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t9SRnuahmttoa on BdutfeOoosri Topics, Bo
rons ot BrtomttonaJ Meetings, &e..ne rcwpecfc
iuUy oHcllod tar Jb KdnoatkmiU Column; and
, pn tJM. Bluff Nebraska. ..
, Ch'n E?ltonal Committee.
IIINTS TO TEACIIEBS- r'-'ii
nosATio s. siptLks
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. .ueiore bciiooi is openea in me morn
ings the school - house should be inacfe
bomfortablQ dnd Clean. It should bo
- .ikireptthe.ceoing before, ;and dusted
fend aired the next morning, and in
Printer veil warmed beforeJLhe arrival
? tit the fttpili this not only makes the
school house more pleasant and attract
iTe binds teacher and pupil more near
Ij "together id the bond of affection,
but is necessary for the health-of the
" pupils, for most pupils are moreor less
Leatdd by thtif 'Walk or run to school;
and Itf enter a cold, dusty- atmosphere
in this condition and remain at rest is
almost certain to "produce a'col'd or a
. After school has been properly open
's bd the firit'ifod greatestcare of teach
j,fei "should ll health and cqmfortf the
pupils, as no pupil. can study when un
. fcoinfcrtabl or sick. He must see that
the seats are not too high or too low
too far from desk, or too close j that the
temperature is geed and that all arc
suppltecTwith necessary Tjooki Tor it
' : bfteiiihappeni' -ihkt Two" hi' three are
compelled to study out of the same
book, nlerely.'for the sake ftf economy,
and you might with tho same propriety
and economy send two day-laborers
but to work with one shovel. It is im
possible for two pupils to study togeth
er without being a detriment to them
selves, and a drawback to the best inte
rests of the school, thus retarding to a
greater or less degreo the onward pro
gress" bf the school.
And in thus looking after the inte
' "rests of your pupils, you gain their
lore and respect, the good, will of the
parents and the confidence of all, and
. are enabled to wield a greater influence
over hose wha are underiyour charge.
And it is an established fact that un
less a school respects the teacher, there
. will be but little good accomplished by
that teacher ;because children will not
learn1 ""unless they have confidence in
their instructor, and in order to gain
ihis confidence, the teacher must first
Command,, the. love and respect of his
pupilsr - - - ----- -
Every teacher should have two plans
bf work, as regards his school duties ;
first, one of his general plans, should
be relative to conducting recitations
,jf; and.secorid, a plan relative to the dai
'Jriiy: exercise of pupils; such as the prep
i aration of lessons, " of proper explana
I tions, general school exercises, as ob
ject lessons singing,' moral stories, so-
TtialTtalk &aT&c AffiCTt should ;be
his aim 'tor introduced 'something" new
into his school each day, in order ti
"wake up" a greater or more intense
'interest in the school.
nothing i3 more
diffi'cult than to
properly classify a school and nothing
is more essential, and here is wherfc
'th(i good judgment and..gre,at1skiU.c(f
J Vher teacher are caJlei into requisition ;
lor a ecuoui m uruct iv uc sut-tcBsim
tji-ist bo classified. And this must be
done in such a manner, and with such
i penetrating discernment and with such
I 6kill that all pupils - will fall instinct
ively into tho "classes and ranks, for
tWluch they are fitted and qualified. If
S Catii-l3 " advanced beyond where he
naturally belongs, a hiier is thus
iDlaed l-n onward pro-
f j cress retarded, and the pupil discour-i
" figedj and ltlS; equally . as bad,io place
,!i plrpif - r;elcrkwhere fet hahiraily be-J
f in which there may not be found pu
,X 113 :iv1if5eTtext-booki ar'enot'1 too far
4 advanced for them,-and to allow pupils
f td '"Cohtihuo thus in books far.in.ad
: !S Vance of their mental acquirements, is
;J to outrage their best, interest, injure
iy their rnind3, :and "idebar them from
4 iriakiiij that progress they would were
" J! they placed in book?, and' studies adapt-.
f, ed to their wafiU'and WpacitieaT
d uPils shqukf not be alknyedl to run
iiovef Iheir lessons without going
J through' thcr4 "and thoroughly under
f?; fitanding-thent' ; It destroys '.their 'am-.
,: bUi qj and. creat es within r.them a car
L 1 ipsa and listless disnositionj .''nJV.! .
' ff'- Hany ' whSrl;ar;intfte; Third and
' ; rrourth 'Rulers' should be in the First
and Second. No pupil should be al
- ySjr&d- to pass, over a readinff lesson
.'itlJbtit being, able Vo read the lesson"
. 'Intelligibly, able to spell and define'
' Itery word and give an abstract of the
' esson without the aid of the book. !
, j&nj, teachers cotu plain that parents
j ' t not. satisfied unless their childreh'
f fd placed in advanced classes.', ..There
i&ro some cases wnere mtso compuunxs
ira jastwjet there are many parents
'-La labor under tho 'deiusidrf that rm
,i'ss their children are permitted to
' jtudy jn advanced books-they make no
progress, and to such parents, teachers
iVhcmld show that ju3t. the reTerso of
JjfLeffl. arflfoaly lpil-ihdren in
. ; - i V-f 63,533 -childrea f nrolledTOBly-V
; t I attefld School t That1 State ta sure
'jl pToducing a laigo army of "border
1 .x .. ..
iteikOt lPalm?r,eTieral jLdjust-
Y .Ijolf orafe Insurance Car'
uary. i.'i wmm a triu thronirh
i.moi - I H.'f'mri " r loVaT"lIe re-1
:, : ..rye very fine,
. ft,od t..;c'pt in Illinois
, ...re -t ' a peaches and
sii'its f .
a'je? are felriCji & failure j The crops
i.lTebraska -are. far. superior to any
er States in which he has t?aveled,J
;.;uiach tatCf proztJlzt
-i l . . - f-v - . ' " - v. ' -aw-:- !
V.':j jSelf-Actiajf iieviUig Machine
' li Mr. ivrh liafl long entertained tho
idea that lid coUld.in.vent ft self-acting
sewing machine, and lie tlid. , .lie pro
cured a steel ribbon sprinjgaljout twen-.
ty feet long, and of suflicient power to
tun a horse car. Thi ho rigged on his
wife's . sewing machipo '. With a lot " of
Clock-work,- and it appeared -to liiui,
when he finished the- job that erening.
that he had realized his. hopes... .If ay
sewing 'machine everwtjuld gO that
would, so.bQ wound it up ready , for use
in the morning' and "went to bed. At
four o'clock : Mrs.' Feck, aroused him to
listen, to the burclarsLia the house.. He
listened Itird heard a farosttcrrilic rack
et in the sitting-room. It appeared to
him that there must be a million bur
glars . refreshing ' themselves with . a
prize right So he - loaded his gun
crept softly over, and peeped through a
crack in the door. ' It was not burglars,
it wS Jdrs. Feck's . sewing machinev--The
peg had slipped' and that spring
was having full play... It would rear
tho machine up on one end and charge
it three or four times like a battering
ram against the glas3 rront 01 tire book
case: then it would wkoel around and
suddenly tear across the room, and butt
up "against the mantelpiece, and it
would lie down: and oll over, the.floor,
and hammer the sofa, tear up the car
pet and boost the centre-table and try
and jam a hole through the wall and
then endeavor to leap Up on the chan
delier. Then as Peck entered the room
it flew At him, and' tore in and out be
tween his legs, the wheel revolving like
lightning all the time, and the spring
gradually, unwinding. And then Peck
retreated and tho family all got up and
got a mattress off the bed, with which
they .covered :the .machine, and sat on
it for a while, but finally pushed it out
of the window into the yard, where
Peck piled boxes, and ash-barrels, and
slopbucketsi -and,- fence - palings, 'and
wagon Wheels" on it td'keep it still.
But all night under the heap it kept up
a continual buzz and snort and hum,
so that 'Wne of Mr. Birdsall's boarders
fired at it sixteen times with tho im
pression that'itr was cat3. reck'.ha3
presented his better half with a new
sewing machine, and ho is satisfied for
her to run it with feet. He is taking
a short vacation in the study of me
chanics at present Brewster (JV. F.)
Standard, :;'. '. . - .
A Clergyman on the Past and Present
Some years ago Dr. Bellows - was - se
verely blamed by many;of his brother
clerg5man-..for speaking outside the
pulpit some plain put sentiments in de
fense of the stage as a means of recrea
tion and instruction. Bnt vwesee by
the English 'papers that Canon Light
foot recently preached a, powerful ser
mon in defense of the drama before a
congregation in London. Dramatic
representation he asserted to be natur
al to mail, and gratified the same im-
puises ana lasies inai pamung or mu-
cii; ucuyni. hid uicuuo, iu iiiucs jiui,
was the great teacher of the people,
sharpening and refining the intellectual
faculties, and setting . before them a
lofty standard of domestic and political
morality. . ' "Why should it not be so
now? asked the preacher. The ser
rnon.Losejl itji fcseyere condemnation
cahoii did not hesitate to "iiye upon
his hearers to exert thernselv ia the
matter by offering tacit disct-aejtrient
and open reproof in all cases whet a re
fined sensualism and other; evi fruits
were noticeable;: tuid, on the eaer
hand, he appealed to them "to protaote
a - taste- for whaterer was 'pu-e rand .
lovely, either iri the wrorks f jpastior.
present authors, remeinlerin-jf tliat the
emotions' acted on by the Crania- are
from God,vand that in-' this, - asj in all
else, it is true that "the hearing aar and
the seeing eye the Lord hath made eren
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A Curious Genl from Lake Superior. ! H
. Dri Van It. Bicli, of Oswego botnty I
.v n has m ms posesslon fue of, the
most curious gems that hasieyer fome
before the-, attention of connoiss;?ars,
and is pronounced) by jewelers and
others to be among, ; the '.mbs ex
nuisitn of nature's snecirhens. Hxr 4rts
in irems have been, puzzled.- 4 vY0 ifc
a rlUtif. namA:.- .-iWttS : fOimU' by a
TTnmr .T.Tiioian on .the' shorcS pi fLake
oupenor, auuu a couipuiuiu iw iour
-elait.ies of stones alomerated ri ietlier
so a3 to constitute a perfect g an .ofj
rare beauty; joTJieisronQs: cpriSfcd.iiU
it are agate, cornelian, peritet . t J cry
stal " Among) the ". .other, rga arable
features : of this ' curious gen Jr o the
appearance upon cacK Sidt;, a :rom
the hand.of &ni entn-arer.-.ofA .resem
blance to a miniature Crown; til clear
ly define dforms -of abiaek-int-ii:adog
the head of an owl, the tracing ox the
shores of little lakes :'; and-oi re
markable phenomena, rarely? J l.tever
found in stones of any. kind., A ; .
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.;''".!, i Securities . Restored. j ? g I f
' .Treasury ' experts hare fmis$V the
work of restoring theecuritie iif the
Lamberton SaTiugs'Bank.of I'rar'ilin,
Pa, which were thrown into the 'Ire by
the insane casLlerjpf 140C 1 in
government bonds alTwere idrt: 3ed.
Of the 960.000 railway and rmjnl pal
bonds all wero .: restoreiL - Of . $115 . JOOO
in notes ftnd'.tiillsreceivale aili T "'pre
restored and made good by the i pa tits,
interested; The only loss of the j 1 ink
has been $2,000 or 3.000 itf .jirr. icy.
"WTaen received v at the Treasury the
'whole mass appeared to, be asl? Vid
charred- remnants t-of paper f The
experts were Mrs. Davis, Hiss at-terson.-andilisrSchriiner.
ftraorsuch plicate rJtejthf ? it
1'c'onld " not 'hfl ""nfospfutfui in elc ldv
weather. ,Vi ii.ii f J. . 1 '
. ' jl'
Thri Khiva Expedition. , i i ;
'OVrr cbrresroiideJnttelegraph3 i a
striking instance of,, the, difference in
the domestic hablb of the East md
"West. Here, the-Queen and very
mau in England is wont to kee;f "Jot
water in a can, there, the Czar. anT all
his courtiers delight to'kep thfftX--an
in hot 'water.-wrerpJi te. . '-' "f I 'I
She Gate It Bact
A IonisTille lawyer lately meC 'th
a singtUax mishap. 1LU ."wife -wic .'ed
waste paper for tho manufacture I a
certain article of her dress, which' i--y
or may not be properly called by t : a
bustle.' v ISTerspapersi -being scan in
that house, ilrs. Attorney seized 9
certain important legal . idoxmrrv
which sho found .in, her, husb;
Office and with them constructs S he
desired appendage - The case iif u't th
thess papers "were to be used cali'ef On
trial, but in consequence of ,3.r.if;4 i's
little theft . they, couldn't. try: it; ii ' it.
An inquiry: was' institntedin-ft "t.
thT3rrrrow-'about- ti'.tcca )tr
ngenious ctupnt comessea,- res-
the depositions andjsq .forth, aad
suppose, took such a lecture on I g nd
larceny from her husJlafJ fT3 feh.e"fw ler
before had izr.her UU.-UJTi
! ; 'A t'ebria' gtrUon1 her titrr!1- V-Yl
piana and( Dousht ta.
ed -isatrfal enevtix i-itt'9 t. 1 '.
f oi? "her" hsbd t-Li-i i
i "i "" ri
tow your Groceries go I
F. R Guthmann
Comer Third and Slain street, Plattsmouth. ;
' ITa keopa on band a large and well selected
stock of -
. i! l,.
FAJICY OEOCERIES. COFFEES. TEAS,
8UQAB, 8 YBUp, BOOTS, SHOES
&o., &c, &c, &c . t
In connection with the Grocery is a 1
Bakery and Confectionary.
tf All klndi of Country Produce bought and
Tke notice ot the sign-,. :,r . ;
"EMPIBE BAKERY AXD GKOCEBY." i
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A ': ! . : . i
maytstl. ' " '
0. F. JOHNSON.
1 DEALER V
DRUGS, !: 'MEDLINES,
, ;, OF CHARGE.
ALSO DSALEB XIV
Books, . S id t i o n e ry,
Audi Latest Publications.
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Prescrinrions-carefulljr compounded by an ex
perienced Druggist. ; . ,
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Remember the place. Comer Fifth and Main
Streets, rjattamoutU, Jfeb.- ....
BUTTERY 6c T-SiTZENBY
ilorscs & Carriages to Let.
Stobk Boarded by the Day
-Week or 3Ionth.
, Call and Qiye ns a. Trial.
;' ' Stable onViu'i Street.',
PLATTSMOUTH,' ' ' ' ' ': - . -
Jlfitf. . .1.-. :. 4-in '' dl Ti- ! t
J. H. BUTTERY'S
, On Main street nearly 'opposite the HERALD
office, v .-, . 1 . M'-t . ' .
LipEU'fiS 42fcr''iaoijcfiffis. paints,-oils,
; i '": 6Lt0iLEt A5Tl i- v
- -' ., -; '" -.' .'.".
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ten and see our new lot
All desert ptton 61 work done in the $riuttng
. Ws are fully prepared to do
v ' : ' Every Kind and Style of Printing. .
Send in your orders for lf ; ; .
. LETTER HEADS, ENVELOPES, POSTERS, DODGERS, tf4.,
Has on hand, one of
; " ' ' - , ;
Clotliing and Gents Furnishing Goods ' for Spriii!
' . .' :Z . . . ; . ; 4 . , , .- t ; .... .
: ; - and Summer.
tJs7" I Invite everybody in want of anything in my line to call at my store. . ;
South Side Main, Between Fifth and Sixth Streets.
And convince tlienisplvps of the fact.
stock of Fine Clothing for Men and JJpys
tW I also keep on hand a largo and well selected stock of Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes. 8-10
f" Opposite the Platte Valley Ilouse, in Bchlater's Jewelry Store. f(
Main Street Plattsmouth, Nebraska. A
G. A. MILLER & CO S
PI AH OS.
tib ln Jirst-tfess
"Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Strings, Sheet
. . ' McsiCAt, Instkcmblnts Tuned and ltepaired Satisfaction Guaranteed. 8-i?tf. ;
1 0 W'ttDES & BAST TEHMS
t3f Lots can now be bought In Duke's Addition to the City of Plattsmouth, at prices ranging
from 13 to $C0 and on terms so easy that persons with
THE SMALLEST INCOME MAY MEET THEM. -
For those "who want to"Vm property either to hold for a speculation or to build
upon, this is a rare chance to get it. These lota are in a delightful' : .
'if.i ; - location, and aie dotted over with a . '
Which add materially to their value.
l'arties wishintr to purchase or look at
ination desired, tiv ciilliui; on K. T. DI KE or
1M'KK or I). 11. WHEKI.Uit & CO., and BAUXES & roiXOCK, iieal Kstate Agents.
' For cash the above prices will be discounted ten per cent. .i L-. ... : -
l'lattsiuouth, Nebraska, October 2Jd 1(72. -
s, b loom a oo
r V T 4 s- bloom I coT5?,nIl-
BOYS AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING
. ... W f . . '
,;,":.:, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, AND SHOES, . . - ;
Blankets, Rubber Goods, Trunks, Valises- etc.
Main Street, Second Door East of Court Ilouse, '
BRAJTCn HOUSE Broadway, Council Bluffs, Iowa.
;- 1 'i' Celebrated
r, South wiesti Corner Main Street, riattsinouth, -Nebraska.
. : . AND SO THE PEOPLE THINETWHO BZTT
, , Delaines, Uinghams, , ,. ,.:.V. : - . : (
".- . . Brown Sheeting, ' ' '" ' ' : .
Bleached Cottons," . . . ; - Balmorals, Carpets,' ,: . .'. .
. ;' . r. ... V- Clark's new Thread, .; Cotton Yarns,
In the Grocery line we' keep the Finest and Best
- j . - f f. ."..""- !
Tea,-Coflfee, - - . Sugar,
Dried Fnuts, -. :
- In fact for Your '
' ' ' 1 - - - Hate and Capi
,.(. -,; ... ;; ' '
J I - 1 ; C '
of LEOAL BLAXKA
the largest stocks ot
'. . -.
as a specialty in my Retail Department a select
to which we invite those who want goods.
BUUDET ! '
Music and all kinds of Musical Merchandise
LOTS FOR SALE
Vf li of Forest Trees.
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these lots, will be shown them, or civen any infor-
L . BKNNKrT. txeeutow of the Estate of 3.
the Prices S I
Boots and hoes,
itolassea, . - '.. " .'." ? ,
.- bpicca, "etc; etc . . r, :.
- - Gro3erieg, Hardware.
Yankee 3fotiofia,.N.ui ' 01 ,
- Boots and Shoes,
xd ' ' - f-""I":J ?:''':';rf"'i j
Sixth Street, Caao door outl of
Look to Your Children.
The Great "Soothing Remedy.
MRS. , 1- Cures colic and
Whitcomb't'tiie bu fl.-, raid
grhrtna in) Pnc
I:ieil:t;,tcs " 2-4
8yrup, jtlie process o tff i flitii?. -j iCBt,
Whilcomb' overi-o'.ties ;.n rtivases nicf-f- 2
Svrup. dent to l!IjiiCs ;-ni i iii.(in!i..Csr.t.
Cures ri;in!i(Vf. f 'v."e?ir-J Pr;ce
ry and t-uir.ifer coujloim in 2-1 .
cLilJrcn tt nY nges. "' !Cnl.
' It is the pi esi
eat Iuf it' and C hildren'. ioor.!;-
intc .iieiiieuy, ;u all ilnoiUots
tei'thins r any other t-ause.
rrt-jir.red by" the Uruitoa Medicine -Co.,-St.
Iouis. Mo. '
. Sld ly druggists and dealers in Medicines
. ftfa Person can take these Bitters aV
eordinf? to directions, and remain Iodr unwell,
provided their bones are notdefitroyed by mine
ral poison or other means, and vital orguns
wasted beyond the point of repair. -DvipepiU
or IntlKetion, Headache,
Tnin in thn .Slinnldrrs. OonshS. Tishtnem Of the
Chest, inzzlness, Sour Eructations of t f""10
macti. Bad Taste in the Mf ul0QM8t,(;';B:
PalDitation of Heart, Ina&mmstlon of the .
Lnaffs. P"- in the regions of the Kidneys, and ,
a bUudred other painful symptoms, are the off- i
r nt..n.Tuiii Otia hntt! will nrnvft ft
better froarantee of Its merits than a length
For Fe tnleCompllnts, in Tonnfr or old,
. married or single, at the dawn ot womanhood,
or the tarn of life, these Tonic Bitters display so
' decided an influence that improvement Li boob
perceptible. , .
' For Inflammatory 'Mnt 'Chronic
Rheumatism, and Gout, Bilious. Kemitient
and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases of the Blood,
Liver, Kidneys and Bladder, these Bitters have
no equaL Such Diseases are caused by Vitiated
!' Blood. ,- - :
Thry nrtagtntle Purctlv well
a a Tonic,- poasewlnsr the merit of acting as
a powerful agent In relieving Congestion or In
flammation of the Liver and Visceral Organs,
; and in Billons Diseases.
For Skin Diseases, ErnpHons, Tetter, Salt
Rheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustules,
Boils, Carbuncles, BlnK-wonns, Scald-Heal,
Bore Eyes, Ervslpel as. Itch, Scurfs, Dlscolora
tions of the Skin, Humors and Diseases of the
SKia of whatever name or nature, art liter--
- ally dog op and carried oat of tho sys
tem in a short time by the use or these Bitters.
' Grateful Thousands proclaim V in so as
Bitters the most wonderful Invlgorant that
ever sustained the sinking system. ......
K. II. ITIclM) ALI Ol CO.
PniKgists and Gen. Agts., San Francisco, Cal.,
cor. or Washington and Charlton fits., X.Y.
SOLD BY ALL DB.CUGISTS k DEALERS.
How Lost, How Restored..;
Tust published, a new edition oi
Or. Culverwell's Celebrated Et-
say on the radical cure (without
medicine) of Spfrmatouriika
or Seminal Weakness, , Involuntary . tfiuiiiJtl
ixSKrs, ismrrFNCv, incnxai ana pnysicai inra
o:vitv. lmtiedimoiiis to Marriairo. etc. : also
C'om.hvmitiox, liPiLKi'SY, and Fits. Induced
by self indulgence or sexual extravagance.
t-l'rice in a scaled envelope, onlv b cents.
The celebrated author, in this i!itl-aVle es
say, clearly demonstrates iron a thirty years
successful practice, that the alannintr coiiscj-
qnenees of self-abuse, may be radically cured
without the-usc of internal medicine or the ap-
Titcation ot tlie Knue ;. pomunit out tne moae 01
rare. at once simple, certain, and effectual, by
nivalis of wbicli every sufferer, no matter what
his condition mnv be. may cure himself cheaply
pnvareiv and raaicany.
t!gCT."hif Jeetiire shoiild-be In the hands of ev
vory youth and man in the land.
: -iSent miner seal, in a plain envelope, to any
acturrss, on uie rcceijit 01 six cents, or two poi
Also Dr. Culver's "Marriage Guide," price 80
Address the rublishers, - - ...
CUAS. J. C. KI.TXE. & CO.'
' Jf - 127 Bowerv, New Yorki :
49-ly '. l'ost Oiiice Jlox. 45X5.
foofl's HoiseliflM imm
R Is an orlpinAl. flrst-cJaw, Dollar Monlhlr. T H
lIT.tls aU'J ajiii;r,iii;r, anil ssiiii uiicirni tnmw m
hnnrvbrtlrl. includniff Ui4r nntl in idem, bus-
bamU and wive-, parent and ctrklrwn. It nu- Jp
Ket the importance or tctirmtf a union or r-
Heart and purposes In life. In-tore there fhall lr
be a anion of hands. It believe
neveK 1 lj j 7 r a
adorn. It should be Dian'a pKSMjre to proTicio
for, clirrwh, and prolect It woulil hae rlill
dren treated as relinp, thinking and growing
creaturo perfectly creatrd,tut not fulIrowii.
Yet In adrocatitiK !! dx'trinei, (ha Maira
suie doea not employ doctrinal sermons long
Slid dreary disquisitions which do not interest
and therefore do not proflt the reader. On Ihe
contrary, It would rather preach as Uiotiah It
preached net- an Uilerastiu story .lor instance.
Minx made to serve th purpose or a long dis
course by giving the reader something real, In-,
teresting- aud profitable la think about. .
TheworataswellaaUie best feaiure of the
Magazine is its price. The Idea of getting a
,tTiv r.ni-rltvw JMscazme atone dollar a year.
M seems abstrrd to most people. Yet it employs
.1 1 . : V. . . . n ...a MAii.i.rv
Amur 01 uiu ur.i:uuLiiuuiuiB iu t . " -" " - .
Including Oaii, IIajultoh, Its leading ejliior.
who recenres a salary 01 inree -.nuuuu
lars, equiTale tit to about ten dollars per day.
Each numtier contains nearly eight Tiundrcd
dollars' worth mt matter, which cost the sub
scriber about eight cents. .,,..
Hope aud Joy two beautifully tinted crayon
portraits worth r oar uonars 111 """'".'i
i to amrT subscriber to the Magaitneat SI SO
8Der.imena free. Agents wanted. Address k
8. WOOD 4 CO., Jiewburgh, i. .
Hope M Joy Hodb ai Joy
I T'nlted Volom or th lre. Wood's V
Diagaaioesionaof the muiueiitf busliie-s
enterprise which max- the age. MHhahM Uams
jSZm, hila.. Pa As Su tltie proml-es. It
Is devoted to the Insrrnction and entertalninent
of the family clrcleand.iB order to place It wltJw
1. . - ,n..niAt mailers in moderate clrcuw-
stancea,U is furnished at a remarkably low rate
In proportion to the interest of ila contents. If.
rTri&e- . .It is essentially a home magazine,
and to just tha thing that one would most dew-e
to place in the hands of his wife and little one,
or that a man of business would himself late
up for the employment of a leisure hour. r
Wllmingtoo, K. C ... -W ere we out of oitf
chair editorial, m "private iCitiSPSV" ey
from our exchange list and aU that oneof the
first magazines to which w should subscribe
would be Wood s Household K?nZ
fart. Ct ....It is as intellectual and moral
educator, highly priwd by aU who become ac
quainted with It. t'Wfcm Aamt "
..ni., writer. iiirrire. eood writers,
and if high price prove the merit of llterMT
wares, tfien Mr. Wood s rongazine te a gonil fWl
one, Tht InUcpnOtmt, ew lora. "-V
el breathe a spirit of economy, morality and
virtue which Is highly frestujig in this age of
fasbionabl tolly and eatravaganc.-i
Kdlna, Mo.-....It is nndoubttdly one ofthe
r v . UMWu.n.i.m hirs examraen.
l. aA Hnrint-flnl.1. Telin. ....The artkiee
Piquant, and ot sncu unqiwuuii
JlIiuBUWi, vuu. . . . . ,
exceUeiMss, that this periodical ought w w
familiar and welcome in very BnJ"5
1 srHmii. 1. m.r.1 nr ehestniess ana
first-class quality ombined S lark Tim
ff03 BALE IT
Mala. , Cell and soo him aad C4 Mtwhrff;
STATE AG tT
Halladay's Patent Wind Mills.'
Double and Single acting
Force ahd Farm Pumps,
Feed Mills, etc.
The n.illndav Mill hat stood llhe test for U
tpen years, both in the United States and Ku
roif and is the only one generally adapted by
Railroads and Farmers.
Terms Liberal. Send for Catalogue and Trice
List. . -A. L. STKANG. Lincoln, Ken..
I&c, ' &c,
Of all descj ijuions,
Metallic burial Cases;
OF ALL SIZE3. ;
Ready Made and'jiold CJieap for Cash.
itn many jnanKSxor past patronage I invite
allTto call and examine piy large stock of fur
niture and Coffins. . Janzi
h l : ;r":- " : ..:: ' -)
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16 FTT.ELT A VEGETAUtE FBEPAB A TIOTT,
ooirjpoad Binrply of well-known ROOT8,
HERBS and FRUITS, combined with other
Tiropertiea, whlcri la their nature are Cathartic,
Aperient,- 2futritiou, Innretic. AlteratiTe and
Ar.ti-BiKona. Tho whole Upreeerved in a suffi
cient quaatiry of - spirit from the Sttiifl
CAVE to keep them la OC7 kajto,, whiui
one of tli moei sWimbl Tonics and Ca
thartics in tu world. They are intended
BiJ-tctly as) a
Tempiaiiio i 1 1 ers
eUTKI mninlM a meaicmo, aua nivrajs o
cording to directions. - V -
Tbey are tho eheet-auchor of thfl fccbla ana
debilitated. They act er a dlae-iwfd ii-ver, and
Burauiatfi to sacJi a tlecrse thi.t a healthy aciion
: It at cuce broajhi about. As aremel- to bich
-Women arc capeciuUy aultject it la super
edinaj every ether stimuli i-t. As prln
and gammer Toaio they ham no equal.
They are mild and gentle Inrjratlvo aa well as
Tfinic Ther Vify the b?ond. They r
splendid Appetiser. Theyrnaks tha weak strong.
They purify and lnvlgorato. Thrjr ears Vjuy
nepaia. Const) ration and Ftradacbe. TheT act
as a apselBO in all species of disorders which;
aadarmine tha bodily strangta acd brek"OwX
ftnlraal spirfta .... 1
To AnvFRTtsKns. All pervns who content-
plato Tn:vkin eon tracts with newspapers for lh
Insertion of Advcrtiseuieuts should behd tl
Qeo. ft Lowell $ 00-
for a Circular, or indoie 23 cont for tlicir ons
hundred pace Iamphlet, comalirirv: I.lsrs of
3,Ox NcwstKipers and estlmato. showing tht
ct of advert iinfr.ulsn many useful hiutHtoad-virti.s.-rs,
nnil soiuo iiecount of the rxpcrienrM
f iin-n who are known nssuieessful :HlvTtisTs.
Tlii.s flnn are the proprietors of ILe Ami-rlcsj)
MewsjtupKr Adveiiisiug Agency. . , ,
and are posesRcd of unequallfKl fnciTitle for se
eurin the insertion of advert isen, cuts lu aU
News-papers and I'criodiculs t Joweot rates.
Book for tho Million.
MARRIAOE1J A private counsellor to lh
O U I Dti, I j Married or I hose about to nisr
1 1 ry I ne rdi.VMiolOKie.il niystv
ries and revehitio.iH of tlie sexual system, th
larest diseoverii in pioiliicirip anl preventira
offspring, bow to j.ies-rve the eomjlexion,
JIiiis an int lvsling worJt f two hundred
sitd twenty-four ires. with numerous eiijrr.i
iii'is, and coiili-.uiM valuable inioniiutiou for
t nose who are man led or eo:-.teiiip:itiiig mnj-
iiHe. nini, m ii a iiook mat ouniit to be
unuer kk k ana Key, and nt-t laid
about the imuso.
Hent to any one (free of post-.ee) for M cn is
Address Dr. Units' Lispenjuiy, So. 12. K. a
street, bt. Louis, Mo.
Xotice to the Afflicted and Unfortttnatfl
Before apjdyinir to the notorious quacks who
advertise In public papers, or u-siny; anv miw .
remedies, peruse- lr. S "jutUticAnV. Tir. n,:i;..I
what your UisiimSiJ, w .Low dei.loiabl.w'u-U
coiuiii ion. .
Ir. i:i:ttscan b.r consult f 1, personally rr
ni:;il, on the disenies mer.i'oiicd In his w-rm
Ofnce,.No. 12 N..Kl;ht stre t. betwcoii th y.w
ketaod Chesnut. St. ouis, My. tie--ijr
ITA T 'TV r.flb-f for " 'mini To fn Tt f v .
.ects of Kirors an l .1m'm- i'.- ,.'.,i-ir lif.. "m .n.
liood restored. 1 moecliitM-.its to i!i:if-ri:o'rf
a;cv"d. New mi ihoti of ii-Hrft:i.nt v... .1
reinrirk.il.le jemeilies. Jlool.s and t'ireu.'rirs
free in s.-ale.i envelopes.
Addres lf(VAI:t A c; -nr-r a th v -s:
South Xiiith Si-reet. rhlladeipt.t;,. 1'a. :in lri'M-
i.uii';i n;n inir a Mi- 1 r.-rmi 1 ...i, fr.r ,..
con.l net and professional skill.
Tho adctTtiaer beloxo refer y oh t : A
Hihiishern of tl,t pnprr as rtrjurd thnr
perfect reliability, and when' tantivy t
I'nm, please mention yiu saw their Adner
titrmrfl in thin paper.
B .ih bt.,
f i-jsi'plicaflon, mrr
rul- or Kelf-Jl
p-, t irrnlar. ami l'i
Kt. I.iiols. Kit., will, on
nd fr-t their aornratA
fJiuri m. uf. illustrsc.-l
rii-e I.ikt. with fx 1 1 i-m
Cl'MmiiM, enabling jou to order t lelh.
im oinviinira llx ir lioase, whirh wiil
bomadn In the Imhm atrle. !shiped lr .
i. ... if. if., sun ir.o pririietce or ct-
eiimiing in returning at tt
m sui naiuoiit-ivry.
!i?nTQ'n'J,"'of"',,f-n"'M''"nrTit Boo if
Of Ik 1 1 I Ol Ordi-ra noUiited. fit eoarsi.t-
PfSVQ "".yoBtha' Clotlila;Bperl-ltT. fe nd
Elf if O fur Illuatrated felylta and frirs.
TARISOXN rATKST fOwIA.
1 Hl STiM II, il l HAhl.T,
fir niarklig show r-:, s.
narrela, l.tfn, Jrunks. c ,
Ail sizes, from H Iron i.-'f r up
wards. Writ for !es .!tio
orlw list, or remit out f.t for- t!m
nooniar (tncli letlen alio. Si r.i
prepiild. W ill ia- fi.r lis. ! l.i a
U10 11 th. Peri'ect sm: )sri.:l..!T vii&r-
antoed. or moncv returned. Areii'n i.tc- I Ad.
dress II. .-. Barnard A t'w.t Oilvc suwt, fct.
BERKSHIRE HOGS existence. Send f'ir
f 'lrm!sranrl PrlreMst. K.TK KMill.M. I.oafe. r r.
I Hill's I'atent lnprv,d' Spring
I hlanii. for stAinuiiii: I.'ni u
!) otu. r ari:i lc A 1 r-T !:-(J
mump of flue Snx i in I norf.." t ii
struciion. wiili buttle of best Ii.l:ii
1 lil ink. Inn 1'aci. anI r
tl,r.-... otiro A 1 1 1 1 r 1 rf 1 . -.' i-
CUfii,k.u 1 11 neat mu, w 11 11 lull lll-f J -1
ti-urtlon4. n'ut rr, ,ai(l for onlv C ; J
H I't Jliet.i,l IMlng .,r tho rrl-i )
ever llivel'lo.l Jtriill wmli il 1 1 . k
:. ltar:indA(.-o.,3nt)ll-Hret't,fct. '
IvO il's, M) - .
IhoTrada. lisp and tTiroani'urtiaj4v-n
Pi38 kitrwt, HU Louia, Jfo. f . -
, A FEW APrXJCATIOSd t? A
Pure . Blooming Ccr'xlon.
PriTly Tcptabl, mfl ntHya fa
nd f-l a cii:& It do., tr f'th fl.
aa J Fi"itoiueut. ilea.'sanrl E',t7T...
ii-aam A. 1M-. ran ro tvianl 1,., vu '
and tiprplea, di.-rr,erroa v . eft jthu
fcpota. Iirirea away 30. r-e- 1
lrn. ahd t.ylts mnvs hni .JUifln...
.... . . . , 7 - jrw v--
CS'.TlTf,S,Ta Tl -K If Oil A (0..t!5
e-M t--j U K V 1 1 11 i t-rcowned Ser'hani
trii 5 iHr'.lltUn It labors Mild 4 iothlrs
a, M Tho Cheapetit and H.ndaomeet Arrlra:tir"l
Em aiwi J'ouiy Journal la this ccao .ry is Ui
r ST. H MIDI AI) t A I'.MI K,
A i Kigtat pages- Torfr tlolumne. en'r o-'i Cm a
a ycar.six months S5 C Clul ef tn for .
.ts iMm lioi rriltXK. r-L!.-.,
TT1-2 AVAS3 AM PAST iZUTt;
I RI baiidnctmeljr hitiB.ifVsl;-Vo. crery. E
liy ''hr,' "r ? prepKrf a S
II re.'pt of 91, urWtf for elthir. .tirrrN S '
I I -ranted eTenwIn-ro. wboraa kxl.
a. I.ill-nl iK'rorr.t. t
Wr-'.'t 'T rvrr!-.rt-- .w.l -w .:, r,
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