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REPUBLIC, SATURDAY EVEXIXG SEPTEMBER
31887. .ul r.-- - $&J- - ir - MAKY JANE'S TRAVELS. 6HE WRITES FROM CHARMING PAL LANZA, ITALY. Trouble at Milan In tlmlinr; at ramou PalutlnKHuiurllilnc AImmiI Aui?rirns Vhu Ar lrlli; llrfMi.l Th Lka f ltlyllow Coiiiu it NamtMl. HVial (Vnp uJViuv Pjlixanzi, Italy, Aug li I 1 n t know exactly the izj of the ignorance 1 unlmni ily wear, but lam live to eonft tint until 1 bought my ticket to this place I ih-mt heanl of it. It u a charming place, too, mii ruunJcil ; hitor3 and ljeautifulMviur ami Miiiiiner rwort-, anJ siu m cIom to IaUc Mapgiore that the foot uf tbt trtt ks Jitou hangs ever into lb water We came hoivtotake a little breathing eU IVforw getting into or onto that titligvnce to rule sirt the miles over the Alw, becautt Imm on J the Aljw lies 8itserUnd To recur to the subject of ignorance, vre bad a manifestation of u m Milin, which fivn ow the courage to acknowledge tl at I never heanl of Pallanza till row At our hotel 111 Milan, which was in sight of the cathedral, I found it neossarv to nW one of the English akiu men in the office the til rection to the other great atti action of the city, to wit: "The Iit dipper, " a rmture familiar b copies to etr innlu school scholar in America S in an off bund, mat ter of course war 1 vtid to him Where i I-ouanlo da VmcVs picture of The Last Supperf M "Mcinf said he, with a tnenn centi no in terest. " here's Ia Vinci's Iat Sui'perf n tlnnk Ing be hadn't understood me. Da Vinci Da VmciT ha rvpeatl ques tlonmgly, as be scratched bis head thought fully. Yes," said I, "Da Vinci' 4Last Sur-i-er a famous picture; don't you know w here it iT Jo mem, I n er heanl of it. Excuse me, 111 call up the head wait r n Then he called up tb waiter, and as that worthy gae me tbe pi per directi mhe stood by in very evident satj J act ion that the hotel was so well equipjied for tbe Urn-tit of it guests, and with ne er a sigh for his own cul pable ignorance By the way, the English speaking waiters, or waiter, for there is often onh one, with which nearly every continental hotel is pro Tided, are the mt valuable men m the en tire establishment, and are sujenor to rn of their class in America The) know nearly as much as the prevalent American hotel ilerk thinks he knows, and whtn X hate Kiid that, what more comprehensive coinplnne.it can I pay thenif From a railroad timetable to the price of a hairpin the know eei ftKitof the way ; and thej are as comersaut Uh an art catalogue as with a mil of fare. Eery one-tougued American on tbe continent is under obligations to the waiters, and I gues the waiters are not sorry of it. Neither are tbe hotel proprietors, for tbe guests pay the salaries, or words to that effect. My Let Supper" experience remind me of a story which I can net touch for as I can my own. A rich Amen:nn over here from Chicago oeing tbe sights met a friend in Ml lau who had s;ent the "inter in the cit Very naturally, the friend made inquiries as to what tbe visitor bad taken in during his urban and suburban rambles. "Have 30U seen Da Vinci a 'Last Supper r n he asked early in his catechism. 'Well, no," replied the Ch.cagoan, regret fully, I can't say that I bat e You see, I've been so confounded buy chamg around after art and that sort of thing I hatetfthad a chance at a meal of victuals except what I go alike hotel X ngytumeba a oat give an- "rTl next MMon, will wr -fi tMiHnlrfl ,..! i r .4C-V JfcjKocf. ;Lajt Supir" i an Jt (O - . " J. MBBHM. " -V. 4i o ju.a.i .-srs' TJickef v.ct Ihrmtrt trfl nriea,lifc thai on Americans, even if they le true, for it brings tbe nation into disrepute, but' I bold tothecontmry and will proceed with another The cemetery at Milan, which, b tbe wa , Is a very handsome one, is called, as in all Italian cities, ''Canipo Santo" (' Camp of tbe Bainta," Dickey says it means), and every body who goes to Milan geU out to see It, Tbe day we were there we met an American lady wearing a diamond ring on th outside of her glove an 1 very willing to talk with out tbe formality of an Introduction "What en umbrageous spot this is she aid to me after a few questions of identifl cation. 'Yea," said I, tryn g to think what um brageous meant and wondering if she feigned Boston" after her name on the register "Beautiful, she continued ; w it h t he excep tion of the one at Genoah, I think this tbe handsomest Sancho Panza in Italy." I concurred with great unanimity, and turned away to pn? ent Dictey from cooling to death ou a haiidLercbKf she had stuffed Into her mouth. But this is hardly a narration of travel, and right on tbe heels, too, of a trip from Como to Pallanza, than which for a da) a journey there can le none more anouslr beautiful in all the reihn of nature If I could transfer a patch of tin portion of Ital, about 100 uuls square, to some ,H)int in Penn sylvania, equi-distaut from New York and Philadelphia, and have the cop v right secured for five years for excursion privileges, Pd have enough moner at tbe expiration of the time to live like a Pullman palace car jwrter "We float through a picture for the first twenty-five miles on LiLe Como. then by rail far up the mountain to the clouds, and down again to Lake Lug-mo, then by steamer between the shadows of the grim, gra mountain rnst little tillages bleeping b tbe water side, thence rail again through gorges where a tossing, tireless ream throw ssilier lace on every leaf and flower that dares to show its colors on the rocks, anl last we slim along Maggiores dark green wives, whose deep foundation toues lie full 2,000 feet below tbe level of tbe ea and "Eat a table d bote at Pallanza, painted red by an Italian sunset, interrupted Dickey, looking oer mj (-boulder. In the oft twiligh , acconqAmed by a nightingale m tbe oleander trees bytbeshore, I listened to Dicke in rapturous girly elo quence telling a Baltimore new?pater man of the beaut of the Italian lakes, and just alout tbe time I thought three might be a crowd, and bail given mj skirt-s a prejwiratory shuf fle prewous to quietly stealing away, fche asked him bow LaLe Como had received lU name. This was m the nature of the dry de tails of hitorico-geograpli. so to speak, and I remained to glean a fact or two. "It is a retry stoi), but a tragic one, be aaid, fixing himself in an easy osition, "and I shall onh be too glad to tell it to jou Away back jonder, before tbe mountains ware gra, there lived in a castle on the shores of tbe lake at a ncrrow point the Count Trnttorii AUergo, a nobleman, rich and powe-fuL His daughter, Meicena, a lovely girl of Is soft Italian summei, was hi only oomvamoii, although their associa tion coald bcarcelv bo railed companionship, for bewabdark and stein, and she was all light and sweetness. The count was an am bitious man ainl he had a long cherished ae tire that his daughter should ally herself in marriage to tbe great Louse of Calzioleiia, and the twofamihes thereby form a combina tion which would le well nigh invulnerable. But Merceria, woman IiLe, w,is willful, and instead of thinking of tbs (tomp and iaiioply of state, and the. consummation of loft) am bition, she had let her ) oung heart, all uufet t rel, go rumbling over the green hills about the lake, and on the farther shore a ) oung herdsman, Henrico Dobenichino, ha i placed it forever in thrall "And Merceria was happy. But her falLer knew it not Da after dav, as the sun wtnt down li it golden letl to rest and the long sha lows stretched their arms across tbe lake, Meiceria came to her trusting place hear tbe shore und called atixfts the waters to Henrico, und Htn ricw alw a cauin Ule wineatH li Hit )Oung loer, tut a orm i 111 tbe bud -On e eiiiiiu MnvenaV futlier Ueanl her oic, anJeretbemglit lial fallen li knew alL -Lale a iM annual rage.1 lje tiii-e hb hair and Mtu-meil alnt the i-Htle p-oun.l", but H)'.e not to Xhioiii Ami ulie not not uli it was tiii "Hut the nit-1 count laul hw plan, mxl the next eeinng he wiin Hifteil near the trjt niR jihu-e. w. hiiU ful to him, in hir for hi Uatlhtel " Vt Hvt the came, oftl a the ile fills upon the llowei. ami thtie was that s.uile Un her face "huh unit angel anil liable ear Mie looViil acuvt the nbbonof blue waiers, anil liuLiii a tin in!iii.t of. her jintt liaml, healleil to llenrn-o "'Ciimeoxer' (Vtwourl Comeoerr "1 he count jieereil through the lene foliage ami cnalnl hi tei-th "Comeoer' coineover! comeoverl came apuu fivnn her hji themUer riusic "I he count ciune from hiihiJiui; iWce, anil lthtenlth tlval hociept up U bin 1 lite 111 noceut. unuiie ting hiUL "Comeoverl Uomeo 1 Comeo !'" "The count' iron lliiRt ! sunk deep lnUi the soft, hlte thriMtof Sleivena, and her call wa throttled but the hv tivikltup and soundeil the lat jotes like n wall " Cotn-ol Coi.1-0' C.mi-o" the repeated a Mrnvita li in her hlte roU-sdiad bj the bore, and when Henrico fojnd her there the iruel count i-tood b and lauhivl hi e"ef to com, but not for Ioiir "Henrico view him, and for a hundred ears eai h evening as the Mill went down thr mi-tj forms roe from the valley, and, mctinuiB as the wind, the fnghteneil hep benls heard the words, 'Com-ol Cotn-o! Cin-o' "And that's bow the lake got its name " 11 Am Jane A NATIONAL SWISS FESTIVAL. The Great Tat riot le lelrbratlou at the City of eiieva. sjiecial Ct-rresiHin lence 1 Pauis, Aug 1" TheSwivt have a grand national festialnt Genea exerj jear Tlii yeai it was celebrated with greater etlat and enthusiasm than eer before Eer day brought fresh an i ah from Helgium, France and Italj lUnqueta and itriotic cerenio mesofeverj description filled tlie days and tbe mghtJ. too The armal ami reception of the Federal authorities and tliploiuatic con" were the puncipal dail eents. The reception of the pn-idnt of the Con federati m and the diplomatic corj an n met is pawl ion wa an iniismg ceremonj. i In the great procession, ne r the bend, were Hilli.im TII and hi mhm, jei-sonatJ bj their countrjmen There were banners of thecintons, m irkers in rel costume, differ ent societies of ttudents en costume of the middle gvs, immleit of the election coriS officirfcof the national assembly, callni the laiHlwtht. grmnaftic societies and astxia t4nmof hhooters. MMBaBhUiariaaaaJaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBBBBB,iatf At tbe Cantine everv evening were hjan- qtjeteaa which fixm ..OOO to C,0(X) people as sratbkd. In Ae center of the pavilion, ou a raL-ed platform, were the orators; behind them an orchestra. All tbepeople fraternize Rank is laid aside and pure democrac) pre vail. The presidents, the diplom ts all join fi-eely in the lopuhu joy and clink their glasses with the most modest citizen ol tbe republic. Beside this fane "spectacle there w ere other scenes less imposing but not less original ai d interesting For instance, evening at the Jautine The bai.tmct is over, the toatts have been heanl, and when tome one gives, u rough tbe legeudar) t rum pit, the famous irto the sound of which the patriots of a oimer dav an to resist oppression, all listen religiously, leaning on their arms as hi tho time of William leli. A. Dr.lMMEK. A dozen drummers accompany the shooters from Benie Sujieib m their French uni fcrin they alt have faevs of astonishing en ergy. Meanwhile the) m untalned their mill Tidualitv, appearing rather to be citizen armei than regular soldiers. The olserver fieesiatbein fathers of families rather than wariiors. And then there is a secretar) tbe bo) who marks the tut gets in his red and white costume He is one of the mdiien sible f unctiouai ie cf the orguuuatiou, '(.ruiHlUtlier Clock." The author of "Crtndfuther'a Clock" dieelretttitl) ii UnhirMt) hospunl, Lon don 1 he S"OUk better known than the writer uf it, a Mr E. C JhVrtrand, ulio tried again nn! agim bnt nctr after ward taught the public t.istc He was nn actor, a theatrical in mager and a drama tist. Why "Graiitlfather's Clock1 should have become such n favorite in the streets Trill ever itiiuim a mjstcrv There tlwHVs is, a (Irandfather's Clock" for the butcher bo vvTth which to U guile his time as he goes his rounds As ho, gen erall) been tbe case with these music hall ditties it was the publishers who made n little fortune eiut of the th nice mkccss of "(randfather's Clock, not the author. New York Sun Sanitation In Key et. The people if Kt) Wtt are stid to Iks to blame for the yellow fever getting a foothold there They refue to put in any Bewerage, elnuk the wort kind of water w-thout filtering, and the buck yard of every house is used as a receptacle for slops It w ill Ik a costly lesson to her be fore fche is pun tied. Brooklyn Eagle. Eighty eight persons were summarily executeel near Sh uuhai, recently for be" longing to secret societies It we Inve but a erut of I in ml r. should insist uiMiu feervinjjit iroperly Christ n n Held Ovtr 1,UIN.000 flshtiolcs nre immrtcil uto thlM counlr.. .iimuallj b one lirui hS&lm lib M m 1M "" iff Wfas-J Jlf' Till- NATION'S DEAD. SOLDJRS WHO PERISHED THAT THEIR COUNTRY MIGHT LIVE. Something ilioul tho ldier Ceinetrrlet at l Ui-turE, New Oileani hii1 Othrr Ioliit I lt f NtttloiiMl Criiifterlei. The Itluv And tlt (rM. sj,ial tVrtreiH-niI. no' VlCKsBLlUJ, Aug .U On Fame n t lernal catnpuif ground Their M't nt tniiiarepnal, Aulgln nnrduith jealuiin rauud The In iui of the dead Ihib erse fionia Confelerate generals Mem i cast m bntnz. and t up with other Imes of sunilar s ntuneiit in eihtv one na tiounl cenu telle where sle p thtre who died that under (mhI, goeriiiueut of the o. le, b the pe-ple and fn the -.ople might not I iwi fixwii theeailh lhe laigitcimler miiutallHil ) the goeilinunl is hi re at the J thief citj of the Kioti state There are H,ti-W hendstonesan this gix-at a.v mbly of AT MCksBtnO lv7 the dead soldu rs that have sta kel their arms and stirrenderetl to the final conqueror. I One of tbe pnncqial I attires of Vicksburg u this vast cemetery The rough and ragged hills which form a pail of the bank of the Father of Water hv been fashioned into a plne of profound leiutv and tmpresMve- I ness. Forty seven acres are inclosed, m the improvement of which the gov ernment has extended more thnn ,Vifmo Ten men, i under charge of a supei in tent lent -a private oldier from Ohio ire contantlv em plajeil in keeping the groun Is in order On the most elev ated point stands the monument, ( or what is left of it, original I) erected on tbe Iot where Grant and Pemtiertou arrange! for tbe Mirrender of the cit) afttr the long and temble siege Helic hunters had so deface! it b) i hir ping off pieces that to save it from utter destruction it wis removed to thecemeterv and a cannon sulMttuted Be low us sweeps the mijestic river, but since tbe siege it avoi U the town and strike tbe bluff a mile or so lelow tbe old landing 1 he former ted of the river i now a lake, and where the great guntxiats laj an t belched fire and destitution into the devoted citv i now a liank of sand coveted with a growth of coarse grasses an I undei brush All around the city are signs of combat. Such ar, smh waste, bin. h fier) tracks of dearth Nature, however, w bus) repairing the rav ages of man With the maicusof sun shine am! ram she is smoothing tbeeaith works and idling up tbe i tile pits Iu this Vn.ksbnrg titv of silence, with nore inhabitants than m tbe living city, there are 1J.710 graves marked with bead stones which tear numbers only, the occu pants being unknown. Tbe bones of these unidentified blwjTs were gathered from battlefields, near ami remote, brought here by contract. A price was given for each, and negroes scoured tbe country for skele tons. It is claimed that old negro grave yards were robbed and their contents brought to this place of beauty, and laid side by side with the brave tovs of the nortbland who died in the heat anl dust, in the cold and rain, w ith wounds and with fever, and so far away from home Peace and pity for the soldier, but what of the mercenary who for his pieces of silver practiced such a wicked Imposition Of tbe stones standing at tbe head of eich grave only 3,tl contain inscrip tions, winch include name, company and regiment, an 1 m case of ofllcen the rank At Clialmette cemetery, just below New Orleans, tbeiearo 1J ,iJl graves, with 5,074 unknown occupants The hospital con tributed full share to the known dead of Chalmette, This cemeter) covers fifteen and a half acres an 1 is a part of tbe site of the battlefield on which Jackson repulsed Pack eu ham men and saved New Orleans dm ing the war of 1M2-14. which veut is duly com memorated on the 5th of January, every year, by the opleof the Crescent City. The cemeterv wall crosses the line of earthworks thrown up by the Americans, and on wh ch the cotton bales were placet! to giv e additional protection from tbe bullets of tbe invaders. The location is greatly unlike that at Vicks burg; here tbe groun! i level as a floor, with tbe surface of the river above, tin water kei t from submerging it and the suiioutuliug onuntrj and cit) oul) b) a mei-u wall of earth, there tbe white headstones are scat tered over hills high above the swelling floods, here tbe eye sweeps up and down long row, tweutv four in number, each a half mile m length, m uli twelve miles of graves; in both shell retails and walks, and flower bods and evergreens artistically arranged. Tbe roses and tiees aie fragrant and the beavv foliage tlreops a if in everlasting sor- jrcw. the thick leaved umurosul live oaks, the beavv trailing deters of the vines, tbe magnolias and m) riles, the light swa)ing banners of the moss, all landing low as if m l f uncial mourning Xear In the Cualmette cemeter) is tbe tall shaft built in livVi hv cou- gtvs in honor of Jackson's v 1U01 y. It shows I CHAUHETTK CE11ETEBV., NLW OHLEAH. the effects of time, the brick foundation is moldermg an ay. tbe interior stairway broken and dangerous under foot, and a year oi two ago the top of the mat ble pile was knocked off by lightning Th neglected monument 1 stands in a rice flel i, inaccessible during the growing season, owing to tho water, and from lightseekers mutely buplorvs the ias.sing tribute of a sth. The total itumlier tf inteniients in the various national cemeteries reach tbe gnat figures of SO.SJl, of which there are 15,,U7 known whiles and 119,415 unknown, colored known, 13,0f und 0,505 unknowu, and Con federate prisoners, -l,0dl Seventy-eight of the eighty -one national cemeteries are under charge of suiieriutcmletit, A list of tbej cemeteries, with tbe number of interments, may bo of interest It H alphaletically as follows Alexandria, La 1 -) Fort Scott, Ks 9 Ahxandna, a. 3,414 Fort bmnh. Ark 1 004 ndersoiiville. Ga 13 717 Fred ksburg, Va b UXi Annajiohs, M I d.474 (tettvsburj, Ia 3,573 Autietam, Md 4,60 Glendale, a . Clfi Arhnguu, a ltt,Ji0 Grafum, a 1 JJri Ball s ItlutT. a -T llaiuptoo, a 4 1M Barrancas, lis liaton ltoui;e, Ijl Beaufort h C IVerl,. J Brouuslllt, Tex 8o5 Jefferson har- racks, St Lums KtHikuV.. Ia Knoxwlle, Tenn Laurrl, 3Id Lebanon, K C4D M7 145 i'JCT Camp Butler.near binupfleld.HU US7 TTKr-rtvUm UlluJutiaM vaahikul. Logan's Crui.s Ituud',, K; OH Louduu Park, Md !, 3(1 Maru tta Oa 10.UU Hujli.Ll. Teuu U'iijl CinpNelaon Nich ulallle, K) 2.5JI! Cave Hill, near IjllliftCllU i. v s 4 i..v.1 Mo.iSe, it KV' MoiiudOt. UN s- NfthilIe.Tenn IMJI ntiliez,MlSH Cllj i'umt, a Cold Harbor, a Conuth, Miss Crown Hill, near Indiana.- hd Cu!ptpi-rr a Cllstrrn battle hVl 1, M T C r-ss Hill, on 1 l,N Citv of Mt tk IaiitilU a 1'ajitiUe, Kj I-hnira, N tinn h Point, N I Flornife, S 1. lurt iKmiLson Fort (tibsou, I T tort Harris-nOa Vt Iatiuuorth hu 0 New VlUauj Ind Nel-rn, t ros IhiUtHihia Pi 1 "Js rclar-lrue a iSt loitllu Im n Miv 1HH Italeiiih N i. HkIi m ml, a I! h k Ktiintl, JIN I15 1 iil 1 JiJ sahbur,, I Mnloh, T.un -i "sun nt uw Tx N ttn Pines, a ! lirs Home t IiriiithtH Io toue Uiver.Teuii icksl urg, Ibs WTihehall, V& AIM i hs Wihuingtoti V 4H WiDihesit r, a. tort Md'htP- u taetteville. rk 1 HO t rltowu, a Virginia h the largest nuuibiritf ieme tene fourteen Vlrvjima, lennes-see and Misisippi. in then ordei, were tbe lttle sLitsof thestniggte Iliedta 1 of the nvil war are not all l ith rel in nationil cenie tcnes none hut those of the vutoi Ttiere are main other drives in the m tith which enfold s ridiers s valorou-i-as tboH fnun the north a 1 1 hanct of wtr Now destitute of alii, talis uiidistinguish d h) the victor s sjiaiie Nt stone t r epitaj hmaikstlu u last resting pi uv Tbe trx .tore tliemelv- with Uli diuinteitcoiinge, nerveil to heioic endurance, and following tbe nglit a (ixl gave tlit id to e the rij,ht No ieiplf ever sutTeit! a preatet tK'itiltv for diawm the swonl liiev jwtreloval and devoted to their taue, ami tLeiot f eaith home they died tmtthlig foi , nn 1 the soil that dr ink up their 11-k1 is w here the) rest sxntt-r blight ross ter the Kravi cf verv slJier, i rou J and lrae, W ho died i t,rav or blue. Who ft 11 Iwiieath thestri;-H and sto s. Or died where aelCoufrlerato bar. To t&j au 1 omDtr) true On eithi r side uf frets lom s line Bnnj bright ent rlowtrs to dee k each shrine. f ask not now what nag ih- bore, ix.au uoi the uniform they wore On each supreme octasioD He know tht bra el) fiunt and fell To i rush n ithsta&d, reit or quell It b Uiou or Inv aiuti, Knd threw their lixe into tbe fraj In froxk i blue or bloue uf gra Nature decorates tbe graves of tbe undis covered dead, Mattering wild Mowers with gentle ban 1 alike upon the ratting places of both tbe victors and tbe v tnquished In lt? tbe women of Columbus, Miss., in iuguiated tbe custom of decorating the graves of their owu as well as those of the northern soldier dead, an event which called forth the poem of "The Blue and the Grav. badly, but not with u braiding Tbe generous deed was done. In the storm of ) ears that ar fading No braver battle was won Under the sod and the dew, Hutting the judgment day; Lnder tbt blossoms, tbe Ulue, Uuder tbe garlands, tbe Gray. Jo more 6hall tbe war cry serer Or the winding rivers be red. They banish our auger forever, htn they laurel the graves of our dead. Under the sod and dew, siting the judgment day; Love and tears for tbe Blue, Ti ars and lore fur tbe Gray MoiES FOLSOM. Hulldlug; tu Omaha. Fred Ames, of Boston, one of the sons of Oakes Ames, is putting up a six story brick building which will cost $lb0,OUU. Tbe first National bank building i a seven story gran ite stone and brick building which cost J40, 000, and just opposite this is tbe Merchants National bank of eight stoi ifs, which is to be made of brown stone, and whuh will co4t f 100,000 The Paxton block will cost $400, 000, and tbe Chamber of Commerce on tbe opposite corner is a fine six story building alwMit eomnleted- Just above this an exca vation nas ceen maae in uw unri m s. enf Insurance for a ten story busine&s, bkk which ts to cost $7u0,000, and across tbe street is to be the new city hall and th new building of The Omaha Bee, each of which will cost aliout &Ui),uu0 The Omaha Ie building will be erected by Editor Hoe water Hosewater i an ex ample of )oung men whei have come west aid mide fortunes Coming from Sandusk) , O , be was a telegraph operutoi intbewur de partment during tbe war and was sent west about that time as superintendent of the esteni Union telegraph lines here It was at this time that he bought one-half of the lot upon which be pioposes to eres t his .00,11011 building, paying $eio for what is now worth $G5,000 After being in Omaha some time Hosewater, who is a bright fellow, who thinks for himelf, dropitl into jiohties and was elected to the legislature He was against tbe ring influence of tho town, and he needed a Iaper to bolster up his v lews. With this idea he started The Bee, intending to let it drop as soon as tbe eumpaigu was over. He saw, ho ever, that there was a good owning for a newspaper, and ho has kept at it until he has bow one of the most valuable news paper proertu m Omaha. He runs a morn ing and evening edition and makes money. He lives well and is a man of influence as well as of hkans. In addition to this tbeeity has three other dailies, and furnishes its citizens with as good a ehaiucter of literary matter as )ou will tlnd in the country, estei u Letter. Chinese Hospitality. The Chinese are proverbially hospitable during their festival seasons sometimes to tbe outside baibanans embarrassing I v so The visitor ts ui variably pressed with various confections, some of these colorless and fortu nately mostly tasteless, but of general shnu ness of construction; others many tinted and wormlike, that mv guide asMimi me weie rompOMsJ of tlieeaudied entrails of lats. I can only sny the form of these latter dell-cacie-s bore out the idea, San Francisco Cor. Boston lransenpt. It will tie a novel sight to see an American liorn lv sitting as a !- n. the English bouse of lords. But tbe direct livm- de scendant in tbe oldest son line of the English house of Fairfax is the son of a Virginia farmer lhe other el iy he was driving a mule team in a Louduun county bay field. Chicago 1 inus. -prmlnatloti f Henklock. Mr. Edward Jack, writing about hem - trttr lr Tin Vn l. T mnlu TrmU ' Journal, iys that until lately it has been abundant in Maine and in the maritime provinces of Canada, but ax and Are are fast exterminating it The liability of the tree to Iks blown down ou account of its bushy tops ciues windfalls which sometimes cover considerable areas, over which flrts ric furiously The lateral nx)ts run near the ur face to a great dis j time nnd when the tree is blow u down i they brnu wp large iiiasss of earth In a wiiidf ill the trunks, topi and the dumps of earth brott;ht up by he roots form n tangle through which on 3 can nuke only little process 1 wo days of ban! work were rcquwe-d toget through three or four miles tf a trict Mr Jack was once iu pcctuij New York Sun. The ur's KecllnlnE Chair. So called ta-y Chan's in drawing room cars have gii en iiiM ntors n creit ileal of work Thcv hau tried tu make i chair which mil lit every person's back und failed Ihej 'ilvaa will, for no two per sons ue their Lacks iu the same waj, and there is n wide ariatior. in backs Some persons are iiata.s uuless tho bearinj; comes on their ehonlder blades, others are still more so when it dots inline wikh to line the sin ill of the back supported; others want ctctj square Inch of their backs prissetl on The only way to do It is tn hn e u lot of chairs in the baggage tar, take a templet of every man's back when lie conies in, and pick out one that fits him, then there will bo no more grow hug Chicago Xe s Chaliheite. r i ChattancNiga mtl . l,v . a .paw. 3 Cjf BEAUTIFUL WOMAN. A m A t . rat fell ) tM-fiuMrfcll Ik fl a " "lJ7 t-wii'nl Champlina JTa. M It OUd WW t liquid Petri ia . - B -. Wt Oar wurhwr, J Tlhjr crtti IW mm The Theatrical ProfeesUa. Merit will win and receive pubUc recognition sad pra)je. Fa, ts, which are the outcc me of ftrneral ex perience, growloe through years cf crltkal and practlcml tent, tiecome as ntej anil ImmoTubleas the rock of Gibraltar in futile pinion, anU hence forth need no further guarantee as to their genu Inenesa. The tmllputaUie fatt tliat Swift s SpedOc lsthelestt UkkI juriflerln iheworlJ, U one of these Imniovahle Gibraltar itsk fact of which we have uokea,and every lay experience mot this con vlctloD deeper auddtfrperlu public optuluu. t.Try dans of our people la Anit-rica and In Europe, everr trade, calling and jrofemion. Including' the medical profeashm, have U-rne Toluniry tesH mony to the remarkable virtues of 8. 8. &. uoA 1U lafalltble emVacy lu curlotc all dlwuwi ef the blood Tbeae testlmouUL are on file by the thou and, an'l open to lae Inspection of alh Aowoome, unsolicited, two disUngTilhe! inemlers of tbe t heat lical profession, who Kratefullj testify to the wunder ful curative yu.ii n lea cf tbe 8pvcftu: n their indl (dual rases. Their testimonials are herewith sub mitted to tbe public without further comment let them speak for themselves. The huly Is a memtr of thefanMos Thalia Theatre Company, of New V(rk. and formerly f the RM lence TLeatre, Berlin CJr many n 1 of MrVKkersMock company. cf CThlcatfo The irentleninn U a well kuown member t f the Sew York Thalia Theitre t omr any. Both are well known lu theatrical circles la this country and la Europe. Charlotte Kanilow'i Tear I many. New ork. Ma 3.1C Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Ga. . Gentlemen Ilvlnjc N- n annoyed with pi m pica, eruptions and ruukbne f the skin, from had con dition of my U mj1, f( r more than a year, I used a leadin preparation cf sarsaparlllaandoUieradTer tlaeil reniedie to no effe-t. Then I consulted a prom inent physician and ttnn hi treatment received no benefit. I then concluded to try the 8. S. S. rem edy for the l.looil an. I fire e r lx packages, by a thorough eradication of my trouble and restoring smoothness to my skin hare made me hat py and I cheerfuilv jrive you ihl- tsttiiionUt for such u Mud publicity as you wish to make f It, CHnLOTTF IU3TDOW, 1M Bower, near Canal tlureet. Has; llaasarrra Teatlsnany. The Swift Sclflc Company, Atlanta, Ga. : Grntlemen For two years I had a severA case of eczema. Iusl iarfHatsuIphurfcoai andTartKu other remedle udJwu preMrttNsI fur by numbers of physicians, but found no relief At last I deter mined to try tbe &&. remedy, an 1 seven or eight Unties have thoroughly relieved me. and you can us this oertlflcatt) In any manner you wtah IKoo HtHKUL, Member of Thalia Tbeatra .New Tork. May 3, 1-rTT. Treatise on Ulttod und Skin Diseases mailed frea. Tub Swiit Srtcinc Co, Drawer i. Athuiia, Ga. You Carry A whole uudi me che-t in your iocket, with one box id Ayer's pills As they operate directly ou tbe stomach and IhiwuIs, they indirectly aileet every other orau of the oVsly. When tba stomach is out of order. attexted, jjggHX !. TT. titt no vent bed, and vou fall an Mli JI. E liuylf.'uf Uillit.turre, I'a. put't the w hole truth in u iiutliell, Hhen ilie-aji: "I use uu other uietlii-liie than Aer's rills, lhe are all that am oiu iirctN. and just sjtleudid lusato iii'.iicj in dDttors' bills " Here is an instance of A Physician who hut hi mptliune client, but, harln at hand a bottle of Acer's Pills, found hmi'-olf fully t (implied J. Arriiou, M I) , of S in Just, Cal , w rites: "Soiim three jears Ho, bi the merest arcitleut, I uus foned, so to speak, to prev.ril Ajtr's Cathartic Pills for several sit k men anions a party of engi neers in the biern Xeada mountaius, m inedKine t.het having been lost in crusinf; a mountain torrent. I was surprint and delighted at the action of the 1'ilN, so much !o, indeed, that 1 was led to a further trial of them, as well as of your C'herrj I'e toral and Sarsapa rill i I ha e nothing but praise to orfer in their f ior." Tidin V. ISrown, M. D , of Oceana, W. Va , riti s. " I prescribe Aver s Pills iu mj prii tn e, and tind them excellent. I ure tlu ir general line iu families " Tt II istin-s, M. V , of Baltimore, Md , untts: "That Aer's Tills do con trol and cure the complaints for which tin are tit signed, n as conclusUely pro en to me a.- ail thing lossibI can be. The are the best cuthartlc auI aperi ent within the reach of the profession." Ayer's Pills, FRErARKO BT Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co, Lowell, Mats. Sold t all Drujirtsts. ARE STILL TKIUaniAM! For fifteen year, they navesteadlly rained in favcr, and with sales constantly Increasing have become the most popular corset through out the United states The!) Quality Is warranted to wear twlceas lone as ordinary corsets He have lately In troduced the O and K U grades with extra long waist, ana vtecanrurnisntnemwnenprelerrea. HlKhest awards from all the world's great fairs The last medal received Is for first de- gree New eot merit. from the lateexposltlonneldat ew Orleans While scores or patents have been round worthless, the principles of the (Hove rlttlLg have proved invaluable Retailers are authorized to refund money. If. upon examination, these corsets do not prove as represented For sale everywhere. Catalogugefree on ap plication. THOMSON. LAXfilWN t CO., N. T. ."Wk.nlie -a-tlT, tuie.i e., in 1 hat g rn .iMutt tiamciul Wuu. t I i?hiiv nciM '. 15. 1. 6ht "I f..pr i. Ihr ythl ant n r a amo the leajisf Sl. . meat! m A 1- SU1TH li . II r I n Svl IW I) n. c -. . SI ttl - S if V vVwfPT MBT Ll'lW viwwW VUJVEFTTT .BsSjSxsBassavS 2W MMStrleur. E3 wrda.i7i.jtb. Ejltnn KsriisICi SSBBm. e.TnclDnAUJbswawl WHEN YOU BUY YOUR Boots and Shoes OP GEORGE C. HANCE & CO. N"o. 14 "West Main. St. You are always sure to get value received for your money. Big blow and high prices is not our motto. . aTTevrlaTbo.jnl Trial ."aracMKw niiwi ! MTILIUIltinrwhnntiiin n full nm iz.cnttoTsrerarearfiradtohcaiJi.bT lmg! ..SSS& SEMINAL PASTILLES, A IladicalCcnfor ZicrvoasDebLU.Orru iitsAks(iaTiiPkvf f ! TAMivlnVnrTf?( laxe4Ma, Tensd fori irhtlean fa aTd aa4hmkvi dovn man tithfU ojormeotef tftaodfaU MMUrEtrwneth and ioroaa Peal ti. To l tto4 whaml?ir fnni the Ber obeearvdiMaan rrmhtaxiit tr InfIineTtlaa.Lxi(Qn,(Mr-e.nla 7oa,ortoofra JadaUraca.wskUiaToaaiitoa Sr uvu m iH th uw t of yrnr troabl. sad aarsrv lAlrArKAO".y,"-w,vh J'lost'd rainpUata. RUPTURCO PERSONS can have rvi LAKE CHAUTAUQUA, THK POPULAR SUMMER RESORT. Directl on the main line nf the NEW TOhK, PENH. & OHIO R.R. X. Y . I. K JlW- K. K. Co . Lessee). Midway It el ween Cincinnati and Sen York Highest Xaraganle Bdj of Water on the Cootiaeat. l.'iO'i Teet aboe the Ocfan and 721 feet alxne Lake Kne. diMant seven miles. THE CLIMATE IS PUHE AID IIIIGMIIIG. TheUkeis twenty milfs tonic and from one to three miles wide akewuod, Huvanna. (Irlffltn's 1'ultit. Uemua IV-lul. bay lew, KaeQ3W(HKl. Martha's V tneTrd.Cbautuuua Point . hautau'iua. Lju Point. Maple prlDes and uolluareiDiii the iliiTerent resorts od the Lake, patronized by the summer visit ors There are tood hotels at every point. 1 he Famous Chaatauqua Ass mbly lias Its headquarters at Chautauqua Lake. and convenes lu July aud Auu4t ol every ear One ot the most popular resorts on tbe lake U ILlAJECBWOOID. Here all passeceer trains of the Xew York. Pennsylvania and Ohln Kallroad stop durluic tlieseasoK.lt betni;thethaiitauua Laketa tion, and the distributing polot lor the entire lake. Ihere are two lintels at Lakewood. both of Immense size aud capable of accommodat- llii: nre nuinmjuaU.-eth. .Numerous tJlautlT Plline the Lake, inir visitors to all points, those in search of a pleasant resort to spend tbe si.m nier months cannot And a more convenient or deliiihtful place than Lake Cnautauuva. KXCUKSIOX 11LKCTI3, YlaN'en York, Pennsylvania and Ohio Rail rnad.are on sale at all local stations and at stations of connecting Hues from June 1st, trood lor return uuttl October 31st. J II -lULLK.ilen -apt .Cleveland. 0 L ! KAKMr.R (ien Pass Aut . Xew ork. A K t,HKK.Asst..en. Pass. Aitt . Cleve land. Ohio E-1STWAHD. UCILT. .No 4 Morn'ic D11LT. -No fcv'nis 1 tm'etl DAILY No li. Atlantic Li press 2 li'pm 10 Sipm U 4i pin 1 oupra 2ilprc 3 02pm 3 lnpm a 40pm 7 15am Central time. mln sl.merthn tlnciiinati time Lv prlnKfleld . -r ouncstovn " Jleadville- ' Cornr " lakewood .. " Jamestown Llm e2 . l'J n S Cam b Vam " 7 l"am 0 JOaro 8 Vm 10 pm 4 ltpm 5 40pm b 4.ipm 7 i'pm 7 4opii 7 5Upm 10 40pm 8 4pm copia . v ftiam . 10 0'am Vmri Uullalj Salamanca cwork Pullman's Fittest Coaches on all Through Trains. r judicious adviktisiho is tmc RtT.TOKt TO SUCCISS." The H. P. HUBBARD CO.. ARK I JuoiciouAovcTiiiacciTaBO CXPCHT. OCSISNtRS. EHORaV US1ND ELtCTOTVPC. NtW HSVIW. COWH. 1 1 . . BvlMaAnalVAnSlirrth J I fcuv.. r ..WW w . . r I rat Bias, wrvicw 2.oe.AK .cue Boon 'OrLtmotmtl HXW..P.HB " ." . - h u.Brrvnan. ' rTvi iii.imo"'"""," fir COMtl.N.Olt( SOLlCITtO ,vs I '. .. MHO NOW ... ,..C "Now to t' ".' " 'Ml " BUSINESS DIRECTORY DENTISTS it. ookTUur, DBSTiL esauiss Kotim5 J -.. vtcneii uioak A.LKWI8, gnnn, 8 Cor. Main a-id Market 3t H.NHITU, ssbtss or ACHias tsstm eirrsu WITHOCTniS, Masonic Ttslldl ok. 10B PRINTERS. Hs.LIMiiocKEK.vand resde.PiiDt er. Engraver and Fs!i'onNe -tstloner Weddlngg vvts and cslllrr eard. s Bec,ir I WANT AGENTS sfft MISSOURI STEAMWASKER. To mm an 1 wompnof s ruv ai ii ui'iiUy. sH-jstinti probtableemploymeot lib eral terms will bo g-.Ten. ThW athcr works on a new rrinriplAwtubtuTMlabtir and clotMntf ecormoualr. SarnnlA Mnrnn tnrr. wohs; trial, on liberal terms, to be re turned at my fipense if not satisfactory- $600to$2.000Hr Intrinsic merit msklns it a theonniiosl sin i im. rerywh.rw. Illn.trstedclrriiisrsanlt.rm.frea. J, WORTH Sou M'n.mo F'huin Av St.Uci3,Mh, (Wwfc.r4WlwNSl9l.l.aMnM.ferUlr.BM.am las.sHi atteBsrti4laraMln.TrlaalZJ LOST Mi. Tawthltal laaawss Sfacv. Nrrs-wwa DvMllly J r aswsatwseaserTvrtsiHcin. wits. U.rt HtJUiit Caj.. IS H. litis 84, tiuw.iia.ts. asiavrsu ou imSmZm C"'te,. M) aayVig aMfasavl jrww -xpa' euQtu-i and . moimiFiimt9Atimw4- triB Ta a HUPJt RsauT ihaiHAS LagU laraganda. w us - - tuHi"" . - - - - crlDeonrtswocaiaanj wv foda4 a KtntsAe SMbeal primrtpb. B 4iiw ca.100 to U tnt nf it irstf ItiitinSl Otflai flt sntmutl Ami TW. . faftHHHiifir'lksi tiinii.ii raMMiiiBBii - L. W''"T-' -' I - llml.1 JKKTUaTr-Ciisi.li.TnUm.n. tkn, U HARRIS REMEDY CO.. Wrt t auov Jv.xwiuBtraa.BT'.xiTTrM n Trtalofour Appltanoa. AabifforTarmsl RAILROAD TIME CARD. Fltl.bnrt, Cincinnati nn! St. I-oui. Rail way Cunipanr Fan If audle Route. Under schedule in effect January 30, ISST. trains leae Sprini?held, central standard tune for Xenia. Cincinnati and Ciiluinbus.7 1" a. in ,forl)aton t:l" a.nx. for Xenia and Indianapolis I0-J0 a. m. for Xenn. Cincinnati, Columbus, Indian apolis ami Chlcao. 3-iI p. in.; for Xenia, Iaton and Cincinnati, (5.10 p. in. H Train-. rrne in bptinetield at fT:15 and 10-iU a. in., f 00 p. hi. and rt.40 p. ui. Dail. tl'"y. fxcept Sunday. Sam. Doims, Ticket Atsent 0lUuid. Calambna, Ulnelnnatl aasl lBuanpolU Ballwaj. OLIS BAIT. S NUht Ixpren 12 New York A Boston Ki press ... 2 Cleveland 3t Eastern Express 4 Hew York Limited Kiprets lOaa yjoani 3.pm 45pmi -JJOaia eoiso Ktrra. 9 9l(bt Ixpreta. tl Spg.Cln.l Mes.Ex 1 Cln Klvlnir Bnckeve .55 I TJSam ti Cincinnati k. Indianapolis EiDres.ll.0Ol 3 Cleveland Cincinnati Eipreas IJDpal 5 Clntl.. Ind ,M. Lonls A Kan. Kx 'KM, pal Asaivarioa uar. 9 Sight Express JOiai 1 Ctn 'litu huckeye .7-iam t Cleveland Jk Clndncatl Express 1 Jn pal New fork. Boston A Clref-Ml Bx-136 pal aaaiTi raoa mcth. NUct Exprcs. IJSam t2 Day.M. 'prtniclleiiAccom.fr't 8.:n 12 Nf 1 1 k Jk Uoston Limited v-50 am 2 Clevelai.d hsstern fcxpreu -. X45 pat s Clnclaaatt k Spt 3 "eld Acccm 5-1' pm II New York Lln gapress pm No. 12 has tcrvSvJVperr to New York aca laston w1thoi."SEie. No. Its the famous limited expr -. ed entirely of sleepers, east of nev'n(. tbroocn sleepers from Springfield. Make lew York In J.S tours ana Boston iu 4t hoars. 8. H. KNIOHT. m. . A.t.Ac &eQt "J''tHTIN. Arcane Depot. 9. P A. UsriBll.i4.r. '. V, I'eoo. l)hloK.at. All trains run on Central time 2b minutes slower than city time TaAlSSLKAVK GOISO K1ST. So. 4 Nework Limited, dally 10 23 a.m. " 2. ccom .dMltyeIceptunllay. J,f-p m. Xo. s 10 II p.m. li. Atlantic tx .dally 2.10a.m. TR1SH LkAVX otllst. VEST. Xo. J. Ctn Jt St. Loui K dally 2 10 a. m " 1. Accom.dallyeicejt sundayJO V7 a. m. " 5. at. Louts Lx ,d.uii. 3.59 p.m. Xo. 4 has sleepers, but no chance of cars la either cae throuith to Newlcl. No. 5 has through sleepers to at Louis 1 ree back to trains to al points east of, ana Including north Lentsburic. For tickets to all point and further Infor mation. callon J. I. PHLtbtk. Ajzent.72 Arcade. Telephone call 310. Indiaua, UloomiiiKlfin nod sTestem Radl. way. ASK1VI rioa ORTH. 1 Cincinnati Lipress 100am 5 Sandusky anl .-"prluiifleld Lx . 92 am 3 Columbus Mall . IJopm ARK1VK rROM KAST. 1 Mitht Express '115 am 5 tlncoj'i. :t L Jk Kan. City Hm - id 7 Sandusky Mail !0Sam 3 tblcaeo. st L Jk Kan City Lx "505 pm AKS1VB raon VKST. 2 Eastern Express laiam . 45 a m . 42spm . 245am . 10 45 a m . 5i5pm 4 Ulantic Mail 6 New ork Limited DKrsKT GOISO SORTB. 2 Lakeside Ext ress 4 Put-In ' ay Lxpress 5 sprtnitflela and .sanduiky Ex.. DErABT OOIU EAST. 2 Columbus Express. , IVis aS a m tin 135 205 TlOa 515pas 4 MI intlc .tall Is ( olumbus Accommodation -6 Xew ork Limited DxrsxT OOISCl WEST. 1 Xlcht Express 5 Chicago. St. L Kan. City llm , i Chicago, ot. L. Jt Kan. City Lx. IUhla Vuttliern KallrtMid. SBR1VI l-Boal SOITU. 1 Btlnbrldge Accommodation ... 940am 1 Mall and Lxpress - . IJOpm Incrtxr ooio socth. 2 Mail and Express 1025am 4 Balnbridge accommodation 535Dnx All trains marked run daily, all others dall except Sunday, standard time, which ts 28 mluutes slower than spr ngneia city time M. UEFFEKMAN. O. II ROCHE. Ticket Agent, General scent. THE BEST I EVER TRIED I5WrUTmTlisUiSJlTS0f READ HIS TESTIMONIAL BaLTCMomx. Mdm March H Ml "I ha twra a aaffatw fmm Dy apstpaJe, far roars. I was tndacwd to try Ajfano. anJ after asins; a nambtr of buttlM am ptparvd to aar it k tba beat remedy I havw evar tried, aiid t hav naad asMdmany ItaaetbaTeat4pasaMie in rsss3omi.v-od.aat it to allroffems." CUKISTUV DEVBIES. Of th Chaa. A. oxler Ox SI.FORAOUIRTBOTTLL Aak oai dniaTsriat or Atmkr tew it anal insut upon guux u. Taka no wsUwr SACHS-NtUDEN 4 CO. DAYTON. OHIO. SACllx.pRrDE' filNRER ALE m uU all on th xid. Tke Citil EasIIU PreHs4lsss tires II roJmexs. perma rovrAea, A tntstoTuL imiioffncyandall Dla-I eases caus 3d br self abuse or In- a discretion. On nackazt tl. six is. fnroRi Bt mail rite for Pamphlet. f&fTsal Batwkm Chemical Co., Detroit, Sick. Callon or address Tho. Tn n xrngxtst, orner Main and Msrkst streets Sprinnelsi Oalo.SoleAien; R SWSK iSasrSY' BBERrsaKSS T e r C-tJ 'mz .