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O B.GOULI), Editor. f t - TIRilS, TWO D0LLAU3 A YEAK 1H ADVANCE Rates of Advertising. )nePqnnro 1 week, tl m 1-4 Column months IS 00 15 Oil an (in as no 7 mi is l to (Kl 811 Kl 40 00 1! (Ml St) 00 83 110 4"i (Kl (it) (HI 75 00 do .1 Mi do . n 8 s en I do 4 " 9 ISO do 1-1 Smooths " 1 a Column 1 do do do do do do Two t-'qra. ro do do TT(k month 8 " 6 ii do 6 " 7 Bl do H " 19i0 do 1 wok 1 751 do 1 mouth toil Column week month 8 " .8 (Ml do 6 " ' IS IK) do 14 " 18 It' do do 1 4 Column 1 week ft (K do bo 1 montn i uu no Ppectnl Notice after Mnrrlncs and Deaths an addt lonal of one-hnlf the above rates. Bulnew Card flvo linen or In", 15 00 pet jeari over five lines, at the iwial nito o advertising. Takino tiik Cknsus Tho legibility of taking the. nextccnsius in ojie day throughout thoJJtiited Sfutes, was suggested sometime biocu. A few days ago the atteutioa of Con gress was called to the matter by a tnemoriul presented it) the Ilonse of Representatives, signed by forty-three of the principal officers of the life insurance compauies of the Uni ted States. Ililherio months have been con sumed in taking the census, and when finish ed after so groat dtflay and published, the correctness of much of it was still question able. Tho proposition now is to finish the jb in n single day, und as a material aid, in fact n U'icesjity to the accomplishment of the task within that time, and as a moans of obtaining greater accuracy, it is eujigested in the iiiKtiiQriul that blank schedules be furuitihcd to house holders and others prior to the time fned npoTi, to be by them care fully tilh'd tip. This system it is said litis been successfully practiced in liuropo, and if so, we cuu iiatigitia no reason why it cannot be acted upon in this country with equal suc cess and satisfaction. Yice-I'rf.sidknt Coi.fax has, at the request of friends of Father Mc.Mahan, formerly of Indiana, asked the friendly interposition of the Government in his favor, with a view of obtaining his release, if possible, from im prisonment at Torouto. He was convicted of participation in the Feuian invasion of Cuuada, but it is insisted that he was present only in his ministerial capacity, to adminis ter the right of the Catholic Church if need ed. Mr. Colfax's request was transmitted by the Secretary of State to the British Min ister, who has forwarded it to his Govern ment. Indiana Democrats ore not satisfied with their 'appeal to the people," uud now re fuse to organize the Legislature, unless the Republicans pledge themselves not to take up tho XVtb Amvndmeut. They lira iu u fair ivuy to have more popular verdicts thau they bargained for. The Ssiiclde of Tvilclit.-ll. Philtidelii h a. Aim 8 1 w.tcheM was left in his cell at 2 o'clock by the Rev. Mr. Bringhurst in company with two Catholic ni'iests. who had been on u visit to Katon's ell. The keepers removed everything from Twitchell's cell except a tin cup, at which Twitchell smiled uud made a jocular remark. At. :'.!() the waKdiman found Twitchell ap parently iu d:ep sleep lie shook hitu uud lonnd that life aiis extinct, A hasty exami nation by the officers of the prison led to the conclusion that he had eoiiiuiilteil suicitle by poison conveyed to him by Irs friends. He had for- thu previous 2i hours evinced overwhelming (error of hi:t fate, and his con duct before being left ulone iipoareutly con firms the impression of suicide, thou1! this can ouly be ascertained by tin official investi gation. The JU'i.l.KTix says: The murderer bus added to his crime of assassination und falsehood the crime of suicxlo to which he Jims been undoubtedly driven by uucoutroll uble terror which the failure of the last ut tempts to save him had produced. His mis eruble end will awukeii u sensation of pit v. even with those who most firmly believe in Lis guilt, uud in thn justice of his condem nation, lie has died uud made no siiru to convince any oue of the truth ol his so-cull cd confession, aud there is but one being alive who call unveil the whole mystery of tho dreadlul deed whicli lias sent Geo. . Twitchell, Jr., to a suicide's uud a felon's irrave. It appears that during yesterday Twitchell was ullowed to visit baton in hi cell. I'ur in"-the interview Twitclicll rem iked to Eeu- toe that they would lint bo liunff together. This led to a suspicion ol suicide being con teinplatod. und 'I witehcH's cell was searched, and I'verytLing removed in the shape of extra furniture uud convenience V hen found he was lying on his buck, his hands clenched, and his mouth wide open, showing marks of uu U20inz''d death. Since hisdeuth his body has become much discolored, prov ing that deuth was caused by mineral poison. A further examiuutiou of tho cull, led to the discovery of a piece of liquorice root, which is suiinosed to be itiinrevnuteil with nnison. II jk - 1 r - It has beeu uftertained that Twitchell was poisoned with strychnine. It appears that Eaton was uwtire ol I witcheii s intention to commit buicidn. A gautleuiuu who had conversation wuu ivuun tins morning, says that lust night thu two men were ullow ed to have au intervied. uud that Twitchell said: "Jerry, you will huve to bo alouo to morrow; I'll not be with you; but Mum's tho word. '' A ftei ward Eaton revealed t h is state- ment to the cVrgymu in attendance, und they thoug t it proper to inform the officers of tho prison, 'i witchwi cell was then thoroughly searched, afti everything was renuved by which he might injure himself; even the looking glass was taken uwuv: but he must have bad the poison concealed ubout Lini, or muy Uuvo already swallowed it. Georob Twitcubll, Jr. This Man. who was seuteuced to die the deuth ot' a murderer ou the gallows, the 8th, anticipated hisexecu- tiou by commission ot suicide in his cell early this morning. He wus fouud dead ut three o'clock having put an ud to bis exis tence by taking poison. - 1 be menus of escnp ing the gallows were to doubt furnished hi in by some of his friends wheu they took leave or him, and all hope of pardon or reprieve baring been ubuodoueu by the mis erable mua, he choose to niuke his exit by meausof poison rather than at thb bands of the hangman. Trulj, the way of the iransjiwsor n cara - Dccornticn Dny. I Germans, in the Futhcr-land, by universal and time honored custom, says the I'ittstnrg (Iazkttr. decorutu the Rruv a of their .lrnl friends on thn evo of St. John, tho baptist's ' day, or midsummer's eve. At that time every city ami hamlet, throngs of tho flower Ireijililt'd living can be seen wending their ways to the cities of the dead. Brown, un sightly graves, mid those grown dead with ago, nhke blossom will) these sweet otlenngs of Memory and Love. Of course, in almost every" "Uod s Acre,' there must be sOme, olleu many, graves which have no friends; craves for thn occupants of which, that trite line "uone, iut not forgot ten" has t.o truth; for such ns these, many kind hearted friends hike extra garlands along with them, so thnt no grave muy appear slighted or neglected, an isolated commcutury on human forget ful- uess, when the sun of St. Johu s (ley dawns. Tho members of tho Grand Army of tho Republic have, for several years, endeavored, in a measure, to introduce this beuutiful cus tom in onr own country, by appointing not St. John's duy, but the 30th day ol Mnv us a ila in which tho last resting-p'aces of our fallen braves shall bo strewd with evergreens uttd flowers. Surely such an object should meet with no opposition, for, not the surviv ing Inemm alone ol tho departed, but the whole country owes, at tho least, one dry of honor und reinemberanco each year, lo those who have lost all in fighting aud winuiug its battles. We hope, now that the note of pfepnra- tiou has been souuded, when the 301 h dny ot May comes to us again, oil will be in readiness, so that throughout the whole coun try, the cities of the living shall visit and inlorti the cities of the (lead. We feel sure too, that no harm shall lie done, if some take extra garlands to phco on 'nnv poor crave which m.iy chan-.-o to bo neglected, ami. :f that gr.ivo should not bo that of a soldier, if many graves, not those ol soldiers shouu be thus adorned we cannot see that any wrons will bo done either to the liviutr or tho dead. Markiru Lii'k i.v Indiana. Tho relations of husband und wife in Indiana. The In dianapolis Srxtnkl of llie full, relates this case: Ou lust Tuestluy, Mrs Albert Freue'i, of Lagrange, lelt the room of her sick hus band to go on nil errand to the house of a ueighbor, across the street. While there. some ono u.-Ued her it sue hud heard ot a rumor that she wns divorcd from her hus band. She replied no, uud, in u laughing svav, wus making some remark ubout the ubsurd stories people tell, when a person eutisfing, handed her uuote liom un attorney, informing h-r ttmt the rumor wus true. Her husband hud made nn application in the Cir cuit Court ol Elkhart cout.tv, where the parties hud n.ver lived ut all; the Sheriff had served the process so informally that site never received it; the application had been grunted on the 13th of March; her husbuud had brought the decr.'c home with him ami lived with her more than a week bo 'ore she found it out, during which time she had been attelflively nursing him through u fit of sick ness. Mrs. French wus almost killed by the totally unexpected intelligence. She- bad been married to her husbuud twenty-one years; they had two children neatly mown uud so lar as it is known, the lutiiily uud al ways lived in peace and unity. The husband is worth f)0.00, hut the "wife ilid not re ceive one cent of alimony, although a portion of the property waa inherited by Iipt. It is one of the-most infamous cases we have ever heard of, uud sis the decree wns granted in u county where the parties never reshiud. u con siderable amount of p"rjtiry must have been ci ir.mitted. The nut ;Ov should have a legal investigation, for it certainly caps the climax of anything we have ever known iu the way of Iudiuuu divorces. Tiik female winjj of the " I re:il mul Hutter'' brigailiMit Y:ia!'injtoii is thus sketched by ''Olivia,'1 tin-correspondent of the Vf, IVotii that city: Tho President receives tlm peop'e be tween the hours of three ami tour p. m, one brief lionr, which if chopped up in to second-!, would I'ot give the multitude a sma 1 fraction of an instant. And yet with the tact before their eyes, men ami woaien, too, go day after dny and sit in the niite-i'ooiu of the mansion jailing like Mieawber for something to turn up.'" Oh, that the loving mothers and dutiful daughters of this brorul land could be transporte I to Washington in the twinkling of nn eye, and see with their own eyes this scramble lor place and power. There are women enough here already fur post offices, to give us a taste of tho time, hich we pray God may never eomo when women too shall have the right to take a political mud bath which only tho divine strength of manhood can endure, and not be morally shattered forever. It by any means the wives and mothers of this country could have a bird's eye view of the political stage in Washington, iu' the madness of their honor they would strangle every sorosis, and with their own hands shut up every so-called strong minded. WMiian iu the insane asylum, and at the same time fling the keys of the hateful institu tion into tho uttermost depths of the sea. Cleanse the cesspools of polities by going do .tn into them wiMppcd up in the white garments of our womanhood? Never, ye bold and brazen irg of sisterhood. Any woman who comes to Washington and fights tor a post office deserves it as a free gift to help to ameliorate mistor tune because she happened to-be born a constitutional mistake, for which she is for a whole lifetime wholly irresponsible Tomto ScoAit. Mr. Joseph S. Wil liams, Cinnaminson, N J, writes: "It is i'0 uncommon yield to take 1,000 'bushels of tomatoes from nn acre, and 100 bushels will press 4,000 to 5,000 gal Ions of juice, which, if distilled after the proper ingredients are added, with due time to complete fermentation, there can be obtained from 500 to "00 gallons of proof spirits, which have, by liquor deal ti'S not know ing the liquor, been pro nounced new peach biandy, apple brandy, &u. I have made it au object to get the opinion both ol the physician and liq'ior judges; aud believe it to be a liquor which is healthy and medical, and can be manufactured at lower figures ia larger quantities, aud with tenfold the certainty of any other fruit spirits, and nust iu time be the great resouise for obtaining alcoholic spirits, as there is no crop w hih will yield as many bushels per acre with same certainty, with, as little expense." Gardener 't Monthly. Feeding Chickfas Chickens are as 1 liable to eat too much ns any other farm stocks.' Who thinks of so arranging his corn cribs that his horses mid cattle nnd hogs can help themselves to nil they can eat, providing ouly they waste no grain by trampling it under foot? Chickens evidently reason as little nbout the conse nueiico of eating too much as do other domestic animals, lly cramming them selves, ns they often do, they impair diges tion, nnd become dyspeptic yet, not losing nn nppetitefor food, they continue to cat, and thus make the trouble worse When they become crop-bound, although they still eat, they grow poor, and finally die as of starvation. Many, however, are affected in n different way The diges tive organs do not fail so soon, and the hens become excessively tat. They cease laying, lose their sprightly gait, mope around, nnd in a few days, unless reduced to a mere moderate diet, commence dying on. A post-mortem examination will now reveal a diseased state of the liver, it being very much enlarged, nnd more yellow in color than is natural. This disease of the liver is what is commonly called " chicken cholera'' in this region, and often we hear it said, '-Our fattest hens died of tho cholera." Covntry Gen tleman. Si.feiGiiiN.. with A Gmr.. Of nil the joys vouchsafed to man in life's tempes tuous whirl ; there's nought approaches to heaven so near as sleighing with a girl a rosy, laughing, buxom girl ; a feeling. flirting, dashing, doting, smiling, smack ing, jolly, joking, jaunting, 'jovial, poser pocsiinvt. clear iiuieuucK oi a "in. i'iie up your wealth a mountain high, you sneering, seomng churl. 1 II laugh as I go dashing by with my jingling bells und urirl the brightest, dearest, sweetest girl ; the funniest, flushest frankest, fair est, roundest, ripest, roughest, rarest, spunkiest, spiciest, squirmiest, squarcst, best of girls With drooping lashes, halt conccali"g amorous flashes just the girl tor a eliaphke me to court and love, and inarrv yon see with rosy cheeks ami clustering cuds, the sweetest und the best ot girls. Cattle Diskask in Euiiopb. It is re ported that cattle disease prevails very ex tensively at the present time in Eastern Europe, ami great fears are entertained of its extension from Austria, to those States fiom which England receives n large supply of eullle. Not only are Mol daviu. Waliachia and Tr.msylva'iia greatly infested, but ulo Poland, GalUcia, and Hungary. The pleuro pneumonia is said to be on the inovea-c, no only in thcLon don dairies but in several parts of the country, and on the continent. Recent information reports its existence in severe from in Spain. The small pox of'sheep is also reported to have recently broken out in the neighborhood of Hamburgh, at d to be still prevalent in some parts of Holland, particularly near lloltciduiii. Ci t Fkud. I am a strong advocate for cut food lor till kinds of stock, but not without good reason, ami the experience of more than one year. Last .season we cut all the hay, straw, ami corn fodder fed to forty head of stock, and are till well satisfied that by so doing we were repaid tor our trouble three or tour tunes over, althongli our t-xpeneiico With corn fodder is, that if fed i!bout steaming it hould never be less than from three- quarters to one inch long lor a large corn stalk cut up into half im-h pieces will turn on end in the animal's mouth, and wound his jaws ; but cutting double the length avoids this difficulty. Cor. of Southern Ftdntir. A Western editor litis got such a cold in his head that thu waler freezes on his face when he washes it. Capital punishment in Arkansas to be locked up two days with eleven pretty girls in a jury box. On, my! who would ever find a verdict? o 'You have a very striking countenance,' ns tho donkey s.1W to the eh phan. wheu ho hit b i in over the buck with histiuuk. A large comet is nightly looked for in this latitude. It is said to be cotisi(V:..biy larger than the ouo which visited us iu 1SCU. Grasshoppers have appeared iu Crawford couuty. Col. J. C. Hays has purchased the interest of Col. Tyler iu the Meudville Republican. The Tyler iu the hike has left tho neighbor hood of Eric. They are to vote in Tobdo whether a loan of SlUll.OUu shall be negotiated to build water works. Niueteen practicing lawyers reside in Iu diuua. Dad lor Indiana! Cleur.'ield couuty is making preparations to erect a uew jail; so is Putter couuty. A bald eaale, measuring six feet four inches from tip to tip of the wings, wus cuught iu Chester county recently. The grain fields look promising in tho centre of the Stale, and the fruit uppears to be in good condition, A man named Francis Cope wns kilLJ ut Cluriuu, by slipping from the roof of a house while engaged in shingling it. I'hn Warren Ledger estimates the produc tion of suwed lumber ou the Tiouesta this seas in ut seventeeu millions of feet. Mi lei MoUride, of Armstrong county, was so baOly frozen some uights ugo thut bo died on the eusuing eveuiug. Messrs Daniel uud Wurren Muuger, of Couueuut township, Crawford couuty, lust week cut with a cross cut suw, by huud, a cord of stove wood iu less than teu minutes. Rev. J. S. Lytic, pastor of tho M. E. Church of Youngstown, wus donuted with nearly $300 ju tush and useful urticles, one of which wus a sewiug uiuchiue for Mrs. Lythe. On Thursday night, the 22d ult, the store of Mr. Jacob Goehriug, at lrwiu, Westmore land Co., was burned with its couteuts. which coubisted of a very largo stock of every variety of dry goods, precedes, &c. The loss is estimated at from $28,000 to $30 000, on which is an insurance of 22,000. The Indiana democrats hovo Cnnllv come forward and been sworn in, the considerutiou of the fifteenth amendment having been post poned until ine eleventh or May. When that dny comes we tiust there will be decision enough on the part of tho Republican ma- joiity to drive the measure through. There is never any thing gained by shilly shading with copperheads. Some very remnrkublo conversions in opinion hove been effected by our civil war. Gov. Wise, who declares in a recent letter that ho "praised God for tho war every duy, notwithstanding its disasters oml deaths, us a special providence, Indispensable to free me and my heirs forever from the weakness if not wickedness, of African slavery." Tho wife of Marshal Vulliunt, who rcently died, shaved regularly every dny for many years. She hud u thicker beard thau most meu. During her lust illness her beaid be came so bushy that when thn phvsiciau who visits all the dead, to see that they died a natural death, examined her, ho asked, ' What was this gentleman's positionT" Ve hear of an elopement which tori; place two or three days since, the parties being a married woinau of Uorry, Erie' county, und n married man of Columbus. Probably they huvo euch now found congenial spirits. On last MoijJay night a couple of fellows in Wellsville, Ceuver county, got into a dis pute In regard to tho fighting qualities of a certuin game cock. -Harsh words brought on n lively "null'' between tho disputants, which resulted in one ol them presenting the borough with $25 for luxury of sportfug a puir of durk-cuniplected eyes. F. M. Evans, of Vernon township, employ ed as switch tender ubout the Freight Depot in Meudville, iu attempting to get'on a mov ing train, on The 2!th uit., lost his balance and was thrown iu front of tho car hetweeu the rails. Although not run over with the wheels he wus bruised and jamu:cd iu u ter riblo manner, und owing to internal injuries received he died ou Saturday night. Ayers Hair Vigor, For restoring Gray Hair to its natural Vitality and Color. A dressing "which is at onco agreeable, healthy, and effectual for preserving the hair. Faded or gray hair is soon restored to its original color with the gloss and freshness of youth. Thin hair is thick ened, falling hair checked, and bald ness often, though not always, cured by its use. Nothing can restore the hair where the follicles are destroyed, or the glands atrophied and decayed. But such as remain can be saved for usefulness by this application. Instead of fouling the hair with a pasty sedi ment, it will keep it clean and vigorous. Its occasional use will prevent the hair from turning gray or fulling off, and consequently prevent baldness. Free from those deleterious substances which make some preparations daugcrous aud injurious to the hair, the Vigor can ouly benefit but not harm it. If wanted merely for a HAIR DRESSING, nothing else can bo found so desirable. Contuiuiug neither oil nor dye, it docs not soil white cambric, aud yet lasts loug ou the hair, giving it a rich glossy lustre and a grateful perfume. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Practical and Analytical Ciiemots, LOWELL, MASS. FKICE $1.00. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, For Diseases of the Throat end Lungs, such as Cough. Colds, Whooping Cough, Bronchitis, Asthma, and Consumption, Prolialily never before in tho whole history of mi'ilu'iue, liao ntivtltinx won so widely uuil .-olcvly upon tl.u I'onllili'iR'e u mutikind, u.i tin cxi-i'ik'ut remedy lor inilinoitary complaints. Tlu ottgli a loitjr series of years, uuil umonir most of the races ot meu it has risen higher uuil higher iu their estima tion, ns it has become belter known. Its uaiiurm character uml power to cure lite various ullecliun of thu lungs uiitl Uiiout, have .uuUe it known us a re liable pruleotur uguiut Uieni. While inlapteil to mihler furins of iliseitse anil lo young child cn, it is at Uie tume tir.ie the most elleclual rcmeuy th'tt euu be giveu for incipient co:uu:apiioii, and' the dau Reruns ulleetions of lire throat and lungs. As a fi!o virion against sudden attacks of C'rofi,, it should be kept on hand in every family, mid indeed as all are sometimes "puhject lo colds uud coughs, uU ehould be provided with this antidote for them. Although settled Coimumiitiutt is tl'.i. i :.t in curable, still great numbers of eases where the dis ease seemed s'etlled, have been completely eared, and the patient restored to bound health by the Cherry J'cclorul, So complete is its mastery over the disorders of tho Lungs uud Throat, that the most obstinate of them yield to it. Wheu noth ing else could reach them, under thu Cherry I've tornt th?y subside and disappear. Mnyrrt and I'ublia bjtcakert find great pro tcetiou froul it. Aathmn is always relieved and often wholly cured by it. Uiuucliltln is genera. ly cured by taking tho Cherry feclorul in small aud frequent dotes. So generally mo its virtues known that we need not publish the vcrtillcntes of them here, or do mora than assure Uit) uubiio that its qualities are fully niuiutuiued, Ayer's Ague Cure, For Fever nnd A'ruo. Intermittent Fever, Chill Fever, Remittent Fever, Dumb Ague, Periodical or Ti:lous Fever, &u., BnJ iadeed all the affections whioil arise from malarious, marsh, or mi asm alio poisons. As its name implies, it docs Curx, and Uneo nnt fail. Contuinm'Jr neither Arseuir, Quinine, Disiuiiin, zjnc, nor nny oiner mineral or poisonou Miusuince Whatever, it in nowise hilurcs any patient. Tho number ami hnnorttince of its cures' In the lunif dift tricts, are literallv bevond n'-cnunt, nnd we believe without a parallel In the ht-tory of Airtie medicine. Our pride is srattflod by the acknowledgment we receive nf the radical rures etfectc-fl in f-bihiate cases, and where other remedies had wholly failed. Cnacclinmted persons, either vo-id.'nt in, or travelling through miar-nmtii- locnlitio, will be pro tected by taking the AiiUE CVKK dailv. For Liver Vnmiilaint. arising from torpidity of the Liver, It is an oxcellmt reuiedv, stimulating the Liver Into healthy aetivitv. For bilious Disorders and Liver Complaints, it Is an excellent remedy, producing- inanv truly re markable cures, where other medicine, had f.i.led. l'rep.ired by Dh. .1. C. AVKlt A Co., Practical and Analytical Chemists, Lowy.ll, Mass., aud sold all round Uie world. PBICE, $1.00 FEB BOTTLE. For doing a fainil" washing in the best and cheapest manner. Guaranteed equal lo any iu he world ! 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Orders by mail pi ompt lcd. All lettcil should be addressed, C. B. COULD. LLEGIIEN Y IEON WORK S BROWN, ARNETT & CO., WARREX, TENN'A Manufacturers of Steam Engines, From 8 to 100 horse power, CIRCULAR SAW MILLS, CANO SAW MILTS, . J1LLLK PAW 51 1 1, 1.8 SHINGLE MA0UIXK3 BOILERS OIL TANKS, OIL Sril.T.S CIL TOOLS BAttK MILLS IIVD MILL CRANKS Spur, Bevil and Mttra Ghi.'ii Of all descriptions and sizes, nnd ALL OTHER MACHINERY needed in the LiiiiiUringin.d Tur.i.ii-g B liiic We keei ou band Biaas Work, Fittings fur Sicnru and W03 Elbows, Tees, I'ouk, Ulubo Valves, Check Valves, (Sus l'i)ie, Ac. TAKE NOTICE. We bine the use of A. If. STEA VXS' HE A lilJJVKS. Inr our Ciirular t"w Mills, tvhirh iii.-iln 5 lliein equal tu tiny in uc, hi a vcrv ini'ch less price. run ii aiinnl lo uuiid I nnner;es or f-aw ililln will rind ii lo their nilvHiituue In call nn us IjcU'H C'liiiMctni ' lor their inucliineiy. Ilavinj' ii rn asid nttr facilities I.v tlx addition nf I lit: verv bt'ft licuvj iu.d ini ruvtil in.icl.li.t ty we me ueli runniil mat our win ka hi all Kiep puce with the liilicn. t'uri.ld airuns, wlm bate oven nn their hii rt. in the pie-l, l.avtMUir thanks, un 1 will ulnavti timl l.s iindv lpt-u.)y I heir wunlB on hlmrt nut ice. L, W. Ahn'Ktt, iiUvl T. SmtTiiEua. FURNITURE! WHOLESALE AND RETAIL AT THE C Ii o ;i ' F u r n i t u r o Store o H. II. THOMAS, IDG W A Y EL K C O., P A. Every variety of F U K X IT U It E unu.tuntlv uu liiiini mid Inr mle al the lmvc.,1 figure "35 "rder lV n nil ilnii)ll tilled. l.Mincriut county citizens invued to call and xaiiitno stuck. COTTFIS. Scmly-nnidci Ilntiin-, eoirslautlv on hand, nnd u iti mi d nn short imtieo. Everv ilcnoriution of Collin I'tinii-bed nt any point in t'.-uni mii coun ty, in u few bniiiK nfier receiving on leu,. II il. THOMAS. l.'idjiwnv.E k Cu. Nnv. 1S1.7 K4-lr G. C. HARVEY & CO. FOUNDERS & MACHINISTS, LOCK HAVEN, PA., Muiiufuclururs of STEAM ENGINES, IJOJLERS, Grist and Mill Castings. Machinery of ull kimU furuinhed al t-hort notice Lock Haven, Pa., Sept. !), ie5. I-3i'f Trio I .L rl- m Success. ftsyfityh inoise3o!i, BY IT3 UliE " Gray or i'.nled Hair is quickly restored to its youthful color and beauty, and with tho firbt apuliciitioii a beautiful gloss and delightful fragrance is given to tho Hair. It will cause Hair to grow on Buld Sjwti It will promote luxuriant growth! FALLING HAIR is immediately checked For Male f all DragicUta. DUl'OT removed from Gr.-cowlrk St. to 35 Uarciay ht. & 40 Fork Plucc. JRltOUS OF YOUTH. A Kenllfinpii l,o suffered for yean from JVurvuua Debility, Pretn.nure Dt-cav.and all the tlticlsol yotilhlul iiidi-rreliiiii will, fur I he sake of aufft-riiltj humanily, e U free to all who mtd it, the ncipe and direction fur making the im- ne reiuiuy oy wnicn ne waa cured. Hu. erer u ihiiij; to profit by tlie ttilrtrtihei's nj.crience caud do so by aUdresbiuR. in perfect eonfldeuce. Jl'HN H. OtlDKN. 43yl No. 43 Cedar H., 5Te York.