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"Yes , sail , " said Uncle Zacli , 'Tsc
watched it forty years an'its aslsez ;
Do fust of May and Christman ( Jay of
do same year allers comes on do same
vfeck day. "
Further conversation proved Uncle
Zach a most incredulous person.
Chancing to mention Dr. Carver's feat
of breaking glass balls with a riile , he
"I heerd 'bout dat shootin' and
knowed right off it wasn't squar' ; dat
was a Yankee trick , boss' sho's you
"What was the trick ? "
"Dar wuz loadstone put into do glass
balls , an' likewise onto * de bullets ; so
when de bullet fly outen de gun , it an'
do ball jes drawed tergedder , which , in
course , brokes de glass datsde trick ! "
Later , Uncle Zach observed a rope
running along the side of the car.
"Boss , what's dat line fur ? "
"To apply the air-brake in case of
accident' ' Then we had further to ex
plain how the force of the brake was
obtained , to which Unclp Zach re
"Look a here boss , you sholy don't
'spect me to b'leeve dat foolishness ?
"Why , de biggest harricano whatever
blowed couldn't stop dis train , runnin'
forty mile a hour. An' you think I
gwine to b'leeve a little pipe full of
wind under de kyars can do it ? No ,
sah-ree ! "
There are a great many Uncle Zachs
who judge every thing simply by appear
ances. The air-brake does not seem to
be a very powerful thing , but power
and efficiency are necessarily equiva
lent to bigness and pretense.
Phillip Beers , Esq. , who resides at
the United States Hotel , New York City ,
and is engaged in raising subscriptions
for the New York World Bartholdi ped
estal fund , was once upbraided by a
distinguished relative who was a physi
cian , for commending in such enthusi
astic terms a remedy that cured him ol
blight's disease eight years ago. He
said : "Sir , has the medical profession
with all its power and experience ol
thousands of years , anything that can
cure this terrible disorder ? " No , no ,
that is true ; there is no mistake aboul
it but that Warner's safe cure is realty
a wonderfully effective preparation.
'That remedy is an "air-brake" thai
every man can apply , and this fact ex
plains why it has saved so many hun
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ed. Used by permission of American
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Mustang Liniment is older than
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PASSING EVENTS ,
The original Plymouth Rock The
'oscilliation of a Pilgrim Father's first
What is regarded as inspiration by
the poet is by tho editor regarded as
When two girls meet they kisp.
When two men meet they don't. This
shows plainly who wants kissing tho
A Connecticut widow , aged 104 , has
given out that she will not marry
again. Widows never ceaso to bo
"Why is it , " she asked , "that stolen
kisses are always sweetest ? " "I guess
it is because they are taken sirup *
A poetess sighs : "I sit all alone , ! sit
by myself , I sit all alone. " If she
would stop writing she might havo
A Salem chap , who has been fined
$10 for kissing a girl , says that fond
as ho is of ilowers he isn't "buying any
more tulips at that price.
Cossack cavalry are called "Sons of
tho Wind. When this becomes known
we shall probably hear congressmen
referred to as Cossack cavalry.
It makes a man who has ta
ken his best girl to tho sea
shore rather incredulous to read
that "Money is remarkably slow
this season. "
A news item says that "sharks havo
appeared off the coast at Long Branch. "
This seems like a rather impolite way
of announcing that landlords have
opened their hotels for tho season.
There are times in a man's life when
the whole sky seems rose-colored , and
this old , dull world paradise. One of
these is when ho has discovered a quar
ter in the lining of his last summer's
Hungry-looking Tramp to Timid
Fisherman How long since you had
a bite ? Timid Fisherman About two
hours. Tramp I have not had a bite
in two days. Ain't it time for us to
have some lunch ?
A farmer near Auburn , N. Y. , was
no tilled of the death of his daughter
and tho hour of her burial. He sent
word that he could not possibly attend
the funeral as ho was busy hoeing a
lield of potatoes.
Music boxes , which cost $20 twenty
years ago , can now be purchased for
$5. And yet the cry of "hard times"
Is still abroad in the land. Some folks
would complain of the "cost of living"
if pianos were selling for § 2 apiece.
Tho paucity of original witticism in
the papers at the present time is at
tributed to the fact that nearly all the
funny men of the country are engaged
in the manufacture of poems having
for their principal incident the advent
ures of a boy and a green apple.
"Pa " asked little "do
, Johnny , they
always have an inquest when anybody
dies ? " Intelligent Parent Oh , no ,
my son ! When a doctor has been at
tending a person there is no need of
an inquest. It is only necessary where
there is any doubt as to the cause of
Baron Tennyson has three homes.
This is the difference between the poet
laureate and the American poets who
build verses for patent medicine.
There may be another difference , but
it cannot be detected in tho quality of
their respective productions evolved
during the past two or three years.
Mrs. Harris called on Mrs. Jerrel ,
whose husband had been dead
several weeks. "I suppose you
still feel lonesome , Mrs. Jerrel ? "
"Oh , yes , indeed. .1 miss him
very much. He used to get up
every morning and make the fire for
me. Yes , I am very lonesome without
Mrs. Brown What do you think ?
Mrs. Godolphin has just returned
from Paris with several thousand
dollars' worth of bric-a-brac that
she could havo purchased just as
cheap at home. Mr. Brown yes , I
know ; she bought it at my store yes
Cluverius , the Richmond murderer ,
passes tho time reading the bible and
admiring the bouquets sent him by
sympathizing friends outside' of the
city. He also receives presents of
fruit. His relatives write to him to
cheer up , but the advice is needless ,
as ho wears a broad grin most of tho
inie. He eats heartily and sleeps well.
He does not , believe that he is destined
to die on the gallows.
The Los Angeles Herald describes a
specimen of the vampire family re
cently caught there : "This huge
specimen measured twenty inches
from tip to tip of his wings , and was
pretty well armed with teeth and
claws. His head was as large as the
heads of four or live ordinary bat
heads combined , and well hooded
with two ears fully as large as a half-
dollar. His majesty was as vicious
and warlike as a scorpion or tarantula
when confined , and his bite would
probably be as dangerous. "
He had fallen into the stream , and
had already sunk once , and was going
down a second time , when a brave
man leaped into the angry waters and
laid hold of the unfortunate one. The
latter looked at his rescuer in a be
seeching manner and gasped : "I beg ,
my dear sir , that you will permit me
tp'sink once more in the interest of
literary tradition , you know. No per
son I ever read of was ever rescued
until he was going down for a third
time. I may die , but I shall have the
satisfaction of knowing that I have not
departed from a time-honored and
revered custom. "
The Tampa ( Fla. ) Tribune is to be
credited with this : "We learn from
a gentleman , just from up the country ,
that on Juno 24 the mosquitoes were
so thick at Waldo that they complete
ly enveloped a locomotive on the
Florida Railway and Navigation com
pany's road. The engineer could not
see ten steps before him , andf in con
sequence , the train was delayed sev
eral hours. Clouds of the insects were
floating around in the air thicker than
the locusts in Kansas in 1877 , and
completely obscured the rays of the
sun. It was so dark that lamps had
to be lit , and it was some three hours
before the mosquitoes cleared awav
sufficiently for the train to move on. "
. . -V ,
Am to Mr * . Grundj- .
This potent personage has been al
lowed to rule despotically in the femin
ine world , and the ladies say that it is
time her tyranny received a check.
But not even Mrs. Grundy has dared
to speak against the value of Brown's
Iron Bitters as a strengthening tonic
for ladies who suffer from debility. It
enriches the blood and completely re
stores failing health. Miss Sallie L.
Paules , 'Wrightsville , Pa. , was cured
by Brown's Iron Bitters of back-ache ,
kidney trouble , and liver complaint.
Hiches and Long Life.
A Hungarian statistician has been
studying the effect of comfort on
longevity. His tables show that the
richest people have an average life of
52 years , the middling 46 , and the poor
only 41 . A well-to-do man is as liable
to infectious diseases as a pauper , while
diphtheria , croup , whooping cough and
scarlet fever are more prevalent among
the rich. Consumption and pneumonia
clai-n the poor , who are comparatively
free from brain fever. Celler-dwellers
are far more subject to disease than
those who live above ground , except in
diphtheria and scarlet fever ; nor do
these diseases seem greatly advanced by
overcrowding in tenements. Science.
Tliy He Took the Front Seat.
During the recent revival one of our
young men always took a front seat ,
near the choir. The minister observed
this and complimented and encouraged
the young man in the deep interest he
was manifesting. The man of God was
somewhat astounded when he heard
that the young man explained his mis
taken interest in religion by saying :
"It I hadn't took a seat near'the choir
my rival would have been half way
home with Miss before I could have
got to her. " Eastman limes.
Advancement of America.
Mr. Elkins says that wealth has been
increased both in Europe and America
three times faster than population.
While Great Britain has got three times
the wealth of fifty years ago , the United
States has six-fold that period's wealth.
Europe and America increase 11,000
human beings every day and create
$11,000,000 property. Tho United
States now has $6.000,000,000 more
property than England , her mother
country. Mr. Elkins , quoted Bismarck
as saying , three years ago , that "the
United States had the most illustrious
success of all modern nations , " and
Gladstone said we were the wealthiest
of all nations.
For Women Who Don't Own a Millinery.
A fashion authority says if a woman
has only two dress hats , "one must be
black and the other white , the black
one to be worn with white costumes , the
white one with dark dresses. Parisian
taste declares if there be but one bonnet
let that one be black trimmed with
white. New York Commercial Adver
The Erie in Oregon.
Mark A. Miller , travelling agent for
the Erie railroad , writes from Portland ,
Oregon , thai an attack of pleuro-pneu-
monia left beind it a severe and painful
cough. After trying several remedies
without success , he began using Red
Star Cough Cure , and upon taking one
bottle found himself on tho road to
The Demand for Field Flowers.
"Field flowers , " said the florist.
"Folks seem just crazy about 'em as
soon as they begin to come in. We can
sell every field flower , even to wild arti
choke blossoms and the thistle flowers.
A thistle blossom is a beautiful flower ,
but a prickly thing to handle. I actu
ally believe we could sell nettle blos
soms if they were put on the market. "
Queen Victoria is said to be fond of but
The storms that occur in the west ,
with heavy electric discharges and
more or less wind , but no rain , are to
be investigated most carefully by the
signal service. "If it be conclusively
shown , " says Nature , "that thunder
storms occur unaccompanied by any
rain , a contribution of no ordinary im
portance will be made to the theory of
the thunder-storm. In this department
of meteorology accurately observed
facts continue still to be the great de
A terrible male aria The song of the
A cold wave The flirb of a frigid
Young men and women who attend
Elliott's Business College , Burlington ,
la. , receive a thorough preparation for
life's work , hence are very successful.
Ex-Empress "Eugenie has not lost her
liking for shopping.
The proper dessert for an undertaker
HAY FEVER is a type of catarrh having
peculiar symptoms. It is attended by an
inflamed condition of tho lining membrane
of the nostrils , tear-ducts and throat , af
fecting tho lungs. An acrid mucus is se
creted , the discharge is accompanied with a
burning sensation. There are severe spasms
of sneezing , frequent attacks of headache ,
watery and inflamed eyes. Ely's Cream
Balm is a remedy founded on a correct
diagnosis of this disease and can be de
pended upon. 50 cts. at druggists or by
mail. Send for circular. Ely Bros. , Drug
gists , Owego , N. Y.
FOR SEVERAL YEARS I havesuffered great
ly from periodical returns of Hay Fever.
At the suggestion of COVERT & CHEEVER ,
Druggists , I obtained Ely's Cream Balm
and used a portion of it during a severe at
tack. I can cheerfully testify as to the im
mediate and continued relief obtained by
its use. I heartily recommend it to those
Buffering from this or kindred complaints.
( Rev. ) H. A. SMITH , Clinton , Wis.
New Orleans still clings to the waste
ful system , abandoned by more pro
gressive southern cities , of employing
no smaller coin than the nickel for
purposes of making change.
Dr. MaryWalkeris too much of a man to
button her shoes with a hairpin.
Diseases of the kidneys , liver , or urinary
organs , are speedily cured by the infallible
Hunt's [ Kidney and Liver ] Remedy.
Captain "Winship , Providence Police , suf
fered five years from kidney disease , was
cured by Hunt's [ Kidney and Liver ]
A Falsehood Nailed.
An irresponsible penny-a-liner recent
ly set going in a N ew York daily n e wspa-
pera mtiliciousstatement that the prizes
of the Louisiana State Lottery Company
aro paid to persons in its employ , and
not "honestly drawn and paid.
This lie 'has been copied hero and
there into journals unfriendly to the
Company , and readers not aware of the
facts are likely to be affected by _ them.
An Ohio correspondent clips it from
a local weekly and writes the Company
on the 6th inst. , to ask if there is any
truth in it.
Let Generals Beauregard and Early ,
who have entire charge of all the
Company's Drawings , answer not only
this correspondent but all whose faith
in the Company has been disturbed by
this and similar calumnious paragraphs.
Read tho exact language of Generals
Beaureguard and Early in the following
statement , to which their names aro
The charges , insinuations , and inuen-
does contained in said publication are
false in every respect , so far as they af
fect the fairness of tho drawings of the
Louisiana Lottery , or the integrity f
the acts of the Lottery Company. When
the undersigned had charge only of the
semi-annual drawings they counted the
tubes containing the numbers previous
to each of those drawings to be certain
that all were put in the wheel. Since
they have had charge of tho monthly
drawings also , the wheel has been un
der their exclusive control , and after
each drawing they have restored all the
drawn numbers to tho wheel , locked it ,
and sealed it in such manner as to ren
der it impossible for the numbers to be
reached or interfered with.without their
knowledge. They have thus been al
ways certain that all the numbers were
in the wheel at each drawing , and they
alone are responsible for the integrity
of the drawings.
The intimation that persons have been
Eaid to allow their names to be pub-
shed as the winners of prizes in this
Lottery is also false and without the
slightest foundation in fact. Millions
of dollars have been paid out by the
Company in prizes through the banks
and express agencies , as can be ascer
tained from the bank officers in New
Orleans , and the Express Agents in
New York , Washington City and in
this city , as well as from the winners
of prizes whose names have been given
to the public.
Signed , G. T. BEAUREGARD ,
J. A. EARLV ,
NEW ORLEANS , July 14. Com'rs.
Mineral water comes in quartz.
Hal ford Sauco makes cold mcata a luxury.
Kept by A1 grocers. Abk for It.
Mark Twain never uses cosmetic on his
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Hires cholera , colic , cramps , dlarrlima. aches ,
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Who will be used as a cat's-paw to enable
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For cuts from barbed wire fence , sore shoulders ,
kicks end open sores on animals , use Stewart's
Healing Powder , 15 and 50 cts. a box.
Boston maidens love flowers. It is
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If you are falling ; broken , worn out and nervous ,
nse "Wells * Health Renewer. " 81. Druggists
"WTien Baby was sickwe pare her Castoria ,
"When she was a Child , shecried for Castoria ,
When she became Miss , she clang to Castoria ,
When aho had Children , abo garo them. Caatoria ,
The rich relative always dies a lingering
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There is but one best color for butter ,
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The Esquimaux think their snow places
A subject in hand Palmistry.
MFE PRESERVER. '
If you are losing your grip on life , try "Wells'
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Vassar girls never flirt when they take a
Causes the blood to heat and get into a depleted con
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opportunity for scrofula , salt rheum , bolls and hu
mors to come to the surface. The blood should bo
purified and vitalized by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla ,
which will expel all Impurities and give tone and
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"I had four scrofulous sores come on my feet ,
which grew so bad that I could not wear a shoe.
Nothing which I took did me any good , tilt ono day
I saw Hood's Sarsaparilla advertised In a paper , and
decided to try It. I have taken two bottles and the
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PITTS , South Potsdam. N. T.
"Pimples were breaking out all over my face ,
caused by smoking cigarettes. I was ad vised by my
druggist to try Hood's Sarsaparilla and did BO , and
all traces of the pimples have disappeared. " J. C.
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. HOOD & CO. , Apothecaries , Lowell , Mass.
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is a secret aid to beauty.
Many a lady owes her fresh
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Educate Your Daughters.
Tho Sisters of Charity of tho B. V. M.
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Moral improvement of thoso confided
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them a proper Elementary instruction
on preparatory for entering the Junior
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September 7th , 1885.
For full particulars and terms , ad
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B VALENTINE HKOS. . Jancsillle. AMa.
Morphine Habit Cured In 1O
DR. .1. STI-PIIKXS. I.fharon. Ohio.
out Mnnhuod. L'rciuatnre Uccnr , U enUn .
ruln and all forms of JicMIItr In Sjt-n from e rtr
error , Ijmorance , rlco orcpciKsea Quickly and
nowrtrmly established In Amerlca olclr on lt iaerlt
FREE to corncmt Inquirer * , ( not tobOTS. orcurbv
ilty-neetersVJargo iUiutratcU work on
tho Cenlto-Drlnury Organs. Brain nnil Nerve * .
( Sealed , f or cents In stamps. ) dives testimonials , ! bus-
Bfss and medical references , Ac. Cun ultntlou Free.
OIVIAIJJ AGENCY. 1T4 Fulton frt-.Netr V rt.
It will cure any case of ILlvor and Kidney
troubles when properly taUen. It Is a perfect
renovator and inviKorator. It cleanses the sys
tem of the polsonou * humors that develop fa
Llvor , Kidney and Urinary diseases , car-
ryinjr away all poisonous mutter and re
storing the Blood to a ncaltliy condition.
enriching it , refreshlne and Invigoratins
Blind and Body. It prevents tho growth to
Serious Illneiis of a Daiizeroun Class of.
Diseases that begin in more trivial ail
ments , and are too apt to bo neglected as sucli *
THOUSANDS OF OASES
of tho worst forms of these terrible diseases
have been quiff Uy relieved and In a short
timo perfectly cured by tho uso of Hops < K
Do not get Hops and Malt Bitters COB-
founded with Inferior preparations of similar
name. Tnko IVotUiiiic but Hops < t Malt Bit
ters If you want a sure Cure.
HOPS & HALT BITTERS CO , DETROIT. Ha.
University of lire Game ,
ThcElsltty Tnlrd Session will open Tuesday. S pt-
Stu. Full courses In
Classics , liu.iv , Sciences , ITlntlienintlca ,
A thoronch COMMEKCI AL COCKSK Is one of the
dlatlncuUUInjj features of ihc Institution.
Spec al advantages arc oHered to students ol tne
COUISC.UE MJNm DEpARTMiarr.
for boys under 1 ? , Is unique In design and In the com-
. C till gues. giving full
pl-teriess of Its cuMin * " * * * * " .w - - - - - ' r -
particular * , will lie nentfr , l y adlresslnK
ItKV. f. E. WALbll , C | . 6. . 1'KESIDKXT.
KOTRE DAME. ISDI
JOYOUS , HAPPY CHILDREN
are Indeed the greatest boon of mankind. Tlic Indis
pensable qualifications for this condition Is healtn :
and It is the claim of the manufacturers , cndoreod
by hundreds , thut IJIdge's Food Is tbe best food for *
growlnc child. .
This Is what Interest *
jou all. The celebrated
Latago Collar , made from
our LATAGO Oil Tanned .
Leather. 'Warranted not
to get hard or cract. You
can wash them * hen dirty !
'and ' tney will keep soil and
Ask your d ealers for them ,
Use them and you irlll have
LINCOLN TANNING CO. ,
* 3-Sole Manufacturers.
UNEQUALLED FOR CEMENTING
WOOD ; GLASS , CHINA , PAPER. LEATHER , tx.
Awarded GOLD MEDAL , LONDON , 1SSS. Du-d
by SIo n & Hamlla Organ and Piano Co _ Pnllmao
Palace Car Co . tc. Mfd only br the RUSSIA
CEMENT CO. GLOUCESTER.MASS.SOLC
E -g.rnnyTinC | nhrMall.g < .
oung People , & & * * ! -
ness Education. KO to the old rcllab e Iowa.
CIIT ColleEe. Est'd In 1365. Send f r CbL
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for Infants and Children ,
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IrecommenditasEuperiortonny-prescriptiou I Sour Stomach , Diarrhosa , Eructation.
knorotomc. " al Aarara , JLD , I Kmela0InnS' P > V m
211 So. Oxford St. , Brooklyn , N. Y. | Wltoout injurious medication
Tsz COSTPANT , 182 Fulton Street. N. T.
Omaha Fair and Exposition Association.
FAIR HELD AT OMAHA , HEB. , SEPTEMBER ffl TO lift , 1885
$ G,50O OfleredL for Speed TrottingPacing : , Running.
S12OOO Offered for Horses , Cattle ,
Sheep , Hogs , Poultry , Fruits and JFloircrs.
§ 35.00 for SO ears White Corn ; $35.00 for 50 ears Yellow Corn ; $35.00 for50 ears
Calico or Mixed Corn. Three Balloon Ascensions during-Fair. New and Wonderful Japanese
daylight Fireworks , exhibited during three days of Fair. New Amphitheatre , Speed Stalls ,
Fences. For Premium Lists or Information , address
DAJVIEI , II. WIIEELEK , Secretary ,
Boom 1 , Creighton Block , Omaha , Neb.
THE BEST WATERPROOF RIDING COAT.
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