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American dentists are pulling the
teem 01 au civmzea nauens.
The best thing out is a bad cigar.
Isn't it? Buffalo Sunday Time.
10 roe siuggara, every year, is
sleep year. Uaekensack Republican,
The dollar is always in good quar
ters, summer or winter, but hang the
twenty-cent pieces. rree ires.
There is no good substitute for
wisdom, says Josh Billings, "but
silence is the best yet discovered."
There are 13,000,000 milch cows in
. the United States, while Germany and
- ureat Britain togetner count only 12,
It is the easiest thing in the world
to discover all the grease spots on a
man's coat when you don't like him.
It has been determined by tri
onometrical survey that Niagara Falls
have receded more than one hundred
feet since 1842. - .... - -
' It has been demonstrated in Paris
that when a man pounds his thumb
with a hammer he is twice as mad as
when he strikes his elbow on the door
Young writer You have chosen
an excellent nam de plume for your
first effusion, ' Euripides," for you rip
ideas all to pieces. Cincinnati Satur
Bells were first set up in churches
as a defense against thunder and light
ning. The first bell hung in England
was in 945. Chimes were invented ic
Belgium in 1487.
When you deprive a boy of the
privilege of taking off his coat and vest
' together at one pull and leaving his
boots in the middle of the floor, what
do you expect he has to live for?
- v j Painting pictures on old teacups is
very nice employment for a woman.
but the girl who can nx up a last win
ter's bonnet is the ene who will make
. e her mark in the world. N. F. Rrprtss.
' --i You 8haa is the name of a Chinese
giant who is coming to this country to
exhibit himself. If nis hind end ended
one letter higher up in the alphabet, we
would think he belonged over here.
"What is statesmanship P" asks
the Chicago Inter-Ocean. Statesman
ship, , we believe, is the peculiar gift
some men have of robbing the Govern
ment without being caught. Philadel
According to the old law for cal
culating tonnage, Noah's ark measured
21,761 tons, to the Great Eastern's 21,
092. The ark is said to have been 547
feet long, while the great steamship
- is 680 feet in length. .
" - Why en advance in lard should en
hance the price of butter is about as
difficult a problem as the true inward-
. ness of the connection between the
price of milk and a water famine.
Maria," observed Mr. Holcomb,
as he was putting - on. hia clothes,
there ain't no patch on them breeches
yet." "I can't fix it now, no way.
I'm too busy." Well, give me the
patch then, and I'll carry it around
with me. I don't want people to think
I can't afford the cloth."
Did you ever notice that if you go
into an office where the man is on the
street talking politics all the time he
isn't in bed, you will always see ; a
framed chromo motto hanging up over
the desk, "Time is Money?1' Hawk
Eve. Soft as silk with golden bale
- Bright aa stars were her eves of bine, - -Truly
I loved my lady fair,
Truly my lady loved me, too.
Did It break my heart when my love lay dead !
Why, bless your soul, she didn't die.
Time wrought a change as it onward sped;
8he love another so do I. -
; JVrav Tor World.
My wife," remarked a prominent
manufacturer, never attends auctions.
She went once, and seeing a friend at
the opposite side of the room, nodded
politely,- whereupon the auctioneer
knocked down a patent cradle, and
- asked her where she wished it deliv
- ered." v ... e.- -
A dispatch from Rome Bays the
Propaganda has approved the proposal
of Cardinal McCloakey for the estab
lishment of three bishoprics in Ameri
ca, .under the jurisdiction of the Arch
bishop of New York. The Propaganda
. will instruct cardinal ucuiosKey as to
' the most suitable location of the sees.
- A clothes line U a harmless thing,
When stretched from pole to pole ;
Until you start across the yard
And step into a hole.
. . Then as you make a forward lunge, .
- It stops you, so to speak,
' And throws you down and Jerka you to
The middle of neck's tweak.
Keokuk Oat City.
The Rochester Democrat of . last
Monday says: "There was a go-as-
- Ton-please walking match at the con-
elusion of the services at one of. the
churches last night. It was a young
.. lady who-went as she pleased, and the
youth waltzed on toward noma" aione,
with a large-sized mitten in his pocket.
From present indications there will be
, no matcn.-- .
--A little more than a century ago
letter writing was supposed to be the
limit of woman's brain power. ' Few
even of the Puritan women could read
or write, and though boys' schools
r, t. were established, girls were not allowed
to enter for over lou years, ana then
only in the summer time, when the
boys' seats were vacant. The general
belief seemed to be like Voltaire's, that
' -' " Ideas are like beards woman and
young men have none."
Here are two of the meanest men
on record: The owners of a clothing
making firm in Boston employ thirty
five girls, who, from their poor earn
ings, contributed $22 on Thanksgiving
day and gave each of the two members
' of the firm a pretty album, occupying
a half hour in getting ready and mak
ing the presentation. The two mean
fellows took the gifts with ready smiles
and ' on pay -day deducted from the
wages of the girls time money for the
hall hour they had occupied in giving
the albums X. T. Herald.
. ' Stery ef a Pet Menkey.
A remarkable instance of" intelli
gence and attachment in a pet monkey,
may interest lovers of "our poor re
lations" and of animals in general.
My hero, a very large and extremely
powerful specimen of his class, be
longed to a late officer in the British
army, and he having been a member of
my own immediate family, the veracity
of the following anecdote can be
vouched for. Peter was a universal
favorite with one individual only ex
cepted all the inmates of and frequent
ers of the barracks, where his unusual
sagacity and many varied accomplish
ments were a source of endless amuse
ment; although it must be confessed
that some of his tricks had a rather
mischievous tendency. His gentleness
of disposition and genuine love, of fun,
nevertheless,' procured ready forgive
ness. . Peter unfortunately possessed an en
emy in the person of a diminutive and
generally unpopular subaltern, to
whom he appears in some mysterious
way to have rendered himself particu
larly obnoxious. Or perhaps this re
grettable state of affairs may have
arisen from one of those curious cases
of instinctive and mutual aversion at
first sight which, like other and more
agreeable impressions of a totally op
posite character, are difficult to account
for, in man as well as in the lower ani
During a temporary absence of his
master on leave, Peter was intrusted to
the care of a brother officer and most
intimate friend, who, on undertaking
the responsibility, conscientiously kept
him chained to a chest of drawers in
his own barrack-room, being anxious
that no harm should happen to the
monkey while under his charge.
This kindly and well-meant ar
rangement did not, however, at
all coincide with Peter's elastic
views on the subject. The loss of gen
eral society, and hitherto undisturbed
liberty of action, the unwonted confine
ment and restriction, appear to have
greatly depressed him. Thus left in a
great measure to his own narrow re
sources, tho interesting captive still
rose equal to the occasion, though his
field of action was certainly limited. To
while the tedious hours away, upon a
certain day during which he was left
alone longer than usual there being
an inspection by the General command
ing the district he seems, in despair,
to have hit upon the following occupa
tion. Having, with an amount of pa
tience and perseverence worthy of a
better cause, forced open the locks of
all the drawers a feat requiring a very
considerable degree of strength he
strewed the miscellaneous contents
upon the floor, asd seated himself in the
center, monarch of all he surveyed; and
doubtless contemplated with tranquil
satisfaction the chaos he had produced.
Having presumably tired of this, com
paratively speaking, harmless recrea
tion, he had evidently begun to look
about for further relaxation of mind,
combined with healthful exercise of
body. Unfortunately, he soon espied a
very large inkstand, placed, it must be
allowed in extenuation, within easy
reach. Immediately availing himself
of the contents, and as a little pleasing
variety of excitement, he deliberately
and with an unsparing hand dedaubed
every article of his hospitable enter
tainer's property with ink. The tableau
vivant on the entrance of the unsus
pecting host may be possibly better
imagined than described. Either Peter
was a most consummate actor, or else
he really honestly considered the effect
of his strikingperformance to be highly
artistic and ornamental; for he ap
peared to be totally unconscious that he
had been guilty of the slightest wrong
doing in this somewhat sensational
scene. He was mercifully spared from
punishment, but summarily dismissed
from his comfortable quarters, and left
to wander about the barracKs, "in
monkey meditation, fancy free."
Delighted to regain his uoerty on any
terms, all for a time went well. Dur
ing bis rambles, like Richard 111. en
countering Richmond on Bos worth
f leld, Peter unluckily met, not the ob
ject of hid affections, but of his intense
dislike: and springing on to the shoul
ders of the irate and alarmed sub
altern, in the presence of a large num
ber of officers and men whose sympa
thies were of course all with reter he
very nearly succeeded, to the great
amusement of the audience, in drawing
the sword of his enraged victim, who.
if report did not cruelly belie him, was
not at ail likely to draw it readily him
self! The ludicrous position in which
the latter was thus placed, and the loud
laughter of those assembled, of course
vastly increased the subaltern's former
hatred of the popular and now victori
ous monkey. They parted with omni
ous signs, at any rate on one side, of
anticipated revenge, to be carried out
sooner or later to the bitter end.
bhortly after this assault in arms,
poor Peter was found in a wof ul condi
tion: it being discovered, amidst gen
eral indignation, that he had been fired
at, and seriously injured by gun-shot
wounds. Notwithstanding the impos
sibility of proving who was guilty of
this unmanly and cowardly action, it
was cpenly attributed to the only per
son who was capable of committing it
the now most cordially detested sub
altern, who had, it was well known,
never forgiven the indignity publicly
inflicted on him; the annoyance of
which was immensely, aggravated by
the story having become the standing
joke of the entire garrison. Peter's
numerous sympathizing friends did
their utmost to save his life, which was
in imminent danger. He had the best
medical advice; the slugs were all ex
tracted; and with surgical skill and af
fectionate care, he was happily soon
restored to health. His master return
ed at the time of Peter's convalescence,
and the rapturous joy of the poor mon
key at seeing him once more will never
be forgotten by those who witnessed it.
He clung to him, and fondly embraced
him over and over again; repeatedly
kissing, or rather licking his lace and
hands, with every possible demonstra
tion of the most devoted attachment.
When the first paroxysm of delight
had subsided, Peter, sitting on the ta
ble, the better to gaze upon his newly
recovered friend and able champion,
looked earnestly at him, and clasping
his arm, to bespeak special attention,
pointed with his own forefinger to each
of the wounds whence the slugs had been
taken; trying at the same time, in the
nearest approach to speech, that he
could accomplish, to tell the piteous
story of his narrow escape from a vio
lent death, at the hands of his ruthless
assailant; who never, by the way. had
the courage to further molest the sub
ject of this brief memoir, it is ques
tionable if the most intellectual of hu
man beings, not gifted with the power
of speech, could nave acted more pa
thetically, or indicated more vividly
what had occurred to them during the
absence of their natural protector and
dearest friend. Chamber' Journal.
Hew the Women Yeted.
This is the first year in the history of
Massachusetts that women have been
allowed to exercise the right of fran
chise on the selection of municipal or
State officers, and, though the privilege
in the present instance is restricted to a
voioe in the election of School Commit.
teemen.it is obviously the "entering
wedge" to still greater and broader in
novations in behalf of women's politi
cal rights. This is the first day in the
annals of Boston on which her women
have actually cast ballots in a city elec
tion, though they have recently voted
in the caucuses called for the purpose
of nominating the candidates chosen
The predominant number of female
voters were ladies who appeared to
have arrived at the meridian of life,
and not many young faces were ob
served. While not . strictly comLig
within the category of "woman's
rights" females, and net bearing the
masculine appearance common to such
beings, a look of invincible determina
tion to die. if need be, in the defense of
their heaven-born and law-given privi
lege was impressed upon the counte
nances of each and every lady. Intelli
gence was indelibly stamped upon the
low, broad brows of maid and matron;
earnestness beamed in their eyes, and
the demure demeanor of most of the
recipients of the boon for which they
had craved convinced one at once that
they were school teachers and the friends
The ladies, as they entered the polling-places,
formed a deeply interesting
and pleasant study. A pale, intellec
tual-looking and nervous lady would
approach the door, hesitate, take one
backward step as the odors of stale
smoke assailed her nostrils, and then.
resolving not to be debarred by any
such circumstances from exercising
her right, would resolutely glide up to
the ballot-box, announce her name, de
posit her vote and depart, all the while
daintily keeping her skirts from con
tact with the slimy floor, and wearing
an expression denoting the deepest dis
gust -at the 1 gentlemen's stationary
smoking-car. Some of the females did
not seem to be incommoded in the least
by their surroundings, and chatted in
the most pleasant manner with some of
their male acquaintances, who almost
mvartaoiy asked, mem now they liked
it, and the reply almost as invariably
was, ' O, first-rate." Many of the la
dies seemed to have taken lessons in
the art of voting, for they went through
the routine with all the nonchalance of
the man who cast his first vote for
George Washington and his last for
uenerai uranu in some precincts lit
tle groups of ladies would tarry for sev
eral minutes, compare their ballots.
predict the success or defeat of certain
candidates for. School Committee the
only municipal officers for whom they
were allowed to vote scrutinize in a
feminine way the attire of their com
panions, say Good-bye; call and see
me, and then retire rrom the scene.
Here, as in other cases, that character
istic trait of all womankind, curiosity,
was exhibited in a marked degree, and
as they filed behind the rail to deposit
their votes they could not resist the im
pulse to peep into the ballot-box to see
how many, ballots it contained; and
when the warden, as is usual under all
circumstances, shut the cover of the
box immediately upon the deposit of
the printed forms, the ladies exhibited
the utmost chagrin ana disappoint
ment. Boston Globe.
The Boy and His Education.
Hardly any creature on earth is so
ambitious as a growing boy.- - Realiz
ing that he is rapidly on his way to
manhood, he aims at doing manly
things and things that seem to him to
be manly. Between these two classes
of things there are differences as wide
as those which exist in the character
and the training of boys. One boy's
ambition leads him to do some brave
and noble deed, such as he may have
seen men do or may have read in books
or newspapers of their having done
Another copies manhood only in the
undesirable things, which men do.
With some boys the summit of ambition
is to swagger and strut, to smoke and
drink, lust as they have seen men do.
It is not a very lofty ambition, yet the
boys whom it animates spend fully as
much time and effort on it as other
boys spend in trying to reach nobler
aims and more practically useful ends.
One of the noblest ambitions that can
stir a boy's heart is the desire to be a
man in earning bis living. Since his
infancy he has been a charge on the
parents or other good people who have
hrmio-ht him in. Perhans they are
toiler? who need all the profits of their
own labor. They have treated him
well, and he feels that the obligation
under which he rests to them
is one which he would like to
liquidate. So, with an ambition which
has in it many excellent features, he
suggests that he shall leave school and
set himself to work to earn something.
Perhaps he may make enough to sup
port the good old people who have
cared for him. Perhaps his efforts mav
be attended with only a sufficient meas
ure of success to enable him to pay his
own way. Small or great as the result
may be, he wants to try his hand at
business. He is willing to take the
risk. He knows to some extent what
business involves, for other boys of his
acquaintance have engaged in it. There
will be no Saturday holidays, nor any
afternoon off, nor any privileged days
when the slight excuse of an ailing
stomach or an aching head will serve
as a valid reason lor staying at home.
Business involves harder work and
closer application than have been the
boy's portion at school or college. But
it means the earning of something, and
that is what the boy's ambition leads
him to desire.
Just here let the ambitious boy be
ware, lo do as be wants to do is
praiseworthy. But perhaps he can do
better. II he goes with an incomplete
education, it will be at a great disad
vantage. He may begin to earn a few
dollars a week, the handling of which
result of honest toil will delight him.
But let him remember that every month
which he robs himself of the education
he might obtain, is a month of loss for
which his paltry earnings are no recom
pense whatsoever. A half-educated
boy who leaves school at fifteen and en
ters a store may receive from two to
four dollars a week with numerous
kicks and cuffs thrown in by the people
who are " teaching him the business.
This kind of teaching a boy the busi
ness too frequently means getting
man's work out of the poor fellow for
boy's wages. If the boy is driven to
such a situation by the emergencies of
straitened means at home let him rush
in cheerfully and do his work manfully
but if the family exchequer will stand
it let him stay two or three years
longer at school. let him go through
college, provided there is a college for
him to enter where his time will not be
entirely spent in rowing boats and kick
ing root-balls. ' L-el him enter on man
hood well fitted for manhood's duties,
including as thorough a knowledge as
can be had of the keeping of accounts
and of all other commercial duties. Let
him, if possible, also be master of some
handiwork when he is ready to enter on
the work of earning, rather than depend
on the luck of being picked up as a
clerk. I here are too many young men
whose only knowledge is how to be very
poor clerks. Advertise to-day for
clerk and to-morrow there will be two
hundred applicants. A firm advertised
last week for skilled engravers, insert
ing the advertisement in leading pa
pers oi three principal cities. Although
steady work and good wages were
promised, not one skilled engraver has
yet applied. The boy who knows how
to do something which the world wants
done, and something which will help
on with the world's work, is the one
whose ambition will lead him to solid
and substantial achievements. Phila
Last night two men from Philadel
phia engaged in a quarrel at a hotel in
this city. - Alter using au kinds oi epi
thets, one of the men thrust his hand
behind him as though about to draw a
pistol and then took it away. The
quarrel terminated without damage to
either party. An old man from South
Arkansas shook back his long hair and,
advancing to the man who had made
the hip pocket motion, remarked:
"Both of you men are strangers
here, I reckon r"
" Not much acquainted with our lit
tle rules of politeness? '
Why, you put your hand behind
you just now."
" You didn't pull a gun."
'I haven't got a gun."
' Now, young man, let me give you
a piece of advice. While vou are in
this country don't put your hand be
hind you unless you intend to shoot.
Don't even run your hand into your
pocket for a chaw of tobacker. Don'
spit. Don't wink, for if you do your
partner, u he's an Arkansaw man, will
jolt you. You must learn these little
rules of politeness. You may know
how to conduct yourself at church, but
you ve got a good many rules oi eu-
quette to learn." Little Rock Gazette.
More than 100 applications for the
extension of patents that have expired
after seventeen years term are pend
ing before Wongress.
Calendar for 1880.
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A Minnesota man dropped dead im
mediately after depositing bis vote in
the ballot-box. Not knowing the ticket
he voted, we are unable to point the
moral in this case. Philadelphia Chron
Grocers and storekeepers
pa;S to 5 cent a pound extra for hotter
made with Gilt-Eilce Butter Maker. It in-
ereaaea the production tt to 10 per cent. Re
duces labor oi cmimlng one-nan. litres a
rich coldcn color the year round. Sold by
drutnrists, grocers and general storekeepers.
Send stamp for " Hints to Butter-Makers."
Address, nutter improvement Co., ouuaio,
An Old Man Itrjnvcnated.
Peter Showerman. of Itutavia. N. Y-, certi
fied Sent. 15. 1ST9. as follows: "For forty
years 1 have suffered with kidney and liTer
uitliculty, iK-iiifr obliged to void urine as often
as once in M minutes and have also been a
f-eat sufferer from palpitation of the heart,
am now uini; rottr afc Kidney and Liver
Cure, and can truly sny. at 0 years oi age.
tnal it mates me icci UKe a new man."
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ilwieuootof order; and wnjT All the blind In in
human budr passes throuah the liver every lew min
utes to have the bilious matter separated In.m 1L It
ther.be any scrofulous taint or other Impurity in the
blood, tt will sureiy wgn..ro
the bUe. lly and by. however, these Impurities Ingres
Ilia v.111 tender the blood watery, and render Its motion
torpid: then It will cease to perform Its duty of straln
tnit oui the bile. Only poison will be left In the liver:
and the result will be an obstructed, Inttamed and
swollen liver, enillna In disease. Such Is the theory,
and such the climax, as proven by facts. Tlie symptoms
erod rapidly upon one another a continued pain or
tenderness In the rurht side. Indudns emacladon and
weakness; eouKh. with expectoration; dyspepsia, hlKh
eoloTed urine, yellowness of the eyes, fever and a quick
pulse. It is impossible to mistake the disease by these
Symptoms. liinr h wi.j ... ' : .
Pi,i,,t .nd that Is. to strike at the root To do this, yon
iniit art on the stomach, the blood, the Uvr and tne
general health at the same time. VEOKT1NE alone
Rochester Policeman Gained Eight
Founds in Three Weeki"
If a. H. R. trntviNS:
llnir Sir Haling tned bat three bottles of your TWJ
jrriNK In a vera bad ease of Liver Complaint. I find
myself improving- rspldlr. Am weighing elaht pounds
neire at present than 1 did when 1 began taking It, and
believe, with a ennUnnsnce of a small quantity more. I
shall be entirely cured. Before 1 began taking UM
VluiETITlK l Was nnoer ine uocinra rare . aa a.-m .
iMuma THr. Hmlth. who had received great benefit
from taking the VLuETINK. advised me to try It. 1 can
cheerfully recommend It to every one as a good medl
cine, as the VEHETLNK has done more for me than lb
doctors ouuld do.
JAMES A. JOKSSOW.
Police Officer. No. 823 Brown UL, Itocbester, M. T.
South pouutd. Ma.. Oct. 11. 1876.
M- H. R. SnmtNS :
Desr sir 1 bsve been sick two years with the liver
Onmplslht, and during that time have taken a great
many ainerem mcuicinrs. out nine m uirm mu mr bmi
good. 1 was restless nights, and had no appetite. Sine
i.kin the VM1KT1NK I rest welL and relish mr food.
Can recommend the VEliKTINK fur what It has duos)
fur me. loursrespecuuH,
witness of the above. slKS. al.BEBT KICKHH.
MB. UEOKDE M. VAUOBAM.
11. It. STEVENS, Boston, Mass.
Vegetine is Sold by All Druggists.
The Only Remedy
THAI ACTS AT I Ha &laU I1U 01
' and the KIDNEY8.
This combined action gives it toon-
derfulpoaer to cure all diseases.
I Why Are we s.cic?
Because ve aliens these great oroant
Ito become dogged or torptd, and
poisonous humors are therefor forced
into the blood that should be ezpeMed
I B1LIOUSN ESH, PI LES, COS STI PATIOS,!
aMSEABES, FEMALE WEAJt
JESSES, AND KKBYOUS
I by causing free action of these organA
and restoring their power to throw ojn
I Wb.R.Sr Billon Balaaaa'ackeaf
I War toraieated with Piles. Coast laatioa II
Why frlghteaed overalsordered kidney II
tiay naar.w.a-vo.. wr IKK aewiauiaj
Why hare sleepless Bights I
Das KIDNEY WORT and reles tel
Ktalth. Iti a iry,vgetabU compound and
I Dm (Mekaw wlU .aak. alx ataavf Moildata.1
I est if of your jjrvgqtK, s snts cvxur tig
. TXLL3. CCBABSS08 S CO., Prcprlrtort,
(Faate In Tonr memorandum.)
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our readers when visiting Cleveland,
Ohio, to call in at Steinfeld's, the One
Price Clothier and Tailor, 242 Superior
street. Their Stock of Suits and Over
coats for Men, Boys and Children is
just immense, from the lowest price
garments to the very finest. We can as
sure our readers for honest and square
dealing there is no more reliable
houso in the State. They sell at one
price and that is a low one. Price of all
goods being marked in plain figures, a
child can buy there as low as the most
experienced man. Take our advice and
try Steinfeld, the One Price Clothier
and Tailor. If you desire samples of
piece goods for suits, or overcoats made
to order, they will send them per mail
with self-measurement blank, You
will save from 95 to $15 on a suit or
overcoat, and from $1 to $5 on a pair
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A complete line of Gentlemen's Fur
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4 Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical i
Common SSiaaca, a 1BB11.IC. wr nrapii
ataar Bkla. in short, all diseases
Esiecially baa Tt mnn lies ted its potenev tn enrlnf Tetter, Kask, Balls, Cajbn.
clsaTaare Kyea, aeraraloaa Serca aaa SweUlao, Yf klta Swell iaas, ieltre ar TkseSi
eck, and Ealaraea Salaada.
If yon feel
. drowsy, debilitated, havs
en face or bodv. frequent headache or diasiness, bad tasM in mouth, internal neat
alternated with hot
flushes, irregular appetite, and tongue eoated,
'BlUsaisftt. As a remedy lor all such ca
ST.rpId Liver, or
taeilical Discovery has no equal, as 11 effects
In tlie Cure of arsscsiiia, ssisis tasssi, enu waisiaH - 1j v-
wjaaptlea, it hss astonished the medical faoulty, and eminent physicians pronounce it the
greatest medical discovery of the age. Bold by druggists.
aaaat sis ask.
is4 by as-aMia'
k, atask af Slleed sa
Sal I m a
e TX whiTeinTtheav 1 eTouer
uttrK WVbaiVVa svslem. diet, or oecaiwtion. For Jsas
9V ChV CT.A ta.MlwatAea, Iaspare stloea, Pala ii
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Over .ad Mare, SSapclalIy If
have a PAJUI or Villas IaOT, requiring
f Tim Thnwmd Million Dollarn .') are expended la
FESCINO. To fence onr new WeMers nelds
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The 39th Volume of the America. Asrle.l
tarlst tfor 198) now beginning, will give very
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Engravings. (The Mnuiner for Dec let hss 81
encrsvings of Barjied Fencing, and mneli interest
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tW To every one Interested la FENCING for
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Band or Orcliesual Instrument, a Music Boi
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J. m. Bltaaa Ca.
liiH Caestaat Kt Phils.
a&n XTofailiag Remedj for Pile? & Seaoirhoiii
. . a Aa. : VllMBa'!IIIM
icthnsof this illaitrtmliiffoomirteUnt admit that
teH$joriirt rWs ta a arrMC buuti. and we claim that
tli In ha result tM in rrrry trial at U ltjrltt Map
ixswtltor.v, mud ivpurts are rOHmUintl recrtwl full f
K rnifiui eiprvxsNitiiis tioiu titus- wnu bare oeen perni
nrn tit rtcr rti. It Bamall MtflralaraJ tHwV amtJlAd dl
recti to tlie afttrttxl prta, tritmt te tiiahuat dnmrr
or mnmremem' attenuuisT ita use. i hk uli) IH
toks LMAn." a pamphltH rtf-cribtn the diatM,
tTMsizrivnt aiid rmuJt; win beaeia bj nail tuaiijoaero
li.nrauf 14 Sapnoritniifa, 91.00; or trial also of flvo
lor 5u ceiin. ran Im sent by mall.
It nut kept by iseUrhborliic druKHrlstri. address
8 It Filbert Street, Philadelphia.
CVmmimpttou and liiacn of the Thruet and Lunga
tftrinuf curt-d hy Halter' CMt Liver Oil
Sold bj all uruinclsta.
The Great Itemed
for euriasr Coughs,
v o t a , unuump
tion, Asthma, etc.
all Throat and
tne r rc.s,
People. Try it!!
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rrwwxw srmtTMwfi ret AormsiTiamma,
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ia f Ma rmpar. AvrUmrm Mk fa kaaaa
ehM anal srner tttatr aSaf.asaeeasaasai
mi n i. siawaaawawavaswawaww
Discovery cures all MasMrs, from the worst Herarala to
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sallow eolor of akin, or yeiiowisn-nrowrt spois
too are suffering
cases Dr. Pierce's G
ierfeet ana raaicai enras, ,
taking the large, retnilslve. nauseous pills. These
PUis) are scarcely larger Usa saaatarsl
no particular care is required
ate without disturbance to the)
Taste 1st Btaatk, Bllie as attacks, rata la.
KMaeya, lateraal frever, atlaateel reellaat
take axr. Iferea's Mseat rarsasive rellela.
50 Years Before the PuMic.
Pronounced by sll to be the aiost
Pleasant mid efficacious remedy now
in ue, for the cure of coughs, colds,
croup, hoarseness, tickling sensation
of the throat, whooping cough, etc.
Over a million bottles sold within
tho last fow years. It gives relief
wherever use1, and lias the power to
impart benefit that cannot be bad
from the cough mixtures now in use.
Sold by all Druggists at 25 cents per
SELLERS LIVER PILLS tt
also highly recommended for caring
liver conmlaints. constipation, sick-
headnches, fever and ague, and all di
scases of the stomach and liver. Sol..
ly all Druggists at 25 cents Lerlox.
R. E. Sellers & Co., Pittsburg, Pa,
J. "W- Wilbur
A Large Stock Oj
Before The .Recent
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FROM PRESENT PRICES
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ot aU kinds.
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Soaps for the toilet, -ind housekeeper.
LAMPS, LAMP CHIMNEYS, and
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tracts, and Tooth
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Ilollowaj's Pills !
Exercise yos-rsas;as.li I . newer sad batter
te establish a
endeavor threagk Ltla.
brated POle aad Otst
ratber than at vsrtaaia elik ear tawa, lira those lu
seneral nse. Te the ateasaek we araee dyspep ft,
headache aad ssaaral lefcflllj 1 te Ua liver, bile.
Jaundice, aad yskea Ssisst te tke bowels, diar
rhea ra, djaaatatj. eeaaMpsaHea, pOaa, and Bstnls ;
to the lungs, seaawaaasslea, sea. te she blood, scrof.
fula, scurvy, aad aa easatsskasas enptsens. By
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we may safely defy the est tiki e eases e, and
no medicine yet at susit t for tbls isaTpeae eaa equal
the sc tion of fnsss PSls sad OtllfaiMil. as tbey dire
to tne seat ef Shiaiati. aad samrpsftns; Us cause,
destroy Its effscs,
IaPoaTAarr Oallltal. Vuas are eanlne unless
the signatore of J. Hatdoob, as agant for the United
Sutes. sariwaada each box ef FUIs aad Ointment.
Boxes at as oenrs, et esnta, snd SI eaah.
There Is eoaaldanbla savtsa; by taking- the lsnrer
aTocavowar ej Oo.. Xew Vurk.
Possessed of this EIMXOT, every man may
be Ills own Doctor,. . It maj be rubbed into
the system, so as to reach any Internal com
plaint; by tbla means It cores Sores or Ul
cer in the TKBOAT, STOMACH, LIVEK.
SPINE, or other parts. It la an infallible
Remedy tor BAD LEGS, BAD BREASTS,
Contracted or Stiff Joints, GOUT, RHEUM
ATI9M, and all Skin Diseases. , .
Importaht Gavmosi. None are snminv
anlosa the slirnature ot J. Hatdock, tu
agent for the United States, surrounds t scli
box of Pills and Ointment. Boxes 25 rents,
02 coots, and $1 each.
, There Is considerable sarins; by taking the
larger slics. . : ;
own all aaaard
msisss saanas ems, a
jilssaeatsarnlsa. has ba
adiaa Blood Syrup.
" i-ABOBATOBT, ' "
77W.3d St., New York City
tlsrn, . Dropsy
Biliousness, Jfervou Debility, tie.
The Best EEHEDY E1T0W2T to Man I
JSjOOV A6EXT8 HaTE SOU SlJtCat 18.0
This Syrup Possesses Varied Properties.
I atiaaalatea the Prrvallaa la ike Selrva
srklek ca avert, ike etarek aad ssgsr af tka
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Wiad aadSaartaagj ef the saed ta (aa
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ately after eailnsj tka feisasatailsa at fared te
as aria ssss ins Sjiwer . 3 4
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It Rearalatea tke Bewela
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It Naarlake tstreaartkewa aad latytnerateea
It earriea esT tke Old Bleed aad aaakea sew,
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It neutralises tlva beredUsrv taint, or poison in th.
blood, aback gansrstss Scrofula, aadpalaa, aad all
manner of akin diseases sad internal humors.
Tbere in no spirits employed fa its manufacture,
and it can be taken by the moat daUcsts babe, or by
the aged aad feeble, am only being rrfUired in at
tentin ts directions. '
FSICB OF LASGE 'BOTTLES, - L0O
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DO. j. f Jn, J
. U. UOBQAM.
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being severely troubled with OiaUveueas and Plies;
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Wonld Sot lie Wittiest It. a
FntPtAT, Hancock County, Ohio.
' Vear Sir I have been afflicted with Dyspepsia for
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Lung Disease Cared.
Narouoit Henry County, Ohio, Fsh. 20, 1879.
Dear mr Allow me to give my testimony In favor
et your Indian Btlead My rap. 1 was troubled
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MASK B. KAt,r,1.
DcrovT, man Ooenty. ohn.
Dear Sir This Is to certify that I was affiloted with
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aa reaua. a oouuneu some ot your Banian ansa
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tt enttiely eared me.
, KJSTTH-S. Noole County, Ohio.
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, . KVAKsrosrr. Denaoce County, Ohio.
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XeOT Sir This is to certify that
HorKDALK, Harrison Oounty, Ohio.
o ceruiy uutt year (satss
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Nxw BnauKaxoM. Cllmoa Ooanty, Ohio.
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LIrer Complaint and Heart Disease.
Timcsifo CiTV, Miami Co.. Ohio, July is. 1S77.
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