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THE KD CLOUD CHIEF.
WEDNESDAY PKB. 3: 187J
A bill wtS introduced 10 tlic hou-c
of representatives yesterday, tor the
removal of the capital to .ome point
within ihc ooontie of Colfax, Platte.
Polk, "Merrick. Hamilton, Hall,
Adam, Buffalo, and Kearney. It i
KcneraHy conceded that a very larc
majority of the members of the legis
laturc are in favor of the removal,
but there U a difference of opinion a
to the manner of duirjg it. Thoc
who represent Columbus at Lincoln
are very confident they have a major
ity of the members committed in it?
favor, and therefore are not willing to
agree to any other mode of procedure,
than the pastage of a law of removal
which shall provide for a law of remov
al which shall provide for a. vote of
the (wo houses in joint convention im
mediately after it receives the approv
al of the governor, as to the ucw site,
and they stand alone on this proposi
tion. All other parties in interest
within the limits of said counties arc
agreed upon the bilL which has been
.introduced, and which will be found
. The first two fcclions provide for
the election of five coiuuiiosioncrs in
join convention, who bhall select the
rite under the following conditions :
Sec. 3. Said CommidMoner.s shall,
before entering upon the discharge of
their duties, enter into bonds in the
Euni of ten thousand dollars each,
with good and sufficient sureties to be
approved by one of the Judges of the
Supreme Court, payable to the State
of Nebraska and conditoned for the
faithful performance of their duties
under this act And they ehall also
take and subscribe an oath to fully
faithfully and impartially carry out
the provisions of this act. Which
faid oath shall be endorsed on their
bond, and the sama shall be filed in
4hp. office of the State Treasurer. If
any of the Commissioners herein ap
pointed shall fail to qualify as provid
ed in this section within twenty days
after the passage of this act, or in case
a vacancy occurs by reason of death,
resignation or otherwise, the remain
corn mu'tioncrs shall fill the vacancy by
appointment, and tho person of per
fcon or persons so appointed shall take
the oath and give this bond lcquircd
by this act.
Sec. 4. On or before the firat day
of May, A. D. 1875, the said commis
sioners, or a majority of them, shall
F elect from actual view a suitable site
ou which to erect a Capitol building
for the state of Nebraska, which shall
be a tract of ground of not less than
ten acres in a compact fjrm, and
situate within ono of the following
named counties, to wit: Colfax,
ufufcarfWi aiiu' iVAimiy, iitlTidL,
due regard to Its accessibility from all
portions of the state, and its general
fitness for a Capital, and a'so a site
on which to erect a governor's mansion
for tho occupancy of the governor of
the state, one block containing not
less tBan twoacrcs, Tritbiu convenient
distance fiom the Capitol buiMing.
Both bites shall be selected upon con
dition that a perfect title iu fee simple
thereto shall be conveyed to the state
of Nebraska within thirty days after
the donor or donoro shall be notified
f the Eeleclion, and without any cost
or expense to the ttatc ; the deed or
deeds thereof to be delivered to the
commissioners. And upon the further
conditiou that within the same time a
bond shall be executed to the state of
Nebraska by residents hereof and de
livered to tho commissioners in the
pena! sum of two hundred and fifty
thousand dollars to be approved by
faid commissioners, conditioned that
the obliow will erect, or cause to be
erected, a capital building and Gover
nor's mansion on the respective sites
selected therefor, by the first of No
vember, A. D., 187G, in accordance
with such plans and specifications as
the commissioners tuny adopt, and
pay all costs and expanses herein
provided for the capitol building,' to
cost not less than one hundred and
seventy-five thousand ($f75,000) dol
lars, and not exceeding two hundreJ
thousaud dollars, and the Governor's
Biansion to cost not less than twenty-
t five thousand dollars nor more than
thirty thousand dollars, including out
4niUifya ami &M06.
Sec. 5. Immediately after the con
veyaages shall te made and delivered
wi tfco'bond ' last aforesaid shall be
axeeated, delivered and approved, the
eoMwissioaers shall advertise in at
least fra aewspapers published in this
stale, aad Tor sot les thaa ten days,
for plaBs and specifications for a capitol
hailding aud a Governor's mansion, to
be osostructcd with stoae foundations
- aad staae or kick waUs, as the com
atlssioaers auay decide, and to -cost re
spectrecly within the limits aforesaid,
aadUiaU select" and adept the plans
. lwetMlapisfl to the purpose, and a
- Teatiowahla aoaapeatjatifa shall be paid
,. -therefor by theaaar or)oaorstf each
' i(e. Bat if it sheald happen that
mm are, ia the opinion
;f the ' aoaiailwisiiert, saitablc, they
m4aa m saaws athcr way,
r-.U:km mamI far m. abova , Breed bed.
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2feC5-. "" ' "--T" T. w
r.i j?rr-. : C - . rk
rnawiag iaae w v
vtheaate ta be
aad the wark
practicable, aud to b comi1-ted on or
before the time herein prescribed
Sec G. The raid cotrmiLioncrs
Fhall each receive cigkt dollars for each
day actually7 employed to be paid by
such donor or donors. A majority of
the couimissioncM shall bcfctupeteut
to act in all thins? herein provided for.
Sec. 7. If such sites shall not be
located within the limits of some town
known by a designated name, the com
missioners shall designate a name by
which the town that may be laid out
to include such site.-? shall be known.
Skc. 8 It shall be the duty of the
eounui.-sioiierfl to decide whether said
building-5 arc coutructednd coaiple
hd in in accordance , with the plans
and specifications, and to accept the
same for and in behalf of the state
when so completed, and thereupon to
notify the governor thereof and of
their acceptance, and a-j soon as the
governor shall be so notiGed it j-hall be
bis duly to issue his proclamation an
Kouncingssid fact, and thereupon it
.ball be the duty of all the slate ofii
earn whose offices are properly kept at
the caprto! to remove within sixty days
their several office, together with the
public property, archives, record,
books and papers to said town site and
capitol building, also as aforesaid seico
ted for the capitol building shall be
and is hereby declared ti bu the per
manent scat of government of the
State of Nebraska, at which all the
public offices of this state shall bo kept
and all sessions of tho legislature shall
be held from and after the expiration
of the tiui2 herein prescribed.
Sec. y. The said commissioners
shall make a full and complete report
to the next legislature of all their do
ings as provided for in this aet ; aud if
such legislature should convene before
the completion of the building-? herein
provided for they shall make a further
report to the legislature at its first ses
Sec. 10. All acts and parts of acts
inconsistent with this act, or repugn mt
thereto are hereby repealed.
.Sec. ll.jriiis act shall take effect
aud be in force from and after its pas-
Ki. Chief: Having noticed in
tiic Ciiikf of Dee. 30, tho Ibiiowing,
write often giving fact2, the editor will
put into shape fur publication. I said
lhat means uie, and I will give you a
few facts ; and in as much as it is said
that facts are stubborn things. Now
we will treat facts in their relative re
lation-; aud first, there are hard facts
as it is well-known that our winter
here has hardened the ground by bard
and solid freezing Mnce tho 1st of
November last, aud the thermometer
has ranged all dowu from 8 to 2G de
grees below zero since that time, and
the boys arc sporting on their hkatcs
down the. hillsides and through the
last six weeks and sull" "they go", aud
mens' fingers, toesjind ears come up
standing by old Jack Frost. If these
are not hard Jacts I should be troubled
to givo them a uame. And now in
relation to stiow, we have had it as
Iowa knows best how to give it fre
quent storms for the list six or seven
weeks, but you know that snowing
seems to be au easy thing enough.
But on the 8th inst., the snow was
flying fearfully from tho south-cast
wheu suddenly it whirled from the
north-west and it blew a fearful gale,
and the air was darkened with the fly
iug snow, and this stjte of things con
tinued for 2i hours without intermis
sion, piling the snow in drifts from 3
to 4 feet deep; bearing up loaded
teams in many places; well we thought
this will do, but we hardly had time
to recover from tho fearful shock,
when on the 12th at night the same
feaiful tragedy was played over again
for another 24 hours aud to heighten
our wonder we pick up our county pa-
ijlt auu rcau as iouows : a very
pleasant fall and winter iu deed ; I
said, oh ! consistency thou art a jewel 1
well if I name this part of my article,
I should call it a snowy fact and a fear
ful cold fact, and stilt it continues up
to present date 17th snowing aad snow
ing we seem to be encased in the snow
shed of heav.n, aud should it stop be
fore I close I will let you knowjnd as
my burrouudings seems to itupmsFuiy
mind with gloomy fotbodings and hav
ing a special inspiration "for poetry, (a
thing not unusual for o!d 'uns,) you
will pardon the havoc made of sacred
rhyme, in the following : "
Oh laud of rest for thee I aia-h,
TVhea wiil cold wtater end.
And I acaia shall bo restored
To iay Nebraska friends.
And now, Mr. .Editor, least some of
your numerous readers should draw
falc conclusions with regard to the
above, I must explain by another po
etic effusion :
Jfotrestftom seeded toil to earn
The daily bread we seed.
Bat rest from those cold winter wiada
lhat freeze my old bald head.
And those facts are practical and al
most of every day occurrence. Aad
now let me say that a few plain facta
through the Chief, meekly giviaa; a
statement of the weather in the valley
would be very acceptable to your read-'
crs m this scctioa of country, as I am
frequency aked 'how do you think: it
is to Nebraska. I can only answer
tbere aiay be soaae wiater bat noae to
compare with :hix 4 Give us iheruo
aaeter evidence, aVrfiud that cliatatc
has much todfaarkh the fecliags f
people ia detertuiatBg the choice of
hoaiesfar I find a ftaeral eaqairy
with rrcanTt the Waafc.
yt thepresaat, A&ea,' W.
The following is a' letter received by j
J. 0. Warner, of this pJacc, jrom i
Omaha, Neh , 1
Jan. lKJth, 1875 j
Dear Fkiesd: When I got to
this place, tbfirfct report 1 hard was
that that "red-headed preacher," (I
refer to the wan who was going to
show me such extreme suffering,) has
!"n here and laid in a heavy cox
plaint against me, saying I ha 1 not
taken the proper course to inform my
self as to tho amount of suffering in
Webster county. He also said that I
was uiii-kd by the committee. I wish
you to read this to the committee and
writJ me ahich statement tbey sup
port. I would like for the committee
to send me their receipt for tho:e sup
plies immediately ; abo send a letter
stating whether tbey endorse my pro-J
cecdinga while I was there or not. If
Mr. Kirkwood is going arouud tomake
such statements as that, I wjnt to
meet him with the committee's state
ment. l'le:.se tell the Master of the
Orange at your place to write to Mr.
K., and tell him he had better write
me a letter, straightening this matter
or I wiil publish him. 1 lca-e attend
to this as early as possible, I would
like thc-e receipts aud their statement
bofore I make my final report. Ad
dress me at New London, Iowa.
And oblige yours in haste,
J. P. Bang ham.
J. Sterling Morton and Gen. Bush
land offered their resignation to the
Stae Horticultural Society, but their
re.-ignati us were laid over, with a
hope of making them icconsidcr them.
Mr. Fletcher, the ice man, and two
of his employe?, fell into the river
yesterday morning, bntv having their
pikes with them they succeeded in
drawing themselves out, chilled
through and entirely exhausted.
Presume they passed several re
marks about the dam, ice giving way
&c, while they were pikcing their way
The Merchant's Club gavo a Re
Union Banquet at the Grand Centiul,
Omaha ou Tuesday Jan. 25th. Many
distinguished guests weie present and
the evening was "pleasantly and
The Elopists, Mr. & Mrs. Ed. Cuth
bcrtson are at thn Grand Central,
saith the Republican.
There was a meeting of the Botrd
of Trustees of. Hastings College, at
Hastings Feb. 2.
Mr. W. A. Piatt died at Grand
Island on the 2.th of January. He
was the father of Nathan Piatt of
isler" will do if that tsTvu" fails "tog'ct
the capital. That enterprising cus
has gone to tremendous expense iu
getting out a map, proving be3'ond a
doubt that the "city" of Lowell is the
centre of tho universe. There is no
doubt but what that map cost him at
least 23 cents, and unless he can in
duce the legiIaturo to locate the
capital in that classic town, bank
ruptcy stares him in the face. The
map looks like a patent b rn-gatc, and
from its" color we should judge the
artist's mind to be clouded with grief.
The capital removal lobby increases
with the arrival of each train. They
will not make a forward movement
until after the senatorial fight Lin
The editorial excursion to Galves
ton, is nearly a fixed fact. Editors
will govern themselves accordingly
and get about four wecku'. editorial
ahead with the scissors. Spy.
"Pickle" Butler of Lincoln lately
left that city in a hurry leaving sever
al creditors in a decided pickle. The
Journal says it is supposed he took
some $2000 with him "about one half
which amount it would take to liqui
date his whiskey bills." Suppose he
used that" for making "whiskey
This is what the Omaha Republican
Even if the grasshopper relief bill
should not pass congress, so as provide
our frontier with sufficient grain for
seed, we dcub: the policy of issuing
county bonds. They area dangerous
thing, 'and stay with the tax-payers.
It is better to rely upon the aid of
societies, end individual contributions.
President Grant has named Omaha
as one of the points at which he rec
ommends the establishment, of a
Branch United States Mint.
Mrs. WoodhuH will lecture in
Omaha in Feborary.
The editor of the Republican Valley
Sentinel wants to know who that man
was claiming to be Gi'n. Ord that
traveled westward ly a few days ago
through Gosper eoaaty, "cntting off
every bachelor in the county except
one from the Aid Society's list." As
a bachelor, the Sentinel man pn poses
to stand ap for the forlorn of his sex.
Thaaaaa (elaimiaf to be Gen. Ord"
was undoubtedly an impostor, and the
single aoen who inhabit the Republi
can vaRey wilt be likely to make- him
ap-into rniace ales the next time he
veatnres ont oa tWArraine. Seriou
lyt ae ana with,a heart ia him woald,
ta cold weather, 'cat offV a bache
lor from aul ia the thane of fael aad
dMJmmg. LUatUJeurml .
E. B. FOOTE, M.O.
Cor. E. l&thSt.. HEW YORK?.
... . . ni . . I
An inoepenoent rnysician,
TREATS ALL FORMS of"
Letters from all parts of
the Civilised World .
IT IIS N1C1IAI WAT W -
ConttE a Medical Practice
HI IS TMATIKO
Vnmerons Patient in Europe, tit
West Indies, the Dominion of
Canada, and in erery State
of the Union.
ADVICE GIVEN BY MAIL
FREE OP CHARGE.
Ko mineral laediduaa oieWetertoaa drajca '
Hs durinz the iat twenty yem txfleA u
f nllr naarlr or Ottit 40.000 caefc AU UcU
ncctcd with ech caw are carefully ivcorded,
whct'wr thyt comrannlca!d by kttar or la
perton, or olerrt by the Doctor or hit Mwdafet
physician. Tha latter are a3 aciestinc mlktl
All InralU at a dUUaat.ara repaired taanrre
an extended lUt of pUta qrVeUoat, ichiir t
furnUhed by audi free, or at the oce. Acoso
pkte tyrtcia of rcxitcrin prevenU raltUke or
eonf iuIoiu Caw bo6k never contulted, except by
the pli) aidant of the eUblIhmnt. For free
consuiution tend for lUt of quettlont.
A tixty psge pamphlrt ot CTidcncea of raoceaa
ent f :e alto. ,
Atdrcu Dr. B. 33. 3TOOTE,
x 788, New York.
Da. Foott U the author of "Medical Coh
HOS Bassx," a book that reached a circulation
ot orcr 850,000 copiea; alw, ot "Vlaix lloam
Talk," more recently puMiohei, which ha sold
to tho extent of 70,000 copiw ; alto, of "Scxasca
is Stout," which ia novr bcinu publUhed in erica.
of alL exceptiag the Brit-mentioned work (which
1 out of print), will be cnt free on application
toeithcr Dr. TooTr, or the Umaj BUI Pstlixb
21 Cf U7, whoie office Is 189 Em 88th Street.
Awenu both men and women wanted to m-U
the foregoing works, to whom a liberal profit will
be allowed. The beginnings of amall fortanca
hare been made in acllinK Dr. Foot popular
works. "Flaw Home Talk" I particularly
adapted to adult, and "Sciexcb w Siobt" to
jttt the tiling for the young. Send for content
table and see for yourselren. The former answers
amnlUtude of question, which ladieaand gentle
men feat a delicacy about asking ot their pbyildaBa.
There U nothing ia literature at all Uie either
ot the foregoing works. "Bcxmc W Sxo'
can only be had of agente or of the Pnblkbasa,
APDUE83 AS ABOVB.
ruULISIIED UUARTERI.Y. f'inuary
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lbllKU VjUAKlMil-l- tjsituui
cr jut issued, an J contains ovpt
'ages, 50O Kngravinps. drfCtip
-. . . .
tions of more than 5U0 of our best
Flowers and Vegetables, with direc
tions for Cultiir., Colored Plate, etc.
The mo.t useful and elepant work of
the kind in the world. Only 25 cents
for the vear. Published in EuglUh
Kochcstcr, N. Y.
S. V. Ludlow
Is now prepared to do all kinds ofwork
The best of materials uyed, and ail
Done on short notice and at reasonable
Shop in McNrrr's Store.
Red Cloud KebrasKa
NOTASY PUBLIC, BSAL ESTATE.
AS2OT, Aim AtrcnosiEs.
All bosisejs strictly" attended to ua all
correpondene promptly answered. Speei
atttation sirntopayaamtofUxaf. Collec
lions and Real Estate Practice.
D. W. DALT0N, - - - Pfep.
Thte hall h lately bee gttei with t
Btet ot the ben BBafxe'cre.
Choice Wu)ee.Lija:s aa4 Ciara at the tjar
CtracrZstStrMt Ami KtjiiopAvtM
Hastioss, KeiraskjL ,
Kacfweft bal atari Uaaa the
Weekly. Semi-Weekly, and
ErUbluhtd Its? thin three year aso as a
Reprcer:atlve Eci-uMn-in I'ai-er. pit-Iwol
to maintain nl defi-nd (he principle- anl or
eauiution of the National Kepubhcan Tar
ty, tho IMER-OCKAN wa earlj ra-het to
the forctmnt of Jooniliia and achieved
fovceM unprrccJentcil :n the history of u-h
enterprise. . Hy nnlrcr.l rvrrcut it hx! Lccn
aligned position aj
The Leading Republican Pz$zr In the
Kut alone on it. political chract:rdeth"
INTliK-OCM.-f ret it claim for popaUr
favor. Itnimi at the hichc-t exrcUrncO'iaj
all it de:trtcnt. and In this er.i of pn
sr'C'fiTe jnjrnahm ufpircj to a pofiiti
ir.i:: the Uivt.
The lXrLK-OCUAX makes special clahaa
FAM I hY N KWSPA PEU.
Tts cotartn. arc carefully Ruarleil sjrain't
ol'j"ct,onablc matter. nl cverv cTort if innkc
to render ItU plcasnt.in'J protablccotajany
ioo to the houe SroiJe.
lt condactel wi'h preat care, and cverythins
iw.ible i'tionclo uinkethe MAlfCK" IK
POIITS HehastheFAUMKrUa an.l I1U5I
NKSS MhN of tho Northwcil can IlhlA
The Agricultural DepartnTt
In carefully oliteil Ly gentlemen of ability
Fcrsisa and Soaeztic Corro:
pesdesse AuJ evcrj'thins that gnca to mako
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While it especially rpprinnts Ibo UKKAT
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fuitb, it i not bicutel. and iu nil discussion.
aim to bo candid, dignified, and above par
circuln ion of any ucwpupcr publi?hed
in the NorthweO. It i nent o more than
fiOOO I'ostotDcej'.Mi-tributcl in crcry Stato and
Territory in the United States, in ell the
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NKW DRUG AND
5ed oaiI, !IVeb.
We wih to inform the citizen of
KtJ Ciotitl that ko have a new locl.
olj:ool which we otftr at Granger
-w , Consulting of
. BRUSHES AND
Also a choice lot of
TEAS, and T0BACC0ES,
PURE WINES and LIQUORS,
5ySprc:a! attention fzxwn to DN
!cti:ng of Medicines anJ l'rc?crip
We Defy ompt.lHio . in
Quality awl in Price
Jaa i ii . Adam Cm. IVch
E- H JOES,
Watchmaker & itwtffer,
ssaaiParticnlar attention civn to Re
pairing Fine Watches and
Si iff fiction Guarantied.
I. W. T1JLLET9,
U. S. PENSION SURGEON.
Offc 3d iMr.Setk of Cmt Hee.
1 IM '
The CK?C3i SS3? fa 'r 'r
THE CHICAGO IW.ilJJJiy
nirr;iy soaceJol Jo h the U""j
rt'.ciet, tnt entrfia an-I ehi
rrnon ner-?er rnluHh-J in the North
Uici n 1 bet nf ;Kd3 ami Pti:
and of local nd srner.1 new. ".irif"l
it i. ;i.n!:itn in riiin-. " "
h .. tn. ml will be. t mke a frwh. ir
,w...n.t5P ry nerrJrr lh U
cu. ami ibt ius"i i vt v r" "J V " u
fcrriera. It i ' f "1 "vl"1'
Papr and tws 4 CwksUaUy nril -J elf
TKIiMS OF SUUSCIUI'TION.
Uaiut Urwall per annum after J.naary
1. lo't prrMbl ... - Jj
D.u.rU laoath. .-. .-.. . y-i
Luiuv three m.r.:!u.-. ... w
TIIH WEEKLY rOST AND ilAXI.
Ha. been ( nlrxrd to tx cUht-cctainn P
. f.u. :..iii.. li.;i nml Mttl.ilriS nil tiic
r-irrrrt scurral and lo.ml ccr of th weW.
wl'.h taluabla furtstfu aul Uule ?"
f FOrlllI v. m ' '" I"- ' v ww"---'r
eal.t.fihin sKty.n4t other artiie- and
with wvVot 'XiTtLurt! up
t country re Irr., aa 1 e telu" ,rY7 "
to the hoer of some t. pre. Ttiovith it la-
ereaofnuo waX-iHoetbe UjfOJtwee-
Hraiu tboountr.- it r.in. n"5;'''
oneol the choPt. the annual ubrptJon
. " .u.i...i ...iri.. ..r ihn ii-r. jHimi-
price belt)? ualy
MXC POULAR 1X1 riCTT CKST!.
to whi-h insiU b aJdf d fifteen eewts ri.ta
to be pictl I. alur Januwr I. by the .par
lUhcr. In accordance wth the U MhsefiWoJ
into operation at that date. fcAtrsordiuiyy
indu anient are rffrrl ti .br Uer J3
prefer to avil h nelc ofoar elnb rat
m-Uctnltlinra may bo nunc ci'hf lt
drnlt. epr. Tot othco urder. or - tcr;4
All letter h mid bo n'Mrrwcd to tit
rillCAtlU l'OST AND MAIL CCfOand
Important bul brief new. Mfr rc olW
tnl iruni all pntt of the e untry o tic
ill bo taken o anonrnou9 communication.
THE ALCKiE COIWPAHYS
SOLD ONLY BY SU33DSI?riSN.
Tin: a'.pini:: Tin: aht jouhnal of
Tbip!endil enferp'-J"" l Mt atdy well
utnincl in every feature, bat i l Ihr eon-
antly derrloptd nnl l:u-rovrl. It to-day
iitand vri'hitut n nval in the wholo world of
Pe.iiKllrot literntur. The b'ointitul .I07-
portrait. ".M-im Un-elft.lt 1 tieml.
ea'omo i'rernie m "cm rmvwm'it
' !.i...i 1. ; :...i.. in trnT.ii.i .t.l 1.. k
. .-.. u . ba ill..uaiail t M
dd to tho
UVVI'IV'I III'!""" . .--.w.. 1 Hl
iHiimlitrity which ih s Kirk hi rnoei". I he
Alir UM'I.N feature cl o P; ! ,Fr?Hl
and bcnef.eetit rr tilUt. in sroujta tublie n-
tcrcjt in tho dao rt. GircuUi aud lul in-
toiiitattJU oa applicitton.
Tarte I, II, III aud IV, ire now rcaly.
Tobi complete) in 10 parh, l-sued for-
riBbtly. . , . .,
Kucb part will contain in elecint tnmtu-
idc. iriirltiJlty euetared on. steel lor the
London Art Journal
at a pneo-wiihln tin nopuWr roah. eturav
in2i n"vcr l.t'ore oiriod at lei thai live
tin c. the nuioutit.
Ihoio plates h no been tho stlracthmof
THS L01TD02T AST J0U2:7Atf
Karb p.irt will ctn n!n Sfi'i-a'to jui'". In
chiding tie rfepint fionilfpicee. on h".ri
i.lnti" i.-inT. A aut'trl tilt iMr. rHily
J.UluuOjojtulio.trilaiL ddv wjlj be gitjn
entity worn wii: t-e worliiTsprivcnUtion
of iht'Tha AMtio Vn" wuleli i 1? ir ra
tic cpouiclhinc bctutifj! au i raluibtc.
At a Cos! of 25 Ce.nh a Part. ,
PaitTa 1. Hi lit Ann Jct ri'iittturn.
TH5: ASIT JaUK.MJ,
Complete in 12 limn f 1 1 pnt U. nt $1 each Kc-
pi'xlucir? t-obct full piK llutritlnt.s
from tho enrlicr voNime of he AIdla
llaeh monthly p"t will contain fix 'ujier
phite. iri hceouip4iiit.irdrriiiltvi n Uir
nod trlivtlier rr t in tnxor fr. in inr will ha
ei.nrily Inyonde tiipvli'iim n prl vofurlt
lie ciuir-p tr Koty nprfai)iii it be iuat
carefully t.iVen on I hi flnert toned pp-r.
anl :i pi:i wilt hcsarcl t mike I In .hi
rirh'.t produ. ton of a pr- nhteh hae woo
in a carvlouly rhori time, a w,rt'2-wide
02i:s ?B0U TH2 A1D2JS,
IprekiUyanor .I f r
Serttp Hvk lliutrntinni and Drncij C?a
A larateollti n of picture of dlffrnt
pizc and on lnnl ever? r nrelrahlcsttbjeet
htrc be 11 ut p ia an ; true i-c ccrrl ipe.
endure rsr oJ red nt n pre iirrodid tii
iiue them popular in erery ssne.
Envelope No. 1. containinr 'i0 braotlfn'
fiinrlnsr . 1 f.ow rir. and will it ynt
i,'.Htt.i psi I to iml iwldrra for ONK I)OL
iAK. A 1 bdivl dicouat (o ajjcnU and
A fplenIM a.'jrtai:. of -CUM IKKS
hare ln ,xpr' ly prepared lot the holi ay
rt-a. 11. aixi i.m pr r-ut of more tnuaaaot
'n-e'est can be cIcUd fur ;;ntliian ttt
la-ly, old ot your r.
So. 1. Half fmnniLelAihsMe. srllt baek.
S0 pp. 2x inch . -........ . t$t
Xo. 2- Half w8hd. -loth side, si't lek.
o 3 rull ioree'. ber-let hoiri'.a-ill i
asd antiou. very rich. V) 1 p . IZW
Letlere4 to order in atM atle eaeb lioe.
i-'ent y wy la-il. post-paid, on r cript of the
72S A1S.S3 ?JLS32.?A2T07r5.
Io compliant ith rer tfl rejaet. the
tablihersof T11K A LDI'Bhae pr?arJ
iMprtioBJ of taaay of th-ir most ocaatilul
plate f-r pae-pAriost frinivg.
The eats aie ajouatfi oa a b-atirol list!
szare mat. ltb a basdme re-1 t-ir-Ier lie. '
Toatlaehthezi'. it I oaiy leit To the
raMi'Sser t pa,t aad f''d iTrr an aln.ly
atta hoJ border, aaJ thij tsay he doa by a
27 eabert. 12jcJ5 ice. 25e.: with s:l.!e
5Ix otlhiii tortlW. whea etios i
left to pabiiiher'
6ijset. l'isQ3-J?3..2V.: with flaw, t'x:
TtutittU.Vj.xAtAMu. with xJa. 4Qr.
beat hj BSAil. vlthoat xl-w, poti-aU. far i
iW yiuldtn Latxr, 2tcw JTerk.
CARPENTER 4 BUILDER,
.sdftfy iaferaatha citf .
tktaadresaad.Urau. SitsicUaaw. -.
2iOii. - - - - XMnujL
A ItTrapestaTtrs -i r
Ancrfcaa Art 7.
5f .. BT 7.
&AJC4 9X.MJB" '
Tub Ar.TJocit.vAi. Cr r
1.x GtxuMr. Orr
The neiy of pop
rrnreJcntatlon of h pr-1 -
J cri rtto:. ha alw .y
and many ateifk hna
the W4BU, Tho uce'rs f
larartaMy fllool 'h
counre to e'tabtih on ait
prove the fndluVrcaae afh - ,
lc to Ihc &lw f hkh '
proper appre iilrn of i'j
ability t n;-t It er "
nee ra'Hcd wtth ntlKte .
jt he rcutt w rt
raertUl triumph-THK A!.
THrlALDINR. whtlr. lo
rrsobritr. h nuno of h
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iiemii. w .
j ,,..,. I uhl, and srcful L
I e.lltian of pnt-iran r.
J ,. ,. , , . .w j H
J artUtie .kill, in Ult- an-i h
ea,j, su.ceWHnj numhar
J ..irMurot, its frieixU ! r
lro l iwri
preeiiHei after it U b-nnd uo t
the jo. WWW" "ttitfr pu
claim superior chenpna, a
rivaJaof a ioiUar v.u. Til '"
untouo aad orts?nl enrp
uapproachrl l.litety ii h r
tUalftpriaaoroharattor. Th" t
a etiwplet roluie ami nl I
fja Rtity of bus ptipe and c r
tt!. r shape or oumlwr "
time it cot; aud thoa, thete 1 '
Ttd saMonnt fvilarc of Til
rnurt bo taVen in nottrv ' :
Ueotnoolitaa While Tllr. '
trletly VntcUnn laalfuit 1
ct.ntltte luelf ea'Ireljf t th r
Atlvo art. U inibti v t
broid and appjfaciavo 'l t
tuortJ. TIiHS. whT' Uaoirf
roamfTUi: LiI !. l k
cristU. the rnlualta f b'
Amerlaau attl. anUj r 1
glrta to phi n frwui tor.;
ctva t ubV wit t' V
nnl littuclin irtUlan I
Tho artl-tla IN MtratWn '
! sonerT. original wWiTtlK A' '
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I Important rntur. OHd I j
j aN f a b nnre npp.t'Bfl t
j rttiint l ! ithaqrV
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ol by our ItJer''-? !!. i."
I trrerlB of lanl oia. iia
Ktiitaal sulst. MU au u
t. Imp MtMo tr ho t
ei.r.fiiit the attl.t tan ' '
sty'e of i..Jwt lha U
ALtI:.l.irntanil.-Aff. . .
meat, wo thy of the artl.ii '
lll .rh fwillliMl d fcli '
inirrfe'c wi.h lha t"t. r 1 1
bi-stfil t" 'rttii in oil o
lu'ola dec m!m pJoIum i
nttrnntod so oiueb atitlh-
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ulllb. w'r.Bt-! 7 H 'J
oifetiel a .1 :. nd tlu p"
o trum U the lifa. ImI It " .
prcneool 1I11 an mil I:-
n ;vj c-l.hti, tU Uiat w 5t
fuundlaad d ebo timmt 1 It I' ij
at it! AlUiiiii'i nattiral
thi)reuttii n ohr mr w.l '
(rut of boln hU:j.
I I1M thnMi. every , I
member. tnl MiUUoil t all j, 1 m1
Ald.'nc Ar: r.ii
Tim J" 8 -tt n tha t?i
Al I'INK pletr. wlilafi. w I
le and tntrifat. a
aniaoa lh air.hT- Te
.wbrfib .. Uf) diffrfffU t "
oror J2fi6 at d HiUttkt4
ssi" l full, nod Ih ator I
a.ninl-?, ar oIih'4I kl
eenliaff i.ueof . IV AL: I
urr only apf"l ta tnlm"
ono yr In a l"iro. Pal'
eulsrs.nl on apptaltn
ALDI1TS ono 75ar, tHe Z.
(St eharze fr '
5jCIrHru ri.jitm nX TJIK t.OlM
TUB ALDISKMH. hrra' - H
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roluefd or Jnb ; earh (tr -
mul ba nt 10 ti( pnHiw . J i '
hsn.t4 tn liiH tuml iarr & til 'fti
tlbtllty Vi tho w'tUhmt. 'I
wher tb ?ftiet4 h ss ' ?
theftto-.hi ! .natde f -'s r
Any rrwt wlfinrloat prw ' ?-
tx?al Miamr will mea faJt aalT -!
ZH JlsMcn Line. Xcff
Carpenter L Buildir.
Ia brrarI t trakr ettfcnUr .t tkl
j tontrjc Us all a m of inut Lcr. T.
STEVENS & DOW,
Bfocmingtin, - - Hsbrask
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sarffajre leave hk !!m, rjsily To
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