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WKI'NESDAY MARCH '10, 1875.
Tlic eitixens of Webster County are
reqat-sted to meet in Mia Convention
at Red Ulould, on Saturday March
EOtb, for tb purpose of electing dele
gates to attend the District Conven
tion to place in nomination two can
didates for the Constitutional Conven
tion. A largo attendance is respect
fully urged. J. F. SMITH,
Chairman Central Com.
Notice is hereby given that on Tues
day the sixth day of April, 1875, an
election will be held in Webster county
Nebraska, at the places hereinafter
mentioned, for the purpose of electing
two delegates to the Constitutional
Convention; being tbo number appor
tioned to the District composed of
Webster, Adams, and Kearney coun
ties, which election shall open at 8 in
the morning and close at six in the
evening. The place of holding the
election in each precinct will be as fol
lied Cloud precinct At the Court
Guide Rock precinct At the School
House in District No. 1.
Walnut Creek precinct At the
School House in District Ho. 6.
Ratio precinct At the school house
iu DUtrict No. 22.
Harmony precinct At Wells Post
Oak Creek precinct At the School
House in District No. 5.
Ry order of the County Commis
sioners, tuts 10th day of March, A. 1).
J. A. Tulle vs,
The press of the state is a unit in
upholding the veto of the .Railroad
Tax Rill by Gov. Garber. The Gov
ernor did his duty, fearlessly and faith
fully, and the people rejoice to know
that in their Executive they have a
man above the corrupting influences of
railroad corporations, and who is not
afraid to do what is right This one
act alone will strengthen the ties which
already exist between the Governor
and the people, and proves that they
did not misjudge their man whon they
called Silas Garber to the front
At the head of this column will be
fouud a call for a Mass Convention,
to meet at this place on Saturday
next The near approach of the elec
tion, the fact that a county convention
and a district convention will be neces
sary, and the difficulty of getting
oticcinall !hcmf.mhcrn of th n
4ral committee, in order to hold a
meeting of the same, have decided us
to take the responsibility of calling
the county convention in the manner
indicated. It is about the latest day
that a convention can be held in order
to bn ready for the district convention
which will meet but a few days later.
There is no time to give notices for
for precinct caucuses and to go
through the routine nsual in such
cases, therefore we hope it will be
satisfactory to meet in Mass Conven
tion. We hope that the attendance
will not be confined to citizens of Red
Cloud precinct, but that every portion
the country will be represented.
723 GOVESHOFS MESSAGE.
Vetoing' tie BaHroad Tax Sill
Gentlemen of the Senate:
Exercising the power vested iu me
by Sec 19, Art. 3, of the Constitu
tiofy I herewith return Senate File
S-r of current series with my objec
tions thereto, which arc as follows :
-1., It contains no enacting clause.
See J, article 2, of the Constitution
provides that the style of every law
tshall be in the following language :
"Bo it enacted by the Legislature of
the State of Nebraska." This pos
itive constitutional requirement is
wanting to his bill.
ST Act. S, Sec 3, of the Con-
atitution provides "that the properly
f coiporalions now existiug, or here
after created, shall forever be subject
to taxation the, sama as the property
of iftdividTuakc" - .
It is well ecUliH;&c3i..ie of oon
stttntioaal law, that the property of
individual tnoaTd be taxed in the
rau of its value, but this bill provides
that certain class of corporations
shall sot be taxed in this ratio, that
the property of our railroad corpor
ations shall never be assessed for tax
ation, at wore taan$ 10,000 per mile
even tbonga tk valve be gieatly iu
excess of that sum. With equal
propriety ,-.tLe property of a cLias of
individuals might be exempt from
taxaiinn over n nerlain stipulated
Me,-wkik'ti'WM ef the people
woWe ibetf t ? d tenfcr.
RisriYinyjubWen clans legisla
tion, afx) repvgaaJftt alike to tke letter
.il.i,;rit f our laws.-
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lb. Aside from the legal mni technical
oUJectioa that may be arced afainst this
euura, it doea not appear to Be to be ex
pedient. It would reduce the renere! iueM
nest of the State a aUIioa and a half to
three million dollar. It would reliere the
railroad companies of at leaat 175.0(0 to Uxm
and place this harden apoa the people.
While there U evidently a deposition a
dirpoc ition on the part of the people of thii
State to encoorace railroad enterprises they
are teareely able at thii time to shoulder to
great a burden as this. Many of tdcte.
through their various amnicipsl organisa
tions, hare votd Iarre subsidies to railroads
under the belief and with the anderstaadinr
that their property should be taxed the same
as that of indiriduals, or at least, that the
laaPJespecting taxation of railroads should
not be radically chanced.
The law bow in force beinc in a manner a
part of their contract, to all such, this act
would be an especial hardship, and in my
opinion, it would in the end recoil on theso
corporations, by inciting legislation adverse
and hot tile to thtaj. If it be true that some
railroads in the State are taxed out of pro
portion to other property. I cannot see why
this may not be rcmediod under the cxiittas;
While I regret exceedingly the necessity
that compels me to interpose my will to that
of the Legislature, I cannot, with my under
standing of the law, and my understanding
of the law, and my obligations to the people,
gire the bill my unction. I therefore re
turn it to the Home is which it originated,
without my approval. SI LAS O ARBER.
From the ML Pleasant Free Press.
THE 8317X2333 IN NEBBASSA.
Their Present Needs, ft:.
Niw Loxdo.v. Iowa. March 1, 1875.
Editors Fber Pkeeb. Some time since.
New London township appointed roe their
agent to distribute two car loads of dona
tions to the sufferers in Nebraska, and also
to ascertain while on the ground, the facts,
as far as possible, about the reliability of the
State and county organizations for the dis
tribution of supplies. The importance of
this last mission may be fully realized by
stating that it had been reportel that the
State organization was perfectly unreliable
and using the means and supplies placed at
their disposal more to advance their own
selfish interests than for the relief of tho
needy. Various reports were prevalent, also,
about the extreme suffering and actual star
vation in many parts of the State, but after
traveling in about twenty counties in the
State, I found that these reports wero great
ly exaggerated. I found no cases of actual
starvation, though very many who wero
greatly in ncd of the necessaries of life, and
who undoubtedly would suffer without help
being given them. I arranged for the distri
bution of the supplies intrusted to me, in
places where I thought they were moot need
ed," and in that way which would insure their
reaching the most destitute. In regard to
the State and county organizations, their
condition and mode of distributing supplies,
I found at first there had been much cause of
complaint and mcxy irregularities in their
work; but that they had finally succeeded in
getting efficient, honest and capable men to
do the work and manage the affairs of the
society. The executive committee and the
workers instead of drawing their compensa
tion from the iunds of the society, were gen
erally officers and detailed men under gov
ernment pay, so that all the means contrib
uted could go at onco whore it was intended.
Their manner of distribution was about as
follows: The secretary of tho Stato organ
ization was required to issuo monthly sup
plies to county committees, and they in turn
issue the same proportionate amount to pre
cinct committees, who have a list of families
needing help. Said heads of families on ap
plication on application being required to
is so systomised that there can be no better
or safer medium for distribution than the
State organization, and thoio who Eend di
rect to them at Omaha, may bo assured that
they are taking the best course to have their
donations do'the most good.
It is well known throughout the State that
there are many irresponsible and dishonest
persons traveling through Iows and other
States, soliciting aid. who manage to keep all
that comes into their hands for their own
personal use and benefir. Some of these on
their return have claimed that they are en
titled to ttie credit cf donations sent, with
which they had nothing at all to do whilo
whatever they did succed in getting was ap
propriated by themselves. In my travels I
ran across a man by tho name of Kirkwood,
a preacher who had sought and had been de
nied some responsible position on the lecal
committee, and who, because I refused to
credit his reports and recognize him as a re
liable and trustworthy person, sought by
every means in his power, to circulate falsa
reports of my work in Webster county. Hear
ing of this some time after, I addressed a let
ter of inquiry to tho local committee in
Webster county, and received the following
fr. J. P. BanghiitA, JVetr London, Toica:
io-,KrX0?fs..(rom 0malia. d-ed Jan. 29,
lSio, to J. C. Warner, is received. I reply
would say that concerning Mr. Kirkwood.
we do no support his statement, and that wo
Jul ly indorse your proceedings while here.
Furthermore, we believe you acted inde
pendently in the matter, after examining all
applications of those asking for relief, and by
a personal vi-it to a number of the needy
among as. As regards Mr. Kirkw..od'a can
duct, we believo him to be a mischief-maker,
and have no confidence iu him that his sad
den departure fiom here as solicitor for aid
oitizens an impostor, and not worthy of the
confidence of this or any otner community.
E- H. JOXKS.
W. E. JACKSON,
U. U. SMITH.
i r. ... - . Committee.
,i.ubi, n cistcr t-o. teb.3, 1873,
Much complaint has been made that do
nations for private individuals sent to the
State committee have never arrived at their
destinations. This is no doubt owing in ev
ery instance to noncompliance- with instruc
tions issued by the society for shipping
goods. They have issued a falHetterof in
structions, which should be strictly regarded.
In conclusion, I would sty that the great
anurgent rrorect need vf offerer in ifo.
braska and Kansas, a for saed wita which to
put in their crops, u well as feed far their
teams to enable them to do the work necessa
ry. I have been authorized by the State re
lief and aio society, to aolicit of the people
in this region, still farther aid ia seed grata
for the destitute: aad anything intrusted ta
me will be promptly forwarded, Tha people
of Nebraska admit that among all the States
which hare nobly aad geaerousiy responded
to their distress. Iowa stands the first. That
ia supplies she has contributed vastly more
than any other Stat, while others have con
fined their donations to money. 1 shall be
pleated at any time te maka aay farther ex
planation that may he rexulred, or to aire
aay information ia wy power to aay- ea de-
amac it. J. P. BANGMAM.
Published by authority.
To profideor calfisg a conveatton to
revise, alter or aaaead the coastitn-'
tion of the State of Nebraska
Sr.CTiON I, Be it enacted ?& the
Xejisltttitre of the Slate ofNcbras&a.
That a qpnveatida to rcvy alter or
amead the ooastitattofi of tWState of
Nebrcska, hereby aKee to meet at
tV capital, on the "second Toeednjr in
the month oniaj-.-Sra 1875. Saklj;
was more lor personal gams and partisan pur
poses, than to benefit the really needy, and
he is considered by a lanre nortion of th
eonventioa shall consist of 6ixtynine
membcia, aad tke embers thereof
apportioned and elected from the sev
eral counties, as follow :
Kiehiirdsoo county, four members.
Jntelope, Boone and Greeley coua
tie, one member.
Burt county, one member.
Buffalo, Sherman and Valley coun
ties, one member.
Butler county, one member.
Cas county, three members.
Cedar, Stanton, and Wayne counties
Cheyenne. Keith, and Lincoln coun
ties, and territory north of Dawson
county and west of Valley county, one
Clay county, one member.
Colfax county, one member.
Cuming county, one member.
Dakota county, one member.
Dixon county, one member.
Dodge county, two members.
Douglas county, seven members.
Filmore county, one member.
Gage county, two members.
Hall county, one member.
Hamilton county, one member.
Saunders county, three members.
Seward county, two members.
York county, one member.
Washington county, two members.
Thayer and Nuckolls counties, one
Webster, .Adams and Kearney coun
ties, two members.
Franklin, Phelps and Gosper coun
ties, one member.
Harlan and Furnas counties, one
Knox, Pierce and Holt counties,
Jefferson county, one member.
Johnson county, one member.
Lancaster county, four members.
Madison county, one member.
Howard and Merrick counties, one
Nemaha county, two members.
Otoe county, four members.
Pawnee county, one member.
Platte county, one member.
Polk county, one member.
Saline county two members.
Sarpy county, one member.
lied Willow, Hitchcock, Dundy,
Chase, Frontier and Dawson, and un
organized territory lying between
Frontier and Chase counties, one
Pawnee and Johnson comities, one
Kichardson and Nemaha counties,
Sec. 2. The members of eaid con
vention shall be chosen by tbo electors
of the state qualified to vote at any
general election, at an election to be
held on tho first' Tuesday in the month
of .April, 1S75. Such election shall be
conducted in conformity to laws then
in force respecting elections, and no
tices of the election of members to said
cnnvp.qtion ahall Juvirirnn. hv tlift nifi.,
cers whose dutjr it is to give notices of
electiou lor members of the legislature
Sec. 3. The votes cast at such elec
tion shall be canvassed, and returns
made in the same manner as shall then
be provided by law for canvass and re
turn of votes in elections for members
of the legislature, and certificates of
election shall be given to the persons
entitled thereto, in the same -manner
asmembeisofthe legislature are en
titled to receive the same; and in caso
of contested elections to the conven
tion, the contesting candidates shall
pursu o the same course and be govern
ed by the same rules, as provided by
the law therein forco concerning con
tested elections for members of the
Sec. 4. The members chosen to said
convention, shall meet in the had of
the house of representatives, on the
day before mentioned at the hour of
3 o'clock p. m., and before entering
upon their duties, shall each take an
oath, or affirmation, to support the
constitution of the United States and
faithfully discharge their duty as
members of said convention. The said
convention shall bo the judge of the
election aud qualifications of its own
members, and the said members shall
be entitled to the samo privileges to
which members of the legislature are
Sec. 5. The members of 6aid con
vention shall elect one of their number
president. They shall also elect a sec
retary, and an assistant secretary, and
such other officers and employees as
the business of the convention mis
require. The members of eaid con
vention and the officers aud employees
thercof.shall be entitled to receive the
same compensation and mileage as
provided by law for the payment of
officers and members of the legislature
The aawuut due each persoa shall be
certified by the president nod eounter
sigoed by the secretary of the ooaverj
tion, to the Auditor of the State, who
shall issue warrants upou the treasur
er, and the same shall be paid as other
Sec. 6. The Secretary of the State
shall attend such convention, at the
opening thereof, and it shall be his
duty, and the duty of aU other public
ofieers, to furnish naid convention
with all such statements, book, pa
pers, and public docuaaents in their
peraeciion, or pertaining: t their efiee
a the convention nuy order or require
ThnSeeretsrj of State ekulf furpeh
the convention with such stationery na
they auaj require. The printing or
dered by the legislature. The journal
of said eonventioa, and the debates of
its weathers, shaU fee jnnted and dis
tributed as jonmaJe el the ' Senate acd
Henst nf JUpreeeiutlrninfn newi-
inbuS. . V r -
JStc?- -The .anKbdaMtnken-
lioiis, or revision of the constituting
agreed to, shall be signed by the mcuY
bcrs of aid convention, and tngcthev
with the journal and debate, be Sled
in the office of the secretary of state.
The amenJrusuts, alteration, or re
vision of the constitution shall be pub
lished in tuch manner, aud in such
quantity, as shall be ordered by the
Sec. S. The amendments, altera
tion.'), or revision of the constitution
shall be submitted to the people, for
their adoption, or rejcc.'ion, at an elec
tion to hii called by taid convention,
and every person entitled to vote by
the hfrs iu force at the time of such
election is held, may vote thereon,
and said amendments, alterations, or
revision of the constitution alt ail not
take effect unless adopted by a major
ity of the electors voting at such elec
tion. The convention shall prescribe
the form or manner of voting at such
election, aud the votes ca3t at such
election shall be canvassed, and returns
thereof made in such inauncr as the
convention shall prescribe. The con
vention shall also prec:iba the ways
and manner in which the said amend-
niAnta lf rr rtrn j rt vntticiAn tV ttia
-.WUW, U,.,.UUJ V, H..W4J III IUO
constitution shall take effect, if aiqpt -
i , . . i ' .
ed by the people.
Sec. 9. The Secretary of tho Slate
shall designate some pjer iu each
county of the State wherein a news
paper is published, and each and all
papers published in foreign languages,
to priut this act for the information of
the people, and such newspapers bhail
give the act one insertion before the
Grst day of April, A. D. 1875, and
shall, upon forwarding to the State
Auditor a copy containing such publi
cation, be entitled to receive pay for
the same at the Fame rates allowed
-contractors for public printing of the
lairs of tho State, which amount shall
be paid by warrants of the Auditor
drawn on the general fund of the
Sec. 10. The sum of $15,000, or so
much thereof as may bo necessary, is
hereby appropriated, out of any money
in the general fund not otherwise ap
propriated, to carry into effect the
provisions of this act.
Sec. 11. This act shall take effect
and be iu force, from and after its pas
sage. Approved Feb. 20. A. D. 1875
ARCHIBALD It. KIXSEAR.
N0TA27 PUBLIC, SEAL ESTATE.
AQEKT, AND AUCTIONEER
All business strictly attended to aad all
correspondence promptly answered. Spccia
attantion givento payment of taxes. Collec
tions and Real Estate Practice.
Or. T- B. WILLIAMS,
Tenders his services to tho public and
will attend to all Professional calls.
Office at the Red Cloud Drug; Store.
Smith A Calvert
Wholesale and Retail
Dealers ia Furniture,
Picture Frames, Mirrors,
and Undertakers Goods.
WARE ROOMS. OPPOSITE THE COURT
5Sf" Omaha and Lincoln prices
duplicated. Special terms to those
wishing large bills and the trade.
BANK R S,
AND DEALERS IN
Prompt atteatioa ahrea to CoUeetloafceeas-' i
Aad fumishedit with a Fall ffaaalr at c
DRY GOODS. i.;
BOOTS, SHOES,: FANCY
NOTIONS ETC. :
I Mipote to sell aa LOW at taa LOWjVT.
FCa CASH. "
aCall aad saai!a Jrr.tX
.A?nc?2rtha?es;l3, a ?rlesi ef the
Fnmer asi Isizcir.il Clares.
Ulve-B la T.vrry A3 Nafcaerifcer.
This picture reprwcaU Com. Oliver II.
Perry in the act of pain trow one ship to
another in tnalt open ttoa:. Juries the beat
bi the baulr. exjnx'til to the Cre of the cueiuy.
It ITearcre: 15 tj 22 1-2 Xs&m.
is umloabtrulo the mot leLible cbromo ev
er offerei a a premium, binr'e copir of it
eii at ?3 OJ. H have at a srrat outlay -cure.)
thf ricln.tre ejutrb! an 1 tale ot it.
and therefore ate cuaLied to procut it to oar
patrons ns above.
The hXQUll:i:H ytill stanls pre-emiaest
aa first-clas Xearppapcr. iu rsrious de
parttnent allotted U
And Seserrl ITews.
I ... Jr-.rU-.Af,l-..nH n.U .V.n
fto uiplr its readers with all tte new and
F"nd a variety of reading that canuot fail-to
intercut eacn ami every memberof toe house
hold. SuLjcribh through our aienU or tend
direct to u.
We desire an njtent at every Pout Office
and wbero none are yet appointed, let some
ot our fneuits apply for the ajrencr.
FARAN & McLEAN, Pub's,
DUN VElt HOUSE
D. W. DALT0N, - - - Prop.
Thi? hall hu lately been fitted up with ta
bles of the but manufacture.
Choice Wine.Liquors and Cuars at the bar
O. D. PIlOCTOIt. - Propiuctor,
The Traveling; Publw Will find this Hotel to
bt first clas in every respect.
3Carri.ige runs daily to Ilelrieere. the
enarcst Station on the SL Joe A 1). C. K. R
iy Meat Market.
MARK H. WARNER,
Has jut opened a Meat Market on
Webster Street, next door south of
Park's Shot Shop where he will keep
and sell frch meats of all kinds.
IIIG HEST MUKKT PRICE PAID
FOPt BEEK C TTLB, HOGS,
J ND HIDES.
Red ClQiiri. - - - - Neh.
T. R. LEE
Hastings, - - - Nebraska.
This fvtabliihment has just been fitted up
in Rood sttlo. and is just the place to enjoy
a ttacie of lUUiards.
The hot supplies atthe bar. 1'J-Cm
na S. !! Entire-
La'c Cashier 1st Xat Dank. Clarinda, Iowa.1
HASTINGS, - - - NEBRASKA.
Exchange bought and sold on all
cities ot tbe United States and Europe.
t ounfy Warranty
OOUNTr ND SCHOOL BONDS
Bought and Sold.
Reference ly Permuuion :
B. F. Aixk. President CorA Co. National
N B. Moasic. President First ational Hank,
J'iix i:xKRSHH. i.amer i'aeiac tauoeai
Bank, Council lilcfTs. Iowa.
C C CARraNTER. Governor State of Towa.
C. LisDuam.-f. Clerk .Superior Coart. Iowa.
E n JOIVE9,
Watchmaker & Jeweller,
2SDCI0TO,WS2S7Z3 COUSIT, 1?SS.
Particular attention sicn to Re
pairing Fine Watches and
I. W. TULLE1S,
U. S. PENSION SURGEON.
Ofice 3d door Soutt of Court Houe.
Icsiicscc 0s HTLt Sut-cf led CIczi
4r STAGE IINE.
i T. ?. 132. Prnristsr.
:- Stfular trios will be nsadc between
JW9ATA and RED CLOUD,
XJaNafbe p!e5cd to carry paa?eera
ninihe dzjs ne&rioned, leacoe Bed :
UnsntaiCA it on Xm3zj WtGut,
aVwavA. LcartBf Jamata,
tt -JT 0tt- ".
Xtk. .. - L.cs9Trr JMnuars
J G. POTTER
Takes thit method te Inform the Public that he ha$lul
opened up a new and complete Stock of
DRY COOOS & GROCERIES,
CALICOES. DARK, LIGHT fc 1'INk,
CHAM KKKS. DKLA1M2$. -Aa.
DKKSS TRIMMINGS & WNINCS,
CORSKTS A: SKIRTS, VAl LS CWVfcl
BLKACUKl) AND UNBLKAOHhD MUSLINS
TAULK LINENS. ATOWKLINJI.
PANTS, OVKRALLS i SHIRTING,
BOOTS A HOSt 31 ATS eft CA1S,
COFFEE, SUGARS 4 TEAS tf all Kinds,
Canned Fruits, Oysters aid Crackers,
Chewing and Smoking Tekacces,
FLOUR, MEAL & BACON-
And everything usually kept in a First Class Dry Goods 4 Grocery Store.
-T. G. Potter.
Red Claud, Nebraska.
THE CHICAGO LUMBER YARD 1
HASTINGS, . " NEB
Kceptt constantly on hand the largest Btook of Drj Pine Lumber in the
and all kinds of
Our stock is well selected and purchased direct from the rafts, and will be
fold as low as the lowest.
O. O. OL.IVER
NEW HARDWARE STORE !
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
MITCHELL & MORHART
Have opened a new store and have just received a full and complete stock of
IIAItmVARE, Cutlery, .Carpenter and
COAL 2nd WOOD STOVES. We have ako a Tin Shop connected
with our Store. We umnufacturo Tin, Copper k Sheet Iron Ware.
Our Stock h IjAUGE and well assorted, and re will deal as low as any
house west of Lincoln,
Call and See Before Purchasing Elsewhere.
Opposite the Lumber Yard.
W. L. VANALSTYNE
CLOUD, - -
PINE J 4M S ' LATH, SHINDELS
Lime. Tarred Paper. Etc
ad every Article usually kept in n First Claw Lumber Yard.
I GUARANTEE TO DUPLICATE ANY BILL THAT CAN BE GO!
AT JUNIATA OR HASTINGS.
J. D. POST, Prtprifttr.
Fanan f Ud s alarr Suile it cttaw
all tiaaec te fiaraufc ra aad feJ for
LiTerrrirs Aett afc
ftaklt t nf teTallf7lw,
Qnnttttwg t port of
MME ! I4flJB ! !
axwel! 4 DiRfee
WiA U lafcrsa the smWe tatt the aav
' ! 1 1 iiwriTaJHusaaatwij.if
t wiu a ea t ari
I ?m. . .
te atot lie d iaad ef the Malic. waUk
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TftvTklnlluC'irralntlon IntUf u,y
THE CHICAGO IMST ANI M:t y,
anirrrally ;ooca4c4 t be tt i., ,.
fpieiest. nut ntTpTihja n.l ,,, ,
ateruoiiR cTpiip,r Mthhsl n tit '
wrt. It t Republican tu politic. j,, '
latcM nd bet f pi'tfJal ami prr !!.,(, ..
anu o( lociani aonerai nr. it, ,
reiKsri arc cowptrte. omprehn!i.
tclUliio. The aim or trie miifc.tr, , .
h been. "nd wilt fee. to icnke a fjh
oo.. and piey no:iper. with iu &,
conin"U hap. rjly rro.1 .tul teiu
rd. and inVKluable t eity nd conait. .
K-riders. It U ne f tho tet f.
paprrand haa a coestantly inri;
TKBM3 OF SUUSCltlPTION.
Dailt by wall per annum after J a am.
1. Jij'Ufo jrriii.. Ji v
Dii.r kix months ..-, . - ...
lAtLr three mjntU.-..-..-. ... ;
THK WEKKLYPOST AND A! ML
Ha ben cnlarceI I ix elaht coiuwa r-
vfthe iseof the l)-ilr. an4 -entin. j, t
current general and local new of th - '
with aluabl ftreisB aud ttnacjuU - r
pondence. thel'etlorieof thri.t. r
cat. Ctuhion. cletjr. and other artirl x
with market repnrU preparnl crT. ' t
it country realer. and eiefultr r' t $.
to the hour tf coluc tu pre. Though .
rrraie in Ue aiaWr? it one the Urr,t
iirsin thociuntr. it retatn a h"f'
oBcnl the cheip4t. the annual ul .j.; a
price tciBg only
ob sottaa aa rar cist.
tu which uiut b added JlfleeaenU poitarpj
to be prepaid, alter January 1, by in pu..
luher. in accordanc with lae law wh. h r
Int operation at that lat. Kstraurdu
itidufcracnt ro cffercl to u'wer lrt m
prrfer tnaril th melo of our elul rt
r ltemittnncft xuy b make nthrr l.r
drsfUetpres. Post office order, or r" tJ
letter, at cur rnk. ,
All letter uould ba aililre. t- V
C1IICAUU POST AND MA I L. CO.. 30 o t M
Important but brief now letter? or to!, 'i
ed t"im all partj of the cunntry. N v,
will L takeu ot anouyraouMmmutil.i!i ,.
THE ALDINE COMPANY S
THKALDlNKt THKAUT JOUUXALtf
This rplendld entcrprlsa U nut only r5
mtalncl In cvjwa feature, but l boit-t r i.
rant ly ilerelojJar and ItnoniTtxl. ln i.
ttandr wl'Uout a rival In the wh!o mir' 1 if
peilntllrul literature. The beiutiful -J-t
portrait. ".Mnn's Uuelt)h Frirrwl v.
rhromo prcnted lo etery aubferiber. w
drcMrd hit. and will if pAlbp. add t.. tk.
popularity which thl work ha sTlnr. "T-.
AltT Ul"N fcMlure alo prrtt !
and baiieScetit re ulU. in ktuUi .ulic h.
terrst In tlii fine cuU. Circular and fui" iu
iurtuatiou on applieutlott.
Parts I, II. Ill and IV re now read.
To bo cooiplctedin 40 part), iu"d ftr
laeh fart will contain an elrint fr-ntU-
Lici. i.nctnilly ens;rnvci ott ttral fwr tt
otidnn Art Journal
at a pnie within thf tH.puUr reach. tirr. "
Inc nver betori offered at lt tbitn
tliuM che atxuuiit. 'Vi
Thwa plat-ha(a tu the UrctluB cf
TE3 L01TS0N AE? roWJAL,
Kaea .rt wfti enn'n'a ?!maMi i j-- lrV
cludlna the tlccu.t (runiUpiftn. on h
iiiai pajHpr. a uviu tU'r pif r l
illumluit'din rLajfl g M. wli ht ,f
wiin m iifi parrravi th prti.i- 1
ntirn wora will be worthy rrre"b'i a
ofthe'Tho AIHne I'm " which it
tee of souictlilnc bsaatiful a:i I f a!):..
At a Coat of 25 CentjnFart
r79 I. II A HI Asa Jus.t IVhUrut.-v
THE ART JOl'ltXAlV
OompMe In 12 monthly part. t SI rah 1
plO.Inci38-l,'c!'t full-p.t llluttmtt-r.
fruia the earlier volutu of I ho Aldin
Uach monthly put will contain lx iuctv,
plate wlh acuiniunyinvdwcriptlyx mUr
and wlietiierrnrldniiiiiwor fraMiinr. n V It
rutlrly b)und compel It len In pri. ntxU
tie rharaotrr Krerjr luprrMiun ll bf m .1
carefully tnkcn mi the flout toned t-r.
and i pain will b,,ar?J u ink lh ht
th-hrnl prodoo Ion f a prcM which la ,
In a toarrelouilr ihurt U, a wurU J
0SK3 T20X T2S,iriK2,
EpIallrawric.l f r
Srrnp Rvnk Ulmtrntum antt Drwtinj Go
A Iarg collation of picture of dl!T",
nim an ob lmot erery eoaoiraLIeuitgv t
Mare lfcn put up ia aa a tracti rnt lt.
andareniworrd at a price Intended U
raake them popular lo err im.
KbtcIo! So. 1. eontalnln W braotlfnl
enrrartBg- Uno-m rvm.iv.mml will h ot
rtaace paid to xl aflres for OXK lHii
AR. A liberal dUceaat to aeats aa I
A r lsidil scrtat mXZYiSV JiOOKH
r i. mrnl no prm'nt of More praiant.
nterert sui bs sUtd for i-atlaiaa -r
Ja.J7.0M or yniTit,
2Wfp.l2zllnshi. L .. .,,
9'.L lf boaad. etatk sides; Ut baV.
MO Pp. 12 1 lnck.
So. 3. rail storxw. barrlci b-wd. rUt
t -f VIt.Terj' rkh. ii PP 12,
eeattrwr wail. pvt-paUori;t(-f th
MMarirw iu onmr IU arLl at T-m uh Ila.
722 AlBni3 PA332-?A2?C7TJ.-y
'ln..e?m " "tt reiatI renati. tb
Miler of TtiKALMNK have tprl
ttnprr0in4 bf taany of thtr taost leaaufsl
lit- far p-p9rtoat fraaiiar.
The eau are m-walvl oa a baatiful Uotl
asare u.st. with a haEJme red brlr Iiee4
lo atuch tkm glxf. it U oaly leu for th
fa't0"er t pam aad foU rraa bUw4t
. rder, aad this aay b doae t
S;bftt.IlrL,UBc.2Se with rI.S0
ix 4 this At, tor fl W. when sleeiliia U
fcftfit by saail. wiliest xia, j-wl-paid. fr
CANVASSERS WANTED. .,
TU JLU&Z CG2&LX7,
-' S5 X aidn Lane, New VorV-
CARPENTER 4 BUILDER
WciiM rttftT faStcst tUli'
TFlS4 i Wtj that he it pred u
4 all kiflhia e-f wk ra his lir e a t hart av
Mra?cl Curate. Sat Watties zv
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