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J. S. tiAMSEV . A : . ; Editor.
CeniiBunleatioirs on Kilurniionul Toples, Kc
ports of Educational Mec tiaus, Sc., are respect
fully solicited for the Kdtteatlonal Column, and
maybe addressed to LdtteailoVal Committee
Dos so, lcock Muffs,' Nebraska.
l 8. RAMSKY,.
Ch'n Kditorlal Committees
THE EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION.
The Educatiorf-ii Association of Cass
ceunty was organized about a year ago,
but from some cause or causes there
has been no meeting since the one held
at Mt. Pleasant in March last. Now
that the winter terra of school in the
different districts is either begun or
will soon begin, would it not be well to
revive this organization? There is
certainly ability enoiigh among the
teachers of Cass county to sustain an
organization of this kind, and the ben
frts accruing therefrotii would be great
"We should be glad to hear from
(eaehei'3 and friends of education on
this subject, and trust that at an early
day wc may have regular meetings of
"We received a pleasant call from Mr.
Mereness, of Iowa. He is teaching in
the Hull district, and is one of the best
teachers in Cass county. May he live
to "teach the young idea how to shoot."
AVm. J, fwearirtgen, of leaver coun
ty, 1'crihsylvania, one of the most suc
cessful teachers of the old "Keystone,"
commenced school at Louisville, on
Monday, November 10th:
Iiouisville is fortunate in securing
the services of Mr. S.
THE EDUCATIONAL REI'OIiTEK.
VTc are in receipt of this journal for
Seilem1cr and find it overflowing with
Tho Edwational Reporter a publish
ed periodically, or three times a year
in January, May and September, by
Messrs. I vison, Elakeman, Taylor & Co.,
educational publishers in Chicago and
New York. The Reporter is devoted
to the dissemination of educational in
tell3g.nce. Amen? the many interesting and in
structive educational reports from the
different SttC.? found in tho Septem
ber No., we ciip the following relative
to our State Normal School:
Nebraska, guided by tho experience
o the older and inost progressive
States, at the outset, in the organiza
tion of her educational system, wisely
hiade provision for a State Normal
School. This school was established
binder very favorable auspices, and has
been crrried forward in the face of
many difficulties. Happily, many of
these hindrances have now been re
moved, and the future prospects of this
institution are very cheering. The
new building will be completed for the
fall term. The one now occupied will
be' converted irftd a boarding; hall.
i)uring the past year, under the effi
cient . management of the Principal,
Gen. Y. J. Morgan, there had been per
fect lutrmony and co-operation among
the members of the faculty ; the school
has been graded and more thoroughly
organized ; manjr needed improvements
in and around the building have been
made ; the mental activity of the pu
pils has been wonderfully stimulated,
and -the morale and manners of the
school have been greatly improved.
The wise and skillful administration
of the Principal, during his brief con
nection with the school, has satisfied
all acquainted with the fact3 in tho
case, that he is admirably qualified for
the work to which he has been called.
The city of Omaha is said to have the
finest .High-School building in the
country. It was erected at a cost of
$230,000. The High-School building at
Uneclri cost 640,000, and the new build
ing of the State' University cost 6130,
000. The land endowment of tho Uni
versity, if properly managed, will yield
h fund of not less than 83,000,000. All
departments, now or hereafter organ
ized, aro to be open to women on equal
terms with men.
THE NEWCUMBERLiXD SCHOOL
Mr. Editos: Thinking that it may
hot prove altogether uninteresting to
the readei3 of your columns to hear
something ' concerning our eastern
schools, I enclose you tho following:
Until very recently the citizens of
this flourishing little town, could not
be induced to take sufficient interest in
educational matters to allow them
selves to be taxed for the purpose of
erecting such a school-building fts
would accommodate the many child
ren of the town. -But finally, through
the very earnest efforts of one of our'
citizens, John Campbell, Esq., the peo
ple were brought to see the very great
necessity for a movement of some kind.
And though the enterprise met with
very bitter, opposition on the part of
many of our citizens, Mr. C. was riot to"
be frustrated in his designs.
And now, should any of your many
iea ler3 have occasion to take a trip
East, aild should reach the banks of
the beautiful Ohio, at tins point, we
have no doubt that the first thing that
would attract their attention would be
our large School-building. It is located
In iibout the center of the town, and on
one of the most prominent points. It
contains four basenif rit rooms, one of
of which is used as a coal room ; the
others for the children to play in dur
" ing the very cold weather.
On tl-tf fiocr above there are also four
f oonf 3, whicli aYe1 f tirirfeht'd and occu
pied as school-rooms, passing in by
the front entrance, you lind yourself
first in the Principal's room. Here you
would better tarry awhile as you are
in one of our model -schools. Passing
to the center cf the building you enter
a little room from which you can see
,That is taking place in all depart
ments: This room is, I presume, about G feet
fTrare. A panel door opens into it
frVtn each roomV The upper half of
each d-Jdr is made of glass. This room
is sometimes made use of by the Prin
4ft.,l. w, t bwon-- nfcssary for
him to deliver a lecturo to some "en
terprising" young boy or girL
It is also it very convenient place for
the teachers to meet to discuss matters
respecting their different departments.
The story next above extends the en
tire length and width of the building.
It contains a very convenient statge,
and is filled wifh Congress chairs. I
presume it will seat about 450 or 500
people. It is known as the Town
liy ascending another flight of stairs
you come to the entrance of another
hall, and could you gain admittance,
you would find it similar iii one sense
to a path we often read of "straight
and narrow." "We are not prepared fo
say whether it is like the latter in
many other respects or not. It is in
this: "Pew they be that walk therein."
This hall is occupied by the Odd Fel
lows of the place.
Y,"e notice now that we have said
but little in regard to tho school, aiid
as we have already taken up now more
of your columns than Ve should have
done, will necessarily be brief. Our
school has already begun its third year
in the new building. It numbers near
ly 2od pupils during the winter months.
"N'e pay our Principal 100 per month,
while the wages of our assistant teach
ers vary from $33 to 845 per month.
I should have stated before that our
building is of modern style, built of
brick manufactured in this place. The
The front is built of fire brick. The
rooui3 and walls are all well furnished
and the entire building did not cost
620,000. I have been traveling con
siderably, and have, not yet seen a
school-building of equal size, and of as
good material that cost so little money.
And now the people see that it i3 a
credit to the place, and do not feel like
denouncing in such bitter terms the
one who was instrumental in making
the schoci what it is, "a model school."
New Cumbixaxd. West Va.
A SPOT ON ""WHICH TO DIE.
Mr. Macready was never popular
with stock actors. He annoyed them ex
ceellingly at rehearsals, by giving every
man his particular place on the stage,
so that in the picture presented he
should be the centre. This actor must
stand here, that actor there it was
On one of the nights of hi3 last
engagement in this country, when he
was to play Hamlet, he was very par
ticular at rehearsal, in the disposition
of characters at the fall of the curtain.
He had selected the most command
ing place on the stage, well down to
the lights, and declared that there he
intended to die. It so happened, that
as the fatal moment was approaching,
just after Hamlet had stabbed the
king, his majesty took it into his head
to die on the spot selected by the Dane.
The poison was burning in Hamlet's
veins ; he was in the agonies of death ;
still he found time to say (sotto voce)
to his step-father "Back, back I'm
going to die there." The blood of out
raged royalty was up, and the stabbed
monarch replied "I'm king, and I'll
die where I please pick out a place
for yourself," and Hamlet was compel
led to let his soul out farther up the
After The Hattlei
From the Chicago Inter-Occan.
To the Editor, Sir: As the battle in
Chicagoh as been fought under the lead
ership of tho Grand Pacific ticket, it
may be well enough to consider calm
ly the causes that led to what every
good citizen regards .as a calamity.
I think the real cause was in the re
f usal of the Republican Central Com
mittee to call a convention in the regu
lar way. As a party we were invul
nerable. Our record was good. Prom
inent among the the men who gave the
organization strength, was the German
element. In an unguarded hour (or in
some trade or barter), the committee
suffered themselves to be led into some
back room caucus of "leading citizens"
Much was said about the safety and
security of the city f und3 ; the protec
tion of the good name of the eity ; and
a few self constituted guardians of the
public safety, assumed. to be a safer
guide (to their own advancement) than
a regular delegate convention chosen
by the people who would do the voting.
The Aveakne3s was seized upon by de
signing cunning men, and the result
was recorded in your yesterday's issue.
Had the people been consulted, a
regular ticket put in the field by a con
vention chosen - without auy regard to
the Committee of Seventy, the Pacific
combination, or the Little Printer"
Roy's" Committee, of any other man,
we would not have had td witness the
humiliating spectacle which wd noW
I do not believe that the body of the
Germans, who stood up in the fiercest
of the Sght for the Union, would have
shrank from the support of a regular
Republican ticket, fairly nominated.
Political jugglery killed the so-called
Citizens' ticket. The result only-goes
to prove that side issues, however good
are alwavs dangerous.
The course of the Pacific Hotel Com
mittee was enough td crush out any
good cause ; tho conduct of the com
mittee cf Seventy, was farcical. As
such it was a success. . .
- To-day, if the Republican party, as
such; will follow its legitimate busi
ness, allowing the bummers on the one
side and the extremists on the other;
to light their own battles; in other
words, simply deal. in political econo
my, the future will not . witness any
such departure from sound government
as the election just closed would seem
to forebode. Republic ax.
The result of "Independent" news
paper interference, and the failure of
the Republican Central Committteb to
call a Convention, has given Chicago
over to what their own papers call a
".Bummers rule". The Staats Ztitiing,
a strong people's paper, now acknowl
edges that if an out and out Republic
an ticket had been nominated it could
liare been elected.
As a stout old lady got out of a
crowded coach the other day, she ex-
claimed, "well, that4? a relief, anyhow f
To which the driver replied, eyeing
her ample proportions r,Sa the 'osses
A young widow wishes to know how
it is that, although her husband said,
when tfcey were married, "with all my
worldly goods I thee endow," she
is noV entitled to only one-third of his
BUTTERY & L AZENB Y
Horses & Carriages to Let
Stock Boarded by the Day
Week or Month.
Call, and Give us a Trial.
Stable ou Vine Street.
rLATTSMOUTH, - -nstf.
iilcdi cine s
J. H. BUTTERY'S
Oa 'Main street nearly opposite the HERALD
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
DUCTUS AND MEDICINES, TAINTS, OILS,
VAKNISHES, PATENT MEDI
CINES, TOILET ARTI
CLES, &C, &c. '
j3?-Trescriptions carefully compounded at all
hours, tlay and nijjht. 35-ly.
For your Groceries go to
F. R. Guthmann
Y Corner Third and Main street, riattsniouth.
He keeps on hand a large and well selected
FANCY GROCERIES. COFFEES. TEAS,
SUGAR, SYRUr, BOOTS, SHOES,
&C, &C., &Ci &c.
In connection with the Grocery is a
Bakery and Confectionary.
tAll kinds of Country rroduee bought and
Take notice of the sin
"EM Tilt!! BAKERY AND GROCERY."
McGuire & Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
A large and well selected stock of
Boiirbon, Rye & Monon
Constantly on hand. Our connection' with the
firm ot Riudskoff Bros., Distillers, enables us
to sell at the lowest market rates.
For the Celebrated
VLATTSMOUTU," - - - fcl3ASlvA.
A CORDIAL INVITATION.
Messrs. Hurst & Gate: extehd their compli
ments, to the public, and invite erery one to use
Dr. L. Hurst's Anti-Dyspeptic
and Liver Pills.
For the cure of Pvspepsi.i and Liver Complaint.
Lotij; experience" lias proved them to be the
safest, .surest, ahd best 1'iils in use, for the va
rious billious diseases that prevail so extensive
ly. . Headache, indigestion, loss of appetite,
Kitldiness, dimness ot sight, sleepiness and the
whole train of disorders usually termed billions,
will be cured bv these, pills if takeu uecordins
to directions Price 25 cents.
Dr. Hurst's Vinegar Couch Cure has been
used in private ami hospital practice for many
years, and Is pronounce! by all who have tried
it the best remedy ever offered to the public for
the cure of
Couglis, Colds, Bronchitis, Aslhmdi
Whooping Cough, Croup,
and all diseases of the pulmonary organs, being
composed of well-known medical herbs, it will
strengthen the system, purify the blood, and
arrest disease. ,
"WANTED! "WANTED! WANTED!
A case of Rheumatism, Tain in the Back or
Ltimta;a, Swollen Joints. Flesh Cuts, Sprains
and Bruises. Sore Shoulders, Scratches and Fis
tula in Horses that cannot be cured by Hurst's
Tar Liniment: .
Hurst's Family Medicines for sale bv Dr. G.
B. Chapman, riattsniouth. Neb. ; 15. . Hoover,
Louisville, 'eb., and by dealers generally.
IS THE CHEAPEST!
F. J. METTEER
lias a large and good assortment of Farm Ma
chinerv. Tim Marf,h Harvester, a Reaper that two men
can cut and bind ten acres per day, with one
man to drive, and the binders can work in the
F. Jt 3IETTEER,
Main Street, Corner cth.
Hattsmouth, . - - .- - N&raSfra.
A Heavy Stock of Goods on
No RenU and Interest on Rorro?ccd
Capitul to he made off Customers.
OLDEST ESTABLISHED HOUSE
IN THE CITY.
Xorth side of Main between Sfcond and Third
streets, takes pleasure in annouuciiii; to
FAR3IERS AND MECHANICS
That he has a large and well selected stock of
Dry Goods, Groceries, Provisions, iis were ever
brought to the City of Plattsmouth.
It will cost you nothing to look at them
whether you liuv or not. By examining the
juices at the "oLD KKHABLK " you a; ill le
alle to tell other parties where you buy the
Halladay's Patent VindMills7
Double and Single acting
Force and Farm Pumps,
Feed Mills, etc.
The Halladay Mill has stood Jibe test for six
teen years, both in the. I'nited States and Eu
rope and is the only one generally adopted by
Railroads and Farmers.
TdFms Liberal. Send for Catalogue and Price
List. A. L. STKAXG, Lincoln, Neb,
o. f. joiixsox;
ALL PAPER TRI2IMED FREE
ALSO DEALER IX
Aim! Latest Publications';
Prescriptive carefully compounded au ex
ltomem'er the p!ace. Comer Fifth ?nd Maini
: NEBRASKA HERALD JOB OFFICE,
NEWLY FITTED UPi
Noiv Press, Xeiv Type, and Xcw Material,
Call and see our new lot of LEGAL BLAXKSi
All descriptions of Work done In the printing line.
"We a. f f ully prepared to do
Every Kind and Style of Printing..
Send in your orders for
LETTER HEADS, ENVELOPES, POSTERS, DODGERS, dc
Has on hand, one of the largest stocks of
Clothing and Gents Furnishing Goods for Spring
CS7 I invite everybody iii want of anything in my line to call at my store.
South Side Main, Between Fifth and Sixth Streets.
And convince themselves of the fact. T have as a specialty In my Retail Departments.
stoek of Fine Clothing for Men and Boys to which we Invite those Who want good fcccd
t7 I also keepo'n hand a large and well selected stock o Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes, r-io
Hi. IF1 . JOHUSOIT,
IW Opposite the riattd Valley House, in Schlatter's Jewelry Store.
Main Street, Plattsmouth, Nebraska.
DECKSFl BROS., SMITH'S AM'N
G. A. MILLER & CO'S T AND BOSTON.
PIANOS. vL- ORGANS.
lix Jfirst-dtass pianos iaub Organs.
Wholesale and Ketail Healer in Strings, Sheet Music and all kind3 of Musical Merchandise
McsifJAL Ixstkumexts Tuned and Repaired Satisfaction G uaranteed. S-8tf.
CHOICE TOWN.IiOTS FOR SALE
rf? Lots can now be bought in Duke's Addition to the City of riattsniouth, at prices ranging
from S25 to $M aud on terms so easy that persons with
THE SMALLEST INCOME 3IAY MEET THE 31,
For those who want town property either to hold fot a speculation or to build
upon, this is a rare chance to pet it. These lots are iu a delightful
location, and are dotted over with a
Youhs: and Beautiful Growth of Forest Trees.
Which add materially to their value.
ri- r.nrtlen wts'iin'r to rmrehase or look at these
malion desired, by eiiiliim miK.T. 1)1 KK or L.
Hl'KE or 1). H. WilEEbEk & CO., and liAKNES
For cash the aliove prices win he if.seouiiieu len
riattsniouth, Nebraska, October 2d 1872.
mM RNISHI.VG GOODS
BOYS AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, AND SHOES,
Blankets, Rubber Goods, Trunks, Valises etc.
Main Street, Second Door East of Court House,
BRANCH IIOCSE Broadway, Council Bluffs, Iowa.
Southwest Coiner 3lain Street, riattsniouth, Nebraska.
AND SO THE PEOPLE THINK WHO BU?
TFb tTH. tTh tTs "STl
Dress Goods, Prints, Boots and Shoes,
Bleached" C'ottons, Balmorals, Carpets,
Clark's new Thread, Cotton 1 a ma
In the Grocery line wc keep the Fixest and Best
Tea, Coffee, Sugar, Molds.se?,
Dried traits. Spices, etc., etc.
In fact for Your Groceries, Hardware,
QiiWrrswarc, Wooden WareV .
pt.,M,i-5vfl "STfinlfM o'rtf'lis.
Hats and Caps,
lots, will be shown them, or
piven any infor-
I). 1! !;.' N H IT. Kxeeutors of
& l'OLLOCiv, Real Estate Age
ttieif.state oi s.
W Si Q O.,
- - - - - riattsniouth, Nebraska. J
the Prices i !
Boots and aces j
4 I I 1
Are Stated to. all Climate
AXD FAMOUS FOIi BEESO
SEST TO TJSS!
EASIEST TO SELL I H
M: BETTER COOKING,
Quicker and Cnenivev
Than any Store of the ml.
FAMOUS FOB GIVINO
W? EsPceialIy Adapted
rais or imi wsmd.
EXCELSIOll MAN'O COMPANY,
ST. I.OUIS, MO.
DKALEU IN.. .
Clitiirs, lledsf cads,
&c, S.c., &..:
Of all dcst'i ifjlions.
Melallio iLrial Cases.
OF ALL SIZL'.S.
Ready 3Iade ttndjold Cheap for Ca.di.
With many thanks for past patroiiajce I Invite
all.to call and examine my largo' slock of Fur
niture and Coflins. . jau28
Tf adru tliT3 bcivd) rrfzr yon to tlu
Pubfixfis" of iuis p'ir-T- oi regnnti their
per fret rclUibiutir, and uv;er u-riiny to
th'tn, flt-nc mention yi-ti tavo their Aavr-tixp-Mrnt
in this 'pa'per-
tl J! rch.iu t
4, tuiti.t..itt'i. 1. T.ti!orsniiJ'lelliir
r.sj Ti'iJ!a,,ion. srttH iroi incur arm ram
mil's .l rr.l-jli ps:iri in ui, kiiiisi irivii
Cin-nisr. an.J rrire LSI", willi a ftjll line
"'' i ol'huoinit. t ;;a j:iri you to order ( lot !
iii Inn direct f-m llirir Moukc, wlilrh will
mm' 'n Jf - Shijiju-d hr -
t'i frisi. C. O. !.. with tnn pririh e or x
ILjJi is fx '!!: ir and rcluraitiy at tluir txpenr e,
IT nit Kalir.r tory.
Ci4RV J '''J-sorRKlf-nfasiirrmriit dent frfe
Ofllil I tr!cri4 t.;:irit-d. lit guaranteed.
OfiXf C !il Yiiith'.''!-.tli:its rnirlarf j. ISenJ
J 1 J f'jr lll'istiuti .1 Sljiri Mi J 1'rirvn.
rr.i:::;::"s ! atvnt t-
JL TIIIV Ti;'II. AI.1'21 l!r I'.
,y J J'ir.-ja tor liiai ainpr show Curds, Itoxes,
:"rVi'01? J!arrr-I. Iws, Trunks, Ac. Jtc.
f -v tr--iTJi Ail !.-is. iroia H li.ch teller i:p-XClff-a-l
!.!. "Write fr ii m-riiH:
5-yia :-rif7 prlcf list, or remit only f.sior nit;
X'c-CS ij.V Loittihir t:cl litcr. i-!c Sent
iS-fi US i-repald. V. illpny fr iiM-ir tu a
iiMKlt. I'crn ct K.-!ilKractlmit:a:ir-nntcfil,
or mowv reiurnei!. At'Wi wanlod. Ad
ii.K.s H. . "Jaiiiiird CV., ail Olive street, fct.
nrr-ipuw linoc t?i i;.t n.:? in
rifiilaritH'l t'rico I't't. .. Ili'KXMI.SI. I uiiN.Mh.
. Hie Chcs-pof-t. and KundBoma&t A.-rri'ian'jral
Sj5' aad Family Journal in this country is tk9
-J , IS V1I11..47U 1-A1,.tii.u,
Eicbt iiti. Forty Colttmm. only- 60 C'.s. s
yar.aix montrli 2i5 Ct. Clubs of ten for $4.
Addrat UWVi H .X HA1TIIKWS. HhlWr,
414K. Third Btrwt Bt Loyia. 7JQ.
r-v flillti rafeut lmriroven npnn?
fS 11 s:im. for tu:p"'i:ft T.ineii nnd
rJ otln r artlch a. A sflver-ptutecl
Etamp or t'.!ie lii'.isn niKi perieci rou
Btructloii. with bottlu of best Iinlcil-
Ink. Ink l'al. ana
three entire Aintcmets.
tnelowd in a licit nox, wna lull in-t-iructioiis,
scut prepaid lor ily
CI. 4H j he best tiling lor t!;! prlc
i-vi-r tiiven:-d Aift-nls w:
i JSarnnrd A Co., 3U Olive Etrct:
A beautirel i?.ir orrrtnch Cliromos, HJf
Irnndnomely moontrd, noli! eTery- g
v, .ere t :ir MTt prfnaiu on re- a
reipt of .ft, or f0e for lifhor. ArtU I
var.ted verjwljere, wiwcen mske
Ir.ro profits. Limrsl uecouisw i
the Trade. 51 : i d Ch remo i'uWUUiBg Ci. 217
Mac feUeet, SI. Louis, JAo, .
The only Reliable Gift Distribution
in the Country!
IN VALUABLE GIFTS!
To he di:,tt ihuted in
l&Ith REGULAU MONTHLY
Gift Enterprise !
To he drawn
Monday, November 24th 1873
ONEGKAXIJ CASH 1'IilZK OF
5,000 in Gold !
OXE Oi'.AXI) CASH l'RIZlIOF
85,000 in. Silver !
Two Prizes, 61,000 each, in Greenback!
SLv Prizes, 8500 each, in Greenbacks!
Ten Prizes, -3 105 each, in Greenbacks!
1 ooo CK-.ht anl Silver Lever Hr.niin? Watches
i.iu all; worth from ?v to each.
Coin Silver Vest l"!m'ns,' Solid and Dotihle
I'lated Siivtrvvare, Jewelry, &e.
Xitmhrr cf f.'i, lO.ooo. -Y. ' T if kit
AG!""'IS AVANTEO to s ll ticket, to whom
ZA-i r.A Premiums wili le paid.
Single TU'ketsZl, SLr,en. Ttcelce, 610
Cireulftrss ainiii fall list ot prizes, a de
seript'ot? of the m.-iimer of (lrawin:. and other
inforn'.'Uioil in lelvreuee to the iiMi ilmi ion,
will he sent to any i.a ot'leiir.; them. All let
ters must It :idUresse5 to L. 1. SiX K.
i-r-yf r.ox CrneT,rf, OI)'
A S.'iv rt !i I'l 3 rcrnifr':
c.::anukst sciiuml li i:i: known.
Fourth Grand Gift Concert
roil HIE I.1.M.MI t.F . hi:
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KY
12,000 CASH ;il"J'S i,oo,ooo
1'ccr'j Fifth TV-kit Draws a Gift.
$250,000 FOU 850.
TIip 1'ourtli J'.nmil (lift Ciiin-i'it niillioricil
l'y six'i'lul ;n t of tin L-isl:!tiiic for tin- iM-ni'tlt
ol ifu! J'lil'll" l.ilriiry4 iT KcntiK ky, will l.iKo
j liii-: in Tuldic l.ibi.ti4Mall, a! LoiimvIHc, Kt-li-tucky,
Widndag, Ih cemht r 3d, i 873.
Onlv Sixty Tlioiisanil Tickets will !c nuA
01lf-ll:iU' l tllr lire il!lrnl"il fur I It,' Klild-
jD'an Market, llms IcmvIhk v:ly :m,'m for tlif
I'liitfil StalVs v lii-irt tim.tum k-h disposed if
for the Tliinl ('oncer: Tlie ticket are livitle.l
into ten coupons or .irls,:nnl have on the hack
the Scheme wilft 11 lull ex ulan ition of the lnodtj
At I hi I oncort, wlilcli Hill lie flip grainiest
musical ilisiHay eve- wnne.sse t in tlil.t country,
the unprcceiieiiteil sum of
clivhleil Into 1 J.r(0 rasli ciUs. v. Ill le ilisli ihutcil
liV lot anion:; the licl-:t t hol-leis. The nuitiheiH
of the tickets to he il;aMi snnii one v.heclhy
blind children mul the jjl;t.s from unothcr.
LIST OF GIFTS;
C.ltANf) CASH fill'T
;i:am) cash ;ii t
;i:am cash ;ikt
, . .f-',.riKI
(i 1! A N I CASH
cash :ir I'S ;
CASH t.l l i s
lo.imu each . . . .
NK) eac h
TOTAL. 12.ono (JIFTS, ALL CASH,
iiuioiuuiuij to $l,,'V)0,O(K)
The distribution will In jiositlvo whctlierall
the tickets are sold or not. mid the I.'.ikmi tin
all naid in liraiioition lo th" tickets sohl-all
I unsold tickets hclnjr destroyed as at the First
;nn RTvim voii' t-rt; ma icpici-Mlcil ill
PRICE OF TICKETS:
"Whole tickets, Halves, ..T, ; Tenth., or
each co!tion, r, ; lCleeu liole Tickets for
S.r(M ; 'jJ'i 'l'ickets for S1.HM : li:t Whole Tleki t.4
for S5,K)) ; 'in Whole Tiekets for j- lo.nui. No
discount on less than ?C00 woi Lit of '1 ti l.ets nt a
The unpariiilel'.ed sueees, of the Third Ciift
Concert as well as the saliMadion j;iven by I ho
First, "and Second, makes it only necessary to
announce the Fourth to insure the nromj't sale
of everv ticket. The Fourth (iift ( onccri will
be cim.ui ted In all Its detail like the Third,
and fuil particulars may be learned from circu
lars which will be sent free from this olhce to
nil who apply for tliem.
Tickets now ready lor sale iind all orders ne
eompanied by the money promptly lillcil. Lib
eral terms given to those, who buy to Ncii n&iin.
THOS. E. 13 R A M LETT,
Agent Tublie Library, Kv., and Manairer (lift
Conceit. I'uhlic Library' l'.uiIUin, Louisville,
No Peranu ran lakr Oiee ItKlrra oc-
eorduiK lo directions, mid rcfuilti long unwell,
provide! their bones urn iiotdcmro.veil by mine,
ral poison or oilier means, mul vital organ
wasted hevoml the point or repair.
Dynpepsl.a rtr I uil lfsl Ion, llrndaclie.
Tain In Hie Shoulders, Coujrlis, Tixhtncss of I In:
Chest, Dizziness, Sour I'ructaiioiis of the Sto
mach, Had Taste in the Mouth, bilious Attacks.
J'ulpitaiioit of the Heart., Inflammation of tho
LuiiKs, I'aiti In the region, of the Kilneys, und
A hnndrcjl otlii-r painful symptoms, nrn Mia o,T
uprliijrs of Dyspepsia, (me bottle will prove a
better Ktiaratitec of its nwrlt;i than a IciiKtliy
ForKcmiilfCo'il.iliii In vminn or old,
narricil or mnele, nt the da'vu of w omiiiihood,
or the turn of life, these Tonic Hitters dlsphiy so
.-leaded an influence thut Improvement Is fcooii
For 1 n fin m mn lory nnl f'liroiiln
liliriininlinm mid Uout. Lllloim, llcinillclit
iiTiil luti rimitent Kcvers, Diseases or the lllooil.
Liver. Kiilneysand liladder, lliese lilt torsi lmo
tio equal. Such 1 nsea; ure ca-ised by ltlated
TlirynrenRriille Purallvf nn wfll
n a Tonic, possessing the merit of actlnif as
a powerful iijetil In relieving ronj'cst Ion or In
llainmatlott oftln Liver and Visceral Ort;:ius,
and In I'.ilious Diseases.
For !?Uli DUeiiara.rriip! inns, Tetter. Palt
r.heutn, Uloicltis, Spots, I 'i in pies, I'ustah-s,
Jioils, t'artiunclcs. lUiuf-wornis, Seahl-llead.
Sore Kvcs. F.rshipclas. itch. Scurfs. Dtscolora
tions of the skin. Humors and Diseases or llcj
Skin of whatever nanrs or nature, are liter
ally dus up nnd turned out or Hie 3
teui in a Rhoit time by the use of these Hitters.
;ratcf'.il Tlioimainl) proclaim INK..iil
Eittk.ks the most wonderful lnvigoruiit that
tver sustained the stul.tiur ys-tem.
It. If. .1IcSM.AH t CO.
Pmiri?'IVts and Cen. Ak'ts., San l-runcisco. Cat.,
A cor. of Va-s!im''!on and Churltoti Sih.,'X. .
SOLD BY ALL LKLUtilSTS & I'KALldlS.
- IIUIV hU9 v ll III'""
.lust published, a new edition oi
Dr. Culverwelt't Celebrated E
av on the radical cure (without
medicine) of Sl-KltMATOItKIIKA
V ....1. ftj.uu ilil'ttMTlt:i-V N,.flbHl
Losses, i M !( tunc v. mental and physical inca
pacity. Impediments to .Manure, etc. ; also
Con si mpti'ix, Krii.Ki-sv, and Kim, induced
bv seif indtilenee or sexual ex! liivaatice.
f -r-I'rice iu a sealed envelope, only rents.
The celebrated author, hi this admirable es
say, elearlv demonstrates from a thirty years
.s'.i'cce.ssfer practice, that the alarminu conse
(lUeuces of self-abuse, may be radically inert
without the dangerous ue of Internal
medicine or the application of the knife ;
pointing out the mode ot cure at once
simple. certain, and effc-tital. by means
of which every suP.crer. no matter what
his condition mnv he. may cure himself cheaply
prhalelv an.l raaicaliy.
I.'-Tfiis Lecture should he hi the hands of ev
verv vo:;lh mrt man in th")and.
Scn't nnder seal, in a plain enveloe, jiosl.-pabl
to any add -ess. ou the receipt of hix edits, or
two po' tatre stamps.
Also Dr. Culver's "Marriage CtiUle," price OT
Address the PnldM'ers,
CHAS. .I.e. K LINK, & CO.
127 liowerv. New York.
40-ly I'ost IH'ice Hx. 4."s.
I-t n rh'in:i'. fM-r!a-. Ii,.ll.ir VotitWjr. It t
I tj fii4-trl.'tnlv, mul wli i:'-:c..i !,. rnttrd
J ln.u ,-lu,:a. i;ic:uil;ii! Iiem mi l m :eti iii-, huo-
ti:-.!ia iir.'i wivcf. juirf n'Bii'o i..i.,
p,-.M tin: iiMimrluii' e ei nr:int n utniii of
l.c.tris anU ;.ii-.-- ii iu-. u i . t'" r- "
tr- a union ot hun-N. 1: Irt-oete' ilmt. V. Inlc it
U w.ui.nii i.rivi!,-kr to uriiy mul coiiilort ntxl
!l(,rn, it .twmi't Iv tn-.m tih-a-ire to provi.l.!
I.ir, leri-l, :l fricct. li u..l! Ime eliil
dreii trcali'J o f' 1 1'"". Iliink ii.ii iiiel r'rowimf
creature i rfi i tiv :icat. il.ljui i.-ut lull KrH 11.
Vet in adv.iciititw tl- lctr.i: .-. the ituga
i,. A.. iif.i ini.i.l.iv diK'trimil eriiK,ii loiitf
ft and drear (laniii -ld! '' ,n"1
li and ttiereinre 1.) no! Jirel.t Hie r-ader. n I lie
conirarv, it would raiiier j.re::eli v IIi'iiikIi it
a . .l.t . tt t ,f-r tfrtii .or ti v.ior IMMUlieo.
H L.iin' nii l to stm tlif I iirln I I B loiia dm-
C'.ur- ! eivii.if ll;e r-u'i r soiiw.miiif rtu iu-
ti -roMiiiK I !f,f!'ii!.ie I ' noiiK. i n.
1 nt- ij-it as will as tl.i IwM i uiure MIliC
VaiMZiiw i- it I'ife. 'I lie- ide:i el K' ttntK
rei iiy Jlrnl-cl.iiw Siuk'a!tnt nt vitt- d'.llr a y.ir,
!! alwird to UMift T;pi pie. )rl it employ
............ o, I ..ut r,f,Tr.l,it.i.t4 III hp COUIllrv
iiK luihiijr Hasl H '.MiLtiN, ii li mliiiK ediior,
wio reei-iven t.ilnrv ol llir, i ilii,u.-niid dul
Ian, equivalent in fllniil lull dol urn I r d.i.
Kit' !i nini'.l"-!' cuiitann i;cjrl.v e lit liiimln d
d ilium' wnrih f,r matter, liM-li cuiU tli cuu
cr '.t-r nt'iut ciKlit eiii.
Hoi and Joy two tx-ntit.furv tinted rraj r,n
ix.rir.iit wnrtli Kinir ljoli.ir v iii leniled
Irrv Hi every ubocnier to Hie Ni-Uiijne at i I '.
Hir-fiiiieiw tr.e. iiit wan'e.!. AdJrcix r.
et. WWII Jt :o., Niwbitrsl!, X. V.
enu rnrii-f wliich mark Xltr. ae. HrthnhM lliiutr
J,,unl, I'hilo.. 1'a A it (Hie roiiilw. It
l d;.voti d to Hi in--triiftln and ci.ti-rutiiinirnt
et t tie lainilyciri U-.aiid.in nrd r ! ptacc it wi't
in the ineoin nf rt-mlei-H In motwrate rirruin
ktanrc.it I liinillied at a reinarsHlily low ra'
In i roiirtioU to tlie intercut (if in, coi.leiitx. -V.
y.Trihune. . .It I entia it v a tu ni itiuira'ine,
an 1 m jiiKt tlie thing that (.lie woii.d tr.twt desire
lo j.liw-c in tlte hand of Iks wlti- end little nttra,
or tiint a tli.in of liiinvs would tiiinwlf lake
nil tar the eniployinctit of a Iclruit hour. 1'4
Vviiniiie.'ion, S.'C Were e out of our
clour editorial, as a "jirlMtte citizen," cut ftr
frt,m our exHianne llt ami all 'I nt. o l the
first niaeaziiie t wliieli h nld ulj ril
would he Wood lliHiWdiold. Avyirf'r, Hart
ford. 'L It la an Intellectual and moraJ
eilie aior. Iiiliiv (.rwd ,y ml who Is-coiiie tu-
lUia.nlcd Wiltl "It t7.ei.rein A-Uantlr. ... It
io:iilnr writt rs arc. tluTclorc. t-'ool writers,
und if lou'li price r.rove the ment of littrary
wore, then Mr. Wood" tii inai.ne Is a uil
)1M. Th' lmlrfftmt. New V ork. ... It arw
cii' lri-iUlie a xnirtt of rcoijoin. morality and
infie w'ncli fci hivhiy ieir.M!iiin.' in tin ace of
lTilnoiiMl-ie foil atitl extravairti'ire. Urntnvl,
K'lom. ilo. ....It i undoblitediv one til the
lri-ht. Iirelieirt ionrn.-il wj ljae xoiiiti-rt.
y, WmriL hiirinclieid. Teuu The arttrlea
Y" are short, pi-iuatit, and of (.ucti uixiitioiMst
9 eM-eileiiee, ttiat thi.- i-riodi;cl -ti lit lo l htli
O Inn, ilia, and wekoine in very many houxc
v, liolil. Wkk1' is a msrvcl tl i -Jicapnexi and
j tlri'i-cla.i qadlny coilihmed. A'tsi l ik lima.
iBGu'S HonseMfl MaOTiifr
HIS Mfl J07-H0I38 ill J07
Hl'ntted Voice C t lie I'i-e. Wend'a
i-. ...... ..' Ilia ,l irtlf't I 1 1 l.flvit.lVM
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