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Tfce "business of n tclegraiv ,
naay is "spread from uolis n good
So ia that of the wsishetit in a snow-
Surf bnthinr thcs or ulster,
deal like tunAfoit insurance corn
bank with""1 $-0,000 for postage
pnsj)rinklo-l ou wheat, at the rate
4 half a barrel per acre, is said to ex
terminate or drive off chinch bujjs.
'Olcomariraiiue needs no defense,"
as the hotel man said. ''No, it is strong
enough to defend itself," answered a
At a prize-show of parrots in New
York, recently, it was noticed that tho
most profane bird got tho first prizo.
New York taste is peculiar.
Thoso who have tried it confcs that
a large, healthy mustard-plaster worn
at the back contains more heat than a
If 5-011 want to take gimp out of a
stuck-up man, mistake J im for tho
street-car conductor by offering him
your faro ns ho conies alon?.
Youn" clergyman (at a clerical meet
ing) : 'i merely throw out tho iden."
Old clergyman : Well, 1 think that is
tho best thing you can do with it."
"And so you learn dancing, Bob!
And how do you like raising?" "Oh,
it's not bad! I can manago very well
myself, but I think a girl's rather in
"If f punish you," said a mother to
her naughty littlo girl, "do you think
it will bo for my pleasure?" For whoso
pleasure is it, then? It isn't for mine,"
returned the child.
If you grasp a rattlesnake firmly
about tho neck he cannot hurt you,
says a Western paper. To bo perfectly
safe it would do well to let the hired
man do tho grasping.
Sleeping, dining and cooking cars
for its workmen have been introduced
by the IJuQ'alo, Pittsburgh and Western
Company. Only 14 a month is charged
for board and lodging.
Some must sow for others to reap,
nnd sonic will lay up umbrellas for a
rainy day, but when the rainy day comes
the umbrellas will be borrowed.
Ilich German-Americans have built
many beautiful villas along tho Ittiine.
The original of Auerbach's villa on tho
Rhino was built by a German-American.
It is reported that wild birds of near
ly 150 species visit the New York Cen
tral Park annually. Some species have
disappeared since tho advent of tho
A. monument to the memory of tho
Union dead of Michigan has just been
completed in Detroit by the addition of
four - statues representing History
Emancipation, Victory and Union.
A man who slopped at the Barnet
IIouso a few days ago registered as
Bjalmer Tjdaden Hj olgersen. Have wo
another sweet singer of Norway among
us? Hjeaven fjorbjid. Eurlinytsn
Amateur artist, painting a bunch of
apple-blossoms, to small boy looking
on: "Well, Tommy, do you know
what they are?" Small boy, with ab
solute certainty in his tones: "Yes,
"Halloa!" With this exclamation the
hunter came to an abrupt halt. (The
concluding chapter of the thrilling and
absorbingly interesting story of "Tho
Scout and th Indian1 will bo found in
"I think,11 said an old toper, com
menting upon the habits oi rv voting
man, who was fist making a bect oi
himself, "when a man reaches r. cer
tain pint in drinkin1, he ort to stop."
"Well, I think," said old Beeswax,
dryly, "he ought to stop beforo ho reach
es a pint."
"My wife won't even bear q? my
going to tho theatre with another lady,"
said Gallagher. Ragbag didn't seem
to construe Gallagher's remarks aright,
for ho said: "Won't, eh? Don't you bo
too suro of il! I thought ray vrifo
wouldn't, but she did, and I had 3 fear
ful time of it."
A new tomb at Cullingsville, Vt.,
is a copy of an Athenian temple, and
cost $75,000. Within a door of bronzo
and an inner ono of granito aro the
graves, and marble statues of tho dad
are then placed in such a manner that
mirrors, by renecung tnem, give tnc
effect of a long vista of art galleries.
"Cremation is no longer popular, I
see," remarked Job Shuttle, this morn
ing. "Well, I ah'd hope not; it's bad
enough to think of your soul burning
up, let alone the body." "Mrs. Shuttle,
I wish you wouldn't accent tho word
2 our." and look at mo so sharply."
nd the meal was finished in silence.
A colored youth sauntered into tho
Ordinary's offico at Waynesboro, Ga.,
his object being to procure a mairiago
license. Upon being interviewed in
regard to the ago of the brido elect, ha
said she was about 40 years old. and
also gave a reason for his preference
for a blushing damsel so much older
than himself that sho had four or fivo
children who were ablo to work.
It is a well-known fact, says tho
Scientific American, that any person
of average structure and lung capacity
will float securely in water if care is
taken to keep the hands and arms sub
merged and the lungs full of air. Yet
in most cases people who are not
swimmers immediately raise their
hands above their head and scream tho
moment they find themselves in deep
water. The folly of such action can ba
impressively illustrated by means of a
half empty bottlo and a couple of nails,
and lhe. experiment should be repeated
in every household uutil all the mem
bers particularly the woniea and
children realize that the only chance
for safety in deep water lies in keeping
the hands under and the mouth shut.
Dr. Gatling of Hartford, the inventor
of the Gatling gun, has produced a gun
that is said to be the best one yet. It
will be mounted ou the gun-wale of a
ship with apparatus for sweeping three
fourths of the horizon, and the range is
three miles, at least. It has a rifled
steel bar b inches long, with a caliber
of I.-'j inches, and throws a solid shot
weighing one and one-quarter pounds
and steel pointed, capable of piercing
the iron casing of a torpedo boat threo
miles away. It is a breech-loader and
is fed by hand, but the loading and fir
ing is automatic. Two men can man
age it. It is called the Gatling torpedo
Moses, the Chief of tho confederate
tribes of Washington Territory, sai I
concerning the assassination of Presi
dent Gartield: "Tell tha Great Chief sit
Washington that it makes our hearts
sad to hear of the cowardly attempt
made on his life. Chief Moses and all
of his people offer their warmest sym
pathies t the Great Father and his
family. He has always been a ood
friend to the Indians. We are glad to
hear that he is recovering, and hope
his life may be spared."
Mr. Burt is printing, in tho old Tip
Top House, Mount Washington, his
little , eight-page paper, Among the
Clouds now in the fifth year of iu exist
ence. This sheet is one of the curiosities
of daily journalism. Mr. Burt pub
lishes a daily edition largo enough to
call for a Hoe press and a steam-engine.
Heretofore ho has had to remove his
material every Autumn and carry it up
the mountain again ia tho bunjmerj
but now he has so far strengthened
his printing ofllee against storms that
ho will risk leaving the apparatus on
the summit all Winter.
A Quiet 1n answer j-i your ad-
I havo fc boarders," nuid a uerv-
vertiser-v to a Pert mit ot thirteen,
atfor shiiwml lipr !nff . narlur
nils '.. . . . r -
a -nil the comforts of a homo estab
lishment, on Henry street. "But I
won't c mie here unless your house is
perfectly quiet. I think I hdr so.ne
ono upstairs shouting."
Th at a only a young lawyer, prac
tising a case. You'll get used to liim.
Nobody liked it at first, but we've all
got used to it, and don't mind it now.
Got any children? : We don't take chil
dren, because our babies tight 'em so."
"No, I haven't. Who's that yelling
in the next room?"
"That's the landlord trying to col
lect the rent. You know pi is very
deaf, and 3-011' ve got to howl at him.
You'd have to pay in advance if oti
"Good gracious! What's that? ejac
ulated tho old la !y, as a furious din
swept through the lower regions.
"I gin ss the cook is driving grandma
out of the kitchen with the clothes p h.
She often does that. Have you got
"S.ikes alive! Somebody is being
murdered upstairs. Who is it?"
"O, that's a literary fellow on tho
top floor. Whenever he writes any
thing ho squeals like a pig. But he
generally writes at night, and you
needn't pay any attention to him."
"What are j'our terms? Good heav
en, tho roof has fallen in!"
"No it hadn't; that's a college pro
fessor, and that's the way he goes up
and lown stairs. If 3-ou listen yon may
hear him break his neck. Can you
give any references? Anybody know
"Certainly; if was that a gun?'1
"I guess so. My cuusiu has got a
rrairie down cellar, where he hunts
ndians and buffaloes, and things.
Sometimes lie's a road agent, and then
he robs us on the stairs. Wa always
allow for it in the board, so it evens
up. Got any money of your own?"
"Never mind whether I have or no!;
I don't think I want a room here any
way. Lf?t me out, please."
"Couldn't let you have one.anj how1
retorted mis 4, preparing to alido down
the balustrade. "There's only 0110
empty now, and that's too high-priced
for .you; besides, you don't wear very
good clothes, and we prefer not to have
3Tou around." And down the slide she
went with a whiz-z, while the oil lady
nattered off after another homoidiktj
Old Madame Jumel.
"Gath" in the Cincinnati Enquirer:
Mention of Aaron Burr recalls the fact
that tho estate of Mme. Jumel, who
was the second wife of Aaron Burr, is
again in litigation. The lawyers are
fighting the putative heirs for their
enormous fees. Mme. Jumel was the
American mistress of a Frenchman.
She had probably been a common wo
man beforo sho became tho French
man's mistress. She was fine-looking,
however, a very perfect animal --and
lived with tho Frenchman some years,
and bore him a child. Sho had the arts
of depraved women, and seemed to get
the Frenchman's monej'. AU'ecting to
be on her last bed of illness, she told
Jumel she could not die in peace un
less he legitimized their child by a mar
riage. "I will never rise from this
bed," she said, "but I want to feel my
goul secure, and also that child's, by
throwing the ceremony of the church
around us." Jumel, much affected,
sent for the priest, and the two were
married; but the madam never died,
and, on the death of Jumel, sho, many
years hi3 junior, was the heir to his
propert3'. She lived in the splendid
house whore Gen. Washington once
courted Miss Phiilipso, on the upper
end of New York island, overlooking
the high bridge of Harlem river. The
old house still stands there, and has
been inhabited by Mme. Jiuuel's grand
son, who is now dead, though the old
lady herself onl3r died about eighteen
years &o. Washington came to New
York for his first visit during tho French
and Indian wars, and called on Miss
Phillipse, and addres-ed her by let'.er
after he departed; but sho was in love
with Captain Roger Morris, whom she
married. Ha went into the British serv
ice during our revolution, and so did
her famil3r, and therefore their estate
was confiscated. As the widow Jumel
had no character in New York, it oc
curred to Aaron Burr, ufier ho was
turned out of public life and generally
detested, that he might make this old
woman his bride and get her money.
He married her, but she soon found
out that ho was using up her funds,
which he collected iu her husband, in
stead of returning Iheni to her, and sho
discharged him both from her bed and
A friend of mine, who was a clerk in
the oflieo of Charles O'Conor, once
told me that he frequently was sent to
Mme. Jumcl's by tho law3'er to take
points of testimony or establish certain
things at law. The old woman was
about 90 3-ears of age, but her immortal
part was her vanity. Tho young man
complimented her one day on looking
so well at l'.er ago, and sho took his
hand and placed it on her breast, near
ly a centnr' old, and asked him if the
young women nowadays could match
Making Kid Gloves.
The Troy (N. Y.) Times gives a de
scription of glove manufacture in a
town near Troy as follows:
In this factory nearly all tho stock
used is imported from France. Tho
skins on arriving at the factory are first
put through the process of "shaving,1'
which is done with a broad chisel, and
all the imperfect parts of tho leather
are cut off. The skins are then taken
to tho table cutting-room, where thirty
cutters are employed in cutting tho
skins into oblong pieces, after which
tlioy are sent to the "slitting" room,
where tho lingers are cut and the gloves
are ready for the sewing machines.
Thence we follow them to the making
room, whero ninety steam sewing ma
chines, run by women, aro kept busy
stiching the seams, and twenty other
women are engaged working button
holes and putting on buttons. The
gloves are now ready for the "laydng
off" room, where a number of long
hollow forms, like outstretched hands,
are stood upright from a table. If ouo
wero in need of a good warm shake of
tho hand, ho would be accommodated
here, for each of these hollow forms is
filled with steam, and give tho gloves
that peculiar shape they have beforo
being worn. Another room is tho
sorting room." where the various col
ors and sizes are sorted and titled for
the market. In the stiching process is
a peculiar sowing-machine whi j'i does
the beautiful overstitcliing of tho
seams. In this factory over 200 hands
are employed and about seventy-five
dozen pairs of gloves made daily. Tho
glove cutters average from $75 to 90
Ier month in wages, and the makers
(women) from $30 to $40 per mouth.
A beautiful glove is now being niado
called the njosquetaire, from imported
Inoeha skins, but dressed in the village,
which is better than any imported
glove, and the day seems to be coming
when American gloves will bo known
as the superior to all other makes. The
skins used will cut on the average
about two pairs of gloves.
Tiie Bodie (Cal.) Free Press claims
that a resident of that place, nam d
Cameron. Is the strongest man in tho
State, and asserts that, Bingle-handeJ,
he placed a 700-pound casting pa a
wagon the other dv.
Death of a "Well-Known Dog
One of the most famous black-and-tan
terriers in this country, Dolly, a
pet of the late John A. Small and a
cherished favorite of W. P. Small, died
recently at tho residence of the latter,
aged twenty-one year.-". For the past
year Dolly has been deaf and blind, and
was tenderly carjd for by her master,
who had a largo feather pillow pre
pared, ou which she lay on tho foot of
his bed. Tho poor bruto was taken
with f pams, in which she lay the great
er part of the day, and was watched
until tho hour of her death by her kin.d
hearted master. She was buried ou tho
premises of Mr. Smull's residence with
her pillow, her wraps, her china dish
Twenty years ago D0II3 took her
seat on the desk of the late Resident
Clerk of tho House, John A. Small,
where she sat every day tho legislature
was in session uutil the death of Mr.
Smull. She was a general favorite with
members of tho House, officers and
pages. When the speaker's gavel fell
at adjournment. Dolly always respond
ed with a gentle bark, and she watched
the proceedings at times as if sho real
ly comprehended their import. No
dog that ever lived in Ponnsj-lvania re
ceived as man3' caresses from states
men, 1 olitieian-s, journalists, legisla
tors, warriors and ladies fair. Sho sat
on the kiu-e of every governor from
1S61. Supreme judges did not hesitato
to lay th ir hands gently on her beau
tiful head. Mr. Lincoln took her in his
arms, chanm-d with her beauty, and
Gen. Grant had her paw in his hand
frequently. All the great political
leaders of Pennsylvania knew Dolby.
She vva3 a general favorite, but flattery
never spoiled her, booause she had been
raised to good manners. Dolly's deatii
touched a tender place iu t ie Iteart of
her master. IIirris!nrg Telegraph.
Preparing for the End
An eccentric old gentleman in Lin
colnshire, England, ago 83, is, it is
stated, so firmly convinced of the ap
proaching end of the world that he has
ordered an immense balloon to bo
made for his own convenience, by
means of which he hopes to witness
the destruction of the planet without
sharing the fato of its inhabitants. H i
will tako with him iu h's ascent tinned
provisions, brandy, soda-water, cl iret
and other creature comforts in sufficient
quantities to meet his requirements for
three years, by which time he calcu
lates his life will have come to a natur
al close. JIj ja of opinion that among
tho debris of the world will be several
large fragments, on one of which ho
will bo able to effect a descent at an
opportune moment and find a refuge
for his few remaining 3-ears. He pro
poses to tako with him no companion
but a gam -keeper, who has been long
in his service, and for whom he has a
great regard. Ho hza, however,
warned his faithful retainer, who is 0117
1- 52 3-ears old, that when the provis
ions in tho balloon are exhaute I ho
will have to shift for himstdf, and may
therefore in three 3-ears' time b with
out means or subsistence. Having
made these arrangements, tho old gen
tleman is perfectly calm, &uil indeed
cheerful. He expects, ho declares, to
get on better without the world than
Hew the Mining Stock Trick i3 Played.
JJayor Richmond, of Pueblo, in tho
raining region of CqtoradOj tells the
Philadelphia Times that maii3' tti th$
stock companies are operated without
honor or decency, being merely
schemes to beguile unsuspecting peoplo
in the East. He gives the following
account of how the trick is played: "A
company will be formed representing
a cash capital of perhaps $100,000, for
the purpose of opening ne.v mines and
of carrying on tho business of mining
generally. A claim is bought and
opened. Suppose the mine shows up
or "sights" for $100,000, the capital
stock. The company then proceeds to
p'lt the miue on the Eastern market at
a capital of $1,000,000, or, possibly, if
the company is unusually sharp, at 3,
000,000. This is done by going to a
few prominent capitalists and sa3'ing:
Here, we will let 3-ou in on tho ground
floor of this compam-, if you will take
some stock and help us along with 3-0111'
influence. The capitalists buy the
Stock and lend their names, and in a
short time the entire stock is taken by
Eastern investors, who are deceived by
seeing the prominent capitalist as
heavy stockholders. When tho stock
hns all been taken tho money i divided
between thoso on the 'ground-floor,'
and operations go on as in all well reg
ulated companies. The concern novel
pays a dividend in the world, and tho
second clas of stockholders never see
a cent of their money,''
How Sword Fish are Caught.
The tr phies of Captain Henry Chap
el's cruise in the smack Chapel Broth
ers, this week. lay in the market iu the
shape of five wicked-looking sword
fish, all in lighting trim, Tne largest
lish weighed, when trimmed and readv
for sale, nearly 300 pounds. SworJ-fi-.li,
Lesides being esteemed a delicacy,
are all meat and no bone, but the back
bone, and are sold both fresh and salt
ed. The method of catching them is
somethin r like whaling, minus the
danger, Thp smacks are provided with
the rest 0:1 tha bowsprit, from where
the fisherman darts a barbed lance into
the fish, detaching tho pole from tho
boat after it is securely lodged in the
flesh, a rope attached to the barb and
made fast on board securing him until
he. after sinking and struggling for a
greater or less time, is killed. Sword
lish arc generally found on the ground
around Block Island early in June, and
are subsequently followed down along
the coast as far as Maine, where they
are found until along in September,
2iew London Con.) Duy.
Warm Milk as a Beverage.
Milk heated to much above 100 de
grees Fahrenheit loses for the time a
degree of its sweetness and its deusity.
No one who, fatigued by over-exertion
of body or mind, has ever exjwrienco 1
the reviving influence of a tumbler of
this beverage, heated as hot as it can
be sipped, will willingly foregu a re
sort to it because of its having been
rendered somewhat less acceptable to
the palate.. The promptness with which
its cordial influence is felt is indeed
surprising. Somo portion of it seems
to be digested and appropriated almost
Immediately; aud many who fane
f.hat they "need alcoho is stimulants
when exhausted by fatigue, will find in
this simple draught an equivalent that
shall be abundantly satisfying and
more enduring in its effecs.
When a man was profanely exiles -ing
his opinion to one who had sold
him somo kind, of a quadruped, and
by wa3 of compliment called it a horso,
the jockey replied: "You are com
manded not to swear at all." The vic
tim instantly re died, and with a wit
Which ho did not exhibit when examin
ing the quadruped aforo-montioned:
Sir, I obey tho command. I 6wear
not at all, but only at 6uuh fellows as
The Boston ponun'mwealtfy aa.ya that
for the first time in (twelve years, ,he ve?
coipts from taxes levied in that city in
lSiiO were in excess of the requirements
for tho financial year, and that this was
duo to an unusually hoavy rate of tax
ation and to a very prompt payment of
taxes. This year (1881) there is an in
creased valuation, and there will be an
increase of appropriations, with a small
reduction iu the rate of taxation.
TRADB lK l
THE GREAT tl
Neuralgia, Scatca, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of the Chest,
Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swell
ings and Sprains, Burns and
Scalds, General Bodily
Tooth, Car end Headccho, Frosted
Feet and Ears, and all other
Pains end Aches.
Sn Fnp8r;iti!?i on earth equals St. Jati;s Oil
a SfTfr, stirf. mid rhra-p Kxtornul
l; im J.v A trial rntaiis l i:t the cjn:pMrmv!T
triilii.g outlay of ."0 Vn1fj, anil mwv one Mini-rint;
ith pain can li.v cl:ra; nml -outlive i.roi f i ! its
liirt-i tinns in kioveii Language.
SOLD EY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS
TOGEIiEB. z CO.,
Ittiltimnrr, I-Itt., X'. S. .1.
PHYSICIANS, CLERGYMEN, AND
THE AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
SYMPTOMS OF A
Loss of appetitc.tJauHea,bowela costive,
Pain in theBeadTwith a duiTiensation in
the back part,JPainu"nderjthe shoulder
Tblae. fjninesajtereBtinf?, with a disin
clination to exertion of body or mindj
Irritability of temper. Low spirits. Lobs
of memory, with h feeling oT haVinKjice
Iected some dutyweariness. iJizziueMsJ
Muttering of the Heart, Ootsbeforejthe
eyea. Yellow Skinl Headache, Beatleaa
ness at night, highly colored Urine.
IF TttESE-WARNINGS ARE UNHEEDED,
SERIOUS DISEASES Will SOON BE DEVELOPED.
TU'lT'S PILLS are especially adapted to
audi casett,une loe effect sizclit&cliaiigo
tt lectins fi to astonish trie sufferer.
Tuey Inri'PHK tli A prHCe, ami cause ttl3
txxiy to Take on t"leit. thus th syltpm ia
nourlhcl.anl by tnoir'Voiite Actlonon the
IttKHlltr Ortrttn. RrenlnrKtoola are pro-
tiuoed. 1'rioe cents. S-5 Winniy tit., fr.V.
TUTT'S HAIR DYE.
Gray Hair or Whiskers changed to n Glossy
11U k uf a tingle iippl!c?.:o?i of this Pye. It
imparts a natural color, ar.in Jnstaiaaivuusly.
fold t'j' l)rusj:sU r stiit t.y exyrn, ter ol Jl-
Offlce, 35 Murray St., New York.
I)r. TITTS Jt tSril. of V.ln.litr liif.irTuallon end
irtVt llrrrliito "ill mnilwl tUES on arpifouioa.,
tfe-A..igk.rSr. jC Via. A 3tt!z. , ackjj
rv& Lr" BIT" M fi'i
CUKKS THOUSANDS YKAKLY.
Jb FOSITIYE CURE
la tha Ep&t of Tnriiesr
"Am Cures Dyspepsia:
rsjjKr-iirtiicBj the bystem;
r Restores the weak
A trial cf it will prove all
Wf clnim.Ask vouriMiccisl
for lr.( rKik' Ulne!
r Titr; take no other.
For sale bv all Druggist.
Swfwon to Oliver Crook J
ok c. C
BY YEARS ClS hAlt0 0 F USE I
A vnltmbls Disno'flry nrvi IT.t Dcpnrturo in Jls.ii
leal Science. A posltl'-i'Iy rtoctive lioiuody fur tiifl
peedy and permnnoat 'u;- i s oruiinic vnnkawM tbs
deplorable diaetbe resulting l.mu indiscreet practices
or exceftnee in youth or afr tiny timo of life by the oaly
true way, viz : Direct .Application actlotf by A!
sorption, ana xertln'r its jcilio influence on the
Vesicles, Ducts, and uiancl, that are unshie to per
form their natural fur.riioas wUilo tbls disease per
vades the hnmaa organism. The rise of the Pastille
Is attended with no pain or inconvenience, ind does
not interfere with theorJiuary pursuits of life; it is
quickly dissolved and soon absorbed, producing an
immediate soothing and restorative effect noon the
nervous organizations wrecked from vicious habits or
excesses, stopping the drain from the system, restor
inf the mind to health and sound memory, remov
ing tijs- IMmness cf Sight. Confusion of Ideas,
Aversion to Scci'ti', ate. etc.. and thp appears nc
of prematura old are u&ualiy nccornpaijiiio itii
trouble, and restoring the vital forces, where thi-y
have been dormant for years. This mode of treat
ment has stood the test ia very severe cases, and la
now a pronounced success. DruffB are too much prv
scribed in this trniihlo, snd, as many can bear wit
ness to, with but lilt le if an v permanent cood. 1 here
Is no nonsense shout thin i ro;ratiou. Practical ob
servation enables us to i osltivoly (ruarantee I hut it
will Kivs satisfaction. It iuis been in k-eneral nse
for soveral years aad v.e hiivo thousand of testi
monial from patients, ns to its value, and it is now
conceded to be the mo-t rational means yet dis
covered for reaching and curing this very prevalent
trouble, that is well known to be tho cause of untold
n);:?ry to so nanv.and upon whom Quacks prey wit h
their useless ousfruui od W? fees. "J-? J'ersoflr
Is put upin neat boxes, of f hrte sizes, rio. l.'friousa
to last a month, I S3; No. S, (snfficiont to edect a per
manent cure, unless in Bovere caHes,l $5; No. 3,
llastina over three months, will restore those in the
worst condit lon.i $7. rient by rcall, in plain wrappers.
Full DIRKCXIOKS for vising will accompany
r ttenti for scainz Mt9ertpttee -nrnvri-
tela alrlna Anatomical Illustration
mid Testimony, rrliiclt icill convince
I the ntoxt sfrcjitictil that they ran be re-
Htorvii io perfect I'en'th. ttntt tne. vttai
forces t hot oil re-tatuitHnnet wwe
ka if never tiffectea. o. i. i oy
HARRIS REMEDY CO. MFC CHEMISTS.
Market and 8th Sts. St. LOU13, MO.
Unsolicited testimony to the Efficacy of
Prof. Harris' Pastilles, taken from Let
ters recelve.i from Patrons;
Indiana, April 11. 'VJ. The Keraedy isrrorklnit yar
t ectly. ilad cd!rrfrrn weafcnp fr s years paist,
lows. Oct. liith, 'i'J. I am cimost Ejrprisod at your
Pastilles. They have worked hkj) acbarru on me. Ism
just twice as much of a man ns I was before tukiniz. I
was on the verge of the crave, 1 thounht, and there was
co cure for me, but now 1 am in good hopes for a cure.
West Virginia, An. 2.4, liTrf. I rec&ived your medi
cine and I believe it has cured me, for which I urn very
thankful. Inclosed Had S. Pl-ase send me anot her
lxx INu. 2) for a Icm nd. You have ,1in a treat thtntf
Tor me. will seed yon cil the orders 1 cu3-
From a Physician and Surgeon.
Missouri, June 2. Please forward nse nnolher bes
of the Pastilles. The patient on whom I have used
most of one box. In addition to s sample box, is fast
racQjreriaa, end I think nnotber will set faim all right.
From a Drugfcist.-
Maryland, Kept. 2. "79 Last January we not a bos of
your Kemedy for one ofnur customers, and it has made
a perfect cure of him. We have another customer now
sun'sring in the same way, and wish one No, 9 box-
that the cufapest asid Best Pi.ack to buy
Stasis aifl Fane? Groceries
First-Class Dry Goods,
is aT ft!'
OLD RELIABLE STOllE
Cor. M iiu iiiiti Thin! StV. riattsmouth.
l'&.t !!" iilujs fn n!i :ml new. and prices
aiays ar ll;e bo'.luia. fail and coiiviucK vour-8elve-.
S i2 BE
J WW BEV
BLACK MIT I!
Wagon, liuggy. Machine and Plow re
pairing, and general jobbing
I am now prepared to do all kinds of repairing
of farm and other utacliinery, ;is there
is a (iOod lathe in my shop.
The old Reliable Wagon Maker
has taken charge of the w:i2.ri shop.
He is well known as a
NO. 1 WOK KM AN.
Sifw Wagons ami Ittis-jfit'o made f
shop on Sixth street ntinoiiite S'reiulit's Stahle
JNO. BOSS & SON, Pras'rs.
X. W.COUXER MAIN AND SECOND STK'S.
Near B. & M. rasenger Depot.
PLiTTSK O L'TSI, XEB It USK .1.
Newly retitted and furnished thionhnat. Af
fording an exeel-tuit yew oft!n K. H I1 Uliip,
U Is eonveiileutly l.ieated. espee!al!y for the
The tallies alwi'.y-suj'plie'i. with the best of
n conneeiii.n v ill! the house Lunch baskets
filled at ail hour. Terms reasonable. Htf
Retail Liquor Dealer,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
KiillMd H:i!i an; Saltxiu on M;;in Siiet, four
iioi! from Sixth :il N-'i!le's
HEST HE A X AS OF CiJA US, I. ES,
Wis .:s, d-r.
iit Merji'i-r iiii- rm- im.t I'lsre.
f r e
3 H tsrU iita ii & a U Ssk s
MAj-li Ai Ti'HKH Cl-
Elm Street, near Eighth.
Piaitsmouth, - Neb.
Msde to order
Palace Barber Shop.
J. C. BOONE,
Under Krauk Carruth's new Jewelry Store.
CLEAN NEW PLACE,
and now. Is the time to set
SHAVED SHAMPOOED IIAIK-CUT.
or anything tine iu the tonsorial way, at
slolsn Boone's New nliop,
Corner Maiu :iud Fifth Streett-,
turnout h. - - Seitrank.
Good liriek, for sale :;s soon as hnrsied. At
riii((sitiouh, v2i. 9tf
JONES & EIKLNB'VRY I
SueeeKhorF to .loner : Ai.t w. j
Again htkt.s charge nf the Oi l
Brick Livery Stable.
plattsmoi:tii, - - neijkaska.
The . .'it i.o-iuer Ss.'.li!,-. :n I:.-tt --iiiftti ii. me
low :r;e.e i .Ioi.es Eil.ei.liai v hih! they
livc on Hand New and handsome aceoimiiod
tii.ns, ii. t -e s!ii ;- of
HOICKS, CAliliJAdES. EUUiJIES,
W e are now prepared to keep HOUSES
FOR SALE TRADE!
Aii J will
Train and Break Colts
in Reasonable Terms.
That witli plenty if room (that every fine
knew we itave; ii. our stable, we can uet Fann
eis' stork :ui.l wagons, loac t of hav, &c., under
cover. vM : . :l;ey will keep dry.
Thai. ixi in i.M the old patrons lor their liberali
! v. v.e sii.i. .1 tueir trade f.ir the future, catistied
ill .1 we can aeenmiiiodate them better ami do
beltei oj tliem than evei betore.
JQXES & EIK-VBARV
FLATTS MOUTH MILLS.
f. j.i:isl:3.. riop.ieior.
Flour, Corn ileal & Feed
Alwas 01, liand and for sale at lowest cash
("ices. The highest prices paid for '.VPer-t a;.d
Corn. I'ui i:t'timi' HiK-eiioii vikei'. eiistom work.
Every wound or lniurv. even bv sireident or
any tiisease. entitles a soldier of the late war to ;
a pensiou. All pensions tiy ths law of January. !
l-'Tii. begin hack at ilate of diseliarire or death J
i! 1 ne s.ilier. All entltleii should apply at
once Tiious imls who are now drawing pen
sion iire en: 11 led to an iuwue. oidi'.i.j .tui
nldnws ;f tli- war of :ni Mexican' Wiir'np!
entitled io peiisioiiH. Thousands are yet enti
tleil to uminiy. but do i.ot know it Fees in all
easer .-. 10. Pay f:r every deseription of war
claims collected. Employ an Attorney rend
ing in Wahinj;to;i, who ran give personal at-t-ntion
to yoiir business. American and K01
eij;n patents ohlaineil on sliort notice. .Send
two stamps for pension and bouniv law. Ad
dress . T. Fi i.;kiai.i. C, S llai::: Agi-ot,
hwk P.ox Asz. Witti!Li)fioii. I) sny
z-x-.-iiiiai :si? 1: iz s. sin ctct, sr. tcm xs.
' i " :; I". rhT.,icians 111 o,!i.i 2 of thi old aud well knon
i .i.;tiiii"i .- r-r-- r crmiuatoa id mdieine an-:'-
T,.a:i -i i-.'.'cr.noe in tb treatment ot
u:-oi:ic DiiBauen i:.i i.i-uif their aaill axid ability
.-:'i"ii rtunri?.r to ;f th ordinary practitioner.
. t r.-r tuui(. : - naiiooal reputation lliruun
.;'- r r ."..ni.'PT or c-'n-s '. .-f"'i ntnea.
:DiSCftFTiD?J 23 EXPOSURE rdr.,
-.1 tL lieifi, kktu or Lmucw IrewUi with ueit.
in fne.iiirv' pnuc'j'ie, without tuing Mrcury or tHtkcr
i r'-i:iou Me i''irii iui'J at moderM expense.
YC'JNC MEN hoe of middle oji wbo aro
-i i im i fiiafw i hiTi turintf from organic wfak
oosfi that an tits iu victims for bnalaaw or msurriuo.
Irrai 'ity rnrd, mrdriTe expeonA.
EATif NT3 TREATFD fr."'
prrtot.i'f t;u " j"."r. -I if-rr tefrrU, wi.iii FREE DJ iflTltei.
i,tt of qvii iwi in uweri l pftfienta U4truif treauut
mailed tif ia inj jiMrj oa a;.pheation.
iZ Prn bs ArtDr fmm Rupture hattl mm4 thtr a4f rvcav,
a4 lr MBkUiUc to tkr Mttvaatay. ItW aott U . 0
Cotrmu M-i tf KTly rocfi WatiaVl, aa4 hui4 be dreea
I1L HtTf!, IS .North tUk ?t,;f flf
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
A Tiotim of youthful imprudenca carjing Prema
tcre liecay, Servons Debility, Lost lianhoed, etc..
baTictt tried In vain every known remedy, cat am
CAvnvd a airnple a-!fsnre. which be vill nnd FR2
ewrrfdaairnpleaeirsnre. whichbe vrill kw) FBEK
to hu feiiow!;.,. addres. j. ... pKpvt
fill ff I III llflrll Illrll "
Viv vm-e . m .- svs1- : ' vd
'" ' ' 1 '"""-jjjJi." 'i ir i Hiuiijuir
NO CHANGING CARS
It KT WEEN
O.T3.4E3A Oil lLAT"BIOi;TII
Where dbeet coiiiiet tions are muile with
Through Sleeping Car Lines
NEW "KIKK. HOSTo.V, I'HillLDELPHM,
a:.-d all eastern cities.
77r art Line
V a FEOfil fjr
1XD1A XA I ii!.:s. Ltjl IS I'l U.K. CIXCIX
XA 77. 'fn' nil the
TfJK Itl.CT MXr. K
V hep. Piivei eiiiieetloiis are made in the
I MUX liEI'OT with Tliiniiyli Me iiiiiK Car
Lines fur uii poiits.sl.'TII.
THE XKW LINE FOIl
TDiL MI OIJSTEg,
HIE l--.yS!lTE HOl'IE FOK
The iiiieipmled ind tieemeiitsi offered by this
line to l i-ive'ei s and Tourists are as foi'o'ws :
lhe o-lebrated i'lilliiian 16- Wheel Palace
-S'leepiiiK Cats, run onlv on this line.
C, 15. & t. Palaoi; Draw iujr-h'oom Cura
With Jloi ton's rreciiiiimj Cha'.ju. iv.i lixtra
C!iai--e 1 urS.-y-j ;.i L.Ti'i-iaj; Clrtilav
l lif- ta'aioiiM i'., 15. t i). Pnhiee Dininf'Cars.
tieiree'.;s Smo.Ii!'4 Cars, fitted with elegant
hlch-baeked Kattan l.'eve! vinji Chairs, for
the exclusive use of lirst-class passengers.
l ast Time. Steel Kail Track and Superior
E'liiipmeiii coailiitie 1 with t'.wiy (ircut. ' lin,tth
( or Ar.-tii.ifi -meat, makes Uii-, ;,boe ail others,
the favorite Koute to the '
s-AWV, fOi'Til ttlt WirTJ-r!A!sT,
TI:V IT. an.l ou will find Til WEMNG i Lux
urj iiislead f i; DNeomfort.
Throii-'h Tickets via this celebrated line fir
sa'e at ail offices in the l uited States and
-Ill information about V, ul:.,ni e-am, !eep
iiej; Car Aec!'ifiie'.,iiat.oiis, nml Time Tables,
will be Oiet-1 'fully given by applying to
S?iciVitI Co well,
General Passeajrer Ag't, Chicago.
T. J. I'OTTKR,
(ientral Manager. Chieauo.
GET THE BEST!
LEAD ALL OTHERS !
Every Styled Price,
POPULAR RVEK VVKEvtiiS..
Far 51o in Every City and Tcwn
in the United States,
and by J. R. COX,
Is made ll-nlll -tnm,. I ri.i.ii- il r n-.t m,
abie. anil is ;i foxitivr Kemetly for all the '
lii-eai-e-' 1 hi'.t cans pains ia the lower part of I
tiie liotly for 'loiiiiil Uvfr Headache- Jaiin
di;e liizii,.s. ;.-avel. Malaria, ami all diiri- I
eilltie Of tMc Iviiii 'CVS. ;.ivcv Mini l'rii.urv
! jian. Kor F'iHl- Ii'aeM. A'' nih',"i-i;-
! Rtr"att.n. ami d' -iv;; i:..iill...i,"i' it ii;l'iid ;
i r.ria:.,. H iv.iti-i-.- 11, .:-tra that tint he the !
j b.i...d. r.nu .ic.-.- U ih,- 1., ,-t I51hk liiiit-r. :
1 It is itie oi'ly i i.i.i'!! r mcdv t':at cipvs that
; e;ur'e, iriaiif. 51 ".. -. I". r i-i:,!,ctf ;
. ic-e HHriii-r'K lwinii -t.-M 4 ,.,. ' 1
F.r Sale .y 'mttrsi-tH iiM,J I ;.; . 5,.-, I
Itiir ln.fl 1 .. . . 1 .... .'....
i-n Vi- JET- ' I CV . ' ,
,r..b,3CT ll dos ot gum.'lint forms a
ri PP'"2,S surface ever 'the aie,ie
than Inferior brands, and one box w..il tin
ry3t.e. Ito'w..-w ...i, ,y a,- jir Huru-Z
-Jlil twar.CT. Thrliil.' MaMnra -V,T. !.?.. v.
t'amjures -'tnn, eto.a.s for Tt i
CUAflANTEEO to contain rtPttroleum.
lor aii i I,y u.l fusi:.-v.- dca,!,TH. tif Our I ackM
CycUypfix-i of Thiuy ori7, a'noirtu) naild f;' -o.
MICA MANUFACTUKlKHS CO.
ui nicniari Airfi3. ert'espo, Illinois.
L , A certain enre for Vorvcuc
rrtrrLr DebiSity, Seminal Weak-
ness, impotence, ptw. ' t
Tne EeClpes used in rr.v ','ii.nu far r A :
sa anillnt!'eeu(rfifettdpuefs gtvltg fu:i ct ,
Vm pssa J !
I - if !
v., t-iJ F:
BENNETT & LEWIS,
tuple zumI JSPztiwy CKaeerkeSj
Cigars & obssceo.
AGENTS I'OU THE CELEHKATKD LEAVEN WORTH
Tlse eB&oScet 8els of grocer
Cash Paid for Butter and Eggs.
r.-;-vv -vv-V tM
1 """ 1 11 r i 1 11 1 iniaiiV
Contain Pepsin, Rhubarb, Mandrake Gentian
Auil cure JVyspeiihia, Iss of Appetite, Billionsnesn ami all ler:ingenunt.
of the Stomach arising from ovcr-cating nml ilrirkin. Prepared onlv by
m:o. uj;i)icii: am ii a xi .cTtTi.ix con
LIAVhWORTH, KANSAS. for s.!e by all I.iu.Ms.
Altliotigli Lft-tioii is over we arc not done selling foods, bv :i oug sliot.
OU WILL FIKDATF.8. WHITE'S OXE OF THE LA RU EST JXl
REST STOCKS OF GOODS, OF ALL KINDS IN THE TOWX.
The nliest flreen Winter Apples for sale. Ovn JOO runrds down OHir
Potatoes by the Car-load, PEACH BLOW
CASH PAID FOlUfM FURS, TALLOW, &C, at
j?. s. whites,
TO GIVE THISnVC: .A. O-ILH..
Exceedir.Jy Cs!icaie !.astin.
Prise, 5 eta.: L&rz-i I i, 7V cC-
cox A Co., N. ca vry boltie.
PARKER'S mmn m q
Tho Medicine for Every Far.iily. :
NEVER TOXICATCS. i
I Made from Ciin?cr, la:cli:i J !a:n'rr ' . 5 ':;"ii;r! ., '
k and ther oftlte bvl vrtiniiio rc:n ;!lrs kit .-.?,
r Parkf.k's GiNcns Tomc hns rrn:.l :':!', -: : $
L enntive powers, & jstV:( grA!e: tn:a:ii C.i:c. :
r or, UIoqcJ I'yiiiici andi-ivcrRttuluiorcverri.i '
E Tha Best Mediciao You cz- ' ..
for Eestoring Health & Stro- r: '.' j
It commences to ict fmm the firt ri', .-rr!,.
out the weak org.-irs. and is mmnul in - tr .
t help all diseases of the l'.owcls, tr.Tii.-i h I; it
C Kidneys, Liver. Urir-nry Organs, a'l '.'1,1. u ;s. . lj
V Women. Nervousness. SIceoIcsstKs. Lhvuui.-.- :
L tism and DroukenaeKS.
f Try a bottle to-day ; it may save yo'-rl". . ;-c.
r and $1 s-zesatclldnisciv. .-.iyiCu.:..::l-j.. -
hasoursitjnatur". v. n::s:i!c wbiir, iiuocS i :
-1 i- s- fc , - - J
Just What is Waiiltu. i
KvenJily hoe h.-ir i-; fray ' r t.clrd h.-s fe't f
the ik-c 1 f a liair Restorer and c'roriii' (.!: " i
l-"'z !'-r :'.-a-!i ..." '
. .'uii s Siici f, St. Lonis, Mo.
.' !. -.!: i' k i.ciil (Villew, him bcn
, : - t . ii..- ;icrl'?j-KiaiAri La fcl . Lorn..
. ,, . t.l ,.u t r-iidnt kno. Byr-hllia.
. i cr 7-'iercuriBj AfTect:ons of
V i :y. f form- I H. -If.iT, Privatelx.
. -- il !!:,: lit y and Impotencr
v r r.f-A !; f : -.;-:.l tmmi In miitarar
.i tl:. ; .'i". -ci';?vntrvrmotjs,aemiu-:
. . .) . oi.r.r- orr,:'.-.t,d.fioti ma-&ve,L-j
it s.-'.(,;y eonfoaioQ of
j 'i rww--r. r r : 1 ..rn,iorlzj rnnr
'. , - r..-- :"r'!;r .b-I. (VinuItAtloa
. - r,- . , j i-',!,-1. P.-.niphJat on
-'-t I dihII or .Tjrea. (Vit1
.'-.;? xi It is tunl-i" jliUvd.
. 'aiL 1 PACES
i -j- t r.t.v-t: - . i in.irrv, vtio nft. whi
v ! ":.ty. V m htul4
:..;.- mrryt, :tn ,e?-tl
- i J :: v (flire. fJ rnArried
i ;..- i i "-v ft tha kpua
i. i:i r-.r Jo. I fiuilln irto.-iny or poa
1 " 'f - d -'". ' T " : r. BokflL
s n A vraim to Kocifrtj
. .? tj i L. i. u.-r hriir.tr'jt on Slf-
...v ' ':. -1. 'l.ar.' ' i . I-o-i',s. !iio
i-rtrr r, r t-"0'ii,5 Ho. oid offlea,
i. ;,.... . sr. ? a r.irTi.iU VewJt-
-.a.;v;r,i i' M u piiil. r Lonorroata.
o ..i v f iilr--.;r a h r. Ksnt oo
c.i'w! i i -i f . -h. AilfM li-4-"H m.iltiue from
fl?!v''-it ' - jort'Xi- urn enrwd fo li e with wife
aoedi a tioe lf-. ''n.arRt low. Cull or writ9
-5r-V ARE PAID tTv! jter Ui.uiiri in
-T-v l r,r f jprv ...Lt r I th-1 .re. A
V -sjp-'l ll('.1ii ( t V:M, lf. .l Eturt-r.trr
l VVf J"r iCt 1111(1-, if but ll ., l.t.u
SJ-TX yj true! i-u'-.c. r urlcMM; elrm irivc a
. i: iUd to an ii:rre:.se t t ..ui'....
itluwit.nrphmia r.iifi drrnu,rl l.iti.Ti
,-r riothcra rf (ili?r l" H-v.i in t
i.!m f.'t a n B. IMHTI V-I'i -
lip;-. forwi-nnii. in..nt- cr .r-.T'lnr'..
r vi-s fa!! ho.nty. Per..! S uui." f rr j
J'rniiion B't H' .'mirv .rZ. ilj-., ','
V. fl. Fitlgernild A, Co., V ai-i
ArtM t".' -i x r' '
K A V l'-i'J. V' lil'jIK T
r.'',J il. F." K'.nrrtr. I'.'.-'tl :
i tut 4 H loilUt"ili. .Vlt.i
A A ""TT r ??:',"" nj'"J n"ne
Grocery & Drv
The mnjurity a f the ill of the mmmi
l.o h a, it.- frnt.-i u tlrrauffr-turni fn
Liter, ajjrrlii4! loth Uf attmeh mat
t ii:- -l. In ... . in lcct n cure, it i
nrressnrj tn miuii.' the cause. Irregu
lar oml S,tfji' ttrtluit of the Jloteelt,
ml if hr,SirUu' at the Stomach, l'aln
ii Hit, llnrh nml I.lns,etr., indicate that
f 1.1 re e is ut fun 1 1, a nil that nature re
Mi'l'( ix'J.i .( to rtioKle this o Iff at to.
t"ri, ir off I iti put it jV.. ,
IrlvUly As5 KUU rHareenftceially
com pnu mli d for tit im jm , pae. They are
milii in their action mutt effrrtire. a n.
cure ; are plftmant to the tamte and taken,
ettnifti l.f b'tth i hildiri, a nd adtttl. Ta
ken rin-t-td im 'o Hrertionn, tltry art n
m-tfr i, ii,- ic,mi((. iri ;irl)j pepsla,
i-isi;rjl SX;:imy ,IIiilitul Con.
KtipKtJcn, IiKt:a-U Kldneyti,
etc.,e:c. f visiMu I'urilier they
are mojierior to tttitf .'hr medicine;
ctea ntti tig the uyxtf.it I .''rtiu rj hi l, unit
I in pit r tin j nete life und enenjy to thetn
rniid. It i ff tuelit'lll uuil not a tt
Into !,-MtitlK b rraye.
AH 1CUR DRUGGIST FOB PtICKU ASH tlTTIIS,
and take no other. PRICS. tl OO per Bottl.
IEYER BROS. i. CO., SOLE PROPRIETORS,
Bt. Louie and Kanaka City, Ho.
oi xtj Tfnm' rxpertenre ar S
XjnntenUiii fv wii.H- .Al-.:nc. ,
Vt4 j,ikl o all pr..rt H jrm,r tna!,e, 0?1, A
Ik ia , V. n , . . . .
", iHn;iiia,i--or-r.nr:i'i-a "rim"hinc ,(i,-
ainis! necifationa: Flocuiionf"
eewfi aiii r.iii,v f.atur-H and enrV.-u-t-n
kept in r-i.air fr. o Tor j v,At V-
fuirdewcnpfioi. .!,tfa..'uJ:w, ?, 'iT"";
b-t- A trial wiil r.tr.yt. - ii' ' IT M '' t.
Mtrlikv i A. .T hl.l tilt- t-
6 NTi 703 Chestnut?'!.- rhi;arit.i,.w. 1
. i. ir.n.f m vnlformtr'ththeSHr.. ar,'! r-f -.i., .-.
Tum,iTmU "'. I'uthon, H,. i
liZlZV&l-X -ur" ..-t.f y,'i:,
-i j - . ., .
- r at
w tr w vaW. i-ro i i.ruok. bt.
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