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THE DAILY HERALD : PLATTSMOUTH, NE131CASKA, WEDNES DAY, JUNE 20. 1880.
Tne Evening Herald.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY.
Dr. A. KulKliary ha exHut.le rlitht lo w
Dr. Melnau'ft l-orl Ann-ithrtic for the I'ulnlehM
Kxtractlun oflvcth in tliU rlljr. Office Korknood
Dr. Wither. Peiitlut, I'nlon Itliirk.
People still make suggestions about
Chas. Dabb has opened a job print
shop in the Fitzgerald block.
The Plattsmouth gun club inciting
was broken up lust night by the storm.
g The commissioners ami county treas
urer arc making the annual settlement.
According to the number of lawyers
in Plattsmouth her population is lt,753.
License to wed was today granted to
Chas. Sterner and Miss Ilulda A. Peter-
Dr. A. Shipuian ispreparpingto move
into the rooms on Main an Fourth streets
formerly occupied by the Y. C. A.
OnJulV 4 ill a lall iramc will oe
played at the park between Plattsmouth
and West Omaha, or the U. P. shop team
Plattsmouth c:.n boast of her elevat
ed railroad before lonr. The credulous
are inyilcd to visit the trcssel work on
Regular meeting of tho W. C. T. U.
Thursday afternoon, at three o'clock, at
the residence of Mrs. S. A. D.ivis, on
Lnst night W. J. I lesser shipped to
Peyckc IJros., of Omaha, thirity-one
crates of raspberries. It was a pretty
ood day's ")ick."
As summer advances it still con
tinues to be a notable feature of the Star
Citv, that new houses and many improve
ments are under way.
Posters are up announcing a grand
Fourth of July celebration at Morrow's
grove, seven miles south of this city and
one mile cast of Murry. J. A. Davies
nnil Mt. f!eriii' will be the orators of
f!.irlod after carload of stme
machinery and building niaterid aniyet
in Plattsmouth this year against wagon
loads of former years. The next asses
sor's valuation of Plattsmouth will put
her up in the millions.
A nice cottage, small but after ih
plan, of a. large and costly residence, is
being erected notrh of tho electric lamp
factory buI.Ming, as the property of John
Herman, a shop carpenter. A cupola
with winding stair adorns one earner.
The advance man with part of the
sccn'ry for "One of the I.ravest" arrive
this morning and is getting the scenery
in place for tomorrow night, the Lsl-iucc
of scenery will be here tomorrow morning
Those who miss seeing this play tomor
row night will miss a performance per
haps never to be seen again in our city
Two more members have been admit
t'd to the Cass county bar Messers Tom
Walling, who is in the law oili e o
Ilyron Clark, and E. G. Vanatta, who
studies with his father. The examina
tion was held last night, attorneys, Clark
Sullivan, Davies, Ramsey and Uoot bcinir
the committee. The applicants stood
the examination creditably.
Tonight an assembly of representa
tives of the boards of trade of the fctate,
convenes at the Chamber of Commerce
in Omaha. The meeting is called to take
under consideration what will be to the
interest of the state commercially and
adopt plans to advertise this state and
induce immigration. The committee to
represent Plattsmout are Messers Ii. 15.
Windham, F. E. White, O. II. lJillou. I,
A. Campbell and C. W. Sherman.
Our citizens will please remember,
that tho production of "One of the
Bravest." next Thursday night is not the
first performance of this great play, for
t was played all over tho country at the
large cities in week stands only last year
and the company is now on their route to
California, and Plattsmouth is lucky to
get them to stop here. It was through
Manager Young's efforts and considerable
correspondence with M. 15. Leavitt that
they were secured, and they should be
greets J with a full hou?, no advance in
Tha Cricket Club.
The way the cricket club is succedding
is liable to again illustrate that nothing
succeeds like success. Tonight the com
mittee on rules meets and will report at
the club meeting tomorrow night at the
office of Billou & Browne. Till follow
ing outfit has been ordered, to cost about
$50: 2 pairs wicket cap gloves; 2 pairs
leg guards; 1 set of stumps, brass capped;
2 bats double cane; 2', bats of cane; 2
Duke s balls; 2 J & Co's balls; 1 rule
book, and 1 score book. All those who
desire to associate theniidlvja with the
club as members are requested to meet
at the office of Bdlou & Browne tomor
Dr. Parsell. of Omaha, will visit Platts
mouth every Friday. Rooms at the Rid
dle Hotel, office hours from 4 p. m. to
p. m. Chronic cases and diseases of
women a specialty. J14 d& w lm
The Work That is Being Done Ex
tensive and Substantial.
Track being Laida High Tressel Work-
A Creat Work being Erected-
An investigation of the operations now
proceeding to the erection of the electric
lamp factory, the electric street motor
and electric light system will reveal some
what of the magnitude of the enterprises,
and the fact that these are all undertaken
and started at the same time necessitates
a great deal of managing and labor.
Contractors Jones and Fitzgerald are
building the track for the motor line, and
doing a great deal of grading on west
Oak street winch is nrst necessary, ine
tpick is mostly complete from the power
building on Oak street and Mercer aye
nue to Elm and Eighth streets. A pass
ing switch is being constructed on Elm
between 11th and 12th streets and "Y"
switches will also be built at the termini
on Mercer and Lincoln avenues and
Main and Oak streets. On Elm between
Sixth and Seventh streets a high tressel
work has been built over the ravine.
The ties and rails are all at hand to com
plete the track. "T" rails being used
except on Main street where the Hat rails
will be used.. The Western Engineering
Co., haying the contract for planting the
Sprajjue electric system, have the poles
and some material at hand and soon they
are expected to have a force of men at
At the factory and power buildings
the masonry work on the outside walls
'a nearly completed, and carpenters are
doing their portion of the work and the
floor and overhead rafters are now being
laid. The west end of the buildin
(first floor) will be occupied as the boiler
room and coal bin and east of this room
will be the engines and electric dynamos,
two for lighting and. two for railway
motor and four for factory power. Ou
the west side of the building will be
erected a smoke chimney sixty feet high
on which will be placed a 4,000 cable
The foundation trenches have been
dug for the boilers and they
are on the cars side tracked in
the yards. The machinery thus far re
ceived Is the water heaters, engines and
boilers, which are powerful iUii heavy
pieces of machinery. Much other ma
chinery is expected daily, bills haying
been received for all of it.
When th? motor, light and factory
machinery and mie;i.';l is all placed the
greatest plant of the kind v. ili Us work
ing in the state.
Saw the Town-
Yestterday Uec-pn The Herald
scribe wanted to see the town, ad as the
electric motor cars were not yet in opera
tion, took the Dcs-t best way and secured
a horso and cart The road were not
muddy neither were the bills tiimsually
steep, but the bumps all seemed to be at
home and the steed was an old timer and
could strike everv one of them. After
traversing & few miles in an indescribable
course, the scriLe kafiyd on that beauti
ful knoll west of the city, vfiee .Lat be
coming structure the Second Presbyteri
an church. is being erected, and there
aUq is the contemplated end of the elec
tric motor, and it also proved to be the
cud of his ride. This mellow Nebraska
soil that we like to talk read about
was being worked in the road wiijj ihe
plow and scraper. The approach from
the kaoll was steep, the furrow deep and
the horse in entering the road got in a
hurry, the cart got sidewise aud then it
got edgewise iud the scribe got out
dumped out. A lope, a run, aud a tare,
the horse and cart sped away aacl as .the
scribe, crushed to earth, rose again, hi2
felt that the horse had played a trick on
him. Ahead, men, horses, plows and
aerapers cleared the way and were side
tracked with an alacrity that would have
done credit to thess escaping from the
Conemaugh flood. Then came the beau
tiful groye at the electric power house;
here the managers were basking in the
breezes: They heard, they saw, they
searched a place of safety. Horse, cart
and harness came in the grove, cut a
spread-eagle and went out of the grove
together, and everybody said they neve
saw the like. Then there was another
body of graders; they realized something
passed through the cut. Following
down the hill. 'the fleeing object continu
ed with the full riht of way. The cart
here became discourage J aud came loose.
It had missed a golden opportunity in
the grove t get smashed, and let go,
either because there were no small bovs
ahead to run over or else it was ashamed
to go to town in such good condition.
The guard around the seat was gone, the
ends of the single tree were broken and
a shaft was cracked. The horse continu
ed on to its home with part of the har
ness, which had proportionate luck with
The scribe had seen the towu. r at
least all he expects to see for sometime,
for after his conyeyance vanished, over
the hill top oral coming along he found
a strap here, a rod yonder and the cart
there, he felt a weakness inahia purse that
made the linings draw close together.
Consoling friends said it was luck that
anything remained, .but they exagerated
the facts and the right parties deserving
credit for g od harness and stout vehicles.
Louis Foltz is in the city.
Miss Lily Wood was a visitor in Lin
W. H. Baker was a fishing party to
South Bend today.
Joshua Linn and Joseph Austin were
up from Union today.
Geo. II. Ilolton, editor of the Green
wood Gazette, was in the city yesterday.
Miss Mary Baird, daughter of Uey. J
T. Baird, left last night for Lincoln, on
Prof. Geo. It. Chatburn left this morn
ing for Harlan, Iowa, t visit several
weeks at his old home.
Last evening M. Morressey and bride,
nee Miss Sampson, took the train for
Lincoln, which place will be their future
The family of S. Wautrh left this
morning for the Crete Chautauqua
grounds, where they will enjoy the rustic
life afforded so pleasantly.
Dr. A. Oppermann, of Auburn, uncle of
E. L. Oppermann of this city, and who
13 extensively interested in the eleetric
lamp factory, was in the city today.
Mrs. J. Overlauder, who has been mak
ing a month's visit at McCook, returned
this morning, accompanied by her son
and daughter, who will make a brief
. You can select from twenty-five dif
ferent flayors for your Ice Cold Cieam
Soda Water aed Milk Shake, at J. P.
Young's, also the popular New Oilcans
Mead, at orvy 5c a glass.
Some one ask W. S. Slade "if he ever
E. J. Witte. of Omaha, was in our
Nick Trook and family retuined from
Orcgan last Friday.
Union will celebrate this coming Fourtl
All are invited to attend,
C. L. Graves and family visited rela
tives in Rock Bluffs last week
Mr. J. P. Becker is in Nebraska City
Success to him in his new work.
Mr. Jordan, of Mebraska City, visited
Mr-A. Smith, of this place, Sunday.
Our new school house is under good
headway and will be completed in due
J. A. Lath, a gentleman traveling for
the fji;;aba Republican, was in town last
There will be a raspberry festival next
Friday evening at the residence of T. D.
BucJ;. All are invited to attend.
Mrs. L. J. Majiluld returned home
from Greenwood Monday, vhoreue has
been visiting relatives for the past week.
Prof, $. A., button, of Ashland, and
Piof. A. L. Timblin, pf &outh peed,
were in town last week" Oil business with
our school board.
Mr. J. Qordan, a colored man of Ne
bniska City was in town Thursday,
soiiciiiug f cr money to build a new M.
g. churph in life c'uy for (ihe colored
The Ledger base ball club gaye a sup
per last week at the Graves, hall, consist
ing of raspberries, ice cream and cake.
Aff er aqpper there was a very nice cake
roted to Q) ye J?ose; the votes sell
ing at ftye cents a piece jsade the ake
bring three dollars and jtetity-fiy.e
If you have the bronchitis, you often are
Your tlf font's raw and smartiug ; you're hack
in p, of cou. ee ,
Aud if you're not careful, h Jrst thing you
You're lungs are attacked, and diseas (ay;
By using Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery, bronchial affections and all
kindred complaints can be cured, but if
neglected, they often terminate in con
A Comfortable Home
i3 one where a man that is weary can rest
himself upon a neat&ofa, if he js hungry
he cau go to the cupboard or safe and
get somthing to eat, if he is thirsty he
can draw a glass of cold water from the
refrigerator, if he has company he c n
show them into a neatly furnished parlor
and give them an elegantlv arranged
spare room, if the wife lias sewing she
can rest comfortably ;n a low rocking
chair, in going out to call a fine dresser
is at hand to arrange the appearance be
fore and there is always a hat rack in the
hill to keep personal property on and a
jar to receive the wet umbrella. Be
comfortable and happy and furnish your
house from the Furniture Emporium of
Dr. Parsell, at the Riddle House, 4 to
( p. in. every Friday. Jl4 d & w liu
House and lot on Ritchie place for sale
on easy payments; enquire at Johsson
Bros. Hardware store. tf
Dr. Parsell, of Omaha, will visit Plaits
mouth every Friday. Rooms at the Rid
dle hotel, ollice houis from 4 p. m. to G
p. m. Chronic cases and diseases of
women a specialty, J14 d & w lm
To amend Section Number One of an ordinance
entitled : "An Urdlnauce providing lor levy
ing a liusiuen or occupation tax upon certain
oeeu pat ions and pereonH engaged therein
within the corporate limit I flattntnoutli
lie. it ordained the ilauor aiul Council of
the City of I'latUiiunUh:
r mar 1 iiat nectiou NmnDer l oi on nrui-
nance entitled "An ordinance for providing
(or levying a business or occupation tax upon
certain oceupatioiet and persons eugagd there
in witiiiu the corporate limits oi I'iattsrnonwi
City" passed aud approved ., unu 16, 1886. be
Hiuenued and made to read as follows :
Ski;. 1. There it) hereby levied upon tha
following occupations aud persons engaged
therein within the corporate. limit of the City
of l'lattsmouth a special business tax or occu
pation tax, as lollows :
transient auctioneers miau pay per aay lor
each day actually engaged in selling or crying
at auction sales witnia said City an occupation
tax of lio.oo.
Hawkers and peddlers of goods, wares and
merchandise. Jewelry aul patent mediciuea.
for each day while so engaged. $10.00.
Travelling physicians who advertise & such
or who vend, sell or give away any mediciuea,
drugs or appliances, and who treat upon medi
cal or Hiirgical cases, per day, 910. 00,
' Tranateiit dentists per day, $10.00.
Each dollar store, concert or exhibition
owned, co trolled and operated as a branch,
biiKiness or occupation, per day, $5.00.
Every person exhibiting any game upon the
streets (not prohibited by law) per day. f 10-00.
Peddlers, canvassers and agents for transient
merchants who sell to the general public by
sample or otherwise any goods, wares or mer
chandise (except drummers and travelling
salesmen who sell to eftabliphed merchants
and dealers) for each day while engaged in
neihlling, canvassing or selling, the sum of
nanuicHt book aud tree peddler or agents
per day. Sl.OO.
Patent right peddlers, per pay, Sfl.00.
Transient sewing inachiue canvuer aud
peddlera, per day, 12.00.
Transient insurance agents engaged in can
vassing for companies not having a regular and
permanent agency ia the city, $2.0).
Tran-lent photograph artists and canvassers
for photographs and pictures, per day, $5.00.
Second '1 hat eia Section 1 of "An ordi
nance providing for levying abnsiness or occu
pation tax upon eertaiu occupations aud per
sons engaged therein within the corporate
limits of PlattsninutU City" be, aud the same
is hereby repealed.
Tm up This ordinance shall be In force and
take e licet from and after Its passage, approval
Passed and approved June 2-fth, A. D. J89.
Attest IL.8.J W. K. Fox, City Ulerli.
F. M. Kichkv, Mayor.
To amend Section No. 1 of an ordinance en
titled "An ordinance to establish and ex
tend the Are limits iu the City of Plattsmouth
Nebraska," and to repeal the original Sec
tion No. 1.
11 it ordained by the Mayor and Council of the
e n ' rumsmuuii, :
Sec, 1. That Section No. 1 of an ordinance
of the City of PlHttsmoutu entitled "at orui-
nau e to establish aud extend the ore limits in
the City of l'lattsmouth, Nebraska," be, and it
is hereby amended and made to read as loi
Sice. 1. That all pf that part of t)ie City of
riatisinoutu as surveyed, pintle!! ana recorded
and included within the following description.
vz: Ail iois and blocks lying between t'eiri
and Vine streets aud eaet of Seventh street and
containing blocks 27. 23, 2'J. 30. 01. 32. 33. 31, 35,
and 30. and all subdivisions tnercol be, and
th;-v are hereby declared to constitute the lire
limits of the eaid citT.and it is hereby declared
to be unlawful to erect any building thf rein, or
to remove any uuuuiiij; now siaioiiug mere n
from o:;e portion thereof to another, without
lirst obtaining the permission intra the proper
authorities and as ma ' be heve uWter pro
vided. ' 1 - "
Sue. 2. That said original Section No. 1 Id
and the same is hereby repealed. "
Sec. 3 This ordinance shall be in force rnd
take effect frop) and aftei its passage, appro
val an i iitiblicutioo,
Passed and approved this 2lth day of June.
A. U l8i.
Attest i.. s.l F. M. Kiciiky, Major.
W. K. Fox, City Clerk. ,
Regulating the employment of labor by the
City of l'lattsmouth and coutractors doing
wo; k for if.
Be it Orddinfd hf itp Mjyor and Cl.'y Cotm
cil ofjfre City of Plittlsmouth. .
ski j. l. T hat it) a) contracts hereaftar let by
the Citv of l'lattsmouth or in any department
thereof for the uoustruotion of any public
building or works of internal improvement
therein, of whatsoever nature or description,
weich work involves the employment of labor
there f hall be a .stipulation or covenant en
forced iu said contract that. "That there shall
not be employed in the execution of.s tid work
under said contract any laborer, artezan or
mecttauic ll.at is known and commonly desig
nated as Imported ct,n;ract labor.
Seo 2. That for eVcry importer contract
laborer found in the employment of 'such con
tractor, he or they shall forfeit to the City on
such contract the sum of Five Dollars per day
for every day that such person shall be em
ployed i.s aforesaid, which forfeiture shall be
provided io.-l- unb contract and shall author
ize such City to ireduc said forfeiture
from the contract price as liquidated damages.
Sec. S- That jt shall be 'the duty1 of the
board of public works to ascertain and require
satisfactory proOf that the 'laborers, mec'ha'n
Ics op arteians are not imported 'conrraft la
bor, and jf any Jijail bp fount! engaged jn said
work they sli::lj report, the' tut), be, ith the
time e.usli have worfced to the' Cjfy Council
with their approval of estimates upon such
Sko. 4 That it hall be the duty of the board
of public works to insert the said provisions of
this ordinance iu each contract they may here
after enter into.
Seo. 5. No eron shall Import or procure
j the r.;po: ta'ion of contract labor for the pur
pose dreni ploying. iLou ui,ou ny rorK con
tractedby tli-3 Cif?;" - .. .. ..
p ij. hkt 4"y contractoi found import
ing or prOuWn.g the impojrtatiHn of" yhat is
commonlv known aud dagnatra as contract
labor in violation of this ordinance, thai! tie
guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction
shall be fined pot less than five nor more tnan
$100.00. and In default of payment shall be
confined in the county Jail.
Sec. 7. This ordinance sha'l be in force and
take etfet fro?" and after its passage, appro-it1-ana
Passed ami' approved ttis 2itii d -y of J .the
4. p. )m: ' " . ;
' Aifeit- fh.s F.Hf. RijCHEy, Jlay cr
I have a few more Pattern Hats and
Bonnets left which I am selling at greatly
d-Isr Mns. J. F. Johnson.
Notice to Contractor.
Sealed bids will be received until noon on
Saturday, .July 6. 189, at the office of the Board
of Public works for tilling the hides or sinks
along the line of the old creek, as follows :
Lot No. lo, I; lock 32, about 121G cub yds
Lot No. 12. J 1 ck 33. about 115 cub yds
Lot No. 9, Block XI, about llio cub yds
Lot No. 8. Block :3, about 9 ocub yds
Lots No. 7 and 8. Block 34. about 580 cub yds
Lot No. C. Block 34, about 250 cub yds
The earth to be taken from such street or
streets as the Board of Pub'ic works may direct.
Contract to be Jet to the lowest bidder; work
to be completed within twenty days fi'Om " tfi
letting of the contract! The right to reject any
or all bios reserved ; Bids will bo opened at a
o'clock p. iu. on said Cih dav of July.
d I8t J. W. Joiixson.
Ch'r'm Board of Tublic Works.
June 15, 1S39.
MANUFACTURER OF AND
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
. DEALER Iil THK
Choicest Brands of Cigars,
Flor de Pepperbergo' and 'Buds
FULL LINK OF
TOBACCO AND SMOKERS' ARTICLES
aiways in stock. Nov. 26, 1885.'
(Comiuefiiciiig: today we begin
tlie (Krcimlesl Clearing- Sale
ever inaugurated liere. W
will insert t he kniie in every tie
partment we are overstocked
OUIt ENTIRE LINE OF
At 20 Per Cent. Discount.
LACE AND EMBROIDERY FLODNCINGS.
$ 75 for 41-iueh Swiss I'louncings worth . . .S wo
1 00 for 4 1-Inch llemistiehed Klouucings. . 1 -'5
1 20 for 44 " ' woith.. 1 50
125 for 44 " Swiss FlounciiiKs " 1 ffl
1 6a for H ' V 2 pO
1 75 for H " ' '! ?
U0 for 27 " Missos Flouncing " 76
70 for 27 " " K5
75tor7 " 'J " 9i
1 43 lor S7 m ' " 1 73
1 60 for it " ' " y Go
1 00 for Mack Snanlvh Lace Flouncing wth 1 25
1 40 for Black Drapery Net " 1 W
t 45 Tor Bl'k Span. Guipure Flouncing " 175
2 50 tor Ulack Cautilly Lace " " 3 50
0 IT.R CENT. DISCOUNT
ON OUR ENTIRE LINE of
Qxio Door Eact First ITat. Bank,
Three Reasons Why We
are Selling so Cheap,
IFirst reiusou is because we
aye gelling? strictly for CASM.
ecid reason? oxir ifticEit&i
is to go to IPtiefolo, and t&e
goods must be sofid at a sacri
lice to save exnense of moving,
hird BBeasbn; our expenses
are smnll9 and l9w pp?$eg will
At the rate our goods are selling it will tike only CO d.iy.s more
.md we will be oft for Pueblo. Consult your own interest
ksTAMONG OUH MANY BARGAINS IS OUR LADIES' II AND TL'RNFD
SAOES THAT OUGHT NOT TO BE OVERLOOKED. '
W- A- BOECK & C
Dr. C- A. Marshall.
Preservation of the Natural Teeth a
Specially. Auesthctics given for Pain
less Filling or Extraction ok Teeth.
Artificial teeth made on Gold, Silver,
Rubber or Celluloid Plates, and inserted
as soon as teeth are extracted when de
All work warranted. Prices reasonable,
Fitzgerald's Block Plattsmouth. Nib
Or the Liquor Habit, Positively Cure
IT A09C1HISTEBINQ DR. HAWS' I01DER SPECINC.
It can b given in a cup ol coflea or tea. er in ar
ticls of taod. without the knowledge of the per
on taking it; it is absolutely hariuleaa and M ill
effect a permanent and upeedy cure, whether
the patientis a moderate drlnkeroran alcoholic
wreca. it NEVER FAIL8. We GUARANTEE
a complete cure ia every I nstance. ia page book
i, Aaareuin connaencr.
H SPECIFIC CO-1 U Ract St, Cincinnati, a
OUH ENTIRE LINE OF
PARASOLS AND SUN UMBRELLAS
At 20 Per Cent. Dincount.
special Bargains In Wet Webber Goods.
Odd and Ends of our Ladies' Cosiaineis, $ 7ft
worth up to $1.."1 each, reduced to 75
Suraey Silver Grey Gosnamer, worth oo
reduced to " 1 05
Newport Go'saMier. regular .2.25 quality,
reduced to : :. 75,
Kingston, with olccyef, woiih $2 50 re.-
duced to 2 00
Newmarket, regular S.t.oo goods, i educed to 2 M
Koval Fancy Striped, worth f 3 Oo re
uuced to 2 40
Daurer Fancy Stuped worth ta0, 10
duced to 2 40
(ienesta with Dolman sleeve, worth J.J. 00,
reduced to 2 40
lioHton Gioth Kll'ect, regular .?! 00 good,
reduced to 3 00
Nielson Novelty Gossamer, worth $1.50, now 4 50
Children' Gossamers at reduced prices.
20 PER CENT. DISCOUNT
OiS Oi.it EafTiitii Link of
Ladies1 Colr-rci aud Blact Silk Glows.
For run-down," dHlitated and ovrworke1
TuJteal D.r' Slerc' "avorit Prescription ia
Lv, 5Hi 2f U,retoratlve ton tea. It ia a pou-nfe
irpeciflp Tor all thoaeChronlo Weaknesaes ani
intfuum peculiar to VomiBDy a'powetful. aec-
f r' aa uterine, tonic and nervine, ti
Jmparta rfcor and etreng-th to the whole lysU rrZ
It prom ptl r curea weakneu of atomach, nausea, !
'"'u..n, LijBi.inv.weBK dick, nervous proe-r
. tration. debility and eleeplessness. In either cen
I l18 5re'u,y .compounded by an experienced
, Fhysiclan. and adapted to woman's delicata'k
harm i -n f,T"na..?lrlecu-r
I j vvu-'iiiifii ji IIIO PfBlfIIl.
tlon is the only medic(ni
lor women, sold l.v drutrtrixtK,
unurr poanive uar
"LV? . "atjafaction in every case, or price
(51.00) refunded. This jruarana-c has Wn
printed on the bottle-wrapper and faithfully
carried out for many yeara. t
For larjre. illustrated Trent!? on Dlcaaf of
Women (100 pairea. with full directionf) to
bPrae-ttea.tinont). aeua ten a-ati ta atamLa; "
Aauociawoit. m Main Sweet. BuHaia, N. Y.
In its treatment of rheumatism and all
rheumatic troubles IliLbard Ilheumatic
Sjrup stands first and foremoet alove all
others. Read their medical pamphlet,
and learn of tlie great medicin d valuo
of the remedies which enter into its com
position Sold by F. G. Ericke & Co,
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