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VOL. V I.
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Bl’RNS. HARNEY COI N I Y. OFl.tæN
'■f ' lie rem.tins (hat she r< Ii ■tit llv
■ixec.’ed to I.hc cpv-.in; ,f t}l(.
Efr¿h- -t of all in Leavening Power.— Latest I . S. Gov t Report
c:i'k<t She w is r»nt im (l >di j»e|v
W. C. BYRD b SON
p r.-i tif at. thix time
r -p •••
P ublishers and P roprietors .
I » J /
•mil in the p c eti e > t 0
Genesis of the Steamboat.
t.'.' cask' ! w:is up'iied T.-.-
tb it th it
1 he first steamboat its * buil* by astonislh d to
D G Kv’e
Dennis I’apin, wh > navigated it
Ose Year (in advance)
safely down the Fulda as long ago that of anv other perniili
HERALD CLUB LIST:
Heralil and Harper's Magazine........... 5.00 as 1707. I'nfertuuately. this pio cotliii. but instead a lox I
Herald and Harper's Weekly
1 tí* p tm . -t
Herald and Harper’s Bazar.................. 5.20 neer craft was destroyed by jealous ’ wt.'ighicg about
Herald and Harper’s Young People
3.75 sailors, and even the very memory was not log of wo >} whi< h gre v
gorald and Alden’s Manifold Cyclopedia, .2.90
each additional volume after Vol. I 55 cents:
of it was lost tor three quarters of C-mm ctieut or th< I isl, hut
IV cents extra tier volume, postage
In 1775 Perrier,another same foreign tree Those prese
«^'Copies of all thealiove works can be ex a century.
ttaiued at leisure in the Reading Room.
Frenchman, built an experimental ii. view of the surprising diseovi rv. I
Eight years lecidt d that nothing should be s dd :
I Publisher« of periodicals are solicited steam vessel at Paris.
io seicl clubbing rates, a copy of their work for
I he casket uas rescaled
Rmcce Cotikliug was a sis .
•ur Free Reading Room—We tile and bind the later, in 1783, Jouffroy look up the iiibout it.
fetter at close of every half-volume, end v-v <1
late ex*QoVernor llmauo it
»epies bv advertisement.
Sex :umrr of New Yo’k S ir «
pin and Perrier and built a steamer I the interment t< ok place
What p u t of a th h s line t! e
A DVERTISING RATES :
Mr. Morse and Mrs Aldrichoon 1 beautiful wmnan of stately carriage, ('nd < f a book ? l iie ii o is
which did good service for some
SPACE 1 wk 2 wk j 1 mo 1 3 mo J 6 mo 1 1 yr time on the Saone.
The first Amer firmed the stateinedt that th s storv blue eves, ami with filiéis c1 iseled
r\ ( -
1 inch 41.50 $2.50 »5 00 ‘$N ’X) $11 00 $15.00 ican to attempt to apply steam to was cu rrent ly be I ie red i ri Thom psoii (enturen
During Senator Cud
3 00 4 00 6 50 12 05 18.00 28.: f.
24.00 10 UU
They each and all asserted ling’s slay io Washington it w a s
4 50 6.00 10 1)0 20.50 32.00 50.00 navigation was John Fitch, a Con Cent» r
U col. r. oo 9 00 15.00 28.00 48.00 54.00 necticut mechanic, who made his thet. they had been tol l it by persimt often said that ’ e and his wife were dead
12.00 Iti uo 28.00 48.00 80.00 120.00
1 - 1 20.00 30 OO 40.00 60.00 110 00 110.00 initial experiments in the year 1785 present a’ the opetiing of the collin i the handsom'st couple in pu >!i<
\\ liv ' hoill.l I tin tot lller not llUVf
.’ Ibriiibi' he can't supportet
Coroner Chivington and
'*r 1 life.
To what extent Fitch was indebted
—-The \\ eh'ome.
Mrs. Conkling was past 60 yems
I to the three illustrious French m. Rolline of the undertaking firm who
Of every description executed with neatness
’ ventors named above we are not it* shipped the body Imigh at the .old at tiie time of her death. Imt it
»nd despatch, a: reasonable rates
N.te Heads, Cards. I'icKets
h< r original beauty to the eml —'1 he
original there is not the least doubt.
WALKED HERSELF T o
T he II eralp is kept regularly on file for re
ference, in the Geo. F. Rowell Newspaper Ad- ' pipe kettle for generating t he steam,
»•rtising Bureau, 10 Spruce st.. New York.
1 the motive power being side paddles
worked after the fashion of oars on
M ontreal , Oct. 23.—L-ii desti-
When is k butcher like a thief
> a common row boat. Io the second tute in San Francisco, Mme. de Jn-
he steels a knife and cuts
Fitch craft the same mode of pro valie stjirterl f g Montreal several
desert i live
Grover Cleveland 1 pulsion was adopted, with the ex
months ago with tk horse and hu.4 iwav with it.
V V un boii
leeretary of state
Waiter Q. Gresham I ception that the paddles wen« made gv.
She reached.’kire last <v. iiing
What i> the liillcieiicc betwecji a
leeretary of Treasury
f” Dr. V> ILLI A.IS’
. John i. < arlisto
I 'cretary oft nterior
Hoke Smith to imitate a revolving wheel and on foot, and i*
.‘ix, p.ims».i%>s i >utcher .*> d a flirt? <Trie kill- to
MEDICINE ( 0.,
•sc rotary of War
Daniel 8. I.unioni
Iseretary of Navy
Hilary A. Herbert were affixed to Jibe stern—clearly pital in a dying co tdi ion from the Idr-ss and tne other d cs-e-« tn kill
•oeretary of Agriculture.
J. Sterling Morton
ami BrockviUe, 0u-
Rieliar.i S, Olney foresnadowiug the present “stern
hardship and exno tire 01 he j mr
Bost master General
. Wilson 8 Bissell
This last mentioned nev. Mme. d«, L’lvaj'e s husband
J N. Dolph boat was the first American steam Idled about a year ago, ami het three
(Binger Hermann vessel that can I e pronounced a ichildien wete also carried off by the]
(W. R. Ellis
It made its first trip to smallpox. Having rd itions hi re, I
D.Sylvester Pennoyer success.
leeretary of State
■ . R. Geo. W. McBride
in July, 1788. But. | she started 0:1 In r journey At trie A San Francisco Pa por
upt. Public Instruction R
J. Ii. McElroj
Í late Printer
Frank Uakei after all. it was not until after the ¡end of a fortnight bar h use ga-c
Would Form an Interesting Addition
) R. 8. Bean. opening of the present ceit’.iry that out, anti from that time the widow
/ Wm. F. Lord
to Your Winter Reading.
’ F. A. Moore
steam navigation started into actual pursued her long walk over the
SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT:
life. In 1807 Robert Fulton (whom prairies and motmtaius until I e
M.D. C lifford
C has . F. H YUE every school child knows was :.n tru t was reached, where she re-ted
A. W. Cowan
,(D> H enry B lackman American), in conjunction with one awhile.
Tint. • • •
S >metim< s she was give 1 I
Robert R. Livingston, built the a ride by train me 1. For fi.od she
W m . M iller
and established a regular depended entirely upon charity,
F. 1,. --------
1. S Geer
J. H. Neal packet service between N ew Y< rd and her shelter at night was as often
under a tree as in a shed or f rm
IS THE BEST PAPER IN THE WEST.
S. W. Miller and Albany.
C has . N ewell
W m . A ltnow was so satisfactory that four new h T cb tin s were in t titers an I h< r
3 itz boats were built before the end of shoes worn out.
Stiil she perce
IIABHEY U. s, land OFFICE:
1811, at least two of them being yered, and w t> I nving here for h r
■ J. B. HUNTINGTON
It fe brimful of news from all parts of the wotM, ami its Literary Department is supplied by the
..H arrison K kllky designed for service in other rivers. home L iiigtK ttil when she hr< ke
d >wn entirely, and was picked up foremost writers of the day. In addition to its great news and literary features,
IT GIVTS TO EVERY SUBSCRIOER HIS CHOICE FROM TWO
in an unconscious condition on the
Is Dr. Graves Alive.'
MAGNIFICENT WORKS OF ART,
wharf near the ferry landing and
I’VA REBEKAH Degree No.
! taken to the hospital. Her skeleton
The Examiner’s Art Album,
M»ei»every 1st and 3d Wednesday.
D enver , Colo , Oct. 19.— Charles
Thomps.in, N. G
Consist-' 'of eirht beantif 1 reproductions from masterpieces of tbe world’s gl li
like appearance and her wandering
L May Worthington, Rec. Sev’y
N. Chandler is a retired merchant
the whole collet, ti at bound Iti a handsome bamboo leatherette <3 e|
mind attest her complete physical
Or a b- ::tif tl rep rod action, iu all of its original colors, of the famous histui al
and well to dojcitizeh of Thompson
A O. f. w. Burns Lodge, No 47
and mental breakdown.
paint in 22x28 inches,
»etievery 2d and 4th Thursdays
w. Y. King, M. W
on Tuesday night, in company with
Columbus at the Court of Ferdinand and Isabella.
J. W Sayy, Rec'd.
Mrs. ('oiikline Dead.
Stephen Morse and Mrs. Ida D.
Am! beaMr* nil thK THS E ZANTTMER * ’1 thj» ymr distribute snion j its subscribers 9,000 Pro-
It RN-O n IA HONOR Lodge, N o . 8
tp ! urns,
egating in vah.r t. ..up'
t'm • * ,135,000. This Is Lie fourth aanual <h»tribt>
Aldrich, his sisster. both also from
lion, and the lisi of premhtms ;. I
th in ever before ofTcnl Remember that
" everv 2(1 «nd 4th Monday.
Thompson Center. Mr. Morse and
these prcniiuniaentail’ ru'’?
•». •> . ■■ f<> t
• t:, < <b»’r whale*-» r. They ;• < »* ab><,lutcly free.
Mrs A E YoungC of H.
The cost of the WEEiiLY EXAL . -R, lui» -*’ r w. h these tua^uiÌAceul ptuuuuua otic;», is
his sister went westward yosteday Rosen- Conkling, widow of the late
M "ARNEY LODGK. No. 77. t. o o s .
* p "i1* '
e 1 *owe nail, every Saturday, forenoon, and Mr. Chandler left for
M, R. Bigg, N. G.
I’ueiileat 12o’clock ye* terday noon. afterneon at her home in this city
Me-t." ARNEY l>o«’T NO. 4M, G. Á. R.
While in this city Mr. Chandler She had been failing for some time, its reffular -rpti -’i price. G**t the full pnrti Inrs of this grand ofFr-r ft’ - i t . FT ?.f
■ ’ .n’a Wdd’ f JÌ!1'1
i )our hat*
He but her illness did not assume an S.xirt .i I g* 1 < .1 aiu M*t, whi< h we can Mifpp'.y to y
A" Cu,nr“<” told a most remarkable tale.
master <>r N'.-Wvd* d*r. Then, bar:-'4 <.-"n-»i b?rrd th r- tier c 4’1 on us a ’ 1 -
averred that when Dr. Thacher
i / a . a -1-LY EX Az**.aud yuur boxue paper, aud ► r.. - •oi the cuoV
Grave’s casket was <
1 _ „
4 U. • ..
»z.ui. tn i.l in<r
V. 8. MAILS.
cemetery at 1'hompson Center the Mrs. Uonklina had been unconscious
«nass— valk :
widow was appealed to by so many for the past 24 hours and death was
* Maresand departs daily,
bovhoi.d friends and relatives of painless.
»«warts daily, exeegt Sund.y
the deceased to allow them a view
PLBLISHKD EVERY, WEDNESDAY
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THERE ARE MANY REASONS WHY
W eekly E xaminer
$1,53 OHLY $1.50 PER YEAR $|,50