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V. . i 2 r FJIEUilffll, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago, Backache, Soreness of the Chest, Gout, Quins, Sore Throat, Swell ings and Sprains, Burns and Scalds, General Bodily Pains, Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet and Ears, and all other Pains and Aches. No Proparatlirti on rth .qii.ll St. Jirom Oil a , lrr, Wm;,e .ntl chrnp Kxtenml H.niedy. A th.l rntaii. lut th. cvni'.n,tlvely ti'tlmg outlay of 60 ' Ma, and efrTone ufleriiiK with aia call h cheap and jHHitiv. proof oi iU claim. Direction. In Eleven Lanfcu.K.. EQLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS IN MEDICINE. A. VOGIXER fc CO., lliiltimure, Md., V. 8. A. jyllylnrm Jersey City is to present two Gar field memorial volumes one to Queen Victoria, and the other to Mrs. Garfield. Kahoka, Mo., Feb. 9, 1880. I purchased five bottles of your Hop Hitters of Bishop & Co.' lust fall, for my daughter, find am well pleased with the Hitters. They did her more good than all the mediciue she has taken 'or six years. Wm. T. SIcClure. The above is from a very reliable farmer, whose daughter was in poor health for sev en or eight years nud could obtain uo relief nutil sho used Hop Hitters. She is now in as good health as any person in the country. We have large sale, and they are making remarkable cures. V. II. liisnor & Co. jul.5w2 General John C. Fermount, who is now living in New York, is still lithe and erect, though in bis 70th year. Fortunes for Fanners and .Mechanics. Thousands of dollars can be saved by using proper judgment in taking care of the health of yourself and family. If you are Bilious, have sallow complexion, poor appetite, low and depressed spirits, and generally debilitated, do not delay a mo ment, but go at once and procure a bottle of those wonderful Electric Hitters, which never fail to cure, and that for the trifling Bum of fifty cents. Tribune, Sold by Seybert it Co. KRS.LYDIA E. PIHKrM, OFLYNM, KISS., ill 'iK r LYDIA E. PirilCHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND. fWrall th(Mr Painful t'mnplulnt and Wolneim ucuiHinwM luunr fee wt tViuulc pupulul loti. It will cure entirely the worst fi-rtm.f IVinnle Com pUdntu, all orarian trnublit, Inflamnitvtinn and Ulcera tion, Fallinic :hI lJisjilact.-ii.ent, and the coiUNV,i:i'Ut Spinal Weaknrs, and is jta.rticuU.rijr adapted to tli Chanre of Ijfe. Jt will i) I j 1 to ami xpe) tiimuni from tle iiUru.i la ji erly ftUwe of di-Ti'lt.tnfiit. The tendency to can wroua huinorv there la r)uird Try fcHvd.l- l,y t ue. It rtintOTia fuiittiii'M, flattilcnry, de.tn ysall ciarlug for stimulant, and n ltert-ii wi-altiifHa of tin-utouioi li. It curva ItliMitiittr, Hutulnuli5, Nurvuu rnw-trntli-n, (!enral lability, B!tjilennai( iH'prenalon and lnli- That foliii(f of ta.rfn(r down, rHuniiifi; lin, wriht and backache, id always jrumm ntly curtd by It una It will at all tintwH and unikr all circuimtaiiccn act In harmony with tin lawn that fovern tli fvuii-iv nyatcm. Forttmruruof K.Uiit ComiiUuuU of citlur k x Ihia Compound ia unsuruutH-d. I.VIHX K. IMNkll VM H VF-GFTABLF. (OU COL.MDU prt-partjtl at iW3 and U5 Wetttern Avuina, Lynn, Uaa VrU-v (L 8ix IxHtkkfor -f. Bvnt by mall In toe form of pill, also Intha form of lox. n;--, cu recu.pt of price, l per box fur either, lira. j'lLMiain freely anawura all h-ttr of Inquiry, hrnd fur pumph tet. AUdreaa aa above, lie turn (hit iijer. No family fhoulrt he without LYDIA E. PISKHAM'S LIVtR P1LI3. They cure voiiBrijt,np llliounniav ami torpidity of the liver, m ct ntu per box. Bf Hold by all DrueuiutN. - ft auglyliiiu(iirm s fc. yj Young Folks' Corner. NO. 1-CHARADE. My a UM- IJy young and old ih lined ; 'Tia alinotit iiuliHeiiKaljle, Yet often is abuie(t W v next a vowel has been named ; 'j'liird ia advanced, you'll say, Theae varioua parts combined will form Au operatic piay. Kuna. NO. 2-ENIGMA. ConijK)sed of letters. My 11 6 12 1 'IA is a raft. My 5 3 14 25 S( is a certain insect's means of defense. Jly ltf 2 17 8 12 is to pulverize. My 18 20 24 15 is nW-Lt. My 11 4 25 16 is a nuiulter. My 15 21 13 22 is to incatmre. My 7 10 li is a foolish n-rmm My whulu is a tiuoiutiuit from I.oiii;felluw. 11KLLK (ioaiAN. NO. 3 JUMBLE. fox. r'ltKTL'H. Answers to Young Folks' Coiner of Muy 15 To No. 1 IJOMtl.ll. T11 Nu. 21. l'ot her, other. 2. Afoul, foul. 8. Null, ail. 4. True, rue. 5. Uaali, anil. 0. K!aUl, lute. To No. 8- MINK IVAN NATO KNOX To No. 4 Euth lirnkiue's Crosses. THE REPUBLICAN PLATFORM. Not Strong Enough on the Sunday Law for Some of our Contemporaries. The Pomeroy (0.) Telegraph, one of the staunchest and most conserv ative Republican papers in the State, would have been better pleas ed if the platform had been more explicit and emphatic in endorsing the Sunday law, and we are free to say that we agree with the Telegraph, in what it says below : The objection to the plank of the Repub lican platform covering tlid Smith Sunday Law is that it savors strqngly of an apology for the passage of that Bet, rather than placing it npon the distinct ground of right and expediency. Evidently there vms a very strong niixturo of moral and political cowardice in the personnal of the Commit tee, or the direct challenge sent out to the Republicans of Ohio, by the brewers and saloon keepers of the cities, would not have been answered in such a dull, spirit less way. The reply to such a challenge should have been one of defiance, and should have been made to ring out npon the air with the clearness of a fire-boll at midnight.. Why should the Republican party fear to say that it is for the mainte nance of the civil Sabbath, which, as hag been truly said, "is the only guaranty of a recurring day of rest from ordinary labor?" Or that the liquor traffic, like other occu pations of mun for gaining a livelihood, ought to cease on that day 'I Why should a business which causes a very large pro portion of the crime and paupcrage of the country be exempted from the rules govern ing other and less objectionable callings ? But in place of a resolution embodying these ideas, we have one that merely asks to have the law in question "respected and enforced until repealed by legislation," as if the Republican party would ever couaent to its repeal ! The resolution as it stands does not represent the honest sentiments of the mass of the Republicans of Oliio, and should be treated as a nullity by them so far as it tomes short of truly voicing their moral convictions on the subject. The Re publican 'party will Btand or fall by the principles of tho Smith Sunday law, and it asks nothing better thin) that its opponents shall take distinct ground for the repeal of the moasure. . . . Well said, brother Chapman, and now comes the Ironton Register, another sound and able Republican paper, with the following comrheats in the same strain : . . But in the light of the issues in this state, the ticket is of slight import. This year is peculiar in one thing state issues have pushed national questions into the back ground. National politics have their great er interests in the records of the two great parties, but the state problem affects the the settlement of high moral duties resting upon the people of Ohio. We regret to say this is tamely presented in the Republican platform. It is there by inference and ar gument, and not by bold and clean-cut dec laration. In this matter, the Republicans of Ohio were cheated by a committee, that trifled with and speculated on the highest sentiment of the convention, and which de layed their report until the convention was tired out and hnlf gone.. It awakened only a faint and hollow echo in the hearts of that convention. Compared to the applause that greeted Judge West's short speech, it was as a whisper to a crash of thunder. Judge West's speech was the platform of that convention. There was inspiration, life, truth in it. The coming battle is to be fought on lines drawn by it, and the victory is not to be a covenant with the Devil. Law for Some of our Contemporaries. Rescued From Death. William J. Coughlin, of Somerville, Mass., says : In the fall of 1870 I was taken with dleepino of the lunos followed by a severe cough. I lost my appetite and flesh, and was confined to my bed. In 1877 I was admitted to the Hospital. - The doc tors said I had a hole in my lung as big as a half dollar. At one time a report went around that I was dead. I gave np hope, tmt a friend told me of iR. . WILLIAM HALL'S BALSAM FOR THE LUNGS. I got a bottle, when U Juy, -surprise, I com menced to feel batter, and to-day I feel bet ter tlian for three years past. "I write this hoping everyone attlieted with Diseased Lnugs will take DR, WIL LIAM HALL'S BALSAM, and be convinced that CONSUMPTION CAN BE CURED. I'can positively say it has done more good than all the other medicines I have taken since my sickness." . Figures on the political color of the next House of Congress are very encouraging to the Republicans. A Blessing. The pain in all his joints became intense: fever, with its deteriorating effects, was now added, aud he became rapidly reduced to the semblance of a skeleton, while vitali ty reached its lowest possible condition, aud his sufferings were of such indescriba ble character that those who most loved him sometimes thought it would bo better if he were called away. At this time, phy sicians, well-known in this city (Pittsburg), informed his parents that he was in immi nent danger of total Paralysis, and directly afterward they announced to his sorrowful mother that they could give no hopes of his recovery. At this juncture the use of Peruna was commenced, and in six weeks Win. Lincoln dirts was well and at work Read page 23 of Dr. Hartmau's "Ills of Life;" get it from your Druggist. At a blooded cattle sale at Harris- town, 111., sixty-nine head sold for $16,836, or an average of 244 each Twenty Years a Great Sufferer, from Constipation. Had swallowed a half bushel of Pills, and drank over a barrel of Cathartic and laxative slops. Had tried every Patent Medicine recommended in such cases, and had been treated by all the very best physicians in Philadelphia, and was finally told by her consulting physicians that she wag now too weak for Cathartic Medicine, or injections, and that she must die. bhe then took Manalin and was cured. See 31st page of the "Ills of Life." Get the book from your Druggist, or address Dr. Uartman, Osborn, O., lor one. Dr. Franklin Gray, the first home opathic physician of this country, died in New York the past week.. The Doctor's Last Happy Resort. EVANSVILLE, Ind., Jan. 11, 1881. I recently had a very difficult case of Consumption. 1 treated it in the most scientific manner possible, but to no effect; patient grew gradually worse. Rather than give up, and as a hist resort, 1 decided, much against my wish, to use a remedy that had cured one of my former patients. Greatly to my surprise, tho patient beyun to gain, and in a "111111 h shorter time than I dared to ei er expect, she was completely cured. Tho name of this remarkable reme dy ia Dr. King's New Discovery for Con sumption. I now use it altogether in my practice. Ltaaing M. I)., hcanmltn. Trial bottles free at Soybert i, Co.'n Drug btore. Large sue fl.OO Oregon Republican. Returns from the, election held in the slate of Oregon on the th inst., leave little ' doubt that ' it has been handsomely carried by the Republi cans. The principal oflicers vnted for were a Congressman anil a Su preme Judge. Distress After Eating, the result of indigestion, will ho longer experienced if a half tuhlepoonful of Sim mons Liver Regulator is f'ken after each meal. It is such a good digester, and so mild and pleasant in its effects, that it is used by many after a hearty meal to insure good digestion. The Regulator does not nauseate or irritate the stomach, is purely vegetable, and can be taken in any condi tion of the system, and, unlike any other known medicine, when itsuse is discontin ued, the system is not left constipated. The death of William Gaylor Gor don, aged 114 years, is announced from Morrow County, Uhio. The term hudra mav be nsed to repre sent any manifold evil. If you would bat tle successfully with this many-headed mon ster of disease you will find it expedient to keep Mrs. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound always at hand. Dr. Jlanning. Greenwich, Fob. 11, 1880. lliyp Viltrra Vo. t&r I was given up by the doctors to die of scrofula consump tion. Two bottles of your Bitters cured me. Lkroi Brewer. jnl!iw2 Gray hairs prevented, dandruff removed, the scalp cleansed, aud the hair niado to grow thick by the use of Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Reuewer. LEGAL NOTICE. The City of Cincinnati, riaintiff, vs. The Hills- iMirough and l;iiicuiiiau itau itoau Company W Defendants. No. 52 : District Court of the Htate of Ohio in and for Highland (bounty. The defendants, Thomas Whittrediro and John Donnell Smith, residents of the City of Baltimore and State -of Maryland, and mort gagees and trnstws nnder an instrument of date June 1, A. D. 1870, and known as the Marietta and Cincinnati TniRO mortgage, and the defendants William Keyser and ltobert Garrett, residents of the City of Baltimore and State or aiaryland, ana mortgagees and trustees under the instrument of date April 1, A. D. 1873; and known as the Marietta and Cincinnati roonTH mortgago, are hereby noti fied that the alxve entitled action is now pend ing, wherein tne piaintitt, as a judgment cred itor, on Noveniler 8, A. D. 1873, tiled its cer tain petition against the Hillsborough and Cincinnnti U. R. Co., Vt'm. Butler Duncan, mortgagee and trustee for H. A C. bondhold ers; Richard W. Keys, The Marietta and Cin cinnati It. It. Co., The Marietta and Cincin nati Rail Road Co. as reorganized, and Tho Bal timore and Ohio It. R. Co. as defendants, and alleging that jilaintilT had recovered two cer tain money iudgments against The Hillsbor ough and Cincinnati K. It. Co. in the Suierior Court of Cincinnati; the one. No. 25.88-1. at its June term, A. D. 1871, for One Hundred and Thirty Thousand, Five Hundred and Fifty eight ($130,558.00) Dollars; the other, No. 28,- 62o, at its March term. A. V. 18V3, lor Thir teen Thousand, ronr Hundred and Ihirtv- eiKht 113.438.00) dollars; that under certain executions issued on said judgments levies were made on the Bail Road of the Hillslxir- ough and Cincinnati It. It. Co., extending from Loveland, in the county of Clermont, in Ohio, to the town of Hillsborough, in the county of Highland, in Ohio, and also three other parcels of real estate situate in said town of Hillsbor ough, and known as ln-lots No. 130 and 133, and the eaHt half of out-lot No. 10. And also alleging that the Marietta and Cincinnati Bail Road Company, 1 he Baltimore and Ohio R. R. Co.. and T4ie Marietta and Cincinnati R. It. Co., as reorganized, aeverally had monies, croods. effects, stocks, bonds, drafts, nromis- sorv notes and certain securities and other property belonging or owing to The Hillsbor ough and Cincinnati it. it. uo.t ail 01 wmun outstanding assets, as well as said Itau lioad real estate, plaintiff prayed might be sukl and subjected to the payment 01 plaintiff s judg ments aforesaid. That afterwards, at the September term, A. D. 1880. of said District Court, it was ordered that Orland Smith, John V. Madcna, Thomns Wliittredge, John Donnell Smith, Wm. Kevser add Robert Garrett be made defendants to said action; that by lease of Court, plaintiff, on October 4, A. D. 1881, filed an amendment to its petition alleging that said Smith, Maderi, Whittredgo, Smith, Kevser and Garrett, re spectively, as mortgagees and trustees under tho lour several mortgages Known as the nrBt, second, third and fourth M. and C. mortgages claimed some interest in said real and per sonal estate, but in fact had no in terest or estate therein, and plaintiff praved that the said real estate and other property tie sold Tree and clear 01 said mort gage claims and for general relief. The said defendants are notified to answer the petition aud amendment thereto, and the several answers and cross petitions 01 Iticliard W. Kevs, The Hillsborough and Cincinnati It. It. Co.. 1 he Baltimore and Ohio Itauroad com pany, Wm. liutler Duncan, trustee, A-c, aud J lie marietta and Cincinnati ltauroau com pany as reorganized, on or before Saturday. August 12, A. D. 1882, as by the Statute in such ease made and provided, or judgment will be taken against tnera as in default. TllK Clll O CINCINNATI, By Wm. Disney, its Atf y, Hillsborough, June 13, 1882. jul5w7 .fl'.ti .-i. ; lV.b.k- t. Vj A Itlllll U' Ivt t vnii art- u Uu' 11 ' 1 If YOU art encd bvt-.o strum .-f y l.-muminwoTerniia-.,iir 'dulioi avoi i k, "li:,:;.t woi k, to rw iiw;.uU.:it a" '1 UJ v t iic lrain nerrraud Hop E.ttcrs. uw Hop B. K toii tiro iint 1 J nitTerim; from any In- dilution . ui.v.n..- Huon; if y. ru mar n. ,1 ov him -l ' ' yo-uuic. uuil.-i-lnK from i.oorUMtu t ;- wu- foji- V o. a bud of tiuk inn. " K o D Li Liittera. xv7..., p. yrmi 'it.-msantlidi i - f .n.i of K 11 ". ill.. "!.!! lll.lt n ey wHiiomfnfoj,..M((i!;, al:e Hop Bittars. Hfte you ! nopuitxere D. 1. O. - 1 aa absolute and lrraslsut ble care fur ilrunkenneRi , um uf opium, tubanoo, or lUhTOOLlUO. , floldbydnif- build luT platni, (Jiafnt.' of the fom4i-.'.,l bniPtla, tii ''((. hver or nerc 1 You vi H t curod If ytniuit: Hop Bitters If you rr in ply wm k And towitilrll-il, tJ v L11CUUX. BOP BITTIM ra co., DotkMOr, . T. A 'ftmole, Ont. it i It may save your Ufa. It hae saved hun dred. liiuy 4 w lit XT. IH TUT O "XT J. L CHARLES INCEBRAND, hhn renMvbil liin Daily r.leat Market TO 9 NORTH HICH STREET. A Few Door South of the lUwinic Temple. FRESH BEEF, VEAL, MTTTOK, J'OIiK, BAL'BACiE-ilEAT, IIAM8, Ac, Of the very bent quality, and at price, w low ny othi;r eHtablirttinieut. fjTBtorea and familiva supplied wit frebh IioloKnu A continuance of public patronage soliciU-d. CASH paid for GOOD CATTLE AND HOGS. marltitf btiHinHH now before the puhlio. Yon ran make Li -y fanter at work for tliau at anvtloiit; elrie. Camta! neeili iL We will atart you. 1J a day and made at home by the iudil.triouri. <-nt wom n, boy. and Kill, wanted everyHhtre work for u.. Now i. the tune. You can work in .pare tune only or ive your whole tune the bu.iueM. You rau live at home aud do work. No othfrr btuoutiKH will pay you nearly a. widl. No one euu full to make enonnou. t.y eii(.'.Ht.'in at oiu-. Oomtly ouuit and t4iiuu frtMt. liiouey made fatt, eanily aud ItoMuitfuly, Addreaa lutiK & t!o., Allguala, lluiuu. 1- " : HOP I'M i kirvrrn nLV Lit aa u. not np waidb to to the pay i h. t l . r v ( S ; I have H ARTK K ' twrtKr-flvn VPr til m Ntc nrvM f"i.nt1 InON 'i'.Mn; rloftt. I n mity ri'n rT Ncrvon rntrHon, Kcinaic 1 lviip'ptH, tu an 1m- roTffrlflrnvl cotulll Vni tif tf.f hltnnl, thl i4frlie riif Hv. buw In l) tmtnli, ma)e nw- oinlcrriil inni ihn (i jive h1.',l m of our most fiuliMint pTtvltUn. h? . 1' tlitp firr nl and tnrnnipnr M If A, 8 IMOH IONIC 18 n"i'.'"ltj- ln nif ni-r4, M..., N"T, T77 nntnrnl h"altJ,fl ttnt to 1 dyjrtit ryrfjan nnrl J 4 ViUcull to (irrnlf Jilittf9 f ArV- j lit, Krotratlm of Htnll MANUFACTURES BYTHS DR.ttAK I tf ME.01C CO.. 213 N. kminj bf., il. LOUIS ItHvltnrnrm. GTJI3ST3SI Drugs, Paints, Brushes, Dyestnfls. STATIONERY, Window Gla rift Toilet Articles, Patent Medicines, &c, &c. QUIDIN BROTHERS, Druggists, North High St., ep8 V GillifST cj In tlxo TJxiitocl Gtntcs. EXHIBITORS FROM EVERY STATE IN THE UNION. The Great National Exhibition of ART and INDUSTRY. Admission, 25 Cents. No charges for Space or Steam Power. Special arrangements made for transportation of Ex hibits and Visitors. For full particulars address Wa H. Sthwart, Sec'y. julw4A.Vw SPROPJG RfllLLBWERY. MRS. ORR having just returned the LARGEST AND FINEST STOCK of miEBI & CONSISTING OF FLOWERS, FEATHERS AND LACES Of all descriptions. Also, Latest Fancy Hair Goods. The largest stock ever brought to this city. LADIES' NECKWEAR AND OTHER NOVELTIES. M. R. ORR, Masonic PARKER'S GINGER TONIC. Parker's Hair Balsam. Tht Btt, ClrantU, tad Moil Ecvnomlad Hur Drtii inj. Nr fiiU toriorUi juothful color U (tsj hi ir. tlx, ted SI tiit 1. tt druCCM. DT f1TtTnWW rrinrVB U,NG" ionic at once; it wiuinvigorate and build you up from the hm sa fLQLLivil lULuurtO, It has saved hundreds of lives; it may lave yours. Ask your neighbor or wybbi MvwutH, wi 50c. and $1 ad 1mWu MffiUM. 3 si.4 jy2HylDAro(rop) WHOLESALE LIS! t 1 0 piu'itlylNWaiBON Bucct'B.ors to JOKL W. Bl'AIiGUH, At the old David Sillier "taiid. North IHhIi Street, Hill.boro, O. P0WMAN & GROVE having- purchased tho Grocery Egtab v lishinent of Joel W. Spargur and added largely thereto, are now ready lor business wittv one plete stocks of Tamily Groceries to be found in the "Hill City," Everything is fresh and choice, and prices the lowest. We pay uasn tor Country rroauce, and pie to call and see us. We are of Fish, comprising White Fish, and quarter barrels and kits, prices. Remember the place-the near the post-oi2ce. , COVUAN & GROVE. . Ulttllutf A rfnhfnittnn nf J'rr . I 'vH.I.k rnu, Vt-t.W-rtl ; 1 't r.- rr ntl I ft'i)-hcrrt in )a fttifttahtm form, Ihm fr tn.ii jmvi r'f f ntt of i rnn th-rt ivHl nnt hlnrhm thn mn rhntftrrimHc of ""Ttrnn jrrpnratlnts. mi ihlur I', en e tho rcmittn (hit I Int. f 1 a hi kk'1 l) in ir.f ' I In jui ( 'rfMv- of Qrartl.-p. iJU. KOlil.lv I hAMI MS, 'h. 1 '' Si"t Akhic j ' ' ' v 4 y ' Oils, HILLSBORO. Sept. 6. I 882. Oct. 7. IN THE EIF0S1TIQI1 BUILDIiiSS from New York, we are now receiving FAT Novelties of Dress Trimmings and of Gloves, Lace Hits and Corsets Temple, HillsborO, O. cvnnoiTinri 1 A Pure Family Medicine that Invigorates without Intoxicating. If yon are a mechanic or farmer, worn out with overwork, or a mother run down by family or household duties try PabkkVs Ginckh Tonic. If you are a lawyer, minister or business man exhausted by mental strain or anxious cares do not take intoxicating sturtulanu, but use Parker's Gingex Tonic. If you have Dyspepsia, Kidney 01 Urinary Complaints, or if you art troubled with any disorder of the lungs, stomach, bowels, blood or nerves you can be cured by Parker's Ginger Tonic. There are hundreds of miserable sufferers daily dying from lung, kidney and nervous diseases who mi j tit be saved by using Faxkkr's Gingsk Tonic in time. If you are wasting away torn age, dissipation or any disease taw khu iui aviivuui W MIOWA Ob J. 1 ew cor. sires. Great saving In buying dollar size. r.incnnnTs ! SEND US YOUR BUSI NESS CARD FOR TRADE LIST. d. iA?;:r.ETH & scr:s, PHILADELPHIA. as Li W W Ll I of the largest and most com cordially invite the country peo first in the field with a Fine Stock Herring and Mackeial, in half which we intend selling at low old Miller stand, High Street, THE BEST -REMEDY . . . I'nn .1 . . 1 Diseases of tiic Tiiroat aai imi AVER'S Tn dipnsosrtf the pul tnonnry organ a oif and n-liiiMe remedy 1. invalimlili'. Avpn'i (.'iiKitRV Pcron.t. siirh a ri'inrily. nnd no othovsni'Mlineiilly nii'r- its thn rotltliUnici! l 1 thn jmhlii.- It a "'i cntitif combination rtf th 'incdii'iunl princi l'lcH nnd i-urntive vir- CHERRY .s 1 tus of the finest . drux'. rhemiriillr- ttnitrd, of ! micb power to insure the' eroatciit iwiiljle cdiciener and iiniform PrrTADnP ltv of results. Itstiike 1 LAj k KJtil iU, nt the foundation of all pulmonary disease, nlTordinj prompt relief and rapid cures, and is adapted to patients of any ne or either sex. Being very palatable, tho youngest children take it readily. In ordinary tJoufrhs, Cold, Sore Throat, ltronrfiltis. Influenza, Clerfryitinn's Hore Throat, Asthma, Croup, anl Ca tarrh, the effects of Atkh's Onritnv I'Er tobai, are mapricnl, and multitudes are an nually preserved from serious Illness bv its timely and faithful use. It should Vie kept at hand ln every household for tho pro tertiou It affords in sudden attacks. In WhooplDK-coush and Consumption there is no other remedy so efficacious, soothing, and helpful. Low prices me inducements to try some of the many mixtures, or syrups, made of cheap and ineffective ingredieuts, now offered, which, as they contain no curative qualities, can afford only temporary relief, and are sure to deceive and disappoint the patient. Diseases of the throat and Iuhrs demand active and effective treatment; and it isdan perous experimenting with unknown and cheap medicines, from the great liability that these diseases may, while so trilled with, become deeply seated or incurable. Use Avkh'9 CiiEiiiiY I'kctohai., und you may confidently expect the best results. It. is a standard medical preparation, of known and acknowledged curative power, and is as cheap as its careful preparation and fine infrredients will allow. Eminent physicians, knowing its composition, prescribe it in their practice. Tho test of half a centurv has proven its absolute certainty to euro alt pul monary complaints not already beyond the reach of human aid. , Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Practical and Analytical Chemists, Lowell, Mass. SOLD BY ALL DUL'UUI.T. EVLHYWHEBg. novlOyl 1 It - 1 I A 1 1 I .It KlU.VJ.I t't ft. P RINCIPAUUNE 'ilm UOUTbl', UUlCKi:.bT and And allo?,NI!EST lino to 8t. Joseph, poiutt In Iowu.JAtclilwn, Topcka, Dcnl NcbraBka,Mlasourl,KaiiC7.on, Dallas, Gab aoa. New Mexico, Arlzoua, MuiS- vestoo, truis and Texan ciUcaoo KANSAS CITY All connection, made ySy la Union viVAi Depots. Xyy Through VVN TT". Ticket, via tlilsr nd ru wl" Celebrated Line for0 nnd traveling a sale at all office. j"XyxSyS. luxury, Instead the v. s. yy,w ' a dl'- Canada. iCT AnffS. cuiufort. ly K'v n l.y T. 1. POTTER, PEHPEVAL LOWELL, Jd Kice Pres'i ct (len'l Manager, uen. Iies. Agi., t lilcat". 111. Chlcato. 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'i u Kxttiiiiuatlou fo prccl lbt j by law 1. 50 fi:liU. . llv oadur of Hie lloanl. au Jlyl LKW1.4 M KI1U1EN, Cl,-ik ' IIINO yoillt .1(11! l'lil S'l ISO TO THE j - NEWS OFFICE. 1 a J ll' WILL i AX iOU '10 DO 130.