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Junes A. Garfield.
John BojIj O'Reilly contributes a poem of
-venteen sta; zt. It is beautiful produc
tion. A few of the sl ims are reproduce l.
beginning-with the sixth;
Oninst things cccult our earih-lurncd eyes
Ni sou 'U f destiny cin re.ich our -r:
We have no time for dre-.tmlntr Hark ! a knell I
A knell at midnight 1 A l the nation hoars I
A second frrievoua throb! The drennn awak:
The merchant's soul forget. Lis goods and
Tho tumb:e workman from tbelr slumbers
The women risa thoir eyes with quivering
The miner r su upon his p.'ck to hear.
Thep'inter's type stops uliway from tho
Tbesolem i siund has rascbed the royetere.'s
And tr night the shame and sorrow to his
Afrain It bmm! O, mystic v."!l upmlsol
Behold, "lis lift d, ( n t'io darkness drawn
A elc tire, l.n -d with lirbt, tin i eopl -a' arm
Fim sc t to s a, t chol 1 it ti l tho dawn.
A path-bed scne i sinking s-iffeier lies.
Their chos-.-n rut-r, crown. d with lovj and
Ar un ', his corns lor, with trcminr eves;
Hi wife, h-.-ari-broken, km e lng- by uis side.
The c i "al-i falls, b it hushed, ss If afraM,
Tbc copb wan, fear-stained, wit bearing?
Twill r rg-in. they k-iow, whe i he Is laid
With freioiu i i the cai Hoi, at ion.
Dice more they s o him, in bU coffin, there;
As Ll-C In av In teniirt-stmi' d nvirtyr sleep!
Th stars mi t etri es acr - his h -noro t bier,
W. im Fc- ed ! and oiumMn o'er h:m weep.
A Curiona Court Scene.
After tho jury I. a I rend -reJ a verdict
of guilty in the case of Edward Earl,
chnrrjed with the murder of his wife in
Hamilton county, N. Y.. the Court ad
dressed tho prisoner aa follows:
"What liave you lo say why sentence
of deatli should not b'j pronounced up
The Prisoner "I don't feci that I
could say anything now other than to
thank tho jury for the verdict. I be
lieve they have done viritit; I believe I
have had a fair, square trial all the way
The Court "There is no doubt, I
think, on the evidence, that tho jury
have done right."
The Prisoner "In my mind they
have done perfectly right; just as I
would have. them. I agree with tho
jury in rendering such a verdict as they
did; but for all that, I am not guilty of
The Court "Why notP"
The Prisoner "To my way of think
ing, I believe I was justified in doing
just what I did. I don't know as I can
analyze the feeling so as to explain it
in an intelligent manner, but that has
been my feeling. I have been dis
graced so that it is a matter of indiffer
ence to me whatever becomes of me.
I have no thought of happiness in the
future whatever. At the same time I
believe when a man is compelled to do
an act like that to wipe out some in
jury or disgrace he has received, he
ought not to survive the blow, and for
that reason I have opposed him (his
counsel) and have offered to come to
this court and plead guilty to the in
dictment as it is on paper; but I was
not allowed to. 1 could have saved all
this trouble eay enough if they would
have permitted it."
The Court "Is death no terror to
The Prisoner "None whatever. I
loot upon deatli as the greatest bless
ing that could overtake me. It is life
that has been a curse to me for years,
and death would have been a blessing
I would have welcomed. I don't say
that because I am desperate and reck
less or because I don't know what
The Court "After what has been
said, but little more remains than to
pronounce the sentence which the law
hx. s. The sentence of the court is that
you, Edward Earl, convicted of murder
in the lirsL degree, be taken hence to
the jail of this county, and there be
kept in close confinement until Friday,
the 14th day of October next, and on
that day, between the hours of lOin the
forenoon and 2 in the afternoon, you
be taken thence by the Sheriff of this
county and hanged by the neck until
you shall be dead; and may God have
mercy on your soul.' Troy Times.
A Missing Letter.
Five years ago, says an exchange, a
maiden fair, whose home was at a little
town near Macon, (la., anxiously
awaited an important letter from her
absent lover. Days passed wearily.
The sighing las 3 haunted the postoffice,
but the postmaster's face always wore
that look of exasperating quietude
common to those from whom expected
things never come. The maiden thought
that her heart: would break, for she re
alized at last that her lover was faith
less. Tho sone shifts. It is Septem
ber. 1881. In Macon dwells the same
lady, but she is now a happy wife, with
two children. he has forgotten the
faithless one of her days of woe. She,
therefore is surprised when from the
town of her youth comes a letter bear
ing as a 6upe' script ion to her maiden
name that of her l.usband. An accom
panying note from the postmaster ex
plains that in tearing away S'me of tho
boards of a letter-case the missive was
found. The envelope is postmarked
"1876." The lady spanks the baby to
keep it quiet, while she eagerly devours
the content.'. Heavens! It is from John,
who proposes in glowing words, and
begs for a kind reply. Ihe lady's hus
band also enjoyed the letter, and out
of curiosity communicated with rela
tives of the former lover. It was found
that he is a happy Chicago p .rk-packer,
with a wife aud three son.
Which of Them Buined the Priest?
One fine day a man, meauly clad and
apparently poorly fed, presented him
self before Jules Sandeau. "Sir," said
lie, "you behold before you a great
sinner, one who has been severely pun
ished. I am a priest. One day I
chanced to glance at a book. It was
one of your novels, 'Marienne' "
"Continu?, my good man," said San
tleau kindly, not without some of the
pardonable vanity of an author. "To
make a long story short, sir, I fell. The
Bishop suspended me for neglecting
the duties of my sacred profession to
immerse myself in the fascina but
enough. ' I do not know a soul to whom
to come for momentary aid but your
self." "Here is a louis, my good fel
low, said Sandeau, much moved;
"come and see me again, and I will see
what I can do for you."
Next day, as Sandeau was loon sing
along the boulevard, he met Mery,
looking pensive, not to say gloomy.
"What's wrong with you?" "My dear
boy, replied Mery, in a hollow tone,
"do you know that we authors do much
harm in the world without being con
scious of the fact" Now, last night, as
I was sitting down to dinner, there
came" At this moment they es
pied Theophile Gautier bearing down
upon them, his visage wrapped in a
melancholy not wholly devoid of self
satisfaction. 'I say, fellows, he cried
to them from afar, "you know there
are some idiot who pretend that litera
ture is without any influence upon men,
either for good or for evil. Now. one
of my books has ruined the career of a
man whom 1 never saw in my life, and
whose profession yon couldn t guess if
vou tried a hundred times." -It was
i priest-the villain!" cried Sardeau
anS Mery together. "Who told you ?
demanded Gautier. Then, as a sense
of the situation dawned upon him, he
added. Ob. I see- Well, be was a
Incident of tho Forest Pires.
The scene was more terrible than
anything often known, says a letter
from the burned district in Michigan.
The wind increased so as in some places
to destroy buildings and actually take
people off their feet, and those who saw
it describe the rush of tho conflagration
as a hurricane of flame, and say that
the very air seemed to be fire. At the
village of Bad Ax, where the Huron
county buildings were, it began to
grow dark in the forenoon from the
smoke, and in a few hours the pitchy
blackness was like that of a cellar, so
that it was impossible to see a foot. It
was known that there were fires three
miles south, but there was no thought
of danger until suddenly there came a
lurid glare, the flame and wind imnie
diately followed, and in thirty minutes i
Cfiy-three of the fifty-five buildings in
the place were in ashes. The Court ,
House was of brick, covered with slate, j
and there people went for protection, i
The building escaped destruction and ,'
those within it was saved, although they
suffered badly from heat. There were j
no lives lost" here but that was excep- j
tional good fortune. Reports from some j
pinces are too norriDie to reai. in um
bers of people, flying from dangers,
were overtaken, and died in the roads,
some perished miserably in wells and
oilier places where they had sought
safely, and in the terrible time a few
women were taken with the pains of
childbirth. Everywhere it is a sicken
ing story of suffering and of roasting
human flesh in every conceivable way.
In aome places the heat was almost in
credibly int:ise, and the smoke was i
everywhere unendurable and caused
many dentiis by suffocation. The work J
of destruction was very uneven. Some :
towns in the d strict escaped with a loss
which seems trifling, wLile in others ;
apparently no more exposed there are
but a few scattering buildings left. The
same was true of the villages, some !
strangely escaping, while others were '
strangely destroyed. In some fields the !
grass roots, and it is said the soil itself
are burned so that it is impossible to :
tell whether the land was plowed or
not, while in others near at hand crops
of grain are left in the shock untouched.
A remarkable thing in the calamity
is the presence of mind that was every
where shown. The people were accus
tomed to dauger by lire, many of them
had been through the similar experience
of 1872, and there were fewer lives lost
than might have been expected. There
seems to have been but little panic and
few threw their lives away. Nearly all
sought to preserve themselves and pro
perty intelligently, to have done about
the best that was possible, and very
much better than could have been ex
pected. Domestic animals and fowls
nearly all parished, and it is npted that
they died in groups, each with his kind
rarely did cows, horses or chickens
die alone, but all sought the compan
ionship of their kind. Great numbers
of birds and insects took their way to
the lake, and, overcome by the smoke,
no doubt, died and were found floating
on the surface,
Across the Isthmus.
Among the many suggestions that
have been mado by civil engineers and
others who have contemplated the pro
ject of building: a ship canal across the !
"S.i r- 1 i
IStlimus ot x ttuaiu:i, una uiujust appeal
ed in a letter written in the Panama
Star and Herald by a former resident
of this city W. C. Quinby now en
gaged in mining at Catipileo, Chili.
Mr. Quinby advances the scheme of
wearing away the hills of the Andes by
what is known as the hydraulic mining
svstem. The theory is based uyion the
truih that 17,000 gallons or 2,250 cubic
feet of water, having a weight of 139,
500 pounds, with a sufficient pressure to
force it through an inch aperture in
twenty-four hours (called a miner's
inch of water) will carry off, at a grade
of four inches to the rod, ten tons of
irravel to a distance f ten miles every
twenty-four hours. Rochester Demo-
It is very evident that two deaf and
dumb persons should live in mute-ual
A Boston let er savs: A lady from
that exalted State of Ohio was raving
to me this morning over the delicate
and exquisite skins of these New Eng
landers. They all have this beautiful,
fair complexion, due, it mut be, to
something purifying and ble iching in
the climate. Men, women ana child- ;
ren rejoice in a purity and delicacy of i
tint that is the despair of all the dark :
and muddy-skinned daughters of the :
South and West, ami this iirst and car- ,
dinal point of beaut3 without which a :
lovely face misses half its charm, and
with which the plainest features are re
deemed and ma ie fair, gives a Boston
beauty the palm over all her rivals.
The vaunted complexions of the Balti- :
more belles are nothing to the sea- ;
shell and rose-leaf fairness of these
girls, reared on brown bread and beans
and fanned by cutting east winds. A
gainted face is the rarest of sights on
oston streets. The ladies have little ,
need of artificial aids, and the strict
and conscientious notions of the land
frown on such small tricks. I remem
ber still the horrified and astonis .ed
tone with which a pink-and-white Bos
ton girl cried, "Why, she's ftoiederedr ;
when a celebrated beauty of Washing- ;
ton society was pointed out. Tattooing
could not have been viewed with more i
surprise and aversion than the bluish '
tint of rice powder and the fadeless :
bloom of carmine. In no other sec- 1
tion of the country is there so much ;
honesty in such matters of the toilet as
here, and while Southern girls are no-
torious and reckless in the wa they j
plaster up their countenances, and Cai
fornia belles stop at nothing in the way
of enamel, penciled brows and bleached ,
hair, the Bostonian views them with j
contempt and suspicion. Only last :
euramer the whole feminine faction of
a hotel along the south shore were as a
unit against one poor, silly little wo- ;
man who would get herself up a com
plexion that surpassed tho lily and the
rose. Nothing could allay the preju- '
dice, and although her family and
standing in the city were known, those
other women held aloof from her and .
fairly froze her out. Tho gentlemen
tried to amend matters and only made
them worse by their championship, t!ie
ladies asking tliem point-blank if they
did not know paint when they saw it
on, and obstinatelv holding to t!e
sphinx riddle of "Why does sue do it?"
Argumet t was useless, and pleas of
cutting her for uothiur but that, w re
settled wish a deliver: te and con-cien-tiously
spoken verdict: "I am sure
she can't bo nice." W' "re would the
best society, the first fflniili-s. tl e NjI
hill beauties of San Francisco be i;
these ririd censors had weight there?
Some cities nearer home and the Hub
miirbt bi te their frescoed ?aces at such
Procrustean measures, and Washington
drawing-rooms would be more than ;
half depleted if they cast out all who
repaired the ravages of time and i:s d
the clumsy counterfeits of nature's
"Yes. sir," said Mr. Gal'r.ghcr. "it
was fuun e-.ougli to mak- a donkey
laugh. I l:tuirh'd t i 1 I cried."
This is the season when the newspa
per man's trowsers bag at the knee,
the b.igging is occasioned by steady at
tendance upon reli-ious services.
We like a man with lots of temper.
It's the man who gets out of tuiper
that we don't lik . j
Some people can hardly make a liv
: ing and some lay up money. Why is
; it? Into a village of a few hundred in-
habitants a young man came, and was
: employed as a clerk in a store; he lived
there fifty years and laid up $100,000.
Other men worked as hard, but did not
lay up money. Near the village was a
large and beautiful farm. The owner
of it had it from his father. He did
not drink or gamble, and yet he could
not make a living, and so borrowed
money, and to secure it gave a mort
gage on tho farm. In a few years hi3
farm was sold, and he was obliged to
move away. A Scotchman, with but
little money and a large family, passed
by and saw the bouse was vacant and
struck a bargain with the owner. He
began to work, to save, and to pay, and
in ten or twelve years hn was the en
tire owner. Then he went on and laid
up money, and now is a rich man.
The art of making money is one that
should be carefully studied. If you
take a dollar and lend it out at six per
cent interest, it will double itself in six
teen years. If you take a dollar and
buy something with it, and then sell at
a profit, and keep on doing so, you in
crease your capital. These three ways
are the foundation ways of money
making. AH business is in one of these
t!ree forms. Those who succeed the
best are those who know the most about
what they do
As Exchange of Courtesies.
A story is to hi of an exchange of
courtcy between a Scotch minister and
his parishioner, which is characteris
tic of both. Tho minister was lately
inducted i-ito a country living, and in
his roti'id of p troc ial visits, called at
the cott ie f a little tailor. Taking a
seat uninvited, ha proceeded to talk,
but found it i ard work, as he met with
no response. The tailor sat upon the
table, stitching in sulky silmce. At
length he spoke 4 Sir," he said, "I
regard it a.s un warrantable intrusion
your enieri'ig my house, and I ask you
in what cip city you come?" "My
good man," was the reply, "I come
as you i- parish clergyman it is my
duty to know all my parishioners. I
know you don't attend church, but that
is no rc:;so:i wity we should not be
friends." To winch the tailor respond
ed: "I dinna re. a-d ye as a minister of
Christ, but as t s rv.mt of Satan; If e
come as a gentleman, well and good;
but as a minis'er I refuse to receive
you," which could hardly be called
courteous, but tho tailor's politeness
was outrivaled by his minister's who,
rising, said: "My good fellow, be
pleased t understand that it is only as
your parish clergyman that I ever
dreamt of visiting you; when I visit as
a gcutl- mnn I don't visit persons in
your position in society,' with which
A red-headed s.phomore recently at
tended a masquerade wrapped from his
neck to his heels in a brown cloth, and
with his head bare. He represented a
A senior who is dissatisfied with his
photographs, has been sending them
around to his friends with the following
remarks written on the back: "Ersata
1. Imagine more expression in the
eyes. 2. Imagine a smaller nose. 3.
Think of my natural vivacity in place
of the dullness here. 4. Imagine my
A Cornell man wa3 recently injured
by an accidental discharge of his du
ties. The Yale 2Tews presented the follow
ing transcript of an official excuse pa
per: "Plea-e excuse my absence from
college duties last Monday and Tues
day. I was confined to my room by
A man called out to his creditor "Get
out, vou Ornithorhynchus?" Tho man
departed meekly. "Who's that?" in
quired a friend of the speaker. "An
Ordthorhynchus." "How's that?"
Well, Webster defines him as 'a beast
with a bill.'" Yale Courant.
"Tiie following was evolved recently
from the brilliant brain of one of our
juniors, who has evidently been think
ing seriously of his rhetoric: 'Most lies
are hyperboles. Hyperbole is a figure;
hence most lies are figures. But figures
can't lie. Ergo, a he is not a lie, quod
est demonstrandum.'" Yolante.
Eyesight of Headers.
A writer in the Literary Journal
rails at ten lion to th danger wldch
readers run of injuring their eyesight
by the use of bad lig! t. He remarks
that engravers, watchmakers and all
others who nse the eyes constantly in
their work, tak extra caro to preserve
them by ge'ting tho best possible light
by d:iy," and use the best artificial light
at night. The great army of readers
are careless, and have sooner or later
to pay the penalty of their carelessness
by piving up night work entirely, and
sometimes rendinsr. except at short in
tcrvals and under the best conditions
All departures from common type,
making the matter more difficult for
eyes to take in, increase the danger.
The magnitude of the physical labor of
reading is not appreciated. A book
of 500 pages, forty lines t a pago and
fifty let:ors to the line contains 1,000,
COO letters, all of which the eye has to
t ke in, identify and combine each
with its neighbor. Yet many readers
will go through such a book in a day.
The task is one he would shrink from
if he should stop to measure U before
hand.' The best positions and best
liffhts, clear tj'pe, plain inks, with the
best paper of yellowish tints, and abun
dant space between lines afford the
best safeguards against harm. Popu
lar Science Monthly.
Mackay and Flood.
"What kind f a man is Mackay?"
inquired a passenger.
"Mackay, J. W. P One of the best
men in th world, but his wife is tho
boss, and John does just what she says.
I have known her for years. Yes; when
Mrs. Mackay' s father used to shave my
father and her mother did odd jobs of
washing for the boys, she wasn't so
slick then, and this Western country
was as good as Paris. Last year John
and bis wifo and daughter and the
Count rode with me. They were going
to VirginiaCity. Now, you know, John
swears terribly. ad he doesn't care
who hears him. Well, the Count can't
-peak English, and S ) Lis wife acted as
interpreter when John spoke to him.
How he did swear! It was a caution,
ti:d it cru ised us fallows to see his
daughter tae it s cool, and tell her
Husband what he said. Wnether she
for-ot the cuss words or not, I don't
now, bur the war the Count laughed
I s'n uid t: ink not. Ti- tell tho truth,
I world't bet tftar Mrs. Mackay was in
love witit the old man, or she wouldn't
act s infernally liossy. I tell you,
what she says is law. and that's the
long and short of it. John, when with
tU: men, smokes a dudhtcn and is as
plain as ti e hardest working man. His
vito, though, is spoiling him, ami every
lira - lie ri es i v. r tins due I'll be darned
i- -dn't eros-er."
F' "i'a . dnv
. 11- vont
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Tl if CM (MITU TO Pmn'rl
Km . I. . ifi, il w '-y k.
A. valaatila Diso3very n: T 7T"y Ir.nrtiir i i Med
ical bclenc. A KiMrlv ;rHtir.-H 4i?,nifdv fir lui
pdady and prrpaoont ';i V - rj-nn!.' p,'ik!.s t ha
d0orabld;aae muttin !ma in,!ivrM.t .rnctloas
or axo6&es in yonth n: ,t nnynm 31 lilf. ltbcnly
true way, viz: Direct Apvi.i!am ai.tl!iic i
snrptlon, ana eiortlnf its f.pr:i '.!'0 lntltumcdoa tU
Vealclca. I) acta, and Glocd, tt:nt arn uaabl to per.
form tbelr natural function TrUiie tiii. dianfls per.
vadas the bunuo orga.Tl:n. Tun of tho Fastllia
la sttaoiled witb no paio or incotiTonioncfl, and does
not Interfere wth tbsordioart pnrpiof life: it is
quickly dissolved and soon absorbed, producius aa
Immediate soothing and reroraf ive enect upon tb
Dtrrons orfraniratiens wrecked from vicious habits or
xcaaaes, stoppioif the drain from the svstem. restor
ing the mind to health and sound memory . rxraor
Ins; the Dimnaea of Siglst, Confusion of Idrfua,
ATSrsion to Society, etc., otc., and the appc&raccs
of premature old affo ttsuallr arcorapao7iD thta
tronbie, and restoring the ritai forces, nhcra tbej
hare been dormant for yt"r. TtHa mode of treat
ment has stood the test in rery severe caer-s, rnl la
now a pronounced succea. Xruffa are too aiucti pre
scribed in this trouble, and. as many can brar wit
ness to, with but llttlelf anrfrmen-ctsrood. Thero
la no nonsense shout thii J'CiiivvUiq i-i't! lloh
aervation anabb-e us to ioiivf.- Kur?ipte f bat it
will aire aatiaf ictinn. ,r h4 iwo m iinnAmi na
for aereral yenre we b-:v. t L'lii'jrttir!- ot testi
monials from iw-.ti:lt-i, r . t.-. i:. -.'u. r,-.l ,t U Lw,
eoncedad to be itje iu.-!. ;a;tii-:' n.-. : il'A-
oorered for rp;wl;la aa.1 rtniij f' !h vl- ? final ret
trouble. tha is well kni.un - .. . i !
misery toaoBa.iT.tni n-- i : . to
their neeiftb a.'-cu.9 .. ic.-. i- ' . i" "
i in jromn or at ny runr 3i iim os i c cnii
ts pntupin oil 1."
tolutimmiiL. i- f-
minviti cur.- 'ir'.f- s . F-.rr
liastiD.v r.rar tirt-r
v-orst cmrt1! ;r.p.-3? i' :.
F.iH l?I1?CXiO.! I t !!
f ,' r
. ; rj . ; r : -3
limol;.d'll.r. 'tl-.'-i-t ;i r.- hf r-f-! ;
ta t CI
BYYEARS VUQ Ml6 OF SJH
gfrwf f pt-rf:it.cr::;':-,'.i' t if .'.'. i vr.'-.'v i. (-r ;rtt-t with such unqu.tliuVti sne
1 farrrm ln i r-et.'-i.i''-rt r. i our wie.it, lor i-'tbtst as weil a
a. - .
HARRIS REMEiiY CO. fr
fXsrhCtSndethSfe. fr. I.r-C;:), f,--.
Prof. Harria rnr,tiil, t.iKejrt '-,
tera receivei "vt Pt" ;
Indian. April ii. i r.n . - - I . : i. .:. r'
feutij. llaJypr;'.. triT. . ...i-. !
Ioa, Oct. lO'.h. T 1 tvm s:jt sj.t. .
I'aatiiiea. Tue hsJ ao.-ked liar ct:. t ' ;
;ui6 twice as niu'-h of a mttn ps 1 ww !. :. c -we
on Via vero" nf t'iicrnr- I thnu:ht
uti enre for me. b-.it I sai la ir.i h--t". - - r . . ...
Wert VlridniH. Ana. v 1-. i rY''eJ -.! ,
cine aad 1 b-aii-ive U 1.1.1 1 ui,! un. K, ut,... . -
thankful. Im-Wsed ft "d . i'l-AS- ate-' -bo
I No. 21 fur a fr-r.-t , . : h 1 tin-.-
'or me. I will send - i" i - "
From at Physical zrm fr.i- -
Missoari, J-a IF- PleJ! '..rvr.i 1 - -v
of the Pastiila. The rt3i '
moat of ana box. in addition to ' ;.-.-' "-!
raoorerinai, and f tMlnic a.-io:'r m " ..
From a OrufL.?..'.
Maryland, fept. iTS. La !, 1... - '.ulr.-.'
your Kamedy forone of.nr cn-'-ir - " " :t
a perfect cure of him. Wh.ri 3:::''.:
T-iffarinj la abo amiis waj, aad mia cu. .ki. J li.
RftRFRT nnrjNFi I V'C
Wagon, Buggy, Machine and Plow re
pairing, and general Jobbiny
I am now prepared to do all kimls of rei.:iinnir
of farm ynd other nuichiiirv, as therp
13 a good lathe in my shop.
PETER RAO EN,
The old Reliable Wagon Maker
has taken charpe of the wagon shop,
lie is well known as a
NO. 1 WORKMAN.
ew Hacons and Ilugarte made t
Shop on Kixtii street nposite Sreiaht's Stable j
Retail Liquor Dealer,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
ri-Al'TSMOU'IH, .... EB.
r.illiaid Hall ai'd 8a!un vu M;tm Srrcet, four
diir from Sixth at Neville '
11 EST BRANDS OF CIGARS, . LES,
Cle.nrnit.er lh n r nnl I'lnee.
uy Jam?s Grace.
Si ;1 KNK! AGA1.N.
! "-:, civ.tu, First Vltixx JIfal Shop.
! M'..iaii. Savt t Cu'L-r of S!h. rtattsmnnli
Every iKi or, hand for fresh, teiuier meat.
LOINS' BRICK YARD"
In the rear f the Uoanor. M t'.v
OX FOUKTII STREET.
F i r s 1 1 - C 1 a s s 15 r i k ,
READY AND FOE SALE.
in uo i.timriiti uik anti tTiiaianieB
15m3 riattamouth. Neb
JONES & EIKENBilRY
Succecfors to Jones & Akbpw.
Again takes charge of the Oil
Brick Livery Stable.
PLAITS MOUTH, - - NEBRASKA.
The old Homier Stables, in Pl:itUnioutii. are
now leased by Joiies & Kikeubarv and tlu-y
have on band New and li;tiidf()iiie;HM'oikiiio(i.s
tious. iu Dim shape of
HORDES, CARRIAGES, BUGGIES,
We are now prepared to keep IJORSES
FOR SALE TRADE!
Train and Break Colts
On lanoiiiible Terms.
That with plenty of room (that every one
knowM we hiive) ir. our f table, we can ret rarin- '
ers' etock anil wiieons. loati s of hav. &c. under !
cover, lu.iv Ihey will keep dry. .
Thai. khii: till tho old patron for their liberal!- ;
t.v.weso.ii i: their trad forthe future, saiisned
tint v.e can acconiiuodute" them better and do
better b them t nau ever before.
fiOlr JONES A ElKNBARY.
C. IIF.IS::i, - IM opi lr-tur.
Fivtir, Com Meal t- Feed
Always on hand and for sale at lw-t cash
tiiees. The hichevt prices paid for '.Vne:t and
Crn. I';iitictlar attention jriven custom work.
THE M'Ctt.SKi L iii-.M r.Df
ever ills covered, af it in certain in Us effect
and does not blister. A.'i-o exeeilect for hu
man flesh. KEAl) 1'KOOK BKLOW,
COL,. L. T: POSTEI5.
Voiinjtown. Ohio, May 16th, ls.
On K..J. K imia 1.1. & t 'o., (Irnif:-! !ia a
ry vahiaiiie Hanibletnii'an c tl i uhicli 1 urizea
verv li -!il h I.M.'t a larva bone spavin on one
J"int atid a S'nall oue on the other which made
him very l:uu ; I tind liini under the cliaige of
two vetcrii.aiy sureonM which failed to cure
hii.i I - - . .i. a .1.. . ..., I, a .. .1 ... .
.f KetxIallV Sivill Core ill the t'iiii i.uo Ka-
. , . , .,.,., i ....... i i, ,...
-- , ' . I I V. It. Il. IIIC1 Ul '
tiered Ihrei-' (ltl ; I twik ihr'ii all anl
thouahi i u.niiit jjive it a thorough trial. I ued
il according to directiona aud the fourth day
the eoit eeised to be lame, and the lumps have
disappeared. 1 nsed hut one boitle and Ihe
colls limbs are as free from lunius and as
smiMtth as :-iy horae in the state, lie is e:iira
ly cured, liie cure was so ru)ii:nka!,l thai I
et two (.f my iei''b'i have the lemaiuiiig
l hollies, who are now using ft.
L. T. FOSTER.
I n (lnnmn
ON HUMAN HF.siI
Pat. en's Mills. Vati. Co.. X. Y. Ff b. 21st. 1T.
Iu. K. .1. Kpmiam., Oi rir Sir : The parti-Jit-l-.r
c;."- on v hi'-h I tiseit vour Kenl:.it ipavia
are WrtS a t..it'.!guriiit ankle sinai'i f -ixtecn
nionti.n .s;aiiniii I had tried many tnirg-., but
in vnin Y.mr paviti Cure put the" fr,ot to the
gro;:: .! aaiit. atui for the fsrr time ii.ce hurt,
in a rv.air.-l .Hiti'n. Fui n f,i-,ii:v liniment it
(Jii- tnyli inj; we ver ned.
i Yujt. liniy.
h'KV. M. P HFLL.
:.J. r.. Ohuii ll, Palten's MiUs, N. Y.
S.; ..! iuif'r-v.- Iff Iiia.strated C ireular
w o ; i ".. jrj iiv r,rof of if virtues. No
ViU c i. :i-r :!rt:c. or six bottles for ?5. .11
l n.U;'iMi:?v- !i Ti-an ,X. It UT VOU. It
V ;l :i . J.irva Oli i4"le'lll of fnice
i ('ii h Y I.T
UM'.t v iinw beluithe ini
lie. Yi-i; .-at: itiaife aury f:;-t-
i" i i : ,:-t jii iry j
I ". V U. ; 1. . I vj r I '1 tfii i
e t -fr w-. w ihe
:i . t- ttsjie en'v, n- -i-e ;
ii.. ';ii-ii.e4 k. Ymi ;,(.
' W !l '. n'lief on: .r"i j
, r : '. -. on enn 1 l ' ,
iv ; .... m once. 1 - - ;
;iiy made fast, e 'i-
. Address i
uk 61 Co.. Augusta, Maine. .
.- . ti LIT?' '
yt.ii e tl fi
r? benio- ar d .?.
imr "'rt,t e
Kris '-imf !.-;;.
f .i.:?i:: .: "f
l ... :-iV;,.i i'.
r; f"- -'0re Otrtfrt.
aaauaa at tcroea fa Lmtt
- t .
Ml HMDIABE S
j. S. DUKE
;:n iitlre new stock of h?rd
TV - XSO- W aSOW52'SBC
: ' i '.i.ran & Smith's Drug
a r V! I '. tl
' V.V-V ftp A PES end
X .!!-. 1.11
j A.1 t S.
i K'K"i. .
" ' 7 n. Y.i U.S. ly the Keg
to TON US,
is and Cj(ir
v 5.;i-s;b: "mi be
d-i: , tf-:., j
i'jl;.J..jMUy vn Umitl. j
v. Mni"I H. NEIi. I'Jly
' 1 1l i" 0"; r; '
- a!:' i!u.rtc with
.:-W V l '
7 .!!!!!. !)Kl.i'III.4,
.1 ( U
'.iCl i' i I I.E. ( IXlIX-
: i .'t I.Ut
v : -r
I,'::n s i
; : is; the
Till: rV.'Ji$TE HOITTE FOK
!- .;V. re.' by this
- hi . 1 I'aiaee
li: t-. r-.v
i Ills 1 il. f.
t... n. k r; !;in: Di- tiMiitr-'i-'oin C:tis,
Willi It.. 1 1 . r n i. c-iain. No Uxtra
I. ::-(! -.u.- t;. iic,w.r L:iirs.
. Tim f.iiii-.ns t:.. i;. A i- I'nUtce liiiunt; Cars,
Gor, . m,,,?;.., ,;. Btwd wit! el. ant
hir!-.-b'-' 'Vftm. rie.v. -jvii.ai i.Hir-, for
liiiT,:;:-nru-r('l urt -c1.i.n :vss?tig"ers.
. l-A Il.ll,
' .:;, I, . ,1
. in i-iiirh
.4- ?t.tl. .
' : .! : n "' i.!Nf; Lux-
I -t ir
t !: hie".
1 i. i . J i
I I ' -.'3 ncn ik.acsj
- t. . S. Iu M l ttM
" 1-y l.lvirr.j.llM.
-.-iv i: c .uia. Irva,
r - . - .oo a caalk.
I'l. Li... Ma.
ygii$?-w-' rS5--s il'iP
Is i.iade ir m a ni:mi.i' I'tv.i.itiil Leaf .f Rate
a!ue. and i. a i.j.::ir- t: .-l lor all the
di-e:-e- thru ;im. i- -.i-;s !i the lower tart of
l i vt-- f !i:t.laehe .l.tn ra
!. :.!!:. in. ar.d a!! diifi-
- :.:wr a..d t'riniirj r-
i -t- ",T -1 i iily'M'.-n-'
: i'-.- -1 . , Li ey. it lit no
" -i t :i i' .!. fe tne
! -liin:l Pnriiler.
-ir-i- iy r!i.U eert-74 tli.it
.. .e. r i tiabetex,
- I-1 ja:.'.-'. tar-.
-i . : I ;i!.-i at a 1 . 21
: r: j'tarket. Ti y it.
i ' i . i:ochester. X. Y.
RI .' l.:i
In . xi
j,, i .
-'i - s"r " ''v. rifl kwisi
K V; . . ' t M er l--itir)Ei, 1.
t J'OV- "v' 1, B2ST trd CHEAPEST
' ;:' - r "' world. It ia tiie bent
i.u coc.i rot gum, bat forms a
J ji r.1'1 ." : ' . r . . f I 1: -1 t.i.t.r; .ia
! c-.'rrae or the) axle, re-
It ie t .i p' j-.ct 4-.-..1.SO it costs no mors
than Intir'or C'r.-nj, anr on box w.ll do
tie wor cf rin ower Ax Cres
fr.UU . JCi.,:'rre eiji'i.'vw vtill lor liarreaUira.
'.h i. - 1 ,.!.-i.',if;v- Ma. hiiic--. '"rii-I1aiitt-re,
am.-i-; s, I. ; --:. - va., a. for V aa.e s. It ia
UA?i,'rH f;.j tocoma'n no Petroleum,
r :. ' r"-:--s '.fi'Tn. U? Our PnrAi
A MAftLTAgTURINO CO.
j .It M'ch':
-- Arrs, Chtcago, illlnole.
.ivrjfx 5fMiT'l;slile'1 -t arirept
t- f ? fisieefe toe or lit i'i lKiif but-sl:? nt;
"aaru .-.-i-.i.; tf 1 viin hr Vric"e Vrlii fttve a
f;l r'11 1UJ' d-p-ia-ttt fntr.rr or mot .-
' j v! o!i"" 1 1 1 a rDbii. ac ftiAi fur &vf y
Ti i -a sn iiu-r-KAn of rrnion. W idon . tw-
: I, iur.riyitJ. iui- i. tier v Iod. it.acasja.
S 1.1 I W., wwm w Itfi f in mm i nay
- i a 1 ; ks w t 4 j
v.: r v:-i y;
j-r - 77 ' ' ,
' ' mm
A complete nto:k of
Staple and Fancy Groceries
j FRUITS, CONFECTIONERY, CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
We carry the biggest stock of CANNKD GOODS in this City.
l 5- Flue Teas a Specialty
! C. S. Malay's "OM ReliaMe" Brand of Baltimore Oysters.
I oods Delivered Free In any part oftlic city.
11 ' iniiMs.a.i mi IK
Contains Pepsin, Rhubarb, 'Mandrake Gentian
And cures Dyapepgia, Lobs of Appetite, Billiousneus and all derangvmenU
of the Stomach arising from over-eating and drinking. Prepared only by
SHOWN MEDICINE AND MANUFACTURING CO.,
LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS. J for sale by all DrujujisU.
Although Lection is ver we are not done selling gooil.i, by a Johj; ehot.
OU WILL FIND ATF.S. WHITE'S ONE OF THE LARGEST AND
BEST STOCKS OF GOODS, OF ALL KINDS IN THE TOWN.
The nicest G recn Winter Apples for sale. Over Dnrrels down CellAi
Potatoes by the Car-load, PEACH BLOWS
CA SH PAID FOR HIDES FURS, TALLO W, dC, at
in reserved for
ITH, BLACK &
TO GIVE OTHEllvE . CALIi.
Creat chance to make woa -
riion, who always tak
van face of the no d
aiices for maklDK mone y
at are ottered, avnernllv
become wealthv. while th e v
who do not improve such chaueea remain i ti
poverty. We want nunv men, women, boys and
girts to work for us lie lit in their own loeaUtl s.
Anyone can do the work properly from tb
fii-st stall. The business will pay more than ten
times ordinary waees. Expttusive outfit fur nish
etl free. No one who engages fails to make m
ev rapidly. You can devte your whele time t
the work, or iinlv your spare momet-- ' - " a
formation nml all that i needed sr. - fit, v
dre fv'ri Hriy-ztv-s- ICfiABa,
F. 8AU LEISTER
f nn ishea Frh. Pur Milk
MLLirCIlRIi 0 415.V.
ir.peolal calls atteLUcJ to. and Fresh Milk
frra same ow farni.bed when wanted. 41y
an-hes. ctcinwlnden3.5. Whit, m.tl Bastlasv.
nutation cold H. Soil J raid 1 X. UUu.il.nlM
!ur jour oa tuwt..r.iavuT.tlvs urpoaa V,!ualler
ik-jtr, XuuJl.-'MIJI k to., 1 tixtmmaw . Vu4.
ntaiSY 'CH BALDNESS
AH.r .a,. I,,,., -i,r ..T.r-T: r.:.
- - " - lin.mw a,r. w aia&ara or jm,isriies
la ai'.a.. pni.biiNKl
aioiwu a Co., il CXiton r'l-ce, Uw rws
? St. Ciiarlf3 Street, Rt. Lomla,Ho
. T-rln rr-t i.v-a o? tv- ifeiicaJ OoiioM. baa been
.eujrer ,cu(l t-uu aar oLaor'fcjalcla La tit LouHvsa
xi'y '-if-ere iio.,(.ud k.A oiJ reidooca know. rphlLa.
'hraotr r. -.. &!t, ici'ir. Oroalti,,. Kn piurall
ir r.v -5;iirJn ir lc.ri?urlaL AffaC'tioiia at
Ti.".oa Skia or Vvjs cured rw.elr, FrivaValr.
3pr-x:atb7.-v8i:xual Zobilttr ed Itr.Dctensr
aa tie r.an:tnf Hlf-Aiiue. aas:iui aaeeasea la maaarer
7,.nurri.br b ainwti, irodac. 1-tc nervoasniaa.wsPBin
al emtimia, drhi:a, clmnerof Llicht.defectJTa Rata
rrr, plrste.il fhv-ir, arenlon tt aorlety eonfnatoa at
1 1, w, l ieac' wm;J peire.-,ni-B t loaues.renderina; mar
riro xnr- p'.r,rir r-niaxi',c' 'tc i"-d, OjoanJ'aUon
at or2o or t 7 mU frea and lnriid. PampUet so
.ap. ile iicuea sest by mail or express. IMrea
trivi:uted. Wri'-re doubt existo It ia fraakJr atatad,
ftlARRIACE I Pf2
plf1tIs. I GUIDE!
1 ba vr-,o:e ruirj, we!) t jl 3, aa it la trna ta Llle, ava thm
MiowinK ru.ncH: Vt bi) mr marrr, who not, w
Miibood, Womanhood. bralc&l doay. Who ahowUl
aaarrr: ho-v life and happiness mar be Lacvaaaed ; eOaeta
of oelitvjey red rxnaaa, and nwnymora. Thoaainantaal
or contmr-li.tin inarriam should read it than heap sn
dr lork and ku. 25 ete.br mail ia laofi.j ar poa
tage. Oerqian fTgoch read and Broken.
I 9 I IsvSm WttHkne-vs Jjort M4Xhood, aNervonaiwws
i i r-T..-Ji of IOam, Arsiioa to Kotrie-t
I-!owrr if.TOory nxxd Uimtnmm broai3t oo y Heill.
AbUM A ay druzur'-t hf t-ie lniirdlnt4V bl. Idai
703 Chesnut St, 8t. Louie, WIo. old ofBca,
conUnaea lo cure tiparmaturriicaa. Serr.inat WaaJt
Bras. Impotancy forraa of ly&hais innorrows.
Cleat, Uriruu-y or iUadder dUavaaee. 'ucent eaaaa
cured in a fw dara. Ail tho dliiasiins msilttos f rorn
aalf-abnse,e'rea.ieaarexposnr cured for sntal sfa
wiicioo. AdTloa Ireav. Cnarfpb low. Call or writ
tn strie coivfi 4Soa SrBHom Bock for two stem o
LI A R mA CH CUIDEI
SrUiHsisd 1S17 t U . tea Gtrsst, B. 1073, KO.
rPHi Physicians ia ebarira of this old and wall kaoss.
a. iostjtatton ar resilar irradaatas ia snadieibe as
urrerr. years ot Ezpes-iaooo in tba treatawB m4
C'arosie Dmsasaa aa.e mad tbair akill and aatlrty
'- raucn .:) parlor to taat of lb ordiaary pracuneaar,
mu toT kar acquired a naliensl raputeuoa tasaaf k
'!eir treat rrient of eomerieated eases.
tWDISCRETISrl Iff ttVl
n ta teiaxaO, aatass ar baaas, traaiad arith win as,
on scicatiftc pnnaplaa, wiiaaat aeuig af.renrj or atar
i -ammhi Hediciaea and as sodarass expanse.
YOUNG M CM and tooaa mi mkVlie sea who ere
it"..ift iV .i'll saffarlae fro oraio W.U
a thatunirta ia rk-oara forbmlaaas er aaarriaaa.
Iva.ntlr eared, as aaodeaase avpastaa.
Mrawi rw.lLu.n. i r r.irna. aut M nisaH'
us of iiwiw la aa bswm my saiwas aaalriaa
auM trmm a. ... aSrM aa aawllraiMa.
M raiaas. wSwas trmm wmmmmm, mm,
Vaa4 awv laissiilaa a saaar aewi
Cmisary ',it ,,T3-fT
H a n n b & ey.
EH il B B an au
's- aa iw
Tfli i, L M
Grocery & Dry
iSjEa - A.
Th majority of fie ill fth Aa
hod if nrim from a ngmrtrm I lae
I.I ver, affrrtluff hnth the tfomnaoh mmmt
bote fit. Jm orrfer lo rfrtt at cm re, 4i ie
neceteary tn remnrc tne e. Jrrefm-la-
and Stuffffilh artln ef the Jfaaaets,
ltealnehe,Qlrhnrt tit. KrommrU, I'mmm
in the Bark and LrtiH,er.tin4ie,mie tht)
the Liver ie at fault, and that nmtura rs
qutrr annieta km fa enable this eryen Ie
tnrvtr off impurltir.
IrUkly ASll lilttgra are mtprrimtlp
cvmpnuntlr.il for thi pnrpoee. Thep arre
niltd in tl.rlr r.rtim ffd 1T tire m m
cm re; are plrar.rtut tn the taetemnti tmttmm
eatily ljf both rhildrnnandwlmllm. Tm-
ken nrrntd: ntf fo ' ? r 1Kff
ettfe andpUfinattt rtirrf-r UySJ
General le:illit.i , ilA'iitrtHl Corv
ptlpatiou, lilsc-iJ lildnry.
etc., etc. ilsl'o:l Ps)rlflerf
are euprrior to otiy other nimi Urine t
rleantt nff the ey1em tfurmmtphlp, and
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