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OMATTA RATTTRnA ?
POETRY OP THE TIMES.
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Tbo old year' * alraoet gone.
He will not tee the dawn ;
The wind's weird ciy thro' In a woodUnd
cre p ,
Ths p tlont earth In th1 darkness sleeps )
Only the glow ot our hearth tire's liftht
BrfabUms lh rnlrk o * the dreary night
The old year's almost gone.
Much hare we lost In the year ,
TreMOrei nrtclom nd dear ;
Then were klndlj deeds that wi might
h T done ,
There were gentle hearts that we left tin-
And Colds where .might hare grown grain
o ( worth
Lie follow under the frozen turf ;
Much have we lost In the year !
What have wo won In the year ,
Rich guerdon our heart * to chcert
With p tn WM the pearl of pfttlenco
Han failure clearer Insight wrought )
HM earnest driving for noble end !
Gained ui the atrength high purpose
What havt wa won in the year !
What bare we learned In the year ,
Soul truth eternal and cleat !
Thftt boarded gold ihkll b reft with pain ,
That what wo garr , alone In gain ;
I That the klndlr heart and the open hand
Are greater riches than hcuio and land ?
4' ' What have we learned In the yeart
The New Year dawnelh clear ,
Hearen reit the Uld Year's bier !
Duller and duller the omben glow ,
Deeper and brighter your dear eyes grow ;
Tray , lore , for the weal of our Ingle fair ,
for the strength to do and the grace to
For lore , than life more dear ,
The old i ear pastes away
Iti ( unstti burn no longer rod.
Iu noons are oold ; Its mornings gray.
It * sum ara dim ; IU dawns are dead.
No more upon the distant bills.
W see the yellow and the green
The fbwcrs are dead ; and by the rills
No more the primrose fair Is seen ,
Upon ( he grass the white hoar frost
Has left Its markm And In the vale
Are wrecks of battles , won and lost ,
Twixt roses red and rotes pale.
Still there are joys In this old time ,
The pleasant hearth , the bluing log ,
The things which keep out winter * rime
Like punch that's hot , and good egg-nog ,
Han- AbouttoStvoarOff. .
Star , Jewell , stay and hear my weal
Your secretary bends to theo :
"Why ylarest them upon mo to
I am not bounced , bnt soon ahull bo.
J , * Stephen W. Dorsoy.
HONEY FOR THE LADIES.
Silver or gold medlioval clasps are worn
with belts of moire ribbon.
Black silk beadfd Jersey * are favorite of
waists for young ladies' black dresses.
The crab is a favorite bonnet ornament.
And the bonnets , like the crabs , are mov
ing backward. 70
Dresses of the "vivid blue , " the "burn-
Ing red' and the " "
"glowing cool" are all the
rage In Europe.
Turbans with a far band and leathered
cloth 01 owns are worn with redlngotes of
cloth trimmed with fur.
Tan colored silk itooklngs ara worn with
the tan col * rod gloves that are part of
tnany full dress toilets ,
Dashes of red appear everywhere In the
toilet , from tbe plumes on the bonnet to
the "clock" o ( black silk hone.
In this age of money-getting the value
of love Is estimated by the quantity of coal
consumed dnrmg courtship ,
A Red Bluff , Nev. , nurie girl committed
aulolde because her iniitress scolded her '
tor miilaving a bottle of medicine.
Tha newest turbans of folded cloth , or
velvet , are with nit brlmr , the folds reach-
ling down to the hair , and are wltboul
The United States baa (90,000,000 invested -
vested In finger-rings alone , and that
doesn't Include those whkh certain female
Idiots slip on over their kld'gloves.
An actress was offered a sealskin cloak
If she wouldn't speak tor an hour. At tbe
end of sovcn or eight minutes she exclaimed -
claimed : "Mind , It's got to bo a $250ono. "
Real bullion embroidery decorate * the ,
dog collars of black velvet which are worn
with low dre s walitr , and which greatly
enhance the falrneis of tbe complexion. 50
The fashionable fan Is of large ostrich
feathers , mounted with shell , amber , Ivory
or pearl , an 1 ornamented with a bird with
long tall plumage falling on tbe sticks ,
A Chicago paper say * that at least one- the
third of the unmarried dry goods clerks in
that city paint their oheekt. aud scores of
thnm wear oorteta and cultivate a sorrow.
fal look ,
Who say * th * art taste of America Is not
being rapidly developed ! A woman will
pay one dollar for something she doesn't ho
nee 1 In order to get a five-cent plaque.
Norristown Herald. '
Floral buckles are uied to catch up the
fold * of the drapery of evening dresses.
These buckles ure largo and i quire , and
are made of cardboard covered with silk ;
mall flowers are tlien sowed thickly upon
No society belle can rival the splendors
of tlio Chinete mlnlster'a costumes. It is pay
aid that hla wardrobe I * worth $150,000.
allot the richest Mlks and satins , and thai
he never appears at a reception twlcs in
the lame dress.
Why is It that ay > umr man and a young from
woman will sit for hours and hours togeth ing
er in a parlor without saying a word ; anc
then , when It is time for him to leave ,
stand an hour talking earnestly on tbe milk
front stoop In the still pneumonic air ?
Pack , the
Kentucky is Indulging In quilting bee *
and cat thakln ? . After the quilting a o tt
Is put uron the quilt. Tbe young folks St.
take bold o ( the corners aud tosi tbe cat rance
till it , jumps oil upon ono of the young
ladles , who is then crowned queen of the
Silver dog collars are revived. These
are intended to bo worn outside the collar to
of thn dreis , clasping it closely. Some of
tbeie are so arranged as to be separated beer
into a pair of bracelets , Th * designs are is
in the uoloi and chain-mall seen In armor , does
fastened with gadllugs tuoh as are seen on boor
steel gauutleta ,
Drldget Kennedy , of Rutland , whs has Mn
begun a term of 41) ) years In the home of ollica
correction for liquor-Helling , has been judge
joined by her husbund , James. He has that'0
been conyioted of 185 first olfennei , and , as "You
he can't pry hU fin * of 81,403 , muit spend left
eleven years near his wife. their
Mis * Mary Hobatt ban been showing
\ tbe married women of Philadelphia how down
to wash a baby. Of conne , It ii not her
baby. She bexan by explaining how to purp
watn and dress a new-born Infant without He
drowning it in the basin or causing it to
burnt by tight bandaging.
A faahlon-wrlter sayi : ' 'Queen Victoria high.
etlll wears the same fashion of hoop-skirt kins
\ that was In vogue twenty yeara ago , " It
x Bulls her , and she has a rlxut to wear It.
\8he Is a queen , and rich , and can afford to
Tear " any old thing that pleases her , Only 2.
oor and weak-minded are slaves to 4.
Conklin , tbe lion-tamer , eay then
ly invariable rule of action I * teat
at upon they urea of the aultnal you
kind of animal , " ho idd * . "I
will not perform with , and that's n crotsnoai
eyed one ; for he's like across-eved woman ;
yon can't tell whether she's flirting with
yon or with the man on the other side of
A fanner fn Stokes countr , N. 0. , sold
his wife to A neighbor for $ WJ the other
day , and then disposing ot his farm , set out
on a new career. The neighbor was
bachelor , andtlred'of living without a wife ,
and the woman being favorable to the ar
rangement , the trade w i easily effected
and the goods delivered ,
Oloth costume * are made , with two
bodices ; that for the house Is a batqiewlth
reft collar and cuffs trimmed with cord
gimp In doilgns ot Gothic points ; that for
outdoor wear Is a lung pelisse with fnll
plaiting at the back trimmed with gimp
twice the width of that of thebatque. The
tklrt which Is to be worn with either if
thete bodices Is plsln , In front falling on a
balayeuie platting , and has all Its fullnesi
drawn to the back and masted In quad
A new caper of feminine axtfullners Is
the pel fumed petticoat , This now guile
to catch the susceptible soul of mm is ef
fected by secreting scent-powder in tbe
wadding of the msthetto under garment ,
A rapturous writer , already a victim to
doubt , say n "Ibis Is coaxidercd prefer
able to putting perfume on the handker
chief , as tbe plearant odor Ii more diffused
and sweetly mysterious , " Cunning rascall
How well he knows that nothing about a
woman Is more charming than her mys
tery ; and how foollth are those females
who parade and expose their charms In the
stupid belief that they attract attention in
that way , Let all tbe ways of woman bo
"sneetly mysterious , " and she will find
man her worshipful slave.
At New Albany , Indiana , the First
Presbyterian church has elected a boardof
The revival In the Cincinnati Methodist
churches has resulted In 2,128 conversions
and 1,005 additions on probations.
The number of Congregational churches
In the weitorn part of too State of Penn
sylvania baa doubled during the last seven
years , and the time seems ripe for the
formation of a State association ,
At the seventy-eighth session of tbe old
testament revisers , held In the Jerusalem
chamber , Westminster , tbe company fin-
lihed the teoond revision of Job and pro
ceeded with that of Proverbs to chapter
The finest building on this continent Is
the Roman Oatholio Cathedal of Mexico.
It was built 300 years ago on the site ef
the Aiteo temple , and gold wax uied by
the ton and precious stones by the thou
sand In Its ornamentation.
The Russlin Chapel which has been
supported by the Russian government at
New York for thirteen yean is to be clos
ed. The patter , the Rev. Nicholas Hjer
ring , states that this action of the govern ,
ment is for economical reasons.
It is a remarkable fact that within the
last two weeks two pastors have been In *
stalled in Chicago over Congregational
churches who wore far from bolus : up to
the old tttndnrd of oithodozy upon the
subject of future punishment , Dr. Soudder
and Mr. Emorlch both agreeing in the ono
important point of Indulging hope tor the
sinner who dies in hit sins.
The Churchman compiles the following
summary of statistics of tbe Protestant
Epltcopal church for 1881-2 from 'The
Church Almanac" nud "Whlttaker's
Churchman's Almanac" for 1883 : Number'
( lloccson. 48 ; missionary districts ( In
cluding Africa , China and Japan ) , 16 ;
bishops , GO ; priest * and deacon * , 3,010 ;
whole number ut clergy , 8,676 ittcriase ,
The Lutheran communion registers a
large increase tbe past year. Its totals are
now 3,420 ministers , a gain of 1S9 ; 0,1 SO
congregations , or 265 more than Uit year ;
and 785)787 ) communicant- increase of
47,485. These communicants are distri
buted amen * the dlileromt bodies as fol
lows : Sjdidlral conference , 2S8JL17 ; gen
eral council , 235,002 ; grneral synod. 125- of
22'J ; Independent synodn , 110,077.
A sketch of the churches of New Haven ,
Conn. , priatod by The Register , shows
that the Catholic denomination has in
creased la membership during tbe fait 40 to
years more rapidly than all the Protestant of
denominations combined , having now 7
churches and 21,800 members , agalnit 1
church and 300 members in 1842 , while tbe
JL'rotestfnt churchea , ttumbetlng 32 la 1843
and having 4,021 members , now number 51
and have 13.293 members. The Congrega
tional church wai tbo largest Protestant
organization 40 years ago and is so nuw ,
but Its relative increase Is much less than In
that of tbe Methodists , Episcopalians and
Baptists. The Congrexatlonalists hare
grown from 10 churches with 2,814 members -
bers to 10 churches with 6,517 member * ,
the Methodist * from 7 churches with 689
members to 12 churches with 2,795 * nem-
berc , the Episcopalians from 2 churches
with 775 members to 11 churches with
2,565 members , the Baptists from 1 church
with 4G2 member : toSchurchbs with 1,523 her
members. The 1 Universal ! it church had
members In 1842 , and now has 323.
Instead of 1 Jewich church with 25 mem
bers , there are BOW 3 with 100 member * ,
The Lutherans and Second Adventlsts ,
which had no churches 40 yeara ago , have
now 2 each , tba former with 290 members , '
latter with 95. The population of
New Haven has grown from 14.5 6 to
PEPPERMINT DROPS , in
An ex.prize fighter never dies. When
leaves the ring he opens a saloon and
outlives all his friends.
The king of Burmab hss four queens , and the
Gen. Hohenck consider * him on the road to
prosperity. Boston Post.
Our neighbor over Mrs. Maloney's
fruit store , " is what tbe Lynn , Mass , , lieo wat a
calls an eiteemed contemporary.
The police of San Francisco receive more
than any others in tbe world , but they
have to use hair oil and face powder and
wear $2 kid gloves seven days In tbe week ,
Jimmy's 25 cent watch not runniog sat-
lihctorlly , he pried It open and doted It
MB s bottle of peppermint , explain * box
to her that , "I des it dot 'tomach
Do not put articles which have held
into hot water , " says a domestic til
reolpo , Is this an admonition not to drop
baby into the w/uh / boiler. Boston
A reporter of one of the dally papers of 25
Louis wrote about "
"whisky with a frag
like flowen and a taste like the dream
melody of Mendelisohu'a uiusloj" and the
prohibitionist * at puce decided to hold a
convention in that city ,
The Cincinnati brewers do not accede accc
the demand of their Chlo gn and Mil and
waukee compatriot * to raise the prlos of feet.
ono dollar a barrel. Ohio river \tniec ZOO
thicker than that of Lake Michigan ami the
tiot requlro * o much bops to give the ly
body , of
"Are you the judge of reprobate1 said First
, L'artlugtou as she walked Into an 13
of a judge of probate. "I am n long
of probate was tbe reply. "Well , feet
' It , I expect , " quuth tbe old lady. 1G
see my father died dete ted and he fuel
several little Infidels , and I want to be 1G
executioner , " 8th
There Is a right smart chance for a swap
in Georgia. Wo notein the Cherokee
County Advance that Board Harris baa a
he wiahsa to swap for a gray mule , fret
also baa u pet coon ho in anxious to exchange -
change for a safe with all tbe modern im-
poumenta. The safe Is to bo eleven feet
. He wauU the aafato put his pump
In , to keep them out of the oold. Toe
Advance vouches for the fairness of Mr.
HarrU1 dealings , tion
Mind Ireadlngi 1. Think of a number.
Add 300 to It. Multiply by 4-11-44. tee
Divide by 320. C. Square tbe product. you
Extract the cube root tl < erefrom and
take tbe pemon who thought of tbe
number aside , and ask him to kindly tell rejulo
what number he thought of. If he Bold
complies with your request boldly an- man
noaoce tbe aforesaid number to tbe andl *
rnce If be refused , better give It up nn
the plea of not being en rapport with the
That ; the editor of the Palmyra ( Mo. )
Spectator Is enjoying himself may be In
ferred from the following parargraph from
the last number of his paper : "And line
eames pretty S llv Metcalf , all smiles and
as blithe as a Scottish latslo on St. A nd-
rew'a ' day , bringing as a ChrMmni com
pliment from mamma , Mrs. Mayor Met
calf , , a large salver filled with specimens of
hen handiwork In tbe shape of fresh
delicious atuiago , some , tcrapple and spare
ribi Many thanks , niidam , and a merry
Christmas to tbea and thine.
"George Wablcgton"say Mr. Beecher ,
'could ' not be bribed , but ha swore like a
A Kentucklan sayi the people down his
way believe In taxing luxuries bnt not
necessities. Thty want the tax taken off
otvhi ky and tonacco and put on pmnps
A Chlcazo minister recently undertook
to Introduce moral reform at a cocking
main , bnt all he got for Mi pains was the
advice to "soak his bead , " or "chase him
self up an alley , "
Nothing anne ) a the manager of a church
festival more than to have one visitor say
In a rather loud tone to another : "Have
they ever tried plating war-ships with this
sort of sandwiches ! "
Philadelphia News : Mr. Talmago offers
(1,000 to any person who will prove him a
plagiarist. We should make a strike for
that reward , but thu trouble is we never
a'.lend many circuits ,
An old story is belog revived of a prayer
meeting being held for a poor fellow's re
lief , who bad broken his leg. While Deacon -
con Brown was praying , a tall fellow , with
an ox-goad , knocked at the door , saying :
"Father could not come , hut sent his
; rayers in the cart. " They were potatoes ,
eef , pork and com ,
The Rev. Bolsnd Grant , pastor of a
Baptist church in Poughkeepsle , N. Y. ,
has been forced to resign by his congrega
tion. It Is claimed that he was unaccepta
ble to his brethern
because be wore a
woolen shirt at a watering place , because
be ate his food with a knile Instead of a
fork and because he wss a sen on one occa
sion cluing on a sofa with bis wife , both
eating from the same banana. Dr. Grant
teems to have been a ooatss and nnminis-
terial man. If be had been caueht on a
sofa with another man's wife eating tropi
cal fruit , ho might have been allowed to
The following Is told of Saphlr , a de
formed Jew , who lived centuries ago la
Germany : He was traveling io a stage
coach in company with two Jesuits , who
made allniions to the personal appearance
of Saphlr , and were Hlipoted to make fun
of him genonlly. He put up with it for
some time , but finally he Hiked : "Who
are you fellows ; anyhow1 "Webe'ong ' to
the society of Jesus. " "Which society of
Jcsus-hls first or his lost } " "What Jo you
mean ? " "Wvll , hli first society were don
keys In the manger , and hi * last were
thieves on Mount Cavalry. Now I want
to know to which of these societies you be
Nex week a son of Prif. Drlsler , of Col.
timbla college , will be married .to a Mies
A young man In Columbus has poit-
poned his marriage three different times
after the sirl was all ready , and yet she
keeps rlgkt on being courted as if nothing
People who object to the publication of
marriage engagements should remember
that in some parts of this country , and in
nearly all Europe , the announcement of
an engagement to the public is required by
KBOKOK , Io , . December 25. Thomas
Walker , of St. Louis , formerly of Keokuk ,
and Miss Otrrie McCrary , eldest daughter
Hon. George W. MoCrary , United
States circuit judge , were united in mar
riage in this city last evening.
A prospective bride of New York en
tered into an agreement with her intended
accept , in lieu of a dower or any right
a dower , the sum of SI,500. A docu
ment setting forth the 'bargain was
drawn up by tbe groom , signed by tbe it
bride and duly recorded , tbi first of its
There was a first class story-book wed
ding at New Harcn Wednesday. Henri
Monton , a handsome ynung Frenchman ,
saw and Inved A.delo Poinmler years ago
sunny France. Pretty Adele was a la
borer's daughter , Henri a tradesman's son ,
and tbe stern parents frowned on their
love. So Henri started forth in pursuit of
fortune and independence , giving up hla
priced office at home of seriteant de ville ,
cauio to Walllngford , bearded his earnings
through tbe years and finally sent for his
sweetheart. She escaped from her rela
tive * , and on Wednesday was joined to
hero In happy wedlock.
The twelfth child , a son , of a citizen of
New Brunswick , N. J , , was born at 12
o'clock on tbe twelfth day of the twelfth
month ef the present year , and weighed
twelve pounds to an ounce , it the nurse
be believed ,
A Reno , Nev , , Chinaman , while fishing
the Truokeo river , caught something
that aitonishcs all who see it. The some
thing has wines , fins aud legs , and filer , Fin
swim , or walks with equal facility. The
wings are like those of tbe flying-fish ,
otherwise It resembles a lizard , except that
bead is more pointed , IF
A valuable cow belonging to the Hon.
Harrison Bailey , of Kentucky , broke Into
corn-field and gorged herself so that she
about to die. A surgeon made an
incUion in her side and tooic out over six
bushels of corn , cornstalks and grass. The
opening healed up and the cow is doing as
well as over , IF
One of the street peddlers of New York ,
been on Broadway before Christnun , ex
hibited an apparatus consisting of a gloss ST.
, some cotton and a kerosene lamp , by
means of which ha was hatching cut chick
, showing the whole process from the
time tbe egg Is put Into ( be incubator un Ohl
the chick steps forth. For 25 cents a
chick was sold in a little box , together
with directions for hatching out eggs by Four
putting them under tbe family stove. The Mllla
bicks were bein ? peddled off very fast at <
cents apiece to fond parents who were
anxious to give their children amusement ,
regardless of tbe chtok's feelings. 0.
A tree was recently felled In Sonoma S. i
county , California , of which the following J.
account is given by a local paper ; The
standing height of tbe tree was 317 feet ,
Its diameter near tbe ground WAS 14
. In falling the top was broken oif
feet distant from the stump , and up to Th
point of breaking tbe tree was perfect Rooms
sound , From the tree snwlcgs were cut
the following lengths and diameters : hoW.
, 14 feet long , 0 feet In diameter ; 2d ,
feet long. 8 feet In diameter ; 3J , It ! feet
, 7 feet 7 Inches in diftmetor ; 4th , 14
long , 7 feet 0 Inched In diameter ; Cth.
foot lop ? , 7 fe < t in diameter ; Ctb , 1C
long , G feet 10 inches In diameter ; 7th ,
feet long , G feet G Inches In diameter ;
, 10 feet Inn ? , G feet 4 Inches in diam
; lUti , 1C feet lone , G feet S Inches la
diameter ; 10th , 18 feet long , G feet in
diameter ; llth , 12 feet long , 6 feet 10
inched in diameter ; 13tb , 18 feet long , 6
G inches in diameter , No.
Never Qlvo TTo.
If you are utleriug with low and de
pressed spirits , loss of appetite , genera
debility , disordered blood , weak conatltn.
, headache , or any disease of a billo us
nature , by all means procure a bottle of
Klectrlo Bitters. You will be surprised to
the rapid Improvement that will follow ;
will be Inspired with new life :
strength and activity will return ; pain and
misery will ceoso , aud henceforth you will
* iu the praise of Klectrlo Hitters , for
at fifty oenta a bottle , byU , F , Agent lUllw
The Georgia assembly Is Inquiring Into
the feasibility of establishing a technolog
ical school in that state.
Cornell is erecting two new bnlldlnirs a
splendid chemical laboratory and a drill
hall and gymniilnm. A fine library Is also
saon to be oonstiucted.
Fnplls of the pnbllo schools In Newark ,
N.J , were requeued to bring one potato
e ch for the homo 'of the triendlcM , the
plan resulting in the contribution of a small
There are 1OCO,000 Rrown people in
thli j country who can iietther read or writ ? ,
bnt when It comes to talking about the
nooieniA of our puhllo school system they
can make themselves heard half A mile
Prof. Blow , superintendent of public In-
ntructlonlof Indianawill ask the legislature
to make it a criminal oifonie to steal , soli
or othcrwlte dispose of examination ques
tion * . He will also suggest some changes
in the manner andtlmo of making trustee's
report * , and will advocate the wanting of
teachers' license for six , twelve , twenty-
four , and thirty-six months : and a six *
tetn-year license to the recipient of two
successive two-year licenser.
The Vermont legislature has enacted a
law providing that Instruction shall be
Imparted In the publ o nchocli in ele
mentary phyriology and hygiene , which
shall give special prominence to the t fleet
of stimulants and narcotics upon the hu
man system. This law was tecnred
through the efforts of the Women' * Chris
tian Temperance union of the state , and
Is designed to open the eyes of the stu
dents in the public schools to the evil ef
fect of the use of alcoholic drinks , tobacco
and opium ,
The Rochester school board has ordered
that during the next term In the public
schools the morning and afternoon recess
be abolished , and that the principals b In
structed to carry out the following pro
gramme of school hours : The mornlncr
and afternron lestions will begin respec
tively at 9 o'clock a. m. and 1:30 : D. m , ,
and will close at 11:30 a. m. and 3:30 p.
m. The seventh , eighth and ninth grade"
will be dismltsed In the afternoon at 3
o'clock. It Is also ordered that at 10:15 :
In the morning and 2:30 in the afternoon
five minutes shall be deroted to calisthenlo
exercites and marching In every school
room , while the windows are to be thrown
open sufficiently to change the air of the
room. It is understood that this provision -
vision Is to be most rigidly adhered to in
The edncatlon of deaf mutes has made
remarkable progresi during the last de
cade , and it teems highly probable that the
old system of talking by signs Is about to
undergo a revolution or to be entirely dis
pensed with. A few years ago an attempt
was made in the Clark institution for
deaf mutes , at Northampton , Massachu
setts , to teach the inmates an articulate
speech , and from the recently issued re
port now before us seems that the effort has
passed the stage of experiment and has
been crowned with the most trratifjlni ;
success. Thn report contains numerous
letters from former pupils who were un
able to express any thought by articulate
sounds when they entered the institution ,
but they are now able to make themrelves
understood. One writes from New York
that every girl In the packing room , where
she works , understands all she says , and
she can understand thorn by the system of
lip reading. Another , a dressmaker , writes :
"I work from 8 in the morning to 8 at
night , so you see that there is little time
left for my recreation. I do not know
whether I have gained In lip reading and
speech , bat I think I have gained more in
lip reading than speech. My mother ,
slaten , and brothers nay that my speech is
very peed , and they can understand every
word I say. My employers can understand
all I say , and I can read their lips well. "
An Elrniro , ( N Y ) Imdy ,
Mrs. Hi L. Clark , 361 E. Clinton street
declares : Burdock Blood Bitters are a
medicine I admire. Best remedy for dys
pepsia in the world. Keep home supplied
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DB. 0. 0. OLMSIEAD , Milwau
kee , Wis. , naye ; "I bare used it in
my poaotico ten years , and consider
n valuable nnrvo tonic. "
SHORT THE LINER
OECXO A O-O-
Milwaukee & St , Paul
no < * running Ha FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
OMAHA AND COUNCIL BLUFFS 'Cor
Pullman's Mapiflconfc Sleepers
Finest Dining Oars in the World.
YOU ARE GOING EAST
CHICAGO i * MILWAUKEE ,
Or to anv point boronJ ; or
YOU ARE GOING NORTH
. PAUL OR MINNEAPOLIS
Take the BEST ROUTE , th *
Chicago , Milwaukee &SfcPaulE'y
Ticket offlca located at corner Farnam and laid
Fourteenth street * and at U. P. Depot and at
Mlllaid Hotel , Omaha.
3TSea Time Table In another column.
F. A. NASH , General Arent.
, II. FOOTE , Ticket Agent , Omaha.
H. ] JIEHRILL , A. V. H. CARPENTER ,
GenerolManager. General Pasa. Agent.
T. CLAHK. OEO. II. HEAITORU ,
Oeneral Sup't. Aan't Gen. 1'oaa. Agent.
EUROPEAN HOTEL ,
moitceutraUr located hotel In the city ,
7Sc , tl.OO , It,60and S2 00pord > .
Flrtt CliS.1 Restaurant connected with the
.HURST. - - Prop. city
Corner Fourth and Locust 6tiwts , north
CHOC1. X.OTOTXS OMCC * .
Door Plate * Eugraved to'Order
LOOK , 7thSt. St. Loubj. Mo
FAST TIME I
Iti going Kail Uks Ibt
Trains leave Oouba 8:40 : p. m. and 7:10 : . m
full Information call on ft. V. DEUEL , Tick *
, Uth and faroam stf . , J. HELL. D.
rD | pct. 01 al JAUK8T. OLABK , Qenci
AND READY FOR1 DELI VERY
Four Feet Wide
Seven Feet Long ,
LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE
MAP OF THE CITY EVER
Compiled undei direction ef An
drew Roaewater , City
And Examined and Compared by
George Smith , County
Thereby making it the
OFFICIAL : MAP
OF THE CITY.
Six Months work upon It at
Cost of about $1,500.
CONTAINS EVEEY NEW ADDITION
out up to this date. Also all
public and private buildings of
note photographed thereon.
Shows all Now Railway anfl
Depot Grounds ,
All property ehown and described
within half a mile south and weat of
limits , and all within one wlie
of north boundary of city ,
Fully Mounted ,
Colored , Varnished
And Cloth Backs ,
PRICE $7 EACH.
Geo. P. Bemis
Beal Estate Agency.
T.u . .BIRO W : isr < Sc OO
WHOLESALE DRY GOODS
Boots and Shoes.
OMAHA , NEB.
J. A. WAKEFIELD ,
WHOLK3ALK AND HKTAIL DEALER IN
Lath , Shingles , Pickets ,
A8H , DOORS. BUNDS , MOLDINGS , LIME , CEMEH
flTSTATB AOENC FOB MILWAUKEE OKUXNX 0011PANT )
Near Union Pacific Donot. - OM.AH.ANB
DRUGS , PAINTS , OILS ,
Window and Plate G'ass. '
If Anyone contemplating building store , bank , or any other fine will flnd It to their ad
antge to corns end with us before purchasing their Plate Olata.
C. F , GOODMAN ,
WB , MILLARD. EDWARD W. PECK.
MILLARD & PECK ,
Storage , Commission and Hlfiiolesale Frniis ,
1421 & 1423 FAKNHAM STREET.
CONSIGNMENTS OOUNTRI PBODUOE SOLIOITED1
gentu for Pock & Bansliors Lard , and Wilbor Mills Flour
OMAHA , - - - NEB
OMAHA NATIONAL BANK ,
STEELE. JOHNSON & 00. ,
TOOTLE MATJL & 00.
STEELE , JJHNSON & CO. ,
AND JOBBERS IN
Flour , Salt , Sugars , Canned Goods , and
/ Ail Grocers' Supplies.
A Fall Line of the Best Brands of
OIGAES MB IfflDIACTUfiED TOBACCO.
AgentB for BEHWODD HAILS AND LAPLIN & BAND POWDER CO.
HENRY LEHMANN ,
'EASTERN ' PRICES DUPLICATED.
118 FARNAM ST. - - OMAHA
POWER AND HAND
Steam Pumps , Engine Trimmings ,
MACHINERY , BELTING , , HOSE , BRASS AND IKON nrnNas FIFE.
PACKING AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
HALLADAY WIND-MILLS CHURCHBANDSCHOOLiBELLS !
Oor. Farnam and 10th Streets Omaha. Neb.
HALL'S SAFE AND LOCK GO.
Fire and Burglar Proa
- - ,
OO3HCS , O.
1020 Farnham Street ,
1213 Farnam St. . Omaha , Neb
HEATING "AND BAKING
la only attained by using
Stoves and Ranges.0
WIBB BAUZE < OVER DOORS ,
JFor nale byj
MILTON ROGERS & SONS
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