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J. A. MACMUIirilV
n.ATTSMOUTIF. NO V. 31, I87S
Til A N K Sfi I V I M I'll UCLA M A I I 0 X.
I!j the Governor of Nebraska.
. Tlie President of the United Slatrs
l.rvvin appointed Thursday, tliu i'th
day of November, A. J). lb8, .is ;i day
of National Tii;ini vin and l'rayer:
Then f ire, I, iSilas ti.irber, (iovenim' of
the .State of Nebraska, !o hereby re
quest nil jjood citizens of tliitj .Statu to
observe the lav so set apart, by laying
aside their daiiy cared, and in such pub
lic and private, manner as mny seem
befitting, acknowledge thanks to (Jod
for the many blessings bestowed upon
u?, individually and as a community.
In testimony whereof, I have licre-
unto set my hand and caused
to be Kflixod tho (treat Seal of j
the .State of Nebraska. Done i
at Lincoln, this 12th day of
Nov., in the year of our Lord
1878. of the Independence of
the United States the one hun
dred and third, and of tlie
State of Nebraska the 12th.
By thefiov SILAS GAI1IJEIS.
I J ft r no Tzseiircic,
Secretary of State.
A correspondent of tho Omaha Ihe
.says the chances of a bridge at I'latts
inouth soon arc good.
Turc I. fc M. railroad company are
paying thesufferois iy prairie fires for
t he damage done them, and are giving
good satisfaction. York Tribune.
Many of the young groves and or
chards set out the past two or three
years in several counties have been
mined by the late fires. York Trib
une. Two parties named AVh.den raid
li.irko have been arrested for t ho rob
bery of .Stewart's body, but t'i3 pro
ceedings against them s:.'em to lag, ;.;id
the efforts to find the body are stili un
availing. I'l'TLKit lias gone down, and with
him goes down tiat money. If with
the hard times, and IhitU r's ambition,
money and brains to aid it success
could ivt hs achieved in discontented
Massachusetts, it can hope for none
any where. Ex.
Tun Executive Committee of the
Itepublican Central Committee were
in session at the commercial Hotel I a at
evening, and li-ini 1 ited the expense of
the recent campaign. Journal.
ffe w'sh tlie executive or some Com
mittee would do the sume here.
An attempt was made to assassinate
Tving Humbert, of Italy, on Sunday
last. This is the fourth attempt with
in the last few months npon the lives
of different kings in Europe, and it
looks very much :u if the statement
made were true, that a plot has been
l'orm.-d by the Socialists to murder ev
ery monarch leignuig.
Owing to a rush of other work r. e ,
are a little later than usual in getting I held or withdrawn at the earnest re
in our dubbing li t, but shall have it j quest of the parties themselves. We
all ready next week, and can send ofi'
tsubsci iplions any time from now on.
Those! desirous of sending for monthly
periodicals should send as soon as pos
sible to prevent delay during the rush i
at the beginning of the year.
Fkom Capt. Hoover and others, we
hud somo notes about tlie Louisville
Eottery, the si.cs of building, number
of jars Lttined first time, Ac. Our
Louisville correspondent has saved us
tho trouble, giving a good description
of the whole business. We will only
add that the elay bed i- about erne mile
from the k iln and work, and that it
underlies acresand acres of country.be
ing practically inexhaustible.
Cincinnati, Nov. 10. Miss Minnie
Cook," youngest daughter of M. Scott
Cook, Esq., was manied at Chillicothe,
Ohio, on Thursday, to Dr. T. W. Tower,
of Grand Island, Neb. Dr. Tower was
a surgeon in the army during tho late
war. He. is now in business at Grand
Island with the brick's brother. Webb
and Burcliard Hayes, the sous of the
President, were among the guests at
tlie wedding-. Mis. Hayes was expect
ed, but did not arrive. The wedding
was a very quiet affair, only theimme
vliate friends and relatives of tlie bride
SofTJ America is having a surfeit
of disasters. An earthquake destioycd :
property in Manzules. Antioiiuia, to
the amount of 8100,000; the valley of
the Cauca has suffered from our old
plague, the grasshoppers, which we
nie perfectly willing to lend them if
somebody must have them; from Chili
ccmo rumors of serious riots; in .Sal
vador two volcanoes are threatening
devastation to the country, and stili
Another earthquake has destroyed both
life and property.
It was under the stars, at the fr.m
jgate: May ! k iss you ? ' he murmured
in Ler ear. Her color came and went,
her teart beat faster than It u us trots:
she locked down to blush, and she look
ed up to sigh, with a smile on her Ji:
and a tear in her ee, and then shyly !
repiieu: "proposition accepted if dune
oniy once. .uany journal.
It has been said that a kiss is like j
ereatinn. hr.r.-.:ir it ii ms.lnntnf nru,. i
mg and pronounced very good.
;c" er goou. J no
connection of the above with the cy
pher dispatches must be the affinity of
ilie kiss for the naught or naughtv.
Mci IjAINc; and threa daughters,
sufferers in the recent Indian massa
cre in Kansa?, arrived in Omaha last
week in company with two brothers-in-law,
Kev. Kob't La:njr and Ciia's
Iiing, of Omaha and Douglas Co., who
had been to Kansas to remove them
from the scene of the terrible death of
three brothers and the father of the
family, and of their own cruel suffer
ing and attempted ileath. A claim
will be presented to Congress for. their
assistance, and in case Congress fails
to admit it. the matter will be taken
io the courts and a case of damages
i liT. Kr.V. FiOli'T Cl.AKK.'sO.V. Ilisliop
! of Xchiiiska, made St. Luke's cliurch a
spcci.d visitation on Sunday last, and
jn i,e I'venili delivered an addres3 on
the subject of his reef nt attendance at
tlie l'an-Aniican counci!, or inure
properly, the the Lambeth conference,
tram the name of tl place at which
it was held, the abode of the arch
lishopof Canterbury. This confer
ence, as the lisho; stated, was com
Vesed of delegations of bishops from
all t Sin laip,li.sli speaking branches of
t?i: church throughout t!;c world, and
ihe mnnbcT of bishops present was
over ono hundred, including come of
tho most notable men of the church.
The sessions of the conference were
hdd in a room adorned with portraits
of the famous divines of ihe English
church for hundred.? of years back,
thus uniting as it weie in conference
together over the methods of promot-
in:; the welfare of the church, not only
nlft liv-iny bishons who have charge of
its guidance now, but by the reminis
ences which their portraits evoked of
thuir wisdom in guiding the church
through many a struggle into deep and
peaceful waters, the dead also. Tlie
bishop's account was exceedingly in
teresting, as tho large congregation
will testify, the only regret being that
we could not listen to much more on
Court week passed off very quietly.
The Crand Jury found only three in
dictments, for assault and battery.
There seemed to be a great deal of
trouble in selecting juries for the few
jury cases tried. Challenge after chal
lenge was made. Ihe regular panel
was exhausted several times and jury
men taken from those in or about tlie
Court House. Some of the challenges
seemed to us eap.ious but we presume
the parties knew what they were
about, though it kept a large detail of
jurymen here on expense to the county.
In the Cobble case the jury disa
greed. In the I Jerry case the jury
found Mr. Jerry guilty and he w;i3
fined ?) and costs.
I he Kroohler cases were tried on
Thursday. In the Donovan case, for
Selling Liquor to Minors, tlie jury
i could not agree and were discharged.
The dishing case went by default, no
witnesses being on hand or to be found
I in tlie State.
McfJuire, for assault on wife, was
sentenced to three months and 100
tine (this is not McGuire from the
Court a.ljourned Friday at -1 p. in.,
peace and quietness prevailing. After
the political contest all the fall and the
excitement of court, we seem just now
to have a grat calm. Selah.
We want to get our books and r.o-
counts closed up by January 1st, lb?!).
In fact they iiuwt be closed up and we
need tlie money very bad. Some of
the in have run for years and have been
put in the hands of collectors once and
cannot lay out of the money so long,
and want t j bring our business to a
cash basis next year. Please pay upor
come in and settle the accounts and
The Ilndless Work of a Journalist.
Newspapers, while they last, says the
New York World, are unremitting.
To rest or suspend for a day is to yield
and perish. The men who make them,
however subordinate, must continue to
make them. If perils beset them, there
is the more reason for not faltering.
The journalist who leaves his journal
when he should be there is forever dis
graced. He can not leave. He is in
fatuated with the news and witli him
self as its collector or purveyor. The
true journalist like the Old Guard dies,
but never surrenders. News nowa
days is all pervading, all absorbing, all
binding. To have lived with it once,
is to have an uncontrollable love for it,
to be strangely charmed by it. The
basilisk of type is fatal to him it
Tho following description of the
scene at the Democratic headquarters
in New York on the evening of elec
tion we cop' from the Herald:
The scenes at Tammany Hall were
of an extraordinary character. Mr.
Kelly and his intimate friends knew
that the day was lost when tlioy ascend
ed the platform in the big hall at six
o'clock. It wss written in tlie depress
ed expression of their faces. Tliegrcat
i lloor was thronged almost to stilfoca-
tion with eager and tinxious partisans.
JJeside Mr. Kelly sat Mr. bmythe, the
candidate for District Attorney; Tom
Dnnlap. (.mmissioutr Gorman, Chas.
Underwood (Council, Judge (.'lancy,
Captain Isaiah ltynders, and others.
Kven tlie music ot a brass band did not
sui'.iee to restrain tlie audience fim
crying t.ut repeatedly for '.he figures.
Tlie returns from a few districts were
read, and Captain ltynders made a
brief address of the character usual on
such occasions. At the close of his ad
dress there was carried upon the plat
form and exposed to the view of the
I audience a large framed canvas, about
eleven feet square, with the portrait
of a man, across w hose forehead was
stamped the word slanderer," in big
letters. Mr. ltynders pointed to ths
pieture and puckered his lips to saw
-This is Cliarles A. Dana."
JJefore he had time to utter a svlla-
Lie a wild yell of rage went up from
the throng. Jako a Hash
t!'e" recognized the portrait. Moved
" common impulse, tne vast crov.ct
namon ;tl ii illie ;l oti 1 1 ar a red rag.
The foremot were heaved upon the
stage jn ;i steond, and before anybody
well knew what had happened tho can
vas was rent into pieces no bigger than
one's hand. Those were subdivided
until nearly every man in the hall had
a scrap of tho picture to wave in tri
umph ovfr hii head. All this time th
air was filled with hisses and yells of
hate that prevented anything being
done on the platform.
A fit r tearing up Charles A. and scat
tering him to the four winds, the crowd
subsided and took their dose of news
like little mm.
Ihvna has said some of the hlit out
rageous and bitter tilings of men, but
he will have abigcred;t mark for help
ins to overthrow Tammany.
There is ".n enterprising farmer In
Stowe, Maso-., w ho bringa all the water
used by his family and cattle up a lad
der (it of a we1..
1). J. Mi Canx, formerly of Nebras
ka Tity, now of Cheyenne, has been
convicted at a recent term of court of
f.ellig !ifty-two birrels of suar be
longing to the Government and appro
priating the proceeds to his own use.'
The penalty imposed cannot be; less
than live years imprisonment, the res
toration of the property, or its value,
and the costs of tlie suit.
Veevii:? Water Notes.
Dnrell Eeed occupies the stone par
sonage. Lawyer Newberry has removed to
greener pastures. He is now practic
ing law at Louisville?.
Mr. Carmichael's hair and w hiskers
caught tire as h; was removing a burn
ing substance from the oven one day
last week. lie was very badly burned
before the Humes could be extinguish
ed. He is recovering.
Mr. John I'ickering has come to
town for the purpose of establishing a
The weight to one of the chandeliers
i:i the Congregational church gave way
and let the chandelier fall. It came
down a straddle of a pew back. There
wasn't muL-a more than a grease spot
left of the chandelier.
Dr. Wright has had quite an exten
sive ride for the past few weeks.
At the last meeting of the I ltd Itib
bon Club, we decided to meet weekly
hereafter.. In fact our meetings for
some time have been weakly.
It is churned by those interested in
politics here, that greater apathy was
manifested in this vicinity last election
day than ever before, a great many"
voters not going to the polls at all.
South Ilend Notes.
South IJr:Ni, November 1G, 1GT3.
Ed. IIkijald: Your correspondent
stepped oil the train at South Lend
this morning and was greatly surprised
to see the changes that have been
made in the past few months.
We find the "Dill Hall" with two
store-rooms belo;v; almost completed.
One room will soon be occupied by C.
II. l'iukham and will contain the larg
est stock of Groceries, Dry Goods, Hats
and Caps, Hoots and Shoes, etc., ever
brought to this city.
Our old friend "Am," La.enby will
move his stock of drugs across the
Street into the room adjoining I'ink
The new store just put up by J. G.
Itomine is partly filled with a stock of
drugs, and is run" by McEarland &
Decker. They will soon have a new
stock of Groceries, to fill the one side
of the store that is yet vacant.
II. J. Streight is too busy to stop for
his meals, taking in Grain, Hogs and
Potatoes, having about live hundred
bushels of the latter in his cellar. lie
has a huge stcck of new Goods of ever)
description and was ordering more to
day, from two or three " bummers"
that were here. He has his now ware
house painted, and has filled andempt
ed it 'severial" times in the last month
Ed. McGennis, the wood butcher of
the city, is kept busy about all the
time, mostly shop work.
Itomine has so far recovered from
his broken leg, as to be abla to get
around without his crutch.
The Winter term of School commen
ces next Monday, Mr. Hemming, from
Ohio having been employed to teach
the same. lie furnishes first clas3 re
commendations from the east and
without a doubt will give general sat
isfaction. Grains of every kind is coming into
market lively notwithstanding the
present low pi ices.
The merchants are cribbing corn and
paying ten cents per bushel.
Potatoes are bringing twenty cents
The want of a bridge across tho
Thitte is the only thing that prevents
South IJend from becoming cue of tho
first cities of Cass County. Yours,
Onr Louisville Letter.
LorisviLLi-:, Nei:., Xov. 1 8, 1S73.
Dkar IIi:uam: After the lapse of
some few weeks, during which the
w heels of pre gres.i have made many
revolution.", I shall endeavor to give
you a chapter on modern Louisville,
the coming county seat and initial
town of Cass county.
This place is becoming a thorough
fare of considerable note. It is via L.
that people find their way to the inter
ior of the county, and merchants their
goods, 13ach day our streets are
crowded with teams hauling merchan
dise, coal, salt, lumber, etc., in all di
rections into the interior. The ship
ment of grain this season has been
larger than ever before, although the
price paid has not been as high as
should have been ; but the crops
were good and put tho farmeis
on better footing than for many vears
past. The crop of corn is yet to be put
in crib as a reserve. There is a large
portion of the wheat remaining un
sold which the farmer hopes wiil bring
him a good harvest yet.
Delow I give a few statistics which
I got through the kindness of Mr. To
man, agent of the 1). & M., showing
the number of cars shipped since June
1st up to date :
Itye, 2; o it?, 2; Hour, 7; wheat. IS;
stone. 43; hogs, 12; Lai ley, 41; corn,
23" total, 03.
The substantial improvements have
exceeded those of any previous year.
The Louisville Stoneware Manufactur
ing Co. have erected buildings which
urea credit to any town. The main
building is 39x72 feet, two stories;
turning and drying 100m, 30 x 4S feet;
finishing and store room, 30 x 72 feet;
clay room, 24 x 20 feet; drying ovens,
Cx 50 feet. The kiln is 12,' feet in
diameter; its capacity is 0,700 gallons.
They eir ploy but five men at present,
three of whom are coustantly turning
and moulding vvar. All the oper
atives are from Akron, Ohio, and of
long experience, Two kilns of ware
have, bee n burned and tin1 third one is
being burnt at this writing. We will
have more to say of thjs again..
Walter While ha. just completed a
pile bridge across Mill Creek, on Third
street, over eighty feet long, which
will dftvelope the west part of town
and better accommodate the travelling
public. Dr. Ilassemeir is erecting a
large two-story drug store, a credit and
ornament to the place. Nelson Dowcy,
nephew of C. II. Dewey, the great fur
niture king, of Omaha, has brought on
a large and complete stock of furni
ture, and begins business with a good
trade. The brass band, led by I'rof.
Albee, is being reorganized and prom
ises good music. Ir. Waterman start
ed for Cincinnati to-day, where he will
have charge of a class in a medical
college. More anon.
Oslrtches in confinement seem to
.ve a cr iving fvir stone aud iron. An
i ostiicJi died lately near Caen, I-'rince,
in whose iomach was found a closed
j knife, some stones, some nails aJa
' file. '
Tlie garni mound which London has
grown to its present unwiehliy si.eand
; population, existed on tho same spot
moue than ?.,- !0 years ago, when the ex
traordinary privileges of its merchants
were' spoken of.
The proportion of meat to boee J3
much greater in the pig's head than in
the heads of other animals, since the
pig lays up much fat about the jaws.
Instead of being thirty per cent, as ii
the ox, it is sixty to seventy per cent.
It cannot be Hist our lift is a bubble,
cast up by the ocean of eternity, to tloat
a moment upon its waves and sink into
darkness and nothingness; else why is
it that man's high and glorious aspira
tions are forever wandering around un
satisfied, like a hungry goat, until bo
1j,b a mother in-law, boils, corns, and a
uiortagage on his house and lot?
The Arabs of Syria boil the grain of
wheat with leaven, and afterwards dry
i: in the sun, and t ut it with butter or
I oil. They call it burgoul, and when
thus dried it may be k-pt g od for
y-i-nj. At other ti nes t hey grind the
j w.n.-nt very coarri'ly, Loiiing it in wa
I ir, alter which it is eaten with butter
Ladies who attend Qucf.:i Victoria's
dr.". v.-in.? looms mu.-.t apf-ear in lull
emit chess with trains and plumes ac
cording to regulation -that is, so that
th.- fr-alhers can be clearly en on a;-
proarhmg Her Majesty ami with v. late
! veiis or lap-pets. Colored fea hcisare
! contrary to reg'.d.itum, but in deep
1 mourning black fi at hers may be worn.
A ir.'utlrm:'.ii hau led 1-is orK' an al
bum, asking him to wiite a few liip s.
Tho I'linee c:p- lied to a p.ovo which
bore the feilov. ir.g brief itscu iptions:
'"Duringmy long life I have acquired
two wiso ruh:s: y-r.t, to par h'U mu.h;
second, to forget nothing."' ( r';:'-. '.
' A little torgoltulness v. ill not ele
tr:et from tho sincerity of pardoning.''
I'rkicc i'ismark wrote ber.ealh thf,se:
"For ii y part, I have lei. rued to for
get mucli, and to a 1; much rgiv--liCss
All women play cards alike. Watch
fl women at a game of v.dr.st: "Ii, me.
Henry, is it my piny J.ct me see-sec-ond
hand low that' the fiir.t time
h found oftlutt suit-.', ain't it? Well,
1 11 play no, 1 ha: dly th'ndc I will now
you stop looking ;it my hand did you
see anything of course I'm going to
p ny, but I must have time to think
what's trumps spades? J thought 't
was clubs w-jll, I'll no -yes well
there!7' Then she will clap an ace oc
her partner's king and insist upo
keeping the trick for fear she will bo
tb'.-ited out of it in the ilnsl conn:.
After very careful and painstaking
inquiry, Mr. Ceerge Darwin has come
to the conclusion that "tlio widely dif
ferent habits of men and women m
civi i:ced nation-, especially among the
upper classes, tend to counterbalance
any eil from marriage between healthy
clo- t-'y rela;'. d peisons." Mr. Darwin's
views tre in a measure sustained by
br. Yorm's inquiry into the coir.muno
cf Lat 7. 1 air., is a I to-. -by secluded ocean
Aa.-lied peninsula of the Loire Juferi
1 ore, l'ii;nce, containing over;'. p.po
p'e, of simple habits, who don't drink
and commit 1.0 crime, l-'or generations
they have in'.i rmanied, but no cases
have occurred of deaf mutism, id'iino
ism, 1 liud:fe::s or malformation, and
the minder of children born is al ive
Tho groat cause of brittlencs3 a;.d
oreaking in lamp chimneys lies 'a t'.r
material from wtiich they ere made.
Many manufacturers usa yilicate of
lime instead cf silicate ct lead, (tla-s
made from the forme: has about the
following proportions: u.aml l'.O, soda
i'j, lime 'M to r.i're 7 Io 10. Lime be
ing a noil-ecu. 1 actor of heat tlie chim
ney will not Lear the expansion caused
by the heat; and if by gradually heat
ing, the chimney does not bieak on the
lamp, a few times heatinrj make it so
brittle that it breaks with the least ef
fort at cleaning. t-i;ieiate of lead has
about the following proportions: ir'and
100, lead 40 to 0, soda -0 to nitre 10
to 1,5. Lead being very ductile and a
good conductor of heat, a chimney
made by this latter material will al
most i..ll before it wiil crack witli the
rei"Oi:tei i'.v r. e. wuitk.
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x-vp.'s'ifT '';;' i wil'; 11 1 i'-.I1'.. i'v:: or
f .oli!. :.c, .-;y;.-s. A0t's ej'.il;',; : ; l';.:i
iltKJ !.''. I I -1 C ! ? - II N. Y. t
a ZZ"Zj 7i:"I3 1'or the Po-t !;nil f.-ntert! L.o:i
M iiifX I'ietofial Pooks::r.il I :.er I'-iine-
fil .t-t"pvr I't'iit. A 1". Pie.. Co.. r hi i-,t,; 1, Ills.
ll'ASTK:-.i iiUlOMAN Ft '14 r.YIiUY
:nt a?U Te'iUery in !:.e I r.ioii ; a fair -i.l-erv
i .;il. t"::" tr ivl.'irs l.a I'.cl'.e ( .
w'Ctatrk M., Cilie.; SMI
Agents Read This.
V V. 1 1 p..iy A?i !.'s .1 S.'!l:tl V of : 0 per 'I'oi tll
pii.l f'ipe:is.-s. or alio.v :t l.n'ire o'ti.i.N-hoi 10
i-'ili f'lii li'sv iiti .i w io. ioi'l'i:! l". ''itl o :iri. Tl c
;.;.i'.i i .'i:i we x.o. .V.n-: esii v i: (:On: ticl.'V.
Slir-.K.MA.N MiJi.sa:!:!, i 00 :..!.. -Oil
rprp A AHEAD AliL'iili-l 'ill".
U SLtA M"lx Ss fi-on Mif In l icr-i nt li.Uf
th? iiiimI o-t. i.our o!:hi ever o;Vc!'il to ( lul
APnts an I p l.nv'oo". A"i expif.si f:ia:ge'
I'AI 1). Now aims liee.
Tin; e:i;::T a.m :::'.!-ax rr.. 1 ;? tr. n y,
P. O. r.j.. 4.-:.". SI nn.l ;i3 YKSKY M . . Y.
Awir.i'"! t.f r-'-r ft ' "f ft r r. 1 1 1. r -. ' f -r
f-w'iArrt i.t tft'&'h IU' tfri' s--t i Ti J" r'r
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t.t roni" I'urtiidrp II1I liiake N"v
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I'iooi in tiif 1'iiiire y;0'Oi in liooo oi.o.'.ns. j
An j (i.-i i!i In vill t f. I i :."'i 1 f i !
1 l U oe,. may In.- r toi- t to unnt liel:li. I
if si;i'h a t iiin lie l'ocsil'ie. s.-i-.to.- ni-.il for t- i
loiter .-;:.! i-M. 1. fi. JOSl.ty.i t i'O..
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if ' ti
TTi n-""T" tit 1 iipn
u rtveJtJJ i iiaciLit -
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Io is oin wiiii-il ro:o v i.o,-:s
I f-.i'tr:io! .nv,.:ry mora, i.y on:uiiin,' io;i:r..i ;
i t. - ,
ni'-i.ins in vuir own leciiitr. vtu wit i i
t,iiii."l Unit t.O' :i!.i.ve ii! trin-. It is f.r snnvii ;
j'ir io i n. oriliTutrr jioroii- I'lri-i'-r. :v. . in-" "o-r-j :
elei-ti ii'i'.l n'iii;:)cen. : i . t o i.!i i' tf- f ' i
Via! rei"..'il! wliiiii-vtr. It ch:i!li:: -i en'ire-tl
J t.':v now demerit- whn h c.i'!- it to r :iiv.r,
I i.-';:iiii at once., treo-iiien anl cure when.-otlifj
fi'T planter- will not even relieve. For l.aoi''-l:
I Viess or v.c :Ui!cs or f tie naeK. l'l'':;"il Kitl-J
' LtiiiS siti'l Oil' Ji:':r:tMei, Lociiiiia i-j
.nsi:i. Nci"C tci Colds. Eftiiia!'; A:!'fci:itis a
: ptlu' l-.wt remedy ever icvis,',l. ttoM iy
I i 1 r'i;-i; i-t I'rice .1 Cents. r.-'
1 ' - - - t r - . .- ( ... .g nil I'n
rliiitl :i'l 1 . -: 1 :ii.!i m t 1 1 1 liril't if in ill r ,1 - 1
; M.-; furilt.-r. Jlearii.i'of hn::inv v .Mi.torfiil f5 T fi E 4i W 1 2 i" S"
ciir-s ;,ffr other ivinc.iies h:e1 ir.iUai. I vis- t n ft VI .Vft-Rw-! A feJUJJ.J V Q Xl
J iu il t!ie h-ih-i:it'iy. initl con viii''i t inysrif of M j E.1 f-fcv';i"- -Vn5r .vs!ji'l
. iis trt'i'iiiiii' lie : :t. Hi- ir-ar'.l l"itii !:uks. I 3 j f-A .WJi.-jj;?sy VS ' ,
; pict iiml hi'ins. -a-li of wlii'-!i is lii-aiv cKi-i'- H PAJ-.J5"A" 1
t:vo. t!:ev :irc cc.'MixMi'iii.Ml in veiH m:i:i- H j Vf&i -Cyi?ii
I is the great I: :.,.! pm'.fior.
I Hi H!i;s E i ! i
iTEE OLD RELIABLE1
T-JfevisH f 7 Kfcr3
tiJ.Ml.MUl'S Al.t-lt Alt KUL'lL I
nu tiiANt;:: of cvits:
um: i:oa!).oxi: man.(Jk;ient!
From ci 321 C3 nor cr- flsti)
FiiiMclia & la YcrL
ii ill S:ioi- 7it
VIA NEW YORK CITY.
JicacJtts all Points in Paintylcania
and Xt io tit-.
Pullman Palace Cars
ON ALL EXPRESS TRAINS!
21 A G .Y I F I C E N T C A Jl S
E2l li 1I.1 WITH THE Kl.EIlltATEI
WESTIKGHOUSE AIR BRAKES
Jauney'si New ratent Safety rialform
Elegant Ealing Houses
WITH AMPLE TIME FOR MEALS.
THREE EXPRESS TRAINS
LEAVE CHICAGO AS FOLLOWS
.CO A. 13. PTECIAL EAST EXTIIESS EX
CKI'T SIN DAY'.
With the p'jmhir Vestibule SL'(pinf Car
Keaelics l'ittslmrl!. J :.'$0 h. in.: MniTi.-lniri.'.
11 :4.1 a. in. ; riil!:iii'll'lii;i, I :'0 p. .in. : .New Yoik
is :4." i. in. : iloston. r, :i.l a. in. ; Hall inioro U :.)')
i. in. ; NYiisliiiitoii. i -M) p. in., ne xt day.
r:ir I 7,1. Atlantic (i)ai!y)
With Drawinj-Puovi and Hold Car.
Eoaehcs EiM-luirsl;, 12 :'., p. in. ; Han islmr'.
I'J.'.l.l l. I'l. ; Pliilaiielpliiii. a :-l :i. in. ; New tn k
0 :l a. in. : Special I'liilailelpliin .Slei'l ii!. (.';ir
on this Tram, whirl! remains in depot until 7 ::in
a. in., ail'orilieg l'ieUelelphia pa-s.-ciit'i'S u Itiil
J):?0 I'.M.Xi-ht Exp.r.xccpt Satuivl'y.
H7 Drau-iii'j-llooin Ulecpinj Car.
Ee.-irlies rittliinvli 7 :'-V) p. in. ; Han islnuv.
.1 :.i" a. in. ; llaltiniove. 7 :5.' n. m. ; ashiny ton
i :o") ji. in. ; I'hi'.a li lpliia. S :e0 a. in. : New York,
in :o," il. 1:1. ; I'.oMi't), x :i p. in. '1 !i; nnli U;:!! i-inoi-
ivint .vliiu(tti:i Mleepiiij; Car en tlii.s
KA1SK ALWAYS AS I.ilW AS ANY OTill'.K 1.1 N K.
;? Tlii-onsli Ticket for Hale nf all Princip-il
I'oiuts in tin- Wc-t. Ask fur t!o-ni via tlie i'u::T
Y.AYNEi J'ENNSY.'.YANIA LINE.
I It. MYKIi.-i.
Isly Uc:i. 1'a.s. & Tic.ci Ai., C hh a;o.
; TV T-iO f1 Htl P PI T f-" " T"
' Aw .'C idlxl w WUfJ
3-BDTTOII KID GLOVES
EEKXCH AMI EXOLI.SH CASIImKIIE
nnd Llajant SILK. JiIlKSS r.lTTF.r.X:i.
g i v ii -" i - i it u 3i i r .-i s
for SnliscrilM-rs, at Ci! to
Miff's nose HapiiB
Tr.i:i!tkS!.25 ;i Year, wit!, :il.ir';c reduc
tion tr t'ln'o". Speeii'ii-'.i N mo iiei'. Ir-'.
;f ""Send tor Club-iietier s Spc, i l Ciicu'ar,
couiainin fall iarticulai s of tliis .ipictni.d ortci.
T. S. Aiiia iu c; So.v, '7 S. St., Ehilu.
1 'JJJWJ' j
I - -1
lias onro inoro
v. ho is, on and after tliis date sole proprietor.
JIr. "Veeklaeii liavin none into iho T.nnilx'i l'usinoss: I propose to n.a t' e
old' K.Ml'IKK awhile niYsclf.
YVc are in almot daily r cei; t C'f
DRY AND FANCY GOODS,
which we ofTer our fi iondi and the put. lie at
Caslimercs, Alpacas, Delaines, tc.
Calicos, from V.l to 1G Yards for $1.00.
Muslins, from G cts. a yard upvaid
The finest slock of. V.'liite llcdspread;' ever hroiuHt to the City.
Buell's Cassimeres, Tweeds, Jeans, and Cottonatlc-s in
IBo um Iea
Mats mul CJsnp
V.r MA. KIMrj.
Country Produce taken in exchange for Goods.
I desii e to sic all lav old patrons l;ul. and want to I'old sis nianv of 11
preenst ones as I can l'KANK Cl'TIlMAX,
the place, oxn vomz wi::;t of p.o.,
Q'.iW PLATTHMOUrir, XEP.UAsKA
D It ess. a oops, Ifor;ii:ilY,
WHITE GOODS. TOWELS,
DOMESTICS, ( -OIZSETS,
STLK HANDKEIICIIIEFS, ETC.,
A Full Assortment of
LBTS AM mi
CONSTANTLY KEPT ON HAND.
CALIFO XIA 1)1UED AXD CANNED FIJUITS
Country Produce Taken in Exchange
for Goods. 4 'y
" coino 1'ark" r
to suit the times.
A. ... r
silk sr-A ::rs,
r a isle Lf.r::r,
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