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COLUMBIA'S POOD PARTT.
OolnmMa elves a little ft".
And all th- worid-e Invited;
Inch, guist that comes, or imall or great,
Enlleiuntd or bcn!sljtel.
Will brin; a ponrd of home-made ware,
To tow tKlfl Columbia's Fair.
Jhn Bull will fetcb,hlB etcrllng pound-
Tis siade of steel and iron.
.And John has ewain and lnmed and frowned
Becacc to can't environ
His Sbenield ehclvce wlih plated mall
'Gtlnst Yankee goodu tent there for sale.
Crapein will Drln h!f bric-a-brac.
Hts bruize?, b11 and lice,
And gnn to tee Columbia's knack
Of copying bis irrsc";
But all hi- enilcp will And ecllpeo
If native wines but touch his lips.
With ciearctten and cloymc ewcets
Vhe Don comc.. lean and fallow;
The Bear from out his fogs and sleet!"
Brini;- fur and hrmp and tallow.
Columbii bint", "AiakV- ice
With Cuba'6 heat were balanced nice."
The pu-blind German, bearded prim.
Lays down his learned treasures,
And stares wheu Madam welcomes him
With rome of bur profeescM.
And well he may. for some oJ.thcm
Steer ery wild at Learning's helm.
From ancient Egypt's fertile pnds,
From India" lunzled cover,
From Chineiie miHium" busy hands,
The gathered toort't come over;
Hawaii ppans the ocuan wide.
And Japan wonders almond "yed.
"I thank you, jjueats." Columbia pays;
"May frlend-hlp ne'er bo s-mdored;"
And for each peund they bring fho pays
The nations back a but dred.
"Your products In ray soil are latent,
And all these fabrics are my patent!"
ROMANCE OF HISTORY.
King Cliarlt-j X. of Sweden -A Crowned
Donkey Iftirrihln J'.ite ol a Swedish Wit
A WomanV Plot to Punish the Klujc
It Entire SucceKn.
"Will jour Mujusty grant mo ono la
vor?" asked an elegantly dressed gentle
man of King Charles the Tenth, of Swe
den, at tho lattcr'a palace in Stockholm,
on the morning of the 14th ot March,
"A favor, Gilderstrcene! Certainly!"
replied the young King. "What is it?"
"It is very little to your Majesty, and
yet to him whom it concerns a great
deal. In a wtfrd, I want you to pardon
"Sixterblatt!" cried the King. "The
blasphemous rascal, who is to be execu
ted to-morrow, for saying that Martin
Luther was an ignorant zealot."
"What If lie did? lie is a friend ot
"Qilderstreeuc," said the King, "you
have saved my life, and I would gladly
do almost anything xor you. But do not
ask me to stay the hand of the execu
tioner. The Swedish people arc in a
bad way. The throne is assailed by un
known pamphleteers. Religion is villi
fied everywhere. Thank God we have
caught that foul-mouthed Sixterblatt,
and his fate 6hall be a warning to all
other evil disposed persons."
Young Gilderstrcene could not rcprc3s
an exclamation of contempt as the King
"So your Majesty refuses to paidon
Sixterblatt?" he askt'd, haughtily, as he
rose from his chair.
"Not only do I refuse to pardon him,
but I order you to be present at his ex
ecution, which shall be accelerated, and
ake'place at two o'clock this afternoon 1"
Gilderstrcene was about to saj some
thing very unpleasant to his Majesty,
but an officer entered the room, aad the
King said to him :
"Stadler, go to the criminal piisou,
and tell the Warden there that Sixter
blatt must be executed at two o'clock
The officer looked somewhat sur
prised upon receiving this strange er
rand; but lie bowed, and departed to
periorm the mission with which the
King had intrusted him.
A few minutes later he told the War
den of the criminal prison that the King
wanted Sixterblatt to be executed at two
o'clock that afternoon, and that his
Majesty would be present himself.
"This is terrible," said the Warden,
"we expected all along that Sixterblatt
would be pardoned."
"The King.says he must die."
"Very well. I will break tho news to
the poor fellow."
"Sixterblatt had at one time been the
wit of Stockholm.
An unusually handsome man, he had
had many love afftirs with some of the
foremost ladies of the Swedish capital.
But, having refused to do homage to the
daughter of Bishop Sgarrenaer,of Stock
holm, he had been arrested for the
J- 7 . .vc uiilks he had made about
Blrtin .Luther, who irt that time was
considered the patron saint of Sweden.
At first, after his arrest, Sixterblatt
had made light of his fate; but when
the King had declard tnat the offense
was an exceedingly grave one, and when
the Judges of the Criminal Court
ordered him to be subjected to the tor
ture of the thumb-screws, he became
alarmed and when he was informed that
he should die for his crime, his despair
knew no bounds.
He had but one friend, young Gilder
strcene, and he was generally believed
to be the King's favorite.
Under ordinary circumstances, Gilder
streene could have obtained almost any
favor from his Sovereign. But Charles
the Tenth had become apprehensive that
seditious subjects might dethrone him,
and imbued with the stupid notions of
the period, he thought that any one who
attacked the Lutheran Church was also
a moral enemy to the Crown.
So Sixterblatt, despite Gilderstreene's
jjtercesflion, was ordered to suffer death.
ewHLiacs btiore two o'clock in
- the afternoon obhe day in question, the
King, accompanied by Gilderstreene and
two assistants, arrived at the criminal
The Warden received him.
"Ycur Majesty," said that official, "I
tave served you faithfully "
"What are you driving at?" asked the
KInp, with a scowl.
"Farc'on the unfortunate Sixterbktt!"
exclaimed tho diguitary, lerventlr-
"He must die!" said the Kinr, coldly.
"Do your duty. Is the hcaasmwi pres
ent?' "Ho is, your Mjesty,"j
"Call him. I want to speak to him."
The headsman arrived. Ho was a tall,
repulsive looking man .
"Master Swensen," said the King,
"arc you ready for your job?"
"Aye, aye, King," said the beadsman,
in a tone of familiarity, which no one
but he was permitted to assume.
"ITavo you seen the culprit?" asked
"I have; I never saw a man take his
"So he does not want to die?"
"I never yet saw a person that did.
But this Sixterblatt is the worst fright
ened man I ever laid my hands on."
"Did he say anything about me?"
"Your Majesty, he did; but respect
prevents mo from telling you what he
"Ha! he then abused me?" cried the
"Indeed, he did!"
"Make him suffer for it, Master Swen
sen," said the King.
Half an hour later, the unfortunate
Sixterblatt was brought in. Upon be
holding the King he fell upon his knees
and implored his Majesty's mercy. The
King shook his head and said:
"Let the enemies of the throne and
altar perish ! Master Swensen, do your
Gilderstreene averted his face. Sixter
blatt, whose handswere tied, was placed
in an arm chair, to which his legs were
fastened. Then the Warden of the
prison uttered a brief prayer, the King
saying, "Amen!" with the utmost unc
tion. The scene which now ensued was
horrible beyond description..
The executioner bared the culprit's
neck and tlien cut his throat with a
small knife from ear to ear.
Tucn he violently jerked back the
head of the victim, who expired in a
Charles the Tenth then took Gilder
streene's arm and went with him to the
loyal park, where they drank a bottle of
Thereupon they parted, the King re
turning to the palace, while Gilder
streene went to see a French modiste, to
whom he related what had occurred.
"But this is horrible!" exclaimed the
vivacious Parisienne. "I did not know
that King Charles the Tenth was so
"He is more of a fool than anything
else," replied Gilderetreens. "I wish
now I had not saved his worthless life.
O, for a chance to punish him for what
he lias done to-day."
The modiste from Paris was as clever
nnd nhrfiwd as she was nrettv. J
Putting her soft arms round tho young
Swedish courtier, she said to him:
"Ronald, I know a way to punish the
"Do you, indeed? lot us hear your
"They say ho is superstitious "
"Very. I never saw a more supersti
"Very well. You told me once he
liked to go out late at night. Can you
bring him to this house at the very hour
"I can. But what will happen?"
She kissed her lover, and whispered
in his car.
"You shall have revenge,
Leave everytning to me."
Gilderstreene passed the evening with
Charles the Tenth. The King, as usual,
drank a great deal of wine. Shortly
after 11 o'clock, the young courtier said
to him :
"Your Majesty does not perhaps know
the prettiest woman in Stockholm?"
"And who is she, Gilderstreene?"
"A most bewitching French woman.
She calls herself Adeline Narbonue. A
prettier brunette cannot be found."
"By St. Gustavus!" cried the King
"let us visit her!"
The two men went out. When they
entered the house of Milr. Narbonne,
they were suddenly seized by two masked
men, who hustled them into a dark room,
where they were placed upon two chairs.
A few minutes afterward the room was
dimly lighted. Then a few men entered.
One of them looked very much like
King Charles the Tenth. He was heav
ily ironed. Then a block was brought
in, and a tall man, dressed in crimson
velvet, and carrying a flashing sword in
his right hand, stepped in.
"Die, tyrant!" he cried.
The chained man who bore the strong
resemblance to the King, put his head
on the block. The man in crimson
velvet raised his sword. Then the light
But in the darkness a supplicating
voice resounded. It was that of the
"St. Gustavus!" he cried. "Save me!
A few days afterward the K;ng, who
had never left his bed after leaving the
house ot the French woman, was found
In his clenched hand was found a
paper containing the following words:
'The warning came in time. Life
was long a burden to me. The throne
and the altar are in greater danger than
ever." "Cakoixs Rkx."
What spectacle can be more melan
cholly than that of a narrow-minded,
superstitious, and cruel ruler, who died
from terror in consequence of a dismal
farce arranged by a sharp French
woman? Gilderstreene eventually mar
ried Mile. Xarbonne, and was at one
time Swedish Embassador at Ratisbon.
The Land of Flowers.
Fieri'"' i" no1 thr par&dir" tha it has
be-':i rprc ' to b . Iiv lii- o
go there for tlr het? , roprr th t.e
dens? fogs that er.rt much of th tino
aro extremely disagreeable, making tao
"atmosphere so damp vs to render
clothing unbearable 5a the morning
until it has been dried by the fire."
These fogs of course come at intervals,
but when they do come they are worse
than any we ever have at the North.
The most of Northern invalids stop at
Jacksonville; and "the land ot flowers"
that they had read about looms up a
desert of sand at least in the streets of
and adjoining that town. A great many
Northerners visit Florida every winter
as explorers of the promised land, but
very few purchase and remain there.
There is no society there outside the
villages, and the lands have to be culti
vated without much manure, a3 cattle
are never stabled, and what little they
produce is scattered over the unienced
pastures. But very little grass can be
made to grow there, and the consequence
is tne little butter made is very poor.
The growing of oranges is the principal
occupation of agricultural Northerners,
and that business is not always a suc
cess, as after the trees have been culti
vated for years at great expense, u
"norther" is liable to come and kill them
all . The western 'counties of Florida,
the best section of the State as regards
health, beauty of scenery, richness of
soil, etc., unfortunately has too much
"ebony" for the good of the white people,
and where pig-raising and poultry-breeding
are a very uncertain business, the
negroes having heard that "to the vic
tor (stealer) belong the spoils." The
Northern people are mostly settling in
the eastern counties along the St. John's
river, where alligators bask in the sun
upon its banks by the hundred. The
thermometer last December stood at
Jacksonville as low as 28, 32, and U4
degrees, but usually it stands at noon in
the winter season-Af G5 to 80 degrees in
the shade. Wjthin twenty years it has
fallen as low as 25 degrees, when orange
trees were generally killed. If it we're
not for these coltM-'nprthers" that sweep
down with icy coldness on some occa
sions, the growing of oranges would be
a very profitable business for Northern
men to follow. N. Y. Graphic.
Ilis Own Doctor.
A man of high intelligence, well edu
cated and ot vigorous understanding in
most things, was nevertheless given to
the practice of self-tormenting in regard
to Ihe state of his'health. He was fairly
robust, ate and drank well, slept easily,
walked with remarkable energy, was
capable of service and long-sustained
mental labor and of much physical ex
ertion. Unluckily for himself, he bciran
to study domestic medicine, and straight
way a too active imagination led him to
simulate in his own case the symptoms
of almost every disease be had happened
to read of. He was apoplectic, para
lytic, rheumatic; he had heart disease,
his lungs were affected, his liver was con
gested; gout threatened him; his vision
became enfeebled; obscure sensations
alarmed him as to the state of his Drain;
fevers of one kind or other were perpet
ually hatching in his system. Tne man's
life became a burden and misery to him;
he half-killed himself with terror, and
nearly succeeded in getting poisoned by
a succession of varied and opposing
At last he was cured. Reading the
symptoms of a condition from which it
is physiologically impossible that men
should recover, he found to his horror
that each particular symptom was dis
tinctly marked in his own case. He
wcut over the ground again and again ;
each renewed examination only served
to bring out the symptoms with more
alarming distinctness. Then the affair
became too ludicrous; a hearty fit of
laughter dissipated not only that partic
ular ailment, but all the rest, and the
sufferer was cured. English Congre
gationalist. Rubenstine who was sentenced to be
hanged for the murder of Sarah Alex
ander in New York, has been granted a
stay of execution until his case is re
viewed by the general term of the Su
At our request Cragm & Co., of Phila
delphia, Pa., have promised to send any
of our readers gratis (on receipt ot 15
cents to pay postage) a sample ot
Dobbin's Electric Soap to try. Send
plfLife is short, but how precious ! We should
do all we can to prolong it. Check a cough or
cold at once, by utlng Ellert's Extract of Tar
and Wild Cherry. Sold by all druggutc.
In thee dsjs, wnen me country is flooded
with worthless imitations. It is pleasant and
profitable to come across genuine medical prepara
tions of merit, such as Dr. Green's Family Med
iclans. Tbiv are prepared from the formula of a
J3ff Humors in horsei and cattle, which, if
neglected, often result in serious constitutional
maladies, can be cured by daily doses of Unele
Sam's Condition Powder.
Headache. There are various causes for
headache. a derangement of the circulating sys
tem, of the digestive organs, oi the nervous syj.
Urn, etc Vegctlae can be snld to be a sure rem
edy for many kinds of headche, as it act di
rectly upon the various causes of this complaint
nervousness, indigestion, costiveness. rheuma
tism, neurlgia, biliousness, etc. Try the Veg
etlne. Yen will never regret It.
y If y:ur local dealer does not keep Uncle
Sam't Harnew Oil, insist that he order it In his
invoice of goods. He will and it a profitable ar
ticle to sell because It is very popular wherever
known. Manuiactured by the Emaart Proprie
tary Co., Chicago, 111.
Summit Nurwr et, Minneapolis, Minne
sota 16 acres of closely p antcc choice varie
ties of Fruit irees. among wiitch I have a large
stock of genuine Weal hv appletrees. Tits fam
ous apple originated :n Minneseta, and is univer
sally pronounced the coming app.e of America
It originated fiom crab set d. and Is as harti a:
aa oik. mid as Urge ss ihe Dachcss f Oldenburg
or Ben DiUs, and its qua Ity drst cl?-. iea;on
November to 31 arch. Send ior catalozne. r or
tree or scions, apply to I. n. JiOlTLTON, 3iia
Fluid Lightning instantly cures Neuralgia,
Nervous and tick Headache. Rheumatism and
all nervous pain. Drussl-ts keep It.
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M'r " prs-feltg
th"' :. ' -" r ley"'
L-v ' r- ' - . ' ' ;. . - i' 1 e:ois
-vfc.eia. i.r-or o: " - n Ar - c SIn-
ck- -nccot;rt'y trert--; ?.n' tven s.' oders
LV.v Zr'fi . Sltvfo'i'." h-ycrf-co i:erainl
Wts.-.- .w or p-'vi?- ciew c' s.y 1'fc ' tr cnar
it - h" utder' Ut. i c - t-j circ. sid' J
wl. 3i. prober trjv:Mer.t..-,r dls-ssea ptCTili;'
to tbelr "t- '. . .e ers containing 6tampa for
rcp'v o:'-pv an? -yti c
Ovhvliatutifrit. oe4d for circular. Address
Lioc'i: 1k.. ". or cau at oice. blV icrry eueet.
THE CENTRAL YEAST CAKE.
Tbls Yeaat ha hy l'- jrenuiue merit won the
favor of all who have tried it. It iJ made from
the fine-t hoDf and best irrain that cn be ob
tained In t.ie United fctattsls DUt up In tin
fol! wrappers, wh cty will preserve Its strength in
any climate. Warranttd to se eatlsfactlon.
Ask your grocer for the "Central."
Last Chance. The Chicago, Burlington A
Qnincy K. It. Co. desire to ulve noiice to the
farmers of Soutnern Iowa that the last opportu
nity Is offered In 1S70 to purcbae the remnant of
its lands (which perhaps scj jln their larnis) on
IQytars credit GwlO percent Interest, ot at less
prices on five jears or two jears credi, or for
cah. AinlllI"oltheIaid rcma'nimjin anyone
county, with pm e- nd terms of rale, will be
forwarded to anv ouf on nppl ication to the local
asent, or to A.'E Tul'ZALIN. Land Commis
rioncr, Purlin;:" n. w
Dr. Scheiiek'rt M.uil:trt ICt medle. The
standard remedies for all diseaces of the luuzs
are Sche5ck": Pulmonic Sykcf. Sciiesck' 5k
Weed Ton c, and Sche.nck's Mandrake Pills.
and if taken before the lungs are deetrojed. a
i-peedy cure Is effecud. To these three medi
cine Dr. J. II. bebenck, of Pniladelph.a, owes
his unrivalled iucces in the treatment of pnl
monarv dl-ea'-e. The Pulmonic Syrno npenn
the morbid matt-r hi thelun.'s nature throw- it
offby an easy expectoration, tor when the phltgm
or natter Is rl;e. a slight cough will throw it oif,
the patient has re-t and the luns begin to heal.
To enable the Pulmonic :yrp to do thK
chenckV Mandrake Pills and 1-clienck's bea
Weed Tonic mu-t be freely n-ed to cleanse the
s-tonnch ard liver. Scln-nck' Mandrake Pills
act on the liver, remouns; all obstructions, rela
the sal' Madder, the bile -tarts freely, and the
liver is soon rel.eed. t-chenck'- Sea Wtcd Tonic
is a gentle stimulant ana alterative, the alkali of
which it is composed mixes with the frod and
prevents tourini:. It assi-ts the digestion by
toning up the stomach to a healthy condition, so
that the food and the Pulmonic ryrup will make
pood blood; then the luugd heal, and the patient
will rurely get weP if care is taken to prevent
Ir.-h cold. -All w ho wish to consult Dr. Schenck,
either personilly or by letter, cm do so at his
pniicitI oilice. corner oftsixlh and Arch street-.
Philadelphia, every Monday, bchenck'a medicine-
are sold by all druggists throughout the
612, 614, 616 ft 618 N. MAIN ST.
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assortment of every class oi
goods used or sold by
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HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS,
By Dr. Bocd Diorcvery. No Knife! No
Can-tlcl NoPW-ter-1 NolMlnl Kcmtdir? -eat
to aav par of the country. Pamphlets !;
ticn art cnt ir. i Andre, -snth -tncip. DR. U.
T lt D. .,J North Pros'l t . PH!i- nhM. Pa.
Iowa Collegre of Law,
At lKS 3IUI5F.
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T! mWW OF 10DKH3 CHEMISTRY
SaniMillian anil its Associates.
(UhMre m Sen aad Felt aa Tkey Dallf
Occur after Uiln- a Few Do of
THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
I. Coc4 rint. iipfarns f wkai. UafQsr.
laiJtoly; menu icl hrJnf t of flt& ts.i tondr. .
X Stnnr-b iccr. irii: tajroTti. rrlub Kr food,
o nore uar erueuuoni or wrtrh. !4 diiucn.
Mia tad cniuturle-1 i!r. "k-a 'rwa al norc.
5. Drf-ra;e or poli. t'.jtciin. prl. - '
looks eltiz and t;lthy. ti arm' -i3-d trvia iU tnrtid
kai clocij irrr3e v el.. iaerrr cr tctxr ooltr,
mxitt rif rretly fren tho tlidjcr Urea! tto urtlarm
withic: i u or ocAliis j. littlo or no ediaet. no piin or
WtlkOMI. . ,
4. Mirkol diminution of jnntity nl fi-imncy or 1
folnnury wetienicf diicairgf(if Sv:Mt."w).w"k
etruinty of rn2nen euro Incrifl trtrjtii exaititn.
In tho itcnuni f.'Qii, mi fua:Uoail tiroaj rutum
to tho eTtr2l o.-jinj
5 Vollow tings on tt white of tb tj. tad th twiner.
t3"ron rrr't ot th ilia canfd to clr. liMij
aad healthy c!or. , .
6. Those o.avncg from etk or ulrd lnt or
tnlerdet will rlie frtit boneat In irrtertia tntly
th? tou?h rhlni or mucni frcm thstnaji. ir tl. brcaehl
or wiaitir?. threat or head. diaiic!hin of tho freicney
of eou?h. f tatral inert a of itnnirth Hiroahoct th yt
Uns. itcnne of uijh tau aud f.aic aad flif of
wtakr-aroun the aak!. li. ihoulltr. ete.eiuo
cf coliaci thillt.eao of uSocatuu. card brtattlaiaa.
riroxysnisof conRhtn ljm down cr aritin in tho mr
inf. AUtheedntreiiintjmrtom gradually aal araly
'"r A?day afur day tho HABilAPARILUA !i
Uiea. new osjrai of returning health will airear: aj tat
lltwd tr.rroTe in itrecgth anlfuriy. d.ea wUl dila-
uh. and ill foreign and ltanr dcixit. nMM. lunorm.
cancer, hard luia; t. tic. U- rrioue i aay and th nnaoaad
KiaJi.i'in'l anl t.alth ulcrr. fever res. ijrhtluo aorta,
enronio eUn dieaei uridually dii-itrr
8. In cat whero tho ojfieia hat l-tn ilitato-i. an4
Mtrcury. CJuicVsiHer. Corrtio nWiri'i lino nneiflo
oontatuent of tho aiier:!-! trvi;aniit) aciitd la
ioiacaseaith Hjd ,! I'U."M t.-ve accumalat-d and
become deposited in the Uiaet. joint, etc . eaaln cant or
tho boaeo, ncku. tjmil currature ent.irti n. whit
(wellinzo, Tincoto teino, etc. tho AK-HPAKIt-lil
! will reaolvo away tliecs trit aad titemiaa
tho virus of tho dieae from the trtteta
9. If thowwhoaro takicg the medicine! forthoemro
f Chronic, Seroful&ui or gyr-hiliuc difaft. hoTorlow
ay to tho euro, "feel letter." aad 6nd their general healU
liarroTinx. their Ceih and weight intreatingor eren kerll
iU own. it n a fare eicn that the eur it rrtureMing. la
theee disaee the ratient either geu tetter or worae the
inu of the diaeat :t not inactive if not axree'.ed and d rivet
from the blood, it will irread aad conUnu t undennine the
ooniatntion Aeeoonaathe !iAintPAKII.LIA!l
maket the ratient "feel letter," every hour tou will grow
better and increais in health, etrenrth aa 1 ch
T,.mit nnnrif thit nmtdru in diaeaeet thatlhreatea
eath u in Conjumptioa of tfio I.uuga and Tuterculonj
Fbthuie. Scrofula, Pyr'O"1 Diaee. Watting. Degenera
tion and UloeraUon of tlio Kidneyt. l)iaUte. Moj.f age of
Water inantijion relief afforded where cathetere hava
to be need, time doing away with the rinful operation ,t
wing theee inetrumentt). duolving etone in tne b.ad l lev.
and in ail cait of Infiammation of the U!aJJr and Kid
ti. In ehronio easel of luoorrhea aad Uterine diteuel
In tuDore. nwlM. hard lun;ie and ijrhitoid ulcere. In
4ropy; in venereal tore thrt. ulcere, and in tubercle tt
lhelnge; in gout. djiri. rbeuinatitm. rickeu. iu mer
nnal detxitiU it It in theo terrible fiss ci diitaie. where
tie human body hai become a eoiarleta wreck, and where
areqr hour of exutenre it tnrture. wherein thit great remedy
ehaUengee the aatniehaient and admiration of the tick. II
U in inch caiei. where all the pleaeure of exittenca atrtr
eat off fmm the unf.irtunate. and by ltt wonderful, alooft
aapernatural agency, it rettoret the horeleet to a new life
and new exittence where thie great retaedy etanda aloae la
itl might and rower.
-lM the ordinary ikm dieeaaee that every oneieerr
Matawjbl4 with, a tew ao'? tii in uo-iri,o -koMlealatva-taare
aggravated furmi. work a perBaaeal
XhoM aMirted with ehrenie dieetaei ahenld pnrehaea
aackage oontainm one doiea bcttlei. Price 91 per doat.
r par hall tea VitUef, or 91 ft bottle. Soli J
"Will Afford Instant Ease.
INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNKTS.
INFLAMMATION OK 1IIK inIM)i'K.
INFLAMMATION OF TilK KOWELS.
cNi.r.-rinN ur the lung
SOItE TIIKOAT. DIFIICl I.r lllinATHINu.
TAU'ITATION Or IHE IIEAKI.
HYsrEuic. citorr mrHriiEKiA.
CATAHKIl. INKU'EN.A. 1IEMHCIIE.
loornciiE. jiumcs m:ui;ai.iiia.
KHEUMATIaM. COLD LiIM.LS, AGI'C CHILt.3
Tie Frlicat.en cf tie II CI II T ftl.t IKPlo tin
pitt or (arts wfcre t!iv paia or dnlicuKy exuu will altore
TKeotr lrrs is. Slf a '.nmM-r cf wttrwill In a r
sonien. fit- fit. UPS HPAbMS. MlCI! STOMACH
HEAitrntitN.sici: h:aivciie. uiakkiila. uv
ENTEUY. COLIC. VIN1 IN THE UOWL'I. aai all
Tnvlr ahonld alwaje carry a lettle of RAD W A T'
IKl.II.Fwitriiim Ah-virofiia water will frefsal
nckcm or ;iuu from change of r.
IT lb lJETTElt rilAN KRSVCII KNDT OK BIT
TEUS AS A STIMI'LANT
Prlco 50 Cent-. SM !y IrnKClU
BR. HAD WAY'S
Vrf.ctly tatl. inant!y ceate4 with twe? jn-n. anre
terulat. ronr. rlfans; n1rtniiJ3 IIIOtVAI M
IIl,I.V for tl.e curol a!l durifr of the bfciraach
Liver. Uiwele. Kidny. Iliad lere. Nereoiw Dia'. Ht4
ao, Cnnitiriia, 'mttvea", Indicetivn, Hjr;eit.
Uk!lioant;a. liilhoae I-er Inflinniatiiu f the IloweU,
rile, and all Irani'rarnt" of tre Icfrsal V)r War
ranted to eSc: a i.tuv ciir rurIjr Tieutle cenUia
ln no ra"rcurj. ramerile or deletenoae drc(.
T01r.e the fc.ilouinK eymftome rf iil'inc fron Bi
e4rrflf tt l)iteti lriani
CoaiUritloa. Inward Til" l"cllne it tke 31.1 la IS.
Ilead. AciJIiTof 0. Winiicfc. L'auea lltarttan. D.'jcrt
f Fowl. lullneu or Veijht ia the htnrcaAh, Kinr .n.rtv
uoae Finkinr er Ilntvrinc at th I'll of the f-w oMh.
Hwimmirn of the ll-ad. Hurried aad IliCieilt Rr.athitr
Klnena? at th IIart. ChoVinor Sa7.atin S-ntle
when in a lnn;riieture. Oiran-M of Viflnn. IKit" or Weki
bfor"the h'tht. Fever aid DjII lainin th Hevl. I!.ea
ey of I'crsrirition, Yellowneee of tr skin and V.jt. I'a.t
In the Fide, Ch't, Limae, and sudd'n noehee ef Utei
Barcuic ia the Fleah
Afcwdoeee ot KAOWAT'M 1'ILLM wnllree .at
ytteni froa all the atov nacind di-Tarr Price 83
rVata per box. ROLD BY DitrcoiT-.
Ked "FAME A.fD TltrfV
Heat one lettr etanrp tuBAIIWAT 1 'f"f rv. S
Warrea Mret. Yrli. Uiora-a-Jca wert
taeanaja willj-nt yn
PniL.AHEI.PFUA and NEW VRK. r-
jntlltlrs raarkcl ith thfir ctae a-i- r r.Sde: '
The Keystone Mannfactnrirjrj Co.
Of STEKLING. ILLINOIS.
Manufactures the Celebrated
Keystone Corn Planter,
Keystone Sulky Rake
Keystone Corn Shelters,
Keystone Seed Sower
Keystone Cidei Mills;
Kejfstone Feed Cutters.
Patent Stove Pipe Shelves,
gjMf They Sell at aiebt-
2 Over 200.000 ulread:
sold. Acent wantei
all over tlio U. S. Prlc
to Agents reduced.
Sample Kent for $2.00
9. B. Olmsted. Bcloit, Wis
Alio Mucsiactarer o:
BELOIT FEED M1XLS
and FEED MILL EXTUAS.
be nd for clrcnlar? .
"National Hand Corn Planter.
F1ET IX 1E.
Se sd for Clrctt'ir.
POPS BALD WIS.
To LoaQ in Iowa. Etern tbrkm,
Upon IsspMTrcl fare, in ois of 50O acd
npwtzds, lor atrra of 2 to 5 jvars , interest ai 10
per Cent, payable eol jcscs lr.
Facdg sappHea en bholt xoncz.
School lionet Wanted ApoIt'o
BUKSHAM & TULLETK
il' ci ICf
1R'i . -yiwafci
row .-.- !'!?J35r3:-iKrr:.
. vs-: 'i7zZi'xLr wo. ir.r.f C...I
fTC1??. I . 1 Kl 111 in.J A I.I'll V
ImI.'O ti l an-r f r"
r Mlrfton rmr j . k ' ' (
ji 11 1 l"
.". In (.till -l
, . iai ttii"r li
&b l"r.Ml."" I . I " .!.
1 , I . 1. t t 1 r whir .
w i.r , 1 1 t.ii 'to i Finl v ' 1 ti. 1 t
.1 1 Vni ll I . t n 1" Til ''! '; a. i'i '
'i 1 jirtn iiiin I I v '. .I I tt r 4 n
1 r iiidi'i t n' I f It rt ' irv "ti ! t nut I '
1 r u mi r 1 . I t' t '
ttlk' IUiilr-l WctMl t iilnliiciic anilAi-t
tour l.iin." t.liin liner nt ! K 'ihi'ni.vil'ti
rn in 1 nil' I ' ! -'' xr 1 H.n 'n I
ml I r U 'i . t.. I l r . ti . I r . I
ipiK'S irrallnii'"" ' 'in . anil 1 ('vni?u
.r 't l' th - . I I r -
Ii'a 4);m .I.Ml.-l - tl.l.llll.ll-lliK
'i , it I n J ' ' l. !! I "
. lii'tntc I 1. 1.' t' ain 1 ant i'u 1011 . !" -ll!l'lllnlnl
4l lot:iin( iii.ilncu'' f tit- 1
r ,i .t ' t 'f tittle vir ti" ti i.r th in
1 I wij iitin 1 'nrr 1 ill' n tt 1. 111 1 'i
r-.vi:..ai. ii , n n t n f.- ,IJ t
B. K. BLISS &. SOJS,
V.tJ. !!o Vi.3JIS. : WJnr-Lj-l.. .V-.
"TNION SEEU ! ORION SEED !
Onlnu S.t.il In Iirs'c or -mVl innti'lc-wnr
rantitl iifw ntnl rt-lhiitU -J rul it tin- ltt
cnIirMUf AI-11. Ml k t .'.-. oi rielil. Flower
suit flmili-ii Sft'tl'..
CuUSout ? t 11 -il 1 rMtltin.
.IOICDAN A WALTON.
Ill L'3il -tiuct I)n.:;i'i't. lowft-
liMrnirft P f" n ft America, r
nipavoHt'ecUw KoneJ RsfDDi!ed-
Bl" 1 I1HK T Ir 1 11 the grower, poftacit itf
T.pre.r.;.s il. 11. 't ri't f'r 1, true aistl r lloMe
fit-. 1 rnu jinl i"l a' lif.il nnv tirrn In Anicrin
!nititilltv.tini tw rrlicn. cnd for tny Wmj'lfnl
lllu-irntvil i-tl utrtlone itfi'l ftunlen Onldr
rrci , cla' f rlrc to nrilriicrn Kflxv .
1! tfiit'MW AY. Stxl (truwcr. I oiicfu.i!. Ill
Vl K HlN:Ji. 1 IiUSHttSOFTllE
HEM' 0SAh Ki: IN T!l. SIAKKKI'.
For r-u.m:)lo nml price, .ulilrvx.
s. J. nrirr at co.,
Wf luV4Jiint piirrliitril H)(IO
llr-t-4 ln- rtituoAHiHl orijitii,
t..r tl.f-l'KIMil K lK,iiiiil
.. Itl ...II tlielll 111 III. li,rE4t
lUcount Ii4.ui rniltirjr irltr
ra.T .illtiretl. i.tiiih m ij
meiit. i" l4 "HHImli.ri
...u.n.lMr .iiiiirt rl v tir alO to
,, iiitmllily. t utaloiif with full raplH
uiitlon M'nt fr"!. .......
KKKH-. TKMI'1.1: F MIT-Jir.
U2 Vhii Itureii st (.hit ago.
Cut th oat and eucloc It In jour lett'-r.J
the i4oi.i i:i:ijaijle"
K 1 C H A R D S
Power Corn Sbeliers & Separators
Stil! in the Field !
To MifJI Fr-tHl Corn.
To jliil Cfpn or Damp (Virn,
To ihr Mot Snlitantlal and the
Ileal Machine In the Market,
AI', Btilllr f
Portable and CMDIMCO
Grain Elevators, &c.
A LAKGE fc OZK O?
SKCOND HAND j:NGIES I !
KlrhanN' Iron Work, rhlcjgo.
BURIAL GASE CO.,
STERI.ING, - EI.
E arc tte ONLY f.forr Inthf Zz.'jcC. Stat
tiit.nakcaSi'E-I VL.TY of
s'rtdJirCrctK -.rti Prre Ut liars cos.
rtaiUj (th hASii s. fs . 1 -. of
Trifliinp, LiEiEp aatt Mit
Elastic Tiass .".SmsS-S
p-..r. or .ssojxc. rsii crrtc c:. ay ti- .--IJ-u-.-ilrte.
fit isJi a
k. : -. -.
, 1 1 ta. d. mi
ILL. v b$$"
ZJL i iw- v
B. 0. S'JFQFD ?: CO.,
Iron Sollies awl Gaic Plows,
Dnflacco auu n,-lUk
.j h Wj k'j antl llliLni: :
Old Ground Plows
of - r.:r. bi 1 Irvtn alwl nvn
Vibratini; LTarrowa, Road
Scrapers. &c. &c.
rvi('h' t'lori trnpti turrit v kel
f 1 r urtj tne r.-e, iu Mr J.-a1er In a
.r m. ...ri t. t 1 re r in li W'et
. R ix' f 1 -.r tialkf arc warranted
tr...t j !lrt 1
It. I. !UFt)i:i aV CO.,
Itot-k Ulitiut. Ill
S1CKELS, PRESTOS k ADAMS,
ACn? lClvt?rlJo WtiH;!ln8 N
Am. t'.cau rrov Co. Sfrren.
r Qiito a.'i-n.r for I ivarnl Lit
Cattle Guard Pincers
f - i;ilylni: imllriry fence "tnt'la
to lte li-li . miiniii ctwiilt
r t r til
SAFE HfiD RSLIABB-g-
!I:tv u AVonk I.nnt;''
l:t' Von it Cmi'-'li rIl?
!I;;'u l'i In Ymirl.n-11't?
U:i' Ym imyTliroiil 1'i-'""'''''
! II.t-.i- Vti "iinsiiin!li-ii7
USB Dr.L. Q. 0. WISHARTS
PINS TUBE TAR CORDIAL,
ro Y--i V. it'.: uml l.'lHHnti!Y
u7 c u"i"m"i l't-r ft o : t in.lf;;.-U(.i
Oi. Ynti miiiiii':! Toitli'V
,-:u Yon N Vi';"1' ti-V
.... 011 11. 1 r.iiIMijr Vv?
4aw- - a 111 ill
)Yiiii u iafl t .lit St rMi'.r.M' ii':iI.IT?
TTSB Ba. LiT 0. f7iSIIART'3
PISE TfiEg TAR CORDIAL
Sold by nil DrutrirM.-.
SM'5 Ftlli'-rt t-tr . 1 hi'mltl'i. i-,P-
INSURE YOUR PROPERTY
Unriuil'fd IbU.',. Aut. CjijI. J:jMMX)0.
CAM! CAPITAL, 'M(l,niM) Oil.
CA-ir Asirr.. - :tno.n:io ai.
M. IIKTT1NGK1. IV-
Farm I'rj;i.rtj. Iw HIps". CLurrlica mini
rhool IIiB.' n.ru't aier'ai!y
I "oik I" iur(l tn bolli tliu (jtrmtr. arid Eo
Ilh lM'C,(;r. "" Hito k 'ilnn. itlne! flr ace!
THK r.KKMAN ln. ffaMler.tl 3 rcj.nUtlon
fur lair il'- Irs:. J ;irom;it aitia,tment ai.d ;ta
tarnt of liiv.
Knr .cer.r-je. In Live. Nc'Ti-ka or Dakota.
A. II. KI'JII.KIL'IEII.Cfn. lie'.,
You are Invited to examine
lll TTI.T. TITCIf
Thr are; via t u x'.l r '- Jar-ilr r ms
of-Traz tar,- . -i r THL LBT r.r&l
IOOSTATE-ST., Chicago. III.
Ajtscltitrw.?Soatt!s,cotjatrT A:-ct waL
favToa 11I Kxrz xotrr Ly por'-iMt'!? th--
eJrorrr ilitT. Tii' prt-f, ar lwer. nfi Bint
ia'iiaite - f uralibeU ttzi tSza wliit aay oUtvr
Yon fill fad i-i. etfe. Irn win r--.X cmll lfc3
laay huti. f -a r rr. -, a, ad tie - yrVe-
51.50 tc $2.00 A DAY,
lrtfl3 o Itvci. TIJOUA.S KK.tDiTiCK.If:
24 autl 2i t. Wnililr.Z .. -il Hit C.O
O, r. le fie i. I' 'Ac ; . K ' . lit Coiyt
is r..tijat. t. z D . F"V V .-y.ee.e
M r TJ - rt
( KO. a. 1'ALMEU r ' trk
tt. A'I". I'T'ip'l'tur.
S2 JE1E2Tl. JjQjyrm
IU,A I fliillKC t. . ! lulllr.
. Oft frANCY CARD.-j.T e Jlr. .. aaxae:. Ke :
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