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Stlje (Enquirer,
PUBLISHED EVERT WEDNESDAY BY
T. "W. Bowen,
EDITOR AND PKOl'RIBTOH.
Brevities.
Ilow are you now?
Get your picture taken.
Vote for tho Railroad Tax.
Pio-nics all over the country. 1
On a high tho price of flour.
What has become of our Base
Ball Club?
m The "Gluxon Boys" meet almost
every night
ForAyer's Medioines, go to Gi
W. Sisson's.
The crop of dog fennel will be
very large this year. ?-
For Fine Perfumery, go tq Sis
son's Drug Stor Ik '
: A stroll 'neath (ho wild wood's
leafy shade will be pleasant now, ',
To discontinue advertising in dull
time's is like' tearing out a Jd am when
the watqr is low. ;.: ; ;;:' "
Tun American Farmer's Advocate
and the McArthur Enquirer will be
sent to any .address, ono year, for
$1.75..": C: v;
The wool trade in this place has
been quito brisk during the past
few days. E D. Dodgo, the princi
pal buyer in the county, is paying
from 60 to 65 conts for clean washed
wool.
The Master of Transportation's
Car on tho Marietta & Cincinnati
Railroad, which was built at tho Za
leski Car Shops, is the handsomest
and most luxurious cur on any road
in Ohio.
W. W. Webb, of the Columbus
Ditpatch, died at his residence, in
Columbus, O., Juno 7th, in tho thirty-third
year of his ago, of a pul
monary disoaso. . The deceased was
formerly editor of tho' Crisis.
We have been furnished by Prof.
M. R. Barnes with a copy of tho or
der of exercises of tho exhibition at
tho School IIouso last Friday even
ing a wook ago, which we Hliall
publish in our next paper.
Cutworm 8. 'A table spoonful of
Saltpetre dissolvod in a pail of wa
ter, is said to ho a death dose to cut
worms. 1 .Sprinkle around tho plant
every evening a little of the wash,
until it in strong and out of danger.
Joan S. Dillon of this township
informs us that ho clipped just
twonty pound of fine wool off a
a sheep belonging to B. F.Johnson
of Swan Township. This if the
lamest fleece wo have heard of.
Who can bout it?
Ma. R. Fox- is building a large
and fino addition to his Ilotol, near
tho Railway depot, in Ilamden.J lie
has a Livery Stable in connection
with his Ilotol, and will soon be
prepared to do an immense busi
ness.
Last wook wo attendod tho Edi
torial Convention, and it will soon
bo time to attend the Cleveland
Convention, tho 4th' of July, the
Baltimore Convention, and tho Cin
cinnati Industrial Exposition. Be
tween these many things, wo shal
attend to tho businoss of this office.
Como and soe us. '
The Ilamdon Foundry commen
ced operations again on Tuosdny of
last week. The business is, if wo
are rightly Informod, under tho su
porintendonco of a gontleman from
Chillicolho. Thosoofour citizens
who desiro first-class work executed
should patronize tho Ilamden Foun
. dry.
There is talk of two preliminary
surveys of tho Farmers' & Miners'
Railroad being mado from MoAr
thur through Jackson und Eagle
townships to intersect the recent
survey near Bloomingville. One of
tho proposed routes is up Elk Fork
from tho Speod farm, and the othor
from tho north or the south part of
town.
Jackson and Eaglo townships
ought to vote the necessary tax to
build tho road.
Lumber for Sale.
Harvey Robbing, ono-half milo
south of McArthur, has a portable
(saw. mill upon his promises and Is
now prepared to furnish the bout
quality of lumber of every descrip
tion at vory low pricos.
, For Pare Drugs and Medioines
goto Sisson's.
Notice.
Persons doslrlng wool carding
done can bo accommodated at the
McArthur Stoom Mill.
J. W. Randoll, an exporlonood
workman, will have charge of the
maohlno, and will pay a libera
prioo for wool tf,
i-niaoo
for
lo
S.
A
He Means Business this
Time!
Yes, Indeed I
J A. FKI.TON has concluded that he can select
a stock of Dry and Fancy Goods tbut will be far
superior to any be has ever had in his House
before. He is now in tbe City making an effort
to secure ull the latest styles of goods for the
Summer Trade. No merchant can make bettor
eloctlons than IIii.it, because hu takes, extraor
dinary pains to put into this market a fluer and
more varied supply. Before going away this
time, he very carefully oonslderod every feature
of his trade, and the Btock he will bring to us
will Include the very latest, as well as tho en
tire range of seasonable goods. No effort nor
expense will be spared at this time to render his
emporium worthy the attention and patronage
of tho general public It is not necessary for us
to say again that his prices are far beneath those
ofothors.
Powerful Advoeate of
Small Profits.
The firm of Will & Co, at Zaloski,
believe in "quick sales and small
profits." We often find it necessary
to say to the people that they have
a buyer in the market, as is the case
at present. They are now prepar
ing to Bell more goods at less rates
than heretofore. Thoy will have
this week a large assortment, which
will be complete in every department.
The Report of the General
Committee of the' Cincinnati
Industrial Exposition., held in
Cincinnati, from September 6t
to October 8th, 1811, under
the auspicea of the Board
Trade, Ohio Mechanic's ... Insti
tute, and Chamber - of - Corn
merce, has been received"
It
is beautifully printed in book
form, and contains 285 pages
The names of tbe officers are as
follows:
A. T. Goshorn, President.
H. W. Brown, 1st Vice
President.
Thomas Gilpin, 2d Vice
President.
A. Erkenbrecker, Treasurer,
II. McCollum, Secretary.
J. B. Heich, Assistant Sec
retary.
The next General Exposi
tion will open for the reception
of articles from Aug. 14th to
the 31st, arid optn to the pub
lie from September 4th to Oc
tober 5th.
A handsomely printed pam
pliier. ot fb pnges, comprising
the rule and premium list tor
tli Third Cincinnati Industrial
Exposition h-H also been re
ceived.
. This great enterprise has so
rapidly developed within th
short space nr three years a
to
:icn ieve ti iiuiioii.-il importance
an 1 attract tli attention of ex
liibitoi anil visitors from eve
ry Sta'e nf the Union. Las
year t'in 15x posit ion had exhib
1 tors from twent yiiine States,
11..,"'....
ami, during the month it was
open for inspection, 500,000
visitors were in attendance.
The premium list for the corn
ing exhibition has been largely
extended, including 006 med
als to be awarded for the first
degree of merit. The five buil
dings give seven acres of ex.
hunting space, distributed into
sixteen departments. 1 he Ma
chinery Department will be
run by four first-class driving
engines of 500 horse-power
witti nearly 70U teet of main
shafting. Many new features
will lie presented 111 the lnne
Art, .Natural History, and Hor
licul rural Departments. The
contributions for the former
already promised, insure an
unenualed collection; the wall
space, in the fire-proof build
ing- devoted to this department
is 1,140 running feet.- The
conservatory of the Horticultu
ral Department will be 140 by
150 feet, with roof and sides
of glass. The most liberal pre-
nunis will be offered m this
department, the list showing
that $4,000 will be devoted to
this purpose; and thecompeti
tionon the premiums for dis
plays by States promises to be
vi-ry exciting.
Ibis great enterprise is un
der the management of fifteen
commissioners, appointed by
the Board of Trade, Chamber
of Commerce, and Mechanics'
Institute.
Copies of tho premium - list
will bo furnished on applica-
ion to Secretary Cincinnati In
dustrial Exposition.
Are You Going West?
If to, take our sdvlco, and purchase your tick-
etsovorthe old "reliable and popular Mlsonrl
Paolflo Bsllroad' which Is, posltlvoly, the only
Line that runs three Daily Kxpross Trains from
Lout to Kansas City, and the West I and la
positively, the only Line wliloh runs I'ullman's
nieeporc ami imy unaenos (oanoonlnlly
movors)oiulppedwlth Miller's Safety Plat,
form and the pttont Btoam links, froinHt. Louie
Kansas City. Kort Boott. Famous. I.iiwrnnon.
Leavenworth. Atrhlaon, Bt. Joseph, Mebraaka,
i;ity uounou uiunaawi uinnns, without onunuoi
For information lareiinrd to Time Tallinn, rate
An., to any point In Mssowrl, Kansas, Nebraska,
Colombo. Texas or Hftlllfiirnln, call on or address
II. Thomson, Agxnt Missouri Pnotfln R. B, Ool.
umhni.Ohloi or, IC. A.Ford, General Posiongor
snot, St. Louis, Mo
tto irouoia w answer juoiuqmi
Headquarters for Fashionable
Goods.
necessary for the IIouno
of Dan Will 4 linos, to semi it representative
to puri-huse another supply of Plain and Fancy
Goods. Aahon 1 now in the markets looking
lor all the popular novelties of the seation. It Is
the determination of the firm to have on exhi
bition bi'lbro tliu woiikclojud, the largest, cheap
est, anil most fashionable assortment of goods
ever brought to this county ut this season of the
year. Now, those who may desire any article or
gmU, no matter what the stylo, size, quantity,
or quality may be, Just go to Will & llrothors,
and you can be supplied ut astouinhlngly low
figures.
Examination of McArthur
Schools for the
Term Last-Past, Ending
June 7, 1872.
Tbe grades horo given uro found
by comparing the Term Grades
with that of examination, which is
thought to correctly show tho com
paralivo standing of oach pupil.
'Pf.. .... , f tl 1 .1
Alio iMlluuo Ul UIUBO UUiy, VYUU Ub
tended the public examinations aro
given. Tho first primary school is
not included in this statement.
aauning Baird 9.B
II i rain Raynor . ... .8.5
Clias. Clark 10.0
Joseph Kclton .. .. 9.0
Ed. Lantz 9.0
Alice liolo.... ...... 9.0
Tilyhman Snydor... 9.8
C'has. Dunlap 9.0
aaran iimson u.u
Mngglo Brat ton.... 9.0
ens. w inner v.g
Emma Lantz 8.5
Ella Canty 9.4
Howard tlray.-. 8.0
Rose Dowd 9.4
Clara l'llclior. 9.0
Lulu Dowd. 9.4
Edmonia Wlltbank 9.6
II. U. Sago .
Thos Kiillcy B.O
Win. Miller 9.5
Helen Crow 8.9
MinnioBothweU . -, 9.5
Maggie Arnold 9.5
Eliza Ilothwell 9.8
Anna Towder, .... .. 0.0
Einly Hawk 9.5
Alice Reynolds 9.8
And. Wisenharirer 10.0
Alice Knynor B.9
('. Eliza Ilothwell.. 9.0
Eliza KanneUs 9.3
Eva Hisson ,, 8.8
Fannie Florence.... 9.0
Hat tie Holland....: 8.5
Maggie Hurley... .:. 9.0
Alice Purdue 9.5
Johana Bteele. , 9.0
Henry Oilman 9.0
Willie Arnold...... 8.8
iNegly Jones 10.0
Doug. Col well 8.0
Anna Lavello 1.0
Hannah Brown 9.0
John Lantz 9.1
Will Ambrose B.5
Trimble l'ayno
Hattie Gold..
Aiiniernyno. ......
Henry Ilothwell.;.
Hattio Weekly
Mary Canty
HattieWill
Belle Olark
Victoria Davis
KUa Imitz
IdaSisson
Harry Ambrose....
John Holland
Mary Lucue.. ......
8.5
9.0
9.0
Carrie Bobo
Sallie Lucus
Tilyhman Weekly.
Carrie Clark
9.0
9.0
8.5
9.0
90
8.0
9.0
8.0
9.3
0.0
9.0
Minnie Hill
Elizebcth Leach...
Sarah Wilcox
Uorcpta Kidman.
AmandaUUom
Ella Austin
Mellnda Craig
I.ydia Wolf
Lily Reynolds....
Goo. Perrv.
John Canty.
Matthew Ho land... 8.0
MollioWard 9.8
Annie Botbwoll.... 9.5
Jerry Manning 9.1
Mattle 1'erduo 9.1
iienj. ijuick,
Lucy Holland 9.4
Louisa (.ray
Clara Leach 8.0
y
Ada Hobo 9.1
KatioGainca...
Julia Poarce 9.5
9.0
7.0
Mary Bnird 9.2
Minnie Woolly 9.5
Eliza Brown 9.4
Mary Lavello 8.0
Em Baird 0.0
Carrie Gold 9.8
i.ura Dodge......
Pauline Gusman.
: .0
Clias. Lowry
Dolly Clements..
Chas. Swaim
8.0
8.0
1-0
8.5
8.0
owen Dowd
Dan. Crlmmins.
aiary coiwcll 9.0
Elmer Spraguo. 9.6
Jeff. Baird
8.1
Finley
salie lowd
Miihala Dowd....
Henry Dowd
Allio Hamilton...
Lewis Dunklo....
Lizzie Lantz
Geo. Poarce
Lena Rannells.,..
Ida Trimmer
Ella Snvdur
Fanny NVoollcy...
Itayinond Clark...
Katie Earheart ..
Calvin Klorenco..
Perry Ullnm
9.3
0.0
9.0
9.H
Frank Ambrose
AHtiury
8.0
8.0
Emma Lucas 9.0
Frank Sidman 8.0
Mollie Gusman 9.0
0.0
9.5
9.'J
9.5
8.5
9.0
8.8
fl.4
Thos. Lavelle 8.0
Elizabeth Fclten.,.10.0
Harry Hamilton.,.. 9.8
Harvey 8i68on 8.0
Felton Florence.... 8.0
Hiram Wilcox 8.0
Geo. Ogan 9.0
Emma Harnett 9.0
Minnie Clark 9.0
Maggie Lantz 9.0
Martha Wilcox 9.0
Emmet Bobbins.... 8,0
9.0
9.8
8.01
Frank I.iintz
U.4
Minnie Baird 8.5
DRUGS! DRUGS!!
O. T. CiCnnino has just removed
(rum-tho -'Old Brick Corner" hie
splendid assortment o( Drugs, Med
icines, Oils, Paints, Boocs, Station
ery, ic, to his NEW ROOM
in Will's New Building, ono door
west of Gilman, Ward & Co.'s Store,
on Main Stroet, whoro ho will bo
pleased to moot all his old custom
ers, and as many more as chose to
givjphim their patronage.
His New Room is really tho finest
in bouthem Uhio; is boing visited
by everybody: and his suddIvo
Drugs, Wines, Oils, Toilets, and the
liAo equal to any other establishment
mtlio country.
Ho fills prosciptions, nnd can ac
commodate all customers atroason
ablot rates. If you want to see
tho finest Drug Store, drop
in nnd examine this ono.
Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas,
Uiimorma.
Advertisuint; alone does not pro
duee muc'O08h. Tho thing which is
advertised must have fntrinstio
morit, or else nrga advortisinjr will
do it more harm than good. If you
huvo unything which you know to
bo ifood, udvortiso it thorouifhlv.
nml you will ho nure to succeed; if
t in poor, don e praiso it, for poo-
)lo will soon discover you uro lying.
buch is tlio pulicy ot the Uurling'
ton lioute, which runs to throe
Ki-oitt regions in tho JVost: 1st, To
(Jmiiha, connecting with tho great
Pacific Roads. 2d. To Lincoln, the
capitul of. Nebruska, and all that
bouutitul region south ot tho rlfttto,
flllou with Kiiilroiid lands and homo-
steads. 3d, To St. Joseph, Kansas
Uity and all liansas points.
The rouds uro splendidly built,
huvo the host bridges, finest cars.
the Miller platform and coupler,
and tho safety air brake (toprovont
the loss ot hie that Is everywhere
else happening); Pullman's sleepers,
uliman dining cars, largo nnd
powerful ongines (to mako quick
time nnd connections), und are in a
word the boat equippodroadg in the
VVost. So thai ft you dosiro to go
safely, suroly, quickly and comfort
ably to any point In Southern Iowa,
Nebraska, Kansas, or on tho roc i ho
lioads, bo sure that. you go "By
Way of Burllngt6n." .
All who wish particular Informa
tion, and a lurgo map, ohowing
corroctly tho Groat West, and all
railroad conuootions, can obtain
them, and any othor knowledge, by
addressing General Pussonger
Agont, B. & Mo, R. R, R Burlinflf
ton, Iowa.
If
to
I
la
Tin fi lint
When you come to town do not fail to go to the Dry Goods
IIouso of T. A. MARTIN & SON the "People's Old Corner
Store" eke when your neighbors tell you of the Grand As
8ortmentof "
ItcaiitiTul, Stylish, Seasonable, Substantial Good,
To be found there. you will be pained to say, "I havn't been
there I"
jkLtxirtlxx tto JSon.
Desire to say to their friends and customers and the community
in creneral that they are constantly receiving: additions to their
elegant assortments of Goods, and are prepared for the Spring
Trade with' a larger, better, and more yaned stock than ever
before, embracing m the Dry Goods Department, full lines of
Prints, Muslins, Delaines, Ginghams, Plaid Poplins,
Grenadiers, Cretonnes, Lawns, . Percales, Wash Poplins,
Piques, Black Sihs, Lustres, ; .. y-' -White Goods, Jaconet Swiss,
Japanese Stripes, Polly Vardens, . White Bed Quilts, Crash,
XAUIV UIUC1ID, i.lBniuO AVITVIBi MUU1UJCL UUttVVID, . . l UISUB,
Cottonades, Hickory Checks, Striped Ticking, Cassimeres, Cloths, &o.
SlWo have the largest and most varied -i
STOCK OP NOTIONS AND FANCY GOODS IN THE ; COUNTY I
Latest novelties
For the Ladies 1
We have Laces, 'Trimmings,
Edgings, Insertions, Collars!
Handkerchiefa; , ., Gloves,
Hosiery, "Hip Gore Cor-' t
sets," Hoop Skirts,i
Parasols, Hair Oils,!;;
Balmorals, Fans, V r (
::C Bracelets, -.
Neck-ties, Perfumery, eta, etc.
etc., etc..
A Good Steel-Shank Qaiier,
At prices tha
N.O. Sugar, 12i cents! . "B"
..: Beit Coffee
Fine Teas, Splendid Tobaccos
lilack 10 s, JNatural Leat bmokiDg lobacco, Candles,
Soap, N. O. Molasses, Syrups, Spices, Pepper, Cloves, ; ;
Cinnamon, Logwood, Madder, - Indigo, Alun" ; :
Rice, Candies, Raisins, Fish Lake Herring,
White Fisb, and Mackerel Hams, : "r
Shoulders, and Sides! ' i
QUEESSWAItB, GLASSWABE, STONEWARE, ' &c.l
TUBS, BUCKETS. BROOMS, BASKETS, &G. ! ;
We have a full stock of ev
erything, and are deter
mined to ell the lowest!
"A11 we ask 1 an examination of ourFGOODS and
PRICES, and we GUARANTEE SATISFACTION I
Give us a call at the
People'sOld
. -
tan
wr
of the Season t - "I
For the Gentlemen i T ?
We have all tbe latest Npvel-
.. ties in Collars, Ties, Bpysrs,
jSuapenders ij. Fine ' Shirts,
-pOhevoit - Shirts, gbirt -;
Jbronts, Cuffs, Chevoit .
:i -rSets, (Collars,Cu -t j
Bosoms,) Valises,
Hosiery,' Hats j
in Palm, Straw, Wool and Fair,
etc., etc. : ...; ;;
for. ..; . uQifiB.
defy competition I . !' :::: ;.
Coffee, 14 cents I ,SA" 15 centif
in Town ! . : . :
- j - Bright and Black -NavieSj
Corner Store.
T. A. martin & soiv.
WHERE TO EMIQEATE I
We answer, go to the Southwest Missouri,
because the Atluntio A Paciflo Railroad Co.
offer 1,800,000 Acres of Land to 'actual settlors,
at low price on longcred It, besides furnishing
freo transportation over thoirroud to purchas
ersj this rond extends from St. Louis, through
Missouri to Vinltiu, Indian Territory, Is being
pushed rapidly to Its destination, the Psciflo
Codst: will be one of the trunk lines of the
country, never blockaded by snow the lands
along the road are In a rich fertile country,
productive as any In tbe State; the climate com.
bines all tho advantages of northern and south-
era latitudes; gaod climate, soil, health, water,
limber, grazing, fruits and dowers, invite yon
to go to this region. For further information
address A TUCK, Land Com'r, 6i3 Walnut
Street, Bt. Louis, Mo. 13-ly
LOOK II ERE ETElF5
BODY!
Call at Gunning's Dbuo Btori, In Will's
Building, and ice those Fine Oil Paintings,
Uuromos, Photographs, Plain and Colored Llth
ographs, which are for sale very cheap. They
are so beautiful!
BUY THE BEST.
Tho ELIAS nOWE, Jr.
FAMILY ft MANUFACTURING
SEWIHTG MACHINES
WKBI
IIKST INVENTED
HAT aiBif
LATEST IEI3aO"VESI3
AND ARK
UNDOUBTEDLY THE BEST.
OFFICES:
Cincinnati, Hamilton, Dayton, Wilmington,
Chlllioothe, Portfraouth and Ironton. Ohio:
J. C. VAU DUZEH.
1T-8IO. " 1 4IAHAUWSH-
AMERICAN SUBMERGED PUMP,
'The BestFump in the World-'
OUR Agents report over $300,000 worth of
propurtyaved from Fire this ? ear, by these
fiumps, being the most powerful foroe-pumpi
n tbo world, as well as Non-fr.eilng.
Me Ufltober number, nnire 890. also the Pni
mlum LUt. oaire 8tiaof fhu Am. Atrrioulturlut.
This piipor novor deceivea the farmers. 8e
nntlce in February number, page 46. Try one,
It don't do the werk claimed, send It bank and
get your money, a w warrant our pump to
do all weolaim for them on our circular.
nenu lorcirouiaraor orders lo the Hrldgeport
M'f'g Co., No BO Chambers St., Nw York.
An order for ulne No. 1 Pumps secures an ex
clusive town agency. No U-tf.
DENTISTRY.
HAVING been enaagerl In th study and
practice of Ueutistry for fifteen years and
alouul praetloner In Jackson forsix years, and
having availed myself of all tha
Modorn Improvements In Dental
Science,
would reapeotfully say to th oltlaena of
HoArthurand vicinity that I am fully prepar
ed to maolpnlateall the various urancno of the
autence. Prlooi as low as the lowest. Work aa
good a the bust, Persona coming from
adfatanna wishing to remain until thMrwork
dona will be onlortalned at my private resi
dence free.
ETHER SPRAT and ELEOTRICITY
Used In extracting tneth, rendering their x
traotiouonmnaratlvolv nalnleaa. A remain
tondniit always on bundle wait upon ladles.
Ulvomsaoall.
Msyl8,HU-1y Jaekion.O.
as
THE NEW DISCOVERY
T 1 a , . . r
Dr. E. F, GARVIN'S K
SOLUTION & COMPOUND ELIIIR
T IR
mail IVft AVI V Bnt nmrAtf I
TTHflT ivn nvi.v BnTTmnw j.
laonemiztara of ALl, XII R TWIXTH
valuabl aetlv prioclpala of th well knewa
arative agnt,
rUVE TREE TAIL
OTIOrjALM) i In Combs, CoHe, Catarrh,
CTTJItES "WITHOUT PAIL
Arsesnteoldln throe so six kmmi and also.
&n,XT,AU81N0DaIF1,, andSTt
MULATINO tfTttta nnon tha MnwalmCni
la maarkably effioaelnua in all
DilEliM aic Tun niaan
Ineluxlin Bororula and Xruptlona of thaskla,
Prspapsla, DlasasN of tha lint and Xidntra.
BaartUlseaae, and OtaeraiDebOity.
ONI TRIAL CONVINCES!
Aran.
Volatile Solution of Tar
For INHALATION, without atmlleaUo of
HEAT. A twnarkably TALUABLB dunorery,
aa thewhola apparatua can beaarried to th real
poskat, raadv at any Urn for th moat effectual
and positively sorativ use in
All Diaeaac f tha nose, T1XBOAT
Tea coMPotnro
Tar and Mandrake Pill.
for ns In connection with the ELIXIR TAR,
is a enmhination of th TWO meat valuable
ALTERATIVE Medietas known, la tha Pro.
fsssion, and render tbia Pill without xosptiM
th vary beat evor offored.
Xbs BOLVTION and COMPOUND ELIXIR of
' JL1 Jtrii
U without doubt th Bmt mnodv know la
CHOLERA AND YELLOW FEVER.
It is a flpsniflo tor such diaeasea, and ahould b
kept in the household of avary family, moiallr
during thosaraontha la which '
CHOLERA AND YELLOW FEVER
arsllabl to pnvaiL. A email euantity tak.o
daily will prevtat oatraoUo tban Urrlbl
Balutloa and Compooal Xlliir.lLOS par BottW
TotatU Solution for Inhalation, SJ.OOpar Bm
T an4 Masdsak Pills, loot ps box.
Sand for Circular of FOSITITB Ct71tES
to jeur Draggiat, et to
L. Fs HYDE fc CO..
SOLE JfBOPJaUBTOBfl,
110 E, 22(1 St., JVw Fork,
tCMttlAOIRCuUH
Few Tork Offlotw 27 BlEKMAJ 81.
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One beer brewer in Indiana
lias contracted for ten thous
and bushels of bailey.
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lYlUnCf Key Chock Outfits. Cttalogacs, tun
nies tod rail ptrtloultr FKKK S. M. BrmioKs.
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nenk Tlne rery wld.wftk profressiTeyerson
-u'BUkuwMTOVfUcw ton, ' -t ,
KENNEDY'S HEMLOCK OINTMENT.
Th proprietor bss by rjie assist
Jff IS; fJ0' of Eminent Physlclsns and
Chemi.i sucoeodod in nllltainar th
... jaWneiioinal properties -oontolnpri
S tn, Oil. Pitch and Eesin of the
Hemlock Treo, and obtained a
valuable preparation to be applied
as a salv or plaster ror rheoma.
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fa alt,K1eum, Scurry, Bores, Ulcer
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ift?) c"Waln. Sore Breasts ft Nipples,
ss EingwormaChaflngandSklndls-
asaoaSMases 01 lonnmltory nature.
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Cincinnati, Ohio.
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bridirns. enirenuer nir i,.i,iii,,J; T"
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Models of new Inventions and sketches examln.
MoiT.1?' A" Pwnta are published
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and full pireotlons lor obtaining Patents.
a r o vPnper' oonc"-''B PstenU, MUNN
S l0A 2!2rlc ?()wt N Y- Branch ofiuce, cor.
. . , .. WUUIWU, J'. v.
JTurcbeba.
w
Is a Dowertiil ton (rt .iu.1.11. .j.hi.ji i
a,- - 'M' tru ii.r ubu in
Spring, when the languid and rtobllitaUd system
needs atrength and viullty j It will give vigor to tha
feeble, atrenirth in H. ; . , ... , .
jaeiadp jetivity to tha sliifrglsh, rst to tha weary,
- . , - ' ,-i .mill iw .us luiirm.
.k ' 8?,ulh. A?erlcn P'Rit. whleh, according
to the medics! snd ainntifla n.rin.u t
and Psria, it possowe, the Most Powerful Tonie prop,
ertlea known to Materia Medics, and Is well known
in Its native country aa having wonderful eurative
qualities, and has been long used as a speclflo In all
ea.es of impurities of th Blood, Derangement of
! n i ini ?l! 1"""". Uropay, Poverty of
Dr. Wlls Extract of Ji
It is slroimthcnlnr and nourlihlnir. T. Ilia titilrt.
einus food taken Into the stomach, it assimilates and
diffuses Itself through the circulation, giving rigor
and beaith.
It regulates tbe bowels, quiets ths norves, acts dU
rpotlv on tbe aooretlv umnmniih. ium.,i
ITonlo and restoring effoots, produeoa heslthy and
.l.npnn. ..IUn ... 1 1. a hI.aI. .....
tfuunVi. .Alil.uu(,l8 risltHt. New York,
. !. 'n tiutmi nistas.
Prloe 11.00 Dollarper Bottle. Send lor Clreulsr.
IfTOffWajr TO QWt ALTj YOTTB
SinMoaiBa fob turn RKAL. ESTATR
REGISTER. Pirrsauaaa.PA. (Weeklyi
Columns: i,oo year). Sample oopy tree.
iULOWAYS
rsiuiE iinrnn dsmsnd fur lisllowsy's rills snd
Olntinsnt, bss usmpud nnprlnelplwl parties to
eonntarfall Ih.i-s vslnsbl msdioines. In ord.r 10
pruuKit in nuniin anu onraeivps, wa bav ln,ui) a
ntw"TrKlnMrk"inilllnonf Kmil.n .r.i.f .
ssrnsnt, with the Isttar 11 in ths osnlr. Kvory boa
OflUlloWav'S Pill, anil Olnlm.nl. .Ill k.wi in.
trad mark on It; non sr nnln without It.
M, T. OlISMioai Co,, Sol. Prepri.tora,
. MKaliles tan, Nw Tork.
rt 0lB0lnnall,Olilo, Hoi Aisnt for
m (MesThwst (Acuities of ywrs stundlna.
sum rjr ssst.'mi
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Earthquake Horrors.
The latest advices from An-
tioch, says the Levant Herald
of the 9th, reported the town
to be for all practical purposes
entirely destroyed. Shocks of
eartnquake are still felt in the
country round about, but they
are not severe, and the exhu
mation ot the dead lying un
der the ruins is eroini? on ran.
idly. About one thousand
bodies have already been bro't
to lignt, and some three hun
dred persons are suffering from
more or .Jeas serious injuries
sustained daring the disaster.
Several persons were rescued
trom positions m which they
i i i , i . ,
uau ueenajmosi Dunea alive
for some davs. unable to extrw
cate themselves. Shortly after
the last great shock the earth
opened in gaps in many places
aoout met towDj and vomited
fortb a quantity of fine yellow
ashes, with which theurroun
ding : fields, for .a ..considerable
. '''"CDunt jpL the furids.' iQ the
State Treasury ' . ionHonday,
slibVeH ?261, 892.93m'curren.
cy, and $300,000 in ; exchajige
on New Yorfcftb be ' used ; for
State. Debt purpofls; ;ttiiking
uie entire ampnnt Jpt0!i,sya.yii.
Two -: hundred r and .akty;Qne
thousand dollars h . but aamall
sum. f o .pay ;. the ; amounts .-appropriated
thLegi3lature
last winter, there being an7?es--timated
deficiency. ? after :the
the taxes are opllected, of more
than double that amotin't;
In the vicinity pf ..rlontrose,
Iowa, the Ilessian fly is said to
be ravaging the wheat fields.
's:
Sarsaparilla
Is widely known
u one of the moat
effectual remedies
ever discovered for
cleansing the ivi
tem and purifying
the .blood. It' ha
AS stood the test of
V yean, with a con-
V
y itantIvornwinann.
, , , t wa wswvu WU
intnnsio Tirtuei, and (ustaiMu by its re
markable cures. So mild as to be safe and
beneficial to children, and yet so searching
a to iTaaiuaUy purgej ak the great cor
ruptions of the blood, such as the scrolulous
ana sypnuiuo contamination. Impurities,
or diseases that have lurked in the system
for years, toon yield to this powerful anti
dote, and disappear. Hence Its wonderful
cures, many of which are publicly known,
of Scroflila, and all scrofulous diseases,
Ulcers, Eruptions, and eruptive dis
orders of the skin, Tumors, Blotclies,
Bolls, Pimples, Pustules, Sores, St.
Anthony's Fire, Rose or ErysYne
SaIt Itheum, Scold
Ilcad, Itinprworm, and internal Ul
cerations of the Uterus, Stomach,
and Liver. It also cures other com
plaints, to which it would not leam esnarl.
ally adapted, euch as Dropsy, Dyspep
sia, Fits, Neuralgia, Heart Disease.
Female Weakness, Debility, and
LcucorrLcea, when the are manifesta
tions of the scrofulous poisons.
It is an excellent restorer of health and
ttrcnjrth in tho Spring. By renewing the
appetite and vigor of the digestive organs,
it dissipates the denression and liitl. Ion.
guor of the season. Even where no disorder
appears, people feel better, and live longer,
for cleansing the blood. The system moves
on with rsnewed vigor and a new lease of
ma.
niXPARED BT
Dr. J, C. AYEH& CO,, Lowell, Mass.,
PrflaMoal and AnaluUeal CAmmU.tm.
SOLD BT ALL DSUOQISTS EYlftT WHERE.
JEDUXS
iVEGETABLE !
Every year increases tbe populari
ty of this valuable Hair Preparation ;
-which is duo to merit alone. Wo
can assure ear Id patrons that it is
iv wu. u tuf nign standard;
and it is the only reliable and Derfect-
ed preparation for restoring- Gkat
ob Faded IIaib to its youthful color,
making k soft, lustrous, and silken.
The scalp, by its use, becomes white
and clean. It removes all eruptions
and dandruff and, by its tonio prop
erties, prevents the hair from falling
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 tho most eoo-'
nomical IIaib Dressing ever used,
as it requires fewer applications,
and gives the hair a splendid, glossy
appearance. A. A. Hayes, AID,
' State Assayer of Massachusetts, says,
"The constituents are pure, and care
fully soloctod for excellent quality;
and I consider it the Dist rsxPA
batioh for its intended purposes."
ffold by all DruggitU, and Dtaltn fit MtdMnm,
rrioo One Dollar.
Buckingham's Dyo.
TOR TUB "W1IIEKEI13.
As our Ronower in many cases
requires too long a time, and tod
much care, to restore gray or faded
Whiskers, we have prepared this
dyo, in on preparation; -which will
quiokly ana effectually accomplish
this result. It is easily applied,
and produces a color which will
noithor rub nor wash off. Sold by
all Druggists. Prioo Fifty Conts.
Mmur.otured by R. p. HALL, & CQ
1 CTAflatJA, 17JX.

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