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About The Plattsmouth daily herald. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1883-19?? | View Entire Issue (Oct. 4, 1888)
Tne Evening Herald.
OFFICIAL PftPER OF THE CITY.
A. KIUHrj. VenlM, Hock wood Itailriiar,
Dr. KIld, OIBre in IJrrinic lru Starr, Koi
- t or. lth an Uranit, Telephone So 42.
Ilr. Wilbur. Iks Pialf- lratit, Lnioa
Block, ovrr J rtrko'H lira Morr, t'itUoatb.
Chililren's Shirt Waists 20 cents at 8.
A C, Mayer's.
Mr. George Perry and Miss Cather
ine Ke.iver, both of Cans Co., Neb., went
married Oct. 3rd., by Kev. J. T. Baird.
- J. I. Young booked Chas. A. Sorter's
"Hilarity" company with a tine bund and
orchestra for "Thanksgiving"' by tele
Mr. J. K. Hard, advance representa
tive for the I'rescott-MeLean Dramutic
company is in the city today. The com
pany will appear in the city next week.
Mips Dirdie Onrul, niece ot Mr. It.
B. Windham, who is well known in this
city on account of her extraordinary
ability us a vocalist, was married at Dea
Kev. M. A, Hampton, who took hi
departure from the city several week
ago, returned yrst-rday afternoon. He
is now residing at Cairo, Neb., w here he
officiates as a minioitcr.
Antony tin ppeakers who will be
present at the grmid republican rally here
on the 13th, are lion. John Y. Stone, ol
Council LbiiTs; i.v. Thayer, of Lincoln;
"W. J. Council, of Omaha and Judge M.
L. II iv ward.
Miss Jessie Trench, of Chicano,
grand-daughter of Chaplain Wright, will
le married at tin home of the latter thi
afternoon, to Mr. IM Dickenson, of the
same city. Msas IVench is well known
in the city Laving resided here for name
tim?. The couple leave this evening for
Omaha on their return trip to Chicago.
Full particulars tomorrow.
Yesterday afternoon, tin little
l.-iugfit,r of Mr. W. S. Wise, n little
girl about seven years of nge. fell from a
hay loft in a barn belonging to Mr. II.
C. Schmidt, who lives in the no-thwestetn
extremity of the city. She lay uncon
scious for sonn time after the fall and
when slu wa didovered was found
he! pic. Fortunately no bones were
broken, but she received injuries whieh
will remind her of the fall for some time
Previous to removal to Carruth.
building November 1st. and iu order t
reduce onr Stock we w'll sell every thin .
in our linr at n low figure. Sitin Scar?
13c. formerly 2; Satin Scarfs 2.1c. for
merly 35: Satin Scarfs .IO, formerly 73 a:
P. & C. .Mayer's.
"Joe," the one price clothier, who
has made himself popular in the city dur
ing the past few days by his busim ss
abilities and extensive advertising, open
ed his clothing store lost night in tlx
store recently vacated by Solomon fe
Nathan. As large a crowd as we ewr
witnessed at such an opening, crowded
the store for the entire evening. The B.
& M. band marched up and down Mair.
street playing several of their choice
selection. We welcome Joe among us as
a citizen and a good lively business mu
and, judging from his ambitious woi I
since his arrival in the city, we believe h
is a rustler and has come to stay. Ovei
lOdO looking glasses were given away at
the store last night, lie has opened u
as tine a stock as ever was seen in tlx
city and every piece of goods i? marku
at remarkably low price.
Numerous complaints have beei
heard from business nieu of this city be
cause of n?glig.;.icc on the part of those
with whom their fr.-ight i entrusted foi
delivery. They ay that when they are in
need of their goods or bred tint aftr
their arrival in the city they sre allowi d
to remain in the yards here for a wee
sometimes before they arc switched to .
convenient locality to be unloaded. Th
eople hero who have been urged to pa
a little attention to their business am
condescend to be a little more accommo
dating to the people who furnish tin
company partially its support, have paid
little or uo attention at a 1 to the requests
n.l tlir u.-onle wlm tin? l.il..niii r nixl. r ? presents given was
such a disadvantage are obliged to toer
ate it. It seems possible that if a little
attention could be paid to the peopl
here, that they might possibly be the
means of affording a more extensive
traffic. Some are under tho impressioi .
since no otlnr road has as yet secured
footlnl I within our limits, that he peo
ple here will adlnre to the constant in
convenience of the pat without in a
abort time coming to the front with un
expression of dissatisfaction and offering
support to other accommodation. Now
that everything run em -jot h and favora
ble for the lonesome company here, their
mccommodntions ts the citizeus of Platts-
inoutb iu the future should be unlimited
Resolutions of Respect.
The physicians attending the funeral
of the late Or. It. It. Livingston, met in
the office of deceased and organized,
with Dr. L. J. Abbott in the chair and
Dr. James Carter acting as secretary.
There were present Drs. A. Shipiumi, E.
W. Cook, J. II. Hall, of this city; L. J.
Abbott, of Frcuront; J. C. Denise, P. 8.
Leisenring, James Carter, II. G. Uifford,
W. T. Milory, Wirth. ef Omaha; O. II.
Peebles, M Lane, L. M. Lane, C. S. Hart,
of Lincoln; E. M. Whitten, of Nebraska
City; Donald Macrae, of Council Bluffs;
Waterman, of Kaunas; Harvey Link, of
On motion of E. M. Whitten the chair
appointed the following committee on
resolutions: K. M. Whitten, II. Link, L.
J. Abbott, A.Shipman, and James Carter
who raported as follows:
Whereas, Iu the death of Dr. It. II
Livingston the state has sustained a loss
of one of her most miuent citizens, a
man who, iu the military service of his
country in time of war, added to her
fame, and who in civil life has contribut
ed largely to the developement of the
country and city of which, for more than I ing his travels.
a quarter of a century, lie was a citizen, I evening.
and who as a physician, eunobled his
profession by his skill and his high liter
ary attainments; a gentleman who, in all
the relations of lifn as a friend and
neighbor, as husband and father, seemed
to fill the full measure of a man. There-
lore be it
Jttsolned, That we deeply mourn the
loss of our companion and shall greatly
niss his fri udly greeting, Wwplsofgood
cheer, and kindly counsel.
Rf S'tlcerf, That we hereby tender our
leartfelt sympathies to his bereaved fam
ily in their hour of amtction
Itnolced, That a copy of these resolu
'ion be transmitted to the family of the
deceased, and also to the papers ef Platts
mouth, Omaha and Lincoln.
E. M. WlIITTKX,
I j. J. Abbott,
Mr. W. II. Newell is in Cedar Creek
Mr. J. II. Galbraith took his departure
for Mt. Pleasant, Iowa this moruiug.
Messrs. A. B. Todd, A. B. Dickson and
Lewis Foltz were called lo Greenwood
today on business.
Mr. S. Erickson, of the American Press
Association of Omaha, made a pleasant
call at this office today.
Mrs. F. M. Dorrington, of Chadron
arrived in the city last evening and will
visit with friends for a few days.
Mr. C. E. Wescott aud Dr. Mansfiel
were passengers to Omaha this morning.
Dr. Mansfield leaves Omaha for his home
at Chillicothe, Mo., tonight.
Mrs. F. II. Wilson, who has been visit
ing her parents, Capt. L. D. Bennett and
wife, for several weeks, returned to her
home at Atchison, Kaa.. this morning.
Mr. Jas. Cathey wh has been visiting
in the east for some time, took in the
centennial exposition at Cincinnati dur
He returned home last
Mr. J. Jackman was at Ashland Mon
day on business.
Remember the county convention at
Louisville next Saturday.
Mrs. Truman Hall and Mrs. buage are
on the sick list, but are not dangerously
Miss May Carr, of Greenwood is in the
city attending school.
A large number of our citizens were in
attendance at the funeral of Dr. IS. It.
Livinsrston. amonir whom w7ere W. B
Shryock and wife, J. A. Htsemier and
wife, and It. P. Loucks and wife.
Nels Nelson, a Dane, is verv low at
the Exchange hotel. Dr. Hesenuer is in
attendance; fet-.rs arc entertained regard
ing his recovery.
" We need not go to Omaha any more
o buy our clothing, we can buy it cheap-
r at home, were the general remarks
A Croat Phenomenon.
A man's leg and foot petrified! Found
SO feet under the surface of the ground
nads lat niirht nt the grand opening of I in the gravel pit at Cedar creek, wouder
loe, the One Price Clothier. full wdl prt.served p much so that the
The Y. MCA. J medullary canal is recognizable with the
At last the Young Men's Christian As I naked eye, and the have scan canal, lacu-
eiation has found suitable rooms in the uic and canaliculi may baseen by the aid
Vnheuser-Busch building. The three of a microscope. Such is the teport, but
front rooms in the north-west corner of m je witness infarms us that the won-
h... i..,;i.i:.. . ...... !...:.. .! r..- I drfnl discovery was not over .10 feet
I'tllllllll l I'V 111 lllll.ll 1IW AVI W
deep, and while it is a limb.
to a tree.
Silk Campaign Handkerchiefs for 33
cents, worth toe at b. & C. Mayer s.
Two car-loads of potatoes and other
produce just received for winter use,
Call and get prices.
tf Chris Wohlfarth.
(ution, and a more suitable place for tin
turposc in the city wc believe cannot be
found. The front corner room will be
be fitted up as a parlor, and all the attrac
tions which can be secured as an induce
ment for young men to spend their even
ings there, will be furnished. We be
eicak tor the society unlimited success
.nee so mucli interest lias already heen Mrg j Fi Johnson leaves today for St
manifested in it by many of the citizens, I Louis to select and purchase the latest
nd no one caa fall short of seeing that J designs in Hats. Bonnets and Millinery
f. will terminals in antfoca nni va Hit I " ut - I "
.... .... I chasing elsewhere. Oct. 3-tf
nenent to many a young man who ijoins I "
.ne society and continues to spend his I Mr. Jas. Donnelly sells the Atwood
-.-r.;.T. tura .h in,. M.tUm-1 Suspender, the only suspender in the
. . ... I world that can be adjusted to the form
wise engaged, ne prouaoiy could not give j of a,L Non-elastic shoulder straps and
ccount or tne money wtiich would slip I clastic back straps. tf.
through his fingers foolishly during the
rcar. A secretary has been engaged by
the society and he will reside here per
manently and endeayor to influence the
manv young men who are residents of
this city, to visit the rooms where they
car lo beneficially tntertained.
T il . W ,t til
me, in cfiie i-rice loinier, nad me
:ranb;st openiug last night ever seen in
Waited. Steadv employment given
to a good blacksmith.
tf Robt. Donnelly.
The undersigned has for sale 13 head
of 2-year-old cattle. Will sell cheap to
a cash buyer. Geo. Yv. as,
Campaign Caps either Cleveland or
Harrison 13c. at S. & C. Mayer's.
A choice lot of Polen China pigs C mop.
old, for sale only till Nov. 1 at my farm
six miles west of Plattsmouth.
29 2 Wm Merten.
Light summer shoes for j-our
girls, 23 cents only, at Merges'.
Bargains in every line for 30 days at
Warrick's Drur Store to make room for
A very happy event occurred yester-
dy afternoon at the home of Mr. Wm.
Biens, three miles south of the city, in
the marriage of his daughter. Miss Ida, to
Mr. Wm. Hull, of Union vi He, Virginia
I he ceiemonv was terformeil n hmtt -2
o'clock by IU-v. W. B. Alexander, and
vas witnessed by about forty intimate
friends of the bride and groom. Mr. Hull
is a popular young man in this vicinity,
having been in the employ of Er. A. B. J A few Autograph, Photograph, arid
Taylor for the past five years, proving j Scrap Albums at greatly reduced prices to
hims- If iinstivnrthe nn,l in.inCiri,.RQ make room lor uew goods at
, , , . ,1 W im. J. Warrick (?.
iuuu num. ue uriuc iias many irieniis
here who will be pleased to learn of the
happy event. Misses Annie and Minnie
Blmiis acted a bridesmaids, and Messrs.
Robert Hull and Thos. E. Reynolds offi
ciated as groomsmen. Among the many
a beautiful sewing
machine from Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gorder.
After the ceremony was performed and j Phillip Kraus sells flags and Chinese
the congratulations from the manv I lanterns for the rail v. oct 3-10t
friends received, the assembly partook of
The flower b witttertog on its braocli,
Its leaves with crimson turn:
There seoma to me an avalanche
Id ev'ry way I turn.
Of ttimcs at niht I fly from nono",
FYom pleasures I depart;
la many a dreary place I ream
To still my restless heart.
h. give rue lclc my bygone days I
The days when I was young
Givi me back uy childish ways
Aad those I played anion?.
Cr giro to me old fancies deur.
An'! spell bound I will stay 1
GWo me back the loved oii si h ,
To make the sad seem guy.
W. 1L Ilalpin in Drake's Magazine.
CLIMATE FOR CONSUMPTIVES.
Idcaa Which Slay Ite of Value to the AiJ
ing A Cautiou.
Professor Knight, of the Harvard Medical
school, read a pd)er not long ago before tho
Boston Society for Medical Observation on the
choice of a climate for consumptive persons.
Somo of tho ideas advanced may be of value.
Patients who have cavities in their lungs,
and those who have severe hectic symptoms,
especially if they nro poor, should not leave
home; nor should thoso who havo any ncuto
affection of the lungs Ho so during the neuto
stages of the disease. If, in tho early stages
of consumption, complete cure can bo hoped
for, a climate is to be chosen in which tho
patient can remain throughout the jxar. If,
ou tho other hand, nothing more than tem
porary relief and some prolongation of life
can bo expected, a mild winter climate is rec
ommended. While consumption presents a variety !
phases and conditions, making it impossible
to lay down fixed mid . in variable rules, it
may bo said that in general tbo first object
uitned at by a change of ciiinato is ; o enable
the patient to livo an active, out door life
for the purposo of ussisting nutrition of tho
lungs, aud this is best attained in situations
at an altitude of 4,000 to S.CvW feet above t'.;s
Dry and pure air, a good proportion of
clear days, and a rarefied atmosphere which
comjel3 greater activity of tlio respiratory
organs, make a mountainous country the best
for this purpose. Those for whom nigh alti
tudes may be recommended arc:
(1.) Patients who show uo more chirming
symptoms than a morning cough and expec
toration. For them Colorado n.nilNuA- Mexico
are suited. ('2.) Those who have some con
solidations of the lungs, but no cavity, nor
any serious constitutional disturbance. For
persons who exhibit such disturbance a high
pulse and temperature a lower altitude
should be tried first; say. the pure regions of
southern Georgia for the cold months, and
then, if there is improvement, a more ele
vated region. (3.) Cases iu which there Is
early and frequent hemorrhage, without
much other evidence of disease. Tho moun
tains are peculiarly suited to persons of this
class; and, (4.) Persons who are recovering
from acute diseases of the lungs. J3ut of
these cases great care should bo exercised,
lest the steps taken to ward off permanent
pulmonary disease have an evil etrect upon
other orgaus weakened by sickness.
Patients in whom tubercular disease has in
vaded the larynx should on no account be
sent to high altitudes. They need mild and
moist climate, like that of Southern Cali
fornia. Moreover, those who have a tendency
to irritability of the bronchial tubes, and
nervous persons, do not do well iu high alti
tudes. A very high altitude should not, as a
rule, be recommended for any patient over
Cfty years of age. 1 outh s Companion.
Shcrwin & Williams' mixed paints, the
best in the market, at Fricke & Co's. drtic;
A nice home with four lots. $ IC00
125.00 cash and 15.00 uer in nth. W.
S. Wise 4 1,
a hearty repast of a mo-t fascinating
table . It whs certainly an occasion long
to be remembered-by all who were pres
ent. The happy couple took their de-
Aa Immijrrutlon of Musquitoos.
Mexico was never troubled by musquitoe?
until tha summer of 1SSG, and since then
these annoying little insects iiave been
steadily increasing, not only in this city, ia
in many towns and other cities ot the table
parlure for Uuionville, Va., ou the flyer I lands. Queretaro is the but place to be in
riiAro ,;n I vaded and tha local paper there is endeavor-
.. . i , -, , his to explain the why and wherefore of the
iiuuc iii'tii iiuni-jriuwuu uu ii .iiarcu
Latest Novelties in Neckwear at S. &
C 3Iajer 'a ' .
Prohib uort Meeting.
There will bu a meeting of tba Prrhi
bition Club f this city. Friday evening,
O-t. 5, U$y t 7:0 o'cloclc. at thecoca-
- .-.,-.,,. f
infliction. It finally traces tbe musquitoes
next, when they will return to this city I to car load of pineapples side tracked for a
where it is their intention to reside per- S f
I tliat CltV. TniS mav bethetrnn o-mlnnnt.inn
manently. The Herald extends to I but we doubt it Many hundred carloads of
thero consratulntions. pineapple have been brought to this city
before :s was invaded by musquitoes io 1885.
j j .i , . , .
Card of Thanks. rrx g J9 WU1" ff vs ,niro?ucei
iu uuii wj uttijr ouiu usti awaxmeo nera
To the neighbors and fritda wbo ren- J sooa after tbe completion of the Mexican
dered uch swct svmpatby and kindly j tuway in 1872. in our opinion it is much
M rfnrinth.lMt"illnn Hth r portant to learn how p getridof
. -- -- I foo tnusqnitoes thaa to account for their
our motner, we uesire io cxpreis our I ooalng. City of Mexico Two Kepublics.
heartfelt tlianlraT Ktut act anrl intren
J , - . -
VI IU vc iu i uc luruivr; vi uui UCV
r-- r T i i t rr t a r i r r- ,r
Vrczait a outa a favor aai t wCl oct f:r
r .".- r ' .
Buying Clieap Railroad Tickets.
A man who can choose his time for travel
ing within a limit cf a few weeks, and to
whom the speediest route is not necessary,
cau save half the cost of his railroad fare by
watching the newspapers for notices of ex
cursions to conventious, expositions, carni
vals and such things. Let him go to a tickst
scalper and explain where he wants to go,
being sure to impress on the scalper that ho
is in no hurry to go, for hurry costs money,
and the man who must go at once has to pay
the highest price. The scalper will givo him
a ticket either to the place he wants to go to
or to tho convention placo nearest, with an
order on a brother scalper for a ticket tho
rest of tho way, or he may got an excursion
ticket with a draft on a brother scalper, to be
paid on presentation of the return coupon of
the ticket. If the passenger does not like to
have so many dealings with scalpers he can
buy tc regular excursion ticket at the railroad
office, aud take his chances of selling tbo re
turn coupon, the price he gets for it depend
ing on nis snrewuness as a seiicr ami tne
kind of scalper he happens to encounter.
The excursion rates givo some railroads
that are always hankering after a cut in
rates the opportunity they are after. There
are half a dozeu ways of goiiig out of New
ork to Chicago. Otter thnigs being equal,
passengers woulrl naturally take tho lines
that have tho best ears and make tho best
tune. To get any traffic at ail tho other
roads must offer lower rates. Tlioy aro ia a
pool, and th&y canuot make a lower rate at
their regular offices than the pool allows.
To make a low rate an l .get passengers thoy
tlicv must do it with seeming concealment.
Everybody lmows, of course, that it is done,
but a pretense of not doing it must bo kept
up. Hore is where tho natural usefulness of
the ticket scalper t-j both railroads and pas
sengers comes in. The railroad docs its pert
by paying commissions for the sale of tick
ets, tho commissions sometimes amounting to
two thirds of the regular fare. Any scalper
can get this reduction by sending a boy with
a note and tho price of tho tieket, less com
mission, to the passenger office cf tbo com
pany. How much cf this commission ho
keeps for himsoif depends on his shrewdn.is
and the shrewdaess of his customer. With
judicious care he can be induced to tak-j
within $3 or $3 of the price he pays tho rail
road company. "Without caution he may
make as much profit from tho passenger as
tho railroad gets for the passenger's trans
portation. New York Sun.
Our Stock of Cloak is now com
plete ami we are showing the Largest
Line ever opened out in tliw city. La
dies deHi'inr it New Wrap tliia K-ason
should not miss looking over our line,
fur we are ehowinr the Very Latest
Novelties at very Low 1'rices.
Ladies' and Misses' Mels !
This cut represents our popular
gtf.OO Ladies' Jacket, made of A II-Wool
Striped Cloaking, and at the price a
"""Jv'vjf each made up of the very hefet materials,
jn solid colors and stripes.
blisses' Jackets from to $f.5..
Sizes ratiini lVum 12 to IS.
Call early and make your selections,
yiu all know imw diilicult it is later on to
th ! .-ies.
This cut ri.-pres(Mits one of our decided bar
gains in that line, commencing with size -I at
s!.o, wiili ; 50c. rise for a size made of a
Drown Checke I All-Wod (;ioukin.r, Plaited
skirt, witli Surah Lined Hood. We have lull
lines from c'2 .00 upwards, sizes rai.nn" lium
fat; ?i 't-P?i
seaseir, and at
We have never can iei
Plush Cloaks Ihi
prices so low.
I'liish Sacipies from 2.".00 to 4 5.
JMudi Newmarkets at S';.j.()().
Plush Jacket, from Si 5.00 to $20.00.
Plush Modjeska's from 18.30 to 35.00.
Plush Manteaus from 18.00 U 10.00.
Vail Karly :uid mnkc
Oa EAST FIRST 1TATI0UAL BANK. V -
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IVilKN YOU WANT ANYTJilNfi IX THE WAV OF
D SHOES !
' Uj not i'ah to call and examine the '"Cash" Prices we
for the Next Thirty Days.
You Can Save 25 Per Cent
While we are having tin's Great '-Cash" Reduction Sale.
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; Wltrr: yf.iir f-kin i- irf'i ii...d ..t. ri.(.
V. hfi your fil.Hi m full .f l.lou ln-M.
Wl; n ctiir kin i- fi,i! f j.implo joti
ii'.td a (ol l,!ooi! DKilit if t h;lt !,n ho
rdif l nj on. 'i'- l'-h Kli,,t I'iT?;,r :rnl
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ic h i i i:o (JItr..M T'lVK.
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V- H'l'tii'l:" '-ir,)s :it lt.-tlf )lic
(jf.t vl Wii I. J. Waimiick's.
vt iliiVt: I- i o
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w?ii.! til- sji:k-v f
i- stock ut all I'a pi r
it )i iri;iin pi i rs. We
r i.ill iinfl winti'r teoils.
Vl'lM.J. Waiuih K.
Eralima and His IVifc.
One sees Erabma occasionally iu tha East
pictured ia heroic size oa tbe -wails of houses,
or as an idol of wood or stone, ceoupricjj
siied et tho end of a villae -nub his Triftj
Unwnott! TJ e oIca r.9 WMir; 't-n 1.a t- n
uc ii: iijff roni ,-t
j fciH'. ti.i' -.'nly " :iv
list-:.fi s is to h t v
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I ii po.-itive ;!::
ii:o s ii m mT com ol :iint8
li 'ivi'i'ii of ll.c yr
fo LMflt'fl Mj:iict th'f
:. h' ttli- of some rdi
n Diiiii l.t-:i I'h sum is
in Il i!i s- tf il
ia temples, but not often.
always represented as fi. beautiful youji.
woinaa presenting? & flower to her husband.
Like our own mother Evs, she was created
out of a portion of her husband's body, al
though tbe Hindoos do not distinctly say a
When this happened Brahma was possessed
of but one head. Beholding this lovely.
newly created companion, however, Lo az
once became smitten with her charms. a-
rasvati being a shame faced maiden, mod
estly turned away to cscapo fcis raze. At
Brahma's wish to still behold her, a second
head issued from bis body. As the damsel
skipped around to another position, a third
bead appeared, and then a fourth. At length.
la fcer embarrassment, Sarasvati sprang into
tbe sir. Hot to be outdone, however. Brab-
r-A i-r-:!y rrod-icei a fti head. Thi
Af-M'ir rmcK oct by
' It Ti-ifl r-.i f-.:i 4Tiltr 5?L rt r f
Smith & Co., Druggists.
A fine line of Juvenile Books at reduc-
rl jrif t-s to clor out and make room for
new soods at Wakhick's
Evf rTtliinjr in rr ssnrj- for furm'sliine v
! kou-ro can he r.r iins(-l at If. I'm-ck s.
You quf-ry rvlry from home I s",
Why "Iiont tin- town I rove i
Tl.'' ie.i.on wliy is plain, you know,
We've cot nc Gahlaxd Stove.
lm Buy one of Joirjtsos linos.
VillT. Warrick is rcducins 6tock to
mke room for Holiday Goods go there
I Jin -h c s.
Co ii -lis, &r.,
at It, . !n, d Vr'wfH for next 30 dins at
Wakhick's l5nco Siohk.
W.' fr Pt licxt e.k io buy f.ur Holi-
t i rty s-'eck. To nuike ir c ni for ni w fooc'a
v-offi r tv ry thinjr at " ' "'ly rft d
pri.'is. Come nnd wi- n b fori- rot) Tiy
Win, J. Wakhick.
j Sdiool 13ouk,
Sr hool SupplifP,
at Loivo.; Prin-s i,t Wavmc k'r.
The Rtnndnid mwi'v for liv r n.
plaint is Wtft'n Liv-r Pill-; tli-y i;v. r
j disappoint you. 30 pills 25c. At War
' rick's drug store
Will J. Warrick goes cast next week
to buy the largest stock of Holiday
Goods ever brought to this city. He of
fers bargains in Albums, Cups and Sauc
ers, Books, &cf to make room for new
I All kinds of Paint and Varnishes at
for bargains in Paints and Wall
tp reduce stock at
Wood for Sate.
Leave orders with J. D. Tott, at Ben
nett & Tott's store. tf
Blow J Elofr your horrs.
We're-rtt tl t t'J-' f -r j
r f T
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