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THE AUG OS, THUK8DAT, L1AKCII .30, 1893.
for sons and music things ha said
He did not mach aspire.
Bat they persuaded Itim to go
And Join the Easter choir.
His Toice was like a lion's roar.
Or like a bucksaw bold.
Or like some south Kentucky mule
Afflicted with a cold.
And when from out his throat there came
Those sounds on Easter day
The congregation sat in awe.
And not one word said they.
Bnt afterward, with one accord.
They cried. "We want to know
"Who is this celebrated man
Whose voice has moved us so:"
Tom M asso.
AN EASTER INCIDENT.
BT CHARUIS B. LEWIS.
T JUT happened
that brother Jim
ami I wen at Aunt
Sally's when Ras
ter Sunilay came.
We always spoke
of it ;i-s "mini; to
Aunt S;ill "s," in
stead of "fining to
Uncle .TtH-'s." al
though lie was a
kinil lieartetl old
man and always
:ave us a warm
welcome. It was
h " V Aunt Sally, how-
j f vcr. who put us
' ' on track e-f the
Wclcory nuts and popcorn, who baked the
turnovers for us, who hunted up fish lines
and let ns put up windmills and scarecrow a
and set the old steel trap on the roof of the
cow shed. AH we knew about Kaster Sun
day was that it brought tp.es which haJ
been dyed various colors. That Saturday
afternoon Aunt Sally came out to the barn
where we were tnrtiinn somersaults oiT "the
big beam" on to the hay and said:
"Boys, I want you to look about for hen's
nests. I haven't got above three esr.es in
the house, and unless you find some I don't
know what we're going to do for tomorrow.
There goes a cackle now!"'
Jim and I had the luck to discover a full
dozen eggs, and after euppcr Annt Sally
dyed them in an old kettle kept f'r no oili
er purpose- When we went u;i t-tairs to bed
that night, we found eight of the ejrars on a
plate ou the bureau. She had caiition.-J
us that the iye mii;ht "strike in'' and poi
son them, and that we shouldn't eat them,
but the good old soul reasoned that the
sight of them would please us w hen w
awoke in the inominit. Just lfore we
went to bed Uncle doe came iu from a visit
to the barn and said:
"Sally, I think I saw a man deVe around
tbe corncrib a- I came past ."
"Ia, me! But w hat would any one be.
dodging around our corncrib for:-" tdie re
"It was probably one of the calves, and he
was skeart at sight of you. Did hesmcil
"I didn't think to snifT."
"That's what I'd have thought of the
first thing. Why didn't you go Higher and
find out for curtain:'"
"Waal, I guess it's nnthin to worry
about," replied Uncle Joe as he reached lor
"Of course it ain't, unless it's a pesky
skunk Mieakin around to git up another
awful smell. Come lioys t itne for lied:"'
The window of our bedroom, or one of its
three windows, looked out ou the hack
yard, and just In-low it whs the roof of the
summer kitchen. Jim and I sat by the
window for half au hour to watch for the
strange thing uncle had seen, but as a mut
ter of fact the night was so dark we could
hardly see the ground In-low us. In those
days no farmer locked a door nor fastened
a window. It struBlcms that Uncle Joe felt
certain he had Seen a man, and that he
lacked the nerve to investigate in the dark-
. -I'5 Ft'-? Y-kj A
1 I ,' I - .
neas. If it was a prow ler, he would find the
house open to him. We got into bed with
the agreement that we would keep awake
until we heard the old ki-' chen clock strike
midnight. We were both awake ac 10, but
that was the last I knew until 1 o'clock in
the morning. Just as I was aroused I heard
the clock strike.
What had disturlied me? Brother Jim
was snoring like a trooper, w hile I wts all
In tremble. The weather had cleared up
f m good deal since we went to bad, and I
oouid discern every object in the room as I
. sjajt up and looked about. The window I
hare referred to was ou the north side of the
room, while the bed was on the south. AU
th curtain were up. After a minute I
: V i TH
thought I heard a movement on tha kitchen
roof, and 1 tUvw- the bedclothes over my
head and began kicking Jim. He uttered a
grunt or two and turned over. After a min
ute I popped out my head, and now I saw a
man with his face pressed ajrainst the glass
of the lower sash of the window to survey
the room. I tried to utter a yell, but could
not make it sound. I tried to kick Jin,
but my legs were paralyzed. I could not
even draw the sheet over my head again.
With my eyes wide open and my heart in
my mouth I watched the fellow gently lift
the sash and fasten it up with a wedge, lie
could have entered any door or window- be
low, but perhaps he feared 'hat someone
miyht lie wat.-hing. It was thn."fcet from
the window s.'.l to the roof. The man drew
himself up and paused fr ;i moment in the
What I did 1 deserve no credit for. lie-cause
it was I Mini of terror ami I was an involun
tary actor, i juiuiH'd out of lied to rv.n
down stairs. Then I lvme mln-re-el Jim ar.d
would not leave him. The bureau was close
at hand, ami by accident 1 touched the eggs.
Picking u pone of them, I hurled it with all
my might at the object iu the window.
Those ck ts were boiled herd, and the one I
threw struck the man li.' i between the
eyes. The si.. k ami the i caused him
to loosen his liuM ami frJl I.;.- !-ws-.:-d on tbc
roof. In trying to recover himself he ft 11
off the edge oT it .
As he went out of the window I yelled
and brought Jim on end. a;id next instant
wo were tl vi-i.u' dow n st :i:-s and whoopir.g
like savages i.i chase. In almt. live min
utes the household was ready to investi-ga-.c.
While v.e believed the man h::i
made oil, we yet thought it w isest, to look
outside. We had scarcely got outside the
kitchen door when we found him. Undo
Joe had a fi w days lt-fure placed a cid -r
barrel uml. r i he caves spout coming down
at the corner -f the shed roof. It was an
old cider bain 1 and alnmt one-third full ,.f
water. In g;i:.g o)r the roof the niiin
turned over and fell head lin-t into t lie brr
rel, and the tirst thing we caught siyht t.f
was his heels Kicking the air.
There was water enough to have drowned
the fellow, ar.d it was rta'tly wonderfcil
how he con Id l.avc plumped into tho barrel
without doi:ig himself great injury. Yly
pushing his r.-mds down to the bottom i
could keep his mouth alove water, but he
could not lift himseif out of the barrel.
When l:e heard ns al-iiT, lie lnasi shout Ir-.s
and cursing fnd kicking, but we reali,-d
Uir.t he was in a i! at, i were n;t at nil
frightened! Jim seized one of his feet and
I the other, v hiie l"i;do Joe ; n.t ted arou:d
and got a piece of dothi-i:
together. Winn we hv'
laslnil. Aunt Sally was gi-. .
hold, :i:ul ll.e oilier thr.v
and tipp.nl t t-e barrel over,
water almos' strangled
while l.o was ga-ruig ai. l
tot ie them
f candle to
- g. .5 clubs
. he rush of
nit lei ing w
drew his ,-i
th ni t l.er.
s bemr.d l,j !.,t K and tiei.
He was an uglv -h:;p and ro
knife and re volvcr off
of hini while t it;g his at ins, and hen he
finally got his breath he knew that he was
h-!j)les. ll.id he professed pi iiiteiice and
lioggi-d 1". .ri.-:-. clicks 1 think l"n !e Joe would
have let iiiiu go. Aunt S:.liy, with her bi
heart, h id air ady In gun to :!nd -ci;s s for
the prisoner, w hen lie suddeuly nt.eniil on
us. I have Leard some tall cussing si:
then, but no' '.ling to beat l.is record, j
threat fml, I 'utliil, co'nm.-tiuled and ;o
munded, am' Aunt Sally had to liee and
Uncie Joe to pretend that he li.l:i"t hear.
"we rot"n him.
It was half a mile to the nearest neigh
bor's, and L"ii le Joedidn't f -el like a-sking
us to go or going kituscif. Neil her did we
want to remain outdoors until daylight.
We solved tl;e problem by dragging the
man into the kitchen. He continued curb
ing for some ' n;o aft r, but finding that he
made no im.ireion be fin.diy cooled oif
and bei.tn.e ruiio civil. The hard boilvl
egg had st rue.'-, him right between the eyes
and rai-.ed a big lump. When we told him
what had hit ini. he la imbed heartily an I
demanded t hat t he reniaitidir of the eggs
beturm d ove r to him. Just at daylight a
team passed 1, and we- s'-nt word to a constable-,
ami .".n hf.ur late r the! robber was ei
his way totlr- -outity jaii. hen he reached
that institution, he was idi tiii.ned as an e.
e-apci coii ict tor whom u rewanl of ?."ki
had been offered. He iiad, as he admitted
planneel to rot the house-, and hp.- his li:ii:7
armed it was re-asunaiile to couciuile that
he weiuld not have M ripped at murder hail
he keen iuierf'Te-d with. He liad saddled
one of the horses and le d it into the mail
before mounting the rexif, und his escape
woulel have thus be-e-u assureel.
Whe-a the ease came to trial, the four of
us were -alK-il as witne-ses, ejf course
Uncle Joe wouldn't lie-ar on a bit, w hile
Aunt Sally tri d hard to say something iu
favored the prisoner and nothing airain.sb
him. He got a sei:ti iice of 10 years, w hiles
we grit t he j"o ami made an equal divide.
Jim and 1 took all the praise the publ;c
w-anted to bes.ow, but uncleanel aunt never
felt quite right nlioiit it. Ileing honest, iu
noeient old souls t hemselves, they were in
rliticd to lielicve in t he honesty of the whole
woild. .They u.seel to talk ai.d guess ami
wonder, ami sonii-tiiiii-s tlie-y almost made
themselves be lieve t he y h.-nl wremgel the
man. Years alter, and the lr.st tiuie I was
ever to visit them, the motherly olel lad
"Charles, s'posin that poor man wasn't
biI at all auel was simply lookiu for some
tbiu to eat? I'm seiuie-times almost con-Bcieue-e
stricken to think you throwed that
egg be fore you asked him who he was and
what lie wanted."
"Well, I dunno." addeel Uncle Joe. "He
was only a boy tbe-n, and of course he
courdn't lie blamed if he made a mistake.
If it had bin me, I guess I'd have throw el
the whole eight eggs toonct, but I wouldn't
luive yelled the sli ingles off the roof the
waj- him and Jim did. Gee! but I kin hear
'em hollerm yit as t hey rolled dowu stairs
and busted the door open!" '.
In one ceunty in Kngland they have a
custom of throwing apples into the church-.
yard after the Kaster service. Those Iat-ely
married throw three times as many as the
FURS WORTH 5J5.QOO.
Value of Sable, Silver-Fox, Tlqrer and Sea
A skin of the sea-otter has been sold
for as much as S7T3. Sable? skins, little
big-g-er than a man's hand, have been
seld for $100 eaedi. which is proportion
ately more expensive than the skin of
the sea-otter. A mantle of this valua
ble sable fur was a gift to the present
empress eif Ilussia em her ceirouatiein,
by the town of Vitoutsk, in that coun
try. It wedghed sixteen ounces anel is
valuoel at S..0,000.
The skin of an elephant, when
tanne'el. is very expensive, the tanning
taking alxuits ix months. Articles
maelc freun elephant hides are eevdly
The skin of a silver feix, otherwise
calleel black fox varies in price freini
to S.'oo. The whole number eb
tained anrually amouRts to only S.imio,
of which ulwiut l.i'.DD are im;irted into
Kngland. La lbuitan states that in
his time a skin eif the silve-r fox was
worth its veight in gedel, anel an un
usually tine skin lias lnen so'el in the
Loiuhii marked for s-.'.".0.
Of the spe-e-ie's of th marten wh'vh
is elistingnishe-el as the- llnssian sable
the elarke-st skins ceimmand SlaO e'aeh.
Inferior skins of the same animal fetch
as little as from 1 te
A skin of the1 tiger of North China,
which has hair frem two to three
inches long, anil f:-e-quently measnres
freun ten tei fnurte-en feet in leng-th. is
valueel at from 5r."0 tei 1' 0.
Aiming- e'xpe'usive- furs Mrs. Ma-kay
owns a set of black fox which cost
Ships at Sea to Communicate When Fif
teen Mile Apart.
"The progress wo are making- with
electriedty in all eiire'etions eiujjht to
make us strip anel think." saiel Arthur
Cooper, an eh-et rieal engine'-er from
lloston. "There is n de'iiytt'.:: the fact
that we an making- haste- rapletly, and
yet none of us can see the- end. The
uses t hieh ele-.-tru-ity can be put. and
with advantage, are wonderful Tho
late-st, and pe rhaps, the" best, inve-utinn
is the te'liphetnes. the result nf a. num
ber of experiments by . V. Houghton,
a rather prugre-ssi ve inventor. Tin in-strume-nt
is t.) bring ve-ssols at sea. em
dark nights, fully tifte-n mile's apart,
within sje-akin"; elist.iiiee of e-aeli
other. In other wurels. it consists of
electrieal eonnei-t ions ope'rate-1 by :v
keylsiard by which lini ineandes -ent
lights are controlled and mad. to. pro
due tile' signals of the Morse telegraph!-
alphabet. Mr. He night 'in. 1
lielieve. elaims that lamps eif thirty
two e-and'e powe-r each e-;ni readily be
seen and the signals unelerstou l at a
3istanee eif tifteen mile's. If the- in
vention lines :k!l that he e-laims f n it,
then e-vi-rv passe-nger steamer, as well
as eve ry war vessel in. the wen-1.1, will
soon be- e-uiiuM'd with his machine1,
and signaling- at night will be as easy
as talking across a table."'
IN OUTER SPACE.
There May I nn A I i!io-i!!ere Out There,
That extreune ee!d paralyzes every
vital fune-tion is. -if eemrse. a piece' of
everyday knowli'dge. Hut it has b. e-n
left to 1'rofe's.sor l'ie-tet. who has been
comlucting some expe-riments on this
subje'et, to elisceive-r that at a te'in
pe'rature of l.VI degrees belv the
ce-ntigrade ze-ro the-ri' is no e lie-m:i-al
aetioii be-twe-e-n nitric or sulpliurie m id
anel potash, be-tween nxyge-n and
'jMitassiun. tlieiugh uneh-r orditiiiry
circumstance's the affinity ed the
latter metal for oxygen is so
g-re-ut that it will burn if thrown into
water. iw"ng to its combination with
the eixyge-n in that tluiel. Hut if tliej
electrie spark is plave-d em bndie-s
which have thus hist tlm pnwe-r of
chemie-al arliriity. some new and e-uriotis
combinatieuirs result. The late-st in
vestigation, the' i-iiielusions of w hi.-h,
howeve-r. have be'e-n theore-tii-ally
pre-sage'd for senile years past, may
ruire us to reeonsiiU-r the rp:ie.'st ion
eif the tfinpi'r.ittcv .if outrfi- space,
anel the peissibility of an at mosplie-re
compnseei .if gases in combination ex
isting the re.
The habit eif turning up the trousers
an ine-h eir two at tlii'ankle has be-come
almost se'e-emd na'ure among th me-iii-Iwrs
of a certain class of anginmaniaes
in New York. The condition of the
weathcr makes no elilTere-ne-e with
hem. One young man eif unmis
takable Fng-iish bearing attracted an
unusual amount eif attention to him
self at a ree-eption in erne ef the Fifth
avenue palace-s the other night by appearing-
on the lb inr of the ball room
with his wedl -pre'sseel black treiusers
turneel up snugly around his ankles,
lie suhscf-ui-iitly expiaineel that he had
turneel them up from f.jrce ef habit,
and hail forgotte-n to turn them elown
be-fore descending from the dressing
room. Woiileln-t Have lie-lie veil It.
"You would, scarcely take my daugh
ter Ha by, we e-a 1 her to be twenty
one years e.-hl. woulel you?"' saiel a fond
tnothe-r. spe aking-of her spinster-l ok
ing chilel. "No indeed, I should not "'
was the re-ply. "So every one say.-.
Uut how old woulel you have imagined
herr' '-Oh. 1 elont know exactly,
though if I had been g-uessing her age,
I sheuilel have said she wasabout thirty
three anei a half, or may be three
quarters. One can't always tell within
a month or two, you know.
fix Way Around the Worlel.
The time re-eiuired for a jejurney
around th earth b' a man walking'
day ami night wdhout rest would be
4-H days: an express train, forty day:
sound, at a meeiium temiperature, thirty-two
and one-half hours; cannon
ball, twenty-one and three-fourth
hours; lig-ht. a little over one-tenth of
a second: electricity, passing- over a
copper wire a little leas than one
tenth of a seconeL '
HIS LIFE A TRAGEDY.
of the Survivors of the
Party ami Ills Itelirs.
A gray-beareleel, weary-looking- man
of g-iant size came down from Calis-tog-a
lately, and registereel at the Uuss
house, in San Francisce. He had with
him a peculiar leaking bag of buck
skin, which he hanelleel carefully, as
though its contents were of priceless
value.anel eliel ueit restconttnte'el till the
yellow bag was in the safe. The old
man was V. C. (irave-s, and his life haa
been an eventful erne'. He was one of
the celcbrate'el Donner party, who
were lost in the Sierras in the terrible
.Vlnter of llii-7 while trying to reae-h
California, surt'e-ring unhearel-of priva
tions. (ut eif ninety-three people
forty-seven perisheel from eohl and
hutige'r. The party eame to a st -p on
the eelge of IKinni'r lake, Xovi-mlji-r 1,
184t5, anil it was March .", or four
months ami four days, before all those
yet alive started away. Mr. Crave-s
was at the time IS years eild. He
starte'el out about March 1 with the
first redief party. His father had pre
viously elie'd while trying to get redie'f.
Hefore his mother starteel with the re
maining emigrants m March ."i she hil
what silver money she hael. F.elwaril
IIeynedels,,a preispe'ctor for golel ejuartz,
foiinel the silveT coins two ye'ars age,
after the long interval of forty-two
ye-ars. Mr. Graves se'e-ureel them and
theise we're what he hael in hisye-llow
bag. They consist, eif ejver loo coins of
the value of ?i."i4. A majority are
fifty-eent piee-es eif the United States.
Itesides these there are! Me'.xican elol
lars, Heilivian. Freuie-h, Helgian. West
Inelian anl Arge-ntine coins. The eihl
piemeer told bow his mother elie'd in
the mountains on her way out and
allude'el graphically to the'ir imprison
ment in the snow.
SAID HER PRAYERS.
A Yoeing I.aeir A ho Wool.! Not Waste
the Time llctwecn Acts.
A pretty young luely who live'sin
New Orleans is ve-ry redigious, ami
woulel not for the wor'el got to ln-d
without saving her prayers. Also she
is very f.mel eif the.' the-aters, and never
misses a e-haii-e eif sie:n-r a goo.1 play.
The othe-r night at the theater her es
ceirt lieitie-e-el that be-tween the first and
seeeinei ae-ts she" was proternaturally
quiet. All his ciYeirts at conversation
met with monosyllabie repulses, and
so far as pre-ttv i-v.-s can glare', her
eyes glared at him repreiachfully.
He felt snubbed and hurt, anel when
the see-oiid act came things were no
letter. Manfully, however, he trieel
to thaw his icicle" laely out, but evcn
re-fe-ren.-e- to sii;;n'r after the play hael
an unhappy i-i'Vct. Kvery time he
sneike: it se'e'iiu'd to bre-ak her all up.
Finally, fairly blazing with wrath and
almost e'rying. slu turneel to him. say
ing: "For goeielne'ss sake ke'e-p ejuie'tl
I've been try ing to say my prayers be
tween every ae-t. I know I shall be so
sleepy when I get home, and this
Seems such a good ediance." It is
needless to say the veiling man sat
mute, dumbly hoping that in he-r sweet
orisons she would remembcr him.
The Clerks stareel.
A friend of mine is perfe-ctly eleoted
to music. She means to be an opera.
Singer some eiav. but a little while ago
she went tei a steire to buy some plain
threael to eio some plain sewing". She
asked for white threael anil then toolc
up a conversation with an acquaint
ance. "What number?" saiel the girl.
"Kb?" txclaimeel the comic opera
singe r, anel went on w ith her talking.
"What number?" again aske-el the
"Oh, Opus fifty," was the reply.
Thou she- saiel if the clerks wen go
ing to stare like that she wouMn't ele-al
there, and went to another store.
I.Ht'e Known of the Haugm:; fin-etrns.
If possible, tradition anil history
have' tolel us less abeiut the "Hanging
(.anions of Habyhui" than they have
aliout the other six eir seven weinders
of the ane ient weirl 1. Heroelotus eloi's
not mention them; I'linyonly casually
allueles to their former e'xistenee. au I
the scriptural account of the re'ign ef
Neliuchaelnez.ar ignores the- snbje-e-t
alteige'ther. l'eipuiar ae'eeiunts, h i-.v-ever.
woulel have us belie vt that they
we're made of huge baskets of earth
(the baskets themselves of iron and
brass toofe-e't sepia re l hung on gigantic
arches whiili we-re erect eel for that
purpeise near the royal palace at
The Nf-wsp:pT of llie Future.
Mr. Kdison thinks that eventually
all newspane-rs will be se-t up by a
combination of the phoimgraph anel
the type-setting machine. Kelit-irs, he
says, will read otT in to phonographs a il
the copy brought in. I'diting it as the-y
go aleing. The e-ompositor will put
the cylinder with his "take" on an
other phonograph, and. listening to
the elictatioTi of the machine, will
translate it'elireetly to the ke-ys of the
-n it Fish Ite Frozen?
Someboely tohi Dr. W. T. Herring of
Georgia that it was impossible to
I ;-eeze a fish to eleath. but he was not
fully con vine'e-el and elecieleel to te-st the
tr ltter. He trie-el it, putting two young
carp iu a jar and allowing it to free'.e
almost sol ill. '.xcept about a table
spoonful about the little fish. The fish
did not seem to mind it much, anel a
soon as the ie-e thawed out they swam
around as lively as ever.
A I'rosreiislTA OitT.
A judge in a rough-and-ready but am
bitious town, hail oecasiein, or thought
he hael, to comment severedy upon
the heinous cr.me of horscsteaiing.anil
tiiunele'red forth: "For century after
century, that dread com.manel. 'Thou
shall not steal,' has rolled along the
ages. It is, moreover, a staneiing rul?
of the court, if not yet a by-la w of rr
progressive anel soem-to-be-ineor
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etrTi Kirr iTiuaracce-Companie(i he followinv
.loyal li.ariac-Coni! nr. , at jiryiiLi..
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Un'.'sUi (fc-iomi Ice. Co., Hnilalo, N. V.
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.-":t.f..ii In. to., of Pittphnrh. fi .
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Bonds eif Suretyship.
IKleK KiKim St. Vitclie'l .4 Lymte-'s Work
j itoe-k. Ii!iini, Hi.
f jr c uuic eiur rate-n ; e:ie-y mil iuu re-! jiiu.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
T!.c oM F!re- uml Time trie-el "ontian;ef
Losses Frcmptlv Paid.
STATE SAVINGS BANS.
'.Uce- i'orcfr Fifte-e':. lb street and Third Ave.
S:i( re.ert the Jlol'oe avincp i r.K. Jrzunised 1SV
3 r(r(T IXTtREST .'AID ON DEPOSITS.
eirsranlied ncder State; Laws.
0en.fnm 9 a. m. to 3 - m.. and Wednt-filay an.:
Sat .:r.iay niifhts froinT to pm
PoRxrH liissKR, - - President
H. A. iswiiKT. - - Viere-Presideiit
J. F. UehenwaY. - e'arine-r
P.-rter Skinne-r, W. W, Wd'.,
e". A, Hot-e-, H. A. Alnsweir.li,
e4. H. Envvat-il-. W. H. Ad.-ims.
Audre-w rnber, e. F. Ueme-tiway,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
maiJe for pnva;,. parCr in IteS rsrr'tn
Kpot eif the we-st by the
Orchard State Bank
of OKCUAUD, NEBRASKA.
E. W,rT. PresiUe-nt.
J. t. Diet Cashier.
.V.i'chcll Lytii'.e. Bankers.
J. F. Hooiuion, CanLicr Kuck Inland Nations
e". e'. CBrter. M. D.
'le nry Dart's Sens, Wholcnaie Uror-e-rs.
e eirre-Kidence eilicited.
LABOR. TIME, MONET
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For 'A ashing Machine use.
WARHOCK & RALSTON.
Made from any old photo, pxee-nted in the most
artistic workmanship it
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7 :l.'i p. m ; arrive Rock I'iai.J 4 :&" p. m ii : t
All trains rm d- 11 v exre;.t ?anay.
Ai! pause 'e.-tr-i.ns arrive and le;.4rt C: r.
Free enairr-a-ou T Si;i-.-- -i...wr. p.-j
Islond and Peoria, hotn .lt-i-r. i.ii.".
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L'CH Vl i)SU INFORMtTIOH TOM sr.TT V t-'S !
Tl.-p Plrrrt Route lo arid from Oit. t,", J :'t f-r
oria. La Salle?. Hlolinf, K.k !t!a-id. ta II.L:v
f'avcr.port, Muscatine, Ouuinwa, i-ki'-'a.
M..tn?s, Wtmrrwt, Andubon. Ifarlaa mt-i i
aa. In IOWA ; MInns.pol: .nd S. ra-jl. S
NE..TA; Watertuwn and Ml Falls, la
Ciimirrn, FL Joseph and Kann I'V.v. In :is" - -
Iniha, I.lne)ln, Fuirburr an.l els.ii In .. !.:-A'i.
AteMviii, Ixravenworth, Honor., T r-1. "'' ' : "
A i. l:'.:a. Belleville. Abilene, IV.!ge l ' '
iCAXSAS: Klngfii'icr, EI Henoai.d Jlmen.li-.
l i KllITOHY: Ilenrer, Coleiralo !prit.g : i
n Ceil. OR A IK). T'-.verva new areas "t r'.t
-r. l jirazlt.K lands, affurdb-g the ft ll.::-s i f '- '
oninmnlraliiri to all towns and c'.tl.-s na' "
scrthweat and aouthwaat of CLleio aad W ! : "
Tans oe.tat.ic seaporia.
rZSTIB ULK EXPRESS TRAZSS
.radlng all eompetltora In splenflnr ef tTi::;J
f . . jn luiKTi e":M-'
'-,.n villi A.rv ,uu ...... .
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.ee.e. M m ana ei.MAii.a, ann neiwrru v.
I'.-.XVK.n. COLOUAIiO 8l'KtKUS sr.d ITI U-'-J
;XtS CITY and TOPE K A aii-1 via ;"V-; j
. ust eJass Iiay Coaches, FF.EE r.r.'"i.!;."-';
"Alls, and Taiace Sleei-crs, with IHnP g '
1 ie ciinnectiom at Penreir and Culnra "o N t.r.et
1-erulng railway Hues, now formlLg lie "
TRANS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN FCVTi
iver ".hieh va erbly-equlpped trs!r. rjo ijj
IIIUOrGII WITUOIT tilAMiE to au-i tr -;
. jike Cly. Offden .nd Pan F-ncisco. I" ' j
SI.ANP la also the Direct ana Fav-ritf 1 "t
ir.m .'.anltou. 1'lke'a Peak and all ot!. r !--ci:if;rt3t
i-cnic reaurtaandrlti and nilnlHgalstri'Ila,-',"
DAILY rASr EXPRESS TRAILS
'ram St. Joseph and ana City to and fw
artenv tcwos.cltle- and aevtion! la Soutlwra .
'.-41..W .nd the In.i.ati Territory. a1 ' 'y
.lln. SiCTE fiom Kansaa City and CLirajo i
osrri. Sioux Falls, illXNEAPeiLIS and '
orr...ing rorall points north and northwest
be !akee and the Pacific Coast. -,m.V
For Tickets. Maps, Folders, or desired""
pply to any Coupon Ticket Offioa in the to.'" -r
Canada, or aeldreai
. ST. JOHN, JOHN SESASTIA
' rX,lvvJS S;.-
CMsaio, Ml Island & Pais Hi,