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Have You Heard
|Hiat Ayer's Clierry Pectoral haa
done ami is doing for thousands in tho
Aire rf (olds, Conglw, i'ncumonia,
Bronchitis, ami even Consumption?
iror this class of complaints, Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral stand* far ahead of
•U other specifics.
OcoT}r« W. Dick, of Newton, Mam.,
a??'? "Two yearn ago I took a severe
«»Id, being neglected, was fol
lowed by
A Terrible Cough.
I lout flesh rapidly, had night sweats,
and wan
soon
routined to my bed.
A
friend ail vised the use of Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral. 1 ltcgan to take this medicine
f«nd,
before finishing the tir »t bottle, was
l« to xit np. Four bottles effected a
Tieet cure."
Ayer'g Cherry Pectoral,
»r« l.y |r..? ('. Aver ft Co., Lowell,
MM
by all bruggiau. price $1 aix bottles, $*.
RAILROAD TIME TABUE.
Chicago, Mil.& l.PaDlRailway
Trains arrives «s folio
wa.
oeiNa WEST.
Passenger 11:50 a
Passenger 2:25 am
Accommodation ,....11:20 a
Accommodation.......... 10:58 am
No Monday morning west.
GOING EAST.
Passenger 3:48 ft
Passenger 1:48 am
Accommodation 2:37
Accommodation... 11:12a
Ko Saturday night east.
L. T. WOODCOCK, Ag»t
Cresco, Iowa
Advertiaiug Rates.
One column, (1 eol. wide) one year. ffoo
six months, tK»
three monthSi S5
one month, 80
Beading notices, Bourgolse type, 10 cents per
SMnted line.
Rpeclal notices among business notices 5 cents
per counted line.
Bourgeois reading notices In conjunction with
standing ads 5 cents per counted line each
week.
CHURCH DIRECTOKV.
OONORELATIONAL Cm?BCH.—semens erery
Sunday at 11:00 A.M. and 7:00 P.M. Sunday
School after morning service. Prayer meeting
Wednesday evening
11
Sunday at
RBV. A. 8. NCCONNIU-, Pastor.
rrnooisT
EPISCOPALCHURCH.-servicesevery
11:00
A. M. and 7:00 R. M. Sunday
School after morning service. Prayer meeting
every Thursday evening.
KBV. FRANK COLM AN, Pastor.
BAPTIST CncacH. -Services every Sunday at
11:00 A. M. and 7:00 P. M. sundiy school after
morning service. I'rayer meeting every Wed
aesday evening. RKV. O. W. CATLIN. Pastor.
CATHOLIC CHUKCH.—Services every Sunday at
11:00 A. M. and 3:00 p. M. Sunday School every
Sunday at i:oo r. u.
Kiv.
M. A. MCCAKTST, Pastor.
OtaMAN LUTHERAN CHCKCH.—Services every
Sunday at 10:80, forenoon, and 2:80, afternoon,
alternately. RBV. K. HKIMANK, Pabtor.
L. A. K. of L. 4343.
Its regular meeting will occur as follows: at.
tMlr lla'.l over Meverden's Furniture
Store: Prom 2 to 4 p. m., the Klrat and Third
Tuesday or each month. At 7:30 p. m., on all
other Saturdays of the month. lOtf
CRESCO MARKET.
TO-DAYS QUOTATIONS.
Wheat No. 2, 90c. Wheat N o. 8,80.
Barley, 40c to 50
Oats, ltic to 20c.
Corn, 25 to 30
Hay. tamo .00 Wild $3
Time thy seed. $1.20
Flax $1.30
Clover, $i 5u to $
Hogs, live, $4.80 to$5.00
Beef on foot, 2c to 2+c
Sheep per head $2.00 to $3.00.
Hides, green
Lard, 10c
Tallow, 3c.
Butter—Table, $2e. Common, 10c
Eggs, per dozen, 16
Potatoes, 20 to
Apples per barrel, $ to $2Jfl
Beans per bushel, $3.00.
Salt per barrel. $1.35.
Wood, green, $3.50. Dry 5.00.
Wool, unwashed to 20c.
Lime, 40c per bushel
Honey. 15
Onions. $ .50
PlourJ$l.70 Straight, Patent $1.90
Kerosene. 15 to 20c
Corn meal 40c
Graham. 55c
Live Poultry 5$c to fli
FRED. MARTIN
•seacalni
CENTENNIAL MEAT MARKET,
Which wiU, at all times, be (tally
•applied with the best
ibeeomtrj
Our terms* will coatiniie to be
cash in buying or telling. We
(like pleasure in referring to the
pstroiifl of thin market, and asunre
them that we ahali keep a fell stock
of
Fresh and Salt Meats!
arl OMTRT la Its
riSH, BINS
and BACOK.
QTCsili paid far Fat CstOs,
CaJv** saiUUe tor the aarfci
CENTENNIAL BLOCK,
rum
IOWA.
Iwrt A »AVifa WANTED. Write
JU1V6 AgBliuSscct'v
Buffalo Mutual
£prtdcnt and Sick Beneiit Association, Buffalo,
HOGS & CATTLE SLAUGHTERED
Every day in the week.
Price $1.00 a head. Hogs conveyed
to and from the Slaughter house.
2tf CHAS. A. BROOKS.
^re a* FIcM and Hmwltal Nfnw-" PjSff ™5
ft*™*1'.'"
tall of
hadowe "aid
ITOIWIII MM W^I
1
ill of ^latnhtrr nmi tear*,' ft thrilUnylnJereit
Ithoa It $ew a* tight to ail SpWndTd StcfMlatM
u n o u o a e S a n s o e E o S o
9omifS9 honk forMen and Womti A|tiiU 019f w
month mad*, mr
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Tern*.
«?C0HE
WriU for cireuUw
WATCH FREE
it |lf
vouwll»ln6#d«y»
w* will
If
voa Mil
In
(Maya w* will
•onil you
on* vitcti free.
Tliin rt'Ki't*r SSS-00 Ladiwr
vntohwill
b* aent C. O. D.,
cultjA-t examination.
any
IUIIIto
VM
on receipt of ft
cents In postage itamps a«
guarantee that watcu li OI^
dertsl in good alt hi if found
perf.i-iljr »atlhfactory and
txacily a* repn'nented, yott
pay tho balance $6.47at your
xpr'w» office othcrwtajyott
co not pay one cent. Toln
t.-»Uuro our «rood«, we otre
this tine Lndlea'bcftvysola
rlnttul or fllled ant tits o«
watch which In Hchljr
trrtwed and ornamented
liuiul.
it U hulf H», watehl*
ul*rlnllei*j«e. We
hnTo in lo
I'lklset).«»«mofront
lit in-icc
color anil* va rrn nUil
a A'ttiiitkinn hnl"tt!rf» ci%»l"W tTAilt ila.UCO bfllW PCP
ir uraft lv nv'ilatra ami ajlluhtod, ilchly
ut. ir. nulno im^ rtud movement,
^.T th.^rVo'V. a, ,' u.. I i:nc ki-UKi*. Tho»c who
Mllgf't one of tlK'P buautlfiil Ladlet
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PLAIN DEALER,
THUR8DAY NOV. 8. 1888.
For cheap goods call on Cheap
Jim, one door south of Frank Glass
store.
See Deljaiufs advertisement on
fourth page.
The Eldridge Sewing Machine ad
vertised on fourth page is sold by J.
B. Caward & Co.
W. A. Glass has bought the house
and lots of Mr. A. Merwin, who has
moved to Missouri with his family,
having secured employment there at
his trade.
Hood's Sersaparilla is a purely veg»
etable preparation, being free frotn
injurious ingredients. It is peculiar
in its* curative power.
Prof. A. W. Rich, principal of De
corah Business Institute, teaches
what business men practice. Full
course $30.
W. C. Nichols & Son's sales of last
week amounted to a trifle over $2000
for blooded stock from the Holland
Farm, which shows that good stock
is selling of which Heron. Nichols &
Son have lots of. Among their sales
were four cows and one bull to A J,
Vafed of Alexandria, Dak., of which
Mr Vafed is the happy owner of Liz
zie Nichols, and the noted young bull
Prince of Paula 2d, a grandson of
Paula 3d a pair of Shropshire sheep
to L. M. Hartley of Racine, Wis. and
two line two-year-old rams (Prize erf
the West and Campbells No. 102) to a
gentleman at Storm Lake, Iowa.
Do you suffer with catarrh? You
can be cured if you take Hood's Sar
saparilla, the great blood piirifltr
Sold by all druggists.
OPERA"HOUSE
One Night Only,
FRIDAY, NOV. 9th.
The Popular Actor, Edwin Ta&ner in
DR. JEKYLL
AND
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Something New in Photographs.
I will give with every one dozen
cabinet photos, one finely finished en
graved photo, size 8x14, different de
signs. Call and secure one before all
are gone
S.
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MR. HYDE.
POWERFUL COMPANY
.BEAUTIFUL SCENERY,
Prices 25 and 35 cts. Reserved seats
50c at Loutas Bros.
WANTKD—25 boys to appear in the
grand church scene. Call at Stroth*
er House at 10 o'clock a. iu.
LAWRKXCK
Common Sense
81iould be used in attempting to cure
that very disagreeable disease, ca
tarih. A catarrh originates in im
purities in the blood, local applica
tions can do no permuuent good.
The common sense method of treat
ment is to purify the blood, and for
this purpose there is no preparation
superior to Hood's Sarsaparilla. Th
peculiar medicine does cure ca.
tarrh is shown by the many testimo
nials from people who have found re-'
lief upon using it when all others,had
failed. A book containing state
ments of cures sent on receipt of two.
cent stamp by C. I. HOOD ft CO.
Lowell, Mass.
Killed by the Can.
Benj. F. Brown, the youngest son
of Hon. J. H., and Melinda Brown of
this place, was crushed between two
cart, at Duluth, Minn., on the 2nd of
November, death resulting therefrom
in about thirty minutes. He had
charge of one of the coal docks at
Duluth, and where the cars passed
eachother they run so near that a
timber or plank is used to keep thein
apart. It seems he was adjusting
this when the trains were meeting)and
missed some way and was caught and
crushed. He was 25 years of age last
March. He leaves a little boy, who
is with his grand-mother at Osseo,
Minn., his mother having died about
one year since. The family and
friends have the sympathy of the
people in this great aftlitftion.
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S. MALLKRX.
Bertrand's old stand.
Last Notiee.
All parties indebted to the old firm
of V. and J. Flemming& Co., either
on past due notes or book accounts
are rt quested to call on H. C. Burgees
and settle same at once. The affairs
of the estate must be settled.
6tf WM. FLKMMING, Admr.
English Spavin Liniment removes
ail Hard, Soft, or Calloused Lumps
and blemishes from horses, Blood
Spuvin, Curbs, Splints, Sweeney,
Ring-bone, Stilies Sprains, all Swollen
Throats, Coughs, etc. Save #50 by
use of one bottle. Warranted. Sold
by L»r. J. J. Clemmer, Druggist, Cres
co, Iowa. 35t26
Itch. Mange, and Scratches on hu
man or animals cured in 30 minutes
by Woodford's Sanitary Lotion. This
never fails. Sold by Dr. J. J. Clem
uier, Druggist, Cresco, la, 5m6
Over 300 prizes to be given away to
the ones guessing nearest to the pop
ular vote that elects the next president
including several large cash prizes,
ltf A. H.
n.
rrtaln
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beaut
9 ••07, WAS
3 8
CAWARD.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
When Baby was tick, we gave her Castoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria,
When she had Children,
she gave them Castoria
CONSUMPTION CURED.
An old physician, retired from practice, Uav
IBK li id plawd lu lils hands by an EuM. India
uiisblouitry the formula of a simple vi'Keiublr
remedy lor the speedy and permanent cure of
i'cusurniition, ItronehlilH, Axtlima all thou'
and I.UUK' Alf« I iluns, also a poaltlve and radical
eure for dervous lit blllty and all Nervous
com
pluluia, alter having tested its wonderlul cura
live pjwers in I liousaiuls of cantis, lias felt
Ids duty to make
it
known to his suffering (el
lows. Actuated by this motive and desire
lell. ve human suffering, 1 will send tree
charts, to all who dexirei:, this recipe, in Mer
man French or Kn^llsh, with full directions
lor preparing and uamg. sent b.v mall by ad
dressing Nth stamp, naming this paper.
NOYKS, 149. Powers Block, Rochester,
New York. 4eowyl
American Fat Stock Show to be Held
at Chicago, Nov. 13, to 24.
Tickets will be sold Nov. 12, 14, 10
11),21,23,to be good only on those dates
aiul good returning within five days
froia and including dates of sale.
Exhibitors will be given reduction
of fare and a third on the cer
tificate plan. Certificates to be hon
ored no later than Nov. 28.
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Squire Hobb's Precepts.
We never thoroughly know a man
until we hear him laugh.
Despair is the gateway to insanity.
Argument will pull a wise man
down to the level of a fool,
but it never raises a fool
up to the plane of a wise man.
Fame, like lightning, generally
strikes the man who is not expecting
it
Originality is the faculty of adapt
ing an old Idea to a new occasion.
When a man ventures an opinion
he *411 find some one who opposes it.
Hence a man without opposition is a
man without opinions.—The Century
Brio-a-Brac.
Hood's
Sarsaparilla
Is a peculiar medicine, and Is carefully pre*
pared by competent pharmacists. The
Creates an Appetite
I used Hood's Sarsaparilla to cleanse my
Mood and tone up my system. It gave me a
good appetite and seemed to build me over."
S,
M. HALE, Lima, Ohio,
I took Hood's Sarsaparilla for cancerous
humor, and It began to act unlike anything
else. It cured the humor, and seemed to
tone up the whole body and give me new
lite." J. P. Nix ox, Cambrldgeport, Haas.
Send tor book giving statements o( cures.
Hood's 8arsaparilla
SoMbysUdrucglsts. #1 six for #5. Prepared onlj
by C. I. HOOD CO,, Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass.
IOO Doses One Dollar
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WAHTBD. Permanent posi
tions guaranteed with BALA'
RT AND EXPENSIS PAID. Auyde
termined man can succeed with us.
Peculiar advantages to beginners.
Stock complete, including many fast
selling specialties. Outfit free.
Address at once, (Name this paper.)
BROWN BROTHERS,
Nurserymen, CHICAGO, III.
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What $8.00 Will Do
It wffl pay for the St. Paul Daily
Globe one year also for a copy of the
Globe Cook book, worth $1.00,
for the Plain Dealer one year.
For these rates auplicaf
payment must be made at
com-
Mnation and proportion of Sarsaparilla, Dan
delion, Mandrake, Yellow Dock, and other
remedial agents is exclusively peculiar to
Ilood's Sarsaparilla, cWing it strength and
curative power superior to other prepa
rations. A trial will convince you et Its
great medicinal value. Hood's Sarsaparilla
Purifies the Blood
creates and sharpens the appetite, stimulates
the digestion, and gives strength to every
organ of the body. It cures the most severe
eases ot Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Bolls, Pimples,
and all other afteetlons caused by impure
blood. Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Headache,
Kidney and Liver Complaints, Catarrh, Rheu
matism, and that extreme tired feeling.
ilood's Sarsaparilla bas helped pie more
lor catarrh and Impure blood than anything
else I ever used." A, BALL, Syracuse, N. Y.
rexamined
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and give* new life and
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and
What $2.60 Will Do.
It will pay for the Sunday Globe
one year, for a copy of the Globt1
Cook book and for the Plain Deatei
one year.
What $2.00 Will Do.
It will pay for the St. Paul Weekly
Globe one year, a carefully edited 64|
column paper, containing an instruc
tive Farmer's department as well as
the news of the entire world also for|
a copy of the Globe Cook book
the Plain Dealer for one year
and!
Persons having pension or otlierl
claims against the government whicbl
have been long pending, as well asl
those who have never presented!
their claims, would do well to corres-r
pond with GMO. M. VANLKCVKN Jr.
Pension Attorney,
jjgtf Lime Springs, lowa.|
—"Don't fret, John/' said Mrs.
Wiggins. "You've lost nearly everyl
thing you had in the world, I know,
but remember you've still got me.
"Yes," said John, with another heart
felt groan. "That's just what I was|
thinking."—Journal of Education.
—Proprietor (to recently engagodl
waiter)—"You will have to go I can't
keep you." New waiter—"What'«|
the matter?" Proprietor—"When'
ever a customer asks you if the flsh is
fresh you get red in the faoo. You'll
break up the whole business in a sbortj
time."—Texas Siflingt.
—"How many sons have you?'
"Three, and two of them are right
good boys." "What's the matter with
the third?" "Well, you see, Tom and
Bill stuck to the farm and worthed
hard hut Jim he went to the pity,
he's never done a lick of work."
"What business is he in?" "He's n
ohampion of the laboring man,"—£»*•
coin Journal.
—Attorney (to colored witness)
"Mr. White, I understand that you de*
tected a discrepancy between the two
statements made to you by the pris
oner," Mr. White—"No, sah, I dldn'
'tec' no 'scropaney. What I said wug
dat de fust time he done tole me he
crib dat ham, on' de nex' time he
sayed he nebber saw de ole piooe ob
meat"—Zrate'» Mugazine.
-She-."Mr. Faintheart, did you
read that sad case in New York where
that poor girl died from heart disease
on receiving a proposal?" He
"Yes, it was sad." She—"Very,
indeed. What made it more in
teresting to me was the faot that the
doctor ray heart only last
week and found it perfectly sound."
Before be went home one chair waa
mwefceHmiw
ik-
J. Mead an1 wife, dated April 15, 1870, and
recorded in Howard county moti^a^e records
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THREE
Made-
1st Division of C. St. P. & K. C. Ry., Howard Co. Iowa.
LOTS FOR SALE 0IIEAP*AND ON VERY EA8Y TERMS.
1 Choice busineea lots on Main Street, 25x140, price $100 to #800,
XvJw easy tenns.
dwe,linKlot8'
10,
JOHN COYLE,
.tion and|
this office.
50*140 feet, only |50 to #150, easy terms.
Ehua town site has an elegant location for a new town. Is the division Of
the C. St. P. & K C. Ry. Has a territory of 15 miles from any town
East, West. North or South, to draw trade from. New build
ings and big improvements will be made this yeMK
Prospects of two more railroads coming into
the town, and one partly graded.
Good openings for any kind of business enterprises.
Now k the time to come to a live town and make a good investment, before
the general advance. Property is being sold at very low figures so
as to enable parties to locate here.
4 passenger trains a day, making connections with other roads for any point.
Remember Elma is a division point on the main line of the C., St. P. & K.C.
Ry., and a large number of men are constantly employed
by the Railway Company.
For further information, write or apply to
WALTER FLORENCE,
Office in "Bank of Elma. 42t26
HINDERCORNS.
PARKER S LINGER TONIC
'l'he best of all remedies for
Inward Paiu«, Colic, Iniiiges
tion, Exhaustion anil all Stom
ach »nJ lJowel troubles.
the most eflcctiva euro fori
Coughs, CoIJs, ISronchitis and I
affections of the breathing 1
organs. It remotes refreshing
ilecp, improves the appetite,
overcomes nervous prostration,
Mrcngth
ito th« weak and aged. 50c. and at DtgguhU.
OUX K- LIOUT,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Special att* ntlon glvrn to collections*
Itvofltce orer Bank of Elma, EI.MA. IOWA.^TJL
Do you want the best lime for thel
lleast uiouev? If so, come to thel
Cresco Itrick and Tile Manufactory!
for it and get prices: also for plaster-1
ing liair, cement and stucco.
86tf N. B. WHEBLBB.
ORIGIXAL NOTICE.
Iln the District court ot Howard county, Iowa
November Term. isss.
P. J.
Mead Plalutlll,
v*.
phlltp Hclif.v, surviving partner of the firm of
H. J. Taylor & co., oeo. II. Taylor, and Kate
Taylor II, J. lay lor t-t. ul. Defendants:
To th* Defendants Above Named:
You are hereby notified that on or before
Oct, amh lsss. on tile In the office of the Cleric
of the District Court, in and for the county of
ilowaril. state of Iuwa, a petition of the plaln
tltTaboxe named, claiming of you that a cer
tain mortgage made to ll.J. Taylor & Co., by
and 11. Block
Baldwin'# addition locravu, Howard Co.,
Iowa, has been paid in full, and a*Mnif the
Court make an order discharging said mort.
e of record and that the said mortgage be
leoreed s ttlsrted anil discha gfd aud that the
lien or cloud on plaintiffs title by reason oi said
mortgage be removed and title to the above
desenlH-d premises be quieted in plaintiff as
against any and all ot the defendants, with
such other relief as may be proper aud equita
ble.
And that unless you appear thereto and
defend before i)'*"!
of
l'lC
second duyjof^the
)l the secoiui uay oi uie
i eoui I appointed to be held
i said couhty, conimonoltitf
nevt term of tiie baia
at the court house In
on the »'th day of
will be entered and a Judgment rendered against
you the iron, In accordance with the prayer of
said petition.
Nov. 188S, your dei»uli
JOHN McCOOK.
3t Attorney for Plaintiff.
The Basset fftecaij]
-:1N:-
Alleman's Building,
CRESCO, IOWA, BY
SUCCESSORS TO N. LOBDELL.
We aim to keep the best in iuality|
in every line of goodfc. We
mean to sell at the low
est living prices.
FINE STATIONERY
WALL PAPERS, EN V ELOPES,|
BOOKS, MAGAZINES, and
THE ONLY NEWS
STAND IN
CRESCO FOR THE
SALE OF ALL THE TH!
DAILY AND WEEKLY PAPERS.I
We sell tho most popular brands of
G^FLOTJB^it)
In the Market
And make a specialty of flnp
Table Butter.
Highest Prices Paid for Fine Table
Butter and Freshly laid Eggs,
Come and examine our stock, learn
our prices and try our goods.
THE FUN WASHES,
The»*rrN WASIIKK" istheONI.Y WASITEll
that succot-hfully uoiuuniesin one ifiachlne, and
changes at will e*ery movement or principle
used in washing clothes.
It l:utis. Swashes, Pounds and Squeezes, aud,
most effective aiul easy of all. every upward
stroke-is a miction and washing Is be»t done
with a stiff arm i-iiuridng-uct|on, up an 1 down
orfromsfde to side, upou the clot lies jn hot
suds.
It Is the simplest and easjeit. |u fact there Is
no (.'lollies Washer known that has such variety
.and Ease of Movement, or Thoroughness ot
work or. In short, that )i,is so many, and such
Strong points n commend It to the Public
l'Hu'E: Each with turned legs and Vest style
o( Unl-ii, «8.U0.
$1'-' buys one Kl'N Washer ttuishwl, or fio
buys one in the knock.domi, aud d^ed of any
unfold county in the l*. s. until territory Is all
sold.
full directions with each machine.
Now Is the lime toeuoose your territory.
Address THE Kl'N WAsilEU COMl'ASX, or
W. 8. Y0VN0, Belvidere, IU,
Land Agent,
ELMA, IOWA.
PARKER'S
HAIR BAL8AM
Cleanses and beautifies the hair.
Promote* a luxuriant growth.
Never Fail* to Restore Gray
Hair to its Yoathful Color,
.Prevent* I 'Rii lr uir ari'l hair fat
GREAT
Reduction inl
In order to reduce my Stock to make|
room for New Goods, I will
sell for a limited time the
following goods at
Greatly Reduced Prices.)
Gents Fine Shoes,
Ladies and Childrens'l
Mens' Workinj
Apparrel, including
Boots Shoes & Gloves,I
oim£3to
the bargan
the above Goods that I will offer,
have a full line of
GROCERIES,
that will be sold at Bed-Rock Prices.
X1. A.GLASS,
CRUaCO, IOWA. I
The Great Secret
Of exceptionally long and abundant
hair may uever be solved but that
FRED HYAN.| Ayer's Hair Vigor preserves the hair
in all its beauty and luxuriance, and
even restores it, when thin and gray, la
Well Known.
P. J. Cullen, Saratoga Springs,
J. T. Gibson. 1X5 Hope
Hav Lost, How Restored!
|UmIi»UUU, tt new edi'loa ot
Dr. Culver well's Celebrated Essay
ou the radical cure ot SKBKM ATOKUKA or lnca
pacltjr indueea b.v exeess or early IndlscreUon.
The celebrated aut hor, In this admirable es
say, clearly demonstrates from a thirty years'
successful practice, that the alarming conse
quences of early error may be radically
pointing out a mode of cup,* ut sin*pie,
certain, mid offwtuul, yy means of \v Ulchevery
outtnier. no ly itlcr what his condition may be,
may cure himself chcaply, privately aud radi
cally.
WThls iccturc should be in the bands of
every outh and every than iu the land.
Sent under i»)ul. in a plain envelope, to any
addrc**, |K«t-.p i4d, ou receipt of tour cents oil
two postage stamps. Address,
The CULVEltVVELL MEDICAL CO.
41 Ann St., New York, N. Y
7-*®-yl Post cmce Box 4*S.
GRATEFUL COMFORTING.
EPPS'S COCOA.I
BREAKFAST
'By a thorough knowledge of »he naturall
laws which govern tho operations oi digestion I
and nutrition, and 1* a careful application of
the Hue pro|ei-Mftof weii-«e!»ctea I'ocoa, Mr.
Epps has provided our breakfast, tables with a
delicately flavored beverage which may save us
many heavy doctor's bll's Ills by the JudlU-1
lous use or such articles of diet that a oonsUtu-l
tlon may be gradually built up until *troutfl
enough to IVMH every tendency to disease.
Hundred* of stil tie maladies are float I tig around
u» ready to attack whert veo there is a weak
point. We may escape many a fatal shaft byI
keeping ourselves well fort Ifled wl« ii pure blood
and a properly nourished fraiu« "—Civil ser-l
vicc tia/ette. Made simply with bolllog waterl
or tullk. Sol'l only 1m halt-pound Una, by
ilroeers. labelled thus:
AXES IFF! 4
-SEWIN G.*.MACHINES.-
ELDRIDGE
GRAND,
-STANDARD
MnL
with a full stock of the
WOODMANSE
Automatic, Self Regulating
WIND MILLS,
—Wood and Iron—
U S
We furnistt the best and cheapest
Wind Mill and pump in the market,
Brackets
I Sawed to any pattern, Scroll wottc,
Sitting and cross-cut sawing
done to order.
Blacksmithing
i« «n branches will have pro"**
attention.
Water Xante
made to order.
Wagon Work
and repairing of every description
Well Drilling Tools
made or repaired.
Terms reasonable, prices lew.
In addition to thebargans in I iWiw Ullli
N. Y..
writes My father, at about the age of
fifty, lost all the hair from the top of his
heatl. After one month's trial of Ayer's
Hair Vigor, the hair began coming, and.
in three months, he had a fine growth ot
hair of the natural color.*'
St.,
Iluntley,
Staffordshire, Eng., says I have seen
young men in South Australia quite
gray, whose hair has been restored to ita
natural eolor after using but one bottle
of Ayer's Hair Vigor."
Ayer's Hair Vigor,
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer fc Co., Lowell,
bold ly Dniggfeu and P«rfua»ra.
A N O O
CO., Hrmoeo^athlu chemists, I
(Inch
v-
of The Best Machines
Call and See Them at
J. B. Caward & Co's.
The Novelty Works in Fall Blast,
A. N. WENTWORTH, Prop.
THE WINNING TICKET.
Where you get the most and the best goods for the least money.
BD
In Centennial Block, gives Bargains that will Astonish
Cash buys his goods when prices are way down.
Customers get the benefit of his low prices.
In the Bace for Cheap Bargains and Fine Goooda
GRIT,GUMPTION and GREENBAX
-WILL DISTANCE-
BRAG, BLOW and BLUSTER.
Come and Examine Goods and COMPARE PRICES.
WE CLAIM the TEST of QUALITY AND CHEAPNESS.
P.LOSED.
EITHER
But Full to Overflowing with
Stock of
j,
Yes.
flUT, $OLO
or STOLE OUT,
and Druggists Sundries ever Shown in
This immense stock embraces Paints, Oils,
Patent Medicines, School, Miscelaneous and
Blank Books, Wall Paper, Clocks, Watches,
Jewelry, and a full line of flue Stationery.
The finest brands of Oigars always on tap.
Prescriptions carefully and accurately
compounded.
Holiday goods suitable to all ages and con
ditions and enough for everybody, will arrive
in due season, at the
Palace Drugf Store of
EXHAUSTED VITALITY
DR H.C. PRICE.
TI.IFE,
St.
ii
HE SCIENCE OP
the great
Medical Work of tho
age ouManhood,Xerr
oua and Physical De
bllity, Premature De
cline, Errors of Youth,
land the untold miser­
KIOW THYSELF
ies consequent thereon. 3^*1 INUCM S VO., ITS pre
scriptions for all diseases. Clotu, mil gilt, on!? 91.00,
by iastt.»ealttd. llimttratlve Munple free to all roting
awl midtlle-Agvd men. Send now. The .i»ld and
Jewelled Medal awarded to the
author hy the Nation
al Medical Association. AMrc*» P.O. Bx 1
ton, Mans., or Dr. W. II. PAUKER,gn\l\uiHof itar
vsrd Medical College, year*' l***uce in Boston
who mar be consul, ud coutuientially. Office, Ko. w
Bui
^Mclnlty, Diseases of Man.
dUMIl MH V«iM|aimiMtlic«l»
0"L
the Large*!
«k* WITTIEST,PRKTTIKST JUVINILOT
QUEER PEOSjErai.Vrc^
eiainrs Ag] wmas raws
ooBLim CLAIM
$1.00 JWWL 16C. ^|l.N
(Elopement »ftkEWrog and the
It: *'/f
JIdli. t'luit.Ml P. l»f,
MMWJ
Full ef tie* oddest pranks, ehariiifna atoriM
nations by tne PrlM«
ipnr*Mly. 11
my of
laiuiii«|ravokiuii illustrations by
Juvuuile artists. Kt'nim
.« my lil
"J*
ffrl Ihf rhihtrrr. —Jt. Ooliwell. 1).
|turtihly freij! H. S. ('OI.
i.(i (M JVt# tfipi Cifil# Jdnnii'," -Heii HottwlCfOloa
AuKNWH WANTKH. III BBAHD BROflk
tii Wark W
rf.t mnj Utilt foil* irtliM trith
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