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HE HE II ALU.
'" e Slate Temple of KnowIeJjc.
T c University has been the subject
.iich rjmment by the F-?r of the
- Caring th? i:ist season. anl sonv
. . ,tixs Si 13 iwU'mx a:n :?t'.r3 i.ile,
t t;-; "' item .".its of it geaer.illy
- :fo .-iiJition. Saver censure ha
l.;ust'-l upj.i the Architects, for
s t of duty a.iil improper C JMHtruc
r which neither they or others have
- . Iorvel for tlio simple reason
V.ia Imililins never h:n been d t:i
.,1,1 sly unsafe, anil certainly is not
v. !x-c:i!i3e an entirely new fo'inlt
i has replaced tlT3 old one.
pronounce.! good, let U3
c c t:i2 elacatijTiiI facilities of-
I it to the young nien ar, wo"
:i four Statf-, by tho University
i ils scholarly and enthusiastic fac
.y, eomprisin? the followin; Gcn--rne:i:
1'. K. Fairfield, Chancellor; II.
'. Hitchcock, Prof, of Mathematics;
:.). Mcilillen, Prof, of Greek Langu
rn a ul Literature; G,C Church. Prof,
f Jvxtin Language and Literature,
-ho is at present traveling in Europe
or educational purposes. In his ab
,,.(? his Lntin chiss is continued by
:iisiS.nith; llirana Collier. Pnf. of
; hemistry and Physics: G. E. Bailey,
ssi. 'ant Prof, in Chemistry; S. Augh
y, I'rof. of Natural Sciences; G. E.
Vo rlburry, Prof, of History, Rhetoric
:id Knglish Literature while he al
io has charge of tha Rhetorical Exer
.i.ses; "IX. Emerson, Prof, of Modern
, lacr:.; Edgar S. Dudley, Prof, of
'I..', try .'lanea and Tactics; II. Cnl
Vrtson, T ::her of Agriculture. All
Juosv their hearts into their teachings,
;ud give their whole mind to the thor
ough inculcation of the studies into
!ie pupils. Music is also taught in the j
'nlversity by Miss Rogers from Oma
ha. Painting and Drawing by Mr. F.
.-tadter of PJattsmouth. The studies
:re v 1- divided and the recitations so
a;-iai-g'i d that they do not conflict.
The lirst classes are heard at 8 13 a. m.,
early hours for some of the stu
dontf, but as the old saying has it, -The
early bird catches the worm," and these
-re indeed excellent baits for knowl
edge. The bell for Chapel rings at 9 a.
in., when all students attending the
University are expected to be present,
tfter chapel there are separate rooms
assigned for each stu lv, during the dif
ferent periods perfect order is main
tained throughout the building and to
a visitor it would seem almost imposi
V,e for the number of studies to be
'.irried on at the same time with so
Tittle noise and confusion. On account
of the delay of the opening of the Fall
I'orn, rc isioned by the reparing of
the University, the different studies
are being pushed ahead rapidly ; so
much so that several of the classes
have been divided, to oblige the less
advanced students, these however will
he unable to enter the Freshman class
in the studies they now review.
There are two societies organized by
the students which are very instruc
tive and entertaining if a student wsh
s to avail himself of the opportunity
presented to perfect himself in parlia
mentary knowledge. There is also a
ve.y fme Library in connection with i
the University, to which the students I
have free access. The Juniors and
Seniors publish a magazine entitled
-Hesperian .tu leaf V. E. Western Ed.
to which every scholar is invited to de
vote some of his brain effusions. There
i.s also a Museum and Laboratory which
the student has the privilege of con
sulting. It is an institution that is
unsurpassed in the west and one that
Xeb. should be proud of.
Daxilt. II. Wheeler Jr.
Green Iatnres and Ficcadily.
In llarver's Hazar.
Our English friends travel up the
Missouri and see Decatur the Indian
Hesfrvatioii and Indians, real "Indians"
and lots of funny things to English
men. "That was a pleasant evening. Our
friends came to dine with us, and we
settled all our plans for our expedi
tion to the Indian reservations lying
far up the Missouri Valley. And who
wa3 first down in the morning? and
who was most delighted with the clear
coolness of the air and the blue skies?
ml who was most cheerful and philo
sophical when we discovered, at the
station, and when it was to late, that
the carpet-bag we had stuffed with
wine, beer, and brandy for our
stay in these temperate climes bad
been left behind at the hotel?
The small branch line of railway
look us only about forty miles on our
way. We went up the immensely broad
valley of the river, which was at this
- 4ime only a rivulet. The valley was a
plain of rich vegetation long water
color washes of yellow and russet and
olive green. The - further side of it
w:ts boun.Ie 1 by a distant line of bluffs,
bright blue in color. Close by us were
the corresponding bluffs broken with
ravines which were filled with cotton
trees, and which opened out into a
thick uader-wool of sun-flowers ten
feet high and of deep-hued sumr.
- Overhead a pale blue sky and some
white clouds. Then, a.s we are look
ing up into ths light, we can see an im
mense flock of wild-geesb racking up
... the stream, divided into two lines, rep
resenting the letter V placed horizon
tally, but more resembling a handful
f dust flung high in the air.
About mid-d.iy WT; reached the ter
minus of the line, Tekam ih, a collec
tion of wooden shanties and houses,
with a few cotton-trees about. We
had luncheon in a curious little inn
which had originally been a block
house against ths Indians, thifis to
gay, it bad been composed of sawn
treea driven into tho earth, with no
win lows on tlie ground floor. By the
time we had finished luncheon, our
two carriages were ready high spri ng-
ed veliieles with an awning,' and ach
with a moderately good pair of horses.
We set out for oui halting-place, De-f-at
nr. sixteen mile off.
That drive up the? bed of the Missou
ri we shall not aoon forget. There
was no made roai at all, but only a
worn track through the dense vegeta
tion of this swampy plain, while ever
and anon this track was barred across
by ravines of rich deep, black succu
lent mud. It was no unusuil thing
for us to se first one hrs an 1 then
its o.np inio i aim st disivjpvu in o
a hole, we looking down on them; then
there will be a fiercj straggle, a
plunge on oar part, an 1 then V3 we.rj
looking up at tho horsss piwiug the
bank above us. II nv tho spring! held
out we could not understand. B it oc
casion illy, to av i 1 tiusa ruts, we
made long deto irs through the a Ij i
cent prairie-land lying over the bluff 4:
and certainly this v.is nvieh pleasant
er. We went through a wil It-mess of
flowers, and th? scent of the trampled
May-weed filled all the air around us.
How English horses would have be
haved in this wilderness wv a prob
lem. Th3 s infijwers wer higher ilian
our aniniils' heals; thy c ml I not
possibly see where they were giug;
but, all thesime, they slowly plough-!
their way through the forest of crack
ling stems. But before we reii"l
Daeitur we hal to return to tha mu 1
swamp which was here wors; than
ever; for now it app3 are 1 as if there
were a series of rivers running at right
angles to the broa l black track, and
our two vehicles kepi plunging through
tho waier and mud as if we were mo
mentarily to be sucked down into a
morass. The air was thick with insect
life, and vast clouds of reed-bird rose,
as we passed, from the sunflowers.
There was a red fire all over th? west
as we finally drove into thj valley of
It was a strange looking place. The
fiueat objects that met our eyes were
some Indian boys riding away horn
to the reservations on their p uies. and
looking picturesque enough with thir
ragged and scarlet pantaloons, their
open-breasted shirt, their swarthy face
and shining black hair, and their arms
swinging with tin gilloping of the p -nies.
though they stink ihi s 1 1 He lik t
a leech. And these wete strange-1 ik
ing gentlemen, too. whom we met in
the inn of Decatur tall, sw inking fal
lows, with big riling bjts ail loos
jackets, broad-shouldered, spare-buil : ,
unwashed, unshaven, but civil enough,
though they set their bro i l brim nel
hats with a devil-m iv-eire air on the
i side of their head. We had dinner
i withtlio.se fellows in iiie parlor of the
inn. mere were two uisnes irom
which each helped himself with his
fingers of a sort of dried flesh, which
the lieutenant declared to be pelican of
the wilderness, and there were prunes
and tea. We fe ire 1 our f deals were
shy for they did not speak at all before
our women-folk. In a few minu.es
they disposed of their meal, an I wen:
out to a beach ia front of the h use to
Tiien the Lie.itenanl so as not to
shock these temperate people pro lac
ed one of seven-.l bottles of Cat iw'o.i,
which he had procured at some way
side station before we left the railway.
In appearance, when poured out, it
was rather like tea, though not at all
so clear; and, in fact, the taste was so
unlike anything we h i I ever met be
fore that we unanimously pronounced
i i favor of the tea But the Lieuten
ant would try another bottle, and that
being a trifle more palatable we had
much pleasure in drinking a toast.
And the toast we drank was for the
safety of the gallant ship that was soon
to carry Lady Sylvia's husband across
THE "OLD RELIABLE"
Power Corn-She!!ers and
IHF.V allKI.I.('I.K.l I'SrOilTHECOB.
X0 T 'X X!l K -IN'.
H.AS Tf.ih: .' H'F.I.I
l.ooo ttn Iionp It l -H-liopi in-r.
1 .OOO m iirr die nli oii-uor pui.tr.
ltK.1T IT IK VOU IAS."
Wiat TSIH' or Tlicns
111. Ontrnl XI. fi.. I n.. : li trn x.
T have six innrhitM-s. H:v.' jflifl l."K.t',i buh
eli curn iu siitj days. OouU wris t f-al'-'irlory
Ji. i5. MAaoN. C'OiiijdT.
11. Ce-n'rtl It. J5. i:trT.itor.
V"tis U. H.nt'.s' Hlu'iii'r.1 ia fur Wan-l.imte. Alt
uteUtutiiil aud diuuo.a. Htu'.l rw n r:r:m !!.
J. SE. UlC lvlMjlLViL
T'nlon rirralw. linni.t t'ilr, ?.
KswhImMIwI l.ni toiaitiSs p-'r b-.ur w.tli lilrtiarts
i M wiii'iHs. 'ii ir.z ir"-l clm wjrk. llavo lid
tureesiztai. faUip ftuuUicr N ft it otv.
U. I..vrSUAW Srpt.
Elrvnlnr. ClillH"Otli, li!.
ITivp :!!)irJ ari l f-it'.x I-' f''T nmiion blisV.t'.l
cr-ru aiuiiially, vUi j Jiir auelicr ami Kr.triti'i.
I on tli Trixt rifvlor. lTirtlanaplf-.tnl.
Have Nt. 2 xm esrs. Siwil 6 j ' ..slieis per hour.
Sl'flls wueitn haiiiiiwr. Ciir-liniss, I. irsp-.tWK s. oi-yokea,
etc: ' v. jr.," ii," Li '' " '
JNO. U liANNA & Ca
?I-on f5t-r '5:i'vatr. UN.
IIstp shHI.-d tl.f.OO bul i,rr l.oiir v.-ith No. 1. Tln-
tlre: satu.rax.'.T. JNii. Sl'LViAJti' U CO.
RICHARDS IRON VGRKS CO.,
PcrtsWa 0rr Kills, Cic, &c.
3TipeLiai by mail.
- ; . -.- i, i r 1 v
rT ALL THE LATEST AND
81ST f-ATENTS. A0 HAS NEW FO'rllS
OF EXCELLENCE OFFEREO BY NO OTHER
raiL. ir changes from single to
COulU ERhK INSTANTLY AND WHILE
IN ft'OnON. IT HAS A FORCE FEEt
GRASS SEED SOWER. A NEW FEATl'RE
WE ARE PREPARED TO SHIP DIRECT TO
PARTIES IS LOCALITIES WHEHE WE
HAVE NO AGENTS.
. Parties orcle.iaj. ml! isvln -whmt ppr
Uiey read this auTertisemeut.
SEITI-C, BUtGE & CO.,
OHICCl.TCTST. raPr.V1T-S AKI EARS
l.Tt loati TVttlo HtMrfi. ( I tiU, M
next to tlie N'Al
FAuLl A MB WINTER QQQBS IE
AT LOWER FIGURES THAN EVER
DIIESS GOODS, REPELLANTS, WATERPROOF.
CLOAKINGS, FLANNELS. SHAWLS, CLOAKS.
Ileadquar ers for Notions aud Trimmings and piles of other goodi to
nuun-ious to mention.
AND CLOTHING AND
Carpets and OH Clotlis at lloilroek Inures.
and Fancy Groceries of
FULL LINE OF CALIFORNIA CANNED AND DRIED FRUITS
We aim to keep one of tlio lx-st sir.d most co-vpU-lc !::;:? vi r iuv.r.clU
here an. I .ifft-reil to this community for sale. Our Ihi-om ss is iiicr.-i'sinu; 1 id
ly, ami we buy new goods, piod goods, ami cheap goi.ds, d:-ii'.v (live us a
cull and examine our stuck. ll.oil sh.nvii wit !i plc.-istire wheth-r you j-itr-cliase
or nt. O'-.r full ivinter stot-k of ch.t!ii.i' ::;:is: lo sei-u to i e itwpncia-
ted. Cull in ani ?.". lis.
-a iD jf
Fai and V inter
'.Ve huve received i T 11"' 'u " ; )T'S
Goods, Miliincry. Clothiii.'. Ile.ts vt
& which we will sell at prices tint
uive our customers an i.le.i oi lii.3
VERY LOW. PRICES
which we will adhere to.
Prill's (standard) 10 vards for C-1.00 Other Urimls. 2 ) yards for .?!.
Canton Flannel. 12 Indian llad Muslia. U y'ds ' !?t.".
Cotton Hat ing, 8 lbs for SI. 00 Wa er Tio ils. from TDu jter vM ii
Ccttonades, f rt m l-'c per yard up Blankets, (full line) SI per pair up
Comforters, fi ni 5XV a piece up Ladies shawls, from T.V- up
Felt skirls, from 60e up All wool arn. bes in mark"' ' ? t:
Standard Carpet Varj.Sl.C'". 5 Ih bundle Ladies Kid Gloves. 7.V per j.air no
Ladies Gauntlets. 7 fie per pair up Ladies Merino Hose. j-.ui f. i
Children's Merino Ilo.e. t pair for 2."e Ladies Merino Underwear. (', ).- ni.
Gents' Merino Underwear from :5oc up.
Overcoa's from S3. 2.1 up
BOOT.- AND SHOES.
Mens' Hoots from 02.25 up Ladies Shoes from SI. 00 up
Trunks from 01.50 to 02.CO.
Pull lino of Trimmings. iYinios
Fringes, Silk, and nil kinds of Vel
vet inos. Slnsh.
EARGE and 3 PL END IB STCCK
of Zephyrs, Woostsd and Bsrlin Yam, .
1'EHFORATED PAPEK IN GOLD SILVER AND ALL COLORS.
Fine stock of
LADIES READY MADE CLOAKS
from 03.00 up.
CASSAMERES, DUP.AGE. EMPRESS CLOTH,
BLACK ALPACAS, SCOTCH PLAID, WRAPPER GOODS
LADIES TILTERS. CORSETS ami
OUR MILLINERY DEPARTMENT.
as presided over bv Mrs. Dull, the experienced Lady Trimmer who was wi:h
us last season, is full and complete. Mri. Dull is competent to do any work in
this department salisfactorily. " We hsve the finest stuck of m.lliuerv gouds
west of Chicago, a:al do not propose to be undersold.
Don't i'orii't 7 he J(icc.
rillLADELPIUA STORE. Main St., Plsttsmonth.
out Sale of
of 1377 ail
i'.-i.a u ;
defy co;n;-ti; io.
Fail Suits from S-".O0 n;
III "- ; 1
For NINETY DAYS
-i Vnu nnuirrd a fii i,n- ..:..
Igf 4 Elegant Tablo Siiverwaro $0
t'4 6liUl.tlo fomnaaf. "CI i St-,.,. (;,:..:,.!r.1.M. lauwrr. Of ra-r Com .: -- !
-'1 l!W i-a'd-Vd SU-cr-PUifl Wair. cn. to nut . : n.-li. n :.-t or . 1
:t'.'".:'lDoi:K Ev.ri f!il Sitrcr '(-". r.ud e:-r:r.isu o:l -acJl fpoc..
V-.:i S'Xl 1 Vnn rj nniiirrJlo CM i"IU:. ': itj f .-.rr-.a, v.t.;.H ill., , ? f
io- noon CMllo. with v.mr :!! tui-K-a. u M - trlth ii .c c-nu A
ioiiv U rtnrfi.-..'inels-lt ft cfti t:H!5- r. srrt ,
chi-tn T.-. Sunn will bs . f r i- l-ar- fo r?r? i.t-l.
ni delirrr-,1 in r.,r br,Ct withe.;!. Iiti' i-r . r-' rc fon-ai.r t K l.
pf tbe bjt cufrisi. S-Sw burnt-Hi. w ;. - ts to..jaij
letter f'rtai tlie tia.n.ny ii'. te-i..'y :
Off - OS Noit. SMl tK PiiTlwo Co.. iri Cb?.tr-l ?.. r n'cTT'v T.
Co v;hcm it rrey Cor3?orr. 'i ..j r,.'-ni -nt jt tnier bi an-ai..- : rt
w c i-v.t. ere of bv.. q first be:'. t. 1& wi'ii rH" til.v.? i:'- h r-t- ft
wu'ie n.' til known. aud ' --i ?:r j-Utc or l-ura Can hun-ln.l aM. f ca
t'--i of tr r1!. .'in rt.-!"-i: vrry r?e3t S.l' ar i !at 'J v.-,rv mana'.-c-It.'red.
Wcmil lit"r n3 fc;-' r ' ic!i ivi ft t.D!ji:i tii fi!r. irj Couj.1., ftU'i 1
tiU not hji.or lUtl Cotli.au r.!-lr Ijt f-ini itt-f.tf or tt-i rf .
liinsall A'i.lOXAi. BILVEU I LATi:: CO.. ,
--tn. f Ihi, : ounnn. tnflrLhcr wth
' ln txuri..l -r mt- irr. r,.;n,f. Insini:.
k 1am Cl bi .UT i'
b 1 1 Y t. i 1
k IliC ! it'iitJ Kill UJ, -iSl iLBf,ww-si rw
J l.: l iwT tin-r dETS 5rff.l.',f' tlrti
lie-i wl ifie Sju u!) pas a;cut of (,?! followiut ci:!'-: N tli-i e4
tuie. tjlurltf id hantiie ure non.i pitce,
piAtml. 2: ix forki, 4cubfe s.ctel ami
r.-od are deaired. encwe the total eharccs.
J for kuive. cud eta. for forks totot.
wfant ffwM co"t rn m"t Trre in t
enoti article, fiw "-aires. w;2i
49V wvwm v-wp
Ti! libeml ffr h''1 (twl for only nmetr ffrn from dt, therera
tt 1 u Oi iDier-sl of u'. who can f ure btnf.lw j t, i : tint, tn-jr
ci n..t r.--brrw-.i t rn f tue rf trLion of Th tim..' rtjeci2ei. A.l itt
iua 4,cu.lx tiiv-rwrpnouU be bJuroaacJ U:.ccl i ti.a
KATIONAL II.VExl I'l-ATIG CO.,
2Jo. 701 Chestnut Street.
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i '! .! to c: ti.-s .s i. ii i in l...p i din idCfiis. i i !!! l.eaiuy of f.Miu, im ;uviii$; ttir-ir
f.u ! ..ai:; ij'iai ! i iv, :i it I : ', iinjintviiiu; l..e ei...'.i ! I .ii li.s :!. wliicli ;iu n.. 0-eiii'il Uy
any 'tl',-,r i.p; 'i. I'i.t ir i-ia.ir V. the -Kit: is :.e".-s--: fy si si mi; It. ;i ,ni v rv thin unit whito--
hei.ve I !n'V Itavu ic m-ui I o,- ska disease v. I:icn wh'oc are sttre lt ;:'! in ;i i!aek s'it -i ma-
t ry . .iti i la y :i 1 1-.. ' Jf .' i rif i r in i-mi:!ii' ii ilii iaiiT svii:e. 'i Hey :iie tlie largest if
Ih- Siitait In -! s, i.::ikai Imhii iluve to loaf Luiuli'cu lbs in ot:e e;ir son:ttiiin.-s 'eaeii (.IK r
7i ("iiiMtN alul e; ii he taiTei) at i'l V a.ue.
We ii:ive now a vi t y elioice loi'oj fiein i-ix difTerent fiv.jM.rtattei!!. and are jreparel to
mate eis tr-ip.-, iy ioi iuveiiii:, waiiant every jii juue Kssr.v or no sale.
J. W. VANDOREN,
T It E . l:i;pon. Foil Pa Lao ("., 'Wisconsin.
has come home.
And lit has brought the finest line of
Dress Goods, Staple Goods. Fancy
Goods and IVotionsvou ever saw.
glreM till yoiss ean54 Eet
Basifis? anscl eap fill
.ysa esbibsi toeja
Spring and Summer Goods oyer and ever so cheap.
Now isyovr cftnnro bound to sell and underfill an'hody. Harry
. tip. I tnnftt t' go East nJi i o n.rt ii"nth.
FROM DATE f
m,; F.r.Twaio (...'j.-iu '.J j-.H it i
75 cni tf cor."- oH cTirr. In.-.!ii.1
wff tpr-h, a.ea a ax a
hvuiiK. 4, uii.u...cu iruc H
..'r S t.t- rv:rw-i j Bull
Che-jtnu? St., Fhil.idipliil-
D.s. :cm, conn;? nici iw puvrr
:!vrr ct. If ail ires r 'sl.,'
htca tmoeii eu. tor spoon. AVi-; il ?.r s-.j
S-J.70 ttiujl swinn for f..T 1
ot"' wv. Itfraeatbcr tba l'J'''tti'
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J. V. WECKBACH, Prop.
3- rat S3 dl
Wt :ue in almost daily receipt of
DRY AND FANCY GOODS,
w liic'i wo offer our fritmla and tbe public at
Caslmieres, Alpacas, Delaines, &c.
Calicos, from 12 to 16 Yards for $1.00. -Muslins,
from 6 cts. a yard upward.
The fliiest stock ot White Bedspreads ever brought to the City.
Buell's Cassimeres, Tweeds, Jeans, and Cottonades in
O: A LI. KINDS.
Country Produce taken in exchange for Goods.
Thankful forp:i:a favois in the j :.! i'm-.c hy, I rr-sveetfiuly ask a eontiiaiaiiec of the same.
Gt'ARANTEKJM; c VTIsKATTloN 1 N ALl. fASErt, nad hopajj; iny fftirts to please j,j:ly lip erowo-o.-t
Mii fiiwt-es, I reiaaiu :.s eer. J. V. V." ' 'ii BACH.
RE 2IE HIRER THE PLACE, ONE DOOR WEST OF P. (..
PL A TTrlO u Til, NED P. A SKA .
In order to introduce our 40-page illustrated Catalogue (in book form) of Jewelry and
Watches, -with full information lJow to ISecome Agents, and Make Money,
we will send, on receipt of One Dollar, by return mail, this Illustrated Catalogue, U
OUR OrJE DOLLAR GOLDEN CASKET.
UK DOI.rA.ri CASKET Contains one e!r?antly enpravrd Ta.Sy' Brooch and Ilii"
Irops. Amethyst settings, inlaid with Pearls; one in autilul Cut Cameo Itin(j; one fine pair
Kngravrd Sleeve Ituttons; three (3 grand spiral Amethyst btuds, inlaid with Pearls; c e
nobby Collar lintton; one latest pattern lady's or Gent's I'ompadour Neck Chain; one - -pant
Cameo Seal ; one beautiful chased lianel King:; one solitaire Lake Geortrc Diamond I :
one pair (2) elefant ensxaved Bracelets. All the above sre the Finest Gold Plate, and arrar r !
io a beautiful white, pink-lin-d casket. Illustrated Catalogue of Jewelry and Watches sent with 1
casket. On receipt of One Iollar we will send one of these Dollar Cawkets, by mail, post 1 1. .
wr Four Caskets oa receipt ot S3.50. Address,
C0. G. JACOB Y & CO., Importer, of Jewelry and Watches,
117 Wisconsin Street, Milwaukee, W(
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"The Family Favorite"
New Model Machine.
No Gears, No Cams, No Sprinct.
SETT 15D EL'Ji5T ETIL3 C? WOODWOLL
Ey th expiration of Tatents nndpr which we hare
beeD paying royaluea, e are eaaUed to sell our Ma
Crsatly Heducsd Pricss,
ad as low a thuse of anj rstlaas machine.
SEND FOR CIRCULARS AND PRICE LISTS.
SEWE7& lIACmiTE CO,
203 Wabash Av., Chicaja, IU.
FOR PALE BY
to suit the times.
MAKE HOWE HAPPY. H
A Flrntiful Supply of
Good Kradin; aud Beantifal Pictnrf
WILL DO IT.
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h:.(i are now ftrcttivr th in citr.
ork. To nv i;"ii'n a j to l- t ii
cluht wa will immiI a tn.j ji' f. t 1
! a. Specimen rt nf lntin r free.
net Tor one Mfor uJr.HH
Ins for mnv Mllirr.
b-j pp-tur, Th IKr tlie Poor
MH?ttrfil for tin pnrpe.
&9"laptr without picture Oie IUr.
70 Walnut St., Cincinnati, O,
MAKE HOME PLEASANT. U
THE PARKER GUM.
SEN0 STAMP FOR CIRCULAR
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