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"'(Enquirer,
J, Vi IIOWINi ' Editor.
OFFICE-Tn Mrotid . Story or Hjiwn
Ttnlldinir. North Sldo of AlkUi Street, Ul
'CkJtiitiliu.
KoArtlinr,. - December 27, 71.
The Grant Post Master at
East Liverpool, OLio, is in
trouble. He lms stolen O,
ve ehonld be polite, like Mont
gomery of the Logan Republi
can, And say he has "misap
plied" only $15,C00.
ufonALrrv in "The Urn." Ah
excliaiujo mmcr beforo m pays:
"Fifty bar-keepers wore lutely uo-
luro ono judre in loslon lor dealing
in spirituous Honors." T hut don't
Leesburg Press.
Why, Col. Pike, that sounds
all ri;;lit. You know it is at
the ('hnb." . Our Pilgrim fath
ers Untied neat' there in 1-G20,
and they have been reforming
about there ever since. It's
all right, lt'you doubt it, just
ask some old white cravat
wearing Kulical preacher if
there i-: anything about the
"hub" that don't sound well,
and he will knock you into the
Atlantic with his gold-headed'
eanc which wa purchased with
money, made before we were
born, by the Massachusetts
Yankee, by the, sale of uig-gers
to iSoulh Carolina.
Kansas.
The Grc-tt State of Kansas
is no'.v the cynosure of all eyes,
and the main tide of emigration
appeals to be turned thither
ward. Such hing the ease, it
would be well for all parties
who contemplate a movement
in that direction to avail them
selves of the het opportunity
for obtaining information res
pecting that rapidly rising
State, that may be presented.
Those remarks are suggested
by a perusal of 'Tin: Kansas
AdyeutlsEH,' a copy of which
lies before up, and which ap
pears to be a perfect cyclopedia
of Kansas matters. It alio has
the merit of freshness and
cheapness, as it makes its ap
pearance regularly every month
wilh new matter in each suc
ceeding issue, and at a price
which, compared with the
value- of the knowledge con
veyed, n a mere bagatelle.
Price, $1 per annum. Speci
men copies, containing club
rate?., can be obtained by en
closing .stamp to the proprie
tors and publishers, Messrs.
Emii, Pieroy and Co., Topeka,
Kauris. Every person in
tcroned in Kansas should sub
scribe for this excellent Journal.
Will they Speak Out?
If fifty of the leading Ke
publif!;tna in the country who
: re known to be decidedly
borl'.l.1 to the it nomination of
Gen. Grant would only speak
out promptly and boldly on
that su'iject, they could rend
er hi d feat in the next Na
tional Con ven I ion a foregone
conclusion beyond all perad
venture. liut if lor two or
three months L nger they pur
mm the: s'lilly-ahally course
which they have pursued fur
the last sis month.-, Grant will
stand a good chance to be re
nonrnated in spile of their latter-day
opposition.
Hut, though Grant may be
renominated, he will not be
re-elected; and moreover he
will be defeated by such an
idliiiwo and under nueh circum
stnticis that it will give the
finishing blow to the Repub
lican oi'gnuiz.uion.
"Will Dr. Horace Greeley
see to this matter ere it be too
N. Y. Sun.
it i again announced for the
hundredth time, that the Cu
b?m insurrection U at an end,
and that the insurgents iu large
numbers, are delivering them
selves up, and promising to be
good and loyal Spanish titi
ssciis hereafter.
Kansas Correspondence.
COLUMBUS, KANNAS,
Nov. 21, 1871.
J. W. Bouen-Editot inquirer:
"We have had fine crops here
this season corn "being more
than nil average, and equal to
any I ever tav in Ohio.
very tair crop was gaiaereu
m . , 1 . . . 1
from prairie land broke last
spring.
AYe had plenty of rain, ex
cept from about the 1st of Au
gust to the 10th of October
but the farmers continued
plowing for wheat and contin
ued, sowing during the dryes
weather. Since then we have
had an abundance of rain, the
cround beiner very wet. Bu
the roads here never become
so muddy, or the mud so deep
as those leading into McArthur,
This fall has been ' a very
good time for emigration.
Provisions are abundant and
cheap. Wheat 5 cents to
$1 per bushel. Corn 25. Oats
20. Potatoes 60. Sweet Pota
toes 75. Beans $2.50. Turn
ips 25. Pork - to 5 cents
per pound, JLSeet o too cents.
Sorgum Molasses 05 per gal
lon. Considerable surplus
produce has been shipped
Nortli this year. A wheat
buyer here told me not long
ago that he bought 700 bushels
of wheat that farmers brought
to town in one dav.
Employment for a ii umber
of men can be had at Coalfield,
in mining and hauling coal.
The process of mining is simi
lar to digging ore the coal
being stripped of dirt, slate,
etc. before it is dug. About
one-half the claims iu this
county are settled; but those
still unoccupied have nearly all
had work done upon them by
some one, with the view of
holding them for speculation.
Generally only the hedge rows
broke around them; sometimes
au acre or two of prairie broke;
but nothing but actual resi
dence will hold a claim, if any
one desires to move on it.
None of the lands known as
the 'Cherokee Neutral Lands,1
are yet in market, but were
surveyed several years ago
The dispute between the settlers
and James F.Joy still remains
unsettled.
Yours truly,
S. C. STEINBROOK.
Farmer's and Miners' Railroad.
The certificate of incorpora
tion of the Farmers' and Min
ers' Railroad Company, to con
struct a road from Urbana
through Clark and Madison,
(making London a point), Pick
away, making Circleville a
point. Hocking and Yinton
counties to the Marietta and
Cincinnati Railroad,- at or near
McArthur, was filed in the
Secretary of State's office, on
the 10th inst. Capital 1,000,
000. Corporators, Hugh Mc
Donald, John II. Young, Ed.
Jennings, Champaign county;
It. G. Cun, J. C. Baker, W. A.
Dun, I. F. Willis, J. Q. Min
shall, Madison county, Wayne
Griswold, P. C. Smith, C. Wei
don, Solomon Reigel, Samuel
II. Evans, S- MarGeld, Sr., W.
E. Rolin, John It. Rortz, T.
T. Ueniek, E. D. Bowers, Pick
away county; W. S. Albin.
Hocking county; Cornelius
Karnes, Vinton county.
The President says that he
is in favor of Civil S'. rvice Re
form. If he is let him give
back his presents, remove his
horde of relatives from office
appointed only because they
were his relatives and hereaf
ter in his selections make ca
pacity and integrity the only
test, instead of party success
and personal devotion.
The Radical party managers
talk a great deal about Civil
Servico Reform, but they don't
want Trumbull, Schurz and
others to investigate.
Governor Hayed is severely
censured by the papers of the
river counties for his appoint
ment of Mr. St, Clair Kelly, of
St. Dlairsville, as judge of the
Court of Common Pleas in
place otJudge Way, recently
deceased. The Marietta Times
says :
"Tile appointment of Kelly
bv Governor Haves is a niece
of political littleness which we
hardly thought Governor
Hayes would he guilty of!
Kelly was the liadical candi
date for Judge in .that district,
this fall, and was defeated by a
large majority, by Judge
Chambers, of St. Clairsyille,
his 'Democratic opponent
Judge Way, prior to his death
had just closed his last term of
court, so that there is nothing
remaining for Kelly to do, ex
cept draw a few hundred dol i
ars from the public, treasury,
without rendering any service
to the public in return. Tf
there was any necessity for the
vacant judgeship being filled,
certainly the man, whom the
people had chosen was entitled
to the appointment."
The Steuben ville Gazette
says :
"Common deceivy would
lave suggested that Mr. Cham
bers be appointed to. fill the
vacancy occasioned by the
eath of Judge Way, as lie
was elected his successor by a
majority of at least on hou-
?and: but instead of being ap-
lointed, Governor llay lias
uown a partisan bitterness
that we did uot think he pos
sessed, by appointing St.
Clair Kelleyj Mr. Chambers'
opponent, J hat was a small
ict for the Urovernof ot the
lird State iu the Union to
do,
Other papers, of the judicial
istrict, hold the same lan
gunge.
Gallipolis, McArthur and
Columbus Railroad.
On Wednesday last, the 13th
December, a meeting of the
Directors of the Gallipolis Rail
road Company was held, pur
suant to a call of the President,
"for the purpose of receiving
the resignation ot m. II.
Langley as President and Di
rector of eaid Railroad Co.,
and to appoint another Direc
tor in hi place, and for thf
transaction of other important
business."
There were present on "Wed
nesday J W. II. Langley, Pres
ident, Wuu Shobe'1, Secretary,
R. Aleshire; II, S. Dundy and
Thomas B. Davis.
No action was taken upon
the resignation of the Presi
dent, the same not being ten
dered to the meeting.
R. Aleshire handed a letter
to the Secretary,- which con
tained the following to-witi
Gallipoms, O., Dec. 13, 71.
To the Directors nnil President of
tho Gallipolis, McArthur and Co
lumbus liuilroud Co.:
Having beein appointed on a com
mittee witli W. It. Langley, Presi
dent, at a regular meeting of the
Director of suid Railroad Co., held
at their office in Gallipolis, on the
2nd inst., for the purpose of secur
ing further subscription of stock
ard makiDg contracts with parties
to prepare the road bed reudy for
the ties, I herewith tondor my res
ignation, to take effect from this
dato not wishing to serve in that
capacity, knowing it to be an im?
portant one, and requiring more
time and attention tban I can give
it.
Vory respectfully yours,
R. ALESHIRE.
The Board accepted the res
ignation of Mr. Aleshire, as
above tendered.
The following resolution was
afterward introduced aud
adopted after discussion, to-
wit:
Resolved, That Wm. II.
Langley, President of fthe G.,
McA. & C. R. K. Co., be auth
orized and empowered to make
contracts and close the same;
as the interests of the Company
may require; and that ho have
full power and authority to do
any and everything for said
Railroad Company that will
conduce to the speedy, econom
ical and successful building of
said Railroad,- aud the retain
ing the control of th-j same in
the hands of the stockholders,
between Gallipolis and Logan;
Provided, That no person bo
employed by said W. II. Lang
ley shallSbe paid any higher
salary, or rate of wages, than is
usually paid for similar services
m this sectiou of the country
and that he shall" be required
to report his proceedings to
.!. -l -ji ry,sL
ijne JJirectoia oi biuu uurupany
monthly at tkeif regular meet-
ogs. . . , .
And further, That the Reso
lution heretofore passed on this
Subject Is hereby superceded.
The following "was intro
duced and adopted, to-wit:
Re-solved, That as the Di-
Sectors have no discretion in de
ermining the qualification of
OterB at the annual elections,
the following provision of the
law regulating incorporated
companies in the State of Ohio
will be adhered to in all elec
tions hedd by tiiejstockholders
m the Uallipolis, McArthur
and Columbus Railroad Com-
panyto-wit:. That no person
shall vote ou any share on
which ant instalment is due
and unpaid.
Attoj-ney-Gcueral Akernian
has been dismissed, though lit
is. made "to seem that he has
resigned. One reason is that
some' of the Judges of the
Supreme Court told the Presi
dent that Akerman could not
nrgue a case in" a respectable
manner; but a more powerful
reason ii that the Republican
wire-pullers in Washington fdt
that liis presence in the Cabinet
was a damage to Grant s pros
pects of renomination. Ihe
wonder is not that he has gone
out, but that lie ever got in.
The fact in the case add. to the
general demonstration that
Grant is utterly incompetent
and unfit to administer
N. Y. Sun.
Emigrants Frozen to Death.
St. Louis, December 12
Gentlemen who reached Kan
sas City Saturday last inform
ed the Kansas City Times that
the Sunday previous a terrible
affair occurred in Saliue
County, Nebraska. A party
of immigrants, with their fam
ilies, were passing through the
county westward, when, the
er-ld constantly increasing, they
concluded to camp and light a
firej They were on a piece of
high prairie, and several miles
from any house, but some three
miles from them was a piece of
timber.
After unhitching their
teams, the men started for thi
timber to procure, fuel. Not
returning for several hours, the
women left their Children and
started to hunt them. This is
all that i3 known, save that the
uext d.y the bodies of seven
teen persons, who had perished
frojn the intense cold, were
found. The children, who
were left in the wagons were
the only survivors of the party.
The latest projected railroad
in-Central Onio is called the
Circleville, London and Ur
hana Road. It is intended to
connect at Logan, Hocking
County, with the proposed Mc
Arthur and Gallipolis Road,
iu order to give a more direct
outlet to the Northwest for the
vast mineral resources of
Southern Ohio. The Urbana
Citizen and Gazette' speaks
quite hopefully of the enter
Cincinnati Enquirer.
The election of the nnihlttb
Pinchbeck, on the 7th inst., to
(ill the post of Lieutcnant-Grov-
ornor of reconstructed Louis
iana, left vacant by the demise
of the negro Dunn, is a defeat
for Mr. Grant.
Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad.
Ol and after December 10th, 1871, Trains will
run as follows:
Dtpavi, bfpa.fl
Athena .u a. m. v. u.
Nelsonvllle,. 7:00 " 11:00 "
Lounn -7:4 " 8:32 "
Laiieaater . . . :17 " 4:15 "
MoArthur... 8:10 ' 7:35f.M. 1-08 "
Arrlt. Arrtvt,
Columbus... 9M A. if'. IM0 r- M.
Piltsbili-Kh.. 0: 1. 2:S0A. M'
San.lusky... Om " 0 '
Cleveland... 8:50 " 7:80
Springttold..l2:S5 ' 7:50 P. M.
Xenla .... 1U:''B ". 7:81
Dayton l'SO " 8:30 "
Richmond... 8:lf " It -88 "
Indianapolis 6:10 " B:0 A. M.
rhlcs.ro ....12:15 A. II. .. 8:80 "
McArthur.. 10:15 " 4;0O P. M. 1:83 P. M.
Diroctconnenlioh made at Xsnoastor ifor sll
nnlnt on tho Olncliiiuiti A MuBklnarum Valley
Hailway. and at Columbus for all points Has t.
tonnootionsma'le HtLoirin with all Trains'
for StraitsvllleanU all points on tho Btmlt.villo
Urancll. u. uunnui i
.. Siipeiiuteudoot.
,L, Oen'i Ticket Ag'l.
E. A. DUKI
INDIAN APOLIff
BRYANT Si STRATTON
PRACTICAL
Buainessi Military and Lecture
OCtliOfflChH..
AWBW and' Practical System of AmerifAn
SHtlon. Ue. K. T. foROWM. rrwidmt
Forolrodlar stn4 particulars address the Bo.
'WHAT S?0 23U3" jA.3Sr5 "WT-IIEmiE TO 3DXJTT
HOLIDAY GOODS
IS. k SWi2?T
CHILLICOTIIE. '
OFFERS FOR SALE A FULL LINE 02v
CCIioice 1 Holiday ..Ctoods
OP
IF
AT SPECIAL PRICES.
All of which t shall be' pleased
TO S1IOW TO THE TRADE AT ALL TIMES.
December 13lh 1871.
- - OHIO
ALSO, A GOOD LtE OP
Patentee and Manufacturer of
SAW AND GRIST MILLS,
Improved
Head Blocks, Post-Hold Eorors, bo.,
Clarkshwrg, W. Va.
TFTE OrintJifllU, Uelng portable; are on Iron
Strong, Durable, Efficient,
And the bet Mill evw mnde for all klriils of
or xny other power, and warranted to grind
Flour und Meal of a snperior quality at great
er rule of speed tlmn any other Mill, without
hefttingor other dilliculty tho weight being
erlnuinir: emi be cnsilv nlmehed to Savr M i lin
1,400 pounds, occupying- only 8 lout square otj
the flour. Will irviud 30 to (10 ImMicls per Hour
If witbhi thirty lnv, the Mill dnen not prove
Hiuisftt.'ii'.i v, it may be returned and money
siuisiHuioi y, it may no
ami nil charges refunded
Harl's Post-EIolo Borer,
Is Kuarrantcpd to make two hides
to one ol anv other; does U9 work rap
idly and perfectly.
SAVES ITS COST
If
No fnnlt cafi bo found with It nl'tr
trinl. Hrat (o any one oii trial who
-trill Kcml me the endorienicnt of the
Post Master. A?enis wanted.
J It A 1IAKT,
Clarksburg, V. Va.
Fanners nnd others can soo the
uv. 6, '71-t f
' ' '
Post-Hole Borer at tho Enantrir Ollice.
$ JS p f 1
NOTHING SO GOOD AS
E WEAVER'S mm
1011 HUHORl
rpiISSHIXVAtlTlHI.EMKDrCIN'KS TI WE
1 achieved ft t'OMPLKTK THIL.Ml'il iu
cradicatlUK Humors, of ail kind, from the Hu
nt mi system, iney wvvo introiuK-i-ii 10 tire
pnbliesoina IS vears since, ami linto hti'rl wwl
with (ntlrf auccr.3. XlieCANURK and HALT
Itlll-r.M SYltUl' is tukou iuleriiullr. wiiloii
oleanses th3 Blood, hy tliniwiiiK Impurltios W
tnu suriace, wuen uibli iia j u is appueu, ex
tornall)', and all eruplious are iletinyl, nnd
Health ami lieiulv l-twlorod. Their A6TOX
ISH INU HI OLEbS has eiillnl out insny itno-
rant prelendeis, who' li'.tlntrodiH-d tlu-lr
i....r..i .'n . . .i i.i!.. nM...
are out In almost e'.-cry fpi ni, Ivom Panai-ess
down to fills, unci all fiT lluiuors, (of coiiiee
thevare).
lint It has been reKcrvoil lo IV Woavor's Svk
UP ami Ckkatk to adders w It-it (under tl'p clr
iMimstHiii ps) may be rcirdt'il us Hie ni'ost bril
liant triumph yet ni'hieved b.v any ineilli-ino
evr Introduced lo tho Aiiiei-ii-in piilillo. WJiv
isthif? Simply btennse they pirlbini What
tlioy proiniKei and notwilliKlandiiiM tho Intro
duction of thoreneiv and wonderful prepara
tions to the public. lh Siilt i:!iouni Syrup and
('(rare keep stolidity mi their M ay. corqiiHiinx
asllioyto If the" public ivi-li to try (hi-e now
preparations, vte have hot a word "to say. for
they haven sure remedy to O.'II li'tck upon
viz: l)r. Weaver s Cancer and Knit TTIlKiim
Brrun and Cerats. Ofihif fs.'t tho nithlic are
wen aware, lor inousnnas, in tan sections of
other remedies liave fuilsd.
the country, li live been cured by t hein. after a 11
ror sale by all medicine dealers and O. W.
818S0N,McAi-lliur.
j. jm. riAi;ni3 uo rrop'rs,
47 Cinciiinnil. 0.
THE WEW DISCOVERY
la Ciiemical and Medical Ccioncc.
SOLUTION & COMPOUND ELIXIR
TAB
FHUT AMD ONLY HOT.UTTf'y wr mnnV
in one miztiiK of AI.J.'IHt; 'I'WEI.VR
T.ilunbltt uclivj prinu.pils tf tin wall known
curative aeut,
n.'I3 rrJiEX3 TAlt,
VJTEQVA !.KI In Tough", CoMs, Catorrli,
Aatlnux, Uroa:Mus, oad consumption.
CUHM'd WITHOUT TAlXu
A rwent ooll In thfcVto'si ttnn: and uk).
br it VITALISING, PTJRIKYINU and STI.
WULA'IiKij offveta upon thn d'oueral systeu,
Is remnrkablv Htttcacious in nil , .
Ill MEASES OF TIfK BLOOD,
tncludinic buiotula anil Krunuons of the skin,
JyspepsiA, Dimnsrs of th l.ivor and Kidneys,
Heart iiiSemn, and Genural lcbility.
ONE TRIAL CONVINCES t
IS0, A
Volatile Solution of Tar
For INHALATION, without . application of
HBAT. A roiiialkalily VALUAllJ.JSdiiioovery.
aa the whuls appm-atiis can bacimiod in His vwi
pockkt, reailv ut any time for thewusielleclual
aud ixMitively curative use in
All IMieases of (he NOSE. TUUOAT
and L.fJC.
THE COMPOUND
far and Mandrake Pill..
for uss in connection with the KI.1XIRTAR,
In a cflijibiimtion of the TWO most valuable'
ALTERATIVE Mwllninea kno tf in tbs l'ro
feaaion, and lenders this l'lll wil.Vut ezcoption
tha very bunt ever ollcrd.
1'ue bOLUTlON and COMrOCTND ELIXIH of
Is without doubt tho Dsat remedy known la
cuds of
CHOLERA AND YELLOW FEVER.
It is a Spsoifln for such disease, and should be
kept in the bousehdld of every fatally, eapseiallr
duriug those niouihs in which
CHOLERA AND YELLOW FEVER
are liable to prevail. A small quantity takra
daily will prsvtub ooatrauliug Uisse terrible
diseases.
Solution and Compound Elltlr.ll.oe per Bottle
Volatile Solution for Inhalation, AJ.OOpsr Doat
Tar and Uandrako Fill, iOcts per boi.
fiend for Circular nf POSITIVE CUKES
to your SiimKiat, or to
L. T. HYDE & CO.,
BOLH PHOPHIETnUB.
1 16 E. 2U St., Sew rork4
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5 5
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VCIiC'S
FLORAL GUIDE
For i87&
TnB First 'Edition of Two II i'npjikp Thou
sand copies just publishod. It in elegantly
printed on fine tinted paper, In Two Coi.okh,
and illustrated with over Three Hundred
Engravings of Flower and Y'tgelrtbles, uhd
TWO COLORED PLA1ES.
Tho irinsthniuifiil and instructive Catalogue
and Iloral Guide In tho world 114 puma,
giving thorough directions for the culture of
flower and Vegetables, Ornanioutinu; grounds,
making walks, otc. '
A Chriatmns present for niy cdstomers, but
forwarded to ally who apply by mail, for Ten
tents, only one-quurtcr the cost.
Address.
60-4U1
JAMES VICK.
Kochester, X. Y.
BFilSGS & B?iOTKER!S
Catalope of Flower an j Yep
Seeds,
SUMMER PIOWEHnrd BULBS,
PCS 1872,
Now ready. Con-ds'tns of over 130 pages, on roK8
tinted paper, ivhh np'wiirdsr4d') sepnrs-e ctl s; ami
Six Itoautlfiil Colored Flutex; Ouvcr, a beau
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published. 8.-nd J5 cents luf e.niy, nut onc-l.ii f lli
value or tho colored phves. la the llrst 4'rder,
hiiii.iiii'Iiii to nut less than SI, iho prloo ol CVnlopie
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placed on the snnij fno lng witn !d. Tive iu l
oustonivrs. Quality nfwiU, tin of packets, prices
snd premiums orlored.make it to the lidvanlagi- ufall
tn purclinso sends of us. scu CaliilnL-ne lur extraor
dinary iiidiieenieniii,
Yuii will ml.si It If yi ti do not see our (Walna-no
lu-Jtiro order nif becds..
Kither cif our two Clirmnu .f .r alzo 1024
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Lllllei-, ,Ve.thH oilier nf Annuil, iiiennlal and IV
rtinniul 1'lants, guaranteed tlio
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, , : Bliiao.s r.lJOTIIKIt,
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60-4w
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lleans: and all Trod net!. Prom ill. f-s-iiirMiH fi'U.
derctl
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'harti. . A-idve, j Xalionul ''.,' Culcr.ito,
Illinois, tlncii.iiati, Oil 0. or SI. I.uii a, Mii 60-4w
WILL. M. CAHLETON,
Atj'Tiior. ok
EDIT3 AND WltlTSS FOI! THE
DETROIT WEEKLY TRIBUNE.
Th Best Family rtrr.'sjisjisr ,ln t!i.! Country, ffita
year. Ce- d 'or s. rlmea crpy and chili civeiitnr.
Auuiess Jtiiiu i.iLiri xf., Detroit, Mich.
PROFITABLE BUSINESS
Will Se ttlven one nr two perons, ol el'ber ser, in
McArthi ii nn !' sd'ilnlinc town, by which llicy may
si re from ?:l00 to Mono a jear. wl'li but Utile In
ferf'Tenee w th nidlnarv occupation, In selllnsr
HOUSEHOLD ATtTICLf.S of real m.rli
and universal ue. If the whole time la devoted a
much laipr Mini niayle resized. Circulars free.
copiplelc M.-t of crtfclos nnl rainiiil8sl,ili al
lewed. A li Ltltliv ei TO., lluboken A. J. f.O 4w
AfiF.NTS Wanted. Aifi-nls mnkc piore nion
pv at work for i:s than at anvllifim- els.
free. fl. Stinfdn & Co.. ' Art I'ublitheri.
llnsin esa llrlit nnd noimniieiit : .nartieiiliii-s
I'oi tlnnd , Wnlno.
lOrt A MONT III HorfP fiti-Jilahrd. Ksnen-ip-iZJ
siapnid. II. B. BI1AW, Alfred, Me.
AGUE CUItKIJ OU MONEY REFO'DFO.
Send toW C Hamilton CO. nriijB'sis,- (ilne:n
hatl. Ohio, for on bot'lo KHKSS FEVI'.B AND
AOUETUNIO. Bout prepaid lor 81. M l
FOR ftlVj KIDNEYS AND T.IVKR-lIse
Hamilton's lH'CHIT ANI DANUIiLION.
for $1 per hotl e. by TV C Homl Hon & Co, Druziiisfs.
rlnnl,,,,all m.ln K, A ...
iTnst what your nhvslrlan nrescrlbes: sent M-enald.
THIRTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE
1H TUB TRISSTUCKT Or
Chronio and Sezual Diseases.
A Phisiologlcn View of Mnrrlaga.
The chenns St lionk ever nibbilir-d conUlnln"
nearly three h undred paires. And nnn lillnilred anil
thirty fine p'atcs and engravings of Hie ar aluny ol
the human organs In a stste of health snd disesse
with a treatise nn esrlv errors, its denlnrsblo eonse
qnences upon the mind snd hody. with the sulhnr'
pian 01 treatment inenniy rational ami stKcMiu
mods of cure, has shown by a report ol 0 ises Irea'ed
triilliml sdvlser to ths married and llinaa eontein
ilatniK mamnge, who entertain douhta of their pliya
leal exndlilon Hent free nfpos'azo to snr sddreas.
receipt of Iwenty-flvs cent In sainns or postal
enrrency, ny S'inressiii nr. L.A. ciiuia, no. J
Mslden Lsne, Albsny. Ni-wYork. The author may
consulted upon any of Ilia dlaeasss upon wh ich
hla book treats, either personally, or by mall, and
medicines stnt 10 any part of (lie world. 60-4w
10ft A WKKK I Boit Cheap f-hnltls awln
Zil Ma..hltiA In th ..rlfl Atlanta Wintarl.
8 UAYiS, Orsat Falls, N. II. lO-sw
WATCH PRIE to Apents to Introduce srtlotcs
that sell in arsry houss. Latta it Co. I'lttabnrgb.
Pa. 4Mw
Can be made by canvassing for
OUR OWN FIRESIDE !
On a Own Firihidb is a large, K-page Liter
ary Paper, with fine Illustrations, and the) beat
oratories and Family Ksadlng. frloe 1160 a
year.
Every Subscriber
IBCIIVM A
FINE FRUIT CHROMO
AS A PREMIUM,
Vhich Would Re'tail for S 5.
Rendt-rent .lamp fnr lainpl paper,
Any
one doubt in a; the reliability oi wnat is uanm.
and will v rile to th puhllaher, an arrangement
rorwnac i.
id,
caa be made ao that th Ohrnmo and Papo can
be .aen before the monay ta lorwarauu.
Tho moat liberal premium to r.anvasiers are
given, and witU th Fruit. Ohmmp for every
siikscrlbor, It Is no trouble to get subscriber. A
Cromlnent prugfrl.tof Canlington, O., wrlUis
tat lie Rot "nlneiiiUi'vllier in tan inlnusos,
by merely showing tho Chronio Premium,"
Cash Premiums als given. Address.
W. R. UUKP. Daytoa.O..
Publisher of Our Own linnlde
J x u'omtii M,.,.o nd CbtiIuko fiitnlrli-
,.1 A . .vit.nivt nn Id : kltlliliiCS FKRB. V. II.
bliAW, Alfred, Me.
A Rare Cliance ft? ApiB.
Ajrsnts, we will pay yon $10 per week iu ': Tf won
will eiiKBKO with us at once F.vervlli up: li r.. .ti -I
and expenses psld Address V A KI.I.S ti CO, Cbsr
lotte, Mich.
FREE TO BOOK AGISTS.
, Wewill send nhnndsonio Pruapi't'tu of o.-r
Acio IlnutraUd Family hlbU. eonlollili!;: vei
800 fine Scrliituio Iiliistriithiiis to a,- I;n!:
Agent free of elinrge.. Addresa, NirinNai. I'm
uhhino Co., Uikago, ill., C'iucinnati, U., r
St. Louis, Mo. ... .
198amptx-8 sunt (vtMttn paid ) fir Fifty Car. h, l -t
Whitney's Heats Foot Harnes3 Swap;
BTKAM KVt'lAKl'.
IT Oils, nine!;, idislii ami
BoHi'S at tlio siiiiio lime, I'ut
uo ln.lnice and snmll slzi-1 i xu.
also In ttuB 3 lb. bars, lias irm
satisfaction
In use for years ami cives i:i r'fi t
Pend stHinp for fur V. A ! ,
WHITNEY & OA.. Mi Milk Hi ,
Nov. M; -71 flm
13 'Sinn, Mass.
Address U. V.
Aoknts Wiarau roaoua (Iri at Worn.,
MORMONS & MORMONISM
By a sister of a hlpb presl. t'lliahiiir erlileira
S'jatnst. Bsc!. am Yoiiuk and 'lie Kldi-rs.
Astnttinntionr, hne VlrKmii, I'lnMiai. d. A d-1 1 u
W.B. Bliss, Toledo, Ohio, Untie on & t o., ( in.-,
O., oi- Belknap & Bliss, Hartford, ( unn. 4w,
A0EST8 W ANTED RU
Romanism as it is.
An entirely new nullicnt :c. i-n1 nit.stive mill int 'In,, I
word, triiliienMy H(Uiitf(l to iha liuics. It' t'llly
Unot(Vnr the wl 'ole Itoinljh bysti-tu an il eiifi ltjf
titslitinus WdrkircH lo fpriirt full . o -ntinl. Lxvka
TfcHWB FOR TMK W'KhT, CONN. 1 I i. J. It 1 1 L k O ,
nAKl l'UKi;, lAJiNiN, 4W.
ACKNTS WANtKD F(lt
WONDERS
The inosl lv;s! Iv ilinsti'-a'ed and i In ap.! l-ooV of
modern limes, nnd J tin t nilupud t r li idir. cdl'.'
Agents for Ibis wotk will aitcme cho re .. i.ir t- ly
for tho manliest relluu.ns tmuiue of the i eiiiciv ;
now nearly ready, o. it, fed ".Irairs," by.iii.. I: . Hi.
Ieeiii6. tor circulars adiiivss U, 8 l''i;Pl 1 -lilVtr
CO., 130 Union ti'.CIdcaL'o. lis.,4'() M.,il.e H re..-.,
tt. Lous, Mo, 177 We6t4:h M'ruet. C n., O. Ww
in, .i. . .i... ,1. i,-...,. .ii
By aeinllr.g Oi) CE.VT-! w: h
igs, he'ght, coloTof eves an. I i.air. ymi w.il rcer-ivu
l.y rotnrn mail .correct picture otymii i'u'.:r Im.s.
hand or wile. f r.a-ne and date or in 1 -. Ad
dices W FOX. P. O. D.swrr, No. I- nlt i.ti . N w
Yuri.' 4t- J iv
rnllH is no lll MMI'dl i- i-
imrnm imwm,
Ws dn'retn enirrst.i a few no ro At n- li ai l llm
Wor'd '...r.i.H-n...i I .enovnn- Ill'CIljIi rt KT. '-'
IKli Jl A( II I5', a n Il.eial s.lir v i,u (.'. nun ir.
slon. A Iwirite snd Wa'ou kt-en to ri;:,- i; iiill
pnnieii ars furnid'ed on appbeat'on. 14 W
HKNDKIl O.N.kC'., Get:, ral Ago:. la C.neV'd,"
Oil o, ami St. Louis, 'Mo. 4!Mw
$&8$M THE A-X-f E i JT A li
pejj'cTaXiv'i'J?" Warranted lii sei! ali is:
Vii nn the Ows mi A7.fr '(
Jtii For tuU trtfpuArm. AmI
it
iiiiu w u i k e un i i.i i.c
OURAT ATLANTIC .. I'-.CIF.
Ui'JlK ?... f CI KreliS- . N V.
P. 0. i!...'5.Mii. Send mr Tliea.
Nnctsi- 'lireiiiar.
AGENTS WASTX.?-?.
IE GREAT CHICAGO S
'IK i
3T "Vl(fiiiaf li.vrrnr ( f the U'.'-Y rlm . '.. !),.
OjO prt MS r: rfiie tn b'V'I't V ! r.t
Ihartint'tlinp .-i-ii.
VK) to IP'KI copies Of this Hiif.l;' fcl.i .; pur d ,-.'
Saujfli! opr. pojt paid, .tIi.-, A .: '. .) V
uOODSPICiil), l.liif-a:o. Clni-iii:. - ,t , . :j''
aaii lur.iic.ieiite QK.i i-eirewuNi.
4-..T . rri li.
i iavani. .7 in wr, ..it., km
lmll.-vu!iutJlo ta
C3T
71
iQfir
every i.mly or Oeii
tli-iuoti. Sold by KrHpf Iv-iii-,
mi J Ifealern In PKUKI MEiU
miW CAHS0LI3 T;,!iKV
For Con;;lis, Colda itud Jlcui-stise;-.!.
Tli(6 7UAW p!-eoni t.ba' .'..-'.i i., ombiri
lion Willi other i ileler.t iflii-i - ii s. i ; .- ) v.-. '; r
roi ui. Ii.i tin-Ciiru ol il ':'.! I'. J A i &r.d M'3I
Di'.vi'li's.'
lloAitrt'VKSd and I lckr. k'" ! 1 v ,i
are liiilneiliini.ty loiii. n: '. nil.. I.al ti'.-aU i:
consluiillv licii ir sent tn Ibt-pn ii: ii ci -.. i-
inces oi 'ThniSt diiiii-i: Itlt .-of -ai - si -. 'I;.r
I I I"T' I 1 , V 1'oti'. lioiiM-vitoi. bv v. or! .
WiVlJilUil less imitjiiutia. O.t .i l-
Wells' Carli. die Tabids. I i ii a in-ei.ta pfu P. x
JOHN t,. KKLl.Ot.IJ, P'hu tn.N V.,
Send foi t.'irciiln-. r-nie Aa'-ii1. Ibi-il.e t'.ft '
i:edu(jtjon of
f:i '.'i
Jk tk i..
s,'"..'V
a...J
tocos roiiii TO
EF.EUCTIOH OE EUTIS3.
SP.EAT nmm MccMmzizs
HY (JETTIXC! ri" CtX'ilS.
Pond for our n'::w Pi-Ice Mil ,.;r!n ' n.Ij'
forniwill arcoinpuny it, eoi:t:iltiii it fn'-i cuw
tioni mnltiiijl a laiKO kki iuirl-i cousntiisis ,1-1
ronrunoriiUve to club osnHr.bVi's
GEEAT AMERIOAlj
J. 1 -A
00.
. 31 &8J Vtsey liticut. ! tv i ink.
P.O. TS0X0OI8.
jJ3l MIRAGE
Mii.RAMl tt. Ilrbb. oTW. K. Si.iuiiirti A C ,;
Wholesnle ilont nnd Slno Moti 11 Cur t ti v: M
V'lflli Ave,uun. MUMmi-Rli, .''.1 . Jus l-rce n!'.
Hided with i-hioalo 1 li('iini:.i:ii'. . r il iity
yeavs, from hlsriKlit blp to till lni.t. l-ni-a !
use u t-ru tch a lid ti cane, and nl limes so j a-rfrl
as to utterly Im-apsi-Hato 1:1m fur iim-iw.i v. 1
bis huslncas. II nvinj; I ried uvery icnclv kro 1
witlidiit pirect, except Oiiliir.n :' -ain Ki-lnr,'
eewHaflnii.lv lndi ri d to try 11. A micomiI i im
plication onalile.ii bini to lay iif i.. bia cr, rh,
and ti third effected a pennam i-.l, cum ilr,
Itoll, as a popular anil well keewn oil. sen if a
llvinjr tiiouiiinent of ti n rilw-acy i.f lbt pi-, nt
mi dii-al llaooveiy,Oillilaiiil'a;'a'ii Killer. '1 1 0
afflicted should oak their grocer 1.1 dm , ii.t for
It, nn.l try its wonderful powt r,. (. 1 Hand,
we uiiilorsluiiil, wants a iepectnSin rnt in
every lown 11ml ei tintv fi r it. Tl:e prin j. :.l'
offlci li al 711 Third Avi'nro, 7'lt(abiMj;li. It.
CATARRH"! .
Cats f Cure.,'
Kfu!er, If jn:
ero tioiililed wl,3
C'oMfn the Haul,
orOwur aio;r;A
and (iieiu . iu,.i l'i:.
Kko'4 CaiAanu
Hrscixio! J:i no
alni?lo ease has it
falU'l In oil. ctiii-'
a curs, Hc:d by nil
dni;1jb'r. 1'ilce,
COuts. pi" pnclis('-j.
Wonul'actu til ai.d
Bold ty I be nropi :e.
tor,0. lienoM, I
Titus-.lilo, Pa.
, New York City.
.1 kiiin 11, .Hi 11 . K.
UliNltY,No;8Culleai
It IsNOTA: PII YSfc It is NOT what Is pop
ninny opHed a HITTEliS tin- Is It li.b ml' l nrl'
such. IT 13 A BOUT II A.MKII1CAN l lanl tbi l
hss been used for mauy yeats by the iiiailinill i lia;
olthosa caiinfrles with 11 onderfi.l eltl.T.rv. and wi
a POWKHI'lU. Al.TltllATIVK. d CNKQUALI I).
PURIFlKlt OKTUK II LOOP snd s a fuu 1.111I
Psrf.o- Uumedv for all DlM e of the
LIVHK and 6PI.F.KN, F.NI.ARl KMT.NT or Olt.
8TI1U0T10N ol INTFBTINKM.il KIN Ml Y VTE-.
RINK, or ABDOMINAL 0IM1AN8. PO EH'i Y
or a WANT of III.OOO, INTIiliKIT'l KNT or
BBMITTFNT KKV KltH. IN FLAM MAT ION
ft' LIVEK,PKOPHY, SI.IIOOISII Clli
CUI.ATION ofibe RLOOf). AUSCI'BSliBJ
TVMOKS, ilAtTNOK'K. SCHOI-'T'La
PTBPKPltlA. AOI'K , KK V KB
OK THEllt CONCOMITANTS.
DB. WELLS' EXTRACT OV .tFRHBEBi!.
I. offsrsd to ti e public na h rrreni ;iv torabir and
rein.dy for all impnrlMa 1" le b'nod, or fur or
gsalo w.nkaesa with their siteuilaiit svill. lof
th. forernlng (nmplalnts
Is eonfldsntlj recominsnrlsd to Cv.ry family si i
luiiisehold remedy, snd should lit freely taken In all
daranit.insnf. of th. system, It gives liraltli, vigor
sad ton. to all lb vital fcitrfH, and snlmales sud
forttflas all weak tnd Lvniphalle leinpei anient..
JOHN Q. KKLLOOO, IS Piatt Street, New York
Bol. Ajent for tlio United titst.s,
I'rb. On Dollar r bottle; Bend for Circular.
mm
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