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PLATTS MOUTH'S PONTOON.
Another Bridge-Insured Prosperity
From Monday's Dully.
Wc Rio going to have another bridge,
a pontoon bridge shaped like this:
This will enable the farmera of Iowa
to bring their grain and block over here
for s;ilo and help the boom that is com
ing pretty lively over, whut is fast be
coming an energetic, lively little city.
This bridge is u certainty, no don't be
dubious, and oil this Bide wo will have
two new hotels run by experienced hotel j
men from large cities, so don't be boubt- I
ful; sowers will he built and streets paved
shortly, o don't be surprised. There are
so many buildings going up that it is
tedious to enter iuto detuils about such
Col. Stewart's system of street nomen
clature is yery simple and should be
adopted by every city council in the
United States. It consists in calling all
streets north of Main street "Avenues"
and all streets south "Corsos." Such as
1st, 2d3d Avenue or 1st, 2d, 3d, Corso
Attend the meeting and got further in
formation. Every citizen should be
AH'iiCI.IiJ OK INfKIII'olJJlTIOX.'
1. The corporation hereby created
shall be known as the Iowa and Nebraska
2. The principal place of transacting
its business bhall be l'lattsmouth, Cass
3. The object of this corporation shall
be the construction of a wagon or pon
toon bridge across the Missouri River at
or near I'lattsmouth,
4. The capital stock of this corpora
tion shall he fifty thousad dollars in
shares of one hundred dollars each, of
which amount at least ten per cent, at
least shall bo paid in at the time of sub
scription, the remainder in installments
as called for by the directors of the
5. The amount of capital stock of
this corporation may be increased at any
(5. Each share if stock shall represent
one vote, to be cast by the owner, or his
proxy duly authorized in writing, pro
vided in all cases the proxy ihall be a
7. The indebtedness of the corpora
tion shall not at any one tiino exceed
one fifth of the capital stock.
8. No loans shall be created without
first being authorized by a two-thirds
vote of the capital stock.
9. The regular meetings of this cor
poration shall be held quarterly as fol
lows: First Monday in January, April,
July and October.
10. Special meetings may be called
at any time by the president, upon a r.--qunst
of a majority of tiie Board of Di-
.-Aif of i.-lii.'l. moptlnrrt eorrptnr.v
shall give all stock holders at least ten
clays' notice in writing.
11. The property of this corporation
shall be disposed of only by a two-thirds
vote of all the stock.
12. The officers shall consist of a
president, vice-president, secretary and
treasurer, and the business of the cor
poration sha'l be transacted by a boaid
of five directors, from whom said officers
shall be chosen, with the exception of
the secretary who may be chosen from
among the stock holders generally.
13. The directors shall be elected
from among the steck holders at the
meeting in January of each year after its
14. All questions arising in a meeting
of stock holders, upon which a vote is
required, shall be decided by a majority
vote of the stock present, except as other
wise herein provided.
15. A quorum of stockholders for the
transaction of business shall consist of
two thirds of all the capital stock.
1 0. All stock of tnis corporation shall
be transferable only om the books of the
company, by surrender of ths certificate
15v the owner or his attorney.
"l?. The time of commencing the
transaction of business - under these
articles shall date from the 16th day of
April, A. D. 1883;
18. This corporation shall continue
to exist until the year A. D. 10."0 unless
sooner dissolved by a two-thirds vote
of all the stock.
Signed this 13th day of April-A. D.
S. N. Stewart,
Robt. B. Windham,
W. S. Wise,
Join A. Davies,
Brutes vs Animals.
It is a pity this city has not a "Society
for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.'
Two old ragmen are going around the
city with a wagon that is drawn by two
poor horses thaf resemble a sketch of
Pegasus drawn by an artist who had suf
fered for a long time from delireum tre
mens. Every few moments the Sliylock
driver will whack their hide with lib
whip as though he was dusting a carpet.
Ha might as Well be whipping a clothes
horse with a rag thrown over it. The
poor animals are so accustomed to hard
ship and cruelty that they treat their
punishment as a huge joke. They remind
one of the lines on humility: "So doth
the fragraut sandal bow in meek forgive
ness to its doom, and o'er the axe, at
.every blow, shed in abundance rich per
fume." The perfume in their case is im
nniginary. l'roai Tuesday's Daily.
Tiie school board inspected the
school grounds yesterday and ordered
the place to be graded all round tho
,,.?, i house, the planting of ornamental
trees and for the grounds to be fenced
in so' as to keep out the sportive and un
restrained bovine, from leaving his foot
prints on the lawn. o
FARM AND GARDEN.
A VARIETY OF TIMELY TOPICS
Laying; Oat Farm Into Symmetrical
Fields That Will Admit of Closest
Iconoiny of Money and Time In Feoe
In IT and Cultivating.
In. laying out farms and in shaping
fields the common, ruling practice is to
give them a square form or as nearly so
as practicable, in order to economize fenc
ing. A ten acre lot, for example, if square,
will measure forty rods on each of the
four sides and require for its entire in
closuro 100 rod3 of fencing. By altering
its form and making it twico as long and
half as broad it will require 200 rods of
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FI. 1 OUL.ONO FIELDS ON SQUARE LOT.
But the oblong form has some special
advantages, as every farmer knows, sav
ing considerable time in plowing, harrow
ing and working with the cultivator.
Country Gentleman, in commenting on
tho above, calls attention to the fact that
Li portions of tho country like many of
tho western states, where the land has
been surveyed into squares and right
angles, it is easy to lay out farm3 in sym
metrical fields, a form which may be
adopted being represented by Fig. 1,
whore tho fields are twico as long as
wide, and every one i3 entered from the
central lane or farm road through a gate.
On tho left of this road is a barn, orchard
and long vegetable garden cultivated with
a horse. On the right is a dwelling, car
riage house and smaller fruit trees. The
six principal fields may be brought into a
convenient rotation of corn, barley, oats
or peas, wheat and clover and timothy for
two or three years in meadow and pasture.
VI(i. 2 SQUARE FIELDS ON A SQUARE
Fig. 2 represents a farm of the same
shape laid out with square fields, which
would obviously be less convenient than
the one shown in Fig. 1.
When, from uneven, hilly land this
symmetrical form cannot be adopted, the
authority quoted from suggests that the
plan may be modified or varied to suit cir
cumstances. For instance, if a hill is in
the way of the farm road, it may be made
to deviate and to pass around it, shaping
the direction of the oblong fields accord
ingly; and a deep depression in the land
may be avoided in a similar way, or by
turning to the right or left and securing
a moderate grads.
Numbered with ths many excellent
papers read at the New York institute's
meetings this winter was one by Mr.
Cold, of Connecticut, on "Treatment of
Permanent Pastures." In this paper Mr.
Gold called attention to the important
fact that the way in which pastures are
fed, whether closely or otherwise, has
much to do with their permanence in
value. It i3 possible to feed a pasture so
closely as to dwarf tho grass roots and
kill the large growing species. Too light
stocking favors the growth of coarse and
useless vegetation, choking out sweeter
and richer grasses. Dairy cows, unless
fed some grain, impoverish pasture more
than young stock or fattening animals.
The fields are apt to be too flush in June
and too bare in August. Rather than
these extremes, feed some grain or sowed
com in tho scant season and do not allow
pastures to run into seed in June. Past
uro is often benefited by a change of the
live stock kept upon it. Sheep will eat
and destroy the while daisy and wild car
rot. The tread of sheep has a marvelous
influence on the physical condition of cer
tain light lands. Horses may be profit
ably changed around with cattle consum
ing much rank growth that is refused by
neat' stock. Young cattle may bo advan
tageously pastured in connection with
dairy cows, which have a habit of" spend
ing their time about the entrance to the
pasture. It is well to have trees in the
more elevated part3, thus encouraging the
animals to leave their droppings where
they are most needed.
For a real permanent pasture we must
cherish and retain the very best grasses
that are fitted to the soil, the climate and
tho treatment our pastures receive. Some
times plowing and reseeding is the only
resort. But consider other remedies nrst.
Cut the bushes, trees and destroy such
weeds as can bo banished without plow
ing. Drain and irrigate. Dress with bone
or ashes, and do not expect very sudden
A very common mistake in sowing
flower seeis, as well as other seeds, is in
covering -too deep. As a general rule,
I cover only to the depth of the thickness
; of the seeds, or with medium sized
seeds like balsams, zinnias, etc., a
half an inch or so is none too much.
Such fine seeds as portulacos need only to
be pressed into the soil with a piece of j
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if is I j!ww ,
wood, or the palm of tho Lanl. Always
press the erth down firmly alter sowing
all flower seeds, else there is danger of
their drying up before the roots can get a
firm hold of the soil. Seeds of the hardier
annuals may be sown where these aro to
grow, but, as a rule, it is preferable to
transplant, as the plants are generally
stronger and stand the drought better.
During very dry weather, and when the
seedlings are first set out, they should be
watered frequently. Irovide some sup
port for all such annuals as require it, or
the plants will become weak and straggling
and do not make the show they other
wise would. The weeds should be kept
down and - the ground loosened of ten so
that the plants will receive tho full
benefit of the rains and dews, which they
will not if the ground is ' allowed to be
come hard and baked.
Th Currant Worm.
The best known remedy for the currant
worm, which infests both currant and
gooseberry bushes, is white hellebore.
Now white hellebore is an altogether dif
ferent drug from black hellebore, so re
member and use the former. The cheap
est and easiest modo of application is to
mix tho hellebore in water. Place a heap
ing tablespoonful of the powder in a dish;
add gradually a quart of boiling water,
stirring all the while to make certain that
the hellebore is thoroughly saturated.
Turn this mixture into a pailful of cold
water, stir well and apply with a garden
syringe or ordinary watering pot. The
object is to wet every leaf; make two ap
plications, a few days apart. While white
hellebore is poisonous there is little or no
danger from its use, as above directed.
The chances are that before the fruit is
ripe enough to eat the rains will havo
washed off all traces of the hellebore, and
should any remain on tho clusters the
fruit will present a soiled appearance and
be rejected in consequence.
The grasses, for convenience, may be
ranged in two general divisions. The
first division comprises all the true grasses
or plants with long, simple, narrow leaves
and a long sheath divided to the base
which seems to clasp tho stem; or, rather,
through which the stem appears to pass.
The artificial grasses are mostly legu
minous plants with a few stems which
are cultivated and used like the grasses,
although they do not properly belong to
that family. The clovers of all the va
rieties, the alfalfa, etc., belong to this
In general, grasses ought to be cut not
long after the time of llowering, for al
though there is a great deal of nourishment
in the ripe seed, it is hardly enough to
make up for the loss in the stalks and
leaves, which are most valuable before the
soluble materials, such as starch, gum and
sugar, are gradually changed into woody
The injury often done to the germ of
the seed corn comes from contact with
manure applied at planting time. De
composed stable manure or well rotted
compost will not generally do harm. Cot
ton seed meal seems to be very hurtful to
small seeds, as we have learned at some
cost in our gardening operations. In ap
plying all concentrated manures, it is
generally best to drop a little on each side
of the seed corn as planted, not nearer
than two or three inches. We prefer al
ways to apply, at least, some portion of
the fertilizer at the time of depositing the
seed corn, and very close at hand, so that
the young plant may be supplied at once
with nutritious and soluble food, and
pushed into vigorous growth from the
very beginning. Southern Cultivator.
A New French Canna.
Among new thing? in the floral line is
"Gen. Boulanger," a French canna.
GEN. BOULANGZR CANNA.
This new canna is pronounced by Peter
Henderson as being the most distinct and
beautiful of all the recent French vari
eties. Like most of this class it is dwarf,
rarely exceeding four feet in height, but
in profusion of bloom is said to be quite
remarkable. Tho flowers resemble orchids ;
the general color is canary yellow, mottled
and streaked with crimson and scarlet.
Facts Worth Knowing.
President Parker Earle's annual address
before the American Horticultural society,
at its last meeting, will be mailed to any
address by all who send two cents in
stamps for postage to the secretary, W.
H. Ragan, Greencastle, Ind.
The Art Amateur makes the announce
ment to all lovers of flowers that "E. E.
Sterns, botanist, 23 Union square, New
York city, offers to name, without charge,
plants in flower and ferns. Small plants
entire, and pieces about one foot long of
the larger ones, may be snugly folded in
soft paper and sent by mail at a slight
The observance, of "Arbor day" is be
coming popular. It is a good thing and
ought to be encouraged.
Tho National exposition opens in Au
gusta, Ga., Oct. 10, and closes Nov. 3.
Circulars can be obtained on written ap
plication to the secretary, Dr. J. H. Alex
ander. It is told that President Head, of tho
International Range association, and
othei"s of the cattle trust, have made a
contract with the French government to
supply the French army with 150,000 cattle i
;VjaUj&UA Y, AritIL 20,
' Begg's Cherry Cough Syrup.
Is warranted for all that the label rails
tor, bo if it docs not relieve your cough
you can call at our store and the money
will be refunded to you. It acts simul
taneously on all part of tho system,
i hereby leaving no bad results. O. P.
Smith & Co., Druggists. j23-3md&w
Di. Schliemann has gone to Alexand
ria witli Professor Virchew, and will
xpend several mouths in Egypt making
The modes of death's approach are va
rious, and statistics show conclusively
that more persons die from disease of the
throat and lungs than any othur. It is
probable that everyone, without excep
tion, receives vast numbers of TubercU
Germs into the system aad where these
germs fall upon suitable sod they start
into life and develop, at first slowly and
is shown by a slight tickling sensation in
the throat and if allowed to continue their
ravages they extend to the lungs produc
ing Consumption and to the head, caus
ing Catarrh. Now all this is dangerous
and if allowed to continue will in time
cause death. At the onset you must act
with promptness; allowing a cold to go
without attention is dangerous and may
loose you your life. As soon us you feel
that something is wrong with your throat,
lungs or nostrils, obtain a bottle of Bos
shee's German Syrup. It will giye you
An observant metropolitan barber says
that he can tell one's physical condition
by the state of the hair!
Begg's Cherry Cough Syrup.
Is the only medicine that acts directly
on the Lungs, Blood and Bowels, i re
lieves a cough instantly and in time
"ffects a permanent cure. Sold by O. I.
Smith & Co., druggists. j25,3mo,d w.
A Surgeon's Skill.
North Bcnd, Neb., April 19. Dr. A.
P. Elwood, of this place, performed
quite a scientific and delicate piece of
surgery this afternoon by removing a
grain of corn from the bronchial tube of
a three-year-old child of a farmer named
Mc Daniels. When the doctor took
charged of his patient, to all appearances,
the child was lifeless, its breath having
stopped. Quickly cutting open the
child's windpipe, the surgeon soon suc
ceeded in withdrawing the kernel and at
present there is no doubt but that the
child will recoyer.
Begg's Blocd Purifier and Blood
No remedy in the world has gained
the popularity that this medicine has, as
r. hold on family medicine. No one
should be without it. .It has no calomel
( i quinine in its composition, consequent
ly no bad effects can arise from it. We
keep a full supply at all times. O. P.
Smith Co. Druggist. j2o-3mod&w
A Bit of Mob L w.
Strang, Neb., April 20. Strang was
the scene of a mob Wednesday night. A
partv claiming to have a mortgage on a
stock of drugs took peaceable posses
sion of the same while the druggist was
out. About 8 o'clock p. m., a mob of
citizens broke the back and inside doors
down and took forcible possession of the
premises. The party in possession offer
ed no resistance. There are varions ex
pressions of opinion concerning the out
look of the thing. The goods were to
have been sold at public auction today.
The sale will be apt to have a postpone
ment for other complicated business.
People with thin heads of hair should
use Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Re
newer to make the hair grow out thick,
healthy and strong.
An ambassador is an honest man sent
to lie abroad lor the commonwealth. Sir
Increase the appetite by the use of
Ayer's Cathartie Pills. They cause the
stomach, liver, and bowels to perform
their functions properly, do not debili
tate, by excessive stimulation, and are
not irritating in their action. As an after-dinner
Pill they are uuequaled.
M B. Murphy & Co. pays cash for
To Whom It May Concrn.
Notice s hereby civen tliat the undere'end
will make application to the cily eouncil of
Plattsmoui ta at itu Cret regular meeting la
April 168R. to wit: On the th dy of said
month for a license rr permit to eell malt, pir
itous and vinous liquoi a for the year ending
May 1st 1889 for medicinal, mechanical, cliem
icnl and sacramental urposes at my place of
business on est l ef lot 11 block ?8 city
tiattsmo'tth, Casi Couuty, state Nebraska.
2n3 Will J. Warrick..
A perfectly sound body and a mind
unimpaired are possible only with pure
blood. Leading medical authorities in
dorse Ayer's Saraprilla as the best blood
purifying medicine in ixistence. It vast
ly increases the working and productive
powers of both hand and brain.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
When Bij- vraa sick, we fcraTe hex Ctoria, j
When she was & Child, she cried for Castorie,
When she became alias, she clung to Castoria,
When she tiid Children, she save tiera Caaori -
DrunknnMortha Liquor Habit .
lively Cured by Administering
Dr. Hatinea' Golden
It can be given in a cup of coffee or
tea without the knowledge of the person
taking it; is absolutely barn ilea and will
effect a permanent and speedy cure,
whether die patient is a moderate drink
er or an alcoholic wreck. Thousands of
drunkards hare been made temperate
men who havo taken Golden Specific in
their coffeo without their knowledge, and
to-day belisve they quit drinking of tluir
own free will. IT NEVER FAILS. The
system once impregnated with the Speci
fic it become an utter impossibility for
the liquor appetite ta exist. For full
particulars, address GOI.DEN SPECIFIC
CO., 185 Rac St., Cincinnati, O. 33-1 y
Tho "White Caps" Again.
Louisaille, Ky.. April 20. Riley
Whitten and Enoch Lewallen, with a
baud of white caps, went to the nouse of
Richard Merritt, in New Albany, last
evening, and drove Merritt across the
river to Louisville, abused his wife, and
beat severely a stranger who happened to
State of Ohio, City of Toledo, I
IiUcas county, ss.
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is
the senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business in the city
Toledo, County and state aforesaid, and
that said firm will pay the sum of ONE
HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and
eyery case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by the use of Hall's Cataiuui
Curk. FR A N K J. CI I EN E Y.
Sworn to before me and subscriber! in
my presence, this Gth day of December,
A. D. '80. A. W. GLEASON,
(Seal) Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken ii ternally
and acts directly upon the blood and
mucus surfaces of the system. Send for
testimonials, frte. F. J. Cheney & Co.,
C3fSold by Drungists, 75 cents.
The Dying Emperor.
Behlin, April 20. Midnight The
emperor's condition is somewhat more
favorable. His fever is lower end his
respiration easier. The emperor did not
leaye his bed today, and accounts cur
rent of his feelings are distressing. He
perseveres m transacting business, and
does not cease writing.
Itch, Prairie Mange, ,nd Scratches of
every kind cured in 30 minutes by Wool
ford's Sanitary Lotion. A sure cure and
perfectly harmless. Warranted by F G
Fricke & Co. druggist, Plattsmouth
Kicked by Vicious Horse.
Brownvillk, Neb., April 20. Howard
McLaughlin, a young man of this place,
wa kicked in the head by a vicious
horse last evening and now lies in a criti
cal condition at his home. Latest ad
vices say his skull is fractured and the
injury more seriou3 than was at first sup
posed. Dr. Stewart, however, thinks it
will not prove fatal.
English Spavin Liniment removes all
Hard, Soft or Calloused lumps and
Blemishes from horses. Blood Spavin,
Curbs. Splints, Sweeney, Stifles. Sprains,
Pink Eye, Coughs and, etc. Save $50
by use of one bottle. Every bottle war
ranted by F. G. Fricke & Co.,
Druggists, Plattsmouth, Neb.
Gone to Work on the Elkhorn.
Fremont, Neb., April 20.-- John Roche
left here for Glenrock. Wyo., with three
pile drivers and sixty men for the pur
pose of putting in the bridges on the ex
tension of the Fremont, Elkhorn & Mis
souri Valley road from Clenrock to Fort
Casper. This line covering a distance of
thirty-five miles, was graded last year,
and as soon as the baidges are in McDon
ald & Penfield, of this city will begin to
lay the iron, and the road will be opened
and trains running as soon thereafter as
The Verdict Unanimous
W. D. Suit, Druggist, Bippus, Ind.,
testifies: "I can recommend Eleciric Bit
ters as the very best remedy. Every bot
tle sold has given relief in every case.
One man took six bottles, and was cur. d
of rheumatism of 10 years standing."
Abraham Hare, drugit, Bell vile, Ohio,
affirms: "The best selling medicine I
haye ever handled in my 20 years' xper
lence, is Electric Bitters." Thousands of
others have added their testimony, so
that the verdict is unanimous that Elec
tric Bitters do cure all diseases of the
'Liver, Kidneys or Blood, Only a half
dollar a bottle at F. G. Fricke fc Co.'s
drug store. 2
Junius N. Black has been appointed
ganger, U. S. Internal Revenue. He will
receive his commission about May 5,
when he will procsed to Omaha to com-
mence his duties.
A Woman's Discovery.
"Another wonderful discovery has
been made and that too by a woman in
this country. Disease fastened its clutches
upon her and for 6even years she with
stood i a severest tests, but her vital or
gans w-re undermined and death seemed
imminent For three months she cough
ed incessantly, and could not sleep. She
bought of us a bottle of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption and was so
much relieved on taking first dose that
6he slept all night, and with ene bottle
has been miraculously cured. Her name
is Mrs. Luther Lutz." Thus write W. C.
Ilamrick & Co., of Shelby. N- C Get a
free tiid bottle at F. G. Fricke & Co.'s
Drug Store. 2
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r i i,.y nothiiij? hut curm.
i hat's thi! wen t of its suree.tM.
Years f trial havo proved it to bo
a quick, "", ure cura.
Concord. N. 1! H.-pt. S. 1W
In my own family AtliliiliorM wim ul
a a lu-t n ort, tho uwr liaNliiK Mullcnt
from rli'iiiiia'J ni for )mm ami ti.ivliiK'
htfli treuli'it tor till" diM'UKM l.y clilT.m-ijl
livslcl.niM in ILiIh Htut.i alhl Muhkiu'Iiii.
i"-ltn without evn Ifiiiiximry r.Jif.
I'lHiii my nxKiiiiiiiciiilntioii H'irHir
Ii.ivm lined thii rciiMxly with tlm wiiiia
rorfiillH dunned for it !. II. Wiiaon.
Dubuque, Iown Jan. S, IMm.
AtliloplioroH Iiuh ooinpMi.y -tirel nio of
rt'TvoiiM bi'fol.'ic'liK, mid 1 li-d Uiunkf ul for
all the kixmI it Ii.ih (it. in- inr.
Mnt. J.ol ihk OlIRIiar.
J-Scnd f eenta for tlx lienntiful colored pic
ture, " Moorish Miiideu."
THE ATHL0PH0R0S CO. 112 Wall St. N.Y.
v Growers Hands.
11 Will send upon application
FARM & GARDEN IMPLEMENTS
6 REQUISITE Foil THE
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CURLS WHtHE ALL ELSE f AILS.
Oout;a Syrup. 1 astos rixmI.
in time. Sold by drorsriHta.
I believe Piso's Cure
for Consumption saved
my life. A. II. Dowell,
Editor Enquirer, Eden
ton, N. C, April 23, 1887.
The best Cough Medi
cine is Piso's Cure for
take it without objection.
By all druggists. 2-xr.
Ta.-t pood. Use
Use PARKER'S CSHCER TONIC withowt deLay.
A rar nsa:cmaA roii.;,cu.U'J iua cu . v. hn mA ftftmL.
acured the v- orst f Couh. k Lurjtr. AitbirA,
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Ptope ail pain. Ernures com furl to tSe w u Hevtr tulm
to cure. Xi cent at irueuu. y.c V & Co., i. V.
He is idle thnt might be better imploy
ed. Dyspepsia is never idle its tortures
never cense. Better employ Warner's
Lou Cabin Hops and Iluchu Ii'-medy, put
the stomach in healthy action, and ?e
fitted to continue your regular employ
ment. An Albany reporter writes of "a quiet
bnt effective wedtlinc:."
Fren a ctir may bark at his own gate.
We w ill pay the above reward for any
case of liver complaint, dyspepsia, f-ick
headache, indigestion, constipation or
costiveness we cannot cure with
West's Vegetable Li ver Pills, when the
directions are strictly complied, with.
They are purely vegetable, imd never
fail to give satisfaction. Large hoses
containing 30 sugar couted pills, .jc.
For sale by all druggists. Beware of
counterfeits and imitations. The genu
ine manufactured only bv John O. Well
& Co., 882 W. Madison St. Chicago, Its
Sold byW. .J Warrick.
IA H H K U
V.PR5NCESS TEA3 X
j)tX Include choice brands, ln- . & M
kwfetv Un of alHn 1 lb. and Ib.V
'ymlS. Ch'nesa Tea Chests!
rS4 CUHES WHtfit ALL
BestCoush Syrup. '
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