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M. HELLMAN & CO..
S"BX j 2fla Pitruliiim at,, Oor lam,
Are offering the greatest
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS !
THEY M8T SELL
MARKED, DOWN THE PRICES
TO SUIT THE PRESENT HARD TIMES. tfitTOALL SOON BEFORE
THEIR STOCK IS EXHAUSTED.
Of Utlmmra, Iowti,
Hareopencd anoftlcoat 212 1-2 FnrnhimSt.,
Omahs, (or tliu tils o( their celebrated "OIL
JWTSpccUl Ratos for Car Lots.-K
MP I Unlfi
Wheeler & Wilson
LOOK fi 1" I T O XX,
NEARLY A MILLION IN USE,
One Hundred Thousand more thauany othor
Family Machine. Maclilno findings, Oneida
silks, Juliti Clark A Co. 's spool cotton and linen
thread constantly on hand.
OFFICES 155 Stnto St., Chicago,
mid 511 14th St., Omaha.
C. W. KINCELY, Local Agent.
o'J 3 in
Chas. L & Geo. Krutli,
Have removed irom531 13th street, to their
507 Dottglnn Nlrerf, Corner 1.1th.
Thankful for imsl f nors, and hoping for a
conliiminca of the same, we would Invite our
old lilciids toctnie to our new ttoreand mo
hi. Wo lure laid In a largo stock of Imported
LIQUOKS AND CIGAltS
Wo Khali mile a specially ot supplying pri
vate families during tho hulldays. diotojt
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
NE corner Faruham and Eleventh ttreett,
OMAHA, .... NKURASKA.
Farmers, Read This
Jluy your Groceries whero you can act
moil for your inonoy. 1'atronlxe fhe
And save Tr.N' PKR CKNT
P. It. AUEN,
Northeast cor, ISth and Douglas it., Omaha.
A AVord to "Traveler.
, Vfchaveaword tossy lu favor of (he MU
alutl 1'aclflo llallroid. It was ths "pioneer"
line weilward, and Utbo "old reliable" route
to fit. Louis. With the linprovementa that
have been niada during tho pail year, we -llcvo
that the Missouri Pacific rMlrosd has tbe
twit track and tho Illicit and saloet equipment
ol any lino west of the MUtltilppl. It la the
only lino which rum three dally express trains
of lino coaches and Pullman sleepers, equipped
with the Miller plslfotm'and Hit patent air
brake, from lesdlngiiolnts In the Weil, through
Kantst City, tMalia aud JeOcnon City to M.
Louis, without change, connecting at Ht. 1onli
with eleven different through routes to points
north, rait and south. Mb thange of cars from
Omaha to fit. I-ouli t! this route, .Psrtlcubv
Information, with mans, tlinb tables,' Ac., may
bo had at tho "Through Ticket" Hal I rood Sta
tions lu tho West, or upon personal or written
appllcallonto (, If. Raxter, Western l'aisen
ger Ageut, Kansas City, Mo,-or.U..A. Kurd
General Passenger Agent, Ht. Louts, Mo.
ICu. 'K','" Turnlnic Cheap Vnrinaj
111 Bouthwcat Mlaaourl
Tti Atr,n" raclAo "railroad corapuny ol
ora 1 S)0,t..,K ' "I lan'l " Central ud
Southwell M.'"0U'l. t from $1 to IIS pr actt
'oven years' time, with freo tramportatlon
?L ti Ht. I-oult toallnurchuers. Cllmato, toll,
ff0. . mineral wealth, schools, churches and
""L . Hdlnz soclttr Invite emigrants front all
lawl n tl,i! land'of fruits and flower.. For
polnti i tixttta A. Tuck, Land Commit
partlcula. I.nU. Mo leodU
The State Executlvo
Cointultteo have mule
arrangements with T.
llAYMKS, Ku. 31N,
Third tt ,'btr l.onli,
who Is an excellent
engraver 'and reliable
gentleman, to nuke
.will for cnnsei of 1'.
Mti. O ranges In other
If . tl.n InwntL tAlhlfl ft
n'atei dcilrlniJ seals itiouW
address Mr, Utyne,
VlUppy ,"'y.0J'Dlrn me0' MVnhod
of Krrors and Ab use i In early me. M
reitort.1. Jmjlwenti to Marriage. k
Mow method of treatment, hew arid , f
ShU Pa ,-in Institution hiving, a blgli pu;
& forTonorable conduct and Ig"
aklif , "'"'
w would call attention to our superior U-
..lY? .,i .trtini all kinds ol Tin, Copper, and
"" &$$ .k on bulldli.gs.'or any
WftMrvffla?5-l, worimen, and
u.'.r.lascentsfor van's iiuin -,
peiiaiy uren.lii4 ever '" M
'-nTk done in our taiablbhwcnt. .,, . . ,
Induc'tnontHfi the purchaso of
OFF THEIR IMMENSE
HEXiXiMAXT eft OO.
XONUMENTS, TOMBSTONES, &c, &
GEO. II. FITCIIETT,
88 Harney st.,het. 13th k 14th,
stand opposite "Checkered Barn."
Trimming and Kcpalrlug done at short notice,
cond-uand Buggies bought uml sold.
SUCCESSORS TO HALL DROS.,
Stam HSnglnes 1 1
Mining and Mill Machlnorj,
and all kinds
Corner Ninth and Nicholas Streets.
Civil Engineer & Surveyor,
Will make 8HIIVKYS, MAPS, and ESTI
MATES, rctrjce (lOVr.llNMI'NT LINES, -s
tabllih loit section cornen, lay out TOWN
H1TE8 and do general turveylng.--adi,rft',
Omaha, or leavo orders nt tho City Engineers
MUSTARD & PICKLE WORKS,
Cor, Jacluon and 13th sti. Deilrn In Orocei
lea, and Agents for FlcUchuiau'a
dll 3m 1IKCK & TIKTJKNB.
Having lud lonz rxiivrlence In well-digging,
I am prepared to (111 all orde is for digging ami
repairing wills or making citterns, 'lermi
CIIARt.RS I.IS0H0FF A Co.,
SU TcnU street, by l'red llaratke.
elllm Omaha, Neli.
CENTRAL CLOTHING STORE!
180 FARNIIAM STIIEET,
hat a la.ge assortment of Clothing, ITata, Caps,
4c, which be will sell at prkei to ault his cut.
toniers. Call and tea. dlltf
Save Your Paper Raga !
Patronize Home Industry!
H.iiEUTllOLD, lOtandKW Pouglt. atreet,
between loth and llih, north side, nuking tr
rasigemtnlt t1) build a
PAPER MILL IN OMAHA,
Petirtt to purchue nveral hundrtd tons o!
ol all ktndt t Wlliril uncea, villi on
3 s s j
ft 8 qS
0' i 15
u I - S B
3 I'M g2 g
9 a a 1
' sf A -
OMAHA WHOLESALE MARKET.
Omaha, Dec. 30, IS73.
For deta'led condition o( Market ud lt
I tall Prices, see local columns.
tlUTTIR AND KfOJ.
Choice Utile butter..
(Jowl flrklu ..
& per dot
Sew York Factory, per lb
western twiervs, tr lo ...,
Wests. n Dilry, rxrlb
Costa Rica ....
(llo, thrice... .
2 00s2 00
7 00.7 SO
1 COai M
Figs, drums, per lb.
r box, new..
Dried currenu, Zanta, uaw
Dried apples, eastern
Dried pitted cherries
Peaches, pared, new .
reaches, unpared, new (halves).
Turkish prunes new n
Codfiih. Qeoraes back ...
f Mackeral, No. 1, K bl3
While Flih " K bhlt.
" " " kits
Sardine. boxes, per case -
FLOUR AMD MB1L,
Flour, winter, V bbl
do do t sack. .......
t 0013 0)
1 I Sal 23
Jtdo Nebraska dot
-Meal do bolted
do do plain......
Unti, per ton ..
Wheat, choice milling ..
do No 2
Oata, tn bulk
Mess pork V bbl
Hams, plain, V lb
Hams, W lb., sugar cured
Bacon clear sides V lb
Shoulders f lb
Dried beef, plain
Patent cut loaf.... ....
Pepper, per lb..
Alliidce. ner lb
Can la, per lb...
Nutmegs, No 1.
ii ii 2
carbon.. ....m. ....................
Urd. No. 1
West Va Lubricating Oil....
White ad, strtctlr pure. .
do do fancy brands ...
do Zinc, pure French
do do do American
do do fancy brands
Red Lead, puro American .
Putty, In bladders
Coarse per lb
av lnO Mteetatettieeeeeteeeeeetaee.t
Dairy, with bags.
Catry, without bags
Young Hyson, common
do do fair
do do good -
de do prime.
do do choice
do do extra choice
Imperial, superior to fine
do extra to choice
Gunpowder, superior to line
do extra to choice......
Japan Natural Leaf,flne to extra
Japan Natural Leaf, floe to
uoiong, lair 10 gc"' -Oolong,
good to prime..
liv rroot. .
Native shipping steers.
Native butchers' stock
Hogs, on foot, 3 lb. .
Sheep, V lb............ .
Calves, V lb. gross
IDtAYV BBOtTM SlIKETINfll.
Atlantic II ,
York Mills IS I Loccsdalo
Wainiutt 17 I Amotkeag
Carolina - -.
Fine cut chewing, atr
LIHC, HAIR, AC.
2 00x3 25
8 00a3 23
2 00a2 23
Plaster, Orand Rapids..
inir, per Date oi u u
(J rcen butchers..
Branded, lOper cent,
aged M do
do shoe robes
S OOalO 00
T. 00a3 SO
1 00a 2 23
S SOafl Oo
8 73at 00
S OOaO SO
4 2ta0 23
Deer, dry, per lb In hair,
MlUK .... ...M..... ....... .MM........
Peaches, lb. per case..
Strawberries do ..
Tomatoes do ,.
Lima Beani do ,.
(Ireen Corn do
Cove Ovitera do
DRY eOODS rRIVTS.
Iondon Mourning ,
10J to 01, per keg.,
ed do ..
4d do .
Sd do ..
8d line blue do
Wrought nails per 100 lbs
6d Untitling mill, per 100 lbs...
8 do de do do...
10 do do do do...
1-ln. bbl do do do....
Horse nails NortuwiMtern.per lb
Burdeu't horse shoes, per keg...
do mule do do ...
COAL 1IARD AMDSOrr.
PltUburg Slack (Blacksmith)...
X Ub OW.lt...
Kettle, ren. choice
Country, choice, per lb
F. A Co., wood caddies .
M. A R.No. IPalm ....
do No. 1 Ueaso.
I. X.L. Olfve.......................M
Toilet Honey, per gross
do Castile, per lb
1ROX AND STKRL.
Iron.common bar per lb
do round and spuare ..
ilo horse shoe liar..................
do hoop aud light band
Cast steel, American....... .
Blister steel American. .......
German tteel.plow and spring..
Norway naU rods, Benaone.......
fly K 11 i lwiau .uiHwa
Mother Shlfton, lorn at Knarril.oro, burled
tork. T e Prophecy date 1413, republish,
flldtl, and now ajln 1874
Carrlagpj without hariea shall g.i,
And aim dents fl.l lie wurldwl b w e:
Around tli world man's th jujlit, slull fly
In hs tnlnktlDgo' an eje.
WttersMull )et mo-e woadersdo;
IIw strange' but el iLey shall Iw true.
The worlliillJcdon shall be,
Aud gold be found at the root of a tree.
1 brouith hills mull shall rlrlo
And iu bone, ur ais, be at his side:
Under water men shall walk,
Shall ride, hall sleep, shall talk;
In tbe air men ihall be teau
In htf, In black, In green;
Iron un I In waltrihall float,
A sully ss a wooJen boat;
Hold shall be found, and showu
In lands not now known
England shall at lia almltaJew,
And Are and water shall wond rsdo;
The world to au end thill come
la tlghlesn hundred and elgbty-ooo.
How the Marshal Received Hit
Sentence of Doath.
The sentence was rend out nt half.
post 9 in tho eretiiug by the Duko ot
Aunmle, President of tbo Court, tho
prisoner being ubsont tho wliile, ac
cording to the French 'custom.
When the Eontence had been deliv
ered tho judges retired and the court
was cleared. Nono were allowed to
remain but the soldiers on guard, a
company of gendarmes drawn up un
der arms in tho body of tho court and
the Clerk of Arrnigis. Then liazaine
wits introduced, and according to a
repoit furnished mo by tho ollicer in
oummand of the gendarmes what
happened was this: Ikzaino stepped
hastily up to tho ledgo of tho
dock, and perceiving from
the solemn faces of tho sol
diers that tho verdict had gone
against him, ho turned deadly
pnlo and sank down in a chair. Col.
Villcttc, the custodian, took him by
the arm, and, whispering to him to
composo himself, assisted him to
ric. The clork read tho sentence
amid profound stillness, but when he
.citmo to tho works "penalty of death,"
Baznino brandished his bunds, aud
exclaimed, in extrcmo excitement,
"It's an infamy I 1 am being sacri
ficed. There is not one of those gen
erals who would not havo done as I
did." Again Col. Vlllctte entreated
tho prisoner to bo calm, but liazaine
continued with a growing agitation
that bordered on fronzy: "soldiers,
this comes of having done my duty
faithfully for two and forty years.
Somo of you must have
served under me. Did evoi
act liko a coward or it traitor?"
It was a ghastly scone. Tho soldiers
stood immovubly presenting arms,
not at the prisoner, who was no
longer au officer, but to tho docu
ment which tho Clerk was holding.
and sevoral of them appeared horror
stricken. Tho Cloik proceeded,
however, and wound up by declaring
to the prisoner that ho had five and
twenty years to lodgo an appeal.
Then onco more Bazaino exclaimed :
"It's an infamy;" and ho was going
to add some other words when his
custodian touched him aud said,
" Venn Monsieur I " This last word,
Monsieur, being the first formal result
of his being no longor a Marshal
of Franco. Bazaiu9 turned and
walked out of court to his privato
rooms, where ho was at once told that
he must submit to having au officer
with him all night, it being contrary
to regulations that a person under
death sentenco should bo for a single
instant alouo. Bazaino has been
wearing tho broad red ribbon and
star of the Legion of Honor, and tho
yellow ribbon and pendant of the
military medal, lie took them off
uubidden and handod tham to Col.
Villotto, who replied, however, that
ho had no orders to take possession of
the insignia, aud that ."Monsiour"
might keop them until his
uppeal had been heiid. "Oh,
what use h thcro in appealing? 1
was condemned before I was brought
up for trial' answered tho prisoner
bitterly, and his next question was
about bis wife and childron, who
wero certainly more to bo pitied than
he. Mine. Bazaino has been allowed
to see her hmlund ovory day, and it
is not likely that this privilege will
bo withheld from her now though,of
course, she will not to allowed to re
main nlono with her husband. She
is a Mexican lady, 23 years old, with
bright, intelligent features, not un
liko Mme. Adelina Patti's, and she
has'ever been devotedly attached to
tho Marshal. They have two chil
drcn, a littlo boy and girl, the eldest
of whom is five years old.
How Joa Hawley Flogged Ben
A Washington correspondent of
the New York Stm gives the key to
Ben Butler's dislike of Qen. Hawley,
of Connecticut. Tho lotter gives the
story as told by n Mi. Seward to the
"Well," BRld Seward, "you know
that Butler had about -10,000 men at
Bermuda Hundred while Grant was
fighting Leo' in tho Wilderness, If
ho had been prompt nud bold ho
might havo gono into Richmond liko
a book. But he got 'bottled up,' as
Grant said, and that was tho end ot
him. Then Grant took the most of
his troops away from him, leaving
niiii iiiui uo n t i,uuu or o,uuu men
under Generals Terry and Hnwley.
It cut Butler
uji mmuiy KHOCKCU
uis military dignity into n
cooked hat. So Butler got his back
up, and determined to do sometljing
on his own hook. Ho had his engin
eers cut n new road through tbo
woods which would bring him out iu
the open country between Petersburg
and Richmond. Ho ordered Haw
ley's brigade to march over this road
during tbo night, expecting that ho
could reach the open country by day.
light, and then assault and capture
Petersburg. Ho sent Kautz with a
regiment of cavalry around tho other
side of Petersburg, to make au as
sault on tho works south of that city,
nt tho Hamn time that Hawley struck
it on tho north. Well, Joo started
off with his brigado on as dark a
night os over you bow. It was the
night that Grunt was fighting Lee at
Cold Harbor. I remember that wo
could hear tho guns of the battlo.
But Joe found that Butler's road was
wonderfully and fearfully made.
It was hacked out of n thick
forest. His engineers hnd left
tho stumps two and three feet high.
It was almost impossible for Joe to
get his batteries ovor thorn. Ho
woikcd liko a beaver, hut at d.iyv
light he was not more than half way
to the open ground. Butler heard of
it, nudtcnta messac to Joe, wntit
ing to know why in hell ho wasn't
in tho open country. 'D you!'
said Butler, 'don't ycu know that I
have rcmovod Major-Gcnernls for less
than this?' Joo sent back wotd that
ho wai doing the b:st ho could, and
if it w.n not s-itUmclory to Butler ho
could remove and be hauged '.o him.
It was well along toward noon whon
Joo struck tho open countrv. Thero
was a tine of works cxtcudiug toward
Petersburg for miles.
A LIVELY SHAKE UP.
It would have taken several hours
to rt-ach tbo city in a straight mnrch.
it. was so lar away mat you could
only see one of its church steeples,
and you know the city is on rising
ground at that. But Joo obeyed or
ders. Ho carried lino after lino of
works nt the point of tho bayonet,
but tho city seemed ns far ofTas over.
About sundown Kautz'H cavalry
formed n junction with him. Kautz
reported that he had assaulted tho
works at several places, and found
them well manned. Ho had been re
pulsod on overy side. A strong force
was already massing in front ot Haw
icy, nnu common tirmienrA
dictated n return to camp, It
was lato at night when tho troops
reached their quarters. Joe sat dowu
without going to bed his nowspoper
lifo had mado him a sort of a nitr,ht
owl aud wroto out his official report,
sending it to Butler as soon as it was
finished. Next morning an orderly
canio to tho tent, and said that Gen.
Butler wanted to seo Gen. Hawley
immediately. I rode up to Butler's
headquarters with Joe. Joe got off
his horse nnd went inside. I re
mained without. I could hear them
at it inside. Butler was roaring at
Joe, and browbeating him as though
ho were a witness in n rapo case.
Every onro in a while Butler would
snout, "xou say in your report so
mm eo. ximviey would answer,
'You misquote my report; I say no
such think.' Then Butler would
swear and talk about the Major Gen
erals ho had removed. For n long
timo Joe kept his temper. Then the
lio direct was given. It was too
much. Joe went for Benjamin. Ho
caught him by tho coat collar aud
shook tho stuffing out of him. I was
thinking about going In, when Joe
appeared at tho door of tho tent.
Ho was as calm as a summer sea.
Como, Seward,' he said, 'let us go.
I shall bo removed iflstayhcremuch
longer.' And wo went back to our
St. Nicholas Bulletin.
St. Nicholas says, with his usual leer,
Kcctin bright eyo and you'll soon see htm
The funny old fellow, perhnns you may know,
Asked Hatter lluuce to help out his show.
St. Nick and Bunce good friends long havo
Th-refqre be called to see him again,
Saying, friend Bunce I've got work for you,
Don't ttaud for prlcca,put tho goods through.
He looVcd round the store and says with a
Those caps for boys are nut equalled I think,
Then there are many, I know, who would
Fur collars covering all but the eyes.
And mittens, wo hoar, are oft given away
By Lvo's fairy daughters to their gallants so
Oloves, my il ar friend, ne'er come amiss,
As some think of refuting a fair damsel's kla.
Furs for tho Ladles, dents where are' your
They always think them a very great prise,
While the children delighted will think it
If you buy from Bunco's a oollar and muff.
81, Nicholas took a grcntfancy to many other
things and concluded that Dunce's was the
UUNCK'S, Tim Clinmploii Ilatletr,
233 Douxlas .St., Omaha, Neb
For levying a tfcclal lax for the construction
of a sldewslk.
Suction I, That the several sums stt op
posite (o the lollowlng described premises, 'to
- i- -Sw'
e to r to oq . y.
being the cottt and expenses, approved by tho
City Council, forconstructlng the sidewalk In
front of and adjoining uld premises, by the
Strott Commissioner, lu pursuance of a reso
lution passed by this Council, and after the
failuro nt the owners thereof to do the same,
after due notice, be and the same are hereby
respectively levied and assessed against each of
said lots, parts of lot, and premises payable to
tho City Treasurer within thirty (30) days
from this date.
Hoc, 2. This ordinance shall take effect, from
and after Us ptsiate.
l'assod Pec. 30th, 1873.
(Signed) J. B. GIBSON,
I'resldent City Council.
Jos. M. McCtiNC, City Clerk,
lly E. U. Kittox, Deputy City Clerk.
Approved Dec. 31st, 1873.
(Signed) J. S. OII1SON,
Ja2-3t Acting Mayor.
Book, 4n.x3.cl. tTolo
D0NK AT THE BEE OFFIOrJ,
Omaha & St. Louis Short
18 7 4!
Tho Kansas City, St. Joo and
Counoil Bluffs R. R.
Is the only direct line tn
mi? . IiOTTXS
and thi; i:ast, rnoM
OMAHA AND THE WEST.
NO CltAMtlE of cars between Omaha and St.
I-ouls, and but ore between OMAHA
ana suw YORK..
This tho Only lue running a
PUiniAS SLEKPINGJ OAK BAIT
FltOM OMAHA, ON AHHlVAt,
UP TIIFS UNION IM4JIP10
rrm;ngers tating oilier routes have a
dlsagrceiMo transfer at the Hirer Station.
rA.si;aHii tuains daily i
EASTERN. AND WB3TEBK CITIES
With Leu Changes and In advance ot other
This Entire Due is cjulpnad with
Pullman's Palace Sleeping Cats,
Palaco Day Coaches aud Chair Cars,
Miller's Safoty Platform and Coupler
nud tho Celebrated Wcstlughouso
Air Brake. '
srSse that your tickets read via
KssusjaajC'lty, . JoirpU & Council
17a Omaha and St. Louii.
Tlcktta for sale at or. Tenth and Farnhsm
streets, and'U. P. Depot, Oaitha.
J03.TniION, KO. L. BHADBUKY,
Fuss. Agt. Uen'l Agent.
J. V. BARNAKD, A. C. DAWKS,
Uen'l Supt. Uen'l !'as. Agt.,
St. Joseph. St. Joseph.
The Only Bohemian Newspaper Pub
lishcd West of tho Missouri
CIRCULATION OVER 2,000
And constantly Increasing. Two-thirds of
this circulation In the States of
nnd NEW YOUK,
CANADA, and BOHEMIA.
A FIRST-CLASS MEDIUM
Tho Bohemians are, for the most pari, In
dustrloun, thrlity agriculturists. Over 2C-0,000
of this nationality nru settled In Iowa, Wis
consin, Illinois, Ohio, an 1 Mlnnosotn. Thou
sands are constantly Immigrating to tho trans
There are FIVE BOHEMIAN NEWSPAPERS
In tho United Stales, and the
now in ITS-
THIRD YEAR OF PUBLICATION
1 68 Hue Street, let. 4th &? $th,
Alinu.'icturers of, and Dealer! In
Booa and 'News Type,
Of every description.
STEREOTYPING & ELECTROTYPINO
In all their vaiioui branches.
Woon Enosavjko, and Pattixn LiTTiMre
A. K, BTKVKXH,
PURCHASING AGENCY I
OFFICE 512 Thirteenth Slrcci,
Make a spectslty of Purchasing floodi aud
attending to business lu Omaha and Chicago,
th-uugh the principal firms nf both cities. Col
lections promptly msdo. Also Agent for the
Ureat American Art Journal,
"THE A L DINE."
fta tn fitOft P" day. Agents wanted I
pi IV ffliiU All classes ot working
people of cither sex, young or old, make more
money at woik for us In their spare moments,
or all the tlme.than at anything else. Address
O STlMHONi Corottland.llatne. 09101?
.The peat Democratic victories In New YorV
Ohio. Marrlaml, and Vlrglali,ihettar ling It,
publican ilefcata In WIcotislc, Iowa, Kim.Ai
1 ml Illinois, foreshadow the e'cctlnnuf a Dem
ocratic Cong ess in 1871, and the election of a
Democratic lnMrnt In IS78.
Tbe rrrctof the triumph al-rady won has
lw'',,'?'",'l adherence to the orgtnliatlon,
unflinching fidelity to the principles of tho
Democratic mrlr. Ilia U'n.i.l'' l... I-..
faltlful to Its trust. When faint hearts talked
ola spoiled party, nd.'ad wrty, a new part),
It bore aloft the flag of the historic, Indomit
able Democratic party That flag. ln.crlU.-l
w It 1 thn legend., Frto Trade ard Farmers'
Rights, Hard Money and no Mou k!Io, tho
Donocratsot Ohio and New York carrlrtl to a
glorious victory, subverting (Iraut'a uialoiltlea
ot 37,UHO and 51,m
A new career now opens before the Demo
cracymote glorious and more beiieDcent
than Its pa.t caret r, Identified though Ihat be
with the founding of the Republic, Its expan
sion acro.s the continent, In half century of
Theenc-i serrpt of Its future, as of ll t...l
atdpnseut triumphs, Is still a steadfast ad
herence to tbo organisation, an unfllnihlng
fidelity to tho pilnclplcsot the Democratic par
ty principles never so needful asnowMo le
applied throughout our Nation, Mate and
niiiuicipai i:ki, to liesl tho wounds and ilemor
nidation of war, to stop corrupt and prolllgiio
exendltiire, to limit and localise powers en
trusted to tho people's servants, to lib. rato
our Indu.trbs from tho fetters of t baibarous
tarltr, our trado from tho fliiiictuitloiw of sn
Irrcilecniible paper currency, and our agricul
ture from tho double plundering of both, ns
well as la repair the wide-spread financial ruin
wrought by the fiscal policy of the Republican
'I ho duly of the World In this onward march
of tho Democratic hosts to victory, Is the dis
semination of iHillttcal truth. Our work will
be fruitful 111 nrnnarllonna the World lawlilelr
We nsk Democrats everywhere lo aid us In
scattering the good seed broadcast over tho
whole laud iluruw the period so Important to
the coming lurvests.
Whero tr how can any Democrat work so
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his party, and their triumph at the lull it Inix
In '71 and '70, ns by procuilng new lenders for
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1 The term, Viowcvcr, Is hut n fcclilo expression of
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upon actual and whueeevil realities. As n clos
observer, I Imu Lllo ultucssluj,' Us posltlo re
mits In tho feu-special dlxcnscs Incident to tbu
repsratn organ. sm tf unman, eluglcil It out as
tlio rlliuux or crou-iilna ftum olmy
inoitlcnl vnrcor. On llsmcrltsnsnpoltlw.
wro, and efiVclnil runerty for IhU clssaofdlscaiie.
and ono lint u III at nil times nnd tinder nllclrcum
rt.niccn act Kindly nnd tn harmony with the laua
nbirliRovern tho femalo system. I nmllhii( tn
stako my icnutitllon ns n physician Nay, oven
mora so confident nm I that It w 111 not dlsippoint
tho most ranulno expectation ora elnglo Imulhl
lady who employs It for any of tho ailments for
Mhlch I recommend It, that 1 nflcr and eell It
under A IM1MTIVI! tlUAUANTi:!:. If
nbenetlclaleaVC. Is not experienced by tho limn
tuo-thlrdsoftho contents of tho bottle aro used,
I will, on return of thu bottle, two thirds of tlu
mcdlclno r.jvliiff. been tnl.cn nccunllnpr to direc
tions, nud tho enso beltiff ono for which I recom
mend It, promptly refund tho money paid for It.
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tions; but hating witnessed Its truly mlrucnloui
cures In thousands of caeca, 1 fei xviir
rniitoa nuil porfrrtly xnro In rlaklni;
boiii my rrpututluu mul mymuuov
on Iih inorltN.
I ho following nro nmonj those dlrcasas lt
which my I'uvorlto I'rCHt'rlptlnii has
worked cures as 1 1 by magic nud w Ith n ccitalnty
sever before) ettatucd by any medicine: Leu
rorrhsra, Kxccss!o Flowing, 1'nlnful Monlhlr
Periods, Hupprcs.loiiH when fmni unnitiitil
causes, Irrejularlllcs, Weak llacli, Prolspsus, or
falling or tho Uterus, Autetcrrlou nnd Uctroic--elon.
Hearing Down Uenrnllone. Internal Hear.
Ncrtoas Dcnress'oii, Debility, Deponr!er;cy.
Threatened Miscarriage, Chronic Conistlon, In-
nammaiion anu un.ernuon oi inn uterus, l m po
tency. )jrronnc.orhtcrllitv. Female WeaLnem.
end cry many other chronic dlfcaecu incident to
woman not mentioned here. In which, ns well
ns in tho cases which I rmo mentioned, my
Favorite Proscription works cures Iho innr
vol of tho world. This mcdlclno I ilo not
extol ns a euro all, but it ndmlmbly fullllU it
KliiKlcnces) of Pitrpoho being n most per
feet epecldc in nil chronic riUcac of tho ocxual
aystcin of woman. It will nut dirnppolnl, nor
will It do harm In any stnto or condition. It will
bo fonnd lnvaluablo In ill. cacs Incident to prer--nancy,
and can be taken In moderoto dores wllii
perfect safety whllo In that ctato. Indeed, It Is
a iTIotlior'a Cordial, nnd fo prepares tbe
system for parturition that it lenders chlUl-tsuoi
easy. I h'"' rccohed tho lienitfelt liralso from
hundreds ol uiothers for tho Incstltnablo bcnctiu
I offer ray FaTorllo Frcpcrlptlonto the Ladies
of America with thu elnroMty or an honest heart,
and for their best weirare. 'fhoto who dcslni
further Information on theso euldi'Cts ran obtain
it in my Treatise os Chronic diseases oftu.i
OEXtnATIVB AND UKtN'Altr OllOAM, fCUt BCCUM
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iu reranl to their manneemeuf
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