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gjolmcg grotty - SUkw9
of the W. F. M. Society
Mr Christie? Sisters: One
ear since we met together, a
little band, at the house of our
a l"wlr A We. 0
paStOr tO Organize a umau o
Foreifim Missionary Society. Mrs.
Rev. .Cunningham, who is one of
the officers ot the Philadelphia
Society, was with us, to aid in
this our first effort. We then
. stood on the hither shore of an
untried sea. Most of, us felt that
we were taiing uncertain steps
in the dark.
We are always more fearful of
the untried, because we imagine
many more difficulties and dan
gers thau are real.' In looking
narrowly before us we see the
lions in the way; but if we keep
the path we shall . always .find
.they are chained,' and I believe
this hat been the experience of
; eaen one or us. : r ; 4
" "And now, at the close ' of the
year, our little band has increas
ed to sixty -five, and we look for
ward confidently to an increase
during the present year, which
shall! include every sister in our
, At our first meeting the amount
we were to pledge was proposed.
Some brave heart said let it be
$250- Let as support a mission
ary in Africa and it was cheer
luuy - responded to. uoma we
s then have seen each othersliearts
I doubt not we should have read
misgivings in more than ona
-that we might not be able to do
so much. But we have been tru
er to our hearts than to our fears.
We have not only forwarded the
full amount pledged to Foreign
Missions; but we have, also, sent
a box to one of our Home Mission
aries in the far west, valued at
1 $110, and one of onr ladies sop
ports a boy in one of the schools
at baboon by giving $30, yearly-
Now, my Sisters, let ns be of
good courage. This is but one
cluster of the grapes ofEchoi
Those who went out to view the
land tell us it is a good land. Let
us go up and possess it,
Our Missionary, Mrs.Hendricks
is now on her way to Africa. Let
each one of us remember her in
ouruaiiy prayer. Our money
is not all we must give to the
Master. -r -
"He who gives himself with
his alms feeds three, himself.
his famishing neighbor and me."
(Jurist the Lord.
We have given this Missionary
to the Lord. At our hands he
will require her. This will be
very pleasant labor, if we do it
in the same spirit, of love that
brought Jesus from Heaven to
save us. He for our sakes became
poor. Let as, then, not stow
weary in well doing: for, in due
season, we shall reap if we faint
not. is it wui not seem tiresome
I would like to give you an out
line of what has been done in
Wooster Presbytery during the
past yean - At the meeting of
rresDytery one year since, a res
olution was adopted, that it was
desirable to have a Woman's
Foreign Missionary Society form
-ed in each Church within " its
bounds. To accomplish this a
Presbyterial organization was
formed at the Missioary Conven
tion held at Mansfield soon after.
The Secretary of this organiza
tion reports eight societies form
ed d urine the Dast vear- x
w r T
Wooster Society giro to home and '
Foreirn nan no
Asblaud ttoeiety gives to boaw iuid
Wajae Society gives to hoax ul
SbelbT 6oeietj gives to Dome ud
Lexington Society gives to hone sail
Savannah society fires to borne aad
Orrville society girts to home anil
"At the last meeting of presbytery
April 23d,-the Committee, to
which the report of the Presby
terial organization was referred
cordially recommended the fol
lowing expresion and action.
- First. That the Presbytery has
neara with pleasure ana satisfac
tion the report of the Presbyte
rial organization, and express a
high appreciation of their servi
ces in this work for the Master,
and promise them all the encour
agement and assistance in their
power to give, and commend
them to all churches.
Second "That Dr. John
Robinson, Rev. E. B. Caldwell
and Elder J. M. Weaver be ap
pointed a commitee to act
with the officers of the Presbyte
rial Organization in Drovidino-
for a Missionary Convention to
re new in Wooster at as early
period as convenient
And now, -let me say to every
wuwan wno reads these reports.
uo mey suggest anything to
youi . 1
Have we not had Jesus walk
ing with us and we knew Him
Did not our hearts burn with
in us as He talked to us by the
ji i wo oniy strangers in
Israel that we cannot understand
What is happening in these
God grant to open our eyes
that we may see. And unstop
our ears that we maj hear, that
we be not faithless, but believ
ing, is the prayer of your Chris
MARY J. STIBBS,
President of Presbyterial Organization.
Farmers who live in snarselv
settled distrits,abounding in large
dry pastures can afford - to give
the time Of ft faithful and intel
ligent lad the whole Summer
inrough, to be devoted exclu
sively to rearing turkeys. The
young broods must be watched
as constantly as ever a shepherd
" sneep m a region infest
i Tfuivca- iwery night, or
during the day, on the approach
of ram, they must be driven to a
roomy sued with a tight roof.
The mother birds, and the young
can be soon trained being driv
en as easily as cows are driven
to pasture. Give good forage
ground, and keep out of rain
and dew, and success is almost
certain. The Poultry World.
Propriety of Wahing Butter.
In reference to the preparation
good table butter, Dr. Wilkens
garth remarks that there is a
rather common ' belief that the
process of washing butter injures
peculiar fine flavor, and ren
ders tie butter more perishable.
The former part 01 the proposition
Vt. rogarth admits; yet thinking
the use of fresh water indispen
sable for removing the milk and
hardening the butter, he recom
mends its application directly in
the churn, avoiding working and
kneading by hand or spatula.
Butter which keeps well is made
Holestein, by repeated salting
and heavy pressure, without the
use of water; but it is too salt to
be considered fine table butter.
How Much will Keep a Horse.
A horse weighing from ten to
twelve hundred pounds will eat
about six tons of hay, or its
equivalent, in a year. And we
suppose the real point to get at
whether one can keep his
horses cheaper on some other
product than hay. This is an
exceedingly difficult question to
answer it depends so much on
circumstances. We shall not at
tempt to answer it fully at this
time, but will merely say that,
our opinion, three and a half
tons of corn-stalks, and two and
half tons of corn would keep a
horse a year in fully as good con
dition as six tons of good hay.
We may estimate, also,' that it
will take three and a half tons of
oat-straw and two and a half tons
ofoatstokeep a horse a year.
bushel 01 oats will weigh thirty
two pounds, so . that it will take
over 155 bushels and three and
half tons of straw to keep a
horse a year. It " would take
about two acres of good land to
produce this amount Ameri
can Slock Jounal.
Forests and Fruit-Growing.
Fruit has become a necessary
life a great variety of fruit,
indeed,"and a great deal of it;
and this will become more and
more the case with the increase
intelligence and thrift The
great abundance- of most kinds
fruit for the last two or three
years may cause us to feel a se
curity, which is not well ground
ed, with regard to the conditions
climate necessary to the un
failing production of fruit. Only
within a few years past have there
been seasons when the fruit crop
was very light and do not at all
adequate to the demand One of
the causes of this is the capreci
ousness of the season, and this ca
priciousness, I bebeve, is becom
ing constantly grater as the
country grows older. An inqui
men, 01 niucn scientific inter
est, and of great material impor
tance, has reference to what mav
the cause of this increasing
uncertainty 01 tne iruit crop. In
early settlement of the coun
try, it was easy to grow peaches.
even in localities where growing
peacnes now seldom gladden the
eye. in ;Ohio, between the par
allels of 40 deg. and 41 detr. for
example, peach-buds were seldom
injured by Winter or Spring frosts
the crop was abundant al
most every yearwhen the coun
was "new." For the last
twenty-five years peaches miss
inner man mev hit- and in
many parts this has told so fear
fully against the enterprise of
production that scarcely a peach
tree is now to be seen. The clear
ing of the country has made this
change. The continued clearing
the country will increase the
mischief still more. The growing
peaches and of most other
fruits will be driven, as indeed it
already has been, to special lo
calities and special soiL
How to Walk.
There are certain prerequisites.
First, you must have low, wide
heels and broad soles, especially
about the toes, affording a secure
surface upon which, in taking a
step, you can push the body for
ward. Second, the bodv about
waist must be perfectly at
liberty. The corset is a deadly
enemy in fine walking. But giv
ing perfect freedom at the middle
the body, through which all the
movements must pass given this
freedom at the trunk, with good
shoes, and you have the prere
quisites on which this general
exercise of the body depends.
ouppose, insieaa 01 a lree body,
you press a corset into the
of the stomach, and press it
so as to make a scoop-shovel
in that part of the body, of
course you. draw the shoulders
forward, and push the bowels
out of their natural place.
you will walk like a deform
person. With liberty of feet
liberty of body, you are ready
lane your first lesson.
If you let the cat out of the bae
try to cram it back amin :
makes matters worse.
Florida talks of breaking off her
western extremity and giving it to
Mrs. Hannah D.ugherty, aged
nine years and eisrht months
in Dele ware county last month'
short time ago an Indian wo
gave birth to a child at the as?e
sixty, and a woman in Tenn. has
the same thing at the age of
EfitabliHhed in 1838.
Re-EtahltHhed in 1809.
Mannfactnrert of Fine and Medinni Fnrnftnre
description anil price, h anil-matleand
.iieriorintyie ami uaiity than round in
or any other Furniture House this side ol
1'hototmipii. and Price Listsent on applira
ton, or when in the citT don't forget the place-
ui .no iuarire tioiiien un&ir. n ami mm
Avenue, titteburgg, a, Jtajl
DRUG STORE FOR SALE
rut -class dmir and iii-fHi-rii.tir... itiMw
Teryeligablviltuated in Atleheny Citv.do
in ruod paying; business. ioaered Atrsale
accommodating term. The owner WsWbing
I rum active business, or would pnriri
mu luivrt-Hi. Mi m uerwo uavuig jkkmi
rvierucea, ana waooouia give it tueir whole
An opportunity of this bind to get
irood l.Mvit.ir laaMinaaal atritk email J
doesnotorten occur, t'or rurtiier particulars
B. F. Uould. eare Dr. Hiti. lHtt.
aahington Avenue, Alleuheny City, fa.
At Wholesale and Retail,
Sold Cheaper Than
JAS. CURRY & SONS,
Cony's can't be undersold in Lum-
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Lath,
Shingles, Ac., tc
KEV ARRANGEMENT !
Have completed their an-Mireii.riir and Have
now IB mil operation ineir d r
HEW PLANING MILL
Ana Till keep comtaatl y oa bead every . de
scription or . . x ii
Consisting in .art of
Lumber. Timber. Batten
Siding, Lath, Shingles,
Moulding & Flooring.
Surfaced & Match
Doors and Blinds,
Frames,' Castings a
Balusters, Newell Posts
Railings, Sash, etc., etc
SjSnrfacing and Matching done to order
Bnilders. Farmers and others in want
Lumber, or anything else in our line, at the
rawest prices, give us a call.
Office and Yard West End of Main Street,
ear tne Bridge.
French, Reed A McCulloch
Jf illersbnrg. 0 Feb. 8. 1872.
1 1 u rrali I ITiirr'ali :
CASH! CASH!! CASH!!!
THE FIEM OP
J0H1T SPENCER & SOUS,
Paint valley. Ohio
Will, on ami after the 1st day of October, 1872,
sell mods exclueiTdr for Use readv iav. Mr
so doing, we are enabled to seH from 5 to 90 per
cent. iei iiunoutneoiu system oi longer. it
n e Keep a iuii une ot gooas socn as i usual
.y Kept in a nrst-ciass country auore. aucu
Dry Goods, Groceries, JTardware,
IJaeensware, lfools & Miocs,
' Tats & Caps, Ready Made
Clothing.for Men & Boys.
We demonstrate practically. We will sell
A Sugar for 13 eta. per pound, and otner trades
l aru wme Drawn musiinior u nj tne ooik.
a ii wool uress aajineis ior we per yarn.
Fine flannel shirt nr in abandance.
A fine assortment of Shoulder and double
4iood Rip Boot for fl
Womens Calf iboe& ior $1.75.
And other thinrs low accord in e! v.
Jome one and all anil be convinced that it
pari, to buy your rood from those that sell ex
clusively for Cash.
All kinds of Prod nee taken in exchange for
we win pay casu ior an amcs or rrouuee
except (Jrain. Auules ft Potatoes.
We respecttully solicit a good share of toe
public patronage in tne inttire as in the past.
diFiin &rr..ii.E.n t su.
Paint Valley, O, Oca, S. "a. . 4. ,
H. & B. HERZER,
Produce and Commits ion Mpreliant.i,
Flour, Crain and Mill Stuff's
W 111XK W ATfiK
And Purchaser of
" WHEAT, RYE,
W(XI1 DRIED KHC1T,
BUTTEU, KtiUS. ftU.
At the EciFirsb:;,
Shreve Tailor Shop.
W. 0. FLIU1T,
removed Kait of Depot, where he will
CUT GAKMKNT90XSHORT NOTICE.
Kverv articte warranted to lit aad rive en
Wayne Co. Ohio
lm n. p. Mccormick,
WITCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY. SPECTACLES, &C,
SILVER & PLATED W-A.R.E,
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, Ac.
ATI Kind of Repairing Xeatly Done.
At Low Prices J
' been KxrAire tlie American pnLltc
OVER THIElXyaus ItLn- never yet
t.ilcd to give per&ct saiirfart ;on. and has
justly been styled tBe ronaca-for all ex
ternal Wounds, Ont-i, Bnrns, Swellings,
Sprains, Bruises, &c, c, for Man and
Beast, Ko laniilj s'aooM be m single day
ejttttool. Jsfah. LiiMehtyj The-newer -funded
nnlea tho JUafioent ia as repre
sented "Bo ware and pet the kouu11
MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT. Sold
by all DrmggieU and Country Btora, at
25c, 50c mod $1.00 per Bottle. . Notice
style, sue of potur, &c
an tnnanaaa tratflci,4v;n4:fiiin a
aeriouor vuira. naan wiUan iOLtaanno-inAiea
thoriMuil ciu-oti of tUoo 0i-jui-3 pecuiiar
1 Lsre lett enabJert t iierfjci
:l a mwi
and a.ceahl medicine that meets the tndl-
pnaented by U-at ehuw of sUm a-m WuUi
certainty aud exactneia.
desfpnato taid naioral specific eoenpoond. I
Pierce's Rirorite Prescription.
term, howcrrr. bnt a feeble cxp-eim of
moet macurod apprvciatioii of lU vauj. twistid
actual auo itm-nped n-allties. A a clsa
cbMrver, 1 bar wfdle wiiuewlujf lbs positive re
frnlta In the ft;w spevud dt.e e incideait to the
orvn m f uruuuua, Buu;led ft oat aa
climax or cruwuiiif item of my
medical rmroer. On iu merits aa a pwitive,
-tfocluid rcatcdy for tnia rlafKoidiiiranpa.
one that wilt HtaU tunes aud ondur llcircam
tanccn act kindly an.1 in harmony with the laws
frovem the lemule nyrtem. I aa wtUinx to
my repuULUm a a nhypt-taii. Key. even
o coufldent am I Uiat it will not diupptrlnt
mot sauinilM cxpfCJatiou-oi' a pjnpis luvalid
who emplora it for any of the aihnetiis tor
I reroaitmMid It, Uutt I otter and sell ife
A fOslTIVi; (iVAlUNTCE. U
ncnvial effect te i-ot experienced by tho ttnt
f the cititfTiU ol the bottle are uned,
oa return of the bottle, two-rtdnla of tho
medicine having1 been taken according to direc
tion), aud the cam being one for which I recom
mend It, promptly refund thd money paid for it
I oot the moet p rfect conndence in its vir
tues. I coolu not offer it an I do under thewcomhV
bat having wltiietwd lta truly nikacnkna
In thouBandd of ea?et I feel war
ranted and perfectly aafe In rlaktna;
my repatatlon anal any icteuejr
folkiwimj are amom? those dlseasea m
my Favorite PreacrlptlOBi haa
core aalf by maic aud with a certainty
before attaiued by any mediciue: Lett
Excetrsive Flowing, Paintol Monthly
8apprealon when from annaoira.
sea, Inregularitiea, Weak Back, Prolapeaa, or
of the Uiera, Ante Tension and Betrover
Bearing; Down Sensation, Internal Heat,
Depression, Debility, Jespundency,
Threatened Miscarriage, Chrouic Congeation, Ia
jhmmtinn and Ulceration of the U tenia, Impo
tency, Barrenness, or Sterility, Female Weakness,
very many other chronic diseases Incident 10
not mentioned here. In which, as well
the cases which I nave aawtiotwd, my
Prescription works cores the mar
of the worlsUTbis meolciue I donot
aa a care-all. bat it admirably ralnlla a
inrleneao of parpoae, beiig a most per
fect specitc in all chreoic diseases of the sexual
of woman. It will not tUMtppolnt, nor
itdo harm tn any state or condition. It will
found invaluable in dipcaava incident to aresv
and caa be taken in soodcnUe doses wita
safety while in that state. Indeed, it is
Mother CIorellaL and so prepares the
for parturition that It renders ciuld-labor
I have received the heartfelt praise from
reds of mothers for tat laeBtlmnlile benenh
offer my Fsvortte Prescrtption,to the Iasoles
America with the sincerity of an honest heart,
for their best welfare. Those who desire
InfonnatioD on these snblects can obtain
my Tnunu oa Chboktc Oibkasxs or thb
OmcKRATTra axo Cbinakt Obsams, cent secare
observation upon receipt of two postage
It treats minutely on those diseases pe
culiar to Females, and gives much vainaoie advice
regard to their management.
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rpHK BOARD Or EXAMINERS of Holmes
tJouatvr 0 will hold JCxaminations of
Teachers for the ensuing year, in Room No. 7,
Union School Building, at Alillersburg, on
MARCH 1st, ISth and !h;
APRIL 12th aad JCth;
MAY 10th and S4th;
SEPTEMBER 13th and ?Jth;
OCTOBER 11th aadBth;
NOVEMBER 8th and Md;
WBINSBURG, September tl,; .
NASHVILLE, October 4th;
NAPOLEON, October 18th.
eis These Examinations will snra at Qu
o'clock, A. M., and close at 3 o'clock P. M.The
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cants after 10 o'clock. The Board has done
with the practice of ante-dating certifi
ao one is fully competent to engage a
till alter obtaining acertihcatefroui the
of School Examiners. It is required by
terms of the school law, that ever? teacher
ne quaimed to teach Ortlirography, Read
ing, W riting. Arithmetic Urography aud Eng
Grammar, and possesses an adequate
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Months. Orti Urates of six
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applicant. If cirtuimstances require. A fee of
cents is required or every caudidate in ad
By ordKVof the Board,
LKH W A. BEEBOUT, Clerk
Rubber Goods !
Of every description. Including
Packing, Hose, Boots,
snoes, Clothing, &c.
lso agents for
Hoyt's Leather Belting.
Sole agents for
Gate's Buck Tanned Zace
Patent) Warranted the best in market
and Leather Fire Engine Hose.
Wholesale and retail.
CEO. T. MILLS & CO..
. Successors to Peck A Mills
W SOUTH WATElt ST.,
lowmax's block, Cleveland, O.
Wringers Repaired. :iui3
Farm for Sals Near Chicago.
go to Kansas or Nebraska, when you
can buy as Une fariuinir laniN as tbcoun
shone on, f,nurorl ami unimprnvfl, at.
UiHu an anre, rnnKHis: I nun 4U lo l,:tui
within Inuu au tili miles liiuu l liicajo,
ouenl'the finest .lalrvinic countries in Amer
ica? r'ive railroads now riinninsr throiieb the
and s or & more beiiiK conslmcUil.
several gnocl iniptoveU lurins lor sale
ror iiarucuiars aniiress
, Crown Point. Lake Co.. Imllana.
now mnnins: their Miois, ami ar. ready
all jobs of reuairini- iu their line.
us, T7 uu naiiii auu sir sain. uresnins;
nnrmunsuii iiorse rowers tiiut can't lie ex-
at lower prlees limn etui be hail else
where. They have oa baud,
Hay Rakes, Road 8erapers.
Plows, Points, Road Scrapers,
Farm Bells and Cast
ing of all Kinds.
wantln anvthlnr in onr Una will
to their iuleresi lo rail as we lutend to
low prices this season.
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in all cases of sudden cold, however tjikm
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wens varoouc I amets are nut up in
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Afrmt in A'tv i'urt, who will forwanl them by
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LUOKIXa GLASS PLATES.
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REAR OF "EMPIRE HOUSE."
Best of Horses. Carriages. Ac which will
be lot at the most reasonnlilu rates. rasMn-
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notice and at low rates.
.ay We also have a large and commodious
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W-5 respcctfullv ab a liberal shareor public
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C::i Sip &i L.v ?Hsss ! !
Is at the new Livery Stable.
rear of Emnire
L. r ORBS
Is unequal ted by any known remedy. It will
eradicate, exterpate and thoroughly destroy
poisonous substances in the lllood and will ef
fectually dcspel all predisposition to billions,
Is there want of action in your Liver
or spleen? Luleskreiievetiutoiice, tue uukmi
becc'ines impure by deleteriousecretionP, pro
line i rig scrtnuiuus or Kin tiisvaes, uioicnes,
leiuns, pooiuies, ranker, pirapics, -c.
Have you a Dyspeptic Stomach !
Unless dige5t;on is promptly aided the sys
tem is ueuiutateti wiui loss oi viiai lurce, por
erty of the blood, dropsical tendency, general
Have you Weakness of the Intes-
II l on aru in uangcr ui iiiiduic iiar-
rliea or tbe dreaill'ul inilauimation of the Bow
Have vou weakness of the Uterine
or Unirary Organs 1
Yon are exposed to suffering in tlie mtist ajr
aravated form. .
Are you dejerted. drowsy, dnll, sltifrfrish
depressed in spirits. Willi lieailm-tae. havkaclie,
coateu tongue ana uan tasting aiouui.
For a certain remedy for all of these disoases
weaknesses ami troubles: forcleansinv and iii-
rifying the vitiated blood and imparting viiror
to ail lucviiMi Mirces: ior wiiiuing uu aim ro-
storing the weakened constitution I'bh
which is nrononneed ! the leadinc meilical
autiiorities of Iondou and l'aris The most iow
eal world.1 This is no new and untried discov-
lan.l nir nhi'.
skians of other couutries with wontierlul re-
gaasbf eatharties and phvsirs, thev give only
lemuorary relief indigestion. Hatuleney, and
dyspepsia with piles aad kindrel diseases
sure so ioiiow tncir use.
m Keen the blootl uure and health is assured.
JOHN y. KKI.lAMili, 18 PlattSt, New York,
Xile agent ior tue uniteii states.
Price One Dollar per Bottle, bend for Circular
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU,
la the only Known lletneily for RrkhH Dia.
ateana lias tuml c-vw jr ui Ui.-iOet- in
vbicb it hai, be.D givpn. Irritation of tt'e Keck
of the Bladder awf iollsminalKmnt the KEtlnjs,
fJiearauonoiue lvuuieya ana iHaoaer, iteiea-
uoaoz urmo, uiseasea ox tne rrosiate uumr.
Hume in the Bladdt r. Gravel. Brick Dust Detroit.
and Uuooua or Milky Discharges, and for En
feebled and Delicate Constitutions of both Sc-x-,
attended with the foliowina symptoms : Loss
of Power, Loss ot Memory, Ditticuliy of Breatu
iur. Weak Nerve. Wakefulness. Pain in the
Back, Pluahioffof Oie Body.Krnption on the Fact,
Pallid Countenance, Lassitude of tbe bystem, etc.
Used by persons in the decline or chantre of
!tfe; after eoadui-rount or labor pains. bedwet
urtg in eniiuren, etc.
In maav affectkona rtrcnliar to ladlea. the Ex-
trast Bucha is unctToalcd bvanv other remedv
Aa in Chlorosis or iieUntion, Irregularity, Paia
fumesaorpprestnon oiCustoiraxy Kvseuationa.
Ulcerated or etthirrus state of the Uterus, Leo-
rorrnceaor wmtes, tiennTji, anc ior aa eom
plslnta irieirlent to the tx. It is prescribed
eneosiveiy iry toe mnsc ecamen. rnysaoana ana
tions of both sexes and all ages.
KEAttNEVS EZITKACT BtTCUTT,
Jmet Dltea Arising from Imprudencm,
jiaiAli of bUti'Mtltim, .V-, iu a:lthir stages, at
httlai exnense. a Uu ar no rh tcre in diet, no in.
eoovenitfne, oO'l i o exposure. It causes a fre
quent desire, and fives alncgth to Urinate,
inerecy rem iviii? 1'Mirurt.oi.s, jTevenuntr ana
Curing Htiirttir s of the Vrvtlira, A lift Tin- P;itn
moa innanimaiion, so 'rmuent in mis cia-s 01 -
Class, and eapUiiiig ad fuijonousixattcr.
$1.00 per bottlo or six o.tc far ?5.00, delivt red
to any udUnstsBecuic'fnJn c LfM-tvotion. fcoldby
KEAKNEY & CO.. 104 Dusne 8L. N. V.
to whom all lcttera lur iutonnatiun should be
Avoid Quacks and Impostors.
m o c-oarsa 1 or aavioa ana consul tauon.
Br. J. B. Duett. Oradnata of Jtferm Media
Co&mh. I'hibuli'liihia. author of suTeral valaab
works, can be consulted oa all diseases of the
ttcxual or U unary Orsana. wbich he has made
aacspaeiaiatudy)etuierinniale or female, no
matter iromwauc cause originating or of how
loraTstandine:. A practice of 80 jearo enabtca
hiaa t- treat diaease 171th eucersa. Cures KUar
aateod. Cbarxvs reasonable. 'Those at a dis
tance can forward letu-r descntuns; B)-miiWma
auu encuniur siioip in ) rc.a y MMiiut?e.
tiend fur tbn Uitvlt to UmVk. l'rii-e 1U ceiita.
J.K.lVuTr, M.H.l'ky-ii-isa ami Sm;-o i.
BEAK IN MIND
II HAVI TBS
Largest Stock, and
At Lower'P rices
Than any other house In the West.
S. Ilerenclen &. Co
jMBank Street, Cleveland, O.
IP YOUW AXT THE
Best TtaMi MacMie!
NOW IX USR,
Call on THORNTON BOLINC,
Anltman & Taylor Machines,
Or MansOelil. K lllf
Window Glass Company,
la Kngll-h, French, Amrriean, I'late
Omamental, far, Cuai-h, I'it'liirp,
Flnor am) KnoUng
Looking Glass Itatcs.
ISO A 132 Cham plain St.,
PiLMKa,8ec CLEVELAND, O.
9ekT Nextiloor to Joha M'orley's wholea
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
For the relief
and cure of all
the stomach, Ht
er, and bowels.
They are a mild
aperient, and an
'tive. Being pure
ly vegetable, they
contain no mer
cury or mineral
serious sickness and suffering is prevented by
their timely use; and every family should
have them on hand for their protection and
reiici, wnen require!, iong experience ua
proved them to he the safest, surest, and
best of ail the fill a with which the market
abounds. By their occasional use, the blood
is pun lied, the corruptions of the system ex
pelled, obstructions removed, and the whole
machinery of life restored to its healthy activ
ity. Internal organs which become clogged
and sluggish are cleansed by Ater9 !
and stimulated into action. Thus incipient
disease is changed into health, the value of
which change, when reckoned on the vast
multitudes who eujoy it, can hardly be com
puted. Their sugar-coating makea them
pleasant to take, and preserves their virtues
unimpaired for any length of time, to that
thev are ever fresh, and perfectly reliable.
Although searching, they are mild, and oper
ate without disturbance to the constitution or
diet or occupation.
Full directions are given on the wrapper to
each box, how to use them as a Family Physic,
and for the following complaints, which these
fills rapidly cure:
For DyaBMU. or IswHa Ma-tlam, Us
le., Aj.iia'r, and Leaf f A -tit,
they should be taken moderately to
stimulate the stomach, and restore its healthy
tone and action.
For laivcr Caaaplalait and Its various
svmptonis, Billou tiSMlac.Bs Mck
M etui r ate , Jsmaalico or Crreea Sick
es, nUioM CUc and aUllama n?e
ver. they should be judiciously taken for
each case, to correct the diseased action, or
remove the obstructions which cause it.
For Dyanary or lMiarrkaett, but one
mild dose is generally required.
For RhewMarUaa, , travel,
Pslpltuta mf tn Heart, lala la
Che lHe, Back, and Laim, they should
be continuously taken, as required, to change
the diseased action of the system. With such
change those complaints disappear.
For DrapMy and Urn aaical Swell ,
laa, they should be taken in large and fre
quent doses to produce the effect of a drastic
For Sapprewloa, a large dose shonld be
taken, it produces the desired effect by
As a JHnnrr Pill, take one or two Pill to
promote digestion, and relieve the stomach.
An occasional dose stimulates the stomach
and bowels, retoros the appetite, and invigor
ates the system. Hence it is often advanta
geous where no sertons dei-anapment exists.
One who feels tolerably well, often finds that
a nose oi wese ruia mattes mm ieei neciu-
edlv better, from their clean sine and
voting effect on the digestive apparatus.
Dr. J. C ATZX a. CO., Praetieal ChemiaU,
ZOWELL, MASS., V, 8. A.
VOK SAI.B BT ALL DXUQOISTS KVXBTWHKKK,
VIr TT r -
Every year increases the popn-
MoritV OI this Valuable JrlOir lteD-
can assure our old
I patron S that it is kept fully up tO
ft i,: v jj . ,! 1
its hih standard ; and it is the on
ly reliable and perfected prepara
tion for restoring Gray ob Faded
If air to its youtnful color, making
it soft, lustrous, and silken. The
scalp, by its use, becomes white and
clean. It removes all eruptions and
dandrufl and, by its tonic proper
ties, prevents the hair from falling
out, as it stimulates and nourishes
the hair-glands. By its use, the
hair grows thicker and stronger.
In baldness, it restores the capillary
glands to their normal vigor,-and
will create a new growth, except in
extreme old age. It is the most
economical IIair-Dresstng ever
used, as it requires fewer applica
tions, and gives the hair a splendid,
glossy appearance. A. A. Hayes,
M J)- State Assayer of Massachu
setts, says, a The constituents are .
pure, and careluily selected tor ex
cellent quality ; and I consider it
the Best Preparation for its
Sold fry all DruggittM and Dealer i Mfdieiwm,
Price One Dollar.
FOB THE WHISKERS.
As our Kenewer in many cases
requires too long a time, and too
much care, to restore gray or iaaea
Whiskers, we have prepared this
dye, in one preparation, which will
quickly and effectually accomplish
this result. It is easily applied,
and produces a color which will
neither rub nor wash on. Sold by
all Druggists. .Trice Jitty Cents.
Manufactured by R. P. HALL & CO,
TEN REASONS WHY
Ne Family should Be without m battle f
WiflTTLESRY in the house.
I at It .lt n-lasw Via. wMMrWrRlllAU.
unoiic or Cholera Morbua in is aunaies.
It will -tire the mnsi tttin:ite case of
DflDDt 3 aiiJ Isdissstlaa in a few
3d. It U lh" J-t rerr.etly in the wotU for
SlCH Ha acl ache. a thuuinaV ran laru.fv if
i.tw.rn wrtcn liie iir-4 - - Hm aiirar.
4th. It K the In.--1 aiuimis- rvir nut Kt-iitrr-
ine piiMr.-; rtirmi; iIkkc tJi-tresMng ri.nip)aini
an,, wrjici anu ou.er urinary
tn. it u a i i .f'l(-at Fmmana
ROKUS, and V I'.- Vnun-' Clrla audJle
akeu women, an i at thr urn Of Life, tats
re met I y b of tm akiil iM jle.
6th. It will ni.ui.! v. 1 1 J from the fcowefrt,
ami hence a few dr ip- m i te sweetcneij water
6ivea to a babe i bcttrn- tl- .i a rii-rem ntnlbh t(
Eelieveondmntta ic riesp. Ciwuia-
uie no nnoayne.
7th. It i-i .1 nr r l if f r i!ii!i nn? rhil.ln-n
arrectea w.i t, worm, and Fin Worm a
t win untie aw.i i:e s'-r..
8th It will cur tit. (ilaiaikl Kemor-
Oth. It will curr Anrtfnntlasiiitlt?rwi
mc wiwris n.ui w. i: m tn ;i .. nro the wtrt cae
10th- It v-iii !.: tour Momaeh,
Stimulate the t Iver to Krahhy action.
Rel ieve Me n -t -?u rn -ciJ ui as a general
Kenuntor m -v-ti..i.
WSen ir-tsf-a till t.- . -.ih tussf and
Water m . Win -inaa full and yua
. iv.-.i pie.in.nni ionic.
;tikvy A irr Cure w. per botile.
il :v I'oiiijh I'.nuiulrH, ac. per bottle.
1 i., nil slmists ami warranted.,
ffblttlteer rroa, Mc4. 4 a., Tolrtia.
rors.nlehy W. R,
YF.RCIN, alillersburg, .O I
Fire Engine Hose, Rubber Boots & Shoes
Packing, Hose. Clothing.
Ttot leather A lloy t Leather Bolting. I
W. H. H. PECK,
1U W ATlta stkkit. I'LKV ELAND, O. S5mS
iMistiiii, aiSHirsito. BTsnr.ruTiui., a.
J. B. IKlecOT X" LL. M. D.. Dura.on.
L7 Jl.-muw.. luwi.wiyUl rlcs.
ACfc-STa WANTKD J i
FUNNY SIDE OF PHYSIC. .
800 PaesJ250 Engravings
A staltlinr exnose of Medical Jlnmbnn of
the past and prdsent. It ventilates Quacks,
Impostors. Traveling Doctors, Patent Medi
cines Venders. Noted female Cheats, Fortune
Tellers and Mediums, and gives interesting
accounts of Koted Physicians and Narratives
their lives. Jt reveals startling secrets and
instructs all how to avoid the ills which nesh
heir to. We rive exclusive territory and
liberal commissions. For circulars and terms
address the publishers. J. B. BL JiH HYlh
Hartford, Connw, or Chicago, 111.
' AGENTS WANTED FOR THB
Of the Untied States.
la pages and SU0 enjrravings, printed la
English aud German. Written by 90 eminent
authors including; John B. tiougb, Hon. Leon
Case. Edward Uowland, Rev. E. Edwin Hall,
Phillip Kiplev, Albert Brisbane, Horace Gree
ley, P. B. Perkins, Ac.
This work is a complete history of all bran
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in all ages. It ia ncompleteeneyclopediaof
arts and manufactures, and ia tlie not enter
taining; and valuable work of iul'orniatiua oa
subjects of general interest ever offered to the
public It is adapted to the wants of the mer
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yonaa;or all classes. The book is sold by aaents
who are makinn large sales in all parts of the
country. Jt is offered at the low price of S,9U,
and is the cheapest book ever sold bv subbcrip-
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We want agents in every town ia the United
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this book. Our terms are liberal. We give our
agents the exclusive right of territory. One
oi our agent sold 138 copies in eight days, an
other sold SOS In two weeks. Our agent ia
Hartford sohl 3tfZ ia one week. Specimens of
the work sent to agents on receipt of stamp.
For circulars aud terms to agents address
the publishers. J. B. BU Hft A H V DE, Hart-
iora,uounnor inicago, uu
WE HAVE IN PRESS
A NEW BOOK
By a well known and popular author, on a en
tirely new subject. The book will be profuse
Iv illustrated and handsomely bound, and will
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J. B. BURR & HYDE. Publishers.
Hartford, Conn Chicago, 111, Cincinnati, O.
Taat Pale, Tallow; Kclclj-Lcoxlziff SKn
Is ehiuiKed to one of frastiiiem audiealthu
Those IrlneMev mt tar tftfcla. rtswMsM,
Puatalea. MMteisea and EraatkMit are
removed. rWrofula, Werofulsia atiiieaaea.
if late Eves. Hblle Mwrelliaur. Ulerm-
014 Korea or any kind of lluuior r&pldly
dwindle and disappear ander lta influence.
In fact it will do yon more ROod,and cur
yon more speedily than any and ail other
fireparatlona-coiiildDed. wait It It? It la nat
ure's own restorer! A soluble ox yd of Iron -combined
with tlie midleln&l properties of
roke Root divested oi all diKaeivwbteqttiilt
tlea It will cure any 4'niroaite or a.aia
SklnBdinc IMaeiwa whoew real or direct
cause 1 bail bio. atbestmallMsa, taUas
lai isiniiis or nuiin, Lrau i u uue svs
kesi lfai bv aler-curiai or o liter notaoua.
arealleured bylU Kor My bll., or My atbt
II tie aaiait, Uiere to nouunx equal to it, A '
IrtHl will prove It. AM 14 lei DR.
tirftl.'N 4 UMPaCJI 1 ft Y It 11" oa
DR. CROOK'S 1TISE OF TAB !
Ten Tewra of a wwblia
teat haa proved Dr.Urook a
' IweofTsurto have mora
tnertt tliau any similar
Kparatluu ever ofle red to
pabllc. It Is neb In
the loeUkunal qQallUeso1
Tar, atni uiieqaaled for
dlaeaaca of the Tbrwsst
1. perftrailDt tho
&r-J ofleotoaiiy cures ail Case, an
y aadCoaaa. Itiiaa cared ao
V. aunr eaflps ot .
Wsuad BrMachltia, Uiattt
caa twea jroDoanoei
lj.apeelno fur toes, eora-
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