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The True Green Old Age.
I know not a more beautiful spec
tacle in the world than an old '-.man
who has gone with honor through
all its storms and conquests, and
who retains to the last the frdshncss
of feeling that adorned his jyouth.
Such arc. ever welcome to the young
and sympathy unites, while wis-
- dom guides. There is this distinc,
K tion between respect and ven eration:
the latter has always in it something
. of love.
lj 1U liaug mJ.il sum:..' mis uiuuj
or eight summers, who seemed to
be enjoying vacation finely, and all
to themselves. Passing through
jthe,-street, unmindful, of what "was
goingbn', they'scebietljfiVlianpy as
"'"''two larks, anil looked'as-bcautiful
as they seemed happy. Stopping
at one of our candy-shops, one of
them made a purchase of candy,, a
large, nice-looking stick, and' break
ing., it, gave, her little companion
half, saying as she did it, with the
Jlary,,.jijU may have the largest
half, as" you are the smallest."
It is not necessary that a boy
who'learns a trade is compelled to
"follow it all his life. Governor
Palmer, of .Illinois, was , a country
Wai5smlth"once, anil began' his pol
itical career asa'constable in 3Iac--SQsoupln
CounEyr -A circuit judge in
the.ccntralnart.of Illinois was once
a-'tail6rYJThoihas Hoyne, a rich
and eminent lawer of Illinois, was
once a bookbinder. Erastus Corn
in'nrf Nr York, was too'lame to do
krawl&rdla'orand'Vommeneed as a
shop boy in Albany. When he ap
plied for employmentrfirst, he was
asked, '"Why, my little boy, what
can vou do? "Can do what I am
T bTid," was tfifel hnswUhat' .secured
I llimiiv: pJaceiUSenatof jWilson, of
Thurlow Weed was ajcanal boat
driver. Ex-Governor "Stone of
Iowa; was'a cabinet maker, which
tirade tlie late Stephen A. Douglas
'also worked at in his youth. Iarge
.n timbers of men of prominence now
W dint of industry, 'without which
!g talent is as jiselessVas a gold coin
on a Darren island., one alone
makes.mcn bright and' it -does not
valone depend on the kind of work
have uTdo- whether, you rise
Tr-not. ., It depends on how you do
The First Strawberries
A little girl once had a bed of
strawberries. Very anxious was
she tlia'ttuey'suoulu ripen, and be
fit to cat. The time came. "Now
I iirlP' jjpast" ler J'rojlier to her
one morning, as' he pickedsome
beautiful ones for her to eat
oift.canno eatTtlicseIushid she,
for they are ,the first ripe fruit."
"Well," ;said her brother, '.'all
t'j'mPH??soP'-?or;',UI5 making a
feast, for tliev are tEe' greater treat"
,.,jji,,J1"Xes:,but they:ai-c the. first ripe
fruit ' " 1 .-a
. "Well, what of that?"
"Dear Father told us that he used
the first out k)f all the
inpney he made, and then he always
felt happier in spending the rest:
and I wish to give God the first of
my strawberries too."
"Ah! but," said her brother,
"how can you give strawberries to
. ,God?' fAnd even if you, could he
woiildSnot care, for" tbem.'L
"O, I have found out a way," said
she. "Jesus said 'Inasmuch as ye
have done it unto one of the least of
these my brethern, 3-0 have done it
unto me, and .1 mean to go with
them to Mrs. Perkins' dying child,
who never sees a strawberry, they
are so poor."
Away went the children to give
r ,them-to-tlfe3yibg-chiId,and when
tuey saw her put out her thin arms
and take the ripe, round fruit iiTLtgr'
little slfriveiledj fingers, and when'
they saw her eyes glisten, and her
little faded lips smile, they felt as
if they had a far richer treat than
if they had kept the ripe fruit them
selves; and something within them
told them!Ithat God had accented
Two merchants of the same city,
being neighbors,and jealous of each
norjthbm) (entering into himself,
f submittca to the voice of Teligion,
which condemned his resentment!.
He consulted a pious persqpV.ili
whom he had great confidence, and
ll'n??!ro4j 'rt? -k'Y1! ,'f)v "l"5 should
manage 'to b'ring:about a reconcilia
tion. T "The, best means," answered he,
'lis vjhat 1 sjjallnow indicate to you.
Whenever any pcrsofT shall cuter
your shop in order to purchase, and
--.. l ...... "i! 'tll...:: ...ij'JI.liln
juu ikiu iiV". jijab7 (.Milf? 'luuijUjJ.flj-
ommend to them to go over to your
He did so. The other merchant
informed Jf the person .by
whom these purchasers came to him,
was so struck with the good ollices
begged his pardon, with tears in his
eves, for the hatred lie had enter-
pfa man whom he considered his
enemy.tliit heT-ejkircfl immediately
to, his.house" to thank him (firijli.
liim to admit him among the num
ber of hisbcst friends. His prayer
-was heard, and religion closely
if united those whom's6innterost and
"'"leu uiose wuom sc
The Poor Customer.
. bt,tilf-PxrJaaSi butter"
- '.'Half aipound,.sir.V
"And those orangps?"
"Half a dozen, sir."
"You go by halves to-day. Well,
what else? Be speedy, ma'am, you
"' are k'et'ping better icustomers wait-
"Half a peck 'of Indian meat, and
one French roll," said the woman1;
but her lip quivered, and she turned
to wipe away a.trickling tear. 4
1 looked at her -straw' bonnet, all
bYoken; at her" faded shdwl; h'cF
tliii)? stooped fonn, her coarse gar
ments; and I read poverty on all
extreme poverty. And the pallid,
' irutr ence 'beantiful face told me
tlialTlre liYxnties were not for her.
An invalid looked out from his
Tinrrnw window, whose Dale face
e Oidjfolrilreshfifiuigcs?! for whose
"comlbi-t theHea-nnd-flnc'FrenclL roll,
were boueht with much saenhee
And I saw. him sip the tca,and taste
thc.dainty bread, and praise tlie 11a
"Jvbr ot the" sweet butter, and , turn
witlf'briglitening eyes to the golden
fruit. And I 'heard hira ask''hcr,'
kneeling at the smoking hearth, to
taste them with him. And as shejt
set herproKen jjan on the edge to
bakeherxoarse loaf, I heard her
8ay:5"By?and-by7"when 1 am hun-
And, "by-andbv,' when the eyes
of the suffercrwere closed in sleep,
x Baw ner oenii, oyer mm, witn a
blessing iu her heart And she laid
the remnant of the feastr carefully
by and atc'her" bread unmoistened.
I startedjrom my reverie. The
grocer's Eard'cye was upon me.
HY611 areJiecpiBgbetter, ib'nstomers
waiting." ti.; ;
Oh, how I longed to tell him how
poverty and persecution, contempt
and scomj'could dim the heart's
fine gold purified by many a trial;
and. thatrwoman, .with her lit(le(
tvants' and holv sacrifice, was better
in'thesisiht of God than many
trumpet-tongUed l)ives, 'who gave
that he might be known to men.
The Poor Customer. Farm and Household.
Roots as Feed.
An i.nglish farmer puts in a
strong plea, for turnips, accounting
them considerablv sunerior j fori
milch cows to carrots or mangcVwilr-i
zels. The milk induced bv man
gels is large in supply but of poorer
quality and not nearly so produc
tive of cream as that'r'esulting from
the use of turnips, and the taint
given by the former roots is morel
oojectionauie anu less easy 10 ou
viatc or overcome' to a passable de
gree. In giving carrots to milch
cows, the only recommendation
they have is the absence of all, un
pleasant ttfste in the butter, as, the
milk is neither so rich as that ob
tained in turnip feeding.
To Purify a Room.
. -SotTa pitclicrbf. -water in a roonr
auu iu a lew nours il win uavu uu
sorbed all the respired gases in the
the room, the air of which will be
come purer, but the water perfectly1
Glthy. The colder the water is, the
greater the capacity to contain these
gases. .At ordinary temperature a
pail of. water will contain a pint of
carbonic acid gas and several pints
"of ammonia. The capacity is near
ly doubled b- reducing tlie water to
the temperature of ice. Hence, wa
ter kept in a room awhile is always
unfit for use For the same, reason
the water from a pump should al
ways bo pumped out . in the morning
ueiorc airy 01 it is useq. xmpnre
water isjnore injurious than impure
Brine for Keeping Butter
'.Slake a brine strong .enough to
bear an egg; tlien put in two hand
fu'ls of salt toeaeh gallon of' water.
Add half a pound of white sugarand.
twp.:teaspoon8fps of saltpetre.. Boil
well and skim until perfectly clear,
then strain six or.eight times. Al
ways keep a bag of salt in the
brine witli the butter. This is said
to preserve butter, for a j-ear or two.
In our own experience it has answer
ed perfectly will for a period of nine
mtnths"tir-as long as wanted. Be
sure" that the butter youvattempt to
put away is in the first instance-
fresh and well. made Wrap each
roll separately in a muslin cloth, ty-
mg up as j oil go. rack lueiu as
closely as you can in a large, empty
stone jar, until it is filled to within
a few inches of the top. Weigh" .tlie"
butter down with a clean stone or
something of the sort. Then pom
over the brine until the whhle"i
submerged. Tie up close, audlfie
butter wilt be just as goou wucn
wanted for use'as'whcn first put in
to the brine.
To Preserve Cider.
'A correspondent for whose opin
ion we have a very high respect,"
says the Y. World, "sendsiua a
communication in which he reconi;
mends the use of sulphite of lime as
a means of preventing the fermenta
tion of cider. This material is now
tiied, inilargeqiiaritities.b) brewers
sindialsoli.hv.; sifgqr anutieturers.
Cane juice properly treated with it
may be kent for months without in
jury, and may then be boiled with a
certainty of producing excellent su:
gar. Knowing these facts by pract
ical experience, we thought our-cor-rcspondent's
idea might be a good
one! HithefsHme linipWe'Jtobk the
'da'Jtion'to-'as a'argerlealer in
the bi-sulphatc and chemicals gener
ally, and were informed that the'ei
der manufacturers'woaldnot use it.
He further said, the process they
use is to let the cider ferment once,
so as to clear, then rack off, and in
to each cask or barrel they throw a
pcice: ,of fresliftraw beef: bv. this
system of' operation f) jthe, cidenlia
no't'ony'kep't sfre'et,1i)it'sIame think
it is improved. We know nothing'
of its value except that it is yery;
generally used by large cider mak
ers who have a high reputation for
the excellence of their product.
Viewing in a chemical light, we
soften the acidity and produce mcl
lownesss. while there are circum
stances under which the llmaiwglhS
unite with the acetic acid and pro
ducc acetate of lime, which, if, npt
possibty injurious, would not at all
add-to the flavor of the cider.
fi:, j illfij'i'; V7 '
r. .7. W. Hosmer of Janesville-
Wis., irivcs the following ascitis!
To prepare bees for wintering,1
take your strong swarms, as soon as
the great honey harvest is over, and
divide them into as many swarms as
iart of Jvorke'ril)cos. liGivc eaili
hive a queen, and then let tucm
stand .until cold weather comes.
Then examine, and sec that' each
3j!farnChts'ht least) ten pounds, of
noncyamr inncic-is moiu man a
quart of bees, take out of the frames
and gently shake 'oil the bees, lead
ing only one quart in the hivejofthe
youngest . Them set thpm ittfoJli
cKllaVjWherciitMB nejj'c,'q;dark, and
'so VaAii that" it wilt'-nbt freeze.
Closeall under ventilation and if the
American "frames arc usJd, leave all
of the mortises through the top.qp-
en ;j at Tin eicuw, i;"1;,""-" iu"
v'dnl at Ih'e 6p'dr'Uliel'liive. Now
you have "put them to bed" for the
inno- nicht.of winter. Do not dis
turb them from peaceful slumbers-
by goingllHOtUCir ueu ruoiu ivim u
light. If you. have not a cellar pre
pare them as described, with bot
tom closed and top open, and rest
ilii.m in .a ilrv ulacc close tojjrelheu.
Lay sticks or boards upon the lfircl
slanting. towards the ground; 4 hen1
cover Ihcm with straw oiie tooldecp
when pressed down, upon thisrftvii
er'ing place dir.t to. thc'.thieknc'srof-
six inchcsi'ahd smooth it down, let
ting it freeze. Last!-, cover it with,
litter tor keep the frost- in, and the
work is done.
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''Iff A3 -o ?ron?theVery best
REAPER, MOWERS, THRESHING MACHETES,
Hay Rake, Plows,
s- , Koan Y
tl nvumciui (Jarucutar utivuuuu ijii ikUiucitii iu iiii? i.vj1jioiu iti.ii xik. mun 1.11, uiu CtUBnLTIWf
by which a quick or slow motion is easily obtained by simply moving & lever. This lever is so arrangeil that the change can be in.nie by the
driver WIllLU THE MACHINE' I IN MOTION. Another advantage la this improvement is that the Cutter-bar can be elevated fioro tlx to
eiffht inches bjghetiian in a.ny other machine. There are many other improvemfiits to thi Ueapcraml Mower which aibi really to its fjood
qualities as i combined Machine which, it is not necessarr to enumerate. We invite farmers to call ami examine for themselves. 'Wt have
also made an improvement in the UUUof our IUi ltAKI- which we believe will make it superior to anj Kate now in use.
JTo.Machine of Inferior Quality is Permitted to Leave the Shopp
REPJA:fEIN& AND JOB WORK,
,Done on Short JTotice and Satisfaction Ouaranleed.'
,w-,w, Renfrew, sec'y. JOS. ADAMS, President,
for a JLarte anil Extensive
J - " Sinnmerof 1872.
WE AKE 3IANUFACTURING -
OF FARMING IMPLEMENTS,
material, and will keep constantly on hand a full supply of
Tlow 'Points, Corn
nws ana hnranftrs. Iarm lie is.
fact every kind of Jfachinery needed about
adc for the Spring and
Plows and Cultivators,
n. p. Mccormick:,
I Latest Styles
I ON HAND.
"I WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY. SPECTAILES, &C,
I SILVJEK. &. PLATED WARS,
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, Sec.
All JZJnil'of Repairing H'cathj Done.
THE E LCI M o
" " 3 ,"1
SPRING & SUMMER GOODS
E. NEGELSPACH, -
Has bought at the besttime-aAilllineof
DRY GOODS ADD NOTIONS
i MENLAND BOY'S
, HATS AND CAPS,
KNIT GOODS AND YAJINS,
Queensware & Groceries,
- ' Which Tie oCTers for
Casli and Tradev!,-
;rif ase ca and ciamlne.il flattermysclf that
I am oQcf Ton the eheaneststock of coods ever
ln'MlllerSl)urg. " " ' -
l pay as gooa a price lor pruuuee, iu cbsii
brtralel'a the market will allow.
This Cut illustrates the manner o
Fountain Nasal Injector,'
Tils Inttromeiit. lis eJMCiiilT'dcshnied far thft
h berlect application of . i
DR. SAGE'S CATARRH REMEDY O
It Is the only form of Instrument yet Invented
with which fluid medicine can be carried high vjx
and perfectly applied to all parts of the affected lin
eal passages, and the chambers or cavities com
rannicatinz therewith, in which eorcs and niters
frqdehtl eiini, and froliVhich the catarrhal dis-
vuaixcKeiierauy prveccaf. iuo wani oi bhcccfs
in treating Catarrh heretofore has arisen largely
trom the impossibility of applying remedies to
these cavities and chambers by any of the oral"
nary methods. This obstacla in tho way of ef
fecting enres is entirely overcome by the invention
of the Donchc." I& niuiif this instrument: ihtt Fluid
is-carried frjrits owrMiMBM, (no tnulflng, forcing cr
uumpiDy ueinj icuirEu,; uji uuo uufuu in a mil
gently flowing stream to the highest portion of tho
nasal passages, passes Into aha thoronghljclcims
cs all the tubes and chambers connected therewith,
r.nd flows out of theoDDOSite noitriL Itsusc is Dlcas-
aut; and bd stmplo thstra child can nnden-tand
Jt. ;FnlItftiid explicit directions ac-
'company each lntrnmcnt "VVhrn nscd with this
msirumcni, ur. cage's uaiarrn iicmroy enrcs re
cent attacks of Cold iu tho Head." by
a few applications.
Symptom! of Catarrh. Frequent head,
ache, discharge falling into throat, eomctlmcs pro
fuse, watery, thick muens, pnrult'ntoflcncive, fec
In others a drynesn, dry, watery, weak or inflamed
ec. stoppingup orobstruction of nasol pasfneep,
ringing in cr$t deafness, hawking and conrhing
to clear throat, ulcerations, Fcabs from nicer?,
Voice altered, nasal twang, oQcucivo brrnth. Im
paired or total deprivation ,of renso of smell and
taste, dizziness, mental depression, Iom of appe
tite. Indigestion, enlarged tonsils, tickling cough,
&C. Onlva few of these fvmntoma nrn lilulv tn
i, be present in any case at one time.
pfqd with JpjV.Plcrce'fl Nnnl Douche,
and accompanied with tho confutations!, treat
ment which is recommended In tho pamphlet
thatwraDS each hottte of Ihn Itpmrrtv. I a ror.
epeclflc Ibr'tUr lnntfame', disease, and tho
l..imHniftr n(Tpr In irfwl faith Q tHil MvavH
for a case he can not core. The Remedy la xnild
finapicasiuii iuuw;.! uutuiningno sirongoccuanuc
drags or poisons. The Catarrh nemedy is sold at
DlhlEL FEENOn, IIOSiCE KEED
II. II. McCfLLOCn.
NEW JBRMQEMT !
Lumber Tard I
Have completed their arrangements and have
1 fcT iiowJiLfullpjmthithe,ir
PLAUilTG MILL I
And will keep Convtantly on baud every de
Consisting in part of
Lumber, Timber, Battens,
Siding, Lath, Shingles,
Moulding & Flooring,
Surfaced & Match
Doors and Blinds,
Balusters, Newell Posts,
Railings, Sash, etc., etc.
JgS5fSm-fjicins and Matching dor.c to order
on Miori notice.
JluHderi Farmers, andf other? in want of
lowest prices, give u a can.
Office and Yard West End of JInin Street,
near the Hridge.
French, Reed &. McCulloch.
MnieRbiii3rpMjrdj.&'iep. m sctf
IWOULIJ respectfully annnimco to tho jMr -lie
that I lun iireji.-trcil to nil. all onlei iur
Ladies' & GcnllcBieii'.s
In the bebt atnl uio.t niprtTCl btjle.
I Kecj none the Jlet Workmen
and Warrants All my. Work.
Repairing Dono in Superior
Oil, See! Just,See!
In New and Beautiful Cases.
fpUHS Celelirated Inslrnment combine more
JL iierftctioa tli.-m any other Ileeil Instru
ment iuiue inurkei, leuuing irom
Tlie Patent Knee Swell,
The Patent Organ Bello'ws,
The Patent Vox Jubilante, " ''
Tlie Patent Vox Humana Tremolo
These Jiniirovcnuiits lclon-cxcliisivelv to'
the KSTKV OKOAN, which lor snect, lull.
rouuu. syui:itlictic anil powcrim tonosni'lKiss
SeuU for Catalogues.
Agent for Holmes anl Ashlaml Conntieb.f
TXTOULD respectfully announce to Ihcciti-,
that he is prepared to tlo all work in his line
and guarantee sati-tiattion.
Harness Made to Order.
He lias the iigl;t lor lhi' rountv for-tho
PONS' I'ATKNT TUG JSL'CKLK, which is fu-j
penor to all otuei.
jR-None but the best workmen craploycd,
E. H. STRUBBE.
Berlin. O.,Anc.0.3S7i.; , IK"
Notice to Teachers.
aIIE lKiA TXAMIXATIOX,F TEVCH-'
ersof Holme- i'untr, ., will I.ftheldat
hcliofd IIOU.-.U, lEoom .No. 7, i:i ilillenbur, on
5AT01tUA V, ' '
HUGLal21it; . i ,
ftElTEillti:!;, Hth andSS; x
In adiiition to tlie .above, examination'! will
beheld in AVcinhburg. September, Tlh:'X(rsh
ville. Sept. aistXnpolcoiC t let. 19th.
tf'ihesO Kxamiiuitions wilLopen at 9;
o'clock, A. 31 , and clo-e at 3 wVluck 1. .M . The
clai nill not bcojien for aluiisioti f appli
cants alter 10 o'clock. The Hoard hntMlone
away u'ith tlie practico of autedating .certUV-
.itn; Vnnni. Illtlf Wtni 1 wtM t.l t ! ?( li
school till alter oblai riJti'g a certificate f romlhe
llourdof ftchfdl Kvamiher. 'It N rcjuiral by,
l lie terms ot thcsrnoorinw, tuat cverv leacner
nu:s.t hequatiliedbi teacb.Orthrtjgraphjslipnd-ing;AVritin,AritlmieUir,Ocogi-aphyapdhng-liah
(iraminar. and poe-s an adequate
LnovledijoC.Tht'ory and l'ractice of Teach
' 5oattcntiWiiviirbegTientbf lr
moral chamrtLT.'slirneabvat U'iist tvo-reiKn-
.iblc persons, will be "required of each cnndii
MIC, i.IlCSC-llttilll'illUlS 1UU31 UK I'lit-'U ill il
ata;n;cd envehie, iin-falcd, and addicted
with the hninp'and imht-oHifC of the ramlid.itP
and Di-teoiiteilnn tliedarof exno.iiintiou. CVr-
tiiicatt's will be f ,fnr grade-, to-it;, L
-Months ,Thc1o Mouths, ilifibteen'aionih,
Twciit-runr Mohth. Cprtiiuitte- r rl
21ontlHbcinr iveiy lw grndb and trial certiii
t:itp niftf t.ii U.no'l ji ttn-nnil tiinn tit Lhc -illiu'
applicant, if circum-Um-ni rt'uire. A fee of
Jiv4dder of lh Hoard, . ,
JKWi9 A. j;uKisJU'iVLicr.
T 1 l .
, Lj .in
in. n i
UKNBV nr-BIERO ' ''1 lllBAtDWINHERZIB,
..: . 1 -In -I...- ' -''
Produce, aijd ommissfoii ,5lcri-!iant,
. SEALERS IS i
FlourjiCrain and Mill Stuffs,
-111. .i! .i.l '111- ' .
SALT, risir! l - . . ,
r Anil Purchaser of
' woou ibie i'kuit,
HUTTKli, KgtiS.AC. . i- I
At tho Rs-Wafcs,
- - Ohio.
IRON CLAD PAINT !
Iron Clad Paint Company,
Thii Conmiiiv is turner of and manufactures
under m UryeiiTs K-vvr-U patents, and is tho
only company in the world ,tliat makes Taint
irom puru, n.irj, i.ac superior iron jn; sucu
as is used in lainaces for.makiue Tiff Iron
Themot ccouomil, most Virc Proof, most
xvater T"101". moat imUlc and lIost'lTteiul
i'juut Alade. . ow
Hall's Pal Mai Gloves.
The cry let thing ever indented for'Husk
iX turn. They xirc univcisal satisfaction.
A mail ran husk tunu, unc-thim tooae-halr
laMer with thet-u iTie-abolbtely prevent
sore or cold hand.-. Tbo HAl-K-GI-oVliS rov
er the parts or the hai-d which uMiallv become
sore. Price 5I.S5. The I'tlLIj GLOVKS are
made of heft tanned calf and buck-skin. Price
20. llo'h atileshave claws attached, and
arc male to three izes. largc medium and
Mnall, 1'or both rilit handed and left handed
ieroi!s. Mnt 1 1 re-1 i.i i,1 on vecemt of urice.
lr sale bv dealer generally. Address II ALU
riUSlCINO CLOVi: CU.,143 South Cliutoe&U
Line po, iu.
Pat. EsversibleBoot Heels.
leract the ex pen -Ire aud annoying habit of
ntnniniriiie iicpm uown. 'iney cu uc aiiacii
ed to nnv boots or shoui-. nt-u or old. whether
worn by 'men, wonteti or" children. By their
use tii heel are kept straight, the ankles
strengthened, repairs aved, neatues secured
anddurabilityof lAots greatly increased. Try
a iwtir. and vott will never do without them.
Maaufacttued solely by the Ucversible lioot-
neei lo oi iTOvmcnce, i anu lursaie oy
coe cieaiers generally.
For the treatment of Chronic anil Female Dis
eases, Is at Blatifcoelil. Uhlo.- neml lor circular.
KfJAA Asents -Wauled. Samples sent free
Uowo hvmnU, with terms 10 clear frnm5
to $10perdav.Tn-o entii-elmew articles, sale
ahle as flour.' Address N. II. WHITE, Xcw
ark, .V. J.
Cure for Intempsrance.
Dr. Henry Holland's Inebriate Powders will
(urn DnmLennifss iinil nil lore or desire for In
toxicating liquors. Can hr administered, if
nccesarvtwuiiout tnc knowicnge 01 mo per
$oninaf winc.tea.ior nnv otlier beverace.
Sent by mail or express, to any part of the
TT i Ct-ito; 1 1 Tin n i-pj ffinfrtf Virfp rip " l!ftv.
fl. Priwcipaldepot, 3 Front sL, Xcw York,
ami ioraieuy an druggists. .
c. vEAzrn & co.
AGKXTSAVantci). Agents make more mon
ry at work iin- us' than at anything else
lCii.irin" 1 irrlit nnd iennanent. Particular-
free, (i Stissox &C'0., fine Art.MuMUkert,
Caps, Capes and
3cnd forlllustrateil Orr
cuiar t'rice l.ic.
Cunningham & Hilt,
SOI Church Street, Philadelphia.
G11AR3) RUSH !
Old and DR-eliable
NO. 2 COMiVIERCIAL BLOCK,
rjlli: indeftignc; uow offering to the pub'
"EXTENSION," for Vood,
"INLAND, EMPIRE-;" Coal,
And1 all ths'differentjstjles of
.:ir . i , . .
Athe lowest Iltrnj; rates. Also, deals in
Crates. Hollow Ware.
L ,.. Union Churn, bestmade.
into' - .
Cutlery,' Cofrperware, Tinware,
We mannfaeturc COITEU KETTLES, which
we sen ai iiw r igni es.
Job "ork and Repairing !
JCcatlydonepnishort notice. We do
SPOUTING Nb .ROOFINC!
Anir guarantee 'a satlsfartory Job cve;. time.
bawroomi o. a. commercial uiock. iuiiieis-
t-- ., . , . , i , , i u.
: .i i . ,
;l Yost Liberty Street,
ii ' ,!
. i . i"
Larpst, BesKani Cheapest
Furniture establishment, in this section of tlie
.tato. Their ?tock i in endues variety, ami,
fit wnt)iiftttiif need vFuniiture' to call lejort
'Manufacture All Their
Own ,m iirniture,
And'MlAJinANT every piece Their assort
ment is complete, fiom the cominonet to the
vnrvt fluest. i'urnUure made lo order, if de
All they SK l a trial, feeling conn dent or
ghing entire Ratis-nirtion.
! .Jf )ou want ituythiug in tthu Furnlturoline,
jou cau'get it at rcasonabi'c figures, at
1 spear & SONS,
itf , WOOSTEU, O.
failles rUltlnK ClcvelamlMlll (lnd it to their
intwt fO'rall and ("tninlne'tlie Iliiritaln In
t-mtNlTtllM:. sold nl Wliolrsaluniid l.'ctall.at
the New Furiiitu-iu.llopnt, 10, la and St) U'ihhI
I.U11I Arenue, Corner ot Kaile Street and Ci'ii-
Mill TINKER BROS. & CO.
3s jj Q
The Largest Retail Furniture Establish
ment in the United States.
A. S. HERENDEN & CO.,
114 &. 116 Bank St.,
J. KP.AUSS CO.'S
Ml Firilsli Use,
No. 120, 122 & 124 Ontario St.,
Importers and Dealers in
Window Shades, Cornices, Laco and
Also, Manufacturers &. Dealers in all kinds of
jLoolcing: Glasses I
The onlt1 establishment ret of Xcr York
where a complete outilt cap beobt-iined In fur
nishing a liit-elass residence, fiom the attic
JB".ll Goxxls sold at Importers and Man
ufacturers Trices. 5m2
CbnM Wlnflow Glass Co.
30 and 32 Champlain Street,
( Dealers in
English ct French Plate Glas.
Enijlisli &Frenclt Window Glass.
Englisli &FrencJi Picture' Glass.
American Window Glass.
Heavy SkyliyJtt. Glass.
Car, Carriage and Show-Case
J fS 5
Special Estimates ma le for Builders and Ar-
Odd Sizes Cut to Order
We are just teccivins a tarse and well as
suit E W. PALMER, Sec'y.
TEN REASONS WHY
Wafymily should he wrAdttt tt'hottleef
I St. It will relieve the worst case of BiliOUS
Choi le or Chnlnrn Morbus m'ie minutes.
2d It will cure the most cbstinate case of
Dyspepsia and In digestion m a lew
3d It U the best remedv in the world for
Sick Headache as thousands can testify, if
lajcenwnen ttre nrst symptoms eppear,
4th It is 'the best diuretic oer put before
the public; curing those distressing complaints.
uiaoeiea ana -rave i ana otner urinary
5th It h a most excellent Em men a
gogue, arid to the Youngs Clrls. middle
aged Women, and at the Turn of Life, this
remedy is 01 incalculable aiue.i
6th It will remove u ind from the boweb:.
and hence a few drops in some sweetened water
given to a babe is better than a dorfen cordials to
Relieve and make1 it Sleep. Contain.
7th It ii a sure relief for adnlts and children
affected with Worms and Pin Worms.
JtwPI bring-away the vrortns.
8th- It will cure the Piles and Hemor
pth. Itwill cure Co n st I pa t Ion and keep
the bowu reguur. it uyl Uo cure tee worst case
pfSumrrj-e rComplalnt and Dysentery
10th. It will cure Eour Stomacht
Stimulate tho' Liver to healthy action;
Rellevei He a tt-Curn and act as a general
Reeuiator of the syem.
When taLen dilute the o&e with Sucarand
Water to a Win e-Clasc full and you
nivea pieasani ionic
Whittlesey Dysyepsia Cure) r co per hottle.
Wltittlescy Ague Cure 50c. per Lottie.
Whittlesey Cough Granules 25c. pr bottle..
SoU by all druggUts and warrantod.
'"nlttles?7 Prop. Ecd. To., Toledo,
For sale by-W. IS. YECGIX, Mlllcrdiiirff, .0
.lX styles of
can be ijouRht cii ka ri:ii 01
evrrv div. than of asvose who publishes to
at raeiory list price- jijuu wnni a
ir- rci -vrtLy tm -
lo aother are doing, prove 1h tkutu of this
aHcitton uy trying- 1 on notiui s-ee ins
"Wq-w Si 00k I
Generally, ititMltft ever sbonvn In-MIllcrs
Imrj;. Vou can't f.til to oIimtvb thtff
plai'C, rorhdmplinV lUKits
' 'all round the door jti$ tea t
.of 1 he, place where) yt want to buy
Watches' and Jewelry.!
Which for tjle and l eauty are rot a whit he
IS' O .A.-.15.
nfMIK uiulorliRnoil will write wllh neatness,
X .tcciirafyaiul dispatch.
Powers of Attorney, Lions, and
Wills, , :
I'Uko acknowledgments of tlio same;
'Protests Notes, Drafts and Mills of
3I.tlcoit I'artlnl ami Final .rronn.t for
imm.irat(r. !5ecurornnM i.uanuau,
for Clinsaml H'ttlins etatcj In
' ' tho l'rohilto (AMirt.
V.. or. ETlTiTi, Notary Public,
Ofllcoover I.ong,ltrown & Cos Haul, Sllllers-
Ayer's Ague Cure,
For Feve? and A&ne, Intermittent Fe
ver, Chill Fever; Remittent Fever,
Dumb Ague, Periodical or Bilious Fe
ver, &c., ana indeed all tho -affections
'which arise irom rani a: nous, miLyBiij or
Tjaiaamatio poisons. f
-tb Xo One remedy ia loader
H called forbytbe necessities
of the American people than
H v . a sure and safe cure for
-ML J Feverund AffUP. Sach
J we are now enabled to offer,
with a perfect certainty that
it will eradicate the disease, and with assur
ance, founded on proof, that1 no- harm can
.arise from its nselin any quantity
That Which protects from or prevents this
disorder must be' of Immense service in 'the
communities where it prevails. Prevention
U better than cure; for the patient escapes the
risk which he must run in, violent attacks'of
thU baleful distemper. This "Cure" expels
the miasmatic poison of, Fever and Ague
from the system, and prevents the develop
ment of Che disease, .if taken on the first
approach of its premonitory symptoms. A
great superiority of this remedy over any
other ever discovered for the speedy and cer
tain cure of Intcrmittents is, that it contains
no Quinine or mineral ; consequently it pro
duces no quinism or other injurious effects
whatever upon tho constitution. Those cured
by it are left as healthy as if they had never
had the disease.
Jfcver and Agntt is not alone the con
sequence of the miasmatic poison. A great
variety of disorders arise from ' its irritation,
among which are TTcnralgia, Bhenma
tlitni, Gout,. Xcaitacae, Blind et
Xoothacli ri Earache, Catarrb, Aath
sua Palpitation, lalnfl Affect I on
of the Spleen, Hysteric, Pain In the
Boweb, Colic, Faralyali, and derange-'
ment of the Stomach, all of which, when
originating In this cause, 4ut on the inter
mittent type, or become periodical. ThU
"Cur e" expels the poison from tho blood,
and consequently cures them all alike. Jt is
an invaluable protection to Immigrants and
persons travelling or temporarily residing in
the' malarious 'districts, "ir taken occasion
ally or daily while exposed to the infection,
that will be excreted fiom the system, and
cannot accumulate in sufficient quantity to
ripen into disease. Hence it is even more
valuable for protection than cure; and few
will "ever suffer from ,Intermittents if they
avail themselves 'of the protection this rem
For1-liver Complaints, arising from torpid
Itr of the Uver, it is an excellent remedy,
stimulating the Liver into healthy' activity,
and producing many truly remarkable cures,
where other medicines fail.
Dr. J. C. AYE II is C'O Irfiwell, -Mass.,
1'ractical and Analytical Chemists,
AND SOLD ALL ROUND .THE WORLD.
Is widely known
as one of the most
dies orer discov
ered for cleans
ling the system
and purifying the
blood, it ha3
stood the test of
years, with a constantly-
reputation, based on its intrinsic virtues,
and sustained by its remarkable cures.
So mild as to be safe and beneficial to
children, 'and yet so searching as to'
effectually purge out the great corrup
tions, of the blood,, such, as the scrof
ulous and syphilitic .contamination.
Impurities or diseases that haye lurked
in the system for years soon, yield to
this powerful antidote, and disappear.
Hence its wonderful cures, many- of
which are publicly known, of Scrofula,
and all scrofulous diseases. Ulcers,
Eruptions, and eruptive disorders of
the 6kin,TiUJJors, Blotches; Bolls,
Pimples, Pustnles, Sore St.
Anthony's Tire, Rose or Erj
sipelas. Tetter, Salt Khenin,
Scald Hcad. Itinfnvorin; and In
ternal Ulcerations of the Uterus,
Stomach, and Iiiver. It also cures
other.complaints, to which it would not
seem esneeiallv- ndabtcd. such as Drop
sy, Dyspepsia,' Fits, Xeuralfria,
Heart uiscase, i emaie wcaic
ness, Debility, and Leucbrrhcea,
when they are manifestations of the
It is an excellent restorer1 of health
and strength in the Spring. By renew-,
ing tho appetite and vigor of the digest
tive organs, it dissipates the depression
an&n5tIes3Tanruor of the season.
Even where no disorder appears, people
feel better; and livo longer, for cleanstm
the blood. The system moves on with.
renewed vigor and a new tease ot iuo,
Dr. J. C. AYER 4 CO., Lowell, Mass.
Practical and. Analytical Chemists.
SOLD BT AIL DHUOOISTS EVERTWnEKE.
3. Walkkk, rroprUtor. IL II. 1cDok4ll Co., UrafflaM 1
MILLIONS Hear Testimony to iheli
Wonderful Cntnilvo EO'ecia.
They are notaTilo Fancy Drink. Made of Pool
Run, Whiskey, Vrool", Spirits nod Jlctaue
IjIqUorv doctoret), ftcej bd awectenctl to please tU
taste, colled "TonlaV "Amettew," 'Kestorera,"
ttyit 1et tile tippler on to'drtir)bencs.4 find rnlrubu arj
H tine Ucd jcincmaile trom tHc Nativo Ilrxrts aiTd llerbr
of CuJifurTiIa.rrco.frimnlI Alcoholic lSlf
Imits. They are toe G It E A T Itl.OOIl Will
FIEIlnnd A 11 FK ;iVIN(J lRIN'CIl'I.l
A perfect ncnovalor and nylorntor ot the E;eaf
cap-ylnnoff oil joiAonousraattrrmxl restoring thebtooc
to n healthy coiiUttion. Nq pcrsoican tate these Bill
tcrs nccordinctodirectloiis and rrmain lonj; navel)
proTldctl their tones are not destroyed by mliieri
folon or 6tlicr moon's and the ttal orjn wasted
beyond too point of repair.
Tiicy nro a Centl,rprsallve as well tin 0
Tonic poRSMvjiip;, also, the peculiar merit of ctln
as apoveiful aeiit In rclicviriKOiigetionorInnan
matlon ot the liter, and all the Visceral Organ
FOR. FEMALE COMPLAINTS. lnvonncl
ojd,iTiarri0d orstirKlc'.iu (he dawn of u-omiithood ortj
ine 1 urn 01 ine. uicse j onto tsiiicni nave no cqnai.
For InOnmmntorynnd Chronic It hen ma
llMtn nnu (iont. Jypcpcini or inuiffeatioiii
illllwtfn, IiFHilucpt npd IulrrmUlrut I'm
vera, DUrnsen or ihn lilood, Liver, KM
neya n'ntl IIIadder these lItteralaavelccnmont
sucopfufuL, Such DUensesnrociirisedhy VlllUletl
ltloo4 which isfienerally prodncril ly deranrenienl
01 me LMKrniiTC wrcnni.
Had Taste In the HooQk JUlfow Attacks l'rptttUsn c)
Ilia Heart. laOammatloo of the Lunc Pain. In thare
clotm of the fvf Jnejs. and a hundred other rainfal sjva
, Tlicj lnvlrorate tb Stotaachoadatlmalatethatorfkl
ureraaa bowcis. naicu reader them, or nnnai w
efScncr in elcafulas the L"lood of all tinpnnttef,a4 f m
partjn'nev lire and rijor to the nuoIearacrt'
FOR SKIN DISEASES, -ruptlonaTetter.fiaU
qm, BJoJchci. Spots, rimplea, Tastalea, Boilj, Car
iMinclo. Klo.orma.i?caUllQa.l.Sore trt, rni9C
aa.Iteheurt.troktntii)Birisntii. n t
I Ueratlr dnc rrp (uM mrrie-l out of the inten in a khort
tire BffeetB UiVUl1 juotmuious oi uief cur
Cleanse tho Vitiated Dlood irhenever Ton CnJ It lm.
pnritlcs huratlni throuchthe VIn la lmples, Ernp
lions or cores ; cicaoao 1; vhto you find It obstructed
andIoesih la the vchu;clann It trhen.lt Is fonL
and rourfeellnjs will tellyoawhw. Keep tho Ikd
pure, ana ine health of the rstemvlll follow.
rln, Tnpc, and oilier Worms, lurklnr tn the
prstcm of so many thousands, arc effectually destroyed
ana rtmovw. ys a dUtlnruUnod phrstoloeht.
tlier U inrrn v mi tndin.lual unn- tl.rMlrflhi
cetth whose body la exempt from the prvnenee of
jrortn. It w not upon the healthy element of Ut
body that wornn eiUt. Vnt npou thi diseased hnniort
and sltniT depfislti that treed these llrtnx oieasters f
disease. Ao System M sledlciee. no vermlfajteV no
anthelmintics will free tho eratm from worms like
WALKEU. Proprietor. R. H. McDOVAU) CO,
Drul9ts and en. ArtnK San Frairfiwo. Califorala,
and 3J and 3) Co mm we Street. New York,
KTSULD UY AW PRVVQIST? ASO JJEAWCW
HENRY HATTERSLEY, .
Bun Manufacturer !
And Importer and Dealer in
FIro Arrns, Fishing Tackle, Skates,
pockot cutlery, &c.
102 Superior St - .Clqvclantl, 0,
Cml Uejiah'tug Neatly Executed
iiinfcO per day l Agents wanted! Allclas-5UIV-Vespf
work mg peopia,ol either sev.
ruung or out, mace more money at worK torus
u theiruammomcnta. or all the time, than at
anything cle. rarticufar frt,e. Address G.
uumu it co., loruanu, jie. oyi
For -Cough3, Colds A. Hoarseness.
Thtoe Tablets present the Ada In romMn.
tion with other efficient remedies, in a popular
luiui, luruivcurevi iui luiuai ana .unf (US-
iloarscncs and Ulceration of theThnut an
iinmedlatelv relieved, and statement art. mn.
stantly twinsf sent to the proprietor of relief in
cases of Throat difficulties or years standing.
I'llifiAn "wai oe ueceivea oy worxmess
WdUUOH. imitations. Get onlv Walls' Car-
tiio i HUiets. l-rice a cents per Box. JOI1X
Q. KELLOGG, Flatr St Kew Yorr. Send for
S250 amMPTLM? mailc with stea
Srt Siii!S25tsrH!,eek uies- Secure Circular
andbaaiplas Ftei; S.M.i,ucncer.I!ralhiS.
151 ia? d,ly ? SCttJsWIncampafgn badges,
tpiwforlailifciaoajrcnts as breast ana scarf
piiw yroMplatcU with photons of President
Candidates, tianiplc mailed free for SO cents.
ilkirant Uedre Jt 1 ulatedlSc bamntelatMt
styles Woddiiis cards. Kotes, Ac. 5i5c. ADxh-
a k est, .engraver. io liroao waj , 3. 1 .
Bare Chance for Agents,
AUfcATp, we win pay you fVJ per week In
Cashi iryou wiU'engagewilh us at once. Er
erythinfr.furnUhed. .and expenses pahL Ad
dress, p. a. ELLS &'Co3gttoy
fro THE WORKING CLASS, male or
JL female. J6J a week guaranteed. Respect
able employment at borne, day or evening, no
capital required; full Instruction and valna
ble package of goods to start with sent free bj
mail. Adilress, with 6 recti. return stamp.
M. CO.. 16 ConrtlandfSt.y Y
FREE -TO BOOK AGENTS.
fciegaruiy tsouna uanvassins book
furtbo best and cheapo t Family .bible ever
puhlMicd. will be sent free-of charge to any
book Agent. It contain, nearly COUflne Script
urc illustrations, and agents are meeting with
unprecedented success). Address, stating ex
perience, etc. ami we will show you what our
agenfcf are doing; National Publishing Co,
Chicago 111; Cincinnati, U- or, hi. Louis. Mo,
Agents to the Rescue !
Scatter truths among the people. Richardson's
Personal History of Grant tells more truth
about the man than all the papers tn the world.
IT jou want to know ir Grant is a thief, liar or
drundartl read this book. Agents can make
targe wages lor ine nexi iew montns, veiling It,
as it wanteb, and we give overwhelming com-
Address American Fitblisbxm Co. -ffart.
ford,Ct.orV. K.UL'33 A COToredo.O.
AG33irXS ,TCA?;TD frihu-.
WILSOIT BEOWIT KSfi?
cwool si parties. Over 40 Stool Portrait
worth twice the "cost of the book. Wanted
everywhere. Agents have wonderful success.
Send for Circular. Address Ziegler & Ifc
Cunly, 139 Itace Street, Clncfnnati, J.
Ti iAfi CE L tis'
JJ. , SSJT A ST ff Jf A REMEDY,
.For the cure of A STUM A,N ASA L CAT SB II
and CUO UP 7aving struggled twenty years
betweeu life and death with-isthma, orThthl
xtc,I experrimcnted on mvself by 'com pound-,
ing roots, and herbs, and inhaling the medietas
thus obtained 1 fortunately discovered a most
womterful remedy and sure cure for Asthma Jt
its kindred disease Warranted to relieve the
most Ktnbbora cases of Asthma or Phthisic In
flveminutes, o the patient, can. breathe easy,
orlie down to rest or sleep comfortablv ny
person not fully satisfied after using Kthe con
contents of a package can return the remain,
ing i to the proprietor, and the money will bo
retniide&by the-return mall Sent by mail to
any address within-tbo fJuited States, on re
ceipt or $1 23" Jlddrfos I-I1NGELI, Apple
Creek; , Wayne Cov Ohio, Isrentor and Sole
Proprietor Sold by Druggist Patented
XHOMS O IV'S
Xb Corset has ever en.
oyed such a world-wide
;jueiiemami lor mem
A PERFECT FIT.
S il.l bf.all i'irst-Clasj Dealen
It is not a physic which may give temporary
rcliefto tbesaffert?rfQr the lew doses, but
whlclj, from continued ne, brings Tiles anq
kiudred disease ip aid in weakening the in
valid nor is.it a doctoied liquor, which, under
the popular uaineofMiiitterfc" I so extensively
palmed oHon the public as sorereitrn remedies
but it U a most powqrful Tonic AltrratiTe,pro.
nonnceduby the leadingmedieaf authorities
of London and liris, and has been long u&ed by
the regular physicians of other countries with
wonderful remedial results.
Dr. Well's Extract Jrti
Coataiui all the metllciQ&l vjrtvei pec'nliar ia
tlie plant, and uiu$f le ttea a. a permanent
curative agen '
Is there want of action In your Liver
or&ptceu? Unlesrelievtnlatiio tnejlood
l)ec4mes impure lorrieleierioossecretions. pro
ducing scrofnlou or gUn ilijeases, blotcnei,
felons; potQles,tan&crt pimples. Ac.
Take Jurubeba to cleanse, purify and re
store the vitiated mood to healthy action.
liave you a Dyspeptic Stomach I
Unless ingestion li promptly" aided thejys
tcra. is delulttated Willi loss of vital force, pov
erty orthe blood, 'Ui-opsical tendency, "renertl
weakness or I.asiUuue-
Take it to assist Digestion without reaction.
It will impart youthful vigur to the weary suf
ferer. ' Have, ypu Weakness of the Intes
tines 1 ou are iu danger uf Chronic Diar
riiea or the dreadful inflauimatioa of the Bow
els. Take It t allay Irritation and ward off ten
Have you weakness of the Uterine
or U nirary Organs I.
Tou mut procure Instant relief, oryouart
liable to suQerlng worse than death.
Take it to strengthen orxaajo weakness or
life becomes a hurdeu.
' Finally itshouhl be frequently taken to keep
the system in perfect health oivou are other
wbe in great danger of malarial or miasmatlo
or contasrions dicaes.
JOirX Q.KELLOUG;iS PlatlSt;Xewyork,
Me agent for the United States.
frfec Qne,Toar yerpotUe. Send for qrcnjaf
V ci e' v,
ft las Howe" Macis
O VBB OTHERS?
1st. The public know it to h durable. A
coucInive rvidene Is, twenty years have not
placet I Kcctind-haiid "Uowx" machines in the
market. It cannot U? said ofanV other ma
chine. 2nd. It contains Jhe material for Its own
3rd.-rlt.has less wearinir nolnta than anr
other. ' " '
th.-It draws up a stitch at joaTdo by hand;
Others To not. ,
Sth.You have perfect control over both
threads;: pthcr.hae, not.
6th. It glieo3" thread In proportion to tbo
thickness of fabric' ewiL therebr avohllnr
Iow uiotlon over ams 1 rapping titches and
breaking of needles a creat oblection to all
Tth. Ittw a tigbtscam la CAwimercbury
Iut the thread tm either Itlelanil theff a tlsua
cruer w.itlioitt riiacotreiuhvi.
Slh ,1 be. tireker (uot is easily wung out of
the way when you -ct a ttcedle or put under
it is uot u wiui any muer.
thelrYiae and fall their machines ouce popu
lar now .scarcely known others, have made
rsdlvatt-hangck In .onler to exist; while the
Hone Alacbitio CoiUDanr have adhered to thi
opinion ol"tlia. How eMaterof Mechanics
(inent-4cnine is mectiauicniiy tiorrect, uoes
not change"), IjujU aidltiqn alter addition to
their factory, and to-day cannot supply the
demand, although turuiug out six hundred
machines a day--us t one machine a miQvtt?,
H. MENUEZ, Agent.
tlotrnT C I.XiL Joas T-iliiwiLL.
R. C. & J. T. MAXWELL,
MAIN STE.EE1 ,