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There 13 to te a trotting match in
Nebraska City cn the 1th of CXiober,
for a purse of $K3. Three fast bonees
will compete for the purse.
. ' The Republicans of Jefferson and
Cage Counties, hold a joint conven
tion at Beatrice on the4lh of Octotr,
to nominate a Representative in place
of the Hon. Nathan Blakely resigned.
ilany friend from Richardson and
John?n Counties called cjon us this
we-ek. Among the number was the
Hon. E. E. Cunningham, of Rich-ariL-c-n,
and W. II. Dancy, Alex. Riv
ens and C. Woodley, cf Johnson.
We made the acqnaintanee last week
of . A- Fulton, the nominee for Sen
. ator for the Third District. He has
the tppearance of a gentleman and a
sc holar of ref.ned tates and unexcep
tionable hibits. He is ia the practice
of law at Falls City.
The A rri cultural Department have
information from which they deduce
the fact that the corn crop in the
. Utited States this year is short one
hundred and fifty million bushels.
1 this be tree corn must rule higher
before another harvest.
Robert Tea re showed us a large
Feedling p?ar last Monday morning.
measTirirr eleven inche around. 11
i? cow cn exhibition at the State Fair.
It is the largest specimen pear we
It grew cn a tree but three
The friends of A. P. Cogswell, pre
sented his came fr Senator ai oar
last Convention, without any expec
tation cn his part that any thing cf the
tin as thought of. This much is
due to him to mention, as he made no
effort to secure the rumination.
The corner stone of the M. E. Church
at Blue Spring will be laid with the
accu-doBied ceremonies October Tth,
at 11 a. M. The Pre-iding El ler, T.
15. Ixmcn, officiating, assisted ly
Revs. W. A. Preston, G. A. Alexan
der tnd G. W. EI wood. All are cor
dially invited to attend by the pastor,
H. P. Jdann.
The London people have sent in a
very reasonable request, which should
by all means be conceded in them,
thy want John W. Wait elected a
Justice of the Peace, ar.d James Rob
inson as Constable Two very good
farmers. The wants of the neighbor
hood requires thai these officers be
located at London, and we venture
that there will not be the least oposi
tion to their wishes in this respect.
J&hn Bennett shipped from Brown
ville to SL Loui3 sixty bogs which
weighed 13,003, tnd Fold for 10 cents
per pound gross in SL Louis, or which
is the same thing as nine cents in
Brownville total, $LC2r). This is the
correct policy for selling corn, and
every farmer should investigate the
matter, and when they do po we be
' lleve they will feed more c&tJe and
hog,' and sell less corn In the ear, And
make more money.
The first frost of the season occurred
cn lat Sunday night. It was light
Ju-t sufficient to nip the blade with
out effecting the stalk. It could do
no harm in this latitude, as corn was
" Inside harm's way. Grass has been
checked. Frrmers will have to finish
haying soon. The weal her has thus
far been wet and unfavorable. Much
hay has been cut and spoiled before it
could be secured. Farm work in this
department has been rendered late for
We have Just received the Omaha
J2jsifcican Annual Poster for 1ST0.
The I2ciruWiran is issued daily, tri
weekly and weekly. It is now the
very best daily exchange we receive,
. au 1 we are pleased to I earn that sever
al cop ies are now taken In this city.
"Tt arrives here the same day printed,
clout 3 o'cWk. Our patrons who de-
sire a daily paper, should by all means
fend for the Daily I2jnJilifyin: There
may be other dalie published in Oma
". ba, if so we are cot "exchangeablj"
4 advised of the names or proprietors.
The Democratic County Ticket for
Nemaha County was sent in for pub
lication ju?t after the matter for this
issue was all on the hook. It will ap
pear in our next not, however, until
after the Republicans who have been
placed thereon, without their knowl
edge or cor.-sent, shall have time to
protest against thi' ue of their names.
c We cannot be ru.-i.Ie a party to thus
woutonly darLuage any man's charac
ter, and mere especially these of our
friends. If any Reiiubliean craves
the stigma and damaging notoriety to
le mxived by consorting with Dem
ocrats, the chance is freely offered, at
ct-.onp rates. Thev orlr want the
paying positions, while tmsc without
P--t b-oluinr Republicans can take if
they M ill. lKfeiit, dishonor and di?
rraee are sure to follow in the foot
!cps of those, if any there be, who
"y give M ay to the empty honors cf
We throw to the Lreere the strong
est county ticket this week, ever set
afloat in Nemaha County. There i?
not anoljectional.ie msn on the ticket.
There i not a man on the ticket t-ut
that exists to j -erf-inn the
the ofi'.c-e, wlit n elec-te-J, person
There was a fu'l KI:s.?a present st
the 0'-:str Convention from eaih
precinct, of the l-e?t men in the coun
ty. All were desirous of '.Iin es;h
pocrition with the Lest men, and to
that enJ worked manfully, earnestly,
passed off with out a murniur of uu-f-imes-s
or a particle cf illfeelin?.
Each cant! Ma.: aae forward a3 his
name "was anno'jnceti, j-3:-?ei
himself to aMie the action of the
convention, whether he Le the nomi
nee or rx-L
For many of the ofSces there could
be but little choice Utween several cf
of the caciidates. In fact, there were
none before the convention Lut that
could fill the petition they sought for
nith credit to themselves and profit
to the people.
Now that the nominees are l-cfcfre
us, it remains for each individual Re
publican to support then and to work
earnestly for their election. They
represent the Republican element of
the party. The patronage which
they will control when elected wi"
go to those who are working in the
Now, if Republican principles and
their policy are correct, let us see
them carried oat in the election of
the? candidates1. No one wishes to
perpetuate a wrorg idea, which they
purely will do if one of these candi
dates should be defeated.
Iit was right to put down the rebel
lion, to suppress insurrection, to per
petuate this Government then it
surely inut be rizht to support tboe
men for c See who believe in exacting
the letter of the law in this direction.
Let every Republican do his duty,
and then Nemaha county will still
retain the enviable tltie she so proud
ly wears, of being the banner Re
publican county of the State ; but let
her waver at this election. Let us
lose but one of our present nominees
at. the polL at thia coming election,
and we lose the preslajre now accor
ded to us. We need the backing that
a straight and full Republican "vote
will give us.
The leading men of the county are
frequently placed in positions in soci
ety, and in the State where a strong
majority will give them weight which
in many instances is largely beneficial
to the interests of our county.
For the priie yoa have in your
public men ; for the deep interest yoa
Live In the triumph of Republicans ;
for the future good of Nemaha county;
for your individual interests, we plead
that yoa work earnestly for the suc
cess of the whole ticket from this time
till sunset of Tuesday, October 12th.
We present our readers this week
with the Johnscf County Republican
Ticket. We are personally acquainted
with most of the nominees, and be
lieve them to be gentlemen, well ca
pable of executing in a satisfactory
'manner the trusts about to be imposed
in their keeping for the years IST0-71.
As long as Republicans nominate
good and honest men for office from
&mong the peopIe, just so long may
tkey expect to be continued in power.
This Johnson County has done. Men
of temperate habits, prudent judg
ment, of honest purpose, are safe in
any position in life. So thinks John
son County, and so think we alL
The Republicans of Gage County
have nominated the following county
ticket: For County Commissioner,
S. M. Hazen ; for Probate Judge, C.
A. Pease; for Sheriff, Daniel Free
man: lor Coroner. B. P. Chandler:
for Treasurer, II. P. Neb; for County
Clerk, D. E. Marsh; for Surveyor,
Alfred Gale ; for Assessor, S- E. Tib-
bets! for County Superintendent, L.
At the sale of State lots and lands at
Lincoln on Thursday and Friday last,
two hundred and twenty lots were
told for an aggregate of $33,o30. Up
to Friday evening $-3,07) were real
ized from the sale of lands.
District 8. S. Convention.
Programme of the District Sunday
School Convention, to be held at the
M. E. Church, Brownville, Nebraska,
commencing u ednesday evening Oc
tober 12th, 1SG3.
WEDXESEAY EVXXTXG SESSION.
1st, Singing by the Choir.
2d, Reading the Scripture and
Srd, Singing by the Choir.
4th, Address of Welcome, by Rev.
D. H. May.
5th, Election of officers.
6th, Singing by the Choir.
Tth, Discussion. Question Are
Pic Nics profitable to Sabbath Schools?
Leaders in debate, Rev. Geo. S. Alex
ander; Negative, Rev. D. Hart.
Tire BS DAY 5I0F.XIXO SESSION.
1st, Opening Exercises. .
2d, Reading of the minutes Re
port of S. S. Delegates.
Sd, Eay. Model S. S. Superin
tendent; Rev. Britt, London.
4th, Bible class; Model illustrations;
J. M. McKeuzie.
Sih, Singing by the Choir.
Cth, Discussion; Topic; How shall
we besi secure the conversion of S. S.
children? Leaders; Rev. M. Prichard,
Tth, Singing by the Choir.
AFTEBXOOX SKFIOX, CHILirSEXS
1st, Opening exercises.
2nd, Singing by the Children.
3rd. Model infant class, conducted
by E. E. Ebright,
4th, Essay on Infant class teach
ing; by Rev. W. A. Presson.
5th, Singing by the children.
Cth, Blr.kbor.rd exerciser.
Tth, Discussion, by J. W. Black
burn; Question Is the Normal S.
School course aipted to the W-st?
Leader?; Rev." A. J Swartz, Ru le Dai
ly. fcth; Question Drawer; Rev. Gep.
Sermon ky Iter. T. B. Lemmon.
Each Sunday School is intitled to
All ministers in the District are
members of the convention. Ex-ofH-
cx r? are cordially invited to attend,
j All De legates and Ministers propo
sing to attend will p lease ad udres; , i.
E. El right, who wiii make provision
for their entertainment.
WeL.-.ps that each Sabbath Sehool
will not fil to send delegates with
repcjrt embracir.g the following Hems:
Number of Seiioiars.
OfScers & Tethers.
V du in e-s in Lit rarv.
" Cnverions post vear
J. McKexzte. Ac-L Com.
GREAT FLOOD Olt THE LIITLE
r?I2IE.SE D E.VT R I" CTI O ?I OF
Four FIariag Mill Swept Awty
Hoet, Cattle aid Sneep irwd
Wheat aid Hay Mack Carried oX.
The LUScLtue published at Jenkins'
Mills, Jeiferson County, has j us been
received, containing the particulars of
the great flood that visited the Blue
river countrv three weeks pgo, mere
rumors of which only have reached
us up to this time. We transfer the
Liii'e Etui account in part to our
"Friday evening; Sept. SJ, this vi
cinity was visited by the heaviest rain
of the season.- The rain coinmeaced
filling about T pi. ixtf, and came down
in torrents all night, deluging the
earth with water.
It rainc-d more or less all day Satur
day, but the river did not rise but lit
tle. Sunday morning, the water com
menced raising, about 0 a. m. W. R.
Sr., and S. F. Jenkins, came down
the river, and repxrted the bottom
covered with water, and that it was
corning down in rolls. We hatl to
wait but a few moments to see it com
ing down in a body about four feet
high, and sweeping everything before
it. Every man on the ground pdung
ei into the water to save the lumber
and iegs about the Mill, but it was all
cf no avail almct everything was
carried away, and the water stood fif
teen feet higher than it was ever before
Wheat i Lacks were swept past like
lightning. Haystacks were torn and
scattered ovtr the waters. Houses
that were supposed tote high and dry
werecovered with water; out buildings
were carried away with their conten ts
men, women and chilerea barely
made their escape. Cattle, hojrs,
sheep and poultry were drowned. In
fact, everything either drowned or
carried away. Crops on nearly all the
tributaries of the Little Blue were
destroyed. Rose creek was swept
clean of everything. Watt's Flouring
Mill ou that creek was carried off, and
is a tc tal loss.- We have not learned
its estimated value, bat its loss to that
section is great.
The town of Free port on the oppo
site side of the river from this place.
was coverea witn water to the depth
cf eight and ten feet. The wagons,
buggies, harness, haystacks, and in
fact everything might be seen wend
ing their way St. Louis-ward. Mr.
Jas. Frazier's loss cannot be less than
i'lr while many other citizens were
heavy lost rs. We have not been able
to ascertain the amount.
We cannot give the loss of all, as it
is impossible for us to get about to see.
We will orJ v give a few of the heavi
est. D. C. Jenkins lost his entire crop;
estimated at least $lt). His loss at
the mill in damage done to the dam,
levee and machinery, is at the least
calculation, ). The water was so
high that it covered Front street from
end to end, but did net get into 2ny
of the houses in front of the kiln. It
washed the street out eight feet deep.
This was the onlj- place it done any
damage. The levee on the south side
cf the river Is gone, and a channel cut
threu:?h from above the dam that will
cost $y) or $iyy) to repair.
The school house on the bottom
above town, standing, as we supposed
five feet above high water mask, was
half covered with water.
The LitUe Blue office was complete
ly surrounded by -water, and we came
to the conclusion that if the water rose
much higher, we would have to dis
pense with this number of our paper,
but no damage was done to the ofiice.
The losses of property within three
miles of this place is estimated at $75,
OOOand the loss in this vicinity is light,
compared with some others.
This flood has been to this new
country a great damage. Plenty of
everything has been raised, more than
would be consumed but it has been
swept away, and the faunaer to-day
looks on empty fields and graneries. "
We feel satisfied that we do not
over-estimate the losses on the Little
Blue and its tributaries, when we put
it at $1,CX),0X).
As near as we can ascertain from
our own figures and those made by
others, there was eleven and three
quarter inches of water fell during last
Friday 'night. It seemed to us that
the heavens opened and poured one
ceasless stream of water down upon
the earth for nearly sixteen hours.
Streams that were never known to
have more than a foot of water in
them, had ten to fifteen feet, an i wa
ter could almost be seen standing on
Since the above was put in type, we
ere informed that Weisel's Mill and
daC at Meridian, in this county are
both g"one. We have not yet learned
the damage A gentleman in from
Water ville tells us th it the Railroad
Bridge across the Blue at Irvin, was
reported washed awa;r. The bridge is
said to be sixty feet above high water
There is no property loft, we are in
formed, on Roe creek. This creek
was thickly settled, and had !he best
grain on it of any stream in Southern
Nebraska, or Northern Kansas.
NtKjx. No news from above yeL
No travel up or down the river. We
learn to-day from farmers who have
1-een to work among the stacks of
wheat not washed away, that it is all
spoiled, owing to the water working
upward through them.
Mr. John Mitchem, just la from
above, reports Mark's Flouring Mill,
on Rrse creek, gone. This takes the
last Flouring Mill out of the country,
making four mills gone.
Parties just in from Rose creek say
that a number of spans of horses were
drowned Saturday night, and that the
water stood by actual measurement S3
feet deep. Rose creek is a small
stream and it wasiever before, since
its settlement by white men, known,
iu the biggest storms, to have risen
more than ten feet.
The Cabinet at Washington have
determined to throw the iniiuenceand
patronage of the administration in fa
vor of Davis, the Radical candidate for
Governor of Texas. They will ear
nestly oppose Dent in Mississippi.
A terriMe accident occurred at Ni
agara Falls on Friday, a carriage with
four ladies was precipitated down an
euilaukment over fifty feet high. One
of the ladies was killed, and another
fatally injured. The party was from.
Providence R. I.
The alxscondingMontreal bank book
keeper has been arrested at Buffalo.
We have alarming reports from
Spain. Popular disaffection and dis
loyalty toward the present
government exist everywhere.
On the2jth insL an order having been
issued to -disarm certain volunteer
troops &t Barcelona, the latter resist
ed; an engagement with the regulars
ensued, resulting in the defeat of the
former. The insurgents had 24 killed
a large number wounded, and 70 ta
A broker named Culver, at St. Ca
tharines, has absconded with funds
of the amount of 23,1X) belonging to
Advices from St- Thomas are to the
ISth. Three shock5 of an earthquake
were felt on the 13th. Stores were
closed and business suspended. There
were no lives lost as far as known.
General alarm prevailed.
Advices from St, Domingo, to the
fth, are to eifect that Balz had defeat
ed the rebels who were besieging
- Dr. C. F. Hall the arctic explorer
has returned. II brings several rel
ics of Sir John Franklin and party,
and saw natives who were the last to
look upon Lieutenant Crozier and his
ir.en. He found the skeletons of
many cf the party who had died from
cold and starvation.
A destructive fire occured yester
day at Alleghany City, opposite Pitts
burg. 1 he Hope Cotton MiiiS, were
totally destroyed, entailing a loss of
one hundred and fifty thousand dol
lars, and throwing S0O men out cf
work. Insurance one hundred fifteen
thousand dollars, in Eastern com pa
rues. The " Abend JZcifur.j" the leading
German paper of Chicago, was seized
on replevin writ at the instance of a
candidate of the ring party. TheZei
t:r,rj advocated the success of the peo
ples ticket- The suspension will prob
ably be temporary.
Minnesota has been visited by a
deluce of rain within the last month.
The Ioss of wheat alone is estimated
at 5.(K,0 bushels, while two-thirds
of the last crop is worthless.
The Democratic nominees of Min
nesota are as follows; Governor Geo.
L. Otis; Lieutenant Governor J. A.
Wiswell, Secretary of State T. G.
Fladelaid; Auditor L. A. Evans; At
torney General Seasrrove Smith:
Treaurer Casper Babreyeh; Clerk of
Supreme Court . L. BradwelL
There is a good deal of excitement
in Virginia over the Senatorial ques
tion. , A special to the New York Her
ald says Alexander Sharp, brother-in-law
to the President 13 brought for
ward by the conservatives; and even
some talk cf electing Horace Greely.
On the 23d inst., seventy . masked
me'n rode into Lancaster. Gerard coun
ty, Ky., took a colored man from jail
and hung him.
A defalcation of $25,000 has been dis
covered in the Exchtmge Bank, Prov
idence R. I. The cashier has been
The Secretaiy cf the Treasury has
ordered the sale of $2.),000 of gold
per week until November 1. This in
addition to the amount heretofore or
dered on the account of the sinking
The Mississippi election will com
mence December 1.
The Governor of Arkansas has is
sued an order' directing the funding
of all indebtedness of the State.
The steamship "Trade Wind" was
lost on thc24tb.
Wm. Whist, ha? been appointed Reg
istrar of the land office atBoonville,
Prince Arthur and the Governor
General of Canada visited Buffalo yes
terday. Ihey drove about the city
and lunched with ex-President Fill
The Indiana State Fair opened yes
terday. The colored citizens of Chicago have
appointed two of their ablest repre
sentatives to attend the coming Con
stitutional Convention and insist up-,
on the immediate removal of the dis
sabilities under which they,as a class,
The concert in aid of the Heme for
destitute Catholic children at the Bos
ton CoIIieum yesterday was attended
by over30,0;J persons. There was a
cfiorous of 40Q voices, with SO brass
and 20 reed pieces.
During the quarter ending June,
177,00) emigrants arrived on our shores
showing a remarkable increase. Near
ly O-jJ of the new comers were fe
males. Dr. Hays Arctic Expedition has ar
rived in safety at New Foundlaod, en
tirely successful in every object. They
report a British whaler lost in the
middle ice; the boat was crushed, but
the crew saved. ,
Another line of the ocean telegraph
is projected between Englan and No
The Spanish Government has re
solved to compel the bishop to take
the oath of adherence to the new Con
The Israelites of San Francisco hare
organized an association to aid per
sons of their faith in Europe, to immi
grate to this country.
Gov. Hoffman of New York, takes
stronjr ground azainst repudiating the
public debt, and advocates a system of
rigid economy an the public expense.
Jay Cook &, Co., made one million
dollars duriuir the late Wall street ex
citement. The "Bulls" insisted that
Secretary Boutwell promised to help
him. English speculators also had a
hand in the gold war.
Mr. Gates, a book keeper of the
Bank of Montreal, at Hamilton, ab
sconded on Friday with "yJ.OOO ob
tained on certified checks.
Late advices from Cuba are of a
discouraging nature to the revolution
ary cause. - Two Cuban Generals, it is
reported, have been assassinated, and
serious trouble is anticipated with the
American elementin the Cuban army.
Gold 2331(5 135.
Weather cold in St. Louis Over
Louis Volk, of Chicago, has been
awarded the premium for his design
for the monument to Gen. Mcpherson.
The ccst of the monument will be
$20,000, of which $15,000 has already
The internal revenue recepits yes
terday were $403,257, total for the
Robert Bonner denies that he has
consented to allow .Dexter to trot for
the benefit of the Avondale suffera.
Robert nale, formerly Superintend
ent of the Chicago, Alton and St- LoU!s
Railroad, has beeu 'appointed Chief
Engineer and Superintendent of the
At the municipal election ia Nash
ville yesterday, the Conservatives car
The Red Stocking Base Ball Club is
at work ia California , and wins ev
A LARGE AND SPLENDID
JUST RECEIVED AT
RO WX VILLE, XEB.
V &m MtVwhnl tA uimrao tSe rtm t XA-
Sheriff at the etraai fig October eic-.on-
COUXTY TKEAsrttirs. -
Ts Vie Yaten f JTemaha Cbm'yz
TbeCtoantj 025-- .re rojn it1 rmwur. Ikave
K i r-d TTMiorte lrm s County Ttwhw, i.
WMil! craiefuily rereive a r-Ve n in tr-,.r
GEJ. W. BIdATTvX.
Parker and Tfats on a 7al lonal
Parker and TTatson'a Natlenal
3ionteitn and 3IcXaIljs Geog
raphies, Daries' Arithmetic,
DaTles' Illgber 31atiieniatics,
3IoutIetIi-a School 32aps, la 8
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Tbese books are fart going Into oar School.
Teacbers regard item as .
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Send for DescrlptlTe Catalogue
A. S. BAHI7E3 iz, CO.,
Ill State St., Chicago.
GEO. B. MOORE,
XTOTICE is hereby given, that on
x Tuestiar tne iaa oar or .rtoter. a. u.
13. at lb anal piare of v4,n-! th-wml Pre
canct in NemaiatVinty,rtr-k. aSpwisl Yirts
tk'tt riu be beid fcr tne election vt tbe i;..: Kiwi 05
OSE SENATOR, for the 2d Ditrlet,
to nil Miner.
O.VE SESATOU, for tUe 3d DUtrlet,
tm fill Vaeaiicy.
" 05E REPRESENTATIVE, for the
CKatTf to till Vacancy.
Which eJertkm win be oned at o'e!ork In the
monuac. m1 mans o;x-n 01: til sociocx in Ue
anernoon 0 ue em oay.
15t order of theGovfnor, SptsV-rli I'wa.
JAMES M. HACKER,
Proposal? for Grain.
UKASQrAKTEXJI TlTTA ITM F.TT or THI PLATTfc,
uuer QrtiTFmt.Ttt 9 orrin,
OitkHA, iSrpiembe Ml, laflSk
CEALED Bids, in duplicate, with
O sruarunt nfnH hy tiro rTxnjtihIe rwr-
ties, not btdderx, wrlJ be received at itia oroe. nn:u
19 o clock a. oa Koodar, October IIUl, IMO, for
the delivery of
TVatity tbooiaad 3.anm bwbfh mf Com,
Tveotr tbooaad (33A buabois of Oats,
at Omaha. JCebearka.
IeiiTerT to cuinmence cpoo tre award or eon-
tract, ana to mcoidummi r;:t)n i.'nrtr aays Uiere-
fcji will be reeeiTed ftw any quantity not lr
than tcree tfcnsri nurieJ
ieparale bxls nu$t be msiie Tor the Corn and Oats.
BiaTjk bid; raa be fa-wl at this c-rTice.
Vu'.l eocxiitions of cc.Dtrstct Diadekooini oa ap-
pivuion at lnr onxf.
By order of Bv't iaj-Gen. AiiirL-r.
Corrected weekly for the A'Jverti-er by
3TATDBY GOOUSACXOTIIXNG RB IVIJITOK
Tt 2CarI:et tM3 week ebo-xrs a
Bn5ne CVt from Wt
Bus: neK K-iil. K
fas: it. ere. tfm Sfc5jjr.
VM. fv-ni . rtv to 2 CS.
Overvbirv. froru 7- cm. to ?S.
Coderiin. Ox to 75 ctn. U. (Z.
DRV GOODS MARKET.
Correcled weekly for the Advertiser by
MAY'S VR V GOOLS fc CtOTlI IG E;CXATOR
Mnisn. l--zC3 17.
Blea-h-1. l -.x2n.
&vn Leiiu. 2c
All Wool Ieljune. Cr.
Balmoral Skirls, f 1 7j t i SO.
Wari f Wi4ni tt.r ywnc men. on the
Baling; Hnssuon io Vouin and. tarly Manhood, with
SELF HELPfortbe Krrin and an.'crtunale. Sent
in iMled leturr enveto-. frveof eiiarre. A4.1rws.
HOWARi ASWX.1ATlU5t iiox P. PhUadti-iiia,
4 REGULAR GRADUATE OF
1 M EDICIXE, a diploma at OJEee wUl
show, fax been Kncer nifpd ia the tmtmeat
of Vkseual. SurAi and ParvATK lnKJLa
than any 4her pisy.jrifia ?n NL Ixa.
Sri'hilj, jr'irTlu'I I i'.frU J-srictTirf , CTChitti?.
Kemia. aid F.'Jplure: xii urisrr hai.es and
Fyphilit' or Merrrial AJYl!rt.'i f Thnat,
bkin or iioa, are mated irrli irr.;araieiK-a
pennatarrfaea. Sexnal rebti!:ty and Imp
teocy. as tee f.'.l vt elf iha in ywuth. sein
ai exs innfcfryrirvir tti-r !-. and
whKk prtxtic r-tmf rf iitr- f,t: jnir.e f-.-cv. as
octcrnal KmisNirtw. feiutrhe-v 6et:!Tiy. ditzi
ima, diaiiieas of s-jrt t. d u 'ui' n of kW-jc-s evil
ffirebodine. itwo u ocery of fenvi. Km
of menajry and wxiwi pei er. arii reirienns
mm rra r-roj-rf-. ar; rrraanenlly cured.
The lXieirtr'8 oprx-nusiit.ies in hi)'ral and
pnvaie practice are bhj r7as-d in 54. Loai r
any other ei.-y. K.ick f.ifii cf .-l. Louis papers
prove that he has irn lsj(-t Ler? i-ncr tbao
any other an a4veriirs.i5. Tne etbiS.hmeEi,
library, lainntory od appointicetjK. are cn
nva.11 iit t?.e west. irj: ru) anyni-rtere.
Are. wiih exoerienoe. cn be rujei 1 ioi
tijv Stcu-r can r-ufer to nuir-X phrsK-Tams t rirruca
out trie coooiry. - I a pal si.-'-.-v-ss a: J ptvsKtA
position he stands wrtbinit acvrcpelir. ,
The Writ tax ef a Pyitiria wkow rev
tatiaa fc t bioo-m Hr ahai4
a-e vrarth read Irs.
IXxto WBTTr'.ni pablhes a Heditnl rrmj
W reiatinz Ut Tewreal disea nd the
tmo and varied oon.ajaeace of e'.f-icse that
wUl be seat U aar addres in a cnaled envelope
f. t two stamps, itany pbyssrians irtrciace
Ur:iv v the dsjejr "r reading his medcnl
paxcpiiiet. 0mmojijCiLKri5 oni".iiT,Tiai. A
Irirni:v UaIS will cuMtoa it.shir. Oi' (ci
traL ye"; rrtr-1 N. tl7 ttju-ies meet. s-t.
Louis. it iiocra Stan. Ut p ni. : vg 12
BLANKS cf all kind, constantly on
fcand, at the Advertiser Job Oilier.
J. S. HETZEL'S
One Price Hew York
No. 70 3Ialn Street,
One of the largest,
best assorted and fi
nest stocks of Men and
Trunks, Valises, fyc.Sfc.
EVER OPEXED IN
These goods irere
selected by himself in
New York, for this
market, and are un
doubtedly the most
reliable goods of the
kind ever offered in
this or any other mar
Mr. Hetzel's ex
perience in this busi
ness over 15 years
enables Mm to select
his goods with more
judgement, for good
material and make,
than the great major
ity of dealers in Cloth-
These goods have all
been purchased for
Cash, at a very low
margin, and enables
him to sell them very
Low for Cash.
Few persons once
dealing with Hetzel
but will always deal
there, because his deal
ings are fair and above
board. He has 'but
New York Clothing House
NO. IO 32aln Street,
ic Great Ucxefactor.
HOME VAHISHIG iU
WARRANTED THE BEST -
And the mrr Ifartiiae thxt wabe tiKtroarily a3
kirvt at &br.kvfrtrjeitciM3e(toUec4Ai-9et
WILL- WASH FIVE
AND FIFTY SHIRTS
IN ONE HOUR.
A day's whin? reduced to ooe bocr.
Ptate aed Ct'Mty EJrtts tut saltiid far Clrcuiar.
Home 31aanfaclarln-r Co.
P KlirVA, CUPTLES, Pre.
JOS. B. "WILDE, XC T-
818 N. FoarU Slrtet and 31 Erotvlway,
ST, LOUIS, MO.
7-Sm BrownrfT!. ?Crakv
COXTAI"3 tex roLLOWtxa
jmrcs3xss or tut tzas.-
Xamber of Pt "cis iannaed.
Amoant iscaed lhereoa
CASS EICZZP7S FOR TJTZ YEAS:
Of wisxi the Interest ca Lnve
AXOTTXT PAID rOS CLAZZCS B T ISA TIT
Waa 81,U3,63 99
IXTTHZT ZECZl VXD
Wia more than t.5'',, :i t" Tie CTa!n.
CASS DITJLiXZKS TO
tathelargaaoa. oC S 263r991 17
ThJa Is More than twie ma acarb a waa paid fcy
any other Life Cctiipaay ia tie W-r'i, a appean
by tba odrtal retcma. Tb a-3-antre erJoywI by
tb poiicy -holders !s
Lis CViiipafiy over tboae ia
any other, cwu utA he UrUc-r txeispllad.
7 nr. szc rziTT
eredto j.-:y-fco!JeT is tr.an::t fc.ta tberfcar-
eier zj thinn frin lie a.-;t.Jt.t cf the Ccro
pany's A -i-t. Thee irK-l jl;- I.-jTaeata oa
Bood fc'i J yivrtKc-e cjon prcjierry wrrth in
fery z-e z.il than --wiiJe tie azuoact
Vja.v J 1 . i.-i 33T
iiorerr tr. vn 1 : -t .0X5.1 OS 7 i
EealErti!.? ' fl 5107 OS
Cih !f "j&ted W.lb Baslu and
Tru:-: Qo'9 .
rjr .rrv or n?z coypaxy
IncU::i na I"rrr.ijU!n N-Jic5'. a the huj r eT kha
Ct-rr;iiy is cooductad cj-ja an ezciiaTeiy eaai
GZyjZJZAL AGESTS TOR THE WIST,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
JARVI5 a CHURCH,
Local Agent, : : : BrownrVle.
VTere Sold in the Tear IS Z 8
NOT ONE HAS EVER FAILED
TES PEHl-ECT OFERATIOX OF EVXHT
CHAETEH OAK STOVE
its iunn Ksowjt
THEY STAND UNRIVALLED
YVr m-T!''-- r-f f .xtrsit
ALU kii .o..,..iga m v 4 mo.
Xaaafartured In the Tf a4
aiap&d to Um ub of
Rarefy do ro"! t-: teepee ran afford
rra rs.n n mi, ttczsv
tXtGlibl UiCiiuMaUiilliiJ LOi
Cli ill! N. 3X.1IN STECT,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
You Carpenter, Farmer,
ara! T-ryNijr el-? t'.: want t lay
W. RANDOL. at rem. will
' kep on haul a fu:i supplx of JCo. t
Crrtr!w1 wi-k--t t.e w: I e'a chrap K-c
f'!. or w;.i tra-te Jr (ct.-k orrr:a. Alt
rn IVr-i. yt. j
pLOTHING! CLOTHING ! ! Cheap
SUITS, for Men ami Rovs,
- N V-v . , -1- .--. y
V v.' rt ireN r, : s
Kat Is:rvrt n- . i. '3-1-
N-rfT. -T. A. Li.
.14 y.'-rm- k..t ir
j-i.. -r-. .4 u r
- - - . w
ai J-M t m a.--1 h" rrw-t -,Trw'-i-
a1 tiir-J s rr, fJi
,J . Wat
N0!-111.': h-fh7 &tti that ,t,
me i n'o.:- v x,rt SrTLm
jr.ase r;Q. w.rzA i--f Sf.
(. Ar A.. I), lt .at ti.- , . '-:-?Ttt
ar ite iK f
a. v;. y. k ,k w,
Sa Wait. Ail urrirj
ESTATE OF WL S. Kf rw
TtTIPT" 5. v 1
uww-il v er A irr .
ccemt : awl tAal lie a rn J.
" w-sy. x.--u. UL'M 1 B,.r., i. '
to t-M a-n a fKTnur " ---
a ue al 1 , ,',.'1f4.
Brwav. in a d r-rrj. . r. rf-"a a
isT. aL.'I t-e it nmrr zatt-.
Vnuj ITevt, A3iu.il;
A. vi . X ?:-;at v-
Aiiirew J. Ei::er, )
Ianii W. JTacMn. (
Jo tm2 irf re II. 2. ,,; r
rrrji. nn it t nh 1 f lmZ f- t Pa.
-- iu mr
J. C JOXE ADVrKTl-rG icrxrr
OXAHA. yZ2?iA. '
Medical D is?) ens an;
rntrance oa 13:a SirtttL
Permanent Tnsti xutioa
aaireCy fcc U. treats. ewrf
In a'? tierrerert Cc wm.-ti Tia
yer ei7rTre ia rar of mr. rm-jtk1
I- . pTir-ijcjk. &ik lz fi ev r rr ; f.
tfo: uii v ir.s.r fr-'Si ixxf r tr-a-4 ."af Tt
ereai r-c; L :t t. fpr J rr-ai ii-r; to
"iC c;.j3 k craJl-a. aaj a wu4.
tail---! i'.r i.r-.; j-LiTy ? : -r:.
Ir.r tie at c.ooe -prx iT'r ecrj hi-?' r t& rarjci
Ixfl n- -rT:v. V..e ha.: r-lw
ad tf.e :.--..-: :;ai ml a-ctal tari.: a-t
"s 2r.-rc-Bry ci. w tv rnr-i latisuw.
irmcaaji.fi; tijvel. rt! t.y j
S p r aa a t orr b ar a,
cxrei ty a wrr o4 rf't-il trrr-jru C&--Xjoo
free, aadatj-ict.y OL-aii-a-.
TO THE LADIES .
The rncwnr:a tne That fc. -Seroeej his peil
atterjT)', V, a.'l of Frm.iM wwi K
rm( iw-r, Vvr the fr'rfraru f 3
ire-!. ran rta.r -.: ; nt at tbe r-r w
Hnr.rr a eur to It. -t BrI
Owiata. Nekrasca. eri;n the pee VU.
ra a tria:a erxxlkunn 3oe.4 tce t- nvcm
a rt i r" r pr-wsae" t,'wvT'jf. fcr a
r-oimr to "Varrvr.i Ia t .t. v t ' h r-nu-a
! '"'! v w te jrrrt -f a r rj-.
-'e hr fr-ra 7 a. m t . m Mnlsn sa
J. II. SHOOK & RRO
M.inrrA.'t"irer an I Ters:a X:ive Lc-xr
of all fcirivls, WnziL, trci-.:.'. and
rmiAiiA coumr, zhsraska.
They own .-.fi mn or. t-v.e t. saw L1A
In the .Lare, and wili Jam:-fi
XECII.IXXCS AD nriLDERS
with a M:i f.f LnmNi-r r.t
snori nciC.iJ the Lu?: Mirtrt ir..t.
Lath and PicL-ets
Alwars on han 1 f v a.
They aIo el! rhp at their rra J1! H."I
!. jj gtple 1 ry t 1 Orw.,rr.
a--:, 'ic a r.r in r-r.i cse.
Rein-aitjr Ue txisujes te 10- a, an
Pern Xivcry St"blc
Vll I Li ml m or Stock.
Horses Boc-tt, Sail, mr trciAai.
Stotk Eonrdtdby thr Lry or KefL
XV PTAP.LFS are.vedwt:i gvtd H01
iar. l'-ru whi-,c fTBTenscf u o K
tjno J t Netsaiia Laa- Iwancs caa i an.""
Peru c!i Bro-KTiTilJe Ccaci
pty Stable erei-r axw-r j-r at J 9'rVrt A
M. I A-v.i cht p-irtjLr t na'" '
Vr lel il iSuujMn w" be W '- "
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Tar Xhsesaea cf tha Ttroaj tad IazX
&od x-- - i L-
PrrtT uerer before ia tbe wV fc s
tsek-re. Las as Tttoax woa a wvietr ai
spea tbe coot ienee of aver a m er
reTaedj for pu;r2-arr7'eTrr,:'l.i. TVi9J
rsw-n has nsea birtwr ai barber ia Ux
boa. as U Las Nrvcve U et i-wa- 13
cVirvtcr &i pew W car - earwei a-er
o ibe hir asi iroai. tr iu :t
LaI r-wrrtr na. t Om. W"V a.i?
C:'. ier force of u.?ae aa j rwtf chr.
at mat Esse lae wm eJocUial rvor'j
f erua iZcclx vf u Uit&aI aid ! itr. 1 j
Tia l4TA-Rt Mtdaea ailr cf frw;
b kept on tiad r every Iicu!T, aJ ed j"
i rjtiri'iit - s .'.-e fcr tar .
. i : . -. . v f - ke O
eac tefcfceJ xlcl. tVTs ccr?-. '-T
arnl paiett rrce4 to ounJ brt- rr
Cherry J'mmrmi, S COffifiet M
orer u- Lordr of U: L;." a4 Tiro
ti BKtiuie of Jxa iJ u Vk.i
inz eL-e eowi rej tsr 'Jje C1T
Brl ttey e-wJ xr t .spr.
Ai9r sMrf 2asii jAer iai J ?
A'p u tlicrrs reeTel aaJ o'un -'
Cherry ta snyLi xad frrq1 7aeI
So retHTiT zrc 3; titibs tnowa
TXX pu Lit yi ert.-iea of Ujeaa i-er- .
Ayer's Ague Cure,
Cri..I jPrr. JuannJict
and X2.del ail
I a .1 . -
Al its nasM hrTT. !t k Cr. J .
ra. Cos ti.a rr r ?-r Are-uc, j J.
Z.-3T, or aar ow- ro.nenJ r potoo
whaiercr. it' a owt in-nre aar pai
BHraler an 1 KDTortsc of a rsre ta v. -
rrv-t. are L:er;r hfrr1 Jfrart, TLi-jrJ
i;Dt:t a r&nCIel n O hj-try c-f Apf
Oar rrxle lb tj tie a. tart-
reeciTe ef tie rii.-aJ rare eerte-t .'
cs, a r-i where cJer reaie!- tJ S-l' ia.
lisrri.m rroea, -Cier rr!-1 'ji ?re
tfrtH tikirr ue rr TJSr .
For rirer- rxiar. arTrr JjTjS
of tie Liver, it aa exrewrt reattT . -
tiie Lirer into rea::wT' acur rr. , n,!
Tcr F"yts D.x- ier xjk! LreeTO T
aa evrr-.tit rearir. pnUwce "v-j -,
B5i1rshle etrr, wtfer ecr "
PTriweJ tr PS. 4. C. ATX? A --
and AMlrtiril 0em5ts, LcweS, Mi""
all rocad th wwl i.
rHIC, flJPO TEX JfOTTLX-
Sc.: J ty T
CITY DRUG :rORE.
TRLMvc.. ALI?, 7lx
A v-.-let.r. !
1J M iric I. ut
Ird Bar tp-t ,r t.e Art ZT 'JZ 7
Art 1-1 J..-rr m .. ?"rV-
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