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SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 1, 1877.
DEMOCRACY AND THE LABORER.
The Democratic party in all their con
ventions are trying, by passing resolu
tions, to make the laboring classes be
lieve that they are the only friends of
that class. Last week the Democracy of
Pennsylvania held their state convention
at Harrisburg. In the fifth resolution of
the platform adopted, a bid is made for
the votes of the laboring classes. It says
"that the deprivation of employment of
many thousands of industrious citizens
aud laborers, and the deep distress of
themselves and families. enlist our hearty
sympathy, and we declare in the lan
guage of Jefferson, the founder of our
party, that a wise and frugal government,
which shall leave them otherwise free
to emulate their own pursuits of Indus
try and improvmenLand shall not take
from the mouth of labor the bread it has
earned is the hope of the people In ad
versity and their security in prosperity,
and that under such a government, which
1 A. V .
ii is ine mission of the Democracy to
maintain and perpetuate, any resort to
force or violation of law or invasion of
the rights of person or of property to re
dress grievance, is needless and at war
with the free institutions, under which
the only rightful remedy is by the fre
quently recurring elections of represenat
tivesof the people in the state Legislatures
and the Federal Congress to accomplish
the will of the majority, which should
be accepted as the voice of all.'
This from a party whose representatives
in the last Congress, in their great en
deavor to make political capital under
the plea of retrenchment and economy,
refused to vote lor the necessary appro
priations for carrying forward the nit
merous public works throughout the
country at a time when the work was
most needed by laboring men, or If they
did vote the appropriation, cutting the
amount down to such meagre figures as
prevented the wcrk being carried for
ward as the condition of the country de
manded, thus depriving thousands of la
borers of employment. ' Every one who
read the proceedings of the last Con
gress, will remember how bitterly the
majority of the Democratic members op
posed the appropriations for various
public works. The necessities of the la
boring classes in the future were nothing
to them at that time political capital
was their great aiin, and loud were the
proiessions of economy, and wide pub
lished by Democratic papers and orators
was the result of their efforts in this di-
dircction. Their large saving made by
refusing to make appropriations for pub
He buildings aud public works, by which
the laboring classes were furnished em
ployment, was boasted of and used for
jsuiibivm u.iiuuu uunug me camnaiirn.
2iot satisfied with depriving the labor
ing classes of the means of support by
causing a cessation of public
works, they must endeavor, by
refusing to provide for the support
of the regular army, by sufficient ap
propriations, to compel the disbanding of
the army, and thus add to the vast num
bers of laborers seeking employment, the
men composing the army. In this they
failed, thanks to a Republican adminis
tration, but no thanks is due to the Dein
ocraiic representatives in Congress Now
they come before the laboring classes
with their we1 i worded resolutions and
say 4 that the deprivation of employment
of many thousands of industrious citizens
and laborers, aud the dedp distress of
themselves and families, enlist our hearty
sympathy." There is an old adage which
aays, kahat actions speak louder than
words." Let their professions of sympa
thy be judged by the actions of their rep
resentatives in the last session of Con
gress. A few weeks ago a Treasury detec
tive happened to be in Virginia on busi
ness, and got acquainted with an imbe
cile old man, who said be had a claim
from the government due him. In con
versation fan regard to it the detective
learned that the old man was scarcely
aware what the claim was for. He sim
ply knew that the government owed him
some money for some vague reason, aud
one ot his neighbors, a pettifogging law
yer, was going to get it for him. The
detective returned t Washington,huntcd
np the claim, got copies ot the docu
ments, and returned to the old man.
The amount allowed by the Southern
Claims commission was between $5,000
and $G.00O. ' The amount originally
asked lor was $9,000. The affidavits on
which Its payment was oMered set forth
that the old man lost several tHnnMtwl
dollars worth of garden produce ; thirty
or forty tons of hay ; a drove of stock ;
and 21,000 rails. The detectivp question
ed the old man and discovered that he
wwned a house and a five-acre garden
patch. That the soldiers stripped it. and
took the rail fence for fuel. This had
been magnified several thousand per
cent. The old man told the detective
that he had been promised $750 from the
lawyer ; and he thought if he got that
the government would be doing "very
liberal" by him. The lawyer was to have
the balance of the five or six thousand.
This claim is still pending, and although
Congress has authorized its payment, it
is probable that Secretary Sherman
wuii uie je;,on ot tne detective before
him, will vie lite law by exercising com
The reported closing of the Darda
nelles by Turkey calls out the question,
Can the passage be forced? The task
would be extremely difficult; but twice
within the last two centuries it has been
done. In 1770 Captain Elphinstone, a
British officer in ihe service of Russia,
ran through the Dardanelles with a sin
gle vessel, anchored in front of the Sul
tan's palace (off Seraglio Point), drank a
glass of grog and ran out again. Thirty
years later another British officer rai
tVough the Dardanelles with a squadron,
aud menaced Constantinople with bombardment
Inspired by the reports of Western
crops, an eminent banker of New York,
and one of the most sagacious observers
and best-informed financier of the coun
try, predicts that within two years the
United States will be overflowing with
prosperity and wealth. If this happens,
the people will have a new appreciation
ol Western wheat and corn.
General H. C. De Alena has been
appointed Collector of Customs at Sitka,
Alaska, an office that has been vacant
for some time, and he was the only ap
plicant for some years. De Alena, who
is a Prussian by birth, was consular
agent at Panama, but for a time past has
been connected with the Bureau of Sta
tistics of the Treasury department.
A telegram from Scranton, Pa.,
states that the object of the meeting of
the railroad firemen and braketnen, last
week, was to raise funds to defray the ex
penses of the late strike. The result of
the meeting is not definitely known, but
the men are dissatisfied with the organi
zations, and a number of them refused
to be bound by them, or to furnish any
There is a falling off this year in the
government receipts for postage of over
$-100,000. Up to the commencement of
the last fiscal year the increase of value
in the stamp, stamped envelopes, postal
ards, etc., had been very large and
steady. The inference is that in times of
art-oaf . 1 r-1 i ri : 11 . i 1 1 lniiiu's lu-nl ! lift lint
write as many letters as when they are
comfortable and cheerful.
1 he colored me u ot JNew Jersey re
cently held a convention and rssolved
'that the coucilatory policy of President
Hayes in an abandonment ot the Repub
lican party, by which he was elevated to
the Presidency, and is and ought to be
condemned, in that it has given and will
continue to give political power and the
control of the government to the very
men who sought its destruction."
The Ohio State Jour.ial says the Dem
ocratic ticket in Ohio is weakehel by ;
scarcely concealed arrangment in the in
terest of Pendleton for United States
Senator. Because of this arrangment
Henry B. Payne, a hard-money Demo
crat, has been crowded into the back
ground ana choKeu on. Jfayne was an
nonnccu to speak early in tne canvass
but the appointment was withdrawn.
hie JNew loi'K ueralu puoiishes an
interesting article upon the proposed
ship canal across the isthmus of Pana
ma, which is likely to awaken renewed
interest in this stupendous undertaking
The ground has now been thoroughly
surveved, and the cost counted, and the
only obstacle now remaining to be remov
ed is ihe politico-financial one, by which
interested nations will share in the coi
iroi anu cost 01 ine canal, ine success
of the undertaking wouM appear to be
mere m:itt?r of time.
Tiik Canadian people of late seem to
have more confidence in Ameiican lite
insurance companies than they have in
similar instutions in their own dominion.
The policy-holders of that countrj since
1869 have paid American companies
nearly $18,000,000, and during the last
year American agents received as much
fioin them as did the Canadian compan
ies. Life insurance in America is not
as stable as It ought to be, but it is pre
ferable to the condition of the business
in Canada, under a system which afford
but little protection to the policy-holder.
The London News is informed that
two living specimens of the Colorado
beetle were discovered on board a steam
er which arrived at Liverpool from New
York. Upon receiving notice of the ar
rival of these two living bugs, Duke of
of Richmond and Gordon at once direct
ed the eminent entomologist, Mr. An
drew Murray, to proceed to the scne of
threatened invasion, and after consulta
tion with the local authorities, prooceed
to arresi the mischievious movements of
the dreaded insects. At the latest ac
counts the two living potato bugs had
not been caught.
General Sheridan transmits a tele
gram from Ord, enclosing one from Beu
cvedes, stating that the Mexican com
mander at Camargo was informed by the
commander of the Texas state volunteers
that he had been ordered by the govern
ment of lexas to pursue criminals
wherever found, even though on Mexi
can soil, in case the' are not promptly
delivered up. The Mexican commander
replied that he should obey his orders
from the Mexican government. Ord's
orders prohibit crossing on trails after
anv sort of raiders where there are Mex
ican troops to arrest ami punishioutlaws.
Ord added that if the state yolunteeis
cross they will not be assisted by him,
and the talk about 25.000 troops was cal
culated to stop the efforts of the Mexi
cans to extradite the outlaws.
'Ihe discovery of two satellites of
Mars by Professor llall, of the National
Observatory, at Washington, is ranked
among the greatest aslronomical discov
cries of the century. The first satellite
was discovered ou the night of August
1G. It was actio observed on the fol
lowing nights, and the time of its revo
lntion (about 30 hours) determined.
When all calculations had been verified,
Professor Hall officially announced the
discovery. The distance of the satellite
from the planet is about 15,000 miles less
thanthat of any other known satellite
from its primary. The diameter is not
more than 100 miles. A second satellite
was discovered on Saturday morning
18th ult., but the observations were not
such as to enable astronomers to speak
with certainty as to its existence. This
second moon is still closer to Mars than
The Republicans of Iowa give prom
ise of their usual large majority in the
coming state election. They are work-
ng with their usual spirit and skill.
Meetings aie advertised in all parts of
The President seems to have some
difficulty in securing his commissioners
for visiting Sitting Bull. The trouble is
In securing a civilian to act with the
commission, several having declined
serving. They evidently are not in
clined to risk having their hair lilted.
THE WIDE, WIDE WORLD
The sale of arms has been forbidden in
The plague has broken out in Russian
Glasgow will present its freedom to
The Democrats of Sagadahoe county,
Me., indorse President Hayes' policy.
There is a rock in Nevada the profile of
which has a striking resemblance to the
profile of Washington.
Father Hvacinthe will be a candidate
on the Republican ticket lor the Eleventh
Arron-dissment of Paris.
The commissioner of internal revenue
is getting uy a new lot of revenue stamps
of every handsome design.
Lieut. Wm. English has died of wounds
received in Gibbon s recent hirht with
the Indians. He belongs in Chicago.
The first vessel bearing the Japanese
flmr which has ever entered the port of
London arrived there a few days ago.
A Nova Scotia sailing vessel spoke the
schooner Florence, ot the llowgate Arc
tic expedition. Am ust 12, on the fcouth
east coast of Labrador, all well.
A team of English crickcUrs including
several jrentlemen who visited America
with the gentlemen's twelve, a couple ot
years ao, is coming over to play in Can
ada in September.
A half-witted fellow bathed in Saccar-
rapba, Me., and on coming out of the
water could not recollect where he had
hidden his clothes. He wandered two
days naked iu the woods.
The quickest ocean passage on record
has just been made by the White Star
steamer Britanic. which occupied only 7
days, 10 hours and o3 minutes from
Quecnstown to Sandy Hook.
The Farrell foundry and machine com
pany, Ausonia, Conn., is building one'tf
the largest, if not the largest sugar mill
ever constructeu. lor a sugar-maKing
firm near Beuavides, Cuba. The mill,en
gine and boilers will weigh 300 tons, aud
by the time the mill is set on its founda
tions it will have cost $50,000 in gold.
For the OH and Young Let all Use it.
Woou s Improved Hair Restorative
is unlike any other, and has no equal.
The Improved has new vegetable tonic
properties ; restores grey hair to a glossy,
natural color; restores faded, dry, harsh
and falling hair ; restores dresses, gives
vigor to the hair; restores hair to prema
turely bald heads; removes dan diu2", hu
mors, scaly eruptions; removes irritation,
itching and scaly dryness. No article
produces such wonderful effects. Try it
call for Wood's Improved Hair Restora
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article. Sold by all druggists in this
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supplied at manufacturers' prices by C.
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the United States and Canadas, and
til Wholesale Druggists. noG-ly
IS MY FAMILY
1 WISH NO OTHER,
PitOVlDCKOK, 7, 1876.
Mr. II. R. STEVfcHP Dear rtr - Wfcru 1 was
about 8 years of ago a humor broke out upon me,
which my mother tried to cure by giving rue herb
teas ami other such remedies as she knew ol, but
it continued to grow worse, until finally she con
sulted a physician and le paid 1 had the salt
rheum, ana uocioreu me ior inai euiupiuiui,. e
relieved me some, but said I could not be per
manently cured as tne disease onginaica in tne
iilnrrf 1 remained a ureat sufferer l'or s-vcial
years, until 1 heard of and consulted a physician
ko said 1 nai ine bcnHiuvus uttuiui aim u
unnld allow him to doctor me he would cure me.
I did bo. and he commenced healing up my soies
and succeeded in effecting an external cure, but
in a short time the disease appeared again in a
worse form than ever, as caucerous humor upon
my lungs, throat and hea 1. I sulTerrcd the most
tciribie pain, and there seemed to be no remedy,
and my mends thougnt i must soon cue, wnen
my attention was caiieu, tv uuu rea'uug a news
oawcr, to a Vcaetine tesiimonial of Mrs. Water
house. No. 361 Athens streei, fciouth Boston, and
T fnrmerlv residing iu South Boston and being
acquainted with her and knowing her former
leeble health, I concluded 1 would try the Vege
tine After I had taken a lew bottles it seemed
to force the sores out of my system. I had run
ning sores in my ars wnun iora lime were very
painful, but I continued to take the Vpgetine un
til T hri taken about 25 bottles, my health im
proving all the time from the commencement of
ihe first battle, and the sores to heal. 1 com
menced t;kinc the Vegeiinc m 1872, and contin
ued its use for six m nths. At the present time
inv health is better man ejr nas oeen smew l
was a cniltl. J.ne egcuuc lijiicu mr,
and I mo t cordially .recommend it to all suffer
erf, especially my inenus. i nau uecn a surxerer
lor over 1a) years, mm uwu uocu mc hvcu.hi
found no remedy; now I use it as my family med
icine, and wish ho oiher.
No. 1 Joy 6tieet. Providence, R. L
ThA ranr of disasters which vield to the influ
enc of this rocdiein and the number ot defined
dieasea which it never tails to cure, are greatei
ti.n anv n'tipr ainr!e medicine has hi'.berto been
even recom mended lor by any other than the
nrnnrietoi-H ot s- me ouack nofetrum. These dis
eases are crofula and all eruptive diseases and
Tumors, ttneumatism. Gout, Neuralgia, and Spi
n;il4)omilflinsand all inflommatory symptoms,
Ulcers, all syphilitic diseases. Kidney aud bladder
diseases, Dropsy, the whole painiul di-orders
which so generally afflict Americm women, and
wuich carry annually thousands of them to pre
mature graves, dyspepsia that universal curse
of American mannoou, neanourn, pnes, tunsu
patio n, nervousness, inability to sleep, and im
Tn. i aftirmid ble list of human ailments
i..r anv sinoriA mMlir.ine to successfully attack,
and itiB not nroboblethat any other article be-
tore the public has the power to cure the quarter
nf Yvm oxcent Veaetine. V. lays the ax at the
root ot the tree of disease by fliPt eliminating
every Impuriety tr m the blood, promoting the
Mffmtioaa. oneninc the uores the great escap:
v tlves of the system invigorating the liver to iu
lufl and natural action, cleansing tne stomacu
.i unTni'th; nmsr digestion. This much accom-
,.,( thp dv and the permanent cure of
not only the diseases we have enumernated, but
likewifee the whole tr dn of chronic and constitu
tional disorders, is certain to lonow. J nis is pre
ciiflv what Vecetine does, and it does it So quick
lv 'I 11,1 CO V11 lv. that it is an accomplished lact
almost before the patient it aware of it himself.
The Best Remedy in the Land-
LITTLE r ALLS, . I., MffeSBU, AO0.
Mh. Tl. R. 8TKVEKS
Dear Sir 1 desim to state to you that I was af-
lllicted with a hfeaking out of blotches and pun
rloa nn mv tarn and neck for several years.
tried many remedies but none cured the humor
on my face ana neck, filter using two or ipce
KitriPA of vour Vesretine the humor was entirely
onrori. 1 do certainlv believe it is the best medi
cine for all impurities of the blood there is in the
land, an i should cighly recommend it to the af-
tt PU1M.0. ru,y -iRR1NE) rchi!tct
Mr. pp.rrin is i well known architect and build
r at i.ittlc Falls. N. TM having lived thare and
in the vicinity for the last thirty three years.
Prepared by H, R. Stevens, Bot
Spiller's Furniture Ware Rooms
Pilled to Repletion Once More.
WE HAVE just received by the .Propeller Maine, the largest and most com
plete variety of
Ever brought to Cheboygan FOR CASH.
We will sell at the smallest living profit.
PRICES which will make it unpron table to senu outsiue ior
FURNITURE OF ANY DESCRIPTION.
Don't buy your Chamber Sets,
Don t buy your .Parlor CHUU,
Don't buy your Parlor Brackets
Foot.Rests, Looking Glasses,
Until you have seen
Chairs ! Chairs ! I Chairs ! ! !
Of every description.
"Additions of new and stylish Furniture will be made by nearly every boat.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO UNDERTAKING.
A PEERLESS EXTERNAL SPECIFIC AND
BEAUTIFIER OF THE SKIN.
As a remedy for Diseases, Sores,
Abrasions, and Roughness of the
$kin; as a deodorizer, disinfectant, and
means of preventing, and curing Rheu
matism and Gout ; and as an Adjunct
of the Toilet and the Bath,
"Glenn's Sulphur Soap" is incom
parably the best article ever offered to
the American public
The Complexion is not only freed
from Pimples, Blotches, Tan, Freck
les, and all other blemishes, by its use,
but acquires a transparent delicacy
and velvety softness through the
clarifying and emollient action of this
The contraction of obnoxious dis
eases is prevented, and the complete
disinfection of clothing worn by persons
afflicted with contagious maladies is
insured by it. Families and Travel
ers provided with this admirable puri
fier HAVE AT HAND THE MAIN ESSEN
TIAL of a series of Sulphur Botlis.
Dandruff is removed, the hair retained,
and grayness retarded by it.
Medical men advocate its use.
Prices-25 and 50 Cents per Cake ;
per Box (3 Cakes), 60c. and $1.20.
N. B. There is economy in buying the large
HILL'S tttr ART) WHISKER DYE,
Black or Brovm, 50 Cents.
CSXrittenton, Prop'r,7 Sixth Iv.S.Y.
rpHE BEST POUTE TO
E O IT
AND ALL POIMS
EAST, SOUTH AND WEST
PETOSKEY AND THE GRAND
PIDS AND INDIANA R. R.
Until further notice stages will leave each end
ol the route daily.
For freight or passage apply ac the postomce
C. A. BRACE, Agent-
FOUNDRY MACHINE SHOP
II. A. BLAKE, PROPRIETOR.
Is now better prepared than ever before to do
aM work in his line promptly and in a
manner that cannot be surpassed.
in addition to manufacturing everything that is
usually made in urst-class loundries,
especial attention is paid to
The Jobbing Business,
Such as repairing engines, and all kinds of ma
chincry, together with
In all its branches. He also manufactures
BRASS AND IRON CASTINGS.
of all kinds made to order.
Shrtu on theriver ou Main street. Satisfaction
""SF ' U.A.BLAKE,
We will sell goods in all departments at
Bureaus, Tables, &c., &c,
our goods and prices.
Call and see them.
E. SPILLER & OO.
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The testimony of the wlolc World.
HOLLOWLY S FILLS.
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"I gave one of your pill to my babe for rhol
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"Your box of Hoilo ay's o'ntment cured me
of noisee in the head. 1 rubticd sume ot your
ointment behind the care, and the nobc hug left."
"Send me two boxes; I want one for a poor
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the medicine to me is wc th a dollar "
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1 have over 200 such testimonials as these, but
want of space compels me to conclude.
For Cutaneous Disorders,
And all erupti. s of the 6kin, this Ointment is
most invaluable. It does not heal externally
alone but penetrates with the most searching Of
fects to the very root of the evil.
Invaiuably cure the following diseases
DISORDER OF THE KIDNEYS.
In all disease affecting those organ?, whether
thev secrete too lnin-.h or too mile waier: or
w ether they be afll cted with atone or gravel, or
with aches or painb settled in ; he hins over the
nurionaol the kidnevs. tle Pills should be taken
ae-''ording to printed directions, and the ointment
hhoulit be well rubbed into tne pmail ol the bacx
it bed time, Thu t catmint will give almoet i
lijciii-te relief when all other uica' s have ailtfl.
For Stomachs Out of Order.
No medicine will so effectually improve the
tone of thebtomarhas these pills thy remove
al acidity ocea6ioned either by intemperance o;
improper diet. lhejr reach the liver and reduce
it to a healthy action; they aie womiemiiiy el-
flcacious in cases of t-pusm - in fact they never
fail in curing all isorders ol the liver and stom
ach bTMwai 's Tills are the best snown m the
wor.d for the following dUeaM-: ague, asthma,
bilious complaints, Idotches on the skin, bowels.
consumption, debility, dropsy, dysentery, erysip
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tits, jcoul, headache, indigestion, inflammation.
jaundice, liver complaints, lumbago, piles, rheu-
antiim. rotcn'ion oi urine, scroiuia or King s
evil, sore throats, stone and gravel, tic douloiir
eaux. tumor?, ulctrs, worms ot all kinds, weak
ness from anv car.se. etc.
None are genuine unless the s'trnature of J.
Haydock. as aeent for the United States, sur
rounds each box of Pflls and Ointment- A hand
some reward will be eiven to any one rendering
such information as may lead to the detection of
anv party or parties counterfeiting the medicines
or vending the same, knowing them to he spu
Sold at the manufactory of Professor Hol-
lowav A Co., New York, and by all respectable
druggists and dealers in medicines throughout the
eivilized world, in boxes at 25 cents, G2 cents and
BtfTThrre is considerable saving by taking the
Directions tor tlie guidance ot patients
lh every di order are am xed to each box.
Office, 112 Liberty Street, New York.
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Wholesale and retail dealers in
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We invite the attention of business men and
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Note and Letter Heads,
Hand Bills, Pamphlets, &c.
We have just received several louts of the
We would advise
To' Examine our
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OEGAIZED to advance tbe interests '
3hrbovKn Conntv. by disseminating m
formation regarding tlie soil, climate and general
auvantageaof tueuountv as a iarmiug reiuui
nd the Village as a manufacturing ana coa.mer-
Wm McArthur President
U. H. Kezar 1 -Vice President
Wm. Chandler Secretary
Wm. Deput Treasurer
BOARD OF 1)IRCTKS:
W. 8. Humphrey,
All parties desiring information regarding any
latiere connccieu wnn me mace, uountv oi
I his section of the State, will please communi-
t ate witn the undersigned.
ly. Cheboygan Improvement Association,
l-ti Cheboygan, Mich
Engraving on Wood.
H. C. Chandler,
ENGRAVER ON WOOD
Glenn's Block, Indiana, is, Ind.
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others to our superior facilities for ex
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latest styles ol type designed especially
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Specimens and Prices
this class We are able to duplicate
OR CHICAGO PRICES.
Balls, Parties, Etc.,
careful attention. Address,
FARMS FOR SALE.
20 Cleared, good log house, mile from town.
SO Cleared, adjoining the short.
10 Cleared, on Mullett Lake, good hard wood.
8 O A. CHE S
Small clearing, 4 miles from towa.
SEVERAL OTHER TRACTS
Within 5 miles of town, all desiraol iMfttJoan.
Will subdivide into 10, 20 or 40 acres tf toshr'
For price and terms, call on or Address,
ROLLO DX PUT A CO.,
Cow For Sale.
Vegetine is Sold by all Druggists.