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Hulst & Adams
Thav Will Save Ton Mnnev
3r Jk.-c received, largest line of Straw tattings ever brought
2p . Columbus. Call and ee them.
Our Ferndale Canned Goods, ami Chase & Sanborn Coffees
4 are leaders. Evervbodv likes theni. They make friends where-
TT iiai thui' rt Tti ! arun' awrit varo riearwaiA ix tna hocf H av
you een our fountain for keeping vegetables in good shape?
Do not fail to
visit our store
this week and
Quick Meal Stee
Hot Biscuits and
to all .... at
IF WE COULD PROVE
Toyour entire satisfaction that it is to your
advantage to do your spring ail SUKT trading
in Clothing, Gents' Furnishing Goods and
Shoes with us, would you not say:
YES, WE WOULD?
Well, that is just what we can do, and all
that is necessary for you is to look over our
stock and get our prices.
WILL YOU DO IT?
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THEY'RE here now. so you
will not have to wait.
Ninni Bright, new and handsome, IKflfl
" each one perfectly finished 111
and the prettiest line ever shown.
' VTPMI i Columbus. No useless trap- fflllYC
" pings on these buggies the price II
is put into material, workman-
' Tiff II ship and finish. Each one is HITHI
ready to hitch your horse to, and IMaM
the price won't make a heavy load
Hill to carry. They're here, bat 111 I II Iff
they're going. Can't I send one alamili
vour wav? Inquiry and iaspec-
tunun '- '- - iiiiiiw
East 13th Street, - - COLUMBUS, NEBRASKA.
Msake's Cwatee at Grays'-
areata at H.D.
Groemd oyeter ahaU for
Mm. Fred. Carta) is reec
A new haa of fall hatt jaet
b y Mra. M. J. Rodmaa Co.
to Graad Talaad Wedaaaday.
akk for a raw daja bat ia now batter.
Mis. Joaa Boaaieaua who haa beaa
aiek the past thraa weeks, ia improving:
Dra. Martya, Eraae Gear, oaaee
thraa doora aorth of Friedhofa etore. tf
Do not fafl to aaa oar 8-foot galvaa
iasd steel mill for S32JM. A-Deaaella:
Mra, M. C. Caito ia aatartaiaiay
about tweety-fire lady friaada thia Tase
Quit a number of tka oouatry folk
coaie to tha city and aajoy the waakly
Harry Jerome, who aaa beaa aiekfor
sereral waaka with typhoid Caver, ia im
We eeil the aiagle-row aad two-row
Badger cultivator, the beet in the market.
Loaia Sebreibar. tf
Dr. MeKean'a siethod of aukiaff
alaminam platea plaoaa them oa aa
equality with gold.
Milwaakee, aiz-row oora ahredder,
baa been uead one aumth, for aale or
trade. E. R. Biaeoo. 4
E. J. Niewohner waa oat of town
three daya laat weak evaaiiniHg watehea
of the railroad eaployaa.
Eaeton'a line of gaaoline atovea and
coal oil atovea are the moat complete of
any in the city, and prices are right.
The New England BIqqbmt Girie are
advertiaed to play the local beee ball
team a game here next Satarday, Ang. 23.
Piano toaing. Mr. Earl C Brink,
the reliable piano toner, will be ia Co
Inmboa Sept. 15th to 30th to toae pianoa
Wm. Sebilx aukaa boota and ahoaa
in the beat atylea, aad aaeaoaly the very
beet stock that cam be procared in tha
Mrs. Helea Ambvratar aad Wai
Emma Webster, both of Platte Ceater,
took eTsmiwarioaa before Coaaty Sapt.
The families of John Becher, Ijouia
PmHippa, Alvia Pkfllippa and Frank
Hagel camped last weak oa the Galley
farm east of town.
J. E. Moncrief, a former dtizan, of
Colomboa and coonty anperinteadaat of
achoole, now of Grand lalaad, waa in
town Thursday on his way to Monroe.
Free, a bag of candy with every pur
chase of school aappliaa of 10 cants or
over, at E. von Bergea'a, from August 20
to 30. Come early and avoid tha rash.
Orville Fee, who now aaa charge of
the buildings and groands of the State
University, waa in the city Friday aight
on his way to visit over Sanday in
The recent asengerfest held at West
Point waa largely attended, the crowd
the last day being estimated at 6,000.
Two years hence Schayler will entertain
The Monroe Lookiag Glass says that
Mrs. C W. Zeigter of Colomboa had
quite a seriooa accident; in going down
stairs she slipped and fell, spraining her
wrist very badly.
Two well improved farms for sale.
One in Sherman township, oae in Mon
roe township. These are both bargains
considering location and improvements.
Becher, Hockenberger k Chambers.
Bird Ellis tells as that his cherry
trees are coming oat in blossom again
for a second crop. Also that he has a
snow-ball bosh with the second lot of
bloom. This certsialy ia a prolific year.
W. A. McAllister will speak at the
reanion in Genoa, which will be held
Aogaat 25 to 30. John J. McCarthy,
repablicaa candidate forcoagress for the
Third district will also be one of the
George Falter, liviag jaat
Seward, receatly sold his qaartar
of land for tha ariaealy sum of $11,000,
The big eropa thai saaeoa have had the
tendency of raising tha price of laad all
The Platte Coaaty Saaday School
assorisHoa will bold their aaaaal coa-
veatioa Sept. 13 aad H ia this city.
Usacera of tha ssanfistina aekta
J. P. Crajrwahaak, who for aaveral
moatha has had a gaaaral amrrhaadias
stacaia the east half of the baahataaj
waat of M. C. Gaaaia'a, has traded ha
stack, throagh Elliott A SaaJBi, for a
Glar'a fane of
haadred last of oameat aaiawalk oa
Etevaath street ia float of Moaraaa'a,
TTaailin'i Eaadea'a aad BridaTa alaeaa
Tha TJaiom Pacific mimf say are aat
tagiaaaaeaule aids track at Csfaga,
aorth of tha bmb Baa traak, far tha
Tnad their quia there A hah! mile traak
eoath of tha aaam laaa has haaa assd for
A.G. Bolf of Palaetaaa waa m the
city Friday oa has retara hasaa free.
Chicago. Mr. leal ji i nil it of tha
Platte Ceaaty Saaday Saheel aaaaaav
tkm, aad stepped here Fraaay as aaast
'tiHi Hi ii ifiiisl ii fin 1hi
toar waaha at that sity Baasee aaartiBaj
Mhmi Saaaar wiQ aaaai aaa.
JbbmbbbV OasBBmaBBBmav WemaV gkmm IsaaW waBBBaBBsV VbbbbbbVb
For tha ail list aad bast aaam water
gate Tin ihiaTs.
with aeda water.
groand oyster shsfl for
ehkkaaa at bis feed store, tf
PHkbaryw Beat TTTX Flear, tha
ia the world, at Grays'. tf
a crowd from Huahrey eaaae
down Saaday to ase tha ball game.
W- W. McFaydaa. aaa atoved his
family to Boasatari, Sooth Dakota.
Small, choice farm for sale, uxder
izagatioB, joiaingtowa. BLE-Babeeek.
For fine watah repairiag, call oa
Carl Froamel, 11th St, Colambua, 2iebt
Boral mailroates 1, 2 and 3, bagaa.
ronniag Jaly 1st. Boy your mail boxes
Ernest DaaseU with a gang of maa
are at Schuyler this week workiag oa
the Folda residence.
The Orpheoa society have issued in
vitations to the opening of their hall,
for Tharsday evening.
Bar. Becker held services in the
Presbyterian church Sanday, tha first
after his vacation of three weeks.
Chrie Bauer, head plumber for A.
U A Son, ia in Omaha this week
the National convention of
Miss Anna Baker is taking tha place
of bar suter. Miss Hattie Baker, in Hnist
& Adams' store while the latter enjoys
Loaia Grotelaachen of Aubaboa,
Iowa, ia here visiting relatives. He waa
ealled hoste by the death of his father,
Will Baker says he will be obliged
to go on three legs for three weeks, ow
ing to hie sprained ankle he received at
Norfolk in the ball game.
Medical Journal desires a represen
tative in this locality. Permanent em
ployment. Salary and commission. Ad
dress 154 East 72, New York City.
Prof. Kern returned Friday from
Fullerton where he spent a week in
institute work, and is this week at David
City engaged in similar work there.
Bobert O'Brien spent a few days
here on his return home from Chicago to
Cheyenne. He had been in the first
named city to attend a convention of
Mary, aged 3 months, the infaat
daaghter of Mr. and Mrs. F. Powers, died
Sanday evening. The funeral waa held
from tha Catholic church Monday aftar
aoon at 4 o'clock.
Engine No. 1801, with Engineer
John Miaogne at the throttle, made tha
trip from Grand Island here Monday in
55 minutes. That is at the rate of aboat
seventy miles an boor.
Frank Schram moved his family
Satarday to Tarnov where he will have
charge of the general merchandise store
which L Gluck will open up in his new
buildings there in about a week.
Judge Batterman issued marriage
licenses to Wm. Lewejohn and Miss
Elizabeth Deegan, both of Lindsay, also
Herman W. Oaten of Oldeabaach and
Mies Emily A. Scbolzof Creaton.
H. B. Fennimore waa in the city
Wednesday of laat week. He ia now
with the Emerson Seed Co. of Monroe
and reports the outlook aa not extra
good on account of excessive rains.
Baker Post G. A. B. will attend the
Platte Valley reanion at Genoa the 25th
to 30th with a large delegation. The
Post will go with the expectation of se
curing the next reanion for Columbus.
Mrs. Ed. Clark goes to Schuyler
today (Tuesday) where she will join the
Woman's relief corps of that city. Ce
lambua has not been able to support an
organization of this kind for several
Charles Gerrard of Monroe has par
chased the Dairy printing plant that baa
been stored in this city for a few years,
and moved it Satarday to Elba, Howard
coanty, Nebraska, where he will start
Mary, the little daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. P. B. Cleveland aged 1 year, died
Sanday morning. The funeral will be
held this Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock
from the United Brethren church, Bev.
According to a daemon rendered by
the United States dietrict attorney of
ITaanaa, metal checks, issued by business
firms or individoala, are illegal, and there
ia a heavy fine attached. We print the
above for the benefit of Jocroui. readers.
Officials of the Union Pacific were ia
Cedar Bapida looking op the country
with a view to extending the road from
that place to Spalding. There would be
foarteen miles of road to build, and it is
altogether probable that it will be doae
Wastzd 5 xoxtsg nxs from Platte
coanty at once to prepare for positions
ia tha Government Service Bailway
Mail Clerks, Letter Carrier. Castas
Hoaee aad Departmental Clerks, etc.
Apply to Inter-State Coma. last, Cedar
Abta A Calto receatly purchased a
half seetioa of Sharmaa coaaty land.
Mat Calto aaya the land there is very
mack like that in Sherman township,
thai coaaty, tha ana rally as rich, though
aotqajteao rolling. He reports iBUBeaae
cropa there thia aaaaoa.
Tha High achool orchestra returned
Thazaday evening from their weatara
toar, haviag given eoacarta ia Graad
Talaad aad Brokaa Bow. They report
enjoyed tka trip and
their aarfaaces at both
with taw maaac raadared.
B. J. Brians of Idaho Falls, Idaho,
nr daya' visit here, atarted for
aa that while east havaatad with
CeaBjal Blssm, Iowa, the
of whom will ha aarrr to
that he ia aadly aJEetad with
of the taagae aad aia
He ia ever 70
Bake HmaaaGeasBja aaa hais Wsaimj, Saleaaea, Sana of Tit Spaa- IL
erepa ia Peak aad latter ceemtJas aaa tojamaasad spsadaeeapleof daya at i '"
saaasthiageaaawwaa. tha Platte TaHeyliaaii a to be held at 1
Ti Ti si i aaTilipl if Msatens, mja Geaoa Aagaat fisah to3ath. Free teats I
at thaBaaaaf BawheaBwlapar sera. A AapUeaaaalarteaBi see tBLFaak taia s
fee sarnie far eae. Neat! ' "nriam Tisgis iaii aaa parcbaaed I
. , ... . , tha LiadaU hotel property
TiT . atreetofMraNaacy
over urn w anaaafi maw woo wui at
paper at for tha paxaaaa of gataag adaaa
of how they weald ram a paper aad to
determiaewhet pleeaaa the reader moat."
WART TO SEE I
The coaaty aapenienra mat ia
ial ssasioa teat Taaaday to hear tha za
port of the aaifayata ia coaaectiea with
tha Carrig aad JeweU ditch, bat fiadiag
that all parties haviag laad aear tha
ditch had aot beaa aotifled aa to tha
extra meetiag, they adjoaxaed to tha
of Bar. D. T. Olaott of thai catyr
aa old folks'
St Edward oa tha 10th.
The Sam a
that tha haaaa waa crowded, maay
Exaauaatioa for eatraaca to tha
High achool, aad for promotioa ia the
High school wfll be held at tha High
achool baildxBg; Friday aad Satarday,
Aagaat 2flth aad 30th. All
reqaaatad to be prsesat By order of the
board. M. Bragger, aaeratary. 2
W. a Saatey, of Darid (Sty, will be
aaat here ia a law weeks by the Foster A
Smith eompaay to take charge of their
lumber baamaaa ia thai city, ia place of
J. B. Gietxea who resigned several
waaka ago. Mr. Saatey haa haaa in the
lumbar baaaaaaa for several years past
and understaada it thoroaghly.
The Catholic Knights with their
wives, ia all asm baring aboat sixty
people, gave Mr. aad Mra. M. C Calto aa
old-fashioned aarpriaa Wedaeaday even
ing aa a kind of hoaae warming at their
handaome aew borne. Bafreahmeata
were broaght by the gaeeta and a pleas
ant eveaing paean d by all preaaat
The Booaa Coanty Agriealtural
association will hold their Eightseath
annual Fair in Albion September 24 to
26, for which they have aamad a prem
ium list Booaa is oae of tha law eoan
tiea who have kept np tha good old fash
ioned fairs, and have aot only kept it up,
bat have made a financial success of
The infant daughter of Mr. aad Mra.
B. W. Haggerty, tea miles sooth of
Colomboa, died Sanday morning from
cholera infantum. Tha child waa four
months old. Tha faaeral earvice waa
held Monday aftaraoon, Bev. Williama of
BeUwood oaViatiBg, after which the
remaias ware laid to rest in tha Bell
Andy Thomae aad sister, Mrs. J. E.
Moasey, of South Bead, Indiana, Will
H. Thomas and wife of El Paso, Texas,
arrived here tha first of tha week, called
by tha aerioaa Ulaaaa of their mother,
Mra. Martha J. Thomaa, who Uvea snath
of the Platte river. At laat accounts, we
are pleased to note, Mra. Thomaa waa
Duke da Boris, soa of Grand Duke
Vladimir and a aepher of tha czar of
Bnaaia, accompanied by thraa military
aad two crviliaa Tfaaajaa ""awi, passed
through' Columbus Thursday evening
goiag east oa a trip arouad the world.
The party occupied five compartmeata
in the observation ear aad carried a large
amount of baggage.
Poultry raisers will take notice that
Eastou sells a fall line of poultry fencing
1 inch, 1 inch and 2 inch mesh, close
enough to torn tha ssisllsst rhik. I
alao have a fence that will etand up
without a top and bottom rail that I sell
for a aught advance over the common
poultry fence. Try me for prices. I
will save you money.
The city of Columbaa broaght suit
against the Adams Expreaa Co. to com
pel them to pay tha aaoal occupation
tax of $15. The company offered to
settle by paying 110; thia waa refuaed
by the city, and the company have
appealed the caee to tha district court.
The caee waa op for trial laat Toeaday
before Justice Hndeon.
F. X. Stevenson waa in town Thurs
day oa his way home to Omaha from a
trip to Albion. Mr. Stevenson says his
family are well pleased with Omaha and
that their creamery hn sin nan is flourish
ing. W. K. Lay ia no Ioager book
keeper with the eompaay, having severed
his connection there to start a grocery
store, in which he is prospering.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. StiUmaa were in
Omaha last Wedaeaday aad Tharsday to
attend the commeaceaaeat exercieea of
the Omaha Collage of Pharmacy. Bert
Stilbaan waa one of the class of aineteea
graduates and haa saeeaaefully passed
hia wTamiaatioa before tha state board of
pharmacy. He will probably remain in
Oauba to aeoapt a poahaoa there.
The Seed eompaay are going to ship
about 500 baahste of cucumbers to the
Harrmaaa pickle company of Omaha for
picBJssaaaaaapartaMat A member of
tha Omaha firm waa hare Wedaasdav
aad made the arraagemeats. Should
this first ahipmaat prove aatiafactory no
doaht auay mora will foBaw, sa about
100 baahek a weak could be furnished.
A sn nowar stalk BaaaaarinaT 15 feet
4 iachea haa beea oa exhibition tha past
week at Baeher'a aalooa, which tied to
thaeoraar poat,ataada higher than tha
porch. Tha pleat waa takaa from the
vacant lot east of the electric light pleat.
A stalk of earn meaaariag 12 foet fi
what Platte eoaaty'a
of New York Gty, who
at the city a law daya,
n . maaroa
watoa bridge, a farm aear Fat Murray's
aad other laad aear Craataau Ha haa
beam iatareated hi Nehraaka'a farm Iaada
for maay yeara, and still haa faith hi the
Tha Marray aaheal aaatnaag, which
waa daatiwyasl by fire a firw waaha aga,
watt berehaalt aa aaam aa thoaecaaaary
werth shwat faaw, aad watt prahshly
of tha BBifiiu teat Friday. Mr. and
Mra. Aagaat Marz. who have been the
of tha hotel tha peat three aad a
half yeara, aaovad test weak to their
aawly hailt haaaa waat of thecoart ho
Tha LiadeU haa beaa a well patronised
hotel and will eoatiaae to be under the
aew maaagameat McLangeaeggerex
pecta to pat rapaira oa the building
Jamaa Haaaaaaaj of Platte Center,
oa Mbaday of laat week, waa patting up
a black board ia tha achool building,
whea it broke, tha roagb edge catting a
deep gash ia hia left wriat, which in a
few daya tamed to blood poiaoaing and
oa Friday ha died. Tha remaine paaaed
throagh thai city Satarday on the way
to Cheat ervflla, Pa hia mother accom
paayiag tha body east Mr. Heaneasey
was aboat 40 yeara old and not married.
Ha haa two waters living in thia city,
Mrs. O'Neill sad Mrs. Ed. Flynn.
Mike Coanor, aappossd to have been
aboat 76 yeara old, living alone in hia
home eoath of St Mary's hospital this
city, died Satarday aight after a long
illness, Nobody seems to know that he
haa any living relatives. He was the
owner of the property where he lived
and it ia not known yet what other
moneyed interests he possessed or what
hia wishes with regard to its disposition.
Tha funeral will be held from the nn
dertakiag rooms of Henry Gaas this
Wedneaday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
The school board held a meeting
Satarday evening. Miss Hohl was trans
ferred from the room assigned her in the
High school building to the West End
school which ahe taught last year. Miss
Luth was transferred to tha Second
ward and Miaa Jacobaon will teach in
the First ward. Thia left the third and
fourth grade rooma of the High school
vacaat and Miaa Baby Bickly was elected
aa teacher of thia room. The place of
music teacher waa not filled, a majority
of tha board deciding that for the prea
eat, at leaet, the toacbera could give the
iaatractioa neceaaary in their rooms.
Nomeroaa ritiaena have interested
thaaaaslvea and aanounce that on next
Monday evening a farewell benefit enter
tainment will be givaa in the North
opera house complimentary to Prof. E.
A. Garlicha, who aoon leavea for his new
field of labor ia Broken Bow, Nebr. In
this manner all Columbus citizens will
have an opportunity of attending and
abow their appreciation of the excellent
work tha profaaaor haa accomplished in
musical circtea in this city. We learn
that all organisationa with which he has
been aanriatnd will take part besides
others, and a varied and interesting pro
gram will be rendered.
Prof. E. A. Garlicha, who has been
the music instructor in tha public schools
of thia city tha past two years, also the
director of the High school and opera
house orchestras. Episcopal choir and
the City band, haa resigned from these
organizations and will leave in a few
daya for Broken Bow, thia state, where
be haa been engaged for similar work in
a commercial college, the fall term of
which begins Sept. L The Professor has
been very successful ia advancing his
pupils in the musical line here, and has
made many friends who will be sorry to
see him leave, and who will wish him
continued success in his sew location.
The Genoa Times says: uAugnat
Wagner, trustee in the case of Anna
Saba, bankrupt, came up from Columbus
Monday morning accompanied by Law
yer Garlow, attorney for some of the
creditors, to attend the sale of Saba's
cattle and other chattels which had been
ordered sold by the court. Forty-nine
head of cattle brought $1,000; a horse,
harness and buggy, $65. Dry goods to
the amount of $75 were bid in by Mike
Saba, husband of the bankrupt. Goods
to the amount of several hundred dollars
are stored ia Omaha, which the referee
ia bankruptcy decided belonged to the
assets of the firm, and were ordered
returned to Genoa, bat the demand of
the referee waa not complied with."
Tha Columbus ball team chaperoned
by Jim Faable made a trip to Norfolk
laat week and played two games with
that city's hired aggregation, known aa
"The Norfolk Brownies.' The first game
waa played Tharsday and our team waa
defeated by a score of 7 to 3. Some of
our players say the defeat was owing to
tha high altitude of Norfolk, making it
hard for the boys to get their breath, and
others state it was because of the new
suits worn by the "Brownies." If the
latter is correct let oar team order new
saita so they will have an even show with
tha ladies who play here on Saturday
aaxt Oa Friday, Norfolk made it two
straight, winniag the game by a score of
12 to 3. Will Baker suffered a sprained
amkte. Maaager Faable took his place
aad aude a Bice, big, fat hit for a base,
which waa oaa of three in the game; we
always knew Jim had a good eye. Base
hita Colambaa 3, Norfolk 10. Struck
oat, by Lohr 2; by Galaaki 15.
Tha Omaha Saaday Illustrated Bee
eeataiae a halftone portrait of Mra, Bath
Keayoa of Moaroe, daaghter of W. W.
Maaaaagtoa. Mra, Keayoa is known as
a conragaoaa womaa of aanaaal abilities
aad tha awil wfll be ia safe ksade, with
her. We quote tha following from the
Bee in lufsiaaco to her: -Mrs. Bath
Keayoa of Moaroe, Nebr, ia the first
Nebraska woaaaa to iavade the realm of
maa'a work from the avenue of the rural
free delivery aarvica. She haa lately
takaa tha ataariaaHna aad it is expected
aha will aeam baght bar daily tripe over
a route to ha eatasamhed ia the vicinity
of Moaroe. Mra. Keayoa ia ao stranger
to outdoor life. Whea 13 years old she
m tha removal of the Pawnee
from Nebraska to their reserva-
takhuf the round
Her father waa
attheaaaacy. Mra, Keayoa ia a
Magnify and increase as you spend it, spend
it here. We will give you the fall valve of
your money in the best goods we cam-bar.
You only need to try us once to prove what
we say is true. We are handling some fine
fresh Fruits these days and will pay strict
attention to all orders for canning. : r : r
Glass Jars in the standard sizes and makes
can be found here at reasonable prices. : r
When you think of anything a first-class
grocery should have, call up 'phone 29, and ,
we'll have it in vour kitchen iu a hurrv..
HENRY RAGATZ & GIL
tH Hi HHfflffl
these are shown
in the September
just received by us.
are also strong in
fancy waists. We al
ways carry a good
line of these patterns
and our patrons will
be benefited by in
specting our stock.
10c a CW
7 COLUMBUS, NEBBASKA.
Gall art See Oir New Liie of Wall Pant, j
lion t wait until every thine has been
picked over. We carry a rail line of
Wall Paper, Painu, Plastic, Varalsfttt,
Brushes, Wlntftw Shades, SaH Reds,
Fleer Wax and every thing pertaining
to the needs of a good housekeeper.
ECHOLS & DIETRIGHS,
Painters and Fapcr Ranters-
NEW HATS and VEILS
Every lady in Columbus will need
one of those new white Siberian
Beaver Hats, and a Veil in the new
green and blue, New York and
Chicago's latest tad, just arrived at
SrS Trochcfs Colchicine Salicylate Capsules.
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A standard and infallible cure for RHEUMATISM and GOUT,
endorsed bv the bizbest medical authorities of Eurooe and
America. Dispensed only in spherical capsules, which dis
solve in liquids of the stomach without causing; irritanoa or
disagreeable symptoms. Price, $1 per bode. Said by
druggists, tse sure and get me genuine.
Lyon's French Periodical Drops
Strictl j vegetable, perfectly barailess, sure to accomplish I
CC5UI.T5. Greatest known female remedy. Price, $L50 per bottle.
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For Sale by POLLOCK & CO.
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Alao a fine line of Cinra Shoes ahineii
by the besc artist in his line.
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L. G. ZIIIECKER.
Dr. J. E. SNYDER,
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