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Fireside Department. To be Sure, of Course, I Know.
Itis s&i tkatwhen the swallw
wi finit made, he was so pleased
with bar long -wings, and her
forked tail, and her swift flight,
that she did not set about build
incr her nest in proper time, and
itqaite went ent of her head
hew to build one at all. 6b at
last, after many attempts, eho
thought she would go to some
good-natured bird and ask for
little help. Of all the birds she
thought the thrush looked the
mest good-natured, and sho teld
her difficulties to the thrush, and
asked for advice.
"Oh, to be sure,'' said the
thrush; "I'll soon show you
first take a few 'bents as we
call these old grass (talks."
"Oh, yes, to be sure," said the
""Hen get a lump of clay, and
then another "
"To plaster them."
"Ah, yes, I knew "
"Plaster them se "
"Yes, to be sure "
"Oh lyes, I know," said the
"I then turn it up so," said the
"To be sure oh, yes."
"And then," the thrush tried
;Of cenTSe,' interrupted the
Well," said the thrush, "you
seem to know all about it quite as
well as I do, bo. I need not delay
any lenger but go off to my eggs.
Good-day:" and away she flew.
But they had only bui't half
round the nest, and, for the lite
Of her, the poor swallow could not
make out how to do the other
side. 60 she stuck the side she
did know how to build upon a
wall, and pretended to be very
content ;but the other birds often
make little jokes upon "the bird
with half a nest." The Methodist.
One day Tommy rushed into
the kitchen crying out, "Mother,
mother, there is an old woman
down in the road sitting on a log ;
shall I set Pompy on her ?"
"Set Pompy on her !" said his
sister, "what for?"
"Ohl bocause," answered Tom
my, looking a little ashamed, "be
cause perhaps she is a thief."
"Go ent, Esther, and see if the
peor woman wants anything.
Perhaps she's tired with a hard
day's travel among the nioun
tains," said tho mother.
Esther ran down the green.
and peeping through the gate
saw the woman resting under
the shade of the eld oak tree.
"Should yeu like anything ?"
"Thank you," said the old wo
man;"! should be very thank
ful for a drink of water."
Esther scampered back to the
house, and soon procured some
cold water from the well, and
hastened with it to the poor trav
eler. "I thank you," said sho after
drinking. "It tastes very good.
Do you know what the Lord Jesus
once said about a cup of cold
Esther was silent.
"I will tell you. He said, Who
soever shall give to one of his
people a cup of cold water, only;
in the name of a disciple, he
shall in no wise lose his reward.
May the Lord himself blesa you,
little girl, as 1 am sure I do."
- And a happy feeling stole into
ino child's besom at tue'old .wo
man's words, for the blessing of
the poor upon her. Children's
Hospitality. A Church That Began With a
The trie origin of one of the
New Haven churches is perhaps
unknown, even to many of the
E resent worshippers - within its
eautiful gates. "Not to put too
fine a point upon it," it began in
a dog fight. As a young man,
whom it will be sufficient to de
scribe as being at present the
surgeon of the United States Ma
rine Hospital atPugetSeund,was
onhis'wayta. church one Sun
day morning, about eight years
ago, a couple of vagabond curs
fell out directly in his path. It
was in a part Of the city where
isibles and Sundays, and sanctu
ary privileges were separately
njeyeu, lor in less than live min
utes frem the first grapple of the
combatants, no fewer than twen
ty-eight children had gathered to
act as umpires. The surgeon-to-be
at once decided that then was
the time, and that the place for a
mission school on which his heart
had long been set. The shop in
irom oi wnicu me light took place
uayucuwi to ue mac ot a rag
picKer,anq alter some dilnculties
the loft above it was secured for
twe years at a moderate rent,the
rags swept out, benches were fur
nished by the old Center Church,
and the Sunday school opened
with eighty at the first session.
The number and interest con
stantly increased from month to
month, until, to make a long ste
iy short, this school of street
arabs has now become the strong
"ITT a ... .. . O
Tresrunuren, with its stately ed
ifice ofjstone and sterling mem-
Dog Fight. A Plainer Snow-Cake.
The whites of six efffrR.ftrn runs.
and a half of flour, halt a cup .of)
uaiwsi, uuo uup ana a hall of su
gar, half a cup of sweet milk;one
teaspoonful of cream-of-tartar,
half a tablespoonful of saleratus.
Flavor with rose or almond. Mix
the cream-of-tartar in the flour
dissolve the soda in the milk :
rub the butter and sugar to &
cream ; then add Jthe milk and
half the flour; beat the whites to
ftVsjry SUIT froth and add them
With the remainder of the flour,
and , itir steadily a lewminutes.
flm'vuaa makes two pans.
Where there fisf no charity
there can be no Christianity.
Farm and Household.
To Stop The Growth of Boils.
T OI - f T " J I
cates a moans of stopping boils
ana luruncles which he declares
infallible. As soon as ho per
ceives on any part of the surface
the characteristic redness of va
rying form and size, with a cul
minating point in the center
which seon passes from red to
white, he puts in a saucer a thim
bleful of camphorated alcohol,
dips the palmer surface of the
three middle finger in the liquid
and gently rubs tue mllamed sur
face, especially the central por
ten times, each time for about
half a minute. The surface is then
This is repeated eight or
11 3 i 1 ?l 3
aiioweu lO DOCOme quae Uiy,anu
a slight coating of camphorated
olive oil is applied,to prevent
the evaporation of the alcohol
Boils or furuncles seldom require
more than four applications, and
often a single one is enough to
cause them to dry up and disap
pear. Wnen several applications
are needed, they sliould be made
at intervals, say morning, mid
day and evening. The same treat
ment is cnuallv successful in
whitlow, and all ininrios of the
.nT An na L
UU3 Ul UiO JiUKClO. DUUU wr
-1 . . .It
pain ana reaness are perceived r
in the linger, it should bo soaked
for ten minutes
alcohol, then well dried, and fin
ally soaked in comphorated sweet
oil. The relief is immediate, and
threo applications generally ef
fect a perfect cure.
in rcimnTinrntarl I
Doing Farm Work Well.
There is no department of in
dustry where doing work well
pays better than in farming. We
all admit tho necessity with re
tmrA frt fttllOT- liri unlmc rt Imoi
ucsB, uul uiuuy iiuu lieriiaps most
Mmno Tir-ioHVoll,. lar,,, ;s ;
wu.w H.uwt.uiT ifiu tlllD. I
There is not OnO farmer in fifty
that IS as careful With his crODS I
as the manufacturer is with his
wares. The cloth wo buy has no
broken threads in warp or woof,
and the tailor's stitches mean
business every time, ei he does
not get a second job. The car
nage in which we ride is not
thrown together, but fitted part
to part, so that the whole vehicle
is almost as much one pieco as
though it grew together iron
and wood. So of all industries
upon which the world writes sue-
Take a few facts about farming.
One year ago the writer employ
ed a inan to plow an acre of land,
and for special reasons wanted it
done well. While tho owner was
in the field, and a part of the
time holding the plow, each fur
row was cut exactly the same
width and depth, the whole mass
properly disintegrated, and left
in tne oest condition that the
plow could leave it Afterwards
the furrows were cut some four
inches wide and some ten, meas
uring in depth all the way from
one inch to eight, always deep
est in tne lightest soil. There
was no brain put into the busi
ness, and as little strength as the
nature ol the worfc would allow.
Of course the harrow followed
the plow, but it could not reme
dy the wrong, and the conse
quence was mat nearly twice as
much timo was required to make
me held piantable as uader oth
er circumstances would have
been necessary.; aad when -the
grain was narvested, the lour
rows en the outside, where the
ureaKiug up was as nearly per
fectly dono as it could be, bora
at least a quarter more corn than
the slighted, outraged interior.
Now, take the farms frem Maine
to California. On what propor
tion is tne primary work of plow
nig done in the best possible
manner ? And yet no part of the
nreDaration or nttor cnltnrA ia an
important as this, er bears such
direct relation to a good yield
lake, another department of
farm work. Several years "ago
the owner'of a ccnsiderable'dairy
was perplexed heyond measure
at the meagerness of the yield of
butter Irem a certain number ol
cows. The milk uras as abundant
as usual, tho house manipulation
was good, and yet when he should
have marketed from fifty to sixty
jjuuuua a weeK, lie raroiv ever
went over fort'. His perplexity
grew apace, until happening to
go into his yard after his two hir
ed men had completed the night's
milking, he found from a pint to
quart of milk in the udder of
each cow tho practice of the
milkers, as he afterwards learned
being to stop the moment the
now auaioa, leaving me very
best portion behind.
A radical change in tho mode
milking added several pounds
of butter-a week to his product
once, and solved forevera per-
Now, take all tho cows in this
country minions on millions
what preportion of them are milk
ed as they should, be ? Some are,
Dut a vast number are not. And
yet ii requires not more man a
minute of additional time to each
animal perhaps four hours in
Summer, or six at the most.
Not to mention other neglects
equally and even more costly,
suppose mat me plowing in these
United States could be done as
perfectly .as possible, and the
milking as well as it can be,
would not the aggregate of the
increase of products be immense,
yemujja mui me scaiu, uiui is
nowvaoout evenly balanced, in f
r r .- ' l. t-
ui laiuiuiuasii uioucv-uiaa- rgr
The Eochester, (N. Y.)
press says: "Lately a trade
Deen developed anions some
snippers about wnicli little is
Known. It is the trado in dried
potatoes. Potatoes are sliced up
aim uneu in mucn me same man
ner as dried apples. One firm in
this city has an nrrlor nn lmrnl
nOW for 50,000 pounds Of these for
. . i
unen potatoes, as well as for 1,-
auu uusneis oi onions, which are
dried in much the same manner.
They are intended for ih
bushel of potatoes dries away
to about ten pounds, and a bush
el of onions to about six pounds.
When ready; they are put into
large tin cans holding about for-
fir vmtnfln nn.Ii nnA r-.inl .1
the same as oysters."
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The only knomt remedy for
And a positive remedy for
G00t, GRAVEL, STRICTURES, DI
ABETES, UlSriSrSlA, JilSK
VOUS DEBILITY, DROPST,
Non-retention or Incontinence of Urine, Irri
tation, Incarnation or Ulceration of toe
Bladder and Kidneys,
LcucorrhrEa or. Whites, Diseases of theTros-1
uuc uiido, stone in me uiaaaer, ixucuius
Gravel or Brickdust Deposit andilu-
cos or Xlilky DIM
BLADDER, KTONETS, AXD DROP-
SI1TA I. SIVK ,1,IMJS.
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jjj-no matter what tite age:
"Sel "J?: K,,n0 o"'e of Kearney's
Permanently Cures all Diseases of the
other Bnchns combined.
Prliw Una nnlli.iu.ltnm. L: r 1 i 1
lor x ivc uouars
Depot, 104 Duaxe Sr., 2?ew York.
A Physician In attendance to answer cor-
8" Send stamji for Pamphlets, free J
TO L'H H-
OP BOTH SEXES.
Ao C!""Ve forAfcictand Consultation.
valuable works, can be consulted on all dis-
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ho has made an especial study) either In male
or female, no matter from what canSA nriirin.
'nS or of how long standing. A practice of
success. Cures guarrantecd. Charges reason
able. Those at a distance can forward letter
Kcnuiormeuuiuotoucaiin. l-rice tuc.
J.B.DYOTT, M. D.,
Pysician and Surgeon, 1M Dnaue St.,N. Y.
Hi n !
Flour, Crain and Mill Stuffs,
i hepaiies STUDENTS
or Colleiro. Fnr TonM,;,,.,
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Family Sewing Machine;
Capacity Ss Speed
a equml to any rcv 1
3 rardieM or cost.
mui oomi-uuiainir reea,
and Automatic Stitch Fastener. Alt oilier MiehlMt
require ma nioTemeni er irom zs to 3U biecei to
err cUtch thU requires but Ttvot Hence It la ft
SmtKlornmpiicUy ami lrenctu. For full psrtlc
ara send for Circular then bur no oilier until oa
ee tna Machine, for Beeintr isbctic me.n inuti
granted imerery taint in th tvumtrjf If 15 ars sent
ttiiu mc oruer mt uaiance can no u. u. u. Asanta
must naT full rfe f or kinrle JIwhlnM rtp(ntava
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for. Terms to ftgenu, caaa witliordor.or CO.'
BECKWITK S. H. Co.! 862 Broadwij, N.Y.
U. & B. IIERZER,
Produce and Commission Merchants,
A nd Farchascr of
WOOl, DRIED FRUIT,
Al h Esd Warehcuss,
Miilersburg, - - - Ohio.
Gives Instruction in all Branches of Studv.
Students received at any time.
Mrs. D. W. VAN EVERA. Assistant hoif
MissM. R. Ltcrr. TiAr.hirnr InEl.....!.!
lrof. J, C. ETfixa, Teacher of Vocal Music
CANARY BIRD !
Patent Jntt Procured.!
Will Sing for Ilour-Can La Managed by
Anr Child. The Ijiinst n.l ifflwS
lnueniion or me airr. Th. worv fiin
clthcr rrlor orout-door amusement.
Blsnav to aeent, ami lo IIir lr.,,l. s...
guaranteed or money promptly re- other
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Sent pre-paid by mall to any address, on Offices
of Fifty Cents or three for One Dollar.
Address M It ROBERTS CO. A.
Send for Sample at Once.
''8 Broadway, New York;
THE NEW IMPROVED
The "Medal for Progres s'
A.t Vienna, 1873.
The Iligliest Order of 'Medal" Award
eu at tiic imposition.
No Sewing Machine Received
a Higher Prize..
A FEW GOOD REASONS
1. A NEW INVENTION, THOROUGHLY
TESTED, and secured liy Letters Patent.
i. Makes a PERFECT LOCK STITCH, alike
on both sides, on all kinds of goods.
3. Runs LIGHT, SMOOTH, NOISELESS
and R1PID-. best combination of qualities.
-Runs lor years without r.e-
5. Will do all varieties of Work and Fancy
stitching in a superior manner.
Is Most Easily managed by the Operator.
Length ofstltch may be altered while running
and machine can be threaded without passing
thread through holes .
1. Design simple, Ingenious, Elegant
Forming the stitch without the uso of Cog
Wheel Gears, Rotary Camsor Lotct Arms.
Has the Automatic Drop Feed, which insures
uniform length of stitch at any speed, lias
our new Thread-Controller, w hich allows easy
moTcmcnt of the needle.bar and prevents in
Jury to thread.
8. Construction most Careful and Finished.
It is manufactured by the most skillful and
experienced mechanics at thecclebratcd RE&I-
INGTON ARMORY, ILLION, N. Y.
Adobes S, for agencies and information,
Remington Saving Ma
No. 181 W. 4th street,
V. It; POMEROY,
Agent Tor Holmes County.
E A. "CT CK?
RICHNESS OF TONE !
Surpassed by None.
The Estoy is becomins
a Household Word
Large Numbers are Being
ouiu in inia una uu
CAN BE SEEN BY CALLING AT THE
'POST OFFICE BUILDING,
T. B. CUNNINGHAM,
LOCAL ACE NT.
JUICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PA
J UltlU KA1LKOAD,
The direct route for
Jollet, Morris, LaSallc, 1'eru, Henry, Lacon,
juuiinc, lock island, uav-
nntinrf Miictln. W..hi .
Kit. -.".v.., n.,uiajiwu, jtfwa
unanei, cwion,ues 31oincs,
Council Blnua and Omaha,
Without chnnrl nf f,M
Where it Joins with the Union raciflc Railway
Denver, Salt Lake City, Sacramento. San
Francisco, and all points west on the Pad He
Trains icavo dailv. as follows-
Omaha, Leavenworth l Atchison Express. (ex
cept sunii.iys), 10.00 A.M.
Accommodation, (except Sundays),
uuiuiia mm ijcavcnworui express, execut
Sundays). 10.00 A.M.
Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad
kaj. nave now oncnea lueir oiithwestcrn
connecting at Learpnu-nrth wtLh lr,ng la
and Missouri 1'aciHc Railroadt. and at
J1M.IHHIII wiiu Aicnison, jopea c santa Fe
Central Branch Union l'ncitic, ami Alchisou &
Nebraska Rallroatls, for all points in
.tau.ui, muian lerruories. ixtiorailo anil
This Company have built a full complement
Palace Dranlliir l!rmm nnri Ml(niilni.
for external beautvaml Intcrlur M-mn
L7;:r 2. .TV ',
cart ofthe kind in Ihe'worfd. '
tickets for salo at all General
In tho States and Canada
neon Itinnn i:.r5r,i,i(..i..
M. Sunn. General ain a i -it!,.
JUST RECEIVED I
COUHTUEY & APPL1T0FS
Another New Lot of
Stereoscopes & Stereoscopic Productions
' Picture Frames, Mouldings, Albums, c.
OF ALL SIZES,
And Finished in tlie Latest Improved St3'les, made by
COURTNEY & APPLETON.
jKrStudio on the Corner of Main and Depot Streets,
n. p. Mccormick,
Latest Styles Wi'M
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY. SPECTACLES, &C
SILVER- & PLATED WARE,
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, &c.
All Kind of Repairing Neatly Done.
MAIN STREET, - - MILLERSBURC.
Carpenters' and Blacksmiths' Tools, Shovels,
SpaJcs, Scythes, Snathes, Hoes, Forks and
Rakes, together with a large and varied stock
Hardware and Cutlery, suitable for the
trade, at greatly reduced rates. 3yl
U. It. DONNELLT,
33. Barijett & Co.,
OXXi X! DEC RS
Castings for Crist and Saw
all klndsof UrassCastings and Steam Gas
1 ipcs anu ruuug& Kept conianiiy
Steam Engines & Boilers
II. II. MCLTLLocn
NEW iRRUGEIHMT !
Lumber ITard I
are completed tlielr arranpemcnu and tm?e
nut in mil uptTuuuu iiiujr
NEW PLANING MILL!
will keep constantly on hand every de
Consisting In part of
Lumber, Timber, Battens,
siding, Lath, Shingles,
moulding & Flooring,
Surfaced & Match
Doors and Blinds,
Frames, Castings &
Balusters, Newell Posts,
Railings, Sash, etc., etc,
K-Surfaclnir and Mntchinc douo lo onltr
Iillllller. KHrttiort Bvi.l nthnt-a In n-ont nl
Lllinlltir.or anvthinn' pIo In mir lln nf llm
prircs, gjvo us a call.
UniL'Caml Y 111.1 West of Xfiitn Strrtt
Reod, McGuIloch & Uhl.
AIIIeriburjf, O.. Feb. 8.1STB. 2Gtf
Jackson St., Millersburg, O.
AboveSAUNDEirV Dras Store.
A work eutmstc to them will be made
XX. up in the latest style, most durable man
ner, and guaranteed to giro satisfaction in
every case. .
Over Voorhcs & Hudson's Stove and Tin Store,
Mam Street, Aiiliersburg,0.
All work entrusted to Mm will receive prompt
attention ana win ve inauc up in ine
Latest Style I
And in the best and most durable manner,
warranted to cive enure satisfaction.
GIVE HIM A
AKES a specialty of the business of Insur
ance: reitresentlns- tho lollon-iuir it
Cash Assets JIS.OUO.OOO.
a :: of piula'da
OF COLUMBUS, O.,
Cash Assets S900.00U.
OF CLEVELAND, O.,
Cash Assets,? 313,000.
Connrptimitf of iiartfore, coss.
UUJlllLLllLUlJ Cash Assets $700,000.
Richland Mntualj L.'
Western Mutual 012S?fo
"!?,..' T rt ) Howard. Knox Ca.
AnDllcatlons for Insurance. In town orcoun-
iry win receive prompt aucuiion.
r 3cc on Main Street, National Bank ISnild
Ing, Mil lersburg. O 19m6
S. IIAMILSON & CO'S.
The only house having more than ono strictly
YOU CANNOT FAIL
togct a good instrument, because wo keep
no cheap shoddy roods. We aro manufacture
crs exclusive wholcsalo and retail general
ngrents for tho celebrated
Estey Cottage Organ,
Taylor & Farly Celestes,
Simmons & Clough Combin
OK THIS UtflUVALED
Decker & Barnes Pianos,
Hallet, Davis tScCo's Pianos
Bradford & Co's, Parlor
Wo make any of theso celebrated instru
menu at exceedingly LOW PRICES Foil
CASH, UU EASY MONTHLY payments.
coon, reliable Azcnts wanted in everv
uuuaiy anu torn, -uso 10 me irauo at wnoic-
saic, we Ruaranice less man eastern prices.
Give us a call, or wrilo for circulars lo
u ii ,rirq'nv fit
51 Filth Avenue, PitUhurgh, lu
E. R Strubb,
Willi LI) respectfully annnunco to tho citi
zens of Holmes and ml!nlntnirfniintljc
ho Is prepared to do all work In his line
Harness Made to Order.
lie has tho right lor this county for the
'ONV l-ATKNT TUII MJL'Kr.K. wlflrh I. ....
Iiciiur iu uii ubiierv.
Cay-Aono nut tne beat workmen employed,
E. II. STRUBBE.
Berlin, 0., Aug. 90, 167J.
Look lo Your Interest.
SAVE TIE Al MONEY,
If yon have a l':irm to sell.
If. you want to buy a farm.
If you have lost anything.
If you have -found anything.
If you have a house to rent.
If you want to rent a house.
If you are doing business.
If you have anything to sell.
If you want any thin,)
Tell THousanas oi People
By Advertising in the
Behind the Conn lei
Behind the Plcrw
Is now receiving a First
Class Stock of
Which was bought Low in Philadelphia
and New York FOR CASH, at
prices that put all
His Stock consists of-
FAMILY GROCERIES !
Which will be sold
Low for Cash.
IIIS MOTTO WILL BE
To sell Nothing but a
URE ARTICLE !
Exact Writ &
CASH PAID FOR
Room Heretofore Occu
pied by E. Noq;elsgpach,
Millcrsburc, April SI, 1S1J. sot
NOTICE I PARTITION.
TVTIH'A,ll. nKiLuiAnT and win
fields. Ilrillhart, who rosido in Cos hoc.
county, Ohio, John Ilrillhart, JIargaretta
vi. nun Miarbuai ti visn, woo rcsmom M
foimty, Ohio, Samuel H.llrillhart,sarah Urlll-
a,M vy.,i,iu ttt-aii. cva jteaii ami luiwartl II.
iiean, whoresliloin Holmes county, Ohio, will
notlco that n HGtltlou ra
ou ino 3Jin iiay or April, 187!, In tho
by William It. Ilrillhart. Waria Khf.1
John Kidd, and is now pcniilnir. wherein
sa d William It. Ilrillhart, et aV, demand"
partition ortho lollowln? real estate viz- Lot
number slxlr.rlrht (CSi. ln .111. . . 'riy!
lcrsbure. Holmes county, olilo, and that at the
term of said Court mnii.,in ni
by William It.airlllhart, ct al, for an or
der that partition mar 1,0 made of said prem-
v;.'.V.ul:;i 1'itli-l.llAltT and
. 1 M,li.,AN1, JA1!'A Kllll.
A. V UltKKIt, ttorney.
June lltn, 1371. ' itv-
warranted. Norapltal required. Kull par
tlculaisand a inti,4i.in i. n..
WUTIfthst, Wllllamibury r'. Y. 3mS
Aceuls Profits tier weyk.- Will
Plove It or forfeit S5CO. Newar.
uatented. SamnlM.pnt iVma tn sll
Address W. n. CuiDiiTia. S57 Broadwav. N.
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A combination of the purest paint with In
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ly wator-proor, and adapted to all classes or
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Ifey-Ee sure.that our TR ADE.MARK (a fax
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A Nice Assortment of
Of the best Italian ana American Marble, al
ways on nana, anu acid percent. less man
the same can be bought of any trav
All Materials Warranted JVo. 1.
Shop on Main Street. 2 door west of Uhler A
tf JOHN CETZ.
At Wholesale and Retail,
Soid Cheaper Than
JAS. CURRY Sc SONS,
Currj-'s'can't be unilersoltl'in Lum
ber, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Lath,
Shingles, &c, dec.
't. Has Just received a large stock
I AMERICAN & SWISS
52 In GOLD and SILVKTCASES.
Gold and Silver Charms In abun
; dance. A largo assortment
1 of Stnds, Buttons, flne
) Gold Bracelets, fine
; in sets,
; Charms. Silver Thimbles, Gold
1 l'cns. Spectacles, Nickel and
: l'lated Ware, Ac. We
. continue to sell Elgin
; and Waitham
, Watches at fac
Call and See our stock of Goof's, '
before purchasing elsewhere. '
25 to 100 per cent, saved
by so doing. We do '4
as we wish to be
uone Dy. AH
Watches. Chronometers. Plivrfc.
Jewelry, Sc., Repaired on short
! JSfLook for the Big Watch !
and Spectacle Sign.
S:"tn9fi perday I Agents wanted) Alldas-
or 0111, iaaKO more money at wore lor 11s
1 r spare moments, or all tna time, man at
ythlnc else, l'artlculsrs free. Address G.
,t Co, IortlaniU.Me. 5r
quickly by Dr.la l'ortes Llfo Elixir,
guaranteed. 1'rlcaJt Seat post paid by
Uuham. S3 sonth Kir
WEEK'S nniNGS IN WALL STREET. I
stock operations on small capital!
risk. Copy sent free. TUMBRIDGEI
Walt Street, New lort. 41ml
Dr. J. Walter's California Tin
egar Bitters are a purely Vcgotablo
preparation, made chiefly from tho na
tive herbs found on the lower ranges of
the Sierra Nevada mountains of Califor
nia, the medicinal properties of which
arc extracted therefrom without tho use
of Alcohol. Tho question is almost
daily asked, "What is tho cause of tho
unDaralleled success of Vutegais Brr-
tebsT" Our answer is, that thoy remove
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the cause of disease, andthO patient rer
covers his health. They aro the great
blood purifier and a life-ci vtae princiffto,
a perfect Renovator and Invigorator
of tho system. Never before in tho
history of tho world has a medicine been
compounded possessing the remarkable
qnahge3 of VlSEdASBnTSRS In hciline tho
sick of every disease man is heir to. They
aro a gentle Fargativa as well 03 a Tonic,
relieving Congestion cr Inflammation of
the Liver ana Tisccral Organs in Bilious
The properties of Drt. Walker's
Tisegab. Bittkks are Aperient, Diaphoretic,
Carminative, Nutritions, Laxative, Diuretic,
Sedative, Counter-irritant Sudorific, Altera
tive, -and Anti-BUious.-
Gratefnl Thousands proclaim Vnr
egab Bitxebs the most wonderful In
Tigorant that ever sustained th sinking
No Person can take these Bitters
according to directions, and remain long
unwel) , provided their bones are not de
stroyed by mineral poison or other
means, and vital organs wasted beyond
Bilious. Banittent anil Inter
mittent FeTers, which are so preva
lent in tho valleys of our great rivers
throughout the United States, especially
those of the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri,
Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkan
sas, Red, Colorado, Brazos, Rio Grande,
Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah; Ro
anoke, James, and many others, with
their vast tributaries, throughout our
entire country during the Summer and
Autumn, and remarkably so during sea
sons of unusual heat and dryness, are
invariably accompaniedby extensive de
rangements of tho stomach and liver,
and other abdominal viscera. In their
treatment, a purgative, exerting a pow
erful influence upon these various or
gans, is essentially necessary. There
is no cathartic for the purposo equal to
UK. J. WAXKEE'S VCTEGAR UITTEKS,
as they will speedily removo the dark-
colored viscid rnatter with which the
bowels aro loaded, at tho same time
stimulating tho. secretions of the liver,
and generally restoring tho healthy
functions of the digestive organs.
Fortify the body against disease
by purifying all its fluids with Vixegar
Bitters. No epidemic can take hold
of a system thus fore-armed.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Head
ache, Pain in tho Shoulders, Coughs,
Tightness of the Chest, Dizziness, Sour
Eructations of the Stomach, Bad Tasto
in tho Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpita
tation of tho Heart, Inflammation of tho
Lungs, Paui in tho region of the Kid
neys, andaliundred other painful symp
toms, are the oSsprings of Dyspepsia
One bottle will prove a better guaranteo
of its merits than a lengthy advertise
ment. Scrofula, or King's Eyil, White
Swellings, Ulcere, Erysipelas, Swelled Neck,
Goitre, Scrofulous Inflammations, Indolent
Inflammations, Mercurial Affections, Old
Sores, Eruptions of the Skin, Soro Byes, etc
In these, as in sU other constitutional Dis
eases, IValeee's Tineqak SnTEOs havo
.shown their great curative powers in the
most obstinate and intractable cases.
For Inflammatory and Chronic
Rheumatism, Gout, Bilious, Remit
tent and Intermittent Fevers; Diseases of
the Blood, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder,
tbeSo Bitters havo no equal. Such Diseases
are caused by Vitiated Blood.
Mechanical Diseases. Persons en
gaged in Paints and Minerals, such as
FlunTbers, Type-setters, Gold-beaters, and
Miners, as they advance- in life, are subject
to paralysis of the Bowels. To guard
against this, take a doso of Walker's Vix
egae Bitters occasionally.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions, Tet
ter, Salt-Bhenm, Blotches, Spots, Pimples,
Pustules, Boils, Carbuncles, King-worms,
Scald-head, Soro Eyes, Erysipelas. Itcb,
Scurfs, Discolorations of the Skin, llumors
and uiscascs or iha bkin or whatever name
nature, aro literally dug up and carried
out of the system in a short time by the cso
Pin, Tape, and other Worms,
lurking in the system of so many thousands,
are effectually destroyed and removed. ITo
system of medicine, no vermifuges, no an
thclminitics will free tho system from worms
like these Bitters.
For Female Complaints, in young
old, married or single, at the dawn of wo
manhood, or the turn of life, these Tonic
Bitters display so-decided an influence that
improvement is soon perceptible.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood when
ever you find its impurities bursting through
skin in Pimples, Eruptions, or Sores;
cleanse it when you find it obstructed and
sluggish in the veins; cleanse it when it is
fool; your feelingswill tell youwhen. Keep
blood pure, and the health of the system
R. II. McDO.VAXD & CO..
Druggists aid Gen. AgtsSan Fraacisco, California,
cor. of Wastun rton aad Charlton Sta, If. T.
Sold tor all ilrngslsta and Dealers.
Steel Rail I Double Track I
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oniy, who inc privilege or visum j
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St. Louis, Cincinnati and'Celnmbus, to
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TII0S. T. BARKT,
Passenger Agent, Cincinnati, Ohio.
COLE, Gcn'l Ticket Agent, 'Baltimore,
Wanteil-a Few Goofl Aeenls
canvass for Roberts Wheeler's Floral
Record and Album, tine of tho best,
articles of the day. Useful and orna
mental; needed la every family. Liberal
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A MAN OF A THOUSAND
tiMth tt5w hon iT v MiMTtiNi fmm i"liV.
SUMPTION, all KUHHlies hatiny failed, ami
Janics wosoxpcrimentlas, Ho acccU
mode a preparation of INDIAN
-which cured lib onlT child, and now
this recipe rreo on receipt or tiro stamp
i only child.
reccint or two stamns
exDenses. llKalr also cures nirht
nausea at the stomach, and will break
coiu m iwcDiy-iuur uuars. AUUress
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