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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 24, 1877)
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We are so rlcs r heart and I
"We iearca cn count, tho' oft we try.
The rations incomes trand and fair.
In which we bold perpetaal snare,
Onr happy fortune If tKjrun
Each sora. when comes rfce jrraclossaan,
FeattertajrsucB golden largest roaad.
Earth seems at once enchanted ground.
Then all the splendors of the night
Are our, by lottg-estabilsed Tight:
From silver moon and star-gemmed sky.
For years on years, my heart and I
r Have aattartaaajfeue , nfr
' That nougfittdold lessen orvdeJror.
Then, too, we hare the world oTHtxrsti
The aongs of birds In woodland towers;
The summer winds that, svftaad lew,.
Breathe secrett we delight to Know:
And sunset clouds, and waring treer.
And mltt-c.waeUUJM " V -?r
These maByltrdkssfceCitrssftu odtrjri M
This beauty smiling everywhere;
This varied wealth of earth and ikj
We freely claim-my heart and I.
Then we hare riches greater still.
That all our days with gladness fill
Accei.ts that cheer and smiles that bless,
And glances fall of tenderness.
, And geuUejwnjdrfratn lips we love,
'ABllniofMbrfrieafs'wiiose fair deed "prove
That God-like natures still have birth
Here, cb this sin-encompassed earth.
And we hare memorles-HihJhiow dear! ) -
Memories? loYtdvc'nejast away.
Whose leader t each laf with usetay
And glvsTsis dally attiaath to bear
The Ills and burdtsjtaliniiit share.
As mlseralnard assfaide their gold,
So we In MCre t coaat audl-Id
These tactea treasures softly by
For our sole use my heart and 1
Vet, though so rich my hrart and I
We're pooTln words to testlfvv.
Onr tbanfesto,that benignant I'oajrer Jf
tj. WBOgrants us iuch a glortaawvpg?
Ah, yes! all word are poor and weak
Our grateful, reverent love to speak;
I'.ut as the loveliest flower that bloom
Gives whst It has Its soft perfumes
To the lone wild before It dies.
Though imie be near to drink Its sighs;
And, as the smallest woodland bird
Is by a holy Impulse stirred
To send Its song of raptnre round.
Though never mortal hear the sound,
' Bo we my heart-aba I a they
-'The lawgot being still otey; -
And though our effort may be vain,
- Though none may heed our humble strain.
We jet must sing, snd, singing, try
To speak our gladness eie we die.
The Sticrensfal Farmer
k fTo become eminently successful in
any profession,' two things are abso
lutely indispensable. First, persistent
energy ; second, a thorough knowledge
of the business in all its details, and a
fixed determination to keep up, with
the times. .All jdmui engaged in mer
canliltT pMnmtts, Tei os a small scale,
know well the necessity of keeping,
ttjemelTes posled3i everything ier
taining to their trade, ?nd all, with
scarcely an exception, ke and care
fully read one or more journals devo
ted exclusively to their branch of busi
ness. They would not do without one,
well knowing that their more enter
prising neighbor would be benefited
by sudden changes in vnarket values,
of which they could have no knowledge.
Every physician has Jiis medical jour
nals, lawyers "have their periodicals, and
watch carefully the Jatest decisions of
the courts and the enactments of the
legislatures. In fact, every profession
has its periodicals supported by nearly
every member of theclass which it rep
resents, liy merchants andc profes
sional men these periodicals devoted to
their interests are considered as indis
pensable. J3ut with many farmers the
case is quite otherwise. Though from
the verynatureof things farmers gen-
. ," orally require a more thorough" and ex
tended knowledge of their surroundings
than almost any other profession in
order to arrive at the maximum of suc
cess, vet verv man v. lnueeu, tune no
to, familiarize t them-,
xiatureiud) liabits oV
solves with the
their most valuable animals and plants,
or of their most destructive and tor
menting enemies, and utterly refuse to
patronize periodicals devoted solely to
r their interests, and inteudedto throw
light upon the dark sidespf every farm
ers lifer"Manrdo moTeyenattempt to
fisfailWiial Orknseivesa.with the' most
ordinary rules of business, or the most
common forms of law and what is the
result? Is it much to be wondered at
that many complain cbJunpiMs
ableness of their profession, or That
some are victimized by cheats and sharp
is? TVhy is it.tliat the butter, of one
3aiiTmaa always-.briafi twaoree and j
jfiv ceatB per iomid ioe tharr-thatof '
his neighbor? In the house of one you
may find dime novels, comic almanacs,
and police gazettes ; in the other care
fully read agricultural papers and dairy
men's books. "Why is it one man
always happens to receive the very
highest market price for all his grain
and produce, while his unfortunate
neighbor can scarcely receive enough
to pay expenses? Some say "one is
lucky," etc In the language of a well
known college President, we say, "Pluck
jp is:aJiero,Luck is a fool
A most important, matter is either
ov.erlqoked or not understood in wool
growmg, and that is theiiecessity for a
continued evenness in the treatment
and care of sheep. It requires no argu
ment to demonstrate this, when it be
comes known that the regularity of the
wool fibre depends upon uniform treat
ment. I It is a disappointment and very
annoying to ftfe farmer when market
ing his crop of wool, to have the pur
chaser detect the fact that his care of
his flock has been indifferent even ap
proaching neglect the result being the
lowering of the standard of his flock
and material depreciation in the price
- of his stock. The all-important require-
jrien?m:wJ0l;is that each individual
fibre of it shall"be of uniform thickness ;
when it varies from this it becomes un
certain in strength and produces uneven
texture that is not ttcceptable to the
manufacturers and " compels a lower
price in market instead of being an
idle whim of the buyer, as is frequently
believed by tiie seller. It cannot be
ehaiedif either thatttrJequality of the.
product of certain sheep is hereditary
and the grade always the same, as ex
perience ha3 demonstrated, that wrhat
was imagined the acuMarity.of Ke
anirnalisae.conditionof all that have
been in the same flock: and subject to
,3 E? SI
the same treatment and care. When
sheep are allowed to get Into low con
dition, are neglected, unfed or not pro
vided with proper shelter, the quality
of the wool deteriorates, as the skin wil)
become contracted, the pores closed, and
the wool Uiat comes out necessarily
finer and sot in quality like that which
was grown when the nheep were in
prime condition. The real fact is, that
the wool has a weak place that reduces
its value, and expert judges can detect
pnrti!MirW!!lJWift p a not
require much water!' carf,yde itp.fTJowiich the rojal geo
lonor and rinrirmf! alinr nr m alnn graphical societies, and thefncan ex-
long and continued absence.or ge along
I witli very little; hut it will leave its
mark on th wool m the fibre, during
the time of neglect, will become lighter
er and reducedi in value. It
is the humane thing to keep a constant!
supply or wawr tot iiwuock, anu as h
matter of business it is very essential
that care should be bestowed, that the
fleece may be even in quality in all its
4arts, besides giving this .fibre an even
sfisT -4h&rlilcksMsDtsfecure J.he best
TT-iro J7iTfir nnr? Jfnnn -"
t k4R . !
' ClrV A -VaWSXVrf Jf lVf .aV r
. i 1
not only among those who take part m
political and military projects, but in
ttl'encftg all joint, action of commerce
Bd"1lfTaindSgr "cresTonding as
siraiice in--tb;sTiHividuHls so distin-,
guished meets and justifies the expec
tation of others bv a boundless self
trust. "iJiave ajucny hand, sir," said
Napoleon to his hesitating Chancellor;
"tliose oh whom I lay it are fit for any
tlung." Thk faith Is familiar in one
form that often a certain abdication
of prudence and foresight is an element
of success; that cnildren and young
persons come off safe from casualties
that would have proved dangerous to
wiser people. "We do not think the
young will be forsaken but he is fast
approaching the age when the sub
miraculous external protection and
leading, are withdrawn, and he is
committed to his own care. The young
man takes a leap in the dark and
alights safe. As he comes into man
hood he remembers passages and per
sons that seem, is helooksatthem now,
to have, been npematurally deprived
of injurious influence on him. His eyes
were liolden tuat he could not see. But
he learns that such risks -he may no
longer toil He observes with pain not
that he incurs mishaps here and there
but that his genius, whose invisible be
nevolence was tower and shield to him,
is no longer present and active. In the
popular belief ghosts are a selecting
tribe, avoiding millions, speaking to
one. In our traditions, fairies, angels
and saints show the like favoritism ; so
do the agents and the means of magic,
as sorcerers and amulets. This faith n
a doting power, so easily sliding into
the current belief everywhere, and is
the" particular of lucky days and for
tunate persons as frequent in America
to-day as the faith in incantations and
philtres was in old Rome, or the whole
someTKitency of the signs of the cros
in modern Rome this supposed power
runs athwart the recognized agencies
natural and moral, which science and
religion explore, needed though it be
In many actions and partnerships, it is
not'the power' to which we build
churches, or make liturgies and prayers,
or which we regard in passing laws, or
und college professorships to ex
pound. It would be easy in the politi
clhistory of every time to furnish ex
amples of this'irregular success, men
having a force which, without shining
talent, yet makes them prevailing. So
equal appears in the field against them
A power goes out from them which
W n- - r
uiiins tui iucu auiu cvcuia tu iuvui
them. Thcrimes they commit the
jexposures which follow, and which
would ruin any other man, are strange
ly overlooked, or do more strangely
turn to their account I set down
lihese things as I find them, but how
ever poetic these twilights of thought
I like daylight and I find that some
what willful, some play at blindman's
buff when men as wise as Goethe talk
mysteriouslydf thedeinonological. The
insinuation isAhat the" known eternal
laws of morals and of master are some
times corrupted or evaded by this gipsy
principle, which chooses favorites, and
works in the dark for their behoof, as
if the laws of the Father of the uni
verse were sometimes balked and
eluded by a- meddlesome aunt of the
universe for her pets. You will ob
serve that this extends the popular idea
of success to the very gods; that they
foster a success to you which is'not a
success to all; that fortunate men, for
tunate youths exist whose good is noti
virtue or the public good, but a private
good, robbed from the rest It is a
midsummer madness, corrupting all
who hold the tenet The monologic
is only a fine name for egotism, an ex
aggeration, namely, of the individual,
whom it is nature's settled purpose to
postpone. The rice never dies, the in
dividual is never spared. "There is
one world common to all who are
awake, but each sleeper betakes himT
self to one of his own." Breams retain
the infirmities of our character. The
good genius may be there or not; out
evil genius is sure to stay. The Ego;
partial makes the dream ; tbe Ego total ,
the interpretation. JL.ife is also a dream
on the same terms, it IT. Emerson,
North American 'Retieta.
XERVKS THAT QClVrR.
Heads that ache, stomachs that inflict dyspep
tic torments, muscles and joints racked with
the rheumatism, are infallibly restored to'
health by the celebrated elixir, Hosteller's
Stomach Bitters, a medicine prescribed by
physicians, possessing infinite "parity" and
which no .one takes" In Tain who is afflicted
with anv bt the numerous compiaiB&sjp jrhich
it is, adapted. 'Jx Sreqaentlr happen" that so
called reaidies fas)-' to producesatitanaxient
effect. This is because they are16ereTIBlli
atives, and therefore do not "retaeTe the cause
of the maladies, whose symptozafttlwy after a
time cease to ameliorate. "ThJs,isitotably the
ca&ewith opiates and aedaure drags.. "It is
not so, however, with Hostetfer'a Bitters,
which are a searching specific that eoasniers
the disease as well as Danishes Its Indicia.
Aide am Xatfera Kawwletfjre.
A newspaper correspondent who has
visited Florence, Italy, seeos overcome
with wonder, because he found there,
in the Laurentian Library, "a awp of
the world, drawn in 1410, which
shows clearly the ceuree of the Nile,
its division into two streams, and its
connection with the two great lak."
He does not understand how it was pot
sible, 467 years ago, for a "European
map-maker to have an. accurate know
edge of the river lie ana Ks aowem
plorers, of modern tiroes, have sought
for years; and, even now, they artronirj
beginning to design accurate mpjirf
the Nile. Nevertheless, there, in a li
brary in Florence, he found proof that
sanVnAtsteflefcolars of Etmssrtofcall
tne icnowieoge necasry iur tuc wu-1
structiorf of such maps,- neajfKt jHWfc
turies ago. Probably this writer is one
of those who have beea iayght k bfj
lieve that the knowledge or Tnanmiw
wtJtiotflnrtttr account previous to
our time. This is one pf those delu
sions of modern egotism whica have
done more than anything else to ob
struct intelligent and successful study
of saacient iUJtarjr, whether in the study
Myiie'tiodS'Ofin the revelations' of
Five hundred and fourjamdiedyears1
ago, the people of hurope had no
knowledge of Central aad Southern
Africa, except what they could get
from Ptolemy's geography and from re
ports of the Arabians. They had some
knowledge of Lower Egypt and of Ujc
so-called Uarbary States. Beyond this
they knew nothing from their own ob
servation. In constructing maps of the
Nile and of the southern coast of Af
rica, they followed Ptolemy; but his
work was a reproduction of the geog
raphy of Marinus, of Tyre; that is to
say, it was a revised edition of an old
geography of the Puenicians, who had
an accurate knowledge of Central and
Southern Africa, including the river
Nile and its sources. Their geogra
phies described and named the "Moun
tains of the Moon," which the geogra
phers of modern Europe are not yet
able to locate with certainty. Modern
travelers tell us that the region around
the great lakes is, still called "Moon
land" by the natives. Sieke says:
"U-nyamuezi, or the Country of the
Moon, must have been one of the largest
kingdoms of Africa." The same an
cient, knowledge of Central Africa is
found in some of the old Sanskrit Pu
ranas, which describe this "Moonland ;"
and give an accurate account of the
sources and flow of the Nile. They say
the Nile rises in the "Lakes of the
Gods," and give a particular accoHnt of
its course, until it reaches the Mediter
ranean. This ancient knowledge of Africa
and the Nile, preserved in Ptolemy's
geography, made it possible in Europe,
five hundred years ago, to construct
such maps of the Nile ;is that found in
the Larentian Library, at Florence.
Long before Vasco da Gama sailed
round the Cape of Good Hope, there
were, in the labraries of Italy, accurate
maps of this cape, and the southern
portion ofivrnca; arawn irom geo
graphical knowledge derived from the
A rabians. Humboldt mentions and de
scribes several of these maps. One of
them appears in the "planisphereirfftie
Sanuto," which was made inOOG.
Another, constructed by a Genoese, was
made in 1351. The "Plainsferio de la..
Palatma, made at Florence,- in 1417,
presents one of these maps. f ,
The largest most particular, and
most complete of them, perhaps, ap
pears in ra Mauro s famous "Map of
Uhe WorlsV,whtel), was constructed in
the years of. U57and 140 JNo more
accurate map of the southern cape and
coasts of Africa can be drawn now.'
What we call ths Cape of Good Ilope,
was called "Cape.Dsiab," by the Arabi
ans.. In UmH Italian maps it is called
"Cape Diab." Pedreio Covilhan, hav
ing visited India, and Sofala in Africa,
wrote to King John of Portugal, in 1487,
that he had learned from the Arabians
that the Portugese could sail round
Africa to 'India; and he gave specific
directions for a voyage from Portugal
to Madagascar. A few years after this
letter was written, Da Gama sailed
round Africa, reached Sofala, and'went
Much is lost and our study of the
past is seriously obstructed, by that
egotistical assumption of the moderns,
which denies the knowledge of the
ancients, or greatly underrates it Ca
pacity to acquire knowledge, disposition
to investigate, genius for invention, and
ingenuity to contrive appliances of civ
ilization, did not wait until our time, to
make their first appearance in the
world. It should not be difficult for us
to believe, that the great manufactur
ing, commercial and colonizing people
of antiquity, acquired accurate and ex
tensive geographical knowledge of the
countries 'with "which they had fixed
and long 'continued relations. If the
moderns could" have had faith enongh
in tfia geography of Marinus, as revised
Jby Ptolemny, to use it as a trustworthy
jruide,ctbeir progress in knowledge of
Africa -would have been vastly more
rapid, the sources of the Nile would
have been shown accurately in our
maps, years agdand the pursuit of this
knowledge would not have cost bo many
lives, so mucb suffering, nor so much
money. Worcester 5py.
Go vemaMmt began in tyranny, and
began in, the feudalism of the
soldierand bigotry. of the priestr and
the ideas of justice and humanity hare
'been fighting ttftir way. like a thunder
storm. airauisteSreanlzed selfishness
A Terdict faaahe Orsic Trade
Qa I rasa 'Irish Trajs a wcnoerfalprerra :on.2a
aneasaaat hi loasnev Beadache 't.d liver co
plalat. Jfnxs A aUXprr. srents, X. V.
Patcttexs and Inventors' ehoolcl read the
advertaSaBmt of Edaoa Broa (established In
rear harseaa wuxmr ni Thar
raet by astag Cadt 8aats Ban eat OiL
aad an JpJe & apprfeJa&g the Tfce of
keeping a t&eatoraadsts (A !:- lraso
tkmv daTlr rrnsU ted heat of lbtrrl or tosv
jorUrfCe, lor f otare rr! crec, sfecietU rail oa
their draccUta ! K"4 1" Pierce's Mrtanruf
dans took free. The Doctor's Oraad Invalid
HaUd at BsSalo, which cost vhrn clbrd.
two bacdred Tiwatand dollar, wflJ be oj.l
rarJrta Jen- rrxt, fur the ixorptiyRof r
tie&U sJSictd with ehroaJe diae arvd de
ffjrraltic. It srtU afford li csot ;rfert f
dlltW for the core of ssclt aaTcctkiaa, d 1U
Faroltr of phvskiaas and tmrwt will s-r-narace
ft4uttr trcxi beta Araertesjc &!
Earojraa MeOScal Schools wbo hare bxoa
dLttozulbed for their kflL The People's
Cmmuu Smati Miiil Adtcr, br Dr. H. V.
Ilrrct, a work of brer tdix haodrrd lrzv
paze, Ulutraid hv to hctirtd a! richtr
two cnraTtscs al rlesatlr Uxj&J la cih
and cllL I rut to aflj adxlrrM hj the Atr&or
on reixipt of orxr oaJbar laU tits; omt. -Alot
pqc horuirai thuuaoxid eoffc Uto airvaJy
,, A. Cruc, 1v, Orcrt, of Wet X .0a
flcr, P., fri V4I f& asore of Dr lVrrr
Dnrrara'iQtu than all othen coobhird. Thrr
XI ve Eall!ictlon in ctwj caK and 1 taa ciarer-
InUr recogmtcw lxu to tec chUc,"
e Wi. Mi,
fJHc c&ti&WiM jsWctott
Comrtanvif one of
oricsof which Wis
consin can )usUr ija-U This cstahUshtocrBt,
located at Brloll. ..jraii louadfl ine U. II.
WWSk Jta is Jf7, sad a rncort-oriftl
tinier hSt1 at the TxU; WiA
(.Vjmiauy in T-Tit, witn a capital of f.W,O0U,
which !"all paid up, with a cuniderahk: sur
ploa. Th: oiBcera of Use CcKniAnr ant, S. T
Merrill, President; W II. Wheeler, Vice Pres
ident; C B. Salmrtn, Jceretary and Treasurer.
JTher oocQpv one of the finet hnildins in the
Mate lor tne purrje, tne maun tuuunrbclnr
of aton with iroa trlinni'njra, three floors and
basement- The other baOdin? inclade a
loundrv aafl tuacjunilth shop. las:oapsMir
were the oriinatons of the solid-wheel mlmi
mill, aal are protected by nine different rat-
u, ajj ngi mxhznkM. Tbecabdir
of the manufactorv Is about 1.200 wind-ailli
per j ear, ln.'idea gmapa md cvlinders, which
they manufacture Urelr- Ther build 13
Mze of wind-mills, from the 10" foot farm
puuiplnc-niill to Ujc fiO foot power mills for
crmdiag purjxe. Their baf mesi extend in
Sr different states of tbe Union, besides South
America, C uba, AutralIa and Europe.
The principle upon which the) build the
mlllu ha ben thoroughly tested for 10 u-arn-
Uv fair repreaesUfttlou they have established
avind-inlll reputation which I undoubtcdlr
the beht in the United States. Farmers that
are improving thlr property and making iu-ve-ments,
will rind wlnd-miUs not only a
pleasure, but a machine r.f profit.
Tills company arc abl and willing to cnxr
antee tli eir work, and parties detfrin;: wme
thin? Mrouzj. durable and powerful, will con
suit their interest by addreiitijr them. They
invite correiondence, and funiUh docriptlve
circulars on application to C. H. Salmou, Sec
retary, Beloit, wis.
Nature, in her luxuriance, has clothed the
hillr and the dale with herb and shrub, whoe
occult nature merely require the eaniest ap
plication of the scientific and inquiring mind
to reeai incir curauve protK:rtlej4, lor in Ue
iru idence hat placed
The only eiecltics for
lieaunj lor an uatif)i-4.
anv disease et di-wovernl are vecetable In
their nature, ami while quinine has len ac
cepted an the only remedy for one cIjas. the
extract of the Iluchu plant Is rapidly taking
its place a? a sovereign remely for other of
those Ills w hlcli afliict humanity Tlie tvpo of
disease to which it is remedial "is a broad onr,
and it manifectations are legion, but it may
be stated in general terms tlut all discacs o'f
the urinarv on:an. w hether caused br climate.
irregularity, or 6elf-generated, eubmft at once
to the operation of it power, llelmltold's
iluchu for all such complaint, b the result of
long research, and is acknowledged auerior
to all other reparation.
READ'8 SOIUS TlUiOAT ANDCATATtHH
PowDEit, acts like magic and is one of
the wonders of the age. It cures almost
any case of throat disease in a single
day. Sent by mail on receipt of 60 eta.
W. II. Head 179 Baltimore strset Balti
nnre, Md.; VaSchaack, Stevenson &r
Iteid, Chicago, Agents. .
"Read's Grand Duchess Cologne
took the Centennial Medal and is the
finest in America. Twenty-live cents
and 81.00 jer Iwttle. ,
Yankee enterprise has at last furnished an
article that will enable a gentleman to black
his boots without in the least soiling hi hands;
1. e., by using the Pat. Wood Box Blacking.
SOME OF THE GREATEST RASCALI
TIES of the world are achieved bv the use of
impure and poisonous materials fn article f
current ue. It has been the noble aim of the
manufacturers of Doolet's Yeast Fowdeu
to make an absolutely pure article, which
should be a boon to every household. Little
more than half the usual quantity, and makes,
the most delicious bread and pastry. . -
Look outfor the Pine Tree In our next weekV
issue. Dr. Crook's Wine of Tar was never
known to fail in relieving Coughs, Colds, Con
sumpdo!ijHlVF$tiar 'diseases of throat and
lungs. The statements which will appear In
thel'iue Tree advertisement next week, al
though startling', are literally true, and a trial
of Dr. Crook's Wine of Tar w ill convince those,
who use it. Tryone bottle"-
tWTo prcsarvit .anisual natter nr any Und
after death, art If! rial meats mast be cnplored.
Tli us. to keep anu utilise tbe skins of cattle, ttiey
ployed In tar proeesa until
are lauuru aim curntu, various soeaas oeiurrn:-
ult. To fanner fressrve this prod act, It Is
msks occasional applications or
ans similar tu tho used br curriers.
ia occasional s
lar tu ttiot oa
The ibear know
compoand of this tort Is TJncie
Nam's Harness Oil. whica renders leather ton aw)
effectually closes th
e entrao.ee of dampness
aii otnet deleterious Influences
hasten tho decay of leather.
tWSror lHATTKRRiiiiJi CocoH. Every caa
of consumption commences with a couch, occa
sioned by haYlnp taken cold, watch If allowed to
ran Its course- will soon work Its way into the air
psssatrea. ana tbea t the lunrs. and If not
checked, by pome such Tataabie cough remedy
as Kllert'a Extract of Tar and Wild Cherry,
'which IstrnrlsariedTorall diseases or tbe throat
aaOMaafa. A setloaaspeli or sickness maybe the
resnlt of such carelessness and an expensive
Doctor's Mil to pay.
Best BwoK Ton Hrrnr boot. The new lilos
trateiedlllenof Webs'er's Dictionary, contain
ing three tbonsand engravings, is the best book
for every bodv that the press has produced In tn
present century, and sbonMbe regsrrted as Inils
peasaMs to tbe well regulated home, reading
rMSQ.Hbrarj,aallaeeor business GoldsaXra.
Read the advertisement to Carpenters. Job
bers arid Agents, in another column. Write at
once to Racine Hardware Manufg Co., Racine,
Wis., and receive the agency for your county.
"Webster's Uxabridoed Illustrated 3,
000 Illustrations. "Viewed as a whole, we
are confident tbatno other living language has
a dictionary which so folly andfaithful!v sets
forth its present condition as the last edition
of Webster does that of our written and spoken
English tongue." Harper's Weekly.
st like a thief at nli. eyes tbe Infant
Therefore every atotner shoeld have a
bottle of Stnnebraker's
cwaursi ssyrssa. to meet
any emergency la such cases
ItLu"!5liI,T,", Kravr tra for !teir.
" ems eTervlwv reeofnBi I a the o
reliable emeay Courts CM awl Fntfnona
rT eosaplalnts- ,FJle 55 rents, large bottles, so
cents. Tor sa' a -err A- fr.
Ossalsiair sExtesarfssaT astatic
Every mechanic lumberman, farmer, and
everr one having nw for a rnle should send us
postal card for descriptive drcHkr
E. SuTTir fc Co.. Rockford IIls m
m- tmtrsa rTT.w
ntintoi ar Molsrnre. PlsVPMnsT TreMt. as
thonsrh pin worm wer rrawllnr In anil sNant
h retnn.Tartlen1a''lT at l r. t b t
r nmtlniui effrfWL. STA NM OTVT
M'FVT.,'r'sant.surrs!r alto for ttr. all sk
tlfas. Mailed t-n,1' ob rpt of nrt
vcTshx. nrth(iTei tT.2V rtrtres U"tT.
Tr. RwtT) lnn SW Ttnrth inl t "TStla4M
ptta. Remit rirT.O. orslr. r registers letter.
Wat ' sjiptT Waawa ta eoaai to ct
em's EvTarr of 8iat wm for hTeaais?
nn a col al ewrins; oaraia. xmin In the
breast, aide or hsek. Ki"'m f tPe l!i n
hAn-s, atuTneaa of the Joints. saaBac, swelled
aamnMsjL iiomsi. "Wimia rm ka
oreii teiwa enlltio-i for toot Sprtv sjrsfl
tqnnMr work? tf an. errrral tUssi aruintd tae
strlrtlv ohaeere. wsl ear, rernlar feert as4
ithei erirrylnr aee essomrthai avaajnTfala. Sjana
int fan tn "riTe thew Tfwcxa Sam a Cowdttow
Pavbsi aeeeiBC to l!reetloB. ad Ttm arm N
rn rewarrtM f nr vevr exaraat aad troaMa. TV
sale by all dnHWlatai.
A well blacked rtoTe will gtre yonr room an
air of comfort and neatnem more than most
ManTWonld hare this were ft
not for the formidable obstacles of a Drrossra-
ltJonancl dnstrsanae lewBlred brthe old nro-
eea-lJs.tWXat. wood box Store folisn
Paste yon can black your store brflHantlr,
qnfcUyandwIthaaijnaklnr'tbe least dastoV
smell .and without aafliaft tow aaods.
ta. eret. mt . war 1 . tr
Tr tTmT9 CVrmpewHl Irtrae of tnar sryl
at t he4ln tn nanrsms "tea of AraanTKa
avtitrr nt trthaf" Henl attm. anl art ta
Waaaaisi- a4 sravw f a4 KssttavK'natr esse.
HO! EVERY ONE!
at' m t a fra Uttry Cxit.
Tt4 LtW wr. iwrJirrtu.
iWxU. vy Ji ssl R4ttftl 4im,
: t T UJ UXJkrr. t frt1. X ttvxt atsy
H. t4 H. - crl arl r
UiM Sa ! g1 rrM tUt?'ir t
ait rrrr. Xi I Ml t rr at;
ytti s4 wrrsfcim! Ivt vm jr. Wta
t- S t.t rtTt U t K-f var
ss- stesisi LtBM, lti-: tairt aj
sasfLi a skt tscanirn prr- Xtnt fayy
Wjn.T9 jb AaserR. atajii r(Xim TTAm
eoKtlaaailj lwtH- Art-U .tj rtrty.
wrm, fr rtrrSa t Rassst tiua.
m vt svt. x t r t . oc
ga rsttrst At. Waoateta. U. C Ka$aV
Hj4 im last rw af:r satae. Crratar f
Jratrartkaaa. rfrvr. 4u. swet tTt
I iat littslT rro-3FUitt rW utstTts
rattJt t rare 4tsric? a4 fcJ4-u rU Js
KialCl4ta I miuv4br stall tmrtt
tfcr rain for era. 4 Ttsr l'rti, u v
KratXV M. D.Caorrtova. BrsiaCVly XU.
-W. OHT -frtal
ITS r-.titT-iri -!- -T- IKX.H a uxutu.
Lron.lsi:asa. boi rs.
m -. i. , ii PI , - - i -i i -mm . -
asJ f otviailw in
Mtv Uu laaiMwvU
rttBJ r. Eswaaaiorr
circa tar & fr.
kOUiX a C. Kratvs.
BroaVT etf t r. O
max J.VJI. iba.
-ajavS lals4ay esir i r !"
VM's'r. I!fc .par CbrtMtu. Craiwuk sm;
SBaBBaBaaaaaaBSBaaa grease St erf t a. irtT'tir Tvst.
Tnkiiswrii. Yiaw aai Cbraaw Jd. isaa
sawpssa. wertitasa. tax postt!41 roT rr- '
tfilrd caUlot. trr. J. K. VVrrOHlm Ms1.
lUTtis CaVabllf 6d 1MS-
tjrt I f ot . J !.- s fnia.tl
4,Ur i fj f"wt oi'l.
Traniportaripa farsUbrd fri.
.n.:i a. ky i.. t avaaa a autRt,
:ihiiV'r.w u wwlMil. rr .vU
taaW4 ru . Ii lasia tyaa in.
x. L wur a c-., rok to. inu.
CT e u yn eit lifi a
MAKK TWAIN'S NEW BOOK!
Is resoy for scents. Doct grt bealtul taan thli
time, but seutl fr territory or rtreatar; at vsets,
AUiUisaa. AMKKIC4.N r0nLHI50 CO..
Jl Ranociis itrr-v. i. c rav.-tti.
out EX.KVAT.tD FaimLaatMl Moavlisir jm-
rallamat TMATfcTATC. eoto KsllmaJTo til
f)rtr acre trscts. or borr
C tmate Joelr
nlar to pr nprr Ktrry ottsr-r a i(iccia.
httati 2 staoiut fur vttvr maps and lcformstla t
RS.AISABD r. MtTU A CoaO L,ll at..Cfcifao.
T-ww !atrrtr ot k 1
45 ( IwAutu. j i u
t-mua A Slarruw uuio
U tu Im1 brf it irun.
ilart jl-, HrprvAur-i- ai4
fr Ufi and a PrSvata
MMlj?ial AtlrltT uo U.
ij n.faixl ! ofl1
t,rorat It yuuj in-n w th h trt oau
of cutr. TJ"-an adttfrw " lrt-' 7s eta by
IjH. JJUTTd, . 12 X sta r. Lm. Mo.
Farwerx and Owner of llorwea
ran save at lraat
50 PER CENT IX MONEY,
liyusltir hTKEL MIOK In the plac of IKON.
For aalr ty all Irafllti taardwatr hnuaas through
out the coup try. hriitl for circular to
CLKVEUMI KtLLI0 MILL CO..
Mannfsctnrrra. ineselatHl. Oftlo
If yon waat healtby. vtforons fowls, bay
HOUDAN CHICKEN POWDER.
a poiltlve "prevrntlve of CMaLBMa : S and at
cents a package. It I warrant! tojtlre atl
tlon. heut by walL B. . rtsWatlX. w
prlefatr. Corner Main ana Sth streets. Dubuque.
TheTrlalt Confeaalon and Esecutlon at
John D. Lee
i,iJlJtl.AJ!L-:-rri,'-f ,u sslOUMTAIM MIAO-
OWS MASSACRE, w" -" ! J.- t t
MiruHtTiuatiaiennan smMpo vaami a
Tiuis.TMermonlain J roli
t-r ANN ELIZA. U
lsth WIFE- RICHAM
t-,k fTraU ptlUk-l. 200
i- ti6T,in. sririrrBWsaTrn riaii
f SBovenpM Umtory,
ntufT. lltattria cifran XfM.
. CO., TllrtfoTd, Ca Ckar, UU.
eaal sac like wirr.
More apparent to
sgtit. Made of
Band Iron. Sharp
.Sells lrg b rbJ
lre. (ta lca
board ft-ncc .si.
4k ' asAKVKM.
BAYLEY & GREENSUDf,
fBiin ArtlitKHral Iron Worts,
castikos of Art DtscKirnoxs.
Vanll Itre. Raefa mnd IlritlK, Caat stud
Wronrhl Iron Knlllus:, Ustrdea boala.
Taaes and Stable Fxtures. Creating. etc
Jail ami Cort !Iae Work a Specialty.
Si to K, ClilcsRO street, Mllwsukee.
TKY A BOX Oi' THUS ANT
YOF-WILLJSE NO OT1IEB.
l FINEST rLUO TOHalXO
IB til WOKLII. AH. war
it. tir ttn svrsjem
0Bry mn wnirr MVa m
r aasBswr.S a Brt Mr v V
MCH S5 LAKE MCklcsMra.
SAW MILL FOR THE PEOPLE.
I Mi IS palmt iruMr lj 5 K a it fciaft
Brat SlfcJ. ttB a.d eatirtty tfl-M
an-1 H. It H waatlj- an aa
lunrl ta trm la ta flf Bart.
II t (run!); tnrm tj taeklaf -flan
r t cirrriM m Vurf trr.
ruu rrm TWO u 4Se frt c lac haa T
t. th MIIl-J Eatiaayewitt:rVa
- Tlet J t" - ! tor ellTalar.
CHANDLER L TAYLOR.
JJa'lebyone Afcnt InSTdays. Unew
articles, hamplcs free. AOrtreas,
RH.all salary paid while
learnlNK. ACrt'ess. imniedJately. wHTERI
SCHOOL OF TELES RAPHT.Eaaiewood.UHDils
BKLL & HACK.VEI,
' TCI sTI ML
m kV w
Oflc at tbe Xew Capital BalMlBg,
Da aToxvaa. Iowa.
Plant. spwlflcattoBS and. estlma'ea asadeforall
Hoese) a apeclalty. Correapoidence so iclteC
OI nailuinca. won nnwa auaaj scaow
Ts aVaaat tss
rarmsjn sasss nt
aad apwaisst. far atersa
of to S years; laterast stNftr eeat. parable
Chotee Iowa loans of SLaa) aad aawaraa, asaaw
at t per tear iBierasx.
1 1 per teat laterast.
SCHOOL BOXTW "A'STZXX. AwplT ts
aTXaUalAW aft TttJLMT.
CcaacU BiasTs. lew.
Taie Great Nickel Platias; Secret,
And bow f it per day can be saatfe for S eeata. L
y. CHOATKoa lA. Lefcaaoa. lasUaaav
ftsl OTaaaty VbsV Maal MsaaaatW aMasasal WB aaHssaaaV aaaSsl PsTaat
am am aw waTvrsa o
nUrle aad drcaiar fre. wl J
CarMatsr 8tiwsuPaitaawlala, Fa.
a VT to XttSlU. OmtM mwl a
SCSaat tm . tor terssa mi
J. arsrss c m. r ..
WAJfratas Je1 aettve easraeera aad arrart
sellers, tn -il 2 aely aacteated - ceat artl-
MS ay awi. sac
PM-X MFC. Co. W& &
St aa4 IQi.uawl rl Ipmwrr a4 Uutl
rfJ'AK l&( cuZMi&rrmli a. tb Im ClmUr Mb, tu
PVflL?vi- ftia. t4 Uork. awd rla paV
.XBB .1. ta &&V bJCAdtir. W1H HV tor mimn v, W,
aaaflaBBBaSHE n' aTjNBPataj??..
"SjtoBJlBfSaasn n.t: SSjK'aasaaaSSa&&anaaBVBI
Uatscr tow siicmtiT -
- .- . .a
rtea mat ere )sirvsaai. jmm
laferasavloa int. J. r. Sriuraa.
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jraaaasaaaay IN aaaaa-aaaaj aaarwaawaBBBaaBBBaaa) aai
nrtl. j i.i. m-m
r t- 44tm K tVT.B (OAmi
t. -rt ieM
af sa st.ssjaV Ca'sstsaw
0 L'selje ICnJer's
OPAKISH CaTaRRH SKBF
Wt aS ataawa tva oaa a4 aaatv a
tiirtitrf Crtss.M f IA aai -
AJ at diaTMe apaaa. W-4w
ef tMUaoaIa e-aJ4 Ve !. a-a rry U
oaaiaaw. as a trtat tt t Ma lwaUtJi
aTact U rfsa i.- a
7 an 4rftet t J r S f-iiawa
rrar a-iL c Da mutiCu aaJF
SvctJ it x T. ;rts4 a
V7 xaa ta.
rrtMiuri u aau atc
Taf't t?- T ! aa r
A a-a fcrf -iCW
trr l re ta.
-. tdj iS tt
mt snt u ana sritu
aw Kr.at jd'ji
r uj .
Uaa SsW la? C aWa.SaV
Caijenters, Jolliers, '
Or any one Building a House.
W are aillts a -r"f f;pTlTtTr. TO i
WtMHtW liM w : OMT ai a aa
tin. a rKKftt r K HEai TKir
Caa Jw arHlot - OU , aa veil aa
fr u -rtrr t .'t f ra.a.
Local areata TTatr4 la Kterj toaatj.
X"o frttr JrTtlt a aa4rt
Kacik H.iiAfc: k ro i ji
L P. HALL'S j
A fiatUaaile Haflr
at UblUl t a iwrftrnlwl
.iMj oJ bn) a jt la
Bw. !! . twvklaoea a
hvaMsa Uw OMt awertta tifniil ac-4 f eff
6 KtMaftrai. .rra fXA, .fcWtii, i..'.-. 'Mh,
f . j 4r . tt. i
utlrt niliti44J W(i tw-fc" I.. I
1iti-. HKl.t. 4; . HI, 1ivj-, te '
I Xrw York uuonrn r.irkajr and
ty- raTrMar," I'rlcr, 2.'. crnta.jftj
Coatalas th rttteat Artlrl, at-J la tbe iwt
VSLrMLi: fa'aSfe ef Ute i'ad la tAa a(U
EifH FACEIGE COITUS i YJHIiBUCIlTinClIt.
Kma urnrcniarw icuriicn. v
n gt llomton street. ew Tr-
Magical Witch Hazel Ointment !
A remits vs Oar for lles. IM ftre, Clcera
Inn tned Krellda. Hulls, Carttu&rlas. Cairoa, aau.
Iom. Cbapped Hand Ac.it.
Trice. - a u t bt, tltepald by sbsIL,
i lioiri Py mall. prrpslO. fir - - H
One doic-n lr u all. prepaid for J
end for a trial tox at d ronBdrntUI circular t,
ent. atid tea lll t sure u wtder ir. at
7 will f n.l U the tcr.t ntsxira! hraltfif abd
rarlne el!c ne ytu eer UleU. pel ail ium
overtake iHilUr In )ittiareO Arrr-r UerlatrteO
Letter. Al.te C imi-iuu I
n Kast ll.tttU sttaet. .Nctr Xotl J
34 Ksiajtwaias;; iae Paca UamrU.
t'OL'B 1AIJ COLOREI I'laATCS.
WnOLK L1BBABV IN 1TKLK.
lXVAIX'HLE IX A FAMILY,
The sale Is a MrtM as rrest as tbe tale or any
Stner !arg" Dictionary.
Moral ban aa.saass err)les hsv been pi MM la
tlie public Ctli-o. of tbe Uklted Mate.
hecomuieoUeU by State fluperjntenJrntt of
Iudltjttitable to eery stulent of the rftlb
lsr.KuaKB-'-lM 1U W.lte. 4-Jef Juittce Llll
ruMlntiM bv..a C. SiBRIIIAX. hprlnir-
BABIIITT'8 TOILKT SOAP
'be toilet aud
aeptlr txlora te
and deleter Jou
fter reaft of
actrntlfle e x
manntaeture ol It. T. Habbltt's let SWP, bat
perfected and now Cera to tbe pnMlctb ri PAT
TOILETMIAl' IN TPIK WOKLU onty tbepurett
es;etable oils uted lb Its tbsnnfactnra. I'ur I a
tss thtttajarater It ! Kajsial. Worth ten
times Its et tu every tiiotbcr at.d family In
Christendom. Xafcple box tutttali.lns i cake of
lounre earb. sent free to aaytddreaion reeeljrt
of 7J cents. Addrets SJ.T. smaaMtt. Mm Yrs
"ly. ravyor sale by all diagjcUia.
FOK PEK1- OR hUALLOtV W ELLS.
In ererr war tfeeaeeVaad ebaaaeaC. otfft
famllv pnrpoeor sockino in use. It neea io
be only trlMto be foaad rosaplete. SU-Mbydeal-
erscaoeealir. Xanafaetnred br
. r. ruvratLi -wsmiss
strasrs asecl ltMsrr.
GUT KH UU ITV IlTS9f.
. TSH "'. 'SfMiT1 w,iJLS:" I
5o aaarp p4au la taa
,. as laU f taa
Drers.TS cents, airra.yc. pa never. Tie.
iCBLABSBEKA, ItatBIHO QtnLAK.
wismnttUfi. atd ttat weareOtei
nm onr susa ta. aet to siodace acaartktear
v MfsIM Vl (
uTCa Tal ititloir rcntam raare Ma
tloaery tftaa any otter Variety raSae tr U
tbe ably Ursalce farkaff saae p kt'lvt.
ajre alto mntalo uur at two alaakl llece
w a ... m.A Mm a.,tiftMi,ld rvttta
... .-. - ., .,.flMV.t
I erT--V llal 111 Pa
r At . ?
Z 'aaaaaaseisaaw V4. 13
ft r5 -lrfealW ?
w .- ICsVXafaaw,a - t
a. jVnSJyl U SfeVeel 5 I
PrVn Ifflev '
a aaaaaaVaJsaaiaaaaaaaaaaaaa i x
' laaari'T, ""
165 avnd 107 North High Street, - , Calwasiaas. OatiaV.
la rrearatlacear eajsaplimeaia tsta aaMKas t tf.Vzttt swrs-y. we mr m ssrrta
ar enssMSBers aad tboa sibo ssay faor u wit Ifctl UictMt. taat e Paratsf rpr r i ; raasskw
mix la eerier tn aell It Terr rbesB. bat tn Saaatv fcesie
..tfi ataa attaaa. ssktea? thesb ta tare
rtees lor rasa, we aret s-swea io icrwiii a
tm '- -- --. r - . -.' '. ." '
saeaey. la araof of ate fact taac we a oaly Crat-rlss ataawlal ta
mm taae prtat it aavlrs; tPat tax ar k aad Wstl sstel
tax sTadr. BsT-Wst WAXBAXT OCA lCCIA.a ia!n
ti...ij ann ml Citucgci. -mbleb rxt!Sti
I j ,-Si 5rriayi5
aasIMBaasaaaaff i , i ii 14
nLsaat aaaaaaVaaaVsalavX aawBr
:-i w tv Jm je-je-i- tM3t
ar v iv ' axw mtM a
iea ti f pf fTta jwwjwa afli
a 5 13-U av-. r.
tt ta Cm4 rr
crE tt r4 "Wr V ! l
OasTVUa. Tri MWU lJ!fi
3!0 a4 lVia.
r-( C Is i
Oarret ' tVwa,
f aA4 TU,
f Se LSfcra.
rat f lera, Fae
Aaa vf tW T,4ier
Vasaaasav jaasj' X
UrMMTVaaii r 1".
t4!l Uf, W ef J(aa
TSiTaaA, IktUwticM HtwtM
Ettrart f a etj Pm tWT A Ca Aas4
HaJMer. N It. Jaa K 5ai. TVa IwjiitM
tjrr Jfcn ! a 4 V 6 Wlti tain
ttttaa Je 1 IcfalrfHt. We fJUt K
r?1 fe H kT ja) sftat rMn Ctwa
naf Seat pt i ST I fc aiU.Aa Vat
Cstraet fafc. fetter ftwa He, atva ut4
e Ivcstr Jaff4MH leas'; iirva, Am4
ItufUa Arl I l"fl It l 4i; pesarr
Ki.rart rSB a ttte tf K St avtse Aat
tjiia. Aa 1 t"Ct I aaa -tax ae
V tea fcf f liaJT.ta; till ware X a4
I Hie of ant 4ber ittir.L
Kx ;ral t twi alia Rvaa J It XHasettrT.
tlle4 Jtet lelee tk ItoA Twt 9x ,
1X 1 Very. wur Uarj-.tj tu U. rapUy
nrrrhattl, tisrlttt tall 1 Ike xiai
xi ttttlaaeat ttf tie I ml aiatra. SwMaMWfena1
tlSl lAfT ; t . KH-4 , C aaftait. V.
taa spe fj ttt ? SV Mttafwlcrsl t
Ltrkport. T fc eeK l.r'tlyc Ct t.
J4MIS Nnsaait:. acy.
? ? s 5
a - a t
9- fi ?
"r r ? ? '" -, cviae - r.w f i -S
. 2 tMrfiiMiNu.uMMs ; 1 j :
S S H JS w tH.r.n.4 . !.,.. x x X a
M arrbHT iSef
V JTt -t St "rl
W nidc Mt.tr
ii K U !-.
ii A 0 M ...
O A t VrtM
u A t .
J.D.Ent.rlCs. ! !
II Al H. raal HL, J 3
f "5 f ? CHICACO. J t
0rr m'j n-t
tT rlly l"Ut.
Crt tJj ltt
Urr 9ly lift.
tfc a 0.
m V tf
e a e
U'b W Ib4 :
. Ocitea l.kTiet"eTf iTuanli.eprlttf a.a.
steal attaply rn.traeir mm rattly operabM af
ist In oe In fea!ir ' f cna rtei atd fr tara
bilhy It 'balteste ttMipar a n Kaaily yjat4
lor say slnd af erann1. 7 erea tlj a falf 4t
ork Tb beat Self flump fse aja eu pHtal
borae ssaebtnrry -all oe i.t thedrlr aii.
A ebUa caaeperateit. JA.nW le ara. ae-4
at Inreeaatns (JBaid Pak tbetr ralae A W.
('ATStSl at (a.. SBaaafarteiera 1I.U1S4S.
)Klo Kvr aale by arrteuttarat Itepirmaat dej
rs. and hardware ttorea
rffiht BJaea far MsaavsJ Cass,
WalfWej frasa 23 ta 55 ttw.
Tssre" Alar far Kara lemr.
Thoe machine dlI irce on th Otitaslal
Orountls e-jaal to m jrrre orillnary wessr,
without lo of tint foraraiAscrTatre
rrnnpletlr tllatandnjr T.b!r rorcpatOUra
In thetrtal of alx rmml&s easBtsut aaa.
GRAHAM. CMLN 4 PAaaMOMC,
IlClns: A Bavasre. Ab4 sf rat. caieaff. IU.
A. J. ttsyra. Mls. rienslft. faj
T. T Bama. letrnti, atKaiaaa. '
Jnllna Xorlae. St LoaU MUaeefL aVBJ
wisraim a Loorie. y.. lea. JBfT
SUk.let. rrtatHA AflA"S. tiaeeaport. lawaWS
roller A O, te atiB. Jova.
HOG AJTD PIG
aUsarrr suad Klasa.
ficlT Mile Im II t full
tbat eVaoBtelskif ta
aoea. so sbap potsts la te
e " " ' "'"
Karlaafva Maaafpriarrra. Isswatar. Isa.
" " - y j, a - KlB y aaaBsaV "-a LmLmwL 3
w J .aaaiP"L.aaaaaaaaaaaaaO
laedtatsrslfe4scaixk as wiu five yeaeral aata
eeawflee c -aeT. MAt V fefwsaes) ta
nsik si a yen saw rnss. srr
kaBtKieSL tatsST all StaKSCf
ejjje ci ri s am ier w aiuunir
i.T J.T ' T -- - -
rssaavr arsvaraiicaBi as
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