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About Nebraska advertiser. (Brownville, Nemaha County, N.T. [Neb.]) 1856-1882 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 19, 1868)
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A. y. J iSGuw A Uon Hoaton. Maan.
Arrirfcl'&nd Dcpartar of HaLU.
fioti them A Eatr a Arrive at 12 o'clock M
, - JjcparUi at 12 " M
Northern A Eastern Arrives at 4 o'clock P M
, - iA-,rtat 8 " AM
Halo. Arrive at 8 o'clock, ax.''
IVru, Arrive at 12 " X -
" lterxtrU at 2 M PM
Hentxicc, Arrive MonJsrs, Wednesdays ana
Frklay, nt 12 o'clock M
. . Depart Tuew.laya, ThurtMlay and
hat urtlaya, at 1 o'clock P M
Grant Arrive Frlunya at 4 o'clock v u
- lK'paii Thunulaya at 8 o'clock A X
Port Office Jow 7 O'clock A MtoTPM
tjundais torn 19 to ax.
. A, D. MAlwlI, rofct Master.
St. JcpU and Canncll Bluff Railroad.
TIME SCHEDULE No. 1.
HU Joseph 8 00 a.m.
Hamburg 1 50 p.m.
12 U p.m.
J. X CoUvayp, Editor.
EROWNVILLE. THURSDAY. NOV. 19, 180ft.
C&owed Under. Locals.
Tot your Boy'i and Ladles Skates, go to the
.Pioneer Stove Store.
3aep "Warm 1 Buck , Gloves, Heating
Stove and Overshoes given away at Ta T.
Den's Pioneer Store, Oo and see him.
Xadles' Purs At nill's.
"Win. H. Hoover, Real Estate and Insu
rance Agent, Is prepared to make out all pa
:prs necessary to the conveyance of Real Es
tate. Office Court Room, Brownvillc.
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J. S. Church has not yet returned from Iowa.
Iost. On Saturday morning last, a Black
Jet Breast Tin, In the shape of a cross, bor
dse4 with gold, with a pearl In the center.
AXheral reward win be given the finder by
resuming the same to Miss Laura Collins. -
Win. 8mU has his new house on "Bird's
Tolnt," In this city, finished.
Those wishing Magazines, Papers, and Pe
riodicals for 1809 will please remember now Is
the time to eubecrihe, thereby receiving the
benefit of Club Rates, and also the January
numbers, as some of the magazines are pub
lished a mouth in advance. A. D. MARS II.
J as. Dye gives a tinging exhibition at Mt.
Ziou Church, on Monday evening, 2Crd Inst.
Physician v.'hose skill -can boeutlrely
relied upon. Is a blessing to any community.
This Is eminently true of Doctor Whittler, of
St. Louis, who confines himself to the treat
ment of chronic and other clast-es of disease
mentioned in his card, appearing in another
column. " -. -
LlcFherson's Hall Is now being plastered,
and when completed will be one of the finest
la the State.-. I f ! i . . , !
Wlnteri with its cold seA.:hing winds and
snow, Its stoppage of all out door employ
ments entirely, and In-door work to a great
extent, Is upon us. In our midst are some
persons who may suffer from want. Forget
- not that fortune's reverses may drag thee
down to want, and now "remember the poor."
. Good! Vacu&m Oil Is good fr Harness,
foe Boots and Shoes, Baggy Tops, etc. It Is
good! ! 1 For sale at J. W. Middlcton's.
Oar Farmers are finding almost a home
.market for their surplus corn to farmers In
tbelnlerlorwho ureteft almost destitute by
the drouth and grasshoppers, A great many
loads of corn changed bands on our streets
within the past week, being emptied out of
one wagon Into auoLhcx, and hauldd back
.Into the interior.
Vsa 1C Dye win sell and deliver first class
Pianos and Organs in Southern Nebraska and
Atchison County, Mo., for the Eastern Retail
-Price, and warrant the same for five years.
":S the new advertisement of C O. 4 G.V.
Dorscy, Real Estate and Land Agents, In to
duy's paper. Their facilities for the business
engaged In are unsurpassed by any firm on
the Missouri river; and their names, wher
fver known, are a sure guarantee for fair
dealing. Those in want of lands, lota, of In
formation as to the lands In this District, can
do no better Ahan address them or, tak.3 tlie
Mcpherson's 8 kiting Rink Is already
quite attractive to small boys, who skate on
iiith Impunity, and slip up some times.
The ice is hardly strong enough yet for heavy
The business of our city, taring the pres
ent season now drawing to a close, we believe
Jaalmost double that of any former season.
The efforts of our merchants to draw the trade
naturally tributary to this .point, have been
signally successful, and must continue so, so
Jong as their present spirit of fairness to cus
tomers continues. Vie believe the bulk of
goods sold in our city during this season will
double tbatof any -former orte, with profits
less than any year 6ince '6L Yet, in view of
tbejermanent drift of trade -hit her wards, all
conclude that they have done well and they
You'll sorely think yorT re In the 6ky,
. - On such downy beds oXease . .
Which at McFall A Co s. you buy;
They cannot fall to please.
'.3odey'e Lady's Book. This fine old stan
dard periodical for December, is on hand, and
the best, In point of literary material and
beautiful Illustrations, that we have ever
oooii. The fashion plaice are not only very
.elegant designs, but usually fine specimens
9f art and coloring. , A," chief excellence and
Attraction of the Lady's Book consists of tba
pure morality Inculcated by Its reading mat.
tr. "No sentence Is ever found in its pag:es
that would bring a blush to the cheek of the
ex sr wfcem It Is especially lntendvd, and
tvtryportloaot Its variety conveys a lesson
of morality that Is calculated to teach its
Traders the beauty of virtue and goodness,
: TTantd-i-Ail the game In the country,
uch as Geese, Ducks, Prairie Chickens,
Quails, Turkeys, Rabbits, Squirrels, Elk,
Doer And UiUlalo, at the City Meat Market,
whexe Hie highest market jprcfc cash' will
We would cull attention to the advertise
ment of C.W. Wheeler, Bridge Uolraad
Bole Agent for Smith's Patent Truss Bridge
for Nebraska and North Missouri. C. W.
Wheeler has built five of the Smith Truss for
our county this year, and they are pronounced
by all woo see them to bo the bext urifi.uow
In cse. The maEter in wfcich the post and
braces are arranged, effectually prtvnts
them from fplitilng, thus giving the ehllre
. cohesivo strength of tho full size of all the
timbers, which renders It almost impossible
.fcriny of them to give way, the fibers of the
.timber hat irg to be separated before they
can .do a.' Being entirely of wood, except
Ciethrouslt bolts, this bridge is holly free
from the ill effects of expansion and contrac
Uqo. It Is the pnly bridge, now in uselhnt
to a perfect cross brace to prevent careening.
This is a matter of great importance. It has
the best bottom lalteral brace. This bridge
has unequalled strength, with much less
materha tan l orOiuarUjr used. This ren
ders i,i prscUcul W er - i bridges of longer
pan thau can be done ou ary ol her plan. We
btUcvcthemto be the be voodcu bridges
built, and worthy of general adoption by all
Cesidr tj a cheap, ctroeg, ontU aii suUtanilal
,The best Teas in the Wet!, at UHl & Co'b. -
riour-Sprlng and F&ilTieat, at McGee's,
at reduced pr1'"vs. , ... . w . .
;AKol year oil Horse for Sale. J''1
quire at this offloe. v
John Deere's genuine Mollne Plows,
for sale by Theo. Hill A Co.
Gent's Piece Qoods.-Oreate6t variety in
the market at Hill ACo's. - '. , 4
; Pekin Breaking Plowi-200 T. 4 H. Smith
& Co s make, for sale by J. a Peuscr. .
The fulles stock of Hardware West of the
Mississippi, at SheUenberger Bro'a
Spring Wheat Flour-Wcrrantcd good
and satlsiaction guaranteed, at the Red Store.
45 pieces Merrimack W. mnls and 20 pieces
Corheoc ; ITlnts just opeued at; fTheo.
Hill a Co's.; - " , 1 1 I
$1200 aiid All Expenses Paid Ai
vertlsement of American Shuttle Sewing Ma
chine in our advertising colamnB,., . . r .
Chester White Pigs.-0ne pair pure Ches
ter White Pigs, three montbs old; price, 520.
Apply to R. W. FURNAS, Brownvillc,
Mis Ulary Hamilton, real lence corner of
Atlantic and 4th streets, U prepared to do all
kinds of Stitching. Braiding, Silk embroider
ing, eteon short notice and reasonable terms.
Our style of Job Work is giving very gen
eral satisfaction, and encourages us to say
that wo can do nearly ss neat a Job as St.
Louis or New York can turn out, and within
an ace as cheap.
S000 Peach Trees ' I have for sale 5000
one and two vearold Seedling Peach Trees,
grown from choice selected seed. Price, 510
per 100 or 130 per liwo. " "R. W. FURNAS, :
See the advertisement in to-days paper of
"sealed preposals for printing," for the state
of Nebraska. This Is a big thing for large
offices who can turn out work rapidly, but is
severe on country' offices, curtailing the pat
ronage that should fall to them by a great
many dollars. Its a Republican move, and
we've nothing to-say.
Ladies' and Gent's Shawls at Den's.
Falls Crrr, Neb., Nov. 13th, 1SC3.
ProLJsmes H. Dye:
. Dear Sib : I talc much pleasure in saying
that the Piano that I purchased from you le-
eentlv. of the "New York Union Co's" manu
facture, has been thoroughly, tested by com
nelant muslciansr and has proved to bean
instrument of superior dualities, I have no
hesitation in recommending thce Pianos to
all persons who wish to buy"muSlcal Instru
ments of this kind, as the best, cheapest, and
most reliable of any sold in the western
country. Very truly, Ac,
Do you want a good Mattress? Go to Mc
Fall A Co's. ;
Why not save twenty-five per cent, by buy
ing your Toilet articles and Fancy Notions at
the City Drug Store.
The Concert of Vocal and Instrumental
MuMc at Albany, Kansas, on the night bf the
10th Inst, under the direction of James R.
Dye, of Brownville,'tNebrasta, was a com
plete success. Men, women ana cniiarcp
turnfd out from every direction, and were
highly pleased with the entertainment. The
proceeds. were applied for the payment of a
Burdett Organ purcliased, for the Congrega
tional Church. The organ gave general satis
faction. G. W. BROWN.
Creese are Just now migrating frequently
and iu numerous quantities.
Pillows, Comforts, Mattresses, ad all Elnds
of Furniture In full assortment, at McFall
The Ifational Debt- There are various
Bcherucs and speculations in reference to the
public debt, but after ail their figuring and
theorixlng, this vaKtamocunt of revenue must
be raised by taxetion; and we say to one and
all, If you would be the better prepare'! to
meet this heavy ixj'tuM purchase your "Cry
Goods at A. May's Price Regulator. He gives
the best bargains In that line, and if the peo
ple could do as well in proportion, with all
their other purcJiases, we could congratulate
them on soon being able to liquidate the na
tional debt and never feel it. ;
Pillows for sale at KcFail dt Co's.
Boots & Shoes are selling unprecedentedly
low at Hetzel's. . ,
This is truly the "age of progress," and the
American people are, beyond doubt, far
ahead of all others. This is clearly demon
strated by the Sewing Machine which Is,
strictly speaking, an American invention.
In this branch of manufacture the Empire
Sewing Machine Co., office C16 Broadway,
New York City, stands pre-eminent. Their
Improved Manufacturing Machine" has no
rival. It is built on sound mechanical prin
ciples is simple in construction easily un
derstood, and not liable to get out of order.
Its sewing qualities, particularly on cloth and
leirther, cannot be equalled: and as such we
recommend It to our friends ami the public
generally. See advertisement.' " "
Choice Fruit and Fancy Candles, at Allen's
Extras. A full supply kept constantly on
hand for every machine sold by F. A. Tisdel
A Co. . . ;
Extraordinary. This age Is remarkable
for extremes. The development of science
and art within the past few years Is a wonder
to the world; the great degree of enterprise
and commercial improvement in our country
is without a parallel in hl&tory, and yet, with
all of these marks of pre-eminence, there is
nothing more gratifying and directly inter
esting than to know that our city and vicin
ity are, blessed with the best Clothing store In
the West. "Best goods and at lowest prices,"
is the motto of this establishment, and all
will know, without designating it, that of A.
May's Regulator, 27 Main street ' Verily the
Siberian Squirrel and Coney Furs at Hill
A Co's. ' .
Hanniford A Hughes' Fall stock of Fur
niture has arrived, and contains everything
in that line. Go and see 'em.
Kllbonrn, JcnVAns A. Co Jlanufuc
turt rs and Wholesale and Retail dealers, in
all kinds of Pine Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
Plclrets, Sash, Blinds, Doors, Battens, etc.
Office and Lumber Yard, corner 4th and Main
street. Brae eh Yard at Phelps City, Missouri.
We manufacture our own material in the
Fineries of O-shkosh, Wis., where we have
in operation one of the largest manufactures
of everything ma " In Pine in the world, and
obtaining our Luj iber direct from the tree,
as we do, we can sell at lower rates than any
Lumber Yard in the West which pays one
wholesale and one or two retail p routs. We
shall always kef" hand a full supply ot
everything our i. .e, so that those In want
may always rely opvii getting what they de
sire. We simply a.,k all to examine our stock
and prices before purchasing elsewhere, as we
can ensure satisfaction in both.
II C Jjetti Ixiiil Agent, lirownvllle. .
Sugar Leaf Drips, the finest article In
town, at Hill & Co's.
The November number of Peter's U. S. Mu
sical Jieview cojatalcsthe following choice
new Tfrusic: A heart that beats only for
thee," and "When I went home with Iielle,"
two me songs by theauthorof "NoraO"Near'
a 6acre3 ftong by Dishop, entltlel -Scek and
ye shall find ; "Pleasant Thought Mazufka,"
by Chi. KtatocL, arul "Lore of lh Angels,"
a beaulCal March by Packer. TUU iiU.8ie Is
written especially for the Review, and Is pub
lished In sheet form W a cost of 12,40. In ad
dition to the music, the following neairjg
matter appears: Poetry Auto ta Festivals,
andNeUIe; Soldiers'' Music; Popurar Soc ;
Early Years of Meyerbeer; What jltb the
Bells Saying; Our Village Annals; Maslc la
Poetry; -TOhetic Veman; Xew Matlc; Re
view, etc masking in all thirty-two large
bages. The Kevlew is published by J. L. Pe
ters, 13S Broadway, New Yorlr,t J2per year.
SBTnflecorl&vrSecTit?. .v -
f eed$ forLnalyxlnsr.
4 The Commissioner of Agriculture lias made
tpplicatlon to me for specimens of Corn, Oats
nd Wheat from Nebraska, fc analyzing pur-,-awi
If tome of oar farmers ttIU be good
- r.T.igU to furnish me with one.or tro pounds
ach of the above named grains, it will be an
i :;"''k kumodatlon all around, and may result
' creat good. Send or bring soon as possible,
imens from both' unbind, and bottom
would be desirable.
R. W. FUKKAS,
Prest. St Bd. Ag.
Furs All kinds at Hill A Co's.
"a full stock of Harness at Bauer's.
Tasty. Thaos Otter Hoods at Hill A Co.
Ladies' Furs. Mink and Fitch, at Hill A
Co's. ' i :
A. Splendid assortment of Albums cheap.
jriFt received at City Drug Store. ;, k'
Stoves are C very necessary article In every
rell jregalateci family, and tho SheUenberger,
Bro's have every variety and style.
We learn that A. S.- Holladay is about to
remove his Drug Store to the Old Land Office
Building, to make room in his building for
a Wholesale Liquor Store.
"The Holadays arecomlng! For.nice and
appropriate presents go to A. D. Marsh's.
. Teare &, Co. make It a speciality to keep a
full Stock of choice staple and Fancy Gro
ceries. Prof. Docker The most polite and oblig
ing gentleman Inthlsclty, Is now presiding
at the counter of Tears A Co., which fact
warrant us in saying that there is where you
get your true accommodation.
I Mean Business, I Do. I am selling my
splendid stock., of Mufflers, Scarfs, Gloves,
MltUi Overshoes, etc.,et, riglu do wn and no
mistake. Call .and be convinced, at J. 8.
Hetael's, No. 70 Mcrherson's Block.
Ermine Furs At Hill A Co's. '
5 , a
Notice. The Berry Washlngtonlan Asso
ciation wlll.meet next Sunday, Nov. 22d, 18C8,
at 3 o'clock, over the old Land Office Building.
Comfortable seats and good fires. All are in
vited foattend ; especially new members with
the necessary qualifications.
W. H. SMALL, President.
Latest Lady Washington Beaver Hoods,
at Hill A Co's. ' ' .
Ho, Stop! Stop! I Stop!!! Go and try
Hetzel's Pulse Warmers, Scarfs, Waterproof
Boots, Artie Over Shoes, Fur Caps, Fur Gloves,
Lamb's Wool Gloves,. Lamb's Wool Milts,
Iamb's Wool Undershirts and Drawers. The
good timo has come. J. S. Hctael, No. TO
McPhersoni Block. ; . .1 ;
Beautiful. Those Queen Elizabeth Beaver
noods, at Hill A Co's. -
Cold Ears. Not a pleasant thing, at any
time; but when the ear is exposed to the bleak
winds of a Nebraska prairie they are liable to
bocOme frost-bitten. Hetzel, at No. 70, Mc-
Pherson's Block, has a preventive consisting
of Muffiers made of Beaver, Otter.'Mink and
Coon Furs. Scarfs from pure wooL Call and
see. . - . . ... .....
The attention of our readers is called to the
advertisement of Coe s Dyspepsia Cure in an
other part of this paper. This trujy .Valuable
Medicine is recoineiided by oil who. use it
Read the certificates. "
I seen her at the window,
It was tny dear Lneinda, -
j .-' .' . She looked so sweet . .
V ;' - And dressed so neat,-
.' I'd gin my life to have been dah!
'. Wiy 7 ,Eecause she buys her dress goods
and trimmings at Teare A Co's.
.All kinds of Woolen Gooda,"most season
able at Teare A Co's.
Q. S Beall, opens up this evening in our
High School building, u temporary Business
College, teaching. Penmanship, all styles,
Book Keeping, etc. His method is essentially
his own, and possesses points of advantage
which those desiring to Improve tlielrhand
write, or l&u-n Btol Keeping, should avail
themselvt-s of at once.
The river Is nearly closed at this point with
mush ice, and running very slow.
- 1 m mm
You have a desire to do well in this world
as most people have, and desire of coure to
make your money buy you as good an article
as tho market affords at as low rates as possi
ble. This can be done at the wholesale and
retail dry goods 6tore of Theo. Hill A Co.', who
keep nothing but what they can warrant, and
can and do sell at as low rates as any house in
the west Our word for it, you will save
money by dealing with them.
For Bob Sleigh Shoes and Sleigh Cutter
Wood Work, go to the Fioneer Stove Store.
"Blow, blow thou wintry wind,
Thou art not so unkind
As friends remembered not
And that man certainly is his own greatest
enemy w ho doth not cloth himself from that
magnificent stock of Clothing, Furnishing
Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Mitts, Gloves,
Rubber Goods, Muflers, Scarfs, Overshoes, etc.,
which Is being sold cheaper than the cheapest
all on the eastern one price system, at No. 70,
McPhareon'B Block. .
A few of the choicest Groceries the sun
ever shone on, at Theo. Hill A Co's.
Halrj'a Patent Meat Cutter and Stuffer,
for sale ty SheUenberger Bro's, Is the most
complete thing of the kind ever invented. It
works more steadily and easily than other
meat cutters, doing, with the same amount
of power, four times the amount of work ; it
custthe meat without tearing it; "it can be
easily kept clean ; the knife is kept sharp by
the action ofthe rollers; M-Ith stuffer attach
ment it stuffs with greater rapidity and uni
formity than any other stufijug rna-iilne in
use, and the work of both can le duiic at one
operation. . . ,
For Boots and Shoes that will wear, and
at prices as low as any, go to Teare A Co's.
I Will venture the assertion that no live
man In America can sell No. 1 Clothing, Hats
Caps, Boots, Shoes and Fur Goods cheaper
than J S Hetzel, No 70 McPherson's Block.
He believes that honorable competition is
healthy and therefore asks nooddsof any man,
bellevelng that he bought as cheap as any one
could bey in the New York market for cash,
he, without vaunt or blow, defies nil combi
nations or competition, and asks the puiJic
to call where they, may be shown through the
entire stock free of charge. Buy where you
can do the beet, stJ8 Hetzen's, McPherson's
Block ' 1 ' ' ' -" ' .. -'
Old Lad las wanting ft soft shoe to fit over
their corns nicely, will call at McGIbbons'
store, where they will find Just the thing.
They are so nice.
Final Kesult ! Just received at the Red
DryEeans, Cove Oysters,
llomijoy, Can Peaches,
Dry Apples, J Can Strawberries,
Dry Peaces, Can Blackberries,
Dry Currants, Can Peas,
Dry Cherries, Can Corn,
Mustard in Jars,
Mustard inglass bottles
Mustard Dry, -Black
Kemoved. TheDorsey Bro's have remov
ed their Land Offleeto McPhersoii'a Block.
They sat upon :he front door mat,
Where softly shone the moon, -
And listened to the music that
Came from the beer saloon.
Ills manly arm did round her twine.
Their lips In kisses met;
And when he asked, Wilt thou be mine?"
She said, "I will, you bet " - v .
And as they heard the laelodeous call,
For lager beer aud bretzcls,
Says she, You look so sweet and neat
In those clothes you bofigbt at IleUels."
KORAL. - " ;
Eemember, young man, as yoa strive for
love, . .
" . Th "feathers make the bird,"
So buy your goods of JJet zel,
' Ar.tt yrm'il alntys be preferred. " .
FLOUR Winter sack Sf 00
44 ' rpiinir 4 50
CORN T bushel, old 76
....... - new ,..".50
MEAL ii bushel 75
BACON Hams lb - 20
" Shoulders V tt - I
M Sides tb 20
LART Canned &
S i'RUP Golden ( gal . 1 60
" Susar House gal. ............. 125
COFFEE J a va v 46
Rio V ft 233:33
CHEESE New York Factory $ B 25
" Country li) . 20
TEA Imperial f. fc. 2 '5
" Black V 1 73
" 'Ynuntr Hyson R - 2M
CANDLE tnr V ft . 25
" Tuliow. U ' 20
APPLES Dried lb...: .-. 15
Green bushel 2 00
PEACHES Dried i lb &
POTATOES New . bushel 75
" Sweet pound o
COAL OIL f4 gailon.... 70
EGGS 5 doz 25
BUTTER f lb 3040
HONEY-?, ft) . 25
ONION V bushel 125
SALT per barrel 4 50
LUMBER Cottonwood per 100.. 2 00.2 25
Oak 6 00
" Walnut 5 00
" Pine 3 57li0
SHINGLES Cottonwood per 1000-.. 5t"-1 00
" Pine ;. tX&7 50
LATH Cottonwood per 1000.. 7 00
Pine 7 50
WOOD Dry Hard per cord 6 00
HIDES Dry per lb 15
WHEAT Fall per bushel , I 50
" Spring 4 fcOmOO
WOOL per lb 1D25
awiwiiwjmagwria!Bt!!wi''' va h
No. 59 Ilain Street, Brownvllle.
f-? nas Just opened and will constantly
7 keep on hand a large and well ussorted
Isiock of genuine articles in his Lne.
Repairing of Clocks, Watches, end Jew
elry done on short aotice.
ALL WORK WARRANTED.
ine Ceiling, in abundance, at
. W M. 1L SMALL'S.
KEISWETTER A EIRSMAN,
Brownvllle City Meat Market.
No. 60 Main Street.
Will pay thehiytie.it vvtrkit price for good Bee
Cattle, LYilces, Siecp ana Hogs.
Female, owing to the peculiar and important re
lations which they Bnstain, their peculiar organ
ization, aud theonice they perform, are subject to
many huBerinns. Freedom rr ta lhe-e contribute
in no small degree to their happiness and welfare,
for none can be happy ho xte ill. SJ. only , but
no one of these rarioas lemale comp airus can long
be sufferei to run on without colving tbe general
hcaith of the individual, ai d ere long produce perma
nent sickness and pertuature decline. Nor is i' pie-
ant 10 eonsnlt a pDynciaa lor the relief of these
various de.icate affections, and only upon the must
uracnt necessity will a true woman so far sjcrifice
her greatest charmastodo this. The sex will then
thank ns for placing in their hands simple tpec:ncs
which will he louud efficacious in relieving aud
curing almost every one of those tronbiesorae com
plaints peculiar to the sex.
HelmsoLu s Extract of Bvchu. Hundreds
suffer ou in silence, and hundreds ot others apply
vaiuiy to druggists aud doctors, who either uiere.y
tantaiUe tbem with the h"pe ol a cure or apply
remedies which make theiu worse. I would not
wish to assert anything U t Would do injustice to
theaftiicted but 1 am obliged to say that although it
may be produced from excess-ive exhausti' n 01 the
poweiauf lite, by. laborious employment, unwhol
esome air and tovd, profuse nieusu union, jtue u.-.e
of tea aud coflee, and frequent childbirth, it is lar
of.euer caused' by direct irritation, applied 10 the
mucous membrane of the vagina itself
We review the cau-e o these distre-sing com
plaints, it is most ptiuful to conteiflp-atff the at
tendant evils ronsequent upon them. It is but sim
ple justice to tbe subject tv euumt rs' e a few of the
many additional cases wh cli so. tatgcly affect tha
lire, health, happiness of woman iu all classes of
society, and which consequent y, fleet more or less
directly, the we. tare of the eutire hum nt family.
Tbe mania that exis.s for .prec.'CioUs etucatlou and
maniage. cause: the years that natara designed fjr
corpoicai development to be wssiedaud pe. vei led
in the restraints of dress, the arly c .1. Augment of
tchool, ana especially in th uuhea:tuy axcitemeat
ol tbo bah-rooia Thus, with the b'dy b li-Uo. b4,
'and the nncd unduly excited by pleasure, perver
ting id midnight revel the hours uesigoed by iiati.re
for sleep aud rest; tue wort ot destruction is ba.f
In consequence of this early strain up n her sys
tem, uui ecesary trTort is requited bv the dcMicue
Vvtaiy to reiaiu hor i i u tl n m Sib-o! at a later
day, thus a.graniig the cvh Woen ni excite
ment is over, alio bf 1 in prospective ccps the mind
morbidly sen-uiTtt to imp e si mi while the now
couuet restraint ul la.-liivHbie d es.-, b",utly
foi bidoing the exenise inuispeuiiuiti to the attain
ment and relentn n of org uic health and strength ;
the exposure to n.'-'iitair; ite sudden change of
temperature H- mi l!rottiu rlcc'i by
exresueddiiciiig, u.ust, of necessity produce tiieir
legitimate t-tlext Atlast.au esriy mai riago can
the ciinmx of miseiy, and the unr,.rt uuaie 01 e.
hitherto so utterly regard ess of the piai i dictates
and remonstrances of her doncate nature, beci.mes
an unwil inn subject of medical treatment Ttns is
but a tmUifut piciurt of the expeneoue of ihu
saudi of our oung women
Loi g bef jietht abi.l'y to exercise the functions
of the generative oigaus. tccy tequiie an education
of their peculiar uervou system. C'.mj or or h.it
is called the tissue, whxh is, 111 cou.m ou wi:h the
lemaie breast and lips, evidently under the control
of mental emotions aud associations at au early pe
riod cf life; and. as we snail subsequently see,
rlese emotions, when excessive, lead, long before
puberity, to habits which sap the very life cf their
victims ere nature has self-Completed their devel
opment. For Female Wea ness and Debility, Whites or
Leuconhoea. Too Profuse Menstruation Exhaustion,
Too Long Continued reriods. for Froiap-us and
Bearing Down, or ProUpsus L'teri, we otTer the
most perfect spec nc knuwu : IUlmbolu t Com
jou.vu Extract or bucHP. in rec irons fur ue,
diet, and advice' aiCoiiipttuy
Females in every pe.iod of life, from infancy to
extreme old age, will Hud it a ratuedy Ui aid nature
iu the discbarge i f its functions, dtrengih is the
tl"ry of uianhiKdand womanhood. UELMBOLD'g
Extract Buchi' is more strengthening tnau auv
of the prepai alious of Bark or Iron Infinitely sa:er,
and moie pleasant Helmbolu s Kxtract Bu
chu having received the indorsement .f the mot
piommeut physicians in tbe United States, is now
effertd tu atUicted humanity as a certaiu cure for
the following diseases and symptoms, from what
ever cauee or gmaui g : General Debility Mental
and Physical Depresston. Imbecility. Deteimiiiaii.n
of Bicod to the Uead, Coi.fnsed ideas, Uy.tena
ucnerai irriuhiiity. Kestlessuess aud Sieepie s
tiess at Kight, Absence of Muscular ErBc euc. Luk
of Appe lie, Dyspepsia, Emaciation Low. snint.
Disorgatiixatton or Faralysisof the Organs uf (ien.
cration, Palpitallot. of tne fieart, and, iu fact, all
ihe coticomitauta of a nervous and Debt iuted state
of the system. To insure thegeuuine. cut this out
Ask tot Uelmbold s. Take no other. Sold by
Druggials and Dealers everywhere i?rice ttl i!5
per boitle, or six bottles loi 46 60. Delivered m
ony address. Describe symptoms in all couimuni-
cauons. Aduresa II. T HELM BOLD. l)inr
Chemical Warehou.-e t94 B. oadwav. Shv Turk
Aone are teuuine unlest. uoue ut iu steei-en
graved wrapper, with fac-siuiiie ot my l:hamical
nareaouse. an t signed H T. UfcLMBOLD
A Lecture to Young Men.
Just Published, in a Sealed Euvel.
ope. Price six cents. -
A Lecture on the Xatnr Tri
meut aud Radical Cui e of Spermatorrba; a or Sema
ual VVeukue.s. Involuulary Emissions, Sexural
Debility, and ImpeUnueuU to Maniage generally
Nervouuess, Consumption, Epilepsy, aud Fits!
Mental and Physical tucapasity, resulting from Self
Abuse, k.c By ROBERT J CULVERWELL, M D .
Author of the ' Green Boik " &.c.
Ibe world renowned author, in this admirable
LecTOre, clearly proves from bis own expenence
tt-av the awfui coinequeuce of Se'f Abuse may ie
edectu . 1 ly removed wi. Lout medicine, and with
out dangerous surgical operations, bougis, instru
rucnts. ringa, or cordials, pointing cut, a ruoue of
ure at once certain and etltctual, by which everv
Seut under seal, to any atidtes?,' in a plain sealed
enveM. on the receipt of aix ceuts, or two postage
sumps. Also,Dr.Culverweir-Marriage ouide
price 24 cents. Adress the Pubii.-her
CHA. j. j klLliE & CO
- 127 Bowery, KewWk, P. Q 4,'fi86
Good Xewi to the Afflicted.
Five years ago, whila travel. ng thiouuh 8..nh
America for my health, I discovered a remedy wh.ch
win perm.i.eui.y cure any ce of SpermaUMheaor
hemioal weakness, caused by seif abuse or seaua
excebs in mature years, in from -wo to fivo wVm
It can be useu With.-ul the knowledge ot any one"
Sent s-corei, ea.edir..n. observation and warranl
;ed to etffeci . termanet cure or money reTundM
Pice, s,S er package sutticient t cnr the n,:,"i ml
e eraie esse. Ail leuers of iuiiuuy tbetrfulVv
ai.seted. AdJ 1 7 cnetrfulij
12 4a.y J.UX BIAOS Lout,. Mo.
To the Colore! People.
I have d.scov-red a preparation to straighten th
hair I can safely gu.rantee mv preparation to
sir.ightea the most kink, ba n, tlr. " to
a. ,t win he as sfaigut as'the ha" 0?'.
numbe.s have used 11 with success. W.-ran-e'l ia
give .uf9 saufacfon and to do what it seislurth
, ibe above n alrcases. Sen, pust l '
dtreiti-na for e t.uy address on relent of n- cL
Bride and Dridegroom.
Essays for y..u..g m -n on the interesting r-la-
Manage -. t.u.de to the m,trim,.nial fel icuy
true happiness, .Sent t, man u seated .eneV en
velopes 'ree of charge A id eS4 IlO'AiTn
CIATIOX, B,x P., PhiU'leijhi. p. AllU Aii-
' a !t. Louts, Mo.
. - WAITED,
Tethers. Student,. n,l nhr IntslllgerTt K
"""' """"'"H to Dlltv for MUlf.i, -A
cure bsmeif che-piy, tuivateiy, and radical;
THIS LfccTLRIS WILL PHOVB A BOOX TU Tiior '
BANDS ANU TJJOi;3Ai US. ' W'
ready so. t
pr copy, l j
ivJdrrss for 60 ejeti
St. L. nls,M3.
Dr. 3Iotts Conception Preventive
I n-ed by orer three hnn.'reJ iboinsand ladies of
tbeAtiaDtw State alone. au.I by a lirgp n'lmber in
the West, who wou'd not be without it fur ten
time its cost. It is to tbis Preventive ibjt the
mothers nt those $Uies owe their immunity from
Urire families. It is absolutely certain, r neiilent
to itii withal be.iieaoia I toheaith. Abortioo is
cniuiaal, then use means perieitly wjral and
proper. Send stamp for pampblet cootainicg
full V.ri:cniars. Audreys,
DR. A. G. WlLBER,
(PO Box 3092 7i st. CharleHMreet.
l?-n-ly st. Louis, Mo.
Dtanteii, Catarrh, Contnmptlou and
A Treatise on Dearnes,. Catarrh, Consumptton
and Cancer? their causes.-means of Bpeedy relief
and ultimate cure. By a Pupil of tbe Academy of
Medicine. Paris. Sent to any address lor lv) cents.
Letterrrom Rob'tMcMurdy, D D , LL.D., Grand
Prela'eof Grand Euranipment of U. S and Editor
of the National Fretmaton :
New Yokk. Sept. 17, 1S87
Pr. BTILLwell was in c.Wge of Grace Chnrch
liospitii, Alexandria, Va , diiriiic the war. I fre-
queuv y.aimosiuaily, for montbs, visited this Hos
pital . and bad every means ot kmwttig his reputa
tion ror efficiency and skxll. It was of tbe
mot creditable character, auj his success in the
treat ment of patieuts was remsr ahie.
cmaAKic Vibrator n b;s into the ear, is not
perceptible, remove tingtng noi&ies in the head, and
enao.es deaf, persons to hear di.-ttuct ly at church and
pubucasseutiMies. This in,trumeni will often pro
duce rasuiualmost miraculous a-rid indeed in cases
of long stauding dearness, u will relieve in a short
tims " It may he adjusted with tbe ease f spec
tacle i. -
DS. STTLtWELL wiK bo professionally at 31
Bast Washington place, Cniveriity Buildings, N.
T.. ds'ij, 10 to 4. excepVJ'uesdays, when ha will
bet roaii 1032 Pine blreet, i-hiladelphia. Pa.
What 14 neater than a smooth clean face or arm ?
Then send for Rii.er'a Itifali. bie Depi atory for
removing all superfluous tiairfrom thebodv withort
pain or injury to ike skin. The mcst obstinate
case cured In from tia toflneen days Thousands
baveued it with success. Price per package $130
or twej for $2,25, sent post jMid. to any address with
full d:rentions for use on receipt of prke Address
F. V. RISER, Chemist 409 OUve St. St. Louis Mo.
Bas Vicen longer engaged in the IreattrvaT of
Chroiilc, Sejtual and Feuiaie Diseases than any
other Physician in 8t Louis.
Syphilis in all Its forms, Gonorrhea, Gleet,
Stricture, Orchiiis, Diabetes, and all affections of
tbe Urinary aud Sexual Organs, are treated with
the greatest surces.
Spermatorrhea, Sexual Debility aud ImpotencyJ
as tbe result of self-abu.e in youth, or sexual ex
cesses in matnrer years, which produce some of
the tollowlog ertect.-, as- bloicues, debility, dizzi
ness, rtimnes of sight, confusion of ideas, evil
foreboding, aversion u society of females, loss of
memory and sexual power, and rendering marriage
improper can he cured.
Persons sullering from Consumption, Dyspepsia,
CnroUiC Diairhea, Liver Complaint, Hernia, Rup
ture or any other chrtTtiic affection, may rely upon
receiving a radical cure.
Particular attention given to all Female Com
piaints; Inflammation and Ulceration of the
Womb, Leucorrhea, Chlorist, Steri.ity, &.c. Most
cases can be properly treated witooutau interview,
and. medicines sent by mail or exp'ess, secured free
from observation. Consultation t etter or at office
FREK. Charges moderate and cures guarrauteed.
5j-Otllce, with hospital accommodations for pa
tients. No. 617 St Charles ttreet, between Sixth
and Seventh, St. Louis, Mo.
Everybody can get, in a sealed envelope, my
theory and treatment of Sexual and Urinary Dis
easesf coutair.ing lull symptom lists, for two pos
tage stamps; also, my paper, relating to Chronic
and Female Complaints, for a three cent stamp.
Simllla Slmilibus Curantur.
.Humphreys H -mrrpathic Specifics have proved,
from the most ample experience, au entire success
simple, prompt, emci.ut and reliable. They are
the only uied cmcs penectiy adapted to popular use
sj simple thai misuses cannot be made in using
laetu; so iiarmle.-s as to be free from danger, and
so edicient as to be always reliable. They huve
raised the In gbcit commendation tiom aU, and wil
always render satisfaction.
1 Crs Fevers, Congestion, Inflamation 25
2 eureri Worms, Worm Fever, Worm C"hc S
3 cure Crying-coiic or leethitig ot infant 23
4 cuies l'iavvLo2a ot children 01 adm e 25
6 cures Dysenlavy, Griping or Biin .u coic 2.')
Sruruscn iera-ui..rous, vomiting
7 cures Coughs Coids. brouchit s -.'a
b cures Neuiaigia, toothache, ficd.ciio , i5
Semes Headache, sick headache, vertijjo -0
IU cures Dyspepsia, bnlioUistouiacL. ...;. -ij
11 ciiit-s Suppressed, or painlal periods ; Ui
12 cures Whiles, too prol use periods 25
13 cures Croup. Cough, diRicu.t bifathmg
If Tnrea St. 11 ilaum, itry .ij fcla -1 .u.u.ii;:is .
la cures Khcuniatisiii, rheumatic p.n,...
18 cm es Fever aud ague, chill lever, agues 60
l7curesFi.es. blind or bjeeding 60
1 cures 01 '-ha inv-, and sure or n-e,.k eyes 60
19 cures Cataih, accute ir chrjinc !.nt!uenz 60
W0 cures W hooping-c ugh,. violent coughs 60
21 f'ires Astlima ppressid breath: ng 60
2i ? ures Ear d;schaige3, impaired sealing ..60
ii cui es roluia, euiai geu giainis, swellings 60
it, cures tieneral ueui uy, physical wtakiiess 50
25 cures Dropsy, and scauiy secretions.... ..60
2b cui tis 8ea-sick' ess, sickness from rniiu;.......v...60
27 cures Kidney. diseases, Grat C.'.. 60
2b cures Nervous debility, seminal emissions, iu-
, voluntary dischi ges 00
23 cures aoie mouth, eaukei t...60
30cures Urinaiy weakness wetting beds ..60
31 cures Famrai periods, with pa-ms 60
32 cures Suflei ii gs at chance of hie . 100
3i cures Fpnepsy spasms, St Viius dance 100
3 cures Dipiheria, u.cerated sore throat 1 60
tauii.y cjses of 35 to 7o large vials, mo
rocrx or rot-ewood case, containing a
' specitlc for every ordinary disease a
rf " family is subject to, and bovks of di
rections, from ..$10 to $35
Smaller Fimilyand Traveling Cases, with
20 to2S via!... from $5 to $3
Specifics tor all Private Diseases, both lor
. Cunug and Preventive Treatment, in
vials and pocket cases $2to$5
Pond's Extract cures Burns, Bruises, Lameness,
Soreness, Sore Turoat, Sprains, Toothache, Earache,
Nottragia, Rheumatism, Lumbago, Piles, -Boils,
Stings. Sore Eyes, Bleeding of the Lungs, Nose,
Stuisach, or of Piles; Corns, Ulcers, Oldaores. -tfjf-Price
50 tls to l,"5.-t9L
These Remedies, except Pond's Extract, by the
case or single box, are sent to any pai t of the coun
try, by mail or express, frea cf charge, on receipt of
the pt ice.
Address Hu.mphbey's Specific
HO.MtOPATHIC MtCICISE CO ,
Offlce and Depot No. Mi Broadway, N. Y.
Dr. Humi'hrey is consulttd dai y at his oflice, per-
Boualty or Ly letter, as above, lor an lorms 01 uu-
ease.- For sale oy - .
. . McCOMAS CO.,
jg - Browuviile, Neb.
Van Solon'a Papulean Iiotion.
The greatest remedy ever discovered for the dif
easesof t;.e Skin. Cures every kind of unsightly
e nttions of the face. Removes, without fail,
PimpUt. Frtckrl. Moth Wotches. Comodmet or
Slack Worms Tan, ire, and as a heautitlor it has
n.. tqual For geni'emen atter shaving it is inval
uab e Ladies, after trying it, will ue no other.
" Papuiean Lotii n" is the only reliable remedy
for diseases and blemishes of the Skin. 'Price one
dollar. Prepared only by
S L. VAN SOLON, St. Louis, Vo.
For sale by Druggists general ;y. 12-15-ly
;c no. oo,
' Corner Slain and 31 Streets,
Hrsa H. E. Barkis,
Faiicy Goods and Notions,
Which she will sell at reasonable prices.
She H constantly in receipt, of "ew aud Ele
gant Patterns lor
Dress and Cloak Making,
- to which she pay6 particular attention.
Fluting, Stamping;, Slit eking, Braid
' , tag, done to order.
liiifi ti nsoirs
..." LOCK STICII
Awarded tho -' '
at all the principle Tairs in the World. Ev
ery Machine warranted for three years. In
.' OFFICEAT THE BAZAR.
3-tf : .
D 0.1 GOODS
1st : Styles
Just Received by
.GB, .'.... & jO.
i Ho. 76,
j Dealers in
i hardware, .
1 . ' . .
Ladle's, Gents' & ChlMrens
E00T3 AND SHOES,
I " GLASSWARE,
jHats and Caps,
! r u 11 s , j
j XO TIOXS,
A 3TD !
Forming, perhaps, the j
Most Completo j
Extensive SlocI I
olTered to j
Wholesale or Eetail
Wcbt of the Missouri River.
I - Never having: been out-.
aone for extent of stock or
Fair fleallntf;. thcr merit the
confldeiice and patrouego of
Oar Goods were nil
oiiglit for Casli
And we are prcparcJ
On the Cash Sys fceiii
To give the Public snsh bargains as will
E FY CO P E T I T 1 0
From any sourse !
Call and Examine
" Glass, Putty and Cement.
OF THK CELLUUATEI
ixcelsiar Manufacturing Comp'j.
pHESK Vi:i.T.-KNOWN AND VERY VOW
L LAit Ct 0'ilNi s 10VK3 hive ben before t!u
.ti.lic biuce i3.")2. acn suvjce;irjr year has aildei
tiieir iK.piiUritr, natil the nwiie has become fa
iilir i i every h-jrwehokl in Uie West atii South,
lie ikni;ud lor our
i-.r year wm greater than we c-u!i sn'-yly with tlw
zvi tiieti r.;.''"; anticipatir.g a greater
uiti't'ltirini tlie iiifseut year, we have n.a'le pat
vi:s 1 -.vrai ai-Ution jl sizes, and are prepared"
)lii-t!.'i!J't'.,re lv0 to j:0
. j:er dsy, of
TIT C.T r-IO IIT D I ITfUEXT SIZES.
U'e ptifaratiKe the oiwraricm f every etove w
laiitilactiire, unci olier as reference any otie f th
wu v- tiiiiu.iiiii ts that ivive bn fcold. v herevti
iev"m;iy be lu:ini. eit:i-r lab.ir or ev.i.nse liaj
-en sitaieU to make our NEW CIIAUim OAK. j
I'LKFECT COOIilACJ STOVE,
n l we offer it to f.ie trade hB the P.KST COX.
IKl'trTKI), '.')T DritAHLK and I'NUOitll
l-rati).? CuOKINCiSTOVh in the m-.rWct.
In s.i.i.tioii t. ur LXTfcNMVE MUVE LTSI
"KS rrt are pre;.;ir"i to o2T-r to St" Dealtrt'
'iu:tittiw and otitis in the ti :i 1e, the- Urzst an
iM-f e'liniili-te aS'jrtniuiit of MetaU and Tinner
tck 111 tti? Wc.:. Ottr aiTunte.-iitut w;ia th St.
iiii fintplti Cenpanr n:il.!i'S tojrive liieral
:sr..i4'!ts t hii ir-Uiveri of I iiL-NCH SlAiiPtD
lNM:i MtoNWAKK and linnrrs tupt He,
l.ivttv ri-r-v.li rriai'-d T'ne pl ires of all articiei t
tr i S M A N'L'K AC 1 Cilo, be!i eiicak-ri aud
iMi't-.-eper Ti;I lirvi it to ttetr interest to aend
- ';t ;.'-ue ni; 1: ice Lh: .:-.l-1 ourpricej
' in- iri' i.i.-i n,' i -l.-;-vi ivic A'l'iri ii
St. LotUi, lliiiOOJrt.
Are how rjft!e by the
, ' " . jUroirnnlle, Xe6.
V ITo. 27. X .
To all old Friends and Customers and
the Pnblic generally, for all
time to come.
Veiv sto n e Rf ev; g o o d s
wk will xor na
On any article ia our linr. Wc w ill e'.l tur each to
On Credit to Nobody.
VT buy forcash, anri we shall ell for cash.
havitig no bid debt?, f pn-p to give
onr cu.toier the benefit
THE GASH SYSTEM
In Iow Prices and Best Goods.
we shall keep a ful assortment of sta
fancy Gocxls. Notions, etc., an while w U
Staples as low h any house In the tf 'iirjtrj, sllfe'l
no chatre 25 per cent more for II. siery, we shall
at, thin they tit wociu to "average prjlltXutlons,
lids oo eiln'oiiiuQ the greatest variety cf
Fancy and Stap!
I ii e
C L 0 1
Of any boaee ia the trade, and bi arrangementd
' ar suca that he receive the u:et
II 0 V E L T I E S
J tartl trare , A-ore, Tim.
Hardware, '-'oi?, Tinu
nttuhurff Iron awl Xal
Vis-; Iron and Xnl.
ntteburg Iron and Xcii
1 Tfr '
v; a io
Chorttr Oa?: S'p
Charier Oak Move?,
Charter Oak Siotr.f
Eosldoa afall n'ortmmt tvi
in a first clx-a
Which win lc so!! a low the LivrJ
To a7' u hrt f;or v.-i with a ca.'l.
RAIirZlT z LZ
tfali rs in
sta ri. e a yn r. i .vc v
Hm.lsT2.clng all the IvoTeltie of ih
Also a Lirge and well s' lctdl stock cf
OLWTS'l F URXISJIIZ i G OOl
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HAT3 AIiD CATS,
salt, li mi: asd
Our (JooiU were bought of first fuinjt,
and tec think tee can cjTtTruch induce'
menU to purchasers as cannot Jail to '
suit these wishing to buy. Call and sc
All Kinds of Produce taken ia ILr
Change for" Goodj.
At the Sisn ol the
BIG BSD STSA3 !
is fie pliue t-.i buy
Kot p const in tly iti l.nn 1 a com p.
j u nt of
Sof-is, VejJslecJt. U'ir,fro
S ir in it Ri ds,
Waih Stai t-.
Kite He it
', ' " and
, , . J .Sa t,-!
t C'I.'.jc and
d Mvu'ti .mi.
lit'. Sfiri.'.r;. rh:;,!- ei
Cit uii Ri'inri
SHOW CASES 6 OFFICE W0P.S
IIABS TO ORDER J
And iinytliltii; an I pveryThlnir r'qulrp! to set
up pitun vt lain-y l.iiUx lvc i li?
All uf tli' irv. aro i ; i:i rin;:r t'.f.ictttrfvi or
put up utvl'-r their p i.il mij rin!tnih'ncei '
t hiclj i-ik l.I.s tin iu to st 11 sni nl nitl!i-sat
Kiiia.uT j'l.'O.s tana l...ttitt iiiair.ii'acturcJ
I.: at tii'! s.;t I f.f the
may l: net-i.. I. ami is
as any Ltrth; i- t;ut.
l-c' V.J at nny lline it
vt'.i'U up Inas Ciiv.'.tyli
QlTillC BDDIiL CASES
of all si, s cn-tint'.y c a h;;;i !,
I , 1 1 X f O H
V are cl"lr.r; l ulr.cs:, on
STRICTLY CASH PRICIPLTS
and hy nttcnflon to hrtsit!
i nj tho wants of
in- tiit ii ras in tf1.-
the comuvinitv, rn''-! in t
1 ast to rM.-eiV(j
thu piirrotn!; jf tlin publi
McFALZ. & CO.
JOII2I L. CARS OX,
Fxchnri','e Eorr.-ht ar.-l Fr,;.' on ill tho prin-
lHrKv;':li rr-' iv-S. j-t
est f'uM ori ti-r, iV-..i
lUf'ltt. T'' p:;I I i r '
All k Ml.'t r. I'. S,
-:: ut slhf. InN-r.
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