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THURSDAY, SE1TE.MHER21 171.
ltlkOl:.TJO AI 1-E SEW
The Omaha ajer3 liava Snally re
duced their opposition to the new con
htilutiou down to a point where all can see
the nature of it. Tliey Lave abandoned
l1 eLc, aud go in heavy, against it on the
jrroar-d that it i in opposition to large
moitied" corporation.-. We are not of
tfeo.so who would make warfare upon
corporations neither ara we of thoc.
who would give the State over to the
control of tiiou ied corporations without
a fcinigsle. Let Ud lock carefully and
fcej'j-t what there is to this cry about i
"driving out c:t i;a!i..t.-j" and ".stopping
all railroads from LuiHingin the State."
We are opposed to doing either of these
things, ju?t as much as any man in t he
State; hut will the new constitution
''drive out capitalist-," and will it "oton
the building of railroads." .Ye fail to
-ee wherein it will do .so. The separate
article foiLiddin. tho rendering of aid to
railroad.-? can be voted down, a- we be
lieve it will y.-, and f-houl 1 bo ; the pro
vision reiuiiit.g a. three-fifths vote to
jiive a: J does not exactly meet our views,
but it falls far s-hort of prohibiting aid
mid it is very -juof tionablo whether taxes
t-houll Le levied us donations with the
con.-cnt of three-til'th.s of the voters.
So far as the clause authorizing the'sale
of rolling stock under attachment is con
cerned, it will work no hardship to arij
company who are willing to p:sy their
honest debts; and if they are not wil
ling to pay them, then the clause is very
much needed, and is just. The clause
authorizing the Ix-gi.-lature to fix atnaxi
limm price of freights and passenger
tariff does not change the present posi
lion of niTuirs in that respect, but only
settles a point which is often made an
excuse for canying the question into the
courts. These three are the points upon
which the whole opposition is based, al
though many other pretexts are made to
deceive voters. Is it not more of a
' scare," with a view to making a "Cain
d ;n and Amboy" of Nebraska, with the
U i Co. as the "power behind the
throne,"' than because there is thought
to be any danger of driving cut capital
and deterring the construction of rail
icads. Who are the men eugagc l in
the warfare against this constitution?
JJut suppose we admit all that these op
ponents claim on this corporation clause,
and then is it a just reason for opposing
the constitution? Under the present
con.-titution it is claimed that the Legis
lature has the right to regulate passen
ger and freight tariffs, so there is little
in tlir.t point. There is certainly no de
sire on the part of any one to prevent
the building of railroads in our State,
and if the provisions in the new con-ti-iutiou
should so operate how long would
it take to change ic? It could be ac
complished in eighteen months, without
a d'l.lur of expense, and there can be no
question as to what would be done if the
constitution operated badly. It looks
lo us as if this great howl raised by a
i'cw men in Omaha meant something
more than appears upon thr surface.
ri:ai) am i:e sot ir.cr.iVEn.
I reply to a btt.-r from Chief Justice
Mason, Hon. John Gillespie, State Au
ditor, gives an exhibit of the ordinary
State expenses during the past year
it counting the Impeachment and
other extraordinary expenses, but only
those which are incident to the ordinary
Machinery of State and it foots up a
little more than $I2o,00. We give be
ow an estimate of the expense under
the new constitution, in which $02,01)0
more are estimated on University, in
sane, States Prison and deaf and dumb
expenses than were actually paid during
the past year.
3 Supreme Judges at $3,5U0
!er annum, $10,500
district Judges at $2,500 per
t Governor 3,000
I Lieut. Uoveruor at 8 per
day for 40 day
1 Secretary of State
1 Auditor ot Mate 2,000
I Attorney Geueral 2, WO
1 Commissioner 1'ublic Build
ings.... '. 2,000
1 Superintendent of Fublic In
CJerk hire for Executive Offi
77 members of Legislature ac
$4 per clay for forty days... 12,320
Officers of Legislature, Clerks
and other officers and fuel... 10,000
Necessary expenses lor Insane
State University 30,000
5 Uegents University at $200
per annum each 1,000
S-tate Teuitentiary 20.000
State Normal School 21,000
Deaf & Dumb Institute 8,000
We ask every candid man to scruti
nize the above closely, and fee if we
have not allowed all that chould bo al
lowed. If you find we have, then, pray
iell us where is to bo the enormous es
expense of the State government under
the new Constitution, wher ALL EX
TRAS are cut off and "that's what's
the matter." Is it not all in the imagin
ation of a few falsiG ;rs in Omaha ?
llemember that, under the new Consti
tution, alices go into the State Treasury
while under the cid they go into the
Not a great while since, at a social
gathering, a young lady, dressed in the
extreme of fashion, and glittering with
diauiccds, sat bilent and apart from tho
rest, taking no part in a conversiti- n
purely literary u its character. The
gentleman of i!k? house approach her
with the remark : " Vou do net appear to
be enjoying yourself." "No," said ths
Jady, "this" is too dry for me. Ain't
there noboby here that can flirt
' "Flirt ! "said he. "Ah, I fcc yoi
are a sort of Cleopatra in disguise."
"Cleopatra ! No," rejoined the intelli
gent beauty, "I never likcl Indian-.
A", i'. Picayune'.
Our Omaha friends are at last driven
to a rquarc is.-ue on the new constitution
fiueition, aud they have abandoned all
their nonsense about high salaries, taxa
tion, church taxation, etc., and come out
squarely and say that the clause in refer
unce to Corporations is "what's tire mat
ter." Hud they done this in the com
mencement, and mnde a fair is.ue, we
should have felt inclined to honor them
more than we do now, afrer they have
made f.ibe issues up to the present time.
We cannot Fay that we fully endorse the
provj.-ions of the new constitution rela
tive to Corporations, bit they are not,
by any means, so obnoxious as the
Omaha papers would have the people
believe. They ere not sufficiently ob
noxious to warrant the defeat of the
constitution, even taking the worst fea
tn. '.-s of the case. The very course pur
sued Ly the Omaha papers is sufii.iciit
to convince any thinking man that they
did not believe the people would defeat
the constitution on this account, hence
they have resorted to subterfuge and
Jal.se issues they have endeavoured to
touch the pockets of the people, which
they Jolt, sure would be effective. The
fact that their figures were outrageously
incorrect has had tho effect to expose
them be.'bre their pltns were fully re a
realiZ' d, aid therefore we may yet hope
for a reaction. Had the Omaha papers
stated their real opposition in a manly
way, and then trusted to tho people to
correct the faults of the constitution at
the earliest moment practicable, it would
have been much wiser than the course
they have pur-ued. The truth is always
Tlirill AXO FALSEHOOD.
Where there is time to expose false
hood there is no danger that it will work
any great amount of permanent injury ;
but it is often the ca: e that a falsehood
is circulated in such manner, and atsuch
time, that it is almost impossible to
counteract its influence before it has ac
complished the object J'or which it was
intended. Such is the case with many
of the falsehoods circulated in regard to
the new ccn-titution by Omaha men. A
Luge circular, or poster, has been issued
J'rcm an Omaha oCiee, which is a com
plete tissue of falsehoods. It is issued
just on the eve of election, and is being
circulated all over the State, quietly, at
such a late day that it was thought by
its originut.-rs (who do not and dure not
sign it) to be impossible to refute it bo
fore it had accomplished its mission. It
makes it appear as if the expense of
State government under the new consti
tution would b very greatly increased,
and it does so by j:uf such figures as
were used by the Omaha JlcjmLUcdn on
the subject of Judges salaries in the dif
ferent States. Following is a statement
showing the salaries actually established
by law for Supreme Judges in each and
every State of which any account can be
found in our State library, also the pubj
lished statement in the Omaha IitpuLll
can for the same States:
Salaries as Exeil bj- law'SraJario? as fully report
t'l by UiiiuUa" .'').
Arkansas C l.ftt) Aika-.i.-aj l.sol
'niinei'ti'jut o.id' i Oonnet tic-ut
IMaH.ire 1'i'iiinnro 1 ..
t'l' rida ",:'Ai' Klorid.i ll.i' i'i
lilinou 4.it Illinois 1 l""
I'au :t.M It-wa ..'K)
Kai-.-a? "-J.iny Kanfun 1piJ
Kfiitu.-ky i't.i'fi Kentucky 'j.iKut
Main Main l,s
Mi'-higan .".'M-Mich:can l.snti
Nrw Je-eey New Jcr-ey L'.efO
Kho le Island :i.cii Kh-j-U: l-ian:l 1K)
Virginia I) Vir.-ini.i :;."'.(
West Virclnia . .,J; ot Virginia S.oo1."
' And traveling expense.
t l'age 10. Acts cf ls70-71.
Nebra-ka $3,500, and c:m bo reduced
by tho very first Legislature
Tins will servo to show the style of
arguments being ued by the opponents,
and the amount of dependence that can
be placed in their assertions. During
this entire campaign the friends of the
constitution have been compelled to
battle against just such falsehoods. Let
th 3 people beware of them.
EKAD ! KF.AI)!! ItlMI)!!!
The Chicago Tribune, a paper that
can look without prejudice or personal
interest iu the matter, lias a lengthy ar
ticle, (over a column), on our new Con
stitution, in which it says ""f is perhaps
i!lc vest matured instrument of the hind
ever prepared in any SUile." We ex
tract the following, as a sample:
"The existing constitution contains no
provision fur its amendment, except
through the agency of a convention, and
should the new constitution be rejected
another cannot be framed and ?o into
effect bcluie January, J: S70. In the
meantime the State will labor under all
the embarra.-sments of the existing law.
The new constitution is perhaps the
best matured instrument of the kind
ever prepared in any State. It embra
ces nearly ail the wise provisions of the
new Constitution of Illinois, with several
additional precautions agt'uist fraud and
extravagance. Had the State of Illi
nois enjoyed such a constitution twenty
years ago it would have spared our peo
ple many millions of dollars shamefully
wasted, and prevented legislative and
other frauds and abuses, to recover from
the consequences of which will cost
years of ceaseless effort, and the most
expensive and vexatious litigatiou. In
Nebraska the new constitution proposes
to keep the State fiee; to protect the
rights, liberties, and property id" the peo
ple against confiscation !y monopolies,
and to stop at the threshhold the crea
tion of corporations greater than the
State, and beyond and above the reach
of that law to which the person and
property of every citizen is amenable.
If Nebraska wants to be fiee wants to
escape the despotism of monopolies un
der which all her sister States have suf
fered, and J'rom which they are prepar
ing, at heavy cost, to escape, lot her
adopt this constitution now. Five years
lunoe it viiil be too late; the work will
then be accomplished, and the wise re
straints proposed now will be entirely
too late to remedy evils which can easily
be prevented but can scarcely be cured.
Invest iu Ileal i:s(:ite
The wealthiest men in this country
and the most successful are those who
invest in real estate'. We have f jund
from experience of many years that all
judicious investments, either in farming
land, .city or suburban property adjoin
ing a growing and prosperous city, have
resulted in fine speculations, or at all
events, in one that is doubly sure for a
good paying investment, although they
uot aiways prove lucrative anel yield
an immediate income", tliey arc certain
to pay ii held.
READ! READ!! READ!!!
THE "KE.1T FOL5.VEXPOSED.
Fnct tid risnrrs for ttic Teople.
Our Omaha friends who are endeav
oring to defeat the constitution have
howled loud and long on the enormous
expense to be entailed on the people by
the adption of the document, but they
have completely failed to demonstrate a
tingle assertion they have made'. There
never was a greater humbug thau this
expense dodge, as we have already
shown. We clip the following item
from the Chicago Tribune, not because
it contains anything not already known
to thousands of people in Nebraska, but
to show the views of a disinterested aud
well known journal on the question :
"The new constitution further and
wisely adopt ' a system of salaries for nil
its State offices, "and prohibits their in
crease during the term of the officer-.
So admirably is the system perfected
that, instead of the fee system, under
which each officer may roll up cnoruiou
annual incomes, the foes are to be paid
into the State Treasury. Assuming the
present value of taxable property in the
State to be fifty five millions of dollars,
the entire salaries of the State Govern
ment will uot require a tax of more than
three-fifths of a mill annually; and in
live years, when this valuation -.hall be
quadrupled, the entire salaries of the
State Government will not equal, in the
aggregate, the amount of fees which a
single officer may receive in case the new
constitution be rejected."
This estimate covers the entire salaries
of the State government under the new
constitution. Just think of it, only
three-jlfths of a mill on a dollar annu
ally for all salaries. Does this scare our
Omaha men ? But suppose we go rar
tticr. Let us take the entire expense as
provided Ly the new constitution the
Supreme Judges, District Judges, Gov
ernor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary
of State, Auditor, Treasurer, Attorney
General, Public Building Commission
ers, Superintendent l'ublic Instruction,
clerk Lire for Fxecutive officers, entire
legislative expenses, Insane Asylum cx
penscs, State University Ilegcnts, Nor
mal School, Penitentiary and Deaf and
Dumb Institute expenses, and as we
have already demonstrated, by itemized
statements, the whole thing only amounts
to about $185,000. Now let us calcu
late upon the basis of $55,000,000 of
taxable property, as suggested in the
above item from the Chicago Tribune
(although the present assessed value of
our State is much more than this) and
see how ''burthensome" the taxation
will be. The $1S5,000 expenses is but
a small fraction over one three hun
dredth part of the $53,000,000, or one
dollar tax out every three hundred,
or three .und a half viilh oi a dollar
taxation to pay the entire expense of the
State government under the new consti
tu' Ion. Let this be well understood it
is not an increase of 3 mills taxation,
but that i the entire amount of taxa
tion estimated for State expenses under
the new constitution, counting the as
sessed value of the property at only
$55,O0O,mX). llemember there are NO
extras for any officer under the new
constitution, while there is NO LIMIT
to the extras that may be allowed under
the present document.
Now let u look still further and see
the ACTUAL EXPENSES during the
past year, and what the increased ex
pense will be. In the estimate above a
very liberal allowance has been made,
in many instances very much exceeding
the actual cxpen-e, for instance, in the
above calculation the Insane expenses
have been calculate! at $40,000, while
in the actual expense exhibit for tho last
year they only show $32,500 ; in the
Deaf and Dumb estimate, the calcula
tion is made for $S,00o, while the actual
expense was only $0,550 duiing the past
year ; the new constitution estimate
for the University is $: '.0,000, while in
actual expense account for the past year
not a dollar is charged to this branch ;
$20,000 are allowed for Penitentiary ex
penses, while only $13,000 were actually
paid during the pa-t year except for In
spectors, which offices are abolished by
the new constitution; $24,000 is allowed
for State Normal School, while only
$1,500 are accounted to this fund in the
actual expense exhibit for the past year,
thus showing a grand total of $C2,050
which are reckoned in the estimated
cost under the new constitution more
than was actually paid during the pat
year. We give these facts to show that
the men who are arguing in favor of the
adoption of the new constitution are not
endeavoring, to deceive the people, but
are willing to make liberal allowance, as
the expenses of these various branches
of the government are liable to be in
creased, rather than diminished. As we
have already stated, the estimated cost
of running the machine of State under
the new constitution is only $180,000,
with all thesi liberal allowances ; while
the actual cost under the present consti
tution, as sliowu upon the Auditor's
books, without taking into account the
expense of the impeachment trial and
many other things of an unusual char
acter, is $143 033,20, or over twenty
ai.e thousand MORE than tho estimate
under the new constitution if we deduct
the $02 030 which the estimate exceeds
the actual expense. Wc have the fig
ures from the Auditor's books, over the
Auditor's own signature, of the expense
for the past year, which foct up as
above, and any man can figure the ex
pense under the new constitution by tak
ing the amount of salaries therein pre
scribed. Let no man be hoodwinked by
false figures, such as have been furnished
by the OuialM papers, but let him figure
The following is the style in which the
Omaha papers have endeavored to de
ceive the people- They give a table as
follows, showing up the salaries :
UXDER THE OLD. j UXDER'THE SEW.
(tovernor Sl.Ol flovernor -.S V'O
Secretary. (VM Secretary- "a.mio
Auditor f"K! Auditor
Treasurer - 4'. Treasurer 2.O0
Superintendent- 2.(J Sujierintendent '.)
A.ttorney General l.tWO' A'torney liencril 2.110
Com'r. L;;nd, Ac,
Total ,seO Total Ij.'.uO
j And this, they claim, shows an in-
crease of expenses to the amount of!
over Sy,(A0 in the salaries vi the ttate
officers. They fail to give their readers
the full facts, and thjy dare not do it.
They fail to tell you what the actual re
ceipts of these apparently low salaried
offices were, counting "foes" and "per
quisites," which arc strictly prohibited
in the new constitution, every dollar of
them going into the State Treasury.
They also fail to ted the reader that the
one officer of Commissioner of Public
Lands and Buii lings under the now con
stitution, with a salary of $2.0JO takes
the place of three. States Prison Inspec
tors, three Asylum Commissioners, and
three Capital Commissioners, with an
aggregate salary, under the old constitu
tion, of $11,500. Now let us see hvw
the be figures which thj Omaha papers
distort into such damaging shapes actu
ally are when idven as the y appear utun
the records of tho Sratc, and compared
aain with the clearly defined salaries
under the new constitution which, sala
ries not even th; Omaha papers dare at
ternpt to falsify :
Under Old Cuistttution Under New Constitution
with ic-r(iuisii-s. I without pcruuisites.
Governor sl.00! Oorcru r i.J.lPO
horet:rjr - l.O.Vi'siecrti.iry -.'"m
Auditor ,.""' -tu.liior .ooo
Treasurer -1 i rc.i.-urer -.') 'I
All y Getit r.il l.'..i Au'y 'ienoral 2.!"
Siiperirite-ti'le'i'.... -Mf Si'.iJiu'ialcudint... 2,U.J
A'vluin Com -... o . f j UuilAaKi 2y)
Capital Com is... O.Oy J
Totit' ?-3,.w0i Total S1V.-'J
Thii U tho'd etiiaisite's" added to thcaul-iry
We ask every voter to careful-y scan
this whole matter, and see if we have
uot given a fair and impartial statement
of the facts in th-3 above. V.'e have
many other facts in our posscsii 'ii which
the short time prior to election prevents
our getting before the public- But o
one thing we can assure our readers,
that the great bugaboo of expense L
only Used by thi Omaha, pre:s because
they know that by thi- means they can
mo-t easily frighten voters, and thus de
feat the doe-am, 'tit which they dislike for
other, and to t!-m -mure potent reasons,
but reasons which they do not make
pu'elic. Examine this matter carefully ;
figure for yourselve-s, and vote intelli
gently. Who are making the strongest enpo
sitiou to the new Con-.tiiutiou?
1st. Tho politicians who fear that the
"iron clad"' oath of the Legislative Ar
ticle will prevent them from Ln.yinij
their way into ofii e.
2J. The railroad corporations whose
lands the new Constitution proposes to
tax, and whose rates of fare it proposes
:H. The newspapers owned or con
trolled by these corporations
4th. Demagogues who seek to make
political capital out cf certain clauses of
5:h. All the chronic grumblers and
"sore hods" in the State.
6th. Sol. Miller's "Carl ." Xehama
"What made you quit the East?"
said a man in Nevada to a new-eutiitr.
"I got into trouble by manyinir two
wives," was the rcspon.-o. "Well,"
said the other," I came out hero be
cause 1 got into trouble by marrying
only one wife." "And I," said a by
stander, "came h-sro because I got ii.to
trouble simply by promising to marry
-Mtt) ' r y
And if you ivhl call on
JL . k2- u MA
"Vou can pre tho heat and latent improved
r',lie one and two wheel. p.nd the front and
I. rear eut reapers and mowers.
he dropper and self raker rei.pcrand mower
rphe Marsh harvester and reaper that two men
1 ran ri't aa I i.i-.d ten aero per nay, wth
one man to drive, and all of them working itith
Our rear ers are the Champion reaper and
rJ,he Karsell reaper and mower eombined.
To keep the Exci l.-iar dropper and niOTrr
nd tho Esferly finale gear, self raking rea
per and mower runs one horse lighter than
any other reaper.
VTehiive the wt-'l known Ma.-Villion thrasher
i with mounted power improved lor
y?"c krep the Milburu wag-un on hand.
keep tho Chicago" farm pump, for deep
T wells and ti.JU-rus.
Jso the Buckeye cu'Uy rake and tha Tiften
revolving horse rakes.
T T rc'ls and machinery WA:iiEyT
J Lj I j Kit Xi pi ve satisfaction.
Ofiiceon Maiti between 5th and tUh north
Side, throe lours west of Ur"oks Hutsc
A. O. Mayfie:d and Charle Vial. Travlie
II. J. STE EIGHT,
AND PA PEFl DEALER.
Ja?ost cilice Itxilliiig.
PL ATTSMCUTH, KZS.
September 1st, 1 and w tf.
AND NEW FIRM1
Call aud fsce 2iov eliessp GSeciL cai be sold
TODD & EATON'S,
Dry Goods, Groceries? Clothing, Notions
Cloths, gaiattjjtr, pjMxv, Silver )!;itcb Mm, gtnsital
Instruments & Speciaccls.
Agents for Ognns, Pianos, Melodeons,
5aizi SSrceJ, Opposite I3rooks Ermsc.
Wanted, City, County and Territorial
price will be paid.
-:rf;'i - : vlr, clKRs V:
'pr,- .----.v -
HOYS AJ CHILDREN'S CLOTULYG
llat.s and Caps, Boots and Phoes,
tUAKXETS, RUBBER GOODS, TRUNKS, VALISES, E C.
ain Street. Second Door East of the Court House
IIAXCLI liOl's-E Broadway.Couene-il fluffs Iawa.
J. D SIMPSON & CO.,
Forwarding and Commission Merchants
AXD I5SASES2K SIS' GSAO.
Agents for the OmaLa and St. Louis "O" Line Packets.
V,'c arc now oecui'vins the Cist flurrr of tbe llr.nAt.u E!.ii--k, Corner Main A- SeeonJ st. Wc
Forwarding and Commission Ilusiness,
V.iro Iloa-1! a't;.c!iedTO can furnish all the storage wanted.
All Rood sent in our care willre-'eivc
uda soo.-L- distincl for Lincolt:. A.-!ilr.nd an 1 the Line ravcr.wsjlJt.e p-wnr.lcd r.-itbnt Ld
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
GREAT RUSH! LARGE CROWDS! !
The best and
STOQ& OF DRESS GOODS-
Are now on exhibition at tlie Xew York fc'tore, at greatly reduced i.riees. We call particular
atteuiieu to our new styles of
CLARK'S NEW THREAD,
COTTON VA .S ROOTS AND SHOE
of all kinds and price to suit oar numerous cu-iiouiers. ' large stock of .
HATS AND CAPS.
ra 1 A "PTO I
and Sewing Machines of all llet Makers?
Warrants, for which the l.ighcs market
Sept. 7th, w 3 m.
m k GO.,
a-sT) - v- ---i.-. -
more too. are eoius to
j? 31, j i isr
JOB W OSK
THE HREAIjD HOOK
E X A M I N E
S PECIMEN S
'.VILL TINT) GOOD ST.AUI.TN-. ACCOM
SlOLAilON AX xin:
Farmer's Feed Stable
orn r of Sixth and Vins Street". m E!o
Xorth ot'tho 1'rciibyteriun Church, Pi ' ttniiiou
. BATE TiffiAl'.MO
"QTICE i.-. heicVjy piven that ;n r'TSUanoe of
1 a ti-lcrrnin rn.-ie-ved from hi.-. Honor ii;o.
JJ. Lake, Judtre "Jml Judical li.-tnct of Nebras
ka. 1 he ftei.senibrr Term of rai.J Court, in and
lor Cai county i.t lic-reoy H.'jei.riie.l untill tho
arth day of sj.-f.ieiabe-r lsTl. At whi.-h time all
J uror.' heretofore !"U!iiiiione"J t-j serve a. taid
teiw will appear without further iyticp.
LSAAC l'OLLAIii Clerk,
Cy J. M. Eb.'.edsliv, lep't. eej4dA.w:;T
EjTAHLICiiKD IS 1301.
SILVL.it AND l'L.AtKI) WAKE,
(iuLD I'KSS Sl'CTACLKS.
ViOI IN STHlNliS ANX
. 1'ANCY (iOOLiS.
W atc-nes. Clocks and Jewalry repaired neatly
Hoaioved to opporito PUtte Valley House '
M';iS:r t. r.ov. Iu w if. I
PURNI T V 11 V
w er .-v tot ktc ,
LGUNSES, SAFES, TABLES,
OK Al.t. PKSC'l'.ti'TiOXS AS'J it ALL J'EiCi
Ketalic Buria! Cases.
Ueady i'ude, and Sold Clie-.ii lo-Cah.
V.'ith many thauka for jat ptriti.r.'f, T
vile all to -.'M and csamhie u:y hi ran M -..
r.itarennd Coffins j.at''
J. 11. I5UTTKKY
VHOI-KHAT K AX! I I "Alt.
Is rei-eivintr and bn i'n 1: rd nS tho
ol ll-tand of WLi'.e v ! utlir;
?oitn cido Sruin Street, TIj" ?.".i;th, ?.'
THE LARGEST AND
filoxt ( Join vi vie
Stoek of Vrv:9. Mi-di.-i-i"-, V.iint', Clw-int-it
L.'iid. Varids'i. Coal td. I'i !i il, M-.-l.-i--Oil.
(iarrl'mtr il. i-!"V Oil. .eat-;.i i
Oil, Vh;.c Oil. I.io-e.-l .il, I. a r I
Oil. V.--" tnial ',!. Co.! Li . r ii.
cud a lari i- vari ' -lion",
an I 'I . ;.' t A i t :-: .
J o.-l 1 I' .
Voi i.-JT .'xiriitii
J.iyne'i t'. i
Avers', Sc .vill-H.-.ll
r Clnili.-'M .Mr
LainV. Mor.-ot'.-. S'.-V-t
M'iftar'c. Wris lit H, ::'..
del I, tuyott'd. i'i-.y Ja.
ItobackV. l'eliM , X 4. V.'in-i. v.
DrN'.i iii'-fii-il s i-V, 1 i a-1 ,
. ailn. e'. West's a;..l ol t.,i met r"l '
Patent iledi-ii.ea in use ut ti.e I'lt-cnt da
lit uiitt.i, V i ii.vO dl.'.i w 1 5i;v.:k!eJ
Of the re.-t Cra-ie-a and quai.ties. st:i. :!y ior
Red or Row, Orer-n, 1:1. i", T'laek. Analinr, L.-
dixo. .Madder, Kxtr.K-t I. Liy
Woods. A-e. Jti t'a.-t !! Itiii
that is tn-r If J in the dm;;
or Sledi.-id In..;.
Carefully coiiipouinied ni.'l put up i:t hour
All Druss wiirrctitcd frefh ni.-l j. tiro. Call b
f..re buying, and .-ee ivh.it I hn c to till.
riuUsuiouth, Feb. iOtli.diw if.
CTCeEST 1.1 THE VORLD.l
ITqw York Oglco, 27 EEESUAII ST.
. I'etcrD. Hates v. W, A. I'u 1 1 i n-I-.u-m
Not'o e i hereby ifive-n tl.M i'.i mi S.-ii-nr.!
Srn rill of Ca-s couniy. N -l.i ka. v. ui l.y ir
of an r .r (;.:: i i,,n i -u. d l,v J n;.r- ' ('.Ned' a .1 ,.
ot th"! l'r-ii"; in i:r. 1 f .r t'.i - -Mi-tv in f:. v .1
'A I'et er I). Jlati-s Mi I a-.iiu-t W . A. Ja? r..:
ai'd lo biia d'r'-li" I. a' i n (.'-i' ' k u m un il,.
Lo;h .b.y ol .s,..( .4:i. .,t (-,, . ,,,,,,. ,.,,,
house in thfciy of I'I 1 1 -ii'o.i" "i ii -j. i 1 -.i. ,
oll-rfirJ-i-lekt i.ubliu uu.-tion C., f,i I, n.',;
gofjs iiu 1 i-liat:t!.i '-vil :
On" t") bo.vy an 1 i. .-(; t,f bariic-i I it.. -on
.-aid eirc. ut.oa tii ti.o j rop r!y ol .-i I W . A.
Oi-.. n no 1. r uiy !iaod l!,;-. ", of .
ber. A. I. l.s.i. J. V. J'it;..-iiN, .b-ri'V
iK-l.Jld Ca: r Cour.iy.N '.
AOKNTo WANT ML" LOI:
'T'S" "T7"? T'v'r' "r"s t1' sr
NLW book by Jarnc? r.ii ton. A hi.-: .ry of
the eii"c..-f.il men d' Ani'-ri-a, their,
woiKierf.il invtnlions, di.--ovci i' s, an I a. l.Uv
n.ents, bhowiuK how a i.nira i- ac-'i-n ., i:ol,i.
char.K-tcr. ini nuiiy, and pnl.lic; spirit, ii.iv.
contributed to the advancement of toe woil-11
i-ii-ly ii iu.-:t rated , iutebsel " intsiii.ir. ar. l
very instructive. A rarj chance f-.r i-if Mils.
end for .-ircubtrs. aTid nt!i) .u- extr.i t-iuJ
il. A. l'AKKI-K X CO.. I'ub-li-bi rs. '
VM iiadicO'i m., Cbicaijo, IK
-Lady Aaor.ts wanted to re-il ili preat
e?t worn ou the the uubje-sl ever publish J.
WOMAN AS A Wlt'K AND JLriiEU.
Ky Pyo II. Cii tvasse, M. T). A v.ork whi.-li
placed in every f i.-aily. will save th5 liv i
thc-audso; Moth em and ch Id i en y;ir!y.
you want to inako money. oii"i li j rood, "i-ii-l
once f-r t,nr circutur u-i f riu , :;ii-; i..-.
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