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Knie. Ac. TLe, -ei:u-
Ia. C. A. iltm ankam, til'.' it. FihiAlstrstt. St. Lou.
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The Old Buttermilk Pail.
Cm, when I revert to he long-rone-b; pleasures.
And flunk of thedrc.ims that laude MM my
And bid sweet remembrance bring to me those
Which rwiukied like stars hi the azure of truth
How awee.t is the thought which, with strongest
Rolls over ray hriin like a wave of the oeenn;
When my minds turns to mm that I so sjjbj with
Wheu I drank to my till from the Buttermilk Pail.
Let the misanthrope pine let the long-visaged lan
guish For thimjs which are trifling, and scenes that are
Let the sorrow -faced mourner sing ditties of an
guish. And wetp for the hopes that have fled from his
Tet I sigh not all for the days that are ended,
When joy like a heart-feeding manna descended
When down on my marrow-honea ijracefullv bended
1 drank with my uose in the Butteriiilk "fail.
When but a young lad, with -ny heart overflowing
With temper as strong as a tenpenny nail,
How oft at the nt-.c of BM a going.
I've driven the old Mooley tn bidding her tail.
That gentle old cow ! there ne'er was a fatter;
She could vanquish all dogs that dared to run at'er:
Ana she was the mother 1 write not with satire1
Of the contents which filled the old Buttermilk
Oh, if there be scenes that arc good to remember.
Of the fair days of childhood, which long ago fltd.
Oh, bring tne the apples of golden Sepien her.
And the dishes ot sweet milk mixed rightly with
bread. And givr rae the Indian-pudding all vellow,
T will make the hair curl on the bead of a fellow:
ut,, aoove ail the rest, wheu the butter is melk
of the peculiar ideas of the men on
the borders that every man must pro
tect his life, and not the law. But
there is a good class of people now
settling up this country, slowly but
sure, and their Eastern Ideas will
brinsr law and order. Cor. Rochester
(Jems of ThMfftt
The veil which covers the fnce of
futurity, is woven by the hand of.
The man who is prond of his mon
ey, hai rarely anything better to be
"We waste our time In moments, our
money in dimes, and our happiness in
People look at your six days in the
week to see what you mean on the
Genius lights its own fire, but it is
constantly collecting materials to
keep alive the flames.
The gem cannot be polished with
out friction; neither can man be per
fected without trials.
A man must possess Are in himself
uuer i meiiow. , . , .
01 give mcd!U8ht from the Buttermilk Pail. 1 Deiore De CttQ KlDfliÖ "P electricity
that thrills the great popular heart.
A wise man ought to hope for the
best, be prepared for the worst, and
bear with equanimity whatever may
The mind of youth cannot remain
empty; if you do not put into it that
Farm and Home.
Blanket your horse when waiting
at the bitrbing-post, while the driver
is in some warm place doing business,
for "the merciful man regardeth the
life of his beast,"
Any one desirous of keeping seeds ! wbieh is good, it will gather else-
from the depredation nf mir. .-.n An I where that which is evil.
so by mixing pieces of camphor gum ! An olu Hmdo. wo had become a
in with the seeds. Camphor placed ' Cnri3tiaQ flr3t had a Bible given him
hi drawers or trunks will prevent ' and tDeU a clocl- SaiJ he: "The
mice from doing them injury. The c'oc' w'" te me bw time ßoeä.
little animal obiecta to th ndcr arwi and the Bible will teach me how to
w ' i va ai t a
keeps a good distance from it.
Stair carpets should always have a
strip of paper put under them, at and
over the edge of every stair, which is
Tbl Im Sensible.
Miss Fannie G.itewood, a reformed
prostitute, was announced to lecture
tVlfc -- nw ft- .-, 4 1 - a. - . m
i "'fy nrsi wear out, in atKokomo, but did not appear, as she
order to lessen the friction of the car- j couW get no a dience. People will
pet against the boards bene-tb. The , not go to hear her, and newspapers
strips should be within an inch or t advise her to hide herself and her
two as long as the carpet is wide, and j shame from public gaze, beause there
".bout four or five inches in breadth, j is already too much prostitution. Yet,
Qo w a uisiaace irom each stair
A very refreshing lotion, possessing
the same people will flock to bear
Luther Benson, and will sing praises
of his wonderful oratory. Luther
cleansing and clearing qualities of a ! Benson, Mace Long, Tyler Mason and
high order, may be prepared very ' a long list of reformed rakes c;. i
easily by any lady, In the following draw a crow d as they tell with glow
mannt r: Take a pint of orange flow- j ing words how they associated with,
er water, and a pint of rain Water, j helped to ruin, and trample under
with a sprig of rosemary; add to this i foot women. The woman cannot be
four ounces of ca-stile soap, scraped
finelr; boil all the ingredients to
gether, and bottle up tightly for use,
as may bo wanted. This article is
called pearl water; it is of simple
preparation, and Is one of the most
innocent and efficacious of the arti
cles pertaining to a lady's toilet.
A member of the Western New
heard by a refined public. Women
will flock about Lutber Benaou, cry
and pray over him, write him silly
letters which he shows and laughs at
in his next drunken spree; but a
woman one of their own sex, with
like nature, wh ii of those "unfor
tunates" who happened to falf a vic
tim to the man tht- waste their tean?
Tork Farmers' Club says he did not drjd prayers upon cannot be heard
plant early rose potatoes till the fort "Lt her hi Se her face in shame."
No, rather ask these men to divide
time with her. Good people, we pray
you, divide your attention; and you.
women, for the sake of your own svx,
treat the equally guiity alike. In
part fjf .June, repelled the beetle by
one sprinkling of Paris-green water
on such hilla as were infested (about
one-twentieth of all), and, notwith
standing the general fdlure of liiie
erop, harvested at thj rate of over i dianapolis Journal
200 bushels of sound tubers to the
acre. Another member reported
Brownel!' beauty as giving double
the yield of 8u.ovvfl.ike.
A writer sends to the Elmira Farm
ers' Club the following cure for gallo
on the shoulders of draught animal,
Truthfulness to Children.
A parent unlike a poet, ia not born;
he is made. There are certain things
which he has at once to learn, or he
will have no more influence over bis
child than if it was a common stran
ger. To gain obedience you must
which he says is the best he ever
used : Dissolve six drachma of iodine
in hif - rAr. e .u, . you must promts your
n,x , ' I ones, however small the thing seems
Oil thu arr-A will, L .
- " nuu a iraiut I aä SOOU at
the collar is removed, and, when at
rest, twice a day, morning and eve
ning. The article should be iu the
j first set yourself to deserve it. What
ever you must promise your little
to you and whatever trouble it costs
you, perform it. Never let the doubt
once enter that innocent mind that
you say what you do not mean, or
stable of every farmer, as it is an ex
cellent application on horses where' wllnotactup to what you say. Make
the skin is broken by kicks or other I M few Prohlbltory laW8 a JO P088
accident, and is a sure cure for Uy caD: but OQCe made keeP to
splints, if used in a orouer manner them. In what is granted as in what
Gossip entails on those who en
courage it absolute dishonor we
mean the dishonor of repeating con
versations, opinions, circumstances,
not made under promise of secrecy,
but which a high sense of honor
would treat as confidential, if happily
a high seuse of honor were the rule.
It is odd that one of the best things a
boy learns at school is to eschew tale
bt aring and keep faith with his com
panions, while one of trie most oom
mon practices of society is to betray
the trust contained in talk, and re
peat to all what has been implied
eoutkience to one. This habit of re
peating what we hear is as fatal to
the best intercourse of minds as to
the finer feelings of integrity.
Colorado Baach Cuutoas
Every ranchman is armed with a
repreating rifle, a shot-gun and a re
volver although many do not furry
their revolvers. I hardly ever carry
mine. In the event of a qaatTi l an
euarmed man stands more show for
his life, for, BO matter huw great a
dt.-,perado may be the man, he never
hoots an unarmed man. The ques
tion id asked: "Are you heeled?"
meaning armed. On your answering
to the contrary they will immediately
put up their weapons. Stealing here
ia sure death to the one getting
caught at it. Two weeks ago a party
of us went up into the mountains
prospecting for minerals in a new
gulch, and on our way found a muu
banging to a tree who had been dead
some days, with a paper pinned on
his shirt simply stating. "Horse thief."
These things strike terror to
thieves. Three nights ago three desperate-looking
men aroused me in
is deuied, compel yourself, however
weary or worried or impatient, to ad
minister always even-handed justice.
This i9 a system much more likely to
secure your child's real affection than
all the petting and humoring so gen
erally indulged in to give pleasure or
save trouble, not to your little ones,
but to yourself. 3ft' Mulorh.
The following is a list of the pat
ents issued to citizens of the State of
Indiana, December 10, 1878, and each
bearing date Nov, 2, 1878, furnished
this paper by C. Bradford, Solicitor of
Patents, 18 Hubbard's Tilock, Indian
apolis, Ind., of whom copies and in
formation may be obtained:
No. 210,200. l'o John N. (Jreene, ot
Indi;tnaiM)lt, ans-inor to W. H. 'Picket
sntl Hobcrt & DofMJT, ot the sume pi .oj,
for improvement .u btreet guides.
No. tlOCWt To Era:-tus B Kmklr,
ol ft Wa! ?, fnr iinprovemciil in water
aujjea for btenm boilers.
No. lo.'rt . To Thnmai J. Lindsay,
Dave H Uüdtaj ami Wm Heater, of
WindlHll, lor improvement in combined
fmi drill and com planter.
No. 2tU,83t To l:.-njmin 1. Perry,
f Kichuinnd. for improvement in vidve
gears tor engines.
No.91Qtm Tu Alexander T. Thayer,
of Milton, tor iuipru erneut in grain srpa
ratois. No. 210,:582. To William A. Whttbr,
of iMMa-Bapoli r improvement iu oleum
No. lltyttl To John I). Williams, of
Kising Mim, nr improvement in nre ;tnd
Of Ten Years' Duration. The Dis
chargee Thick, Bloody, and of
Foul Odor. Senses of Smell jnd
Tatte Wholly Gone. Entirely
SANFGRD'S RADICAL CURE,
Messrs. Week a Potter: Q-itlemeo Iftet eom-
El!ed to BCtnowtoilgc to you the j re.vt bnUt
kKFORn's Radical ( rr.B bus Ncen to mi. For
tc'i year I hae hrc miete,! wfth this loHilionie
lii-ae, and especially in the w.nnr tluu hi it
brenmoM severe. The rilactiarRt; has been t!i!-k
and n.oody, emitting a fail odor so bad that my
presoncu in n room with others was very olfunslva
to tiicni.Oui' weclt ajtcr coirmeneicg the use of
6Aronr' Kadioal C; rb I tt s not troubled wtiu
It at all. Mys "es of tast - and amell, wM. !i irtre
ichol j sroiu , havo now fully returned, and my geu
era! healt.i Is uiueh Improved Yours.
MELBOCRVE H. IORD.
Skm t-Jmmd Writer.
Oeo'd RArrns, Mich., Not. 3, 1876.
Gentlemen: The paeknire of Sastoio's rrw
rrlvi d h rcto-nlht sll right. I don'tknon-what I
shot:ld hav doie i Ithail notbe-n for this remedy.
I have trl--1 Nasal 1 tau cht sund c very thin else, aud
altlionh 1 have been able to strip the offensive dl
elmr-ri. I have not been bl" to recover mv setup of
taste and smell until I trie'l SaXToted a CVS3S. Tou
can refer any ono voa choese to mc, and I wIN
cheerfully Inform them n detail as to lite bcuetlt
the rcmeUy hat t-cen to me. Y im,
MKf.BOriTVE fa. FORD.
Gkajto Raths, Mtcn., Nor. !5, 1976.
SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE
Not only promptly rreit th corrodln dlscharv
iu I'atarrh.but, ly sympathetic action, it restore to
sound bcaltii all the orran of the head that tiava
b. come nffcete ' by It. sua exhibit any ol the folio w-lc-
Dofrctlve Cyealcht. Inflamed and Mattery
I.v. , Pavisiful iatmI Watery Kyt-K, Loa of
Hcsrliif l"t -vch.-. IVeuralaA of the Ear,
Discharrea from thf Kar, Ringing Xoiaos
In the Hettd. Dlulnt, N' rrous Hrad-
an he, Pstlna in the Ti-inplea, Loss of t ho
Beiuses ofTxste avnd flnirll, Llontlun of
the I' vn!a, inflammation of Ue Tonnil,
Patrid lioro Throat, Tl kling or Harking
Cm ;h . Bronchitis, and Bleeding of the
Each package contains Dr. Sanford Improved
Inhaling Tube, with full and carefully prepared di
rections for use In all caws. Price. St. For sale by
all wholesale and retail druggists anJ tlcali-rs
through on the Culted fttateaandC'ina''as. Wh EK9
PtiTTIi:, 0r.eral Agents a.id V. boksls Vng
ginU, Boston, Vlo-a.
Cold Weather is at Hand
WANTS ALL THE
A N Eleetro-Oatvanlc Battery, combined with
Xl. a hik'hiy Meuicaiea riasur, rorminr
MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN
In Marshall and surrounding Counties to call and see him be
fore making purchases for
Fall and Winter, as he has a Large Stock of Eveything,
and the Goods will be sold.
It does not make any difference how big the Blowing done by
others, he will not be Undersold by any one.
If IW ADVERTISEMENTS.
A CHEAT OFFER FOR
i We will dnrlug the HOLIDAYS dispoaeof lOO
1 PIANOS ORGANS, at KXTRAOKU1V
AH1 LOW prices for ch, SPLENDID OR
GANS a 3 ftaeta of r-seds MS, S with
Sub Hasaa and CoupUr So, aeta s .-, I at
40, 1 set 35. 7 Octave nil ROSE WOOD
PIANOS wiao, 7 1 3 .to warrÄlltej
forSITyeara. AGENTS WA!TKD, Illaa
trated Catalogcea Mailed. Maslc at half
price. HORACE WAT: RS SON jitanfra
ud Dealers, 40 E. 1 1th St., N. T.
E D 1 H O N H: C LIP 1-C O !
What is it? The lateat and grandest triumph of
Klectro-Meüical science. By this new scientific ap
pliance Chronic Diaearcs ar radically and perma
nently cured. The worst forms of Kheuraatism
Nenraliria, Paralyaia, Headache, Dyspepsia and
N rvous Debility disappear as hy mafric; pain leaves
at Its touch. No mediciuea internally. Costs so
little that L.OP need suffer. Send for pamphlet to
Dr. H. K. IA n isoN, Box U3f, Terre Haute, Ind.
rracd -st cirattro ajrent In hj world of me
In use. Th
and nttcrlv surpastii:ia' -U otuer Plasters heretofore
in use. I rey iceomnl.sn more ia one w--ei tnatj
the o'd I'l fi rs ... iK vta-di- rear.
Hale, they a i. a. Th :y
Thiy do ubt pal
KolleTe AfTcctlans of th Chest.
KtlK e Affections of the Longa.
TVWo Affcctlor.i of tne Heart.
IJellcve Affection-- of t!:j Liver.
Hellere Affectloi j .rtl.c Spleen.
Kellere Affectlo-ii of the Kldntya.
Hellere Affections i f ilia Spine,
hellcve Affcctictis cf the Nervs.
Rellro AffeotU : toft he Musclea.
Relievo Affectionaof t)ie. Jotnta.
W-llev Affections of the r nea.
Bella tc Affections of thu blnews.
Ko matter what mar be tba sxtent of yonr snffer.
Inf, try one of these Plasters. Kellcf U ataafas
om. a fact st.r'wrtcd by hundreds of testimonials ia
onr possession . Dear n mind tUat the moat linpor
laal discoveries In pli.-rniacy date t -k 1-sstlian ten
years, and that comlilnatior.soi gaw and easenee
of plants and s! nibs sr. Ii.-reln united with Klee
tric'.iy to form a curative Plaster. in soothtiiit.h' al
Irtr. and str nifthenlnp pmpcrtlrs as firsaperior to
all other Plasters h r loloTC in usu as me t-clentiAo
piiy-.il .u la U Lj horse-le.ch.
Prlco, 33 Cent.
r.- ear' ml to call for COtXtVS VOLTAIC Pt-AS
tKR lest you Ket con. - '" .nliless Imitation. Sold by
!l Wholi sale and ReUll Dnimlsts f hronrbouUh
ratted Stst'-s sr d -uadaa.and by WLUiS t Pyi
All-Wool Blankets for $2.50 a Pair!
100 PAIRS OF PANTS AT $1.50.
Matthew Hale Smith's new book.
Iimi prominent persons -men and women ana yced
Steel I'urtrait of A. T. CTCVWaDT
landert.itt, Henne't. tte.. O I tW AH I
1 M scoaatiou of the season. Now it ibe time for
AßEAITfito "efte territory. Addreaa f6r
MUtn I O agency circulars and terms,
American Pub. Co., 118 Raadotpb St., Chicra-o, 111.
CO C NTT OFF 1C
Clerk Daniel McDooavM
Auditor A.C. J Hoiapaon
Sheriff.... L.t fflas
Treaaurer A. L. Thosaaon.
Recorder J. B. N. KJingcr
jWfi A. C. North.
School .-uj niiH n.:, Hi V. E. Bailey .
. i Hi rata Ranck
CommiBBionen Howard Barnaby
I J acnes A brands
Regular aeawiona of the Commlissioners' Camr
ftrst Mondays in MaA.li, Jon, Ken-lean be r and Da-aembsr
Circnit Judge Sidney Ke-ita.
Circnit Kroaecutor p. O. Joam.
Sessions of the Circuit Court, 1st Monday in
March, 3d Monday n May, bih Monday in 8eptess
ber and ad Monday tn December.
CITlf GO l.RNMENT.
City Council naecU second
in each month.
David K. 8oydar
...Jams A. ui'inors
and fourth Monday
II I Of FALLING SICKNESS
POSITIVELY CI KED the worst cmm of the
longeet standing. tv ueing lr, Hebbavrd'a Cure
"NO HUHHCü," 11 HA. I I Ki ll 1 HOI -
SANDS. Will give Sl.OOOfsr a case It wttl
not benefit. A wunsle bottle free to all addressing
J. E. DIKHLklE. Chemist, Office 1.323 Broadway
CHRISTIAN CIH RCH. ITeachlin 10-. a. as.
and at 7:3o j. m. Sunday at aooi at 1I:U p. to.
U. V. Heed, Pastor.
1RKSBVTERl.7rf CHURCH. Preaching -very
Sahhath at io:90 a. m., and at 7.30 p. m. Sab
bath school at 11: 15 p. m. Prayer meeting. Wad
neadays at 7 p. so. Seats free O. A. Uttle. Pasaor.
METHCDIST EPISCOPAL CHl'KCH. Corwar
La Porte and Cenrar streets. Pn-achüss n. r
"""i si ltKso a, da., ana 7"ao p. m fee
acbooi ai 12:0 p. m. T. C. Stringer. Pastor.
Awarded sigsat prist at Centennial
Me che. ring MtslMt and wzctBmtm
setsr nf mtmmmm al Jumar inf. Ths M
srer made. As oor blue strip trade-msrk
imitated on lu.'erC-r rnodi see that Jarkm
on every ping. Sold hy all dealers. Sand for
sas. u u. a. JAoaxa a Co . Ufrs.. Fi
$1 pronis on Id day investment of MM
I O U II in U eatcrn I nion. November mUU
Proportional raterns every week on Stock Options
ot SO. - .-.o - sjioo. . 3eo.
Official Reorts and -'irculars free. Addreaa,
T. POTTIX T2I3ET k CO.. hankers. !Ci Wall St. N.T.
tt-est and fastest
eaideViaitor Term and Ont-
ree. AddrfBS P. O. VICRERY Ass.
thu Charcb ti. first
eacb month at lü:30 a.
Church at t p. m. J. B.
Services in the LuiL-
snd third baxfava 1st
as., and at the Jaroby
Henn , Pastor.
ST THOMAS' Eptacopal Church
vices every Sunaay at lC-9Ca. m.
at 12:0 p. m.
V service, i :SO a
Vespers ai S p. m.
SDC ':ao p. SB .
Scats tras, t.
m. Second service at 10
A (ES TS WANTED. For the
TV aellirr' Pictorial Books and Bihles
duced 33 percent. Address NAT. PCB
DAY to AarocrB anva-sine
I iLYMOI'th rouuivntRT
X Stated conclaves the second That
month. J. V, . Uotuzhton, E. C. c. E
. X. Toaa,
PLYMOUTH COUNCIL, NO. If,
Stated convocations the si mad
each month. J. V
M. A. s. M.
Wsr.acs, , i.
Ungeiibaugh, T. L M.
PLYMOUTH, CHAPTKaL NO. as.
Stated convocations the Aral and
days in ejeh mouth. J M.
M. A. M.
oi.ier. M K. M. P.
PLYMOUTH, LODGK; NO. 14; A F. A A. M.
Stated communications first and third Frida)
in eacb moain. A. L. Reeve, W. M. J. Brownie,
a. fllfcfll räälT SS aiTa sissan. a
TL.R, Proprietor. lo ou, Jla
A NOTED DIVINE SAYS
THEY ARE WORTH THEIR
WEICHT in GOLD
READ WHAT HE SAYS:
Pr. TfTTt TVar Sir: For ti 9 years I have
jecti a martyr to 1 ' niftipation and
I' ..i l.nstsjiriiiB your PUN were refonimpiidd
tome: I used them (but with little faith I
am now a well man, have Rood aprwtiu-, Susten
tion perfect, regnku Stools, f'lhs cone, and I
have (jaineil forty .oiind.s solid liesh Tht j are
worth thir ei-iht in gnld.
Kev K. L. HMnOtT, Iulsville. Ky.
A TORPID LIVER
is th" fmitfnl source of man, diseases, such as
In h r-sln.i' k Headache,! os'.Ivciksä. Dyn n
lerjr, Bilious Fever, Ague and Fever, Jaundice,
Pi lea. KJ ieuiii.it is ni .Kidney t'ompla.nt.Cohc.elc.
Twtt's Pills ciert a powerful Influence on tht
T v r i i will with ortlnt v relieve t hat tnipor-
tant nrean from disease, and restore its normal
Thf rapidity with which persons take on flesh,
while midi r the influence ol these pills, of itself
Indicates their adaptability to Hour ill the l-ody,
hence their efficacy in cuntiK nenous debility,
dyspe'-sia, wasiineof the mnwh-s.sluKKishncaa
of thf II vrr.i liro'iin onstipalnei. and lniuaruuat
heaiih and strength to the system.
Onlrwlth remilarity of the bowels can perfect
health be enjoyed. When the constipation is of
reci nt date, a single dose of TWIT'S PILLS
will suffice, but if it has become habitual, one
-411 should be taken evrj night, gradually lasavn
nn the frequency of ths deie until a rrKular daily
mofi'iiierit is nl tsined, which will suon follow.
siold F.verywhere, 25 nta.
OFFICE, 3ö MÜ&BAY ST.. HEW YORK.
Positively Cured by
tnete Linn run.
They alo rel level
n. stress rrom iytip i
ala. Indigestion audi
Too Hei.rly Kitin I
A perfect remedy fori
piaatneaa, Nausea. I
Iinivvriiiesa.Ucd 'I siel
In His Month. Coaled I
Ist- Ihn n weis audi
prevent Coostip-tt ISM j
and Piles. I lia sinn i
cat and eaaiest to luUe. tiolyone pill a iL,-
40 In a vial. Purely Ve-reiuljle. Price 3 cents. I
Mold v all Irugaisls.
CARTER IHEDHJINE CO., Prop'rt. EHs, Pa.
Five Visls by ns:l for oua fMlar.
The cause of the terriblt explosion
at Sullivan the OtlMI day is explained
as follows . Two rooms were bMn
excavated toward each other and on
ly a thin wall remained. The gas
the 1 bad accumulated in one of the room
ami the miners had been warned to
Die Farmer and the Laboring Man's
Nussbaum 1 Mayer
Wholesale aud Retail Dealers in
A COUGH OF TWENTY-FIVE
TEARS' STANDING CURED.
CaTRKII WITH DkoPPINOS IU TUB
TpKOAT.C'AI WM t- KEI.I.N05 OF STRANO
IsUni, DlZZINK, PAIM IN SlDK. AX1)
Weakness or Kidneys, immediately
rei.ievkd, System seemingly made
over New by pse op se Bottle.
Messks. LntUnnt & i n.:
I live in M n hsatSf ttm, atil hare lived over fifty
year in (ioffstown, ahont two miles from here 1
am 7? years old. I have had Catarrh for fifteen
year, and a hal ervieh for twenty-flve vicars, ea-Jv-tiall
epKne and full, (so-od (Seal ol that time I
navp had diaeincsa iu Uie heul. Uprnjr the flttwu
veara 1 tane had aVopajtag tro-m fror the head upou
the lunes, illlinz my throut with phlevin, causing
tickling in the Ihrait, aud wh.n-ver I a:is down
with fever n'ii!K a fuelini; of siiffrs-atin-; and
traiiglitii;. Pmjpl. have tUoiiifht 1 had the I'on-
sumuiiou. 1 was riurtorad for Hist. I hare con
sulted a ptta many phya clans, hir uever got more
than temiMirarp relief. Ahou two months aro I
had a dizzy spell, f.UI iluan aud was inscusihle for
pome timn. and did not know my own folks for
ovsr six hours. ÜT WirtkaT tTsM taa SS rrsw
5'iu'eoni' I 'aUirrh h'einedlf, aud advim-il me to
huyabotlle. lie bail Catarrh and took this, ami it
left. I cot a hot Me and ia ten dava it cured the
Catarrh, removed the HUsfSaV tickliin.' m the throat,
anJ I was side tossw four tords of wood. worUinc
sii hours a day. I never aa anything like it. It
Seemed to make uic all over new . I now have none
of the old troubles uiiIsms I ist cold, and then a
teaspoonful ol & ( H:;ttnlv ml f'abnrh h'eine
dy removes everything. I w mid not he without it
as long as I could get nrmey to buy it with. My
graudaoh and hia wi'e 1,'ive I, ,. t'atirrii, ou.i they
are tryluu' 1 und find innni-liHte reli. i.
I have had pains in the amtll of my hack and
wealtneaa of the ki iiipys for mauy veara, and
tlio'igti I work hard daily, shoveling ihis sianonof
i' year, my kidneys have lajsaal grwat reh-f. and
t'ie paius love greatly diiuiuisheal.
Manchester, N. April A, Iflt,
I'apl -lone-ili (leorge can get the testimony ot
ev. rv bank man and city offleert.i hack him as re
liable and boni-st
sTatndn ifs of cases of a similar nature cured
i'hiu the las: yar. Sntif" sad Lottcsas give ualv
temporary re ief. The ( tn!itiUim&.l Cmtmrn
K rnirlj strike at the root, b lil.ls up the c iristl
tntion. raakea it new, aud drir.-s away t ata-rli and
all diseaaea of the mncoua membranea, and their
attendant pains and aches, pertaining to oc head,
back, shoulders, kidneys and throat.
Price? tl per botlls. A pamphlet of 3S ivar s
giving a treatise on Catarrh, with innumerable
caaea of cures, aeut tree by addn ssine the Proprie.
tors. LlTTLKf IBLD & Co ,
Manchester, N. II.
Sold hy L Tanner, and Poe & Chapman, linn
outh. Ind. iiov 14131
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And Dealer in
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1 1-2 in. Heavy Harness
1 3-4 inch heavy $28.
Single Buggy $12 to $15
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Complete, Fresh and Reliable Stock.
We Sell only f- CASH1
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We solicit the continued favors of old friends and the patronage uf all desir
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OF EVERY FORM.
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extensive practice we have enjoyed is respectfully solicited.
CITY DRUG STORE!
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CHINA & STONE WAKE I
GRAND PREMIUMS I
KOSK-1! II. I. KAUM (tlivtrlod Into six farms), att
uatit! in W airick county, luüiau, oevt-u Diik-at-aKt
0( Ktsnsville, two miles north of Nfwbur.', coo
taining SXil acres, BlMSSl dwellinira, and isvfb barns,
four cn-harrta, and utlicr valuable Improvements.
Tor ImtiatiaHiHs Lota are all moat Ueairable prop
erty lo buy ss su investment.
Thu kvaiisvillt; Lots are all first-class of their lo
rality in . .al heaniitiil cit, and are to day worth
their aclicdule firuj a for honiea.
.No. 1, Premium Farm, 40 acre, homestead im-
pruveuicuta . . Sus.oOo
- rsf acres
' ' isu ...
" 100 " "
1 Lot, Woodruff Place-, Ind 'polls $7,oo0,
5 Lota, iiiAjliiaii i Home, i. .,),
i loss. Willi ft iniawa " l.wsj,
6 Lots, Irvington, Indiana, l.too,
30 Lota, (is ii lals. Kvanvills n,of
4o Ixits, W oollawu, Kvauaville 5o,
UU, " soo,
10 Pn-miums, ;uh ISA
a .. 60.
" - M,
ci-aae blasting until the im-j couhl bo
the nighi, and said tbey were looking ; Tanned out. A miner, however, diare
for a horse-thief and were tired. I j garded these instructions and ex
invited them to stay all night. They j ploded a blast which blew out the
immediately made theaiaelveg at ; partition, ignited the gas in the va-
bome, cooking their own snpper, i tmut chamber and caused the explo- j (
flnaly faUing asleep, leaving them : sion. Eight men lost their lives by HlUBS lUfS iGltS WOOl
, I. - - - I ...n... Tko. Am. I . 1 I 1 ... i. ,.SM si m A I I i
r'J'u6 puari , ii a vuiu':i. iuoj j-a- iu) cauidoiuu ill euuueauuu. iweuiy
We are Holling at uiltlniKS aH cheap as anj
h-u- In Northern Inöiana. In eonneetloi
witii tin above buaineM. we pay the hisrhisat
prl e in Cnsh tor nil Kinds ol Produce. and
Dinks a specialty in
JNF.QUALED IN BAKING I
WITH MORE IMPROVEMENTS,
ALL THE CONVENIENCES ANI
THE GREATEST DURABILITY.
Tl I K
parted early the next morning, und, I seven men were in the mine at the
learned, came up with their man aud
shot him. It is remarkable to think
that a man may shoot his neighbor
and nothing be said, but let him steal
anything aud ho must die, It is ooe Xews.
time, of whom fifteen were at work
in the lower vein where the exnloaion
f . T r .? TTa -. . r, . . .
occurred. The men In the upper vein I to purvhaa Oooda in our iu or nave any
were only stunned. Indianapolis j ,hIn to sellio us.
Krs in plain IsnKuagr)
in, nu, cuaravingt ; re
ils secrets which ths
msrrid sad thoss rorttrnir-
SasWlaKV I sssl' 'aiiot I'larrtaacshouiilkno
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A Lecture on the Nature, Treatment and
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Ainouncemeots for 1878-9,
Among the attractions for the coming year are
the follow ing :
'HlWORTH'S," a serial novel, by Mrs. Prances
Hodgson Burnett, sulbor of 'That Lsas o' Lowrie's '
; - !, .! Vr H, nnt's r.w uovel is laid in
Laurashire; tbe hero is a youne Inventor of Ameri
can eiath, " Ilawort h's" Is tbe longest Mrs. Burnett
had yet written. It will run through twelve num
bers of the Monthly, beginning with Novetnher,
1STS. and will be profusely illustrated.
FALCON 6EPG "eriai novel, hy H. H. Bnyesen,
snihor of tiuuiiar," "The Man who Lost bit
Name." Ac. In this romance, the author graphi
cally describes the pecaliarites of Norse immigrant
lite iu a w-stern settlement
STIM OF NEW ORLEANS, by Oeorte W. Cable,
to be begun on the conclusion of "ralconherg."
This story will exhibit the state of society in Creole
Louisiana about the years 1SOS-4-&, the time of tba
Cession, and a period bearing a remarkable likeness
to the present Ueconst ruction period.
PCR 1 1JI1S OF AMERICAN POETS- This aeries
Ihejrtui in .uiruat with the portrait of Bryant) srili
be continu d, that of Longfellow appeaiiug In N6
vember. These portraits are drawn from life by
W vatt Baton an.i enirraved hv T. Casta. They will
be printed separately on tinted paper, aa fiontla-
pieces of four different numbers. llla--trated
! sketches H the lives of the poets will accompany
. S UD E . IN THE SIERRAS.-A series of papers
(mostly illustrated) hy .?ohu Mtiir, the l alitwruta
naturalist. The most graphic and pietui-r-aqne and,
at tbe same time, exact and trustworthy studies of
" 1'lie ( aliloinia Alps' that have yet been made.
The series will sketch the t alilornis Passes, Lakes,
W ind Storms and fc'orvst,
NEW VIEVIf OF BRAZIL. Mr. Herbert II. -nvth,
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Clmmimey (the artist who accompanied Mr. Ho
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present condition, the dies, rivers and resources
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