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ith the pbenOn en,aalrgt ::h thise2a2ee" McCulley & Adams X X.[ HEb,K LON a?ln a,e ps h s t B , Txm i enlivenmg n . f [ * [ " R,,Ns .. t " " " " [" ~'' "' ] / No ~, Freight, ............... .L.'ZU p, mI" socondclassmail matter.] S hampoomg and Sea Foam, 1 TRAITS GOING "vEST. t " ' " ' ' " [,CORSET DEPARTMENT. " T X_T. .... " " T A low* Passen el" 10"10 a.m. "V~7". (~. Style 62. Dr. Warner s 1o g -- .... z~o. tl-z, ~'reign~ ................... :,,0... "/ ~jPROOF," price $1.00. [ All trains daily except Su,nday. . . / :BY SUPT. OF W. C. T. U. PRESS WORK. ~' .... $$ O~ " W C MERRILIa Agen~ " ' aist full bust boned with rustpro , ___-- --. . ~ Style 6~. Dr. Warner s long w , , i ~-~--- I "Letu, not be wear, m well domg, for . rieo $1.00. , ]prlee$t,00 . De SNIDER, ,,oR --.._ , nyderl ' ---- ;! #oraline, price $1.00. 1 D .,A. MA,P.S SL ................... .;J. x)j :] y . - .... ' ' n waist full form for figure with ex. DrPUTr MARSh*, ............ I eoutroled as well as, self-maue man, ~[ St le 333. Dr. Warner s extra 1o g.. , ~TREET uo~R ................... : " " " h me ea~ !!~,d~ral~:gwai0t~lm-gj~hipsandbust, prme$1.00" 1 Haule to any part of town, Reason COUNCI~ZN. ~l!teleftoh'SNew'Iiampshi::n:me in .... -'s .... w mv with strays buttons, steel front,| ,ore ra,es. L.E. Edmondson, John .BroLn, .Wq m rite,an(] changed n~ .. - , ,.,, ,., , Srvk .5. len,nger, at. ,.,e. Y'I order to get from under me oane.- ~rtee $t ..... ] .......... ,. ' | fu] shadow of intemperance. ~:~ We can fit an.y flgare with aDr. Wsrner's. Gorsek Dr,d Warner'v~rg~ have theth:] -- - r *W"".... ~alo]~l He be~an.~ on the lowest.round of ldoat, mo~trehable, bost known corset m the world t0 .y, w 500 Farmsand trade thesocial ladder, and chmbed up i~mea't cornet department in the City. ~5,600 to. loan on Washington county round b " round until ne became s, '~'~~ ~" __ ---- arms: abstracts made out. Apply to Y ~( . I"~T'~ A rlVl" O t TD T TD f " JOSEPH POLLARD, dR., oolitical power in the nation. YK/-klI ,31mu]), Washin,ton,'owa -- The first step he took in the ascen~ Cloaks and Millinery, ZOWA CWY, ZOWA, For Burial Cases, Caskets, Wood Coffins and cloth cove~ed caskets and UNDERTAKER'S -'- SUPPLIES. Of all kind~. Calls attended night or day Hearse furnished when wanted. SNIDER BROS. 0 ~C~eneral Ag't for the GOODWIN MFG. CO. ~* SY 0 1 X. QN. ~T~rest of the ~M[iooi~l~lppi l~iV~r. ] 0us Painter C. W. KIRKPATRICK'S RESTAURANT AND DINING HALL. A first class meal at any hour in the day, or a good luuch. Produces the above results in 30 DAY5. It acts powerfully and quickly. Cures when allothers Any thing in the Restaurant line. fail. Young men and old menwillrecovertheir We keep fresh stock ou hand all the youthful vigor by using REVIVO. It quicl~l~" " and surely restores from effects of self-abuse or ~--" : # ~J~ ~'.-- "~ ~ excess and indiscretions Lost Manhood, Lost " ~ --- ; ",*~'~ Vitality, lmpote.ngy, Nightly Emissions, Lost -- ~ ~' Power of either se~. Failing Memory, Wasting I heF .w on ince nt tie ea l at the 6001)W!N WASttER Disease*. ;,so "ia. N rvousne s, which units l ill po iti relt iuh all washing apparel, cuffs, collars ann all else, Irom one for study, basin.s or ram.triage. ]tns*paty mrs dowq tO the finest lanes, without the use of washboard or hand cures by starting at the seat of disease, but is s beef q. ~ -:'"-:~-" --'- as man,, as nossible of you while here, and ~till Great Nerve Tonic and Blood-Builder rUDIDlng. WI|I:~tA ul~ l r This and restores both vitality and strength to the placed him on the pledge never to drink intoxicating liquors. end step he took made him au iudus, triouslaborer the third a diligen~'~ reader, tie was sent to Washington to carry a petition against the adtuis-- sion of Texas into the Union. John Quincy Adams asked him to a dinner party, where he met with some the great risen of the nation. He was asked to drink wine. The tern-. tation to lay aside temperance pies for a moment in order*not seem singular was a strong one, he {esisted it and declined the of wine. Mr. Adams comme~ him for his adherance to his co~ tions. After he was elected to United States Senate, he gave friends a dinner at st noted hotel. The table was set with wine glass upon it. Where are the wine glasses?