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THE OITIO DEMOCRAT SATURDAY APRIL, tfO, 1892.
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Benjamin Settles has jdjseovored
,ii four foot win of coal.yn lii.s fiirm
,neiir,tlio head of Goose Crook.
Lmnidor Anierlne hat? purchased
:lic fiirm on Gult Crock, formerly
.owned by E.v-.contniissionor Karsh
jtor. IIo says tlint he can raise, lilt)
(Otvii lobuceo now.
Uqorgo Cupp. who has been com
plaining for sonic titno past of a
trouble in, bis stomach, was taken
violently iiok Hie other day. Dr.
.Greo.u was called upon, who ad
ministered to blui, after which the
,nwo assumed a spasmodic natiiro.
J Ie vi$ seized witli a lit of vomit
ing und.exudtd u monstrosity re
,sonibli.ig nnd near the slzu of n
Jinlf grown frog. About X wo years
tigo wbilo on his way to Londcti
,dery, George says he became very
.thirsty and drank out of a pool by
tbu road side, and thinks ho swul
Jowed u tad polo at that time, as
Ills trouble began soon after. He
,says for the last four or five months
be hn,y heard what he took to bo a
.screeching of a frog, especially
when not stirring. At first be
spoke to his w.ifo and other persons
.asking them if they heard of it,
and they just laughed at him. He
then eunie to the conclusion that
ft must bo n deficiency in his
The scarcest thing in our country
The weather is some what cool
;ind hard on jtho fruit now.
Miss Ilattie Shaw made a flying
visit to this part of the country.
Mrs. D. Dun will return to her
Jiome in Kansas, next week from a
pleasant visit with relatives and
Joel ilnrsch and wife moved last
E. D. Harden of Union Furnace,
Mas in town Friday on business.
Warren Limning of Logan, spent
i few days last week with his pa
Joe Fox spent Sunday in Logan.
Mr. C. V. Lloyd of Straitsville,
Sundayed in town.
Harry Grnbbsof Fayette County
js in town on business
W. D. Brandt and sister Lizzie,
attended the closing of IT. W.
-Scliall's school at South Perry last
E. G. Martin was at Logan Wed
nesday. Tho town was thrown in to excite
ment Tuesday evening by an alarm
.of fire at the residence of Peter
Bowers. Damage light.
J. J. Snider will soon move his
,saw-mill to Vinton Station.
E. T. Harden tho newly elected
Assessor, is on duty.
W. L. Brandt is improving his
residence by a neat fence.
John Hansel lost a fine hnr.io
A. Johnson lias moved in the
There was quite a romantic wed
,ding nt tho ollice of E. U. Martin
one day last week.
Ed Foltz and wife of Logan, are
visiting John Hansel.
j-.imer jjowers is engaged in
Will Bensenhufer of Swan spent
Sunday at home.
The Ewing Literary Society will
hold its closing session Saturday
It is bom, and it's name is Nancy
a no.v postofueo. It is called
Nancy; and William O'Konnedy
if the county of Down, has been
appointed postmaster, and V. 11.
J)onui, assistant postmaster.
C. C. Haynes had a public sale
last Friday and moved to Colum
bus on the following Monday.
William Peters, who has been
working on a saw mill near Colum
bus, has returned home and resum
ed work on his farm.
Tho M. E. church gavo a box sup
per at Mf. Carmel last Saturday
night to raise money for the pastor.
Jefferson Fetlierolf is confined to
his bed witli rheumatism.
William Parks has entered on
bis work as Assessor.
It. E, MoFadden has' bought a
team of horses, and Is engaged in
hauling lumber for Frank Haynes.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Devoro visit
ed John linboden last Sunday.
The late freezes have killed the
peaches in this locality.
Quarterly meeting at Blooming
ville last Sunday. Kov. Milhorn
Hovh. Jones and Ciipp passed
through our place Tuesday.
Allen Sheik of Gildsonville, onll
hPoii W. J. Sims Friday.
Addison Hnytr railed at 11. A,
A number of our .young folks
parted to Blnomjngv'Wo Sunday
I'vening, and were detained by the
John Vorhees nnd I liarlie Lytic
gre in tjje eijiploy of V, S, Burjon,
Oeorgo Shaul thN spring.
II. A. Gordon made a business
trip to Logan Tuesday.
J-Illzabolh Englo of I.nurolvllle,
who has been visiting her brother,
has started home.
Hun Allen culled on Ilattie Gor
don .Sunday eve.
Sir. Payne of Logan, railed on
Win. Kitchen Wednesday.
School commenced hero last
Monday with F. W. Dollison as
David Allen moved on Mr. Wil
Otto Shaw of Enterprise, says
ho is very well pleased with the
Charley Clark of Strlngtown,
gave MNs Maud Sniff n pleasant
call last Saturday.
A. Hattiiii, who was sick last
week, is improving.
Miss Allio ltodmnu and Lillie
Shultz of Calico Jlidgo, attended
the last day of school at Five Mile,
Geoige Martin is working for
John A. Shaw's this week.
Mary Ilattun called on Ilattie
Shaw last Sunday.
Who is "Betsy Kant Kwit," is
the question of every ono in Xick
elplato. Bkthy Kant Kwit.
Some of tho farmers of this lo
cality have not been able to get
their spring plowing done on ac
count of the wet weather.
Mrs. Eva Beougher of Mercer
County, is visiting her parents.
Martin CJoss was kept very busy
last week in tho funeral line.
Grandmother J5eouglier, who has
been staying witli her daughter in
Canrl Winchester, is spending a
few weeks with neighbors of this
Dan Boougher boasts of being
the champion egg eater of tiiis vi
cinity. We will not say bow many
ho ate Easter Sunday.
J. E. Weaver spent last Sunday
with Henry Highly and family.
A young man by the name of
Sniff vNited J. L. Clark and family
on Easter Sunday.
Mis. Helena Beery nt this wri
ting is not much improved in health
C. W. Clowe is Improving his
residence by putting up n summer
Elmer Kitchen lias commenced
a summer term of school at this
place and is giving good satisfac
tion. Charley Hhoads contemplates
making a yoke for George Highly.
We do not know the reason.
Lewie Wetzler bad a log rolling
The Sabbath School seems very
dull this summer.
Success to tho Dkmociiat.
After a long absence, wo come
again with u few jots.
Henry Keller lias moved out of
town into the country.
William Walker lias purchased
the property formerly owned by
Lloyd Glad man, and has moved
D B. Whit urn ft is moving into
his property recently purchased of
B. II. Dollison will move into tho
house vacated by D. B. Whiteraft.
Charles P. Michel is making eon
siderable improvement in the way
of a new blacksmith shop and ci
It II. Dollison is making consid
erable improvement on his recent
ly purchased farm by adding new
The farmers aro very busy get
ting their spring work done. There
has been considerable oats sown,
but the wet weather has retarded
tho work quite a great deal.
Isaac Whiteraft of Ewing spent
Sunday with bis brother, D. B.,
who is on tho sick list. Em, v.
Mr. Tulkinghorn There is a
very fine picture of our minister
in to-day's paper. Mrs. Tulking
horn Indeed. What has be been
'What a stupid thing thijt Miss
Chattorton is! She'll sit for n whole
evening without saying a word."
"Oil, but. you never happened toseo
her at the theater."
Old Gentleman What do you
bopo to be when you grow up?
Small Hoy I want ter be a circus
actor. Well, I declare! Why do"
you want to bo a circus actor? So
I won't have to crawl under the
Mamma Well, Nellie, what did
you learn at the Sunday School to
day?Nellio That Imustsell three
tickets for tho concert next week,
give twenty coots to buy a present
for tho superintendent, and that
Noah built the ark.
Nolgliborly-Ko your buy is study
ing to bo a lawyer, eh, Parsons?
Linitn'rlip IIo am, sab. Neigh
borly Do you -think ljlui JJtttul for
Andy Devoro is working
that profession? I.ln.herllp Fit
ted fo.r't? 'y dat buy ciuildri' rec
kemleo do trufo ef yo' paint it red
an' hung II on bis lied pos.'
"How do you understand the
phrase an "Impressionist picture V"
asked tho country cousin of tliocity
cynic as they stood in the art gal
lery. "Why, an 'impressionist pic
ture is ono that leaves on your
mind the Impression that it is a
picture of a cow, and tho Impress
ion lingers until you look at the
catalogue anil read that it is a pic
ture of a water spaniel."
Mistress I am surprised. You
say you were married six months
ago, divorced three months ago,
and remarried to your husband
last night. Domestic Yes'm. You
see, at the first place ho had they
wanted n married man, so we got
married; but the the next place
they wanted a single man, so wo
got divorced, and J came here.
Now he's found a place where they
want a man for gardening and
wife to cook, so wo got married
again, and I'm going there with
Wliiit Aro Woolen Goods.
The census bulletin devoted to
tho wool industry, which has just
been issued, contains some 'inter
esting facts as bearing on the bill
passed by the house to furnish the
peoplo with cheaper and better
clothing. Tho aim of Census Sup
erintendent Porter has always been
to make his statistics as favorable
to the party in power as possible
and especially to furnish material
that can be used in support of the
policy of ii protective tariff. There
aro sonic figures, however, that
cannot bo so manipulated as tocon
ceal unpleasant facts and the bul
letin of statistics of woolen manu
facture oilers a case in point.
It has been charged by the op
ponents of tariff restriction that the
wool tariff has not benefited the
wool grower and has injured the
general public by increasing the
price and degrading the quality of
woolen clothing. This is stren
uously denied by the advocates of
high duties, who claim that the
tariff increases the demand for do
mestic wool, therefore stiffening
the price, and results in producing
cheaper and better clothing. That
the pi ice of domestic wool lias
steadily gone down instead of up
under high tariff the farmers know
to their sorrow. As to the other
matters let the census statistics of
Bobbery Protecting Porter answer.
One of the tables in tho bulletin
gives a comparative detailed state
ment of raw materials consumed
in the manufacture of woolen goods
in 1800 and in 1SS0. The figures
show n falling off in the purchase
of foreign wools !,6G0,52'J pounds
and of domestic wools 8,010,182
pounds. The turiir that was to pro
tect the domestic wool grower by
putting up barriers against the im
portation of foreign wool was suc
cessful in reducing foreign com
petition, but the injury to the do
mestic wool grower was far greater
than the benefit. The decrease in
the purchase of scoured wool as
prepared for the cards was !),I7S,1 1!)
pounds. The diminished use of
wool was more than made up in the
increased use of .substitutes and
adulterants. The amount of shoddy
entering into tho manufacture of
"woolen" goods increased 5,278,11 1
pounds, hair of ail kinds fi.;i.",:iS2
pounds, and cotton 1 2, 11!!, 7-18
pounds. So far from benefiting
producer or consumer tho tariff on
wool had decreased the consump
tion of Anieric'in wool, reduced
the price paid the American far
mer and deteriorated tiio quality
of tho manufactured article.
In tho light of these census stat
istics the name "woolen goods" is a
misnomer. The greater part of the
goods sold as woolen havo very lit
tle wo..l in them and of tho entire
domestic manufacture of so-called
woolen goods less than half the
material used is wool. According
to Supt.. Porter tho amount of raw
materials used in the manufacture
of "woolen (goods" for the census
year 18!)0 was 200,72S,2o:i pounds,
taking tho materials in their con
dition as prepared for manufacture.
Tho materials were classified as
Wool, scoured, lbs 100,210,002
hlioddy, lbs .Jl,Kti2,3!)7
Hair, lbs 11,1(11,050
Cotton, lbs .'17,1.58,712
Here wo havo 100,210,001 pounds
of wool and 100,482, 159 pounds of
shoddy, hair and cotton as the
materials for one year's domestic
manufacture of what is claimed to
bo "woolen" go ids. These figures
speak for themselves. The effect
of the wool and woolens bill passed
by tho Democratic house and pig-con-hole
in tho Itepubllcan senato
would bo to increase tho propor
tion of wool and decrease that of
shoddy, hair and cotton in Ameri
can nianufacturcd woolen goods.
Man may content hiinscir with
the applause of the world and the
homage paid to Ids Intellect, but
woman's hear? jiiiq jjoljor jdojs,
Grains ol Gold.
To deliberate about useful things
is the safest delay.
The fountain of tho only beauty
that lasts is tho heart.
The Hood of grief decreasetb,
when it swell no higher.
IIo conquers twice, who upon
victory overcomes himself
A man without modesty is lost
to all sense of honor and virtue.
Clmnco opportunities make us
known to others, and still nioro to
To be content with what wo pos
sess is thegroatest and most secure
Cheerfulness is an excellent
working quality, imparting great
elasticity to tho character.
Loving kindness is greater than
laws; and tho charities of life aro
more than all ceremonies.
Money that is given to attract
applause from men is nover enter
ed upon the books in heaven.
The world was tnado boforosonie
people, but to hear them talk you
would never know it.
There are peoplo who pray for
showers of blessing who want them
to come without any clouds.
Ono reason why men see thlngi
so differently is because no two
can stand in the same place to look.
It is a Portuguese saying that
those who always want to be con
sidered right aro as u rule in the
The cheerful live longest in years,
and afterwards in our regards.
Cheerfulness is the offshoot of good
ness. Tito Eift'ol Tower of Toilet
1G771 bottles of BLUSH OF
HOSES sold in 1 &!)(). You know I
could not have sold so much if
BLUSH OF HOSES was not as
represented, a sure cure for pim
ples, freckles and blackheads. In
1S!)2 1 predict it will be sold by
all druggists, and used by every
lady and gentleman in tho United
Slates. Miller it Cae will supply
you at "o cents a bottle.
A man is known by the company
he keeps, except when the com
pany lie keeps is a young lady
whom he desires to marry. Then
be takes mighty good care tlia't ho
is not known by tho company he
Jersey cows and Poland China
Hogs. Call on or write to
F. S. CASK,
ARE YOU A WOMAN
has not si:i:x a copy, or
HEW HOME MAGAZINE
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A. Scrap of Pap or Saves tier
It was just an ordinary scrap of
wrapping paper, but it saved her.
She was in the last stage, of con
sumption. tnli4 by physicians thai
she was incurable and could live
only 11 short time; she w.-ighed len
tlian seventy pounds. On a ploci
of wrapping paper she read of Dr.
King's New Discovery, and got a
santplo bottle; it helped her, she
bought a large bottle, it help her
more, bought another and grew
better fast, continued it3 use ami Is
now strong, healthy, ro'y, plump,
weighing 110 pounds. For toiler
particulars send stamp to V. II.
Cole, Druggist, Fort .Smith. Trial
Dottles of this wonderful Discovery
Free tit V. Haiuuxutonh Drug
store. THE MUCH DESIRED
LONG WAIST and PERFECT HIP
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Tlic7 imvo lluulilB Scnrn., whlcli will nut
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C'nin imitT) Wanted. AVJ or Citalny)is.
BURTREE MFG. CO., Jackson, Mich.
Bucklon.s .Ari.iica Siilvt
Tho best siuv'o lii tho world foi
Cuta, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Sail
Rheum, Fovor Sores, Totter, Chiip.
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nil alia eruptions, nnd positively
euros pUo?r or no pay required. It
in tfuttr.intoed to give porfout satis.
faction, or money refunded. Price
25 oonts per bo-v. For aalo by I"
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VvrnMiniiii 1 Lii i to ilihy i ir s-t ti om o, II.
tuUctlU v:o., iJox tioO, I'uriluutl, Muluc.
Geo. I-Ieine, Xi'op.
Store In Qimblo Dhjclr. All kinds
of seaiionahlo frenh moats and
poultry of the best quality always
on hand. Honest dealing e;l'mi"i
teed, and prices nstiHonnblo. Give
mu n trial.
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Croup, whooping cough, nnd
bronchitis immediately rellovod
by Shiloh's Curo. Vor sale by Iril
lor A Case.
That hacking cough can bo quick
ly cured by Shiloh's Cure. Wo gu
arantee It. Tor salo by Miller &
Sleepless nlghtsmiido miserable
by that terrible couglr Shiloh's
Curo Is the remedy for you. For
salo by Miller & Case.
Will you suffer with dyspepsia
and liver complaint V Shlldlt's VI
tallzer Is guaranteed to euro you.,
For snlo by Miller it Case.
A nasal Injector freo with each
bottle of Shiloh's Catarrh IU-inedy.
Price CO cents. Sold by Miller &
Shiloh's Vltallzer is what you
need for constipation, loss of appe
tite, dizziness and all symptoms of
dyspepsia. Prion 10 and 75 cents
per bottlo. For salo by Miller it
JOHN E. Ra
Always to tbe Front.
The old Reliable Shoe Store
DUUlS 111 S
Tlio very best and latest st j Uv
of Mon's, Ltulles',nnd Children'
Heavy and Strong Knots r.mi
Shoes, for ovory day work ; ulw.
iiifiht, Elegant, Fa.-hinnnUf
for Gents, Ladies, Misses uiid
The Best Assortment
Of any store in Logan. 'J"r..
clieapebt prices and tin niuat
llootu, Slinpstunl Sllijwv prom pi
The best shoemakers of Lognii
aro employed, and work iiitulo tn
order. The public has my tliauUti
for liberal custom, and aro invited
to coiitiiuio. their patronage.
Unii JOHN E. ItAUCII.
17(1 acres tif hind in Washington
Twp. flocking Co., O, one niile
from Ewing. (ootl boiise, burn
anil out buildings, orohtirtl, well
watt'ied, itutl in good repair. Terms
easy. This is an excellent stock
80 acres of bind in Benton town,
shiponiJig Pine Creek, one-half
from piM-ofllcc, store, blacksmith
shop. Good hoii'ii', barn and out
liuiltlings. All under cultivation
7" acres bottom land. Price, $10(1(1.
One-third ca.-h, balanco in ptij
nieiitsj. Ileal Estsito Agts.,
m m v
F"r Information nnd f rco Ilnndbook wrlto to
niilust bureau for tccurln patents 111 America.
Kvory intent taken outliyus is broimbt bef oro
tho public) by a notlco riven freo of cburco lu tlio
filling a UU.. ilil UIIOADKWY, HP1V VOIIK.
I.arcost clronlatlnn of any sclcntlflo paper In tbo
world, Sri)ondldl7 llluetroted. No intolllpent
man ohould bo without It. Weekly. SIS. (ill a
J "in n.:j six monttia. Adarosa .uuri & uu.,
1 uulisukks, CGI Broadway, Now York.
RrnailicnuM. cir Sio V.Iuuor liable. Posi
lltcly Cun-U l.y iidii:liillci-li.-C i)r.
E3al(iCH' U".,tcicn fjH'Plll-.
. It lsmcDufattaroclad apcvrur.wlilah cin toclvtir
Tn n rlu ia of bser, n eup of coUco ot tea, or In looil
'V.thoue tLu koontladiin of i&c putiu'it. Ii u abtolutclj
liirmloss. nnd vnl o.To.-t a imrnanant and onccdv
cuio.wtimliei mo patio.it u a niuaurdia drinker ox
an alooliolia wreck. It hue bcim Riven in thousands
or caFtm, and In evory luituco a pttrtcct euro has lot.
Jowed 11.11. crl'titl. ThOByotcn oncolmprcirnot.
fil Willi tho Bpcolnc.it becomes uunlturinipoitlbillln
for iho liquor appotlta to exut. Oureo Bumaatecd.
4a prtRo iiook of paitloulara fme. Addreca
CULUt:(UIJt:uU'iOC(i.,lb5 Unco (L.t l,i tlunaU.3
This U what you ouht to liiiv
in fact, you must have it, to lull
enjoy life. Thousands are iieareli
iiif; for it daily, and mourniii;',
beeanpo they find U not. Thou
santhi upon tlioiisautls nfdnllai m up
spent annually by our teoilc ii
the hope that they may nttain till.
boon. A'n'd yet It may Ik had b,
all. Wo Kiitiranteo tlwt Cleelrli
IJltters, if imed aeconlinic to dlroet
loiia and tho 1150 persisted In, will
brlnir you Good Digestion and nusi
tho iloiiioii Dyspepsia and IiiMiiI'
Instead lOupepsy. We rccoiiinii'iiil
Klcctrle Ditters for riyspepsl 1 nun
nil dinvasea of Liver, .Stomach nun
Kidneys. Mo hi nt f.lle. niul f,l &
ner hot Ho py F. IIakhi. r. ;,
Hanson & Smith
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W2KvV(iV TRAUE (llARkO,
Itil ..tlSir1 DESICN PATENTS
'Vytf ' COHVRICHTS, eto.
Titn'i'iiuouanu.vu iitJJK iiktwkkn
riir, ninuc'T link to
Detroit, Jaelcson, JLtinsing,
CHICAGO, ST. PAUL,
1!M I'M AM
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" II 00 10 SO 5 50 I .17
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Ar I'M AM I'M I'M
Toledo . .
f Dally except .Sunday.
Tlirntifjli I'lillninn l'a1ncc.Slcepliii;Ciin on
nlulil trains to Clilrntrn,
The only line riiniiliiK parlor ears between
Toledo, Coluinlius, anil Ohio Hlver Sent
fine only Ili-i'iit'.
Itates via tho Uuekeye Hnuto are nlwiiys an
low as via any other line.
Kor rales, maps, nnd oilier Information,
willoW. II. Whlicr, fieneral l'mweiilti'r nnil
Tlelce) Ai'eiit, l!ooiii:il,l)e.shler lilnclc, Col
Cohmibus to "Xen York
Via W'lishlnclon, Iialtliiinreanil Philadelphia
Vevtlliuliil rriini Iiii-'kiiup carlo Pullman
sleeper, heated hy sluiin limn theensluu
Tiro Hoi id Trains to J'lttsbnn,
Via Newailt..anesvllleand Wheeling wltlj
l'ullinnn sli'eporand pnrlor cari.
Ml. Vernon, Miinsllcld; f-aiuluslty niul th
Lake lloi! Ion.
SiilldTr.ilnn with I'ullmnn cars to
tonnectliiK for Louisville, SI. Louis mid nil
points I Smith and West.
Tilne of Ti'uiiiH at Columbus.
Pitts.' 'Wash., Hallo, nnd
Chle. l-:. . cll:20.-uii c2;50nm
M'... 1. I, ..It., tit. II.. -V- r
t, iinu, i.iillll. J llllfl. ..
Y. and Chle. Kx
Pllts. Wash. Ilnlto. X.
Y. and Chle. T.x
San. and Chle. K
.nn. and Cainli. Accn
Cln. nnd St. Louis Kx
Mull nnd ICxpress
Clu. mid St.Liuils V.x
Clu. and Ilhini'h. Accn'
10:50 n in I'l :25pm
J(l:50pm 8:35 uin
1 Sli cplnn ear, c ehnlr ear nttnehed, dully.
Pullman Service To Clilcano. 7,20 nm, 11.33
and 0 50 pin; to Wnshlnrlon. Ilaltlniore, Phil
adelphia and New Vorlt,.50pni, 11.35 nm: to
1'lttslmiB, 11.2011111, 11.35 pm.
Itates always as low as hy miv other line,
and no i:x-i iia i'aui: lor fast time on limited
xesilhulcil trains AsU lor tickets la tho II.
.VO.H. It. O. P. McCAUTY,
Assl. don. Pnss. At;t Clneinnatl, O.
.I.T.Ddell, Cion. ManiiKcr, I iii,, A,,
CIiiihO. Scull, O. P. AkI. t 1!""lorc' Ml'-
The lluv. Oeo. . Thayer, of Bour
bon, Ind., says; "Both myself and
my wife owe our lives to Shiloh's
Consumption Cure." Mold. by Miller
Why will you cough when Shi
loh's Curo will give immediate re
lief. Price 10 ets., 50 cents, and $1.
gold by Miller & Case.
Catarrh cured, health and sweet
breath secured, by Shiloh's Catarrh
Ileniedy. Price fit) cents. Nasal
Injector free. For sale by Miller
For dyspepsia and liver com
plaint you havo a printed Kuaranteo
on ovory bottlo of Shiloh.'s Vitali
.er. It never fails to cure. Sold
by Miller & Case.
Shiloh's Counh and Consumpiont
Cure is sold by us on a guarantee.
It cures Consumption. For salo
by Miller & Case.
"JTaekmutack," a lasting and
fragrant perfume. Price 20, and
50 ets. Sold by Miller & Case.
For lumo back, side, or chest, uso
Shiloh's Porous Plaster. Price 2o
cents. For sale hy Miller & Case,
Shiloh's Curo will immediately
relieve croup, whooping cough and
bronchitis. Sold by Miller & Case.
The best niako of Buggies for
sale by Chas, Becker at most rea
.. 'ii i. 1 -i y
014 PIECES OFMUSIC.
lo any one Rendlnff 10 cents, the Waverlby
Maoa ink will be scut for lour weeks as n trial
tuUtrlptlim. Tlio regular price is lour c"olI.uj
per year. Each iuiiecontaius from ten toliftecn
complete stories, comments on current t vrnts,
purilcs, Jolies, hints for the household, nnd the
best of mur.lc lust the thins for Iongiiiicr
evenings, THINK what you ret in four,copieI
GdtiaKes 2 oO columns nt reading rhuter
300, OQO words ccniprlslnc over BOeoni
plcie stories, and vocal and Insituraental music,
the laitrr is worth at least fifty cenlv) end all
lor only Ten C .ins t Ol course you tudctitand
thi . oflt r 1 1 mule to cec you to xivc the paprr a
rial, knowing lull well that you nttllccdine
Address WAVERUY HAOAZIrif , lios m,
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