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THUr.SAY, V.ARCH 3, 1831. Temperance Column, CONDUCTED BY THE WOMEN'S C. T. UNION, OF HILLSBORO, OHIO. All Communication! Intended for tlil column hould be ddrecoed to Mm. K.J. Thompson, HiliBboro, O. Reeular Women's C. T. TJ. Prayer Meet in? ererr Mondy ft9rnoon, t 3 o'clock. t the Ladies' Temperance Hall, on Main St., 2d story of Mrs. lieed fi Dusiness House, Union Gospel Tetnperauoe meetings are ield in this Hall on Friday evening of each week, beginning at 7 o clock. Orrtout or thi W, C. T. U. Mrs. E J. Thompson, Pres't.; Mrs. Gen'l. Mo- DoreU. Mrs. D. K. Fenner, V. Pres'tR Mrs. J. C. Greee. Seo'T.: Mrs. J. W. Brid- well. Treasurer. Alter the Liquor Sellers. The grand jury at Zanesville re cently found 70 indictments for liq uor-selling-, and Judge Ball yarned the ea'oon-keepers that he would rigid'y enforce the law hereafter, by fine and imprisonment, and close up their places aa nuisances, unless they gave the bond required by kw that they would not sell ille gaily. The grand jury of Belmont coun ty found 66 indictments for liquor- Bfcliing. So the Temperance agita tion is doing some good, although the majority of our legislators are afraid to cive the people a Local Option Law. A Liquor Seller-Sued for Damages. A suit for large damages has been instituted against the Bloomington liouor-seller8 by Mrs. Ada T. Litcb, of that city, for selling to her hus band, who hears the well known character of one of their victims. The case attracts great attention and from none more than the whisky dealers throughout the State. The Journal of Freedom and Bight says of the suit. "It Is no joking mat ter." From every point of view we echo the expression "No joke,' when a woman of high spirit, pride and intelligence is driven to such a sacrifice of feeling. "No jok" when women of such sort, suppoitet' by the best public sentiment and r,ano plied with the majesty of the law, enter the lists against u traffic so abominable and detestable that the world wonders how it ever attained its cresent proportions, and stands eghast when its real horrors are un veiled. So says the Chicago Signal, but we will let Canon Farrar give RUM'S RECORD. He alone by whom all the hairs of our heads are numbered, can count the widows because of drink; the madmen who are mad because of it ; the gray heads that it has made gray; the sad hearts that it has crushed with sadness ; the ruined families that it has ruined ; the bril liant minds which it has quenched ; the unfolded promises which it has cackered; the bright and happy boys and girls whom it has blasted inta shame and misery ; the young and the gifted whom it has hurried along into dishonored and nameless graves. Temperance Items. A local-option law is before the Legislature of Alabama. Delaware moves into line and opens the ball for a constitutional amendment. A Saloon-keeper in Rockford, 111., Las recently been lined i'MO for vio lation of law. Twenty of the richest liquor-deal era in Detroit have been arrested for keeping their saloons open on Christ mas. The State of Tennessee has a law prohibiting the retail sale of liquor within four miles of an incorporated institution of learning. Quite a number of counties in Virginia have recently been carried Jor prohibition under the operation of the local-option law. There are movements in Maine, New Hampshire and Connecticut, in favor of a constitutional amendment for the suppression of the liquor traSlc. The Pearl Street Friendly Inn, Cleveland O,, under the management of lira. W. A. Ingham, is becoming a center of power for the temperance cause in that city. Surely the good cause is moving on, although in some localities the enemy seems to have "come down, having great wrath, because he knowth that he hath but a Ehort time." The Methodist churches in Michi gan were requested to take up a tem perance collection on the first Sab bath in January, to aid the movement for a constitutional amendment in that State. The Iowa State Temperance Asso ciation last month adopted a resolu tion declaring that scientific instruc tion on the effects of alcohol on the human svstem, should be made a part of the course in the public schools. The proprietors of a liquor-store in Brooklyn were recently sued un der the Civil Damage Act by a wo man, for the loss of the services of her husband through liquor, and a ver dict of $750 rendered against them. Bollock County, Georgia, has adopted the local-option law and banished liquor-sellers; the result is that " the jail is empty, the criminal docket almost without a case to be tried, and business much improved." The Methodist Conference of North Carolina, representing seventy-five thousand members, followed the example of the Baptist Associa tion, and unanimously requested the legislature to pass a prohibitory law. Dr. Lyman Beecher once said, should a foreignarmy land upon these shores to levy such a tax upon ns as intemperance levies, no mortal pow er could resist the tide of swelling indignation that would overwhelm it Sam Slick's Opinion. "Whenever a follow gets too lazy to work, he gets a license, sticks his name over the door, calls it a tavern, and nine dances to ten he makes the whole nigtberhood as lazy and worthless as himself." Farm and Household. TALKS ABOUT FARMING. NO. XXXIII. ORCHARD GRASS AND ITS QUALITIES. PREFERRED BY MANY TO ALL OTHER GRASSES. I cannot finish the subject of Clo ver without calling special attention to Orchard Grass Daetylis glohi eratu and had commenced prepar ing an article on the subject, when the following, clipped from the Cin cinnati Gazette, met iny eye, and as it covers the ground so neatly, I give the article entire : ORCHARD GRASS. Our Home and Farm page, for the last four years, has borne frequent and conclusive evidence of tlio great excellence of orchard grass as nn element of good and successful farming. This graRS was transplant ed to England over a century ago, and has been successfully cultivated there under the name of cook's foot, but wc have known it iu this country over sixty years, as one of the best hay and pasture grasses cultivated by the Eastern farmers. It nourish es in all parts of the United States, wherever attention has been paid to its cultivation. It grows readily in the shade, and endures drouth ex ceedingly well, and has the faculty of springing up and reproducing pasture in a few days, in a degree superior to any other kind of grass. Its blossoms are rich, straw tender and nutritious, and its seed pods or bunches very luxuriant. It can be cut for hay at the same time with clover, and therefore it does well, at first, to 60W the two kinds of seed together, though the orchard grass is the more enduring. Meadow oats, grass and clover are often mixed with orchard grass seed for sowing ; half or one bushel per acre of the latter. But if care is observed, and enough of the latter say two bush els per acre is sown, the tendency of orchard grass to "clump"' is great ly obviated ; and if it be frequently mown, the roots tiller out' and cover the ground similarly to timothy or blue grass. When cut for hay, the mowing should be done before the seed is formed ; and it id fine for pasture at any stage of its growth. It is surprising, we think, that Western farmers do not give more attention to the cultivation of this valuable grass. A Bet is easily ob tained by proper preparation of the ground, and all kinds of stock are fond of it. The late Judge Buel, of New York, a famous farmer in his day, said of it : "I should prefer it to" almost every other grass; the cows are very fond of it. It is one of the most enduring grasses we have. Its good properties consist in its early growth, its resistance of drouth ; but all agreo that it should be closely cropped. Sheep pass over every other grass to feed upon it. If suffered to grow long without being cropped, it becomes coarse and harsh." Col. Powell, a late emi nent farmer of Pennsylvania, after growing it ten years, declares it pro duces more pasturage than any othe grass he has seen in America. It is also said that Judge Peters, of the same State, a very eminent Agri culturist, preferred it to all other grasses. Mr. Sanders, of Kentucky, a well known cattle breeder and farmer in the midst of the blue grass region, 6aid of it : "My experi ence has induced me to rely mainly nn orchard crass and red clo- w o tror- inrWd. I now sow no otlier grass seed. These grasses, mixed, make the best hay of all the grasses for this climate (Kentucky). It is nu tritious, and well adapted as food for stock. It is ready for grazing in the spring ten or twelve clays sooner than any other that affords a full bite. When grazed down and the stock turned off, it will be ready for regrazing in less than half the time required for Kentucky blue grass. It stands a severe drouth better than any other grass, keeping green and growing when other sorts are dried up. In summer it will grow more in a day than blue grass will in a week. The best preventive from growing in tussocks, is a good preparation of the ground, and suffi ciency of seed uniformly sown. All that need be added to the above is a word in regard to its fac ulty of renovating worn land, and of keeping up the fertility of land al ready fertile, which is nearly equal to that of Red Clover. The best time to sow is during February and and the first half of March. CLODHOPPER. Greenlawn, Feb. 23d, 1881. Agricultural Institutes. Mr. Chamberlain, the new Secre tary of the State Board of Agricul ture, is holding Agricultural Insti tutes in the different counties of the State. At Barnesville, Belmont county, one of these Institutes was recently held, at which Mr. C. ad dressed a large number of farmers. He advised the farmers of Ohio not to emigrate to the West, and proceeded by statistics to show them the advantages of remaining where they are. He said that a puiely ag ricultural Stale could never hold out the advantages afforded by one that, like Ohio, possesses a mixed system of industries. This was the great and distinguishing feature of Ohio, in addition to her fruitful soil and and healthful climate. There is no doubt a great deal of truth in the above, and farmers of our State, who have the "Western fever," should weigh the matter well before deciding to leave Ohio. By the way, why cannot the farm ers of this county hold an Institute in HiliBboro, and invite Mr. Cham berlain to address t .em ? We notice that he is to address one in Wilming ton, some time this mcntb. TTiTivn Pims The fulluwini' is n good recipe for waxing floors ant tlir method of application. Stir 25 parts of penrlash jn soit water. Keep me iuuiuic ctii-roil mitn ilip pfTrrvesceiice ceases: then remove it from the lire and stir in i parts of finely ground yellow oclier. Jt may now be poured into cans to cool. When wanted for use one part of it is dis .v,.,i ; ;,- r.ort nf lmiliii!' water. Ar- DUl l. 1 1 111 ' " j ... . - i-t . ply warm with a paint brush. It dries iu a few hours, when the floor is polished with a floor brush and afterward w iped with a woolen cloth. It i3 said this wax coating will last for six months with ordi nary uso. Wheat Prospect. St. Loris, Feb. 15. Iu response to inquiries aeut to railroad agents throughout the winter wheat-growing belt tributary to St. Louis, the Pest Dispatch of to-day publishes a report of the acreage, the present condition and prospect of the winter wheat crop. The reports given show that, so far, the damage by the late sudden and severe changes of weath er has been very slight and in only a few localities. The acreage is much larger than last year. The present conditions are favorable and the prospects fair to good. The reports from Illinois are particularly encour aging, and indicate a largo yield of excellent quality. How to Wash. THE METHOD OF DEALING WITH SOILED LINEN AND LACES. As in evreytliing else, so in washing clothes there is a right aud wrong way- to do it, and most people take the wrong way. The clothes are soaked over night, some times iu hard water, a process which surely sets the dirt and other stains, aud then, half-washed, are boiled, and boiled in the vain hope that the steam will extract the dirt. ThatJ clothes thus treated become yellow and dingy is small matter for won der. It would be strange if they did not. Iu washing clothes the right way, the water' used is of great importance soit water being much preferable to bard. Cis tern or rain water is best, next comes rivet aud soft spring water, w hile' iu the lime stone regions far more labor and an extra quantity of soap are necessary to success. Therefore, the farmer who, while supply ing himself with all the newest and most approved appliances lor farming, fails to provide a cistern and pump in or near the kitchen for wash-day use, is, to say the least, blamably unmindful of the comforts of the women of his lamily. People who live in the country cannot have stationary tubs to be found in city houses, but there is no good reason why soil water for washing should not be at hand in all but the poor est houses ; still it is not absolutely neces sary. The loiling of clothes is a wide-spread wash-day error. As we have already said, unless the clothes are well washed it sets the dirt and yellows them. For this rea son all washing machines which depend on soaping the clothes, then boiling or steam ing the dirt out, have proved failure's. How many weak backs, how many female com plaints may be traced to lifting the heavy wash boiler back and forth from, the stove, it would he hard to say. It is altogether mistaken economy to buy low-priced soaps for laundry-work. In the first place more of them must be used ; besides this, the injury done to the fabrics and colors by the itroug chemicals which they contain far more than absorbs the small amount saved in first cost. No soap which will injure the hands ihould ever be used for clothing ; it is sure to do harm in the end. The wringers, which were so hard to in troduce, are now part of the regular wash ing apparatus in every well-regulated family. In order to use them properly, they must be kept well oiled and not set too tight. If they break oil' buttons it is the fault of the laundress. The clothes should be folded with the buttons inside, and thus pass through the wringer. Leave nothing in the "twist'' from wringing, but shake out each piece before throwing into the basket and hang out as soon as the basket is full. Clothes should be on the line as quickly as possible after the rinsiug in bluing water, or there will be danger of some streaks and cloudy-looking places when dry. Much care should be taken to see that the clothes-pins are clean, and the clothes line should always be wiped with a cloth before the clothes are hung upon it. If they the clothes-lines are left in the yard, instead of taking in after using, they will mildew and stain the clothes badly. There is always a fashion in starching clothes. Xow-a-da'vs the fancy is for shirt bosoms and collars and cuffs as stiff as boards, while in all underclothing for ladies and children limpness is the prevail ing mode. Fashionable dressmakers cau tion their customers not to have any ttarch to speak of put into-chemises and corset covers, while stitlly-starched skirts are wholly out of style. Iu ironing, it is of the first importance that tbe.ixons should be scrupulously clean. They should always be carefully wiped liefore putting away, and kept in perfectly dry places. Bees-wax and salt will make flat-irons as smooth as glass. Tie a lump of wax in a rag and keep it for that pur pose. When the irons are hot rub them with the wax rag, then scour with a paper or ragsprinklcd withsolt. The glaze given to collars and shirt bosoms at city laun dries is done with a polishing iron, which is a flat-iron made of highly polished steel. The manner of polishing is to rub and rub the linen with this until it has the desired frlaze is obtained, bnt it is terribly hard on the linen, and collars andbosonisso treated do not last long. A little spermaceti, or a little dissolved gum arable, added to the starch gives a gloss. Some laundresses use sait for the same end, aud we have known a high-priced laundress who buttered her starch, i. e., she added a slice of the best butter to every kettleful. Boiling water will remove tea stains and many fruit stains; pour the water through the stain and thus prevent it from spreading over the fabric, while soaking in milk before washing will always remove iuk stains from any fabric The Cultivation of Celery. To most persons, a stalk of crisp, white celery is an always welcome and delicious "relish." Those who have tried it find properly cooked celery equally pleasing to the palate. Xo more wholesome vegetable grows; and now that it is found to be not only gastronomically agreeable but of high medical virtue as a nervine, its popularity is constantly on the increase. There is no reason why every garden may not have a supply of this excellent vegetable; and The American Cultivator gives some seasonable hints on the best mode of cultivating it on a small scale. Those who only care to raise a little for their own use are advised to buy rather than'raise the plants, as the cheaper way : Land that was heavily manured in the spring and a naturally rich soil is the best adapted to this plant. A few years ago it was thought necessary to dig trenches in which to plant it; now, however, this is abandoned, but it requires very deep tillage, and it is best to draw two furrows, the same as for sugar-beets or mangolds, and set them iu the lottom of the furrow. The land best adapted to it is a moist soil, as it is a salt-water plant. The time to set it out is from the mid dle to the last of July. The rows should be from four to five feet apart, aud the plants separated tea iachc in the row. After the first of September the mi 6lwuJd be drawn up to the plants, to keep them com pact as possible, aud prevent the branches from spreading. The more and oftner they are banked up the better, so as not to cover the center uhoot or bud ; if this is covered the plant will be smothered. There are a number of ditftircut varieties in cultivation, but they difl'cr less iu celery than in any other vegetable. The excellence of this vegetable depends more upon culture than upon variety. About the last of October a trench is generally dug eighteen inches deep and tw elve iu ieg wide, in some dry place where water will not (Stand ; the plant is then lifted with as niiK'h dirt around the roots as possible, that it may keep crisp, and it will continue to grow some. The row, when properly packed. should be covered with boards, over which a lyer of straw or leaves should belaid to keep out the frost, and its preservation fur winter use is secute.t. Map.k Twaix's Eecipe for Sew Ekc. LAND FlE. To make this excellent break fast dish., proceed as follows : Take a suffic iency of rater and a sufficiency of flour, and construct a bullet-proof dough. Work this into the form of a ilibk, with theedgw turned up some three-fourths of au inch, Tougheu aud kiln dry it a couple of days iu a mild but unvarying temperature. Construct a cover for this redoubt in the eame way and of the same material. J ill with stewed dried apples : aireravatc with cloves, Jemou pet) null elub pf citron ; add t.o portions of Kew Orleans sugar; iheB solder en iliu lid and Bet iu a safe place till it )etrilies. Serve cjW tft breakfast aud invite your enemy. liitckleu'g Artiie-ii Kiihc. The I'.kst Salve in Ihe wtirhl for Cuts, lirui.:!, h'ore.", I leers, Salt K'leiini, Fever Soiv, 't'eitiii-, I fc3pj;e.d Hands, Chilblains, Command all kiiiiirf ol iik'.a JCruptiniiH. This Salve is guaranteed to give Mn-hnt. Ratisfaction in every case or money refund ed. Price Cents per Box. For Sale by PEYBERT nov 15t1 Nothing so good for Headache and Dys pepsia m Dr. Mettaur's Headache and Dyspepsia Fills. Price '!' cents. All Druggists sell them. feb.'lw-hUv,co "What are you writing such a big hand for, Pat?'' "Why, do you see that my grandmother is dafe and I'm writing a loud letter to her." A small boy iu Massachusetts, who for the first time noticed a cherry tree in blos som enthusiastically directed the attention of his mother to the "popcorn tree." In the good old times jlie Cither said to his son : "Pay as you go ; if you can't pay, don't go." Xow, judging from results the advice seems to be: "Go as you please and pay if you can." Let me supply the bustles of the women and I will have the largest circulation in the nation !" was the laudable ambition of an editor. But he never thought the whole sex would sit down on it. A Ked-dy Answer Very red-haired pas senger: "I say guard, why on earth don't the train go on?" Guard : "Good gracious, sir, put your head in; how can you expect it to go "on while that danger signal isout?" A little girl aged three went to church recently to see a christening. When on her return she was asked what she thought of the baby, she replied : "It was a good baby; it did not cry when the gentleman washed its head." A shoemaker was arrested for bigamy and brought before the magistrate. "Which wife." asked a bystander, "will he be obliged to take ?" Smith, always ready for a joke, replied, "He is a cobbler, and of course must stick to his last." A young bride who had l)een fashionably educated was asked by her fond husband to attend to the ordering of the dinner, as he shouldn't have time to go to market. It is a fact that she blandly requested the butcher to send home a leg of tongue. "Is this my train?" asked a traveler at the Kansas Pacific depot of a lounger. "I don't know, but guess not," was the doubt ful reply. "I see it's got the name of the railroad company on the side, and I expect it belongs to them. Have you lost a train anywhere ?" A gentleman recently about to pay his doctor's bill said : "Well doctor, as my lit tle boy gave the measles to all my neigh bor's children, and they were attended by yon, I think yon can afford, at the very least to deduct ten per cent, from the amount of my bill for the increase of busi ness we gave yon." s Headache cured for 25 cents by Dr. Mettnur's Headache and Dyspepsia Pills. mar3w4dico New Orleans Women. The New' Orleans woman proper is a Gallic American, or rather an American Gaul. She may never have leeu out ot tliecountry, or even out of the state ; but r .li i i: i . 1. n .. ior an mat sue is au aiieu iu iuc icpuuui; in the sense that she has little knowledge of it aud less care for it and its affairs. If Creole, or Creole descent or affinity, she reads French newspapers, has French habits and opinions, and she is essentially t reucli in mind and manner. She talks English, though she thinks in French ; she is an in habitant of the United States, but a citizen of Louisiana, especially of its metropolis, most of her grand outings being to adja cent parishes. Once in a while she may go to St. Louis or Mobile, or Charleston, or New York, but if she does it is a memora ble event, and she regards it as a Chieagoan, Bostonian or New Yorker would re gard the circumnavigation of the globe, a journey to the interior of Afghanistan or the heart of Alnca. bliould tne ew Or leans woman be young, especially should she be unmarried, she may be graceful, though rarcly'slender in figure, for plump ness and roundness comes very early witn her. She is usually a brunette. Her man ners are, as a rule, superior to her person. It is marvelous what she can achieve with r. bit of lace, half a yard of ribbon or a few flowers. The New Orleans woman is not very substantially educated, but such edu cation as she has she can put to the best advantage. -A cio Orleans ficaiune. Headache, all Bilious Disorders, Dys Densia. and constipation cured bv Dr. Mettaur's Headache and Dyspepsia Tills. Price 2." cents. mar;iw4d&co ITCHING HUMORS, SCALY HUMORS, RLOOD HUMORS SPEEDILY, PERMANENTLY AND ECONOMICALLY CURED WIIEN PHYSI CIANS AND ALL OTHER METHODS FAIL. Catirara Resolvent, the new Blood Purifier, in ternally, Cnticura, a Medicinal Jelly, assictetl ly the Cuticura Medicinal and Toilet Soap, exter nally, have performed the moPt miraculous cures of Itching, Scaly and Scrofulous tfimors ever recorded in medical annate. ECZEMA RODENT. F. II, Drake, Eeq., scent for Harper & Crop., Detroit, Mich., Rives an astonishing account of hia case (Eczema Rodent), which had been treated by a consultation of physicians without benefit, and which speedily yielded to the Cuticura Reme dies. SALT RIIEUM. Will McDonald, 2TA 2 Dearborn ctreet, Chicago, gratefully acknowledges a cure of Salt Rheum on head, neck, face, arms and legs, for 17 years; not able to walk except on hands and knees for 1 year; not able to help himself for 8 years; triwl hund reds of remedies; doctors pronounced his case hopeless; permanently cured by the Cuticura Remedies. RINGWORM. Geo. W. Biown, 4S Madison St,, Providence, R. I., cured by Cuticura Remedies of a Ringworm Ilnmor, got at the barber's, which spread all over his ear Deck and face, and for six years resisted alt kinds of treatment. SKIN DISEASE. S. A. Steele, Esq., Chicago. 111., says: 'I w ill say that before I used Cuticura Remedies, I was iu a fearful state, and had given np all hope of ev er having relief. They have performed a wonder ful cure for me, and of my own free will and accord I recommend them." Cuticura Remedies are prepared by WEEKS & POTTER. Chemists and Druggists, 3rd Washing ton St., Boston, and sold by alt Druggists. Price of Cuticura, a medicinal jelly, "nail boxes, 60 cts.; large boxes, $1. Cuticura Resolvent, the new blood purifier, Jl per bottle. Cuticura Medicinal Toilet Soap, 2" cts. Cuticura Medicinal Shaving Soap, IS cts.; In bars for barbers and large con sumers, r0 cts. All mailed free on receipt of price. Send for Illustrated Treatise on the Skill. J SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE For CATARRH. Clear Ilmd and Voice, Easy Breathing, Choking, no IHstre-im. SdtifonV Radical Curr. Catarrhal Snleent, and i at proved Inhaler, with specific direct foiiH, may now be had of all druggists, uet!y wrapped in one package, for one dollar. Ask for Sauford's Radical Cure. Tlii rrnnnminal. ni'ver-fail'iii? treatment insuntil' c aiies the nasal passages ot rju- 8 trid mu'cu, hubdijes Intfammiitiou when ex- M H t.Mw iur ( tin fii'H. ear intl iLroitr. restores sniel', taste and liearini?, when aifeGtfcd, leaves the heed dcodorizc-d. clear and open, breath ing easy, end every sens-e in a grateiui aud southed condition. Internally administered it cleanses the entire mucous system through the blood, which it purifies of the acid poison always present in Catarrh. Recommended by all Druggists. mch3-jau2 iwr-t Z-v'ts. WEEKS & POTTER, Boston. L'arriiuM4 Lfuft, J'T"S Calisnya and iron. ""to medicine like it for 1 lie Blood, Brain, Nerves and Lungs. New life for func tions weakened by disease, debility and dissipation. Positive pure for Liver, Kidney and iVinar ul&- itteR culties. 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SU' "ill K pal foraraS" 'bey "ViTt r.ot Buii"t'i-,but uasauij (iim rjyif jp lieoiemDpr, uop Mitten i Mtt drunlffD nostrum, but the PurftBt SlHUmeeTi)rmade;tho "MTAUUtT' and HOPS" and no person, or faroUy fJiould be without thtnl. HBHWl f D C.t3 an aluolnfe aud irresistible cure a ' r.jlU.i.'".i.'. pu-;a ue of opium, tobacco anof a - imjvotica. Ail i-l'i by di-ut;iri..t. Send J J tor areolar. Bo, BMttr. t. Cm., f xnctrrVY aid Toronto, r.pt. t m. IIatittr's Innv Tonic Is a preparation of phates, associated with the Vetre table Arcmiatii-s. Kn. (.,!- l hv thr ,M.-lir;i! I'mti-inn. anil ree.uii-liK-iinVd l.y Ihein for lnpeilit, General Debility. fi-Vmnle lUinmM. Want or VitiU ilv, Biervou lrolrullon, ('oiiialcHffnrc from Tftcra aud ttirouie Ciiliiu uud Fever. It .serves every purpuse where a Tonic ia necessary. Manufactured by THE DR. BARTER MEDICINE CO., No. 213 North tM Street, St. Louis. YeiT'rf) DYSPEPSIA. IAr.1l COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, DAYXO' O. Established SO years. Terms moderate. Two weeks' trial free. Please send for circulars. i.iTii:im?i',taoNs Protoxide of Iron. Peruvian Hark and th Phos I I - i- lli24v' TiiSIE THE, THE GREAT a j nLJa tox no rn:. J 3fS "ttu r line runs Thri'ff Throusrti I'tis-GPimi.-r Tram- Imilv tf-t v'-i. 'liiraj-'o, lies Mmiiu'S (.'i.'.im-il lllulK (minim, l.inviihi. St. J(iWli, Atcliis. ni, T.:)- k-i mill h;ii!s:s t'ity. Uiroi-f. roun.-cticm for nil points in K:ni:is, Npbrnk:i, ul!ti!lii. Wyomiiis. Mmilaim, Ne vaiIii. New Me.iu. Arizona, ldalm. On-yon a;ul Ciilifurnirt The fJhortt'Pt, Biw!icst ;:ml Most ( otnfnrta l.lo Koute via limn. ilial to Fort Scott. Ieni-wi, Dullas. Houston, Austin. Sun Antonio, Guhes tn and all points in Texas. The iim-iualel inducement.; otfereil by tlii3 Tltie to Travelers and Tourist?, an- as follows: The. celebrated I'ullmuti (lo-wheel Kuincn Slceplne Cars, run only on this Line. ('.. u. & Q. Fuluea Iiruwiiiif-Kooin Cars, with Ilorton's Reclining Chairs. -No extra ehar?e for Seats in Heclininp Chairs. The f.unous C. rt. Q. Palace Dinitif? Cars. Gonreous Smokinp; Cars fitted with Elsrant Hiyh-Ilneked iautan Re volving Chairs for th exclusive use ot first class passentrers. Steel Track and Superior C.iuipineut. com bined with their Great Thromrh Car Anau-'e-ment, makes this, above all others, tlie favorite Ronte to the South, South-West, and the Far West. Try it, and you will find liaveiin a luxury instead of a discomfort. Throujrh Tickets via this Celebrated Line for sale at all offices iu the Onto! States and Canada. All information about Rates of Fare. Sloen Injr Car Accommodations, Time Tallies, Uc. will be cheerfully given by applying to JAMES R. WOfHX General Passensier Asrent. Clia -ao T. J. I'OTTKK, General Manager, Chicago. feb34-janl tUcsw IT COSTSIIOTIIIflG. A D3APE3Y POCKET ictionary SEXT GRATIS TO V Every Yearly Subscriber TO THE CLEVELAND WEEKLY LEADER. This is the handsomest and most valuable PRE MIUM ever (riven pratis with a Weekly Newspa per. It contains 320 FAOJiS, neatly bound in cloth, piviiiK correet pronunciation, apoliinp and definition of ,ooo HOUHS in the. linglinh language, with many illustrations. The work bus arranged from the Standard Unabridged Dictionary Of the United States, and jmbli.ihrd by the LEAD Ell Pill N'lT-VU COMPANY with the consent u the owners of tho enpyrurht. Every Family, e very Merchant, every Mechanic md every Farmer, should have a copy for handy reference. It Pnefs Wn-fhlnri'f 5'" mbseribo a year 11 uudito iiuminy for tho Meekly Leader. THE CLEVELAND LEADER fvecupiM a high rank among tho in ost largely circulated news papers of tho United State. The quality and qu:tntity of iu telegraphic news, interesting stories, selected imseollany, editoriuls, eeientiric and re ligious matter, us well as sporting news, are equal to that of any metropolitan paper. The Farm and Garden and Home Pcpn.i t- meut of tho Lfareb cominentl thernselvei to every reader. Tho Coiniiicreiul Edito of the Lf. vDkr is the most exiwrienecd umn of his pmfei sion in Cleveland, and ono whoso judgment cannot be warped by inliueneo of interested partiew. ino Market Kunorta of the I.kwv.h arcs therefoio Uut oulv eumpletc but reliable. XHfc LKAOKH maintains exclusive ews. Bureaus aft Columbus and Washington, as weI ;is a largo and etlicient corps of regular currespom luiita in all leading tiwni and cities, oonseii-uetitly the readers of the Lk idkei are euppl ied wit li the freshest and nioHt reiiahlo news in advaueo of H competi tors. ,- TERMS. Dailv $10 00 per yean Tri-Weekly - 5 00 Weekly Leader, enlarged and ira- tt proved, only 1 25 The Premium Bicti onariea will be ready January lat, butwill be mailed to all yearly subscribers sent in since Ootobyr lid, in the order in which names 1 early subscribers by mall to any edition U-t 100 premium. LEADER PRINTING CO. a PUBLISHERS, CLEVELAND. ... OHIO. 1881. THE OLD FAVORITE. 1881, THE CINCINNATI Dollar Weekly FornlMu!t hulf n ceiuiiry tte 'i i'MEi ha heeti a welcome wet-kly vinitor lo wavy County and Stute iu the I'niou, ftud the feeling between the puper add its thousands of renders hns yrou al most i jtooue of por.n:i frieudsliip. Def irinff to keep alive an 1 slrenJhen this feel !nrt ' lie puliliedien pnie tt di.trihiiie ftnioug the Mihsi-iilMTst of the WEKKl.V TIMES for If'Sl, & b,'aiiJifiil pTl'Ti1. t.vo tret w i,le hv nearly three fee i lon, enlt'ii. y 'Tie Poor, The Poor Man s Friend," the original of wiiidi wa p.iMished in Enirhirnl, and hi l.f.on ie)ioihifed here tor the pnhiirher:' of the Trf K5 hy tij !ui artists. This beautiful uiatierpioce of ,rt -ui he vo.it. all Charge iremil. U evnry "LI or new sch.riher ot ihtt WEEKLY TIME who will sm to mm (ue Dollar for hi.- Uiihcripiioii for one yem. The t-xpense altcudln? the produetlon of those pictures, and the prepay. iumI ot po-daee. 1 ncres rarily heavy, hut it u ill he ohs.-rved that tin y are sent out. not as a premium to subse risers, hut a token 01 the kindly fei-iitiL that hsv.r fi.r yeiu s existed betwivn Ihe WEEKLY TIMES m.d it yAtnif rr;,."jd.J. Q f Vi yutl a i;n a - i' t-.iul! f Jr -' . tvpe and new preset: (.'."v lh ut ;;e a'tiec ot your continued palnui.re, n:i(i us to do Pliil more'. Address lh new ITKKLY TIM i'.M..i':n, (ebldwl ;-ti, 0 nop A MO M t S1.CO0 : 2 to 32 Stops. UllUniHJ Pianoi os $1 25 "l1- Paper Free. DANIEL F. BKATTY, Washington, N. J. Address lel)17w4Dico TIMES A nil t yi, t i li diu'-.-slivo iii..t L.'vi- !: .: A ami at a &IA I ir initiiif U u nn hiivo lictoi and yu-ir "m Tli.'Pe M : , : j L ' II i r-!lU!i 1 ? I J I ! ' ! I ! HXn A sev write S5 .,-; i. a !;i j away . .'..iiiiv : makinir I'iiM-h il make a wall enaL'e di'.-iyl H Compounci Tincture cf the moat valu r.i-'Ie remedies known to the medical r: omission, prepared upon strictly t:i.armacfcLJi.;eal principles. A"i ci:.''-ni''1 nf twciif y-riv" yp.?r? r-rorrs It to be I'nv'.i -i t:' i x- M;t i:ir::i ami nil other Ajjue I'l.'l'u-nct' hiM-n t'l-tV- WurM. '!';.- !ily uf..-.,!-.-e -.,, f-.r nil A fVt'i'I ?ot m of ilie Tutlm-v. In j.ivvi oml;i i.il, ilv;)t'iia lJi.sortlf-r-4 of th' Howe Is, mid all Atloc tions ol tlit Tnr.mt unit Kuntr, it is rfinih i!t itmn, wluie ns a ivjiu ily fur cum Liiumtd peculiar th( If!ii::ilc sci it has no enuul. NOT A BEVERAGE !t :mi oi:t rWi:illp Household Itemedy, il.uMri'iiiy j.tfl to cs-i'-t n.'uure. It toiii, : the w-!na(.l). reinricoratoa tho tir.Tiiin, ti'iit'.hitcH tl.f M'crctu.ns. and pro. li1; a nu!;ir :u:t on of thi- bovu-lrf, -tifil.i.-s ;vi ry i;rn of wi-' l;ociy f perform :t3 allcttcii v.ork rt-pu-;a:y aiitl v.itliout iu:.'rri;pt :i a. h'Klir' t corxiiiu'ii hiiiuH come from thcee who n-t'd it lonfat nii'l kn-.un .t lie-t. No vh r.' so popular in LnnnistPr, nh'-rt it U'i n in use t'ur morn t linn a ii:ni U'r ot a cntury. itit'Iiiy cmiiiaeiulcil hm a 4-rnt'rul Tonic vpiKliztr. N iJ 1" Itrurciato cverjulit-ro. THE MESSENCER OF HEALTH ! -.tv! hitM! jmijmt iltrr:ptivu of dteirt. its oriTn cur-, i-!l ba liirtiied I'rt'C Ut any address on application to THE MSSHLER HERB BITTERS CO Lancaster, Pa. lWf stronj-'ly recopiiiM-nd to niothora Prof. I'tirkei-' i'leusmit Vjrm Syi-np. It nt-vr t:.iiM, us oa.- l :-ik,c, -uid uo wlicr-lAhj'aic in reUlTd, OLD P A P s Por Sale AT THIS OFFIC 30 cent mui b:)hm by tiiiiL' t h ed. Storekeeprn .in us vvi'itppiiiu Hiiilit liiriii'lied (ivo, i;h f-rl lii.di.n-i' II (or cuiniuft iriir f iie nior proiit im'c hiii licit nnyoiti' ran fT:i::iLr in. 'Hit- t u.-i t iiiit in ft-s ro I'usy n It-sirn, niul our iiitrtiction.- are eo fimi'le mid plrtiii. Hint tinyotio can mttku reat from 1 hi vory tiii t. No oiu can tuil vh iilintfto wn''k. Wonit-ii are aa PiK-cru-diil ai n. I -jitrl tir!r r:n L-nni hir sinus. .Many ma;!i? at i!k' luijiiiics cn'cr o:i, h'ltiflr. il dol lars ir a ini'lc wvk. Nothii.': like it ever knoivn . AM who ci'iram! aro t?urprist;cl ut t lie ease aplility with wtiicli they nn aWe to make money. Yon can enir:ii;o in tlii. business tlnriiii; ?pare time :if irreat profit. Yon do not have imest r-tpi::d i;i ir. IV e take all the ri.k. lm in-i ll ready money Mionld w rite to Us onre. All furiii.-lLed free. Address deeply I -Turn & Co., AiiLT'isra, Maine. TREHEWE Hiii lyef'i in constant U33 by llir. imMU for over twenty 3rertrf4, and Id the bent preparation ever invomed for iiSTOI INO i l'.AY II A I II TO ITS YOUTHFUL COLOU AND LiFK. J It Biipplies tho nattir.il food and tolr to 1'o liair "lands without etainirif tlio Pkiii. It will Increase? aiwl thleUeu (lit growth f the hair, pre vet it t H Idamhinff and falling ofV, uiitl tU.i AVtKT BALDNESS. - It rures Itt hinj;, I'rup j tioi!) htmI IandrulV. As a A I It DliKV'-.lXfi Si very d:'jIrabl, Riving t!i hair a sofufNf which kI 1 adtuii'f, Kp.s tlie he.'ul tlf-an, tiv.e( t t)oJt iiflilthy. X tCKiNGHARrs Dy PU FOR THE . YHISKERS Will rha:ij;e tho l:onrri to a iil'.OU N or liLACK ut diflC'tioii. H"itr i one prepaiution it in tsijy apili'- ar1 produces a permanent color th:it will not vrft-ih olT. I'Ktl'A UM i;Y R. P. HALL & CO., NASHUA. K. H. Sold by all Coa ers in Medicine. THE OfjLY MEDICINE I Tiiat Acts at t'tc Simuj 'lime on I Hf UV5& I Him WW vu vJ and theKJDriEYS. f 7 Thoo prcat ortrars ur-'ihe nntumi clc:i:; S rr1 ut t!i'' Mte:i!. Ifih'-yvo; vvill ! i"Tivi: it t:i- V i'- c ell. In druitdtul ditascs are sure to iuiiuw Wltii TE3RS5LE SUFFERIJiS, Iiiiiou.-iuess, llt'aditrlio, Dyspf-psia. Jaun-iiv-sj f "oiiti ration anl Fi-es, or KM (.onii'faiutn, iii.:.vcl( pi:ifH'tes, Nrdimont !:i t:p Vrl:u, Milky or Koi-y I-line j or Kheu iiistic Tain surf Ailua, arc d.-volonrd Iipcjius..' the Mod is pni. np.' .I v.ith the Ihi'moi-3 tiiiiE houU have iwvn ficilcd uatuially. r.-IH reriOr lli.:i,'-nri ,-r-i"ion nn I all IV. ? I. rtiovltiB evi:-.' .::r i - l-.-nisr,- . ; t:i-,:i -.-t themioiil mil Hi! 1 1 v l,'lttoi:'r- r. ! llioiiu::.:-l.:n-elM.:ai-:i.-e.!. 1 ry :t ond y.-.u , ivin.ird (iihm Ki'-e to liie numiM r. 1-ike i i and ii, alt It v.-l!iiK-eino!-e::ladden your heart. Why cuffcr lonserfrom tho torment I ofnnncMng tuck , j Wny honr sucn distress from on- ; rirjntiot and P!!to? ! 'Why bn ro f-,'.;'?(i foecr-'se of dis- oniorctj Urirta I ' ' - I i:n.M.'-V."i)i:Tw:H i.x.v ,-oa. Try a init k 111,-a ut on;-o mid b'.-tatL-Zic-J. ; ;. .1 kIi j r. .'; !.!..;. '"' On-.' P:m kiU'fm.-.kps! K .piarts of U'lili lne. rur Pruiinist :. or fin yt it .fur ion. ;.-..;..( ui. on .-'ir-j.-rr It. Priiv. 1.0l. , .' i'l --tI i f"t j.-!-... . Iturllntrtoa. XI. roaponse to the urgent rdquesta ot gr3t numbers of people who prefer to purrtiaoe Kidney-Wort already prepared, tlio pro- prletoroofthia celebrated remedy now pro pare it In liquid form aa well aa dry. It Is very oonoentrated, la put up in largo bottles, and ia equally cfilcioiit ca that put up dry In noanB. It oaves tho neeoaaity of preparing. fihwa- retszl v. Anr) ii mnra easilv taken bv v nioat poople. Trica, SI per Lottie. f UQUID AND DUT SOLD BT DRUGGISTS. rGIETS. E.J on, Vt. f MKLLS, 1HCHARI)S0n!& CO., Prop' $66! a wuck in your own town, $'i Dullit o llsii. Ivi'iltler, if von v:iut a liusini'ss at w hich p.-rons 01 either c.tn make !r.':it p:ly all Ihe time tln-y uoi k, for p.irtii uhir- lo ii. Uali.ett .t t o.. I'urt LijkI. .M.-iine. j.-lv' tlntlii St'tit tree lo those who wi-li to enir.iu'e in the most piens lot and prnlituhle hiisiiie.- s !:i:own. KxervtliMti: ne.v. ('ai.ilal mil re- ii... V." . .. ..'I fi:''iM.-h von cwrytiiiui; free. SHI 4iiui-tlIV.os is ei-:i. ,:..xt:.:- ii. :ii st:lvi::-j iroiii h.n-0 over ni!.t. No r.k . Iiulever. new v..iiiirrs w imled at once. Alany mv lort'.llK'S at the hasinc-s. J.'i.la's nuiUe a :i.- hi'1.r.liil yooiiL,- hovs an. I L'oU inuhe ly. y o one who is wiiliaj: lo worl; fails to more o.'li.ey evrv u:. v ! i.-iu -111 Oe Made ill at aiy o.'dinaiy em!loynn':u. 't hose who ut once will liml a short road to fortune. Address H. IIai.i.ett .V. Co., Porllind, Maine. Liauid EZSP I T.T. IUYD0CK Has tlio largest au l most complete JSrks for the manufacture of Carriages IN THE V.'OELD. CrTggies for tho trade a specialty. CORNER PLUM AND TWELFTH STREETS ckdyl A CURE GUARANTEED25 CENTS EY USiG 315 MO: r; c DR. METTAUR'S HEADACHE PJLLScnre mot wonderfully in a vriy suurt time Itutn SICK, aud NERVOUS HEADACHE ; and, while artinir tm tim nervon tf-iVm, lelieve p YS P E PS I A in irs wor&tlorms, m,j tiia system of excesa of bite, producing a regular healthy action oL the boweia. t TUII SIZO DO OT II1C5B r.-i urn hm a tu"Tuiuio v.uru, nine o-coni rusiiKU SOLB PROPRIETORS, ilcc2mt".D.tco MENDELSSOHN PIANO CClMPANY Will make, for tho r.ext CO days only, a grand Offer of $850 Grand Square STYLE 3 Magnificent rosewood case, eleurautly finu-hed, -T nn'j-w 7 1-3 Ortttn fii patent ean- tate HL'iallt's. oiir new r.tteiit overstrung scale, beautir.il carfrd Il'L'S and lyre, heavy serpentine aud lar:;e fancy mould; i'- round ease, mers, in fact every improvement which can in any been add- d. Our price, fur thix intnn,if ,it fcur.-r and th - irith fine hi an n Vvrer, Stoat and Look, i only PIAX0S S'AR to $Io0 (with Stool, Cv.-cr aril R.Mk). All fttrictiy firt;clas and sold at Wholesale Factory prices. These Pianos made one of the finest displays at the Centennial Inhibition, and were unanimously recommended for the Hiqheht Honors Ihe sou ares contain our New Patent Scale, the greatest improvement iu the history of Piano-making. The Up- rlnts iw. the tiio -tf. in A ntmra. l oii lvelv we est durability. They are recommended hy the 14, imi in use, and not mir diati-i?tt p'tr, fa'r. fiexiltt fft-e nii.trtsiii-trit. Jon t fail to write Erains. Catalogue mailed free. Handsome Iilustrsted Descriptive Catalogue of 4S paies mailed for 3c stamp, tvery riano tuily warranted tor o years. ORGANS Onr ' Parlor Granl Jubilee OrLT'in," style ", is the finest and sweetest toned Iteed O.iran ever oif.'red the musical public. It contains Five Octaves, Five sets of Keeds, imir of 2' 'craves each, and one I) apa.-ou, Melodia, iola, Fu::e, Celeste, Uuiret, Kcho. Mehwiia-Forte, Olestina, Ytolina, Flute Forte, Tremolo, Grand-Oriran and Grand-Swell, Knee-stops Heiirht, 74 in.; Length, ii in.; Wtdtti, 2t in.; Weight, boxed, S'iO lbs. The r-nse is of solid walnut, veneered with choice woods, and is of an entirely new and beautiful design, elaborately calved, with raised panels, music closet, lamp stands, fretwork, Ac, ill beautttnlir finished. Possesses power, depth, briiiiancv and symnalhetic o;:ahtv tion. Keu'ular reiail price nr irfadsmle not cask price to have it inrrod"cfil, with stooi and hook, only 17 as one oman sold sells o'hers. I'oMttireltj n deviation in pric. No payment required until you have tuily tested the orizau in your own home. We send all Organs on 15 days' test trial and pay freight both ways if instrument is not as cepresented. b'i'lhi warranted for 5 years. Other styies-S stop orcrin only $ 'A; Sstops -ft; 14 stttps, $1 r. tvor :'9,n)0 sold, aud everv Orsjan lias giv en the fnllest satisfaction. Illustrated circular mailed free. Factory and WareTOCmS. 57th St. and 10th Avo. SHEET MUSIC variety of musical composition by the best authors. Address MENDELSSOHN PIANO CO. ,P. 0. Box 2058 New York City dt'c::0mi'Hcico I J A TRUE TONIC J A PERFECT STRENGTHtHSR.A SURE REViVER.f IRON BITTERS are highly (i!irin a ccrUiiti anJ eliicient tonic ; nutrut Jwcti tho liluo.i, st h ant cf AjKKt'ti Lu3 ot i"tlieii.- tiie riniici-s, and liko a charm on lli disestiva organs, reniovins all dyspeptic syiu.ti.n.4, st; !i as T.i-'ii 'i the J-'oo:l. pci:J,imj. Umi in fhc Utamark, ileartburn, en. 'tins only Iron Preparation tliat wiil not lIat:ken th t--tli or givt hoaihlfho, Sold l.y all Jrnggi-sts. Write fur thu ADC I5ouktoJ (p. of useful and amusins retulir.sj sent jr.e. EROVX CIIE3rrCAL CO., Baltimore, Mil. f7Pi nnirTr"z: fttn ,- LiJu U J Lbll U w fi-'MTvlNWAit-OS CuiMbjABSORPTiGNaime'sflay, "PLUNG DISEASES, I THROAT DISEASES. A LBREATHiNa T80U3LE5 J . It I3I7SS Il'IO th system curative agents and healinir mcdirines. It FuCit the diseased parts the poisons hat cause death. Thousands lestify to its virtues. Yea can 1)0 Relieved amlCiircil Don't despair until yon have tri. d t'ni Sensilile, Easilv-Applied and RADICALLY - EF FECTUAL Itemedy. told hy Unii'ists, or sent hy mail on receipt of Pic 6 2. hy Send'for tes- T H E"0 N L Y " LU H C timonial!. nn.l Scut free; ortr';yl I)KTROIT,Mini. TI, O - - . j ., j.. s . h H v i vol UUOie KILLS, wl'Tl mil 01- t ujjiuu to iu:y aiiur.-8d on reeinr o t ocamps. t or sale uy au iJraegats. Piano for only $245. full Iron t-rarne, rreiicii (rran 1 Ai-u.in, Grand Ham way tuiid to the perfection of the instrument has li erred on bnard cart at AVtff York, $245.00 make the lltiest Pianos, or the richest tone and CTeat highest m.iic.il authorities in the country. Over Ail Pianos and Organs sent on 1 days' tost trial us before bnyinsi. Posuivtwy we otter the best bar of three Octaves. Thirteen Stops with Grand Oran all the litest and best iiuprovcmeuts, with grea ot tone. Beautiful solo eifects and perfect stop ac at one-third price, fatalosne of V00 choice pieces sent for 3c stamp This Catalogue includes most of the nopnlar music of the dav aud every roconinteiHlca for nil dUases to- especially Indi'je.iiiva, Ihisp-pfta, at: r- Utrer.ijiii, L'fk oj t.ntn-u, re. l".nrtrlie t'ivt-s n-iy life to tlio iki vi's. 'i'iiev a.-t CURE I BACK ACH A,!il all diseases of the Kidneys, Bladdor and I riuury Orjana hy nejrll.j liie Improved Excelsior Kidney Pad. It is a MARVEL ct HEALING and RLIEF. Simple, Sensible, Direct, Painless, Powerful. It OTTH-ZESSwlipm all cine fails. A RET ELATJON and REVOLUTION in Medicine, Abr Brj.iioii or diTiict ai)!iC'ttt)D. 13 opposed to onnat isun fory internal raejines. Hcutl ior our treat i on Kiilncy trouhies, ?eut ii-ve. hold lv drayists, or t?ent hy mail od receipt of price, 08, Address THE ONLY'" LUNC 1 nis is me Criirinal and tieiiuine Kid ney Fa.l. A.-k fiirit. and lake no other. nct-'yl PAD CO. DETROIT, MICH. USTO St. lv ar It Iv ar Iv ar Iv lv ar lv lv ar lv ar 8 on will p.m. and For 2.05 and run p at veriy dqs mouth iu for New and ud ft. and With aud An Only Daughter Cured of Consumption. When tle:itli was hourly cxpecled, .ill reii'eciies having faiietl, and Dr. 11. James wan experiint-'itiiv; '.yitti the maiiv Lerhs of Cali'titta, he act'itfentally maile a )rejiar.i tiun which cnreil his only child of Cox si'MlTinX. His child is now in lliis coun try and enjoy in" the iet of heahh. He has proved to the world that Consumption can hp positively and permanently cured. The Doctor now es ihis recipe free, on ly askniff two tiii iie-cent stamps to pay ex penses. This herii also cures niiil-oii'eaU, nausea at the stomach, and will hreak up a fresh cold in twenty-four hours. Ad dress Craddock & (Jn., 1032 Race St., Phil adelphia, naming tiiis paper. felTw-tPoVo rf "THE SCIEHGE OF HEALTH " 1 a very ial greeting boo';, an4 has been proiunmceti so by thoujanus who have reait it. It explains the principles of life and death, ami the origin of iliea.-es. 1 hose who arc suffering fioni XervoilS JVeak n ess. Lost Vitality, Scrofula, Ca tarrh Skin Affections Asthma or a predisposition to Consump tion, wiii iini it an inaL-uhhlc boon. h cojiy of 'the Science oJIefttth wiii te sent for five cents in stamps to prepay postage, by addressing ihe author, ;. s; j-iOTES, 3I.D., ISO W. Hth St., Cincionati, Po yon wrtat a '. Unr;, on wii't pu c-n p.ir.tfai u well u ay proor n'tn tt'e in-tcaiJ'.eiKt -.-.'uv i .-: f fT v:u ilo, ifna ft our lin C.it:il.-.' t.f Tlili .Ki;HANICAL OKi.Ul.NtlTI--th pfiit im. v:il in .Tiit-n of the I'poo any ohm an r tv i-.irr, l'vi'1 ibv vr,i-, i-l n c-il, "rrtrt". sTeii, tian. cd Vthf rr.--;. I'f-;-. $.11, i- i :, ii.'S. 1: : .t.-t." I.YON k liKALV, lui .state tit., t liicaj, lehlTw-lnco Iff A IIUSICAL 702IDEH. J)V Ears for Ihe Million ! l-'UO CilOO'.S.BALS.TM OF SHARK'S OIL p.;v.Vf(v.' nesttrrcs the Jli-.'rinj, and in the only Ab- fiuit't Vvrc r T-ftfne-oi Kiutcn. Tiii.- Oil is err:i"t'-i from a pernli;ir species cf small HVaV ctrr. caught in li.e leliuV oci, known us Citrchardun ilondrlziii. ' Every Chinese lisherman knows) it. Irs virtues as a restorative of hearin:; were rli.covered by a iiuddhist Priest ahuut tiie year I4i". Il- cures were s innaerons, uud .:tan;i .10 MKittiifdy iniraciilvit, that tiie reme dy W..-S (dUrialiy pr(x iaiiued over the entire Em pire. ll ose heeame so universal that for ocer oo ijctir r itn di.tiic has er.tj. l a-to; i (he Citt.iet: pm. t)!c. ' Sent, charges prei aul , to any address at if per battle. Oni,- imporu-d hy I OLE AUENT? Ft AMtBiCA. t-y fet. Xew 1 urk. Tts virtues are iiiniiieftionahle character absolute, as the writ' . and Us enrative t-r can priouaUy teiitv, hitth from exoerieiice and olervation, Amo:u: the inaoy r.-.-iders of tiie R.-view in one purr and another ot tiie connirv, it ii probable ttir.t Tininbers are arlliiTed with d:aftte4. and to such ii m:ty be saiil: "Wiiif at oner to Haylock A Co., 7 lcy ttrcer, Nisv York, enclosini; I, aud yo:i wiil receive by return maii a remedy that wj'l e.'iible yu to l.v.r .il. . -ui.j jj ftse, AIM whose curative c:tic3 mil h'e termaoeiit. r0a will never reirret doinu o.Aj'-''u A'tiB ork Mercantile liencr. is-pl. I? . jjiigi'm-'iiicJfeco S. M. F'KTTIN'ill.L an ! To., 10 State Street Bostun, "7 Park U.m, New York, and 701 Chestnut Street,' i'iiil:ulel.hia. are autliorizfd Asents for pro curim advertisements for the News in the above cities, and :in:hirrnd to contract for advevtiHing at onr lowe-t rates. PEIIS I All A 3 1 una ARE PAID cvcrV nt croh' rT.1.1". A r e e, Ki r il Kr., tf but .jiuut. iii- IK'ii.i..n. 1 mi'-r n-:W U tliiiusanjj OTa . rtitK4 tu ia incroaa ( f pii-iun, idtMV j, Or,ilUfl3 Al.'t U-l-Oll'letJ t l":til(Ta or mot Iters ff stiluuTfl wh-. iit-a m th army pet a pension. El'NT ' Dis fhamf f rwnuiil. injurifs or nip tar. I r;Tt-s re 11 ot;ty. J 3l&aip: f- r copy 1 penst 'naii'l K"untT Ait.. .Aiidr ! P. H. Fltzsernid A Co-, i ilm j A Ron s, Iniii.HiiL"jiis. Im!. ? rf-rt F. A.W.l'uvi. Pres't lii'lina nnkm I Co.. ftiitl K. K. Kennedy. I'mi'tOntnl Bank, ii-jlh ui Imiutuuiia. VlUc UitS Parker's Ginger Tonic i UgiiHtes the sinruacli. liver, and kioneys, and ! never faiN to make tiie b'"od rich and pure, anq ; to strengthen every part of the system. It has I cured hucdrerts of de-pairing invalids. Ak your I neighbors about it. tehl7w4D&co ( 1 for poln. son. At all one works is so aeut lady in You only from others. and work, nothing fails wul home girls tne work, will work at biy. 'I'M RAILROADS. MARIETTA & CINCINNATI R. R. Time Table, Jan. 1, 1S81. SHORTEST, QUICKEST, ASD BEST EOl'TE TO ALL POINTS EAST and NORTHEAST, WEST and NORTHWEST. CHANGE or CAES WASHINGTON", BALTIMORE, PillLAHELPUIA, NEW YOIiK. THE GREAT POPl'LAB LIKK TO JLom'ii, L'hicaao, Omaha, Kanmt City, and the West. , No. 1. No. 3. No. 7. No. 5. Daily. Eastward. Ex.Sun. Daily. Ex.Sun. Cincinnati .. 6 25am 9 l-'am 3 4pin 7 8 pm Loreland ... 7 41 10 26 Sol j zi BianchiMfr t 8 81 11 ui 5 4S 8 r.3 Wcsthoro... 9 51 557 Lynchhuri?.. 10 2D 0 14 liiiieboro T".. lt f.5 6 40 Martinaville. 8 44 08 Vienna 9 01 31 Lexutgtuu.. 9 14 42 Leesburg ... 9 19 47 (Ireeniifid .. 9 41 12 l"pm 7 tin 9 '.m iom;imau . 10 15 - 4" 10 19 hillicothe. . 10 .v. 1 t 8 oupra 10 is I.ondonderry 11 24 Hajsville ... 11 40 llaindcn 12 Upm 2 -4 11 :w Hamden 2 :f,pm g main Jack'.n .... 3 1.', 7 ir. Oak Hill .... 3 ft 8 Welwicr 4 il ........ 9 40 Scintoviile .. 5 iu 10 Portsmouth. 5 30 10 45am McArt'r June 12 sr.nm 1 :i.'.pm 11 4'-im Zalecki 1 (p " M.nlitk-!d .. 1 :'.r, ....... Aiiicns 1 .-.1 a si li iVam Bel pre 3 30 4 47 1 42 Harkersburg 3 4 4 ft'. I :i Marietta 6 2"pm 6 2"pm 3 .'4) W'ahiiigtou a Wiaui 1 v;jm H tltimore. 7 40 3 yf, PhiUd-lpbia 1 ispm ft Jiew York 4 otipm 9 2t'pm No. 4. Ex-San. 8 (Warn 6 10 9 4" 9 57 10 2S No. 62 Daily. No. 10 Daily. Westward Daily. o 31 )am 9 10 LI 4 P3rkenburg Marietta Athens Marshfleld .. Zflleski . . .. 1 45pm !l 4 pm 10 35 McArt'rJnnc 10 ;t 12 33pm . 12 4' 2 01 2 12 3 oiipra 3 V 4 10 & 17 6 118 7 3'pm liamden 11 04 Portsmonth .ciotoville .. Webster . . . . Oak Hill .... Jar-kson .... HamdcQ .... 7 3Stim 7 55 8 :ii 9 15 9 55 10 :a Rayfiville... 11 40 Londonderry 11 5" C'hillicothe . U iupm Museelroan 12 A3 Greentieid .. 1 32 Leesbur . . 1 56 Lexington .. i 02 Vienna 9 16 Martinsville 9 Elanchesrert 3 01 9 20 2 42 3 15 3 2.aia 3 4.i 4 '4 4 27 Hiilsboro t.. 1 35pna 8 l"am . 3 41 9 0" i l am . Lyiicnnarij.. Cestboro .. Blancheater Loreland..., Cincinnati . 9 12 2 M 2 Si 3 59 5 03 7 S.'!pm 5 15pm 6 10pm 8 3"pm 6 02 7 luam Accommodation Trains leave Chillicorhe 7 a. m. Hiilsboro 3 10 a. m., excot Snndav, arivea at Cin cinnati II 15 a. m.t atopptn? at all stations. No. 1 and 4 stop at ail stations. t Wednesday and Saturdays Traia No. Swill make connection for Hiilsboro. t Wednesdays aad Saturdays an extra train leave, Hiilsboro 7 50 p. m , amve B aochesrer at 45 p.m. Ketnn in, ieavea Bianchester 8 & p.m. arrives Hiilsboro 9 50 p. m. Train No. 3 has Palace Cars to Washinjrtsin and Baltimore. Train No. 5 has Palace Tars to Washington, Bal timore, Philadelphia and New York. Trains N09. 2, 10, and 2 have Palace Cars to Cincinnati. No trains on Hiilsboro or Portsmouth Branches Sunday. JAS. H. STEWART, THOS P. BARRT jaa2. Sap't. Genl Pass'r 4 Ticket Agt . COLDMBUS & M5YILLE RT TIME TAELE, (To take effect Monday, January :i, 1RI.) Sardinia Hiilsboro Acc. Mail. Mail. Acc. GoingSjbnth Leave. Arrive. Going North. No. 3. No. 1. Stations. 5).J. No. 4. P.M. A.M. P.M. P.M. 12 M 4 30 Hiilsboro 30 4i 12 30 4 30 M. AC. June. Kit 9 1 IS o 4 40 Gravel Bank t 9 19 M IHi 4 42 Danville Pike t 17 8 34 12 so 4 .V) ShackePon'a t ! ! S i 101 5 01 Cochran's t iii S 14 1 OS 5 09 Straiirtitout a so 8 01 115 515 Coninan'a t 8 44 Sol 122 5 92 Tayloreville S n 7 5.1 1 2a 5 ) Forcelles t 8 30 7 44 1 3-i 5 36 Mowrytowo 8 21 7 4o 1 in 5 4S CoantyLine t.8 11 7 J7 S'0 6 oo Saniiuia '10 7 15 Arrive C. & K. K'y Depot.) Leave. tt las stations at which Trains Kos.l, , a atc 4 stop on inal. Trains wiil run daily except Sundays, and by Coinmhus time, which is 7 minutes taster rhar t.'incinnati time, and 4 minutes taster lhau Hiils boro time. CONNECTIONS. Hiilsboro With the M. 4 C. It. R. for Lync buri;, Weatboro, Manchester, I.veiaud, Nt-w V' eaua, Leesbnr?, (jreendehl, Chiilicotne, Port moutii, and ail points on the IL O. K. K. Trains arrive 10.55 a m, C.10 p.m.; depart 111) l.m.,l.ji Sardiuia With C. A K. R'y (or Sonth Fincastle Winchester. Trains leave 1 1 ..Hi a.m., 7. lo p.m. Mt. Oreh, "Willimshitrf, Alton, iUuvia, Lo hoon, Richmond Junction, Neyiown, B:iuvi Janctioa and Cincinnati, trains leave 11. .so a.m., p,iu. Omnibus for Georgetown aud Ripl.-y connectswith C. A M. trains. Mr. Oreb Omnibuses conuect with C. A H. trains for Jiew Hope, Ueoretown, Hiinsport Hipley, Cohoon Omnibnses connect with train fiir Stone Lick, New Bostou, Monterey, Vera Cm. Cynthiana and Faystteviile. "Richmond Junction With C. A E. trains (Ohio River brauch) for Mt. 47srrnel, Tubuses New Pal estiue, Biairvilie and New Richmond. Trains do part 5.10 p,m,; arrive 8. "5 a.m. Batavia junction With Little Miami R. R. for Loveland, Morrow, Xenia, Dayton, 8priudeid, Coinmhus, and all points North and at, oa Pitrsbun?, Cincinnati A .St. Louis R'y. Winchester Omnibuses Connect with C. A K. trains for North Libertv, Wel Union and Man chester. Aisofor Jacktowa aud Locust Ctnivn. C.S.BELL, jf. J. PICAal), President. rjan5tf Supcrmtund etit SCIOTO TAIHI R1ILWAY. Taklo? efft?ct Sunday. t'Dt, 2t. ISSd. Traii wll &s followe : SOL'TS. KipreB Leavot Coiunibu 9 41 am: arrive Circieville U H, Lhillicothe U J, Waverlj 1 2t m, arrives at ror;smouia s wpm. Mail Leaves Colnmbo 4 K p m: arrive Cir- clevdieft 10, Chiilicotne I M,;Waveriy S 6, anivee Portsmouth 10 13 p m, Fast r reirht and Acconim''Kiation Leare Cliil- licothe 5 uo a m, Fortmoutti ft ia a m. UOIVB -SOUTH. Mail Leaves Portsmouth 4 40 a va; arrive Wa- B 5, C'hUUcothe 7 SU, CirtWviile e 27, Coium- a do a Q. tipress Leaves Portsmouth Ifli'inm: amve Wavcrly 1 2i p xn, Ch;!l:coihe 2 M p m, tircleviiie p m, Lommbus 4 w p m. Fast Freight and Acconimodatioo Leave Porta- 4 06 pm; arrive Waverly 7 10 Chiilicotne iu p m. All trains daily except Sunday. Connections at Commbus with P. C. A St, L. P.v. rhiUdelphia, Baitiuiore, Wahiniou city l& fori;, lor Chiwo, Indiauape, St. Lonia all wtstern puinta; for Cincinnati, fa'-:a points oh Little 4;aml Division. Witii B. u. R. for Chicaiio, BaiLimore. Wwaimfton. Newarc Zanesville. With C. C. C. A L K. K. for Cleveland and Buffalo and points north. With Coinmhus A Toledo H. R. for Delaware, Toledo, Detroit and the went. With C. 6. l O. K. K. tor London, pringiield, Sanuu?ky and Cincinnati. C. Mt. V. & c. K. K. for Cleveland and .Ut. Ver non. At Circ'evilie with C. A M. V. R. K. for Lan caster, Zanesville, Washington C. H., Hiiiuiitton points west. At CUiUieoihe with M-, C. h. R. Lamden Athvs, CtacUina;i au-' iuternjeC;-;; At vVavwiy wUh 4. J. P. .p. . or JuV Portsmouth hy Steamers for Iron ton, Po me rcy, tiaili polls, Maysviiie and Huntington, con necting with Chesapeake A Ohio R. K. f(r Char lottesvule, Gortiousviile, Va., Uichoiond, Va., and jxints iu 6outh-Atlutic states. JXO. J. ARCDKR. General Ticket Agent- iLlLf: GOLD, Great chance to made money e neeu a ier?ii lit cvesy town t take sabKcriotions for he lariiest. cheauest and bet iiiusirateu lamiiy puoucatiou iu tne world. A(,y, can btcon:u a sucuejfui auent. at eleaiit of art ijiven tret; to nbJcriiers. The price low tharalmost everybody subscribes- One reports takii- ji subsca'ibers in a day. A a-;ent reports xuakinj over $200 clear "pro 15 ten day 3. Ail wi,o engage make moooy :abt. can devote all your time to the busm -ss, or your spare time. You need not tts away home over night. You can do it as well aa Full directions aad terms frue. Elegant expensive Outtit tree. U you want protiiabie send ns your address at once. It cost to try the business. No one who engages to make great pay. Address Gxoeas tij son A Co., PurtUud, Maine. jylyl It: j?Tness row etore (J.t r, oti y.su maiit uuueytj uork t'.r us tnan at elite. Capital not required. We Mart yon. $12 a iay aud upwards made at hy the industrious. M-'n, women, boys and wanted everywhere to work fur us. Now is time. You can devote your whole time to the or your spare momenta. o other business pay you nearly as well. No one willing to can fail to make enormous pay hy engaging once. Costly Outtit ac terms free. A treat opportunity tor making money easily and honors- Addresi Tbde Co., Aucucta, Maiun. jyi;i . IWPPOVI "tHE HOUfi MARK. G'JzrjTiiErs'S LUNG HEALEE CUH33 tOlTSUKPTIOlZ. : 't l'l'"K!tl. Vrrji ;iitLHfc A-Jthula. tianj u. l i 1 d.s;-jM't cr'. t.i f l'u u;. ry Orai. i'r.co 'j enH r.ui One DulUr. CJ::NTHERCO. Proprietory 3 ) Fi.th Avenue, PlTTSBRCrVpV "