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OF GENERAL'- INTEREST.
It acorns that the faith cure works
hoth ways. A Georgia woman prayed
that her hu.sband might fall hick and
die, and away ho" went with typhus
fever in less than four wceki. Detroit
Tree Press. .
iftwas Baron Itlunchatircn yho
first suggested the Panama Canal, and
the last of the barons in a direct line
will not live to seo it completed. Only
one-fifth of the line is even approach
ing completion. It has cost millions
of dollars and thousands of lives.
8mm of the recallaritle T Tkle Staple
r 'Minded l'eople.
The French Creoles of the lower
.class are a hand-to-mouth class of peo
ple, purcliaiing the stick of -wood to
day anil the handful of4 herbs that are
tq cook and tea-son their potage, filling
their small market baskets with in
numerable pincl'ta of this, that and
the other, Jayimj in a few sous o?
sugar and coffee at a time, and poinrr
next dav, for three hundred and sixtv- 8Pinster " America. She possesses
i five days in tho year, and doing iden- f50.000.000 in New York real estate.
tically the same thing, in saecula uarnum, tne great snowman.
A Walter av That Thee Da Xat Talk.
The latest information about Patti's, Km Km... iimr to lut.
habits is that bhe begins the day by I was a: :nv ditnr in a queer rw-
drinking a cup of hot water with lemon taurant in an ot;l corner of upjer New
juice in it.
says that onlv
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between John Bright waiters lad-n with p!.ttc and viand .. ".,., Jullro DUXa on lnr blnck , " 6ii0lS 5 tSTw TTTl
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netwnthat an i attempt to rob his house t tion of household goods, to well-stored port. Conn., with water works and a
was t? be made, so ho changed what cenara and nantriest to generous I public park. He has given handsomely
moey he had into silver, did it up abundance, to picturesque profusion, . to Tufts College, when? the Barnum
carefully, and buried it at uight in a to the essentials of a large-handed museum of natural history has been
swamp behind his house, carefully hospitality even within the narrow ' named in his honor.
tumtrmiug wre spou ne neavy rams or limits of their neighborhood ftnaint. An n wnmnn in Vrw H&mn.
ances, an ant-like economy and ab-' shire, the widow of ono of the men who
Btemiousness. a curious juxtaposition in 1840 voted for William Henry Har
of eternal self-restraint and a passion rison, recently wrote a letter to Gen
for sensations, colors, sounds, per oral Harrison, using paper made in
fumes, fantastic bensualitics, an in- 1840 for campaign purposes and
Ian fall obliterated the marks, and
Jiojfr.ttie careful man can not find his
It may ho safely stated that not one
drnrnmcr in ten likes his situation,
.says tho Trade Review. After the
novelty of the life wears off an intense
loathing of the road grows upon him.
There is something utterly repugnant
to tho average man in being obliged,
willy nilly, to hurry from place to
place. To a married man it is es
pecially so, and therefore most drum
mers are young and single.
An old sportsman who is unortho
dox enough to like bass and pike fish
ing with live bait better than using a
fly for trout, uses almost any thing
alive and small enough for the greedy
fish to swallow whole. Bait for. pike,
he says, must be-put on the hook so
that the fish can swallow it tail first
without swallowing hook and all. The
bass, on the contrary, must sec the
victim's head before lie gulps it, so the
hook must be at tho head end of the
bait, the tough part of the lower jaw
of the minnow being the best placo to
fix the hook.
A correspondent of the San JYan
cisco'Call who has been doing New
Zealand describes tho great Suther
land waterfall. The water, ho says,
dashes over the cliff in threo grand
leaps, and constitutes about one-half
of the entire volume of the Arthur
river. Tho first leap is over a dizzy
cliff into a rocky basin SI 5 feet below.
Jumping forth again, it makes another
leap of 715 feet, and then goes
tumbling and leaping in ono wild dash
of 328 feet into the pool at the foot of
the precipice. The total height is ex
actly 1,904 feet, which is claimed to be
one of the highest waterfalls yet dis
covered in the world. 'When the sun
is shining rainbows it! all sizes hang
over tho fall, and tho effect is iudo
Where and How Tliry I'ly Tlirlr Uninviting
The' sponge reef of Florida begins a
few miles cast of Apalachicola and
ihugttho coast to within fifty miles of
Cedar Keys; then there is a break of
ono hundred miles, after which it re
appears and runs outh without inter
ruption to Key West and the Bahama
Islands. This reef, a rocky ridge,
sometimes of genuine limestone, but
goff sHy of coral, begins some six or
eight miles from shore and continues
out indefinitely; in fact, wherever
there is a rocky bottom sponges aro
said to be found, and the only reason
that the fisheries do not extend com
pletely around the Gulf coast is that in
places, as off the coast of Texas or
Cedar Keys, this rocky bottom begins
in water too deep to permit of profit
Tho average depth of water on the
St. Mnrk's reef at six miles from land
is sixteen feet. The sponges aro in
great abundance :ind of good quality,
being much better than tlioe from the
coast of Mexico, but rather inferior to
tho Bahama variety. The supply is
practically inexhaustible, as they grow
almost as fast as gathered, a sponge
requiring only two years to reach
The vessels used in tho business are
generally schooners of about eight
tons burden. They carry two small
boats or dinkies, and are manned by a
crew of five. Provisions are generally
laid in for six weeks at a timo,"
the usual limit of a cruise. At the
reef two men go to each of the dinkies
and the work begins. One slowly
sculls around by a stern oar, whilo
his companion examines the bed of tho
sea through a bucket with n glass bot
tom. This simplo contrivance is fast
ened to tho side oHhc boat low enough
down to rest partially in tho water,
and by placing his head inside the
bucket ono can sec with distinctness ob
jects at a depth of even thirty feet.
When a desirable sponge is spied it is
brought up by a hook fastened on the
cod of a long pole. Herein lies the
science of tho craft, the knowing how
to hook a sponge without tearing it all
to pieces. A great deal of knack is
requisite and is to bo acquired only
after long practice; and good hookers
are always in much demand. Thus
these men work on. day after day, un
der the tropical sun that burns and
browns the skin until one can not tell a
white nun from a negro. It is a des
perately hard life, more sevcro than
any oilier I have ever seen, and it re
quires ssen of no ordinary constitution
to stand up to it. Naturally, then, tho
sposjers, as a racoare an exceedingly
muscular set. Four of the crew being
thus ssisloyed the duty ot the fifth is
to resaaia 0 the schooner and keep up
with the diskics,so that la case of a
seetll er a broke oar, he will be oa
keaii to feeder uteipt assistance. He
ik ioes the cooking, seeds ropes.
i AM plays the part of
itlliry !.--. ane?
, 3?ltn. M.E. Halaan announces tint
she it vceptree to wesve carpets of
.fitaseB. Leave orders with CL
Sekafeit, at Mn ,id slasul- tf
slinct for microscopic money-getting
wedded to an instinct that has filled
New Orleans with noble institutions
for the poor, tho blind, the sick, the
world weary; a passion for novels and
for splendid churches, a fond en
durance of rigors of cold and hunger
for tho brilliant cfilorcsccnce of care
meprcnant and carnival, a voluntary
exilo from all laughter and joy that
their feet may twinkle a night cr two
on the mirrored floors ot the masque
balls down in Chartres and Royal
streets; such are the fragments of
sweet and bitter herbs that go to
make up part of tho paradox of Creole
character and communicato to it an
indefinable piquancy and strangeness
by their thick bars of light and
The chief charm of the character is a
touching gentleness and benignity that
blends all other characteristics and per
meates the wholo constitution of tho
native Creole. There is something
elegiac, tender, dreamy about the
race, a remnant or recollection of
earlier and better days, an aroma of
exile coming from old colonial times,
when so many emigrated from the gay
fatherland to the trackless wilderness
of Louisiana seeking their fortunes.
Disappointment seems to have im
pressed itself jis a trait of heredity on
their spiritual make up; a brooding
languor has spread from the luxurious
climate through tho .limbs and consti
tution of the immigrants, the advent
urous spirit of tho marvelous brothers
Bienville, Iberville and Sauvalle, laid
under perpetual embargo by a Chinese
Avail of swamp, bayou and boguc, has
sunk into a cit'ious psychological
numbness and content with surround
ings; geography, exploration, litera
ture, research, travel (beyond the in
evitable transit to ranee once in a
lifetime) are unknown luxuries to these
lotus-eating folk, and in their way they
aro as still in their sunny corner as tho
sun-loving alligator that haunts their
The customs, games and sports of
these exiles are full of reminiscences
of tho fatherland, mingled with odd
accretions and aftergrowths, a clinging
conservatism, a poetic susceptibility.
There arc songs and Christmas customs
smacking of Gascony, Provence Cham
pagne. San Domingo, Franche-Comte,
such a linger in Canada and form
touching links with the folk over the
sea. J. A. Harrison, in Autrefois.
Trade wkere yem can buy poods the
.v.t ttood vare ats lb.
ft Sobers MetceetiletS
Sniun r the Ijtaghalda Kiperlnce of ah
Says a Portland bookseller: "At
ono time we wens carrying a large
fctock of religious works, and one day
I called out to ono of my clerks, hold
ing up a book which he had wrapped
up for borne one; 'Is this "Tho City of
God?"' No. I guess not,' ho said,
without looking round, 'at least I
never heard it called that before. It
is generally called the Forest Citj.
rerhaps it is Brooklyn.' Ho afterward
explnincd that he thought I had found
a reference in somo book to a place
called the City of God and wanted to
know what city it meant
"On another occasion a woman
with a valise in her hand rushed in
and asked a new boy if he had ' That
Husband of Mine' in our store? Ho
came rushing out to me in the back
shop and xiid a woman wanted to
know if her husband was in our store.
I surmised what the trouble was and
attended to her myself.
"Some of the most arousing mis
takes, however, are those made by
people lio get the titles of books
wrong. They read about them in
some catalogue or newspaper, but
don't more than half remember the
name, and the result is, to say the
least, peculiar. One woman came in
the other day and asked for 'The
Rhinestone.' and went out mad be
cause one of the clerks told her we
didn't bell jewelry. Another wanted
Tho Cardinal's Letter.' by Haw
thorne. It took our whole force about
fifteen minutes to get at what she
really wanted. The Scarlet Letter.
She said she knew there was some
thing red about it somewhere and
thought it must bo cardinal." Port
The Proper Place lor Her.
Wild-eyed parent I want to brief
my daughter, aged fifteen, to this i
stitution and have her closely guanftsa
and given your best treatment for
about thrco years. Money is no ee
Keeper of private lunatic asyimev
Is see violent
Wild-eyed parent She is ungovera
able. She writes poems of passioa.
Keeper State Reform School le Js
across the way. Chicago IrAaem
Nolans w3 tei Dr. enaesssTs
n)stas aweWwes have tat
for tfte eaaem : It wUI cue m
EncrTscsTlltM Hver ps area booa to mat
mn frost Nek. trasses, sawr steawelu tereM
liverajMl taSieMtSoa. ...hsjai wrtit sltseaei
to take aad wanaaleS to (B throws fefSar
athe, boila n4 H
nice 9 reatt
stamped with the log-cabin device.
She was mado very happy by an ex
ceedingly cordial letter from the
grandson of his grandfather.
Rev.Ncwman Hall, the disting
uished English divine, writes to a
friend in Toronto: "I suppose at
seventy-two I ought to bo old, but I
feel young as ever, and preach about
five times a week. I can walk ten
miles without fatigue. My voice is
as good as ever and preaching an in
President-elect Harrison, in reply
to a. correspondent in New-Castlo-Un-dcr-Lyme,
England, wroto recently
that "it has been accepted by somo of
my relatives who have given study to
tho subject, that our family has de
scended from General Thomas Harri
son, an officer in Cromwell's army."
He added that ho had nover troubled
himself to mako a personal examina
tion of the evidence.
Tho Chief of Police of Anniston.
Ga., made a queer arrest the other
day. It was that of a yellow negro
man, about six feet tall, masquerading
as a woman. He had on a blue worsted
dress, black hat with bluo plumo, thin
white veil over his face, golden hair
anu oangs mat any ono would, envy.
A bluo plume was sticking jauntily
from his hat. He was skipping a bond
in Birmingham, but tho disguise did
not deceive the keen oyo of the law.
Thcro is a quite unimpeachable
Fifth avenue. New York, girl, who
stops horse cars and stages by whist
ling at them. If she wishes to board
ono of thou vehiclos hIio stops care
lessly at tho curb, lifts ono hand in a
gracefully la.y signal to tho driver,
and then prettily puckers her red lips,
from which sho emits a shrill, musical
whistle. This is all done so demurely,
and with such an air of complacency
that the astonished witnesses are not
apt to regard it sis in tho loast vulgar.
Jay Gould, it is said, has his
whims, just liko a poor man. In going
up-stairs ho always puts his left foot
on tho step first, even if ho has to get
out of step to do it. If by accident or
through thoughtlessness he happens
to start with tho right foot ho is cer
tain to remark it loforo reaching the
top of tho steps, and if ho does will
return and start over again. Another
reported peculiarity of Mr. Gould is
his antipathy to fair-haired men.
There is not a single blonde clerk in
his immediato employ, and it is said
that ho dislikes to do business with
men who have fair hair.
A LITTLE NONSENSE.'
Tho sulky sleigh is tho latest nov
elty. It ought to go with tho balky
horse. Burlington Freo Press.
Mistress "Have you washed the
fish?'' Biddy "Shure. mum, what'
tho use? Isn't it right out of tho water,
None but tho afflicted know how
inconvenient it is to bo blind, bald
headed and crazy at one and tho same
time. Oil City Blizzard.
Mrs. Selby "Doctah. de chilo dun
gono swaller r pint ob ink." Doctor
"Hab yo' dun ennyding fo' do relief ob
'im?" Mrs. Selby "I's dun mado 'im
eat free shoots of blottin-paper, doctah.
Was dat rite?" Lifo.
New bonrder "Where is tho knifo
with this pio?" Mrs. Hashcroft (loft
ily) "We never furnish a knifo with
pio here. Mr. Billings." New boarder
(unabashed) "Well, gimme tho axo,
then." Terre Haute Express.
Teacher(to class in natural science)
"What kind of light do wo get from
the sun?" Scholar "Solar light, sir."
Teacher "Very good. Now Tommy
Briggs, tell us what kind of light wo
get from the moon?"1 Tommy Briggs
Trackman (to tramp "Sure, ycz
had better get off tho track; tho fasht
mail is due." Tramp "Say, boss, yer
don't tink I'd let it run over me, do
yer?" "Bcgorra, it isn't that I fear,
but the engineer will tek that red nose
of yez for a red light and shtop the
train." Texas Siftings.
Visitor (to pressman of a newspa
per "Why, dear me. what a lot of
machinery you have in this room !"
PressBsan "Yes." V. "And what a
bif boiler you havo there P P. "It
is a bis; boiler." V. "Is that tea
boiler you use for boUiag down your
dispatches?" Boston Courier.
Mrs. Hendricks "I read an ac
count in tae morning paper of suck a
sssl occurrence. An eagle snatched a
seky front its nurse's ams sad carried
ttasV Mr. OMboy (who Is not foe
af kekess) -It aught have bee sad-
ear, ana. Was if the eagle aaA
Matt get away with tho basyT
it except a c. i. Over the door was
the word "private" Now and then
a found as of one person speaking to
another escaped from the room.
"How is it possible." I asked myself,
"that two men can keep all those wait
ers flying to and fro. or that two moa
can cat all that i going in there3"
"Dinnerparty in there?" 1 ventured.
to my waiter.
"Yes. big one; feefty person," said
" Fifty!" I exclaimed. "Fifty what?
Fifty deaf-mutes, or is it a dinner of
some queer club whose members have
a rule not to speak? I have hoard of
such odditio among the rules of the
clubs of town."
"No, sarc: feefty priots aro eating
in there. The priest he never talk
when he cats the big dinner."
"No, sare; the priost he nover talk
'whilc-a ho cat. Oh, sare, but the
priest he is the ono man in the world
which know how to cat. First the
oysters, and thcro sit the feefty or the
seventy or the hundred priest, and he
speak not a wonl. Then the soup and
his spoon go fast, but not-a the priest's
tongue. Then the fish and still not
any talk. Then tho roast and then
the this and the that, and all tho time
the different kind of wino and the
spoons and the knife and tho fork they
go liko sixty, but from tho priest not a
word. I havo wait on ono hundred
priests, and all tho time not a word,
except perhaps ono says: 'Good, ch?'
and his neighbor sa3': 'Fine!' Ah,
that is what 1 call knowing how to eat.
"In your country." he went on, for
I had started the waiter upon a topic
dear to his Italian soul, "in your
country the people all talk-a entirely
too much. Who can taste the soup in
the middle of tho fine joke? Who can
tcll-a tho difference between the veni
son and the partridge if he must
scratch-a his head to make up tho
comical story? How can you drink
tho good wino as you should if you
think what you shall say to your!
neighbor and makc-a tho grand laugh?
Ah. not so the priest! There is feefty
of him in that-a room, and you do not
hear them crack-a the joke or tcll-a
the comic story, or fence with the
smart word. No, thev are eating and
drinking and 'joying thciiclvcs like-a
men of common sense which know
what a good dinner U and how it
shall be eaten. But wait, my friend.
It is now seven o'clock. Wait till it
has been nine o'clock. Then you
shall not ask 'is it two men in there?'
You shall think-a the whole town is
there, such laughter and good fun will
come from that room. That will bo
over the cordial and coffee with-a the
good cigar. Then tho stomach is full
and the dinner is out the way :ml it is
time to makc-a the laugh. Wait till
you hear if the priest he docs not
know how to cat-a the good dinner."
I heard from this garrulous waiter
that there are priests' restaurants in
town, that is. eating-places that the
priests favor. Ono of them is a fa
mous Spanish placo far down-town. I
judged that their custom is not partic
ularly profitable, since they mainly
cat at their parsonage or whatever
their homes are called, and only ap
pear elsewhere on peculiar occasions
when they docend in great bodies
upon their favorite restaurants and
demand that every thing shall be de
liriously cooked and of the best. N.
Y. Cor. Providence Journal.
It --d-U-'vl d no vera Marcolini.
N.j,r tio j;ratri landing place of the
ndola ar tho cotman of Saint
Murk and Saint Theodore. Nearly
all the people passing the grand land
ing placu pa4 around the column.
Only foreigner- and ttntng-r pass be
tween the two slender pillars. It l
tho ancient p.ace of execution, and
there Marcolini met hfodtraih.
Many years ago Marcolini. a young
Venetian noble, paid court to tbo
beautiful Giulietta. whose family oc
cupied a palace on tho amo tquara
One night a tho dial on tho clock
lower marked tho early morning hour
ho was roturmng home from a visit to
his inamorata, softly singing in the
exuberance of his spirits, for he had
been accepted, and tho parents of his
fiancee had given consent to their
nuptials. Passing across a small
campo he picked up an embroidered
belt, with an empty jeweled scabbard,
and fastening the girdle around him,
ho continued his course, still humming
his tune. When ho came to the steps
of the Kialto he was seized by the
guard and accused of murder. Ho
was taken to tho spot where Senator
Kinaldi la dead with a dagger in his
heart. It was found that tho stiletto
exactly fitted tho sheath which Mar
colini carried. Ho was speedily tried,
condemned and beheaded. Giulietta
w$nt mad and was confined on the little
island dovotcd to the insane.
Many years after a bandit on his
death-bed confessed to a pricU that hs
had been hired to murder Jtho Senator.
Tho sentence against Marcolini was
reversed and his confiscated estates
were restored to his family. But poor
Giulietta's reason could not be re
stored by an edirt of law. When tho
judge who condemned Marcolini camo
to die he provided in hU will that a
mass should bo sung every night for
ever in a chapel of tho ducal church.
St. Mark's, for the soul of Marcolini
and others who had suffered from un
just judgments. Such Is the story of
the Twilight Mass and the words of
tho court crier: "Remember poor
Marcolini." Every night tho boll is
rung and a ray of light is seen to issue
from the little Gothic window that
looks upon the ancient place of execu
tion. N. Y. Star.
nifiN su ! ' I'Vd Wiiiton, wi'l stH ym Kuru mrv of
yii )tiHb fli very low figures. a!J axi'J !.
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Edison's Talking Dolls.
Edison's attention to toy-making is
no less honorable to him than his con
tributions to the comforts and business
affairs of older people. To invent a
phonograph was a sign of inventivo
power; to put ono inside a doll so that
the doll should be made to talk showed
his heart All great men love children;
all children lovo such great men as
Tom Edison. Thc.Tapanochavcsofar
vastly outwittedus in the matter of val
uable toys, adapted to the tastes of chil
dren; but nothing has ever equaled a
real live doll that talks good sense. It
will be a capital educational imple
ment also; for the mother can mako
the doll do her reprimanding and
icacning tor ncr. Just inink or a
scold inside of a doll. May its insidc-s
soon give out. St- Louis Globc-Dcmo-crat.
New York Society Note.
Addie Well, Cora, do you think
marriage is a failure?
Cora Of course I do. Havca't I
been married a year?
Addie Docs your husband love you?
Cora (laughing) What, after a
Addie But at least he respects you?
Cora Oh. yes. In fact he has so
much rcjpcct for mo that when he
kissed mo the other night by chases
he apologized for his abscct
acss. Town Topics.
Save regrets and purchase from a
home dealer, who will give you dollar
for dollar, old pianos, old organs,
bought for cash nnd the same applied
on a new instrument, satisfaction war
ranted. ada. .T. Bailky.
NiiHRASKA & KANSAS.
FAMM JLOA1& l
rJHJ UP CdPI2AL,$50.000.
Kei Cloud. Nob. Albany, New York.
Clarke. XI'-ii v NVw York G" H- He' . BU.. Sj. N Y.
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R.Y.Shur U. M I !tt K.V. Hicbland. J.A tuli .M .MiSa
On iniprovru lurtu- n ."Wtir U kti-Jt. ! Hirm.hr! a oti the
Hfcuniv I- i"''lwu i'nne pal auJ uitrTt-i pll u !-. i"hul
tnfACQUAKJTED .:th -ntsocoaaarsTT or nin country wiz.
MUCH VALUABLE ISroaIAT10J flOM A STUur 01 TttW Ar Of
J TTey wJsasssssssssssiCPsmLSssl V iTMssssi
ssTssslFr r-,VJlW'-es Alsss-ssssssssssssssM JS fssssssl
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4aeaw w ewn
Aw esj eVasw iua
t Taeta ea.
- FRESH AND PURE.
fill lug tad
Va4 for S ae mm eSal ee fce to
MANGELSDORF BROS. COMFY.
" area aeUaa tmrmwmm
ri!iTt' emart of tar anl nil.! chwy U e
.if rt'ltabin !! pl'aeant rrnuolv lor entice.
iM lini. t'littl. anthma ant! all lhro.it tilIc
Will rvlk-w and betielU coBinnttloti. Try It
nt i-e rfimltw!. Kvrrjr butllw warranted
price crtit and fl per boulr .-oM by all
irussMv I'rrpan! by the Kmmwt rrojirte
Ury ... Chlrago. 111.
V, W. Kalrt. J I- KalbV.
A TTOKNEY.H AT I.AW. Acnt for Ike B
A &.M.IL K.Unl tlllcf on Wrbtr etmt
f(-l CIoihI. Nrlrki
it. V. Cxnr, JA". MCKT.
-noRSEVH AND CCN.HKLOR! AT LAW
Win practice In all court ot Uite state
l!tTtlu..ellalltlcstrl utiMnr rarrfut
itnl rffl-)tUv attendee le. AtntracU fanU--
lon ai Dlteatlue.
(ttru r. )rr Tint National Rank,
THE GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE.
(Chicago. Rock Inland & Pacific anil Chicago. Knmai Sl N'lraka Rjrs.)
It pi main IlnoD, bmnchmt un! txtnalnn wm!, nnrtliwmt anil uthwet
lilCludi' Chlraiso, Jollot, OtUw. I'Aorie. Ijx Mnl.n. McJim llo W tttnt in
ILLINOIS Dnvonnort. Muscatine, Ottumwiv, 0ww. Went Lnrty, (owe
Cltv. Den Molni. Kn-'XYSlla. Vlntrt. AUantle. Auilulx-n. Ilnrln Otnhn
Cnntr r.ml CouneM HHifTrt In toVA-Mlnnpoft ntttl Mt J'uul tj MIN'r.'K
OTA WftU'rt n nr. 1 Htoux Knll In DAKOTA OaUuin,Tmm:), (amirtin,
St. Jonoph, nn-l Khiwiui City In MttiaoUUl lletrtr", Ktrtiry, ntui ?,'Uon
In NKIJUVHKA H .tr. Tot"lc. Hutchlnon. V.u !lta. UnJvnif., ?furtn.
AbHno. fUtw !l, in KANAH Colormdo Hprinr. D-nvr, Jiitjlo. n c0lO.
HA DO Tntf.-rs now a.ul viul nree of rich farming rl wrl;n,- lid,
aiTontlnv th b't f.i inlof tnr.rcommunlcttn to oltir Ktfw arl toUI
towns and ci' n titithTn Nbrak. Kann, olonli, Uttli, fiew
Mexico. Intllun TTiur, Tnxaa, Artaone, IdAbo, Caiiromi. aaU i'aclflc
coaat am! tran3ocm.iio tinpon.
SOLID FAST VESTIiULE EXPRESS TRAINS
Of Palnco Con lc' lcadlnr ivll competitor In plnlor of rquJjjraont ert'l
luxury of nc u: rolnt.on n.n through illy btwi t'.irr ond Colo
rado Sprtncn D.-nvtr antl I'uebio. HltnlUr UAtiUXtrU'UTrt VJrTtmiJJ
1HA1.1 or.il v.. u.i"T im-r'va vaitip wi yuuiicii iiiuiin MJtrUa4, ntHl
Deiwen c.nivnirt nu vna jf ii t.- tuwnw uinintr i
lone drulv Cbolco of routee ta a4l from HeJt Lk Cltr, I'ortUriU. I,
Ar.irnlfB, Hnn oioco. Bn rrtnclKo ana lntrvenln locaUtlp. Quick Urue.
nrprppL tUHU"41uun v e- BMAjsteysss iss wwtw wjyv.e
THE FAMOUS ALBIHT LEA ROUTE
Bune euporbly raulpped bprees Tratas dally erb way tvtrMn Oi1co.
fclfc. vi f... . wu V' IU vM...s vV RIKJ itllfl
ooUa and St. Paul Th
Dununr enu i.a
TBI! fttionr I.tKK VTA HKNBCA AJTO XANKAKKK nttru
a-mvel btw''ii Cincinnati, saieeell. LaSrtte. e4 Council It
oeepn. Atciuon, wsTrowo-e, mmmmmm wiy. minnpon, ana au V
e Favorite Tourlet Un to th ceiiU rrorta ivmi
. . kI t t.& u.i..-.. . .,. .. .r. . r-
tbnrnoel fVS laiMsof Northern low, Souttmotiru
For Tlckote, Map. roldre. r SeesrjM tefsnaaUoQ, apply to mny Couoa
p "& i :to ttt bv mB mm m KBav ab m . -m . -
tuv 4ssrs sa era '
Ticket Office in
C ST. JOHN,
E. A. HOL5ROOK,
StAte of Nrbrarka, Webntur county. .,
I'o vhotn it may concern. The coaamia
tono.- appointed to view and report epon
-t certain petition daly ii;neJ and Sled
with the coonty clerk of aiJ roanty pray
me thnt a road be located follow;
I'ommrcrin at the northtt coraerof
h northei't qaarter i f ccton eleren
11) town two (2) range ten (10) weet,
thencn rnantcfC aooth two hundred asd
ixty three feet (263) var. 11, on aeetioB
'ine between aectioa 11 and 1?, thence
otct five hundred aad eighty-teo (W:)
rar. 10, thence north to nection liae be
tveen fectiona eleren (11) and two (2) all
tx-int: in Webtr county, Xebraaka. ha
revorted farorably aad recorntneed the
location of aid road. All objectioa
thereto or claim for damag maet be
!fd in the office of the coanty clerk on
or before noon of Friday, April 12. IM?,
nr psch road will be catabluhed witWat
reference thereto. J. II lUxurr.
Rl Goad: Feb. Il,at. Co Qk.
Lord Tcncjson is lbs oolj Hrlss;
author whose writiscs are ossi la
clil-scrrice examinations is India. A
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Madras found thcraaclves
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City to c;.iCgo,
Omaha to St. Louis,
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