The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19??, March 29, 1883, Image 2

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    PLATTSMOUTH HERALD.
I ! li I . I S 1 IK 1 1 I A 1 1. V A I N i jjl-Xmym.
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The PlattsratH Derail PuWisliinj Co.
DAILY,
TERMS
, ilrlivered bv carrier to tny pHiluf tlte
city '.V V!
firWcek . .'. r. t
far Month
I'er Year
WEEKLY, l.y mail.
One co.y lx months "...ft W)
One copy ou year
15
XI
7 no
2 M)
U t''l'r'',l ' t!ie Post Office.
M-i-oud etas, waiter.
I'lutt-inouth, K
I'l.ATT.SMOUTir. MAKCII JO, ls.l.
Kx-Skkatok Kf.i.UKK i now' iu. for
It. An indictment has Ix-ea found agains'
dim for accepting a briLe of twenty
thousand dollars ffrini on', I'mcc, a atar.
nutc contractor on the route from-.Corpus
Christi to San Autoni.i, Texas. Price
lias maUe an aflhlavit to thin effect which
in in the lunula of the government cour
scl prosecuting the atar route rou tletnou.
It is Ttry evident tlmt ao lonjf aa the de
partment of justice puts up tg attorney
teen, these tar rotc fellow will have to
defend themselves acainat nil cornier.
Mr. Dorse j i now on the witness stand
telling all he knows about "the fight at
Captain Hire's."
Tin; mouth of Jamiajy showed th
largest value of expoita from tlii
rouutrv ever reported for that month,
$so,0 10,000, against nl -ut $57,000
CO of imports This immemc volj
unie of export was due paMly to the
expulsion of the trade in lre td-itufVs,
but KtiU inor to the immense move
ment iu cotton during tle munlli
The lireiidsliifl movement i null m
the future largely. One of the inter
e-Jtinir iiicls of i lii A movement is the
increasing proportion of Hour, which
ia a intiniiactuir-l article The Amor
lean flour-mill interest is immense,
alike iu its growth ami in the prog
ress which it has made in it art, as
becomes the chi;f wheat-raisiug aud
wheai-jxp rtiug country of the world.
Kx.
to got Ills meney, must send to ath
ington. The object of this is to pre
ventit being used for general circuU
tlon." J" LFoir otld "amounts the postal
notes will I y. very convenient, and no.1
doubt niucKuised. The intention is to'
fcjvolhe iktHea engraved upitiSnk-1
note. tat r, and 'provided with: checks J
against counterftUinjj. Interior
Tim Indian question is agaiu-Lefoi
the country, and the history of Its fail
ure in being ...regularly written .with
the blood of the frontier settler." The
last two or three days chronicles the
assa.f4iuation of a cofe or more of
it ii.vii a vvviv. r
Com i'ti'OLLek Knox aya that the
passage of the act reducing internal
revenue taxation, relieves the nation
al aud state bauks and the private
baukers from a tax on the average of
about $1,000,000 a mouth. The amount
of lax collected iroin the natiouul
banks on capital and deposits during
the last fiscal year was $5,959,702, of
Which 337,774 only was ut.u capi
ital, the remninder being upon de
posits. The tax upon state banks
end prirato banker was $5,219,172, of
which a little more than one-fifth
was upon capital. The total tax col
lected upon deposits aud capital up
on all classes of banks during the liet
fiscal year was $11,200,873. The
amount annually collected from the
two-cent check btarup is about $2,500,
000, and the act repealing the use of
tliese stamps takes effect on the 1st of
July next. Ex.
Leslik's Illustrated Newspaper au
nouaces a new departure, iu that it
will contain shortly, a department iu
Which the ablest and moat practical
political economists of the day, will !
diecus the prominent questions ;
which attract the attention of the
American people; among which is
mentioned, free trade and protection,
monopolies", rights and restrictions
if corporis' power?, money, and the
I're--! A'ui'igthe prominent gen
ile:iiMi :n i : med whu hava sigui
ficl their iir ntiou to enter this tour
nametii. we notico the uames of sen
:r tiotr. u: Masnachusetts; Charles
Frn.-i AiIhuis Jr., President beely.
Edwa.-l Aikinsou, Henry George
aud tiru'l Walker. The uames of
t:pse diriiitruishetl gentlemen are
enough n insure "the Illustrated a
I a .
iir-i i'i-.! u rirruiatiou.
With an insignificant standing"aimy
of a few thousand soldiers to garrison
our coast flefensts and protect our im
mense frontier line, the army is power
less to protect the settlers. " Our rail
ways have penetrated' almost every
section and portion of territory west
of the Missouri and east of th Cl
fornia - mid Oregon settlements :. the
arize tribes of Indians are scattered
from old Mexico throughout our terri
tories north to the British possessions;
this section of the country is, today,
absolutely ' necessary for the cattle
ranees of America: from the head wa
ters of th Yellow Stone southward
wherever there is- livinz water and
grass we might almoit say to the
(lulfof Mexico the Indian and the
stock man are occupying all territory
not claimed by the settler. and even
on the arid table land, where hereto
fore it has been impossible to raise
stock on account of the lack of water.
the enterprise of the ranch man of to
day is supplying that - want with ar
tesian' wells, and steam power to pump
water, sutlicient for the herds of stock.
These, wild Indians understand the
resistless march 'of civilizition and
bitterly oppose it. That this territory
is demanded by the settler is a demon
strated fact, he is there with his fami
ly and his herds. Wild game disap
pears at the approach of the agricul
tursst. What is the Indian to do?
Nothing, but murder and steal, and be
hunted and murdered in return, by the
settler; unless the eovernment take
care of him.
It has been demonstrated that our
present Indian policy -will not meet
this question and solve it humanely
and satisfactorily.
Let the government, at once, take
hold of this matter, place these peo
pie upon permanent reservations, and
force them to stay there. Men and
treasure have to be annually employed
in senseless campaigns to punish the
Indians for violating treaties; employ
these men and this treasure in a -hu
mane and christian maimer, in locat
ing these nomadic people, schooling
their children, and teaching them the
art of agriculture; take the Winches
ter rine ana me pony iroin tuem ror a
time, and very soon the red man will
fall into the groove of civilization aud
their communities will become self-
sustaining, The old world is sending
us teday'a wonderful tide of emigra
tion, which comes here for the purpose
of agriculture.1 Our vacant territory
is today demanded by the settler.-who
has a right, under the unbroken policy
of our government, to settle upon and
make homes- of it society and
tne universal law of nations
gives him a right to protection for
are and property, et tnis great na
tion take care of the Indian and eitl
zen both.
loon-keeprs h: r !' ri:nd a protective
union and ut coimnjttte of. seventy- ;
five to wail utMu the excise board i
t r.TI YT.':T.T. t .. . .7. .. ir..iT..r. i ' ?
and,flfty loil ir liigJt.ik-eii-e which
union'
1 1 i.alM in ! retard -"Irfulrt ti?
CovIUIom eihoi uitauj. J WJitio we conidr
JnsttnceS of tlie fii'a-.lire oljpulilic opin
ion' la llxd oliUbt etulM ftlic uuion upon
t ;. :
this, question, the people i
may well hnve ic-no!i to
tlieinnelvci.
Nwbranka
co.-iyrutulate
ojp
o)lni
BIIAIB M.WmTB TOD
Mil ALL VYK EN CO U It A (J E KAlhltOAb
Many of our well disp.sed citizens
aj of the railways tharare proposing
tnfinter our utatrt from, the east ward:
fThere is uo use in worvilijj oveijhes
lines ol ioaU, . iliey- mw - juul i wuere
the are : going." . they - 11: tell
you "It'is no' ue offering 'thein induce
ments to come. Thise roals will in
duce diffeient poinU. make thin offers
of donations, but iu the end will take
the route tli-.y have worked out from
the Jbeginnin." Now, thou nothing is
further from tho lace ihau this view
of the matter; tru-: it ia, tha a -rail
road enterprise, aav the "Diagonal,"
has its leiuiiunl pom', alwaj a in view.
but iu traversing a given teirilor;to
set to that point, this rual may have
a dozcii routes tiudtr cuntt inflation,
either one, aU-ut us feasible us the
o'litr; the'shortesl toute thi.ttigii the
best tei i itiry, taking 'into coi.itidera-
tiou the cost of construed .m -every
thing els beit;j; even, usual iy decides
the mativr; but any one by laying the
map of Nebr.t-ifca b.-iote tnetn, can see
that this ''Diajjon:i" road can cross
the Mi-souri nv-i .'torn Council Bluffs
at one oini just a'.; m it as wuil a au
other, iiuywneiv frorr. the uiputh of
1'latte nver io th. j;oui.h of the Ne
maha, and o..; a u.ji iouLm through
the very y.'iideu oi Nebraska to middle
Kansas; in: J this oiu the fact, the
itvluue in- n '.s offered and the manner,
in which toe io;id is rt; ived by the
coruuu'j.;i. if a tluougn wli ch it ran
pass, wi.l decide it upu ih.- route. Of
course everybody knows the euyineeis
of tlii mm 1 have, not exauiiued auy
portiou'.i; injtf territory, aiid to have
them visit u, and i.'oi,tiMiiie j'-lj us.
is the :u-ce.iar and bciiaibie thing to
do. Ia-L iu one deceive t.'ietnacl Ves in
tiiis ni.iittf. ' j r.is "Diaijonal," as has
been HUt ui;cei hy its mauagers, is go
ing to cwuu- to J.:i4 country, aud in so
romiiij:, i going to con-ult tije. people
-and ask liinu for help; a;td this com-
muniu i.i done the .proper tying iu
taking steps to ujaki the acquaintance
of this much desired euteprhe.
Blake's Bnilding, up Stairs,
Where they are da ceiving a complete line of all kinds of
PIECE 'GOODS V SUITINGS,
We also wish ii inform the citiz-ns of I'lattstuouth that wh have made
arrauemeittu for
Dy i ng, Clean ing He pai ri ng
K i -rt notice, and warrant satisfaction.
EiiL&.-QiSI-IB: BROS.
J. LEVY,
Will BUV and JsEMj all kinds of
FURNITURE,
METALS,
IR01T,
RAGS
AND
FURS"
Will advance iuu.ey on all
SALABLE GOODS,
on Sower Main street,
0rpotite Tht Old Duke, lhiildiivj.
I'lattHUiouth. Fib. 1st, 18b:5 4Gtf.
u
The Finest Pressed Brick
I1T T3 STATE,
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c3J 1 2H5a3nLS rS& SSoilil
:r Orders received for any quantify
and filled in a satisfactory manner.
: Those contemplating to build
should examine our work, the
quality of our bricks and prices.
Yard, in rear of Bonner Stable,
Plattsmouth, Nebraska,
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SADDLERY
JOHK FiTZGEKAUD,
rrcsideut.
W. UcLAl'tiULIX,
. Ciwliier.
. .. Liquor Question.
That this "nation would be better off
without a single dram shop, is not even
a debatable question. The minister of
the gospel, the artisan at the bench, the
professional man upon his rounds of I
13 NAT.Oi
ok ruvrTsMouiH. nbkask a.
OArstlie very beat facilliles for the iiioiurt
ij'ansactlou.tif K-itiiiiace , i
" banking; BUsiNBsa
Stocks, noie.1.4. Gol.l. fiuvernmeut aud Local
Securitlen itouhi tuid Solo. lepo!tsrecelv-
ed Mud iut.-iesl allowed on tunc Oertifi
eat?!'. linftdrHwii. available In any
, pari f Hie Lniti Stutenand nil :
r' " flyj piiiiclpal towns ot .,
' Uurujie. ' i
Collections n1ad9.dk promutly remitted.
J. G.. CHAMBERS
- Everjtliing hand-made and warranted. Call in ajid see us.
NEXT DOOR WEST TO THE LATE FIRE.
JASON STREIGHT,
(ure-Hxor to Mtrel-lit A .Hitler,)
Just Received.
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MEERSCHAUM AKD BRIAR ?Mi
uk iMui.n r t ruii i .1 t .
A Challenge 5c Cigar,
Heelilly inai'i- f"i ril-1 u i I I
Pepperberg's Ciar factory.
(uTrrYf i i nr
Old Reliable
LiiMBbPABD
1 1 WATBRHAH 1 SOS,
i-.,i.--)Ji ini.i K. lail iVklKr Iu
PINE LUMBER
KoHrtl' Mrurl, Id H'Hri f 0IA tU'r
PLATTSMOUTH. - XKI'CA KA,
SON
PINE S HEAVY HASDESS.
A lame line of '
Saddles Bridles, Collars, Whips, tc.
always tn Hlock.
Repairing of all kiwis neatly done n
sort notice.
Main Street, bet van Fourth and Fifth,
0. M. STKE1GI1T. BwintM ManaKer.
i
i
I l.'HA.s.Si.i mivH. .MtianiOHl Mauazer.
Gass County Iron Works
WAY3IAN & KIR BY, Propr's.
!PltittsiriorLtli. INTelD.
MANL'FACTUltEm OF
BQIIL.13BS, ENQINJSS,
IitON FRONTS, HOUSE COLUMNS,
AND CASTINGS.
Business Mounts are
Our Machine Shop is fully equipped
i'itr'rnze JNeoraska iiKinti!:c:iiinir. e duplicate all eastern prices, savinc
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Highest market vrU; y-H rr Cimty War- i Zrt:UK ,,'H,l,.in 'nr'..i.r "ii... fttu i ii r. .
rants. State a. d.Ou.u H...ud-. , . I ; , - T " . v c,"'u' vl cmuSb
7tf
NEW
FurniturE StorE
HARRIS & UNRUH,
r'SALtiUiM
FURNITURE 8 COFFINS,
and all kind of goods usually kept In a
Our facilities for heavy work iu Column and Castings for
not nrpatted iu the State.
MACHINE REPAIRING of ail kinds.
f r all clarsrs pf work in iron.
DIBFCIOBS
duty, and the vendor of liquors from be- I John Fitrrald
'Vhkh;; -.ere the Hon. Joreuzo
( "ro-iii .i '- tn nds?
C:h-Tor Ilaiues, of Browuville,
Texa, an-D upon the advice of his
friend, ha- quietly notified the treas
ury iii partineut at Washington, that
his (Ilaiues') resignation is not yet
ripe, and he declines to have it picked
by- the department.
It appears the department has giv
en Mr. Haines an opportunity to re
sign, w hich the Brovnville collector
declines to accept. We are not ad
yised whether this mode of removal
comes under the civil service rules or
not; heretofore in this country, the
nil has been to simply appoint ome
other fellow, who, coming aimed
with thejnecrssary documents, saved
ih- iuctiuil ent the troublo and ex
pense f nendiacr in his resignation.
We are in -lined to consider the old
way, the best way.
NEW POSTAL NOTES.
The new postal notes are likely to
be very popular, particularly those for
small amounts, as already 430 out of
every tlieus tnd order are for $5 or less
The limit of single money-orders Is
raised from 30 to 3100, the 'following
scale being adopted: Xot exceeding
$1", 8 cents; 810 to US, 10 cents; SIS
to t9, 16 cents; 830 to 840, 20 cents;
840 to 8.0, 23 cents ; $50 - to 8G0, 30
cents; $G0 to 870, S3 cents; 870 to 680,
40 cents; 33 to 3100, 43 cents. The
reduction on suns under 810 from
present money-order rates is one-fifth
iiiujs not exceeding 3i will be but -3
cents, or a reduction of about two-
thirds the p:esut rates. The postal
note will be issued payable to bearer
imply, there being no expressive let
ter of advice attending it, and thy
will be good for three months, after
which time the bearer, if he neglects
hind the bar, will all tell you; this;
consequently it is not the Herald's pur-.
pose in this paragraph to discuss this
truism. The time will come we believe
when practically the me lera dram .shop
will le among the things of the past
Today, we live, aud strut out
our little brief existence, and wo have
to take the bad weather ami evil things
of our times, both as we find them;
much has been said about the few.safy-
guards our people have had thrown
around the hearth stone, to protect our
youth from the balet ul evils of. intem
perance; and of late, very much has aUu
been said about the salutary liquor law
Nebraska enjoys as compared with old
er states. . "We have today one of the
best aud most stringent laws upon the
statute book ot any state iq tho, union.
(Excepting those statei,alway,wiiieh have
adopted prohibition.; : - In PJuttsmouth,
we have a license of $300; .public seuti
ment sustains it; without the measure
ofpublic sentiment bein up to the true
intent of a law, the law is practically in
operative. Today, in many .of the great
states east or us, the license question is
agitating the law-making power, nd no
tably, Nebraska, is attracting attention.
on account of our so called Slocumb law.
In Illinois,the issue between Cartel liar
risen, and his democratic followers ;in"
Chicago, and the people, is the question
of compelling the thousands of. dram
shops in that great city to pay, what we
in Plattssaouth would call a ridiculously
lew license; $300 being the amount 1 de
manded by the "reform ticket" in. that
city; while the heated contest in the leg
islature of that state at Springfield, is
ovei1 a. high license law which s fixca- the
minimum license at $500nc c,l I :t
. In. the great state, of .New jYork" we?
notice the question of a .moderate, license
,is agitating, the neoplasia is evinced by
John It. C'larK.
Geo. E. Jovey.
. A.
A P. IVuzalin,
K. CiiliiiiK.
K. K. Vliit.
W. Mcl.uiih'l... , j
March 11th, 1882
Cass Coufity j
Cotner Main aiwl Sixth tie i
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PliATTSMOUTH 3iTBI3. i
.. 1 JOITX BL.ATK. !-resi')fii. I
lJ. M. PAT! J.K.-ON, a.:.-i. t"
TraasKts.a.Gesox:l .LwXm Bm$z. '
'K:. HIGHEST. CASH PRICE ;
PaMjor County ami Vity Yir,ont. !
i
t'UIiLKCt ll.i Jt i
the follow jug:
tr Tv;;.
' IJcrrALp, March 27. A mammoth per lj 4 7i. ,
tition was presented the board of . exr
cise to increase. Uie license ..to. $230 , for
liquors and $7$ for ale and Ieer. , 'da-
: ' ' ' i
ami Dtoniitly renrfttt A t -r
I1 HU1! ; !
Jolin Black, J. M. l':itl-rsti. i". M. IVr-fle, '
K. 11. Gutbmaii.i, J. io.cy, a. T. !
mlth.'Kred Gor.ler. 61 ly
WEEPING WATER
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aiLQ irk
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PLATTS MOUTH, NK'i.
M Tinners' StocX
OF ALL KINDS
Jxcelsior
V r ( LANH FI R.VITURK HTUItK
Also, a r ry complete i"tck of Funeral Coods.
MelaiiicPQGlenCofflns Caskets.Rctes.
EM8LEMS, Ao.
Our X(t s:.'l elfsar.t hcaife in always in
readiness.
Remember the place, iu UNION
iBLOCK, on ixth Street. TWO
Doors south of Cass Coun
ty B; nk.
Whear we may he fduiid nizUt or (ly.
HARRIS & UNRUH,
. A Common-Sense Hemc'y.
Immediate Rcller War: irlcl
fSiiCiijtktCarsfisaritslJBi
Fire year ttablUlitl tuxl ttw l.twn tu
In a Kinglt . aculr or rtirvnit.y iirj In oil
jrromitu.nt ' plivuleuitt ant tt, minimi fur 111
taudiny of yaf(ryr;, " ,
THE ONLY DISSOI.VEU Ol' Til h I'OIHOW.
OUS UKIC ACll WHirM KXlMia IN I II K
BLOOD OK AilEUM All' AND liOUi V fA
TIKNT8. MA1.1CVI.ICA ! known aa a rontiuxn.
eimo reiaftdy, becauf It rtrik-ltii tly at tti
caime of KueumallMtn. Uout U juimIi,
while Romany o-ealleil nNclflCH anil upw
panacea only traat locally ltr effect.
It has been concerted by Mntrtl iu,li ntl-ti
that oiitwvrd appltcstlob. in-M rubbing
with oil. olntmcnU, llnli.i- t and ttilne
lntioiifi will nut erailicate I a . itHfam blQ
ar-the reiiult of tho polttotiluir .f ,',!ii t ,,'.tU
with Uric Acid. . ';v "
blAMVI'tCA orki(U n.i.rvloy -fect
on this aulii anil o rfDia lb aiordr.
It In now exclusively uned by nil rtMiralttl
pliynlclaini of America and f'iir'. Illybewt
Medical Araflemy of i'arii ri'tMiiiM ! j't-r oral
curna la three days.
REMEMBER
that HAI.ICYLH A U a ct-nln eure fur
HHKLMATIHM. GOUT and SIX HAl.'ilA,
I he most intense palq arc nl)tlu4 ui'imt
Rtautly.
Ole t a lal. Belief KUtiatilcd ot oiom-y
refunded
Thousauds of tentlinouials eut on kllea
tlon.
f 1 a Box. 6 Boxea for A.
Sent free by mall on receipt of money. ,
ask yock druggist you it.
But 1o not be deluded into taking Iriiilsllob
or nubktitutea. or Romethiair reroiiiiiirii(ld a
"Jasi tin cood 1" Iociiit on tf (cenulne with I'u
name of WASH Hi; K.N K m tit., on f-nU bu
wuivu m t.UtSi auiTii viiwiV'lt j ifv Uftl UH
l.r, of
signature, an uttliiiiuillilji ikuVH' to
sena to u
Washbnrne ft Co., lroprirtr&.
287 ItroadwaY. ccr. Keada St., UW V" ttit.
Fits, Epilepsy,
OK
FALLING SiCKNT.v,
rermantly C'urd-N Humlmif-l v or f..u,l.'
iiHae of Dr. (ioulard'a Ceifi'ii.'ni . iii ie
Kit Powder. To cinture '.j vi e.n li.i Um
2ttl3
rf.ATTSMOt: i li. M'.H.
MIKE 2CHNELLBACHER,
I'owfiers win w nil w claim l.-r il n. M
muil tbf li- l-y j.-.jjil. lit piud. a tf I il, i-4 g.
ai iT.dirunn is me only rr. s' i ih.i i,m
erer made thin dl-fie a : - il t..M. aud m
to our kliowleriae tli-i.n-il liavr )ii r -
manetiy oured liytn- uv f il:v I ri-r.w e
will xoiimntre a p-. rriM i-mt b ,rj coo.
or relur.fl you ui: iui-i. rSi-rMlrd. All --ullfi-ers
shoi.l; glyr lh-e roch-rn an il Srlal,
arc. rir.rliirol o. 'l-lr illume .. ..
Plicr. f l ii'jrr .-.,0'i,"l (or .
S.-ni t.i iitii:l i-.aiy tor' i-l tl. l i i'ta MlatMt.
it C iiixia. i h r'.. i t 1 u-Jt ti , i l, t liiirM.
O. I. Ad.:n-,
AU A: HO:l. va.
.ut fuit'ia St.. H !ya. N. V
Den. .pMi.
WAGON ItKTA I RI NG.
AI! iKl
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Mi.:!.;
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3i Farm imIeiiiesls Headed witi
N'i-:iti.'-ss :itil !; i-Hleli.
Notice to" PhyBiciane.
Notii-e Is hereby nlveo that l-id v.il ba rr.
rreoived at the ofr.ee ut the County Clerk, no to
noon of the 2d day of April, law. .or lli mrd
icnl atieadanc and lumuli tin of mrdlvUea
for county ehivrae ai:d ituuatea of roiiuly
t'"r lioune aud Jail for one year. 1 be . . m-iiiiMion-is
r-r-rve ti.e iij:ii to rrjfei any .Jt tj
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ST. LOUIS, MO
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' Horse, 31ule& OxShoeing,
; In short, we'll shoe anything that ha
'o ir feet, from a Zebra to a Giraffe,
Come an 1 see us.
InTBW shop 1
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Uit arro e corner from the kkw IIEHAL I
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I-REED,- President, - :: - ;
1 1 T. X'gIBSONV Tice-President.
" R. k' AVILKINS6 Cashier.
AGgienl Batisi BBSiaess Tnisactel A,
KrOMITS
Becelred. and rnlerect alled aa oiaCortl-
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Drawn ayaJUble la any part of the United
States arut all th a principal eitles of Europe.'
Agent for the oetebrmicd
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At Wholesale and Retail. Cash
r paid for airkinds of country
produce. OJall and see me.
National fllank.
Opposite JFi r s t
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ROBERT DO NELLY'S 1
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BLACKSMITH
Wagon, Buggy, Machine arid Plow r-
pairing, awl general jobbing
I am now prepared to do all kinds of repalriua
of farm and other machiiiery. as there
i icuuu lame iu my auop.
PETER RAUBN,
The old Reliable Waon Maker
has taken charge of the wagou shop. .
Be la well known as a
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SATISFACTfON GUARANTEED.
i LNDERLOIN.
Meal MarkeL
LA FE CfNKl L. Prop'r .
Beef Hnttou Pork Veal Caiciecsic,
Conttantlr on hand.
Alao.all kiuds of G.tMK in -a akl y.
erythli-K kepi tn a
FIItST-CI.AS.S MF.1T MIOIM
At lort poMlbla rates.
North Sid MulnSt btt. Uh .
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