari'i ii
one idea ijiachiiie, ae oiL.rrt
ar. It avoid Ilie ilefccts ofofhprN. and iob
wwio";; itii.t ''i-'.'jH' i-vi'H v t"-4 'r"' -''lvW-
vtnitn; (titrat-ln, cn i Wr.rrnntt'd find
Kflil in l-flinirtiwlnro vrni-H. t'lriulars wltli
ruu Uicniu,m -ijt f w
heft. A trial v.i. i r.-vo .;
befor" vrn iuv. Manc :
MACillNK ro..V.-:vr- -,
Gi;0. i. BE.NT, tl
I i: 1 lull In f-oc it
Ti-ueu rv I I. 1 'X.KNt'K
VBOI.y.M.r.r i V
St ,1 hicr--. i:..
iars!v of iwdcr-
Ti.a or Tuini'trk is
tha REST and CHEAPEST
lnbricaUir j:i the world. It is the best
ItfraiiBo it finf.fi not eum. but forms a
WWv polished surf?o r.vr the axl,r
Utrfjlrra frlrtic and !yvtifil ts ifrdft.
It w tii? cheapest beoau it oosts no mora
than Interior brands, and ono bo vi!l o
the work of two of any other Ate Creasa
made, Itauawemcquu-ly as wed lor HarveHtors,
Mill OeuripK-, 'ilirbshiuK Maohinee.Crn!-Flaiitpr8,
Carriairf-R, BuJ-trifs. etc., et., as for Wciroiis. It is
GUARANTEED to contain no Petroleum.
For sale lv all liret-ciass dealers, tsr" Our I'tjrkn
Cyclopedia of Thing Worth Knovina mailed lite.
MICA MANUFACTURING CO.
31 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois.
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
A viotim of yonthful imprudenco ca-irins Prema
ture Nervous Debility, Loi-t Mauliood, etc,
having t.icd in vain every known remedy, lias dis
ceventl a simple self cure, which bo will s. nd FP.BX
to bis f.'llow-HiifliTi rs, address JI. 21. Ittt tf
413 I Iiailinm St., X. V,
RsarHnrs! C&CifaflonsI rir.cution!
j..-r , JJ'JIit'S'.nui t ...,J:iiJ....a. J
TMs r-tir -r i? H"if.mv'-,i ?rr-t. tiv er t-.'.lv.- hn
C.'ior 1 J Tl r i 1 I. flamni i.,n i i I.VkuI'.k,
en'oui:'? i onilmiiit, ()wwr?, l'.itvi llcmo-, I'n.u
1 r-'- I':'- S" r.s.ni;K i .. ' ' "
r.W A N E W ' S ,; ;.. .
Is made l:vm a nimpii 'I'ropieal Leaf of Itare
Valiw. and is a Pom! live ICinoly for ;iM the
c'ise.-t-e- iliut e.-m-ic paiiis in I ii lower part of
the IhmIv for Torpid l.iver 1 Ie:i'liielic -Inuii
rli. eDi vi ies. (iiuvel. Miliaria, and sill tliui
culties ii. !'ie Ki.lii;-ys. l.iver and t'riitarv Or
t'aii". Kid" S- i-iualf Iia-ii. .AIu!!-!;iv len
stniatinii. and i:niint I'l-enace.v, it iias mi
ei'i;:l. It restores Ilie organs Tluit ni.f.- ilie
liloo.l. and lteii:-e isllie let ltl;;it l.rin'r.
It iS iiit oniv kli.ivn i-e,ie(iy 111:-.! ei;!es t Si ,"lt
ciii.i.-e. iCi llH'M SliMiiMt. Ki.i Diabetes,
1 sri'i-'4 !i(V' IHniit'4 t i:r.
Vttr .s.-i!e by Inucf !s a:n! De; lers at i
perlKiitU-. l..-irgtst ltotilein t lie market. Try it.
3!. II. WAUKEK & CO.. Kneljester, X. Y.
A V V r M vj s
i4 I e-ia. E
The t.it i,: i'i r
f ti.ll itt tr ' tit
A.i ,cr, "J- " i 7
Littf-tf. it I
ft rret.si. ft t" -.
lit - a t. r: .S ' t t ,- U
ttie ills ,f the human
! f.'"0 j.c nt of th
' ti'it tltf stinmirh and
'. fffti t it rm r, if is
:'. rtt use. JrrrfU--rlion
of Ihe Untrein,
II -ntl-iclic. Sir',
itt tif Stitch a i
x itt Hi" Stomach ,1'iti n
.'... .-:, , tt-,f i till irnte Hint
the hirer ir.i'ft tlttnmt t.'.ut nature ri
unirf rtysist . if ' 'u rnttbic fti offnil t
I 4 finf it' i uttyt. ? :
i'rtt. itly " ;i til !cr wrc tp-t i.-tlftf
en itt fin :iiit;. it ;
Ml', i-i tiil if
I I. I
rtt re ; n r p
ct .!: ' :
let- it tr I
: -i . i . 1
(i J - ii 5
hi! pil . Oil
."-. c, ; t.
n i-r mt pf. .1
r ' --it It - I r. '
t-tt. a. I:
AS& tCi! :
And lAs.b i o o
1 1 1 1 S Fin lO NOW KEADY.
$mhtfe&ff.n aim Eft
J. C CHAMBERS,
Manufacturer ot and DeaK r in
Also, a full li :e r
HORSE CLOTHING, ETC., ETC.
i Done neatly and promptly at short notice at Ms
; UBW PLACE,
Directly opposite Tost (Mice, riattsiiioutli, ?'el.
None but the best of stoi-k used !
Ut V Mathews,
Hardware, Catlery, Nails,
Iron, Watson toil,
ST0VKS ami TIX-WAUE,
Iron, Wocd Stock, Pumps,
FIELD d- GARDEN SEEDS, UQl'JC.
AND All. KINDS OF ixitEET
IRttN WORE, Ko.pt in Stock.
DOXK W ITH
NEATNESS & DISPATCH.
All Work Warranted.
J. F. BAUMEISTER
Fumislios Frcsli, Pure Milk
ii:ii e:i.5.i daily.
Special calls attended to. and Fresh Milk
j from same cow furnii-lied when wanted. 4ly
NO CHANGING OAXIS
OH AH A OU lXJATTSIOlTTII
Where diicet eoiiiieetious sire made with
Through Sleeping Gar Lines
new YoitK. nosTox, r;niii.r)Ei.rHi.4,
AND ALL EASTERN CITIES.
CTJte STloj 't Lirta
Via PEflRl fUt-
l2iMA.XAk'iLi!i. LUU1SVILA.E. C1XCIX
XATI, ciihI all jinint.-'liii the
S TJTHE1A 1?.
Tin: iii:wt 1. 1 xi-. fois
Where Direct Connections are made iu the
UNION DEPOT wiih Thiou-li Sleeping Cur
Lilies fur;:-! poin:.s.Ol''s'ii.
the m:w LINE I Oil
J3iL JVC QJ: If 1H33.
THE I AY0UITE I.Ol iE I'OK
The imce,'ialed initneemeiits olfeivd by this
line to 1 ravelers and i onrisis are as follo'ws :
The celebrated I'nllman li;-Wheel Talace
r'leepini; l.'ars. run only on this line.
I '.. I!. & ). Palace Di aw inj;-!;. 101:1 Cars,
With Iloituii's Keciiiiin Chairs. No Extra
Ciiaiire f:i!-Se;:ls in Peeliniiijr Chairs.
'I lie famous C, 15. ct i-i- 1'alaee Dtiiint; (.'arc .
CorV'fous SmoKii.i; (.'(. lilted with rleant
li ipl-.-hacki-d l.'attan lU-vel vilitr Chairs, for
the exclusive use o! lirst-class passiijrers.
Fast Time. Steel I.'aii Tra.-k and Superior
Equipment eoiii'.iiued with 1 heir ilrt-ut Thnmuh
'or A rranyrwnt. mal.es t tiii-, ii!;i,ve a!! others,
Ihe f.ivoriie lioute to ire
r..i;T, .ij; t t trrn-i:ast.
Tit Y IT. and oi will find Tl:. VKI.I NO .1 l.ux
ui iusteat! of a Discomfort.
TI:roui:h Tickets v:;i this t le!-:t:ed line for
s:i!e at all otllees in th'- Cniiyd stales st
-tii liii.ii..:;i;;,.ii aii.iul Hates tt Fare, Sleep
ing (::r Aceommod:.U':iis, und Tune Pal'lcf,
will he cheerfully given Py Hpplying lo
James It. Wood,
(ienpral l'assenger g't, Chicago.
T. J. l'OTTCI!,
(iener tl Mauascr. Chicago.
m 1 n n-rsTnvrms ttbimm
Most Fragrant EefresMng cf Perfumes
Exceedingly Delicate and Lasting.
Prise, 23 cts.; Lar?e EctUes, 75 ct3-
Sold by dcslcn in Drugi & Perfumery. Sigaators of Hl
cox A Co., N.T., on every bottle.
PARKER'S GINGER TONIC
The Medicine for Every FamHyi
lade froti( Ginges, Uuchu, Mandrake. StillincU,
E and other of the best vegetable remedies known.
1'arker s Ginger Tonic has remarkably vaned
curative powers, & isthe greatest Stomach Correct-
f or, liluod Puriner and liver Regulator ever trude :
The Best Medioine You can Use
for Bestoring Health & Strength
Itcommeneesto act from the first dose, searches
out the weak organs, and is warranted to cure or
help all diseases of the Bowels, Stomach, Blood,
Kidneys, Liver, Urinary Organs, all Complaints of
Women, Nervousness, Slcculcssncss, lllieum.
tisiq and Drunkenness.
Try a bottle to-day ; itm.ny save your life. sact.
and $i sizes atalldruggists. Every genuine bottle
has our signature on outside wrapper, Hiscox &
Co., N. Y. Large saving in buying $x size.
Jast What is Wanted.
Kvervihody whose hair is gray or faded has felt
the nced-of a Hair Restorer and dressing that is
cleanly, agreeably perfumed and harmless. Par.
ker's Hair Balsam satisfies the most fastidious in
these respects. Sold by drusreists at 30c a:.ci ft.
A certain enre for JJervOUS
Debility, Seminal Woa'K
The Eftcipes need in my practice for 25 Yea
cndanillufetratedbookofGOpuecs pivinf fall di
r -ct ions for pelf-treatruen t, sent free. AUdrese
D.H. X. WHXIA3IS. 435 . nater St.. iJ-:i6. Va
ARE PAID tnrr noldier dm-i
li'-.' f ii1. . v .It uli i If it t-ri.t'-'-iw. .
'4 'V Ol i . r-'nvh-ni.Iofi of Brfr.t
. - ..... V" i
1 w; .m Ji( l:. ii -r
. t r:i-u'rn t i t c i. r v i - - .
linicv f. r --i'i:i!. ii i t . - r :-;
r v fn'l bom- ty . ' -i C ; ' .
! ' : - i t. i r i
t - I i r ii - " K ';.v,n.
1pg-lfeiMI&i,s , 1' Via.,;.? KM 'A .,L.XrtUJ2f-.
i it- i v jr "V
I ghs3 f: , V..-
BENNETT & LEWIS,
Staple ami STsmcy GrrccKlcK,
Clg-sni'H & Tobacco.
AGENTS FOIt TIIE CELEDIIATEI) EI3A VKXU OKTU
Tiie elaolee.si tocb of gfroeer-
Cash Paid for Butter and Eggs
Here We are with a Complete Stock
BLANKETS, COMFORTS, SHAWLS, SKIRTS, E(SE, FLANNELS,
CASSIME11FS, JEANS. VALISES, PRESS, GOODS, IlUClIIXl.',
RIBBONS, LACES, CARPETS, FLOOR (HL CLOTH .MATTINGS
WINDOW SHADES ami FIATURES, dc
BOOTS, SHOES .A.2STID ARCTIC
CrFHats, Caps, and Hoods,
UXDERWEAK, ALL COLORS AXD SIZES AT
1'iucES to suit EArr:irrnr)iy.
l?afsg9 KopIftyr9 wersssuswia
s& SSftctlaiiA WooIn9
(Card BSosirl &
GLOVES d- MITTENS TO FIT EVERYBODY, Uth in SIZE ,1- PRICE
Also the Ijcst Select Stock of strictly first-class iVi).
eorios, Oatnied and Dried Fruits, Tobaccos,' ( Jiici ns-.
ware and Glassware in the Citv. All ol' which we?
guarantee to sell as low as anvhodv.
to close Cash Uuyers, and for huge jnantit ies.
MS. MUX STREET. W. H. BAKER Si CO.
The Old Grocery & Dry
Altliough Lection is over wo are not done selling gooils, ly a long .shut.
OU WILL FIND AT F.S. WHITE'S ONE OF THE LAlHiEST AND
BEST STOCKS OF GOODS, OF ALL KINDS IN THE TOWN.
Krocerie&9 iay gds9 Swisses s&
The nicest Green Winter Apples fvv s.hIi-. Over ?o Ilarrels down Oll.i;
Potatoes by the Car-load, PEACH BLOWS
CASH PAID FOR HIDES FURS, TALLOW, dC, at
SMITH, BLACK &
TO GIVE THBlvI J CALL,
VHO IS UNACQUAINTED WITH THE
SFF KV EXAMINING
leutroviii. I'riin i-l".:. 1 nTit'-n. ! i-il::i. 1 u
T':l, l,.!lVIlWill.l. AI IlK'.n. IU.U 1 ii 1 1 v . .
Wtiyiin-itfiar. to Ms Mr:i:-y, .'!.l;uj :v. at:.J I.--.
Ko";:iiK to Kuriiini.-'i'j. H"miwit.;. .:
tcr.si'i.rt, lu.!.-i "n.i :nt. I.l ! ii. lui;;" :i. 1. i -vilii-.
i .ta:"!-"!. i'l-'.Ja. M'-iri u. ;m;1 i .1! i:k-.::
J..ai.inm it-! r ; tf M.,iu-.J 1" :..noia!i'i
W iiutr.-ct: Atlar:ti'-- t I.'-" i.i um 1 A'l";! .'.!.: f-.-i
wl.w-.i nn, :i:nl f tl)T:ll''i It ltir.')U!l
i,.o froni I !n.-'-.i iniii tiie t it- "t Kana.
Through Hxvrvtt 1'bsii,;.t 1 r.i::i. v. iUi 1'u!!-
man l-i.liire araitai-n''.u'"r':i. u way i i !
Ih..i -.r... n i n n-A'.'i aui I'l. ::ia. kv. ( i;v.
n.i-M 11 III l.l-A-i KMiuillH ai.1 AH lil-
SON. 'i nront-'ii cur nia'i"rt:n iwt"-v-vu Milwau
B f an.I K:.n: H. vi.i tlio ".Munauli'e wrl
, R rk iVi in-l Miort I.iii'-
Tiie "urBl H.-K-b !an.r' is in:iTri:;i. n 'y
eqi;ipi"'l. It n.-J'l lf-l m Mn-jilr pcrl(
truck i l.'itl with eteH rails.
What mil please you nj j.-t will lio the pu-a-uro
of enjiivme vour ir;o:il-i. whilo iiairi i.v't ilie
haiiiil-.il prn'iiu.'s f liln;i: :ini luti mo'i.-ot
our uiKKnitlceii. Uinlnt'l nrstlint aM iui;ai:y ail
Q lirouli tiiT.'i"i 'J'nuri!.. -u pi-t nn 'i!'re
mul. a.i eooa os i aorvt-a in any 13iat-clus ti Jlel,
Appreciating the tKCt tliut a major.'! r.f t!ia
peonle cre(ir'r c-purat u;iartint-iit lor t:i!T"ri!it
p'jflv'W-s (11 ml the innu-iic pawenaer Pui-hk-m
of this line warranting it;, w.jiirt- i' a"i t ) an-nount-e
that tuin Company runs J'ulim"' I'ainct
&ttui:ia Cur tor sleeniiiir Liuri;oc's. uiil i amcc
. - .
ii T7'T v"" I- V xf'-.-y f4 '-TSVi r 4
CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC R. R.
W J'iV t;tV VI t'OSMTf :TIN LINK i TiTKX TIIK LAST & THY. ViYSTJ
!. M'.i.-a 'the ,:.! "I 1--:. l:.T'..,.i,r.:.- ............ :tlr; .!!:, , . .-p.... ' ,"
ti-. B.-..1 Av.h-:.: villi Lraniio,-. r.-. ... tuu-:.:: f ' ;' -' ; ' ' l. , , . ''
T t- ......... i.-, l -..i.. .... ..' '. I -avi'ii". 1 1 ,i. It .1 I Ui"'.. "
Tirketa Tin this Line, known Ihe "ii--i.l litn U. l.a::U ioui , .1-1- '"
all Tlck-t Ak-enl. In the I nilcl Nti-te. a.l unailn . , .
For Brnaatlon not cbta.nKble t jour hoiuo ticket .? c, ',"-'f"-
CEOCRSPHV OF THIS COUNTRY, WILL
THIS MAP. THAT THS
'I til-: I'i.lN- liw", ::. U. 'vN; ; TIv
i.!:;:.vi' 'i i'.i'.-i j-.i. aui. s
1 '.L"t Co vruli til U;vc:-i.!:. !tn- tor tue
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