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About Nebraska herald. (Plattsmouth, N.T. [Neb.]) 1865-1882 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 5, 1878)
THE !i ii I! A J, I).
The ceiistis or lTOtjlves the popula
tion of France at G.9U-3.7.S3.
A man in Virginia conn's up five
hundred juhI fifty lineal de.seendants,
all living in a. radius of Uve utiles
The editor who saw a lacfy making
for the only empty seat in a car found
himself "crowded out to make room for
more interesting matter."
Marriage is hccomin. very coiurnon
Hinou tlio (.'at!.oii:prit'hl.s in Germany.
Foreign literature, Science, inJ Art.
TIip Ei.kiti-' Makazink reproduce from
foreign pel -ioiiicali all t lnse articles which are
valuable to Aiiierititin readers. Its fields of se
lection embraces all the leadln;; Foreign ke
Yiv, Magazine ami Journal ; and while th
taste of all elates of readers are coin-lilted
nothing trivial in character, or of merely tran
sient interest is admitted ft its pane. It llan
includes KSSA Y.S. HEVIEIVS. HlOC HA I'H 1
CAl. SKETi'HES. nfsri'HlCAL I'AI'EKs
T'iA ELS. i'OETIi V, A'OI'fLs, and SJIOHT
XI OKIES; and in the cae of SCIENCE (to
, . .m .11 1. W t . , n iiii.ii iiiui;ii nfit;u jiuu it lieu l ii ll ait p. I t-ii . uu
ji.iu.ij iiwi ;- '-.jioi.hij iv. tun ji mat, uie i ecl;l proniinemice is allowed to any particn-
civil law protect 3 them. ' ,V,'i
- tiaily to the most valna
In Southern .Madras 1(5. 000 nut ivr-s ?ie of the great themes of scientific discunv
i . . . .
navo i-een cur. ion to ciirisuaniiy.
The following list comprise the trineiial ie-
rinsieals from which selection are made and
the name of some of the leading writers who
contribute to them :
I'.rit. Quarterly Keview.
West iiiiuiter fceview.
Con temporary Keview.
ho Nilitecntll Crnt'y.
The kin -J lies of tlie Christians, during
the famine, h is won their hearts.
The reek peasants speak a Ian ,511 a ten
which a ol'ee--rained man can easily
Comprehend, after he has mastered the
peculiarities of tin ir pronnn -iation.
The French Dictionary wh c i the
members of the Fiench Academy are 1'opniar Science Kerie'w
prepann has co t 7I,-l:!, ard is now
ready as far as the letter "'IV
Cincinnati wants to;.iavo a jrrand ju
bilee in September, and invit s leO,iHX)
soldi r in tlie late wa- to visit I er, by
way of a grand peace demonstration.
The U3ual pay of a Sepoy Is about l:e spectator, etc,, etc.
I'.Iaok wood's Mns.izine.
New Quart. Magazine,
I .!: il mi Soeiefv.
Sat unlay Keview.
ITo:i. VT. E. Gladstone
Alfred 'i'eiin ysoii.
Rich. A. Procter. I?. A.
.1. N. l.ockyer. F. R S.
Dr. W. It. Carpenter.
K. It. Tvlor.
I'rof. M"ax Muller.
Professor Ow en.
.Mat hew Arnold.
K. A. Freeman 1. C. L
.la's Antony Kroude.
A 1 1 1 1 1 1 y Trollope.
William I'.la. k.
J!is Thackery, Etc.
V't-UIln'c of ierlu.se.
IIw fotvibly the truth comics hotin
!o 11s in these times that the rich of to
day are the poor of to-morrow, t'oine
of the millionaires of a few years an
can be found doin duty as clerks in
our postorfioes and custom houses; the
daughter of a deceased Uostou banker.
who died a millionaire, is to-day work- j
ins witii tlie needle to support herself
and child; a former Wall street broker,
a friend of the late Jim Fisk,once rich,
is now beinnin life anew as an actor;
the city horse cars are manned by men
who have, many of them, seen better
days, and the recruits to tlie dry goods
counter are frequently from the same
class. J5ut many of the unfortunates of
city and village life are returning, lik
tlie prodigal, to the "old place." Al
though money is scarce, and taxes often
oppressively high among the farming
classes, there are few farmers, who liavu
attended striel!y to their l;?g timatu
business, who lind themselves so utterly
beief t of tlie means or' getting a com
fortable living, tu do many of tha deni
zens of our large cities.
Of Ten Years' Duraf hn. The D.c
cfrarges Thick, Bloody, and of
Foul Odor. Senses of Snail and
Taste Who!! Gone. Entirely
SArlFOHD'S HDIOAl GU
fourteen shillings per month, out of f,?;
which he has to buy his own food, verted Irom the w rit imr of books to contrihutinff boitritit .-?
lVltfn nr n,.tinlcflfi,.D ; o.rtf l? ,he I'e.nodicaN. The Eleeetie garners the , 1 ' '
When on activeservice his pay is about choieest h
The Courier-Journal says that Ken
tucky raises more hemp, nee 'h more of
ft, and iis-8 le-s of it, according to pop
ulation, than any other State in the
A New York truekinAii bears away
the palm, in announcing in his adver
tisement that he is prepared to "move
furniture so that it will show to the
A leading Xew York journal humor
ously says that "Culver asserts that the
female corset contains a huge 11 timber
of bones which are not found in men,
for the simple reason that men have 110
Buch organ as the corset."
A Iligganuin, Nonn., couple have
been twice separated by law, and were
recently married for the third time
They had better make a contract with
eonie clergyman to perform the mar
l iage ceremony semi-annually.
A robust fellow, meeting a physician,
ran to hide behind tlie wall. JJeing
asked tlie cause he replied, "It is so
long since I have beea sick, that I am
ashamed to ko!c a physician in the
Gardeners and farmers should, as far
as possible.raise their own seed, whelh
er for the farm or the garden. Good
seed planted in well tilled loamy soil,
with moisture and mild temperature.
Will eusur ood plants.
Lime has been used for apple or
chard with great benetit at the rate of
tweuty oushels per acre. One who lias
eaves from thi rlfh harvest.
STt:iX.i:(;itAVlt;M. Eaeli number
contain a l ino Steel-Kn-ravinu usually a
portrait exeeuteit in the hrst maimer. These
eiiravincs are of permanent value, and add
luiieii to the airractirenen of the Magazine.
TKItllH : Single Copies. 4 rents : one ropy
tion for three' month. The ECLECTIC and I embossed pictures ill the Center of a
ariT magazine to address, vx. I'cstage free
to all fc'ihsei l'(ei.
E. R, PELTOX. riihhslicr,
i Uolid Street. New Vork.
There are many pretty, dainty flow
ers ami leaves which make nice designs
for spatter work when properly ar
ranged. For paper receivers, card baskets,
e c, use white pasteboard, l ay 01 the
lowers, etc., in wreaths, vines,
or some other pretty design,
and thou .spatter with couiuion black
ink, using an old tooth brush and meal
sieve. Tie the parts tog'liier with
bright colored ribbon or braid, instead
of sewing. Bright deealcoinanie, or
fin TlnTinlnTi flninnnn HXnn-rMn
K. I4. ami IV. J. YOIMAXM,
Containing luctrnetive and Interestiiijrartleles
and abrtrarls of artirles, ori inal. eleeled. and
illustrated, from the pens ot the leading scien
tific men of different eountrien ;
Accounts of miiK'it -lit scieiitlfie dife.vfilei
The application of science to the practical ducking will do for the foundation.
41 I ,
wreath, are pretty.
For mottoes in spatter work cut out
large ornamental letteis, lay them on
the cardboard, embellish with leaves,
vines and tiowers, as niay suit your
taste, and spatter w.th common ink.
taking care not to blot. If you wish
some parts of the design sha led, re
move the leaves and spatter slightly.
To make a pretty rug, cut out of old
cloth oblong pieces, three inches long
by two or two and a half wide. Old
ITosrrs-Wects f-, TV-frr: Critlnipr, I f-1 rm
pelled to ar'::i'jr.l'-:v t vm t.t,; ( rc.it b!i--i)t
EiASroEn's H.Blii. ritii Jirji I., en to ni". For
tn yearj I liuv 1" t n r'ilic.:i- j ; t ta. !i, i;!i-oiin
diocese. ad cfr-etluVy Ir. Hi" m-i.t t'Mm li is it
beunifwt bOViTr. 'Ii:o tl-s;:4:.ri;c itiwi l.i-.-a l..l'i
nt bioo1r, pmlit! a f :;I I'llrr o bail t!it u:y
frescnce la a rn-im w 111 ofnrrs wr- v rv oiicnt-'U'fJ
o tlieni.O:n w rk afii r i ' ric.i! tli nn of
Bakfoud'.s Kahici. Ji i:- I v.-. :..it tro-itJi d u-l;i
It lit nil. My i5ff trtTTl tri-ll, widcfi rt
vh'tUn fro::. . havi no.- -i!'v r turacil. ,in,l :r.
erul hcall'a Is i.'.ucli tuiprv. l Vmin.
iitLornvK n. kott.
."! i- fan i tt i iter.
Gbakd H-vpidb, Mich., Kst. 3,
OTtnfn: T?'n purine? of fsw"rrf Cr"R
rriv d h-Toto-nlyhT (.11 riyt.t. I dim't knw wh:tt I
should hnv .t (lon! ii'fthr.l i;ot :-n for tlircnifiy.
I hvntrll Niual Iou-'iii s: ni tv ryiiii-.elu.ii:ul
a!thnui;!i I have locr nlilc io iop Th oitfn.tx'o tlii
chfirjrc, I liav-i not :tU t" rrcnr-.Tiiivn'-ns of
Carte aiul rihII utitll I Xrlvi rkj C t:k. V'l
Cftn rcf-T aiy rn v.u clu t iih-. atjtl I will
Cheerfully inform tfirm 'n tlctull a io ttic t:ncUS
the rvmccy cca to inf. Y up.
GSAIO ItPH;8t Mien., Nov. 25, lrdw
Kot or.'y tiromii'tr rrrestj! thr rorr'vUniT d!:li.ir3,,,il
In C'eturrfi, but", liy syniftHiliet in r.cl Ion, it restores t-J
or.n-1 Iwn't'i u!l llm or-ir t-f tie- iir.l tn:tt h :vi
nrcomc nir etc i iiy it, ai.il i SIHDiloay ol t.it .olWv-
DefeetlTo T!vc!lirT!?,Tnflar.ir(I nnfl T.r.'trry
Even, I'ainfiil ami Watery t:yK, Ls o(
llfaring. taiicar, iNenriilirta orton .ar,
Xifc!iarfreH Trtiiii tlivlisir, ltinin?' 'o!-e 8
la ta ij-Hd, li..siies, . rvourt li-!U-nrho,
Pni.s ill ti Teu.pli'S, Loss of 1 1:3
Senses of Tastonnrl Smell, tlonfrntlon of
the II to la, I ntlaimiiftt ion of tl'o Ton iili,
Futrla Sorn Threat. T'ckliiifr or Ilae':lTr
("on-ch, Iironchitit, aai Ulovtiirif; vi tiio
I:ihiilli;ir Tabe. wli'i full h-ij carclVll .' it.-ii ro l Ul-
rrelior.s for UBd li all s. I'r!r.vi. 1- cr Siilf by
11 v.'i'il!.iH mid r- t iil drujrr'-ts rn i i"!li-ni
tlinnrtittD t::iitel lstni i .. W- F.Kd
IO j 1 ill, if .crul A juutp u..a x.auii-lo I-'rUii-
Hie latest views nut forth rniwin:iiir r-ihinl
phenomena, by savanU of the likrheju' author
ity. , ;
I'romltient attention will a1n- be given to
tlio.se various) sciences which help to a better
ttndcrstaiidins of the nature of man. to tlie
beatings of science upon the ijtiesi ions of societv
and government, to scientilic education, anil
to the conflicts which spring from the progress
ive nature of scientific ki:oledse.
It is .id instructive ami vah.aHe inonthlv. ami
at :i roi;seienee, ! eontiuitally increash.;; in
circulation and intiuenee.
Tltr roiTl.AR Sl IEM'B MdVTIM V U now a
large octavo of l' pages, and w nl bo consider
ably enlarged, beiiiuini; with the issue fnr
January. 1T: ; liaudsomely printed on clear
ivpe. and. when neeessarv Io fanlicr convey
the idea ol the writer, fuilv illustrated.
TkumS; Five dollar per annum: or. fiftv
Sew a row of the pieces around the
outside, then overlapping rows until
the centre is reached. Ilun a thread of
bright (iermantown around each piece
near the edge, and through the founda
tion, to hold it in place, and also a
cross stitch in the center of each one.
The wrong side of old cloth coats and
vests, with a little bright colored ilan
nel, makes handsome and durable rugs
in this way.
l A tilnlily IoUiCrttcI fio-stor, I ranr.if
fftanrifei i-urnlivo uvitt la tlui wirl.l t laeilirlr.n.
nil utter'y Rtirpu.-vii nil other )'iHst,rii lirrtoforo
In ufto. Tficv nori).ril:s!i n r in one vrc' than
the old Pl-.-trrs hi n wl.ule yc-r. Tacy lo Uut pul-
liuic, uiwy c-jy.z. lacy
To Hoosiers in Nebraska
l-'oriner residents of indianfa no-.v living in
the West, desiring to obtain the news fiwm
their old Hoosier Home, xhould at once sub
scribe lor the best of all the wet kly papers.
The Northern iiidiauiiiii.
fJKX. KEUIJ. WILUA3IS, Editor and Prop.
AVithout a doubt Tn k Noktii an Inoiamax
is the best weekly paper published within the
bordeiN of Indiana. It is alarms, loity-coltimn
folio-the larirpst in the eountv Hiid each niini-
ber if filled to repletion with Indiana 'ews. j
Editorals on every subject. Choice Fragments!
of History. .Select Sketches, and letters from its I
own refpoiMlents in the East and West. I he
treat size of Til k NOkth kux Imhaman en
ables il to furnirdi its reader with a splendid
Continued .story, in addition to Us lari;e amount
of Miscelaueous Keadin mvtiter. and it is con
ceded by everv one to be the best paper publish
ed in the old lloosii-r State. In the first num
ber of the year l;y, will be coiumeucel a new
ItOXlK, A TALK OF TH EII AKKISON
l?y the Kev. Edward EjrIe-ton. author of "The
Hoosier Schoolmaster." "1 he Circuit l.'ider."
etc., the plot of whieli is laid in Indiana. :;iid
which will far sin ias any tale pubiislued in a
At the befiiidiit; f the new vearTn k Into av
ian niil print a manifth Double ihect lloli.iay
Number, which will be the
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This double ii it iii I -r will be sent to reclar
tiliscrsibers tiie same as its usual is-uc. but sia-
jile cop.es of tiiis sK-elal issue wiil be iciit on
receipt of ten rent.
THE TICK. MS OK THE INDIANIAN A EE :
Three months (on trial) s m
Six mouths ni
Imp year, 2 iH)
Addles (I EN. EEC 15. WIM.IAMS.
I.VIIIANIAN l;cil.lINO, W'AKSAW, 1.V11.
Ciiica3 Burlington & Qnincy R. R.
i ti IE
II ET WE EN THE
East and West.
Running Through Cars
CONNECTIXC. W ITH THE
KEEN AN & (iKACK.
Retail Lipor Dealers.
; CIGARS AND TOBACCOS.
PLATTSMOUTH - - NEIJ.
Also Milliard Hall and Saloon on
Main street, four doors from .sixth at
Neville's old place.
Store and saloon on Main St. two
doors east of the Post oflice.
It EST JIRANDS OF CIGARS, ALES,
WINES, dC, AT HOT II
ItfinenibcrTlic ?Vame ami I'lure.
241y Keenan & Grace.
ETC., ETC., ETC.,
Of All Descriptions.
We are pleased to inform our many Patrons that we liave opened for
"inspection," the largest, cheapest, and most comjdete lino of KY (JOODS
Xotions, Millinery and Fancy articles ever shown in this city. '
Special Attention Called
To our ma;rni!ic' iit assm tiin nt nf
-1 ft . T? T, 7 T7 TSO if-K ,
iho embrace twelve grades, ranmj; in pii,-,
METALLIC BURIAL CASES
Of all sizes, ready made ami sold cheap for cash
With many thanks for past patronage. I invi
Invite all to call and examine my
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past: To present a'l the news in a rea
dable shape, ai.d to tell Lho truth
though the heavens fall.
The Srx has been, is, and wil con
tinue to be independent of every bodv
It llrvo AT.?cl!.!ii? r ff li Hicft.
itcli vc AKi-'.tions I'tli.? Kuni.
It- II io Aii'cctions ort'io Ii'T.r
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sr. n.trr Ti nt m-v the extir rf vonr stifTcr.
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cur intr.li'ii. il- r i i I twit t i:est iiupor.
tir,;itiC:vrri i-Ii-.TiMiary i.af nr.rk T sisl :ian .1
yenra, s:al ih;;tc mill. r,f;v ; !"-::;!i n:i '-s-ic
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Prlnc, C"i Cents.
Kolt A LI. POINTS IX
COLOR A DO.
T ".rf.i! to f r CO tt.TV " VT.TAIC TI A9-
TI-.K K-:"l iu t-i-t i'!ii-- vor. all s- mui it Foul ij
r. l Win-.-!. ..l-i.:-. I l' t.::l l ii;i-i:!s-s 'liro.n.-hntif Cm
I r- i i-.-t .!-.:- i-s. I i.l. w.uSil'Or-
nd I were the heroine!" Kate: This paper has acquired a wide pop- ' F f "' " "o
.! with her persecutions, her ula.ityfor the tiieside enjovment it 'n! V 'n"'Sl
.. . ,, , . , . ,, ', rr....t. ,,ii..u . : i i- , Kepuulican against thet ishoiiest Dem-
" Laura: "Ah, but lien dear, affouU .11 ul as .oi, me an estal.hshed oc,. U doA not talie its cue frolu
ber she does tret a husband afLer uthonty w ith tlie ladie?. . 1 . Lven- r
It is said that while the Koh i noor i3
at the Paris exhibition some Hindoos
will make an effort to steal i', on ac
count of the superstition th-t India
will be suhje t to i;n land while the
Koh-i-noor is in the uueen's oossession.
A Plorentine friar has constructed a
good time-keeping watch only a quar
ter of an inch in diameter. It has
many indicators, t esides simple hours
and minutes, such as days of the week
Tha end crowns t:se work. I.nura
(with novel): "Oh, if this tale were onl
true, and I were the heroine!"
remember she does get a husband after
When reproved for failing to krep an
engagement with another gentleman
yesterday, a brave hut devoted Utah
husband repiie 1: "My dear s r, my in
tentions were excellent, but a man with
a red haired wife is liable to break
many engugiii.tiits nga!::st his will."
Prown's wife went to the dentist!
lately, and took gas. The new set of
teeth is not ready, nor i.n she ready; and
so there lias been p;;ace in tho fhown
family for several days. As Ptown
f fit . "
joyiuiiy remarked. "Her mouth
closed for repairs.''
Tlie rootl. t3 thrown out from n-alt
during germination and afterwards
separated front the grain contain iron:
twenty-four to thirty per cent of al
lmmen, and laj bushels of Bprouts
(l,2)0 pounds) arc, therefore, a? faed,
equal to 4,G2S pounds of hay.
Can our readers fmly lealle the Idea
that tlie telescope reveals the fact of
there being 1.s,(ui(!,i-uj of sta:s in ihe
milky way? According 10 Ilumboldk
there- are 1.0?, in the whole heavens,
more than about t,0oj htars visible to
the naked eve.
Air will support a creature much
heavier than itself, but water will only
support a iish of about equal weight,
bulk' for bulk. A t'.sh bearing the same
proportional weight to its elemental
medium as the bird do.-a to theatmos
phere, wou'd be heavier than platinum.
What a beautiful ex.-.mple of simplic
ity in dress is shown some of tlie fol
lowers of fashion by that domestic an
imal, the cat, which rises in the. morn
ing, washes its face with its right hand,
gives its tail three jerks, and is ready
dressed for the day.
She asked the clerk if he was positive
thoroughly convinced the eggs weir
fiesh. (Jh, yes' sai l the yo.mg phi
losopher, "1 know they are. why, the
farmer said none f his liens were more
than a year old." She bought a bas
ketful en the ?ict.
An English grupa grower, whose
vines were uiuch affected by the mealy
Lug, applied, with a small brush, a
luixtuie of a pint of sj irtis of wine and
four ounces of petroleum. He de
scribes the result as "wonderful."
The insects were destroyed and the
plants suffered 110 harm.
A lawyer once asked the late Judge
Pickens, cf Alabama, to charge the jury
'that it is better that ninety and nine
guilty men should . sc .pe than that one
innocent man should bo punished."
"Yes' Faid the witty Judge, "1 will
give that charge, but in the opinion of
the court the ninety and nine guilty men
have already escaped ia this county."
He hiid proposed to her, and now
with fear and trembling waited for her
answer. "Only one word," ho said, "il
but to keep a'ive the tires of hope with
in my bosom' Sh h-oked at him ten
derly, nay, lovingly, and her lips moved
in accents that went to the depth of his
soul. She had asked l.iin i.o w much he
erii-il Wtf-lr .
I). APrr.ETOX & CO. rublN!-.eM.
5U & ,r51 Broadway, New York.
illustbai ie id.
2?oti:es of thi Press.
To dress according to Harper's Pa-
zar will be the aim and ambition of
tlK? women of America. lioston Tran
As a faithful chronicle of fashion.
and a newspaper of domestic and social
character it ranks without a rival.
and everything save the Truth and its
own convections of duty. That is the
only policy which an honest newspaper
nee 1 have. 1 hat is the poncy which
has won for this newspaper the conti
deuce and friendship of a wider const i
tnency man was ever enjuycu by any
other Ameiican Journal.
Tin; Sen is the newspaper for the
people. It is not for the rich man
against the poor man, or for the poor
man against the rich man. but it seeks
to do equal justice to all interests in
the community. It is not the organ of
any person, class, sect or party. Then
need be no mvsterv about its loves ami
hates. It is for the honest man against
the rogues every time. It is for the
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Address HAurizn & IJrotiikks,
Inference lias been made to a breed
of swine in Texas, whose hoofs ate not
cloven. Kncli a circumstait e might
have caused some confusion if the
breed had been known to the fram-r o
the Levilical law. Dr. Cones has r
ceutly examined rpci;iien.s of these
swine, and lie declare i tint "the ani
mal iscomplelely solidungulate' The
hoof is perfectly solid, and on its sole
there is a broad, angular elevation uf
horny substance, which is curiously
like the frog of the hois-."s hoof. The
breed is so firmly e.-dabl.shed that no
tendency to revert to the two toe,!
form is observable. In case of a cross
between the solid-h ofj I b ir and a
sow or the ordinary typ., the- m .ijorit v
of tlie progeny have the peeuli triti s
of the ma!a parent. Dr. Cones say?
that there is, i-i this instance, a c ce o!
change from an artiodaciylj m.immai
to a perisso l isly'e f from even-toed io
idd-toed.) Ihst Professor J. D. Dam
contends th-.t t"n- pig is nolens nrtio
dactyle than be fori, since, although
the two toes are coalesced ift!ieit e
tremity, tr.ey are slid pirsent, and t!i
outer one of t!i two equ ilstlie nn r
whieh, he m iiiitains, is tiie c.'riraetet
ibiicof the even-toed miurii.i s.
Al-oi.t ett.iy t'.ree per center the
population of New York city are for
eign, or of foreign parents, and o ly
"v. i;teeu percent p ire and unaduit--raieil
native. Forty-live per cent of
the whole 1. umber were born abroad.
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PI L LSI
t :j p. o f a :i c .1 1 s
KANSAS CiTi T3PEK A, ATCHISON & St. Jescsfe
the SIIDKT LINE to all points on the
.ViSM.riM. K VSAS VS.;'I EX AS. anil
HOI STUX .v TEXAS! E.VIKal
FulimanjFalcee Sleeping Car?.
CEI. EI'A'i EI)
c. r.s& q. DINING CAUS.
UY THIS 1 OUl
Ail illf Iitritirvn ntinnl r-.(.w .f f . .... .m i.
fheerliilly liven bv ai-olviii" tn
; I Ji 11
;b rs t 3
as . t
C 1 3
7' zr. '
2 2 ' r'
Back c0 Colo id Apneas,
Rourettes, Barpors, Lustres, Kensington
Plaids, &c, in Great Variety.
REPELLANTS, WATERPROOFS, LADIES' CLOTUS,
in tlie very Latest Styles.
A very fine ami liir-e seh-etion. in Heaver. Diagonal. Ilasket ami Cor.te.l .pi .lities. from to
up. Shawls, riannels, Illankets, Comfortal.les, at Keilueeil l'iyures. I O.M E.STICS,
ot a!i kinds.
NEW LACE SCARFS!
Ties, Bows, Crepe, Ruches, Etc., Etc.
AX EX D LESS VAIUETV OF
Ladies' Misses' and Children's all Wool and Fleece
Anything you fail to se.!, ask for it, for ue have it, at
BED BOCK PBICES !
A Muck Weeded Want Supplied
CLOTHING, AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
WC "aVe tltia indent. ZA. ZlX.W
"No Discarrtcrt, Unnknipt, or Scrifiid Hand
All new Fresh Gou.ls ilirect It-mi the Manufai t;iy at piiees that .lefy C j-.-t i f 1. v,.
A handsome selection of White and Colored Shirts, over shirts Punder
wtar, Hosiery, Ties, P.ows, and etc.. Hats and Citps, l', ts and slioes.
TBUHKS JlSrjD VA.LISES
An inspeciion is respectively s.diei!d whieli we tiusf will ne lit M-nr t.at-
A NOTED DIVINE SAYS
THEY ARE WORTH THEIR
READ WHAT KE SAYS:
Dr. Tctt : Dear Sir: Fortcu years I h.ivn
lieeu a martyr to l)y?peri!--i:i, Cotrijiation mil
l'iles. Ijst S;;:n your Pills were rii-omrieu ;1"1
to in.;; 1 ns, 1 laem ( hut vvitti lit:!.; f.sitli). I
Bin now weil man. linve umI n;;etlce, s
tiou js rf.-ct, r-'ulur pioos, pih-s one, mni I
haw turned forty pounds eoiid ll-.rh. They aro
worth their weight in iroM.
Hey. It. L. SIJU'KOX, LoiusvilU-. Ky.
C. K'.rKUii I?.
7 tiirSlS !
Wk are Dcti tih -nr! to I;ndrsiH nil roipcliJors.
SOLOiuOK & HATHA PI.
CUILB bICK IlAI-1CUC.
Cuus Feveh and
Dr. Tutt n.-:s W-n e!i-iM:r-
il in t.a: iiraetieo
of ni'.'iliehia HO year,
nn I for a long time
was Demonstrator of
Anatomy in the Illetl
.cnl Collejre of Geor-
iii,hence pi-rtoiid xipiujr
Ins I'uis have the tniar-
nnteo that they arc
prepar,sl on tcieutitli:
iriiiclp!es,und are free
f mm all f;ni.ikc-rj-.
He lias enccewled In
roaihiiiing in them tl'.e
tic qualities of a
ati'l a piitiifit.g U'Htc.
Their lirst tieiMin-ut
effei-.t is to increane the
appetite hy causing the
fiMul to jiroperly ns
similate. 1 hui theeys
teia is nourislietl, iind
hy their tonic action
on the digestive or-
jmns, regular a ti d
TUTT'S PiLLS Iim-
CuiaBaan-iCuwc. 2 T!'! rnp.dirj wii
Cl RE Toupiu LlVilll.
which jKjfunx take on
tl.: h. while under the
Intiuenee of these pills,
of itself iudk-ateg tlirir
adapt ahility to nourish
tin; hody, and hence
their efiicacy in eurin
uirrvons debility, mel
wastin'i: of tlie musclca
ghiginshtiiissof tho liv
er, chronic constipa
tion and Iinnartm
oca.iii ana Firengtu to the system.
A DOCTOR SAYS.
Dr. I. Guy Lewis, of Fu'tou Ark., writes ; "One
year ao I v as taken t-ick, a friend craned so
htronsjlv in favor of Tntfa I'ills that I wai iu-duc.-l
to nso t!.em. N. ver !ia in slic-n-j have a
happier effect tliau in my rase. After a practice
of a quarter of a century I proclaim them tho
be.-t unti-biliou i metlicineever iistil. I haw pre
scribed them in ray practice ever pince."
Taey ar coiiiiioniidod from medii ina! sulj-lan-cen
that are positively free from cny proju-rtiea
that c:m in the least decree inian: tli'e n:cB-t deli
cate organization. They s-aivh, cleans,-, purify,
uud inviirorate Ihe entire tem. J5y re!ievhi"
the cnorgisl liver, they cleanse the i:o.id from
JiOisoiiouB lmniors, iii id thus impart n-intied
health end vitality to the lxx'.y, causing the Tkjw
rls to actual urally, without vhich no ouo can
A TOPPED LSVZR
1,. ..... r .--.i -
- i ii- i.ii!..iiissjarceot iaaie-i...-s.-a.--, proniluent
ainwng whic h are Dysp. psia. KicW-ileadathe,
Costiven.-ss, l.'yf.nterr, Kilioas Fevi-r, Atii and
Fever, J::un.lice, I'iles, Kjemiuiism, Kiduey
Coniplaiiit. Coac, c 1c.
Tutt'j r.'Ks xn t a din-ct and powerful influ
ence on :1k- I.iv. r. Mid v ill, v.ith certainty, re!.-ve
that Important or-an t;o.n ti..-ea', aiid restore
iu noinial functioi.s.
SOLD TJVEKTV. HZSE,
fXIICZ, S3 SIUH2A-1- ST., NZTW YOIUC'
i j ' m tikJ
A. G HATT
H'ST UI'KN! 1) ACAI .
Xtir, Clean, First C ass Hint Shp,
on Main Street in Fred K i .. ,d.! taa.l
Everybody i n h.-.tid f, r tioh tender meat.
13 i f.r1
Sol," App'oitinj Ajent for
The I'ririvHi:el ??;im!ii A Hamlin
CA BTNET ORGANS.
Also. t';e Steek, He -rv F. Miller, and Hallel
X Ciiei-'toii I'ianos for Cass and Sarpy counties.
eli. C ill ami .see
S A MI'L i: UMEXT.S
at oflh-e. SiMli. one door south of Main St.
ri.Arr.s.Moi Tii. ne.
Tnniei; ami rrpaidni; Pianos Mm Orfr.uis a
specialty, under the skillful hands of .Mr. S. M
lirowii. a. luaerwf mil ly-tlne Vears epei in'ee.
f '8 P
Wajou, Ii it ;;;, 21 whine awl Plow re
pairiwj, anl ijem ral jobliug.
I am nr w I'leprt-.l to do ;i kinds of rep liiin
tf lai::i ami njiier machinery, as t'.K-iv
i" a i;'nn! iall-.t- iu in v si:ou.
The old Reliable Wason Maker
has taken charge of the wa-.-iy -diop.
lie is well kno-.vii us a
.'U. I '.Vt.nXMAN.
Xew Vatr. ami ;:frt:e iai to
S A T i S H ACT U 1 N lil.U: A TlIK.D.
Shop on Sivih sliect o-iji-jsite Stre-ijht's St Vol J
K T AND SIIO STOIl
We h.ne jtist n eeiyed a full stock of
Boots and Shoes
vJiieh we are selling at
UEI) KCCK rKICKS
r'or ea-li. Will: oiirsiaa!l epci,scs e can c iki
K-te with :e:i-re in pri-.-e and M't-'Iilv. W e aK.
im'tinf.K ttire it m.;s and Shoes in all ' the latest
siyu-s. and iiisiiif h tii ami sat is: eel ion. lim
ns a trial, l.'euieiiiher tie; n;.n:e and place.
2:" Marshall & Son.
RKl'AlIilXO DOVE XEAT ANI
Store opposite Sannileia Iloufe.
Main St, IMaffsmoiith, olr,
B LA CKSJ1I Til
All kindsj of
fat: m iMn. v.v. i :. t.
Neath;, tf- Prompt hi
d - hf
.in. i t:
j and more, by buying a mac Line tliat will l-iut you a life tiuie.
VICTOK SEWING 21ACIIIXK CO.,
(UbenJ Terms to AgenU. I'J'J ami )l VAini'it Av::.,
fienfl for cirttiflr. L'"r- ' ' "-" '
P. MKK(SI-:S, AiiOiit.
lias come liomo.
And he has brought the fine Ii 13
Dress Goo(Is, Staple (ioods, Fancy
Goods and IV otionsyou over saw.
'..1.. a s in
In short, we'll -slioe anything that 1 1 -ir
four feet, fi oin a Z'ui a to a (Jii all'e.
f'o.ne and see us.
tiFi'thSf.. li-Mvei-n Main an. 1 Vine Streets,
ust across the comer from the sv.w 11 EKA l,
f VA 1
sir t-. m
Ises till yo?B emuH rest
t'.V Z L T
LIY FRY, FEED AND SALE ST A
Corner 6th ;md I'earl Sts.
Ifncsr.s i:oai:ikd t:v tiik
R.tr, viizhil, on ..tij
h a n S E S D O U O H T .
For -i Fair Co:ni:iissk).i.
TIM 52 S 4T ""i'Le. "lOIKS.
Fa: ,;-.:::;: ;: : p.;: I To
jon must foaaje
Spring and Summer Goods eyer and ever so cheap
Non is your ;haw.o lou?il to sl! uiil uwl'-rs' 11 uuyiaifj. Huriy
up. traiit to 'jo E-, t ay tin next month.
N T?. ST ?1 ' ' R CT2 TO
TcT TLroat. I-iiae.'. Asthma, ani III laeys.
CeBESlLUi THE W0RLDV& 4
erect Tar fBo!ut:on;j
or Inhahnim for f-itarrh. Cocauci; tija,
ilroiici.itlB. and Atitn... j
rorest n ar b rccsi
iB crt-iTTi; i lirijEi, jio.na tscs", i.c
j - i'ur:: u;f tli-; Ure-.ta.
z.r Cough aai
or iiahuc ln!-,u.at tcr-T. t'lrcri, C:::.
i jT 1 i t s.
' 3 OT ''!cpr'l Ila-.t!,-. Kali I:i.cku, sila Din:
tr-.e loilct aria iiata.
3 or tor C&tarrfc, Ccr.Etn.ptlon, A. tli.iMi. !
Few York Office, 27 BEEZMAN ST.
Sale by mil T'rtiUts.
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