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Vinton Eagle, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1858, Vinton, Iowa EAGi S REITPBLICAN NOMINATIONS JfOil COXU WILLIAM of STATE FOR OF ELIJAH S ELL of Muscatine FOR AUDITOR OF JONATHAN of Cedar FOR TREASURER OF JOHN JOKE of Hard in EOR ATTORNEY SAMUEL of Muhaska FOJi REGISTER OF STATE LAND AMOS of Cerro Gordo TOR COMR DES MOINES WILLIAM of Wayne JUDICIAL DISTEIGT FOR DISTRICT WILLIAM of Johnson FOR DISTRICT ISAAC of Tama FOR MEMBER OF BOARD OF FRANCIS of Iowa October by the lovo of burning to reach once more tho State treasury and school fund now fortu nately beyond their the Iowa de mocracy are engaged in a desperato ef fort to secure tho election of their State The effort is that of and no means will be left untried to io suro Desirous only of a ocratio victory for tho sake of the their State convention ignored the true issues of the campaign and put forth a platform upon which it wae hoped all could compromise and No al lusion whatever is made to tho Lecomp ton policy of the either in approval or The ticket is composed partly men who SUB tain nnd partly of men who disapprove the Kansas policy of the but the platform is entirely The candidates are each to aid in se curing a triumph as circumstances and and the locality ho may visit may chance to An open and ardent avow al of Buchananism will be mado wher as in Polk it may bo most advantageous to tho but wherev er it will subserve tho ends of tbo plun der the people will be edified with denunciations of and anathemas upon tho President for his abandonment of the principles of Pop ular No paina will be spared to draw off Republican votes by hypocritical professions of devotion to freedom no effort wanting to convince the people of their opposition sla very and its What has been and ia now tho posi tion of democratic and ia there any ground for a differenco among the democracy at tho present time apon a question of principle A bitter in ternecine war it is is waged in Il linois between tho factions into which the party has been divided by a person and men are known as Bu ohanan or Douglas dis tinction that has extended to tho party in this is there any real dif any substantial disagreement upon a question of principle Let us With the repeal of tho Missouri Com promise in tho democratic party led on by Stephen the JofFersonian policy of restricting slavery by congressional and planted itself upon the doctrine that tho people wore competent and should alone decide the question wheth er slavery should exist in the territories or The institution waa to havo full ingress and the people were then to have full liberty to put it out if they Upon this tho party was a Nest carne tho Cincinnati Plat whach not the right of the people to adopt or reject slavery during their territorial condition and by act of their territorial Iegialatvre9 whenever tho number oftheir in habitants justified TO FORM A CONSTI TUTION with or without domestic sla very jw Douglas acquiesced in this flagrant departure from Popular Sov ereignty and the party was still Then came the Dred Scott decision of tho Supreme affirming that by virtue of the Constitution slavery ex isted in all tho territories and could not be displaced or driven out by the peo thus fastening the curse upon the however much a majority of tho inhabitants might be opposed to for an indefinite number of contin gent only upon the influx of population sufficient to authorize admission into the Popular Sovereignty was strangled in tho house of its but with hot has to Doug las rushed to Springfield and gave in his adhesion to the dogma that con signed his bantling to the shades of po litical Tho party was yet a unit and resolved in every State in tho as it did in Iowa last August j that laws passed by Congress under the and decisions made by the Supreme Court of tho United are equally binding upon tho people and must be Next in order was tho in wblcb President a President elected by the advocates of Popular Sovereignty announced that antecedent tovtlie passngo of tho Nebraska bill sla very existed tffand still exists in Kansas under tho Constitution adding tnat it was a mystery95 how it could ovpr havb been Were democrats astoun did tliey rebel Not Un ion and harmony prevailed throughout their ranksPoans of were sung by tho leaders in honor of tho Amen So mote it be I eaid the rank and Then came tho Lecompton Constitu tion and with it for the first time came Douglas refused to ad vocate ita acceptance by He who had encouraged every ted every encroachment of the anil applauded every miscon struction of the constitution by tho Federal to go And why Because ofa question of principle but upona mere ques tion of tho Lecompton Constitution represented the legally ex pressed will of the people of Upon that only he quarreled with the Administration nnd endeavored to di vide the Me Buchanan stands upon the Cincinnati Douglas professes to stand upon it Tho platform recognizes the right of the people acting through the LEGALLY EXPRESSED will of a majority of actual inhabitants to form a Buchanan says the people express ed their will in the of delegates to ths convention j Douglas eays it can only bo done by a popular vote at the polls upon tho constitution it That 13 tho difference and the only All parties are agreed until they reach that and are then perfectly as Douglas eaid ia his last spoooh at the close of tho present whether slavery ig voted up or Is thia this shadowy difference indicative of a desire or intention on the part of either Lecompton or Anti Lecompton democrats to aid ia secur ing the territories to freedom It is so slight as to bo scarcely and the AntiLecomptonites maintain their position now only for political in tho hopo of securing aid from tho Eepublican With the of the fall campaign the difference of opinion becomes if not We expect to see every democrat openly acquiesce in tho English for scarce one of them will denounce it So far as a ticket is concerned will be no division at the What avails it then that candidates or mem bora of the party yant about Lecompton and denounce tho President so long they vote the same ticket that the Lo comptonitos If they are honestly against the Administration why not vole against it and tho men who sup port it By their fruits ya shall know Aa long aa mea call themselves and vote the same supported by the most bit tor their professions of hostility to the President and his policy will bo taken for what they are worth just nothing at Whoa tho ka bill was thousands of demo crats all over tho land professed their hostility to the measure and without But they continues to adhere to the party and where are they HOW Just so it will bo upon the Lecompton Every man who now adheres to the party and votes for Leoomptonito for will be foufac hereafter acting with tho party anc sustaining the enormities it may per whatever ho may now profess to tho following from the article on tho American Tract in the July numb or of tho is art ur gument well If tho piouo men who founded the American Track Society had been told thafc within forty years they would be watchful of their publications by anything disrespectful might bo epokon of tho African Slave they would consider it an ample equivalent for compulsory dumb ness on tho vioea of that their Colporteurs could awaken the minds oi Southern brethren to the horrors of they would hole their peace about the body of Cuffee dancing to the music of the cartwhip provided only they could save fcz soul of Sambo alive by presenting him with a pamphlet which he cannot on the depravity of the double that they would oonaent tobe feUow mombera in tho Tract Society with him sold their fellow members in Christ on the auction if he agreed with them in condemning Transubstan tiation and it would not be a gentleman who ignored the real pres ence of God in his brother man tode ny ifc in tho sacramental if those excellent men had been told they would havo shrunk in and ex Are thy servants dogs that they ehould do these things Yet this ia precisely tho present posi tion of tho The word Compromise us far aa sla very is lias always been of fatal Tho concessions of feho South have been like the With all my worldly goods I thee endow of a bank rupt who thereby gsnorouly bestows all his debts upon his as a small return for his magnanimity consents to accept all her a little interest in all real Tho South ia will ing that the Tract So ciety should its money to con tho slave that ho has a soul to bo saved so far as ho IB obedient to hifl but not to persuade the mas ter that ho hag a soul to updergo a very different process so far as he ia unmer ciful to his Steamer Tho Mail Packet belonging to the Paul and Qaloyia Company waH burned at Bed Wing Minnesota on tho morning of the first of Five HVOB were lost and the baggage totally freight and The Valley Time gives an account a murder and suicide at Oe djar Bnpids on Wednesday tho 30th ul timo by a HI an named His wife had for some months refused to take Af and gone to Marion to measures lotprocuring a ter her returii he proceeded to the house she cabled her out and throwing her to the cut her throat with a clasp nearly sever ing the head from the body after which he immediately cut own throat and Coiisblidatiou The Chicago Daily Press and Tribune have been united into one journal call ed the Press and The editorial of each paper is continued in the new With the Press we have not had so much but Tribune We haye regarded as the be st Republican Chicago We oaa recommend tho Press tittd Tribune to our readers aa the best journal pdblishedl in the The Aftlasitic No news had been received at New York up to the 6th the Tele gropb The delay bodies no good to the expedition and the general bo lief is thai it lias resulted in a failure and that the steamers have returned to organisation is The most we have to fear ia our own supinenejas and To remain forever with out a railroad is for us now sit fold our wHbhoii and the end is is no fancy sketch It 5s too i Mitchell and Chickaeaw counties pay thafc they most unite with that Company viho will give them a road If they unite with the Cedar Falls farewell to a road in But if we act prompt ly we can assuredly construet a Railroad so to reach the upper coun ties as s oon fta any other company at the Court House thia afternoon at 2 Come prepared either to go to the or with means to aseiflt others to get Lot there be no backing it is now Railroad or no Eailroad I The The following ia tho vote in iho eer eral townships in thia county on the Banking Tho vote cast is being than hall what is usually polled A A ol Ml Big Le 683 30 State 38 12 4 28 3 12 8 16 102 9 Jf4 3 9 10 0 13 19 462 Bank Majority for the of Majority for the General Bank ing 5 6 13 9 I H 0 i 8 11 3 27 15 2 2 1 26 12 3 162 282 For the No There has neyer been a time in the history of Benfcon County when tho ne cessity of a Railroad was more deeply felt than at and when Railroad action waa more particularly Heretofore our dependence has been upon tho Railroad for tho construction of the Cedar Branch from Cedar Rapids to tbo State through and Mitchell This Company have bad our entire sym pathy and ant really have prosecuted their work in a manner that has called for unqualified But now tho probability is that that Company will be prevented from push ing their line from Oedar Rapids for several years to In the mean time what are the counties abovemen tioned to do Aro wo to remain inac nnd allow our grant farming and commercial interests to suffer Is it not important to us that we take suoh steps as will secure at the earliest pos sible day tho construction of 6 road throHgh our county this delay will no doubt prove disastrous and ru inous to Benton Already have they organized a Company to build a Road from Cedar to the State connecting with the Dubuquei and Pa cific Let this project bo car ried out and if will throw all the trade of tho upper counties of the Cedar over the and will leave us for years to come in an isolated po cut off from all railroad com munication j for wo may rest assured that if the Cedar Falls and Minnesota is no sane Company will attempt to build a road Between Cedar Rapids and Cedar It will bo seen from a notioo in the Eagle of last that a Convention is called at to take into con sideration great interests of the Cedar In this Convention we oughtto havo a large and influential Tho timo had come when we must work We have had talk enough We wo feel our We know if wo want to have a road have got to do the There is a disposition along the Jine to form an independent organization that shall embody some of the best all the counties interestedras well as some prominent custom This will give uisi a Cedar Valley Rtiilf with a Cedar Valley Direotovk Besides This association met according to ad journment June The and being choso Dickinson President Pro A portion of flcripttsre was The association then listened to a lec ture by James Kirk on the true Teachor which was very good and in showing the teachers posi ti6n in its true On motion tnen adjourned to meek at 1 oclock in Tilfords school The association met according to ad journment at Tilfords school motion Robinson gave in struction in Dysarfc gave instrUctiona in Erving no instruction waa given 111 Orthogra On motion a committee of four were appointed to give instructions at the next which were Robinson in Arithmetic j Dysart in Grammar 5 Erving in Orthography j Kirk in On motion agreed to pay for writing pa purchased for the nse of the asso On motion of Dysart the editors of the different papers in Vinton are in vited to aid tbo association in the ad vancement of by giving a few lines of encouragement in their pa On motion of Julius Stevens is invited to give a lecture on tho art of true afc the next meeting of the The assignment of time thus Kirk at 10 oclock 5 Stevens at Robinaon Dysart at 2 5 Erving at 3 j On motion adjourned to meet July 31st at ten oclock in the Court house The Teachers and Menda of educa tion are invited to attend j It is hoped that all interested will be punctual at the We would here invite the editors in Vinton as well as elsewhere to attend this Vinton July WILLIAMS PAGE location of the Iowa State Agricul tural College and Office of the Secretary of the Board of Trustees of the Iowa State Agricul tural College and DBS June The ninth Section of the law provid ing for the establishment of an Agri cultural College and farm in re quires the board of to se lect and not less than six hundred and forty for its use and and the tenth section of tho same makes it tho duty of the to receive proposals for the oale of lands for the use of eaid Col before purohasing tho and in the that the location quality and variety of advantages of shall be The Boar of Trustees are required to holfl their first meeting at the Capi tol of the on tho second Monday in To secure the early location of the College and it is important that proposals for the sale of such as is pointed out by the law should be forXvarded and prepared for the action of the Board previous to that Tho law makos no restric tion in regard to the which the lands shall bo As the location of tliis institution is one of the greatest importance to tbo people of the whole especially to those of tjho county which may i be so fortunate as to be it is expect ed all who jeeJ an interest in so curing it will hot fail to present their Thiere aro in seve ral have already tendered all tho land required byf the aefc with o ufc expert so to the to induce its location It is presumed there are many othera will do tho donate money tp pureliase With out pretending to offer nn opinion in rejgard to the probable which it will give tho Valley the benefit of a continuous and unbroken line from Minneapolis und Paul to with a shorter route easier We aro confident inat the Facts are fully in tho counties i i i s J r above this rtwto theywill hayo the advantage tho but ihat they will also have another and more direct outlet they will cer ainlj unHo Withib independent secure the tion oftlie jw desirable that every cbiinfcy may that the question is open to nil until such tinges as the Board sha3ll4eem proper lipact upon the will in all probability lae At thejr meeting in January i tho several couiUiea to nrnke tha uqei offer their importance of the object to acd to the 3tate may PartieB who intend to propqse to Bell or Itind for the purposes itnen must give nrifulldescrip tion the as required Al paragraph of this ward the same to this previous to the first day of December that they may be J tlie 1 TELEGRAPHIC 3rom the Press aad dispatches by Ex to say telegraphic have beeft at 1ort Loav enworth from announcing the departure of a special messenger with dispatches from the war depart ment for Harney receipt of the dispatches which are understood to re late to the division of the columns now on the march an express will be sent forward immediately to overtake head quartersj which were last reported with in forty miles of Fort from contain nothing of Denver ia expected at the garri son today and on his arrival will be received with military His visit is undoubtedly connected with the withdrawal of the troops from Fort Scott and with view of concerting measures to replace It is said the Government deprecates the removal of the force from Fort Scott and does not proper moment to havo arrived for such The notes of the American reported insolvent have been extensively circulated in the The paper in held in this city to large WABHINGTONJ July Govern ment is in possession of dispatches from minister ForsythjWho at latest accounts was in correspondence with the Mexican on subjects growing out of the tax on property of American cit Tho point for demanding his passport had not yet been Civ il proceedings were continued against foreigners who refused to pay contribu tions to their and those who resisted the Federal authorities were ordered to leave Several Russians and together with had sought protection from The contracts for supplying station ery the Wur and Navy de partments hasbeen awarded to Blanch ard Mahan for the State department to Wing Bayley for the Treasury de portment to Franklia AH the successful bidders are residents of Tha whole number of Land Warrants issued in June was to satisfy which will require over The President has taken up his sum mer residence at the Soldiers three or four miles from The Secretary of War occupies ft house on the same July steamship In dian from Gal way on the open ing of the 18fch of called off Hal ifax harbor at 11 oclock last landed Miles who pro ceeds to New York via Windsor and and also the mails for British North She proceeded at four oclock this morning to New A few days after leaving Indian Empire broke her port and after eight hours continued on her coureo with one She had light westerly On tho 24th she encountered a severe which lasted 24 The remainder of the passage was She saw nothing of tho Atlantic Tel egraph Met a large iceberg east of Cape She brings Dublin papers of the but no later The steamship Leach from arrived at 10 oclock last and sailed again for fire broke out a bout 11 oclock last night in the exten sive lumber yard of Churohil situated on the Erie foot of Hospital consuming two million feet of Pino The en tire contents of the yard were val ued at urcd for The lumber in an adjoining yard was damaged to the amount of Three hundred cords of wood valued at destroy The valuable plaining and paper mills adjacent were several times on but wore savod by the efforts of the The fire was the work an incendia Several unsuccessful attempts were while the above fire was in pro to fire buildings in other parts of the Jack a from the excessive went into con vulsions and will probably Fortu nately there was but little wind or the loss would have been much NEW July Monroe fu neral procession started at 4 oclock from the Church of the on Fourteenth to which tho re mains were removed early this The funeral cortege was large and im the military turning out in full Immense crowds thronged the streets which it to the City Many of the buildings along the line of the march were draped in fiage were at halfmast op theshipping and all the publio build and minute guns were fired from various points during the of the At halfpast five the procession reached the City where the remains will remain undera guard of honor until their removal to r July Telegraph line between this and the Bay of Bulla Armfl nt which jdint the cable is to bo laid is now in The steamer Porcupine is stationed off the mouth of the and will remain there until the Niagara arrives when she pilot her in and assisting ia landing the op containiijig jir written College lrj July Propeller engaged in light house ser took firo on Lake Clrtir last nighfc and was totally Crew ojf J2 persons and passengers jum ped oVieiboard and were Vessel owned in Clevclsnd and valued at to bei insured f or M brTEfi MOST and at the same time troublesome and pain ful diseases that attend the human is the Fcvgr and For A long timo the medlcai world have been The Programme of the Iowa Double Headed Iowa true to Ha isMtinets and quickenedby the hope of spoils has adapted another and abou the oldest one that ever was known j a mong the ecnly Ft seems that representafcivos of the Douglas and faatiops in this State gottogether in Convention and as they wore the most numerous and popular sovereignty xnoet likoly to the Douglas men took tho plat while the two factions divided the nominations between tho several aspi rants on either It is tho intention of the whippers in to secure the sup port of the Buchanan wing of the party by swearing thafc the candidates uvo all sound on whilst tho Anti Lecoinpton men are to bo enthusiastic ally enlisted on account of the Did ever gambling politicians resort to so an Wo are told that the inteatioia of tho people is to be diverted from tbia dirty expedient of rotten politicians by a clamor against Republican State officers which is to be simultaneously assisted by Eads legafcees the editors the largest amounts being required to and all being nicely backed by the charge that air the evidence has been and the positive prof only to be had after they get into power They haynt got the evidence in black ni but only give them keys of tho them the control of tho State and they will prove every thing if not more What a dismal set of politicians Our He entered tho White Houso with a promise of Freedom to Kansas on his a scheme for enslaving it in his He declared war against Circulating No in six weeks was issuing them Before the ink was dry with which he pledged had drained the treas ury of the laet Before the prin ters were done stereotyping his inilexi bledetermination to was in Wall street solioititig a He congratulated the country on the final end of slavery ho has been it ever He ordered Paulding to stop fcho FilKbus then recalled him for Walker of Nicaragua ho pronounc ed an tendered him tho hospitalities of tho White Walk er of Kansas he furnished with written turned him oofc for obeying In he took off the heads of all Postmasters could nol hurrah for Popular In 1858 he takes off the heads of all who repeat theory of He withheld troops from where he proclaimed there was in order to keep them in Kansas where he in sisted all was Ho aells forts at the west for a tithe of theii coat in or der to buy forts at tho east at top times their in botl pocketing the He is continually asking fornew Sfceara Frig ho will oot use those he has either on the coast of Africa or tho Quls of He sends out a ritcawier ostensibly to catch the with private orders in the Captains to do nothing of the Claiming to be the most frugal of has spent more than any of hid prodeees Assuming to be above pajrty prej he makes partizanship tho ba sis even of his invitations to Albany Evening i 4 Beiitoue Ferocious Some years speaking in Soott tho rep reseiitative of that sat directly in front of for tho purpose of put ting questions to if need bo to insult Benton was read names of who votod for tliQ6eJack son and coming to th name of he and ia his own peculiar way I smell a nul lifter I This man Darnes was a prom ising but the child tha was When he waa three years old his mother took him 60 a corn husk The boy Darnaa was stolen J thit brat was He then to who was hiding hirnselj behind a ThifJ OBanyon was a contemptible I made him whui he is I gave him hac the impudence to riso and present mo several questions to answer j I told him 6 stand and hold them ho did three hours and twenty minutes by iny watch for which service I owe him ono dollar Here is a one dollar signed by John Van a Democratic sausage maker take to and pay him Darnes tells the and says he was never so badly used ap in MB are many medlgmegi which remove diseases only By substituting worse even than the lr lining then use such as wil nature and not impede anc destroy the Bakers Puin immediate in itfj ef yields gently and kindly its As a for the il 10 named in connection with its use ifc can superior8 For a liafc of dis eases and for which ifc ia par ticularly we refer you to the circulars distributed by Pimnmer and who are the agents for the sale of the genuine Bakers Panacea and Halls Balsam for tho r They can also be had of agents appoint ed ioi every principal town in the coua i i all without elf Drv and celebrated has supceededj n nationspf or mqney good and satisfactory names must ac ioompany the proposition I Wfth avftluablo ibrtfe cure Fever and CThe Steady and inbreaeing de lately made for the universal suooesa attending its have made fot it n reputation by ony specilio of For the cure of the tfeVer an d Frank Pi Keiionian The Republicans of the IGoms Congressional pistriot in Convention nominated Frank Blair for reeleotvon to Oongross by plamatibn Besplutions passed reaf firming the doctrines of dououncing the oppo sing negro advocating extinc tion pf Slavery in and re moval of negroes from the Three f blf tiokets now in the American iDem ocrafei o arid T ANOTHKii Wo undetotand that Governmeht is about getting up another design for a now Tho new Jike of nickle3 and of same size it has the head of an Indian girl tho United States Of wllh the Upon the reverso is sur rounding a and the words centre of The work Stpinaott Bitiere must and should claim a s uperiority other prearatipn s as well as the beau ttf ter asking what national haa entailed upon ans A bankrupt a violated a conquered a desolate ter an imbecile a dwvken and cormpfcipp pormoating eory department of tho public AN EXFKRiMSJST TlUKD TOO American Tract for tho sake of peacej has resolved to do nothing by may offend Says a ft The Tract Society is not the first bqdy that has tried that Party tried Shortly af ter the Whig Party ceased to Tha Dempqratio Party tried Tho Democratic Party ia tumbling to Methodist Conferences tried Ifc spli t them ia Presbyterian Assemblies tried It rent them to Tried by Fillmoros it dug his political Tried by it ousted thorn from A ninnber of Northorn members in signod a to try it in Their constituents never gnvo them a Various literary rand political have triod iti But which of them has iichiovGd by H cither peace or profit Another Free Xabor David Oline Free Labor was elected Mayor of Missou ri June 14ioyer 3hilip Payneproslavo by a large and wo ititond to givo a largo majority in Scotland county for Free Labor in August Correspondence Missouri EEPTTBLIOAN WILLIAM tho KopuWican Candi date for vill address tho people at August The llepublicuns oxpootedto malto eucb nr raugomeuta iva will enable Vuiiddver to fill his New NOTICE is hereby given that the Partner ship heretofore existing under thcaiarno and etyle oil Koilli was dissolved by mu tual consent on tho first day ol by the withdrawal of K notes and assets of every dcscription in tbo hands of the remaining partnovs who nssnrao all tlio H abilities of tbo copart and aro authorized to recoivc all debts due Hie KKITU 4 213m MORSES INDIAN HOOT the inventor of MOHSKS haa spent tho greater part his life in having visited Asia and as well as North Iiaa mpenfe three years omong tbo Indians of our western country it was in this way that the Indian Eoat were first Morne waa the firfit man to establish the fact that nil diseases uriBO from impurity of the our hetiKh und liic depended on this vital When tho various passages become and do not net in pcricct harmony with the dif ferent f unccions of tho tho blood lotcs ita becomes corrupted and diseased thus causing all pains BickrieHs urnl dis of every name our Htrength ia out hculih we are deprived uud if natuiO h assisted in throwing oif tbo stagnant the blood will become choked and ccajO to arid thus our light life will bo blown How important then that wo should keep tho va rious passages of the body free and Aiut how pleasant to us that we havo H in our power to put a medicine in your MOMOM Indian Koot munufactuixd from plants inid roots which grow around tho nioimlainoufl in Natures for tho health and reoovety of diseased One of the roots from which theso pills aro mado ia Sudorifio which opens the pores of tho and assists Nature in throw ing out tho finer parts of tho corruption The second is a plant which is an oth thot opens and unclogs tlie passage to tho and in a iiocthing its duty by throwing off and er humors from the lungs by copious Tho third ia a which gives ease and double strength to the kidneys thus encouraged they draw largo amounts of impurities from tho which is then thrown out bountifully by the urinary or ami which could not have been discharged many other Tho fourth is a and accompanies the othar properties of thoPills while engaged in purifying the blood tho coarecv jpurticles of irnpuutiea which cannot pass by tho other are thus taken up and carried off great quantities by the From tho above it is rhat Bloypofl t Indian Koot not only enter tho become united with the for they find way to every and completely rout out and cloanno system from all nnd tho Hfo of tho is the blood becomes ierfectly heall by consequently all wchucss and pain is driven from tho for they cannot remain body bccomerf so puro nnd Tho reason people are RO diBtrcssed tvhon and why so many is becaiiscthcy do not get a medicino which will pass to the alHlotod and which will open ttio natural piwsngos for the disease to be cast out hence a largo quantity of food nnd other matter lodged and tho Btomach and intestines are literally overflow ing with the corrupted moss thus undergoinff disagreeable mixing with tho which throws the corrupted matter thro evory vein and until liro is taken from the body by Blorses Pills have added to themselves victory upon by area tor hi g miiliona of tho to blooming health nnd lutp thonsands who liavo been racked or tormented with pain and anguish ftiul whoso feeble frames havo been scorched by Uio burning elernenta oi raging and who havo been MS it within a etep of tbo silent now stand ready to testify that they would havo been numbered with the had it not been for tho groat and wonderful med Morses Indian Koot After ono CK two doses had bcon taken they were and absolutely in witnessing theiv charming Nofc only do they givo uumcdi ato ease and and tako away all pain and but they at once get to work at the foundation or tho which is tho it will ba especially by thoso who use the that they will so cleanse and that disease that deadly enemy will lake its and he flush of youth and beauty will again and tho prospect of a long and happy life will cherish und brighten your CAUTION of a counterfeit signed All genuinehavo tho name of WHITE on each Also the signature of All others aro WHITE Sole CO Leonard Now Morses Indian Koot Pills are sold by dealers in Agent wanted in every village and ham let in the Parties desiring tho agency will address aa above for Price 25 cents per five boxca will bo scnl on receipt of postage respectfully offers his professional forvjcca to the oitizena of thia place and surrounding for tho present at OPIurmnortf s Juno 4lJMfj OOVELL HAVING leased tblawell known etand fov a term beg leave to call attention of tho public to tho fact that they are prepared to f wirnieh tho best aMommojfationj to trftyetoxvi d Boarders by tho vrrxik charged aa foHows Day CO Board and Lodging 3 60 Transient Boarders per CJwxl for teams ftttaoljecj Cedar Oct BUNKS FOR MLB I Juttiicet Notices BUnksforOUrkof Distrieb I Mor fyage
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