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Office 121) Mnin Slretl.
Friday Moriilnir, Hrpt. 24, 1880.
Republican National Ticket.
Election Tuesday. November 2. 1880.
. For President.
OliX. JAMK8 A. 1AIJI11;M)
ClIKSTIJH A. AKTHUIt,
OF NEW YORK.
Republican State Ticket.
Election Tuesday. October 12, 1850.
For Hecretnry or State,
CHAItl.KS TOWNHKNO, of Athen.
Jiulce nf Supreme Court,
(IKO. W. McllA'AINE, of Tuscnrnwiu,
Clerk of Supreme Court,
WIGHT CItdWKI.r., of Ashtnbula.
Member ltoaril I'ubllc Works,
HTKI'IIKN It. II OS. Mi: It, of Uusklngum.
DANIKI. K. DeWOI.P, of Summit.
Republican District Ticket.
EZUA n. TAYLOH, of Trumbull.
SAMI EL It. HOUSE, of Lake.
Fur Common Pleas Jtiile,
II. B. WOODIIl'IiY. of Ashtabula.
Republican County Ticket.
A. W. HTIl.KS.
F.I.F.KY II. (ill.KKV.
II. A. WAI.UNU.
For lnflrmriry Illreetor,
Tin; Hot Spri nga Trltyraph, Soulhern
recently displayed the naino of General.
Hancock under the rebel Hag.
Fraud does not set well on Democratic
stomachs, and it is on this account that we
hear so much about the frauds of Maine.
11 member the principles tlmt Lee and
SUmcwull Jackson fought for and go in
blue jackets. Kcmemlicr that "Ihe war has
nctllcd nothing." Remember further, "Hint
all war measures nre to bo wiped out."
Chicago, on the lHlh. inst. witnessed
n feat in trotting a head of nnytliing yet
seen upon the truck. Maud S. gave the
fine exhibition of speed and endurance of
making hermile In 2,ll))f without a skip.
. The decline in stocks and government
Iannis, the day after the main election,
when thu Demos, wore firing guns over a
supposed triumph, is evidence that the
party is not powerless even in lis oflichd
destitution nnd poverty for evil.
That story of the necessity of a change
id' administration no frequently lieard.has
lost its accompaniment of "hard times."
The necessities of a change, therefore,
and the pulling (lie government into the
hands of its enemies bus lost Its force.
There is this dill'erence betweeu North
ern nuhinissiouisls nnd Southern coufed
erales while one floats tho stare and
stripes, 1 1 ict other, thu slurs and bars, hut
they IhiIIi alike vote for Hancock, a Solid
Soul li ami secession! How's that for Fu
Campaign documents are abundant ami
only nominal in price. Hepulilicnii coin
mlllees may get their supplies from the
Republican Congressional Committee
11117 F. street, northwest, Washington.'
F.dwnrd M'J'hcrsou, Secretary. Lists may
be had at this olllce.
Another new subscriber recites about
the same slory of conversation with the
Hun man, in leaving him, us that so vc
lienieiilly denied in the last Newt, told
from Ihe lips or John (!. Andrews, Esq. of
Denmark. Mr. Andrews Is not tho man
to make baseless assertions any more than
ho Is the man to patronize hypocritical
and Iwadling papers.
The three great events of American his
tory at this time are Kmniiclpatlon, the
conquuring of the Rebellion and resump
tion and settlement of the finances. To the
Republican parly is due tho credit of each
and all of these. Thuy stand out in bold
relief, uueqiiuled by any other eventof his
tory. Stand by the parly then, vote with
it, and with It aund up Ihe shout ol victory
anil triumph in November.
A fellow with tho lungs of forty bull
I'orgs, entertained the Democracy of the
whole village, from Ihe steps of the Fisk
House, ou Friday last. Talk uhout old
llillallen'a voice it was no more to that
of Mr. O Sulllvan, of Hock Creek, than
the gentlest morning zephyr is to a re
sistless tornado. It was in such a lung
current as this Unit tl, election or Han
cock was predietid-reverheratlng from
one end of Main street to the other.
That Greenback victory of Maine, while
It lasted, had a powerful effect upon our
Bourbon friends. The step of our friend
Doctor Fricker a representative Demo,
crat was evidently quickened and morV
elastic, his head more creel, his eye wore
an additional lustre and twinkle, and his
whole countenance was moro beaming
and radiant. How cruel then, toward tho
thu close of tho week, to obtrude tho
q ucMtiuu "Have you heard from Maine "
ASHTABULA. Sept. 20th. 1880.
F. A. I'kttiiionk, Ksq., Ashtabula, Ohio.
Dear Sir: It is the, defiire of tho tin-
rientiiriH'ri, nnd ninny mnraot your friends,
that you address the Ktpulilicftus of this
Miouln vou Recent, nlcnse mime the
place and the evening tlmt will best suit
your convenience tlmt duo announcement
may be matte. Itespectlully yours,
At. I, hick,
A. C. Townk,
J. F. Skxton,
Jamkh Hkko, Jr.
F. M. I'lKIIl'K,
V. T. Wkiiii,
,1. A. ItlHIKIlH,
M. II. Hark km,
K. II. Oll.KKY.
ASHTABULA, Sept. 21st. 1880.
To M. O. Dick, A. C. Townk, J. F. Hkx
ton, anil others.
(Jrntlrmen: 1 have the honor to ac
knowledge the receipt of vour letter of
the 2llth Inst., asking me to address the
Helmliltcnns ot Ashtabula and vicimtv.
and tlesiring mc to nunie time and place.
in reply thereto, l return you my
thanks for yonr kind Invitation, and as 1
am willing to do what I rau in my feeble
way I will comply with your request,
and would suggest Haskell's Hall as the
place, anil Wednesday evening Sept. 2!'th,
as the time. I have the honor to remain,
Very resp't yours,
F. A. PETTIBONE.
That shameless treatment of tho torch'
light companies, who visited our village
recently as the guests of a portion of our
citizens, in pelting them with stones and
foul missils calls for discountenance and
condensation. The transaction was a
violation of the peace. Our citizens have
not, we trust, any ambition to put them
selves upon a level with the bull dozing
South, and yet these things have a strong
tendency towards such result. The per
sons or party that encourage such out
rages are endeavoring to establish a sys
tem of menace and intimidation, as an
element of conducting political cam
paigns, to be followed by a denial of the
right of private opinion and action and
the arraying of party against party. We
arc not prepared to believe that there is
a party among us willing deliberately to
contribute to such a stnto of things in
this community. We are not willing to
believe that we havo a party among us
that is willing to encourage its camp-followers
to skulk in the dark and nround
comers, to carry on Hint species of out
rage and violence which was visited upon
those pcacable anil unoffending coinpan
ies on tho two occasions of their recent
visits to our village. Whether we arc
right in this opinion or not, it is not prob
able that the Republicans of this county
will tamely submit to have their action
regulated by this kind of spirit. They
propose, when Invited again, to come and
make us n visit and to come prepared, and
if molested and maltreated to let the ng
grcssors share the consequences on the
spot. No Republican, perhaps, desires to
contribute to this state of things, hut those
who were thus abused arc men, and have
rights thai they will not surrender, and
if they arc left to their own defense will
vindicate those rights, in which they will
have the countenance and support of those
whose guests they may be.
The following nursery ditty was Indict
ed for the edification of tho friends of n
Solid South, and such representative men
as arc its quiet sponsors:
Hlng a noiif? of shot Rtiua,
1'oeket full or knifes,
Koiir-iiml-twenty irnlon men
Fleeing; for their lives ;
Whi-u the polls aruopen
Htiut tlie l,oyal mouth.
Isn't that a bully way
To make a Mollil Houtll T
Fat olil IJavlil Davla
MnklllK speeches ollftll'y 1
Kilting rebel tally.
Knullsh lu a quii mlary,
flow to save bla dollars,
Atonic comes a Hollil South
Ami Ills llicm all with collars
Hancock as a candidate for the i'resi
doncy and representative of his parly, is
unable to inspire a tephyr of popular fa
vor or enthusiasm. As a politician and
standard bearer he is about as serviceable
to tho party as John Randolph's dead mack
erel. He is negatively, however, a match
for Knglish, his companion piece upon
the ticket. The mennness of the scheme
for which he gave his name a plot to bribe
tho people ot Kansas to the adoption of
a slavo constitution puts him in about
the same category. In the field of politics
they are about as potent as "tho babes ill
The speech of President Hinsdale on
Saturday evening last at Haskell's Hull
was a very worthy contribution to thu lit.
crnturo of tho campaign. It was sound
and firmly constructed, well bulaueed,with
something, perhaps of tho exactness and
formality of the professor. Its positions
were wull tuken ami manfully fortified
The picture of Democracy was left with
out attractiveness, without tact or toler
able shrewdness, and without tho slum
and superscription of statesmanship. Il
was effective and well-received, and that
la about all that need to bo said of any
A tariff for revenue only is the com
plexion to which tho soldior-stntesman-Gen.
Hancock comes at length. This,
we believe, is the first feature of states
manship announced by the General or his
friends. A slight difference of opinion
may ariso between him anil the friends of
home industry. This position is not the
position of the South exactly fur with
them free, trade is the sentiment there,
and a tariff for revenue is a position
about which there is room for accommo
dation differences are not suluciently de-
lmed ami may be easily sloughed over and
merged into almost any complexion.
Thus it is put to mildly.
Some of our Dciuouratio eoutellllinrarien
claim that the Southern States furnished
over a quarter of a million of soldiers to the
Union army. That is true. Hut did you ev
er hear of Southern Democrats ulocting one
ot these soldiers to Congress or to any oth
er olllee? Not much. Thev have had a
rough time of it ever since the war. Tho
election of Hancock and a Democratic Con-
gross means the expulsion of nmey of these
Mien irom uieir nonius, union solulur or
Ohio, remember this when you goto the
The St. Louis JiepuMiean, like many of
lis condjurors, is canvassing for Hancock
by asserting that converts from the Re.
publicans aro steadily going over to Hall,
cock, aud counting tho surviving uiuiu'
bers of tiio (lidding fnmily among them.
This is denied by J. A. Qiddings who says
two surviving sons lxdlevu It to be dan
gerous to place tho government In the
hands of the Solid South, and regard it
as an imputation upon the memory of
their father to douht that be would do the
same were he living.
The news from Maine is so vague, un
certain and unsatisfactory, that our Clove-
land exchanges have suspended reports
and rofer us to the official count when tho
Legislature meets in January. To this
complexion we are brought at length.
The Solid South was cemented by the
blood of another victim, on Saturday
night, at ( ovlnglon, Ky. A colored man
who had the the temerity to shojit for
Garfield, paid his life as the forfeit. Had
soino one of our mounted torch bearers
been knocked out of his saddle by any
one of the stones hurled at them the other
evening, it would have only shown that
the same spirit was rife on both sides of
the Ohio, except that tho exhibition was
moro skulkingly shown by our Southern
The Republican Text Book' for the Cam-
pngn of 1H80 a full history of Gen. James
A. Uarflchl's public Life, with other polit,
ical information by 1). A. Kinsdale, A.M
President of Hiram College, is nt hnnd.
This is a valuable and timely volume for
campaign use a Just and relinble hand
book by the friend and successor of Gen.
Garfield in Hiram college its a full ami
authentic compendium of nnilters, that
every Republican ought to give heed to.
Relieving that its circulation in the pend.
Ing campaign will do great good In dis-
semannting authentic nnd important infor
mation, it is heartily contended to our rend
crs and tho public 200 pages, price 60
cents to be had of Cobb, Andrews & Co
Ed. Tel: Your correspondent loft
Richmond upon tho 17th, by team, and
since that time has been wandering in
tho vicinity of oildom. Passing through
Linesviilo we noticed that the new college,
lately completed, is now occupied with a
scholarship numbering over 100 students,
from that and the adjoining country.
Reaching Mcadville, wo halted for re
freshments, and wero informed that the
now railroad from that place to Linesviilo,
would persue the old canal bed, and was
being rapidly pushed forward with the in
tent of an early completion. We heard
nothing of a political nature, but saw the
old stars and strqics waving nvor the pub
lic highway, while above hung Ihe portrait
of our noble statesmen, Garlield and Ar
thur, which reminded me of tho glorious
future of our country should we be so for
tunate as to elect them in JNovember next,
The crops are v,.rv poor in ail this sec
tion oi country. Lorn, pntatoeR und
buckwheat are nearly an entire failure:
wheal is nearly an average crop, and fruit
ol nearly every variety is plenty, although
somewhat injured by tho drought, which
is more severely felt than in Ohio,
This entire country is now infested by a
band of lawless thievus who are committing
itepiruations, nut as yet they have evaded
the police and law, notwithstanding evory
means is resorted loo to bring them to
To-morrow we expect to atlund the Ti
lusvillu fair which we will refur to in the
A PIONEER DEAD.
17, I mho. A MTu almost (io-tMini',1 Loilmtuf our
A liwvil ftnuir I. urn A nr-ll t(t IHTti tl.,l
imtlmi lio halt been u ItvliiK wltiK'MM of lu
niHiory mmi ilh iniunry io me prou'iii time.
Hits n ui no WHMiiiion the flm cenmiiH llHt.whfii
wn iMiiiiiinrttti'tl vtm than four inilltotiH of
lliminlUiniM, no I m Boeu HliiLe lift or HttitU
iinmiuiui into mo union. Ho iuh xvUmvil
ii I'ruKldi-ntiul election lu thu United Hi at en
with no oontimt butwutm doIILIcrI riirtiM.
Ho iarUelpHtetl lit tho war of 1H1S iiKiilnHt
Jn uL Jtrltuln. Ohio whh but HPveiitet-u yearn
a Shite of tho lTnlon, and contemllnx lorrei
nnu ueen uui u nuiu vvniie wilhurttwii When
he li lt IiIh nutlvu plaee In ronneetleut uml
with knupHack upon his hnrk, intule the en
tire Journey on foot to thU Htute, In whteh
ho him ren.Iileil for more than sixty your a.
Hero ho hutt uvun ihe native foreHtHKniifually
yield to tho wootlinan'H axe. He httn wlt-
noHHea neronn uru or isolation from thu out
Mldu world, the era of nLae-enaeh and eunal
boutH, und tlnally hiiH Heen thu .State which
ne otiee Knew only uh a vuhI wllderiiPRH dol
led with cIIU-h and vUlaifoH. und ulrded In
every direction bv tho the Iron trmtk of rall-
roadH. J1h has ween political parties urine
and fell, and wntt one of tho brave und noble
eleven who ouot the llrut "Free Holl" bullol
in n iiUHinHiieM, anil it whh a cuuhq of uroat
Krutlfleuitui) to hint that he wan permitted
to uve auu wiinnitH tue result ot thoito early
ellorlH, aud Hee thulr fondoHt ho pea realUed.
IIU eiirnoMtuetiH In theuause or human free
don, led him to Never hlx connection with the
Met hod Ut (hureh and help to uritanlxe the
l-lint t'oiiKrcit'ailomtk' Church of Willliinit-
ueju oi wnien ue uu over mnce been u niuiii
Ho wan married Oct. 111th, IMS, to Cynthia
Ann HIinoiiH, who tttlllH liven to mourn tho
Iohh of the companion with whom he Uu
wuiKen iMinu in nund lor bo year n.
Abner Itottu wuh oho of nature's noblent
moiih, true and houent and Just; a uiun who
made few encnilo and many warm frlendn,
iiiid W iiuin Ml r 1 1 nil y will IOI1K P CUBriNlieU III
me muHmoi iiu numerous trie mis und ad
mirers. Upward to thone elilnlng regions,
Kitted for the soil above
Hi' halt left his IrlemU nil weeplnir.
Who for him have known but
iii.akkhlkic in ANhtatnila, Kept, iu, a son to
mr. aim airs. r. w . juuhohioo.
Wiiitr Oii.lkttk At the residence of the
"line im re ii m. rt in man. rseni. l.llli
llev. K. It, Vance, Mr. Thomas I,. White
Develund, to MIhji Al'llu Ulllotto, of kins
Hikvriui In Ashlnbitlu, Hupt. Itf.Mrs. Minnie
oiuvvi uijfttu ui yours.
WiM.iAiM-Iii EuKlevllln.Hept. 18th, Jotham
U 11 UlllS. HiM-il hi venm
The deeeused was one of the pioneers of
iiitviiiK nveu iu AHiiianuia ooun-
ly ver mi years. Thus one utter another the
imi lanu iiiui ks aro umpplnir otT.
Jtlna Noble Work.
Th'" U nit utfoul k-reut works and Wonder
mi inveniioiiH. men m, electricity, water,
ulr. all are made to serve man. hut iiiiminy.
tlonubly the KrcutcHl Inventions ueo those
wine ii prtwervu iiihu s lioulin anil prolong
his life, und among theKreutoMt of these Is Dr.
KIiik's New Discovery for consumption. Its
ell'euts are trulv wonderful an. I iinl.il-..,iu
happy to-day, who onee lookod forward to
an euriy aruve. ror long us, Colds, Mruii
chltts Asthuiu, loss of voice. Hay Fever
HoursoneM, Croup, or any attention whatever
or the Throat, Client or l.utitfs, ir, Kinii's
New Discovery will positively cure. We can
eheei fully recommend it to all, nnd can un
heslbaltiKly say It Is the only sure cure Tor
Throat and Lung Atlet'tleus. Trial bottles
ten etMtts; reuuiursUo II, l'or sale by (Joe
Uuvkleu Arutea KmI,
Th best salve In tho world for oUt RrnU.
es, Huron, IMcers. Halt Hheuui, Kever Hores,
TeiUr. Chaiped Hands, Chilblains, Corns,
and all kinds ol Hit In Krupllonu. This salve
is Kuaruiuoeu io give peiieci satlHluetlon In
vury cane or money reiumtctl. lrloe rts,
per hox. For wile by tie Jt Kogers. 6tt-07
FA KM FOH HALE.
ISO AfHUd OF ClOOU LAND 90
ne res oi iui'o nuiiitr. ooii uesr-buwli, muni
fruit sncl water. Numvntus buililliijiB In good
repulr, Ultuuted lu 1'l.yiuoulti, ii) miles Tioiu
iHiitaituiu, iuiiusoi sit etiDv. inquire or
C. (. Mann,
Uui Kst AshlabuU
CARLISLE & TYLERS.
IN NORTHEASTERN OIIlO,
AT PRICES TO SUIT EVERYBODY.
$5,000 00 worth of t)rcss Goods, including all the Latest novelties.
25 Pieces Cashmeres in Plum. Dregs Wine, Navy Blue, Seal Brown,
Peacock Blue, Myrtle, from 23 cents per yard up.
We can beat them all on Black Cashmeres. Don't buy a yard until
you get our prices.
All-Wool Momie Cloths in Black and Colors.
20 PIECES JALIESTOWN ALPACAS
In Heautiful New Patterns at CARLISLE & TYLER'S.
Brocade and JYovclty Dress Goods
30 Pieces JYew Dark Dress Goods
At 15, 20 and 25 Cents per yard that are worth more money.
Great Bargains in Black and Colored Silks.
Extra Heavy Black Gro Griin Silks for Dohlmaiis.
Colored Dress Silks in nil the New Shades at Attractive Prices.
Iloautiful Muck and Colored Brocade Silks at
You Can Save Money by Buying Black Silk Velvets
At CARLISLE & TYLER'S
27 Inch Black Silk Velvet for Petticoats.
Flannel Dress Goods in Dark Shades, Basket Flannels for Sacks
' NOVELTIES in Black and Colored Satins at CARLISLE & TYLER'S.
200 All Wool Shawls at a Bargain.
100 Dozen Knit Underwear, Very Cheap. Ladies' Merino Vests and Pants from 40 Cents.
Ladies' All-Wool Vests and Pants. Gonts Merino Wrappers and Drawers.
Children's Wrappers and Drawers for all ages.
12 PIECES TABLE DAMASKS, in Bleached Brown and Turkey Rod. Bulow all Competition.
50 DOZEX TOWELS from 10 cents to Three Dollars each.
DALMAIN CLOTHS. CIRCULAR CLOTHS. Waterproofs. Ladies Cloths. Cloaking, nt
CARLISLE & TYLER'S.
" 12 PIECES NOTTINGHAM LACE CURTAINS, from 15 cents to 11.00 per yard.
20 DOZEN UNLAUNDRIED HEMSTITCHED HANDKERCHIEFS, at 25 Cents, worth 40 cents.
Job Lots ot Handkerchiefs at 10, 15, and 20 cents each, worth double tho money.
The Celebrated Jamestown Csssimeres, Cloths and Flarncls.
We keep a H.LL LINE of theso well known goods. Persons wanting to buy First Class Cloths and
I- lutinels, warranted Free of Cotton and Shoddy should examine our stock of Jamestowns. All-wool Sheet
ing i Innnels at CARLISLE & TYLER'S.
20 Dozen Kid Gloves.
Wo Warrant pur Dollar Kids in both Black and Colors. A Full Lino of Genuine Seamless Kids at
CARLISLE & TYLER'S.
Corsets. Corsets. Corsets.
Doctor Warner's Health Corsets. Doctor Warner's Abdominal Corsets
Doctor Warner's Flexible Hip Corset is tho Best Corset in the Market for One Dollar.
Nursing Corsets. Duplex Corsets. Madame Foy's Corsets at CARLISLE & TYLER'S.
500 Pounds Knitting: Yarns.
Gei mantowii Yarns, Saxony Yarns, Zephyrs. All kinds of Working Canvass at
CARLISLE & TYLER'S.
ITT- 1 n " 1 1 rn n l n t- m
wb maKeauDGCMT oiMcyiioofls&i
Keeiiini! our stock cmiHt&ntlv
oiored, Jioadoa 1 ringes; Headed Giniits, PaHsumcnturies, OrnauimitH, Novelties in Drens Buttons. Fancy
Kibboni. Lace Ties, Loe Scarfs, Lace Tidies, Shopping Bags, Beaded dollars, Pocket Books, Antique Lace
We Still Maintain Our Reputation as Being Headquarters
1000 Yards Floor Oil Cloths
At wholesale prices. Oil Cloth Rugs, Door Mats at CARLISLE & TYLER'S.
New Dark Prints Five cents, Best Prints Seven Cents.
3000 Yards Carpeting
At Manufacturers Prioea to Reduce Stock at'
Carlisle S T3r loir's.
WE HAVE NOW OX EXHIHITIOX THE LARGEST STOCK OF
CARLISLE & TYLER'S
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exi'iitlnir Hip Innitg hprptiiforp moIiJ Ut Ktnory
I. lire, nnd 1 lli lml nerpe nf Inn, I known an the
Spovllte. piintiilnthir Hliout K4 hptpb of IiiihI
tlmt It In neppMiiry to sell the whole of mi. l il
Innila lo pay thp iIi IUh ot mil, I ill , rilsn t. that
until Harah H. Hcovllle anil ,il,l trimteea of
" v ' pipo nnve moriK'KPH upon
until property ; Hint II In fur Hip lien! Interim
...... u ...... , ,,,- ii,ii,iih 1 1 en a 11 lion
eulil prvmlHi'i Hint the mime hp mild at priv
ate mile, In pnri pln of not Ipmi thnn nnp ncrp
anil upon ilpferrpil pnyinenta not exoepiltmr
twoyeiirn, with liiterpnt. The prayer of mild.
pi orlty of Hielr lipnn. Hint tho amount and
pr orltlPB thereof may bo detpi milled, and
wild premises ordered npprnlKpil. and mild at
private Bale, In pnreelB and upon deferred
pnymenu an nforemild, and the proeeeiU im
plied in pnymentof Hip poata of ailmln Intnl.
Hon, debta, llena and legnclea, acoordliii to
r.i...i , , ,,i, i, ii are renuirpu to answer
said petition on or before the third Hnturdiiv
after Hip -illlh ilev of rw..ni.ur a i. iuu,. '
ll-J-IIT 11 . . . ii'. '. '.
. , i'hilutilla Hoilcltora.
Dated, Hcpt. 1(1, 18B0.
AT W. ItEDIlBAD'S 8TOHK.
Von will alwsyi 11 nil a full supply ofcholoe family
Groceries k Provisions
U'l.l.k -III I i. .....
i i ii " "'""'ur -". low as at any
' . , nun examine tny uooda
and Prices before purchasltiir elsewhere Mv
m.ll .im.l.l. Ir. --. . u n. .
........ wUHDa.. ,u iwnui oilers, leas, uonuua.
8IMCKH, CANNED FRUITS.
FHESH FRUITS, Ac, also
FLOUR, CORN MBAL,
OATS AND CORN,
and various other articles too nnmerons to men
tion. Also auMit for the celebrated Buffalo
Cream Ales & Porter
At his old stand, corner of Main and Centre St.
r FOSITIVEtT CUBED M V
We Mean Cured, Not Merely ReUoYad
And Can Pro What tw Claim.
tolnlmrnu. jr jo. ,r, tronTleaWitS
qnlrkly fai-ft. ai baodrriU have aai
sheet of leallmonUUa to uuy laimlit.
CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS
Aiaooure all formaof Biliousness, preyentConatl.
nation ana Dyspepsia, promota Digestion, Mien
distress trom too hearty eatlns, eorraet Dlaordtn
of the Stomach, Stlmnlatetha LlTer.aod BtriUU
the Bowels. They do all this by taking Just on
UtUe ptUat a doaa. They are purely Tegetabla, do
not gripe or purge, and aro as nearly perfect as tt
lapoaalbleforapllltobe. Prlee2SceoU,S forL
Bold bydiiffglstaererywhereoraent by mall
CARTER MEDICINE CO., NEW YORK.
40 CONSTITUTION WATER
THREB TIITIBa) A DAY,
CITRR8 BRKHIT'S DIHKAHB. INPLAMATION
OF THE KIDNKYH, STONE IN THE BLADDKlt.
CATAltltll OF THE BLADDER. OT.KKT, DIAHfi!
FOB FkHAI.1 COMPLaiMTS A SPBCIALTT.
For sals by all Drniriftnts. Send for Clrculsr.
mOUUANoc AI.kN, tobn Ht.,N-Y.
16W1 uow an
50 Yearn Before the Public.
Pronounced by U to b th most Plsaiamt
nd Emoicioui re mod y now in ate, for th
CURI Ol COUGH, COLDI. CBOUT, BOABIENCt,
tickling eon nation, of the throat, whooping
cough, etc. Ovss a million bottum sold with
ih THi LAvr raw tsar. It give relief wherever
Ded, and ha a the power to impart benefit, that
oanoot be had from toe coajfh mlxiaree now In
una. Hold by all DruggitU at AS cent per bottle.
SELLERS' LIVKll PILLS are ilu highly rec
ommended tor curing Liver Complaint, consti
pation, Sick-headache, Fever and Ague, and all
dUeasea of the Stomach and Liver. Bold by all
DraffglBta at 21 cent per box, 63-M
R. E. Sclera k Co., nttbnryh, Pa.
BUY A KOulE IX MSCKiGAN.
5 TO HO PER ACRE I
thrmmsh Ceaiev HmUUi
tlloBAta. ftratMl mm ChwrehMM, la.
HIOHSST RKWARD TO FARMERS
Thfne Inixti re a lonx distance Km of the
!uiHH)wtiiii niver. i m tkb amount saved lu
hi irausitoniitiuii oicimis. Ltatcrlp-
lUtuiDtlaslouer, lirautl lUpida, Mlt-tilvsn.