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PLAIN inALKli,
W.E. MEAD, Editor.
THURSDAY NOV. 8,1888
TEE ELECTION.
The result of the providential elec
tion at tlii* writing fc-ms to ffi%*e the
preai«h*i«*y to the republican*. Har
rison and Morton we think will have
at l^ast 213 electoral votes. 201 lieiiip
necessary to eleet. Should they
have the elector* of Indiana. Califor
nia and Nevada, a* wow* possible,
their majority in the electoral college
•will be IK.
The administration made the tariff
the Hole ifsue of the campaign and
has pone down with the load. It
inade a brave ami manly fltfht jn be
half of the oppressed and over taxed
people of the country. Had it added
to thin issue the greater and more im
portant one of taking from the cor
porations their control over the cur
retiev of the country, the payment of
the bonded debt ami the repeal of
the national banking system, the re
suit would have been different.
The house of representatives, from
present indications, will be largely
republican.
A man who has practiced medicine
for 40 years, ought to know salt
from sugar read what he says
Toi.jcjm, ».. Jan. 10. 1887.
Messrs.
V. J. ('heiiey
L. L. tiORSlCH. M. D,
(Mice, 215 Summit St
We will give #100 for any case of
Catarrh that cannot be cured with
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Taken inter
nally.
F.J.Chkxky & Co., Props. Toledo, O
§'bold by all druggists. 75c.
There is uncommon fascination in
the brilliant novel entitled "Passe
Rose, bv Arthur Sherburne Hardy, a
fresh instalment of which appears in
the Atlantic Monthly for Novein
ber. This story furnishes abundant
proof that Hardy's remarkable power
as a writer of fiction was not exhaust
ed in his earlier works. "Passe Rose'
is as weird and strange a story as one
could name, yet it is as readable as
"The House of the seven Gables'' de
scribed by Hawthorne himself as
legend, prolonging itself from an
epoch now gray in the distance, down
into our own broad daylight. "3io
vember Chronicle,-' Bradford Torrey
does not deal with the Presidential
contest, but describes in a charming
way the possibilities of an out-door
excursion at this season of the year.
Ellen Terry Johnson contributes an
article on "Tlie after-Suppers of the
King," illustrating the difficult task
of the ladies who sought to excuse
such an unamusable monarch as Lou
is XIV. Much of the genuine value
of the Atlantic lies in the terse, clean
cut, ami vigorous articles on Ameri
can history by John Fiske, the lat
est of which is entitled "The Eve of
Independence." Mr. Fisk's historical
articles are worthy of the highest
praise. Lillie B. Chase Wyiuan con
tinues her •"Studies of Factory Life.'
Miss Murfree her serial story entitled
''The Despot of Broomsedge Cove,'
and William Howe Duwues his paper
on "Boston Painters and Paintings.'
William Uoscoe Thayer contributes
an article on "The Makers of J»ew
Italy," John Trowbridge writes on
'-Economy in College Work," and
Philander Deming, of Albany, Y.
an author from whom we should be
glad to hear oftner, writes a bright
skit entitled "A Lover's Conscience.
The poetry of this number is "The
Fifth Symphony,"' by Lucy C. Bull
and "Dante and Beatrice." by the
California poet, Walter Kelly. A re
view of Mrs. Ward's "Robert Els
mere,'' is timely reading. There are
other excellent notices and reviews
Of new books, the usual "Contribut
ors' Club*' articles, etc. Published by
Jioughton, Mifiiu Co., Boston.
Eruption of the Skis Core4
Brockville, Uutario, Caiuula^f
December 2, I860,
1 have used iirundretb's Pills for
ttm past llfteen years, and think
them the best cathartic and aiiti-bil
ious remedy known. For some liv
years 1 sullered witli an eruptiou of
the skin tiiut gave me £reut pain and
annoyance. 1 tried Uilferent ^lood
remciiicK but. although gaining
strength, the itching was unrelieved
I linaily concluded to take a thor
ough cuiioe of Brandreth's Pills,
took six each night for four nights
then live, lour, tnree, two, lessening
each time by one, and then for one
month took one every night, with
the liappy result that now uiv skin is
perfyrfu- clear and has been so ever
aino*. Ei. VEsagX.
My son has been afflicted with nas
al catarrh since quite oung. 1 was
induced to try Ely's Cream Balm
and before he had used one bottle
that disagreeable catarrhal smell had
all left hitn. He appears as well
anyone, it is the best catarrh retue
dy* in the market.—J. C. Olmsted, Ar
cola. 111.
Mr. A. .Nichols sullered from ca
tarrh for years. He purchased a bot
tie of Ely s Cream Balm of us. He is
now almost cured, and says you can
not recommend it too highly,—Evers
Bros., lruggists. Independence
Iowa. 5f
The immense sale of Chamberlain
Cough Heiuedy has been produced
a great extent, by people who hav
been cured by it telling their friend
aud neighbors of its good qualitie
and urging them to try it. The most
severe cold will soon yield to its
soothing effects. For sale by Lowry
tt Connolly.
Many persons contract severe colds
during fiie early winter months and
permit them to hang on persistentl
all winter, weakening the lungs and
Sroiichitis
aving the way fur catarrh, ciironi
of consumption. Ho one
can atford to neglect a cold. A single
bottle of Chamberlain's Cough item
®dy will cure the most severe eoM
anil costs but 50 cents. For m1* by
Lowry & Connolly.
Lli'-.iLiL
Whe« desire a pleasant physic
try St. -ick's Pills. For sale by
fjiwry if wuavli/i
TAX SALE.
ifTATr. or lowi
How A Kit ColSTY.
office of Comity Trmwiwr.
Nirtlcp i* hereby Riven that 'Hi
Tatriek illons
Nel««ii Tatt
Wm Hiiteman
Otto
Edwin Orowpll
Frank S Jonce
U II Jone*
I) \V Haven
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Marsh
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A Miller
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Thoc II Hughes
& Co.- (ien
tleiueii:—I have been "in the geneiul
practice of medicine for most 40 years,
and would say that in all my practice
and experience, have never seen a
preparation that I could prescribe
with as much confidence of success as
I can Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufac
tured bv you. Have prescribed it a
great many times and its effect is
wonderful, and would say in conclus
ion that I have yet to find a case of
Catarrh that it would not cure, if
they would take it according to di
rections Yours Truly,
CL Drake lotal 4 S» 11 ft
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rcrtl pro|fTty on «hi remain line and un
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leliiMiueiit Uxexof is-., and «ii other r«nl prop
erty that ha* not heen ftdvcrtiwl for the t'occa «f
|revl«m«i years, or on whi tii*es remain due.
I'. T. SKAKLKS. rounty IristMirer
IfeiUd, fresco, Iowa, Nov. *. 1
Name IKwrliition s,-c Tax Coat
ALBION—T. !«•.•—K. 11
Edwin Crowcll n'^nc 7 til 105
ii} nw 7
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Vtarencevllle.
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Lyman Trumaa
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TRIUMPHS IN SHIPS.
ACMBpsrltoa Which Makes Areklme^aa*
Hiern a Coinmon-l'lureCraft.
The learned in the lore of ships will
not forjr» that Ptolemy Philopater,
moved by the Imulable ambition to
transcend every thing tliat had been
tlonc before his time in thf vvf.y of ahlp
buildinpr, constructed a galley with
forty banks of oars, wbieh was of such
huge size that from afar off it waa taken
for a flouting island. Shu was 280
cubits long and 48 cubits high, and the
crew was composed of 400 rowers, 400
sailors and .VXK) soldiers. Ptolemy's
galley, was, however, only a cockboat
in comparison with the ship of Hiero,
which was built under the direction of
Archimedes, and in the frame-work of
which as much timber as would have
been required for fifty great galleys
was used. There were hundreds of
suites of apartments, so ancient authors
tell us, on board this extraordinary
galley. There were banqueting halla,
bath-rooms, a library, gardens, well
stocked fish ponds, stables and a temple
dedicated to the Venus of the sen The
ceilings of the principal saloons
were encrusted with gold, ivory
and mother of pearl, and the
walls wore paneled with paintings
representing the principal scenes in the
Iliad." The gymnasium, fitted with
every appliance for athletic exercises,
was on the upper deck, and the shell of
the ship was protected by an iron ram
part flanked by eight towers, fitted
with warlike machines cnpable of hurl
ing to a distance of half a mile stones of
300 pounds weight, and javelins twelve
cubits in length. All this at the first
blush may read as though Athemeus
ntul the other writers who have treated
of this masterpiece of ancient naval ar
chitecture had l»een adepts not only at
describing balistie and catapults, but
also at drawing the long bow on their
own account. Head, however, by the
light of modern experience, there ceases
to Iks any thing incredible in the glow
ing narrative describing the ship Hiero,
which was clearly only intended to
navigate summer setis and, when its
marvels are compared with those of
such a modern passenger steamer as
the City of New York, the vessel built
under tlio superintendence of Archi
mides becomes almost a tame and com
mon) ilace affair. The splendor of the
old fireek galley pales before the de
scription of the English ocean steamer
56 feet long. 03 feet wide, and 44 feet
in height, and furnished within with
cabins arranged in suites as
sitting rooms, boudoirs, bod
rooms and bath rooms. What would
Ptolomy Philopater, or oven the great
inventor of the great screw propeller
himself, have said to a ship in the
dining saloon of which three hundred
gueftls could refect at once? What
would the epicureans of old hnve said
to the private dining rooms on board a
modern steamer—dining rooms with
drawing rooms en suite, where a "small
and early" can be held sifter the ban
quet—very small and very early, we
should say, on a November afternoon
«hen Atlantic rollers are 'prevalent?
What, with piano-fortes for week days
and an organ for Sunday devotional ex
ereises, hydraulic lifts, a smoking room
accomodating one hundred and fifty
tobaeconalians, a library, suite upon
suite of bath rooms, and the whole
structure converted into floating Vaux
hall lighted by a thousand electric
lamps, it would scarcely seem feasible
to add to the comfort and the refined
luxury which will be enjoyed by those
who are privileged to take passage in
the tremendous galleons of the Trans
atlantic lines.
—London Hpecfator,
JACK TAR'S CONSTANCY.
The Usppy-Oo-l.nrk.v Qualities of the At*
I'mge Seaman.
You find the old qualities present in
the yarn of a Jack arriving unexpect
edly with his jackets lined. He had
been away since the beginning of the
war, and wtis supposed dead. Imme
diately on his arrival he sought his
wife aud child but they had some time
before quitted the home in which ho
had left them, and nobody could tell
him where they had gone. He made
up his mind to discover them, and
started on the seemingly hopeless
quest. By chance, after much aimless
wandering, he -found himself in the
neighborhood of the Seven Dials, and
while passing a street, he heard
woman crying water-crcsses. He list
ened, believing it was the voice of his
wife, but could scarcely credit his
senses, until, on her approaching, he
recognized her, Uttering a loud hur
rah, ho made a jump, snatched the
basket from her arm, threw the cresses
Into the street, and hugged her to
his heart. The poor woman was, of
course, much affected, and wept copi
ously but she was easily prevailed on
to repair to a public house and recruit
her shattered nerves with a drop or two
of gin. After Jack had plied her with
questions, he hauled her away to a
clothes shop, rigged her handsomely
from stem to stern, pitching her old at
tiro into the street, then called a coach
and rode away in triumph, with one leg
out of the window, to show his quality
swearing "that, now he had found his
wandering rib, he wtts the happiest dog
alive, and darn him, but Polly nnd he
would have a night of it." Kqua'ly
characteristic is the story of the sailor'
wife who, having seen hor husband off
at Portsmouth, walked to Loudon, with
the intention of proceeding to North
ampton. Her funds failed hor, and to
complete her distress, a child was born
A couple of sailors hearing of her mis
ery and learning that sho was the wifo of
a brother tar, gave her all the money
they had, wliloh, with a free passage by
*.ho coach, enabled her to reach home.
Clark HuMtWa "Mystery of the
Blur*"
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Adulterated Food in Paris.
The municipal laboratory in Paris
appears to be doing solid work in the
way of inspecting, making analyses of
and passing judgment on the various
articles of food that enter into the
daily consumption of the metropolis.
The inspectors visit the public
markets, the wholesale magazines and
the retail stores. Last year 364,000
pounds ot meat and fish were con
demned, about 1,000,000 pounds
beans, peas, other similar vegetables
and fruit and an immense quantity of
mushrooms. In July, 1886, out of 100
samples of beer examined, 55 were re
ported adulterated. At the close of
the year the percentage of adulteration
was found to havo fallen to 7 per
cent., and, out of 1,481 examinations
made last year, only 3y samples
showed adulteration. The improve
ment. in the quality of the milk drank
in Paris has not been very consider*
ftble in the last year,—^T,
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Durable A
Economical
Are Diamond Dyes. They excel ail others
in Strength, Purity and Fastness. None others
are just as good. Ik-ware of imitations—thcr
are made of cheap and inferior materials and
give poor, weak, crocky colors.
36 colors 10 cents each.
Send postal for Dye Book, Sample Card, directions
for coloring l'hotos., making the fineht Ink ot Milling
(10 cts. a quart), etc. Sold by Iruggi»ls or by
WELLS, RICHARDSON A CO., Burlington, Vt.
War Gilding or Bronsing Fancy Articles, USE
DIAMOND PAINTS.
Gold, Silver, Bronze, Copper. Only 10 Cents.
«yl
CASTOR IA
for
Infants
and
"Ctatert* in so well adapted to
children that I
1 recomnirtiil it
aa
superior to
any prescription
1 lo me."' H.
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PHOTO GALLERY.
HEW FIXTURES.
HEW INSTRUMENTS
FINELY FURNISHED ROOMS.
Photographs taken according to lat
est and best styles.
Artists thoroughly skilled and of
luany year's experience will at
tend to all patrons.
IhNjjiile from the country as well a*
city are invited to call and sitlor
a photograph.
Children's and Babies' photos and
Groupss a specialty,
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
Photo's reduced or enlarge# to any
size.
The Sale Kimball Upright Pianos
Especial attention given to landscape
photography and views.
are of the Best Material and Workmanship,
With ear facilities for manufacture both of Pianos and OrpM, we
mm enabled to produce instruments of the best quality, a!
Lowest Prices.
PRICES REASONABLE.
S. S. MALLERY.
Bert mnd's old stand,
"W". E. DOAK
JEWELER,
fkuft ride of Busti Ave.. E)nta Iowa,
Solicits a share of your patronage,
42 tf
Thecab ^ct or^iin \vn* 'ti Its pres.
ent form hr Manni ,H unltu In 1*61. Oilier
ni iui MHow-'d l?i tlx- munufai-'iire or tin so
In* niiiii'tus. but
!xi
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1
fa-t tli ii ill of ii gnat w
I'rifJiis
hivi' alwH.v* itiihit.ilued tui-lr supremacy as
th b*st 1 1 the w.iri 1
Mnnnn & im:iu offer, us demons!ration of
tli- niifiiii e\r»'I!' iiv of Un tr myaiis. tin*
Hlii
I'xhlblt
ions,
Sinn- th li Of :»r|1*07. In
competition I Y^fyM,T| fiwttli fo^st ma-
ii't* of :i» o u n 1r les
tlit'v have inv.»r
$22 TO $900
Inbly tiikm the
lilghe*' honors. Iim-i 1 .ii-1 \-it.ilrvi*« fn»n.
AiiKni & lluiiiltn .lo nut ii'—Uiit*1 in make tli*
extraordinary claim fof tlirlrptuno*, tli it t!if-y
:irr-sutiertor in ail otliors. Tli» y rc"Kiiiz« tin:
jrh cvceiienro achieved by other lending male
is i i
hr art of plat:0 bulMln^. luit «!lll claim
Ktipcilnritv. 'I liis tliev »tti
IbuiH solely to the
111.1rk.1bli' Improvement Introdui-i-d by thvui
in the \eur 18Si 'icl '.ow know
1
as the
ami.in Piano Sikim i:u.''I.v
-Mason
tlx*
u*e
nf which
*eeur«-(l tlx-trie.re-.t »^ltiii' irliv and iv
ss",PIANOS^* fi
a- (I ci* Spicily for
sn^i usr in tune. Grand &Upright "id other
luipoitaiit :-tv n K *.
A clrcu ar. containing K sUnionlals from
three hnu'lrti! pttich.iM-rs, luu-k-lins, and
tuners, sent, together witn den -rijiUve rata
Wtnie. to any apjiliciint.
Pianos rnd 1
irvans sold tor caMi or easy pay
ments. also rented.
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£L0§xrHtil*
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Lias
For
with Vesttbuied Trains bo*
iwt eu (tticago* Milwaukee, St. Paul and
Minneapolis
Trans-Continental Route between Clilcapo
Council Hiuiln, Omaha ana the 1'aclflc
1'OH.st.
Great National Eoute between Chicago, Kaa
has v li y aim t»t. .lo.sepU, Mo.
5700 Miloa of Boad rcacnin^ all principal
ikmiii»
in
iiiiiioth, vviscon.^tu, Mlunesuta
low j, Missouri an I Dakota.
maps, time t.ibles, rates oi
of
IS
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itot.
passage and
eight, etc,, apnly to the nearest station agent
Ol llie CtftCAOO, MM.WArkKR A MT. PAt l. RaII
pply to the nearest station
HT
wav. or to any Itallroad Agent auj where In the
World
R. MIM.KR, X, T, R. tRPKWTKR
ucn'l Manager, (leo'l Pass.
A
Ticket Agt
tsr-For informal Ion la eference to I.andsand
Towns ow ned by Mie riiioAKo. mii.i.w ai kke
Ht. Pal i. Haii-wat t'OMi-ANT. write to f|. O.H.„
oas, UaftdtoiiimUaloncr. Wuiqb
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The POLICE UAZKTTE will be mailed, se
curely wrapped. toaiiy address In ihe United
Slates lor three mom ht on receipt ot
ONK bol.LAii.
Liberal dlHcount allowed to post masters
agents an i clubs. Sample copies mailed btn,
Addrese at: «rdvi to
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Mr*. I.. A.
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AND
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W. W. Kimball & Co.,
Bkiwhw,
hnn Jacinto, Cal.
"After using six bot
tles of I'aine Celery
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Samuel Hitchiwoh.
Rheumatism
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Kidney
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than any other medi
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Abbott,
Sioux City, Iowa.
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pound has (wen of peat
benefit for torpid liver,
indigestion, and bilious
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iarrhoea. Eructation,
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Kills Worms, givea ale«p, awl promotes 4ft»
reation.
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Ths
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CHICAGO. ILL.
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—OF—
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LATEST PATERNS AND
First-class Goods
to be sold at the very
Lowest Figures.
tot
All are invited to call and examine
before purchasing, (iet bargains
while you can.
We have a No. 1, Jeweler who will
fix your Watches so they will keep
good time.
H, L. PRICE.
JEstatftishert 18«9.
U. TuLmi, It,
D|R|UfflG|l|8IT,J
Lime Springs, Iowa
Carries a Large Stock of
Drugs & ledicines,
81-IUilCAl. INSTRUMENTS^
Mid all other lines ot goods usually sold In flrst
clasi drug-sto'en, beside which too
Has a large
WELL HK1.KCTED STOCK
—OF-
WINDOW SHADE8,
Curtain Fixture*, Toys
and JVotiau*, aftto,
School Books, Stationery
Toilet •irlicles,
Picture frame*, Vases
and a choice assortment of
Gold Pens) I'ocket Cutlery*
Purses,
And a Vull Stock of
(Dffice Stat'onetij,
Blank Hooks, Jtc.9
Jtt Very E*ow Prices
(J EO. M. VAN LEU YEN, Jr,
18. 20.
OEUUNAL NOTICE.
Rose Storm,
vs.
Ilenry storm.
T»thp Herend uir »l»ovcNamed:
Von are hereby notilt- iliui ontlio 1.1th dav
ot Nove nber lHHS.'tlielr will be on lllle in the
i lerkH offleo of the lilftti lel C.iiiri oljihe State of
I'uva, ir a fl for iioM-.ml eotinty, tli»* petition of
Hie plalntlt*. i iutiulntr of you a illvmee from
tlie bonds or mat imony on the ground
0
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Its good effects to try.
Because 'twill help you through your work
At such a rapid rate,
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That you'll have time to master all you care to undertake.
All Grocers sell SANTA CLAUS SOAP.
Made by N. K. FAIRBANK ft CO., CHICAGO.
IflltCRfEnsilage aid Fodder Cutters
i. J. LOWRY, Pres. K. BKRG. V. Pre3. ROBERT THOMSON, Cash'r.
P.RESCO IINIOH Ravines BMIK.
^CAPITAL 9100,000.00.^
Liability of Stockholders $200,000.00
CapitAl
And all the approved styles of
SEWINC MACHINES,
ObderUking will luro Prompt
Itteatton Ib all Depai-twenta.
&
ro*
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OO TO
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VIA THE
ST. PAUL, MINNEAPOLIS,
& MANITOBA SY.
A MAGNIFICENT
Caily Train Service!
"The Montana Express,"
WILL HE INAUGURATED
NOVEMBER 10, 1888.
Elegant Dining Cars,
Drawing Boom
de
^•rtloii and inhuman MVHitnent and Cor oth'1
rellcr. And that you are required to appear
in
id a iswn bemie noon of llie MH-oad di'.v to
the iine at the next term of a ild Court, to b«
held ai the conn house in i reaco. Innaldeown
to on the 80th day Novembr ivW or your de
fault wl be taken and Judgment rendoi*d
Okjftlnst you us praytd for In RMidjietlUon.
jrayvd ror in aald petition.
c, iioioi Visiatur.
Handsome Day Coaches
—AND—
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With Kitchkx and Lavatory.
THE ONLY LINE TO
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GREAT FALLS,
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inquire of your own Ticket Agent, or
f, I. WHITNEY.
The three wise men
of Gotham
Would not have
been so wise,
Had they not sought
for knowledge,
And used their ears
and eyes
In getting infor
mation
Of every sort and kind,
Instead of going through
the world
Like men both deaf and blind.
And you can be as wise as they,
If you but choose to buy
All sices. Only SclffMcr mc. Carrlm of any
lengtb can be atteebed. Powsm of all kind tnmlStaM
ROW TO MNLD A SILO!
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unUirrfKU.
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OualscMaad prise list
BEkLK CITY MFC/CO..,iRacine, WIS.
of any Savings Bank in Northern Iowft-jD
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Special Advantages for Making Loans.
Deposits received in sums oj ONE DOLLAR and upwards, on which
PEE CENT INTEREST will be paid on the first day of April of
each year, as per rule* and regulations of the Bank.
mr INTEREST PAID ON TIME CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT.
Cos*s*e*pond«BB
EtY's
Cleanses the
Nasui Pasna^eh,
Allay** Pain and
Intia mation,
Healg the Sores,
Restores the
Senses of
and Smell
H.
Gen'l Paae. and Tkt. Agent.
^t« MiAQ.
FITS
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Corbin Banking Company. New York City S. A. Kean & Company, Chi
cago: National Exchange Bank, Milwaukee Merchants National Bank,
St. Paul.
J. Lowry, Robert Thomson, C. D. NICHOLS, B. J. McHugx, O. K.
Bkrg, C. F. Stremkl, and Wm. Thkophilus.
MEVERDEN'S
Furniture Wararooms
I1T CHSSCO
Are fully stocked at ell times wltfe
Extension Tablet,
Secretaries, Bookcases,
Wardrobes, Bureaus,
Bedsteads, Chairs,
Lounges and Sofas,
Spring Beds, Mattresses,
Braokets, What-NoW»
Looking-Giasses,
Picture Frames,
Curtain Cornices,
u
©HIGAGO
16195®
ATARRH
Cream Balml
Hmekb
Try the Cure.
A particle in applied Into each nostril and
6.
Sleepen,
"is
agreeable. Price 60 cents at Dniffglfts by
mall, registered (H cts. ELY BROTHEKB, 58
Warren street, New York. giyj
Wiuim
Will do all kinds ot
CARRIAGE ft BUGGY
WORK. SLEIGHS AND
CUTTERS MADE OF BEST MATE
RIALand WORKMANSHIP.
nr~8peclal
attention to repairs and light work.
Shop with R. WENTWOHTH, Ulacksmltli.
opposite KIcmlnjf'H Lumbei Yard, where all
kinds of Blacksuilthing la done In flist-class
siylf. Terms reasonable, work the best nualU
ly, whether In wood or Iron. Byl
HAY WANTED.
A
few tons of {rood hay will find
a
buyer at this office from parties who,
for lo, these many vears a:e indebted
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