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TILE D.ITLYE BOOK.. alder how dreary this w rid wouldlie
- without this blessed BI u oh. ; Let us
BY imv. 1 ;,47. T. ILENBT.
I be diligent is the study of it; andlOok-
The celebrated novelist, Sir Walter , ing steadfistly on the inane. of Jesus
Scott, during his last sickness, when he Christ, which is presentql in its pages.
had returned from Italy to die in, his pure and splendid, full of
. grace - and
native land, called upon his nurse to truth, may we through Allis life become
bring him the book; and his nurse ask- more and more conformed to the disiine.
ing him what book, his reply was, "the image, and finally be made partakers ' of
Bible, to be sure: that is the book, and the divine nature. • . L
the only book to which the definite:ar- I
tide can properly' be applied."
The Bible is! emphatieally the book.
There are other books, multitudes of
them; Scott himself wrote other books;
but there is one book, which not man,
but the Creator of man_wrote, and only
one such book, and that is the Bible!
Of all books in all languages: it is -- "first
in point of general and individual in
ter, st, is complete and true, is connect
ed with the commencement and the end
of. time, is a narrative of the vast, and
a lesson for the future."'
It- may be very naturally aske,l, if the
Bible is such a wonderful book. and
every thing of human production -is
tikiged with the imperfections of its au
thor, whly dOyou rut any other book
into our hands? To which we reply:—
• For 6as same reason as guide-boards are
put by the road-side; not to detain the
traveller, but to dilect him aright on his
journey. So we write the tract or mag-,
azine only to lead you to, study. and
value the Bible more. Especially do we
deem - this needful iu the present day,=
as there are so mauy false guides that
wonid misdirect you and lead you to
precipice frcim which you might fail and
perish. • The press is now teeming with
publications which, however they may
be gilded over with profe•eaons of lib
erality—freedom from the prejudices of
bigotry—or of profound e seliolarship,
are so many envenomed shafts aimed at
the vitals of our Christianity, insinuat
ing a deadly poison, which, but for a
timely antidote, may burn and agonize
the victims of skepticism forever. •'
But even the very best of human pro
ductions are not to be allowed an equal
ity with the word of God. Well has it
been said of the sacred writings,. that;
"inditel under the influence 'of Him to
whom all hearts are known they suit
mankind in all csuditions, grateful as
the manna which descended from heav
en and conformed itself to every palate.
The fairest productions of human wit,
after a few•pernsals, like gathered flow
ers, wither' in our bands and lose their
fragrance; but tber.e unfading plants of
paradise become, us we are accustomed
:to them, more and more beautiful; their
bloom appears to be daily brightened;
fresh odors are-emitted, and new sweets
extracted from them. He Who hath once
tasted their excellences will desire to
taste them yet again; and he.who tastes
them oftenest will relish them best."
Let no man's heart fail him, therefore,
on account of the assaults that are made
on his faith in thesßible, seeing that for
ages it has survived all the malice and
- power of.its eudmies, and still—
" Like some tall cliff it lilts its awful form,
Swells from the vale, and midway leaves the
• Though round its breast the rolling clouds
Eternal sunshine settles on its head!"
Nearly one hundred years ago, Paine,
the infidel of execrable memory, boast
ed that he had "gone through the Bible
as • a woodigau witti his axe, and cut
down all the trees in the Christian Eden;
so that however the priests might try to
stick them in again, they would never
grow." Impious man! he has passed to
the tribunal of thejudge whom he defied;
but the truths he thus boasted Of having
demolished, are still living, yea more,
are farikinmroot in every land, spread
ing their brUnches, and yielding their
„fruit `0 the eons of men.
Hnme,h more subtle and philosophical
adversary, exclaimed iu a tone of exult
ation, '"Methinks I see'the twilight of
this Chriitianify;" meaning the twilight
of the evening which would darken into
the night of Athoism;'but being pur
blind, he had mistaken the time of day.
It was the twilight of the morning,
Which has ever !duce been shining more
and more - unto th.q.-Arfect day. Nor
need we fear the more recent attn ck
which have been made on this sacred
volume, especially those upon the in
spiration of the Old Testament.. From
these hostile critics, we can appeal to
Him who has put his stamp of approval.
upon them - by repeated references and
How refreshing it is to turn from
these distractions in high places to the
dwellings of the pious poor, whose per
sonal experience of the truth and pre
ciousness of the sacred volume is atower
of strength .that no sophistry
turn! I read the other day Of such an
instance of simPle faith in the case of a
poor widow. of more than four score,
years. She had her, own marginal ref
erences. ' For against one - - precious
promise was put a large 1': Upon being
asked its meaning, she said, ."01), that
means precious." Iu the margin of au,
other were the letters T. I'., wiliCli she
said meant "tried and proved." The
learned critics won't& fiud such an in
wrought experiinent of faith itupregeti
l)l.• tl,all - their assaults; and,. bl-sse,l
GO, there are tens of thousands' who
lire the same inward witness to "the
tnitli as it is in Jesus," and who :"be-
Ileve to the saving of their souls." 3
The unlettered christian may not be
,Lbla le answer all the cavils, or unravel
all the sophisms of the skeptic, but he
Las such a conviction of the truth of the
I.liLle wrought iu his soul by the Holy
.Ghost, that you might as well try to
couviuee him that' there is neither light
nor heat in the sun, as to say there is
. not truth; precioUs, saving truth, inithe
Bible, - which has been the guide of his
youth; the stay of his manhood, fold
the staff of his age, anCkwhich, he knows .
moreover, will illumine the dark valley'
of death; while it assures him of "an in-'
heritsnce incorruptible, undefiled, and
that fadetl not nway - ."
. A wise and good man tells of a dreaiu
he once Ind, perhaps it was a waking
. dream. I was, that on a sudden all the
Bibles in e land had their words and
chapters b otted out, so as to contain'
nothing but white paper. From other
books 'also all scripture texts were as I
suddenly last, so that nowhere could he
found a single Bible word. It was as if
God had said, "The people Jo not love
my book tis they might, nor care to
read it; they shall not therefore ha'e it
any longer." Everywhere tbere was
sadness ilea fear. A great lamp seemed
tb havagone out, which had shone upon'
the way to heaven, arid all wens left iu
darkness. "Give us backoar Bibles;
ob„ give us back oar Bibles was the cry.
So God heard the prayer at last, and one
day the lost words shone forth again.
and filled the land with joy. Bat a les
non_had be4n learned .of the great Ore
doubtless of Scripture which coul 1 nev
, be er forgotten.
Let us learn this lesson. Let us eon-
FACTS AND FANCIES.
'The man who will he will steal,' and
per-contra, the man who will hook a
fish . will falsify about its'weight.
Nebraska version : 'She gnly seized
the kerosene to stimulate t he fire, and
the tenor who had .lovcd her ' atothe
funeral led the choir.' -
Emma Abbott has irprented a new
kiss. If she desires to dispose of the
old lot at coat. she can( learn of some ,
thing to her advantage by calling at
this office out of business houra.—Ez
A circus proprietor in Canada has
applied for the admission of his ele
phants to this country •free of duty.
On the ground we presume that their
trunk's contain no variables.
This is the latest western form of
saying a man was hanged: : "He was
unanimously chosen by a convention
.cd six property-holders . , to jump from
a new pine platform ' into the sweet
Don't you bathe?" asked Mr. Smith
of Miss4ones, on the piazza of the
West End, Long Branch. "No." said
she, "no, I never bathe—none of our
family ever do!" "Gracious!" exclaim
ed Smith, "is it possible !"
Au Oil City man purchased a small
hand bellows, took it home, and told
his wife ho'had concluded to blow his
brains out ; whereupon slit replied that
afsmaller sizd bellows would have' ans
Some unhappy person has said Lot's
wife would not ; have looked back but
a woman in a new dress,..passed her,
and she wanted to see if the back
breadth was ruffled;
Baron Magnus, the German Minister
has become insane, mainly on account
of iSadie Bernhardt. For such a mag
nificent advertisement she ought to
pension for life all ,the members of
Baron Magnus'-` family.
If the men were as silent about their
ages as the worrier], we shOuldn't hear
so many army reminiscences as we now
do. The ladies are worthy of being
patterned after in this regard.'
DINING WITH A TWO-H r EADED GIRL.--
In response to an•invitatiOn from Mr.
J. R. Smith,_ a Star I reporter took
breakfast with Mille Christine, the
double headed girl,. yesterday morning.
The interesting young lady, who po
seises two heads, four arms, four feet,
sings duets, waltzes; polkas. and boasts
of several accomplishments, and has a
suit of rooms at No. 51 East Ninth street.
When the reporter arrived all was in
readiness for the morning. meal. Five
- persons comprised the party.
"The weather. is very oppresive,"
WAS .the greeting of the double-headed
girl, as she shook the right hand - of the
scribe with two of her four Lands.
The left side smiled serenely and fanned
itself vigorously with of the disengaged
hands. There was a great deal said at
table, but the guests were there for the
purpose of taking breakfast with Millie
Christine and omitted'to make a note
of the conversation. he Nightepgale
occupied one entire side of the table,and
while one pair of her eyes was intent up
on gazing on the well spread table, the
other was looking out of the window
with dreamy expression. Two plates
were well filled with edibles and the
work of destruction was begun:
One-half of the lady had an especial
fondness for fried chicken and toast,
while the other would partake of noth
ing but porter-house steak and fried
potatoes. In the line of liquids , one
half drank iced milk to the other's oof
f4e, and two napkins were demanded
and freely used. Somehow or other
there was time found for talking to
ward the close of the, meal, and the
Nightengale spoke freely and intelli
gently upon a number, of interesting
topics. At times one head would make
an assertion which its companion could
not entertain and then an interesting
and animated discussion would follow.
Happily theseargurnents were amicably
adjusted, and breakfast was finished in
time for the donble headed lady to go
to Bunnell's museum for the midday
exhibit ion. -
THE ' POPULAR CORNER !
GEO. L.:ROSS 9
Has filled up the old MIN:TANTE STORE with
a full and complete stock of FRESH
GROCERIES AND 'PROVISIONS.
PRICES AS LOW AS ERE LOWEST.
Call hero for your Groceries. After you get
prices at Ross' it will be of no use to try else.
where for his prices aro down to rock bottom. •
Farmers can get the tip-top of the market s;
(;co. L. Ross'. All kinds of Produco taken in ex
change for goodsor for cub.
Towanda sd. Store
(NEXT DOOR TO FELCII & CO
Is preparod to offer a complete assort-
DRY AND FANCY GOODS,
Latest 'designs and patterns of
For tb j b coming Spring Trade, we
adhere as heretofore to our established
prineipleiLthat a quick sale with a small
profit is better than a slow one with a
large prOfit—and therefore our prices
in any line of goods will compare
favorable with the prices of any other
larWe endeavor; to sell the best
article for the least possible money.
A TRUE TONIC .`
A PERFECT STRENGTHENERA SURE REVIVER.
IRON BITTERS are highly recommended for all diseases re!
quiring a certain and efficient tonic
.; especially Indigatioss, Dyspepsia, inter ,
iniftenf Roes, Want of Appdite., Loss of Sfrength, Lori of Energy, de. Enriches
the blood, strengthens the muscles, and gives new life to the nerves. They act
NW a charm on the digestive organs, rem all symptoms, such
as Tasting the Food, Heat rte Heart - bw.s, etc. The only
iron Preparation that will not blae the teeth or give
headaohe.Sold by all druggists Write for the A B Book, 32 pp. of
InefuLand athiaing readow—ient ft re.
h'or wale by Q. T. .IELIJILESY, Towanda. Pa,
A. D. Dye ZG Co.
Sold in Towanda and
FLEXIBLE SPRING GEAR,
A. D. DYE & CO.
MAIN ST., TOWANDA.
)nstipatlon and Piles.
Mt Is put ut I n i e m Dry Vegetable
ma; one toe of which nukes,
*Mein.. Also LAtithll Fors.
troSed, for those that Catitiot
It ads with equal dicieney 1n eitius
IT AT THE DRUGGISTS. PRICE,
'.LLS. ItICRAIRDSON k Co., Prop'
nd the dry peet-pakt.) STIILUSTOS,
4 ■ 4 •
ALWAYS ON1r : . f - t
White and Colored Carus, ° and o a tuer
material, for executing first-class Job
Printing, at the Office of Tux BRAD
FORD Rartimmell. All orders promptly
ezocnted, and At the loveakesah rates
,D. V. El TEDGE;
Manufacturer of and Dealer ua
ucn AS WIGS, BANDEAUX, Ms popular
EVERYTHING BELONGING ro vira HAIR THADE
goriipacial Attention given t; 0 COMBINGS
Roots all turned one way.
BV/ITCHEB from $1 upwards. Also Agent for
Hunter's Invisible Face Foveder,
Madam Clark's Corsets, and
Shoulder. Brace Elastic&
AfirPartictdar attention paid to dressing ladies
heir at their homes or at my place of business,
.over Evans it Hildretles store.
?du. D. V. STEDOE.
' You that have beauty,
Come and let us take it,
And you that havirnoae, • .
• - Come and let us snake
• . .
Cordially invite the public to give chant a call
• Rooms formerly °mini:tied
(31 - • E. Wood, P e
Recent Improvements to the skylight have ;
gibbed facilities for taking perfect pictures•
quickly and in all kinds of weather.
PORTRAITS FROM PROTOORAPHS and DR&
CEASED PERSONS a specialty. Finished in In
dia Ink, Water Colors, Crayons, or Pastelies any
size. , -
FINEST WORK OF ARTISTIO EXCEL..
LENCE GUARANTEED. A '
STOCK OF ;FRAMES ON HAND
AT, ALL TIMES.'
C. S. DAYTON. • R. R. ROCKWELL.
Towanda, Oct At, 1880: ly
W4goi s i p :og_ :. Coriagos .
call the atten
tion of FARMERS and
others to his large and complete
assortment of • -
open AD Top Buggies
all of his
own MANUFACTURE and war
ranted in every liar
Bryant's Flexible Springs used in all Platform
Wagons. Tbe.easiest and beat in use.
NOW IS YOUR TIME TO BUYI
Look •t these tlfp
Two Seated Carriages tr0m...... . $l5O to $175
Photons, one seated 123 to 160
Top Buggies ... . 125 to 160
Opal Buggies t3O to 100
Democrat Wagons 90 to 110
Remember that the above are all fully warrant
ed, first-class or no pay.
Repairing promptly atttended to at 25 poi cent
below last years prices.
Office and Factory car. Rain and Elizabeth Sta.
JAS - BRY ANT.
8.10 tf 77
i st/ Inumeatal Warble & Granite Work
Prices cheaper thau the cbea
WYMO7,. PA, 6
F ''' t r 7r l S7
- IN TO WANDA.
G. H. WOOD & CO.
will open their Now Gallery in
_ Patton's Block,
on the First Monday of April.- Having fitted np
entirely new. with the beat of instruments, wI
are prepared to make
Tintypes, 4 at one. sittini f ail for 50 ets.
in neat envelopes, 10 for gi.Ou. Copying of all
kinds of Pbotographs,and StereoscUpic and large
view work done at this gallery.
Give us' a call and ire will try and satisfy you
in price and quality. am' 28
.1. H. SI.NIMENTS.
- THE FASHIONABLE
BOOT, SHOE AND GAITER
Is now prepared to do all kinds of work in
his line in the latest Styles, and of the best
ALL WORK and MATERIAL, WARRANTED.
Repairing dono neatly'and promptly
on short notice. In -PATTON'S
BLOCK Over Jacob'i Clothing Store.
Dr Jones' Tataxactim Tonic
-Or Dyspepsia Medicine, • a vegetable =mpound
whose virtues lave stood a TENT ear 40 =AM, is
infallible in the cure of Dyspepsia; General De.
bility, Chronic Weakness of Lungs; Spleen, Kid
neys, Short Breath, Heartburn, St. Vitus'. Dance,
Pain in the Stomach. Hick and Chest. . Particu
larly adapted to all Imam Douai, no matter
what the age of the patient may be. Price lb cts.
Sold by druggists. May 20 ly
IF YOU ARE THIRSTY
drink a glass of Amamiwin k Ifirsatas• poputar
Diana Bean. the most delightful beverage of the
season cooling, refreajdng, and an excellent pre.
Tentative of summer complaints. It also acts as
a blood purifier without any stimulating or in
toxicating effects. being a pure vegetable- prep.
oration and entirely free from anything
proaching alchohal. It is so YEE YOREAP tlt
is within the means of the poorest. A 25 claw
Pm aws wits, mugs me GALLONS or alma! En
dorsed by temperance advocate" and physicians.
All druggists and country storekeepers sell it.
Wholesale Depot N. W. corner ed end (llowhfU
St. Philadelphia, Pa. • - Met 20, 'BO
General Dealers in
COIL MAIN AND PINE BTh.,
(The old stand. of Tos,ltevens & literene.)
They invite attention Ito their complete
assortment and very large stook of
Choice New Goode, which they
have always , on, hand.
ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN
And Caab Paid for Desirable Hinds
M. J. WIG.
ILO REMOVED HIS GROCERY BUSINESS TO
THE SOUTH-EAST CORNER OF RAIN
AND BRIDGE STREETS. win= •
IRE' uss ESTBUSICED
FOR EVERYTHING fItT THE LINE OF
CASH PAID for Desirable Pro
.BUTTER and EGGS
a specialty. -
April 29 17
(812CCOSSOP to Me. McKean,)
PITTSTON, WILKE 1
AND LOYAL SOOK
FOOT or PINE I3TREET, NEAR COURTHOUSE.
W LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH. -164
The patronage of my old Mends end the public
generally is solicited. Slept*.
No Dairyman emi afford to be without one. It
makes more and.better Butter with 'les! labor.
beats them all, and any little buy can churn
every Mw hat every Sugar maker needs.
TOE 11111111 BUTTIR HUM
%ahead of anything of the kind in are.
For 'Ale by WILMOT COBUItN. Ageit.
. Mum, Bradford Co. Ps.
H. L. Contras. Agent Or Western Bradterd and
DI tern part of Tioga Co. Columbia X roads.
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3 1 P T]
or I 0
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1••• pg P• 9
r • 6.3
FINE JOB ernjib —All )trod
proMptly executed at lowest rates. a
THE BRADFORD REPUBLICAN Office
Dont fail to givens a trial. Good type
modern presses, and experienced work
men. 1111 work warranted flrst•class.
We are constantly receiYing the
newest and latest patterns in
PARLOR SUITS, ,
BED *OM SETS,
Everything in the Fur...
We make a specialty of this branch
and shall give it our personal attention.
We have a full line of
and will not be undersold. Give tip a
call before puichosing elsewhere.
N. B.—J. S. Allyn has no connec
tion with our busineSs.
' Successor to N. P. Hicks
TOWANDA:4;X. 26th, 1861
-,'' M. HENDELMAN
Is still to be toned at the OLD.STAND
Next door to Pr. H. C. Porter's ffrug Store
FINE AMEtICAN AND SWISS
SPECTACLES & EYE
B' ALL OF WHICH WILL EH SOLD AT THE
VEEP LOWEST PRICES,
Clocks, Wstchiss and Jewelry promptly repel red
by an experienced and competent workman.:'
A. BEVERLY SMITH •
• 4 AND
Dealer In Scroll Saw Cleats.
BOOKBINDING OF ALL KINDS
DONE, NEATLY and CHEAPLY.
Fine Blank Books
plots, trreiz departm ent practical l t a iL b ia a wy thi ro: is
the wants of my patrons. •
CLOCK MOVEMENTS, &c,
constantly on hand. W OM worth of designs
for $l. amid for price lists. .
Park street, ;
P.O. box 1512. Towanda. Ps
Bari. F. Osarros,
Manzi= E. PAYNE
Late Cc:wolfs:toner of Patents.
Attorneys-at-Lam and ,Solieik)rs of American and
412 Ftrrn Spessr. WASHINGTON, D. C
Practice patent law in all - its branches in the
Patent Office, and in the Supreme and Circuit
Courts of the United States. Pampholts free on
receipt of stamp for postige. Sept
STATE NORNA_L SCHOOL
THE REGULAR EXAMINATIONS for, Certifi
cates tor admission to the Senior Clue of 'B2,
will be held by the Faculty of the School on
'THURSDAY and FRIDAY, June 16th and 11th
Candidates will be examined in the following
" Orthography, 11. S. History,
Beading, - Physiolori4
Penmanship, . Botany, '
English Grammar, Latin Gramnuir and•tin
Arithmetic, Chapters of Caesar, .
Algebra, School Economy,
Geography, Methods of Instruction,
Those who are desirous of taking the course,
and are not thorough in several of the branches
above named, will save time and money by at
tending the school during the Spring Term in
Order to quality for the examinations.
In many awn this plan will save nearly
Spring Term begins March 21st, 188
You receive one•balf of your insurance, ac
cording to the American Life Table. when two
thirds of your life expectancy is finished—for
illnatratlctn, a man or woman joining the Asio
elation at 36 years of age taking a certificate for
$2,500, receives $1,275 when a little over 66 years
of age, exactly the period in life when a little
financial help is
,generally more needed than at
any other time.
BLADES & ROCIF:88.
i General Agents for renn'a
- ntax3Es, ace.
E. B.' PIERCE.
.114111 X ;,STREET,
WITH A. PULL LINE OF
STERLING SILVER AND
FINE PLATED WARE,
FROM THE CHEAPER(' TO THE BEST.
P A TEN TS
PAINE, - GRAF•TON & LADD.
CL AS OF 9*.e.
You need not Die to Win
Of IMO, Y.
J].. G. TR.RCY,
Genera Insurance' Agent,
TOWANDA. PA. .
Office truth PATCH it - TRACY Afain
ALL COMM tamoArlims 211E00011
THE POST OFFICE WILL RE
CEIVE PRONP TA ITENIION
T. MUIR, & CO.'S
The glace to am money b graying cheap fa et
They rasped:a* announce to , the giggle that
they have a lane stook of
17.01711, FEED. HEAL. ORAIN., SALT. MU
POUR. and PROVISIONS generally.
We have also added so our Stocks variety of
WOODES WARE, such u 11177•14:11 TUBS. V 73
8138, CH[ WB. ETO.
Just received 's large istock of Sugars, Teas,
Coffees. Spices, MOCLSOff 'S Pt= SOAP, the ;
hest in the market, and other makes of soap
Syrup and Molassea, which they offer at low
prices for Cash. oot 26 77
"Lookee allee Sameer
4 4J AKE'S"
Caps and Furnishing Goods
before you get your new ." SPRING
RIG," and save 20 pqr cent over any
other dealer in-Bradford County.
AN, IMMENSE TOCK OF
Fresh Spring Goods
coming every day for you to select
from„comprising all the
NOVELTIES of the SEASON.,
An experience of fifteen years in the
Clothing trade prompts me to say that
I can suit your fancy as, well as your
No. 2, Patton's Block.
*RS. A. B. WHITNEY,
DRESS-FITTER & DRESSMAKER
• ALSO AGENT.FOR THE
Domestic Perfect-Fitting Patterns
No. 3 Bridge St., Towanda
Stock entirely new and fresh from the city; so
old goods in stock.
Goods and work unsurpassed either in styles
or male up. . oet2B-ly'
31acbmititint, Carriage-Making and
Having: kased h 4 B, • farm Warren . ,
has located in the
branches of bud-
FRONT ST.,I E OW BRIDGE;
131708 Y B. LADD
HE HAS STABLING FOR 40 HORSES.
For use of stalls. 5 cents each. Also. Hones
and Carriages for hire.
libieksraithing in all its branches. promptly
done, Horse Shoeing a specialty.
Carriages Manufactured and Repaired. It you
want anything in the above line call on
Is the OLDEST 1 BEST CONSTRUCTED ! BEST
EQUIPPED ! and hence the
LEADING rt A A.'Y
%Vest and Northwest
It Is the short and beet route between Chicago
and all points In
NORTHERN ILLINOIS, lOWA, DAKOTA: WY.
03ITNO, Nebraska, Callifoinia, Oregon. Arizona,
Utah, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, 'Nevada, and
, LEADVILLE, SALT LAKE. •
San FranciacoMeadwood,Sionx City,
Cedar Rapids. Des Moines. Columbus, and all
Points in the Territories, and the West. Also,
for Milwaukee. Green Bay, Oshkosh. Sheboygan,
Marquette, Fond du Lac, Watertown. Houghton,
Neenah, Menasha. St. Paul, Minneapolis. Huron,
Volga. Fargo. Bismarck, Winona, LaCrosse,
Owatonna, and all points in Minnesota. Dakota,
Wisconsin and the Northwest. • L
At Council Bluffs the Trains of the Chicago k
North-Weitern and she U. P. Wye depart from,
arrive at and use the same joint Union Depot.
At Chicago, CIOIIIO connections are made with
the Lake Shore, Michigan Central, Baltimore k
Ohio, Ft. Wayne and Pennsylvania, and Chicago
k Grand Trnnk•li'ys, and the Kankakee and Pan
Sa-Close connections made at Junction Points
t It is the ONLY LINE Tramming
Pullman Hotel Dining Cars
Chicago and Council Bluffs,
Pullman Sleepers mi all lifght Traina.
Insist upon Ticket Agenti_selling you Tickets
via this road. Ezaudne your Tickets. and tense
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- Youngstown. Ohio, May 10th.
Dn. B. J. KESDAtt i Co:-.—! bad a very valua
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ly,he had a large bone spavin on one joint and
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trial, I used it according to -directions and the
fourtlii day the colt ceased to be lame, and the
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two bottles, who are now using it.
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ON HUMAN FLESH.
Patten's 31111 s, liVasteton Co., N.Y
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Pastor of .11. E. Church, Psttenis Mills. N.l*
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