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, way RacJa feoatcweetera DtruM De
pot Twentieth ftrvet. between Fim u4 Second
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H. Rockwell, Agect.
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Cable ArcomiaodiCioi. t
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M06T DIRECT BOCTS TO TEX
32ast acd South Eastz
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Pkwnf er trkitk krr knd depart from Ctioa
Accommodktion trk'r leve Eock Iilaod 6-45
P- UTiTe kt Peor k 2 ao k. m Lke Peon
:18 p. m. krrt m Kotk Ilknd 1 r06 k. m.
L. P.oek Ilkcd .
. i 6.80 km 9.10 ia
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8 15 kmjll mi km
Lt. Tkble la U Ni pm! 8.45 pm
At. Keynold ; 7.10 mn 1.45 pm 4.25 pm
Kocfclfikitd 8.05 km. 8.00 pm I 5 JO pm
Cbkir ckr on Pitt Sxprns between Bock Islknd
kna rennk in Dots Clret!oti8.
H. B. SUDLOW, K. 8TOCXHOr?B.
Scperintendent. Tit. Aeent.
CHAS. R. WHEELAN.
Undertaking and Embalming
Dac'.ck B'tock, Xo. 80S 20th St.. Pock Ieland.
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EkTiee pnrc!ikd k cemplete line of tnderUk
InffFOeds. with kekrM and kppokrtenocex. kixi
bkTiDf eeared Ike aerricee or Mr. feo. . Beed,
f CLickro. kn frpert fsneral dirt-ctor kod em
bklmer of 18 yers erperience, 1 km fnUy pre-
kred to fkkrkntee kktlefkction.
U R Or. 01 EFPEN BACH'S
SBRi eORt SEMINAL, EVCUS
I DDI? TROUBUS m YtUHD,
I :t)tkf-GE9 " Oil WEI. 119
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gt. TAI8TT M DISPFOmTIET,.tid.
pnDttvet:rea iD IW'S. ISdkn
tmtBOtntriti bt icun ml Inr II. Cl-nlr froe.
TMEfPERU DRUC CO.,
8oleketk.fortberr.S. 189 WlS.STKUwAUllE, 13.
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A GERMAN MARKET FAIR.
Akdet TrataBte Cttm as It StSU
nomrikliek mt Buarer.
TLis w-e;t there baa been am opportnnitT to
m a market fair in EaeoTer, which ocrara
only thooea year, and lasts bat two cr tbre
lajv In fact, I am jot returned from waa
3encj abost town in a lrizxliag rain, bcnip
his nmbrellas in the crowd of chaffering acd
shattering Hanoverians, and rereiring an 00
asiotial curse from voaoe booth owner be
eaoseof the unintentional bdt none the )esi
wet ttreazn of water which mj umbrella tip
piainped down npon bef cakes or candy. Tha
Aails and booths for the display of the ware
were to be fottnd inTarioospamof the town,
accord lag to the natore of the sales; thus Kv
ttock was to be had in one section, books ia
another, vnotkjas"' in the third, aad so on.
Today I spent my time in the old portion
of the city, and here the center of bosile and
mtereet was the ancient Jc&rket cfcnrch.
From the sqnare cpon mfcich this church
ftands toe lines of booths Ftrc-tched up the
streets, radiating right ar.d )ft from tha
Vlarke-t nqTsare. These booths were hastily
rigged affairs, built of boards, with their
tops eort-red with canvas against the rain, o
that they lookad like a row of Indian wig
wams. Every conceivable article, aitd some
mconceivabie, were to be purchased along
these rows, behind which stood men and
women crying cp their wares or dottjg out
small portxns to the peasant buyer.
Before 4 o'clock of this rainy aXteraoon the
oil I&mps were lighted and flared picturesque
ly in the wirL Through, the middle of the
swvets screed the crowd of buyer, mar t of
them country folk, who had coroe in srlely
for the fair. They clattered over the cobble
Hsmtr in their sabots asd bt down pncea
with high heart and volubility. Above rose
the gray old t. oases and high over all the
veneral-le and masve church, under whosa
wall for five oecturws humanity was bought
and sold, lived and die-L It was a scene for a
Dickens, and I sighed for his insight and hit
graphic jewer of description.
At some of tbe bxths a foreigner was e
pecially temptol to rid hira-eif oi a few pen
nies or marks. For exampie. h-re hung by
the score tie long, porcelai 1 bowled pipea
which are so typical of ttat country, and
hard by were ail manner of blue earthea
ware drinking jugs, mors and tankarda,
with bibulous mottoes in German script and
metal covers that were a joy to see. Ia soma
cases some magic sign like "Aus Italien"
was heng in front of the booth, and there
you were sure to find cheap jewelry, tawdry
paintings or bizarre boa-e ornamer.L, those
behind the improvised counter beicg dark,
allow and melancholy eyed, and caricg
large rings in their ers r ' ur the manner ct
There s-irj'-J to be r: cor: ru.'ty here ia
the arrangement of the Eficfs.ve ftands; be
side one exclusively devotti to worsteda
would be anolher where the sax-u:t.-r.t sausage
and the nu!3:roiis but b-I " I l:t.urrt
reigned s-UTrreme, ani a l:tt!e farther on the
tovs of chil ihood hci.ncbbed w:tu a murder
ous array of knives, big and little, rang-.cg
from the f.y nail tnnicvr m ibe long, keen
blaije of the hog Lilk-r. The motley of tales
and sigtt.- or.ly n:ale the s-ue ricLcr and a
eharact-n.-:tic-picture of f 'reign wra-t Ufa
I am toi 1 ti.at the articles t its bought at
these fars. though chear. err- r-hojjy and to
reliable, and are avoided bv the wiiv citizen.
the chief p;
a.cruL':g froa tie
mouthvl countrv buinpk.us wbo iiia by
oaUiie ktiow and the oily assurances cf the
prttprieUT Cur. HirtXard Couj-tit
sentei to CTibosmn bimsll.
"You have beard of Tacott, the ranr
derer of the Ctiicago millionaire Snell?"
"Y. yes," cried the sergeant, hardly
daring to breathe.
"Well, co-t wbat it will," rft-tinied the
old man. "I I am the man who struck
Billy Patterson." Philadelphia Times.
Weary Ragles (to his companion)
Wake np, Wayside! I say, ain't they
some law ag'm" this ruthless defacing of
att'ra.1 mcucrr bv coinratrcial vandals?
Lfnl Lineage These are all portraits
of my an'-eftcr.;.
ilr. (ft-tham Yon don't Who is
tiwtt y.nn lclrin.? chat; tht-rk-
Lrd LiTie-.-,- Ti;it'd icy jrreaT-raid-fath.-r.
Mr. (iuthaia And who i the oi l fel
low v:;th the gray l;;rd?
Lr r 1 Lin'jaare Th-;t "s my ?jrandf athi-r
Mr. Gi'li'.:i ::.i-f) rue 3-0-r prcat
grandfatiwr la;k 1:.: ::ty ymzs to h ive
snch an old l.xii.,,-.-..n as y.-.ir raad
MOST APPETIZ1NG-EASILY DIGESTED.
The Van Hoctexs process renders their cocoa easy of
digestion and develops in the highest degree its delicious
aroma. It is an excellent flesh-former, fifty pr cent, greater
than the best of ether cocoas.
Ml HoilTBf 8 Oogoa
"BEST & GOES FARTHEST.-
J- VAX HOCTETS tWXVt t-nrA. ttrj-t W) y mysimml. pm. aolvble
Coc, U,W, kkme jtt4 patrte Ilollase. mm la tmmj Wtiee mmm
are alaMe taam mmy mt Ike eajaaerawa latltaUlM. Ia fact, it ia cenklr kdait
lodail OTtrEaTOTUnJ aronparatir te wi.l tui!f proratltat Coeoa rqaaia tat
tavtrktM-'a is ao!ab:itr. anb: tasta aed Batntir qaaiitica. " Lrft aaia ia taa
wor.d." At-A for VaS HoCTES'S 3CO OTBUL O
THE POSITIVE CURE.
XL BHOTHBBS. M Warrea 8U. ew Tork. rrtceeecta
LOVE ONE ANOTHER.
I: was SatarCay cifht. and two children
fit os the inairs in a hgbted hall.
A exed and traublel and jre perplexr-d,
1 o ieim for Sooday lae foryct-ea tcii;
( x.:y thre worxis oa a gi'.ded card.
I ut bou chudren deciared U hkrd.
Tote,' tact is easy it means, why. this
( V warn embrace and a loring kis :;
' T- Ji 'one Z3ci.r,' I Jon t soe who
1 s scflk-Jt ty "fciiotier" oow, 3Ly. do your
i err ctzs.CLv she raiws her heed.
Cxr tboujiiU" jl darim. acd aiowiy said,
si s f iadly vnuied on the Uttie brother,
Why, I m"i oc'.y one, and yoa are another,
n.1 lais is tiie ramming dcwt,"t you see?
1 lit! I tnut lore you, aod you must iove me."
Trisa Hnie preacher, could acy sape
liierjTet belter the sacrel pare?
rienty of Room at the Top
"WeH, pal's, yoa won't have to colt
p!ain c f my rettr.g any lower in ray
cia& after this."
"I'm ?lad cf that, Bobby; very plad."
"Yes, it's stopped now. lcaase tuda5
I pet to the lust -at." Philadelphia
CTZlc yer Begcrra. phin Oi put me line
tYoo that hole Oi EinstT t'oaght Oi wor
gain' f catch miniries! Jndge.
Arj you disturbed at night and broken
of tour rest b? a eick child EuJUering and
cryin? with pain of cuttine; teeth? If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs .
Wins'ow'g Sooihicg Syrup fcr children
teeth Eg. Ita value is incalculable. It
will relieve the poor little suSerer imme
diately. Depend npon it mothers, there
is no it is take about it. It cares dysen
tery, diarrhoea, regulates the stomach
and bowe's, cures wind colic, softens the
gems, reduces icfiammation and gives
tone fci:d energy to the whole system .
Mrs. W.n8iow'B Soothing Syrup for
Ch:ld-en Tee'.hine is pleasant to the
taste, acd is the prescription of one of
the oldest and best female nurses and
phjEuians in the United Stales, and is
or sale bv all drug gists throughout the
world Price 25 cents a bottle, j
A MTKOSU F.MOKtlIF.XT.
A leading druggist in the
northern part of th stat gaid
to us the ether day: "Ttere i
one thipg about Raid's Gnm&n ;
Cough and Kidney Cure that is !
differ-rt from any othrr raedi-1
cine I ever saw, and that is
that it is generally and enthu
siastically endorsed bv leading
citizens ia the city where it is
manufactured. Most meiiciu-s
are popular away from home,
but Rei Ts German Congh and
Kidn-y ;nri is endorsrd. and
its m-rits attested, by citiz-ns
who have used it and who ar?
acquainted with it ' Em-rron
says, "Thr strongest t-stim?nial
one can offrr is the opinion cf
his neighbor.' It is to the
merit of Reid's G-rman Coug
j and Kidney Care that those
who are most conversant with
it are the loudest in its praise
and those who have seen it used
oftenest, are the most reaiy to
recommend it. Mr Mieha-1
Snidt-r, foreman in the Peoria
Journal office in Pecria, is a
case in point. He had be-en
suffering with kidney trouble,
and he was attacked while
"making up" with a severe pain
across the small of his back.
His sufferings were severe, and
he was finally taken home. He
was persuaded to try a bottle of
i ReidXOerman Cough and Kid
i ney Cure, and to his astonish
mrni he wa cured and ablf to
resume li-s wcTk, nor Las h-
On i Regular Plan. "How does Hon
Peck take married life?" "Oh. I guess
he takes it according to directions."
S3 Toa Congkl
Dc'tdelay. Take Kemp's Balsam, the
best cough cure. It will cure your
coughs and colds. It will cure pains in
the clest. It will cure influenza and
broDCt itis and all dieises pertaining to
the lu3T! because it is a pure balsam
Hold i to tbe light acd tee how clear and
thick it is. You will see tbe excellent
effect nfter taking tbe first dose. L- re
bottles 502 and 1.
a severe attack sin-t. al
though he was often subjected
to tbem brfore. It also suws
that Reid's German Cough and
Kidney Cure will relieve kidney
trouble, for this was Mr. Sni i-r'a
malady, and what he had b-n
treated fcr by all tbe physicians
in the city, and it had been s.
pronounced Since he began
taking this medicine, he never
was so well in his life.
For sale by all druggists.
Sylvan Rekkdt Co.,
107 Main St , P-oria, 111.
A Bil Iiitam 11 Etmp'f Buns.
The dictionary s-iye, bVsam is a
thick, pure, ar"mtic s i'is'tc-e 3 w:cr
from trr " Kemp's Bslsim f :r the
throat and lungs is the on!? couh medi
cine that i a rel balsam. Ma-y ttin.
watery cougn rtme-li- nrec'.lel b ! ;m"s
bnt u b rt: n"t tr -.k through a b.iit'.e
of KeiEt ' BiU.m nc l nntic- wfiata pure,
thick preprarioa it i. I you
use K bd's Biim At ail drjii-rs'.
Lirge trtle 50? hp ! :
jpie total eclipse
Wler? Santa Claus Soap
Appears irj lib qigl.
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MITCH VAXrjABIX ETrOEStATlCS TBCM A STTBT CT TEJ Ma? CF
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ard Sioux r alls, ia DAKOTA Cameron, St Joseph, and KtcfU Cr.y.
MISSOCHI Omaha, PeArtury. and Nelson, ia NEBKASSA Hortoc.t;;- i,
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Spriru?3, Denver, Pueblo, la COLORADO. FREE BcUniiyr Cbair Car to
aid from Chicaro, CaldweU, Hutcnineon, and Doie City, acd Pau&ce
In? Care between Chicatro, Wichit. and Eutchinsoa. Traverses new .1 :
v&t area of ricb frzn.:ng tvad praxinar IacdJ. aSbrdin? the beet fac.l't
of intercommunication to adl towns end cities eeet avnd weet, xiorUi' j
and eouweat of Chicago, aad Pacific avad tr&asoceaaic Seaports.
MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS.
LeaJirur an competitors ia splendor of equipment, cool, wen ventilated. e;
free frcra dsst. Throuc-h Coaches, Pi .1) man Sleepere, PRf.K Bchn:rj
Chair Cars, and reset of Missouri River) Dime? Cars Daily between Ct:cav-
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North Platte, Neb., sod between Clucsro and Colorado Springs. Dtt,
ad Pueblo, via St. Joseph, or Kansas Cty and Topekav Spiendid Di:-
Hotels (TurniehitLg' meals mt eeaeonable nours west of alissouri River.
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Lake, Crdem Portland, Los Axurelee, avnd San Francisco. The DIKlci
LINE to and from Piate s Peak, 14 an i to u. Garden cf tie Gods, the as;tar.
cbs, and Scenic Grandeurs of Colorado.
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So3d E '.ui ees Trains daily between Chicaptj aad Mienea polls and ?t ?aul:
with THROUGH fiecltninf Chsir Cars (FR) to and from those rc:c:s
Throug-h Chair Car and Sleeper between peorta, tpir.r ute,
via uoct island.
The Pavorite Liae to Plzestone, Water-
Summer Boacrta and Banucr ana riahir'
and Sioux Pa!l
town. Sioux Palls, and the
Grounds or the Noruwest.
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travel between Cincinnati, Indianapolia, LaXaette, and Council Bis.s, St.
Joseph, Atchison, Leavenworth, Kannan City, MmneapoUa, and St. Fan..
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OSce la the United States or Cans, or address
E. ST. JOHN. JOHN SEBASTIAN,
Osneral Kaaagtz. CHICAOO.ILL. Ceal Ticket ft fua afist
COMPLETE IX ALL
For Catalogues Addreae i
T. C. DTOCAK. )
-J". "W". iTOHSTIES-
Dealer la New acd
Second Hand Goods-
P7. "'- o trades aty anic'.e.
A atK-c.kl'.j : v' .' "c ?.
THE NEW STORE,
111 and 113 West Second St.
-Will open their store MONDAY, FEB. 9th, with a complete line of
Dress Goods, Notions, Cloaks, Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps.
We here mention some of our leaders: A line of Shirting Prints 4c; Dress Prints, 5c; Indigo Blues.
6c; Armenian Serge, one yard wide, 12 l-2c; 4-4 Henrietta, colors and black, 20c; 6-4 Black Henrietta from
40 to 60c; 4-4 Striped Worsted at 37c; 7-8 Striped Worsted at 12 l-2c; 6-4 Brilliantine black at 60c; Out
ing Flannel 10 and 12 1-2. Our leaders in Corsets we sell at 9, 69 and 99c.
CLOAKS too numerous to mention at prices one-half actual value. In CLOTHING, we quote: Suits at S5.J0 worth $8.00; Suits at S9.00 worth l2.i;
Suits at SI2.J0 worth $17 JO; Suits at $1 1.00 worth 16.00. Hats and Caps from 50 cents up. In FURNISHING G OODS; A ivcckl !ct cf en.'s Ties at 2.
and 55 cents, worth 75 cents. A full and complete assortment at greatly reduced prices.
Ill and 113 ffest SeconJ Street