Nebraska herald. (Plattsmouth, N.T. [Neb.]) 1865-1882, March 06, 1867, Image 3
LOCAL NEWS- Frm Wfdnet'Jay'$ Daily. 3?"The News says the fine residence belonging to Col. O. II. Irish, wbich was destroyed Lj Cro list full, is to bo re built. 5Teanis are crossing on the ice j Lut appearances indicate a "break up' before many . days Lava elapsed. 5Hf Morton places all So utb Platte at the value of a 'Uni'eraitj," how much do you suppose As would ask fur the city of Omaha? The Xunpareil of Tuesday says an accession of seventy through pajjei gere via the Council Bluffs and St. Joe Hail road lst evening were added to the buy throng crowding the various hotels of our city. A Remarkable Fact. That the a sin gl instance has come to the knowledge of C. W. Roback of a failure of his Bit ters to give satisfaction in the thousand of casts in v W.ri ihej have been used, is 'worthy of remark, and undeniable evi dance of their intrinsic virtue. 3?"Some people of Omaha censured the liejiulican for publishing a sworn statement of the Republican members of the Legislature in regard to the disgrace f ul proceeding in the Hoiieo on thu 16th That paper has published a counter state incut by the factionists, not sworn to Does any one in Omaha censure it for tnat V g"Vo learn that a crazy man named John attacked Capt. Hoover, o Louisville precinct, a faw days since, with an axe, and that in self defence the Capt. was compelled to lodge a bullet in him. He lives near Mr. Hoovor's resi dence, and appears to have had an old grudge against him for preventing him iniurins a boy some time a;;o. He met noover in the woods, where he attempt ed his life with the axe, but Hoover se cured the weapon and threw it in the creek. After Hoover had gone home the man again got the axe and followed him Arriving at the house be demolished a window and then attacked the door ; whereupon II jover fired through the door, the ball taking effect in the shoulder of the asailant. Hoover came to town to day and is taking the necessary steps to have the man taken care of. From Thuraday't Daily. 3TThe Odd Fellows of Nebraska City had a grand reunion on Saturday last, says the Press. ("Emigration has already commenc ed, betokening a livly year for us. Sev eral wagen crossed the iea to-day, dan gerous as it was, they being so anxious to et settled in our fair State that they cheerfully took the risk. 2?"Dflnni9 Dean, F.sq., of Ashland, called on us this morning. lis informs us that they have ha.l tl,o 6.est 6lel:jtnnz fur tne past wees ne ever saw in ine wesi. The snow extends same ten miles this r-iioof Salt Creek. Strange, isn't it; good sleighing at Ashland, twenty-five miles from here, and muddy enough to "mire a saddle blanket" along the river. C3It is a pleasure to us to announce that Dr. F. Renner, of Nebraska City, has bctn appointed Assessor of Internal Rev enue for Nebraska, vice Holliday, of Brownville, the Copper-Johnson-Morton-Miller man, whose appointment the Sen ate refused to confirm. Renner is an old resident of Nebraska, and has served a Ion 5 time as Deputy Assessor. He is an energetic man in whatever he does, and his faithful performance of his duties while Deputy has undoubtedly had some thing to do with his promotion. It is to bo hoped that A. J. will appoint a few more of Dr's. stripe in the place of the tools who have been rejected by the Sen ate. Our German friends will be pleased to hear that Renner will commence the pub lication of a paper in their own language sometime during the month of April, to to be called the Nebraska S:ate Gttzdte (Slants Zzitung). Success, Dr. How Experience Conquers 1'rejiidice. Mr. George Thrall, of Rochester, in a recent letter to Wilcox &, Gibbs S. M. Co., writes ; "One of your machines has been used in my family for the past eighteen months. It has given perfeot satisfaction and I consider it the best Sewing machine for family use. I the rnoro cheerfully bear my testimony in its favor because I was at first prejudiced ngainst it " Erm Friday'' Daily. CSTMr. Williams, telegraph operator at this place informs us that the ice in the Missouri river broke at Brownville -at 11 A. M. yesterday. ?"The News says gentlemen who have had large experience in the culture of tobacco in Maryland and Virginia, pronounce the soil of Nebraska just adap. ed to that purpose; and will practically test toe matter daring the coming season. CL. L. Holbrook, Esq., Assistant Clerk of the Territorial Council and of the State Senate, arrived in the city this morning, having been detained at Omaha since the adjournment of the Legislature in copying the Journals ready for the printer. CaThe News calls upon its cotempo rary the Press, to substantiate the as sertion that "the entire delegation from Otoe were recreant to the trust commit ted to them." We know nothing about what "trust" was "committed to them," but the celumns of the News, the journals of the Legislature and the signatures of the members theajelres will show that they proved recreant to the interests of the people of Nebraska. It is also a well established fact that they willfully de stroyed the confidence rpoed in them by the balance of the South Platte mera bers in the Legislature. It is not denied by the News in fact its own capito correspondent verifies the statement that the Otoe delegation agreed to vot for a general apportionment if the Couu cil would defeat the bill taking one mem ber of the Council from Otoe and giving it as a float between Otoe and others This was defeated in the Council, and then every member of the House from Otoe voted against the general apportionment. We know not what the News might cal "proving recreant" to a trust, or whether any ono placed any trust in the Oto delegation ; but it is evident that they proved recreant to their word and to the wishes of a large majority of the peopl of Nebraska. From Saturday'i Daily "Can any one tell why it takes the Omaha mail all day to get to this city when it comes at all? It is due at 10 a m. C37"Tho first train for eleven days over the C. & N. W, Railroad arrived at the Bluffs on Wednesday evening. Look out for a heavy mail. 3The mail from this city westward has increased rapidly for the past three or four months. It now requires t.vo and three sacks ts accommodate that section. This is evidence of the rapid growth of the counties of Saunders, Lan caster, Gage and others accommodated by this line. CiTWe learn that II. M. Atkinson, ef Brownsville, has been appointed Register of the Land Office in that city, in place of Bedford, rejected. Atkinson is a No 1 man and politically sound. Andy ap pears to be trying to atone for Lis for mer evil deeds. 0"We learn that Lieut. Ed. Donavan has returned to Omaha, having passed a first-class examination and been assign ed to auty as a first Lieni. in tne regu lar army. He has a furlough for thirty days. At the expiration of which he will report at New Orleans 3?Our enterprising townsman, E. T. Duke, Esq., has invented a new stove pipe damper which, we think, is a little ahead of anything of the kind in exist ence. lie has, also, a new invention for a chimney cap which will certainly do away with "smoky chimneys." They will be sent to Washington in a few days, for the purpose of eecuringpatents, after which they will be presented to the pub lic. From ilonday't Daily. We get mails from Omaha about once a week now. CF"The County Commissioners held a meeting to-day. C l-'V. tv. -,.. vik loose nt Nebraska City on Friday last. C3?"It was expected that the Colorado bill would come up in the Senate on Fri day last. C3?"Two years ago to-day Andrew Johnson. made a famous speech, the first of a series of Democratic outbursts. T. K. Hanna. Esq., left for the east to. day. He will be absent about a month, and will visit Kentucky before he returns. CTrado is a little more brisk than it has been during the winter months. We noticed several wagons loading with goods at our stores to-day. C37"People are arriving in the city from the east every day. Some corns with teams, some on the cars, and some on foot any way to get to Nebraska. The crazy man who Las caused so much trouble to the people of Louisville precinct, and whom Capt. Hoover was compelled to shoot a little to keep him within bounds, has been committed to the County jail to await tho necessary steps for his removal to the Insane Asy Ium. C3?"Our City election takes place on the first Monday in next month. We hope our people will not overlook the ne cessity of electing city officers who will do something for the city. We don't want men who try to fill their own and their friends' pockets at the expense of the tax-payers, but men who have an idea above an oyster, who will dj some thing to forward the general prosperity of the town. See to it, voters. From Tutmlay't Daily. CThe city election took place in Omaha yesterday. CSee advertisement of Seed Pota toes. Good seed is half the crop. C"The roads are extremely rough, making it bad for farmers to get to town. C-The assessor says he finds some people so dirty that he considers, it his duty to record thorn as real estate. "A destructive fire occured recently at Chariton, Iowa. The Patriot esti mates the loss, over aud above insurance, at between $20,000 and $30,000. CJTAmong other Johnson appointees rejected by the Senate, we notice the name of J. P. Becker, Agent for the Paw nee Indians in Nebraska. C"Make up your mind to do a thin, and then do it. If a spider breaks his web twenty times, twenty times he will repair it. C5?"It will be seen by our market re port that wheat is up to $2. This will be good news to our farmers, cipeciallv those who held back a part or a'l of their crops. "The spirit appoars to be working marvelous thorought the State of Iowa. Every pacer from that State contains notices of the immense revivals going on throughout the State. The State Regis ter contains from one to two columns each week of notices of revivals in differ ent parts of the State. 2?"Seo atvertlsement'in another col umn of "Farm for Sal.-," bv A. L. Child This is one of the finest farms in the country, and will be sold at a great bar gain Owing to continued ill health Mr Child is unable to carry on the farm, and offers some one a No. 1 chance Who wants it? Mk. Editor. Please announce that the firm of Courtright & Graves is this day dissolved, nnl that G. W. Courtright will pay all debts and reoeive all dues of sam nrm. G. W. COCRTRIGHT. March 5th, '67' DIED- At 9 a. m. Friday, March 1st, of Con gestion of the Lungs, Edith, daughter of Rev. George C. and Vonie E. Betts, aged nine months. Funeral Service will take place at St Luke's Rectory on Sunday morning at 10 1-2 o'clock. (3?Found A Fur Collar (gentlemen's) inquire at tnis oince. SEED P0TAT0E?. Extra White Neshannock and Early GoodrichPotatocs for salo by A. L. Child, w3 Glendale. HARNESS AT COST! In order to make room for a new 8to;k in the spring, I am selling off my entire stock of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Collars Lc, at evil. All ye that want anything in my line, call in, for we are bound to sell. Main St. South side. Two doors west of Tootie, Hanna & Co'. Feb2Slm II. J. Stre;cht. Tor Sale or Sent. A good dwelling house, containing 3 rooms, situated on the hill fronting the ferry landing, together with seven lots, well fenced, and under good cultivation. There are on the premises a good cistern and out-buildings. Possession will be eiven on the 1st day of March. For par. ticulars enquire of fb21tf W. L. or S. L. Thomas. FBESII OYSTERS, Received this day from Chioago, at Simp son, Mickelwait & Co.'s. For sale at 75 cents per can. (3&rTo those wishing job-work done. we would say that now is the time and the Herald office ij the place. We are prepared to execute work in the neatest style and on short notice. rM. If. McC.uskey, Dentist, is at bis post again ia tb'm city, ready to do all kind of work in his line Me. is fast es tablishing a reputation as a No. 1 worK man. Thoe desirinz work should call as soon as possible. ClaFoR Sale Ono of Lamb's superior knitting machines the only kind made that widens and narrows. Enquire at this office. dtf. 6 DR. M- H. M'CLUSKEY DENTIST' Wi'l do all wo V in his line on short notic. 5J"Otflce with Dr. Livingston. July C. SUBSCRIPTIONS Received at the News Depot, for any of the Magazines, Periodicals and News Papers of the day, at the Publishers prices. (vi?".Vow ts the lime to subscribe. Oct. 2G. FRESH OYSTERS, Direct from Chicago, can be had at Irish's Restaurant for the small sum of 75 cents per. can. dec21dtf POST OFFICE ARRANGEMENTS. THE MAILS Wll.r. CLOSE A FOLLOWS: SASTERV mail will close at - 9 a. m. (S 'L'TH KRX at . - 9 a.m. NOKTHEKX and WESTERN at - 1 p. ra. MAILS ARB DUE A3 FOLLOWS" From the EAST at . 10 a.m. NORTH anl WEST at - 10 a. ni. " SOUTH at - 2 p. m. POBT-OrFICK HOURS. Open from 7 a. ui. to 8 p. in. l'?,"When caliine for mail please cive your name ri Hli'l then the No. of your Box. sj-w n-n calling for Mamii stve the number of stamps or amount ycu wi-h to buy. J. v. .UAKSllALI., TostmaMer. Piatt smouth. Lodge No- 6, A. F- & A- XI. reirnlsrcommunications 1st and 3d Mondays of each month, at 6 1 2 o'clock, p. in. E. T. DUKE. W. H. W. H. ANDERSON. Sec Nebraska Chapter No-3, R. A. M. Uecular convocations 2J and 4:h Wed net days of ach mouth, at 6 1-2 o'clock p m. V. U. WHEELER, H. P. K. C. LEWIS, Sec. I. 0. 0. F. Vlatte Lodee. No. 7. meets everr Saturdar ereninv at tlie C.urt House Hall, ltfotl ers o other Lodrm r.i rrvpectfnl'.y invited to visit this Lodpe. nyorueroi A. L,. trKAOUE, Si.Q. V. P. Gass, See.Sec'y. St. Luke's Parish Vestry. tlepular meetings first Tuesl.iv of '-verr month. t 7 p. m. Rev. GEO. C. it " TT3. ti. K. Livisgsto.v, Clerk. Chairman. I. 0. O. T. Regular meetiscs everr Fridav evecine. Trmv.nn. Templars respectfully icviterl. K. C. LEWIS, W.C.T. WES MONTGOMERY, W. 8. SAM'LM. CHAPMAN, Lodse Deputy, 5J-5TAR OF LCn LODGE No. 8, Sit. Fleasant. bolls regular meetings every Saturday evenias. Bro- S. A. DAVIS, W. C. T. g ster MATTII BATES. W. 8. Bro F. ft!. TIMBLIN, Lodc Deputy 1 OTOB Lodie, No. 4. Nebraska Citv. rig. nar meetings every Tuesd.iy evening. i.ro. a. j. jiaaiMNU, W. C. T. l'ro. E. Ros WniTit, XV. s. Siner Alice Mortos, W. T. T. regular meetings every Tueday even ing. Itro. A MtHR t- W n f fJIUro. W B. WaEBRiTTOif, W.d. ' oro. j.j. nuonow, i,u, HEAL ESTATE D. TL Wheeler & Co t Real Estate Agents .PLATTSMOUTH. N. T., Offer for tale the follow in I Keal Estate. Sec T'p K Acre Fast half northeast quir'.rr 22 12 Jl 80 West lialr northwest quarter 8.1 I J II 80 South half northeast quarter 3-2 18 12 80 N'orrh half southeast quarter 82 12 1-2 80 Northeast quarter IS 11 13 160 Sou'liweft quarter 82 II 11 10 West half southeast quarter 8 II 11 SO North half southeast quarter 16 10 14 80 West half northeast qu i'ter 3 11 11 80 Sorthwe-t quarter northwest qr 13 1'2 13 40 Wet h:ilf somhwes'. quirter 12 12 13 HO Eat half foaihea-t quarter 4 10 13 80 ft,nthwet quarter southeast quarter 4 ! 13 40 South half northwest quarter 12 1'2 12 Bo Northwest quarter 22 12 12 160 Eaat half -oulhwest qturter 13 10 14 iO North half sou'heact quarter 10 10 13 80 North half fotuhwest qiarter 10 10 13 60 WeM half orthwe-t quarter 8 11 II 80 Northeat quarter 21 12 12 1M Undivided hair southwest quarter 2S 11 12 160 Lots in the city of Plattsmouth. Lot Block Lot Blmk Lot Block 6 22 12 M 6 28 8 2S 9 2s 6 Sri 5 33 8 3- 8 56 0 f7 10 ' 8 62 9 123 1 li 4 12 4 1!9 6 SS 8 1C9 The north half of 8 4' THOMPSON'S ADDITION. Eaxt half of bloc'x 1, 4. 7, 8 aid 10. South ha f of block 3 ( Lots 6 and 7 in block 5. ) Wert half section 32, township 11, ratine 14. 130 acres under lence, 112 tory 'rime bouse, good well and tpring, and good running water, plenty of tuu. btr fjr lire-wood. Pi ice (3, 750. 1867. 1867. 1867. IProspectus OF THK Omaha Republican, DAILY AND MEEKLY. his rrr i universally recopjiied as the Leading Organ of" the Re publican Party, AND THS Best, Most Enterprising, and Most "Widely Circulated Newspaper in Nebraska. Ui.Perullican rrtv of Xehrnf-ka constitutes thie f I'S of it votifcK and fuil? f.inr-flfth of its tew apf r-tetidirp ripulatici Of this larpely don ii.aiit tianv the Rt.prBLiciN 'he only Republi can Journal publn-hea at the i:apnai n ine recog nized or'an. In tin wide new it na no nvu uu no comju-titor, in inioence or circulation. Here ft r th; kepvdlicax ingenues upon lis can tier the principle of Equal Rights Tor AH, nd vi bile flphtin that preat battle throuph if God .;ti ... .v. ...4 ; tu.u.r.i 1., tnriii.h ull w 111 It llir TUU, 11 'Hun.-c-'M:i:'vi . ' . - Who rally to I's Mippnri ev,-Q orn.tr unu. mure ui tractive new.sjop?r than ever bifore. In the f. illness of Its State Correrondnce. the comple'.i-nes of i's L"Cil and Cummercvil Jiej'ort; In its Statitirnl Exhibits of ti.e piogre-s of the Trade, AirrVnUtire. M nu lrtr, of li iate. and in every department of Local md General Intelligence, the Rpudlica.v is ithut a rival. The Proprietor of the ItKP JBLirAN 1 determined ,i. si.nr!- i.i- ;ai.- -r rXjiet. e t'. -iiain t' oM'ion nf he RkPrnucAN a the most uopolar and influen tial journal and the most attractive newspaper wi at cf Chicago. OUE WKEKLV Will now be a complete rep -rtory nf all the Loc.il and General, '' elUfraphic nd Lornm roml News pub iU ed in onr lai'y. a well as all its Oii'-in.il m.d s lec t-d literary A'atur. nnd in reiurn for this tffort to make the Week y th'' Pride or Western JournaliMn, we ask the united effort ot all our friends to obtain for us Two Thousand Hew Subscribers. DAILY One Year $10 00 Six Minths 5 00 Three Months 2 50 WEEKLY One Year $2 50 Six Months 1 50 Address, Ft. A. D BALCOMBK. j ul I Republican Block, Omaha, Neb. CITY MEAT MARKET, AND Empire Eleat Market ,Tbe.u ndiT;?ned is now preaird to furnish fk citizens of this place with the e?t FRESH BEET, MUTTON, VEAL, PORK, AND BACOX. I also keep EGGS, BUTTER, CHEESE, POTATOES, AND VEGETABLES, and will pay the highest tnarhet price for all klDck of COUNTRY PRODUCE. WM. F. MORRISON, PlatUmouth, May 13, d4m. BAKERY, GROCERIES & PROVISIONS. MATHIS & SONS, (eaccesssor to J. Parcel A Sons.) Plattsmocth, Neb. Keep constantly on hand a good 1'ipply cf FRESJI BREAD, pc;?, CAKES and everything In the line. Also GROCERIES 4- PROVISIONS of all kinds. Wasted : Country Troduce, Entter, E-g', Ac S3Glveus a call. sert. 23.1S66. DirrLLIXGS at all price. Any persons wishing to pnrchase Jarm-property, r Evidences In town, will find tbeiu for tale at ail prie-. Fy rORRIXGTOX, RAL ESTT ASRKT. J. D. SIMPSOJT, IF. XICKELWAiT, Simpson, Mickelwait fc Co., Wholesale and Retail Receiving, Forwarding and Commission Merchants, l iTtcX ptrm isn.-r. Agents, PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA. Sealer GROCERIES AND PRODUCE, DOORS, SASH, WINDOW-BLINDS, GLASS, PINE AND COTTONWOOD LUMBER, SHINGLES, LATH, j PICKETS, 4jjtn8 B. NEWMAN B . NEWMAN & CO., Corner Main and Third Streets "Plattsmoutii N. OUTFITTING CLOTHING HOUSE! IN THE Dealer ir Gents' Furnishing Goods. Hats Caps, Boots, Shoes, Also a nrg e lot of RUBBER CLOTHING Of airdesciiptions always on band. tZZSCaU and examine few Masonic ! PliUtsmouth, April 10th, 1855. WM. E. rsxicK, PENICK & sh Wholesale Patent Medicines, Chemicals, Glass, Paints, Oils, Oil and Lamps, stationery, &c. I NOS- 3 &. S SECOND ST., ST. JOSEPH, MO. t e-We are the Northwestern Wholesale Agentsjfor Dr. D. Jayne A Son, and Dr. J. C. Aver Co., knd tan furaibb their mediciaea in an, quantities. jau-3 iy ' 7 mpTj j!jf W.L.THOMAS' gft JMPicture Gallery y-w3Tt7 Knl Side Main ft , pLATTSMorrn, - .t. 'rvt --as Pictures taken Arabrotype Photographs, Gem Pictures, &c. A good assortment of Cases Frames, Alburns tc, constantly kept on hand. Gilt and Rosewood Mol Jiug, or Frames made.to or cr, of any size 5 THOMAS C. CRENSHAW, H r ACEEB OP 15D DBALEK 15 Saddles and Harness, BRIDLES, COLLARS, CURUIE Combs, Spurs, Lashes, Whips J-c. 5Iaic Street, NEBRASKA CITY, - , X. T Wiii. II. L.emlae, rflERCIIANT TAILOR, ONE tOOR WEST OF NEW BAKERY. Plattstnouth, NebraXa SDWD SVTIEJtT. in ETC., ETC. N. J. SHARP WEST! in Trunks, Valises, Sec. Vc, AND REVOLVERS my exiensiv stock at the Brick Building. WM. L0YIJ.G. LOVING, Dealers ia 9 Pure "Wines and Liquors, Coal of all Kinds. WOO L WORTH & C , BOOKSELLERS. STATIONR.ES , Binders &Paperdea!ers, SAI.YT JOSEPH, MO., cc23 6;a Eurned Out, BUT NOT DISCOTJBAGED. T. W. f hryoelc Is spain at the ol.l tt nrt iJ-rr--i'l to v ai. u-oa his forn.er cut.'ia-r, ai Um :sll:e -neri.iy. If you eit-i arvtLij s La;--f tarxi. tare or Chairs, gin t;ai a,'t-l- ir4 txrht a. ax Mam.P.i'tiaiou;, N. I. ruijil.vti. STAR MILL. We bav pat Info our Mill lately several Important impiuveuienia, aad are nuw prepared to MAKE THE BEST QUALITY OF Plour. THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR Wheat and Corn. EOnWER & SIEH. PlatUmouth, Dec. 10th, 1SC6. 4w t joa want Patent Medicines at old pricas fro to L . BLACK, BUTTFRY fl VO '8 c. n. KING Carpenter and Joiner CONTRACTOR and Bu1TDER, Wfl do work in hs line with n eatnesa an dlepatc, opon short notice. ''he place to get Perfamerv af all kinds Is at SLACK. BUTTERY & CO.'S. LATEST TFASHIONS DEMAND J. W-DBRADLEY'S CELEBRATED PATENT DUPLEX ELLIPTIC (OR DOUBLE SPRING) The Wondcrfal FI izibility and great Comfhit au-1 Pleasure to any lady inn(t the Dunlex tliiptio Skirt will be experienced particularly in all crodl Assombiie, t'peras.Carriairs, Kailroad Cars.C'hnrch Pews, Arm Chairs, for Promenade and House l-tress. as the Skirt tan he folded when in use to occupy is small spuce as eajily and conveniently as a Siik or Muslin L)ren, an iuva nable quality in crinoline, not. found in any Single Spring Skirt. A Lady having enjoyed the pleasure, oomfort and great convenience of wearing? the Duplex Klliptic teel Sprini! Skirt for a tiujrle day, will never aft' r wards w.liiugly dispense with their use. For Chil- iren, aii.-ut.-s and Jouue L,aUi-s they are superior to all others. They will not bend or break like the Single Spring. bnt will preserve their perfect and graceful shiper when three cr f ur ordinary Skirts will have b-en thrown aside as useless. The Hoops are coered with double and twisted thread, and the bottom rods aie not only double springs, but twice (or double) covered ; preventing them from wearing out whea dragging down stoons, stairs, &c. The Duplex Elliptic is a treat favorita with a! la dies and Is universalln recommended by the Fashion Magazines as the Standard Skirt of tin Fashion- able World I To enjoy the following inestimable advantages In Crinoline, viz: superior quality, peilect manufacture, tyish enape and finish, flexibility, durability, co'a fort and economy, eoquire for J V. Bradley's Du plex Elliptic, or Double Spring Skirt, and be si re to get the genuine article. CAUIION To guard against imposition he partio ulai t ) notice that skirts offered as 'Duplex" have the rd ink stamp, viz: "J W. Eradley'a Diiix Klliptic Meet springs, upon tn waitoaml non others are genuine. Also nutice that everv Hoop will admit a pin being pissed through t!r cenirr. hus revealing the two (or uouh,r) springs hruided together therein, whi:h Is the secret of their flexibil- ty and strength, aud a couibtoutiou not to be found n any other kit. For sale in all Stores where first-class skirts ara sold throughout the United states and el-ewhe'e. Manufactured bv the Sole Owners of the Patent. WKsT.s, K'tAIH.EV A- UAltV. . 97 Chambcis 7'J &. bl hade sw., S. Y. novl9 d3m ROBAGK'S BITTERS ROBAGK'S STOMAin 5 L BITTERS ! K X Ok P 9 d . V A cuitia DYSPEPSIA, nnd are the best Tonic in the world. ROBACK'S BLOOD PILLS CUKE SICK HEADACHE, Costiveness, and nil di seases of the bowels. .9. ROBAGK'S BLOOD PURIFIER! SCROFULA and all disonse nriiiig from impure blood. v ARE SOLD BY ALL Druggists and Dealers In Patent ITIcdicines E VrERYWH ERE o c t3 V-i INr t k PRINCE. WALTON & CO.. (Succeason to Dr. C. W. Roback,) BOLE PROPRIETORS, No. 58. 68, 60 & e 2 East T'ird 3U OIKCINNATI. -.