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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 24, 1878)
What tlnir thr RlliicrliiK ra)r of morn
OVr hill and 1 alley Mmt,
;iii-r.iepirH numw. with .i,K Hiit oun.
rn-pan-f the Indian meal.
And If. with wild, rrtwllloux Mioul.
The paptxme Miitll appi-ar.
The !il.fluln lead" the had ehlld out.
Clutched hy the InJIm: ear.
The lreakfan'..Vr. the i.vi?hti-r Mrnlla
DiutiRlrn and MndydWI.
While Ky JoiinKhrxe. from uirid'-d knoll.
"lMikoiit for the InJIn lulli-r
Karh Mrlrki-ti tira- Mi" turn and Ii.-awN,
Ilerdnicxlrm llatik t Mir ! i-r-
Thewell known Indian trail.
Tin- Hlack HlllKitilnT. nalprd atiddad.
Upon the ground It found;
Jrltll .fM-ak" the ehh f : -! hi-P-V le-i-n
An Indian fiitntiierV around "
What time hu rldelh f.,illi loMioot.
HI f.ixortle honrt-e the dapple ;
And wh'ii hi want a little fruit.
tJ'M-du lore the IndlnaidN.
When tlnlMied ar- hi uxrllkr tHi.k.
With hraen liieonriilty
J'oroTeoatc ami fiHl hi'Mk.
With ehariMiriK Indlnmilty.
At nljfht. Iwfore hlx Ih d he'll n-.fc.
With foiiiitciiHnee forlorn
lie lake. lit- xcilpln knife, and eke
lie irlniH the ludlmi corn
''rntil thr .'iirlin,!.,,, Il.nrltijr
A NfWspaKT.Man I'lum Training forlus
Mr. Ccorjrf Aiiii.tus.S:il:i, in f.'owor
slr.-.-t. is tin "(Vlrhrity al Ilmm." in
tin World of this wt-ek. IIcRif Imis
t:ik; not, the first EiirliIi journalist
wh lias been hoiirii'fil hy having iii
portrait (low in tliis siths of cir:tml
ink sketches: albeit this is No. V. Xor
js there anythiii siirprisinir in this.
The Knjrlish journalist is lit 1 1 heard of
as an individual: hi is, for the mot
part, content to do UU work under a
ni:ik of modi-sty. His personality
founts for little: "his work founts for
miifh. The man who writes the lead
ing article, which supplies half London
to-morrow morning with ideas for the
day. mnv not he known lv name or
'vsh to those who live upon his brains.
If known at all he is almost certain not
to be known as the author of that par
ticular article, or any of the others
which, to the number of about four a
week, he contributes to his paper. Mr.
Sala is. to some slight extent, an excep
tion. He, liowoviir. is not and never
has been in the main a political writer.
"He has been," says his biographer,
"for twenty years on the stair of one
London newspaper, and has written in
the same journal many thousands of
leading articles, reviews, art and theat
rical criticisms, paragraphs and everv
form of journalistic 'copy.' and is to
day proud to regard himself :ls a news
paper man pure and simple."
So much the better. I wish the same
thing could be said of more English
journalists. The day when it is true of
.hem as :i body that "they feel a pride as
being known as newspaper men pure
and simple, journalism in England will
take higher rank as a profession than it
has yet taken.
"Mr. Sala insists that this is a crafl
or mystery to be learnt like any other,
and that a journalist must hi: master of
the special implements of his trade like
any other workman. Any young man
aspiring to enter these lists he advises
to obtain, if possible, a tile of the Ex
aminer newspaper, and of the John
Bull from 1H0S lo ISC', or thereabouts
a period which covers vast social and
political troubles and the writings of
Leigh Hunt. Albany Konblaii(pieanil
Theodore Hook. Newspapers like these
give the passions as wvll as the history
of their day: and for downright, out
spoken, hard hitting, both on the Lib
eral and Conservative side, there is
nothing better to be found. To these
should be added the works of William
Colli n:t t, for radicalism clothed in a
plain, nervous English style: and when
these writings are mastered not mere
ly read, but indexed, annotated, and
to some extent abstracted by the stu
dent, he is. for ordinary capacity for
literary expression without which,
it is presumed, he would not aim at
being a public writer readv for his
A friend of his showed me a common
place book in Mr. Sala's hand a hand
.singularly close and exact. The extract
were from many sources, and Mr. Sala
himself had explained his habit of cop
ying. "I sit down." he said, "ami
write out a page from Milton or some
other quite tirst-class man, before I be
gin my work for the day. Why do 1
do that? To lay in a stock of words
for the day's consumption." XciuVork
Hunting Wild Hop in Missouri.
On Wednesday Mr. .John C. (Icntrv
failed in seven of his neighbors, with
their dogs, and organized a hunt, for
the wild hogs. This party experienced
all the excitement attendant upon a
wild boar hunt. The dogs soon raised
the hogs and opened on their trail. Af
ter a long run thev brought the ho"s to
bay. but the dogs never tackled them
a second time, for in the tirst tight thev
received such gashes from the Jive-inch
tusks of the wild hogs as to learn them
to keep a respectful distance from the
enemy. The hunters linally came up
with the dogs while they were holding
v the hogs at bay. ami a "regular vol lev
1 ivas poured into the animals which tlicl
not seem to have the least effect upon
them. As the hunting party neared the
game, the hogs broke ami ran again
with the dogs after them. Every time
the hunters got near enough they would
fire on the hogs, but the shots "did not
seem to penetrate their tough hides,
and it became evident that the race
would lie a long one. Late in the even
ing the hogs became tired an stubborn,
taking a position in a hole in the bed of
a creek and lighting the dogs oft". The
hunting party came up with them
there and fired again without any re
sults. One of the party suggested that the
hogs be lariated and afterwards dis
patched. This suggestion was carried
out. Ropes were thrown over the
heads of the hogs, and they were held
until an ax w:is sent for, and they were
knoeked iu the head. They fought un
til the very last, and made frequent
attempts to use their tusks on the exe
cutioner. From Mr. Gentry, who was in the
city yesterday, the Democrat reporter
got the particulars of this hunt, and
was informed by him that the hogs were
very fat, and netted about 400 pounds
each. The meat w:is divided up among
the party, and all returned home hav
ing had as exciting a hunt as they had
ever indulged in. Sedalia Democrat.
A Lawyer's Farm.
Jo. Taylor, a Leavenworth lawyer,
divides his time between Blackstone
and agriculture, and, like most all law
yer farmers, has a pretty rough time
"tickling the soil," and raising stock.
His experiences are so varied that they
are worth presenting here for the ediii
cation of the thoroughbred agricultur
ist, who will, no doubt, find much en
joyment in reading them, as M-t forth
in a Leavenworth (Kan.) newspajier.
"Some time since, he owned a farm
on Kickapoo Island, in the Mivouri
river about Leavenworth. There was a
house and a barn on it and it wax well
fenced. It was not bringing in much
money the way Mr. Taylor managed it,
and so finding, as he thought, a good
tenant, he rented it. Supjwisingall was
going on right he paid no attention to
it till the time came for collecting the
rent. On reaching his farm he found
his house, barn and fence all stolen, and
li.r0 cords of wood and 100 paw logs.
The wood had Im-cu seut bv ilatboat to
Leavenworth and Mild, ainf Jo. thinks
quite likely he had bought Mime of it
Hut he had left two horses and a wag
on, and these he traded off for a brood
mare, paying ..r0 besides in money.
He then laid out the requisite pile to
get a buggy, so that he could have a
ride after his expensive mare. In two
or three davs his man of all work left
the horse hitched to the buggy in an
alley near the houe, but failed to hitch
her to a post. The result was a run
away, the tearing down of awholesee
tionof his neighbor's yard fence, and
the mare bringing up among the shrub
bery, minus a buggy. Sixty dollars
was what it cost to repair his carriage.
Then he had some land near Tongan
oxie. It was unfe need and used as a
common pasture by the neighborhood.
Jo, sent up several car loads of lum
ber and fence posts, and fenced it in.
He then rented it to a cattte dealer
from Missouri, who had 200 head of
cattle to put on the farm. The cattle
were driven over, but when they reach
ed the place they found that the fence
had been stolen. Mr. Taylor sold the
remnants of it for $20.
His next adventure was to pay $.r0
for an Aldcrny cow. He was wonder
fully pleased with the investment, as
she" was a great milker. In two weeks
she died without any visible cause. Not
yet satisfied, he bought a Jersey cow,
and for her paid .?120. In less than a
month his hired man carelessly threw
an ax into her. After spending $25 to
doctor up, she too died. He then
thought he would buy a cheaper cow,
and got one for ."?.'0, that had the hol
low horn and was so poor that one
could look through her. That cow still
lives. Hut his bust venture in farming
was most cursed. He owned 1120 acres
of land in Marion county. Last year
he had this all broke up, paying $2.50
per acre for the work. He then bought
wheat for seed and hired a man to put
it in. The man wrote him that he hail
drilled it all in, and that it was up and
looking nice. A short time ago, being
in the country, he hired a team and
went out to see how his wheat field
looked. He found no wheat. The
ground lay bare, not touched since it
was broken up. The man had sold his
seed wheat, pocketed the money re
ceived for it and for putting it in and
decamped. Tiylor is through farm
Pleasures of Rending.
If literature did not bestow an ample
harvest of joy upon its devotees, we
should not beiiold a Ilurritt wielding a
blacksmith's hammer in one hand and
a Latin grammer the in other, a Mor
rison making lasts and boot-trees,
while his eyes and mind were devour
ing a learned page. A man thorough
ly imbued with the love of letters may
live in his world of books, heedless of
the jar and strife of the busy world
tbout him." I love to loose myself in
other men's minds," said dear oidChas.
Lamb. "When I am not walking, I
am reading. I cannot sit and think.
Hooks think for me." The thoughtful
reader experiences pleasures as infinite
as they are varied, as pure as they are
lasting ami as entirely compatible to
duty as they are contributory to happi
ness. Of our early friends some grow old
is time Meals on, some forsake us, some
prove fal.se: others are swept from us
by the hand of death, and books never
desert us, nor grow cold to our early
literary love. Who can forget his Rob
inson Crusoe, his Arabian Knights, or
nis first Waverley novel, the three great
joys in the (Jan Eden of youthful liter
ature. The gay tales of romance, the
songs of poets and troubadours conned
in youth, having a perpetual abiding
place in our memory through after
vears, filling the mind with visions
of brightness as the light itself grows
dim to our time-worn vision. If it
heightened the joys; or rocked to sleep
the sorrows of our childhood, how
much greater is its power to solace us
in the winter of life, in the sere and yel
low leaf of existence.
We are ot the ruminating kind. It
is not enough to surfeit ourselves with
the riches of literature wo should
chew them over again, for to tread
without reflecting is like eating with
out digesting. To reap any real ad
vantage from books we must read them
underMandinglv and svstematically.
Voltaire alwyas read with a pencil in
his hand to mark and comment on pas
sages of interest; Ruskin always read
pen in hand; when Dr. Johnson came
to an importont passage he re-read it
aloud with careful emphasis; and then,
like Maeeaulay, he never foreot it, but
could quote correctly from memory
whenever he-nlesired to do so.. Read
ing furnishes the mind only with tho
material of knoweledge; it is thinking
which makes what we read ours.
A famous schollar advises students to
proportion an hour's meditation to ev
ery hour of reading. Too many people
learn only words, not ideas; for them,
the field of literature is barren its real
pleasures unknown. One must be an
inventor to read well. The familiar
iar saying: "He that would bring home
the wealth of the Indies must carry
out the wealth of the Indies," applies
to reading. We must b.ing capacity,
taste and the true facility to the task;
a cottage flower yields honey to the bee,
while a king's garden affords none to a
butterfly. Amprican Dultivaior.
The Dukes or Eiigtari.
All things considered, the Dukes of
England, Ireland, and Scotland, twenty
eight in number, are decidedly above
the average twenty-eight gentlemen in
point of character and attainments.
There is only one now who is regarded
as a mauvia's suject the duke or New
castle, a ruined gambler, whose estate
is in the hands of trustees, appointed
under his father's will, and who sub
sists on the fortune of his wife, heiress
of the late Mr. Hope, of the great
Dutch house. His cousin, the Duke of
Hamilton, having sown a plentiful crop
of wild oats, has married a sister of
Maudcville and turned over a new leaf.
The ablest of English Dukes is prob
ably his Grace of Devonshire, a high
wrangler of Cambridge, a consnmate
man of business, and perhaps as much
respected by men of all sorts and con
ditions as it is possible for men to be.
The Duke of Richmond is solid and
sensible, and fills his place in the Gov
ernment very respectably. The Duke
! of Somerset is a roan of admitted abil
ity, who has filled verv responsible po
sitions with credit. "The Duke of Suth
erland is devoted to mechanical science
and the improvement of his estate by
its means. The Duke of St. Albans is
very bright. The Duke of Cleveland
is regarded as a man of very high
character and a remarkable clear-sighted
politician. The Dukes of North
umberland, Westminster and Bedford
are admirable country gentlemen, ami
always among the foremost in assisting
any good and liberal work. The Duke
of Buckingham is a hard workiag, con
scientious official, and the Duke of
Marllorough is the same. The Duke
of Norfolk is a deeply religions (but
not bigoted) and munificent son of the
Roman Catholic Church. Of the Scotch
Dukes, the ablest are Bnccleurh and
Argyl. The former manages his vast
estate with a judiciousness, kindness
and sagacity, which has made him the
idol of his tenantry, and the Duke of
Argyl's ability is well known to all ed
ucated Americans. The two Irish
Dukes, Leinster and Abercorn, arc, in
widely different ways, superior men.
The CklaaauM'ft Belarei Lily.
The Chinese residents of this city, to
a man and to a woman, are now dili
gently engaged in cultivating what ap
pears" to lie their national flower; cer
tainly a flower loved by that nationali
ty. It springs from a bulb somewhat
resembling an onion, and has leaves re
sembling those of the wild flag found
growing in swamps. From the top of
a stem rising through the center of the
tuft of leaves are put forth a consider
able number of blossoms somewhat re
sembling small lilies. No soil is re
quired in the cultivation of these flow
ers. AH that is necessary is to place
the bulbs in a shallow earthen vessel
and pile small fragments of rock about
them and then keep them well watered.
The Chinese plant them in season to
have them bloom on their New Year.
The bulbs are all brought from China.
The Chinese say that there is but one
place in China where they grow wild
and naturally. The Chinese not only
love the flower themselves, but are also
pleased to see it growing in the houses
of their employers. They say it will
only grow and blossom well for the
good, and have many superstitious no
tions in regard to it. The Chinese laun
tlrymen frequently present these plants
to "their customers, and at every visit
after they have , seen them properly
planted, "stop to trim them and give
them some little attention. To forbid
the importance of these bulbs would
probably drive all the Chinamen out of
the country. It might be tried if all
other means fail, 'lo deprive "John"
of this beloved lily woula surely make
him quite sick at heart. Virginia City
One of the most curious facts con
nected with madness is the utter ab
sence of tears amid the insane. What
ever the form of madness, tears are
conspicuous by their absence, as much
in the depression of melancholia, or ap
athy of dementia. If a patient in the
lunatic asylum be discovered in tears, it
will be found that it is either a patient
beginning to recover, or an emotional
outbreak in an epileptic, who is scarce
ly truly insane, while actually insane
patients appear to have lost the power
of weeping; it is only returning reason
which can once more unloose the foun
tains of their tevrs. Even when a lu
natic is telling one, in fervid language,
how she has been deprived of her chil
dren, or the outrages that have been
perpetrated on herself, her eye is never
even moist. The ready gush of tears
that accompanies the plaint of the sane
woman contrasts with the dry-eyed ap
peal of the lunatic. It would, indeed,
seem that tears give relief to the feel
ings which, when pent up, lead to mad
mess. It is one of the privileges of
reason to bo able to weep. Amid all
the miser" of the insane they can find
no relief in tears. 'Tui British Medical
A Japanese Mint.
A letter from Yokahoma to the Co"
logne Gazette says that the mint at
Osaka, whieh was opened under the di
rection of an Englishman, some years
ago, is now in full working order; 100,
000 copper coins aro turned out month
ly, and tho number of gold and silver
coins which are eventual! v to be brought
into circulation is 50,000,000 of the
former, and 3,000.000 of the latter.
The receipts of the Post Office for the
past year amounted to $595,000. About
.SO.000,000 letters, newspapers and par
cels were transmitted by the post, and
114 letters only were lost The ex
ports during the second half of the
year amounted to 920,000,000; the im
ports to $14,000,000. Of the former,
$15,000,000 represent the value of silk,
silk worms1 eggs, and cocoons. The
customs revenue for Yokohama alone
amounted to $1,534,200. The rice har
vest being abundant, the Government
permitted its exportation, chiefly to
Corea, where a famine was threatening
in consequence of the long continuance
of dry weather. A monthly line of
steamers has been established between
Yokohama and Fusan, in Corea.
The only vietory over love is flight.
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The near miss of happiness is a great
4 91 S
John B. Gough states that in thirty
Ire jrr he bA dellTrml 7,flno -reli, hut
new facet! aa audience jrt without Uhln
to pa the other way. He nrver spprcavhe an
audience with Hit frrlfng a ithakin of the
knee and a drjBt-M of the Up.
Mr. Francis MiirpbyV Christian tem
eraace addmaes in Tnnr, N. Y-, tare rc-
slted te secariag maaj thooMad mhatrlKrs
t9tkei4eHge; fa Fosakeepti, Mr. W. C.
Sawyer a had grrl aereM; la Tarrrtenra
the p!edfe-lgBer9 number TOO.
The Rev. Dr. FmlerickViUiam Far-
rar, eaaoa of Westminster, Jwbuae aeraoa
agaiBAt hell ka made tuch VVuttiM is the
rcllgioa world, k 40 years oM. He U the
author of a number of work of Irtios, hi
lology, and thcoincy, hut U brt known by hi
"Life of ChriAi," which for eereral yearn tta
been considered a biography of undoubted
The lHrrat !' IbimmbIm.
The parent of insomnia or wakefulneM ( in
nine caftca out of ten a drtneptie totnch.
Good digcxtlon givee ound eleep, indigertion
Interferes with it. The hraln and stomach
sympathize. One of the prominent symptom
of a weak state of the gastric organs is a dis
turbance of the great nerve entreKt, the
brain. Invigorate the stomach, and you re
store equilbriuin to the great centre. A mot
reliable medicine fur the purpose Is Hoetct
ter's Stomach Bitters, which is far preferable
to mineral sedatlTes and powerful narcotics
which, though they may ios&a time exert a
soporific Influence upon tlxt brain,xxn ceae
to act, and invariably injure the tone of the
stomach. The Bitters, on thecontrary,retore
activity to the operations of that all Important
organ, and their beneficent influence is reflect
edln sound sleep and a tranquil Mate of the
nervous system. A wholesome impetus is
likewise given to the action of the liver and
bowels by It use.
We hear this every day, and why ! thin. brextiK you
are bilioua. Quirk Irith Tea will et you right.
Habit ami CoallfatlM cured and
the bowels strengthened bv the regular u&e of
Carter's Little Liver Pills In small doses.
'Tfs said of the little nocturnal pest, the bed
bug, that at "nest-hlding" he excels Beccher;
as a sucker he is superior to the cupplngpump,
while be equals Lydia Thompson at ''draw
ing." It Is rather strange that they refuse the
blood of a lady who has the hysterics, or who
is prostrated with any chronic female com
plaint. Now it strikes us that all ladies, who
are afflicted aa above indicated, should at once
resort to the use of that wonderful female med
icine known aa English Female Bitters, and be
cured of these female troubles, that they may
furnish good wholesome blood-food to the
poor starring bed-bugs. Full particulars can
be had of L. II. Bush, Pes Moines.
f v urlfu el, an .ml mm wtfj urrmttl ur An
fob if he would try "Glllet's Cream i)ry Hop
Ouk Drugglfts all say they have never sold
any medicine that gives such universal satis
faction as Dr. Marshall's Lung Syrup for
Coughs, Colds, etc It has no equal. Price 25
.lo olharRemedy Khowh Is equal
to Carter's Extract of 8mart Weed for break
ing up a cold and curing hoarseiifs pain In
the breast, side or back, sorenehs of the flet.li
and 1m)iics, ntiffncbH of the joints, mumps,
swelled neck, etc
The deservedly high reputation of the f treat
English Remedy for Coughs, and Colds has
been wholly gained by it.s mcrita an a good
Pit. Wisiiakt's Pine Thke Tak Cokdiai.
positively cuuks consumption. Taken in time
It will prevent it. All affection of the hums
are cured by tills sovereign Remedy, hich al
so eratlleates dyupepMa, ami kindred direa?ch.
Sold bv druggihta. I)cot, 1110 Filbert street,
Yrast 1i:ih now irone out of date, be It know 11
to all busy maids and matrons. Dooi.Kr'i
Baki.vo or Veat Powoek I the master of
the field. Corn bread, buckwheat enki, mtif-
uus. walileH, tUheuit.s tea-rolls dread, cake.
doughnut, jM)t pies, fruit dumpling, etc, get
their higher touch of art and delicacy from It,
A Iulliv Demand
Has lonif been made for an effectual and Per
manent chill remedy containing 110 nuiniuc.
arsenic or mercury, and that prodiicco no un
pleasant symptoms alKiut tlie Head, one tnat
can be taken by the uinut delicate stomach, and
acts upon the secretions thoroughly without
other medicine; one that strikes and complete
ly eradicates all miasmatic itoisous lurking In
the svstem. Such a rcmeuv has latch" been
placed before the puhlic,and Is known as Pay's
Ague Tonic, whlrn Is having a wonderful run.
L.H. Bush, at Pes Moines, has secured the
A simple, pure, harmless remedv.that cures
every time, and prevent dise.ue by keeping
the blood pure, stomach regular, kidneys and
liver active, Is the greatest blessing ever con
ferred upon man. Hop Bitters is that remedy,
and Its proprietors are being blessed by thous
ands who have wen saved and cured by it.
Will you try it- See other column.
TheMfte F Madame J,urter''s Counh IM-
mm for the past forty years, has given proof
of its efficacy in pulmonary complaints. As
time makes the facts wider and better known,
the Balsam is fast becoming a staple necessity
among all classes. Price 25, 50, and 75 cents
per bottle, sold by H imiggisis.
matisam Qalclcly Cared.
'Parang's Rheumatic Remedy,' the great
Tkterval Msmcixe. will Doeitlvelv cure anv
case of rheumatism on the face of the earth.
Price $1 a bottle, six bottles, $5. Sold by all
druggists. Send for circular to Helphenstlnc
A Bentley, Druggists, Washington, P. C. Sold
wholesale in Burlington and Pea Moines.
Dr. Wixcheix's Txethino Syrup is a safe
and Sure Remedy for Diarraa, Dysentery and
Chlldrcns1 Complaints generally. It should be
in every house where there are children. Moth
ers give it a trial.
A. QMlat OH Tww la KlavtfM,
Talr.KI. the Ma.
At the foot of the world renowned Catskflls.
Is a quiet village of great antiquity. Founded
by the earliest Dutch settlers, it naturally
pertook of the homes they had left behind
them on the low fat lands of their mother
country. It Is here that our much loved
American writer located the charming story of
Rip Van Winkle which has been read with so
much Interest by youth and old age. Rip Van
Winkle has become historic andtbe scenes of
his life are visited by thousands. The great
Centennial held at this village, (sleeping be
neath the shades of the Catskills) was an event
that was celebrated with a great deal of en
thusiasm, and attracted the attention of all
who love to visit localities that carry one back
to earlier times in our history. It was at this
place that the first consltutioa of the State was
framed, and here was the first meeting of the
State Senate. The old town was burned by
British soldiers, and marks of their torch can
still betraced baa few buildings that were not
wholly destroyed., Many of the deecendents
of the original settlers live In this fine old
town, and they have to tell the strangers of
the privations aad losses their aaceetors en
dured for the cause of liberty aad freedom,
The bell hi the oldest charch was sent over as
a present from Holland aad te said to contain
a large amount of silver which Elves It a dear
er and richer sound thaa tteaelgkboriag bells.
Not many years ttece the coauaoa lagnge
WMtaatoftarfathr. rJeiaowttk qake
raaaedaway. SUHthe oldest fahaWteBts ad
dress eaca ether te taaB oBaad DatcMad the,
loag pipes lings of doer aa short gowns
It Is here at tMsvauage hoary . age that,
van Deasen Bcotkers ore. From tafsoalet
hOBM) they have st o over the hroad istae
f the great West, aa article thai h
sbasaea real happlaea to sosaav
van iieaeea's worm umieeuoaeare aow a
boaeehoM medkine la maayhomw Those
parents who wish to see their little ones look
fresh, happy aad hearty can fact bo better
medkiae to give them than this tral v valuable
Twrs BaoraEBS Taasr always makes good
Wb understand that the trade oa the Pat.
Wood Box Shoe Blacking aad Stove Polish
Paste has sprung so rapidly into favor that the
lumber for boxes already exceeds 1,000 feet per
FAuaTKKS, livery mea, aad aarnem makers
who hare used Uncle Sam's Earaeas Oil, will
ucTer use aay otter; It is tfee beet awl ouly re
liable oil In the market. It received tbe bluest
award at tbe Centennial Exposition of 1S7&.
For sale by all arK-clacs karaeta UblUb-ments.
ll!l)a of tlr f MravrrT C
ooAljtr. bre bwn M darins thf lxl trjtv
.irars. In rtrnr Hrilticd cintrT. awl thr pab
lie Uarr rrrHlerr.1 the rmltct tht It ! t
cheapest nd t-t Hair Irlng In lb otkL
MelatMliTi Jttr-llaul Prrvara
HclmloJd' rariou iocIicinl prcpralii
hare f or tlw Ut trrty r ovr trar occti
p!rl a jrtaltttt place on the lirlvr of ctj
rejcctal4e drtcxlt nl pbT.Jcian In the
land. The Vill iilrbfHl In tfwlrwviwratim.
the tararialde jimtaptne and cfSclrory of
th4r actkm, the aWnr of naatKi xI lt
gaatiwg UMr ttr mlur, ami thr sttrw-tiTc matv
aer w which ther are pt ap. barr m! them
alrenal favortur. perbillr 1 tM the
eaae with HHaiold famoo Burba, a mrdi
cine which baa herorae IdbvtMwitHV in tbr
trratmeatofa largtand traMrfnf ria. of
dUcmcs. partkakirly tin which cJTp-t tie
digrMlve and urinary rvgaauu. As a dlurrtlr.
it Is Inrtilaable, and the grvat advattur it
poMee orrr 4hT prvpmratiun U Uc b--
juw? puniy 01 iar mcmUentiWasd Uwr unKorm
Ity of strength. PartW trchaing boukI In
careful to M-e that HeImtjKl't prtrieUrj
stamp I aflixrd to raclt liottlc.
The atlvitrtiHoment ptiblishetl by th
Hawkeyo Insurance 0mpany in tlu!
columns a few wetiks sinee.rcfcrrirajrto a
change of Trea-urers. was not intendtnl
as a reflection ujxm the State Insurance
NadRUie XadlfKr larter e.'aaaxk
MnImm U a Vegetable Expectorant, pre
pared with in"cat care to meet the unrntit and
growing demand for a safe and reliable anti
dote for d!cae of the throat and lungs. Dis
orders of the pulmonary organs are so preval
ent and m fatal in our evrr-ehanginc climate
that a reliable antidote has been long and anx
iously sought for.
The health and lives of voutelres and chil
dren, be careful what medicine you ue. Avoid
all mineral and poisonous ofm candle, and
vermlfum. Use Lavcock's Worm KIHer.whlch
Is entirely vegetable, pleasant to take,safc and
certain In lb effects. Sold everywhere.
A Bay Hiiwtitntkr It. Snmri&iBg ttrw tor
Ajcrnta. COE. YOXOEA CO., St. 1mukMo.
MPaklhlrCard. no two alike. tth any nun-jx-tpd.
Clltl Rfvtttvrr.. Patit(vn-Kkkk. OuILIT
CWfWgaf PRRK. iw-rcti Shoi lUrulrrr
nCf ULf Cfia wlm ix of ranrtJK. .IAMJi
BOWK A-SOX. 136 and 13M Wumlbt.ItttatNirxn !
MClIf Well AaserT Uck 'irilT and firilllnif Ta.
RKIff rhlnr. Jnatnat. Srnd for Illuatratrtf Cata-
lir.'BOTMrOHBA Ci.. St. Lou I. Mo.
arUH I Inm Ufirrrr.tl.CX WOOBACO.Ctilrau
(SOLD PI.ATKD WATCHEJI. n-p
ItUnlnrng .ortl. twu Vitn Cut r iauff
AniitiM, A COI't TKR f)fl CtrMi. lit
W.t.nATlW,TrTnr OoHar. rin,Com1
XCU'ir niUMt latOutur,Ui ll I n urn
IXlrr la Hiulnl IrumrnU. lluik
ttiinft. Catalofsr In. laDTramuct SL Sumuo.
SJ Aaaa aua-WATCH and CHAIN nNuS2Q
lfUl Cktitjil In lUf ITwU ' hati, !
la VTim WATCH and CHAIN V.'A."A'n
AEnta. C. M. IJNIS'OTV. l InrV-.r, V ft!'-
l Drlrrtlrt Mrn In raeli Htatf fur
tin IK'trrlhr Srrl-, I'ar literal. lltlin
poniianrnt. Stnl tmnp for partlruUt. f t"
SrntrrSKRTit r. C .. ZV Walnut St Clnrlnnatl
and L-nt-rl InforniM'im rm tir
T''a lind and Iiunilvratlim ( l
.U)UI. Mo. Th"t v Land Co. In
nr IlK-Nlnlr ufTrtt Ail
drrM F H. WiMIDWORTII. Pit. St Loiil.lo
rata ranii'irriTl lth tin lllatrtrd lluto
ryorme Mirat Kiiaffrn War. i'nxipirtiia
now rrady. Million will lie miM (ltKiiM-KKit
Hook xyu Hint.K Horn;. Ctilrairo.
THe Compnnnil Oxygen Treatment.
Nwtnrr'a Moilenf rurtnKthr lrk. by rlt.illilns thr
txMljr.CeKK. prompt. afi. tM-nnanrnt.T S. Anlinr.
.1 11 r lift- Kelly, rndorw It I tnif li 11 rn of 'Jlip fri'i- lira.
STARKKYd; PAI.EX.11UO Irani St. I'h!!a.la
r Hf.1T. ?"c?-t,,,,T PJ. Ui.lnu met irrotni.
Aiim KO-S rtltOS S. l,Si i:ir.tvn,ri. Mo.
S2iarw-arw Bw vufsi an dttit wwh i b7
n '' UFaja. jaar 1, advsrtihkiui for
dtfraatiDf tbe (atlle EIrOSEI.l,V A A'T"!-' Ih "
tan Id cL ttatc tut U "w 'i mMW rrUi
rvke ; pay liberal , Mhion prmneot trnii ao t prlm.a
oj of jailor .nil for Bine rrnlt ,11r. I'abil.hrr
Amrrlran C'rimlitul liaavttrrr. (InrlnaHti. Ohio.
am:ici-. vat"ii:n kk
Thf' nr- S14 Aiiicrlrn Mom niul
put Into na.(i7 Mrkil Cn.i worth n.
nmklnk um imnt .inil raw ttl 1 ht
cum- lh ImIIit limn htli r.nnd will lact loiiirr.rati k'hi
) on nic -n-.-In i'li I-; or Hiintlnk' Hrwliln-ud
ion movcniTit nd rmc lv 'pr--. i) p .Miliji-rt to
IiiHrx-ctlun. In riinnliiifordi r, and U.-irr.ui' tin- U'.iti d
to kri'ti noI time lor one er.Hl for ! Sen
Vokk Watch fn . 1 IIKKASKIC. t.eneral Akhii.
.i fi North .set entli si red. St Iml.. Mi.
Use LuyHes' Honi(Bopattiic"Conli Syrnp
Kor CotiKliM'roiip. Influenza. Honrene. Alhtna.
ItnmcliltN. tinenniilnU and alt iIIm awn of thr n nlr
atory orvHtiH. Ac Thl prescription ha tnen ur
ceHKiiiiiv tmei for the In-t 12 yean.eerv fitmll)
hIiouM keep It on luind. 1'n-panil at l.iotle' 1'hiir
macy .. N. 3th St.. M. Loud,. Aik onr dniinrlat
forlt. rrlef.ltletK. piTlmttle. Snmple Uittlr III et.
TfAiIe Mlpplled hy 1, II ltu.li or Weaver A MaUli.
Ie MoliH". orT W Uetite. Iiiitiiuiue
ALL fflDS OF BRUSHES,
Mitrhlnr And Clrculur ltruliri. ltnihrfor lire
em ami Prlnti-m. A Sinplc Hrewrr or l'rlnti r
Hninh cent for SO eeiit!, ikiMhlv jiald.
2162 Coulcr Avt.f - Dubuqut, Iowa.
i i r ii fiMii'?
fHMiKiTf IlKfti Mr.r.wrnY.
yQQl.Kljl A CO. Cvri-r Ifabri
I A MAN OF A THOUSAND!
I m fO.H1IMITIVE CrRKD! Whrn death
!: hourly exprctrd from Consumption, retne
iBMdli'K haTlnit fallrd, and Ilr. II. tlaaira waex
larTlrMTtmentlne. hr arrldrntally madr a prrmiratlon
lif Indian Hbxi. which cun-d hl only chili, and h
low Riven till" rrclprfrf con receipt of two tamp"
to pay expense. Hemp aUo curra A'lKht Mvrrala.
Xmaaeaatthe Ntoaata, and will hn-akafrcih
cold tn twenty-four hour.
Addrcaa. C'R AODOCK At CO..
LUU lliux St.. I'lilladelphla.
mvKarr plvo torac
CO tn lh WORLB-Atk tmr
toaatt TAJtat M OTMEat.
V 1S4 Tatei-84.. If. T
SS Iakt? SH.. Caieatra.
For aale by .IlTXKKKaf AJa" .
sale Aarata. Datraqae. low.
A Farm i Home
OF YOIJfcl OW.1.
lot is tic TififMa Secure it.
ONLY FIVE DOLLARS!
FOB AH AVWtWU
Of tfie beat Laad la America. aaaa,a)) Acrea
K EASTER5 HEBaUSKl,
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD
1 Yean CrtdU Ge. Jmttrmt tmly 6 FertenX.
Taeac are the oaly taaa FOB SALS eatke ltae of
tat GaxAT KaitaoAB. tke Woau' HieawaT.
Sea far Taa TwTwmm.m tfce beaiaaperfor
aeeaiBC aew assaca ever nmimm. rati n
a. w. BATia
B.. Oaaaaa. Sen.
If yea are Mfrrlaf fraaa aaar araka. or laacalafa
area a be f alasaeaa. take caeer. for
' Hap Kku will Care Yam.
U r mtammHj afitardf yoj f eel weak a&d dlbplr
laa, waaaal aleariy Ireowln why.
aatomaWftcra will atcTirc Yam.
If Tea are a mlalcter. aad hare oTertaxed Toarart
brrta yoar aatoral dnUea; or a aotacr. womoa
bkk care aad work.
Hap Sitter will
If rtm are a Bian of baafaraa. vrakrwnl hr tk
atrala of 7oer rTeryday dntlr: oraasaa of Irttert
t If Toa are roaac and aaffnins from ur imKarrr.
Klos. OTaregrowiajr. too faat. aa is eftra tbe caae.
HaaKllterat will Kellere lam.
If TOO are ia tbe arorkahoa. ob thr farro. at t hrl
aarac, aaywacrt, asa leei tnat yoor lyKcm Breda
. .T . - m - -. T " ' .
cieanatna;. tuaias or aumuiauaf; witaaai lataxi
Ham Bittern la waat Vam3Tel.
If yoa are old. aad Toar nelae f frrblr. Tonrl
prnn asHraay, aaa yoar zacniues wioidb.
Ham mitten -ariil mire jau rVcw
ftn Esi Qui Ore aii Fail Met:
I A povaivc mntdr l5 " raaajr aad all diataara of I
th aUar. atavaMtor and Vrlaarr Or I
!. afaat'a Maiey U parrty ttgoallt and
Uprrparwt eKpraaaly tr V atr tfiwawi. It kat
cared thoaaaada. tctt battle warrajara. ScttdtoW.
aT afAJia. Wtoole-
I1CMM0ID CIH MILL WORKS,
a II , W w
Tfce Ix-rt arttrle tn taniakrt f'hod-.trr
lUUasdMkv. O're't ar Mat- 'ar! hy
v. H.iai:ni:i.ii.i it .
-rOK UAI.C HT AI.I. OKI tJOlHX-
AN INrALLTOLB nCfSDT TOM
ALL rH-tlALE COniPLAITCTS.
poice $i.so rcn bottle, the
EZTSRiTCE OT MANY TEARS
AMONQ THE MOST CULTIVAT
ED AND BSriNED HAS RESULT
ED IN STAKriNa THIS SE
MAfUCADLE rSErARATION AS
TH23 OLT RELIABLE REMEDY
rOR TOE DISTRESSING DIS
EASES Or WOMEN. SOLD DY
'irael'enlRTirOo.riG Headt'Sl. X.
,: j.A?:v.2i:r. C v,0LrR L 1yloi.
ISTITUTE orJ. N-u sow UU-i
I rtrlaall. I. " V i 7 r.
I TlMn, I li-f r. r.ful. at. ft n l'i.
kW7o:r4. Lv..?lt I III i
t tl irvuttiom t. . !( ft tmt. i &i m
Iftf llwri r f ci ft --I.,. .. (ft
n.iH ftc.4 Br t K r-f-r. d a V
1 II. t.rnllsar. M. I, r liiri it. -
liinill A nr AIMlci Ir.-xtUo, m I
aNIIW Ksrrorl ici,cmim n- I'urtiiv
II1UI tiii.v .'a It Mik frvirTtflr I'rte
i"-r1'Ui'ii" nltliiw one rf wtilcli t
It ftr-nt tit luatl r utt i.n.lnftl irv
orUi tii tlmi'. Uu? nc !' Utr
trx.k i. M nm1j nwrtf'l Uic
author. Th fliolon II nlil"j 1 li h1i urm.f
I.lfo Ik. tirronil nil ciiiirmrl m tint 1 1 P A I
tniMit rstrnurillnnrr work mi I'lijrM- HrflJ
ol'Vr )rr iiuMlrlu-d." An !!Uitm- HwllU
ttnl rntui'tjlfl anil Klir.K A5,lr',ftTltlir PI T
IHLW. II. l'AltM-.K. So I Hulttncti i HTNrl r
-"trwt, H'wUitf M-ft IHI'M LI
Tip-UnjTljlT a ?,rt::nVvv,,-Mr
1J1. MuAmlfl, j;-v.-:v,.r:r .-7.'r,
tin Klilm .l-'i r 1 !.!. lira ' Tli "'-' N - t
trm. rrtVft iMcmO MtM ' ' " f t
trlntlI.afrttlrrl f' ' ' tftn 'f ,,r
any cnnv nf Srnilrml Vt aknr nr IUU 'il 1(
a-f tir umli-rtHki ami fal M nirr '. mi il -. .
wlrntlOrnily tri'atnl I miftu't tt Ion r.r.r s - 1 f - f r
Hilar I,iH-k liiia OtSir.tl. IVrri Oil -
IjliLNTINGrT AMI IJSTKUI'Kli.
r xxvjoasasxaaa ' ii.d.ii.krr.. t
r pxucasxia ' ii.ita-ii.krr-. t vn
I Iati Illlnl-t luv ftrlMnlrn, to f.tOC
t .Lftiaj. J. (.OOaw JL lO. M tr'-, W.l MrrUtm. I .
aauumw '' r
amampa-mt - -mamBmamma fc' " fc
amrVlXaKri ' " 'L '
amwT-' ammma ?i r " " . ... ,
amav m -ammaml mx i
t-BaWT ",-mv a--3
V'mammGBmaaaflwi kuvo iBmTf'
(fcLmuml-i9!ajq ! alltl H.rks . ""TCtafr
nl-Bau-iiiL. " - 'j MHi
,uuumuuuumuuuuuuuuuuuuuW W "BHHj
aUUUaaufauutBmumUUUUUUaA V ' ia. 1 laamat
ammmmm if m BmmmBmmBWaaTSla? m
' amuuuuuawamuuwawEiaTs;J.v i au T
aaaaaaaaataaaaaaaiaBKBaix- r. . i i rrr ---v
v i, rjL j a x - v ; taiii ail
r ai !-.,. aaAUW ,JKC T VtiB
SAW Mill FOR THE PEOPLE.
fll 1 ! k.) m n) . t ! 4 t -
fvIJ' t I J 4 tai b i l . . r u . a 4
tl' i fi- ii-. u rr '
raC:KivJ J eUuikmtlk'. '.1. Iblfnk.
flQ all,C3r fctttlkl H. -4 ct iM'fr'lr
jryS rJ '" ' '"'
Kjf3 L'' urtrl ft 'n tw I. 4
SJCVlteh ' t ' I 1 ''!"
VT9K7i9ma fi4. ? fc-t .nr1tfc Utm
yJfra.-M -v ' - ' - ii ft .
afevjr - t mi m -i . u - .t t
'tftakiatK . v .t.nl L. m r.c X I .
HOW I SUFFERED WITH ASTHMA.
Tlinly way I omW rrinr lrrp wjftttjf ftiinnu'iaa ri!r. ! ai.'mt f frt t - tmf it-n4tmtn-tiarknf
Hm.tlirr clmlr. .titU w ilunkful Hri I o!. .It tn Hi'i-i'i ". fa f
niUKlit HMillcnl al.l from llitli Un" at ton .ttMl ttlin-wt. iktnir m-itl- it- ' r' "' tftaif frant 9
tlnif 1 wat-lvr)iarolil iipttt tli f ihlrtjr Br. wlth.Mil trrt-.tnr j t--t-at a-it.r. .ail a a1
raw o.rWaJUly Knitting nr. -Mhat ilwrjpu thi- lat avr ytr. irf mj ll,ar I m -ttl I. . ar
chalnlay and ntetit. Mralnlmt ami k-n-pltis fr wy hr.th My mt:m - - ! M u .- (a al
tempt to find lannar olicrltK- It Oaly tit. .atTrrfax 1tfc .au.a k.- W A-r tr.-aaik.
twraty yrarftlK-tmrnllframlilratli. 1 rxprrtwt-i.l.il my-lf by r.mi.HtM r.w. 4 a-rt-. trf inHmz
thr mrdlcln" thn oMalnnl KurtHnatrly I iMcwvrTr4 a aw..t wvadTf.! raty. n at . fwf AMWa
and It klodrrd dt-ar-
1 can warrant It to nilrvr tin- ttH..t tiuMt-m nw !b '-. thn .' ni-.i'- 'j' l'' ' "
mrtlrrpcomfortaMy I am now f mly I- B.v.-rf. hi my . t-J " 'jfTir ,,. .
lilnl-trrr.1 to thr ..ti-uiarh L . nrt.r 10' ntfi-.l Mr !: ant 'hma r . "
rlrtur of mrtllctnc
Iirn appllrd in tlir trf atlrrtnl
tne air r l.rcattir. and In thl- .-.mdl'lon may W :r,t,a..i .hr,,. n - --n.. . ..- LTal i-T . -LZZt
urt- of thr lunjrft with thr mr.t l-rnrflrUI rfTrrtft I .m wrll i..fMt r7rTte?Vt1.f .Vr r T-rtlhTt
dUrax- harr alrrwly trlnl many CHrrt. ami hair m utterly fJ.t. lat It alt.iH; inii.iir.i - tBi
hrrr 1 no rrtnrdy that will care ald dtt--.
A I'lilr MIVr.
1 propo" to any prrvni not fnlly Mtlni. afr n-tnjt.n- thir-i . i "'' Ta?"- ,r,,",
t Ponnm harlnir wrak lunt. or fl tin.-unnf ihr
nlTucatlon. ordlflfcult lir-athlnit. w Ond xn at f 1- f
at oner ripand tli air tnlr, cuInic frn and -ay .i
KoMhr conrrnirm-r anrf arrnm.Jatlon f.f thr artlrtn'. J am nr-lrtHr mf "f Z.l!Z !l$?
.. prrdlly a pr-lblr; hut It will tak- -omr Urn- y- - f.r- I wt.. hr j- ''fc I TTITuS 23S5?
for 1 LanWa .V-.thtna K-tnnly. .ml If ymr Bmrtw .b-aiM f f " t. rT. tf 1, ZXL
onhaml. pnt nplnatnmKpaciarft. with full iHrrctu. !. t.. - Mh I - ""-V ,T?H " "'
within the L'nlttU butra on rccrlpt of thr prld- Ztr Trirr V ''Y'i'VlU A t rV Otaa
Willi t OlillT ilirTITa ! :
The followlna arc a few from tkouand of t-trtMn' u m y
t cw..r.n j, h.u .irr ih.f I lit. I. iMt.Wrr.i' i.l.. ai4 nllr arMil4 l
t .nv.ii mil rrrnv vnii MMn nr n i :immr i irar t -lt-Tio"
. ttwi.i wv. ... j ............. ......
... .r. T1witf.rh.rOT fn.m mr mw wa. rrrr r?r.lTr aad ' rrr rt nf h- t'mr I rti4 t-
hrt-athr through my nitrll at all. sn4 a trrrlMr i-aaa- br a. r.trfi wtia H 1 "''Tf,'? '.
1 ,a(t. UllK. rr-rteior -A Vkr -." lit". A4trtr. Ouk.
D. Lanjrrll Drr Sir
Officnit L. Alrr.
D. Lanjjrll-Drar Sir: On of my rblMrrn baTlos
.mU inlr ilrm br Itttn-r tin ft rltftlr ml Iranln rart.nl tsrvtra. or rt4 WT "
..l.l.n. A.t .It., t.ltfhat ..itt1.n hfrfh 1 rvT ptltr. MMhtIT Aft ftfUt t tat rdttfcfrT
tortnnr. wltltont rrcrltlns any l-n-Bt w'ilt't'- Cm- i-,x of y ir w llny a "''''
f ul lllr . n.w ma-. 1 rmn nii 11 In lirt .f ntt.r ftn.1 ..r. I Alrfttr Lilr tL0 t air nrH
ih. wftttli In AairrlOL Tirar rrr-rrfnll. JOSATH V C
D. Lawrrll-Drar Sin When I -e thr word Patrnt appltl u atrdlrta-. I y y a4WjrtJi ! f x
I bac bad AthmanrarljU:renyrar.andlBrlnKtfaitt!rortrrdjr .rrytarrrrMf.air r " j
,y rrllrf wtatrvcT. froto nrf-rated jx-rtoa.knft. 1 'at fr a wWr 'rf "- Aeaa lary
ff.lrrcd me at oner, and I am now on what I rrfc-rd. a a fair way U a jrTmmrt es 4 rr y a,
7.tha;a rsuimu nry It," It will Co too pd. - .- -
AIIUHI. l" .-.ni-., .uuM'VQi H; r.mi-MM.-. -w -. - , . . . . .
danger In leas than Cte minctra. ETrry famUy bKild kr-p a pckaer baa. a rr a4 JjJJJT J
Rer. I. B. Howard, of Dondrr. Ontario.
one word aa tbrvr: "It ha brrn to tnr an i
It. Inderd. I woodrrrtl t my own crrdollty
uuiMJi mm t .in iiMu.iiii mi aw
Mr. Howard U one of tiv mut protalarnt MetbodlK
ukiob oujpai to casac coasaence.
A Care for italhma aad tnlarra.
V. LawD-Slrs Harlmc lon aTrrrly aSleJrd wb TjUar-h Ss tlr- bf4. I wa. fwftW try . -. B j
hallair llrtnrdy. whlcb enrrd tae with ncfc atonUn!nj: arcr. tbit I - ?a trtlmy wttb f b-
eK coonaence aa ttiOK a ocr.ral aad ir-nly ccrr for c alarm. .
C V HAi:i. CJftaJrf a flT:rr Xatloaal Sank. Obsa.
1 IVealtla't Har a Part Parkagr.
EWrT JlihJl W. Vobbcl of Vnrt.S TlMTrfy V.tnr
siedldae baadone ux- trf macb swd. " I bate
HHona ixiluiks. u i cv3 eei co more.
Alamua afM Vrara' afaadlasc Carri.
"W. T. Brown, of Monrti. Texa,
tbank you for It. he ba uffrTrd f i
awntatat aaia rtrtw K 4 .a n.t tf
CiVt;.HIMk t4 MillV., aUUaUUIF.LiaU.
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