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THE SEMI-WEEKLY NEWS-HERALD, PL ATTSMO UTH NER, AUGUST 1, 18S)6.
The Semi-Weekly News-Herald
PUBLISHED WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS
NEWS PUBLISHING COMPANY,
M. D. POLK, EDITOR.
One Year, in advance $5 00
Six Months 2 50
One Week 10
Single Copies, 5
One Year, in advance II 00
Six Months 50
T.?.E LARGEST CIRCULATION
Of any Cass County Paper..
REPUBLICAN NATIONAL TICKET.
' For Vice President,
GARRETT A. HOBAIiT.
of New Jersey.
" For Governor,
JOHN H. M'COLL.
For Lieutenant Governor,
For Secretary of State,
JOEL A. PIPER.
P. O. HEDLUND.
CHARLES E. CASEY.
For Attorney-General. ;
A. S. CHUCHILL.
For Supt. of Pub. Instruction,
H. R. CORBETT.
H. C. RUSSELL.
For Supreme Judges,
M. P. KINKAID.
For Regent State University,
W. G. WHITMORE.
For Congressman, First District,
HON. JESSE B. STRODE.
For County Attorney,
A. J. GRAVES.
J. A. DA VIES.
T. T. YOUNG,
E. A. POLLARD.
County Commissioner, Second District,
GEORGE V. YOUNG.
Tiie democratic rank and file do not
seem to be any worse puzzled or wor
ried more over the perplexing multi
plicity of vice-presidential candidates
than Mr. Bryan and his high advisers.
The Hannas are in demand, the
populists of Indiana having nominated
A. P. Hanna for lieutenant-governor.
Another pecular incident was the
nomination of Silas M. Iloicomb for
secretary of state.
Be in no haste to make political es
timates. Wait till the national wo
man's suffraee association meets. It
may nominate Bryan and Bittenben-
der and still farther embarrass an al
readv complicated situation. State
Altqeld says he will make no con
cession to populists. They must en
dorse the entire democratic ticket or
none of it. The governor, at this dis
tance, seems to be "porkish,"and may
find himself struggling in the soup
about November 6.
People who wish to stand up for
Nebraska must not forget Bentloy the
prohibition nominee He is for free sil
ver and that element if really loyal to
Nebraska should divide its vote equal
ly between Bentley and Bryan. Both
gentlemen reside in Lincoln and The
' News insists on a fair deal.
W. J. BkyaN has broken the silence
which draped his quarters since the
St. Louis convention to say thai, he
has confidence that everything will
be arranged all right and requests his
democratic friends not to be too harsh
in their criticisms of the brother pop--ullst,
who is sound on bimetalism.
- We Have a few more statesmen left
and if another convention should be
called we shall insist that the right
thing to do is to place the honors
where they are merited. The sound
money democrats talk of placing a
ticket in the field and no where is
there a better man fitted for the can
didacy of that party than our J. Sterl
ing Morton. The government would
be in a bad way were it not for Ne
braska. TllE report that Colonel Kroehler
was standing up for Nebraska by or
ganizing a Bently club is authorita
tively denied. Colonel Peter E. Ruff
ner has pried himself loose from the
Bentley boom and is now shouting for
Bryan. The Bryan fellows are
zealously claiming Ed. Stamm and
Fred Egenberger as being with them,
but we doubt it, as we have not heard
a word from either about Bentley ex
cept laudatory compliments.
IX A fit of absent-mindedness our
genial townsman, Capt. Orrin Chris
topher Smith, caused to be amputated
a fine growth of navy blue whiskers,
which had been the pride of the town.
Orrin could have had the populist
nomination for congress on no other
platform than was afforded by the
luxuriant whiskers, and he would
have been elected, too. It is with
deep regret that we note his disap
pearance now from a political field of
As Li Hung Chang is to visit the
United States during the presidential
. campaign, he will, of course,enjoy tho
hospitalities of the josshouse and
matte a fw speeches for McKinley.
Nebraska City News.
.. - oh,' no! China and Mexico are the
conspicuous countries which the fol
lowers of Bryan point to with pride.
They are the wonderful examples of
prosperity and civilization which we
are expected to imitate. Mr. Chang
is more likely to speak for the silver
ites than anyone else.
THE TOTAL CIRCULATION.
On the first day of April, lUb, ac
cording to the report of the treasury
department, the amount of gold and
silver coin and certificates. United
States notes and national bank notes
issued by authority of the United
States and in circulation or available
for use as money were as follows:
Gold coin $588,743,303. of which
$142,831,047 was in the treasury and
$445,021,156 was in circulation among
Silver standard dollars, $426,28y,Jl6
of which $371,497,164 was stored in the
treasury and $54,792,753 was in circu
Subsidiary silver coins, or coins loss
than a dollar. $78,216,677, of which
$15,246,374 was in the treasury and
$62,970,303 was in circulation.
United States notes (greenbacks),
$346,6S1,016, of wihch $114,392,536 was
in the treasury and $232,288,482 was in
Sherman act notes, $136,081,280, of
which $32,352,314 was in the treasury
and $103,928,966 was in circulation.
National bank notes, $221,316,027, of
which $7,110,908 was in the treasury
and $214,505,029 was in circulation.
Gold certificates, $43,022,460, of
which $583,220 was in tha treasury,and
$43,239,220 was in circulation.
Silver certificates, $348 325,504, of
which $11,293,087 was in the treasury
and $337,032,426 was in circulation.
Currency, $34,680,000,of which $200,-
0'M) was in the treasury and $34,470,01(0
was in circulation.
The totals are $695,526,729 in the
treasury and $1,528,629,463 in circula
This shows a per capita circulation
of $21.53, the population of the country
being estimated at 71,909,000.
In round numbers we have in circu
lation 446 millions in gold, 55 millions
in silver dollars, 64 millions in small
silver coins, 233 millions in green
backs, 337 millions in silver certifi
cates, 104 millions in silver notes and
214 millions in national bank nutes. In
other wbrds, out of a total circulation
of a billion and a half, much less than
one-third is gold, and yet every dollar
issued by the government is main
tained at a parity with gold and is just
as good ns gold for all business pur
poses except settlements in other
In kepudiatixo Mr. Bryan's candi
dacy the Sioux Falls Leader (dem. )
Bays that it is because the democrats
declared for a policy which will ine
vitably establish the single silver
standard; will in our opinion, wreck
the national credit and reputation;
will for many years make commercial
confidence impossible; will spread
ruin over the land; will destroy all
hopes of bimetallism in this genera
tion, and will indefinitely postpone a
revival of good times. Under these
circumstances the Argus-Leader can
see its duty in one channel. Believ
ing as this paper does, that the honor,
safetv and prosperity of the United
States would be seriously jeopardized
by the success of the democratic party
on its present platform, the Argus
Leader, with sorrow for the broken
associations, with regret at parting
from a name it has revered and loved
but with a consciousness of unavoid
able duty, withdraws from the grand
old democratic party, which has, in
our judgment, left its time-honored
principles in pursuit of strange gods,
and will throw whatever influence it
may possess on the side of the nation's
prosperity and honor.
Under free coinage the purchasing
value of our money would be reduced
one-half: but there is no reason to be
lieve that the wages of labor would be
doubled for the purpose of making
them equal to those now received. On
the contrary we have the testimony of
experience to show that in no country
that has gone from the gold to free
silver standard has labor ever gained
as much as a 50 per cent increase in
the rate of compensation, while the
cost of all of the necessaries of life has
increased from 100 to 200 per cent.
This is the kind of a fact that fully
answers the sophisteries of the free
silverites, so far as the workingman is
There is no meaner demagogue
than the man who uses the public
press or the rostrum to create a
breach or an antagonism between
the rich and the poor and to array
capital against labor. It is a land of
free speech and free men, and the
ereat misfortune is that so many use
the devil's methods under the plea of
defending the oppressed. Capital is
dependent upon labor as labor is de
pendent upon capital. No blow can be
struck at either without both feeling
it. Inter Ocean.
Those disgruntled individuals who
call themselves "free silver republi
cans" are sailing under stolen colors.
When they left the republican parly
on account of its declaration for the
old standard, they forfeited the right
to use its name for any purpose. There
is no such thing as a free silver re
publican, any more than there is a
Bob Ingersoll Christian. Globe-
Mr. Bkyan will visit Bath, Me., as
soon as he learns that he was nomi
nated by the Chicago convention, in
formation of which event is to be
given him in New York, and there he
will plan with Sewall how to down
Watson in his race for the vice presi
dency. Then it is likely that he will
incidentally call on Tom Watson down
in Alabama, and help him put up the
wickedest sort of a fight to rip Sewall
up the back in November. These
little things are possibly unpleasant,
but they are necessary. State Jour
In every state the democratic dis-
sentors to the Chicago platform and
ticket, are the men to whom the party
has looked for sound advice and lead'
ershiu and financial support in every
campafgn, says the Beatrice express,
The onlv president the party has
elected in thirty-five years, the mem
bers of his cabinet and heads of de
partments, the ex-governors, and
public men generally, the represen
tatives of great business enterprises,
the intelligent artisans and the con'
servative farmers east, west and south
are almost without exception among
those who have been driven out. The
party has divested itself of its brains
and its conscience. But all this, say
Altgeld and Tillman was expected
and desired. They went to Chicago
to declare war upon the old time dem'
ocracy. to overturn the old founda
tions of the party, to repudiate its
principles and ostracise its leaders.
and they rejoice in their success. It
was their purpose to seize the positions
held bv the old leaders, and they are
mourning because they have done it.
The whole campaign was directed to
the substitution of populism and com
mnnism for what has been deemed
democratic doctrine and they are
jubilant because that has been accom
plished. The losses they think will
be more than cancelled by the gains.
If the old leaders havo gone out,
Coxey and Waite and Pennoyor and
Altgeld and Tillman have come in. It
is a new gospel and a new alignment
of forces. The democracy of today is
no more like the democracy of the
past than anarchy is like constitu
The Railway Age, after twenty
years non-en terference in politics, an
nounces that it will be con verted into
a political organ lor tne coming
campaign in behalf of sound money.
The railway employes of the country
are an army in themselves, and every
man is vitally interested in the finan
cial isbue. Free coinage at 16 to I will
mean to them receiving their pay in
dollars of about half the buying power
of those they now receive. It will
take twice as many dollars to buy
what they buy now. And, as passen
ger rates are nxed by law, and as
freight rates cannot Do much increased.
it is impossible for them to expect a
doubling of wages especially with
the country full of unemployed men,
anxious for steady jobs. When they
understand this, the railroad boys
will vote solidly for honest money.
The brazen denial of the Nebraska
City News that Bryan was ever an at-
wruey lor ine Missouri l aoiuo nan-
M a. l W - I k . r . t l
wy coiupuuy ai ineoin is wormy oi
mention only for the presumption of
ignorance which that paper indicates
its readers are possessed of. Some one
ought to get a few distrct court plead
ings where the firm name was signed
to papers on behalf of the company
and present them to the editorial
force of the News. They might in
thai way lose their beautiful nerve,
IT reminds us of Cap. Marshall, once
postmaster of Plattsmouth. Cap. Andy
Johnsonized to keep the postoftiee and
the boys kicked and pointed out that
the stalwarts would undoubtedly win,
and be in power after the next elec
tion, and then "where is your old post-
office V'they tauntingly asked. 'Boys,:
shiu cap, "ii any administration can
turn quicker man i can, just let me
know, will you; but I want this post-
office just now." For the benefit of G.
M. and Kelly Fox. Beatrice
To THE evident disgust of Indiana
democrats, the populists in state con
vention at Indianapolis yesterday re
fused all overtures of fusion and nomi
nated a straight populist ticket. On
the matter of electors a committee of
thirteen with a middle-of-the-road
man for chairman was clothed with
full powers to select an electorial
ticket, which will be a fusion ticket.
probably, if terms can be agreed upon.
The river counties in Nebraska
seem to be making a special push on
their state fair exhibits this year and
we may fairly expect them to outdo
themsel ves in the matter. When you
go to the state fair this year you may
as well go prepared to see something,
for the die is cast and the great show
is tne order oi the day, and it is not
quite one month distant. Nebraska
It looks as though the democrats
can see tne hand writing on
and no one is willing to stand up as a
arget for the republicans this fall
Vine primaries are called for August 6
and the convention for the following
Saturday only one week, yet there is
no one spoken of as probable candi
dates for the offices.
1 HK reduced rate on grain to Chi
cago has set a great deal of the old
crop in motion and has been extreme-
ly Denenciai to tne state, urain men
estimated that one-third of the old
crop was on nana wnen tne movement
Plattsmouth is in the push this
year as iar as conventions are con
cerned. An effort should be made to
get the pop conventloo and all will be
Thkke will be Bryans galore in a
short time. Peonle havo hricun nnminrr I
their babies after the great mogul.
Imo oxe has heard of any of the
great newspapers of the country sup
porting the silverites.
These Nebraska rains are tough on
the middle of the road fellows.
The Semi-Weekly News $1.
INFORMATION AND OPINIONS.
The state board of equalization, con
sisting of Governor Holcomb, Auditor
Moore and Treasurer Bartley, is in
session at the capitol this afternoon.
The figures show a decrease in the as
sessed valuation of over $4,300,000.
This will mean a reduction of revenue
available by taxation of $307,000. The
total valuation is given at $165,07S,
270. .Lincoln. News.
The William Henry Harrison tomb
at North Bend. Ind.. was visited tne
other day by ex-President Harrison
and Mrs. Harrison. Gen. Harrison
remained at the tomb for fully an
hour, notins- carefully the location
and condition of the tomb, which is in
ruins. It is his intention to erect a
suitable tomb over the present one,
and he will probably place the matter
in the hands of a contractor as soon as
he can decide on the style of the tomb.
It was at first decided to erect a mon
ument, but it is said that the erection
of a magnificent marble tomb met
with more favor at the hands of the
ex-president. Not only do tne re
mains of William Henry lie in the
tomb, but several other members of
the Harrison family.
George F. Care and F. It Gray, of
San Francisco, who are making a
tour of the United States, Canada,
West India islands and South Amer
ica, on a $4,000 wager, nave reached
Chicago. They are to cover the dis
tance of 20,000 miles before Februarj'
A Pennsylvanian is sending ouj
speeches in favor of the free coinage
of silver at the commercial ratio of 32
to 1 as a "solution" of tuo currency
question. Bless his innocent little
heart, that is not the issue at all. His
ratio would not give us the cheap dol
lar that nil of these orators are clam
oring for. Free coinage at the com
mercial ratio was proposed by republi
cans in the we6t years ago, but the
radicals would not have it. They de
manded the old 16 to 1, and drove
every conservative man in the
country to the other side of the ques
tion. Opposition to 16 to I is not ne
cessarily opposition to silver. It is
simply opposition to the financial
suicide of a great nation. State
John T. Mallalieu, secretary of the
republican state committee, desires
the name of each McKinley or repubii
can club, also the name and address of
tho president and secretary of euch
club, be sent him as soon as an organiza
tion is effected. Clubs sending in such
infnrmnt.inn will h 6.,nlirl with a,.b
iilerature as may be at the dis posal of
the state committee, It is earnestly
that each club report
J. H. Broady began suit in district
court today agaiust J. E. Hill, claim
ing $10,000 as due him for attorney
fees in the celebrated case brought by
the state against Captain Hill to re
cover the sum lost in the Capital Na
tional failure. Captain Hill said this
afternoon when asked about the mat
ter that ho had already paid Broady
$2,000 for his services in the matter.
and considered that he bad paid him
then more than they were worth.
" vv no, ' remarKou tne editor oi an
exchange as he dropped a bunch of
manuscript into the waste basket,
'ever did a real kindness for another
without feeling a warm glow of satisfac-
tion croep into some shady corner of I
the heart and fill it with sweetness I
and peace? It is like the placing of a
bunch of violets and mignonettes in
the buttonhole, where their perfume
may be deliciouslj' perceptible all
Those men who are devoting their
spare time in explaining how news
papers should bo conducted and find
ing fault because more space is given
to articles of a sensational nature
than is devoted to chronicling those
of a pious character should turn their
batteries loose on the people who de
mand that class of literature. Very
few publishers aro in the business for
what pleasure there is in getting out
a paper and are apt to cater to the
taste of their patrons. Ex.
WKEH.NU WATER NOTKS.
From the Republican.
George Sheldon, after spending two
or three months here, loking after his
loan business, departed for his homo
hn Vermont last Saturday.
Byron llcod, living north of town,
sharpened his scythe Monday morning
and laid it down for a few minutes
when his little son tan into it, cutting-
one ankle badly and nearly severing
tho big toe or the other foot. He was
brought to town and the doctor made
him as comfortable as possible.
Rev. Donegan returned a few days
m t-m M.i i ...i v. ... I
ago irom Milwaukee, where he at
tended tho B. Y. P. U. con vention. He
says that they had a grand meeting,
but he never saw the like of boor.
Whilo lhe 2o,ooo visitors were not of-
fcrcd any ot tho Milwaukeo produc.
he says they couid smell it all the time
.ney were in tho city. He thinks the
town was in collusion with the rail
roads in keeping- the people thrn f.mr
v,..j a . wnu uuiiip.etea tncir
"1 .1 1 ' . l ft."... f V i . . r 1 . . . ' , . . .
wortt and were ready to leave.
We have $100,000 to loan at a low
rate of interest on well-improved
The National Exchange Co.,
When Baby waa sick, wt .fare her Caatoria.
Whea she vas a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria
Call For County Convention.
The democrats of Cass county, Ne
braska, are called to meet in conven
tion in tho city of Plattsmouth, on
Saturday, August 8, 1896, at 1 o'clock
p. m., lor the purpose of electing dele
gates to the state congressional and
float conventions and for the nomina
tion of the following officers:
Two members of tho legislature.
One county attorney.
One commissioner in the Second dis
trict. And for the selection of a county
central committee and for the trans
action of such business as may prop
erly come before the convention.
The primaries will be hold on
Thursday, August 6, 1896, from 7 to 8
o'clock p. m., at the usual pi ices of
holding such primary meetings, and
representation is based on the vote of
Hon. B. S. Iiamsey, one delegate for
every ten votes and major fraction
Below will bo found tho number of
delegates for each ward and precinct
is entitled to:
Salt Creek a
South Bend .
Weeoiiie Water precinct 5
Mt. Pleasant 11
Right MileGrove S
Rock Bluffs. 1st dis 10
Kock Blurts. 2d dis
1'latttsniouth pre 20
Wecoine Water. 1st ward -i
2d ward 3
3d ward 1
I'lattsniouth city, 1st ward.. 10
' 2d ward Is
" 3rd ward 13
" 4th ward 12
" " 5th ward ri
I). U. Dwvf.R, Secretary,
H. L. Travis, Chairman.
Harlan county in the future will not
allow any claim for the extermination
of the Russian thistle.
Stella, like most Nebraska towns,
seems to have gone politically crazy.
Even the marshal is compelled to take
tho street when desiring to pass a
congregation of politcal debaters.
The farmers around Douglas are
making use of the opportunity to try
the experiment of destroying chinch
bugs by turning inoculated bugs out
into the fields. Hugh Walter, alone,
has secured ten boxes of the infected
bugs for different farmers.
Guy Tennant of lied Cloud was
thrown from a horse the other night
an J had the misfortune to dislocate
his shoulder. Misfortune seems to
run in spots, for only a few weeks ago
his father, Mr. Frank Tennant, had
his shoulder broken while in Cripple
i nero win do a meeting oi tuo ex
ecutive committee of tho
state press association at the parlors
of the Koehler hotel in Grand island,
on Friday, August 7, ISoO, at 7 o'clock
P- m- to arrange date and program
lor tne 20111 annual session oi tne as
sociation. A free silver tramp attempted to de
liver a speoch in a park in Fremont
recently, but the A. O. U. W. people,
who were holding a picnic thero,
drove him off. The Salvation army
attempted to hold services at the park
the same day, but were told to desist.
No agitation goes in Fremont.
Holbrook has a gang of young men
that have organizod a glee club and
have commenced practicing singing
campaign songs and expect to , belch
quite frequently this fall. Their first
practice was held in Lotran's black
smith shop, Wednesday night. The
damage to the roof is about 7.
A baby burglary was committed on
Swongel's store at Brewster Sunday
night, a window glass was broken and
a small quantity of cigars and other J
goods taken ojt. The performers are I
supposed to be home talent of amateur
class and a detective of some rank has
been placod in charge of the case.
Services heid at Christian Science
reading room and dispensary, No 1000
Main street, near High school, as fol
lows: Sunday school at 11 a. m., Sun
day evening service, 7:30; bible losson.
Friday evening at 8 o'clock. All are
cordially invited to attend, to listen
or take part as they may feol inclined.
Rooms also open daily from 10 a. in. to
9 p. m. to those seekinc health or
truth. "Science and Health" and
other works of Rev. M. B. Eddy, on
The iron grasp of scrofula has no
mercy upon its victims. This demon
of the blood is often not satisfied with
causing dreadful 6orcs, but racks the j
body with the pains of rheumatism
until Hood s Sarsapanlla cures.
'Nearly four years ago I became af
flicted with scrofula and rheumatism.
Banning sores broke oat on my thighs.
Pieces of bone came out and an operation
was contemplated. I had rheumatism in I
was contemplated. I had rheumatism in
my legs, drawn up oat of shape. I lost ap
petite, could not sleep. I was a perfect
wreck. I continued to grow worse and
finally gave up the doctor's treatment to
take Hood's Sarsaparilla. Soon appetite
came back; the sores commenced to heal.
My limbs straightened oat and I threw
away my cratches. I am now stoat and
hearty and am farmingr. whereas four i
years ago I was a cripple. I sladly rec-
ommend Hood's Sarsaparilla
Hammond, Table Grove, Illinois
Isthe One True Hlood Purifier. All druRRists. tL
Prepared only by C. I. Hood & Co.. Lowell, Mass.
mm nf I vure unr uia, cosy w
n . . 11 It .nM
1IUUU S fills take, easy to operate. 25&
THIK.TY yaiV observation of Cantor-la with tho patronage of
million" of pwons, permit Tin to apeak of It wlthont gnoBlng.
It ia nnqnoationahly tho beat remedy for Infant and Children
tho world hat over known. It i harmL.j;hiIdrehot:It
givea them health. It will avo their liven. In it Mother havo
something which im absolutely nolo and practically porfect an a
Castoria destroy Wormi.
Caatorla allays Fevoriahnoa.
Castoria prevents vomiting Soar Cnrd.
Castoria enrea Diarrhroa and Vvinci Collo.
Cawtoria relieve Toothing Trophies.
Cawtoria enroa Conn tip at ton and riatnloncy.
Castoria neutralizes the effects of oarbonlo acid gaa or poiaonona air.
Caatoria doew not contain morphine, oplnm, or other narcotlo property.
Caatoria aawiroilatew tho food, regnlatow tho stomach and bowels,
giving hoalthy and natural aloop.
Caatoria ia pnt up in onofcize hottloa only. It ia not sold in hulk.
Don't allow any ono to anil yon anything elao on tho plea or promise
that It la " jnt an good " and " will answer every pnrpoae."
Soo that yon pet PA-S-T-O-R-I-A.
Tho fac -simile
Children Cry for
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will sell ninety copies in two months,
of their new book, 'Under Both
Flags," or a gold watch for selling
forty copies in one month. This prom:
ium is in addition to commission.
Graphic and thrilling ventures of tho
civil war both sides. Every word
written by eye witnesses. Stories of
camp fires, comradeship, deeds of da9h
and daring, anecdotes, etc. Hundreds
of war pictures. One agent reports
twenty-hvo copies sold in two davs,
another agent forty-two in four days,
Complete $1 outfit sent for 50 cents in
stamps. Write them immcdiatclv
Freight paid and credit given. This
is a splendid opportunity for students
and teachers during tho summer va
Persons w ishing to fatten cattlo and
horses on blue grass and clover inq uiie
of II. W. Beaver, Cedar Creek, Neb.
Cattle 50 cents and horses $1 a month
for the season.
..THE LEADERS.. 2
latest novelties in
I FANCY MILLINEBT I
Their stock is
grade so that the poorest as well as
the rich may be suited.
It will repay you to call and in
spect the Goods and values. We
can't be surpassed. N
t.mmA WTi 7 WiX i
ia on every
ICt-atty'a OrgMiiM hiiiI I'Iiiikim.
Hon. Daniel F. Batty, of Washing
ton,' New Jersey, the groat Organ and
Piano manufacturer, is tuilding and
shipping more organs and piano than
ever. In 1S70 Mr. Uoatty left homo a
penniless plow boy, and l3' his in
domitable will ho has worked his way
up so as to sell so far, nearly 100,000 of
Beatty's Organs and Pianos sincolHTO.
Nothing seerns to dishearten him;
obstacles laid in his way, that would
havo wrecked an ordinary man forovor,
he turns to an advertisement and
comes out of it brighter than ovor.
His instruments, as is well known, aro
very popular and aro to Inn found in all
parts of tho world. We are informed
that during tho next ten years ho in
tends to soil 2K),00() more of his mako;
that means a business of $20,000,000, if
wo average them at $1PO.OO each. It is
already the largest business of the
kind in existence. Write or call upon '
Daniel F. Boattj', Washington, Now
Jersey, for catalogue;.
WHH in iol! ;iv-ii.
Tho International News and Book
Co., of Baltimore, Md., offer $V'.(H to
a"J' agent who will sell in three
motiths 225 copies of their book "Cam
paign and Issues of 'IMj." A full,
graphic and complete account of tho
campaign all sides given. Beautifully
illustrated. Biogrphicsof tho leading
men in each party. The book of all
others to sell now. Froight paid and
credit given. Complete outfit 15
cents. Write them immediately. A
gold watch given in addition to com
mission for selling 70 copies in thirty
days. Agents wanted i.lso for other
booKs and hi bios.
Dr. AlarKliuU, (iriuliiitte IJentitit.
Dr. Marshall, fi no gold work.
Dr. Marshall, gold and porcelain
Dr. Marshall, crown and bridge work
Dr. Marshall, tooth without plat js.
Dr. Marshall, all kinds of fillings.
Dr. Marshall, all kinds of platen.
Dr. Marshall, perfect fitting plates.
Dr. Marshall, all work warranted.
All the latest appliances lor lir&t
jlass douti'.l work.
largely all the
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