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r i nan J M His .A v a , ,.r TonrK. fVIK H'"W. ('rmp, Aitt'in. rum yHi iiiikIiT n - ti, lnrl, Irnl r.-nmnnp th- di11. Pet" V-'i t; Cnu 1h Octiuinf I)r. rtvilt -i.r wruri " lr rfi-.irM Triif-M'f. U f ,4 HhU ff-ml in A frtl. f'rf- Mn(i f-Kifn.fi fatrt, aim Ui" IV.p'i. H.ltliivnr. . U4., l M. A. .ALVATlOrJ OIL, The Greatest Cure on Kl th for Pain," '"M relieve more quickly than any ler known remedy. Rheumatism, !iira1ia, Swellings, Dmiscs, Burns, .aid's Cuts, Lumbago, Sores, Frost- Backache, Wounds, Hendrtche, othric.li', Sprains, &c. Sold by all I agists. Price 'J5 Cents a Bottle. WORTHY Of Confidence. ,- yrn't .-urripnriM:ilsnmclicin('tlint, ill Lil v riiiriii nrurly 40 yearn, in nil parts of (he world, has pro veil lis clli-im-v us the bet blood alterative Uuowu to UK'tlii'itl science. GARSAPARILLA trVZ: u-i-tiuinc Honduras Snrsapiirillii) i in ban1, mill it H powers are iiliiineril la the extracts of Yellow Ioek and .Stil liti'.'iii. the Iodides of Flaium and Iron, iiiul oilier iotent in,Tedientf. r your l.lood viiiaieil by ilerunp'inenl.i (f the tliL'estive and nssimilntory function-!' is it tainted v Scrofula? or doe It contain the poison of Mercury or ( onta','iout IiiciM-? TrJC 'cuiliu.; phyNh'iaiM of the frilled lilt. Mates, vlu know the eomposition of Avkk'm Sars.vI'akm.i.a, hay that iiKlhins else bo pood for the piirltien i ion of the blood is within the range of pl.arniaev. I "J 1 V ''y "", ,ls "f l'1''1 remedy Is it viLY posihle for a person who has ( orrupted blood to atluin nounil heallh and prevent transmission of the d' Ktruellva taint to posterity. TljnOfil'PUl V elleetive renovation IH'JnuUbnLY (.f the system mu-t ineHide not only the removal of ror i uption from the blool, but its enrieh inent and the sti'eiitlienin of the ital organs, nri iini r" witnesses, all over the l. LLlAtiLt. vnrld. tr stifv that this work Is better iieeoniplishrd by A V Kit's Saiis M'aimi.i.a than by aiiy otln r n-ue'dv. CLOODlt1. that is corrupted through dis- made iure, and luood weakened thi'oUL'li ilitninution of the ml corpuscles' is made Mron:, by A V I K'S .SAK.HAP AUH.I.A. t- i tsi r-f I mr tlie blood and building I'UhlrYlNb up the system require time in serious eases, tint benefit will d. -rived from tin! li-e of AvFH'a .-SVU.SAPAKI1.I.A tnoio peedily than lr.it. i nnvtliin else. for which like effects are dcLliUiriL faNcly claimed, is abiiu- d.iii; in the, inarket.'undernianynames, but the onlv preparation that hasstood lietest of time, and proved worthy of the world's confidence, i Oyer's Sarsaparilla, rilKPAUF-D BV Dr. J. C. Ayor A. Co., Lowell, Mass- Sold by all Drini-sts: Price $1; .Sin bottles for t-i. 1880. Harper's Young People. AN ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY. Tltv pnsltliin of Il'trpt r'x Voting i'- plr u i tte it-in 1 1 wt'tk ly per loU 1m I for uti u. ifHitiMN N wrll vl ithl isii'l . pnbhshft' r-uirH no pains )o provlilt ltn best himI nnh ai I nit't 1 ve reail I tur iuhI 1 1 lumt nil Ion s. Th iml antl Niiort stories huvc si ronu 1 rn mat it l mrret, whilt they art wholly fire fion v nttrver Ik pHiuii'ious or vulgarly m-iimi iioiiul; the pupor-i on hut unit hNtory am M-ionee, 1 ravel , ainl tiirt faels of life, arn h vi iterN whobe natnws gives Uih hest assuruHC f wceuracy and value. I IhiKtrntetl paper "i Ht 1 1 lei u Nport, funics, a rul past tin en v 1iil In formal ln on these .subjects. I'lit re ji 'thtn eh ip attout It Out lu irle n epitoino of every t IiIiik that In alt i him I ilftMtrtihlu lu juvenile litarature. l:;stun Kincr, A weekly feast nf ieon things to the boy i':ui ulrls In every family which It v I Ml JlroukUin I tu,n It in wonderful In its wealth of picture i ti formation, and Interest Christian Arfvv wr, N. V. Ti:itIS: rustlike l'repald U'i 00 Ter Veur. !';. VI!. commence Jr"icjnhrr 3, single Numbers, Klve t'ents cuch Khiu lltances nbould be made by l'ost ( Mlk-t Money urder or Ihaft, to uvtld chance Joss. A'cic.v; tapers ore not to copy thin advertise mcnt u-Uhuui the r.ijirct.i tinier . 11 a HTKH A llKorilKKM. AddreMtt llAIU'KIt A UKOTllKKS, New 'i oik. Hlllsboro Prices Current- Corrected Weekly by H. Koadh A Co., Whole Bale and Ketail Grocers and I'roduce Dealers. rtjyiNo rnicEs for countj.y imioducf Hillnboru, Monday, Dec. HvlSS,i. Uttalera are paring the following prices for lue variuiirt articles named : I Wheat, bushel Wa New Corn l!5a St' tJ.ui 'JOa 2; flour, cwt !i TtOa 2 87 :'uro Meal, btmhel 40a 1'otatoea 'J."a SI tSweet Totatoen. l)iihcl 4ua 6' White Heans, 1-ushel 1 50a 1 75 lned Apples, ib a reaches ureeri Apples :10h 40 Jtutter 10a 12 V.Kt do.en a lh Jiacon liaina, lo a " h ivies hhouldors a J,ard t'.y'a JUy.tun H nun ;i uti lav Cliickena. lo 4' i-4 1 reaed (.'liickeuM, II Turkeys, alive &' j'a & ' ' d reused a RETAIL PRH'KN or OllftCEItlES AND 1'KoprCK, tlroceriei and other articles retail from stores at tbe following prices : btiKr. N. 0. lb ;a J Sugar Kx. C SuKar -a 7H' A rttiKr ".'j i iranulated Sugar Ha 8,St 'tit Loaf an.! 1'uwdured Suar H , a ;otfee, Itto lua 14 Tea, Imperial, Y. H. and O. V 4'a HO " lilack 5ua HO t heose, factory 12'.. a Klutir, good family brands, cwt II Oca 3 40 ' " bid ti boa ti 60 Mttlasaes, S. 0 00a 70 ' HorKum a 40 lolden Hvrup 4.ra 60 ;oal Oil. 128 20 Hal,KanawhaandOhio,bld ' a 1 10 MirhiKan Halt a 1 25 H ami, City sug.ar cured TJa 12 LIVE HTOCK. lieoves, cwt. gross 2 fo 3 00 lieeves, shipping 4 boa 4 fW hlieep and Lambs, per o nl 2 Hia 3 00 flogs, ewt. gross 3 ti.ia 3 25 Htock HuKi groas 3 fnia 3 60 Milf'h with calves 30 C(a 40 f0 TEACHERS' COLUMN. Elevate Society by Cultivating the Masses. HENRY G. WILLIAMS--Editor Address all communications to New Vienna, O. "THE END OF THE BEGINNING," Or the Professional Training of the Or the Professional Training of the Teacher. [Confined] '2 7 t 7 7 J IS It V nruulred preparedness I nu'iin thai (ritiuinu it ml eduentinu specifically for the ork to be done. 1 mean that to become thoroughly prepHied wiihout that lonu and tedious Mnd expensive drill ex per lenee ! vei, n iiinil lie ed''rttpt and irnlned for tt) work, lie must Marl mil on bin preparatory on rse w i h t hat aim I n view. H it one oh- jerrt miiKtbelo lm nud to know. I do iiol wish lo be untlerNtood an metiiiiuti miti none are KucepHMftil teadiers hm tonse. who have Kpeclatly prepared thoiiiHelveM for lhat call- it it before entering the IhreMiold n teaener. No, far from that I wmil l not deprectnte be wide rnnpe of knowledge and theHklll, tl I Ity and professional en I hnslanm no- inlred tty the bnndrelNof tencberH through ong and vexing ears of loll, wlinoni nav- ng the nil van Lawn tti preparatory pro Ten sion a I t rami n g. I udeed , to this clasH belong I I a I ge per een L. o.' our hUCCHssful teaehern Mut I mourn the loss of eneigl utterly w n(ed ft lift the erroi h coin milt ed that a prope profesNloiial training would have pi hied t hem lo avoid W'e will ngree that the teacher Minuld 1) preparolfor bin work. Mul Wfl no ii"t an nnree w to the extent and nature or inui reparation, nor as lo how it Khali be ma-le f the Uaehei 'h ral It ni be u irofeHSlon shoulil not the IraeherH tmvn professions. (raining ? fail you conceive of ii pro fen-don with neither profesNlonal nun nor women In It? I have alluded to the profusion of the law, of med n-l tie, an.l of theology. Ile- ideM h ltberul ptluealHifi it innecesj,ry and compulsory ttiat t he a ppiic.Mi t for ad in insson to I he profession of law lake two or three yeiirs of special drill and study under the d 1 1 eel 1 1 tu of a com pet en t . practloi I preceptor, ami then be examined ou tin principle un derlying the practice of tun profession. W It houl making furl her inference, I Hhk, In not soma professhoin I t rain i ng nee.-hsary to m a lie a good leaclier '.' t'om pai e the material u pon which the la w ei and the t richer work, whicti requires h greater k no wleilge of P5 etiological ri'Nii 11m ami In fluencen 7 Which baa fh ureater need of a Ibvlne Hand tit guide ti 1 m ? 1 1 needs no d Iscusslon. Toil to dav lion iiihuv vuuiiL! men are there to the schooliooniN who have already Kpent allttielr lelKiiie liours for the iHSt year or t w t In tfie st udy of r.laekstotio ami Kent ti ttellevc those aie the iihiiiini, and who, In a a year or two more, w i f I he lu another pro fession ? W by Is thin? on can solve It. I'unb to Hie profi k-Ioii ot the phyMeinn, lies blew a good d uciiioii which woti hi no loubt he ihlnka it would prepare tilm lo tedcii any coinuio.i K-hool, be must add also a l hot on g h k now led kg of I lie sdiicluie tf the human body ami or It ...any lausof persevat Ion , and must submit himsel! to special ttaining. and must ha li at i r p d t nee on medical lectures at least two year- be i ore be is perm It t ed to pr;ict Ice w bat he does or doi-sn 'i I; in ww . What won Id in any persons think If they had lo spend their i line n ud iiioiii here's vv here t he rub comes In) In attending lectures on 1 V-daft-oKle and 1 duct ics for at le ist t wo j ears ttwfore belnj.; granted a certl Ilea le ? Hut II such a training is ieUlrevl of bint who "s to Heat the body for II d isc isc, what should be the training of htm w lift Is lo have l he care of bti h sou I ind body ? And w hose I n flue, nee is mot c far-reiiciilns lliun his who is In any othei p rofession ? Theie are 100. (UK) licensed iihyslclaus In the I'uited states. They have all spent time and labor In becotnli-c prepared to ftractlee lit I heir profession. Thei e are -tiKl.Unp teacher' in the 1 ' 1 1 It i'l Stales. 1 he average life of the physician while in his profession is prohabl.i thirty years. The average life of eiich teaclier lu tlie profession U said to be about five years. What l.eeotnes of them ? (ii t sick, you i:iy, and unit, uxpectiug t. live ;he remaining forty-live years on what hey have -lived In five ? "Not very much !" Hut yon know what become of 1 hem. Home of litem get married aud quit! Some oT them go buct". to t he plow. Some of them go lo the tiar, and some ui Ihesu atf am ate sent lit Die Legislature to mnUo such laws and provisions as will cause rt repltltloii of the same thing for generation ufier genoriUlon. Some, but only a few, enter the ministry, w hi le ot hers of us lose ourselves In obll v ion . Probably not more thuu one teacher out of (tnu liundred makes ll a life work. Help to solve the problem, will you, fallo w-teacher ? tio 1 the work shops everywhere or uny where In tho world. Promotion liere is the: reward of excellence and advancement in skill. Hut the material with which the mechanic works is only passive, inurt mat ler, wltlle that of the teacher Is living,; acting, being, resultant soul-matter. "How much greater arty a ono " the necessity Tor (liiulillcallon on the part of him to whom Is e itu mil ted t tic mental and moral training, development nud growth or the mind which is both in Itself and In Its progress eternal, and whose Injury caused by incapable and vicious teaching is not only a lost opportu- nlly and an irreparable meiilul deformity,1 tun whose evil consequences can only be com pnl ed by t he revelations of et urnlt y !' Hut hnw are these four liundred tbouNand teachers lo be preparad ? Wull do we know bat a large number of us go into the profes- lon wilb no inoia tialnitii; or preparation t ban would filial ly tit uu for the pract ice of la w or of medicine. Vet we mniiHge to get ivrt i ilea tea and are I ice used , full- Hedged teachers Hut t here is danger lest we become -d licit t Ion a I dodos ha v I ng en v Ii opulent s -ntlri'iy too much for us We may have wings and lie unable to tly, (lout and be unattle to walk. W e may curry u certltlcatv tud he nimble lo It-ach. Hut I hope lite day is nnl f ur d 1st u n I when t he ed ucat tonal ihido a 1 1 1 tie known on ly In peduot; leal in UMenm s md Ihen known only lu be pitied mid lo iorm the dead remains of our poorer solves upon which wo may rlne and view the pro- ressioniil field devoid of dodos. Hue great trouble with the leaehcr'b pro fession is, that It Is easy to get Into and just i easy to get tint of. W hen do the ma jori ly if the te;.t hers who till our country school's; receive their evlucatlon '.' Itonol young men proceed from tho c ointry kc 1 1 or I h in the' "(tring as pupils, and take a "beolin." fori he ci unty seat whers they gft licenses -alld for twelve lony months, und in the lUtnm u enter I tie suiuo tchenls us teaohers teuchers of their former classnuiU-h who! loubtlcHs think they know vastly more ban their teachers. Hut what is more re murkable ntlll, peojde sav that wt are some i lines successful! Why? Hecause t lit itleH d what a good school and a good teaclier night to be, is entirely too low. The people nave not all learned to appreciate tnlvut and professional sk 1 1 1. i'rud uce t h is desire, rreale this high Ideal, aud then It will be poaaihlw to produce teachers who will meet vmir moat satiKUlne expectations from professional htand poi nr. Lvory one who observes those lines of i bought which agitate the minds of the educational public, well knows tUat much i being said and done to elevate the teacher 'a profession. Hut it seems to me tha' the, -florls of our prominent edueuturs is much me-slded In on respect. They are wrestling with the hltli school question and lhat of th college. How to impjove all graded schools of the State Is a question that is en .faplng the minds of many of our leiutingj educalort-. nui u seems to me they igi.oie i tie Improvement of the muswws the ork of the country ecliools and how these may ne ameliorated. True, the higher Institu tions foim the head of our educutlonal s-tern-. Hut there are "millions ut the buse," crying for assistance, for ui letitioji. insy tte wrung lu this, nut ll seems to me lhat ninny of these Influential educators, whose assistance is so much needed, are gu I it y of sort uf prof ess ton at nepotism. They have passed from a polychrolo canvas to a mono chroic. Thus we one atory country teachers ar-f left to plod along w 1 1 bout modern Pestalo.zis nor Arnolds to guide us, or the inspiration of such to lure us on ward. Thus hemmed In, some of us begin lotnlnk that ours In mil an im portau I post ami ttial It makes but I tit le dilleieiice w belli ur or not 11 be g I ven u p. W e lueu think we m tint swal low heme educational propeller or iriHchiue whether we dignl tt or not. This "g luder" must be s wallow ed mo that we may dish out tlie intellectual putmluin to unsuspei-ilng Innocents day by dav. This grinder, tlie originator of the Uurdy-gurd v grind, me chanical drill nnd cram, is aomethlug like Ihttoldmlll that ground hall for a certain Mea-raptaln until tils vessel was filled l overflowing, oven so full that It sank It. and now the old grinder Is at the hot lu ui of t be sea, su pply I ng the g t eat deep w It ti Hm Mult ,by grinding, grinding, grin ding ! 'J bus we see drifting, any wIhUihi ! un whither! Hut 1 have already consumed loo much valuable lime. With but a faw remarks dovoUd to suggestion of remedies J will close. In the first place I would say that we must create ii Igher ideal. No one ever gels above his ideal. 1 tils higher Ideal must lie in the line of (tetter qualirteutloii, more aupieme ly cnritecrealvd cnerle. Hut In order to secure tbU ll ih neee"iary to have a standard bv which to gauge ail tpial I Meat ions for ad mission to the profession. We must guard well toe avenues to the profession by place Itig high the standard ofadmlsslon And w 1 1 on one U onev 1 in 11 ted U I h I m iio gt un led 0 licence for life. Joseph l'ynM Hi his "Sciatic and Art of Kducalbtn'' offer this conclusion as to the prep rat Ion of (be teacher, "The com plate equipment and training nf the teacher for his profess un com pre hendy t ht-e t lire tilings: ill A knowledge of the subject 1 n k t r in Hon , t'Ji a knowledge of ibe italureof the being to be Instructed, aud iHi s knowl My wifeB hands were very much swollen aud distorted wiiu rheumatism, and tlie pain was aljit'ist unetulurshle. Alter lining scleral bottles of your Athlophoro the pain ami swelling are gone and e he is well. John 11. Meiill: 110 Kerr itret, Columbus. (. t.c fflge of the bf"t met hod of I net ruction. Thl" k now ledge kii 1 tied h v ct r f n I Ml ud y n ml con ol tied with prurUc, cortit 1 1 n Km t tin training of the teacher" but fVfii thin, though f ar-reuehlng In n (lemnndfl. doen not tell tin bow that pr-perat Ion or 1 nil nine in to t be made. Kupt . V . .1. White, In en i eluding nn nrt Icle on tliln imbipet read -it I 'UHUiiiu'iua at the lest meet I ng of t he Sttilo Tencheri' Afselft llon, nld ; "I iielieve n necehltv exlstn fur r ih rtnnl t ral n I n b d e part men t in con ueci ton with t be public ftchoolu In our niiiiiI ler cit ie. "Such ilepa rtment , while tt would not wholly exclude nil Incompetent tear hem. would greatly i educe their numner. It would lo much tnwerd ulvlpRlho tettcln r'n voeal'on runk nn proresslou. "It would furnish, to a grenier decree, that culture ulilrli In begotten by the el lent yel potent In title nee of dally cmnacl with nlrong nnd cu III vftted teachern. " It would f urn tub to the mont dollcatrt nnd illtllcult of all the profeslonn the pedagogic training without which it cannot attain Its lih:be t results." hut nltner does thl cover the r round. The provision for the profevlonii tralnli'g for the large army of teachers w ho are to til 1 the country si-hools Is lolully lgnoipd. I believe there exlslfl n tiecess(y for ll positive and estahllMhed courneof training tor all applicants to Uih profession. This course of training muv be subject to ti (It vis ion Into grades. I believe a necessity exists for the en foi cement of a 1 1 endunce on normals H-diools established for the special train I ng of the teacher. Hut, wit hough I am u lie art r nd vocaln of normal l ral n Ing schools, I nm a III He. supple Ions of some of lie llno.Npiin theories about normal train ing. Many of these theories find their cul mination In mechanical, farcical cram. 1 believe tint thw avenues to the profusion must be more renlouuly guarded by the state. In the absence of these training schools and the enforced attendance upon them, I believe that every applicant for admission to the profession should tie sub fected to a course of lnsitucttoii under th guidance of n com pet en t , ex penenced teacher. This cull rue of study ami instruc tion nhould cover l wo yearn. Tito aspirant should tie required to obtain A somewhat com prehensi ve k no w ledge of pad agog I rs. Id become com pet en I , t hen it. won Id be nec essary to ha ve an tin tier-1 and I ng of psychology, lis results and tnlluencpM. He. would also lie required to uuiltrstaud tin1 physiology and hygiene of 1 he bet rig be Is to ed uciii e. I pon h Is com it let Ion of the neces- sary preparatory course of study he would be examined upon IIicm' tilings as well us upon Ilia b'linchee of sillily lo be taught. If he be found competent, almll him to the profession, grant blm a license that will be hts license allll w hen the lust ,-,M miner of lit1 fades away. lint we can not nlwn I sueure what we need. If we can not reach this Ideal, we can do much toward II. We must elevate the profesHiou. Wo can individually assist In ibis work Our stand a rd of excel it-nee must he In t tie n I tint ies. We tn list I. rive high con -cepl ions of our duties, a Ii gher conception of the I rue a I ma of ed ileal Ion Is t he found a tloti stone upon wnlch will, In time, be ( ou st rncied the Science f tvl ucal ton . influence and oATortH must be pu t under 1 ho etieck and guidance of principle, and energy Is to bo led into right directions, hlscipline is nee . to torls otherwise blind ami ruinous Into powerful subserviency great ends. I ntluences in ut be r ig h 1 1 y directed. The ral u-d rop that Ud I ti million on iv- ii go has left is photogtaph In t be band. Then if von are about to enter the profes sion, pause and purify vmirself upon Ihe threshold, "know thyself " He mem tier t bat yon can not define teaching us It should be without using the mi perhit i ve decree. Not ai I I hat cuds well is well. In order that your professional career end wo 1 1 it is bit ler t but ii begin well. The beginning must be more ex a I' id and the end will be more gloi tons. I 77i end. j [Confined] A Remarkable Case. , j t I j 1 i ' i ' I I ; - ; j I j . I , ! j j j J j i i ! 1 j j ; j J - i ii M: -. i I m:- v Liiis, 5.10 Sroit street, Miiv.MiikLC, Vist:o!is:n, writes: "Dr. S, V. il AiM MAN Co,,Coi.l,mu-s,0.: 1 am i ::'.!;' -i J. v a sc:;sc ot (hit y to tlie su tiering t j . im : ';ttL:;i, , (' vour remark -i.'; . t-.i-e oT n;v..i '.r. I w as a most niiser s.i :!. r i!, v. rims annoying it:i I I s'rp-s'r ; . -c rjl dcliriite persons, . "t cu:. p 1 i ' ) b e.o:ilitied to my b I l r a ; :i !h-!;p too weak to t ". -i i ;i: ' : ' . n uii my feet. 1 w ? d 1. . i .c r.ie-. . ; nut.ilde phvsi- ;iit ur ,t a a :::id all saving they e. I liaili en up we'.l. In this con your MANALIN :i 1 - ) i r'l c'-. L-l' ! .l' I Ii -.1.1 t. t.l I ::i.v 1 :::u must lia;p v lo i l.iiw in.; .ilis 1 w.is perfectly v.-cll inlv i.iu'.l, u'ln)iit any appliance - ;... of anv Kin. I.'' j !r i;. A. I'rwhl, Nov Portago, Sum ' " i Ctmi'ty, O.iio, wtitc: "Mv vi:'o I..:, ii.vn si. !v lor a'iKH:t live years, 'in tlie t i.i r i...i.-, t.ie il.ic'oi- cai.e.l it ieicorrlui-.i, ; -i 1 1 1- i i'i 1 it aii .ut one M'ar, aiul t.'.;e p.-v.- uoi :-o, a;ul tinned to nicer. ition of j til v. nli, :i:iJ u a:i tre.T.eil for that two ye i"-., ; 'i' '. lu r e aiul t!;e ileetnr : I i-I ::i-i i i:iii;1 yoJ L'n ii i.i. o n; oi'tnc best il-j. lors if Akron, ii :l n.'. i' r ii T 1 1 1 :iie p. t sin p"e- worse. I S .' -. ,i I . i -.i 1 . . I ; slie Iiiull'i-t ;il ol the i u i; e of ll jell .'. ,' a ul Ler fycsllit. S!.c co:. J ;.:. v .A lor ii";n ly lun ve:.rs. j A'i 'L.t : ::c ;n . 1 1 : : s a-ro UiuierwooJ :aw he. up. I' - ti i-.nl yiiir l'lau'X . .s, e ' li.ts t.f..-t ! i:-t'0 lioti'.es, and it ilid more 1 fjoo-1 ti l .11 a :y oi.her MH-dieinc. '1 la- pa j ra'ysls Ii.-.-; ; 'j.jnt l- ft her; her o-esl!i! i-i I i; "hr,' !) V.'e will continue U.e use ! of i'kkl'N.v irilil s;!:o is weil." i''r. Isaac N'i.:cJ.j:.-.'.i ;, Sciie!lsl;ur;r. l-d- f'.-r I Count e, 'a , wi :' s: " I am iiulc.ci il, h .- a sea o f ' il '.' t - the fi-.-. fieri n-. to make ! a brief s'avici . : ;i'yoi:r rein.n kal-le hcl; 1 a - a .-..Iie'er i f c. turrh in luy la ad i.i.J la -o.it. I ti-Klor. il v. I'.ii o:u ol t lie lu -. pli -sa-ians in our ) -la for that dii-aiiol :,.-a .a, caaar i i -3 I 1 s; iio any ki natlis. " I r . i,r-. am! !i. aa. l loun-.i no rei.i :. hat ii- s iieeii and was i A ; Me ::1 f:f woik lor near three - i.l neither lat r.or s-lee; M.W .M I N did wonders for :i.-..v 1 u .e. I tiuee boUlcs of IV. iu N . af.il oc.f of Man r.nj now I am in l et- l-. r la :-.!tH thari 1 have heen for ten vears, and 1 can h.a'tiiv recommend your nud-ici-a.' t) all s-allei in- from that dread dis ease, catarrh." Mr. I. W. 'iVood, i i: f.erlhi-. Ohio, fas: " Von:-m ii cia -iv --s ;;i .od satis laclion. My i".isti.mers h,ieak hi-hly of its curati-e propel tit s.'' 'The hest on earth" can truly ho nu.ii! of Grici' (ilveeriiu- SHlve -a npet-dy cure for cuts, liniisi h. sealilri, hiiniri, moich, ii U-h, tetter, and all nkit im uptimiri. Try thin wiuidcr healer' '2ii et-iitH. (iituraiitet-d. Kinsman county, Khiimih, Iihs n Ollicc naincil "1 lol l-t lie-I-'ort ." Post Fit. -All fiU ntnpiK-d frru (it Dr. Kline. tin-at Nerve Hentercr. No titu alter tirnt iUv'h iiiii1. MarvelliiuH curi-ii. 'J'ri-atitii' and $2 trial bottle free to lit ciisoh. Send to Dr. Kline, ii:U Arch utrcut, riiilHileliihia, I'a. Navigation lias York canal. eased on Ihe New A clear heHil la indicative of k'uhJ health and r K'llar habit. When the body feela heavy and lniiLjiiul, and tliA mind wm U tlueeishiv. Aria a Calhai tie I'ilia will woml- rf ally ansiHt a roeovery of pliTmcal Inioyaney and mental Tiiir. 1 lie cjimtiputeil aliouul line tliein. New York lias a lionie lor "Weary Women." It cannot lack for lienelici ai ies. No other medicine has wou for iUelf tnu-h uiiivei'Hal aniirobation in ita own city, atute, and country, and aunuiK all people, aa Ayer'a Saraj'arilla It in the bent combination vt-lif tulile blood purifier, with the Iodide riituHnniiii and Iron, ver ottirid to the pulilic, It will not disappoint you. It ia the bei-t ar ticle k now ii for pin il viiiK the tilood and build it i k up the hi-allh and Hdenth. For '5 years ermipelua hioKt- out in tiloteliei, on my tuee. I found no cure untd I used 1'arker'a Tonic two yearn ao. H in the uii'dieine for uie.- 1-1 1'. II. ducap Sltnlcnt i to hcrvunt at the iloorl ''MisK liruwn V Servant -"She's en taL'i'il." Sindent "I know it. I'm 1 1 at lie'ii enyageil to. To Err Is Human. Hut Ton make, no mistake if ymi nan Dr, JoneM' lied ( lover Tome for dvnit-iiHa, coa nveiKua, liail breath, pile, piinplea, aue and malaria diaeavi-u, poor apiietite, low apinla, headache, or dint Hi-8 of the lildueva, atouiach, and liver, l'nee iill ei nla, of W. li. Smith Co. h to of of 4 MARK. ((0US.3((UI V 0 "sTXtS'k' AhtnluU Ju rrre from i.pt"trnt JCmvlic and Volon. SAFE. ftn, SURE. V IblS. 'nn. omii M A.oi.ii.vii co.,ni.TiiintiK,n. 1 rjucoiisn 3 THE GHLT - mn nil fm n Cures Rhcnmntlsm. Nenrtlqm, lUi I aHl,vvl!.vr;,,,,r.,.,',,;u rilK ' l IM H A. IM.F!. It Ml. n. THE GREAT , E C U L A TJDJI PURELY VECETADLE.- -are you nn The ltdriilntor nrrfr fitlla o'nr4. l ninvi cim'-t in m fully riTiuiiiiii'iiii itto all w ho suuVr from hiltoui Alliit k- it un v Disoasp fiuiscil bv ft thBrrHtit(Pil Ptnl utth.'UviT. 'W.K KKHNAKU; KanhahCitt, Mo. VlM Villi rVlOlll- mm-i, , .m . m-li, ll4'nfiche, rtr. A ii'Mvilitiur wli timt takn imiii'-iis l.ivcr Ki-nulftt'ir, tolct ni tt wm sur euro fur tny timtlik-. Tin? fir-t dnso I tonk rt'llrviHl nif VL'i v niiii'ti. iiinl in nic werk'n time I wnn nn hlioTH.' iui'l li. trtv us 1 over wiiH. II Ik Ih be4 uaodit'iiic I ovf-r toolc for flnkriw, 11. li.t KKNSHAW, Kn ttMONn.VA. DO YOU COnSTIPATIO'l? Suffer from Tcstinumv nf IImiam W mivkr. Chif-.lustlpe of (In. : 1 Im ve uhimI Simmons hlvrr Hfulator for Onutl pftiiiniot tuv It'uvcls. cuiisel by tt tomriorary niniri'iupnt of tlio hiet-r for thi lnyt (hn-i- or four vears, ami always with decided benHI.' SAFER AIID DETTER TUMI fti f"CS ? 1 have born Fiibjppt to IH All lHLbtKU. 1 Sfvrt.'snell-i of Coiik'Ofit ioii of tlio LiviT, ami Ikivc b' - it in tin' b libit of taking f r mil 1.) to m ains of cnlouii'1, hit h k' icrnlly lnll tn'-up for tlir. 'i-or four l:tys. Jttcly 1 havp been tnkint," SimiiioTis I.iv.t It. 'VnHior. wbb li irnvp me rrliff, iHiouC ouy tnlfrruptlon (o bnni IIC'HJ. J . li L IHi, iMlDltLKTOHr, UU1U. OMLY CENUiNE! MAM'I-.M ' HI I) 11V J. H, ZESUti &. CO., Philadelphia, Pa. PRICE, SI.CO. The formula by which ilishler's Herb Bitters is compounded is over tuo hun dred years old, and of German origin. The entire range of proprietary medicines cannot produce a preparation that en jays so high a reputation in the community u herc it is made as a f- r?5 uuvSiLu) ' tna m -m ma r-"- I 1 It is the best remedy for Kidney ar.d Liver Complaints, Dyspepsia, Cramp in the Stomach, Indiges tion, Malaria, Periodical Com plaints, etc. Asa Jilood I'uriier, it has no eq-.tal. It tones the system, strengthening, invigorating and giving new life. The late JuoVo TTnyee, nf I.anraptrr Co., Pa., an able Jiirmt ainl an honon-il citizen, once wrote: " MiBhler'a Herb Iiitti-rn is very widely known, and liaa aoquinvl a in-pat reputation for nieill anal ami curative itoihtUi-p. I haveueed niywlf and in my family tu vi-nil biittlen. aud I am e&ua Ded that tlie reputation n not unmerited." MISIILEE KEEB BITTEEB CO.. 625 Commerce bt., Philado'phia. Par ker'g Pleasant Worn Syrup Never FaiU 1880. Harp sr's Bazar. ILLUSTRATED. Jfaroer'.s Jittzar h tho ntily tinpor In tlie woi Kl thttt roinltlnos the ehoiceNt lltorattire ithd the tin est nrt. Illustrations with the latest fashionu anil in ttio'ls of household Hiloriinit'iil. Its weekly II In strut ion d desi-rijitions of the newest I'aris and New l orK stylos, with Un useful putlern-siieel hti pploMifii Ik and cut patterns, tiy tMiahllnn lint it's I o he tht'tr own tlressniaki-rH, Have niuny titucs iho con ut Miltseription. ItH piiptos on rooUlim, tha iiiiiiiii;:eiiif lit (f Ker vh nis, and hoitst-Kecpl mk In tts varlotiM rtt'iitils are em Ineitt ly praiitloal. Mueli at ttMitioti is i;ivLii to Uih mlerestlnu topic of Hoi'tal elloiifttt. and its 1 1 lust rat Ions of Hrt ihh 'die-work are elc now leiitjed to tte nn quailed. Its literary merit Is of the highest excel lenee, at, d the ti n hi ue eharncler of it InininriiiiM pit-turps Im won for ll tlie nume of the American J'ttia-h. HARPER'S PERIODICALS. fer Year: 11 AIU'Kli'S ItAAIt II.MU'KK'S MAiiAJNK HAKI'KK'S WKKKLY HAKl'KK'S Y(l'NU I'Kol'I.K llAiU'KK'S K It A N K I.I N Sil'AKI-: 1'iKAKV, Ono Ye tr (2 NuintmrM.. i'n.ifate free to all xnhsei ihei in th Matt a or Canada, &l 4 4 'J Ll- 10 00 fnitid The volumes of the Itazar tipr,ln -wltli the f 1 ret .Ntnubfr for January of t-ach year. lien no t i mr is in en Honed , it 111 he un derstootl 1 1 1 m t the KuinrrHter wishes to com uionce wilh I he N ti nt ht.-r n ext after the re eel pt ordnr. 1'iound 'ol unies of liar iter's Jltizar. for t hu e rurH hack , in neat cloth hind I ng , will in- stMi t h v mall, post ii i;c p;i Id , or tty ex presH flee of expense (provided tliw frelhl does not exceed ono dodar per Volunu j, for HI Per volume. Cloth t'aseH for eiich volume, suitahle for ill ud i nn, w 1 1 1 h - keu( tty mail, post pu Id , on rt i eipl ot ?! iX) eiu'h. Reinlttauc. s should to innde by Post Office Money Order or lHafl, lo avoid onmice of ios. Aen i-a i r are not to coin th;s advertise nient tethiatt thcc.rpir.ix order of llAlli'Ktt tllioTll KHS. Adduss UAKl'Klt & HHoniKUS, New York. Farm for Sale, I oflcr for Hale one hundred acres of fine ft iniiiK land, within four miieit of Lawrence, KiinHrf, and wituated on tlie nmst pulilic road lending into the city. 1 he linprovouientM are A hi'iv frame eottaKe ot heveu roouiH, atoue harii, and otherout-huildini; a younj; iehard of ouu applo titeii laninniiiK to ht-ur; alto prm'lu'M. pt art, cln rritw. unipi n. etc., tde., Hhundutfe. 'the farm im divided into Hevea tieldH, nnd fenetd with hede, wire and utond, i wentv acred in timothy and clover, aud 20 acrenui nlicnt, nhich ih looking well. Thil piopt-rlv ctiii he Uniht cljuup tor cath, or will kivl any one wihiii to t irlmiie Kafctoro propt-rtv a fuir trade. For particuUrd cttll oit'. It. l'n tann, at 1ft Nat. lUiik. iiillhhoio, U., or additsu A N Shepherd, Lawrence, Ktna. nov'.'ttf TMAOF. W-. llll CI d OLDEEifiTjr.lES A 12,347.50 Tlie above is the amount for which se have this day closed the remainder of the stock of one of the largest manufacturers of La dies' and Children's Wraps. They will be placed on sale this week and persons desiring a nice, com fortable wrap for little money will do well to sec them. The assort ment is made up of Open Circulars, Russian Circulars, Paletots, Newmarkets, Ulsters, Long Dolmans, Short Dolmans, And Jackets. The Children's Cloaks are of the latest styles and very cheap. In the lot we have some very fine Silk Goods. Ilasonio Temple. The revolutions in the world are only equaled by the revolutions in our natures ! which fact is demon strated by changes made in our immense stock of stoves, not only in the prices but in style and qual ity. Great care has been exercised in the selection of our entire stock We are happy to intorm our friends that we still have a ful line of Jewel stoves, both heating stoves and Ranges. Our Jewel ranges have taken the Red Catd at every County fair at which they have been exhibited. One of which is a "jewel" in any wel regulated family. We have several varieties hard and soft coal heating stoves both square and round, nicely ornamented with tile and nicke ornaments. Then our "World' Jewel," something entirely new this -year's pattern, the like which is nowhere else seen. To see, is to admire, to admire is buy and to buy, is to have a last ing luxury in your family. The Fire Bowls in all our Jewels are three pieces, easily removed, and in case either piece burns away you do not have to go to the ex pense of buying a whoe new fire pot, as is the case in most other hard coal heaters. We also have a new pattern of large coal heaters suitable for offices, stores, schoo houses, and churches, which we offer at greatly reduced prices Then we have constantly in stoc all goods kept in any well regu lated Hardware store. Call and see us at the sign of the "Big Red Anvil." Look for the Anvil and don't miss the place. Ilillsboro Hardware Co. Spurt ii of of of to in I'artiai, l ftosi For tifi ur WIDE AWAKE for 1C86. tVFntt 11 oiftrrtus sent on aiWittitnjim A nio!tir. wiuun nv rv:..ii nuve r''i Wiiik Awakk from l? HrM nninher to ti IhIhhI, wrltHM : " like the inttontint brratuie tt full of ImpvfarMt Another thinff ichni I lay tiou-n. J f-l a if J tiuft vera walkina on hrmy hill top ,y-Y 1LLVRTKA T:i) 8KK TA LA. I. A MIDSHIPMAN AT LARGE. II. THE CRUI8E OF THE CASABlANICA. Fvfry hny whn Bnlliwl tn funrv tlie lute ex- ciltna riiof-n of th t'nritan nnd tttp tienetn, and it 1 1 lovers of Mnr Ipn, will rnjoy tlifRP two Moi-tpfl of Newport Htirl Orcno VHRlltillK, by i'JIAHLKJI IlKM I NO TON TALBuT. III. A GIRL AND A JEWEL. Mk. Harrikt Phfswtt ffporpOKii. In t It Ih tl Icioiin W ti ltt M on nt Mlti Ronmncr, contrtttulo1 hir iltHt Hprltil to a young foihn' tiiHKir.iit(. IV. DILLY AND THE CAPTAIN. V. PEGGY AND HER FAMILY. M a ki arktHj pnky wrltew thoup twophtirm- Imk AitTptitiit srinl for l.Iitie Kotks. Thir-ty-Hlx lllUHtrHlionn eiirli. VI. A 8IX MONTHS' 8T0RY I tit In to tp an nounced), tV CHAKI.KH KuitKHT CKAIi1C)K, author of JJov n the Jiavine. ROYAL GIRLS AND ROYAL COURTS. By M n. Jon it HHKRwonn. This spi-Ii-h, m- lipi-lallv lirlllliint Hint Innmicl lve, will brain n me iiiriMitntiK. numuer huh run inrouicn the ycr. A CYCLE. Or CHILDRt.nl. Ilv F.i.iiuidgk rt. Hrook.h. 1 1 liint rt Ioiik hy HowHnl 1'yle. Twelve hlntorlonl HtorlPH eel ehriiiliiK Iwelve popular holidays. The Ural pix n r : Maatr Snndy'e C'liriHtniAa Sunpflragou. llwri'nilicr, lii.VI. MtrttrHH Margery's New Year's Tin Money. Jim , l. Mr. Pepy's Valentine. Folirunry, lllliO. lie l.aal or tu. Gernullnea. Mnrcli, l.i... Ulrcnii and the Mine froole ot Outhaul. April, 1213. The Lady Or.tavla' Onrlnnd. Mny.lM. NTt)ltIKN UFA M h li 1 VA iV H'AHU. ThrtlilnK iticUtctiiN in our vHriuti Ainer- Iohii wHrliiri'. '1'hflrKi mix are: The I.licht of Key ltiMcayue. Jorl .laekaon's Smark. A Revolutionary Tnrnront. IloT Daniel Abbott Outwlted Ihe Indians. In the Turtle Oanl. Tha lloy-Koldlers of Cherry Valley. XX I'RRJL. A rninanllfi iloen of ndventtit-es, hut-all ulrlpi ly true. The Brut Hlx nr : Saved hy a Kite. Tax a Tar.. n a Mica Mine. The l ire Trail. The Varmint that Runs on the" tltuLili.llo!" A Htrauj.e frlHoll. YOUTH IN TWELVE CENTURIES. A beautiful art feature. Twenly-four sn. perb KtnrliPH of rune lypesnnd liHtlonnl ooh- tumPH, by r . Cbtlde 1 1 hhhii hi , Willi text by M. . H. FIRE-PLACE STORIES. Th Ik nrt loin will Le 11 notable ffalnre of the .'lirisittiaH number. Tlie rich tlluKirullons ncludo ullinpNH of Hollnnd. AftNyria,rerls, MoorlNti .Hpaiu unci New KtiKland, with two pnlntltiKH In clay modelled expr.-ssly for W1DK AWAKK, aud reproilttceii by special process, lu tbrea tonea. SOME SPECIAL ARTICLES. L'KSFAST TKllMBI.E TURK. By Hod. H H ( ox. U. s. M lniter to Turkey. THE 1'UISCESS J'OCAirOXTAlS I!f KNU- LAXJ Hy Mrs. Kaymond lllalbwayte. lllusirntloiiH liiulude portrait from paint insr never hpfore eiittrvtd. a won h a pus a yn a CToa n a nt HIXTF.R8 by ora Ferry. Kaif nnd amUHtntf. ii R A XI) PEACE MEET. By Will P. Hooper. An luipoHluu Indian Ceremony with nianv plcinres by the author. A SIXTFESTH VEXTURY SCHOOL BOY. By Appleton Morgan. The lire Ota Ind In ShHKewppnre's time. MY FIRST BUFFALO HUNT. By Gen. John I '. Kreinotit. THROUGH THE HEART OF PARIS. By r rank T. Merrill. A pen and penolt record of a trln down the Heine. THE DUMB BETTY LAMP. By Henry Haeon. H ltberto untold Incidents In con nection with "Floyd Irexon's Hide." TWELVE BALLADS. These are contributed by twelve of the foremost women poets of America. Each ballad will fill Ave to seven pictorial puges. The first six are : The Descos'i LIUls Maid. A ballad of early New F.nxlaud. By Mrs. A. D. T. Whit- npv. illustrations oy iyiiksli. h. uumpnrey A Ntoryortuo Chevalier, a imllail or llie wars of Maria Therena. By Mrs. Harriet Prescott Spoiroril. 1 llustratlotiH by K. H. Gnrrcl - The Minute Man. A tml hid of the ".Shot heard round the World." By Margaret Sid ney. illiiKiralions by liy. iindnain. The Hemlock Tree. A ballad ot n Maine KetiltMiiniit. liy Lucy I.arcnm. Illu.stnillons bv K llnunil H. (jarrell. The Children's Cherry Feast. Aliallailof the ilusslle War. By Nora Ferry. Illustra lions bv liiiorna roNter ISarne. Little Altx. A ballad ol the Children's Urusadi'. By ivisan Coolldge. 1 lluslrations by 1' . II. I.uiinre.i. THE C. Y. F. R. U. READINGS meet the urowtnu demand for the hvlnful literature, history, science, art and practical doing. A good commission is paid Tor securing new subscribers, ellber In cash or premiums Send lor premium list. Widk Awake only f .1 U0 a year. D. LOTHEOP & CO., Publishers FHA.NEMN AND llAWLKV B'lS, liostoll, Mllltfc 1886. Harper's Weekly. ILLUSTRATED. Harnrr's Weekly tins now, for more .tinn twenty yearn, iiiHiulMln(1 itn poBltlou as the lend. ni; illninfel weekly uewttpuptr America. With a cottfttttiit lucrreaho of ltt rary and nrtlKtic re.noorceM, H in able to offer lor the emailing yetir atruouonN unequaiiea by any previoun volume, eiabraelnu two ei.pilnl HUiHii utml Krria slnrlrs, one by Mr. Tlnis. Hiirdy. amontt the foremosl of living writerNof licLim,Hna theolhwrby Mr. Walter Iterant, one ot the moHt rapid ly risinu or Jtn KliHh uovellNlH ; yrHphlci lllunir alloiiM nnusual i ti teres t to reader In alt (ectJou the country : entortatnlnK Hhort atones, n.ontlv 'lluwtrated, by the hutU writers, and liunortunt puperK by hiirh aulliorlliea n cniei toyicH oi ine tiny . very one w no aosiren irum wormy Dolltlctil etilde. an entertaiuine and insiruo live fumllv lournal. entirely free from ob ieetlotiahlH features in ailtier letter-prens tl luHtratlons, nhniild Hubsorlbe to Harper's Weekly. HARPER'S PERIODICALS. 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'Notice- "I"H0EBE MINOR, whose residence is X known, will take notice that on the dav of December, A. D. 185, Feter R. Miuor lilcj liis petiliuu in the Court of Cuiuiuan Plea", Hik'iiliiiiil county, Ohio, beuiK cause Dutuber 42U7, praying a divorce from Ftioebe Minor on' the ground of willful tor more than thrse years last past, that said cause will be for hearing ou and after the 3utU Jay of January, A. D. ltifiB. l'KTKg H. Ml.MIB. John T. Hiub, plsintiff'e attorney. t7 (5 CMoIm?:cYcICtcsters Suld tacr- r-"f!T hn c-d. r. Tbeoiily hok I 1 wo wi-is-lji a mriptiuu of tl. 'ert to Ciiolera, . tScil'l foC E T. V.V.' , CkvJand, 0 -- ; Is in of of or 00 00 00 W 00 for per for on of dt mi tnb. asid ab sence and do- READ': ABOUT "All . trmWfut nJ fninrnliMit cure. ' Th. iinrivllr1 nd faerie, medicine.' Aid note the following PR. THOMAS' TXLF.CTRIC OH. mad. Ih. following tfrtt, pwTl of which th. proprietors can furnuh on application. Toothache In Karaclic " Ilackaclic 44 Lnmoncus 14 Coughs... 44 Hoarseness.- -44 Colds 44 SoreThroat-. 44 nearness 44 Falnof Hum...44 rain of Scald.44 5 Itllnulci 3 a Hours a Iajtt 10 Minutes i Hour 34 Hour 11 44 9 Days 5 Minutes 5 " Croup it will e In minute, nd potitiTeljr curt any cajewbenuted at tbcouutl. Remember tnat TV. Thomat' Erleetrie OB U only v cents per bottle, and osa bottle willge farther than half a doren ol an ordinary medicine. 'Itongh on Rats." Clears out rats, mice, roaches, flies, ante, bedbugs. Heart Paine. Pal pi tat Ion. Dropsical Hwe Mines, 1)1 l-.sl neap, Indices! Inn. Headache, Hleeplessnesa, oured by "Wells' Health Kenewer." 'ltougli oa Come." Ask for Wells "Rouirh on Corns." lie. Quick complete cure. Hard or soft corns, warts, bunions. "Ituchu-pBlha." Ouirk, complete cure, all Kidney, Bladder ami I r1- .y IMseases, McaiiiiiiK. irriiauon, Mtone, Hravel, Catarrh of Ihe Bladder. (1, Druggists. Bed-Hugs, Kliee. Viies. roaches. ant. bed-buts, rat, mice. gopliers, chipmunks, cleared out by "Rough on Hats." 16o. Thla People. Wells' Health Ilenewer" TCRtores bealth ami ylgor, cures Dyspepsia, Impotence, Mexual in-WUly. fl. "Rouen on Paine. Cures cholera, collo, cramps, diarrhoea. aches, pains, Kpralns, headache, neuralgia, rheumatism. 'Ma. Hough ou Fain Fiamers, Fc. Mothers. If you ore foiling, broken, worn out and nervous, use " Well e tlealin ueuewer." ei. DrnRglBte. Life Preserver. If you are losing your grip on ltfe, try WbIIb' Health Heuewer." Goes dlreol lo weak spots. "Rougli oa riles." Cures Flies or Hemorrhoids, Itching, Pro truding. Bleedini:, Internal or otlier. inter nal and External Itemed y In each pacuage. Sure cure, 500. Druggists. Pretty Women. Ladles who would retain freshness and vivacity, don't fall to try "Wells' Healtrt Kenewer. " "ItougU ou Itch." Rough on Itch" cures humors, eruptions. ringworm, teller, salt rheum, frosieu leei. ciilllblalus. 'Bough on Catarrh." Correuls offensive odrs at onoe. Complete cure nf worst chronic cases, also unequall a gargle for Dlptherla, More Turoat, Foul Broalh. 6UC. The Hope of the Katlou. Children, slow lu development, puny. scrawny aud delicate, use Wells' Health Kenewer." Catarrh of the Bladder. RUnglug, Irritation, Inflammation, all Kidney aud Urinary ooiuplalnls, cured by Buchu-Faica." 51. "Water Bags, Roaehee." "Rough on Rats" clears them out, also Beetles, Ante. Col. E. J. Blount HA1YAGEESF. J. OftVe Walnut Str. House, l!et. Sixth aud Seventh Streets, ' CINCINNATI. First-class in All its Appointments POPULAU PRICE, $2 per day. W. M. TUCKER & CO., Props -ntr?OST0FPED FREE laiist Penont HefW r Dr.KLICIB BOBCAT M U V.V NFRVEKE8TORC curt frr ttry$ Ajtttnt. Sfiitfty, git. iTfPALLiaLB l(U)in as dirctaei. f-iit V' , nrg i Mr m wit. i rous ma tiiu piu Itm to ". Fit rMtlants, ttiajr pfg fjipronrhM-rvjaon bx a m lewd to IR. K LI NH.Ml AKh Sr-HitsvirrohU r jamertlouse W. Main St HILLSH0K0. PHILIP KRAMER, Proprietor. Stricily First-Glass First-Class Livery, Feed and1 Sale Stables Attached. soplGyl A SFilrrT iW A INSTANTLY BELIEVED. POFKAM'S ASTHMA SPECIFIC. For the cure nf ASTHMA. Established 1H. Trial package free. T. POriHM m CO., Frops.. Philadelphia. Do not fall to try tiiissplendlii preparation tfyou havedirilcult breathing; from Asthma, Hny Fever or Chronic Bronchitis It la a pleasant Inhaling remedy, going at once to the seat of the tl Isease ; removing (be inuoug or phlegm, relaxing the tightness of tue chest, promoting expeotorallon, and giving immediate and positive relief in every case, Fut up In large boxes, and sold by d. ugglsbj. every where. PlAnOS-ORGAnC Th rtemnrtfl f'r tho Improved Maioit & Hawiiw fi a koh Ii now nn lar(t that n RKcontl a1ll(iin lu fnctorv linn tweonu' imprtivB. Iki not requtrt one qinu tt-r - niurh lunluit n. i'tatina mi tlie r ylllitf wi'sl-iiin hV-ifiM. ( Hif'ill i'i!t'l(iii. trt. l'Hi S Vlt f H'.iHNS, "J'i tl ( ''. 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