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PLuYTTSMOUTII, NEJIKASKA, T1IUKSIAY 13VKXING, .HAY 2!, 18SS.
NU31HKII 2 JO
t'otim-iiaieu, 1st ward.
A Disastrous Runaway.
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Jamki 1'ATrEKMON.JK. became fi iiditened and ran awav. throw-
it VllON I I. UK I a
A m.ioi.k mg Mr. V ctty and his little daughter from
W ll Mai.ivk the wa-ron. The c hild sustained internal
Hoard Tub. Work
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I Hit. A SHU-MAN
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injuries which ma- prove fatal, nnd Mr.
Vctty was badly cut and bruised about
I. unity lnvuurcr, -
li-.uty ri. rk.
Ki-cor.li-r t Deeds
"t--rk of IM-lucl Co irf.
. tl'rn.- . - -
Sunt. ! I'lili. School.
County J a
IW Vltl OK HL'l'KKVISOK.S,
A. II. Ti'll.
' !.! IS l' iM.17., Cll'lll.,
A. II. 1I K.SON,
i A. CAMI'KKl.t.
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w. ii. r.Mi.
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W. C. SlIOWALTKll
Ma yn aui st-i.v k
A School Master's Bride.
Fkkmoxt, Neb., May 24. lroi'ssor J.
A. Hornbcrgx-r, piincipal of the rc-mont
city school, is just now receiving the
congratulations of scores of friends, lie
was married at Nevada. Ia., on Monday,
May 21, to Miss Emily I'urkhiser of that
place. The professor and bride have ar
rived in Fremont.
i v Tuf-ihiy evei.llni of each week. All
transient hi'ut Ik-is arc reenectf ully Invited to
J1A-4S I.OIMIK Nn. 1J. 1 O. O.
A Texas Cyclone.
IJoniiam, Tex., May Information
from Rrookston, a .small town tweut-iive
miles cast of here, is to the effect that a
riattsiiKMiUi cvclone nasscd over tint nluce at 4:30
1 17 i . . . . tt ....... I 1
uir,M,s ..,.r .
una cvi'iini" iiciiioiisimi", inree or lour
houses and seriously injuring five or six
persons. One house was blown across the
track. The wires are down nnd details arc
very meager. It is thought that a irreat
deal of damage was done in the vicinity
Ben Norris, a negro, who was fatally in- j
jured, says that an old man and his son I
were in a box car with him and they !
have not vet been accounted for. There j
DARKNESS HAS UNKNOWN TERRORS
An Incident with a Moral Tliut Hup
ened In u .Minneapolis IInHltul.
"For heaven's sake turn nn thn li Hitl rtn
is also said to be another tramp buried in It quick or I Khali go mad!"
the ruins. I A woman's voieo almost scrwchoJ forth
. : this command Slio lay tossing uoii on iron
Trouble Oover an Election. j c-ot in a room in ono of tho Minneni)o:is hos-
T ..i, i r o. a i ' I 'ita,s- " as 3'oung in years, but the deep
LlTTl.K Hx-K, Ark., May 2.J. Artyiocs j lines oiH.or still handsome faco arid I., r
from Augusta report great excitement; era! apearaiiee were only too Kugcstivu of
there, frrowinnr out of the. went ,.,, ,,-,1 i a llI or wua dissipation, bho was a womaa
eloctiou. As near as can be ascertained
Ill.A 'ITMOI'TH KM'AMI'M KNT No. a. I. O.
1 O. K.. iiit-t-l h eveiy alteroale Friday In
eaeli i.cnili in I lie Maximii: Hall
J.n-l lu-is are itiviled to attend.
rM:i) i.i)1i;k no. si
every alternat Friday evenlnir at K. of I.
halt. Transient Itriithert are respertf ully In
vited tontu-n I. K.J. Morgan. Master Vorkiiau ;
K. S. It trtow. Foreman ; t rank i;ro n. Over
seer; I. It.nvi-ti. Olllile; ie.iiie Ilouuo t i,
Keeorder ; II. .1. Johnson. Financier; Wati.
Siiillh. lii-eeiver; M. Ma) hriiilit. fai-l M. W. ;
Jack I'aiixheriy, Inside Guard.
A Pow Wow of Braves.
CiiAuitox, Neb., May 24. The Indians
. o. U. w. Meets at Cheyenne agency are holding a con
ference in regard to surrendering the
land recently opened. The conferenc
the particulars as follows: The Knights
of Labor hud two candidates G. K.
Whitcomb, a white man, and a colored
man named Wilson, the latter being a
school teacher. The democrats had for
their candidates .lame's II. Campbell and
Walter Sayle. The polls were surround
ed all day by a large crowd of colored
people, and at night it was announced
that the democratic ticket was elected by
two yotes. This the negroes dcnounccel
as fraudulent nnd must be righted or
trouble would be the result. In a very
short time knives, guns and pistois cou d
be seen on all sieles. The negroes re
fused to be arrestee!, and their ringlead
ers escaped from the town, but were
pursued by by officers and brought back.
It is but just to say that the judges of
the tlectiou were of the two parties, two
being elcmocrats ami two Knights of
Labor. It is generally belicveel that ser
ious trouble will ensue.
KhiloMophy of Writing Heails."
The Kuyal rule that a. life wsi it rto.r lianil
commences on the 21st inst., and consists should tell In brief the s!jry that follows in
of all the chie fs and under chiefs of the dotail ia one that- is never disputed. But
- ... how hard is it to conform tn tiiic. n.Ai a
agency. 1 He live principals are Red complicated account of some business matter
MODKKN WoooMKN -i"uu, poueei j-.iK, i oung-Man-Alraul- is not easily indexed in half a dozen lines.
of America Meets second and fourth Mob- of-IIi Ituri. T..11 lt,.r T fLXt especially when, aa is nearly alwava oV-
iiiu.111 iffi . liih impB mntr. ;n n .
I . .um vwnuuu tx ari -
4 1 ASH CAM I NO. 33:
tl :.v tiVf niiiLT at K. of 1. hsJI. All trAiisieilt
a-. rui inuuf Iik niuuf U- f I lid I. A I I'ml I Ma.,l i 4 1 .1 . 1
k .m.. xu V1VU" ,a H,e ,M,ul 'S- tain number of letters. Even commoimla
Wormy dviser ; it, it. siuitn, Li-iuiiktr ; w. aenumeni. expressed so iar is against sur- Mms, Bucn as tnosa pertaining to tires,
C. Wiik-tts. Clerk. ,-, !, ;., l i s , accident or crimes, are not lmnfi.i'
ttiiuiuij- nit inuu niiu a sriinsi iiisau- I . , . .. J .v,,
l.tt ,.r .1 , r mainly because every line that would suit
probation of the manner of remunera- has been used ao manv ri..,a hr
in. v rr.HMoirru i.oim;k no. m. a. o. it. w.
Meet" ev-rv aiti-rnale Friday eveninu at
KoekMood li i!lat hu'l-Iock. All transient tr;th--is
are r-st"'etfu!!y irti it"I io attend. I.. S.
l. trnii, M. W. ; F. Utiy l. Foreman : S. C.
VVii.le. ijejorder ; Leonard Anderson. Over.srer.
McCUNIHIE POST 45 G. A. R
T. V. .Toiiisox I'oimamler.
O. ;-t.Tns Senior Vice
F. A. I'.A rm Junior "
:ir.. nii.ks Adjutant
IlMiv SritK.n;iiT i. M
M ujim iMx.ix Otlieerof tlie Uay.
e'HAUi.K.s Foui " ouard
Amkh.on- Fkv Scrt Major.
.1 ahoii uortii'.K .1 x. . ..Quarter Master Serjrt.
I.. '. ( cutis 1'ost Cliaplain
et-tiuti Saturday evening
has been used ao many times before a
tion to be received from the government provoke ridicule when even suggested.
the tbllowiticj time
tv:d ua.l lire-tested companies:
Atnerieaii reatral-S-. i.auis. Assets S1.25S.10
INuuaiereial Uuiiu-EnKhiud. " :'..W14
Fir- As-i.K-Ia'i:n-Philadelphia. 4,ll"..r7t
Fr.vuklin-riiila.'.eli.liia, " :!.117.1ti
ll.mie-Xe-.v Vork. " 7.s-jj.5(9
I-s. C . of vrtli Amnrlei. PhH. " 8.171.362
i.ivrp i.iKvL :id.n & ;i:te-Ea " C.(53-J.7R1
N rt' British i Mercantile-Kn ? " 3,37s.7?4
s ri-jii l"iiio!i-Knlan:l. I..T.1C
"ii in 4'leM F. M.-Spriii(ield, 3.tl.t5
Total Assets. $1 :.ll-,7:-t
Lr,i33 idjii;Ul -ni PdiJattlisijency
1 he general opinion of a number of
sepuaw men who are interested in induc
ing the Indians not to surrender the lanel
is that it will be'nlmost impossible to get
the requisite number of Indians to sign.
Who is not acquainted to the noiut of
familiarity that breeds contempt, with mi-li
headlines aa "A Small Fire," 'A Midnight
Blaze," "A Sad Accident" "A Heinous
Crime," "Is it a Murder!" "Fell from a Scaf
fold," and so on I And yet when such occur
rences as they indicate have been described
horses at will on the reservation. They
are doing their utmost to induce the Iu-
Thcre are a large number of squaw men in tno aticle, the pencil naturally traces
who own lar.ro. l.errls of tfor-l, ,,n,1 tw purubw iot we uoaaa. Schools for tho
" ' j i teacmnc or all tiiiH -P neural
11 -I i .i - ... .1 yjiuu-
uic aiioweei io range uieir cattle and mental accomplishments are continual v
springing into existeuca AVhy should not
the Press club establish a colleee whore tho
uhilosODhr of writinrr "homlv" moirU ii.i
ians not to give up tho land. that is, if anybody competent to imirt
sucn instrucsion can te found!' Such a man's
An Imposing; Funeral- I annual salary should bo in four figures, and
Yokk. Xeb., May 23.-The funeral of e vlZ l1,0"0 h0 MS to pay
oi :jy IT li 1 f r 1
1 1 tr 1 111 ji.ini uoii eiccurieet irom tue m.
E. church in this city this afternoon. All
business houses were closed in accord-
1'renionition of Coinlnj Disaster.
Did 3'ou ever notice how an accident is
uuce wit.i the proclamation of the mayor Well, in nearly every case it is L t .
anei suspended. 1 he new court housa I been ia a good many railway saiaslims. n,wi
was draped in mourning and-a deep can honestly say that just before every ono
gloom pervaded the entire community.
Tiie funeral was in charge of the masonic
fraternity ami was the largest eytr
known in this part of the state. The
procession was composed of the Mason?,
Odtl Fellows. Grand Army, fire depart
ment, county and city ofiicers, members
of the bar, United Workmen and a com
pany of National Guards headed by a
band, about one hundred carriages com
pleting the grandest funeral cortege ever
seen in tho west. I he sermon was
preached by Key. Mr. Dudley of Stroms
btirg, a life long friend of the eleceased.
The Masonic ceremonies at the grave
were conducted by Major A. G. Hastings
of those accidents occurred I felt a premoni
tion or nangcr to come. Ono nirlit l.-it
week, while riding here from Chicaco. I was
lying on a reclining chair, and my thoughts
wandered onto the many accidents I had
been unfortunate enough to be in. wbe:i sud
denly the thought camo to my mind, "Sup
pose a car was filled with a load of ties that
those ties through the jolting should become
misplaced, and that we, in dartincr alon
through space, should strike that tie and it
offered resistance, what a terrible accident
would result." I had hardly completed tlia
thought when crash came a shower of broken
glass down on my face and body, the car was
tilled with smoke, and the cries of terror from
women and children were frightful in the
ertreme. The lights in tho car were extin
guished by tho great shock, and when thev
were relighted and an examination m ade of
tho damage done, it was found that ouo side
of the car had almost been torn away, nnd
of tho town. A fever had l.eeti tho means of
her removal from a house of i- in to the pleasant
quarters in tho hospital. Siio had awakeue 1
from a two weeks' unconscious sleep when
bho opened her eyes to lind heis-lf in a se mi
darkened room yesterday afternoon.
She npjiearcd to lie greatly frightened. Tin
plea.sant faced young woman otliei.it wi us
nurse rushed to the window and pulled up
tho curtain at her wild cry. Tho hospital
physician, who was in tho room at tho timo
and who stood at tho sick woman's bedside,
spoko kindly to her and said: "Thorn is
nothing to be frightened nt; but I 11 ee that
your room is never darkened again whilo
you are here."
"Thanks," ui'.d lLo trembling girl, and in j
moment sho was far oft" again in droamlan.L
'"That little cpiscxlo may boeni a trifle queer
to you," said the doctor to a visitor who was
accompanying him on his rounds, "hut it
won t when 1 explain u little. I've had many
years' experience in a professional way with
these woiiu-n. There is nothing under heaven
that they fear, well or ill, so much as dark
ness not even death. They simply have a
horror of darkness. Am! they are r.!l tho
samo way. A yeaa-'s experioneo in tho lifo
they follow brings about this result. Tho
cause? 1 hat would bo hard to cxnlain. Per
haps they have visions that are unpleasant,
even Horrible. Perhaps they think, i vo
noticed one peculiarity about this el.;s of
women, they are happiest when they are not
given timo to think. Natural, too. All alike
Indeed, yes. Find me ono that will remain
.i i. ....
in uai h. room eiuior in eoniniy or clono
ioi u moment without screaming and I will
show you something I never saw in all my
pi oiessional career and something I doubt
that any ono ever saw." Indianapolis
Japanese Funeral Customs.
T)lltl1rr ..... a.:..? a. .1 I . .
& "jj wan. io mo pari: 1 passed u
Japanese funeral procession that v.; quite
noei. ijeioro reaching the procession my
attention was attracted to what seemed to be
the spasmodic shouting of quite a nuuilxir of
men, and as they passed, noticed that about
every two minutes they all united in shout
ing some words in umo:i. Hc-tween these
times they would chat and luujrb together
and stop to bow and talk with anv friends
they met, and otten, aftoi- w hat would seem
to bo an explanation of whose funeral it was.
lu-iiry wouni join and swell the woe-ession.
Noticing tho absence of all females, 1 was in-
rormed taat tho woiii'n did not asuruk
attend, especially as this was a di vorced wo-
Borno on a litter form-?d of two poles was a
plain pino box, probably about two feet
square and about three foot high, into which
tho body was jammed with its head between
lis Knees, surmounting this was a peculiar
Kinu or canopy maUe of some brownish ma
terial and ornamented with rice cakes, rice
biraw, rern and a libera supply of Japanese
pi.rer.-., lasiened together by a striii" and
to,.!-n,l .1... I . . .
...v.- ia, tjiu uui, ;is circulars are la your
tLrcet cars, l was told tiiat the a-e cud
aro designated by a lantern placed in front
cf the body, the absence of which indicated
me ono retcrred to es being a divorced
vvoman, tiiey being tho only exception. I
aid not have timo to witness tho biin'.il
ceremonies, but understand that they are
placed in the cemeteries just as they come,
;uu niju ii;iii luo gi avo OI EOK10
particular departed friend you have to climb
arouna until you imd it Cor. San Francisco
JSTO T I C E i
We curncslly request airofour fiicnds
indebted to us to cull 'it once nnd utile
accounts due. We have Mif-taiin d bt nvy
loss by the destruction of our lhiiiuh
House at Fairmont, Neb., by fire nnd now
that wc need money to meet Mir obliga
tions, we hope there will not be one
among our friends who would refuse to
call promptly at this particular tim- and
Trusting this will receive your kind
consideration and prompt t.ttciil ion. we
remain, Yours Truly,
S0L0LMCP4 & NATHAN.
of Lincoln, nast crand master, and were the cause of the accident was a tio proiect-
v..rv .n,..,,.;,,. XI... C,..:T ing from a car on a freight train which was
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Hamilton to the county and state can
never be replaced. His position as grand
passing us at the time. Dr. William Lewis
Cor. 12th and Grnuitc Streets.
Contractor and Hull tier
IT M. 1 R O W N E ,
rional attention to ail Eubine? Iai trust -to
mai-shal of the state
fair is also made
.VOTARY IV OFFICE.
Titv E i'iiiue.1. Abstarct roiapiled, Ir.
n.nr:t:iee V r:e.Mj. 'enl ICstnte Sold.
ftetter Facilities lor tuitln? Farm Loans than
An" Other Agency.
It li. WlSIll.M. JoIIV A. IAVlK.-.
Xotitry Fiihlfc .'otr.ry fubdo.
ttorioys - at - Law.
naicc ever Hank I C-a-& Coin:1 jr.
Fl '.TTSMorni. - - Xicruaska.
A Fatal Wreck.
Kansas C'itv, Mo.. May 24. At four
o'clock this morning a Rock Island
freight train ran into a washout one and
a half jjiiles cast of Randolph, six miles
from here. The engineer and fireman
jumped. The former, P. McRrennan wa9
cut over the head and fatally hurt. His
lire.nan, name unknown, was badly in
jured. The engine went to the bottom,
fifty-three feet from the track, with eigh
teen cm-, of merchandise on top. The
head brakemau, whe-e jjiune cannot be
learned, was caught and crushed to death.
Two tramps, stealing a ride, were also kill
ed. The falling train struck a trestle on
the Wabisli road and knocked it over
A Wabash switch engine came along at
the same moment with sixteen cars and
crashed upon the wreck below. Forty
cats and two engines are now in the ditch.
John McCune, fireman, was cut and his
legs crushed. The engineer and brnke
man luitiped. tjqd were both fatally injur
The Milwaukee & St. Paul had a wreck
across the ditch at the s:;me point thi-
morning. None were hurt, but the wreck
A later dispatch siys it now appears
that seven lives were lost in the . wreck.
I'or a (ientt-i'l Corpse.
lu boston nothing is held to be too good
for a genteel corpso. Two co.'lins, just n.viv
in process of construction by u local i:;au u-
iaerurer to be used somsdav bv a m-.nii
it. -Ill-!ir.-il- r.f lla !.,.... . 1'- " .
her husband will cost not less than .v.i i.OO
apiece, ihey are made of mahoganv, soveu
incnes thick, carved in bold relief with te
most elaborate designs. All of these aroi-i
some manner emblematic of dath. On the
panel a spider itself symbolic of the ,
destroyer has cauiht the flv nr. l.-i-r ;-. -
web so delicately executed that vou fear tc
breathe upon it lest it blow awiiv Im -mi-
otlier place agi-iQins claw supports a human
skull from a fracture in which a Ii::ani
crawling. Still another panel shows an ov.-l
iu the act of capturing a mouse, and so on,
tho intention being to express the idath.-r
death comes soon or late to every living
On tho top of each coflln is carvel aco-.t.
of anna, and every available inch of the in
terior is beautified by the cuttimr toois
Inside theso superb caskets are swan-two
6ilken hammocks for tho eventual re- ent ion
of the baron's granddaughter and her spouse.
ihey are not dead yet, be it undoi sr...-;d
Quite otherwise. Dut, having no end of
money, they wish to die regardless of ex
pense. A 123,000 mausoleum iu a loci cem
etery will servo as a receptacle for the cptb'
Advice to the Auslomaniac.
The average Anglornariac mavsurvev him
self in the glass with satisfaction as hp rn...
templates his Poole made suit, his Norfolk
jacket, his covert coat, his Kiiicke-rlKK-kcrs,
ui. j u.1 u i.ocjajis, ms aog sKin gloves. Lis
blackthorn walking stick, his rimless evo
glass, his white "spats" and Lis evry tei
rings, anu may listen with delight to the
sound of his own voice in conversation with
a similarly anglicized countryman as ho
drawbj forth his "Jondon fteci.t" Ixiih mav
revel in the fool's paradise of their imtgi- j
nary and only too willing expatriation, to 1
taeir nearts- content, and fondly believe ihr-v
are exactly "like Englishmeu. 3ou know."
13ut never an tugUshman will you fi:id w'o
mistakes theni for other than they are.
English made clothes, a thousand vovsri; i
across the Atlantic in the m:itii.-?i n. ..-- i
iha cpjqrs pf the rainbow, and upon ?ino tliO tion, mutual deceiving atmcsphere of a faJi- '
ooatiag U formed of such thiclenijisas tq pe-- ionably crowded Cunard steamer, Europe- !
ward in spring and homeward in autumn, or :
rry Good. Notions Eoots anei
or Ladies nnd Gents
FURNISHING - GOODS.
He keeps as large and as v.-ell
As can be found tu-.y place in t he cit v and make
sou prices tLai dri'y ccm --l i'; ion.
EiTDfr's Eazar rstterns and Ea is Cerset?.
C F. SMIT H,
The Boss Tailor.
Main Sr.. Over Merges Slice Store.
DRS. CAVE & SMITH,
The enly IenlixtM in tin' West eontrolliiK thin
w System f Kxrrael iii anil KIlliiiK 'J eetll
with'inl Pain. Our mimc I het ic Is en
tirely fici- from
; c 1 1 r,o i ; ofo i ? m o i : i ;t mm
A N I IS AIJSOLFTKI.Y
Ilacml.ess - To - All,
Teeth extracted and xrlilielal teelh inserted
n-xt day if dsireil . The pren-rvat ion of the
natural teeth a specialty.
GOLD CROWNS, GOLD CAPS, BEJDGE VVOEI.
The very finest, orm-e in t.-ninn liloek, over
The Citizeiift' Jim k.
New Anecdotes of Gen. Grant.
When Gen. urant was about to retire
from the command of the arm-, said Capt.
John S. Loud in conversation a few days
ago, he made a farewell tour among tho
posts and outlying military stations of tho
west I was assistant acting adjutant gene
ral In tne district of Isew Mexico at the time,
and it was with Gen. Hatch and myself that
ho and Mrs. Grant made a flying trip with
one car and an engine from Santa Fo to
Trinidad. We were fairly flying along the
road when the glasses began to fall off the
Then Mrs. Grant began to get nervous.
"Keep calm, J alia,' said tlia general in hia
usual collected manner, "there is no danger
as long as the car stays on the track."
"It's all very well to talk, general,'' said
Mrs. Grant, "perhaps if I could smoke as
you do I might have some nerve, too."
The only thing Gen. Grant dreaded was
rge appearance of delegations and committee
men at tne stopping places on tne route.
"Anything at f.ba pext Station J" would
"Yes, general, there's a crowd waiting to
Then he would look grave for a moment
"Could you forget to stop there P Detroit
Color for Metal Surfaces.
A German company has patented a process
for producing surface colorations upon arti
cles made of copper, zinc or brass. Upon the
urst named metal it is possible to develop all
Has the best and most complete stock
of samples, both foreign and domes-tic
woolen that ever came wcet of 3Iis?our;
river. A ote these prices: Rusineps suite
from to dress suits, 25 to $4.
pants 4, 5, ft.-;, so.so nnd upwards.
Els "Will guaranteed a fit.
Prices Defy Compeiiiion.
J. E- ROBBINS, ARTIST,
instr Irenes s given in
FINE OIL PAINTINC
ALI, LOVEK3 O AltT AMR IWlTFii
X CALL AM)
STUDIO OYER OLiyEH i liAMSE ;
XsTEW ICE nVIIEIXT
We have our house filled with
A FINE QUALITY OF ICE,
And are pit pared to deliver it daily to ourcwv
toiiiis in any iaantity desired.
ALL OEDE-SS FEOMPTLY PILLED.
I.eae (ticlei's with
X- IP. X3ETJ-.ir:X5-3rX'IIR,
At store on Six:h Kttei-t. We make a Suec
And Loading Cars. For terms see us oi;
i it e.
K. C. MfHAKEN & S.OI7.
Teleplir kc72, - - Flattsmoath
H, P. Whisler's,
Tho City Bakery,
Home Made Bread.
He li-- t.( t.rf-i :i.e
ed Oma'i.'i, in 'c-
C. A- Marshall.
-reics f 7. .r. ;;ir.tyr,
i ei::!tv : i-i miL ln
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l iuchasi a ilve i,r I. n.-ent Io;.f -.n.i ynit will be
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! BARBER AND HAIR DRESSER.
j All work first-rlV.; vrttt Fifth Str:t.
j North Robert She; v.ce dV Ft ,.
nut of chasing the surface. The most im
portant application of this invention seems
to bo in tho imitation of antique bronze, tho
results in th'a direction being very satisfac
tory, both in thetuatter of durability and
resemblance. Public Opinion.
the tact that each ouo lias "a sister married
to an English earl" (that acme of the Anglo
maniac's ambition), cannot, docs no, mako
them ia any sense English, to a:i i.-igbih-man.
"Cockaigne" in The Argoaaut.
l're i v;-!,1 f n;d;ir -l tet'th a sprcialty.
Ceclli ixt,tcU.l irilhtmt jxiin t.y tuv of Laughing
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All work v.-arr-mte.'l. Prices renson-bl c-nth and
Fit7.;k3ax.!v ite. ca Pt'.Tri(jna,N'Rii i Ncbratka.
J KKS. G. 11. KEMPSTER,
i Teacbsr cf Yocsl & iHtrsmcntal Music
Residence Xntthwt-n Cerwr of Eler-
Main Streets, I'lattsmootli.
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