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About Nebraska herald. (Plattsmouth, N.T. [Neb.]) 1865-1882 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 23, 1869)
ttlTE & SPIRES,
Main St., Plattsmonth, Neb.,
On il-jor east of the Curt House.
Dealers in Produce, Yines,
v.r ivuak cjuiists of tl beet brands of
TEAS, COFFEES, SUGARS,
Canned and Dried Fruits,
OYSTERS, SARDINES, SPICES, FLOUR,
Buckets, Soap, Salt,
BACON, HAMS, LARD,
v.riuinc kept in a Grocery Store. Every
r:.cie warranted o' the beslquality. 'lhehitfh
r. y.iju pj.io.iii ca b lor
Corn, Oats, Butter, Eggs,
BACON, HAMS, LARD,
nt kU kii. i uf Fanner Proldoo.
Ca9h paid for Hides.
vu- uiive-1. and Koodi sold by Auction on
Uie -noru -'t i by F. . W 11 1 IK.
MUtl-muuth. July i JSc9.
A GOOD CHAIMCE
fltvini; completed the platiiue and recording
T uiv In kt'si Addition to the City of Platus
avrfLi, I Hi" uow prepared to sell
,a th V! li inn nt rn-inoWc rat" Terms are
no hnit'e.'L li down; th; other hull payable in
..ne ve:ir. at ten p.-r (rent, inlcrest per at
fr- m" ,i;i of pur.tia-e until paid, 'lo be sei
7 ni'jr true on tho property.
Donation to Churches.
I m ill pivc to tho following ' diitloiis duueu:-.-
.) the jl.ipti-t Church, lot 12 in blo.-k J7 :
tho -..:i-nu,ito.i;il t'iiiir. h. lot -O in hlockZ-S;
futh"! M. Uio li-t (Jimr. h. lot 1 in block 1-;
tu th C:itiolio Church, lot 0 in 1.1
- toe V..f '-pa! ' Imn-ii. lot 1J in block 1.';
j tii i -1 li-i i in Church. I t I in block -1:
l :.o t , n i :i:.n 'ft u r it lot I - in block o :
To t ie i.ct'i'jr.iii C!i-i-.ch I t I in l.lo.-k Si:
n jiy ioitiou to tlo; CUy.-t PI.iM mouth. UIOQ
v'le toll ..iviin eon litioi-. vi That lheyiiha.ll
. r-', on it't lo'--. a.- a'loi :o:i ite I. a suitable
'.r;l i -'.i : I'U-.l.' vor .:;. wiihin live years
- Vm 'ii'i't He : and. i.i e.i-.- f taiiuro oil the
- - u I hiiriti "f I riiu.n 's lo comply n i.u,
"at ov n h-oo;. t'nvi and iu that tun tho
Donation to Public Schools.
I a.;r-j!.y d'i. '-. i'"'f tho u.-e of TuMk Ii.-trk t
$ !:', I. 1 !;'. k i'ie noit'i aide ui
.C. an 1 Lot V) 111 -- ' " '"
M.:i:i stro'.-t, iu uiy additiotl to tlie i lty
i;h. iJi- ivi..
r. S WT21TB
T7 ,,..n.t Jdi nM QTI I RR! P nnd BREAK
5.UUU ACrCS OT LanUTOr aail; ;
i 1 h:f "" ;:. Ly. Al
1 l.ots in I
. .iv. :,t !.. tot.--.
( .' t ai'. nlion t-iveti to tV.' 'oiyin--- :ind
" -.t 1 .; e.-Mti. :.i:!n'.;.ii'3 till'-. i'. I Pay !
:.wf.i.t..rPiU-i- H-.ti-.-. I'l I ' !
11. t! t.; .z ni.
Lot for Ten Dollars, j
I to 1. :i-:i iron- : .;.ii:-iu:i; aie
:l..-. fH.J "t I'll" lots 111 t:.: Uo.".'lll"-'l .- !
'V..o;i to Cut. -111 -U M. at t'-ll d. il.ifS I
. .-..i.-. -tlie toll.-.. a o:.i. ;ion. i.: ,
, o loir. ha-niK v. ill he i.:;viiivd to ,
.., t:,.. '.,1 1 rr.-iii-i-1 a . vol hoJ-i; ot ;
i".--11. i-us to-v..t: T!i- h-.u:.-
i.. 1 I... . ttf-i ii.t wnii .-100 no 1
. , r :'ru, i'. et. X'h.- t'r i.ae .iiu.-l H" ';l utiil .
r- .-ii--il- h.iu e well hi,:sled; touna.Uiou
.. .rfhr: !;o,-xi There t."-t bc-ak.tv l-
f i - ti: 11 ii'xii. Hoi! iin--J,l''V V! I
,.a;...,!(iTi or h . .re Jau-.t try !t. . W l 1
. v, . h 1-1 I lor it deed t . the p.irty who buys : i
... p :'. h.t,-e i- ir. ilL.aivt upon t:i-i 1.0...
i,e,1h,; aUivt eon.li'. 11-. will Ktve :i e"d and
1 :' tit Warr.tTity 1 d.
.l -cti way oe maio from the a ."?ciiipany-
Vl' ,;: t . u :.. 1 - t o.
4 l-o-t U; le t :in l.lo. k ls; Lot in J
" ' - f 'J an I U in hloi k .1 : Lot h to I
V- .-k l.-t - 't 'id in ''
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u "l",'.o -k -l-': L. u I ar. 17 ia bio.
OSco iu CoMri ltou.de
J, H. liiM'ii:
ueeers to J. M. Hinehmaa,)
Druggists & Apothecaries.
;riis ami leclioinos,
TAINT?. OILS. DTF.3, NOTION?.
PKKFl'Mr.RY. FANCY SOAPS.
PURE WINES AND LIQUOR!
T' v M - h-.r.i.Ml r.r..lM''dieiris! purpose.
Krn -n-.M in'y 03 band a full and trel!teort!ii
V .IT EXT If I D B I
r' ri.-i-!n'' p-e .Tip;; n- earcfnlly oonipounl-
. liiiue't ir:i --i-i. -"iie out .
l. Ail'goo ls vrarraroeJ u?
n;ed. Call and
Main Street, South Side.
v- J. r ..vn, C. IT. KOi. J. H. D. KOSAX.
Mb WU-iI.E.rALi: DLALLRS IS
Flour, Grain Provisions, and
Corner Pear! and Court Streets,
"or nllaiii .-ibmI Second St,
TLA riSMO CTfl S"EB
FiiRtNTEg. First National Bank. Cf.un :1
, R'-'. tlicer Tiiey. iiankers. Council hlut:
leal B tnk. Oiuaba : Omaha Rational
1 . -rt.iha : Kotter .'., (." "on ; Boug i-
'' tjrtl.nlnv Kn nn. i:.l"..l.rt A- I- ield.
Piatt sm o a th ,
Wc Is fire an extensive general stock
oP Goods that tve are constantly as
sorting ujt9 tvhii tec oiler to tltc jmb
lie at prices that tve know must give
Wc purchase, the, xerij bei Goods at the hcadtj Mar
ket and strictly for cash, and are prepared to compete
tcith the trade at any point on the Missouri liver.
E. A. WIOOENIIORNE
GREAT RUSH! LARGE CROWDS ! !
Everybody, and more too, nro going to
W IGGEEEOEN &. Co.,
IST 111 AV YORK STORE-
The largest nd most complete
STOCK OF DRESS COODS
re now on rxbihition at the New York Store, at greatly reduced prices. We call particular
attention to our new styled ol
DUESS-UOODS. F HINTS,
DELAINS. (tilNUH MS.
CLARK'S NEW THREAD.
COTTON YARNS BOOTS ANI SHOES
of all kinds and prices to euit our numerom cuetoiuw.
"J.?,!PAP?' r ,h. vbra.Pd GAR DEN CITY GUPPER
in' ii'iv ..us:'- - - .
1 -7 T.larn RFPERS.
uu im .
rUtt-inotu!. April -J-J !5bVJ.
r vion of
A LAI WE
xry Goods, Groceries, Ciotnmg,
HATS, O-A-IPS, BOOTS, SHOES
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID
Kinds of Country Produce.
Plattsmouth, Nebraska, August 5th,
JOHN J. RUSSELL.
Agents for Birdsall's Threshers, Buffalo Pitts Threshers,
New Yorker, Buckeye, John P. Manny's, Climax.
-pT ,0"V7"3 ; Industrial, Dixon, Grand Detour, Skin
ner, Iron Beam, Rod &. Mould Board Breaker.
Sulky Rakes, Revolving Hay Rakes.
Little Giant Fan Mills,
Johnson s Corn Shellers,
Wier's Walking Corn Plows,
Van Brunt Broad Cast Seeder,
Buckeye Drill & Broad Cast Seeder.
y Union Corn Planters.
Sorgo Cane Mills, Bells, &c.
Every Implement Warrented.
PUttamouth, Aajrut26. 18G9.
A large stock of
. , , , ., i j . c
IM J ",u1
SE iERS, HAY RAKES.
1.1 t tt tr OMUnTJrV Xr I II
the Hv.bai.3 Offieo,
J. E. DOOM,
(Late f Doom. 15r. & Co.,)
She gUbrasfca $caW.
From Tkunday'i Daily.
Contractor Mallory says the first ten
miles of road wet from this city will
have been completed by the 1st day of
The Ckronide says the total tax for
18C9, in Otoe county, foots up a grand
total of one hundred and fifty-four thous
and, three hundred and five and 78-100
The recent rise in the river has stopped
work on the track coming down onto the
bar opposite Main street. The track
will be put down a soon as the waters
R. TV. "Willct, E.q., in charge of the
delivering of bridge timbers along the
line of the railroad west from Platts
mouth, informs us that the bridges are
all completed for fifteen miles out, and
everything in readiness for the iron.
The iVcs has "recently heard of
some complaint that the Midland Pacific
Railway are not paying off hands and
contractors as promptly as they should,"
but thinks Dr. Converse will pay them
all in good time. Home companies are
sometimes hard up furcash. Probably
the Press may begin to understand that
it does take a "heap of cash to build a
We understand that the Masonic Fra
ternity are making extensive preparations
for a good time on St. John's Day, the
27th inst. A public installation of three
Masonic bodies will occur in the after
noon of that day, and a grand gathering
of the order and their friends will take
place on that evening at their Hall.
The scene will be cnlivend by the pres
ence of the beauty and gallantry of the
country, and a large number of invited
guests from other jurisdictions are ex
pected. Whoever desires to enjoy a
glorious time during the holidays should
not fail to make their arrangements so
as to attend the celebration of "Evangel
"All is not gold that glitters." Our
friends down at Nebraska City do not
appear to be all of one mind on the ques
tion of railroads. The Press accuses
Judge O. P. Mason of selling out the
county, and intimates that the Judge
has sold himself for pay. Isn't that
just a little bit funny? Judge Mason
has lived in Otoe county a long time,
and is pretty well known there probably
as well as the edit r of the Press. lie
is pretty well known throughout the
State, and in fact throughout the entire
west. We have heard a great many per
sons soundly abuse Judge Mason, but
we never before heard anybody accuse
him of "selling out" his principles. He
has leeu noted rather for his obstinacy
in adhering to and advocating his owi
fictions regardless of what other people
thought. Billy, haven't you rather
"put your foot in it" in accusing Judge
Mason of "selling out?"
frum I'ridny Daily.
We leurn from tlie Intelliyenctr that
Lincoln thinks of imitating 1'iattMnouth
by building a fine hotel.
T. W. Shrvick has removed hi Fur
niturc J?hop to his new building one
door west of Murphy's Hotel building.
Orea polls is now in the height of her
glory she is connected with Plattsuiouth
Henry TJoeck, Ei., will erect a large
three tory brick store early in the Spring
on the ground now occupied by his Cabi
IXsmp.ster and Cumniings, the Ham
burg murderers, have been quietly taken
to Council li'uffi jail to prevent the ex
cited populace from lynching them.
Fifty cents will pay for the Intelli
gencer one year. Enclose the "stamps"
toJ. P. Lantz&Co.. Lincoln, Nebraska,
and you will decide it a good investment.
Linus Barker, who was stabbed in Ot
tumwa recently by Otto Fraunberg,
died of his wounds last Sunday morn
ing. The "Hole in the Ground" south of
Second st. bridge has been "squelched."
Sheriff Johnson took possession of the
last of the outfit a few days since. The
community breathes easier.
The Nebraska City ' .!a.ks frantic
ally and emphatically "Who Owns us?"
If somebody does not claim you pretty
soon we would respectfully refer you to
the provisions ofChapter XVIII of the
Revised Statutes, headed "Est rays."
Some fellow got in a desperate hurry
to marry yesterday, and routed Judge
Child out of bed before daylight in the
morning, to procur" a license. Some
people who believe m stgns think that
is an indication of cold weather.
Billia & Son have commenced the
foundation for a two story building op
posite Murphy's Hotel building, 22x70
feet. They will complete it during the
winter, and have it ready for occupation
early in Spring.
From tlie summit of the hill in the
North part of the city, the train can be
seen coming towards Flattsmouth, from
Burlington, at a distance of about fifteen
miles. There is onlv one slight curve
iu the road between this city and Glen
As soon as the C. B. & St. Joe R. R
is turned down to the river bank opposite
this citv, and the Rock Island road
makes its connection here, things will
begin to look lively.
Let each of our daily subscrilers make
an effort to get one new subscriler before
the 1st day of January next. Remem
ber, if we can secure one hundred new
names on our daily subscription book be-
r.. "v .:u j..; t.
I luic .icb xcai ctc nui uvuwc luo jjita-
etat wj&df r&edafilr-
No. 70 DELAWARE STREET,
St. Louis, Mo.,
Divideiifls on tlie
Securing the Greatest Pecuniary
REASONS FOR INSURING IN THIS COMPANY :
1st. Thin is a Western Company, managed by Western men, whose known finanancial charac
ter, ahility and position, afford ample guaranty fur its careful and succesful management.
2d. Its Polices are all noi-forfelliiw.
3d. Premium all eh. It receives no notes and gives none. Policy holders have no interest
to pay, and no outstandiiiK notes as liens upon their policies,
4th. Dividends an.' losses are paid in cash.
5th. It insures at lower rates than any Eastern company.
Cth. Its risks are in the West, whore the rate of mortality is lower and the rute of interest
higher than in the East; hence the accumulation of dividends to the policy holder is greater than
iu any Eastern Company.
7th. It has no restriction upon travel.
8th. Its dividends are made upon the contribution plan.
Oth. Itsbasincss is exclusively life insurance.
Arc the accumulations of interest upon premiums taid. hence the Company that loans its assets
at the highest rate of interest can give you the largest dividends. Eastern companies invest their
moneys at G percent., while this makes its investments at twelve per cent, or ntnrp.
The advantage of Western investments to the policy holder appears in the follow int; startling
figures: The amount of 51.000. invested for fif ty years at
6 per cent, compound
H. D. Frlackay, President,
E. Henseley, Vice-President,
Geo. A. Moore, Secretary,
E. VV. Eaves, Treasurer,
J. L. VVever, M. D., Consulting
H. D. Mackay, George
This Company Insures at lower rates tlia
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENCE: That I, A. Thomas, Auditor of tho Stuto of
Kansas, do hereby certily thut tho
Missouri Valley Life Insurance Company,
organized and doing business under the laws of the Slate of Kansas and Jlis-iouri. has fumi-died
the un.lersiirlied satisfactory evidence that it hu iiivc-ue 1 One Hundred and Kil'tv ...1 it'.i
iars of its capital in United States tioveruinent Hon Is. of the deuominut ion of r ive-Twe.-itie-t.r.-":.'."!
and are possessed of the same. And I do lurliier certify ttial sai.t Cmpany ha.-, set ajiart One lluri
dre.1 Thousand IV.llnrs of said United States lion. Is for the benciit of all poi.i. y ihi.kh:h oi uni.l
Louipany : aim tnai 1 1101.1 iu irusi .111.1 on ueoMi i.triue uencut 01 .;i.i i.oin-y imi lers tlie s.-eurity
above mentioned, and I am satislied that such seeui it ie.-are worth One lltitiured Ttiousund JJoilarH
lawful money ot the Lni.eil Males 01 America.
In witness where I have hereunto subscribed my name, and caused the seal of my oOice to 09
I Seal of Aud- I atli led, the day and year above written.
itor of State, i A. TilOMAN, Auditor of State of Kansas.
CERTIFK'ATK OF AUTHOrUTV TO IK) BUSINKSS.
(1FFICF K SrpKHlSTEN OKNT OP THK IxstKAVCE llEPinTllEvr tr,t J.....
TT IS HEREBY t'EKTIFIEl). That the MUsouri Valley Life Ir.-uranee fompany? a Life As-
J. surauee Company, orsamzed under the laws ot the Mate ot knn-as. and its principal offiec lo-
cated at the city of Leavenworth, has complied with the requirements of the thirtieth, thirty-'ii -t
thirty-second. thirty-tUmt ana tnirty-tour.n
nies." approved March loth, a. i. lol. so far as the said requirements are applicable thereto 11.l
pursuant to the thirty-sixth section of s.ti.l Act, the said Missouri Valley Liie I ii'iirant-e t'oinp inv
is herebv authorized to tlo business as a Lite .Vssur.:iee Company within the sai.l State ..1 Missouri'
subject to the several provisions and re.iuireMicrit.s f the A.-t aforesaid, until the first .lay ot Feb
ruary, in the year of our Lord eiphteen hundred and seventy.
In testimony whereof. I. Wyllys K in;. undersigned. Superintendent of the In ur c Depart -
I Seal of Insurance I)e- ) meat of said .tate of Missouri have hereto sPt ,v band and aiiixed
partment of Stateof my seal ot office, at the city of St. Louis. Missouri, this fo,h ,1. " 1f
i Missouri. J July A.p.lvitt. LSiened;. WYLLYS h INC
ftuperintendent ol thu Insurance Department of the State of .Missouri.
CERTIFICATE OF AUTHORITY.
(To expire on the 31st day of January, 1S70.)
Ixsi'Banck Df.pabtmf.xt. Ofpick of State Acditok.
I.i.N -tit.x. Nebraska. A;.ril I. Will.
WhkbKas. Abram B. Covalt, State A?ent for the MinMouri Valley Lite Insurance Company, lo
cated at Leavenworth, Kansas, has filed in this ollk-e a copy of the Act ot Iiieorporu: ion 01 s.ti l
Company, and a statement under 01th. showing its condition, as required by the Intli sei tion .! a
law of the State of Nebraska, entitled "An Act in Relation to Insurance Coiiii.aiiies," approved
Male 01 .i 1 sso u r 1 . t'iitiur.ia 1. 'i iticiNL.'ii .tti.'u iiii.i rcKioai ion tu iue yvssuranee t 01111
lebruary loth. l4;,approveil t eoruary 1-th. ami whereas, ru.ul Company bis turni-iie.i the !
undersigned satisfactory evidence thai it isjMt.ss.-ed of j
Five Hundred Thousand Dollars j
of actual capital, invested in the stocks of at least par value, or in bonds or mortirnx.n on ral '
estate worth double the amount for which the same is mortuired : and win-re;..-, sai.t Compan . :. is i
filed in this office a written instrument, under the seal of the Company, signed by the l'rts".: nt i
and Secretary thereof, authorising the said Abram ii. Covalt to ackuowle ikc service of proees.. i,.r
and in behalf of said Company, consenting that service of proc ss upon him shall be taken and
held to be as valid as if served upon the Compauy. according to the laws ot this State or nns- other I
State, and waivinir nil claims of error by reason of sii.-h service; and whereas. Abram li. Cuvalt
has furnisheU satisl;u-tory evutence tnat ne is tr.e authorized Apent ot sai.i t ompanv.
Therefore be it known by these presents, tnat in pursuance of the aforesaid Act, 1, John (iiiies
pi, Auditor of the State of Nebraska, d hereby certify that Abram H. Covalt. E.-... has tuil au
thority to acta." State Agent :or the said Missouri! Valley Life Insurance Company, in tlieStateot Ne
braska, and to do &n 1 perform all acts for an t in behalf of aid Company authorized oy his ap
pointment as such agent, and by the laws of this State, until the .''.1st day of January, a. !. I'i.'o.
In witness whereof, I have subscribed my name, aud caused the Seal of tlie Aa litor's ojice to be
l. s. affixed this ist day of April, a. l. ISo'J. JOHN GILLESPIE. State Auditor.
GOOD TRAVEL IMG
.1. IS. COT1IjT9
State teent for .vbrttskaaiid .orttiern Uunsas.
J W. MARSHALL Affent. 1 i w rvir fTt"Tu
iR. LIVINGSTON, Med. Examiner, J rll 1 1 bMUlTl II.
- - $500,000.00
San Francisco, Cal.
KOK - FORFE ITIN 6.
Contri3titioii 11 ;m.
Advantage to the Policy Holders.
D. ftl. Swan, General Agent.
R. Nines, E. Henseley.
D. VV. Eaves.
Al'TlTTOR OP 'TTP nmrr
itteKKA. ivosas. reoruary Jtith. lH'.i.
sections ot an Act ot the (iencral Assembly ot the
nr-x T-n -k.-t m T" o
M'illliHt Pr. Livintrton's rffieo dttrinp th'
art week in otieh nionlh. All ur.ior lell i.t Ue
1'r.it Oii,-e will be iromttly ntt'-ieted to :jj'y'
l lit. KHASO.Y
WcicMoIri in I lie Veai 1SGS
AO 7' OA; 4.S EYr.li FAII.HL
. t r invtt 1
lHErrttrlCT ..ptllATIi.S eK KVkRT
Charter Oak Stove
FCLIiY CPA KAXTKH).
lien wumtvK: KM w I
They Stand Unrivalled j
For Simplicity of Manigenirrit,
And for Cleanliness in Cooking,
They ore ILmie Institutions
Manufactured in the West, and adapted to
the wants of
Western and viou hern
v i: o i' l i: .
Surely no iroo-l housekeeper can atlorJ to lir
w uiioui one.
POII 1-llH E 1.1-tT. ililBk'S
Excelsior Ma uhi-urnm:
012 a-ol4 A. .'"'" s. , M"
r f.l BV
E. T. Duke & Go.
p 1 . N ( s.
1 11111 Airent for the b. Ht .Mus. .! I
- I HI:. fill.-
made, persons wishmit to .y I -. 1
Aletropoiiiiin or l'orliihU i;:. : ' '.
ran imrcliase tlirouirh my Ari ... .1 J r..
terms as they can from the itiiiu::it ...... .- them
selves. Al Instruments fully Wiirr:i:.t.-.i.
aprltf. J. WlaK.
PLAT TS Til
ITALIAN ANC AMERICA,:
If LAD 'JOXf:.
Furnished promptly and neatly at the vnry
lowe.-t prices ; jf.-11.ie.
We Warrant Satisfaction.
ME It 'IKS k BHO..
Miu street near r.th st.. Plaltsmoath Neb.
O. A. DERBY.
OTTL'MWA MF CI CO.
0. A. DERBY h CO.,
Wholesale and Raiaili
Our motto is nuick sales and small profit.
i -Vo.-tlS. t3-ii
t , "H5 .lll
(Letween Second and Third)
Tor inn a
Corner Main and Second Street,
keeps conetant'y on Land the bt cf all kiadi f
rates forcisL jiI'mim
F. P. TCDD AGENT.
PL. 1TTSMO UIII , i:brisai j
A good ort!nent cf Machines on hand. I
also keep Thread, Oil. Needle, ic.
Machines to rent ly the month.
trm Norti rh Mta isij IIatahj rmu
iFii?ii AliT IrALLLRY.
0XK DOOR EAST OF C0UUT iWZSK.)
Wlior" I eni rtrm.iTiet.tly l.oTod, nd iiriprd
to n-.ttkc ail Liiels ui
Rneh rhoi.rnrlw. AmSmlj pw. firm. rl.
1 Foroelnin. W'ufh Dial. Minctu. tie.
' Work done neatly ai d rro'nrtly. find
WARRANTED TO il F. iSATI.FACTIOi.
Also, keep a weil (.clreted ft m k of
Oval ai?l square l'ratn-i.
U rtre r-tieotfuHv invi:.-? to ei'i ntid emtnuie
.,.eM:n. . V. V. l.K"NAi:i. Art i.t
tb -rv -v mvm wi vmt.
Em Mitt I
M. o-iii:i:ri: sum .".
AnrJ Guide Jo i;:e
FLOWER AND VEGETABLE
JA!tT! i;, s ou
PuHM.rd in .Tai 'y. Fvery l-r cffl. wrrf
isliiur lliiw m and vii!ni;l.'r vi ..rh . f f t.
rluilj:.:. fliotild a.i.jii iintee ii..t: M.Oht'll,
Sns. X '.. i:il; iier .V t.'ai.' L'loek. Jio. lie
tor N Y nori ib
lis the only erfectcJ an.'
'c 5 1 n t ? fi n 1 1 v iiriMinro.1
, .. v.. .w.-.-t 1 "I
y pre)ar:ition' of its kip.'
'itvnr .fT.'ril trt tlie DllliT
! RESTORES1 and lias no competitor
GRAY iin merit. By its s
n I l D AK.1C Jillfc IS won
fl 11 1 II
rcstoretl to its original
lyoiubful c.-lor nnd' bril
liancy, which is so much
admired by all. Person
whose hair is thin or filling
out will, by the use of o'ir
PROMOTES Koncwer,soon see its g.x.1
jrpn jeifects, as, by its tonic and
I 'stimulating properties tha
GROWTH! iiair glands will he im-ited
TJ Jand the hair grow thu-U
to 1 landstrongagain. Incase
1 J J 'of Baldness it wi'.l crout,.
SPLENDID !a new growth unless tb-
1 PPrran follicles aro destrovod. It
! tr .. 1 ..II.... ..'!
ittbing nul irritation .1?'
the scalp. ltd ''s n: st ii:i
BOTTLE the skin .is wyes, b:i'
AUD '"iilves tho sc ilp whit" an ?
llllUlVLll t js tho beat r.nd ino'.
UP jeeononiical ptop:;riilio:i iu
THE l 10 wor' :iA 'ts ,':ct1
frjTTTiT jlastKO much longer. .Send
llilli fvr our Tivati.-o t!'
LOCKS ! hair, frco t .-.ll, by mail.
Sold by all CruggUts nd Dealers In tTedLSnf .
COOK, COBURN & CO.
Gen'l Agecf3 for TTort!i-T7estern Etater,
87 BIAS30N STEEET, CICi'JO.lLL.
" We. tio ItTiuvi-! f I'l.tt t-n;nitt. call t .I'll
tetitioii of our f i -to mi i i t be -V ' f pn M mIm-iI
below of tbewon h r i I . tin-kv of l r. It tbnrk's
Si"ma-ii lliti"! '. ;. Kobio'k's nil niav i in
I'.lood I'iili. We hit vp bcni scllinz tl.ev- jidi-e'r.ie.--
etiom;h l'i"l tli'-y "ne nci ia-
tiUMitled to . und tne c.ritl;".iU of cures puh-i.-!.c
I are true.
Bead the foVoivinp I, tier from
one of the oldest aud vio.
reliable grocery merchants in
the cif'j of Iiiivcnjort.
j jfj iCBI'jl
Agreeably o my
promise to von when
here, I write you, for
piiblieiiioii if you see
proper, a true state
ment of the good ef:
feets of Robiiek
Stomach Bitters upon
myself. I had beer:
troubled with md
gestson for a lon
time, attended with
seveie headache, par
ticularly a it er ea tin
when fortunately a:
old soldier friend
came into the stor;:
amj i-ecommended m
to use 21 o back's Bit
ters. I did so hy tak
i n a s m a 5 i v i 1 1 c-r: a :
j f., just Wlhi'v eat
! lov 1 was r??i!eyeo
once, ami um cjo;v
1 well by ihvlv ust 1
would ;sot Se without
! them at any riee. !
nave not lafien am-
other medieirsc sinct
can say rhh a clear
Is "J s
i bae;i s
will do all thev
recommendeia to a
if taken aceordir,
j frj fit OfJ 3fH
Ofhe firm of UekW lack i V -
' '?3 Baifo!v'w". I-wi'& ri, Dtwiis Mi?.
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