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A KIMAKIABM CAM.
Madisonvlllelsoneoftho most flourish
ing of the many (suburban towns of Cincin
nati. It is situated about fourteen miles
from the city on the line of the Cincinnati,
Washington and Baltimore Railroad. Our
correspondent learning of the severe case of
Mrs. John G. Lindsley and her sudden
cure, called on that lady at her homo in
Modisonville, Said Mrs. LIndsley :
"Words would scarcely express the tor
ture I endured. The rheumatism I hod
was in no particular part of the body, but
was all through mjr system, prostrating me
so that 1 was entirely helpless, not being
able to feed myBelf. My physician, who
is one that we have employed in our family
for many years, gave me no encouragement
whatever. llo.swM there was'flo use of my
taking medicine, as (1 never would be any
better, but might liyo in this terrible con
dition for many years. About this time
my son was recommended to get some
Athlophoros for me by diaries II. How
ard, conductor on the Cincinnati, Washing
ton and Baltimore Kailroad. Mr. How
ard said it was an excellent medicine, as he
had used it himself. On the strength of
this recommendation my son brought some
home for mo to try, but as I had already
used so many different kinds of medicines
without ever getting relief I was somewhat
reluctant about taking any more, thinking
they were all alike no good. But such
was not the case with Athlophoros. After
taking only part of a bottle my pain ceased
and I was able to walk about. The change
was so sudden and so miraculous that I
could scarcely realize that I was getting
well. I used about eight bottles, and since
.hen I have not suffered any to speak of."
At the general store of Aikens & Hcnsel
Mr. E.A. Hcnselsald:
" I have been subject to neuralgia of the
stomach for many years. To say I have
used many kinds of medicines without any
benefit would be a very moderate way to
put it, but I can say that I would not take
SI, 000 for what two and one-half bottles of
Athlophoros has done for me."
"Then it has cured you of the neuralgia
of the stomach?"
"Yes; and we now sell it in the store."
"Having used it so satisfactorily your
self you no doubt sell considerable on
jour own recommendation?"
"Yes; we do. I make it a point to say
1 good word for Athlophoros whenever I
can, as it has done for me what all other
incilicincs and doctors combined had failed
Charles II. Howard, conductor on tha
accommodation train of the Cincinnati,
Washington and Baltimore Railroad, and
a resident of Chillicothe, Ohio, is well
known to the patrons of that road. Many
of his friends and acquaintances will doubt
less remember of his being afflicted with
rheumatism so that for five and a half
.months he was laid up and detained from
im duties as conductor. Said Mr. Howard
to one of our correspondents: "Athlopho
ros is the medicine that brought me back to
my duties, after being laid up so many
months. After I had used about every kind
of remedy I ever heard of I commenced
with Athlophoros. I took myfirst dose on
Friday, n the following Monday I dis
pensed with cane and went to work, where
I have been without losing any time ever
since. I consider it an excellent medicine
for rheumatism and would advise any one
bo afflicted to give it a trial "
If yon cannot Ret ATnLopnoROi of your drug
gist, we will send it express paid, on receipt of
regular price one dollar per boltle. We prefer
that yon buy it from your druggist, but it he
hasn't It, do not be persuaded to try something
else, but order at once from us, as directed.
ATHLorciOKos Co., 112 Wall Street, New York.
Til RpKtilnfor never
fiillu tocnri. IiiioIl1 cur
fullv rucum !'! wl It to all u ho suiter from Ittlious
At tuck or am UIeaciusotI hviiiii-atrftiued tato
of the Liver. tt.lt HEIt.WU.I), KiNSAgCm, Mo.
CO YOU WANT GOOD?
I suuroiUutenKly a
T-ltb Full ttiom. .
tich. HeiulucliP. Ptr A n fish ho r who hart tntcAti
Mumon Mtr iU'gulxitor, toM me U wis n sure
cur for my irnulil. 'lite first doe 1 took relieved
me very much, and In ono week' time I a as
strornr unit htirtv a I evr ua It Is .be beat
inedlclne I ever took for Ds rpsla.
DO YOU i
Testlmonvof Hut or WARErt,Chipf-JurUiceiMia :
"1 have uw., Simmons Lher Keirulator for CoriMl-f-tionof
my Bow eN, caused by a temporary l)e
i inireimmt of the L.r for tlip lit tlrce or four
jam, urid always it I ill decided benefit.'
SAFER AND SETTER
''HIM GlLnMFI ! ha'"-' ln su,,Jwt
I (inn UHLUHlC!a l scveruspells of Conirest.
l"n of tbe Liver, anil h ivo been in llie liabll of taking
1 mm 15 to aw Kralns of calomel, which generally laM
me. up Inr three or four days. Latelv 1 lime been
taking Simmons hlrr Keculalnr. wlilch iaa me
relief, wllliuut nay InlerrapUoo to bual.
ue. . IILCU, JIiuouroaT, Ohio.
MAMFACTl RED BV
J. H. ZEIUH&. CO., Philadelphia, Pa.
Imperial Egg Food
TJERSmty be fed to produce end u well as cows eta
M fad tA nrfirinM mil It. If ?nur nis-hhn ia Hrtlns
coat la triains-abost a half cent a week per fowlwhich
Mlnff thna tA mnA wall t.V.. ... t .... mi
better than any other atoek yoa can keep.
F. C TCMTgYAlIT Hartfsrd, CtM.
Hillsboro Prices Current.
Jorrected Weekly by H. Roads A Co., Whole
sale ana Itetall Grocers and Prodnoe
U DYING PBICES FOB COUNTJIY PRODUCE
Hillsboro, Monday, April 10, 1886.
Dealers are paying tbe following prices for
tug variuuBs,riiGieanaiueu :
Wheat, bushel 80a 85
New Corn a SO
Flour.cwt 2 25a 2 61
Oorn Meal, bushel 40a 45
Potatoes 25a 30
dweet Potatoes, bnshel 76a 1 00
White Beans, bushel 1 OCa 1 20
Dried Apples, lb ,. a 2
Ureon Apples 40 60
Batter 8a 10
Kggi, dozen , 8a
UeconHams, lb 8a 9
" Sides c cii
ShonlcWs iUi 6
i"- , 6fa 1
Hey.ton 0 ODalO 00
satan, rucxs or ueocemis ahd fbodbcs.
Uroceries and other articles retail from stores
at me following prices :
Bagw.N.O.ib..... fJa 6X
O Sugar .' ,..: BU 7
E.0 Sugar .-.. fa IU
A Sugar 7Ka 8
Qranolated8ngar 8a 8W
Oat Loaf and Powdered augar. . .? .. 8Wa 9
OolTee, Bio . 10a It
rea, Imperial, Y. H. and O. P..... 40a 80
" hlKJ Ma 80
tJbMse, factory 12Ka 16
Hour, good family brands, cwt,... 2 75a 8 00
" " " " bbl 5 60a 0 00
Molasses, N.O 60
" Sorghum a 40
UoIdea'Syrup,: 40a 45
Coal Oil 12 20
BaltKanawhaandOhlo.bbl. .....;, ' a 1 10
Michigan Salt r. a 1 25
flams, City sugar cured. ,..,.,...,. 12a i
LITE STOCK. '
BtTM,owt. rtom ,. 3 60a S 25
Beers, shipping.....' 4 00a 4 75
Bkafd Lambs, per cwt 3.00a S 60
aaM.ewt. aroM :. 360a 8 75
tHMkBet grow :.'i'8fla 4 00
ivowf, wtineurcs .'.90004000
Continued from Jint jhujc.'
Poutlieiii Pacific, ftml ns both roads are
wealthy, to predict whero It will end, is
difficult possibly in the beggary of one
of the rondp.
Recently, wu had tlio pleasure of
incetlnn Sir. J. I.. Loom is, his wife, find
tht-ir daughter, Miss Jennie. Mr. L. was
originally from Ashtabula county, Ohio,
but lately of Wisconsin. Mrs. L. U a
sitter of Mr. Jeans, of Uttnan, Jeans &
Co., of Hillsboro, O. They have bought
a farm near 1'omono, all choice land, anil
a fine location. It is well improved, all
of it being set to orange, apricot, peach
and pear trees. We predict it will be
one of the finest places in Iho valley.
We give Mr. I.oomls a hearty welcome
to our number, and they expect to re
turn to occupy this place next Septem
ber. While we rejoice in, and, may be in
clined to boast of our beautiful and
pleasant land, wo arc troubled very
much with the Chinese question. The
Knights of Labor, A. O. U. W. and Mich
organizations are fearfully mad at the
poor Chinaman. As ono of our journals
expressed it, "In the dark ages, if tho
strong wish to rid themselves of the
weak, they killed them. But the secret
labor organizations propose a method of
torture for tho Chinaman, vlz: Starve
him." And if any dare to tako the
Chinaman's part, they boycott him, loo.
Tiki Chinaman, as he comes to us, is
an objectipnable feature. If he had a
wife an children,, ho left them in the
Celestial Empire. IIo comes to us iso
lated and alone, witli the full intention
of following his own heathenish ideas
The clothes ho wear:?, his shoes and
often his hat, were shipped from China.
He prefers that the rice ho eats (which
is his staple article of diet,) shall come
come from the flowery land. By no
means does he want to encourage Ameri
can industries, by using our products ;
but ho wants what ho consumes to bene
fit and pay the laborors of China, and
he lays up what he can earn, to tako or
send back to China. One way of look
ing at this is all right. But, if he
brought his family, declared his inten
tion of becoming a citizen of America,
wo ought to give him 100m. If we
could not reach him, we could reach and
Americanize his children, or coming
generations. We must say this : He t
not lazy : and ho is provident. Living
in the cheap way described, from five
to a score or more huddling into one
little apartment, he ran work for small
wages and save money ; and rather than
be out of work, he will accept low wages.
But when he hunts for work, he is not
wishing that his eflorts will be in vain.
He is an oppression to the laborer who
wishes to live in a decent manuer.
But are not ourlaborers plunging them
selves into a vortex of trouble ? Must
they not realize that when labor and
capital are in conflict, that success is
likely to be lost ? Capital must be, is in
a measure, independent. While they
are dependent on each other, capital
surely has the advantage. Not but that
the honest and honorable poor man is
worthy of fully as much respect and con
fidence as the one of liko qualities who
may be worth his millions.
Tho man who inherited only his hands
and his head, and .who has, by adversity,
through sickness, or whatever uncon
trollable cause, only been able to support
himself and family, should have the
best opportunities possible given him.
But the poor man, who is poor because
he has seen the dram-shop or gaming
table too often, or spent his substance
in riotous living, or to come down even
to tobacco and cigars, give him what
help your conscience tells you that you
should give. I have known men, who,
it seemed to me, spent as much for to
bacco and cigars, as I could make by
But what benefit is it to join a Labor
Society? Suppose after more mature
thought, you wish you had not done so.
Whero is your respite ? Go where you
will, if such an order exists there, you
may count on it you will get no work, if
you have discarded your order. I know
many who, when employing laborers, if
known to them, will not employ a man
who belongs to a labor society. Such
will become more and more the case.
Capital will be driven to protect itself,
and it can do it.
Our friends will always rememberthat
in our articles from California, the half
has not been told ! We mean that that
half is the dark side of the picture.
J. F. Cumberland
'Shall our girls whistle ?" Of court If they
strengthen their lungs by taking Dr. Bull's
"When headache lolna nenralcia. then
cornea tbe tug of war." A wise general mar
shals bis forces, charges with a bottle of Balra-
nen uii, ana tne aougnty roe lies cringing In
me uuau no
Cadmus was the first postman, He
brought letters to Greece.
For colds, croup, asthma, bronchitis, and
sore throat, use Pr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil, and
gei tue genuine. ,
"Great days for the laboring man,"
says an exchange. Yes, but pretty poor
Women who have inherited Or aennired son.
alitntional weakness, will realize the happiest
curcia, auu uv Kruuy ueaantwa vj using ur,
J. II. McLean's Homceopatbio Liver and Kid
ney Balm. ei.Oi per bottle. For sale by Bey-
ucnajuu. a t
Lady (in shoe store) : "I would like
to look at some cloth slippers for my
self." Clerk (unUl recently in the dry
goods line) : "Yes, Madan, something
all-wool and a yard wide?"
Mr. . Springer, oft Mechanlceburg, Pa.,
writes: "I was afflicted with lung fever and
abcesa out lungs, and reduced to a walking
skeleton. Got a free trial bottle of Dr. King's
New Discovery, for OonsuasptloB, which did
DO so much COOd that I bonarht a dollar hottU.
After using. three bottles, fos4 mMeUoae
Bnani laa. .aaaanPMiear IWMraai . ao aMAltaj.
wjn nearxy Bpti asaa inaii
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SCHOOL EXAMINERS' QUESTIONS.
nranll nf the Meeting Miilnrdaj,
1. Which is correct Miss Drowns,
Misses Brown, or Misses Browns V
2. Give the progressive form of ench
of tho following verbs: Strive, place,
work, beguile, follow.
3. Write three sentences containing
each n transitlvo verb, three containing
each u passive verb, nnd three contain
ing each nn intransitive vcru.
4 Give tlio principal puns or me
verbs that follow: Lay, He, sit, set,
5. Write tbreo sentences showing
the relation of the infinitive used ns a
0. Mako u compound word, a de
1. Mnko a sentence lavlnjr a uora
adverb of tlegree. Make a sentence
having a phrate adverb of degree.
Muko 11 sentence having a ncntence ad
verb of tlegree.
H Mnlrn ft snntpnrn liavinir a parti
ciple used as an adjective, a participle
used as a noun, and a participle usea
as the object of a preposition.
. nen is iiu uujecutc ui hid iu
inlnutlveform' 10. Diagram the analysis of this
k n 9 at "And who knows,
Let tills bo uimkI. wliethxr imr angry Foe
Can kIvh il, or will ovor? How lie can,
1 (loui)tnil j that no never win is Mire.-
1. State the urluclnles upon which
the rule lor tinilina the G. C D. of two
iir more number Is founded.
'J. A man Mild 1111 iirtittle for $33.51,
which wiis 15 per cent, less Until the
miirkcd price: he neither trained nor
lo-.lj what percent, would he htvegsln
til I nit lie Mild ut the mxrked price?
.!. How union must be invested in a
per cent, slock, purchased at B'H per
cent., to hectire nil Income of $1000?
4. A bu-liel measure is i;4 incites
wide, and 8 Inches deep. What should
be the dimensions of a similar measure
containing 8 bushels?
o. A triungie win it. case i ou reei
is divided by u line piirullel with the
bae into two eiiu:tl parts. What is
the length of the line?
0. A watch which Is 10 minutes fast
at 12 o'clock 011 Monthly gains 8 min.
10 sec. per day ; what will be tue lime
by the watch at it quarter past ten
in the niortiiuir of the following Satur
7. It a pipe of 0 Inches discharge a
certain quantity of water in 4 lire., in
what time will 4 pipes, each 3 inches,
discharge twice that quantity ?
e. A man lias $10) in iu cent pieces
which he wishes to exchanga for 3
cent, 6 cent, 25 cent utid 50 cent pieces
respectively ; now many 01 eacu win 11
9. Two ladders are standing in a
street with their bases 20 feet apart, in
clined toward each other ut an angle
of 45 degrees until their tops intersect.
rlow long is eacu lauaer t
10. How far from the end of h stick
of timber 30 ft. long, of equal size
throughout, must a lever 00 placed so
that 3 men, two at the lever and one at
the end, may each carry one-third of
1. What is the composition of the
atmosphere? Give proportional pans.
2. Tell why tne Tropics are zajfc
from the Equator, and the Temperate
Zones ench 43 in width.
3. What is the origin of the Kegion
of Calms north of the Equator?
4. What is dew? under wnat cir
cumstances can there bo copious depos
its of dew ? Why will it not be depos
ited on a. cloud v night .'
5. Name four hot and two cold
G. Name and locate Ave capes on
tho Atlantic coast 01 JNortn America.
7. Bound Austria, give capital and
name three large cities.
8. Trace the Meridian of Greenwich.
t. When it is noon at Memphis, Sun
Time, what is the time at Richmond,
.Eastern standard time i
10. What and where are Kara, IiO-
patka. Archangel, i'aiermo, Tornea
1. Name the uses of History.
2. How did the expression, "Millions
lor ueiense, not h cent ior iriDute,"
3 Narrate the early history of Vir
ginia. 4. What is meant by Pre-hlstoric
5. What efforts were made for tbe
reconciliation of the North and South
in 1860. 1861?
0. Which of the States were chiefly
settled by Catholics? Which by
Baptists ? Which by Episcopalians (or
members 01 tue unurcn 01 ugianmv
7. What wastheOstend Manifesto?
8. .In what two colonies was religious
liberty most completely secured 7 un
der whose leadership were these colo
nies settled 7
9. How was Kentucky founded?
10. What (acuities In your pupils do
you seek to cultivate by 'the study of
THKOHY AMD PKACTICB.
1. Name some of the recent im
proveineuU in tbe art of teaching.
2. What Is teaching?
3. What Is Intellect?
4. What Is the first thing to be done
in Intellectual life 7
5. What do you understand by a
correct metnoaoi reauingy
6. Name some conditions necessary
to aeeure study.
7. What are the requisites of a' good
scnooi 7 i
8. What are you reading or study
ing as u preparation for the work of
9. How do you teach Grammar ?
10. What is your method of con
duotlng a recitation in written aritb
a s a
"I bare not had any ache or pain in the
rbeumatio line since, using your medicine
Athlophoros, two years ago. It has made a
tnorougn cure in my cat e," it ne written tes
timony of Mrs. Ella Smith, 61 North Foster
street, uprmgnciq, u. no
Anxious Reader, No. Y03 are mis
taken. Burns did not write a poem call
ed the ''Boycottera Saturday Night."
a) aa a
Pure blood Is absolutely neceesaey in order
to enjoy perfect health. Hood's Sareaparilla
purines tne oiooa ana atreagwens tne system,
a aa a.
General Butler reads only the Bible
and tho Evening Pott. Butler never fail
to look on both sides of a question.
F1U.-AU fits stopped free' by Dr. Kline's
Great Nero Restorer, jNo flU.efter.flret day's
rue. Marrelkms cures? Treatise and t3 trial
bottle free to at cases. Bend to Dr. Kline, 3l
Arcn street, rnusaeipnia, jra
a a a
"Misfortunes never come singly," re
marked Jones, when a young nan sat
down to play his own accompaniement
to a song.
' T kUanejn are tbe oheunets' for tho imai
?f . tvs. inapurtUoe of Mm Wool. , Ttteae aaay
be lept la perfeet acUrHr by-UvteeHal itin-
w. .mm ..--.
alating properties of Or.
HoaBoietsiiBJo Uw ad Kldaay Bales, a ft
"i Mowed for a large portioa of .tho waste
A Point In Telegraph taw.
A nuestlon of uractlcnl interest to
biokers and tholr customers is decided
in mi opinion Just reported "of tho Ken-Itii-l.y
Court of Appeals. A broker iu
New' York telegraphed a client In Ken
ttti'la that Iiu had bought certain stocks
on Ids account. The next day tho
stock began to decline. For sovcral
days it went down rapidly and then ad
vanced. Not hearing from his client,
the broker sold tho stock at a great
sacrifice. It subsequently appeared
that tlio telegram nnd been transmuteu
to tho Ketitucky ofllce, but had not
been delivered. The customer sued tho
company for tho loss ho had sustained.
He allegodthat if tho message had been
delivered to him ho would have remit
ted a niareln sufficient to prevent the
stock from being sacrificed, or ho would
haro ordered its salo at tho beginning
of tho decline.
The court holds that ho can not re
cover, for tho reason that the loss was'
too remote and too uncertain a conse
quences of tho company's negligence.
It says: "If the complainant had re
ceived tno dispatcn no nilgai or migni
not have acted on it. It docs not nat
urally follow that ho would have been
any better off now had he received it.
As well might A. claim the stakes in a
raco from a railroad company because
a deiav of its train prevented his horso
from arriving at the race in time to
taKo part in it, aitnougn 11 more no
might have been beaten. The conse
quence which resulted to the plaintiff
was not the ordinary result of the fail
ure to deliver the message in question,
and hence can not bo supposed to have
been in contemplation when the com
pany undartook to trasmit it." New
as 1 m
Funeral Fees Paid In Advance.
"I presume you will not believe it,"
said a well-known undertaker several
days ago, "but 1 could tell you a story
which Is founded absolutely on fact. It
is a bit of ray own actual experience. A
few weeks sfneo a woman was taken to
ono of the hospitals here 'afflicted with
a spinal complaint, and was troatod for
it, but without success. The physicians
finally saw that she could not live. One
day a well-dressed woman came Into
my office, and commenced pricing cask
ets. I showed her a number of styles,
one of which seemed to suit her. She
then inquired the price of some other
things, and at last asked me what
would bo tho lowest I could 'furnish a
funeral for,' to uso a professional term.
I told her, and after hesitating a mo
ment she said that she had a sister sick
in ouo of tho hospitals, anu the doctors
had given her up. 'I might as well
settle matters now,' she continued,
'and have everything arranged so we
won't have to wait to bury her. I
know the size casket she will need,'
mentioning the size, 'and will pay for
all now,' taking out her pocket-book
and handing me a roll of bills. Well,
I must say I was astonished. I have
had considerable to do with people, but
had never met one before who was so
business like as this one. I managed
to conceal my astonishment, though,
and gavo her a receipt. She then de
parted, saying that she would let me
know when the death occurred. The
second day after I received a note in
the forenoon saying that her sister had
just died, and directing me to hold tbe
funeral in the afternoon. I did so, and
within six hours after tbe doctors had
pronounced her dead the funeral ser
vices were held and the sister buried.
You will not believe it, but that woman
cried and acted so during the services
that I expected sho would faint away,
but she didn't Rochetter Democrat.
Tho Chinese have just completed an
immense bridge over the arm of the
Chineso Sea at Lugang. It was con
structed entirely by Chinese engineers,
and is live miles long, entirely of stone,
has 300 arches, each seventy feet high
and a roadway. It is tho greatest
structure of the kind in the world.
If we did not know, on tho authority
of Bret Harte, that the Chinamen is
childlike, as well as bland, we should
be compelled to believe that some of
the Chinese who testify in the United
Stales courts in this city arc chatting
justice and trying to reduce the pro
ceedings to a farce. The testimony of
some of them has been grotesque
enough. Several have recently sworn
that scars and other permanent physi
cal marks, which, as holders of descrip
tive certificates, tbey ought to be wear
ing, were removed in China by surgery
or witchcraft. One who, according to
his statement, wore an ineffaceable India-ink
mark on his arm during two
years in this country, Informed the
court that it had washed off in China,
and when asked why it did not wash off
in this country, stated, without change
of countenance, that he had never
washed his arm in the United States.
But the most humorous, if not the bold
est, perjurer was the ono who explained
the loss of his queue by saying that the
rolling motion ol the ship in which he
came over caused it to fall off.- For ex
amples of perjury which is amusing by
reason of its hardihood these cases
would be difficult to beat anywhere.
Tho winters in Iceland are milder
than those in Iowa. This modification
is due to the Gulf Stream.
Tbe Conversation Stopped There.
A couple of gentleman stood on Vine
street talking about one thing or an
other when a beggar made a plea for
alms, showing that his right hand was
gone as an inducement to contribute.
One of the gentlemen gave the fellow
a dime, but the other refused to ante
"How did you lose your hand?" the
beggar was asked.
"I was coupling cari, and got my
hand so badly mashed that I hA to
have it cut otr.slr."
"Oh, no, you didn't do anything of
the kind," said the gentleman who bad
declined to give the oeggar any money.
"How do you know; was you thereP"
impudently retorted the tramp.
"Yes, I was there," replied tbe gen
tleman. "Your band was blown off
while you were trying to steal a watch
from my pocket, and! am the very one
that did iu The only mistake I made
was in shooting at your hand lutoad of
Tbe beggar did not stop to parley,
but sneaked off with celerity. Uincin
It is estimated that foreigners owa
about 25,000,000 acres' of land in thai
wuutrjf, f, ; .v
,.v'.!I Ue MVBUdrjl i W
claimed the judge to the prUonor. "I
reekoa,- jedgt," we tho row owe, - "that
that 'ere'g. a.noneatu
UI.ti.OU U J5WK
That Tired Feeling
The warm weather has a debilitating effect,
especially upon thoso who are within doors
most of tho time. The peculiar, yet common,
complaint known as "that tired feeling,"
is the result. This feeling can be entirely
overcome by taking Hood's Sarsaparllla,
which gives new UIo and strength to all
the functions of the body.
"I could not sleep 1 had no appetite. I
took Hood's Sarsaparllla and soon began to
aleep soundly) could get up without that
tired and languid feeling 1 and my appetlto
improved," B. A. BAitroRD, Kent, Ohio.
Strengthen the System
Hood's Sarsaparllla la characterized by
tlirco peculiarities 1 1st, tlio combination of
rcmctthd agents; 2d, the proportion 3d, tho
proccu of seciulr.g tho r.ctlvo medicinal
qualities. T!.'o result Is a medicine of unusual
strength, effecting cures hitherto unknown.
Send for btuk containing additional evidence.
"nooil's Sirsaratllh tone up my system,
purines n.y I looil, fclrrpcnsiny appetite, and
seems to mlM mo mcr." J. 1". Thompson,
ughttcr lI Ixcds, Loncll, I.lf.ca.
"TIcmIN R ratrrlllt bo-.'.i ill others, and
Is Wi-i III I! w.'ij;! t In r "!." ! lUUUINOTOK,
ISO lun:t S.."Jot, Jfcw iVr.: CII.
Bi.ld by 1 11 drurrfsti. CI 1 six for 45. Slado
enly by G. I. IKCD & CO., Lowell, Mass.
IOO Docoo One Doltar.
m atast MM mm aa la 1 ,
the popnlar farortto f or drw-s! nv
WM nair, ucnonna com
gray, awl prevcnUng Dandmtr.
It elcajwe tlia acalp, atotxi tho
hair rauinff. ana u aura to picumj.
KW. sad SLOP atDrugglata.
The beat Cough Cue yon can use.
cans bodQypauia, and all dlaordarsoC the stomach,
Bowe Langs, Urtr, Kldneya, Urinary Oreans ana
all Famale Complaints. The feeble and sick, ttnig
Una; aaalnit dlaoaM, and alonly dilfUni; towards
the (rare, will In moat caacs recover tutir lirallh hy
the tinwlr dm of Piann's Tosio, tmt delnjr la dan
gem Take It In time. Sold by all Ciugslaia la
imm twiiM mt et-Oa.
Theeaft,aoret,Iuickeat and beat enre tor Coma,
Ihercrowth. Stops all pain. Olveanotroublo. MnltrjOw
feet comfortable, nindercorna cnrei whenewythlnp
In f alia. SoldbrDnigslsUatlto. IIiicux&(.'o.,a. Y
tarn I 8amplofrectothoelKCumlna;aiienia.
RULII I IINorlilc.quIck sales. Territory KlTn.
!aeSZaViaia7e3rSatK(actton guaranteed. Address
DR. SCOTT. 842 Broadway. HEW YORK.
aVlHTFII linVActtT a Intelligent, to
flJIM: I EU aaltll I represent In herownlocalltr
an old Ann. nefermmrwmlrc&Permanentporttlon
andgoo&aalary. OAY ft BROS., IS Barclay St., N. Y.
Parker's Tonic keot in a home is a sentinel
to keep sickness ont. Used discreetly, it keeps
tno Dioou pure, arm tne stnmacn, liver anu
kidneys iu workios order. Couahs and colds
vanish before it. It builds up tho health. No
wise mother will be without it. ap
The Winchester rillo in tho hands of
the striker is likely to do more damage
at the breech than at the muzzle Chi
. a a
A nredianseltlou to rheumatism should be
conquered in its iuclptency, before it has fixed
a mute tenacious hold upon the system. Be
sides being painful, it is dangerous, and ia
likely at any moment, to attack the heart. Aa
a remedy use Dr. J. II. McLean's llomoaopathio
Liver and Kidney Balm. 91.00 per bottle.
For sale by Seybert & Co.
King Humbert of Italy is said to dis
like parties and balls. We dare say he
would have tho bad taste to prefer mac
caroni to fish balls.
' Bucklen'g Arnica.Salre.
The Best Salve In the world for Cnta, Bruises,
Bores, Ulcers. Salt Rheum, Fever Hores, Tetter,
Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or
no pay required. It Is guarantied to give en
tire aatisfactisn, or money refunded. Price
38 cents per box.
FOR SALE BY Seybert A Co. sept9yl
It is said that Barnum would engage
the New York Aldermen for his great
show, except for the fear that they
would rob tho elephants' trunks.
Why every one needs, and should take Hood's
Sarsaparllla in the spring :
1st 1 Because the system is now in its great
est need. Hood's Sarsaparllla gives strength.
3d : Because the blood is sluggish and im
pure. Hood's Sarsaparllla purifies.
8d 1 Because, from the above facts, Hood's
tJarsaparilla will do a greater amount of good
now than at any other time. Take ia now. ep
A leading advocate of woman's rights
in tbe West lias married a man by the
namo of Pickens. He will be poor
Pickens when she gets done with him.
Thousands Hay Mo.
Mr. T. W. Atkins, Qirard, Kan., writes 1 "I
never hesitate to recommend your Electrlo
Bitters to my customers, tbey give entire satis
faction and are rapid sellers. Electric Bitters
are tbe purest and beat medicine known and
will positively cure kidney and liver com-
K taints, purify the blood and regulate the
owels. No family can afford to be without
them. Thoy will save hundreds of dollars in
doctor bills every year. Bold at fifty cents a
bottle by Seybert A Co.
The Smith College girls have organiz
ed a society for tho prevention of cruel
ty to birds. The larks of the young gen
tlemen will receive their first attention.
Is Tonr Lfrer Ont of Order t
Then is your whole. system deraiged the
blood is impure, tbe breath offensive, you have
headache, feel languid, dispirited and nervous,
have no appetite, your sleep is tronbled and
unrefresbing. To prevent a more serious con
dition, take at once a half tableapoonful of
Bimmona Liver Regulator, three times a day
it will soon restore the healthy action of tbe
liver, bowels and kidneys.
"I recommend Simmons Liver Regulator to
all my friends, as I have personally known it
to cure all liver disorders and sick headache.
A. Uerritt, Beverly, N. J."
A Coltou citizen tied one end of a rope
around his waist the other day, while
he lassoed a Texas steer with tho other.
He thought be had the animal ;, but at
the end of tbe first 100-yard heat he
lound that the steer had him.
An old physician, retired from practice, hav
ing bad placed In bis hands by an East India
missionary the formula of a simple vegetable
remedy for the speedy and permanent cur of
Consumption, Bronohltis, Catarrh, Asthma,
and all Throat and Lung Affections, also a
positive and radical eure for Nervous Debility
and all Nervous Complaints, 'after having
seated its wonderful curative powers' in thou
sands of eases, has f sit it his duty to make it
knowa to his suffering fellows, Actuated by
this motive and a desire to relieve human
suffering, I will sand f re of charge, to all who
desire ii, this recipe, in Osrman, French or
English, with fall directions for preparing and
sing. Beat by mail by, addressing with
sump, naming this paper, W. A. Now, 1(9
e a a
Book agent: "I have here the 'Life and
Glorious Triumph! of Pai-boU,' which I
would like to" Our Co6ktt "Tto 6t
Friach) wtractloniBi; bat yo'ro sure
to gll oae of thtau to theQirish servaaU
jilxtdoor.'' . '
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
lioUKo n( eleven rooms, large turn, two
cisterns, all In grnxl comlltlnn.
.House ut leu nuiine, never-falling spring,
nneorohnnl ami garden, large pasture, suit
able for tlHlii
Home of" five rooms, In good repair. 1250.
rann In Washington Tp., 167 acres. 80 acres
of limber, gol linprnvemenls.$lonn sere.
Farm In Washington Tp., 40 acres. tit an
nrre., V , , ,
Farm In Brnshcreck Tn.. 0 acres, fnlrlni
J irnveiuents, good orchard, 33 ecresnf Umber,
Farm In BriislicreeR Tp., 101 acres (apart In
Pike Co.) good Improvements, One orehard,
112 nn nore.
Farm In New Market Tp. 80 acres, good
buildings, fine orehard, all small frnlls, tz
Farm In Clark Tp.. 210 acres, fair Improve
Tract In Green Tp., 200 ncrea, unimproved,
IS nn nrre.
For sale nn easy terms.
13-mU 8. P.BOOTT. Hillsboro, O.
THE ONLY LINB BTJNHIKG
PlUCt SLEEPING URS
AMD THX CXLZBBATBD
THE FAVORITE SHORE LINE
Chicago'. st' lovis
AND ALL P0INT8 IS THE
West, Northwest, and Southwest
Through Trains Learo Hillsboro for
Cincinnati, for all points East, and
for Wilmington, Colnatbug,
Wheeling, I'ltlsbng.and all
Intermediate points at.
7:10 a.m., 8:80 p.m.
For furthur information and tbe best
possible rates, apply to, '
Agent C. W. Ab.Jt.Jt.
E. E. PATTON.Trav. Fass. Ag't, Chillicothe, O.
J. H. 8TEWABT, W. H. KINO.
Gen'l Manager. Ass't Q.P.A.,Cincinnatl
And Widows ot Soldiers ot tbe War of tbe Rebellion,
and Mexican War, anddependent fathers and mothers
and orphan children of the former, whether any of
tha above are pensioned or not.wlll send their names
and addreseaa with particulars and return postage,
to K. Sf. eniaunasM. nttititr In rha war claim
business ot USUI. SJHAft. g. BHOWM . St.
Room 17 Johnston HulMlnir, Tlnolnnall. Ohio.
07NKWLAW8. THOU8AID8 EHTITtW.
NEW TOWN. NEW COUNTY.-
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il. grvswittjT dlattrifit. lalWal Wvrvta&m Car ml
I pttblie) Ulniy. fjaienpnltmud.
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WHO IS UNACQUAINTKD WITH THI QIOQRAPHY OF TUMI OOUNTRV, WILL
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CHICAGO. ROCK ISLAND PACIFIC RAILWAY
By reason of ltaoentraapoedtlOD and cloew relation to sUlrndpstillnM Bast and
Weert. at initial and tormlnal points, oonstltutem too mote Important mld-oontl.
nentalunk In that system orthroutTh txansportation which inTltes) and iivclE
tataa travel sad trafllo between dues ofthe Atlantic and Pocino QoaarbsTlt
is aiso tne ravonte ana nest route to
Southeast, and corresponding; points w
j.no bock xaiana aysteiu lnauase
Liberty. Iowa Oltv. De
Liberty, Iowa Cltyv Pealatotass, jndlanola. Wlntereet, Atlantic, Knoxville,
Audubon. Harlan. Outhrls Oeno
Trenton. Oaunaron and "" oltv.
In Kansas: Albert Lata. "'-""- s
xntKota, ttna nunareus 01 intermediate craes, towns, vuisces ana stations.
THE GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE
Guarantees its patrons that sense of personal security afrorded by a solid,
toorousthiy ballasted road-bed: smooth tracks ofobnunuoua steed raU; sub-
human skill "mteTf'the astv': riUannes'f" BMr Prtaactoa'lla
and air-brakes: and thai ezaotingr dliclpjEertilcB eToverns pnotlcal
operation of all iu trains. Other speolaWes of this route sre effansssntit
an connectintf DolnU tn Union Depots, and the unsurpassed comforts and
tiujumw iw ranaunr aauusuiusraa.
Tne irsatExprssa Trains between c
posea or weu venaiatea, nneiy u:
jsumaa ussners or en larsiari:
elaborately cooked, meals are
ADnetite. and Health on bothJ
Atchison, are also run Uw Celebrated
THI FAMOUS ALBERT LEA ROUTE
lathe direct and favorite line between Ohioaco and Minneapolis and St. Paul,
watering? Places, aumnisr.rssMprta, plofeiresaue EoaUttes, and huntttwandflan.
Tlckeu, tttll p:
wjr imii awaaaiia 7
,' CARLE, ,
Pretleent an Seatral tssssssr; CMeag
;tteykow all, alwut Mustang Lis. ;
jment. Few do. Not to know is''
not to have. " " ,
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i 'i I i ii i
a. las. lSt tJaagSsaal
kiUe( Or. Thoajas'
Edactrle Oil te eure
aathasa, catarrh, croup,
cold, etc. Mrs. Dora
" For creep it is dead--.BeaetaBS."
tMrs.JscobIellor if Mlsi
mfosvstbe same thing.) S. S. Otaye., Akro-.,
MY wHtss I " Hsd sfihins el the worst kind.
&.V mds of Thomss' Etlecltlc Oilsnd
IfSired! iilew litanies. Would walk ftes tsilt.
HTStasaWldM sidpay I J a bottle lor It." Drue
IS, X? aPtML pSrvOls. IlU s.ri! " Cured A
faValad krostfor me la iwtaijr-fouf hours." "Sat
Seta tJSTasd southed till ths clothing wsswsl
"p with perspiration. Mr
wlls insisted thsl tuts
Thomas' Eclectric Oil.
The rim lesspsenful
aauavao me," E. H.
Perkins, Creak Centre,
N. Y., Thomas' Eelee-
irk Oil It afco a Tie
Tee asternal sepllca-
lloa for iheumatrsm,
tbig the druggist, ask
him what hsnowsor
Dr. Thomu' Keleetrle
00 1 II he has btea
long in the drug
trade, be sure he will
speak highly of it.
" M dsaghter was very bad 08 en account el
acoMaBdpataiaheriuagt. Dr.Tktmu' Etttc.
trie OU curtdktr in twenlf-ftur knrt. Ont
ot the boys wss cared of sere - throat. This medi
cine has werktd wonders ia our tsstOy." Alvah
Piackaey, Lake Moaepac,N.Y.
Georgetown. Brown County, 0.
Modern! Practical! Progressive!
The third term of tl
already Donular Edu-
HAY 41b, IBM, and 001
no ten weeks.
Glmases 1st the
mon Branches, also
Pravstlce or Teach.
Ing, Hhetorle, Pn;
logy, Geology, Botav
iv. Ukemlstrv. M nalo.
ny, Natural Fhlloi
Book-Keeeplag, Latin, etc.
Teachers of established reputation and
especially adapted to the work assigned
TUITION t Ten weeks, parable In advance,
Good table board, In stubs, per week,
Well furnished rooms, two In a room, for
each pupil. perweek, 40 to 50 cents.
Board In prlvato families at reasonable
Tolal expenso as low ns at any other simi
Pupils can enter at any lime during the
term by paying from the time of admission
till the close of the session.
For particulars address the Principal.
Snp't Pabllc Behools,
Tketi Baby was aiek, we gave her Caaterta,
When she became Miss, she clang to Caetotia,
, Waata aha bad Children, ah gave them Castork,
THIS MAP. THAT THK
ana rrom points Hast, Northeast and
est, Northwest and Southwest.
in its mam une i
In lta main Una auul brannhaa rrhlnaam
k obtainable, aa well i
a Btates and Oaaaaai or
B. ST. SIOHN. s
Otatral Tleket , rsssager aVsasi, CMaast, a
Many a Lady
is beautiful, ft'l but her skin;
and nobody Jias ever; told
her hovvrtwyje, is;tq pu(
oftvthe skin , Mfolia
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i i .1 I-
ST" 7.Vfn fte
ihioatTO and the lusaouri Blver