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To Our lUamnlc Keadrrf
The Free mid Accented )l i^'
will discover thot a new featir
added to tho
PLAIN DEAER
de
ted to tbd interests
rf
the Frnt
nity.
As Masonic halis are dedicated
A .t 1 J.Ji
eated to Virtue and Universal
nevolenee, so likewise is our Ma.-i-n
ki department, far as r.
oatea Masonic uth, an5
tho craft in its pursuit.
That this department n,..\
worthy of the cause to which
rated, we desire communications
fron: the whulo fraternity—
J'.ast. West, North and South.
AVe are compelled to rely at j:
nt upon liberal extracts from
Mosonic publications as sre ia
ounTenicnt.
)fthsso there are m.ivy,
lusively to the fraternity.
^rood and wholesome instn%::
the craft. The Masoni
C:.neinuati, is published
$2,50: The Voice of Ma, i
Tidings from the Craft, i
St. Chicago, is published lu^ntiuy
at §2 Masonic Tidings, is published
'imt-morithly at "Warsaw New Y
»t j?l: The National Freemason
New York City and Tlv4
St. Louis Mo.
St. John's day is to be eelebr v
i.y the Masons of McGregor
.4, their new Tin!! dedicated,
i public installation of officer
t'ue lodg' V". rV.an -i
liut .Masonry is
In the words of Sir Walt..* S •. t:
freemasonry
i« the sc ,-v
TLe .-i'.vir M: ....v..
Which Leart to heart aud mi:. I :n\r.
In Knly :ind iu soul can
All its plans arc pacific. It co
pcrates with religion in regulating
iie temper, restraining the passions,
:.ud harmonizing the discordant i
••rests of men breathes a spiri:
'.uiversal love aud benevolence au_=
ue more thread to the silken cord
silver line which runs from man to
man. In its bosain flows cheurily
4he milk of human kindness, and its
Iteirt expands with love and charity, i
It wears the ornament of a meek
and quiet spirit, at peace witL God,
itself, aud the world.
With one hand she extends
peaceful olive branch with this
administers succor to the distres
The more it is examined,
more beautiful it appea..
the more a Mason sea.
•s into the science, the iiore he 1
the craft. It is like the humble fly,
which viewed with the naked eye of
science and understanding, displays
beauties far exceeding the utmost
expectation. Masonry has met with
manv persecutions and enemies: but 1
like "the silver seven times tried '11
the fire, it rises each time
brilliant and more v,\rti.y
teem Prior said
"It :s like trie 'at'lcr lii t'.ie patriarch's di-eu:
Itif'ut on .tr'.h, iU height abuvu the sMeit,
Diffused in virti-.c, U^mdlcoK i i power,
'Tii puhlis lu altli au n::ivti euro.
Of htavcnly maunn,'ii- a tt-n.
A natioo't! food, ativl: li totverytav.'-.
Central Point.
Masonry is truly the sister of Re-
squares her conduct in strict justice
MYSTERY
uorY
n
BENJAMIN FRAXKLIW,
of Free Masons of Pennsylvania in
YVf i MA:•oNIc t'.'iAUiTv.—l-'ivm the 11 i* ho pinion of )ie doctor that
vttuSOllU 4fjUinnniniT. .Masonic Review wo loam that the the lawyer pots his living by plunder.
noble-hearted Grard Master of Ken-j wlnle the liiwvor thinks the doctor
has colleeUd from tho 1
K
A •'*"v Vi
ajU^
Nut i tor the purpose of distnW-
i ig the nionev aintnsr the suitoriiiji
widow? and orphans of deceased Ma- ..
to Masonry, 80 is this department n/worthVVaGrand 'P™
fufforinc household.
at *-i i* i.
».ied a mind yet
c'hallensro combat
•»f.?ru.!T FsrHi
broken, no sanctuary wlnoli is iu-t
invaded, no friend, no kinsman,
brother, wife or c'nild that is not
forgotten, no fibre of human agony
whic!i
•-t Missol"!
I He v
he Ik:
~-tinrs.
us cur
anil universal charity. The central And a cautious spirit "Deliver
point of all true Masonry is the love
CJIAUITY.—Fivm tho It is the opinion of the doctor that
1,
tncky, Bi\». Issac T. Martin, with gets his by "pillage."
a zeal worthy of all commomhtioi.,
MTS8 ANNIB MOPSITT AND
Ann
keutuck\ bctwoi'it 3|t i f0
'm! "r
loft llohiml thom Tlu
|W
i i a.. whom lie gives them to.
J.
our paper as they are also dedi- ^aster, and,cf the grand order he hy are young ladies kissing eaeh
s worthily represents. It will °ther Hke an emblem of Christiani
bring gladness and joy to many a
I
Brotlu
rial CL
autiful extra
v'V.o
is
SAFEV-
Tos! And
Freemasonry has been beautifully
named the ''elder sister of Christi
mity,and not the snb-ii:ii:e i'
Christianity.—Harris.
PRESIDENT JOIIXSOX
charity, whi' binds man to man. a deputation of Free Masons that
Religion is the golden
unites man to God Masourv
has informed
cord which he will endeavor to visit Boston on 1'hysieian. "'The fallow
the Ithe li4th of June St. John's day, "e^ore I came.
aud aid his fellow craftsmen in ded- ''Peal gently with tiie )orrii ir."
icating their new^Masynic Temple, i as the Cock sy fish-dealoi- ^aid to a
customer.
\'o More.
This ia t'^e Burden of the Heart
Tho Burden that it always horf
Wo live to love vro meet to p^rt
'. ..ii part to moo on eanh No More
each other to tho Lc .rt,
.\:.d part to meet ou earth io More.
1 is a time for tears to start—
dews to full and larks to so
Th Thne for Tears is when we p..ii
aeet upon the earth Mure
I! Tiiue for Tear." is wlicnve part
i meet on this wide eanh—No More.
Tbie Lord's Prayer.
Jou
01''}
'I1'"11". V"
lt!'
,nueh
in
more
tber«
ls 1:1 jt
it is beautiful I Like a diamond in
the crovrn of a queen, it unites a
thousand fetus in one.
It teauhes all of us every one of
us, to lock to Gou a- our parent
"Our Father."*
It prompts us to iaiee our thoughts
and desires above earth "Who
art in heaven."
It tells us that we must reverence
our
heavenly father "Hallowed
ligion for she boasts her efficacy bc thy nrime."
iu all its native influence, and is Jj breathes the saint's toward
constantly the assistant promoter "Thy kingdom come."
of like principles and like actions. And submissive, obedieut spirit
The central point of all her innuiner- "Thy will be done oil earth as it is
able lines, squares and circ-les, is
u
heaven."
the love of God. Anu upon this And a depend.nt, trusting spirit:
central point she builds her faith "Give us this day our daily bread."
from it she derives her hopo of glor}' And a forgiving spirit "Forgive
here and hereafter and by it she
trespasses as we forgive those
w
l10 trespass against us."
us
fr0!n evil."
of God. And, last of all, an adoring spirit:
"For thine is the kingdom, and the
IF MASONRY
is iu your heart, you power, and the glory, forever and
will 'be a moral, temperate, and! ever, Amen."
prudont man, kccpiug a guard over
your lips and actions. You will ah- l\:ter says that it is folly to Ml
iior profanity and intemperance, and a man he must not enlarge his debts,
reprove tho*e faults in Masons wiio when the poor fellow is dying all he
may be guilty of them. You will can to contract them.
be affable aud courteous, treating A traveler who was detained for
all good Masons as your equals, jatl tour by some mischance, short-1
paying due respect to those in offiee, enc-d his stay by "making a minute
regarding the opinions and making
0
magnifies danger ah tue
fog the Bun. -The hand that unnerved
it." There's*philosophy for you.
allowances for tho prejudices of One mau, one night, was climb-!
every place you visit.
ing over au ovclbot whcel.
lie said he was trying to get up to
I)UT
wu
Melshazzar derived its most horrify- «r ,, ,,
... influence from tW want of a
Mr"
somehow or other the stair*
uld not stand still.
1
J' fi!'. .00»""6
.udd«atl,ilsolfia.u.tformi-S "P""}'' «"I»'ko v-.lk i]»
daMo in what «e do know ofit, tat V-vor «,igular:
in what wc do not. i whon-wl.onovcr tLo water fcro,„, ,t
tho philos-i'UL)~'^"®U^AR.'
opher, patriot and printer, was! A little girl was told to spell
Grand Master of the Grand Lodge 'ferment, and give its meaning with
lo™?
allr-rs freezes with the slippery side
a sentence in which it Avas used.—
1734, and that vear he printed the I The following was literally her an
iirst Masonic book published in swer: "F-e-r-m-e-n-t, signifying
America Iwork. I love to ferment in tho gar
jden?"
"Mustcin a Lodjje.'sftys a Mason-j "What are you drunk again'f'
ic exehango, should bo cultivated "No, my dear, but a little slippery,
as much as any of the sciences^ It {The fact is, my dear, sonio scoun
exerts an iufli»'eno« hat is beautiful drcl ha« boon rubbing my boots till
«ad holy, and leuds a charm to the they arc a» smooth Rf« a pane of
c-coflfi'jt Jglasu."
#ri
Mrs.
Tipathy nro earnestly requested
oa
j] ^pon Amy A. Hillitv,
:ure,,1 vo
...
0
*ce»
sons, and ofbrethern whose families J," MW"*"0 moods, "what
are in actual want. This i« a great °.od
bw,ft-
hm
IV ... 1 v I
1
We li'ipe the example set by i\ishould do vnto them.
tnc-ky Masons will be omul at rj b\ A clergyman in Massachusetts,
i':
:.ity of e\ y V rthorn 'in announcing a temperance meet
•. as t} K justly i"g said it would be addressed bv
Localise they are doing unto
eac^
^ther as they wotild that me.i
vesf "Masons, especially, six women "who had never spoken
set an example ofmagnanim- before.''
..nd be loreuiost in deeds, of "When first married my wife,'"
said a fond husband, "I loved her so
much that I could have eaten her:
:and now," ho added, with a sigh.
"1 wish to lleaven I had."'
i The President's cook is daily ex
..pecting a summons from the im
peachmcnt Committe for not putting
black popper in the soup.
pu: benelioenee.'
CAKU.NAL VIRT
.rain read your '3L
and then reflect
ch f-dl
has no
can i a fob
be appetite
A Spanish gentleman studying
English, being at the tea-table, am!
desiring to be helped to some sliced
tongue—in doubt as to the term,
hesitated a niomertt nr.t! then said,
"1 wiii thank you. to pass mo
that language."
NATIVE AIP.
is not wrung. Minds of com- ours, speaking of his children, said,
rnon mould will go through life "They are all woll. but one bom in
without excess, while those gifted this country. I must take him
witii God-like powers- are smitten
1
ivith weakness. Tho gifted author
of Childc Harold walked in fetters,
tho green isle for'pon my honor, i
L-.
of a dr
the
a i
hurried to
and di-1
on del:.
jut ion
:ai ii
the jatru. i-svap"
lamik'].'. Pi i.r (.' ..
the author of Gortrude cfWyoming
died a driveling imbecile. How the
"Gentle Elia' wept over the habit
:hat enthralled l:im. Ah! how these
.ragedics of human individual his-,
•—of t«mptatio-:
us! Tuo hisr
.• of our ian-i ..
t: episod(
i M. "Br
is languishing for hi
that ho never smelt a'
belii
native
all."
gentleman having
a lawyer, found Li:i: i-. i
which was very hot., lie re
ed the great heat of the apart
:i .. and suid "it was ?s hot as as.
"So it ought to be," replied articles of
.S ."
for ,is hMe 1 el
ere is a i
n. Tor osaiup
Iog-matir-. oftei. pus-
"Can you tell nle, sir, how to
jfiudthe Sheriff's office?" "Yes, sir
every time you earn five dollars
'spend
Oh,
SPRING STYLES
OF
F1
St
rot her
$*
IfLirkpatr ick,
rccvivi!:£ tLfir s rr.oJ?.
arc compiete in evo-y de
partment.
mmi
W Sll £1^3 A?
hmi
lhJiasss,
SHEETINGS of all
Kinds very low
200 BARRELS
GOOD
FLOUR.
MESS, PRIME and CLEAR
PORK.
S U A U E A S
SMOKED HAMS,
LAliD,
CORN MEAL,
&c., &c., &c..
AU for sale cheap
for
OASH.
m^SEE SIGN
SOUTH END BRICK BLOCK
CRESCO, IOWA.
Slrother & Kirkpatrick,
April 20th, 1867
v
f|l 5111 if pq iw
had impression they a TCF) TITR PltT PP9T ^TOOIf
iSt]ay. A^D THE CHEAPEST STOCK
1,1
t]\wk*
onc,
ATK.NT MEDICINES,
FOREIGN AND
DOMESTIC L1QV0I!.
—An Irish friend of'MISCELLANEOUS
L:-.'.:e
zener-
ne
ilaiuiji'-us.
oniotimes easily eow-ed oocus
ionally '-egorical, at i
.ready c- made a "li i" t'.
LEGAL EPIGRAM.
vent first to law with N- i.
tin.' sad uttnek.
-said he scarce has ,t
1 o jmt iij un his back:
1- vorily tho o.-ise is su
i That Tom ka« had a suit too much.
Passage from the diary of a 'late'"
well
PEACE N EARTII
AND
GOOD WILL TO MEN:
The Nah'f/l Clothed at the
Great Clothing House of I
1). C. Moiiiy,j
v -imh
is
OF GOODS,
01
of hes
*7,
he
P^P1'
6Tfr shown up to tho iraac at
Clemmcr's
Drug* Store,
IN TIIE
I K O K
CONSISTING I'"
FAIINTS,
OILS,
GLASS,
PUTl'V.
BRUSHES.
PURE DRUGS.
MUSlCAf. IN^T.
PERFUMEIl'Y
ALI5V.MS.
!!UY
TOILET iOAPS
S ATI ON
KNVr.LOl'M?.
CATHOLIC HOOKS.
KEROSENE OIL
LAMPS.
DR1EDFRU1TS
,ou ml anil OIIP orh
i of everyday uw
«wVer.
At
not only in 1
:KEAIYMADE
llai'dware,
AND
AT CRESGy, IOWA.
The undersigned is juat receiving a
large stock of
STOVES. IIATlTyW ARE. IBON
NAILS, rOGKET A^D
TABLE CUTLERY,
Infuct a Gtriernl and Miscellaneous ns
sortuient comprising every article usually
found in first class Hardware and Iron
Stores.
Slieel-Iron, Tin and Hollow
Ware, Constantly on hand
and Manufactured to order.
He nsk.s thottention of the public to his
Qoo'ls and prices believing lie can nuke it
to tiieir interest to purchase of him.
STORE SKCOND DOOR NORTH
PROM THE DEPOT IN TUB
E
A i
LIME SPRINGS
CLOTHING,'
for the million, but alio in
i nient of
ral assort-
PROVISIONS
ol'evcvv chnrfctor and flf-s'i tptit'ii auil in
quantitios sufficient to feetl the hungry i,)'
Jill nations, iiil ut prices that wiil admit -A'
none gtarvius
All kinds of country produce taken
in exchange for Goods ancl the high- Erysipelas, Tumors, Eri
eft Market prices paid. I'its, Scrofulous C'i
1 1
min
it/1 fit ///•.
I), C. MONTY,
May. 1867. 18tf
STOVES,
BRICK
BLOCK AT CRESCO.
B. CHAPIN
Dec. 5. 1506 ra4vgtf.
& tattoutr(
llaau
i i i i 1 1 I LI 1849J [1867
PAPER WAREHOUSE,
Tho Largewt, The Best,
NOOKAN & McNAB,
PIWPLUETOITFL OF TTLE
NUMBOLT MENOMONER
PAL'EK MILLS.
MILWAUKEE WISCONMM,
And Poaler* in ftU Lluil*
rriotin^, wrapping, writing, Draw
ing
AND NOTE PAPERS.
AM)
PRINTING INKS
ALSO IN
Cards, Card Boards. Binders'
Boards, Twines, Slates
Pencils, Blank
Bo:kt?,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
LOUIS BENTnN
SCHOOL
BOOKS,
MOn.DIXtrs. WIN
DOW SHAPES,
CANHIKS.
cigaus,
I
general
n.n
I lis stock is full and com]
•y department, aud will i
•he lowest livir.g rates.
j'.very article guaranteed to bo i- rv.:
i-cCC
1
It. 1
i/2'2 i
J. o. CLEMMEB.
n i u i i n s
or
GREAT JOY!
&
SrCCESSOR
TO
Benton l:o's Co.
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
0 E E
A N
S
Pure Wines & Liquor«
FOR MTDICINAL ITRPO^ES,
Pain i s, Oil-.
3Kasfs,
LIQVOH
A i'rtsh find Cvmpk-tn Siock
CHOICE GROCERIES
always on baud.
Wholesale Agont for all the POP
ULAR PATENT MEDI
CINES OF TIIE DAY.
If I? HFNTOX, JR.
i'l BLIC SCl-AUC
ftOBAOK'S
BLOOD
BLOOD
BLOOD
BLOOD
BLOOD
BLOOD
BLOOD
BLOOD'
BLOOD!
BLOOD I
PILLS.
1'ILLS.
PILLS.
1 ILLS.
PILLS.
PILLS.
PILLS.
PILLS.
PILLS.
PILLS.
BLOOD
PILLS
BLOOD
PILLS
Biood Purifier!
1
Lime Springs his s.oek will
ccusUt
ARE UNEQUALED
roil CtrEiNO
Scroftiht, Sf/philis, Skin Iis-"
ease, Old Sores, Salt JtLeutnf
a or I
SICK HEADACHE
Liver Complaints, Itheuinatisin,
Fever and Ague, St. An
thony's Fire,
sumplion, ctc.
1 i s s
ONK pprwin writos, her daughter was «nrol
of l'ita of nine yours' standing, tind St. Vitus'
dance of
A N'f/NItwo
EHyears.
HIS
ANoTHlitt was cured of Fever Soro which
had existed fourteen yeiirs.
ANOTUHll of Klieimmtism of right ynar*.
Ch«c(s
innumerable of Pyspcpniii nii.l I.ivor
Complaint could be. mentioned, in which the
Pnriti.r uud Pills work like a. cliurm.
i ft O N TEE BLOOD IILU
At li: K-rmt o:• v f.r.l 1 tiorot::}i pthat
iiitv.} ti*r l.c-a jiit!• iiii.t d. '1 iioy .ui d1.
rwtlv tho Liver, exciting Hint, organ to
•nch'Hn extent a« that thn systcin d-o* n re
laj sii into its I'ornvr nondition, which u too apt
to hu tho unsf, with nimjily a purgative pill.
'1 hey lire roiilly a
BLOOD AND LIVER PILL,
nr.(I. in vi'h the
BLOOD FUMFMt!
Will pure all tho nforomontiriKod disensa?, and,
of themselves, will relievo nnd cure
Headache, Oostivenoss, Oolio
Pains, Cholera Morbus,
Indigestion, Pain in tlie Bowels,
Dizziness, &c., &c,
Bit. IIOBA CK'S
Stomach Bitters!
Should hi u«ed by onnvnlppccuts to strengthen
the jn-^stratioa winch »l« ty3 follows noute
Try ho«c mcdioineu, and you will never re
gret it. Ask your noighboi'H who havo used
them, nii.l they will nay thev are
Hear Ye! Ilonr Tel!
l)Hfin%Jflnndy
DECOR AH IOWA.
TVuloi's in
Cloths, Casslmerfs, Vestings,
Gents* Furnishing Goods, Trimmingt
Hats Cavs (of latest and
moo( faih ton able
ityltt,)
Ready Wade Clothing,
I Of over) kind and quality.
We manuflioture to order every dworlp
ion of gents' giirmouts.
English, Pre tick and American
Cloths and Cassimcres,
Jtist received and always koj on hand.
We are also agents for the celebrated
FLOREXOE SEWING MACHINES
the best Machine in tho world
paid.
J!W Tho highest market pric
in Cash at all times lVr vi»u^.
.1. A. NOON AN IV MrN A
DECORAH.
O O
& S
Co.
0 E
S
O E
'pnBSDBSCRICKRS takes i!, Mi 'lho.l lonifma
all pi'isoiis who wear Shoe C.eather that they
ive on band aa large ami fashionable assortment
ROOTS fc SHOES.
u found In lcror ih, or the count »!id
t!...: thv'.i I'-attention will be
GIVEN
t'1 please ftiid accpimuodatt1 their cuatomerii, and
them In the Wat ftylc of the art, and at #uch
1 "ices that no oue cuu possibly go
A \VA Y
iv.iiatisfli'il. ,-hall Itoep !i«nU
well selec .! of
lioots and Shoo.
Br^gans.
'»aitort,
Bahiiuials,
LIPPERS PUMPJs A
Fji Mon, Boys, or CliiUrcn.
c'.- c!iil'ireu'« »nd lieutlmeD'a
'waya on
1 or no da!.
W HAGEXSJ^K
Kb OR IOWA.
AIM La.
Congress Gaiters & Boots.
REPAIHISO.
Repairing one with tu'otnc?* aiul at short notice.
Person#who vish t'j dealt honorably with nod
,.t the worth of their in
.»«»• re tnv!tel to -.li ut
SHEIFFLES'OLD STAND
Wo«: '."ickermaij'i Drug Store,
S.
ROLLIN
Doty's Clothes Washer I
I 1
DOTY'S WASHING MAOIIfNE
a pain
Bishop
SCOTT,
GOOD
MEDICINES, and you should try them be
ei I'oing (or physwiun.
PRINCE, WALTON & CO.,
(Succe^nors to Dr. C. W. Ifoback,)
SOLE PR0PK1KT0R3,
Nos. 56,63,60 & 62 E. Third St.,
CINCINNATI, O.
Are Sold by a!! Druggists and
Deaiors in Patent Medicines
EVERYWHERE.
hns
liocn awarded the FIKST I'RE
MIUAl AT THE GREAT NEW ENG
LAND FAIR OF 18Cti. ALSO AT
THE .STATE FA IKS of NEW HAM l'
SlifRE, NEW YORK. MICHIGAN.
WISCONSIN, MINNESOTA, IOWA,
kc.. AND TOOK THE FIRST I'KE
MIUM |THE SiLVEtt MEDAL) AT
THE LAST FAIR OF THE AMERI
CAN INSTITUTE.
Those jirr the clienpost nml host luachin
cs for wishing ami wringing clothes. The
Wiisher, using hoilinghot suds, saves three
!'iurths the Inbor ind time: takes out all
the dirt no sore liunds no fceted air no
1
uptions,
C'OH-
injury to the clothes.
POLON RonixsoN says: "I assure you
'our machine,' after n year's use. is thought
more of 'co-dav than ever, and would net be
partednviih tinder any consideration/'
Mr.
WSS
'm rites,
Fon
ORANGE
currd ?ftcr
li lifid iiiinost w n.stf-d itwny.
iiour.opd llir '.aso innurubte.
rjnrotl nf 1- over nnd Agua af
bin
1!.') doctors
ANOTHKRwa
ter trying every medicine in his reaeh.
Prof.
run, Editor of the Amer­
ican Agriculturist, s.-tys '"Our better-half
say« this is taken to most kindly by the
'help,' and that she cannot persuade them
to use any other while this is at hand."
YOUMANS, M. 1).,
says:
U0ur
fam­
ily is not snuill, but a smart girl, 11 years
old, did the washing lust week in about four
hours, and that, too, more us a frolic than
a task.
of the M. E. Church,
Odessa, Del., says: "I tock hold (which ol
Wliaf Ii« Press Say of it.
The rich might do without these machin
es, but the rooii, who must value time,
labor and (he saving of clothes, have to!
look on them as household necessities.—'
[Working Farmer.
It is worth £l per week in any family.—
[N. V. Tribune.
Growing in favor the more it is used.
Wc like-it.—[Prairie Farmer, Chicago,
It really merits all the good that can be
Sttid ofit.—[IturalNew Yorker.
Easily worked and does its work well.—
[Ohio Farmer.
After a fair trial we gtvo it the prefer
ence over nil others.—[Iowa Homestead.
It is the very best machine for washing
clothes we ever saw.—[New llaven Jour
nal and Courier.
Exclusive right of salo given the
first reapousiblo applicant from cach
town.
Illustrated circulars, giving whole
i sale and retail terms, sent free.
On receipt of the price from pla
ces where no one is selling, -\ye will
send one Washer and oiro Wringer,
either or both, free of freight char
ges. Family size Washer, §14
No. 1 1-2 Wringer, 910} No. 2
Wringer, $8 50.
R. BROWNING,GE*: AGENT.
No.
82
CCMILAUD 8T
New York,
'Opposite
Merchant*' R?t»l
"!TJW.W5 BAUER '& CO.
i
GREAT
NM FORTE A! MELOOEON
EMPORIUM.
WAltKIlOOaW
Crosby's
Opera House'
60 WASHINGTON ST.
CHICAGO.
.C.7 TotV Waroroome, 050 Broadway.,
Whi'lusolo A^outn fbr the U. B. 1'ur
v7SI. KSTMJS & CO.'S
Sold Medal Piano Fortes.
tn t!.F r«»t:i I vo i'nrtl! 1'IASOS, \v
DUIJ
,:•• ill I .• r:iii,:• of i:i inir |u~.-i
II
T'IAI,Ui n«, (i OTTSCHA I. Iv,
•THAKOXCH, 1. SA'l'TKK, H. VIKl1
U»V1S ST A It ill .mi !C. .11' SAO, .Mu
n. al litrt c4vi i'.i.' 1 r.',, i.b iv.i.i
ttiv iiimt distliij.-nint.t-i I'l-tilV-.i ra nnd Auii!t..i:ra I 'i
to ootmtrj. All liMtruuirutH
ffuaranltml/urjiv* a*an.
alsi, itisu roa
:03BSL23 K SLILTH, S0AHD1IA1T IJ.OAAY,
A. II. CfALS I CO.,
AND OTIIEK FI'.NR CI.XM VIAJT I'I.
W» lii-T.. th» l.AHOIiST ami DfW ASSORTJE!)
•'TOOK or l'lAfdiS IN '1 U'J t'rrv, vlilch i,r I'„tui
mJ Pweiiii.--3 iT i•:w, ]*.-) timl A Ji-' .ir.'ii Touch, rtu-l
U.-mity nf aiisli, have, i j- jujguc, U«u jnououucvl
'I.
¥if~ l':ii tituliir fiJl to tlw *clt.itlou of ln
trti:min! f,»r .listuut oidori. ittiil a pi'lriltK* ol
**\chs
r»!ile,lii* in.v timo within Ki* ir.mhs.if th» lM«ir
«wit sl.ou'il not [irov» i itiir. ly •iitisfiu'ti
11. A U'terfl
lo *. UugYuion, IVtidiOn ami IVliu Jii.
I "H«!.
l(OL!^Al.n OI/AT.r.US will n».l It to their n.1»n»
'C»* to givi u« u «'l.
AM
by |!r,*tly inorru .e.1 f.u -litln
t' i! Mi 11 li '1 til I I! Ji-In wit (ii.-n III it
In wluit IlJ'.AI.l V Kirsr CJ.A V
will Jo »•-li to .utl tw n p.UVlMteiU^ livt
V *. E8ALE ACIKNTB FOlt
'lart, Koedliam Sc
OO.'J
CX! L!«n \T-
1: SOMIUMB, MELOBEOHS
AND ORGANS.
••0 FOii OF.O. A, VRiZCi' i COW
iCdeons and Organs.
OTSICAL IISTEUHEHT3
coi'deons,
ollna, Clarionet#,
Druiun,
23AS3 IHSTH3HB173,
/.ad other Uirc'undisc.
VV/
ivj* Xs^iA'Mzyra (A .ur
4
&WOU:i!I'N
M«iiur*O-
tAlL.o, iiu Hi- l»y u »i'. n'l of »ko b+it
F.'A- Vw'U*! St*.?»*. M:I1 XHLMT"U LAVN
(hoG »M Mixlils find i RRMJVStfh.
tor.r.i-ot tin vl*L Mur.!,.f.ictt'ri»r Uv»i^
I.-ii-i". Pfff hu. \'«ij, u:.d rnil-, wv «ro
I Si A I,Kits, HAS DS audI NI*m
i M» in thU li:uai ut th« \o\cetf a*4i.-•Df
it i.:v.y.ur:it IISL. i'I.ACIC.
TULIIJS BAUER & CO.
G9 AVaBhington Street,
•••AGO, ILL.
f~ l'crk W
art
rooms, 666 Brot&wij,
fsr. I'll
ATT Jt BITClilMi'S
E E A E A I O I
V.' :•. l\\.t iiiint -ia,
I'l:c nn4 C«tH®
in -J- s
fFrjaCT—• rg
i, v -1 w i iv? !'-4 ^f 4
V rt..rH/5 fi V.-,i. •. )&&
tttri'U?//.' -tf
,7/f' A/- r/\*
eimt Can'
tt-inf ifit/iri" tht i't*l ft irr.
KorI lie en i of I ai h»us 1
ilur-(-K find Cuttle lire subject stu-n a
I uuuiler. Distemper, llldo lioiind, i.nss of
v»i..
n
BM
AppiiMti*, linvr.td Htrnilis, V( ll.iw Wnter.
ristiiln. foil JCvil, fViKtche w
Itiviiff, Mamie, Inllivtni:iiUii» ol Jlirf
mid l'litiuue (loin Hard l.tilior
alsr, Hheiiuialisin, (etrtninimly calleil
Jit Iff coiiiplnlnti. wlilcli proves tiiljil l«.
*o iiiiMiy VftlU:- Horses In tlii.-i counti-
v -i or ««~v
v. .?
SLCAH'S CONOSTiOM POWDLR
IIN.4 tin* lurgi^t *IC of nny HOIKO OaI CI«»
In tliin eoniiii v. It is of lioi Us uiM
HO4
for iiitldtuv^s, eufoty. curtuinfy t\u\ thor-'ii^hiii^, stuij#
Iininont!v nt \\h. beail of thu list of l/orst alrf
It r:irricM ojr nil liumorR, vreronta hor«M from
tc.'oinitijs Ntiit or ftjuiMlcrlng, purifjoH tlio
l»)oo1vU«i«o9M
tli mk) it i Ninofilli hihI gkisny »iffcHiun«8^
rlcjuiit'-t tlie wiiti'i rtnd atrtMi l1iciifl ovoiy juirt of lli(»
hixiy. It nlso ti sulo ami ecrtiiin romHy tor couglM
and colds, which guueruto eo many futal diHeases.
1
course, I s'muld not have done if wc had
no machine}, and iu 2 1
-l hours we put'
through ''levi n dozen pieces, many of which
wer« slier't ana they were well none, too.
I Wc like our machine much could not be
persuaded to do without it."
Tho CI«"rcqnin-S in !UMIJ pli.-.LWITTI
M,IIIL-iimlniicaol
ftvcxl—net t. link i:u ii —lliij, nut 1( ii ulli'. Imt to
k-i|.'up n.ii'i'.u! ir M'.'ivti'.n (,l milK, nnd u!I u«vnt-r«.ot
will tin I by i ivin- tJi.-iti
SMAW'S CONDITION POWDER*
twia* ii weck,« incrousc in and
of milk Jintl crcain. It cftrrirfi 0 aU frvor and I
pnritioH of tlio l»l»»l. 'I'hoelToci in nm'ii throughout Uttt
Sffwicn l»y ft riot nnd nhuiKhiut tlow ot milk.
Thu f-irnx is to l.c nwurr of the
rJcH of SIohh's (Un*Htion in pr^
Mutiny t-ho ctu«Iitiun of hU *hci-j ukd pn-vonting Ukituy
of the dUttftseft i/f all the doui'icticntoj AiiiinuU.
4®*A fifty ei nt juivkutr? Slimu'» CondltMC
l'otvtlrr ]nt iu to
11
Uirrt-l of K.vill
I
N
kcttvr U1.J11 MIS
bnslicli of corn to fulten u lion, and is ctii tuiii 1*5
vunlivo of Hog Cliolern, lUiinl Btuggurii, »ml otS*T
lisvniiC3 coinuiun umoug lingj-
CAUTIOX.—To jirotect outiielvea anil tie pnlM*
from briii^ impu.scd u{ron by worthless linlUitlotys^jpte
Kemiiiie will benr the fac simile signtttureof tha Wi^
I:ictoi3 on tlio wrmvcr
PEICE 25 & 50 CTS.
For S»fc) by Druggi»t» »nd Merchant* ererywher*.
Sole Prcpriotoit, CliMiiao. III.
9. O. Drawer 6820.
OLD AT WHOLESA LE. Fire Packa
cm £or One Dollar, and at retail bjr the
u o N e O n V
A««
Lime ftprmgs tini Cttiutf.

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