Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About Nebraska herald. (Plattsmouth, N.T. [Neb.]) 1865-1882 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 25, 1879)
I'LATTSMOUTII, SEPT. 25, 1879.
t-TUIS VAPKR MAY BE FOl'M O.V FII.K
AT At. I. TIM KM ATC. K. I. H f. H. K. TICK FT
.TKr'Il'K, N. 0 CI.AIIK KTKK.F.T, CHIIIAUO.
WIIF.KK Ol'K KK1KSDM AKK AT LIDEUTV TO
C1,LASU KXAMl.NK IT.
tVJi. II. NEWELL,
ot Rock BlulTs.
K. A. KIEK PATRICK.
ill Elm wood.
R. V. HYKKS.
r.f Wccpins Vatr.
For County Jtidgs,
A. X. SULLIVAN.
ot lit. riesnant.
For District Clerk,
Vf. L. WELLS,
of South. Bend.
Fcr County Superintendent,
E. n. WOO LEV.
ForCountj Commissioner. 1st dlat.,
of riiittsmouth Trccinct.
P. F. GaS3,
For County Surveyor.
Election November 4th.
Fkeiguts have gone up on
& M. ten cents a hundred.
The Platte Valley Independent w3
Very liberal this week, sent ua three
numbers of the same date.
Tub Beatrice Courier is severe on
the idea of Capt. Ashby starting a
"high moral Newspaper" Probably it
Thocgh nt a lawyer the 1Iekali
always held that but ona Commission
er should be elected under the law, and
the Court l:as so now decided. See
The liev. Mr. Busliaell. of the En
terprise, left for Indiana Sunday, to
fliciate at the weddig of aa ld
Plattsmtuthian, sld te take place
there soon. Particulars r.ext week.
The Burlington Hawkey has found
out the reason the Nebraska Democ
racy say: "V take nosteps backward."
They are fwinj the North, and are
afraid of backing into Kemper Coun
The Commissioners ask for 313,000
bonds. This is to pay outstanding
warrants which now bear 10 per cent
and the money can be got for 7. All
new warrants under the law only bear
7 per cent. int.
There is a strong fight made against
John B. Barnes for Judge in tho 4th
district. Crawford and Griffey are
both democratic candidates, and" the
North Nebraska Eagle is for anything
to beat Barnes.
Harpers "Weekly has a "Itepubli
can Elephant" all covered with a map
of the United States, except through a
hole in Maine his trunk sticks up and
through a similar aole in California
Lis tail, done up in a bandage and prop
TnEY hava crowded our columns bo
full of other matter this week we hare
not room for a detailed notice of the
convention, nor have we had time to
prepare a personal notice of our candi
dates. There is time enough, howev
er bofere election, and until we see
what the democrats do, matters will
be pretty ciuiet. Then look out for
A call, for a conveation is being
circulated te take place at Washing
ton. Oct. 15th, object, the formation of
a national association to supply trust
worthy information to colored people
ia the south in regard to tho localities
where they are most likely to find
comfortable homes and profitable em
ployment, and to protect them in their
travels from political eiumies in the
south and from sharpers everywhere.
TVe have received a ticket and pro
gramme of Perky's County Fair to be
keld at TTauoo Sept. 29, ?,0 and Oct. 1.
The pregrammo states that there will
be a battle fought by two military
companies of Omaha on the grounds,
for which a fort will be erected which
will be stormed in genuine battle style,
tlor. Nance will review the troops on
the grounds. U.S. Senator Paddock
will deliver tho address. The Omaha
base ball club will play the Saunders
County nine for the championship of
the State. Tight rope walk, excursion
from Omaha, big premiums, and last
but not least "Brick Pomeroj" will
speechify only in Wahoo. Who says
they aint going to have a graad fair?
C'ONTXAkV to all expectation the
Greenlackers, who met in Weeping
Water, on Saturday, nominated an en
tire set of new men, mostly from the
western end of the county, giving John
Tutt, who has made a most excellent
Clerk, the go-by. Under such circnin
tancea the democrats can hardly be
expected to endorse, and most people
think it gives the Republican ticket a
The IIeralo is of a different opin
ion. The democrats will look over
the ground coolly, foment all the
discord they can and at as lato a rae- i
ment as practicable put up a ticket of j
unimpeachable men. as far as ability
to fill tho ofiices and personal charac
ter are concerned, and then give us
the best they havo in the shop.
The greenbackers seeing they have
no chance with new and untried men,
will mostly vste the democratic ticket
jn tlte end. If this programme is car
ried out, the republicans do not want
to set down, as if victory was a33ureJ.
GEN. GRANT HOME.
Sever Sc1i".t Welcome Given a
The Silent Han can Keep Still No Long
er, and Says "Uovr Are lou Mael'
San Francisco Alive With People From
All Over California.
To Greet the Uetnrned Hero.
The United States Not Behind F.nrope
in Welcoming the Greatest War
rior and Perhaps Statesman of
Gen.Granf, wife, and suite, arrived
at San Francisco, Cal., in the steamer
Tokio, on Sunday morning last. An
immense cencourse of people welcom
ed him. The soldiers turned oat, the
newspaper reporters from all over the
United States were there, and the
levee and streets were crowded to see
the wonderful man who for so long
has occupied such a prominent place
in the minds and hearts of all true
American citizens; and who in all
probability will be once more presi
dent of the United States. Gen. Giant
left Philadelphia May 17th, 1877, and
has been gone over two years. lie re
ceived in Europe such an ovation a3
has not fallen to the lot of any man of
our times before. He returns and the
people of the Northern United States
rise to welcome him as one man. One
incident alone shows his true democra
cy. Gen. McDowell, commander of
the Pacific Coast forces, went on board
the Tokio to pay his respects of course.
The reporters expected cumbersome
official speeches of welcome. Gen.
Grant held out his two hands and said,
"How are you Mac?" and McDowell
answered, squeezing his hands with
delight, "How are yeu, old boy ?" Ev
en the sands lot crowds cheered Gen.
Grant, and his return will be welcom
ed by millions of loyal citizens of this
Cass County Republican Convention.
The Republican Convention for this
County met at Weeping Water Satur
day the 20tb, and was called to order
by the chairman. Dr. M. M. Butler
of Weeping Water was elected tempo
rary chairman, and JI. M. Busliuell
temporary secretary. After the com
mittee on credentials reported the
temporary organization was made per
manent. A motion to appoint a com
mittee of Ave (afterward increased to
cne from each precinct) to select dele
gates to tlie State and Judicial con
ventions, was tabled and the eonveu
vention proceeded to ballot for eight
delegates to the State Convention.
Said ballots resulted in the following
named gentlemen being selected for
Geo. S.Smith, A. W. McLaughlin,
and D. II. Wheeler (Plattsmuuih).
II. D. Root, Cyrus Alton. J. F. Polk,
Sam'I Richardson and Orlando Tefft
(from precincts). By committee the
following delegates were selected to
the Jndicial Convention, which meets
at Neb. City the 8th of October, to
nominate district judge:
M. B. Murphy, J. W. Johnson, Jno.
Murfin, Geo. Swift, M. D. Polk, J. B.
Thornton, T. N. Bobbitt, J. N. Wood
ford, S. M. Beardsley.
The couaty ticket as it appears at
the head of our columns was theu
nominated. Sheriff Ilyers, Judge Sul
livan and Wm. E. Wells being nomi
nated by acclamation, there being no
A central committee for ensuing
year was then appointed as follows:
PUttsmouth, First Ward. II . M.
Second Ward. Geo. S. Smith.
Third Ward, M. B. Murphy.
Fourth Ward, E. C. Stiles.
Plattsuiouth precinct. S. E. Thomas.
Rock Bluffa, Wm. Lloyd.
Liberty, Samuel Cannon.
Eight Mile Grove. J. II. Becker.
Mt. PJeasant, Jas. Hull.
Avoca, J. W. Cox.
Louisville. J. T. A. Hoover,
Centre, I. N. Woodford.
Weeping Water, D. C. Fleming.
South Bend. II. J. Streight.
Elm wood, Joseph McCaig.
Stove Creek, G. W. Hilton.
Tipton, A. A. Laverty.
Greenwood. Isaac Telan.
Salt Creek, E. J. Mathias.
Geo. S. Smith was designated as
chairman and the convention ad
journed. Blooded Bogs.
But a few years ago and Mr. Upton,
Mr. Wolfe, Mr. Win. B. Porter and a
few others in the eastern end of the
County showed all the Gne swino we
had. Lately Mr. Timothy Clark, of
Weeping Water, has developed into a
very extensive breeder of Poland China
hogs. He has a very fine herd at the
head of which stands "Prince Royal,"
the finest boar in the State, at least so
say the Committee at the State Fair
Grounds, for ha took t ie first premium
there. Mr. Clark took two first prem
iums at the State Fair and two r.econd
premiums, and when we consider the
showing there we know he must have
had excellent pigs. At our County
fair Mr. Clark took five first premiums
and one second, also sweepstakes in
van a vol ItorA
VllVl A A V A V
Murder in Sarpy County.
James Daily was shot and killed
near Bellevue last Friday night, by his
fellow travellers John Ward and Jas.
Winters. The assassins were after
580 which Mr. Daily had in his pock
et, and the horses he drove. They are
supposed to haye crossed the river and
leaped this far.
Ed. Herald: On last Saturday as
Mr. Sam Gapki was mowing grass on
tlm farm of S. Cole, having ueed of a
f;-- frt iv-.rin !i!u to 1.I1 i c il li n ct rnelr
nr.e up i.i a bunch of hay. When be
hold it did not stop at burning that,
but ran and spread like wild fire.burn
iag considerable grass that was to be
mowed m well as 45 or 50 tons of hay
that was stacked in tho vicinity, also
a wagon belonging to Mr. Gapin. Mr.
Thos. Sullivan is the principal looser.
This incident is suggestive of the
great precaution every ne should
take in using lire in th?se dry times.
Our Temperance Column.
EIJITEU BI TUK WOMA.N'n CHRISTIAN TF.it
" For fiod. aud I ome, and Native Land.
1I.ATTfMOUTlI LODGK No. 2. I. O . T.
Regular nrt-oliuK" at (iood Templars' Hall
every Wednesday evening.
E. H. Wooi-KY. W. C. T.
Vioi. v V. Barxks, Sec'y.
1l.TTSMOl TH TKMI'LK OK lioNOK A N I
Tkm pkk a nck, No. 15. Regular lueetlnj;,
Saturday evening in Hall in Fitzgerald's I'loek.
P. P. Gass, W. C. T.
J. F. Johnson, Scc'y.
1LATTsM-rTii Hki ItusBON Ci.uh. Kefrular
meeting on Moudav evening of each week.
K. O. ltovr.v, President.
TI. M. DC.hhxkll, Sec'y.
mine Kf.aoixo Koom
Open on Wednesday
A and Saturday afternoon and evenintiof eacli
week. Front room over F. S. tiite's store.
1L,.vrX8MOUTH W. C. T. C will meet eveiy
altfruate Thursday at 3 o'rlek, in the
Keadintr Kowtii, unless other notice i Kiven in
this column. Miw. 11. M. Wimk. President.
Mrs. K. I PuKK, Secretary.
IJlattsmol'TH Loir,E of Jcvenii.E Tkmp-I-aiw
will meet every alternate Friday evvn
ing at 8 o'clock iu tiood Templars' Hall.
Mx:s. A. Scni.F.CKL. Superintendent.
ThoW.C. T.U. of Nebraska, hold
their fifth annual meeting at Omaha,
Sep. 30th, all auxiliaries are earnestly
urged to see that their societies are
T. A. Hardy, Pres.
Emma E. Dorsf.t, Sec.
Now see here; its getting every day
work to keep this temperance column
full, vwith such matter as wo wish.
What's the reason our county friends
can't send us in short, chatty nutes of
what is doing and going on in the dif
ferent county societies. We shall be
only too glad to pablish any and all
communications on temperance mat
ters, not too long and of importance.
It may not go in the same week, but
will be published as soon as possible.
Notice is hereby given to those hold
ing library tickets, that the reading
room has been unavoidably closed.
Mr. White, the owner of the building
requiring the space occupiod by the
stairway to be thrown into his sale
room, thus giving us no access to the
room but by the rear stairs.
Diligent search has been made for a
suitable room in which to establish
our library on a more firm aad endur
ing basis; but, up to the present writ
ing, we find none available, and we
further beg leave to invite all persons
interested in this enterprise, for the
welfare of our growing city, full of
young men without the friendly fire
side to welcome them the coming long
winter evenings, to lend us a helping
hand, that we may speedily secure a
suitable buiiding in which we may
be permanently lo?ated; for until such
times our books must remain boxed.
Our Last Temperance Effort.
Mr. Chalney, who lectured here last
week on Temperance, wo learned is a
Kentuckian by birth; has crossed the
mighty deep six times, resided seven
years in the naetrupelis of the world,
aud preached temperance to every na
tion that speaks his nativo tongue. He
is contemplating settling in the gar
den of the west, Nebraska. We hope
he will, and welcome hir because we
We heard Mr. Chainey's Temper
ance sermon at the M. E. Church on
unique, differing in manner and mat-
ter from Clough'a, aud other3.
From his familiar subject, "Lazarus
and the StcHe,'' he proved that the
Lord works through human instru
mentalities; although it was tho voica
of God that spoke ths life-giving word
to the dead, ths friends of Lazarus
had first to rell away the stone. So
we aie commanded to "prepare the
way of the Lord and make his paths
strait." and there is ng greater barrier
to the gospel car and the world's con
version, than Intemperance; and that,
alas! to a fearful extent, within the
pale of the church.
He proposed to raise every ministers
salary in the land 10 per cent, to sup
port every colportenr. Bible reader
and home missionary by the money
expended for tobacco and liquor with
in the church .
Sad picture! those of the household
of faith railing up the stone, prevent
ing the spiritual resurrectioa of those
who are dead in trespasses and sin. lie
also expatiated upon the folly and iu
consistency of man making laws to
preveitt nuisances to protect property
etc., but none to protect the life of the
unfortunate man who, by habit or in
heritance, has an appetite for that poi
son which destroys bethsoul and body.
On the contrary, there exists a law by
which men can buy permissio to kill
He urged the combined effort of the
pulpit, the press and the polls, and in
conclusion invoked the divine blessing
upon their labors to avert this great
evil which is flooding our land.
"We said within our hsart, "this is
what we want, men who ask and ex
pect food results from human instru
mentality." Let us take courage, friends, in the
gwed cause of Temperance, although
our beautiful land grcaneth un
der her burden, nnd our lovely city
is marred and stuatcd by this iru
monse evil, still, ene more exhortation
has been made, one more prayer has
been wafted to the ear that always
hears. And one more pebble we trust
has gone to the bottom of that stag
nant pool of intemperance, to put ia
motion its portion of those purifying
elements which, when the shore is
reached, will prove that "in union
there i strength."
Tun Supreme Court of tltp St.it of
Xew York has derided tli.tt J. C. A ver
& Co., of Lowell, iiave tiie soierigkt tu
use the Words Chfiirt 1'ectohai. for
a medicine anl b:is issued an ininac-
fion against 1. V. uusliton, of ew
York City, for selling liushtou's Cher
ry Tectonil or Cherry Pectoral Iozen
ges, or uny oilier use of the name to
deceive the public. This decision of
the hiffh court includes ;il! dealers w ho
sell any similar articles. Port Jeffer
son (L. I.) Leader.
A ?:w foi the times Y,o man should
iivo ht'voitd the incatis of Ida creditors.
The County Fair
last week was well attended, and a
right decent exhibit made, but nothing
such as Cass county could display
should he really take it into her head
to holsf a County Fair. We hava not
the space to go into details, and can
not publish the premiums awarded un
til next week, which will then give
our readers the names of thoso who
made a creditable exhibit.
There was a very valuable display
of the Louisville Pottery Company,
which we notice now because of its
novelty. No other exhibition of the
kind having been showm here before.
Mr. and Mrs. Shoemaker's baby took
the Grst premium, Charley Clapp and
wife took the second and S. L. Thom
as and wife the third.
Hesser, a3 usual, had a fins display
of flowers and took the premiums.
Thad Streijht won the shooting pre
mium. Timothy Clark had some fine
specimens of thoroughbred hogs and
some, very good horses heavy stallions
were shown. Of the ladies exhibits
we will speak next week when we see
the pi emit in awards.
The races Thursday and Friday were
as follows: Thursday double team
race, "Bronco Jim" and "Lady Mac"
and Kascall's Joe and a sorrel colt,
won by Jim and Lady in 2 minutes 52
seconds, which, considering the eondi
tion of the track and that they were to
buggy instead of skeleton was very ex
On FridaT. in what is called the
ceanty race, there were two entries.
Charley IIo'm?3 "Black B233" and
Aug. Stohlman's sorrel mare won in
two straight heats by Black Bess, best
heat in o:04.
Ths frse for all entries were Bronco
Jim and Lady Mac. The first heat
wa3 taken by Lady Mac in 2:40.
Second heat. Bronco Jim, 2:42.
The thiid heat was declared a dead
heat in 2:38, and the fourth heat and
race was won by Lady Mao in 2:45.
We did not see the race, but those
theie say it was a very fine exhibition
of speed, and when it is remembered
that the track was covered with weeds
one week before, was then covered
with two inches or more of loose dirt
and has never been properly braced,
the time nav be called good.
llis Ixrih, w ho has ditiiigiii.s!iuil her
self 'y ceiahiisiiiiiff, in l'ai.ti, tni.ssiiin
Imiiies ir Knylisli uoaicii iiini ciiiiilrcu,
says a Very laryc .ait d" tiie tiistlesi
Uii.iii rCnlijIi o:ii-;i in ti tat city is ov
inj to tiiy Fieucu law, wh.cii d.n'A uot
rccojjn.za :ci Lin linj a man ia-e c ;n'.rai:t
til bv i l'r.ncliinau wilu an 'lull wo-
man in l.ii-!Ma. 1.
Yl ortZales SluSI
Not so fast my friend; if yon could
see the sironr, healthy bloomin; men,
women and ehildreu that have been
raised from beds of sickness, and suf
fering and almost death, by tho use of
Hop UitterR, you would say "Glorious
and invaluable remedy." See another
L. KALISKY & SON,
AVlll open on or about the 1f of O-'totfralarce
Dry Goods. Clothing,
HOOTS, SHOES, If A TS, CAPS,
ttMS U iaOtCS TrUntZSMIUl
- o -
GOODS. tf-C, etc.,
Xeccr Before Heard of in Platls:
Bo Store pgj; )riccs!
The Mot and nest G'ols for tlio I.escjt MMoy,
ami SatWluetiau Guaranteed in Kvery
Cut 5 F i0 (cn( (gcunieij
A NEW FE.VTl'KE IX BUSINESS.
Wlier you get more tliaa elsewhere for 25 aud
Safie Soar $Etouey,
until we op"ti. and jrive u a trial. No trouble
to show Goods. We open iu the
DUKE & WHEELER liLOCFC,
Foot of JIaiu St., wSiicli lias been newly refitted
Sign of the Large Flag !
All cordially invited to look through ouryoods.
Ii. Kalisky & Sou,
27tf riattsmouih. Neb.
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS.
Now IS THE TIME.
Fiue business house lot S3.P00.
4 fine buslne hoMses and lot 52300 eaeh
Vacant lots 5V0 and upward.
S;Iend:d residences from oo to $2500.
Dwelling lot, improved and unimproved
endless variety and all shades of
pricfe, froui I
$10 to $..: 3 each.
Fair lots on corner, 4 blocks from Main and
6th no hill, only 5240.
Single corner, 2 blocks fro-.ii 61b and Main,
Four lots, on corner, near Chicago avenue,
only . 123.
Two lots, on enruer. Ili'i School hill, only ?60.
Two whole blocks, onlv four blocks from IlifcU
ScIjooI building, only 4140 for each block.
200 acres, 2 miles north-east "f Weeping: Wa
ter, running water, timber, well, house, barn,
hedge, fruit trees, .Sjc.
210 acres. 5 miles from South Bend, stone
quarry auc running water, wild land.
150 acres, 3 miles north-east of Weeping Wa
ter, wild land.
80 acres. 6 miles from tureen wood, 60 acres
cultivated, ruining water.
Many others not here mentioned. Come and
cee me and I v lil kive prices aud terms. I can
suit you ia city or co:n:ty If you wish to bur.
In fact if you want to buy
.. .. .. se!l
" " rent
' " " " lease tny property,
call aud see
Will S. Wisp;.
Att'y a Law, Van V.nt. and Fire. Ins. Ag't.
Cur S5tb Descriptive Ilium
trted Pries List for Fall of
1879 will be sent to but 1
dreai upon receipt of N1KH
CENTS. It contains prices
of over 10.000 articles with
over l.OOO Illustration. NO
PfclLSON who contemplates
the purchase of any article
for personal or family oe,
a lion Id tail to send for a
copy. AVo sell most every
class of food i known to the
civilized world. We sell all
oar goods st wholesale
prices direct to the ton
anmer ino middle men)
r"h. nnly Itnnii. in America
Z'J who make this their special
DuainrM, ! oa inr
abln 1'riee Lists and Itefr
enre IWmk. is ind i.pensnble.
Ad.iress idontifomerw Ward
& Co.. 7 and 20 Uahaab
Atouue, Cbitaso, lllluols. ,
C. G. IIER0LD, - Proprietor.
F I K ST ESTABL'D IN IMC.
Keeps a general large stock of
Men's, loutli's & Boy's
and lias just received the flue.t lot of
French and English Silk
WORSTED IT ITS,
THAT EVER CROSSED THE MO. ItlVER.
Hie different styles oi
are surprising, and hie stock of
Furnishing Goods I
Is'Iarge enough to supply any demand.
Call and Examine the
liEFURE PVRCIIASIXd ELSEWHERE.
C. G. HE HOLD.
THE MM R MILLER
Ape rot only fii'st-c'ia" Instrument. l'it this
Estalilishmeut may In- justly regarded
as one of the leadiug i'iano-1'oi te
.Maiuifai-lorics o Ihe
IN THE CONCERT HALL.
Purine the Season of 17.r-l?!T(; tiie Henry F.
Mliier 1 i.tnos were usd in F.oston and vicinity
in more than Concerls.
Season of 1S77-17S, !?." Concerts.
Season if ls78- ls;: Month o! 'toler. 35
Conceits ; M.ji'tli of November, ! Concens-
Xunc hill tint cZ.is I'imi'ts nvtll gain rucli i'.n
THESE 1'IAXUS HAVE RECEIVED
The Highest Praise
Most Eminent Musicians.
Of late I have had many opportunities of
usii your l'ianos anl can say with pleasure,
tl:e have n superior in America. nd my Ions
experience abroad jm-t me in plactnn them
ahead of any foreign instruments of I heir kind.
CllAS. li. ADAMS.
Madame ltoze a!id the other artists of my
company ate dciignted with I he " Milier'' i'iano,
for its rich ptiriiy of tone, ami t!i. o:idci(ul
manner in whicli it nustains the voire.
In behalf of the r.arnabce Concei t Company,
ami particular) v mvfeif as the ph'iiist of safd
company. I wish to express many l!ir.ks for
the beautiful Crand l'ianos of yo.ir inatiiif.ic
ture. wiiii which you have furnished us so far
this season. With' your fine instrument! con
cert (jiving becomes a positive pleasure and de
li;;ht, "o eay we all of us "
I consider no other "niae" with which I am
acquainted, can exce! it ni any of t tie qualities
accompaniment for I lie voicw, 1 know of nuno I
vould iireferto yours.
Mrs. ir. F. II. Cahtf.r.
I take prc:it plcaMire in reeomiiieiuliiitr the
Henry K. Milier Pianoi on all occasions where a
fust-class piano is desired.
Mrs. II. M. .Smith.
I have known the rianoe manufactured l'y
Mr. Henry 1". Miller for many )ears anl I do
not hesitate t say that they take ht.'i rank
anions tiie first -clao.s instruments of any of the
best makers. I'aul Ziatiuii.v
I consider the Miller Piano superior to all
others in t hat mellow and -ini:iii quality so ac
ceptable for voice aec.mpanimei ts.
Mr.', t. A link Osgood.
AVe were delijrhfed with the l'ianos of your
manufacture tvliich we ustd duiinj our recent
tour in t lie I'niied States their charmiui; sinx
inu qualities rendering; them especially tiesira
Ule for accompanying tiie human voice.
XUK OKKSI.VA!. hWK.DISFt
forlu's International Exbiliitioa 1310.
This estahlishmetit was the only otie out of
more than forty l'iano-tone exhibitors, v.hicli
w a decreed-i"v awakiis for hn single exhibit
of l'ianos at the Centennial Kxhibitiuii.
This trng tfrt otij EKiblihhii-nt tlmt .Vtn'trd a
tleciiil Awartl for a At if Inrrution
Tlsc Parent rc:.!l
Tiia HeBiT R Millar Pianos
j nave received the endorsement of ilia
j State of Massachusetts
' ami the
! CITY ok- BOSTOIST.
! Then are LEADERS avt'ing th FOREMOST
PIA.XOS of TI1S WuRLD.
HENRY F. MILLER
Boston, Kasa., U. S. A.
;JAT.IiC3 PETTES. As't.
I T1 w f
-3 rri r
ay1 LJ -
Brn O M 0,5
to 3 m s 45
n H iPI
i 2 c m
5 rn rl As.f.
PH0F. HARRIS' RADICAL CURE
nn fc'.-w i'irit::r in Vi V
ivc lUntcily J, thi: .!
and ti uiiriti One c.
Trad Mark. J
j lnipoteucy l t!ir m!r
: tree Vf.y, Eirecft
ATV.jI it rf'rtl tn llir l.rin.
tWAi t 3-a OF SfVJMal "-STILL?
r;nil s a? of the I:C;e. uctinj; ly Ab erpUcn. nd i vrr
tim iu ;;pr;i ii: num. v on ti-rr tfiu mat en rir Ejro
ul'itorv Di: u, 1 ro -t: at9 t land i.4 Ur thia. Tiic u
tthe JlemdyU trtruju-i r. '.iin rn;.-1 r ij.v u.i vcp,
it ia q n it-. !y di-sol vert unU k on rbntr'n-J. pn iur.ii uu
jm mediae fl i tovtHirj? sril rvt'ri-.f tficc; mjmh. tin t x
Utti nt(X itcrvoua ortfanizamm iovk-. itut I n c
nd xpf, flopping tuc drstn imm Tt-.r vt'!ii, rrt'or
iuzl'n1 roind In liralld nnl iOiiLd in" nu ry. tcm ovit
lo Djiniicas of Sihr. Kcrvcui rbt:t Confusi n
el Ideas, Aversion to Society, ilic.tie. ai.u t:ic ittir
ewr i'f prematura el nco i.wmi'v .r ini'anv.i-f t)fi
tr.yu', and refriia; lo f-Fcju:- i Yir-cr , ii:r t; lis
been lUrmsnt lr,fvi 'i. T'.ii timr ot" t-irimcut haj r t
th'M;t in vry erc eitt'c-, ami i a r.riM -oin.ci-iJ
run?&. niiffs are loo J..ch ()rt'r iid iu the trvutii,
a.i.1. n nji'iy tan b -r u nm-si to, wit but Irt't it my
p4"nimnf ?tyj. Vii :n ij tft NrtM nr nboet lh' rrparn
tiQn, lr; i.ta! (h?rva:mn rrallf n. i fioit!!r fhri pm-
tet that it c'yc cs:i3fotjon. Dt:riri thv ej;ht
yaw r'tnt 't ha k.-d n jfwrrfll r havr thtmvu.
of timtMinl a To i: vnluet oil i, is rntr cncci
d by i"ne M'Hlrial l'r. to le Ihn mtrt rational
nvrauA Ttt d:coviTi' 1 ft n'a'-Hirj u:d niri:K tiii vi rrv
aleni tr.uh'c. t'ia; is w. ;i known tt ! ili butf c! ur.to'd
titt-rv ti ttia-tr, n:id t:.in v'ct;i CiTxiekH wty i.h
tli irMr!rT ihitiv and bi"X ftftc.Thc l-.er. tti i-'put ii
in a nct b x, r tu'tn; i ly? a I'lwnirt. artJ a-rnt t a i-iuin
wipH-r by i; ail .id ftr $3.- ! wu Unn. (ir,W j-.t to
f .Vch i a p-rn:ai:i-t rurc i:nlr?s i : 'trcr carvh $ 6 T'.it
bun Irt;i t! r-i f:i 1 l .oj'il. Mi.! id rrn f;-" n-rl
r-vrtre :,fOT, In t'e m-or-t ar. 7 FuJi TUKSClIOiS
for rgivr wi;l r. jc-9TtwF EAC'i I OX.
("nj fur a Ipriptive iarip!i- c;ivin Antfrr.
Iilustrtiiiuin, whi .i wr!! roiivttirr m mt c piK-iU
tat thi rtH 1m rcs.r'-l t p:.cct maniiotMt, anil ij
fi.I.'.I laftc Out! ! ra -c a- if i-r rt-.i. S
Li:t tv-acd for toirp t cny nta. 5old O'iY by tho
HAR2!3 REMEDY CO. frfl.CMEMt'?
Mark?" and Blh.Sts. ST. LOUIS ffc'.O
C - ' 1. M Fof 5 A."4 f. :j If f
1 'V k ' fliiO-'iC, C.J Mi Ht If. St Wltft RlAIir
T y e V;i.-, Kvidt-niYi tt X'.tfi i.ry.
? ? l rf i--r:!i n:.'. roinpnt b.o a "id tm-tmip.vi-
.iu-e i ) w.ves, V"m!::;utiU, iu c ; ii.i., Ctjtair ana
V jvir.imv .-tnt.pf n d, O'rfr.fii'.l ilni :t , (,.i'CfT:liMi, C'n
f.;ri:i:-iit. Ivif uthI 0'ar:ii;i, jNi tirifcnt to Marriajre,
i m -,.e R'i'i t;itn'e, f rvn-.v -t K.-( niu-tly. Siij;i lits
c ;ii r.l. I.nrt ut i-:itr, l.cv. t l i'ivon'.', m nKi,w
.f irnr-cl vr'iti.ii.f r., I'ti liri-.' L-iiif 5"r -ii!fiir to
V(o:n?u, thf ir t::ue-s ire.;ii!-Kt. . h.u lir y.r.v'.n
a-i-j rtAUtr. -l I.:0 pts, Viti fu.illdi-P-
"ThaPrlvnti Medical .".fv."
on ypbiiia, . i o 2 : 1 L-ja. t, ire :, t ii i-: ui p . V urfpo'c"i,
. f ti .t-Jii.'Ui- u -t t,, vaa h; :f.ii.al
V . . N rvin:MT- . Aver-o.i t' ho.-i-!v, (Vm'.i' i.iM tt
3 J'-a V r:rti Ui. rcy. i;iinnc? cit i i'Jit. Jt'tri.vr Vtunr.,
L.oti rt -xuil I'ujr.T, t.c. li. bU U i::n in . urp'-.vw?
vr w -.r.'i v. ii ? trr.tim-i,f, s" I a fri-n ii.krv
:-2r.: r:--:; f.r klic urn of til f . ;. at, 'i.t.-?i ; luu'i
11 t;ri-e i:i rrc .;..! Yh:t, '1 "nrv e.tftia
C'O ni over U. j'!HtatTa-if US, pmh-n ir -vrr-
ti:j 'ju t!-j p- r; Fr;tcm thft i urt!i KrtO'ni',1', ai;4
riu:i tnul ii-u p'-iH-iBhcti mi a:yut-.ur vwrk. 'I -,c r--m-l
:.t' d r.-iiiinc b i ot.; i t i h . -t t. :
j-ti. t3. t i'M tli ji t tl pf.'r j:'t'.iii i; c" Kava
t'la rmo: y r- '.'ti. Jvl. 1 -A.iih rii . : i rp v;.- neod
r T'i i:a r i p:th y.-srs ;.nctrv, (-.f : r 11 r'.t-T.ti.) arl
lit-' fivTi J; .'t Ij'.rt 1t"'fl: V,.t ow:i,
t-jf'UT'ii 'f' f:f.t Tr.1::" tJ tr."-' mVtrnrz f : i ii.;ii.-l .'r
cf rr- tii, j:r!y crrore. u.l 'f;r, ..ri.'Vil t":." j'-;:: r
t: m r.it ;j v. il -r ti.- Lf .-i ri P--vJo'" t
' l'hT3:l',, ("'waa-v :'.'zni i- r ' -""T-, cr f .'. Vie
li -itp, i-r I:r .a Mr' i, Silv.ic r t ' it r - ft .
tu'ioa ciifi.luiittl, mi 1. 1! tj a' i p vt"rv1 tnrlc f
errvrrflir:;,i'".!t r---" ) A l'l-.? P ". Gt:13 t'i'P0-!
rzry. 12 N. S:i f t.t fr;.Uuj, y. ( :fil.:ii!iedlL17 )
I Fop by Ucv. Duoicr AO.-NTS wastdj ,
sT Wi. rCTTS m l virsf rMfle'-'nir -'ri
:-..-r -. a- '?-- t"'-'i tint t 'V v: i irari.
Priv-4'f Hnspitrl. 2C g
A ew work. rr? 60
c-a:i v -.iR. Vtmi
ris fif V-ir-.f. I'hvei.
olojieuT Mrr Or.
fau. -f l "ia ln ,
tieri' 'f Yfu;h
Wanh'HMJ ; a wealth of
ch.he bh ia
frirn:i.in. r.f n terr-t
rc bih '-X". N-'iutr. n
o(Tcu:vr t. co"i ts!:
and rrtinrnMi. I:.f-vr
ina'cMfe- n v r t-tor
Til ft C . .11 1 f-"
Private, i hrftii5
(Vni!Latin free. 3 m
T.fc'Urt aud Gentle
main wriff ir b r
rubhr r rrod. &'id
ralual :i tnforpianon J
- - !... . L. 111
hi'mr uurc fur
Iks duriuc con- 5 U C'J' Mrft !)r. A. O,
ffrnu 1 he wiitout it.
fir..omt. j OMX. "Xd l litrk St.
and MORPHINE hht
lately anU ecliiy cure. t'a
IfM. No publicity. Seo.l stars
gVu Wd. Clark M., Chicca. lli.
fiT full partini'ar. Ir C eritoo.
CRAY'S SPECIFIC MEDICINE
TRADE MARK. Tt. GretKog?ljh TRADEMARK.
Kem ed y: An
nr.ikinf ear for
and mU diseases
thut follow aa se-
aupwre of Self.
Before Taking. adu: a l.o nf After Taking.
Memory, Voircr.a! LiiRsituiie, Pnin in the Rack, Ptmnejui of
Virion, Premature Old A(t., and rfifry otti-T Disease, thai
lead to Inaauitj or Cnnsumpiion. aad a fri-mature Grave.
(tj" Full particular in our panirhlct. which we detire ta
aead free bjr mail to everj one. pTlio Specific Medicine la
old by all drupri.n at ti per pa?kasc, or tlx packaea for
5t or will bo aent free Vj n:ail oa receipt of the mon-y l.f
TUE GU1T MKIiriE CO.,
UlcHAicc'a Hlack, HaTcon, Wicw.
;T'Sm'.1 i-i I'luttsmoatti and everj Li;-r-.'. i
O. F. JOHNSON.
Di' vi.i.i: i.v
J j "si i afc
ALSO HEALF.It IN
Latest rubikr. lions.
IrkHcr!p(ion ('are fjlly C'ojjionsi !
ly an F.xpr rJeurcd rrtig;ijisit.
RKMKMnL'i: TUK I'l.ACI".
Gth ST., 2 DOORS SOUTH OF JfAIX
PLaTTSMO vth. mcb.
Jus a Stau J.tr.l Fa.-nilj II too.Ij for
ti(., !,.l t.- .! T ?
is'fi.aof the Liiver, Sria-ieh
id Bocl3. It in VaraW
1 y tiie iu5Iic,J
i,. ri '-3 t -
ii O : O l LAR.
, i.;i r;;i f-.MY.,
Mr, l i
. .ir.i '-iuni.1 T; r.-rn
r A j- -tL -t-, -ir. r-ire
t M.' v5tr0i;'' jyr -V
5t-r.ujii it never .,.. -, r fi
. - . - . P." ii i. Mil:ia
lf,i ',3'i'oVV, -
A 5 Li L
Fleniy of New
Sought an ITixusually L.a r Stock
iu itr oaf a OMt
1" tx tet sf!''' nn " -r: i-rri
HP l(Ji W
El 1 tT W
i'-C.B fi 11"
h:s ui;C'g ni ore "
who arc, on :tnl after tiji.i
J'l' l!i JillllO'
DRY AND FANC Y GOO I
Vi f ti u -tir
liich we offer oiir f. -iend ;uul the puhlic :t
lea ta is. "5
Casliisu'i'cs. Alpacas, Delaines, Cw.
Calicos, from 12 to 16 Yards for -$1.00.
Muslins, from G cts. a yard upward
The finest Stock of White r.o;'..-.i.ro.".: hut br.Hiiil to the Cilv.
w ri ri
TT"i o t
i . si r.i ' u w 11 e. -j t:n
Ol" A 1.1.
V.'e desire t se :tU our old i utrciis 1
present ei;ts a
! IIE2IEMHE11 THE PLACE,
-njr rri cr
in ti (;-",
M li W ! li: td M kJ
sF NaV TaK 3' J
H lA VI M fJ H F. V
M tv Hjj rxh
--a No 1 i
. .H ir'i
O ' i aV ! V -W
i ir, -rt
j iu. i ,y w
l j t. 4 ! i:u sm r m
. t'r . K 4 i -:
J. - w .
crime lr;rk" to
v . ' f J f o r
t'ato folo i'ro;ri ton.
ikjj ii 3
V. Sl 3k I
sr.il t i
and Ccttonades i:.
O 'i-.' . - a
n n et v t c.-ii ,?m k w-
if r,t-Y-7V i 1 ?1 r- t
:r.k ;iud want to
(JU TII MAX c'
ONE DOnj: WEST F P.O.,
PL A TTSJfOL'Tf, NEJiPA,'
Powered by Open ONI