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VINECAR BITTERS
VlM«Jt*r Bitters are not a rile Fancy Drink,
mnW
tjf l*oor Rum, Whiskey, Proaf Spirit® and Refu*c I.iqtort
d«»stof*d, *picei, ami »wc teucd to please the taste, called
Tonic*," "Apjeiiicr»/' "Restorers,*' &c., thai lead
the tippler on to dmukennett ami ruin, but are a true
Mcdicuie', made from the native root* and herb* of i'aJi
t»roia, free froni all Alcntioiic Stimulants. They are the
Great !T)ood Purifier and a Life-Riving Principle, a Per.
/.*t Renovator and Invigorator of the System, carrying
VidT all poiwwmua hiAUei*, and restoring the ll«od to
healthy condition, enriching it, refreshing and invigorating
L-'iib mind and b*iy. They are e.ny «-f adnuiustr.tiiun,
prompt in their action, certain in their result*, safe and
instable in forms of disease,
i Person can take Ihfie Dltters accord
lug 10 directions, and remain long unwell, provided tlteir
)r»nes ara wot destroyed by mineral i -»i*on or other means,
and the .vital organs wn*ted tayoml the jw»ini of repair.
l))i|Mp«U or ludtKcstloii. Headache, Pain
jw the ShouUters. Coughs, Tightness of the i.'hcM, iJixti-
D0M, $u»r Eructations ol tlie Stomach, P.ad Taste in the
Mouth, Hihoiis Attacks, Palpitation of the Heart, In
flammation of the Loops, Pain in the regions of the Kd*
mmy*, and a hundred'other painfn! symptoms, arc the off
springs of Drtpejreia. in these complaints it ha* no
oquhl, and one bottle will prove a better guarantee of its
merits than a len^thv advertisement.
For FenaU^otuplalnts. in vnong or old, mar
ried or single, at the dawn of wutiianho*(i, t*r Hie turn
of life, tkese Tonic letters display so decided an iuJluence
that a marked improvement is soon perceptive.
For Inflammatory and liroitie Rhert
tnatlam anj Gout, Pys »epsia or !ndiic*.l:oii, !!•'.m*.
Remittent and liiicriiHiieuiJ cveniLJiftea.s:s .-t the Iiood,
Uver, KMnevs ftnd ttl&ddet, these llitters have been iniit
mecowful. Such *ase« are caused by Vitiated I'.iood,
wh eh is gtner.illy ivfoduccd by derangement c»f the Di
ge«tive )rg.ins.
Tli# nre n (Senile Pttrjfnflre
n
n*
Toiilr. po%cisj:.
well an
.tli
il-.c peo.iur merit .if ac irnj as
a potrtrfu agent in itf.icvu s Cungc:in or Inflamm.uioo
of the Liver and Visceral Oiq.ins, and in 15i'ii«:is Discuses.
For Skin Disease*, Enipt'.ous, Tetter, Sa't
dtHfimr, lilotches, Sjwts, 1'imples, Pustules, Koi, Car
btncie*. Ring-worms Scald-Head, S"re Kve«. ErvsipeJas.
Iteh, Scurf*, Ii«co!oration*i of the Skin, Humors and
T»ease of the Skin, of whatever name or nature, are
laterally dug up and carried out of the system in a short
rrnie by the use u( these Hitters. One bottle in such
rate* wiii convince the most incredulous of theii curative
Cleanse Yho Vitiate*! nioott whenever yon
find it* itnpu !tie* bursting through the skin in Ptmplcft,
Eruption*, or Sores cleanse »t when *»u find it ob
tmtcttfl and s'-uRpish in tlie veins: cleanse it vthen it is
/ul your teehngs will te'l you when. Keep the blood
fmre. and the health of the system wi.l follow.
Oratcfnl ihovtsftttds proclaim VINKCA** PIT
Tims th* most woiiderl'ui Invigoraut thai ever susuined"
the tinkm eystem.
Ptu, Tape, ami other Wormi, lurking in tha
nystsni of #o many thousands, are elTectn illv destroyed
tmi removed. S.iv* a distinguished phys c»iogt«it: 'i here
rs scarcely an individual upon the face of the earth whose
1KK!V ts exempt from the presence of worms, LI is not
Tip»n the heakhvelements of the body that worms exist,
jliut nj^n th* diseased humors and slimy dei*sits that
1'reed tlicw living monsters
of
disease. No system of
Medicine, no vermifuges, no anthe'miuitics, will Let Ute
ftom worn»s like tljesc Litters.
Meehanlcat Dtaeaaea. Persons en^ed in
Taints and Mineral*, such as Plumbers, Ty *.-se::ers,
Cold boaters, and Miners, as they advance in life.
w,V.
lr. Walker*a^CallfbruiaVinegar Blttrra
get oo ah these cases Hi a similar manner. ]v puiitving
ihe ltioOil thry Temove the'cause and bv rcstiivt a*ay
the ejects ofthe inflammation (the tubercular deposits)
the affected parts receive health, and a pcruiancut cure
ts effected.
W
V
Tlie properties R.f R.
AI.KF.R'S
rnard hi ail cases of eruptions and mahgnnnt fevet«, their
Salsannc, heann^, and sr»nthing pn|ortics protect the
tinmors ot the fauces. ht:r Sedative pr.»pcrtie«» allay
\iarn hi the nervous svstem, strnn.ich, and bowels, ether
from inflammation, atnd, co.ic, cramps etc. Their
Counter-Irritant influence extends thiou^liout the svstem.
'Hieir Diuretic projjerties act on the Kulnevs. coricctinf
.md regulating the flow of uHne. Their Anti-Uiiious
properties st.mulate the liver, the secretion of Ule.
and its discharges through the biliary ducts, nt.d are
f«lerior to a.l remedial agents, for tlu cure of uus
Fever, Fever and A'^ue, etc.
Fortlfjr the body aKaftnat dlaea bv puri
fying ail its fluids with VINKU.SU I»i ri r.KS. No epuiemle
can lake hoid of a rvstem thus iji«.irmcd. 'l'lie liver, the
sfom.ich, the bowels, the kidneys, and the nerves are
rendered disease-proof by this great mvigorart
Tlaa KAcary or J)i{. WAI.KBR'S VJNKGAR PIT
T««S, in Chronic Ivspep*ia, Fevers, Nervous Iisnrders,
Consujxatieu, deficiency of vital power, and ail malad ei!
Affecting the stomach, liver, bowels, pulmonary organs,
'rr muscular system, has been experienced by lint died*
of thousands, and hundreds of thousands inure are ask
ing for the same relief.
iMreetftoaa*—'1 ake of the Hitters on going to bed
frotn a half U» nne and one-h.nf wine-^MMfu!1.
Kat g»nd iicior»hinc fnod, tiich as beeftteak, muitrn
'chop, reaitnn, ro«M Wf, and veijel.itilc-., ami take mil
do«r e*tjci»e. They are com|xiw A jiureiy
and contain no niir :im.
J. WALKKK, iv.p r. H. ti. MeDOXA I.OA. CO.,
9fVKI(ataand Gen. Agts..
Saii
Krancikco. Cal.,
•and obrtm cf Washingiuii and Charlton Sts.. New Vurii.
SOLD UV ALL UKUU'JISTS AND VKALEKS-
BARTLBttT
1KIIBK IS
EAVY' and SI.elf Hardware,
8T0VES, TINWARE, BPC.
AH kin li of Tin work, done Mi ihort
No
fice
HW1IWAYS
%ovi^
r/SfivMflt HIS OWNfWsiClAW!
CAUTION.
t.IE
inimeilM demand for Ifollowaycipled
and Oi nftnent, Has lempted unpriiiinedi
|«irties (o eoiiteternit tb»»a valuable medi*
fjues.
In order to frotfect the "Jhrti ic an 1 our.
tttvi'4, w In TO issued a n6M 'Trade .Mark,'
tf ijiitiii^ of an Kgyptian circle of a eer
it, with tlie letter II in the center. Every
I*'* genuine flollowajr'M Villa and Ointment
will have this trade nark on it noneaie
N.iae without It.
f*. WH^telnieal CoY'Sole Proprietors. .'
•7ti Maiica Lade, Neir Yotk*
KHJIISnU.U
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GIVEN AWAY.
A Fine German Chromo!
W» send »n elegant Clir«rao,mcuntei anil
ready for framing fice 10 every ag*nt.
AGENTS WANTED 10H
U N E O U N
OS
Life Beiow the Surface.
l.Y T110S. W. KNUX.
042 1'ages OctaTO. 1:'»0 Fine p:ngrovings
Relates incidents and accidents beyond
the light of day .startling advtntures in
all parts of tlie world mines nnd modes of
working them, undercurrents of society,
gambling and its liorror«, cavcrrs and
their mysteries, the dark ways of wicked
nets, I'risons and their feortts. down in
Ihe depths of the sea, stranpe stories of the
detection of crimc. Hie brok treats of ex
perience willi brigands, nights in opium
dens and gnmMing hells, life in pri.«on.
stories of exile", adventures among Indian*
journeys through sewers and catacomb?,
accidents in mines, pirates anil piraoy. tor
tures of tlie irquis:ti#n, wonderful burela«
ries underworld of the great cities, etc
We want agents fur this work, on which
we give exclusive territory. Agents cuu
makt ?l( (l a w«-ek In selling this took.
£fnd for circulars anil r.ecial terms to.
Agents- J. ]!. IJI'UK illYDK.
iliBTFODR, CONN., or CHK'AGO, ILL.
AGENTS WANTED FOU THE
be
•jMlriect It* pnra'ysis of the HowcU. To guard against
11IE take a dose of WAI.KRK'I VI:.K AK LtrittKLonce
hck- a week, as a Preventive.
MioiUt Remittent, and Intermltlent
Tver», wh.ch arc r.o prevalent iri the valleys «.f our
»at rvers throtiRhout the United States, e«peciji'y
tin** of the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri, L.ino.*. Ten
i»o^ee. uinl»er!aiid. Arkansas, Red, Colorado, Lraros,
jfctc, Grande, Pearl, A!al»ama, Mobile, Savannah,Komoke,
JaniM, and many others, with their vast tributaries,
throughout our entire country during tJio Summer and
Aehimn. and remarkably so dnrin^ seasons of unusual
heat and dryness, are invariably accompanied by exten
sive derangements of the stomach and liver, and other
ahdoDiin.il viscera. There are always more or Jets ob
structions of the liver, a weakness and irritable state of
tke stomach, and jrreat torpor of the bone!s, being
cktgged up with vitgted accumtilations. fn then treat
ment, a purgative, exerting a powerful jntiuenre ujK.n
these various organ?, is essentially ncresearv. There is
A" cathartic for tlie purjxse eqnrd to 1K J. WAI.KXK'S
VIKKCAK P.rrTKRS will *|eed»ly renmvti the
dark-eolored viscid matter with which the bowels are
loaded, at the Mine time stimulating the secretions of the
liver, and generally restoring the healthy functions ot tlie
digestive orqans.
tterofnta* or Ktnc's Evil, \Vhte Sweihncs,
XJleors, Lry*ij)«la%. .Swelled N*-ck. Goiter, Scrofulous
'ihilammations. Indolent Juriammauons, Mercurial At
feciiont, Old Sores, 'Eruptions of the Skin, Sore Kves.
ete etc. In these, as in all other constiti.tioti.il Ii -.e-i-e*,
WALKRk's VlNHOA* IIITTGXS have slnow. tln,-.r ^reat
Curative powers in the most obstinate and iutrac'aMe
EAT1N DUSTRIES
OF THE UNITED STATES.
jages, find engravirgs, printed
in English iilid Geunan, written ty twenty
min nt authors including Joliu D. Coitgli
Ilt^r. Leon fuse. Kdward Iltwlund, Rev.E
Edwin Hall, I'hilip lUpley, Albert liiieLant
Horace Greeley, tie.
This work is a ccmplete Listrry of al
branches of iiidn»»ry, prcc««»es ef mnnul
faeture, rte in all af*s. ll is a crmj lete
encyclopedia of »rts and manufactures.
anJ is the most entertaining tied valuable
work of information on subjects of getera!
interest ever offered to the public. We givi
our agrnts tbe exclusive ri{:hl of territory
One of our agents told IM/f copies in eigin
days, another sold 30^ in two weeks. Mn
agent in Hartford sold ^I'T iu one week
Specimens of Ihe work sent to agents on
the receipt of a three cent stamp. For
circulars and terms to agents addles* Ibi
publishers.
J. B. BURR & HYDE,
1IARTF0RD, CONN or CHICAGO, UT.
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C0USTANTS,MEBC.'HANT8,|iMfM!i«iiii»I and
men pnitrctine and k*[iiii)r in alphali. ti.-iil ord. all
lett«ra, tills, rccrii.tn and i-thcr (liK-tiniiiit.i dailv :n-
ciiniuUtmc in th- gi'm tul niutmt of liiKinvsti fnc fnan
tiunt,Knd away frum theotjwiratiun of tho riiriciifl. In
tliia Bum]
1 cat'inet 3,Mifi lettrrs ui lie Hied and kept
alwave at hand f.n rvaity r«fi*ri'ncp. It is mn'!.' (if black
walnut, ts quilc urtiamtntal. Tho siiniu C.ihim can
In uwd on the deak or hung to the wall. Send for an
Illustrated frice List and Circular. Addron,
IKE'.AR
HITTCRS are Aixtnent. JJupliorctic and Carminative,
VtitHrious/L.itaftve.TJjuicuc, Sedative,
Counter-irritant,
Sudorific. Alterative, and
itive projertie« of
LSITTRKS are the l^est safe
The Aperient mid mild
Dr: WAtHtK's VINK AR HIT
CAIiLOS A. XX)K,
Chicago, IU*.
Absolutely th« bift protection against FiNk
Tlie Babcock
Fire Extinguisher,
Self Acting Fire Engine
AND
HOOK JIND LADDER TRUCKS.
In daily use by the Fire Departments of the principal
cities of the Union. The Government has adopted
them. The leading railways use them.
'MBA'D FOR "THEIR RECORD?
P. W. FARWBLL, Secretary,
407 Smiw. Vev Yet 78 Xirktt Stmt. CUeifa
T. 1' SMITH ii BKO., AKricultunil Im
pigments, Lumber. Coal, Ltmeasii Buid
ing Material, efull kinds.
IF
YOU arant to sell Mflblkf, •dvertt
it io tbe CuBo.'titxs.
SUSAN IN PITTSBURG.
What the Cay Old Girl Said
to a Reporter.
&
Sona B. Aatbony is ia town. Her
gold rimmed glasses and bony visage
destroyed tlto appetites of three ac
tive, healthy men, who sat at the
same table with her this morning at
the Union Depot Hotel. Susau is
lookirg very lresh and vigorous, as
indeed she always has, since the
mind ol mau runneth not to .the con
trary. That is the trouble, she is too
vigorous.
As she was busily engagod culling
a mutton chop in two, wishing as she
did so that it was tho throat of ty
raut Man.Jher fishy eye glanced tip
and rested upon the writer, who was
seated at an adjacent table at Lis
breakfast.
Susan recognised him and beckon
ed to the young man. IIo arose and
tremblingly went to her. Sb«
said:
'Young uian, have you reformed?'
'I beliuve feo,' was the trembling
response.
'You have written some bad things
about me in your time, but I bear
you no malicc. Havo a tract. Here
is one entitled, 'The only way to es
cape damnation-••worship a 1'emale
God.'
Alter tho writer had thanked her
tor her precious i aper, and placed .1
directly over his heart, ho ventured
to say—
'ptisan—'
'Slay,' said she, 'what impudence
call iin* Mr. Anthony.'
'Well, Mr. Anthony, what are you
doing here? Wherefore hliould you
swoop down un l'ittsburg? What
have tho innocent inhabitants ever
doue to you V
You ask too many questions, young
man. lUit 1 will answer them partly.
I am on a mission westward. In the
east I find no comfort. I am at pres
ent bound tor the west. I will stay
awhile in Chicago. Perhaps later in
the spring 1 will return again ta
l'ittsburg.'
'Can I do anything for yon, Mr,
Anthony
'Yes you may say to thb public
ihat the spirit ot Susan B. Anthony
s undiscouraged, and 1 will yet live
10 seethe day when women will yet
iiavo their rights. I will not die un
11 then. No, never, never-r r. You
tied not be making abstruse calcula
isows on the tablecloth as to
lars. And the tniancst thing about
the wholo transaction was that she
went around bra: ng how nicely til
got her wardrobe replenished.—
[Cedar Falls Gazdte
Enoch Morgan's Sons'
8 A O I O
io a substitute for Soap for all Houshold
purposes, except washing clothes.
S A O I 0
for Cleaning your House will save the
labor of on* cleaner. Give'it a tri«. 1
S A O I O
will not injuro or discolor P£int, but
restores color er brigtneis. Try it.
S A 0 I O
Cleans windows witlnut^ water, and
eaves the trouble of removing curtains
and carpets.
S A 0 I o
brightens Knives at the same time
tbey aiewashed, saving time and labor
S A O 1 O
Cleans Bath Tubs, Tables, Floors,
Quicker and bettor than soap, 'fry it.
S A 0 I o
Policies Tin, Brass, Copper, and all
Metal Wares, making them as bright as
when new.
S A 1' O I 0
for waiflting Dishes and glassware ia
invaluable. heaper than Soup.
8 A 0 I 0
removes stains from marble tnnolel*,
tables and statuary, from liard-tin
ished walls and China and porcelain
ware.
S A O I O
removes staius nnd gieasa frotn Car
pets and other woven fabrics'
IQV
probable ago when I shall die, sir.
k'ou mav go now.'
'1'lease, Mr. Aliihoity, may I ask
one question
'You may.'
'There is a vast deal of doubt
about your age. I would like precise
nioimation.'
Strati rose here and looktd 80
hreaUniiig thai tlie writer lied back
to his breakfast, but his appetite was
gone, and he wis uot happy again
until out of the dining room, away
mi the glare ot Susan's gold rim
med spectacles.
In regard to the separation, by di
oree, otHou. Charles Sumner and
wife, a Washington correspondent
says:
"The newppapers have noticed
with respectful brevity tlat Mr
Stunner was divorced from his wife
on tho day ot Mr. Chase's funeral.—
Tte Court and the cc unsel in Boston
were equally delicatc ami brief, t'e
ground ot tho divorce beiug deser
tion by Mrs. Sumner. There is
nothing in this disagreement of the
slightest consequence to posterity or
iho present. It was a match of af
lection, but both parties were too
mature to harmonize, and they con
rented to count the alliance a mis
lake, and, after a sufficient lappa of
time, to liaye it quietly annulled.—
Mr. Sumner's fatho.-in law, Samuel
Hooper, Kq of Boston, has main
tained the most intimate relations
with Mr. Sumner and Boutwell,
Curbing, and that class of regnant
spirits make the bachelors hall, on
Layfayetle Square, cordial in deepite
of Mr. Sumner s unequal health.
The New York JCxprtsi is respon
ible lor tho following, which we are
not disposed to doubt: "In less
than twenty years ono hundred and
nine daily journals have had an exi6
unco there, and one hundred oue
liundrcnd of the number are now
dead, at a loss o over $^5,000.'
A verdant young man from Cedar
Falls went to the Clerk's office in
this city a few daya ago and made
application far a marriage license.—
When asked for the lady's name he
was unable to give it, and had to go
aid huut up a mutual friend who
turnished the requisite information.
After getting the licens3, he spent
some6ixty dollars in dressing up tho
bride, and then went and had the
marriage ceremony performed, after
which the lady took her departure,
leaving him to mourn over ihe fickle-,
ocss ot the fair sex and his siity dol-1
s~iTi7~uirro
a new and wonderfully effective
Toikt soap, having no equal iu
tliis country or abroad.
$w S A O I O
as an article for tbe bath reaches
the foundation of all dirt, opens
the puree, and gives a healthy ac
tion to tho skin.
S A O I O
Cleanses and beautifies the skin,
instantly r«inoviiig any stain or
blemish from buih bands and faoe.
S A O I O
is Without a rival in the World for
curing or preventing roughness or
chapping of either hands or face.
E0T SAPOLIO
removes Tar, Pitch, Iron, or Inlt
stains and grease- for workers in
Maclmtc sl ops, mines, etc., is in.
valuable. For making the skin
while And soft and giving to it a
bloom of beauty, is unsurpassed by
any cosmetic known.
w S A O I O
costs 10 to 10 cents per cako, and
p-»#rvtmlv should have it. You
will like it.
While we claim much for our goods
Ihe story is left half told, as an ae
tual experience will prove. liny it
or your merchant, if lie has it or will pro
cunt it for ynti. If not then write for ou
All about Sapolio," nnd it. will be mailed
free to all who ask. by the sole manufac
utors,
Enoch Morgan's Sons,
I'AKK I'l.ACi:, N. Y.
HomeSiin: South-West
Cairo & Fulton Railroad Co's
A S
In Arkansas.
LOW PRICES. KAS¥ TERMS.
The Cairo and Fulton Railroad Company
has a land grant front the IJ. S. amounting
in the segregate to nearly Two .Millions of
acres. The road runs diagonally thruund
the Stale of Arkunsns, from the north-cast
Io the south-west, passiug through the city
of Little Hock, and terminating at the Tex
as boundary, where it makes connections
with the li. it. system of that State. Ou tlie
north it makes connection with the St,
l.ouis and Iron railroad, terminating at St
Louis. The road is 0»0 miles in longth
and the lands donated by the Government
are iu alternate sections along each side of
the line. The grant, embraces a greater di
versity cf soil and greater variety of pro
ductions than can be found iu the same dis
tance in the U. S. The toil produ cesfruits
of all varieties, miall grains, tim oy and
cetton. Stock ranges are abundant.
Tin: CL1MA1E
is temperate, having neither extremes of
heat or cold.
TIMBER
unsurpassed in qu ility, quantity or taricly
Lan.Is will be sold at low prices, and on
easy terms of payment.
TICKETS
can be purchased at the St. Louis and Iron
Mountain nilroad ticket office, 10) South
l-'ourlli street, St. Louis, allowing holders
to stepoffat any statiou to examine lands.
If lands are purchasod l'roin the Company,
fare over Cairo and Fulton road returned.
For further particulars address
J. M. LOUGH 15 JKOUGIf,
Land Couimis^oner C. & K. It. II.
A GREAT OFFER
6 S(»" l5:-oadway, N. Y., will dispo e
of 100 Pianos and Organs of firei-olata
makers, including WATERS' fat extreme
ly low Trices lor cash or part cash, and
balance* in small monthly payments. New
7 (IHarc, First-Class l'lano*, all mod
ern iniproTetu*nts, for $-75 cash. Organs
§".}. $7-" Double Rood Organs, jl« 4
top ?110 Xigtop 61-'" and upwards.
WATERS' CONC'EKTO ORGANS
are the most beautiful in stvle RH 1 perfect
in tone ever made. J'lie C3NSEQTQ STOP
is the best ever placed in any Organ. It is
produced by a third 8( of reeds p«c tliarly
voiced, the Effect of which is Most Charm
Ini and soul stirring, while its itnl atiou of
the Human voice is Superb. TfifSlS Llbdr&l
lilastratei Catalogue: mailed for one stamp.
A liberal discount to Ministers, Churches,
Sunday Schools lodgss, etc. Agems wanted.
178 SauilillcM St., ritUliorfli, I't
Breecli-LnaJing shot guns, $-lii to §300.
Double shot guns SS to $100. Single guns
to §l!0, Uiiles to $70. Revolvers $0
to Pistols S1 to $8. Gun Material,
fishing tackle, &.c. Large discounts to deal
ers or clubs. Army guns, revolvers, etc.,
bought or traded for. Goods sent by ex
press C. 0. D., to be examined before tbey
are paid for.
$500,000 CASH!
GIFTS TO UK PAIL) IN FULL
fSE THIRD GEAl'D GIFT CONGEST
IN AID OF THE
Public Library of Ky.
Will be given in the great hall of Library
Iiuilditig, at Louiszille, on Tuesday, Ju'v 8,
1ST:?, at which tirna Till ThOU-and Gifts,
'amounting to a grand to'al of ^-^0 I,'K)0, all
cash, will be distributed by let to ticket
holders. No reduction iu amountof gifts
at this distribution, but each gift will be
paid in full.
Office of Farmers' and Drovers' Dank..
1
Louisville, Ky., April T, 1*73,
This is to certify that there is in the
Farmers' and brovors' Dank, to the credit
of the Third Grand Gift Concert, for the
beneii I of tbe Public Library of Kentucky,
Five hundred Thousand Dollars, which lias
been set apart by the Managers to pay the
gifts in full, and wil be held by the bank
and paid out for this purpose and this pur
pose only. 11. S.
VKKI.II,
S«!"i Tfl S
Little Itock, Ark,
ACRES
12,000,000
OHEAPt'AItMS.
The cheapest land in markot for sale by tbo
Union Pacific E. R. Co.,
in the the Great Piatte Valley.
3,000,000 ACRES IN CENTRAL
NEBRASK,
Now for sole iu tracts of forty acrcs and
upwards on live and ten years credit, at tj
per cent- Jfo advance interest required.
Mild and healthful climate, fertile soil
an abundance of good water.
The 11EST MARKET IN TIIE WEST.
The great mining regions of Wyoming, Co
orado, Utah and Nevada being supplied by
the farmers in the Platte Valley.
Soldiers Entitled to a Homestead of 160 Acres
BE^T LOCATIONS FOR COLONIES.
Free homes for all I Million of acres of
choice Government Lands open lor entry
under the homestead liw, near this great
Itailroad, with good markets, and all the
conveuienccs of an rid settled'country.
Free passes to purchasers of railroad land
Sectional maps, showing tbe land, fclso a
new edition of de'scriptive pamptilct with
new map mailed free every
Address O. F. 1MV1S,
-jUWI CwBttiMtaMr, If P. H, R.,
Omaha, *tefc.
•'•riT^riiiiiitr.'r^iTWMaBB
Cashier.
LIST OF GIFTS:
One Grand Cash Giff, $100,00(1
One Grand Cash Gift, OO.OOu
Oue Grand Cash Gift,
One Grand Cash Gift, 2",000
One Grand Cash Gift, lH.OdO
O a a n a s i 1 0 0 1
i!4 Cash Gifts of §1,00) each 2-1,000
00 Cash Gifts of 600 25.000
80 Cash Gifts of 400 :?2,0(itl
100 Cah Gifts of 300 80,000
150 Cash Gifts of 200 80.000
r»00 Cash Gifts of 100 Vj,0OO
9 000 Cash Gifts of 10
Total 10,000 Oifts, all Cash #00,000
Only a few tickets remain »ft#»ld, and
they will bo furnished to ihe first appli
cants at the following priccs Whole tick
ets, $10 halves, quarters, $J.0 11
whole for f?lo0 T,t ir §000 11
:i
for §1000
and -"iTo for jy.o.OoO. For tickets and fuil
information arrlv to
TII0S. E. BRAMLETTE,
Louisville, Ky.
MmVTPV ^'ai'e rapidly with stencil
JlUil and Kev Check outfits.
Catalogue* an I full particulars free.
SPENCER, 117 Hanover St., Boston.
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN
THI Q-S-EJLT
Soothing Remedy!
MRS
V u V
S.M.
Per
day
1
Agents want-
•Jt U O —'/edl All classes of work
ing people, of either sex, young or old,
make more money at work us iu their spare
moment*, or all the time, than at anything
else. Particulars free. Address G. STIN
SON & CO., Portland Maine.
(n'masu,.)
TEADH
MARK.
KEARNEY'S
U I E A U U
Is the only Known Remedy for Briphti, Di»
MBC, ana lint cured every rajao of Dinbete* lit
which it has tvon given, Irritation cf tho Neck,
ofthe Iflaadcrand Inflammation if tlie Kldnpys.
Ulceration of the Kidneys and nimbler, Reten
tion of I rin«, Uifipasos of tho 1 Wtute iand.
Stone in the Uladder, (iravcl. Brick Diift Dci/ofit
and Mucous or Milky Discharges, and for En
focblcil ami Dollcatc I onstltutions of both Sexes,
attended with the following svmptoms I.oss
of l'ower. Loss of Memory, Jlifflrultv of Ureath
U'K,, ak Nerves, WakefulncKs, I'ain in the
Back, Fiu/hiiig of tho Hotly, Kniptlon on the
Countenance, Laesltudo of the
Face, Pallid
System, cte.
System, cte,

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persons In the decline or ehanco of
life, after confinement or labor pains, bod-wat
Ine In children, etc.
In many a tree lions jiecnliar to ladiw, tho Bx
tTactliiichu is nn«fmaled hy any other remedy—
Asin Chliro»is or Retuntion, Irrr^n^fti'itv, l'ain
btliiess or Suppession of Cnstomary Bvariiations
Ulcerated or iSchirrus state of the Uterus, Len
rorrhma or Whites, Hterility, and for all com
plaints incident to tho sex. It is preccribed
extensively'by tho mo«t eminent Physicians and
Mldwives for «i. fit iii'-d ami dollcato coustia
tlons of both text's and all ages,
KXASKXY'S EXTRACT BUCHU.
ufZiu**J??fnJe*.A™*1"*1 /nm J'W'denco,
ffoUtt nf DtxtipaUon, etc., fn all their slnrres at
little exi«nsc, little or no change in diet, no'tn
convenleiice, and no exposure. It causes a fro
mient desire, and elves strength to Urinate,
thereby romovmi Obstructions, 1'revet tine anif
Cnritif!'Strictures of tlie Uretha. AllaviiiL'Tain
and Iiiflammatirin, sofrenner.t in this class of dis
eases, and expelling all Poisonous matter-
EEARKEY'8 EXTRACT BUCHU.
$1.00 per bottle or six tmttles for $5 00, delivered
to any address, sccuro from obtervation. Bold
by drttcyists everywhere. Prepared by
KliAUNliV & CO., 104 Duane St..N. Y.
aHdr?s"ed8
tt0r8 for
'"formation should bo
Quacks and I mposters."
n for Advice and Conciliation.
fit Graduate Jffftrton MedUol
CoUtpe, 1 lulailelphla, author of several valuable
works, can he consulted on all dlsrasea of the
Sexual or I rinary Organs, (which ho has made
an especial Btudy) either in male or femalc.no
nutter from what cause originating or of how
longstanding. A practice of SO years enables
htm to treat disease with succees. Cures Guar
anteed. Chorea* reasonable. Those at a dis
tance ean forward letter describing symptoms
and enclosing stamp to prepay poelace.
TCIn
t0
Hralth. Price 10 Cents.
J. B. DYOTT, M.P., Physician and Surgeon,
104 Duane
St New York.
BOOK row THt MILLION!
A Mwte CranHlor to th« Harried
T,h',"»"intwstlngwork
i. °a'
whtre.
of two knndrsd and
sixty pagM, with nameroaiengravings,indcontelna
sa-arfis.
1
,r«
poatMe) for rift. C«nti.' AH/itM
Vr. Butun1.pe.uuj, Ko. liR. Ktfhlh sircifsi.
LoLirju*
IWKM 10 THX imiOTO AOT UOTOIITOITI
to" Bafon »ppl)laf to
the notorloui qu«o,
who idTtrtlic
L.5L
P*P*7.' u!,n«
In
«u»ck Itemedl™, pcru^D 'A .0
work.no •»u,r «hM, jour 4i«M« 1, or ho
!an,1or.b,,
,our
I E N
•HiiTriwiHfiisi Cores Colic and Griping In
WHITCOMB
S|«h. Bowel^ and fac.l ate.
avDllD I the process ot Teething.
BTKUr. v PRICB
Snbdnes Convulsions ana orer- I
comes all diseases Incident to
Intants and Children. O 23 ST S
••••••rnn^anin Cnr#8 Diarrhoea, Ersents-
WH TCOMB Si ff
»nl1 Bummer Complaint,
8YRUP. l,LChildroVf
,n
Relieres pain, we»kn«i§or«x- I
hnustionin 15 or20niiiiuU«, giv
log ton© aud power to tb® iyat«m. ^5- *37 S
It Is tho Infants' anl Cbildren'i Great Soothing
JUmely, in all diwrUeri brought on by toetliing or
lor other cauie.
tie particular inoftlling for 1IRS..
Ioai§t
?S
WIIITCOMB E
SYRUP, and Uke no other.
Preparedly th® GRAFTON MBDICINE CO., 8t
Mo. Bold y DruggiiU and DoaUrt, in
IJedicino everywhero.
0,
vwranwo ia NYDUtflW
QOWmtMT
PILLS.
By eleaasing tbo blood and aronslng the llrer and
•eeretire organs to a healthy action, Dr. Henry's
Buot and i'lant Pills cur» many complaints which it
would not ho snpi "ed they eould reach, such as
lli'adarhe, lain in iho Hide, Binmb
ess of tbe Hands and Feet, Dnllnes,
hillnc**, Rbeumatlsm, _Nenral8rls,
Loss or Appetite, Bilious Dysentery,
Kidney Affections, Constipation, De
bility, Fevers of all kinds, Dyspep
sia, Jaundice, and other kindred complaints
arising from a low state of the body, or obstruction
of its functions.
Being freo from Mercury and other poisons they
can bo taken at all times and under all circumstau
c«i, without roiiird to diot, business or pleasure.
Thoy stimulato tho weakened and distsmpered
parts Into healthy action, giviuR them streugth to
disburden themselves and throw off tho obstructions
vhicli ar» the first cause of disease, without
producing either nausea or griping.
All hsuvy and drowsy sensations, which aro the
.rerunucrs of direful diseases such as Apoplexy,
I'nralytic Ntroken.&c. are cffoctunlly warded
off ly a tevr doses of the-^e searching 1'ilU.
rtill dirfctioni aroun4 «*ph ho*, la EugiUa, Qvriuan,1
an Hp&oith. Price 2i Conn a boi.
Prepared '-f tbs Qrafton kIe1i?lQC Co., fit. Lftulo, Vea
\j P^U^LIW AUI IU UOLKLUO CR«R}-WBOR«B
That Fale, Yellow, Sicklr-Loekinff SWa
chaim« rt to ono of fr« shnts.s ami iiealtb.
Thoso IMNOIMOU of the Mklu, IMinploa*
1 lllolvlaofl !in»l t.ruplions a^o
ftuiowd. Ncrofuln. ficrofiiloiiN Diseaiici
of the tjeu, Hliito HhoIIIu^ Vlwrs,
Old Nores or any kind of Humor mpMly
AwfinllM nnd disai'iu\r under its influenco.
In fuel it will ()D ynti more! good, and euro
you morn epoodily thnn nuy umi uli othor
prri'.'.raticiis ooniliiuod. Vi»t ii ill It Is na
ture S own restorer 1 A aolulilu ox
vd of iron
coniMtii'il vith tlie modicJiicl iir^iiertles of
I'olie Uoot dlvcstfil of nil disat-rfonf.lo uuait
tte* It will cure any 'hronle or I.oncr
htnndiiiK lHneawe wliow real or direct
cnusu i bnd blood. Itheumntlain, Pnlns
In UiubHor Ilonrn, lonatltntlonH bro
KCU DOWN liy Mercurial or I^LHET IM)1SOIIH.
HI,' FILL cured I'V it. For NTNHLLU, or N-phi
title lalnt, I't ere is noUiin* c(]ual fli It" A
trial will prove It. ANli 1'OK DR.
»'OKEUKmjilSlrOLJiU
JUL CROOK'S WINE OF^TAIt
Ten Tenrscfo ynbtlc
teat lias pioved iir.t 'iiKili'.i
\V III co o 11
a
v i: 11
io v o
merit than tiny Fiiutlnr
rreparutioacv.'rcfl'.'icd to
tiio luihlic. It 1J lii in
the nii'lii:innl qur*lltic-3f
Tar, mid tinofjualeil for
discasi cf tlif fliroc? 1
I, i« i toniun!{ tlm
most it
:li«
most I' rnai'Katiiocui i
'ri.<p></p>I'oniarkulilocuri'X
•rli' J-S e I .- i i a i y e s a i C«il
I'n* aiel Colds. I11J:^j cured
in iny rasen of Asttiiuu
""-c arnl RronetiKIn, tiuit it
lias I
»a.s Kvu I-iL/iioiitici'11 a
fr.r C'»rn-
l:iint{
Tor I'to
Kit?*, or Ititc:
CrnveS or Illduoy di»
euso,clii".-f s vft.'ie E'rii:
ary One'»ii».
or any iver
It lias lux ijuui.
It Is also asnj)Ori»r Tonie,
ltrdomthc Appetite,
Strengthens »lio Nj SK-IH.
Seslorea tbo U eali anil
f.'tliNOK tlie food to !ijr«*wt,
Benioves II:KI
1'revriilM *!nl»rious i evtl's.
Gives tone toivui'Ujisiuiia
HATS & CAPS, BOOT
dermadob
Ckol
ftor Man.
IntUfflfflTa^
kinds, Diphtheria, Wonnda, UrnlM? jȣ
Sprains, Rneumatlam, Bore Throat, 8w«1iw!!j
tha Glands, Inflammanon of the Eyea.
Breast, Frost Bltea, Chilblain*,
PiW BaasSv?
and all Soree..
Gooi for Freeh Wonnds G^n.
Poll Kvil, Surains, Bruises, Cracked Ueti's
Done, Wind Oalla, Sparins, Sweeney, Fonnd«£
Lameness, Sand Cracks, Scratches, or UntL'
Hangs, liorse Distemper.
This truly veaitrAil
diecoTered by llOMKR ffi
Duties in tlu
Oonnty.N.T
ug
for
tte purpose of n..wi*J
Clinton Liberal Institnte.of I
In experimenting for the
Profassor of Chemistry and Mathematics inlha
jof OneldaOoBnty. ify.
Prnssic Acid, by uniting the independenteasarm!
Ilia nrnixa^l .TTI.IJ'S^W«u°Sa
bodies of which it ia comp
app»ed, rsslduom
loft, which, on being applied to brnisee aad to,
flamed parts, by the
etudenta of the Institut*
found topoesess tho remarkable property of coot
tng down and carrying off tha inflammation and
Borencss at once, and restoring the parts
to sound
ness and health In a few hours without pain u
irritation.
It Is not a heating Liniment, bat
nets by its p*culiar specific or chemical nnAi..
tn dissolving and scatteriag tha MteneMinlia.
flammitlou of the injured part By a ttee ap
plication, tho red surface soon beoMMe cool
moist and natural, and is restored ts ntttni
health without suppuration or 4«ati»eUon.
As a Liniment for Hon* VlMk.fa
the cure of all the ailments naaed abors, vi
ehaUengo tho world to find Its eqaai. A
Price 3ft & 50 centt p«r b«ttle,
D. RANSOM, SON & OOi,
B¥WALO, K.
notice In local eolnma.
I3ENJ. STONE'S
RESTAURANT
Is where you can get'
k ©OOD SQUARE MEAL
At any hour.
A large assortment of
Boots and Shoes
and
Gr O E I E 9
Kept constantly on hand.
Oue iloor west of llerger k Teiser'i
Trug Store, Toledo, Iowa. 18-lj
Chicago & North-Western
RAILWAY.
THE SHORT & DIRECT LIKB
TO
I A O
Detroit, ClcvclutHl, ItufTalo, Kn^
PENSION BRIDGE, I'LTTSBUR^LII
IJalliitioi c. iisliini'Uiii,
I'll ll.AIi i.IM A,
N E W Y O K O S O N
And all roititdftn New England and
tlie Cauadas. Also lo
CinciED3li, Louisville. St. Louis. New Orb*
And all Foints South and South-TTeiA
Tills is tlie Sliortcst Itouto lo
Comicil Binds, Omalia, Salt Lake
BS A
1ST FRAROIBCO,
AKDALL rot.NTS Il i tlK WEBTKHJI TCRttTOKUI.
This Line lias adopted all modern im
provements iu track nnd equip
ment, including
•t«H Italu, I.uxurioua Uaylaad tlrsf.
IH(T Cam, Miller I'lolforuia. usd
VIcHiiuifbousv Safety Air Brakes.
Aslt for and see tliat j-otir ticket* read ria
Cliicasro it North-Western Km I way.
M. IIUGIUTT, 11. 1. BTANW(JOI),
Geu'l iSup't. Gvu'l l'ass'r Agt
W E U & E E
Dealers in
DRY GOODS!
GROCERIES,
At the Cash Store, Toledo, Iowa, j.*
C. G. BUTTKERITT,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
CLOTHIER AND CUTTER,
SHOES,
Sc
CLOTHNG &3.
Gentlemen purchasing Goods from this Kstn11
lishment can rely on obtaining
at the lowest possible prices.
Give me a call and see for yourselves before purely
ing elsewhere. [49.
THE UNEQUALED
WEED SEWING MACHINE
Aslatfly improved, is now offered te the public as th« bes
family Sewing Machine in the market.
See it and test its merits before yeu buy.
ATTACHMENTSAND FINDINGS
FOR ALL MACHINES.
all^rend cl?nin? ncatIy
aljjundsot fine work made a specialty, at the
GOOD G00D$
done. Embroidering and
Sewing Macliine Depot,
Broadway Toledo, Iowa.
WM. CLARK, AjfeiHt,

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