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An Efficient Remedy
th all cn** of Bronchial :tnl Piilmo
•tery AffW-tion* i, Avkk's iimicv
pRi'TOKAL* A* Mlcli K i* hTOLMli/nl uik|
prc«eriliMl by the medical xtil
many of 'atiiilu-. for ll»«:
Cvaluablethousand*
i*t fortr year*, it lw« been regard) 1 a« an
household remedy. It i* a
preparation that only requires" fo In- takm
n very Miinll qinmtitiev. and n few »|o*«
Of it admini-dercl in IIm- earlv Matre* of a
eoll or cough w ill effect a s|*edv cure,
and may. verv |o-siM\. t»ave lift*. Then
is do doubt whatever that
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Ila* preserved tho lives of {Treat min»lrrs
of penioiw, l»y anv«tin tin- 1«
*elopnient of
Will
In Hronchlti*, Pneumonia,
ami Pulmonary Consumption, itn«l bv
the cure of tlio*i- il:itiL'toiin maladies. ft
•faoMld In- kept ready for iim in every
family where there nro children. a*, it is a
medicine far Mi|»erior to all other* in the
treatment of Croup, the alleviation of
Whooping Cough, and the cure off'ol«l*
and Influenza, ailments peculiarly inci
dental to childhood and vniifh. Prompti
tvdc in dealing with all* diseases of llii*
rlas* is of the utmost importance. The
lo** of a *|q^Io tlay may. in many raw*,
entail fatal eonsequences. |o not wa«fe
precious time in experimenting with
medicines of tknl»f ful efficacy, while the
fen lad v is constantly wining a deeper
hold, but take at once the speediest and
Bout certain to cure,
Ayer'* Cherry Pectoral,
PREPAREb HY
nab 4* c. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mm,
Sold by all Druggists,
GO TO
-FOR
Heavy and Sliclf
HARDWARE.
Wagon Stock,
Italy lib Bum Wheels
Fence Wire,
-ZR01Vr
TIN-WAKE.
STOVES,
-C 0 A L-
LOMAS Bros.
flUH0H80ftR00K8
DEALER IK'
WOOt) AND IRON
PUMPS,
WINDMILLS,
Ira Pipit ml fittngs.
Will nlwflv*keep
tlie
and Will
be«t in his line of goods
ell
e» thar purchaser as
self can
live.
well as my­
Bepairing Pumps of all Kinds
Promptly
attended to.
All
work
warranted.
Having Juvt put In a set of
Fairbanks Standard Hay Scales,
give accurate we .Mm*
of all articles
fanners or others may d*slre
that
to
have w lghed.
First door west of Caward's uroccry la
Cru-co, low*. .vtT
PRICE'S
DRUG STORE,
Headquarters for
PFIIE D1IFOS
STATIONERY,
LAMPS,
NOTIONS,
a Complete Stock of
CURTAINS AND FIXTURES,
PAINTS AND OILS
WHITE LEAD,
GLASS AND PUTTY.
Mixed', Paints,
——Of All Kinds****
W*S P*eM
PRESCRIPTIONS Carefully Com
pounded Day or Night. [24
THE LI VCR MUST BR M10HD
Wfl coMiiinnottncLiv«r, uunm
iBnation,Bit.oarnoiia, Juunri iae, Hcadarhr.
Malaria,
•inatUm Mora result fr»m an t'nhralthy
than any othercau*«, Br RanfordVt.l*i-r
rRqpiliiwi the
Bowel*, rartfl.-atba Rood,
PLA1X PKALEK
THURSDAY MARCH 18,1880.
~H,aiLROAO TIME TABLE.
Clicaio, Mil. &St. Pail Ballwaj
Train* arrives *s folio wa.
(HrfXO WEST.
Passenger
Paasenger
Accommodation
Accommodation........
12:23
2:40 tt. tn
2:10
,. 7:28 a til
GOING EAST
Passenger
Passenger 11:42 p. in
Accommodation 2:10 j»
Accommodation 1:38 a. in
3:35 tn
L. I. WOODCOCK, Ag»i
Cresco, iowu
Plain Dealer
In
W. H. Rice, of Nebraska, waa
town the early part of the week.
The
and Demorest*
Monthly Magazine, both one year
for $2. 50.
H. E. Curtis, of Plainview, Minn,
an old time resident of New Oregon
was in town Tuesday and WcUnw
day.
Andy M*Andrew tried to stand on
hii? eyebrow St. ratri«*U'-) day. Muy
or Piatt relieved hid perilous i'eat
Expense a boat ?17.U0.
M. Halvoraoti, e«litor of the Enter
prise, Albert Lea, Minn., on hi* way
to New Orleans, stopped offiu Cres
co, on Monday afternoon.
N. B. Wheeler discovered an En
glish Sparrow in Hit- trees of Court
House square, Tuesday morning
This we believe is the first one ever
seen in this sectioa of snow.
The Waterloo (Wis.) Democrat has
completed its first year, and starts
for the next round with renewed
hope, strength and courage, that we
are gratified to note.
Grace
CHrRCH.—A full ehorat serv­
ice will be held on Sunday next at
7 p. tn. Anthem, "Lord for thy ten
der mercies sake," Farnint arid oth
er solos will be sung. All cordially
invited.
Perry Engle. one of Ihe forcible
political writers of the State, has
closed his connection with the New
ton Herald, and the paper uuder its
new management is to take the name
of "Iowa National."
L. L. Armstrong, a stock buyer
and dealer of Ridgewny, and A.
Klenke, of Deeorah, wholesale d» aler
in cigars, were in town with L.
Nelson this week, all making a so
cial and friendly call on the
Plain
Dealer.
L. F. Nelson of the Internal reve
nue service was in town on Tuesday
in the interest of the public service,
failing to find anyti ing wronsrproba
bly owing to the fact that spite and
falsehood i-arae in where christauity
ought to hae been silent.
When the blood is leaded with im
purities, and moves sluggishly in hi»
veins, an alterative is needed. Thi.«
condition of the vital fluid cannot
last long without serious results.
There is nothing better than Ayer's
Harsnparilla to purify the blood, and
Impart energy to the system.
The Parish meeting, Wednesday
night, at Grace Church, expressed
itself unanimous in favor of con
tinuing Mr. Hope as Lay Reader, at
the annual salary agreed upon by
the Vestry. The offerties of the
Church since he came have been
$53.88, against $23 for tbe year of his
piedecessor.
The School Board has secured the
services of Prof. E. G. Coolev, h*
principal of the public school of
Cresco, for the ens ling three years,
at a salary of *1,H0 for the first year
and at $1,200 for each y^ar thereaf
ter. The school under his manage
men will have such a season of pros
perity as it has not had for years.
Married.—At
tbe residence of the
bride'j parents, Rock Rapids, Iowa,
Iowa, Tuesday, March 9, 1880, at
7:30 a. m.
At home, Busti, Iowa, Wednesday
eveuing, March 10. The mail from
tbe west brought us a message of
the above import Thursday after
noon. An examination of the side
pockets of the wedding curd said,
J. G. Roblson, Mary E. Smith.
Many congratulations to Mr. and
Mrs. Robisou.
The venerable parents of John R.
Oakley of Lawler, passed away with
in fourteeu days oil each other. The
Chickasaw Cotfbty Democrat of the
12th, says of them:
Died in Lawler on Sunday morn
ing, March 7th 1886, Mrs. Susan
Oakley, 82 years of age, and on the
8th she was buried by the side of her
husband, Abraham Oakley, who de
parted Just two weeks" preceding
her, after sojourning together as
man and wife, C3 years. Mrs. Oak
ley was born in New Haven, Vt., in
tbe year 1805, was married to Abra
ham Oakley in 1824, and although
they lived together an almost uuus
uai length of time, yet they followed
each other after the short space of
fourteen days.
Spring is preparing herself with
balmy air and sunshine, so Kimball
& Cole are preparing to make it
profitable lor all who want the most
and best goods for the least money
to come and purchase their soring
millinery of them. Reduction of ex
penses in our new location will en
able us to make prices very low. We
want all our customers to know that
the popular millinery store 3 doors
north of the postofliee is carrying
the largest and best line of Hue kid
gloves ever offered in Cresco all!
shades and eolors in sizes to suit
all customers. The be»t goods for
the least money. Come and see and
examine for yourselves. We will
heerfully show any goods whether
you purchase or not. Remember
the place, 3 doors north of the post
office. 21tf
Kimball
The Messrs. Evered had on exhi
bition on Market street Wednesday
morning the Harden File Extin
guishing Hand Grennde. A lot of
dry lumber saturated with kerosene
supplied the combustibles for the
test. After the flames were raging
through the mass and coursing their
way upward, a grenade was thrown
into the crackling, burning, seething
mass of flume and broken, its effect
being to almost instautly extinguish
the fire. After a fresh application
of kerosene tho mass was again ig
nited, and when completely envel
oped in flames a repetition of the
hand grenades, as before, completely
extinguished the flre. This grenade
might not be adequate to extinguish
the conflagration of a town when
under headway, but mos* conflagra
tions in their incipleut stages might
be prevented if the means were at
hand when the flre is discovered.
These grenades supply that means.
For further particulars apply to H.
G. & A. H.Evered, Cresco,Iowa,sole
agents for Howard and Winnesheik
couotiop.
Supervisor Irvitj, of Afton, was
town Tuesday and Wednesday of
this week.
A business bouse, by advertising,
shows its fstitli in its own goods and
pri« es and its ability ti» successfully
meet competition. So says a house
that advertises all over Ui« United
States.
The editor of th» Household
con. Manic Hale Meyers, South
Whiilej, lad., will give a copy of
her paper one ye?tr as a wedding
present to every newly married wo
man on receipt of ten cents to pHy
postage. The paper is tin eight
pge monthly and is full of excellent
article? upon thousands of topics
every year Persons married In
1885. will be entitled to it under the
offer.
Ayer's Hair Vigor stimulates th«
hair cells to heairhy action, and pio
mote* a vigorous growth. It eon
tains all that can be supplied
make the natural hair beautiful and
biindan1: keeps the scalp free from
dandruff, and makes the hair flexiblt
and glossy.
A grand elocutionary and musical
entertainment will be given in Lyric
Hall on Monday evening of the last
week of the institute. A full com
plcrnent of home talent is now se
cured and an effort is being made to
have some from abroad. The pro
gramme will be standard and eon
tain some things that are now stir
ring nutional social circles. We can
safely promise a general feast to all
at home and sojourning pedagogues
School Reward Cards at
Arnold &
Terry's.
Our Little Men and Women (1). Lo
throp & Co.,) for April, has a sketch
•"Easter Monday at the White
House," which give* an account of
the annual egg-rolling at the Nation
al Capitol a jolly litrle Hue story of
A Colorado Donkey:" and a talk
about "Balloons and Air Ships," very
fully illustrated, which the "littf
men" will like. Mrs. Dentic writes
of "Butterflies." and there is tin
fourth instalment of L. T. Meade's
charming English eiial. "Me and
My Dolls." "The adventures of Co
lumbus" find liim this mouth in
Spain. Other btiel sketches with
verses muke up this number of the
bright little magazine which is pro
I'usely illustrated throughout. Only
$1.00 a year.
To Farmers auil Horse men:
Having purchased from B, Hed
dlngton the stallion, Dexter, 1 will
visit Cresco ou Thursday, Fi iday and
Saturday of each week hereafter.
23t6
Thos. Huoiies.
Teachers' Institute.
The Howard County Teachers'
Nortnul Institute of 1880. will be held
in the Public School Bulldiug, in
Cresco, beginning March 2'Jth, and
oiitiuuing two wewks. An able
corps of Instructors will be in charge
of the work, and nothing will be left
undone that can contribute «o the
success of the session.
From the fact that there are so
few professionally trained teachers iu
our schools, it is expected that every
one who inU lids to teach will be
present during the entire session.
The professional interest which
teachers take in their work can be
measured, some what, by the prepar
ation made and the courtesy of a
renewal of certificate will be declined
those who do not make a proper use
of the means of improvement pro
ided.
To be wanted you must be needed
and to be needed you must be fitted
Frequent inquiries are made for well
t/unlifted teachers, and those best
able to answer the inquiry are often
ompelled to say, "I kuow no one
who will meet the requirements.*
Attend the Institute.
Yours for work,
J. C. Kellow,
23t3 Co. Supt.
The Hoot of the EviL
To thoroughly cure scrofula it is
necessary to strike directly at the
oot of the evil. This is exactly
what Hood's Sarsaparilla does, by
acting on the blood, thoroughly
leanslug it of all impuriti s, and
leaving not even a taint of scrofula
in the vital fluid. Thousands who
have been cured of scrofula by
Hood's Sarsaparilla, testify to its
wonderful bloodpuril'ying qualities.
Sold by all druggists,
'he Cresco, Aberdeen Aligns Cat
tle Company.
Dr. J. J. Clemmcr of Cresco. Iowa,
and George M. Dell, formerly of this
place, but now of Cave Hills, Ewiug
ounty, Dakota, will incorporate
nder the name of the Aberdeen An
gus Cattle Company with a capital
stock of $100,000. divided into shares
of $100. The incorporators have
been operating for over three years,
most of the time on their present
ground Cave Hills, where near the
.little Missouri, on the line between
Dakota and Montana, they have a
tine iange with an abundance of wa
ter, feed, and timber, they are pre
pared to greatly increase their busi
ness with little added expense and
greatly increased dividends. Dr.
Clemmer is kno\vn to our people as
one of our most stieeessful, prudent
and prosperous business men, while
Mr. Dell, who is with the herd, is one
of the best and most careful stock
men in the country, thoroughly
practical, competent and honest.
With such men at the head of the
nterprlse, it is safe to predict satis,
faction and success to the stock
holders.
IlltrNXKtl—WALTF.H.-At
tho
offlclatlntr
& Cole.
the residence of
mtnintor, Hev.
in
Crnsco. .March rt, lfWH,
and Miss
E. llelinann,
Mr. Jacob Bninncr
Emllic
county, Iowa.
Waiter, both ut Howard
There are thousands of million
aires in this country.
Who created their wealth?
Not they, for not one in a hundred
that ever earned the salt he eats.
If they did not, then the men who
did, have been wrongfully deprived
of their earnings. Hence the In*
rease of poverty in the land.
If men and corporations are per
mitted by civil law to rob labor, then
labor has a divine right under tbe
laws of nature, to overthrow the civ
law and compel the robbers to
nake restitution.—[Chicago Ex
press.
Wives! Mothers! DaojMers!
HEYOI HOUX PHYSICIAN! A liuly who
lor
vears suffered torments woixe than
nth from Ufertile Troubles. Falling ot the
•Ui'i. I.eueorrhuM. Suppression,
Ac., and who
had despaired if Dt lntr cured, found remedies
hlch
completely
iv
cured »ier. Any
mifTcirr
K-h trouble-* in n-e the
to any one, aid without
frotu
remedies nnd thila
SUI
ckkMkksri.f,ewithout ifvcaltnjr her condition
ubjcctlns
her
pliydclan.woman-
.An Il
modesty to the shocV of n
lustrated'treatise,
pnwrlptlon*.
tlons
and full dim
for use, sent Kmc* to any address, secure
ly sealed. Send stamped en
velope. Add re.Ha.self-addressed,
naming tbto paper,
MM. w. v, jiQtiii?, prou***}'. V.
An Interview with ex-Congressman
tlamily" Weller.
Front tbo Itetroit Free Prow, March 10,
Hon Luinan II. Wcli«*r,if Xashnn,
Iowa, is at the Antisdel House. Mr
Weller is one of the most prominent
members of the Greeub »ck party iu
the Union and was u fusion member
of the last Congress from Iowa. H«
is an ardent believer in the Green
back theories and by his fervid pic
tures of the results of currency con
traction ahd inflation earned the
cognomeu "Calamity" Weller, by
which he is known all over ihe eoun
try. The ex Congressman is u slight
ly-built man, with a wrinkled and
thoughtful face. His beard is short|
aud brownish, and a pair of gold
bowed eye-glasses add to his Intel
lectual contour. He looks like a
very earnest, intelligent, well-to-do
farmer.
"We hope for excellent results!
this fall in Iowa," he said. "We elect
a Stnte ticket headed by the Seere
fary of State and all Congressmen.
By fusion we have broken the old
Republican solid delegations. And,
as Green backers, we are especially
proud to have Weaver in Congress.
I think the strength of the Fusion
delegation will be increased. And
the silver agitation will help greatly
toward carrying the State. This
silver fight is the entering wedge
toward a popularization and under
standing of the true Greenback
theory."
Then you remain Greenback
believer?"
Thoroughly, and it is sure toulti
mutely wiu. There is no manner of|
doubt of it. I do not mean the shov
el-it out-inflation theory, which was|
an invention of enemies who desired
to destroy us, and which becatm
Since 1862 our government has
paid over $2,205,000,000 in gold as in
tcrest to bondholders, and $760,000,'
000 in greenbacks to pensioners,
about ont-third i much. The pen
sioners fought at the front daring
tlie war, while the bondholders
schemed and put up jobs on the peo.
pie at the rear, attacking the gov.
rnment credit and forging the
hains of usury which they now seek
to perpetuate. It is time to call a
halt.
Do as you please when yon please
to do right and you will always do
the proper thing in taking Bigelow'sj
ough Cure for coughs, colds and
all throat and lung troubles. Pleas
ant to tuke, and cure speedy. 50!
cents and $1. march
RED^OATS!
cows,
And Land in Any Quantity, from 1
to 1.000 Acres, in almost any part of
Howard county, for sale by
23 M. B. Doolittle.
I think Elys Cream Balm is the
best remedy for catarrh I ever saw.
never took any thing that relieved
nte so quickly, and I have felt so
well for a long time, I used to be
troubled with severe headaches two
or tin ee times a week, but since use
ing the Balm have had only one and
that was very light compared with
the former ones.—J. A. Alcorn, Ag't
U. P. R. R. Co., Eaton. Colo.
I find Ely's Cream balm good fori
Cntnrrh of long standing.—M, N.
Lasley, 1934 West Chestnut St.,I
Louisville, Ky. 24t2[
Scott's Emulsion of Pure Cod Liver
Oil, with Hypophosphites,
i Scrofulous and Consumptive!
Cases.
generally believed and did much tol paper money issued by the Gov
retard although it did not stop ourl ernment of the United States, saved
growth. Nearly all the Democrats! that government and and saved the
and seventy-live per cent, of the Re-1 union. Gold and silver money did
publicans of Iowa are Greenbaekersl not do it and never will do it in any
at heart and, save for the party lash, I future emergency.
in sympathy with us. I
This silver question is another I.. Dickson, of Chicago, sa
one just like that of the abo'ition of
slavery. I think it is destined to di
vide the country and ultimately to
win. Masou and Dixon's line will
lie drawn again, but it will run in
the opposite direction It is not a
question of local interest that will
establish this division, because the
interest of the people are the same
everywhere. But the Eastern bank
ers, bondholders and manufacturers
lo not have interests in commou
with the people, and they will be
likely to control their section as
against the Northwest, West and
South. I wish that the Democratic
party might not become divided on
tliis questiou and that they would
tuke a firm, united stand in favor of
silver. They might lose some Eas
tern capitalists, but the Western Re
publicans would more than make up
for the loss. I believe that Michigan
and Iowa Democrats will take the
boldest kind of a stand on the ques
tion and have a platform that liter-
ally rings. ^They will win the great |to the
West iu that way." Isurety
LHoward
Des Moines, Iowa.
Advantages of the Jerseys,
1. Jerseys make more butter an
nually compared with the food they
eat than any other breed.
2. Jerseys make better butter
than any other breed—better grain
and better flavor.
3. Jersey milk is the most profita
ble because it contains more butter
per quart than that of any other
breed, its cream rises quicker and its
butter comes quicker.
4. Jersey butter brings from two
to ten cents more a pound than any
other as arule throughout the United
States hence on ninety farms out of
a hundred where butter is a special
ty, the introduction of Jersey blood
will change butter-making from a
dead loss to a net profit.
5. Butter farming is mere profita
ble, healthful and refined than truck
farming, beef farming, poultry or
pig raising,
6. For every cent last on aocount
of the Jersey's small carcass, there
are two cents gained on account of
her better butter and larger annual
yield.
We want Holsteins and Ayrshires
for the general milk und cheese sup
ply we want Short Horns and Here
fords for their beef but the country
wants the Jersey for tbe butter—so
us have an end to the opposition
which this breed has met with for
forty years. He who specializes
wins. The "general-purpose cow" is
an impossible animal. Let each
farmer decide whether all circum
stances point to a milk, a beet or a
butter breed, and chooses his stock
accordingly.—[Dairyman.
Dr. C. C. Looxwood, New York,
says: "I have frequently prescribed
Scott's Emulsion and regard it as a
aluable preparation in scrofulous!
and consumptive cases, palatable! sutner
end cfliciclQui,"
4
CHIRC'II D1HECTORV
(vis-CRKrivnotMi. HCHCM.—Services every
Sum!:iy at mui a.?:, and 7M r. a. Sunday
school alter morning service. Prayer Di*etlug
Wr«ine*d:7 evening
ItKT. A. S. MrCoKXEU., Pastor.
MrrnonifT Ertscor
ALt'nrBOH.~serTlre*every
Sund.iy at 11a.m. HBd 7.no t.%. Sunday
School after morning service. Prajer meeting
every Thursday events?.
H*v. J. D. Ti ll,rastor.
BArnBT carve*, —werrlc.s every Sunday at
11:00 a. i. and T^jO r. m. huudiy School aftr
morning service. 1'rayer meeting erery Wed
nesday evening. He*. A. II.
Cakman.I'a»toi.
Catholiccamca.—Servicesevery
Sunday at
tldio a. m. and ft:n» r. x. Sunday School every
Sunday at
isoo r. n.
Kkt. M. A. McCahtkt, Pastor.
(t*Aca Kpiscotal Chvrch.—Services every
Sunday at 11:00 a. v. and r. a. Snndsy
School after morning temce.
G. L. Mors, Lay Header.
osmmak Lctuba* chcbch.—services every
Sunday at 10:90, forenoon, and 2 3u, afternoon,
alternately. *sv. k. Hbimarv,Paotor,
Li*t Siistis.
PawtrmuK Thatch services, Sunday at
0:45 a. m., and ». m. Sunday School after
morning service.
Kit.Watson Kvmu, Pastor,
A cup of hot coffee and lunch for
15 cents at Ausold &
Terry's
True sovereignty in true repub
lie, is the enlightened will of the peo
pie fully executed.
In government policy that which
would be reform if adopted now, may
become revolution if deferred a de
cade iu the future. Reform must
cornH.
A pretty woman is not as likely to
break a mans heart as Dr. X. Stone
Bronchial Wafers are to cure
cough. 25c.
If Clevelaad is afraid of a war with
Chiau oo account of the great fre
labor movement in this country now
engineered by the Knights of Labor,
let him hire a substitute and retire
to Buffalo.
Prof, lsicitson, or untcago, says
|that he will never be without Dr. X.
Stone's Bronchial Wafers,
ed them. 26c.
He test
8am Jones says: "Live so your
[children may put their feet iu your
tracks and be honorable." That is
don't walk ail over the road on the
way home uights.
The "divine right of kings" re-ap
pears in tbe assertions and assump
tions of consolidated capital wherein
the rights of men are measured by
I the amount of money they com
mand.
Miss Cleveland objects to whiskey
but she has nothing to say against
|Dr. X. Stone's Bronchial Wafers, the
cough cure. 25c.
The creation of money is a public
Ifranchise to be exercised by the
public. The "farming out" of this
franchise to soulless corporations is
|treason to the republic.
*v-t^ ks*«» ua .executed with "Manning aud* Jordan
AND 10R SALE. 80 acres in |iQ their present positions?
township, and 140 acres I ,,
iu Jamestown township, Howard Co., I Ladles saonld not breathe in the
partly improved. Will sell cheap for |£0liH,r ,!10Ut ,h.a^io£
ash, or with small payment down I*' Stooe s Bronchial W nfers in tl
and iong time on balance. Write me |ftl0,,'h for protection. U5c.
for terms and prices.
17t8 B. O. Butt,
If any financial measures favorable
people should be passed, what
'has congress that they will be
one
Dr*
There should be but one great
Itnonled corporation iu this country
Ifor the issue and control of the cur
rency. That corporation should be
composed of the whole people Incor
porated under one head—the gov
ernment.
Five hundred million dollars of
Ithe people's money locked up in the
Treusury! Is the credit of the Gov
lernment of so much more impor
tance than the prosperity, comfort
land happluess of sixty millions of
people that all these should be sacri
ficed at the beck of one man simply
because it is his opinion that the
|credit of the government would be
hazarded if he obeys the law and un
Ilocks the hoard?
Choice York State apples at Glass1
lat $2.50 per barrel. 23t2.
|WALL PAPER,
BORDERS AND
CEILING DECORATIONS,
lln endless variety and In quantity
sufficient to decorate every house in
ICresco. Prices according to quality.
21tf H. C. Price.
National Inalienable Rights.
1. Every human being has a right
|to live, or subsist.
2. Every human being has a right
|to be free.
3. Every human being has a right
Ito the property or the product of bis
|own labor.
Iowa Patents.
The following patents were grant
led for the week ending March 9,
1886. reported for this paper by Jos.
H. Hunter, Solicitor of American and
[Foreign patents, Washington, D. O.:
J. T. Baltimore and J. F. Paddle
|fnrd, Nora Springs, swinging gate
G. Carter, LeMars, draft attachment
Ifor wheeled vehicles D. W. Hitch
cock, Oskaloosa, coffee or peanut
roaster I. H. Kepler, Now Hampton,
gate G. W. Miller, Clarinda, attach
ment for windmills J. D. Morrison,
Belnbeck, platform for handling
stock Allen Johnston, Ottumwa,
screw machine J. W. Llghtfoot,
Keswick, gate Chas. McBride, Vic
tor, spade Marsh Xoe, Davenport,
lhame fasteucr.
Bogus Butter Effects,
I do not think the manufacturers
of bogus butter eau or will ever be
stopped. There is only one law that
I think will be of any service, and
that is a national one, putting a rev
enue tax, of say 10 cents a pound, on
every pound made. That will bring
it to a price that the farmer can com
pete with, and make mouey from his
cows, and put bogus butter where it
should go to.
We are now paying 12 cents an
inch for cream for November, and if
it wasn't for the bogus butter we
would be paying 18 to 20 cents. If
there was a subscription paper got
ten up, and one sent to every cream
eryman in the country to have his
patrons sign, then you could have
the voice of the dairy world. It is
no wonder that foreigu countries
don't buy more of our butter, as
nine-tenths of all they get is bogus,
while they are paying for the pure
article, and our butter is piled up in
commission houses and no sale for
it, because three-fourths ot these
butter houses handle bogus butter,
or as we western peeple call it, bull
butter. As the commission men get
more money for selling it than they
lo for selling honest butter, they
don't offer ours for sale, and the time
is not far distant when the creamer
ies will be obliged to quit operations
or sell their butter aireot
.o con
i uurtQUig, Iowa,
•t very
THE
CHICAGO,
MILWAUKEE
& ST. PAULI
RAILWAY COMPANY
Owns Mid ot^r -re* nearly 5.000 mile* of thttr-|
.lUiflily e'Hj.ip -1 i.il Dli/toii*, Wi-jcoinln.
Iowa, MlMic.-nfn RimiU
It i» the *iiort Li in- aal i.-t Uuate between
all priaclpal |m»Is!» la the »rtk«^l aa4 Far
Went.
For iiup-. thiie i.»i nnd
frel£!tt, etc.. applv to Mir n .m-t !.iiin
Of tue Cute MiMV.liKKi JC T. I'Al'L ItAlL
**v, or iu -iiiy KaiiHurt Ai,'eut uiij wlu'Ve In the
Cnlted st ite-»or canai i.
Ml LI. Mi, A. V. ||,
VAi:rtTEH,
Utn'l Mauagcr. lien I I'asa. A Ticket
i. r. TllKER. n. HEAt KOKD.
Ass'lUeii'l .Manager. A*i' (teu'l fa** Agt,
MlLW 41 KEK. WitfiONklN,
iiofhv* la iei'ii*.'* to Sp.. la! Ex-
cnrtlons, ciiHTiitc-•{ t(iii and other n-i:is ofl
Interest in cOniK etioH »vih the Chic igo. Mil
waukee & st. p.iui Hallway, pieast' refer to the|
oc tl c-dirno-- of tUu p.iptv.
Burlington,
Cedar Rapids,
and Northern
RAILWAY.
The direct line arms*
the
st itc or inva
Mil TH for sr. I.outa .ul points l:i Illinois.
Missouri. Ai'kuu-up. Tcxa-o and all points south
nnd soiilheat.
EAST for chl'-ii^o aiid :«11 -Mst-rn pol'ii-*.
WEST for Council r.l'itf-. and all
points in Nebraska. Kair'a-. ('idorado. N \v Me\
it'A, I'tah. Nevdiia ami .i!IIuit,1.i.
Land Explorer"' tickets ar iM coupon
efllccs. botli single and round trip, to Iowa, .Min
nesota, Dakota. Kansas, Nebraska, Missouri nttd
Texas land point*.
SOLID TRAINS
W I 1 II
Finn Palace Sleeping Ca.i
—arc iuii between—
CHICAGO ANI ST. LOUIFC IIELMI-U.
A N U
MINNEAP0MS AND ST. PAUL,
Leaving chlcauo vl« lie t'!di •. llo- k JMand
a Facide Uaiiway, st. Louie via ihe st. Lotus,
Keokuk & Northwestern Hallway, nnd Mlune
apodsand St. I'atil via the Mlunca|oh4 a" St.
Loulu Hallway.
T-ll-K fl-A-I-N I-l-.V-L
extends from Uuiltiig?o»t, louv. to vllKrt Lea,
Minnesota Mulatto Im i.-I-iii riMa Mtocafm*.
l0« a, to What heer and .Montc/uum, una.
Clinton OlvWi.m, t'Unt.iu, tuva, to l.'iulra, Iowa.
Iowa City Division. Kluiir.i to let"-er-id l"«va:
Uecorah MvKoii. cedar Itapt is to i't- -.ldc ami
Deeorah. Iowa Iowa talis unison. Ci-dar lip
ids to Worthlngton, Mian., and Watertown,
Dakota Behnond Division, DO us, Iowa, to .Mad
ifon, Iowa.
It will be sewn fuin th ab--ve that almost any
porUoa of loiva, ilmn s"( i. Dakota anil uorti
or the east, south or south' u«t. can be reached
by thin lln. and Its coiuiccihn».
Mains, Time tables and ail Information fur
nished upon application to Agents. Tickets ou
sale at all coupon oiilcc* to all poluu in the
United States and Canada.
J.C.IVES, J.E. HANNEGAN,
Frest, Gen, supt. cht, clk. Pass. Dedt,
i'EDAK RAl'IDS, IOWA.
Tte Great Tborooiiifare U tie
NORTHWEST
THE
Saint Paul,
Minneapolis,
AXD
NORTHERN .MINNESOTA,
NORTHERN DAKOTA,
The
Shortest Itoute to
Fargs, Wahpvtaa, Fcrsuk I'allt,
•••rheai, Canst-lton. Ulyndva,
Saak CeatNi Ureckenrldze, Morri».
THE OM.Y LI\L TO
final Fork** Deviit
Lake,
Larimore,
low prices, and easy tcriu of
and
It
plving rated
of fare to
any address, by
township No. nla.'ty
1
hereby gne
offer for *ale
at
and
coits.
Dated this ltt, day
W.L.W,
pavmeat,
will bv to the advantage of uli
new homes, to exaUnlne them before
purchas-klng»-e*s
elsewuere.
aps aud pamphlets describing] the
cornttv.
eelUcr*.etc.,mailed EE
H. WAHKEN,
General Pa*spit fer A^ent,
St. P., M. M.
It y„
J. Clemmer. st. Paul 11 u-\v-U-.- Work-.. W
Klemniins". Thomas Happ. u j. sii.id.u a
O., and Platl iV tlMalley, datici M.uvli
lfitli, 188(1, ami to ine riir-ciid
commanding un- tnat of ihe goods, chatiie-,
•tock or Interest in any compu iy, de'.ns ilu-,
property In th^ hands of thirl person., laiid
and tenements (W'hlch art not exctupl bv law
from execution: of the s ^d liu ch Dwens. ei. al.
I make or cause to be made the sum o
Four thousand two hundred eventv-e|giit dol
lars and flity-iour cents
paid Sept. itttli 18i. and $5 o oi paid Dee, I5t
W85, andoue huudred loi ty.rdne 4t it) dollars
attorney tecs, with linen st and costs, I hau
levied upon tho following described real estate,
lylag aud being sltu\itea In the couuty of llow
ard and State ot Iowa, namely:
The north- east quarter n e
U0) and the
west
A tid "v*ry
Are
for
Minnesota aid Dakota Foints-
Connections arc made mm all Important lino
leading
NORTH, SOUTH, EAST AND WEST.
SOUTH for Miniionyo'.l*. St. P.iiii nnd all I
point* iu MtnnCMOfd. D.ikot.t, Manitoba, Mon-[
tana, Wyoming asi-i o.TiiOii.
s.-
Manitoba!
RAILWAY,
WITH ITS
t,S00 MILES OP ROAD
Is the
only line exteuing tnrou^h the
JPark Region otVfliHnt'&ota
TO A1.L PKINClf.ll. rotSlfi IN
RED RIVER VALLEY.
Wlaalpev,
(•raftfta, Crookhtwn Hillsboro,
Xajvllle,
rortlnni,
Ada,
Hope, Alexandria.
AND TO OEVIL8 LAKE AND TURTLE MOUN
TAIN DISTRICTS.
In which there is now
the
most desirable vacant
iai-„'en urea nf the
uoxerutneat
Land in the
United states.
The lands
of the St.Paul. Minneapolis
itoba Hallway o.
i Man­
iuMiuiicsoia,are particularly
desirable for all classes of
tariulnu',
arc
otleieil
B(liev!n.r?
he can make it to your
interest to examine his
goo.is and prices, he r-spect
ully iuvitcs von call and rxaaiin#
for yourself and compare
his prices before pur
chasing else where.
CNII.I:T.\KL\(I
i
ITltE MILK.
ri.
OAK GROVE FARM.
|-J«
JAMES R. POWER,
Laud and Immigration C'oima'r.
St. I'aCI., MlKS
She
rill's Sale.
STATE OF IOWA.
IIOWAKI) COI NTY.
In
the Circuit nm o« IP wiml
coun'y, Stau*
of Iowa.
By vtmitt of a s i3 i tl extent :oa issued Horn
the oilice (.f the ciei 1 of the (livuli cmn oi
Howard ccunt. state ot l-w,i. in tavor i
Jonathan Edwards-is i'rMo •, llenrv If. Pn.
son Ttutce. substituted p.ut"'tifl", ai. i
against llu^h Owens, S ir^h tiwcii.s. John Mil/.
all
Hi
nine y£i
north of ranue
Xo.eleven (11 West o( tue y u m.
And
puiillr tittle
tlmt I shall
public outcry at
House
door in
me c-iuvt
Cresco.
county of
State ot
Iowa, on
Howard and
Saturday, April 17th, 1886,
between the hours
ot o clock
for
a m. and I
'clock p. m.. oi .lit n.iy—sue in
the hour ot lo o'clock
commence
ai
a,
in.,
of
IU sell
oa.v
hi cash the ub »ve descri'j'd
sultlcleut
and i
inches! and b.-stsaid
to the
bidder there­
prop
-rt\, or
thereof saii-.lv tiu- above debt with
Interest
ot
March, isst
11. A. AX I ELL,
84t3 Sheriff
ot Howard Couuty,)oir&.
:mv
a mm
w
liost
v$4sr«.5e.
lo s mm :."
of the soutU-
ea«t quarter and the w.-st half ot
the south-east
nuatter
se«)of
v
section No. ten
ha!f (w,
quarter
v
nev of
srcilun
No.
i«ft-en
IE! IE?
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
|cn:J\P. Qi JcK, A30M»OOl. Is our Motto, *V|J1 Make tt, to Your Inter*-! ra km n»r
aid :.tani «j ir 111-. -if yru I'urcIiaMnj. Two d'x»r west of cif.v Grocery. il-Myl
MSVERDEXTS
X2T CRESCO
fully stocked
Extension Tables,
Secretaries, Bookcases,
Wardrobes, Bureaus,
Bcdsieatis. Chairs,
Louies and Sofas,
mm
mm
i mi
Wllt'l.K.-.VLi: ANP li. .Ml. D, Ai.El! IX
MILK ANP CREAM.
|IIOTELs, ii' -i vii:v is. v u v a i e a i
li.ILsM rem i DULV.
MKAsl'iiK, ITiJt: 111.k, l.'Ktai.Alt
DEL1VEUV l* A\ HOIiO.
AH
rder* leit at v
I'm-o.t ut:. nti-. n.
leetv-
AUK Ct'.di'A M, vi a^luuiiKMi, St re. I.
I Host on, :u*
A DIES WANTED lo worK Tor us at tUeli
own homes sd' to 8lo per wi-ek can iw caci:\
ln.o!e nocativavh s-', I .sclnaiiugan tead
_t lii »lo lueiit parilciiutls and sninple of
WO.K n.'ll! |Oi' slaiilp AlltliCsS lit I.M I
M*t i 1
i 'U. O n'\ l«,l!li. •!. Mass
(jlAFWESS
its i' A V s t\ it a i
vl 1»E, one wti
vi- deaf tweiit V
l,,hi yoar. Tieat. .1
by laosji of the l.ot
lip 'Cail^i s of he i.nv «V I1-' l»eMiiit. Cl'KSfi
lllimski in thive mouths,. t.d siuce men nun
Idreis ot i»ih-'rs rv same .n-occss. A plala? slm
t, Addns
i irv. v' t4
!»1" an I sl-d 111 too
1'. S. 1
or the north east
v
15
A.\0
jS Allot'
DEBILITY
DECAY,
markablu and
Llfo Experience. Re
quick cures. Trial Packagos. guad
Stamp for aualed particular^ Address
Dr. WARD A CO. Louisiana, Mo.
r-,.i i Lvrb^m:^,
FRES Catalogue.
«Sc CO„ KL Jiaiua
1 fi*' rii I
..O'dee in Nrw «jrk.
Vj ll' «i! Am. J. .Mini if MH'I.
"IV. an,
WBIGBT S iCETABLE PILLS
FOB TIIK
LIVER
And all Bilious Complaints
G- IE! 1%
at all times
And all the approved styles of
I3EW1M13 MACHINES
I'mlcrlakiiifc will have Prompt
Htentian in nil Irci.nrtiiiPtils.
r. v -r
ir.-
6ENSH0W & HELMER,
DEALERS IN-
c/
8
p'
w
V. n l.
with
Spring Beds, Mattresses,
Brackets, What-NoW
Looking-Glasses,
Picture Frames*
Curtain Cornices,
A. G. GENSHOW.
I U E
IN THE GENSHOW BUILDING,
FU'kI Dvor tYor-ft o/Mroihrr Uou*e Work in Vre9C0.
BK1 STKVDS. UK! SPRINGS.
MATTinCSSl S. SOL AS, LOTNtiES, WIIAT-NOTS,
PICTtHE I'll A F.S. MOULDINGS. CHAMJS, CLOTHES BARS A
FRAMES LAMIiili'tJCIX FIXTl'lil'S, TABLES, WASH STANDS.
BEAVS, AlllUtO'.lS. BOOK-CASES. WARD ROBES
AND CUPBOARDS ALSO
COFFINS, BURIAL CA8ES AND CASKETS.
Repalring will have prompt atten
tion. His prior s will coa
pare favorably with
others, ulwivs.
Every Article Gnarantsefi to lie Just as Renrsseitei
that
TT-T E MO
WILL HAVE PEOMI'T ATTENTION.
O I E
BROADCAST
HAJTD SEED SOWER,
For flowing
WHEAT, RYE, liUCKWHEAT,
Rice, I'Ux, Oat*. ran Seed, A*.
It w ill vo* iroin 4 o icrex per hour at a
n-ommnii walking pait. (mm to 48 feft
it' a round. I' is Hit- be.-t inarlune ev#r in*
y-. uu'd tor the purjtose. and should he In th«
han Not every f.inner. I'rick onlv (5.00,
Ask your dealer for iu Send for circular.
MANfFACTI RtlB BY
THK GOSHB* SWEEPKB A WBI!t«EK C«t,
UOSUEX, IND Sims
PAINTING.
IS ALL ITS
E A E N S
FOR TOWN OR COUNTRY,
Will have
ntl grocery «IU MS
3U3-J
*.»T ^AU- vMEN cv« rywhe:'.', Un-itl
•aiei ti.»\. iiitjr, u» K»»a «ur goods, win
e.r. .'.:id a.l c\pei--. Willi
ierill* at once, a.i.l Male tuiai V
nicd. Addn.«.fAM»AKJ» S'l.VEU
prompt, skillful and
satisfactory at
tention. Apply to
J, J. BBOWIT,
'st of the
Shop W
Ilink.
-. cry species of line work
iteiitron.
farriiiu'e. sistn,
wlU hav.- sp -eiat
CHAINING NEATLY DONE,
'•"lo i'rlccb won't be underbid by anybody,
HUMPHREYS'
&£ual ci all Siseassi,
ii) v. uruitns, x. u.
ItK .I.V r.ol'NV) IN
OLiO'l'll aiul a OL.II
MaiUnl F»*f.
J»T ft* rRRfriPAl, NO«I. ctTMit.
Fevers, C»rr« lntlw»uiAti«M...
Worm*, Worm I vit, \y«rnit^lio.IIV
lll« Colic, or T,«diiB|
lUorrliea of inMrcu or
IDC of Ialiotl.
rAdulM
jclfl, T'lotmrno, aretirn
Headarhea. .K ick Uoo«livon«, Vt-rtiffo..
HOMEOPATHIC
|IVKprP)iln. KlioiisKtoniftch..
1
i or Pnlnfitl IVrtoda..
too Pnifutt) IV
ou^li. Diiaeutt
Ja
r/»thinr....
I£». Cl
fa It tihenm, ^islprtaii, Eruptiwii.^
Ilhsnmnt(»iti, Kin imwtie
I'l-vettMio Acne, i Inll^,
}'ntarrh.
*•!«», Blind or lllcediiiR
Inflaenr.i,« a'.dta Nmlletd.
Wliooidns t'ojjah. V •oh'Ut Cooyhs...
Oearral HebllilV.Pb^«icLl ViMkiidM
lUdaev OiMMMe-
E I I S
Sold Drut'- is ,,
.lt*11
!•-•, who
nkt-niHU'tficit} fLi'il«*f y
•is -ut d- l-t tn-ntr-1
:.J c-ira.l sa' W rtu«n
\. tl.-i.K imn
puyr
pimply
e ofr.irt'urfnTPfEO
fejirtM.ei'imir rurou bv him. Ilf^f-w.-i'tvi n i-uw."
boiin «n! Tiuatu.e sctit ttoo. Oivo I'.O, (Oil
Esprf'sii.lilri-—1»
AB. MESWIOLE. No. J- ha St..*-"
rk.
v
hurts and
man and
M-nt -rnaid on i*e» int ot
pttc«.~u uattk\s' aiBunt to.,iutr*it.a st/tut.
All Sorts of
many sorts
beast need
o( ails
a cooling
lotion. Mustang Liniment*

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