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From the Milan Advertiser.
THE BEAR CLUB.
At gpeoial meeting of the bear club,
held for the purpose of iuresti gating
and reporting upon the wonderful skill
displayed in the construction of the nent
of an oriole, in the possession of . aaid
club. The subject naturally took the
form of this question, to wit: "Do beasts
and birds possess the power of reason
ing from cause to effect?" The great
Cinnamon being called upon to open
the discussion, Raid thnt he had given the
subject much attention in past years;
with, to himself, but little satisfactory
results. But he had received a commu
nication from the Spectacle Bear now in
Missouri, on tho subjoct, which in his
opinion proved conclusively that some
animals do possess the power of reason;
whereupon the white haired bear moved
the article be read by the Secretary.
The motion was carried, and tho article
was as follows:
PIKE STATION, TIKB COUNTY MISSOURI.
"Great Cinnamon and sellow bears of
the Bear Clnb of Milan, Ohio:
In the last issue of the Advertiser,
which was forwarded to me by my wife,
I saw an item stating that tho club was
in possession of an oriole nest which was
considered wonderful in its construction,
and that the great Cinnamon would
probably bring the matter before the
club for discussion. I assumed that it
would take the form of question as to
the reasoning power of birds and beasts,
and having had great experience wjitb
animals and birds, I Us ten to give my
testimony on this great question, hoping
thereby to finally disposo of the matter
so far as it relates to some of , the ani
mal creation. I have resided, as you
are aware, iu your midst as man and
boy about fifty years. I have been a dis
ciple of Blackstone about twenty years,
and have carried the glad tidings of
great joy embraced iu his doctrines iuto
many of the benighted places iu our
land, and am now preaching to the
Pikes with great success. You will all
bear me witness, that iu all my goings
out and comings iu before you, I have
maintained my integrity; ; devoting
my time to the advancement of truth;
and hence, I feel assured that my expe
rience, and opinions will have much
weight with you iu' your deliberations
on the great subject now before you.
With regard to the first creation, I
assume that though they build wonder
ful nests nicely weaving and interlaciug
the material from which they are made
into well molded forms of safety aud
venience, yet they never improve on
the first builder's works. Through all
the ages of the post the oriole has built
her nest iu the same form and position,
on the bended boughs, the only cliange
being perhaps in the material of which
constructed. Hence, it has never orig
inated new ideas, and therefore, - in my
opinion, dor s not possess tho .power of
reasoning from oause to 'eft-H, for by
.this process alone have improvements
been made and has tha world inercased
in knowledge in the arts and sciences.
This is true so far as my experience and
investigations has extended with regard
to the whole feathered tribe, from the gi
gantio Ostriuhjthat with outspread wings
rivals in speed the Arab barb of the
Desert, down to the tiny and golden
hued humming bird that sips the deli
cious nectar from the opening rose bud
gemmed with the morning dew. They
are possessed of only that mysterious
and unknown power called instruct,
used to distinguish it from the higher
aud nobler power called reason.
I am aware that I shall here be met
with the question, does not the Gisouse,
of the Kankakee Marshes, furnish an
exception to tue general ruler 1 answer
no; for though I admit that its mode of
whistling is au improvement on the-
mode of . whistling of all other JbirdB
known to naturalists, still I claim, and
challenge the great Cinnamon to show
that from the pre-adamite gisoese down
to the unfledged nestling now sitting in
its downy neat on . the mucky shores of
Kaukakce,that they ever whistled iu any
other manner, and unless he can show
this to the satisfaction of the club, my
proposition must forever 'remain un
shaken,... ' . ' '
But my experience with the animal
creation has1 been different, aud early in
life it was my fortune to have demon
strated to me beyoud the possibility of
doubt, that some animals do reason
from umse to effect, and that, too, with
a precision and nicety equalled only by
a mathe netical demonstration. I will
proceed in my experience, from which I
drew this conclusion.
When I was a boy I was passionately
fond of coon hunting by night," and, al
ways kept a good coon dog., On the oc
cosion to which I refer, I owned a good
one by the name , of Tige halftjiound
and half our, but a fighter, aud able to
get away with any coon north of Mason
and Dixon's liue. One night in Sep
tember, when eoona frequent oorn fields,
I took Tige and my axe and started for
a field down by Shaffer's marsh,so colled.
stealthily approached the field and let
Tige in. He soon began to bark aud I
Lurried to him and found, iitu at, the
foot of a small maple, about . forty jfoet
high, standing in the corn. . I could see
the animal on a limb about twelve feot
from the ground, aud thought I would
climb up and shake him off. I took off
my coat aud hut aud startod. As I .got
near the animal it moved up higher, aud
kept leisurely asoendiug as I approach
ed it. It kept on iu this way until I
had got at least thirty feet from the
ground, when all at once it came for me
like a streak of greased lightning
through a go?3
bjrry bush, He lauded
fiuare Oil the tori of WY head andbnfraa
operations. 1 lot go anrj foil, and
Damping ana roiling ena over ena from
one limb to another, Until I struck tho
ground, yelling' at every bounce, "take
him Tige;',' ''take him, Tige." When
we lit Tige sailed in and iu less than
thirty seconds came out looking as
though he . had been run through a
double-barrollod threshing machine.
Fellow bears, that animal was a wild oat
the largest size, and he had cleaned out
both of us. ,
When I let go ia the top of that tree
bad as fine a head of hair as any lad
in Ohio, and when I struck terra flrma
there want hair enough left on my head
to wad a single-barrelled shot-gun. That
hair never grew again, it was out roots
and all, aud the top of my head now
shines like an Alpine Glacier by moon
light I liave always believed the cat rea
soned in this mauuer: "there comes a
good sized boy with an axe and a good
sized dog. I can get away with both
of them ou the ground, yet it will
be easier to take thorn in detail, so I'll
go up this tree a little ways and got ' the
boy to oonie after me. He has a fine head
of hair and I'll get him high enough so
that I'll have time to take it .out before
the dog can interfere. Then I'll fix the
dog in just thirty seconds. And, fellow
Bears, the reasoning was correct to a
second and to a single hair, and to me it
was conclusive evidence thai some anv
mals, and especially wild cats, ' do ' pos
sess the power ' of reasoning. Hoping
that this statomeut may have the effect
of finally settling this long' disputed
question, I have the honor to remain
yow affectionate follow worker, iu the
grent cause of truth and progress.
feigned . Sr-ECTAowi Bear
Whereupon it was movod and carried
unauimoualy.that further discussion was
useless, and iirthe opinion of the Club
birds do not but that animals, especially
wild cats, do possess the power of reason
ing from cause to effect.' "'' . "' .
Transcript of Commissioners
Journal, and Statement
of Orders Issued for the
Month of May, 1875.
AUDITOR'S OFFICE, Sandusky Co.i
Fhemoxt, Ohio. May 8, l7d. ('
The County Commissioners me In
special ression. Present Martin Xong
aubaoh, Joliu Morrison and F. W. Sand
wiscn. Commissioners, and V. 3. fiinhel
Jr.. Auditor. ..
The following aop.ounU were audited
and the Auditor Interacted to draw or
dera on the Treasurer for the payment
vueicui; ... i i - t
Geo. B.Overmyer.repair'gbrldgo, $ 10 00
Aflam Heneel, building bridge, 130 00
D. H. Simmons, road damaire, 12 50
Frank P. Longanbach, repa'gbri'ge 6 00
L. C. Bull. Jr. road damage, 20 00
(j a oriel uuisdo, repairing Hud
Greek draw, 60 75
rscDumy Doncyson, oaae lor Pro
batoOilioo, , ,,,, 15000
Bartlett & Finefrock, 'legal service, 23 00
Aurust Heilman, dirt tor approach 20 00
J. K. Bartlett, legal service, . 551
U S. & M. S. B.R. freight 90 lum'r 20 00
Board proceeded to examine Billville
nridne wbich was being repaired, and
Attest: .. Pres't of Board,
JOHN MORRISON. F. J. GIEBEL. Jr. Auditor.
Geo. B. Overuiyer. bridge Samlus. '
ky township, l, '1(100
J H Francisoo, Juror. ' 8-30
Daniel Hocke, -, do 600
D P Simmons, road damage,, ,. 1250
LC Ball Jr., do ' " " 2tf 00
Uabrlel ouisno, repairing Mad
Creek draw, , ' B0 75
Tacuumy & Doncyson, furniture, 150 00
do two coffins, ' 40 00
August lieilman, ground for a p. -proacb,
L S A M S R,K, freight on bridge
I W Clapp, reMlot 139 Llndsey,
Joseph il laser, cleaning ouice,
John Jinking, witness,
Wm Schrader, harness,
Frank Kuuimell, Juror,
John M Smith, do
Israel Walborn, do ' ' '
F Wilmer. P J lunacy case, '
4 B Taylor, salary pbyticiau, ,
Hume, . medical service, , .,
Doncyson & Son, groceries.
Beauurand P balance salary puyi's
same, medical attendance, . . . ,
Doncyson & Son. relief,
C A. Norton, Juror, ' '
W W Stlne, do : ', ,
letr Spieldener do , i -
I P Elrtcrkln.jr. do " "
B W Winters, do - . :
John Kjiin & Co., dry goods, -
George Smith, .juror,
James Park jr., do '
Piatt Brush, . : do
Geo W Short, , do , .
Levi Thraves, ' do
L C Ball Jr., do '
Wm Uutlard, , do
TW Udell. blank books,
' 6 00
uepubiic rnnung Co., do
Mrs. llauk, niidwilery,
Cbas lieider, grand juror, .
Paul Oores, do
Sauiutl Skinner, do ' -
Henry Ohs, do .
Baltus Keeler, " do .
James Parkjr., do
w m tierusier, special grana juror,
Al E Tyler, do
Laurence Dick. do
John Taylor, tlo
John Lynch, do
Jokeph Stuber, , , do .
Jerry Ludwig, ' do '
BM Winters, do
Z Perrin, witness,
Bert Winters, do
B F Cornelius, juror,
O G Eaton, physician, '
Israel tValborn, iuror,
L U Sprague, witness,
Cbas Heiuer,judge election,
, 4 00!
- 1 15
, 6 oo
, 4 So
S 11 Russell,
Piatt Brush, ,
W W Stlne,
II B Smith,
Geo W Gurst,
C A Norton,
Geo W Gurst,
J R Gephart,
Jay C Smith,
J P Fleiuining,
' do; .
do , .
: 1 95
Wm II lUmey,
.lunn i; Harris,
LLloyd t reese,
Wm M Dennis,
Louis Kva, do
Clara Garhart do
Cbas Frank, do
Baldwin A Snyder, lesralservlce.
R Clark. Juror,
Wm Price, witness,
Wm Prior, juror.
John Malooul, witness,
K Aldrldge, do
Sumuel Burrs, do
Naac Sparks, do
II Rhode, legal service,
rnnk Grover, witness,
W 11 Reynolds, do
. Coourod, do
F Hartman, do
Allen Purdv, do
A Smlta, do
Martin Purdy, do
Simon Brugh, Treasurer Riley T &
S C Road.
Florence Sullivan, bridge,
Luther Gibbs. witness,
Wm Ferrenburg, labor on bridge,
Koblnson. Savage & Co., blank b'ks
Burton Beebe, Assessor,
Eli Reeves, do
M Overmeyer, do
J'R Bartliitt, Legal service,
William Inman, Assessor,
J Kramb, do
Israel Walboon, Juror,
H Reiusburg, road dmage,
B Keefer, grand juror.
T Garvor, legal service,
W II Reynolds, do
John M. Lemmon, do
lames DougUs, - do
John M Lemmon, do ,
Paul Gores, Assessor, '
W G Smittlev & Co.. stationery.
B Kline, red. lot 84 Helena,
Hiram Dean, witness,
, 4 oo
Jennie Schooner, do
w m. senooner, uo
Mrs Hastings, do
U Wendler. do
August Heller, do
J J Jack, do
James Park jr special grand juror, -
Adam ilodi'j, no
P Relfl, witness,
Cbas Howland, do
Z Perrin, special grand juror.
James Wilbur . witness .
D IUidy do
Hiram Dean do
Joseph Stuber special grand Juror
kii Keeves ao
U Dunning do
?xu Offet. witness.
Geo W Gurst special grand juror
Geo Held dol
C O Bartley witness
w a. Arun uo
Nelson Moser do
Jerry Ludwig, juror
same special grana jurcr.
nna Clark witness
Jennie Scboonerdo .
Wm Schooner do
Isaac Ellison do
Grant Taylor do
Z Perrin do
Jos Sacklln witness '
B H Winters grand juror :
fl B Smith do
E Dunning do
Liberty Aldrich witness
I U Rhodes legal service ,
A Nam witness
Chester Hunter do
Grant Taylor -.do,
C C Gardner do : . A
C A Miner do
J R Stahl do
Ezra Dunning juror
N'llo Hunter witness
W H Reynolds do
Z Perrin do '
D F Brown do
A J Wilder do
C G Eaton do
Israel Walborn jurors
UB Lemmon witness
L D Stark do
Geo Raimey do
.1 II Rhodes do
Z Perrin do ,
John Malcom do
J B Bush do
F S Owen do
W W Stine grand juror
Loura Kinsman witness
Thad T Harrison Assessor
O O Tillotson juror
B Poorman Assessor
' 1 15
. 1 15
Henry G Gibbons do
A S Letson ' do
E B Kridler do
Fred Kmch do
E F Dickinson Mayor
. W Moore Constable .
P M Gilmore Assessor
Wm Prior juror
Jas A Dickinson grand Juror '
M Babcock Assessor
B D Emeh Constable on inquest
Henry Busch phys do
Henry Brum juror do
Louis Llnke do do
Wm II bandersol do do
J T Sivalls do do '
Stephen Brown do do
Andrew Jiuhfer do do'
Jonn S MyerJ P acting Coroner
W E Rivers . witness
J A Rcutsoa do
WL Curry do
B I) Emch do
Tschumy & Doncyson furniture
Paul Knerr grand juror
S B Parker witness
C G Eaton medical examiner
Isaac Sharp juror
UhaB A Norton Uo .
James Parkjr do
J P ReiiT do
F Wilmer P J lunacy case
Xoah Kessler road damage
Geo W Miller axman on ditch -4
Vanborn chn di
C Sbermon do do
J L Greene jr witness
Gebhart Ffteher repairing bridge
Geo Greiner biauksmithiog
H It Adams juror
. 58 35
Daniel narsnner do
Moses Steirwald juror
Jos Waggoner do
L S & M S K R freight on books
H Counrod Sberid'
Ceo Smith do
D W Rhoads labor on bridge
Arch Grubs - do
Alfred Rhodes ' do
Adam Welch 4 Co do
John England do
J C Ilite.hu nails
J S Hitenhu witness
J R Clark juror
Wm Prior do
John Sweet laboron bridge
I M Keeler juror
C W Tschumy do
Heuian B Smith do
Jo A Haaser fireman and janitor
Trea. Ballvlll t'p T and G road
The flue blooded animal,
known as the
Can be found any time during the preaent season
atT. It. BUSH'li FARM. Term, this rear. ft).
hile "Smuggler," of the same blood, It charging
I), aud pri-liaps U nj better iiWo,
JOHN MORRISON. F. J. GIEBEL. Jr. Auditor. New Advertisements.
THE STOCK OF
HAS BEEN RE5I0VED TO
ONE DOOR NORTH OF THE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
LOOK OUT FOR
THE OFFICE OF
Has also been removed to the same place, where
mey wm conuune 10
PAV THE HIGHEST PHICE l'OR
Grain, Wool, :Seed, and nil kinds of
NEW MEAT MARKET.
Keeps conatanUy on hand a first
clat uupply of
FRESH AND SALT MEATS!
Of all klmla. Peraona dealing with him aecuro the
flueat menta the market afforde.
Shop on Front Street four doors south of 0:rrl
son Street, Fremont. SAMUEL C0II5.
NOTICE ia hereby given by the Board
of Education of Riley township, Sandusky
county Ohio,- that they will receiTe aeah'd pro
posals for building a achool house in auh-diatrict
So. 3 of aaid towoahlp, up till noon of
Monday, July 19th, 1875.
Plans and specifications can be seen at the Town
ahlp Clerk's office. The Board reservea th right
reject any or all bids. Each bid mnat state seoa-
ratela the price of material called for, and the
price or. laoor must aiao ne staien.
By order of the Board of Education of Riley
.June ia, 1875. 55-2 C. W. MARriN, Clerk.
B. F. CORNELIUS & CO.,
Respcctfnlly annonnce that they hare re-opened
the late Blacksmith shop run by
on Front street, where they will be found prepare
ALL KINDS OF WORK
in the trade, and ajwire patrons of their utmost
endeavor at all times to give anil mi ted
HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY.
HAVE YOU HEARD IT?
BOOT & SHOE STORE
IJi FREMONT, OHIO.
MAX GOLLY would respectfully announce to
the citizens ot r re mom aua vicinity ttiat be nas
just opened a new stock of Boota and Shoes, in the
room known as No. ft, BUCKLAND'S NEW
BLOCK, where he will constantly keep on hand a
apluudid assortment of Boot aud Shnen, which will
ue sold at reason ants prices. t;uium-wutttv
will be promptly attended to and executed with
elesance aud dispatch. Olve me a cull before pur-
chaHing elsewhere. My motto Is L1VK and LET
SANDUSKY COUNTY, O.
Croehan Woolen Mills will be run as formerly,
This establishment was recently fitted with all
AndaJ the Litest improvements. Particular at
tention will be paid to the Manufacture of
Double and Twist Cassimeres,
And all other Style oi Piece Goods manufactured
aaai or est.
A LARGE STOCK
Of the above named stylt t oa baud that will be
Sold or Exchanged for Wool at
Wholesale Prices I
Those wishing to avail themselves of this chance
au aave tue Jobber's and the Merchant's Protit,
which is about oue-thlrd of the Price you pay for
Highest Market Price in
Cash Paid for Wool I
IOIotli will b Mtnufacti'red bjr lha Yard or
on Shires. I'ariliug .lid SiiiuniDt; stid Koll. O.rU
ed for customer. 1)KN UKO.'B. I'rwi's.
U.illvili-, v., htty 30, r,i.
Real Estate and Insurance.
iBUCKLANO (OLD) BLOCK,
J F11E3IOST, O.
Resident of Fremont Since 1940.
RKFRRRNCRS: Bank of Fremont And Flrtt
National Batik of Fremont, Ohio.
The fntnre of onr eltv noYeTleokrrl more flattrr-
irs: than at pivmrt. The Frmnnt HHrvdltr 'om-
nnr. for the mamiffirttire 01 the c'lnraten mm
arl Mower and RonDern. haa comtnenctMi work
mid axprt to put fwo ninrhlirftfi on the mnrkct in
time to cut the cominor haritt. Other new bui-
new la opening, Itupmepa liioiks ore pninsj up.
Mnny dweluiiira are to he nut uo aa aonn as the
aeaaon wtllftitmit. At my Agency youwill liuda
large amount of
DESIRABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE.
Fir and Lift Tnmtranrt. bu Ten of the FirnU,
chin Cfmipanifa of fAe country.
Tnxen 'nrf in Sandnnkii Vaunt p.
Ural KhtaU Soldliuildin'tn Hen ted. and Iltnt
InfeUi'jtnct Girtn by Letter.
tW Peraons at a distance deaMnir anr Informn-
tlon from thia point, enn addrf-aj cnnimunfraiioiia
toihta Agency, it the auujwt does not r'qult'
much time and attention, a t r noptnee ctunij
encloM'd will he a aufflrli'iit remuneration. Where
more time anil l.ihor arer(Mniin.'d,af''aaotiahIocom-
penKition win e caargta.
I HAVE FOR SALE
SI xty feet on Crohan street, just the place for a
fine block of stores;
88 feet on Front street, opposite the Ball Block.
Brick boarding-house, corner of Croghan aud
Dwelling and deslrabl lot, with frnlt, corner
Bicrnaru aveuue ami Arcn sireer.
Dwell) no; and lot on Court strt-et near tho denot.
Three desirable and beautiful lots on Uircbard
Vacant lot on eaft able of Front street.
Four acre lot on Tiftin atreet.
Corner of Front aud OArrison streets. 82 xU2
feet, the most eligible placo for a buaiueas block
Forty Juts In Oleun's addition, just the place tor
suDuruau reaiaencus, ana are now ouen-a very
Uit 14W south side South street.
Three loU with dwelllcjr. on Fifth street, East
Lot and brick house on State street.
Two acres in Thad, Ball's subdi vision.
1 ,(MHt,oK) acres Iowa and Nebraska lunds.
Sfven acres, dwi-llinir. barn, orcharil, &c,
Nonvnlk. Splendid (rarrlen soil.
1,000 lots in Oak Wood Cemeterv.
Two offices In 2d story Buckhnd (new)
Two offices in 3d story, Sfime block.
Splendid suit Photograph rooms.
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST.
No person ought to go a single day without hav
ing their property, of whatever kfud, iumired. The
tine, old comp imep of the world that have never
Hi lie lieu trom their losaus ar.ieprescuted at
I would call your attention to their names aud
ROME, New York, $5,624,445
PHCENIX, Hartford, 1,852,302
PHENIX, N. Y.,
HOWARD, N. Y.,
Manhattan, N. Y.,
Fire Association, Pa., 3,135,735
ROYAL, Liverpool, 16,277,054
Rcpreeutlng nrly SIXTY MILLION DOL
LAKS. tu pay Fusses thutiuay occur at tiiU ageucy.
New England Mutual Life Insurance Co,
With over TWELVE SULLON DOLLAKS surplus
Harttord Accident lr$urance Company.
in which I Issue noliele. from one tn ten thousand
dollars, payluif from FIVK to FIFTY DOLLAKS
per week illdumulty in cane of disability. Acci
dent Tickets for$3.'MVt at TWKNTV-KIVfe CENTS
(er day paying Flr TKKN DOLLAKS per nock
in case oc aisammy.
tWlt yoa wish to visit the Old Country or
and ifet your ticket.
8 1 rangers willahvaya find a desk Id my oflJceat
their service, and welcome.
' ISAAC M. KEELER.
Fremont, Ohio. ,
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ments, rinirf. or cordial", pointing out a mode f
euro at ouce certaiu and etlt -rtual, by which every
sufferer, no nrittr whit h ? cnnrtitlon may 1a,
may cure hlmsif cheaply, privately and radically.
iwi,nM i,:ttre ir.ii hrjve a vjvn to UtouManj
Pent under seal, In a plnin envelope, to any ad-
dre?p, on receipt of s'x rcntP, or two postage
stomps Address the PuMlbrs.
( HAS. J. U. K .INK AY I )
'J7t Rowtt Aeir York. Ptit-offlce Box, 4HH0
This standard article is com
pounded with the greatest care.
Its effects are as wonderful and
as satisfactory as ever.
It restores gray or faded hair to
its youthful color.
It removes all eruptions, itching
and dandruff. It gives the head a
cooling, soothing sensation of great
comfort, and the scalp by its use
becomes white and clean.
By its tonic properties it restores
the capillary glands to their normal
vigor, preventing baldness, and mak
ing the hair grow thick and strong.
As a dressing, nothing has been
found so effectual or desirable.
A. A. Hayes, M. D., State As
sayer of Massachusetts, says, "The
constituents are pure, and carefully
selected for excellent quality ; and
consider it the Best Preparation
for its intended purposes."
Price, One Dollar.
FOR THE WHISKERS.
This elegant preparation may be '
relied on to change the .color of the
beard from gray or any other un
desirable shade, to brown or black,
at discretion. It is easily applied,
being in one preparation, and quick
ly and effectually produces a per
manent color, which will neither
rub nor wash off.
Manufactured by R. P. HALL & CO.,
NASHUA, N. H.
Soli ty U Brifgiiti, ud Sultri li Util&M. .
No Frraan ena inkr ihee Hiitrrauccord-
lnz to directions, aud remain long unwell, pro
vided their tionea are not destroyed by mineral
poluon or other me ana, and vital organs waited
beyoud point of repair.
Uraprpaln or InHIgeation, Readaehe, Tain
In ihc bltouldera, Couglitt, Tlgtitnesa of the chest,
Dizzlue-ig, Sour Kruciatlona ot tlie Stomach, Had
Tuate iu the Mouth, billon Attacks, 1'alpltatlon
of the Heart, Inflammation of tie Lunps, rain In
the region of the Ridueyti, and a hundred other
pnlurul aymptonia, are the oiTHpringa of Dyspep
sia. One bottle will prove t better iruaraniee of
Uh merita than a lengthy advertisement,
l or Female C'omplninia. in young or old,
married or single, at the dawn of womanhood, or
the turn of life, thene Tonic Bitters dkspltty go de
cided an influence that Improvement Lb soon per
ceptible. For Inflammatory and Chronic Rhen
matiaiuand tiout, liiiioua, ileum lent and inter
mittent Fevers. Diseases of the H loot I, Liver, Kid
uctb and Bladder, these Bitters have no equal,
bucli lJirteasofi are caused by Vitiated Mood.
' They are a armilo Hnrnntivo am well a
n Tonic posuussLug the inert t of acting ad a
pnworml agent In relieving Congestion or In
ihtmrnation of the Liver aud Vincerul Organs, and
in Itdioua Diseases.
For Mkin Disenoea, Krnptinns, Tetter. Rait
H lieu in, Blutches, SH)ta, l'imples, I'imtules, Boils,
Carliuncte.H, King-worms, ncald-Head, Sore Kves,
KryfipelaK, Itch, Scuriti, DifH-olorutioiis of the bkln,
litimor und Diseusea of the Bkln of whatever name
or nature, are literally dug up and carried out ot
tho system in a short tune b the umj of these
Urntrful Thonanmlti proclaim Vlsr.dAB
Riri'Biw the inot wonderful Invlgorant that ever
sustained tiio sinking sTstem.
it. ii. ivicuoAi.n & ro.
Drag-gift n and (Jen, Acts.. Han Francisro, Cal 4
cor. uf WsHliingtou aud t'harlton St., N, V.
BOLD BV ALL DlllU.ltjT8 ft DEALLltS. ' '
Nature's Great Remedy
THROAT and LUNG
It IS the vital Drincirjl at tha Pinm Tre nLralnrd
by a peculiar process in tht dittilUtion of die tar. bv
wrticn its bmhet Biadicioal propcruet art retained.
1'aryevea imu crudt suic has ben recommanded by
rryhtit phyiictanf of evtry tcAsJ. It is cooudcDtly
ottered to th afflicted tor the (ullowing aimulc reasons:
t. It CUHS3, W by abruptly tfopfitng tht ctmf
but by dissulving th phlegm aad attuting mature t
throw off tha uonealthy matter causinfr the irritation,
ta cases of ttt4 comvurrtOM It both prolong ao4
raaders less burdensome the life of the afflicted tutfercr.
s. It healing principle acts upon the irritated sur.
face of the luugs, fnt rating tm uk dittoed frit
relieving pain, ana tubJuimg mjtammaiam.
y lTruamBSHDBNKlCHBSTHBSLOOD. Posltlv.
ly curing all humors, from the common mmtlb or
auKHOMto the severest cases f Scrofula. Thouasds
of at&daviu could be produced from those who have
felt the beneficial eflccts of Pixa Tan Tan Coaoiai.
in the various diseases arising tross iMruaiTias os
4. invigirttt th4 Jigttth 0rgt$mi And rtttrft
All who bars knowa or tried Dr. L. Q. C. Wis
hart's remedies require no rcferemcea from us, but the
names of thousands cured by then can be given to
any one who doubts our statement. Dr. L. Q. C.
Wuhan's Urea American DyttU Pill mmd
Worm Sea as tmcr aave oevcr been quall4 ft or
ale by all lruggUts anit Storekapers, and SI -
Dr. LaC. WISH 1ST' S Offl;,
IN THE WEST!
Have the Finest Stockof
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T AI L O R I ft C
They hare employed
AND A CORPS OF
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Often glveth a doae
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tho only rome.ly ever (llscorere'l that will
Hominun forms of tho disease havo seldom r.
luirud the use of more than one bottle.
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llVSH I'SH, FI.jEl HISY,
n or two ep1irallina rnrrs rHIl
IiL AINH, rHIFKI) FlIKT, XIO 10
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botl la a an re 'iiro tat
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IMPlllr HIA, or SOHK THItOAT.
irloo. Ono Dollar.
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)N V. lX'I.I.Ait UX MAIL to ua ana it wiU be
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I.AKUK UISCOUNTS for Caah, within one.two
and tlme yt.re.
"The BtnoiUml d-tlluton lu Nchraka liea In
the f.r wi ati'i n ri'yiun, bi roud the laud, ot the b.
M. H. K. Co."
B Korcin-nlarath.-it will dowcribe fully tlioeo
land... aud the tt?rtua uf .hIc. apulv lo or addrce
Bnrtlntnu. Iowa., lor Iowa Laud, or
Liucuiu. Nub., for Ncbra.ka I.ai;i!a.
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A' nt" for the beet iHMnjj
I'iiau UMikaifi-a Id Him ainfi.l
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