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J. A. MACilUlirilV Editor
1'LATTSiIOUTII. SEPT. 5, 1878.
Call far a Republican
Tlie KepuViierw Electors of the tftate of No
fornska are hereby called to send delegates
from the several counti, to meet in State Con
vention at Lincoln on tlio 1st day of October,
173, a,t 2 o'clock, l. in. for the purpose of plac
ing in nomination candidates for tile follow
iiij.' niiiiieil oiMcen. viz ;
One Jnd;,-- of the f :-ipreme Court.
One Member of t'onni'-ss.
Out- Member of Coutcse, contigent.
Heeretary of Slate.
Hnperlnteiidei.t of IubliC Instruction.
And i lrati:iet such other Iniciness as may
pvoperly coin'- beTwe tile Convention.
The fevor.il eounlie are entitled to represen
tation ir. the Stale Convention as folluu.s, bas
fi upon the highest vot; received, either oy
SiI.i.i' iar'.ier for ('ivernor in 1ST. or C. A.
tiftlnifrt f r Uepent ill 177, (except Seward,
whose re; rceiitatioii l.-t based ni"i:i the vote
of Oeorue II. Lake for .Iud;re of the Supreme
Com I ir.r l -77.) ivin ; one delegate to each l."0
votes and one Tor the fraction of 73 votes, a.M
ono delegate at lw for each organized, coun
ty. C(ntntii Vnh- ycte. Counties I l- yat:s.
Ad:i:ns . . .l.O.S S ; Jollelwou. . . 617 5
Ante! -"e '.Ml i ;.lthii-on . . . i.T.1 7
Home .' 3 i Kearney ... 'J a
J'.utlalo ' Keith 1
Kutler Mi 5 IKdox .1
i;,irt 4 - t; I Lancaster . . 1,U. Jl
Cas.V l,37j ID I Lincoln : 4
t eilar I4t (Madison... 7J :
Cheyenne... f.7 5 Merrick.... .0 S
C'liiv 1.'.7 K- , Nemaha ... l.i'Ml 8
Ci.lfiV 471 4 Nu.kolls... a2- 3
Cimining.... 4- :Moe l,l JO
Cosier -- 1 ::!.. nee...
iv.knta JH : Plie!n .. - 1
iia.vHi... . in u -
Dixon 3 IM.il te M.J
liud-'i' '-' 8 ;''lk 5-H i
IV. . das ...2.--' 17 Ued Willow Ki 2
Fillmore 1,017 ;l:icliaidsonl -' 10
'raa!,na. .. 3 ,Sahw l.l-'a
I rn' o-j: -i
:: c svva:-i l.vo
1 Stvr.Mrvi. . '-
' -Stanton W3 i
iarmlt-Mi . . .
tj -Tnaver 4:'.4 4
5 j Valley l-l -
1 ) War-ninton S77
1 j Wayne
3 I Wcl'Sler .. . R'3 r
1 Yorii 113 7
It Is re' coaiuiemied. First, ilir.t no proxies be
adrnii ltd t-j tin; Convi-ution except such as
held by persons re-idin in the counties from
which tliejirt.Mes are (iiveu.
eeoiKl, That mi delegate shall represent an
abs-iit member of his delegation, unless lie be
clothed with authority from the County Con
vention, or is in possession of proxies from renu
larlv elected delegate thereof.
Lycrdei of tiie Kepublican State Central
JAMES W. DAWKS, Chairman.
II. M. Wells, secretary.
Lincoln, July Clth.l73.
Call fur a Republican County Com en
tion. The Ik-publican Electors of this
county aie called to meet in conven
tion at Weeping Water on
n.VTLKDA.Y SEP. HTII 1878.
at 1 o'clock, r. f ., f jr tde purpose of
electing 10 delegates to the state cm-ventio-.i
Oct. 1st 1313; dclegatrs to the
Float, or liftieth Bepresentative district
and also to the judicial district conven
tion for ihe nomination of District
1L is taitLier called to place in nom
ination one .tatu Senator and three
ltepi-esentaUve-", also one County Com
missioner for the 2d or middle dis
trict ar.J to transact such business as
may Jeii imately come before it.
1: is rect.iu; lemled that the pri
maries for this occ-mMoii be be!d ..-n
Saturdav, Sep. 7th, 17S, and e:ic!i ward
and precinct is entitled to deb-gatcj to
the Cuiivention as follows:
TLAT iSMOCTK CITY,
Eight Mile Grove
"El in wood
. . . .0
. ... 5
. . . .3
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. . . .G
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. . . . 5
It is further recommended, that the
primaries meet in the several wards
an ', precincts at the times and places
In PlattsmoutU City at i o clock p.
lat Ward Court House.
2.V Ward German School House.
31 Ward Dr. Livingston's office.
4th Vaid--T. II. Wheeler's Office.
I'lattsmouth precinct, at Taylor's
School House, at 2 p. m.
Bock Bluffs, at Berger's School
House, at 5 p. m.
Liberty, at Folden's School House,
4t -i 111
Eight Mile Grove, at Shafer's School
Hoiibe, at 4 p. in.
Mt. Pleasant, at Gil mores School
House, at 1 p. m.
Avoca, at llepner's School House, at
i p. m."
Louisville, at Ossencopp's, Hall at
Ctrtrc, at Grand Prairie School
House, at 2 p. in
Weei i-Jg Water, at School House, at
3 p. m.
P mth B til. at usual place, at p. m.
: El in w oe1., at Mainland School Mouse,
.t, (5 :30 p. n .
Stoi-o Creek, at Maxy s School
IIous", at 7 p. in.
Tipton, at Win. Wright s house r.t G
Greenwood, at Barney School House,
at 7 p, in. . . ,
Salt Creek, at Abbot s .school House,
j-.t 5 p. m.
Also, recommended thai at eac:i pn
i.i uy meeting some definiie action be
U'..en about proxies, or supplying the
V1' -v- of absent delegates at a eonven-
-i-'-i. ' .
.T. A . JlAcMt'upnr, Chairman.
,7 i'. Hall, Secretary.
S;:, : names of delegate to Herald
Cas County is improving and grow
ing the time.
- ;v, of them, can't bo nominated,
Mac." That's so.-Sidney Telegraph.
PllasS send us the names of the
kgttf elected from all parts of the
rE:--OXT bT3 contributed three
hundred and seventy-rive dollfus to the
yIo i'ever sufferers.
i.ou 3lalve addressed the peo-
;e exposition of the Agricultu
ral ar.ai.cchanicaj Association at Min-
uad wa3 listened to "with
. c-tiiasiaeia- goes to Iorra.
The Sidney Telegraph favors Slaugh
ter forJSecretary of Stato and .Chase
for CoTern or.
No yes, of Louisville, is a candidate
for State Senator. , Hurrah for Xoyes
Our Noisy man .may be the dark
horse, who knows?
Bishop McCoskket of Michegan has
been deposed from the office of Bishop
by the House of Bishops which met
in Xew York.
The Campineeting has moved up to
the Mt. Pleasant school-house near
Uncle Stephen Hobson's, and will hold
until after next Sunday.
Althoucii the Omaha papers do
not agree a3 to the number of delegates
for each man, the "Welch men seem to
have won in the main.
Dies. Davis and I.eslio of Lincoln
have volunteered to go south and give
their services to the yellow fever suf
ferers if the people of Lincoln will
raise money to pay their traveling ex
penses, which has been done.
The second Judicial District Con
vention will meet at Xeb. City on
Monday Sept. 'Sid for- the purpose of
nominating a district Attorney for
this District. Delegates same as to
State Convention. 1 24t2
Ak excursion steamer returning
from Gravesend to London on the 2d
inst. was run down by a screw steamer
and sunk in less than live minutes.
There were about eight hundred on
board, and between four and five hund
red of them were drowned.
"By their fruits shall ye know them,"
says an ancient authority, and as the
primaries are conducted here, we shall
judge'if certain parties mean fair and
square. If an attempt is made to shut
oil the Herald and its friends, as lias
been done sometimes, there'll be music
in the air.
"We should be very much obliged to
ot'.r friends if they will send the nanus
of the delegates elected Saturday even
ing to the Herald at onco for next
wefk. Set right down and write
them on a postal card and mail Mon
day. Don't you forget.
M. M. SiriPMAN of this county is
agent for the Adams' "Wind Mill En
gine and will exhibit the same at the
County Fair. Mr. Shipman ir, well
known in the county, and we wish him
President Hayes and party arriv
ed in Chicago Tuesday on their way to
Minnesota, and were received by !t sa
lute from the battery at the exposition,
a fireman's parade headed by the mili
tary, and a reception in the evening, at
which only a very small number f
these desiring admission could gain it.
.A tclegiitin last night from Omaha,
stating that the Grand Central Hotel
wi;s on lire and burning. Xo paititu
Later: It is stated that the ay hole
block is burned, including, be::idts the
Grand Central, the Herald office, Good
rich's fancy store, Clark's livery stal l
and several other buildings.
We don't want to keep an eternal
howl ami dun up here, but wo ought
m all justice to got some more money
in en our subscription. We need it
and we have carried a big list over,
waiting as usual for the harvest. Har
vest is over, many are selling their
grain, our bills are small, as a rule, do
try and give us a portion of our dues
at any rate.
Mr. John C. Watsox of Xebraska
City will probably bo the candidate
for District Attorney in this District
it seems, lion. Geo. Smith having de
clined a re-nomination. Mr. Watson
is spoken of as a very promising young
I Attorney ia Otoe county, and on a per
sonal acquaintance formed during our
visit to Xeb. City the other da3" we
feel that avo can cheerfully recommend
him to the voters of this county.
The Omaha tight was a curious one.
Their neAvspapers do not agree as to
how many delegates each candidate
lias. The Journal of Commerce prob
ably sums it up as nearly correct as
any of them. From its version Ave take
j it that all are friendly to Col. Chase
! for Governor, ar.d a majority are anti
i Crounse and We'eh men, conceding
! that to be the tight.
Tin; Central City Courier again ad
vises tho Editorial Association of
Xebraska to take action on the half
paid foreign Advertising system,
which i3 all good enough but it the
gentleman had attended tho last sess
ion ha would liavo known that thi3
subject was exhaustively discussed
and committees appointed to help
break it down, who met with so littlo
encouragement from their brethren
that they about gave it up in despair.
We k.r. e long been advocating the
matter and trying to get something
Jauls F. Wilson hit the nail
square and drove it home when he
said in lis opening Iowa speech that
the selfstvlei "greenbackers" of Iowa
"are openly and defiantly opposed to
real greenbacks." That is the attitude
of the Xebraska Nationals, as The Re
publican made clear in its reports of
their convention proceedings. They
want to substitute for the r-ral green
back, worth its face in gold or silver, a
sham greenback, Avorth "just the pa
per ft i3 written on." It 13 the gross
est financial fraud proposed in any al
leged civilized country since the days
of Freucu Assignats and American
Sblnplastcrs.O. Republican, """ .
Quite a number of people we know,
ure!out of politics this fall;" don't
knovv as they want to do anything; it
ain't their year, &c. The Herald
wants to live in Cass county just long
enough to have some of these fellows
come up for an office. Many have been
chronic cand'dates, and then expected
the paper and every one else to fly to
their relief. Others are habi&ally in
different. In either case, Ave want to
be here when "their year" comes.
We want a good reliable State dele
gation, of the right kind of men, not
mere tools, not mere handles for
some one else to pull, but men that
represent the people, that know them
selves who they want for candidates
and what they are sent there to do.
We need a harmonious delegation
both for its own sake and tho inllu-
ence it may have on the Stale Conven
tion and for the good of the County
ticket to be afterwards elected. This
is all important, no one denies that;
and the way to get harmony, real har
mony, not mere talk is to do justice to
all parties and all sections, bury old
fights, talk out your Avants like men
put up your candidates like men, let
them be A'oted for open and above
board ami may the best man win. This
will give us a ticket we can elect, but
if harmony means to coax or buy
somebody here and there to keep quiet,
and each element insists on having its
own man or nothing, wo may as well
quit right here. Justice and truth
must prevail this fall.
Lveiy Kc publican should lemember
the importance of an attendance at the
primaries next Saturday, it is ac
knowledged by all parties that a good
ticket must be put up, and a fair and
square one. To do this, every voter
should turn out and vote his senti
ments. Xo ring, no clique, no packed
business can bo fixed, if the voters
themselves will only turn out as they
should. If John Smith wants to run,
and Mr. Jones .wants to run. and John
Smith is the best 'man but his friends
don't care enough about his ease to
eoine and vote for him. while Jones'
friends are all out at the piiuaries,and
put him in a whooping, John Smith's
ft iends ought not to gel ma J,. but they
i. .variably do, and howl fraud and ofl
ten turn round and beat Jones at the
polls. This is what we may have this
fall aud therefore it is doubly necessa
ry that we have a full turn out of bona
lide voteis all over; and don't let any
man bull-dose jou, or wheedle you out
of your veto. Vote lor the man you
want to go to the convention, yourself
Tin: report, from tho fever stricken
sruth grow mure heartrending every
d.iy. Memphis and Xew Orleans aro
perhaps the most heavily visited but
within tli 3 last day or two reports tv
gin to come from the smaller outlay
ing towns of its ravages. An appeal
has been made by the colon d people
of Xew Orleans and Memphis to their
brethren of the Xoi tli. Side by side
with the reports of the suffering how
ever come those of the brave etforts to
relieve it which throw a gleam of
cheering light amid the darkness.
Everything that can be sent from the
Xorth to ameliorate their sufTeiings is
pouting in from every side, iind great
est of all, physicians and nurses, are
taking their lives in their hands and
going to the aid of the suffering. Per
haps the taddest accounts that reach
us are of the deaths of those who have
gone there and fallen victims to their
love for their fellow men.
One sad case reaches us, the death
of Prof. Decker and wife late of Oma
ha, at Memphis, and it is supposed of
all his children, the last two living
having started with a priest for Oma
ha, a fund having been raised there to
send them home. One of them died
in quarantine at St. Louis the priest
was sick at last accounts, and as
neither the priest or the child have
been heard from since, it is supposed
thev are both dead.
A friend of the Herald kindly al
lows us to copy from a letter received
from a brother in Xew Orleans, a few
items in regard to the yellow fever.
News direct from those on the spot is
" Situated as I am, at the headquai
ters of the yellow fever epidemic, I
thought you possibly would welcome
a line or two from my pen, evidencing
good health thus far. Since my recov
ery from a malarial attack, a few weeks
ago, I have been getting along hand
somly, but the surroundings are fear
ful ; fever raging and yet no cessation ;
want and extreme poverty existing
with many, many families ; everybody
exerting themselves for the a.Hieted,
who are ab'o to do so. Xothing in the
way of business doing; nothing by rail
road or rivers, in consequence of inte
Last Sunday I jumped on board the
cars for a little run out to the lakes
for relief and recreation, and between
the city and cemeteries, a distance of
about four miles, t bora was nothing
but a continuous stream of funeral
carriages, hearses and dead body wag
ons. The like I have never witnessed
before, although in 1SG7 the number of
cases as well as death rate were great
er than this year, yet I did not witness
it, being a victim niyself. That year
tho highest mortality in any ono day
Avas 84, this year oS. In '.3, the year
of the unparallelledse ourge, the deaths
in Cup city limits August 21, was 31S;
this did not include Jeffersonvil'e and
CArrolton now within the city corpora
tion, but not then, both of which reg
istered on that day 92 more, making a
total of 410, with 512 new case-; retKrt
ed. I hope and pray that wo hava seen
the worst, yet have inolhing on whk-h
to base such hopes, as it is generally
corceded that the germ of the disease
does not disappear' until fro3t, though
for want of material it may subside.
It is cheerful to see "with what alacrity
the people of the north and Avest have
responded to our appeals. Their gen
erous contributions will be eA'er cher
ished in the hearts of our suffering and
pestilence stricken people, and should
occasion offer, (which God prevent) we
will hurry with equal speed and gener
ous offerings to their relief. - ,
" The fever of 1878 will long' be re
membered as one of immense differ
ence of opinion amongst tho medical
fraternity. Some of the older physi
cians maintain that it is not genuine
yellow fever, and treat it as malarial;
while others of equal experience pro
claim it Yellow Jack of a very malig
nant type. Be it Avhat it may, few
seem to survive a violent attack. I
think now that our medical lights have
pretty fully agreed upon the fact that
the mortality among children is large
ly attributable to the use of carbolic
acid as a disinfectant, and its applica
tion is being discontinued and lime and
copperas substituted. The noxious
gas arising from the cuibolic acid is
calculated to affect the stomach of
grown persons and Avhen inhaled by a
child it produces sickness, and conse
quently a fever follows, developing in
to yellow fever, or so malignant of
itself that death follows."
The Camp Meeting.
L'nder the auspices of the association
known as Holiness to the Lord, anoth
er Camp-meeting lias been held in this
county, on the farm of Mr. Schilkte
meir, in the Mt. Pleasant neighborhood.
On Sunday last, the grounds .were full,
it being estimated 1000 people were
there. Their exercises are under the
charge aud direction of Mr. Tibbitts.
Elder White of Omaha preached
the principal sermon on Sunday and
it . was pronounced a powerful and
eloquent appeal by ail who heard it.
The subject was on the Kingdom to
come treating somewhat of the nature
of the world to come about Avhich
there has been a renewed interest the
world over the past year.
The singing sounded very pleasant
in the old woods, aud all the surround
ings were such as to cany the mind
back to earlier days and other lands.
There are few places in Xebraska that
could be selected more ftMprdpri jly
than this spot'V-1 in flirt woods with
a clear brook not far off, it just strikes
the imagination as a camping ground.
The crowd was very orderly and ap
parently very much interested in the
religious services of tho day. Xext
week we hope to give the results of
the work of tL..-e earnest workers for
a better lite.
Last week Thursday being the day
on which the Judicial Distiict Com
mittee met at Xebraska City, the Her
ald man thought he would go down
and see the hoys :uid swap yarns on the
crops, horses, politics and ".-ich."
Hon. Geo. Smith having ini(edus
to a seat in his buggy we proceeded at
once as fast as Geovg.v's fat little po
nies could haul us.
Cass county looks beautiful enough
about this time of year, tho great big
cars of corn are just beginning to bend
so that a small man can reach them
when husking time comes.
We cress the famous Wct-ping Water
at Smith's bridge; pass our greenback
friend Foster's place, and behold Ave
are in Otoe county. The road along
the bluff is A-ery fine for miles this Mdo
of the city, a good view of the Missou
ri river being o:t one side, and the
magnificent rolling prairie on the oth
er. Arrived at the City, we found the
delegates to the covention there, con
aisting of Judge Stull of Nemaha,
Judgu Mason representing Lancaster,
J. C. Watson for Otoe, and M. B. Cut
ler for Cass. They met in the evening
and decided upon Monday, S-jp-.. 23d,
as the day on Avhich the J Judicial
Convention should meet, and Xebraska
City as the place. We tried to gt-t 'em
to come to Plattsmouth, but had to
split the difference, Yankee fashion.
That evening and next morning we
met many old friends, Judge Tuxbury
former Mayor; Mr. Monroe, the livery
man; got a glimpse of J. Sterling Mor
ton; met Lot Brown just recovering
from a sun-stroke, and stumbled over
Major Pearman's feet as he was turn
ing the corner onto Main street, the
Major being behind on thci street a
The next morning Mr. "Watson drove
us out to the Institute for the Blind,
in which they are taught to read and
write and such trades as they can suc
cessfully use. Prof. Parniele, who fol
lowed Prof. Bacon, has just taken hold
and in spile of many disadvantages, has
succeeded in demonstrating the fact
that he is equal to the occasion.
From there Ave drove to the Xebras
ka Cull; go for boys, under the auspices
of the Episcopal Church, and were in
troduced to the Bey. T. E. Dickey, the
Hector, who has entire charge of the
j.chool. Mr. & Mrs. Dickey bad just
moved in and were, of coursa, very
busy. It being vacation time," avo can
not speak of the school now. The terra
commences Sept. Kith.
Xebtaska City is growing some; is
most magnificently situated ; is going
to have a fair, and has a nice fail-
ground and good half mile track close
to the city and accessible by good roads
something we need greatly. We
were very much pleased Avith all we
suav during our very short stay, and
wish our sister city all the success she
B.J. Doom has been ."hooting it"
around barefooted for a few days past
because he had a boil on the top of
one of his feet. Bob is chuck full of
business these days. Ashland Tleport-f-r
Is that oar Bob? Why he- is going
to run for Legislature, this fall, musn't
have a boil on his foot now. Oh
Robert, Robert, Ave thought you Avas
home farming and there you're off in
The Great Greenback Adventurer.
The lato managing editor of the Ad
vocate, (the cheap greenback paper,)
says this of Walter Shupe, tho editor
and proprietor, Avho has just gone into
bankruptcy: 1 .
The checkered career of Walter II.
Shupe I will not rehearse. He is a
fair specimim of a "sharp lawyer;"
has the "long, low, black schooner"
look; is emphatically, in phrenological
parlance, a "flathead and a sneak."
But he has redeeming traits; among
others, some "Anglo-Saxon love of sol
vency." Beieg a born speculator, ho
has lailed several times. hen he
gets in a tight place, he will 'scramble
out Aicionsiy over the heads of his
best friends; but years after, when the
debts are outlawed even, and he has
made a new pile, he Avill hunt up his
creditors and pay them. MoreoAer I
nertr could be quite persuaded that
there is not a queer streak of benevo
lence about him, because so many of
his attempts to obtain power and pelf
have been in the way of establishing
philanthropical institutions. On the
other hand, it would appear that this
tendency is caused by his cat-like love
of underhand, roundabout methods. Iu
that same phase of his character ap
pears his mendacity, which is proverb
ial. "What a liar ho is!" said a noted
reformer. "He has lied to us all."
It seems they knew he was a liar,
and if he w ould lie about one thing, he
would about another, so that his theo
ries of finance are lies as well as the
"Big-Foot" Pea km an- of Xeb. City
IntervieAved Goa Todd the other day
in that City, thusly:
Hon L. G. Todd, of Cass county, and
nominee of the greenback party of
this stato for Governor, picked his
teeth at the Grand c entral to-day.
A reporter of the News espied the
Governor's name on the regisfer and
at once sharpened his Fabcr for an in
terview. Bep. You are going to be the next
Governor of Xebraska, I suppo: e.
"Well that depends on the election,
I think if nobody else runs I shall cer
tainly come out ahead." Was Mr.
Todds reply, or words to that effect.
B. What has been your former pol
G. T. Bepublican to the backbone,
Avas a free soilor before tho party
B. What is the difference between
the republican and democrat party of
G. T. Xcno whatever, except they
hate each other.
11.-1 suppose you are coming to
our fair. Governor, and are going to
bri'ig along some, stock?
G. T. Don't know as yet. but think
I will come, and bring with me the
best bull that ever trod Xebraska soil.
lb We expect every candidate iu
the state to bo present at our expo
sition, and it will be a good idea for
you to be present also.
(1. T. Is tli at s .?
B. It is for a fact, and don't you
G. T. Then by Jemigecs I'm coming
Personal politics have nearly rain
ed the party iu this county and in this
state. Instead of the Avelfare of the
massts being looked after, and the
good of the party, it has been the per
sonal fortunes of individuals. Platts
Tru, every avoi1. And what is
more, we will wake up some fine morn
hm and iind an oilier party than the
Bepiibiicau, in the ascendancy, im"
b ss the wishes of the masses are bet
ter subserved and "personal polities''
legislated out of the party by every
Bepublican A-otcr who has any pride
for the continued suert ss of the great
party which has done so i'.ir.c'i for the
home ma i::;i;rs.
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On M-iin street nearly' opposite the Court
IIuucC, I'lattMiiuiiih, Nei.
HorsES For Sale.
The I 1 1 y I ; i and selling of jjrood horses made
the si-eeialiy ot the lusu:es .
Now Horses a. Carriages,
and frent'.e horses, lor Ladies to drive i're kej't I
at this St.i'.'.e. j
Al'O a r.irry ::!', which r:!n f (he deiot. ;iud
will earrv passengers troin any ila.ti in t'.'.ai o:i
call. " , .
FAH3JEES CALL AXD EA'AMTXE
:rr stock for sale.
j Wagon, livjgy, 2Ia:hinc awl Plots re
I airin',', ami (jencral jobbiifj.
j I am now prepared to do all kinds ol repairing
! of liiJ'iii and other machinery, :is there
i " is a good luihe in my shop. "
j PETER EA U EX,
Tlie old Reliable Wagon Maker
t.ii tiikca charge ol the v. a;;oa sliop.
He is e'J kno- a as a -
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: i SATISFACTION iiL'AJiAXTSED. .
S0L03I0X IS C03IING WITH FORTY CAR LOADS
LOOK OUT FOIL HIS HEW ADD
MEXI WEEK .
SPRING AND SUMMER
DRESS GOODS, HOHIERYt SILK SCARFS,
-WHITE GOODS, TOWELS,. TABLE LINEN,
DOMESTICS, CORSETS, NOTIONS,
SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, ETC., L
A Full Assortment of
CONSTANTLY KEPT ON HAND.
Country Produce Taken in, Exchange
for Goods, -2iy
AXD CANNED FRUITS j
--GREEK & BLOVEET,
r. o i; isvi I, i: ti?j s ii o i,
REPAIRING ROOFIXU AND
First Class. Stock.
Tr- .i - - r
HENRY F. MILLER
' .1 X ( F O R T E S
imi:i ix Tin:
Boston Public Schools,
Mass. Stcite No? mal
The New England Conser
vatory of Music 'Ex
clusively. tv:o awards mum
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Philadelpljia E::lullt";ii '7G
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Horses ke-ji lbr Saio
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IKill-MS TRAIN ::d AXD lVA')Ki:.
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bettej- by ilflil tn-H f '-!!-. J I. ,
LIVERY SALE AND FEZD
I-..', -t i f I':...!..- Valley JIv i .-.
1 ri Ihe Tov.'ii.
G:I T' -xr!: i My. r o
Careful Drivers cent villi car
riages if desired.
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w 0' r urdei ed.
THE Of.'LY HtARSE IN TOWM.
I'liiiTiils ni'etKi. d a:;"l ' !'n ' ; ' l'i! i. -h'-d :
IMendw. A'j-'re';.. J, .11 NM)..
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