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B. S. IlAMSEY
Ojta.n iiilcation3 jt .Educational Topics, I?e
port:i ot Educational Meetings, &c. are respect
fully solicited for the Educational Column, raid
mayb addrcsse l .r Educational Coiuniittce
Box 36, Bock Blurts, Nebraska'.
- . n. a. kakSey;.
Ch'ii Editorial Conimlttoe.
TKAIN THE INTELLECT.
: One of the most fruitful sources of
failure on the part of teachers is a
wrong definition of the word education.
This Is not without its adequate cause.
To tho superficial style of teaching
practiced by the mas3 of teachers, add
'the-, materialism of the text boots
vich delude the country, and it is not
at all ft range that the retailing idea .J
of education is a storing away of knowl
edge for future use. The teacher
teachc fitly iri accordance with the
plan of the text book, using only such
questions as he may find therein, and
requiring the- author's answer verba
tim; and if the inquiring niirid cf pc'ipc
iiipil chance to rc'timre the why for a
certain operation he i3 answered by an
array of jaw-breaking words to him :uj
unmeaning as ancient hieroglyphics;
or, U perhaps snubbed as being "too
inquisitive. Xo matter how it is done,
, if tho teacher can only sustain a repu
tation for profound learning, and itn
press the idea on Ida pupils that what
he does not know is not "worth know
ing. The consequence ithat the cur
rent idea of education obtains, among
the Sdhclafs, and they become regular
book worms ; that is, such of them as
do not lose all their energy and inter
est in the pursuit of their studies.
The derivation of the term educa
t ion indicates a different sense from
that which is generally given to it.
The Latin verb educere, from which it
comes, mea.ns to lead forth. Educa
tion, therefore, in whatever con
nection we use the word, signifies a de
velopment, a leading out of power al
h!:idy possessed. True, the every day
business of life requires knowledge, and
this knowledge is indispensable. But
the framing and applyingof this knowl
tdge nre but the means of developing
the mental powers ; and the result is
always more important than the means
useT for the accomplishment of a given
In arithmetic, therefore, teach gener
al princple and let each example be
regarded and iised a3 merely an illus
tration and means of impressing these
principles. And teach practical arith
metic. That is, make sure that your
pupils not only understand principles,
but can app'y them readily in common
business transactions. This ability can
be tested by frequently laying aside
the text book in recitation, and manu
facturing examples based upon the
principles of the lesson.
In gfauimafi strive to show how
natural and reasonable the subject is,
even to its most minute details, and
thus you will overcome existing preju
dice, and excite an interest on this sub
ject among your pupils.
'In short, whatever you teach, present
in a clear, plain manner, throwing your
soul into the work, and impressing the
school with the idea that study is to
the mind what food and exercise are
to the b dy means of development
anl strength. 1 raining is more im
portant than knowledge.
Xew York, Nov. 19
The jury in the Tweed case this
morning found a verdict of "guilty" on
all the counts. The defense took ex
ception to any verdict except a general
verdict on all eduntsbut the jury were
The telegraphic report, of the death
of Thomas Daring, Sr., head of the
London house of Baring Bros. & Co., is
confirmed by private dispatches to
tuauKcn in una ciiy. jsx.s. xxuniy
leaves no children and the bulk of his
'great property goes to his nephew,
(Edward Baring, a member of the bank
ing house, and brother of Lord Xorth
brook. " Mr. Hodgson, formerly of
iPinley, Hodgson & Co., which firm
amalgamated with the Barings in 1889,
1 II "A - - T '
noAv becomes the active
'.hi the Louse;
j 'Washington, Xov.
j A Dover (X. IL) dispatch announces
.that the Hon. John P. Hale died there
Vt 9 o'clock this evening.
The l'resittriit commenced writing
liis annual message to-day, and has not
jreceived an visitors, except Secretary
Fish who had a long interview.
-The Fos(o.1ice Department has con
clude! a partial postal card arrange
ment with Germany.
I Unusual activity prevails in the
(Washiugton navy y did, and in some of
thtf tle'parthients overtime is being
"Washington, Xov. 21.
Dispatches from Madrid td the
secretary of state that a niob which
.olhcted in front of thd Americrn lega
tion was promptly dispersed by
government. There is no doubt here
in official circles but that the authori
ties at Madrid are fully capable of
preventing any outbreak. The position
if Minister Sickles is very uncomfortable,-
but it is not believed violence
will be offered. Sickles is hourly in
Communication with the state depart
ment, and his dispatches indicate the
'xistenca of a very strong feeling
vgiirMt the United States.
There is gfeat activity at the navy
lard's. .'Twenty-six hundred men are
V.rii'f foyetf, arid six vessels are prepar
kn;j for war. Admiral Porter's torpedo
oat is being rapidly prepared for
-.eiTice. Working men are engaged
An tfce Florida, which has the replita
ic-n' of being the fastest vessel ever
iuilt, being capable of making eighteen
'.nets an hour for six days, without
to coal, The steam yacn
built for Henry li". Smith,
known stock- operator, nas
sn purchased or Chartered by oV-
Tnraeat for dispatch boat.
I . Xew York. Xov. 2l-.
?T tbo-nn,-I dollars . revrard i. of- I
fered for the arrest of Sharkey, the
condemned and escaped murderer,
Cldcago, Nov. 21.
Tho billiard tournament closed this
evening Gamier bet Ubassy; score, 400
to 503, in 21 innings. Largest runs
tiarhicr 63, 71, 21 ; Ubassy 22, 33, 42.
Daly beat J. Dion ; score, 400 to 33G, in
43 innings. Largest runs Daly 49, 41,
CI ; Dion 66; 42, 21, Gamier takes the
first prize, Ubassy second, C. Dion third,
D.ily fourth aiM Joseph Dion fifth.
London. Xov. 21.
An explosion took place in the col
liery at Vfan, to-day, tweenty-five
miners being killed and injured.
I'arllamcnt reassembles, on the 5th
fFrum the SpiiagfleJd (Mass.) Eepubllcan.
The fashion of wearing wide ruffs is
revived, but we tri;3t they Will nbt at
tain to the dimensions cf tile ruff of
the Llizabethail ygc. The wearer of
tbrj riift was then, it is said, in a state
c"f ceaseless agony lest its fine inflexi
bility should be broken or injured, and
its be wired and starched circumference
should have a fall. The Elizabethan
name drew uack from all who ap
proached too near, crying, "Xot so close ;
thy breath will draw my ruT! And
it was almost a3 ventursome to clasp
her in an embrace as to clasp a circu
lar saw. The chief utensil for keep
ing ruffs dona up was the forking stick
or steel, wmcn AUtciycus liau among
his warts. By the aid of this forking-
stick, heated in the fire, the quills of
the rufC were ironed into the exact
Symmetry which was the glory of the
period. The fashion of wearing ruffs
began about 157G, according to Stowe,
and, under the fostering hands of
scarcn ana iorKing-sticKS, tney were
worn to the length of a quarter of a
yard. The belles were not the only
ones who were adorned with these im-
mens snrcingles, for the dandies of
that day also assumed the ruff in its
largest proportions, as all the portrait
of the ancient cavaliers attest. This
vast structure was styled in England
"the French ruff;" but the French in
retaliation, named it the "English mon
ster," Queen Elizabeth, whose throat
was very wrinkled and yellow with
age, wore the broadest and stiffest ruff
of any one in Europe, excepting the
Queen of Xavarre, and her ruffs were
composed of the finest embroideries,
enriched with gold and silver threads,
and even precious stones were intro
duced into them. She employed, as we
are told, endless y?rds of cut-work and
purple needle-work, lace, and lace of
gold and silver, enriched with pearl3.
and bugles and spangles, in the fabri
cation of her three-ply ruff. But she
would not permit any of her subjects
to adorn themselves in a similar man
ner, and ordered grave citizens to stand
at the gates of London, and lay hands
on toe wearers or all ruffs beyond a
certain width, in order to show her"
prerogative to diess more absurdly
than any of her subjects.
Repository of Fashion, Pleasure,
A'ottres of Vie Press.
The Ilazar Is edited with a contribution of
tact and talent that we seldom find in any jour
nal : and the journal itself is the orcan of the
great world of fashion. IbisUm Traveler.
The liazar commends it-self to every member
of the household to the children bv its droll
and pretty pictures-, to the young ladies by its
i.Lsmori piaies in entuess variety, to tne provi
dent matron by its patterns for the children's
clothe, to iKUcrfctmtltax by its tasteful designs
for embroidered slippers and luxurious dressinc
gowns. But the reading matter of the liazar is
uniformly of great excellence. Thej)aper has
iwjiiiuiru wiuc iHjiiuitti ifcv lur lue uirsiue t:il-
joyiuent it affords. A'. 1. llrening Post.
Unquestionably the best sustained
toork of .the kind in the World?
Fcticcs of the Press.
The ever Increasing circulation of this excel
lent monthly proves its continued adaptation to
Iiopular desires and needs. Indeed, when we
iuiik into now many nomes it penetrates every
iiontb. we must consider it as one of the educa-
ors as well as entertainers of the public mind.
for its vast popularity has been won by no ap
ical to srupia preiumces or uepraveu tostes.-
The character which this Matrazine nossesses
ior variety, enterprise, anistic weaitn and liter
ary culture that has kept pace with, if it has
not led the times, should cause Its conductors
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ily Paper in the
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000, the Weekly is read by at least half a million
persons, and its tnfluenee as an organ of opinion
ts simplr tremendous; Tile H'eehiy maintains
a positive position, and expresses decided views
on political and social problems. LtmLsvillc
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. TJAP.FER & B0iTIEP!. 1
New York. I
Banner Stables.A cordial invitation.
Horses & Carriages to Let.
Stock Boarded fay the Day
Week or Mont Ik
Call and Give us a Trial.
Stable on Vine Stjeet.
rLATTSMOUTII, - - i . NEB.
J. H. BUTTERY'S
On Main street nearly opposite the HERALD
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
DKCUS AND MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS.
VARNISHES, PATENT MEDI
CINES, TOILET ARTI
CLES; &c.i &c.
("Prescriptions carefully compounded at all
hours, day and night. 35-ly.
For your Groceries go to
F. R. Guthmann
Corner Third and Main street, Plattsmouth.
He keens On hand a lanre and well selected
FANCY GROCERIES. COFFEES. TEAS.
SLGAK, SYRUP, BOOTS, SHOES,
&c, &c, &c, &c.
In connection with the Grocery is a
Bakery and Confectionary.
tAll kinds of Country Produce bontrht .md
Take notice of the sign
"EMPIRE DAKERY AND GROCERY."
may tot f.
McGuire & Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
A large and weH selected stock of
Bourbon, Rye & Monon
Constantly on hand. Our connection with the
firm, of RindskoS Bros., Distillers, enables us
to sell at the lowest market, rates.
For the Celebrated
1217 ine IBffss
Messrs. Thirst A Gasre extend their compli
ments to tlifl public, ami invite every one to use
Dr. L. Hurst's Anti-Dyspeptic
and Liver Pills.
For the cure of Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint.
experience hits proved thi to be the
oafe.st, surest, ;itul best Jills ir) nse, for tliea
rious Mlliou lise;ises that prpv.iil so extensive
ly. IIeadiihe. indigestion, loss of appetite,
piddinesM dlmnoNsof sljiht, sleepiness and the
whole train of disorders usually termed biilious.
will be euid by these pills if taken according
to directions l'riee 5 cents.
Dr. Hurst's Vinejrar Congh Cure has been
used in private and bospttul practice for many
?-ears, and is pronouneed by all who hare tried
t the best remedy ever offered to the public for
the cure of
Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, Asthmd;
Whoop tUg Coiigh, Croup;
and ali diseases of tiie mllnldnarvo!:2ariS. beliu?
computed of weU-kiiowd medical herbs, it win
strengthen the sjstcin, purify the blood, and
WANTED! WANTED! WAXTED!
A case of Rheumatism. Pain in the Back or
I.umhuira. Swollen Joints. Flesh Cuts. Surains
and Bruises, Sore Shoulders, Scratches and Fis
tula in Horses that cannot be cured bv Hi nt's
Hurst's Family Medicine for sale by Dr. G.
B. Chapman. I'lattsmouth, Neb. : B. CJ. Hoover,
Louisville, Neb., and by dealers generally.
IS THE CHEAPEST!
F. J. METTEER
Has a lame anJf cood assortment of Farm Ma
lhe Marsh Harvester, a Reaper tnat two men
can cut and bind ten ucres perdav, with one
man to drive, and the binders can "work in the
F. J. ZIETTEER,
Slain Street, Comer 6th.
Plattsmouth, - - - - NelraSha.
A Heavv Stock of Goods on
Ho Rents and Interest on Rorrotced
Capital to he made off Customers.
IN TIIE CITY.
North side of Main between Second and Third
streets, takes pleasure in announcing to
FARMERS AND MECHANICS
That he has a lanre and well selected stock of
Dry (loods. Groceries. Provisions, as were ever
brought to the City of PlatLsiuouth.
t$7 It will cost you "nothing to look at them
whether you buy or not. l!v examining the
prices at the "OLD RELIABLE " you will be
able to tell other parties w here you buy the
Halladay's Patent Wind Mills.
Double and Single acting
Force and Farm Pumps,
Feed Mills, etc.
The Hailaday Mill has stood Wie test for six
teen years, both in the United .States and Eu
rope ami is the only one generally adopted by
Railroads and Farmers.
1. Send for Catalogue and rrice
A. L. STRANG. Lincoln, Neb.
0. F. JOIIXSOX.
ALL PAPER TRIMMED FREE
ALSO DEALER IN
And Latest Publications.
Remember the rtice. fiomr FifHi nnA Welt
I... S A
NEBRASKA HERALD JOB OFFICE;
Press, Xew Type, and New Material
Call and sec ournetf
All descriptions of work done in the p'rinting
We a. r PollJ prepared to do
Every Kind and
Send in your orders for
. LETTER HE ADS, ENVELOPES POSTERS, DOFGEliS, cT-c.
Has on hand, one of
t$T" I Invite everybody in want of anything in my line to call at my storei
South Side Main, Between Fifth and Sixth Streets.
And convince themselves of the fact. I have
stock of Fine Clothing for Men and Boys
I also keep on hand a large and well selected stock of Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes. 8-10
Opposite the Platte Valley House, in Schlater's Jewelry Store.
Main Street, Plattsmouth, Nebraska.
G. A. MILLER k CO'S
rib <t Jirst-class
Wholesiile and Retail Dealer In Strings, Sheet Music and all Kinds of Musical Merchandise
Musical Instruments Tuned and Repaired Satisfaction Guaranteed. 8-Stf.
CHOICE TOWN LOTS FOR SALE
Ixits can now be bought in Duke's Addition to the City of Plattsmouth, aMriees ranging
from $25 to $50 and on terms so easy that persons with
TIIE SMALLEST INCOME MAY MEET THEM.
For those who want town property either to hold for a speculation or to buihl
upon, thi3 is a rare chance to get it. These lots are in a delightful
location, and are dotted over with a
Which ruld materially to their value.
tS Tarlies wishing to purchase or look at these lots, will be shown them, or given any infor
mation desired, bv calling 011 E. T. DUKE or L. I). BENNETT. Executors of the Estate of 8.
DUKE or D. II. WlIEELER & CO., and BARNES & POLLOCK, Real Estate Agents."
For cash the above prices will be discounted ten per cent.
Plattsmouth, Nebraska, October 22d 1872.-
BLOOM 8c CO.,
0mPk S- BLOOM & CO.,
pi fr : '
& r ' ' " " i li
BOYS AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, AND SHOES,
Blankets, Rubber Goods, Trunks, Valises etc.
Main Street, Second Door East of Court Ilousaj
BRANCH HOrSE-Droadway, Council Bluffs, Iowa.
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
Southwest Corner Main Street, Plattsmouth, Nebraska.
AND SO THE PEOPLE THINK WHO BUY
- IB EL ST - ' OSS.
Dress Goods, Prints,
1 1 o m a
' Bleached Cottons,
Clark's new Thread,
In the Grocery line" wo keep the Finest and Bes ?
Tea, Coffee, Sugar, Molasses,
Dried Fruits, Spices, ctc;, etd
In fact for Your Groceries, Hardware,
Oueonsware, "Wooden ."Ware,
Glassware, Yanked Notions,
, irats and Caps, Boots and Shoes
lot of LEGAL PLANES.
Style of Printing.
the largest stocks of
Goods for Sprin
as a specialty in mv Retail Departments.
to which we invite tbo.se who want eo cd 0,,d
0BG A NS.
Growth of Forest Trees.
1 1 's.
the Prices ! !
Jioots and Shoes,
fx TTiNAmE & QOCSr
Arc Suited fo all Nmki
AND FAMOUS FOB BEING
BEST TO USE! '
CHEAPEST TO BUY! I
EASIEST TO SELL II I
- i)iy44 Tamons fordoing mornl
Jf BETTER C00KINQ,
Ihxa aay Swro ot th ooit.
r AMOUS FOB CIVXN3
Satisfaction STeryvfcer 6,
K w m
TOTS OF m&TEOUn
EXCELSIOR JIAN'G COMPANY,
ST. LOUIS, MO.
D KALE It IX
Of all descriptions.
Metallic Lena! Cases.
OF ALL SIZES.
Ready Made andsold Cheap fur Cash.
With many thanks for past patronage I invite
all to call and examine my large stock of Fur
niture and Coffins. jaius
' Ike ad'.rtiars, below refer yvu to th.t
'ubiiifrs c f this paper as rt.jf.idt their
t'-Uci iriial'ility, and veften'-rcritintf to
h ni, i '.test MenlU'.i y w i.av) their Ad ctr
!utf.m''..i in thix f xprr.
'l.iirs i nil liilli.rr
0: th iVfst. 601 I:
u; 1 1
i-.ti b.U, St. I.oair.. JJo., will. n
Cr. rn;( IVt-e t!i"ir ar-i:rst
f Spir-JIfSMirrniriit. 'Ibixtrstnl
C irrIar, nl Price MkI, iili a fnli liii
-!'-t.njri-.. enniiiiiiic jih to order t'loth-li:-
!irc:-t frr.m tlicir Hons, nlilcii v.iit
Ik- ma .'p In lae Utt k'vi?. Mi';;iciI Iijt r-)r-i-n.
' . i Willi t!:t pririii-ffo of ex
viiunlbg an.! n-Uiralnj tt tliur expend,
no 1 K:it;sr..ctiry.
eofff-iiW's.m:rf'iTj'nt ernl fr:-f
1191 3 ui Urur
-rs teiioiiril. Fit euamntcril.
Bfjynr.d YnuTVsM'ifdklnanpt-rislty. Send
U S 0 r.ir Iilu t ruled Myit-Hfiii.i Frier.
rf titKOX'S PATKST rO.KI!I 4-
A TZ s.-r:II. Al.l'll AKKT,
Jvirn-lH, liufrs, irunl.H. Xr , &.
All lzu, Irotu V 11. ill IrtUT
w:ir!s. Wrile lor ut'i Iptive
prj"f list, it remit 0:11 y f if or Hie
lWfn.'-t. III .IJ IT J I3 I. Ill H
inoiilh. I '.'rffftSAtistilltni ju.ir
anttiwl, or lunMfV rftu."ml. Ac!itj Tv-eiie'l. Ait-un-gx
II. . iJariiartl &, Cu., 311 Uiivu slrucl. 1st.
Tho iicxt Hoc In
rirru'nr r.T-! lJri-f I.Kt. K. M'tf 'tt.st. lxci.Ho.
M The Chprrct -i;d Handacmest A (rricuJ lural
unl fuii.y Joui-qhI in this country is Ilia
Eight t3r.(r. Forty Coiuir.'ia. ouiy 60 Ctii. a
ycar.Bia mcT.hi 25 Ct. Oiufc or td fcr I.
Aililrrs Kt V.W k 5.1 IT II KM. I'nlin.hrr.
414N. 1'lrdSliwt fir Lm'n, Mo.
' Patent Imnrorcd Sprinir
Wmnp. for stamp iii? I.liien and
l'jt0 i-IIkt arlii-K'ii. A allver-plitii
xlanip of Tim- ftn'sii nnd perfect eon
kli u ilou. wllh bolllt; ol best ImlWl-
f- l.-.lr Ink 1...l ui.l
lk l'ji'l. ami jfrn
e AIlmhctrt,,22!rSi !
'nt:io'U iiiarrii noi, luii n-i U M
slruetiitns, s-!it pripaHl fur onlvji t 'i'l
$160 The bi-s C tiling lor the tirl.-l-ji vj.
ever invented .AtrrnlS wanted. J I - LIJj,- I." Li
f. liainaidiCo.,3iUlivulrec-t, St. -.Tri
ncIos'l in a reat box.
!.o i?. Ml.
A L-tnl.iul pair 01 trench ( lironioh. n W
l:sn J;.omeh moutitej, anld Trr- B"
.rrc fur ?8. S;t prepaid en re- Ji
rr:pt or?l, vr ikc fcr either. Jlgrats
wanted everj l: ro, who ran Bi&ke
ir.re pro:i'. i..ntrsi a wohiis 10
the Trade. Hup and Clirimoi,ttbliuli:;jCitS.J
street, St. Ljuis, 3!o.
Reliable Gijt Distribution
in the Country I
TWENTIETH (JRAND AXNUAK
To be ilrawn
Thursday, January 1st, 1874
IN VALUABLE GIFTS! j
ONE GRAND CASH TKIZF OF
$20,000 I dKCEOACIiS!
ONE GKAND CASH PRIZE OF
$10,000 I V (.KIXMI ICKM
One Cash Prize .$5,000 in Gretnbcsjis I
One Prize, $3,000, in Greenbacks!
Six Prizes, $1,000 each, in Greenbacks!
Ten Prizes, $500 each, in GrcenbacJis!
2-'0 Gobi and Silver Lever Hunting Watches
(in all) worth from $x to sjoo each.
Coin Silver Vet Chaini, Solid and Double
I'lated SilYerware. Jewell' y. &c.
Xwnhcr of (lift, 2.",noo. A"o. of Tickets loo.ooo.
AGENTS VANTEO to sell tickets, towhoiu
Liberal Premiums wiU le paid.
Sin gle Tickets S3 Six, S 1 0 Twelce, $20
Circulars containing a full list of prizes, a de
scription of tiie rnarmer of drawing, and other
information ia rc-itrence to the Distribution,
will be fc:it to any one ordering tlieiu. All let
ters lim-H bvwidressed to L D. SiXK,
W-l'vu-J V. Cfrvif,-:Y': r-y
GRANDEST SCHEME EVER KNOWN.
Fourth Grand Gift Concert
fok tiie BrstriT or thk
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KY.
looo c 4sia t.iri s $1,500,000
Fvery Fifth Tirktt Dralcs a Gift.
The Fourth ('.rand Gift Concert authorized
by special art of the Legislature for the benefit
ot the Public Llliraiy of Kentucky, wlil tahe
pla e In Public Librai ytllall, at Louisville, Ken
Wednesday; December 3d, 1873.
Only Sixty Thousand Tickets will be soM mil
ouc-half ot these are intended for the Kuro
pean Atarki t, thus leaviuK only 30.(io for thri
I nited States where IikmhiO were dispovoi or
for the 1 liird Concert. The tickets are dif Itted
into ten coupons or p;irts,aiil have on the back
the Scheme with a full explanation of th'j fuodo
At this I'oncert, which will be the grandest
musical display ever witnessed in this ctmntrvt
the unprecedented sum of
divided into 12,fioo cash gifts will lie distributed
by lot among the ticket holders. '1 lie numbers
of the tickets to be drawn from one wheel by
blind children and the gills from another.
LIST OF GIFTS:
ONE GUAM) CASH ( i I FT
(INK GUAM) CASH GIFT
(INK GKAND CASH GIFT
ON K Git A Nil (ASH GIFT
10 CASH GIFTS l(i,it) H each...
M CASH (JIF'IS
60 CASH GIFTS
W) CASH GIFTS
too CASH GIFTS
1W) CASH GIFTS
aw cash gifts
3i CASH GIFTS
11.000 CASH GIFTS
; e;w h..
'.'!) each . .
Km) each. .
TOTAL, 12.000 GIFTS, ALL CASH,
amounting to $1-10.000
The distribution will be positive whether nil
the tickets are sold or not. and the I2,im gifts
all paid in pr portion to the tickets sold ail
unsold tickets being destroyed as at the First
and Second Conceits and not represented in
PRICE OF TICKETS:
Whole tickets, gr.0 ; Halves g'.'.i ; Tenths, or
each coujion, Eleven hole Ticket for
$500 ; IB'; Tickets for ,fKH ; 1 1.1 Whole I lekets
fors,oiNi; 221 Whole Tickets for fio.ooo. No
discount on le: s than .joo worth of Tickets at a
The iinpnrallclled Kueeess of"tlie Third Gift
Concert os weil as the satisfaction given by the
First and Second, makes it onlv necessary to
announce the Fourth to Insure tiie prompt salo
of every ticket,. The Fourth Gift Concert will
be conducted in all Its details like the Third,
and fuil pailieuhns may be learned from circu
lars which wili be sent free from this ofiiee tl
all who apply for them.
Tickets now rcadv for ftale and an orders ac
companied b tiie money promptly filled: Lib
eral terms given to those vsho buy" to seli again.
THOS. E. DRAM LETT,
Agent Public Library, Ivy., and Manager Girt
Concert. Public Library lluilding, Jouisvlllc,
JVo Peraoii cnn Jake f licse Hitters ac
cording to directions, nnd remain long unwell,
provided tin ir bones arc not destroyed iij mine
ral poiou or otlier means, mid vital organs
wasted beyond the. iinl of repair.
I)ylept-la or Iiidlnrt Ion, lleadrielie.
Pain ia the MionMer. t'niitfliH, Tl(?lillien ol lire
Chest, DizziucMS, S;xir Eruetatioiis of tli! JSto
m:irh. Cad i 11.-10 i:i the !onlli, bilious Ailai kx.
rnlpitHlioii of the Heart, liiMaiemation ofllio
Limits, Pain in the regions of the kidney, und
a hundred other painful f.viiiploius, are the oir
springs of I lyHpepHla. hie bottle will prove a
better irnariintce of Its iiieills I lull a li uglhy
F.r KriiinleCoinplaiutx, in roiinir or old,
married or KiiijiW', al ilie lu u ol m'oiiiuiiIioihI,
or the turn of lile, theie Tonh; Kaien 1liHpl.1v m
.1eciieri nil iuflii'.iiio that luiprov cmeiit 11 t-oou
h'or In fla minatory nnd ( liroi'lr.
Itlieniiiniiam and Clout, bilious. Kennitent
tuid Inleriiulleiit levers, Di.Heimes of the I'.IihmI,
Ijver. Khlne.v and liludiler, these ltlner have
tn eipial. Sucli 1 (Lseases aro caused ly Vitiated
Tliey nre n cenlle Piii gnllve its well
ns n. Toitie, M.-ies-iiri!r the merit of noting Rt
a powerful atretic In relieving t'omreslum or In
flammation of lhe Uvcr aud Visx'r.ii Orgmis,
and in Itllions Iiseawes.
l'or kl licH, Krnptlons, Tetter. Knit
niiolim. Iliolehes, Spots, i'iinplrs, l'illille.
Rolls, f'urbiinelcs. Kins-worms. Scald llruM,
Sere l.'.ves. KrvsiM-l;is, Jtch, S'iirfs. Ittwolnrn
tions of the Skin. Humors and I (mease of thn
Skin of whatever name or nature, tire liter
ally !u up Bil l curried out of Hi -tciu
in a short tunc by the use of these Hitters.
OrnCefitl TlioiiHniKla procluliil Vinkhai;
Kittkrs tin; moc wonderful IiiMyoruut Uiut
ever siistainel tii; sinkiiiur Kvstein.
II. If. .leltAi.l A. CO.
Druggists uud Gen. Agis., Sun I'ruiicisco. Cal
eor. of Wie-hiiigln'o :nd ("harllon SIk, N..
SOLD II V AM. ' MlCUCIST.-l i JiKAI.KKS.
Manhood; How Lot', How Restored
.lust published, a new edition ol
Or. Culverweli't Celebrated Etta-oil
the radical cure (without
medicine) of Si-khmatohhiik
or Sei'.siuul Weakness, f)ivoluiil;iry S. inlnal
Iyosst-M, Imi-oikn:v. m'i:t ;il and lisi. ;il inca
pacity, I iiijx'dinieii to Marriage, etc.; also,
CoNs'i MPiniN, Kni.Klfiv, and I-'itm, induced
by self iiKliiir-nce or sexual extravagance.
;-l'lice in a sealed envelope, only i cent ".
The celebrated aut hor. in tliix admirable, es
say. clcHi'ly demonstrates from a thirty year's
successful practice, that the alarming eons
liienceH of self-iibuse, nciy be radically cured
wit!. nut the o'anerons use of internal
medicine or tin? upp'.ication of the knife ;
IMtinting out the mode ot cure at once
simple. certain, and effectual, by nieann
of which every ttnilercr. no matter what
his condition may be. may cure himself cheaply
privately and radically.
rTfii Lecture should be In the hands of ev
very youth and man in the laud.
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, pot-pald
to any'addie-H, on the receipt of six cents, or
two postage stamps.
Also Dr. Culver's "Marriage Guide," price M
Address the Publisher.
( HAS. .1. t . KLINE. & CO.
17 I'.owerv. Sew lork.
Post Oflice Jox. 4...
t: r-l-r:a. Dollar Mmi h'r. It tt
itrihov, anj wtli iriterM tljreii 're
l,., ji- in, i,i. incluiliiiir ' T aiMi nmnK . nu
t)nl." mill wivrs Jiarfiil. ik1 rhiMn-n. li i(t-
r-ct li:e iiiiporlam-e el e ur ntf a uiiloti of
ieurt olid ,urioc- In hfV. In-lor Ihi're h.ll
Ik- a uii.uu ! iiniiiU. Ji l-li K that. hiM: It
1 w.,inn.i n ,rivile! lo purliv and cunifen nnd
d-,rti. It idiuulil U- iiiiiii'. i,k--urr lo provide
lor, rhri-h. and pr-'ieel. I uifiild li.'ivr c I. if
drcn lr a:t-1 a luoliii. iliiiiklntr and Krotn
crcanirc pTr-illv ( rca! d.liui not lulltn n.
Yet at itJvwaniie ihef li irnif. Ilie Ma
iii dm1 e-rt tiiii lnv ducirliiHl rrniuii l"i'H
and dr-m T dwjtiUii'toiii w ln li I i ot ln-eit
and t.ir'!ir do imi pruttl Hip render. in Ilie
n.iiirnrv, II would ra li-r jirpai li a tlionuh It
frp:i-liH.i iiol an luterxiliiix utory.lor inxtai.'-e,
M;liiaiiid-to -rvp Hip puriwe of a Unitf di
coun iy Kiviiiv the rt uilcr k,iiic:1im:; real, m
tiTPOn and j,ri)fiinl,lp lo ihiiia aiioul.
T.ik ituMi a., well ui Ilie U-it li niurr of lhe
Mnt'i7.ice f.i lis iti'-p. TIip W'a ol prliiiif a
rculiv tirst.uiM uvaz:iic at one dollar a yi-ar,
apcm a'viirfl to niwt people. Yet It employ
mini" ol the Ix -t coin rilmiors in Ilie cmiicr;
IticindiiiB Hah. Haoltom, II l-atiiiK !.tor,
who rceeivea a filorv ol three llioiiiunid doi
lnrn. equivalent !o aixut fen dollarn ;er 6y.
Kuril inniilr coniaiiia rearl i(tht l.uixli4
dollar' worth of matter, hlch cul lhe MH
bcrilx r alxmi eiuht rent.
Hope and Joy eo lieantf fully timed era von
porrr.titK worth Four lollrr witl ni.'ed
frtf toevery nlcrih'r (o lhe Magazine at (I W
pe'tnenH tree. Airent" wanted. Addrem i.
8. WOOL ;0., Nentiuvli, V.
Ids aM Joy-Hp asfl Joy
t'oHed "Vlee I'rtaa Wno.il 1
n..r , t.a Itf OLA I.T III. t OOl 1 11 1 1 IO ,1 1 Of llllxllMM. W9
cnii rprie wliich mark the am. StnlxxliM Hnrnn
J..TTutl. Phda , I'a. A lit title n.m, It
in devoted lo lhe fittructhiii and eiilvrtaliifTii-fit
nl the lama vi ire !. alio. in order to plate II whti
In the ini-aiiH of r-der In moderale tlnnm
iuntK ei.lt in fur nidied at a remarkably low rata
lit proportion to the Ijiternt of lit ronienta S.
Y.T.itttc ..It laeiweiitially a home, magazine,
and w junt the thine 1 1, at one would iimmi de'ire
to plar-c in Die handnof hi wife and little onea,
or ihat a uian ot 6iMiifi would hiinaeif lake
up lor lhe eniplovincul of a leisure hour i'w
W ilniimrton, N. O. Were we out ot :r
cliiiireiiiiorial, aa "i.rlvate ciown,"' cut off
rnmi ourexchanice lfat and all that, one of the
ltrit itiatiaziiiea lo whieli we aliould uler.ti
would Lis Wood a Household. Afyer, Mrv
lord, t-t It is an inlellectuaj and moral
educator. Iihjlily prtzrd ly all ho Ucoiikj ar
Oimillled with IL CMrivtim AHvnmtr. ... If
I niiuliir wriiem are. therefore, (rood w-rHer,
unit if hih prtre prove Hie im-rit of llirr-try
narei. then Mr. Wood' innniie ts a t'"l
on-. Thr ImUvnAft, NfW lurk. arU-
rle breathe a pint of economy, morality ainl
t irtite hicb i hlt-'hlr reinhiiit hi this are of
fn-hioiialile lollv ami cxlr-TaL'iiiife.-lioimrf,
i:,li i in. Mo. .. It is undouliedly one of the
lre-4iit. liveltent journal, we have examined.
Kmn), Mprimrfifldi Tenn The artnlea
an; nhorl. piouaut. and or aneh nnnuektienexl
excellence, Ihai Ihia erllk:al cutthi lo tie ilh
tmiiilia. and welisjino In very innny hoLi
ho!'!. Wood' 1 a marvel or '!iMpiie. ,rd
hr'il-eU' ii'M'Mj fconibiiwd 3fr i rrk 2rnt$.
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