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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 16, 1876)
"Would j on Ak .., i-diiniilnf?
"Why Ui-br at m'3int and niurnmrs.
Murmiits louil ai- ieliiiiii-nts
Win. iiaeie-' tl.e ajT .eekly
Read r. lit On ) lied in-i-r jiaHJ for.
Iteail itli plea sum-and with profit,
ICrail f I hi li attatis and prospects.
Head 'f in- tn-lli limn rfinl TurelK",
It ail Hie i-si-a- ami ttie jh-iii.
Kull of kImI'MII and lr "triiriii;
I!pj1 the talil- of tin- markets,
Can-full corn-i td weekly
Miuutd )ou us wlij this iliimiti).''
Vic would aiihWT, vi-should tr II you.
From t printer, from tin- mailer.
From tin- kltid old j.:tj,T maker,
l'roiu tin- laMlloit. from 'lie "devil,"
Krotu tin- man who un-i letters
Willi a stamp of I'm le .--airiiii-l
Uncle Sam the r--.ille all Mm:
I'lom tlii-m all then- ci.tni-sa in'ssat'j
Meist.;)-kind but firmlj iijiok-H.
"I'lcasi; to pay the bill you owe Us."
Sad It Is to hear uci 'ness.-!.
When (mi funds ard all evi,austi-d;
When tli' last jrn--iilia k lias left us:
When tin- nli k". all haw viiltli;i,
lioiic t jiaj tin- pape:-maker.
one to pay tin- toiling printer.
l.iilji to jpay the latidloid trlhuti!.
iJonc ton.iy the clerk and ilel,
Onije to jiaj tin- faithful mailer.
'Join- to : old I in ! S.imut-1
L'ncie Sam tin- towdl. -, rail him
i.om- to pay for beef and Itrld.'i-t.
Uone to jia our faltliful parson.
Sad it Is to turn our ledirer.
Tumi the leave of tills old lel-r.
Turn and see what sums an: dm- us.
Hue for 1 olu IlM-s lniij slnie ended.
Hue for years, of ple.-.;trit reading.
Hue for years of an.Moui lalior.
line di siill: our ;iatli'iit walling,
line iexiite our constant duuulsi;.
lue In .sums fiorti three to twenty.
Would you lift .1 liurdi n ftum us?
Would joii lrlM-a vj. tie fruiii you?
Would joii taste a plr.-i:iut MiuiiNe--
Would you haw aijulet oiiscleiii-?
Would jou read a paper iald for?
.Send us moue semi us mi. hi- ;
.send ns money send us money ;
t-i-lid tliu inrney tli.it ou owe us!
31 V IM.O.MISK.
Anil Hon It Wan Kept.
The first time I .s:iw Thornton Kirk
J looked upon liini ;ls .-njiiict, niiiidlc
.MtfMl nmn, ittinnt and inclined to hid
ro.sins.s, pcrlntps, Iml one in whom I
had no inti'ust whatever.
H w:ls the piincipal of a classical
school, about a stone's thiow from my
father's door and of coui.se iiuite en
Kiossed with his onerous duties. I was
housekeeper, daughter, and companion
to my lather, and quite as much taken
up with m duties as the still man who
passed and lepassed our nU; every
moiniiif,'. noon, and ni'ht, was with his.
I can hardly believe it myself, but
had I hcaid, any nioniiiitf, that Thorn
ton Knk was dead, that he had met
with sonic .sudden shock that had hur
ried him out of the world. I should only
have said, "How sad.'" and j-oih- on
steadily with my work, without even so
muchasoneicietlul sih in my heart.
This was at liist, not when I knew him
heaven help me! ;ls I came to know
him, aftei wauls.
He had opened his school in the
spring, ami when Autumn came on, and
the eenmos bewail to row longer, he
used to drop in and talk with my father
upon all sorts of learned subjects, which
J neither understood or caied to under
stand, while I sat quietly at my work;
and at last his occasional calls grew to
be nightly ones, until my father would
as soon have expected to see me missing
from my accustomed place, as to have
seen eight o'clock an ive without bring
ing our to him at least pleasant
"A wonderful man, this Mr. Kirk,"
my fat her said to me, as we sat momen
tarily expecting his footstep in the
poich, one evening.
"Is he?" I answeied quietly. "I am
glad you enjoy his visits."
"He must have studied hard all his
life, and such a memory as he has!
wonder he was never married."
"A queer wonder, I should think,
when he is such a stern harsh man.
One would be afraid to love him, lest,
he should wither one with a look," 1
It seemed so lidiculous to think of
any woman smiling into his eyes, and to
imagine him in the character of a lover.
"You don't know him then; that is
all," my father answered shortly.
lie w:is irritated to have his favorite
so niisundeistood, as he called it.
In a few moments Mr. Kirk entered:
but, we had no sooner settled for the
evening, than a call came from my
father, who was a physician, to visit a
patient u mile distant. I thought of
course that our visitor would go home;
but my father urged him so to remain,
saying that he would be back in an
hour, that he consented, and we were
I never was so thoroughly embar
rassed, and, 1 believe frightened, in my
life, as 1 was to think of that man's
being on my hands for an hour. I
would sooner have faced a tempest.
"We had never exchanged a dozen words,
apart from the courtesies of the day,
and it was absurd to think of my at
tempting to entertain such a walking
dictionary as he was. I could have
cried, but I must not; or 1 could have
laughed, but I dared not.
At any rate. I.cared nothing for his
opinion, which was a blessed comfort
to me then. So I broke the ice by say
ing, "I am afraid you will have a dull
time of it. Mr. Kirk, for I am as stupid
as an owl upon all your 'ologies, and
scientific researches ; but I can tell you
how to make bread, or knit stockings or
anything in that line, if you like."
"And I can read to you a novel, if
you like." he said, with an amused look
upon his face; 'so don't be vexed that
I hare remained."
My face flushed. lie had read my
"Xot if von will read what I like so
much." I said ; "but I am afraid you do
i it to please me, and not yourself."
" "What ple;ises you pleases me; and
resides, if I can, I want to convince
Vou that I am not a bear that eats
leople, however bearish I may seem."
U laughed heartily.
rln truth I have taken you for one,"
'jiswered; "but I give you my hand
proof that I will think differently
It- this "
ch a startled earnest look came into j
his eye then I It made rne tremble.it
was so searching.
"If you will, with your hand, promise
to be my friend, my true, never-failing
friend which is what I need more
than you can dream f I take it more
gladly than I ever took a woman's hand
before," he said solemnly.
With that look in his eye, though it
half frightened rne, I could not resist.
"I promise," I .said faintly; "but you
will get timl of me when you know
"I have been studying you for six
months," he answered, as he pressed my
hand in his.
That evening was the beginning of a
new life for me; and I soon found he
was quite as well versed in the litera
ture which a woman likes as in the
more abstruse which men delight in.
He w.is, from the moment our hands
crossed, my friend and helper, in the
truest, deepest sense of the word; and
I meant to be the same to him. I triei
to keep it before my eyes, that I was
t be his womanly friend, nothing more,
that I was to stand by him always.
And I remember of vaguely wishing
that some disgracw might come ujMin
him, that I might prove my sincerity
by still keeping my vow; but by-and-by,
something came Into my heart for
him which changed me wholly; and
because I fought against it with desper
ate energy, it held me with a closer
I knew that I loved him. I knew
then that, whatever his soul might
answer, mine had found its manna, its
bread of earthly life. I think I could
have killed any one who should dare
to come between us; and fear that I
had a rival for what did I know of his
life? w:is my torment, day and night.
He was so much above me, that I was
sure lie would never stoop to lift me
up beside him; but with an insane hope
that I might overtake him, I, too, with
my woman's brain, began to climb up
the dizzy mountain on which he stood.
I pursued the studies which I knew he
liked beat, and with such energy that
I was surprised at myself. A woman
does not know what she is capable of
doing until her heart wakes to love,
and then, lire is not too much for her to
walk through, if, in so doing she may
reach the heaven which at least in her
imagination- lies beyond.
In the meantime, days, weeks, and
months went by, and our lives were
outwardly unchanged. I would not
have had him know for a thousand
worlds, what was in my heart; I should
have felt disgraced foiever; and he
seemingly did not. He was kind,
thoiighttul. and attentive, but nothing
more; though sometimes, when our
eyes met, there was a look in his which
thrilled me thiough and through.
Of his early life or" family I knew
nothing; and I would not have asked to
save my soul. And it was by the mer
est accident that I heard one morning
in September, that he had been tele
graphed for by some one in Lancashire.
"If it should be his intended wife," I
said; and without giving myself time
to think further, 1 hurried on my
things, and went out for a walk. I was
afraid to see him lest I could not keep
a strong hand on my heart.
When 1 returned, I found that he had
left a note for me, scrawled upon a piece
"1 cannot wait to see you, but if 1
send for you. don't fail me."
Whatever it meant, I had nothing to
do but wait; and that I did, trying :o
keep my nerves steady for whatever
In a week this telegram came:
"If you are not afraid, 1 want you.
Then the directions where and how
to find him.
"I am not afraid and am coming," I
To my surprise my father did not
object to my journey, but seemed to
hurry me off, though he would not open
his lips about Mr. Kirk.
The distance was only two hundred
miles but it seemed interminable; and
when at last I stood upon the Asylum
steps, where he had directed mo to meet
him, 1 was too full of anxious fear to
think of anything save my desire to see
him, and know that he w;is safe.
The servant took me into the parlor,
and he was sent for. He answered the
summons in a moment; and though his
face was white and worn, the thankful
look in his eye, as he saw me, quite re
paid me for coming.
"1 shall never forget this," he said, as
his hand closed over mine. "Come
He led me through a number of dim
corridors and up long flights of stairs,
until he come to a sick ward, before
which he stopped.
"If you love me as I pray heaven you
do, be strong now," he said. And we
There was a bed in the room, and
fastened upon it lay a beautiful girl,
her eyes wild and maniacal, so like, and
yet so unlike, the man beside me, that I
started back in surprise.
"This is my child who has been
motherless and here, for ten years. A
week ago, they thought she would die,"
he said huskily.
"Your child! Oh. why did you not
tell me V" I cried, dropping on my knees
beside her, and kissing the wild lips a
hundred times. She shall not stay here
another day. Oh, thank heaven, I can
help you at last!"
A week afterwards we started for
home, taking the poor girl with us;
and as soon as we arrived. I found
father had caused a room to be fitted up
expressly for her home. Thornton
Kirk had told him all his circum
stances Alice soon recovered, and
now she is my daughter as well as
The "West and South have spent in
Eastern railway travel this year the
snug sum of 825,000,000.
A fast train The train of thought.
A stump speaker boldly announn-d
the other d.iv that "the country is drift-
ing into arnica." heart .f the juuin: Vnttr's frier.,!?. ' V.i r.m cure the Asur and r
Miioking improve the temper of most and he fell tliat hi.- i-mMf ordeal w&s wr M u-:nj on-1.::!. of Wik
men. but d-sn't help an obstinate stove most omt, an old wnuj.tn with sp-r- "Ki r" ..ik A Ki rr. -rtvirw it.M.
pii-;and the more uu're:ooled the 1 ' tacit on cunie nmeniii: Jd.ng and by anv other ren.Mv Take one .1 .
vou're pleased. ' planting herself l.f.re the uuu-s - !"? W umri !' I.tvrit PjLl- at nigh:
KetinementKi the cream of life; and can c.inpuring. menially, the n-sem- "1 cniint-nc the -i-tvinc next tiwm
yet it la a ft:td moment to a hungry blance between the lnmg outlaws ami ng nromlmc U dsre-:ioo5. Knlirrlr
"when he site down to a huge napkin. their counterjMrts. he ai length made , vpirmalile wd afe. For wile by all
and migtitv utile umner.
For all the talk about war between
KuhMa and Turkey, you may. on any
clear night, just now. see the Credent
smiling sweeily at tlieCreat I'.ear.
Crowd at the depot waiting lor late
and mightv little dinner.
rain; affable young man accosts gruff
old gent: ".ir. I think I have had the
pleasure of meeting you before. Your
face looks familiar." Old gent "Doe.-,
eh? Sll your.-, foie you're 's old 's I
A student in Paris, after passing three
years in the Latin quaiter, wiote io hi-,
father as follows: I have made up my
mind to set to woik, dear lather; then
foie I should like to know whether it
was law or medicine that I came to
Paris to stud ?"
A beggar accompanied by his dog.
stands at a Paris stieet corner. He
displays a placard: "Have pity on the
blind." He is caught attentively re
garding a coin dropped into his cup.
"Ah! you can see. then." "Yi." "Why
then the placard ?" "It is not for my
self I beg. It is my dog who is blind."
X.'s mother-in-law is very sick, and
X. consults a friend as to what doctor
he should call in.
"Shall I try a homeopath or an allo
"My dear fellow, it is six of one and
half a dozen of the other. The allopath
kills his patients; the homeopath leLs
"Then I will call in an allopath the
poor woman will sutler less."
At the fish market. The lady is ac
companied by a lovely little girl.
"How much for that?"
"O, what a sweet little angel of a
child! It is :;o sous' mamme. Ah, the
darling! Let me embrace it! The liv
ing image of its mother!"
"Thirty sous? I will give you o."
"Twenty ? ( let out of that with your
An Italian Tradition.
A CurlniiH Tale of T.cliirn A Statin-anil
Hi 31fHliitiK A Work of Art anil Hit;
Terrible Ordeal til It Author.
Some twenty ears ago "Mac," a
writer for the Chronicle, visited Livor
no, or Leghorn, :us English-speaking
people call it. a beautiful city in the
northwest corner of Italy, visited by
travelers on the Continent from eveiy
quarter of the globe. While there, and
sojourning temporarily with an old res
ident, an Englishman by the name of
Davis, a jolly, rubicund hotel keeper,
we learned that there was a tradition
respecting the monument in the squaie
just below his hotel, and near the quay
This monument, as near as can lie re
membered, has a pedestal and shaft
similar to the Uattle Monument in Hai
ti more, at the intersection of Fayette
and Calvert streets, except that sur
mounting the shaft is a life-s4e statue
of a Prince, son of the then reigning
Duke of Tuscany; while at the base, on
each corner, in a sitting position, sits a
huge black figure in heavy chains. One
of the figures represents the father, the
other three sons. The father is repre
sented as having his back broken. All
of the figures represent giant men. The
tradition ran as follows: During the
reign of the Prince's father a noted
black pirate and his three sons, who
rendezvoused on one of the islands
adjacent to the coast of Italy, had com
mitted depredations upon small ham
lets on the coast, and levied tribute
upon the inhabitants thereof. Their
tremendous strength and size overawed
the people, so that they had no difficulty
in securing rich booty and retiring un
molested. Expeditions had been fitted
out time and again to capture these out
laws, but in vain, for when an ordinary
force w;is sent against them it would
come back defeated, and when an over
whelming force was sent the outlaws
could not be found.
At length, when patience was ex
hausted, the Prince, the son of the grand
Duke, raised a force to ferret them out
and either capture or destroy them.
They had not been out of ort many
das when they discovered the four
outlaws in a boat rowing toward the
main land, and immediately gave chase,
and were fortunate enough to capture
them, but not until the father had bro
ken his "back by strenuous exertions at
the oar to escape. Pull of exultation,
and amid the universal applause of the
populace the Prince ran into the quay
at Leghorn and landed his prisoners,
which was no sooner done than he wits
arrested for violating the laws of the
Duchy of Tuscany respecting quaran
tine, the penalty for which w:is death.
His trial shortly ensued, and he was
condemned, with a recommendation to
mercy; but no pleas could sway the
judgment of his father, who declared
that the laws of the realm should apply
to princes as well as to lazzaroni, and
there seemed to be no hope. Finally, a
plan w;is agreed upon, which was in
substance as follows: If the young
Prince could execute in bronze 4 statues,
representing in size and even other
respect the four outlaws, and submit
them to the inspection of the populace
for a certain number of days, and no
defect could be pointed out between the
representatives and the original, then
the Prince was to receive a pardon;
otherwise he must suffer the penalty of
the violated law.
Long and faithfully did the young
Prince apply himself to create the fac
similes of the originals that would defy
unfavorable criticism, and upon a cer
tain day his statues were exposed in
the public square for the test.
Day after day the people crowded
around the statues, and as each day
passed none were found who failed to
pronounce the figures as exact counter-
! parts of the nnzumis exc-pUni: to w
th-m th- breath of life. On the U
, tlay. wh-n hl pn-di.rnip.itrd in lh"
j a discovery; in-,w man, u.e i.tiiier.
i "-. . " !.... tin- i.imi-.
; had hair on his giejit us, himI the
; statue representing htm had none! And
. away she went giggling as though she
'' wonderful discovery, but
i not dreaming that she had condemned
leT oung 1'rmceand the pijle"s idol
to death! thediNCiepaur-y was apiireit
and the penalt wa.- enforce. "antl."
wound up our informant, "the m.mu-
j nivul w;u-, elected with a fac sniuJeof
tne rnnce on mp amnne nguien win u
ne nau promiceu ai me ioiir corners u
tl.;. i.,..b.. Uil .. ....t.lii...l..ftt.1 .! nf..t.
uir jim-.11 no. uiiii.n .nun- mn-.nift.
A history and directory of Protestant
missions in India h;is been published m
Lucknow. India, by He v. Mr. Bradley,
an American Methodist mision.uy.
He reports the number of nafve Chris
tians to be 'i;:ui, against ''JS,.". four
ears ago. and the number of commu
nicants t'--.'0, against .'.'.M'!,;i gain of
about .!) a ear in the latter item,
and ol alwuit lo,:oo in the former. The
diiectory gives the name and preent
add i esses of inio hmg missionaries and
oi darned natue pastors in India proper,
excluding Piiirmah and Celon. Then
theie aie about soo other names of n
tired and deceased missiouar es. In an
appendix appears a list ol IP; lady mis
sionaries connected with the various
Wiat gunpowuer did for war. the
printing-press ha.s done for the mind,
and the statesman is no longet clad in
the steel of special education, but eei
reading man is his judge. Wtinitil
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This city has now a population of
upwaids of one hundred thousand, and
is rapidh building up. There .ire thir
teen different lines of railroad center
ing there, with others projected, which
make it one of the great railioad cen
ters of the country. Her business men
are enterprising, and spare no pains to
make the city oneof the most at t net ive.
as it is seen that it is one of the finest
laid out cities anywhere in the West.
As an evidence of the enterprise, hei
hotels are first-class. We found a home
at the Kemy Hotel, which is first-class
in all its appointments. This house was
built the first of this year, a four-story
brick of seventy-live rooms with all
modern improvements, furnished
throughout with the finest of furniture,
a moddle of neatness from top to bot
tom, and is well disciplined. The loca
tion is in the finest part of th citv,
on Meridian and Circle streets, fronting
n Circle Park. Indianapolis may well
be proud of this palace hotel, the
"Kemy." W. I). Sapp. A. Jackson, and
II. M. Clark, the proprietors, are old
hotel men and understand well the
wants of the traveling public. Mr.
Sapp, formerly of the Bates-' House,
and Mr. Clark, ar among the oldest
hotel men in the city. In visiting Indi
anapolis, don't fail to stop at the IJemy.
and our word for it you will feel at
home, and will be well cared for.
In all cies of iloutu lean to tin ni-lt of merer
and la all can of acnes anil pains try Kllert't
Daylight Liver !'IIK
Consumption Can he fTiirt-tl.
SCHEJtCK-' ITLMOMC SVRfr.
SCHENCK-- Skv SVeEO T"X!P.
SCEENCK' MMRKE PlLr-.
Ar thf only mnllclnes that v 11 curu Hulmurry
Frequently Rml'oln-" thit will stop a ronri
will occaMiei th ile.tTu of th- pat.nnt. tlir-v lork
up the liver, stop th circulation f tti "M'1-.'t.
liemorrhajte fol iws. anil In fact, tliy cioth
action of the Terr organs that c.auiil th coueh
Liver Complaint ainl IHspepsla ar th can --i
of two-thlnls of the case? of Consumption.
Many persons complain of a ilull patn in the iile.
consilpatlon. coateil mntrue. pain In the shoalder
hlaile. feeliHpsof ilrowftim-ss ,nil restle-ne. th
foiwl 11iik heavily on the stomach, acrompaale-l
it'i aclility and lieichlni: up of lnl
These svmptomsnsuallv originate from adlsor
deriHl condition of the stomach or a torpid liver
Persons so affected, lf thev take one or two
heavy cold', and lf th- coueh In thee cae. e
suddei.lv checked, will find the stomach and liver
clotfimL' remaining torpid and inactive and al
most before uey are aire the luuss are a mass
of sores, and ulcerated, the reul: of shlcn Is
s'henck's Pulmonic syrup Is an "expectorant
which doe not contain opium or anything calcu
lated to checfe a cough i'l lenlv
SchencK's ea s'cel Tonic disolv-s the fooii.
mixes with the gastric Jut-es of the stomach, aids
dixestlon. and create-, a ravenous apj-:i:e.
When the bowels arecostlve. stln -allow or the
svmptoms otherwise of a ti-linus tendency.
Schenclfs Mandrake PUN are re.-juirtrl.
These meillcines are prepared nn'v -
.' H. SCHKCK .V S-V.
V. E. cirnr Sixth and Arc', streets. Phtla.
And are fi - ale bv all Jragzl-ts and dealers.
Factor Is at Council Klns. los-a. Boi. II, u.
yAlway rem-mfer a ?ood wonl is an easy
nhllratloniad 1N11 reinftmir Kllcrf KTtni-: nf I
Tarandssmti nerryistnevery be,t remedy for
Cou(h3 and Colds. I
sure of an hour, neither delay the purchase of , zua t"0--" ac-jualntefj wih rj. M n 0r,L- f.e,fftrrL Dn-ft-rl i '" T"?fci-. t--.ft---c .-, -.u-.. ft- ,-.-.
It is now admitted ny Doctors. Prnis'sand dr,fS mif'?fV. -Ttelo' -Jc T" ,.- a'nd -1 "na:f Y.rXv :tIla: r An"" ' ' I DR. WHITTIER,
rut.tured peotde that HOWE'S --PRINr. I'D . (.,;. sTpTm sm,S oiv ' ';S-M;l,;lt!r-f'l-'!(o-ni.- " tsi-C Trs.J. !rA.f St Louil. Mf
KELT TRt'-sS is the Lest and eaftle tnnwn Tie 'TPaPs- - ft ft Kr I o 'TrfI'IKt.rIo'a. , other r-eclal dla.es. to rail .c Xn.lir K"i i 61 5t. IrfflirlCS Slfeei, 91. ---''i ,Vh
rrs;tl !! : t& !. rra..t !
aoi from ts i io ! j4rlf iitu
j Karmer using U- O.amplon Double
jj, nin cnn Uiit:.. lft' rtfr.imi..n
, tIn (if hr. ,, iop f .,,,. h n
( mSvrtu,g lni, nil , lS lt, i r:: ,. t
crttS9 Ur ln fn,lt ,,f .,,,. . H , .
mitflji. ilanv farmer- u-e thei'h.un
pu with crofts Utr in front f the tn-e
.iuiKiMir.. l lie t'ouoie ling W lien
..1 -..!.... ? ft .t 1 f. . 1
. -An-iix tie-eried is il... Ua ll,, !.,,. I
in U1 ;.trk, u having n.barp p..;r.t.-
m lf,,. n,, Th,, irun m.,. ksiu.
c, ,, the outn it of the noe ai.-l : ;
t)li, lH'5lsltU'! HTlg. (HKMK11: V
Qris'LAN. Diiatur. Illinois, are manu
faeturers. They also manufacture tbe
Kagle Hill Corn Husker. the faine-r"s
flt I Jr ., !u t lV ft'tnnj rf f f
toe" ami ii..t irt krm '. it I i--rt' .1
"'ir l.atiilf Cm f mi ft i ii-l! ' n ! wi!T !
te ! ; Vti'.uti rrir!r ' r a.! hunr aint ritl.r
Jlfti-.-ne. ttii-luilllift: thf rji'i. '.Of
1 lit Iti-ftt I'ntlrlf l.iuilft In luwt Hint
For sale by the Pi ki.im. :n A Mis
solid Kin: II. H. Co.. on Ten Vi-.tis
Cleiltt at per cenL interesL Hue
million acies in Iowa and 'Uthern
Nebraska. The tinesl countrv m tlie
woild to combine I'aiiuiug and .lock
liaising. Prmlucts will pay for land
and improvements long befoie the piin
cipal becomes due. Laigedlscotints for
cash. C-TyTor circulars that will de
scribe tullv lhe.se lands, and the terms
of sale, apply to or address, L.m
CoMMisftSiovi:n. Hurlington. Iowa, for
Iowa lauds, or Lincoln. Xeb., for Ni
The Noidske.V M. union i o., Indi.iu
apolis, Indiana, one of the oldest and
laigcst m.iuulactuiers of null supplies
in the We.st. it Hut lticie.Lsing trade for
uio.st of their specialities, among whit h
we may mention millstones, bolting
cloth, portable mills. Miiut machines
mill gearing and shafting. This estal
lishnient has lately removed from Ktch
iiiond, Ind.. to the rail toad citv. Thev
publish a paper called the J ill .St-tin.
."send .111(1 get a cops tlee.
The most pnunpt and effectual lein-
ed UoW in Use Im the eilteol Coughs.
Colds. Pain and Iighrne-,-, m the luii's.
Tjphoiil and Lung IV er. voieness
Lameness in ttie cle-st 01 thmat. ?:-sb-s.
Whoopingeoiigii, etc. is WM
nii.h's 'oii.ii i:i r. C-t a bottle
and tiv it at the hist at t ik of a cold,
and our wotd for it. sou will not he
without it aftei vs.uds
tW S'i--r siju.iiili-r iiiiuii'i- f r -ri M--r
siir of .iri li-mr Vi-ittu-' ! Ii tin- jinrrlnti- of
Klli-ifs l.i)lu-lit I.lvi-r I'llls
I. xpert 'I ft-st liiiiuiy
The other dav. five cisil engineers
and draughtsmen, having their curiosity
aroii-ed bv the talk about geographies
in the .schools, beg.m an -amiualion
of the rival publications. ;n unlet to
toi m a judgmental to their compart
tive merits. viwed lroin the standpoint
of their protessmn. ee!al series were
Lconsidei id and the decision was unani
mous th.it the maps m the Kdectic
set ies wele the be-t for a'ciirac and
completeness. ;is wiiI;i luatliess and
tinisli in punting. The M-sult ! acan
tul comparison of the methods of
teaching map dr iwing, was equally in
fas or of the new books.
We do not puff up even thing, but
when an article has so much merit as
Iiobbins' laectricSoap. Onade by ( ragm
vV: Co., I'hil.elHphii. I.t.. we gladlv
praisw it. as does every one who eer
tried it. Trv it one..
TheC-ntnl Pi fir m ir at Iii-ll.inapo'.ls Is en
diicti-il ! ftteritleiueii of lmii; arid sui-cessful prac
tice Tin- affllf-teil r.nd tu-m sKlllful. ctreful and
VI rid, and their tre.it merit rur tle In the highest
We have for sale a scholarship good
for one year at the Mt. Carrol I I'emale
seminary. This scholarship includes
tuition and board for one year, and will
be sold at a discount. Apply to the
Iowa ri.ivnvi". Co.. Des Moines. Iowa.
I'rof. W. I'aliie. A. M.. M. I.
The lrif-ssor I the virf.r of ntiinerntM
ta 1 ir i v rs o-i -n--1 ! ml surgorv anils
I'rofessor In dlirnr-'iit Miile-al Co'lees. f-ir up
wards of Twenty virs U , i rhi orllna! dts
riiver'r f fti -;eriu'f I'n-ii- 'ii 1 th rerne-d-e
for their insta-it mid ;muIm ve ilftrnr: i..-i
II 'i Citarrti Vipm Jl m -ier li-.f'!-. cure Cat arm.
a'l lunc affect tuns -i d iieutrallz.-s all piiio:i in
the Im1 His Live. !etmvitnr I'llls. 2S c-nti ;i-r
tiX sent lis iii.nl. cures cunsMpAtlnii arnl all till
liis iitases Ills r-VT '!' iue Cur-. ?1 i'-r
txx. sent liy mall with full iMrcMnns. pmltlri-Iy
cures ever cae Fur spril m-illr.il or 'ir?ii-al
treatmiiit iddreoraiipiv to jr. North "ith street.
l'hi!adelph'a. I . n-?-: West Washington strert.
Chlcaito. 111. vdrli-- tr-"
IWIf your ioc de.,-,.,- Joe not keep Cncle
Sam's Uarn-ss oil. insist that he ord-r It ln his
next Invoii-e of sfKods He wMl Snd It a prof.taM
artlr-1 to spii. her.-uitt.it tsverv popular wher---r
known. Manuf ft-iriftl tijr .lie Etnmert I'roprie
tarj Co.. Chicago in
lr. JlrAKKi:.- vn-n !r (rridnateof llritlsh
aid American lnltntes Twenty ear prc.
ticli j; physician Treats all diseases of tr-e Kld
ni'V. I.lver. I.unrs. Ileirt. Troat, lleaii and
Nervo-js ftjstem. Krrors of Touth and Atnes of
Jlanhoiid successfully treated and exen after
others have fai'i-a lii fnrfeir f .j ep t,r
Sein'nal W"eaknes or private llease of any kind
or character he indertake at.d fails to cure. I.a-r-TKwlll
And proper treatment for diseases pe
culiar to their sex. All letter containing stamps
'or rep'v promp'Iy at swered
(''i-Ltatio.v F"i:kk. Send for circular Ad
dre Ixick Hot t or call at oOce. 317 r"err
4rieer finvenrnr low
' One Million Apple Seefllinp.
Send for prices Kncln e jo centu Jr.r im;.',
lf deslreil lo Idll -HhelS fre.h A;pie Seel4
bushels (iladlo us Hul-js an 1 f j,l line of nar-ery
slock, ddreis H. W. WILLI .Ms A CO .ules
FOK MODKLS, PATTERNS.
Jpeclil and Kxperlmejtal Machinery, in all
branches, address HILL A sHKl'AKDON.
4iP''VT """ IOChromof rRKR.
.1lirj.ll.lj -vj Mesrv-.s.vCo.J'Iil ada. P.
"5 K.incy siix-si. cards, is r'ar etles. wl'h name.
poft'pviil Vaau i rd Co. Vassan V T
A VICTIM WARM X,JT"
Cu-e a'id Vdv e o y-nn Men and otr.er j-
snTTer from Jferr, ou lelllllj-. fti of Han-
hiMnl. i-c cor v mI ij for o itamns AI
drefts lot.. I M Iai.a-L. i3 Kujtoa stretf, e I
iork. e O not '--
The Bryant & Stratton
iJi UiyVt 3ZU Z'l :2? 223 TtrZT;Sl I-CS'i
No. a -ou'f1 sierld!ai ree- Th's old et
Urjet srhi i has in tts Kacul'jr the bmit-Vep-r.
n.e ' penm i :n no- accorapUfthed
teie-riph ip-ranr ail n 'orlousI- tie greatest
M CMT- E.i fcr BZUTIOS' cf th
J -ft isft witi plur; rvs-st ef fseu
rt rft- - " i p . Jl. - a iftfti --.. . ii
- "- ' 1
I -- A ftAftrPTff ftf... ftr. .rft.Aa..1& . Vf ...... I
..-.! m9tt A ... 4 ;,,,-. .
pea-.es. GEM Ma h'G CO.. St. Lcul. Mo. '
- jm v v w
Am W fcf ll
"W ( If
P M f KF J Vf
Z: I! fztl i- a , z?t:
16 MILES OF
' -A ,
mJ lUftVftftft .
X J I ft
EVERY STOVE IS
HIllKLt IlilM 11 OK Mil I)
As Absolutely Without a Fault,
Our Now 8 xrit
Xos. 37. 3s, 39. IT, Is anil I!)
1:1 l.S !':.' " "1 S:'"S a
And all the on-iciitiiil points thai go
to make up the
Kvcr oin-rcil to the public.
MADI.ON'I.Y II Y
EXCELSIOR MANUFACTURING CO.
Kos. 612, GH, CIC !: CIS 17. Y!a S:.,
st. i.oris, .io.
all livi: sto i: ii:i Kits
i iitiH oi mis in tns
K. iHiilili pril pli'lurr lillflt rfil
lifllllfi ti4lt f ii Ii ll I. f !!
I ! i-fltl riofii I illiitiitlrt
r fc."rti -l-t V-
-V! , tiiiiii-ritlnf Iy :.mh -i I. I nut
t'll t . IT ' ! - r llir-
III ! f 4Mk i f III Mfl- f rt I (Br
t't iiiil I'll.!!- ' ft M r im h i MK"
!.' r i li ltf.r t ii. I;
Ci A fI,I' ,l' ftt ! I ! f t r
' iiuiiiirr - ' ftt 1 1 : ?
t n ' m J r a 1 1 1 ii i ri in
.!! II I ! Hit ill tr I
I Ksr mii.isiiko iwrsn nk imr.1-
'.Sllri-eftft.-r ti. VMi Sll-ler.t II et
U hole-ale WIT KV llepol,
PACKARD ORCHESTRAL ORGANS,
aiid dea er tr
Weh-ter anil nll lii-m I'hiiius,
Hrirliiirton. - - lima.
SS'e ier It! ii.i jftii.l fcrrj'er In'tnrertieiitft
to ill alers t tin ii II,' e j.r... Hreftl 1 ilftl . her, . .
an iik uKriri: -Kr: Ht . iiumk un
Al!l:l. put rm lie liuHir lliftt tltl.. ft n. trig
d'Ur lii'ii-i Hlnif t I r if r " f -r i f r.rw
ieriiis i a-:i't;iieft ainl .ri s
Notice lo PniMers.
Wr. Kt I.MSU it K l'ATIU Nft S ITU
LETTER HEADS, STATEMENTS.
Gap and Folio Post
AT LOWKlt KSTKs Til V ANT OTIIFI:
IIOCSK I AS Ho IT sKM IV Vol l: 1. 1. OKIt
IOWA PRINTING CO.
Kor Farmers swin ow-er- etc Cr e r rr
f" u r -a irr - ' ! Wrr r
Allailed ll '! I nl 's ' r j vft T I a
r-irturs 't .!. !, hK. MM.V N A ii I
liatiap is I 1 a-a
To 4fta la lat-ra. Ki"ilftrfi lelri k. mi
Cpon ImproTed farms - itics o w,itn np
wards. for terra cf o .1 years Interest at II
per rent, pa? e ftercl n-:-:.iy
Choice low iw of t ' '! 5prC
ClAde at Q J. i r cut . - re
hCHOOL H050H WASTKO AtPlTtO
KtRSIH.M TI Li KYft
-i"C V. r.-. I ,w
THE so'-ftrritii-r are rr 'iV'ir'r proprl
eir i-f Or It S V.-xf ' rj' Ai"ri
K'llef. fthl'ri i oti 'f.nte! xt- --T I na
reniedr et dlsroerei Ina. re ef i p .arfti-
tee.I r pur' 'e J rife refer 1 SSer.i,' u --
mel'cirie in Uin 'r ili-n- s'e.. ftifirr re?a., f r
S , ' and Jl rer' n r'tn'"!'? n'j' t' '
srMI haTer-e nieiiifir.e fr'-r-..'iT f rwardeil j
mall, ii: paid. At iin e- 're . y
who may deft're hriee per ' i $ "s J v f o
?ros price t'. jj;. $- ss .. e 4e- j
F Ilenrr lnr'. A ( s T ' ' I Prk ,1
son i. e't-at" i y r r jl ft
I i-.u's S!i I r- -rr 't- A I t 't I . 1
dnss KTHKI !!. TIIIKH Ac.- It r r s V
If yon are aSlcfsj wih tft's modern ep r'ist
and fiir tr e.; al -ficri !n! s r!-.!!" -i
ont perc-aaerj! re ef xsi lr.-jr rnrf t or Ilk.
KAri-.VKK'ft (ATIKP.H TfcFsTMKVT . ra
tattle free, or IMIr-K KJCrKK-ftft ' If AKiiK.
S TO l's KOK IT ffwir;iri''Wi.-"r
eerjr county to whom e offer xtraor-I r.rj
inducenjer.ts. Try ttii rerceiT folly at tri
per.fte (a ' or addreft Tr f-.r e'r
culart. Far k aok cKKEiift recii-t rr rr.-ri, i
IR- HAMILTON A wif,i,iSft,
Roc it 12. SH ('ris,re-.niIc.UiO
Toasrm for Ti '?lii
P!nr-i A'e r rar'-
Jrj'fsn- iilnii ! :g
"tr r '-. rjrte a I
arever r.erjr , j e '
tare 'T-xn xr r . "r-.er ( . r . !
Tl3 IIoiii- I" tte Tr'tej - : A1dr-i. ft'r )
on? I- J rliftr.A t3ere-,r i Nivjn A Itr
Hi lOC.,1 -Uk-e-; i XiV I
the celebrated Catarrh aid tXinsump'ion -pw-;...
1st. Her treatsje-i; i xlinciitg gr-x' attenttob
wtereTer he ;ro. sj. .teats the wrorst of raies.
.fthe cordially Inrites one and alL Treatment free !
fti "-ft--e-i - ta J-- . -ft u- - ts. -. i--ftx-aj fts--- ,(
at onr o ce. flrcntars srlTtcr full lnforrc (lbs '
.K. a ..ft...- - ll .. ....iKK. I
a;oaroce. nrcoiars tic- iijii lntortsaxiua
Mitk iill KKCK, I
5U Brarty Jtr-s-t 1aVsmokt. Ioa-
M The Krnt JVnro In ilic World.
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