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THE SEMI-WEEKLY NEWS-HERALD, PLATTSMOUTH, NEB., AUGUST 7, 1897.
Ttie Seml:Weeklu News-Herald
PUBLISHED WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS
NEWS PUBLISHING COMPANY,
M. D. POLK, EDITOR.
One Year, in advance, ...... V 0
Six Months, . . 2 50
me Week, 10
Single Copies, 5
BEMI-WEEKI.T EDITION. ,
One Year, in advance .... tl 00
Six Months 50
Of any Cass County Paper.
IP WHEAT doesn't quit going up
while silver goes down in the face of
the Bryan philosophy, there i going
to be trouble ahead. The idea or en
joying prosperity under a gold stan
dard is another eroat wrong that
should bo righted.
Since Bryan's defeat the Nebras
kans have paid oil indebtedness to the
extent of $28,00u,000. There is noth
ing the matter with Nebraska except
that tho pops hypnotized it into think
ing itself ragged, penniless and
Fusion has fizzled in Iowa, and
before the mongrel county ticket here
is a week old, the clearest headed
men in all parties will realize that it is
a dismal failure in Cass, except as a
disrupter of political parties which en
gage in it.
Among a class of brass collared edi
tors a good deal of slobbering over
Judge Post is going on just now well
calculated to make the luyraun sick at
his stomach. By all mean?, if the
republican party has no better timber,
nominate Post, and then note what
will happen in November. If ji real
juri.-t, clean, ahluand above reproach,
were nominated, he would be elected.
The name of Frank D. E:iger of
Lincoln, secretary of tho last house of
the legislature, was at Srst coupled
with Schwind's as ono of a pair of
Schwindlers, but his skirls seem to be
clear. His salary grab was so modest
as only to emphasize the rich haul
made by his colleague at the senate
end of tho legislature. Schwind's
confidential relations with Mr. Bryan
didn't seem to improve him. Fremont
The disinclination of Nebraska peo
ple to trust banking institutions hav
ing led them to invest largely in state
warrants and this fact naturally rais
ing the price, it was seized upon by
the state administration as an evidence
of its superior wisdom and financial
acumen. Now that the records show
the people of this state have paid off
about $28,000,000 or indebtedness in
the last three years, wo await with in
terest the appearance of the claim
that this restored con Gdenco or pros
perity or what ever it was, had it9 in
ception in the belief of the people of
Nebraska that a populist administra
tion was coming into power. Lincoln
SOME of the populists for revenue
only, whose real political faith is de
mocratic, are criticising Milo S.
Briggs of this city for steering the
populittt craft and stealing a treasurer.
Mr. Brings is one or the cleanest,
squarest men in that party, and was
not a member of the populist confer
ence committee at all. Ho has been
an organizer and worker for the pop
ulist ticket for years and it is but
natural that he should desire the
nomination of Geo. Shrader for treas
urer. The esteem in which he was
held by his own party associates was
shown by the unsolicited and unani
mous nomination which the conven
tion gave him for tho office of county
clerk. This paper will treat Mr.
Briggs as well as other opposing can
didates, fairly but that will not inter
fere with our hearty and zealous
support of the republican nominees.
The fusion tournament at Weeping
Water yesterday was almost farcical
in it deliberations. Party pride, rest
ing in the history of political organ
izations, and party principles were
brushed aside as of little moment, and
every element was subserved in a mad
scramble for office. The flesh-pots be
came political lodestones from which
the leaders seemed unable to draw
themselves, and the result is'a ticket,
viewed in the calm afterthought of
the convention, that pleases no ele
ment of the melange that sought to do
too mjch. The better judgment of
the democrats is that they were out
classed in the fusion deal, and are left
to hold the sack. The populist who
has taken pride Id his party's triumphs
feels that a cheap surrender of prin
ciple has been made with no coin pen
sating gain. The. e are noeuthusiasts
for the ticket anywhere. It is marked
for defeat, and that too by . one of the
most decisive majorities ever given in
this county. .
POPULISTS SELECT A TICKET.
The con-fusion ticket is headed by
George Shrader for treasurer a good
citizon and a pieasant gentleman
George was" an old-time greenhacker
who believed in H it money and he lost
no time, in getting into the populist
ranks when tho theory of making a
dollar out of 50 cents worth of silver
was first espoused. Next to L. G.
JVeld and Uncle Dan Foster, Mr. Shra
der is supposed to be overstocked with
poiv.n wheeli that refuse to turn.
Billy"VTfaeeIer for sherfff fs the only
true blue, all-wool democrat that wan
nominated on the ticket. Hilly is w7
I ,n.bo. o rt.
sheriff. For recorder Oscar AL.
bash, will make tho race.
M. S. Briggs, for-county clerk
canablo man and will only
thing or being a good clerk, and that
John fvyda, for county judge, serins
to have been noroinatod to pro vent
Judge Spurlook's election being made
unanimous, but even in that ho may
John Sattlcr, the nominee for coro
nor, is a good fellow and has several
democratic symptoms though the
World-Herald says ho is a populist,'
nd the World-Herald ought to know.
Vnt- superintendent of schools, of,
course tne aemocraia were suon vi
. . - . , .
tin. bor, everybody knows that, and
John Barge, a life-long republican,
was picked up because he favored free
silver' and wanted the office. Our
schools must be pluced on a silver 10
to 1 ba&is right away, and John has
been selected as tho boy to do it.
For commissioner, J. P. Falter has
earned a renomination and ho got it
without opposition, and that is the
ticket in its entirely nominated at
Weoping Water yesterday, to bo de
feated as wo believe next November.
INFORMATION AND O l'INIONS.
The rain at Union yesterday after
noon was one of the heaviest that ever
visited that section of country in fact,
it was almost whftt could bo called a
cloudburst. The rain descended in
torrents, filling all the draws, the
creeks were out of the banks, and tho
low lands weie overflowed. A great
deal of corn was beaten into th:
ground. Nebraska City News.
Tho only drawback to the Epworth
assembly now in session at Lincoln
park seems to b-3 the unexpected
amount of success attending this first
meeting. It was found diflicult to pro
vide for all of the applicants ror
piaces on the opening day, oil. nil
were aec-.ni mod ated ar.d there is am
ple rom for all coin rrs in lha great
park. The assembly pi oui!s s to be a
source of recreation- and refreshment
to many thousands of Nclr,ikaiis.
The let news tho friend- of Mr
lirvaii have received lor some Umt3 is
the announcement that Debs and his
followers havo thrown over the boy
orator. They are for socialism straight
and the Nebraska phenomenon will
not do for their idol. Ex.
The lepublican county central com
mittce will meet at Weeping Water
tomorrow in order to call the county
convention and Ox time of primaries
and place and time of convention. The
way trains are run, Louisville is the
most accessible town in tho count
and as the convention has not been
held there for vears, we hope it will
be the point selected.
Texas can give conclusive proof or
its rapid advancement in school stnlis
tics. It spends now !H,iJUO,ihhi a year
for schools, or more than four times
is much as in 1881. It? one ' hiyU
schoel of that year has grown to 40S,
and its university, which was not then
in exis tence, has 752 students and
forty-ireven professors. Ex.
Those are crocodile tears free trad
ers are sneaaing over ine new auiy
collected on passonget s returning f r-in
Europe. Each passenger is allowed
$100 worth of baggage from duty, and
need pay nothing il he buys his cloth
ieg in America. II he lays in a large
supply abroad he is exactly the right
person to encoutitor the protective
The popocrats feel blue in Iowa,
tired in Kentucky and useless in
Massachusetts. It is only in Ohio
that they aro claiming everything, as
they dance around a bar'l. Ex.
One man writes from tho upper Yu
kon that the chief food in that region
is bear fat, and that to chaniro the
clothintr in winter means death. How
the bears get fat is not explained.
One of Andree's critics doubts if his
balloon will remain afloat more than
three weeks. If that is tho minimum
the aeronaut's chance of getting back
is good. Ex.
Advices from abroad confirm the
reports that tho groat grain-producing
sections of the world outside of the
United States are having light crops
this year, while ihe prospects ol un
usual yield in-the United States makes
it now certain that the farmers will
find the year 1897 an unusually pro
perous ono. E:.
Gold has gone to a premium of 125
in Mexico, where silver is tho stan
dard and a favor product. Professors
of silver have stopped pointing te
Mexico as an object lesson. Ex.
The Best Remedy For Rheumatism.
(From the Fairhaven, N. Y., Register.)
Mr. James Rowland, of this village.
states that for twenty-five years ht
wife has been a sufferer from rheum
atism. A few nights ago she was in
such pain that she was nearly crazy
She sent Mr. Rowland for the doctor
but he had read of Chamberlain's
Pain Balm and instead of going ror
the physician he went to the store and
secured a lwttle of it. Ilis wifo dM
not approve oi Mr.llowl,nd's purchase
at first, but nevertholessar plial tho
Balm thoroughly and in an hour's
titoe was able to go to sleep. "Che now
applies it whenever she feels an ache
or a: pain and finds' that it always
gives relief. Ho says that no medi
cine which she had used ever.d(d her
ryucn gooa. insza and ou cont
I, - "3 -V -Y'.T '.''fU-.iH.
y Ann Arbor. Michel '.
an Hcreeable vounr man
Mexico City, Mex., July 30. The
Esperanza Mining company, operat
ing near Tulteiianpo, Stale of Mexico,
is on the Bonanza lead. Thoy are
taking out in gold ore $1CO.OOO a
month. After sinking the shaft,
Manager Salzburg drifted out, and
the miners are now ZiGO feet under
ground, and lifting ore day and night.
A forty-stamp mill, ninety-five strokes
to the-minute, and a 9o0-pound stem
also keeps going tho year' round, day
and night, unceasingly. Tho com
pound Corliss engine has a 42 inch
stroke and a 28-inch low-pressure
Another shaft is being sunk west of
north of the Salzburg shaft by the
Esperanza people, and It is down 130
eet, wilh identical ore indications.
The camp at the Salzburg shart is
rrom 9,000 to 10,000 feet above sea
Texas Oil I-rikU.
Corsicana, Texas, Aug. 5. Two
more oil wells were completed re
cently, and are developing a heavy
flow of crude petroleum, aggregating
for tho two wells about 150 barrels per
day. There are now thirteen flowing
wells in tho oil district, whose output
approximates ouii oarreis, and a aozen
more wells aro under contract. The
oil is almost tho same as the Pennsyl
vania product, and tho success of the
new wells indicatesihat the supply is
The wells, with two exceptions, are
int-ido the corporate limits, and the
two large companies are engaged in
developing the - ficds, one having 50,
000 and the other about 30,000 acres of
land under lease for tho purpose.
Senator R. Q Mills owns 1000 acres in
what is pronounced to bo the richest
portion of tho oil tei ritory.
A Valuable Itelic.
To the Editor of The News:
On June 9, 1801, theboysof company
t., first Nebraska reiMiuont, asmbled
on winiersteen mil, i'iaum uii, us
did also evei y person, o il amUyo'ing,
living near here. T'h-- ladif.i had made
a vorv ii:i siiK n itr, ali i o r tii.il day
presented tin: sama lo lli' company.
Ciptaiu R. 11. Livin-ii. r--c:i ved the
Il g and m.ide a lino .-;.;i-el. .o did
tho t-thtrs. The ni ni!-i-s of tho com
pany, on their knees, took an oath
never to sun ei.der the flag-, anil ihey
kept their word.
Tho flag is today in po .-session of
Mrs. Wells. Why it should b.j is for
someone e'se to S'iy. The Hag is tho
property or tho state, but we would
like to see it deposited in our court
house museum under the care or Ben
Hempel, who To'lowed the do.ir old
Hag through the war or rebellion, and
will take ptoper care ol tho relic if
left in his charge. Wo hope to soon
seo it where it roally bulonys in the
museum of Cass county's court house.
The Urief of Itlacklx-rry Jim.
Jim Thomas has a heart as large as
an apple dumpling, and when he
started to take his family into a side
show this afternoon, he offered the
right chance, but the fa Kir who sells
tickets wanted a bill. Jim, to accom
modate him, then gave him a $5 bill.
and in two minutes time Jim was flim-
flammed to tLe Queen's taste. He
found on taking an inventory of his
assets that he h.;d but $1 left oui of
his five, which is all tho chancre ho
got back. Ho demanded the return
of hia money, but the shark wanted
tho amount credited to Jim's experi
ence account, and refused to eturn
another cent. Jiui hastened uptown
and whne the big show was gomg on
he was looking ior shorilfs and min
ions of the law.
Later Ho found Sheriff Hollowny,
and recovered his money.
There 1 Nothing ho lioort- ,
There is nothing just us eood as Dr.
King's new discovery for consumption.
coughs and colds, so demand it and do
not permit the dealer to sell you some
substitute. Ho will not claim there
is anything better, but in order to
make more profit he may claim some
thing else to bo just as good. You
want Dr. King's new discovery be
cause you kuow it to do sale and re
liable, and guaranteed to do good or
money refunded.. For coughs, Colds,
consumption and for all affections of
throat, chest and lungs, there is nolh
ing so good as is Dr. King!s new dis
covery. Trial bottle free at F. G
bricke s drug store Regular size 50
cents and $1. 3
lil You Kver
lry Electric uittois as a remedy for
your troubles? H not, get a bottle
now and get relief. This medicine
lias been found to be peculiarly adap
ted to the relief and cure of all Female
compiaints, exerting a wonderful
direct influence in givine strength
anu tone to the organs. If you have
loss of appetite, constipation, head
acho, fainting spells, or aro nervous,
auvDrc, oAiiuauic, uieiuncnoiy or
troubled with dizzy spells. Electric
Hitlers is tho medicine you need
Health and strength are guaranteed
by its use. Fifty cents and $1 at F. G
Fi-ickn's drug store. 3
Terrific Hull Morin In Iowa.
Cttomwa, I:t , Aug. 3. Incoming
trains report terrific hail and thun
tier storms in this vicinity. On the
southwestern lino of the Rock Island
a l.iiit ttorm stopped a northbound
passenger train. I ho haw stones
were of such immense size and came
in t-uch large quantities that thev
banked on the track like snow and
stopped tho locomotive. Every win
dow in the tiain was broken. The
crops were literally cut to pieces.
Special Low Bates On the M. P.
For Indianapolis, September 9 to 11,
National Encampment Sons oi Veter
ans. One fare for round trip; limit
for roturn September 17.
Indianapolis. August IS to 2.1. for
Young PeopluV Christian Union. Ono
fare for round trip; grnxl to September
j2 by deposit of tickets.
MAGNETISM THAT THERE IS IN
rhy Crusoe Didn't Print a Paper Edwin
Arnold's Love of. the Calling Chauneejr
Depew and Ilia "Jollies' A Tired lot
I like to brag about newspaper men
who have done good work because the
tnen themselves don't like it. For one
newspaper man to chant the praises of
others of his craft is considered "taboo,"
and tho very fact of its being tabooed
makes it exceptionally tempting at
times, so frail -are we all. The proper
professional attitude for a newspaper
man according to convention is that
of being always slightly bored and of
hating above all things to see his own
or another newspaper man's name iu
print. As to being in love with his pro
fession well, that's all right for a new
hand just from college, but now ratsl
Don't you believe a word about news
paper work making genuine newspaper
men tired. They couldn't keep away
from it if they tried. If Eobinsou Cru
soe had been a newspaper man, he
would have printed a flaily edition of
the Juan Fc-uandcz Castaway in blunt
stick type on tHfc sand in front of his
hut every momingmd got out an extra
when ho raptured Friday.
And it must be that age and rank and
station den t Ftrve to benumb this feel
ing. When Sir Edwin Arnold happeued
to bo in St. Louis a few years ago, a
sudden crisis in India Russians and
Englishmen glarirg at each other nerosa
the lugged eretts of the Pamirs, the
"Rcof of the World" made an inter
view with hini of especially timely
valne. It csiujo into my day's woik to
see him, and at the close of tho inter
view he fell to talking about the inci
dental phases of a possible Russo-Enj-lisli
"Should such a war be declared,"
said Sir Edwiq, "I would instantly fo
to the fictt for. my paper" the Lou
den Telegraph "and servo us 11 f p.-eial
cone-j:oiidc nt. It is tho west fuheirut
inp work iu the pn-ft-Fskn, Mid there is
none note faeivut:i rutsiiie. "
Aid a ire in it luiir ihe Liip,li;h pert
and i.t wi-i i r d;Ui wi s telling- n,e
thai 1:0 ' I : . 1C d .!;: Wl.ilcoi: b
Rilry the ...-1 :i tU-.t tiv jy iialioii.il of
living An. lit ..11 pittn. ai d thut to his
iiiibd l.i iy -v ii n i. ! i llns 10 tl.o
fai t that he vrr.s a "i.t v.fpapt r peer, "
instead r.f a 11 ..;;..zino 1 .nr.
If I f 1 ly 1 ;il Ei. Uuiiciy M. Di
pew line to j in in thip talk ;.l rt
uewf paper nun, then jt-u'd lipin to
realise what fine fellow r they real!v
are. Dr. Btpew couldn't live will i t
newspaper men. Tiiey visit him iu his
private office in the New York head
quuiters of the New York Central rail
road, and they laugh at the jokes in his
after dinner erect fcrs and bcom him for
the presidency of tho United States and
for anything else he may desire 6imply
because they like him and he likes
them. The fiiFt and only time I ever
saw Dr Depew was at the Republican
national convention of 1892 in Minne
apolis, whither Dr. Depew repaired as
one cf the "Rig Feci" cf that Aery
lively convention. He was surronuderl
six deep by "ewppaper correspondents
faeirg the m, tail and irreproachably
grcoined, looking for all tho world like
the swell VI heavy father in "The
Banker' Di.nghter," a:d giving out all
the rrws In ensistt utly conld, I sup
pose. Aril Vil i n lit! lir.fl i xhiiDF:rd Lis
btidcet f ! r Hie tiii.e 1 1 inp le tun:l iu
and pa. c the m u "Dipcw jolly" of ! -prrpn
wlkh r.F ic-al'y a ikiuy iu its
line. Cf cru.-o I'm rrt f;rir.c to tell
you what he i;.iii, bt c-rj::.e, i:oi:es.t)y, it
was a bit steep, hut I jr:ft want lo pivc
yen iiu ii'ea il ; t I would te f rcatly re
enfoiecd in this talk if 1 cc nlu hate Dr.
Doitw here to 1: ko a hand in it.
Talkirg of conventions and bearing
in mind ri.-y alrisioy expressed dislelitf
in the popsiLilily of a newspaiir man'"
ever get tii. g I j' red of newspaper woik,
I w ant to make a kind of except ion.
The tiredep" lot cf newspaper 11 en I
ever saw was ut the elte of the fan. ens
all night srssivu of the Democratic na
ticnul convention of that same year
1802 in Chicago. It was the nipl.t of
flie great anti-Cleveland light made by
Tammany in the last ditch; the night
when Bourke Coekrau made the great
est speech of his life; the night when
each an orator as Daniel of Virginia
was hooted from the platform because
the convention was actually too ex
hausted to listen; the night wheuCleve
land was nominated. With one recess,
if I am not mistaken, the convention
remained in session from 10 o'clock one
morning nntil 4 o'clock the next. It
was a crucial session, too, and kept
correspondents on the alert every mo
ment. "Bourke Cockran's Bpeech against
Cleveland was made about 2:30 in the
morning, and a dying man wonld have
been forced to listen and thrill at its
eloquent invective and masterly sar
caFin. But after that came tho awful
slump of utter weariness. When the
convention adjourned, day had brokeu
over Chicago and the streets were gray
in its early light. White faced and
limp, the corps of special correspond
ents almost staggered out and made
their sleep blind way to their respect
ive hotels. Tired? Yes, but it was as a
soldier is tired iu the trenches. A few
hours' sleep anel the fight would be re
sumed us gallantly as ever. R. D.
Saunders in St. Lonis Republic.
Owing to the inhabitants of Sweden
being very partial to the eggs of the
woodcock, it is more than probable that
the breed will bo greatly diminished, if
not nt last totally extirpated. The eggs
of the above species are to be seen for
sale in larpo numbers in the various
markets in Stockholm.
A fine specimen jnf tho white footed
antt-lope of northern India, the mother
of two fine youngsters, is at present
owned in England. The animals are ex
Tickets on sale via the popular M.
P. railway to all points in tho south
and west nt ono fare for tho round trip
plus $2 on the following dates only.
Aur. 3 and 7, Sept. 7 and 21, and Oct.
5 and 10.
C. F. STOUTENr.OROUOn, Agent.
Mr. C. L. Hasbrouck, a druggist at
Mondon, Mich., says all of the good
testimonials that have been published
by ihe manufacturers of Charr.ber-l.-iia's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy could be duplicated in that
own. For sale bv all drnggists.
The Casino Saloon
WHERE YOU CAN GET
BY THE CASE.
Pure Imported Wines and Whiskies,
and that queen of all medi-
Just the thing
for a Picnic
A bottle of our wine. The most re
freshing and invigoraling beverage
that is obtainable. We can furnish
it to you by the case or by the dozon
bottles at Philip Thierolf's. We keep
all kinds or wines and liquors es
pecially designed for family and medi
PHIL THIEROLF, Proprietor.
See Them Go !
Groceries at a price to make ihem
go. First-class fresh stock. The best
to be found on the market, delivered
at your door for the smallest possible
price. Remember they are excellent
goods. Y'ou will nppreciate the val
A. H. WECKBflCH & CO.
The little god of purity.
If but a chile, no more.
Protects all in full security
Who enter Fricke's drug store.
Every customer is safely guarded
by absolute purity, absolute accuracy,
and tho lowest prices compatible with
purity. Whether medicines which
may save life, or only unimportant
things are needed, makes no difference
with Fricke. You will get the very
best, be waited' on with equal care,
and pay the very lowest price at
which pure goods can be sold.
F. G. FRICKE & CO.
SOUTH SIXTH STREET.
Our stock Is complete ln all lines unci t
invite our friend, to look It over. We wli
Mt'lrtuvor lo please you. Call and seo us.
STHEIGHT C SATTLER.
Sni-ei-srs to .. ry Boock. 1
TTMPTU s "
receive:; a::j rjirr-RS
213 RlALTO BUILDING. CHICAGO
Or- a Jrr.vr.:-..s Smnj-.M and tt'&
oasH or for fjt !.i ilti;Vry ia margins.
Gr"oiT. fi-: x .' ! .1 xr..-l6il in L- f 1.0CI
c'uicao call and see a
S. fl. Davis, Representative.
DEAD STUCK ra BUGS
Killa RoubaabFlMo, Motba and Bedboca. Nan
poisonous; won't suun. lArgs botties, st drug
gist sad grocers, 'Ja cents.
Six improved farms in Phelps Co.,
Neb., containing from 80 to320 acres
Two improved farms in Kearney
Farms in Franklin and Gosper
A 160 acre improved farm near Re
publican City, Harlan County.
One-half section unimproved land
The Following Tracts of Land
Near Plnttsmouth, Viz:
One acre, three ncres, live acres, six acres, clpht acres,
ten acres, twenty acres, thirty acres and forty acres. Sonio of
these pmperties are well improved, having grapes, raspberries,
blackberries and other fruits in abundance.
He have twenty bargains in city f oiierly ennsistinj; of
house jnd lt.s. Hint if t;iken soon, can bo pu chnsed at Horn
one-third 1.0 two fifths ef their original price. It not often
that s-ich onporiiiuitie exist, :md now is the timo i avail
jiium1 f ef them. We in v J in ide a doznn sales ef tbN class of
prope.ty within tho nl sixty dsys.' If you mo looking for a
liiriJ cill :md see us.
R. B. WINDHAM
iimyajisWssj 1 mil'1 frjdST1
(III (MiG III 1 (lllf III!
E1Z6R SHOWN BGFORG.
They are Right in Price, Style and Fit.
Misses' Lace Chocolates from $1.10 up. Solid leather.
Misses' Button Mahogany, black trimmed, a beauty, fl.75 up.
Our Misses' Mahogany stray bow SANDATjS aro poach-a-renas.
All colors and toes from $1.10 to $2.2-rj.
It is useless to waste spaco 011 our
and Chocolates ffjU-
Froni $2.85 up. Sen then we'll do
SAY, BOYS, como and see our OX-BLOODS and tell your
Ma about them. Thoy are beauties and woar like an anvil.
We don't say you are imlei-ile because you don't buy our
shoes, but all we ask or you is to drop in and see our Sum
mer novelties. Fine line infant's seft solesy Repairing a
FOOT MILLINER. One Door West Weckbach's.
. J3 bays a Fine Violin
aJ Ohm .ilete Outfit.
tt-.lt .ui mat sad.
CO buys a Mandoline,
i;iid:;oe Maple, Mahogany or Rose
wood Finish. Fully guaranteed.
1 CO bays An American Gnitar,
, guaranteed to stand. - Steel
strings, in Mahogany or Rose
SEND FOR CATALOGUE OF SHEET MUSIC
30 buys a $100 Organ.
C i m ball Pianos p Organs
ON EASY PAYMENTS.
.. little used, for $50, $60, $80 to $100.
Writ for CmUlocuM Bad ou
HOSPE, JR., 1513
THE FINEST LINE OF
Youth's and Boys'
Urms. FACTOBT PKICES.
Douclas Street, O'JAHit, 8EB.
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