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Prowess of ths B;i!d EaTjfa.
Most of our lvcent authors Iiavo
treated the b.-tM oa'o as a shiqrpjUli,
lish-e.atinr birl. whos.i entire stock of
surplus etier-ry is devoted to robbinir a
more industrious and loss powerful
neighbor. That it has not entirely lost
its old-time daring, so ir:.pliical!y des
cribed by Audubon, the following ac
count will show. I am indebted for my
facts to Nathan C bb, ono of the old
est and most reliable of the profo-sion-fil
duck-shooters at Cobb's Island, Va.
The species is a permanent re-ident in
the neighborhood of the island, though
it is not oftin f-ee- during the summer
months. A few, however, are said to
breed upon the opposite mainland.
In the winter the eagles are much
more numerous thau at any other time
of the year; and my informant has, on
several occasions, seen as many as
eight at once. At this season, the
neighboring bays and creeks swarm
with wild fowl, and upon these the
eagle3 principally live, lie has never
known them to capture fish of any
kind, although they not unfrcquently
rob the fish-hawk. Geesj and brant
form their favor: tj food, and the ad
dress displaj-ed in their c ipturo is very
remarkable. The poor vietitn has ap
parently not the slightest chance for
escape. The eagle's flight, ordinarily
Glow and somewhat heavy, becomes, in
tlio excitement of the pursuit, exceed
ingly swift and graceful; and the fugi
tive is quickly overtaken. When closo
upon its quarry, the eagle suddenly
Bweeps beneath it, and, turning bade
downward, thrusts its powerful talons
up into its breast. A brant or duck is
carried off b dily to the nearest marsh
or sand-bar, but a Canada goose is too
heavy to be thus easily disp sed of.
The twa great birds fall together to the
water beneath, where the e.igle literally
tows his prize along the surface until
the shore is reached. In this way, ono
ha.? been known to drag a largo goosa
for nearly half a mile.
A single bird is usually so'zed at the
first attempt, but Mr. Cobb has seen
an eagle repeatedly miss his aim when
in the midst of a large llock. The
very abundance of opportunities seem
to bewilder him. and lie thrusts wildly
and harmlessly in all directions; but,
after the crowding masses have becomo
Rcaitered by his onslaught, a separate
individual is selected, and quickly over
taken and killed.
Although the larger and heavier
water-fowl are more likely to be at
tacked, the royal bird seems to find lit
tle ditliculty in overhauling the swifted;
flying du.-ks. The latter, however,
often escape by diving, although in
shallow water ttii3 resource sometimes
proves of no avail, as the eagle follows
their course, and seizes them as they
rise near tho surface. Under favorable
conditions, even grebos are sometimes
In winter shooting the sportsman
loses many a wounded goose or brant
by the eagles. The- seem full' aware
of the advantages to be gaine I by main
taining a close espionage upon the gun
ner's movements, and a bird that falls
at any con-idcrable distance fr ;in tho
fdand is often seized arid borne away
before it can be recovered. Universal
ly hated as lie is by all the gunners of
this island, tin? eagle is not uufrf quent
ly killed by them in tho following cu
rious manner. The "stools," or decoys,
which are relied upon to dup-j the
wary water-fowl, sometimes deceive
even the ke 'U-eye I bird of prey; and,
in his eagerness to sscure ono of the
unsuspecting (look, ho swoops upon a
wooden victim, and is riddled by a
fatal discharge from the circle of sea
weed where the sportsman lies con
cealed. On several occasions, when the
marauder's approach did not happen
to be observed, Mr. Cobb has bad a de
coy lifted from t: e water and carried
off several yards before the ;ig!e dis
covered Ids mis ake. Wi:'in.t Hrcio
slcr in linHctl,) Nidlnl Cu't.
The Unnatural Een A Carving Story.
It is not alone the fact that the ama
teur carver misses the joints and tries
to cut through tho largest bones, that
fills him with regret and his lap full of
sago and onions. It is tho horrible
thought that the entire company is
looking at him. No matter how tho
perspiration may trickle down between
ds shoulder blades, or how the hot
flashes may chase the chills up and down'
his spinal column, or how much his
eyes may be dimmed by unshed tears,
the rest of tho company never allows
its interest to flag a moment. We re
member ono time we were called to as
sume the management of a free-for-all
carving tournament at the home of a
dove-eyed dumpling, whose kiud re
gard we desired to catch on to as far as
possible. How clearly como back to
us now the smiling faces of the guests,
tLe rippling laugh, the bald-headed
joke, the thanksgiving conundrum, and
all as merry as a marriage bell. We
call to mind the girlish laughter of that
ono whoso very existence, as she sat
on our left that day, seemed cemented
and glued to our own. As we sharp
ened the glittering blade on the ringing
steel, we felt buoyant and proud proud
to think how we would slice tho white,
calm bosom of that deceased hen;
proud to think how, in our mind, we
had laid out the different pregnable
points about that old cackler, and in
the anticipation of applause glad and
free, when we had accomplished the
warfare and victory and stuffing had
perched upon our banner. We soMy
jabbed the shimmering fork a-slraddle
of the breastbone, toro off a few goose
fiimples from under tho wings of the
ate lamented, gouged out a few shat
tered fragments from the neck, and
tried to cut a sirloin steak off the back.
An oppressive gloom seemed to per
vade the air. The old hen didn't have
her joints where we had them laid out
in our mind. She was deformed. She
seemed to be a freak of nature. It
rattled us and unnerved us. We
gouged wildly at the remains, squirt
ing the gravy right and left, and filling
the air with fragments of bread-crumbs
and sage. By some kind of omission
or miscalculation, we made a wild stab
at the back of tho late lamented hen,
and with a frenzy born of repeated de
feats and depressing failures, tho knife
struck tho platter with a loud crash,
and ceasing not in its untamed fury,
glanced aside, and in an instaut buried
itself with a sickening thud in the cor
set of tho hired girl. With difficulty
we drew out the glittering blade, now
ensanguined with the gore of a fellow
creature, wiped it on the table-cloth,
and fled out into tho cold, unsympa
thetic world, cut iuto the crash and
confusion of struggling humanity, to
battle on through life under an as
sumed name. That is why we tremblo
and turn pale when our past life is in
quired into by biographers. That is why
a baked fowl -makes us quaiL Bill
"What a Cue protuberant forehead
, your baby has, Mrs. Jones. Did he get
it from his father?" "No," replied
Mrs. Jones, "he got it from a fall down
An out gentleman, uniting a coupio
of his nieces fencing with broomsticks,
sn5d: "Come, come, mv dears, that
kind of accomplishment will not aid
ron in cttinrr husbands." "I kuow it,
Tiib resDonded one of the girls,
as she eave a lunge, but it will help
to keep our husbiuds ia order when we
In the ui p. r part of S n.n couutyt
California, ne r tho coast, ...ay Le seen
an actual road-bed in 'he tree top.
Between the Clipper M1II3 and Stuart's
Foint, where iho road crosses a dee,
ravine, tho trees arc pawed off on a
level nnd the timber find ties laid on
tho stumps. In tho center of the ra
vine mentioned, two huge redwood
trees, standing side by side, form a
substantial support, and they are cut
off seventy-five fet above the ground.
One more story about Dean Stanley.
"No one feels up to his work," he said
ono day. "I have always thought thai
a Dean should have three qualifications
none of which I possess. First, I think
a Dean should know something about
music; I am absolutely ignorant of the
subject- Secondly, I think a Du .n
should know something about architec
ture; I know nothiDg a!o;it it. Tnird
ly, I think a Dean should know some
thing about the management of busi
ness; I am always thankful when our
audit is over and we have not come to
some grievous mishap." ,
Ben Wood some years ago won, it is
said, $125,000 at a single sitting atf.iro.
He borrowed $2,500 from Judge Mj
Cann to begin on, and lie went away
with every pocket stuffed with chocks
and bills. Tho cigar seller in the
gambling rooms says that Wood that
night smoked 70 worth of c'gars. II
took cigars costing SI eacli, and light
ing one end, began, in his nervous way,
to eat tho other, and in about two min
utes ho would take a fresh one.
Colonel Dan Murphy, of Hall-ck
station, E'ko county, came to Califor
nia in 1811, and may be said to have
made the country pay him well for his
time. He is now probably the largest
private land owner on this contineu'.
He has 4,000,000 acres of land in one
body in Mexico, 60,000 in Nevada, and
28,000 in California, His Mexican
grant he bought four year3 ago for
$200,000, or 5 cent3 an acre. It is six
tv miles lg and covers a beautiful
country of hill and valley, pine timber,
and meadow land. It comes within
twelve miles of tho city of Durango,
which is to be a station on tho Mexican
Central. Mr. Murphy raises wheat on
his California land, and cattle on that
in Nevada. Ho got 55.000 sacks hist
year, and ships 6,000 head of cattle a
year right along.
Instruction in eating watermelon is
given by tho Baltimore American,
which should bo good authority, as it
is published in the melon region. The
hotel plan of cutting a watermelon like
a tulip, and putting a lump of ice in it,
is condemned, because ice should never
touch the pulp; but a burial of the un
cut melon in ice for two days is wise.
Then cut lengthwise, andeat between
meals. "People deal unjustly with this
fruit sometimes, by eating a hearty
dinner first, and then topping off with
a melon; and then if a moral earth
quake sets up in tho interior, they
charge it to tho melon. 'The water
melon was intended as an episode an
interlude a romance without words
a nocturno in green and red not to bo
mingled with bacon and greens. Its
indulgence leaves a certain epigastral
expansion, but thi3 is painless and
evanescent. The remedy is to loosen
tho waistband, nnd take another
Tho islands in tho group in the St.
Lawrence, known as tho "Thousand
Islands," havo increased enormously in
value. Islands which ci d't years ago
were purchased for $10 and $50 are to
day worth from $10,000 to $100,000.
Hart's Island, upon which Moore wrote
a poem, was sold for $40, and to-day its
estimated value is $25,00). Manhat
tan Island, upon which Seth Green re
sided for several years, was bou:ht for
$50. It was sold by him to Judge
Spencer and Mr. llasbrook, of New
York city, and is now valued at $10,000.
Tho four islands occupied by the sons
and relict of Asa L.. Packer wer bought
for $50, and to-day they are r -.use I
at $100,000, although it is n-t pr o ib!e
that they could be bought for any rea
sonable price. These esiimaies include,
of course, the improvements made up
on tho islands, but this manifold in
crease of valuation has been reached
by the outlay of comparatively a few
The Physio of Our 6rr.ni fathers.
W. A. Terk'ns, druggi-t of this city,
has a curious old book, published in
London in 1C57. It is entitled, "Tho
Expert Doctor's Disnen-atory; or. The
Whole Art of Pnysick Restored to
Practice," with the following sub-title:
"The Apothecaries Shop and Chyrur
gion3 Closet Opened, wherein all safe
and honest practices are maintained
and dangerous mistakes discovered;
and what out of subtilty to their own
profits they have endeavored to reserve
themselves, now at last impartially di
vulged and made, common. Together
with a strict survey of the Dispensa
tories of the most renowned Colleges
of tho World, which being corrected,
are here epitomised and drawn into an
easier and useful method for practice."
Following are some few of the more
agreeable among the many agreeable
remedies with which our forefathers
were dosed: "The fat of a cat, a plas
ter of mashed frogs, brain of a hare
roasted, fat of serpents; the fatof men,
foxes, vipers, and dogs; oil of vipers;
grease of a mummy; ashes of a man's
skull, ashes of glass, of earth-worms,
of an asses' liver, hedge-hog, scorpions,
blood, cheese mites, wood lice, beetles,
warts off a horse's hoof, pike jaws,
crawfish, the stoppings of a snail's
shell in Winter, crab's eyes, king-lih-ers,
stones from an ox gall; blood of a
goat in wine; turtle-dove roasted, with
its belly filled with cinnamon; man's
skull powdered and stewed in the milk
of a sow;" spider's web, "especially if
it be such as is full of the fine flower of
mills or bake-houses;" clots of blood
"dryed;" haire of horses and men
burnt; burnt sponge; soot scraped
from tho mouth of an oven or off a
brasse pot; oylo of frogs. The "oylo"
of frogs is recommended to those who
are troubled with sleeplessness. It is
said to operate "by sending mil I va
pors up to the head, to temper the hot,
dry and sharp fumes that are in the
brain." We all kuow (who have ever
handled frogs) that they are cool to
For taking away scars are recom
mended "fats an marrowes of men,
asses, harts and the fat of the fish Thy
mallus." For wounds "crawfish, mummy and
crabs's eyes" are recommended; also,
"earth-worms and hare's hair burned."
"Extractors" for "drawing out
splinters and other things fastened in
wounds," wo are told there is nothing
like "laud snailes beaten with their
shels, the head of a lizard powdered, or
a fox tongue prepared as its lungs are
moystencd with red wine." Loadstouo
"draws forth iron and amber draws
"For a "moderate" emetic "the
shavings of one's own nails drank in
wine" are recommcuded.
Many things heartily recommended
for various diseases are unmentionable
to ears polite. Virginia (A'ct.) En
terprise. Louisiana has a school population of
230.036. Of this number 139.657 are
Mrs. Curi, of Bourbon county. Ken
tucky, has a clothes li re that has been
iu use for over seventy odd years.
A Pottsville (Pa.) dentist in forty
minutes chloroformed three women
and pulled seventy teeth from their
The only instance of embarrassment
I could not overcome says Mr. Gough,
occurred many years ago. It was my
own fanlt, and proved a sharp lesson
to me. I was engaged to address a
largo number of children ia the after
noon, the meeting to b held iu the
lawn buck of the Baptist church in
Providence, R. I. In the forenoon a
friond met me, and said:
"I have some first-rate cigars; will
you take a few?"
"No. I thank you."
'l)o take half-a-dozen."
I have nowhere to put them."
"You can put half-a-dozen in your
I wore a cap in those days, and I put
the cigars into it, and at the appointed
time I went to the meeting. I ascend
ed the platform and faced an audience
of more than two thousand children.
As it was out of doors. I kept my cap
on. for fear of taking co!d, and I for
got all about the cigars.
Toward the close of my speech I bo
came very muck in earnest, and after
warning the boys against bad company,
bad habits, and the saloons, I said:
"Now, boys, let us give three rous
ing cheers for temperance and cold
wafc-r. Now, then, three cheers. Hur
rah!" And taking off my cap, I waved it
most igorously, when away went the
cigars right into the midst of tho ' au
dience. Tho remaining cheers were
very faint, and were nearly drowned
in the laughter of the crowd. I was
mortified and ashamed, and should
have been relieved could I have sunk
through tho pla'form out of sight. My
feelings were still more aggravated by
a boy coming up tho steps of the plat
form with one of those dreadful cigars,
"Here's ono of your cigars, Mr.
Thorgh I never afterwards put cigar3
in my hat or cap when going to a meet
ing, I am ashamed to say it was some
time after before I gave up cigars a'to-.gether.
Cheap Eailroad Eatos in Europe,
tt is a rather significant circumstance
that the influence which is being exer
cised by the American waterways upon
railway tariffs and traffic in the United
States is likely to be paralleled by tho
effects of a similar cotnoetitloa on the
European continent. Tho advance of
the charges for through t r:ftic from tho
eastern to the western parts of Europe
over the German lines whioh followed
the adoption of Prince Bismaivk's pro
tectionist policy has con-iderably stim
ulated tnillie upon the Eibe. It was
not long ago announced that a r.cw
company had been formed under Aus
trian auspices for navigating the Elbe
and the North Sa with a line of steam
ers, and this company may be expected
to commence operations at no distant
date. Meanwhile, tho traffic by this
route has already expanded considera
bly, and has been encouraged by spec
ial arrangements between the vessels
on the river and the Austro-llungarian
lines concerned. Latterly important
quantities of corn and flour for Great
Britain have been sent by way of the
Elbe, and the increasing tendency of
traffic between Austro-llungary and
Great Britain to take this route is re
viving the competition of Hamburg
and Flume. Cheap rates by tho lino
to Gustavsburg on the Rhine again are
attracting traffic also to that river.
Finally, as we have already indicated.
Flume" and Trieste are making great
competitive efforts to secure business
with the north of France and Great
Britain by the sea route from the Adri
atic. Tho effort of the German Gov
ernment to encourage the homo and
foreign trade in German productions
by removing the facilities previously
allowed to the transit trade has, there
fore, only had tho effect of calling into
existence formidable rivalry to the rail
ways, and. while damaging the German
tr ansit trade, has failed to secure any
advantages for German home produc
tions. These facts may 'be regarded as
additional symptoms that tho question
of waterways versus railways is coming
more and more to the front. Vail Mali
The Tahoe Tattler says that there
are a great many erroneous ideas ex
tant relative to this lake, and announc
es that it will make it a special part of
its business to correct them and gives
tho real facts concerning it regarding
climatology, geo'og-y, boating, etc. It
is situated 6,220 feet above the sea. is
22 miles long from north to south and
12J miles wide, the general contour be
ing a parallel" -grain. Tho greatest
measured depth that we have goo I au
thority for is 1.506 feet. The tempera
ture never goes below 39 degrees Fahr
enheit and in summer never above 60,
unless it bo near the shore in some
sheltered covo or where a stream of
sun-warmed water runs intc it. At a
depth of 500 feet the. tcmperaturo never
changes, being 3D J degrees. This fact
accounts for another that of drowned
persons never rising tho water being
so cold that no gases are generated,
hence tho body in time simply goes to
pieces from the action of the water. It
is as buoyant as any other pure water
at the same altitude, there being no
appreciable difference in tho readings
of the hydrometer, hence the statement
that wood does not float for any time,
persons can not swim and tho like are
fallacies. The air being very light at
this cdevation above the level of tho
f-ea, exercise of any kind, either on
land or water, can not be so long con
tinued as in lower and heavier atmos
pheres. A Haytien Princess.
The face of the Princess Soulouque
was a dead jet black, but tho features
were softly molded, and with a fine set
of laughing teeth, made her appear
ance prepossessing. Sho wore a jaunty
whito turban hat, with an immense
cardinal red feather Coating away be
hind like a ship's pennon. Her riding
dress was of sky blue, very long, anil
trailing in the dust. Around her waist
was a broad gold sash, and in her
bosom she wore a sapphire brooch al
most as largo as a saucer. She was
mounted on a Venezuelan horse about
sixteen hands high, which was made a
present to her father by the president
of Venezuela. The horse was as re
markable as the woman on hi3 back.
He was a clear cream color all over tho
body, with long, snosv-white mane and
tail, and niot admirable shape. Tho
lady's riding-whip had a gold handle
studded with precious stones, and tho
bridle-chain was of solid silver. She
wore yellow leather gloves, with gaunt
lets extended as far as the elbow. Her
voice had a tendency to falsetto, and
its tones were peculiarly eulertaining
to hear. The princess, but no longer a
princess bv the laws of the land, was
educated in Europe, and speaks our
language. Ronton Traveller.
Force of Imagination.
"You know," said Rice, "how the
negro likes 'possum. Two darkies
were riding from the field after a hard
day's plowing. They began to talk
about the good things to eat. Ta-k-e
a good f-a-h-t possum pahbile him
put him in ole fashion D;;tch oving
roas' him brow,' the other darkey's
eyes rolling and mouth watering as tho
description went on. 4sarve him up
wid c-o-o-n graby "Shutyo' mout, yo'
nio-o-ah! I'll fa1! right off n dis hoss.' "
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Nourafaia, Sciatica, Lumbago,
Backache, Soreness of iho Chest,
Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swell
ings end Sprains, Barns and
Scalds, General Bodily
Tooth, Ear end Headache, Frosted
Feet and Ears, end ell other
Pains end Aches.
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Vesicles, Ducts, nnd Gl-.r.rt, tbat aro ucibid to per
form their natural functions wbil i tui iib-!-a psr
Tades tho human orraoim. Tli tio of the Pastii.o
Is attended wilh no pz.ia or tmunvpnif oce, aud doea
not interfro with tho or.i-irv ptr-.i8 of li:: It 19
qnlrkly dissolrel nd fcvin aborled, producio? as
lmmealato soottdnj? and rcf rir:v9 e'fot-t uton tf:
nervoufl orcanizaflona wrrckr't from vicioos rtabiti? ut
excesses, 8topiiiar tbe drai-.i Ir m tie svt-u-iu, r-;ir
InK the mind to health nnd ECivid mrasrr, ri-.-ini-ln
the Dimness of Siijht, tcrlus.ou of IU53,
Aversion to Booietr, fcu. etc., ar.d t n-; a;n .ar8"ce
of promoture old Be ".liiy a-. cnrr.yu'-.: -it'i; t' :a
troublo, and rostorinn tho vi .d f ,r-(-. rh.-r t!-j
hare boea dormant far r.-ir. tno.i of tr. i
inpnt has stood the tet i.-j vrrv ierer casta, and w
now pronounced unccr-j. lixs tretoo Ku. h prc
acrlb"! in this troublo, and, ts many can boar wit
ness to, with bat iitr! if ary permanoat r"od. There
is no imnn nhoct th is J r"ation. I'rnotlr! ob
servation enables to vei guarr3itoe thc.t it
will cive eatipfnetion. It i-.i.s bp.n tn s:"?nrr:il use
for aeverRi yeare nn.i nit have tboothn:! uf teati
moniala from !tiiin, ns to its XAiv, i;r;.i it ir now
conceded t be t nnt mi'iiw! merms yet die
covered for reaching ao i curing tiiis very yrtvultnt
trouble, that Is well kn.-.wn to be tne cause of or.io'd
miaery to eo manv. ard npoo whom quarks prey witx
their unless ooaircms and biff feea. 'i'to I'.cmixiy
Is put apia nat ts a. fi tbre. ates. TTo. l.funoni;h
to last a month.) Si! ; No. 2. (sufficient to ettect a :er
manQt enro, unless ia ?ver.j case.i S5; I'lo. 3,
Hasting over three months, will restore t lioe ia tho
worst condition.. 57. Snt hv lii.i:!. o plain wr.ippi-.
Full DIKKCXIO-'S lur ti&icg- wiU accocitny
e if J or S?vn l .-s i l.-f&ernu i re M. ma m jh-
tetm fjivinff AuaU;iuc:t Mtlttitrtttion S
roirf 'lcstiinof, tt tilrli iriii t otieltzre $
the mont 8.Tj.jf tltnt they run fee -
utorrd fo jierfrft hettlih. intt the vital d
forrea whoro Ijf re-atnltlmneU saute j
KARRIS REM SOY CO. MF'C. CHE.V.13T3.
Market and 8'.h S':. Ct. LOUIS. Mo.
Unsolicited testimony to the Efficacy Of
Prof. Harris Pastilles, taken from Let
ters recelvyl from P.itroisi
Indiana. April IU '7'.' the Kemnly is working per
fectly. Had ef.!rT f r,yn 1.-1. f S years pis&.
Iowa, Oct. lth, 'TV. I nm aimoat surprised nt yonr
just twice at much of a man as 1 was before t.-it!a. I
Pnaeillea. l ner nave workea like acDftrm on me. 1 otn
nn thsTATue of t ha crave. I thouuht. and thui-M vraa
no core for me, but n.-w I am in unci hopes for a cure.
West Ylnrliin, An a. 1-79. I received ymr inet
cioe and 1 oeileve it da cured me. for which i .id v ry
tnankiul. had 5. I'leas wn t ni u Mm r
box I No. 21 for a friend. You have done a er..it liiica
for mo. 1 will tid you nil tbeorder? I cua.
From a Physician and Surccn.
MiHsoorL .Tnnfi V. PIkua forward mm nn.ifhi'r ho I
of the Faj-tUin. Tiie ; atieat o:i bom 1 lir.ve nwf ,
moat of one box, ia a Jdiiion to a e.iunpie bo, is fast
racoTerins. and I thiok r.n-.thor will set him uli r.aj.
From a Druggist. ;
7onrliimedyfor)aabfourru4'oir.rw.wd tt m nuu!
ain-r:nnii. b:it. L . J. Last Janintrr w cnvacni ci
a perfect care of him. We bare xi:..!::er ouiumir at
aunenos ia tbe eaico way. an.1 -o. J ncx.
All II OS Inclusilr.g Thootlng Outfit.
mm Wk WWt
PiLjgzuUi. Jioori k litJvk Si. lejuia
fivc- turc3 dyspepsia; ic
rrvP Vr.Restorc3 tfie Appetite; F
&?JSioS:rs':tiif2s the System; B
efri'hs-rr Restores the Weak k
Vi&i.' and liehilitated.F
A a -W??3jy A trial of it will prove U E
1 I A t 1 TV"
Wagon, Brtygy, Machine and Plow re
jiairing, and general jutting
1 a:n now prepared to do Minis of repairinj:
of farm and eth e.r iiiactiiiieiy. as tliere
if a jruod l;ttti. e: my shop.
The old Reliable Waron Maker r
hasfjikeii cliaiye of tt:e wkjioii slioi.
lie is wfll known :w ;i
I SO. I We;;K.lAN.
I Ww Wnsoni r.nt t':irsrlr mailt to
j Orlf r.
I SATISFACTION 1 1 AKANTKE1J.
SHoDon Sixth street ni"'ite N'.reiirht's Stabh-
JNO. EONS & SON, Prop'rs,
X. W.CORXEK MAIN' AND SECON D STH'S,
Near 15. & M. P:isc f nger iJepot.
IIATTS33)LT.J, 5:3511 4SB. t.
Newly ifftlteil ami funiH!;eil Cirotiiitr.tt. Af
foruini; an exi:Knt vknv oftlit li.lt llri-.le.
It is oonveitii'PTly litfutftl, ;:,!;tl!y fcr t!ie
Tlie tables always sitpplie'l with the best of
n coiiTH'Cliuu w Uli tile liour-e. Lunch baskets
filletl at all hi.r.iv. Itrms ren-iaiable. 81 i
Retail Liquor Dealer,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
t'l.ATTSMOVTH, " - - - - NEB.
r.f.liai il Ha!! ;.i l 8 ilnuh on Mam Sin t, four
lUx-ie rum Siixtli at NevilleV
BEST BRANDS OF CI U A A'.V. . LES,
Ileineniber ll.e no;e o.i.l t'lai-e.
PLEASE HE MEMBER
thai tlie CilKAi'i .-T tui.i IS k.st I'l.AfK to buy
r.ln oiul UQiiPTf flrnporioo
JiU UnU iuiibj UiUUUIlUl)
First-Class Dry Goods,
IS AT 'I II rf
OLD .itKLIAKLK STORI
Cor. M;,hi and Tiiii J St'.s. rh'ttsiuciuth
Cjt?"tin'k alais fresh aud new, and jiriees
alwavs ar t!;(.' bottom, fall aud eutiviuee yoiir
tlc.u! !r:c!-, forfait a- soon :is litimed. tt
IMattsmotiC), . ti f
& p:: si H iM' i
A. G HAFT!
.TST ( 1 1 EXKI) AO A IN.
Vtm, Chon, First Cluss iitu-t Shop,
onMiiin Str.'i t Corner t Oih, 1 tattsinoiith
Lvei body on hand for fresh, temier meat.
F. B A U itl E I S T
sl it !
rt.fio ! v Fr.b. I'nre ;;':. i
S eeia! v.CU attetoted to. aatl i-'ioli Milk
'2 s:": ' '"w " W -va ;:ted i!y
i ir uf tli; Ji iniior St-iMt'S
ON FOURTH STREET. !
F i r h i - C i 11 s s 15 r i v k ,
ilEADY A2TD FOR SALE.
Wii! do Pot-tract Woik and fi uaiaiitce
J. HONS fc SON,
Lima riatt.-iiioutli. Xe:.
JONES & EiKEWBRY
IStu-coffJors to . :r.e & Ajjnew.)
Again takes charge of the Old
Brick Liver v Stable.
1'l.AVl i TH. - - NKKUASKA.
Tlie I:.n;!S --Sl.ihli'S. (tl 1 ! -i 1 1 I r Hi I li. -tie
!Uiv !e:.ei !.y .ti!:e & !":-: v-i. liiirv ;hm1 lliey
lie n;i li;!U'l New ,;i.ii li;u:ils.i:ne a " ivullioil..
tiovs. in ti e siiHl: 1'
hordes, carriages, buggies,
W e sir,, now prepared to keep HOUSES
FOR SALE i TRADE!
Tiaiii Kiid Break CoJts
!i lCt ;i..(:i;tl!e T'-ri;i.
also u k.1.! .:.; 5t i-:r,
Tlie.t v.it!i pl.-nty f room 1 1 ii;il every otn-
Kliev.i- we i it oir v. ; enn pt t lari'i-
eis' ntoei :ii wriij'iisH. lo;u. ot' Hay, &c. u.iiet
ovev. 1 i i. !lu mil l;e ji .!vy. "
' ' ' I'.i'i 'n t.i. . i ; 1 1 li:'l"i;ii:-
i . v. .i t .: ii trjide for the : ::t 'ne. i.::iii".'
l!. t we e:i:i i.coi.'iMifMHie iliein 'U-.-r (in
In-tJei ! t!.e:.! Hi : In ...i'.-. (
HO l y J O X E s & i: r K X li A ity.
ri.AT'l SMOl' 1 11, X KB.
i IJLZSr.r. li on itor.
Flour. Corn Meal d- Feed
Always n liand mid for sale at lowest cash
p-iee.s. Tlie li!.;li-t:t priees paid for Wheat ai.d
Cora. Pnrl eular ntlntion lven custom work.
- M . '. . 1. I. C tv !! .1 I:;.
-i . -..-..a V I-.- tui vr. l:..r..
JVf PAID f"r' ,i.!irii:ra','ll . iw'''
(?.f gRCm toe r e. Kl Vi I UK,;f t m si -
f-; c n.s- t.i i,ki w r-fw i .
U i"-1'"- V1'"1'' n Ij tu..iun I rt !
fifi if (.M.Iier cct arasii.B. Scni g stami'S ftrcjh
1 j.. ."a i.i"...
ati-i drtcatnt ratTr or BOe.i -
fvf Ls 1 -ci.on i.n.i i"..u.f --...-'t
aa-i I'rvi't Ctl'lfali.. Uth af loaiaoaihaia. (
,ii:.n.ulia. ln i. l:.-tr tu l.iri. Hank-DC
NO CHANGING CABS
03SAZ5A iill E'ATTSliSOL T 51
Where liiit-ct i'oi'.Ki'-:i .lis :.w tea '.c '.vith
Through Sleeping Car Lines
n::v v!;::. kosymv. r:!;'i!.:i:i.i'Hi-4,
:;.i :.; ivoi.;:. vv.;v:;iNt;TON.
AjD ALL RASTER?,' cities.
77tc SIiui 't JLiita
V n f'EOSIA for
IXDIAXAi 1 .''. ljrCi.-,VlLl.r. ( IXC1X
X. I. flull ,i,iU t.i the
S OTJ TH EAST.
t:i:: s,;at sivs-. i o;:
I r, r t
Wiil-P- )'i . t'(.l:frl : ' I:., .'e ill tllO
I'NION I .-Km I v.iih i'.r-,i;.'t .- W; jif isr 'M
Lines for al! Vo:m!-i l"i li.
mi: N!:v mm: m::
C j l im H
j in. r.wa:;:Ti-: KiU'n: van
The uiii'.iM.li'il iU'-'M.ei:; n.Tered by thia
li!:'- to i l !or ;::id lor.i i'.s are as fn'.lo'ws :
'lb.' e. h bra led riiil.n.in l:el l'a.lace
.;..(;. ia-; t'ais. ran only :a this iine.
.. I:. ..'i I'aia. ::; Dr.n. iair-Uooii ('ar-,
Vii'h St ..: Toi-.'s i'.i-c'.ini!; t 'Inns. No Liira
1 nai-e 1 : .-;)' is-. l;t-.-l:ai:u; t '!.;. ir.
The 1.1 -m-u- '., I'.. &. .. .J'ai.u'e i ;iniiif;..Cars.
i'iiwhi:-1 M!n.!.ii':,' 'i.is. !i:ted with elegant
i.iLr'i-I) . -Hi l i:attaii i'i -volviiiir CliaiiH. for
l!i" f m '..ive ie of li;-.st-class passeiiijers.
!'at Tin.e. Steel Kali Track and Snjiorlor
K jii(i;neii: e.i.nliined with t iu-ir (ire-it Tliintfjh
1 .if A rrr.i.ij- mi itl. makes till-', :;L"".e a.i (liters,
I he favorite il'iiHe to the
r..!ST, SUI'TII OK KOl'TH-ilAST.
TKY IT. ant! von will find TRAVI'LINd .1 Lux
ury instead of a J 'iscoitw'ort.
'1 hr.oi-.h Ti-ket- via this eelt brated line for
sale at nil oKires in the I'nitcd States und
iiuni :.i;:'.io!i alniut R;.ie- .f Paie, Sleejt
ii.hr t ill" Aee.'ine.'od-itioiis, ;:'!-.( 'i lint Tables,
i;i be ohecri'uily triveii by ani-lyiiij; to
(ii uenil lVsseiier ;'t. Chicago.
tlener.-il NTn i s.:-1 , ( iiiif.iu'O.
tfET THE BEST!
LEAD ALL OTHERS!
Every Style &. Price.
On: 1 x" 1 n t o o cl XJnequalecl
Xrsprffrcssrts aai Cvcsicaccs fousi ia
i 0 CTt
Fr Sale ia Every City and Town
in the United States,
iiivll.y J. R. COX,
iii- ;i i -t!i-
;i -e --J ,r
n! r ,t'.- '
l':.-;-i. :.l (.c: f of ;-::;ie
v -- ill- r; ;!.; ! , ;;,'!! iie
it ..ai-,e )::x-.- ;::;! !i i.trl of
r To:,:..i i ;-. r -:!. .;.!.M-l!.--.F.ti!ii
.'. . ('- i i .(;-. -. .; . .Mi: v "M.--U- ;
' - !!. i.i-.ii.- ri ':.t h XUa )
I- -! :.e-
i s-- -
v, .! ... tdat i
'-; . !': !):.;! et;-, j
- ';. - : . i i j
.: ; . .. :;. !.;r..e;. 1 1 y it.
ii. ' .v.::-:: : . . . .-:. x v.
th- ECSTfJid CHEAPEST
t !.!! t. ti.'i i a-.-woi-iii. It in His bn
, . , twci-- -I dwi not gum, but forms a
h'Shly pojsnsd Eurf .c avtr the nx!-?. re
Quoins friction rt-KJ I'shter.ing tl'e Orf.fr.
it is L-..r C" ! r. l.. ... .j : i pftRe rf,r, rr. r a
I than InV 'r brands, anrl one box v; rio
tttts worlc c vool any otntr Airo Crease
acl. It 'ir..fiiii i-.iiid.-v a? . al i. r li.-.r.o,-.
, M.il lit-arii;--, 1. iv.h.nir S!a-hjr'. Ot.n-I';ritiT,
M'Jirrtaif.. itivsMi. u et., an for Wa.it.i.a. li ia
ICUARAHTiED to contain no P-ptroiPur.
.r xe by v.rvc:.i. JTi!r. iir.r l't-i
I. L'CljpsU of 7ri.7 i"Vrjft Unmsinq IiH:i-d true.
MICA HAlil'r ACYUF.lfiC CO.
31 M!ch:Tn f'r-rw. Cr:cro. Illinois.
Itfl. T. VTTiTln TffSi '435 L aicf bt, iihta-kfe. fe
ji if. 3 .Urj.-. :..r;i Xl-' L
BENNETT & LEWIS,
Staple smel niey (E&sr&eeviGte9
AGENTS VO'.l THE t.'Kl.EIJRATED LEAVENWORTH
2cm lis tEae e2ty
Cash Paid for Butter and xggst
b-fVvo - ;. .f - " ' rs..-." v.-v ;...vv- 5 r - , ' -;;s s"?; v--.:;f.T, V S" 1
Contain Pepsin, Rlinbarb, Mandrake f Gentian
Ami cares Dyc-peiic'ia, Ixs.s of Appetite, Billiousness and all derangements
o' tlie St'.ni:ie!i ari-In? from over-eating and drinking. Prepared only ly
ntJiiv. ;i2-:i:rai: axi jiixijfaciukixo co.,
Li'AVih WO ii T H , KANSAS. al for bU-l.y all Ih-ugjjist...
Old Grocery & Dry
Altliotigh Let! ion over we are not dene silling gmiJa, by a Joiip &l:ct.
OU WILL FIND ATF.S. WHITE'S ONE OF THE LARGEST AND
BEST STOCKS OF GOODS, OF ALL KINDS IN THE TOWN.
Ths nicest Green Winter Apples for sale. Over Rarrels down Cella;.
Potatoes by the Car-load, PEACH BLOWS
CASH PAID FOR HIDES FURS, TALLOW, dC, at
F. S. VIPITF'S,
. ...... . . ...
i.n-.f; lil r.c.ir!:nfr lii3 r.,hnit.f"i'ti,ri ,r.. .., ll.-iq,
f i! :iriciii ir.-i'.iB' i: t, n . .mnt i f I .:.: ft:m r i.r-.ii-nl:.raf I
tur lue fu.Ut xllius tiuuL out- t.rculj iVt! J.IUr-l
ITH, BLACK &
OIYE TSEE CALL.
VASSAR COLLEGE, 'TltTT 4
ron mv. i.n:i:ii.i( i;r'.TioM f, (1 ?1 V
dl' H)'il..i. l-:-:Hi!ii:!ti,)iis f.,r eiitnin.. ii.
Sept. Niti. t';ii.!l.3i;K's x ia i,n i;,licatiou t
r-- -- Ji,'r.
-- hi -i Frfc .ihh.
, - ....... ..tmm.il c sjt JiUSllCI.
fit lu-"v i'l-.iai : i. ,.t I., .r ...-.. .
'-..wa ii Co., 2 Z
617 St. Charles Strrrt, SL Lonis,?J3.
A rirclir ff-H.lmita of t ) ttil:, lnn t f3
Iflrii-Hr local,U tuna imy o' nirl'h i.;oin in St. loui.'.ca
lty pr.r-rs Khjw,i.ad r.U ol.i rwlfnt fenow. fc i nhil-B.
Pocorrhcea,01it. Stricture, CreiiiUB. nurture ail
Urinary PyIiilitio or Marcirial ArTortiouj oi
Ihroat. Sk !! ur 5V,r.t5 cutJ S .!Vly, priv.itt-ly
bpcnmv.n hivSezuul DoU.l.t y an i l,ni,u(nc
cs i-je roMultof Helt-A'iwn, nx-.ini na-w in lui.tniuf
ye irs.orovsr bniinwork. pnxttirliu n-qvouHiKxt wain
al ejul.iuoam, d'3biili, dUnnea of i.iKtit.defeotW mra
prr. pnjsici.l dBcuy, aversion t.) mK-ivty onnfunion of
l'lHns, loss of neiuiil pover.nU'.'il I . rsar!riii n:r
rlaw improper.are prmani:nty cured. ( !:isiil(.iiioa
at c!5oo or by rnaU re aai lurit.. t. i'ami.tUat onu
Ftarap. Jiodictnej Mat br ninil or et.in. Ou-ea
rnoraatcBd. Whwre donbt exist, it ia franMy fntd.
ronowinu nrjct8: v.ci may m.ii
..iHjiDoo.i, vv omHOhotxl. Fhyaic-al d-icuy. Vbr nhoafd
Blarry;ho lifsamj haiipina may I iucn.!,., 1 ; erf..t
vrf celibacy nnd eiowj, aud man nwr.. J :i.u, inorrind
or oont.mi)Ijitin ma-riae gbnuld rond U than liwpus
der lor It and key. 23 cts. ty muil in mm y or k
tig?. E-.yllnh German fVgch ri.l H;i.i ppoVcn
1 B i uix We-ilcnesa, Ij.t Riiitih-.i, .Nurrai.Mi,
rw.i.1 .gp. Confusion Of I le.-li. Avminil In KiHMH. y
H:it?ru,e .".Iomory rnvt 1 iiurdfri itrty.iL'u.r. !. s,..f.
Abum. ynydruf.tri-nthoip:--:!!.aiv Ht. loai.i
(Vr-.llvf io; t.r.ii)St. 'hi-1-n.M. I -nl-, !.
703 Ct.nnut Ct, Of. Mr?, et V.t ofn-o,
cti.-.inuu. t. t:ii. o i.j3ii&.i u ; r l! Vi.k.-
f 5:-iiB. Itiotem:y.r.il fio r"vx tin-j t-ji.-.r: r-o
! Gleet, U.-im.ry ur iicau..tT a. .rf . -. ii -i -s
' ci:r-d i i n i -Til Alini r.w .-. r.,. . ,ne f-,,m
i If-iiUu'i, c c--i--.- : or i . i. - - -. ,y .'..,.,,
j ined:.;:,. Afire rr-. CwPv.' -..v. I I rrr.ia
lnri'-to'i.ir ,-... (.v?;- -i i .-.V .... -..Iflp.
jCV? Send f'r o:ti
Fall r.r.i W.'.i-
terof 15S1. Froc to ars aoln'-s. Con
tains full description of all kinds of ptKJs
for personal and family v;se. "e deal
directly viili tlie cons'jr.icr, and soil ail
pooda ia any rjtian'.ity r.t wholes-ds prices.
You can buy Letter nnd cLeapcr than at
2I0NTG0MERY WAUD & CO.
J27 and 223 Wtibash Avenuc.Clilcago.IIL
tt 11 ::. z-j. :.-;, sr. L:nx w.
.!?. rfcr-ir-ians in c:vei f.f ihn old and well know
,..-:.o.-m:, rj-e r- t' itnr ?rl:iatn ia medicine mo
'-'" Xfttim of E:pcnpaM in tbe treatment of
- ''' l)sa!j i:ii..- their ak ill aad ability
i. . a - .; i-.(,t to ii t.i tt;, ordmarr practitioner,
: - ar'iire J ft natinutl reputation through
; RETION 0 8 EXPOSURE
KlMi. k.L.-rk Mr hAi.M. trA.tni with sUCCesfl.
- j.-. ;;.c .iu.ut uir;) Mercury or utLtr
C ' j ffO fFW IanH r ' middle ae who nr
-- ivi nnl.t- us v:r4.T f-r t;usinw or anuria o,
- ' i.y.-.J. . -' P:tlt
f . . , .. ,i, ....B FlUlEa. ukVited.
. , ij. .... .r-T- : : v ,.a.:.pi.li ac.iiiLg treauurst
: ....n..- iii'(,--a i-r.i.ia.
. . f.Vri.f fr-.a H..t. r. r4 their adire,,
I i km wiw.lltii.c t. tt..lr nUtn;.. 111. Bet a tra
C(riT.U .-i-.i.. lrtr'f coi.6 lentiftl, od ,Koel4 bt a4drcMJ
IU. UL'T Ti. IS orth t-Lh et-vbt. iaaU. Me.
.u ...... 1 1 ..in lyxac ufttjliljunie. X. H
Mtrmptfl AoiiiUion. Wimdrr-l
Kimrru!. Alilr ritun: iubeilih-d
i'tiu. OutatiiOc' JU11.N UVlLSH,tl1 Ollvetotbt.
, k - " if;;--r --r' -V- -.'
J") ntajnrit; of tiie itl rf the human.
hutlij - j . '1,111 n ilct-ii riit it,int ff thn
I.Ivei", nff-'ftimf h.,ih tUf ktnmaeh aud
btuvil. In oti.- In rfirt n rurr, it im
nvcexxitry tn fruitier in rniihr. Irrrtjtt
In ni.ct S! ii(tinh tirtinti vf the fowefa,
Iif .fit ichr9Strk iik-i. ii S I fn" S'oiuarh, I'ttiti
iti tiie iiiirk antt t.iiitfrtr., I ml if fit that
the Hre-r it tit f't i-H, itnl that lift til re re-
'nir asitn ne- , utile iliit, ory tin to
r rtf.r I'j'ivi.i r.'i
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