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Day
21
Month
May
Year
1890
Copyright
Public Domain
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Montana, Oregon and Washington. A correct map of the north west will show thut the Northern Pacific Railroad traveraea the central portion of Minnesota, North Dakota, Montana and Washington for a distanci of nearly 2,000 miles; it is the only railroad rcacliing Jameatown, lïïsniarck, Miles City, Billing?, Livingston, Bozeman, Missoula, Clieney, Davenport, Palonae City, Sprague, Ritzville, Yaklma, Kllensburfr, Tacoma, Srattle and In tact nine-tenths of the north west cities, towns, aud points of interest. Tlie Northern Pacific is the shorlost trans-coDtlnental route from St, Paul and Chicigo to Helena, Butte, Anaconda, Deer Lodge, Spokane Falle, Walla Walla, Daytou and Portland, and the only one rliose through trains reacli any portion of the new state of Washington. Land Beekers purchasitig Pacific Coast second elass tickets via St. Paul and the Northern Pacific have ehoice from that point of free Colonist Sleeping Cara or Pullmun'.s Tourist Furnished Sleepers at charges as low as the lowest. For the benefit of settlers the Northern Pacific also gives a ten day stop over privilege on second class North Pacific Coast tickets at Spokane Falls and each and every point west, including over 125 stations In Washington, thus enahling pcrfons seeking a home to examine this vast territory without incurring an expense of from $5 to $25 in traveling on local tickets from point to point. Insure for yoursclf comfort and safety by having the best accommodations afforded, thereby avoiding cbange of cars, re-checking of baggflgé, transfers and lny overs en route. Money can be saved by pucehaslng tickets via St. Paul or Mkvneapolls aud the Nortliern Pacific. For .Mapa, Pamphiet-, Ratea and Tickets enqnire of your neareat Ticket Agent, iiny District Passenger Agent of tbe Xorthern Pacific Railroad, or CHAS. S. Per, General Passenger and Ticket Agent, St. Paul, Minn. The only way by which the devil can manage to ean-y on business U by rnakIng sin attractive. The First Step. Porluips you are run down, can't eat, can't sleep, can't think, can't do my. tliii]' to your sUisfaotiou, and you wonder what ill8 you. You sliould heed the warninjr, you are takinj; the ilrst step into Ncrvous l'iostnition. You need a Nerve Tonic and in Klectric Bitters you will riml the exact remedy lor restoring your iiervous system to lts normal, healtby condition. Surprislng resulls follow the use of thla great Nerve Tonlc and AlterBtlve. Your appetite returns, good digestión la restored. aml the I.iver and Kidneyg re sume liealthy ' action. Try a bottle. Piice 50c at Eberbaoli & Sons' Drug Store. A mulé is not as big as a horae, but he can kick harder. Dou'l Go Off Belbre you are Readr, Partlcularly on alongjourney. Be fullypreparecl. Youcannot be, permit ns to say un[ese you re iccompanleu with the traveler'8 0d tourlst's vadt mecum, IIoHtetlcrs Htomacl Bitten, most genial of apuellzers, acelimutiz rs imd proraoters of digestión. AgalDSI ■ea-slakneso, malaria, oramps and oollca be ;:ftifti ol badly cooked or unwhulesome food "ml brookilb water, nervousnes, increased by travel, chronlc billousuess aud constipallon. the Bitters is a sovereign preventive. lt imparta a roltsh for food not altoetlnr ti your taaie, and prevent It from dlsagneing wlth you. Never was there snoli a capital tmne for the unfortunate dyspeptlc wbo Btanas in dread of the best cooked nieal. Slomachlc trouble ctttised by 111 prepared viands aboard ship on Kteamboats, and ratlons hastily boltcd at rallway reetaurants, is soon reraedled by the Bittere, whlch glve a quletusalso to rheumutism, kldney troubles and lnaoiiinia. Pil sim DEMANOS Th::f only honest and rcllable medicines siiniiM ■!, placed upon the niarket. It canDot, thereïore, be s;!.'ii too emphatlcally, imr repeated too often, that all wuo ire in Deed of a genuino Blood - purlfier should be Bure aml ask [ur Ayer's BarsaparUla. Tour life. or tbat ol Bome one near and dear to yon. may depend on the ii-' of tliis weltapprored romedy in preference to any otlier preparation ol similar name. lt is rnmpounded of Honduras sarsaparülfl (the rariety most riob in curative properttes), stllllugla, mandrake, yellow doek. and ilie lodides. The process of manufacture is original, skilfnl, scrupnlously clean, and snen as t secure the very best medicinal (nialities oi each ingrediënt. Thls medicine is nol bolled nor heated, and is, theréfore, not :i decootion; but it is a oompound extract, obtained liy a method excloslvely our own, of the best and most poworful alterativos, tontea, and diurética known to pliarmacy. For the last forty years, Ayet'a Sarsaparilla has boen the standard blood-purifier of the world- no other approaclilng it in popular confldence or universal demand. lts for;jiiiia is approved by the leadlug physlclans and drugglsts. Belng pure and hlgnly concentrated, it is the must economtcal ol any posslble blood medicine. Every puicbaser of Baraaparilln ghould Inslst upon bavlng thN preparatlon and see that eacb. bottle bears the well-known name uf J. C. Ayer & Co., liowell, Mass. In cvery qnartf r of the globe Ayer's Sargaparllla is proved to be the best remedy for all dlseaseg of the blood. I.oivell druggii-t Unlte n tostifying to t!ie superior excellence of this medicine and to its great popularity in the :ity of ts manufacture. Ayer's Sarsaparilla PBBFABXD DT OR. J. C. AYER & CO., Lom, Mass. Sold by Druóïists. f!,six?ó. V,".,rt)i f.5 aliottle. J. J. GOODYEAR No. b. 3IAIN St. ■ G-sctTaë-) DRUGGIST It wlll be to your advantage to eall upon hlm before pnrchaslng QfRUGS, CHEMICALS, MEQICIJJES. PRESCRIPTIONS ! accurately and carofully prepared by the most competent Pharmaclsts. The finet line of KOOds in all lepnrtinent8( to be found In a drns ttore. HUTZEL'S WATER BACK] A very important invention vvhich will be hailed with delight by everybody using a stove or range for hot water circulation. After years of experience we have succeeded in pro ducing a simple and perfect WATER BACK. It overcomes all the present troubles of extracting lime and other sediments which accumulate in water backs, often making them useless and in great many instances becoms ing dangerous. The outlay of dollars is reduced to dimes. No household using a range can afford to be without it. No more trouble by using city water for hot water circulation. Can be used in any stove. Ask your stove dealer for Hutzel's Water Back. Mason & Davis Co's. ranges for sale at C. Eberbach are provided with our improvement. Everybody cali and examine this useful invention. KETJTZIEIL, Sc CO, Plumbers and 8t& m ïtUrs. ANN ARBOR, - - MIOH

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