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LOCAL NEWS. , .
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jo cent pr line. No advertisement Inserted
for losn than 25 cents.
Legal advertk 'einents will be charged tt the
parties handing them lu.
' COMMUNICATIONS. .
Aa ournparc Li limited, all communications
imisi be brief and to the point, with no waste of
sun.scnir.Eua , : " .
re requested to notify the office If th paper fi
not delirered promptly.
1. Any person who lake a paper regularly
from the iMst office, whether directed to his
name, or whether lie is a subscriber or not is
responsible for the pay.
2. If any person oniers his paper dlscontln
(ueil, he nuist p:iv all arrefiniires. or the publisher
may continue to' send it until pavment is male.
And collect the whole amount, whether the pa
per is taken from the nftlee or not.
3. The courts have decided that refusing to
take newspapers and ix-rlodicnls f.om tlie post
blliee, or TfMiioviiiK aJid leaving them uncalled
lor. Is prima evidence of i.tTK.NTUL riui u.
NnTK eto EvEitvrsoDV. All subscribers pay
.I113 for their paper to us. and ordering it stopped
iitac lain time, will find it so stopped ; but
we cannot be responsible for what has been
done before our lime, nor fcf orders supposed to
he given by others to others. Our books alone
must be the guile for all oli subscriptions.
Call and see 1. Schr.a.-e & Co."s hew goods.
Bargains at Hank Streight'.s.
One Piano for sale cheap. Inquire
at the I'lE'rtALD oflice. 24tf
Every both- buys the Howe Machine.
Firemen's Ball, Come out.
Fur a cheap suit of Clothes, goto
'Stadelmunn'sJ. Try him once. 32t4.
Fresh meat all the time, call at F rank
1'latt.smontH l'i'.'.iard Hall, opposite the
Brooks House, Win. Neville, proprietor. Three
goo:l tables, piod bar and bowling alley. 2-H116
. "Hemmbtr lien. Ilempfcl's Oyster
'lloiise on Main street, next to lcme
'lan'd liriiz store. 30tf
Huskin;' and Uuckskin Cloves, and
wool lined mittens cheap .at the shoe
store of Peter Merges. 34t4
Slinchcomb, tin; lawyer, has a new
suit of Vlbthes. How on airth did he
get 'em? During a panic too; there
Garters with monogram clasps are
worn by pretty girls. They are rather
";i novelty yet, but we hope to see more
Xext week (?) we are going to get
into the high school, you know. "To
,'inorrow we trust, to-day it's cash," used
to greet us as a sign, years ago, and
when a lad we often wondered when
the trusting "morrow". would come.
Doctor Wintersteen, City Treasurer,
remarked to us last week that he sup
posed he had made more school ma'ams
"happy, one day not long before, than
any other m in in Plattsmoutli. It was
on pay-day, 3 0:1 know, and the Doctor
gives them the llhino.
Hugh Orr says the trotters, Dave
Fuller, and ail the other dogs got
through safe and sound except that
Iowa kr. "Spyder" he being an aris
tocratic i!g and 'eft the train at Grand
Jsland- while Dave was gone for water
Ifor 11 te horses. The consequence was
Mr. ny'der" had to be sent by tele
graph ( ?) to Cheyenne, next morning.
We have received a complimentary
from t" e Lincoln Choral Union, to
their Great Musical Entertainment by
the celebrated Mendelssohn Quintette
lub of lioston, on the evening of Sat
itrd iv, Nov. 2Cd. "We cannot attend in
all probability, ourselves, but we are
just as much obliged, and hereby advise
every one" that can, to go and hear this
great musical treat.
The accidents by the use of chloro
forni as an anaesthetic, are in propor
tion of one in thirty thousand, while
by the use of Xitrous Oxide gas the
accidents are reduced to one in one
The only place in the city of Omaha,
or in this part of the State, where this
gas is used in dentistry, is at the office
of Dr. A. S. liillings.No. 234, Farnham
street, Omaha. 34w3
Xew Dntcher shop Morrison's old
stand, call and see him.
. I'ine Cut Tobacco at the Post Olfi'tv Hook
The Howe Sewing Machine is the
The Cheapest place to buy boots and
Shoes in town ; Stadelmann's. 32t4.
The best and cheapest Boots and
Shoes at the Shoe Stole, will, never be
undersold. 2!tf. Petki: Me hues.
FESTIVAL AT WEEPINH iVATEli, ON
The Ladies' Mite Society cf Weep
ing "Water M. I". Church, U11 hold a
Fair and Festival oii Thursday even
ing, November ?7th,. al the M. E.
Church in Weeping Water Fidb. All
are cordially invited to tit tend; and the
editor hereby tenders his thanks in
advance for the cake promised him by
the ladies through Mr. Feldeii's card.
These hard times by getting your
papers at low club rates. Address
James WiTh vm,
34m3 Olcndale Cas'a Co. Xeb.
COAL! C0ALI1 COALlft
Buy the justly celebrated Ottilmwa
Xational coal, formerly known jis the
lillaspy coll. Oilice with Dr! John
Black, corner Main and Sixth street;
II. A. Bukket Agetlt
Is coining and every Man, Woman and
Child', biigllt 16 be provided with good i
JtKUOKs my exclusive
H.k'.i and Shoe de'al'F !" Cass Co who
Buy the Howe Sewing Machine, J.
W. Martins sell them. 32m3.
In short go to Stadelmann's tiny way
and see what he has. 32t4.
Tony for sale. Inquire of llEi.ALD
Vivian has everything to eat Go
and 6e him. , 34 w3.
Choice, Live Geese Feathers for sale
at $1.00 per lb, by HtNuy Boeck.
, . Remember the new butcher shop by
the Court House when you want meat.
For j-our good and cheap foot gear
ing go to on exclusive Shoe Store.
29tf. Peteu Mergas.
Good woolen over shirts SI 00 and
heavy shirts and draowers for 75 cents
at Hank, Streights. - 33m4
Remember the Firemans
Ball next Wednesday
Cook and Harvy ' Sage went out on
Wednesday and shot 15 geese, 5 quail,
and 5 prairie chickens, and we got the
quail Hurrah for our boys.
There will be Union Thanksgiving
Services held at the' Baptist Church in
Plattsmouth at 11 o'clock a. in. Xov. 27,
llevs. McKelvey and Bartle will offi
ciate. All are invited. Merchants
and business men are requested to close
their place of business during the hour
of Service. r.
By arrangement of City Pastors.
As an instance of the wonderful
power of newspaper.1?; the Herald ac
cidentally and casually remarked last
week, that Cliailes Black had no
friends (?) arid now was a good time
to punch hini, &c. To our astonish
ment he appears 011 the street this
week with a mosaic background to his
handsome upper countenance and we
feel terrifled at our prophetic and won
derful power of foretelling things.
Mr: Jas. Snell cahie in ahci tendered
the Herald a A", this week. He
informs us that he had six head of
cattle burned in a prairie fire on the
sixth inst. the five being started by
sparks from a passing train on the B.
Mr. Mohr, of the firm of Kurtz Mohr
& Co. Omaha made us a short call on
Monday last, on his way in from a trip
out west, lie represents one of the
most enterprising business firms of
Go to Vivian's for Flour, Groceries,
Teas and Coffee. 34 w3.
Go to Morrison & Ellison's next door
to the Court House for your meat.
For good and cheap boots and shoes,
go to the shoe store of Peter Merges.
The Howe Sewing Machine took the
Prize Medal at the St. Joseph Exposi
tion for 1373. . 32m3.
Bu Ilempel keeps an oystef hous
It i.-5 oh the south Ride of Main street,
almost opposite Dovey's b'g store.
Ben. keeps first, oysters; next, more
oysters; thirdly', i kinds of oysters;
aad lastly and finally", ojsters and other
things to eat and drink or smoke.
Call and fee the "Oyster Boy" of Platts
mouth. - SOtf
ABOUT TOWN; CONTINUED.
Iast week we moseyed down the street
And now we'll mosey up a heat.
First on the south 1). Schnasse, & Co.
A first late firm we'd have you know.
D. S. himself, a good old jolly cove.
And next in rank comes Fred Lenhoff
Besides there's Cap Kuhl, some call it
Whate'r his name, he's no man's fool,
Tl'tir house is full, the stock well bou't
And if you doa't go there, then you
Xext door above is Wheeler's Ranche,
In t wo'or three firms he's root or branch
We'll take Dun first, he's better known
At Agricultural fairs, he plays a 'lone'
He's seldom euchered on his "hand,"
And also deals in Law and Land.
Cap1. liennet's next in point of grade.
A better man is seldom made.
In Wheeler's firm, he's second mate
On law, he's nix, but does the real estate
If all the world were sound as Cap,
We'd have more he;rt, and less of sap.
Xext St inch; tall, rtraight, and tough
He's fought and bled and ought to died;
He Major-ed through without quite
He does the law, and heavy lying.
A first rate chap, with lots of brass,
If lie's in court look out for "'.-iss."
Bill Wells, Joe Johnson, and Joe Brown
And some more chaps about the town,
Oft drop in here to play at Chess
And Bennett says they make a mess.
The next on hand as up we go
Is hardware E. T. Duke & Co.,
Xo fi:ier store in all the State,
And stock to match at a cheap rate.
Still further on is Battery's roost
Where he and Prole each take a 'boost
At tending store or talking g;is.
But when there's biz' they never 'pass'
They keep a stock not easy beat
And oft to soda they've stood treat. "
If you go down to uncle Jason Streights
He keeps a grocery, and also harness "
YouTI find a place they sell so cheap
You're bound to buy, or else to weep
Because you have'nt cash galore
To buy out all the grocery store.
Above the store with bridles, harness,
A chap called Cook, a-stradle sits
Av wooden horse, and jerks a thread
Through a small hole to earn his bread!
Dave Miller t;K as fine a lad
As ever pimclieJ a tug. or stuffed a pad,
We hoped this week to finish up our
, .. . rhyme, .- -
But the Prize Fight knocked us out of
BALL! BALL!! BALL!! !
Wednesday Nov. 26th;
China Ware at Vivian's. Best as
sortment in town. 34t3
For your Clothing go to an exclusive
Clothing Store, for Boots and Shoes, go
to an exclussiye Shoe Store. - "
9t. Teter Mergis.
Call on J. W. Marthis and- get your
wife a first class Sewing Machine."
V; II. Pool, wants to see his
numerous friends from the country in
Peter Mergis Shoe Store. Strangers
will allso find him polit" and accomo
dating, .i ... 29tf.
NEW BUTCHER SHOP.
2Ieat! 5Ieat!! Meat!!! . t
Frank Morrison has re-opened tlie
Butcher Shop next door to the Court
House formerly known as Morrison
& Shannon's. The firm is Morrison &
Ellison and Frank hereby cordially
invites all his old friends to call and
see him again and get some of those
juicy staks, surloins,' and roasts.
Roll of honor.
We publish below the role of honor
of our. High SchooL We "hope the"
young people will endeavor to make
it indeed a roll of honor to themselves,
their teachers and their parents. All
are interested in their success. The
standard of excellence is 100, and the
standard neccessary to retain a posi
tion in grade is 70.
Sadie E. Vanatta..
Carrie Porter i
Ella M. Billings
Edith B. Lazenby
Carrie L. Bennett
Hattie Crawford '
: SECOND WARD.
Frank J. Morgan
Jessie M. Smith
Walter E. Pailing
Celia Goos. . ."
The Union Fire Company
of Ibis place will hold a ball
and supper at Fitzgerald's,
Hall on Wednesday Nov. 26.
The proceeds to pay for the new
Hook and Ladder Uniforms. The boys
have done their duty and we hope
every one will turn out.
J. W: Marthis takes fat cattle or
hogs in full, or part payments' on Sew
ing Machines. 33m3
The best custom work, at the shoe
store. Making and repairing dor-e
neatly and with dispatch. . Warrant
satisfaction. Peter Merges.
While not approving of prize fight
ing, we thiuk our reporter has made
the best report of the business we have
William Stadelmann, the great cloth
ier, has just returned from the Repub
lican valley, and reports everything
lovely out there, but the folks, and
We call attention to the Xew Ad. of
II. J. Streight in our Local columns
They say tliat TV;an punched big Italian's 'ead,
While llallan lilted 'Ogan where he keeps his
The clUe of Omaha were on the ground,
And shouted "glory ! " every round.
Judge Haines and the City Council
had a tussle Saturday Xight. The
Judge just informed them what they
could do to Haines h'and then he left
Minor, of the Omaha Republican
says we came up there to see the fight.
Its false, Minor was so crazy over the
prospect that he did'nt know who went
and who did'nt. Our special Reporter
swears he got out side of fifteen,
"straight," in twenty minutes and
walked on his hands all the way from
the cars to tlii ring. We go to see
a fight? Shaw!
REED BROS. BUI LETIN.
Mr. L.. F. Reed desires us, from
Chicago, to nriiidunce that Reed Bros,
have new goods' of nil kinds coming all
the time, specially' a firie" assortment of
CHRISTMAS TOYS AND PRESENTS,
Mr. Reed has been able to buy all goods
at the most reasonable prices (owing
to the panic and short nes of money
East) and will-stay in Chicago yet for
two weeks in order to take advantage
of the market and buy at lower rates.
Meanwhile he will ship goods hom:e
Farmers :tnd Grangers should not
fail'to call and see Reed Bro's. stock of
goods at once, at Weeping Water Falls
of course you know.
NEBRASKA GRAIN CO.
TO THE FARMERS OF CASS AND
. Plattsmouth, Oct, 3, 1873.
.The undersigned, representing the
Xebraska Grain Company, takes, plcas
ure.in informing his friends and those
who have produce to sell, that they
Have increased their facilities for hand
ling grain by erecting Warehouses at
Louisville, Ashland, Greenwood, and
other pcriilts on the B. & M. Road,
where competent men will be found in
charge, having ari Interest in the busi
ness, who will pay more for Wheat,
Corn, Oats, and Barley than any other
firm in Xebraska.
Refers, by permission, to John Fitz
gerald, Calvin Parmele, and John R.
Office opposite Bank in Jno. D. Tutt's
Store. JOS. A. COXXOR,
38m3. General Managw.
lJusi ties U business, and so arc the Cijjars at
the r. O. Book Store. 5-tf.
.1 . ,
If you want a cheap set of ladies
fui-s, go tt? Stadelmann's. 32t4.
. Remember the Depot for the Howe
Sewing Machine. is in Hatt's oflice on
the South side of Main St. 32m3.
Eggs, Butter, vegetables, chickens,
game, fish, wanted at tliis oilice in
exchange for Herald Subscriptions.
TO RENT OR SELL.
, The house of Dr. Rawlins, hi. the
south-west part of town, near the resi
dence of Mr. Eli Plummer. For terras,
apply on the premises. S3tf.
is often caused by getting cold and
wet feet. It is therefore every bodys
duty to provide themselves with the
best quality of boots and shoes which
can be bought for the lowest cash
prices at the Shoe Store. Manufactor
ing and Repairing done neatly, and
29tf Peter Mergis.
BEN. IIEMPEL'S OYSTER IIAUS.
If you want it good oyster stew go to
Ben. Ilempel's; if you want a good
plate of raw oysters, so big as your
hand, go to Ben. Hempel's; if you
want a square meal, go to Ben. Ilem
pel's; and if you must have a good
glass of wine, or a cigar to top off with,
Ben. has got them. SOtf
Tile Household l'miacea,
is the best remedy in the world for tlie
following complaints, viz.: Cramps in
the Limbs ami Stomach, Pain in the
Stomach, Bowels, or Side, Rheumatism
in all its forms,. Bilious Colic, Xeu
ralgia, Cholera, Dysentery, Colds, Fresh
Wounds, Burns, "Sore Throat, Spinal
Complaints, Sprains and Bruises, Chills
and Fever. For Internal and External
Its operation is not only to relieve
the patient, but entirely removes the
cause of the complaint. It penetrates
and pervades the whole system, restor
ing healthy action to all its parts, and
quickening the blood. The Household
Panacea is purely Vegetable and all
Healing. Prepared by
CURTIS & BROWX.
Xo. 215 Fulton Street, Xew York.
For sale by all druggists. 24wly.
Xotice is hereby given that the fol
lowing described Township .Maps of
Survt'-.2 will be transirjitted for Gling
to the local U. S. Land Oaice at Grand
Island, Xebraska, on the 1st day of
fennhip. Range. Township, Range.
Xo. No. No. No.
17 2.1 13
17 23 l:
13 iil 20
All Xorth of the Base Line and West
of the Sixth Principal Meridian in
Xebraska. , E. E. Cunningham,
Surveyor General, Xebraska aiid Iowa.
Xotice is hereby given that the fol
lowing described Township Maps of
Surveys will be transmitted for filing
to the local TJ. S. Land Oflice at Dakota
City, Xebraska, on the 1st day of Jan
All Xorth of the Uase Line and
"West of tlie Sixth Principal Meridian
in Nebraska. E..E. Cunningham,
Surveyor General, Xebraska and Iowa.
Xotice is hereby given that the fol
lowing described Township Maps of
Surveys will be transmitted for filing
to the local U, S. Land Oflice at Xorth
Platte, Xebraska, on the 1st day of
No. No. No. No.
1 21 17 20
19 21 IS 2!)
20 21 19 20
17 22 20 2)
IS 22 18 4J
19 22 IS HO
20 22 IS 61
21 22 19 31
17 23 IS r.2
IS 23 19 " .Vi
19 23 IS r.3
21 83 19 63
2t 23 " 20 63
22 23 IS 64
17 24 19 54
1 24 20 64
19 24 17 3'.
20 24 IS M
21 4 19 55
22 24 211 55
17 25 17 6tl
IS 25 - IS 5t;
19 2 19 56
20 25 20 - 5;
17 2l 17 57
IS 2S IS" 57
19 . 20 19 5T
2J 26 20 67
17 27 17 63
H 27 ls 5S
W 27 19 6i
50 27 20 . 'PS
19 2 .
20 2. ....
All Xorth of the Base line and Wet
of the Sixth Principal Meridian in the
State of Xebraska.
,-; E. E. Cunningham,
Surveyor General, Xebraska and Iowa.
FOR R15NT. -
The lariit and commodious waiftwm, cellar,
and oilice pn .snmil floor ul building formerly
iwcimied lv Jacob Vallerv, Jr.. i i Jliisonie
Rlook. Enquire 01 It. K. LiviNcsi jx or
4-U. E. T. l'l'KK.
PHOTOGRAPHS ! !
CARY & UULBERT,
Well knowing the great want of riCTCRES,
have so increased their facilities for the same,
t!.'it they are now fully prepared to give satis
faction, at the lowest possible figures.
CORXER OF MAIX & 5th STS.
R. O. FELLOWS,
N. B Wood, Corn, Coal, or CASH,
taken in excJiaf.gc. , 2itf.
Children often look. lale and
from no other.. raiso than haying
worms in ll'e stomach. .
BROWN'S VERMIFUGE COMFITS
will destroy Worms without injury to
the child, being; perfectly WHITE, and
free from all coloring or other injur
ious ingredients usually used in worm
CURTIS & BROWX, Proprietors,
Xo. 215 Fulton Street, Xew York.
Sold by : Druggists and Chemists and
dealers in Medicines at Twenty-Five
Cents a Box. 24wly.
GAS! GAS!! GAS! I!
Nitrous Oxide or Laughing Gas.
For the painless extraction of teeth
this is the afest anaesthiticin use. Dr.
A. S. Billing's of Omaha is the or.ly
one in that city who has it.
33m3 234 Farnham Street.
Till rfs" Years' .Experience of
:m Old Xurse.
Mrs. AVinslow's Soothing Syrup is
the prescription of one of the best
Female Physicians and Xurses in the
United States, and has been used for
thirty years with never failing safety
arul success by millions of mothers and
children, from the feeble infant of one
week old to the adult. It corrects
acidity of the stomach, relieves wind
colic, regulates the bowels, and gives
rest, health and comfort to mother and
child. ... "N'e believe it to be the Best
and Surest Remedy in the World, in
all cases of Dysentery and Diarrhoea
in Children, whether it arises from
Teething or- from any other cause.
Full directions for using will accomp
any each bottle. Xone denuine unless
the face-smile of CURTIS & PER
KINS is on the oiit'ide wrapper. Sold
by all Medicine Dealers. 24wly.
TEA CIIJHlii' EA'A 31 xYJ TWN.
Regular examination will be held in fciy of
fice in riattsmouth on the Friday before the
first Saturday of each month, commencing at
10 o'clock a. in. I. W. WISE,
Sup't rublic Instruction, .
34wG ' C:uss County, Neb.
KiO acres of land belonging to t'ass County
Nebraska bcin the South West quarter of
Section No. Five (."" Township No. Eleven (11)
North of Kantre No. Thirteen (13) East of Sixth
Principal Meridian, Situated ne.tr Eight Mile
For Terms of s:ile see
). H. Jamt.s )
Timothy Ci.AUKcr -Co. Couir's.
M. E. White. )
r , , .
There Is no pain which the
Centaur Liniment will not re-!K-ve,
no swelling it will not
subdue, r.r.d no lameness which
it will lit.t cure. This Is strong
lantruajro; b'it it is true:- Where
tlie parts :ire not pone, lis elects
aie marvellous. It has produced
more cures of rheumatism, neii-
. IEn'T'V?32 ralgia, lock-jaw, palsy, sprains,
swellings, ear-ache, caked-breasts, scalds,
burns, salt-rheum, &c, upon the hitman
frame, and of strains, spavin, galls, &c,
upon animals in one year than have al
other pretended remedies since the world
befjnn. It is a counter-irritant, au all-healing
pain-reliever. Cripples throw away their
crutches, the lame walk, poisonous bites are ren
dered harmless, and the wounded are healed
without a scar. It Is no humbug. The recipe Is
selling as no article ever before sold, and it sells
because it dc-s j'lft wha it pretends to do.
Thos? .ivho.now.sutlcr frain.rheumati.siii, pain or
swelling deserve to sutler if they will not use
Centaur Liniment, more than inoo certificates
of remarkable cures, including frozen limbs,
chronic-rheumatism, gout, running tumours, &c.
hare been received. We will seod a circular
containing certificates, the recipe, &c, gratis to
to any one requesting it. One bottle of the yel
low wrapper Centaur Liniment Is worth, one
hundred dollars for foundered or sWeemed hor
ses and mules, or for scrcw-wofm in sheep.
Stock-owners this liniment is worth your at
trition. "o family should be without Centaur
Liniment. J. B. IIosk & Co., New York. 4G-ly
Castoria is more than a substitute -for Cas-
Or Oil. It Is the only safo article in existence
which is certain to assimilate the food, regulate
the bowels, cure wind colic' and produce natural
sleep. ' It contains neither minerals, morphine
or alcohol, and is pleasant to take. Children
need not cry and mothers may rest. 4G-ly
P, 0. BOOK STORE,
Keeps' a full line of Toys,
Looks, Bibles, and a great va
riety of Chi.stin.ls Goods.
Aibums, Pocket-Books, Chi
na Goods, Initial Paper and
Envelopes, Knives, Chromos,
A good assortment of Holi
. A good line of Gent's Fur
nishing goods cheap.
"HANK'S" OLD PLACE.
34 w 6
A full and reliable histo
ry of this greatest scandal
Tilf-rvri.by t'oft who.fcnows. with eompn-hen-XlXLiuilsivf
biOtritii.liic:'! sketches of all rar-
7nrlhnll tu" interested; abounding
vJV.U.1IU.1J. with incidents, anecdotes and
Sncmrlol interviews never before publish
JUaiiUclLt.a ; f,,u historv of the oodhnil
"Utopia." The sretch of Beecher pronounced
the best ever written. What prominent men
tmd women have to hay of rV,r A rrpntQ
?c:u dal. All. ah nit it Ol igtJIlLb
written by a wel! known author. Not offen
sive to tile most fastidious : about 4o pases.
Illustrated. THE GUKA'I KSTSKLLING HOOK
KYKli OFFERED CAN VASSEKS. Exclusive
territory. . It is rapidly filling up. You must
secure u now. His commission. Bound pros
pectus, ranvassiuu book and complete outfit
sent on receipt of Seventy-Five Cents. Circu
lars, terms, etc., free. Address the 1SEYEKLY
COM PAN Y, Wabash Ave. and 22d St. Chicago
Get the Best h,nd Cheapest?
TILE FIRST MED
iL of the VIENNA
Reins 1h li'iil'Cft
recompensf for u:H'
ferial superiority, in
'I:is X (iiM-liidmn
fron all countries).
v h;s ieeu aw.'iruea
Mason & Hamlin Cabinet
liy the concnrrcnce of the Special Jury. Intr
niitional .lurv. and two Sub-Juries, including
the mo.st Emment Artists anil Experts fromdii
fcreut countries. In comparison with these,'
other American Oiviins wer not found worth)
of any even ml Inferior Medal. Trices from
$73 to s;!0.i. Tor hale or rent ly
E. II. EATON, riattsmouth. Cmss Co. Neb..
V. T. EATON. Crete. Saline Co. Ne!. Kin.'i
WT A rVTXC" H "e will sive enerpetiomen
VV Ait 1 LU' and women
. Business that will Pay
from $4 to. ?3 per day. can be pursued in your
own nei!;l,lf.hoo(!. and is stru t ly honorable.
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Prospectus, 1 74-'-'7th Year,
An Illustrated Monthly Journal, uni
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somest Periodical in the World.
A Representative aad Cham
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Not for Salo in Boole or News Stores.
The Aldine, while Issued with all the regular
ity, has none of tlie temporary or timely inter
est characteristic of ordinary periodicals. It is
an elegant miscellany of pure, lifrht, and grace
ful literature : and a collection of pictures, the
rarest specimens of artistic skill, in black and
white. Although each succeeding number af
fords a fresh pleiLsure to its friends, tlie real
value and beauty of the Aldinew ill tie most ap
preciated after it has been bound up at Uie close
of the year.. While other publication may
claim superior cheapness, as compared with ri
vals of a similar class, the Ahiine is a Jiniuue
aiid-orig'nal concept ion alone and l'.mtpr roach
ed absolutely without, competition in price or
character. The possessor of si complete volume
cannot duplicate the ouantil v of line paper and
engravings in any. other' Shape or number ol
volumes for ten times its cost , and then, there
are the chromos besides !
Art Department, 1873.
The Illustrations of the Aldine have won a
world-wide reputation, and 1u the art centres
Of Europe it is art admitted lact that its wood
cuts are examples ot the highest perfection ev
cr attained. The common prejudice in favor of
"steel plates." is rapidly yielding to a more ed
ucated and discriminating taste which rei.-"" :
ni.es the advantages of superior artistic quality
with greater facility of production. The wood
cuts of the Aldine possess all the delicacy 'and
elaborate finish of the most costly steel plate,
while they afford a better rendering of the ar
tist's original. -
To fuhy realize the wonderful work which the
Aldine is doing for the cause of art culture in
America, it is only necessary to consider the
cost to the coiile of cny other decent repre
sentations of the productions of great paint
ers. in addition to designs by the members of the
National Academy, and other noted American
artists, the Ahiine will reproduce examples of
the best foreign, masters; selected ,wilh-aview
to the highest a' tistic success andgieate.it gen
eral interest. Thus tlie subscriber to the Al
d!no w ill, jit a trilling cost, enjoy in his own
home -the pleasure and refining" influences of
true art. -
The quarterly tinted plates f r 1874 will be by
Tlios. Moran and J. I). Woodward.
The christm-ns w.swe for 1871 will contain spe
cial designs appropriate to', the season, by our
best artists, and will surpass ti attractions any
of its predecessors.
Premiums for 1874.
" Even' subscriber to the Aldine for the year
ls7twill receive a pair of chromos. The origi
nal pictures were painted in oil for the publish
ers of the Aldine, by Tims. Moran. whose great
Colorado picture was purchased by Congress for
ten thousand dollars. The subjects were chos
en to represent The East" and "The West."
One is a view in the White Mouiitsiiis, New
Hampshire ; Ihe other gives Tlie ClilTsof Oreen
Kiver, Wyoming Territory. The difference, in
tlie nature of tlie scenes then selves Is a pleas
ing contrast, and affords a good display of the
artist's sco;; and coloii.ig. Tlie cliromos are
each worked from thirty distinct plates, and are
in size (12x10) nnd appearance exact fac-similei
of tlie originals. Tliepresentatif.il of a worthy
example of America's greatest landscape p; int
er to the subscribers- of the Aldine was a bold
but peculiarly happy idea, and iis successful re
alization is attested Jy the following te.stlnc
nial, over tlie signatt t j of Mr. Moran himself.
Nkwark. N. J., Sept. 20, 187;.
Messrs .IamTls SCI in & Co.
(ii-ttlltmen: I am delighted, with the proofs
in color of your chromos. They :re wonderful
ly successful representations " by mechanic;.!
process of the on rinal painfimrs.
. Very respectfully.
(Signed,) Thos. Mohav.
These chromos are in every sense American.
They are by an original American process, v. i'.ii
material ofVmerican maniifacl are. from de
signs .of iTnici'icaii scenery bv an American
paint", i . and presented to .sfil.seVibers to the fi-st
scct ?s:ul American Art Journal, if no better
because of all this, they will certainly possess 1
an interest -no foreign production can inspire,
and with, r are. their any the worse If bv reason
of peculiar f.w ilities of production tli'ey cost
the pol'lishers only a trifle, w hile equal nievn-y
rrvpect to other chromos that are sold singly
fri tfouhle the subscription price of the Aldin. .
PYViis of taste will prize these pictures for
themselves not for the price they did or did
luit cost, and will appreciate lb.- enterprise that
lenders their distribution possible.
- If any subscriber shouid indicate a preference
fr a figure sublet, the publishers will send
Thoughts of Home," a new and beautiful
rhromo. 14x20 ihches. representing a little Ital
ian exile w hose speaking eves betray the long
ings of his heart.
S3 per annum, in advance, -with Oil '
Chromos free. !
For SO cents extra, the chromos will be
sent, mounted, varnished, and prepaid by mail.
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