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PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 18S1.
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$1.25 and upwards, j
Fronv 25 Cen ts to $3.00.
ELEGANT' ST Y LES.
- - Matt Directory.
C. H. VAN WYCK. U. S. Senator, Neb. City.
A LVIN KAl'.NDKKS, U. M. Senator, Omali. -,
K. V'ALF.N U E. KepreHentat e. West Point.
ALKI.M NAN' K. l.ovemor. Lincoln.
8 .1 4I.KXAN lKK, Serretnrv of State.
JO II N VA 1. 1. H lt Auditor, Lincoln.
O. M. BAI?TLLTT. Treasurer, Lincoln.
Vf. W, JNK.-. Snot, Public Instruction.
A. fJ. KF.NDa i.L. J.ai!i Ciiiinil!ioner.
.1. 1)1 LWOiliH. Attorney i-n(riil.
EIV. '.:. HASCHM. 'imi)laln of renitentlsry.
UK. H. f. MA f f HEWtSON, isupt Hospital lr
. MAXWELL. Chief Justice, Fremont.
1 RO. R. LA K K. urj!ia.
iMAitA lOi,!'., L.ncolu.
Second Judicial T)i$lrict.
S. P. FOCNI. JkJsjc. Linctln.
J. C. WATSK, liosectitlnK-Att'y, Neb. City.
W.C. BHOWAl.l'KK, Clerk Uitrict Court.
A. N. SVLLIVAN, County JuUi;e.
J. 1). TUTf. i euiity Clerk.
J M rATI'EUSoN. unty Treasurer.
R. yr. 11 V Kits. Mheiiff.
E. H. WtMH.KY.Cft. Sup't Pub. Instruction.
i. W. FA I KFI ELD. Surveyor.
Y. V. JASS, t:o!incr.
SAMF KICHXIiliSOX. Mt. Pleacant iTCeiuct.
ISAAC WILKH. I'l-tltsiilonlll Prcclnet.
JaM ISA CKAWFOKD. isonth Bend Precinct.
fames b:iving business with the County
Comaiiionsrs, will find them in session the
Fiist Monday sn.l Tuesday of each month. 43tf
IHt. J. Im. Met KKA,
IGMfEr ATHIC PHYSICIAN. );,1ie ever U.
V.MatheWs Hardware Store, Plattmouth,Ne-
ih. a. hai-isbi:uy,
JfflreoTerHtnPh. Llack & t'u's. lrug Store.
rtrt cliss dentistry at reasonable t'lices. 23ly
ii YT. CLI'TTKB,
JD IH3 1ST T IS T.
rtOT.j, mn Main Street OVr Solonion A -
Aib'i Store. -
OR. H. MKAItR.
rH YSICI YN and SjCUCEON. office in Fitz
gsrsld Bick, which will be open day or mg'it.
O. II. I0.F.. 51. I-
rRACTlSIN FHVN1C1AN. Offlt-e and Pruj
. ..... Main St. near Third Ilattamouth Neb.
st. m. LIVlSTOV m.
THTSICIAX A SUROKOS.
OFFICK HOURS, from 10 a. m., to 3 p. ni.
Sxamtniat burgeon for U. Pension.
s Jl. A. IIARTIUAS.
ATTOllNEY AND SOLICITOU. Will prac
tice In the State and Federal Court. Uenidence
STly PUATTSMOUTH, NT-H.
JA. . S1ATI1KYYM
ATTOK5 IT AT LAW.
Ce ever Baker Atwood's store, eouth sid
( Maia between 5th and ath street. aitf
WHiL . WISE.
C0LZ. XCTIO.Y3 i4 S PACIM Z Tl .
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Real Estate. Fire In-
armsce and Collection Agency. Offlce-in Fltz
gra!4 iock. Plattsmouth. Nebrastta. 2iro3
F.O. . SMITH.
ATTORNEY AT LAW and Real Fststs Br
kar -. Special attention Riven to Collections
la 4 all matters affecting the title to real estate.
Vmsi 3d loor over Foti Office. V latwmouth.
. ft. WOKiaGR CO.
LAW OFFICE. Real ltate. Fire and Life In
sajaae Ageals. Plattsn.euth. Nebraska. Col
UMrtors. taz-payer. Have complete abstract
0t titles. Buy and sell real state. negotiate
iaas. e. "J1
Jt. K. Wm IM AW.
1, A. Cami bkll.
niXDIIAH A CAMPBELL.
ATIC-KHET3 AT LAW.
fiattsiasata, - - - - Nebraska.
JaSIM MORRISOJT, W. L. BKOWJiE.
HOURIMOS Jk BKOWSE.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Will praMlce in Cass
and ad;oming Counties ; gives special attention
to collection and abstracts of title. Office in
Fiusf raid Block. Platuinouth. Nebraska.
HANSEN & CHASSOT
Groceries, Provisions and
ESMANIA LIFE 1N4CRANCE COMPANY.
ERUAN FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
MILWAUKEE MECHANIC S MUTUAL.
WESTERN HOUSE AND CATTLE IN.. CO..
HAMBURG AMERICAN STEAMSHIP PACK
JiORTH GERMAN LLOYD.
tTAMBHlPS BETWEEN HAMBURG.
BREMEN AND NEW YORK. 1T
EX-SOLDIERS Should all send for
.,. nnov of that wonderful paper THE
WoSLoSd 80LSIER. pubHshed" at Wash
Inaton D C. It contains stories of the War.
(?.B.ni7fM Aoenes from the Battlefield, and a
fKsai iIuSes Kterwt to our country', de
tenS;" U eantains all the VottoU
ton. reUiing to FenintAiJ ,
tr and their heirs. F ight page, fsrty eel-
tissns, weekly. l a yar. wPll ."t:, JIk
gres World isd old..r BOX 68. Vkashmgoh.
Bicnou Jt son,
Cntr&cter9 and Builders.
KatIbc salaried our shop and purchased a
Cttaoi Power Circls l,c are prepared to do
am asliatited amount of work in our liae In a
flltST-CLARS M A.1MK,
jb4 tks who euctemplate building will find it
a taslr lBtsreat ts get evtimates from us before
Ktvluc their work toother parties. Estimate
2,4a ( alt kind ofwork Fin OF Cm amoks.
' . r ilk" i k. ' . i .
for Winter wear.
At $8.00 and upwards.
in all shapes and styles,
From 2d Cents to $2.00.
B. & M. R. R. Time Table.
Taking Effect Nov. C, 1881.
FOR OHAHA f1T6m PLATTSMOUTH.
Leaves 6 :80 a. m. Arrives 8 :3S a. m.
2 :4. p. m. " :l P- m.
S :?0 a. m. " a
FROM OMAHA FOR PLATTSMOUTH.
Leaves a :.io a. in. Arrives lo :05 a. m.
" 7;00p. m. ' :10 p.m.
" : J0 p. in. " ! '"
FOR THE WEST.
Leaves Plattsmoutli a :20 a. in. Arrives Lin
coln, 11 :55 p. ni. ; Arrives Kearney, 7: 40 p. m.
Leaves 6 :55 p. in : arrives Lincoln 9 ::io p. in.
Freight leaves at a :'M a. rn. and at 8 :l 5 p. m.
Arrive at Lincoln at 4 : .V,p. m. and 2 :00 a. in.
FROM THE WEST.
I-eaves Kearney, o :30 a. m. Leaves Lincoln,
1 .oo p. in. Arrives Plattsmonth. 3 :0 p. m
Leaves Lincoln 7 a, m ; arrives riattsinoutu
'j :Oo :t. in.
Freight leaves Lincoln at 12 :05 p. ni. and 7 :45
p. in. Arrives at Plattninuuth at 5 p. in. and
Pase-iger trains leave Platlsnniutli at 7 00 a.
m.. y o a. ni., 3 40 p in. and arrive at Pacific
Junction at 7 25 a. in.. j 20 a. in. and 4 10 p. in.
FROM THE EAST.
Paeiiger trains leave Pacific Junction at 8 35
a. m.,8 :2o p. in., 10 a. in. and arrive at Plaits
month t s 55 a. in.. 6 top. in. and 10 40 a. in.
U. V. U. It. Time Table.
Tnhing Effect Sun-liy, Xoi embtr 6, 1881.
5 :l.rpm i
8 :50 j
9 :M I
10 :5o I
11 :40 !
12 :10pm I
1 :o ,
3 :10 j
3 :10 !
15 LI" E HILL
RED CI.CC D.
N AP IN EE
AltltlYAL A.l UEFAKTl'RK Ol'
7..W p. m. i
9.30 a. in. f
8.oo a. m. i
3. )0 p. m. (
11.00 a in
7.30 p. in.
10.30 a in. I
"..') p. in. 1
ll.oo a in.
lt .oo a in.
Not. 10. l
i 7.00 a. m.
( 3.00 p. m.
) 8.50 a. in.
I 6.15 p. in.
3.00 p. in
"7.00 a. m
I 7.45 a. in.
" 2.00 p. 111.
l.oe p. m
1.00 p. in
J. W. Marshall. P. M.
IP IE, S T
OF PLATTSMOUTH. NEBRASKA,
fOM N FlTZOKRALO ..
E. i. DOVKT
A W. Mt'UUOHUJl'.
JOXB O ROURKB
Tills Bank is now open for l)usines at their
jew room, corner Main and Sixth streets, and
is prepared to transact a general
Stockt, Bonds. Gold. Government and Local
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Deposit$ Received and Interest A Uoio
ed en. Time Certificates.
IviOJable in any part of the United States and
In all the Principal Towns and Cities
AGLXTS FOK TIIK
nman Line and Allan Line
' Person wishing to bring out tbeirfrieuds from
PCnCHASK TTOKKT3 FROM CS
ThrouKh to P 1 a 1 1 ns a t h .
WEEPING WATER BANK
of .:ei BROS.
This Bank is now open for the transaction of a
Banking Exchange Business.
Received, and Interest allowed on Time Certi
Drawn, and available iu the principal towns
and cities of the United States and Europe.
Agents for the celebrated
Mm. Line of Steamers.
Purchase your tickets from s,
Through from Europe to any
Point in the West.
REED BROS., 2Kf . Weeping Water, Neb.
EW BKICK YARD.
I have now a new Brick-Maker from the esfet
130,000 No. 1 Brick
Now Ready and for sale. Come and Examine
ttem for Yonreelves. It they
fall on a man off goas
Will Hot He Uiitrsoli for a Qmtlty of Brief.
I am also bow ready to .Contract for
all kinds of buildings and to put
up any kind of work in
At mt place da Washington Avenue or at F.
6. "White's Store on Main Street, Plattsmouth,
-n yOfTx-r dayat home. Kanmlee worth
iJ bU V5fre. Addrese, Stino SCo
$2.00 and upwards.
Merino, Scotch and
I mil t iir.- t m w
ETC., ETC., ETC.,
Of All Descriptions,
METALLIC B UEI AL CASE?
Of all sizes, ready made uud sold cheap for cash
IS NOW READY FOR SERVICE.
Yi!!i man thanks for past patrona-f.
invite all to call ami examine my
LARGE STOCK OP
13lf. PI itT? i: AM) Ofr'FIX
'iSf " C-.V
Vst. res--. K V v v -1
ii-juL - . r, -TV-
Sole Appointing Agent for
The Unrivalled 3Iaon JL Hamlin
Also State Acent for the Henry F Miller and
W. C. Emerson Co. Pianos.
SAMPLE INSTRUMENTS "
at offlce. Leonard' Art (JaHery, Main St.
Win do well to examine our
New Mason & Hamlin
5 . s r '3
MONARCH BILLIARD II ALL!
Iu the basement of Merges' Store,
PLATTSMOUTH, - - - XERii.YSKA.
One door east of the P. O.
Rooms Newly Fitted up With
X KYV 3IOSi A HI II TA IILLS.
Cigars Temparane Drinks
On hand at the counter.
It Is a wide and spacious Hall : plenty of room
for plavers Kad scats for visitors.
P. 15. MURPHY,
Successor to Sage Brothers.
TINWARE. SHEET IRON, Z1N
At the old Mand opposite the new Hsa,
Making & Reairinc Done.
(A Medicine, not a. Driak.)
HOPS, BFCHU, MANDRAKE,
Axom TrBtrr s ki Bst Mmtc al Qrau-
T1U OF ALL OTUB BlTTCBS.
. THEY CURE
ATI I)1or of the Stomach. Bnwela, Tilood.
Liver. KldDi-T. anU I riuaryOrsrane. Ser
vousauas, blreplewncn and eepecimlly
SIOOO IN COLD. "C I
Win be pal for a eaee thy will not core orl
brlp, or lor anvtiiioe; inipnre oruijurioua
found In ttiem.
Art rotir dmirirtHt for Hop Bitters and try
Uicrd before you sleip. Take oo other.
D T. C. 1an absolute and Irresistible cure for
Droakenoeaa, use of opluai. totaco and
Bexd rox ClBCTXAX.
An lie'i KM hr Jin Mi.
! jr 220; iieause !
I ) t-t WaV-Z -- e X
At $4-00 and upwards.
60 cis to $2.50 per Suit
EEE-Z" IEE-S02Sr BTJ"YT:isrc3-
JAIK SJOLIbAR'S WORTH E"
rh esafl&iecl lo
he9 juait ' eieetcd. us iront of aa sto2e9 Mae
Jaci'e Siee Ite takest etowsa lis S&mumi'y laisd
welghecl9 tlie iir4 nearest pses& 4e Feeetve si
ISeI Moom Set9 valued, at 4L09 second nearest
giiets tB. i5 CasXi9 Sal nearer gtiess tS CaIa.
1 if 3ES t s ?1 5" 'J V14
1 " -j
On Main Strset, opposite Court Hov.eo.
made to order. Aiso a Rood line of fmoker's
Articles of all kinds, Tubaecos, .vc, c. 3.jin3
again comes to the fiont with a mag
nificent line of
for his winter trade.
Mr. O'lJourke is known far and
wide :is a first-class
CUTTER AM) FITTER.
Every garment warranted to suit
in ever- iiarticular.
Ever- one who really vrants a irood
fit, calls on him. '-Go thou and do
Shop opposite the Court House, on
lower Main St.
NEW FURNITURE STORE !
HARRIS & UMRUH,
FURNITURE t COFFINS,
and all kinds of poods usually' kept In a
FIRST CLASS FI KXITl BE STOKE
Also, a Very complete i-IookOI"
Funeral Goods, CoSiis, -Caskets. Roces.
Special attention given to the proper care of
the iload. niirht or day. a fir.-t-c!a-s hearse and
earrianes, witli personal attendant whenever
desiivd, Chakwf.s always i:..soxAi-.i.r..
Smith Side Ltrcr Main Strert,
24U3 PLATTSMOUTH. NEIJ.
Has removed from Main Street to the house of
near Joseph W. Johnson's House, whera
We will Always bs Found
a before, read v for all k tnds of
A'ow i the time to give us a call, better rooms,
larger place, want more work and can do
YOU ALL JUSTICE.
Kemember the change anrd don't forget thia
Advertisement. WM. B. REOWX.
U V MzLthevm,
Hardware, Cdtlery, Nails,
Iron, Wagon Stock,
STOVES and T1N-WAIIE,
Iron, Wood Stock, rumps.
1? I ELD & GARDEN SEEDS. HOPS ,
AND ALL KINDS OF SHEET
IRON WORK, Kept in Stock. '
Making aindItepalri ng,
NEATNESS & DISPATCH-
All Wvrk Warranted.
e3 raa a n
3 S.Egd ;
I roy Laundr Y!
At $8.00 and upwards.
From 15 Cents upwards.
' I U H A
s.--rJz ! -! s. r-.:s w i isr-j Tr i v-a . -"pwi 4 rs
gne.at tBi weight f tlae laie
pssaftc ti?.f BnjreBE
la 13 '
m Efri HYV t rT?S
la a u.
Aud presents to tho amount of
& 2, OO O
For the best yields therefrom, and the
FOR OXLl $3.50 PER YEA.
Next Seed Distribution
to be sent free to those whosfubseribt for BOTH
PATERS, at 3.5o, is briefly as follows :
1st, Tlic Ilurai Iltavy Dent
The heaviest welirht of kernel and ear. One
hundred uud seventeen bushel of chellcd corn
per acre on 50 afres. So certified to.
"id. Rural Tlioroiighbreri Flint
Raised in the Rural family for 26 consecutive
years. Longest ears 1G inches.
Sd.lVysor's Cross-Breil FnKzo
The larsrest kernal of any wheat in onltivatlou
claimed. Hardy, di'seafe-refifting, prolific
4fli. Surprise lVbcat.
Four kernels In a breast. Very prolific nnd
hardy. At the rate of 72 biifhels.per acre ha
been raided 011 Jinall plot.
5tli, Sliuniakcr Wlieat.
Early, prolific and hardy.
Gfli, Cliallfiic Liniu Reausi.
Seed selected tnrough three cenerations. Of
tfii six beans iu a jKid. Double the yield of any
tiiii, I'ei rcclicn CJolden Ifarl
Several nearts to a stalk. 9
Hili, Tlic Perfect Gem Squasli.
A marvel of productiveness. Fine-grained,
aweet. dry combining tlie exeelieuees of loth
the Summer anrt winter wiua"!!."
9lli, Rural Chafer Hollyhock.
A perfection flower. Three feet of brilliantly
colored rosettes white, lemon, huff, rose, red
crimson, mar:on and nearly black.
All except three N 1cvF.1t offered for sale.
$2,000 worth of valuable Presents
Drom leading Men of tJie Country
for the bi'Ft yields from the Kural Ient and
Tliorounhbred Corns and Vysr's Kulto-Claw-son
Wheat. Subscribe for the NKHKASIvA
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World's Model Magazine. The largest form,
the largest in circulation, and tiia best TWO
Dollar Family Magazine issued. 1882 will be
the eighteenth yeurel its publication ; it ia now
improved so extensively a to place it in the
front rank f Family Periodicals, and equal to
any magazine. It contains 64 pages, large
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SiaCl."--THKKEV, JOSEPH COOK.
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J slavery and of reforms in religion and politics
1 11 r. 1 u jl 1 r. ii r. 1 iii wi;vc uvta:uc A i n H
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1882 THE GL0BE-BEM0CRAT. 1882.
In its prospectus for lsst tho Olobe-liemc-ciat
announced with pride and satisfaction the
election of lien, t.arneld and the belief that
His administration would be so wisely counsel
ed aud so wed conducted that It w ould give a
new lease ot power to tlie parly under wiiich
the nation had grown flee, strong and prosper
ous, i lie viio baud of an assassin hs since
stricken down the good and tilted man who,
w bile we wrote a year aj;o. stood on the thresh
old of the Presidential otlice, in the prime aud
vit:or of tuauhuiid, w iili a future lull of honor
able promise to bin self and his country. Hie
liili trust which the people had reposed in him
was dropped by the palsied hand of deatli
w hen bin a small part at the great werk upon
which he had entered had been accomplished.
But to quote his own memorable words when
the saddest of all American traedie- was ea
acted, nearly seventeen years atro. (iod
reigus. and the Government at N asliintou
The mantle which was voted to Jamcx A.
Oaiticld by the puople falls upon Ciiester a.
Art bur under tho Constitution of tlie Liu'tod
States, and there is every reason lo believe
that lie will worthily wear it. He was aimot
tlie unanimous choice of t lie Chicago Conven
tion for Vice Presideut, and his name and ef
forts contributed perhaps more than anything
k1o to tlie Mieeess id tne Kepubiican ticket in
the State of N'uw York. He is a man of broad
views, lully Informed on all public nuest ions,
and he enters upon the duties of his t llii e !"
termined to discharge them honestly and con
scientiously. T lie itlohe-Dcmociat pledges
him its cordial susport in every jrood word and
work for the country and for the Kepubiican
party. We hope and believe that miner hi
prudent and si.illf.il leadership the eil spirit
of faction will disappear from the ranks ot tlie
parly, and that unity aud harmony will prevail
in aU its eeuusels. J'liis end once secuisd
there can be no dout ol future success, a lare
. ajority of th people ol this coiiidry are Le
puiiiicans in sent imc nt and sympathy, and
nothing but internal discord can imperil our
triumph at the polls while the c'uuce t- be
tween Kepublieaiiisiii-and Heinocracy.
The (ilooc-Demociat has no new declaration
of nrinciples to aniioiinee. It can l.iirly a-k
Jinimcni as to the future from ttie record of
the past. It stands hrmly by the platform of
tlie party on all national questions : believes hi
tlie equal iishls of all men in law .u.u politics ;
a sound currency with an honest siiver dollar
for part of it; a well-regulated t;Mi:1. Ktvins
protection witliout encouraging inouop.)l . i.'id
a system of popular education so liberal that
iinoraiice and illiteracy shall be inexcusable,
ihese are the main question upon whi. n the
two great panics are now divided the Hebio
crat oppose aud the Kepublicans ailirm as to
each ot th propositiviis we have named
While lully appreciating the magnitude of
national issues, the Olobe-llcinocrat will not be
unmindful of the importance of questions
which allect the West, and especially the
State of Missouri. Among thee is immigra
tion. We shad do all we possibly can to en
courage Europeans seeking a home on this
side ol tlie Atlantic to invest i?ate the claims ot
this great State its fin climate, its fertile
soil, and its jrieat mineral resources, livery
thing is good here except political doiair-uiimi.
Bourbon Democracy is the foe of immigration
iu Missouri, as It always ha been in Kentir ky
aud in other htate. A Kepubiican victoivin
the Mate would do more to encourage the best
class of immigrant? to come within our borders
than can be a complished in anv other way. or
through auy other ageucy. The leaven i woi k
lug, and we" hive faith in iu mecess within a
few years. In the meantime we shall not for
ift that while Kepublicani"m is u help 10 im
luitration, immigration ie also a help to Repub
licanism. The turifiy farmers of t'.i K;'tcrn
States who move West in pursuit of more
land to meet the necessities of a giowiii l iiii
ilyareaot Bourbon Democrats; ,i,d the iu
diisti ions foreigners who come here for homes
i?nd field w .11 soon learn to choose ribiiy pe
tweeu the two nartUs.
A a ccwspaier the Olobe-Iiemncr.ir will
hold the pre-eminence which it has already
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and faithful record of current evens. Its f.ieil
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features, the fulle.t and best market reports
from all the business centers of the world ; the
choicest of current literature for tne family
and fireside, and a well-edited Agricultural
Department of ;:reat value to the former.
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From 'lhe Times. "
Editor of the Times: Tlie state
iiieiitH tecenily pubiislieii in jour val
uabiu paper tnis createil luucli fcxeue
iae:it. i ii iliis city ainon the clad w ho
own ami use horses, aii'i after reailing
your ici'ie.ii that all should write you
w:ki had been benefited by the letter
published from Dr. JJ.ttts in regard to
the i in, akable success Un always hal
with Kendalls Spacin Lure, I decided
to wnte you my experience with it.
ily lust knowIeJffe of tliis remedy
cauiit ihrouii a visit to the office of
the .Massachusetts Society for tho rc
vention of cruelty to animals. This
society was (he first to use Kendall's
Spacin Cum in Boston, and I was in
formed by Charles A . Currier, a gen
tleman in whom I had the utmost con
tidet:ce that they had never used any
thing that woiked so well for spavins
or any lauiexifss in horses, and he sta
ted that he gave it to poor men who
had laine horses and would agree to
use it, and in this way he was enabled
opt along without prosecuting them
as it was sun; to ;tne when persever
ed with. So;n ttniH after 'this I re
ceived a very severe injurr tothekneo
joint and tbo high reccoioinendatioti
which Mr.' Currier gave Kendall's
Spavin Cure, gave me so much confi
dence in it l hat 1 used it for my knee
vritli the very best of results, andsince
that time, my faith has been so strong
in it smeiits I have tried it since then
for toot-mi, 'voi e teats or w.urt3 on my
cows teats :i!so for a general liniment
for my h jrss-s or in my family and I
sincerely believe, with all those' who'
have written you before, that there
never was s:s good a liniment for both
man and beast ever discovered before.
Hoping jou will continue ti give us
more light on this subject I am
Very ruly yours,
Kou't. C. AyW..
Boston, Mass.. Oct. 1st. !S1.
Tlie London Poll M,i7l Gazelle says.
Ihe United States U "i.o m st powerful
na:i -di in tho' world." The editor of
the iuzttlc has evidently had a glinipso
at our navy. ' Wc thought it wi uld
fctrike terror'to tho Btilisli soul.- Nor
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