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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (March 8, 1877)
As the buiuu streaas tin back again
To hcaies la the MM deep.
My thought tan sgala with gladeeae Sow.
Fresw far-away sielghts with rlevd and mow.
Tonerae la the nallowM leer ago.
Where their loved, lot Idols sleep.
Witt an eager bound from steep deelt&ef
laey loop with a rash I Bg fall.
Descending from drpt to depth below.
That Ttsse haa.-teored with wand of snew
On heights thsTo'ersbadow long ago.
Like b death scene's dreary palL
From the glades and frost king's breath escaped.
They glide through a fanny plain.
And warned by tie breath of wlnda that Mow
The tweet of fragrant flow'ra that grow
Mid loTea of youth. In loig ago.
They anear their hosie again.
And they now with smite naraallng flaw.
Low-break on the golden strand.
And. loit to the tense, with raptarego
To seek their beloved In long ago.
Afar froBi the height , the clond and tnow
Of the Present' distant land.
-HL Louis Republican.
The World of Fashion.
The Different Miades and Varieties
8llka-IUnU About Millinery.
One of the novelties is Persian silk
in very bright colors, softened by
graver ones, in the intricate geometri
cal Persian patterns that have become
bo familiar. These designs are also
shown in mixtures of silk and wool
that are light enough for summer
The soft yielding silks in brocaded or
damask designs are largely imported in
very light qualities, scarcely heavier
than the plaid Louisness so long in
vogue. Leaf patterns will remain
stylish among these, and especially
what the French c.ill feuille fossile, or
skeleton leaves on a ground of darker
Grenadines are more largely imported
in dark colors than they have been for
many seasons. Until last summer im
IKirtations were almost entirely con
lined to black ; but last year the colored
grenaoines came into favor, and will be
very generally worn next season in
dark blue, brown, myrtle, green and
Very small checks and very fine hair
stripes will be shown for summer silks.
The first choice in these will be designs
that mingle the two shades so closely
that at a short distance they appear to
be all one color. Two shades of seal
brown, two of dark blue, and the con
trasts of black with white and gray
from the bulk of these importations.
inesame soft cashmere finish seen
on colored silks is liked for black gros
grains, and the medium grain is also
chosen. There will, however, be few
dresses made entirely of black gros
grain, as the variety of damask, ar
mure, and brocaded silks, is largely in
creased, and many of these are so incon
spicuous in design that the most quiet
tastes will be pleased.
Evening silks are brocaded in all the
designs just noted, and are accompa
nied by gros grains of similar shades.
Tilleul green and yellow shades, deeper
than the cream color of last year, are
those most largely imported. For even
ing dresses there are also gauzes of
delicate tints in the silk designs. For
bridal toilettes are very heavy poults
desoie in all the blanc shades.
.Novelties are shown in the light
gauzes for evening dresses. Among
these are plush stripes half an inch
wide, with armure stripes between.
These are cream, tilleul, pale blue, and
canary color. Very rich brocaded de
signs between velvet stripes are shown
in these light colored gauzes. Lilac,
meuve, lavender, and other kindred
hues are revived, and the clear sea
foam green without the yellow of til
leul is also shown.
The smallest armure figures will be
probably the first choice for the silks
that are used as parts of costumes in
combination with tiros rrrain ti,
are tiny oblong horizontal figures, like
parallelograms with their ends rounded.
They are shown in a loBg list of colors,
such as moss green, gros blue, myrtle,
cream, etc They will be used for
pnncesse dresses, polonaises, and for
basques with tabliers.
Tue new self-colored gros grains have
the soft cashmere finish, with demi
lustre, and medium reps, neither very
heavy, like poplin, nor too small, as in
taffeta. The colors that predominate
are blue, brown, dark steel and smoke
shades. Of brown shades, seal brown
will remain in favor; the largest im
portations of blue are indigo tints; green
ranges from the creamy tilleul, or lin
den, to dark bouteille and myrtle green
-Bourette is offered as a novelty, but
has already been made known to our
readers by Madame Baymond's letters
and the importations of the fashiona
ble modistes. It is a rough-surfaced
fabric, made of waste silks of different
shades, and in contrasting colors. The
ground is twilled, or is comparatively
smooth, and is almost covered with
rough raised figures in irregular damask
patterns, that are most stylish as they
are most irregular.
Importations of spring silks will be
smaller than they have been for years.
The largest buyers have been exceed
ingly cautious in their purchases, on
account of the advance in the price of
raw silk and because of the depressed
condition of the country. European
manufacturers are also complaining of
the hard times, and have not attempted
to produce many novelties, hence we
have the discouraging message that
there will be very few new designs and
these will be marked at higher prices
than silks have been selling within the
last, three Years.
The milliners are anticipating very
few novelties, this season. Chip bon
nets of ecru shades continue in vogue,
but a great number of fancy straws
will also be imported. There will be
bonnets partly of chip and partly of
lace straws, with brims of one and
crowns of the other. The capote shape,
it is predicted, will prevail. The fronts
of all bonnets will be close against the
face, but there will be some variations
in the crowns. Trimmings will be tied
closely around the crown, and follow
its outlines, instead of being massed in
bows and loops. A great many flowers
will be used, especially in wreaths And
half garlands. tfarptT' Bazar
The Pake f the Stag f DatMaty.
The King's palace is situated in the
suburb of Abomey, called Jegbeh. a
couple of miles southwest of Abomey
proper. It stands about half a mile to
the left of the road leading from the
coast to the capital, the residence of
Hahansu, the heir to the throne, being
at the fork of the roads, one of which
leads to Abomey and the other to Jeg
beh. Externally nothing more is visi
ble than a high wall of red mud, thickly
stuck with cockle-shells, and having at
frequent intervals a gate, with a high
pitched roof of thatch, and earthen
benches, also under cover, on either
side. The area of the palace within
the walls is about jnjual to that of Ke-
gents Park, while before each pwe
shed, as the covered gate-houses are
called, is a large open space, cleared of
trees and obstructions, wherein trooi
dance and go through their military
evolutions, such as they are.
The inside of the-palace is divided
into a series of large courtyards, with
intricate mazes of passages between
them, and it is the delight of a Daho
mian host to bewilder his host by con
ducting him through court after court
ere he reaches the audience chamber.
In the innermost court the private
apartments of the King are situated,
consisting of mere barn like structures,
kept scrupulously clean by frequent
sweeping and lirne-washing. Around
the Amazonian Koo-si, or leopard wives,
the actual wives of the King, each have
their separate suit of apartments, or
huts; while leyond the Amazon body
guard have their quarters, to the num
ber of perhaps four thousand. In ona
of the courts a shed is erected about
twenty feet square, with a high gable
roof, surmounted by a silver image of a
treewith an anteloie eating the branch
es, and a bird building its nest thereon.
The tree denotes the King, and the bird
and antelope, representing the Dahoiiii
an people, show that the King provides
shelter and nourishment for his sub
jects. "Within the shed is a mysterious
something carefully wrapped up in a
cloth, wherein the spirit of the present
King is said to reside. This is carefully
guarded by a priestess, who, after the
death of the King, is the recipient of
his soul, and is consulted by the feti
chists. When the King has an import
ant matter in hand, he consults this
eustos spiritus, and during the present
custom dozens of unfortunate men have
been carried bound and gagged into
this spirit house and there decapitated,
their blood being sprinkled on the cloth
An African i'.noch Arrien.
Last evening as Mr. James Coffee, an
unemployed colored waiter, was seated
in the bosom of his family, regaling
himself of his favorite dish of fried
flounders and a hard-boiled epg, a sud
den iap was heard at the outer door.
Requesting Mrs. Coffee, his buxom help
mate, to attend the summons, the door
was no sooner opened than a grand
scuffling ensued, and the smacking of
an enormous pair of lips was heard.
"Dinah.don't you know me V exclaimed
the new-comer, again indulging in oscu-
latory refreshment "Go 'long, you sassy
nigger!" screamed Mrs. Coffee. "What's
all disV cried Mr. Coffee, dropping a
bit of flounder and springing to his feet.
"Don't you know yah own husban'V
cried thestranger. "What, Jim John
son!" "Dat is me!" "Whar's yer stif
ficate?" inquired the astonished host.
"Oh, I lost dat in the sea!" "Do you
recognize him for your fuss husband
Dinah V" inquired Mr. Coffee. "Never
seed his ugly jaws 'fore in my life!" re
plied Mrs. Coffee. And thereupon old
Coffee "went for him," and in another
minute the stranger was footing it up
Railroad avenue in a manner that filled
all the cats and dogs for blocks around
with amazement Mrs. Coffee lost her
first partner at sea,but she says her
present "ole man" is all her fancy
painted him. Newark Register.
When a candidate for high office is so
well liked and so popular with the mas
ses as to make his defeat difficult in a
fair and honorable fight, mein and cow
ardly men are not wanting who delight
in manufacturing lies and slandering
his good name. There are also those
whose selfishness prompt them to pros
titute their honor, pervert truth, and
ignore right, for the sake of injuring a
competitor in business, whose prosper
ity they envy, and with whose business
sagacity they have not the talent to suc
cessfully com pete in an honorable way.
These thoughts are suggested by the
mean, cowardly attacks made upon me
and my medicines, by those who im
agine their pecuniary prospects injured
by the great popularity which my stan
dard medicines nave acquired, and the
continued growth of my professional
practice. Narrow-minded practitioners
of medicine, and manufacturers of
preparations which do not possess suffi
cient merit to successfully compete for
popular favor, have resorted to such
cowardly strategy as to publish all sorts
of ridiculous reiwrta about the compo
sition of my medicines. Almanacs',
"Receipt Books," and other pamphlets,
are issued and scattered broadcast over
the laud, wherein these contemptible
knaves publish pretended analyses of
my medicines, and receipts for making
them. Some of these publications are
given high-sounding names, pretend to
be issued by respectable men of educa
tion and position, for the good of the
people the more completely to blind
the reader to the real object in their cir
culation, which is to injure the sale of
my medicines. "The Popular Health
Almanac" is the high-sounding name
of onof these publications, which con
tains bogus receipts, without a grain of
truth in them. Not less devoid of
truth are those which have been pub
lished by one Dr. 1 of Detroit, iu the
Michigan Farmer, and by other manu
facturers of medicines, in several so
called journals of Pharmacy. They are
all prompted by jealousy and utterly
fail in accomplishing the object of their
authors, for, notwithstanding their free
circulation, my medicines continue to
sell more largely than any others manu
factured in this country, and are in
creasing in sale despite the base lies con
cocted and circulated by such knaves.
The people find that these medicines
popsess genuine merit, accomplish what
their manufacturer claims for them,
and are not the vile, poisonous nos
trums which jealous, narrow-minded
physicians and sneaking compounders
ot competing medicines represent them
to le. Among the large number of pre
tended analyses published, it is a sig
nificant fact that no two have been at
all alike conclusively proving the dis
honesty of their authors, it is enough
for the people to know that while
thousands, yes, I may truthfully say
millions, have taken my medicines and
have been cured, no one has ever re
ceived injury from their use. R. V.
I'ii:kce,M. D., Proprietor of Dr. Pierce's
Medicines, World's Dispensary, Buffalo,
Renne's Pain-Killing Magic Oil in the
house, is a sure cure when used tor
headache, toothache, neuralgia, lame
shoulders, crick in the back, cold, sore
eyes, etc Try it and see how pleasant
it is, and how nicely it makes you feel
by using it as directed on each bottle.
Sold by your merchants.
Oar Advice. Wn advise eveiy person wlio
has a fjinily tomakea trial of Oartku'8 Com
pound rxrKACT or Smart Wbkd. t U cer
taluly the uei medicine that evar went Into a
family, as Ready Relief, Iu the numerous tile.
arliei ami pains n ore or less common tn all fam
ines. The timer? usenf thin Extract by Its stun
ulatitgand peuetratlhgquallttes. quick y dirt uses
itelf throughout the system and thu throws off
Colds, rellsv 8 Pain aud prevents Disease. Sold
by ail re.-pectame nmgg -is
When you call on our Grocer or
or Shoe Maker for either or both of the
Pat. Wood Box Stove Polish Paste and
the Pat. Wood Box Shoe Blacking and
he tells you he has better or makes any
eaxiise, you may be certain he has a
stock of the old kinds and dare not offer
these until thev are sold.
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drawing Immediately Into its jlcr. rr-jolriutf uo
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more than titilui rrery claim berrlo
fore inal In r.ivuror thin Kraiti. n h4i
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IirifiK-wheai.(troli g Mtatr ami the
farmers declare it to l.e een ;t er
than we ruiiresentrd or clalat-d fwr It
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Wla. wrlte.sr My Wnite ldis.i.i ivnit
' not towed imt t th i.t wair i..
May. yet It fielded 27 li'i.h-L n-t- m
' lie mv other wheat nowcd three
rweeki earlier vil.!eit hut t. -.,!.
and wan nadir broken down and Tery
murn atrni' ken; tiie Kuln whea
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Mr. Henry Jiukeley ( aitr Creel
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of the Wi tte Kuivlan Wheat !' Sinlnc
nd harTrsted U bmhe s. in other
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Kronj Chan Mattiei.r iiiiiKi.ioin
'AthnCll. Ohio: I rliiil"iil.iii.i,u.Af
the Whim KiiMlan Wheat from one-half
.(tiKhel of need pnrchaned of jou lt
prii-K. i miiiK it would hae averaged
. liuaheU per acre where my other
whe.t yielded 20 hushets It umiids up
better than any wheat I erer saw.
Send atamp forclrcular. with full par
Mculari and price: alio a sample of the
wheat. Address W. K. HriTT roluni
bus V1.. or96 Maiket.SL. CMcaaa III.
Vleae state where you aaw thta aaverttnement.
Colda, Uoarene8. Ho re Throat.
and ail diseases of the Luna and Chest, are
readily curd with Dr. Marshall's Lang Syrup,
it never fails. Try It. Price 01 1 35 cents. For
sale in ererydrug stare.
Best Book for Everybody. The
new illustrated edition of "Webster's
Dictionary, containing three thousand
engravings, is the be.st book for every
body that the press has produced in the
present century, and should be regarded
as indispensable to the well regulated
home, reading-room, library and place
of business Golden Era.
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His-Ears." "Hider-the-Bear," "Crying
Dogs," "Driving-Down-Hill." "B!own
Away," 'Walking-Water," "Tall-Wild-Cats,"
Anything" and "Prettv-Voiced-Bull."
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Trip Around the Moon. By Jules Verne.
The Two Destinies. By Wilkie Collins.
The Laurel Bush. By Miss Mulock.
Rose Turquand. By Ellice Hopkins.
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BEN. J. BAKTLETT,
DES MOINES, Id
Fourth Street, (
BTVr-ran-nitst legally and qnletlr obtained.
w VJfcVaC.S i every State and Territory
for Incompatibility or other cati,. Thlrteeo
years' experience. A. J. DEXTER,
132 Dearborn St, Rooms 8 and 9. Cblcafro, III.
Unquestionable references glren. Fee after decree.
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etc Residence nnnecessary. Fee after divorce.
A. GHODRICH, attorney at law, 124 Dearborn
street, Chicago. IJh
A vn is Want-sail wno have more brains
imeillS 1 Huieil than to beilove thev
can make f 89.26 per day for years, 4 mouths, and
only 3 hours 10 mlnntes per day.
JAMM SCOTT. Chlnwro
HABIT cured at home. lOOOtestl-
ooalala. BaUwia Oct. Kaaaw. Da, la,
1ST Mfs.Duiat if aatinlr aand. Bat
utaa 1MB fiv par at. Hub Santa.'
"Ilaataa. Wia, . H, ten. I a4 MO
m- aarpbiaa by tba bjatarail axjaatlaa.
I at mini 4 bm. Mr. Hmi Wnutaa.
Dr. F. E. Marsh. Qulocy, Mica.
Us Renne's P
"It Works Like
a Charni. "
IMPORTANT TO ALL.
If ron want the HKfaT MfEtXIlVS
ARTICLfB in the United States
send two 3 cent stamps.
V. PAIMK at CO-.
491 North Clark St.. Chleaco.
WE will guarantee mat active men can make
f mm to a day br selling onr goods
lu cities and eountrr town.. It Is only necessary
to show your limn' to make sale. Circulars
free. Room t. 99 Madison street. Chicago. III.
Instantly euros Neuralgia. Nerrong and Sick
BMsdsrUe. Rheumatism. Toothache, and all
uervocs paln. Ask your druggist for It.
a stH'E,1VTarSa or S100 salary per month and
Alw.sr.ill Jl i exnens's. or 'SO-i commissions.
sellln? onr Magic Self Copying
Ink. Boik and Compound: no
aTWFafaj TaPsT? prt!a. tirusb or water needed:
VJaVll-'JCi also for the sale of oar Sunday
School Pocket SaTlngs Box. Send stamp for Cir
culars. National Manufacturing Co., 144 Monro
!" 2 Importers prices. Largest Company
a mUAB9a in a. merles staple artl'le. Trade
conitnuaHy Increasing. Agenta wanted every
where. Snd f r circular to Robert Wills.
43 Vesey street. N. Y. P. O. B x. 27.
Europeam Larch ,S?it55?253iSw":
st prices In A"ierl',a. Cataloy-e free, hend
before purchasing else vbere. D. HILL-jJCKDCi
NVfSBRV. Kane County, ni W
T las laiwav, ftna XesmMAvav, mm
Upon laproTed ranas In sums of Mv and ap
warda, tor ntcraa of n to S yaan; latatst as H
ter eeat. payable sasl ally.
Choice Iowa tcsuu of $2,000 and rarward
made at 9 per ctHtf. intereat
SOSOOL BONDS WANTXD. Appjte
BTJKNHAJI S: TCTLXatTB
rfc wt"i 1af
FOB MODKL8, PATTERNS,
special and Exoertaseatal laefclnaxrln aU
Correspondence solicited with Covntv and
School Okficeus. an I others contemplating the
erection of new buildings.
SUse De Rojer's p
PANISH CATARRH SNUFT
For all diseases of the xosa and head, and for
the cure of Catarrh, one of the most comm n
and most dlsagre-abla or complaints. Hundred
or testimonials could be glren. but they would be
useless. a a trial of It Is its bet testimonial Its
effe t Is efflca-lous. r leasing safe and sure. Sold
by all druggists at 35 cents per boz-or postare
free by mail. !. DE FOJER 1.6 W. Malntreet,
Rochester. N. T. Jckkeuhami A Baap. whole
sale agents for Iowa.
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Of II. C. V II.CO.Y. 131 Ilrarttnrn Mf raxt. (.li'ragit. III.
Who makra pnrrhasra on o'drra of all drrlntlon of Mrehandlr ti 'oifl In thlf aajr athar
markrt. at fowftt prtrn obtainable, witmoct airaaaa tutiu rvkvNtxt ltiaj tr itnn
ilon, to the folluwlng w'll.iniarn Kentletaert
II. K. LOW!?. Aat.Cahlr Merchant' tartiga I.tai A Trutt Co.. Cbloao
ALKX. IHSIIOF, of HI. hop A HirtiM tattf. CUlcagj
ii. B. KK A CO. Xariii.nurcr of Ink. Chi aru
WM. IrOWD, 1'rea. Hank of Vortl Amartca l Wtll atrevt, . Tor.
it. !', U1TOH. 'tssorltut, KdKor Tribune, iMieacu.
(i K. FLCMUK. " Intr.V-an.
II. II. HMIIKKMKKHOKN. AitUtant Went t S. Klpre yn. v .'arn,
Fsnilly Hupjilira of all kind a ajM-claltr l'rpon lira tullita-l oh aa; (t-Hil r'ikttn at
jualnra. r.eae itaui wnere )on av thl adtertltoin tn
V THE KELLY BARB FENCE ! v
! THE BEST FENCE IN THE WORLD.
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m i mix fh'fd I'jlpt tlrl ff.rr. ItfsH i 5t I -n t a W
M r I T . ,viuMi ALL 111 J- MllIOM I'AllS .
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FINEST Pine TOBACCO
In th WORLD. ASK far
It. TAKE NO OTHER.
THE PlOSIta TOBACCO CO.,
124 Water St. N. Y.
25 LAKK St.. Chicago.
ROCK ISLUJDPlOf WORKS
B. D. BUTORD 6c CO..
manufacturers of th
BKOWXK M'LKV.old GKOKNI) PLdWi
Blat k Hawk and I-rfianee Cuitltralora,
KohiI crapera and Harrow
Thee goodi for sale in almost ertry town In the
Is worn day and night
with comfort, by adult,
and children until cured
Send for circular and
price Usr. Sent by mail
C. J. KEKD.
CTState St. Chicago. Ill
TRY A BOX
Ir you are afflicted wltn tnia taoderb lejifoaj
and haa triad ail tbaao call ad "sure cmrmrn" with
out permanent relief, aak your drugrmror UK,
KArUNKKM CATAKKM TKKATMKST. A tnsl
'jotua free: or INULUnE EXrRTJW CHAK4B
Y-c) TO UK FOR IT. We want a reliable agaot IB
rrery county, te whom we offer extranrillnari
aducessenta. Try this remedy rnliy at oorex
cna. Call, or address, with araraT for or--aiara.
fACKAoarnaaoa Rracairroa-rajoa, fx
w. C. HAMILTtiN.
Kooaa .T W. Mseiaoc HUaM CHICAlKI.
A. 8 TODD,
Mauufaciuierof MrKlhney' U'mOlni
Pittu kg nkt-af hJ HNle T Imsier.
WITII JJIGII PRICKS
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THE ELECTRIC PEN MU PRESS.
My annual Catalegue o' Vege able and 'F ower
Seed for 1877. will be ready by January. ard seat
FRKKtoallwho apply. CustouiTf of 1 st ea
season neea not write for ir. I offer one of the
largest collections of vegetaoie seed ever sut oat
b any seed house In America, a large P' rtlon or
which were grown an mrill seed farro. Printed
oirecuons tor cult lat ion on erery pacaa.e.
seed sold r obi my establlthment warranted to be
both freh audtruetoaante: so far, that should
it prore otherwise 1 will rrtll tte ordergratls.
As the original introducer of the Hubbard and
Marblehead Squashes, the Marblheau Cahluges
and a score r other new vegetables. I larlfe the
patronage of all who ark auxiocs to hiv
THTR RKBD FH TRCK. and Of the VHRT
BaSTiTKAtw. Near Vrrefjr,lle re-llr.
JAMES J. D. SRKOutii Marbiehead. Mass.
ML A. ToiJ -Th MfKllan-y, 1'runlna
Sheara I Jnt th UrA 'or th n lna. Ibtir
given one a tfiornorh trl I In t-ot nrebard arxi
bedge and tbija It uaiiat be aatpaa...
turs At.. W -' KKr)',
Vr. A, t. Tdd - nf pruuer tiM wf ywr
agent U tbe rt 1 rrrr . 'd I w uU irt taaa
$u fr It If I oj! u: gfl KHfcf
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Send yoHr address for our
braaeaes, addxess HIIX Tc gaLKF
ETeryflifTgf WarraBted as Beprfti1.
Six paeke's atxtrst CTtielee Flt.wer Ureal and
the Ca'alocue for cents. We make a specialty
or Apple. Osage Orange, and Honey I oeusr aeeo.
Also aeed Sweet Potatoes. All correspondence
cheerfully a. tended to.
n. aU FCLteR aft C-
7 Walnut Street. Una Monrga. Iowa.
ITTtENPORT BUHJNESH COL FGE.
Xdaeateferbaalaessat the Davb-tpoet Brat
law Oollbms. An einBt spedmeB or Orna
mental feasBaaaklp will be seat free to any person
sending aa the raises and P. O. address of tan
uagmee. ameaerorctrcaiara, auTAui.
ik, AtnTCBpun, ises
LANDS FOK SALE.
969,000 As3 Sonthest Missonri.
FlMt-cIass Ptoek Farm, excellent Axrleu rural
Lns. and be be.t To jacc K-toa in the West,
Short winters. ro grasshopper, ord. rlyaoce y.
good markets erd a eetlthy eoentrr. Low
Prleest XonrCredt! "reeTranpnarioatoth
lands fa nlhe-l pereaasera. For further la
formaUon address A. L. OkAJra. Laou Comas! -sioner.
Cheape.st ami Best.
CMcap FbbBi Post
One eopr. U paW. era yr ar.. , Je
UcinWoU " .. - 7C
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... . .. ...
Aaadreaav THC PtXT. Ckle
$1500 GEXEVA WATCH CO.
Iraportersof the great tWStS3 Winder. Abeaa
tlfal heeTyat'BB winder and sTib senisg wateh,
In solid 4 or. open race, r oned nickel e se, 15 rail
jewels, expansion ttaiaaee. adjistedro bent. eld
androattiou. We guara'-tee ihe besttlm plee
and most economical waick for railroad saen.
fa men. school teacneitLmeenanlca and ba$lae-s
saem, yet InTcated. ani the pr!-- otacs It within
rean of 1L uont pay t" or for a watca
when yon can buy tUs oae for SIS- Seat "C O.
D.. to any rart ot the U. . with on n lege of ax
aminlaar before taklne OrerStVOIn nseia ew
York state aione. Addreaa. OxxmrA Watcs Co. I
any article on til
job nave oar
to xbt Address.
MQSTGOJUMY WiJaD 4 CO.,
Origami Orssnce StxpplT Houat)
217 m Xt BTftiUH aiT
Ttaa Sails' frare ay a''b IHI r tmmtm
r(tie eao b taken Ir n i atauLs ajrra. at
ih rt frotn t t pr tatnte la jratt
dai y ae try ET'dirji. mianla- trr. titfn
r.antr e-rt Urarrltef mucalloa, iximi, n
Itwrt iniilr lad Mftrft UrJt H Rl.1,
w r. wirEi.T riVnoral W-.trai-. 1
La Waiie triM-t, cniea.ro
w K. ArjH Aft lt XatlM
Harfarrf faea aaata.
rial ta a!' .. tar
aalMlia tA rkllSrea
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4r rji i ij,
l .-; r-f rttli'le
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leave a .. C taTr'aav).
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cr eat ?a ar a.
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Akror frs a
l-aieit Ntairt ,
AC! Irala slaavK,
Meat partewt. Saratia. aad c &arat tralsg aeerd
1 tAe world. bsd tor rtrro ar. (eravs. a
OlSea Ua La HaJia .. Itaoat S Ca icaecw
Seen as recess raastdsrt by Oer era! Fteaeaetee fee
m she ii in fciiJETT- n in szl
B. SL, SSA4BSI aft ., Wkoleaale Olaea Dselsrs.
174 Finidtwak stxesc, Cajcaao. III.
trga akdavrtle tm r1. Am! bout'
free. MKA J. A. DKOLL1SOEK. LltZY
a. r-.a ... . .. r . . -
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earr Jam sssw Uve
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