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PLAIN DEALER,
W.R. MEAD, Edit or.
TltrKBPAT, MAY. 5,1887.
Call the Legislature
The Governor ought to convene
the Legislature in special session
immediately to take such lawful
action in regard to railroad trans
portation charges In the state as
may be necessary and proper,
remedy the defect* of the interstat.
commerce law as applicable to our
state and its people. The first
thing to do should be tha repeal of
our useless commissioner system
and the re-enactment of the gran
ger law with such changes an
modifications in detail as the defect
in its practical workings suggested
Then some legislation is neede
looking to the just and equital-h
assessment of railroad property in
the state. The railroad commis
sioners, from the sworn reports of
the proper officers of the different
lines of railroads in our state, report
their value to be $415,010,066,52
Yet the executive council of the
state, consisting of Gov. Larrabet
add?d to the railroad mileage since
that assessment was made. The
average mileage assessment for the
past Jifteen years hat been as fol
lows
1872....
1873.........
1874...,
ISlOa
1876.........•*••*...........
1877••*....•««• #.*"•
1878.....*»•«•«*••••••»••••••*
189.
1880.
1881••
1882
I883•...«**•****•••#•••••••
188
4
1885
1886...
1887
5 826
5,844
5,900
5,603
5,305
5,214
4,9U
4,8bG
4,587
4,17
4,206
4,206
4,445
4,851
4,851
Farm property in Iowa is assessed
At from thirty-five to fifty per cent
©f its value, railroad property at a
triiie over nine per cent. Farm
property dees not yield a large
profit, while railroad property does
Kow the legislature needs to be
called together to take in considers*
tion the present attitude of the
railroads of the state, and to take
the matter of their assessment from
the corporation tools now having
charge of that duty, aud turn it over
to nu n of better intelligence or less
susceptible to corporation influ-
Astonishing Success.
It is th? duty of every person who
feas used Bo^chee'n German Syrup
to let its wonderful qualities be
known to their friends in curing
Consumption, severe Cough, Croup,
Asthma, Pneumonia, and in fact
all throat and lunt? diseases. No
person can use it without immedi
ate relief. Three doses will relieve
any case, and we consider it the duty
of all Druggists to recommend it to
the. poor, dying consumptive, at
least to tiy 0:10 bottle, as 80,000
dozeu bottles were sold last year,
and not one case where it failed
was reported. Such a medicine as
the German Syrup cannot be too
widely known. Ask your druggist
about it. Sample bottles to try,
sold at 10 cents. .Regular size 75
cent*. Sold by all Druggists and
Dealers in the United states and
Canada. 3eowm3
llany Congressmen are kicking
themselves that they did not vote
with
J.
B. Weaver against the rail­
road Inter-StateComir.erce bill they
will kick themselves harder when
another election comes around.—
JI quoketa Record.
What if it? stnd What il Is,
ppiiloo (Clarke's extract of flax"!
Skiti r*»ie like many other ine^tl
mahl«* benefit* to mankind, was dis
covered by ae^Uent. The proprfe
tor, engaged in preparation of
certain plants, from *«aie to time
noticed the effect «»f working
fried,giving
IN
the
puip vats on the ekin. If ther* wa"
present any cutaneous eruptions,
waits blemishes or scrofulous symp
tom*, ail disappeared as if by magic
Aft«*r experimenting ten year?, it
has become a scientific fact and a
ss boon to the human race.
rum uwuy a few bottles, *e
demand has increased until the
sale for the past two years amounts
to 1.0:l2.oti0 bottle-!. Large bottle*
only £1 •»«(, fm
I
Ab. lia, Oli. ho.
The an\if t} of men guilty of crime
to show that hV not possible tor
th^in to Iir.vr
IK-I-U tli»
culprit. Amis
now illu-itartion in the recent ex
sine of the venality of Mr. Kinsey
Eiwoo'!. To coi viiK-e the editor of
the Purs*
IKAM:I:
that his motive in
trying ^erui E1. &t«-in1er to the
penitentiary for asserting and main
taining his property rights, Mr. El
wood lifti* exhibited to the attorney
employed by the
PLAI* DEALER
a
not of t3*M0 and a notice signed
by Mr. Stender informing Papa-h
thai Slender had turned over to EI
woo the land described in the El*
wood information, sworn to by Mr.
Tap ieh. and icjiu sted our attorney
to inform u* of the existence of th'8e
documents. Very well Ue has done
so, but what of it?
Would Elw od have us infer that
he was endeavoring to use a crimi
nal process to euforee the payment
of that note?
If so, it was an unparlleled piece
of rascality
The information in the case which
we published la^t week showed that
h^ was endeavoring to obtain grain
to the value of JS4.72.
This he was trying to obtain not
in satisfaction of the note, but on
false and spurious claim for rent?
Frank D. Jackson, Voltaire
Twombly and J. A. Lyoas, asses#.
them to be worth but $38,340,681
"Why, the rolling stock alone used
and taxable in Iowa and nowhere
else makes a grand total in valua
tion of $66,504,000,every dollar of
which should be assessed, and as
sessed at the rates that personal
property of individuals is assessed,
would amount to over $22,000,000.
This would leave the roadbeds, side
tracks, depots and grounds assessed
at only $16,340,681. The railroads
for the purpose of fixing their rate
of transportation, claim their road
beds to have cost over $38,000 per
mile, for the purpose of assessment
the railroads claimed before the ex
ecutive council of the state, that
they cost less than $13,000, as Gov.
Larrabee stated in his argument
before the commissioners in tin
matter before that body against th
C. B. & Q. Indeed the representa
tives of the railroads before the
executive council, asserted that any
road in the state could be duplicate
for thirteen thousand dollars a mile.
If litis be so, then a proper assess
ment is just the thing to squeeze
out some of the water upon which
they are charging a profit in trans
portation rates. The executive
council seek to pose before the
public as hostile to railroad extoi
tion inasmuch as the aggregate
assessment of railroads is some
$5,000,000 more than for 1886. But
it must be remembered that 413
miles of new railroad have been keep, and paid him sixty, which he
demanded as the deposit.
Several of the Grand jurors befort
whom the case came have volun
tarily come in to assure us that our
vet iion of the ease corresponded ex
aetly with the verdict before the
the grand jury, and that the vote
was unanimous against an indictment
the grand jury believing from th
evident as every honest man would
that the only claim Elwood had
any portion of that grain was no
better than the title of the freeboot
er to the property of which he had
plundered a victim.
Jacob Fran!*.V Record
We do not approve of the con
demuution of any man unheard
Hence the admission of the article
elsewheie from J. Frank.
From our own personal knowl
edge many of it- material statements
arc unquatiflidely false, and we
I
K
Sieve tl,-y are known to be so to
Jacob Frank.
His entire career so far as we can
gather it from the#mo«st reliable
sources, has been a continued sy*
tem of perfidy, fraud aud misrepre
sentation.
Three honorable men, representa
tive members woj the Lutheran
church, Bioomenrader, GassHl
and Woelstein, certify to the synod
that he is a swindler, who has been
ripe for the penitentiary for years.
To avoid paying his honest debt
he puts Lis money into the hands of
friends, taking no receipt therefoi
then after a long lapse of time call
for and obtains more than his de
posit if possible. Jacob Woelstein
took fortv dollars of his money to
The postal card threatening to
shoot Mr. Heimann we have seen
and read, and know it is true. Tlu
judgment which Mr. Heimann
bought was against Jacob Frank
and his own attorney admitted it
as a just set off even if Frank's
claim was valid, but the attorney
admitted it to be fraudulent. Jar
Fiank is known to have bought
farm machinery giving a good ptop
crty statement, when he himself
knew and boasted of the fact that
the statement made was untrue in
every particular, ami the notes are
still out unpaid. He has deposited
money with Fred Miller, refusing to
take an\ receipt therefor, also with
Jacob \Vnel-tein. From every good
source we hear Mr. Frank badiy
spoken of. False and fraudulent
chattel mortgages to coyer up aud
conceal his property, when he had
any, was a customary practice of
his*. Property levied upon in th
hands of a tliird party, he fraudu
lently obtained and sold, and was
released from imprisonment therefor
I by the help and money of a friend
for whom he is now understood to
be working. Such a life and record
will not be accepted by good men
and true to injure any person when
other evidence is lacking.
Jacob Frank had not a single date
until given to him by Mr. Heimann
and the two items of $17, in tin
Frank statement he has interpolated
to make his case.
The first payment to Frank of
$100, was July 9, *S1 at Howard
Center the next July 31,'84 in Ern
and Flood's store £100. J. Frank
is without doubt a black mailer
who feels ngrieved to think that his
9eheme against Mr. Heimann only
resulted in th* payment of one of
his honest debts.
If Mr, Heimann does as he may
he could shut Jacob Frank up for
his postal cfti'd t'Tei^eninir to shoot
him, and nothinff but that he desir
ed to avoid trouble has prevent
him fronf giving Mr. Frank the
lawful punishment he has earned.
Purify Your Blood.
If you!* tongue is coated
If your skin i» yeiilipilf ijfept
If you have boil*.
If you have fever.
If you are thin or nervous.
If you are bilious.
If you ure constipated
If your boiu s ache.
If your head aches.
If you have no apetiro.
If you have no ambition, one bot
tie of
.SX.OS' LOOD UHIKIF.R AND
lit oon
MAKHU
will relieve any and
all of the above complaints, bold
and win^anted by Lowry &n4 Con
nolljr* 31tl3
Was tile American flag 1n danger
from for ign or domestic foes, and
a call for militia in its defence wa
made in New York or in Chicago,
th se who would "rally round the
flag" first, and stand hy it the Ion
est. would come frotn the class
thnt voted for Henry George in N Y.
and for Ne!»on in Chicago. The
wealthy patriots that voted foi
Jtoche/rally best around the robbers
roost.
Chronic Coujrh* aud Colds.
And nil d|pe««"s of the Throat and
Lungs can be oared by the ut»p of
SeottV E'roil^ion, as it contains the
healing virtues of Cod Liver Oil and
Kvpoptiosphlt in heir fullest form
'consider Hcntt's Emulsion the
ernedv par-excellence In Tuber
nlous* and *tvumou« Affections,
*sav nothing of ordimu'T colds and
hro-.t *r -'lbUii."—W. 11. S. C'-OO'KI*,,
H. i) P. Majft
Wkt «f oi.f I'tnuta uX lin w: 1
Are they legally constituted? and
are thry competent to lend- i a
valid decision? The fact i.i t!
le.'i-lature of our state has t-mplv
been an organised body of m*n
whose mission seem-i to have been
vivdating (he fundamental law of
the state. Two weeks ago we point
ed out the laws enacted bv two
legislatures to annul a section of
the constitution by appropriating a
portion of the money* set aside for
educational purposes to bribe "spies
and informers."
Prof. Wheat in hi- le.-i-re -t
Thursday evening at the oart
house, alluded to the propensity of
men high in place tP become law
breakers, to be intemperate in their
habits, and to their general in.-Hna
iion to set a bad example to those
whom they denominate the laboring
classes.
Art. V. sec. ." of the constitution
of Iowa says: ''The district court
shall consist of a Sitxjk- Judge, who
shall be elected by the qualified
electors of the district in which be
resides."
Sec. 10 of Art. V. provides for an
increase or diminution of tho judged
but prohibits the legislature front
increasing the number more than
one for either the supreme or the
district court at any one session,
and provides for an increase of
districts to correspond with the
additional judges for the district
court, one for vaeh period of four
years.
Chapter 134 laws of the 21 general
assembly approved April 10, 1880,
increased the number of districts
some four or five in plain violation
of the constitution, aud provided
for the election of two and three
judges of the district court for the
Several districts.
The plain r.nd unmistakable infer
ence is that legally tlit* person hav
ing the highest number of vote- in
each district, is the only one quali
fied to hold court in that, district,
and that judgments and decree?
rendered in tin- courts of the other
axe without validity.
IT IS WdliVZZZZl
ho*v rasily rheumatism bcghis, and how
iiiritiit grows in the system, mitil
one is ^artiod to iirid inmst-Sf iu victim
in either liwjicuteor ihvauu* term. He
tijLU learns the feiiriui tenacity c.f its
grip and the utter powtrltwsik*&j of the
ordinary remedies to i/tve rvUt f.
Prohj.-iy to no dilate have physicians
giv.'U mure stu iy, and none has more
couipletiiy baiilt i their eii uts to pruvide
appft-itic aud until Atlilophercs was dis
covered there was no medicine which
would surely cure rheiniiatlsiii, neuralgia
and nervous or .sick ii.-adache, Th'iusaiids
of tev.inioaials like th foliowiug prove
beyond iju.-ddun that Atldcple res is the
only lviiublo remedy, und that it will do
all 'that is ciainicd for it.
AV. S. Hopkins, 179 C. Avcn-.e, Cedar
Kapids, Iowa,
H.'.VP
My wife and daugh­
ter wore 1mith stricken with iuiiaimn ltory
rheumatism at the wune time. The lower
lind s were much W )Ucn ihepain .-Aouted
nuu beyond in.larance sleep was .t of
the question they setiered eo much that
to move «-r even "touch the sheet on the
bed would cause the :no-t violent pain.
They were confined to the bod four Keeks.
Durins that time and prcvi-.us I bought
many kimls of medh ine, then I enipj n ed
a physician, hut nothing
Gri.swold, Iowa.
I have cold Ath!ophor«». and I hsvo
had nothing but grr.d reports from ny
customers. Henry Kebter, of th:3 place,
afk nnnn, will give all a eood report of its
work with him. Jous Pifiir.R, ihug-rbt.
Every drupjrist should keep Athlophoros
and Athlophuros I'illts hut where thvy m
Cot be bought oi the druj ^'i- the Athlo
phoros Co., 112 Wall 8t., aw York, will
send either (carriage paid) on receipt oi
re«.dar price, which is £1.1 o per Lottie
for Atld-rihorx! r.r.'l '('•. for l'ilis.
For liver ai «t klilnty «1tw«ffs. «1yspcj«Ja,tn
v.vni:r.-". ii'-miu." f'i- r.'tt
f»! v.'o'iiiea. con-^jfiiUii ii. h", iir.|-nre
llioo4, &Q., Athli .iioms CilU ure iiuc^uaied. 10
Goon MOUNISO!—I am not afarid
to call on a nice man. I like to
speak to his face, he is determined
to be right lie is so characteristic
from his hat down to his footsole.
so in the suit of F. Ilenning vs
Heimann shows that all his cxcu?cs
do not ttc together, as his own
letters antj statements show.
Here irf hi* assignment of the
amount against E. Hcimatiu, ic
ceived by J. Frank, June 11,1H82 $17
June 12, $35. .Tunc 2u $28 and —s33
Jo.iv 23. $20. Oct., 13, $1)5, July
2D s:j $5, Oct., 21, Hj.
Of which has been received of E.
,Heimann July 9, '84 $100, handed to
me in Eru«t Flood's store, after
noon Julv 31, $100, b: 8Toth»'r
House before noon. the
i-is-ifs he d'd (tot stand up for his
rights' n mi? Kter a eh: i-.ti.iu, lb
is afraid to etas.d up at»d talk for
his rights, he could settle without
troubh'?. Aft"f sc'ilcnf.iit ho 'rici
to cover it
ivith
•'Vcuk-m. J?e him­
self, asked Mr. \V eUtein for «onu
of my money, Jur.e 11,^2 afternoon,
close to the church door. I never
threatened to »dt-»t !.!'!, I nc-er
did him harm, 1 n« ver cheated Mr.
Woelstein. I dealt, with him fair and
used him well, I nevrr knew any
thing was wrong,
llr W handed uie all tllvcr and
gold, which I gave to Heinifinu.
He. W, handed $35 to ine iti Fleui
trtlng's lumber yard befom noon
June 12,'82. 1 dealt fair with him,
and used him well. Now I am
cheated for all my work and trouble
with him. Cheat is my pay for it, I
asked him for my money in town,
he said I just came from the bank
and paid all the money I have for
the church lot, I hav not. any no
I asked him again, and he said his
fingers was not crdd, if they were
I would willingly pu\ yon. He
wanted to give rne a note,
(ind
said I
should borrow money elsewhere,
ard he would pay Interest. I re
fu.-'ed to take tin- note a* I did not
consider it of any worth, nor any
on-1 else. The n^iirnment of u
judgment that Hfirnamt bought
ac.iinst me, was no honest deb? of
mine. I lost money- en usrh In this
matter, and cannot afioid to smoke
a cigarette and blow the smoke
through the nostrils like he dee-*.
He thinks till'* hay given mr- a lesson
I know I tun '-heated! Mill, now I
will call It a first ela*s minister's
trick. 'T. Fit
AX K.
A Huslmnrs tJieatcst Biepsin^
i n -trong. Healthful, vigorous wife,
with a clear, handsome coiiipl 'Xion.
These can ail be acijUircd by ttiing
Vt, nm-w's Im 'i'yufo
Hood's
SarsapariHa
Is n
ri
"liar dic":!ir, j£nl i eare(u"y vro-
Jr.ri-.' 1 y .-T- ctviit !.:u -..:» j-fc. Ti'r t-.rn
t'jn .tioii awl |r«.-r(.fft(m ct B.irsa|«riUn, lm
31 -.!.«.'if»ke, yelie-.v l.-ck, an«l ther
.!i li v! :wv« iy |H-culJ.ir to
Il-Sarvaj iriiki, civiitg it ftrength ami
csin.!i-,c »v.er KJ:rcrior to other prcpa
rjitioi:*. A tii.il v. ill .nvi -i-e you of its
great value. Ikx u's h-arsaparilla
*Purifio3 tY 2 biood
crentos and Ehnmns the appctitf. £timu'at
t!..' !!?•—-tioi). and fives strerspth to every
c.i the lmty. It cures the most rever.
ca a of Scrofula. r.Iieuin. I?on«, I'inii'lt
it' alt other aflteiu n* caused by inipun
't. r»v-r-ri sin, riUousncss, Ht-aducbe,
Ki i'1-y and Liver Coru'!::im.-. Catarrh, Itheo
n.e.. .:tj, ,-umI that extant tired feeling.
lien's Parsaparina has i:clpod me more
for catarrh cn-1 iu uro bloo than anytl.irig
else I ever used." A. S .Tacus8, N. Y.
Crcatco an Appetite
••I nfv'tl lletd*s Eat-aparil'.a to clcar.se my
L1'- 1 i.iKl u-ne up iny sysifni. It gavo in- a
ai petite and ft -'ncd to bsfM ine over."
E. M. HALT:, Ohio.
'"1 took Ileod's !iars i'.:trilla far ennoorons
humor, and it lc*ran to a. mUike ar.yihinK
else. It (urcd the humor, and to
t»!ie up the v.li"i»i Im'y and give nie new
lil -." J. F. Nixtix, Candii id^cport, Mass.
Scud for book t'Ving statcnic ats of cures.
Hood's Sarsaparilia
ferttrO yii'Ii'vu -ri-ts. fi I'rojiarf 'lonly
byC. I. i!' K 1 A v )., ApoOiccuiics, I.ouxli, !im.
IOO Doses One Dollar
Qatar
W
L* *'V i
N i in 11"" i i
HAV-FEVER
E Y S E A A
Is net o b'quil, envif or povr&r. Applied
into nostrils hqitkUii aburl*(l. It rfuinret
Vie fuad. Allays injoimmation. Utah the
sores. Jieftorts ilicst usts of ta*te and ftnelL
SO i ••nts ft? !»,»/ tnail, reyiattred, ®l» eentt.
El Y BROTHERS, i»ruggists,0mcro,'Y,
,a« vr m*
ut» it!', Ti-i'-""*.
KKxaoM ii AMTA
THE BEST mSKEWORLft
\(U Wtl.L do\v tl and prohab.y save your
LtKK If OU irc Sffltv I' 1 wltli 'AXCF.R to -cud
your iiddtv-s to b.x 4 -1 i.a tossi- U
W'-KH- JOU
JMVC
relief until
I heard of Aihlophoro*. I bought a ho'tle
at once, and am glad to f-ny in a very short
time the s-vtiiin^ was reduced, the pain
gone, and they were entirely well.''
wllHi-arn a sure cure loranv
iv
U-T*
UIIC€i
ext. ruk'.l.v on ihf body. S9-Sia
WANTED—WOMAN
Active &ud in
'Mtrflit to rep.
tmmt t.Urln* In own itiPit'Hy
ivnna'i"! position unri ^.iod sjlar Kor«-r
cn tc\ehjn£t d. Gaj il'l'tf. Co, 20 Can-lay
st. N Y- a 4
AGENTS
WANTED (Samirtes
FKKK
tor Du. 'if'nl TS bt -t l-
11 EI.F.CTUtr COHS-
E'l l$: Slirs HK'.'tS Kte No ri.sK, quli-k
irv jrlv-i*.*itl,f.i"t!on uvtcrtin
teed DK. w?OTT. »i Broad.voy, N. \. .0
mim GISGEB TONIC.
I!,.- n--1 'if- for Ci.ii'r!,'-. Weak l.vr ys. As li
mit. iiidiii-Mi'.ti, Iti\v.,id I'atus, KxUaa»lioa,
Ci'i'iliiidi!': ttu* mo-t v.sbiablo wttti
JaiiiiM-t-i
T.IU^vr
it
PX'TTS
ITM
.1 carattv.' jwwt'r over
dts.-i* unKitoww to other wardo-s. \V« nlr
I.uu», I'hoamatlsm. F«-t:ia!o Complaint*, ahrt
tljo 'ir 'i' ^liii.' l!|s of t't«* Siotna.-h. t.iv-..r. Kl I
nevs ,-ip.i linue'. idfag.»linf thousands to th^
irr.ivr wii') uou'd toi-ovci
UJ.-ii-
of
hf^nh by th-
F.TRRTFK'S MNO».K TONIC
It
IN
li.nv liii- j.i .1ren'jftU Tls«» aK*d. 5:c. at Drtt«f
llutox & Co., l«-'t William Street, N. Y.
»t4
BOOKS FREE.
Tbrillinx Uctt-ctlvp Stirtcs. Home C«ok »n:l
It .rt 'ir Ituok How to
Poultry Pay.
RctMiiMsa
CraMii*.
ceipt
aurt
tU^-o 4 l»oo- went. free,
of
4 eeius eaeh
on
re­
for
fM-jij.., a so our paper
4 x- »KTH,
Waatworth
Om
with a?ein-y
Home,
farm
aad Faot-.jry,
3 n«on»hs on trial.
i"Tor rents we wltl place your a^d-t s^ in
our i.fiv Aif-ut-' Directory, which will hrhiir
yo't ov rvrtib'joks. bapcm, letters, ct»v»r.-'r-.,
gam v. s. v c. SOt 4
lil'I.UKKT ri'B, CO«4S EmtUe Block, .M.
Louts. Mo.
f. A. DROUX
& Brown,
I'j-.ivrwtot of tbo Cros?-.»-
\v
,u-h will l»e
Briskly Qpntei
M*rfe *t. west ct Morors Ltunlxr yard. IB
turlnjf,
Tib Liltlg Giait Windmill
TY:v,. |ualiuJ fur Kvouomy and
POMOI,
with tlicir New-——
iloizry Aii2.ch.meni,
^jieivtu for^rintiiu^: feed,
or Churniug,
Th it try F"i•» Mi t'itti bp attached to any
WU.diUiU. and uiii grlrnl trorn 8 to
4 OuHiit-ib an hour
WATER TANKS
CiiriLXS,
atul
riSTEUNS,
Hi! ,y BaniKtc4'S and an kinde of WMAfol,
SawlJig Bra.'k:ls etc., etc.
P#iv -how'.s mad*- snd warranted,
I'loM
pep-'if.-d, 11 !f* fU'»ein»r and nil kiudf
of g'.-u ral bljck fr.ilht:ug aud lorjr
iug doii to order
w. a T..-a good stockof theiatert
improved
& HUlUgS
Al the Jowvst iKwslble prices.
We re^'.-eiMfully licit a share
of frun llio public, and
will in il^o till our work iirnt- labs,
and guarantee it to be as rcprescn
tyd,
YDiifiWantsMiss^Clance
FO OBTAIN
GOLDEN EAGLE
AT T'TfTTi
The very best Bargains ever offered on
GO TO
IFOR-
Heavy and Shelf
HARDWARE.
EM! LIU,
Wagon Stock,
Ready Hale Buggy Wlneli
Fence Wire,
TIN-WAKE.
STOYBSj
A
LOUS Bros.
W. D. LITTLE,
Manufacturer of
Butter Tubs, Firkins,
Power and Hand
I I K K S
Pork Barrels Round and Square
Water Tanks, and Washing
Machines,
CKESCO, IOWA.
OTHjNfi
For Long, Short, Stout or Slim Men, or
for Boys and Children, we have
what are by all odds the
in the City, at the prices we ask*^@l
We do claim and stand ready all times
to prove that if you want the like
quality of goods and go
elsewhere for them,
you will have to pay at least
On every dollar more.
Bear ill mind we at all times guar
antee a perfect fit.
Should it be necessary to make any alteration
in garments selected, we do thi
same at once,
FREE OF CHARGE.
WE KNOW
and want you to know it,
If you want positive proof of our ability and
willingness to
Undersell all Competition,
Call and inspect our Goods and note
our Prices that is
dear, Pi'diioiinced & Convincing ProoL
"Call early, choicest Bargains first to go."
GOLDEN EAGLE
CLOTHING HOUSE
Cresco, So-wa,
WENTWORTH & NICHOLS. Props.
Kl THAT TMt
BXAOT LMU It ON
EAOHONIMNCY/t
•MOWN IN nOTUML
FAOTUMCO O
GEaBMABBEiim ca
•TT«BURG
FRED. MARTIN
Ml
CENTENNIAL MEAT MARKET
Which wiil,mt all times, be fWlj
supplied with th* hart the eonatry
affords.
Our torms'irlll cntine to br
rafth in bujlng or selling. Wf
take plftware in referring to 0»
pstroos of Uiis msrket, sad smuiv
them that we shall heepsftUl stock
•f
Fresh and Salt Heats
aflrrOULTKT la lt« MUM. HUE8D
riMM, HAMS u BiOOH.
OTOath p«M hr P«t Cstfls,
s»i Cahm MrfteUs ftr ths market.
CENTENNIAL BLOCK
"""r
A'MjRf-* CvVV!
In returolncr I'nnks to you for my mlraculotii
ourf of zena or -alt. rh*Mim. I t»?cm It advisa
ble to j!vf you d-'taiU'd iucount ofrayc:»«e,
and is th 'ro ts. and alvrnvs will Do a prejudlc#
ajraln-t a -rtis voti mv con
sent to lbllih tins tf'stl-mal il. and alt inqui
ries, by l-'tt-T fi rs i. I wi'l chcorfully
answer. I t'n t'il- ih i« |i
iop:'
who (foon vear
after jmr •rhvrout iri:e s itns or money to
lneoiip^t'nt pit v ii-l'in=i .'ii.l r'»'-«'lv*'no earn, or
evt ii rp'lcf. or en I In illUn,- a pr^tnature grave
as was n" vly mv is •, miy i»j lnd't'-ed to
make trl tiof tho won l-r.i!l Ci rirLK vRSMKDIBS.
Al thea?.»ot tr.'itam IH a is i mad- Its
appeiiran •.* on uiy Uee. A ph.vst'dan w s called
la-said I'-ethlnir WJS the ise. lie pre-serlbud
sotn' ^oniifHf mi- ll'-lne, hn» t'n» sores spread to
ears »nd
iie,e1
X'Id
\m»ther l. D. wn called. Ho
pr'tfesse 1 to kt ow ill abonr tip cause, cnliPd It
'Kind's
I'vil."
and pr'scrtbM mnowler,
hrlmsto ii\ a'ul 'ard mix-1 Info a sa've, but tUe
dlseas continued. THey »Mld not do aDytUtne
with It. AnotlcT prescribed borax water and
flour another ilns ed poultices. Non"ofthem
did me any mod at ill. but m:\de me worse.
The dU-ase continued unabated: It spread to
my arms and lezs. till I was laid up entirely
and from roriM.-tu.il sittincr on the 3oor on a
pll!o\r mv• cmtracit'd 60 that I lost all
control oi ti em and wis utterly helpless. Mr
mother would have to lift me out and Into \jed.
I could iret ir mui 1 the house on my hands and
feet, but fcOi'.U not wet ro.v clothe on at all.
and had'O w* ain, or dressing pown. My
hair id iU in V'- do-.vn or fallen off, and my
heart. fac and ears was one scab, and I hid to
have a towe! on my he id all the ttme in the
ruu ner to weep inc files oil. My paren»* con
su'.te a jtrorn rient phvs i I »n and nur^eon hero
in Chicago -.the "iii 'i- pliysleians before men
tioned were or lnindas and Hamilton Canada),
lie
h-
conk!do
The iKiase continued In this manner until I
was seventeen year? o!l. and one day In Janu
uy. is^O. the clm-curo Tilbnne. I read an
iccnr.nt
of your medl-lnes. They deaerlbed my
ase Mr x-se'ly tnat I thouirht, as a last resort
to
giv«-t.lv.-rn a trl il.
Wh -n 1 tli st applied ttie CrTt' CKA, I was all
raw and hU'fuin? from scr itenlne myself, tout
when 1 applied It 1 went au'.wp almost lmtne
dlnteiv, som^thiim- t!nr 1 had'not done for
years, i h» -T« vt v. a- so ho thlJ«g. 81t4
HS
Clydesdale, Percheron
and Norman.
"ADMIRAL."
This Imported C'yilesdaie Is a bright Bay,
three rear-, old aud wt-i^u.-. 1700 pounds.
I'KbliiltKK-—Admiral's sire. What care I,
(#12) i. I. iissn .tess itiiiie* i:«is*, Vol. vn, hire
of dam l.ord Lwm V ji. I g.-gr. dam Jesa
751) Vol. IV: --ire of s_:r -dam, Harmer (iHW) Vol.
). jr.-jrr dam Lovely alias Jess (40) vol. 1, by
Victor Vol I.
AI»:IKAI
of Itiackhall, fouled l»s4, bred by
W in. cibson r.*o- Sirunt'urr. Scotland Sire
What re l. x.duvd 1st pilze at (iias^ow wiiea
one year old, Kh at Aberdetn Highland Affrl
cultural Socl'.-t} whow also the Auelitermueiy
Premlun. of i'l o. Admiral gained Mil pri.'.e at
Strtnever Show lor the best two year old colt,
J* Mis MS—=14 to insul a, payable March 1st
S:*16.o) to Insure a lvii colt, payable when
marc loals. |1.0 to te paid at time of service
"VIGO."
Is a napp'.e Gray, cumins four years old,
welhs low-ounds was bred by Jos. Whalen
Cre^o sired by v gr. sire Favorite gr.-jr,
Sire Canadian French Horse. YoutgVlsro hu
three top cro«HeM which make* him j, Norman
blood.
TfiUMH.—iio.oo :«t insure J12 oo to lnsur* a
living colt, il.o.i to be paid at time of Service.
"FAMPIIILE."
The importi 4 I'l'iclierou French Draft 8t.il
Hon vvi Htihaving ivulstered dam and sire*
Ootii iji vemrot it' approved, liapoued by Jos,
Whalen. fail or lwsa.
I'amphlle Has roaled May lflth 1884, color
blg-.rk. wt'itrh-. l'.lci jioun is, ig registered In
1'rein Mud book as No.
TKK s.- fI." (it) to insure, payable March 1st
lfW8. «!K no to insure a ih ing- eolt,
W-
I».'yablewhen
nare foalK si.ot) to be paid at time of service,
The above named Horses will mak6
the season of 1S87 as follows:
Mondays, Tue.-dayp and A edaesdays tt John
Chyle's rr-jtlvin, ia„ 'l'hursdays at Janes car#
roll's, xctr oret'fin twp. i ndiygand .Saturdays
•t li. o. K i'.ley's liara.
CICM D.
All eft'e win b? t^ken to avoid accidents, but
to rvsponslbt.lt assumed should any accident
ceui. Meier, disposed of before foaling will be
t'-t iued In foal, and th« party helil for the serv*
eol.-e Mare* insui-ed liiiiit be brought OQ0A
II
two weeks during the season.
JOSEPH WHALEN, Owner.
li:l»3 'Onse iir- •.
U.S.to.eranie/:
i i ellmtiK ia i:n..'jrp»aie^.
fc .ud, Th: •.iirj*rrj lertilo, Mid v. i:,
proda-e lurqa cropb. Ccm.Whent,
R?o. Oats. MiUet, Clovor, Tinvthy. I'aae,
Dctcji,
Pot«.to»?teve.,
Hor uie on
nn.Urfre thiiva belt
dr.
000J9QS
RfVER BOTTOM AHO UPUNOS
Credit Mid fur Gaxh,
and Low lUlw, by
THE LITTLE itOCK I FORT SMITH RAILWAY CO.
The GREAT ARKANSAS VALLEY
Mnbmow
Th* tow on which thcae luUs an sold
Actual
to
Itottler, ir« of the moat
liberal natttfr,
Arkiotw it) uepttt-lxllj wall adapted to 8t
•aidng, aud»
r. Fruit Oountry
theVall^
Ii nowhere aii'elW, fOcaw and kj^
far fointlTtii. For (urthw portion^
|an.P»mph]et
and Map.addrec^
THOMAS M.GIBSON,,
lAad Petaniiw^ionor.
UTTIiG BOCIlyS
minis.
TYPE-WRITERS
"Remington Standard."
Full Una of
8UPPLIE8
AND FINEST
LINEN PAPER
Beud for prlco lint. The Standard la
Superior in Mechanism, Ease ol OperaflMf
Speed, Durability and Prineiplt
Of Construction.
Over SO,000 In Use. Fully Warranted.
WYCKOFF,SEAMAN8A.BENCDIOT(
38 Madlaon St., Chicago.
FB1CE LUX OX APPLICATION.
The first morning after u^ln-,' In It mv
(I had no skin only on the end of mv nov wa»
a pink color. Next day it was klnl or white,
and I could place ray hm Is on the s ire- with
out it beiiisr painful. In about, twj v. »:cs 1
could stand str.iluht, but net walk. I w is HO
week, but my sores WJS noiriv wen. TH- ri I
commence 1 the use of the Ci-rtcm:» Hk. OI v
INT. and In three davs I wi. w.»r-e than ever.
I wason® mass of pl'.upl^s fro:e. tie'
head to th© so!e# of my f«et s:yiiiuofwertimytop
jalnful would not do jestl:to tho ea-e. In
ro:o two to four days thev reirsi an! left a
sm ill st'i'e, which drooped «r and leu tiv spot,
jure and the -«klii whit", and near as I can
«U« 1 was cured In an tut sl\ o '.jht v. -eks,
and up to tnls date (t E froiii Janu M.-Y, to
January, 1*87) I have not been .-.IcU In any w iy,
or have had the least s'^n.s of th1 disea* re
ippeatlng on ine. I liav an excel!.-at, appetlto
have the very l»est of health. Mv limbs are
straight, *upple. and rstronr. 1 hav* b-^u
to all i
exposed
1
CHICAGO
nothing for me, that tho
cH:tiie»s were th :t 1 wou'd ^row out Of It. or
that It w.ni strike inwardly and kill m-i In
time. ibMwr.tf-d
to cut the slnewsofmv
sorts of weather without hs
leant sljfns of the disease yet. The only differ
ence 1 find In my self l« that my shin is tiner,
softer, and not go liable to ^et chapped as 19
other persons.
No doubt many persons will not believe (his
almost Impossible story, nunv will think
Jaa.
lejfs
so th it I could wa'iK, but 1 would not Jet htm,
for If I did get bnter I would have no control
of them.
1C
rrossly exaggio-ated. I don bi-.uae ili-n a bit
theydo. but to vvtsry ?h re. th -v can
call or write to me and find out If whit I hava
wltten above U true cr not.
Th're ar'
many
person* who em tes ttv to th« wonderful cure
i htve received by you-'CTte'-t* HEMKOIKS.
Oenllcmen. let m" njrain thank you for my
cure. ZVU Oearbr.rn Sr. W. J. McDONALD*
30, 1HS7.
Nothlngls known to »"lence at all eo apara
ableto trie 'JCTieuRA Uem-dles in riivtr nurvei.
lous properties or clendnir. pmlfyln? and
Deautlfylu^ the skin and in eu iriu' ton ulnif,
dlsfleurlng. Itching, sca'y -jnd pimply dis.Msc
of the skill, scalp *n bio.id. with lo-s of hair.
CCTICCKA, the g-eat Skin cure, an 1 C'r.-ierHA
SOAP,
an exquisite skin neautitter, pr- par.-ij
from It, externaliv, and ITTC-i k* HESO .VKST,
the new Blood purifier. Internally, are a post
tlve cure for every form of
Pkln
disc .se, from pimples to srro'ul i.
Sold everywhere.
and blood
Pric
e, ITKHTRA,5oe SOAP
2"»c liis.iL\ KNT. |l. Preoareu bv the 1'oTrK*
Daco AND (JMKMICAI. Co., Ho-ton Mass.
t9~send for--How to cure Skin Il-eases,"
page-s, 50 lilustrarlons, and M0 testluioulala.
OIL.
Concerts
nave been enjoyed by citizens r.f everv tnvn a
city In the V.
8.
Marvelon
CHITS li»vt
aeeaed bv thnnsar.d* if peo|.i.. «ii"
THI WoMtRKri'I. WEALING
w|
tify
HamHn's Wizard Oil.
Neuralgia. Toothache, Hoadache, Earache,
Catarrh, Croup, Sore Threat,
Lame Brc^, Stiff Joints. Contracted Cerdt.
RHEUMATISM,
Sprains, Bruise*, Burns. Fever Soret,
Wounds, Old Sores, Chilblains. Frost
Bites, Sore Nippies, Caked Breasts, ani
All Aches and Pains,
arequicki* relieved hy thi* neti.-ir.il rcmed v. Try it
onr* snrt on "ill never be without It. •ale bf
drUfffOnt^. Price. AOe. Our Poofi tree tn nit
Address WIZARD OIL COMPANY, CHICAGO.
Beautify Your Homos.
IJOHNSTOfS
KAL8SMNE
READY FOR USE.
white a«!fl rhoico colors. Cheaper and Better
than wall paper or oH paint Put liter, nil nnrl'Mee*
kllle *erwe ol' tllsrnst'. Any one can lutt it*
IT IS THE BEST.
IoM fclnl
and IlixhcMt Award** Beware
Of :imrr.'ion*. If not for sale in your town, »nd
Tor sie.npi^ card and price*.
Dry Soiie aM Fresco Paint fcrls.
ri5 & 27 John 8t„ Brooklyn, N. Y.
YOORLASTCHANCE/{/y
TO
Birr
DAKOTA.
Lende at pteeent
LOW PRICES.
VanM ao aeay that the
lead iritt PAY FO*
iTHSLFtafb
teu*. Ptle—
jar* rapUUyad-
tte
fiaist Agricultural lands of the Wist.
Tli»M
Win
THB
CHICAGO
^RBNORTH*
WESTERN
RAILWAY Ca
ui nearly.*
HALF
MILLION
ofcboioel
for sale
ACRES
wfwnunpUndt
in lota to nuttk
Convenkjut to morketa.
Vdl-mtorad. Health*
eumete. Good charcheek
eohoala,and xocinl iulvaii*
tegee. A ration what* fail*
are of etopa hit never been
known. Addreea
CHARLES E. SIMMONS,
Uad Ooea. O. ». W. Badway!
^CHICAGO, ILL.
SAFE INVESTMENT
THE0HLTTRUE
IRON
TONIQ
Will purify the
BLOOD
the
LIVER AUD KTDNEVSU3regulate
Beaiore the HJ2AL.T11 aud VI9.
OB of YOUTH. 1'ynpopsift, Waq|
of Appetl'3. Icdtf e»tiun, Lock it
Btrraalh and Xuixl Fcoliug a a.
ilutcly cured: Bonea, muf.
tlae and tu rves
Tcctnse new
toroe. Enliven* the mind
end supplies Ural
11 Power.
Irotn complainta
1
jjecwliwto tlieiraex.
wUlfluS
n DR. HABTEB'8 IBO*
y euro. Olves
VOHIOa aeA end epeed.i
fky eomplMlon. Xrequ
a
clear,
heat*
uont aitetr.:ta at oounterMfe
tec ealr add to the popularity of the original. Da
OIUOINAL and
eilllriwy'—g^* the 0Hi01At. and JJ£STi
Of. HARTER'S
LIVER PILLS
1 Oonatlpatloa, Liver Con-.rli'^t and
In, Bamplo Daw ei.rt Dream
an receipt of tr.?
/oat* 5on
l*eadaehe
•r"~* aa
I»»t« UJ
puau^e,
HIPHf HARTCR MCDiCIHE COMPANY
II, Leullt Me,

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