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CT•- mcy uraw, ilUtallM i tbtuaataaftb 4c 4m VIti ir niltcra «,«t a vile Fancy Driak, *n K i, \»tey, |*rc*oi S irita atxi »•»', a. I tened to paa I .*h •\\pwe:iaerV Rr»tnrcrt,* 7*- -f #t-» in dninkenneas pml rai* t** «*i ir W i nm tit? native r»*n!t at)-.? h'rbaof Vtn»» t-tH- -ij!' AV«Wic Stimulant*. Titty **-i i» j-»r /. a I.i.V-c'vmg Principle, a Ptr* f»Tt |.:v.^nr.ttor of* tin* Sy of n po: rv-na* n»r? and re*torng the blood to ft h'* «:•. trr.J* it, refreshing and invig k*" 1 l"dr. T^iey ar* p.^v of admmiil pruM i i «.•:? act o»i, *rt in i«i heir rr$u'.t% as r«u in1 n 1 *, Md re**».i l» uc trove»1 9 these Bitten MtMi If Z unwell, provided lb 'n*M.u i^o«»on orotber«Mi A.*! «.»i v f. m* «.i :c«! l»cvoi*'l th« poiat «f flapeir. v|»«n U or Iiidlvettiloa. Hudacbc, Pan t» Shftii C'v- -.'is l*igh: .e«i ot this Cheat, Dta» •w, baapr £racui-aa*et tht Ti bf -o.-\ fr !..• Au t'a P.^pbmriwidi,ofBad fl i'm i I.u: I'.i.u iw* region# of thaKi »cy i other aymptom*, art tbe I i th» npU ita tt us b-tter guarantee «f ila equ.V, I oik Ixin e •lfciM :'n i }*as tl»Y Coutplaftaita. young or old, ii *».» .il ill-- d.\ a ct womanhood, 1 !-r, ihe«e ttera have tT*.*.•»SWi^M.Iyr!t!«n(t«vheyecuitrby ve: II. s 1 C*u*^d Viliatod^ Blood. w li*c**r^ by tiarmngtnn nt oftkaDi- are n Psigatlrc at wtfl T-Jstiftf j*^ 'vin n vo n»«rit of actio* a :v»w I-. iog Congenio« or InHawMm •f t?» I. ver A:d V*ncc«a. Organs an.i in Biliou* Pi—ara ^l^.r Hklii DNciUf*, Krupt.ona, Tetter, Salt nir e«. Puamies, Boiia, Car ||v mWa, l)w»»lorai c»« he Sk.n. vhat en y «!»4 »p .iard eir» ed on! n? I v e of ih- _» H.ver a Wmimi ».IT name or nature, art i-^e svtteni »a a abort Ore bottle io MCk i us or thesr curmmra OMV.: cs the moi' ir the THIatad Haad whenever through site akin in Fia^taa, »f»purit*ci H«i i4, e. S-rrv c'-anee yo« 6od and '».'**« P: t'w vcu.1:t*:w»u.« ciaaneoIt «Im«it"a4 it ii W.il t« ymi »!te«. Kmp the IM jmre. »«, *h- hex th th- system will follow. Or%tofrtl thowRtfli VmiAR Bit* Tl*as »r» -i w-nder^: lnv,g..r,kr tha ever anakattttd At 5 fw»* Pin, 'i »n«l other Wurnia, lurking i«tW v ir-- y », are eflocmaliy destroyed %cd Si**« a diet ngttHhfni physioiogitt: There i.^'y aft iid tiiitta' upon the face of tke earth wkmm io Te«eticd of wotmi It ia aot PI I v tor !'j- iha'. worma axiot, hiimora a i »Jiav depeaiia that t? No arateei a# •*. an:he=in.iMt c*, wul fiM tilt ih-sc H. Icili.uitoal Diseases. ... Nf ttera^ mxh a* Plenibert, Jrp- iite» «:)d Mieers, as •TY Ake advance ie lah, «itt hs i'VM o* the lioweh. To nerd Sg^aal oi Wai kbr Vtita^ va fiiTTKftt aace Utia-i'MH, and latrnsltlast v?*frh IR# to p-eraie:.: VU I\\C valie)*a a# our «es%.C./LWiic.inu.sArk.'.r.ias Kea, gseat rre-3 thrmmhoot the United States, sapsctally mtr~: tii.' -s O!no, M.^oun, IlliaoH^ Tsa Arkansas Red, Colorado, Brajoa, Ri .li- ...ile.P-Mrl.A'-abv.u.MolM e. Sa 1 i%«i* oiiien, vntti ihsir oar entire coui.l-/ d'»ritij I Savaeeeh.Hoeeehe, x-tat taiMia, the Seeaasr aad leaioaa of iniamal afiab.) aLcompeiued by ann* acd inrer, aad ethar are a ways etars or isss ofc .ur.^,3 aud imubie aut* of wf ti»e Bit and dry.iv^s i re dr^ngem: \isccr-.m \. !•:cr, r.n of thi !:v ^omach, a bn—lie. bewg le^sirtmi- eae rf op mth vk.ate I aecamalationa. fi^jtive, ntervifik' a powerful llfcfwr nnmii nr^iws. in e-i«ent»*IJy Wcv,..artn l/«r t'».' pur »as€ eqit.il to Pn J. WaLKU's i^Trras w.:i tpeedtiy raena ths .1 w»iii wti.cU me bswaia aie nj tun.- &: mti?at tig the aecretioaa of tbs .y rr^ ng ne f.caithy fui cf-oca of tba t"' v£~ QT B&ins** Evil, White 'i'-|ilMi. KT*tpe..x-«, S« Nrrk, Goiter, Scrslelees atliwioi-nt I.iflama.auana, kleicwial Af* Od S^re\ E'-ap' ons o' the Skun, Sore Syss« !-i *ie^, as ir th«ronstitutM«ea] Da" TSC Tittkws h-xv- sJtown thetr povv.s i i-.imt cb^iii-.au acd Wa'irtr'a CnUfarala I'leagaf i ca^ea in .» nuniiar matitter. By vwi th y and by raaolriag a'vey xu vt ih-.tnovet?*ecium,(the *t^.vmna?iee tubercular depi *..! it receive haahh. ard a permanent Kv" T!!B Ds W "ymwstl** Of' DR W A I .km'Orni—•w, S V:KU fcrr u 1 ,-m «»d '!i* r,•»• 1. r* Qfarti, !**. Coootrr-Irniaat, 'c i Aiio-mi»«i» TS '«-fpn» .1 i mild pr t«rtlM ftn •»,..» ..( I»ITT*ih Uir|CtiOU«i jv .• s oo Set ffanrf mvriahini (Oifig to tcv F* ii.iti bed St uijjrtt i'cw a Vfi tt one and i/. btj/ vuaalMdUL food. «kS v beefcteak aabt bec-t. and vee«'»b^s, fcr1*?-- -1 ^nd tabs eel* ^ur*i* wgataUg ^ih»!«au400h Drtagg.M a*.d bo A» .v, Sai. f-iarili r1 •Ha comer oi A **.J bari|o» flevrYflh •oi.u HY ALL \sv CUUR& 'irrr HANHOOD: Bow Lost, How Restored. Ju»t pobliHbed, a new edition of CULVCRWELL't CELCMATK* UMTon tb« radtralrarifwlth ontnsdlelne)ofHp«rmatorrh«aa or Hamiaal Weakneaa. Involantary Hamlnal Loaaea, Impotencv Mental and Physical aopaclty. Impedimenta to Marriage, •ganoe. tm Pi Ins. In a sealed envelope, only eta. Tha ealsbrated author. In tnla admirable aasay. clearly demonatratea from a thirty years' soeceufal practice, that the alarminc aanae^nencea of a«lf-aba*e tuay le radically eared wltboa: the dangerou* use of Internal aaadlelns or the application of tbe knlfc pointing oat a mode o5 core at onoe slrapla, eartaln. and effectoal, by nasans of which erary tnOrer, BO matter what hla condition jMuMia.jna^mra himself cheaply, prlvate nil lectors should be la the hands of •vary youth and every wan in the land. Sent, under seal. In a plain envelope, to any address, pnatpald on receiptor six cents, •r two postals stamps. Also, I)r Culver wall'a "Harrises Golds," price 33 cent*. Addrsst the Pabtiahers, apr71 CHAH. J. C. KLINE A CO., Howsry, Hew York, Post-OSce Box Tha ail} KaliaUt 6ift futrihlisa ii tke Cnitr $60,000 OO SV VALUABLE GIFTS! TO BE D1HTR1BCTSD IN £. D. fiUBTK'S •aatfe Bemar MoaOiljr GIFT ENTERPRISE. To b« drawn Monday, NOT. 30, Two tirud Capltali #f 15,000 each in Oreenb&cksT fin him $t,«N STKZSS ilKUIACKS! One Horse and IHIYJY vn(H Siinr Mounted Hamem worth $600. ONE J*m TOM^QMEWOOD 10 FAMILY Pian* Stiting Machines, worth 1100 each. J*t« Httvy Cased Gold Hunting AWVI and heavy Qold Chains worth T300 TIUCHF ij* Wl American Hnctina Watohss Wwtb ai28each! Ten Ladles' Gold Hsat Watches, worth a7« Each! °^DA 2ND(in1800 MLVTR Leper Hunting Watehf -T ott.) UFORTH from TAO to Each! RS&RZSU bepaM ^r|«kstaai Twalva ^CiagS«^g?yMgff ass^^?SSsB!®Kt afftasr- '-•••'"Ajsaft-. The 8eheel for Tetehen. CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA. rjlOjJfcrt opportnnlty to tkcTHMdMnof lam. a.. tojNMMMltnialns,lb* UiWMnkW' llo totiatf tttat* itafMiktTt Jlormmi afaMtr i* comprehewWe aad thoroofh, i thrMCvKkna: Th« Tnckan* Oooim, tki •pOMiac. tto CI—tfl Ooanc. Tbc M« ud E?MW IM OMOftl tor ttM ealtat* l—b«w uc lat. Tkorooch l» •traoUoB la Umof brancbM ta b* UafkL M. £m am atodjr In tba act—oa and ait ol ad. Tha atodr of aaolal adaaea nalM Mi 4th, Praquaat pracUoa In tba MoM SebooL ItliOHtnitlon la Iba Pnbtlc Hcboolao -•, BartnoriacMMa brtbaVfta rs. 7th. Iwp, &WI1I—1 atodanta. Kladatsaitaa Matboda. Primary la.and all MhBHmil bawra- TbaAcadamle tad OMMWRW aaalatil. Yoona maa can aa *af"~t Inoorbaat Ooliam. leaa bawd In Iba baiUrw tba Vtlaetabl la tba acbool bolldlnc. ^oaidlnc aad M mada aa low aa tba praapantr ol tba ichool Beaalon opana Tuaadajr. «|il«niiw 17th, •aad to Trot ouebrM tor etroalan aad Airtbar no. r. BLT,BatiaUry. tatinn !h« Heart, la or the tun T. U ::l- dnivao decided aa tlil\ ialt is aooo perceptible. l-oo lulUuiuiatnr)' aid ('ImBla ftliev* Rial i* it i aii.i ', s epiBa or IsdMMtkn Ke.„ l, ,™ It... .n .tuI iu W. W. WEBSTER, (ICOCBNB TO 81MPBQII W1MTU.) •AMtJPACTOun or HEAD AND TOMB BTOMI KMfaeM' flMtUr Iknd alarva •task Harid*4Mi wblab ha Will BkBI' AMtnilw nmenta,Tbb lata and HtadiltM, to anlt tha waste ol ared and aat attanti an Slate SF Ma rble Mantels, from any daalrad stock, and In any stria. Also, tha beautiful iMlCft CtVMtle IMUMRU, and a stock of Fire aad Bartlar Pn«r aaftv. Call and sea than. aecMSatreet, •naulae, ttvi. 17n« FURNITURE. M. BEAOH, at ire tl« b«M ampa, etc oattenda tk »taraaaboot iba the K ^era. ca bear y ducta, aad are tftc fre c4 Firtt/y I lie body •tjtlaat lllMtw Um|. a» ww.i V(MM*At iiirrtsi. No ipbab ea .K* )JO FF A •••ntetn TH-« COB* t^rcaimeA Tba hrer, At «om» V :-"n- «. '*»ey«, a the aarria et»* T«m dsc*«e-nr«ot t*v fhu frrrir wnmat Tho ICHIearj of 1)^ Waikih I VivecAt BIT* I ». Fevere, Kamaa Dwordsrv j-, d*-rn. t.c* ot it\« WE.-, aad ail a&r tg Ii.- rtfwnach, Urer, bom»v rdenai i ergSM. 5f V*te n, hit 'wi -t| irianred by h«U K a i e 1 n b- a w o e a e k laef.^ tn- «*me uminnii Brum: or ufc- And m^Kc^aaat fewra, thaar '^operu. proioct tba arid au propertasa aUey KiHDa *r FTTEUZTUEE, Has on hand at all times a •and Wril Sdactcd Btoakai FURNITURE, Parlor, Bed ROON^^ Chambkt, and Kitchen Sets COFFINS. COFFI?VS.t ir Wanted. pM a# HEAaSE All O/dui FwitoM will Jlcccive Prompt At- •ttntion. Btore South aid* of Coort Bquirv, Tipton. Iowa. •17 iy In- ate. alaa, Consamptlon, Kpllepnv, and Flta, In doead by self-indulgence or Sexual axtrar GBOCEBIES AND BOOTSASHOES. JEPSOU BUO'S, UEALEBSIN Staple Groceries, Qaeensicare, Hardware, AMD Boots & Shoes, WEST BRANCH, CEDAR CO., IOWA. W« aim to keep the choicest Oroeerlea to be found in the market, and will »«ll them at the loweot living rate* Among oar Boots and Mhnes will be fond the latent style* and bent qoalitles. and we propnae to aell them at renaonable prlosa. Those In need of Hardwara will find It at our Htore. Ilgkeit Price* Piia for Predate. Ulve a rail aad we will deal with yon CMrljr. AH SHOES sears ARE STILL MADE AT rRXD HXBSOHFISLDS* '72. Old and Well Known Shop, OP ALL flTYLEH. PROM THE BKHT HTOCK AND AT THE Lowest Frio©. Also, a good asaortmant of URBHRUBIStamiin BOOTS AND SHOSS, Best Eastern Manufacture^ Be sore and call at DUTCH PREPS far perfect lite, latest styles, and best wsar, SuuihSide Vourt House Square,Tipton, Iowa. Hept. 1, '69. TUB LATEST NOTBLVV. fPATENTED SEPT. 13, MI&] TJASafol &£££ foldsd adge that pre rents ttis corl turning up, and a Una llnan eMh oollar JS It surface the most pertoct imitation ofa oollar tt to Perflbct FiaUai, Tfce Bert atfbb Will Keep Clean, ^d MB be worn loager thaa any other sol' MdaxaHulrely by GEO. COM WAT, lltf TtplM Then is now being cooatruoUd th* work*of*was»o builder at Ivry near Parte, a kind of portable railway Intended for tba oooveynnoe of mate rial iu a safar fttctory, the UghtaaM almpiloity and low price of wbieh tei der it model example of portabl railways. Tbe BCIK»I kMWD is lowm, hi to pmkto over U« WAY euuaiaU of a series of treaties about aeventen feet spau These are placed on the ground with out leveling it in any man tier, aud tbe spans an eoapted together at tbe ends by a pin passing through an iron bos at each end of every trestle. A flat Iran boiled to tbe upper part of the badaontal bars of the trestles forms tbe rails. Each span of tbe seventeen feet weighs oaly about forty pouuds so that tbey are easy to take up ami lay down. By them a temporary iron road can be rapidly established which follows tbe natural contour of the ground over which It passes. The cars, intended to carry each from one to two bandied aud twenty pounds form a series of rolling platforms Tbey are articulated one to tbe other, and carry baskets on each side, in wblob tbe material to be moved is de posited. Tbey are attached to tbe pbtkmi eaeb by four iron brackets By this there is obtained for about fifty cents a yard, an Iron road on which bone can haul en a level about ten Bel—II ud Hugo Hunting. A foreign paper, largely devoted aporUng, gives an aooount of an East Indian wbo baa a bunting outfit that to eclipeee anything In Greet Britain This wealthy Hindoo, wbo rajoic tbe naaae of Bir Juny Babadoor, and la Prime Minister of Nepaut, has stock of three hundred trained ele pbants which be keepa for bunting rayal Bengal tigers, and other noble game. When one of these young ani mala Is reported In a certain place, considerable space 1s surrounded by line of elephants, whose movements are directed by training, and who are all uuder tbe control ofa captain, a word of comaiaad all these elepbsnts advance toward the oenter. By means of bogle signals the movements of the elephant la made fsat or slow, and at peculiar signal a bait is produced, the circle becomes small, tbe persons who are to shoot tbe tiger take their plaoee inalde It, and are ready to fire as soon aa tbe beast shows himself. Sometimes tbe animal strives to break through tbe lines, but tbe elephants, wbo seem fond of tbe sport, beat him hack with tbe!r trunke and tushes and assist each other In tbe cooteat Sometimes tbe elephants are formed in two or three llnee, tbe better prevent escape. On tbe occasion the Prince of Wales' visit to India, be was Invited to a huut of this kind and killed bis tiger at the first shot. hla ana to man asdaactaoap aattaa aat. The Height of Folly. To risk life in a noble cause is he ro iam to peril it for no otber cause than simply the desire for notoriety is mere foolbardinese. The East India papers state that another of those senseless sea yoji ages, that have lately become so fash ionable, is to be undertaken during tbe ooming winter. The voyager is an Englishman the route is from Calcutta to London by the way of the Red Sea, the Suez canal and the Med iterranean the craft is a schooner rig ged boat of only two and half tons burden. In order to introduce a new ele ment of danger into the voyage, Mr. Inxoan, tbe amateur navigator, oought boat that had been condemned aa u usee worthy and unfit to ply in tbe waters of a river. There ia oeitainly good sound sense in tbe following protest against show ing too much attention to children: Children are spoiled by too much attention. This Is one of tbe eaalest things to do, and one of tbe hardest things rtoi to do, It ia harder not to dolt, tban to insist upon obedience maintain on ruffled kindness, or teach tbe right ways of tbe Lord. Yet this over-much attention In tbe tender years of childhood may essentially neutralise all other good influences ic shaping character. Let the child ab sorb tbe attention, be talked to, and about,at table, In tbe family and be fore others ae the central and most im portant one of all, and this will const! tute o moral force just adapted to the Child's nature, wuiuu nauin will use to set tbe child adrift from Jesus It will carry the day. Its fruits sooner or later will be seen In pride, selfish nsss, or self-will. If the grace of Gtwl abould not Intervene It will weaken the Cbrietlao lifo. I repeat It, child ren are Iqjared, and sometimes spoiled, by attention. Just wben tbey are least able to bear it, the temptation is greatest to give them too mucb. Tbe popular vote at the Presidential election will probably be nearly 8,000, 000. It was 5,716,788 In 1888, but sev ere! Btalaa did net vote ia thaa year, ia many Nortbara States the MM, Tha Madam Szodna. The moat touching thing oonnected with the conquest of Alsace and Lo raine was lately witnessed in the de parture of a large proportion of the inhabitants of the provinces from the old homes, once dear, but dear no more. The time granted by the Ger man government for tlie inhabitants of these districts to decide between German and French citizenship hav ing expired, the exodus is immeuse A single bitter word may disquiet an entire family for a whole day! One surly glance oasts a gloom over the household while asmile, like a gleam of sunshine, may light up the darkest and weariest hours. Like unexpected flowers wbieb spring op Jilong our path, full of freshness, fragrance and beauty, so do kind words, and gentle acts, and sweet dispositions, make glad tbe home where peace and blessing dwell. No matter bow bumble the abode, if it be thus garnished with grace, and sweetened witb kiuduestt and smiles, tbe heart will turn long ingly toward it from all tbe tumult of tbe world, and home, if it be ever so homely, will be the dearest spot beneath the circuit of the suu. And the influences of home perpetuate themselves. The gentle grace or the mother lives in tbe daughters Ion after her head is pillowed in the dust of death aud fatherly kiudness finds Its echo in the nobility and courtesy of soas who come to wear bis mantle aud to fill iiia place while on the other hand from an uuhsppv, mis»overiHd aud disordered home, go forth persons who shall make other homes misera ble, aud perpetuate tbe sourness and aadnvss, the contentions aud strifes and railings, which have made their own early lives so wretched aud dis torted. Toward the cheerful borne tbe children gather "as clouds and doves to tbeir windowa," while from tbe home which ia tbe abode of dis eoutent, and strife, aud trouble, they fly forth as vultures to rend their prey Tbe clans of men that disturb, and dis order, and distress the world, are not those born aud uurtured amid tbe hal lowed influences of Christian hornet. but rather those wbooe early life has been a sceua of trouble and vexation —wbo have started wrong in the pil grimage, and whose course is one of disaster to themselves and trouble u those around them.— As Berth Carolina Rtoe Fields. Tbe North Carolina rioe fields, com prising tbe richest lands of tbe Btate and capable of producing from 500,000 to 1,000,000 busbele of grain a year, are all coveted with reeds and bushes, their ditches filled with mud, tbeir dykes rotted away, aod rioe is no longer a staple product or an article of export. Thirty years ago tbe rice i of tbe Cape Fear river produced a crop ef 200,000 bushels, aod most of which waa shipped to Northern cities, .• wie cleaned and prepared for market. Fifteen years later, just be fore the breaking out of tbe war, the yield ef tbe sams region bad increased to 600,000 bushels, and at the same time there were several mills in Wil mtngton in which tbe rice was clsaned before it was sent coastwise to New York or Baltimore, or shipped directly to foreign ports. In 1871 rioe wae planted on only one or two forms, and tbe entire crop was only 10,000 tmebels i tban tbe amount consumed in tbe Btate—and this year only three planters have ventured to put In a crop of rioe aod although the yield to the acre will be tbe greatest remembered by the oldest rioe planter around Wilmington, tbe crop will not exceed 40,000 or 80,000 bushels. FRIENDS' gencer. A strong-minded woman In Detroit made tbe following gentle reply to a politician who had called at her house to get ber bosbaud to go to tbe polls aod vote: "No, sir, be can't go. He's washing now, and he's got to iron to morrow, and if be wasn't doing any thing be couldn't go. I ruu this 'ere bouse, I do, ard if any oue votes it will be this same Mary Jane. Tbe rail mill connected with tbe Pennaylvaula Iron Works, of Dan ville, Pa., wently turned out, in about ten hours, tous of finished rallniad iron, the number of bars Udng 504, each of which was thirty leet I Serious disorders have occurred at Constantinople iu consequence of the Turkish Government having sold the tobacco monopoly toacompany which has raised tbe price five told. In Men may admire the courage of tbe 'Ornishtnan, who made the voy age to Australia in a lugger, because he had no other way of getting there, and were anxious to better their con dition and tket of their faanilies. They were fishermen, used to exposure and privation in every form, nod were willing to rmk nMwli l»gettotbs par adise of poor meat But they will see pewigfr to comtnend a man of means, wbo bMfrde kislife making voyage «f nearly ten thousand miles, merely to gain a reputation 'for daring. the District Court of the State of Iowa, Andersen and Plaint!OS, vs. Zenas C. MoOllough. I A.dj/j?,1"1* Aaron B. McOllough. I Mw law blu U(D ofl'anaila Defendants^* To all ofthe Defendants a bore name)' Yon are hereby noil fled thai Hlattof The npetlliftn Andresen and Ijoula northeast quarter (lie northeast quarter(W)ofthesoaUiweetquarter r' the norlli halfof the southeast uuai'i) all In "ection twenty-four241,and~the of section fourteen E. HACKSTEEHT8 BUI RIM WITS ARB HOW Ready Ibr Delivery, at SMtofcj Cedar Connty, lawn. OEHTXJBKEVm CLOTHING Colored, Claaned or Repaired Lhe bestmanaer. Stains,OrsaasMailt spots perfoetlr eradicated from silk ot Woal en goods. All orders should fee ton st tkis Buckeye ha ring Haloon, oaoaoa iooawAT, •VA. SHAW WITH la In the meantime all tbe local French journals have appeared in mourning. The railways leading into Franee have not been able to carrv all wished to go. Thousands of went in carts or trudged along out foot. Two-thirds of the inhabitants of Metz have sought homes under Frcnehf jurisdiction, and the city at last ac counts only contained 10,000 French Many exiles are entirely without means, as they are unable to sell the! property they have vacated. To keep them from absolute want, subscrip' tions have been opeued in various cities in France, and the Paris jour nals are making appeals to their read era for aid. Some of the towns near eat the ceded territory have greatly increased in population. Nancy, alone, it is said, has received no less than 88,000 Alsatians. still doing business Jlhe- who poor 1 A. BAG LEY, BAGLEY fr IHOKAH, at the old stand, NORTH aiDE OP THE SQUARg^ aapplyUg Ms numerous customers wife the choicest ...... UTAI'LJS in g&K*.* Qaeenswa RE. Glass ware, AND PROVISIONS uvm ttTIK UTES. Thaakftil for past InUUi- A New Orleans sportsman deter mined to emigrate to Mexico, where he hoped to find some gime, made ail preparation* and was ready to go. but wauted a dog. He wrote a carelu oescrrption or tne tteat nog, mstroct inga friend at Louisville to forward him one. After long aod weary wait ing, and many repeated Inquiries at freight and express offices, a box i at last delivered to him. It was opened with grest ceremony. His friend, having sought In vain for the ideal in dog flesh, had iuclused him a beautiful Italian greyhound in plas ter of Paris. favors, we expect Iklrand by honors ble bnainess course,and by I the quality of our Goods,to continue to mer it and receive the patronage heretofore so liberally bestowed upon ns. ••tier, ••We, Lard, BaMsoai, Ac., Ac. taken in exchange for Ooods. aif A. RAUIJ^f E A E DrogStore .fflestfrssfsis?FFTTINSSSS would Inform tbe public that tbey have much enlarged and Improved the stock, and to sell PURE DRUGS, PAINTS, OILS,| PATENT MEDICINE, QLASS, &c., CHEAPs» the CHEAPEST. riae iaeertaeat erceefBctleBerr^iadl •dgan aad Tebaere. a^Oppoalte tka Coart House, TIPTON, IOWA. 9 m. B. TOWI. WACIOJVSII A*D CAEEIAGES!! The mdenlfiird hartng put-1 flnst the Itaasiaaeas ef John lelller, and prorurrd the serrlrea or a C0JCPETE1TT WQEKXAN, will ker|» ea hand, Wagons & Carriages •rtia NEWEST A!VD BEST ITTLE8. amr 8. R. NEIMAN Still it ODK, rIB and weighed fifty-six pouuds per yard. This was done by one set of men and one set of rolls, and Is called a remark able day's work. la now ID Proaaytly filled. Bran, Shorts aad Cora Meal Iter Kale. Cash illough. McOllough, rhlldren and hHrs nt MCUIIOIIKIi, IIHIII Krmrijtlln (ler-..|,«,•,!, Wll- Dxiitiy SHiiuiel ll(c«., Kufley Sylvester Trustee, Rlehard Itolieiion, inon Murphy Jame* II Oower, A II Ilenrr. Wm Tnfhlll. Winlth. nn 4ela. Paid for Good Wheat.I Cedar Mills, Oct. 28th, 1st". 44tf COI7RTLANDT KI'MII. In and for Cedar county, December Term. A. I». 1*71. II. H. LOUIn A. OchlH, Business Room ?f Slar decreased .loannn tUough. widow of I 'aiiada Mc- llllougli,M«K d»'ceHK»-d. Klisa /••nut Mc1 lough, A. McOllough, McOllough, Joseph OK ». Mri MIough.Aaron Hurith -m of A Och*la now onltle office ofthe Clerk or the District,ourt of the Iowa,in and for Cedar county,claim ing to be the absolute owners in fee MmDle of the following real estate In said Cedar county, Iowa, to-wit:sltsatod fl«).northwest all In 53 U ft quarter )d north quarter (•,) the east quarter r^ ofthe north norm west $ quarter (vl township elgh- ty- [SI north, range one 111. west of the! &thoncM„1.and I*. praying for the establishment of their estate as against von, and that von establishment ast you, and that er barred aad escribed, or part he real estate abo'--•*——•Wany thereof adverse to the title nf plain'.lfr-: hcreUvwA^test SHISM rtntueir thereto and defend before nam or the seeond dav of the December term, A. D. 1872 of said Court, whlcn wtM com mane* on the first ristl da* or lieoeinber. A 1V72, default will ha en' tered against yon aud Judgment rendered n, and thereon, and decree entered as prayad for Dated October aBthjm. HH ANMtkflfeN LOUI8 A Bills A Block, Att'ys. 1 OCRS, gftr Juimtfermfnt** LMDS IV IOWA. Upon application u* th«» I be umlrrMifNKl. sent w VARNISLTESF .. 5 Make and repair for Sale. NE OP THE BE*T HITKH IN TIPTON. The Ho ltd I ua and lo,taf»el front) 011 I tit., adjoining the city Hall building, Is for sale, eheap for uash.or on time, 1 may bent suit the purchaser. Inquire of A. 1£. WTAIiUKTT, Tipton, Iowa. Also, tor sale, SO acres of pwttlmtw land, within five miles of town. John- rhiirelilll, h:ir!e» liupont. H. cutting, TruKtee, Asm in Cor- MoIih Darin* Whllloek. Kelliijui aiid Samuel II. Miller, C«r(er,Han- ford A Kllllhroi), Tlio'a Gamble, Dsn- pot wood A Wslraven, Barnard a fctennn, Pla||« *p»eer, and ft Haw|ey, I i & E S House 4L th^fi* will by mail to *iir atkir*^. p»*t paid new IRAIIROA MAToK InWA. fttriwux to date, and lattofcripMvt' p»mph)«t. coTtittinihtf a ftoction*! M«|» lofthMt pari ft th« M»t» j»| wl'ir', H. It. MtimUMl th4 I«ai»d tirafit o»th»- rhk-a-'tx R«-k I-UJICIihtcrnuiliot UIHI the mar- inIov»H.thf vnoMt prtdmtl\and lural stai.f in the titoii. and art' H«*lng offtr- prfccs nnd ntf.^t favorable t«-rni« to actual laauian. J. I- UKKW, l^and lom r, l. K. K. Co., Dmvpnpott, Ia. AGENTS \V ANTED FOU BELDEN, ITHE WHITE CHIEF Or i YRM* The life of I'! llvlden. who joined the IndlauH and became n celebrated warrior. Altounds in IhrllliuK Hilveiilure intiiriiiution. and curious »nd Is profuxely I with new and «|iirlteileii(fr«vlnirsillustratHt tures und tne iiiaunerK mid I week. A and Open all the Year, St. I.ouix, Mirkisan. Magnetic ^crlMfl The firm Miicnelic Water discovered In America! (inuv.) Has been vlnltcil by over lo.«»lcrNmi». Entire Route by Railroad. CURES Nenralgla, Parulysis. Itli'iiiuatlsiii. Oout, Diseases of the IlliKliiei and Kidneys, Dys pepsia, Iriipoteney, :iml :i!l Diseases of the Ni rvouh Hystem. untracted Joints, ieneral Debility. KINK runts. Kvergreens, Ae. Retail Ciitalogue, with directions for plitnllne cultivating, se leeiliiK \urielieN ami location (••ri)"ts. Ad IdnsaiJ^AAt' UIKFI init, Des Moines, 1'jwa. ASTHMA. |The Subscribers are Manufacturcr's Agents 1 for It. W. Ileade's celebrated ASTHMA KK I LIKF. the best remedy for Asthma yet dis covered. instant relief guaranteed or pur I chase money refnndel. The medicine Isput I up in three sizejs, which retail for Zie., ath Inixlfl. Persons remitting price will have 1 have the medicine sent free bv mail or express. Also, samp GREATCURIOSITY.-A highest order for Jl. Agent wanted In levery town, OM S75 to $100 Knlly licensed ami wormnted lor .. will pay HOuU (or any i chine (hut will sew a stronger, more ml* lieauliful. or more ela*tlc«enm thanoul*. JKII makes tlie 'Klusiic l,ockStiieh." Kv-I W ery second st Itcli c.in he cut. an1 st 111 the ^Tcl'ith cannot be pulled upart without! fjte-rlnglt. We pay auents fsnsu 0?S to SU.IO per montii nml ex „.i.„ ..„ which" twice that I mmlxsion from e amount can be male :hn.v» hk( mu a rm.. neii—a.ni. «TANW «1 CITY Ac.IDrugstore I AS J. W. WHITE, kee}s at his Drue Htore i In ritsnwood, u OOVPLETE ASSORTMENT .. "f Pure Drugs CM E33ti:0-A. *«r#|liaa Glass, Putty, Paints, Oils and and a full ii tie li MOST APPROVED 'Patent BOOTS! Medicines.PTB 8HOKS! IJOOT8! .JI01^ BOOTS SHCES OLD AND public k Goes'Oixstoxia undarnifnetl would reapcctfullv an ooance to the public general) CEDAR I hut MILL,| NEW CC--T. ^!i:ns and the iierallyure Ittioriued that SAM. WIRICK is*ti!l doing,il Boot condition to warrant the assertion that no cause for compliant will be given to those wanting GRIST WORK DONE, aa no eflbrt will he spared to give general satisfaction. Orders for Flonr Nollcltcd and work, and also keeping a carefully selected stock of KaHtern Made (loodsathis & Shoe Shop, on Cedar: pp«.ite Virgin I'.lock. By keeping the iH'st of stock, employing the mostsklllfiil workmen,and charging the lowest prices, he ho)Ms to rweivi^ not only a coti:lr.u»iiv but mi increase of tho ftllr patronage hcrctof.ue !wsi..»ed. Good Boots aud Shoes MAY RE ROUUHT E A II. t». ilROWK. Kpe4',)il ntlenllon given. .V full line of Hla.k V/mIuuI and Kimewotal jstinled (ofnlia nt) ttnl. Privea reasonable. Froiuj.t nttcnUon glv -n with Hearsse when equlred. Ci Mie and e my stoeli. #ly Estray Notice. T:il i 11 up by lilium 11. Iihe, VCH Itpuusliip t'eJar conuty, on L":d day of I October. 1*72, a small bhick venrllng mare lOOll, with a small wliitespot on lis forehead. Iboth hind fr et white. Appraised at ji'i! I before lohn M. Tntlilll, I. V. W.M. ELLIOTT,Clerk. (TIMBER LAUD FOR S i Tipton, Aug. !Mil, 1ST Let O S A E A AND N )M POKTABLE I oontalnlng five room PLKABAIfT A dwelling kM aad good harn and aw w 11 ley well, known MS M. B. CM rah, in aa reaaonabls terms. as the Wld- I ', on ?th Mt., northwest of I n Tipton. Iowa, la for sale Inquire of property, WH. fit thtELLIOTT, LE. Northeast ofthe' siutlieH of seetlnn Uu (101^ township eighty-oue H, range one 1. We?., of theStb p.m. '-The above forty acres ol limber lsnd Is Oovered with tl lie second «ro\\ th 11 in I sr. and IS s valuable p!roe of property. !t rill be ••Id on thi- loilowing term* i»nc third down,one-third in one yenr .010 «ue-thlrd i»years. The nlmv'e tract of lsnd II illes west of Louden, Cedar conuty. For further Information enqs'ieof T. J.HI'KAKMAN. Agent. *,f Tipton, I..wa r* Farm for Sale. A GOOD KEW ADVKRTIKE1E\T«. 1 DON'T Pacific 0» mihI Kivtnu hiU hu«I l«-tail»*1 ttotti** locntion quniity. product* tvrmw ot naie, c..of njorr tliMi HA-rf* Of lumt now tor aalf ItHttr tlie* tine* of tin* rtalirond Tl«- lurid* »r»» th»* ]cli*»tt}'C*i and FaruiuiK IM»winirrrr**!*)vt Be Ifrelve4* but for rottgh*. raid*. M»rethroau. Li«ar* n«"«iN and broucl.lal ftnuiitJe^. ..in Wells' Cartolic Tablets! \v «»rrhlr«M imitniion* on t?u u *rk«'i, l-nt tb* onl ho.entitle prv» nrulHn -tf i Istitij dtm'niMM i»- wn«'Ti •!,. imcaliv crtiliitH-i with othn known a* In thw«» TABLKT8, and iv,trtl»"» »n cantioniii aicain^t lining any other lantlcaac* «r irritation of th'•mm ••u* mem Uraane ABI.KI's should (*e frec'usel, their cl«*an«inir antl h«*Hng pr«»prrtic»* »r»» a«tontf«h1nc. Be waraed Amonrj thr Wild In- iliriHs of the Plain*. NKVKK NLMIHT a »I i•,IT ih 11 to of udven- customs of the Indiann. The most popular book of the year, oneagent just reports profit In one larue ooster. I Hi illustrations terms to atcentM,with 1 GROCERIES, IlrTciiiNsoN Y. BY F. sent free A. Jk"o.,st. I, uis. Mo. AGENTS rtuHiuaru Diuiv, Jdv mi AddrcKM, stating cxperlcncc.c'c, and we will lahnw vou what otir amenta are loinjr, NA* ITJuNAL prHMSHING Chicago, 111. Cincinnati, Ohio, or St. Louis, Mo. I MTANTKD-EXPKRJFNCkjof an Ml. Los *cnt free lu any who 1 desire. rlTIIKHllMlK, TUIXEK A CO., 1 Koine, N. Y. Agents I K V I Wl,i n /»-riniuitl income. HendlOc. lfor Specimen to ''.Si i..'Ahull:ir M'rj iziw 151 Liberty St., X. Y. rate IUM.K AfJKVTa AXD v in ail tmrw tlic t'uitfMl s li" MKMolKUl UiKiKll B. ANKV. t.'hitsf n*ti« rth*» KnpreniM «*ourt of tCnit**fl stat«*. |*,Nn b«iok hfTetot'ore publthed la thit country, hrow "o rmich »|Kn our Constitutional and 'olitical Malory, (t if* a work of extraordinarv ii »*rest p» rniun»-nt valm* to th» HN'orian. th» |Iiaw\«r, the KtatePiiian. tiic Politician and everv -lav* .if IntHliirent r»-m-»rs. ut hy tifw-rip lion only- Kxclufdv* Territory Kiven. .F«»r Terms, for thi* andotlie-r Pt»i*ri.\a Work*. nt once, Ml'KI'HY ACO. Publishers, Haiti- I\Dtt EMK\TS FOK LI BS! »i:\D FOK NEW i'I-I'II elitet LAR! AOBNTS Wanted I make more money at work lor us than __ e^.y,^.Ki v.,^, :n^ HfiN-s,1 ^?. Tne Way to Ottam our Goods |M»ir Art I'utjhxlu'rs. l'ortlana. Maine- nil tlifiii a k-et th'-ni at th WarehotaiHe in N»*v 1« I'wli person wj cant*, ati-1 Jtoc-t ip i* I-how mucb e.i Magazine of the Lb ^le't puc iel lanoDnnusni \For the ObsfrttcNons easily cnre»l tt* fnclidwit ^tnt«-». wh**n tt beconi««j»chronic the cure excitingly 'InHcuit, u?«e Well's OarboUc TahlHs as a specific. JnHN KKLMMHJ. I« Piatt Ht., N. Y. Heud f«»r ('ircular. Sule Agent for the U. 8. Trito 'j.» ctn.per Boi, 'HAND STAMPS" flrea. A«t-av« %Smmtr4 M'tac'i"*. TV Nathan, N. V. ma«le fWm5eo. Cnll and examine, or 12 nample* aent ^pnatattf free) for 50c. that retail :trk Ibr $10. WiiLCOTT, 1»1 Chatham gquaro. Y. If 1 kind Write tfct* namcH, kinds and amount* pla ^t, and when thee ub cmnpleteHend it i!. and we will put each party'* IRE I tbe cont per Month wh male and 1 male to introduce Ihe C1KN jjI'INE 1 Ml It' iVKD COMMON «KN-I rtKAMIl.Y KW1NU MAilllNK. Thla jHiini'hlne will tltch, hem. fell, tucg. ©quill, eord, tlnd.brulil and embroider most supu.'ior manner. Price only kootIk in name nj in r1i*tribii ordersjtnd rdered can there need bi'imeonfu •h |arly kretting exactly what In •re. 1 'lie fbndw to pav fr»r cood* t.v iirallH on New York, Pot-n: •.*r by ex pre*-. Or. we will. If 1 "Is. hy express. U, OLLC« «»N I'll The Great American Tea Co. 31 dc 33 Vec») Street, P. O. Box New York City. BLOOD PURKIER i not i vbich may »t*m tie *t u- mtmiiMj uae brimr- Pile*and kindi il in weaknim: the :n\ and, nor il or. which, under th*|H»putar name of-Bit tliepuhiicaa ma«t powerful pKinouueed t-s tba *}Lrnn inefh^. but it i* Ifattie uud alierntive?^ pi nouneed dim? meflieai attthoritb^ ot London ihe regular ph #ther u:itr!e w l?b wonderfn. Dr. Wells'Extract of Jurubeba reta .'I t) plant |and iii'i-i be taken u* a|K»rmanent curative agent. ilierewniit of ncttoa iii our IJver a* 4 |ffi^lernf l'nh««* relieved at once, the bh^wl be lng or qkin iple lilotcbi Ac Pus- -JarnbeNa to clentite, purify and refltr iuted lo-'d to iieaitiiv m-tson. I Have yon a IT«speptir «*iomac|if I'nlw di -j! •."» pM»mpt y a.ifeii the system in debilitatel "vital forr'e, poverty oft!,» •HT-m,-!. Prop re-y. tieiM-ral ^v^ akne.^ or •ll^i^ticn WII n. .M rencfj lltuear uuihfui vi£«»r tu iloff I fffaveyow eaane«*i Vie fntearlnc««f You ire liable to KufTer worse tban death. ii to strengthen organic weakness maa a burden. ia!iy it should frequent'V taken to keep the Jt perfect health or yt»i are otherst?w» in 'Saiifet or luuianal, uiiiv-malic or coutaKiou" |JoiiN KLI.l.iM iPiatt St., New Y«rkf i Aeeiit for 15 Price. One Dollar |ht liottle. Neud tor iit t&iar £im*way! imij Toevery sulscrlber '11''I K KlRX Sim FiuKN ti. thesuperli oil Clin ino -Cute, size ltixid. iet«il price Slu.O', no 1 to lie "sa• I !-s.s th.,11 re tail price except with the paper. l(*),w« 1 copies issued expressly for the sab [sciiliers of OfR Kiitr.siDF. Friex p. liie poan. lar established and lead ing family week I Americs, large size eight -. liiusiiaUM and orlg Inal. tl.uO per year, lm-r n w s u e s s o u agents. most p, paying 1 fern I local agents ami can vassers. \ctive. inlelli Kent fiersoiis. either sex, wanted represent us, etthei traveling or at home. Success and large nav n*ir,iiitrn1. Kxcluslve territory sure sales. New pans. The best outfit. Bpeoimeu copies of papers, full part leu lure, terms, Ac., sent fre.- 10 anv address. H*i atones ti Orn FIHISIDE FKiexn, Chicago. fiw41 Agents I SilFMU \v\m i». 2STE"W" Opened In Tipton, by DR. RIGG, Where can be found aa entire new stock lot the 9A«A Wlft^K-8 PUREST AND BEST EICELS103 UfE[Tll!S B. fJNDKRTAKING DRI'IIS, TAINTS, J11.11I1 INES. UIIJS, CHEMICALS. VAhMsiIfll. I'EUKUMKHY, GLASH R»a TOILET A IlTICLEs, ITTTY. WHITE LEAD, W8S%?i¥8r- I ttair. Tooth, clothes. Paiut aud V.i |Bllishes of all klnilsand ijualllics. Also, a full line of the in Centre BEST DYE STUFFS, all of which are selected with the greatest I care^lnsmicuons will be given how to use the Dye KtnflV Also, all the popular PATENTMEDIOINKSl of tbe dsy. WhDrcalsocaa be found tlie •elelirsSed nititi ronpot xi) the pONTATNINO 1*1 acr. ot l'lpton. and southwest |of I.'ireiiee. well ea leu la let I fur i r:Un or lafoick. well watered, good fences and good Ipnildings, can be bought on reasonable I terms. or further particulars lulls "'live. best A 1 ARKER'S? u#,HGi fSH0TCUir THE C^ (iiaT •UAAGACIMILM' ^coaN- S7BSSUU141 ,(/M Instrrtftt *arb .,'u' Acid tor \F*""S P'11* OR FTW1* HI 1%' tit'CURWHA- UT MONTHLY PEJ I or/A. iNULTUR«n„CAEOPER^^JTHW*!.FtrmaUNFAILINGanXFTRRIN!ARR tnlrmlrtl ,R CMR», whrre They areCf.nj|ie«ert ni'thc u.i fill priri.-i,,!,-. „i ro..t« "M Pt»h coiie«.ntr:.te,Hliai eael, pill aa.! „KLH V.,"" R^"' ?"1» dollar m»licine u\ tj,pm»rk.-t. ViV' 1 ""^arr A TI. .N. AT't MK V^T' K WITH I'KHKEi HAFETY Afcrcnu. Uing Campaign I DXw t.ir l.udU-H and (rt llts rtS I I broR^t rtnd Hcarf i»inK. irold plated with plio I tHcraj»l»s of Presidential 'Kiididntc». Snm-| plea rnaiU'd free for .'U cents. Mi K v & Co |C^larWl., N. will be aent free to all book I fttfent*. Send uunu and addrecw I to ZtEOLER A M^TRDY, (blCtt^O, IU. PsSF«?,Kft*-c,7r cilitiK tHH)k. HATHS. Kor pamphlets 'iiin iiiilng de*crijtion, analysis of water, anil all other information, address MAO NKTIC sl'HINO COM 1'ANY, Ht. Iouis, Ora tlot Co., Micli. SOUL IllliV OR either at»d affwti' p* ps«»n th»*v cli'Mine. instantly. This ^nti|. »t't|Uirem*nt all can prn^esa, fn*e. by ni cent*, toL'cther with a Marriatfi* iuid»*, Kio'ptian Oracle. Dream*, Hint* to Ladi»«. A queer, ex- jwiUI. A Addr»«f»,sT. WILLIAM A W l*uKPhlladelpli IFREETOBOOK AGENTS.) A N i i K N Y N I A N V A S S I N I »1\ for the l»«-st Ht»«J cheapest .tiiuly p.ihit ever published, will lie Miit free ofl Ichiiru'e to any book agent. It contain* near I ly 500 fine Scripture ill usf rat inns. anl lieentM I jure meeting with unnrect«dent*d succeas. A*TT"*Kl Each i»« •x contain* about ton niiu i white paper |rimwl «l.v. rSl ".t "rt,v«. lrtrx, -It 'lu.rtlmisemi.Al e *f»j«l ii ail t'titerpt ^Tr-r- "r x,irv.,:,rv«u,e"v.'rf' :r(vr*"•" su.-h uii|irlnet|'ii«l 1 not buy themK|br veu.'enclfwe th* terar,.1 we will seuj the," 1,^™^ bTW" V pc«ta)«-. se-urely «. »l.^l lr..in obsorTMteS"' Iintlemen writing tntt,„,K niptoms Ir. Aiil: lli-v their inability t,. vitit^? •1"" suc«*i«n,ily in all rreiKiKieii-»". Portion, tb, treated pat continent PatiHiit-s ad(lrest* AC. Patteiit" addres^hj wil pie^et**, the symptom*, and write Po*t and name ©fwrite, and enclonapMt^ Pl«a«MMst* st*npfcr% We "!••*»it*e *t K» t.d ,,• »».!r»*''J entitled "Man and Woman aa Invalt^i, to evpry reader of thi» paper, ani«« a flown or more copies to any penos •iI2i them to their friemls. wl»W81lail|S',.1,liwn Address a* follows: St. ioal* Mediral AssorUtio^ n:.\.,i!THSixTBSTtni Sold by Drnpgfsts •"•MTI! 48, AC 1 I rK"E8. O z DU'TY" OFF TEAS!| 9* a Which is the BEST SEWING MAtHINE ./A iinl on but to ileci.ic ii: you to call a:j RELIABLE SINGEB, at ttic offloe of MOOUK & KI:M.M 1.UI K, s-.uth -ile Ihe Court II'.::v Sttiar, :n rcirar.l IDRGAXS & PIAXOS. •t the best iMiutufactnre. nnd .«t satisu ry in prices,i.: MOOEE ft KEMMEHER. Tipt' Iowa. IBOLLOWAYS o\^ IEVBRVMAHHIS tvenrv »urt»re.. OWNPHYSIOM, OAUTION. luipled parilen to counierfe'ti tbee# vaiaabl* |c! nes. 1 In order to protect the public and o'ir«eiT»(» •, •have is^u»»d a new "Trade Markcon-i-t nc n' IBO'Pti&n circle c»f a aerper.t. with the letter Hinth' •cantre. Every box of tannine Ifoi.i ow*v a Pu |. |and Oixm knt wi'i hare thin trade mark OD are cerniiue without it. N. V. r|» KM It 'A I. !*. Sole Prrjjrletor* Maiden Lan*, WE GUARANTEE THAT noaritoumi Cough Syriip,| ,*»• in T^TWiNPTEi "TAV8 Ptn^lONir medicine U» use for Ooujlig, Colds and Hoarseness, Ac. Everything usually kept In a first class Drug store Will always be found on hand |all of which will bes.ild Ic iine i OR sltnate.l (i1. n. lies CASH ONLY, THOMAS RICK1. TREES! CT ko Plants! Nursery Stock! I Fx'viit ds Flower Fln.le3! Ailtlres* F. Ii. l*HOKM\. IBLOOUI1TGTOK' NURSERY I ILLINOIS. Jlst vt*r 12 tir*»aiiliou»«*. Apple,(MAerea t.non 1 yr f^) vr.. |3o 3 nmmi Who ha* ever had oih- of tlit- CELEBRATED WILL CHEERFULLY RF.QOMMLM' i 1 A" THE MOST Durable, Practical, Simple & Perfect COOKISG APPAK.tTI'K T1IKY HAVK KV KK 1K1. |Adapted to ail Localities AND EVEIiY KIXD OF FUEL. S\I\T I.OI IK. •. i.L LIVE STOVE DEALERS I I K ££!:I(III: KT BIUKV, Ti|t«»n. I own. --3 of Counterfeits i .1 \nrn I AIIKE s I E'lALE IMLL!* '•i*..- v u)rs r.i![Mnr. Hi*• i.trcsi. u tt• I/'"•* coun:tr/f$i! }kee*e&u-Fru* •$. Tfm rtnut'te rre the tuzmt o/'Jab Moaea .•fl* p/"Cfc«^v. nrt eortM€»* an uafailinp in iho cur? i-l al e ei 4t\:» danc^rou* dit»ea*es to whirb tba ex*ai*MVi au.J ail ojsirutUu^j. N LOWERS! SEEDS! HihIBULBS! Yr., 4&. 4 yr 4 ('Mtalornea. tjoreo?*. Business that will Pay IWANTED. woi wicm will Rivt*etiorget Itl^Tl Htld wp'TMiprlin voiir irr*nt $i to |k |»»t day, oun he I of two throe oonf itamtw, IHH4 iba* JTATt J?TKD ertul pwriM war. n rularitr: ct»nuin r.^thfnf bar* in thi* b-M^k nn«i Limb#, ex-^rt! t». P.tlpitHtiou of the Hoar* jito*i»th«y will ciieet acarewheii iHV» f:ii ]"*!. Tbe circular* aro'u 9 fall difvotions an i advica. of will be PAv.t fteo to 6.1 vrrluntf for tai-ui, i«altd fVom ot*er\a*io i. N. n -In ii :t ci-v*a w*n»ro tha oiwnv* cannot r» ol»ti »ll*reiK l"«ed to tb« S"i^ Propria Y irk. will JOU *n r^, of th»» i«r rr fit ynulns. i VTATNUFI m.u *, A-TUJtA, Rioje Biiii. Soi* r, II -as.jK*iys. Dirnrt LT B«aATaia«^lK CiriE.^T CuMci mptiow a*i Lrxo liaaAS«a. Tb»» i»v .f ni andan^ chili will tat* We»tn. i «»n r«»»b*?id t- health t^»t fc-vd .• -».ure.' Hi hundw-M Of «. A k i'«r BUVAV'S PCLMONI' WAFIW Rriw 35 ceat9 per bos. JOBMOslu?. Propria t*-, t: r. _v v- Yora. fW£ GREAT FRENCH REWIEDY *.l T\ io I.,4':nS.\r 1, Parii. tiin i!y r^- v'iiiniandod tor tha antir* rt Pra-. r.s tLs r» I, n reai^J ^»rniat.rrha»a, or 8»»minal Wgak* M-T in ad «al wa 'fHTft 11 O^Bi^lOrtotri and *!1 Kan« »a r*n. v bar- nt Vraet w Nitrhtlr. *i!v or premttture Enii*aion»: Sax W kn*^ ot lmpofncy Wo«kn«»M anain#fro» 1 P«»*ua1 Kn*a*»a *a/«#«rto«oftlia Dopoaitaiotha Urin^. trhii«WcaHSpinacur4in !T train of lWwaa«a ariiinf from Tliay wtenallolharrem I» iMphh't nf Advica aach box. orf..i PriealtHrBai. from mltob* vxnuii ttcuTf front Mlt o6##raart'i«on aw oBKt Sol© Ovneral Attni for Azaaxica* FARM ISO. «mas IF1 O IR. S A-I-.EJ I ,wn u*'iRhb«»rUHHt. and iaatrictly hoiu»rithlo. 11 Hrlit:ulitra freo. or Hamplex lm! n i!l imMo I vou to |po to work At ono#. will ho *u WILL wt'll my (Arm, mllew uortht'HKt ot U Addrees 9tnrat**tirat«m|«. Addrees of For u» and otio-liM i Bnuirfj.on r^n* I aonnhle tt rii s. Hitid farm mundt-r u««d oui« I tlvation, well l^nt-od, and ha* on it a com I fortable hous*», a large h.«ru, tliitn welia, »Dd first rate IveariiJff on-lmrd. further particular* addi^s or enquire P.