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"Boy at the door wants to know
if you'd like to buy a missionary
cabbage V .
I do not think much of cabbage:
bat a missionary cabbage, 1 was
sure, must have some extra qual
ities, which might make it worth
buying, so I went to the door
and fcund it had. ,
1. It was raised by a poor lame
Sabbato-school scholar. -
S. It was raised for the love be
had to his Savior, and from a de
sire to do something to spread
his kingdom. - - -.
3. It was brought a mile slung
on his shoulder.
t . I bought, the cabbage, and
sent it to eke out the dinner
of a toor widow with four ' chil
dren. The little bo v thankfully
took the sixnence oaid for his
cabbage and put it in his charity
box, to give to some child poorer
than he. .Perhaps it may be tne
means of bringing one two
three to Jesus Christ ; and . the
little lame" boy may some time
meet in heaven those who came
there by this simple act of pious
Not many years since, a worthy
mechanic, living near Lake Supe
rior received a present of a rose
wood box, which, rrom its weight
evidently contained a commodr
ty of considerable value. The
ingenus man, not being able to
account for its source, opened the
box, not by the lid but by taking
off the bottom. To his conster
nation. ' he iound an infernal
machine attached to the lid, sur
rounded with sufficient gunpow
der to destroy himself, wife and
children, and level his house
with the ground. .." .
Sufh represents the man who,to
your face,receives you with sauv
ity, smiles and friendly profes
sions, and, as you go your way,
Etabs you in the back with the
vile dagger of falsehood and then
pours into your bleeding wound
the direful venom of his slander.
The tongue, under the inflo
ence of wicked passions, is an un
ruly evil, ful of deadly poison,a
Hre and a world of iniquity, curs
ing men which are made in the
similitude of God.
Like the merciless and lurking
torpedo sometimes used in naval
warfare, which, upon being sim
ply come in contact, blows, a no
ble ship into countless fragments
and its precious cargo of human
souls unwarned out ot the . world
into eternity, is the unsanctified
tongue of your gossiping and mischief-loving,
-or your covetous
Tout business competitor, who
undertakes to injure your repu -tation
for the gain of dollars and
cents, will, in the presence of in
numerable witnesses, hear his
appaling account read off from
the accurately posted pages of
God's ledger at the day of Judg
ment. , I
uWhat have my class done for
Jesus since last we met?" asked
the teacher of a large infant class
one sabbath morning. . .
One said, "1 have earned some
money for the heathens by doing
errands;" another, "I tend rur
sick, baby;" another, "I fetch
hunchback Billy to school, with
the boys a laughing at me." One
after another told, in a half bash
ful, half-exultant way, of the ac
tivities and self denials of the
week, so pleasing to the teacher,
and, still more to Him who said,
"Suffer little children to come
At last a little four-year old
hand was streched up, and movod
hastily to and fro to attract the
"Well my dear, what ae doing
to please Jesus f
The little eager face flush with
excitement as the unxpected re
ply came, "1 scrubs. '
Some of the older children tit
tered; but the teacher sobered
them at once by saying. .
ies, little .Molly's share in
the work mv class is doing for
Jesus is as important as anv.
she tries to help her mother by
scrubbing a bench or a table.even
if. it has to be done over after her
she earns the same smile of love
as the older ones who can do er
rands and earn money for the mis
'She hath done what she could
is the highest praise that can be
spoken of any one; and little Mol
ly has done that
Half a Victory.
l win ten you now it was.
jacK bad been told he must not
go to see a certain boy called
Sam without asking his father's
permission. Sam lived in a place
where mere were a great many
boys, and Jack loved dearly to be
with them. There were many
thmgs to .play with, and every
thing, was very pleasant. - One
day some of the boys said to Jack
"Come let's go down to Sam's."
So Jack started with them, al
though he knew he was not doing
right. . . But after he had gone
some' distance, his conscience
troubled him so much that he
could bear it no longer. He was
disobeying his father, and he
could not be happy. He deter
mined he would leave the bovs
run home and ask his father's per
mission, ana men ne could go
witn tnem witn a light heart.
But he was ashamed -to tell all
this to the boys, so he pretended
he did not want to go any farth
er, and said: "Oh boys, I don't
care to go down there; I'm going
home." So he started back to
ask his fathei's permission. This
was given, and he went off mer
rily, almost overtaking the boys
in his haste to get there.
Now this was only half a vie
tory. It was better than noth
ing, but it was not a right good
honest victory. If little Jack
had ; done quite right, he
would have said at first, "Boys, I
can't go with you, until I have
asked father.t That would have1
been a whole victory. He would
have told the truth and been obe
Ldient ;too. Selecttd. . i , ? .'
A New Way to Mend Faulty
The use of wires for correcting
reverbration in interiors has been
subject to some very recent ex
periments in the Cathedral of St
Finn Barre, Cork, Ireland. The
nave of the cathedral is of ex
ceeding height and very narrow.
The point whence the sound start
ed( where the decks were) was at
the intersection of tne nave and
transepts. The organ was in
gallery at the west end, and or
ganist there seated had always
been able to near more distinct
ly than the people sitting two
. i - , . i ,
tnirus uie way aown the nave.
Those sitting close to the pillars
heard with special indistinctness.
These were the conditions of the
problem. Wires were first strain
ed at the level of the triforium.
Dot produced no material effect
A double course of wires was
then stretched about the piers of
tne central tower at- the height
of twelve or fifteen feet, with the
result of considerably improving
tne acoustic properties of the in
tenor. The wire, which may be
so minute as to le scarcely per
ceptible, breaks the soundwaves,
and thus corrects the reverbera
Treatment of Old Strawberry
Now that the fruit is gathered.
the question comes up in the
minds of many, what shall be
done with strawberry beds ? We
ao not generally recommend at
tempting. J to. keep i strawberry
beds over winter to bear the sec
ond year, but in some instances
have done so with good success,
If we are to keep them over, we
mow on all the leaves as closely
as possible.' and then cut out
walks and weed the whole, and
it is possible that they will give
good results' next Tear.' Seme
adopt a different plan, which may
occasionally work well. After
the crop is gathered, run a plow
tnrougn the rows, plowing under
ail tne vines except a strip about
a foot in width, where the rows
were originally set, . and then
level off the ground and let the
plants left make runners and cov
er the space plowed. If the seas
on be very favorable and the
ground rich, 'this' may possibly
pay, but not generally. We be
lieve that, three cases out of ibur
it is better not to attempt to keep
sixawoerry peas over, uur own
plan m to set a new bed every
spnng, and turn under the old
one. If the plants are set in hills
where they can be hoed and kept
free of weed, they may, and gen
ally will do well for three or four
years. For small gardens this
is a good cway to' grow ; this
fruit v - .rt .en-;'1
Care of Horses Legs.
Few men who handle horses
give proper attention to the feet
and legs. Lspeciallv is this the
case on farms. Much time is of
ten spent in rubbing, brushing
and smoothing the hair on' the
sides and hips, but at no time are
the teet examined and properly
cared for. Now, be it known, that
the feet of a horse requires more
care than the body; they require
ten times as much; lor in one re
spect they are almost the entire
horse. All the grooming that
can be done won t avail anv
thing if the horse is forced to
stand where the feet will be filthy.
In this case the feet will become
disordered, and then the legs will
get badly out of fix, and with bad
(eet.and bad legs there is not
much else of the horse fit for any
thing Stable prisons generally
are terribly severe on the feet
and logs of horses, and unless
these buildings can afiord -a. dry
room where a horse can walk
around,lie down,or roll over,they
are not one half so healthy to the
horse as the pasture, and should
be avoided by all good hostlers In
Care of House Plants.
A lady in Kansas gives her
plan of caring for house plants as
follows : "1 liye in a frame h-suse
and last winter kept fifty pots of
irflp i. 1 j
uiuerent Kinus 01 geraniums, ros
es, afuchias, and remontant pinks.
all oi wmcn receivea tne same
kind of treatment, and in the
spnng my plants were very
nealtny, and tne leaves of a dark
green color. Many came to me
for slips in preference to the
green house. Every two weeks
all winter I would take a hand
ful of tobacco stems, and stoep
them by pouring boiling wa ter
over them until it looked like
strong tea; then when it cooled
enongh to bear the hand, I pour
ed it over tne plants, bometimes
the leaves would wilt for a few
moments.and then straighten out
and have that bright fresh look
they, have in the summer after
shower. Then I : would" weaken
the tea, a little more, and . wet
the ground in ; the pots; and I
had no red spider nor green fly-"
VtcMs rloral Gutde.
To make court-plaster, lake an
halfounie ol benzine ana 'six
ounces of rectified spirits: dis
solve and strain; then take ! one
ounce of isinglass and half a pint
hot water; dissolve, strain sep-
erateiy from the former. - v Mix
the two, and set them aside to
cool, when a jelly will be formed;
warm this, and brush it ten or
twelve times over a piece of black
silk stretched smootn. vv nen dry
brush it with a solution made
from four ounces of China turpen
tine and six ounces of tincture of
benzine. ; . ' "
One might a well skin a horse
and expect it to work, as to skin
farm and expect it , to grow
Baked eggs. A matron: Beat
six eggs, one tablespoonful of
flour, six of sweet milk; melt
your butter m the trying-pan;
I l . . .i i i
WOen COt, turn tne WDOle ID. Well I
beaten, and take in a hot oven.
KEW ARRLVGEMENT !
Lumber ,?ard I
Hae completed their wwweHi and bare
vw im Cull operation loeir
A-ftd srill keep eonrtmntlr oa hand every de-
, eenpum ox
' Cossistiat; is partef j
Lumber, Timber, Battens,
Siding, Lath, Shingles, .
Moulding & Flooring,
Surfaced flt Match
, ed Lumber,
,. Doors and Blinds, ; -
: frames. .Castings - - -Balusters,
Railings, Sash, etc.. -etc.
SajrSnrfxcliif ud Matching none to'orCrr
Builders tanners and 'others in wrat of
Limber, er ani-thine; else 1m our UM,uue
lowest prices, five us a call.
Once and Tanl Wait End of Main Street.
Dear we image.
Frwioh, Rood McCulloch.
liillenhant, O- Feb. 8. 18JI ""; S8tf
At Wholesale and Retail,
Sold Cheaper Than
JAS. CURRY & SOUS,
; w ' v . v
Currv's can't be undersold in Lum
ber, Doors, Sash, Blind3,tLatht .
Shingles, fec., Ac-
i n " f "
.odd) i i
i - -
any ane else dorns business here,
t ' fenwre
Left. Best in tti
worM. We oer BT0VESJ
TIN W KK, and in tact all rood! in our line to
customers, iiui tne poorest juaffe can reaany
are worth nearly as much snore. We can
you will not soon see their like again.
We are the exclusire areata for J. A. LAW
SON'S and see one that weirha 2000 nonnds. Will
heat any sised house in the coldest weather
witn a ousnels of coal.
Don't forget the place. X eoor west of Em
GOOD - B7E
TO THEM. T
WE ABE SELLTNO .;
STOVES, ' ""
best qnallty and mannfactnre, for LS8
vm-m. LinR IITUM in Ml IT U. AlWU.
. DO MORE ASO BETTER
Established in 1838.
Re-Establislied in 1869.
C.G.IIammer fc Son
Mannfactnrer, Of Pine and Mnriinm Fnrnirnrw
eery desor. ,Uon and iiriee, haasl-madeand
uirior in style? and Quality than found in
or any other Furniture House this side of
Photographs and Price Lists sent on applica
tion, or whun in the citr don't rort tii. nlte
nlrn or too Large Golden Chair. iL 48 and SO
Sereath Arenue, Pittsburgg, l'a, tXyl
Farm for Sale.
150 Aoreo of Land, -,
Monroe rn- ITolrafis m.hin lrnllMtt.
Millersburr. Well adapted ta I nil t culture.
peach and two rood aopla orchards. All
nuro state or cultivation. Well watered.
" w ouurencs oi several rnioralnTlons.
sell all or a part, rsr further Informs-
D AXIIL FBISCtL
n. p. Mccormick,
WITCHES, CLOCKS, JEVTELRF. SPECTlfLES, &C,
SELYER & PLATED' W-AJRE, "j j
: ; musical xzrsTBUMEirrs, &&
AU Kind of . Repairing Neatly Done.
e Wa tham and
? I American
p. , aPWTriTlOW MAP A T
Pure Blooming Compiexion.
i It la Tnir TmMili, and Ha opetaUoa to
and Dantea. apeDtn( dark and wlaXly
pota. Dniea aay "in. rracuea ana i
Mn. ana Mia aaaue not l
aaantkia the ikaadekai
IOUrHFUL BLOOM kSa BK1CTT.
Sola by B Di mfetala aaJ ftacy Btorea, Da
jot, a Park Ptaofc Sew lork.
LATEST FASHIONS !
B, F. HETTINGER,
Over Voorhes A ITudson1 Stove and Tin Store,
Main street, ailliersourg, o.
All work entrusted to him will receive prompt
attention and will ne maae up in tne
Latest Style I
And in the best and most durable manner.
Warranted to five entire satisfaction.
CIVE HIM A
The Great Cause.
Jost Pablisbed. in & Sealed Envelope, price 6V.
A lAtnm on th Vstnrf TrOmtoient an i
Rafiiol Cure of Seminal Weakness or Sper-
mitttoiTRoea, in'lurt or w f- AOyse. invol
untary Ktniseton., Icnpotenc.r, Kervou Uebil
itv, nud hniietiiments to Marriage Generally;
onsumption, bpuepsv aoa r its. nni.i uu
PhvKirMl Inn&Dsu-itr. etc.. bv RoBIKT f. CUL-
vervkll. M. D author of tne Ureeo Book. Ac.
The renownetl author, in tnis aamiraoie lec
ture clear! v proves from his own experience
th.t the Ww fn I eunseoiiences of Self-Abue
may he effect nail y removed wit hoot medicine
and without dangerou surgical operations.in
strumenu. ring or cordials, pointing out a
mtde of cure at ouce certain and effectual, by
means of which every sufferer, no matter what
uia condition may be, may cure himelf cheap-
iv. urivautsiv. inn fmaik-xi i t . j 11 1 iituic mui
nrove a boon to thousands and thousands.
Sent, under seal, in a plain envelope, to any
address, postpaid, on receipt of six cents, or
iwo postage stamps, oy suiuressmg uic jiuu
Address the publishers, -
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Flour, Grain and Mill Stuffs,
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And Purchaser of
WOOI, PRIEI FRUIT,
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Attention Invalid Pensioners.
As the act March 3d, Ifm, rivea yon Increas
ed Pensions If your disabilities have Increased
her leave to say that If von hnve KKASOK
BEI.IKVE that Tour disability IIAB Ir.
CREA8KD the BEST WAY to TEST THE-
MATTER Is to ao-jlv tome In person or bv let.
ter. Clroular and ''OOrlal Blanks" free and
charres unless successful
oniv. Wat E. PRESTO.
Then leral rees
Claim Agent, Xo.au) Superior at., Clavelan
I. V . X.I.
2 .4. a I W M
' TSPCfiEL A TEOBTABLS PESPABITTOH.
i. RapoaeabnplTof waltknown ROOT,
H E R B S -nod F R U ITS , eomhined wilA otbw
1 Aptrieat, SnMtiaoa, Dinraticr, Altentlva and
cient qnantity of' spirit from the SVOaR
CASK to keep Cum in anj cUmaU, which
. eoeof tbe meat duUsbls TosisVie aanV Om-
uuurtiea in toe world. . Bmv are iniiadsa1
ooHtobaiisedM ft medldatv and -l7io
coraUag to tiixoctioM. -
- Thy r the ftbeetMior of tt Mblm&
3Mmtsv3a. -Apey upon awwww UTg. wag
titnalxte to cuch ft dogree thst healthy ftottoa
ia at onca brcnjU about. Aa a remedy to which
WMakH avtc capacaallr anbjaci it la anpar-
acding arary otnor aamniaati Aa asprima;
tttad Saunmer TomIc they bave no puL
Th?yartamild and gentle PurpTtiTe aa Weil aa
Toole They purify the baod. Tbay an a
Thar mritr and inrifforate. ThT enra Dya
pepaia. Constipation and Headache. Tbay act
aa a apeeuw ia au epacieaor uaoraera wmcn
Txndarmine the bodHj strengtb and braak don
. Depot, 63 Prk PUoe, Saw iork.
Notice to Teachers
rrHE BOARD OF EXAMIXEftS of Holmes
1 Conntv. Om will b?ld xaminatlon$' of
Tuacners for the er.su lor vear. ia Koom So. 7.
union scnool isnuaing, at Miiiersburg, on
AUGUST Wth; ;j
September nth and 27th;
OCTOBER llth and 45th;
NOVEMBER 8th and 22d;
WEINSBURO, September SOth;
NASHVILLE, October 4th;
MAPOLEON, October 18th.
These Examinatiou wilt oaeo at 914
k. A. M.. and close atSo'chick P. M.The
claw will not be open lor acimissioa of applh
oanta after 10 o'clock. The Board has done
away with the practice of ante-dating oertid
cates. So one is fully competent to enjraa-e i
school till after obtaining a eertiUcate from the
Board of School Examiners. It is required by
the terms of the school law. that ever? teacher
mtwt te quaiuieu u teacn urtnrofrapuy, ueaa
ins. W ritina. Arithnietic. Geotrraohv and Eae
lish Grammar, and possesses an adequate
Knowledge or i neory aoa rractice or xcaco
Ko aUentkm will be glren to applicants for
prirate examinAtiona. Testimonials of good
moral cnaractvr, Bieoea oy ai least iwo respon
sible persons, will be required of each eandi
date. These testimonials must be Dlaced ia t
stamoed enrelone. unsealed, and addressed
with the aame and post-tllc of the candidate
ana presented on ine a ay oi exanioaiiOBt.ior
tiflcatea will be of fbiir grades, to-wit: Six
Months. Twelve Months, Eighteen Months,
Twenty-four Months. Certificates of Six
Months beings rery low grade and trial oertlfl
cata. mar be issued a second time to the same
applicant, if circumstances require. A fee ox
cents is required of erery candidate in ad
ranee oi examinaiion.
By onler of the Board; "
LEWIS A, BEKBOCT, Clerk.
Jan. re-gStf. (,
The First National Bank
OF s-i -
Capital Faid ial
ROBERT LONG, President.
B. C. BROWN. Cttshiar.
ROZIKT LOKO, ' VT. '.If. GlBSOIt.
U. Biovn. ... jaao Putnam.
H. XaWTON. ' John E. Koch, JR-
Da. joil Fouhiil
Discount Notex Receive! Depot-
ties, and Transact! a if en era I
' ' Banking Business.
1873 Spring 1873
Grand Annual Opening
mmm, goods i
New Stylet and New Management
lbs. Wholf & Miss Myers,
pleaea to announce to tne citizens of MII
lersburgand the publie in trtmenil, thai they
now prepared to do all manner of work in
their Una, la the latest and mtH improved
tityle. In addition they make- specialtr In
doing over all kinds of old Straw and Leghorn.
A I! work done "promptly" and aatifaetioti
warranted ia erery ease. Wa will endeavor
keep up a full tapply of everything per
taining to our busine, such as .i
BONNETS, HATS Jb ALL
JS.1JX JJS TRIM
MINGS, Neck Ties, Handkerchiefs,
Crloves, Hose, Jewelry,
, ' 1 Ferfamery,
A full assortment of FANCY GOODS, Ac
extend a rot-dial Invitation to everybody
hj oaii ana see us. no srouoie to
AIIII8 EMMA AtTER.
April 1,1871. .. - . . Mm
: r'MU-!'. ;:!
-I C 1
I ii r tj
I irs nriJi ill J-
Attention Everybody i
' CALL AT
" axd bc tora
" TIN, COPPER
Of swr w maniiCaotare. , , Also dealers in
13 It. NICKOL'S
Wrongjit - Iron Furnaces !
Manufactured by L. 3 . ItattiMa, Oeveland, O.
We are Sole Manufacturers of
' ' BURGESS
PATENT CHIMNEY - TOP,
Gothle aoape Prevents Chimneys from smok-
: l-l ...ill ' . ... Jnt ...
Job Work of All Kinds
'jlAtS A SPECrAlTT.. .
" In Conrtney A Appleton's Block,
4-ltf .V- MfLl-ERSBCRG.O.
B. ft. DOKNtU-t.
u ... .'-. f.
n WOOSTER,.0. ..
B. Barrett & Co,
. :i: ) - " -
MANUFACTURERS OF -
Sheet -Iron Work.
Castings, for Crist and Saw
, Mills,... .
And all kinds of Brass Catinpt and Ateam Gas
Pipes and Fit. jars kept con tan Ur
Steam Engines Boilers
WM. H. GAUD.
I would resiiectrullr announce that I keen
constantly on hand a good supply of
Fresh Groceries and
at low ngnres." FRESn MEATS of aU kinds
can be nad dally.
AT ALL HOURS.
Main Street, opposite tbe Book Shore. .
tOtt . WM. H. GAJIO
LOOK THIS WAY
: HAS JVSX BKCEIVED THE ,.
Spi anil Sninmer Styles
FOR 1873; i;;
In his New Boon. One Door West of Bird's
,i. i . Clolninf Store. ...
Work Warranted to Fit!
And made in the IdUest and 3Iost Approved
niyiea.-, .,. .
' I am still Asnt (br the '
Singer Sewing Mach ine I
And keep Xeedlsi and Oil, of tbe best qnallty,
t&CalI and see mo. - , S4m3
JOHN P. DEAN,
Carpenters' and Blacksmiths Tools, Shovels,
Spades, Scythes, Snathes, Hoes, Forks and
Bakes, together with a large and varied stock
of Hardware and Cutlery, snitable for the
trade, at greatly reduced rates. ' . 3yt
The Singer Sewing Machine
The Singer Manu-
(iW, last year, over
than any other com
pany. Sold for cash
or good promissory
notes, or on monthly
nayment. Oils, Set-
dies and attachments
kept on hand.
Machines kept t Negelpsch's Store.
WM. OOMER, Agent,
Im- ... itU-LKKSBUHli, O.
A J J
li76ir,ai Sale stui.
Kespectfnny informs the Altizena of Mil!er-
burgana viciui.y u .-r.
REAR OF "KM PIKE HOCS t" -
jt. t tT.KM ruriim. &c which, will
be let at the most reasonable rates. l"n
(erstakentoallpartsor tbe country on saort
notice ana at low rates.
JOT We also have alar re and eoanaodioas
FenTand Sale Stable in connection.
W HNnwtrnllr ak m liberal share Of DUDlIC
narronaite atufaction guaranteed. Alemera-
ner cne place to ges
Is at the new Livery Stab'e, rear of Empire
House. , . W. U. rUKVS
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU,
9 la the only-Kaon Betnedy Cor Brlchta D
aa and baa eared every ease of Diabctva m
vhieb n ba been grirMj, Irritation of tbe Keck .
of Uie BUddwatl frnfUniraation ol Kidney a,
TJkaratktaof tbe Ktdnea and Bladder, Retear
thof Unne, Diseaaea of the Prostate Gland.
Stone ia tbe Bladder, Gravel, Brick Duet reiahV
sad U noons or Milky Dischargee, and for n- .
feebled and DelieateOoaatitntionaof both 8n em,
attended with tbe foUowimr symptoms: Los
of fower, Lose of Memory, rhmcaUy of Breath
ina-. Weak Jierwa, Wakefalnesa, Pain in tbe
Back. FioaJnnfof the Bod y.Kruptioe on the Face,
Pallid Oonntenanee, Laiwitade of tbe System, etc.
TJeed by persona in the deeiine or ehantie of
file; alter eoBflncment or labor peine, bed-wet
tiny in children, ete.
In many afectiensTtecnliarto ladfea, the Sa
traotBuetmia anequait-d by any otWr remedy
Aa in Cbtorosis or Betention, Irregularity, Pain
falneaaor8appreeBaon oi Customary traataatioae.
Ulcerated or Hohimia state of the U tenia. Leo .
corrrrtta or Whltea, sterility. asz lor au
piainta inctaeu to ute s x. x w
trvtawnsirclv bv the most eminent Phvs
Midvivea for enlvb.od an t del rate
tione of both sexes and all tecs.
KEABNET'S EXTRACT BTJCHfJ, ,
t Qnva Diswi Arising rom Jmpntdencm,
uuiiiU Qf DuHvatioa, Etc., 1 1 a. 1 1 1 t ir sttia, at
Uitle espettee, ii; uj er no chuig9 iu diet, no Id
convenieive, and i o exposure. t causes a fre-.
qnent dtsire, and elvea strength to Urinate,
tiieroby renfrnDi; Obstnvtioiis, ieventin and ;
CnTinr fit tcnr of the Urvthra, AllayiBs; Pain
and I nflammatlon, ao tteqncnt in tbts cla-s of
eases, and expel iiir ad Pbiooooi uattcr.
KEASXCY'S EITKACT aCVCIa;v
$1.00prrhott!ooraix bottle for $5.00, d-liTrred
to any cdorv.seuie from clt vat lua. fculdby
drngsistnerv-rywhrTe. Prepared by .
KE ARNEY CO., 104 Daane Rt., N. Y.
to whom all letters tar iniormatiun aaoald be
Avoid Quacks and Impostors.
Ho Charse for Advlea and Oo&enitaaieav
- Dr. J. B. Ppott, Graduate of Jefermm Media
CotUgtt Philauulpbia, author of several valuable
works, can be consulted on all diseases of tbe
Bcxual or Urinary Organs, (which he has made
an especial study) either in male or female, no
matter irom what cause originatins; ci of now
king standing. A practice of 80 years enables
him to trert disease tnth sneeess. Cures guar-.
an teed. Charree reasonable. Those at a dis
tanes can forward letter denn-ibin symptoms
and encloeintT stnnip to prepay pnntafre.
Bend for the OtdJe to Iltalih. l'nc 10 eeiita.
J. B. JUVOTT, U .! , i'hy-i.-iaw and bureM
-: lot luane Mi , New Yurfc.
IF TOUW ANT THE
Best TlresMnE luti!
. .'. ' JiOW IX CSE,
Call on THORNTON BOLINC,
Agent for the
Aaltman & Taylor Machines,
Of at ansftcld. O.
A Xice Assortment of .
Moiwils i H-SMes
Of tbe best Italian and American Marble, al
- wavs on hand, and at 15 percent, les thaa
the same can ba bought of an 7 tray- ;
eliDK Agent. . . '
All Materials Warranted No. 1.
Shop on Main Street, 1 door west of Uhler A
tf JOHN CETZ.
Best Ti j 'i .West
AtcMson, Topeka & Santa
' ' Ki A. x m s
THREE MILLION ACRES
Situated in and near th Arkansas Valley, tbe
jrineM jrorun &aasa .....
Eleven years' Credit. Seren per Cent. Interest.
i per cent, reauccioncosecuers
who improve. "
A Fre Past to Land Bnyersl
THE FACTS about this Grant are Low
Prices, Long Credit, and a rebate to settlers of
nearly one-fourth; a rich soil and splendid
mate; snon ana miia winters; eany pians
;and no wintering- of stock; plenty of rain
t and lust at the risht season: Coal. Stone :
and Brick on tbeline: cheap rates on Lnmber.
Coal. tc; no Lands owneil by speculators;!
Homesteads ana ire -eruptions now auunaant;
a llrst-elass Kail road on the line of a treat 1
tnroueth route; jrroaocta wui pay ur ianu ana
It Is the best optwrtunitT ever offered to the
pnMie, turougn tne recent completion or the
jor circulars ana general inform at ion, ; 1
Address, A. . I'OUZAIJN,
Manager Land Department,
23 Totbea, Kan.
Are now running their Shop, and are readr
to do all jobs of repairing in their line ;
They have on band and for sale. Threshing
ai at nines anu iiorsc niwera matcan'c oe ex
celled, at lower prices than can be had else-
wuere. xney nave on nana.
Sulky Hay Rakes. Road Scrapers,
Plows Points, Road Scrapers.
Farm Bells and Cast
ing of all Kinds.
Persons want.nir nnvthlnr In onr line will
find it to their interest to call as we intend to
sell at low prices this season.
M int) -.7 b. 1873-tf.
J. & G. ADAMS,
Do m Ceneral Banking, Discount and
ACKNTS FOB THE
North Pacific 7-30 Gold Loan,
The most desirable Railroad security now on
iso in uraci. .
7v ' ; tt T HELHBOaU. ) .. ;
Is widely knows
as one of the most
dies ever discov
ered far cleans-
ling tne system
ana purifying tbe
'blood. It has
stood the test of
' Tears, with a con
repntataOTli hae4 on it intrinsic wrtoea,
and anstained by its remarkable cores.
So mild as to be safe and beneficial to
children, and yet so searching as to
effectually jrarze oat the great corrup
tions of the blood, each, as the' scrof
ulous and , syphilitio oorrtaiiinaiion.
Impurities or disrates that have larked
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 emptiro disorders of
the skin, Tumors, Blotches, Boils,
Pimples, Pustules, Sores, St.
Anthony's Fire, Rose or Ery
sipelasv Tetter, sslt Kbenm,
Scald Head, Ring-worm, and in
ternal Ulcerations of the Uterus,
Stomach, and liver. It also cures
other complaints, to which it would not
seem especially adapfrd, swh aa Drop-
sv, Dyspepsia, Pits, Nearalgia,
Heart Disease, Female Weak
ness, Debility, and Leucorrhoea,
when they are manifestations of the
scrofulous poisons. ' ' 1 '
It is an excellent restorer of health
and strength in the Spring. By renew
ing the appetite and vigor of the diges
tive organs, it dissipates the depression
and listless languor of the season.
Even where no disorder appears, people
feel better, and live longer, for cleansing
the blood. The system moves on with
renewed vigor and a new lease of life.
PSXPARMD BT "
IV. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
SOLD BT ALt. PattJGOlST STEBTWBSKS.
- .-,a- ; "" " - ! 1" -.
Ayer's Ague Oure,
Tar Fever and Asa. Intermittent Fe
ver, Chin Fanrer, Bemitfeent Fever,
Dumb Ans Periodioal or Bilioos Fe
ver, Ao., and indeed aU the afleotiona
" whioh ariae from aialarinns, -', or
. .iBiasmatto poianna. ... .
.. So oae remedy ia loader
' '-' Mlbri K. ,K. uh.
( ef the American people than
.. a aura and eats can for
' Fever mmm Aawv. Such
we are now enabled to offer.
(M11 witn a perfisct certaintr sbat
it will eradicate the disease, and with assur
ance, founded on proof, that bo harm can
arlBe from tta use In any quantity. -
That which protects from or prevents this
disorder most be of i"-" aartke in the
communities where it prevails. TVeeenttoa
is better than cure; lbr the patient escapes the
risk which he must ma m violent attacks of
this baleful distemper. Tbia "CUBJt" expels
the miasmatic poison of sTerer avnal Aarn
from the system, and pieeutt the develop
ment of tbe disease, if taken on the first
approach of iu premonitory symptoms. A
great eupertority of this remedy over any
other ever discovered for the speedy and cer
taia core of Intermittent, la, that it rfmtains :
no Quinine or mineral; consequently it pro
duces no qoiniatn er other injuriooa effects
whatever npon tbe eonstltatioB. Those onnod
by it are left as healthy aa if they had never
had tbe disease.
- Veres- ausst jAaree Is not slone the eon
sequence of tbe miasmatic poison. A great
variety of disorders arise from its irritation,
among which are ssaralrla, sxawaiamav
OasB, eaews, M.ea'Th., Bllislnaaa,
Taeuathe, Ataratcke, Castarrh, Astav
nasv, Pmlatstassva, Betafhil AsTeetieai
efsaie pleBL, Hywertca, rmlm las saw
ntowela, Cellc, Permlvaia, and derange
ment of the Stomach, all of which, when
originating ia this eaasevpnt on the inter
mittent type, or becoaae periodical. This
"Cobs" expels the poison from the blood,
and consequently cures them all alike. It is
an invaluable protection to hnmigranta and
persons travelling or temporarily residing in .
tbe malarious districta. , If taken occasion. .
ally or daily while exposed to the Infection,
that will be excreted tram the system, and
cannot accumulate in sufficient quantity to
ripen Into disease. Hence it ia even more
valuable for protection than cure; and tew
will ever culler from Intermittents if they
avail themselves of the protection this rem.
For Liver Complaints, arising from torpid,
ity of the Liver, It is aa excellent remedy,
stimulating tne Liver into healthy activity,
and producing many truly remarkable cures,
where other medicinea fail. '. .
nrpiBrfl str ; ;
Dr. J. C ATE It CO., Lowell. Mass,
FyaeMeel saaT AxmlmtUal CmemUtM,
AKS BOLD ALL ROUND TBS WORLD.
: f . H. BEECRER.
Call the attention of the Farmers to a complete
Of AU Descriptions,
Champion A Superior Rea-
Vibrator Thresher. '
Buckeye Grain Drill.
Western Walking 4-Shovel
Sulky Hay Rakes. ,
Plows t Points invarieties
PLACE OF BU8INK3S
Opposite Empire House,
tyCall and See Us.
CAMERON & BEECHER.
v i: '..
Fanio Prices I
CALL AND EXAMINE.
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ataj t, urn.
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I TRiOT N
That Pals, TeUow, 'S7-LooUbf Siia
ia changed te one of freshness and neaith.-1
Those ais eases eg Saw Sklau Ftaeplee, j,;
rawtwlea, Blatrhea and Irarattteau are
removed. Saffala. Bevofstseme 1
or aaie Cvsm. Whitai Bmrelllu. Usees-
OM Basts or smy kind of Humor raptdly I
dwindle and disappear under its Influence.
Ia tact it will do von snore good, and eore1'-11
you more speedily thaa any and all other fi
prepexatlona eombined. mat Is It I It Is na
ture v ova restorer I Asolubleonydof irom -:l
eombined with tbe medicinal properUee of
Poke Root divested oar ell dlaagreeabU quail-
ties It will cure any Cat rem te or ls.g
aUanssliaia; Plseesa whose real or direct
cause Is bad kleeaU atbi inellasai.Fmiate
tai Limb, or Beaiea, CeasOtiilltws srw
ftem ssvs oy jsemunai er otaer poieona, '
UUI1M VI wisrvA j 1
rorfiywAUlla, or BrwAvt.
I nothibc equal to it. A
tt. ASH FOB 0k.
litse sejsss, were m i
Spisil will Bkreve f
CSMSOKft COMMrjATT TBCA W
CS0O&7S WLE OF TIB I
Teas Tear) erapwMIe ,
feet has proved Dr.Croofc'a 1
iwasrrar to have more ,
sneriS thaa any similar
tbm public It as Hca la
trie medicinal qualities of
Tar, and aneqnaoed tat
.re, penorminsj tne
efBwCuelly rare, all Oregas '
aadCatsa. I thaa cared so
many eases of asta
aaasl Pr sasriitrle. that at ;
w2sb. SDseHo sSr tbeea cons
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T V spirits, depreaaloav lavolsustavw
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asms M aweaaeaf , aM tsAremteaseel tea
potessce, tmbeeilttT, SA-t a eerrer-
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