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THE NORFOLK NKWS : FRIDAY , OOT011KK 25,1901.
KEEP TEAMS OFF MAIN STREET.
City Council Adopts The New Ordi
nance Regulating Teamsters.
The city council mot in regular ses
sion at the city hall Thutsdtiy evening ,
with Muyor Koenigstolu and Councilmen -
men Bruumuiud , ClutuouiH , Degnor ,
Gow , Uhlo and Walker present. Ab-
tent , Wchtervelt.
The minutes of the last regular meet
ing were read and approval.
Anton Buchol/ , administrator of the
Verges estate , requested that the coun
cil fix the gutter in front of the Queen
City hotel bo that thowater would not
run into the cellar of the building. Tne
council authorized the filling in and
grading of the street in front of the
hotel to prevent the water running into
Ordinance No. 201 , relating to city
water ratcH , was read uuddlbuussed , but
nut voted upon as several amendments
were suggested by the water ccunmis-
Biouer that were very necessary and the
city attorney was instructed to make the
Hnggested changes in the ordinance and
present it for its second reading at the
Ordinance No. SOU , relating to the
hitching of horses on Norfolk avenue
was read and on motion passed its third
and final reading.
F. W. Beck , on behalf of the Sugar
City Cereal Mill company , requested
permission to erect scales on the south
side of their oflice building and the re
quest was grauted.
The report of the city clerk for Sep
tember was rend and referred to the
The city clerk was instructed to
notify the coal dealers to submit bids
for the supply of coal for the next six
mouths. The bids to bo for furnishing
Hock Springs slack only , mine run , in
carload lots on track.
The bond of Herman Koch , night
policeman , was accepted and the coun
P. L. Best of Stauton was n city vis
Mrs. Si Eden of Verdigro was a city
visitor this morning.
T. S. Currick of Stanton had business
in Norfolk yesterday.
M. J. Hughes of West Point was a
city visitor yesterday.
A. T. R3ynolds of Madison was in the
city this morning on business.
John Kerna of Schuyler was transact
ing business in Norfolk this morning.
Judge Wm. Bates is in the city from
Madison in the interest of his campaign.
N. D. Burt , an attorney of Lynch ,
was in the city on business this morn
Rev. J. H. Millard of Grand Island
was in the city at noon eurouto to
Fred Sidler and family went to Wiu-
Kicle this afternoon to visit friends over
Dr. A. Bear wni in Wayne yesterday
in consultation with one of the doctors
of that city.
Mr. and Mrs. August Wilkins of
Creighton were in the city today doing
Miss Mary Preston and Willie Pres
ton of M idison are guests at the homo
of S. L. Gardner. ,
Dr. and Mrs. H. J. Cole attended a
reception at Wayne Thursday , given to
Dr. and Mrs. Ivory of that city.
The High school foot ball team is
practicing constantly and the boys hope
to make a better showing on pliying
their return game with Columbus. The
game is set for November 2.
Mayor D. J. Koenigsteiu this morn
ing quarantined his family , his oldest
daughter , Mertie , having been taken
nick with scarlet fever. During the
necessary period the mayor's official
residence will be at the home of Geo.
Rev. Franklin Baker entertained a
company of his friends last evening at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilkinson in
South Norfolk at a progressive "flinch"
party. The game is a new one but is
said to be very entertaining and the
party was heartily enjoyed. Choice re
freshments were served during the
The Elks are to entertain at n social
session in their club rooms tonight ,
members and their families to be guests
of the lodge. The plan of entertain
ment is being- kept secret and the com
mittee hopes to pleasantly surprise
those who attend. Elks , and members
of their families , are cordially invited
to be present.
Dr. Hartneutof Sioux City , Asa K.
Leonard , Andrew Lager , S. L. Gardner ,
and Bert Eborhart as chef , left last
night for a week's hunting outing at
Wood Lake. They went equipped with
about a carload of baggage and threaten
to so interfere with the flight of ducks
and geese that it will be useless for
anyone to go hunting further south.
The now Cathollo church at Tilden ,
of which Father Thomas Walsh of this
city is pastor , will bo dedicated tomor
row with impressive services , and a
largo number of people from Norfolk ex
pect to attend. For their convenience a
special train has been provided that will
leave the Junction at 8M : in the morn
ing returning after the services.
The Cathollo choir and other members
of the church will go up on the special
and It la probable that a number of Nor *
folk people not ulllllutlng with the
church will also attend. The cost will
bo one faro for the round trip.
On an autumn day like yesterdaywith
no wind stirring , Iwvo you over noticed
a long string of spider thread cut loose
from the earth and sail straight up and
out of sight ? The writer hasfrequently ,
and has boon puzzled to account for it.
Perhap * others have seen it and can ex
plain the queer sight. Are the spider
wolw on such a day lighter than nlrV
Or are they attached to a winged in
sect that carries them up. A pleasing
Burmiso would bo that the little insects
form a balloon ' of this material and
travel up until a north wind catches
thorn and cauius thorn away to a
The railroad men complain that the
school boys , especially these from the
High Hohool building.aro becoming quite
a nuisance. They board the cars bound
for the sugar factory , the passenger
Irakis that run in the jards and other
wise give the trm'nmou cauBofor anxiety
and trouble. Thursday one of these
boys uairowly escaped serious injury by
falling from the cars , but ho fortunately
lit on soft ground. The railroad men
desire that the parents should give this
matter some attention or 'they may bo
compelled to use legal or other harsh
measures. The danger of serious acci
dents should bo bufllcieut to put a btop
to the practice.
The car of the fish commission-was in
the city yesterday in charge of State
Fish Commissioner O'Brion. In the
afternoon Deputy State Game and Fish
Commissioner Geo. L. Carter of North
Platte and Deputy State G.imo Warden
J. L. Knott of Lincoln , who are with
the car , were diiven into ihe country by
P. A. Shurtz and Herbert Daniel , mak
ing inquiry as to the observance of the
law against killing quail and hunting
without license. Tne wardens have
undertaken a strict enforcement of the
law and state that they have caught a
largo number of violators. The party
took their guns and killed a few chickens
during their trip. They left for the
west over the Elkhorn last night.
Women and Jewels.
Jewels , candy , flowers , man that is
the order of a woman's preferences.
Jewels form n maguet of mighty power
to the average woman. Even that
greatest of all jewels , health , is often
rn'ned in the strenuous efforts to make
or save thn money to purchase them.
If a woman will risk her health to got a
coveted gem , then lot her fortify herself
against the insidious consequences of
cojghB , colds and bronchial Directions
by the regular use of Dr. Boscheo's
German Syrup. It will promptly arrest
consumption in its early stages and heal
the affected lungs and bronchial tubes
and drive the dread disease from the
system. It is not a cure-all , but it is a
certain cure for coughs , colds and all
bronchial troubles. You can get Dr. G.
G. Green's reliable remedies at Asa K.
L ° ouard's.
( Set Green's special almanac.
Learn Gregg shorthand touch type
writing and practical bookkeeping at
Brown's Business college , Norfolk ,
Neb. , and you will bo competent to se
cure and hold a paying position.
Northern \VUconitlii Itullwiiy Kiirin I.itnilH
The Chicago , St. Paul , Minneapolis
& Omaha railway has for sale in North
ern Wisconsin , at low prices and easy
terms of payment , about i50,000 ! acres
of choice farm lands.
Early buyers will secure the advan
tage of locations on the many beautiful
streams and lakes , which abound with
fish and furnish a never ending and
most excellent water supply , both for
family use and for stock.
Land is generally well timbered , the
soil fertile and easy of cultivation and
this is rapidly developing into one of
the greatest sheep and cattle raising
regions in the northwest.
Chicago , Milwaukee , St. Paul , Minn
eapolis , Duluth , Superior , Ashland and
other towns on "The Northwestern
Line" furnish good markets for stock
and farm produce.
For further particulars address :
GEO. W. BELL ,
Land Commissioner , Hudson Wis. , or
G. H. MACRAE ,
Asst. Gen'lPass.Ag't.St. Paul , Minn.
Perhaps You Wonder
f the tormenting cold that made last
winter one long misery will be as bad
this year. Certainly not , if you take
Allen's Lung Balsam when tickling and
rawness in the throut announce the
> resence of the old enemy. Do not expect
ho cold to wear itself out. Take the
right remedy in time. Allen.s Lung
Balsam is free from opium.
13 to Buffalo Pan-American and Re
Tickets on Bale dally via the Nicklo
Plato road , good returning ton days
'rom ' date of sale. Especially low rates
'or IB to 80 days limit Chicago to
Buffalo and return. Tickets at lowest
rates to all points east. John Y. Gala-
mn , general agent , 111 Adams street ,
Dhicago. Chicago city ticket oflice 111
People Believe In It
It has been cynically said that any
thing can be sold by advertising nowu-
lays. Thisisnot so. Many liniments have
wen advertised but only one Perry
Davis'Paiukiller has stood the test of
sixty years' use Today its popnlaity ia
greater than ever and is based not upon
what anybody says , but upon what the
remedy does There is but one Painkiller
Perry Davis' .
J. M. Conklln of Nollgh was in towi
P. DavldMm was in the city yenterdaj
F. O. Davis of Wayne was a city VH
itor over Sunday.
Frank H Scott of Stanton wan a Sun
day visitor in Norfolk.
Mrs. M. D. Wheeler of Chadron ii
visiting Norfolk friends.
Dr. A. L. Andert-on of West Poini
was a city visitor Saturday.
Mr. and MrB. ( ! . F. Durland of Plain-
view visited Norfolk friends over Sun
Hon. T. F. Memmlngor of Madison
was a visitor in the city yesterday morn
Mrs. 0. II. Reynolds returned Satur
day evening from a two days' visit in
Dan Murphy of Omaha was in town
this morning looking after business in
Dr. Wm. Gorst , presiding older of the
Neligh district , was a city victor this
Mrs. H. P. Ktorm has returned from a
visit with friends at Grinnoll and Des
Monica , Iowa.
Kd Frlekonnd E R. Eaton were over
from Madison Saturday night to attend
the dancing party at the Oxnard.
Mr. and Mrs. Scabury , who have been
visiting Norfolk friends , returned to
their homo in Plainvlow Saturday.
Manager , ) . N. Hundick of the hugar
faeto.y WIIH called to Omaha Saturday
morning by business connected with the
F II S-on and wife of Stanton came
up Saturday evening to visit at the
homo of L K. Wallerstedt and attend
the soeial Besston given by the Elks.
Mr. Scott is a member of Norfolk lodge.
Rev. F. W. Loavitt and wife camn in
from West Point at noon to attend the
association of Congregational churches.
They are guests at the homo of Rev.
Wm. Leavitt ,
Mr. and Mrs. G H. Mason , Mr. ai.d
Mrs. A. T. Pettit and Mrs. Cora A.
Boels went to Sioux City to hear Ed
ward A Kunball of Chicago lecture on
Ouristian Science yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Corl Jerkins returned
yesterday noon from their western trip
and found their now homo fully pre
pared for their reception , oven to a sup
ply of coal and provisions ou hand.
A largo number of the friends of MrH.
Haaso assisted her in celebrating her
birthday Saturday night at her homo
north of the sugar factory. The even
ing was very enjoyably spent by those
A stranger in the city last evening
entertained a number of people with his
imitations of brass and other instru
ments , nt which ho was certainly an
adept , especially on cornet , trombone
and tuba parts. ,
Guests of the Oxnard enjoyed a pleas
ant dancing party Saturday night in the
dining room of that hostelry. Muxlo
was furnished by the Italian orcheHtra
and the evening was heartily enjoyed
by those who attended.
Mi ssJessio Drebert was pleasantly
surprised Saturday night hy a company
of her young friends , the party being
planned in honor of her birthday. The
evening was enjoyably passed with mu
sic , games and refreshments.
Conductor W. S. Fox of the Union
Pacific is taking a ten days' lay ofl , dur
ing which tinio he and Mrs. Fox will
visit a few days in Albion. Conductor
Hugh Comptou has taken his run be
tween this place and Columbus.
A company of 20 young people Bur-
prised Miss Clara Brncggomau Satur
day night and spent an enjoyable even
ing with games and refreshments.
The occasion was the young lady'H
birthday and several handsome presents
were received by her.
Anna , the 0 months' old daughter of
Curl Niunemnn , died yesterday of sum
mer complaint at the father's home
four miles northwest of the sugar fac
tory and will be buried tomorrow after
noon from Christ. Lutheran churchRov.
J , P. Mueller officiating. Mr. Ninne-
man has many acquaintances in Norfolk
he having been employed by L. 0. Mit-
tolstadt at one time. His friends will
sympathize with him in his aflliction.
The Tribe of Ben Hnr expect to enter
tain their friends in a royal manner to
night at I. O. O. F. and G. A. R. halls.
The program will begin at 8 o'clock ,
sharp , and will consist of speaking ,
singing ; stereopticon views by E. E.
Adams , and a basket supper , the ladies
being required to furnish the supper in
hoskets , which will be sold at auction to
the highest bidders. It is a program
that will provide enjoyment to anyone ,
a id all nro invited.
About fifty passengers left the Junc
tion yesterday morning at ! ) o'clock for
Tilden to attend the dedication of the
uew Catholic church at that place. The
excursion was in charge of Father
Thomas Walsh , pastor of the now
uhnrch , and the passengers included
members of the choir and musicians
who went along to assist at the services.
Other passengers were tnken in at Kent
Siding , Battle Creek and Meadow
Grove. The excursionists did not return -
turn until this noon ,
Elsie , the little daughter of Mr. and
M'H. II I1 Truman , nuU'ercd from the
kirk of u horse yesterday at I lie homo of
her grandparents , Mr. and MIH. UlniH.
Eblo. Sumo of the other children were
on the hOrtto'H hack and Klnlo wim after
him with u HIloli trying tonnvko htm go
and hitting him about the hind legH.
The horwo suddenly runout ml her aellon
by kicking up with both feet. One hoof
Btrui-k the child on thn forehead , cut
ting a gash that required nine HtltuheH
by a mirgoon to clone. Fortunately the
skull WIIH uninjured and she has exper
ienced , but little inconvonionuo from
The ElkH gave u social sonnUm Satur
day evening that was a HUCCOHH in every
particular. At the meeting of the ledge
a week previoun Iho details of the af
fair had been placed wholly in the hands
of a committee coiiHiHting of I ) . J. Koon-
igstein , Uoo. II. Spear , Geo. H. Chris-
toph and Max AHIUUH They were to
arriiniig suoli ontettainment IIH they
thought bortt , and that they mrreeded
in pleiiHing the ElkH and ladien who at
tended WIIH nttcHlod by the eongratula-
tioim tendered them at the eloHo of thn
evening. The nervlcoH of a pianint went
Hecured and the lodge room WIIH eon-
vertul .nto a dancing hall , where a good
portion of the gu 'SH | had a merry time
Others on joy oil the billiard , pool aid
eard tables. The eommitteo ulno en
listed the HervieeH of Otto Tapper ! in
the rofrcHhmont department , and hot
roast beef , HiuuhvirhcH mid coffee wore
Horvod. So HiieceHHful WIIH the first
social som.ion that the Klkn are anxiuns
to have another in the near future.
The Norfolk lOloctno Light and Power
company anmmncoH that beginning on
the first of November a morning light
Hervieo will bo installed. The lightH
will be turned on about ft o'clock and
continued until daylight. Thin Hoiviee
will bo for all morningH except KundayH ,
when people are not supposed to need
lights very early. If certain other ar-
raugomenlH that are pending can bo
completed , an all night service will bo
inaugurated in the near future , but for
the time only a morning service in an
nounced. The lack of a current in the
curly morning during the Hhort dayH
hut ) always been the great disadvantage
of using the electiio lights , and now
that the company is ready to moot the
demand for that Hervieo it ought to very
materially increiiho iliu consumption of
elietiii ! lights. It will unquestionably
add to the benefit of private consumers.
This arrangement docs not apply to
street lightHunlesB furtherarrangomontH
are made by the council , which that
body would no doubt bo justified in do
ing , as a morning Btreet service would
NEW CHURCH AT TILDEN.
Impressive Dedicatory Services Con
ducted There Sunday.
On last Sunday morning the beautiful
now church of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel
at Tilcleu was dedicated. The day was
ideal. The now building , a credit to
Tildon for both Hizo and beauty , was
c.owded to its utmost capacity. The
ceremonies began at 10 : ! ! Q a. in. The
procession of surpliced choir boj H , bear
ing lighted torches , preceded by cross-
bearer and followed by the vested
clergy reading the dedicatory Hervico ,
was imposing , impressive and most
beautiful. After this followed solemn
high mass with Rov. S. F. 'Carroll of
Omaha celebrant , assisted by Rov. E S.
Mounlch of Atkinson and Rov. F. Hal-
aszkiowiecz as deacon and sub-deacon ,
respectively , Rtv. J G. McNamaru be
ing master of ceremonies.
The Norfolk choir furnished excellent
music under the leadership of Miss
Wyho with Mrs. A. Gerecko as organist ,
while Mr. John O'Donnell as cornetist
deserves special mention. The mass
was Leonard in B Hut and benediction
hymns by Goeb.
The sermon by Father Shyue , S. J. , of
St. Louis was a.forceful one. The rev
erend father took for a text , "I have
sanctified this house which thou hast
built , to put my name there forever , and
my eyes and my heart shall be there
always. " Ill Kings ( Ml. He dwelled
on the grand and solemn services with
which in the Old Law places of worship
were consecrated to the service of the
Most High , on the uses of church under
the New and impressing on those pres
ent the worth and efficacy of religion
and the need of the present day of men
living up to the ideas inculcated by the
After iDNSb , benediction was given and
the proceedingb came to a close.
The people of Tilden are to bo con
gratulated on their work and the mem
bers of Norfolk parish on the growth
made in the past two years , this being
the third church erected within that
Stantou is endeavoring to secure the
location of the headquarters of the
Modern Brotherhood of America at that
place. Frank H. Scott has a nice prop
osition to present at the grand session
now being held at Sioux City. Norfolk
would he pleased to see Stanton secure
In Case of Accident ,
Accidents will happen. Mother
strains her back lifting a , sofa. Father
is hurt in the shop. Children are for
ever falling and bruising themselves.
There is no preventing these things ,
but their worst consequences are averted
with Perry Davis' Painkiller. No other
remedy approaches it for the relief of
sore or strained muscles. There is but
one Painkiller , Perry Daviu , '
F.i. \ . Kstabrook WIIH a passenger foi
O. A. Luikart left ! ! IH ! mottling on n
trip to Omaha.
Father Mounlch of Atkinson IH n
t of Father Walsh.
Judge J. H. DarneH went to Lincoln
this morning on hiiHlneHri.
tli'o. I ) Hutterfleld Ixmidcd the early
train this morning lor Omaha.
N. H. Huekland of Newman drove
WIIH a Norfolk visitor over night.
Dr. Wilkinson in In the oily from
Lincoln renowlng old acquainiunceH.
B. U. Dean and H. L. Hpauldlng wen
tor Lliuoln this moinlng.
Lena Campbell of Madison vis-
Hid \\llh Is'oiloik tiit'inlH OM r Sunday.
Arthur Ahlman WIIH over from Madi
son today visiting rolatlvoH and t'riondH.
Ferdinand I Inane in building a fine
now barn at his homo on .South Tenth
.I , I' ' ] Simpson returned last night
fiom a visit with hlH daughur In South
Mayor I ) . J. KoonlgHtein WIIH a PMH
Honger for Madison last evening , ie-
CliaH. T. Simpson of Orleaim ariived
on the noon train to visit liin parents ,
Mr. and MTH. , l. K .Simpson.
An enjoyable bowling paity in which
eight coupU'H paittelpated , was given at
tlio I light alley last evening.
Dr. P. H. Suiter went to Stanlon yeH
terday to consult with Dr. Undnrberg
on tlio CUHO of Mrs T. L. Aekorman
ItiiV. and Mrs. John .klVerieH of Mil-
foid aio attending the iiHMiclation meet
ing and renewing old acquaintances.
P. F. und ( ! . T. Sprecher went to
Soliuyler today to visit their father and
assist him in celebrating hiH UMd blith-
Mr. and Mrs August Krummund 10-
turned at noon fiom a visit witli their
daughter , MTH. I'M. Hummel , in Sioux
MisH Iieno Jiinoman dopaitod today
for Phoenix , Arizona , and will make
lier homo with her brother during the
L. L. MoKim went to Omaha thin
morning to accept a position IIH travel
ing representative of a lifo insuiance
Glenn Hallman , who recently broke
IIJH arm on his way to school from bin
homo south ot the city , IH abl'i to bo
N. A. Lockwood JH removing his
family from Philip avenue to the residence
donco lately vacated by A. H. KicHauon
South Fifth Btreet.
The Wednesday club will not meet
this week , but thin week's meeting will
lo ) combined with that of next week at
MrH. W. H. Butterfleld's.
MrH. S. F. SharplesH IK attending the
Woman'H Synodicii ! Missionary meeting
being hold in the First PreHbyterlan
church of Omaha this week.
Kd. BraaKch , who ban been in Colorado
rado for somu time hoping for benefit to
his health , him returned and H looking
much better than when ho left.
Frank Yeazol wont to Madison yester
day to tnko charge of the steam laundry
which ho recently acquired there , and
has resigned his position in the Fair
Mr. and MrH. Wm. Lay ha arrived
Monday from Marceline , Mo. , called by
the announcement of the serioiiH condi
tion ot Mrs. Liylm's father , John Chen-
Mrs Emil Brnmmund fell down the
cellar btairs at her homo on South Stic-
end street lust night and received some
Borious brniscH , but fortunately no bones
Theodore Becker , brother of Mrp.
Morris Mayer and well known in Nor
folk , and Mrs. Bessie Townsend were
married in Sioux City yesterday morn
ing and left at noon for Chicago for a
phort visit after which they will lake
tip their residence at Albion.
The Norfolk team is planning for its
return gemo of foot ball with Columbus ,
which is to be played at that city
November 9. The players are practicing
faithfully and hope to make a better
showing than they did on the occasion
of the recent gome in this city.
Wm. Chesnutwood arrived Monday
from Kalamazoo , Mich. , where he is
employed as agriculturalist by the sugar
factory , called here by the announce
ment that his father was quite low.
Mr. GheBnutwood likea Michigan very
much and speaks encouragingly of the
prospects of the beet sugar industry in
Miss Ida YauHoru and Miss Etta Dur
land from the First Congregational
church and Miss Frances Vielo and Mi-s
Clara Beach from the Second Congrega
tional church will leave for Omaha Fri
day morning as delegates to the state
Christian Endeavor convention. It is
the Kith annual gathering of the society
aud meets for a three-days' session.
The fine weather that has prevailed
hero for about a week IB cause for con
gratulation. With a warmth almost
equal to that of mid-suuiuior , the sun
shiuiiig brightly aud the trees resplen
dent in autumn tints aud colois it is a
season that offers an infinity of induce
ments for outdoor employment aud re
creation and few there are who can re-
GROWN AND BRIDGE WORK.
PLATES , $5.00 TO S8.OO.
Ht UN Hiimii. It IH an Ideal Indian
Niiiiiiiinr anil there are ninny who wl h
It might continue through November
The now orilliintirn requiring the
hitching of tenniH on Hide HtrootH IH
bolng couiilli > ( l with quite generally ul
though some teamsters experience dilll-
onlly In conforming lo the now law. 'I'lio
notiri'H pohtcd at llui iiHitnl hltchf
placoH on Miiin Hired , threatening u
Hue , are reminder. that few are Inclined
to overlook To make a cninpllonco
with the new ordinance ICHH dilllcult Iho
faeilltlen for hitching on the Hldo HlreotH
Hhoulil ho bettered and after the city
tonniNleiH and farmerH liuvn acnimtomed
tlieniKelvcH to Iho now condillon It in
doiilitlnl If they could ho iudurud to 10-
turn to the old eiihtom ,
A company of HO or 70 ponplo at tended
tint m > uiiil given in I. ( ) ( ) I'1 ' , and O A.
II hallN last evening liy Norfolk ledge ,
Trlbo ot lien Ilur. Tlio program wan
givou in I O. O F. hall and coiiHlHtiul
ol an uddrcHH on Iho order hy II ( ' . M.
IJurgcHH , Htato manager , of Lincoln ;
rentalIOIIH and hinging. The Hloreopti-
eon exhibition to haves boon given by
Mr. AdaniH WIIH pONtpoued owiiiK to mi
accident to the machine. The basket
Hiipper WIIH served in ( ! A. It hall ,
about a worn of basketH bolng Hold ly
Dr. A. .1. .lohiiHon IIH auctioneer. The
onterlainment wan hwutily * appreciated
and the reoeiptH of the ledge wore
fii.hr > .
A Cut in the Rates to Buffalo via the
AH Iho cloning day ( October ill ) of the
drawH near , the railroad rat OH liavo boon
reduced HO much that the IllinolH Cen
tral ! H enabled to offer oxourHion tickotH
to Hufl'iilo at ratcH considerably IcHHtlmn
TickotH will bo on wile during the re
mainder of October , and will bo limited
to leave Buffalo returning , for Buoh
traiim IIH reach Chicago on TuoHdayH ,
ThursdayH and Saturdays , not later
than midnight of the Kixtli day , includ
ing date of wile. ThcHO Hix-day tickets
will not bo accepted in bleeping cant.
TieketH bearing limitH of fifteen and
twenty dayH will bo on Halo every day
until October ! J1 at corresponding rates.
For a circular giving rates to Buffalo
from principal IllinoiH Central stations ,
and a beautifully illustrated booklet descriptive -
scriptivo of the "Rainbow City , " ad-
droHH J. F. MKIWY ,
AHHI. Gonl. Pass. Agent ,
Dubuque , lowu.
Daily Excursions to Buffalo and
via the Nicklo Plato road. Through
trains to New York City without
change. VeBtibnled sleepers Chicago to-
Boston. Dining cars on all trains.
MOUH ! served on American Club plan at
from ! I5 cents to $1. Write John Y. >
Caliban , general agent , 111 Adams'
street , Chicago , for particulars.
WANTKD 10 head of horses and ( J
head of cows to winter. If good milk
COWH would winter them for their milk.
Leave word at this oflice.
} f Cod Liver Oil is the means
of life , and enjoyment of life to
housandb : men women and
When appetite fails , it re-
orcs it. When food is a
nirdcn , it lifts the burden.
When you lose fleshit brings
lie plumpness of health.
When work is hard and
.uty is heavy , it makes life
It is the thin edge of the
edge ; the thick end is food.
-vit what is the use of food ,
.ion you hate it , and can't di
st it ?
Scott's Emulsion of Cod
.i\xr Oil is thcfood that makes
. . .i forget your stomach.
' you have not tried It , send for
s-ionmplo. Its agreeable taste will
Htrnrlso vou ,
SCOTT & BOWNE , Chemists ,
00 Pearl Street. New Yorlc.
OOc. and $ IOO j all druggists.
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