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MUUAT IIALSTEAP'S Now York Exln
has petered out. It was an "extra haz
atdona experiment , "
HKD FLANNHL lias boon declared a pro
vontlvo of cholera , nud there in a groa
demand for it. Hero is a chance for oem
ontorgriaing YanVco to got a corner o :
rod flannel. Wo auppoao white ilnnno
would not answer.
Tin : slowness with which some of th
Now York county boards of canvassora
arc doing their work Is accounted for by
the fact that they receive the munificon
cum of $1.50 a'day for their eor vccs : , and
they want to inako enough out of the job
to carry them through the winter.
ON account of the democratic celebration
tion on Monday night , the board of trade
was unable to do anything in the matter
of the proposed chamber of commprco.
The board ahould hold another mooting ,
and take Immediate stops towards the
aocuring of a proper oito for a chamber of
TUB state board of canvassers for Ne
braska will moot on the 24th of Novem
ber to canvass the votoa for presidential
electors and judicial oflloors , such as
judges and district attorneys , to fill va
cancies caused by death , resignation , &c.
Thelegislature , which moota in January ,
will canvass the returns on congressmen ,
ntato oflicors and constitutional amend-
, * AN illuotration of the way in which a
town may bo completely blotted out by a
change in the tide of traflio is shown In
the fdto which has overtaken Lisbon.
Gx , which a few years ago was at the
head of navigation on the Savannah
river. It had thirty stores and did a
flourishing business. Now there is not a
fc ninglo houao left to mark the spot whore
the old torrn stood.
supreme court has the case of Ex-
Marshal Guthrie under consideration.
Mr. Quthorio in refusing to testify at the
I Ohas3 trial on the ground that ho would
criminate himself virtually admitted that
ho had boon justly convicted. If the
supreme court should grant him a now
trial it would bo setting a golf-confessed
criminal at liberty. Ho can only hope
for a now trial on some technical ground.
] , ' . So fir as justice is concerned , however ,
1)1 ) Guthrie deserves the punishment that
lias been awarded him.
Tint cholera continues to spread rapidly
in Paris. A singular fact la that whore
the drainage is bad and the water im
pure the people are not as yet attacked
by the epidemic , while in the cleanest
parts of the city several cases Imvo oo
ourred. It is now feared that this
country will bo visited by the plague
next year , and extra precautions should
bo takou. The cholera has made its appearance -
pearanco at Buonoa Ayres , In South
America , nud it is just as likely to appear
In North Atnoricin seaports at any timo.
"GovKitNon" MOIITON continu B to receive -
coivo a good deal of free advertising. The
Chicago News is responsible for the fol
lowing bit of Rossip concerning him :
Mr. J. Sterling Morton , the Nebraska
statesman who has boon suggested on the
possible editor of the Chicago Times it
ia a rampant free
the near by-aud-by ,
trader , nud , with his loiig-windod essays ,
ho ban bccomo a' constant terror to every
oouutiy , ollico in Nebraska , Thia ao
counts for the demonstrations of dollgh ,
with which Nebraska editors have hailed
the prospect of Mr. Morton's promolioi
to the head of the Chicago Times
When Mr. Morton comes to take charge
of our contemporary , ho will surround
himeolf with frco trade dlssortationistsho
ia able to cull from the catalpa groves o'
the rolling-pralrio state.
A cottiiEsrojJDENT of the Chicago
Times writes to that paper asking a dlcis
Ion of a bet , A.havlng.bot that Blaine wll
bo" the next president , whllo D. wagers
that bo will not. "If Blaine Is elected , '
askos the correspondent , "can B. olalu
thobot , as March 4 ia Sunday , and
Speaker Carlisle acting president ? " This
correspondent ia mistaken in saying tha
the 4th of next March comes on a Sun
day. It occurs on a Wednesday. Dow
over , if it did como on Sunday , the pros-
idont-oloct could take the oath of of lice
on that day. Thla was the case in 1877.
Grant's term expired on Sunday , March
4tb , at noon , and Hayes wai privately
oirorn into office at the residence of
John Sherman by Chief Justice Wait ? ,
but the Inauguration of Hayes and
Wheeler did not take place until Mon
day. It was feared ftt the time that Til-
den might take eomo atops to assurao th
presidency by being awqrn in in New
York city , as the law does not require
the president to qualify at Washington.
AB the term of tlio president absolutely
expires at noon , on 1ho 4th of March ,
i and there on bo 119 Interim , it was noces
ear/ for Dayes to qualify on Sunday , just '
before the expiration of Grant's term.
A GROUNDLESS 1'KAR.
Yc tord y morning several colored inon
were standing on ono of our street cor
ners engaged in dlscus&ing in real serious-
no s the probability of the nogrcos being
turned back into olavory now that Iho
democrats nro about to come into power.
This feeling of unc.isincto among n cer
tain class of Iho negroes h duo entirely
to sensational and exaggerated reports
that have been spread broadcast by the
swashbuckler newspapers that have no
regard for common sonno , voracity or pro
priety. The effect cf exciting Iho col
ored [ race , north nnd south , into a
fear for their safety and liberty is liable
to produce n great deal of disorder and
There is no danger whatever that the
negroes In this country , cither in the
north or in Iho south , will lose tholr liberty -
erty or bo deprived of their rights in any
way to go and como as they please and
earn n livelihood for themselves and
families. In the first place universal
freedom is forever guaranteed to the poo-
[ ilo of the United States regardless of
race or color by the thirteenth amend
ment to the national constitution. That
amendment can never bo repealed. Any
party attempting anything of the kind
would sound its death-knollfor it requires
.hroo-fourths of oil the states in the
union to abrogate that or any other
mondment to the constitution. But
oven if It were possible to restore slavery
and romandthonogro to hlsformor master ,
the idea that such a plan Is contemplated
is preposterous otf Its very face. Wo do
not believe that the southern ox-slave
holders would take all the negroes as a
gift if they were to bo compelled to pro
vide them with shelter and food , and
otherwise care for them as they did In
the days of bondage. The fact i that
the plantation owners nro to-day getting
the negro labor cheaper than they
did during the days of slav
ery , and , furthermore , they
have no responsibility for the life , health
and limb of their negro laborers. They
do not have to spend a dollar for their
raiting during childhood or for their sup
port In old age. Formerly if a negro
baby died it traa a loss ot from $100 to
$300 to the owner , and the death of a
full-grown slave , man or woman , amount
ed to from SSOO to § 1,500. To-day the
negroes in the south may die by the hun-
ircda from epidemics or contagious dis
eases , and the planters do not loao any-
hing , nor do they have to contribute a
: ont for physicians' fees or funeral ox-
) ensos. The negroes may suffer from
itarvallon or from a lack of raiment
nd shelter , but the planters care
lot. The present condition of the negro
n the south Is no bolter than ,
f it is as good as , it was when
10 was hold in slavery , while the
nastors are materially bettor' off by bo
ng freed from the cares and reapousibil-
ilea of their former chattels. Them wf.
time , a few years ago , when the negroes
night have boon in the way of the nouth-
irn democrats who aspired to office and
ranted to rule the state , but for tholaav.
on years the southerners have had it all
heir own way , and the negroes have
lither by force or persuasion boon forced
o abstain from votingaltogothor or to vote
vith them in largo numbers. This will
loubtlcss bo the course pursued in the
uturo under democratic rule. AiTiira a
lave so shaped themselves that the bull-
loser and his shot-gun are no longer
loodod to insure largo majorities In the
louth. f ;
Intelligent colored men , however , are
lot to bo deceived by the dark forobod-
ngB of the B washbuoklor proas , BB ia ovl-
loncod by the following telegram to Pro-
ildont Arthur from a colored minister re
nding in a western state :
From observations extending through
nine year's residence in the south it is .
my opinion that there is great danger of
i general conflict between the two MOOD -
In that noctlon , growing out of the fears
of many colored people that under a dem
ocratic administration they would be )
gradually reduced to slavery ; therefore ,
ns a loyal colored citizen , 1 beg leave to
HUggcsfc that the government leauo instruc
tions to federal otlicoholdors in the south
to bo cautious as to the advice they give
the colored people. Slavery Is dead for
ever , and the possibility of its resurrec
tion ought not to bo proclaimed for parti '
The National HcpubUcun , published
at Washington , which ia not numbered
among the alarmist newspapers , and i
which has boon as friendly to the negro r
as any paper in America , is candid 1
enough to make the following admission :
The colored man has no evils to fear '
greater than those ho now endures. His r
right to go whore ho pleases will not bo
abridged , and such avenues of support
as are now oppn to him will remain fully
as accessible In the future.
JOHN I. DAVENPOUT , ono of the best
republican politicians in Now York , has
had a falling out with Steve Elklns. In )
a card m the Noir York Herald Air.
Davenport pays his compliments to Mr ,
Elkint , who , ho says , "was constitution
ally so lacking in ability to decide imna-
tlons which arose , and so deficient in ex
ecutive capacity as to have inevitably
and unavoidably committed serious blun
ders in the canvats , " Mr. Davenport
furthermore says that Elklna' defeats in
those respects wore so glaring that , in
his judgment , "the conduct of a tramp
lodging homo upon the Bowery could not
bo committed to his management with t
any probability of successful results being tI' '
attained. " 1'c '
to the Lincoln Journal , "
Secretary of State Roggcn intimates that t <
l\o proposed constitutional amendment d
providing for a sixty-day session of the ci
log'slature will lack 10,000 or 1D.OOO of n cib >
majority , Tlioro mutt bo , aome mistake ri
abaut this. According to all accounts
tbut wo Ime received thia amendment
Ins been generally uupporiod , and ia
aiany counties it Ins raooivcd n very I [
go majority , This ie n vory'importaut ,
proposilion , and the people sre interoao ! <
in haviug it declared adopted if it has received
coived a majority. We know that thor
Are persona in Lincoln nnd olaosrhtr
win ) are oppoied to nny longer sonioi
than the present torm. They prefo
oven shorter sessions for they know lha
the next legislature will have a larg
amount cf work to do and a great deal o
crookcdneta to investigate. It is natura
that this class of patriots would dusiro t <
have that amendment defeated , and th
sossiona limited to forty days. Of coura
the amendment providing for a railroai
commission was snowed under by an Immense
monso majority , as it should have boon
THK only thing that now troubles th
average republican mind is what cflec
the labors of the Hon. Church Howe it
Tennessee have had upon the solid south
It seems to us that our distinguished fol
low citixon should have gene back i
Tennessee to inspect the returns and tc
see that a fair count waa had , so that he
could dofinitulyllnform nsftsto the efl'ect o
his proclamations , which ho issued to th' '
unwashed , unloniCcd and unrcconstruct
od yeomanry of that section of the soli
We have never taken any stock it
Roscoe Conkliug , and shall not do so in
the future even if ho should by hook o
crook manage to got Into the Uuilo
States seuato again through a democrat !
alliance. IIo may ba a pure man , bu
his peculiar methods during the adminlstr
tion of President Grant and his antics a
i later day hive contributed largely t
bringing the republican party to the
} f disMter and
OTHER LANDS THAN OURS.
The passage of the British franchise
bill through the house of commons is an
iccomplishi.Hl ftci. This gro&t reform
3111 mcit with but litle opposition on its
rarious readings , and its find
Tas a triumph of lie
ind liberal party. The tones did their
itmost to direst the event of significance
ind rcduca it to a linplo formtlity. The
ory lead era declare they have no cwnne
0 make a fight over the bill at this
uncturo for the reason it it core to be
lefeated in the honso of lorde. Whether
ho house of lords will In the f&se of the
ivorwhelmlng popular sentiment in favor
if this great reform continue its resiti-
nco to the last is , however , problematic.
Vhilo the torlca appear to be conSdent
f their ability to defeat the liberals
nlnistry and bring about a Snal over
drew of the libarals before the people
ho indications are that tfio lord3 trill
asa the franchise bill in a modified bill
1 a modified form before the present
By this now ch rtor 2,000,000 addi-
onal freemen in Great Britain will bo
iothod with the sovereign power of
itizenshlp , and a great atop towards
nivorsal suffrage and a democratic
jrm of government will have been
Mr. Para oil and hla wing of the Irish
eprooontatives in the commons surprised
ud mortified the tories in thia instance
iy supporting the franchise bill , and thua
ot themselves right before the friends
f human liberty in all parts of the
rorld. Lord Salisbury , the loader of
ho opposition to Mr. Gladstone , has al-
oady shown signs of weakness , and
rhilo his followers insist that ho him-
elf will prefer to fight the matter out ,
nd risk a dissolution on the question
nd a contest before the people , it Is gen-
rally believed that concessions will bo
nado on both sides.
The tenth of November is always a
od-lottor day In London. On that day
ho now lord mayor assumes his office ,
imld a parade of modttvval pomp and a
yoalth of antiquated splendor , both in
lostumo and decoration , which are of the
no.st cherished sights of Cocknoydom.
The ancient charters of a majority of
ho old towns of Eugland were ruth-
onsly dealt with by the muni
cipal reform bill of 1835. At least ,
.ho outward 'glories of municipal power
lepartcd with these charters. Before
-his act , and long before the local govern-
nont board in London had an existence ,
vhat wonderful manifestations of grand-
ur were presented to admiring crowds
tt the Installation of the civic ollicoral
What processions there were on every
possible occasion , of red gonna and blue ,
ivith nuico-buaror and beadle 1 To wilk
n toga Rtato to church , to proclaim an
ilcctlon writ or to open a gingerbread fair
n gold chain and clothed In scarlet and
'ur were no uncommon sights.
Bnt those gorgeous diplaya have do-
lartcd , at least from the provinces , Lon-
ion , fortunate London , has boon spared ,
md she still has the glorious privilege of
ntorruptini ; for ono day in the jear the
oal bus inoaa of 3,000,000 people in
loner of the entrance of the now mayor
nto olliso. The display was equal to its
irodocossorsand pissed off with immense
clat , There was a fine display by the va-
lous ancient guilds , In the procession
voro several Nile boats fully man-
led , , n herd of camels with
Soudanese attendants , and a
Irovo of elephants. The historical tab-
oaux were magnificant. Add to those
ho Lord Bfayor's gilded coach and sever-
il gorgeous historical tableaux , and noth-
ng was lacking to fill the cup of joy to
votflowing. Truly , the Lord Mayor's
ihow Is a great thing , and London is BO
rue to her traditions that it ia unlikely
ivor to become obsolete.
The British cabinet has boon unable to
igroo on a plan for the redistribution of
mrliamontary scats and have referred
ho draft of the scheme recently pub-
ishod to a ministerial committee for
imendmont. The delay which will thus
io caused lessons the chances for the in-
rpdution of a bill providing for rodis-
ributlon. A number of liberal members
hf parliament outside of the cabinet are
uiwUely conferring with the loaders of
ho oppouitiou on the subjont of a com-
tcomiso. The basis of an agreement
iropoaod is a division of city constituon-
k's into eight member districts , ono
noinber to represent ovary 50,000 of
lopulationj three-cornered constituencies
o bo abolished ; burghs containing un-
or 10,000 Inhabitants to bo mergnct in
ountlea. end burghs containing under
,000 inhabitants to bo allowed ono mem-
er. An Hgrcouiont will probable bo ar-
ivod at ,
Whan twa countries that are engaged
a a quarrel really want to come to an
t > iocmen ; there ia rarely any difficulty in
ohm so. Something ot thii kind sec mi
bent to happen bettreou Franco &ud
China. A lilU0 wile ) aga Franco wa
loudly proclaiming that there could bo m
pease .vithouthont the payment of n lar #
indemnity by China. Tnero was to bo n
compromise , no abatement of the dumani
by any jot or littlp. China , on the otho.
hand , was equally resolute in the main
tonanca of the position ho had assumed
All this meant that the two did no
want to make peace at that time , Nov
they are of a dlfffront mind , am
so , if wo may trust the cable dispatches
the French Cabinet tin ) discovered tha'
it rually does not wont any of China'i
money , and China will as promptly _ dis
cover that her murderous dispositior
toward Frenchmen was a matter of diplo
macy and not of actual fooling. Th
French deputies and their constituent
are beginning to count the coat and cat
culato the limo required for thia propose )
conquest of China by M. Ferry. The ;
have a clear remembrance of the cause o
the quarrel ( which few Americana ovc
took the trouble to know ) and consider ,
that , as no question of national honor ii
involved , but aa the war is purely an ao
of conquest for a commercial reason , i
is time to find out whether the game wil
actually bo worth the candle.
The claims of the French to a footing
in Tonquln are based upon the help civ
on by two merchant vessels sent in 1791
by Mgr. do Bohainc , a Roman prelate
to Gjra Long in gaining the throne o
Annam. French missionaries and mor
chanU in virtue of this pretext , gained a
foothold in Annam with a vague , half
civil , half-military claim for gratitndo tc
back thorn. Since then there has boon i
perpetual struggle on their part to keep
this hold , and on that of the mandarin
to oust them from it. The French gov
eminent aont out in 1859 aullicion
troops in defense of thcao claims to soiz
on Lower CochinChina. . The real ob
ject of the French after this haa been t
gain full control of the navagation of tlv
river Song-Kol ,
Once in possession of that , they caul
open up the trade of Lies , Thibet an
Yunnan , and turn all the profits into thol
own markets. Shanghai at present is th
only outlet for the commerce of the
mines , fields and wealthy marts of al'
southwestern China , and the success o
the French in opening the Song-ko
means the financial ruin of that city ,
The advantage to the Prpnch in their
f-uoccss can be estimated in solid cash.
bat the increasing coat of this
success begins to appal them.
Would the commercial profits pay for
thie outlty ? The Opposition asked thoa
questions when Bic-Nmh was attacked a
ytmr ego. Add , now that the number of
; roope nnd tupplios must bo doubled to
sustain their footing , they ask thorn with
more pertinency and tarco.
Besides , M. Ferry knows perfectly
voll thst the only reason why the other
Snropean pOK-ern have watched his
course so far without Interference is that
they are waiting to know whether they
are to sb&re In the advantages of the new
ntrkets which Franca hopes to opon. If
not , China will 2nd allies who will aud-
enly discover that she is being ruthless-
y invaded and robbed. If they are in-
ited to share the booty , Invasion and
obberj- will , u usual , bo condoned , as
be "necessary progress of civilisation. "
The question of protection against
orcign competition is growing in intor-
st in both France and Germany ; but
icre is this Important difforonca bo-
ween the subject as presented in thoae
ountriei - .d iho same subject as pro-
anted In oure.5.It IB the ( armors who
want to bo protected there , and it is the
nanufacturors i&ho want to bo protected
icro. The proposition in France and
jormany is to impose high duties on
oroign breadstuff and provision ? ; to
ncreaso the prices of these commodities
nd stimulate the production of thorn at
lomo. Such duties woukl discourage
ho importation of American grain and
irovhuona , and , to that extent , injure
ur agricultural interest just as our
ligh duties on manufactured goods inure -
uro the French and Gorman mauufac-
; uring interest.
There h strong opposition to the meas
ure from the French and Gorman masaes.
t would increase the price of food and
.his . is a sorlouj matter in countries whore
ho struggle tor life is so hard and bitter.
? ho British agricultural class haa auf-
orod more from competition with cheap
> roadatDth from America than the sumo
lass in Franoo aud Germany has , and
British farmora sometimes demand a proactive -
active tariff to enable them to meet thia
wmpolltion ; but ouch a tariff would in-
roaao the price of broad , and the British
leople would never submit to tbh. Their
lohcy Is free trade with all nations and
hey adhere to it through thick and thin.
It will bo many months before- the now
ommorcial treaty which has been ar-
angod between Spain and the United
States can possibly go into operation. It
will bo presented for ratification by the
Jortcz as eoon as that body assembles ,
mt that will not tx ) until the middle of
Jocombor , and a long debate ia expected ,
'ho treaty Itself ia not to take effect un-
il six months after its ratification by the
cgUlativo bodies of both powers , so that
t cannot become tffectivo until next
urunier at the earliest. The Spanish
lllcials believe that this preparatory
loriod will bo still further extended at
.ho request of the United States so aa to
; ivo American dealers holding largo
locks of sugar time to sell before the
nticipatcd tall in prices. Spain expects ,
0 flood the Amuiicau market by means
f this treaty with sugar , molasses , oto ,
rpm her colonies of Cuba and Porto
Uco , England is already becoming
omowhat alarmed atf' the prospect and
ms begun negotiations for a similar
reaty with the United States so aa to so-
uro a favorable outlet for the products
The tory papers of London have boon
roatly Impressed with the gains made by
lie socialists in the Reichstag elections ,
nd view with alarm the spread of social-
sm throughout the German empire ,
'hoy express the fear that it will soon
pread to England , and claim that the
ourao of the government and of the lib-
ral party amounts to an invitation to
oolalists and anarchists to bring their
ropaganda to this country.
An important change in the Prussian
abinot is expected to occur within a few
Hys. 1'rinco Bismarck haa hinted that
lorr von Bonnlgson would soon replace
[ err Jules von PuUkamer as tbo 1'rus-
an minister of the interior. Eerr voi.
lonnlgsen is the loader of the liberal
arty in Germany , and hla expected pro-
notion is looked upon na a ennccsa.ou to
10 liberals , whoso votes aronoadod.tooff-
ot the unexpected strength developed by
The news from China by way of San
'ranoleco ia of a kind which tmvy require
ttention at the hands of many civilized
overnmonlfl. According to the did-
atchos there have boon fierce outbreaks
1 many provinces , resulting in the gross-
is t outrages against missionaries aud
tlicr foreign resident * . Catholic itud ! (
* ate slant churches have been gutted ; . "
10 houses of priests aud 1'rotoatsiU cler * j
fivmcn have L on looted ; many cf the
tniseionnrioa have bcon
eubjected to per
sonal violence , sua nameless crlmef hive
baen ccffnmittcd upon their womankind.
lu other dlstricta thf < misaiormrica have
been given a choice boUaon turning pa
gans and leaving the couulry abruptly ,
and have elected Iho latter course only to
bo attacked nnd maltreated on tholr
journeys. The worst sufferers appear to
liavo boon nativj ( OMvorta to Christlatitr ,
a fact from which it Is to bo inferred that
the whole movement Ia almp'y a fanatical
The reports Bay that the Chinese gov
ernment has boon appealed to for protec
tion , without avail , and that It is the
local authority itself , in many cases , that
has done the mischief.
In all this there may bo exaggeration ,
of course , but it ia not certain by any
moms that the story exceeds the truth.
The extreme violence and malignity of a
Chinese mob incited to outrage by native
priests , and inflamed about equally by
roligioui fanaticism aud by hatred of all
foreigners , has boon many times man !
fostod in auch deeds as those now re'
LEPE08Y OF THE JEWS ,
A "Wild , IttirniiiK llcli , that Strikes
with n Thousand Electric Itching
EDITOR AT.TOOXA , IM. , CAM. . I wish to tay eonio-
tiling In pmlto ataluablo ir.ccllclno , Cutlcurit ,
\\h'ch ' 1 iruvail ortlioil to your panur. I lure Imil
that nlil leprosy , o [ nlilch you re ail In the lilMchcro
the Jcwj Ilrst ( jot It tinojK them , anil JIJ not know
how to cure't. It r > ft3 mnnv'othcr Fngllsh names. I
lu\o audit oumy boJy for ov r tl\ty jcirs. No
doctor could tell mo what It was , nnd probably Inc\cr
would ha < o knee n , had I not seen the adu'rtiictzi'nt
In your \alnablc tn er. Flrttltlin ecaly t flection
of thosliln ; ntxt It hoks l.Uo barnacles on a \ card's
bottom , ( r an ol d rg that has laid In the water for
a long Ulna , and Just the tame In my ( ft , kncf s.ai.d
clbona , n-.d by faking a tclcroscopa and looklnir nt
mo It looks worse. In other words , wo will call It
lichtlij s.8 , or fish skin ; tlun cornea on what I call
the nlld hurulni ; llcli , that w.ll eitlko jou
thoUMiid clectilo Itchy uccdlcs.
W1IKIJE TO SCRATCH FIKST.
rcm then have to run out ! nt : > the open air to got
cHccdYhy.ltls drcadlul , and haxlng BO rrany
cmlFcnt doc'n-8 nndncnc knowing what to do for
you , but I ha\o found the lost treasure at last. It
Old not take two sooonlulla of thoCutlcurn Hf solvent
before It tiok that buruliu itch by the throit nuu
hid them to hold oil , ord It Is til 11 } llcsh Is becoming -
ing icftcr , my hair li becoming suit nd silky , nud t
then got to using fxtorn&l applications Cntlctira
Sca3 nnd anoint the pjiti with Cullcura. If the
( hnuiandd know the goodmaj cf cf thl < medicine ai
I do , they would tot be ticntr-four IIOUM wltucut
" , t. It Is not only adapted to my J ciss , hut to all
ethers. ard If anyone dl < bellcics this let him stop
next door to Iho Tjigan Houto hce , Uku my n iros-
cope and sco for hhmc'.f.
HolliJaysbtiig , I'a. , Nov. J2. 1334.
And burnlngRlfn dlbcascs Inetantly'rcllcvcd by a
wnrmbath , wl li ( utktua Kcop nr.d a single ni-
plicition tf Tutlcuni , the gr nt Skin Cure. This
lepeited daily with two or thiee dotes cf Cntl-
cura HescUcnt , the New Blocd Putllltr , to Jeep
the blood cool , the pcrspiratlou pure and unurltat.
ing , the bowels open , the liver my kldncjs ; ict\e ,
will spcidily euro Fc/.cma , Tetter , lilngwurm , 1'sn-
rlasis , Lichen , I'/nilliuScald Head , liandrult .aid
ever.ppccica of Itching , S ety and Pimply Hunnrs
of the Sca'p and bkln , when the best phjslciai s and
all nownremedies fall. Soil u\eryuhere. Culicura ,
10'xnte ; SoipSJ oentj ; Hesohent , $1.
Potter Ditiff and Chemical Co , , Boston.
m YOUR BAKING R1V/DEH / TO-DAY !
THE TEST :
Iw. I jean top down on a Iiotstme until heatodtne
i.iio tlioco > enind uncll. A ch ml.-t will not lw n -
.iod tu duuict .ho preaenco ot aiui.ionla.
DOES NOT CONTAIN AMMONIA.
rs HKiLTiiFitMss ms NEVER Jim
In a million IIOIINM for A qnarter of a century It Ua
tM/il thu consHni ri' ) rollablu te&t ,
THE TESTJJFJTHE OVEH.
L'RICE BAKING POWDER CO. ,
Dr Price's '
, Special FlayoriiisExlracts ,
TLoilrAngf ( tuiotttltllr1ou iiaJnAturalfl orbugwnaBtl
) r. Price's lupulin Yeast Gems
Tor Unltt , llenlthy lin-nd , Tl.n llest Pry Uon
Yeaktln tlio World.
FOR SALE BY GROCERS.
- nv. LOUIO. '
SPECIAL NOTICES [
VI ONF.V TO UHN on tojli'slato by Ballon Broa. ,
317 South 13lh street. sJ5-ir ;
ftONKY1OIOAN In sums of 03(0and upwards
LTl O. Y. L'avii and Co. , Uial K.tatj aid Loan
Lgenls , H05 Far ram St. 303 tf
\1 'ONKY loaned oa chattels. U-xllroad Tickets
bought mid told , A. Foreman , 213 8. 18th
OMAHA Financial Kxchancu , large ur maall loins
nitJ it on approved soouritv > llc ! hours 0 to 6
eek day * . 10 lolSimdau. , U03 Ftiuiin Street
111 to DCS. 2
TAVmAsent to < 6llaaiu ! > t Wii to\urfpiir. :
i foundry Ifti S. llth St. ! i3f-17p
WANTED A glrl'to di guoonl timw wo k.
John e. Aciler in , Iu cii orth. to ween 7th .
iidSthdtf. . ' ,
U Mrqtucanva * ! for the w lo of Irunks.
cntal.-vrj. JI. V. SUit u.'Stti St. Merchant.
\\7 ANTHk S or * good carpenter ! BLd caHnot
Tl uiiLrrs. IniuUv | i20l > tcutli lathUt. IV i k
) . Me tL 347 17p
\v 7 / TlD Boy at Oinaln Shirt Fro or ) , 303 N. 16th
1 Slreu' . .lid-Up
W PANTED- good girl. Hint be a good oio
wa. htranJ lu er alrth aid Leavenwrith.
ITT-A.STED \ geol butcliiT at 13J1 Ilo ar.l.
T > tJJ-'Pp
I \7-ANTiCD-A lint and ircond girl tt 1721 - I > . ou . . .
I T lu.
A.VFI ) T * oil hat thu KaVcru Hotel , inth
W and 1'iclllc. 319-17p
r7A.STEDAgenU t sell in Ncbre.il < : i anew work
ft by a popular author. Call on rradtlrtusJonei
ad ll&ielntg,210 ; corth 17th tit. , Ouuht.Veb
ItTANTni ) A competent ( III J > > r general houst-
I V woik that hM kaowlrdgocf cujklns. Cerium
referred. Ca I at 23 2 Capitol air. M05-K
-A coinitfteiit girl b ) JIr . Kvnuuil N.
K. corner 19th and IVnlgo ktrueU , no ntlur
ecdoppl ) . -301 lti |
' "ANIKD A barter , 313 South 12th bt.
\ \ SOMtp
i-\/A.NTKl > Kir t cliM k ( in tfrtphcr and t.\pe
urlttr tiper-tor , Oraluai' * k\ tern piufcmd ,
utijui't to UU1 Apply Qainril Super
l.lilitoUite , t . 1 > . Uv.
\irANTIU > wtihtr iU Ircuer.
> ( lU fcneuriii rcijulMl. lt * t Mige . Mrs L. A.
iroff. . 1 blo < k lout'i Slro-t cir > . 81-tt
coaipcttut > ' ) diihtblu printer li want f at the
. 'IV , . , KlUCIMl ) | , IOW , SlllSp
\irA.VTiD -A m n o < t wife la dn itlnlf ? room
> l wfl ! ' * Vd ? n > n to do w tk trour.d the houto
t P , 21' tn'ai itrtei. } S9.tj
\A"ANTn > - 'K "I tic n a ltriefllvforotiro'ro
T > t. > ell on wtedy rnjm nig. u. j . M..tin 318
SsulhlStb. 21 ? tf'
\ \ 'ANTED A toW oook " , lefereiiecs required , An-
> i > iy to MM. r. j , I'liri ) , isiu i. < ud4 * at.
ANTnD To buy c't ) lot to bo | iixd ! In weekly
or monthly IniUllmcnUa. Addtcsi'MI. If " Cio
\VANTKIJ A good girl , JBZI upito )
> t 210-14p
-ITirAN'TKJJ Tollers. Fiist-clam fritting | . ' ser
V > Ullors at ll.'l 12th St. 833 1m
WAN1KO Agents for tr.Slmiu 11 ill Innumie
Co. Address the Company ftt Stli.ut Nib
Ladles or gentleman In city or country
to take nice , lUlit nd pIcMuit work at tholr
( mn hoaci , $2 to $3 n day easily and quietly made !
work sent by n Ml ; no cnnva > 8lni > ; t > o stamp for reply
I'lcaso address Reliable MauTfC Co , Philadelphia , Pa.
ANTIJD-LADIKS OH OF.NTLKMEN-In city
VV or country , to Uko nlco , light and pleasant ,
wort atthclr own homes ; $2 to $5 per day oslly nJ
quietly made : work tent by mall ; no CAma Mng ; no
stump for ropW , Please vldrcsa RoliaMo Manf'g Co. ,
Philadelphia , Pa. BOJ-lm
"V7"ANTKDDresnnaklng'or plain now Ing In family
M or will toke woik home. Call OCiJ north 17tn
A Voung married tain wants situation u book
keeper , In wholcsalo establishment In Omaha.
Addrosi "O. " care Deo. 89841
VI/ANTKD A gf od tenant for a nowhotuoon 18th
V \ and I'nul ; fi rooms sliding doors largo bcil 1001113
and closet' , pantiy ( teed cclla > h rd nmltnft water.
\Vlllboroady for occupancy N20th. . Icqulro J318
ClllfornlaSt. 330 tf
T\7ANTKD Homo one to adopt a boy babe. In-
ijulro at 1'ojr house. I03-14p
" \\7AHTED Some one to adopt an orphan boy 11
II j cars old , best of rcfcrencu rciiulrcd. Inquire
at Poor Louse. 290-14p
TvrANTED A secondhand sifo In todorder , No
T T 5 or 0. Aprly to Julius I'cppcrbcrg 607 X 10th
St , Omaha. 276-17p
V\TANTED A few moio table boarders at 005 N.
I I loth s'retj. Two sleeping rooms for rent to
TX7ANTED Iluslnces. An actho merchimt of
T I thorough brelness education and habits OTI- .
templitlnsrachanifoJamiary lit. ISSS.wl-hcs to pur
chase an Intercut U n volt established mercantile or
manufacturing tin'iics" , wvuld buy out a email I'us-
ucss.has SKI 000 cashcan furnish nttaetcea of a high
orldcr and would ixpectsanu. To eccu o reply , nd- [
dross ehliiff full nanio and particular , "Merchant1
care lice oBlco. S50-6t lenkp
WANTKD 82,000 OK flret-claaa" city socurity.for C
years , at 0 per cotit. Aildross Hoz 020 Poet-
K > .tir-lions s uor. LMB.
HHNT One or two largo frnnt rootis fur-
FOR ' . llrl.k loiiio corner Uhhlon St. and In-
HnNT D room lr.iic Shcrnnn o\o. Inquire
FOU Sherman a\c. 338-lSp
11ENT Elegant 11 rojm h > u-c , hot and cold
water all modern Imp ovemcrits.onc of best loca-
t'onsin tha city , S70 per month , liatkcr & Mayno ,
13th and rarnain , USD tt
OH UFXf House 8 roonn coicur 21st and Chi
F ef go , $25. Barker & Mayao U10 tf
FOIl IIRNT Furnished rooms ISlfl Dodge Street.
L UENT Furnished rooms at 1417 Howard.
I.1 3JJ-21p ]
HUNT The two ntor.i meat market corner - |
FOll and ilaeoa. Paulson & C" . , 1513 I'jrin J
m-tfg i. .
KENT Two elegant ronu In Kediok's block.
FOH ' J : Co. , IB ] ! ! Farium. 3 > 2-tf
17\OR 1112 ST Nlco furnished fiont rosni suitable
L' forte gent'emen ; corrcr of 15th and Harnoj ,
ismcn'oUxobiMnesj. II Smith. i50-18p !
- . raonrs with board ;
gncd location , ill idem comcnlecce * .
l OU UENT lloom with board 1721 Douglts.
1 ? 31 IBp ;
JiOR UENT1 front rooms unfnrnt-hiil at 601 S.
? 13th St. 312-1 p
FOH HKNTElegant 11 room he use , hard and soft
water all modern iaipra\cment8 , best locitiou ia
My 7c. AUn 8 room house corner Hst and Davcn-
u.t'S. Barker & St yne , 13th andFafnam. 322 tf
OIl UENT'Ibieorocms and furniture for sa'c.
FOI location and cheap rent , 305 N. 15th St.
FOH HINTlUnd.omely furnished room P. W.
corner of 1 ! th and Capitol at. . 323-15p
FOH HKNT Nlcelt fuinished room for gentleman ,
board it desired , private family. C'.ll at N. K. cor.
7th and Franam. 33-13
FOH RENT Two unfurnlstol rooms In private ci
Umlh Jhlccknorth of St. Sll rs a > e ttrect cars ,
I'D 410 Convent t. 321-lOp
p'OH UENT Two iinfurtlshcd rooms lOlEChlcigo.
fjiOll RENT Aiip'oadM s'oro on curclng street ,
I,1 sultab.e for liakory , butcher or anything else , ala -
a one crolto corner stor. > , gOwd grocery stacd , rett
liable. Horse & llrunuer.
[ 7011 UENT Ono elegant new 0 room d cottage ,
L1 and on splendid 8 rcomed cottage on red car Ui
nc , * -3 and t'21 per niOLth. llorio K Diunncr.
[ TlOll IllLVr-FiirnUhol front room torrent 222 N
U 10th bt 3ijii-tf
[ TOnilENT Two unfurnished rojms 1C17 Chicago.I
L ? SlB-Slp oil
7 < 01l Iir.NT - Nice turnljhcil room , ono hockof ? '
L1 llojir 0ieralluujf. II. 1' . Martlu,318 S. lf.Ui. pi ' ,
7 > 01l HHNTlloufottith Dro'insaDilbai-n. Ap-
' pi } to P. Wllg , So. 012 south 12th St. 318-tf
7 Oil IlfNT Tfow tlx room cottage ono block from I
i1 red cur line & 2\ thi
iigantlroomUton ) Etreet c r llne.S2..OD
'Hnco IricK II.ts loUod Ciiming btrc-cl Irom $25.00
FurnUhcd house on 10th St.1 , block from green car 1
TluccbncL btoreaon Cuu Ing euuet from 835.CO to
SOS-17 Morse & Drunncr. 1
7011 UENT Tu geutlemeD , only a largo flnelj fur-
; cleheil front room iSl.ua per month. H. K. C'op-
m , couth 15th St. , near Center , new house , f 07-tf 1
71011 KENT With board , largo f rent loom gas and
1 both room No. 11(0 ( Jones. bOJ-lSp
7011 ' B1INT-A furnl.hed room. Iu | Ulru at 1002
Farnaui St. 3CO-18p Co
7011 I1KNT 1'urnlbhoJ room oi330 Capitol rue. CoI
' 259-17p I
70lt UBNT 4 I i tory and toBcraont , brlik utoro 2A
' on Jones Sticet , near Ufi , < 2i per nicnih. W ,
Morre&Cn. 28517 2AI
7011 * UENT-3 lurn'o'ied rooms wlta board i block
from V. 0. at 1118 Doduo 230-t6p
7011 RENT A ten room cofftzc , good lot , * ! tl
? bam , on 1'iclflo utrcot , near llth utio t. In-
liru of 0. F. Goulman. 2 J3-tl
7011 HHNT Furnlshvil fiont loom and ono baclc
? room 1711 California St. 279 < 21p ,
7OURKlTTiiwcllturnli \ > > cdruoiiis at the N.
. W. cirueruf llthaud C&isfor three cr four ecu- >
roll It NT niimlt cot a e , thrttro ins south 7'id
-1 ttrtct. luiiilio | 17CD Juktonttro t. 2fll 1-p TJ'
7 < 0il HENT-Ai. l gaut suite ol rooms with bath the
Mom , fu nUhed or linfinuUlicd or sluijh ) room ,
io biru and curUgv , house at 007 H 'Ji'thH1. .
_ _ 2M15' ' ' J
011 UENT Pleasanv furnished rooiu,60j N. 17th
1 OH HKNT A fumUlud ruom&t 1S18 Jackvon Bt.
OU H4I.H-A U\o room huuio , No.2317
Pieacbtiect. A , ply to Sir * S. 0. Slo' n on , er.l
ruilt KEN I Now duelling of ten roonn. All
' mcderj ilniprovemcu.4i. tltuatvd at B. W. cor
artcy nud 2Ui ! UrcU. Bee Uallou Uro'ii or Jam ; *
! OJ-23p 0.
70H UK.NT Mc.dy furnlilisJ room for one cr tivo
; ycntleuicu , K K , corner SOth and li\onioit. ] li
,1011 HEXT- Shlim'i 3.1 addltlcn , nice nmtli liI
1 aad tail ojriur let vnth fl room In uxjjiS. per liL
lonth I'ltt.r A Cobb , 1616 Farnani Bt. 19Mf
7011JIBNT Two iojm turn shsl for liisht ouio-
' Leeplug , b. W. oor. Bth and Ilov ard. 170 tt L
, nm iiii.ir I'liinUtioil and uiidiriJUbwJ rooiui
' ulth boird , in iJuu ccnutilouccs.hoiuo coiulartj
C9 t' HiWU , bloct ft'i ' w Couit hou * , ? j-t ? |
r n om eorntf of IT.h i > .nd Of.va Sts.
F ° " JUK'7 Tll * " ' > orn" tJ"rTi
W0 tb. Apply O. Hr | 'et rson. 1 3 H
I OIl 1IH.VT Oolttga tf fUo room , do 'r.-v ]
J CAtion. O. J. JHTUAOjB06FjimtnU
Hi * tf
ITIOKHKNr Oio unl.i'riXhi tnom for Stouso-
( ? } "ecmer'1 Wool , , lor , ltd and Hcmrd ,
77011 * JthT-rlrstrI.V ( ! > tVic t y brick , mrtal
Jf roof , wanhouio , hjdmu'Ia dttntor , concrott
lMQcnt ? . Hshroad track Id il.ior. Barker & Maj ne ,
13th nd Kir01 fit. Olfi-tf
17IORHKNT A Kl ( ororoor aldorace > nn.stalrs
rn January ttt , I33S , on ISih letwecn IVIlIlann
nod Htckory lnqin/o jt f. J. Krfcjur. 910-tf
OH HKNT l > Iea' a * lrnUlloJ roomr . K co
lf > th and Kowaid ttrreta. 803-tf 11
Ti'OH HENT-Flpgantiv flimlshod Irflit roim ca t
J nd outh cxuniur ? , ino-.crno5iivciicnce . it W
corner 17th nJ Caa < . '
FOIl HKN r Thirteen riowillrolllDga by C. T. Tw-
lorr corner Uth anil Douglas. 855-tf
POU UENT Houto 7 rooms good locality by C. T , .
TaylT , earner 14th nnd Dougr * . 549-t
TJOOMS With biard , doa MU oowinter' Apply
JLVatSt CTnilcsllBtcl. _ 7 gf .tf
RIOK HKNT Very doalrablo furnltVd roomi CCD-
L1 trally located. Apply at Atklnson'i uillllnoiv
store , 18th St _ 700-11
TJIUHHAY IIM good pastunnR. Bprln watci.
" Bofl.tf _
| jOU * HUNT Cottage of U\o rooms. J. rirlpps Hon
X1 1612 gouthSth street , _ 639-11'
FOIl .RENT A furnished teem IBOfl Fftrnam St.
F 01J 1UOT Qno grand oquara piano. Iiiqulrt
ctEilholm und Krlokson. < lo-tf
FOR SAL" The fnrnituro of a 5 room co'ttg * ,
cheap , rent tenonable , acry dcslrablo looitlom
AdOrces " W. " Bee ollljo. 3iO-18p
FOR SA1.H S'Bon wll buy a good niarc , biugj
and harn.ts , 1C67N. IDth St. 252-lDp.
PORSAtKHTR\DI' ) -105 ncros of land near
Beloit , llltchcll county , ICas. Appl ) to J. II.
UcShana , opp , postolllce. 053 20
PORS'ALK OR IlKNT-Lot 00\1S3 with now B room
house and 4 h' ' no ftnblo , I'lcrci * . near Wist a\e.
Ino location. Pau'ain & Co. , 1613 Farniin. : H3-tf
POll SALE -Am compe'lcd tci ecll mj Interest In
0 sections of land In Lincoln County NeD. , one
nllc from 11. It. Station. Iindsha\o llvinj watrr ,
ilenly of hey with an admirab'o stock range. The
fcs ! bargain In Nebraska , 41.00 per acre ? ! . ' ( ! per
icro ca h , rnlaneo 10 jean tlmoO per ( cut Interoit.
Address or call on my agent , J. N. HcynohU 1207
'amain It. 33U-18p
FOR SAI.'J OR TRADE- good stock of Hard-
war i n d fimitura in Ksstern N'obr ska
vill t ndo 'or goodltndi in Nebraska or Kansas ;
Urllculin ghcn on apiill atlou. Addrcf Mllllm ;
3ros. , Khnbert Neb. 311-17
F OR.HALFOuo rail' nk liomi No fi8 Irnss burohiir
sto\o sound , at good .nnu , A p'y at No Ml
S'o th 19.h St. 3 0-lCp
17011 * SALK A fine stock of good < elegant store In
I1 the best location In Omaka , well eitiblUhed
lusinefs Cause for seUIng failing health. Address
'Business" Bee olllcc. 31 MS
F 011 SALK Special bargains lu reHldcnco and bus
Incsi property. Mcr e& Brunner. 3C9-17
* SALE The bcit business lot at the Stock
17011 ' South Omiha , 00x150. Will be woith
loub'o the price asked now Inside 12 months. Apply
it ollico Now York Dry Goods Storj , 1310 Farnani.
FOR SALK OR T1MDK Ino billiard and two pool
tables at no 713 1'aulflo St. 271-21p
I 70R SAL ? A property Investment of 9o cash ,
1 will pa > $25 per month Interest. Principal well
ciircd. Innuho Omaha Fn r.cal ! Encbango ,
5C3 Farnam. 2t7-15 ] )
UOR SLK OR RENT A Lidics1 Boardlng.llouso ,
in good locality. Address JIrs"F. II. " Boo ollice.
TiOll HAtK A line Orhlng her ow.tu buggy and
t ' hartuss. tlelontrs to nn estate. Must uosold.
Dipilre atMcShane's Uoi'go ttrcctbarii.or of Ilime-
iUgh& Taylor. 213-11
nESrATJKANTFOR S\LE-Ono of the bestrcfl-
IV t.iurantu and bakery combined In Nebraska with
oed location and trade establlsho 1 in city of 6030
lopulation. Only llrst-class restaurant Iti the pace !
nd doing nioro jn bakery Him than oITothofa in city
onibincd. Ice cream pallor in season. Ovens , Ice
louics and e\crjthing complete. Will sell furnished
nd Icaio o\ cry thing. Will sell at a targain and to
Ight man with small cash payment and balance on
} iig time , so purchaser cm make it pay for Itself.
V. S. WISH , I'lattsmouth , Neb' . 817-n 22
FORSALi : Four 8 oot , walnut counters , and 80
feet of first class shcMng.desirab'o foi drug.gro-
ery or book store. Inquire at the ollico of Congdon
l.arkson & Hunt , 1324 l\uiiam street. SO'Jtf
[ TtOR SALE l sausage chopper , horse power ; one
L1 rendering kettle , one lard press. Apply at Brook-
n Market , cor. 13th and Pierce 502-tf
WOH 8ALE-8CO.OOO feet dry lumber , Ash , Oak ,
J Elm , Ias4wood andSoftMaple. E , A. Mtlnson.Bt.
harles , Michigan. 800-uilp
pyPE A quantity of Job and newspaper typo for
L sale. Also a good Zither. C , T. Cuuce. care Zm
IHca. 7E5tf :
7 011 SALn Cottage of 6 roomi , bam , corner lot In
; Shinii'dadtlitIononlySl.B'.08inallc-vsli ; ; payment
id lalance montlily. Bargain. UcCaguo , opp.
SALK Oil EXCII&NOK A water power Orlst
. ' mill , i easone for Felling gh en oa application to
eo. E. Brozg , Waycrly , Kob. OC4-lmS >
TIOK BALE-Na-v phaeton. IiKiulrool Oco. Hlg.
? gins at northcojt corner lOtli and Dodge681tf
r > OH SALE rioo buainces rhacico at Grand Itbmi
1 Neb. G.CCOmi8thehanl < bcilUing 22x41 ; an
Hco biilldliiL' which tents for 815 a mouth ; n Urge
e and burgler proof eafo with Ynla time lock coit
, C30 , aUo i very Inrgo hank book 8ro vroof cafe ,
ink counter , desks , hinl coal steve , In ( net , n com-
ele bank outfit , together v.lih lot 44iOB on Locu'.t
rect. Title perfect. Tirma J cash , lo'aiicoou rne
id tuoyoar * time If desired. Call on or address Jay
White Grand inland , Neb. 62i-tf
rame house , 6 IOOILS , all In
1 good order. iluH be moved btcace. Apply to
0 WO'tora Newspaper Uiilon , oor. 12th an.l How.
d strcctx SH-tf
pOtt SAIiK Cheap a second hand high top buggy.
Inquire at Sirapion'u Carrlas Factory , Dodge ,
twccn llth and lEth. SSO-tf
neil UAL2 A whole took of clothing , boots and
choex , biillJlngs at oosl , roilring from Imslncss.
II. 1'eturson , Sat south Tenth street. lid-Sin
ilOK PALITwo open Becrjiul-nnud btiesleu ind
ono dcllvury WLJOD , cheap , t 1319 Ur.rucy tf ,
OSV H.ick Iil8htcttcraJit ; > TtrstJ ; Iho name af
J "Shot. " Any onu jtur.mnz h m t3 O. H. & J. S.
"ins , 1310 Uoughn ttirott , lit gtt a reward of J5.
OST Oil B'llAVKU A bn > * n water ejuniel Jog
Jlrom resldercuotraiitsUi Flidcn , No. 70D north
J bt. Any eco rUuruiiig him will be rew id j.J.
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llato a largo lot on 7tl ) and Doroia1 that ran ba
used as n dumijng place tar manure. Uuit.Kno > p.
7 AYK taken out llccusj far lay Irs dr&ln.
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1O01) tab-'o boA-d $ JW per week , SUN. 15th
f St. StM-Hp
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L doned hoaus'uuMn Weitfrn Kan'U , thai wf
-ciipil < it.i J 10 lHh , 1S80 I'loaiB n'JdrifS mcf ,
r idlnir thqtauiubj letter oii'y. I i4 * Mulhul and ,
al MtaU agtnt , Morton Kinsaa 17x < lnp.
1AKKN Ul'-On October 28 , a ! lrht hiy
white > pnt iu larohcad and whl * | i t ju tabota
bitlllo Vf. Elliott , ono mile wutof the barriwks.
, t < iv ropim and g ue/-Al re.
pairing , O.M toton. Ill 0. th Bt. 740-nl .
,1113 SCHliODEH , Uagiutlo Ilcalcr , U sow loca.s
L to N. W. comer SOtUujid Cuss bt Blagn sea
) HI VY Miulti , sinks sjut cstsrcMjlj cliitied it ti )
Uiurtcst notice tui'i at any tune of the day , In 111
tlrcly orJfrle s wa j nijiout thu U-ojk nioloaioilon
oicuiiaoUor ndjtlijn , with our improved aud
InrlcM opparaiuj , A. t.\uii & , Co. , ICufl Cirlto
JUIVY vaults , olnljs and CAv twPla clo.iuod Hlth
unllary rloaner. Katlnti > tlou R'jarantod by F.
Abcl(6UCX'jJOrtu ( J. M. Hralift box U7a 633 nlBp
Ucun Priatlw Co. 692-tf
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