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THE WOMEN'S C. T. UNION, OF HILLSBORO, OHIO. All Onmmnnicatlons tulfodwi for this column sboultl be adiinwMi lo Mrs. E.i. Thompson, Hill.-horo, O. Change of Time—Officers for 1879. Kegnlar Women's C. T. Union Meetings every Tuursday morning, at 9 o'clock, at the new l euiper'aucc Hail, corner of High anj Walnut streets, :sd story. Kegular nieetinp-s of the Temperance Cadets on Thursday evening of each week, iu tlity Hall, at naif-past t o'clock. OrriOEKB V. C. T.U. fob lS7!i. Jlrs. E. J. Thompson, Tres't : Mm. Gen'l. Mc Dowell, Mrs. D. K. Former, Mrs. J. Y. Weatherby, V. Pres'U.; Mrs. J. C. Gregg, Secy.; Mihs Julia Brown.Treasurer. Gov. Garcelon and Maine Law. Gov. Garcelon and Maine Law. BY HON. NEAL DOW. Gov. Garcelon of Maine Las re cently been interviewed in Atlanta, Georgia, on the effect of rrclj,itition in that State, and the Constitution of Atlanta contains more than a col umn of what purports to bo a report of the Governor's opinions. The anti-prohibition press of the country catches np this new report as a bonne louche, and gives it wide cir culation. This circumstance only renders it important to notice it and correct its gross misstatements. Governors Chamberlain, Peruana, Dingley and Connor, and Senators of the United States Hamlin, Lot M Morrill and Blaine, andRepresen tatives in Congress from Maine all of them and judges of our courts, and lawyers and es-mayors and clergymen, have at different times sic-ned certificates to the effect that this law is and has been ns well en forced as our other criminal laws are. and that is true: yet Gov. Garcelou is reDresented as saying: "It is im- uossible to enforce it." There is not now a distillery, brewery, or wine-factory in the State; they Lave all been suppressed by the law. We formerly bad large impor tations of liquors, shiploads of them; now, whatever liquors come into the State are smuggled in; kegs, jugs, or bottles enclosed in flour or sugar- barrels and packed in sawdust. The officers are constantly seizing this at railway stations, at steamboat Undines, and in teams of various kinds, wherever they can find it, and it is searched for diligently, In the secret grog shops, the liq uors are keDt in small quantity, md den awav beneath the floor, buried in the cellar, and sometimes plaster ed into a wall, with a rubber pipe leading to a concealed tap. A. few days since, tbe officers in this city (Portland) in searching a suspected rum-shop, found a concealed tap, and traced the rubber pipe to a p'.g-pen where a barrel of beer, with which it communicated, was found bidden under a heap of manure. Liquors are sold in Maine only in this way where sold at all.and yet tbe trovera or is reported to have said that the law is not and cannot be enforced. There has never occurred a single incident from 1851, when the law- was enacted, to this day, that would justify the declaration that it is or baa been a failure; on the contrary, it has been a crreat success from the beginning. The law is thoroughly sustained by an overwhelming pub lic otjinion in the State, as it could not be unless its operation had been beneficial to its interests. a a Does It Pay? The Great Scotcli f-pet, Itobert Burns, .was one of those brilliant and genial men, who so often be come the 6lave of strong drink. In an old volume of his poetry and cor respondence, there appears the fol lowing letter, written after an even ing party, in which the poet had disgraced himself. The horrors of remorse, which assail the poor drink er after a debauch, and which drive him to drown hi? terror in more drink, or the suicide's bu'let, could not be more graphically described. To . Mai-a-m ; I dare say this is the first epistle you Lave ever received from this nother world. I write yon from the regions of Hell, amid tho horrors of the damned. The time and manner of leaving your earth I don't exactly know, as I took my departure in the beat of a fever of intoxication, contracted at your too hospitable mansion; but on my arrival here I was sentenced to endure purgatorial tortures of this infernal confine, and all on account of the impropriety of my conduct jester-night under your roof. Here I am, laid on a bed of pitiless furze, with my aching head reclining on a pillow of ever-piercing thorns, while the infernal tormentor, wrinkled, and old, and cruel ; Lis name, I think, Recollection, with a whip of scorpions, forbids peace or rest t& approach me, and keeps ang uish eternally awake. Still, Madam, if I could in any measure be reinstat ed in the good opinion of the fair circle whom my conduct last night bo much injured, I think it would be an alleviation of my torments. For this reason I trouble you with the letter. To the men of the company I will make no apology. Your hus band, who insisted on my drinking more than I chose, has no right to blame me ; and the other gentlemen were partakers of my guilt. But to yon, Madam, I Lave much to apolo gize. Tour good opinion I value as one of the greatest acquisitions I Lad made on earth, and I was truly a beast to forfeit it. There was Miss I , too, a woman of fine sense, gentle, unassuming manner do make on my part, a miserable wretch's best apology toLer. To all the ladies please present my humble contrition for my conduct, and my petition for their gracious pardon. O all ye powers of decency aiTtl de corum ! whisper to them that my er rors, though grent, were involunta ry that an intoxicated man is the vilest of beats that it is not in my nature to be brutal to any one that to be rudo to a woman wLen in my senses was impossible with me but Jlyrt I Ileuiorse ! Shame ! Yo three hell hounds that ever dog my steps and bay at my heels, spare me! ppare me ! Forgive the ofltnees, and pily the perdition of, Madam, your humble if a he as we I'll off nor I'll and I of care us Sea. our look on they .. us ROBERT BURNS. Little drofm of flsret. Now and then at flrf. Forms an awtul habit. And a dieadful thirst. Lit Me- drinks of lsirer, Little enps ot ale, Makes the bipirest trnzzler Jiever knew it to tail. The liquor interest in Xew York Las been endeavoring to secure fa vorable action from the legislature during the present session, but fail ed. They have already a license sys tem altogether too liberal for the good of the people, but they do not like that part of it which requires them to keep a "tavern" as well as to iell Trbicky, nor that which allowa the born sofa some a joke a To vote upon their business by a vote any political division, such as a town or city. Still the sellers are not satisfied with this ; they want full swing to carry on their work of ruin and death without any restric tion. Hut even with the great and corrupt city of New York, and nearly the other cities thrown into tho scale, in their favor, the Empire State is not prepared for an uncon ditional surrender to their demands. ROBERT BURNS.--[Baptist Standard, Chicago. GIVE HIM A LIFT. Hive him a lift ' don't knew in pruyer, Nor moralize with his diimir; Tbe malt t 'town, anil lits creut net- ready help, not prayer and creed. Tls time when the wounds are washed aud healed-, That the inward motive be revealed ; now, wliate'er the spirit be, Here words are but mocker. , One grain of aid Just now Is more -f To him than tome of sa'nUy lore; Pray, if yon must In your heart. But give him a lilt, give him a start. The world is full of Rood advice. Of prnyer, ami praise, and preaelunff nice But the generous soiiIb who aid mankind j Are scarce as gold and hard to liud. Give like a Christian speak !n deedM : A noble life's the best of creeds; A nd he shall wear a royal crown Who gives them a lilt when they areUowul Effect of Diet on Liquor Drinkers. Charles Napier, an F.nglih Bcientifk man, lias been testing the truth of Lie big's theory that liquor drinking is con alible wiih animal food, but not with irinaoeous diet. The experiment was tried upon twenty-seven liquor drinking persons, with results substantiating the Liebig theory. Among the most strik ing instance's of reform brought about by a change of diet was that of a gentle man of sixty who had been addicted to intemperate' habits for thirty-five years, bis outbursts averaging one a week. His constitution was so shattered that be had great difliculty in insuring hie life. After an attack of delirium tremens which nearly ended fatally, be was per suaded to enter upon a farinaceous diet, which we are assured, cured him com pletely in seven months, lie seems to have been very thin at the beginning oi the experiment, but at the close of the period named had gained twenty-eight pounds, being then about the normal weight for a person of his height. Among the articles of food which are sin-filled by Napier as pre-eminent for antiigonism to alcohol, are macoroni, har icot beans, dried peas and lentils, all oi which should be well boiled and flavored with plenty of butter or olive oil. The various garden vegetables are said to be helpful, but a diet mainly composed oi them would not resist the tendency to intemperance so effectually as one of macaroni and farinaceous food. From this point of view, high glutinous bread would be of great utility, but it should not be sour, such acidity being calculated to foster the habit of alcoholic drinking. 1 A like remark might be applied to the use of Sidled food. If w inquire the cause of a vegetarian's alleged disinclina tion to alcoholic liquors, we find that the carbonaceous starch contained in the macoroni beans or oleaginous ail ment appears to render unnecessary, and therefore repulsive, carbon in an al coholic form. Beef Tea. An ordinary glass jar, such as is for canning fruit, with the glass cover kud over wie top, is very convenient but like all other receptacles, must be thor oughly cleansed and aired after using before using again, bcrupulous cleanli ness is very essential. If in great haste, the jut'iest portion of the beer held over a brisk lire until heated, but not cooked, and then squeezed hard througli perfectly clean lemon-squeezer, is an excellent way, and makes a palatable article with the addition of a little salt. Salt is the onl v seasonine usual v allowed but the patient's taste should be con sulted Vihen not injurious, hen the pa tient tires ot these modes, scrape with a sharp kmle enough lean, juicy beef to till pint bowl, add a little water, cover close and 6et in the oven and let it bake slowly. 'W hen about half done remove the cover and let it brown n little, then cover again and let itcook a little longer. Beef tea niade after this last mode lias been accepted in cases where all other ways have laileu. JNever approach the patient with a spoon in the hand when about to give nourishment. Put just what you wish taken, and no more, in the daintiest and prettiest teacup in tbe house. Have the tea ot just the right temperature, and let the patient drink it lrom the cup, but remove the cup irom the room as soon as used, and, we would add, wash, scald, and put in its proper place. hen more tea is needed, lake another and entirely diflerent cup This seems a little thing, but the com- forfcof the Kirk must denend larffelv on little things, and who shall blame them sometimes fanciful or unreasonable? The Wife's Victory. For half an hour before the circus opened an anxious looking, middle aged man was observed walking around nervously as if he had a free ticket and was afraid the show was on the point of busting up. When the ticket wagon opened, he made a rush for it, and bought a pasteboard; but while on his way to the tent, ticket in hand, a wouuu dodged into the procession, seized liis collar, and for half a minute the aii seemed full of heels. Going to the circus, eh?" exclaimed the woman as she slammed him around '"Sneaked out of the back way, and madt bee line for here, did you?'' "Let up on me stop tor heaven f sake! stop this disgraceful conduct: ejaculated, as be endeavored to keor her at arm's length. ''Gentlemen," she Faid to the crowd she held up one foot and then tht other, '"see them shoes? I've worn 'err better nor a year, and there hain't nothing left but heels and shoe strings. the children are just as bad off, and don't have half enough to eat. Thai explains why I am bouncing him why make Lis good-.or-nothing heels break his good-for-nothing neck!" They fell over a rope as she grasped him, and in the confusion he broke away, leaving the ticket on the ground. A boy banded it to her, and wiping the mud her nose with her apron, she said : "I hain't seen no giraffes, nor clowns, snakes, nor hyenas for twenty-five years, and beingthis 'ere ticket is bough' walk in and view the gorgeousness, the children shall come to-night if have to pawn the wash tub to raise the money." Old John JacoD Astor used to receive letters threatening hint with assassina tion, and papered the wall of his bed room with them. It was Ids boast that even old Satan couldn't scare a cent out him. The happiness of your lifts depends upon the quality of your thoughts; therefore guard accordingly, and take that you entertain iio notions un suitable to virtue and unreasonable to nature. The art of putting things was well il lustrated by Dr. Utilise, of St. Louis, when he said to the workingmen, in speaking of the value of Sunday to them a rest-day, "Don't girdle the tree that shades you." The river Jordan is not tho only pleas ant water that empties itself into' a Iead Some of the "sweetest currents" of lives are fated to end there. Lotus to it that we are not borne thither their limpid bosom! - How many men, in talking to those wish to please, sweeten their voices : e i . . u ii were urown sugar. A mans voice, like a man, should be gentle, but manly. Nothing is pleasanter than thoroughly unallucted yet well-modulated tone. There are a great many men born in world who imagine that they were with genius, and Iio down on the and wait for an inspiration until other fellow, who thought himself dunce, rises by hard labor to a compe tency, buys the sofa, and leads the wait ing genius out by the ear. This is nut a ; it is a fact. The true grace of silence springs from renewed heart ami a disciplined mind. cultivate it eilectiiallv we must forget ourselves; forget our pride and sensitive ness; forget as soon as spoken the wounding or the cruel words we cannot always e.-apo, ami remember only the example our Lord has loft ns, of patient, uncomplaining silence in the very pres ence ot lieH'eU calumny and ruge. is of is oi' SUNRISE IN THE HILLS. I stood upon the hills, when beavenV-fih areli Was glorious with the sun's returning m:irch. And vooU were brightened, nnd soft gales Weut forth lo kiss the sun clad vales. Tbe clouds wero fur tHneuth me bullied in light. And, in their lading plory shone Like hosts in batlle overthrown. The veil of cloud was lilted, and below ulowed the rich vallev, and the river's now Was darkened by the forest's shade. Or glistened iu the white cascade; When upward, Iu the mellow blush of day, The uolay UiUeru wheeled his noisy way. The Force of Habits. Among the many picturesque tradi tions ot tne liussian army there is a striking instance of the force of habit, tho subject of which was a Russian officer who served at Sebastopol during the Crimean war. As soon as General Todleben's defensive works wero so far advanced as to render the city proof against any immediate assault, thejolficer in question was sent to announce the good news to the czar. After traveling night and day over the steppes for more than a week, he at length reached Moscow, where Nicholas then was, so utterly worn out that he had barely time to place the dispatch in the em peror's hands, when, overcome by weari ness, be leaned back against the wall and fell fast asleep where be stood. The czar, having read the dispatches, looked tin to ask some questions of the mess enger, nnd at once perceived that the latter was in no position to reply. He spoke to him, touched him, even shook him, all to no purpose. At length he bent down close to the sleeper's ear and shouted at the lull pitch ot his voice: "Yashe llimgorodie. hahadi qotori," (Your Ilojior, the horses are ready.) The sound of the words which had been constantly in his ears lor the last ten days and nights acted like magic upon the sleep ing messenger. He sprang to his feet at once, and was overwhelmed with contu sion on discovering where he was ; but the ciar laughed good-lnimoredly, and dismissed him with a high compliment upon his prompi.iiHle. Petty Worries. What a blessed thing it is that we can forget! To-day's troubles look large but a week hence they will le forgotteij and buried out of sight. Says one writer: If you would keep a book, and daily put down the things that worry von, and see what becomes of them, it would be benefit to you. You allow a thing to annoy you uist as you allow a fly to set tle on you and plague you ; and you lose your temper, (or rather get it), for when men are surcharged with temper they are said to have lost it; and you justily yourselves for being thrown oil your balance by causes which you do not trace out. But if you would see what it was that threw you off your balance be fore breakfast, and put it down in a little book, and follow it up, and follow it out, and ascertain what becomes of it, you would see what a fool "you were in the matter. The art of forgetting is a blessed art, but the art of overlooking is quite as important. And if we shonl take time to wri'o down the origin, progress, and outcome of a few of our troubles, it would make us so ashamed of the fuss we make over them, that we should be glad to drop such things, and nury them at once in eternal forgetfulness. Life is too short to be worn out in petty worries. irettings, uatreu anu vexation. Shoddy Among Aristocracy. It is very astonishins how manv rich people condescend to wear imitations of costly thing.-;; and this piece of bad taste is not by any means confined to nouv- eaux riches, who might le expected to Know better. i;otton vetvot with, a silk face does duty for the rich Lyons velvet, niiicu once aione uut duty tor the rich gentlewomen ; imitation liice, mock jew elry and sham furs are worn unblushing. ly. If, as is often stated, ladies dress not to please the opposite sex. but to excite the envy of their own, the wearin" of sii.tiua inu.L i.ui ui Ha t'ucei. Anouier woman may be very covetous of her ri val's diamonds, sables and old point ; but she could only feel contemptuous toward the paste, the dyed rabbit skins and machine-made lace that do duty fur the good old treasures. Gentlemen, too, are not readily taken in by imitations; the sportsman recognizes the mock fur or leather, and most men in society under stand good lace and the diff erence be tween paste and diamonds. There is no greater snobbery than that shown in the pretension of modern dress; and no false ness mote easily seen through than that of sham finery. A true gentlewoman will only wear what is genuine ami good of its kind.no matter how modest and unpretending that kind may be. Makkiace i.n- KrssiA. There are but cry few old maids iu Iiussia, because the Russians are marrying people, and dispose of their children very early. In the middle or lower classes, men marry at twenty w hen not drafted by the con scription ; in higher aristocracy a young man goes the "grand tour" before set tling down, but be is often betrothed to a young lady not yet out of the school room before starting, and he weds her immediately upon his return. The great redicule attached to the title of pinster, when not borne by a nun, has possibly something to do with the un willingness of ladies to bear it. When a girl has reached the age of twenty-five without hndmg a mate, she generally ots out on wht she calis a pilgrimage, if poor on a round of travels, if rich ; tnd in either case she turns up some years later as a widow. Widows areas plentiful as spinsters are scarce; and widows whose husbands were never seen are more numerous than the rest. JT'quette forbids any illusion to a lady's ifa.I husband in her presence, and this t : erhaps, sometimes convenient. , A Tixcliar Method of Dvino. Tv accident, savs a correspondent, I dis- covored that the acid of waste red cur rant skins in water turned a piece of black muslin a bright orange. In that water a valuable dress that had been dyed a hideous purple, on being dipped several times, became a very beautiful and rare brown. ' Do vou call that clothes?" sternly de manded a British customs official of the woman who had sworn that there was nothing in hertrunk but clothes for her solf and husband, and as he spoke he pointed to six bottles of brand v. "Yes," she raid softly, "Those are his night :aps." Nothing is easier to men of genius, nothing more certainly a proof and pari of it, than to compose what raises men's wonder and admiration ; nothing more difficult than to show them distinctly the simplest and most obvious truth. - The genteel tramp mounted the land ing and rang the front doorbell. "Would you be fro kind," said he, as the mistress of the house made her appearance at the door, "to exchange this piece of pie for a coujile of soft boiled eggs and a cup of coffee? "I am of a dyspeptic turn, and this is the ninth quarter of mince pie that I have tried to go through this morning. I can't stand it ; it's too much of a sameness. If you accept my propo sition, you can also have tbe satisfaction of telling the neighbors that Mrs. Rob inson, across the street, uses allspice in stead of cloves, and that the under crust very slack baked." The temptation was great, and tne gemoei tramp nan lis eggs and coffee, and a large triangle of frosted cake as a bonus. That is TfiE Biiii.e Like? It is like a urge beautitui tree, v-meii Dears -weei fruit for those who are hungry, and at fords shelter and shade for pilgrims on their way to the kingdom of heaven. Jt is like a cabinet of jewels and pro- i.nts stones, which are not only t,o lie ookod at and admired, but used and worn. It is Mke a telescope, that brings distant objects and far-oil' things of tho World very hut, so that we can see something iheir beauty and importance. ft is like a t reasuro-house, a st ire-house, fur all sorts of valuable and useful things. And which are to be bud without money and without price. It is like a deep, broad, calm-flowin. river, the banks of which are green and flowery, where bird.-tsingand lambs play and dear little children are Joving aud lu;-;-y.J A Simple Insecticide. Hot alum wafer the best insect destroyer known, l'nt the alum into hot water and let it boil till it is all dissolved; then apply the solution hot. with a brush to all cracks, closets, bedsteds, and other places, where any insects are found. Ants, bed bugs, cockroaches and creeping thing. are killed by it ; w hile it. has no daiigei poisoning the family or injuring the prupuity, in in it of GROWING OLD. Just llfty years have come and gone. Since we were children, bright ttnd gay, Kaciin; December's licet -y snows. Or plucking ilowers that grew 111 May. How swiftly old Time's s:imls lutve run Iinwii through his liour-Inss day by day, While we have heedless strolled along And knew not we were growing cray. V es, dear wife, we are growing old ; We note the marks in eilher fiiee; Our children, full of life and love, A re growing up lo take our place. We climbed the summit hand in huml. And joined the crowd that blocked the way Together hand in hand we'll go. While both our heads shall turn to gray. The oor grow rich, the rich grow poor. And mankind struggles on for gold; We've seen bow riches changed their hearts And made them all grow proud aud cold. We've bad our share of lickle wealth, A ud sighed to see It pass awny ; We've ballied, too, to hoard aud save, 'In! 1 1. itlj our heads have turned to gray. And now. dear love, let's turn aside. And pluck the flowers that never fade. Lean ou each other down the road. Till our last debt to Nature's paid. The good we do may net be great : Twiil light our path and smooth Hie way, While journeying toward the goal. And while w e're growing old and gray. W. R. S. Self-Confidence. All human power, in order to be available, must be associated with a cer tain degree of self-confidence. Many a timid child postpones his first attempt at walking simply because be lacks tht courage to exercise an ability which lie fully possesses ; and many a man lets a noble scheme and grand enterprise fall to the ground from the same cause. Vanity and self-conceit are such disa greeable characteristics, and so frequently accompany such an inferior grade of knowledge and power, that in justly visiting them with contempt and repre hension we are disposed lo forget that there may be an opposition extreme of self-depreciation and distrust which may paralyze effort, and render latent powei ut-ti'nv useless. There are some who never seem lo believe themselves capable of anything; (hey see others press forward to attempt and achieve, and shrink back inco a despondent inactivity. Having no faith in themselves, they undertake nothing, and etlect nothing. If they are convicted of some fault or bad habit, they have so liitle hope of being able to cure it that they scarcely make an effort. If some avenue of usefulness and honor opens up be five them, they draw back, almost sure that they should not succeed, and decline to enter. If some duty presses urgently upon their conscience, they try to quiet its prompt: fugs by pleading inability. Thus tt lives pass away in uselessness, their faculties do not develop, their characters do not improve, their abilities are wasted, they dwindle into insignificance, and all Ibis not for the lack of power, but for the want of a confidence and courage that would set that power into good, practical working order. There are certain obstacles iu every path that can only be overcome by the presence of this confidence. There are outward hindrances to encounter, opposition tc meet, difficulties to surmount, prejudices to sweep away, the very presence of which will terrify and appal the waver ing and despondent, while they will melt awav before the firm dignity of self-respect and self-reliance. There art also, the innumerable obstacles fron within, inclinations to curb, passions U restrain, desires to guide, temptations U resist ; these also need not only the power to deal with them, but a confi dence in that power that can alone make it euective. How then is this much needed quality to be acquired? With some, doubtless, it is inborn, and is natural ns the breath they draw. It is seen in the firm step, the erect carriage, the determined eye there is no shrinking from difficulty, but an eagerness to cope with it; no pleading oil' from duty on the ground of incapacity, but a full reliance on the o'nlity to perforin it. Sometimes, i' deed, this may be exaggerated, and an overestimate o'f self may tinge the char acter with conceit, an extreme to be equally avoided. The evils of the one extreme, however, should never blind us to those of the other, and a true self confidence is perfectly consistent with true modesty. He who knows his own power, and believes iu it, will be likely also to know its limits, and we usually find that the boasting and assumption, w hich is so offensive to t;ood taste, pro ceeds rather from n desire to impress others with an exalted opiuion of self than from any dignified and well grounded self-reliance. Much mav be done for the vounr in this respect. As a general thing, we are too chary in praising and encouraging their efforts, too free iu criticisinir and deprecating them. Many a child's powers, in various directions, are thrust back into inactivity by the cold, unap- preciative reception they meet with. Children quickly adopt the sentiments of their elders, and soon learn to put the samevfllue on theirown powers that others do. The parent, the teacher and the employer can easily teach lessons of self-depreciation which may cling through life, and prevent the develop ment of powers that under more favora ble auspices, might have proved a bless ing to the community. Or. on the othei hand, by cheerful encouragement and wholesome commendation, they mav nourish many a tiny germ of ability anil talent, that may one day come to le a mighty lnllueiico in the world. Constant and perseverini; effort is the host cure for an unhealthy self deprecia tion, lie who thinks that he can accom plish nothing, and makes no endeavor. will soon destroy whatever abilities be may possess; indolence and sell-disparagement go hand in hand and act and react, each on each other. But noble inns and steadfast industry w ill give a truer estimate of self nnd its towers mil thov in their turn will rapidly de velop and improve under the sunshine of a firm and well grounded f-elf-confi- lence. Activity is the essential condi tion of growth, and growth is the only sure token of life and power. What ought not tj be done, do not even think of doing. A man who don't know anything will tell you it the first chance he gets. While learning adorns a man, let us remember that truth ennobles him. A man's own good breeding is the best security against other people's ill man ners. . Blessings on the head of him or her who laughs the blues out of a weary heart. . Virtue requires no other recompense than the tribute of sell-approbation and respect. He that does a base thing in zeal for his friend burns the golden thiead that tics their hearts together. The wealthy miser lives as a poorman here ; but he must give account us a rich man in the day of judgment. Style is on'y the frame lo hold our thoughts. It is'like the sash of a window a heavy sash will obscure the light. The reputation of a man is like his shadow gigantic when it precedes, and pigmy in its proportions when it follows him. Heaven's gates are wide enough to ad mit every sinner iu the universe who is penitent, but too narrow to admit a sin gle sin. . . . No man, for any considerable period, can w ear one face to himself and another the multitude w ithout finally cotting bewildered as to w hich may be true. It is true in matter of estate, as of our garments, not that which is largest, but that which fits us best, is best for us. Be content with such things as ye have." The growth of the nails is more rapid children than in adults, and slowest the aged; goes on faster iu suminei than in winter, so that the same nail which is renewed in one hundred and thirty-two days in winter, requires only one hundred and sixteen in summer. The increase of the nails of the right hand is more rapid than those of the left ; moreover it differs for the different lingers, and in ord.tr corresponds with the length of the finger, consequently is the fastest iu the middle linger, nearly equal iu the two on either nide. this, slower in the little linger and slowest in the thumb. The trrowth ol the nails on the left hand requires eitditv-two days more than those of tht right." A fashionable young lady accidentally dropped or. e of her false eyebrows in the opera box, and greatly frightened her beau, who, on teeing it thought it wa3 his mustache. est 4u Bold our T..1. If. .1. I.K-rtlili's, hikI J. Fa. v Tho Fake lost and Shoe Store STILL AHEAD! SPBING-OF 1879. IheC KVER SEEN' MEIT'S BOOTS I'll mi (lit' ( lieai et Flow Sliorfl lo tin t iticiniiHii LADIES', CHILDREN'S AND MISSES' SHOES IN EVERY STYI.B, At Prices Away Down ! CALL AM) SHE Foil YOfRSELVES. l-yoU CAN. S AW E y buying of nu, IhniiiRNOmrm nENTSi.rOLEHK-IllREtop.lv, Imaml will Bell CHEAPER tt.H.l llit.ste wku Lave l.trttVi.-r cXie...-B. tir REMEMBER HIE 1'LACE- Si'ii of -tlie Bio- Boot, HIGH ST., BET. MAIN & WALNUT. JNO. C. RITTENHOUSE. May 15, IsTtl. THCBCST THE WORLD SOLD BY 61500.00 BtWARB 0p NOTICE c"fOsDE4URSANDDgfAlRAc PUTS. FOR PARTICULARS WhiteSewing Machine Co ehapest and Best IN II ll.I.SIil !;. SHOES Finest ilf I; maimiat lurr ml lu!li Cunlotu-liiydc aud RJ3-0 WE Y niy'Slf SO SIMPLE .WARRAHTCO Cleveland, ohio. iy3w4l.:.. J-T-WAIiilEIJ & GO. 64 & 68 W. SECOND ST. CINCINNATI. Foreign and Domestic dried and canned Fruits and Vegetables. Canned, dried and salt Fish. Pickles, Sauces, Oils and Condi ments. Soup Btuffs, Baking Powders, ground & whole Spices. Toilet and Laundry Soaps. Seeds, Jellies, Preserves, Fancy Groceries and Grocers' Sundries. Stock -unparalleled in theTTest. SEND FOR OUR "GROCERS' MANUAL" Bj.atlyn&co says a Boston v blood ounller. Hvuriiitt uf tin inaiiv womlrrfitl cures at'Ur uH oMht rt'uu-dics liatl faiMl, I vis ited ttie ljilHrtnry, and convinced mysHfof Ut ffenu1in niril. it is prepared IVwni burts, roots, and herbn. each of which is liiMy ell'ect ivf, and they ure 'omKundcd in mirn a luau ner as to produce aat.iuishiiiy rcsulLa," VEGE' Is the great Blood run tier. VEGETifJE Will cure the worst owm wf Scrofula. Is recommended by physicians and apotbe carieu. VEGETIE Has effected some marvelous cures in cafiee of jcted some marvelous c r. Lancer. VEGETifJE le worst cases of Canker. VEGETIFJE Veets with wonderful success in Mercurial dl- eases. VEGETIFJE Will eradicate Bait Itheum from tbe system. tdlcate Bait Itheum from tbe VEGETIFJE ReiuoToa Pimples and Humors from the face. VEGETIFJE Constipation and regulates the Cures Constipation and regulates the bowels. VEGETSiJE Is a valuable remedy for Headache. VEGETIFilE Will cure I dyspepsia. VEGETIFiE Ref tores tne entire system to a heauhy condi tne entire system to a : VEGETIF tion. Removes the cause of Dizziness. FSFJ Believes Faintness at the Stomach. VEGETIF Cures Pains in the Itaclr. ins in the Itaclr. VEGETIFJ ly cures Kidney ConipU; Effectually cures Kidney Complaint, VEGETIFJE Is effective in Its cure of Female Weakneus VEGETIFIE Is the great remedy for General Debility. VEGETIFJE SPRING MEDICINE. VEGETINE Prepared by II. It. STEVENS, Iiostou, Mass. Vegetine is Sold by All Druggists. inr.jw&co Sicls Headaches Positively Cured by inese Lime run. They also rel ie v Dia tress trom Dyspep sia, IndiKeLiOti and Too Hearty Katun? A perfect ri'inedy t'n lM..iness, Nausea. I irowsjiieHM.Had Taste in the Moiilii, Coated Tongue, Pit i il in the S;de, Ac. They re.ll !:ite the liouds and preveiit i 'oiistipation an.1 P.les. The smatl ( mi ly one pi It a dose, 'labie. Price cents. and easiest to iM;t iu a vial. 1'nreiv Y by all Dru-iisln. CARTER MEDICINE CO., PropVs, Erie, Pa, Fivff Vlalrt bv miil for one dollar. )yl iyiitAc Doom AcaverliMiiu Vny ? How can the world know a man ha a jjood thing unlerfu he advertises por-Hc-.-iou ot il i Counk lii tt Vandkkkii.t. S. M. l'FTTIN J 1 l li nnd o., 10 Statu Street liuslull. Ill I'urk !. Nl-W lUlRi ami 'H llt-Hl llltl Sirrt, I'hila.lelphiM, uie a.nhi.rize.i Aenis for pro- cinim ad vit tinmen 13 fur the News in the aliV( cities, and authonz d to foil 1 rati fur ttdteiti&ing at lowest rate. Eniigration Bureau of Pcnn'a. MtKtKK. Vrtt Hfirnt.art. MiIIh, Ppnn'a W. KTLll'liI.i:i:. Sic... t( .Miiillifll.l St., fata. A. S. 'I HillSNK.Trm.-lii.K Af't.-inil t'.ir. S..L-. II. lluWMAN, Alf Tl!ii..-n.il:ll'il Miii.ii '. i . rVntit:A tlirinvT lutormrltloii coiirtM'liil.P' Ijiiirt, ll'iitn"-, ll'iim sl tiJ, rnulc-s t.t iravt-l r.-tti- ol irMti'jfrtnM.iii -lii-nltl jl unr.- :tdilr;i H. 1H1WMAN hi KtV. A. Si. l'llnl;NH, Kilitur Mill&idluwD l;olew, li'uuliurid Mul, lltttlcr t'o.t ludrlJit ii mm MEGETK" CARTERS tillVER 5 PIILS. w t N it 4 1 ol all at $1 BENSON'S Cnpcinc Plaster. A roitOl'S ri.A.TKR which was invented to overcome the rcut objection ever found To the old style of I'orous Flat rs. That op Slow Ac tios. lMi!on'!t t.'ttjtciite Poroim Planter actH at once, relieves pain immediately and cures where other piasters and liniments will not relieve. For LAME EACK, "WEAK BACK. RHEUMATISM, Spinal Cowi'laint and Krtlnstf bixeaMf!. and all local aches and pains, it is simply (he be-t remedy ever invented. Its irreat merit is recognized by phy . iciftns everywhere. Tne inanulaeturers were awarded the highest and only medal given to plas ters at the leiiicnnial. Caution. Kucli trcnuine Benson's Capcine Plas ter tins the word Cain-hie cut through it. Take uo other. Sold bv all l)rui?ts. Price, 2fi cents. SKaUI HY Jc jOHNsON, Proprietors, jy:Hw4nAco iii Plait St., N. Y. D! A f!HP and okuans. $i,iui Pi- r IMS j JQ anos only $J2.0O ; fc;7u Oiiiii.i on. ; Organs only ST3.75. Tre- ini iiilnim fiin-fini riming the Miitnotuner month. tluvinir been M.KiTKi) MAYOR of niyeiiyand entrusted with it- houds fhonid bt; suftVient protf of my nponsihiiity. Latent circulars and lllus tnited "'" ner frrr. Address w4 DANIEL F. ItKATTY, Washington, N: .1. A Grsat Cffsr! - iuxt upward, not uffd "imIimI. NKVV HANt.S yi'iii , ii.ntil a m-w: warr mill OU.iANS at KXTKAOUDINAKV LOW nrir lures... Citl!ili'Hes maili.'U. HOUACE VVATKftS, Ap'l, 40 E:i;-t I It h St., N.Y. .. iinx, 35.iv. 4 $1200 fSi lnrn in LSi .liiv on IOn invented. Oilii-jHl IHi.rrtH and itiforiua. ii.i. Ire. iakv iirniili wi'cklv on stork (.)ri(.i.. at fl'i tof.in, Artdiw T. KVrrkK WKltilTl- Jt CO., Baukcre. JA Wall fit., N. V. wi Sanford's1 The only combination of the true Jamaica ttmtrcr with choice Aroma? ics and K'lcucli P. randy i.ir 'liolera. Cholera Morbus, ( 'ramps and Pain-, I'iurrluea and dysentery, U. spepsia. Flatulen Jamaica cy, H :int ot I one anil Activity in the stomach ami t-owels. and Ginger. avoiding the dangers of Change oi Haur, rood and i innate. Ask fur SAXFOKD'S JAMAICA GLXiiEK. w4 MIAMI UNIVERSITY- School for Tti iy!. fie-opens September lh. Four nuffcs nt study. o neitcr ejuippt-d School in America. '"r attitli-nii' aiiirf ISAIAH TKl K T, A.M.,) Principals, BYKON F. MAKr-H, A.M.," Oxford, O From Hon. M. VV. Ueivkh. 'I consider itequal to the her whool in the land." r rom liev. I'avio mvinu. "I give it as my rainn-ci opiniou turn it win aoon be known as the best Academy in the Middle States." JVl7lll'?P&SON USE THIS BRAND. BEST IN THE WORLD, And better anil health rex than any SAIiERATUS, although answering every purpose of snleratufl. Put up in handsome ami amrenient one-pound faixex instead ot in the nsiml paper package, thus preventing all caking and discoloration ui pack age. One teaHpoonfiil of thia Soda used with some milk equals Four teapootituls of the beet Baking Powder, Having Tweuly Timed its cotd. bee pack age for vuluahle information. It the tea--4pooiiful is too large and does not pro duce good: resuits at tirsi, ute less afterwards. Parties pretermit.' Salerattts Hhould always ask for our "A KM AND llA.MMKli" Brand, same flyle as Soda. juiymAA A MONTH guaranteed. $12 a 'lity made :it hunie by the itidii trio tiH. Capital not required; we will ctart yoa. Men, womea, twys and jcrirli makt money fast er at work for na than at any tliihi? else. The work is licht and pleasant, and such as any one tnii ik j iL'!it at. Those who are wife who see this Doiire will Sfiid us their addrtt.st at once aud pt't fur tlu'iiu-rlves. C-OHtly oudit and terms free. Ntiw is Mi. time. Those already at work are (ay inir up larL'e Htiuirt nf money. Addretw TRUE & C., AiiiMiMa, M;iine. justly I $2; ,h ii A YKAU f'r honesf, intelliirent buni- s mi 11 or fteiitri. New luirtiuens; lijht i k. Addrt'HS Co-OlEKATIVK Auknoy. M:uliHon, 1 ui liana. juziiinlj wco RISLEY' PURE DISTILLED WITCH HAZEL, (K, 11A.MAMLLI.S YIUOINICA. F'q:i:il in ifiiulity to any made, and only half the price tin.. (Millies' rim-, .V, 1 ieves lleadat-he. Toothaehtr, Earache, Sore iliiti: i.uit, i'ainliil Mens- s, N.e-hleeil, Wet Whiter, Asthma, U e. ttiief. ArI ' !(ltn-e- wellniL'f, 1 lien, etc, ('lire.- llnnee, iihIs, liurns, spmiiif. Wounds, li'hftiiiiatiMii, Krywipelas, i Iiilhlains, Yarieoee Vi'ins, N-ur.ilufiH. etc. VTl'KKS I NIVF.US-M, IR.1KIY for INTER NAL ANU KXTKKNAL IT your irnir-.rit has not ot it, have litm order of I he pmprietor. CllAlil.KS K. KIMT.KY, Wholesale Irui.-t, M Couri!:iiil M New York. jll'-ItimliM AA Tubal Cain. YV' ANTED Acenta far the finest Masonic r-.p.ira1. mj fvr piinnsnen in mm couiury. EiiL'ravi-d n Nu-W iu the liiirliest stvie of the art. None hut thoritiit'hly pi is ted Mason who will ...: ..... . iltt , rrlr lT,.r nartin. irit-u 1 l...ir ..11 1 iri t ini til I hp work. Kl ftIrt ftfM (iedcrintiv.' rirciilars apply to the pub- liei. BRADLEY & CO., j liw Ik fc6 4lti St., 1'hiUdelptiia, Pa. BOWEL COMPLAINTS PERRY DAVIS' PAIN-KILLER QAf -r'',r thirl v-iiine years it has QQ X lad no equal iu curing cases IQ I t ClIOl.tKA, ( HOLKtiA WOKBLS, DliKKUltA, aiid bow Ki. iiiM eLA t n t. i'lirin the summer mould.- eerv hoiir-.-hold bhouid have a bottle Dear hand tm uurmdiate uso. Prk Stic, Nc., and pet buttle, bold tverj ftheie. jv31w4ba RAILROADS. SCIOTO VALLEY RAILWAY. Taking effect Monday, .May 19, 1379. Trains will run an follown : GOIN'O SOPTH. Express Leaver Columbus I'M am: airive Circleville 8 ChiUimthe 9 47, Waverly 1" 42 a nt, arrives at Portsmouth on m. Mail leaves 'oiimbus 3 'V p m; arrive Cir cleville 4 .fi7, Chilli. othe ."i , Waverly ft ar. iw-s at Portsmouth i p in. Kn"t Freight aud Accommodation- Leaves ( 'hil licnthe f Ka m., arrive Waverly 17 a m, Porla inouth 9 2t a m. ooiNfj north. Mall Leaves Portsmouth 4 m am; arrive Wa verlv IS Chillicoihe 6 IS, Circleville t, Coiuiu bus 8 (. Express leaves Portsmouth 12 15 p m; arrive Waverly 1 40 p m, Chillicothe A :t7 pro, Circleville 3 ;t;i p m, Omanlm 4 .v p in. Fast Freight and rtccnminmlalion Leaves Ports mouth 4 15 p m; arrive Waverly 6 4, Chillicothe 8 :iu p in. All trains daily except Sunday. Connections at Columbus with P. C. ,y St. L. Ky. for Philadelphia, Baltimore. Washington Ciiy and New York, tor Chicago, Indiaiia(olit, St. Louis and alt western points; for Cincinnati, Dayton and points on Little Miami Division. With B. A O. K. R. for Chicago, Baltimore, Washington, Newark and Zinesville. With C. C. C. & L R. K. frr Cleveland and Uuhalo aud points north. W it b Columbus A- Toledo K. K. for Delaware, Toledo, Detroii and the west. With C. S. & C. K. H. tor London,. Spritefield, Sandusky and Cincinnati. WithC. Mi. V. C. K. R. for Cleveland and Mt. Ver non Al t irclevillewith C. A M. V. It. K. for Lan caster. Xancsville, Washington (.'. H., W ilniinytnn aud points west. At hi'licothe witi M.. Ii. K. for Camden, Athens, Cincinnati and intermediate points. At Waverly withN. J. & P. U. R. tor Jack son. At Portsmouth bv Steamers for Ironton, Pnme- roy, 4alIiolis, Maysvilie. and UunfinL'ton, con- nectirur wit h hesapeake tv- Uhio k. U. t-r iiar lottesvtlle, GordoiiMille, Vs., Richmond, a., and all points in South-Atlantic stale:. GKM. CIIA.NDLF.lt, J. B. PETERS, General Ticket Aeent. Superintendent. my ?y t f 0 TIME TABLE. (To take effect Thnrediy, May 8, 1ST ) O oing Sout h . l.ea e. Anive. (JtoiQN'orth. Nr.. 1. . HIatious. Si -i. "No K M. 6 i(l 6 37 5 47 5 59 6t 6 14 o m t. .14 r. 4t 6 !a A. M. 10 I'O P. M . V. M. H III M. C. June. I so I.anville Pike 1 2'i 1UD7 in 17 10 Ml in ;;s 1I4I li. r 11 "4 11 l.i ShacKd-on's 113 8 ?3 Cix-hraD'6 1 l 8 11 Srrau'htnut l:iS2 Sir CV.ll man '3 12 40 Ta) li.iKvill-) U j 749 Muwntown li' ii 7 I. utility Line 1 J I . iirflh.ia 1-i li. T ii '. Arrive ('. & E. K'v fii'not.) r.eaie. Trains will ruu ou Tueriduvs, Thureduys aod Sat iu'lay. Trains point? S-.tirh fonnct at Sardinia with eat and vert hound train ou inci.iunfi tfc Ksst ern Railway for Winrlit'st.'r, Uncasll-, Mr. Or.-b, S;.h-ni, William huri;, Alti.n, Balavia, Smth Mil fnrd, New Kicliiniind, Ni'.vt iwu, It.-itH. ia . I unc tion (Pitlt.nrr, Cincinnati A M. Louir K y), and Cincinnati. Trains troinff North leave Sardinia on arrival nf fiuciniati & Kastcrn acei.ninioi1i.thiu and ei prest. Train No. uitiL' Norlti ruakt.!? cl..si- con nection at M. & Junction will. ue-t-l.oii.id train on Marietta Jt t'incinnali R. K. for Lvnch- burir, Weslhoro, li'Hiicliester, i.ovt-lanil, Cincinna ti, Ureentield. Cliillieothc, aud all point ou the Baltimore & Ohio li. "K. U.S. BKLL. F. .1. PICAP.D, President. mylStf Superiuteudc-nt. M. & C. AND H. & C. RAILROAD Sew Time Table, Commencing lluudar. Iov. IH, 1H7S. liOiNCI EAST. CM1. and Cin. Hi'Mxiro St. Lonil Trains Leave Cincinnati,.. IiOveiaud Piiancliester. . Mail. Express.Aceom. Express. iiii Kin am S2nri luiuri 7 Si. 8 14 1. 113 9 W 4 Ml 11 19 ' lo no B 43 " 6 54 " 6 IK. " 6 22 " 6 44 " sin 6 39 " 6 46 " 7 12 " li ; West tx.ro . . I.ynchhurg... 8 5 " kltssell's 9 IS ' Ar iiillsboro, 9 40 " New Vienna. 8 M 10 33 10 45 lo t'l 1! 10 12A M 141 " li 16 " 1 Oil ' 2 ii-j 3 19 ' 4 33 " 6'20 " N. Lexington 9 t " Leesl.uri? 9 14 Greentifcld 9 3S ' Chillicothe. .. 10 Ml " Haniden 1H Wp Athens 1 44 " ArParkersby 3 30 " 12 1H r M 8 12 " 1 30 " 2 44 " 4 05 " GOING WEST. Chll. &U. Cin. Pant Line. Mail. Acc. Express. Parkersburg.lo 'is a m 7 45 1" is ir a It M " 1 0.iA S 2 22 " 3 11" 3 42 " 3 47 ' 4 ol ' 4 37 " 5I7 " t-M)" Athens .11 .V. 9 29 " 11 04 " luom 2 01 " 2M " 2 33 " 2 M. " 3 3o " 4 17 " 6 45 " Hamden. . . Chillicoihe Greenlleld. ... 1 12 PM .. 2 41 . . 3 M " .. 4 1.1 " BOOur fi no " S is " .14 " t 51 " 7 38 " S 22 " 9 45 " Lc-eshnre N. Iyexni-'.on 4 us New Vienna. 4 lu Blanchester. . 4 M Loveland 6 27 Ar Cincinnati 6 40 HILLS BORO AND CINCINNATI. Accom, Mall. Leave Hillshoro 44 Kussetl's 44 Lynchburg 4 Vesthoro 44 Pilanchester .. . 44 Loveland Arrive at Cincinnati. . . C 30 a. M. . 48 44 , 7 03 4- . 7 17 44 . 7 3 44 . 8 22 44 . 45 44 1 50r. . 1 12 44 2 32 44 3 02 44 4 51 " b 27 44 40 44 VICTORIOUS! HIGHEST & BEST AWARD And Grind Uedai cf Honor. Economy, Durability and Rapidity combined with perfect work, Aie Distinguishing Futures of the celebrated Giant Farm asi Waretanss Fans, MADE BY A. P. DICKEY, Racine. Wis. Now having many are improvrmenrj, they are fully qualto every demand ; cleaning ail kinds ot" Grain, Peas, Beaut, Castor Beans, Corn and Small S-ed-They grade WheU peilecUy by t-nce handling. Sep arate Oats irom Wheat, Barley and Rye. They have very perfect arrangements l".r cleaning Timothy Clever, Max Sed, Orchard Grass, and all other Small Seeds. 'J hey Chad" perfectly, and combine every qualification required to do the best work u the shortest tune. Warehouse, as well as Farm Mills, are largely con- true ted, both kindc requiring nine sizes to accom modate the demand, and Riving a capacity of from 50 to 500 bushels per hour, according to size of mill. They are shipped, boxed for ocean transportation, and "set up' or "knocked dwn" for forwarding inland, as requested; and in all cases put tree on board Cars T Steamer. Orders filled same day as shipped "knocked down" go for half the freight charged as when forwarded "set up." Oleo graphs and Circulars supplied on application. Prices will be quoted loiu and on liberal terms. Carre p on deuce solicited. mylmGcws THE or1 coijonADo. Capital, $2,000,030. 2oo,oco Shares Par Value, $10 per Share. UNASSKSSIBLE. FI LL PAID. Daniel J. Splane, J. L. Thompson, Pres. Sen. OJire fl Broadway, Xt-w York, The proTM-riy of this Company consists of twelve milieu and minim? locations, hK-ated iu Iakei o., Colorado, iu t tie vicinity of I.eadville, opou all of which extensive work has been done, in all cases exhibiting true tlBure veius, giod pay streak, and well deft i if d lode. Two of the leading minea are well opened np and have at the lowest computation ov.-r TEN THOUSAND TONS OP OHE IN SKiliP. The railroad now under construction will soon he with in a short distance of the property. The I'-ouipauy proposes to sell a portion of its stock at $1.;jo ptr share for the purpose ot more eompletely developing its mines, and tor the elec tion of works for the treatment of its ores. Application for the stock may he made to ttte omVe of the Companv, til Hroudwav, New York. N. B. The Mining' Hi-eord, of New York, the highest mining auttioriry in this, connin, says, Feb. 1st ih79: The principal owners in this com pany are hard-working men, who hy their own la bor have uncowred large hodie- of ore which they now iih t" extract and send to market. Our readers will do well lo make a venture with these worthy men; their money will protethly le re turned to i hem tweiity ioid. The tiiuoies. man agement lias been placed in the care of Mr. J. L. Thompson, ait oilio-r of hit'li shunting iu one of the largest and best hanks in the ( itj. A Pros pectus giving till! particulars sent feee, on ripplfc. tion lo the -M-crelaiy. jul -in:; a d a .TUNU YOl'K JoU VKINT1N TO TILE FJews Office- tn will t'A v ot; io jj 8o. ADVERTISE in ie Highland N e ws ! Atherlii-ing will earn new ch.-ttuimr.-, , Advertising w ill keep old cu-; to diets Advertising liberally anvnys t'a.H, Advertirin:' uithes succe'-'t Advciiirtiiig bffets tonndeLiie, Adverti'Minr .showb energy, Ad VL-rtiriiig aiiuw 3 pluek, Aviv eri i-uig nie;iii 'M i... " A.leriije iii "burn,'' ii vnriise luii!?, Advertise well, Advertise Now. - j k " ml ZEE. T. HELM BOLD' COMPOUND Fluid Extract i PlIA RM. 1 CELTIC A L. A SPECIFIC REMEDY F03 ALL DISEAS For el,ilil v, I.i.sh i,f leinnrv. Tuilispo sition to Kxortion or r.nsintss," Hhortiipsw of Breath, Truabled with Tliotii;Uts of Iiisease., I)ininrsn of Vision, Pain in the Back, Chest ami Ilea.l, Ktihh of lilooil to the Head, Pale Countenance and Dry Skin. If these symptoms are allowed to po on, very frequently Epileptic Fita and Con sumption follow. When the constitution becomes affected it requires the aid of an invigorating medicine to strengthen and tone up the sjstetu -which HELMBOLD'S BUCHU Does in Every Case. HELUE OLD'S IS UNEQUALED Iy any remedy ktionn. It is prescribed by tbe most eminent physicians all over lue worM, m Rheumatism, Spermator. hcea, Neuralgia, Nrevousncss, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Constipation, Aches and Pains. Ceneral Debility, Kidney Diseases, Liver Complaint Nervous Debility, Epilepsy, Head Troubles, Paralysis, Ceneral III Health, Spinal Diseases, Sciatica, Deafnoss. Decline, Lumbago, Catarrh, Nervous Complaints, Female Complaints, &c. . Headache, Pain iu the Shoulders, Congb, DizmeMt, Sour Stoii ai'ti, Eruptions, liud Taste in the .Mouth, l'a.liituuou of the Heart, Paia iu the r'fjn of the Kidneys, and a thou.smd otiirr puinful sytiiptonjs. are the ulT.-quius of Dypeji-sia. HELMBOLD'S BTJCIITJ Invigor ates tho Stomach, And stimulates the torpid Liver, Bowels, and Kidneys to healthy actiott, in cleans ing the blood of all impurities, and im parting new life and vigor to the whole wystem. A single trial will be qtnw sunicient to convince the -most hesitating ot its vaiua able remedial qualities. IPJTLXOHIs $1 00 per Bottle Or 6 Bottle for $5. Delivered to any address free from ob- servHtion. Patients' may rtn.snlt hy letter, re ceiving the same attention aa hy calling. Competent rnysiciatiH uLteiut to correB- poiulents. All Itttera Blioiild be adarosatid to H. T. HELIIEOLD, Druggist & Chemist, Philadelphia, Fa. CAUTION! See that the ptiate Propri etary Stamp is on each ottle. Sold Everywhere! BUCHU BlalieAsys -pare t A M -p j1- s. SALES SA.LSSr.OOMS : Uni:n Square, Nctt Ycrt, 154 State Street, CHICAGO, JlXs. MAM T.U TURi:i:s OF SILVER PLATED WARE. TUAUi:-MAI:K Kolt Sl'W.NS, Kf.r.KS, Jtc, 181 7 Rogers Ercs A I ltn'?e Uuis bive i-jkra ll.u . 1 1 .lliul.'S of AwarJ Hhcncr erlulito.l; hutti iii tins aud ths ultl I 'oiHitrie?. AnJ tho Meriden Critannia Co. are the LARCEST and Best Manu facturers in this lino in the World. Ask your Jtwtlzr j,r tnse O'ooiJs. -ip!7;. I...VCO BR. SANEOED'S nni i ah nnn J 11 lie host and lietiit l.iver aud Boily I'ml in tltc Worhl. LIVES, LUSE3, 8TC.MACH, SPLEEN, BACK ASDKIDSEYS. A3C Imfhitv-eo APPT-iAiirK for ffl.OO to Prevent, ApTie antl Fever, Dumb Aguw, ChllN. Mm Complaint. Bil inni"4, Jawiiilice, TorpHiuy, KnlHrini)nt of the Li vr.iatit title, liitliei tin, I 'vlp-lf. Mch liesUut-he. lirHniou of Wplrtr. lulln. Want af Appetite, Ma lariU IkiMue-A. Knlasrenient of the Jjilwn, A rh l ake. i:htumati-mi. n!ut:, Lmu bu?o, H-iHtit a, Pairin in the Side. Itai k. lUn anil Mu-Mrle. For the Kelit-fof Antlurm, ( -Inrrh. lCronchitit. Uiplitlieri:i. Whooping Cni:!i. Lung; aNo. a ;reat Keliel ui female Weakness and Irreulifcritj. Th One Dollar Pttl ar- within th rcfi at rrrj sutfMrRi. Hich or P-T-r. I'tilt i re, tiiirhiv nwwii Cteht. cuiiLMinime tim best linn-m jJ)Wrtj-4ir H ifrw.l -nLA, ftrtl will pmv '.o-n biai:, Ultl .n Vuis. rui1 r'rniulr. On hm w.rr l a'l itw-i n1 unltr nil oircnmarimcwt wituont inrrfenrtK wtb mrr,.ii rn a mnt. Hy wfuirinu "111 pud rr t u- pit of yunr it4mn:a foa UTS doctor's tumt twitnir naupoi Jrrj(. c-)f rM-t tD tUirncn, initjTw&t ujw itvr-r. prevent Uiliou4. dam. absorb frurn tin ayicm miirtid an-i e n MiftotiM dis. and Dud rJj toiiwL il oa waul curULcla, w oan ieud tuam. Price, fall rejuJar I.lver !ze, 91 enrh. Large Body Pad, rubber back, 92 each. We ftend them by pot. prepaiti, every, where, f:tr and near, if not f 011 ml at voiu Druesiit'm TAKE NO OTIIKK. but iix lu- aiuouut to us, iLi'.A yoa will rrtx-ive tiiht-r fkize oruertf-i by return !!. C. A. CCOK A CO., Chicago, Sole Ageuts for V. S. anil Cauadaa. SOLD BY DRL'GUISTS GKNERAiXY. Tan (Vehattrk, Hteveaaoa A ., Waoleala XkrutevlatM. X aliuKt supply ittc trade at m HJiKlurvri' jpricca mvly :c ,t c Muz Us Ycur Job Work RCCERT CLARKE & CO., lion to Mail Ohdkrs for ho.k3 ami MntioDery. T!i!r Caliiin;'JfS sua Month iy Buiivtm of Ner IlMk4 iil i munl verv con vnifKt tri sei-H-tmy boitlts to piiH'lta-. e-ipo.-i.iily to peraOU3 Uviiil i diTtauce from lurge biksLorps. VALUABLE CATALOGUES. The following art $nt o lAe rtcexpt nf m three -ctt itatap tack.- Asrrlmltnre. Horticulture, Floriculture, Stock, FruiU .. ArcbittH'ture. BuIUluy, Carpentry, TentUa- tioil. t.-. Bolui'-4 Libraries. With nae-itle.l In-lfT. tl ucatjuo.-scifuoeut' 'IcachiiiK, Kiiuerrten, etc. Eoe-inNrinR. -Minim?, Mechajiics, M&nufac- 1 LlffS. !. Fine Art. Drawing, Palntln?, St-alpture, Cer- Juvenile. Hoots fbr the j'ODg'. gits aa-J sirrg!- vomuif. Ijiw. Uort Title Ltet, arranged by Authors Names. Hjuv. c'.it.'iIigGe cf Old, Rare, and Valuable Law 1 MtHltottl,Short Title List, arranged by Author' a Pharmacy, etc. Far Dnnraristst. f enotitM. American firiti tirjtin. Political Kmnomy. Krttanrp, l.eet!tfrtn. etc Krhn.il.-Text ,wk? Iir Soh.H-: ill l oiiyi. Stationery. For tugineer. Bankers, Mercaants; etc. TheoT. rias'fl'! SnM'Tt. Tht fol!oieiff art sent only on rtcript of tht prices .- Aniericnna. GerjfraJ an.l Tornl Hl-sTorr.Traveia. rimif r.ti'liy . t. pfltfo-.- 1'ru', U ct-nt-. General Catalog in 01 etioice b'ks tr the T.i- hrary. Cltt.-iiW-ti. L'-Mtpftee. limo. Prife.S.'icenLa. Law. iMgest of Law 1'uM ic;i tons, Ktporu, etc, JU nsyp. lmo. I'rlee. s cents. MetlicitJ. lnsf-iflpd rit.'tUcne of American and rtrrtirt t-ii(fu aitJ Surtrlcai Boofc. rcrMnlican Tran-4a'tnts.t-tc. i4pu.f. Li. Price, iiceuu. Letter of lVfratrtr meet wruh prompt attention, ROBERT CXAFKF A CO.. ' PuUialicrb iiuj Hoi.k-e(lt r, ." - Cl-NCI-NiLATLOW CRAY'S SPECIFIC MZD1CINE, fRADE MSRiC Th f.rcif Ei.l'-TRADE MS-?! pnun; uy Jt raii cjtliy cure ai.y ,t f ery Crtc of Nfrvo'i! r- ri if fy V"fik' ncff, n--nlt ot 1ml:. crt'titm. rx(i,!'.i a nr ovtrwtrk (if" tiCiQZQ LlrliTlTlie lr:iin ncr- herfectiy hjrnij"s. acts lik'j maic. and ha been exh'ti si v i-iy u.-cd for o't.T thirty y;ara with gret suci-e-?. pfirficnlnr- in our pamphlet, vhich we deir to -i-h'i fn-e hy miii (. evtry on.'. lrThe rip'-'-itic lflirinc is sold by a.l liniL'iri-tt ni $1 ptr pa'-.kit';, ur six p:ifka'-s fur $", or ill he !eut tree iy mail 01 r-Tfij- ot the moin-v bv a-Mrc-win TUB (..KAY XtKDU INK Co.. Mechanic-' Llock. Dktkoit, Mich. J"7SoM in Hilboro by W. a, biuiin A nf and hy .ill druistd everywhere. u!9yl FOUTZ'S HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS V." ill enre or rrernt Piat-e. No HnitsB will ilie f ( olio. Rors or Ll sa Tn tkii. j f r-vitz's Pow-icrs are UM-d n tln:. F'HiLz'sl'ow lcrs wil i cur an-l prevent iioo Cholkh. Klutz's Powl.-ra will prrvint Gai-rs is ow 1 , Foutz"9 Powders Will increase the quantity of n.cc an J crvnin twenty per cent, and luiikt; the butler flruj K'Mit.'s Powders w'dl trim or prevent am't kvkkt Dl-RS to inch Hi'iM s an. I ; 1:1 if are ; U rt. K'.irTZ'S POUMKRJ WlLLtilVB SaTIHKACT tO.. OiAsl cvcr a li- iv. lAVil E. FOTTZ. Proprietor. BALTI&LUKS, iad. ii-.i.k-vli: m a m r vcti r.Kii or iiaim:snsai)I)les ASK ItPtlKK IN Al l. K!NIW HP HOnSE TRAPPINCS. I'riri .t )k a- ;tnv iMMe m t n- '".Miijirv. Harness from S5.50 Up. Seud lor circular. No. Us Muiu Si., t in inrmlir 1im. jy I i w V F A A U KKK in your own town, and no tpiial r..-Ui d. .ti c.iu jiie Tto l!iHine-s : :r,ni wiili. nit e. teiise. 1 nt? I.tt op'triiii ily rsrr ollcred tor liooe wuiir'jTt work. ou fhouij ry nothiri" ei-e mini vrm se for nre)t wtia y..n 11 n -n the hn-i-lies wc oii-t. No rik.m to cb niii Vou . in tlfVoU- a. otir time ur ituiv .mr t iuie to the fcu- iite-'-, ai:d m iXc r'at p-iv tor eeiy h'Hir th'it you hoi k. W omen in as rniitti tnert. SVnd iof i-pccinl tf-nn inl iiirm utufS win,, ii e ciii! trw. f. 0';t lit free. I'ou t coiu- l.Ntii o .-r.i tunes v.!ie vou h.tve-U' n a A.ldrw-t ii. fl-VLLKl i X )H1 VVAtilril rnii.ieliiii-lT. S.- -nfi t'n v mt. n.t'M f !-rn r--I -it rity O wi .iiiritl.ni' tain 'I ( "" r'f'i'"'!!'"'". 'liMrea jf.u.p. .-HFKiil.'.N .t hi 1., fc..stc. y llij-AJ obeii.u. Ohio, , I'v7 M After T&izz. here.