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H5SDAYJAN.27, 1875.
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05 Friday let, the Leislatare
elected Hob. A. S. Paddock, of Be
atrice, United States Seaator, for the
fall term of six Tears frea the 4th of
Mirth, oext
While this result may hart been a
aarprise to niaay, and could hardly
have been anticipated by any oae after
the balloting had fairly begun, we
think no one need have any regrets at
the tacoeaa of oar new Senator.
Mr. Paddock casae into the Territo
ry in 1857, and was from the beginning
wide-awake and useful citizen. In
3861 ha was appointed Secretary of
the Territory by President Lincoln,
which position he held until 1864, the
greater part of the time acting as Gov
ernor. For some years past he has
been residing at or near Beatrice,
where he has one of tho fioest farms in
the8tate.
Gov. Paddock, is a genial gentle-
aa, full of good nature towards every
body ia general, and tho straight-forward
manner in which ho carried on
tho Senatorial contest has made him
many warm friends. Senator Tipton
will have a successor, who will bo an
honor to the Stato.
Tnns far tho Legislature has not
done much in the way of general legis
lation, the great interest having been
centered in tbo Senatorial fight, but
now that is over we may look for some
hard work, on tho part of our law
makers. Seed-timi will soon bo here, and
there has Lccn nothing done to pro
vide the necessary grain for the spring
sowing. In this latitude small grains
need to be ia the ground as early as
possible, generally the first week in
March. If our farmers arc to have
the seed it must be procured immedi
ately, or there will be no. crops raised.
A gTcat many schemes have been talk
ed about and advocated, but it has be
gun and ended in talk only. Seed
nust be had at some cost, and it is
only tho question as to tho easiest and
speediest mode of getting it, that
aauses any division of opinion. Some
counties have already made provision
by bonding for enough to meet the
estimated wants of the people. This
5fcfat the best, a questionable method
relief, bmt probably is tho only thing
that an be done under the ctrcum
stances, Nfeuch a course is thought
necessary forNWebater county, there is
to tiiuo to loseU bonds are to bo
voted, issued and soW, but a very few
days will intervene fromNbe time ne
cessarly used and the timowhen the
grain must be in the hands of thcTar
Biers. If some other course is ViW
takes there should not be a day's de
Jay before it should be devised and
ut into operation. We confess that
the JWblein is too hard for us to solve
and lcavjt for those directly inter
ested. It is rcportcd'tba. the U. S. Su
pteme Court has renders! a decision
on the question of taxation of railroad
TaI3s which is aaVrae to'the railroads.
If true, this willrelieWmany counties
from their present eiuVrcassinentSv
The case for the ceun&s wboeo.
ia the maiu. managed by. JDd"D'
taBBnggs,orOmafuk
Governor n -tttt jjfiiT fill . . I"" I
the usual ruu&tWftUcs belonging
-tojhjs jxteittou, aad is gaming in per
tonal popu1lritywvrr-ar. We pre
dict an administration that will bring I
newassrato the lront as being the
Biost prosperous of the Western States.
nfiS-grcsent indications are that the
Boning spnBffbriBg Urge irutm
gration into theuteTThe world at
large hat fakfc in ax fatmnftad the
salaitytf the past year it tooeU
known to be an exceptional condition
la asaterially affect the future influx of
taaee seeking new hones and cheap
1br4s. Ia two yean oar peoale will
have fcrgottaa the rata aad disaster of
1S74.
We art ia receipt of a letter from
geaatar Hitaheack stating that the bill
tae tieae daring whieh
atay oe aoreaa trots
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hat hetaiacar-
lay toasaaf thcaewt-
aad aaelotca ths
copy of tat bill as
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IP OF CBBTAIH
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JTmtod
under such regulation as to proof of
the same as the Commissioner of the
General Land Office may prescribe;
and where men grasshoppers shall re
appear io eighteen hundred and seventy-five,
to the like destruction of the
crops of settlers, the right to leave
and bo absent as aforesaid shall con
tinue to July fint, eighteen hundred
and seventy-six.
Seo. 2. That during such absence no
adverse rights shall attach to faid
lands ; such settlers being allowed to
resume and perfect their settlement as
though no such absence had been al
lowed. Sec. 3. That the time for making
final proof and payment by pre-empt-ors
whose crops have been destroyed
or injarei as aforesaid, is hereby ex
tended for one year after the expira
tion of tho term absence provided for
in the first section of this act.
Approved, December 28, 1874.
sriavnra cattle.
Tat Saab Animals in tit Ortubopptr
'lesion-Qtntral Sristen Propoctt to
Itlitvt their Snffcrinp-Taa Flu It
TTilirolbw.
We invite the careful and earnest
attention of the people and press of
Nebraska to the following card from
Gen. J. S. Brisbin, U. S. A.:
Omaha, Nebraska, )
January 10th, 1875. J
To the Pgdlic :
I am credibly informed that there
are in the grasshopper region of Ne
braska, some 3,000 bead of horses and
1.000 oxen that are in a state of star
vation in consequence of the destruc
tion of crops last year by grasshop
pers. Appeals are made to me to keep
tlicfe animals from perishing by fur
nishing a little corn or oats to subsist
them on until grass grows again.
The Ices of crop3 caused the farmers
to work their animals very hard last
fall, in order that they might break up
as much ground as possible knowing
that the hones and oxen would be
weak in tho spring and perhaps unable
to plough.
As long as tho grass lasted they got
along very well, but tho cold winter
found them feeblo and lean and now
that tho snows are beginning to fall
and cover up what little grass there is
unless we ship corn or oats to feed the
animals. I fear many will die.
There is something exceedingly
touching in the suffering of a dumb
brute and my warmest sympathies
have been aroused in behalf of those
on the border of Nebraska.
The prevention of cruelty to animal)
is a noblo work and one that all men
may engage in with honor.
Surely there could bo no greater
cruelty than to work a horse and not
feed him ; yet the people of the grass
hopper region are not to blame for this
for they have nothing to tat themselves.
We all know how much a farmer is
dependent upon his team for support.
Without a team he cannot plow or
seed, and unless he sows tho family
will have no bread. We dare not let
these animals die, or we shall deprive
the farmers of their very means of
subsistence, and have them on our
hands as permanent paupers.
Moved by these considerations, X
f&ave, a ft or consultation with General
OrriKand the executivo committee of
the Nebraska Ststo Aid and Relief
society, d&rruined to appeal to the
publio for akhiQ relievo the distress of
dumb brutes. v N
I have this day established an office
in the aid building, aV Omaha, and
now ask the people of Nebraska for
donations of corn and contributions of
money. Nebraska people evcV gener
ous notwithstanding the heavy losses
the state has this year hat met with
from grasshoppers and drouth, I am
sure will respond liberally and enable
me to feed the suffering beasts until
I can procure aid for them from the
society for the prevention or cruelty to
animals.
I believe many thousands in this
tty, ia tho towns and throughout the
VI tctTta will FopI it their dtitv to
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" We areafl Kra of ho?eS " hW
ever indfferent i?5"V ta to Pfu
distress few ean wiia ""
suftering of dumb brateWlj,f1fln V1086
.k .M .;.jr.i -p .k-:- i.i. anna xe
touched by the votcelese am;
animals
The ofice established at Oaiafh
uatkrtbepatroaajef the Nebraska
Aid and Rcikf Society will be known
as "The Nebraska Horse RcaeT," aad
I wish the people of every town aad
rural district ia the state aot devastat
ed by grasshoppers to tead ia contri
butions of cora, eats aad atoaey.
Lieut. John F. Treat, 23d iaraatry,
U. S. A., w;U aot as ajaartertaaster
for the parehsse of cora aad oats, aad
ship it to reliable eemautteet ia the
differeat eoaatiee wbe will tee it prep
erly dietribated.
Mr. 3. H. H. Clarke, fBeriatea
deat, hat agreed te carry over the
Uaiea Pactic rtilread oaecar loadaf
eora par aieath tree ef charge lot the
taianTt ia devastated eeaades. I
will eadeaver to ohtela the
fraaehite over the Baritagtea aad
Mkswari railroad ia Nebraska, aad
frow tfc Hat of Umm roads aad the
Northwestera I eaa naek eeetly ai
the 8BBriBg aaiaiahv
1 hen tae-Beeale ef the
efthatt whate aid
will totretpaadwkh bm freajr.
au ta utir pawwr
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COXXUXZCATSS.
Lone Tbee Johnson Co
Iowa, January 13th '75 j
Ed. Chief I suppose the pctple
ia the North West part of your coanty
would like te hear from tae, and know
what I an doing. I hope they will
get something substantial in a short
tine fn the shape of a car load of
provisions &c., which I shall ship next
week.
Perhaps you would like to know my
method of proceedings to get the
people together, so that I can talk to
them a little. My friends got apa
Concert alaott iaipromp u Vocal
and Instrumental Miss Dilaway of
Muscatine, one of the best pianist in
the state, presided at the piano.
Mrs. Jones of L.ne Tree discoursed
beautiful music from the organ, some
times accompanied by Mr. Evans
with the violin, whilst Mist Carleton
with the guitar and her sweat voice,
renvnl us of thirty years ago when
we were twenty Jive. Taken together
the Concert was a success socially,
musically and financially. Net proceds
$27.07. On subscription to be deliver
ed when called for at depot, 155 bush
ehfof cora 22 bushels wheat aad tome
other small donations.
Rev. Chas. Brooks of the Baptist
church, and Mr. Whitakcr are tho
leading men in this little affair, and to
them will tho people of Harmony and
North Franklin be under obligations
for this car load of supplies. There is
to be anothor Concert at Nicholas
to-morrow night, and -also a supper at
Darant on 22d for the benefit of oqr
peoplo. M. S. Budlonq.
Guide Rock Grange,
No. 549. P. of H. J
Held a special meeting on Monday,
January 18th, 1875. The Master in
the chair, and a good attendance of
members present, and the utmost
good feeling and cordiality prevailing.
The meeting was very pleasant and
proGtablo. Ten new members were
initiated and more asking to be admit
ted, and the "Goat" was in good or
der and condition and quite frisky,
and some of the candUates found it
somewhat difficult to prevent being
thrown off, but all managed to get
safely through, and all went "merry
as a marriage bell." The next regular
meeting is to be held on Friday Jan.
29th, and members of other Granges
will be welcomed. Tho "latch string
is out." This Grange never has been
in a more prosperous condition, and
notwithstanding the soaroety of money,
incidental upon "The Grasshopper
Raid." The membership will largely
increase, and a renewal of interest in
the Grange shows itself. And the
truth of the old saying comet home to
all "In Union there is strength, all our
danger it in discord. , GRANGER.
C0V1OSSX0VESS PaOCEEDKQS.
January, 18th. 1875.
Board met pursuant to adjourn
ment. Present A. M. Hardy and
Geo. W.Bali. Minutes of last meet
ing read and approved.
Clerk authorized to send requc6tion
to State Auditor for assessment
Blanks, Road District Receipts and
Tax Receipts.
The following accounts audited and
allowed:
A R Rutherford, extra work
IM) No 2 $5.00
Geo W Ball "X" " $6.00
WVBeal " X. " $3.00
RAdamson " " y" and
timber $9.00
FCockerell " " " 4.00
A M Hardy Comr's fees, haulin
&c. $20.4O
Valuation ef Ira Sleener on Tax
List for 1874 ofLots 13, 14 & 15,bloct
5 Red Cloud reduced to $550.
Adjourned untill Wednesday Jin.
27th 1S75 at 10 o'clock a. m.
a vi monv V
J. A- Tullets, Chr'm.
Clerk.
The Oraaha Republican of Friday
UHt contained a full account of the
"Kin of the Cennibal Islands." He
passed through Omaha on his way east
some time since, and is now on the re
turn trip to the Ptcifie Coast and
thence home. Thirst performance
after resting from their 'journey was a
royal game of billiards the. -King and
his partner winning the fame." After
dinner came a visit to the High School
with which the Kiag was well pleased.
7 p. at. the Kaights Templars ra!-
S40 force aad went to the Grand
Centrals. ' WM corte to the
mhTcV tpcecbea followed.
Tak it theM receptioa the King
haaheeaiaver4 h tbe K. T.,
aitaeagh he it a eabcr of that or
der. At 9:30 KagtTid waa eecort
ed keek to the Graad)eitral where
easeerowc had ail&mbled to
awRoyalHighaeta." Aikagth
K. D. took his rjotkioa ia the
parlor where people were ktrodaced
te him by Mayor Crate. Oee
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An Independent Phjsician,
TKLaTS ALL rOUt 09
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Letters from all parts f
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mob ttm." took the meant a dicalaUaa
f rcr SS0.000 coptes; fttoo, af 'Pun Bomb
Tal,m mow ncntlj aobHhd, wWc toa nit
to the xtnt of 70.000 coptoa: !,
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to aither Dr. Footb, or Uw KtRSJ VU hWa
lu CMMsr. whan otka to lit
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tb forafoiag worlu, to wheat a Uaaral arttt
to allowod. Tto to(iBBiaa af
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wort. "Piaiii Hoaw Tui" ia Barttoalait
aitH4 to adulta, aad "Bemics S Bxoai" Bl
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VICK'S
FLORAL GUHKE
FOR 1875.
Published Quarterly. January
Number just issued, and contains over
100 Pages, 500 Engravings, descrip
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Flowers and Vegetables, with dirtc
tioaa for Culture. Coltraal Pkto. etc.
The most useful and "eleeaat work of
the kind in tho world. Only 25 cents
for the year. Published in English
and German.
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Rochester, N. Y.
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GfiOCEfiY STORE
IM
BcdCfeud, -Aek.
We wwh to iuforra the citizens of
Red Cloud that we have a new stock
oiooda which we otfer at Granger
prices. -. ,
Con9tingoU
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DRUGS, PAINTS,
OILS, VARNISHES
BRUSHES AND
'A
FANCY GOODS.
Also a choice lot of
TEAS, and T0BACC0ES,
PURE WINES and LIQUORS,
'Special attention given to Dis
pensing 01 Medicines and Irescnp
ioni. We Defy ompttitio i in
Quality ami in Price.
R.R.SIIERER.
JOHN
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THE riUCAHO POST AKl MAIL U
anivraty jorx.lH a b tk livflimt,
pleiwt. most atrprlln: and ekat
alftrrBoeaneixpatwr tnkitelln t)ie North
wnu It i Ketibiie3 ia rolitlcx, ha. tk
UtMtaai kl ef porial aaJ presadUpateke
aaJ of loeatatnl aAtal m. Iu mrkt
reiertx are cotlt. mnprehcaflvo aa4
rflllle. Th aioa ef the maaitfrtaM I.
hr been. tnJ will ke. to make a frrh. vor-
ob.j ami tjucjr nwpapfr, lth t new
eonurni Upr. ely rraI an.l rwr-
a. an.l aralaaW t tiy an.l coantrr st'-
tcriJcnu It U ae of th-.t t famHy
rsprr, ,a4 ha a co&tta&ttr iacrtasta cif
cuianon.
TKDMS OF SUB50UI!TI0N.
DitT roall per annum afttr Janaary
. r-ottce prepaia ,.., . .. -5.,
DitLr tix woatb
3M
Daily three taoaths..,.,
.- 1.T0
TnK WKKKLY 1MST AND JtAlt
llai ben enl.tnol to sixelsht column pare
uftheiitoof the lUllr. an-l cintniaalt the
current trncwl an! Iorl nr o( tha week,
with valuable forvicn aii-1 dotattti cwrre-
flHBden-e, the li ;oHt of the la.v. rolltl
cal. fshion. society, and other attic' . ami.
wlthaaarkei rrt.rU pieiuie.1 xvttr for ,
u roiiRtry reAdcrs. ant crytuuv MiMt np
to the hour of aeiat to pm Thoth IU In- ,
crwje In ii& ntakrs it nae the lart ik
lir in the o.untr. it roiu la a herctufure
oneutthc rhcpcit.the annual aattoetipUea
price boing only
' Cl
OSS DOLLt AXt rtSTT CCXT,
to which nut h added fileencunU pitate.
to be prepaid, alter January 1. br Ibr pul-
iliner. in acroruanca with tb lw '
wf..!Tm dta.W
inti operation at lhat dtte.
Kxtrroi Unary
eve wurl ffci'-
iadufemrnt arc rtTcre1l to uWr ber. who
Drefrr to avil i h tn-h e- of our club ra' r. '
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Itrmittnnr nliv ht. mtlr it.r .r i
draft. rxpir. I'ostodceonlrr. or -clitr4
lV
letter, at our rbk.
All letters rhou'd br a'drefe-l to th
CHICAGO l'OST AND MAIL CO.. Jxlund M
Dearborn street.
IiniMirtnnt but brief new letters are o'leit
ed from all parts of the country. No niiieo
will be taken ot unoujiuoujeomtunnientnnit.
THE ALDINE COMPANY'S
jlYew Iu!lientlu.H.
SOLO ONLY 3Y SUBSCRIPTION.
TUB ALUXN'i:: Tin: ART JOURNAL OP
AMEUIt'A.
Tbb splendid enterprise I not only w!l
tillntnitl in ilfiirr fVnttirf. litit l litn 111.
stantly developed and iinrroml. It ! lay ',
vianti wi'iiimi .- tit.ii in inn wni'ir worm 01
pori'Hliral li'-mtur.. The Icmtiiul ttf
portrnlt. "Mali's l'n'rlOli Krieud." a
ehroino rresen:"! to crny mlmerifxr, U n
decided hit. and will if pontile, hM to tho
popularity which thi' w.nk li.i Kiiipti. Ihe
ART UMliN rt'Miurn si pr uiuj reut !
and brnelicent result. In aroiuin; i ubtic In
terest in the flno art. Circulars and Tub' in
formation on application.
Parts I. II, III and IV are now ready.
Sutton's-
LSistraz-uora inssczLL.crr.
To bo completed in 40
parts, Usuod for-
Liflbtly.
aoh part will contain an decant front!
tdc
oririnslly enirrarcl on steel for tha
London Art Journal
REPRODUCING
at a price within th popular reach, ensrmv
ins never before offered at lc- than five
limes the amount.
Tbee plattshuve been the attmctlon of
THS L017D01T AIT J0UH1TAL,
Kah purt will i-ontain Sfintmrto paees. In-
clttdlni: the eleirnnt frontb.pK.ee. on 1h
plate p'jper. A niperb title ae. rbbly ;
,1,.aia.,.',,,,.inrc:lan,i 'l- riM ht ).:
with the first pnrt, nu'l th- printin of ta ;
entire wora wilt bo t worthy rcpn-enUtioii
of the "Tho Alfiue IVm" which i a iruarn-
tee of somethioK beautiful nii.l vuluable.
At a Cttt tf 25 Cetti a Part
PttT3 I, II & lit AkK J 1ST i'l'BUSIIKn.
THK ART JOURXAIj
Complete in l' monthly p-wts. at SI etch Ke-
pitiduclnir lebet full pre lllatrntion
from the earlier volumes uf ihe Aldlne.
Kach tnonthly part will contain iz suprro
plate withMCofut'-inyiriitdserlntivw ivuttor
ptjd whether for linniror frammir. wilt lie
entirely beyond cmpHition in prifeorar'W
tic character Kvery mprewlon wlllbe mot
can-fully taken on the finest toned papr.
and no pains will be spare! t rnike thi (he
richet prixlue ion of a .r which has won,
in a insrrelotiily short ttme, a world-wide
reputation.
0ZV3 F10U 7Z2 &LDVJ2,
Especially asorteI f r
Srrnp Book Illutfrationt unit Ihuttnj f,7t
A lar7e colle'tlon of picture of different
Ue and on ljo.t every cofjeeiveblssobjest
have beja pat np in an a tractl'e envelpe,
and ire now offered at a price intended U
make them popular in every p.
Kavelope Xo. 1. coaUlnine 50 b'aatiful
esrravtaff . I now rea4y, and will b
titaae paid, to and addre for ONK DOI'
AR. A liberal discount, to astnU and
teachers.
Scrap Boohs.
A rplen Ud MWtmeuv of" SOUP R0fK3
bsv? seen exprs sly preaarcl for the holUsy f
eascn.-a'jd co prrsat of Kioto. pntiheat ,
interest caa be selrctca Ut antirmsn or
lady, eld or young-.
So. I. IlalflrtBnd.eloth riles. itt beck.
2W i p-llxlfi iBefcr-- . . V
Xo. 2- Half boend. efcUi sUes. ?iJt hv.c.
UJlyp. 1216 laeka . ..-- . ...- P
TS9. 3. fell 3irocer. berdrl boarl. rill
aad antique, tctj rich. W jr.,- I2.W
Leturri to urltr to col i at 2u each Her.
M-nt ty tay suit. ti t-peJ. oa wain the
price.
AZ32SZ rA3G2-rA3?w7TX.
Ib caarla ta rtxte-1 reCt. the
pablwhers of TliK ALDI.VB bve prrerl
jast.riion of siasy f their aos bcAaufal
T .I....Mtii.afl An. liKflfltl tlSjt 1
axmre at. with a kaadsK red border lir.. j
To aUaes the alaw, it cely ieit (r Us
-t,fi.wr tn ftute and f'ld evtrr an already
i-it,21 Urder " thU " d l' JlZZ)"1 Uafe .I uk,
sti..12iBIa.S lth r,!iV,eW,,,,,h"l'Wlto. S ti
sia of !hia at SIM. wk tf ectiS if. i '
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CANVASSERS WANTED.
58 3iMf!ea Laae, New Vork.
CHASE MILLEK,
CAfStEKTER 4 BUILDER,
WHUwurtb'lr tfrsal4 eifiesif ef
Jtri Opee4 aad vietairy tai,.e U rciie.ttt to 1
e!a TsiavfeeC weetLiAh Ifee . Wt a- i
iicaawTesasaisaais.lafW ralifieirtwrn
U teat Mt . Zaist athis
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Astrioa
WIJE,
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rmr TBr
Tin: Art Jochma Or Axsiuca,
A Maasitrtcxjn' CoSccnio.
VCuyoxarCL-
X.T UAaaio un.
The neceeslrr f pa'' J!"" f,,r :h
rrprweautfea of the t.ro.lucioB. of our
. -mi.. kaa alwirs beB tecojalmi.
I -- " ,,v.kMa mudo to ue
I ami aa attcnr have bu mo w
ta wmBt, Tkc -acer"ive fallarc whc!t s-
1 . ..UM. flli0(T-t ra-k attrwpt In thU
aweaew-i'e - -
,.. - . -., " .i.M,M..!t,it
crtintr ta etaousa as iw .- -
nv th in,litrsrence f the people of Aner-
lrtthe clJ of hfh rt. Fe n
,Mp aesrUtien of lh want ' '
I bmT to Mt It were huwb. the ruV r at
once rtltle.1 with stk4?T w -n'.
ami the rU w crvt rtUwau.l cm
mtrcltl triasai-h-THK ALUINK.
T!IKALDIXB,wkltt issued with all tho
rrfplarttr his acne of th t
r, iutcfwt chra tcrUtU
temporary qr
iy iwtcfwt chra tcrUUJ or or unary
.er.(Hl!u!. H b a eWnt mtcetianr .
.. .n.i racBftit Jiteraturo An 1
',. ,. ttw. mrvH sMtmettawf
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artUtte killt In btoi and white. Athaagh
e:h iucceedin nmbr anru irn
pUaHre U Its friend. th- rl value and
U.'o.vufTirK AM)(NKwllt be tnn np-
TrteifamllU ba"l l ifcael-otf fc
tbs yKV1ttrkieikU r
claim perirehapHei. m compjred wifft
rtalerajmUarelAnTllE AI.UIXJEls a
r.L.nn nmlorSfiBI iMnccitln-al d,
,. ., ,1..v-1 nlunJutplv without mpti
napPnached-aUoJuteiy nu' "
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tiua lU PrtOSOr mariner. "" V""" "
a ,cvuiplrt volume can noi uiiriif'5 m d
tuvntlty of fine piper .ind onisr.ivmrf kj ar
other hape or nuraher of olame Ur t-a
tiu.lUcoitta.Ilh9a.threls thv oUr ju .
brittc!
Tho national feature of THK Al.DP'ti
rnttt be taken In n narrow cn. Trn art
If A irmepdUan. While TIIUAI.PINB .a
tn'clr Atnarlcan lastlruttun. tt d.e u
evni:tieltlf n'irly to the reprvluel n rf
M.itie art. Its mlwln Is to cultivatn
l-r tland apprlatlv nrt Ustc, t.ri x A
y ierlininAtr only on irroaii 1 of jolne
intr.tt Thu. nhlle tlinf Uf re He fat
r..n Jf Tilt: LtI'i:, a.. lending eh arwt
eritijj, the pnluioo ot tht inot n td
Anterieati nrtlt. attention will aIwo" a
rive i to peeimn from lerei.-tt niut(nt
fc-ivwf , its ubvribrs nil the plrfur an I
and lntruoiten obtlu.ble from how or
f.,rr-l'n oirce4.
Th
nriifiiu iiiiiiiiniiiu i inv asa
j.o.-ie.tmlwithTlIK AtniNB. air
..t. in.... ,i r -.-.
an.
een
imi.i n..ul (eiturr. And t' tnazment f '
are f smtae mare npp'tiirUUt th 'i f
tor uf-attnent ofdeUU lhn can e ." rt
l by .ny Inferior ps. The Judlcuu la
tern orlon of l.tn 1 eape. marine, fuura, ao I
nniruaJ iuhj"flli, fu't.i'u an untih tei u.tr
ett, I aVtfsftfe whero the cop uf the w:rk
cmfl i tho artlt tw- enely to !:)'
tyl ..f subject. Ihe Itlvrtttur f TlIM
ALlMi (Ktea lSithtUil ifr.ieeful neti.t t i-
iiirni, iHDMhy of the n i tlii 1 feuturr !th
only tjch tmhulMl dl-iiiltHnj a u- n t
Ibtrrlt'e with the popular intcrw'. of ttiaf
work.
' rnSlCTK ?C2 1B75.
i: t y subwrlber for tt will rc-ive
bca'.t fu) portrait In oil color, of the nlf
nob' do wh'es picture lit t former U I
nttrutel much attcutln,
"JJAN'S UNSELFISH fRJEJiO"
will t w?Irtme) in tfrf btiiun. I.rr h r
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"";"?"- '" !",., ' Is "r '"" f
tst,i tnttieitte. tnit it teem in veritaiiie
prerna wf thf smuul lUelf. The llev TV
If mUlTilm WU that In. on .'.'r,.
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f'unll and do, tr f5d,rtt in ,kln Lrk
nt It 1 Altheuirh o naturtt. km r. who
thl prtmiun oljrtfao tr.i. ha the . i'iitt.
far of holn. bitten. W
Resii - the eromo. tvvrf nlane'eeJ,
ertoTtKALDINi: fir l".i o' tjt-l
nisml el . and entitled to all the imiie- A
A.liUmr. Art Union.
The i nvn owns fJ.riri ale f all T1H
A1.D1' pieture. whih. w.th othf p.u it
lues anlj f.mttvlns. are to be It rtiit-
atnot.itlr'iiaiimlf Te erjen of .
sul.cnV ,-, lrj diernt pler valued ai
over iif) are d:tlribit?d as n th
ne Is' fg!J, nn I tho awards h( evH ri
at tnfrU.sratftbepubli hn.I la tfce i et nt
ceedinij Uue of Til L ALOINi:. Thi. f-a
ursotiPr ippllss to surlbr who p fo
one yr It advance. Pall particnlar la ejp
cuUretnt on spiluatlon ototns a su-ss
t m m
ALDUS cs3 7cr, tht Carer:: ari li
l;SJ0 sr ai22u la liTascr
(Ifo ctarre for trot!a.
tseeraaeM watw ml THK Af.WJ.a
Ce.
TPJ(' ALIlXXtSwin. brner.be obtain
able jjy hr irTiptten. Tliere will b
redceH errlsh tHr', eah fr snbcr pt. As
was, be seat to the pwbtishrrv direct. r
ban U-d te thlotl eaarasser. withoat tp
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eeitiSeiit ! tlfm. tsarlet the
a3e slxsatttre f Jtsu acrree
Prek:it
CANVASSERS WANTED.
Af on w!es; t aet pers3en'Iy ae a
! eaavaser will reaeive full aad proaaat
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