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Buckle' Arnica Salve.
TheBkst Svlvk in the world" for cuts braiaea, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever teres teter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all slcin eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no par required." It' Is guaranteed to Rive pertect satisfaction, or money refunded. rice 35 cents per dox. For sale by Osborn Bro's. Dirt, debauchery, disease,, and death are links of the same chain. Ya.rr liamarkahla Ttaravarv. Mr, Geo." V. "Willing, of Manchester, Midi., writes "Mv.wvlfe has Iwrn ilmntt helpless for fire years.so .helpless 'that she could not turn over in bed alone. She used, two bottles of Electric Hitters, and is so much improved, that she is able now to do ner own worn." , Electric Bitters will do all that is claimed for them. Hundreds of testimonials attest, their great curative powers. . Only fifty cents a come at usbukn jjros. A man is poor. just, in proportion as he wants what he has not got, and cannot get. Thousands Say So. MrT. W. Atkins, Girard, Kan., writes: 'I never hesitate to reccommend your Elec trie Bitters to my customers, they give en tire satisfaction and are rapid sellers.' Electric Bitters are the purest and best med icine known and will positively cure Kidney and Liver complaints. Purify the blood and regulate the bowels. No family can afford to be without them. .They will save hun dreds of dollars in doctor's bills every year. 5oia at blty cents a bottle by Usborn Uros Book or Seeds. Messrs. Hit am Sibley & Co.. of Roches- ter, If. Y., and Chicago 111., will send, free ot charge on application, to any of our read ers, a book in' which is described all the test cd new and standard varieties of vegetable, flower and field seeds, which is well worth sending for and reading carefully. Seea Corn Famine. Probably nineteen farmers in twenty must buy seed corn for next spring's planting, on account of the failure of the '83 crop to ripm. . We must look sharp to the seeds that we buy, that they are better than our own, as many unreliable parties will oner In ferior stocks, to take advantage of the de mand. We suggest that every corn grower should send to Hiram Sibley & Co., the re liable seedsmen at Rochester, N. V., and Chicago 111., for their Catalogue and seed corn circular. This house makes a specialty of seed-corn and we believe that they will do what they say they will. - Seeds that Talk. Yes-seeds that talk. Can anything speak plainer than a full row of seeds, which have forced their tiny leaves above the surface in garden and field ? They fairly shout to us that they are alive and can be depended up on every time. Such' are Sibley's tested seeds, they talk right at you, and can be had promptly by sending a postal card to Hiram Sibley & Co., Rochester, N. Y., or Chicago, III., for a Catalogue and price list. Deferred , , He is truly great that is little., in himself, and that maketh no account of any height of honors. To the Northwest and the Far West No highway of travel has received more flattering notices from 'the' public than the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Faul Baiiway, the pioneer short line and the notmlar route to the Northwest and the Far West. Whether one's Mecca be Omaha, St. . Paul, Minneap olis or Dakota, on the dffcient "branches of this much-traveled thoroughfare, or even if a uahiiiaiiirit u iv puiuis bimi mute ic mote it presents, without a doubt the great est advantages to the traveler in his west ward course. Apart from its excellent road bed, its fine coaches'- aad the grand scenery through which it passes, its dininir cars and service are probably the most sumptous of any railroad in the world, indeed, the west ern lines, and notably the . Chicago, Milwau kee and St. Paul, fairly lead their eastern ri vals in the matter of comforts administered to their passengers. So that with statistics to show one's" life Is safer in the average railway train than' when sitting' in' one's home or the traveler who 'places, himself 'under' the guardianship of a well regulated railway may prosecute his journey with a feelihg of se curity and comiort as great as when reclining in his armchair amid his own lares et penates. For the benefit of those desiring to emigrate to Dakota arid other lacalities in the North west and Far West, the Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Company has published an illustrated pamphlet full of common sense facts and valuable information and statistics, which will be sent free of charge, by address ing A. V. II. Carpenter, General Passenger Agent, Milwaukeee, Wis. : . : ' ' T . AK EXTRAORDINARY OFFER, to all wanting employment. ,,. We want Live, . Energetic and Capable Agents in every county in the United States and Canada, to sell a patent article of great merit, on its merits. .. An article having a large sale, paying over loo per cent. profit; having'no competition, and on which the agent is protected in the exclusive sale by a deed given for each and every county he may secure from us. With all these advantages to our agents, and, the fact that it is an article that can be sold to 11 every houseowner, it might not be necessary to make an "extra ordinary offer", to secure good Agents at once, but we have concluded to make it to show, not only our confidence in the merits of our invention, but in its salability by any agent that will handle it with energy. Our agents now at work are making from $150 to $600 a month clear, and this fact makes it safe for us to make our offer to all who are out of employment, ' Any agent who . will give Car balsness a thirty days trial and fail to clear at least $100 in this time, above all Expenses can return all goods unsold to us and we will refund the money paid for them. Any agent or General Agent who would like ten or more counties and work them through sub-agents for ninety days, and fail to clear at least 750 above all expenses, can return all unsold and get their money back. No other employer ot agents ever dared to make suck offers, nor would we if we did not know that we have : agents now making more than 1 double the amount we guaranteed, and but two sales a day would give a profit of over $12$ a month, and that one of our agents took eighteen orders In one day. Our large descriptive circulars explain our offer fully, and these we wish to send to every one out of employment who will send us, three one cent stamps for postage. Send at once and secure the agency in time for the boom, and go to work on the terms named In our extraordinary offer. - Sve would like to have the address of all the agents, sewing machine solicitors and car penters in the country, and ask any readers of this paper who reads this oftVr. Address at once, or you will loose the best chance ever off crea to those out of employment to rnskt money. ' RENNER MANUrACTVBiMO Co . 161 Snithfietd St., Pittsburg, Fa. v .WIT AND 1IUMOK. "Man wants 'but little ear below. said the school-boy who got a sound box on me side 01 tuo ho td. Money often leads men astray. Some of them will run after a dollar, but , a hound dog Is more avaricious.- He will follow a scent. ' ' ' Pauline Lucca has' beon recently en gaged to sins: at threo concerts In Mos cow for 1,000. It Is better to be born Lucca than rich. , ' A western woman prayed for money, and found it As though this was - a miracle! We know of several eastern men who have preyed for money and found it ' " ' T An exchange saya that Noah was the first pitcher on record. Ho "pitched the ark within . and without'' The game was finally called on account of the rain. "This thoory that cold contracts every thing but water, which it expands, ' said one friend to another, "is non sense. You ought to sco my coal bill." -N. Y. Tribune. , A man's brain weighs threo and a oalf pounds. A woman's brain is some what lighter, but of finer quality. That is what enables her to taste lard in her neighbor's pastry. "Joseph, my box of cigars disap pears very quickly." "Yes, sir; I tako them. I Dclong to the society against the use of tobacco, and really I think that monsieur smokes too much." Stanley has discovered a river in Central Africa called Kissmelonga. It's an awful pity that it should be situated in a country where a fellow can't get any satisfaction out of it Burlington Free Press. "Is your wife acquainted with the dead languages?" asked tho professor of a Newman man. "Maybe she is," was the reply, "but the language sho uses is entirely too warm to have been dead very long." The newspaper foreman got a mar riage notice among a lot of items head ed "Horrors of 1883," and when the editor learned that the groom's income was only $7 a week he said it had. bet ter remain under that head. Count Harncorn, of Vienna, now a social lion in New York, says: "Ach, it's too pad. I can neefer marry but one American ciriL und I loafs all of dem." Like Artemus Ward's monkey, he Is described as an "amoosin' little cuss." A Kentucky man took a dose of Rough on Rats by mistake, and when tho thing began to take hold of his stomach and churn it, he swore by the great horn spoon that he haun t got hold of such bitters sinco before the war. In the submerged district a Cincin nati Enquirer reporter saw a man with a grapping-hook fishing In the water. "What aro you looking for, old man?" said the scribe. "I'm trying to 'find my house: I left it here two or threo A boaster in a hotel was telling of the many sections of the country which he had visited. A fellow at his elbow asked, "Have you ever been in Alge bra?" "Oh, 3'os!" said tho boaster, "I passed through on top of a stage-coach about a year ago. An exchange comos to us with a poem entitled, "How to kiss," marked in blue pencil. Either the author is blamed proud of his production, or else he thinks we don't know how to do it in either of which cases ho is 'way off. Burlington Free Press. A woman's brain is of finer oualitv than that of a man. Fineness of brain gives quickness of perception, and we see that fact illustrated in thi?: A wo man can tell what another woman has got on at a glance, whereas a man might study the matter over for a year and be no wiser. In the opinion of a genuine Kentuck- ian, tbero is no part of our national history so important as the fact that old Peto Anderson's son Caleb married Tobo Watkins' daughter, and after ward owned "btep High." the horse that Ben Salus rode from Lexington to Frankfort in 1859. J. M. Hill, the theatrical manager. is said to bo so lucky that if ho were to oave his slippers at an hotel they would be forwarded to him to the next town with a half-dozen pairs of silk stock- Intra In t.hm. Thn nnlir tlmn lift nvr fell down ho is said to have picked up a diamond pin. . "Where are you taking mo to?" ask ed a criminal, addressing the detective who had just arrested him. "I am tak ing von to the office of the nolico super intendent," was the reply. "I wish to observe in this case, then," said tho culprit, "that it is the office that seeks the man, and not the man the office" "Martrerv." said Ethelbert as thev sat on opposite ends of the Turkish divan, why am I like the letter Q?" and a silence folk broken only by tho molodions cough of Margery's warrant ed New England, throat "Because, dear," added i Ethelbert "I foel that I am useless without' V "Boston Com, Bulletin. : .' r, , ' ; v. A policeman leaned over tho area railing and addressing Bridget, who was at that moment engaged . in shift ing an ash barrel; observed." Bridget, mo darlint tho loight av yer oyes makes the dawn same loike darkness." "Thim's the very.wnrruds that yer su- payerior, the sargint shpoke to me. I suppoaz it's a part of the desclpline av the fource." . ; ; ; , "No. I can't say as I was much im pressed with Miss Strutabout's acting," remarked Brown; "but then she's a f;reat actress, you know. Her costumes ay ovor anything ver seen on the stage; and: then, yon know, she ' has her special car and it is said that she doesn't lire with her husband. It Isn't to be wondered that the audience went wild over hef." i. .' I 'I 'Who are that gentleman . and lady across; the 1 way?" asked a; lady on Chestnut street . this morning. i JJr. and Mrs. B. . Don't yon know them?w "No. They are bride and groom, I upposer1 r .Ohf no. ? Tbj hara been married a dozen years or more." ' 'ls It possible?", exclaimed the lady,' in Ereat surprise. "Why, ha lifted bis at when he met her. '. ' . Croup, the children's enemy u sub dued by using Downs Elixir. ;U is a strange fact that the strong est'ininded women shrink from being caught In their own , night-caps,, but they never hesitate to declare 1 their exalted opinion of Dr. Bull's Cough byrup that has cured innumerable coughs and colds, A wise man is like a spring-lock, al ways more ready to snut than open. All the scholastic scaffolding falls as a ruined edifice before the single wordI1 aim. Don't forget, mv snobbish friend that you have got to die just the same as the rest of us, and you cannot bury yourself either. ; .,1. , , To. what atrocities cannot that mind reach which is impelled by selfish ava nee?'.;. ; ; ' ' ',, Take your place modestly at life's banquet, and ask for nothing not in the bill of fare. ' , . .Union Pier, Mich. Your agent was here last winter and sold us some of Dr. Baxter's Man drake Bitters. We sold them and they gave extraordinary satisfaction. Would like more of them, therefore please write us the price by.thequan tity. .." '., R. M. Goodwin & Co. Good temper is like a sunny day; it sheds its brightness everywhere. Sir P. Sidney. '. Comparison, more than reality, makes men happy, and can make them wretched. "My wife suffered from Rheuma tistn for months. She tried a num ber of medicines but received little or no benefit. She commenced tak ing Athlophoros three days ago, and I can safely say she has already rceived more benefit from it . than from all the medicines she had taken before." T. Stephens, Hazel Green, Grant Co., Wis. The universal ver dict as to Athlophoros is that it cures where other remedies fail. What an amount of money might be saved if sufferers would go directly for this recognized specie. He who despises praise will not be likely to practice the virtue that would entitle him to it. Gold that buys health can never be ill spent, nor hours laid out in harm less merriment. Humor in the Stomach. Much of the distress and sickness atiributed to dyspepsia, chronic diar rhoea and other causes is occasioned by humor in the stomach. Several cases, with all the characteristics of these complaints, have been cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla. . Other cures effected by this medicine are so won derful that the simplest statement of them affords the best proof that it combines rare curative agents and when once used secures the confi dence of the people. The passion of acquiring riches in order to support a vain expense cor rupts the purest souls. Lillie Dcvereaux Blake says a bach elor is a man who has missed his op portunity to make some woman mis- erable Hall's Catarrh Cure is the marvel of the age and has no equal for the cure of Catarrh. Do not delay if you are troubled with this disease. If the greatest man who has ever lived should tell the truth he would tell you, that how he came to be so great is a wonder great to him. This world was not made for any one in particular, and I feel sorry for those who think so. I hey will dis cover their mistake some cloudy day. It is stated on good authority that the Emperor William has consented to the retirement of Bismarck, and has chosen, his successor. The world will not be dedulged with tears if it proves true. "How do we hear?" asks a scientist. That is easily told. Somebody tells a friend, and tells him not to tell, and the friend of the teller tells a friend of ours, and he tells us; and so we hear. Huron, N. Y., Sept. i t, 1882. Rheumatic Syrup Co.: Gentlemen I desire to tell you what the Rheumatic Syrup has done for me after using it for three months. For the last fifteen years I have been one of the worst of sufferers with rheumatism. My limbs, arms and hands, in fact, my entire form was drawn out of shape, and I have for years been unable to do any kind of business, or to wait upon myself. I have used up nearly all of my means in doctoring, but I grew worse and worse all of the time until all hope had left me, and I had fully . decided I would buy no more of the so-called remedies; but one of your company hearing of my case, came to see me, and had so much faith in Rheumatic Syrup,that he said he would cure me or furnish me the medicine free of cost. I have taken it as he directed, and to-day am entirely free from all rheumatic pains, and have almost en tirely regained the use of my limbs, and am able to be about and do my farm work, and I believe the Rheu matic Syrup has done what no other remedy on earth can do. I am, truly yours, Jeromc McQueen. P. S. Please bear in mind that for ith4 last ten years I have been unable to walk a step without my crutches, and much of the time tould not move even with them; was as help less as a child. Passsepger How long have you been employed on the streetcars? Driver llltoen year, barrhv whin I was sick. PassengerYon must be a groat favor ite with the company? Driver Ha! hat ha! D'ye seo that owld gray mar a I'm dhrlvln'P, Well, wo both" fell sick tbgether at wonst last' winter. , They slnt for a docthor for tho horse, and tuoy slnt vie mo resignation. Texas Sittings. ', . , , : .An Austin gentleman who had lost one of his children was presented with a Diu lor payment. . "I see by your bill that you charge t20 for ten visits while you were treating my child," he re marked. "Uertninly; f 2 is tho usual prico for a visit" responded tho doctor. "Yes,. but man alive, the child was un der ten years of age.- I could get her into a circus for half price." Texas Sifiings. ' .The question for debate at the So- wickley Colored Club last evening was: "Which is of most benefit to man, tho steam engine or the horso?" Tho horso orator grew palo whon his opponent asKea, venemcntiv: "wnat am do boss anyway? Nuflin but a steam ingine. Did my learned brudder uover sco a hpss on a cold day how de steam comes out ob ins noser Keep dat steum in side an' de horso would bust" "An' when wo como to die," said tho horso orator, "how'd wo look goin' to de cemetery In a Steam hearso? Dat would, bo puffockly Miculous." This turned the tide and tho horse sido won. The testimony of many who long sunered from ill health, caused by an impure state of the blood, goes to prove that the best remedy tor mak ing the blood rich, red and pure, for beautifying the complexion, for cur ing sores, pimples and other skin dis eases, for removing aches, pains, stiff pints, rheumatism, etc., for increasing the power of endurance, for giving health and strength to every weak portion of th? body, is Dr. Guysott's Yellow Dock and Sarsaparilla. Its effect pleases the user in every in stance. No other remedy equals it. SIMMONS, DENTIST. I am prepared to do all kinds of work In Den tistry at snort notice, is one but the best ma terial used. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Vltnllxed A(r nd miniatured for l'ninleta Extraction. MAIN STREET, FERRY. WILLIAM REID, "Window Glass, Mirror Plates, ueaa, uii, liquid I'aintfl, AO. 12 & 11 Congress St. EkST. Office and Wholesale. tep"' Window Glass, Plate Glass, Mirror Plates, etc 73 & 75 Lamed Street West, IITIIIIT, MICH. Probate Order. STATE OF MICHIGAN, Coumty or Shiawasske, At a stiiton of the Probate Court for the Count t of 8biwaitsee, holden at the Probate Ottico, in the iiir 01 L'orunna. on iuoouay, the Z7tu day or .May, in the year one thousand eight hundred and eighty four. Present, A. A. Harper, Judge of Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of Enoch E Eddy 1 de- ceased. ' On reading and fillnr the petition, duly Terlfled. of Henry T. Eddy, praying amongst other things for the Probate of the instrument now tiled in this Court purporting to be the hut will and testament er said deceased. Thereupon it is Ordered. That Monday, the 23d day of June next, at ten o'clock In the foienoon, be assigned fer the bearing of said petition, and that the neirs at low of ssld deceased, and all other per sons interested in said estate, are required to appear at a session of said Court, then to be holden at the Propats Office, in the City of Corunna, and show cause, if any there be, why the prayer of the petitioner should not be granted: And it is Further Ordered, That ssld petitioner give notice to the persons interested in said estate, ef the pendency of a 1.1 i,.lllltn an1 tk. ku,ln t h.-f f.w ..n.lno m copy of this order to be published in The Times, a newspaper printed and circulated in said County of Shiawassee, for three successiTe weeks, previous to said day or Hearing. a. A. iiAitr j uoge or rronaio. (A true copy.) ATTACHMENT NOTICE. STATE OF MICHIGAN, In the Circuit Court for the County of Shia wassee: JOEL LEAVITT, ) ts. In Attachment. WILLARD WARNER.) Notice Is hereby elTen that on the 12th day of March, A' D.. lHHi, a writ of attachment was duly Issued out 01 ibe Circuit Court for the County of Shiawassee, at the suit of Joel Leavttt the abere named plaintiff, against the lands, tenements, roods and chattels, moneys and effects of Wlllsrd Warner the defendant above named, for the sum of one hun dred and forty-four dollars, and eighty-five cents, which ssld writ was returnable on the 6th day of May. A. D. 1884. Dated mis jutnuay or May a. i. ito. S. K. SMITH, 8 4 Attorney for Plaintiff. , Slier ill's Sale. Notice is herebr elven that by vlrtuo of a writ et Atri facias, issued out of the Circuit Court for the County of Shlawnxxec, In favor of William Townsond, against tlio poods and chattels arm rem estate or Henry M, 1 own send in said county, to me directed and de livered. I did. on the 11th day of April. In stant, levy upon nnd take, all the right, tltlo and interest or tno sam Henry i. lownsenu, in and to the following described roul estate, that ts to Buy: all those certain pieces and parcels of Innd, located and situate in the township of Caledonia, County of Shlawnssso and Statu of Mlehijrun, and described as fol lows, viz: The west part of the north-west fractional Quarter of Section seven. In town ship seven, north, of Range three, east, con taining sixty-nine and sixty one-hundreth acres. Also, the north part of the west fart of the south.west fractional quarter of said section seven, containing twenty-one and sixty eight ono-hundreths acres. All of which I shall expose for sale at Publlo Auction or vendue, to the highest bidder, at the front door of the Court House In the City of Comn na, In said county, (that being the place of holding the Circuit Court for the county of Shiawassee.) on the th day of June, next, at 10 o ciock in me rorenoon. Dated this 11th, day of April, A. D., 1884. S. F. SMITH, . Snerif. Attorney. , , Chicago & Grand Trunk Railway. : Time Card, in effect Dee. SOth, 1883. W"A11 trains run by Central Standard Tims.-T TRAINS lEAVE PURAND AS FOLLOW81 - BUST. " I WEST. ' Mall .' .-...7 1.1 am Limited Kiprsnill Mpm Mall............ 45am Day Kspre...ie 80 a m Pacils Express. 10 4.1 pas Passenger 7 30 p an Atintis a 1 press intn Passenger ...... A 2.1am Way Freight.,. 0 00 pm Way Freight... 1 so an Connection! at Chicago for all Mints la the West and Northwest, Coansttioas aads at Puraad with v. Q. IT. M. trains fer points East and West. . Through Pullman Blespers all sight trains. - . GEO. 8. ROTE, . 8. B. CALLAWAY, TrSe Manager. Gentrel Maasgsr. J. -MIX. Local Igtnt, Pwraas. a. if' 17 41 s U A SPECIFIC S JTORTUX . 2.BLOOD. , e 1 n xositivs . Cure y,i u ' ;rot' 1 -IDTiTntTiniTCJlT id' Jcura:iv, ?HKU Wr. M IAViW.:: ill .h1. :m n of th bkiii and 1! 1 oi, stK h 4 X't r, ' itlitgwnrm. tf!,evniTD!r! ! fjl I & -?",'; Hi1' . tti.. - 1 ! -.v44p,.fSific r'.nYii .: ' jflfJr.rXuMATls;'1 . 'rA.-i'k'Z i-Afi. un .''ilfUU.'iA, Ir-j; mi. - FOUR POINTS 1 iM You can do a large washing without any rubbing; use the boiling process instead. You can save Tiuic, Labor, Fuel, Soap and Clothing' DIRECTIONS FOR TJSE. Cut up fine and dioIve one half bar In half gallon of hot water. Pour half this dmolved soap into a tub with just sufficient hot water to cover a boiler full of clothes. Then put the clothes in to soak, rubbiujr plenty of aonp In the moat soiled parts. Be sure that the soaking water is hot ; to.U the clothes hull at h mr ; stir them occasionally to that they may get the full benefit of the hot suds; pour the remainder of the dissolved soap into th boiler, adding sufficient water to cover the clothes : wi ing them lightly out of the suds. Soap tho stal ncl pots and place loosely in the boiler: boil 10 to 20 minute, rime well, blue and hang todry. lo not crowd the boiler too full. The same bollinj water may be used for further boiling by adding a little soap to each boiler-full of clothes. FanneU and prints should not be boiled, only a little rubbing required alter soaking. This soap will cleanse clothing as thoroughly as any other without the use of the b'.iler. We prefer and recommend the boilir.fc process as in itself n cleansing process, saving labor, the wear oi the wash-board, and being the beet disinfectcnt known. It i t imlor to boll the dirt out than to rub It out. You can cleanse perfectly the finest fabric without injury ; the finest point I act) and lace curtains. Soak point lace in hot sttU made with this soap, press water out with the hand; boil 3 to j minutes in clean suds made with tM soap, rinse thoroughly, press carefully between the folds of a towel, roll in a dry towel, nnd iron between pieces o? old flannel. Soak curtains so to 30 minutes and boil 5 ti z' minutes, ritMc, stretch on frame, or pin every scallop to carpet over a sheet to dry; no ironing required. Be sure and ask for ELECTIIICLIGIZT MAI and take no ether. Sold by leading wholesale and retail grocers everywhere. Dealers may obtain our goods upon application, Klsctmc SoAr Manufactueino Co., ludianapolii, Ind., and 86-38 South Water St., Chicago, 111. BLEV'STISTED 'For all Climates, U All tested for vitality, and in Gardens fiarlar. vi.M.ii at ate of 236 bush. Der aore. BiniBT mam pi id, n orm worn, nnenea blight rROort yield 725 bush, psr acre. Rochester Tomato, largest smooth," nnd eurlieu lur?esort; coreiess; best for narkr. First and Best Pes, earliest, most productive; marum tinifomlv 5 bet for market. Sibley's Tsstea Osbbasre Seed are un.noelled. $1,000 IK PREMIUMS AT ALL FAIRS. . Sskd ro CATALOGUE AND PRICK LIST of vegetable, flower and field f -II tested valuable varieties. Mail orders promptly filled, making a seed store at home. LOWEST P3IOES. HIRAM SIBLEY & CO., Rochester, N, Y., Chicago, III. famous TnfoEcl'siuE D ATTLES OF.TIIE VORLD. Py OAPT. KIXO, V. S. A." RISTORT rROst THE BATTLE-riELD. Shows hew Vstlosi hsvs tise asds er destroyed ia a day How Fame er DieaeUr has taraett e a single Oontvis. A Grand Book for Old aad Tonim. ftavos Tun. AidtthtMtimmry,-4v?ltmtmrtmn4lnttruct1on. Maps sad Fins Illnetratlnns. Arvale WaatadBTerrwhera. , trj Writs si oaeo f( UW seripUoa aa44aras. IUhn J. C MeCL'BOs Jb CO Chicago. 11U. JklSa. WHO IS UNACQUAINTED WITH THK II BT EXAMISslNa i .1.- . : ' Chicago, Rock Iqland & Pacific R'y, Belns the Orent Oantral Line, afforda to travelers, by reason of Its unrivaled ajeo araphleal position, the shortest and best route between the East, Northeast and Southeast, and the West, Northwest and Southwest. It Is literally and strlotly true, that Its connections are all of the principal line of road between the Atlantio and the Pacific . By Its main line and branches It reaches Chicago, Jollet, Peoria, Ottawa, La Salle, Ceneseo, Mollne and Rook island. In Illinois Davenport, Muscatine, Washington, Keokuk, KnoavMIe, Oekaloosa, Fairfield, Des Moines, West Liberty, Iowa City, Atlantio, Avooa, Audubon, Harlan, Guthrie Center and Council Bluffs, In Iowa 1 OaHatln, Trenton, Cameron und Kansas City, In Missouri, and Leaven worth and Atchison In Kansas,; and the hundreds of eltles, villages and town Intermediate. The "GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE," A It Is familiarly oalled, offers to travelers all the advantages and comforts Incident to a smooth traok, safe bridges. Union Depots at all oonnectlng points. Fast Express Trains, 00m posed of COMMODIOUS, WELL VENTILATED, WELL HEATED, FINELY UPHOLSTERED and ELEGANT DAY COACHES f a lino Of tho MOST MAGNIFICENT HORTON RECLINING OHAIR CARS ever built PULLMAN'S latest designed svnd handsomest PALACE SLEEPINQ CARS, and DINING CARS that are acknowledged by press and people to be the FINEST RUN UPON ANY ROAO IN THE COUNTRY, and In which superior meals are served to travelers at the low rate of SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS EACH. THREE TRAINS each way between CHIOAQO and the MISSOURI RIVER. TWO TRAINS eaoh war between CHICAGO and MINNEAPOLIS and ST. PAUL vis tha famous' ).:..- ALBERT LEA ROlTE. A tUm and Direct Line vk Seneca and Kankakee, has recently been opened , bdtwssa Newport News, Richmond, MnoHinatU Indianapolis and' La Fayette, And Oouaoil Bluffs, St. Paul, Mlnneapoile and laf .mediate points. AM Through Paaeengere earned on .at Eiprees Trains. . 9m mora detailed information , see Ma pe and Folders, w h leh may be obtained, aa . ayea aa Tl skats, at all principal Ticket OfWeeo In the United States and Canada, or of Do 7. CADLtT, ' . 0. OT. JOIiri, - Vloe Piss'taOcn! Manager, , Oen'l Vk't A Paee'r Agt. CIIIOACO. DO Dot let your Druggist persuade you take something else, but If, ho has not 1 ct It, and will not send for It. write t us and wa wi'.l send It to you by express, prepaid, on receipt of p-W. .....One to three bottles of Rheunir I1.- .vm . vill clr the system of Bile, ami tin nuy 4 ii In flammatory or Acuto Kbeutuaiiftia, . r V stir :a. Three to five bottles will runs Er; vpoUa In Its wuri loin. , ......TVitir ti six tattles aro warrutt-.l tt rure corrupt du running UU-etx M 1 1 Four to bottlus sra var-ttito l t ';ro 411 i'smo oroi. i;neuin. T'y cij:M botilis wi'.l euro tho wnt -nu ui at roiu.. rrn wti 1 f .ur inont. u.u of niuumutic y. i'V win 1 tire any rase ur t.nromc Kneumatlsm will 1 tire sny mmi u f t tw hry y ar'radirjr. J"; -1 hr.vobfxn a sufferer fur years, an . , .1 remedies you could bear of. y ' U JUxouraged. for Rke d have with no Rheumatic U'Jyr:;) will euro you, . " ' 1 .' ' JA?,rrU , 81.00 pr bottle 6 bottles for 95.00. .ur pamphlet of Testimonials, etc, RIl EUMATIC SYRUP CO., Rochester, N. Y. Prepared by an entirely NEW ItlETIIOJi. Composed ef the PUREST luTAXElllALS. WILL NOT INJURE THE FAPII1C. WILL CLEANSE WITHOUT HUOD17IG. mm For all Soils, for purity and value. LOW PRICES. in cxirema nunu ui f mhu Sibley's Imperial Dakota Red Potato, best of in varieties: nor i-koof. CIOCRAPHY OF THI8 COUNTRY, WILL TtllS W1AK, THAT "