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c?K4r o Clutter & 9Iarilali:
Tee! la extracted without pain,
ly unc ofiNltfous O&Idc Gun.
i.. i:illHhurjr, lentlt.
AdverimfiurcM under till head,
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HONKV" TO LO.VN-Oa ieil cstt by
f)lt b LK A on' liorsf buuy and harne
gfHttl. MltS. A. SI HLI.fi Kl..
milt S vLK M7 rnxl'lenrn and four lot
iinul h.u-4." barn mid fruit, and in excel
lent cudltion ; alstwo linjiruved luruiit. alxo
-i-try bilcK uunif iiou tuxm irm.vn .Main
Slreul. ami uiner ii:uiu; i.tnu anu mi.
1. II. WIIKKLF.K.
T70K AI.E-H'UHf9. Intsand wood land
" John Hons & 6ou.
VOKSALE Several re.-.ldt;nccs, cboap.
r iulre oi U. H. Wheeler & 4'u.
I.MUCSAI.B Scratch Tablets iu all mzos. ;
rnii haLK a lot in KtKxl bwatiou. Partlcu-
r laru at tills ollieo y7tf
I ?Oll SALE An ord
i order for r now American
Iuquiio at tliHuuico,
IOK 3 ALU 1,000 cords ot wood. Inquire Of
! NV.rt. Wlw. tf
Ki f? 1.1 ini.M for ale at title ofilce
at iu cnts er hundred or 6 eeut- per !-
nu siI K-l-Viur lot toiretner in ceon ioc
-T tlou in thi city. Iiuiuire at thin olilca tf
UOOM TO KENT. A furnished room fir one
or two gentlemen, in Rood locatiou. In
quire at tbU otllee.
fifO RUST Two roni''. furnished ir unfur
1 nUlied. In the MacMurphy hou-e. Inquire
on th premises.
FOKKKNTorsal on Ion time. A house
and two lots with good improvements. Ap
ly to it. B. Windham.
TfR. REN J Good, new houses of four rooms.
it'KHi water, eoou garue.1 sooi,
n. ... " f 1 1 iir If uh i L'irij
month in Shaferville.
-tp pkvt i'ht north storeroom
C IiIh's black, and 8 rooms uu Htair.
n Htairo. toou
ligation for resiaumnt or boarding house, rents
cheap. Apply to m. Seville. nw
O KENT A house. Inquire of Chaplain
LOST A Knight Tempbir charm in shape of a
Maltese crs. Finder wi 1 be suitably rer
warded by leaving at thl office. lfiti
m NTFI- -A g d sec. lid cook at the I'etk
ins ltoiuc immeuiaieiy
WASTED rw day
boanarA. Apply a.
Airs. fJustafson's, 3d stre two doors past
IC. Of 1
.Meets every Tuesday evening at thes
Castle Hall, in Rockwood Block. V
iicnj' Knights are invited to attend.
II. M. Hons, C. C.
V. L. Dykes. K. of 11. and S.
ll over th land ue going into ecs
tasy over Dr. Ki.:M New Discovery
for Consumption. Their unbooked for
recoverv by the tim ly use of this great
life S.iviu remedy, causes them to go
nearly wi:d iu its praise. It is guar
anteed to positively mrc S. vire Coughs
Cold-, Asthma. Hay Fever, Bronchi t is,
f.Mr.tencss, I-o ot' voice, or any nflec
tion of the Throat aud Lung?.
Trial Bottles free at J. M. Roberts
I r!!"- Store . Large size $1.00
Dec. 6 lyeGw.
I hee are Solid Facts.
The best blood purider and system
regulator ever placed within the reach
nfsnfferinz humanity, truly is Electric
Bitters. Inactivity of the Liver, Bil
iousness, Jaundice. Constipation, Weak
Kidneys, or any disease of the urinary
organs, or whoever requires an appetiz
er' tonic or mild stimulant, will always
dad Electric Bitters the best and only
certain cure known. They act surely
and oulckly, every bottle guaranteed to
give entire satisfaction or money re
funded. Sold at afty cents a bottle by
J.M. Roberts Jand&wly.
Vk) drv fence posts for sale,
of W. S. Wise. I9tf.
A Wide Awake Druggist.
Mr. J. M. Roberts is always wide
awake in his business, and spares no
pain to secure the best of every article
in his line. He has secured the agency
for the celebrated Dr. King s New Dis
covery for Consumption. The only
certain cujs known for Consumption,
Coiih. Colds, Hoarseness, Asthma,
HavFevcr Bronchiti-s. or any adection
of the throat and Lungs. Solp on pos
itive guarantee. Will give you a Trial
Bottle free. Regular size 31.00.
Dec. C. lyeCw
For lame back. Side or
Shiloh' Porous 1M aster,
""SHILOIPS COUGH and Consump
tion Cure is sold by us a a guarrntee.
It cures connmption.
SIIILOHS VITALIZE It is what
you need for Consumption, Loss of ap
petite. Dizziness and all symptoms of
Dyspep!. Price 10 and 75 cents per
CROUPE Wnooping Couh and
Shiloh'- Care. Sold by Muiiu & Black
A Startling Discovery.
Physicians are often Krtled by re
mirkable discoveries. The fact that
I)r Kiu-r'a New Discovery for Cou
Sumption and ail Throat and Lung
disease is daily curing patients that
thev have given up to die, u startling
tt!m tS Slzo their ense of duty, and
litZrur Drnz Store. Kegnl,.r s.ze
4-.. , 11 .r . nto caowing
bacco. it U bv far th finest plug chevv-
ezamine into the merits or this wonaer
fu"??IcoVery ; resultingm Iun;lrJf
oar best Physician., , It thr
During tlic kbsi'uco of the under-
signed, for about two weeks. M. D. i
Polk will have charge of lh biine9 j
d'?p:ittm-nl of 1 1if III KAi.n. j
H. M. IJl'siinkm..
at tho Opera Ho'ipe.
The weight and measure social Jat
night is reported as being a very lev
ari t affair in every way and a success.
Don't forget to go out to hear t!ie
I'luiikett Sistcrs'Drainatic Company iu
Aurora Floyd, fit the Opera Ilonso to
night. Mr. Myron E. Wheeler and Frank,
Wheeler rarno flown from Lincoln, lst
evening, ru-coinp mie 1 hv trvr, young la-
lies oi Lincoln, .-uid Uu- merry party
ara guests o( MaJ.T.nd Mr. Wheeler.
Don't fail to go and hear the Plunk
elt Sister3 tonight.
Wo have received from A. S. Barnes
&, Co., samples of their new 1st, 2d. and
31 school readers, which are without
doubt (ho hiidsomcct school bonks
ever published. The books arc of the
highest character, aud worthy examina
tion from school boards and districts
that may be looking for the best in the
line of school booh.
Some enterprising individual in
Omaha, so it is reported, lotuled his
grocery store onto a raft, last night, and
started down stream about 4 o'chick
this iiitrning, in order to dodge "that
little bill, you know. lie nas not
passed as yet, and arrangements are
being made to induce him to stop here,
if not to locate.
Much excitement was occasioned in
the home ol Mr. J N Wise by tho fail
ure of Willard Wise, last evening, to
return with the rest of the party who
were at the picnic at Bdllevue, all iu-
qiry failed to trace him aud telegrams
were sent to Belicvue. Fortunately no
bad result wa3 in the case, for Willard
had got carried by Oreapolis in the
wrong coach and was put off at Cedar
Creek, and ha is now all right at home.
This cevning occurs the wedding of
Mr. Charles E. Duke and Miss Lena
Leving3, at the home of Mr3. Levincs,
in the Second Ward, this citv. The
wedding will be a very pltasant one iu
Mr. P. II. Swift and .Mr. Jame Pat
terson, Jr., will stand guard nyc-r the
groom, and Mi53 Alma Waterman and
Mis Anna Livingston attend the bride
to the altar.
Both of these young folks arc t-o well
aud favorably known that the IIfkaLD
will, in advance, wish for tbcm all
Til K JIAlilfJAL METEOR.
It DUsidvcs Like a Prop of lev
fore the Morning Son.
Tn Mo?t Mysterious Element of the
Special to the State Journ al.
Your correspondent has just return
ed from the spot where the rorial visi
tor fell last Friday. It is gone, dis
solved into air. A tremendous rain
storm yesterday afternoon, beginning
about 2 o'clock. As it approached, in
reular blizzard style, most of those
assembled to watch the mysterious
visitor, fled to shelter. A dozen or
more among whom was your corre
spondent, waited to sec tho effect of
the rain upon the glowing mas of
metal. The storm came down from
the north, rest a sheet of flying
spray and a torrent of rain. It was
impossible to see more thau a rod
through tho driving, blinding mass.
It lasted for half an hour, and when it
slackened so that the :crolite should
have been visible it was no longer
there. The draw was running three
feet deep in water, and supposing it
had floated off the strange vessel tho
party croel over at tho risk of their
They were astounded to find that the
queer object had mtltcd; dissolved by
the water like a spconful of salt.
Scarcely a vestige of it remained.
Small, jelly like i.ools stood here and
th' re on the ground, but under the eyes
of the observers these grew thinner and
thinner till they were but mudJy wat
er joining the rills that led to tho cur
rent a few feet away. The air was
lil.ed with a faint sweetish smell.
The waole affair is bewildering in
tho highest degree, aud. will no toubt
forever remain a mystery.
Alt Williamson, the injured cowboy,
left yesterday for Denver, accompanied
by his brother. It is learned he will
never recover his eyesight, but other
wise he dees uot appear to be seriously
There has been a continued stream
of investigators here for the past two
days, among them a number of mem
bers of the prcis. Tuo Denver Tri
bune representatives was among tho
witntsses to the evauishment of tho
wonderful visitor. There are a thou -suud
theories afloat as to bow it came
and what it was, but they are all now j
tudortupatcly yucupaWo of ?oJutjp9-
YOUNG MEN'S REPUBLICAN CLUB.
An OrynnizotionVor the Campaign,
ja-t evening at per announceiirelYt'rn'
! t he Herald, a large number cf young
inn) who hr.d feigned (ho call for a
young men's Republican clHb, assem
bled at the County Judge's office and
effected an organization for the cam
paign. The boys were lull of enthusi
asm over (lie promise of a wide awake
campaign, Mid the club will be heard
from in no unmistakable terms when
the campaign is fairly opened.
A campaign Glee Club, from the best
male voire', will be one of the attrac
tions of the club. step3 having been
taken already for its organiratian. A
torch-light club f one hundred will be
organized and uniformed .is soon as
they m;y be needed, RDd they will hold
themselves in readiness for meetings
here or out in tho .btate wherever pub
lic demonstrations are the order. The
bojs will come to the front, and other
cities in the State will Ve invited to
show up with them.
At the meeting last night, and after
permanent organization was effected,
the executive committee that will
have largely the woik of the campaign
in hand, gave notice of a meeting to
night at Maj or Smith's office, at which
time they will secure a club room and
arrange for a further canvass of rniincn,
as well as outlining early campaign
work. The club will meet at the place
designated by the cxecutiue committee,
on next Mouday evening.
President II. M. Bushneil.
lot Vice-Frcs't Fred. Furniss.
2nd Vice Pres't E. S. GreuseJ.
Secretary II. N. Dovey.
Treasurer D. A. Campbell.
J. N. Glenn, chairman; C. II. Martin,
D. B. Smith, G. F. Houseworth. J. IT.
Fairfield, F. A. Murphy, J. II. Berge.
COMMITTER OX BY-LAWS AND RCT.ES OF
Wm. Chambers, D. A. Campbell. W.
II. D. Jackson. W. L. Browne, L. A.
ROLL OF MEMBERS.
II M Bushneil, Fred Furnisg, II D
Jackson, II U Dovey, D A Campbell,
Vl Burkel, C S Forbes, J II Berge, J
F Hitter, L A Dorriugton, Frank Bee
son, O C Smith, F A Short, G K Stuns,
G F Houseworth, James Donnelly, E
W Cook, J K Pollock, F II Tottenger,
D B Smith, Geo Palmer, L C Erven, S
C King, F A Murphy, Ed Frazh r, O C
Dovey, G L Austin, Ger Spurlock, M L
Brady, J II Fairfield. Wm I. Brown, C
A Marshall, A E Gass, James Finley,
Frank Hawksworth, T C Blair, J N
Glenn, L E Skinner, y JJ Dyke, M D
Pi lk, W F Whittemore, W B Allis, Will
Chambers, C E Duke, S'gcl Green, Ja3
Mitchell, Henry Kneller, Jen" L Stone,
A K Minton, Dick Kivrtr, Jno E Kline,
R A Tait, J N Sommers, Juo Dougher
ty, Ilobt Stewart, Arthur Curtwrjgut,
W G Luper, B Bobbins, Hany Coolfge,
E Traver, James Short, Fred Howland,
A Rehiuackle, R Patton, E Joachiu, J
McWilliams, Walter Davis, C II Mar
tin. Aurora Floyd, at the Opera House
A neat pamphlet just issued by the
C B & Q R R. shows that the "Burl
ington Route'' ha? 5,000 miles of steel
track and that it hauls every day in the
year over its several lines 200 passen
gers and 500 freight trains. It is the
only line carrying the fast mail west
from Chicago, aud tho line over which
ran the lirst througli international
train between the City of Mexico and
Chicago. Of 235,213 car3 of grain ir
spected at Chicago, on all the roads
centering there, for the year 1883, the
Burlingtr.-, carried 75,019 o. 31 25 per
! Cmrtf.'K If imm r.flre at
F. S. White,
The old stand by ice mau, 13 now con
trsicting for the summer season, and
will deliver you your ice promptly at
any time called for. Make your con
tract for a summer supply. 5dtf
ClotLes, flair, Nil aud Tooth Brush
es, Comb;, &c, nice line, at Fishers,
east Main street. 49dif
Hf teen per c?nt discount on all cus
torn made woik hereafter, at Sher
wood's l R cash. To establish mv
business i:i every department on a t
strictly cush basis this inducement is
made in a!! custom made work.
Uudr reduction a shoe that
costs S9i'J , costs $7.65 for cash.
S5 GO C32?
; iirjs's $5 00 now costs
aat casts SG.50 now costs
.t Sherwood's. 58dw3tf
. 'oi. HKllOLU 2
;lothier of Lincoln, has
1 clothing store in this city
juld be Dlerued to have his
old customers call in, on lower Maiu
street, o.f Jooreastof courthouse.
THE FLOWER MISSION
Nobfn Work of Warm HoartN and
As liad ieeii duly announced hi the
Journal a numl.t r of the ladies in Lin
Coin, as Flower Miv-hm day approached
were interesting themselves in its
proper observance. Themselves in the
enjoyment of liberty and happing,
their hearts went cut lo iIiohc who, by
crime or rnisfoitune, hud been thut
away from the sunlight and flowers the
Creator had lavished upon the children
of earth. With the earnest real and
ho!.y fctitliusiajm hioh ever animates
tho bosom of tIk gentler sex whfn ap
pealed toon i'th-df of the suffering and
the unhappy, tin y bestirred themselves
L give the inmates of tlo ;-.'.c Prison
b'icf giiiv.;: c mid fric
the hrauuful world 6u.. ide that was
Wttkiug to new life und more glorious
beauty under tho quickening beams of
the summer sun.
With this laudable object in view
they collected last Saturday a vast
quantity of beautiful flowers, arranged
them with most exquisite taste and
placetl them uu ice to keep tlnir fresh
ness till the next day.
Sunday morning a number of ladies
and gentlemen visited the penitentiary.
The flowers had been taken there early
in the morning and each inmate re
reived a bouquet.
At the usual hour for religious ser
vices the .prisoners were mustered in
the chapel and the visitors appeared.
Chaplain Howe gave up his time and it
was employed by the ladies. Mrs.
Hardy made the convicts a short aud
pathetic talk on "Home aud Mother,"
stirring no doubt many a rough heait
to its profouudest depths and awaken
ing sensations to wnicn it had long
been a stranger.
Mrs. Angie Newman, in her pleasant
aud interesting way, related the history
of the flower ikissioa work, aud it
would be strange if many a blessing
did not pa3s the closed portals of the
grim walla for the poor and crippled,
but noble-hearted woman far away
who, herself a prisoner for life in an
invalid's narrow room, devoted all her
days to those who are shut away from
the blessings so cheap to the free but so
dear to the inmates ot a cell. Mrs
Newman was listened to with marked
Miss Minnie Parker rendered :v select
reading iu her fluished style, to the
great gratification of her hearers, and
tiv simple but exceedingly pleasing ex
ercises ceased. The prison ollicialn ex
tended the warm hearted visitors all
the assistance iu their power, and seem
ed to bo pleased at the allevatioti of
the gbnom and solitude of ih-ir charge
The philanthropic party vis-ited the
asylum and adorned the walls with
baskets of flowers and talked with a
number of inmates. Tho most profuse
thanks were tendered them by those
able to comprehend their generous in -tent
ions, and th8 softening influence of
the gifts was plainly noticeable on aP.
Here too the officers kindly 0.0 operat
ed. It is not invidious to say that to Mr-.
Newman is due the chief credit for the
success of this unique but helpf 1
charity. It cannot be too much com
Besides these there were some,
among the very few extremely p or
and sick, who had occasion to thank
the noble hearts cngoged in the hal
lowed tak of lightening affliction.
War: jck s,
Best 5 and 10 cent Cigars, at
P.irlor and bedroom se's in all f-tyle
at lowest i rices at Bceeck's. 59tf
Ths ice Man.
Jos. Fairfield has established an of
fice at Monarch billiard hall, where he
will contract with consumers to supply
ice for the season at the lowest terms.
The best heef in tne city always can
be found at Peterson Bros, market.
Important to Travelers.
Special inducements are offered you
by the Burlington route. It will pay
you to read their advertisement to be
found elsewhere in this issue. 4tf
A good two horse farm wagm for
sale. Enquire at Bennett & Lewis.
if you want to get you a Drooni that
will give the bpst satisfaction for the
pame mouey ask your dealer for Dor
ack's b.OJins d2S-lmo
Orders for hand made brooms at
tended to promptly at the Western
broom factory. d'2s-lmo
Che ice. pure fresh mixed candv at
Jim Autill's for oalv 2o cnts a pound.
Farmers. The best place, in the
city to get your diauer, is at tho Co -lage
House, fi;h St., near M .in, Platts
mouth, Neb. maySOwti.
Tbo iest Cwn t W.rric43. 13 ,
Train Tim 9.
Under Iho chaugo in time passenger
tiains leave thy depot h'-re ns follow:
No. 1 wefet, 8:15 aj m.
No, 3 vest, 0:50 p. in.
K. O. St. J. & C. B. north 5:1. n. ui.
6:3" p. m.
C. B. & Q. , north, 7:43 a. m.
Omaha stub north 8:35 a. in
4 " 5:40 p. m.
Trains arrive as follows
No. 2 , Denver express G:23 p. m.
No. 4, " 9.25 a.m..
K. C. St. J. &, C. B. oitst 9:15 a. m.
44 .4 t it .4 4. 4. X4 p ,n
C. B. Q. Omaha r:ut 5:30 p. m.
S (; ! M Elt COM PL A 1 N TS .
Fumi I a Can Afford to he Without
a Safe and Reliable Rrmtily.
The BurDassinjr excellence of
Marsh's Tonic Astringent, for E jwel
Complaints, Is acknowledged' by all
who have tried it. It is a eafe, rapid
and effectual cure for Diarrhoea, Dyeen
try, Cholera Morbus, Cholera Infantum,
and all relaxed aud deranged condition
of the Stomach and Bowels. It i a
ielightful remedy for children of all
ages, us well a? adults, and can bo ad
ministered to the most delicate person
with perfect safety and confidence.
Marsh's Tonic Astringent is for
sale by .Smith & Black Bros, druggist,
PlaUsinouth, Pfcc 5o cents
STR A W B K It I II ICS EVERY DAY at
7'Jtf. Bennett & Lewis'.
CORN COU pipes in every
Fifty cents will buy the Marsh
Ague Ccre liquid or pills. For sale
by Smith & Bl ick Bros.
For Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Brui-es,
Swellings, .Sprains, Sores, Burns, P.les
etc., use. Marsh's Cream Liniment
For sale by Smith & Black Bros, wl.ifi
A large stock of watches, chains and
charms, just received at L. C. Erven's.
Iq purchasing a refrigerator see Hen
ry Boeeek's new stock aud get pi ices
before purchasing. 59tf
For sale Irish setter dog, well broke,
and good rftriever. This i a young
dog and a vry line animal.
8Slf R. Baciielpeu
Try Ayers Catharic Pills!
mild and pleasant in action,
ough and searching in eftWl.
NEW POTATO LS. at
79 if. Bennett
Two huudred and forty acre.-; under j
fence, with running wiles', and one j
half mile from the e'.tv. Applv t" I
51 tf " W. S. Wisi:. !
Win E. Whittemore, M. I)., homoe
paihic physician and surgeon. Oflice
in FitZiicrald block. Residence south
west corner Pearl and 10th streets. Of
fice hours 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 ur.d 7f
8p. m. w8tf
" What causes the great ruii at Will
J. Warrick's Drug Store.' Tho free I
distribution of sample bottles of Dr :
Bosanko's Cough and Luug Syrup, the i
most popular remedy for Cough, Colds, ;
f'onsumptions iind Bronchitis now on j
the market. Regular si.e 50 cents and
That water will not run up hill,
that a kiss is sweeter than it looks
and looks better after dark,
YOU OUGHT to KNOW
money can be saved, and a square
deal had at Wcscott's, the Boss
Clothier, as he does not deal in the
inferior lines adapted to the fixed
purposes ot bankrupt and assig
We avoid all gag schemes, sell
to all alike and treat our custo
mers with the utmost fairness. A
clothing and furnishing iroods on
nana, ana we are
viucuau in eiouDr, teat our stateiaents are correct, that our goods are
the beet, and that it is to your interest to trade with WiSCOTT
Late styles-in Straw and Fur Hats, AV.-cltiea in Xedtwsar, faU June of"'
Jruaks, Vahces, fcc, Src. Everybody welcome.
2,0)0 packages of nbk aud ribou
scraps put up in iweorted hi for :.'."('.
.)c, 75 , and ft.bd each, any on of
which will be m uled, postago paid, on
receipt ot pric Address
The .1 W Maiiey Mercantile Co.
Ht. Josi p!i, M'.
A fhio slock of rilver ware jut
ceiv.-d a'. L. C. Erven's. 3tf
t?to tho now block of silverware at
L. C. Ervaa'a before buying elsewhere.
Boat assortment of silverwan
town to select presents from at L
Call anil see L'k.
1 wit l. lo notify the public tliat I am
now open tor business, at Joe McVcy'x
old stand, where I have lu stock a full
line of Kentucky whl-ikien, St. Louis
beer, wines and cigars An., as good kh
the best. 57dlf II. M liONS.
Fush Vegetables and Fruits re : lv
ed every day, at
79lf. Be met t. fc Lewis.
Es rav Notice
Taken up by tho uudei signed in
Phttisiiioutli precinct on the 29ih day of
May, 1891. One aorrtl mare pony with
star 111 for. head, supposed to bo about
5 pears old. I f not claimed and costs
paid as provided by law, tho same will
be disposed of to satisfy coMs.
79tf Geo. IIornn.
Al Charlie Warren's, the old reliable
barber's, shaving 10c, hair cut 25c,
shampoo 25c, sea foam 10c. mustache
black 25c, Shop opposite opera house
give him a call. d31ml
Go to C. G. Herold's new store for
bargains in ready made clothing, hats,
caps, and gents furnishing goods. 15dtt
Money saved by buying hand made
brooms, ask your dealer for them.
That taint ot fcroiula in your blood
can be wholly eradicated by Ayer's
Piuniond WuJi Finish, bent aud chear
est. ready for ue by adding hot water,
at Fisher's drug store.
All contestants for the 25 premium agere?'
ing above amount, offered by Iilack weirs iJur
bam Tobacco Co.. must olrrc the following
conditions on which the premiums are to be
awarded: All bags muHt bear our original
Bull Durham label. U. 8. Revenue Sump, and
Caution Notice. The baes roust be done up
securely in a puckoge with name and address
ofsender.and number of bags contained plain
ly marked on the outside. Charges must be
prepaitl. Contest clnr.es November sott. A 11 pack
ages should be forwarded December 1st, and
murt reach us at Durham not later than Decern-bn-
lUh. No mniter where you reMde. send
your package, advise us by mail that you have
done so. and state the number of bags sent.
Names of successful contestants, with number
rf bag3 returned, will be published. Dec. 22. in
Hos'on. Herald: New York, lltratd; Philadel
phia, Time: Durham, N. C. TcAvirco Jtaut;
New Orleans, Tim'-Democrat: Cincinnati, t.n
rr.:irer: Chicago, Vnily Hcv-s; San Franeibeo,
liLACKWELL's DfRHAM TOBACCO CO.,
Dl'HHAII. N. C.
1very genuine package has picture or Bull.
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