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AfiBICI'LTdKAL ITEMS.
PF' *Jf Bttittor.j
Jfiisociiitions anion practical far
mem should be more numerous for
buying or importing animals of the
h*t
Woo.i.
M»AY §e)d» of
OCM
f-•"ttofiiii
World,
World
and wheat have
already fallen to the earth, caused 1V
heavy growth, indiict-d by wet
hot weather.
"fMuateer Moid, Robert Bonner
lin^r tiMire rafoed it 11320,000,
found in the pasture with her
a broken, and was killed.
mixed, and s|naked on the squash
vines when
reined v
pw is on, is «*fe
The farmers of Madison county
Ohio, have saved immense sums by
gathering monthly at their county
seat to sell and exchange various
fknn articles and stock.
Mr. Foster says the cotton bugs
are attacking the soft maples, aud
are about as fatal to them as the bor
ers are to the locust tree. He uses
kerosene.
lands along creeps and rivers Is ruin
ed by being overflown bv njuddv
water. Kverv available field of grass
should be cut, as evidently there
will be a scarcity of hay.
The Iowa State Grange Agency is
doing a profitable and prosperous
business, as we learned by visiting
headquarters last week. Bro. Day is
evidently in the right place.
Mr. S. W. Jacobs of West Liberty,
notwithstanding his heavy sales last
spring, has now on hand about eighty
head of Short Horns, consisting of
GWynnes, Princesses, Paris, Brides,
Ac.
The complaint is general from the
entire Northwest that it has been
too wet to plow corn. In many cases
not a furrow has been run since com
was planted, and as a consequence
foxtail and weeds sre rampant.
There is no known cure for glan
ders, quacks to the contrary notwith
standing. So Mr. X. need not seek
one. But there are ten chances to
one that his horse has not got this
fatal disease. We have not heard of
a genuine case in Iowa for ten years
The Executive Committee of the
Iowa State Grange have divided the
State up into seventy-five Ifepresen
tative districts, providing, by giving
a few counties two and three dele
gates for one hundred members of
the next State Grange. Most of the
ouuties have one representative
A Minnesota editor announces
that the agricultural department of
his paper will be conducted by a su
peranuated Granger from Iowa, whose
life has lieen spent trying to graft the
mangel wurtzel on the burr oak. llis
first article will appear in his next
number, entitled. '"The best soil for
Bologna sausage.v
Paris Green is an effectual remedy
for potato bugs, but it is a deadly
poison, composed of 'wn native poi
sons, salts of copper and arsenic,
changed into another state by equal
ly dangerous agents—corosive acids.
And it cannot be handled too care
fully Ami it would bo a dangerous
experiment to dust an acre of pota
loea with it when the breezes are
sufficient lo waft the dust.
The M* Prof, l.iebig, in hit letters
on modern Agriculture, wrote: "A
stock of cattle may prove very use
ful to the farmer, and yield him a re
ruunerative return in butter, cheese
and meat: !ut :h s is quite a distinct
affair from the tillage of his fields,
and he ought to know, and must be
taught, that there is absolutely a
compulsion upon him to keep cattle.'
The late Short Horn sale of Miller
and Cochrane, of Toronto, Canada,
went up to the fancy prices of the
bogus ssles of King and others last
year. There were thirty-six females
sold, averaging ll,T38.'JO and three
bulls, averaging ••,150. The thirty
nine head sold for tTi,Oo»i.OO One
cow, the Airdrie Duchess, sold lor
18,U00.
T.F.Bingham,in the
Prairie Fanner
ridicules the idea and praciiceofimpor
ting Italian bees. He says: "Some
people suppose that close breeding
is injurious, and the queen raisers
pander to the whim. If it is. how
long will it take to find it out. Bees
have been kept in Italy as long as
we have authentic history, and yet
no perceptible change has ever been
recorded."
William Muir, in
Colman's Rural
makes a strong plea for the
County (Jrange, which he believes
should be permitted to take a higher
position in the Order. The
cultural, a
Weekly
has already placed on record
its prediction tlint the County Grange
will in the ni'ar future largely replace
the National and State Grange in the
executive and the ndminstrative
work of the Order.
William Crozier, in charge of an
extensive farm on Iong Island, is
endeavoring to establish firmly anew
breed of sheep, produced by crossing
Cotswolds and Southdowns. lie ha'
produced, havs the
Awrirfi,, A'jri-
sheep with a heavy fleece
of combing wool, superior in quality
and equal in weight with that of the
pure Cotswold, and with as good
quality of flesli as the .Southdown
and one-half greater size.
The
J-'ariior^ Journal,
tion
There is a great amount of foolish
twaddle published in newspapers
One will say that it will make a
horse's eye weak to have a side win
dow to the stable,—a window in
front, says another, will hurt by its
direct glare. A window behind
makes a horse squint, and a diagonal
window makes him shy when in har
ness. At present it is strongly urged
». to have dark stables. This latter is
evidently wrong. Men and animals
were created to have and enjoy the
glorious light of the sun. Vigorous
Health cannot lie enjoyed without it.
At the late meeting of the Alton,
III., Horticultural Society, Mr. James
Star said the time was past when it
would pay to plant and tend a vine
yard for the purpose of wine and
fruit. He would take care of vine
yards already planted, but would not
plant new—better grow corn, etc.
But it is not too late to put out vines
for the supply of the family with this
delioioua and health-giving fruit.
Not one-third of the families in the
i country have an abundance of them.
It ia a fruit we can have, and have
abundantly.
ofMl Oil Johnny
The Gtobr-J)raa,Kr(tt, will retnetn
ber the famous Johnny Steele, who
went to bed one night in Venango
Valley,Pa.,and awoke the next morn
ing to find himself petroleum million
air, with so much money he did not
know what to do with it.so he bought
firs? class hotels in Philadelphia, and
gave them away tmught lodging
houses, to "run" for a tflgtit purehas
ed exfaragant horses and carriages
aud gave to drivers the next day in
short, who khot up ke a rocket and
came down like a stick—made th
circle from penury, through nearly
two millions o| money, to beggary
again in sixteen months. Well, that
same Johnny is now at work on the
Rock Island road, not far from here
as a bridge builder, for the suin of
one dollar and seventy-live cents per
day. He is just as contented and
happy as though he had never heard
of an oil well. His home is at Dun
lap, in Crawford county. His wife, a
beautiful woman accepts the fate of
their fortune with the philosophy of a
true hearted woman, and makes her
self as happy in the poor man's cot
tage as in the palace, and wears
calico dress with as much satisfaction
as she once donned silks and satins.
Johnny says he lost the most of his
money by loans to friends who never
|aid, and by deposits in banks which
broke. He thinks he will be able to
recover about forty thousand dollars
from one of them. He has learned a
little about the value of money, and
his host of friends—for he is a popu
lar fellow with all who know him—
trust, for the sake of his true and no
ble hearted wife that he may get it.—
was
leg
Bugs are the great enemy of
squash. Two quarts of keresene
tl.6
oil
De.t Moines Correspondent St. Louis
Democrat.
The Two Soldiers.
The Republican State ticket has
good fighting material in it. At head
of it, as Mr. Gear said in his speech
the Convention, is the old War
Governor,who sent seventy-five thou
sand boys in blue cheering to the the
front—the man who is of all others,
next to General Baker, the most pop
ular man with all Iowa soldiers.
The candidate for Lieutenant Gov
ernor also has a fine record as patriot
and soldier. The records of the Ad
jutant General's office bear these hon
orable facts in his favor: "Joshua
Newbold, thirty-two years old, enlist
ed August '.'th, 1802, from Henry
county (Hillsboro),was born in Penn
sylvania, was commissioned as Cap
tain Sept. .iTth, 186*i, and mustered
into the United States service same
day. He served until April 4th,
1M4,
when ne resigned and was honorably
discharged by Special Order No. ti.3.
Department of the Tennessee, Major
General McPherson. commanding.'
Colonel Abemethv, too, is of gal
lant record as a soldier. The records
of the Adjutant General's office bear
th is testimony in his honor: "AlonzO
Abernethy, born in hio,aged twenty
five. enlisted from 1 ,eo, Fayette coun
ty, in Company F. Ninth iowa Infan
try, was mustered into the United
States service- Sept. 12th, 1861, as
First Sergeant, was promoted to Sec
ond Lieutenant March 11th, 1802, to
First Lieutenant Feb. Gth, 18113, to
Captain July 24th, 18i!o, to Major
January 1st, 180.%, to Lieutenant Col
onel June lftth, 1805, mustered out
honorably, July 18th, 180"), at Louis
ville, Kentucky. He was wounded
at the b-it tle of Pea Pid^e, March ?th,
18G2."
The Council Bluffs A'mpw t«
the following ly way of introd«i on
to the Iowa people of the Republican
nominee fur Suprema Judge:
Mr. Adams is, w* believe, a native^
of Vermont. His father wa« a far
mer, and our next Judge was brought
up to and followed the same occupa
tion until he entered Dartmouth Col
lege, from which instilution he grad
uated with honor in 1%48. Having
completed the prescribed course of
study in the law school connected
ith Harvard University, Mr. Adams
entered the law office of ex-Governor
Coolidge, of Windsor, Vermont, with
whom he formed a partnership on the
day he was admitted to the bar.
This partnership, so auspiciously be
gun, continued until the year 1854,
when Mr. Adams removed to Du
buque, this State, where he has ever
since resided. As an attorney he is
said by those who should know, to
hold a rank second to no one in this
part of the West, Acute, logical,
profound, thoroughly disciplined and
cultivated, he has been pronounced,
and no doubt rightfully, as standing
higti as regards l**gal, classical and
general learning and literature, and
is, therefore, pre-eminently qualified
for the office to whirh he is already
as good as elected.
Specimen* of Iowa Woods.
The undersigned, having been ap
pointed by the Centenial Board and
the Governor of the State, to make
collection of the woods of Iowa, sol
icits specimens of all the native and
introduced trees and shrubs. Th
following am desired:
Cross sections of the trunks of the
largest specimens of tree and shrub,
the sections to have bark attached,
and to be twelve inches in thickness
measured along the grain of the wood
Rough blocks of wood, measurii^
nine by seven by three inches.
Fruits and seeds (pods, nut, etc.)
of native trees and shrubs.
Leaves and flowers of the same,
pressed and dried.
In addition to the above, the fol
lowing data are greatly desired:
Cedai
Rapids, truly says: "We heartily
cooour with our exchanges in advising
fanners ul Iowa to beware of men
who spring up with a herd of cattle
and offer for sale who have
at stake as breeders, such men
whenever found require watching
and are a curse as well as a draw
back to the breeding and improve
merit of our stock and should be
shunned by every farmer and legiti
mate breeder in the country/'
Lists of trees and shrubs known
grow in any locality.
Observations on the value of th.
wood of different trees and shrubs,
for fuel, lumber and other purposes
reputa­
Observations o.i the value of the
same kind of wood from different lo
calities, on different soils, etc.
An Illinois writer in the
Gentleman
E. McClenahan, of Sigourney, on
the 3d of June, welcomed to this
mundane sphere his
An Impressive Sight.
Titer* were seventeen of them—
exactly seventeen. They marched
down Michigan avenue in double file
—all but one. He marched alone at
the head of the column. They were
noble young men. They had high
foreheads and intelligent faces, and
there was a stern, determined look
on each face—a l«wk which said they
would die at their country's c*H
Wee 'hev going forth to battle?
Were they going to the rescue of
some kind sentiment which the wi
ed world was trying to blot from the
hearts of men Were they going to
the succor of the unfortunate and
distressed? No not a cent's worth
—thev vrere going out to plav base
ball. It wa-. an imposing sight to
see them march, march, each form
erect, each step in time, each face
bearing that look which warriors
wear when the roar of battle is loud
est. If every one of the seveuteen
had bf»en on their way to the wood
pile or the cornfield the sight would
not have been more grand and thrill
ing.
Cwrrent Notes.
The wool clip is the Isigest ever
sheared in the country.
China has stopped the exportstioo
of Coolies to Cuba.
The original Independence day,
July 4th, 1 76, was on Thursday.
The champion rose of the world
has been found in Santa Barbara,
Cal., and is sixteen and three fourths
inches in circumference. It is of
lemon color, possesses a delicious
fragrance, and ia a climber, growing
upon a trellis.
An Kuglish medical journal has ac
complished what has always been
thought an impossible task—number
ing the hairs of the head. It announ
ces that there are from 160,000 to
200.UOii hairs iu a lady's head, and
then computes their value by relating
an incident which it says happened
to Madame Nilsson during her resi
dence in New York city. She was
at a fancy fair, and an admirer asked
her the price of a single luir from her
head. She said tlu, "and in a few
moments the Swedish songstress was
surrounded by admirers anxious to
buy a hair at the same rate." The
proceeds were given to the fair. At
this rate, the value of Madame Nils
son's hair is $2,000,000.
A Philadelphia baker has informed
the police that he has an irresistible
desire to bake his wife, and they
have I'vked him up. Philadelphians
now pull their loaves apart and look
for baked baker's wives.
Mrs I Harrison says the Iowa tan
ning weed is known as "kiss me over
the g.rrden fence."
N»»', I he famous oarfo*lui«»4» »i
at Morrristown, N. J.
A San Francisco man Has been sent
to jail lor fifty days because he kissed
littl«* girl against her will.
The Glen Farm Herd.
Public Sale
SHORT HORN CATTLE,
v.
Monro*,
I ... ... .1. S. I
ffMSmlffElifl 1.
On Hie Fair (around*,
M»iiir*, Iowa.
IHM liortl was In IM'.I, and no
public or private sales of tmifers lia»
con in tele up to li in lime, and the purchase*,
lade from the different her In in the east
urins Unit period, toget)ifT*witli tlie natur-
Incri-nse, has -nnrnecl the herd no as to
ndei it necessary to
IK-
and as for the individual merit of the
entire lot re can salcly sny areeijual to any
rd of line 8i/.e e\ei •tTere for s.ile in the
TBKMS OK SAI.K: o n e i w i
out Interest if p:ild when due If -not, ten
lercent trorn dale. Notes payable at First
Jattonal Bank. Newton. Iowa.
Libera) discount for cash.
Catalogues on application
J. S. I,ON(i, Monroe, Jasper Co., Iowa.
Col..I. W. Jl fiv, Auctioneer.
N. B. The day after this sale, at same place,
Dr. O. Sprajfue, D. M. Kiinn and Mark Klinn
sell a iari?e mr«l of Hhorl-horns. w2«eow
Original Notice.
N. U. Moore, plaint ift,
vs. Circuit Co«rt Ot
D. C. Cole, Ktiodit Cole, Cedar tvmnty, la.
welter I.II ayes. Thonip Augunt term, 1*76
sou A Churchill,defeii'H.
To the above named defendant:
You are hereby notified lhal there is now
on tl'.e in the ottlce of the Clerk of tde Cir
cult 'ourt, lti iiid for the county of Cedar
n the iljite of low a, a petition of W. O
Moore, p'alnt Iff, cla i tuin* of you ei^ht hun
dred and ioriy dollars, with ten per cent 1
terest thereon from Auicust ^*1.
iatrinsic
Heavy specimens should be sent by
freight, the lighter ones by express.
Address, Prof. C. E. Bessey, Agricul
tural College, Ames, Iowa.
Country
discovers a difference in
the varieties of the Peachblow pota
to:
1
"The New Jersey Peachblow, pro
cured, from New York city, has a fo
liage and growth greatly differing
from the Michigan Peachblow. The
former has an eitraordinary vigor
ous growth, very broad shining leaxeg
of a green so deep that it offeis a
suggestion of blue, while the growth
of the latter is scarcely less strong
but with narrow leaves of a compara
tively pale green. Evidently the
New Jersey Peachblow, and that of
Michigan, are either two different
kinds, or the one or the other, or
both, have been greatly modified an
changed by soil and climate."
twenty fourth
child, a girl. He is only sixty-four,
and says he never will be happy un
til he score* the twenty-fifth. Nine
teen of the children are liviag.
|s"l.
JMiog Farmers1
Thti»c tr vou who arc In need of
Fitms iicniiY.
For the lr.on should l|Ol frtll to
World Eieiiottiifil
HARSH HARVESTER
It liti- i- '.•"!« in ul trials
Drove the Law, Adams, French and the
Elward froin the lit Id last year ia
our countv. Don't buy an un
tried Machine, but buy one
that lias been in use -ome
sixteen years, nnd not
found wanting.
ft ft VtrrufH t« Work it all Limb »w! f-wiiliw «f
Gra'B,
PRICE REDUCED TO $175.00 CASH,
Thus being: within the reach ef every one.
Call earlv aud leave yonr orders.
Very Respectfully, IStf
W. 1. L0RHICR. Slanw ood, Ia.
Agent for Cedar Jones counties
J. F. MUZZY.
Manufacturer and Dealer In
z
urn sun
BRIDLES, WHIPS,
COMBS, BRUSHES
A Utile of Ever)thing thai Be
loiiy* to Hie llorac.
Oppocil e i iie uui Hni *e,
Htl Tipton, Iiiww.
Cttsh for JIhtos.
IZlew /!H£k,erfk®emen{©.
as dut
on a promt.-,r note made by i). C. Cole
so to forei lose a mortgage ol even date II
with, .'iveii to secure the
NHITIC.O.I 1-
tci-t of
the east part of lot ». block 12 clarence, Ni
persona claim Is made against any of th«
defendant* except I). Cole.
Now, unlaw* vou appear to said petition
and defend thereto ut or before noon of tht
aecond day of the next term ol said Court,to
be begun an-' held at Tipton, In s,id c.
ty, on tlie I day of August,
1ST",,
27 a
a di-'ault
will be ent'-red ag-Ou-it o'l anil judgruer
rend.-r--il thereon in accordance with th
prayer ol ««l 1 pet 11 ion.
Pt ATT A CABR.
Att'y for Plaintiff.
Ayer's
Sarsaparilla
la widely known
a one of the moat
effectual remedies
ever dwrovered for
cleansing the iy»
tem and purify(n»
the blood. It has
etood the te»t of
years, with a con
stantly growing rep
utation. based on its
virtues, and sustained by its re­
markable cures. So mild a-, to be safe and
benefn ial to children, and yet so searching
•s to effectually pur^ out the great cor
ruption* cf the blood, puch as the scrofulous
and syphilitic contamination. Impurities,
or diseases that have lurked in the rystem
for years, soon yiold to this powerful anti
dote, and disappear. Hence it* wonderful
cures, many of wkii are publicly known,
®f Scrofula, all scrofulous di&eases.
Ulcers, Eruption*, and eruptive dis
orders of the »kin, Tumore, Blotoiies.
Bolls Pimple*, Piutuleo, Horen,Ht.
Anthony'* Fire, ItoM or Kryhlp©
.,Te™er»
8ut
Heady Itlnifworm, and internal Ul
cerationa of the I'tenix, Stomach.
Liver. It also -ire
i o'.her com
plaint", to which it would not teem eopeci
ally adapted, nx as DropNjr, Iyfipep»
i* Heart DiseaMu
Female Weaknesn, DebUltyTand
Leucorrhaea, when they are manifesta
tions of the scrofulous poisons.
It is an excellent restorer of health an 1
Strength in the Sprine. By renewing the
tite and vigor of the digestive organ?,
Miipatcs the depression and listless lan
P»or or the season. Even where no disorder
appears, people feel better, and live longer,
for cleansing the blood. Tlje system moves
on wiii» vigor and a new lease of
Jiie.
fUBPAKED BY
Dr. J. C. AYER
CO., Lowell, Mass.,
it
frmetie^ an* Analytical CKemitU.
§ou
»T AW. mwwn
A week eusrranteed to male end
Tk female Af-nlH, in their local!!**.—
cost# nothinic to try it. Particular*
free, V VI CK!5V A *., Aii*ni!». Me.
Hrfnir 1 on Start
TRAVELERS'
OF HARTFORD. COWN.
BOOK AGENTS
antt
II e
CHIIvnssiiitf
tiny never'net with
MUrh Mice.•» or inudc bo hirtre
redueeJ In hlze
This salt* will comprise the entire h«rd over
one yenr old, except a Ijw not in oaleable
indition. since the herd was founded,
ire h:i li.-en used to secure the services of
e bent to be found in the country,
luoii* them ^h liuitc of Goodness. I'll]in
ooil l.-iii. Breastplate Jr. and Major Dun
an. The female* are representatives of
any or the moat popular families ot the
i
WBI£I
since co'iiiiienclng tlie sale i.f my work.
For t*riu^ and territory, nddrens 'inclosiua
two postage »tauiu and stating experieucei
K. V- Pierce, M. D„ World'* IilapeilHary,
Buffalo, N. Y. A*of,—Mark envelope "Kor
FubliHhlnK Uep't.'"
$50 to $10,000
PER
CENT.
"How it. ,i l: .ols on w v,sent
free. tUMBHIOGE 1
CO Hanker-i- l'.rokera
2 Wall-.,!., N. 1
W\TEKV \K\Y SCALE PIW0S
»r*-tin* iti-il**: »h^( iich an
tme pweriui, purr it 1
WATERS' Concerto OIUiAXS
cannot lie execi ed in tone ur lieautv lliey
defy c.iiii -tin 'ti Tne 'nri'-erto .stop 1
flue Iinltiiti'Oi I 11,.- Huiti-1 V lice.
PRICES EXTREMcLY LOW lor „-li during lliix
Month. ml lily tixtiilliiientM received
Pianos and i irnariK to let. and reni-monev
allowed il jeircliased. Se- »nd-liiin Inxtm
Iiienl, ATGHtAI BARGAINS AGENTS WANTED
A illj-i-al in.I IVaciieri n :n|i-m
''h- I. 1 n
duccueiitii lo the ir« it-. I Hit it rated rata
loicu.-H Mai let! HOHAt -WATERS i SOWS. 4(1
Broadway, New i ork B-
FOR ALL,
HOMES
rni:ti'
ttNII.
U //. String Machinm.
Large Discounts for (ash.
Machines sent on trial lo iinv purl of the
COIIIIIIK
ill Ujr exp.-iiKe il not cepte,|.
Seh.i fui lalenl circular, and lerm.s L.i
JOHNSON, CLARK & CO.,
Oeu'l
AKIKI-.M.V,
CHICAGO. ILL.
•State in wiiat papei -, r, u ,.i a t.,),.
THE WEEKL7 SUN. iSSffl
.mi.-., if. \. irN,)H».i.|iald,
LOUDON!
Misses Whitney & Eeihl
Are otferiug to tlie iiizeri-of London and
vi. 'huy :i
Large antl ('a re
fully
Silictcfl
•Sto'-k of
MillineRy&Fancy Goods,
Win II w ill I,.- SI,1(1 :it
LOWEST LIVING PRICES.
Call an I •T-iirniic before tinying. lvtliS
Komi 3TT.
To all v-iiorn it may concern:
The CommiMtorier ap»«oimed to locate a
hinliway coniniericlut:
,t
ner ot
llie riorthu e»l cor­
RPC.
S, tuv. ti, iip north rrtUKe
west ot the Ii p. m.. in t'.-d-u i- 'int\, j-m
niriii tiience couth one mile loiuid leriuiii
atlng at the nouthwi %t comer oi saiil sec.
lots reported In favor of he emtilil i*hiii«-nt
thereof and all ol.je tiot-« ercto. ur r-lailii«
for dariiHgeR
BHIHI
Kbeum. 5c3d
l-e *11, il i '.e Audltor'a
ottl'-e on or iiei.tr.- i-o,.n i e 'i„ ,|uv
IRoad ,\otli e-X«. am.
ToaTt xrhrirn It mny concern:
le oiiimiholoiier npp.inled lo locate a
highway coiuineiicint? at a point ou the
south line of the nnutliwebl quarter of aec.
townnhi KH. rante
X.
west of the
f,lU
where the road as now Ira' elci cruKse, said
line. In Cedar county, running trierice .lue
west on the section line to the •,otithwe*t
orner of n:ild secilon fi arid from Ihene due
ou all''lit tlirte-lourth* of a tulle to iriler
ect the roa.l i uniilng throiigli ti e h'-oih
weet ijunrlei of n. name township and
ranife. and also to vacate the road an -low
established through I he southwest quarter
said nee i. lias reported In lav ir of site',
locution and vacation, and ail ol.jei-t
Co. Auditor.
Something New,
.y.H-H- 'VKtJ 'he new Wght method
ror triinming horse*. Al»o •paying cattle*
•paetalttjr, SatUfaetlon snarranteed. Mf
ABay
Tea,
126 OO a day ts pisranteed imlnR mr
Well Auger and Drill# F**1 territory.
Highest testimonial" from the Governors of
Iowa. Arkansas and Dakota. All tools war
Uiuited. Two wells 50 foot deep enn l-' bored
Jn mie 1BV. and one veil will furninh water
•ufflclent'for 100 head of cattle. Splendid
work for winter as well as summer. Pescrlp.
five catalogue free. Tonnty ri«bt8 for sale.
aJdrtti JU.i WU.L JklOKK CO 11. Louie,
WEST'S
PULMONARY
BALSAM!
FOR.—
Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness,
ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS,
Wbooping Coush, Sore Tkroat,
CONSUMPTION,
lad til Disosej of tfae Ropintwy trpn
Trial Bottles. 25 and 50 Casta.
"35 Large Bottles, $1.00.
80L2* Ml' -ULL UMI U UISTS.
y\, w. FIELDS
WISHES
tlie Public to Know
That be keeps ut his New -lore, went
of the onrl K.junre.it
PULL LINE OF
VERY BEST QUALITY.
Also, all s,.rtM ot
Or
X_i
E
JSi
.A.
M'oodenware, \otions,
Hi i* itiai k»(. Me a so um beat
M'eclHlt.v
Fine China & Fancy Wares
HOLIDAY PRESENTS.
I'rlcea na l.ow a» llie l,ouel,
flu I I
NICHOLS. SHEPARO & CO.'S
"Vibrator" Tlresler.
i"e BRILLIANT SUCCESS i»
(ii^aiu-.-s.Mug. tim.-saMtig THRESH
ER,'- unprecedented !he annals of
Karin i'-iiini r\. In a lo "ef tn-r ,.,l i! has
n rtLLT »S
TABLISHED. x- "LEADING
THRESHINO MATH N€."
.ell
M.Mi
fie'*
•Minion Sen
eniiest hook ever ptrdiMiert
er i U*iiHtr»l
HMO»,
TlKtuxiiiu!* I»iv
it ut sllit wli i -..r-i noi lie i-i.iui-.-i pur
chase i he liaf.i-rii.ced Looks irea'.li-t 1 l.t
mestic Me ti""n». Ciililt-* other .Id
tnr.iuil) si!^ i In* work n li.» o:i_lil\ ».l
vertiMeil tFiroiiij'i ,nt N irtv Am-r.cu, This
tMcl, tier1 v. t!»» til' I..-.-- eic.-isu
apiie'.runc. an 1 .•! i-.v I- .• iltie
bo-H ,^,t:l'-s i ui i i V titan
any work ever i.iild1 (ui.-Hry
I hose of rav «2eTH» who litvn hal ex:.-ri
ence in hellMic t» xtKs, Kty liiitt 111 all melr
previous
I'vMJLnO t' L. i uot "w i Iti^
U :-i v
:cm
of -.'Iier
lijifMii-r*. wn**i4 ou ut© ran
trtfi/ »t ts.i^ lor navtng Kraln, -avtuK
tirue, {tn«i Io111fast,thorough and enni'no
*rk.
THRESHERMEM FIND IT highly ^.'.vantAKeou
run a niiichmi' Hi.it
Ikis
im
'•pickfcr». «»r
"APM»n.
that ii.ct-iirh DRIUJ
»irair», srra« Hen'tinifv,
thy,
.NS I
i
F.I ItMiCIiS!
The Best & the Cheapest.
Manufactured at Tipton, b7
HEPNElt&I'I liCIIKIl,
Sole liU .r (,'ouiit'
Evamirid ttie.c miiU liefora parcli.nting.—
They have advtttita?e« over any otber mill
In tbe uiiirket, and will not coit you much
more tli in half t*'e money.
Manufactory oppo*ite Murry'n blackamlth
shot., in the old Ba£lcy Wngoo *bop. Ktf
I I K A O
NORTHWESTERN R. R.
U:B?
rs for CHICAGO, Detroit, Toledo,
Cleveland, Buffalo, Niagara Fall«, Pittchure.
Ctn. in'iMti, Rochester, Albany, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec, Portland, Koxton, New
York, I'liHiiil'-lplil.i, Ballliiiure, \VaHhini(tti,
Ht. Loin-, ,.iii(i, S:in KraneiHco, Sacramento.
ocdeji, Salt l.ake f'ity, Denver, Conn'il
Blutts, hioui City, «t. Paul, Marquette.
KiR»nali., Mrna-ha, Madison, li"\enne,
Ornuhu, Yankton, VVinoiifl, Dillulli, Jree"
Hay, Milwaukee, and all point., North, Went,
South !irni K««t, should l.uy their ticket* via
f^U[ AO I iriil tiiu
Chicago & Northwestern Kuilway.
CI se connectionK are made ut Chicago
With the I.ake Hlrore «fc Miehizun Southern,
Michigan t.-ntral, Baltimore A Ohio, Pitt*'
•burn, Fort Wayne fc Chican.., Kunkukee
Line and I'.n Handle Routca, for all point
EAST ajid SOUTH KAST, and with the
Ctiii azo V Alton aud Illinois Central for u 11
point# SOl'TH.
lose connections are also msde with the
Inion Pacific R. R. at Omaha for all tar
West points.
Crimtvrtion* are taa4t at jmu-tum point*
with traint of all crom rml».
,l
July, !.! ot Iilfc,i»,iv
iHhi"-i »d
H|I| I- IH-
•*..i.im»T re!«-riiiee
tiier, to.
ZiWt VJ, iJ( K i \.tilt i| J,, AU.Iiior.
UL MA PA LA
CM CA MS,
Tliet-e, celebrated car* are rnn on all nlltht
tfHlii® on all the HMOM of thin roail,
1 hW \n th^ ONLY I.INR running those cars
»etw«'nn Chio.a^ro and 8t. Paul or Chlci"o
Mid Milwaukee. '."ic.a^o
At Omaha our Sleepers connect with the
Overland Sleeper* on the Union Pacific
Railroad, for all point* west of the Missouri
River. Anions tlie
Inducement* offered bf thl* Route
to the traveling public are all the modern
iniproveiui'iit4: rock and Gravel Balla»ti-(|
track, .steel rail, rock and Iron Bridifc
1 arlor and Draw ntc Room Day Coach.
•Jinokinif and Lounsinir Cars, Wc,tiriKhou-.
Safety Air Brakes, Miller's Patent Safety
Coup infl- and Platforms, Speed, Safety and
Absolute Comfort.
p. in
JOHN
thereto, or claim* foi damage* must !,« died
in the Auditor office ou ur lielore niion of
the .'ilst .lay or July, a. d. 1HT1, or such high
way will lie located and vacated wlihout
reference thereto.
25Wi MUHKAU f-ARROLI,,
thiV'route
agenU can
1MPOJRTMD
CLYOESBALE HISIS?
The subscriber will stand his horses for
the season of 1*75, commencing Monday
April lWth, as follows:
NETHERBY,
•. olor. hHijiit liav, wet?1i« t.tVst ponmis, will
stand Mondays and Tuesdays at Andrew
Miner's In sec. 'J.Freinnnt township.Wednea
dityit at fStnnwood, and the rest of WM weak
ut his own otiilile.
SOVEREIGN.
Color, iltijt-ili'd yrev, weight 1,-t.Vl )oiinda
will fctan-i the .stable of John Ileclit. Jr.,
eiijlit mihs doulliiant of v'liiience. Thursday
ai il Fridav of each week, aud the r, st of tlM
Week Ml ltitt llVll ataUd.
Scottish Champion,
Color, Mack, Weighs 1,S60 pounds,will «l:iild
on Saturday at Stan wood, and the balance
ol the tiliiM at bis own stable,one mile north
oi C'laifuce.
COMET,
WIH •land for mures this teams, Moo
days at Tits own stable, one mile fron'i C1n,r
cnce Tuesdays ut .to Little's, Keil Uall
Wednesdays and Thursdays, till noon, at
John Ferguson's, Ked Oak Thursdsys, p,
ui., and Fridays at Jai. Davidson's, in Fre
mont tp. Saturdays at Stan wood. To ill
sure #l/».
TERMS—To insure, Netherby, $18 8of
ereiifu, #Iti Scottish Champion, payahw
1st of February, Msres leaving tU«
county beuire that time w ill be charted aa
season mures. All accidents at owner's risk.
l'cdi^rees of the above borses caa be eem
at my residence.
Kxtract taken from the Edinburgh
i?-w.
Rrv~
for lift. IS7-I
Vou will Observe that the extract refer* to
the report of General de I jiniorlelere, spec
ially appointed by the French government
to investigate the merits of the d'fterent
breeds oi draft lior»e«. General de Lauiori
elere. slates as follows
Notwithstanding he broad difference that
necessariy exist# between the cart horse
breed ami horses used for purpose* of lux
ury, the Knglisii, who know how to mould
nature Hccordint: to their natural want*,
have solved the problem:and we lately wlt»
uesseil at tlie meeting of the Agricultural
Institute, at Versailles.working in theaama
Held, with ploughs exactly similar and on
der identical con Itllons, from learns coin*
pofc.-d as follows:
I. two Clydesdale mares.
1.' Three Suffolk mares.
Three IVielieon rriarcH.
I Three lioniogneseirini'ea.
The two Ciyiiesdale marea performed the
same tank as the otl tnri* feama, and did
It iruicli quicker, on point.of lima the teama
flnlsiied 1helr work In the order indicated
*tx»-. The^iifJoli, mures finished much be
fore the I'eteherons, and between the latlar
an the It'iuiognewe tiiere was scarcely any
difference.
The abo.e pointscloarly before the public,
i li" liier hs of the different breeds of draft
horses, considered from a French stand
point.and slews clearly that, the Clydesdale
are more Uiau one-third superior to tlie
French breeds. 1 ani Interest* personally
iu Ihe Clydesdale, hut I have quoted tlnsar
tlcle to show tnat 1 don't wish people to
Judge them from w hat 1 say, or any othar
Importer but let them Judge tlo ii' 'om the
French point ot view The only advanta,
1 admit thai the French and ftelginn breed*
have Is that lliey can he bought cheaper In
the first instance, bull have vet to learn
any other.
JAMES GRI2IG, Proprietor,
C'larvooc, Ain il,
fmpt?rtecf French
PERCHERON STALLION.
id
DUKE OF CHARTRES.
'ihi- tjomtut in l^n-n, i
rnpori» »l l»y M. l.C'»viU,oi lj*lawar*% Olii
s .japplf irrt\v, live years old,
iiati'ls liitfh, welRhK 1.7V hHSgoml
action, fiMi wutu -V 4. in! an tfi)., 'Will
Ntnrxi the *»l 1-7-Si»t be ui»'!r
Wauies VcCoukir, Onion
IJI cotiiit.v Jnwa. Insurant*
aiiii itl rit»k of «»v*u*'T nmre
rfusoii* wliy f^rrnern shouht us»- n*w.
l*'t Ifts ability t«» «*hi i y s» lf»a
I 1»JJ
ATI«L »11
«-ii''li t?U-U11
J^RNIN HI
U i ll ENTIRE EAbE AN0 EFFEC: IVc HESS
Clean* to perftT! iou kkvi's the fanner hi
thresh I.ill by vxtra Kaving of grain inafe*^
no "Lin^ring*:" LESS THAN ONE
HALF tf.»' usual Beli^. J.»urnal, anU
I'IIMIT RNANAȣFTL IT8* RT-PALIH
th»i? tfrain miser* pr* far toemnioy and wait
for. ev*n at advanced prices, whl.'e other iu
fries are "out «»f
Four sizes ma'te whh 6. 8, tO and 12 Norte
••Mounted" Powers, also a specialty of Separators
"alone, expressly fOr STEAM POWER, and to
match other Horse Po*er.
IliJit "»*si i irtgiiiiii i- i or ttir^nh
f.
i i *r,itjrrf
•r*U"s, tyltA, piioes
MiU'. wi *.• 'nr 11
with full partw
NICHOLS, SHEPARD
A
CO.,
H'ltde
7v
rk\ MH'hi'jd
«EO. D. i:vi:\s& KO\«t,.4ffenla,
tlarctirc, l»ua.
i
at
mor« ru?.' cf Kftri Sa.
Ilia c:\r\y
ma
tnrlt y, Wt-inie m«I for w uk or
fram twotn tUiVf y athnuit vfftn
\«'Ongtfr i-h'iti the orflUi^'v uTt
injiiiinr
-m
UHKU »^in, mirt ufWHy*
'*i 4hIt* »i» tK-o'umf h'*ir «'v anil r*c
»D. 54, i «-iidururtfi* '-tl KlTiA
-i uenlfim mnn
-l avinv, joints 0.1
•1 *Hk »k
*-N,
wh'cU ttr* nhii'wi (iitka'itf, 1
1' »rrh.
unlade .lucUi, ot ih- Am^notn AgitfBi
luruMKt, K«iyn: Thf P*-.i,ht",on n
-sf Jiii'ls iiit Hiiioi.i? iu Jl bife«J
«»t the wkild. lllH\aIuc h»H bft n Miorciit^h
l\ t^ntfd hi tni« ci»untry. cc»iiitiinh»« a*
U*e« a certain uttracuvt-uemi of h| ver^
free aninit, cor»*ider«hle wperd, with
bh
toundlng strength for hln weight.
I2m3 M. D. COVILL A CO.
lust pnlilltihed, n new ed
itionoi Mr. 'ulverwel 'i
eleiiru'ed K«sv on the
radical cure without rued
ieii.t "-[c-rjii.i'orrliue!t ~euiluai Weak
tien«. Inv.ilunlarp Keminnl lossr*, Impoten
c.v. Mental m-l I'n.vhicul Inc .^n'-itv, truiied
irnenti. to M»rri:iu, e c., hI-u Counnnit!
Tbe eelehrate.i anthor, in tts 1.-4 adiiiiruble
K^sy, clearly •!er:ion«tr!ireR, fr'itu
n
In a plain envelop*, U-
jiddreyt, mt-|iaid, on receipt of six
cents or two p»wt ktainps.
Addre^ the I'liblisbers
.1. UM\i: A «..
127 l-.'Hv'KUy. NKW YilVK.
Pont-office Box 45KA. 15vl
GIFTEhtbpeise
Tfcf ir!) R'i »bi r»-
hj'i'j
Jti.- lio.se and buggy, with »tlver tnoun
te.l harness worth *00. One tine unel
Kosewo.,.! lano, worth *Y*. Ten family
M»''blnes,
W$
Runiiinjf through Five Oreat States, and
opeiatin^ oier a.tMj miles of road, this Com
p«uy presents to the traveler facilities thai
Arl, not and CANNOT be offered Ty any
Conip-titor.
s'n ticket* via
If you wish the best traveling accommo
dations, yoa will buy your tickets by this
route, and will take no other.
KABVUf HCOHITT,
ut! 3tp»riitnin?
Mil
hi ib.' fomtrj
9$»0,000
00
IN VALUABLE GIFTS!
TO HI-: I'l-SI KIHITKIi IN
L. D. Sine's 173d Regular IVIonUily
SIFT EHTEBPBiSE!
Tn I-. hmu n Monthly, Jtmr TIh li^'i.
TWO OKA.M) CArri AI.S (IK
$5,000.00Each In Cash!
T»h I'ris t'l.liW i
Five Prue i-JA* "li iX CASH.
T« Priw* $l»!
CLOUGH & WARREN ORGAN COMPANY.
like KtXIOXS & GLOITCM Organ «*,)
—iMPnovnn—
CABINET .ORGAN
\u
s-
Combination
Fitted with the newly Invented
Seribner's Patent Qualifying Tubes,
An invention having a most Important bearing on the reputation of Reed Instrument*
nacan* of which th« qnar.tlty or volume of tone IK very largelv Increased tnd
the |uality of tone rendered
Equal to that of the Best Pipe Organs of the same
Capacity.
Our celebrated "Vo* C-el«»te," "Vn\ llinnana," "Wilcox l'atent," "Oeteve
charming "Cello" or "Clarionet" Stops, "(ieni* Horn," "Crtmona,'
Antfi'lct." "Viola Etlieria," and
ALL THE LATEST IMPROVEMENTS
Can he obtained only in these Organ*. Fifty different ntylee for the parlor at'
church the beat material and workmanahip quality and volume of tone anaqaal.
Furiory MHl Warerooin*. Corner (illi
c£KNABEPIANOS^
w.Lt.COR.STATC
JUDGE NOT
BY PAST EXPERIENCE
Willi Tr»v»-liny In
u' i.uiiHiiii i I*
ichliraHil
on.
Pt ?t.M ANKVTI.Y I/K'ATED AT83 I KUKY
f, n.-w No. 17 lHVt n) oi t. Iowa,
rt-beit: lie baa beet, f.-r Hi. punt it ui iear
jlielir. ban practiced undl,.-l» e "weiitv
(ars, anil i* a regular araluate
I.in.
Kpllepij* and Kir», iniluced by •clf-lndul
aence or sexual eiIr« vi«Kance, etc.
*S-I*rlce, in sealed envelop, only si* eti
tlilr'%
enr*'»ncce^tul |.r-net l.-e.t bat tbe alarming
conse niences of« ll-abu*'- may be rn.llciilly
cure.l wli liout lb. 'Iiiii^erous tr»e of inter
no I
medicine or the iiripllcutjon of tbe bnl?
pointing o.u a rii'Mie of cjre at or.ee xirnpie,
certain, and nlwiu:i!, by luevn^ v. ,1.
everv Mitferer, p" matter wli'it
Hon inay re, ma.y ire hlmaei! cbcai.l.v.prl
!v, and radically.
i Tbl» lecture should le in the hands ot
-y voirtti and everv man In the land,
nt under
KCMI.
&.
•x PA^unQSE
nt:y
Who ai e ^c.fTerini' rrnrn lie efteruot couth
ful 1'olileKor indiHcrel Ion lioiilila vail'Ihem
•elves of Ibla, tbe reateat boon ever laid at
tha altar of
HIHICIIIIK
mhicU
worth iiHi each, three
tiolu U ftt hf
K
and h«i i vvm i fHf
Three AirKTifMD Hunilit^ U s h. wt.ith
tl-Mear-h. T»-u Ladlfx* K.,id hiuitiiitf' watch
orih ?.fhearii. KUht hundred
Kold
4T Ifvrr hurinni WH'ctiPMdn
nli,,
Single Tlcketh Si Hi* Ticket* ts- twelve
Ticket,Sin Vweriii-Hve'iUkeia.m
Clrcnlara contalnlr.^ full IHt or pri«e,
deacripiion ol tliK muiiiiei ol
dti*lnK, M)1u
Other Inform ut inn r^fei
eric-- to »ie Iiut rlh
•V.0.":.w,il '"any one orderir iheiii"
All letters f,tist be .-ss.-d i •,
I.. 1. Nl Koi »a
Iic»li!crSsllihx.*•' SicsIt rti, ClfcClHNAl I*.0.
fW shin(jtzn St..
CHICAGO.
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lu
otb.T'co ,l "rly lri'll*e,ei l.iriH or
plenon un, AX'^fmn w,* Sol.'i'iTv- ''l!:!:
''enn 'nef,'' ''"h
U"'1 M,"''ool
It. V "renin of Me.licnl
aravinL"rex "!u^'ri,,e«l with ebaate en
uravingn, ex ph. ininv w bo inuv man «,i„,
not why The Impedimenta t« i.i,ir'rt«Ke
nature, c»u» and cure. I'rlce 'di
onat.s. aer,[ I"
3 3
tt
H. STEVXfTT,
Pijttjptr Agn*
,.iaio e»led envelo|«-. 'i
roee r-qulrlnu ^«rKlcal a d, In. .Ileal alien,I
teJI. or iKlvi.-e, may call or addrewi llie doc
can I rival Ida provided wllh private «|jHrt
poim'v'ely eurwf,80
VeZ*
M(
ut
hutriHiilte. I)r.
McAKI- h.F, will irimrantee to lorteit One Hun
dred Ocllare ("r every cHde of henilrml weak
neati or pir.au- iliM-usf of allV kin.I or char
acter wbl. lie undertaken and fail- lo cure.
Thfrre arciiifiny of
\_\n- tlnri r»
ui
pat I i« H',i
I MOIIICIIUIT-K SIUHII
II
v
MI
or
W.JI
app*..i. or the on|.
attt.ii or hu«,
fully ei|ilw»ii iii« tiaftire, muiH.
•ymptomj, _etc., of ••Hp.rm.torrhVn,"
MA." I At I t'UKIt (if
2
and
worth
tronj i to y ea h. ciiaftiK, silver
uaie I'MVtlry, cfr it-.
Number ot Gift* #,500. TicketUimltei! to 60.000.
*8«ftt» wanted lo tell Ticket*, lo whom Liberal Pre
miums ml! be (.aid.
MUBCATIWl, IOWA
Is
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Coupler
"Vo*
TO $roo.
pnrcrs, $ro
MII«I '«»ngr«M
DETROIT. MICHIGAN.
.'KSTABI.lfllKH IN l-V AtiKNTS WANTKIt IX KVKRV t'dl'NTV,
Address Clough Warren Organ Co., Detroit Itch
MrtfU,
rMlCAC0
llritmii
'•ud /.niern- in In-.IituIe-u
The Iioctor ircuw v.y
:i
tnt-rliod peculiarly
hi*own and in*ari.-itiy ai.eude.l wltli well
eatabli^h. 1 -uc, •-. inoiih coming uiidcr
treatment i,.,n .--i e.l ..f i. el ving ev
ery benciil «'iarnritee.i riy w| iiee, kklll and
a eonn'rerien*ive expel lence.
Female CornpUlnte.— in tliu I.epHrtnu nt of
Med I
el lie tii
e Joel oi is pi e|-ui to I reat In
the rr.tiKt seieiitin. niantjei. lie earnesl ly
solicita tliu attention of the afflicted to tn
noti -e, feeling I'eitectly contiii.-nt that li
mediclnejjiv.-s the most *p c.ly relief. Then
JDO NOT D£LAY,« a c.iiiii!aliit wlileb
if. curable to-.l.iy nuij' become Incurable In
nhort I line.
Ayer's
Hair Vigor,
For restoring to Gray Hair iti
natural Vitality and Color.
A drc-
which
once agrei-a'
effectual
tireserring
liair.
restores
or gray
to its origin--
color, with
gloss and freshness of youth. T!-
hair id thickened, falliug hair clie. kt-1.
and baldness often, though not al«.iy
cured by its use. Nothing can re?' r'
the hair whero tho follicles arc i
atroyed, or the glands atrophic!
decayed but such as remain ran
saved by this application, aud str
iated into activity,
for-
ty wb«» nr»'t rnuwili, I• Ii f*|
QAttOU.S til UiiJ
byaftllghl KinartitiK o l)tit-r»itj«c »r,n
and HeakeniDg 11^symi in in tnannor hal
the pall, n! uet-otit,I f.,» on examin-
I""""'
fl
-l-y ae.inuent
»a« ii ».•
I.••«.»!!
HTFTTIN
changing toad a uii.l !of|,i,l tn.-e.
There are many men who .tie
U|
ibi-,.uiti-
eully.lKnor.int of the eriuiiv, wl.l.-h is Hie
•wtoonil Mane of neiiil .ial weaHnchs. .Mr Mc
will Knarantee j.rrf.cl cure In all *uoh
csiaea arid a healths est..nil lor. of th, ,,,!0
urinary organ*.
°/S'c,e11°ar»-** loIi'jlull.A JInN.
All letteia iirornplly anawer. d.and corie
jpondence confld. nlal. Addles... |^,ri, u„,
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consequently prevent baldness. Th'
restoration of vitality it gives to
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merely for a HAIR DRESSING
nothing else can be found so desirable
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lustre, and a grateful perfume.
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