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MRS. A, E. HMD,
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Vtlll In ft lew Hays !" j
Millinery, anil DrcssmUfa rarlcrs,
iSr ro)) nux'K.tr sTAUis,
kwh.rcnli will l pt'11
. flinw n New. Kx-
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A H A- N T I E D
Vimtt-m.iutli. Kept. J. I a-smiii.I.
Secure Yourself a
I I O M !
Forty '"' f"1'1 ' '
( klDIMMl TUT.
iV & J. railroad siiors.
A'v tlit- tit y limits uikI not sub
ject to city Taxe.
I- RESIDENT LOTS
n shop man, r any other im.ii, cun
lliis dinner under his own fan-.
lot colli grub from a dinner pail
iu tla'dunty, smoky shops.
fnly three to ten in unit iV walk
from Ins work, Call on
, JAS. 8. MATHEWS,
'AU'vitLaw and-Heal Ktdato Agent
linker's Siore,will.makc terms to suit
is from to $50
liie.or for Cusli.to men tliut will build
No -Tlt fur Speeulitor$ !
.TO., ETC., ItTC,
Of All J)Mcription.t.
I METALLIC BURIAL CASES
Of all sizu.1. ready raude and sold cheap for ea,sb
MY. FINK HEARSE
IS NOW READY FOU SERVICE.
With many thanks for past patronage.
Invite all to call anil examine my
LARGE STOCK OF
sur, riiKTi'Hi: ami covriXH
no. Clark Jr. & Co
Tie Best and Mist Belli
In the wnl, for sale at
as n .j
Z A 3 n
ISh q ig
Wholesale and Retail
fmn. Buggy. Macnin r wu 1 -Mirina.
and general jobbing
r nn.nrd to do all kinds of repairing
rsl!l?fHTm and other machinery, as tliere
ol " N,..l uihe in mv shop.
13 m ft
he old Reliable Wagon Maker
hh charge of the wagon shop.
'Known as a
KO. 1 WORKMAN1.
W axons and BuKCie to
(Successor t Streliht A MHIcr.)
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. . K.t,een roartU and FUtb.
HBOGHI. Bu-lnes. M-a 6er
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J.OS. V. WECKBACH,
OUR DRY GOODS
S'lVlI'LE Dill" GOODS,
LACES -A-rtsTID TH.IMMIISrGS
Carpels, Oil Cloths,
Our display in this line is
In immen.se stock, for the
JOS. "V. WECKBACH.
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CiH. FISAHI & 7tli ST.,
Dealers in all kinds of
ISMMl, MIX FAITO,
LIME, CEMEMf, FLATEM
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sSXSU A. ill II V 'IWWIWS
' 1 1 1 VFor
-ja; pull line of
Collars, Whips, &
J.rG. CHAMBERS & SON'S.
C. B. PARKER & CO.,
LINCOLN AND PLATTSMOUTH, NEB.,
- MAXI'FACTIKEES OK AS1) DEALERS IS
AMERICAN AND ITALIAN MARBLE,
: : -
(iOODS, and tlie most complete
inspection ol the public.
part of elegant
Rugs and Mattings,
more complete than ever,
Fall and "Winter Trade.
And Tinners' Stoci
OF ALL KINDS
FOR SALE BY
N ST. LOU IS, MO
8ale b.v J. S. Duke.
always 011 hand, at
Sdstoiies, Tablets, Mantles, &c
Shop nexir 10
Ssv plat?SS Neb.
rUBLISIIffD EVKKY THURSDAY
The Flattsmontb Herald PaMisMng Co.
LOCAL NEWS. "
Tf CmIIioMc Fair at Greenwood, is
reported an entire success; the pro
ceeds netting the society Rome four
VulpnUnes majority in the third
lUt.rift is reportel bv th cli:iirman
tlie Repiililican State Central coin
tr.ittHHtu bs 133 over Mi.ntfer.
Ir Scliildkiit-clit IniK li'u new resi-n-
in the third ward nciir'y ready
for M rutiancv. It is one uftku nunst
x fiiivfy finihliod houses und
t;riiii.1s in tlie city.
Sum M. ('hitiiuii wiis at Werpinjj
U iiicr !:i,t Momhiy 1111 lentil busiiKss
1 11 en ii i t ion with tlie Hull 11:11 list
In1 Oihl I'Vlluw'o hxle tit ihat pliue
niio Koardnley, for li.'tmaes recti v-
d tvhih- piilliiif up their lo-le htiiiil.
Masons, during tho fine weather,
have becu pushing tho work ou the
Chicago aveuue culvert with all pos
sible speed. If the weather holds
favorable for two or three weeks they
will very ncarls complete the stone
Jennings, Nagle and Strode spent
Wednesday afternoon and Thursday
forenoon ot last week, standing in ice
water over in Iowa swamps and ponds
looking for ducks. They went a lit
tle too late as they woe informed by
tlie geuiul friend of the Plattstnouth
sportsmen, Judge Rector. The ducks
have emigrated to a warmer clime.
The most brilliant display of Aurora
Itorealis, witnessed for some time here,
was on hist Friday evening, when the
entire northern skies were brilliant
for hours. At tiims they would be in
part bright red, resembling the reflec
tion of a fire on the sky, and the lights
traveled over the north Jn ciouds and
streamers, making a most magnificent
Two mer from Red Oak, Iowa,
were iu the city Saturday u:ght, hnnt-
for Haydn, the murderer. They had
heard of Hilly Moulin, s seeing him in
the city ami came here to sec what
could be discovered, lliey s ml ie
norts of his haviujr been seen in dif
ferent localities were constantly be
injf received by the authorities -it
The Catholic fair in the hall last
Thursday nmt riuay evenings was
largely attended, and the proceeds
for the opening of the school, very ac
ceptable. The toilette set was voted
to Miss Weckbach, as the most popu
lar young lady; nud the smoking set
to M. J. O'Reily as the most popular
treulleniau. Tho music and dauciur
was larifclv patronized tmtil a late
One of the heaviest electric storms
that ever vieitod this section prevailed
all day last Fridav, end the Western
Uniou Telegraph office in this city
was unable to work auy wircx iu their
circuit. The instruments cracked and
flashed and all seemed doublv charged
with electricity. Iu Omaha, busruess
was at a stand still, aud the electric
storm is reported through the Uis
patches, as extending from Ogden,
east to the coast, aud l'rem a line south
ot Kansas, north to tiic north polear.d
beyond. The day throughout the
country entire, was bright aud pleas
The 31,000 reward supposed to have
been offered by the Stock Association
of Colorado for 'he enptureof the Min
ccn murderers, up to last accounts
had not been paid. Fouts and Miller,
the two young men who captured Sim
nierniau and killed Belmont, left here
armed with documents from the gov
ernor and sheriff of Kearney county
esiaoiisning tne ract mat they were
the proper parties to receive the re
ward, but for scuae reason the money
failed to materalize. If tlie stock men
of Colorado offered the reward it will
be paid, but H it was offered by one of
the many snide detective associations
of the country, good-bye Mary Jane
Ihe testimony in the case of Phih
iiorn agaiusi jusou i. .Miller was
taken last Fridav iu the otllce of tho
clerk of the district court. G. W
Covell of Nebraska City, and Sam M
Chapmau appeared as attorneys for
Horn, aud Frank Hall, ot Lincolu, of
the fir.ii of Marquette, Dcwccsc &
Hall nppeareJ for Miller. Jacob Val
lery Sr acted as interpreter in taking
the testimony of Philip Horn.
During the crt.ss-c.:imiii:itioii Mr
Miiler concei ved I lie Hon i:c could
question ilif wiiiiess to better rflV
n.ri bis -iIIoi'ikij-. 1 .11! :it tru..-v3 1 or
the plaiuiilf eons ntid to allow liiii
to do o. He lost sight of the ru'es
governing cro.i examinations, and
when Mr. Co veil undertook to"slnH
him oir ho wouldn't sio. There be
ing no court to ruiu tu the matter.
Mr. Miller had things about hi own
way. If t'ae mayor of the citv should
have becu there lie probably would
have read the riot act.
The school board have had an im
mense amount of trouble with the
flue iu the second ward school bouse.
The stove has smoked so badly ttiey
had the flue built higher aud cleaned
out; still it smoked; they put a metal
lop on and still it smoked. Last Sai
urday, they hired a man to go aud
make a careful examination and see
if he sould discover what was wroug;
he claimed to ban; found the difficul
ty, and lied it; still it smoked audou
Monday morning MUs Adapts had to
dismiss the school for want of fire. A
mason was employed to tear the flue
down aud rebuild it; what has been
the effect vc Jiave uot heard.
People who thluk thflt members of
the school board have little to do,
know nothing about it. !
Members of the board are almost
daily called from their business to look
alter school matters. They get uo rc
muoeratiou for their services aud gen
erally roeeWc uvcfc criticism for ev
erything they d- op fail to do, that
docs uot agree with other people's
ideas of the matters coming before
them. One fact we arc pleased to
note, however iu this connection, J
aud that is, our city schools are doiug
splendid-work thic year. We hear
very few complaints; the feachersgeu- ;
orally seem to be giving ood satis
f action and to bp doing goad work. I
Among the good gifts that Decem
ber brings us is Doiuorest's Monthly
Magazine. Th Cht Uttnas - number la
replete with suitable .irlb:lea for - the
season, well written, :-.nd of highly
interesting character. Mic Alexauder
the popular English novelist, contin.
uea her story, "Th Admirala Ward,
and the blunter stones ute vell worth
leading. All th t in ui:.s article
are unusually good, iiicluuh. Jci.i.i.i
June's "Christ man Sermon" in her
"Talks with Women." The article on
Home Art and Home Comfort" will
give the ladies some good I. in;, mid
"Current Topics" are. ua usual, lull of
inteiiKt "The Kitchen" Iuia not It-en
forgottvii. ;ind the "Fashions" uio
carefully allended to. AiU'-iu ihe
foetus is "A Chiisluiaa Dieain." by
Margaret Snnnster, beautil uily iilus-
tiaud. The aitdi pariment embii.Cfa
a charming oil pictute of a Oermaii
lady of ihe hixteeulh ceir. ury, two
tine steel engravine. anJ a meat
variety of other illusti ations. On the
w hole, the Christmas iimiiU r of Ie-
moii si a Monthly Alaxzii e is a de
cided success, and cannot tail to eivi
pleasure to its readers.
Harper's Magazine for December is
exceedingly rich in illustrations and
literary attractions. The beautiful
scenery of the Columbia River is
finely illustiated by Cleveland Rock
well's pictures, the artist contributing
also the descriptive article.
Joseph Hattou contributes a very
interesting article, entitled "William
Black at Home"-full of delightful
gossip about this popular novelist, in
which, indeed, the latter seems to take
part illustrated with pictures of
Black's London lodgings, of Paston
House, his Brightun residence, and of
Under the title of "The Great Sea
port of Western France," Thomas W.
Knox gives a charming description of
Havre, which is attractively illustrat
ed by Reinhart and Vanderhoof.
Mr. Bishop concludes Lis ail i vie on
Southern California with a descrip
tion of Los Angeles, the San Gabiiel
Missiou, Riverside, San Diego, and
Santa Barbara beautifully illustrated.
Two poems by Ilerrick are niven.
each with a full page illustration by
Colonial history receives especial at
tention in two interesting contribu
tions one, illustrated, by the Rov. P.
D. Hay, entitled "Cameos of Colonial
Carolina," the other, by Prof. John
Fiske, entitled "New England in the
Colonial Period." Both articles are
valuable for the pictures which they
giva of social life in the Colonial
Period, but Prof. Fiske's is something
more than this, since it is an admirable
philosophical treatment of the Puri
tan idea and its development.
In fiction, Miss Woolsou's new novel
takes naturally the place in the read
er's interest, and seems likely to hold
it to the end of her story. Black's
"Shandou-Bells" has reached a very
interesting stae of development.
Tcere are three short stories: "Among
the Rose-reots." by a Working-girl, is
a very pathetic sketch, full of mean
ing; Us sombre features find a pleas?
ing contrast in the humorous charac
teristics of the other stories ''The
Singular Vote of Aut THbox," by the
author of "Cape Cod Folks," and
"Tom's Moniment." by Susan Hartley
A scientific paper, "Storing Elec
tricity," by Professor Ilanry Morton,
treats very clearly a subject which is
just now of espetial interest in con
.nection with recent novel applications
of electi ity a3 a motive power.
The editorial departments are well
J. P. Young is now well "planted"
in the new Opera House block and is
fixed up in tip top stjle.
Charlie Skinner is paintii:g anew
sigu for J. I'. Youjig at his new loca
tion in the opera hoii$e blui.U
Quite a large number of Platstuouth
people went to Omaha last Monday
night to heat Col. Ingersoll tell what
to do to be saved.
Mr. James Pettoe has also moved his
music store into the same room and
they now have one of prettiest busi
ness rooms iu the city.
The location of the Post Office still
is undecided. Capt. Marshall the P,
M. has a large lot of fine new boxes
ready to put in place as soon as the
office is located.
The people of South Bend are try
ing to secure the establishment of a
large creamery there. The enterprise
i well worth their efforts. We hope
1 hey may succeed.
W. A. Ktilhhy of Weeping Wa
ter made ihe II EiiALb effloe a pleasant
cull 011 Monday, lie reports the town
of Weeping Water growing ateadily,
TheKeithley Bios, are publishing a
paper .that' the town may well be
p: oud of.
Read our "clubbing list" at the head
of the first column ou the third paga
and see if you can not make it to your
advantage to club some other paper or
periodical with the Herald. We
shall be glad hear from a large num
ber who may want to take advantage
of the reduction thus offered, before
the New year commences.
A boy named Johnny Eavans 19
years old, was killed Saturday evening
last in south Omaha by a runaway
team. He was driving when a limb
of brush struck one of the horses caus
ing the team to run. throwing him out
of he wagon. He was picked up in
sensible and kuenical d palled but
nothing could be done for him. Be
died from concussion of the brain.
Last Friday telegraphic communi
cation wat greatly interrupted by a
heavy electric storm, the worst of the
kind in years. It extended through
out the United States.
It began about four o'clock in the
morning and continued nearly all day.
It was aa inters a 8we11 the
keys in telegraph instruments and set
fire to switch-boards. The inatru
raents in the offlce here at Platts
mouth refused to do their work for
An auroral light of unusual
brightness was visible In some por
tion of the country.
iioiueii, n i'icoi
o-Ttie "business agent" of
. 1 ..munn I f .
tl:e "Boideii & Healy Slar Comedy
Company," also passing himself off
for a member of rinkenton detective
agency of Chicago, tias been paing h
fraud upon the railroads and hotels all
through theceuutiy. Seme time iio
he came to this lown ;.nd arretted a
fast joiin; till atMis. Moors on a
eli.nMot i .;, -nt-y pill ii lliiii lo have
bit 11 couii-.i t.-. in Illinois, ll si-ems
he kiJn.4; j . o 1 ;ii l ,ii lit h.rf no b'
gal ttiilhoi i'ea Iji ai iusUie.' I.ei'. I It
look her aci'osa the' livtr to Pan tic
Juctioii and leit her there. He left
his board bill unpaid at Die lVikii.s
1I U.-e. The Ui:itALl also holtis ;tu
on'ttoii '.). lin E. Boidtu. tit;-Kuier
Botdeu Jc lit n 1 y Mait i uudy Cum
pain " lor s;x 11. us. '1 ho 01 ili 1 i a
regular m inieil blank, such as is gen
erally us d by traveling theatrical
trop. We were to have printed him
six dollars orth of blanks but after
running off about two dollars worth
we cone! -ill. il wedd not like the looks
of the cutlt in.ui and when Iih eauie
to gel the IK'klts We dellVUed him
Mi" n un .1 .'..iii prin ed and explain
ed to )i in we weie very, badly crowd
ed with woik but would deliver t Un
balance to the mavager when ihe
troupe got here. We have not rinted
them yet an 1 wait with patience the
coming of tho show. We also have a
full complement of complimcntry tick
ets to the show. Ve will sell order,
tickets and all other claims we held
against the concern, cheap.
LUlll.lJ ill IIS!-
From the W. W. ltepubhcaii.
Mr. E. W. Pittman, of Mt. Pleasant
precinet, is completing on his farm
one of the finest country residences
in the county, to cost 4,000.00.
Mr. Robert Anderson has sold his
farm in the vicinity of Mt. Pleasant,
to :i gentleman from York county;
The Y. M. C. A. rooms, in the cor
ner building adjoining Messrs.
Schluntz & Dewey's store, are open
every day between the hours of 10 a.
m. and 10 p. m. Late daily papers,
magazines, books, etc., may be read
free of charge. We know of no more
pleasant or profitable a place to spend
A turn-table has been put in by the
Mo. Pacific railroad at Louisville, and
hereafter an engine will take from that
point to Omaha the road beiug level
from there in a freight train which
it requires two engines to bring up
from below, aud the second engine
will be turned around and take a
We are indebted to Dr. Hall for the
particulars of a sad accident which oc
curred og and one fomih milts south
of Avoca. on Wednesday evening,
whereby a telegraph line repairer,
named R. W, herid;Pi who, by the
way, is quita weil known to many
of our citizens sustained severe
injury. While at the top of a teleyl
graph pole, and in handling a large
bunch of wire, endeavoriLg to tnrow
it over the top of the pole, the wire in
some way rebounded, knocking the un
fortunate young man' from his footing
to the ground, wtiere he fell with great
force, breaking both arms just above
the wrists, and otherwise severely
bruising hlo). 0110 large scalp wound
being made a short distance above the
The Famous Cough Remedy, JIarsh's
(oldeu Balsam 1 lias dene Wonders
"Your Golden Balsam i3 a truly val-
ualle medicine. It has done wonders
for me. " I had a severe spell of pneiw
noma and was confined to my room
for several months. When I got able
to bo out of doors, ray lungs Tiere very
weak, with general prostration of my
system, and a very sore throat and
hard cough. You gave me a bottle of
your Balsam on trial, which very
much relieved ray throat and cough,
and after taking two two bottles I was
able to attend to my buisness' - can
cheerfully recommend it to all suffer
ing with hard cough, or weak lungs.
f Simeon Fawcett, Kansas City, Mo,
Mabsh's Golden Balsam is for sale
by Smith & Black Bros, druggists.
Large bottles 50 cents and 81.00.
Wheeling tobies at Warrick's. lmo34
AT JOE McVEY'S
You will find the Finest Imported
French Brandy, Champaign, and other
Fine W ines. Pure Kentucky W hisKies,
several of the best and most popular
brands of BOTTLE BEER. Fresh
Beer always on draught, and Fine Ci
gars. . gtjtf,
Eight quarter sections of choice
farming lands in Cass county on reas
onable terms inquire of or write to "
Sullivan & Woolky,
3Gtf Plattsraouth, Neb,
John Blake keeps constantly on hand
a full line of fine Irish and Scotch
Whiskies. . Aug.l7,18S2 22yl.
Manufacturingand Repairing, good
and neat, at Merges'. Otf
We eontinoo to
act as solicitors for
na tents. cavct.
trade-marks. coDVriehta. etc. for
the United Suites, and to obtain pat
ents in Canada, England, .France,
fcrmany and all other conntriea.
' THIrti-tLX yrnr' Practice. Ho
charge for examination of models cr drawr
ingTJ. Ad vice by mail freo.
Patents obtained thronch ns ro noticed ia
the SCIENTIFIC AHE1UCAW, Tvhich has
the largest circnlation, and is the most influ
ential newspaper Of its kind published in the
world. The. ad vantages ot encb a notice every
patentee undet fndi,. '
Thia largo and eplendidiv illustrated netr
paper is published WEEliLV at3.20ayear,
and ia admitted to be the bent paper devoted
to science, mechanics, inventions, engineering
works, and other departments of industrial
progress, published in anycountry. Single
copies by mail, 10 centa. 'Sold by 'all news
dealers. - Address, Muun A Co., publishers of Sciea
liflo American, 261 Broadway. New York,
handbook about paten W iniled. fret,
Taken up by the undersiRD4.--tT9 Hots,
alnut three nuiDtli old. black, except ''
white spots, no ear marks.
The owner may call aud pay charges. p!JV
Eleht Mile Crove, Neb Oct. 23,'lwo.- 32t4. I
m u m m m
HATS! I HATS 111.
BONNETS I BONNETS 1 1
FEATHERS ! FEATHERS 1 I
PLUSHES! PLUSHES1 PLUSHES!
Of every dUcrlption, to be found at
A. P. STOOTC !
.NKXT DOOlt TO M. H. CHt'Kfll.
COTTA, CADET BLUE.
HUNTER'S GREEN. AND
OTHER COLORS TOO NUMER
OUS TO MENTION. WE II AVE
THE LARGEST STOCK IN
TOWN. AND ARE DETER
MINED TO SELL AT
P It I C KS THAT
r a n n o r
tlLd zLl tk I
1 ' 1?
At 50c, 75c, $1.00, 1.25. 1.50, 2.00 3.00.
TRIMMED HATS !
From 50 cents to SiiO.OO.
From S2.o to 820.00.
From 25 cents to S 10.00.
FJJ C 1' FEATHERS!
From 25 cents to 1.00.
WE ALSO HAVE A VEUV FINE STOCK OK
Embroidery S' Hosiery.
Every lady is invited to call and see
our styles and prices, whether she
wishes to purchase or not.
No Trouble lo Show Goods
The place, next door to M. E. Church.
I'lattsmoutll, Neb., Oct. L'ti. lR2-3t4.
HARRIS & UNRUH,
and ;tl! ktud- of E;wti us!:il!v k' Pt ' a
FIRST I AfSM Fl KMTi nKMTOKK
Also, a very complete stock of Funeral Goods.
I ! V
Our New und el.'irimt liearse in alwaya '
Remember the place, in UNION
JBLOCK, on Sixth Street, TWO
Doors sonth of Cass Coun
Whear we may be found n:rlit or day.
HARRIS & UNRUH.
B Ljl CKSJII Til
HORSE SHOEING & WAGON BEPAIHING.
Ali Unas of FoTipteffieiils Mendel will
Neatness and Dispattili.
ll . -
Horse, 3Iule& Ox Shoeing,
In short, well shoe anything that bar
four feet, from a Zebra to a Giraffe.
Come and see us.
nFHIbSt between Mainaai Vine Streets.
wcomerirura m loy.
i in in i ii mi i mm ii Tim ii mii iii ni
71 . TV T jztVm,
si i.ssoit to
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Books. Stationery S Wall Papei
And 11 arih-li-M o-ni,il!v ki-pt by 1 )i njjgist i.
I'litsiciaiis Prescriptions Co re fully C.oiupoiuufr'd.
rhilt."inoiit I', November 2d, 1 --'. ;t.ii.;m.
JOr-JES 0c EIKEIMBARV'S
Livery and Sale Stable.
DIGS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION DAY OR NIGHT,
IS FIHST-CIwVSS -T1IK I!i:sT TI'.AMS IN
SINCLE AND DOLIH.K CAltUIAdKS.
TRA VEt.EllS WILL FIND COM I'l.i:
VINE AND FOURTH STS.
The Finest Pressed Brick
1ST THE STATE,
r a --t w T wk m m
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Or1f'is iak'i v
r& itil r.llf1 in n sjiil
Those coiitciinihitiiiir to h
quality of our hrieks and pi
Yard, in rear
ts m outfit, Rfvbr&sk n
JOHN WAY3IAN, Proprietor.
Our facilities for heavy work in Columns and Castings for
not surpnssed in the State.
MACHINE KEI'AIRING of ull kind.-. Our Machine Shop is fully erpuipped
for all classes of work in iron.
Patronize Nebraska manufacturing. We duplicate all eastern prices, savltg
fre ight and time.
Parties building in any part of the: State should write for our terms on castings
CASS GOT72TTT inOIT WOEES,
March 11th, 1882. PLATTSMoUTIT, NEB.
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THIS CELEBRATED AX FOR SALE BY
iiii . 'V ly 'j I '1 1 I . . ." . . " .. . 1. hi w
ivg ? ' ' ; . . . - - .... .
Hardware, Stoves and Tinware.
A7.so Auent for the 2 Pointed MERCHANTS UNION BARB WIR
We will sell thia Wire a Cheap : an,
A couh, ci..l or sore throat should b.
fctopped."' Neglect fn-ipitntly result in
an iucunh'e iuuy dista.-e or cons,uuip
tiou. Brown'. BroechI d Troches does
uot disorder the .toiunch like cougli syr
niisi and lid.-.ii.S l"it net directly. J the
ii.fl.mied n;.i i.. hllCTmlt irritation gi
lief in i4;tlm:a, hronchiilx, coughs C:J
and tlie throat troubles 'hicll singcrl
pit!. lie- t.j-1-akers are subject to.
thirty-yeam Brown's Bronchial Tr
!,avt- Irt-t-U i-couiiiiendcd ty phy.i
ami have always given satisl'a
Having been tcstt'd by wid'.' sil l co;
ur-e fur ueafiy u eutiri; pi-iicration,
have attaiued wt-11-nierited rank ai
the few staple remedies of jhe age
HI i.l ctnn a uin cicij "i."-
Important to Tr
by the Burlington
you to reau ineirj
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FIX I'll URS,
Tli Ii CITY
I.IC OUTFITS 1,'Y CAI.I.IMl AT THE
rai wr mm m " m k mm
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! lor unv (mnn.it
isfjirJ orv liianii
wfe m ihe market. Give us a CA
MOTHERS! MOTHERS!! MOTHE"''
Are you disturbed at ni
of your rest by a sick cliih
crying with the excruciattt
tiutr teeth t li so. ;