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About Nebraska herald. (Plattsmouth, N.T. [Neb.]) 1865-1882 | View Entire Issue (June 5, 1873)
A vfery readable "article from tlie pen
bf E. ii.Haicl.oti -"A.Gochi. ifpetite."
is in the June number of Otd dnd Neio.
IiVtli folloririg. extract we have a fevr
hinl3 as to how the appetite for extra
sleep can be.curetU.: . .ir . ; ,
. The Dujce of "Weliiiiton .always
feTrpt on an iron camp bedstead eighteen
inches wide. 'When a man wants to
turn dyer he aid, .'it is. tim& for, him
to ttlrn out. The Emperor Nicholas
did. the .Bamev-Mr. Owen says. The
principle wTrell enough; but I think
the detail is wrcragr. Sleep itself is far
too iiaportant to, b3 made nncomfort
eb!e; zlj old friend Rossiter fixed his
alarm, so that, at the fore-ordained mo
ment, the bed clothes were dragged
from the bedt and Rossiter l.iy shiver
ing. J. I,iiive myself ..some wliefe the
drawings and specification for a patent
(which I never applied for), which ar
ranges a set Of cams and wheelwork
under the : bedstead, which, at the mo
ment appointed, lift the pillow end six
feet, and deliver the sleeper.on his feet
tn the now horizontal ,f rit-board. lie
iS tidt aj t to sleep long after that. Ros
siter found another contrivance, which
worked better. The alarm clock struck
si matcl), which lighted the lamp, vrcK
boiled the water for Rossiters shaving.
If Itobbiier staid In bed too long, the
water boiled over upon his razor, and
elean shirt, and the prayer book his
mother gave him. and Coleridge's auto
graph, and hi3 open pocket book, and
all the other precious things he could
put in a basin underneath when he
went to bed ; so he had to get up before
that moment came.1--
THE WHITE! 3I0D0C CHIEF.
JoatrTiin Milter. Once. Head Chief of the
Modoc Tribe His Plot to Attack
ond Saek tho City of Yreka.
From the Albany (Or.) Hegistcr.
It may not be generally known that
a fw- vears 'ago somewhere about
1858, probably the head Chief of the
Modoc Indians was a white man, who
had joined the tribe, and taken to him
self, "for better - or worse," a, dusky
maiden of the Modoc persuasion, with
wbom he lived and loved for some
vears. This head chief was no less a
person than the now celebrated Oregon
p"tt Joaquin Jliller,.
While reigning as chief of this war
like band,' probably to more securely
establish his title to the chieftainship
and Sn the fullest'' confidence of his
adopted brothers, the red-skins, he con
cocted the diabolical plan of attacking
arid .Stroking the city of Yreka. Cali
fornia. Joaquin himself visited Yreka
and examined the approaches and
chances of an easy capture.
Yreka then contained a much larger
proportion, ef floating population, mi
ners, gamblers, etc all well armed and
generally of a roving, reckless disposi
tion jvni -the- kind -of men that were
always ready and willing to meet dan
gers half way in f act,, a class of men
to whom excitement of some character
as ah alsolute necessity.
Joaquin was not long in acquiring
these facts, and the attack on Yreka
was indefinitely postponed by the Mo
docs in consequence of his report. The
faifrire-of -Joaquin, to carry out the
Yreka scheme se"T??f to have 'soared"
tho Modocs so me U hat toward him, and
it wis not . long before he returned to
the "white- settlements." These and
other facta in, the life and adventures
bf Jbaqnhr were given to us by an old
fiiountain man, who was personally pc
otrfuhted with the -Modoc chief at the
ime of his chieftainship.
THE FBJIALE DETECTIVE.
Arignlar, Horrible - and Majestic She
T.ttrni a Reporter over to th8 Po
lice as a Confidence liia
fFroin t Kavw City Journal of Commerce,
Dickens description of Madame "Wil
der in "Our Mutual Friend" would de
scribe a singular feminine . who has
haunted t'e Union Depot and the po
lice headquarters for. the past two days,
personating; the female detective. She
i3 tall, angular and very muscular, just
such a -model as, one would select to J
personate, TYornaii's Rights Jecturer
in the sere and yeilow leaf. She i3
about fifty-fit 07 years "of age, arid an
swers to the description of the eldest
Mrk Eehclsr (o much so that Officer
Moore .ehaaci .her ill . yterdavi but
Tiesitated about attacking her unassist
ed)..- She wore a black and white plaid h
dress, a boy s hat, with a blue veil
streaming out behind, and .was armed
with two revolvers, wa3 at -least six
feet in height, fcith scarce flesh, enough
to conceal a horrible death's face. She
was sufficiently remarkable in appear
ance to create a sensation.,
. Bhe hails from Grand-Island, 2ve
braka; .and has, started forth .iiv the
world, unprotected, as a female detect
ive. She has .read in the newspapers
about the three-card inonte men, whom
neither the police of St.; Louis, Omaha,
nor. Kansas City can suppress ; so ieavr
ing the 'timet solitudes of the. sand
island,- on the Piatte, she ha3 volun
teered to "hunt down" and capture those
notorious -thieves. She reported to
Marshal Xeiswanger, and after spend
ing tho night at the police oillCe, was
. hand&f over td. the city detectives, who,
'failing to satisfy themselves as to her
true character, gave her up as a bad
. She raadc lie .'npprarance' at the Un
ion Depot ytsirdry mci-hing, and at
once made, her business known to OiQ
cer MporerT who? astonished at the im
pudence and ugliness of the tall, masculine-looking
female, became suspicious,
lie consulted his note-book of suspi
cion pejsens, and was startled to ilrid
that-she-ttfrWered the description
61d Mrs. Bender. Ire "shadowed" thai
female all day long.
Last evening a Journal reporter in
terviewed this remarkable person. lie
found her in the begage room making
herself kridwrw-&ha -at once became
reserved, and after a brief conversation
boldly accused our reporter of being a
Confidence, man, of -the worst stripe.
She sI3'n. -- t . -
"I know yer.-j ei? rascal.' Its yef own
fault, now I tell yer; if yer hadn't
loki ?fJ3t sd loid and brassy lik" I'd
fcevef give you nway to the police"
"Who am" I?" said our reporter.
"Oh, don't yer think I don't ree-cog-fiize
yer, yer' villain. I seen yer at
CheyenneJ in "the ;jall tlvar? and T seen
yer at ycf dirflrent'oi:" the cars, with
. Canady Kill; why, I know enough
about yer to hang yer. - There's that
job at Council , Bluffs," and that job at
Leavenv.'ortli oh, my boy, I have got
ycti-f&W' -- --- . . . V .
Our reporter, astonisued at this har
A'rigud? started to1 leave, when the old
hag drew a pibfo and stopped him, and
chilled tipan Cicer Moore td give hiirf
charge, &nd, strange to say, produced a
description bf k person resembling our
feirtf-. ..rThe officer explained - the
Character Jfff theeptrrterrbut Ihrroltf
Tauy T?as not be pvit off. so. .Xa5t night
glie was- sefk5nj- trjf"-reporter in cOm
ijarrf lth'Detective Oliare, -fullyat
that ,slj! br:d catfght a nionte inan.
How ,a Dishonest Mail Agent TVaa Dc
From ihe Sock Inland tfhlon.J
The loss of several letters containing
money, on the line of the Western Un
ion Railway, was brought to the atten
tion of the Postofllce Department, and
special .A pent Stewart, of Iowa City,
was detailed . to ferret out the guilty
party. He made several trips over the
road, but discovered nothing. Among
other devices adopted was to rut a
registered letter, without receipt, into
the Fulton pouch. Being without a
receipt it was a strong bait to the agent
handling it, provided he were disposed
to stc:U. - . . - - . , -
The ybiirig. mail in charge -f the
mails on this train was Thos. Sargent,
a young man of 20, son of P. Sargent,
of this city, who is the regular agent.
The. father being an old man of 70, had
his son sworn as assistant, and the lat
ter occasionally made him run and as
sisted him as ho could. But the regis
ter came through HI rijfht: '
The next device was to send some
rhoney in a common envelope from
Davenport to Dubuque as a decoy. The
day this letter went up :was Mr. Sar
gent's run. Tho mail3 out from this
city being heavy; Mr. S took his son
Tom along as far as "Watertown to as
sist hinu Special Agent Stewart was
on the train. After the train had gone
beyond Mr. Stewart went into the
mail-car and asked to see the Dubuque
lettets. - Mr. y. handed them to him,
when it was discovered that the "de
coy" letter was missing. Tho circum
stance at .once directed attention to
young Sargent, and when his father re
turned he took liiri to Davenport, be
fore P. M. Russell,' to' whom the youn-
man made confession of hi3 guilt. lie
left a watch and ring as temporary, se
curity und was allowed to return home
with his father.
On Saturday, during the absence of
his father on the road- his son was
taken before United States Commis
sioner Sweeney, who held him in bail
of SSOO for appearance before the
United States Court at Chicago. In
default cf bail be wa3 committed to
jail. . " J '
In an interview with the editor of
the Union last evening young Sargent
admitted the theft of seven or eight
letters containing in all some S30, the
first theft dating back to March last.
Ue deeply regrets his crime, to which
he seems to have been brought by evil
associations and the contraction of a
His father,, aged 70 years, is a most
estimable man, and both his parents
are weighed down with grief at the sad
A Woman's Idea of Comfort.
I know a room, says Shirley Dare,
where sunshine always lingers, and
there is a breath of summer and migno
nette in the air whenever I think of it;
There a tired man comes home, and
throws off overcoat and hat without
looking to see what becomes cf them.
There i? a iTOad tal.de in the light,
strewn with papers and magazines, and
woman's work, with a few rose leaves
drooping over them from a central
vase. There is a wide sofa of the day3
of the Georges, fresh covered in chintz,
with ferns and hare-bells for patterns
and the tired man goes down there
with a great rufiled pillow under his
shou'.ders, and opens parcels and let
ters, dropping them as he gets through
on the tioor, the most natural place for
them. A girl has been painting, and
her ;water-colurs.,.and pajer lie on the" J
side-table, just as she left them to
rush away for an impromptu ride. I
have never been able to discover any
disarrangement of the household econ
omy by this flight.
Somebody left a shawl on a chair.
There will be nothing said about it nt
breakfast next morning. There are no
laws hore against playing with the cur
tain, tassel. : no. rule as to-how.' often
the snowy muslin curtains be put up
or let down. They do not last the sea
son out, crisp or speckless, as our neigh
bors do nevoss the way, but the only
consequence is they die of tener new and
There is nothing very fine about this
house, but things are renewed of tener
and look brighter than they do in state
lier houses. The chairs have no par
ticular places, and anybody feels at
liberty to draw the sofa out when it
pleases him. There is no primness
about the piace. If there is grass upon
the lawn, it is to be walked on, and the
geraniums are fondled and petted and
caressed, as if they were children. Do
you know there is a magnetism in
green leaves and growing llowers de
rived from the earth's heart, that Wakes
it good to handle and feel them ? This
is known at the house where one dares
to be late at breakfast. There is no
ceremony of waiting. Coffee and
cake3 are put where they will Ikj hot;
the table is cleared to suit the house
keeper's -convenience,--and a small one
set for the late comer. . -Xobody lie
awake nt. night till the light ceases to
shine under your chamber door; if you
want to sit up and read jour novel
There is an unwritten law of conve
nience for the household, which regu
lates everything better than any code
Xapoleonic. And the beneht of allow
ing people to be a law unto themselves
is, that they are much better natured
about it when they do obey, .There is
indulgence and repose In this lovely
home, and a great deal of time for
things which most people cut short, an
hour's play with the children, a "right
down good chat with a neighbor, a
day of letter writing once a fortnight.
And the woiiii of these merry, com
forting letters quite outweighs the fact
that there are cigar ashes on the man
tel, and a pile of work on the sofa.
Disorder does i;Ot imply dust or soil of
any kind. It does not include shabbi
ness, or mean chaos. It means 'leave
to be" in most cases, thinking of people
niore than things. Order is simple har
mony of a few notes. Disorder is the
flowering, branching melody of one
theme and that theniey individualitv.
Globe. ' ' '
A Life Plant.
A pentlcinan of "Williaataport, 'V(U,
traveling id Jamaica, "W. I., a few years
ago, was attracted by h vigorous-looking"
plant growing on the roadside, in the
dry and arid soil, apparently the only
vegetation that could withstand the
extremo heat and drouth. - Upon inqui
ry, he was . told. it- was the life-jJant,
and that, if a lf'af should be suspended
by a thivad from the ceiling, it Would
put forth rootlets from each of the
dentate notches. Jieybroke off a twig
and a ?aC and packed them among
some dried grass and brought them
home with .him. The moisture in the
air in - tho, tropics- was so penetrating
th;it they "gierr" fn his trunk; and the
twig continued to grow after.it was
planted in the ground up to the present
time. Last winter it bloomed, the
flowers were in a large panicle, purple
bells, about an inch and a half long,
and they soon' began to fade. At the
"suggestion of a gardener, the top was
cut off. but. the r.liint InnVinor n. littln
. x - D . . v
r tin interesting; th6 top was;.stuek into
ttie ground, wnerr new buds appeared,
snd it continues to bloom aS throgh it
-rjV on- th" parent $ifiS.-(irnphip.-
For your Groceries go to
F. R. Guthrriann
Corner Third and Main street, riattsmouth.
He keeps on band a large and well selected
i FAXCY GROCERIES. COFFEES. TEAS.
- SUGAR, 8YRUP, BOOTS, SlIOES,
. ' . &c-, &J., &c, &c .
Irt connection with the Grocery la a
Bakery and Confectionary.
ri?"All kinds cf Country Iroduce bought and
Tuke notice of the sign
"EMPIRE BAKERY AXD GROCERY."
0. V. JOHNSON.
ALL PAPER TRIMMED FREE
ALSO DEALER IX
And Latest Publications.
Prescriptions carefully co'nqio'uul-d by an ex-.-riehced
Remember the place. Corner Fifth and Slain
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BUTTERY & LAZENBY
Horses '& Carriages to Let.
Stock Boarcicd hy i he Da y
' Week or 3Ionth.
Call and Give ns a Trial.
Stable on Vine Street. r '
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nstL : ' -
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J. H. BUTTERY'S
On Main street nearly opposite the IIEKALD
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Wholesale and Ketail Dealer 18
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Has on hand, one of the largest stocks of
Clothing and Gents Furnishing GoOtls for Spring
t3f I Invite everybody in want of anything in my line to call at niy store.
South Side Main, Between Fifth and Sixth Streets.
And convince themselves of the f rtet. I have as a specialty in my Itetuil Department a select
stock of Fine Clothing for Men and Buys to vhCh we inrite those who want goods.
tST" I also keep on hand a largfc r.nd well selected stock of Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes. 8-10
tttT" Opposite the Tlatte Valley House, in Schlater'a Jewelry Store.
Main Street, Plattsmoutli, Nebraska.
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CHOICE TOWN LOTS FOR SALE
tow umn $ii8if xm
Lots can now be bought In Duke's Addition to tho City of riattsniouth, at prices ranging
from 25 to $5o and on tenns so easy that persons with
THE SMALLEST INCOME MA Y MEET THEM.
For those who want lovn property either to hold for a fieculation or to build
upon, this is a rare chance to get it. These lots are in a delightful
location, and are dotted over rith a
Young and Beautiful Growth of Forest Trees.
Which add materially to their value.
t5T Tarties wishing to purchase or look at !Utse lots, will 1k shown thorn, or given any Infor
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DUKE or D. II. WllKELKlt & CO., and BAKNES
t-or casn ttie aoove pnet's win ie iii.-cu:utea ten per cent.
MatUnioutli, Nebraska, October ZiA 1872.
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BOYS AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING
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SPRING AND SUMMER, GOODS,
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AND SO THE PEOPLE THINK WHO BUY
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. . Brown Sheeting,
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Clark's new Thread, . Cotton Yarns,
In ' the Grocery line we keep the Finest and Iest
Tea, Coffee? , . : &Hgar Molasses,
Dried Fruits, , Spices, etc., Mr
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be s union of hands. It believes that, while it
is woman's privlW-ge to purify and comfort and
adorn, it should be man's p!ra-ore to provide
for, cherish, and proiect. It would have chil
dren treated as feeling, flunking and erowiiig
creatures perfectly created, but not full grown.
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dnd 'IrearT dunulsiiioni which do not lnteivnt
and thcrelore do not profit the reader. On the
contrarv. It would rather preach as though it
preached not n Interesting story .tor iiiirtanco,
being made to serve the purpose or a lotiK dis
course by giving the reader something real, In
terestintf and profitable to think about.
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asems absurd to most people. Yet it employs
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Including Uaii, Haviltok, Us leading editor,
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PJuurnnti FhlUt,, 1'a. ... .As its title premiers. It .
. a devoted to the Instruction and entertainment V
E of the family clrcle.and.iB order to pUce It with. Q
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J In proportion to the interest of its content. If.
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r.inbun. . .ji isesseniiatiy anomc nrnKnznip.
a s or that a mart of business would himself take If
M up for the employment of a b-isure hour. rat
O Wilmlneton, N. C Were we out of our a
5; cliair editorial, as s "private citizen," cut off . mm
r front our exchange list and all that, one of the sW
17 first niajtazlnes to wbicli we should subscribe U
woo id b Wood's Hounehoid. 7i'er, Hart- "
L ford, Ot. It is an hitellectual and moral J
J educator, highly prized by all who become ar- . -
nnainted Willi it Chriitim Admatr. If tm
J popular trritcrs are, therefore, frood writers, a-
x. and M" hiiril nrirea Throve tho merit of lilerarr s
wares, then Mr. Wood's-insKazine is a Cooa
fy. cles breathe a spirit of econetn.v. morality and f
v iirtue wnicn w uurniy rolruH.ina In ta are or
f in-snionaiira out IBS ejiravatfnncc. 'i .
mm Kdina, So. ...Tit is undoubtedly one of tlie
Itswd, Bprinirflsid, Tsnn. ...,Th-stjcles
are short, piquant, and of such nnquasuooed a
esccllence, tiiat this periodical oiurbt to be both s
OfumiUar ud. welcome in -ery many house- f J
' kklA XcAm U m a rhunnMl ami
ireiihestj liveliest icuniaia we have examinra.
T . flrstHCUus quahly sombined. A" J ork Ttma. .
Halladay's Patent Wind Mills.
UouMe and Single acting
Force andiFarm Pumps,
Feed Mills, etc.
The Ilalladay Mill has stood 5the test for six
teen years. In. th in the I ldtcd States and Ku
roiie and is the onlv one generally adopted by
all rrinciKil . . ?
R&ilroads and Farmers.
Terms Liberal. Send for Catalogue r.nd Trice
List. A. L. STRANG, Lincoln, Neb.
Furniture, Lounget. .
Chairs. . llcdsteads,
&c, &c, &o.
Of a1! descr!;itio:M.
Metailic burial Crises.
- - - - v - r , - v.vw
or all sr.na.
Reod M-tdc ttvdsold Cheap for Cash.
With many ihanks for past patronage I Invite
ail. to call and examine my large stock of Tur
nititre tn'd Coffins. Jan23
IS fTtELT A VEGETABLE PRKPaHATTOW.
composed simply of well-known r OOT8.
MERB3 snd FRUIT8, oombthed with other
properties, which in their nature are Cathartic,
Aperient, Nutritious. Lluretie, Alterative sad '
Anti-BiUoas. Ths whole is preserved la S suffi
cient quantity of spirit from the KCOitft
tA.VK to keep then la any climate, which
one of the xnoet durable Tonles avnd Caw
tbsurtics in thtf wirld. They ar latonded
strictly as a
only to T tised as a meJlclne( snd always ao
- twratnij tit fiireotiosit. t , ;
They era tia Bheet-anchor cf the feeble ana
OebiUtfrtsd. They set BTon a diseased liver, sad '
stimulate to such a doreo Uu.t a healthy action.
: t onoe brought tho irt. As a rsmrdy to which
. Vmea are especially subject it is suj.r
ieding every other stimalanL As a sjprine
atsMt Sonmer anle they have n6 equal.
They are s mild and cetrtle Purcoiive as wU as
Ionia, i They pnrify tho bJood. They ara a
Ylendid Appefcser. They make the weak strong;
They purify ana invljtorsfa. -They urf Dys- 1
pepsi. ConstinAtioa end Qeadocha. They act
M a eeecifio in all species of disorders which
pndennine tbe bodily etreegth and break sm
tbetnimal splritp. , ... t .
. ... .- -f- ' 1
Tt AnvKitTtaKFS. AU wsntons who eonlem
plate making c.ntra-U witli newspapers for Vhe
luseiliuiiuf Atlvcitisomcuts should send to
for a C'ii'rul.ir. or lurlose 23 cent for tHrir one
huutlred jiane Tainplilet. eonttiiiiing Lists cf
.i.trio Newspapers and estimate, sliewing tha
c':t of advertising, alsontany ttm lul hints toad- .
vtrfisers, and some areoutit of i lie experiences'
of men who nn known as successful advertisers;
This iinii are the pioprielors of the American
Newspaper Advert isiug Agency.
a.id are possessed of unequalled fncillties for
c::ri!iir Lie insert it.ti of iKlverl isements in all
NewSimpers and i'e riodieals at lowest rates.
Book for the Million
MARRIAGE! I A private eounsellor to ths
GUIDE, Martini or tliuse ahout to war-
'ry tin the physiological myste
ries and revelations of tlie sevual system, th
latest distsiverieii in prodm-liu: and preventing
ofispring, how to preserve the eomplexlon, &e.
litis is an interesting work of two h-indred
and twet.ty-four pa get. with numerous ehsfy
ings. and nn tains valuable informatiou fut
tl'.'.'Sfc ".vliu are manied. or eonlfmplating mar
riage, .still, it is a liook that ought to be kept
under lock ami lu'y, and not laid carelessly
ai'out the liotisn.
Sent to any one (free of postage) for BO cents:
Address ir. Butts' liispensaiy, No. LI, N. SIB
street, St. I-ouis, fo.
Notice to the Afflicted and UnfortunaU
Before applvlng to the nototioril tjtiacks who
advertise in public papers, or using any quark,
remedies, peruse lr. Uutts' work, no matter
what your disease is or how deplorable foul
Lr. llutts enn be consulted, personally or bs;
mail, on the diseases mentioned in his works.
Office. 12 X. Kight street, between the Mar
ket and Oiesnut. St. Louis, Mo. Uec4-ly
HAPrV n. ll.'f for Young Men. from in ef.
fee! d Kroiu ai d Abuses in early life. Man
hood re.-.tored. Impediments to marriage re-
moved. New method nf ireHtnsent. New snd
reuiarkaliie. retuedies. Looks aad Circulars sent
free in sealed enveiuws. .
Adilress. HtAVAKli ASSOi.IATIfJN, No. f
South Ninth Mreef, I'liihulelpliiH, Ta. an Instl
tutioti having a high reputation fur honorablt
comiiict and professional skill.
10 till .
The vhfrtteera below refer you to tht
Publishers of this paptr as regard their
perfect reliability, and when writing . to
titrm, please mention you taxo their Adv
tiscment in this paper. .
ndnsT A T T
iiors and Clothiers
1,4 h t!?&UUiZllU of the Heat, 64U
1-5 i'J')J K. 4th fcL, ht. U.ola. So., will, es
f--LJS, Jl s-pllrali-.), send fn-s their acrsrat
rules or heir-'li'nKtirement, lIlDatrated
j Circular, and Frlrc Llit, with a fell lias
-3 ofsamides, euahlins; ) te eft I Iflh-
5 inir liir.Tt from ilii ir llr.Snh- tffih will
t '-i he mad? In the beet style. Shinped ij -
tun aniin;ng ann retarsissai Uiioir expeur,
- If not aalinntctorj.
CUSnTOf Rt!"esofstlf-mes!iaraat sent free
Oniil I Ol Orders solicited, l it s;saraatssd.
E'rtVC nd Youths' (iothlnr a spectaltr, Sead
HJ I O fur Illustrated Styles as J Prices.
TAHUOX'S PtTtNT OHBI?rjl.
TIO HTtNdL AIJHABi.T, .
f-rmarklnr sbow tjirds, boar I,
Ilarrt-ls, Hmtn. Trunks, ate ; $i;
All siaesfrnnt Inch letter .
wards. Wrtt for dcsriistlvs
firli-e list, orr ml t onl) Jfor tbe
noiiular (incli letter) size. Seat
prtpiild. Will pay for itself la a
iiioinli. Pcrfts-1 sal Israel lou rusr-
sntecd. or monev rcltirut'l. A gents wanted . Ad
irei.s fl. l:a:Lard A t.. Hi OUvs street, 61.
l irrutarnBd Price I.UI. V.'l l( KS(HIt loI..M0
. The Cheapest and Kandminest Amrtottt!
Ut4r Jld fawily Jourckl In this country is the
RT. I.OL1H MIDLAND FARMER,
Elaht pases. Forty Columns, oelr SO Otat e.
ycar.aiz months SaCta. Clubs of tB for .
IMna WlllSli t miTHISM, PuMawn,
- 414 W. TMrd Btreet 8- Loala, SO,
ttlli's Patent ImproTed
roTed Hprtaa .
ua Linen sue ',
as Mm. ffir stJUIp
ti. l . itu-r iirtii:le4. A
stamp of flsi" fl!ill snd jierfect so ;
sti unloD, witli boltiooi uvstiaueu-
tlc Ink, Ink Pail, snd
nrl.ts. d In a m at io. wnn tint h-i
n;i-iiiii!s. lu-nt r.rt L.ald fot only!
si JO 'j'lie tMst tlilnir f'r tlie price!
ever lnveiile.1 ArrttK wanter. II. I
4 '. Itarnn i i Jk Co., SU OIlTC street, E t.
Ill AWAKS Al'D FAST AwLIS"
A beAuliful walr oflrtuch t'hreaioa.
ban-lsomel Moentsd, sold every
where for 3. Sent T) repaid oa re
ceipt offl, er 60c fur either. Afrsato
wasted everTwhere, viaoeeja BxaaeJ
lare prollra. Lioerai staeonas w
UieTrndn. Xnp and n " PlllshlBlTtnTTJ
rlnc Street, St. Loads, Mo, .
i -) . . .
' ' a 'l " v ' jr
. ' . . sWgi
a rzvr APPLiCATicsa uazz A
Pure Blooming Complexion'-.
It is Irely Yeeetable, and Its optMhai ii :' r
seen and tvl t 6aoe. . 1 1 does ewy wiU th .
Ilushed Appearance cacet by Uoat, Vattrasi ' 1
sndEiciiement. Heals and rtcnoveaail Blosohaa -fcad
Pimples, dispelling dark and ttasigb.Uj'"'" '
ppota. . Drives away Ian, Frf-Hoe aod Son . -tiara,
and by Its gentle but poWarf ol tnflnrwij
iaaaUes Uwt-ud cheek wttl - - ..-TL.
tOUHIFUt BLOOH Vtf TUtltiils '
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