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Worth of A Good Name.
A man of very pleasing address
bat very dishonest in his practi
ces, once said to an honorable
merchant, "I would give fifty
thousand pounds for your good
u Why so V asked the other, in
Because I could make a hun
dred thousand pounds out of it
The honorable character-, whicn
was at the bottom of the good
. name, he cared no thine for; it
wu only the reputation, whiJi
he could trun to acount in a mou-
ey point of view, which he cove
Bat a good name of all other
possessions, must be fairly earn
ed. When it is possessed is bet
ter business capital than a great
sum of money. It is a fortune
any boy or girl may secure.
Honesty mast be its foundation,
even in the smallest particulars.
When an employer says, "There
is a boy I can tnut," that youth
will always find himself in de
mand, provided he joins industry
with honor. "The hand of the
diligent maketh rich."
It seems hard at the time, per
haps, to be bound to a careless
round of work, while other boys
are lounging, or playing on the
green. But the reward will come
if you are faithful. While idlers
are dragging out a miserable life
time in privation and poverty.
' the hard-working boy lives at his
ease, respected and honored.
Kemember that if you desire
to make your way in the world,
there is nothing that can 6erve
your purpose like a name for hon
esty and industry: and you will
never acquire either if you are a
loiterer about the streets,, and
neglectful of your business.. "A
good name is rather to be chosen
than great riches, and loving ta
vor rather than silver and gold."
"Grandpa! Papa has nearly
finished harvest," said little Ed
ward Clinton, one bright sunny
morning in Julv, as bis grandpa
called to see them on his way to
. the city, a few miles from their
"I am glad to hear it, my boy,"
said Mr. Clinton ; "how much is
left unfinished V
"Oh," said Edward, "we finish
ed stacking barley yesterday, and
now there is only the . clover to
cut, which I think we nhall do to
"Then I suppose you have been
helping in your way, Edward V
said his grandpa.
"Oh, yes ? I like to be in the
fields so much ; I am so sorry
the harvest is nearly over."
"But 1 nave not done sowing
yet," said Mrs. Clinton, who was
present during this conversation
so all harvest will not De so
-mamma," saia Jjxiwara, ''you
ao not sow!"
"Do I not, Edward f but I hope
to reap, ana to reap even while X
continue sowing ; but I must
have the sunshine and rain from
heaven to make my seed (which
is of a peculiar natnre) fruitful."
"Mamma, I cannot think what
you mean," said Edward; "please
do tell me. I have never seen
you sowing or reaping ; do tell
me, if you please, mamma !"
"I understand, Edward," said
"My dear little boy," said Mrs
Clinton, "do I not often sow the
seeds of instruction in your mind?
And there must be the outpour
ings of the Holy Spirit of God.
and the smile of his countenance
before the seeds can srping up
but while I continue to sow, 1 do
hope to see the fruit of previous
instruction, that I may be en
couraged to persevere, and sow
still more precious stied."
"And I hope dear mamma, you
will see the fruit ofj'our labrr."
And the affectionate little boy
kissed his mamma as he spoke.
ana they then received a som-
mons to dinner.
My dear children, do you ever
pray that the good seed sown in
your minds by your parents and
teachers may be watered by the
Spirit of God, and that his gra
cious Spirit may strengthen and
increase their growth i Now is
the seed-time ; by and by will
come the harvest ; and oh, may
none of as ever exclaim, with hor
ror: "The harvest is past, the
summer is ended, and I am not
The Convict Teacher.
We do not know how true the
statements in the following par
agraph from a daily paper may
be, similar trifles have fixed the
bent of many a distinguished
"The late Dr. John Torrey, the
distinguished scientist, is said to
have first acquired a taste ' for
scientific pursuits in the follow
ing remarkable manner : His
father held some official station
which required him to visit N. Y.
and the lad frequently accom
panied the parent on these tours
of inspection. - In the old State
Prison, which at that early day
was somewhere about Twenty
third street, and situated in the
country, they found a man in the
office of the superintendant who
bad been condemned to serve
oat a short term, but was gener
ally believed to have been inno
cent of any offence. This pris
oner was taken into the office to
keep the books. He was a man
of learning, and especially a fine
botanist. Whenever young Tor-
' ry appeared at the prison, the
book keeper would point out
from the window some plants
growing in the vacant lots oppo
site, and asked the boy to go and
fetch them ; the two then sat
down in in the office to analize
and dissect the specimens, pre
senting the carious spectacle of a
prisoner in convict's costume
teaching a well dressed-boy. The
lad never forgot the lessons, and
from the taste thus acquired dates
his application to the study of
botar.j , in which, science he was
destined to achieve the most dis
Specialities in Farming.
General farming or mixed hus
bandry in more than nine cases
oat of ten will be foandto be bet
ter than exclusive attention to
any one specialty.
The owners of cranberry marsh
es cannot be generally farmers
those who have no land fit for
tillage cannot grow grain, but
the general rule holds good. The
reasons are too many to dis
cuss in full The general system
enables the farmer to more eco
nomically make use of his own
or hired labor work can better
be distributed throughout -the
year. It is a rule, better adapt
ed to retaining or increasing the
fertility of the soil, and it secures
the fanner from the evils follow
ing the fluctuations in price in all
specialties. With a good crop
of tobacco or hops Belling at fifty
cents a pound,the specialty farm
er can look with , undisguised
pity on his plodding neighbor
but if oue of these crops be his
sole dependence and sell at three
cents a pound, the plodding
neighbor may be asked for the
loan of enough money to buy the
necessaries of life for a year.
seems paridoxical, but we cannot
always afford to cultivate those
crops alone which seem to pay
the best. Wets tern farmer.
Don't Know its Value.
An aged Indian, half naked
and famished, wandered into one
of our Western settlements, beg
ging for food to keep him from
starving. While eagerly devour
ing the bread bestowed by the
hand of charity, a bright-colored
ribbon, from which was suspend
ed a small, dirty pouch, was seen
about his neck. On being ques
tioned, he said it was a charm
given him in his younger days
and opening iU displayed a fad
ed, greasy paper, which he hand
ed to thelnterrogator for inspec
tion. It proved to be a regular
discharge from the federal army,
entitling him to a pension, for
life, and signed by ien.-Ueorge
Washington himself! Now, here
was a name which would be hon
ored almost anywhere,and which,
if presented in the right , place,
would have ensured him support
and plenty for the remainder of
his days ; and yet he wandered
about hungry, helpless, and for
lorn, begging of the charitable,
bread to keep him from famish
ing. What a picture of men with
all the promises of Jesus in their
hand and of Chnstains, too.
with the character of their inher
itance in full possession yet
starving m the wilderness..
Don't Know its Value. Supposed New Potato Disease.
A new potato disease is describ
ed as having made its appearance
near Jena, Prussia.- It attacks
the tuber directly and not the
The tuber becomes covered by
purplish felt, which is the myce
lum of a fungus. The skin of the
potato is sometimes apparently
not penetrated by the mycelium,
the. contrary being the fact in
other cases. In the latter event
the tuber becomes completely
destroyed by a cancerous disease
The fungus belongs to the ge
nus Seleroticum, and, according
to Prof. Holliss, the remedy will
probably be the same as in ordin
ary potato disease namely, the
selecting of early kinds, using on
ly mineral and no animal nor veg
etable manures, and with a care
ful selection of the best adapted
soil. The Rev. M. J. Berkly, the
eminent fungologist, however
has lately announced that this is
the well-known "Copper Web,
which some years is very destruc
tive to asparagus, mint, and oth
erjerops, and has been known, to
seme extent, to attack the potato.
Storing Honey in the Fall.
In many portions of the Wes
tern prairies, but more especially
where there are extensive river
bottoms and other low lands.
abounding in Fall flowers, bees
often store honey faster than at
any other season of the year.
When this is the case, care should
be taken to see that the bees are
provided with surplus boxes to
store away the sweets, taking
them away as fast as filled. If
an extractor be used, empty them
immediately and return the emp
ty comb to the hive. If, however,
the honey is tojbe retained in the
combs, the- surplus must not be
taken until the cells be capped
entirely over ; tor if so, the hon
ey will leak. There is also dang
er of its becoming sour.
When the bees cease to gather
honey, they should be known to
have sufficient store to carry them
through the Winter ; but in all
seasons when the bees gather
surplus honey well through Sep.,
there is but little danger but
that they will have sufficient
stores in the body of the hive.
When the blossoms are scarce
in the Autumn, if many hives be
kept, bees are apt to rob their
neighbors. To obviate this they
should be closely watched, and
the colonies that are weak should
have the entrance of their hives
closed, so as to admit only one
bee at a time : or weak swarms
may be united and fed. - But it
must be admitted that bees that
require to bo fed during Autamn
are not apt to winter so well as
those -that have sufficient stores,
especially 11 led on syrnp. there
fore we advise feeding with hon
ey, which may be done by placing
caps on top of the hive in the
space left lor surplus honey.
Wby docs tbe present style of la-
rlie'a dress remind us of tbe autumn?
Because ot the loose leaves.
Brooklyn, tbe Citv of Churches,
has nineteen policy shoos and faro
banks in full blast.
Float quartz, eaormouslv rich in
free gold.has been found eight miles
southwest of Prescott, Arizona.
In some places in South Carolina
cotton cron is nearlv heinc en v-
upon account of the wet weather
and grass. I
Dasiil Tmcn. Hoasci Kiss,
H. H. JIOVIT1MCH.
HEW PLANIHG 2HLL !
Aad win keep constantly oa head every de
Consisting in part of
Lumber, Timber, Battens,
Siding, Lath, shingles,
Moulding Flooring, "
- Surfaced ft Match-
.i..-.. d ; Lumber, :
Doors and Blinds,
Frames. Castings t
Balusters, Newell Posts,
Railings, Sash, etc, etc
s r . -
t9Surfaerng and Matching done to order
Builder. Farmer! and other in want of
Lumber, or any thing else in our line, at the
lowest prices, fire us a can.
Office and Yard Wert End of Main Street,
near the xfnuge.
French, Reed A MeCuiteeh.
MMenborz. a. Feb. Mm " Ktf
At Wholesale and Retail,
Sold Cheaper Than
JAS. CURRY & SOUS,
Curry's can't be undersold in Lum
ber, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Lath,
Shingles, dec, dec.
TEN REASONS WHY,
if 9 Family tkemld be vritktmt a- battle tf
WHITTLESEY im the kamte. -:
I St .It will relieve the worst cose of BlllOtlS
ChOlie or Cholwra Morbus in jk minute.
- It will cure the most obstinate case of
3 d . It tc tks Iw M-sawf- im MU
SiCk HB Mtt ItMhdft. at. thn....nrl. . K..A. if
wncn i tie nri symptoms appear.
: 4th .It is the bea diuretic ever put before
s iniuiw,; turing mow oistressirig rnm plaints,
ZiZrmxm9 ntt auu outer urinary
b .It is most excellent Efflltltni
St O ft! U O. anil in th Vn m r In. iLMI.
aged Worn n, and at thcTurn of Llfvthis
remedy ts of incalcuLable value. 4tb
Oth It Wilt awntA. wirH (m (Vas Lwab
and hence a few drops in tome sweetened water
given to a babe is better than a doxen cordials t
Rtlitvssndmaks It Sloop. Contain-
7tha It is a sure wvllf Ca suIs.Ih m-A 4n.
affecaed with Mrorm and Pin Worms.
wu DTtng nwpy tne worms.
th, U will cure the I I Ion and Mo m or
Bthtr It will care CassftsstlAS iJ L
fSummor Complaint and aysontory.
I Oth. It will cure Sour ttomaoh.
-"' w s.iTr noimj MCiion.
ftOliaVSk Hs t.BalMI aau4 Mr ss
R OKU I a tor of the system.
When taken dilute the dose with Hugarand
Wator to a -Vino-Otannfutl and you
havea ploaaant tonic.
wmttiesey (Uysyepsia Cure) t.e per bottle.
Whittlesey Ague Cure 50c. per bottle.
W iiulesey Cuugh Gran ales sec. per bottle.
J by all dniggisu and warrantotl.
Whlttleaey Fna. Bea. Ca Tel.
Established in 1838.
Re-EstaMislied in 1869.
C.G.Hammer A Son
Manufacturer, of Fine and Medium Furniture
of every descr.ption and price, h and-made and
sunenor in stviei ana auaiitv tnan rminfi in
most or arlv Ottier Furniture fionae this aide nf
Fhotorrapbs and Price Lists sent oc applica
tion, or when In the city don't forget the plaoe
tiign of tho Large Golden Chair, 46, 48 and 10
Farm for Salo.
ISO Acre of Lind, .
In Monrop tn.. Holmes eo.. Ohio, fl n lias .Mi
of Mfllersbnrg. Wall adapted to milt enltora.
one perch and two rood appla orchards. All
In a bixh state or cultlratiun. Wall watered.
Close to ckarckes f sat era! alaaaniaattoBs.'
Will sell ail or a part, ror further Informa
tion , enquire of CHARLES HcLlOKHUK,
as una oi tn, nairs, oa tie premises.
lm N." P. McRMIC lli
i - I
I JEWELRY ym THE ELCIN
or ma iJtSC S-A Waltham and
Latest Styles Of S American
I axwar. WATCHES
I ON WAND. Tdfly At Low Prices.
miinLa, iLUiiu, JiiWiiLni, arMiiiiiua, uu.,g
SILVER & PLATED WARE,
MUSICAL rfrSTRTJMENTS, &c. g
AU Kind of Repairing Neatly Done.
MAIN STREET, - ' - - MILLERSBURC.
a iw AtPLiOATtmm ion a x
Pure Blooming Complexion.
f It la Vantr stetahla. and Its opentloa Is
sMsandfelaaasnoa. It doaa awar with tha
tlnahad Appaaraam eanaad by BaatFaltgaa
and nmptaa. etispattnc dark and smstgsUy
spots. Drirea away Xsa. FracUea and Sua.
warn, and by Its fsntle bat powirfnl Intnamr
BaaiOlm the tadedcheek with f
Mouthful bloox aid beauty.
ajoMbysnDraaxMaand Fancy 8iorea. Da-
t. S3 Part Place. New York
LATEST FASHIONS !
B, F. HETTINGER,
Orer Yoornea ft Hudson's Store and Tin Store,
jf am street, MiiiereDurg.u.
All work entrusted to him will receive prompt
attention ami win ne maue up in me
Latest Style I
And in the best and most durable manner.
Warranted to give entire satisfaction.
GIVE HIM A
rx& The Great Cause
EF HUMAN MISERY.
Just Published, in a Sealed Envelope, price 6c
A Lecture on the Nature. TreaMuent and
Radical Cure of Seminal Weakness or Sjier-
Diattcorrhoea, induce 1 by e i- Abuse, invol
untary Emissions, Impotency, Nervous Debit,
itv. and Impediments to Marriatre Generally;
Consumption, Epilepsy and Fits, Mental and
srnvsiciLi incMU&ciiv. cu:.. u nvDuii . vil-
vkkwbll, M . ., author of tne Careen Book. Ac.
Tbe renowned autnor, in uiis autniraDie iec
urarlMrlvnm'M I'mm bis own exoerience
that the awful oonseauences of Self-Abuse
may be effectually removed without medicine
and without dangerous surgical ope rations.! n
strumenta. rings or cordials, pointing out a
mode of cure at once certain and effectual, by
means of which every sufferer, no matter what
niseonaition may oe, may cure m nisei i cueap
lv.nrivateiv. and radically. This lecture will
provo boon to thousands and thousands.
Sent, uuderseal. in a plain envelope, to any
address, postpaid, on receipt of six cents, or
two postage stamps, oy auaressing uie puu
lisbers. duress tne puniisners,
CHAS. J. C. KLINE A CO.
yl 127 Bowery. New York, 1. O. Box, ,4586.
The Chromo "Cute" Elegantly
Framed, and a share in the Dti-
tributiun of 8730 Premiums a
mounting to $41,000
GIVEN AWAY J
To every Subscriber to that popular Weekly,
Chromos are delivered at once. The distri
bution will Positively take place on the author
Our Cbronio "CUTE" is 16x9) inches in sice,
acknowledged be the finest and handsomest
picture ever given with any paper.
Our Fireside Friend is an 8-page illustrated
family and story weekly in its third volume,
has now over seveuty-flve thousand subscri
bers. and rapidly increasing, which insures
tbe success of the oresent distribution. The
publishers of Our Fireside Friend have sent to
its subscribers th is year over beventy Thous
and copies or the enromo "Cute" aua are snip
ing nunareos every any. suuscripcion price
'hree Dollars a vear. which gives the sub
scribers r iuy-Twonutnoersortne best ramii
Weekly, the chr -mo H;UT" finely framed
and a num. red certificate entitling- the bob!
er to one share in the distribution of premiums
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direct to the publisher. Specimen copies, par
ticulars, ett, sent tree.
A f,T7TlTrT,f? Either local or canvass in (
AUaCjlilu in every towa. Lanrecast
ttt a TTfrnErniy n tne best outfit, send
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WATE1W A CO
31 Chicago, Illinois.
H. S. WESTON, Agent.
H. & B. IIERZER,
Produce nd ComiuJ.stiuB Herehonts,
Flour, Crain and Mill Stuff's,
VI lll'l'S at W ATEK
And Purchaser of
WOOL, PRIED FttUIT,
Li h UMsnss,
Miller sb u re.
Notice of Attachment.
Charles 1). Terrell "I Before Wm. Hnmph
airalntt i rev. J. I., of Knot Tn..
Maria Kul muster and f llolmos Couutv. Ohio.
huibftnii. CeVaU. J
On thflMth dftTof Amrnnt. 1S7JL lil lu.tlrn
Ixiued an order of ultsohment In the above ac
tion for the sum of One U unit rail aud Fortv-
Two Dollars. CHARLES II. FK It It ELL.
Black Creek. Holmes Co O.
Aug;. S7, 18.3. 4-.w8
Bnftnest trietly legitimste. Pcrticutan free.
o n-i j nrA "XT"
O. 1 -IOOU-A.
TB PURELY A VEGETABLE PBBPAftATIOlf.
A eomposea sunpiy ot weii-cnown H OOT S.
HERBS and FRUITS,oombtnod with ottwr
properoa., wiucu in mnr zniiirn aro nnarsw
A penes t, Natritioua, Uiuretie. Altetati and
Antt-Bibona. 'ibe whole is preserved In a suffl
dect qnantity of spirit from the aCOAR
tAilK tO iOCZ
koc? thein in any climate, which
eoaoftbs most desirabla Tomaaa mm Cm-
Usartlea in tha world, nmj an intanitaa
only to be used a a medlciae, and alvayaao
cording to directions.
They ere the aheot-snchor of the fble and
fltimnlalo to EU,
la at cxice brcujt about. As a remedy to whic
rVsnwa arc especially subject it is supstv
sding every otiicr siimxihurt. As a SprJnsr
' and Summei Toio they have no equal.
They arb a mild and gentle PurRUive as wedl as
Tonic They purfjy the b'ood. They are a
splendid Appetizer. They mats tho wca strong.
Thev DnrirV and invigorate. Thev cure Dya-
pepsia. Con ati ration and Headache. Thtry not
as a specino in au rpea ox aisoroers wniea
undermina tb bodily strength and break dorn
. Depot, 63 Park Place, Hew lark.
Notice to Teachers,
THE BOARD OP EXAMINERS of Holmes
Countv. ) will bold Exaininatifina at I
Teachers for the eusuing year, in Room Mo. 7,
Union School Building, at ftlillersburg, on
OA A Kj liUA A (
SEPTEMBER 13th and 97th;
OCTOBER 11th and 2LUh ;
NOVEMBER 8th and SSd;
WEINSBCRG, September SOth;
NAPOLEON, October 18th. .
aS These Examinations will oiien at 9X
o'clock, A. M.. aud close at 3 o'clock P. M. The
class will not be open for admission of appli
cants after 10 o'clock. The Board has dune
away with the practice of ante-dating certifi
cates. No one is fully competent to engage a
school till after obtaiuiog acertillcatefroui the
Board of School Examiners. It is required br
tbe terms of the school law, that everv teacher J
minwi .quiii tesca uirnrogrspu-ew-
mg, Writing, Arithmetic, Geography and ing- I
lish Grammar, and uossesse.. an adeouaba
knowledge of Theory and Practice of Teach- I
attention will be given to applicant, lor
private examinations, lcstiinoniais oi gooa I
moral character, siimeil bv at least tworcsuon- I
stamped envelope, un&ealed, and addressed
witn tne name anu post-omce or
and presented on the day of exaa.ination. Cer-
tincates wiu oe 01 Tour gi'ades. towit: bix
Months. Twvlre Mouths. Kiarliteen Months.
Twenty-tour Months. Certificates of 6ix
Months being very low trade and trial eertin-
cate. mar be issued a second time to tbe same
applicant, if circumstauces require. A lee of
cents is required; of every candidate in ad
By order or tbe Board,
LEWIS A. BEtliOLT, Clerk
Jan. "TS 23tf.
The First Rational Bank
ROBERT LONG, President.
B. C. BROWN. Cashier.
Robert I.ono. w. M. Gibson.
C. BBOWN. 18ASO PlTTNAM.
H. Mkwto.v, Jouk e. Koch, J
He. Jokl Pohkrknk.
Discounts Notes, Receives Depos-
ttesy and Transacts a General
al I I I ItT XO f O
Crand Annual Opening
M HttlDlERY GOODS !
New Style and New Management
Mrs. Wholf&lEss Myers,
p1eaed to announce to tne citizens of U il
lersburg and the public in freneral, that thev
now ureDared to do all manner of work in
lino, in the latest anil most improved
vie. In addition thev make a uDeciitttv in
rover all kinds of old Straw and Leghorn. I
All work done "promptly" and satisfaction I
warrnniea tn ererr case, we will eDdeavor
keep una full supply of everything per-1
ONNETS, HATS & ALL
JLXJXJJS tl' TRIM
MINGS, Neck Ties, Handkerchiefs,
brioTes, Hose, Jewelry,
full assortment of FAXCY GOODS, Ac.
extend a cordial Invitation to everybody
V ,U maM BWV U.. J HVHUII Mf
April 1, 1871.
And then the Poison is a fiend
confined to tyrannize. On nn
rctriera ttle. condemned blood
Thetvrant loisons power
is cancelled ana toe oioou re-
II' I III, I I triered bv Kress Fever Tonic
lib It IlLililJ I eaters the circulatioa,over
comes and ejects this Ague Poison. This rem
edy is warrented bv the Proprietors, to cure
Ague. A box of pill; free, with each bottle.
W. C Hamilton A Co.,
WANTED AH men wishing to make moo
Vf ev to s-nd for a pamphlet containing in
structions, Ac- which everv bodyshould know.
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VTtl.OUVASSfNQ was one agent's
profit oa Bryant's lubr&ry of Poetry and song;
170 in one week on Tbe New llonsekeeper's
Manual, by Miss Beecheraod Mrs. Stowe. Any
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I n Authentic History of Navigation and its
Manifold Discoveries since the Flood. Abound
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I Lawless Piracies. Blood v bat ties, and (ilorious
IaoievemeuDi ;aiso describes uivmg.Teiegra pil
ing. Ocean Fisheries. Ac. . Over 9U0 bpirited
Cuts. Subject now.- Price low. Aeentswan-
I ted. HUBBARD BROS Pubs., Philadelphia
iuston ana incinnau.
The startling (imuudLa near Ir all meli,
I cinal agenu has ever been that in their pro-
) purgjuun anu puriuca.iou tuey nave
s1m debilitated the svstem. To obviate this
Idiifieulty, physicians nave long sought for an
Purge, Purify and Strengthen
At one and the same time.
Their research has at last been rewarded bv
la discovery which fullv realizes tha rnnrlMt
inesiresoi tne meuicai i acuity, anu which ii
ijustiy regarded as the most important
ruuipu uim ruinaacy aa erer acnieveu.
i important aesiuer&tum is
Dr. Tuti't Vegetable Liver Pill,
I Which porifv tbe blood and remove all cor-
I rapt humors and uuhcaltby accumulations
i irom sue oouv. ana vet uriKiiMV's mi urfnLwi(
J or lassitude whatever, but on the contrary
I tones the stomach aud invigorates the body
Iuuiiiig mciiigirM vi tueir operation, iney
unite the heretofore un reconcilable qualities o
I a strengthening Purgative and a purifying
I Dr Tutt's Dills are the most active an
I searching medicine in existence They at
once attack the very root of diseases, an- their
action is so prompt that in an hour or two after
i mey are iaen tne patient is aware of their
l gooa enects. iney mv be taken at any time
I produce neither nausea, griping or debility,
and as a family medicine tbev have no rival.
rrice a cents a box. 5oiil by alt iiruggista.
rnncipai omce, l and w Piatt Street, S. Y.
Office 14 Barclay Street, N. T
Offer to the public a Lantern
combining safety and economy
with eievance and usefulness.
It cannot explode; it gives a
goou ngnt ami consumes less
on man any otner: it is not dis-
turoei oy tne nigncst wimi.and
''i a glass is bntsen itiseaftily
?rupiaueu uy means oi tne screw
They employ no agents except their traveling
clerks, but their goods can be bad from the
tieaiers tnrougnoui tne country. saw
W ANTEp. Wholesale I'lirchwing.
rtk'i-'iii ior i lie Kiirrnim yitiio nn
china niaile at laiilui-v.t.L. 'Hi; Lm, U jimI
licL. The stillest. Fastest and f asicst lAtck
Stitch, straight Needle Machine, iu the mar-
sec. nviier lernis than anv cotunanv. Ail
dress, .loll.N A. ImuxjK,
oeni Agent, 1 an bury, toun.
EPIDEMIC N DISEASES
PREVENTED BY USING
The New Ordorless and Non-Poisonous
; Powerful DEODORIZER and
Its daily nso destroyed all bad orders and
poisonous emanations about your premiseSf and
thereby prevents contagion and disease; con
tains no poison and has no odor of its own,and
is always safe.
'Diploma awared by tbe Aimeu Issn.
TUTF to TiLDxsr Jt Co for Bbomo-Chlokaluii.
n,ey it of value as being nou-Dois-
nous, and can recommend it especiallv for
medical and general Household purposes where
i"" ", !J ieoi1"M " "-
- a icpaum umj iy
TfLDKV A ri
801,1 bT drnggiite. Rew York.
WnrTrin en m-ier. iJAf B or.,!'
" 5 a weea
teed. ResDect.ble emnlnvmnnt nt hnm. Ar
or evening; no capital req'uired . full instrue-
tns s valuable package or iroods sent free by
Jjail. Addres, with six cent return stamu.
iwu-iw a i.j, ureeuwmcn St., . 1,
IS TOE MOST POWERFUL CLEANSES,
stincthener und remover of GUnilnlur nh.
struuiinus knowii to Jditteria Medica.
IT IS SPECIALLY A DA PTE D to .nlln
tions 4worn down" and debilitated tha hv
warm wunther or Spriug and bummer, when
uie moon i ooc in active circulaUon, coase
tjuentlygatberiog impurities frtim lujjgiih
nesa ana iinoerlect action or th r. nr.
Sfcois and i uiaoitesttMi by Tumors, Eruptions,
lotche. Uoils. Pustules, Scrofula, Ac
WHEN WEARY A SB LANGUID from over
work, and dullness, druwziness and iuort,
uite tne place or energrr and vigor, thesys
tern needs a Tonie to build it np and help tbe
s-witc- aw TCgajii wucir recuperative pow-
' y TIE HEAT OF SUMMER. frantntlr
tne Liver aud Spleen do not orooerlv iwribi-rn
their, .unctions; the Uterine aud Urinary Or
gans are inactive, producing weakness or the
stomach and intestines and a predisposition to
EXTRACT 0 F JIRIBEB1
IsDreDared dlmetlv from the SOI TII
AMKUIUAN PLANT, aud is peculiarlr suiteil
to all these iliuiciillies; it will rleanse the VI-
TIATKU III.OOI). strenathen thvUFblilV-
NG POVKKS.and ItKMOVK AI.I.HBSTIU:-
J'ions trout impaireu and knfkkuleu
It should be freely taken asJuruheba
pronouD iii iy meiiral writers the mot hi-
dc lent fUKIr TN1C and DKOBSTKU
KN'T known in the whole ran ire of medicinal
JUll. y. Kfcl.UHiG, 18 riatt St., New York,
Sole arent for the I7niti.d states.
Price One Dollar per liotile. beud for Circular
' A. WAITS,
HAS JCST RECEIVED THE
Spriiin and Saner Styles
bis New Room, One Door Went of Mini's
Work Warranted to Fit!
And made in the Latest and Most Approved
I am (till Agent for tha
Singer Setving Machine t
keep Needles and Oil, of tha best quality.
aWCall and see mo. &4m3
f 3 3 QXJ I
LiyfiiT ant Sals Stalk
WILLIAM L. F0RBS,
Pespectfbly Informs the citizens or Mil'ers
rr and vicinity that he now has in complete
REAR OP "EMPIRE HOl'SE
ltact nf HnHM Carriages. r.. which will
be let at the most reasonable rates. Passen
gers taken Mall parts of the country on short
notice and at low rates.
frtj- We also hare a large ana eommoaious
roL.T.iul 4.!ilnhU iBMnUrtiftn.
W! respectfnlly ask a liberal snareof public
patronage. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Remem
ber the place to get
tksd fiis at Lr?j Frisss ! !
Is at the new Livery Stable,
rear of Empire
IL T- UELXBOL
FLUID EXTRACT DUCHU,
la the only Know. Remedy for ltriwhta Dis
ease and has cured every cae of Diabetes in
which it bau been girtM), Irriiiition of U Nerk
of the bladder and intbimualiun ot 1 h KMne a.
tHeeration of toe Kidnea and Bladder, bften
Uoaof Una. Ihtmaen of the lYout Gtanri
Stone in the Uladdfr, Uravel, lirick 1um Depo
and Moeoua or Milky Iichsreea and fur ta
toablsd and lelicate Conatitntiona of both Bexn,
attended with tbe foUowins symptoms : Loss
of Power. Loss of Memory, Diffiealty of Breathing-,
Weak Nerves, Waaefolneaa, Pain in tho
Back, Flushing of the Body, JCrapt too on tbe Face,
P allidOotmtenoiee, Latwiiude of the8ysteat,ete.
Used by pcTsmta in tbe decline oc ehanre or
Ufa; alter coaanrmeiit or btbor paios, bed-weO
ting in ehildrrB, ete.
In many affect mm m peculiar to ladlea, the Sz
traet Buebn is uscou&) d by any other remedy
As in Oaknosis or lidUmtion, Irregularity, Pain
lumeasorSoppMsuDOiCutoD aiy Kvaeiiatjoaa.
Ulcerated or Hebirrus state of tho Uterus. Leu
corrbsaor Whites, ISierU'y, and for all com
plaints inctfent to tho a x. It is pMeribed
cvtensirely by tbe most eci:cnt Phyavnans and
Midwives for enlerblt-d au-t delijata coasutur
tiutu of both sexes and ail ages.
KEARNEY'S EXTRACT BtTCUTT,
$ Curt IHneanes Arising from Impmdertct,
Lttibilt Of biiwlion , Lie, in ail tin ir stages, at
liuie expenac, u ueurno change in dtft, no tn.
amvwurtKC, aol i oexpoatro. Itcaiaae a fre
quent drsire, and rives stifBtlb to Uiinatsv
liereby rem-ivnig Obsirnrtio:ia, l'iTentirtr and
Ctt:intr htik-tur aoilhd UrHhnt, Allayii rPan
and infiaiLinaifon, au -requentin tLwciacSi-f
tiaars, tun! tni-l nrja-1 l'wisuuouaiavatler.
KEACZT'S EXTRACT ElCla,
to any addnsnasrulrbmctnvtaA. ttklby
druggists eTcrywhere. Prepun-tl by
KEAKNEY A a., 104 Duane SU N. T.
to whom all lc-Uers tor iclArmaliuu ahoukl be
Avoid Quacks and Imposters.
Ho Charg-o for Advico and. Consultation.
Dr. J. TS. Iyoft. Graduate of Jefenm Medical
Cottage, 1 hi Uulvlphta, author or several valuabi
works, can lw conatute8 on ail dieass of the
(Sexual or Urinary Organs, (which he has mad
an especial study) either in male or fcuula, no
matter from what cause oritruiAtintf or of how
long standing. A practice of 80 years enabtea
aim t) treat disease vith auccem. Cuies guar
anteed. Charges reasonable, 'llmas at a dis
tance can forward letter dct-ibm symptoms
Send for 1 h Ottite to Jfcalth I'lKufi c-iiU.
J. B. lVOrr, il.l , J'f.yMr-ian and tHu-u
1U4 JJ.iano H , N'W Vork-
IF TOUW A N'T THE
Best MM Macie!
NOW IS USE,
Call on THORNTON BOLINC,
Agent for the
Aultman & Taylor Machines,
Or Mansfield. O.
A Nice Assortment of
limits Hod -Stones
Of the best Italian and American Marble, al
ways on nana, ana at 10 percent, less titan
me a awe can ue oougnt oi any trav-
AU Materials Warranted No. 1.
Shop on Main Street. 1 door west of Uhler A
Best Tiii j tie West
Atchison, Topeka & Santa
fee a. a.
2 SB X
THREE MILUON ACRES
Situated in and near tbe Arkansas Valley, the
Finest Fortion of Kansas.
Elerenjears' Credit. Seven per Cent. Inter
percent, reduction to settlers
A Free Pass to Land Buyers I
THE FACTS about this Grant ant Taw
Prices, Long Credit, and a rebate to settlers of
nearly oue-fourth; a rich soil and splendid
climate; short sod mild winters; early plant
ing-ana no wintering or siock; pientv or rata
ls!, and just at the riht seaMm; Coal, Stone
ana tsncKon tne line; eneap rates on Lumber,
Coal, Ac; no Lands owned by speculators;
Homesteads and Pre-emptions now abundant;
first -class Railroad on the line of a great
through route; Products will pay tor Land and
It is the best opportunity ever offered to the
public, through the recent completion of the
For circulars and general information.
Address, A. K. TuI ZALIN.
Manager Land Itepartnient,
S3 TofKKa, KaN.
Are now running tbeir Shops, anil are readv
do all jobs of repairing in their line.
i nev oave on nauu anu ior sale, l nreshing
Ifachlnes and Horse Powers that can't be ex
led, at lower prices than can be had else-
wnere. Tney nave on band.
Sulky Hay Rakes, Road Scrapers.
Plows, Points, Road Scrapers,
Farm Bells and Cast
ing of all Kinds.
Persons wanting anything in our line will
it to their interest to call as we iutend to
at low prices this season.
March 97th, 1873-tf.
J. & G. ADAMS,
a Ceneral Banking, Discount and
AGENTS FOR THE
North Pacific 7-30 Gold Loan,
most desirable Railroad security aowoa
hi. ih vacs.
For restoring to Gray Hair its
natural Vitality and Color.
which is at
ling the hair.
h toon re-
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color, with the gloss and freshness of
youth. Thin hair is thickened, ail
ing hair checked, and baldness often,
though not always, cured by its
use. Nothing can restore the hair
where the follicles are destroyed, or
the glands atrophied and decayed;
bat such as remain can be Bared by
this application, and stimulated into
activity, so that a new growth of
hair is produced. Instead of fouling
the hair with a pasty sediment, it
will keep it clean and rigorous. Its
occasional use will present the hair
from turning gray or falling oflj
and consequently prevent baldness.
The restoration of vitality it gives
to the scalp arrests and prevents
the formation of dandruflj which is
often so uncleanly and offensive.
Free from those deleterious sub
stances which make some prepara
tions dangerous, and injurious to the
hair, the Vigor can only benefit, but
not harm it. If wanted merely for
a HAIR DRESSING, nothing else
can be found so desirable. Contain
ing neither oil nor dye, it does not
soil white cambric, and yet lasts
long on the hair, giving it a rich,
glossy lustre, and a grateful perfume.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co.,
Practical and Analytical Chemists,
- LOWELL. MASS.
aoLS'BT ALL DEDOGI8TS ITOtTBtM.
Tor Ttliniarn of the Throat and Iioncs,
uch as Couzha, Col da, Whooping
Cough. iJronohjUa, A ash-ma. .
Amonc the mat
discoveries of mod
rn science, few ar
ef mora real value
to mankind tnan
'this effectual rem
edyfar all disease,
'of tbe Throat and
Longs. A vast tri
al of its vtrtoea,
throughout this and
other countries, hat
abown that it does
snrelj and effectually control them. The tes
timony of our best citizens, of all classes, es
tablishes the fact, that Chikbt Pbctokal
will and does relieve and cure the. afflicting
disorders of the Throat and Lungs beyond any
other medicine. The most dangerous affec
tions of the Pulmonary Organs yield to its
rawer; and cases of Consumption, cured
y this preparation, are publicly known, so
remarkable as hardly to be believed, were
they not proven beyond dispute. As a rem
edy it is adequate, oa which the public may
rely for full protection. By curing Coughs,
the forerunners of mora serious disease, it
saves unnumbered lives, and an amount of
suffering not to be computed. It challenge
trial, and convinces tha most sceptical.
Every family should keep it on hand as a
protection against the early and onperceived
attack of Pulmonary Affections, which are
easily met at first, but which become incura
ble, and too often fatal, if neglected. Tender
lungs need thia defence; and it is unwise to
be without it, As a safeguard to children,
amid the distressing diseases which beset the
Throat and Chest of childhood, Chskrt
Pictobal is invaluable; for, by its timely
use, multitudes are rescued from premature
graves, and saved to the love and affection
centred on them. It acta speedily and surely
against ordinary colds, securing sound and
health -restoring sleep. No one will suffer
troublesome lnflurmxa and painful Brass,
chitis, when they know how easily they can
Originally tbe product of long, laborious,
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or toil is snared in makinflr everv bottle in the
utmost possible perfection. It may be eonfi-
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! i . i
Dr. J. C AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical and Analytical Cbenaieta.
BOLD BT AIA DBUGOISTS TKBI WHKJUK.
K. J. CAME BOX.
J. H. BEECH ER.
Call the attention of the Farmers to a complete
I LUC OI
Of All Descriptions,
CJiampion Superior Rea- j
per C Mowers.
Buckeye Grain Drill.
Western Walking 4-Shovel
Sulky Hay Rakes.
Plows C Points in varieties.
PLACK OF BUSINESS
Opposite Empire House,
BTCall and See Ua.
CAMERON a BEECHER.
Panic Prices 1 1
CALL AND EXAMINE.
CASH PAD) F08 PRODUCE
Produce Taken in
change for Goods.
May t, ltTS. ttf
Dr. Sham's Siaetfle en rea Disneraia. Comitl.
w .V TS
nation. Vumitina of Food. Sour Stomach. Wa
Brash, Heart-bar. Low Spirit, te. In
year now failing toenra tha most
obatinate case. . Sold hv druariits renerall r.
KailT. A vent for llilleriburxs Ohio. !
vot. 145 ICichUkSt-N. I . Lirculara mailetl am
11 8. BURS A HYDE,
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A staltling expose of Kedieal Humbugs of
the past aud prdseni. It ventilates Quacks,
Impostors. Traveling Doctors. Patent Medi
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Tellers and Mediums, and gives interesting
account of Soted Physicians and Karrativea
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Of the United States.
1900 nam and 500 ensTavinas. printed
English aud German. Written by 0 eminent
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Case, Edward Howland, Rev. E. Edwin Hall,
Phillip Rinlev, Albert Brisbane, Horace Gree
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This work is a complete history of all bran
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Is cbaiieeti to one of fresbueaa and neaitii.
Thotie DImmm mf iMm Skii
removed. Sevrnla, mermiom Mmm
r the Eye Wtolte Swell.-., Uleen.
Old 8reit or any kind of Humor rapidly
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In fact It will do yon mot e good, and ear
yoa more speedily than any and all other
? (reparations combined. What ta ftf It is na
il re's own restorer l A soluble oxyd of iron
combined with the medicinal properties ot
Poke Root divested of all dlragreeaole quali
ties It will core any CferwaOe or Lsaff
htaBMlJnar IMaesui whose real or direct
eauae is bad blooil. atHewsatls , Tad
tn Llrabaor Bones, Cswtltsiaasma
kes down by Mercurial or other poisons,
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Te Yeauraef amMta
tea baa proved Dr.Crook w
w Ineoraaur to have morv
merit tbaa any similar
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lb pobUo. It 1 ricb. In
th. medicinal qualities of
Tar, and nnequaled ior
dlaeenea of the Vhawast aft
1, . a; a , performing til.
s?V cT most remarkable cai
ZJ - many eases of Asi
remarkable curea. it
many cases of Asttiima
sv it uaa been pronouacea s
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