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TIIK DAJ.LV ULIiALli, i'JwTTb.M'OtfT!l,
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YiaKs LSbAV, iN'OVKAIJIEIt HO, 187.
)t piattsmoutl) Da'tln Ueralb!
Publishers & Proprietors.
A Salisbury Dentist, In Kofk-
FAIR CIGAR FABRICATORS.
lo I hear a cliickon cackel.
Or, ii it a wagon's rattle?
No, it's a woman's tongue unwinding ;
She. with lier iiHkUUoi-h fault is fimUni;.
"Our Irish Visitors" to-night.
Kd Buffner was in Omaha to-day.
For the December Term of Court-
Two Interesting Cases.
The docket for the December term of
the district court which open9 Monday,
Dec. 5, for this county, is out. There
are 122 cases on the docket, eight of
which are divorce cases,
The petit jury is made up of the fol
lowing named gentlemen: Henry Coop
er, John Albert, J. L. Gordon, John Lane,
A. W. Bricker, "Yf. F. Scottcn, P. S.
Armstrong, Geo. Amick, S. 0. Latta
Women Fr Superior to Mn in neir
Delicacy of Touch and Dexterity.
Tlio lifo of a femalo worker in a "Fabrica
de Tabaeos" is laborious and not very well
paid, but it is cheery. Two millions of
pounds of tobacco are on an average manipu
lated in a factory employing, say, 4,(XKJ
i.fwiu A dexterous female operative may
There are five make in a day from ten to twelve "ntados-'
or bundles, each containing nny cigars,
it is questionable whether her average u
pend exceeds the Spanish equivalent of one
shilling and sixpence a day. Elder women aro
employed in making, at somewhat higher
wages, a very tine rappee snun caneu mu-
do f railes," or monks' mixture, which is gar
bled with "almagra," a red earth brought
from the vicinity of Carthagena.
It is not alone in the great cities or. mo
a passenger to
.lames Patterson, II. C. Calkins, Simon
i:. II. Windham was in Omaha to- Clark, Geo. A. Bucll, Geo. Young, Dan 1enilisuja that tno cigar making industry
jjay. Hay, Sanl Martin, A. Todd, Win. Eiken- gives employment to crowds of women, for
the most part young, it may uo
incidentally that the Spanish "cigarreras-'
are a very healthy race and enjoy a remarka
ble immunity from febrile maladies. In the
citv of New York alone it is estimated that
there are 130,0UU clgarmaoerB, a uuSo pii
tion of whom are women, and it is a note
worthy fact that tho industry is almost
wholly native, cigarmakers by trade form
ing but a tiny quota in the great army of
immigrants from Europe landed in the
course of every year on the shores of tho
Notice to Woman's Relief" Corps
At the rev; -l:'r meeting Dec. there
will be an i: ; ction of tho corps by
corps inspci ; Kvcry iittn.b.r is re
quested to b ; i : suit.
Louis Kohrcl was
Omaha last evening.
L. C, Mercer and family returned
last evening from Aurora, 111
Phil Kraus has added to his confec
tionary stand au elegant peanut roaster.
Miss Nettie Ballance gave a very
pleasant party at her home last evening.
Call for Michigan eating apples also
Miel.iiMii and New York cider lit Phillip
bary, C. F. Davis. John Cook, J. Cline,
W. B. Taylor, A. M. Furguson, L. Russell.
Two of the civil cases are of great in
terest to the citizens of Plattsmouth, aud
each of them is the outcome of interest.
The first is a suit from A. K. Alexan
der against ttli3 city for about $iJ,0OO.
From what we can learn of this case it
appuars that about 1870-1 S. X. Mcrriam
bought lots for thoir taxes in this city on
what arc now Chicago and Washington
avenues, aud when those roads, were
Possiblv the German cigarmakers can find
as much work as they want at Bremen, at
Hamburg and at the cast end of London. In
i vkiimnina iainnHa thn ladies have de-
UIV J. Ullliw -
A new accomodation car was brought opened the city condemned them for ejjiy the best of it in comparison with the
out of the shops this morning and sent road purposes. After this Merriam died ruder sex as cigarmakers, there being at
" r ' . , ' , . . , . . t. , fa v V Manilla a cheroot factory employing i,000
west on No. 1. and left his right to the lots to A. L. against only V-W male artificers,
passed Alexander, who now claims tliat no sat- whiio at Cavite there are 5,ooo ana at maia-
An elegant new sb;cpe
through last night on the western train,
named the "Sa-.igaman".
Mrs. John A. McMurphy came down
f r,. m ()in ili:i this inornin-' to visit her
m - r . -
sister, Mrs. James Pctte .
sfaction was ever made by the city to S.
X Mnrriam or himself for the tax deeds
n tlic lots, aud brings action through
his attorney, S. P Vannatta, to recover
the cost of the lots with interest at 40
bon 2,000 cigar workers, tho great majority
of whom are women. Negresses, mulattoes
and quadroons are also extensively employe!
in the cigar lactones or Havana.
Formerly they suffered keenly from the
competition of the Chinese coolies, who at
present, to the exclusion oi ieroaio juwi ,
the chief fabricators of cigars at San Fran
cisco; but in the historic factories of Havana
tho prime brands of cigars are always fiu-
pcr cent, the first two years and at 12 per
lingular meeting of the W. C. 1 . U. I cent for every year after the condein
tomorrow afternoon at o o clock, at the n;ug 0f the ground, as provided by law, hed by white men. Otherwise the dexter-
residence of Mrs. S. A. Davis. the -otal of which will be about !f:j,lUU. ity and delicacy or touenonne
-MrsWaito, of Lincoln, who has When the la s were condemned the city .XX In
been visitin" her daughter, Mrs. W. n. treasurer was auiuonzeu io pnjf tha application of the touch oi gum an iue
Malick returned home this morning.
-Harvey Holloway returned from the
western part of the state this morning,
wher.; lie has been employed by the I. cc
claims on the property, but at that time tip, on the proper disposition of which the
a tax deed was not 'considered wcrth ftTJt
WUUUUil Mm "-"v
much, and whether S. N. Merriam con- her arrogant rival and ty rant,
tested a c laim or not there seems to be no It is difficult, however, to find a civilized
country in which prodigious numbers of wo-
record. 1 . k-Kitiiniiv pnni a livelihood by
Tha other case is that of John Fitzger- tnhacco or cisrar factories, not
A lady aged 70 years, died yesterday M ys cit of iiattsmoutli. This is the because their labor can be cheaply obtained,
avenue tude for carryjngout the processes employed.
McEntee London Pa er.
will hold i:
at 2 o'clock
tnnce to be !
The stan ;
plaint is Wt
Foil Sam :
i block wir.
houee of six
wenty-seyt : .
gard to tb
Fig Tonic i
No cure, m-
$1. For s.;
er fraud. '.
Will J. W:
;i:ity Agricultural Society
i::n:i(l nn'ctiiig Saturday
; i ho rounty jutle's olfice
J'usini't-s i" inior-
:"::!') ( ::)::ii;;:, President,
i I.C. UntiiiK, Secretary.
at Uock liluffs and was burried there to-
i1:iv IIr mime was rivcn us as a Mrs.
The Y. L. K. R. A. will give a social
at tho Readiug Room Thursday evening
e l to all
outcome of the oia Chicago
bonds. It appears that Chas.
cnntr.n-ted to ooen ui) Chicaso ave. grade
it, etc., and take the bonds voted by the
citv in iwvment. Thev were issued to
Jokes on the Credulous.
Ao far back as I can remember," said a
crontlpman who devotes his leisure to the col-
A r-rtpli:il invitation is extend- l. ,nf nt T07f 70 nml lie wtimi at rurios. "every now and then a
- . . I i 1 1 11 L V I- IH. MUiuuuv w 4 . - - t - ... ... .
..i.i Hfr v:t.,.r,l.l. In Mr. hoax has appeared ana oeen "-J-
1:..1 It. h tha nnWic. But so many hoaxes
J. W. Chambers, representing a St. Fitzgerald's hands they drew inierest and have been sprung upon the community of re-
Louis irrain dealing firm, arrived in the oavments were made from time to time cent years that people are more riicai
The first hoax I re-
was e-enerallv believed in was
At first the intereit was simple but trie that jewelers would pay $5 a pound for
i..r;r,-.f or. nrr-nt: nf fr. P.itzorerald to Hirar ashes. This crazo was in vogue all
tit l L1V11E V. Mi k'wuw . - - 4B) I -o - , J a
I ai an1 Ywu-tnlA iisod TO Can V
city treasurer changed the interest to jmar to collect the
compound and the debt grew faster than 1, ju. Few ever undertook to find out
f , ,.. nAn. on,l U nnw aMiiPars TA-hnther the story was true unui no uau iuo
MUJUICULJtiwiu.uv -t l , -,1.1 T,r1V,or, of CTOirSP.
that the city lids paid in the neighborhood una purl
of 1.",000 on the original $7070r70 of sued tliis fad, although a moment's considera-
bonds and still a bill af $3-100 is present- tion woum "--"
ed. La.t summer, as the readers ot ttie ttv comnound. People who wrote to the
iT,..nxv,;n rnllprf tho citv council ,,trs for information in regard to the non-
111.1... ..... , j..- . - J.V
attempted to call in the bonds and close L an
the case up. 3Ir. Fitzgerald claimta leut rather disagreeable dentifrice.
:Jo00 legally due him, but the council "Then came the story that Queen Victoria
couldn't see it and offered $2000 to set- 7"
tie. This offer was rejected and Mr. directiy to the heart of the small boy, and
Fitzgerald has filed suit against the city, many an urchin played truant so that he
through his attorney, M. A. Ilartigan,
. j 1
:t l.: l.r.ni.r to ,r.tliont nnvspttlement. than tney usea w w.
cny una muiiiiiiij, .in o i us t uuuvioi.ii.vi, .v-w. i jjjgmtjgj. that
.li.lin rtarknr and C. C. Wriirht of
Glenwood were over this morning mak
ing preparations for the administrator's
sale of 50 acres of the O'Neil estate,
-Miss Minnie CalTerty, who has been
employed in the Herald composing
room for several months, left this inorn-
l n rr for !): Witt, called there by the
serious illness of her mother.
Dr. O'Leary, who lias been in the
city for about a month, practicing and
lecturing left this morning for Nebraska
City, where he will give a series of
lectures and practice medicine.
Geo. Mutz has sold to Chas. Holmes
a car load of cord and one of stove hard
wood which Mr. Holmes is shipping to
Lincoln, and if it proves a money mak
ing scheme more will follow.
Once in a while before election
an enthusiastic democrat would tell how
the democrats of Nebraska were eating
the republicans up. The official couut
of the vote of the state shows Judge
Maxwell's plurality over O'Day, his pop
ular democratic opponent, to be ;50,177.
Those figures speak for the republican
Died: Sonhia Hauer, daughter of
John Bouer, died last evening at p. m.
of typhoid fever. She was 13 years 5
months and 2G days of age. The funer
al will occur tomorrow rnorniug at 10
o'clock from the family residence on the
corner of Vine and Sixth streets, all
friends of the family being inviUd to
attend. One very sad feature of the
death is the severe illness of the mother
and two other children with the same
disease. Tli3 family have the sympa
thy of the community.
for the $:3"00 with interest since Nov. 1,
The term "Chicago Avenue IJonds"
lias become familiar to all Plattsmouth
citizens, and the case will bean interest
Lloyd On Monday, Nov. 2tst at 3 p.
m. Hallie May, aged 7 months and 21
days. She was the only child of Mr.
and Mrs. P. M. Lloyd.
Hard drv wood $4.50 per cord.
Leave orders with John Tutt at L. D.
Russian Officers Studying English.
A considerable number of officers of th
could hunt in the ash barrels in front of the
down town offices. Business men had the
souls worried out of them by youngsters beg
rintr for stamps. When the fabulous gen
erosity of the queen began to be doubted a
new story was circulated. It was that of a
poor Old invalid lady who was offered a nice
homp, for the rest of her life as soon as she
had collected the million stamps, Then peo
ple went around collecting stamps for the
benefit of the mythical old lady. The craze
soon died out. It was always supposed to
imcn hpn originated by dealers who took
this way of booming the trade in used post
age stamps. The button fad followed. No
one seemed to know how many buttons had
to h collected on a string before the task was
accomplished. It ranged from 1,000 to 1,000,
000, according to the success of the collector.
Whilo the fever lasted many a fond father
went to work in the morning with his clothes
pinned on. The last craze was for business
o-irria It was almost universally followed,
but soon died out. Fortunes were made and
imn chiefly first lieutenants and lost in the manufacture oi euomoauuu
wntnf oomnnnies. are suddenly evincing ing cards. New York Evening bun.
V4SMAA.' - X I -
Neckties and Cloves
Neckties were never before in such bright
end vivid contrasts. Satin and silk four in
bands are the correct thing, and are worth
about $1 or $1.50 a piece. Of course, we do
not have so large a trade in tho wm
no in tha summer. Blazers, tennis
a remarkable solicitude to acquire a prac
tical knowledge of English. Several military
acquaintances of mine whom I have ques
tioned on tho suojecs wouia not liumn. iot
f irt which I have now learned oy acciacnc,
that the war ministry has recently offered
ti incentive to a eiven number oi these oin-
5n ihn Khaoe of increased pay ana ranK
- i 1nnv,.am I . . . - L!. . A vf .onffm It'll nil
so soon as ineir proudum. j . uu. ."o"" ana yacnung wm w mo vuu v.. ronov,..,
i j Ttt-ovtHL I was naturally curious enougn articles for summer wear are oi sucn ugm.
to inquire a little further, but the marked shades that they soil quickly and necessitate
reticenca of my military friends at once a large supply.
Murray & Murphy will appear to-night
at the Watterman opera house, in "Our
Irish Yisitors." They come with the
highest praise. The following are a few
comments made by the New Y'ork dailies:
Sun: ".Murray cc Jlurpny arc among
the cleverest of all Irish Cemediaus.
Telegram: "Murray fc Murphy re
ceived a welcome that must have glad
dened their hearts. Their faces are their
Sun: "The play has been considered
rather noiv. but it was silence itself
compared with the laughter .nd applause
in the Audience
New Y'ork Herabl: "Our Irish Yis
itors" at the Third Avenue. The audi
ence at the Third Avenue last night was
treated to the comedy, "Our Irish Yis
itors." From the beginning to the end
they were in a continual uproai, especial
ly whn Mr. Thomas E. Murray, 3Ir.
Mark Murphy, Mr. Charles W. Y'oung
- . . I . I II. I IIHL I1U 13 ami Do T 1M. w Z
and Mr. James ueiuy lormea into a; A few quince seeds boiled in water and ij 10 qoo pardons but it to me occurred
iKartstte of ballet dancers in real ballet perfumed will keep tho hair in curl longer . th-ttgil by all hazard an Indian.' 'Ah! not
style. The kissing song, by May Tern- than any other preparation. j exactiy j replied. 'He is not an Indian, but
"We have a number of novel-
proved to me that a certain amount of se- ties in silk suspenders, in Scotch plaids and
crecy had been imposed upon them. A cap- colored embroidery, with silver and gold
tain of artillery admitted, however, to me piated buckles and mountings. They range
tiw. hr and his fellow military students of from 43 to 10. Gloves are coming in again
Ei"-lish anticipated that their promiseu pro- for evening wear, especially lor dancing par
motion would be by tranferrence to the ties. Ladies do not like to have their light
Transcaspian or eastern Asiatic divisions evening dresses soiled by sweaty hands, and
with an advance 01 num. uueasu w. r-- 1 gome men's nanus wui perc.pii e. j
don News. wear the old colors, in yeuow. Drown ana
tan, with broad, heavy stitching, su j noia
popular favor. Collars aro not quite so mgu.
and the corners are turned in front, makin
them more comfortable for the neck.
One on the Hoosler Schoolmaster.
O. A. Stevens relates in The Los Angeles
Tribune that some years ago ho met Rev. Dr.
Edward Eggleston in Switzerland, and went
with him to a diligence bureau to secure Lim
a nlace to Chamounix. "I acted," says Mr.
Stevens, "as interpreter, and noticed the
clerk lookine with awe at Dr. Eggleston'
tall form, lone hair, sombrero and novel cut
of clothes, for he affected the western air
then. 'What is that man there, an Amen
,.Hn V the clerk asked me in French. 1 es,
answered. He hesitated a minute and con
turned, looking again at the hair and hat, us
it that he is a savaged 'Savage J not at alL'
His Latin Was Knsty.
TV.0 nnnoel tells the following anecdote:
At a grand dinner party a guest as clumsy
with his hand as he is witty drops a piece of
Dickled tongue upon the lap of his lair neign-
lir "Pardon me. madam," cried he, it is
not. thf first lapsus linguae I have made to
day." Tho laugh evoked by tho clever hit set
a stout fellow who was not deeply learned in.
Latin to thinking. "I can do that as well,"
he thought to himself, and deliberately drops
a mutton chop upon the lap of his unlucky
wWihor. exclaiming at tne same u.
"NoUiiug but a lapsus linguae."
In polishing shoes, if tho blacking is moist
ened with a little milk instead of water, they
will polish with less time and effort.
Iv.-r Pill ; t!
::o p'.ils ;.'-V-.
1 reasonable terms my
N. Vv . cj: iii t o ! Kim and
riMKTtV "Moists of
' t pn
rood storv !.: a
m.s. tuo wanlrvbes
v. 'l and c"::y water;
:itig appb: t r .-. and an
i.:.ll n nit of all I.inds.
P. D. Batk.s.
Ccr.su I i
:;ist or . :-;i-'..:i in re
undi'rful Couvb Cure
v S;.i.( W'.s uvA :ialyeat's
-.!; blood and !;i.ligcstion.
n (u:r. l. 1 i ic-r- .0c and
k- XV. .1. W:-.n:.:k.
i:.::de thick t-nougTi to cov
. and exporione:; iilnstrates
. :.: i :t, v. IiLii oiu:.' becomes
a'.liized. .Tiidi;.' the (Jua-
you find '.:i in. Dr.
cllic Cough V re, Iialy-
;r the blood
)0c and :?1. j
r sale by
:. .-otJ'sSnj; Chc-pp-
The best i
Bu' j'our ;
store in Ca:
d tf. wl. .
, li-atlier sole .C".
: f;lipp;;r 1, worth $1.25.
tot.--, s-2, woitii v--0.
",!. -.vorth ?3.
r.ots y'i.oO. v.-onii ..i.2.
'.! ;::isiioc y2. v. ... th S2.50.
i.ofl fhots. th'j bust school
r t sbof s a, tin- new shoe
V rsonal at'
to my care.
surauce Wri; .
:wi to till r.vs'n :
-.!. A!.!;i;cls i'rji,:iiled, In
al lt;iU: M:.i.
r li'.akin? l';:nu I.uan than
r.'r lizit ska
b'UQH & Knco's
CO !f COMEDY COMPANY.
stage scene v
: i-rs, DancLrf aiul ;
. ( tc.
: reet Car Co. will
this entertainment each
evening aft : ilie shov,-.
i NtaviL o.Aiii 1
. : NY
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"s Xerve v.r-
i-:i:e f.-r I'.y u rl
. .'s iTvtms Nc-r ' :
-i "si r..if :i c v-v
;:. ; ef tt'e .!uiiil
! t " lii!M r-, i c:" :
1 v , J'.ai i t'i;ne-s. I
i .. !iH.l:ay I.'.s--'
- . .I J.y evi-r-o . ;
. ovcr-'n-tr.'.K" -'-!
. i'V -laUI!S!t.
j.w, s-ut by rati:
Plush ! Velvet Shor
In order to Induce our Stock of the above goods wc
shall, commencing with today, give FOine
Extraordinary Values in These Lines.
Our $18 Silk Plush Manteau, Plush Hall Trimmings, for
Our 20 Alaska Seal Plush Jacket, Satin Lined, for,
Our 22.50 Alaska Sl:i1 Plu.h Manteau, Plush Hall Trimmings, lor
Our 25 Alaska Seal Plush Manteau, Nutria li;dl Trimmings, for
Our 25 Alaska Seal Plusli Medjeska Jacket. Plush 15all Trimmings, for. . . .
Our 27 Alaska Seal Plush Manteau, PIuh Pflll Trimmings, for
Our $:J0 'Alaska Seal Plush Manteau, Plush iJall inmmings, lor. . . . . .
Our 35 Alaska Seal Plush Manteau, Plush and Ueaver Hall Trimmings, for.
. 22. Li)
have genuine seal skin ornaments and are
elegantly lined with satin.
Our $35 and $i0 Velvet Mnnteaus are very riehly trimniel
- . . . . . ..ir
with jet and gimps and have a Jiandsom satin lining.
Uur price reduced to Sl'.l.OO.
At Greatly Reduced Prices.
- - 1 r
Xext week we will have our holiday goous ready lor
lino ol 15ri!S3
ulars in next week's i sue.
VJC1V Will lUUC f-,
inspection and we shall show the largest
and Plush Goods ever shawn in this City.
Ladies Should Remember That We aro Headquarters for
Everything Pertaining to Art Embroidery Needle Work,
Watclies.GlocksJewGlry, Eellsw Ware, MM JbwbIti
GOLD PENS, OPTICAL GOODS,
And everything in the yny of Jewelry cm be- fi-ur.d in our v.-cll selected stock. We
have purchased a large stock of the ab.ivcs naiiu d goods for the coming
holiday trade, which we propose to sell at reasonable prices
and will endeavor to discount Omaha prices 2(!j'J.
Our Stoci f WA-TC:
And can not be excelled. We have in stock watch movements
of the finest makes, rucii as tho
Howard, Waltham, Elgin, Hampden,
Springfield, Columbus, Aurora,
Vnd many other makes, encased in the b-.-t of gold, coin .silver, nickel, silverine,
silverore, silveridc and silycroid. V. e also ki p in Mock a lino of solid
silver and plated spoons, etc., which will be Mld at low prices.
jrr'Now is the time to select your Chru-linas presents while our
stock is so complete. Our gooiis tire all new and of latest designs.
GAULT & VASS, JEELERS,
South Side Main Street. DOVKY BLOCK
Weseott is .ILHL-.11 e Ring. -
Dr. E. C. V
if aleubo! o
sanity aud 1:
er in either -mat
WE Gl . ATITZS SIS
To cure an- -With cai-U or.if-r reeiveil
lj-usfor six iM-.s. accontpnaterl ivirn ?5 00.
we will semi t: i-'iirciiaser iiir v. riiJen jjuarMU
te to retur n-uisov if tl:e ;:ttn-iit ilovs
not effect a ;iar:iiitees isKd u!y 1-y
Will J, "War. i s-.ie a-nt, riatM.iont a. Neb.
i.y iIih i.se
;:llit i '?.(,
s i f ';-
. an Sj fr
::on of 'he
- I 00 a Ix'x
jleton, wa1 enjoyed very mudi, especial-
! an India nian." 'Ah! precisly.
lv by the boys in the g illery, who helped Bakinssoda dissolved in siirits of cam- Antl, thanks to the mau's niystification,
I thought I recthcxtro
her in tha kissing-soun I part of it. The phor aial apphed to corns night ana morning j ',Dr EggJesm got seat in tae unpen:
jest of the company were pi aisewortbj. wm Urcly remova them. ' bad Rlrewly bwn ergagl.V
unperial that All work w .
: 1 I.OJli. I'LAl
". .; x clalty.
. of Laughing
: IXl'IH.N KB.
-4 ttlie FEo:rrVi
-LUZERNE FITTING SILLS,
And doing business at the Old St ;i.d v.il'i a c iy t ompb.-l;- H;j
Furnishing Good-s H its, ( :!).-. Glov: s. F:c.
Double I Seated
Ik id hey PjWectos)
V1U outwear hi I i two pair ot
o.dinary Draw,. K
-LUZERXE BITTHQ ELLS,-
We stli congress clie.-t tli'eld uixk-rsltii r suid (;u!!e
(: iUJl ;'... v.
i:. n ICOTT. TJ:e'lJt:-,-.
al-0 ail tiaues 111 unuwwrai. x-i.t ;n:l C .''
oi' Clothing ai.d
I! !e::se you.
We will pay the above reward fcr any
case of liver complaint,. dyspejis:n. side
headache, indigestion, constipatit:.
costiveness we cannot cure w '.!'.;
West's Vegotaide Liver Pills, when in
directions are strictly complied with.
They are purely vegetable, and in-v.-r
fail to give satisfaction. Large boxes
containing 30 sugar coattd pills, 25c.
For sale by all drugsists. Beware of
counterfeits and imitations. The genu
ine manufactured only by John O. est
& Co., 832 W. Madison St. Chicagj. III.
Sold by W. J. Warrick.
C.'l't t?M inn.. . .:,...! r..tt
..i i.ieu ran i.;r 1 nee and terms
upon Winhauf & Davi
ot Cci-. Co.
Hon. H. W. Crady
The Statesman, Scholar and True
American, set an example worthy of re
flection for all True Americans. Hoalino
wounds that no methods except thoo
used by Heaps' Camphorated Arnica Salve
which is told on its merits for any use
that a salve can be used. No cure no
pay. For sale by the following dm,
gist. Priae 33c pw box.
W. J: WAXftrtK
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