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THE HE MA LI).
Quick believen need broad llio-l.
America if furnuhina: horaet and mule
for the Zulu war.
Kansas, since 1865, has put tinder cul
tivation 6,000,000 acres of prairie, organ
ized forty counties, and built 2,800 milt
TIs old but true : "Trying to do busi
ness without advertising is like winking
ht a pretty girl in the dark you may
know what you are doing, but nobody
. Fourteen years a?o there was only one
Bessemer steel establishment in the coun
try. .Now there are eleven, with an annu
al production of more than five hundred
An eminent English mechanic thinks
that foreiim competition would le impos
sible if the t miles unions spent their
money in educating their men instead of
fighting their masters.
An electric lamp for surgical and den
tal operations has been exhibited, com
bining the advantages of stroDg light, con
Venient adaptation and easy adjustment
The cost is aljout $100.
A little boy refusing to take a pilL his
mother placed it in a piece of preserved
pear, and gave it to mm. In a lew m:n
utcs she said: "Tommy, have you eaten
the pear?" "Yes, mother, all but the
An English officer in Zululaod writes
home: 44 V hen we had to bury a quantity
of Zulus, one of the soldiers said, 'I have
txjcn a butcher and a tailor, but never did
I expect to be the sexton of a lot of
Of course no woman ever did such a
thing, but suppose now, for the sake of
argument, as it were, that a woman were
to go to church for the purpose of show
ing her new sacque, would it be sac-religious,
so to speak I JJotion Traveller.
TVhat city in France is a man about to
Tisit when he goes to get married T He is
going to Havre (have her). A crusty old
Imciielor being asked the question, replied
To Rouen" (.ruin). The wretch.
"Do you say your prayers regularly er
ery night and morning!" asked a sympa
thetic lady of a bootblack, to whom she
had just given a trifle. "I alluz sez 'cm
at night, mum; but any smart boy can
Sake care f hisself in the day-time," was
the little rogue's reply.
Cows, says the North Carolina Journal,
nave almost become the medium of ex
change hereabouts since the scarcity of
a t " .
money, a. mm cow passes ior f a, a cow
in good winter order goes lor f 10, and a
bang-up fat cow is $13. In time we pre
sume calves win De used tor small change
"You look weary, sir; what will you
order?" asked Ned at a Chicago hotel, as
a lank, lean, hungry looking man sat
wearily down at the table. "Yes, I'm
tired," replied lie, then after a painful
pause, he added: Give me some hash,
if you've got it; that'll save lalor. I'm
too tired to chaw."
A demure looking chap hailed a char
coal peddler with tue query, "Have you
got charcoal in your wagon T "Yes, sir,"
aid the expectant driver, stopping his
horses. "That's right," observed the de
mure chap, with an approving nod, "al
ways tell the truth, and people will re
spect you !" and he hurried on, much to
the regret of the peddler, who was get
ting out of the wagon to look for a brick.
The Baltmorc firm of Martin Gillet A
Co, are so anxious to introduce the cultiva
tion of the tea plant at the South that they
offer $1 a pound for all the leaves shipped
to them, agreeing to cure and prepare
them for the market themselves. . A
member of the firm, who has had experi
ence in China and Japcn, has been ou a
tour of inspection and is convinced that
the tea can be raised in Georgia as well
as in Asia.
In Prof. Huxley's work on name there
is this passage : "One of the most curious
peculiarities of the dog mind 13 its inhe
rent snobbishness, shown by the regard
paid to external respectability. The dog
who bnrks furiously at a leggar will let a
well-dressed man pass him without oppo
sition. Has he not a 'generic idea' of
rags and dirt associated with the idea of
aversion, and that of sleek broad-cloth as
sociated with the idea of liking."
In a paper reviewing some of the facts
disclosed by recent cavern explorations,
pointing to the existence of man on the
earth in the period of the now extinct
mammals, Callard endeavors to maintain
that the weight of the evidence supports
the view that the mammalia referred to
became extinct at a much more recent
day than is usually supposed, and that
the remote antiquity of man is not there
fore thus conclusively established.
A colored voter in Mobile, relates a
southern paper, was employed on elec
tion day to take some kerosene oil to a
railroad depot for shipment. On his re
turn from the depot, he was asked for the
receipt for the kerosene oil. Putting his
hand in his pocket, he pulled out an elec
tion ticket. "This isn t the receipt," ex
claimed the merchant. "Bress de Lord,"
was the response, "I'se done gone an'
voted the kerosene oil ticket."
It may be well to state the fact that our
Interest in the Holstein cow is purely on
account of her superior excellence as a
dairy animal, her economy as a feeder,
her quality of readily fattening and mak
ing good beef, her docility, hardiness, and
largo size. We neither import, breed, nor
deal in the breed. Believing in her su-
Kriority, we would have all dairymen
lieve in her too, for their own interest
and the general benefit of the entire coun
tfjt -The Holstein excels the other breeds
ia quantity of product continued through
adong time often eleven months or more
in the year.
We have no fear of contradiction in as
serting that the individual value of our
dairy cows, when but once crossed on the
Holstein - breed, will be increased fully
one-third, . from $20 to $34, or upon the
entire stock of the country, which will
amount to the enormous sum of $119,499,
955 increase, which would amount to the
grand total value of the cows in the United
States, in round numbers, to $397 998,821.
This would doubtless be the most speedy
and prompt method of adding to individ
ual as well as to the national wealth.
Can any one tell howra man who is
always complaining that he cannot
afford to subscribe for the Tillage
newspaper, and from week to week
borrows it of his neighbors, can afford
to risit every entertainment given in
the village hall?.
An oriental traveller described this
busy scene, witnessed on his historic
shores:. "Our steamer landed on a
beach which was the port of Antioch,
where the disciples were first culled
Christians." There was no town at the
water's edge, no people, no wharf. The
passengers and the merchandise were
pat ashore in lighters, which ran up
into the sand: A troop of camels, with
their drivers, lay on the beach, rtady
to transfer the good3 int the interior.
Atnong the articles landed wer boxes
marked 'Db. J. C. Ayer & Co . Low
ell, Mass., U. S. A., showing that they
contained medicines- and whence
they came. These with other goods
were hoisted on the backs of came s
fr transportation to Antioch. Thus
the skill of the West sends back i s
remedies to heal the maladies of popu
Sns that inhabit those Eastern
shores, whence our spiritua manna
cameZ-WIndsor (Vt.) Chronicle.
.000 FEET ABOVE THE SEA-
T following trsthnonlala mn from M . J.
O. ItotwntTH 9uIebVrr,Col lar ai4 Influ
ential drtiKfrlntai Tny rrport fanpraee-dantodly
Imtf ! knd Universal auractloo. No otbar
dlseas la SO ftlirmiiirlr prevalent In that res-Ion.
They apeak or the fellowum (coUcmea aa anioag
Ibctr but clUxeoai
X ft. Tbmrorth A Co., fiener, CL: GnOeim,-
Prompted liy a fWlow-fcvllua; for those afflicted
With Catarrh, I wHh to a 1J my tv.t!mny In bvhalf
.f r-AN r OhJJ'S UA PICA L Aj UK FOR t ATAKHH.
I have iH-rn ftorel v atflictcd with t tilt fearful (1 ifH-OHO
for f.jar yeara.ar.rt have trl'-rt every known remedy
without avail, until I Ixiii-I't a iKJtih; of the fthova
Clllri from you, which Ke me almost Instant ro
lief. It bi-lnir a conn: itullonal a w:ll as a local
tvnioil y, 1 be 1 ievi it to r.e all that to claimed for it
aviiaiilcal Caro for CntnrrU.
Wry truly roun, WM. AMM'IVK.
Denver, bept. la; witU Jcoson, iillsa & Co.
JtfMir. J. O. Fwnrorth A Co ferrrer: Gnt?rmiij
1 tnkfi nlcnMiro li recommending SANKOKlt'S
IlAIlH AL tt'KK FOlt CAT A HUH to all who art
inflicted with tins 1 lm;a.. I was preatly afflicted
w ith U for a Jon time, nd card It with two bot
tie of the abore c l'l:E. About a year afterwards
I wa axsfn taken Willi Catarrh quite aeverrly, and
Immediately srnt fur another bottle, which fixed
me ail ritfht, Riving ma relief from the flrt dote.
1 am rouQ.leDt that this remedy will do all that la
claimed for It, and more too. A tablng yon success
la lu lutroductloa. I im very truly roar.
Jk. IV. SMITH.
Denver, Oct. 4, 173. of Smith VoVL
it'UKrt. J. O. ISomcvrth. ACo-Drnver, Oit . Grrt
Vrnwn, I bve oed SANTOUU'S RADICAL
CGKK FOK CATAKliH. and It haa plven perfect
attraction. I Imve tried almost everything, and
It la the only thine that haa (riven mo relief. I
therefore tiiKe pleasnre In recomiqr-mtlnjr Ita nae
to all afflicted with Catarrh of auy kind, and Oiler
till as ruy testimony tolls beucfl'.
Very tnify, W. 8. DECER
Jc aver, Oct 1, IS. 5.
REV. J. H. WIGGl?. SAYS:
On f the best remedies for Catarrh, nav, trte
riest remedy we have found in a lifetime of Buffer
ing, la SANFoniVS KAl'ICAI, Cl'KK. It la not
unpleasant to lata through tho nwrrm, and there
comes with each bottle a small itlaea tube for nsa
In Inhalation. It clear. Uia bead and throat so
thoroughly that, taken each morning o i rlslnfr.
there are no unpleasant Becrrtiousand no disagree
able hacking daring the eut Ire day, but an unpre
cedented clearness of voleo and respiratory organs.
ev. J. II. Wiggln, in JjnrckuXtr (Ma4.) lieacon.
Each p.irVitoe contains Pr. Sanforrl's Improve 1
TnhRlliijjTube, with full dlrertiona fur uhs In all
cases. Price, l.M). Korsalo by all Wholesale and
KetallDrocirlstsamlltealers thronghont thel'nlted
ritatrs a-id Canada. WEEKS l'UTTKI'General
Agents and Wholesale llruKgHtts. Iloston, Mass.
For XiOeal Fains, Ijameneaa, Soreneaa.
"Weakneww. WnmbnaM and Inflmnmtlcm
of the IiUng. Liver, Kidneyn. Bplee)Ti.
23oweI, Bladder, Heart, and Mtmclea. sra
equal to an army of doctor- and acres of
plants and ahruba. Even In Paralysis.
Epilepsy or Fita, and ITervona and In
voluntiry Muacular Action, this Plaster,
by Kallying the Uervoaa forces, haa
effected Cnree when every other known
remedy haa failed.
Trie, R5 Cents.
Anlc for CoIIina Voltalo Plaster, and
Insist on having it. Bold by all Whole
a"aJe and Retail IruKi3tathroughout the
TJnited States and Canadaa. WK3 A
POTTEE, Proprietors, Boston, Mass.
O. F. JOHNSON,
Ail Paper Trimmed Free of
ALSO DEALER IN
Prescription Carefully Compoandrd
by an Kxperteneed Drngslat.
REMEMBER THE TLaCE.
6th ST 2 DOORS SOUTH OF MAIN
A. G. HATT
JUST OPENED AGAIN.
Neic, Clean, First Class Meat Shop,
on Main Street In Fred Kroehler's old stand
Everybody on liaud fur fresh, tender meat.
LIVERY SALE AND FEED
Carriages always on Hand,
..:; uotice i
T want all of mv :wcomitrt fettled to tl.it(.
atll 1 sllllll I na mure t-letlit ltiiness. All olil
fircount.s must ! settled tip. iind nu now ones
will ho iu:i1. I nles .sin-ii uceuunts uru fettled
alinrtlv tliev will le fiieil.
I w islj to do a strictly cava liusiness 1h future.
4 Oly l'lattsuiuutli. Neb.
A. H. Jackman & Sons.
Shippers of Grain.
tySiecial attention given to all kinds of Cus
: OLD AND RELIABLE. .
- --wmr mm MM urn - - - - - lirilaf
is a StaadarJ Familj Remedj for
a . : " i :w
jand Cowels. It is Fuxeljr
j? vegetable. It nerer
Debilitates It is
SVDRI -dST WILL TCLL lor ITS BKri TATIO.I. J
J. F,. BAUMELSTER
Furnishes Fresh, Ture Milk,
Special calls Attended to. and Frsh Milk
from same cow furnished when wanted.
SrQN, CARRIAGE and ORNA
Shop over the JJrick Block
next to II Boeck's.
Wagon, Buggy, Machine and Plow re
pairing, and general jobbing
I am now prepared to do all kinds of repairing
of f ami and ot bar machinery, as there
is a good lathe iu my shop.
PETER RAO EN,
The old Reliable Wagon Maker
has taken charge of the wagon shop.
He Is well known as a
NO. I WORKMAN.
Sew Wavsons and Jlussie anade to
Shop on Sixth street opposite Straight's Stable
V. D. JONES'
Again takes the
Brick Livery Stable.
rLATTSMGUTH, - - NEBRASKA
The oM TTonner Rt.-ibles. iu FlaltMiiouth. are
now leased by Wm. I. JONES, svnd lie has on
hand new and liauii-ome accoiuiHOtlatious, iu
the sh;iic of
HORDES, CARRIAGES, BUGGIES,
I am prepara! to keep HOUSES
FOR SALE TRADE!
Train and Break Colts
On Reasonable Terms.
' That w ith "plenty of room (that every one
knows I have) in my stable. 1 can get Fannere'
Ktock and wagons, loads- of hay, &c, uiidvr cov
er, where they will keep drv.
ThiiukhiR ail mv old patrons for their liberal
ity. 1 solicit their trade for the future, satisfied
that 1 ran accommodate them better and do
better by them than cverbefore.
r- a i i i. s. w -. m
r?J?l VI tiiW in m Practice
"with UDprecedented reeults.J
r' SEND FOR CIRCULAR. 2
IS. T. W. SANFOSD, M.D., IS SZt T.
PROF. HARRIS. RADICAL CURE
. r- u r. .
"ccrr'.iPJ Al . daqtii i rm
u4 hrw Dvpartuic in Mef
ire Rftdj for rh MMdy
tninaiiist Car ol
BemlDsil CmiMiont 4k
IiBpotny b U omly
tru way, Vlai XHrt
A. r)rlirsvf inn is iK nr4.w
ripv! sjsrtM n mi j'i acwn uj AOorpnD. atifl X4 r
Untl iU pperiTie itUlianr on tn lvminal mi1h Elao
Mlntorir Jurts,PrtMrmt9 ttland ami Urrthra. Th mn
tth fUmMlfii artndMi with u pain r ixmti
ImmtdiaU aooiainf aad rMloraHT HTrrt hboii iha
kai aad nvrrout tnanianoiij wrecks tram Mlf-aau a
au axeaaar, topping Uta anm trwiu t rtm, rm.
inrratDiBawkfftiu ara louna memory, rwtn
t)iDimtifMof8icht. Nerrcut Debility, Con fu at on
of Ideas, Aversion to Society. Z.o.tic. aatl ttit arpar
anca af pronmtur old ago utml.y arrufnattric thi
trtMshitt, a:it rctri pcrfct Effm. Vijfor. w tiar it ha
m-an noriiianr ior vrr. i ois imxir or trratntaHt lia iia
1hrl-?in wry mwrc raM. anil t now a proronncrtl
nrr. Diuif crc t o mtirh prceritsed in flimc tivtihu-a,
ml, ni many run L-nr uitr.ea to, with bt:t Irt'e it any
tin, IVtu-.M'fil nhri-i'mn ctm tic ft noitvfflv anaian
teo that Is t !'l jrie aatisfaction. Duriu(t the eislit
TarMi. u iias art'ii in frvucrai e iiur t:iotiaj U
vt t-iinon.u1ii ni tJ ii t&Iuc, tinl It U kiot iuncd
ei by the .Mdlnl Jr. f--n ti he tha nu-t rtlmil
riiMm yt dirvrfl ! ruarjtinx and curing tkU very prrr
tlcii tr'ihia. Dial it well kno.M to bi ih raimr of'bitiitd
in l wry to o minr, ind lipon srham Juaeka prry with
thciritf!at nfvtriiftii aitd Lijrfoca.Th- Hv fnrdy i'pirt
in a nnt h-x, rnoujn to iutt a month, t nt taiil i a Uain
wrapper by Htail -aid fr 5 3. Two boTf. -.tiii-to
mmi prrniHiiar I cur? inlt in wrvvrr raM) ( 5 Tiirs
Uv-a iaating i!ir fu I month, wi.l . m rr mo
r ere vijeor. in lt orrt f 07. Full DIKCTIOr.'S
lor nsin? will acrK.pnny EACI hOX.
(Stud foraDripfiTr Pamphlrt ifivinz Anatfm.,eV
Il'.u-lrations. which roftvitu-e tha mt pcptica! i
that theyeaa h rcsforrd to prtact ma a hood, aad B
flilea for Chr dutiaa af lte, pania a it a-rar affaetad. m
Srt Sralrd for stamp to any one fcld Q2yY by
HARRIS REMEDY CO. Mf G CHEMISTS
Msrfcet and 8th. Sts.
ST. LOUIS. MO
I JAY V Jf A J9 UrirS new and enmplrte Otiida t
Fi AiiT; fl i wediock. co'itainirft. witn many
Bf i-T (ftUJotKfn, tna tultownifr ehaptarat A
flNujvV eoiiiowcaut vs utnanriMa, irctian of
itt, tvuieiirra if irvmify. Tm
prnuneiit. riiiat bla and inrompatf
Ir.c. 8terilitr in wotnen. cans ted
ti Miaitni, A(ivt to bridcgriMifn, Ailvive to husbands.
AJvir to wivrst, rou;uttuH, it eamea, C1bary ana
Mitrimnny eotnpaTctl. Ceincal dntir. Conception, Cun-
in male and tf-ma , Siniic -t JUiirMtuctit-n. Sinirla life
-cuidrHl, Iaw ot iiirrur, I-bw vf JJivoror, Ial riffhta
of ni a rated ont, e'., irwluti! Diaenara ptruMar to
Women, their cautea and treauticnt. A Nok lor privata
and eonidvratercaJinjr. ol 320 papa. Willi frail i'iata i-iiv-graTiiiy.
hr mail, aealed fr 60 coma.
VTho Private Medrcal Ar!vler,"
on PyphLia. God. i rhcea. -ct. stricture, Varlov1u
Vc., Biwoa Spcrmattorboaav Sexual Debility, and Lu-
I&UfCTf frm t:-.-ilu and i-icncaat-a, raainc Seminal
iiuawMi, NrrvoiMiic, Avrou to Socie;y,CnfutiHoi
aaa( fhrairal decay, Uinmaaaof aiffht, letartiwe Memory,
J Aa et rxual I'on.e, etc. fitakiujr marriaea improper
or "ihappT. IT'TnsC treatment, and a prrat maav
es-uahta rrcitpts f r te eura of all private dcaacai mtkM
is, over 63 platra, ttO cents.
m4BMef ioal AdviV.."
ft l-tnr on Manhood and Womanhood, It eetftai p
all three ja cna uicciy bound wliima, $1. They emtaiQ
CO uacf and orer IO lllustrationa, mrMbie wnry
miuis, um tow FTiiriitv fi nr imi i wvrui rbowib, utd
muoh thrtt i not ptihtishrd in anyoChor work. Th a com
bined volume iHit:eT th bert fupolar Medical Bok
falili.hta, ud UioMdii.iIi.fi-d mf.tt grumg it nn ki
ri.ir moii.r relundnL TlKAutliorii txperienowt
Chronic" d:ww. Snl'ti nr' vn -inr.oremp;i,
f n pm. fur Prie in ftKM. Stl.' f-nn... r. . i .
"Chronic" d:ww. Scnllft nr'tn imr. or compel.
In piw, fr Trice ia Stamp. KiiTrr or CarrDv. fCanL
taiiaa coBfiiiuiiisl. sat l.ttert sro pr-mptlT snci truk:-
nrvcrwl vithmit rhs-r.) Adrtmn Dr. Butll Dispen
sary, UN. 8il St., &l- Loiai, Io. (Sstsblished 1847.)
rorsaisDy nswsueslers. AULN I s wantsd.
f i rjs wi?m sil jwnrni mRr1nr fram '
R m'lTb'RK to tet,4 kirn ti.ir nsm-a and sjdnaa.
. i nnrp Rfiraa IA lnftl WT VI I tST1
nmwhiim to La.ir sdT3HU( Jot s Traw.
Prieaie Hospital, SdS I
A new war, prtea &
eeata ey mail. Mvata
rtaa af Kaiara, Pfeffi.
esoey af Mmrriaa. Or
eaaa mt Oaaarailaa.
ntaaaae af Yaata aad
Manbood: a waaJUi af
eaoira aad ealaaaW la
foratation. at ialereal
la beta araea. fVetbiaa;
eflenalea to caad WM
and rcftnamaak Id for
mattca attar bafera
pabliahad. Ha family
ahoutd ba viiboat It.
Cyddrea. Dr. A. O.
OLfV. 7Qt riart Ht.
n.LiarK st.,1 htaM, I
III. fXy-peeraltyf all I
Prieatc. Chranla and I
V am a la Di-ttM
Iadiaa aad Geatia
aven, aana aaa dolkar I
ae aaartHea er e
ribbtr eonda, and
be aspreaa. Relia
ble r-a- PtH.,
par bee. Private
aana aai4 aerae tor
f.adiea durii-S cod
tlnenent. mnd MVUVlllSK babll -tr
lutcly and aeadil cored, l'aia
leaa. he publrCrtT. 5ad atame
fnr fall batiieulara. De Car Kot
90 S. Clark SU, Chieaca, UL.
N ia risvMt-KiUM, T--s
aW. f ( . a.M- sl X5w. sW
K.Nsr tsyrs tan J
BLA CKS 31 1 Til
All kinds of
Neatly tf- Promptly
, Miilc& OxSliocin.
In short, we'll shoe anything that har
four feet, from a Zebra to a Giraffe.
Come and see ns.
on Fifth St between Main and Vine Streets.
ust across e corner from th new IIEUA1.
kei:nan .V GllACE.
Retail Lipor Dealers.
CIGARS AND TOBACCOS.
PLATTSMOUTII - XEB.
llilliaril Hall and Saloon on
Main street, four doors from Sixth at
Neville's old place.
BEST BRANDS OF CIGARS, ALES,
WINES, d C.
HrnrmbrrTlie Ssne and I'larr.
24,y Keenan & Grace.
J. W. Anderson,
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, NO
TIONS, HATS and CAPS,
BOOTS and SHOES,
Market Irlce laid Tor
BUTTER and EGGS.
We Sell Goods
At BED ROCK Figures. Come one,
Come all, and see for yourselves.
BEST FARMING LANDS
FOK SALE BY
JS. c Mo. 12.. Bl.
Great Advantages to Buyers
Ten Years Credit at 6 per cent Interest.
Six Years Credit at 6 per cent Interest,
and 20 per cent Discount.
Otrr Liberal IlHeonntsi Far Cash
Kheliate on t-'itreN and Kreslit,
and Preiulumit tor Improve.
Pamphlets nnd iap, rtrstaiiifng fall partic
.srswillle mailed free Is aay part ol the
world on Hlilli;:iti(u to
LAND COMMISSIONER, B. & M. R. 11.
ud MjtthiId. Htlw.iiiu-ljr Hliiy
!ot rticnl . Ha. OrTM,
AGENTS WANTED FOR THE
HISTORY of tubWORLD
L Omaha, Nebraska.
They Invite Everybody Visiting Oniaha, to Call and
Examine their Large Stock.
m i87 FAR NAM STREET
OMAHA, - KrFH"R
iiXJ Pi i A O
The Largest and most Complete STOCK of Dry Goods,
A f ; n : i iiii .i -i i 7
-Lxiiiiiiui j uim viutmii ever piaueu. ueiore
thG luminous orbs of our many
We introduce all the LATEST FABRICS of the'season. Our 10, 121Z, 15
18, 20, 22 and 25 cent Dress Goods are
Also, a full line of WHITE GOODS,
RIBBONS, LACES, RUCHES, CASHMERES, ZEPHYR aid SPRING
SUA WLS, aiid countless articles impossible to mention iu detail.
Embraces all the Latest Novelties in
and STRA W GOODS. Our SILK TURBANS and PATTERN HATS are
tho admiration of every one. We also show 1,000 trimmed hats from SI up.
AND FURNISHING GOODS. Th only houso fit th? city that carries a
clean Fresh Stock of Goods of latest styles and fabrics known of the season.
Will find here displayed a fine line of Furnishing goods that cannot fail to
command their attentiou and patronage.
Suits from 6.00 up
We have tha best assortment of
TRUNKS & VALISES
To bo found.
5-t?Call and compare our Goods and Prics, and you will receUe the
benefits derived therefrom.
SOLOMON & NATHAN.
Dexter, Dexter King and Dexter Queen
Are Unsurpassed for Easy Riding, Durability, and Beauty.
Many Thousands Now in Use.
11 iiaiiir- 11 - li nii'Hr Tin i as ina fl
Send for Circular Giving Price
and Full Description to
BETTER SPRING 0Q
well worthy of your inspection.
DRESS LINENS, TWO-TONED
LEGHORN PLATA, FRENCH CHIP
"ir r'r-v&k !.-l'I. 5:.:s;-.'-'"':? '-V';"l, ! i.'- "-
Great Reduction in Boots & Shoes
20 to 25 rcr Cent.
LOWJSDE T5IAJT LAST "3TJ3Ee
Mea' Vrinee Alhort ?1 00 1.nst Vrnr. Si .25
lasting Miickle 1 I'"'.. " " 1.75
niUies 1 .'.'.-.: " 1.75
Kxie Ball SlKM'-t l.Jr, ' " 1.75
Two-Burklf I'low Shoes 1 ' " 1.40
Cenuiiie Hand Sewed Ties 'J..ri " ' 8.50
" Hand be wed Alexis 4..V)
I-adios' Slhirers ...3.2". $ .nj
llalf SIiops l.: " "
I'ebUle Coat, Sile Lace l.M". " 2.40
Kip, - 1-. ' 2.50
' French Button ' .oo
" Goat, Button, (worked button-hole) 2.00 ' 2.75
EVERYTHING ELSE IN PROPORTION.
SPRING IS COMING!
Prom a Threshing Machine lo a He
AND WAY DOVN CHEAP,
The King of Plow Sellers.
Corner Cd and Main Streets,
IS READY TO TALK TO THE FARMERS ON
Sliovels, Hoes, Spades, and Iland-rakes,
Buggies and . prln(r Wngons t
AH kinds of HARVESTING fllaeliiucs.
Mq wei'S, M capers Headers,
has come home,
And he has brought the finest line of
Dress Goods, Staple Goods, Fancy
Goods and N otionsyou ever saw.
ayEBOihiBag f grocer-2-Se
bj the acae5toots asad
lae till yota cae9i rest
laat aaad caps 4121
yon must toiay.
Spring and Summer Goods eyr and ever so cheap
Now is your chanco bound to sell and undersell anybody. H tiny
up. I want to go East again next month.
Are you going to l?ant?
THE BEST I1T THE WORLD IS THE
Geo. W. Pitkin & Co
Stnd for Sample Cards and Price Lists.
f'Jrt CAW ILUUMM
BEST IS CHEAPEST THOUGH IT
1 THE BEST
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Maflf. from Bfifinel Graua Creain f Tartar.
fid5BeftlCd by the Brooklyn (V. Y. Board cf Health, and by tho first
clicmuu in the United States.
We tvilt pay $1000.00 for any ATjXTM or oilier
adulterutioti found in this Powder.
LBVISMF LAV O R I N C EXTRA OTQl
TIIK KKST A3SO BTROSCEST MADE.
MAHt'FACTVRBO- BY Till
CEO. T. LEWES &. MEWZSES CO.
r philadelph:a. PA.
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L'KTKK 31EIIGES. ( 3 Ji
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Co. Cleveland, onto.
Ml COST A LITTLE MORE!
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