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   Eldora Herald (Newspaper) - August 23, 1876, Eldora, Iowa                                Klrto Editor awl A BUSINESS Hugulnr vat CJIAPTBIU 1C Conmunlciitiun on evening of each on or before tho toll of tho Visit jna Dfojordlnlly JOHN KWamboal meet lira on rinimUs evening ufoiKili on or before tliu iiW VIsltlnK brethren nro TnRIM of il meets ntOdd Fellows Hall on second fourth Monday evenings of each Via Patriarchs cordially t fi ildora Tlila has been newly furnished from cellar to HrrLt nnd Ihe nro first isnipio room nnd good ambling in connection ivltll tllU The largest ond bent fur ouse In Central Accommodations LINDSAY aW This hpuns t iiid UK furniture ate and IB In nil Acccmmodatlons and HOOTS fOeiitnilly located good fare and accommodations Ifonill also a good livery In connection I with the WKSTKKX HOT llowu Accom flrstclnss and Washington neat June at moderate Law nnd Justice of the Spe Jclal attention to Office In llrvliu and counselor at Kspccial alien Itlon to negotiating Notvrr Public Knd Office In IOttTKK ktterncvs and Counselors lit will practice in fun aud Federal Courts Front second Porter K Molra llardin ItloriRy nnd Counselor at rl practice in tlie District and Supreme CnurtB f UK Will buy and veil Dent t refermce will be given if Itlciniiy and Counselor at Insnnincn nnd nlltclhin All mutters of business will tctlvc our prompt nnd personal Cor OllUc over Humes i Ofllcc nt Foster drug r will attend to a I call In any tie brttiiclitt of the Oftlce at Klliii Kuxldencc two doors of VOLUME III RAILROAD TIME Through Line North tt In connection with thu ami KlnmiB City Northern nil points In Central Iowa tor Kansas Joe and nli puliite mid purcliaeu tickets vhi thia route CONNECTIONS WITH EAST AND WEST ROADS for Hock nnd nil niuKitttllca by nny otlior TWO PASSENGER TRAINS Dally each cqulppud or thu comfort and of tho trnvulllng NEW AND RECLINING CHAIR CARS OX KXPKB48 TRAIXN Coupon Over thin and Hue MneH on Male nt all the Principal To avoid inconvenience of lay over and slow ico that your tickets road vie this and accept no Gonl and Ticket Keokuk Des Moines p in a m Keokuk Fnrmluctou Summit Kldon Ottmnwn Eddyvilie Transfer Unkaloosn Pclla Altoona in JJS m riis elJw p n At wltli the Peorin the Bur lington 4 tliu Vnlliv Jt Went ern and the Packem ou the MianiBHliiiil At nlth the ISirlingtou South wetnerw At with the lincfc Maud fa ciflc SoiitbweBtcrn At the Burlington A MiBBourl Itiver and tttu KaiiMim Citv Northern At Eddy ville wltli the Central Riiilrond of At Uce nnd with tho Rock Inland Pacific At Den with the Moince A lor Dodge At Grand with the Chicago Nortii At Knrt the Illinois Central Kliilrnnd ax low tig the Sleeping citrH on nil niulit Geul JOHN Conl Ticket AgU Office lAn and Oftke i reildcuce over nonh end of Ellsworth JIB Will aiujid all 2Itf ENTAL PRACTITIONER Itoome ovttr JJucka linrilwnre IOW FRANK IOTOGRAPH hint of Smith Sons Grocery Tlic of fiitinfiictlon 3S3 ISAAC GKSEHAL PKATT UTOKNEY AT LAW Collection nutl Notary JOWA lal Attention given to Chicago Northwestern Cleve Jlucliiua New Ilillll San Salt Lake Council Mloiix Jlilwuiikee and all paints West Smith anil Kast should buy their tickets via Chicago anil the Chiciijro Nortlnvosteri 6loee coniiuctlons are randeat Chicago with the Lake Shore Michigan Mlchlcan tkii flallliuoru Kort Wayne Kauknkee Line ami Iuii Handle for all points and and with tlic Chicago A Alton and Illinois for all points Close connections are also ttinde with the Union Inulftc nt Omnhn fur all fur west Close eoiineutlons are made tit junction points with trains ofall cross Ilillinnii These celebrated cars iru run on all nlglit tralus on all the lines of thitt This Is the uillv line running HUMID cars between Chicago Ianl arClilcngomul At Oninhaonr Sleepers canned with the land Sleepers on lie Union Iacltic for nil points west of the Among the Inducements offered by this to travelling public nil the modern IlHprov ments Itocb and Dnllasted Steel Hock and Iron 1arlorand Drawiiif toum Day iiinuking anil Lounging Snfelv Air Millers tateut Coiipllii and Safety and Xhsolute Uumtortr 1C milling through Five Great ind operating over miles of this Com mnv presents to the trnveleler facilllies that aru lot and cannot be ottered liv any All ticket ran sell you tickets via this Ifvoll wish tho host traveling von will buy your tickets by thin anil will ake no Mnrvln liinl SiiuV Cienl Deyos Ivcry aiul ft Buililing West of House iirst Class Kigs furnished at all times tics curried lo any purl of the furnished tor 1 ew Brick Shop riages and Wagons Hade and Repaired nixl the brut Morfc In the latest tururtl ST BLACKSMITH SHOP In Centriil pinery Mlinrlni work itrompUr t a oori Specifica tions and AND PAUL The very best Uonte to New NEW TIIK ANO ALL Eastern and Southern It Is the onv HortlmcBlcru Una connecting In naino depot lit with any of the great Kastern or Southern and the most con venlelilv lociucil with reference to rcneliliiE any rtiitel orClacuot Business in CnicAin Canal and Went Mad ison Horse Caw and Stage Lilies for ail parts of the cltv constantly durum and Clark Heed and South Horse Cars nnd Omnibus Linus running najulitrly therefrom to the principal parts cirr TirKKT Kaet Water corner Wisconsin R ONLY r HKTWKEN And Through rnlnce HlecpinR Vnrii liny Wllh nil ho best monrru Improvcmonlsfor safety nnd with Sloe Ilnil heavy Gravel hallatt and free from nnd Ticket JNO lenl Asst lliml WI NTKH A II HA EM li DES MOIPS MINNESOTA NARROW GtJAGE IirstCinss TnthiR Knvli Way Ititilj IiPtwocii Des Mines and Amtw Connccllonn tlwn artd with all passcn CIT trains on tMikaco NorthwoHtorn u Ilitruiigir irulns for s Mohns and all points jtonlh CBII IMY HUlbU fKlflllT rilnlon in Vdnr 0 p m A ft 1 I WAY CARPENTERS AND We nrc prepnred tp do kinds of cnr pcntcr stiiir in a prompt and orkinaiilike Plans and spcclflcatons gotten lip for all classes of We would respect fully those intending to build to cull upon and get our WAT A SEASON OF Pierce fe West Aro HOIV ready to dulfvcr nany quantity to evcrrpart of the They will supply cuetomcrs BY THE IOUNB Oil PIERCE WEST are also prepared to lo nil kinds l draying nnd wring the best tennis and wagons in llivs mrt of the TERMS Leave orders ou slnte at Whitney laclleys hard ware 37lf AT unve just filled tliwir big store with a stock of the best Jleapy Hnile Cloililiiff Woolen and Civil and examine Goods nnd Pticci We are hnund to sell Centennial Exposition Tliifl great international designed to commemorate the one hundredth anniversary I i n Vlilit m x Wru mid honthwmt i the Union arc participating In this wonderful bringing together the most com prehensive collection of art mechanic al ecientlillc manufac turing mineral and ag ricnlturnl products ever exhibited Tun grounds devoted to the Exhibition aro located on the line of the Pennsylvania Ilnilioad and omhrnco four hundred and flfty acres of Fnlrmount all liiirlily improved and on which arc erected the largest buildings ever live of these covering an area of and costing five The total number ofbnlld fuini elected for tliu purpose of the Exhibition la ncnr two hundred Burinc the thirty days imme diately lollowint tlie opening of tho Exhibition a million aud a quarter of people visited The Pennsylvania Ilailroad THE TIUJXH JUNK ANl FAST MAIL ROUTE OF THE UNITED in the most convenient anil economical wiiy of reaching Philadelphia and thin great Ex hibition from all section of tlio Its trains to nnd from Philadelphia will pass through a CiKAND which the Company have erected at tho Main Kntrance to the Exhibition Grounds for the accommodation of pnsfleiiuerB who wish to stop at or sUrt from tho tmmeroUK lariro hotels conltgnuug to this station nnd the convonionco of the crcnt esl value to and nflordcd exclnnvely by the Pennsylvania which In the only line running direct to the Centennial cursion trains will nlBo stop at the Encampment cf tlio PntronH of at Elm Station on The rennnvivania Kullrond the grandest railway orcniiiiallon In It coniroln seven thousand miles of uous MUCH to 1hllndelphla New nnd over which luxiiriiiiis day and niclit cars are run from T olc and without Its main line Is laid with dmihlo and third tracks of heavy steel rails upon a nwsp hod ol broken aud Ite bridges urn nl of iron or rnssonEer trains areunulpped wun ewrv known Improvement for comfort anil nnd are run at faster spend for gnmtur distances than the trains of any other llnconiho continent The Company has larirely inircneod its equipment for Centennial will bo prepared to build In its own shops locomotives pusuonger curs ntsnori notice1 to fully accommodiite anv extra Tlie resonrcen a thi romninnil of iho perilel nrcommodnlione iur all iiutrons nniiug The tnaenHliwnt scenery for wtildi he Pan n Bylvanlii kallroad Is so Justly celcbrnted iireeoiiw ihr traveler over Its perfect roadttny an ever panorama of anil land unwoualed In The nu linoare Mealii wll bn at uttlulilii hours and ampin time a lowed for enjoylnii Kxcurslon at rodiicrrf wifl ho at all principal Ha I road Ticket Odlciw In north Ho Blue tiat your tlckctK rci4 vlo tba groal IVuntvlvauli Itouto to the AUGUST NUMBER 47 N State of Hnrdln To W J or unknown owners of the follow ing lot You arc hereby nottncd that on the day of IBiUtlic then Treasurer of said county of exposed for and sold the following real Lot 7 block In the town of Himltn Torino taxes then duo nnd delinqiixnt thrreon that nt onld time and the undersigned hid the amount of tald interest ond costs due thereon for the vrtiulo of the shove described real and now holds the certificate of purchase nnd that thu time of redemption will expire and n deed for said will bo un less redemption from such sale be made within ninety days from the dnto of completed service of this notice on State of Iltvrdln To John Philip Shinlnflcr and James You arc hereby notified that on the 3rd day of the then Treasurer of said county of exposed for sale nnd sold the following real The s hf of the sw or north of range went of tho 5th Iliirdln for the taxes then due and delinquent thereon that at said time and the undersigned bid the amount of said Interest and costs due thereon for the whole of tho above described real aud now holds the certificate of purchase and that the time of redemption will and a deed for said land will lie un ICSB redemption from such sale be made within ninety days from the date of completed service ol this notice ou State of Hardln To or tho unknown owners of the following lots You are hereby notified on the 3rd day of tho then Treasurer of snld county of exposed for sale and gold the ollowing real towlt Lots S and 4 block in the town of Hardln or the taxes then due and delinquent therein nt spid time and tho undersigned hid amount of said Interest and costs due hcroontfor the whole of the above described real and now holds the certificate of purchase nnd that the time of redemption will expire and A deed of said luml will be nil cue redemption from ench sale be made within ninety days from the date of complete service of this notice on State of llardin To or the unknown owners of the following lots Yon are hereby notified thaton tlie Srd day of the then Treasurer of said LIIU Limn irmiHurLr 171 ouiu county of exposed for sale and sold the ollowlng described real towlt Lots 7 and 8 block in the town Hardln or the taxes then due and delinquent hat at said time and the undersigned bid amount of salt Interest and due Iiercon for the whole of the above described real estate and now holds certificate of purchase and that tlie time of redemption will cx and a deed for said land will be unlesH redemption from euch sale bo inndevsithln ninety days from the date of completed service of this notice on State of llardin To or the unknown owners of the following lots You are hereby notified that on the 3rd day of the then Treasurer ol county of exposed for and Bold the ollowlng described real estate towit Lots 7 and 3 block In the town of llardin or the taxes then due and delinquent hat at said time Mid the undersigned bid the amount of said interest and due Iiereon for the whole of the above described real and now holds the certificate of pur chase and that the time of redemption will expire aud a deed for said land will bit lliless rcdenitttl 911 from stlcli sale be made within linity the flute ot completed service of his notice on Stale of llardin To or the unknown owners of the following lots You me hereby notified on the 3rd day of the tlienT rensmerof said of exposed for sale ami sold the following real towlt Lot 4 block n the town of llardin for the taxes due and delinquent thereon uit at anitl Ume ixud the undersigned bid tlie amount of said interest and costs due thereon for tho whole of the above described real and now holds the certillcate of purchase luidttmt the time of redemption will and a deed for said land will etlemptlon from such sale bo niudc within ninety lavs from the date of completed service of this nutlce oil State of Hardln To or tlic unknown owners of the foltuwUiK You are heriby notified that on the 3rd tiny ol the then Treasurer of said county of exposed for and sold the tollowllii described real towit and J block in the town of llardin for the taxes then due and dclniqUnl thereon that at salil time and the undersigned bid he amount or said Interest and due ttuicon for the wliolo of the describ ed real and now holds tlie certillcate of inrchase nnd that the time of redemp tion will expire ami a deed for said land will be unless redemption from tuicu sale be made within ninety uays from DID date of completed service of this notice on 1J Sttucof lliirilin To or Hie unknown owners ofllio following lota You lira hereby notified on the Snl ilny of tlie then Treasurer of said county of ex posert lor snle nnd sold tlic following real towit Lots Omul blk in the lotvn of llardin Co for tuxes then due and delinquent thereon hut at aid time nnd the undcrsigu ed bid tlie amount of suid interest nnd costs due thereon for Hie wliolo ot tho above described real and now holds the certificate of jntrchiise and that the time of redemption will expire nnd a deed for said land will be unless redemption from such sale be made within ninety days frotn tlic date of completed service of this notice on State of llardin To Iiydin or the unknown owners of the following lot You are hereby notified Unit on the Srd day of Hie hen Treasurer of suid county of ex posed for snle and sold the following tie scribed real towil Lot 4 block 74 in the town nf llardin for the taxes lliun due nud delinquent thereon that tit said time nnd the undersigned bid the amount of said interest nnd coats due thereon for Uie whole of the above described real nnd now holds the certificate of purchase and that the time of redemption will nnd a deed for said land will bo less redemption from such sale be made within ninety days from the date of completed service of this notice on Hliitcof llnrclin To or Ilic unknown owners tlic following lots You arc hereby nolitieil that on lite 3rd tiny of tlie then Treas urer of saiil County ol exposed for ami solil tlic following real estate lowit Lois 7 and 8 block in the town of 1Inrdin for tnxcs then clue and delinquent thereon Unit at suid time nnd place the undersigned bid the amount of said interest and costs due thereon for the whole of the above described real and now holds the Certificate of Puichnse and thnt the lime of redumption will a deed of said Hind will be unless redemption from such sale be made within ninety days from tho date of completed service of this on POOL Stale of Hnrdin To Frost or Ilic unknown owners ol the following lots You aro hereby notified Hint on the 3rd day of the then Treas urer of said County of exposed for and uold the following real towit Lois 1 and 3 block in Hie town of Hardin lown for the taxes Ilien due and delinquent thereon thnt ut said lime and tho undersigned bid the amount ol snid taxes interest nnd cosla due thereon for Hit whole of tho above described real estate and now holds the Cert iricale of Purchase and Unit the time of redumption will mid u deed for said laud will bo unless redemption from sueli fiile be made within ninety days from tin date nf completed service of this notice on 34 OTJR RADIX The Brooklyn llrlrtsc Throwing Over the First of the Orent Prom ilir UMULII NEW By the time this comes before your a notable step will liiive been taken in the progress of our bridge to Both of the enormous oiers being at last completed and the last injunction against its continuance the first of the week will witness the spinning of the first threads across tlie from one dizzy height to the and from hat point the work will go rapidly forward to Some of tho grandeur of this enterprise may be nthered from n few was commenced in Jan so that the laying of the foundation and building the piers alone has been the work of over five Tho foundations rest on the solid rock 78 feet below high water A description of the laying of these foundations would in itself make a interesting aunching and sinking of the great weighing tons the condition of the workmen work ng away the riveiyin air sufficiently condensed to hold back the mud and water and consequently so dense as to almost intoxicate those who breathed and to make the ianips blaze with dangerous fierce and many other details would possess great but ipuce forbids more than a mention of the salient The bridge jeing a suspension the strain comes entirely upon tlie anchorages on either side and the two These anchorages are great in asses of masonry bolted together and to a leavy foundation with heavy iron Jars and clamps running in To theso will be fastened tlie ends of the four main cables which are to bear the weight of the jndgo These cables seem to the most stupendous feature of the whole Each one will fifteen and one half inches in and will be composed of small steel twipted to Perhaps it may strike some reader that such a cable will bo pretty Let us The wire to be used weighs one pound for every four teen feet in and as there are to be strands in each every fourteen feet will weigh or 450 pounds to tho as the distance between the anchorages is or more than twice the distance between the a cable reaching straight across from utie to tlie otlior would weigh about 1 But as they have got to be longer to go up ovfir the and as there iiru fourof them instead of the total weight will be pounds or But how are such masses of metal goinjj to bu put up over the towers That I would be apt to bother any one of us if we had the matter in but the lloeb obviates this serious difficulty by arranging to take the small strands one by and make the cables in their piopor It is as when you know as itwas to Columbus friends to make an egg stand on end after ho had done it for them but it isnt every could have suggested the The which have thus far been the only visible evidence of now tower aloft in grand complete looking like the opposing fronts of two the double roadway openings in each standing for Gothic Frotn the river to the topmost piece of iron work is 275 and the structures them selves are about 50x150 feet at the tapering slightly toward the The roadways will be 135 above high water To stand ut the bottom of one of these giant piles and look upward will make giddy itny but the steadiest From this position the top seems actually to pierce the The staging upon which the workmen travel up and down its end less sides narrow down to a point in the vase and the work men when they can be discerned at look like wo of the earth appear to On the top of each avo the as the grooved irons are called on which the big cables These saddles nrc in proportion to the rest of the weighing thirteen tons They have got to have some solidity to sustain the weigh which will rest on their when all is a weight estimated at iienrlj onehalf of which will be the bridge proper or part between tho The wires which aro now about to be thrown across will be light ones used only for drawing over the smal Cables that arc to support tlio foot bridge for t their stretching will be an inter esting as being the first act of he final section of the Three years from the day on which that if all goes the bridge will be ready for the crowding travel which will thenceforward possess The cost of this magnificent bond of union between the two great cities which are possibly through ts to become ultimately was originally estimated to be eleven and a half including he value of the land to be condemned or the Up to the first of this very nearly six millions had been and either tower was So new estimatewas then allowing over a million and a half more than the original and 5s will not have to be further To reach the height of the road way at the waters edge by a sufficiently easy ascent it was found necessary to jo back half a mile on the New York side and more than onethird of a milo in Brooklyn to commence build the By this means he declivity on either side will be made so gentle as to present no obstacle to the passage of teams or lorse It will be a gala day for Brooklyn when this bridge is To show of what importance she considers it need only be stated that pays twothirds of the bill against New Yorks The present system of ferriage is uncertain and really dangerous in and at all times s so objectionable to many people as o deter them from making Brooklyn their The new avenue of communication will remove that ob ection and will repay the city its share of the expense many times OTJIl MONTHLY NEW YORK FASHION 11Y MADAME yxvr YOKK My fair readers will oblige mo by interpreting the above caption in an extended and by attaching to it a much wider signification than would at first both as to place and as to the range of articles in which fashion is I sympa thize fully with the righteous indig nation which would be felt by any woman of fashion at tho thought of being found within city limits at the resont and my remarks upon should be understood as applying especially to what one may see at Long and wherever else may be thought genteel at the New York is a poor compared with the styles at fashion able and to tell the the gettersupof New York fashions have discarded all ideas per taining to and are toilinsj in anxious thought over what the morrow will bring forth that is to what will ba worn next Among the various pitfalls winch bosot the career of an ttinocent I know of none more dangerous than a becoming bathing In the first place it is so per fectly different from other which from oft repetition have become that his attention is at once A cardinal point is thus and if that suit be wisely as to the there may be millions in There is a look of such artless simplicity the falsities of flounces and tho like nor could any one imagine that a morn fatal danger lurked in such swontly unpretending things as Turkish a blouso and a short skirt reaching to the MOUNTAIN In my humble opinion there is no more sensible creature in tho at the present than the Girl of the Period as she goes on a moun tain She puts on a short skirt of gray or an over dress in keeping the comfortable blouse waist confined by a broad to which is attached a and whatever other conveniences she may require during her campaign stout a broad brimmed and gloves of undressed kid complete a costume which is captivating by reason of its entire It may furthermore be added that ou Aramintas do not always content themselves with such sober stylos as black or It is permitted to the more daring to render theso mountain costumes extremely fanciful if it is so but they are fanciful by reason of tho selection of brilliam not by a superfluity of adorn whiclylct it be understood aro banishud on occasion of ptulus with the of two or throe modest looking ruffles around the bottom edge of the short it is to the un the look of a be it it is not a petticoat but an Such weighty and important distinctions being duly I would add that sometimes a coquettirhly disposed brunette makes choice of an under skirt of bright red while not content with this she adds further more a yellow HOW TO JIB If you cannot be you must be if you cannot wear something which your great grandmother wore at the Republican then the next best thing is to wear a Persian or an Indian some If you are at a loss to know I will make the mild suggestion of a set of tigers which are just the loveliest things I know No makebelieve but the gen uine reminding on larger o f ycur dear have them in all sorts of For a a mammoth with a sitting in a picturesque attitude on the top for successive claws joined and in beautifully graduated I cannot imagine anything more ten derly suggestive of the and so far as appropriatcsness is con they certainly would make admirable bridal As an in ducement to the purchase of a set of I will assure my readers that hero is a plenty of gold about them looking gold loaves spread themselves on the the sharp ends are all cased in and during matrimonial the casings Doing taken off they properly form very stylish and effect ve weapons of Not that I mean o insinuate that young ladies gen erally need to supplement natures rifts to them in this no not jy any means but during the fall wo shallcertainly have a grand revival jf and thusc few hints are ffiven in HKD If one is too poor to wear tigers or to protend to have a great the next thing I would suggest would be to wear a good many red Now it is really wonderful about these red you can stick them any it dont can wear a red belt if you want and if you can find otic of your grandmothers hid away any why just put it right and je sure you Lave done a wise Not in the evening but in the jroad we see theso bright additions to costumes not only in the but in tho usually with black black grenadine costumes in particular and as I have they can be stuck on Bonnets are some of them lavishly trim Hied with red and us for red 1 really ccukl not count Accounts from Paris tell us that over there they arc having red dresses and red please now imagine every one of us going about dressed off in red or wearing rod What I mean to say is that a great deal may be worn without Icokitig Viewed there is a reason for such It is the absence of all other positive coloring in Otic sees every where such or 9ucb sobriety of that it docs seem a necessity to have some tiling more find nothing is prettier than the dnshes of red which are to be observed in thn midst ol quiot grays and This ir dress wlidle ns to ornamen enough been Affectionate but erring husbands after feeling all over for the door succeed in laudable at tempts to climb the shouk be careful how they bestow the kiss of peace on a sleeping Jane or Such conjugal caress might be enpei ded on an Oriental In sue instances ho lias followed out hii manly as exemplified fron grandfather She has done what every woman ought to to improve her beauty liberty and the of hap aro the rights of every incli nnd if any innocent minded woman finds her increased by sleeping in a masquo besmeared with a magio snlve on the she is very easily made con Enthusiasts also wear gloves to scented with rave per which lasts for days Ai iidoring as he lifla tlw dcltcat hand of his mistress to his o gnzcs with rapture at her may not know how much Iw owes to tho potent results of an Ori ental and sachet Ferhrtps tis better that he novo Where ignoraiteu is blia tis THE HERALD BATES OF ADVERTISING Olnmn one OO Otf One CnluiriH hree OtieHnlf Column one Column one 8O Otf Xo deviation from these lines of pr year each Additional per for AttvertUInc done at Legal FASHION IS As I hinted the sway of Hshion is by no menus confined to natters of Tlio present of their absence from the city is hi time chosen by our wealthy pco jle for tlie refitting of their elegant the selection of furniture and decorations for which hasbe come almost as much subject to the chests of the imperious goddess ns s the curve of a bustle or the a So great are her encroachments in this that ID great or can now go nto the salon en regie which does lot obey her laws of harmony or con From the footstool to the tuio nothing must interfere with the ymmotry of the The latter article has heretofore been supposed o maintain its position by virtue of ha old JHaudsoine is as ome but in this new era mod est merit is not held sufficient for all The bnre outlines and sombre which have characterized the jianos of a are indeed lanished but the demands if improvement have resulted in the ntroduction of beauty and grace into1 heir outward appearance to a hith rto unknown The spirit of his change has been early and fully aught by our New York house of lardman who ha e attained1 inch wide and sudden prominence ince the opening of the and beside their standard styles ire casing many of their wonderful iistruiMcnts in a variety of rich and lovel In their specialities of arlor and upright the ef Vscts of inlaying eb and the various novelties which hey execute to enhance great y the attiactivcness of their work ind have had their share in building ne reputation or the Of ourse Hardman in company with all other firstclass pro luce the plainer but if tho vealth and culture desire the outside ippearaiice to correspond more nearly vith the internal why should they not be gratified It not only ervcs to adorn their drawing rooms Hit tends to popularize things of eanty nnd as much iu interest of Art us of Next mcnth I shall be able to an jounce at least a portion of the Fall lie Wanted to Sell a From thu Dutroit Free Soon after a very pleasantfaced having something wrapped up in a paper inder his called at a Detroit lotel and requested a few minutes conversation with the When they were seated the stranger began 1 11111 an old landlord 1 kept hotel in Louis for i8 was the noncoimnittnl reply of tho of I know all about hc inconvenience of resumed the There were bugs irouud the bods in my and rliere is bugs around the beds in every I Oi I used to lie to the but tha bugs were and I knew What do you mean demanded the growing red clear round to his Must keop right replied tuff for now Im clown to This is the summer isnt and the only season when the bugs bite In the winter they are dormant and unless theres firein the room they dont care to get ire their work on the weary the summer season is the season for the mosquito All the hotels and houses have mosquitoes and nothing is thought of They seem to be a sort of Travelers will raise a howl over but they never even grumble at any one about mos Sir do you think I keep a junk shop roared the 1 Tins isa regular and a very good As I was going to i have invented and patented a operated ly a bov and a which you and alf other landlords want and will It is a machine to imitate the hum otf Its notes can be heard nil over each and with a gooi boy at the crank there can be no fail The traveler just dozing oft to sleep hears the At the same time a bug works from under Then more and more without any lying or will strike and claw tho air till night long to kill imaginary while the bugs go unmolested and grow The hum is a perfect even deceived Yale college Without it your guests will blow around about it no traveler will mention buys at hub will rip and tear at the IA you mean toinsult me shouted the Noj Hut you litlk if I fiadi bugs in my Iiouaerr Ill tell yenwhat III doylfHwllord Ill examine five and it I dpat fmd bugs at Tensli three of Ill ffnoyon a machine for It would hare boon a mpmndmck fight if the great big porter fsdut nnd hit mi iron TheHnretrter still and within am hour was bearing down for another hotel uudur full wiL   

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Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

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Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
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Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

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