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2 J. S. KAILS EY . . .
Communications n Kaucailonal Topk-s, Ee
feorta of. EducaUoual Meetings, Sw.. are respwt
iitlry solicited lor tlie .Educational Colniiin, and
tnaybe addressed to Educational Committee,
feox 3d, Bock BIuSs, Nebraska;
B. S. RAMSEY,
Ch'n Editorial Committee.
LfeTTEB F110 PENNSYLVANIA.
roE, Ta, July 2d, 1873.
- Mr. Entssm -Thinking that a word
o two in regard to Educational mat
ters in the East may be Interesting to
your readers, I have concluded to give
you a short article on that subject.
Ve, here in Pennsylvania, are en
deavoring to keep pace with the great
"Wo have some eight of ten State
formal schools in successful operation,
and will have, ere long, sixteen such
schools. The object in establishing
such schools, of -course is the training
of young men and young ladies for the
better discharge of the duties of the
Besides these formal schools and
numerous colleges, almost every little
town and village can boast of cither an
academy, select or union school. These
are sending out hundreds and thous
ands of young teachers who we fear
are but rarely impressed with the re
sponsibilities of the position. Some of
them, instead of being fitted to talie
charge of thirty or forty young pupils
and train them for the discharge of
the great duties and conilicts of life,
should spend years yet in preparing
themselves for the performance of such
Young teen, graduating from our
college, and from other grades of
schools here, do not appear to realize
fully, that their education is in fact
only commenced. Too often, the years
of hard study within the college walls
have but poorly fitted them for the
great battle of life.
I am not sure but that it would be
better for our country were about two
thirds of our schools which make great
pretensions, wiped out of existence ; for
we see scores of young men sent out
from them who are neither fitted for
any of the many literary professions,
nor yet are they willing to engage in
any of the honorable callings which re
quire manual labor. Their highest
ambition seems to be to get a smatter
ing knowledge of tilings generally, and
then waste a life, which might be made
ti success in some- honorable calling, by
Shirking everything that involves hard
labor. It would be well, were every
fble-bodied, young man, made to learn
some good trade, in connection with
taking a college course. "V. B. S.
I will hold a Teacher's Xormal In
stitute at Ashland, commencing iron
day, August 11th, 1873, at 2 p. in., to
continue in session for two weeks.
The work of the Institute will eon
Fist of regular class drills in the va
rious branches taught in our common
schools, also daily instruction in the
advauced Xormal Methods.
Arrangements have been made to
commodate all who may attend at
very reasonable rates. Board at the
hotels, 81.00 per day, or $5.50 per week ;
at private houses, 83.00.
. I. will give persons attending the in
stitute during the whole time, and
showing themselves competent, a rec
ommendation to their County Superin
tendent, requesting him to grant the
holder a certificate without further ex
amination. I shall receive assistance in the work
nf instruction from several prominent
educators, among whom are Professor
Thompson, C. B. Palmer and others.
This Institute is especially for the
bounties of Saunders, Cass, Lancaster,
fearpy and Douglas, but teachers from
Other Counties will lie gladly received.
Teachers should bring what text
Looks they can for reference.
J. M. McKexzik,
State Sup't Public Instruction.
Letter From Senator Hitchcock.
ATUAXTIC Oi FAV, 1.210 "lI.K EAST OK I
.New York, June ntli, Istj. J
Editor of the Omaha Republican:
You did not expect a letter front ine,
you did not ask one; in fact I fancy
you hardly wish one from this part of
the world, for local items here are nei
ther numerous or interesting, and hence
the -leanness" of the field for a news
paper harvest is too apparent. True
this is the same road over which trav
eled Columbus, his solemnly enthusias
tic nature all enkindliHl witfi the idea
of finding a new world ; or a little later,
the Spanish and" French adventurers
greedy for gold and power; or later
still, ourowu Puritan ancestors- of New
England, or cavaliers of Virginia, in
tent upon founding a nation and build
ing an empire of freemen. But all
these pioneers of our civilization ev
ery item of whose history is now so
deeply interesting to us Americans
have left and could have left nothing
on this watery highway to mark their
pathway, or tell the thrilling story of
their experience here. Nothing is to
be seeri but the Hack, boundless waste
of waters that soliers man with an op
pressive sense of his own insignificance
nnd Cod's greatness. There is, to a
, feeling of such utter loneliness and
. isolation about this life in mid-ocean.
Here is the good steamer "Deutsch
land," with its little human freight, a
mere sieck on the broad ocean, lloating
nlong as important to the world at
large as a fly that floats idly in the
June sunshine on some leaf in Central
Park lake is to the great city by which
it is surrounded. How little difference
to the busy,- restless world were both
leaf and steamer buried forever in the
waves. How son lioth alike would
bo forgotten. Indeed it is this kind of
feeling that impels me to write this
letter, not to please you or your read
ers, but to please myself. To prove to
my own satisfaction that I am' yet in
tho world and r,f it, yet aide to accom
plish human results. It is like pinch
ing one's arm to ascertain whether you
are awake or dreaming.-
And here let me say a word about
fuy "bill to encourage growth of timber
On public lands," which- became a law
On the 2d of March last. Trior to my
departure I received many letters In
regard to this law. Some of them I
was unable to answer for want of time
in the hurry of preparation for leaving.
The writers of some of these lei ters ob
ject to the law as not being "suf iciently
iiberar in rt3 provisions, as requiring
"too many acres to be planted with
trees," "too longtime before issuance
of patents," &C &e To all this I say
Arnen !" I believe it would be better for
Che settlers, and consequently better
for cur Stae- and ut country, to xe
tfc'S tf&h'fnrof "grirand tT bt plnt
t S t
t .- , .
w.x-zs, and ths tirue roqoired
viae s.ud Lice
from ten yearrt to five. I believed so
at the time of the passage of the bill,
tint tins was the most liberal we could
then obtain, and I was glad and proud
to be able to take the first step in what
1 trust will be a long road of wise leg
islation on this subject. I shall in fu
ture earnestly labor to amend and im
prove the law- in these and any other
features that may be suggested as de
sirable by its practical workings. It
would be strange, indeed, if it were a
perfect law. Bear in mind that this is
"pioneer" legislation on this subject
This is the first law for this purpose
ever placed upon our statute books.
Of course, too, the large proportion of
Congress are entirely destitute of any
personal knowledge of that vast tree
less country lying between the Missou
ri river and the Pacific ocean, nor of
the importance of devising some prac
tical and proper plan for encouraging
the growth of timber there. For my
self, I wonder that this first effort is so
near a success. I have faith to believe
that the law has merif, and that when
amended in the direction indicated,
thousands of acres of green forest, cov
ering a vast country now unpro
tected, swept by the prairie storm and
the annual prairie fire, will bear ever
living and ever-increasing testimony to
it3 beneficent provisions. There is one
trouble in this matter, which I hope
can be speedily remedied. The com
missioner of the land office, in his in
structions to the land officers, holds
that all the forty acres must be planted
within one year from date of tiling.-
This, I think, is a mistake. It is not in
I accordance with the law, as three years
is expressly given after the expiration
of the term required for cultivation, in
which to prove the fact of such plant
ing and cultivation, and procure patent
for the land. Strict adherence to this
ruling would, I think, practically nul
lify the law, as planting trees upon
newly broken ground is certain failure
The commissioner was not in Wash
ington on my brief visit there just be
fore sailing, hence nothing could be
definitely accomplished. I filed, how
ever, in his office, several letters from
different portions of our State setting
fotth this objection to his instructions,
and have little doubt that on Lis re
turn there he will amend them in this
particular. Another matter to aid. in
regard to which every citizen of Ne
braska should constitute himself a
committee of one" as an assistant I
mean the obtaining additional repre-
(an additional member) in
To do this between times
the national census is very
It has occurred but once or
tlie history ot our govern
ment, just enough to show it to be pos
sible. Our State is growing so rapidly
so much can be done, and should be
done at Washington to forward her lo
cal interests, that I consider the aid an
additional member would give our
present delegation -very important.
For myself, 1 can truly "say that work
ing from twelve to fourteen hours per
day, during the session of Congress,
only brings me in sight of work Vft
undone. This, I presume, applies also
to others of the delegation. I believe
Nebraska is justly entitled to an addi
tional member; to obtain it now is
very difficult. Every jossible aid in
the matter is required. As yet we
have been unable to procure from
county clerks of the different counties
the certified statement of number of
registered voters in their respective
counties, for which we have twice
asked through the papers. I would
now suggest the propriety (in addition
to what we have previously asked for)
of each county clerk taking a volun
teer census of his own county on the
first of November next, and forward
ing to us at Washington a certified ab
AVhile this could not, of course, be
absolutely accurate, it could be, and
ought to be, an excellent basis for our
effort at Washington. The press of
the State, too, can do much in the way
of arousing and fixing public attention
on this subject.
There are other matters which press
for consideration, and in regard to
which I feel at lilx-rty to ask every Ne
braskian for help. But this letter lias
reached, perhaps exceeded, newspaper
limits. A few days more God pros
pering us and we set foot on solid
land. Perhaps then, again, should fan
cy move and the thoughts of next win
ter's work crowd from my mind the
wonders by which I shall be sur
rounded, you will hear from me. Till
then, adieu. P. W. Hitchcock.
Kxfi lisii Channel, June 17, '73.
The chalk- clifTs and preen fields of
England are in sight. Wo expect to
land to-iii-iht about midnight. Ten
days and a half out a rapid and suc
cessful trip. 1 W. II.
Speaking of the danger of catching
small pox by handling greenbacks, a
country editor congratulates himself
that he is safe enough. .
A farmer vrho was sympathizing
with a neighbor on the death of his
eon, said: You should recollect, neigh
bor Jones, there is no loss without
some gain; John, you remember, wai
always a monstrous eater." ! know
he was," responded the bereaved parent,
"but to think he was laid up with
rheumatism all the winter, and died
just in haying time, is pretty rough."
I'anic at Sea.
A green lad from Alabama, who was
a passenger on )oard one of the steam
boats navigating the Ciulf of Mexico,
suddenly bolted into the cabin one
morning before the pas4engers had
fairly rubbed their eyes ojen, exalaim
ing, "We are lost ! "Iost!" replied his
nearest. "Lost!" exclaimed another.
"Lost!" .screamed out the whole crowd.
"Yes lost!" said the lad astonished at
the alarm he bad created. I know we
are lost, 'cause the captain's on the top
of the house, and another man's upon
the mast, a-lookin to see whar we are."
The following conversation is said to
have taken place at 3 a. m., one day
during the carnival week, between a
certain Xew Orleans gentleman and
Cruel Ilusband "Deceive you "
Indignant Wife "Don't tell me any
more lies! Didn't you Jsay last night
that you were only going to a quiet
little party dominoes and that sort of
Cruel Husband "Just so; that's
what I said, exactly. Dominoes, dom
inoes, you know! Always have domi
noes at a masked ball!" New Orleans
It is said that the sketches of lead
ing men are "set uiT and "kept stand
ing" in "some newspaper offices, to be
ready for instant use in case of the de
cease of the parties. Irr view of re
cent events it is proposed to pursue the
same course in regard to bank officials,
so that when a new theft is discovered
all that will be necessary will be to
put in the amount stated ; the sensa
tion head lines of "Another Financial
Irregularity," "Defalcation of the
Cashier of the Iiawbenr Bank," a sketch
OJ the official, the church lie belonged
to, the Sunday School he taught, and
number of years ho has been in the
bank, bting all ready for the press.
Bwton Cov$mrrtoT Bui Jet In:
For your Groceries go k
F. R. Guthmann
Corner Third and Main street, riattsmouth.
He keeps on hand a large and well selected
FANCY GROCERIES. COFFEES. TEAS.
SUGAR, SYRUP, BOOTS, SHOES,
&c, &.C., &C, &C.
In connection with the Grocery is a
Bikery and Confectionary.
?.A1 kinds of Country Produce bought and
Take notice of the Sign
'EMPIRE BAKERY AND GROCERY."
0. E J0IIXS0X.
ALL PAPER TRIMMED FREE
ALSO DEALFR LX
And Latest Publications.
rrescrinthm can-fully compounded by an ex
EememlxT the iI:ice, Corner Filth jid Main
Streets. 1'lattsniouth. Neb.
BUTTERY & LAZENBY
Horses & Carriages to Let.
Stock Hoarded by the Day
. Week or Month.
Call and Give us a Trial.
Stable on Vine Street.
J. H. BUTTERY'S
On Main street nearly opposite the HERALD
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
DRUGS AND MEDICINES, TAINTS, OILS,
VARNISHES, PATENT MEDI
CINES, TOILET ARTI
CLES, &c, &c.
laPreScrip'ticraa crefu3y emupwatded at &S
Vr""- rT"f rSb?'-: . tlx?
NEBRASKA. HERALD J03 OFFICE
New Press, New Type, anfl New Material.
Call and see our new
All descriptions of work done In the printing
We are fully prepared to do
Every Kind and Style of Printing.
Send in your orders for
LETTER HEADS, EN VEL OPES, POSTERS, DODGERS, d-c.
Has ou hind, one of
and Gents Furnishing Goods for Sprin
jff I Invite everybody in want of
South Side Main, Between Fifth and Sixth Streets
And convince themselves of the f:'.t.
stock of Fine Clothing for J! en a
tW I also keep on hand a large and well selected stock cf Hats, Cap", Boots and SIir.es. 8-10
Hi. IF1. JOIIlTSOiT,
jnfcf Opiosite the Tlatte Valley House, in Schlater's Jewelry Store.
Main Street, Plattsmouth, Nebraska.
G. A. MILLEK& CO S
--' " T : j .
V - 1-5 if
r& Dr Jfirst-'dass phnics nub (Drgiins.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer i:t Strings, Sheet Music and all kinds of Musical Merch;l:.-ff
Mi sicAr. Instki 'MK.VT9 Tuned and R;p:iired Satisfaction (guaranteed. 8-f.
CHOICE TOWN LOTS FOR SALH
tow mess &
Its ran now be bought i:i PuVe's Addition to the City of Platt-smouih, at prices ranging
to 55o and on terms so easy tiiat persons w it a
THE SMALLEST INCOME MA Y MEET THEM.
For those who want town property either to hold for a speculation or to build
upon, this is a rare chance t- et it. These lots are in a delightful
location, and are dotted over with a
Young- and Beautiful
Which add materially to their value.
" Partit-s wisliiiiff to purchase or look at tbese lo'.s. will be shown them, or jriven anv ir for
mation uVsirt'd, hv raHiinr on IC. T. I'1 KKflr I,. 1. HKNNKl'T, Exeen'ors of the Estate of S.
lll'KK or IK H. WilKEI.Kl: & ( .. and I!A1!N ICS & 1'Oi.H i K, iii-ul Kslate Agents.
1'orcasli th" above- prices vvil! be discounted ten percent.
riattsniotuil, Nebraska, October 1T.M 17J.
-PS s-GLC0?! CO
BOYS AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING
HATS, CAPS, JJOOTS, AND SHOES,
Blankets, Rubber Goods, Trunks, Valises etc.
Main Street, Second IMr E:.t of Court IbTiuc,
EKANCII liorsi: Hroadway, Council EliiiTs, Iowa.
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
Southwest Corner Main Street, Plattsmouth, Xebraskx
AND SO THE PEOPLE THINK WHO BUY
Dress Goods, Prints,
Clark's new Thread,
In the Grocery line we keep the Finest rtnd Best
Tea, Coffee j
In fact for Your
Llats and Caps,
lot o" LEGAL BLANKS.
the largest stocks of
anything in my line to call at my store.
sis a specialty in nv Retail DcT):irtniesit a self el
to which we invito those who want goods.
A N 1) B O STON
0 It G 4 5 '
Growth of Purest Tree?
the Prices !
0 z ,
Boots and Shoes,
Spices, etc. etc
Yankee Motions, .
Boots and S'iOes,-
gSf1 Sixth Street, one dtor south of
Look to Your Gliildrea.
The Great Southing Remedy.
C'urrs clic and f.r rl i i 1 1
tne l i.v.i is. e.tid ir.-
M5S. S'..iiU-s ;vaNi-
Sy.-tip. (i-.-IH :l-i; !i;
I '!!- i:.:i!
hiccn-S' and sui-i.;:.
Syrup. ;eii!idr-ti "i a!
it ; lie int-ui Ititanf ' o
in-r KcMi tK. li :il ;i:.
Is ; bill "i- ;.n v ?li-.-r
!ri-n' S'Hi', i'
msjlti 4.11 lv
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S.-iil ! y dr.iis
How Lry,'. How Rtatcrci !
: new e.'.i! it-.:i el j
wl;'s Ceinbl-ili"! I
or SfKitM.Tinij;iiKA ;
lili)!i:i:,::l V S.'::iii::.l ,
.H ;i.nl !iiy-.:-;ii inea- j
ft Si-luiti.-J Wc.-'fn-.-'S
Losses. htt'liTKNrV. l:u !i
j. t. 1 . 1 i!)Tic.n,i:ci: j . ;n r.,arr:as'', eic. ; ;
i):i.'iiy. 1 ni jtf.iiiin'i; 1 ;n
t HXl'VI'l !".-. i.l'li.KI -S . ail.l 1 ITH, I'KUICCU j
l.y se'f ijid:sUe:u-e i T sexual f? :inivt..':tiicc. j
'"j'ric'- in a ica!c:i cn :-il" only ti i-i-i.ts. I
Tin--cc!i'irat-d at:ilit.r. in tr.:s ai'i'iirnl'lc c- j
say. i-lt-.;:y i:i'!.i'i)s! i-s !:;: a tniMy Vf :ii's j
fsiicrcssfi:! i. ;tT !;: rdai.'i'.intf c"ori-sc-
fjiM-luvs f ii'Si-.i:!!:--''. !!;:'.y radically cuii' l j
w:tn::t t t-i- it
liii:-alkn ! t .!
i;dc-niai i-'"i!!'-ii;.- ur jnc ;u- i
I1CJ : IloilT'ltl, r:t iii-' i!ll(;l- ll I
.-. c; rt .in ;.;;.l t t:i c;;..il. ly I
f!V SI'.iiV.rr. till lil.lltiT ivlia'l !
!r may c.rrc tun-vif t'r.cai'iy j
lire at f.U-i' :-'.i. !'i
ni-u.s -!;". !
his i-.-mi ! ita 'ii; y !
privately and ra.iu
1 iii L,' el '.ire
si'ni'iii lie hi hai i '.1.- jt f V- j
very y.mlt a-:d i';:!!1. i:
Ser( imdej" "5i"a!. ii y.
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lidc," I'licc "J.
Address tli rnli'is!-.cr.
cjias. j. ki.tm:. & t-r.
l-V llmviT-.-. ev Villi:.
4-!T l'.t ria- l'.')X.
Sfo Vrrnnn enn take iiee Rlttrrs 8C-
coMinff t directtmis, and rcnimti long- nnwc!!.
provided tla ir t..iit- are iu: .Xmvcil y mine
ral poisini or oilier iiietuw. mill vitsi urn"-:.
Wiistcd tieyoTul l;;e point of rejiiir.
Oysprixii.t or I!ti(fiinii. Ilcndaet,
Tttin in i In: .shoulders. Coughs. Tiphimtw of I he
C'ltcr, IiZ!iiess, Soar Knictntions of the Sto
mneli, i'i i Tastu in tho Month. Hiiiotis AttneKs,
ralpituficn f in! Ilart. Intlaiimution oft!i
l.tiai, I'niri i'l the n'if.ons Oi' tho Kidneys, and
a hundred other p.nuiit; sympioui:", are ilieoiT
Bpria,r:? of Drsprpshi. One liolilc will prove a
bi-ftcr piii'.rar.lec cf i::i l:tei;;s than a IcnglJijr
t'ir Kpttlr'ii!itliiti, in youait orohl.
i:itirr:ed or sar.rle, :i: l'ie dawn of womanhood,
or tlie turn of i-iV. these Tonic letters dis!uy
d-.saded an intlaeuoo that improvement i-t ooa
For Iiiflitwimatory n;il Chronic
Ilrtr iiuiHilsm and Oont, I'.ihuui, Kemtttttit
and Inieriin'.tent Kevcrs. Iisous-8 of tuo Wood.
Liver. Kidneys and liladder. these Hitters have
no equal, tiitcli Kise.tse.-iari; caused lv Vitiated
Tlir)nreni;tii(lc rurfrnflrc well
fin r Tonic, ixisesmir tlio merit en" acinic a,s
a powerful aent i'l rcltcviiit; I'one.stioii or !n
riHniuiHtion of tl:e Uver and Vi..ra! Organs,
and iu hihous ltscase-.
l or Skin Olnensrs. Krtiptiom. Tetter. Salt
Rliam, 1 notches, Miow, riinplcs. l'nstti!e,
lloils. Cart'unclcs. Ilin-'vonns, Scald-licitil,
Sore Eyes, F.r.vsipel.n". Itch, Scurfs. isrv!ora
tlous of lite Skit'. Humors and I'lscai es of the
Sivln it whatever nam" or n i'are. oro liter
B'lv Uuir up and carried cut of tlie vs-
teni in a pliort tinic bv the use of t hese i;it??rs.
Citv the ir:i;?ruiif4;e !" wuxu.
i:.urL alia I uriuii M hi ii, i
Lr a union Of' tined.
w tl.a. r. Ii.:.- it
C?.' C.li:":e l izlut
is iMiiaairii pr-vii"
ad.mi. it phou'd tv
;:' ! lei uri'
for, rlien.h. end
drt:!i truttf h ti t; t-.i;. tierrinz od pr;.v:i5
rrtatiire ;m-: ti'ci.;-' '.:itmnj.t,u net I'm' irr'jw li.
Yel in advmatin "lie--. lT:r".ti, die
xtae d-M-9 ro. ei:; 'my d.-ciriml trir.itnf tizi.tf
ftnj dirr J "luis'.x-us :.ri do :: ietvrt-st
and thriftere ilu nu pre;!t the na.Ur On ihe
reiitriry, ii would r ol.ir rri' ei theiaili il
preH'jl.i'd nut an i.i'rrisfi:: s.'ury.uir iniii.:ir-e,
IM'.inr umdv to orve tlie riu;..ie ot a leii l,
course by pivinj! Hie irmiei i.iiv:hinK real, ;n
te,'e;iiiir aiJ pr-:liAl).e 10 iliiiik iit-oui.
Tlie wors; as w. li a tin- i-r lvaiure of Ihr
MugHZine ! iL jni. T'u :1ca nf' Kfttit.t! M
resliy drst-clasn M n-?.ii.e at ! dellnr a year.
oeiUH a"ulur:! to lll'-l poiiplf. Vnt it Clllplevi
some et the hot "atr.l'iiiorN in the comer
Inoiuiniif Uil IJAjtn.T.i.s, i h-iliui! eiiiwr,
who rncciv a ialarv ol' three Ihf'tL'-and dei
l.in. ecjtitvaipnt !oHtmt tn iiut:.ii.4 "r 1n.v.
Each i.niiiber coiiiBiim cr ariy tiiit l.umtr.. d
dllam' werih of mat.er, whicdi cusji iLe slL
ficrilwr about Ciia cents.
Hope and Jo two liantiful'y tinred cray. n
perrraiia worth Four iMiil.-.r. wiil te n:;.,,t I
fre toeverv ut4-ritr to Ihe VaKinii.e ai 1 ;9
'wriieein fre. Aifpnti win'fil. Adiliex e.
8. WvKl -'0., wtiUT8h, . Y.
Hp M Joy-Hp aMJGF!
I'd.: led Voice cf th l"r?.- W.1
nairnziii i cue el tl; m.ii:ciii;i:r.i imsii-.i-ij
ciucrpn-e wdiii-i max k the ave. $tni,tht
Jimil, fluia,. 1'a. Aa in liti prenwrK, It
1b devoted to Ine initriK-tion and cn'trtainim i t
oi'ihe lauiiiy clrcltf.aiid.in ordtr te piaee it wi'h
n the niaha of n atters in n:.Kl.-r:" ciri-mn-ian(-eisit
ts iurnihfd at a reiitarkat.ly low r
tn pruiMTtlon to tlie intrreM ef its c-ieent. A',
y. TrUift. . .It ies-ntially alienif- niatrrme,
eti.-I u just the tliinir lhat one vrmiid nent desire
to plnr in the hnilil hia wife and tittle emu,
or that a man of husiecs would hiniMst take
up for the eniplovnteiit of a lri.iire hour. J'urf
Wilniini-'ion. ii.'C W ere we oet of our
chair editorial, a a "private rtizcn," cutoff
from our exchange list and ail that, one of tlio
first moitazinea to w inch we l;euUl nubscrihe
would bu VTood'a Hous-hotd. iiyirfrr, HarV
ford, Ot. It ia an Intelleotual and moral
csturalor, h!ehly prized by all who Isrcome ac
quainted with it. On Mn iroisif. ... IT
p ,puiar writers are, tnerwore. ma wrner-
and il hi?h pncea prove tlio niern or inera
warea. then Mr. Wood a uineaztiie is a eoi
mi. Tk rl4M,lMit. N i w Vnrk Its nrH
claa breathe a apirit of econom v. tnoraiity and
v irtt which b highlv rvfreshiiin lu Una aire of
fa.-'hiouabia follv and rxtravairance. imm,
Kdhia, MC. It undoubtedly one ol the
ireoaest. livclieat kiuniala we have examined.
lUoord. 8,-rinrfckl, Tetn The article
are abort, piquant, and of auch unquesll.ined
excellence, that thi periodical cughl to be both
Cuuiilia. and welcome In very many honse
holda. Woo.i t I a marvel of cbapn.- and
flratlaas quality aombinea. . J urn l unaa.
tr.. ti.........i. ...i .mi Ki;..,: I -J ' . ' m .. 'j . - r .
BiTreiM ihe mi.-t valrfa: InMoraut that '-jy--Jtti'.r'jw
ever sustained t he M-ik.mr ..-. stem. fS'.ri-Si-iiVv
Dn.r?isisnnd e-.,. A-ts.. ,-.m f-i-ai:c,s.:o, -it.. i5i?x' f?J
8qu uv au. iu.:.en .t i,xlv.is.
. - .. - ....... , . n; i.-S?'.;?rvVlv VV'J
FOR 3ALB D
Mian. Call and see hixa and get a Machine;
Ealladay'd Patent Wind Mills.
Dmtl.'le and Siiiplo acting
Force and Farm Pumps,
Feed Mills, etc.
ivith in tif t i:;:
?:. .!': V . ;
'.t ll--.t f.lf 'ilX-
!! S:il.-s at.-l I-ii-n""ai)y
Railroad'-: and Firmers.
Terms I.ibtr; 1.
Setw! f;,r at
1 Mi; :.
t,iie an:! I'nrc
ffletalllc burial Cases.
Rc J'j Mu'le ttml solf L'h ip fijr Cash.
ith n.:i!;y ih.trd;s for past pat
all to eall and e:.!.dne ir.y lar.eu
nilf.tc and (.ofr,;;.
!:;: I Jtivite
st.xk -f K;tr-
TS PrPXTT A TEQZTALLE rEEPARATIOTT.
compoaod Fimrly cf viU-kco- n ROOT8(
H6R8S nd FRUITS, combined with otter
jiroperties, which in their noture arn f'ethartin.
Aperiont, Ntlt-itions, I.duretic, Altcrrtive and
Anti-ii. lions. Tho wholo ia tireaervcd ia a a-i?2-
cient quaoCty cf fpirlt torn tho ftt'O R
any clutt&to, wti-h
one of the jnoai deairabl Tonic and Ca
thiimrrira ta th world. They are inteodcl
atrictly aa a
otJrto tetiaedu a racdiclao, aud tiwaysao.
cordlni to UcUoeb.
Tiey ar vba choet-nci.or cf tha feeble nil
debihlitiJ. They u.-t upon a dcaaed liver, and
fttUBuJato 1 3 eu li a de.freo tt: t a hc.it thy action
la at oaco brought tbo-.it. Aa a remedy to which
Women arc capec-jtUy cnbject it ia supers
eeUing ctrory cthrr stiiuuliiiL Aaa Spring
atnd Smnicer Tonic they havo no equal.
They are a mill and centlo Iarri-ve aa well aa
Tonic. They purify the b'ood. They ere e
plendid Appetizer. They insia tho wctkatrong.
They purify and larigorate. T)-ey cure Dj
pepala. Consbratlon ana Headache. They ac
as a fl,cieo in r.ll rpeci8of d:sordera whici
ttnderiaiDe the bodily etreoeth aod breni wts
Depot, G3 Pt'lt Yw&t Y oji
titsA eiai -r J
. .... i - ssif-t
! To Anw.P.Tispits. All nrnoM who conlcm-
1 1 ite making emit Mft h w il I) n's)':ijers lor llm
jnscrTi'j!! of Adveltiseincnli slii'U'.d send to
;0eo. f t owell 00-
fur n f'irrnlur, or i:iclic '
luiinIiT.I a;:f l'a:iilil-t.
c-nt for tli-lr ono
ti ; t ;-. j :i i 1 1 ii Lists it
iii:i:c. I n i i i fx tlio
! i -! til hints to aa-
I lit I tf t'VIMTiCllCCS
:t.'ii.'i .rv-si:ijiTs aii'l -si.ii
nst nf ;n! v 1! i -: ii .1! -4. in;.? ! ;
Vt'Vt is-l-. !'!i"l wiiiii" a:'illll
i f nu t! w tin iirt- K m n jismn
Tliis li "in ;: t '! ii;i-!i'!.M.-Xf;i;i-r
A l-.,i!i-i!:-; A,:t,
! t lie AiiiCiicun
t A i
a:i'l :nc ji'isi sscd of inif
il f.ici'.ii'.i-s fur -itix
iiit itis iii all
ii:i;-:s ,i:nl l' i i"ilii-i:Is at luwi si rate.
Book for the Millldn.
A jTivale eotinsclliT to tli
Married r tlmve aUn'irto mar.
I ry m t'n ;ih , si;l.i;ical inyste
t'.i a :md revel:,? inns i.f tlie M-xnal 's st cni, t h
I;i' st discoveries in producing ami I'levi'iitinjj
oifiililitr. Iinsv to !nfs.-rve liie enii.iplc ion. c.
IMsi.san inteiVslii;'; vork of two limit! red
and 1 wcniy-fo ir j;n.es, v.itli iuiiiktouh riii;iiir
in;:s. and" contnins v.di.aHc inforiiiation for
ilin.ic wlio arc iH-irricd. cr -i i.t-rniat i uc m;tr-rii-yc.
Mill, it is a ixioic thai oir.'lil to ! kept
itnd'-r lock and l.cy. i.nd not laid carelessly
al.-'ii'.t the house.
s-eisf to any one 'free f p-iMncci for TiO cent.
Aildicss V. lilltts' Dis'it iij.ii j, Ny. J'., h'. 141 b
atreCt, Si. I-niU, .Mo.
Xolice to the
Af.Iit ltd and l.'nfortunate
hi!' to tl'.e n.i'oriotts rjiiarkn nlio
novr'no in putuie p;.ie;s. ur tisiii any (iia K
ft IlleilieS, peruse
I'r. I'.utts' 'k. tin Matter
is or iio-. dep!oral!c yon 4
coiiitilied. personally or l- f
what vonr disease
lr. Jhitl'i can t
m.iil. on tile decisi s iiieinii.in d in ids workk.
oniee, .No. 1l N. li!: l,l --tre- t, ( tv..ca the Mr.i
ket and I'hesntit. !.o'.:i''. .Mo. citc-Jy
liciief fi.j- Voting i
tors at ! AI m ir-
frrm t! cf
y Iii'e. Mnn
iiiefi i;i:.re re-
f.-et-. . f K
nooo restored. Jr'iieitii:ii ii'
feiveil. New til. tl "d 'd If'.,
r rnai kaMe remedies. Ho'.s
flee in Si a'eil i ..je s.
Addr.--. i.'inv i;p ASSt
I CircidtiiKi svni
CIAT!). No. 2.
Ii a. 1-1. -.,lt lllSll-
Xot.th n"l: .street, fj.iiad.
' nt:oli laviliL? :i hie i
avina- il lii;:!i r.-tit r'.
ami preil -M";;;l f, I,
oti t.-r (.oiii1! V.U
! ro th.i
' rrg.mii thnr
io'tn iL-ri'iitj to
.. 'eci Tit-
rt. i'l ti' 7t :fr.
: " ' Mi'"' t" - r- jfonl T- rrlo
ft '- 5 lltit- ft tnr V. s. ;l
L.s? r'-l-i '- It- Si. UnU. J!o.. wt.l.
t.. Si. J.!i:a. 5:o., wtil,
'.' ', :''"".. s.n.! !"'( Jliir rrar.t
tni"in:' M'w-.'l-iiskr-rr..-n). IUiHlrl.'d
'irri,t.:r, fn.i l-r.i-e !.is., -.iib f ... 1 1 lin
ofaMjo.-r. i n:.hiiuL- )u lu crder 4 lot tl .
tut !.! ,' ei Li. ir Ji -ikw . n ii lrt wttl
I." rifc 'e ll. 1 ie l:vfl slr'l. dil,.;K'J l
res. (r. I'.. ysi'.U Ine I :i f.i-jr. uT K -
iWii'iif iin.l ieturiii"i; fcl tln lr rcs. ,
I u'.: -i.iiir..i'.M).
c 1 1 1 1 , i o i
t 3 '":r. . :i-rte,;'r-mp! eni ir
r..- Ci.i.l .;, .1. If,, l-uiiniutee.
f ; id Vei Ci,i(i;-, i.,w;u!t. Ix n4
Jer i;ti;-1 rjl-
nar.t J rlcin.
tri.i.i. -s i viKvr
I ll.S 1 ; V tl. II, Ml IK4.T,
w :ii .
1 1 link a, A v. Sr.
t.?'. i. "Mi ft i !,i-h i.-i :i-r ii.
Wlile f it ! -'-!ri; v.l
t. . I . il j s(,.- icj
r i i i !i o-t n,. '. Hi
1 U 1:1 nf f.e- Iim II I'l m.
. I. Iii ! -.M:".tel lull tfilni .
i !. . yt-u't v nli:d A I
(.., v.H:c ftieet,
4 te l-e
' d. '.r 'iiiie5 r.:u.
i-s'- . '. irnard A
i K. Ve
TJm li-Kt Heic In
r 'stearr. rw-iol f'ir
t i'r...r?-.- 1 ftlep l
'si. I . t il
ui: I drii. .y J3..r i -I i tl cdt; ry tn Ue
K.r :t r "f-i. i orrrC jldi'ir'B, ortly CO Cm
v '.rfl.! noi"ivr.C'i I'm- of U
toi'M vf Ctm Cm of t4a for 4.
N T h ) rl t r: l-nii, Mo.
;o:ip'i' l.llteii Uf) I
s .. kilver.pUtvd
ell a-id oerl'-i I roll.
Mump, f.ir i
l' other iirtle!
:.'l'lio i f line 11 :
I'm. 1 jii, :!.- tn, I He i;i l.rli 1 .eie.l
iiS'of hi.- Ink, t il. i-i I. xi-.J Se
t e a iu al I
vjd l i 1 ,,f'
.:. l-a..l I.- .e.uK .
f I J I:, hi-s! Ili! .f ,.ir Hi
cv r . ivi :oi -l Ast-Kl win::, il
I . lr:--r iii Co., 314 oil .e li rut
1 1 hi Avfi!j3 i lil I Li kill I
C i A l ea jltfiii pniroftri nrli hroni'ts.
H ' - I IlKII JS'.DlC'T
r J c;; id !.
Tuocft 1. aolil vr..
f l. Kent f rna:d on Pv
or :,')r f.ir tit I., r. Aa-it
-.:( t !n-r, niioma makej
I irv i r t.s. I.lhernt discf.unfa in
U-elrade. J!n;pl "urnma l!uiili(iJu3gC92M
A IXW APPUCATICS3 SUES A "
Pure Blooming Complexion.
It ia Partly Tollable, and It operation ta .
Bivn and fi-lt at osca, It does away with tb.c
luahed Appearanoo cause J by Heat. Fatlrne "
and Excitement. Healaaud reznoTeeaU BloirUea
and Ilmplea. diapeUinjr dark end unsightly
flpota, lirivee away Tan. Freckles end ba
baru, end by Its aetitle bat pcircirlul iuftaeakSr
Saantlee the Laded cheek wvJi .
TOUI?JnXEL001T 4TT BEltTTTo'
KAl". byrll T ijr'iN a '.it Xi.-rf Etcr.'a. ?wv
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