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J. W. HOUGHTON, Publisher. WSLLIXGTON. : : OHIO. T AMITIES. Spirit of the press Cider. A braided coat is bound to look An Indian agent The tomahawk. nostonrost. "A hot discussion frequently makes a cooi menasnip. People of no account never run in debt. Cincinnati Commercial. A London second-hand dealer ad- vertisea for cast-off artificial teeth. Next to a wife the easiest thing for a poor man to get is to get in debt. A postal card is a feminine thine, It can't keep a secret Cincinnati Ga zette. Many men become round-shouldered by carrying trouble. 2V. T. E press. - Fifteen thousand dollars has been collected for the children of. the late General Hood. One of the most popular organiza tions among working people is the ' Corset Pressors1 Association" at New Haven. Everybody wants to Join. Lady "How old are you, little boyf" Little Darkey "Well, if you goes by wot mudder says, l's six: but if you goes by the fun l's had Fs most a nundred." "Why," the boy asked. do you blow down the muzzle ol your gun? ' To see," replied the man, if it is" And just then ne discovered tnat it was. Hawk-Bye. ' A Mianus (Fa.) minister, while marrying a couple recently, was rather disconcerted on asnng ine Drioegrooni if he was willing to take the young lady for his wedded wife bv his scratchiner his head and sayings " Yes, I'm will ing; but I'd a much sight rather have her sister." A New Yorker was robbed the other day of $28,000 in broad daylight, and he didn't discover the theft until a few hours afterward. We should like to see anyone rob us of $28,000 in bread daylight or in narrow nightlight either. . It can't be done. Norrisiown Herald. The subject for conversation at an evening entertainment was the intelli- fence or animals, particularly dogs, ays Smith, " There are dogs that have more sense than their masters." "Just so," responds young Fiunoodle, " I've got that kind of a dog myself." Did you ever notice that there is something really musical in the pitiful weeping of your own baby, God bless it, and something something, every thing fiendishly discordant in the squawling of your neighbor's howling young oneP How is that, any how, that it always is that way f Hawh-Eye. Gen. James Harding, Railroad Commissioner of Missouri, is doing his work in a novel manner. He is now on a 200-mile walk over the railroads of Northwest Missouri, inspecting the condition of -the roadbeds, rails, ties and bridges. - The work, he claims, can't be properly done in a palace car or from car platform. An Indiana man has for several years f believed himself to be a dog.. Usually, when you hint in the most delicate manner that a man is a cur, he is mad in a minute. What a relief it must be to meet a man who will accept as a high compliment language that would put another man's tongue, fists and feet into dangerous activity! Boston Transcript. Judge You must admit that the proof against you is overwhelming." Thief" Your Honor, I do not perceive it in those lamps. The witnesses were not sure they recognized me, and I hid away the stolen articles where they could not be found by the police. I should think that under the circum stances I am perfectly innocent." Galveston Newt. . . Some ingenious creole at New Or leans . has invented a lover's alarm clock which- strikes loudly at the rea sonable hour of ten. As it sounds, two little doors open and a man with a dressing-gown and cap glides out hold ing in his nand a card inscribed V Good night." As he bows and smilingly re tires the suitor takes the hint, says: Good-night," and then departs. " - Caller to postman J "I want to send fifty francs to my son; how much' 11 it cost?" Postmaster Ten sous." Caller" There you are." Gives him ten sous. Postmaster "Hi, there, but where is the fifty francs f" Caller " What, have I got to give you the fifty francs, toof 1 don't see what sav ing there is in this money-order busi ness." Pari ISqaro. This year Christmas Day falls on a Thursday. The old rhyme says: If Xmaa da on Thursday be, A windy winter ye shall ice; Wlndr weather In each week, .'And hard tempests strong and thick ; The cummer shall be good and dry, Cera and be n shall multiply ; - That year Is (food tor lands to till, Kings and princes snail die by skill; If a child bora that day shall be, It shsll happen right well for he; Of deeds he shall be good and stable, Wise of speech and reasonable. Whoso that day goes thieving about, He shall be punished without doubt; And if sickness that day betide. It shall quickly from thee glide. -This is the latest telephone story: A proud grandmamma, who has just been promoted to the honors of that happy relationship, is awakened in the dead of night by the inexorable belL "Mamma, dear," comes to her the frightened voioe of her beloved but in experienced daughter. " I am sure baby has the croup. What shall I do with itf" Grandma replies that she will call the family doctor, and be with her anxious daughter in a moment, She awakens the doctor and tells him the terrible news she has learned from her daughter. He in his turn requests to be put in tele phonic communication with the too anxious mamma. "Lift the child to the telephone, and let me hear it cough," he commands. The child is lifted and it coughs. " That's not the croup," be declares, and declines to leave his house on suoh small matters. He advises grandmamma also to stav in bed, and all anxiety quieted, the trio setue oown nappiiy lor tne night. - Hew Canaries are Bred. ' Business is reviving," was the re porters salutation to a well-known Chatham street naturalist yesterday. Will you tell me whether the trade in wild animals also is becoming-brisk"' " This is the close of the season for that staple," replied the naturalist; but I am looking forward to an enor mous Business in elephants and Nubian lions, tigers, camels and monkeys in the spring. 1 nave a lew on hand. What I have are in Central Park. It is not customary with me to keep a stock. As orders come to me I send out expeditions and procure what are wanted. ' If an order were to come to me to-day for any number of elephants or lions, I could guarantee to have them all ready for delivery on the 1st of May. - Wild beasts are always capt ured after being ordered they would be young ones, of course. There are about twenty-five shows in this country that have menageries attached, and whenever in these a cage becomes va cant it must be ruled, and 1 am called upon to fill it. for this is the only house that supplies orders of that sort. Ne show thinks of traveling without a cage of fifteen to twenty monkeys the ehJU- dren wouldn't tolerate it I expect to get a good manv orders for monkeva. They range in price from five dollars up to $300. though I have one at Coney Island that is going to astonish people soon, and I wouldn't take $2,500 for it." "Besides the traveling shows you have the zoological gardens to supply, I BUDDOSe." "In Europe, yes, where my brother is, but we are not much troubled with zoological gardens in this countrv. think it will come, but the interest is just now developing. At the gardens in Berlin, where the admission price is twenty-five cents, they have 30,000 vis itors in a single day, and the average attendance is very large. Here, if a zoological garden were opened, the people would overrun it for a week. and nobody would go thereafter. Be sides in the cities of Europe, the ground is given for zoological gardens free of rent, -which is the only arrangement unoer which one ol these great places could support itself. " And what do yon deal in when wild animals are dull?" "These," and he waved his hand to signify what seemed from their flutter and their noise a million canaries. n.acn bird was confined separately in a little wicker cage in tne form ol a cuoe, measuring about six inches in all ways. These lined all the walls of the large shop, rising in tiers to the ceiling, and barricades of them rose at intervals from the floor. The canary bird is my staple. Trom August until May these little creatures come to me at the rate of 2,000 every week. When I came to this country, in 1847, there was no trade in canary birds, just as there was no trade in flowers. You could not buy a canary's cage, nor seed to feed him with, in this city. These things had to be sent for to Europe. The taste for birds and flowers had to be inculcated, and it has been since that time. ' " Thev call them canary birds, but ineyv, . irerman Dims, ihe native does not eiiisr. It was when the canarv was crossed with the linnet, and the lark, and the other song birds of Eu- .1 .1 T 1 rope, mat we iitue musician, wnicn we know as the canary, came to exist. These birds are all bred in Germany. The inhabitants of the Harz Mountains supply the civilized world. There is not a cottage in all the region about Andreas berg and the Bracken that is not full of them. Some of the peasants raise as many as S00 in a year, but the average is perhaps twenty to a house. As much as $300,000 goes to the in habitants of the Harz Mountains for their canary birds every year. They have bred them for generations, and fairs are held and prizes are offered to stimulate the breeders. . "These wicker cages, the fancier continued, holding up one slender and simply constructed of soft white wood. are made by the peasants who breed the birds. The canary that comes to America is confined to his cage for a space of about three weeks. I send an order for several thousand birds to my brother in Germany. He directs a number ol agents to collect in the Uarz enough birds to fill the order. The peasant has no general place of sale. The agents go from cottage to cottage. buying in one bw birds, and in another 700, and so on. Instructions are given to send these birds to the port of ship ment, to be there on Friday. On Satur day the ship sails. Men go with the birds to teed them and care for them. One man can take care of 1,250 birds. and I generally have two men going each way in the North German ships every week." Here the dealer requested one of bis men to show how the birds are fed. The man lifted in his left hand six or. eight little cages that were fastened together in a line, and with a kind of shovel in his right scooped up a quantity of seed from a bucket at his side, and with a single sweep scattered the same through the bars and into little cups arranged inside. With like skill and celerity water was poured into tne cages from a can such as is used in the tilling of lamps. s "You see how one man can take care of 1,250 birds. With two sweeps of his hand he can feed and water eight birds, and you only have to multiply. The little fellows have to be as tenderly cared for as children. They are two weeks coming from the ilarz Mount ains to New York, and they are never more than two weeks generally not one week in the shop, so that their period of close confinement is not very long. They can not be kept in such quarters. and wnenever by any accident 1 see that I am likely to be left with many on hand, I send them out and at once sell them by auction." N. T. Bun. , Hinting a " Wild Kan. Much of the upper part of Wayne County is still an unbroken wilderness and a resort lor hunters from all parts of the country. .Charles Ames and Frank Allabeen, of Rochester, N. Y., have been camping near Upper Woods Pond during the past week. On Mon day they were driving a ridge for deer. Their dogs worked off the ridge to the edge of a dense laurel swamp. Ames was standing at the foot of the ridge on a " run-away," pointed out to him by his guide. The yelping of the hounds and a commotion in the swamp put Ames on his mettle, as he supposed a deer was about to leap out into the open space and give him a chance for a shot. His gun was raised ready to fire, when to his surprise he saw a human being spring from the bushes and run rapidly across the opening toward the mountains. He ran in a stooping position, and helped himself along by a dexterous parting of the thick scrub oaks with his hands. His head was bare and his hair long. The opening across which he ran was sev eral rods wide where the thick timber began. The strange being ran so fast that the hunter had very little time to note his appearance, but he saw that he was very scantily clad. Ames was so startled for the time that the man had reached the woods before the hunter had recovered himself. Then he resolved to follow the wild man as he believed the thing to be and if pos sible capture him. Shouting to Alla been and the guide the thiee started in pursuit. The guide said that a man answering the description of this one had been seen before in that region by wood-choppers, but not for over a year. For some distanoe the hunters proceed ed cautiously through the woods, but saw no trace of. the object of their search. The dogs could not be made to take his trail. Finally the hunters stopped on the brow of the ridge and concluded to abandon the hunt. One of the dogs had gone off a short dis tance and his barking attracted the at tention of the men. They walked in the direction of the noise and discov ered the wild man crouching in the limb of a tree near the trunk and about eight feet from the ground. As the hunter approached he nimbly swung himself to the ground and ran off into the woods. The guide instantly raised his gun and aimed at the fleeing man, but before he could fire Ames struck the gun upwards and the charge passed over the fugitive's head. The guide said he had not realized what the con sequences would have been if -he had killed the man. The hunters were now more than ever determined to come up with the singular creature they had un earthed, x hey followed in the direc tion be had taken until they came to a place where the underbrush was almost impenetrable, and, as it extended a long distanoe up and down, they nat urally concluded that the wild man had entered the thicktU They were not long in doubt, for as they walked along on the edge of it, trying to find a place where he might have entered, he bound ed out again, within a short distance of Aiiaoeen. 1 he latter ran towards htm, and the grizzly creature stood still, as if he had given up all idea of escape. When the hunter drew close enough to touch the wildman the latter turned and walked towards the thicket again. Allabeen sprang forward and caught hold of the man's shoulders, which were naked. Quick as a cat he turned and clasped Allabeen about the hips. Raising the hunter from the ground he threw him heavily, head first, into the underbrush. Allabeen maintained his hold, and the wild man fell with him into the thicket, but in an instant was on his feet again, and, tearing loose from the hunter, ran back into the Woods. Ames and the guide were but a few hundred yards distant, but so quickly had the encounter begun and ended that it was over before they reached the spot. Allabeen received a sprained wrist, some bad scratches and a badly bruised side from his severe fall, but the hunt for the wild man was continued for two hours. ' All eflorts to obtain further trace of him failed. Alla been says that the man was nearly naked, the covering that he had on be ing remnants of a corduroy suit. His skin was hard and black with dirt. His whiskers and hair were long, mixed with gray, and matted and entangled with twigs and briars. During the struggle in the brush he made two or three exclamations that were unintel ligible to Allabeen. Two years ago three citizens of Da mascus Township, while looking for a lost cow in a swamp in that township, came upon a bare-headed, ragged and bare-footed man,' with short-cropped gray hair and beard. He ran away whjBn discovered, but was captured after a long chase. It was evident that he had been in the woods for some time. He talked wildly, in a language that no one in the neighborhood understood. He was finally taken to the county seat and placed in jail. There it was found that nis strange language was French and that he was evidently insane. When asked what his name was he drew the figure of a cross, and he exclaimed in French: " I am the Empire." The county authorities refused to assume any responsibility in the case of the strange being and threw hi in on the Damascus authorities. No one in the township would take charge of the un fortunate lunatio as a pauper, and, as an easy way out of the dilemma, he was placed on an Erie Railway train with a ticket to a station in a neighbor ing county. Before the train reached that station the man leaped from the car while in rapid motion, swam the Delaware river and disappeared once more in the woeds of Wayne County. An account of the circumstance of his capture, and the extraordinary dispo sal that was made of him was printed in a local paper and some weeks after ward it was learned that the wild man was a Dauuer lunatio from a New York county. He was a Frenchman, who had lost his mind over the defeat of the French army by Germany and the de struction of the Empire. Having been pronounced an incurable case, the county authorities were taking him to a btate institution, via the Kne Hall way, and he escaped from their cus tody at a small station bordering on Wayne County, and a long search failed to effect his capture. That this unfortunate creature has managed to maintain an existence in the forest of Wavne Countv for two vears does not seem possible, ' but such is now be lieved to be the case since the adventure of the two Rochester hunters on Mon day. An effort will be made to capt ure him and have him taken to an asylum. Starucca Cor. Philadelphia Junes a . a i .' ' Queen Isabella has ordered a new bonnet with a white plush brim, and having a handkerchief of white lawn bordered with point lace fashioned into a crown, and trimmed with a wreath of white phlox. Fashion Correspondence. The only remarkable thing about this bonnet is the fact that its description was sent over by mail, instead of being forwarded by cable. ' The ladies of this country are just as anxious to know when the gay old girl Isabella gets a new bonnet as the men are to hear that Lord Somebody's two-year-old nag came in fifth in a horse race. Norris tovm Herald. 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FOR ONE DOLLAR eendall three ot the asBMnnJennnnn above oaerllea nones. above deoeribed hooks, tainifc Au aeree aad over. Iai illrjrrmtMna. and cMihrarine evervtKinsT on the atenere- - tire by stem that i worth luuwiiur. 'llcjnibnrJ rt.lume is pKMHivrlv the most popalar Medical Book, published. Vhe Author i aa tiptrtrertd physician of many years practice, tea is well known), and the adric fftven, ail rule lor trrsUnseat laid down, will bo foetid ol trreat vaiite to those ufWrine. from inipurilieeolthe bv stem, early errors, tool viror.or aiiv af the numerous Uvnbies coming ' tinilt r 11m- heed of iriwata" or Chronio" disrasse. Pottage eteiiips taken in pevmeiit tor artT of these books, PWUsTstfiinMSM twntcU a nauunai rvifutatmu lot as. di tn tuc treatment ol chrouie diveuss-e end roiupliraird rases. Hypbllle, ntaeari Hi era. illee. Mrteter, Oreksihs all t Hoary Tro oases, MynaU 111 or Berearlnl affections of the throat, shut or bun. trretea witn viict'ean, witnout using Mereury, REATED hT m'l oderpTvee, UfUnBfJiBrtset where pooathie. i irrl. rtvU, suu h i FRKK and invited u- r-uiui i uieuiiat luii irt-1 rtt M a'ri. ou i ibtiisi bui asrTwesae bjbjubiisw bsvsbj v a TV KC lo setd btsn their naato nod adareaa. aatd bewes-j 0 Vtitt- th-a thai thy will leara sons et blue shatr lwss.ntaTA IS. ia iscst, a l"i n a II r.u..i..ui.iraltnni atrsa-tlv runrl.lFiit laL. and ahoald be aoUrseoUb' UK. BlTTa'. li North oth m-, tfU Lotite, Mo MARK THESE FACTS ! llolIowarV Pills H KierclM yonr JmlaTlwl saewsrsad better phi lophy. Te fan 4owa all stsuia and antlquatrd notion, of Hlmss aaa Us eorss. ao4 te establish a rational sratsjosoa 1st rains, has beaaUr. Hollow.'. mor.ror tnrsaca arm. Banes tns enala ot hi. -:r- bratrd mis aa Olntmsnl tsmsdlas la kn-plnn with eomssoa ssass, bsaaass sabsarrlsnt te astnn rat brrtbaa at vartaaes with her laws, Use tuo.o lu Itnwral use. Ts tos stomach we Sraee dratwp K hradacbe ana (caenl ashflllf t to the aver, Mir, Jaundice, and r0ow fsvert te the bowela. dl.r- rhrara. drasatsrf, uswttyslluu, pilea, snd flsttila to the Ions, nsiissmwlit, esa. te Ota blood, aerol fula. acarvr, aad. an .tintsous erapUcns. By kerplna; thess orsaas and vital fluids para aad bvalihr we mar sanity dary the attacks ot disease, awl ao medicine yet aiepaied tor this parposs can miial taw action of these Fills and Ointment, aa thry ait-e to tne seat ot elsoraor, and extlrpstiae Its ramr, destroy Ms efteet, InroaTAs-r Cautcow. Koaa ere eeaalne nnlm the slfrnaters at J. Havdoos as asent for tne t7iiltM States, sturoaads eaeh box ot Fills aad OlntuM'ut Boar, at ss cents, B3 eanta, sad SI eaeh. There Is considerable savins- by taktae the larsvr sixes. BotxowaT Co., Kew York. HOLLOVMY'S OIIITLUHT. Possessed ot this RKtflDT, every man m) be his own Doctor. It may be rubbed into the system, ao as to reach any Internal com plaint; by this means It cares Sores or VI cers in the THROAT, STOMACH, LIVKU. SPINE, or other parts. It is an infallil.li Kunit-dy for BAD LEGS, BAD BKKASIS, Coutractcd or Buff Joints, UOUT, Kll El' .M ATI3.M, and all 8kln Diseases. - iMfuKTSHT Caotiobt. None are irenuiiiv ur'esa the siirnature ot J. HfcroocK, aa myrrnt fr the United States, surrdtiuda ac!i box of 1'ilM and Ointment. Boxes i't tc.iU 02 ccntn. and tt each. There is considerable savins; by taking the larger sites. Souowat a 0a, Vse Xsrk. NATURE'S REMEDVrV VEGETIHESJ WILL CURE orofala, Berofaleni Humor, Cancer, Csa cerens iiumor, avvsipsias, vanaer, Bait Khenm, Pimples or Hnmor on the Face, Conghs and Colds, Ulcers, Bronchitis, Neuralgia, Dyspepsia, Rheumatism, Pains in the Side, Constipation, Cos tiveaess, Piles, Business, Head ache, Nervousness, Pains in the Back, Paintnsss at the Stom ach, Kidney Complaints, re male Weakness and Gen eral Debility. This nrenaratlnn tsselentlflcalhT and chmnlfallT ram. blned. and so strongly concentrated from roots, herbs and barks, that Its ffmid effects are realised Imme diately after commencing- to take It. There Is no dis ease of the human Brfltem for which the Vs-iirriNB can. not be used with rssrscr safsti, as It does not con tain any metallic compound, for eradlcatlna; the sys tem of all Impurities of t'te blood It haa no equal. It has never tailed to effect a cure. Riving t"ne and strength to the system debilitated by disease. Its wiHHlerfol effect upon the complaints nsmed are snr- B rising to .11. Many have been cured by the Vboetins at have tried many other remedies. It can wall be The Great Blood Purifier. DR. W. ROSS WRITES. Scrofula, Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Rheumatism, Weakness. H. R. BT UfKNU. Boatcm : I haw bwi practlcloK mMlclna for 2S yearn. mnt aa a rvjtuexty fear ScroftiU Liver Comptoinl, rypepia Mhtwmotimm. Wfalmf, aiitl all dlnraarsof the bUfOd, I haw Bwwr found Its f-maL 1 have anid VMretln for 7 vvni-si ami hava nrxtw had om bottle nturnMl. I would iwartliy recommend it to Uioae In need ol a blood PUniMr " w w nao n ii. niii vstsism. - - avss. tt i iiimiTk) rsMff.aiirtfh nuiw, Airwa September 18. 1878. VEGETINE Il.It. STEVEXS, Boston. Mass. Yegetine is Sold by All Druggists. Popular Music Books. Temperance Jewels, songs' ofu5fT!ISt x quality. 80 eta. (Kearly ready.) TT71.; T HUAn The Bweetest Sabbath Schont W lllte XkODeSi Sons; Book ever made. 80 eta. n ni.. 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ITS FE LNUTED TO HO C0UMTRT, SECT OB MCE. -rnvEKRY DAVIS' I sK . . W Sold hi aa DruggUtt. JtAIlsr.KlI.I.ER ! as a TANI I.Y MBDICIHB. for external and Internal usea. especial ly asa KegiilatoroftheSTOJACII has suivjut mum mhu lUaOJUii TBI NEW ELASTIC TRUSS Ha. a rat SfSVitajt frta mil .Umtj, is V 71 Ht SB enrtISStllACttk.1 w. movr. w.ii. im ,'l.HiS W fSlarsfciaaawyy a mm au;. t. u4 a T.SM rai. we. fUa. u aae.lnui asMMyTSnt .y auU. Cimiua - Eflflleston Truss Co Chicago, UL. L tlSBtaj. wua U AGENTS WANTED FOB A TOUR ROUND THE WORLD BT GENERAL GRANT. Q This la the faft-aolllnK book rrrr publLnhed. and the only euaiplete arvd authentic hlatorr of Ursntl Trmvela. Bernl tr clrrulars oontalniiia; a full dcrlillan of UiO wufflt aod oor extra rerma to A&rnts. Addreaa HxziokAl. Xiwlusuh CX, FtUlaielpbla, Pm. cio to $10,000 nvaatad In Svnd loate boeratlons In Stooks. This plan pnta the amallest operator, with an Invest. anentof rromSlotoSIOOonaparwItbthenne whonaea S10.000 and yields Dlin a proportionate pniBt. It secures alike to all the advantage of larve capital used with skill ed experience. Full Intimation mailed free. Address EVAVKTS. BABNE3 at CO. 24 Broad St. H. W CUSHING'S MANUAL Of Parliamentary Practice. This Is the imlversally accepted authority In SJl the Untied Statea on rules and order of debate. For younc men who wish to take an Intelligent part la debatinc societies, er to be fitted for the public da tins of cltlssn Shlp. this little work will be found Invaluable. It con tain!! all the essential points for the suicance ot delib erative assemblies of any kind. Price, SS cants. Sent by mail on receipt of price. THOXPSOH, BKOWI at C0 Fabllshars, AGENTS, READ THIS. We will pay Airents a Salary of S100 per month aaa expenses, or allow a larva eoramlaslon, to sell our new and wonderful liiveutlotia. H'emeu ir hm wt acy. Saax als free, addreaa 8UKKMAN at OUu Marshall. VUea, TODNBMAH Send fnr Grand Rapids, MleK. Business Colleire Jour, nal. Huperiiar advantages si van. QsClvLITsl a!?.brarata: MwrphlsM RaMI Fared lw ie ' till I'.reS. tttAU-stKoiaalAibanou. Ubio. GUNS ItevolTers. IllnstrstedCatalofnie tree. Great Western Uun Works. Ptttanurab S72 A WEEK. $13 a day at home easilv made. Ouatly outot frea Addrs Truo fc Co, Augusta, ale. f C ts fill per day at home. Samples worth -3 J iB lU uvja AodrosalrtiNMa h Oo.. AMrUauu. Ma 01 4 N Z srsraTAr swjcitx.v ro jsormmTiawcmm, yieaiee eaiay ayeaf SM.as e jdaleirf to.at.af Sat SAAie pmpmr. aTrerf tees e ieAre tm ttmmrnm seaeia a aval arltere SJaess aleei fsaaawaSe Wells, Itiehardaon & Co'S SPWa saaani PERFECTED DU I It Olvve Better the frll Wdired color the year tisuuiatxll WW reaad. Thooaandaof Dairymen aay it 1 rEKFI en say IT IM FKRFfcCT. Used by all the best Creamerlea. Awarded the Inter . T. Dairy Fair. Ask Toiirdrorrlstorm, rvhantforlt;or writetoask whstllls,whst national Diploma at N. Y. Dairy Fair. tt costs, who ose.lt. where to Ci't It. WE1.IA, I Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical : common leteh. risBBle. or Kf xtasiehi auktw. In abort, ail diseases i rsixSjInlly has Tt inanilested iu poteney In eurlng Tetter, Bom .stash. .sSelU, eles. Sere F.yea, aeralwlaai. aeree aa aweUlaure, WaUle Swalllaaa, Velire sr ThleK Jleck. and Kalanteel Silaasls. , . . , . ... If you feel dull, drowsy, debilitated, have sallow eolor ot skin, or yelloTrlsh-brown spot n face or bodv, frequent headache or disxineas, bad taste in month. Internal heat or chUta alternsted with hot flushes, irregular appetite, and tongue coated, you i are suffering from Tsrald Elver, or " Bllleasaess." As a remedy tor all snch esses Dr. fierce Goldea aleillcal Discovery bas no equal, as tt effects perfect and radical cures. In the cure of Bronchitis, Severe Ceaaha, Weak lease, and early stares ef Ceta. saaiptlaa, it has astonished the medical faculty, and eminent physicians pronounce U the greatest medical discovery of the age. Bold by druggists. Mo nse of Pelleu (LltUe taaa, 1 VaS ra Sava7 9 f fk tj. w while using UuklV9 svstem, diet, YiaJ 5Vvd V Tlahtaeas - VaV The-UtUa af railiaiM. Stasaeeh. Badl Taate la Meata, anisesas atlaeata, nis 1st at i ia. us. a. .e .uan. lateraal rever. Bleateei teellaug sweeM Sseaaaah, BaaB efBleecl se Meaa, take fcoMb.dvna.lata. nglfl I IT BUR! Tmi sm Me) Mtll are an immediate etlmulus for a TwyM Uver. and cure rmm llTtsM, Dr.penJa, SllUiaisai i aa. Bit. Immm aMaurrhisrai. SBatlauriaw rever .auadt Am and are useful at Umea In nearly all diseases to causa a free and regular action or the Bowela The best antidote for all nushv rial Patlaoav. Iric, S3 eeasta a Box. PFarrwjer'a Kmfm JTeres'ssat quickly irlves 9aa ana mvb wid. .uirenim, w s and MewraUsrlav, ire!vesla :llepIte rita. and ia the but remedy for Hsrrsas Pres. tratleai brought on by excessive drinking, over-work, mental shocks, and other causes. At relieves toe wihih all diseases ant m is er injurloua to the sys- teui. a a. oes. ua u Nervlaiea. Bottles of two sixes ; prices, OS eta. and at. irrwtamn Bats SUawdle. m mmim ar MedElaa cvarjwaia H.H. Warner aV Co. BOCHESTEB. I. T. OTSrW for psasaKt mmi tr.tipio.i.1.- OUT OUT. (Paate In Your nemorsadasa.) We take pleasure in recommending our readers when visiting Cleveland, Ohio, to call in at Steixfeld's, the One Price Clothier and Tailor, 242 Superior street. Their Stock of Suits and Over coats for Men, Boys and Children is just immense, from the lowest price garments to the very finest. We can as sure our readers for honest aad square dealing there is no more reliable house in the State. They sell at one price and that is a low one. Price of all goods being marked in plain figures, a child can buy there as low as the most experienced man. Take our advice and try Steinfeld, the One Price Clothier and Tailor. If you desire samples of piece goods for suits, or overcoats made to order, they will send them per mail with self-measurement blank, You will save from 95 to $15 on a suit or overcoat, and from $1 to $5 on a pair of pants. Wedding Suits a specialty. A complete line of Gentlemen's Fur nishing Goods. Headquarters for Cellu loid Collars and Culls for ladies and gentlemen. They require no washing. Samples sent per mail. A trade dis count to jobbers and retailers. TH K HOLTS AX AAI7R AND LIVKK PADCCBXS aiTHOUT MKlilCTNBall Stomach and Liver diseases and removes the cause of serenlchtns of all Ills. Worn as seen In the cut, the pad mill effect mi ire cures than all other remedies com bined : thousands testily to this fact, iloie than 2.000.000 pads sold the last year. Ueirular pad sent uy man tree on receipt ot H. Special pad for chronic cases SH. Ir. t.lrclillrt's celebrated lecture sent free to any addreaa. W.UIXSI Jt t O.. Se Kn ell 1 Ave., tTlrvelaaia, O. tr staid tty AArHggi.t.. TiAM MAKK. PICTURE AGENTS ts&3sx? AtfTM Atei ican i ittAo-iJopyiiiy CtA, Jamestown, N. X. m9Ut Any Sunday-school can now afford to supply Its teachers with THK SUS 1A T-SPHOOL TIM fcS, a 16 pase weekly psper. Here are the new tatos: ruin 1 to 4 copies, i each. From 5 to 9 eoplea. to one aildress, SI. SO each. From 10 to 19 copies, to oneaddress, $1.25 each. Twenty copies or more, to one address. SI each. No chanre for postaee. Proportionate rates for less than a year. Twenty teachers can be aupplied for three months for SS. While the papers for a club must be sent In a packace to one adflresa, the publlaher re qulrea that each club subscription be accompanied with a list of the names and addresses of the persona who are to use the paper. The Sunday-School Times will be sent on trial to a aeu subscriber every week for three months for 25 cents. Specimen free. Send also for a free specimen of The Scholars' tjusrterty. a 40 pase scholars' lesson help, containing colored map, etc The Ouarteriy will be improved for 1880. ana Its price rerfucerf. Address JOHN IX WATTLltS, Pub lisher. 725 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa, GRAEffflBERG Are the mildest ever known, they m. m r a a- nil lAIIQllSBQ curs ntaunvna, Dia..ww9....0y LIVER COM PLAINT and I NO ICES TION.Nogrlplngornausea.Thee puil: Tone up the system and restore neaitn to moss sjurTorinaj trom csnersl debllltvand nervousness. Sold by all Orusglsts. 20c. per box. Xlsctbo DiMasno NERVE TONIC. The greatest discovery in the annals ef Medieval Science. Containa no narontsca or alcohol and la more than a aub stltute for opium, morphine or hydrate chloral for yuervous loatrauon ana ia m apeciuc lurwi forms ta nervousness, we nave numeroue testimouiaia ruani thoss who nave used It for 11 mo. llrsterics. JServ- ous snd Sick Headache, Meuralirla, 1ms ot Sleep, tits. Melancholy and Great Dlstressof Mind, and pronounce IttAsonly true remedy for all nercou 4uetuM One aays "It saved my life after bavins; been given np ny tlie doctors.' Anothor: "It cured meof Kxtreme Nerv ous Prostration.' A lady aays: " HavluK contracted the morphine habit, taken lor oeuiaJr la, I usedeiKbt bottles snd sm freed from both. " NoUilnc like . t for old people. The best and safest substitute for soothing syrup In thewntid as ltoontains no opium. W. I,. Null, Basa Master, Onion Depot, says: It will curt ami saas oneurtAuAots c slaM to drink if k wants to ft Ail flnttVdsasTfrUKV keep It Do't be put nf ir anytAxna eimm. Benton'. Nerve Tonic ts irA,it ie writ. Price. SI4X. Sent prepaid to any addrea. on receipt uf Aildress all orders to LSCT&0 KAOITETIC KXDICTJTS CO., 1 Itwatat. Kc. ctevelausd. O MAKE THE CHILDREN HAPPY ! WITHE NURSERY.IM A Monthly Msgazine for Youngest Readers. Superbly Illustrated. XV Send tO cents for a Sample Number and Premtum List. ' JOHN L. SHORE!, "ZZJL'r CHRIST IN ART Literary work of all the an and LITESATTJUX. Th. VYwatetf Art and lerarv Work of all the aires: the HSUS4 T BVOH that outshines and outsells them all. Acenti wanted. Address Wsstoh HtluxaT. Pub's, Chleaso, UL WANTED: AGENTS are making tSQ a week selling our new U(us tmtfti Bonks. For descrlnttve Circulars and extra terras to Acents address aT. St. BUSK at CO.. Chicago. UL. or Hartford. CL X f ul Sons ever Issued. Suitable for Organ or Piano. Mailed on receipt of 40c. Send Sc. stamp for $1.50 worth af Mnalo to 1. M. Btuuiiaai a Co, PhllartrUihla, Pa. mint rxfrT.nn rnfttitshed Prsrer. The A I00D PUR. b oa tsuiI erkLam ktva rary aslTi awm-iaxa ml altai. wTlltl to of M flt lr00O. Clremiar, with fU a, Lu swrotadlwl4Ml proraUea ilm il r " iwuMoa O0h tn J BOOSEYSs WM. Am PONI ak CO, Lalaa Sq CHT.Ar- MTSIO Aln 1HSTIN BAND .'MENTS. At- for Catalnsnes, are, H. v. axaaai ssaaa aaaay easw bwx aaaa. aaBa. I Cl VVLVIV The larffeat Rotter Rovers recommend tts KICHARIMMIM A CS. Pi mpt It taaw, Bwrlxawtaw, Vt. 1 .ill al Discovery enres all sfwaaera, from the worst Serefaila to s 'flea, BryalMlaa, aalt-rheaiaa. Sever lie rea. Scaly liseaaes eansed by bad blood, are conquered by this powerful. taking the Isrge, repulsive, nsnseons pills. These All 'ills) are scarcely larger .aaa aaa.iara HMt.M.. nn nartlAtilar ears la reonlred reqi them, 'lher operate without disturbance to the or occupation, ror jaaasiiee, Meaaacae, '-- uiA Sl l Ik. MualAan. et'cavest, BUalaveae, Semr Kraclatleaa rreaa aw. Mes-ea'e riaassat rargaUv. reUata. ""? ' - - - eD3. CLARK Indian Blood Syrup. IaABORATOKY, 77 17. 3d St., Hew York Clfy. uti or wtasr crrr. The Sett Eemedy Known to Kan! Dr. Clark Johnson navlne associated himself with Mr. Edwin Kasunan. an escaped capUve, lone a alave ts vVakanietkla. the medicine man of the Comanchea, at now prepared to lend his aid in the Introduction ot the wonderful remedy of that tribe. The experience of Air. Eastman being similar to that of Mrs. Chas. Jones and son. ot Washington County. Iowa, an account ot whose stillermgs were tnruungir narrated In the Kew York Herald of Dee. loth, 1878, tne facts of which are so widely known, snd so nearly parallel, that but little mention of Mr. Eastman's e perlences will be given here. Tney axe, however, pub liaheri in a neat volume of H00 Dages. entitled Seven and Nine Tears Among the Comanchea and Apaches. of which mention will be made hereafter. Somes It as say that for several years Mr. Eastman, while s captive, was compelled to gather the roots, gums, barks, herbs snd berries of which Wakametkla's medicine was made, and Is still prepared to provide the basts ma terials for tne successful Introduction ef the medicine to the world; and assures the public that tne remedy a the same now as when Wsismetkla eaupeilsd hiss fey maaeu. Wakametkla, the Medicine Man, nothing has been added to the medicine snd nothing ass been taken away. It Is without doubt the Bist Po ainxa of the tooos and Kkkxvxs of the Smaat svei known to man. This 8yrup possesses varied properties IS acta apa the liver, t acta apa the Kldaeyw. It re gal a tea the Bowels. It ajalvta ss watriaea cae vim. eta the N.rv.ss Systesa. ia.atia Aiaraataa. It VI is W aurlahea. streagikeas mmmX Xatvla s carries aar ska aid klewal mm aaahaa Stew. IS ay u as tt. pares sr hs skim, aad tav 4.COA Aleattaiy reraptrattaau B neutralises the hereditary taint or poison ta the blood, which genera tea Scrofula. Erysipelas and all manner of skin diseases snd internal humors. There are no spirits employed In Its manufacture, and k can be taken by the most delicate bsbe, or by tbs aged and feeble, oars esu Maa required in tltmmtiem tnUrtctionM. u. Edwin Zasbnan in Indian Costame. trrni Airs nn Tsars axiom m Oomanchxs in ArACHXs. a neat volume of 800 paces, being a simple statement of the horrible tacts connected with the sad massacre of a helpless family, and tbs capirviur, tortures ana ninmaaa escape or im twe surviving members. JTor sals by oar agents gen- arallv. PrleaL 11m The Incidents of tbs massacre, briefly narrated, are distributed by sgenta, raita of charge. Mr. Eastman, being almost constantly at (be West, enjraged In gathering and curing the materials of which the medicine Is eomDosed. the sole busini meat devolves upon Dr. Johnson, and the remedy ass a at snowa ss Dr. Clark Johnson's INDIAN BLOOD PURIFIER. Pries of Large Bottles ... $1.00 Pries ef 8m all Bottles .... .00 Read the voluntary testimonials of persons who have bean cured by the use ot Dr. Clark Jell nam's India Mood syrup in your own vicinity. TESTiaOMlALS OF CURES. Cam Kkeamatism. FAiavrsw, Guernsey County, Ohio. DmmrSmr I was subject to Mheumatlsm twice a yeas fnr the past tea or twelve years, but since uslngyoejf reliable Indian Blosst Syrnp I have been free trom It. Ireganl it as a very valuable remedy for thai A. U. ATH r.rtXOa. Best Family Medicine. Havana. Hnron Coiraty. Ohio, Pear Sir I have nsed your excellent Iadlaa SJlaaat Syr.. In my family for Liver Complaint, vaVSIaveHiou. etc, and 1 can truthfully aay it ia the best remedy I nave ever used, as in every case tt effected a permanent core, lam ever ready to testify to lu n. V. V TT .1 1. Costlvenesg and piles. Tnaow. Fulton Comity, Ohio. Dear Sir I was lu very poor health for a longtime, being severely troubled with Oostlveness and Plies; sometimes I wohld be five or six days withont s pise see. 1 took some of your ladlan atlass. array, and hi a short lime 1 was effectually cured. . W1L MoCASKKX Would Sot be Withont It. Fixdlat, Hancock County. Ohio. Zlear Sir I have been aflllctei with Dyspepsia for many years, and nave used the IadLsa tMeeel Syray with good elteec 1 find It Ui be the bes) remedy which 1 have ever used and would not be wtth- oax, 1 am thankful fur Its ducovery. , JOHN DKmOB. Iiung Disease Cared. Mapouoic. Henry County, Ohio, Feb. 20, 187ft Dear Sir Allow me to give my testimony In favor of your Indian Blsod Syrap. I was troubled with Disease of the Lungs and also Liver Con plaint, and at the request of your Agent 1 tried some si your medicine, which immediately relieved me I feel better than 1 have felt for years, and never was so well as 1 am atnrtavut. I wiii always roroniinend your medicine. MABX B. xiAXJtS, Kidney Complaint. Dtrrovr, Putnam Connty, Ohio. Dear sir This a to ceittly that 1 was mulcted with Kidney Complaint and Meneral Dainty for a number of years. 1 obtained some of your Indian Ailosd ay rap from your agent, and it entirely cured me. CAXVm FULLKB. Cures Headache. Karnrs, Noble County, Ohla Dear 5lr This Is to certify that your laalaa Blssel 8ray has greatly brmetited me for head- iwiwin ia nrtaun. General Weakness of the System. BVAirarosT, Defiance County, Ohm, XVrrr Sir Iwaa Buttering from Weakness of the System and Dizziness of the Head. Your-Indian atlosd Hyr.n waa recommended to me and I nro ouiodsouie, and a abort trial has robfcirrxl mj heaitxu . HENBX UOFFalAK. 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Timcsiros crrr. Miami Co.. Ohio. Jury 19. 1877 ' Dear Sir I have used the excel lent Indian af loaa yrss, which I procured trom your Agent snd the result has been wonderful. I have been sick for one year with Liver Com plaint snd Heart Disease, and nine weeks out of that time I have not been able to do any work at all. I have taken some of your SYRUP, snd since then I have been able to wore, a nearoq mend it and believe It to bathe Best snd Mast I Maeaciae ever asnrsa . aaytxJasAnv BrvJ vfc vaWBxagSweTrWavk o5 1 V i in -X as SELLERS' " ' couaH SYRTJPf 50 Years Before the Public. rronoiincetl by all to be , the Most Pleosant and efficacious remeOy now in use, for the cure of coughs, colds, croup, hoarseness, tickling sensation of the throat, whooping cougli, eic Over a million bottles sola witnm the last few vears. It elves relief wherever used, and lias' the power to impart benefit that cannot oe nsa from tlie couirh mixtures now in use. Sold by all Druggists at 25 cents per bottle. 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