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Supplement.
jarDocorah Institute.—The at
tendance Is now 30 per cent, greater I
tlian a year ago. The winter term,
.18 weeks, opens Nov. 13.
Kcnemftcp This
/If Your Are Sick
If you are sick HOP Itin ERR will sure
ly Hid Nature In making you well again
wlieu nil fall*.
i* If you are comparatively well, but feel
•he need of a fcrund tonic and stimulant,
sever rest easy till you arc mads a new
belngtby the use of
HOPBTITERS.
If you are eostlvc or dyspeptic, or tiro
Buffering from any oth«r of the numerous
dlBcawe of the utomach or fcow#ln, It la
your own fault if you remain 111, for
HOP BITTERS
are a •overtlgn*reinedy in all suchlcom
platntM.
If you are wanting away with any form
I of Kldnoy disease, otop ti-mptlnif Deatb
this moment, and^urn for a cure to
HOP BITTERS.
tf you are Hick wlth'thnt terrible Slck
MM. Nervousness, you wtll find a "Balm
t& Qllead" In the use oj
HOP BITTERS.
If |you have rough, pimply or sallow
skin, bad breath, pains and aches, and
feel miserable generally, U« 1* BITTEltS
will give you fair skin, rich blood, the
tweetest breath, health and comfort.
in short, they cure ALL Diseases oft ho
Stomach, Bowels, Blood, Liver, XerveB,
Kidneys, etc., and
$500
will be paid for a case they will not euro
or hetp, or for anything impure er injur
ious found In them.
That poor, bed-rHlt'n, Invalid wife, sis
ter, mother flr daughter, can bo made
the picture of health by a few bottl-ia of
Hop llttere, costing but a trltle.
Will you let them suffer?
CLEANSE, PURIFY AND ENRCH THE
BLOOD WITH
HOP BITTERS. j.
Aadyou^wiu haw "sbiu^pay"
»lr
A MEW DISCOVERY.
WJW
I
HWI
yean we haws fortilifced the
toaiiTBfla of America Titfe aa excellent arti
ficial color for buUert to mcettorfoM that It
met
with |M|eaeMH everywhere mriftnc the
hlglurt wt oUy prises at »oUk lnteroetlonti
OaiiylMic
tTftil by patient aa£ sdentMe eheotlad re
Mrchwvfckrotmprorrdta pefnta. tad
Mow offer this new color aatte
bat in
(JUuorid.
It Will Mot Color th» Butwrmllte. It
Will Wet Turn KaicM. It la th
ItrontMti Prlghtwt am
OlfPttt Color I
tVAsd, whik prepaKPd lAoll, Is ioeoBapotaAl
ed that It Is ImpoMlble for It tu beoonte rtucld.
DTIKWAHI cf all Imitations. an* of all
other oil oolora, for they
mr*
lUble to
beeon
dead spoil tha tatter.
Uiweunol iret the "Inprawed" write is
to kmow where and how to (et (twUhaatextm
waua, unuuMM a ca, iu
weroeiiwliagaboct
thir»s— *oprlvatsfansareoasoaffeete4. Asa
llaaii
MMW
ui latttn ewe, Munrt
famSrto
IMtoanwttdeltStamps-
MM
te avk«t
MUtaoMw*
Is
•SH^L8S&^«»awam*Se».PhiU.P»
A DAILY EVENT.
lie Receipt Of Letters like The
lowing.
fol-
.,
COMMONWEALTH WIS
20, lb82.
JULY
Dr. PengcllyPlease send me one
more of your Zoa-Phora. The one
bottle I have used has done wondeis
I have been under doctors' fare
more or less for live years. Have
suffered from Iuiiamation, Ulcera
tion and Prolapsus Uteri, weakness
and heavy head, in fact felt worn out
not able to sit up. I am feeling just
plendid now, and shall continue
Zoa-Phora until cured.
Mas. N. W. HAMAR.
From Mrs. John Spitler, No. 28 Wilt
st„ Fort Wayne, Ind.:
I have been suffering for over 10
?lead,
rears with spasmodic pain in uiy
and general nervous debility.
I had u severe attack of pain in my
head two weeks ago, caused by
weakness and nervous exhaustion.
I really thought I should die. We
had Zoa-Phtira in the house, and my
husbaud said we would test it to th
uttermost. He gave it to me, accord
ing to direetions, for severe crises,
und in lesa than two hours, to hi
great satisfaction, I had what he
called immediate relief, and felt like
going to bleep. I advise all ladies
who suffer from nervous or sick
headache, or nny form of female
weakness, to use your Zou-Phcra,
for there is no medici»« to compare
with it
25,1882.1
Jersey ville, III., April
|J|\ Peugelly—Deal* Sir:—1 ami
two re than pleased with the effeetsl
of your Zoa-l'hora iu our tughter's|
case. I am surprised to see how she
has Improved. Hhe is gaining iu
weight and color her rves arei
steady, and the distress "'lu* i»utTeied
in her chest i* entirely gou*. I tirm
iy believe thai Zou-Ph»ra has tavedl
her life. I am williiw y'»u should
tine my letter, for I am no* afraid to
tell what a wonderful e n:- yoiji i.u-dl
ieitio i», and I would like all wtiol
suffer to try it.
Yours r«« |eeifiilly,
Mas, SABAM 11 2s "LPM-
ftltftll always •vm-'n1*
ly the good hear'
kas brought rav d.^ugiu*:.
Lew-8
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
Ctap.MiUjLPaalRailwaf
Trains arrives »s follows.
OOlNG WEST.
Passenger 11:07
Accommodation 2:40
Accommodation.. 6:10 a
GOING

If ,ou a e,Vln811
a miasmatic district, barricade your s.vs- kct."
tern against the acouiye of ail countries—
mnlaiial, «pldemlc, bilious, and Intermit.
ten^feTerfr—by the use of
BITTERS.
HOP
EAST.
Passenger B:48
Accommodation 0:55 a
Accommodation 11:50
L. T. WOODCOCK, Ag't
CrcHco, Iowa
Chicago A North-Western Railway.
iTlme of departure of ra.sgenger Trains
Madison, Wisconnln:
I Leave for Chicago and the Kast 1:27 a.
I
44
9:40 a.
iLeave for the Korth 4:oo p.
2:1H a.
A. G. BARKKR, Apent,
Madison, Wis.
MISCELLANEOUS LOCAL.
Wentworth & Nichols have the
iNobbiest store front in town.
Wentworth Bros, have put up
Ilarge, tasty sign over their shop
th0
"city
m'"'
Will Lont, was to the expense of
stuffing the editor with water melon
Ilast week. It only took one: it was
shipped from Wisconsin for that ex
press purpose. When we raise mel
Jons in Wis., for Iowa people we'll
|ship one car load to Will Lent.
Sunday School Concert.
,Tho Monthly Concert of the Con
Igregational Sunday School will be
held at their church next Sunday
evening at the ringing of the bell.
Admittance free.
v
8UffcrtDg
or|have
n i A tc* a a
II N. Brooks and A. B. Woodward
opened a Blacksmith and wag-
v83niayi |on shop on the south side of the
ICourt House square, with a compe
Itent corps of mechanics in encli de
partment. They will take pietism^
lin doing your work precisely as you
Iwant it and upon terms entirely
|isfaetory.
Rev. C. S. Pereival of this place is
Itlie author of a very neatly printed
book, from the press of W. W. Will
iams of Cleveland, Ohio, on the du
ties of Sponsorship in the Episcopal
church. The work has the endorse
ment of several of the Bishops of
the church, which shows that it is a
(work of merit in its line.
'Wide Awake" up and dressed Is
Iwhat the children exclaim on the
arrival each month of their favorite
magazine. Its enntunta or* u xiAn.
der to them its eost but a mere tri
lls to their parents only #2.50 for 12
months. D. Lothrop & Co., Boston,
lllass.
Report of school in sub-district
No. 3, New Oregon township, for
term commencing May 'i'Jth and
ending Sept. 19th 1882.
No. beys enrolled 14
girls
Whole No. 83
Average No. 28
Whole No. days attendance.. 1316.5
Daily average 17.5
Average standing of pupils fiom
final reviews very fair. Had no
regular examination because cf
small attendance. ELLIE
E.
MEAD,
Teacher
KlTThe St Louis Globe says: Mr,
Chas. Keis, No. 1611 Second Caron
delet avenue, this city, was cured Vy
St Jacobs Oil after sixteeu years sul
tcring with rheumatism.
The American Agriculturist for
October, shows marked improve
ment in every department. The
publishers offor remarkable prenii
ums to subscribers for 1883. Every
number is profusely illustrated with
useful and practical objecta in im
plemenU, buildings and stock. Its
exposure of humbugs is alone worth
its cost ($1.60 a year), if it contained
nothiug else. We will make a club
lor it this ill, and hope our friends
will aid us in doing so.
STiSZAS.
Te tha Bev. Dr. 5ortk. Into I'rtsideat of Raall
tea £tllt|f. X. Y., oa bl* Clghtixtli Birth
|»aj, Sept 7, ltiSS.
Mr KEV. C. A riKClTAL.
Patron, Instruct
nr. guide,
I Miiiik with gratctnl prltle
Of afl tii'iu \v.»m to iiif in 01 tiituidajns
\X tit n, tiom my tattlers tana
Attractetl l»y lUecliurtu
Of taaruiut 1 e sityeii u ioUsomt ways.
There, at "Old IliHiiUton,"
1 learned with Solomon
fhewej.rliteM. much stud\ tosenso—
'I lu re, u»o, with i lice to tlud
That, to the tlitiutfiuftil uiluL
The fruits o| study are a joy lutenK
It is of ttiee 1 claim
To wear u scholar s name,
OWMtssioned lu Hie rank* ul learalog's boat
And li un«or Ullv,
The lilanie ho 1 .tlieo
ffejr pan, and not uiy own, uiyouly boast.
And now in after life
When UJi* anj i"i s are afe.
Thy friendly word* Mill cheer h* on m}' wa
Aa precious t« me *Ull
As when, ou "Coiie-re Hill,"
Tha}' hrou-jhtine hope aud VirnktU lu life's
(yuiig day.
My oHtMul days are o'er, 1
While ou tliy brow fourscore
Hath set hi* garland, victor crou nli^ tUffe
Thai thou iv i. |jea his sjot'i,
O brave unit paUent soul,
Thanks be Uod who goetu victor})
80 near to Psradlsc
Thou emest to my eyes,
1 fain Invoke thee -alut, toluteroMftS
For me that I iuu\ «rfn
Freedom fitua luoriul sin,
Am faith, hope, streuKth, avjnting ^Vway
O Jo.'.: -so
NOOU
t«! x*e
Thv dear onej Halting th^s
wm r.it.tared evi tierore the iwuff gate,
StlUH' tlieui III lli uuuie,
Aud *ay 1 fonll cialiu
The i*) u
ot laem.
BUSINESS NOTICES.
BSTDeeorah Institute.—Day board
is furnished at actual cost. The Tn
ole is supplied with an abundance of
plain food, well cooked. The exact
cost per week, for the past two
weeks, is $1.4.1. Furnished room,
except bed clothes and.towels, about |Baumgartncrs.
37$ cts. per week.
Unhealthy Food.
iffWhat is one man's meat is an
other man's poison. 8omo of our
leading physicians say that pork is
unhealthy food—but,unless prejudi
ced, not one of them will inainuaU
that Swayne'a Ointment is not the
best remedy for Tetter, Ringworm,
Scald Head, Barber's Ituh. Piles Ery
sipelas and all Eruptions of the skin
Every druggist in the- land keeps
Swayne's Ointment. Try one box
and you will never be caught with-
out the remody in your family after
ward.
tSTThe proprietor of Elys'Cream
Balm do not claim it to be a curu-ull
but a snre remedy for Catarrh,
Colda In thn head arid Hay Fever.
Price DO cents. Apply into nostril
with littlo linger.
E3&~rf'ormentlng Things.-Of all
tormenting things, can there be
anything so excruciatingly torment
ing as a bad case of It .-hing Piles?
We know of none Mesh is heir to. As
this malady is quite frequent, wo
give the latest receipt for its cure,
taken from a prominent medical
ournal: Cover the parts affected on
going to bed with an article sold by
the name of Swayne's Ointment. We
heard so many speak of it that we
arc duty bound to give this advice.
tSTWith Diamond Dyes any lady
can get as good results as the best
practical dyer. Every dye waranted
true to name and sample.
C5?-persons recovering from wast
ing diseases* such as malaria, fevers I
etc., will be greatly bciiciiteu by the
use of Browu'S Iron Bitters, a true
tonic.
13T I cheerfully add my testimony
to the value of ElyV Cream Balm as
specific in the case of my sister,
ho has been seriously debilitated
Ith Catarrh for the p-ist eight years,
having tried ineffectually other rem
dies and several specialty doctors
in B« jirtn. She improved at once
under this discovery, and has gained
her health and hearing, which had
been considered incurable. Robert
W. Merrill, Secretary of the Phoenix,
Manufacturing Co., Grand Rapids,
Mich.
nT"Mens good business suits for
only $2.75.
WENTWORTH
Every one Is invited to examine!
tlie unrivaltd stock of new Dressl
Goods», Hosiery, Gloves, Laces,
Cloaking-, Dolmans, Boots, Shoes,|
Flannels &e., at James Morgan's Mil
waukee, "The Leading House."
Prof. Sumner of Yale college: I
look to see the agricultural popula
tion of this couutry rise uud demol
isli the system of taxation which
takes away from them the fruits of
from the bounty of nature. Thrir
attention has bccu too long diverted
from their real iuterosts to political
qnestioi.s of 110 monuMit. They will
no longer u^e their political power
to send men to congress who will
squander the public money with one
hand, while ineieatsing tuxes vith
the other.
flQVcJ
TradaMark
TEARS
IOAT
I
(LUNI
iMBt
I Pork.
Li
A valunlW Dtooovery end N«r Derartur" lo Mvxl-
C'IIKfor
.lr
8cl*ao«. A ftrmady f0
tad
ONTHR
r«|lor»blv
wmkn*
V-
.Ittn^ (rvm in li»p_r»^t
,r *ic«j)3ei la yautli or nt j.r if Uh»—tr «nlir
tru« way, via: X)ir«ct Avih».8'iou betiox 'ji
rvUoo, «aa oxertiitf.its is^i-tro lcflu-»oe» on Ca«
(Orvtlou, «aa oiertm*
FMICIM. Duct*, and Gland, that aro uasi-lo to
forrv ts»ii tikiaral
fuactliu*««aUJ
thl* lt»r»«- p»r
tb» human organiain. Th« on of tba Paatlua
lfttt«sd«(l Wita ao pain
IT
l/orar*
T) idle Ju re 1 VtK.
Tlie li'iiw is mil l', us thiue
O hi- «'d hope divlU'1!--
ftf-ftac li tli.a land where Ul the salftUy dwell,
'nil fhiHdy oh thai short
W e meet Ui part uo aioi e,
Kind friend, Instructor, guide, luOlaadftHreveUt
ereitco, towa.
HTTh«« lift-ion tili.hc brings this
Ksij., this
-uy, was cutvd of ihcuiuuti.-m by St
Oil.
lnouOTeaUnM. wa
ihont'ty
Vm 1/ Hfixr
a#N(Ml.
OCH^S
fei.t later lore with t&« ordinary puraulU of Ufa U if
Ualnkiy dlawlfad and aooa abaorbod, Droduiln* aa
uiiuicaikiti aoothlns aad r-»tcr»tl*a eSrct upoa U«
•Mnruua onaola»Uoaa if rocked fntaa «tolaoa
weeaaaa. eto
mf
ttombv
MIU tha drain from t&N i itMB,
^..5 toBMlth and sound memor,,r*moT~
lag UM^intneM of Sight, Ccafwstoa of Idaaa
Avsnlon to Soclaty, «to., etc.. aad tha app«arMc«
pt prematura old aa* usually Mcompaarlac thla
Ironblo. aa4 fMtorlac tha *IUd fwrcea, «ba«« thayl
but baaadormaat for y»ara. Tbla inoda of twat-1
inaut baa atood tba Uat lu wrf »»»i* oaar». and la I
uacod aucctta. lru*a ar«t«o uuco pro-1
aad. aa may eaa b*vwtt» I
any ixnaiiwtuod. intra I
1 rNi«nUoa. P*actlc*t ob-1
to itoaitlvMly nutrtntM that UI
itMvl uaal
of toattr
gMOlala frani paUmtt*. a% to lu valuo. nad it ia now
0ofia#4w) to tM lit) mnt mUoniM
ino« a prouoaooM
IUCCM
aerlbad to tbla trouble, aad. aa may
aaaa to.
with but little If any yanaa—
at
la aoaoaaaaaa about tbto rr«)iar*»loo.
aarrutlon auabiaa aa to ruaithr»ly tfuara
till
gt'o
MtlafacUtm. It haa bvoa In nt
'0r itveril fttn %nd vtt uf
BMAII*
y«'t 'li*-
unrnrii for raacinn^' «o1 ruunu Otia *«r' |.i««-.:ot
trouble, that ta w»ll kno* i' U iw» tUi cauw
ot
untultl
•iaary toao maoy.aal »i«.u «U. quttckti prsy with
their uaolaM aoetru'ui «ud bt» f^ca. 11«
la Pat tall Auat ibiwiaiM No
o lut a moBlb.lliea.
S? No. H. imtt. int to» par-
•aoeat cure, uoleas i. •u»fr» tsaaea,j ft Wo. a.
HaMiu over tbnr momba. will re«tw»IM»ui tsa
aor»toooiUtion,' S7 tv ut4»y tc il.lnulaiawranpara.
fall nntXOfwMS for u iuj will occca»yaay
Lad^rfMrm FawyfcA
tola |rlaa
Anmtinmirat
aad THfiwtaa, »W*
tk«
*»*U «a«iaw|
MM! mhmptitmHHmt
I
aforrtl to per/rel
Uwycaa I* r«u I
health,
«H1the vital
«"«J
MeUM
OlM tlt
THE PLAIN DEALER
BUSINESS NOTICES.
For burgains in boyts clothing cull
at Zundclowitz.
to John I. Sturgis, for Salt
do
S3T15 lbs of Choice Prunes at
t^TYou can buy a No* i wool suit I
worth $15.00, vest lletnpr sllghty
damaged, for $7.00, at Zundclowitz.
£2TWeiitworth & Nichols are of-1
fering bargains In Clothing for the
next 20 days.
t"£" £/"Go to Dr. Prices for
Hixtl) CAGES
a new stock just received at lowest I
figures. 22tf
"Zundclowitz has the nobbiest
and largest lino of Clothing in town
|and prices right down to bed rock.
S3?"A good pair of men's pantsI
worth $:{.00, for $1.25, nt Zundclowitz
EfJTLndies when in town, call andl
examine Zundclowitz new stock ofl
(cashmeres, silks and notions, Jubt|
|rccieved from New York.
OF'You can buy an 8 ounce duekl
Overall, for 50c at A. Zundclowitz.
fcaritemember this, and don't youl
[forget It that Zundclowitz still has|
a small quantity of damaged Cloth
ing which he offers nt 50 cents on I
the dollar of flrbt cost. Call beforel
it is ull gone.
••Biichapalha"'
n^Quiek, compute cure, all annoy
ing Kidney, Bladder and Uiinary
Diseascs. $1. Druggists. 43t47.
£9TThe latest styl-'f? of prints 5
cents a yard at Zundclowitz.
"Rough on Itals."
IST'Clears out rats, mice, roaches,
flics, ants, bed-hugs, skunks, chip
munks. gophers. 15c. Druggists.
4:i 47.
tSTXew Goods on Every Train for I
R. S. (.'award Sc Co.
CSTNow i.s the time to eave man
ley. A. Zundclowitz Just returned
from tht* East with a large line ofl
Dry-Goods, and Fancy Goods, which
|he offers at decided bargains.
£3^"*For a No. 1.50 ccnt Corset call I
|at A. Zundclowitz.
"Sklnney Man."
:5/-"Wells' Health Renewer" restores
health and vigor, cures Dyspepsia,)
Impotence, Sexual Debility. $1.
1
&
43 47.
NICHOLS.
Farmers Attention.
I# Th e Crcseo Flax Mills will
soon be in operation and shall need
all the Flax Straw in Howard and
Winuesheik counties. Farmers who
secure their Flax Straw wii' be well
aid by hauling it to my mills. Also
those having old straw which is dry,
ill be worth as much to me.
51t2 LAWRENCE Swr.xsow
tyMothers of ailing daughters
should look well to the cause. Per
haps they need the strengthening!
and regulating inlluence of Zoa-Pho
ra. The effect of delay may be life
long suffering.
IW25 doz. pair Ladies Hose for
lOcts pair, worth 20, at B. 8. Cuward
& Co's.
QTLndics in want of Dry Goods* I
will find it to their interest to exam
ine A. Zundclowitz stock before buy-1
ing elsewhere.
tfTThe pnrtty and eleffant imr
Ifume of Parker's Hair Balsam ex
plain the popularity of this reliable
(restorative. sept.
For X(tfr.
t»'In countries where malaria is I Evaporators complete. A quantity
prevalent, or where the climate is»|
ubject to sudden changes—should
be found iu every Uottse Brown'*|
Iron Bitters.
^"Before you buy your clothing|
be sure to call on \V & N.
9
HARRIS REMEDY CO. MTU. UM\SO.
Msrlut sad ttl» Ws. S i LOU 19. Ma
Uneollcltad taatimony to tho Irflene* ofl
Prof. Marrla* Faatillaa, tvkui. rrom Let
ters rtotl««d from Pa»Q"»l
ladUan, April II 'Tit
favtly. fattdwtiU..j i:
it. U' ru««j it worklra per
iUw» f-if»rea.ti-uat.
!o«. Ot lHh, I kin altn.*t »iwpriamt ul sou*
FnotiUao. llii'#Uavtwork»a lik.ailiwaouaw I tun
iu»t iwn e ki much ut IU..U I »h» twfur. lakitMl'
•as on tha v»r*eof tti. ^rtk»o, I end
a» outa tor ma. hut IHK I au Ingund hat^E lui 1( ci
Virginia, At k If, -1 m»l*»d your m»4l
ciu« Kail I bfUfT* ii I:k» .-urwl iu-. fyt wtik'U I »IU wry
tha'jHal. laclueed fiiiJ t'' 1 hum ud i'i.'thM
U* No
,'Jj for u 1 J. V. u h»v grout
for ok.-. 1 ulll ml '.,| it».""-t-",«n»oaca.
I
From a Ph»a.c.an and Curseon.
.tuau 'X l'l^»..*» forward iv.t nil'.tUt-.
Iwi
•if the fuaiillva. '1 Wt' t' .-t- nt -i wh-ui b« a uturt
,'*ost uf -titf Ixit. .a a ti l- •.•iu: 1- '*.» i» Iw«
1 11 hii'k Ul biiii *41 ri^ut,
"from a Orug:glat
U^riUnd. 8»|« i .!• we »..» .Ox»* rt
yr&qr (»r vao u(i ib cu6luwi"r®, ftiitl 11 istu* u*ts*W
m^rtrp.i %yUim. V*« hnvn UQW
JiiNHS
One Victor Cane Mill, with two I
of dry Wood, near Poreston Mill,
and several timber lots also several
Horses.
their ipdustvy, and which robs thcml Thompson & Johnson llroa. in fuii|
of the products# which they rcceivel
M. B.
ORESOO, IOWA, THTJE SIDA"3r, SEPTEMBER 28,1882.
DOULITTU:.
9b
Kent.
Rooms suitable for persons attend-1
ing school in Crcseo.
M. B.
CSTFine gold banded china atl
st
»tg or i,y the single piece.
fc%'-If you want Yarns you will I
ftn»I stacks of them at K. 8. Cawardl
& Co's.
C^"Lo8r
of hair and prayness,!
which often mr.r the prettiest face,!
are prevented by Parker's Hair llai-1
tarn. si-pt.
[ft} "Zutulelowit^ has .sonic more ofl
that tl.ima^cl ««lothinpr which he villi
sell at your own prifo-—almost-tol
make room for the new stock justl
coming in, just step in aud look at it
It will pay ypu 400 per cent—if yoi»|
puivliase of it.
22T"A Delicious Appetizer, that en
auros ilij»t'«tion ami enjoyment ofl
food a tonic that brings strength tol
the weak and rest to the nervous a|
harmless diarrhoea cure that don'tl
constipate—-juot what every family
needs—Parker's* Ginger Tonic, sept.
t5?~New goods just received, andl
the biggest stock of everything ofl
uny house iu the county. It will payl
purchasers to see their goods audi
^'et prices from Thompson & ^bha«[
n Bros.
S. Caward t& Co. have a|
line display of Dress Goods,
#*Dvdinans and Cloaks of alii
(jualities and prices at Thompson &\
Johnsou Bros.
tiTFlunels in immense qaantitiatl
at It. S. Caward & Co's.
CyA big stock of Clothing in suitt I
or by the piece, also over coats!
enough for every man to havts one &s|
hompson & Johnson Bros.
fc. Caward 4k Co., keep thel
trgesf stock of Dress Trimming in|
town.
^"Persons indebted to G. W.l
Combs & Co., will find their accounts!
at the me.it market with \\ill Went-f
worth who is authorized to receipt I
hills. We trust those indebted Willi
1 e as prompt as possible iu nuikingj
their paymeuts.
Crcseo Iowu, August 28th, 1«H2.
•18t4.
G. \V.
GUNS
*J
THAN
I VIkT KIITO
Of
CUAPKl
J'uo!i vol»,.r«, Amrau*|.
UOD, Fishinc Tntckli., H*ines, Met*.
K.nlvos. Rutore, 8UaU»s,
aamtnir«, etc.
TUastrut^d Cntnloyan
GREAT WESTERN GUN W0RK&
PITTHBVROB,
PA.
AGENTS
WAIlTjID! Ladict and Gentlemen, to eniraea
Clrouiarm KKEE. Addfen,
•ewltt MaJiuUct'y Co.. Baa Mis, Plttobargli, Piu
A NEW CURB FOR
POTATO RUGS
MW AIL TROUBLESOME VERMH
Ssmple Pocksge, Poet
MIJ
I
w «». AOfcNtu
WANTED.
Adit**,
Juhnatnn, PttMwfl, Pa.
IfSICAt INSTRUMENTS
HULLt CO.. Box 868. IMiteSnrgh, Vk
I'iMIY*! tfl i'JUk-HertsTT.
HAIR BALSAM.
.v'
U
8V.
)w:it
io?'"*
l!®,
S. Caward & Co. are giving!)
low prices on Cotton Goods and Ta
1I« .iuauA
tSTDon't forget to call at A.Zundclo
witz store before vntt buy and learu
prices on Men's and Boys clothing.
T-'ci-rrcil by j|.
kiv^»v,
wh )1i.-»vau-?cdit,t.j.iiiy
I -'.* i'.'r ir article, on .%c
1
cf hi
Hsu!
DOOLITTLE.
CHTMrs. J. G. Heth next door northl
of the City bakery will always kecpl
on hand a suitable and seasonably!
assortment of Ladies Ready Madel
Clothing of all kiutls. She respect-1
fully asks au examination of good®!
and* prices. Agency for L. L. Goul||
& Co's Laces and Trimmings. Kcm
nants a specialty. 48t4.
A*
COMBS
Co,
tiV'Butter and Eggs wanted, audi
high prices pah! in easli at TUouijp»|
sou & Johnson Bros.
•/"Every truth has two sides
look at both before committing!
yourself to either." Kidney-\Voit|
hallenges the closest scrutiny of itgl
ingredients and its grund results. Itl
has noiiiing to fear from truth.I
Doctors may dUugive as to the bestl
methods ami remedies, for the enrol
of constipation ahd d^ordercd liver!
and kidneys. But
IIOBO
I
nr™
ta". -1'j
\-I*,-..'.TV* W-ws It CO'.tnnl l.i.M 7* .!
V," 'f-2 v.-y Crl/ that Mi bar.'
an-aNv.-yi
RejtofMtha Youthful Cslcrts Grey crFadtd Hair
r*» Hair n fr.-.t* perfumed and ij
•irra:.'!f to prevent Cliini* of ha:r and i..
Mt'n
U.V.: OI'IIisciiir.
.SCJX &
O K.Y.
s iJ $! ilf.'i. dtat.Ti In (t^'J c,' *. ,-Vi
PAllSiiWS
A K»s!th jpd Strength Ruiorcr.
it
*tc air" i r.t f.r.r.cr, wem cut with
*-r a Tr.atf.ee
r.
by feiu!y or oete
VJ
*ry
FAFXCK'SmF'o»a
.. -IUE* 1 ONIC.
yM *.- a 1 .v ycr, ir. !.:•(.*
or
K: 'n'yCoriplAirts, or any di»o: Jcrofti.eliingj,
FTOIO. C.I TV)WFU, BLJO
or tifrvrv
±0..r
P*I
Krn's
1:IKCit*
v.i If ureyou. IttlicOreutc&t Puiifier
teA tl 3 Sett ai4 Surnt Ciugh Cui-t Cvtr UmI.
y. ate wi*iinr away Cnm ajje,, diasipation or
any w c::secr wc^k.iessa»J t'tjijiie aHimulanttake
C-R C. I'ONX
"nee it will invigorate and buiid
i.p from t!i« fi it dose but wi!i i.ever intoaicate.
this saved hundreds of fcvej it nny aave yotirs.
CA, !1"N U XitutM. pKrWrV Olr «rT«lrU
e.« U.1 a! n nu in t'. wrrU.wi^liMttnly
••f-Mn "iritu .1, of ,-iccr*: n-. fir Circuit te
i fc*. a $t
KM,atDH^«V«
In 4rw«.
.K*T SAV1NU KTFYINO DOLIAR SIZE.
I 'I a 1 h. ma thia
-''.i.' fv.iur, there
la -'...Uiiim
irr.i«i
ct-on
^e it. lii.M»
h.«vuiE Fumum
Tw» C0L1X.KI l»k for aisnanue of
-JdiSoc#
tVk fc.tJjf!
Restaurant, Billiards,
|Willi good ativl i{«-fr»-,Htn«-ntK atwavs
AT
EEH
SERFLINGfS,
(illAXtir.lI, M1XN.
Court pi,us tiiwl 1
».
iviluti. ntlu"Wo thtf want* ot
.1.1 •!-$
At
that have!
used kidney woit. agree that it ta byl
far thu best medicine known. its|
action 1» prompt, thorough and last
ing.
IMMENSE STOCK
TUTT'S
PILLS
8YMPTOMS OP A
TORPID LIVER.
I«MHead,
of Appetite, Bowela ooatlve. Paia In
the with dhtll aonaation in tha
part, Fain under the Shonldetf
blade, fullnesa after uatlag, with di«ia«
511 nation to exertion of oodir or mind*
Irritability of temper. Low spirit*, with
a feeling of having neglected some duty.
Wearlneta, Oissiness, Flutteriog at tho
Heart, Dota before the ey«
Headache generally over
Beatleaaneas, with fltfUl
oolored Urins, and
x'lucMruag st tao
ejrM. Yellow Skin,
yer the right ejre.
Ail dreams, hicolx
CONSTIPATION.
TL"1"1"8 PILLS
are eapeetally adapted to
each caeee, one doee encti inck obance
or feeling na to aatoniah the anffierer.
They lywtw UirAMeNta, and cauae tb«
bodv to Tijlie Ma tlvah, thua the iyet«m la
wwwrtafcedyand by tliclr TealeAaNM on tba
•NBMUT*Onaaa •MralMr Madtanpro'
dnced. Price wntf. A Barray *. T.
TU1TS HAIR
ORAVIIAIR•IntlxapplloaMonoftuaDYE
Baris
DTB.
OR
Wmntm
CT
BLACK
by a
chancad teaOLoeav*
a natural color, acta Inst
y Druffgtata, or aeat by Mprt
ARD
or all kinds fer sale vory cheap,
Catalogues free. A!in««. ril^
•VTICB,as
Cwai
Ittra-
natantaaeoualy. Sold
eapreea on reeelpt of «|,
atMiT n„ mew
THE BEST REMEDY
FOB
Disease! of f&e Tliroat ait Linn,
AYE
In
CHERRY
busir.es* man «r
fiymen:. .tra.nori.iviou^cires, i! not take
i:::HttMT.u .»ntf,biit j?c r.itker's (lingerTonic
If have eti»u«s-tion, Dj-spepat.t, Kheuina-
leases of the ftiU
4titanv inouar.v organs n Hafef
anil reliable remedy 14
Invaluable.
AYEII'3
CnF.RUV pECTORAt. i
such a remedy, ntul no
othersoeuiincntly mer
its tlio confidence of
the public. It is a soi
etitinc rombiuation of
the medicinal priu«i
ples and curative vir
tues of the tlncst drug!*,
chemically united, of
such power as to iu»uro
the greatest poHHiltln
efiielemy and unifurtn.
I^PY'TARflT ity of results. Itatrikes
1-v'1viara4i» at
the fottnd»tiou of all
pulmonary disease*, affording prompt relief
and rapid cures, uud is adapted to patients of
any or either sex. Being very ]alatable,
the youngest children take it readily. In
ordiuarv Coughs, Colds, Sore Tliroat,
Bronchitis, InduenKa, Clergyman's
Sore Throat, Asthma, Croup, and Ca
tarrh, the effects of
AYEU'S CHKKHY
PEC-
TOHAI. are magical, and lnultitudes are an
nually preserved from serious illness by its
timely and faithful use. It should be icept
at hand in every household for tlw pro
tection it affords in sudden attacks. Ia
Whooping-cough aud Consumption
thero is no other remedy so efficacious,
oothing, and helpful.
Low prices are inducements to try some of
the many mixtures, or syrups, made of cheap
and ineffective ingredients, uow ottered,
which, as they contain no curative qualities,
can afford only teuinorar» relief, and aro
sure to deceive and disappoint the patient.
Diseases of the throat and lungs demand
active and effective treatment aud it is dan
gerous experimenting with uuknowu and
cheap medicines, from the great liability that
these diseases may, while so trilled with,
become deeply seated or iucurable. Use
AYI:H S Ciiicuitr PICTOHAL, and you may
•ontldeMly cxpect the best results. It is a
standard medical preparation, of known and
acknowledged curative power, and is as
cheap us JUS careful preparation and tiae
Ingredients will allow. Eminent physicians,
knowing its composition, prescribe it in their
moaary complaiuts not already beyond tho
reach of humau aid.
Prepared by Dr. «J. C. Ayer lb Co.,
practical and Analytical Chemist*
Lowell. Mass.
SOLD BY AU. OHUAUITTS IVSBTWSAAA,
-OF-
New Goods Just Received
-AT-
uxxrabO'wmm*
Itu ltidiag every
thing new and desirable in
DI5Y GOODS,
O lira-
BOOTS SHOES,
Hats,Caps, Gents Faraisliing Goods.
Our ^pace is too limited to enumerate articles, !«ut call and ex
amine ihe Finest and Ckeapest stock ever brought to Howard
unity.
We would call particular 'attention to our immense stock of
Black and Civiui. colored Spanish and Silk Laces and Embroid
eries which is lttui larger than we have ever shown before, and
as usual \fe guarantee our prices lower than ntiv House in the
City, for w© buy direct froiu the mKtifaetoren and buy for eaah
onlv.
A word alKHit our Clotiiing Department. Having the largest.
Clothing House in this section of country, the iuimen^e t]uaati
ties of goods we purchase, and ior cash onlv enables us to nmler
scli ull dealers in our line. %VK UE('Ot»NlZE NO COMPE
TITIt N. We can sell go«Ki u- low any hoiis-e in tlo.s section,
can jmr ha^ethcui (froin tir.^t hands »r manufttcturers as thev say.)
Scoiiiff is ]ielievlng:|
So come and
ZU.XDMTOZ,
9
E
PHILADELPHIA. Cltiihing Store.
K. li rnrciiaseiB visiting Civscoduring litis wasoti will reap
nilviytitHge by examining our rfwk.
"•"•WtTN—•
WIRE
1AU2
OVEN
OOR
Lr your set#.*
Wt Stud it lie
For tho Largest and Finest stock of goods ever
In Cresco.
j®"Reinber this, we have tho goods and shall
sell them as low as can bo bought in Howard
County.
BTYou need not ran all over town to buy II
worth of good ,for we keep a complete stock of
DRY GOODS,
MOTIONS,
MILLINERY,
FANCY GROCERIES,
CROCKERY,
GLASS WARE,
At prices that can not be beaten*
FANCY GOODS,
STAPLE, and
WOODEN WARE,
BOOTS, SHOES
HATS, CAPS, GLOVES, YARNS, CLOTHING,
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS,
BOOKS, STATIONERY &e.
Yours Truly,
II. S. CAWiKD & Co.
FALL SUPPLIES.
Road our list and see our goods, at
We Have tho most desirable stock of
TJKriiU0D5
Brett* Good ft, rianntfn, Print*, Table E,t*en*9 Camp
brlcn, MVMte Gooi», Crmkes, Shirt nips, JUemin^
CottonaUen, Towels, Hosiery, Gtore *, Corset*,
ISibbOH*, Emre* and Mmbroiderieu ot ait kinds,
And CLOAKS ever shown in the County, embracing th*
laid. Sljb ul it ill Very lmst Fricts.
Our new stock of
Butt ftriiii {nil
la absolutely complete.
Our stock of
BOOTS AMI SHOES
II
Contains a full
MImwhatul
to of Ladles.
'hlUlrvaa
iluo sh0"s fnm lluift A smttli, and t'.ia No.th smr
comyaiif ca.toia nia lt- Ituc^tatidiM
Ulovts uud .MHHuis u full a^soRtu^dt.
ISO Overconts,
Good quality and low prices.
No Muu should fail to see our
OLOTU IT Gh
HATS, CAPS and Furnishing Goods*
The largest line of
TRUNKS AND VALISES
Ever iu the City now on oxhibl*
tion in our store rooms, be sure and sM
UMMUshown
before buying elsewhere.
Ko Lady should fail to see om}
DRESS GOQDSl
oi'U NOTION depmiiiiiiaitelMll'
the elicapt st in town.
We ace always supplied with
Groceries, Crockery, Glassware, foedenware k
Call in ami see us before you buy and get our prices. BUTTEB
and EGGS Ukcii in exeluiiige at highest market piice, also CASH
I'AID FOll BCTTElt AND EGGS.
For the past liberal patrouage of the public we return sincere
tluvnks, aud trust that with our increased facilities and more core*
piete stock our friendly relations will coutinue.
THOMPSON & JOHNSON BROS.
mfmember the VInee First Door .Vwf* of KimbaM
farnswvrth's Mmnk.
PERFECTION
Is ROASTING asJ BAKING U onfy attatMd by using
HARTE3
=OAK^
STOVES
And RANGES
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