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V. A. McI.Ea.
All PI; w Points
CIn C earing
lion Railing for Yer.u'as ami Graro Lot;, aal Job Wo k.
BUT THE "AU RIGHT" CHILLED PLOW,
One and Two Horse, and Save Money.
They are our own make and guaranteed to do Good Work.
All order Oiled mi f-njtnptly as possible.
WOOD & McLANE,
rii-iT Cleveland, Tonn., near Railroad Depot,
CLEVELAND MA RBLlT WO R ii S,
Dealer in and Manufacturer of
A' s 3 Builders
of all hiuds of
Fo.oigu lad Pimes.vj
RHiJITE NONDHEMTS AND TABLETS
furnished tj order.
Plain and Ornamental Slating Done at Short Notice.
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Design and Price List furnished oa application
S .tisf action guaranteed is
L. WILLS A MS,
WOOD & CO,
Wholesale and Retail Dialers in
Tinware and Stoves,
WoodenwaM and Fruit Cann of all descriptions.
ROOFING AND GUTTERING
Done ou shortest pomiible notioe.
We rro tho boio msnufaotnrers of the
DIXIE WOOD PUMP,
Alt of the.
and CANE M LLB. Wo rrumufcolnre nlso
and can fill orders on short notioe.
Tor prioes on any fork in our line, address tho above.
, MMW Hi I I a, 1"' 1
STILL ItJ THE FIELD!
They are Happy who have a
WIGGM WAGON, OS BOGGT, OH HACK,
TEXPfcRAM I i
flaw an ilh'i, tivi
crowded n dn of
i ' '" i i' i tijt
iIIKUjs tj the W. ma
tbrtntisn Tea ranee Uab
t-loM-d its aMona-. Mr. Will
lent l the Union, preiHel. 1kP Vnitv
oi aMacunaftU, conducted the dero-
tional eierUae. Mrs. UaLaofhlir, of
Maiaaahliaetta, made a ringing epeesb
iu favor of the cause of temprrnnee.
She was followed try Mrs. MaHos of
Indiana, a jonrnaliiit, wt oho of the
most eloquent tmi Interesting lady
speakers in the country. Mrs. Malloy.
in the course of her (.perch, rela u 'v.
ml interesting anecdote, among tbetn
one about a celebrated character, a
captain of a achrtotti on the Ohio rirer,
who wni a noted sinner. This captain
got bin cehooner on a sandbar at Cairo,
and sent word to the (. hiistian ladies
of tho town that he was under coovic
tion for in, and doired them to come
to his schooner and have a prayer meet
ing for his benefit. "The ladios," mid
Mrs. Malloy, flocked to the captiin'a
old hulk in large numbers, and upon
arriving there were requested to 'go
aft.' Thev f jund the captain apparently
very penitent. The weight of the ludios
aided mate:ial)v in floating the schoouet
off the sandbar, and as soon as the cap
tain found that he was b11 right agaiu
he called ont to them to get off th
boat ; that the prayer meeting would
be pot-tponed until the, next trip." This,
Mrs. Malloy paid, reminded her of the
two great political parties. As soon ne
one of them got in u close corner they
always called on the women to hold a
prayer meeting and help them out, bui
as soon as assistance was lrndered they
would cry out, "Wait till the nest lii;
f . ... II.. ..... W,.,1.. " I .11" .
tui no, j.io.ii uji-ri iuj-. M l if
wait any longer for either party," said
Mrs. Malloy ; "we will organize a thir 1
party and bury the two old rotten par
ties beyond resurrection."
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tioi of ether isaerialaa ! If.iiWkryReia inete. i! feev in uiame- rtL. ! Villi i J 7 A ItraA All
ar mm. ... i .'i t r m n m mm jrr rni
ran Bomapii.'s rises uineiy-iwo its rjcffiW w sp
And by using
Iron and Steel Co
Painting and Workmanship,
In the fntnre as wo have in the past, and growing better by oxporiauw ai tima
goes by, m PaH try lo merit eotitiaMd Patronae,
Wo earneatiy thank our fxitnda for all help in the past, and ask oil so
' ill on na at
OUR 3 E W HIIOl
Mostly and the Federal Officer.
J. Eten Cooke, who served in the
Confederate army, contributes on article
to the series of war skotches published
by the Philadelphia Timet. The article
gives an a"Couut oi some of the exploits
of Colonel Mosby. WTe make an ex
tract as follows : "
A single instauce may give a general
idea of Mosby's mode of warfare his
capture of General S oughton. This
officer was at Fairfax Court House, and
his quarters were ranged round with a
cordon of troops, which it seemed
wholly impossible to penetrate. Mosbj
uevei heless formed the design of tr.k
ing General Stoughton prisoner and dij
so. On a dark night he silently ad
vanced on the village, captured the
pickets without firing a shct, reached
the tour:, hr.uso undiscovered, seized
General Stoughton whilst he was asleep
and brought him a piisoner into the
Confederate lines without the loss of a
man. This was only ono of a hundred
incidents of the pavlif-an warfare. It
wds not often that things were aceom
plihil by Mosby thus quietly and
peacefully, fleprefeiredattacking and
fighting, and all through the yearn 1862,
'ticl and 'Ci, the Federal pickets and
raiding parties were tolerably certain lo
have something to do with this unrest
ing partisan. He was seldom defeated
and never outwitted to my knowledge
but once. The incident has never.been
in print, I believe, ami I am assured
that the partisan never related it, it was
so very mortifying. It is a trilie, but
may amuse the reader. Colonel Mosby
had crossed the mountains with a few
men into Clarke county, when he was
informed that a Federal officer with a
squad of cavalrymen was in tho vicinity.
The officer had stopped at "Clay Hill,
the residence of Mr. Whiting, and
Mosby made up his mind to capture
officer and men. His action was
prompt, as usual. He went to Clay
Hill, captured the Federal officer while
ho was seated at supper and carried him
off prisonor to Upperville, east of the
Bluo Kidge. There had been nothing
at ail unpleas.uil ubout die whojo affair,
Mosby and his prisoner weraj
most friendly term'?. The pari
ridoen his favorite trray mare
scout, and r.t Upperville was
bosido hor ready to mount, w
Federal officer said :
"That's a superb animal, colonel
"Yes." was the gratified reply of
partisan as he patted the mare's neck.
The officer sauntered closer.
A-tjer.v 'fljOO snima'!" he repoated.
"PH tjry hV pASes !''Aa
himself infa ,tho stdJfjkwHBjr
at full Hpned.,';n(l ('oloneiMoi.'bj
again saw his favorite gray niare
'. VPho growth of plant's of all ItinA.''
Df 0. W. Siemens claims, uftor i n peri-1
mi nf, dan bo stimulated -by tho eleotrio
light. As is well known, plants grow i
all the year round in tropical rcgioejHj
and Dr. Siemens believes that the ( iee J
trio light over glass, kept burning all
night, will keep plant-life active during
the winter months, even in temperate i
f iim l
Secretary Bnnt has approved thtfj
finding of tho court martial iu the case
of Passed Assistant Surgeon Paul r'itz- j
simmonp, U. 8. N., chargod with soaU
dalous conduct. Tho senteuoe was,
that ho be suspended from duty for;
three months and reprimanded by t lie'
meat asd I'ot.i rrr. For M
of varistyand to phase children,
wiia (omer.hiw to ieuaciuatfa iv i
,makb ohee a year a meat and potato pie
Make a oust as fcr chicken pie, and fill
it with pieces of beefsteak, either partly
cooked or raw ; season it welt, and in e
a gravy of melted butter and water
thickemd with flour; pour over the
meat and then put in a layer of mashed
potato, and the crust on tho top of thst
If it is too mnoh trouble to ma h the
potato, put ir t-mall cooked ones whole;
lie snre and Lave enough gravy so the
pie will not be dry. Do not make the
crust so rich as to bo unwholesome.
s.k.i fmr Kerllllzlnc.
The Giirdtntr's Chronicle contains the
follow ing on soot as a fertilizer: "I
have long bad great faith in toot as a
manure, and have 1 ero a covered box
placed near the castle, into which the
sweep puts a'l the soot from the chim
neys and flues, from time to tiu,e ; thin,
in tho course of the jear, amonnts to
an incredible quantity of manure, and
very handy and useful we find it. When
a piece of ground is dug we give it a
dressing with soot, and then in garden
ing phrase, 'break it down' for the e, p ;
this nally mears running a harrow or
ro jgh inke over it, and it mixes tho soot
with ihe soil nicely, ar.d the resalt is
always satisfactory in the crop. Last
year our onion crop showed unmistaka
ble ligns of the maggot; I immediately
hod the iieco dressed with soot.
Heavy rains set in just after, and poou
the onions were on tho'r legs and the
f . t.
jiiflow mere was, lust summer, a
heaVy rainfall, when the ground was
found covered with tiny blood-red liv
The Bible has been translated into
22f languages and diah cts, and in the
last eight years 1 10,000,000 copies have
The Eiceutive Mansion at Washing
ton is called tho " Whitu House" from
Its being built tntirciv of white material.
Tho walls of the eentral building are of
white sandstone, from an island at Aquia
Creek, Va. The extension is of fine
white mirble from Leo, Mass., and the
columns are of white marble from Maryland.
VL.. ill i
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' TKaV' r i '
Near Railroad Depot,
, by n printer nai
on Mill Sttgh
Flrrka, or "Wlilic ni.."ln Crrmn.
Flecks uro generally supposed to be
pieces of dried cream, and possibly
sometimes they may be, bnt nsuully
they are not, for occasionally they exist
in milk before any cream ros, and
sometimes aro mingled with butter made
by processess of cold-setting in which
the cream remains soft, no part of it
being dried tall. They seldom appear,
however, in bulter made by cold-setting
; they ore mostly found in butter
made in dairies where the milk is se t
without any other cooling than that of
the air in tho room where the milk
stands. For the most part they are
developed in milk after it cornea from
the cow. By quickly cooling milk to. a
low degree, change is so much airested
that liiey cannot develop. They can
only form within certain limits of tem
porutnrc, and when they do, are likely
to appear a3 plentifully in the milk a'
in the cre.aun, and often more so, wiich
is evidence adverse to their being origi
nated from dried eroam. Ir milk which
is in a perfectly normal condition thoy
never appear. Tluy always occiir in
miik which is moro or less faulty. They
aro very apt to accompany un inflamed
state of the. u;lder, and seldom or never
appear without it. When milk is all
right, the surface of thercioam may be
exposed to curreuts of dry air until it
becomes quite dry and hard, with-it
showing any indication of "white caps"
a they are sometimes called. The dried
cream, when mixed with the rest and
well stirred up, soon becomes soft, and
churns the same as the rest. But when
milk, which in a little feverish, or in
some othor way faulty, is thus exposed
to the air withurckbeing first well cooled,
fle -iH will bet pretty sure to show them
m hi sin nupbors proportioned to the
exposriMcljEhenever flecks are liable
to bo develomd, there can, with t),o
aid of a mieTclacopo, be seen in the milk
small specks cXBolid matter with frag
mentary ahapS which form tho nucleus
of tho flecks.When such milk is set in
a glass vessel And kept without much
ooling theso spooks ova be seen to en-
ny me ctuguiauon unei aeiuesiou
he milk ivt contact with them.
nor or Later t.Mry swell from gas form-
mg witum tiieui, ami, upcoming ugJ;M r
than the milk, rise toward the surfacfftjid
more or less of them beoome imLorttMSft
in the oft cream. When thny form in
die milk they aro almost wholly Oora
piod uf curd, but whpn formed in the
cream they uro vorv rieh in cream, hav
ing much, und perhaps more, cream
1 mposition, as enrd.
eople at Little Bock, Ark., are
n ii li exercised over two remarkable
evits which have just been reportod.
Boliert Nebf.n, aged 70, hns suffered
heavily by reason ef the long-continued
dr ii; Id, and one day began cursing the
Lorn for iiermitting such an affliction.
While thus engaged lie suddenly fell
baokwArd having been stricken with
pSfcralysis. He has not sfioken sinoe. A
sin ilav occurrence is reported in Union
ctofctity, where a yunng man named John
inn, who had siiotteu blasphom-
In l.'ord for not. se'ndirrf rain,
Wr.K struck byigbtning and killed.
'iThc'ne incidents wcro Ide topics of
When frogs ro sei.ud by sn
enlarge UuniKhe'i Wonderful
if vim snake be of amall it
Mr. E. rurcell, No. 11 Ann street,
NVw York, use-il St. Jacobs Oil for
rhoumatism with entire relief writes
a Nhw York jonraa'. JUeJunoMd, ( la )
"This is 'swarm,'' as the man re
marked whe n the bees mistook him lor
It, world be anpponcq frotu its popn-tnri';-
that only one substance is now
known to tho world for the relief of
rheumatism, and that is St. Jacobs Oil.
St. Lnui (Mo.) bitpatvh.
It is a mistake f.r a man tu carry a wtcha
and bnurl I utire-ly to clocks.
RMTOEBO KHOM A ))E, I INK.
Konni flBEte-e, N. Y., April 25, JK70.
Dr. It. V. PlEBcm, BulTala, N. V.: DeartK.
I feel it my duty in write mel tlisiiu fOQ tut
wliat your "Golden Memos! riinnovery" and
"Favorite PrtseriptifHi" havs done for my
daughter. It i now live weeks BIQC0 hIio hopau
their use. Klic m more flebliy, has moro color
inlierface, no hcadaclie, and is in other Waj'l
greatly improved. Youni irnlv,
Mas. M RCKLL V MYEK8.
Honoraldn ago is not that which stnudeth in
length of time, nor that which i measured by
nimibor of ft ais. Itut wisdom is the way br
unto men, 'and an unspotted life is old age.
A TcKlnmcut Rpvlarr'a Opinion.
Tlie eniiniiit author, Prof. A. C. Kendrlek,
D. D., LL. U., who in professor of Hebrew,
Latin and CI rook iu the t'nivor.ity of Hochos
ter, and was one ef Ibe revisers of the New
Testament, in geurral eonversaiion with, a
nnmlxir of gontleinen. a short time siucfl, aid :
"I have reOeived teem the use of Wwuor'a
Safe Kidney and Liver Cure very-Karkeel
and 1 can - mpud it
Tlie Popo is enjoying fits ono
turd cn tcbing, m the Vatican g
the cntoli is sent to the hospitals.
Veoetine. This prortaratiou ie scienlifi
oall.v and cl.cmioally combined, and so str.mgly
concentrated from roots, hc-i'!s mid !
that its ;;o.l ll'i cts aro realized iniiuc liatdly
alter commencing to take it.
lirs, Emma Willird Hkclton, of AaWmrn
ham, Muss , died at. tho Home for Aged Womi u
in Bostou, aged iu:i years and 10 mouths'.
"Golden Meduiu. Pipcoveby" (trade-mark
registered) is not inly a sovereign ramedy lor
eonsuniniion, hut aim. f r conauutpttVe niglit
swcat, liiouchitis. emiiihs, spitting (rf.Moofl,
weak lungs. sliortnesH of breath, ami kindred
affoi tions of the Uiroat as.d clifisL I'.y drug-
I What shall it profit an editor if he ciiiu the
whole world as subscriber and they don't pay
Unlike othor cathartics 1M. Pice,- "Pil'.els"
donol render the tv e coxtive af'i i "o- ratien,
but. on (ho contrary esiablish permannitly
healthy action, lit ing eiitir.lv vegotablo uo
part iuolar euro is renpiiicd while m-in" them.
' BJt t
It is extraordinary lnw lime a man may
look among The crowd wijjiuut dincovcring Mio
aec of a friondy
.! - '
A TOUGH HORSE STORY.
ThoC'iiiebinriti Enquirer lately publi.-hed
tin: lolltyvvim: horse story, wloeh we I
jurt -W it !ippeare;il: '' A curious instance
eif aaga ily in i he hoe-.:' excir.red recently
in tin stables nl' Mr. A. Tnughman,. situated
ev. North Kim street. Mr. T. hns for a long
fa been in the habit of using M..t.i oils
O'tU the (treat Cierniati lv'eL.ly, in his cf
tensive stables. Among Mr. T.'s many
Wrsesisagreat.powerliil Canadian draught
horse. Tliisanimal in' course of time got
ki (hat that he knew the St. Jacobs Oil
bottle very well; so well, infaet.lhat one day
recently on Mr. T.'s return from business,
upon entering the stables he caught him
licking the sore shoulder of a beast which
stooel beside hi ui; the animal, giving a wlaa
IIKMH I A It Hill. lilt. l, t.
In Hie hi VI SALVE tor Oil, hrrtZFr, Soi, Hirer.
Halt Itin in,,, Tetter, Chi i-.1 IU11.K ClillMains !
all kti'dt el Sklu Enilloi. Kreeklio aud '
I'imi U. (let IIKMtl' S i'aRIIOLIC SALVIA u all
otber am rouuli rtei'a. Price 2f rentn.
lilt. 4JHKKN S OWIiKNTKII HITTHt-
li tte 1mI reiuili lor lJ. v.oa liilleiimuKs. lla
laria. In.lla' -llou and Uimk u ul the Wood. Kid
De, Lix r. Skin. etc.
IU liNO S ( ATAUmi Uftrnr eurea all 0ectl"i
of the unit- u nil nil.raui . of the head autftliruat.
Hit Mi ITT 8 UVEB PUXS are the uesi Catha
i om i.it h t kMiarautfci
i STANDARD REMEDY
IN MANY HOMES.
rat Cohf. (Sidw. Cra.s BranehtiUaaf J
vile UIWtt'.M f ite T;ir( and I.I M." II
umr nJ ami utlarij Ujnrti' .m-ra
IN CONSDMPTITE CASH
It m ar- t--tt' tti " RrlMtT-Bfa:
i' j . -.. :rrii cnrd hi the OU
it r.t, L
Wt'COl ulll,I. i-ra.uanu to haroi tbe iuuiu or oid
AS AN EXFECT0RANT IT HAS 0 EQUAL!
IT CONTAINS NO CPIUM IN ANY FORM I
i. H. HARRIS A CO., Proprietor,
r, I,,,,, .,..o';,oi nays that "One oft.
ptMtlng neisla of LoflUvillo is a r.t'
nald. ii itoohad with anim-ls il.at eat
WILL CURE CANCER SALE BY ML DRUGGIMS.
Proof! Proof! Proof!
II It. flTFVKNJl, Ki.:
Pear Sit Aleout lo Vfars 20 p raurer marlf it ,
a;j aranrft on m tw, wtt k1M tf my nose. W'hm '
I Miv t unticdl It. 'twas lUtout tlir lite of u l iu-lc ,i l '
iv' r RfutH), ii hiTfttaKl la lite, anl ppn'atl on mv
far hi.' it bAOMM aa i uv an a roumion east. I ;
trit'd all kin! "I rfmfl.li1, and ah'lt'c trvrn a nhv ,
hi'imm. it w.ts viTct'linn Mini ealinn ill to mv iVti
Mi nat. I was very inucb Ui!iirl. I wont to m-
a I'livwtt'ian wlnirnn'-flcanrfru: he did nt give m I
Diu'h eiKVxtr.vnif'ut. It i-aln-vt uvs vvry nmoli: I i
Buff' rvd uliiht iiud dav. It uniildhlcmlat tiinf" v i
WoluiHu . Kverytl)(iy( ru donn th'it oopM ho to '
par tocttMthttcwioof. II) Lrtliirhai a.-tMi-cron !
Mm lip; in- Kuhmiltfi to an ofMranon. beluu ll !
dlriCAiimKftd. I wah on dav In Mr. WoodlxTry'tH
a' '.li' (ari Htore? of thia town. Ur tfave in our
1 '.i 1 1 1 1 1 ; . 1 i . rontainiiiK many iMirofl hy tin- tw ni v.y.
ftinc 1 founl on puro 10 wh.-ro Vtyt tlue had t'oird j
a ' iin r on a lady' none. I then bought $ loltlc of
four VCtfetiao, an l It imVLl a crt'at IthKiUL; lo on";
1 cmlti rM ofuod pfferf from it riK.it away. AitiT
takiurt thn-c !mtth,i it toij -l thi n; Trading oi thr i
ounvr about iho rdnoi; It cberltrd (1m- oat tup Into
ni' fi'-sh. I could it wan pradiiiill' braljntr. I
k'id or; (akini? VHtottms the raocrr alowlj diap-
prarlnt;. until I bad taken lti-pu bottlw an l it ,
nP't .- oarcul ft, It ha- li-tt a liirnr war on one '
fan of my Dnatnaan I fr.d it in dutv to rooouunotid ,
Vejirtlno to all lik uniTei-ers, It h im r'aluh h rr at
'lllO'Mi iiinn- r. I am now Kixty-thrbfl yearn oi
hl . Mid Ytvetiui! has L'ruttly improvud my Rrurral
boallh. oura iuottt lvaiert tnlv ,
WM. P. OtiEAVBR.
34 Federal St.. licvrrly, Mafs,
Wo, whnao nam'4" arc annoxrd. ran tosttfy to the
above, as Mr. Clravoa ia au ohl roaidunt of thin town.
0. WOrtnBEliUY. Apotb'y, RtCHAltD PlSDItlCK,
HCRRKUTH SMITH, ANDKUW I, K.VTOX,
A. OLIUUEN. a to. s. MtiJ.Err.
CONSUMPTION CAN BE CURED!
I .... - Conniintplloii, ( '.'-. Piirumoiiln, In
i i. . , . Ilrunrliiiil lllltlrulllr llronclilila,
Hon i arnrxK. e-u,o,n. ( roup iuioi.lna
i'on,.'h. ii i'..i nil lt!.en. ni ili Itrenililof
Oi'Kinia. Ii niiulbra und beiiUihc Iciiilirnuc
oi ihe l.tiiu-. lull. o.i -d und polaoiioa by Ihm
ilseiiae, und ,ireins ibe iiluht mtmu Hnd
1llililueari'iu lUe I. lii,ll ii.iiill)Hll
I. ( nit-uiiiiuimi la nitl on t nen nlile nialndy.
IAI.IH IIW.vV'l ill earl- nu, eva
Ihniibli P,0eilHla mt WttM
Free! Cards! Ffee !
Wn will pond free tn mail a auri act id our 0r
llian l o lli'li, I ;,f.aii alel I'u r.ivil lillU". enn'ta.
with a ri ' lid el oT.'r a hiindn I .loi.-n ul de-oQa,
blirwi; ' o! a "Ihiiii for i o- i,w Tin" rrMiotaJ.
:, ,, , ,bnl larure, flue idetura el '....eardr.
:i . : l. -r and t. ! liround-.- lormitM tna
Iin"-: "Hi '. 'ii in tl." norl 1 XV" will Jao ucli
a enufid.'iilal iiiiee hit ol our laiy- and ".uall .'li r.
iiios. A Mm I'. HI.i;Ai-(IS C0..48 SniiiiHPrSt.,
Hi l nn, Mai.
B.liOO ,Vy;eiIH WlUltrM r.r Lite or
H. R. STEVENS, Boston, Mass.
Vegetine is Sold by All Druggist?.
It i-onVn the f ill hlnten nf Id.neliln and pTfiitfnl
llfn BUd daat.ir'Ilyaiwat.-'iiialKm. Mnrcieai treatment
d'-nili. f ii ii.tm 1 olMC'Hil.'f, etc. I In1 o' "I rliitnea
' ,.i.t ,! I .:, , ;,, ,i '. . I'..--, i', l i. i nyi
im ial'"u. TI.K in I lie only aiitlieiiMr and Inlli II
hutruled If i ul mir llanvreil rrifidcnl. I1utw
lint ' r.tii!. IMni Itinni In :ui'nN, I'lri'iilar ffvo.
iil lri'JiH NAIMNAI. Pi;iil.lMllil CO.. l'hll.,P,
m El Ml
Paraana1 I'm un 1 1 vp I'lIU m it'- Now lll T
If you are
In tho inquiry Winch is tho
best Liuunuut for Man and
Beast? this ii tho answer, at
tested nytwo peneratious: t!io
MEXICAN HUSTANU LINI
MENT. The reason is sim
ple. 1 1 penetrates every soro,
wound, or lameness, to tho
very bonefnnd drives out all
inttammatoryand morbid mut
ter. It ' goes to the root " of
the trouble, ami never fails to
euro in double quick time.
Mood, and will (oinrlete.'.r (dimitfe (ha nWxid In Ilia
M.tir- 0'atim in ihree mnntlia. An" I'l-mon wlio
j v.lll Ink.-1 no pill ciw li i.'f lit from I tuiswri mav lw
! Pcsd'Ti-ll to nll rid lll'llltll, If nlli'll II illill I'M ImaailllO,
s,. ,i vwlier.. r wtit liy wall Jfc s I hit atiimi.
I. S. dOHNSIl.N .V t:0., Ilii-lon, iWuna.,
! r,,,-iii-i: Itnnaiil' Ate.
na v anted forl.lfo m Iil
di n i iartli Id. A roinidotOi fMth
!ui nJM'irv (inm ra llc tnaravr.
bj Ihe euitoxnt Idiwril'li . Hoi. ', '"; "n
n'ad- ..r deliver.. : ele;aMl' lllnsimled vnlliuie.
I ml .. ed edition i,ihtI tTnia. AwntalalwioMorn
fur It i JU lo " i ea dad Ont-ell- anr oilier
liiiiik i"ii to one. Aaeiits iierer made monov an laat.
Tli. I..' mill- llaidl. Kvin.'ii. uol nivesaary.
t'ailnre nnliuowu. All mo Iran ee ir.ilita. rrl
vale teniiafn-e fluoi-itv s ris'iiv i P iriiiim;. Me
If vnn enjov a lamirb lieartlly
Tn. 1. read ,-.iir.Seii:wr ia Sronn
III Baiiiun'Tiilil ! Iiiniji oiib'.c,
'I :,. rj . 1 i..,i or A- Trick Monk") ;
l'li- iiiiilmr, K. li. rogtab M. V.
LLIUBtratttd oontcnta lruo.
, lint If ynn're fend of loin o' fun.
IiikI I'll' 1 1".' I'eli (lli'ieoni
I'nr Mneli' l.anl ma areoutdnne.
'Tin- l'o . a ed tiin-Kiiu
t 'Ar-' f I'm . i ..f. '.i;l iiHivone.
.JR. - "I i! x km. i lM u ro.
tr rvyiV 1 - s"'' v ' Voitty.
pfaYiaj I'l.XX-: Hl.-V"t HI.Ahl
I nr 11. idlnn I'lnba. l-'r Annil' urTlmatrtcaJthTini
leran.'eTla' s.IlrawlnK-Melii I'ia-a.l-'air.' Vlave.l lln
milan lea a.tnl ' U...ikH,S miliera Tan mntineH,Tali
loux I.lirhta, MaBueniiini I. uhla.O icred Plw. Miirnl
Onrk, Tbealrlcal Ka.-- rr irllDna, Jarltv'a xxai
air) I aperSi'ei.ci" . X( I'ni.ileuiica "t ut tree, eon- ,
lainii (.' lull di'M-dlittin and l'ee. M.III l.b
I'HKSt II 4 MIN. :s K. I l b - .. ew Yark.
S10K3 lid 1 His
T.u:ie- Illsiorj ol I
i.;n,-. Me rat nr.'. 1 1
I'ge l.inn mi!. Iiand
soiuelv li.euid, lor
onlv (VI eenta.
y a 11
aurvo.v to hia licking Trortt,tnBjeJ hia Httfi
it .id rniiKlitdp xvilli ln teem limn wie uox
naed ns itsrocp))tlilp a bottle of ST. JACOBS
t)iL. lie tlircw Iho buttle on the floor
Avitli violence enough to break it, and then
(li libcratel.v licked tip the Ht. JACOBS OIL
and applied it to the cut. Kciulcrs, we have
seen the luwsof association belied hy beinga
atilh les sense than Tnngfamaa'a home.
The word has passieil ainong W, and when
wo ace a man who won't try the Oil, we
nay, 'He is worse than Toughiiinn's horse.'"
Tomaii.vthisinaynppcar nsn very "inm li "
ftory; and xvere there not prooft inninner
ahle'of the rfflcaey of the Great Geriumi
Kemetly ihey would ho jitstified lu ao
designating it. The teBtiraouy,hoxvexer,ia
plentiful anil nointetl, and ia from K nple
whoae long rxperienco in matters ijp' r
talning to liorscflcKli entitles their'orini"ui
to profound cuuuidcrntiun and respect..
To the People r i South,
RTXOi IttOl'NTA IN mid Urn IIKUOE.
A h(tory of thMUJe, O- t. 7. 17H0.Rt.il tlio fvi-iiff.
wlilrli !- l tn it. ulttyHro 9Wn ' 'M( in nfdtitin,
in now j ii-.i umirrnj fnrdclivcrv. Th" uiitltor
I.V.MAS ('. I'llAI'XK. UL. 1. Ims HlH'Ilt r- in irnth
(riiitf ii nil :.tN nr tho wort, wlii.-li ;.tn.iiMlf in
L j Inn nritnlH of fc'ventUrrs l huir ln'.'inltli om
ra,itliki iui' rc-itim: tu clrt und (lml Tin h'
a iidint- of Fiirli inon n ) lumpball, Kliullr . Hi vior,
Clfvcland, Lat-fx, Villiaiii. llHiubrifrlit. Me I m .11,
WinNtoti, Hftniinon.l, und ti fir nlhcwn, now livinu
by the thou nndfl tlirniilntiit Hie rWuth, Mill wH
Hiiir I hif i. rin;iii'iit. record of tlittt iori"'!1 v-'nt
which tuni'-il tint tide ni tue Uovi-l'iliotl. ' u w.t k
' tj.taiiif til'2 pAffcft, un Hoc paiwr, beaut ilnll bound,
v ltii Hion iici'l iKirtrtii'ix ul the Heroe, hikI uhui i
iniHwo dru.B. with Indfxof 6, t rcifnnm-i h. Prlrr
Sll. Hsut V'-Htnid on roe int of rrioe orTUHvb.- I nd
nt AvnitN In nrorv 'onuv. PKTKit (i. THOMSON
l'libllshrr. No. 179Vinn8t., Cimtujimi, 0.
AareiHn WHiitril for nnMft g.ictl territory.
Rfli.d for .erm1 . i irculunt aid iin rop .
land, fi laiy.
Vt nin. vol a.
..I, .lli'.,,,K H' .
M,KHATT.N II" ! Co.HW.Ulll -I .N.V. r.d.ll'H V.
mnmm y,t)i.H,i ht.miahii ' iu .
l tRpli I'ur.-' Xe,-. lalde SiyarlVH-l 1111a. A
i Fflfct liaverdallltiK rem. , for I'i'.vmi and 1
I A'u.'K. UltMoOaitiae, and all Mm.uuV. rlaeacn,
I Oontaliia no Onii.liie, M. renrv oi l.,mna ol anv
I Und. Trial II. .x sr.vr Hr. Ail In . Standard
OOrr- Co, 1 14 fi'aaaan HI., T"W Vurli Ct .
.VNTKIJ to rent or hit' an mii rnviid or uniin
I M .rioe.l Wh. r r.. . r In a I'l'idlon al...".::nHn In
Weai llelil N"W VorK.
'it; U.Tli'liri !,.: m l7w to every ;
l. r ol llii. fape . ,VH'irl)liili
yon CHd furlt, Addrvaa
II. 11. II., T. O. lion Mil. Buffalo. If. T.
liriilT iimr.i . arnei i atudent" aweliiiw lardd and
li ilioroii'li training fnreolli'K", inr Imafiawa) mav
leurn "I a.e,'lal raUn Inun ItKV.J. I,. TOLK. Mi. V.
M vaik. Del.
A yi'.Mt .mil ciieiifit to
arfcnta. On ttit ire,.. Aildimn V.
II. Vleltmv, or ii in. Me,
AiJk.NT'aWA'iTti) in' '.in i atKl Ifajfjen
Halllnn I'li'inrlal Hooka and Blbliia. Waal ra
InaedJei ret, Natini.al t'nti. V. WidiMelidio I'a.
at'AiiairiEi n to wontl wria
aMiaivK .mi. rovEii
Rre nnr tow I'tlcea f ir En
friimaml llollor coniplnci
ii llnrae Power, idO
i I .'J " IN I
1 :: fa
Ke,,,i i,,r nnr new I ami'lilnt.
4 AH, l.el 1 Kl. & i O.. Hni'.iiBfli Iblo,
vinnrn'n nLrn ro i . ., - I'Uh.uh.
araa...aaa. a ,a MKHITT
I If U rl .,, 1'r.if. MARTINI. U .dfMI
V, 4-.I. i t IM WmM will r..f mi Man ww , M?7 )
ft TtiaiW y ii fouie l.uitd i iMTflattlniwatl'l v TjflA I
fcalli ilh nP. Uin4 RIM ol M
-Tiwe, J"II Ifl'irt"! t
' i Ma-rtma. IiIMmiI D FI'
data f aMrrti
I I. no
alliiallou, aildrean Valentin Broa, Ji
1'jdera Tjt'alv Cured.
naVM it l"i' 9 veara.
DUim. Kiiaeliclli. N. .).
e "ii'i lliat
Ad, In a Joa. fk
Ina ar lele. lull,, wori'l , I aaiiiE.1,' rraa
v. s.L m-einaa
1 -klVHUl 'l:-: in nn HU'e without iml.li. it , . He.id
JLtaiiii inr tin law. tl. It. SIMH Obmnno. 1
t" T A rTtPTTT'C! Oaulnen, Im. ladrru. ar.nnw
merle in Wteh (' .riitalMirili, PlW
Unvuicara. oiai.,ti,t im i.i.u-a. y
M a taa m am au , t. aw. (ta Pi'
aratati n rat WP'III, I ininnrrn
Improvements New StyloB-'Aow Ciitalogue.
THE MASON & HAEV2LJN ORGAN CO!
Wlinaa eahlnel or parlor nrirat
tiual nkiiiniTioNa lor roim't
oti'.nb at ant). Iiavc olTactod
yeaii alnoc: and an' now offei
MEPIVM and KM.il.l.r.n hivi.ni
NEW lf,l,l)M'l'IIATF,li CATA1
tratluif more tlian H"1 "t! I' " '!
al ..lit nrvaiiaisciM raljv, wlHCi
rol l. A.'ilrea. a A t-0 S iX.
Kill it, NI'.XV V'.Hi li; or III)
X llll ' '
fir. MKTTAI ll'.-l III Al
hnrt time Ixilli Ml I. ami M I vol .
Ihe iiorvinia . vatein. i leu nno tliei auiii
rvgnlitr lirullhy tMrtlun ol tlte nunel,
A ftilt altar l"v ni Hi
rtei on re, mad
(,.' ily all
H E JLIMC H