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What Oar Exchanges Say.
The Fairbury Gazette had a special
correspondent at the Yorkt.wn Cen
tennial. Xemaha Granger: In the garden
of Joseph B. Docker roses are in fnll
bloom. That is nice for November
Pacific Junction Gazette: We have
a young man in this community who
can beat the community shucking
corn. James Shannon shuckel HQ
bushels of corn on Thursday of this
week. t)A the Wing farm, for G. W.
Dougherty. He did not commence
until sunrise and finished by half pasi
four o'clock ip the afternoon. He un
loaded the second and third leads; the
first and fourth were unloaded by his
Pawnee Republican: Tracklaying
was completed to Pawnee city last
Saturday, since which time the whis
tle of the locomotive and ringing of
the bell have oeen a constant treat to
our peoplf. Last Sunday a large num
iipr visimd the denot erounds and wit
nessed the tie that binds us to the
progress of the world. The work goes
on rapidly, and this week will see
freight shipped direct to Pawnee City.
tr.A, r..w "Vow Tra: Dr. Collins has
nlaeed uDon our table a specimen of
Uq fln nMter'a clav as we have ever
seen. In boring a well at the refoi m
fhnol farm, thev struck this clay
hont x hundred feet beneath the sin-
face, and have bored a hundred feet
ir,fnit Thev are now two hundred
and one feet deep, and still in the clay.
This bed of clay can be reached ly
drifting into the bluff. We wou d
call xttention to those familliar with
the pottery business U this as a prob
ably valuable diecovery.
We had the good fortune while on
a recent visit to our sister city of
Beatrice to inspect the new school
building erected by Prof. II. . Blake,
late of the State Normal School.
found the building to be very pleas
antU located in a corner of the I ro
fesser's garden. A double row of trees
in front and other surreunding3 im
part an air of home-like comfort rare
ly seen in connection with schools.
The building is divided into two
rooms, in both of which care is taken
that the licht shall fall over the left
shoulder of the pupil according to the
uiKi.ua r'iommended by skilled oc
culists. The means of ventilation are
penect. consisting f traps connected
with a shatt for letting out the pois
onous gases which sink to the Hor.
Two ventilators in each re om let id
the outside air in a curved current,
avoiding direct draught, and one of
these in each roem is behind the stove
that the air may be warmed before
circulating. In the center of each
lofty ceiling there is an opeu space
covered with netting, thus causing a
continual current toward the windows
in the attic Wy more Reporter.
i'i,i!,n,! ivianii PHwmer ProTe to
AUTJ VH I iiuu - a -
be the Morions Ed. Maxwell, of
The facts concerning the arrest of
Ed. Max well, t he Y isconein desperado,
in Hall county, by Sheriff Killian, of
n-., ni TuImiu! iiavn been iriven The ue-
.,i.ii. .n'a ai,on;:ii disnatches. ana in a
ULIHI LLUU J dj-vv.
Kiionhil to The Republican this morn
a . i ... .i - Ilia
ing it is statea iiiat me pnauucj.
been identified beyoad doubt by an
e.licer from Pepin county. Wisconsin,
and two brothers named Cole
man, who had a brother (au officer)
killed by the Maxwell brothers. AI
onzo Maxwell, who escaped while
Killian was engaged in capturing Ed.,
is still at large.
The history of the crime with wni.n
these men are charged is a remarkable
one, as is also that of their ascape aad
the circumstances connected with it.
On the 10th. of July last Miltoa A.
Coleman, under sheriff of Durant,
Wisconsin, and his brother, Charles
Coleman, ex-sheriff of Pepin county,
were shot and killed by the Williams
brothers, two well-know desperadoes
rhrtm tuv were endeavoring to arrest.
A po?se of thirty armed men pursued
the murderers, with the intention or
lynching them if they had caught
them. On the 27th. of July, the men,
still being searched for, were sighted
and called upon to surrender, but they
answered by opening on the posse.
They were at this time in Eau Galle
woods and the pursuit was continued
with redoubled vigor, six noted Indian
scouts and thirty bloodhounds accom
nanvine the company of I.udington
cavalry, two hundred men. lhe most
nitriiso excitement prevailed but the
search continued without success until
about two months ago. when a man
supposed to be Lon Williams was ar
rested. He denied his identity with
themurderer, and stated that his name
was Wm. Kuhl. He also asserted that
on the date of the killing he was
working for a farmer at Hamilton,
Illinois. There has been a great con
test ever the supposed identity of
Kuhl and Lon Williams, alias Max
well, which was still pending when
the affair at Grand Island was tele
graphed to Pepin county, Wisconsin.
The deputy sheriff of Popin county ar
rived at Grand Island last evening.
Kuhl, the man meutioned aoove, was
released two or throe days ago. Rep.
Electric Light oa Grey's TeakHead
log off Manitoba Storms.
- Seienoa moves with ueh gigantic
stride nowaday that it is almost lm
nnibi to follow its startling pro-
wM.a the. human mind is fairly
dazed with its sudden and bewildering
annonncements. Edison is breaking
o n-,nania that heretofore boasted
nrinceU revenues, as though they were
w .nin hnbbles. and now it is pro-
ml the ereat northwest
LVOVVl W v v a-o w
m f Arm-rant T itself. General Hazen,
v,!.e f tha TTnited States Signal Srv
ice at Washington, has decided to erect
unon Grev's Peak a newly invented
electric light device, which will an
nounce to observers within a radius of
1.000 miles any storm within a distauco
of 1,500 miles. The light will issue
from a quadrilateral revolving turret,
showing white, blue, light and dark
green colors: white indicating clear
weather; blue, windy ; light green, rain,
.irir ct.-ati- snow. Distance wm
k i.iratd bv the number of revolu
: - minnt. a difference of 100
miles being indicated by each ten rev
elations. An instrument invented,
some two years ago by Tiffany A Co.
New York, for measuring the milea
traveled by pedestrians, has been in
geniously improved so as to note the
evolutions of thelight. while a dia
gram and table of distances, prepared
R G2al Hazen. will enable the ob
server to determine in a few second
ftm weather at anv point within a eir
df S i 00l miles kcross. taking Grey's
PCWor1 Vp'mhis wonderful enter
will be wmplei T wiU
Yhe old stone Ubin aud
be used h. the mechanics q
fouHdauon . - a d k
: t a
..,ant.t.tfo feet hijn na .
ngine rooms of Col. French's new
concentrating mill, by a self-acting
aerial tram to the top of this derrick
and from thence will be carried on
wires, like ordinary telegraph messag
es, to the turret on Groy'o Peak. A
rough test was made a few nights ago
by means of a revolving bear-barrel,
with colored glass side, raised 800 feet
above the peak. The workmen engag
ed on the n Loveland Pass tunnel,
through whose courtesy the barrel was
emptied immediately before, wore en
abled to see not only 1,50 miles, but
1,500 or 1,600 ranges of mountains, and
many other things besides. There is
no doubt of the success of the under
taking, and before New Year citizens
between the Mississippi and the Pacif
ic will be enabled to calculate the
weather at least two weeks ahead. Col.
French's steam engine will only be
used till spring, when the government
will erect two immense electric gener
ators of its own, one at the Kelso cab
in, on the Atlantic sljpe, and one at
the Pacific end of the Atlantic-Pacific
tunnel. Georgetown Miner.
Flashes of Fashion.
Flashes or Fashion. We are in
debted tO MK8SK3. EllRICH BROS. Of
New York, for the following note on
the fashions for the coming winter
season, extracted from advance sheets
of their magazine, the Fashion Quar
terly. The holiday number of this
popular lauiea' Journal is to be issued
very shortly, and promises to be the
best that has appeared for some time.
It will contain, besides the usual no
tice of the winter fashions, an unusu
ally full account of all the latest
novelties, in the way or uiinstmas
Dresents for old and young. Most of
our readers know the Fashion Quar
terly of old, and have learned its value
as a guide in all that appertains to
shopping." To those to whom it is
still a stranger we would simply say
that it is the best and most authorita
tive purchaser's manual published, and
is likely to be of special use at this
season when au trie worm is oeginwing
to think of genial Christmas time, and
wnt to know what they shall give,
where they can get it, and how much
they oueht properly to pay for it. The
pablishers are Ehrich Bros., of Eighth
Avenue, New lork, and the price is
only hity cents per year or rour nura
Pale bondes cannot wear gray.
Linen cuffs are things of the past.
Jet bangles remain in high fashion.
Puffs in the arm hole are occasion
Very long pile plush is much tised
Feather turbans are revived to a
New Derbies have low crowns and
no roll to the brim.
Untrimmed striped skirts will con
tinue much worn.
Ombre (shaded) stockings come in
all the new colors.
Hunting jackets in new forms con
tinue to be fashionable.
The hair is dressed close, fiat, and
with very little lluiimess.
Cuffs are made very deep, some
times reaahing almost to the elbow.
All kinds of lace are fashionable,
but Spanish lace takes the lead,
Yokes and collars simulating yokes
appear en many imported costumes.
Granite cloth is one of the hand-
Roint-st tauues shown lor suiiings.
Coronet bands and cmbs set with
Rhine crystal will be much worn.
Many large pokes are trimmed with
a wreath of flowers within the brim.
Velvet, plush and fur bands will all
be used for trimming mid-winter
The majority of bonnets have very
wide strings, but some haye nar
In mercantile invoices, all large bon
nets ace classed as pokes, small ones
Moire will be much used in combin
ation with cashmere and other woolen
Cshmeres and cheviots continue to
be leading fabrics for ordinary wear.
Bangle linsjs have pendants in the
form of padlocks, horse shoes, bells
Among the new watch trinkets and
charms, the wishbone in gold and
silver is seen.
Loose twisted chamois leather and
undressed kid gloves are as much
worn as ever.
Copper and brick dust shades are
growing deeper and darker as the
D?r!v felts under new names and
on:y 3tigntiy aiuerent iorms, win
agiip be worn.
IVaked or pointed bodices with
gathered scarf panier draperies will
be much worn.
It takes very little striped novelty
goods or plush to renovato a half-worn
Even when skirts are round and
clinging in effect, the draperies are ex
Floral decorations, either of real or
artificial flowers, are coming in vogno
for wedding cakes.
Heavy double box-pleated rucbings
adorn the bottom of the skirt of many
Rhine crystal ornaments are now
made so verv fine as to simulate dia
monds wonderfully well.
Large collars are worn by children
girls in their teens, young ladies, mat
rons and elderly ladies.
Red paper fishes with blue eyes an
the latest novelty in Japanese hanging
ornaments for rooms.
Pietty fancy aprons are made o
silk, satin and moire with trimmings
of lace and artificial flowers.
Broad Byron collars, trimmed with
Tunis lace laid on over the linen to
look like embroidery, are worn.
All sorts of felt, plush, and furry
bo.tver hats and bonnets will be worn
but pokes are the first favtfrites.
One or the most- effective stripes in
new colors in of orange with hair lines
Lecturo uiort the rhinoceros: Prof.
I must ber vou to cive rao your un
divi'Ied attention. It is absolutely im
ncssible that vou can form a true iilca
of this hideotis nnimal unless you keep
your eyes fixed rn i:im.
A sick mnn has been granted rermis
gion to have straw laid aowrn before his
door. Yesterday his opposite neigh
bor, who is a banker, comes in to see
"I hare to ask aa immense favor,
lhe visitor says; "will yoa have that
"Bnt I cannot; my physician orders
I will have yonr windows eIked by
the most expensive system; only have
tho straw taken away."
"But why F
"The company of which I am presi
dent has paid no dividends for the last
two years. People say it is att?ie point
of death, at;d. don't you see, if they sea
straw in the street, tboy'll be snre its
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BI TBI WOMAS'S CHBI8TIAX
"For Gad. and Home, and Native Land.
A Voice from Kansas.
The following letter from' "Gov.
St. John to the Woman a Christian
Temperance Union in convention at
Washington, D. C. was read before
that body Oct. 27, 1531, ana oraereu
printed for general circulation:
Topeka, Kansas. Oct. 22, 1831.
Woman's Christian Temperance Un
ion: Knowing that you are soon to par
ticipate in the proceedings of The
Wetnan's National Christian Temper
ance Uuion, shortly to convene at
Washington, I have thought proper
to briefly state to you the result of
prohibition, so far, in this state.
As you are aware, our constitu
tional amendment in prohibiting the
manufacture and sale of intoxicating
liquors in Kansas, was adopted by a
vote of the people at the general elec
tion in November. 1880, and the law
to enforce it waa passed by the Legis
ture in February, 1881, and took effect
the first day of last May. I have re
ports from nearly every county in the
State, which show that with the ex
ception of the cities of Atchison,
Leavenworth, Toptka, and Dodge
City, the law is not only working well,
but, as a whole, is a grand success. The
whisky-ring pay for, publish and cir
culate reports to the effect that pro
hibition in Kansas is a failure, and
point to Leavenworth, Topeka, Atch
inson and Dodge City, as proof of the
fact. These reports fail to state that
the cities above named contain only
about one-twentieth of the population
in Kansas, and that in the other nine-teen-twentieths
prohibition against the
Manufacture and sale of intoxicating
liquors is as effectual in suppressing
th9 evil at which it is aimed as is any
other law prohibiting crime.
We are getting a splendid immigra
tion now; the best in quality that the
State has ever had. The increase in
the assessed valuation of personal
property in the State i3 a little over
four millions greater f.or the year
1SS1 than for any year previous, and
our people were never tso prosperous
and happy as they are to-day.
Newton, a city of 3,00 population
and the county seat of Harvey county
In this state, has not had a case of
drunkenness in the police court Bince
the first of last May, and the district
court for Harvey county that was con
vened there last week, for the first
time since the county was organized,
has not a single criminal case on the
docket. Every city officer in the city
of Olathe, has signed a statement set
ting forth that under prohibition,
which has really been in force in that
city since January 1, '78, the financial
and moral condition of the city has
greatly improved; the streets and
sidewalks are in a much better condi
tion; the trade of the city has greatly
increased, and that with a population
of at least 2,500, the city has no po
licemen and need3 none, lhe city mar
shal alone performing all the police
duty of the city which does not occu
py half his time. There is rarely a
cu3e in the police court; th calaboose
is without inmates, and that any prop
osition looking to a return to the old
system of licensing dram-shops, would
be defeated by a vote of at least 2 to 1.
This statement or the oiccers is in
dorsed by all the ministers and a large
majority of the business men of the
city : and the county attorney adds
that what is said of the success of pro
hibition in the city of Olathe holds
good throughout the county of John
son. Cttawa makes substantially the
same showing, lu i'arsons, with
5,000 population, the lecords show 47
cases for drunkenness before the po-
ice court during the last five months
ander the old license system, against
only ten cases during the first five
months under prohibition, Winlield
in Cowley county, a city of 3,000 pop
ulation, shows 21 cases of drunkenness
in the police court during the last five
months under the license system, and
only 3 cases during the first five
months of prohibition; and it is safe
to say that Parsons, Winfield, Ottawa,
Newton and Olathe, are a fair repre
sentation of a large majority of the
towns and cities of the state, .
Even in the rum cursed cities, pro
hibition has been a blessing. The last
four months under license shows 102
cases for drunkenness, in the Leaven
worth police court against only 78
cases during the first four months un
der prohibition. During the same
period iu Topeka, license furnished
159 eases for drunkenness, and oniv
i)2 casts were before the police court
under prohibition, while in Lawrence,
where the law has been only partially
enforced, there were, of all grades, 214
cases in the police court during the
last Lve months or license, against
only Ib9 cases during the same period
of prohibition. But the record in our
penitentiary, it seems to me is conclu
sive proof of the beneficial results of
the law in this state. For ten years
or more, the population in that insti
tution continued to increase until it
reached 723 an December 30, 1880. I
have compared the number of prison
ers sent to the penitentiary during the
first eight months of 18S0 under li
eense, with tr.e number sent there
during the first eight months of 1881
under prohibition, and find the result
to be 204 in 18S0 against 100 in 1881,
My opinion Is that any proposition
to return to the old system of licens
ing dram-shops would be defeated in
this state by at lea:it 75,000 majority.
and if the women could vote and I
wisn iney could the rum power
wonld be buried without hone of res
Trusting that God may abundantly
bless the good cause everywhere, I am
V ery truly yours,
JOHN P, ST. JOHN.
Some interesting uut&us concerning
tho babits of Esquimaux dogs are giv
en by Dr. Bessel. The instant "halt"
is callel by the driyer, the do throw
themselves to the ground with their
snouts between their fore paws; they
rise again to stretch, and then lie down
again at once. Two Newfoundland
dogs, which belonged to the Polaris
pack, gradually assumed similar hab
its, but before lying down they always
turned round and round in their resting-place,
like all dogs except the Es
quimaux breed, for the author never
saw an Esquimaux do do this. Mr.
Dnrwin, as will be remembered, has
explained this habit of turning round
before lying down, invariably to be ob
served in domestio dogs, as a snrvival
of the instinct of the wild ancestor,
which leads him to form a bed in the
grass by this means.
Every one has heard of the extraor
dinary voracity of the Esquimaux dogs;
they will even sometimes snap otf a
piece of their roaster's flesh if careless
ly exposed. One day. on board the
Polari, the porcelain door-handlo of
one of the cabins fell off, with tire usnal
square rod of iron attached to it. Five
or six of the loS nmdo a rush at it,
theru was a moment-try struggle, -the
dogs ww hastily driven away, bat Hie
door-kj:ob wns already swallowed. The
dog that ate it was none the worw, nor
the handia &hr-t in
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Pastilles. They have worked UKp a charm on me. lam
fust twice aa much ot a man as I was before taking. I
WM on the vergeof the grave, I tboeght, and there waa
ao cure for me. but now I am in good hopes for a core.
West Vlrtdnla, Any. 5. 1879. I received ymtr medi
al as and I believe it baa cured roe, for which I am very
thankful. Inclosed find ti Please send me another
box So. 21 for a friend. Toe have done a great thin
for me. I will send yog all the orders 1 can.
From a Physician and Surgeon.
Klesonri. Jane 38. Please forward me anether box
of the Pasuliea. The patient oa whom 1 have om d
moat of one box. In addition to a sample box, is fast
recovering, and I think another will set him ail rieht.
From a Druggist.
Maryland, Sept. 3.T9. Last J anuary we got a bog of
your Remedy for one ofonr customers, and it has made
a perfect cure of him. We bave another customer now
Sagarins in the same way, azxd wish one No. 3 box.
E 3 C5 rt F lnc!u!!r)j Shooting Outfit.
'A !-?LiA!rycr dm Warranted;
Wagon, Hnggy, Mccliine and I'lon ' r-
pairing, aivl general joshing
1 am now prepared to u.i all khids ot r - pun . i i
or tarm ana otner rtiic;ruery, ine.t,
is a good lattii'. in my siiop.
The old Reliable Wasron Make r
has taken charge or the wcpwi kIjov-
He is well known as a
NO. 1 WORKMAN.
Sfew Wajrons anil !lu;rtit-t u:uf
SATISFACTION r,V AKANTKEU.
Shop on Sixth street ovpite StreSaht's f-ts j:e
Retail Liquor Dealer,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
PLATTSMOUTII, - - - N1.C.
Billiaid HhII and 8aloon on Mam Strett. fur
doors from Sixth at Neville's
BEST BRANDS OF CIGARS,
" r 9
WIU US, &C.
Remember tUe-'Xaotc unU "Is.
JCST OPENED AC? A IX,
.Yew, Clean, First Ciu.?s M-ot
onMain Street Corner 01 5tii. I
Everybody on Hand lor iresu
teiiiit-i uira: .
BOMS' BRICK YARD.
In the renr of tue Bonnor .Sr.
ON FOUR! I STREET.
irst-Class B r 1 1 K
READY AND FOE SALE.
Will do Contract Work and Gurtr.;iii.-6
j. ijons & so:,
15m3 Piutsimut,u. -"-
Successors to Joiie & .:
Again takes charge of th
Brick Livery Stable
PLATTftJlOLTH, - - N r.li U Arn A .
The old noniier Stables, in ri:tt?!::f ! i.
now leased by Jones & Kikf -r.b.ii-v &: i ii,y
hve on hand New and jiiiimnoiiit a v'oim:t
tions, in the shape of
HORDES, CARRIAGES, RUGGTLS,
SADDLE HO HUES.
We are now prepared to keei' 'lot: TS
FOR SALE oTRADEI
Train and Break Celte
On Keaeonabl Terms.
That with plenty of room Uiat
ers' stock and wagons, 1o;m of hay, .
cover, wliere they will eep cry.
Thar.ki'.iK all tho old p:T!ons lor their lib i
ty. we solicit their trad ir i!u- fuii-e, eatulied
tu;itwecaii accommoi'ite them belter
better by them than ever before.
JOXES & EIKNBATiY.
PLATTSMt iUTII, KEB.
Flour, Corn Meal & Feed
Always on hand and fcr sale at lowest cash
The Inchest prices paid for Whe-t :
Particular attention given custom w .
ever discovered, an it ie certain in Its i-IIect
and does not blister. Ale excellent for hu
man Uesh. HEAD PROOF BELOW.
Li, t. foste::.
Youngstown. Ohio, Muy t';t?'
DR. R..I. Kf.ndai,l.v;o.. uen s : -I :
very valuable Hainbletoniau eolt which I , iuctX
verv lustily, he iuut a lrge bone sp-jviv on ere
Joint and a small one o. lhe otht'r v. hich in.. t
111 in very lame ; I had him under i'ie inaigf" of
two veterinary surgeon which faiird to re
him. I wa one day rt..d!n,; the ;tiertiHr r.r (.t
ot Kendall's Spavin Ciae in the hi:o ;
pr?s, I determined at fnce to trv it. il.ev r
dered three bottles; I took them all ;!!
thouglil I would give it a thorough trial, ; .--d
it according to d;recti"iis s;tid tt:e fomtii (l -y
the colt ceased to be l.vne. ar.d tut lamiis 1. a
disapjearrd. I used "t one bottle ui.i'e
colts limbs are as fie fimi Inii'.iS ?i:: .A
smo4ili as auy horce in ihe state. Il is ti.i :.-
ly cured. The cure was so rt niark'b''- J.ii- I
let two of my neighbors have jciuaii
two bottles, who are m ' nsin it.
I,. T. FOSTEii.
ON HUMAN KLKSH.
Fatten' Mills, Wash. Co.. S. Y. 1 c b. 21 K-"i.
Pr. B.J. KfNDALL, liearSir: th-i i"it; -lnr
case on which I usei! your Kciu!ui!'. tin:n
Cure was a malignant h.nUU Fpraii' it' xi' ?n
months stuiidim;. 1 ha: tried many thu. , Ir. t
in vain. Your Spavin l ure put ttie loot t tl:e
f:roiind acaiii, anl tor t'ie C;t tiwf i.'ce r,
n a natural po.sition. l"r a faulty lini.iifai. :t
excels anything we eve.- useJ.
i:kv. m. p. belt
Pastor of M. E. ChurcK Patten's M:ils. N". i -
Kendall's Spavin Cure.
Send address for Illustrated Circular w iii-jh
we think; gives postive pro. ot its virtue . Va
remedy haa ever met w.ih such unquniifi' -eesa
to our knowledge. Tor het a? v. it s
Price $1, per bottle, er ss tettles lor r. 'l
Pnnxlt have It or can irer it for ynn r ,t
will le sent to anv addi n rereii. 'f v-ru-i
by the proprietor. l
Knosbnrg Falls. Vt.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGIST
RE PAID Trr8ntiitr:sll4l'T aici"
diOlMS ct Lrs or Variaeoe elae -it
ti-Jed to aa iaenaJ of ptauoa. V iuew. '- -
SL..;jH. ,.J Hour f. A' : . .odrJ.
P. H. FITI
A. G. . ffATT!
L. I 7 1 . rtfl V V
THE MOST SCC ES-SH Ii UEJ: ":i
I w Awm rvri
i.lllll (art rill rr--
WO CHANGING OARS
03IA1I1 OK PLATTSMOI7TII
Where direct connections are made with
Through Sleeping Car . Lines
NEW YOKK. KOSTO.V. rHHII.DELPHI,
11.4 LTDIO RE, A .Sill N( JTO N'.
AND ALL EASTERN CITIES.
T7ie SKoi Ltrte
Via FEORIA for
IND1AXAPOLIS. LOUISVILLE, CATIA-
XATI, and till point-lin the
THE BEST MXR FOK
Whero Direct .Coniit'Ctioii.s sire nade in the
UNION DEl'OT Aviili Tliiou-ii sleeping far
Liues for js.11 .oinrs;fOt'TJI.
THE SEV LINE FOR
THE FA VOU II E ISOUTE FOK
The iinequa'etl iiulureineuT offered by this
line to 1 ravel.'is and Tourists are as follows :
The eelehrated Pullman la-Wheel Palace
Meepiiirj: Cars, run oulv on this line.
C. li. t l. Palace Draw iiifj-ltoom Cars,
Wish Horton's Kt-eliniuir Chitlr-. No Extra
t harue for Sents in lit-clinu! Chnirs.
The famous C, J!. & Q. J'ai'ace Dining.Cars.
Gorjreous SaioHins Cars, fitted vith eh'gant
hifrli -backed iidttaii Pevol vin Chairs, for
the exclusive line of first-class passengers.
Fast Time, Slecl U;tfi Track and Superior
Eiiuipment combined w ith their Great Throiiuh
Car Arraiigrmeitt, makes thi", above all others,
the favorite Konte to the
JiAST, SOUTH OK HOUTII-EAST.
TRY IT, and vou will find TRAVELING , Lux
ury instead of a Jiisennit'ort.
sale at all oflices
i via tins celebrated line for
in the United btates and
lli information about Kates of Fare, Sleep
ing Car Accommodations, and Time Tables,
will be cheerfully given l y applying to
(Jeiieial Passenper x't, Chicago.
T. J. POTTEU,
Ceneral Manager, Chicago.
GET THE BEST!
LEAD ALL OTHERS!
Every Style & Price.
Xaprovemeats &zi Ccnrenioacea fcuii ia
a?v Sale in Every City and Towi
- is tlie United States.
and by J- R- COX,
Is made lrom a amipift Tropical Leaf of Rare
Value, and is :t ! five Kemedy for all the
lieaie that cause nains in the lower part of
the boeiv for Tonil Liver Headache" Jann
dice Dizziness. Oravel. Malaria, ami all dim
eulties of the Kiilucvs. Liver ami trinary Or
paiif. For fr2Kal?"Iieaex, Monthly Men
struation, and during lTesnancy. it has no
equal. It restores the orsraii that make the
blood, and hence is the be-t liloort Parlfler.
It is the nnlv known remedy that cures that
court:". Iti'ishf'H lH-:tst. Fr.r Diabetet.,
ure U arner w t-is.r libls ( are.
For Sale by imiujito ul Dealer at
per bottle. Largest bottle in the market. Iryit.
II. II. WAUKEK & CO.. Rochester, S. Y.
ed Mica or Tmiiiriami, is
CC1T nrM CHEAPEST
rabricatcT in tbe world. It is Ua best
hkrMn it rirwi n.-t mm. out. forms a
hlKtily pollsheet surface ever the axle, re
duoin ; friction and Ifghterlng the draft.
It ia tne cheapest lcatir it costs no more
than Inferior brands. ar.l cne boivl do
the wor of two of any otnor Axle Crease
made. ItsjMrwets cqi'a- 8 wc.l for l?o.rjeto.
Mill GariDir, Thresluutr I.tachir.'M.Cr.ni-PiaDt.irs.
(arriae-s, B-nrei-". etc.,et . as for Vaawti. It is
For sale by all ijrst-cliH ci-Alcn. tar" Our PM
Cyclopedia of Thing W--r n Knrmrui mailea lite.
MICA MANUFACTURING CO.
31 Michigan Avenue. Chicago. Illinois.
A certain cure ior envus
Debility, Seminal Weak-ntcct-
tv miiTuu .awl i.i mv nmuiica for 26 Yeartl
... i n r. i,inl.V,i.il fvntr rvf eo naeea eivlns fall di-
Ki;nn firr !M-iT-tr!tiri-nt- ?ftnr rree. Awrwm
m- 1 mm t 14 m II
T V l A SsJg' Compo!ed
I t V. S-l vVCa',arfre!y of lowder
1 k V I ,vl TaB3Vl UTica or Imiiirlass. is
m- n 1 1ST
A complete ftock f
Staple and Fancy Groceries
FRUITS, CONFECTIONERY, CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
We carrv the InV-c-t stock of CANNED GOODS in this City.
W Fine Tern a Specialty,
C. S. Haltty's "Old ReliaWe" Brand of Baltimore Oysters. '
KP-CASH PAID FOE lu FOZDTJCE!.- J
fool Ocliveica Tree in any part ofllif lty.
1 1 ll
Contains Peosin. Rhubarb,
" a is i.- ' x a.
e 9 -
And cures Dyspepsia, Loss of Appetite, Billiouanes. and all derangement.
of the Stomach arising from overrating and drinking. Prepared only by
BKOUX MEDIC1XK AXD MAXrFACTUI.IXO CO
I FSVEhWOBTH. KANSAS. "J ''o' "' " DiU.
V"m ."I "Tef
IFo So ' W -lfflll
The Old Grocery
Although Lection is over we are not done selling goods, by m lon- shot.
OU WILL FIND AT F:S. WHITE'S ONE OF THE LARGEST AND
BEST STOCKS OF GOODS, OF ALL KINDS IN THE TOWN.
The nicest Green Winter Apples for
Potatoes by the Car-load, PEACH BLOWS
CA 67 PA ID FOR HIDES FURS, TA LLO W, dC, at
.M S. IVIUTJU'S,
Yf UIHCU lllusl
account of I?atti anl pnrticti!ar-i of
vitk orfrnU. al" tine l-fceno.Mes of the Snr';
ur the feii4 eliintf bok ut. Circular life.
esie to supply Ui Imiarnw demand fnr tie nnlr Oomptele, AtMftetttte. bbFsb
TO GIVE THEM -A. O-A-XjX
POUOIf KE EPS I E. X. 1'.
FOR THK jlttV.KU KIl'JATIO'
OF 3iICX. KxHiuiuHtiors for entrance
Sept. l lth. Catalogues seiit on iipvlieatioti t
2318 XV. L. UKAS Jtesistiar.
il person who will utiM u uav
91. when a new icruwiavl Hmu, BUkers or ilmtUmCUm
Is ncumily prtartnrd.
Wuieraiuu U Co., Clinton j?laoe, Hew
k a rj ia trb
ear H taca i
617 St. Charlfs Street, St. Louis, Mo.
A regular srr.-ia 'e or i-x M!.licl tV.ov, Una Iwo
loajrjr lorato-i tliiui a.-T o'vherl'hrsi' i fct.l ouls.ra
itv p,!er3 Bho,ntl ail old rstf1otikoo. Eyrhilt.
GonorrhcK raif,t.btr:tT are. Orchitis. Kupt-are.ail
Uriuiu-y Bphihtw or lilcrtru.rll Aflucl.ons ea
Throat. Skla or vn-a cnreI tj. fel;-, i rivrtnly.
eerniat jiT-h"n.6esual Kobility ancl Iin.ctneT
as tb reci' t of Sn'f-AbasiJ'. w.-iunl tic' in raiitrr
yecrrarro'ver liraixiwo;-k, proi icicrirvoanpp,smin-.
a! einissio'.is, dVolilt, dimao-w of sl.;ht.rtelwila mem
ory, jtiyHlci'.l tppay, averjiT lo ntciott txir.fualon of
licit, losol fexa.il pwor,nii:t loioes.reodarlriK mtr-rla-ro
it office r br null l'w nii lriTitn:L Pamphlet ou
st&ip. 'o-'i-lae9 Hnfe by mail or express. (?ur9S
ynariiated. ,.'hm!tl!bt -xit It lsiajll7 statod.
pfXEs. QUI DEI
Thi' wholi-H-.rjr, well Villi, ns it Is true to ,ife, oa the
f lUo'.rtns ljxjta: Xfno m-.r ni"irrr, wbo not, why.
Mai.hiK.il, VViii-aanh'KKj.Phys'iial decay. Who should
nrry ; ht-t life aa 1 liiippi" uayi lacrassd ; ffrti
wl celiiwcy an i bxoe, and nv.ry mom. Thoie marrU-J
orcoDtmp!tttui.j njarriaisliouJ road It thsa kse ua
darlookani key. 23 Ct3. by irn.ll in monayorpos
tacn. Eagliflh QgrmBn French rvd and rrrK))t'n.
lr V, ohkijo, isrt Maoooi!. r.orroaim-i.
iK-tiva Manory and L'isordeM ro-Jht on hj rW.ir.
Abuse. AnydrntrTlBtbtisthalr.-fdlent ht. Xxiuia
CnraMye 1 wt .MiPt.Charis. Pt. I oils. Mo.
705 Chennut 8t, St. t.oulv oiflTS?
oootlniies to cure BpermaU-rrnosa Seminal Weak
jiea,laiiot6ncy,6!l foriascf Syphll'j Oouorrbcoa,
deot, Urinary or Bladtler diso&et I. Kijoent cases
anred in a few days. Allthe diseases rt.salt.lnii from
aelf-ubase, ei"l'sorxponre ourad for life with safe
asdielne. Ad.loe fro. CiarBS low. t'iil or write
la strict coaflrfenoe. fcymptom Boos: for two stamp
EViARRl ACE GUIDEV&8S
Send fo out
No. 3, r-r
Fall anlV': li
ter of 1831. Freetoanyadflreos. Con
tains full description of all kinds ot gooes
for personal and family upc. We deal
directly with the consumer, and f-eil all
goods in any quantity at Kholctale price.
Yoa can buy better and cheaper than at
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
27 and 229 Wabaah Avenue,Chicago,Ill
q & siy u u
ZiUlVMi 13iT it 12 IT. 6U Street, ST. 1(3.
ijjl Physicians in charira of this old sad well too
inMitnuon are regular graduates ia nraicuia ant
nrffrT. x ears 01 aixpeniaiiow in iu umiuu
Cfcronlo tiseaaea ba.e made their skill aod atnlitj
ro much superior to that of tha ordinary practitioner,
that they bar acaaired a national reputation, through
their treatment or cororl''atd enses.
of the tlXXl. akin ar ssott, tteated with success,
oa ciM.uae principles, without uaui Msrenry or othex
1 aAii rTi m
1 Medicinee una at moaeraie eawuas.
nees that unfits lta ylrtiras for bnsinesa or marriage,
permnntly rnred. a moJewt axpanse.
LI, l ot auteton, l. h. mm4 by patnats essuing a-satasas
alieil ff, to ny m44rm o spplir.iioa.
u4laniMMUHtalMriimliK, lit. aata temm.0
Core man ir31.-.n nl J caaMseuaW a 14 0H . .rlrW,4
1 fl KtUO'
sale. uver zju is.irreis uown teuaj
Lit P at7 PRPCinffNT
Uv r"jjf irdin ol'Mt-nriiff to fame. f.
i(7. Attrmvtt'l A Httti Agination. Wonder
Fnoentl. AUf wnttto: rmblliabed
Xli - d. i:nffii Id Low rrlc. hu Hir.M
ttru.8. Uutl.t&Oo. JO US UtlLSmtl t WUvfeU
n iu , no
' 1',? r"'' ,.
The majority of the ill uftti hutnm
body arise from a tlrangnint of the
Klver. effect in J . the gtomaeh mmd
boirrla. In ortlr to effect n cure, it tm
nrcettary to remote tne eaue. Irregu
lar and Sluggish action of the Bowtle,
Headache, Sick nm attheStom ach, fain.
In the Hack and f.olnt, etc., indicate thnt
the Lirer it at fault, and that nature re
quires anai stance to enable thle organ to
throw off iutpurlti..
Irlelil v ASfl Hitters nre especially
compounded for thin purpose. They are
mild in their action and effeettee am a
cure; are jile.atattl to the tnntennd taken
easily Iff Ituth thlldi en at.dadulle. Ta
ken acrordin'i ? ttirectio-is, they are mi
safe a n d-p ra xa 1 ctt re for IJ y(S pe ! I
C.esiersl uekilily.irntoitnal Con
stipation, iiliseaHftl KlcTnejn,
etc., etc. -lool lnriflerAy
are muperior to a tit other medicine t
elemntina the system i:,t,rauihly, and
Imparting new life and energy to the In
valid. It it a mt-dicliic ot not am
ASK TOUR CSBQaiST fCI fRICtlT k XXlXll,
and take do other. FE.1C E. 1 OO par Bottle.
1IYER EP.C3. & CO.. - ::LE rRCPP.IFTOW.
t. Totiic tr!d KnM City. Ua
It i the rr.iilt of i0 renr extrrifttr fi'l
exi3-in-K-iitH in Kowir.a- Marnmeo. t cwNia.a
goAp-Ant of all nr"nl and Jtner mMhet, sr.d is
BSt"onriin")r" one idea " me oh 1 aei, as othwrs
are. It eyei la f be rt( ferte ef ot hre, and p3e
wa m and mW1 features and y -D ves leoeea.
It la UMrtft, UqhUewsning, ', sumdenwi, mmm.
ai, dwaijim, and in,pt. nrranled smst
kept t n rrnn lr free for li ye r. "irrolars with
f ulldeacriptu a ;ntfroon riut. itte
tt. A trial rvlU
t fall te sr It
Yici t tr Tmi In? v. W
,Iii MCTi ti) et LORKKCZ-
MACH'IN E ..l-"krence, Masa. ; wnci kkaleo rv
G0. P. BEUX, fcl a-d fJJwwi St . ' Vir-;-,. ?"
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
ATiatimof youthful impmdeDce csusins Prems
tore Decay, Seryoua Debility, Lost .Vanhood, et..
1 nartng triti in vain every known recieUy, lias ate
' eerered a simple self cure, which, be will acrid FBK9
: pi hut MUm.imtkn, sddrees J. IS. MtEViaa,
I 43 Chatham tt., X. V."
from Gleet aad OoaorrHs. er taalM
led wua Whim, sasml4 by all
It 1 a snrs curs for LECCXlRilHEA er WHIT 18, Ikmal. to.ttM
CURES CLEET AND GONORRHEA
la tnm 1 te & days without tail.
w w Bift WIUQH Uell. COOta Of eWI (J
tuti-i by all dm. Prlss,
nt I-r trir. w mmw
IB 5V. 1.W
I,---. ;i -- V't V ' I'-?' tr"' I
Tin , Sktrtblty will be ru .
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