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About Nebraska herald. (Plattsmouth, N.T. [Neb.]) 1865-1882 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 9, 1869)
WHITE & SPIRES,
Main St., Plattsmouth, Neb.,
One docr cast of tho Court House.
Dealers in Produce, Wines,
Our Stock consist of the best brand of
TEAS, COFFEES, SUGARS,
Canned and Dried Fruits,
OYSTERS, SARDINES, SPICES, FLOUR,
TO BA CCO, W.1SH- TUBS,
Backets, Soap. Salt,
BACON, HAMS, LARD,
and everything kept in a tJ merry ?tore. Every
arii'lf Hai ranted ut the bust quality. Thchigh
tt piioe paid in cash lor
Corn, Oats, Butter, Eggs,
BAGON, HAMS, LARD,
Mi-l all fciuJi of Fcrmors Produce.
Cash paid for Hides.
House moved, nnd Rood? sold by Auction on
the iiort-st notice, by F. S. WHITE.
rU'.uuuuth. July ."J. 1S09.
A GOOD CHANCE
I Oil A
Havine completed the platting find recording
nf my t 1i k k'si Addition to the City of Platts
lutiu'h. I ;'iu now prepared tu scil
in the Ad iition at reasonable rates. Term arc
i.iie bail cash down; the oilier half payable in
one year, at ten per rent, interest per aiiiium
from liato of purchase 11 1: t 1 paid. To be secured
by luorigac ou the property.
Donation to Churches.
I it ill five to the following I'd igiotis. denomi-
T:al..ii- iv :
I . the Hi.pti-t fhur.-li. lot IJ in Idoek 27 ;
In the '.trre.iti. inl Chan ii. lot 'Jn in block S;
To the M thudi.-t Church, lot 1 in block 1J;
To the 'atholie Church, lot ' in blwk Kl;
To the Kpi-e.p.il ihur.-ii. lot U in block 19:
1 . the l'i csbytoriaii Chun h. lot 1 in block 21:
I o the '!n i-;i.in Church lot 'Z in t.loek ." ;
J o the Lutheran Church lot I in block 1;
in in v A. lit ion to the City of Plitltxinoiith. upon
the following condition, viz: That they shall
erei t on -aid lot-, as abot c donated, a -uitahle
building for pu'die worship, within live year
lr.,m i 'n-t i'te : ati'l. in ease of failure on the
pa: o( - il.i t hiinh or hon-hes to eoinply with
:i oove condit ioti. : in n and in that cn'C the
i-jf. or lots shall revert t mo.
Donation to Public Schools.
I herehv .b.nate for the u-'e of Public District
-e!,ool.-. l..,t Id in liloek o. on the north side of
Main .rr.-et. and L l.i in !i!o k J"J. on the south
r:d.' of Main -licit, in my addition to the City
1 I'lattsuiontlt. !;. I)LKt.
5.CC0 Acres of Land for Sale
iii t'li 1'iHii.it. Al-o, lluucs and Lots in this
t . . :u io p. ii -. . ... ,
Canicular attention iriven to tne Iniyunr ana
liio -t r rr-tate.
e. e auiininir titles. :mi pay
c.-i leni.-. S. I1 kK.
inj i ic- :or c.vii-rc
Peal h-tate seiit.
Lot for Ten Dollars.
! will -ell to parti .I' -ir-OJ- "1' huil iiii-' and
,:'i.pt. ii:-r. :ii'.v .. ;'u- lot-iti the .-ahj.iin.'d li.-t
i'i i:iv utliti-ti t.) Pi .ttt.-iu-iui ii. at t-i. il-.ill.ir.'
t. r lot. nttder tile f .p.in-intf e-i'i litions. I.:
Ii;.. t fii p jr.'ia.itiu' will le re'i'wred t.
I nil i 0:1 It e lot niir-.-iia.-cd a dwclliiik: house of
t!u- i'-ol.o. ii,-' don. n-. .. w i:: l he hou-e
Im he ti-.t I. ' th :! i !JI ' t. itli t'.ry not
I'.ui r t in " t'-et. 1 !i'- iraitK" uia-t he f o I and
n-.-lantii': bo-j-e well shiiiT'.e.l: foundation
. Hi.er ,.i i.; if-U or rtoii. 1 hc.-e Ptut lo-a kit h
. t. ..t" to t le- tit :n lovll. Pnil. Ima iii'.i-t t,!.
. ..iiipieted on or hetore ..'anunry 1st. 1.'. . ill
i-'nc a h...i.i t.T deed to the party who hns as
"..,, ii n-t paivha-e i- inade.iind upon" coin ply hi'-'
it ti tae U"ve (-nidi' ions, will cive a ood and
s-.ilVi. i nl arrafij Pee.l.
Sel. . rioti- may bo made, from the aceoinpany-
i , ... i . i ...
L.-ts.. an I s in il.ck : i.-i in "iw
in l.l. k 1J: Lot '.' hi iiock i-: ;
i. . 1 . ,111 i,, i.l. k '! : Lot N 111
t.ioek Lot- '1 an I s In liloek Si: Lots ." and
ll'i,, l.'Tr. k Jo: Lot " in M.; k Lot- I.-. and IT
i i l.h.ek l.ots 4 an 17 in block i: Lot 2 in
,loek.. - P.M-KB.
Pl.itt-tnoi.th. Aiii.-.2Gtf. jt.i.-c i.. Cvrt House
J. M. IIIMHM.IX I CO.
.;Su-recors to J. M. IIi:ichman.)
Druggists & Apsthscaries.
PAINTS. OILS. DYES. NOTIONS.
PEKEl'MEUY, FANCY SOAPS.
PURE WINES AMD LIQUORS
IVr Michanienl and Medicinal purposes.
Keep constantly on hand a full and well assortcJ
f..' k of
PAT EXT HKBIIXS.
K vhiriiin!)' trcrnprittis rarrfully componrnl-
r My an e Ticnfoii lruirzi-t. Nunc hut the
represented. Call and sec.
Main Street, South Side.
;. j. kon:. r. w. riav. j. o. kosax.
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Flour, Grain Provisions, and
HIDES, WOOL, etc.,
Corner Pearl and Court Streets,
Council Biuff Iowa
'r . Tin in and Secoml St-,
' PLJt TTSAIO UTII A'EB
I'-r.r-K.tf Nf ks. Firpt National Rank, Cnn.'il
J;l iT-: Otiicer ,i 1'iiifv. H inker--. Council IiluriX
i ir-t National Kauk. Omaha: Oniaiia Nariun-il
P iiik. Omaha ; Uogers rf-Co., Chevennc ; lJntig-h-i';ri
.1- Barth'dttir. Ilryan: tlilbert .f" Field,
ttiwnro , P.arthol-ew, U-wiii i St. Louis, Mo.
S. B. white.
E. A. WIOGENITORN.
GREAT RUSH! LARGE CROWDS ! !
Everybody, and more too, are going to
E." A. W IGGENHOEN 8c Co.,
To buy their
NEW YORK STORE-
The target and most compUtt .
STOCK OF DRESS GOODS
Are now on exhibition at the New York Store, at greatly reduced prices. We call particular
attention to our new style of
CLARK'S NEW THREAD.
COTTON YARNS HOOTS AND SHOES
of all kinds and prices to suit our numerous ciutomers. A large stock of
HATS AND CAPS.
We havr. n hra stock of the celebrated GARDEN CITY GLIPPER
PLOW. STUBBLE "d BREAKING PLOWS, all kiud ..f
Platfemouili April '22i. 1869.
Qae door west of
A LA ROE
Dry Goods, Groceries, CSothing,
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID
Kinds of Country Produce.
T'l.-itf summit. NVbmk.i. Aiutist 5th,
Wlelsavc an extensive general stock
or Goodfi tliat ive are constantly as
sarting up9 ivIiU - we oiler to tJic jntb-
lie at iiriccs tltat ive h now must give
Wr pnrthasc the vrry beft Goods at the htadtf Mar
ket and ztrirlly fur cash, and are prepared to compete
tcith the tr.nle at ant point oti the. Missouri i iter.
5TOVB AID TUT STORE.
IB. T. 5c CO.,
Wholesale nnl Retail dealers Id'
ISardvrarc and Agrieulttirul Impleiaeiits,
STOVES, TIN, SHEET IKON, BRASS,
R T E E L
Of ail kinds and siscf. which we warrnat the best
Tin Roofing, Gutters and Spouting Done on Short Notice.
Are eicluMTc. Ace its in this county for the o!
Stcwarl's Culclnvited Combination Coa
or Wood Cook Stove
0 ire us a call w will not be anderoM Main street, rest door eaet of the M&pe&.o Bloofc?
SEEDERS, HAY RAKES. &.C
E A. WIGt.ENHORN & CO.
the Herald Oifioc,
7 oh ii !Fitzrcr:i1cl.
1? Ta O "W S
in th market.
Ehr gtrbrastta jfirratd.
from tturtday't Daily.
Mr. Frear, the inventor of the "Frear
Stone," has been in Lincoln for several
days, says the Statesman.
The ferry boat at Nebraska City struck
a snag last Tuesday afternoon and sunk.
She Li taid to be a total wreck.
We are iuforuied by Mr. Clark, of the
Dank, that a large quantity of counter
fcit money i being "shoved" in this lo
cality. It consists principally of $10s
National Bank, $ja Greenbacks and
National IJank and Greenbacks. The
$2s are paid to be a vcrj' good count r
feit, liable to deceive very good judges.
We learn from the papers of Ne
braska City that their Southwestern Rail
road Company refuse to take any notice
of the proposition of the CoinuiisMoners
of Otoe county toive them 150,000 in
county bonds. They want $200,000 or
nothing. These Otoe county railroad
chaps are "hefty" fellows. They stick
up their noses at 150,000.
Wc were pleased to iueet Col Peck, of
the B. fc 31. 11. Engineers, in tho city
this morning. The Col. is resident En
gineer for the second, third and fourth
divisions of the road, and in direct charge
of the third division. The Col. informs us
that the first division under his charge
(being the'second division west from this
city, 3Ir. Eunis Division Engineer) is
completed and ready for tho iron, and
that another week or ten days will com
plete the next division west, which will
make between twenty and thirty miles
ready for the iron.
from friday'n Drtity.
The ice thinned out in the river to-day
so as to allow the ferry boat to cross this
The killing of Cornorlon, near Rome,
Iowa was caused by the colliding of two
trains. Several other icrsons were in
jured. Hamburger & Berliner expect to re
move to their new rooms in Murphy's
Hotel Building sometime next week.
Look out for their advertisement.
Moses Stocking, Esq. has made an
elaborate report of his examination of
the country between here mid Fort Kear
ney, along the line of the B. !c M. It.
It., portions of which will be published
in the Hkuai.D soon.
The Omaha Ktj.vhliatn says the inem
bers of the Episcopal denomination have
already raised a new structure adjoining
the site of the church building which
was burned a few days ago. It is to be
used until a new church edifice can be
erected next year.
The AIcrrtiser says: "Mayor. Fair
brother has resigned the office of Mayor
of our city, and moved with his family
to Tecumseh, where he will engage, in
connection with his brother, F. M. Fair
brother, in the publication of the T
cmnsch C.'f'zrn. This leaves the offiec
of Mavc r vacant."
3Ir. Quaid, in charge of tracklaying
west from this city, is getting cleverly
ttartcd out from the .ide tracks anl
switches, and about next Monday will
begin to put down a half a mile a day.
This js alont the amount of track they
expect to lay until material arrives more
plentiful, when a mile a day will be the
It may not he generally known, yet it
is a fact, that parties in this State desir
ing to "commit matrimony" are re
quired, before obtaining lice tse, to have
a record made of various matters, among
others the color of the parties desiring to
be joined in marriage. Yesterday morn
ing an aged representative of the "F. F.
V.'s" called upon our worthy Probate
Judge, all radiant with smiles, and a.-ked
for a licence authorizing some Minister
or other proper person to ierform the
marriace ceremony f r himself and his
affiat ced. Our sedate Judge quietly ad
justed his glasses and proceeded to make
out the document. Arriving at the
proper point, with his mind lent on the
proper peiiormanee of his official duties,
he astonished the representative of Vir
ginia Chivalry by bluntly asking him :
"HW wthe COLOIl nfthe liridr-."
Language is inadequate to describe the
consternation an 1 horror depicted upon
the countenance of the aforesaid "repre
sentative", as he looked at the immova
ble countenance of the man of law and
exclaimed : "(JreatGod! do you think
would warn a XlGGElt!" An
attorney setting bycxplained to the irate
gentleman that, as much fear had been
expressed by certain parties that they
would some day be forc:d to marry
nenes the Republican Legis
lature of Nebraska had decided
to protect them from the? allure
ments os any fascinating colored girl,
hence the necessity of the question to
tlmt cbi of people. This explanation,
coming from the limb of the law, seemed
to satisfy the "representative" aud he
agreed that such a law was proper and
correct. The question being answered
to the satisfaction of the judge, the li
cease was granted without further mis
understanding. A Good One.
While Dr. 3Iary Walker tarried at Se
dalia. some time ago, she was a guest of
the Marvin House, and occupied one of
the finest rooms in that hotel. About a
"minute, minute-and-a-half or two min
utes," after she had vacated her room,
the gallant and gentlemanly It who
is a- "gobbler" of orders for a wholesale
house in St. Louis, was assigned to it by
the clerks ; friend R , on examining
his bed previous to retiring, found a
snowy robe le unit, neatly folded under
his pillow marked in delicate characters,
"Dr. MaryE- Walker." R , calied
the chambermaid, interrogated her hold
iug the garment in his hand ; "Do you
know Dr. 3Iary Walker?"
"Yes," replied the chambermaid.
"Then carry this to her with my com
pliments, and .say that R is not in
the habit of sleeping with empty night
CAPITAL, - -
&IiJISrii:RA.L OFFICE :
No. 70 DELAVARE STREET, LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS
St. Louis, Mo.,
li viU':ils oia the
Securing: the Greatest Pecuniary
REASONS FOR INSURING IN THIS COMPANY :
1st. This is a Western Company, managed by Western men. whose known fiminmiciul charac
ter, nbility and iosition,afford aroi'le guaranty
2d. Its Polieen are all noii-forr'HiiK.
3d. Premium all rIi. It receives no notes
to iuy, and no outstanding notes as liens upon
4th. Dividends aro' losses arc paid in cash.
5th. It insures at lower rates than any Eastern eonipany.
6th. Its risks are in the West, where the rate of mortality is lower and the. rate of interest
higher than in the East; hence the accumulation
in any Eastern Company.
7th. It has no restriction upon travel.
8th. Its dividends arc made upon the contribution plan.
9th. Its business is exclusively life insurance.
Arc the accumulations of interest upon premiums paid, heuccthe Company that loans its assets
at the highest rate of interest can give you the largest dividends. Eastern companies invest their
moneys at 6 percent., while this makes its investments at twelve per eent. or more.
The advantage of Western investments to the policy holder appears in the following startling
figures: The amount of JL00O, invested for Cfty years at
6 per eent. compound
H. D. Mackay, President, ,
E. Henseley, Vice-President,
Geo. A. Moore, Secretary,
E. VV. Eaves, Treasurer,
D. M. Swan, General Agent.
J. L. Wever, M. D., Consulting Physician.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE :
H. D. IVIackay, George R. Nines, E. Henseley,
H. Edgerton, D. W. Eaves.
Tiii.s Company IiiNurc-N
Af TUTOR OF STATE OFFICE,!
Topkka. Kansas. February 2-iih. lSiy. 1
KNOW ALL MEN" 1JV TIIEE PRESENCE: That I. A. Thumax, Auditor ol the Stale of
Kansas, do hereby certify that the
Missouri Valley Life Insurance Company,
organized and doing business under the laws of the State of Kansas and Missouri, has. furni.-lied
the undersigned satisfactory evidence that it ha invented One Hundred and Fifty Tli.u-iin I 1..1
lars of its capital in United States tioveriiiiient Bonds. I tlicdenoimimtioii of Fi ve-Twent i- .."i.jy 1
and are possessed of the same. And 1 do further certify I hat said Company ha set apart 'lie Hun
dred Thousand Dollar. of said United States lion Is tor the benefit of am. policy holokiis ol said
Company: and that 1 hold in trust and on deposit for the hcnefil of said poliey hi iers the seeurity
above mentioned, and I am satisfied that sit.-h securities are worth One Hundred Thousand 0'illars
lawful money of the United States of America.
In witness where I have hereunto subscribed my name, an 1 caused the seal of my office to lie
1 Seal of Aud- I alii sed, the day and year above written.
t itor of State, i A. TilOMAX, Auditor of State of Kansas.
CEHTIFICATK OF AUTIIOHITV TO DO BlINRSS.
OKK1CF. OK St'fKRINTKXOKV T OK THF. lxstltAXCK JlKPAKT UKNT OK MS4'R
IT IS HERERY CEKTIF1E1. That the Mi-souri Valley Life Insurance '..inpanv. ;i Life A,
stirauee Company, organized under the luws of the State of Kansas, and its principal otliee'lo
eated at the city of Leavenworth, has complied with the requirements of the thirtieth, thirty-tirst.
thirty-second, thirty-third and thirty-tourih sedions ol an Act of the (iencral Asscinhly'of the
State of Missouri, entitled "An act for the incorporation and regulation of Life Assurance Compa
nies." approve. March inth. a. i. 1v;h. ?o fir as the said requirements are applieablo thereto. And
pursuant to :he thir:y-sixth section id' said Aet. the sai.l Missouri Valley Life Inr-uranec (''nifany
is hereby authori7.cl to do business as a Lite Assurance Company within the said State i f Minnri.
subject to the several provisions and requirements of the Act aforesaid, until the first day ol Feb
ruarv. in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and seventy.
In testimony whereof. I. Wyllvsj King, undersicr.ed. Siipcrintenilcnt of the Insurance U-mr-I
Seal of Insurance Ue- meut of said State of Missouri, have hereto et niy hand and atiixed
- partment of Stateof my seal of nthec, at the city of St. Louis, Missouri. his "nth ti n' oj
C Missouri. J July, a. i). lvi;t. i.Signed!. W VLLYS K I (1. "
bupenutendent ot the Insumnce Department of tlu State of Missouri.
CEIITIFICATK OF AITIIOIUTV.
(To expire on the 51st day of January, 1S70.)
Wherkas. Abram B. Covalt, State Agent for the
rated at Leavenwortn. ivansas. na niea 111 tins ouiec a copy i tfie Act of Incorporation ol sai
Company, and a statement uuder oath, showing its condition, as required by the fifth section of
law of the State of Nebraska, entitled "An Aef in K -l.it ;..n to Insurance Companies," ai r rove
February' loth. lSivt; approved February lth. lKmi; and whereas, said CVmpany has furnished th
rated at Leavenworth. Kansas. ha filed 111 this
Five Hundred Tnousand Dollars
of actual capital, invested in the stocks of at least par value, or in bonds or mortgages unreal
estate worth double the amount for whieu the same is mortgaged ; and whereas, sai l Couipanv has
filed in this, office a written instrument, under the seal of the Company, signed by tiie t're.-"ide!ii
and Secretary thereuf. authorizing the said A lira 111 11. Covalt to acknowledge ser i-eof process for
and in behalf of said Company, consenting that cri dec of proc ss upon him -lin 1 1 be taken anl
held to be as valid a if served upon the Comoauy. according to the laws ( this ..,. r ,,.,v- ,,.i,..r
mi, iMiim sjitistactoi v evi'ience mat it is
State, and waiving all claims of error by rea.son of
has turuisneil saiisiaciory evidence mai ne i tne aurnorie-i .gcntoi saiU t onip.-iny.
Therefore be it known by these presents, than in pursuance of tfie aforesaid Act. I. John iil'.es-
pie. Auditor ol trie eiaie oi .-teorast:!. io iiereoyeriiiy in it .-ora:n it. Lot-air. r.sq.. has In:! a'l- !
ie. Auditor ot ttieeiateot .enrast:i. no tiereoy
thoritytoactaas-tate.Ageuiiorinesai.i .tiissiiuri.v aiiey i.ne msuran-e Lompany. in the State of No-
braska.and to do and perform all acts lor an i in behalf ot s., id Coin piny aiithori.cl by hi. an-
nointinent as such agent, and hy the laws of this Slate, un'il the :'l-t .lav !" J.iiin.irv. a. i. 1h7'-.
In witness whereof. I have subscribed my n "ne,
L. s.J affixed this 1st day of April, a. d. 1sK.
GOOD TRWELINO SOLICITORS WANTED.
ml. IS. fHWvT,
State txeiit for t-bragkaaud ortlieru Kansas.
J.VT. TSIATISHALL. Aeent. , f twit
R. R. LIVINGSTON. Med. Examiner,; 1IT 1 SMOUTH.
- - $500,000.00
San Francisco, Cal.
Advantage to the Policy Holders-
for ils careful and .--uccesful luunitgeincnt.
and gives none. Policy holders have no' interest
of dividends to the policy holder is greater than
at lower rate? lhazi
Dki'artuext, Okkick. of Statf. At pitor. )
Lincoln-. Nebraska. A prill . ls-j'i.
Missouri Valley Life Insurance l.'i:m.:iiiv. lo
olaee a copy of the Act of Incorporation ol said
su,-h serviee: and whercus. Abram IJ. "fovait j
eTtity tu it .-0ra:n It. tot-air. K.-
an 1 caused '- - to be :
JOHX GILLESPIE. State Auditor. !
S. BLOOM & GO.,
-Iv js J.
BOYS'Q APdD CHILDREN'S CLOTHIWCy
Hats Ik Caps, Boots 8c Shoes,
BLAr.Kfc.TS, KUoLL2i bUUL'b, I hUr(Jo, VHLioto, ti'j.
Mam Street, Steotid Ihmr East of Court J louse,
BRANCH HOUSE : Broadway, Council BluvX lewa. ni.x
DBS. II. II .Tl'CI-UMiEY,
: .-lgt:'.!';T . ?
d f sr r r r s t
Will bo at Pr. Livingston's otTW-o during the
last week in em-li month. All orders left at tin
Post O'fice will he promptly iitii n li-il t July '
CABINET : .A:C
And dealer iu all kinds of
Furniture an - Chairs.
TtilRii stiikkt, I'nrnr Main)
Plattsnioj'.li - - -
Repairing and Varnishing neatly done.
90' Funerals attended at the shortest notice.
Were sold i the Year 1SGS
1. BK il'fE
sot osi: ins kv-.u vaua.l
i TO c.i v r.
tHKP:.RFKCT ..PEKATIOJ OK VKBV
FUIjIjY O II A It A iti:k.
AD WII.KkVKK XX '
Thoy Stand Unrivalled
For Simplicitv of Himsfracnt,
And for Clca lincss in Cooki"S,
They are IL.me lu tilutioiis.
Manufactured in the West, and adapted to
tin wants of
Western and ou hern
l F.O I Ii Fi .
Surely 110 gi.od housekeeper can affi.r l to be
PI'K PHII i: LIT. AU1IKF.SS
CM ( AH X.
11. T- Duke & Go.
Hen ry Boeck,
ljungcs, Tables, Sales,;
Of nil descriptions and at all price.
Of all fixes.
Heady made, and 1 cheap forcas'u.
With mar.y thank" fir pa"t patron:;:;;, I invit
all to call and cxaaiine my larjc tock of Furni-
ture and Collin.
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! CI 5J ft 5 ! v.l fi TA '
W Ul Inlaiu v W
, f i; i ; l sai.-: anu
J MAIN" STREET, Fl.ATT5S40UTtf, XF-5i
I am prepared to acaarnrnodate the public with
j llormn, C'lrriagrm, ttgao 'ie and A. Xo. 1 Jlcarifi
onrhort notice and reasonable terms. A Hack
Will run tu tlicstcambo it ;amliDg.aiidto al! pirts
' ol the Hrr wbn dirl. mr-.V. i
2pTH, NEB. "
Is the only perfected an.'
..! ....Iff ..II . . .
t t. r Oj4 i JiiciinntaiiY 'l epiii v'i
ri':ir:itioti of its Liu-'
DrQTnDrcievirorcroJ to tf,e 1,llI'-
IlLOlUnLOjaiKl has no competitor
GRAY j'n "tier it. ly its uso
HAIR r,l:AY 1IAIIi " pi'm
, restored to its oiiiii.tl
youthful color and biii
ITS jliancy, which is ho inucli
almircl iy nil. j crsoir,
whoso hair is thin or failing
j 'out will, by the use of w
Kenewer,soon see its yu I
cfiVctH, as, by Its onicixM 1
s imiil'if iiirr ii"ii .1 -it ! w the
GROWTH! hair irlands will be incited
and the hair grow thiel.
and stron' ajraiii. In cast
SPLENDID .a now growt'i unless lli
DRESSING, follicles are destroyed. K
itclimg anl irritation of
the seal). It docs i:oti-t.iin
the tkin as do lyt v, La'
inakcs the scalp white au l
rjiTTTpyjiiT elcan. Asa DUESlSlNfr
liliUiiLiIi :f ,,. illlvr .,,,,1
economical iivaratioii in
the worKl, as its ffU'cf-t
list so muc h longer, tivu-l
for our Troiiliso oil tli i
LOCKS! hair, lieo to all, by iu il.
Said by all Druggists and Dealers !n Med'clne,
COOK, CODURM & CO.
Gen'l Agents for Nor th-Ve stern Stater,,
87 DEABB0BN STEEET, CHICAGO, ILL.
We. the I riijr:ret of l'iat.. MMHith. cull ihe i:
tCTition of nit r ciistoiiiei-H i the le: : ers piil.!i- I;. I
below of tbe wonderful tli'-aey of Dr. Kobai-k's
S'oiino-b Hitters. Dr. Kuback's s-cnud.ion i-iu
I'.Inod Pills. W e have In ci si-liinc lbc-- in",;
cities long enough to. kin. w that 1 hey are r-. 0111-mendi-d
fn I.e. and the crrtiV-sius of cures -uo
lished arc true.
tUad the , o!lo:ci:tj L f'cr froii
one of the ohles ind 'i,
relitdJc (jrocn-'i ini)-tid. 'i
the cif'i of l.rciij ,n'.
F 11 1 K S I ) V V A LT ) .v :
proiiiise to yon vhni
lie re, I write yon, for
Mil!ieation ifyon see
proper, n tr;;e stoie
inent of the irood ef
feets of Ro!;ieKV
tosnaeh Bittern upon
myself. h:il hca:
troubled vith indi
estion for a lonj
time, attended with
se ve re I : ea ! a e ! 1 e, p a r
t i c n 1 a rly a f t e r ea i i up;.
when fortnnateJy a?i
o!i soldier friend
eame into the st :
and nTomii!j''!;i! v.n1
to usi. HoiiaekV -:::;
; t e rs. I did so ) y i a L
j znasma:! wi!H-;3:is
! full jnst i)efore eael
meal, and to my grv.
joy I was i cvvt l ;v,
once, and u no
well hy their use. 1
would not l)e wiihor.l
j them at any price. !
have not taken vn
lother medicine sin -a
I the Uliiars. And 1
can sav witls :i vh
1 4. M: ?
I. , S? jj
OaCK S 52i,'eiS
1 I 1 t j l
win no an ijiey art
recommended to dc
if taken according
Frank If. Muaai:
Of the firm of He'ulel.ack L Mi!;-r
AV'iiolesnle Orocorn, luveno.-?
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