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Poet's Tribute. - ' '
The Boston Globe on the day bf
President Garfield's death published
poems commemorative of his death, by
Oliver Wendell Holmes, Walt Whitman,
Joaquin Miller, John Boyle O'Reilly,
Julia Ward Howe, and others. All the
poems but that of Whitman have been
copyrighted by the Globe Newspaper
Company, and were written expressly
for the Garfield memorial number of
the Daily Globe. Whitman's poem 1 is
from a forthcoming volume. Oliver
Wendell Holmes' poem is given here
with entire :
AFflR IIlS BCEIAL.
Fit roil with autumn' fulling' lenf.
Ere yet his summ-Vs iv 01 was past.
Our Irion 1, our (rut'le.Jour trusted chief i
Wbat words can in itch iTVoe so vaai?
An'l wh 'so the chart cM claim to spenk ;
The FHcrol jrrirf where all b vo part; ;
- When sorrow sndtens every cheek. j
Aal broois 1 every aching heart?
Yet nature tt m.'ts th? burning p?:rns
Tfeat ihiiiu the h'isbc 1 nii'i phrouile-l hall
Tho 1 ud 1 ime it, "be sorriwlnjr praise,
Tne silent tear th..t love lets fal'.
To iofilo t vers, "n lowest r' ymc,
Sh ill strive tin! anv-d the minstrel chtlr
1 lie fiinpers of tho new-born time.
And tr.'iiib.lu ago with outgrown lyr..'
Jf r m for f.rM no place ."nr blame.
We ilinu our b ss mi on tlie jrr ire,
P.il sc miiK'hs, fM.le'J all w cal'n.
Tills oiiy wiiat we hd wo gave.
Ah t could the gfdef of nil who mnurn
lllesd tn tna v.ilo? lis bittr cryi
Th wail to beftven'shigh arches br.rno
Would echo through tto cuverncd sky.
Oh. happiest land, whors pesoeful choice '
Ft Is with a breath its enpty tbronel
God, sp rak inir through the .roph"t'e volOJ,
ilns raada th-j voice for ouc-j Ills own, i
N' angry passi m shakes tho state
Wtioee servant seeks for rest
And who could fear lhat scowiln bate
Woull strike at ih tt u gruirde J breast?
lie stands unconsc oua of hi-t doom
In mnnly strnjrtfi serene
Around him summer spreads ber b corn
He fal s what horror clothes the sceuel
II"W swift the sudden flash of woo
Where all was brlirbt as childhood's dro.im.
As if from Heaven's etiioreai b.w
Hadl-spd the lljhlng'8 arrowy gleam J
Blot tho foul deed from history's page ;
It not tne al -t etruyinfr sun
Blush for the day (hit MhIiis an ape
When, murder's blackest wreath was woo,
Palo O'l his couoi th stiflVrer lies,
Tho weary batt e-ground of pain;
Lovo ten Is his lillnw, pc enco tries
Her every art, Bias, la vain.
The s rlfe endures, how lour! how 1 nirl
L. fe, dalh. Begins bait need In the scale.
While round his le,'l a viewli-st throng
A wail 3 each mo: row's chanjjl.iff tale.
In realms the dfsert ocnn parti
Wuut myriads wit h with iejr-Il!!od oyes.
His puis ,-n'fits echo! g i t their hearts.
His br athing couutei with their slba.
H w!y tne stores of life are spent.
Yet hope s Hi bnttl s w.th despair
Wid heaven not yield when knees are bent?
Answer, O Taou th it nearest prayer.
But siloatly the braz n kv
Answer's the meteor's thrcnloriih tra'n
Unswerving n iture's mute reply.
Bound In her adamantine chtin.
Not curs tho verdict to decide
Wh m death snail eliilm or sklH shall save;
The h -ro's life ibo.inrh heave.-i denie I,
It g tvu our land a maityr's grave.
N-r con it the t-achlnr vainly sent.
How h mia'i ho trt the Ir g inf ra ly eh ire
T ljfS n W jmnii'4 lovo nm l nt,
Wbat hope may do, what faith can Lear.
Frewelll the leaf-strown earth enfolds
Our siay. our pri 'e. ur hopes, our fe irs;
And auMi'm-i's g M- n sun boh Ids
A nut on bow d. a wo Id In lears.
THE BALL AT BRANDOS.
BY ALFRED YOTJNGE.
"You look unhappy this afternoon,
Still I'm not unhappy, George.'
"No, not even cross."
"I am annoyed."
George Gaylor opened his big, blue
eyes tossed his cigarette over the vine
elad rail of the piazza, and fixed a
a comical, half sarcastic glance upon
his pretty fiancee.
' Can it be that you arc annoyed with
me, Lucy?" he asked.
"Yes, with you."
"Is it possible?" he laughed. "Pray,
ow have I offended your highness?"
The little white hands llew more rap
idly than ever over the embroidery, and
Lucy Herbert did not look up as she
"Well, since you insist upon know
ing, I must say that your conduct with
Daisy Marden last evening was uncalled
for, to say the least."
"Why? Because I was not the only
one to notice how you flirted with her,
and you know as well as I do that she
lias the reputation of being an uncon
George Gaylor burst into a peal of
"I think Miss Marden simply love
ly!" he exclaimed; "besides, I don't
qnite see why 3011 should dictate rules
of conduct to me, even if wo are en
gaged." In an iustant the little beauty was
upon her feet, her cheeks Hushing, aud
her brown eyes all alight with indigna
tion. "I don't pretend to dictate." she
cried, "and never shall. At any limo
that you desire your freedom it is at
"I mean what I say, George."
"Now you are angry," he said; "I
wouldn't believe you could be jealous
when you know how 1 love you."
This was a "poser," and Lucy sat
down-again. In a voice that was trem
ulous with tears, she replied:
"You won't want to seo me llirt even
if you were sure of my love."
"I shouldn't mind it a bit," he hast
ened to say; "don't think me so fool
ish. You are at liberty to do exactly
as you see fit."
There was a moment of silence, and
then taking up her embroidery again,
So George lighted another cijrarette.
and for the time being this dangerous
quicksand was passed safely over.
Perhaps the whole affair had passed
out of the young man's recollection,
when on the following evening he en
tered the ball-room at the village hotel
with Lucy on his arm, lovely in an im
promptu costume of pale blue gauze
and sprays of blackberry blossoms.
Of course Daisy Marden was there,
and no sooner had site sighted the lov
ers than she floated up to them, a per
fect vision of piquant loveliness in a
cloud of white tulle and garlands of
"Oh, Lucy," exclaimed the irrepres
sible young lady, when she was within
hailing distance, "who do you suppose
"1 can't imagine," was Miss Her
bert's calm r joinder.
"Cecil Andrews, your old flame."
Lucy's face biilitene:!.
"1 shatl be vu-ry happy to meet Mr.
Andrews again," she said.
And oh, he's ten times handsomer
than he was before he left Brandon,"
supplemented MUs Daisy. "He's just
erazv to see you. Here's my card, Mr.
Gaylor, if you care to dance with mo
"Shall I begin with the next waltz?"
When he had scratched his name to
several of the dances and was about to
put his pencil away, Lucy presented her
"You have forgotten to select your
dances with me, George." she said.
"Never mind, dear," he said hurried
ly; "you'll have some vavanaies ' when
X come back1; Til select sonic, then,"
and away Iw floa'ed ifh th '.ullo anu
2ink roses into the t.nuizj of ilnnc rs.
Now it so happei ed that Miss Dai-y
Marden was quite vicious enough to
try to render her frijird unha py, and
so it was a fuil half hour ere George
rt turned to the spot where he had left
Lucy was gone.
''Yes, she was dancing with the
handsome stranger, which fact so
piqued our hero that the moment the
music ceased, l.o pressed his way
through the crowd and demanded Lu
Every place was filled.
"X on were away so long, ieorg",
Lucy said, with an unconscious snii'e,
that I rca'ly could not reserve adanco
for you. Mr. Andrews, permit me to
present my friend, Mr. Gaylor."
Tho men bowed coldly, and George
returned, tho card, not. however, ere
he had seen that Cecil Andrews' namo
appeared upon it in not less than six
For the first time in his hitherto care
less existence, George Gaylor tasted the
bitterness f jealously.
It was a horrible evening to him; the
hours dragged like lend, Mi?s Daisy
palled upon him and the end of it was
that he passed tho tinio smoking ut
terly unsali factory cigarettes in the
garden of the hotel, until two o'clock
struck ami reminded him that it was
time to go home and end his misery.
He hastened through the hall where
people were donning cloaks and wraps
anf entered the ball-room.
The vast room was deserted and tho
servants were putting out tho lights.
Where was Lucy?
"She lias gone with Mr. Andrews in
his carriage, if 3011 are looking for
Miss Herbert," murmured tho mali
cious voice of Miss Dais3 Marden, close
at his side.
George Gaylor did not thank her nor
even say good-night to her; she was
hateful to him now, and ho could not
bear tho sight of her mocking smile.
Crushing his hat upon his head, he
strode with feverish haste through tho
peaceful night and never drew breath
until 4io reached tho pretty villa beneath
tho beeches where dwelt the one ho
loved best in the world.
As he approached the gate, a car
riage rolled rapidl3' away in the star
light, while upon tho steps he saw a
graceful form, with trailing robes of
faint blue and white blossoms.
It was Lucy; he could speak to her
and end all that night.
But when he came towards her, she
smiled and held out her hand.
"Where is Daisy?" she asked.
"Don't mention her name to mo." he
cried, hotly; "permit me to ask you
where your friend is?"
"Cecil has gone back to the hotel to
his wife," she said; "she wns too
tired after her j nirnev to be present at
George li-tened in open-mouthed
wonder, and stood so long in that un
romantic position that Lucy burst into
a peal of meny laughter. -
"Forgive me," she cried, "but I
could not help teaching you the lesson
you taught mo. Wo are quits now."
Quits," he echoed, "now let us for
give and forget."
"With all my heart!"
"Kiss me. dear."
Purchasing Food in Japan.
The old vegetable man comes into
our j'ard so l.eavil)' loaded with fresh
vegetables that he staggers under their
weight, wh le tho pole slung across his
shoulders b' meati3 of which the bas
kets are supported, creak3 a protect.
But its bearer needs no pity, as his face,
overspread b3T a grin, will show, when
he sets down his burden and wishes us
a pleasant "good-morning." Well,
what shall we buy to-day? What would
the ladies like to purchase? Some dc
lic ious and tender bamboo shoots for
soup, or some fine sweet potatoes? At
a suggestion from our ruddy cok, who
stands by in his white apron and jaunty
cap, the old man begins, in a nasal
tone, to enumerate his stock: "Pota
toes, turnips, sweet potatoes, bamboo
shoots, cabbages, and beans of differ
ent sorts." With this array to select
from, we squat down a la Japanese to
exan ine the vegetables and to chat
with the vender. We select some bam
boo shoots and potatoes, and then ex
amine the various kinds of beans.
Some of tliem seem familiar. We no
tice the well known French beans, the
marrow beans, and some dried peas,
known among tho Japanese as "Dutch
beans." We find some of a new spec
ies, however, and hold out a handful
to inquire the name. The old man
rolls out an unpronounceable name,
and impressed by its important sound
we buy "a mess" of them. Then our
cook aud the vender have a ficrc-s dis
cussion as to the prico to bo paid, tho
former exacting a sum equal to ten
cents of our money, the latter declar
ing that half that sum is ample. But,
fortunately for the vegetable man, he
ha-1 tender feminine hearts to deal with,
and ho is paid according to his own
A dispute from a singular cause took
place at tho office of a banker in the
Chnussee d' Antin. Benjamin F ,
the cashiur, who has filled that office
for the last, twenty-fivo 3'ears, was at
his pst, whori a collecting clerk named
Pierre Dotilley pre-ented himself with
a draft for 10.000 francs drawn by a
London banker. The notes were count
ed out. and the man left the place. In
a few hours afterward Doulley returned
ami. addressing himself to the cashier,
"There is a little mistake between us;
there is a ditlerenco of 1,000 francs in
"1 never make mistakes." replied
the cashier, indignantly. "For twenty
five years my balance has always been
correct to a sou."
"But the error," said Doulley, "is
against yourself, as 3'ou have given me
1,000 francs too much; I am as honest
a man as you are I have been em
ployed as collecting clerk for thirly-five
years in the same house. There is
3'our note. I will not take it."
"Insolent fellow!" cried the cashier,
"do you dare to insult me? I will not
take your note. I regard any man as
an enem3" who wishes to prove to my
employer that I am capable of mak'ng
a mistake. Take the note or I will
turn you out of the place."
Pierre Doulle3 was not to be thm re
pelled, and from words the parties
came to blows, but the clerks of the
house hastened to separate them. The
cashier, not wishing to avow an error,
which he would have regarded as a
stain on his long established reputation
for correctness, was fain to put up with
the loss of the note, and Pierre DjuI
ley carried of the 1.000 franc note to
the mayor of his arondissement, to bj
distributed among tho poor. San
The Italians say that the nan who
sells the bear-skin before he has caught
the bear is a fool. Ti:e man who bins
it displays all the wisdom in the trans
A story which, if true, adds one more
item to the list of dangers to which ixn
nianity is exposed, is going the rounds
of the English press. It is gravely as- t
serted that a coast guard pacing his ,
beat along the lonely shore near East-
bourne was suddenly attacked by a ;
seal, and escaped with his' life only '
through prompt and vigorous nianipu- ;
lation of sword-cane with.' which he :
chanced to be provided. j
HouseLold Eeoeipts. ;
Tomato S.up. One. pint of millc,
one quart of water, one pint of toma
toes, two cracker j powderod, and one
and a half teaspoonsful of soda. Boil
Cabbage with Cream. Boil, drain
and cut up a moderate-sized cabbala.
Put in a sauce-pan with a coup'eof tea
spoonfuls of butter, a gill of cream,
tablespoonful of flour, salt and pepper.
Add the cabbage, boil slowly tea min
utes, stirring well.
Cabbnge Fried with Bacon. Boil
cabbage in salted water, drain and
chop. Fry somo slices of baoon, take
from the pan and keep hot. Put the
chopped cabbage in the same pan and
fry with the b.tcon f at, adding pepper.
Lay in a hot dish with the bacon upon
it and serve.
Griddle Cakes. Griddle cakes can
be made by grating throe pink of corn
and adding a couple of spoonfuls of
s;ur cream, a teacupful of sweet milk,
half a teaspoonful of soda and salt,
and two well beaten eggs. If too thin
to fry nicely, add a spoonful or two of
Sucxotr.sh. This is made by boiling
two quarts of green shelled beans, in
two quarts of water, an hour, with half
a pound of salt pork; then pour in two
quarts of green shaved corn, stir well
ana" boil twenty minutes; add a quarter
of a pound of butter, and you have a
dish fit to set before a king.
Blackberry Wine. To four quarts of
berries, bruised, add one quart of boil
ing watrr, let it stand twenty-four
hours, stirring occasionally, then strain,
add two pounds of browa sugar stir
well and put in a jug, cover the mouth
with muslin and cork it after a few
days. It is fit to use in threo months,
but improves with age.
Old Harry. This kind of cake can
be best made, by the small boy of the
house, by creeping under the chair and
tying his sister's beau's legs to the legs
of the chair, and then going and in
forming the old man of tlie young
man's whereabouts. When the youth
rises to make hasty retreat, ho general
ly gets into a 6tew, and soon Old Harry
Carrots with Parsley. Fry quarter of
an onion finely minced in a couple of
tablespoonfuls of butter. Add a pint
of water and boil for tlvo minute3.
Throw in a quart of carrots boiled and
cut in dice. Add a tc.ispoonful f
chopped paislev; season to taste. Boil
for a couple of minutes; add a f-queezo
of lemon juice, and serve hot.
Cucumbers Stuffed. Seh-ct short,
thick cucumbers and split in two.
Scoop out the see ls and part of tit ?
meat. Yry a teaspoonful of grated
onion in butter, add salt, pepper, nut
meg, the inside of tho cucumbars, an 1
some bread soaked in water and
sqn3-zed. If too dry. add a little gravy
or some incite 1 butler. Stir till well
mixed and heal' d through. Fill each
half cucumber with too 'mixture; put
some bread crumbs wi h a li;tle piece
of bu'dT on top; l:i3' in a uan, the
round side down, and bake.
Mineral Deposits in Hevada.
In the barren wastes of Nevada dis
coveries are constantly being made of
vast deposits of salt. Foda, nitre, sul
phur,. etc.; on the desert plains and in
the desert hills that are destitute of
vegetation, except scattering, stunted
sage-brush and grense-wood, 10.000
acres of which would scarcely sustain
an ox, and where a horned toad can
scarcely live, are also found gypsum,
abestos, silica, kaolin, cinnabar, plum
bago, bituminous 6hale, indications of
coal, iron, and many other deposits, as
well as veins of copper, antimony, ga
lena, gold, silver, and otiier nWals all
of which, when fully developed, will
constitute immense sourco of wealth.
But little progress has been made in the
development of these valuable deposits
solely on account of the want of some
cheaper means of transportation than
has jet been afforded. But they are
coming. Already narrow-guago rail
roads are being projected and con
M. ucted to reach these deposits.
There is said to be a jolly old dog a
setter in London, who is nearly 80
years old. Ho is a type-setter.
In Portugal a widow can not iarry
if she is over 50 years of age. but who
ever heard of a widow a3 old as that?
The Archduchess of Austria, who
was reported to bo the betrothed of the
king of Bavaria, is now said to be like
ly to become the bride of the duko
"Yes," f he cried, passionately, "I
love you so true, so true " "Never
mind, darling," said she, artlessly,
"I will have my trousseau ordered at
An Irishman wrote thus to the wife
of a sicK brother: "If Jamie isn't doad
ytt, remind him of the twenty fhillinxs
he owes me en tho pig, and if ho is,
tell him not to give himself &ny con
surrin about it."
A brother arose in a weekly prayer
mecting in New Jersey, and said:
"Brethren, when I c insider the short
ness of life I feel as if I miglit be taken
away suddenly, like a thief in the
Three gentlemen stopping at a tav
ern bore the names of More, Strango
and Wright. Said tho "There is
but one rascal in this company, and
that is Strange." "Yes," answered
Strange, "there is one More." "Aye,"
said More, "that's Wright."
People visiting at Scliaghticoke, Rens
selaer county, N.. Y., wonder at tho
different s-ts of pople they see on al
ternate days. Tho village is suffering
terribly from an epidemic of agueand
while one set of afflicted people are out
on tho streets the other set is shaking
at home, to reverse their positions tho
The Rev. Mr. Green, who is in prison
at Lancaster Castlj for violation of the
law of ritual, has an altar fitted up in
the easternmost window of his room
with a gilt cross above it, and candles
and other ritualistic emblems and cler
ical furnishings, and frequently, when
his friends visit him, practices his func
tions as a clergyman.
Working men are some of the min
isters of the Lutheran ministerium, of
Pennsylvania where 2 pastors serve 8
congregations each, 3 pastors 7 congre
gations, 5 pastors 6 congregations, 12
pastors 5 congregations, 15 pastors 4
congregations each. Forty-three of
the pastorates are German. 35 are Eng
lish, and 85 are German-English.
Several 3-ears ago bronze remains
were dug up in the island of Funen,
Denmark, but no one knew what had
been their use. Laterly Dr. A. Peter
son was fortunate to find under tho
earth in Jut'and what he considers to
be a state carriago of the fourth or fifth
centniy. It has ornamental woodwork.
On the wheels were bronzes just tho
same as the ones discovered in Funen.
The total pack of the Columbia (Ore
gon) salmon canneries for tho season
is 649.114 cases, of 43 pounds each. The
shipments to England to dale aggre
gate 272,004; shipments to San Fran
cisco. 143,950; leaving on tho river
1S3.463 cases. The total pack of last
year was 530,000 cans. Tne income
from the pack this year has beeu $2,
750.000. The Engineer thinks that the ques
tion nf tlin nctn&l nressure of tiie wind
Uon railroad structures is still un- j
touched, and that the first step to the '
solution of the complex problems in
volved will be the inauguration of an
extensive and sjstematic series of ex- j
pertinents on the comparative resist
ances of different shaped bridge mem
bers, and on t'.e influence of the shelter
aliorded by the windward girder on the
other ox nosed surf ;u 03. ,
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Gout, Quinsy, Soro Throat, Swell'
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Teeth, Ear and Headcch.Q, Frosted
Feet and Ears, and all other
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ical Bcienra. A i.-.i:H- . :t tiv: Kcm-lv 'or the
apeedyandperm.iiii'o; I'-.r r- oa-t'iicwnktiis the
di'Plorabln d;8.jjuc rmuii i:. i.uui inoiscm-t pnetira
or eicMAM io youLh er hi ru.. uuu tt Ulu by tho on'y
true wv,viz: JJucrt Ajiicetion actic by Ao
sorption, ana exortinir lis ci!C ioflueataoi. the
Vesicles. Ducts, and Oi-.;ir', tuat r un.mle to per
form tbeir cutural fun tinus viil tai disji'o p-r-vadM
the hnmnn oriraoisin. TUo use of tua Nautili
Is atteoden with no pain or im-rmvnienct. and does
Dot Interfere with the ordinary iiursuiVa of lifr; it la
quickly disaoUed aDd aoort itlsorheJ. produciQR aa
immediate eoothinff and restcrrtlvo enecttipoo the
nenroas onraniratlons wrrk. d from vicioua habit or
excesses, stnpploft t he dlaiu from theBatai,rc3tor-
n theminct to DoaRh and sound memory, remov
n tbe Dimness of Slht, Confusion of Ideaa,
Aversion to Boctety, etc.. etc., and the appearance
of premature eld Re uhuuIIt ao-ompaDyic this
trouble, and restoring the vital foris, where they
have been dormant for yars. Thia mode of trsat
ment baa stood tbe iwt iu very severe eases, (nd is
now a pronounced success. Dru?s are too much pre
scrihea In this trouble, and, as many can bear wit
ness to, with but little if any ertnanent rood. There
is no nonsense nbout Otis J'nrrMioo. t'rsctlcal ob
serration enHbles us to positively Runrnntee that it
will uive satisftiCtiOTi. It hus ijfao in petit-ral use
for several years sad we fcnve thonsnmi of testl
moniais from patients, ns t- its vxluo, and it i now
conceded to be the mot rational menns yet dis
covered for rejfcchinjt and curing tuisvery prevalent
trouble, that is v;etl known to be thecati:-eof untold
misery to so inany.nd upon whom quacks prvy with
their oseles iiostniaw and li fees. The llemedy
is pntnpin nat boxes. if three sins. No. l.ienouKb,
tolast a month.) S3: Ho. 2. uC5t ient tot-fleet aper
manent core, unless in sevwrn cases.l S5: No. 3,
(lastinsr over tbre mnnthe, will rtore those in the
worst conili ion.. 87. Krnlb inail.in plain wrappers.
Full r.IRECXICi'lS lor uinff vUi accompany
&enti tor &ea:ctt iescrtvttra jt-rt-
lleim giving Anftomn-al lllttst ruf ism E
anil TrDfiuisny, irltieh will ronriiirei
fte montmkrntirnl Hint (Aryeaii be re- Q
j wfot-ed to jereei heall ft, and te vital g
I fsrrrs tltoro lti ro-eslablt&iietl name a
tta if nrreT affected. SoltlOtVby
HARRIS REMEDY CO. MFC. EiEMiSTS.
Market and Cth Sis. St. Louis, MO.
Unsolicited testimony to the Efficacy of
Prof. Harris' Pastilles, taken from Let
ters received from Patronsi
Indians. April 11. TS TLs hemody is wcirkin per
fectly, iiad gj'iVyTtTi w".irniM.. fr? eaxs past.
Iowa. Oct. l'tth. 1 am slmost surprised at yocr
Psatiliee. Tii'- have worked like s charm on m. lam
just twice as much of a man as 1 wits befsre taking. I
was oc the verge of tlteRrnve, I thought, and iherw was
no care for me. bnt now 1 am In vtd hopes for a cure.
West Virrfnls. An I -7:. I received yonr medi
cine and I believe it has tintd ro, for which 1 tim very
thanktnl. loclowd Had 9 I'lense snd m another
bos (So. 21 for a friend. Yr have docs a tnut thing
for me. I will send von all theorders I caa.
From a Physician and Surreon..
Missonrt, Jnne flense forward me another box
of the Pastilles. Tbe patient on whom 1 have o.-t !
most of one hot. la addition ta a sraj ! hoi. is isst
recovering, and I think another will set him all riilit.
From a Druyaist.
Msrvland. Sept. 2. "7? Iast Jannnry we cei a be I c
yoor kamedy forene ofour customer., nnd it bus made
a perfect enreof hira. We have another customer now
utlerins in the same way, sad i?u one No. i box.
nilMA f Including Shootlns Outfit.
II 111 ivVfl every curt warranted
M W W VUJSarux. Mour at IjfoDk
bki b'C Vault.
BY YEARS W U i .
j. Gf USE t
Wagon, Buggy, Mwhine ami PI,: - -pairing,
and geiural Jobbing
I am now prepared to i. nil kimis of repairing
ol Xariu and other n..it-tiitierv. as tiiie
is a Kootl lat .f in my simp.
The old Reliable Wasrou ivL- : r
has taken ch;irjt.' ... :'..f w:: ,itop
lie is well known n& .
NO. 1 V.'tl; v 1 v
XeTr H'rcoiis ir-. ifw.arn-x t.-t'r
SATISFACTION 'j t" AKAN iilr'i.
-liopoo fr-ivrli street -ro.ite Strelit-'ssr. ..a
JNO. BOHS I SON, Prcj'rs,
N. W. CORNER MAIN AND KrX'OND aTI'. ji.
Near B. & M. i'usvotigor Depot
l'IsATTS3IOL'T. S Viill l..
Newly rpfiltfil ami fi'iii:. ';iod tii!'n!.!.'!tit. . f
fordlns tin rxct'Ik'iit Y'.u if!h U. K I'M , e.
Ills conveniently loiwteil. csj't i-:.r.iy ft-r. :e
The tabK's a!uayi hi:'-:.?U''i with ti'.e I t.j- -.,t
n coniiecli'.in with the i:i'.!!--... !,u::t-!' !':'' ts
fllletl at all hours. Terms leacij.ililc. ; '
JAMES "i? X.A.O:..U
Retail Liquor Dealer.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
PLATTS MOUTH. - - - 'KB.
Pdlliaid Hall ai d 8 Jmu on Mmii 'it-et. tnur
dooi from i;.i!i .ti Nviilc'"
old . ' t--.
PEST H HANDS nrcliJM'., '. i.tl,
KrinrmWr the ."?Hr" 4:1 !
m James Grac.
that the Chk.ahkst i.inl 1 p ty
Staple M Ficy -G?acori;-s
First-Class Dry Gcoos,
OLD RiLiA BLK TiYU E
Cor. Main and Tlii'i: S!'s. fl:t i-;iit.iil!i
.Sti;U alwtips fit sh r.P'! licw. ,.,.a jiri -es
always ar the bottom. Call ?nd convinr..- vcur.
selves. iiit c
(Jood lil'irk, for sal.- as soon j.s i;:;::;c!.
I1HICK Y A V It.
WASHI2STG-TOIT AV V. ,
.u s 1 oPir; !;: r. v.
Veto, Clean, First CLt ";.. 7
onMa'.n Street C'ornt 1 ! r-.i't.. Hal'
Everybody on hand foi fresb.. t tinei :n: .
J. F. BAUftE.ST :
Furnisiies Pr.'Kh, Pui' M!!k
8 iccial call- attenrtoi fi. and ric.-h :.ik
fim MPf row Inniisl.d win 11 wwrted :y
Iu -ho rpir -if t". Hvii"!.!.- Mi::
ON FOURTH 8TIIEET.
GOOI- HA KH
F i r s t - C 1 ii s s Brick,
READY AND FOE SAT.-5!
Will do Contract 7!k aiul Guaran e
J. Ii( .Xb &
15iii3 rSHttiniout:-.. NV:
SuCCeHfOrs to .JI:C i Ap t .J
Again takes charge 0 the uH
ick Liver y Ma?.V"
PI.ATTSMOUTH. - - NE. :Aiv...
The old llonner Slabl' s. In Vlat!- -itot i.. :
Uiw leased by Jtyies i: i;.i.t i.b:av ' i !.
hve on hatid New atitt liai.'ot:ie is'-coiui't"-'
lions, in tb shape of
HOUSES, CARRIAGES, tWUUI,
We are now prepared to ktep Ilo!:cK!i
FOR SALE sTHAD!
An I will
Train and .'rk
Ou Reaot : '.'le T-n:ij.
That with plenty o roon itlint ev ry
kncwK we iiavej ii. our - table, we cr.n ei i- -1
cr stock ami wasoiis, ;iit s of hay, ic. u:i
cover. r ii- ;ii-y ;!t l-enp ,iry.
Tliii...-: 1; ll Hie olil p itit'in ii-- ;:!): r r
ly.weso. mi their trade foi tne futiiir,
th .twecan nccommoii.Je tliem betuti
tfeltei o tlieiii than ei roetore.
PLATTSfilOUT Ml Li.
PLATTSMt"; ' Til , NEB.
c iil:isi:i, iicpii
Flour, Coi n ?utal t Ft a I
Always on hand and iurs-le at io--t
prices. The hisln'sl pr'. !aid Jr t
Corn. Particular atleu::'it nveu a
1 f f-...
- 11 w
ARC PAID rrr.r- ! 'i.Tdab'i i by
roth.rwi... A .H e;u. i-.-
lot.lMerr.. jtli'UKa.if i-at.'..,.
d:4c.-ses vf taukt or V rirv "
lcBis. Under mw tbatunU r" .
tulr.l is incre -f penjia. Vi'
phsit. and depr :?st fasi-r. cr a '.'-'
potmen pet - -
, as . -ra
NO CHANGING CARS
OMAHA Oil I'L.lTTSMOrUI
Where tlitrct connect !i:s are made with
Throng! Sleeping Car Lines
NEW YORK. BOSTON. p;UUU)F.LI'HI.4,
B.4 l.TI MORE, WASHINGTON,
AXD ALL EASTERN CITIES.
jLtIic Slioj't Line
V a PEORIA for
IXD1AXAVOUS. UjUISVILX.E. vrxciy
X.1 77. curtail in.-i;itr(in the
TI! Y. H KMT U.E FIE
Where Pirc-t ronnectlons are made in the
UNION DEPOT with Through tjleepiiiK Car
1-ines Xor all poiuts'.HO ITU.
THE NEW USE FOK
THE i AV0RITE ROUTE FOR
The unein:tleil Iiidueeineuts offered by this
line to 1 r.tvelers and Tourists are as follows :
'Jhe celflnated PtiUinan l-Wtieel Palace
'leepin Cars, run onlv on this line.
P.. & O- Palai-e "Drawitn-Ro(im Cars,
With Hoi ton's ReciinitiK Chairs. No Extra
ClKtijre f ir Seats jn Rt':iiinnj Clialrs.
The famous C, 15. & Q. Palace DniiiiKK'ars.
i'oiueous s:uoKii. Cars, fitted with elegant
IncSi-barke.i Rattan Revolving Chairs, for
tlie exol.isive uce of first-class pastengera.
Fast Time. Steel Rail Track and Superior
Kiuiinieiit cnnliine-l with their drctit Tlinmgh
1 r .trranu' i'ittU. makes this, above all others,
the favorite Route to the
t AST, MOUTH OH HOUTIf-EAMT.
TRY IT. ;fd ou will limt TRAVELING Ji Lux
or;, hiMiead of a Discomfort.
1 :ii :'!-''i Tickets via this celebrated line for
saie a', all oilices in tlie United States and
-4 !i information about Rates of Fare, Sleep
ing Car Accommodations, and Time Tables,
will be cheerfully given by applying to
General Passenger g't, Chicago.
t. J. aTTcii,
General Jlanaer, Chioauo.
GET THE BEST!
LEAD ALL OTHERS!
Every Style & Price.
Isprorenenta and ConTczicnces femi is
TmT Sfele in Every City axtd Tows
la tbe United States.
and by J. R. COX,
Is made lr .i a rini;ie Tropical f?af of Rare
Value, and W .i owitive Itemedy forall the
disease that cause )ains in the lower part of
the body for Torjiid Liver Headache .latin
dice Iizzines. Oravel. Malaria, and all diffi
culties of the liideey. Liver and I'rinary Or
gans. l'iirr-ntn!(- IH-pr.e!s. Monthly Men
struation. "I'd tiiiiini; Preiiiiancy. it has no
equal. II restori1" the nrc.iu tliat mnJie the
bloot. anl iience is l be i-et-l lllooa runner.
Itistheoi.lv kirow n ri-medv that cures that
scoiirve. tfr-lzl" Di;'itse. For I MabeteH,
us'e UaiiKTM KTe !iahftM Cure.
For Sale by lru-.;aii-!s ar.d Dealers at sl.2S
per bottle. l,.;rge-t bottle tn tlie market. Try is.
11. II. W A UNKR & CO., Rochester, N. Y.
tol -il iA
tanrelv of iiwder-
tin FtPSTail l CHFAPFST
:ri!at iu tbe world. It Is tue best
recaa.e t doas not Kum, cut forms a
htghljr poisr-.e4 surface ever the axle.re
auoina fraction and lightening the tlraft.
It ix ilia ch Tpest i it costs no more
than Infer'. brands, and one box wilt do
the work of two of any other Ait Crease
rr.rvSe. It w. tirs eiua;FV as well for Harvesters,
Miil Ue-arijiir, Tlirestiiuj Marbines. Corn-Planters,
'J;-risi-es. b:ifiip, ctc.ets., a4 for Warons. It is
GUARANTEED to contain no Petroleum,
r jr saie by all timt-cw dca'rrs. tW Our I'otkM
CcUifiia of Thutff Worth Knowing maijel Xrse.
MICA MANUFACTURING CO.
31 Michigan Avenue, Chicago. Illinois.
A certsin ettre for ?irvOUfl
rjr Debility, Seminal Weak
tS ness. ImDotence. etc
Tbe Beoipesnsed in try practice for 25 Ysarf
and an llhuitrated book of 60 pares giving tall de
rectione for self-treaUDrmt, cent fr, Aaxlress
'' : v-:u w A R M et a ft " v"A
A complete stock of
Staple and Fancy Groceries
FRUITS, CONFECTIONERY, CIGA.RS AND TOEACCO.
We carry the bi-cet stock of A3f XKD GOODS in tliis City.
W Fine Teas a Specialty,
C. I Malay's "OW BeliaWe". Brand of Baltium Orslers.
(I m Srelhered S'rce In any part oTIlie city.
sswassw in i un nan M laaMaMssasssssssssassaaisejsswsetijisiiiisii i my
' MaaM sissm bimm iai i ISMW i Ma'n I in I
Contain: Pepsin Rhubarb, Mandrake Gentian
And cures Dyspepsia, Loss of Appetite, BilliousncM and nil dcrangcmenU
of the Stomach nrituny from over-vating and driiiVing. Prepared only by
nitOYVX ItlEDICIK AND MXlirACTl7RI. COM
LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. 'd for sale by all UrugRisU.
The Old Grocery &
Although Lection is over we are not done selling goods, by a long shot.
OU WILL FIND AT F.S. WHITE'S ONE OF THE LARGEST AND
PEST STOCKS OF GOODS' OF A LL KINDS IN THE TO WN.
The nicest Green Winter Apples for salt. Over 40O Barrels down Cell
Potatoes by the Car-load, PEACH BLOWS
CASH PAID FOR HIDES FURS, TALLOW, dC, at
F. S. XVIIIT1D'S,
M OrilTO l"OM4A4 tosuri.lf thr Imsamte drmal'l fT Wis b Osflsnlrto, AktkeaUs. tn' Fa's
AutNlO, ntCu Ilb.-tnud Llrt QF PRESIDENT JJl m
USZliSj't nublishtd. A tltrillmp i..iy t I t.i w l, ro trc.nl ofrunty toum. Xm.m M -.f,- 1-1
Ipecvailu fml rrftaraiDg hit Cabin t.Crmttict with Cttklhip Attmpttd Aa'ituitUm, WonArrW mm WTM I D I f
fkil Sursiral Treatment, account ef I eath anl rartitlarof Fniwnl. Ablr written: cmtwIlMhrtii- TJ III III
fntk Ji.rtTTit. 8 so fine llk.nmcs of th Surci xus, (ithiart. Mr.. Girflrlcl. .to. Low pno, Uti tJ III U I U I
Ajr Uts fbstott sclllac book wut. Circulars frts. Literal tonas. Outbl Jit US BCB arf, i r .j.T.r lrTfa
In reserved for
rrO GIVE TSuDBI .A. CALL
I'OUGIIKEKVSIE. N. Y.
ln TIIK lilKKItAl. J ATIOV
Or' WOJIKS, Kxaiuliiatiors for f ntrancf.
Sept. Hth. Cafah'riie.s ont on ap;i!leatlon t
2it8 V. U. ICejrlitrsr.
w- 1 1 - - w'.ttWtil u I . ....
Si w.u a ctnuiiil &air.whukers or Inucist
Is srrtiaii, pr )iio
CI 7 St. Charles Street, St. Louis, Mo.
A rrtiar srslaacs or ttvi Mh.11os1 tilLs, bas twsa
turgor lx.itsU taan aoLhSTphrsiaian ta tit x)uLs.as ,
slir pnp-s sbow.aaJ ijl oii r.lsnt. koo. ephLLs,
tMnarrhofv, Olet, au-loturo, Orciiltia. Rupture .Alt
rtrinary ayvht!H.ij or Mircirisl AiTsctiuna ei
1 hroa'., Skin or vxcj cnrsd rifely, PrlratIy.
iipcriiiMor.-hia Sexual IcV..lity and InijxitncT '
as ttiu rmultc.f 8elf-Abuss, sc-uul sxcrssea In maturaf
jsnrs.orovsr bralnwmk, prtvltioinirnsrTOusnsss.ssiiilii
al siaisxi nn. jbit!t, diranraa of !xlit,dfv-tiTe msia-'
cry, phrahvtl doonr, aversion to sortty nemfnatoa of
f Isns, lofnof soxaul pswer.nVtt lo9,reDtterta XDr
rlavrn 'si-Dropertre Mriaarwii'iycarsd. f.'oncultatioa
i.t o I'Co or br mail Irs an t inriuxL. Pamptilst oos
PU&ip. Medief3f ssai by nn'.l or ipms, Onrss
fiHrsotsetl. Whrs donbt exists tt is trsoiy ststsd.
Pas. I GUIDE!
Ttas whole story, well tIJ, as it Isl-oe to lite, cnthe
foljnwius s-ihjct: Whi tu .y in-.r-y, win not, why.
.l, Vi omannood, JJbSi.-al nv-y. v,ha shonid
manhood. lJbSi.-al rfooty.
s'.irry; h'jr lite a-i I bappinoss may bs iactT'ise l . e!TerU
it! rsiirwwry j fv, ana ovidt mors. 1 bone marrloo
or oonT-POipl'tt'axaitrrloe should rr.d It ths.i rasp oa
dor io-k and key. 23 Cts. tv mail tn money or pr.s-
tn m. HapliBh OrrTriTi French rs.vd an d nnoY.en.
S 1 1 it Weakness, lost M iaiiood, Ne.-OTisoes,
j" in i VTTi Tun ," '"" of He-. Aserslo.i t. Society
Ijlierui m Ksmory n4 t'lsordefS Lrooifht SJ Isy lf-
Abusn. AaydroiarirthssnolrirTmd'.ents. hu Lotus
Oirntlre loHt's. ftl i Ht-Charj.-s, rt. T,o'il, Mo.
705 Chssnut S 8t. Louis, Mo. olJ ofBie,
continues to curs fcpermatorr'lGBa. Bix. Wfltik
riftMS. Impotencs'.ail forma of Byyibli's Oo:ioi-rhoB.
Glet, Urinary or Hluddr di -uasv. Kecnt oaes
eared In a f' ditrs. All the d.seMm x tiling from
eeif-sbas, et.-cjiorexjMware cured for li'e wtta siifs
isdlclne. A.1vLk lrv. ibsriosi lorn. Call or write
ta strict coafi'lecce. vmntoja B.xk for two itimp
r.i arriacecu.de v-,;
Send for out
ter of 1S31. Free to any address. Con
tains full description of all kind of gooda
for personal and family use. We deal
directly with the consumer, and sell all.
goods in any quantity at vho!tale prices.
You can buy better and cheaper than at
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
127 and 220 Wabash rvenue.Chicago.Ill
XrtitUeisi IK7 it 12 3. SU tittvi, 87. 1573, K9.
'HKE Fbjrc;asB in charge of this old aad well know
JL institution are regutsr irraduates tu msdicio sik
i.rcry. Years of ZipsrwnM in tbe treatment rt
CSronio Diseases har ud ibeir .kill and aailitf
inurh suuerior to that of the otdinaT prsctitiooer,
tust ther ha, acquired a national repuiaUoa through
INSSCRm0r1 OR EXPOSU.?! ll
ol ih bioed, sJilat er bfe. JV??:
on eiitiDc principles, without rising Msrcnry or Othf
YOU NC MEN end those of middle as who are
f Y Vss ile lis Til mI in" from omnie wc&lc-
sses that nnfiu Its rlrtlais for basinesa or Blarriaa-a,
perrnsTrently cured, s modess'e expense.
niiii.," "."..".!"-. I .r.i.rr... i. aEM4miu.
t ef miwi IS be uwr4 br aliaU 4Hrisx Wcauwst
IM Irti to y e pt!icie.
S rwu.1 tmtrrtmm trmm Bire .hwiM tmm4 Ome mtrmmt,
MasS tVara i.ierlhl.St. lmir ad..ntace. lib Mtl trwLjF
Oomraoi-'cil n. MrctT NpA'U.lial, .a4 ksl he MUrMlW
IU. Ut TTt. 18 Nertk Itk wLartTLeuU U
'npEr.trMtm.nl of cooapliemto
LACK & CO
m nkz wi
The majority of the ill of Ih ms
hody arle, front a derangement of the
I.lver, aJectiMf hitth the itomaeh mud
botrrlt. Ih ot d In rffrrt a eure, it it
neeeetury to remove tne eaue. Jrregm
fir and Stuj'lilt nrtloi of the. Itotcel;
Hltehe,Slckue tilth Slontach, fain,
in the Hark and f.uhi , rU'., indicate lhat
th Liver it at f't and thai nature re.
quiren ! nr.- -. riu6 tkta organ to
throtr off impurti.f .
PrlvUly A tilt III-ttr at eetpelally
oiMirff for Ih x purpnee. They are
mild in their ucti nt and eff-' lire am m
turn; ar pleasant ! the tnnle and take
entity both thildren and tdnll. Ta
Ice H ami' d n-i ' 'ir rlit't , they e ot
nufenntlr' r" re JJ SpCpsta,
General OeMlltr . iMiniuul Con.
Mlipntlon, Iiir-v-.is-.-iI I(itticr.
etc., etc. .lJi! '- .'trlfi.r iuh
are enperior to n- ulhrr int'lielnet
eleanninq th l-; tl'-rghtv, and
imparliHU new life eurrtjy to th in
valid. It it a mv&i'clste and not a is
IlltOxiCJttllia; l "' rt V.
ASK TOUR LK'sCSIST fua Ph. till sSM tl.TT!r,
and tako ce other. l-I'vICE. (1 0O per IciUe.
Kter ep.03. i co . - s:l: PTon roz:.
St. Ixnil. aod Kansas C.ty. lio.
It Is the result of SfU yrwre eapcTieoce tr i
t xtierimeuts io Huwli.tr Machine, It i
good point vf all yrr-fnl and fofrwier et, and ta
not a " one msn "nr "one " rnajblnn, as otUers
axe. It tiolds I br tef -rls of et bers. and pi.
K'WS txm zu.i wtn.1'1 ligatures aiad coiiveziieQaeic.
It Is larae, Ifiht-eunnin-). nuurlnt, kandsomu, tmm.
mln', Jmratu, suit ir(. Wavrrwafed and
kept In rrpnlr free Itr.i yrnrs. Circulars wiUi
f ull dixcrirtmii ;n.t f.t . .u rriu.t. It !s mirsly ttvs
Nt A trial ul I-rove rt. lloti't foil to eeei (
tfirr yon bny. MAvri ACTL hki fci iUltH-( T
iSACifts t y..j l.Tmt. Ksw. - vitci sr.Ef '
OiO. i". li.S T, tl sjkI i.i Jiuis. t m . .! ,.
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
A Tiotira of yottthfnl Ur.pnxleocs caai-lng I'rtink.
tore lecy, Xerroua DeLiatj, Ist J.'si.IuxkI. eu.
having trird in vain erery known rr-ni-dy. Las die
etwered a simple self cure, which be will send KftlTS
Y I. is iciirrw-rranvTvrs, al trees IL. Nltua,
43 C batliani kt,, . V.'
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