Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, May 24, 1880, Morning Edition, Image 3

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    THE GENUINE
DR. C.
LITER PILLS
-re not .recommended as a remedy " for
all the ais that flesh is heir to. " but in
affections of the Liver , and in all Bilious
Complaints , Dyspepsia , and Sick .Head
ache. or diseases of that character , they
stand without a rival. -
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used pro.
paratory to , or after taking quinine. As
a simple purgative they are unequaled.
'
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS ,
Thegenuine sire never sugar-coated.
Each boslias a red-wax seal on thelid ,
with the SmpressionVMcfcANE'S LIVER
PILL. Each wrapper bears the signa
tures of C. McLAJTE and PLEMIKO BEOS.
3 3- Insist upon having the genuine
DB.C. McLASE'S LIVER PILLS , pre
pared by
FLEJIIXG TWOS. , Pittsburgh , Fa. ,
the market being full of imitations of
the name JfcJ inc , spelled differently ,
but same pronunciation. _
COUGHS , EEOXCUmS AND CONSUMPTION.
What & 'B ell- Known Druggist says about
Aileu'a Lu-Jg taleam.
MOTHERS , BEAD 1
< UAELMTDSTAT101 , Ky.
GJKTUWJC : Tbo dtmuia { or Allen's Lang
" l m Is ncrwanij couetantly. The ladles
: hlnk tbertis uo modid/ao equal to It tor Croup
jd WboopiiT Coujh. ' - ' 8. MAKTIN , Drcgjfiet.
Sol bj.sll gledlcineMen.
m 11 PottT f0 BokUtilul Clore
10ll-Ual'CVtl. tt Picture. Very In
CTEIOUS. 7 objw.rwtod.Kcnd stamp /orpwk
Hi DR. E. C. Ai . \ ? BulftJo K. >
mnn f4.fl2ail3JM homo easily made. Costy
IXioLiftf ) / red. Adilrou True& Co. Portland. We
ATrOBHEtS-AT-lAff.
1 TTOIiKEY AT LWV-Cunpttll's Block ,
_ A ) 2th treetlxtvrcen Farnhain * nd Douglas.
OMA11A. NbB.
D. L. THOMAS ,
rOKNKT AT I.VVt' Leans inorcy. boji
A find tells red Cit tc. Rcom 8 , Crelghton
A. G. TftOUP ,
. - AT LAW-Officr.ln Hacwom's
AnORf.-ET Qtorce S. rrltcbett , 1NW
rarnhan Bt. _ OMAHA. NEB.
DEXfEHLTJiaMAS ,
. AT LAW-atlLksaUiki Bplld
ATTUHNr.T
A. M. CHACWICX ,
A TTORMEY AT LAW Oflct. 1W1 Farnhan
A. Str et. _ _
A. SWASTZLAKDE
A TTORXET iT LAV7-Cor. IBthand Farnhaa
A. rtrort. taaySSU
AT LAW
, opposite Pos
Office. OMAHA. NEB. ,
WM. L PEA30DY ,
T AWYER-OfflC3-In CiclRhton Block , next U
JU Pc t Office , OMAHA , NEBRASKA.
gQTABY TDBU WLLKOTIONg MADB
E. D. MCLAUGHLIN.
i TTOnSEY AT I W AND JUSTICE 01
A THE PEACE Southeast corner jftftseutl
andDjugUsSt. , „ „ . . „ . < .
jtyCollcctinns Fromptlv Attended to.tj
O'gRlEH
Attorneys-at-Law ,
OFflCE-UnSon Block.Flftecnth an IVnham'
A. L. RQBISGH.
Y \T LAAV Room Cralgbton
fi lant-U
ATTORNEY AT LAW > - :
BLOCK. COR. CCUSI5TH STS.
_ _ - ! OMAHA. .NEB. . . - p .
W. d. Conn ell ,
Attorney - La w ,
OBce' Front rooms , up etaln.'Ia Uu&icom'i
new brick building , N. W. comer FlfUentb and
Farnham Streets. _
JOBS L RXDICK. UUAS R. RKDICK.
REDICK & REDICE , .
Attorney s - a txL ajr.
Bpedil attention will ta pi vet to all suits
against corporation ! ) of every description ; will
practice In 1 the Courts of the State and the
United States. OS.cs. Frnban. St. , opposite
Court JIouso.
ADAMS &SIMERAL ,
A TTORNEYS AT LAW ioom S Orelghta
J\ . Block , IBth and D ngla gtretitg. nogdh
C. F. MAHDtRSON ,
A TTORJISY AT LAW-jSu Tambjua Btreet
jHL Omaha Nebraaka. T _
PARKE CiDWIN ,
A TTORNEY AT MW-Hth and Donglai
jOL Btraets. with O. J . Doan >
T. W. T. RlCUAKES. . , Q. J. HC T '
RICHARDS & HUNT ,
Attorneys-at-law.
OmOB 2Ii South Fourteenth Btrert.
Only Direct Line to Fjranoe ,
GENERAL Tftr sATLAHTIC COMPAN
, and u rvo.Pler 12 I.B
BETWEENNewryork
foot of Worfcu.t. , pier of company.
Travelers b ; thv.SS nii hott ranritby En
Ish rallwayund the discomfort , "JS * '
channe lln a imall boat
ANADA , lUsAOXCL , Wednesday Jannarr H
AUERIQCE , B. Joccio , Wednesday February
FRANCE TRCTILU , Wednesday , February
18PR\CEIOF PASSAGE Gnclndlng wine ) :
TOnAVRE-rint Cabin , JIM andSO : Second
CbinM : Steerage , ? 201Inclndlngwinebedalnr
* ZLO UIS m : BEDIAN.Afent , fi Broadway.N. T.
FRAVK E. MOORES , No. 2H , Wort Side litb
and Douglas , Next Door
Street , Bet . Farnham
offlcfl of ftaa
OMAHAKEB. .
r i.rfinnnerdayathome. Samples worth 15 free
5 tOSZUAddriMStlnson A Ca. Portland Maine ;
EAST INDIA
BITTERS !
ILER & CO. ,
MANUFACTURERS ,
Iffeb.
OBAY'S SPECIFIC MEDIOINh"
-TbaGreat
E ngliab
euro for Sem
inal Weak-
nesa.Sperma.
? - T * SSSS -
tency. and
Before TaMugaii Diseases After Taking.
thatfoUowas equencoof Belf-Alime ; ION
BemoE. Universal -Lassitude , Pain In the
nick Dimness elVWan. , Premature .Old-Af
and i ny other Wgcascffthit lead to Insanity or
Conscmptlon tnd Premature Grave. ,
* yFull particular * in our phamphlet , * nlca
wedMire to send tree. Ij mail. , tor every one , .
f3The Specific Uedidnou told by all druggist *
at f 1 per package , or six packages for $ T or wU
be acnt free by mail on receipt ol the money by
The Gray Jedlclne Oa , '
No. 10 Mechanics' Block , Dmorr , MICH'
BOLD IN OMAHABT JTK. tSfCKSD BT'JOT
DBUdOISTS ETEBTWHXBX.
SHOW GASES-
' . O. "W" X X * X )
1817 OASS ST. , OMAHA , KEB ?
peed M ortinent alTOyt-ojj'twfBlf '
1 * * " , - v r jv m.
THE DAILY BEE.
OMAHA PUEUSHIKC . , PROPRIETORS.
Parnham , let. 6th and 10th Streeti.
TEBMa atJBSCRIPTlON
1 year.ln advance ( postpaid ) . . . $8.00
6 months1 " ' <
months " " *
> TIME TABLES.
TISEJTAILS.
CUKISO.
C. H. W. B. R. , 4.80 sum. , 8p.m.
C B & O. . 4:30 a. m. , 3 p , m ,
0. R. I. & P. R. B. , 4 0 a. in. , 8 p. B.
0. * 8t.Joe30 .m. , Bp.tn , i
. . .
O.P. - KTB.Uao .m.
B. s M. K. R , 8:25 a. m.
O 4 N. W. , 7:30 a. m
.
0 A H. W. 3. R. , 11 a. m. U p. ov
B * . Q. , U ft. m. 9:30 p m.
C 8. L& P. , 11a.m. Up = .
C.B.&SI. Joe , 11 " a. in. , U Pm -
S. City i P. , 11. "m
O P. , 4 p. a.
B. 4 1L In Neb. , 4 p . "
tK o
Loral mails for States low * leave
y.vtl : 430 a. m.
Office open gg y
Arrival andWepartureoiTralns
au . . . . 8:15 : a. m. 1520ft. m.
CARD OF THE BCBLINOTON ROUTE.
ZxAvaeuinA " " " " .
p-tn. Express 10 flO a. m.
Midi Express 0.00a.m. Mail 10.-00 p.m.
Sunday * Exccpted. _ Sundays Excepted.
, BOCK ISLAND * PACIFIC.
n 6.00a.m. I 10:00p.in.
press 3:40p.m. | 10.-00a.rn.
Sundays Exoepted.
CHICAOO & NOBTHWKSTKBN. - -
. . , . . . .0:00a.m. : I T lp. m.
Expr Bf..8Wp.m.l : W00a.m.
y Sundayi excepied.
EA.eA8 CITY , BT. JOE & COOK01L BLUM *
UXTK. JULBITB.
MJJ . , . 8-OOa m-IExpreai 6rJ5a.m.
ipr * | . . | T:40 : . .
fbe only Un running Pullmaa Keeping Can
out ol Oanha to Union Depot.
Kipress 80 ft rx | 138p.m.
Daily Except Eundayi.
B. & J , B. B. UrtreBBAttA.
TffBfiT ) * * BA'j
Ozanaflv ) . * . . 9.00 m KearneyJ'ncnvVJM H
PlattsmouthfarlOSftam BloomlnKtWlvSlp m
Kearney K)7:66pm ) BedCloudlv.WS.Bi
Cod Cloud ( arr)7:5S ) pm PlatUmouttHar/lSOpia
81oomin tonu)9t25pm ( ) Omaliaarr.4tC&pn ( ) ]
"BEPUBLICAN VALLET'BAILWAT.
HMUEIS ( Iv ) 8:05 : ft.m. i Bloomlngton ( arldOp.n )
BJoomfcgWn 135 p m | Hartlnsa ( ar ) 6 5 p m
SIOUX CTTY * ST. PAUL R.R.
1111 e.10 * . m.Expreai..10:00 . m.
Exprew BWp. : m. | 1I U 730 f. m
BRIDGE DIVISION U. P. B. B.
stnurr TKAIBS.
Leave Omih , daily : S a , m. , 9 a. m. , 10 a.
11 a. m. , 1 p. m. , S p. m. , t. p. m. , 5 p. m. , (
ve : 8:25 a. m.,9 6 a.m. ,
10:25 a. m. , 11:25 a. m. , 1S5 p. m. , 1-25 p m. ,
" 6 n. m. , B55 p. m. , 8S5 p. ra -
rmiTtrlpa on Sunday , leaving Omana at 9 and
a. m. , 2 and 6 p. m. ; CouacU Bluffs at 9:28 : ,
* a. ui , aud S35 and BS5 p. m.
rAWSsau raiiss.
Leave Omaha : 0 a.m.J a. m.,8 0 a. m , ,
p. m. , 1:50 p. m. , 7:25 p. m.
L iveConncUBlufa : 7:16 a. m.,9iOa.m. ,
a. m. , 6:25 p. ta. , 70 p. m. , 7:50 p. m. ,
p m. Dally except Sunday.
OMAIIA * REPUBLICAN VALLEY B. B
tFAVl. AUIV * .
ia'Jt 10.15 * m. l
. ' Uiih * eiccot Sunday.
r
C030IER01AL.
Omaha Wbolesale Markets ;
, > OMAHA , May 18 , 1880 ,
' BUTTER AND KOU8.
Ohcic Uble . 1720o
Packew'lot ? . . 10@13
Freih ccg , per doz .
Honey .
1'OULTKY.
-nlckeni , per doz . 2 00@2 28
GKOOERIE8.
'SUOABH.
Out Loaf ? . . . . .f .
Powdered
Granulated . t- .
Extra choice und very bright. . . 48a52
Bright Table Drips . a
New Orleans Mouasaea . 48&5U
MaAet advancing. '
Rio , prime to olioice . 17al8
Kio good to prime . , iV i
Eio fair to good . iS
Mocha . . . 28
CSioica * ? !
Good to prime tysa
UKiTUJfKUn-S.
New Prunes.-
OldTrunea
Ourrantschoice new T
BhckBerries. , .
Raspberries. >
Pitted xherrics 22
& * & $ % * * & " w
1
Halt Luke Peaches . 141
California Peaches . 14 |
CASHED GOODS. /
"S"0y ter , 2 Hi cans , < ? case. . 8 75
do do lib can , per case. . 225
Lightweight Oysters 2 Ib tf case 2 90
Salmon , 1 Ib , t ? dozen . 1 70
do21by. . dozen . 2 75
Standard JTomatoes,2 llj , case 2 50
" " aibltTcase 385
Standard Peaches , 3 Ib , 0 case. 4 50
' " " 2 Ib , $ case. 3 60
Raspberries , 2 Ib , ' tf'case. . 3 00
Blackberries , 2 Ib , tf case . 2 70
Corn , 2 tt . $ J case . 2 50a4 00
Apples , Gal , tf doz . 385
Narrow Fat Peas,2 Ib , tf case. . S 90
String 'Beans. 2 Ib. per case. . . . 2 40
SUNDRIES.
Nutmegs. . 10
Pepper. . . . . . A. . . . . 16
Allspice . 17
Cloves ; . 45
Cossia . 27
Rope . llj
Candles. 16oz . 13
Greenwich Lye.per case . 3 90
Beans.-per bushel . . -.T. 80
Cheese fnll cream . 14
'
' ULtASS.
; , * .
WIndowGlass. GO per cent , discount -
count oil list
HARDWARE.
- * * " IKOS.
Common bar . JS
" "
Horse-shoe bar . 4
Norway naij rod . , " 10Jl
HXEia.
Castplow . 8
Am. cast , tool . 15@17
g. dft . :
'
AIL3.
Tens.tipwards. . 350
B'rd'd's shoe 'g .
" "
ix mule" .
Omaha nails-tens , .upwards. . . 8 50
NwWshn . tVT 2S
DRY GOODS.
. BROWN COTTONS.
Atltitio "H"
do "F- . : : ;
Peoparell "O"
do 'S- : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :
Indian Head . I"I ! ! ! !
Nebnwka , Standard "AA"
JJO1MS.
Beaver Greek , . "AA" . Ji
-do f"BB" .
Haymakers . . . . . . . . . . . .
: : " "
"BB" . . . . . 14
do "CO" . , \ \ \ \ 13
DUCKS.
Plymouth "AAA" . -IK
Jfew-Bedford.J.0 oz
- . .
BoetoaS.O . t . -Jo
BLEACHED
XiosscLilo . . . . . . . .
do Cambric vj1
Cabot . . - . . . ' . . g
Fruit of the Loon 11
ve Yort MiUa „ 13
Hills'Muslia. . . . . * . . - li
WazasntU , " _
Pepperell _ 6-4-20
"
do . . . . 8-4 21
"
do . . . -4 27
do , U-4-SO
Ticmios. r
Amoeisft ? , M 21
"
T : * "ao
,
QO n n r\ t *
- {
.
PB1KT8.
Albany . 7
Albion./ . I
Harmony. . . . . .
American . i
Allen's . I
Allen'aPinkn . '
Ancoua Fancy : . * , i
Manchester . '
Merrimaclr. . . . , , ' '
MerrimackShirtinss. . - > : * * K <
Richmonda . i
'
c ,
Sprague'a .
' . '
Simpson's Mourning
.
American .
Amoakeac .
Awning stripes. . . . - . . . .
Lewiston , A .
Hamilton . .
Omega . . . . ,
7
.Ittafield .
LUMBER.
FraminK , 18 ft. and under . s ? 20 0
Each add. ft over 18 , per M. . . . 5
Fencing , No. 1 , 12 to 20 ft . 22 ( X
No. 2 12 to 20 ft . 20 0 (
SheetLig , Dressed , No. 1 . 20 01
" " No. 2 . 190
Common Boards , Dressed . 22 OC
STOCK BOABDS.
AStock . 400C
B " . S50C
0 " . 80 OC
Common Stock . 25 C
JTLOORINQ.
No.JLFIooring . 40 X
No.2 " . 35 OC
No.3 " . 25 OC
Yellow Piue Fleoring , No. 1 . . . 45 OC
SIDING.
No.lSididg . 2500
No.2 " . 2250
No. 8 " . 00
PICKJSTS.
No. 1 Pickets , per M . 3250
No.2 " " . 2500
FIN18HINO.
No. IvFinish , 1 } , li , and 2 in. . . 65 00
No.l 1 in . 6000
No. 2 " 1J , 1J , and 2 in. . . 45 00
No.2 " lln . * . 4000
Uo. 3 Finish , in . 3500
SHIP LAP.
PlalnBhipLap . 2300
0. G. " No.l . 3000
" " No.2 . 2500
" " No.3
. .
CEMNa.
S leaded , 6 In , , No. 1 . 2500
No.2 . 2300
J Beaded , 4andGin. , No.1. . . . 4000
" " No.2. . . . 8500
Corrugated Ceiling , No. 1 . 50 00
SHINGLES.
A Star ( best ) Shingles. . 376
No.2 " . 300
No.3 " . 26 !
LATH . . 40
Lime , bbl . 13.
' bulk. per bush . . . . 41
Cement. bbl . . . . . * . . * * *
Iowa Plaster , bbl . - 2 50
Michigan Plaster , bbl . 271
Hair , per bush . 21
Tarred Felt , 100 Ibs . 300
Straw Board , " . 400
O. G. Battens , per 100 ft lin. . . 1 25
Well Curbing . 3000
Ro ugh ) , and 2 in. , in Batts.per
lOOftlin . M
POSlb.
Cedar Halves , 7in . 1 !
" " 6in . -II
" Quarter , 8 In . II
. . . . . . . . . . . .
4x4. . . . . . . . . . v >
4Zu . . . . . . . . . . . . '
0. G. Casing. 6J and 6 In. , per
100 ft , lln . SCO
Oak Plank and Timber , per M. 40 0 (
Clear Poplar . 50
Black Wilnnt . 10000
HIDES.
Qre n-HideBtparlb . 7
Green Cured Hides . &
Dry Hides . 12@15
Dry Salted Hides . 10@12
Bheep.Pelta . 80@1 00
T Uow . 4J5
* LIQUORS. WINFS.'ETO.
High Wines , tf gal . . _ .IK
Alcohol , 180 V cent , tf gal. . . . 216
French Spirits proof . 1 2C
Marshall's Bourbon Whisky . . . . 1 25
Miller's Bourbon Whisky . 1 5C
Brandy , veryfine , gal. . 4 00a8 00
do common to fine . 1 50a3 76
Gin , 100 per cent . 1 40a3 00
do Holland , 90 per cent . 1 2
1 nms , mixed Jamaica , ? ? gal. . . . 1 25a4 00
do New England . 2 00a2 50
Kennedy Bitters gal . 150
do do tf case . 7 CO
' do do do 100 caselots 6 60
Champagnes , pints in baskets . .20 OOaSO 00
Domestic Champagne . 12a20
I' ort Wine tf case . 5 OOalO 00
Sherries . 6 OOalO 50
Ales , Edinburg . 275
do Bass i Go's . 275
Guinness Dublin Stout . 2 76
LEATHER.
Best SlaughterSole . 33a35
Beat ; Oak . r . 38aJl
French Kips . 1 10al45
French Calf , leading brands. . . . 1 25a2 10
Domestic Kips . 65 al 00
Domestic Catts . 90al 10
Hemlock upper , foot ' . 20a 22
Oak upper , p foot. . . . . 24
Grain , upper , tf foot . 20a22
Linings , $ doz . 7 OOalO 00
Toppings , 1 ? doz . 900
Morocco , ( bootleg ) tf foot . 35
do oil dressed . 35
do Simon per akin . 2 75a3 00
do Glove < kid . 325
Boot Webbing , tf bolt . 40a50
HARNESS LEATHER.
No. 1 Pittsburg Oak . 41
No. 2 Pittsburg Oak . 33
No. 1 Cincinnatti Oak . 36
No. 2 Cincinnati ! Oak . 33
No.lHemlock . 36
No. 2 HemTock. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
COAL , KETAIL
Anthricite . 1050
Elossburg . 1200
Wyoming. . . 850
Oskaloosa . 550
lowaNut . 500
White Breast . 660
A MONUMENT OF GOLD
Should be erected In memory of the inventor of
"Arukcsis , " the external Pile Remedy. Mr.
James J. Rassett , of Erie , Peuna. , writes as fol
lows :
Messrs. NEVSTAZDTER b Co. ;
QSITTLIMM Enclosed find P. 0. orJcr for $1.00
for which lend box "Anakeju. " I hare used
two boxes and feel it m ; duty to gay to you that
by the use' of your simple remedy I have been
raited from the brink of doipalr to the joj ful
hope of icon being able to declare mysslt en
tirely cured. One month's trial , at the tmall
expense of the coitof one box of "Anakesls" has
given me more relief than two years dactoring
with our best physicians here. Snrtly a monument
ment of gold should be erected in memory of
the inventor of Anakcsla. fcend At once if pos
sible.
I shall be pleased to reply to any one who in
quires as to the merits of your valuable medi
cine , should you eecfit to publish this.
Eincerely jour servant ,
JAKES J. BASSXTT , Erie , Pa.
"Anakesis" is sold by all druiits Price
11.00 per box. Samples cent free to all sufferers
on application to "Anakcsis Depot , Box 3340 ,
New York.
* -f ACTOSQC
-Would'stthou my fnend food health etiJoy ,
Each day and hour your time employ ;
Secure reposa from sickness , ills ,
This thou can'st do take Liver Pitti ;
& doet thou suffer from disease ,
Caused by exposure , diet T these ,
Or other lUs , wliafcrtheir name ,
Submit at once , and leave the frame ,
Like shadows darting o'er the hills ,
In terror flee from Liver PiUt.
Vice-like although they've clung fer years ,
Encouraged be , nor yield to fears.
Repose in quiet , health's bright rills
Pursue the pathway of these Pills.
In childhood , youth and in old age ,
Let cheerful thoughts my mind engage ,
Let others suffer fevers , chills.
Sura tfunt art free with Llrer Piltt.
Sold at wholesale by C. F. GoodmanJ. E. Ish.
Bd Kennard & Fonvth , Oinaha * apr8d&wlyS ( )
"It Is well known that a relationship ex *
UU between piles , constipation , kidney
diseases and liver troubles. In Kidney
Wort we have a remedy that acts on tn
general system and restores health by gen
tly aiding nature's internal process ,
ept26d&w
Ail Flayed Oat
common complaint In hot weather.
H yon < eel noget a package of Kidney-
Wort and take it and you will at once feel
ltn tonic power. It keeps -up the healthy
action of' the Kidneys , Bowels and Liver ,
nd-thns restores the natural "life and
-treugth to the weary body.
As Honest Medicine Jbree of UhargeJ
Of all medicines advertised to cure
any affection of the Throat , Cheat or
Lungs , we know of none we can rec
ommend as highly as DE , KING'S NEW
DISCOVERT for Consumption. Coughs ,
Oolda , Asthma , Bronchitis , Hay Fe
ver , Hoarseness , Tickling in the
Throat , loss of voice , etc. This med
icine' does positively cure , and that
Trhere everything else has failed. No
medicine can show one-half so many
positive and permanent cures as have
already been effected by this truly
jonderfol remedy. For Asthma and
BronchltiB it is a perfect specific , cur
ing the rery worst cacei InUhe short-
ett .time pooible. We * say by all
means give it a trial Trial lottlea
free- : ' Regular ilze $ LOO. Fcr Jeby
8(1)17 ( ) J , K. ISH , Omaha. f
THE WIDOW AEMSBY.
I was emoking roy third Havana ,
and meditating upon a variety of
things among others the iho in Eiio
etock , the inscrutable fate that had
loft mo a bachelor so many years , the
dep.h of feminine depravity that made
my sister Laura drag mj to' Newport
every season , when I might go to
W. arid luxuriate in trout fishing
and ehirt sleeves when the postman
brought my nnil. Thtre was a Ittter
from Laura. I read all the others
first. Not lut that 1 think a great
deal of Liura , but sho"is addicted to
the cuatonury feminine failings , ex
aggeration and prolixity , which make
her lottsrs ralher exaiperat'ng ' to a
msnof my tcmpsrament , who invaria
bly calls a spade a spade , and eaya
what ; he has to say in the smallest pos
sible space.
When I had finished reading the
others I could scarcely summon cour
age to open Laura's I knew so well
she wai laying tome new snare for my
unwary feet. Doubtless Newport and
her dear friend , Miss Angelique De
Flummerie , were not enough for this
season. Still , fate is sometimes kind
er than our deserts ; there was a bare
possibility that the might let me off
fur this summer. Emboldened by that
thought I opened it and toad : '
"UnAK JACK : It is just the molt
fortunate thing imaginabla that you
are coming down next Tuesday , for
my dear frltnd and schoolmate , Ma
rion Earl , of whom you have often
heard me speak , is coming , too , and
alone , and will be delighted to have
you for an escort. She is visiting in
Albany , but will bo in the ladies' room
at the station , at ten o'clock
Tuesday morning. I send ft photo
graph , so yon may be sure to know
her. Don't forget that she is Mrs.
Armsby now ; she married Joe Arms-
by three years ago , and he only lived
a few months after , you know. ( Yo > ,
I did know Joe Arnuby a recklets ,
dissipated fool. What could a girl be
who married him ? ) I know you will
be delighted to make yourself agree
able to dear Marion , and can't help
being charmed with her aho is so fas
cinating and brilliant. "
Fas'cinat'nz and brilliant ! If there
is anything in the world that I hate it
is a woman who is called brilliant and
fascinating. I groaned in agony of
spirit. But there was nothing for it
but to hunt up "dear Marion , " see to
all her trunks , satchels , umbrellas and
poodles Laura's dear friends always
travelled with poodles sae that she
had a comfortable seatj and was
neither too cold nor too warm , had
plenty of books and bananas , and ,
worst of all , beguile her soul with
small talk incessantly your brilliant
and fascinating woman always wanti
to talk.
Now perhaps you may think , espe
cially if you are a she , that I was a
cynical old bachelor. I was nothing
of the sort. The trouble was that 1
had an ideal of womanhood , and my
sister's dear friends didn't come up to
it. They were all women of the pe
riod , [ ( abominable expression , but
more abominable things at leut I' '
used to think so. My ideal was a dove-
eyed , soft-voiced'little woman- with
soft light hair , not crimped or frizzes ,
or any of those abominations , but
combed "Madonna-wise , " and entirely
superior to the dictates of fashion in
her dres . She wore plain , graceful
( lowing robes , and artistic combina
tions of color , but flounces , overskirts
and furbelows never ! "
Laura was accustomed to askm ? ,
sarcastically , if I ever expected to
ind this paragon of perfection , and if
[ did , "did I expect to appear in pub
lic with her ? "
I can hardly say that I did expect
expect ever to find her , and there-
ore I expected to * live till the 'end of
my days a lonely , forlorn , melancholy
old bachelor. Still , I am only thirty-
hreo , and had not quite given up the
search. But among Laura's friends I
should never find her , that was cer-
ain. And this one was a widow
worse and worse ! But there was no
need'for me to "bevareof vidders. "
I had , naturally , a perfect horror of
them ; not all the widows in the uni
verse could beguile me.
The Widow Armsby's photograph
lad dropped to the floor. It occurred
o mo , then , to see how she looked a
rather necessary proceeding , you will
allow , if I was to recognize -.her in a
crowded waiting room by that means.
There was nothing particular about
the face. It wai well shaped , andhad
a pleasant expression ; the eyes and
lair , I judged , were dark ; the hair
was gotten up in the latest style , of
course , crimped and frizzed and puffed
and braided andcurlod , until the head
ooked like the tower of Babel.
I gazed at the picture till I thought
; should know the Widow Armsby if
' . saw her , and then put it in my
> ocket , where I should have it to look
, t Tuesday morning if I should get
mzzled.
I did get very much puzzled on
Tuesday morning. The waiting-room
ras pretty well filled , but though I
lad thought the face such an ordinary
ne , there was not a lady there who at
H resembled the picture. I took the
ihotograph out of my pocket and
tudied it furtively , until a pair of
chool-girls caught me at it , and began
o giggle , after the manner of the
pociea , thinking , no doubt , that it
was affection which riveted my eyes
upon the Widow Armsby's features
bey never were more mistaken ! I
cralked around the room , and looked
nquiringly at every woman who might
) ossibly be supposed to be the Widow
irmsby. Not one of them looked at
H responsive. My photograph had
> oen forwardedto the Widow Armsby ,
nd as it was a striking likeness ,
'lasses and all she mast have recog-
lized mo if she was there. I made a
rantic leap on board the last car just
as it was slipping out of the depot.
I must be on duty at Newport , widow
r no widow.
My spirits rose. I had done my
uty , and yetl was not burdened with
be widow Armsby ! , Suddenly an
legantly embroidered little satohel ,
with the letter A on it , caught my eye.
t was hanging dfrectly over 'the seat
n front of me. A stood for Armsby ;
bat was what attracted my attention.
looked at its owner ; she was' a "girl
f the period ; * ' there was no question
bout that. She had on what is called
' /stylish" traveling dreis , s mass of
Tinkled hair drawn down over her
orehead , a little hat with a'bird's
iring on it. set jauntily on top of a
ieap of coal-black braids and puffs ,
ler profile was turned toward me , and
! could see that she had. a straight lit-
to nose and long lashes. I scrutinized
ler face because I thought she might
> e the widow Armsby , and had not
iked the looks of my photograph suf-
iclently well to wait for me.
She turned and looked at me , as
eras quite natural. But then having
ooked once , she turned and looked
gain. I would not have you suppose
hat was an unusual occurrence. I
m considered to be a particularly
ood-looking man , and young ladies
f ten look at me twice ; but I fancied
saw in her eyei a sort of recognition
bright black eyes they were , with a
aucy , make-fun-of-every thing sort of
xpression to them not my dove-
yed ideal by any * "mean I But * IF
mighf.be Mrs. Arnabyr the features
prera certainly not unlike hen ; the
night perhaps make an ordinary-look'
ng picture , ODgknSWfe " j MYeTe
> y no means ordiaiey3" ! ' ' *
J3ut I couTdn' $ quite make np' ify
mind to speak to her , on the slrengtt
of an A on her travelling ba ? , and :
resemblance that mi ht bo purely im
aginary. Beside' , , if she were th (
'
'Widow Armiby she had given mo thi
slip , ar dT wa3ti't obliged ID dovoh
myself to'her. But I.did wiih she
would turn round ones more. Slit
didn't , however. She stuck her tick'
et in her hat band oh , these "girl ol
the paricd" ways ! My idtal could
never be capabbi f sticking her tckct
in her hatband and devotad heree'i
td apipar-colorednovel.
I read my newspaper ; it was singu
larly dull and uninteresting , and ! fa-
vrrvd it occasionally by a glaiica at a
straight little nose and long lashes. ]
wondered if anybody beyond child
hood ever had such very long lashc ;
before. I had never thought of it before
fore , but I added thera now to the
sweet and seraph'c ' face of my ideal.
Suddenly she laid down her book
and took a letter from her pocket. 1
leaned over and looked at-the super
scription. I considered it justifiable
under the circumstances not because
I admired her eyelashes , you under
stand , but because she might be Mrs.
Arnuby. Sure enough , the letter was
directed to "Mrs. M. Armsby. " I
rose impulsively.
"I have the pleasure of speaking to
Mrs. Aimsbf , I believe ? I I have
your photograph. " ( Those saucy
black eyes were looking mercilessly
straight at me , and I blushed and
stammered like a schoolboy. ) "I ex-
Eected to find you in the waiting-room.
I am very sorry to have missed
you. "
"You are uncle John , then ? " she
said , frankly , extending a daintily
gloved hand.
"Why why , y < ; 8 ; brother Ned's
children call me so sometimes ! " ]
stammered.
Uncle John sounJs very old bachel-
orish , some w y. I didn't fancy it at
all.
all."I
"I am so clad to hava met you ! I
dislike traveling alone so much ! I
quite dreaded the journey ! When you
didn't come to the hotel , I thought
something must have prevented you
from meeting me. I didn't think of
looking in the wa'tmg room. "
At the hotel ! Uh , that was so like
Laura , thought I , with a smotherei
grcan. She had not mentioned a ho
tel to me , and here wzs this charming
little creature thinking that I had
neglected her !
"It was bid enough coming all the
way from Chicago a'one , " she warbled
on , in such abirdlike voice !
Once I might hive called it rattling ,
for she did talk agroit deal , but , an !
not now. Was it possible that I , a
man of thirty-three , with an ideal ,
was subjugated by a pair of saucy
black eyes , and some long lashes , be
longing , too , to an unmistaKable "girl
of the period ? " Alas ! I could not
tell. Some change had certainly
"come over the soirit of my dream. "
"lam so impatient to tee the dear
children again. I think they are the
cutest , cunningest little things. Flos
sy is my especial favorite. "
"Now , as my niece , Flossy , had ar
rived at the mature ago of five or six
weeks , I thought Mrs Armsby had
rather strange tastes. As I had never
had the pleasure of meotinsj my youth
ful relative , and had , indeed , bean ap
prised only the day before that her
name VMS Flossy ; I could not be ex
pected to respond very cordially to
this sentiment.
I couldn't bs expected to , I tay , but
I did. Whit sentiment wouldn't I
have responded to , backed by those
eyes and that bewitching smile ?
"The loveliest of them all And
such a sweet name , " murmured I , like
an imbecile.
"And Nellie isn't she a darling ? "
Who was Nellie ? Not one of Ned's
children. Possibly one of Laura's
friends ; I didn't remember all their
names. It wouldn't be safe for 'me to
ay she was "a darliug" upon unrcr-
taintie ] , but I did think it safe to respond
spend , with some enthusiasm
"She's a very nice girl. "
"Anicagirll" And the saucy eye
danced. "Why , I moan the little Spitz
dog. "
"Oh , yes ; certainly ! A very nice
dog , " stammered I , inwardly cursing
my stupidity in not remembering the
name of the wretched little beast thit
was always under my feet at Ned's.
She talked about a good many other
people whose names I didn't remem
ber. How I wished I had taken more
interest in Laura's friends. If they
bad only been more like her I should
bavo had no occasion for that regret.
I took excellent care of her , she
said , with a bright little smile ; and
irhat a delightful thing it was to take
pare of her. After we got over talk
ing about our mutual friends and on
to general subjects , I grew gradually
more at ease ; I felt as if the hours
were slipping by in a delightful dream.
"We are almost there , " she said ,
luddenly. _
"Oh , 'Newport ' Is a good many miles
iwayyet'I said , almost wishing we
anight never got there , to have an in-
terruptipn to this blitsful dream.
"Newport ? But I am not going to
Newport ; are you ? I thought you
irero going direct to Alice's. She
irrotome that you were. "
This was very bewildering. I began
to perceive that there was a mistake
lomowhere.
"I don't know Alice , " I said. "I
im going to Newport to most my sis
ter Laura , who wrote me that you
irere going there , too. "
"I am going to K , to vuit my
lister , who is married an lives there ;
ind she wrote me that her husband's
uncle would como to the hotel for me.
Aren't you ancle John ? "
I'laraunclo John to my brother's
jhildron , but not to your sister's hus
band , I am afraid , " I said dolefully.
The black eyes danced like will-o'-
the wisps.
"It's too funny for anything ! " she
Jechred. "I thought you were very
unlike Ella's description of uncle
John so much younger than I sup
posed he was. "
At this interesting moment the cars
itopped , and the conductor shouted
"Oh dear me ! I mustn't get left ? "
said my fair companion , in a flutter.
"It is such a funny thing altogether
ind I am so much obliged to you "
"Allow me to give yon my card , "
itammered I , as 1 assisted her out ,
hardly awake yet to the situation ,
"and to hope "
And then I saw her gathered to the
embraces of half a dozen women and
i very black-whiskered young man ,
ivith a fierce pang of jealousy.
She was gone andl didn'tevenknow
the name of her brother-in-law ; knew
nothing abput her except that she was
the widow Armsby ! Did I even know
that ? Yes , I bad saen the name on
ber'lettar , and she had acknowledged
it when I spoke to her. But she
: ouldn't be Laura's widow Armsby ,
therefore she couldn't be Jo Armsby's
widow. Of course not ! Sha never
ronld have married an unprincipled
scamp like him.
I fell to wondering what her hus
band was like ; what her second would
36 like * . I would be the fortunate
nan or perish in the attempt ! .
I reached Newport in a "dream. I
iras introduced to the Widow Armsby ,
/ho had changed her plant and gob
there before me , still inia dream.
' Tour very ideal ! " whispar ed Laura ,
ind Hooked at her again.
She was a little pale woman , with
irab hair , combed plainly behind her
> ara and done np in a "pug" behind.
She had on a very long-flowing robe
if white xatulin , and-not an orna
nent.of.'any kind. I have my suspi
this ; "Widow " Armsby
gotten herself up for my especial b ne
fit , aa I afterward aa v her m a veri
different gu'se.
"Jack , i'u'tBhe'lovely"said ? Laura
niscon a * we were alono. "She Lik :
EO like an rngol ! "
"Sho looks like the Witch of Ender
or ! " eaidTl , ung.illantly.
Laura said I wai a bru'c , aud sh <
would like to know what jay "ide l'
was
I wout to K oa the ca'ly morn
ing train. How I was going t' ) find
my ina-nrrita was more than I knew ,
but find her I would. I aked the
proprietor of the hotsl if ho knew
wnero Mr. ' . Arm-by , < f Chicago , was
visiting. He didn't knw. I weut
to the pcs'oftke , the dry goods fctoio ;
the circula'irg ' library with tbo tame
result. At Lst I wont boldly up tc
the door of n priva'o house. It look
ed aa if she wera there , I don't know
why. Perhaps thdrc ia an additional
ssnso bastowed upon people ai much
in love as I wa * in compensation for
the sense that is taken away. Anyway
I felt sure she was there : A round
curly heal stuck itself out of the
door.
' 'My Aunt Mabel is here she isn't
Mrs. she's only a young lady , " it re
sponded to ray question.
Could it be possible that she wasn't
the widow Armsby , after all ? Per
haps it mil-lit have been Miss that I
saw on the letter !
I had not time to reflect before the
danc'ng eyts , tbo bswitchin ? smile ,
were before me. Thera was a bewitch
ing blush , too , now , and a little shy
ness , that set mo quite at my ease.
What is the usa of telling any more ?
If I hadn't come off victor , if I hadn't
been the luckiest follow alive. do you
suppose I ever should have told this
story at all ?
The Widow Armsby found her second
end fate at Newport that summer ( but
not while masquerading as my "ideal" )
and I made her an elegant wedding
present as a slight expression of the
gratitude I owed her. For If it had
not been for her I might have been a
forlorn and miserable old bachelor to
this day , instead of being married to
the brightest eyes that ever danced
and the truest little heart that ever
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t 2 & * u "fyouf Erugqitt , he via ordir U\ \
* for you. Price , SIJOO. '
; C3. , Psjd _
UarUacton , Vfc
Q 1 1 D H n 1 1 D C or oiiffiSjos. Bronchitis
O U 1 i L UUilL Asthiiin , Consumption ,
And ALL DISEASES of the Throat and Lungs.
Put Up in Quart Size Bottles for Family Use.
. . .WONT BE DECEIVED by unsrlncipletl d-nlers who try to p\lm off uponvott
i Rock and Rre in p'a.-e of oarTOLl' HOCK anl RYE , which Is the only MED
10ATED article nuJe , the GE.VUI VE ti \ in a GOVEBSM KST STAill' on eich bottle.
Extract from Report of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue :
TREASURY D PARTiEST. ! OFFICE OF INTERNAL REVENUE , >
\VHIIINOTO.X , D. C , J nuaiT2) ) , 1S50. j"
Messrs. LAWRENCE & MAKTIN , 111 Madlsoi St , Chlcato. 11U. :
OKNILIKIS : 1 have received a "certiflcd for-it.lv" ebiiKtha inxreOients and relative proper- *
tlons used In the mwufactnie of an niclo which you advera-ra and ; cll under the n\me of 'TOI.U
ROUK and KYE. " Thlscomponnd.accordbe tojonr ( < jrraula. In the opinion wf Ibis etUjo. woull
have a sufficient quantity of tha BALSAM OF TOLU U > cite It all thaadvantae iwcritx-J tothU
art'clo in pectcral complaints , whiia the whijky and sjrupconjlitute aneioulJon nn letinff tha >
comronnd anagreeallo remedy to the patient.
lathe opinion of this office , an rticl compounded accordinjr to thi < f oramla miy properly bo
clatced as a me jicinal preparati m under tl-e i rorijlons of S hedala A , firflotrin section 3,437. U. S-
Revised Statutes , and when so stamped m T be co'd by I ru iH' , Apothecaries , and Other Penom
without rcn'tering them liable to p > y speo'al tax as liciiiT dealer * .
Yours Respectfully , ( Signed ) GREEN. B. RATJM , Commlsaionor.
Lamrenoe & Martin , Chlcsgo , See ! Azcnls for the L'mtwl St-.tc and Canada. Sa'd by Drur
jlsts. Grocers ud General Dealers emy hero \\lioKwIo A jntf.r Neb , STU1LE , JOI SON &
K > . , wiU supply the trida at manufacturcri prUej.
WHO IS UNACQUAINTED WITH THE GEOGRAPHY O ? fHIS COUNTRY.
VSEE BY EXAMINING THIS MAP , THAT THE
CHICAGO , ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC R. R.
IS THE GREAT CONNECTING LINK BETWEEN THE EAST & THE WESV * ,
1U main line runs from Chlcaso to Council
Bluffs , posMnu through Juliet. Ottawa. La Snllc.
Qenesao. Moline , Ilocfc Island. Davenp > rt. West
liberty. IowaCttr.Mareuuo , Urooklrn. Grinnell ,
Des Molnes ( the capital of Iowa ) . Stuart , Atlan
tic , and Avoca ; with branches from Dureiu
Junction to Peorla ; Wilton Junction tolfusca-
Uto. Washington. KalrQeld. EMon. Uelknap ,
Ccntrevllle , Princeton. Trenton. Gallatln. Camo-
rnn. Lcavenworth. Atchlson. and Kansas City ;
Washington to Slgourner. Oskaloosa. and Knox-
Tllle : KeokuK to Farmlnoton , Bonaparte , Ucn-
tonsDorU Independent. Eldon , Ottumnn. Eddr-
Tllle.Oskaloosa. Pella , Jlonroc. and Ues Molnes :
Newton to Monroe i lies Molnes to Indtanola and
WlDterset : Atlantic to Lenls and Andubon ; and
A oca to llarlan. This la positively the only
hallroad. which owns , and operates a through
line from Chicago Into the State of Kansas.
Through Express Passenger Trains , with Pull-
Jnan Palace Cars attached , are run each way dally
between CHICAGO and PEOKIA. KANSAS Crrv ,
COUKCII * BLcrrs. LEAVENWOUTU and ATCHI-
Sox. Thrnnsh cnr are also run between MI'TBU-
kee find Kansas City , via the "Milwaukee and
Unck Island Sho-.LIne. "
The "Great V.ock Island Is mnsnlflccntly
equipped. Its road bed Is Ebnplr perfect , aud Us
track Is laid tlth steel rails.
What will please you most will be the pleasure
of enjoying your meals , while parsing over the
beautiful prairies of Illinois and Iowa. In one of
our magnificent Dining Cars that accompany all
Through Express Trains. You cct an entire
meal , as good as Is served In liny first-class hotel ,
lorseventy-flve eenti.
Appreciating the fact that a majority of the
oeoplo prefer separate apartment * for different
purposes ( and the Immense pa 'enger business
) f this line warranting It ) , wo ur > pleased to an
nounce that this Company runs Pullmnn I'alaee
Slnpfng fan for sleeping purposes , and 1'atiia
at all hears of the day.
Magnincent Inm UricUes span tbo MjjU
and Missouri rivers at all point * cro iM. < l t >
line , and transfers are avoided st Coiinrt.
Kan < as Cltjr. Lcavcnwtirth. and AUus ! < jS
ni-ctlonsbeincmado In Union Dupon.
TUB PllINCIfAI. 1L It. CUNNKCTItMiA C J
THIS C2UEAT THKOUUU LINK AKtf M
FO1XOWS :
At CIIICAUO. with all diverging lines on cts
AtKNOtewooD. with the L.S.4M.S.
Ft. W. Jt C. II. Uds. ,
AtWAsiu.NQTo.v Hiianrs. with 1-
L. K. K.
At 1 SALLI. with. lit Cent. R. It.
At PEOKIA. with r. iJIM > .
W. : III. Mid. : andT.r.A . IWs.
At UOCK I L.\sn. with "Milwaukee i
bland Short Line. " and liock M'll A tec.
AtlMVKXPOirr.wlth the Davenport
C.M.AM.P.U.H.
At WEST I.IIIEBTT. with the H , C. K. A "
At C uiXNEirttth Central Iowa K. It.
AtDES MoL.Nt.d.wlthU 3L4K.D ll.i i
Atl'ouNCiL IJLrrrs.with Union I"nclnrf. * . <
At OMAHA , with II. * Mo. It. U. 1U In fie& . > .
AtCII.UMUC3jLINCT10X.wlthU..C. H.AN. lwV ,
At OTTCMWA. with Central Iowa It-tl. V * , !
gt.l .Al'at.BndC.lJ.Jty. It. IldX. i
At hEOKUK. with Tol. . I'eo.Var.t Vvni , f * *
At CAMKIIOV. wlthlT-fct-J It it. "
At ATCIItsON. wltli Atch.Topeka&S OLif * - *
A tell. & Neb. nnd Cen. lir. If. I > . li. lids.
At I.RAVEXWOUTII. with Kan. la& . two { uu * .
Cent. It. Hda.
AtKANSAi CtTT.wlth all lines lor thf
and Southwest.
VAL.ACE C.VItH nrn ran thmuzh ta rr.OltIA , T > KS
COUNCIL ML.UFF8 , K.A.VSAH CITT , ATCJIIMON , and LKA VEX1VOILTH.
Ticket * Tin thl * Line , known n the "Orvut JCocli . Iilund Jlonte , " are o5 ! * 1C
all Ticket Agents In the VnllJ State * and Canada.
Far Information not obtainable at your-homo ticket office , addre .
A. . KUVH3ALJD. E. ST. .TOJETN.
Oea'l Superintendent. Uen'l Tkt. and Pass'gr An.
GHAS. SHIVERiGK.
FURNITURE , BEDDING , FEATHERS
And everyxliing pertaining to the Furniture and
upholstery Trade ,
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF NEW GOODS AT THE
1208 and 1210 Farnham Street.
p U man th sat
Improved Buckeye
Combined Riding Corn Cultivator
± sso _ I *
MANUFACTURED BY S. P. MAST & eO.SPRINFFIELD , 0
They also make Buckeye Improved Iron Ueam Walking
Cultivator , with or without Springs.
The ffew Force Feed Buckeye Drill , one or tvio Horse Style.
Inquire for them at the beat dealers.
F. H. PUGH , Gen , Agent. Umana. ffeb.
A new and and hitherto unknoim remedy to
all diseases of the Kidneys , Bladder.and Urinary
Organs.
It will positively cure Diabetes , Gravel , Drop
sy , Bright' * Dise e , Inability to retain or en > el
the Urine , Catarrh of the Blaedtr , high cOtOrtd
and scanty urine. Painful UnntliEf , LAME
BACK , ( Jeneral Weaknen , and aU Female
Complaints.
It avolde * internal inedldnes , it certain hi it
effects and cures when nothing elsa can.
Ferula by Druggists or sent by m n free
upon receipt ot the price , 12.00.
DAY KIDNEY PAD CO. . PROP'BS ,
Toledo , O.
< 78end your tddrew for onr little book ,
Hov a Life was Saved. "
JAMES K. IS ? , Agent
TESTIMONY.
The Cashier ol the First Katlozul Bank , Troy
" *
' IBy " TMT , O. . December 30th , 1373.
DR. EC9ASKO MiDiciai Co. , Piaua. O. :
OX3TLUIU-I waa trouble * ith Rheuma-
thmlart spring In the acute tjtm yobadlytha
I -was unable to n e my hand. Throj h .
recommendatioMofmy frlenl" . Iwa lndace.1 si
to try Rheumatic Cur. . "ch."at . ' 5 i
your
. , the and
begai to soothe , comfort and J .y pUn ,
ina horttimiiTa rrueredotthJ di tre inz
recommending
Yours resptetfuUy , JhO.L. MEREDITH.
There remedl P 'or then elTe . To try
them U to be cured. It YOU cannot t them ot
TOUT Drnwiit. by remlttinar us t3-00 we wiir
wnd o ? Ar bottle * ot the Bhemnatla Cure , or
Ix of the Pfle Ktmedy. by exprera prepaid.
Giro plain direction for shlppla j. t
The Dr. Bosanko Medioine def - ,
f IQUA , OHIO.
a *
< < nr weexlnyoazowntoini. rennsacdcc
$ DUbte.A drtsa H.H llett $ Co. Portl 34 , X ?