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The fnn't crop for th United .Sta'r
f 1S77 amounts In v.ilue to $I40,'kji,
r about oo-half t the outcome from
T)ioe who hav no inclination to
learn wor? fire vrry pt to tliink th
know enr -No 80 ',"I
tut the 1 Ui wlio Incit- he h nothing
oure to .-arn.
To brighten nislcd steel Implements,
the Jxindon Journal of Horticulture
advises covering with sweet oil, well
ruhU'A in, and forty-eilit hours aft;r
polish with "finely pulverized unslacked
What have you been adoinT" askcj
a boy of his playmate, wlmm Jim navy
coriiiiiff out of :i home with tram in lira
eyes. ''I've Jrf'Cii a c ha.s'11' a hire h roil
round my father," was tho fuiarlj'.ig
Trisoner," said 'Squire Joiur, in
awarding Judgment, "it is si maxim of
Ciw that it is better to err on the ii!o of
mercy. The court has inmle up lier
niind which side nhe will en on, and
nothing remains but to rr',Ti that. Hide."'
A familiar illustration of tin? polson
otis nature f tho illuminating as used
in the cities, in shown in the. willing of
all (lowers expound to its influence. It
will kill choice plants in a short time;
what then must be its effects upon the
"Where did this baby ooir.o finm?"'
asked a three-year-old tfirlof this :nirw,
who was washing the- aiiuealing little
stransrer. "Why, from heaven, of
course," replied tlie Mirs. "Well, if
it screamed like that there, 1 dont
wonder they sent it off' w:u the etunn
We iniRht save at least on-DMi of
ot;r breal and one-third of our meat.
.So long as we insist 011 out bakers sup
plying our table with snowwhiU; bread,
bo lonft must the miller eliminate from
tho Hour its most nourishing part. This
part approaches, in chemical constitu
tion, that of flesh.
Hie fashion reporter who wrote with
reference to a bellf, "Her feet were 011
c;ised in shoes that might bo taken for
f.iiry hoots,'' tied his wardrobn up in a
handkerchief and left for parts un
known when it appeared the next
ir.orning, "Her feet were encased in
l4loest?iat milit bo taken for furry
The Hus.d.in engineer, fleneral To
d'.clx'ii, pie-cuts a sit iking resemblanco
to liisniarck, a'.tliouh his features are
a shade ino;e rHined tlcm those of : lie
prince, lie in a (ioinan y birtli,
wears a utiif rin t-iuiil u to that of f e
J'russiau fci vie , ano is tlecora'cu with
the iron cum of (.iermany.
Precautions against insects of all
kinds should be adopted caily in th
sttason, b'jeanso when tln-3' are allowed
to bo developed to m ilui ity they pro
pagate eggs in such abundance that it
Is almost inipossililo to keep them un
der. Tlie destruction of one early
moth is a far better preventive- th.'.n
killing a hundred caterpillars.
A I'hilad' Iphia Quaker v;is negotiat
ing with an insurance company, as to
effecting a policy n a vessel ovcrdui.
At this juncture, he heard f tho ves
sel's los, and wnde at once to the com
pany: "Friend, if theo hasn't Idled up
tho policy, then needn't, for I've heard
of the ship." "Oh," said the olhcers,
"cunning fellow, ho wants to do us out
of tho premium." So they wrote the
Quaker, "Thou Ixvst t'-o Lite by half
mi hour, thy policy is lilhid up."
This is a boy's composition on girls,
but ho evidei.lly had a man's head on
his young shoulders. What he learned
by shrewd observation others have
learned by experience. lie said:
'(lirls is the only folks that has their
own way every time. (Jirls is of sever
al thousand kinds, and sometimes one
girl can be like several thou-and other
girls if she wants to do anything, 'i his
is all I know alum girls, and father
says the less I know about them the
better off 1 am."
The German born population of tlie
United States in 1S70 was l.ttKiAl, and
tlie Irish Irorn was 1,.SV,SJ7 Tlie Ger
man born population nf St. Louis at the
same time wasoii.oiO an I the Irish born
aloutr.S,0!"i. These licuresare take i
from the census nf ls7i. They do not
give the nnnii tr of persons born of
German and Irish par ntsin ho United
States and St. Louis. There are more
American born Germans a d Irish in
the country than foreign born; but the
number is not given in the census.
Joneef tho Nez l'erces drink liuuor.
They sell trinkets occasionally to visi
tors, and on several occasions these vis
itors from-Leavenworth have brought
bottUs of whisky with which to ingrati
ate themselves with the Indians. In
every case tho -IrxHans have refused the
liquor. It seems to be a part of their
creed not to drink whisky, aud the rule of
the tribe- ir t to use intoxicating lhiuois
it is said is not broken. They are very
religious, and have services of their
inn and a religious dance at sundown
nine are, it is said, 110 oM mrM?. in
Iviissia except the nuns. Tho public
sentiment is so decidedly against fe
male celibracy that when a woman
reaches the ago of , and still pines in
single blessedness, phe funis it be.- t to
go off on a journey in search of a hus
band, and usually ieti:ins, afU-r some
Icntrth of time, and announces that she
is a widow, llussian etiijuette, which
positively forbids any allusion to tho
husband in the presence of his widow.
Is very convenient for tho purposes of
A French prture once sut an aide
do camp to a painter, reinarkablo for
Ids love of jokes and his idleness, com
manding his prescm e. I he oiliecr
went and brought the artist with him.
A picture wasgiviui him to copy, and
lie took it away with him. It was a
painting of a house. 1 11 a few days the
Officer went to the painter to see what
progress he had made; and havii'g re
turned, acquainted the prince that all
was done but one chimney, on which
the painter was then employed. Some
days pasrcd.and thoi jctnre was not re
turned. The prince resolved logo him
self. Ho did so, nn found tlie painter
till at the unthiished chimney. "Why,
how is this?" said he, "all this time
employed at one chimney"" "1 have
been obliged to do and undo it several
times." "For what reason?" said the
prince. "1 found," rejoined the artist,
-that it smoked." The prince laugW
Laattily.arul toot Lis leave.
.Vebrtrdsa Stale Historical Society.
Lincoln, Xrji, Sept. 25th, 1S79.
i'ursuant to a rail heretofore pub
lished, the following named gentleman
conveLed at the Commercial Hotel,
J)r. George L. Miller. Chris Ilartman
and J. T. Allan, Douglas county ; Gov.
Silas Gat her and J I. S. Kaley, Webster
county ; S. It. Thompson, T. 1. Kcnnard,
W. W. Wilson and Samuel Aughey,
Lancaster county ; lie v. J. M. Taggait
and J. II. Croxton, Oloe county; c. H.
Waller, Frank I in county; lion. L.
Crounse nnd F. S. firenm-II, Washirig
ton countv; 1'rof. C. I). Wi'.her, Saline
county ; J. Q. f Joss. Sarjy county; I.
II. Wheeler ard Wrn. Gilmore, Cass
county; O. T. I. Williams, Seward
county: L. IJ. Fifiehl. Uuffalo county;
liev. L. U. W. Shryock and L. Shugart
Gage county. Urn. Adair, Dacotah
count', and iiobt. W. Furnas, Nemaha
lloht. W . I urnas called the mee ting
to order, on w hose nomination Dr. Geo.
L. Miller was eh-cteo! temporary chair
man. Ii. W. Furnas was elected secre
tary on motion of D. If. Wheeler.
Dr. Miller, on taking the chair deliv
ered a short, appropriate and pressing
address on the importance of forming
1 historical society, and regretting that
it had not been done before.
On motion of S. It Thompson the
chair appointed the following gentle
men committee on organization : s. It.
Thompson. .J. Q. (Joss, I). II. Wheeler,
Mr. Taggait and Lorenzo Crounse.
J. Ti e committee in due time made the
following report w hich was adopted.
Your committee to which was refer
ee? the matter of organization reports
favorably and recommend the naino of
the associat ion be "Nebraska State Ilis
toiical Koeioty." That the officers be
one president, two vice-presidents,
treasurer and secretary. Also a board
of live directors. Membership to be
elect i vp, upon the payment of a fee
mil annual assessment to be agreed
upon hereafter. Also that committees
be appointed on permanent officers and
constitution and by laws.
In compliance with recommenda
tions to the report, t he chair appointed
the. following committees:
On permanent offirer: T. 1. Ken
nard, Silas Garbcr, K. N. Grennell, O.
T. U. Williams and C. D. Wilbur.
On constitution ami by-laws, D. II.
Wheeler, .1. T. Allan, L. Ii. W. shryock,
J. II. Croxton. avd Samuel Aughey.
On motion, the meeting then adjourn
ed to meet at the same place to-morrow
(ir.o. L. Miller, Ch'n.
Rout. W. F l' k n a s, Sec.
Lincoln, Ni :r... Sept. 23th. 1378.
Pursuant to adjournment the meet
ing convened with the following addi
tional named gentleman: II.T. Ciark,
Sarpy county; J. II. 1'iown, A. Hum
phrey, J. II. Ames, John Cadmau and
A. G. Hastings of Lancaster county;
J. A. MacMurphy, Cass county; Hiram
Craig, Washington county. J. J. ln Id,
Douglas county; F. J. Hendersli"t,
Thayer county; S. A. Fulton, llichard
son county; Theron Nye, Dodge conn
ty. Dr. Miller, chairman, being absent.
Gov. Silas Garbcr was called to the
The committee on constitution and
by-laws, through I'rof. Aughey, pre
sented a constitution and by-laws
which, after being read in full, v.eia
The Constitution and I5y-Laws are
somewhat lengthy, ami will, as scon as
possible, be published in pamph'et form
and bo circulated. The no in' ershij)
fee was fixed for the present at
Persons desiring membership can ad
dress the treasurer, W. XV. Wilson, Lin
coln. Mr. Kennnid, from the committee
on permanent officers, reported as fol
lows, which report was adopted and
tho officers declared duly elected:
1 Ves id en t Fx-Gov. Robt. XV. F urn as.
N einaha county.
First Vice-President Dr. Geo. L.
Miller, Douglas county.
Second Vice President Judge K. S.
Dundy, liichardson county.
Treasurer W. W Wilson, Lancaster
Secretary Prof. Samuel Aughey
Corresponding Secretary D. II.
Wheeler. Cass county.
Directors (Joy. Silas Garber, lion.
J.Sterling Morton, Prof. C. I). Wilbur,
Dr. C C. Monell, and Hon. Lorenzo
The committee recommend that the
President and Secretary be ex-officio
members of tho Hoard of Directors,
w hich by vote was agreed to.
Meeting adjourned to meet again at
the same place September 30th next.
Silas Garher, Ch'n.
IiouT. V Furnas, Sec.
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tho Sn!e-n mi l lirpruanina in t!.o htoniacli. and
tnry hav. (riven mo n.oro relief than nny other
remedy 1 have, ever np,-. I would bi.-hly rerom
menil f hem to nil sdlclLijL'l' ILotJccu ci (Olu
ricrisit;r, Mi, Jun- n, TT7.
ITarlnu; oreKlni tor;ii rrn- !r f -r n rsei9
fain In n.y sldu 1 tri-d urt- t ..ur c.li.ix' r.
TAlO I't.AHTr, ami la tv. cuty lour b.jiir-i the pala
ru& Cutlrv.17 rtu.ov d. J. H. Sa w n
A' -'t rrV:'-r rir.t ::.t. L-lii.
FrrfiTt. Vix--.. Ju:i 1.'. 1 "7.
Collins Voltaic nsirn jrlvi h".t lllt!sf(,
l!nn hri r f n -yt'ilnit t: -t hn b.;u:i t.-m l lor
I,amnsi nnd V.'cukucaJ of l!:e ''.ael:. IT-ase enJ
Cioro right away. JA.UKS Li.V. Ii.
liatul, liA.., Jaao J'. 1T7.
Prior-, '.r, CcntR.
To trarffnl to r.btnln Coi.r.tx VottM'T Tlas
Taii, a conil.lnatlon t f Klrc'rlc nnd Vuli .a Platen,
wl'r. a highly Mcdtratfd Pliini-r, n men la tho
hovt rut. S-ibl by all " bob a:l and r:r.t.iil Droif
frlPtA thrnrftout lii- ln!i-U Stten nnd banadsa,
ani by WKjEJiS &. I'OTTEIt, I'roprlctura, liostou,
A HOTED DIVINE SAYS
THEY ARE WORTH THEIR'
READ WHAT HE SAYS:
Dn. Ti-tt : Denr Sir : For ton years I have
Imvu a martyr lo l)yHH'piH, Countipatlcn and
1'ilt-s. La.t Sl'Cin your r.i!. were rt:commeud(i
tome; 1 nuttl ti:in ( but with little faitn. I
em now ft well mnn, hav irood uppt-tite, diges
tion perfect, retrulur Ktool.-, iiiies poue, and I
have fnirn-d ftirty pounds Pollu flesh. They nro
worth llieir wt iilit in irold.
Ilzv. II. L. SIMI'SON, Loulff4-U!c, Hy.
THTT-'Q Dill CI Jr.Tnitnnsbeenfn
I U I I O riLLw llMsr-d ia the practice
achz. 01 liii'tneiue su venrs.
rikI for a lonp time
was l)epjoiiFtrutor of
Au:itomy in the Med
ical Collepe of eieorg
ia,hencc per? ons upin;
hia lill have the puai
nuteo that they lire
prepared on acieritillo
priucipleu.nnil are free
from ull qtiiK'kery.
He has tncceed'-d In
E rombiiiing iu them the
t)c qaitlities of a
and a furtfyivg'tonie
Their flrn't uppnrri.i
ttfett is to iucreatn; ho
nppi'tite by caucinp the
fiKid to jiroper'.y n
simU.tte. ThiiH thepyn
tem is nourihhed, and
by their tonic action
on the tliireftive or
puip, regular nnd
nil. . ...... 1. 1:... ...:..
Cuius Fkveb a.d
CfitE 15:Lioca Colic.
B. ii3 J .ipniii y nil
wlich frrivtu take vn
AV.-n, while under tha
inlluence of tlH-k pil!n,
of itself indicates their
adaptability to nonrit h
tho body, "and hence
their eilicnry in curing
nervous debility, nu l
waotiiu; of the mnocles
slupslmeoscf the liv
er, chronic constipa
tion and Imparting
Ccre Kidney Coh-
Cure Tori-id Liveii.
health and Ptrongth to tho system.
A DOCTOR SAYS.
Dr. I. Guy Lewis, of Fulton Ark., writes ; "One
year fl'o I was taken pick, n friend argued bo
idroiilv in favor cf Tutt's Tills that I was in
duced to 11.10 tl.em. Never (UJ medicine have a
happier effect than In my case. After a practice
of a quarti-r of a century I proclaim them tho
best anti-bilious medicine ever used. I have pre
scribed them In hit practice ever feiuco."
They nro coniioundod from mediciual Fubstau
ces that are positively ir from any properties
that can in the leant degr-w ituure the most deli
cate orrmr.ization. They search, cleans', j urifr,
and invigorate the entire "ysteui. ty relieving
the engorged liver, they cleniixe the blood from
poisonous humor, end thus impart renewed
health nnd vitality to the body, raufciug tlie bow
els to act naturally, without v. iiich no one can
A TORPID LIVER
Is the fruitful source of man d;sea a, prominent
nmwng which are Pysncrwia, siik-Headache,
Coetivcne!s lysuntery, liilious Fever, Ague and
Fever, Jaundice, Tiles, Rheumatism, ividney
Complaint, Colic, ( tc
Tutt's Ti'.ln exert a direct and powerful influ
ence ou the Ijver, and will, with certainty, relieve
that important organ from diiease, and restore
Its normal functions.
JDITICX, 35 MUEBAY ST., NEW T0EK:,
Wagon, Huggy, 2Ia:hine and Plow re
jiairing, and general Jobbing.
I am now prepared to do kinds of rep.xliing
of farm .in.! oilier machinery, as there
!t h g'Mid lathe in my shop.
The old Reliable Wason Maker
has taken rliurge of the wagon shop,
lie is well known as a
KO. 1 WOKKMAX.
Sew Wason nnd flucrsie. made to
Shirp on blxUi street oppoitStrisht' StaM
r3 jp 1
xnri arm : :r-r. - mm .
To Hoosiers in Nebraska.
Fi.r.ner resident of l!idi:ti;H now livtns in
the V. e-t. doiriti to oi-tain l!ie n irnni
their oid i!oojer ilorttt. i-IhiuM ut or.v s.:!-si-rin-
lor the beet of all the net k.;.v r-.aiK-rs,
Tiie Northern lndianian.
e;KX. KKVU. Wlf.MA.MS. Editor and l'r"p.
AVitlmut :i doubt Tun Noiitha v IxmAmas
in th" b-7.t wrt-Klv paper pubiislied viiii:n tne
border of lndi;uj;s- It ii a large foity-10'.inuu
folio-thc largest iithtr county and ech r.uui
bT l tilled to repletion with Indiana News.
Editor iN on every Mit.ject. et.oiee Fraginfcw
of l!i-;iry. Select .Sketches, and letters fix.111 its
own C'.rrpiii !ents in t'.it ll.ist ai.'t Vet. The
gr-at izof 'Mir. Noin h kk.h ImhaMAN en:
ables it to fun. ih Us reader" with a spleii'Ii-i
.iiitinuet Story, in addition to its lar-e iiinount
of Misr-la.sfoiis lUiling tnutter. and it is emi
rede.l hv i-vcrv one to b tlie her-t paper pnb'.isii
ed ia the old jimiMer tate. In the i:r-t Miiti
ber of thf-ye n l;y, will be coiniiienceil a new
story ei, titled,
KOXIK, A TALL OF THE IIARItlSON
I'.y tli I"V. Edward Eir-leHon. author of "Th"
ll'oi'Sier SehooImastr.'' "TIih Cin-uit l.ider."
etc.. the plot of which l laid in Indiana. :uid
w hich w i II far siirpa.s any talc ptitillslicd i:ia
At the helium:; of the new yerTliE In MAN
IA wiil -ii.t a iii'imotli lioulde kiiut't 1 1 .j 1 1 1) : '
Niimlter, whieh will i- tin-
I.AI:.;l.sr I-AI'KK KVfcl! riMNTF.I IN AMKlttr-A.
Tliis IiiiiM iniiiiber will be sent lo K-.ular
nl;s( r-.llerH t ii.- ani a" its usual issue, but
g!e eiil. s of ihU cpeeial issui.1 will be 1-1 .t on
receipt ..f t.-n ei-iit-.
Tin: ri;icis k the inhuman ai:i: :
Three kiotitlis (oa trial) s -Vl
Six i;i(;lil lis, 1
Oii.t y-ar, o
Addr.-s ;i:n. Ki:i:n. vii.i.iam s.
IviiI.lMAN ill ll.liIVi, '.Vai:A V .-, I M.
Cliicaso Enrlinsloa & Qnlncy R. II.
IS Til K
East and West.
Running Through Cais
CONNi:TIN(; WITH TIIK
Union Pacific Railroad
Kilt A I.I. I'OINTS IM
y EVA DA.
T 53 Ii I' 4i U C A II S
KANSAS CUT. T0?k'A;ATCH!SC2i i S4. TS?cpn
And the SMOilT LIN K to pll '..duls ou tlie
MI ssi 1! hi, kans s s ri: s. a.i l
JitiCSTllN ; TFXAS MM K.'.l.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars.
C, R. &q. IINIXjCAKS.
hy this norm.
All iiifortintion nbout rate- of f.ue will be
cheerfully -ivea by appiyin? to
J v.J2:s si. !hoes,
Ars'l (leii'I ra.ss. Afc''t. Chic.i;;o
So7f Ajijyointinj Ag -nt for
Th I'nri villi oil 3Iasion & Hamlin
C'A BINET ORG A NX.
Also, the Steel . Henry 1". 'filler. .Hid H.illet
laini-Mon ri.nin.-. for t'ass and Sari.v eounties.
Neb. ('ill and see
s a m ri az 1 xst n r m ents
tt oCice. Sixth, one door souih of M:-.i'i St.
Tnnine and rertairiiitr IMnnos and flrcratis n
specialty, under the skillful bunds of ilr. S. M
blown, a tuueri.i tuii ty-three years exfei in. e.
BOOT AND SIl.) vrOH
Ye liavc just reetiyed a full stoek of
Boats and SUzqqs
which we are selling nt
BED ROCK PRICES
for i'At-b. Wiih our sii!:tll expense ve e.ni eow
pete with anyone in piu-e and quality. We aiso
liiaiiuf.ietuie Moots and Shoes 111 nil the latest
-.tyles, and in-nre :t tit and ssatisleetion. tiive
us a trial. Keiiielab-er tl:: name and plaew.
v Marshall & Son.
licrAiniXG doxi: neat and
C.V Z. L 1 T
LI VERY, EEED AND SALE 8TA
JILL'S. Corner Ctii and I'earl STS.
nor.nr.s r.o.viiDED i;v titk
day, vfi:j:ii, on so.vr:;.
For a Fair Conimission.
TEAMS AT ALL EOr;iS.
rMiiicuI.tr attention paid to
Driving ana Training
lf ';-i?' -" VvVC"-M "- t-j"-4
HOlTTGOItlEEY L SOU'S,
One Door Tat of Dorey & Son'i.
MAINSTULET., - - ri.ATTSMOUTH, M.I!.
We Pay Cash for Produce!
KEEN AX & (iACK.
CIGARS AND TOBACCOS.
I'LATTSMOL'TII - - NEI5.
AIho Uilliard Iln'I nri'l .Saloon cn
Mnin sti (;t, four (Juois fiom .Sixth at
Neville's old il;tf:.
.Store iiii'l saloon on JTain St. two
doors east of the I'ost o.'Iice.
11 EST llll A N1S OF CKA IIS, A LES,
WINES, d-C, AT JSOTJI
lie 111 ember The .Viidip auil llnre.
2,!y Keenari II Grace.
irrc, KTC, ETC..
Of All Dewiptions.
METALLIC BUEIAL CASES
Of all sizes, ready made :u:d o!d chei.p for ensh.
With many thanks for past pn!roriah.-. I invi
invile all to call and c na'iiiuf my
LAKfli: STOCK OK
4otf. i-'i'itxTi'ti: a:V! t:F I
e3 g. IJ?
? ' ji
ir. c "I
G 2 - :
JL'ST Ol'EXliO ACAIN,
New, Clean, First Class 3ftat SIiop,
mi M;iin Street iii Fred Kroiddi-rV old statu
Kverybody on L:niU fr frtslj, tender mc:it
Store opposite Saunders House.
.11 nl 11 Si, l'lattsniOKtb, Xir.
Vi VU KlllUS OJ
Neath; & Proinjdhi
Horse, 3Iulc& OxSliocin.?,
In short, we'll shoe anvthinpr that ha?
four feet, from ;i Z-lr;i to a GiraU'e.
Come and see us.
on Fiflh St.. between M;ii:i anil Vine Streets.
jut across the cnnier from the xr.w UElJAI.r
Dotnil Tinnrni TIoqiqto
ItDlQll JbllJUUi JJ
Vis 1 t:
I . rr .-,...... s ..-r--V-l
Vfc ;tret i:i'A lo ii. form 'x.r t:.u.r.j I'a'rot.-t v.e have ouv.-
"ill-fpectioii," the laredt, el. ;ij?.t, a..'! I'.' .t (, te 1 ; 1 i r- f,f I);y f4.
Notions, Miliii.ery t.tA V:.':y article e'.cr f.I.o-.vn in thin eity.
Special Attention Called
To our ir.as::...'.'
Tl.'s eiohracc t-!r rv!c. t&.x'.iK in ;.r.e fr' m
Qjjw,& vi9 ijoMi'uv a5CA y
Back c& Colored Apxcas,
Bourelles, Barpors, Lustres, Kensingi
Plaids, &c., in Great Variety.
REPELLANTS, WATERPROOFS, LADIES' CLOTHS,
in t!.e very I.ttetl Style.
X very f.ne and lar-e selection. In i:-;tver. Ii;tsr.n.t!, Ua-ket ami Corde.I ii tlitie . .
up. Mianii, F'.atiii'iN. V:.;.nY.eU, V aci'.oi at l:-duecd Iitsj e. h'lMHi ' i '
t nlJ i.i::i!.
NEW LACE SCARFS !
Ties, I3ovs, Crepe, K itches, Etc., r
--1.Y EXDLFSS VAIllh.TV OP"
Ladies' Misses' and Children's all Woo! and Fk
AnytLi;!? you fil to ee, : k for it, fr .ie luire it, at
BED EOOK ZazaiEe !
A Much Ifeedod Want Siipjlfcf
Ik Hew E323.3e2?j32??.se I
CLOTHING, AND GENTS' FURNISHING G0(J!:.
Vi'e have mlded to rnr stick .1 eniplote lit e of MKN.V, Youths' and n.ihln" ' ;
une'jtiiilit u in extent. Q;i:..;:iy ;:ml i'iiee. l.y :t:!y ether l;ou-e in the l i:
"0 Discarded, ISankniDt, or Second Uw.i
AH new Fresh OooJs direct fro;:i tl: MaiiufactTy tit n!;ei tlmt licfy Cornpotli .-,
A handsome selection r-f WJii'e :ir.l Culonjil S'lirls, ovor hirti-,
wear, Ilosiory, Tils, Udws, and t -lc, I hits mil V;i, V, .Vi and si. r-
An inspection is respectively 5oliritr"I which we trust will merit v i
Wo are Deteriiiinrd to Undersell ail Compel! ;.
SOLOMON Ik NATHAN.
and more, by buying a machine that will last you a lifo time, and that L i . .
VICTOK SEVXS'Q MACIII2,E CO.,
LHxral Terms to AgenU.1 2ol Wamait Avk ,
8aui tot Cluiax. Ctr- Ad"-l'a rtt- cu "
i- t i-i- I J i MM i. tj 4 If-. .
has come lionie,
And he lias brought the fine t line
Dress Goods, Staple CJoods, Fanry
Goods and N otionsyou ever saw.
rjT. say EBOtlesBsg fgroccs4
Ie foy Slae ifo?ot &i4
slm&s till you qzmzH rest
hats asBfil caps till
ju iBBust; Iinye
Spring and Summer Goods
Now is your cltnnco bound lo srU
up. want to g) E-rai
For Throat, Lucr. Asthma, imd KiJary.
rorest Tar kicluticn,
or Jnh!ii.::.ii for .v-ri.CciiwL.:;.t:oa, I
!Sroiictjit.i9. nl Ai1ju:. I
orest Tar Troc!:cc.
orf?or. 1 nrcnt, Ilo.-rrar&. l.iklli t ton., 'a Aud
orcst Tas- Salve.
or Umiiu Itiilnim ti Lkt-ns Cui. I'.un,.
Uli Ivl I lift. '
orest Tar InhaJcrr. i
vt UOialtut; f.rfUTth,lVu..ii, J-.'wu. X-;-., j
v 7.:';Jf. '. '. i frits .
oyer and ever so choa
and vndir- 'I a:;;l.-dy. ':
cju in i.-.tt r.v. ;..'.
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