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WEDNESDAY, JIABCH 12, 1879.
HAVTtmw feE last week Jncen-
Six corpw hre been cremated in
Ike towa of Gotha, Berlin.
Emihj Bobritt died on the 7th
fctot at bis residence in New Britian.
A name Are east of Lincoln on
fke 9tb, burned a house and barn
talscd at 15,000.
Frrt persons were burned to
death at SL Louis during a fire
. O'M. Condon had a fine recep
tk at McCormjek hall, Chicago, on
the eveaiug of the 9th.
M. B. Kkt, of this State has been
coafirmed Indian agent of the Great
Nemaha Bgeacy or Neb.
It la aaaounccd from St. Pclcrs
Twrg that the Emperor and Empress
will Tislt Crimea in April.
Tar governor, of Tbessaly tele
graphs that. a. band of 500 Greeks
oroseed the frontier and destroyed
the village of Lienlikisnter.
Queen Victoria will embark
from Portsmouth on tho 25th inst.
for Cherbourg. The Queen will
probably prolong her visit a month.
Tub United States dtitrict court,
In session at DetOMoines, ousted B.
P. Allea from his costly residence,
aBd tamed it over to bis creditors.
The Nebraska University'hnd its
Chancellor has, we believe, suffered
bo material damage from the recent
Investigation ordered by the Legis
latare. C. P. Stickney, defaulting treas
urer of the manufacturing gas com
paBy, of Fall River, Mass., has been
aenteaced to five years in the state
Gildekoy Wilkeson has brought
cait agaiust Henry Ward Beecher
to recover $40,000 growing out of
the publication of the "The Life of
The citizens and police of Colnm
bas, Ohio, up To the 10th inst., hadj
beea usable to discover who it is
that is atteniDtiuir to destroy the
city by fire.
In the Victoria coal pit in Eng
land, on the 8th iu6t., a collision of
cages took place one being precipi
tated to the bottom of the 6haft, and
eight persons killed.
The State Board of Agriculture
has aaanimously decided to extend
as iuvitation to Col. C. S. Chase, of
Omaha, to deliver the annual" ad
dress at the Slate Fair this fall.
Mies Fannie Conologne informs
the public that the remains of the
murdered young lady fouud in a
trunk at Lynn are not hers, as 6he is
with ber parents at San Francisco.
The Black Hills Journal of last
week says that roving bauds of Iu
dians that iufest the foot hills arc
as thick as lice on papooses. Dep
redations are occurriug almost dai-
ARCHBisnor Purcetx of Cincin
nati his assigned all bis property to
hia brother. Father Edward Purcell,
and be at once tranferred it to John
B. Manix, for the benefit of
News by the way of Geueva,
under date of the 5t!i, reports the
damage by the storm in the Canton
of Vand, at 4.000,000 francs. In
Laasanne district 4,000,000 trees
Indications are favorable for a
big fight over the uext speaker of
the house. uiacKOurn appears io ue
the coming man, and many repre
sentatives have declared 'that Ran
dkll shall be defeated.
At a meeting of iho State Board
et Agricaltare held at. Omaha on
.tbeSth inst. it was unanimously de
cided that the State Fair, having
gone to Lincoln for successive years,
ft should next year and the two
years following, come to Omaha.
John G. Saxe, the poet and lec
turer, ie an other sad example of
intellectual disorder, and hie present
melancholia will excite much sym
pathy and regret. It is stated that
his gloom is absolute and beyond
Reed, of New York,
rithand beat bis wife on
the Bight erihe 7th, irom me enecis
of which she died next morning.
Alleged infidelity of the wife to her
husband was the cause of the
The Sidney lelegraph of a recent
date gives a very doleful account of
the cattle on the plains, since the
anew storm in that vicinity. Hun
dreds upon hundreds have died,
nad hundreds more are in a dying
A RnroBT was received at St.
Louis on the 7th insL, that the Un
ion Pacific R. R. company had come
.into the Dossessioa of tho Kansas
Pacific road by purchase, aud that
hereafter the two roadB will be op
'erated as one.
A famike is reported raging in
the most fertile portions of Bolivia,
a4 from eight to ten persons in the
vTi0taity die daily of starvation. In
. wnall town two hundred and
six persons died from want of food
In twenty days.
The crown prince of Germany
wae to hare arrived iu England on
the 5th to attend the marriage of the
duke or CoBfuuight with Princess
Louisa Margareli of Prussia. The
princess was expected to arrive on
the night of the 4th,
The report of the court of inquiry
relative to ihe conduct of Major
Reno, during the battle of the little
Big Hern, find nothing in his con
duct which required animadversian
from the court, Gen. Sherman and
Secretary McCrary indorse this
ht Ihe KBglish House of Com
mons tSut ,wr day a motion was
nade .in fairer ef adopting female
cnfrafB. wbiek was rejected by a
vate of .217 to J03- The right to
vote will be given to woiupii In all
free countries, and It Is only a ques
tion el time.
Eight more suits were brought
igainat Archbishop Pt " e
Sh Inet., aggregating aboutOOO.
4W arening there was considera
Irte eccitemeHt among clamorous
wwlMirt'hi the vicinity of Arch
'WaMV rsMece, In Cincinnati,
Mar ' forced their way
, iSjjTjhe bHd!ng.but, beyond angry
w4e, &! Purred.
The government last week par
chased at San Francisco one hun
dred and fifty thousand ounces of
silver at a Hundred eight aBd a half.
The Soya! Caatle ef Terverea
was burned last week. Ex-Kmpref
Charlotte, widow of the late Emper
or Maxamillian of Mexico, resided
in the castle, but was safely remov
Micbeli. Carolan was shot and
killed last week in his store at
Kansas City, by an unknown man
who flred at him through the glass
of the window, from the porch.
Officers are in pursuit, but had'not
captured the assassin. ,
The Daily Statc7bHrnaJys"the
whole amount of levy for state pur
poses (his year will be the same as
last, four mills. For 1880 the levy
will be only two mills, an average of
three mills for the two years, orare
duction of 25 per cent, upon the levy
of the past two years."
The proposition of voting $38,000
bonds to the Atchison & Nebraska
Railway extension carried in Crete,
precinct, Saline County, on the 8th
The proposition for $5000bonds to
same road, was defeated in Big
Bluo precinct. The proposed ex
tension 6tarts from Firth.
Night after night last week at
tempts were made to destroy the
city of Columbus, Ohio, by iucen
diary fires. Between two and four
o'clock on the 8th inst., eight stables
were burned, while attempts were
made to fire other buildings by
using rags saturated with coal
The case of the United States vs.
the Burlington & Missouri river
railroad compauy, involving the
the right of the government to an-
nul certain patents issued to it by
the company for 1,200,000 acres of
land in Nebraska, was decided on
the 3d inst., in favor .of the com
pany. A number of wealthy citizens of
Cincinnati, who have an interest in
an Idaho mine, were greatly rejoiced
las week by the news that a very
rich vein of gold had been found in
the two hundred foot level, and
that it furnishes ore yielding from
11,500 to $2,500 per ton in.gold and
The widow aud daughter of Bay
ard Taylor arrived from Germany
in New York on the 6th, aud were
received at. tho wharf by many
friends, including Geo. Bancroft.
Mrs. Taylor appears greatly pros
trated by her bereavement. The
remains of Minister Taylor are ex
pected this wreck.
No LK38 than one hundred and
Thursday last for location in
Nebraska. The train leaving Oma
ha carried out over three hundred
passengers, and was so crowded
tbat it looked, like a Fourth of July
excursion. It 19 so described by the
Congress has passed the follow
ing bills and they havo become
laws : All the annual appropriation
bills, except the legislative, execu
tive and judicial bill, and the army
bill were signed by the president
nnd have become laws, together with
the bill making the requisite appro
priation to pay arrears of pensions.
Let the people of Nebraska, re
gardless of party affiliations, mark
well those men who voted for the
capitol appropriation steal, and con
sign them to the political obscurity
they so well merit Schuyler Sun.
What say the Osceola Record, the
David City Republican and Press,
the Oakdale Pen and Plove, the
Madison Chronicle, and the Norfolk
We learn from the Omaha Re
publican that G. T. Taylor, of Bell
Creek, Washington county, this
State, is preparing to tap about one
thousand maple trees in his large
grove and have a grand 'sugaring"
this season. This is the first attempt
to make sugar on a large scale in
the State. Of course, the result will
be all right.
The revenue coltectorship for Ne
braska has been changing hands iu
quick succession for the past few
months from Mr.Robb to Mr. New
roan, and now it is reported .from
Mr. Newman to Judge Crounse. If
Judge Crounse has received the ap
pointment there can be no doubt of
his ability and fitness to discharge
the duties of the office.
Thb Lincoln Journal says ituu
derstauds there has been serious
omission and clerical errors in many
of the enrolled acts. Some of them
of such a serious nature that it is
questionable whether tho effect of
tho bill is not destroyed." Any. ex
cuse to back 'down from an oncon
stitntional bill will almost always
be received by a deceived people.
Gen. Bdtixr says in his report as
a member of the Potter committee
that he examined tbe question in
the light of the political and party
action of both parties in the State of
Louisiana, where it would seem that
every form, of wrong, miscendnct
and outrage possible to be done in
au election is alleged to have been
committed on one side or tLe other.
The general conclusion Is that la
1876 there was no full and free elcc-tieu.
In the senatorial district immedi
ately south of us, and which W. F.
Kimracl was supposed to represent,
we fail to find a man who commends
him for his vote on the capitol ap
prepriatlon bill.. We have net been
all ever the district, it i 'frit, hat
shall centinae te assiduously Inquire'
ier that great bedy-ef MnKlmmel's
constituency who desired him to
vote as he did.
Peter Van. Ness, who has bceu
walking at Armory Hall in New
Tork since the 36th of January to
accomplish the teat ofwalkiug-2,000
half-miles Jn 2,000 half-hours ; weak
ening under the terrible strain he
lost bis reason last week, and his
friends had a serious time to get
him under control. While iu his
frenzied condition, he was shooting
bis revolver to right and left, en
dangering tho lives of those present
in the hall aud in his sleeping room.
A sad accident occurred at Oak-r
dale Monday last, from the criminal
carelessness of the use of fire arms.
A number of men were shooting
with revolvers at a mark from the
taside of the stable, out of the door,
at a target ou the outside. At the
moment Lauren Means fired,
a man by the name of Frank Mc
Corroick stepped in range of the
shot on the outside of the door, the
ball taking effect in the month and
ranging to the back part of bis head
killing him instantly.
The following persons were elect
ed directors; of the Union Pacific
11. K. Co. on the 6th inst: Sidney
Dillon, F. G. Dexter, Elisba Atkins,
Russell Sage, Solon Humphreys, Jay
Gould, John Sharp, S. H. H. Clark,
David Downs, James R. Kecne, W.
L. Scott, E. H. Baker, F. L. Ames,
Addison Cam mack, W. A. H. Love
land. A report of the directors for
the year ending December31st, 1878,
shows the gross earnings, including
the Omaha bridge, at $13,121,272.
Paying operating expenses, taxes,
&c, there will be left a net income
of $7,931,672. Two hundred and
eighty-three miles have been laid
with steel rails, and 15,000 tons of
steel rails contracted for, to be used
during the present year.
A. 4c IV. K. R.
S. B.Galey, Esq., and L. W.Towue,
the Att'y aud the Sup't respectively,
of the A. & N. Co. arrived in the
city Saturday fast, on a tour of in
spection, so to speak. We bad not
the pleasure of meeting Mr. Towne,
but understood from Mr. Galey that
the Company were ready to build
tbe road to Columbus, if the proper
aid could be secured. The Compa
ny wants $350,000 in bonds along
the line. It is thought that Butler
and Seward will vote all the law
will allow them; the city and pre
ciuct of Crete, Saline county, have
already offered, $38,000, and if Platte
county does her proportionate share,
she can secure the road. It is un
derstood that the proposition will
be submitted to Seward cpurrty
about the first of May ; to Butler on
tbe lOtb, and to Platte on the 20th.
may have sufficient time on his
hands Just now to tell his good peo
ple just what considerations moved
him to cast his vote for a $75,000 ap
propriation to build a wing to a fu
ture capitol at the town of Lincoln.
One good reason will do in the ab
sence, of the other thirty-nine.
Should Mr. Trowbridge e6say to
open hi6 mouth on this question, his
interested constituency will await
his words with breathless anxiety.
The Journal submits that no future
moment will be so appropriate for
this purpose. Now is the time for
elucidation, explanation, justifica
tion or vindication, whichever it
may be before the particulars of
the transaction have faded out of Mr.
Trowbridge's memory. As for his
constituents, this consideration will
not affect them, for they will not
be apt to forget it.
Albion, March, 8 1879.
Editor Journal :
Agaiu, after a silence of a few
weeks, we take up the pen .to uote
the progress and development
of our town and tbe surrounding
country. Farmers are busy sewing
grain, and, the general impression is
that 25 per cent, more grain will be
sown this year over last. Immi
grants arriving daily, and are so
earnestly and favorably impressed
with our country topographically
and climatically. Indeed, it can be
said with all candor and truthful
ness that our winters are pleasant
and delightful. To-day in thejmost
of tbe eastern states snow lies on
the ground to the depth of several
inches, with no prospect of com
mencing operations for a month, to
come, while we are sowing grain
and complaining of its being so dry
and dusty. The town of Albion has
again "taken a start" in the right di
rection. D. A. Lewis and Bro. are
erecting a large and commodious
frame bnildiug 22x 50, two stories
high. The first floor to be used for
their drag business aud the upper
floor to be occupied by tbe Masons
and Odd-Fellows. Neither of the
above Lodges have as yet organized
themselves iuto workiug order, but
probably will soon, as tbey havo a
eaii out, its object being to organ
ize aud get into good working or
der by tbe time tbeir Hall will be
finished. The Baptists have bro
ken ground for a bouse of worship,
24x48 feetand when finished will
be an ornament to the town.
Tbe Methodists expect soon to
erect a bouse of worship, tbe dimen
sions of which will be about the
same as the Baptists'.. fr
We have felt the necessity, fer'
places of worship for' soveral yearsV
In the past the school-house has been"
'used for that pnrpeseH
A great revival of religion has
taken place here during the past
winter and its effect has been felt
throughout the entire neighborhood,
in a moraj and.Tspiritual senseand
the good thai has been wrought, we
hope may continue to grow.
Several more buildings are ex
pected to be erected in our town aud
country this spring.
We have tbe past year had a. bet
ter financial class of people come in
our midst, and more are coining
this spring, as the improvements
will testify. Many who came here
in the pioneer settlement of the
county have sold out and fine frame
buildings are taking the place of
tumbled down aud dilapidated sod
The B. & M. R. R. lauds aro being
bought up rapidly by the new-comers
and thousands of acres, of our
green prairies will be black
ened this summer ready for the re
ception of grain another year.
Ws would say to those who are
looking for good locations and, are
anxious to secure good farming
and stopk farms, to haBtou here
this spring, for we vouch it that be
fore autumu every good piece of
land in our county will be occupied.
The B. & M. It. R. Co. are putting
forth their best efforts this spring in
directing the immigrant to their
lands in this county ; we all know
with what indefatigable zeal they
push their advertising of a new
county. More anon.
Miss Beckio Elliott's school closed
Friday, Feb. 28th. At noon the
parents came with their little ones
and joined the teacher and scholars
in a grand repast prepared for tbe
occasion, after which tbey were fa
vored with 6inging and declama
tions from the children. Then came
the presentation of reward cards
from the teacher. The children and
parents went away well pleased,
wishing that the last day of school
would come soon again. P. S. D.
Thomas, F. Rivet and J. C. E. are
the champion pie eaters on Shell
The Literary is still in progress
and increases in interest.
On Friday evening last Mr. n. S.
Elliott and sisters were favored with
a surprise party by the young peo
ple of Postvillo and vicinity.
March 3, '79. Subscriber.
Dear Journal: I beg and en
treat you to restore the '"c" in "mon
archical,""" lest I should bo held
accountable for a word not recog
nized, I believe, in the English lan
guage. And do not make me say
that the Sovereignty of the People
is one in principle with Absolutism,
lest an indignant multitude of fellow
citizens should' visit me with con
dign punishment. The sentence be
gan: "The Sovereignty of the Mass
es, not the sovereignty of the People
(which, rightly understood, is a
perfectly just claim ) &c ," your
compositor like good Homer, must
for once have beeu nodding ii little.
March 7, 79. c. c. s.
FARM PROPERTY FOR SALE.
The If. 4 N"W.tX, Sec. 4, T. 17, It. 1
E., 1. M., cunUlhlng 8D.ll acres. Sixty
acres under cultivailpn, and the remain
der is good hay land. The improvements
are a story and a half frame bouse with
live rooms, lathed and plastered
throughout; a wood shed; new frame
stable and' granary; corn crib, cattle
shed, hog yards, corraL etc, There Is on
the place a good Well of water. Five
acres of Browing timber consistinyof cot
tonwood, ash, soft maple, elm, .tc. Also
n young fruit orchard consisting of ap
ples. pcachc., cherries, wild plum,
currants and goose berry bunbes, grape
vines, &c, all in Very excellent condi
tion. Four miles northeast of Colum
bus, it is convenient to. market, and is
a desirable farm. Price $1330, two-thirds
cash, remainder in three equal annual
payments. Inquire at the Journal
office, for further particulars, or of the
undersigned, ou the premues.
458-z A. II. GIBSON.
TMIIX CTJLTU1E KOTICE.
U. S. Land Offick, )
.Grand Island, 3cb.,Ft4.JM, 1879.1
COMPLAINT bavins been entered at
this office by Charlie ITcdccs against
Arthur L. JIcKlnnpy for abandoning
his Timber Culture Entry No. 411.
dated April 24, lSli, upon the south-cast
i Section 28, Township 17, North, Range
a west in Platte county. Nebraska, with
a view, to tbe cancellation of said entry:
the said parties 'arc hereby summoned
to appear at this office on tbe -ith day of
April, 1879, at IU o'clock, A. M. to rchpond
and furnish testimony concerning said
alleged abandonment- Depositions in
the cane will be taken at the office of
Saiu'l C. Smith, Columbus, Platte Co.;
Nebraska, March 26, 1878, at 10 o'clock,
A. M- and continue until completed.
- M. B. Hoxie, Itcgister,
460-4 Wm. ANYAN, Receiver.
In the matter of the estate of John Bar
NOTICE Is hereby given that the
creditors of said deceased will
meet tbe executrix of the last will and
testament of said deceased before tbe
County Judge or Platte County. Ne
braska, at tho County Judge's office in
said county on the 6th day of February,
1879, on the Cth day of 51 ay, 1879, and on
the 5th dav or July, 1879, at 10 o'clock
a. m- eacb'day, for the purpose or nrei
scnting tneir cwims lor examination,
adjustment and allowance.
Six months from January 6th, 1879, are
allowed "creditors to present their
claim against said estate.
JOHN G. H1GGINS,
Manufacturer and Dealer In
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
ALL KINDS OV
Store on Olive St.,nearthevldPost-6$ce
Colwnbus Nebraska. 447-ly
ISNOITOPENINGTHE FINEST AND
. . , .' i . . - '
BEST ASSORTED .
V .. . -O.F . --
.. ;. C4!g
Boots & Shoes,
Hats and Caps,
THAT HAS EVER BEEN SHOWN IN
COLUMBUS, AT LOWER PRICES
THAX HAVE EVER PRE-
, i .. ' o r-Hl' i
Don'tbuy a dollar's worth
of goods until you have
seen my stock and
k fc.:i, i. k. I
,i ! 'ii; i 'i
MY AIM IS TO SELL
The Best Goods
IN ORDER TO LARGELY INCREASE
MY BUSINESS IN THE FUTURE.
m tih mir cisi sun.
COLUMBUS, - - NEBRASKA.
GUS. A. SCHROEDER,
WIND MILLS AND WAGONS,
-, . asd rcu. lihx or
-. . -
-rr.r Goods sold cheap for cask.
SftW'OfrBIG AX, lltfc STREET,
smith & tigner,
FLOUB, FEED, GROCEEIBS,
FRUIT, PROVISIONS, &c.
BSST OF BOOOS-T LOWSST- PUCS3 !
ought wad Sold.
HijlwitCuh Price Paid,
' Gdoda Ixchaiged for Produce.
E3TGoods delivered anywhere in the
city free of charge.
NHW'BDILpnSG OK llTH ST.,
Two Soars Eaat of Joarasl OMce.
COLUMBUS DRUG STORE.
AW. DO LAND,
(6UCCHSSOR TO IX) LAND SMITH,)
DUES, P1TEIT ffillililft,
TV11 Paper, Tulet Articles,
PAINTS AND OILS,
ETC., ETC., ETC.
But 01 Goods Ail Lw Prb,
f R. SMITH will still be found at the
ItJL, old stand, nnd will make prescrip
tions a specialty, as heretofore.
- ProTisiomt, Jfc.
Ner Goods at Low Prices.
ALL PRODUCE bought and sold,
nnd highest caxh price 'paid,
orcoods exchanged for'produce.' Goods
delivered anywhere in'lhecity free of
.charge. Express team in connection.
One door cant of Gluck's on 11th st.
Come and sec bur etnek.
4G0. J. IIE3IPLEMAN & CO.
CIT7 HEAT MARKET,
AT., OPPOSITE IIAJt.
Will keen on hand all kinds ot Fresh
and Salt Meats, also Sansa-c, Poultry,
Fresh Fish, etc., all in their season.
Cash paid for Hides, Lard and Ba
con. WILL. T. RICKLY.
CENTRAL MEAT IABKET
OX 11th STREET.
Dealers in' "Freiih and Salted Meats.
Jfcc. Town Lots, Wood. Hides, &c.
--- -. J. RfCKLT, Agent.
'Columbus, June 1, 1877.
I T TV Grcal chance to make
f 1 f II money. If you can't
TwJJLtget gold you can get
" greenbacks. We need
a' person in every town to take sub
scriptions for the largest, cheapest and
best. Illustrated family publication in
the world. Any one can become a suc
cessful agent. -The most elejrant works
of art given free to subscribers. The
prico is so low that almost everybody
subscribes. One agent reports making
over $150 in a week. A lady agent re
ports taking over 400 subscribers in ten
davs. AH who engage make money
fast. You can devote all your time to
the business,-or only your. pnre time.
You"need not be away from home over
night. Yon can do it as well as others.
Full particulars, directions and terms
free. Elegant and expensive Outfit free.
Ityou want profitable worksend us your
address at once. It costs nothing to try
the business. No one who engages falls
to make great pay. Address "Thb Peo.
pie's Journal," Portland, Maine. 382-y
I AM constantly receiving the choicest
of Michigan elder and apples. Call
and taste for yourself.
SoA: WM. BECKER.
RECOMMENDED as far superior to
any other lamp oil in use in the
State. It gives a very bright, clear light
and is perfectly safe. 55-i
. t DEALERS IN
LOIBEE, SHIMES, LATH, DOOL-IISDOIS,
1 H - And BnildJTiP-
RAls&coaatanUy bm.haiid an assortment
-j c nmmmiAijijo ugwtliut vxiou.
Tara sruS.y.sE"1- coltjmbus, jkjeb.
FOR THEOTEXT SIXTY DArYS,-
WE WILL,OJCFER,TQ CAN II MUYEKS, A RARRCHANC:! ORDER
TO REDUCE OUR IMMENSE STOCK OF ., ,
MEN'S AND BOY'S CLQTHLEG,
MEN'S LADIES AND CHILDREN'S
:0QTS A.1STD SHOES,
" : HATS AND CAPS,
Shjrtings, both Woolen & Cotton,
LAIIH TII1ME0 All 1I71IH11 MATS, V
Plumes, I Fringes, ; w
And an Endless Variety bf Other Goodsi
.t t. k
DbfroTFAIL TO CALL AND SEE US, IF' Y'.pU. WEANCTIIEiTAUliEioF
YOURJIONEY. . - .--'
rs T J l T Q
Remember, This 'Will
Fetraaxy 5t&, 1879.
LUMBER GIVEN AWAY!
AT THE YARD OF
JAEGGI & SCHUPBACH,
' 13TCall and get price-list. LOWEST RATES eyer known in Central Nebras
ka. TO SAVE MONEY is thceasiest way to 31AKE3IONEY.
I Mean Business!
Will be offered in
As ray stock must be converted into cash.
Tallc la cheap, lnt price tell.
1 hare set the good aad am Iieaad lo well.
W. H. HEIDELBERGEEV
12th STREET, (2 dgors'Wcst of Hammond House), ,2S0
Dry Goods and Clothing' Store
Is now ready for the Fall-.and Winter Campaign with an immense
At prices that were never heard
of before in Columbus.
Drr Goods kave taken a bie
sad as I bay my poods suictly for cash, I wiU give my customers the be n
efit of it, and supply them with anything in my line at much lower nrices
than they were ever known to be heretofore.
All I ask for is, give me a friendly call and con
vince yourself of the facts.
mm i SM1UL KM.
i. z. xxtczzll. k. s. fl. t. Tturra, x. s
Hans ana Spjis.
S.S.3a2CZ3,K.D. t J.C.SSnsZrX.S.,efCxals.
For the treatment of all classes of Snr
gery and deformities; acute and
chronic diseases, diueascs of tbe eye
and ear, etc., etc.,
siSHlH I mis -
of HARD WOOD aidWitGdNSTOCK
i . t .
be Strictly Cask Sales.
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H ERR AS K A.
tumble in the Eastern Markets ktelv.
of the Revolution Dry Goods Store.
, EAGLE MILLS
fa y .
JOSEPH BTJCHZR, - Freprieter
J3The mjll Is complete in evry. par
ticular for making tbe best of flour. A.
Kqnare, fair MajIae Jsr the
-OTpCjrri'bnine'8s,you can engajre
JLJliO X In- S3 to S20 per day nadi
by any worker of eitler sex. right ia,
tbeir own localities'. Patictilars and'
samples -worth frep. ImproTp your
spare time at this business. Address
Stinson & Co., Tortlana, Ifaintf.
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