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Stokes' $11,000 Doa. The Spring
field (Mass.) RepubUoa say there is
an J11.000 dog In that city, and the
way of it Is this : The now uncomfort
ably lamoas Mr.'Btekee, Of ihfl Kew
York Tomb, owned a jetter reputed
the beet huntlni.g .Ja 'taev.city.
Mr. Harker, theowlier of lthe noted
stables, wanted the setter; an J tried to
purchase him. Batfitokw had just
refused $600 for him,, and didn't want
to eell the dog. Finally, however he
toid Harker that aa perhaps his hunt
ing davs were over, although he would
sot sell he would make him (Harker)
apresent of the dog. 'iThe generous
Harker would not, however, accept
the friendly offer without a recipro
cal one, and, as he had offered $1,000
engaged to give him the profit within
a specified time on 1,X? shares of a
certain railroad stock. A rapid turn
in the market brought the aforesaid
stock to an advanoeof $11 a share, and
that he offered "promptly to make
over to Stokes '"for the -Better.'' The
speculative yotfng man, Aowever; said
".Let it wait awhile;: perhaps. I may
make more yet." - Instead oX mors he
made less; the stock fell as swiftly as
it had risen, and dropped - flat on ahe
market. So for a little while the set
ter which Mr. Harker prizes so high
ly was worth $11,0004 What halo
of glory encompasses at Teffiarkabie
dOg. .'."'..J .lL L--V.i.i- J .1.
THE FORTUNES OF OUR PRESIDENTS.
' ' DXSTS"", - " ' "
WaAIffgon left' Sir estaW rorth
nearly $2M,00& i'-iJ. :U J' : . I
The elder Adams left a moderate
fortune at his death.
Jefferson died comparatively poor.
If Congress had not purchased his li
brary at a price far above its value,
(20,000,)he would wj?: 'eulty have
kept out of bankrupt.. Uie close of
Madison saved h la money and was
comparatively rich. -The fortune of
his widow was increased by the put
chase f 'hV tnanuscribt paper bfr
Congress for $36,000." ;J ' ,J
James Monroe, the sixth President,
died so poor that he was buried at the
exDente ol ma reiauves.in a i-emy
. 1 . imn-nil T.nH 7
tery between, Second V??mru
streets, near the Bowery, in
John Qulncy Adams left about
$50,000, the result of industry, pru
dence, and a small inheritance. He
was msthodinaJ aad economical. ,
Andrew-Joikson vseft 'a. iwU&allaJ
estate known as the Heritmage,about
twelve miles from Nashville, Tennes
see. Martin. Van Buren died. rich. His
estate was -estimated at -raarly $300,
000. James K. Polk left about $150,000.
John Tyler was a bankrupt when
he became President. He husbanded
his means when In office, aaarrled a
rich wife, and died wealthy in wordly
Zachary Taylor left about $50,000.
Millard .Fillmore is a wealthy man.
Franklin Pierce saved $50,00 -anting
his term of service as President.
James Buchanan died a bachelor,
and left an estate, valued a $200,090 at ,
the tbe least,' - -
Abraham Lincoln left about $75,000.
Johnson is said to be worth about
,u ra TiTi
Mask okb. Owing to the extre me
precautions which insurance compan
ies generally taxe to protect them
selves In the J-prdTng ef thelr'poltciea
it is by many persons considered al
- most a hopeless undertaking to enter
into a legal controversy with them
when amisnnderatandingarises about
payments, Tbe Eartford Ivnex, how
ever tells of a case in which the xEtna
life Insurance Company was obliged
to yay $2,000 on a policy which was
never issued and. which it nevtr in
tended to issue.' "A speciaTagenf took
the application of a man named .Taft
at Prairiedu Chien,"Wis.t and sent it
to the gsrrr&l urgent, who forwar '"d
it to the tL- cace." The ritk
declined sua tae application retarded;
but tbe special agent who had origin
ally received it neglected to notify the
acDlicant of tbe rejection. - Taft died.
and the United States District Court
in Wisconsin decided that the com-
aorance applied for, as It was his duty
to notify ift within a reasonable
time of the rejeetion of huapplioation
so that he might have obtained insur
ance elsewhere ; and that the failure
of its agents to do so was likewise the
the failure of the company.
The following anecdote is told of
Sir Bartle Frere, whea-aV Zanzibar i
cur carue axiu nia nuu, nts.
pedition "up country?' had impru
dently wandered from their escort
and lost their way. After some time
they perceived a negro's but, and,
tired and hungry, proceeded to claim
boeoitality. An old n egress appeared
at the door, and gave them some eggs,
which Sir Jiartla at -once .converted
into an omelette;- -and,- seeing num
bers of little .round black bails sus
yended from the roof, and fancying
them to be mushrooms, popped them
into the pan, utterly disregarding the
old woman's anxious remonstrances.
'After their-meal-in -oarne thf -owner
of the csKb, whov-on Jearain what
his visitors had 'done,' 'broke into a
violent rage. "Miserable strangers,"
cried he, you have eaten all my war
trophies ;" and, in answer to Sir Batt
le's inquiries, informed him that
what he had taken for mushrooms
were no less than the ears of his ene
mies whom he had killed in battle.
Sir Bartle Frere was ill with indiges
tion for four days. -Pari Figaro.
BILLIARDS IN CHURCH.
The performance given In aid of
the Roman Cavholie Church of St.
Cecilia a One Hrmdred' and Fifth
street and Second avenue, last night,
was a brilliant afiair. One corner of
the room was arranged as a beer gar
den, and here lager and cigars were
dispensed by young ladies In white.
In the center of the charch a billiard
table of the newest design wasplaoed.
and or! the benches which' surrouned
it were seated, in foil enjoyment of
the performance, the members of the
charch and their friends. The first
game was between Messrs. HCavanagh
and Cyrille Dion, and Albert Gamier
and Joseph Diom The Interesting
feature of this same was the evident
embarrassment of tbe players, who
had probably sever before played a
game of billiards under such peculiar
circumstances or before such an audi
anoe. Cyrille XUod was evidently
disconcerted, as he played the first
dosen innings with no tip to his cue.
The gam was won by 'Joseph Dion
ana Gamier by. a soore of lid to 81.
The eeuaed game was between Cyrille
Dion and Maanee Daiyv ana was soo
points, four balls. ,. The game was
won bv Dion a score ofSOd Jo 2021.
Dalv's isvzeet ran . was 181- Dion
making one of 147. At the coBeiu
Minn of thia nuteh. the nam ran v wereT
. , j ,.rT " , :
ea'ruuueu - viut - uuujwvuo iout:y
shots by Gamier and ethers, rather.
Flattery the 1 pastor of the church,
was present throughout the evening,
amearinz Tleased at the success of
the entertarriment. New York MaiiJ
A nnmHficgtifTd inet a beautiful
butlerilv.'aHd being' pleased Wth the
be&utylf W pertoti aixjthe giory of
its wlngs.-lijade' n offer o.berpetual
frienoUhip. 'oaBnot-think of it,"
was the repvy, ?as yen one cilled me
a crawling -doit' rlmposaitle," ex
elaimed thr hunrming fc!rdk "I
always efetertainvd the higheot re
spect for wich beanUful creAturee ss
you." "Prhapff you d now," said
the other, 'hat when, you issalted me
I was a caterpillar. Bo Jet me give
you a bit of. d vioe. Kever insult the
Curable, aa-they aayvsome uj be
come your superiors." -
A crary old woman recently rushed
Into a Richmond (Vs.) school room,
and said she had come to teach gym
nastics. The teacher fled In terror
and the woman went ahead, potting
the pupils through some most asuin
i?i.ing evolutions. '
the in. Decease it stimu
lates to IjeajUiT action the organs which
nature ttat appointed to carry ont or the sys
tem the impurities orthe Blood .Barsi touch
es the ialnere the IXindellon -wakes up
the Liver and stimulates the Bowels to
regular action. These organs aetmrjointly,
clear the system and carry away the germs
of disease. Get ttls remeftv.
. W. C, HAMILTON A 00
spectable ereplujment at hoiae,4lay or eve
nlng;rjo capital reqnlred; full lnstnieUons
and valuable packu of poods sent tree by
mall. Address, wHc tura uM.wau. M.
YOUK G 4tt., 17S Oreenwieh bk, Kt.
TiM.Vti. A pent cd Salesmen Ateentlonl
Bryant s Ll'jrary of Poetry and on; Toe
Kew HocseteepertMamial.by Mies Bowa.
r and sirs. Pttrwe. Both sellmc tamarM far.
Excicaive TenHmt. liberal iermsv ' J. it
FORD CO.. New York, Boston, Chicago
and Ban FranelacOb - -
"TyrcBOEiict sr orx nriitnsB.'-
X How either sex may Xasolnate and gain
the lore and affections of any person they
choose mu&nUy.. This simpls mental ao
qniremetil all can possess, free, by mail, for
2oe. tnther with a m arriage guide, EKyp
tian Oracle, Dreams, .Hill la to LWle. Wed-dlng-KlHht
Shirt, do. A qneer book. Ad
dross T. A Co. Pubs. Fhila,
1 r 9ANTD;7e?Ll
lit Agents ar the hutti am 5cvm
W W ciade at Dantinry, Ot. Tua
Latest SKd Bees. ' Ttf BuUest, Fastest sod
Easiest Lock gtttok, Straight Keedls Ha
chine 1 ue markeu- buw terau than
Oen'i Agent, Canbaiy. Cenn. B
rv Nomerona Tests Have Proved
: . r. Bants sat t TarMseow
g WATB3 WkfeEXs
Pamphlets free. Address, York, Pa.
Neglect a eongh. Nothing U mora certain
to lay the foundation (or iutnre evil conse
WELLS' .CARBOLIC TABLETS
are a stirs strre for all direanes ef tbe Respi
ratory Organs, SJore Throat. Ooids. Croop,
Uipihena, Asthma, Catarrh, Hoarseness,
ass Of Ule iuruat, w luupiw, in snw
Tabes, and all Diseases of the Lane.
In all cases ol sodden coia.noweveriaen
these Tablet should be promptly and freely
need. They equalise the circulation of the
hinn I no Kv..rir of the attack.
WaiW Carbolic tablet are pnt an only In
blue boxes. Take no snbsutntes. If they
can't be onnd at yoor drnggist's, send at
once to the Agent in New York, who will
forward them by return mall.
Don't be Deceived by Imitation.
8o)d by drnrelsta 'Pres oentNrr-.
tJGHK O.. iiUJ-uurvl. U I"UU 8U vXr'
Bend for Circular. Bole Agent for U. S.
GEO, WOODS & CO'S
., I,.. V V t f I r if
Tbe most remarkable Instrument ever per
fected ; capable of the most beautiful musi
cal effects, aud in the most elegant cases.
All Levers of Music
should see.tTwm.anrt bear their Li .:
GO If. B 13 ATIO H SO LO STO PS.
DANA'S Musical Institute f barren, has
them. (Jane 18-Sm
PrOfessIdBal tad Amatewr Xnslclaai
should examlM the Combination Solo
gvipfound only in GEO. WOODS CO S
- TUI AOLTisV A' most delleie.(ei4 er
THK VOX ItUIi, A baritone solo, not
a fan or tremolo.
THK FUIOi. A Beaonrauy tonea piano,
which will never require tuning. . See ad
vertisement In another eofaunn. - . (Saw
Writs fcr Large Blsstretee Pries List. AMrssi
Breeoh -loading Shot tmi, US to MKW
DooWefahotauns, toSiu. Blugle-Quns.
t3 to tJO. Rill fee, $8 to To. Revolvers, $0 to
2S. Pistols, il to i Gun siateriaia. Fish
ingTackie. Large discount to Dealers or
Clubs. Army Guns, Revolvers, c, bought
or traded for. Goods sent by express C. O.
D. to be examined beiore paid for. - ' i
' IEVES AND AGUE CURED B?. .
s-tteh combines ait ta alkiM-li ef the Cincbras
Barks, and is aetlrul a nsualy aa taoiiulUutt
jf Qainioe, while II is muelt ichea)er ati iir'rx
ridi formolje ftr u3in tlie Clncho-Qaiuine, aiM
Cartimnnisli frost PiTtaim U esw tiaocextj
rrepared by BILLLSttS.LAPP A CO., Chcmbifc.
MH irasnn to Jas. R. Klchols & Co Boston, Ma
Sepresented la Kow York br S. H. Aoitiii,
loin F. Henry's, Ko. 8 Coilese Placer
OF THB GOSPELS AID ACTS, '
By Rev. Alfred Kevin, L B D. XL, embra
ces the InternationaX Series of. Lefisons for
three years. Every pastor, teacher and
lamily needs it. Xndursed by Presidents
MeCosh, Coblelgh,. King. WaiJK, Bishop
Simpson, Stevens, Haven, and the Clergy
and Press In all parts of the conatry. Ag'ta
wanted. Liberal terms erlven. . Address
ZEIGLER sceUiUiYii Wfi Fourth
SU, Cincinnati. . i . -u - .
WEAR "YEADOfJ'T.: MILLS
If jos wast is keep elesr ef CeMa aasBaisis.
Uss. Xetal'sg wssset ber." ilwsji keept
soft, WIXL JOT SHETiK, art year stem-
forU:. i rT....i
!-l-i. ,L:yf: asj : , i r.
PEEYENTEDit USIXQ ".' " ""
The TfimrOiatitsm arid JtcsvPcisoaons tow-;
erfol DEODORIZES A -DISINFECT ANT.
ItgdaUynae destroys allliad bderTaiKl
and fherefiy 'prevents contagion and dis
ease; contains no poison aad has no odor of
Dr. Dfucaett, acelebtAted wrrtei ouChole-
ra and Tellow Fever, maintains that a few
drops of Bmtno-Ohlomtttm in a tnmeler of
water, drack gaily, will prove a sure pro
tection -fromahese diseases.' . -i
It U the best disinfection, for all H
HOLD PUSPOSEa Prepared only or
I. . TUJJEJf A OO, New York.
Bold by aa druggist, V -
r Xllh nasi powerful alausr,'.atrsBKtheoer
a eBao??r Oisndular ObstrncUons
r mows to catena Unitca. .
li- -if tveciaUu adorned, ta aonstttntiana
worn down ' and debilitated by the warm
weaUier of Spring and Summer, wbee. the
blood la not In active circulation, euese-
qoenuy gauiering troponues from slug,
glsness and, laaparfacl action of the aeere.
tiveomaas. and la manifested bv Toniiirs.
TwniMarvaNd latumiA frcim n.crwn.V
saddullnehs. drowslDess atid i rwrt i a t u . .
piaee oi energy ane vigor, the syatem
needs a Tonic to boild it ap and help the
itai f oroes t regain- their resaparatlve
In the heat of rummer, frequently the LItw
and spleen do not properly perform their
functions; the Uterine and Urinary Organs
are Inactive, prodncing weakness of the
stomach and Intestines and a predispoal.
! Ur. 'WEIjIja' :
EXTRACT : OF JURUBEBA
Is prepared from the SOUTH AMERICAN
PLAT, and is peculiarly suited to all
these difficulties: ft will cleanse the VIT1A-
Ttu BLJUiAatreoginen theLJFE-GIVINU
POvVEiiri. and hUlOVE ALL ORsTRIT-
TIOVS from IMPAUiEIi .AND L.Si Xi-
BLED Organs. , - .
. It suoaiu be treely taken, as Jornbebe. Is
pronoeneea or meaical writers the meat
efficient Purifier, Tonio- and Xeobstruent
konwn la Uss sraole range of medical
JOHN Q, KELLOGG.
18 Piatt St., 2T. I sole Acent for the C, 8.
Price One Dollar per botue. fiend for Cir-
' ii .
ni&r etuy 1HL
. t iiVi lii i i i M i '
fiO ! HO ! -, HO !
. stop a uttle:
TF YOU WANT TO BUY FAMILY
iGrocerles. Produce, To
or VarleUesveaU f
sa rot k wen sine stain
Jan, la, us7j-iyr
t I" -V
COUCITUBS A5D ATT0BXET9
: fob "' ;'
U.S. AXD FOREIGN PATENTS
Aff D r-ATIST LAW OASES.
' . BUB RIDGE & CO
' t . ; -i .1 i . J iJ i - .i '
C sssrter SU spseslto lasfTesCHcss,aeTS.
" .," - laaa.OMe.1'". ' '
With Associated Offices In Washington and
torelgn oonntriee. aererto Ben Wm. Kite
Jane. U Mtt.
; Sprlna Stytes of 1873.-
I ; -i - . f.t. , t i l
'4 Jt ..v. ' - 'I
Ravejnst'reeelved a very large stock of
Boots and 8 hoes gnr the 8prin and Bum
mer wear of tt7S, aad will sell as cheap as
csn be bought la Warren or elsewhere
hsvlng for our motto "quick sales and smai
profits." Weare selling J
Ifsn's French Calf, tongue Boots, t5,50
a t eo f
do ' do Kip 1 -
Farmer's Plow heev ' "
Ladles' Jaes-gaMeta i.i o? T. ; .r t i
dO do dO ,liT1 it :: . " V - .
no z ros ?,- , - - -
in , French fid t!tltion - J'
Wears noamreDared to fnrnsll the above
line In the best and most fashionable style
Boots, Shoes, Gaiters and Bllppers, for Men,
Boys, Misses and -Children, in end-
, , '.. a . las variety,. . ;;,
Leatliet : ani tt iim:
Buffalo Bole - - - 8S cents. '
Buenesayres Sole . .
FieaUiCalfCorrielri,- - v. H 95te,
ABrteanCe0f - -l.lOtoW
AUklmiaof ndnKet the aama rate.. . -
' .11'-- tCi i-t . j::a (..! ; .
Msdeteorder andrapaJrlngdon neatly: '
Thankful for past patronage, we invite
all our old customers and aa also a w ones
to give us a caH before baying essewnere...
; ;' ',' :7 "BXfiSl& ilEASE-;1
One door South of McDonnell's, -
:t . j '
. ' -: 11AUT BT, :- W4. BJtXJf, QSIQ
AprU la. lKX-tf" . , .-i: i
- ' -Offloe orC.fi. PTELD- :.
' 1 SEW TLOTHISa ST0BE," -8
Market . Warren, 0., July 3, 71
i: - . . ". . ..! il--,j ,i
I HAVE1 JUST DECEIVED
CoaU and Vesta made o( ', '
ENGLISH' AND IfSENCE ,
1 -i: t-.
- ' f;-. : : ; i - ;
t'.'.,! in ir.-r.'p 'i t). OS ii ! ;'
i 1- ;n ti
They are Very desirable for warm weather
i -b axdataprieetbaiwlUi-'.-'Ti ,
H i' ' itn is i yu.il. t ! - ;
0 in ilg ' rr xx is ax.
have reeelVBd the sirmmer strle of : -1
of extra Gossamer, 11 ght, airy, and danCble.
Lisht Spring &. SummerGoods,
LO3r- DUCK, -i : a
FUL5HEL' 11PA0CA .
ClcsOngra at vei? lew price A la
.ai .'j. voiCEtBnlarg)a.ii; i -
vv i .-. ii-C U-,tjit-::M-
; ,i Y y;"i -jtoti e-ft .
ARRIVED TO-DAY. . t
p B. I proeose so toalre it lively. ' -
.:Jnlyi,1TJ l K JT;-'1 , C. & FIELD.
These Spectaclw- are stannfactnred from
Xiste Cmud ' PfesW merited toceth-
er, and are ealled Dutmcmm a aooeont of
tneir narunesajuia Driiiiancy.
Thev are EToend with great aeleatlBeae-
and Dradoee a.Bvishtneas and dlsUnetBess
of vialoa sot bofere attained la spectacles,
simaacrurad tv the fetnw Optical Mar.u-
atrurvm Ob., JTw York. Forsale by respoa-
ainiaasenta in every cvr him t nttnu -
Jewelers and ODUclaas. are oi Aaents
Kr yvanen. uoio. irom, wnom taey cau
onlvbe obtained. So peddlers employed.
Do not boy a pair unless yon see tbe trade
nira ........ . -isom, , nmii.
rpWEIiVB- THOUSAVIJ JROLLS
X of "Wall Paper and Borders of all styles
Is wide!r knowr
as one of the most
IT ill, '. . - .
dies ever eusco
trcd '; for- teans
ii, J4,a'.' mum' '
gtood tie test of'
years,- with a con-
jvpetatioa.lMMd on its intrinsic virtue
and sustaiaei by its remarkable cures..
,So mild as to bejjle and .beneficial to
-efciidren, aad jet so aearclung aa to
JefTectually porpe but the great corrupt
tioas qC.iim btood, socb. aa the scrol1
-Ham aadt svpbi,lkic mntamination.
Impuritiea or liiaeacea tbat have arrkesl
in the steai iur vear soow vield o
this power&i antirtote, and disappear.
: Hence its wondcrftil cures, many of
.which are publicly known, of Scrofula,
and all scrofulous diseases, Ulcers,
Eruptions, aadernptisa disorders of
the skin. Tumors, Baotcbcw, .Boils
Pimple, : PnstnlM, Sores, St.
Anthony Fir, Koae w Ery
fdilas, 7 Trtter, -Salt ' Hheum,
Scald Head, Kinsworm, and in
ternal T-lceratlona of tbeUteruJ
stomacD, anaxAver.- u also cores
other complainta, to which k would not
. seem especially adapted, inch as Drop
sy, "DjKjvepsin, fitev Xenralgia,
Heart tieate. Female Vealc
ness, Debility aad Lfcucorxlioea,
.whea thty are maai&statiooa of the
scromloos poisons, '' - "
It is an excellent restorer of health
and strenrth in the Sprins. Bv renew
ing the appetite anil vigor of the diees- 1
and -hstleas , languor C the joaaon,
ren where ao dieerder appears, people,
feel better, and live looker, far oleanaiair -the
blood. The yti2 moves on witk
renewed vigor and a new lease of life.
" r. . i, rKEPAasM ar ..
Pracficol tout Anattfticnl Chemit'.'' :
a0U BI ALL DSUaOUIS ryzSTWHZJtsV
: , Ayer's r"
NEW SPRING & SUI92SER
G O O D S !
I IS a his anal stock of BPRINQ JLND
SCMMKR GOODS, which comprise a full
assortment of .. t '
Staple & Fancy Dry Goods,
CIEOCEKIES, ; :
BOOTS SHOES, r-. - -:
i , CE0CKEBT,
. 4 j " GLASSW1BE,
Looma ciAssEsr; I
' - PAPER H13G13GS,
SHADES A SHADE HOLLANDS,
' C0IB A CA5T0X MATTIXUS,
cjjwxra, lack ccstaiss. a
The Stock baa bean' iokxht fbr cash, since
the decline la prices, and we feel eonndeat
the! we can offer oo r patrons attract! ve and
desirable goods at prices that cannot fall to
please. Country produoe taken for cava as
aauai. A. WLS1Z,
.Ulrreii.O, April 7, 1S7S.
2to. 10 Market St. Warrea.O.;
' (f-y : '
Havln reoslved a fall line of goods In his
lint ooltf eair tpeelal attention to the
LARGE ASS CRTMENT
aal gooduallty of vorloua kinds, at re
.1; " 't. . jaarttaoje ; .r. , v ,
and if you want good bargains.
J fiAT.T. a.3NTI3 aSX!
f ; FOB T0TJKSELVE8. ; "
May ff, 187S.
ili ; ,)!. '! tin (
'j. ,r t . .
The ' ewJetslrsed isespeetfnlly reforms
his foraser aoeualotaaote ef Warren and
vicinity that he Oasssrmed a bnslneas coo
neetioa wltls Msem r Cewan Oe, 1M 8a
perlor Be, Cleveland. deeaers in .
HATS, CaP?, 75TEAY
' I -
rflESTS? rCBSlSIUXQ goods.'; .
We algo make a specially of manrifarttrrlrig
SIli gBrATS TO;0EDIB, -
the Ottlag T: whlrh we as the French
siormetor. snaranteelnsT la avery iar
Stance a perrem bk -
tnrlagof -ear fcllk Hsu, weareenameci to
rumlsa a oetter artiote at a less pnew mil
mb h Afrnvderi bv Uiatmde g owe rail vv '
I snail oe pieaoea o see mnrioiiisuir
aneas at any time, and highly pleased to
U tnem eooas tney may euit in our hub
fair prices at log Bepertor Bt opposite
uie weaoeii stowee. - - - . .
it C. M. 'PATCH.
2lsy T. lJCg-Smo. -
We take plessore ia ; S that '
have purchased. oa woBaally favorable
terms, a very
targe Stock of Carpets,
Oomprlslng all trades from a cheap Hemp
to a nne srnsseis, witn m tarsv wviiv.
of patterns In the medlnm and better class
of weot carpatst Weshaildevote tbeenUre
seeenrl Boer oi oerr building to the display
of Carpets, aad snail afrer to oar patrons
it---- we iDoowunkw ij
fh ! '
; i . :. ; :...r.i jJ
we Invite sTjeclal attention to Blade Silk.
Fur Mohair, and Black A!pmea. with a
on JBi une 0 staple ana lancy
' Dress O-oods
ID aU their varieties, at less than market
rates. IB Ootba. Caaatmeres, Jeans, Cot
tooades Ac, we have a large stock, aad will
sell eneap, ..we are eaamea - ouer u uw
gains Lace Cnrtalns. Oil b hades. Curtain
jsosiui anu utnaia rixHsrea,
Napkins, Towels. Counterpanes. Bleached
ana Rrnwn Bbeetlnm and BUlrtinm. fancy
hlrtlnga. Olnghams, Prints, We have Jnst
received for the spring trade, a fine assort-
Ladies' and Childrens' Shoes,
which we win sell cheap. CaH, Examine, and
esse money. We will pay the highest mar
i . ket price In'
For' Butter and Eggs.
1 ' - i . PECK & BROTHER.
IDfillVGS k & ' MORGAN
- .-.jr. i.-.' ' . . : . . .
; Are now receiving shelr stock of
Staple and Fancy Cry Soods,
lncladlng many novelties of the
LADIES DBESS COOM k SUITINGS
i LACES, EMBROTDEBIES.&ts.
'.tl . AndafuUUneof
; WIXDOIT SHADES,
', i CUBTaEULITEEIALS,
SUGAR; TEA, COFFEE, &c
r t:-t. i I ; I ' ' .-. .
all at which have been purchased at
EXTREHELY LOW RATES
and will be sold oa aa favorable terms, and
- at prices ss
thsn can be found at any house In this city,
" , A careful examination of the
t . .
, ' . V ' (JUAXITIES ao4
, ' . FBICXS,
i : j " " a
THEIR fc'OODS IS 80UOTEP
B. I ABEL
T. M.r Abell & Co.
LtllBER - UERCfl ABTTS
'. . And Proprietors ofJJae ,."
UP T WN PLANING KILL.
H r ANUFACTURERS and Dealer
JJAln Flooring, Doors, 8aah and EUnds
tTrulriiTiii and Vond work senerally. A
large stock of Rough an Dressed Lumber on
hand, aU of which are offered at
Also Custom Logs Sawed at low rsXes. '
100,000 Feet of Poplar
ntnhar vantMt. also OA KA ABU FLOOR
ING in limited quantities, for which the
highest market pnee viu ue paw.
T. M. aBF.I.I, A COL
Warren Feb.SK, 1871
33 W 3D X 3L "3r-
Ladles' and Gents Fine Gold
Fine Gold Chains and Fecklaeea.
AU kinds of watch repairing will receive
my personal attention. Irregular running
watches changed to good time keepers,
i-. .. . .. v. , , - aa. i.. Mnilml 1,'Mniul ana
west Slue Stain curve. wrres
K. H. HULL.
JNO. P. DEAN,
Wholesale Dealer In
81 WOOD STREET,
. prrrsBrBfiD, pa.
BLACKSMITHS A CARPFVTERfl TOOLS,
RAKES, SCYTHES. SNATHES. H0E8 1 and
PORKS. Finest aasortraent of CUTLERY
In the city; together with a large and com
plete assortment of HARDWARE, suitable
for the trade, at Qrtally Reduced Hate.
May 7. liSTMmo.
BOOTS & SHOES !
J. R. LAMB,
TaTvrli.ot St root.
.' ' AND '
LADIES, MISSES, e
MEN, BOYS AND
A full and complete assort-myLf
rnl'oent of Ladles' and Chll-Brjl
f IL' drens' wear, embraclngevery k'J
style and slxe. Also Men and
Bovs' One and eoarse work. My stock ia
LAEGE AND SUPEEIOB
in every particular, and will be sold cheap
as the cheapest.
FENCES AND QUALJTT TO SUIT CVS
The Manufacturing Department will be
carried on by W. G. H EAGLE, who will
manufacture to order at the lowest prices,
every variety of Boots and Shoes which are
guaranteed to give satisfaction, as none but
the oeat of vormnen are empioyeu, van aou
see us at tbe Sign of the Big Boot, Market
Btreet. Warren. UUlo.
March S.UTl-tr . .
WRIGHT & RANKIN,
HA N UFA CTU&XR3 OF
Portable & Stationary
Saw Mills anil Engines,
HAVING recently added some first
alara machinery tooor works, and pos
staumg the advantages of long experience
In the business, we do not hesitate In war
ranting to all who may patronise our trade,
first-class work, and general satisfaction.
Our Saw-Mills, Carriages and Engines, are
of late Improved designs, simple In struc
ture, very convenient and effective In opera
tion. All work In tbe machine line intrust
ed to us will receive
PROMPT A 1 TENT10N.
Particular attention also given to
Repairing and Job Worfc
Works west side of river, opposite Court
Bouse, WAEKEN, OHIO.
rpHE DAN BURY NEWS MAN.
xia new WW JMSjsj uua, an at
DR. A. TRASK'S
FOB THK CUKB 07
ETTLAlulIATSSX. DISSASZl ;
Dr. Trask was sngsged for twenty years m
a eoarss of expshmenu upon the medical prop
erties snd power of vegetables, separate aad
combined. At the age or esreaty years he suc
ceeded in pretesting to the world, ss the result
of his experiments, s combinsnon of Vegetable
extracts, the power of which m removing dis
eases is snequsled in the snnsls of Medicine.
Mis discovery consists in a combina
tion of these powerful Vegetable Extracts with
Ksctricrty or atigneti&ffl in the fona of sa Oinv
Certain, It la, that tbe remarksbtesnd
anprecedeoted socceas whica hu attended Its
applicsnou In tbe core of diseases, nsmps It at
once ss the greatest discovery of the age, aad
calls for a trial and dose Jnvesoratioa of Its
properties. - ' '
It oever- fails. whSe there remsbie snr
Icient life to rartoro a nstnral snd healthyse
Bon to the espillvy vestels of tbe bod, snd
eqaalixe the arcnlatloa of the blood. By this
Beans a controlling power Is gained over the
most mslhrniuit forms of glsease, which cannot
be obtained from sny other remedy.
Such is the power of thlseomhlna
tteu. that it peaeuatee to every portkmof
toe oamsn frune; every bone sod nuueia, vera,
nerve sod ligament Is sesrosed oat snd made
sensible of lis pnrif jmf and haallog uutaenca.
Hence It copes ss readily with Internal as ex
ternal rtis'sss - -
Nemerwws laaxasteee are est record
when uus ramely has restored health to pa
tients so aearthe grave that the most powerful
Internal reawdias failed to produce any effect.
Boca has freqoeauylMen the case ia InlUrema
tioo of the Bowels.
Ms Barleau ewer Breed die with Uus
disease where tae Magnetic Ouitmcul can be ob
tained. Far Inlammatory Bheavnatbiai
this Ointment is the most compretereiaed ever
nrepsred. For Diphthafis or totni sore IJrost
It li unrivaled.
In Blaetv-talne easts est ef at
hnndred. ttwUI afford entire relief to the worst
cssesof Karroos Headache In thirty minutes.
For Nervous Blaeasee Uus momaos Is
Of Immense valae.
AreeUone of the Splae, Eheumarlsm,
Lameaesa. Uwsrated tore Toroat, Broncaitia,
PlenrUy, Croup, Colic, Caoiera Morbus, Ague in
the Face or Breast, Bums, ecsM Head. Scrofula,
Salt Bberua, Sryeipeias, Inflamerl Syea, Ferar
8cres, 8ores. rer, w.U be unuediately relieved
br thense of Dr. Trass's Magnetic Ointment.
0. fiaatut, 6M Co., rropt's, Bu3aio,N.Y.
STEWART 1873 STOYES
FULLER, WARREN & CO.,
80 Hirer Street,
C EVELAND, OHIO.
Enquire of STOVE DEALERS In Warren.
Send for circulars.
May 11. 137 -Smo.
Drennen & Goist,
Carriages, Buggies, Wagons,
Sleigha & Specialties,
w arrou, O.
Orders for an v kind of vehicle resrjectml.
lyeollceted. Painting, Trimming and Ke-
pairtng none wita neatness ana u is pa ten,
June 18, IS7S. ,
EorroK CHBOincLa :
Allow me to salute mv friends throueh
your columns to say to them, tual I have
inuiuniuiwi iudciimibiii UW11DW WIU1I
choice selection of goods lor
FRENCH AND ENGLISH
COA TIN G S ,
F. A H. Broadcloths and Doeskins. Nobby
patterns of Vesting, and some very
handsome styles of
As heretofore, all garments shall be trim
med with none hut the
BEST OF TRIMMINGS.
Also none but first class Journey men Tailors
employed to make up the same, giv
ing all the
BEAUTY AND FINISH
that approved lodgment and good taste
may eat. In aU respecU,(and . .
I mea s humbug) I will en- ;
dea " tosustaio myself .
Creditably and Honorably
in all that I may do. I desire to be favora
bly considered and remembered by
those In want of
DRESS t BUSINESS SUITS,
SPBISG 0YEEC0ATS, tte, tie.
Warren. O.. March : 1873-tf
US STOOO 1MK TUT 00
worn THt cunt or
Tickling Sensatisn of tin Hani,
WHOOPING COUGH, tc
ASK TOCB DBCGOIST FOB IT.
rmuo ottly wt
R. E. SELLERS ct CO.
X B. BlIRR ft HYDE,
A Fine German Chromo.'
wt scwd ait rnxxsAirr cbboxo, hout
aid uust ros raAxiNO, riu to
AGEJiTS WANTED FOB
LIFE BELOW THE SURFACE,
BTTHOS. W. KNOX.
942 Pas1 Octave. 130 FlneEngriTln'i
- Relates Incidents and Accidents beyond
i i.li, nf liar- Htartllns Adventures la
all pari of the World: Mines and Mode of
nOTKlDI lu c u , i.uuiiiuniui. v. uw-.c. ,
Gambling and lu Horrors; Caverns and
their Mysteries; The Dark Waysof Wicked
ness; Prisons SDd their Bee re U; Down lu the
Depths of the Kea; Btrause 8 lories of the
IMtecllon of Crime. The book treats of ex
perience with brigands; nlghu In opium
dens and gambling hells, life In prison;
8tot lea of exiles; adventures among Indi
ana; Journeys through Bewers aad Cata
combs; arcldenU In mlnes:pirates and pira
cy tortures of the lnuaiaiUou; wonderful
burglaries : underworld of the great cities,
''w'e want a genu for this work on which
we alve exclusive territory. Agents can
make tltv a week In selling Ibis book. Band
Hart lord. Conn-, or Chicago, 111.
AGENTS WANTED FORTH! ' ' . ,
OF THE UNITED STATES.
1300 pases and 600 enovorrnos, printed in
XnoliiA and German. Written by V eminent
author, including JuAa B. Uovah,Han, Learn
Cam Edward MouUmd, Rev. E. Edwin Hali,
Philip Siptey, Albert Brubane, Horace tirt
TU1S worm i j -
efaes of industry, processes of manufacture,
etc. in all ages. Ills a complete eDcyclo-
peoiam ru " -" ; . , ; L
moat entertaining and valuable vork of
Information on subjects of general Interest
ever offered to the public. We give our
aaents the exclusive right of trrttory. One
ofour agents sold 133 copies in ehiht days
H In tvn Mk, DnruADt 111
Hartford sold 397 in one week.
Specimens of the work sent to ag'ts on re
ceipt of stamp. For circulars and terms to
M,uU eddrs thepubl!hers
Hartford. Conn or UiicaguTllL
May 14. lica. .
1 LARGE ADDITION TO OTJR
Valready splendid lot of Wall Paper.has
Just arrived over twelve thouaand rolls of
au uescriiiiiuua uuw o..w e,
AlA JUO 1W 13IU,,
EArtford, Conn. vfi
E OrZ? "rHT3 EES
SUMMER DRESS GOODS,
and all the IATSit flTLESln
MILLINERY AND ' ; '
tadles please examj-,,. our Crooda. .
"- ' 'vlUNLEFINGER A BBO
Donbass. Freeman & Co.,
We have lately added new patterns
toour large stock, and are now pre-
.i i pared to furnish
IIBST CLASS GEARED
SAW MILLS COMPLETE,
Patent Sets & Head Blocks,
for from f 25,00 upwards. We are
Manufacturers of all sixes of
Stationary Steam Engines,
Geared and direct attachment Circular
FLAX BRAKES, 0ILPBESSES
of all descriptions. Sole manufacturers ol
DOUGLASS' PATE ST SET TV0KSS
ASD D0GGI5G MACIII5E FOB
S A. "W MILLS.
Iron & Brass Castings
of all kinds made to order. Particular at
tention paid to
B0LLOG A ILL,
BLAST FURNACE WORK, .
CASTESGS. ftc, c
Also, Agents for Judsoa's celebrated
I? latent Governor,
CORNER VAIN A CANAL STREETS,
VV arron, onio
.je-Send for Illustrated Catalngue."
August 28. 1872.
Manufacturer of Italian
ana American Marble
rarnltar Slabe, kc Ac J
can also furnish Sootch and
on short notioe. Designs
kept ea hand or msde to or
der Jor tbe beneutof ousiom-
ers. Work warranted to give
Hhop on Liberty Ptreet.one
aoor souin' oir im i auonai
a 8 48.
VAUTROT & ACKLEV
Ws would Inrermouririennaand ue public,
hat. In removing oor Jewelry Store to our
XsTIS-W ' H.OOM9, .
we have greatly enlarged oar stock In every
- department, and nave also added a
V MUSICAL BOXES,
Also, a vtry fine Stock of
Pocket and Table Cutlery,
from the best manufacturers. We would
call particular attention to our stock of
W A T C H E S!
Which we think eannot be surpassed In any
, ef the large cities.
ALSO ALL THE NEW STYLES OF
CHAINS AND JEWELBY
SOLID SILVER-WARE I
Prom the celebrated Gorbam Manufactory
aad itoed- Ware that Is seldom equalled
. in quality aad fljalsh.
PATEKT PEOPLE'S WATCH.
Watch work and Engraving always done
- by experienced workmen.
may 8. 1871,
BOOTS & SHOES
W . V. OIIAFT,
BACONSBURG, Of .
Has tust opened a large stork of Bootshoes
aad Oalters, for Ladles, Mlses, Men, Boys
anu iniiureu. a iuii anu
Always on hand, embracing every style
and size. My stock is
Large and Superior,
and will be sold cheap for cash.
CALL AND SEE ME
at my new store, near Sugar Grove Hotel,
. south aide of Main Street.
May 11, lS73-no '
V ermont Is a fortunate State. IU
outstanding debt now amounts to on
ly$2&7,500. ' i
A Craddock, Kentucky, man pre-
icuua tu uave ioudu a mine oi nrsc
class sealing wax.
Tlriwdotri C'r.Mcrra ha aanf CTir' t Ttte.
graduates, and 1,093 of them have be-
t.n. r. n : 1
wuio piiyeiuiaua. ". ' , '
A lltlTa hnv at firsvllla nrtfh
difficulty saved from death from the
una ui a cauirpiuar oa um tongue.
' Two eases of Cholera reijortad in
Cleveladd, on Monday, and four in the
penitentiary at Calumbna. :
ttlar. thu rpr.,1 olinndsnM r.f 1 . . ., ,
blossoms this year betokens a good
wwp vi currj.
Hiram Halse. a ba?zaze master on
trains 3 and 12. A. 4Q.W.R. R. died
of cholera contracted In Clnclnattl. a
row days since, s , his home In Asihville,
New York. i. -. . ..
A fashionable vnnrto, Ur dmi..
delphia dropped one of her false eye-
uiunaiu tuuitu pew, ana Daaiy
f ri t'h frtpd a v ruin it mo now, v.
a j r . w uv..
who thought it wm bis naoaUche,
RlnnA th A slWTifirn nw tkn fca.al..
privilege, the New Yorfc poet-Eoaster
A TJtnn m A iClusUKBUlO ULillOg Oil OI ULO
mail tntMAr neBcim .,.k .m.
g"fi u iuuiu vj xj cixiurj.
a so UlU uuuitrT7I Vi
free newspaper exchanges, -
It WM WlHIIv Writ aartViarTia.f V.v
J J ia. DVUlWrluay UU"
very revente of her mirror. The oue
rvuecu wuDout uuiuDg, and the ota-
A Tvtrifltxl nunn ass Kaa n Asi n A Iw.
v tywu 1V7UUU A 14
an undertaker's garret at Boanoke,
i. vuougut mat ne nnuer
took the study of law and became ab
sorbed in Blackatone.
After asking your name In the
btate or Arkansas, the natives are in
the habit of forther inquiring, in a
confidential tone, 'Well, now, what
was your name afore you moved to
A Connecticut farmer, who set ont
an elaborate scare-crow in his straw
berry patch, was disgusted to find
thatapairof robins had built their
ueuv, nnu were raising- tneir young,
uuuci uia u,
The President of the Vicksburir
Common Council declared a motion
carried, and four ulrlprmen liLnH
to tbe eontrary, and inch was bis ob
stinacy uiai mey nau to throw Mm
UUIU111W1UUW. J .. . I
Bonner has expended over half
uuniuii in auverusing. lie has paiil
9 q fu j r - - i .,
o,uw iur a single aavercuement, and
!H0,0C0 for a week's advertising. He
Is now worth more than $1,000,000 a
umr uwe ui cause ana e II eel. - -
A fellow In Toledo recently sheared
and fantastically painted a goat, and
then palmed it oil udou the zooloc-1.
Cal committee of the City Council for
a young zebra, realized the f nil amount
or purchase money and decamped
A novel feature has been Introduced
at picnics, that now is belne everv.
where practiced with good results
After the festivals are over, and just
ueiore separating, me young ladles
stand all in a row, when the yonng
men pass along the line and kJs them
Olive Logan, formerly Mrs. Henry
A.Delllle, and recently Mrs. Wirt
Sykes, has advertised that she has
withdrawn from the lecture field and
gone to Europe to abide permanently.
But it is highly probable that she will
return ere long to her metropolitan
home, aud once more enter the lyce-
I say, old boy, cried Paul Pry to an
excavator whom he espied at the bot
tom of a yawning gulf, "what are
vou diinrinir there?" "A rilcr hole
tbe old boy replied. Paul was not to
be put oif in this, fashion. '-What
are yon going to do with the hole ?'.
he aeked. "Uoine to out it op Into
small noiee," reiolneu the old boy.
"ana retail tnem to termers tor gate
poets." . ....... . ..
"Xame t" sighed Mr. Partington
'Here I have been sotierin' the biga
mies of death for three mortal weeks.
First I waa eeued with a bleeJin'
phrenology in the hampshire of the
brain, wnicn was exceeded Dy tne
stoppage of the left ventilator of the
heart, infs gave me inflammation
of the left borax, and now I am sick
with the chloroform morbus. There
is no blesain' like that of health, par
ticularly when you're ill." r
Gentility is neither in birth, man'
ner, or fashion, but in the mind. A
hi Kb sense of honor, a determination
to take no mean advantage or any
body : an adherence to ttr truth.
delicacy and politeness in all dealings
with others: dignity,. mouesty and
gentleness in manner, speech and
acts, are tne essential cnaractenscics
of genteel breeding, in either man or
woman. i -
The editor of the Norrlstown'Ter
ald has found out "Why persons
can't sleep." It is because "there is
no accumulation in the organism of
the products of oxidation, mainly ef
carbolic acid, that accumulation, be
ing favored and controlled by renex
action' of the nervous system, which
thus protects the- organism from exe-
cusive 'Oxidation, ana allows tne or
ganlsm to manifest its normal fo.no
tionai activity inrougnoutasuoceeor
ing rythmic period. k .
A Connecticut man has succeeded
In setting more than fifteen hundred
words on a single postal card. Of
course no ether btate except that
which manufactured wooden nut
megs and horn gun flints could fur
nish the genius required to transmit
a lengthy letter from one end or. me
country to tho other lor less wan
penny. The thrift which turns an
honest ha'penny exists in the "land
of steady habits" to an nnwonted de
A Leavenworth photographer has
been explaining the altogether-too-elaborate
way in which he procured
a8Dirit" nhotoeraoh. He says he
first took a picture of Air. Harris, and
Dai n ted hia whiskers out. . Then he
cut the face out of an old lady's pho-
tnprarih. and rjasted Harris' lace in.
He made a negative from this,' and
then a transparent positive. He next
held this positive before. a Bensitized
plate in a dark room,, aad the ghost-
picture was maua.,, . ,;. ,.. .
Professor Agassis has a class of fifty
students at work among tne jocks,
shallows, and reefs, studying natural
history without books aud by indi
vidual search and labor, on Penekese
Island, thus nobly utilizing Mr. An
derson's splendid gut. lie cans tne
bovs together every morning for a fa
miliar talk, then tells them to ramble
about tbe island and use tneir eyes.
Every lad has bis aquarium and lab
oratory, with all the land and sea be
A new Masonic order, "The
Knights of the Red Cross of Constan
tine, the Invincible Order of the Ho
ly Sepulcher and St. John of Jerusa
lem," lias just been instituted in
Springfield, Mass. The charter comes
from tue Grand Body In England,
and the name selected Is "Unity Con
clave." Only Knights Templars are
eligible to the degrees. ' Unity
Conclave i the second instituted in
Massachusetts, the first having been
started in Worcester. , ,
An ocean anecdote, apropos of the
"Inman crime," is related aa follows:
'Here we are now, within a quarter
of a mile of land," was the joyful an
nouncement made by the captain of
an ocean steamer to his grumbling
passengers. "Where? Which way
is it?" were the eairer extlamationg
which followed. "Anywhere down
below there," said the captain, point
insr toward the bottom of tbe sea.
"The lead gives us just 220 fathoms
of water, aud the land comes lap up
against the brine,'1 Just as the City
Of Washington came "slap up"
against Uull Kock.
CLIPPER ! CLIPPEI.
TRIUMPHANT OVER ALL OFPCemOH I
IS STILLKING OF THE FIELD,
We are now reeelvlnf another ear load of
CLIPPEKS 1 1873
; . ... .
... . , t
Eireet from the Factory, and offer this well
known and favorite machine at old
. PTia via:
IVo. 2iVcw Clipper for SIC D
"tJD.2d warranted not la ci
HlfTHrZZlS'J7?' th B"r neekt, an5
WOTirL. T 1 0QtUn apparatus ia me
N(X 2 "prcar.'a ech wheel, tus :
Na 4 LA-ROE, M dCH WHEEL. tlJO."
Has greatly Improved DP-OPPDTQ AT
TACHMENT, which can be need wlU
treat success in lodged grass.
Ve keep constantly on hand a very large
CLIPPER REPAIRS I
for aU the machines sold by us. TVs also
i are Agents for
JOHNSON'S SELF RAKE!
A combination with the Clipper for
Side Delivery, ;
The sreateat nrwu nr th. n
lndsof grain, lodged or standing.
using same Catting Bar as the Clipper, ws .
are Headquarters fbr
HftllinnrcwnrfVfl !?.l-is! I
The only adjustable Steel Tooth Rake raaJe.
ich tooth intlependeM of aU to otliera,
which do not scratch or in J are meaUows.
THE PEEBIOI BIKE OP THE
CALL & EXAMI5E FOB YOURSELYEa.
. - Large stock of
C1UDLES, r f
- ' 'sctthsI ; : ' "
S5ATHS, " . ' ,
' '! - " HAT FORES, Ac -
, i . j i' , , '
4T TBS OIa . j
HARDWARE STOUE 7
u or - - ! j.- .
PARK & PATCH,
Jane 18. 187X . . r
THE " ,
Y flAVAnmAvtt V , mj
aibftlEUWUlUl) kja, rV 1 CUIU
A?ro ' '
GALVESTON R; CO.
OF KaSSaS.::!: ,- .
Having now received their Fateais la tall
, bom the Government, placed In market -:
': . nearly ' " " .:' ;
400,000 Acres of Mainificect
;' I- 3ff i a,
granted im aid of their Road h? the raited
States, a large portion of which has bean
RE SERVED FROM PUBLIC 8ALSSINCX
1 ,,' " ' 1851. .' " '' : '
T hese lands are alreaddy traversed by two
railroads, aad the even sections having ,
. uvea semiM iur maay years, nnmer
. ocs villages and railroad sa- j .
tlons adord a ready market
for farm prodoeu. and the advantages of
churches, schools and stores. The cum. .
pany offers its lands at moderate
, ha-urea, on long time, and M low ,
... rates of Interest. . . '
8ALTJ2RI0U3 CLIMATE, PURE W ATE it
AJTD FERTILE SOILi s ' '
renders these lands the most desirable of
In, tin. mliiT'ii j It. K rtutrd.
Two trains daily leave - Lear ?n worth.
uiwrean anu n aimas .iiy, lor a.l point
on the .- . . . . . . , :
LL& G. R.B. LINE. ;
Land exploring tickets are placed oa sale
and to parties purchasing lands the eoaa
of same will be ref anUed. For furtherpar
tlculars apply to JOHN W. SCOTT. .
Land Com., Channte. Kan., or L, LiQ.
B. It Col, Lawrence, Ean,
April ao, iws-iow.. :. . . :u
x.very year increases me popman-
ty of this Taluable Hair Prep aratkra ; '
which is due to merit alona.' We
can assure onr: 613 ratroas th3t it ii '
kept fully up to its high standard ;
ana it is the only reliable and perfect
ed preparation ior restoring' oa.tr
fR Faded Haib to its youthful color,
making it soft, lustrous, and silken. !
The" scalp, br its use, becomes whito
and clean. It removes all errrptions '
and dandruff and, by its tonic prop-'
erties, prevents the hair from fallin 1
ont, as it stim-lstes "and nonrishes
a m w . , W" . . le
tne nair-ffianas. rsy lis use, tne nan
prows ' thicker and stronger. " In '--baldness,
it restores' Ihe eapSlary-1
glands to their normal vor, ana
will create a new Growth, except in '
extreme old age. It b the most eco
nomical ILus Deesscto ever nsed,' 3
as it requires ; fewer applications,
and gives the hair a splendid, gjowy . ' '
appearance. A. A. Hayes, JLD, ' "
state Assayeroi AiaEsacnosetva, na s
" i ce eonsutnenis are pare, ana care
f illy selected for excellent qn&lity j
and I consider it the Bkst Pkspa
ratio for its intended purposes. ' '
bolt bf a Drmogitt, mud Dealer im Midletnim - '
BuckinKham's eye. ;
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TOU THB WHISSLZBi.'.
Aa nor Rruiwer in BtSOT easeSl.
requires too long a time, and too .
mucn care, to restore gray- us au l.
Whinkers, wr have prepared thi
dye, in one preparation; which will
fJi'm rmlt It ia easily arliietl,
and produces! a color which, will
neither rob nor wash ofE Sold by. -all
Druggists. Prica Fifty Cents.
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