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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 8, 1877)
Her Girlhood. ac.ta.
"He win come, win cone,- he ahia '
A-na the san lay on her head.
xf?f thC morn,E8 rd her month
And she smiled across the sea
In her girlhood's surety.
". nd because October holds
a r,.re rI SI,rlDS-ae than the spring.
And because all harvest folds
He shal, find my patience sweet '
And my nnyowed faith complete."
m H arper's.
That Pe'rified Man.
A Known Proffer xamines it Crlt
ically ana Pronounce, it a Fraud.
It was the privilege of the writer to
see and examine quite carefully the fa
mous "Petrified Min" fr0m Colorado
while he was on exhibition in your
As some of your readers may have
some curiosity to know how it appeared
to one somewhat familiar with "petrifi-
9 cations," the following is offered- The
"prehistoric man" may have been cor
rectly represented, but he was most cer
tainly not petrified. This was quite
evident, almost at a glance, from its full
fleshed form. Xo parts were shrunken,
r there was no collapsing of the abdomen
or shrinking of the eyes. These points
could not be explained bv any thick in-
. i itttduon supporting the surface. The
apparent incrustation covering it was
only an appearance, else it would have
cleared off at some point, or would have
shown itself when parts were broken
off. But many other points may be
mentioned, any one of which is suffi
cient to piove thestatement above. The
body is composed of a dark colored fos
sihferous limestone. This is shown
by fragments from the interior, kindlv
shown by the exhibitor, as well as b"v
traces upon the surface. One of the
fragments showed a portion of appar-
ently a conchifer shell, containing crys
tals of caloile. uch a cluster of crys
tals, probably dm to the presence ol'
another shell, produces in the right fore
arm a riaw in the stone, which from its
shape suggests the direction of strtifica
tion. Looking further, with such an
idea in mind, nve seams are found near-
Jy parallel with one another; one thro
the neck and shoulder, two across the
body and left arm above the elbow
another across the hips, and the fifth
across the legs below the knees. These
seams are a demonstration of the strat
ified character of the stone. A petri
faction might break, but not thus in
places parallel to one another and cut-
ting right through dissimilar parts,
whether connected or not
Another very conclusive point is the
fact that whenever separate members
lie one upon another, the p.nple hPtr
the surface is njt acute in a single in
stance, but invariably the arms are
bound to the body where they rest ujon
Jt, and the legs are bound together
where they touch by a mass of stone.
In fact, there are no acute angles in the
surface, no furrows, except such a3
might have been inadp by a blunt in
strument about half an inch wide at the
point. The pits upon the surface were
clearly formed by asimilar instrument,
the direction of the blow in many cases
being clearly shown.
But enough to prove it is not a petri
faction. The next question is whether it is
very ancient. Can it be the work of
some prehistoric artist? It is clear it
is cut to represent a reclining figure. It
could not have been supported in an
upright position. The general symme
try of parts seems to have be-ii care
fully studied and patiently worked out.
The left forearm, however, is an inch
longer than the right. The fingers are
apparently disproportionate in lemrth
to one another. In forming the second
finger of the right hand the artist ap
parently accidentally broke it off equal
in length to the third, then tried to imi-
tate a bent joint and got it too near the
end. The rorgh surface was used ap
parently to excuse any attempt at nice
ty of detail.
The iwsition of the left leg seems to
have been chosen to more easily exhibit
the caudal appendage The general
form is clearly intended to represent
hat of an Indian. The feet, however,
have the Simian character of a short
ened and lateraily-placed great toe,
which, in connec ion with the long neck
and short chin, are simply monstrous.
Huxley, or any other intelligent com
parative anatomist would at once pro
nounce the combination of such charac
ters absurd and wholly inconsistent
wifc the harmonies of nature. It could
"uot. therefore, have been made to rep
resent any form that ever had life. And
it embodies idens wholly foreign to any
which have been found in American
antiquities; it is difficult to believe it
the work of any ancient hand, while on
the contrary the Simian feet and tail
1 Ty strongly point to the only remain
ing conclusion, that it is the work of a
recent workman who has learned just
enough of evolutionary views to misin
terpret or caricature them. This Pueb
lo "ietrifaction" can only merit the
title, therefore, because it is made out
woi stone not made into stone. It is a
worthy successor of the Cardiff giant.
May its glory be brief and the planners
of the fraud meet their deserts.
J. E. Todd.
Tabor College. October IS, 1577.
Railways in London.
Xearly alltheEnglish railways which
have termini in London pass through
from four to ten miles of the metrop
olis and its suburbs, and, on that part of
their lines, carry immense numbers of
passengers who live in the suburbs, and
are employed in the city. The stations
are but about half a mile apart, and be
tween S and 9 in the morning and 6 and
7 in the evening both stations and trains
are crowded. Fares are conveniently
arranged for short distances, and on
nearly all trains you may ride by first,
"second, or third class cars, as suits yeur
purse or humor.
Fares for first, second, and third clas3
are about 5, S1 ana 2 cents per mile re
spectively. The best cars have rather
more luxurious upholstery than the
same class in the United States, but
none of the classes are provided with
drinking water, closets, or hre. Second
class are very comfortable, but are not
at all equal to the first class cara of the
United States, whereas the fares are a
trifle high? r. Third class cars are plain,
reasonably clean, and considerably more j
than half the people travel in them.
Eeturn tickets are sold at reduced rates ,
Season tickets are sold also, and very '
largeiy used. By these tickets it is pos
sible to ride as much as four miles and
return, daily, for about eight cents by
second class. There are also trains
called workmen's trains which start
to the city at early hours in the morn
ing, say from 4 to G, and carry passen
gers at even lower rates than those
named above. A laboring man may
live in some suburban village ten miles !
from his work, and yet ride to and fro !
daily for about fifty cents per week. '
More than half a dozen prominent rail
ways, running to various pans or tne
L'nited Kingdom, have stations within
ten minutes' walk of the Bank of Eng
land and Royal Exchange,
The Underground Railway is one of
the great enterprises of modern Lon
don, and carries immense numbers of i
Dassenzers. It makes almost a com-
plete circuit of the chief part of the me
tropolis, which lies on the north side of '
the Thames. Toward the west and
northwest it has some branches and !
suburban connections, but does not ap-
proach the suburbs in any other direc
tion ; hence its trade is largely confined
to central London, but is immense nev
ertheless. Trains run every ten min
utes; stations are about half a mile j
apart; nearly all the trains have the j
usual three classes of cars, and fares are '
a trifle higher than on the other rail
ways. To show its enormous traffic and
capacities, I may mention that on Whit "
Monday it carried more than 240,000
people ; yet its length, exclusive of the
suburban branches, is but about eight
miles. The day I have mentioned wa
a public holiday, and John Bull had on
his best clothes, and was out enjoying
his beer, and perchance taking a run
into the country ; hence that must not j
be taken as an average day's work for
the "Tnderground Railway. It is, in
fact, the highest figure it has yet reach
ed. The longest ot its su DurDan nrancn
es reaches to Richmond, which is less
than ten miles from the Bank, but this
branch leads to Richmond Park and the
famous Kew Gardens, and to these
places they carry great numbers of peo
ple, especially on Saturday and Sunday
afternoons and on holidays.
That part of this road v. hich is under
ground cost more than S5,f 00,000 per
mile. This sum looks almost fabulous, ,
but the right of way was very costly,
and the difficulties they encountered ,
were tremendous. The last fiscal year i
the stockholders received a dividend of
four per cent which is considered rea
sonably good in England, where money
is so abundant and the rate of interest
so low. The stock is now worth about
lot. Most English railways pay divi- ,
dends of five or six per cent.
After Wild Honey.
The senses of the bees are very acute.
By the aid of smell they find the sweet
est iljwer3, and thus the delicate clean
liness of the hive ispreserved. While
certain odors are very attractiv to them,
others are excessively repugnant. This
tondness for certain perfumes is used
by bee-hunters in discovering the nests
of wild bees. When wild bees are seen
loitering around, an upright stake, to the
upper end of which is attached a small
horizontal platform, is planted some
wiiere near; on this platform is placed a
bit of full comb, and in front of it is
suspended an open phial of annis, an
odor they particularly love. To expedite
matters, one of the strange bees is fre
quently captured by inverting over the
fljwer from which it is sucking a small
cylinder with glass over the end. The
bee flies up to the lighted end : the lower
part is covered with the hand, and the
cylinder placed over the honey comb on
the platform. As soon as the cylinder
is darkened, by putting something over
the top, the bee goes down te the hon-
ey and tills its honey-sac. When fully j
eorced. it is released : a hee with its
honey-sac filled, always makes a "bee
line" for the hive. When the load of
stolen sweets is disposited, the little pil
ferer comes back, usually with a com
panion, guided by the scent of annis;
both alight on the platform, and are
held in mild captivity till they are tilled.
One is then released, the direction it
tak?s is noted ; the stake is then carried
to come distance to the right or the left
of its former position, nnd the second
bee released. The point at which the
two "bee-lines" cut each other is the po-
sition of the nesL-JTra. S. B. Merrick: j
The long, weary journey from Sidney
had come to an end ; our hero who had
txnr.imA1 n Un11 ranm" ir Qrlrinon rf o
r -,T . ..!, io f nn
freight-wagon to Visit the land Of gold
had arrived, soiled and weather-beaten.
in the metropolitan city of Deadwood.
Tne weary march was forgottten and
the joy was unconrlned. A fervent ad- "" " un Bucu-r-mirerofthefairsex.hesoughtthedance-
house, where "take your partner" is the f the filament embraces
onlv introduction needed. When the , the world, so mercy must encircle friend
exciting moment of "gnts to the right,' an?,f(: tThe su Pu" imPar"
was announced, his colossal cowhides J j115 xhl0h the reSions
smote the floor like the stamps of a 1 of infinity; heaven bestows the dew
nnnrtT-Tmll Whn th pl,nms cnnnrl equally On every thlTStV planL What-
of "balance to the right" rang through
thp prnvrded hall nnr nilemm ntprftl nnp
long hoop-ee, and shouldering his fair 1
noi-T-nA- nKrAfK o frUv-r-v,l Kn
ing fluid. "Partners for a quadrille."
Our hero sprang upon the floor and ex
temporized a break down. "Bog on my
melt, I am the tiger of the woods.
Come here, gal, let's hare some more tar
antler juice " "All set." shouted the
floor manager. Scrape them cat's in
nards and let's codfish around." In the
excitement of "all hands round," the
heavy-weigkt unfortunately collided
with our pilgrim, and explanations were
of no avail. ul am bad," shouted our he
ro; "let me at him, let me chaw his mane;
I'm a coyote. Lot go my harness; I'm a
yellow-tailed wolf, let me pick his eyf
A t . 1 1 A...
oui ; x m a wcoiy norse, iiaru to curry, printed copy of the drawings and gpecidca-hoop-ee;
I'm an elephant, I'm jllit , lions of anv patent desired, enclose 'Si cents
then he trod on a favored corn of a bar
dy herder, who pasted our hero one be
tween the eyes, which seated him vio
lently upon the floor, as he arose, blow
ing the ruby fluid from his nasal prom
ontory, he reiterated. "I'm an elephant,
but my hide's tore. Slack Bills Pio
neer. The Art of Forgetting.
What a bless3d thing it is that we
can forget! To-day's troubles look
large, but a week hence they will be
forgotten and buried out of signt. Says .
"If you would keep a book, and daily
put down the things that worry you,
and see what becomes of them, it would
be a benefit to you. You allow a thing
to annoy you, just as you allow a fly to
settle on you and plague you ; and you
lose your temper (or rather get it) ; for
when men are surcharged with temper
they are said to have Io3t it ; and you
justify yourselves for being thrown off
jour balance by causes which you do
not trace out. But if you would see
what it was that threw you off your
balance before breakfast, and put it
down in a little book, and follow it up,
and follow it out, and ascertain what
becomes of it, you would see what a
fool you were in the matter."
The art of forgetting is a blessed art
but the art of overlooking is quite as
important And if we should take time
to write down the origin, progress, and
outcome of a few of our troubles, it
would make us so asnamed of the fuss
we make over them, that we should be
glad todrop such things and bury them
at once in eternal forgetfulnes3. Life is
too short to be wom out in petty wor
ries, fretting?, hatreds, and vexations.
Tomato Catsup. Cut one peck of
ripe tomatoes in halves, boil them in a
porcelain kettle until the pulp is all dis
solved, then strain them well through a
hair sieve and set the liquor on to boil,
. adding one ounce of salt, one of mace,
I one tablespoonful of black pepper, one
' teaspoonful of red pepper, one table
spoonful of ground cloves.five of ground
mustard ; let them boil together for five
or six hours, and stir them most of the
time. Let the mixture stand eight or
ten hours in a cool place, add one pint
of vinegar, and then bottle it: seal the
corks and keep in a cool, dark place.
Hop Yeast. Here is an excellent re
ceipt for yeast. Boil two ounces of the
t best hops in four quarts of water, for
half an hour. Strain it, and let the li
quor cool down to new milk warmth.
Then put in a small handful of salt and
half a pound of sugar. Beat up one
pound of lour with some of the liquor,
and mix all well together. The third
day add three pounds of potatoes.boiled
and mashed fine. Let it stand until the
next day, and then strain it though a
collender to take out any lump3, and
bottle it, corking tight, and set in a cool
place. It is ready for use as soon as it
is strained, and half a teacupful will
raise a moderate sized bakintr of bread.
say an ovenful of a moderate sized i
. , . , , .. . ...
siove. ueiore using, siia&.e tne uome
up well. While making, it must be
stirred frequently, and kept in a warm
room, or near the fire in winter. It will
keep for two months in a cool place,
and is better not bottled till it has done
working, sry the day after it is strain
ed, so it will not burst the corks out of
Gems of Thought.
The pleasures of the world are deceit
ful ; they promise more than they give.
They trouble us in seeking them ; they
do not satisfy us when possessing them,
and they make us despair in losing them
Madame de Lambert,
There is no funeral so sad to follow of
the funeral of our own youth, which we
haye been pampering with fond desires
and ambitious hopes, and all the bright
berries that hang in poisonous clusters
over the path of lif e. Landor.
When roused to rage the maddening
popUiace storms, their f urv, like a roll-,
ing flame, bursts forth unquenchable;
but give its violence ways, it stands
itself, and its force abates, learns to obey
and yields it to your will. Euripides.
Every man stamps his value on him
self. The price we challenge for our
selves is given us. There does not live
on earth a man, be his station what it
may, that I despise myself, compared
i with him. Man is made great or little
wvg-uw v-..-T -wo-.- j
by his own will. Schiller.
The grea'.est loss of time is delay and ',
expectation, which depends upon the f u-
. V i . A
ture. e let eo the Dresent. which we
v e let go me present, wnicn we
nave in our powert look forward to j
that which depends upon chance and
so relinquish a certainty for an uncer
Sir, when a woman has the gift of
silence she possesses a quality above i
' ih ar; it is a gift heaven seldom i
" . i-Vi T""1" ;
, "". - -caua,
not ue -wompimiiea. anu nature suuers ,
ever is good and comes from on high is
universal and without reserve; but in
.,heart's rece8ses darkness dweUs.-
Xo man can torce the harp of his own
individuality into the people's heart;
but every man play upon the chords of
the people's heart who draws his in
spiration from the people's instinct.
TJNCLK SASTS CONDITION POWDM cnws
and prevents disease. Every stock ratter ah o aid
quire. If joar dratlrtst doe not have the genu- ,
lne Uncle Sam's dotot be aeeelTwl witn an infe-
nor article, bat send to the Emmert Proprieeary
Co., Chlcaso. aad jet it for yoanelt.
o ik ou una mi oe usea ms occasion may re
List of Patents lasted to Western 1b
ventors. We are Indebted to Thomas G. Orwig, man
acer of the Iowa Patent Ofnce, at Des
Mbinef, for the followinc list of Patent re-
centlv eranted to Western Inventors: (For a
to Thomas G Orwig, Solicitor of Patents, Des
Label Title "John Meagher's Cele-
brated Eye Water" John Meagher,
Draft Equalizers Allan K. Williams,
Rochester. Minn. A three-horse even
er, extending equally on each side of
pole, or point of action, equalized by a
rope passing from the pole through a
pulley in the end of evener and con
nected with the whipple-treeof the odd
Weed-Folding attachments for plows
Thomas M. Harbert, Burlington, Ka&,
a rod curved and folded suitably for
turning under weeds and grass is at
tached to the plow beam in front of the
Meal Bins J. C Durbin, Columbus
Junction, Iowa. Consists in a sieve be
ing placed over two drawers in such a
manner that when the sieve is shaken
the meal or flour will fall into the up
per drawer, and the bran into the lower
Combined Graduated Measure and
Funnel Simon SchipDert, Burlington, ,
Iowa The flow of liquid through a
funnel in the bottom can be regulated
or stopped at pleasure by means of a
valve operated upon by the thumb.
Trace Carrieis for Harness J. L
Scholl, Burlington, Iowa. Tongues or '
hooks pivoted to the base, retain their i
positions as required to hold the traces
by means of springs that press the ton '
ends of the tongues against a crown or
Harness Saddle Trees J. L. Scholl,
Burlington. Iowa. The pad plates are
' adjusted to the check plates by means '
of a set sci ew which regulates the sad- i
die tree to size of horse.
Fan Blowers Jerry P. Wilson, Man
chester, Iowa. Flanged blades are se-'
cured to radial and curved arms pro
jecting from a skeleton wheel or spider
by mans of screws.
A patent was allowed Oct. 23d, to Wm.
. E. Dippert, of Des Moines, for a Trace
CxiatiEir, formed complete in one piece.
mg-snapea hooks or keepers, a peak
iorni Keeper, ana a loop-iorm guara, use
from the base ring and the throats and
cavuies iormeu inereuy, ior uie aamis-
sion of the cock-eyes on the ends of the
traces, form five distinct stops to pre- i
vent tne release ot tne trace tnat is
readily inserted by one motion of the
How to Get an Appetite.
To a man or woman without an appetite.
the best the market affords" presents little
or no attractions. The sooner such a hapless
individual puts the gastric orcan in a condi-
tion to enjoy the edible comforts which a
bountiful proridence has provided, the more
reason there will be to feel prateful for the
succestion. To do thls,invicorate the stomach
with Hostetter's Stomach'Bitters, which will
pnahJe that nrran to dipt mn'wrlv and
enarne in at organ to aigest properly, ana
6ince pood digestion is the parent of appetite,
dve birth to a desire for food at the intervals
appointed bv nature. With chronic want of
.... -.... . . -
appetite are usually associated nervousness,
biliousness and constipation, three evils
which are speedily overcome by the Bitters.
All persons of a dyspeptic or bilious tendency
should use this healthful tonic daily, or at
least three or four times a week. A pursuance
of this course will soon Insure and confirm a
radical change for the better in the condition J
of the stomach and associate organs. I
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Kiour Good to choice 3 a i so !
Wheat "o 2 Bed aiu i
Corn Western mixed J6 if
Oats Western 52 3"
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I Pork New' Mesa 13 (D
Beeree Choice f 00 5 75
Sheep Oood to choice 2 75 N)
Butter Choice to yellow 15 13
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Barley No 2..
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Boer Cattle Fair to choice
Klour Fall XX
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It costs very much lees to make a .
poor cabinet or parlor organ than a good
one : hence the poor ones can be sold at !
less prices than the good ones. But it
is of greatest importance to get a good -one,
because it will last, keep in good '
order, and give satisfaction for many
years, while a poor one will be constant-'
ly out of order and soon become useless.
Any one who obtains a Mason and Ham
lin Cabinet Organ may be sure that he
is getting the best instrument of the
K"10- which it is posaime in tne preaem
state of the art to construct Their rep-
utatitfn insures thi?.
Don't experiment with all kinds of Teast at
the peril of your health. Lee Twin Brothers
Teast' hich 'ys h good bread
One oi our ministers claimed tne other oav .
that for bronchitis or minister's sore throat the institution. Teachers of musl- and oranst can
GreatEmrlish Remedy was just the medicine. J oeeosae acquainted with the 'best methods of teaca-..i-.
m, -""- - J "" "'" - injf.the same as are used la the Crst-claasconserv.
"" "" " atorles In Europe. Terms reasonable, bead for
Helmbold Bachm. '
TTplmrwvlfl'R Ttnrhn hma 1otio hww Imnwn a
one of the most valuable medicines attainable
in certain classes of diseases, such as dyspepl
sia, chronic rheumatism, dropsy, cutaneous
-aothTr medlcul? Z1Z2 the I
lnt nnrftr nftho nmimtln mwJl a
""" t"""i , w r"- t . w "" '
pence used in the selection of the crude saa-
terial. have made it known far and wide as a I
reUable and effective preparaUoo,and one that
can always be used witTSfrtv .nd benefit.
The great success of Helmbold's Bucbu has
tions, wnicn are maae cneapiv ana piacea
on the market to be sold on the reputation ac- .
quired bv Helmbold's original preparation.
Parties who desire a
reallv eood medicine
should be careful and use Helmbold's only.
None genuine unless in steel-engraved white
"?" d m-v proprietary stamp affixed.
The conundrum of the dav is. how can the
excellent articles of Pat. Wod Box Blacking
and Pat. ood Box Store Polish faste, be
4 sold as cheap as the tin boxes of like quantity.
The mostpopular hotel in New York City is
the Grand Union Hotel, nearly opoosite the
Grand Central depot. Three hundred and fi'ty
elecanilv furnished rooms, elevator and all
the"impfbvements. Single rooms reduced to
, per dav, decant suites for families. Best
and cheapest restaurant in the city. We ad
vise you to try the Grand Union hotel.
Diseases of the Lungs, Chest and Throat are
v nrTlTit in nnr Tr rhanr-fnlfmat tht
-,-., . mMiHi sj Tr VarKhalTa T nnr Qmm
P, i vi . .v I Ma""" L-upg syrnp
i5 invaluable to the whole community. It cures
almost instantlT. Price 25 cents.
That wasting form ; that glassy, ex
pressionless eye! That fitful startled
sleep! That picking of the nose with
the thin fingers; all tell in plainer lan
guage than pen can describe.tliat worms
" are killing your child, whom you can
' save bF lhe Umel-V use of Van Deusen's
White Worm Confections, and for
which we give you five good reasons for
1. Children eat them as they do candy
' 2. They drive out worms thoroughly
J without pain.
3. Cleanse the Btomach completely.
4. Cure bowel aBdteethint? complaints.
I 5. Restore health and vigor giv lus
tre to the eye and cheerf ullness to the
Xkvkh give your children Colored
If the merchants in your place have
not Van Deusen's Worm Confections,
insist upon theirsecdine to us or where
they purchase their medicines and get
them, as they will save the lives of vour
darling children. Vax Deuex Broth
ers, Kingston, Ulster Co.. X. Y. Pntv,
23 cts.al)Ox. Sold everywhere. Mer
chants can get them at wholesale druc
A miskkTrle being
Isoaethat Is billons. Get from your drctlt a
package cf Quirk's Irian Tea. Price Y, cts.
Carter's Little Liver Pills are unlike al! other
pills. No purging or pain. Act sj-ecially on
the liver and bile. One pill a do e.
RHEUMATISM QC1CKLY CURED.
"Durang's Rheumatic Remedv," the creat
Internal Medicine, will positively cure any
case of rheumatism on the face of "the earth.
Price f 1 a bottle, six bottles, f5. Sold bv all
dnujjrfsta. Send for circular to Helpheiiitine
fc Bentley. Drujrcists, Wafhlncton, D. C.
Sold wnolestleJn Hurltncton "and Des Moines.
THIN'K OK IT, that a Couch or Cold neg
lected, may lead to teriou? cbnr-equence? . in
the early plage of Throat and Luni: Disease,
Madame Porter's Couch Balsam i? an invalu
able remedy, can betaken by the oldest person
or Touncest child. Is safe, reliable and agree
able to the taste. Price 25 cent, and in lan:e
bottles at o0 and 7T cents. Trv it
A Cactioji Many parties hre undertaken to
counterfeit my Astnma Kemedv It Is always
this way wltti a jrood artlcl- Hut the ptspllc mnut
be on tne look o-.it and see tnat they j:?t none but
the genuine. My Asthma Kemdr lsthcwnn:er
. Wt KCUUII
i or tue as, it i my own dicoTery it is patherM
, f..11!,,1? ISS'tr" noi nrrror"e aeR,fr
that tnose who hae nsei it and tnne who win
need 1; to tie car ful to get none but lhe genuine
u. livuill, Appie ureec. uniu
To one quart of flour add two teaspoonsful
of Doolet's Yeast Powdeh, sift thorouirhly.
put in a little salt, and rub a tablespoonful of
I lard or butter through the flour; use enouirh
, sweet milk for a soft dough, roll out and cut
with a round cutter; fold over like a turnover.
I wettinjr the edces with milk to make them ad-
here; wash over with milk to nve them a
gloss, place in a pan so they will not touch
eah other, and bake fifteen of twenty minutes,
They are delicious,
And adiitlnctlon WhlletheTermlfaRMand Lav-
cock's Worm Killer are both usd for the nurpoie
of eIp.mn, worms. IaycotkM Worm Killer is
much sa'er. more effectual and more nalatable
i than either Teimlfujrps or worm candle, isesldri
.. wAl !. ..m. .. &n, . It. ...a.
CAIIIUK HVIU13, ii)LU(.lk 9 UUrUl fV 1 1 lei I J -
lates the boweM and cieanses the stem ask lor
LaycocK'i Worm Killer. Sold by a'll druggists.
There was a cook in our vown.
And she was wondrous wise.
She bought '(Jillet's Cream Dry Hop Yeast"
And caused her bread to" rise.
And, when she saw how nice it was.
Declared with might and main
That (iillet's was the only Yeast
She would ever use acain.
pldlj increasing demand for Ellen's Ex
Tar and wim Cherry. Is a poKitiTe Indi
ct Us merits; thousands of individuals
who have been cured ot coughs, colds, bronchitis
and Incipient Consumption, where other reme
dies have failed, are the best proofs possible that
this Is without doubt the best cough remedy 3et
Dr. Wibhart's Pixe Tree Tar Cordial
positively cures consumption. Taken in time
It will prevent it. All affections of the lum;s
. are cured by this sovereign Remedy, w hich al
I 60 eradicates dyspepsia, and kindred diseases.
i Sold by druggists. Deot, 910 Filbert street
DK. WINCHELL'S TEETHINo SYRUP Is a
safe and Sure Remedy fur btarrtioa. Djsentery
and Children Complaints generally, it should be
In every house where there are children. Mother
give it a trial
A Valuable Iteiurdy.
It may be worth knowing that one of the
most certain remedies known for the cure of
, consumptlou aud all diseases that lead to It,
such as severe coughs, neelected told, bron
chitis, Asthma, etc, is I)r Mar-hall's Lung
Syrup. It seems that our lest physicians reo
i oinmend the use of it. The formula from
1 which it is prepared is acknowledged bv the
medical journal to le superior to any ever
known before. We can safely assert that noth
" lng equal? Dr. .Marshall's Lung Svrup, for all
1 cases of Coughs, Colds, or diseases of the
Lungs and Chest. It never fails to give i:er
, feet satisfaction. The price Is i"i cents per bot
tle; large size .7) cent.
, The Injurious use or improperly prepared pills
and other loudly-blown rem wiles recommen'led
' to cure all Ills. Is much to be lamented ly all ex
cept the doctor Into whose care you are sere to
come. An honorable and trusty exception to the
, rule is Ellerfs Daylight LlTeri'ilu. They clear
and purify the system perfectly.
Fanners, livery men. and narnesn makers who
have used Uncle barn's Harness Oil. win never
as any other; It Is the best aud only reliable oil
in the market. It received the highest award at
the Centennial Exposition of 177A For sale by
all S rat-class harness establishment.
JC EXTRA FlJtfc i'a KUS.no2llk". with nm-.
10 cts. .1. K. HARDER. Maiden Bridge. N. f.
QiFashlonableCaras, na2.1l e. with ny name.
post paid Geo. I. Kked a Co.. Nawao, N. V.
I'AKUs, .iegaut. LoKjue;
unm(, 10 ctA. NappauCardi'
no 2 alike, with
o.. Nassau N V
HoralANN-s Ml? riuLa lor fever uu Ague
They cure it once and are a preventive.
(Xl 42 a DAT. How to Make it. ttomethingnew tor
Asrenta. COE. YQNGE X..Kt. Lonlt. Mo
r SAKTIJ TI1KFIKCK. 3tl
4 Agents. A. COULTER CO. Chlcaro. Ill
A MO.MH. AGENT' WANTKI.
S4 of the LATEST NOVELTIES. Sud
for t atalogne. AN CO.. Chicago
Wast Detective. Men in arn -tate
for the Detective servlre, I'ajr literal, position
permanent- Sendstamn for particulars U.S. secret
BerTlce Co.230 Walnut Sfwt. Cincinnati, utslo
TsUIsaaa'a adMlts powders.
CI 4A4BI'' montb uiaueeiilnr tiietfj rco; or
5'CPlanltaryTop Buckeye StatloerT pacSa
MaclcPen(no Ink required NovUle.Notions.9 it
needles. olls.Ca ,fre. Buckeye Novelty C-. Cin.O
BH5HYATET 0! IU5IC - - DUBUOUI. iOA
W. r. JOXES, DIRECTOR
.iif.n mfh .m.n. n vmic thmtim
circular with partlcnlars.
aiAS 4ftnfcaday t4U made by Axest eei
vw "iic our unromos.
Tranaparent PicVure and c'hrom
mpie. worth 4. sent postpaid foi
Be ward. Motto, scriptsr
tne. J. H. BUT JOKD-S SONS.
Tb book Ot
Ol-l""" .W aSBSaihSMsW Or. icrej or a
Llfetlmcte Is ou ailaiout Uucrtlngthowto ret
xarried: how t live happy and obtia fieisure.
Health. Wealth, bow to conduct yourself :n tt
!7 2j5ffl?2,!ei tSai?mf l2-i o?
sra PHiTlair TJ C "l4f HI'
n Hill I llVu I jSni wZhrZiWm?'
Bp-'frKlsSE Hl-iaker. ft t $.
I Lanre iiiatra-iir-iii
Ca'acru-fori stamps. J. (
COOK m Co. Man
ufacture. Wert Jferid'ti. Conn.
1 llljNf. MEM XSZi2Ytr&L
m .. " . -" " ..--
a mosth. Situations furnished. Stcall aalarr
jl wbllelearstcft-. Whole expease earned back Is
a few m oaths. Addxew by postal card. R.
VALENTINE. Jtanajrer. Jaaevi le. Wlseoa'ls.
iers aad Beaters !
Si AfofTALCaan ur description ana ssaps
of 1.3 ,fW acres of E- . Lands m the middle re
gion of westem'Iowa, for sale at as to ti per acre
on terns arid is farm lots to ssl aUclasae. CJ1
tate ana s-11 adapted to all kinds cf profitable
farcing. A dares J. B.CAIHJCN. LandCoas-r
Iowa E. B. Land Co Cedar Kaplds Iowa, vr 71
Randolph street. CBicago.
Bryant's "New Irrmri- Xv-
rti-Lg tix pice cf ij aim. Ttej cu
:c iuso: taaiir.i rxa ot tu
ClcLeZen. RXDCCXS 1 rTLiOU
rrzASB UAJUCl EttnWr vul birr
by it ail !! lad Bmhrt aad rrerysus? ta Stgrnl Rock.
Cia Nc iczx.
Sole uscivzss cf Cx soderfl - bLO.VDIN CYfcJ
SCOPE.aad so odxy Af-sa' tisx rVrc aractev. Fcrtsse
St-art pcgxl cart for kXl pmr-'i-. N. B. I iir-i--nrj
Bess raade aad caa fcmnh pragtythr xsy araeie vs cy
t cr rri .tv-tv. a Aserxa: cr i wup nuc
O. G. SS.yAN7. Scic lift, su Wiitsias. Cisai.
THE GREAT REGULATOR
tjii m ii w.i -l
ii ici:i.v i F4.i:i AHi.r..
An EtTertna! S;clic for
Koud coai; 'a r. Irs?epla.
McS Head chr.
vxnttatlon and KlllousTie'
K Jhercc eed Dvfrptlca. HllloasoSrrer.
victims ni i ever and Apur. the tnrrcartaS dl -h!
jiatlrnt. how they ncmem! Cralth. c-rrrfa.
-pitiaiUC d app: ir te will t-il yoa. tij
taWlnsr "imaicn Livrr f.esu ator
Tcls j.stly celetiratrd mollcinf K'ltaUtr thr
LlTrr p'oinote dii",ti -n. and tortious the y
tera acalaj: materia. l-fv
Extra-: o a letter from Hon.
A!rXtdrn :cru, "lO'Cl-
1 naliy uhra my co-dltla
rnju rr . Ir mnon" t-ler
Kr.-ai.o'. ths.o.lcrXfCt It i
nn d. as. d ait zn? tirttrr thsu
inorr artitr rctntllts."
TKSTIMOW OK THKC HIEr Jl"TIt E I'K
liKOairl : hive uef. "!mtnin" LlTrr Krirala
tor forc,nst:patlcr of my li-; caurd by a
Wnipjrarj dnan.fiurit u the ll rr. for the lt
thrre or f.ur jears a-.d lwir hen nl ac
rnrdtnsr 'o tre d rec u. l'h drcldnl lentflt. I
think ir is a i.ojd n.rd r uv for f-e deranir'ment
or me live' at irast u h hj Leeti my -ertnat
rXperlene- lit the ne 1: 11UAM WiK.XH.
Ohlef Juatirev lierK.a
Oriirinal and Only U? nuine,
J. H. ZEILIN CO..
1'rirc. 1. Sold hr U Inicc!
ARE PAID E
C.'i - 1 :n 1 r.c ol a .tr, n j
at idea: orcs!nt.
MOrXO cf any k.rd.
!cf a Fltijfcr erTee.cr
the 1 ii of aa llj e. a RtP
TritE, if but .ijht. gie a
perMn Ineac ol L.UBSTB
is. ircedfsr wo md. injuries
cr rurturs. veu set fall boun
ty. Kir Send 2 stamps for
c py of Fcnirn and Bounty
A.ti. Addreti a!! letters to
U. S. C :ti A cent. Indianap-
CilS, lnd. C"Oa all letters
i-jrk P. O. Box 34.-M
THE PARKER GUN.
The Ket mirt .Moat Fapnlar ;sia Made.
SKsSTvl rocriect nn'.
v;ll s:c. a.s: s?.ll fueeshisj
FFF.WH EUE2 STONE.
ard fjin Mill for SI -tc
I'orta'.ile .M llifor
KsrinerH. Saw Mill
Munerv etc Price
f oiu $ l Complete
.MIIIaad.Mie lerS-x. A
o ran grind and
V ep in order Ada t-
ej toan K indorsislt-
N L KM VK K M A ItMu.N A CO.. In
Ilu 'n, Ifdlvi -
SKINNER PORfABLE EMilNE
Farm & Elevator.
t t-t to tun. r.
rxfcnlvcty used In lo
and eiraisa. atid alwaj
elve 1'iifactlou. .sen! for
klnarr A Hood.
r ric. ra.
INSTITUTE-omrr.No.sv H. tea t-.
lulnull. t 6 & Lrar.rrrftBffr.
f 1C U r C bltlDLlf rtirJb'k'L
M .--?c' rx.t.- rt : ilia Tr f j Bt
1- II. rmt!sa. M. II.. lUtiv- i ,ut:ul1 O
TWIN ISKUTIIKICS' YKAST
hstaliiljtifd In l(-ia Mom tt e test cf time
nd ts to !j tte rry-t rt-T it Hie iratket
FOK l'AKTICULAIUS ADDRESS
WILSON SEWING MACHINE CO.,
HW fSroxdway. fn York Tit ;
mill alk .ft . a.- iUl J - j .
CHK Ad J. LL.
or SAN KjCANC1.HCO.CAL.
AFINKST TI.L'O TOKACCO
to Uin WOULD. ASK rot
It. TAKK Nf OTIIEK
Trt wn r..r.r. .-...
'jsr :rL nusLht TL'r jji in.
7T7T?V ,2- WUir t Jf. T
- - . ,v.... -r-wmw
in I.AKK St.. Chicago.
sot fai r. u
z.& tr our t
(..atahvne. It cno
ta.n valuable laftr
r.atl'JO fir r rry
pl3t.r.K the jHir-cr.-1
f any srtlce
f it r-TfcocjJ. family
acr,.rt,'t re I"r to any i.zr
IONT.OVf i:itV UARI jl to
zr. j- - f -. ifi.; iil
BAYLEY & GREENSUDE,
TTnios arclitectval Iron Worts,
CAfTirfiF cr all BCRirnos,
Tanlt Doors, Koof-, Iro IUIIIbi,
Garden 5-t. Vs, Stable Flztsre. 4c
Jail and Court Honae Work a Specialty
WHITNEY & HOjLMES
The Finet TonI d-Most Durable Mad
New Mylea. Jfew Sol .Htop.
Warranted Five Tears. Bead for rTle LUta.
?ETiIT b HOLES OESU CCIrAJT, QTJCT.HL
Lehman A Kl'e. AtrisMnsicdealera. D X otcaa.
E- S" 2sT S "W S TJ sJlf .
Wholesale Dealer la Ccstoa Xad
BOOTS AND SHOES,
iOOZ X4DI TO OlDIt A D T1K1AITTB.
ZSTYln Srwesl hfe a Specialty.
I9i Marfcet Street "Near Madlsos.) Chleaco. IIL
We keep tte fci roods and will sII lower ttaa
as hosse !b tie Norto-wesi. UoLLIaTKB A OOB
ri AX. 1 m "tate L. Chlcswo.
1 Z'firt x 7tw Zacsr lam. St 7m Kte
ItnprovjMl Pnrtnblo Ilurr Stona
lZL B 7j5rB
GRIST AND FEED MILLS.
Warranted to le,t..- t.reater t"Mcity
Ilequlre I em I'owrr. nrtl C he. per
IB Irlc tliA-i nr nlhrr tlll
niiT-Tiii: nt-nr tiik.
k:i.j:tox :. t M.rri .1 "
J 3o5rH j-r a. ar ..afc:..v -&. r.e r. .t
lachllm K HtJKTOV
,, . wHiKo5 u.r k .
.w" ' Cre per ijui,i'rtil'..iiti.o
"eae. K III.UK.
t ittOk: Flsv . pici,n. !. .1. .
Twir M ltwa Mil. - t- t r -ftxrt v a
either Seat. me! ..r tee.1 J It'HT rwsv
.. . . 'y bn''l P'r Uur t- a -rfc mil. A
'Id in: let" tail
K K. sv KKTT 51' rf rF PrtrilX
Wp " u a f me: tr t r on r i.
lara ttoae Hat run tour rr er attre
rj MV vi.iw a io.
t" ree al t a a .ve hj mat jgi
f till t.U. II. 1.
! a Klei tr,
JoTra CitT Acadomr.
" - - i w - e C
Are tHth well etat 'ni ih.Tvn. j- ovaaiie.t
aad la charge of a evrp of rlifr'rh'wl aad vmt
cexsful teacher in,n Scm aie t H-e'tai
renmen. Kor ( rr ars at.d .peciuien t le
1 W. Vtefl l. I).H1. Ux
Business College aofl Academy,
Ha a CommereUl an ej.lea.lc. ait.1 a Tete
(traphle course i.f lntrui-ti .
r"er Cliculars a- 1 -jetcir.. of l'eomail. ad
dress. n. Vfrt LiM. le M e. !...
MASON & HAMLIN
have the pleasure of ann m.r na th, repeat ilr
create la co" 'material ai.l iatxir atul lut:r
In manuartt.rii k list (tin. btt- rt,Wl tum
to nuirj reluc!' a tfie li!iieu" rtM (
near all trtr. r tt,eir ori;tii ..r fr..m i ! Jl
each -mi- 1'rlee t !,t 'ateil NviriuVr .""
Orpa' of their tti fai lure atr at k n. IrlfrJ
to s'and at the 1m ail f t-ntrun:". : li it ruin,
hatlr c meri-e 1 i).! r. rnl II i lK-l ltl)Mjs
at ALt WnRL' 1 . H.lir''-M ruH T t ieaB.
NEW STYLES, NOW RFADY.
urpai prrvu. 1 j o-lurt ..n in mimical exee .
lence and te.a'y J. caet .n., .1 r. r ch or
inta'lnjrnt or ren'el tni' rntT I : i ( r a -tedt,a'afo?ie
anl Hvd.ir,a 1'tlce Lu, Notem
hcr. I"- en free
ji " a ii vii.i" ie." - -4.
lV4Treim: tt i: iTi ; I'? nw, ncwIokk
rUat a- Hr I if u ,
Have been known for over Thirty Ycari.
and are acknowlrdjcu by all who have
ud the 23 to be a certain cure for
HEADACHE. LIVElc CCYirLAINTS.
DISEASES OF DIGESTION. BILIOUS
NESS aad FEVERS Or ALL KINDS.
These PILLS act with Treat mildnoaa.
aad will restore health to tho aufTir
ing from GENE SAL DEDILITY and
NEnVOOSNESS. Trice. 25c per Box.
(.k i:ri:Mti:Ki. o.:, nvmw i. n.v.
Slaaufa-tnrert e.f the refr.
brat J fiuver a 'VMatle
SA 1 WDeel Win 1 M .1. ta
err:e.l c.T the ttH'T at
thej;reat .National lnlr.
n'at KxjxxiMon at 1'htla
depf'a. i'Tv, lirrmr
tunalaz In llRfc' wind.
The mover twenty dn.
tmr 0rlll(trs: rMl
Wrlnrter. fperafe.I br ten
a-.d e re fret Wind Wtl.
nAer,t wntl In an-as!?ne-t
;rvi ron rntrrr.An.
a a r
of i:i Ron: a-m .t!i:ki .
OR Lira i! thi e rr kv rm. A sr'.WT
rr C!tt.rRTr: re iv Ii'ut ii't"
rRi)T.iti'RAiT t-v "rAi, i:ri !
las: Eurr p aweru a HeTeitin r
the .Mntl hefcrwt-e.! It-'tt Tr a' the (., Ir
t rat iS yrar It taee -.? th rrrf ri'Ar-4
Vat Itnfc?er. Sr!s! fe Thieve fy;er Men.
Connterfe i Mr-ne'v talert JT t'vt" ark
snd w'tdlers of a!' t n' r jro th" V e TJ
tok elcloe tt rse tr an! rar'd ntirjee
of dee-laid t. ars of rai-le' aid r r"Ter re.
enrded by pen nrprnr'l T"e t-nX 1 r"ay
Iliostrated lt KoK rn K--irrat? tr-"-Aent
are rnetinr e"h afelhinr i-f"i.
This tr5k w!U e when ali itrter lekta)lto
11' a "aTTaPIa r.v '''," r,r" Wora eas
ll W B aTiFt,,, jrrtsi, fatetn tfft 'e
offer Kxtra lido'eraen and rv Krt'rit eharjre
O3hoot K.-r tern. adrets he
J. . MVUm. rl. -.. llarttmnt. onM.
BABBITT'S TOILET SOAP.
t to!ll aad
ta. and C-
"wlrr odors to
KTl-r rears of
saannfartor cf K. T r.atitttt's Het vs t
perfect: and now orv to the nahuefh rff rjrt
TOtLETSOAr I.VTUKWOKLb Oa'y te;nrevt
vacetable Otis osd !a Ita maoafaear Tut Vm
tss ts Xnwmrry It hmm Bsl. Wortb ts
times lis et to oery ny.fc.r rd family l
CSrlstsdoB 5asr toz eoota't'sj ZcAfatol
Son&eea eaca. seat fr to any ddrs os re!sl
omevsta. Ad3"-i H.T. Itkltt. We-v Varti
rty. tWTnr aale by al. qrsgg4.
HI T5U2 E3USI iH ?1YEZ, iTULI A53 Sii
MORRISON BROS .
Pliiliers, Steam & Gas Filters,
Wholesale aad retail dealers la I-eam Karap
Ieep Well. Drt We aad tiera r'ssjp. Irn.
Lead aad Ttle np. Rravs fjor-jt for Oa. teato
aad Water. Hy drain Kata Irnalsf Cptr
Boiler Water C3ett Ks t-er How Hrerutf
and every variety of rios-em' JJaterlaja. D-el-Macs
2ttl s; tta lt alrM water, a.1
teaved by Jxigt or low pretvere taie. We aaaJt
be pleal to frs!b ertlnjate for rrx it prtce
os rstetaL rttth ctrt. becwea Mais, and
Loent. aw. -
1 iaser-" t
TSr- b". Tt T
C A Xarnav OaK
wasAJ mwi '- Ol.. e
r jt, Bey5aet tmi
vt sj aast a FrtTat
3Cedji Ar! tm
- --tirJ Mt-t at fefce
t toryy4r' i':i,
- ' r S awn
- c- r -j kf
r. e . s , , m.
A tsrtnic ul trrtf 3 f.
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ioerw X' "t e.
-. tvrtm ku IX
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ilmw tettev 4.vvrft. Il9a
- j rjS Scr J -rt lir
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j raati--. . i
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