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A happy surprise it was to Mr. A. R.
Norton, of Bristol, Conn., when Athlopuokos put him on hla feet, and sent him cheerfully about bis business. Let him tell bis own story: “About three weeks ago I was taken with a severe crick In the back. For four days I wax unable to turn In bed without help, and when lifted up could not stand on my feet. I tu Induced to try Athlophobou, after all the usual remedies failed. Id 20 minutes after taking the find dose 1 could bear my weight upon my feet. In two days 1 was able to get about and attend to business. In two other cases which have come to my knowledge its use haa been attended with the name results.’* A poor man in Philadelphia had to bor row a dollar to buy a bottle of Anuopnokos. On account of his poverty his name shall remain a secret. He had suffered terribly from Rheu matism. He gratefully writes: “ I took my first dose Tuesday afternoon, and on Wednesday, after but seven doeca. I had not a aharp or iievere ache left. Then I reduced the dose oue-half and took the remainder of the bottle. I wax aide to be steady at work till Sat urday, when 1 took a severe cold and wax un able to line my left band. I pur baaed another bottle and by lad time I found relief. Tbc medicine la all you chum for It." In vestigate Am lophokoh all you please! Find all the fault you choose with it! and yet the fact remains, that it is doing what no other medicine ever could do for Rheu matism and Neuralgia. If you cannot get Athloihoros of your drug gist, wo will send it express paid, on receipt of regular price—one dollar per bottle. We prefer that you buy it from your druggist, but It he hasn’t It, do not he persuaded to try something else, but order at once from is as directed. ATHLOPHOROS CO., 112 WALL ST., NEW YORK, ummuumnm . ■ uiWMItUUMiUW KtHtr of Wlncoiuilu. lo.\u County Court—ml—ln Probate. In the matter of the lat will ami testament of Win. T. Henry, deceased. loetUm testamentary on the estate of William 'I. Henry, deceased, bavin# been issued to Thomas T. I’urmele and William 'l'. Henry. It is ordered that six month* from and after this date be,and are belt b> allowed for the cred itors or said William T. Henry, deceased, to pre sent their claims for examination and allow ance. Ordered further, that the claims and demands of ail persons HKHinst said deceased be received, examined and adjusted by this court at regular terms thereof, to be held at the court house, in lb#' village of Hodgeville, in said c ounty, on the first Tuesdays of Jinn*, July, August, September. October and November, A. H. 1 sK-l, and that notice thereof he given by piitdication of this order for four weeks successively In The lowa futility Hemocrut, a weekly newspu|er pub lished at Mineral I'olnt in said county. Ity the < on it; JOHN 'f. JoNI->t, t’ounty Judge. Hated, Hodgevllle, Wls., May Ith, lbK4. Kiwi Hlatc of Wlmcoiihlii lowa County Court—ln I'robtttc. Notice is hereby given (bat at u special term of tbr lowa County Court, to be held In and forsald county, at the Court House, in the village of Hodgevllle, in said county, on the ltd day of June, A. H. IHMI, Ik*lng the llrslTuesday of said month, at lu o’clock in (he forenoon of said day. the following mutters will be heard and con Sldered: The application of Alex. Wilson and Cyrus I.anyoii for tnc appointment of an administrator, with the will annexed, of the estate of William T. Henry, late of (In* city of Mineral Toint, in said county, deceased. And It Is further ordered, that piddle notice thereof t* given to all persons interested by pub lishing a copy of Ibis order for three weeks suc cessively, prior to said day of hearing, in The lowa County Henioerat, a weekly newspaper cir culating In said county. Ity order of the Court: JOHN I JUNKS, Judge, Hated. Hodgevllle, Wls., May 7. I HIM. 40w3 Hlatc of Wisconsin, Comity Court for lowa Comity ln l*robulc. Notice is hereby given, that at a special term ot the lowa Comity Court, to be held in and for said Comity, at Hie Court House, in (he village of Hodgevllle, In said enmity, on the 10th day of June, A. H. Imhl, being the second Tuesday of said month, at in o'clock in the forenoon of said day, the following matters will be beard and con sidered : 1 lie application of Thomas T I'armcle, admin Htrator of the estate of Martin riiclai , late of said county, deceased, tor (he examination and allowance ol Ids administration account, and the assignment of said estate to such |er moiis as are by law entitled to the same. And it Is further ordered, that public notice thereof be given to all persons in (crested by pub lishing a eony of this order for three weeks suc cessively prior to said day of bearing in The lowa Comity Henioerat, a weekly newspaper published In said county. Ity order of the < ’ourt JOHN T .IONICS, Judge. Hated Hodgevllle, Wls., May 11. ISH4.—H w.l FARM FOR SALE. A Rare chance for a Bargain. The undersigned wishes to sell his farm eon Misting of about *.M acres, situated about P _. miles north easterly from Hie city of Mineral I'o'mt, is well inclosed and divided into four fields; lias n comfortable dwelling bouse and lair out build ing is well supplied with wood and water; Is planted to oalc s acres, corn 7 acres, barley A iicies, rye *i acres, potatoes I acre peas C, aero, lame grass 40 acres, wild meadow 0 acres, a good garden and small orchard. The remainder In in wild pasture Immediate possession given. Tunc will be given on part ot payment. Ex amination invited. Address or Inquire of T. It. Tiegilgus, Mineral I'olnt Wisconsin. New Slock. Latest Styles. .1. P. Fill EDEN, DEALER IN First-Glass Boots and Shoes! Has the best and most complete stock in the city. Is side agent in this cltv tor the justly cele brated "KINU roNt'iKKSS" (Kacine) shoe, and a great variety of superior makes. 1 make a specialty of— Repairing and Custom Work! and warrant a tit or not sale. All styltfM of boots and slums constantly on hand and at the lowest living prices. Come and see me and be convinced. :IT vI J T. FIUKHEN. AYER’S PILLS. V large proportion of the diseases which cause human sulTerlng result from derange ment of the stomach, bowels, and liver. \\ i u’a c vniAUTie Tills act directly upon these organs, and are especially designed to cure the diseases caused by their derange ment, including i'omd (put lon, Indiges tion. I>yspepsln. Headache, l>yscntcry, and a host of other ailments, for all of which they are a safe, sure, prompt, and pleasant remedy. The extensive use of these Tills hy eminent physicians in regular prao liee. shows unmistakably the estimation in which they are held by the medical profes sion. These Tills are compounded of vegetable substances only, and are absolutely free (tom calomel or any other injurious ingredient. A Sufferer from Headache writes: "AvkiTh Tills are Invaluable to me, and are my constant t'ouqmulon. 1 have been a severe sufferer from Headache, and your Tu t a are the only thing I could look to for relief. One dose will quickly move my Imiwcls and free my head from pain. They arc the most effective and the easiest physic 1 have ever found. It is a pleasure to me to •peak in their praise, and 1 always do so w hen Oi ishmoifoi s. W. I . Ti .of \V. h. Page A lire.” Tranklm St., Kichmond,\ a., June 3, “1 hare used Avkh’s Tills in number less instances as recommended by you, and have never known thorn to fail to accomplish the desired result We eonstanlly keep them on baud at our home, and prize them as a pleasant, safe, and reliable family medicine, V'OK HVSTETSIA they are inv.-tUiable. J. T. lla\ Mexla, Texas, June IT. 188’,!. The Kkv. Ti: vm is It. H.vui.ovvr, writing from AlAtutii. (.’a., says. •• Tor some years past I have been subject to evm>ti|iu||on. from which, in spite ol the use of medi cine# of vaiious kinds. I suKeted inertasing ineouvenienee, until some months ago 1 begun taking AvilTs Tills. They have entirely corrected the costive habit, and have vastly improved nry general health.” Ayku’s Cath.vutio Tills correct irregu larities of the bowels, stimulate the appe tlto and digestion, and by their prompt and thorough action give tone uud vigor to the whole physical economy. ruerarcd ky Dr. J.C. Ayer&Co., Lowell, Mass. Sold by all Druggists. uo\G I **veion the wonderful l) AND beneficial effects ol MIDDLE- A y er ’ s Sarsaparilla. , ncn Children with Sore Eves, Sore AutU. Ears, or anv scrofulous or syph llllle taint, may be made healthy and strong by 1M use. Sold by all Druggists; gI. six bottle, tor V&, ELECTROGRAPH PORTRAITS To All the People in lowa, LaFaye'.te and Grant Counties: When having any species ol small pictures en larged you will find It to your interest to give your orders to Thomas Stevenson. Mineral Point, Wli., who Is agent fora Ney York house, that enlarges all kinds of small pictures, such as tin types, photographs, can! ferrotypes, daguerreo types, ambrolypes, and in fact even- specie ol small pictures enlarged and framed in a far su perior style, at one-half the usual price. War ranted to be life-like, and to last a lifetime. Do not pay out your money ior water colors when you can get a handsome oil painting fur almost the same price. Alt work warranted to last a lifetime. Hold your orders till the acent calls. Samples to be seen at the post office. Toay Bros., or J. A. Splatter’s on Saturday. All orders left at Toay Bros, or J. A. Spratler's will recieve careftil attention. Honest and square dealing with everybody. 30 THUS. STEVENSON. THE DEMOCHAT, Mineral Point,Friday, May 23,1884. Geo. Crawford. Robt. M. Crawford, EDITOR* AND PROPRIETORS. Democratic State Convention. A convention of the democratic party of the state of Wisconsin is hereby called to assemble at Madison, on Wednesday, the 28th of May, 188.1, at 12 o’clock, noon, for the purpose of electing twenty-two delegates four from the state at large and two from each congressional districts, with alternates, to the national demo cratic convention at Chicago, on the Bth day ol July, 1881; to place in nomination eleven presiden tial electors to be supported at the next general election: to appoint a state central committee, and to transact such other business as may prop erly come before the convention. All democratic and other citizens of Wisconsin who can unite in an effort for pure, economical and constitutional government, and those who believe that a sub stantial reduction of existing tariff duties is demanded, not only as a measure of justice to consumers, but one conducive to the general industrial prosperity, are Invited to join in elec ting delegates to this convention. Each senato rial and assembly district will be entitled to two delegates. Wendell A. Anderson, Ch’m. Democratic County Convention. A democratic county convention will be held at the court house, in the village of Dodgeville, MONDAY, MAY 2*i, 1881, at one o’clock p. m., sharp, for the purpose of electing one senatorial delegate and two dele gates from each assembly district, to represent lowa county in the democratic stale convention and the Third Congressional District Convention, to be held at Madison. May 28,1881, and to trans act such other business as may be considered necessary. The basis of representation for the several towns of the county and city wards, will be one delegate lor every .VI votes or fraction of 25 or more, cast at the last presidential election, as follows; Arena 7 Mineral Pt. City, Ist W. 1 Clyde 3 Mineral Pt. City, 2d W. C Dodgeville _!0 Moscow t Ellen t Pulaski Highland II Ridgeway 10 I, indin 8 Waldwick i Mi 111 in 0 Wyoming Mineral Point Town..C WM. K. ROWE, Chairman. GEORGE CRAWFORD. JAMES RYAN. ORVII.I.K STRONG. RICHARD KENNEDY. County Committee. To (hr Voters of (he Third Congres sional District, Wisconsin. A Prohibition Mass Convention will be held in Madison on the afternoon of June 3d. for the purpose of electing delegates to the National Prohibition convention to be held iu Pittsburg, July 23d, and transacting any other business that may come before the convention. All who favor prohibition are invited to attend, especial ly are the prohibition clubs, Good Templar lodges, and other temperance organizations re quested to see Dial delegations from their respec tive sections attend the convention. As this con vention Is called on the same day when the Wis consin Prohibitory Amendment Association holds Its annual meeting, delegates can attend both. Railroads return all who attend tills annual meeting at one-fifth fare. Uv Order ok Comm. The will of the late Cyrus McCor mick lias been admitted to probate at Chicago. The value of the estate is estimated at 810,000,000; $2,. r )00,000 of which is in real estate. The New York Sun has come to the conclusion that it is impossible to stem the tariff reform tide. It would like to have the democrats “let the tariff’ severely alone this year;” hut thinks ‘‘that will he diffi cult on account of the agitation which has already gone so far and become so hot.” The democratic county convention to select delegates to attend the state convention will he held at Dodge ville on Monday next. Old lowa county ought to send a 'solid tariff reform delegation to Madison, with a petition requesting the state con vention to follow the example in sending delegates to Chicago. Start the revenue reform hall rolling in in the primaries. A call for a prohibition state con vention to meet at Madison on Tues day, June 3d, will ho found inj this issue of The Democrat. It would seem that there are a few consistent prohibitionists left. They cannot all he made to believe that it is their duty to go into the republican parly work side hy side with low license men to secure the repeal of internal taxes on liquor, maintain the war tariff and keep the bosses in office. Among the works of the late Charles O’Conor is a little pham phlet on “ Democracy,” which ought to be in every American household. In this volume the great truths of democracy are most clearly set forth, and the humbug gory of “ protection ” fiatism is fully exposed. It would make a good campaign document to combat the misleading arguments of the Advo cates of the spoiliation system in the coming campaign. Wo are in receipt of a copy of the Washington Post published by Stilson Hutchins. It is fairly alive with the spirit of tariff reform and democracy. It is in favor of pushing the light Tor greater commercial free dom in this presidential year of 1884, and highly recommends speaker Carlisle as a candidate for president. It says; •‘No Democrat has more confidence of his own party ami the respect of hisopponatus than the Speaker of Hie house of Representative, ami no living staU man would make a better Presi dent." The wool growers in convention assembled have declared that they will organize and vote for no man who is not in favor of a speedy res toration of the iniquitous wool tariff of 1807. Let the consumers of wool act on the same principle and vote for no man who is not in favor of tariff reduction. There is no sense in the government robbing Peter to subsidize Paul, and if the Peters would only object to being robbed any longer the preplexing question of a surplus revenue would be easily settled. __________ Soon after the assembling of con gress the senate passed a resolution to employ a clerk for each senator at the public expense. But tbe lower house holds the purse strings, and the committee on appropriations does not take kindly to the senate's new fangled plan for reducing the revenue. A provision has been in serted in the legislative, executive and judicial appropriation bill to the effect tliat no money appropriated by the bill should be used to pay for clerical services for any senator or representative. It is a deplorable fact that while the revenue reformers in the dem ocratic party are making a manly fight against protection they are not receiving the encouragement they have a right to expect from repub licans who favor a more enlightened system than the present thieving tariff. On the republican side scarcely a voice is raised to demand greater commercial freedom. The Million, the new free trade paper speaks in the following plain lan guage to the professed revenue re reformers in the Republican party: " Now that the democrats are all on record, it is time for the republicans who believe, or pro fess to believe in reform, to let themselves be heard. What do they propose to do? Are they going to sit supinely in the galleries and let the Morrisons and Hurds and Carlisles and Wattersons light this fight out alone? Will they , continue to vote wlUi the Randalls,’ Eatons and Converses, and tne Kelleys, Kassons and McKin leys? They are not slow to tauut the democratic reformers with their every failure, yet they always put a vote where it will most surely aid in causing Uiat failure. Suppose there had been three more western democrats to vote with Mor rison. He would have triumphed. Is it any wonder democrats get discouraged and talk of compromising and conciliating the Randall faction while republican free traders vote with that faction? Is there any consistency or hon esty, or decency in republican denunciation of democratic coalition between free traders and protectionists until republican free traders have repudiated their own party and its coalition with Randall’s gang? Suppose there should be a separation; or suppose the reft rm democrats should now in their righteous wrath at the unholy alliance bet.eeu republicans who pro fessed to be reformers and republicans and democrats who don’t—suppose they should go to Chicago aud adopt a ringing free trade plat form and nominate a ticket to correspond, how many republicans who talk very loudly of re form would join them, and how many would vote for James O. Blaine, the representative not only of extreme high tariff, but of every other form of public folly? How many of them will take this golden opportunity and repudiate the corrupt alliance between their party aud the democratic monopolists? A prompt answer to this personal question is demanded by every consideration ot patriotism, honesty, self-respect manhood. We must have no shilly-shallying, no shirking on either side! The democratic re formers have done their best like men—better than we had dared to hope ttiey would do. Will the republican reformers now do as well? On their heads will be the blood of protection’s victims if the monster is not destroyed. It Is their opportunity. They must speak out, aud speak in tones that can be heard. If they don’t know what to do they must consult with each other aud see what is best. They have waited to see what the democrats would do. That ex cuse for waiting is gone, and there is none other. What are they going to do about it?” CAPT. OF THE STEAMER FLORIDA. /v 4r 455' /V * J. \V. SADLER. Another Atlantic steamship has gone down in mid-ocean and over one hundred and thirty persons have sacrificed their lives for the probable carelessness of the officer in the im mediate charge of the ill-fated vessel at the time of her collision with a sailing bark. Ocean horrors of this character naturally create the in quiry. “Who was to blame?” The world naturally infers, where there appears to have been carelessness on the part of the officers and crew, that the captain of a ship as the re sponsible head, should bear the criticism and censure of a horror stricken public. The information thus fur gleaned from the rescued of the Florida, is substantially as fol lows; (’apt. Sadler hail retired to his state-ioora for rest, leaving the vessel in command ol the First ollloer, to whose negligence if the disaster could have been avoided at all, must be attributed the terrible loss of life that followed upon the crash of the two vessels. That this officer was one ol the rescued, Wiile Capt. Sadler perished with all the passengers but one, is an apparent inference that the latter was not at the moment more pre pared or capable of saving his own life than were those who suffered his own fate. Capt. J. W. Sadler's birth place w as Yarmouth, England. He was a little over forty-eight years of age. After receiving a good education he became a sailor, and was rapidly promoted until he became the commander of a vessel. His record as a navigator began with the captaincy of a ship sailing between Glasgow and Nova Scotia. Later lie commanded a large ship be tween London and the East Indies. He then became connected with the "State Line " Com pany as captain of the Shite of Virginia and the state of ludiania successively. Last December the company assigned him to the State of Florida after its being overhauled at Uis suggestion. When lost the State of Florida was on its return voyage from New York to Glasgow, the first time under his command. He had been married three limes, but died childless. Uis first wife was killed by an accidental fall from a horse. His second died of consumption. The third Mrs. Sadler survives her husband, and was at the time of his loss, in Glasgow preparing anew home whicli she had just bought for their future residence. Thus endeth a calamity that reveals iu all its terror the perils of a life on the ocean ami the uncertainty of a voyage across the bil lowy deep. BOOKS. MAGAZINES, ETC. The North American Review; Allen Thorndike Rice; No 30 Lafayette Place, New York.: The North American Review for June opens with an article on •• Harboring Conspiracy," by Prof. Henry Wade Rogers, who examines, in the light of international law, the diplomatic history of the United JStales and the national constitu tion. the question as to how far our government may and must go in suppressing plots against governments with which we are at peace. Henry D Lloyd in the same number of the Review shows ho every branch of production is com ing under the control of " Lords of Industry,” corporations and monopolies. Elizabeth Stuart Phelps has an article marked by rare philosophic force upon the ‘‘Struggle for Immortality.” Other articles of not less importance are: *• Soci ological Fallacies,” by Prof. W.G. Sumner; “ The nse and fall of authority," by President J. C. Welling. " Walt Whitman," by Walker Kennedy; and a symposium on " Expert Testimony," by Roesiter Johnson, Dr. W. W. Godding, T. O'Conor Sloaue and Dr. Charles L. Dana. Grand Excursion to Tennessee and Mississippi. The Illinois Central R. R. will run an excursion to Martin and Jackson, Tennessee; Canton and Jackson, Mississippi, May 30tb. 1884, at the usual Exceedingly Low Round Trip Rates. Return tickets good for tnirty days. Stop-over privileges granted at all points south of and including Cairo, Illinois. Appli cations for Sleeping Car accomoda tions, Descriptive Pamphlets and Excursion bills, giving Rates, Time of train, Etc., should be made to tbe undersigned, at Manchester, lowa. J. F. Merry, Gen. West Pass. Agent. 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Let it be for ever remembered that the CHICAGO & NORTH-WESTERN KAIL.U AV Is the best and shortest route to and from Chi cago and Council Bluffs (Omaha). and that it is prepared by all well posted travelers when pass ing two and from CALIFORNIA AND COLORADO. It also operates the boat route and the shoreline between Chicago and St. Paul and Minneapolis Milwaukee, La Crosse, Sparta, Madison, Fort Howard (Green Bay), \Vis. Winona, Owatonna, Mankato, Minn., Cedar Rapids, XiesMoines, Web ster city. Algouia, Clinton, Marshaltonn. lona. Freei>ort, Elgin, Rockford. 111., are amongst the 800 local stations ou its lines. Among a few of the numerous points of superi ority enjoyed by the patrons of tilts road, are its Day Coaches which are the finest that human art and ingenuity can create; its Palatial Sleeping 'Cars, which are models of comfort and elegance; its Palace Drawing Room Oaks, which are unsurpassed by any; and its widely celebrated Northwestern Dining Oars, the like of which arc notfrun by any other road anywhere, lu short, it is asserted that it is the BEST EQUIPPED KoAD IN THE WORLD. All points of interest north, northwest and west of Chicago, business centres, summer resorts and noted hunting and fishing grounds.are accessible by the various branches of the road. It owns and controls over 5.000 miles of road and has over lour hundred passenger conductors constantly caring for its million of patrons. Ask your ticket agent for tickets via this route, and take none omKR. All leading ticket agents sell them. It costs no more to travel on this route, that gives first-class accommodations, than it does to go by ti c poorly equipped roads. For mops, desert nil ve circulars, and summer resort papers, of other information not obtain able at your local ticket office, write to the gks’l Pass. Agent, C A N. \V. R’v., Chicago, 111 P r BKSM CURE | Is a sj>ecitic cure for all Diseases of the Skin, especially Salt Rheum or Eczema, Scrofula, Scald Head, A Tetter* Hives, Rash, Dandruff, Barber’s Itch, Piles, Boils, Car buncles, Ulcers, Blotches, Chafing ■■ of Infants and Adults, Burn or P Scald, Stings, Plant-Poisoning, Pimples, Rose-Rash, Itching, Sun burn; and for all Syphilitic Ul _______ ccrs and Eruptions this remedy is a positive cure without the use of B internal remedies. " CATARRH CUKE) Lis a speciiio cure for Catarrh, acute or chronic, Cold in the Head, Hay Fever, Snuffles and Sneezing. All Diseases of the Nose are cured ■i him■ without fail by this sovereign rem- Ledy. It is the only sure cure for Hay Fever and Jloite Chid. COUCH CURE! Ols the most wonderful cough medi cine ever prepared. It is a spe cific cure for Whooping Cough, Bronchial and Winter Cough. It N contains no ijiccac, tartar emetic, prussic acid, opium or any drug or chemical, being purely vegetable. (ieneral directions in 10 languages. PAPILLON MFC#CO., CHICAGO. FOR SALE BY 12y C. R. MOFFETT, Druggist. HEAOIiI and all Bilious Complaints aiv relieved by taking WRIGHTS INDIAN VEGETABLE PILLS Steely Vegetable; IT: CtSnta*. 23:. All Drajglrta. BILLIARD HALL. P. GRANT, Proprietor, HIGHLAND, - WISCONSIN. The choicest of Wines, Liquors and Cigars at the bar. Gentlemanly treatment aim an orderly bar assured. 20-y WEIDEiNFELLEK & SO>i, House, Sign and Carriage = PAINTERS. FINE GRAINING. TAPER-HANGING AND FRESCO KING IN THE LATEST STYLES. Shop over Treweek's Claeksm ilh Shop. High Street. - Mineral Point,Win. All work executed in a first-class manner, on Short notice and at reasonable rate*. 14 SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS! GEO. KUHN HENN Merchant Tailor, Hat now a larger stock titan ever before of Glottis, Cassimeres, Etc., Etc. Men's and Boys' Suits Made to order in the latest and moat faibionab style*. If yon want a good tail of clothes come and make your selection from my large and fine lock of goods. Perfect fits guaranteed. lam also agent for the light running Domestic Sewing Machine. Sfilf GEO. KCHNHFNN. Cfll R for '’** working class. Send le cents (or uULUpo*tsge and we sill mail yon free a royal valuable box of sample goods that will put yon in the way of making more money in a few days than you ever thought possible at any business. Capital not required. We will start you. You can work all the time or in spare time onlv. The work is universally adapted to both sex. young and old, ran can easily earn from M cent* to 95 every evening. Ibat all who warn work may test the busiuem. we make this un paralleled offer; to ail who are not satisfied we w 1! send 91 to pay for the trouble of writing ua Full particulars, direction., etc., sent free, fortune* will be made by those who give their whole time to the work. Great aoeeeaa abaolut ly fare. Don't delay. Start now. Address Stomps 4k Cos.. Portland. Maine. B. D. PULPOBD, DRUGGIST. PURE DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, PERFUMERY AND TOILET ARTICLF>' PERFUMERY AND TOILKT UM'U 1 T's' BRUSHES. FAINT ERs* VND VKTIMs- MA Ti'Kl.U.s. FAIN TICKS’ AM) AKTISfr M ATEKI Al>. And Every Article Pertaining io a First-Class Drug Store. Headquarters for Garden Seeds, ** re-o*. ram ■> uMA*vnM s.-va ALSO PLOWEE JA2STI3 FIELD LsIJTTTW. Just Received Sixty Dozen Diamond Family Dyes! READY:-: MIXED PAINTS KannaiKo< ommmwmmrmammam isrnr va'avwt'Wai All Shades and all Sized Packages. COODs GUARANTEED TO F,E AS KKFKKSF.XTFD: —AT Til F OLD STAND ON TIIF. NOKTII MUM OF M \t N sTKIT. P. April t, ISS4. 3T>-tf R. |j. PULFOIUI, OfUgglSt. A. P. iflG:. FURNITURE! My Spring Stock is complete, consisting of Kitchen, Parlor and Bed-Room Furniture, WINDOW CORNICES, (T'HTA IN DOLES, ROLLERS, PILLOW SE A M HOLDERS, FUTURE FRAMES, BRACKETS, ETC.. And in fact everything to bo found in a First-Class Furniture Store. LARGE STOCK! GOOD GOODS! REASONABLE PRICES! r' a r i ( sio-ist - op - the - xbxg- - ox-x.Aixe! Ot\ L-J I —i . Corner of High and Chestnut ,-lm t, A. F. BISHOP, FOR THE SEASON OP 1884. F. W. STRATMAN & CO., —MA X UFACTU K KK. a OF — Wagons, Carriages, BUGGIES. PHAETONS, PLOWS, HARROWS, Wheelbarrows. &c.. DODGEVILLE, - - WISCONSIN. Are in the Feld for the Campaign of 1884, Fully prepared to meet U>e Increasing demands of the public upon them. If you are in need o anything in their line of manufacture be ure and give them a calb Ali work turned out by Ultra will be FULLY WAEKAXTED. We also Keep One oe the Best Hobse-suoeus in the State. j-T p J J\ ( ( j Done in a Satisfactory Manner I They Invite the farmers of lowa. Grant. Green, Lafayette and adjoining conntle* to call and we them at their factory in Dodgevllle, which i one of the mom extensive manafacfiring ealahUeh menta In Southwestern Wisconsin. We menufacture the STRATMAN PLOW The Best axd Cheapest is the Market. March 30.1883—m4 F. W. STEATMAN A 00,