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ftntMteffT Morth Bid. ofMaia Street. KMtof
tcrori Home.
J. 1v. BOWKS, rattor.
McArtliur, - - May 15, 1872,
The National Liberal Republican
Platform.
In another part of this pnper
the reader will find the plat
form adopted by the Liberal
Republicans at Cincinnati.
The declaration of principle
laid down surely can not fail
to meet the endorsement of the
honest and patriotic of the .Re
publican party. The platform
favors the appointing to office
of only honest and capable
men; denounces the land grant
and such gigantic swindles;
demands real civil service re
form, and many other things
that will bo enthusiastically
endorsed by Republicans who
are opposed to the re-election
of Grant., Let our Republican
patrons and friends carefully
read and preserve the platform.
An Outrage.
f In adjourning the Ohio Gen
eral Assembly without provi
ding for the election of dele
gates to the Constitutional Con
vention, a great outrage has
been committed upon popular
lights. It was not discretion
ay with the Legislature, but
its imperative duty, under the
Constitution which its mem
bers hnd sworn to support, to
fix a time for the choice of del
egates and designate the place
where their session should be
held. For its non-action on
this question, the Republican
majority in the Legislature
should be held to a strict ac
countability by the people,
whoso will has been disregard-ed.
Tt nlensps us to state that
- - A
Hon. Lewis Green, of the
New Lexington Herald, has
purchased the Logan Sentinel
office of C. D...Eliek, Esq.,
and will give the righteous and
substantial Democ racy of
Hocking county an excellent
paper, equal if not better than
the one issued by his predeces
sor. Mr. Gueex is the pres
cn Member of the House from
Perry count)', and a sound
De mocrat. As Hocking coun
ty now belongs to the 11th
Congressional District, the
Sentinel will do good service
in the election of a Democrat
.this fall to represent the dis
trict in Cong res?.
F The most unscrupulous
partizan General Assembly
that ever sat in Ohio was the one
thnt adjourned a few days ago
The Senate, when it first met,
was composed of 18 Republi
cans and 18 Democrats, hut the
the former, with the help of
their presiding officer, Lieut.
Gov. Mueller, violated the law
and the decision of the State
Supreme Court, as well as set
tled parliamentary law, in the
ousting of a Democratic Sen
ator from his seat, and the ad
mission of his competitor who
was not elected, in order to se
cure a "working" Republican
majority in the body, and thus
carry through all the schemes
of the Republican caucus.
This object was accomplished.
The session lasted nominally
120 days, at a cost of $1,000 a
day. About one third of this
time was lost in "adjournments
over" and an unusual number
of absentees.
The intelligance which comes
from Washington indicates
clearly that the managers of
the regular Republican party
are hurt. They are holding
"consultations." The with
drawn! of Grant is seriously
talked of, though Ulysses in
dulges the hope that the Dem
ocracy will mako nominations.
This, he thinks, 'will open the
way to him. ! .' ' '
The Right Kind of Talk.
The Harrisburgh Patriot
thus refers to the Cincinnati
nominations:
It destroy es our antagonists,
and enables us to steer clear of
all "entancliwr alliance" and
dangerous experiments, and to
move to victory upon the ten
ets of our own faith and by the
power of our own organiza
tions. Our plain duty is before us.
It is to nominate the best man,
and to pledge him to adminis
ter the government with hon
esty and in purity, to protect
the rights of the States, to
give to the people the right of
local self-government, to sub
ordinate the military to the
civil power, and to protect,
preserve and defend the consti
tution. And the following is from
the Philadelphia Sunday Mer
cury: And now we come to the
Democratic party the graud
old invincible and eternal par
ty that no adversity has ever
been able to crush or dismay ;
that has withstood the storms,
of more than three-fourths of a
century and "still lives" in the
hearts of the people. Em
bracing a majority of the white
men of the country, it is dis
tined to redeem and rule this
land in the future as it did so
long in the past. The
Democracy have the game in
their own hands, and all that is
now necessary to their success
is judicious action ; for even
should Greeley and Brown de
cline to run, the Radical party
is so demoralized, that the
Democrats can elect their can
didates, if they will proceed
with judgment and prudence.
That they may so act is the
prayer of all who desire the
preservation and perpetuation
ot American liberty.
Liberation of Brigham.
Intelligence from Utah ap
prises us of the escape ot ling
ham Young from justice, but
we trust it will be only tern
porary. The native courts of
that Territory have boldly
thrown down the gauntlet to
the United States Government
and declared that it has no
iurisdiction over them, inas
much as it is a State which has
expressed a desire to enter the
Union, though not yet recog
nized. This uice point, we pre
sume, will be discussed by the
Supreme Court at vv ashing,
ton, though we can scarcely be
lieve it will be admitted.
Meanwhile, it is the duty of
the President to adopt some
decided course of action, for,
though Bngbam can scarcely
be held responsible for a hom
icide alleged to have been com
mitted by his followers ten or
twelve years ago, when lm
realm was undoubtedly beyond
United States control, it is im
possible that the iederal Gov
ernment can permit his abom
inable system of polygamy
longer to exist. The sooner,
therefore, that General Grant
issues an amnesty for the past
the better; but considering
that Utah has now been virtu
ally incorporated with the
Union by means of the Pacific
Railway, he must at the same
time see that the Saints con
form to its laws and customs.
County Printing.
The Commissioners of Mon-
roe county, this state, have
done a very sensible act in
passing a resolution and plac
ing it on the journal of . their
proceedings, forbiding the pay
ment of any money to parties
outside of that county for any
printing done for any county
officer in that county ; and any
county officer having printing
done outside of the county for
the use of his office, shall pay
the bill out of his own pocket.
This is a very sensible act of
the Monroe County Commis
sioners, and oue which might
be followed with profit in
every county ; for it is a mis
taken economy which levys a
tax upon the people of a coun
ty to foster the growth of cities
without their limits.
Home industry should al
ways be patronized lin prefer
enco to going abroad, for it is
iuih wuicq uuuub ciues ana
makes them prosperous. Piq
ua Democrat. ;
Sells Brothers' Quadruple
Alliance.
Show literature is a standard
article of modern journalism. Rec
ognizing this fact, the manager of
the above named establishment has
elaborated a portion of this issue
with an original illustrated article
setting forth a list of Attractions
quite in keeping with the quantity
of newspaper territory lie covors,
Our roaders will do well to give
this advertisement a critical exam
ination, because it contains an array
of professions not equaled by the
performance of any other show
establishment that lins or will visit
as during the sonson, and bocauso
this Quadruple Alliance has a rop
ntation for coming nearer what they
advertise than any other company
in the country, tho proprietors
doing business on the principle of
first securing a good show, then
advertising it well. llenco we
have a decidedly friendly inclina
tion toward anything to which the
name of the Sells Brothors is at
tached by authority.
Noxt Friday wcok the show pro
cession, headed oy rroi. lnooaore
Long's famous military brass band,
will enter our town and make a
public display unusually handsomo.
In the afternoon the people will bo
invited to present themselves at
the entrances to tho "canvas city,",
in which they will find a wonderful
zoological display.and will be afford
ed an oppertanity to witness tho
gymnastic, the acrobatic and eques
trian feats of the circus company.
Quite naturally it may be expect
ed that a large crowd from the sur
rounding country will be in attend
ance, and we congratulate hotel
keepers, venders of gingorbroad,
and dispensers of pop and thin lem
onades, on the harvest of shin plas
ters that they are about to gathor.
The inducements to all classes of
community are so numerous, that
a very largo and respectable audi
ence may be lookod for both day
and night.
Charles Rhodes set over 21,000
for tho Standard, last week, and
there wero only three mistakes.
Ono was an e upsido down, one an
n instead of a u, am! ono an e loft
out. lie set 14,000 for the outside
of this paper this week, and not a
mistake in it. Who can boat this?
Jackson Standard,
"VVe hear of an enterprising
Chicago individual traveling
over the west, purchasing cur
dogs, thf hides of which he is
using for making kid gloves.
We want him to visit McAr
thur; we've got a sufficient
number of these worthless
brutes in the towu to run his
glove factory forja month with
out stoppage for funerals, and
we'll sell 'em cheap! an on
time. If he desires any cats,
we'll throw them in for the
purpose of binding the bargain.
"We can spare about 4,444 cats
of all size".
PIRRCE'9 PATENT SCISSORS 8HAKP.
ENER. Handy, Useful mid Practical! "In
n moment tho uliuriipst od? cn be he pat on
tlie ilullrnt clssor8." MlitouH Cowier. "Not
larger than an ildfnshlonod half dollar.lt dun
til work of a rrlndtone." N. Y. Obitrvtr. "If
we could not gnt another, we would not take to
mr nours. .toru cnnniait, - it nn rem
merrlt: we have tried It." Th MMhndiit.
Mailed to any mldroMon receipt of twont v-Rve
cent, HKKQENA KAINBEIDUE, 83 B.ekman
St., N.Y, B. AB. haviiiK their attention and
and time occupied lu other limine, offer the
ptentH, machintrT nud Mine of the stock of the
ahore for sale, believing it would ben warrant
ahle investment to any purchaser.
DENTISTRY.
HAVINO been enpafred in tho itndjr nnrl
practice of PentMry for fifteen years and
a local practloner in Jackson for six years, and
having availed myself of all tho
Modern Improvements in Cental
Science,
I would respectfully say to the citizens of
Mo Arthur and vicinity that I am full v prepar
ed to msnipiilnteall the various branchc of the
teluncc. Prices as low as tho lowest. Work a
food as the boat. Pomona eomlni from
a (I lit once winning to remain Until their work
Is done will be entertained at mr nrivata real.
donee free.
ETHER SPRAT and ELECTRICITY
Used in extracting tenth, rendering: their tx-
traction comparatively palnleaa. A female at
icnnmu niwiiys on nuna to wait upon ladles.
Oive me a call.
8.T. BOQGESS, Dentist.
May 15, 1811-ly Jackson, O.
Appointment Notice.
NOTICE la horcby a-iven that undersigned
have been appointed and qunllllnd aa Ad
ministrators of the estate of Henry Furirerson,
senior, lute of Vinton county, Ohio, deceased,
JSATHASnH
MON TON.
May 15, 1872-Hw
USE RED HORSE PONDER,
For all Ueneral Diseases of Stock and
Poultry.
REFERENCES:
HORSES CVKKU OK GLANDERS Aaron
Snydor's. U. H. Aaslstant Assessor, Mount
Etna, Ph., C. Raoon'it, Mvory and UxchuDge
Btnblo, Hanhurr, Pa.
IIOKShtt UUllr.ll VV rOUNIllCH Wolfe A
Wilholin't Danville Pa., A. Kills'; Merchant,
Wahinictoiivllle. Fa- J. Mice rilouakcr'a.
Jcinv Hhore, Pa.
IIOK4KH OUREU OF LUNG FEVER Hess
A llro's, LewMnirg, Pa.
HOMES CUKKI OF COLIC Thorn Olinsj.
an'H. Union county, Pa.,
11008 CUKKD OF CITOLTCUA.-1I. Ban"!,
II. A A. CH'lwaller's, MllUm, Pa.
GOWft CURKI.-Dr. MoCleery'a, J. II. Ho
Comtek', Milton. Pa,
CHICKENS OUUEU OP CHOLKUA AND
flAPES.-Dr. I. T. KrelisS, Wutsontown,
Pa, Dr. IT. Q. I)avl. O. W.Stlcker'., John ami
Jnmn Finney's, Milton, Pa. Hundreds more
could bo oltod whose stock wna suvud by using
the JUtd Horso Powder.
PHiriRaD tr
CYRUS BROWN,
Druggist. Chomlat, Ilornoman,
At his wlumule and retnll driiirand rhemtenl
emKrltim, No, 1)0 Broadway, Milton, Penii,
EHOLD TIIE AliVJiST
Of THB
Unabridged and Uneq'ualed
SELLS BROTHERS'
Mammotn Quadruple Alliance,
i, Menaaerie, Caravan,
AND
CI ECUS!
The most gtupendons confederation of exhlhl.
tlona evor placed before tlur Americau public;
a combination of attractions eel using any three
shows iu America. M exhibit in
MABTHUB
On Friday, May 24, 1872,
AT J AND 7 P. M.
Four ! . Four ! Four ! Four!
Complete ami comprehensive shows united.
Monstrous Zoological Accumulation uml Eques
trian Exhibition; Extensive Musuuin of Living
anil Inanimate Curiosities; Gigantic Mcnngerio
of Living Wild Animals; Colusxal Egyptian
Caravan, and the Best Circus in America. Our
Menagerie contains the greatest number of Rare
Wild Animals ever collected under one mini
agenient. Among the vast and valuable col
lection are tho recently imported War Ele
phant, Julius Ctosnr, a Drove of Guilds and
Dromedaries, South American Hippopotamus,
the llncst Denof Aslntlo and African Don in
America, Pair of Uoynl Bengal Tigers, the
Orent Four-Horned ilimmalayan obera, tho
onlv one ever on exhibition in America, Den of
Performing Ilyouas, flie' largest Urizzly Bear
over captured, acluul weight, l,'.t24 pounds, pair
ol llacttlau Camels, Abyslniau loex, EiuttJutiiu
Antelope, Caslunero Goat, Arabian Dromedary,
Spotted Axis Deer, Bison of Colorado, Spotted
llvena. Thibet orSuuBear, Striped Hyenas,
American Fallow Deer. Asiatic Lion and Llon
e, South American Jaguar, Llama ortheCim.
el of the Andes, Nyl Ran, Puma, PencfrlU j.tp
ard, I hetah or limiting I.eopurd, Mexican Lion,
Koval Bengal Tigers, VirKinia Panthers, Aus
tralian Kangaroos, Bush Kattgniou, lihu-.li Buar,
Ocelot or Aniericnn WildciiU, Civet Cats, Aui
Enters, Apes, Cinnamon Bear, African Porcu
pine, Bnrliarv Zebra, Unlwons, Mandrils, Pnnuh
near, drum, uuuiuus, i i-nviitu .muiikvv.
White. Grpv and Tropical Cockatoos, Birds of
I'.iriidise, Wluto and Black Squirrels. Gray una
Black Wolves, Parrota mid Paroquets, Atrican
Ostrich, etc. Also, a beautiful
AUSTRALIAN BIRD SHOW,
Embracing every Imaginable variety of the ma
nv colored birds of plumage.
The Menagerie Department Is under the im
mediate supervision of tho great
ROBERT ELLW00I).
The Dauntless Hero of the Lion Conquerors,
who will enter a den containing four savage
Asiatic Lions, recently captured, and never
pcrfoiTned before this season.
Tho Hippodrome Performance, under the ill
rection oi Mr. Hiram Marks, is given in a Mon
ster Cauvas Colisseum, capable of comfortably
accommodating 5,000 people. The other three
shows are given in another mammoth tent, sep
arate from the circus, and only ono price of ad
mission is charged to witness the whole confed
eration. Following are tho names of the principal per
formers in this challenge company;
LITTLE MINNIE MARKS,
Most Skillful and daring rider In America;
Ifl'LLE KA.TE,
Beautiful, graceful, brilliant Equostrlenno;
M'LLE LINNETTA,
Tho Lion Enchantress;
MISS EMILY BAKER,
Tho distinguished and handsome Trapeze A r-
usi;
MR. SAM. RINEHART,
Clown and Champion Lenpcr of the World
MR. GEO. W. RICHARDS,
The American Sampson;
DON SANTIAGO GIBBONOISE,
Tho greatest living Contortionist;
Mr. John L. Davenport,
Vocalist and Champion down;
HASH IIAMO,
And his wonderful troupe of Arabian Mame
lukes; Mr. Hiram Marks, Mr. Edward Mortimer, An
dorson Umther, Mr. Frederic Herbert, Master
Aitoipn, rnomas Watson, Monsieur Charratl,
Master Rhineliart, Kobort Elwood, Master Or
rin, and the little midgets, Willie and Cbarlia.
B
mThe procession headed by tho Uoldon Itomoo
Baud Chariot, containing
MILITARY BRASS BAND,
drawn by M splendid Moodod horses, richly ca
parisoncd, will witer the town about 10 o'clock
oi.lbo morning of the exhibition. Iu the line
will be round the flnest lot of animal dens, ca-
ffes, vans, and baggage wagon ever Been, fol
owed by a drove of trick and performing horses,
lilllpiitnnt ixinlcs, educated mules, etc., the
whole forming a grand moving panorama of
gorgeous splendor.
ADMISSION 30 cts.
Children undor 9 years, 25 cts.
Will exhibit at
WILKESVILLE,
ThuvMluy, May 33d;
v Bargains for
caps, .;V X CSHFLOODESIIESs,
CROCKERY, jt BOOTS,
Xy.A,X
GLASSWAKE,r S1I0ES
nufiioc nnnrtc wewen nre J o. .
nnnri ttmt7G ttavtt r.nMEva & vv X
I S 12... 4t i'.. V. 1 M vakV
HllUgUl'llllirc SIUlsiai.iivHi" 'Vp
' ' ' X
EVERYBODY INVITED TO
HAKB5WAB1E
i&grieulfural
:o:-
NLJTUT STUEBT , M'jKTIITJI?,, OHIO,
Are receiving a large and well seloeted stock of
Bniiaers' Hartarc, Salers' Hardware, Cajptcnj' Tools, Cutlery!
House 3pTir23.lsla.lr1e: Goods!
Wooden-ware, Market ISasket, IS ope, Twine,
FARM AND GARDEN 1MPIENENTS!
FRASS AND PORCELAIN KETTLES!
We liavo a choice
And various pattern of
And wc are Sol Agents lor the Celebrated
hjook (stoves:
Celebrated Arlington Combined Cook Stove !
Oomo and see this 8tove he'oreyon go elsewhere.
flSTThe VACUM OIL BLACKING Always on h&nd
A good artlclo of
Pure White-Pine Tar, and Tiirc Cider Vinegar,
Constantly on hand. Weniunufnctttrcthebcst nrtlcloof
Tin-Ware!
All of wliicli we will sell nt
exebanire for Country Produce!
ltry
V'o have tho exclusive Agency
CHAMPION COMBINED
dill nnl examine llili muchine.
Everybody !
Q X
CALL AND SEE GOODS!
InipIcmcntSi
assortment ot
m
-''.IS,-1 iA
li.-
mm
fltLOW PRICES M m
in Vinton county fortlio
MOWER AND REAPR.
Tlniy are mtperlor to uny other.
We see by a special to the
Cincinnati Enquirer, that Mr.
Greeley took the 8:25 train for
Chappaqua, on Saturday morn
ing, wnituer lie was followed
by a small army of New York
reporters. From the Chan
paqua depot he struck out at,
an astonishing gait . for his
homestead. The reporters fell
far behind, and arrived, one
after another, exhausted.
Without waiting to take a
breath, the Philosopher threw
his coat on a chair, seized a
pail and drew it full of water
trom the well, and stood, tin
cup in hand, and offered each,
weary reporter, as he arrived,
a drink. Horace soon after
seized an ax, and began slash
ing away in the timber near by.
The reporters followed him,
oui ine cnipa new so, mat in
terviewing became risky business.
Editorial notice! are ooornmou that It It
almost imponlule lor nn editor to exprena bit
homittyplnlou of tho meriU of liny urtluolo
without being umpocted of Interested motive.
ThlH'fiiot, however, bIiuII not dotri nom iy
In whnt we think of a now Addition to th Mb.
torln Medico to wlilrh our munition tin been
recently dlreeUd. We refer to In. J Walk
ir'hOm.ikoiinii Vinkoab Bittkhr, o romeily
which 1h mnklnir I In wnv inln morn rmllloi
Junt now than nil the othor idverttNcd ninill.
ienc nut tnKOtner. There neetnii to he no iuen
tlmi ahoutt lie iiotnnr.y of It tnnlo unit nlturn
tiva liropertleH, wlille it ponnnimes the grout
ncKttlve ronomrneiiilHtloii of contnliiliiK nel
thnr nloohol noriniiioriil iioIhoii. 'i lint it Ih
iieuilllafor Inillfreatlon. l!llloiinnciot, Coimtliin.
Hon, nnd mnny coiiiiliilnUof ntrom orlKln,
we have reiuoii to knowi and we ure aiiiiimil
on Rood Riithorlly that in a Renoml Invluoiitut,
roKiilntinir und purll'ylnif inedlelno, It lni un
euiinl. Jl I Dinted Hint 1 1 lnirredlontJi,(ohUtlu.
oil from tho wiliU ul'Ciililbriilit,) urn new to the
nieillcl world and IU exlnionlhniry elTertu
eertolnly warrunt theooncliiHlon tint it le;ucom
nound ofnitontK hitherto unknown. If popn.
arity Ih anv oriterlon. there cim lie no doubt of
tin efficiency of thfl VrNitOiit Hittekh, Ihr the
nle of the article In linnKime ami conlinuNlly
luoi'ailii. 10-It. .
While narrow-guage rail
roads are being ptojected in all
directions, a Mr. Burris, of
Wisconsin, conns before the
public with a scheme for n
railroad from th Atlantic to
the Wear, to be built witu h
guage of thirty feet. The road
is to run from the Eaf t by the
most direct line to Lake Erie.
When" it reaches the lake the
road is to be built out into the
water about twenty-five feet
below the surface for some dia
tance, and there end. It i9 to
bo operated with a machine
which is even more wonderful
than the road, and which will
navigate the water as well as
the land. When this amphibi
ous locomotive arrives at the
jumping off place at Lake Erie
it is to slide gracefully into the
water, and by a slight trans
position of machinery become
a steamboat. When it has ar
rived at Monroe it resumes its
character locomotive, and rolls
off on another broad-guage to
Lake Michigan, whence it is to
take the water for Chicago.
The machine is to be sufficient
ly large to carry a vessel of
five hundred tons, so that all
necessity foi ship canals will be
done away with. The inventor
expects to attain a speed of one
hundred and twenty-five miles
per hotir on land and twenty
live on .water,
A Century of Trlumplia over ilvapppalil,
liver disL'Hsu, bowel complaints mill viulou
fubrli mid ncrvoiisdlaordi'is, li.o. iiiiiuurtiilizcit
theSoltzerHpn, and these victories nienow re
pented throughout this hoinlspheio by TiB
K1N1'.4 KKVKHVIsCBht REl.TZEa A ITCIIIKKT (
containlnir all the rlomuiitavnd proilmdng all
the happy result of t hu Great Gt-nnnn SprinH,
tOf.D BY ALL DRL'GGIHTS.
Extraordinary Imj: r ov 3ments
cabinet" organs
The Musou A Hitinlin Owai o. rcsuectfullv
annouuee the introduviiouof linproveinenls Of
uiueh more than ordinary Interest. Tlicii) ara
BEEl) AMI) PIl'EOAIUNKT ORtJAXS,
liohm the only successful conitilnalloii of ltKAL
rirr.3 wttn reeus ever niuue.
DAY'S TKANAl'OHlNd KEY-BOAR l,
which can bo Instantly moved to the rlirht or
left. chanitinK the pite.li.ortrauposiuKtlie key.
roraramNffiaun MfKerijKwtui, r utrotiitir.
NKW AND KLKOANT BTYLEt Of DOl.'LLR
KICHIJ OA BIN'ICT OlIO ANS,
at tUO. Jlili and Jlznoneh. Consiilerln(t Capac
ity, I'.ieiranee, ami rnurouxii r;i:eiieiiee or
M orkmuilKhf n. tllOKe nro ihinni.i' 1 hull mi v lm.
fore olfered.
Tho MAXON a Vti II a hi ts' fh'nn nre nelrnowl.
eiljfi'd HEST. anil from cxtriiiiidliiai'.v liii'llith'S
lor uianuiucturu llN t;oinp:mv can nfronl. and
now undertake to sell ut uri,'.. uhli h ri.niti.r
tlium;
VSq,V KSTKJN A H L Y (MI H A I'EST.
FonrOntart) Orirnns fnn oueli: flv oeiarn nr.
Bins 1(M) ml upwunls. With three sen
reeds $1.10 and uinvaiUs. Forly utyKa, up u
Jl.'iWeucli.
New I lust rated CitMlotrno. ami Testimonial
Oiruiilnr, Willi oplnioiia ol'iiHiri'lhiui One Thou
sand MtiNioi.iiiH. sent free
M ASOM 4 1 1AM I, IN 'm!0 AN (')..
KM Tremont St., Knntiui. r.!i() liroudwav. N.Y.
-' - - . - 1 j
Cheap Farms! Free Homeis!
OS T1IK LINK OK Tll
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD.
A I.AXII I. RANT Or
12,000,000 ACEE3
IN THE HRST
FARMING! AHD MINE AL LARD3 AKFRIOA.
3,000,000
ACEES IN NiBEASKA
IN TIIK
GREAT PLATTE VALLEY,
GARDEN OFTHE WEST,
now ion s.ai:i
T'u'fn Unil" nro III thn iTiurnl jmrtlni; of t'
Unlli.il rttuti-H, on ilie 11 t ih'ciee of Nor'h I.aiiiuilo
tho cenlrnl line nftlio K'cit Teinprn-te Zone of tlie
Ainerhan t on l.mnt, anil for era In Kiowlni? nml
A'ork rullii)( uiinii w-8ol hv any in ilw Cniud
States.
i:lIEA1'KI IS VUIVK, more favor.ilile Icrnui
elvon, ami more mnveuimif to iniirkrt tlmii euii l
fuinul elaewlu-re.
FEEE HIMESTEAD3 P)R H:DAT. nrrfT,ER3.
Ihe Eest l ocation for Colonies.
SUlii-rs entiled to a I pun-nil of It'll ni'W.
I'rtMi 1'unHertto I'urehiiKerM of I.aiiil,
fiend fur the new ilcvrli:Ui' nm i .!!. n hli uvr
ini, iinblihhrd In K"L''lnli. fi. i nun, fwr il li mul
Danish, iiialli.il free i Vi r where
aildrvii' " V. IAVIS,
Liii'l ronnn ssioner, V, I'. It. If t'.i.
Oiiuihii Neb.
IOWA AND NKBHASKA
I-Dl! 8 ALE BV TUB
Earligoii & Mo. Elver B. B. Go.
MILLIONS OF ACRES
On Ten Years' Credit, at fS jinv ot. In-
No i nt of the . ri o p il clue f.r two yenrs
mid tlwnce only o,ie-.u..ili uu.i, iin.ll piVld in
full.
i'rodu W will l : i t fur land tind Inijjrove
moiiin within tholiini' m h s Keiii'roiH t ie .11.
Cy-iy Better t mi wero hew , o..uieiJ,nienot
now tind jro!i.ii-.lv never will I.e.
t lliCl.'I. A IS- eivlim full inrileuliir me nn
plied gru iu; liny wishing to iu luivolhi rs lo
nit' r te wuli thrni. ur in f'Oiii n i'iloii, .no
in v t ed to umI, luriili ilinv wnnt to illHtrilmle. .
Aniily to iEH. !. HAItniS. l.niul ( oinm'r.
rnr lowi I.:unN nl llmlinelon. Ioh.i.
And :erN hr iikn l.iinili nt Lincoln. Nel.
PORTABLE "'"FCUMTAiNS
$40, $50, $75, and $100.
GOOD, DUSABLS) AND CHEAP.
Shipped Beady for Use.
mani;k.cti;ki:i) i-,y
J. W. Chapman & Co., H.'iUson, Ind.
t.ysKNi) von cincrr..us.-&.
-'-." St-"-; z-iiyi-J
:i ..V:.f..---c-?
The Eest Paint in tho Wcrldl .
Pure White Hint Over One Hundred Dif
ferent HliHitim and Tint.
TliU pn'nt In ininli' of tho purnt ml inn' ilur iMh
nintiTlnl heretofore hm-iI l.y imliiler, omliliinl with
n I nrgv proairtlon nf Imlln I'.iilil.i r. whli h Im Iu iiii
CNlly iiniteil In Hnrh a nmnni-r iin lo form it .nioo'li,
kIomv, Ann, ilnmlilp, eliu.tii' mid lii'Hiil Ifnl l'nliii,
wh I'll lii.'i'iiiiu'S lii inly vrinentvil to Ihv nnbnlaiinv lo
which it ii applied.
IMJ'TliHie I'kIiiU nre prcpured renily for line, nnd
oi l tiy I ho gallon only.
RUBBER PAINT C3 Cleveland 0
RARE CHANCE FOR AGENTS!
Agent, wo will pur ou Sill per ucult In cnsli
If you will eiinnpe with un a I oiiee. l.verj tliliiK
furninhud, nnd lexpeusen piilil. AiliileHu V, A ,
E l.l.o & Co..l hiirlotlo. AiU h.
II OKffTS WantwI. Airoiitu iiinke more mop.
Herat work lor iu tlniu lit nn)lliiiir elcn.
HiinuieuM llKlit mid ik'iiiiiuiciiI : pnitleului'il
free. (j. Htinnon d- Co,, Aim Ail I'uUlthm-t,
I'orllHiid, Miiiue.
UA Pinno Co., New York Inr oIhiwJWO. No
I Ot Agi'nu. i'iihjii of pHt run lu 40 Htntei in
Llrcalar,
A
WITH COM. A It I'lN
AND NKCKTIK. Hum
Luno,itir N. II .
mr t
pie, im- J
SIENDID OPPERTDNITY.-Wunle 1. dunviuw.
em lor mi ntlrautlvu, rnjiiil-nelliiiitiuiil IiicIIk-
lonmiiiy imoiui iinporieii Atiein, tno nitist icpit
mule tlihiu evor offered to AKUiitc Adilremi
etli.tumu) W. J. HOKDWINE. 4Wl liiOiulwiiv
Now York,
III
REWARD
For uny cHsonf Ulltul, Ulee
ilinir, Iti'hlnir, (irUleeriiteil
I'IIiik that UK IIinoh rn.K
ItKMKnr lullHto euro. It Im
nreiiiireil exureHxIy (o euro
tho l'ilen, mid nothing ebe. Hold by nil drtiK
(tUU. I'rlcolt.
GREAT MKDICAL IIOtIK of nweliil
ICROwledeotonll. Sent froo for 8 ilnnipi-.
Addiem DrUON Al'ARTK CO.,filiielniiHtl,(.
OLD IRONAVANTED.
F winit tohnv. to ho dollveroil tit my ttore, lit
Znle.kl, even donorlptlou of
013 Cast ana wronsbt Iron!
Kor wliloh 1 will pny tliolilHliut mitrkut prleo
In
oabh oxa a-oonsi
(liither up your OLD IKON nnd hrliia It to
niyxtore. M. HII1IM-KV.
Aprllll4,m9-tf
'fi)IJ WORK lireniptly reciitod nt.th e

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