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I had long yrished to be the
bearer of life to some condemned
cell. My "wish was granted me.
It was on. Tuesday that a joor
sentenced "criminal was to be
hanged. He was within one day
of the fatal drop. 'But on Mon
day, all unexpectedly, Iwassutn
raoned to take him his lileJIJiad
obtained a reprieve format man
a forfeited life. This, as I have
said, is had I have'long wished
for. So wonderfnla privilege was
it to be in a position to give life!
is thetfain that can bear .me
swiftlv enoodi to the cell?1'
.dreamed not of delay. Delay ap
peared crnel: until, at the" very
threshold of the prison, I be-
' ithoaght me thus: "JTow can I
$al him ?JJfce riews'will kill him.
.The man;willflieif 1 tell him, so
SiWpt Tvill be the revulsion. He
'3ead in law, andlie is already
i iff the bitternessjf deaUu3? So,
ynS3i&? in' mys1i'and,'I "stand be
JartTthe victim in his cell. His
face is wan; his knees .feeble.
- His vacant eyes have ino 'tears,but
are red md look as if, with dry,
,hoi grief, they had burned down
into" their sockets. Melancholy
pictHre! She who"owncd him as
her husband had just beon-carri-ed
out from the last separation
8till,"and seemingly a corpse, un-
conscious of the strange last kiss
't wMchamurderer had impressed
onTier ljps. The expectant or--'phansj
after their wretched fare-
? well, were crying over tie yet
1 motionless form of their mother.
"My poor man, can yon read T
'Yes," was the reply.
But fearing to break the royal
- pardon to him too suddenly, I ad
,ded: fHfouId you like yonrlife?"-
, Sir;'" he" responds, "do riot tri
fle4withme."' 'Bnt life is sweet, is it not P
"Sir, I would rather you would
not speak to me."
"But would you notlike me to
procure your life ?"
"It is of. no use, sir ; I'm justly
condemned. I'm a dead.man?"
"J3u't the queen cou Id give you
. eo;f0ks-lnflmnn8lyat ,ne' but
. j . o..
jvu ivuu ujia I
And now those hot evi
a: -ti.. j .. J
A lT ; P i U,e4 -paper-
iSn. nl i ?"?d8',?l,tt,D,s my
arms around h.s shoulders, I say:
Jfe? Pr fe"0W 5 there
is your lifer
ZL.:7ax. ,Tre ne ,ay?. as.n
could bear wasoro.t,lan h
Whofi i ,
SJ.W en a man to whom a
pneV,!!S .nonnced, granting
him a few more short
mav nTS 7 r .rT'
is not tO be lost.'hllt that'nn ha.l
r . ' : , . r
, "e " sav,ea-e nas uiinst,
T, everlasting life
u, i.rf.-"ui"wJ?eP' y?a.
"J JUf JJr-- mlth-
Stop and Weigh.
uyuian came into Air M 's Kfnrfl I '-""
with very angry looks.' He left
o J ii i i . I
iMuimiuo Bireei, ana liaa a .
gooa sucK;m his hand.
"Mr. M.," said the anerv COUn
tryaan. "I bonp-nf. n Tnn.r r
megs'here in your store,and when
I got home they were more than
half walnuts,and that's the young
villain that r h fin rrVi f 'ant 75
pointing to John. '
sell this man walnut tv, f
"No,.sir," was the ready reply
"You lie, you little villain.said
countryman, still more en
raged at his assurance
"Now, look here," said John
"If you had taken the trouble to
weigh your nutmegs you would .
found that I put in the wal-
"Oh,you gave them to me. did
I threw in a Land-
fulfor thn children to moi-
said John, Iaghing at the 'e
wii . ...
now, ii mat am't a
man, his features relaxing- into a
young scamp," said the country-
grin ashe saw throagh'the mat-
Wnoii liowi it- j 3 . , ,
they blame Others ' '
"Think twice before vou sneafc if
once," an excellent; mottof
The Giving Deacon.
Was n frrxrul Aannr i -Ifnn.mntinr,
cnurcn in jsew England who had
learnd the lesson of giving from
tneiJiple. Hefelt that it -was
i?'L y t0 lay aside one"tenth of
all tne money he'received to be
oiL,ie iuna thus formed he al-
ways nad,money to- give awavr ior
ana he gaveTverv froa!--." rpi.
XT vwij 1UU
otner members of the church had
not learned this lessoli. " They
gaye very little, 'and talked to- if
gether a great deal about the for
deacon. .They- thought, that "he of
SfJaway toomuch money, and
?.itoJ.e him aout it. The min-
13 1 ti e' and said:
'Deacon Jones, ,1am .requested ue
by ycur brethren to saylha,t they of
are afraid you are too liberal and yu
Will rUin Vmiroolf r
iney wish you to be more snar- aud
g in your gifts." F
Vn there's no'iknW o
Plrriitiivt m O " . ill
coming to poverty," said he :mv
iamiiy are comfortably support-
' myj cmi?ren are gettine a to
education, and my proprt ing,
i?m ' t i s VaIoe all the
Jl9 j haJe only given one- The
rii, m.yincomethnsfw. but are
woanas blessed me, so jnuch that and
rnr7lf een.thinkin'elateJy that so
ao-X .-.leu "lit the good
J i. lie
j!ncyJrasin8Ilt.arifl as he went ed
uome thought to himslf what a now
tv-wonm de if all cWm. as
tiStp.-l i& - y-ce; lwooa
How to Return a Favor.
An old Scotchman was taking
his grist to mill in sacks thrown
across the hack of his horse,when
the horse stumbled, and the grain
fell to the ground. He had not
strength to raise it, he being an
agedjnan,but he saw a horseman
riding aUhgi and thought he
would appeal to nun lor neip.
But the horseman proved to be
l&e nobleman who lived in the
castle hard by, and the farmer
couia not muster courage to ass a
favor of him. But the nobleman
was a gentleman also, andr not
waitinifio "be asked, he quickly
dismounted, and hetween them
they imedUie grain to the herse's
back. John lor he was a gen-
tleman too lifted his Kilmar-
bonnet and said, "My lord,
how shall I ever thank TOU for
your kindness F Very easily,
oonu, repneu uie mjuiemau.
"Whenever you see another man
in uie same piiKutas you were iu
just now, help him, and that will
be thanking me. '
A Seven Dollar Thief
a traveler on uisjuuruev iueeu
a robber in the woods.
"It may be," thinks the travel-
er,i.'Uiejnan is in want;" and
generously gives him six dollars,
"TakethiB. God bless you.k Fare-
"Stop 1 Step !" cries the robber,
"I see another dollar and must
"Give me your money," cries
the highwayman, "orl'll- sfioot
"Ohf sir," replies the traveler
"be content. Ol all my seven
dollars, you have six and I have
only one to help me on my journ
"Give me that seventh dollar."
cries the robber, drawing his pis
What do you think of that rob
ber if "The meanest thief I ever
could conceive ofr' "Wnatwas
his name? Sabbath-breaker.
Farm and Household.
(From the Summit Beacon.)
The Fruit Garden in August.
C'.. , AT ll. IZ
to make fall plantings of straw-
I . -l.-i. ;r ii j :ii
ueruea, winuu, ji well uuuts. will
following., Jtfany- .strawb'errv
growers plant in May, and bv so
oing the plants get a good start
d will yield a.fair crop of fruit
n. narl,n. w i.
LiMtoplMUng that if
the weather comes off dry, as it
did this season, it is a deal of
work to water the plants to keep
them alive until they take root.
And besides this, you have to
culivate them all the spring,
when the weeds are most inclin-
ed to be troublesome. In August
nave uie grounu iree .01 wee
and weed-seeds. and if planted in
a ny timo, you have very little
need to water the plants alter
they are once set. Yon needjiot
look for quite so good a crop of
fruit next year, but you are in
better condition, fnlrino' in an.
nuuic mc-uiuc ui vuui i
field-eay three orfouryears.
Thiolc flio wair T H1 if. Tin. I
----- "j ;
lu lUB lavr rainy Wllcn
C3me uPon us ln the fourth Week
m August, 1 watched the opoor-
tumty, and on the 24th took up
a of tWs year's Bets and put
tem in new rows which I had
prepared in May and kept clean
aarLjnellow; and these plants
KeP6 nSul OTrjft
not know they had been moved
at all. On the 24th we had only
surlace moisture,so in setting the
?lants 1 pouredhalf a pint of wa
the teruPn each plant after I had
set ll in Place and before I had
fiUed up the little cavity in which
V? foldine then I pulled in
miPS of earth,without press
have lng lfc down and 80 left it- 01d
beds of strawberry plants should
now ?e oressed over and the run-
ners Kept cut, U a lull crop of
fruikvis desired for next season.
Strawberry fines have an awful
iabit.of feeUngabout and mak-
'U5 MOW DGIS UUlillg lilt? 1UU1M
season of the fall.
KaSPBERRTES. Thft von n r pa n ps
f the, raspberry are now fully
fP1 and mar bo transplanted
justas wen as at any ume. uniy
canes of this season's growth will
frUlt moderately next season ; but
the work is left till next spring,
?v-lr.UU U?.tte yea-r,
junuig, iuib lb (guilts a cunsiuera-1
in the economy of transplant
ing raspberries. The. varieties of
nlinlo Ii nT.ii
thrown over their canes so the
tips touch the ground, and will
shortly begin to feel about for a
soft place to catch hold of. If you
desire to make sets for trans
nseaforcharitnWaT,r, nigr,'f;nn. a
beds, you can prepare a solt place
ho tips toLiaflt in,nnd fn kaop
thn mum trnrrT
" .-..wMHTAu0 "UWUb Jill
the winds you can carefully peg
foe lip to any desired place. But
7" object is a lull crop ofiruit
next season, cut oiF the ends
the canes so that they will not
take root at all. By this opera
atast'persuaded;the tion the rest of the cane will be
strengthened and will make
strong laterals, which should also
pinched olF within six inches
the main stem. In this way
will make stocky plants,
whlnll xtrlll lia aoeilir cnnnAll
al)le to can-y a full crop of
Blackberries. Tha mmnnnf.
young canes of the blackberry
Plante sliould be cut back so as
growstocky and self support
good and liie surplus growth of
young sprouts kept pulled oft.
large kinls of blackberries
now in full flush of fruiting
must be handled with care
as not to split of the heavy
shoots. Any straggling
yu"K canes-winch are notwant-
where they are growing may j
be transplanted, the same
raSpberr es. and wi hfinrfrnif.
year, but if left till next
spring mey wm nave scarcely
uuvLiiiMir. ana mnqr. mntrA naw
oetoreyou get fruit.
I made a plantation of the On-
I tario rasnberrv a larse and
strong growing sort of black-cap
-which roots from the tip early
last spring, and the stocks set a
good many berries; but I gave
them a good handing. I also had
some fruit from the stocks oi a
new plantation of the Clarke
raspberry (red) which is propag-
ated from suckers. Ifvou want
to know all about strawberries,
M and talk with Matt Crawford.
wno jjag charge of the grounds of
Jlr. Dodge, at Cuyahoga-Falls,
Matt, is an old East Cleveland
hoy and was a great prize taker
af the ctrawberrv shows over
there. I used to bite my name
Unt0 his Margarts and Sterlings
ani 8nch; and this season I have
done the same with his new won
nock for, the Mormon, which is all that
a fnnd RtrawriPrv srinnlrl he. Mr.
Dodge is now the proprietor of
the other sorts, but declines to
geu any 0f the plants, though he
ihn nrrps nf them.
S. D. HARRIS.
A Patent Nest
A nest has been natented for
esrc-eabnc hens, which is descnb
Lrl ttiris- Tt consists of four boards
inside ot a box, sloping gently
from the top to the center.
Straw is attached to them by
twine, as also an artificial egg.
WEen the egg is la'id, it rolls
gentlydown the sides to' the cen-
ter, there striking a trap which
p-iyps awav. lettinc the'efifir roll
down another inclinaiL Tilarie to
L Annr frnm -arhifh ii. bp re.
The only known reipedjr for
Anil s potttlro remedy for
GOUT, GRAVEL, STRICTURES, DI-
AiS7XXS, UISl'lSrSlA, JMJiK-
VOUS DEBILITY, DROJCSr,
Kon-retentton or Incontinence of Urine, Irri
tation, Innam&UOD or Ulceration or Uie
Bladder and Kidneys,
Lcucorrhora or Whites, Diseases of the Pros-
iaie uiMna, otone in toe uianuer, ioieaius
urarei or lirtcinnss ueoosic ana aiu
ens or Milky Discdarges.
Permanently Cures all Diseases of the
BLADDER, KIDNEYS, AND DROP-
Existing in Men, Women and Children,
tWU MATTER WnAT THE AGE!
Pro t Steel sari: "One bottle of Kearney's
..... u ii nvstu xuure man All
other Bnehns combined .
JMee. One Dollar per Bottle, or Sir Bottles
Depot, JW Duake St., NewYobk.
A Physician In attendance to answer mr.
xbponuencc ana givo aance gratis.
Mil ocnu tump tor I'ampuieu, rrce
7To Charge for Advice and Consultation.
1 College, 1'Wliaelphla, author of several
raiuaoie wotks, can consuitea on all ais-
or female, no matter from rtaat cause oririn.
atlns or of how long standing. A practieS of
iS7 e&,.' .r1
able. Those at a distance can forwanl letter
adnata of Jefferson Hedi-
&ena xor tne uniae to ueaun. iricc luc.
J. B. DTOTT, M. D,
PjEician and Surgeon, 1M Duano St., N. Y.
"VrOlli;; is hereby eiven that a contract for
iue erecuon oi a
New Scbool Building,
sub-district No. 3, .Prairie Township.
Uolmcs County, Ohio, will be let to the lowest
nsiblc bidder, on the 14th dy of Animst.
iian onu pccm cat ions orsaid builduig my
be seen at the office or the Township Clerk,
All proposals to be sealed and accompanied
with adequate security that if accepted the
contract will be entered into and the perfonn-
Must be filed with the Township Clerk by
R. I FLACK.
B. 4. iu iii.j,
JUIJ 14, ICil. 4SW4
rw a -vrnPTTTi w? wm give ener.
.S?i5.?' Lrt?ml,l" .rth dol.
from 11 to S3 a dav: can be nnrsueri In vnnr I
own neighborhood and is strictly honorable.
ampies wonn several aoi I
you to go to work at once
Are the most Beautiful in Style and Perfect In
wnicn is aiost cuarmlng and Sonl Stirring,
While the imitation of the Human Voice is Su- I
uliiiii Stirs !
Every year increases the popu
larity of this valuable Hair Prep
aration, which is due to merit
alone. We can assure our old
patrons that it is kept folly up to
its high standard ; and it is the on
ly reliable and perfected prepara
tion for restoring Gkat ob Faded
ILusto its youthful color, making'
it soft, lustrous, and silken. The
scalp, by its use, becomes white and
clean. It removes all eruptions and
dandrufij and, by its "tome proper
ties, prevents the hair from tailing
out, as it stimulates and nourishes
the hair-glands. By its use, the
hair grows thicker and stronger.
In baldness, it restores the capillary
glands to their normal vigor, and
will create a new growth, except in
extreme old age. It is the most
economical Haib-Dbessdig ' ever
used, as it requires fewer applica
tions, and gives the hair a splendid,
glossy appearance. A. A. Hayes,
Si), State Assayer of Massachu
setts, says, "The constituents are
pure, and carefully selected for ex
cellent quality; and I consider it
the Best Preparation for its
Price One Sonar.
FOB THE WHISKERS.
As our Benewcr in many cases
requires too long a time, and too
much care, to restore gray or faded
Whiskers, we have prepared tins
dye, in one preparation, which will
quickly and effectually accomplish
this result! It is easily applied,
and produces a color which will
neither rub nor wash off. Sold by
all Druggists. Price Fifty Cents.
Manufactured by R. P. HALL & CO.,
as one of the most
dves ever discov
ered for cleans
ing the system
and punning the
blood. It has
stood the test of
Year, with a con
re natation, based on its intrinsic Virtues,
and sustained by its remarkable cures.
iyj mild as to be sale and beneficial to
children, and yet so searching as to
effectually purge out the great corrup
tions ot the blood, such as the scrof
ulous and svnmlitic contamination.
Impurities or diseases that have lurked
in the system for years soon yield to
this powerful antidote, and disappear.
Hence its vfonuenul cures, many ot
which arc publicly known, of Scrofula,
and all scrofulous diseases, Ulcers,
Eruptions, and eruptive disorders of
the skin, Tumors, Blotches, Boils,
Pimples, Pustules, Sores, St.
Anthony's Fire. Rose or Ery
sipelas, Tetter, Salt Itkeum,
Bcaltl Head, Kinirwortu, and in
ternal Ulcerations of the Uterus,
Stomacli, and Liver. It also cures
other complaints, to which it would not
seem especially adapted, such as Drop
sy, Dyspepsia, Pits, Neuralgia,
Heart Ulsease, iemale Weak
ness, Debility, and Leucorrlioea,
when they are manifestations of the
It is an excellent restorer of health
and strength InTheSprln5r. Hrreneir-
ing the appetite and vigor of the diges
tive organs, it dissipates the depression
and listless languor ot 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.
n. i n vrD t. rn i n 11 .
Practical and Analytical Chemists.
SOLD BV ALL DltCOOISTS r.YERVWnEBK.
At Wholesale and Retail,
Sold Cheaper Than
JAS. CURRY & SONS,
Currj-'s can't be. undersold in Lum-
.ber, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Latb,
Shingles, tc, dtc.
For the Laundry,
T. KINCSFORD & SON,
Has becoino a
great excellence has merited (he commen-
oi ftrope ror American nianuracturc.
Pulverized Corn Starch I
T. KINCSFORD & SON.
Kiprcssly for Ibod, when It Is properly made I
tMuu,u., u. a ussers oi s real excellence
yorsaio uy all First-Class Grocers. 40ra3
For Young Ladies,
COURTNEY & APPLETOU'S,
New Lot of
Stereoscopes & Stereoscopic Productions
Picture Frames, Mouldings, Albums, &c.
PHO TOG It A JPHS
OF ALL SIZES,
Ami Finished in the Latest Improved Styles, made by
COURTNEY & APFLETON.
"Studio oa the Corner of Main and Depot Streets,
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY. SPECTACLES, &C
SILVER Sc PLATED WARE,
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, &c.
All Kind of Repairing Neatly Done.
MAIN STREET, ... MILLERSBURG
Carpenters' and Blacksmitlis' Tools, Shovels,
Spades, Scythes, Snathes, Hoes, Forks and
Bakes, together with a large and varied stock
of Hardware and Cutlery, suitable for the
trade, at greatly reduced rates. 5yl
It. R. DONNtLLT.
B. Barrett & Co.
Sheet -Iron Work.
Castings for Crist and Saw
And all kinds of Brass Castings and Steam Gas
Pipes and Fittinn kepi constantly
Steam Engines Boilers
T. P. Uhi,
II. II, Mcculloch
NEW iRRMGBlHW !
iiaye completed their iirarifferaenU ami have
uuw in tun operation ineir
NEW PLANING MILL!
will keep constantly on. ham every de
Consisting Id part of
Lumber, Timber, Battens,
siaing, uatn, sningles,
Moulding & Flooring,
Surfaced & Match
Doors and Blinds,
Frames, Castings &
Balusters, Newell Posts,
Railings, Sash, etc., etc.
tssSurfacIng anil Matching done to onlor
Builders. Farmers ami others in
Lumber, or anything else In our line, attbo
ii. ur w, kivu u a can.
Office and Vard Wast End or Main Street.
Roed, McC.vltoch Uhl.
MHJeriburg. o., Feb. 8, jajj. sctr
1 Fire InsnranceAel
MAKK3 a f pcclaltr of the business of Insur
ance; representing' the following ivcll
Fire Association! casws's'etsttldoo
Richland Mutual! lu
Western Mutual! IS
Unrmw'sTns Hn t Howar4KtioxC.
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Applications for Insurance, In town or conn-
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Clee on Main Street, National Bank Hand
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Cash Assets Sli.OOO.UXJ.
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OF COLUMBUS, O.,
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B R t LLII ART AND WIS.
Drillhart. who reside in Cnshn.
ton eOQntv. Ohio. John TtrMlfc.trt- IfirMMH,
Welsh and Marshal Welsh, who rntiiin Pn Knnr
county, Ohio, Samuel R.ltrillhart,Sarah Brill-
uarb, barrio jeau, r.va iseau ana x.awara u.
Beall, -aho reside in Holmes county, Ohio, will
take notice that a petition was filed against
them on the 83th day or April, 1874, in the
Conrt of Common Pleas or Holmes county.
Ohio, br William U. Brillbart. Maria KIdd
and John KIdd, and is now pending, wherein
ills said William R. Bnllhart, et al, demands
Partition Of the lollowlnr rl mints 1t- rtf
number si jty-eiglit 03), in the Tillage of Jilt-1
.ui.uurg. jiuiuius county, unio, anu tnat at toe
next term of said Court application will be I
iurud ut l miaul jl. uriiinarc- pc si. mp an nr. I
ucr ui itaniiivn may usiq&uc oi saia prem
ises. W11.L.1AB1 U.llUlL.L.HAHXand
JOHN AND MARIA KIDD.
II. A. P. GltKER, attorney.
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Behind the Connter
Behind the Plcrw
now receiving a First
Class Stock of
Which was bought Low In PbiladelpM
ana New York FOR CASK, at
prices that put all
iCoiptii in He He
His Stock consists of
FAMILY GROCERIES !
Which will be sold
Low for Cash.
HIS MOTTO WILT. BE
, To sell Nothing but a
Exact VeiM & Measure
CASH PAID FOR
Room Heretofore Occu
pied by E. Neeelsgpach
A Nice Assortment of
Of the Lest Italian and American Marble, al
vu tiMuu, anu asi percent, less in
uie same can ne oongfit of any tray-
All Material) Warranted 2To. 1
Shop on Main Street, 1 door west of Uhler i.
M'lie tJest Iaint in
tho World :
Shad.lfrom Pure White to Jet Bl.ck
COmhlnallnn nt lh.,ni
miviiuik,, iuu, hhu In
dian Rubber, rorming a shoot n, clos,t, riE.
anected br ehano'n Af KmMnlnM (. ..-Zr .
water-nroor, and adapted to all' classes or
and is In .rv Km-- r.
inside or outside painting than any oth
er paint ln the world. Being from one-third
one-fourth cheaper and lasting at least
times as long as (he best lead and oil
package glen above,) Is on every
Prepared ready for use and sold by the gallon
THE. NEW IMPROVED
A.t "Vienna, 1873.
'Medal for Progres s"
The Highest Order of 'Medal" Award
ed at tne exposition.
No Sewing Machine Received
a Higher Prize.
A FEW GOOD REASONS:
1. A NEW INVENTION, THOROUGHLY
TESTED, and secured by Letters Patent.
1. Hakes a PERFECT LOCK STITCH, alike
on both sides, on all kinds of goods.
3. Sans LIGHT, SMOOTH, NOISELESS
and BAPIDbest combination of qualities.
4. DURABLE-Runs lor years without Be.
5. Will do all Tarteties ofWork and Fancy
Stitching In ft snperior manner.
6. Is Most Easily managed by the Operator.
Length of stitch 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 use of Cog
wheel Gears, Rotary Camsor Lever Arms.
Has the Automatic Drop Feed, which Insures
uniform length of stitch at any speed. Has
onr new Thread-Controller, which allows easy
movement of the needle-bar and prevents in
jury to thread.
8. Construction most Careful and Finished.
It is manufactured by the most skillful and I
experienced mechanics at thecclebrated REM
INGTON ARMORY, ILLION, N. Y.
AddsesS, for agencies and information,
No. 181 W. 4th street,
W. It. POHEBOY,
Agent for Holmes County.
RICHNESS OF TONE !
Surpassed by None. .
The Estev is becoming I
nuunnuiu TT UIU
Large Numbers are Being
ouiu isi ini anu itu
mm mnmm i
tAX"BK SEES BY CALLING AT THE
POST OFFICE BUILDING,
T. B. CUNNINGHAM:
LOCAL ACE NT.
CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PA-
Tue direct route for
Joliet, Worrfi. La Salle, IV
oliet, Morris, La Salle, Pern, Henry, Lacon,
Peoria, Geneseo. Mollne, Rock IslanJKr-
eoport, Mnseatlne, Washington, Iowa
'J ,uiiuu:i, iciT(ontLrcs aioincs,
CouncaBlnfta and Omaba,
svnere It loins with thn irntnn t.-mM i.n...
forDenrer. Salt Lake t-itr. u.-rmn,n .i I
Francisco, and all poinu west on the raciflel
Trains Ipata .lnllr . r..itn...
Omaha, Leavenworth a Atchison Kxiress.rex
" .kccumaioiiaiion, (exceia sundarsi.
Omaha and larenworth Kxnrcss. (except
Ulilcagu, Hock I.lan.l and PaslHe Itailroail
naie uor openeu tueir Houtnwesteni
and Missouri l'acltlo HattroatU, ami at I
Atchison with Atchison, Topeka A Santa Fe. f
urancn union racfilcand Atchison a i
Nebraska Ilallroailn. for all polaU ta
iuuian Aerriiorics, voigrwio i
.. ew Mexico. 1
Cnmninv hvs Hull Atll MnaWanr I
ofL.I1?ce wlnrKoom anil Sleeping Cars,
VrnlChlOreiteniallinntvafii. IntArlnPMrrantrA. I
for tho comfort, comenlouco and liucury
yuMcimn aro uneqnaiieu. 11 equaieu, uy an j i
otherears of the kind in the work
sifThrooih tickeu lor sale at all General
in tne states and Canada
HfJOB BIBDLV. flniral SfUMtrlntunJBt.
SMITH. Cleneral Pauinnr Arfnt. rhl.
II II II I af II I I I II
Dr. J. Walker's California Tiiv
Cgar Bitters aro a purely TegetaWo
prcparation.lnado cHcfly from tho na
tire herbs found oa tho lower ranges of
the Sierra Novada mountains of Califor
nia, tho medicinal properties of which
arc extracted therefrom without tho use
of Alcohol. Tho question is almost
daily asked, "What is tho cause of the
unparalleled success of Vinegar Brr
teesI" Our answer is, that they remoTo
the cause of di&aso, and the patient re
covers hii health. They aro the great
hlood purifier and a life-giving principle,
a perfect Benovator and Invigorator
of the system. Never before in the
history of tho world has a, medicine been
compounded possessing tho remarkable
qualities of VctsdAB Bitters in healing the
sick of every disease mania heir to. They
aro a gontlo Pnrjptivo as well as a Tonic,
relieving Congestion or Inflammation of
ths Liver and Visceral Organs in Bilious
The properties of Dr. Walkek's
VlXKiASBrTTBSS are Aperient, Diaphoretic,
Carminative, Nntritions, Laxative, Dinretie,
tive, and Anti-Bilious.
Grateful Thousands proclaim Vrs
EGAS Bittebs the most wonderful In
vigorant that - ever sustained th sinkiDg
No Person can take these Bitters
according to directions, and remain long
unwell, provided their bones are not de
stroyed by mineral poison or other
means, and vital organs wasted beyond
Bilious. Remittent and Inter
mittent FeTers, which are so preva
lent in the valleys of . our great" rivers
throughout tho United States, especially
those of the' Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri,
Illinois, Tennessee; Cumberland, Arkan
sas, Bed, Colorado, Brazos, Bio Grande,
Pearl, Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Bo
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 accompanied by 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 tho purpose equal to
Dn. J. Walkee's Vineoak Bitters,
as they will speedily removo the dark
colored viscid matter with which the
bowels are loaded, at tho same time
stimulating tho secretions of the liver,
and generally restoring tho healthy
functions of tho digestive organs.
Fortify the body against disease
by purifying all its fluids with Veteoab
Bitters. No epidemic can take hold
of a system thus fore-armed.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Head
ache, Pam in tho Shoulders, Coughs,
Tightness of "tho Chest, Dizziness, Sour
Eructations of the Stomach, Bad Taste
in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpita
tation of the Ilcart, Inflammation of the
Lungs, Pain in the region of the Kid
neys, and a hundred other painful symp
toms, are tho offsprings of Dyspepsia.
One bottlo will provo a better guarantee
of its merits than a lengthy advertise
ment. Scrofula, or King's Evil, white
Swellings, Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled Xcck,
Goitre, Scrofulous Inflammations, Indolent
Inflammations, Mercurial Affections, Old
Sores, Eruptions of tho Skin, Soro Eyes, etc
In these, as in nil other constitutional Dis
eases, WALKERS VIXECAR lilTTEIS Have
shown their great curativo powers in tha
most obstinate and intractable cases.
lor Inflammatory and Chronic
Ilhcninatisiii. Gout. Bilious. Bcmit-
tent and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases of
the Blood, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder,
these Bitters bare no equal. Such Diseases
are canscd by Titiatol Blood.
mechanical Diseases. Persons en
gaged in Paints and Minerals, such as
numbers, Type-sotiers. uolu-ueaters, and
Miners, as they atlranco in life, are subject
to paralysis of ths Bowels. To guard
agaiust this. Lake a dose of TTalees's 7lS
egab Bitters occasionalfr.
ForSkinDiseascs. Emotions. Tat
ter, Salt-ltlicura, Blotches, Snots. PimDles.
Pustules, Boils, Carbuncles, Ring-worms,
Scald-head. Soro Evc.. Ervsinolas. Itch.
Scurfs, Discoloration of tho Skin, Humors
and Diseases of the Skin of whatever name
or nature, am literally dn? up and carried
out of the srstcin in a short timo b v the use
of these Bitters.
Pin. Tane. and other Worms.
lurking in Ibo system of so many thousands,
are cflectually destroyed and removed. JTo
system of medicine, no vermifuges, no an
tholminitfcs will frco the srstcm from worms
like these Bitters.
For Female Conmlaints. in voune
or old, married or single, at tho dawn of wo-
mannooa. or me turn oi we, mesa Toaig
Bitters display so decided an influence that
improreoieui is soon pcrccpuuio.
ueanseuic v mated isiood when
ever you find its impurities bursting through
tho skin in Pimples, Eruptions, or Sores;
cleanse it when yon find it obstructed and
sluggish in tha veins; cleanse it when it is
foul ; your feelings will tell you when, Keep
the blood pure, and the health of the system
It. It. McDOS ALD & CO.,
Drecxistl tai Gen. Acts, Saa Francisco, Oli&rall,
and cor. of Wuhinnoa mi Cisritoa Sis, N. T.
Sola by ill Druggists and Dealers.
Corset Skirt Supporter.
For IlMlth. Cccifort and
Stvle. Is acknowledged the
BST ARTICLE of fee kind
Jerer made. Nomerons Tes
timonials in its faror are be
ing; rcccireu irons ail parts
of the United States. '
FOY & HARMON,
New Haren, Conn.
E. B. Strubb,
TTTOULD respectfullj- announce to the citi-
zens or noimea toil sd o n Brmnni m
un u um,ucu ui ua.m vnrc in nil
Harness Made to Order.
has tne rlrtt lor this conntr for the
PATENT TUG BUCBXK. wblcti is
to all others.
flum um wo ucss wvramcn cmpiojeu.
E. II. STKUBBE-
Berlin, OAor. 20, isrt. ltl
Family Sewing Kaokiae.
. i . - 7.
Price, , m S20.S
Cafuicltr ss ttpeeil
eaat .so mnr. re-
rmrdtpt. or cost.
With Senl-Gnldlns feed,
Antomatlo Stitch Fastener. All outer 31 achmca
reqnlre the morement of Iron a to 90 Dl.ci.tii
.MrriUtn tats rMUlresbut Two! ll,J.ht7
Tin&olorslmtillcltTand strenstlv. rorlnUvartlc.
send for Circular-then bur nootner nnui tu
th. Anl.p th. balsnca can h. n n fT . fc
pay full rrca torilnjlo aacMnea, pi, etnnuS
nrit to b. fluclel when six MacltoS aii SJ
Terms to ataatt casa wHk ortsreroTliSi
BECXWITH a. Cfc, W2 BrattMj, N.Y.