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A Sick Man's Wife Disregards the Druggist's
Advice and So Snvas the Lift if 0 Her Husband. I am a wood carver by trade and it is out of nv line to write letters; but inv w ife though- :t was no more than right that I sh«»:. . t you know what your remedy has done for me, and I think so too. I lire in East 157th street, wrest of Third avenue, and have lived there for about twenty-three years, where I own real estate. Up to the time I am about to meution I had Itoeu a strong, well man. Then- w as always more or less malaria in the neighborhood, but I had m>t personally suffered from it. It was in 1880 I had mi first attack. It came on as such attacks commonly do, with headaches, loss of appetite and ambi tion, chilly sensations with slight fever afterwards, a disposition to yawn and stretch, and so forth. I was employed at that time at Killians & Brothers, furniture manufacturers, in West 32d »;reet. 1 hoped the attack would wear nif. but as it didn't I consulted a well known and able physician iu Morris ania, who gave me q iuine and told me what to do. I can sum up the first four and a half or rive vears of my exneri i nee in few words. Occasionally 1 was laid up for a day or two, but on me whole r -t , o my work. I kept 1 taking qi: i: . in larger doses from \ ar to \ . cl kept on getting weak er and v - . -lowly but surely, all the tone. -V. iioithle was now well de timsl aix: o • • \ uiptoiws were steady and regular. I <1 dumb ague in its worst i iu. ai-d i*. nas grinding me down in .pile of ..!' that 1 could do or the doc tors could do. It held me in a grip like • rt ,n 11 burning coal mine. The poison had gone all through ami over me and nothing was aide to touch it. I was fast losing desk and strength, and about March. I knocked off *rk entire ly and went home to betlow • Vk, and to die for all I could tell. I r.-1 wnso rapidly that l soon became u. Ic to walk any distance. Later 1 w .. . * >m room *o room in my own house only by friends holding me up by each arm. I he do>« s of quinine were increased umil I uj >» look thirty grains at a dose. Hie . cts of this tremendous stimul . i >n w to make me nearly wild. It Lr.-ke inv sleep all up, and 1 often walker! ihe tl»H*r, or staggered about it, all night long, scarcely able to bear any noises or even human speech. My temper was extremely irritable. As to food, one of my fifth1 c ildreu would eat more in a meal than I could in a day*. 1 would older food .md then turn from it iu disgust. 1 lived on quiniuc aud other stimulant-* and on myself, like a bear iu winter. The quinine set my head in a whirl, and tin* liquor—given as a medicine mad*- my stomach so sick I could not t.•!» rate it. From 17.1) i*>und- tiny proper weight) I rau down to 1»7 pounds—the weight of a light girl—and was scarcely 1 letter than a skeleton. If anybody bad taken a hatchet and knocked no down aud killed me I should hare been better off. During the latter part of this period, early in !**♦>. my physician said: •• Miller, there's no use in my taking am more money of vou. 1 can't do you a:-, good. I might jiour pounds of qui nine down your throat and it wouluu’t help yon." On 'h.* strength of this I gave ut> the us.* of quinine ul.ogcther. and made up my mind to do nothing more and take luv chances. Three weeks afterward* about the last of May—my w if saw an advertise ment "f Kaskiuc in New York paper, sh-told me of it. 1 said: “Stuff and I... i-ense.' it can’t do me any good.” | But she went to a druggist's, neverthe less. to get it. Tin druggist advised her against Kaskine: lie said it was nothing but suga i. »h * * she ought not to throw away ii ■: m nev on it. &«*. He said he didn't keep :. but could get jt if she iusisted . having it. Turn ing away in disg»*i n.y wife spoke to our neighbor. Mr. A. t«. llegewald. w ho got her a I Kittle at a drug store in Sixth avenue. Almost against my will, and without the least faith. 1 Wgan taking it. In one week I was better. I Wgan to sleep. I stoppis! “ seeing ghosts.” I I» gan to have an apatite and to gain r length. Tliis was now the tirst of June, 1KS6. and hy the end of that month 1 was Iwek at my I tench at C. I*. Smith's seroll >aw ing factory iu 116th street, w hen* I work now. Siuce then I have never lost a day from sickness. Taking Kaskine only, about forty pellets in four equal doses a day, I continued to gain. The ma laria appealed to W killed in my sys tem, and now I've got hack my old weight—175 pounds—and my old strength to laWr. 1 am an astonish ment to myself and to my friends, and if Kaskine did not do this I don't know w hat did. The only greater thing it could do would W to bring a dead man to life. Fickio kh k A. Miller, 630 East l .r ^.reet. New York. P. S.—For the a! - .lilt* truth of the above statement I refer to the following gentlemen, who are personally ac quainted with the facts: Mr. Alex ander Weir. 626 l.'jtitii SL; Mr. Georp* S. aman. 15*th stria t and Courtlandt a*, rime; Mr. A. Morbus. 154th street and Courtlandt avenue: Mr. P. F. Vmpel. 151th stre t and Courtlandt an one; Mr. John Lunin. 630 East 1. ii street; Mr. Join; Itclishaw, 124 12 oh street, ami main others. I will ai'o reply to letters of inquiry. \Ve submit that the above astonish ing cure, vouched for as it is by repu table men, is deserving of a thorough and candid investigation by thinking people. And we further submit that when druggists turn away customers • bv falsifying the character of a remedy because thc\ do not h.ipp«*u to have it on hand, they do a gn at wrong. If this afflicted man had not disregarded the druggist's advice and scut else where for the n im dy he would without doubt have Iteeii in lii> grave. Other letters of a similar character from prominent individuals, which stamp Kaskine as a remedy of un doubted merit, will be sent on applica tion. Price. $l.oo. or 6 Unties. $5.00. Sold by DruggUi:*, or sent by mail on receipt of price. The Kaskine Company, 54 Warren New \ oik. Maurice Rain —DEALER IN— WINES and LIQUORS. On Main St.. Opposite First Nat’l Bank. Charlrutnirn - Went Virginia Keeps constantly on hand the ltest of wines and w hiskey. Mixed drinks a sveoialtv. Feb. ft Iv THE REFORMER. BrA'fw the monstrous wrong ho sets him down— | Oue man against a stone w alled dty of sin. For centuries those w alls have been a-building; I Smooth porphyry, they slope and coldly glass The dying storm and w heeling sun. No chink, j No crevice lets the thinnest arrow in. He fights alone, and from the cloudy ramparts A thousand evil faces jibe and Jeer him. Let him lie down and die: what is the right, And where is justice, in a world like this? But by and by earth shakes herself. Impatient; And down, in one great roar of min, crash Watch tower and citadel and battlements. When the red dust has cleared, the lonely soldier Stands with strange thoughts beneath the friendly stars. • —E. R Sill in The Century. OUR NEWSPAPER HEADLINES. i American Originality and “Smartness” Astonish Our English Cousins. In England sensationalism and anything approaching “smartness” are avoided; but in America the very opposite is the rule. Indeed, so much attention is paid to head lines in that country that there is engaged on the staff of every newspaper of im portance a gentleman whose duty it is to supply headline* to articles and para graphs. Some of these headline writers are paid large salaries and have a wide reputation. Mr. George Augustus Sala once said that American journalists rarely take any thing seriously; they are perpetually try ing to be smart and amusing. Few peo ple who have even an elementary knowl edge of American newspapers will call Into question the truth of Mr. Sala’s as sertion. The American joumalls is uothing if not original, and this ruling passion is strikingly exemplified in the very headlines. We have, for instance, never seen but one heading iu English newspapers for those simple announcements which never fail to interest female readers—we mean the Births, Marriages and Deaths. In America, however, they use such head lines aa Cradle, Altar, Tomb; Hatches, Matches, Dispatches, and so on; while one original genius sums up life thus—Births, Flirtations, Engagements, Breakings off, Marriages, Divorces, Deaths. Then, in stead of the familiar heading, Poetry, we find Lays of the Latest Minstrels, or the Warblers’ Corner. The columns of clippings, however, af ford scope for the most variety. One editor heads his column of jokes, Render unto Scissors the Things that are Scissors; while another follows with Aut Scissors aut Null us. Oue Thing and Another, Drops of Ink, Various Topics, Microbes, Nuggets, AU Sorts, Faggots, Pressed Bricks—these are a few others taken at random. Hash is, however, perhaps the most appropriate of the lot. These head lines appear very strange to us; yet it should not be forgotten that, nearly 104 years ago, The Times published wea£ jokes under the extraordinary head 0( “Cuckoo!”—Chambers’ Journal. Hangers On in Journalism. “I hate to see a man enter that room,” said the city editor of a morning paper to an applicant for work. “Look at those young men sitting round that table; they are aU waiting for me to give them assign ments, and I have none to give. Why don't they come in here and suggest some thing themselves?” Most city editors in New York have the same feeling. They are overrun with applicants for places, and two-thirds of those who pre sent themselves are utterly unfit for the work they wish to do. The space system of pay for local newspaper work intensifies the pressure. Any man with paper and pencil can write what may be published aud paid for, and so when a man finds other doors closed against him be goes to a newspaper office. A good many women seek the same refuge. The patience of city editors under the infliction is marvelous. Perhaps it is partly ac counted for by the fact that most of them do not have to edit (be manuscript turned out by these beginners. It is handed over to those luckless wretches, the copy readers, and they generally make short work of it.—Cor. Philadelphia Record. The American Book Collector. There is nothing small about the Ameri can collector of books. At the recent Penseyres sale, in Paris, E. F. Bonaven ture, the dealer of this city, had an agent present. Among a number of other purchases made by him was ono of a book from the collection of the ancient biblio phile G roller, for which he paid nearly $7,000. It is about half the size of a Webster's Unabridged, and is not in a perfect state, a page being wanted. Yet collectors are crazy about it, and if the dealer bolds out long enough be will prob ably get double what it cost him. Other purchases of his were a couple of little books of the size of the patent medicine almanacs you pick up ou drug store counters. Oue is a prayer book, wfth queer illustrations printed from wood blocks, and the other a letter of Americus Vespucius, tho discoverer of America. These cost the dealer some 11,000 francs, or over $2,000. While I was looking over some French periodicals at Bonaventure’s the other afternoon the son of a millionaire of Wall street came in. bought a bundle of books and went away. I asked the salesman whether he had made a good sale. He showed me the memorandum. Tho little package the young man had carried off in his hand had cost him 11,200.—Alfred Trumble in New York News. _ The Clam anil the Sage. A Clam who had made up his mind that this country was going to the Dogs if he did not save it was Rolling along the Beach when he Encountered a Sage, who asked: “Whither bound and for what pur pose*’’ “I have set out to save the Country. I have solved all the Political and Social Problems and I now go to announce them to tho World. “My Dear Bivalve,” said the Sage in his gentlest tones, “the first great Prob lem of Life, as you are probably prepared to announce, Is the Food supply. Thanks for your coming. I shall Eat you! Next!” Moral—Parties have ofteu made use of Fools aud Demagogues to Win victories.— Detroit Free Press. Imitative Ethel. Little Ethel bos a bachelor uncle, and she hod noticed that when he wanted to be very emphatic he used a certain mono syllabic word of four letters. Not long ago Ethel was afflicted with quite a severe pain under her little apron, the result of too free an indulgence in the toothsome cucumber. When Uncle Jack come home at supper time he was informed of the grievous plight of his little favorite, and hastened to her comfort “Well. Ethel, my dear,” he said, ad vancing to tho sofa, “how do yon feel now?” “Pretty d—u miserable, thank you, Uncle Jack,” she replied with au air of haviug said quite the proper thing under the circumstances.—Chicago Tribune. STEPHENSON. FEMALE - SEMINARY. Charleatown, Jefferson Co., W, Va: nESIGNKD to meet all the re«iuire mentsof athorough education. The next Session will begin SEPTEMBER 12TII, 1887. For Catalogues, containing terms, i* >nrse of study, Ac., apply to Principal, Rev. C. N. CAMPBELL. augl-V87. RedStar (oufaifyRk Free from. Opiates, Emetics amt Poisons. PROMPT. SAFE. SURE Care for Coach*. Col«l* uml other Throat anil Lane Affection*. FirtT Cm A 1»otti.k. At Dmounrr* *»u Duun Tlllt CUAKLKS A.YIHiKLl.lt CO.. lialliM<.rc.lar,laad.l .S.A. Cures Rheumatism.Neuralgia, llirbrlir, Ilndarkf, TootkAck^ Sprulnt, Hrulaca uni! other Bulua uml Aclic*. Fifty Ont*. At Drufgi'U ami Dealer-. A KL» A. YOtaLLLU CO., Baltimore JCarj l&.d.l.S** New and Attractive Goods I’Olt THE HOLIDAYS — At the store of— GUS. BROWN! A grand display of |T □ Y S ,F Such as Dolls. Gaines, Books,Toilet Sets, Caps and Saucers, Mugs, Rubber toys, Plush Cases, Work Boxes, Writing Desks, Tin and Iron Toys, Tea Sets, Bisques, baskets, Wagons, Ve locipedes, Sleds. CONFECTIONERY Unadulterated as usual, will be found at my store. Whitman’s Superfine Con fections, Bon Buns and Chocolates. Sev eral different kinds of Fresh and Plain Mixtures. Sunday Schools are invited to get prices before buying elsewhere FRUITS AND NUTS Just received a large supply, all fresh and line, and sold at prices to suit the times. CAKES Plain and Ornamental Cakes always on hand. OYSTERS Received daily,larger than ever. Have always on hand two kinds. Solid meas ure and cheap. Leave your orders. \u early inspection is kindly request ed* Thankful for past patronage, and hop ing to merit a continuance, 1 am respectfully, dec3-8G. GUSTAV BROWN. Having purchased the County RigiiL to sell Smith’s Improved Water Ele vator and Purifier, tlie only practi cal Water Purifier and Elevator combi ned. Perfectly simple, and easily ad justed to anv Well or Cistern. Will not Freeze, a ml will surely last three times as long as any other Pump Will positivdly purify "Cisterns and Wells, removing all bad taste and smell from stagnant water. %3T Most simple and durable structure for raising water on the American mar ket. Over $10,000 now in use. For sale at the Foundry and Machine Shops Ok Weikick *fc Weller, Charlestown, W. Va. apl.10,’87—ly. Lumber, Shingles and Wood! -) o ( JJAVING recently purchased a large body of line Tlmbar at Flowing Springs, near Charlestown and put in operation there our Steam Saw Mill, we are prepared to furnish ALL KINDS OF OAK LUMBER, FENCING PLANK, FRAME LUM BER, LAP SHINGLES, and WOOD by the CORD. Will sell either to be deliv ered or on the ground. FRAZIER & COLSTON. City Restaurant! JAMES THOMAS, Proprietor. Charles Streot, Charlestown, West Va. Having reopened and refitted mv Oyster & Eating Parlor, I am now prepared to serve all t lie deli cacies of tue season in first-class slyle. The services of a No. i Cook have been procured, and nothing will be left un done to please my customers. may20,’87-tf. WEST VIIHilM.l IMVEIlSin. Only First-Class Literary Institution in the State. Free Tuition to IF. I 'a. Students. FULL CORPS OF INSTRUCT!>RS. Preparatory Department, Academic Department, Military Department, Law School. Tl’ITIOX 1\ LAM SCHOOL $24. Total expense for one year of 41 weeks, $140.00 to $200.00, excluding travel and clothing. State cadets furnished books ami stationery free. For full info.mation and catalogues, address E. M. TURNER, L. L. P., Pres’t, Morgantown, W. Va. iuuel7-2ni. iLook Here! | CASH OR PRODUCE IS WHAT WE WANT. NEVER THIRTY DAYS. -o , OUR MOTTO—'“Quick,Short Profits and | • the Cash Always.” -o For Fall Trade. Light Brown Sugar, fi cents; a tino I Syrup, .'15 cts.; Bice, Sets.; Prunes, : cts.; Raisins, 10 ets.; Lemons, A3 to 30 ets. per do/..; Tea, 50cts. per ll».; Tobac | eo, A3 ets. per lb. All these articles and many others 1 guarantee pure, and to give'satisfaction. Arbuckle, Leveriny, and Enterprise COFFEE at a reduced price. Bacon a specialty. Refined Lard in large or small quantity. EXTRACTS.—We keep the Stoncbra ker preparations, which are too well known to need any recommendation. : His Hog Powders does not cure the hog | cholera, but we will refund the money if it does not keep the disease olf. FLOUR.—We handle Ruble's, Ren ner’s, Milling Co.’s, Wei rick’s, Swan’s and Luneeford’s. MEAL.—We handle Sifted Meal from Kable, Swan, Luuceford, Milling Co., Feaguns and Renner. FRESH MEAT.- We keep a full line of Meats, such as Beef, Lamb, Mutton and Veal. CASH FOR PRODUCE. Cash paid for Eggs, Fowls, Sheep, Lambs, Calves, Beeves, Lamb Skins, Sheep Pelts, Beef Hides and Calf Skins. WALL A DORSEY. june24,’87. JOHN W. RUSSELL, SUCCESSOR TO.IAS. W. BUTT, Keeps, nothing but the best of everything in tho line of Stoves & Tin ware, — ) AND MAKES l — -A. SPECIALTY -) OF ( ROOFING & SPOUTING I always use smaller si/.o tin in Roof ing. Why do I use it? It takes double the work, double the solder and more tin to the square than larger sheets. Call and see at my place of business. ALL I ASK is that the public will come and see my goods, and I know they will buy; for my stock is complete, my goods tlie best tnat can bo hail and my prices are as low as I can put them not to lose money. Articles in stock are too va rious to be enumerated, but call at my North Charles St CHARLESTOWN, W. VA., and I promise to please you. Very re spectfully. J X0. W. RUSSELL. july22-ly. Young Men and Ladies Wanted to LEARN TELEGRAPHY. Steady position, SSI to 1100 Monthly, When Qualified. This Institution is tin* LARGEST, REST EQUIPPED am* BEST MAN AGED in the country. Established in 1882. For terms, address, keystone Telefcrapli Company, Main Office 1200 Chestnut St., Phila., Pa. apr.22-lv. •s,,\<>sao([ y un.w 1« ‘•qj j,>d 'sp> 01 saopiuuqs po.ui,) Jehus H. L. DOLL & CO., -) DEALERS IN( Man, Glass, Oils anil Faints. BLASTING RIFLE POWDER. AGENTS j FOR WADSWORTH, MARTINEZ «fc LONGMAN’S t'nre Paint. PUBLIC SQUARE, MAltmSBURti. W. VA. ! j a 11.W,’85—lv. M. S. Burdette, Dealer in BOOKS, STATIONERY, Music and Fancy Goods, Queen Street, Martinsburg, West Va.« iy Wall Paper a specialty. mayG-3m. TUDCCUIIJP machixes, I nnCdnllib a specialty. Simplest, Most Durable, Economical I and Perfect in use. Wastes no Grain; ! Cleans it Ready for Market. Threshing Engines and Horse Powers Saw Mills and Standard Implements generally. Send for illustrated cata logue. A. B. FARQUHAR, , Pennsylvania Agricultural Works, june24-lm. York, Pa. Washington & Alexander Office in Gibson Building CHARLESTOWN, W. VA Represent the following comim nies: JETNA OF HARFORD, the largest and most popular Compnnj in America. Equitable Life Insurance Socnm of United States. Hartford Life and Annuity of Hartford. Home, of New York. Phcknix, of Hartford, j Washington Fire * Marine of Boston. Continental, of New York. American, of Wheeling. Peabody, of Wheeling. German, of Wheeling, j Liverpool and London and Globe. of England, the largest foreign Company doing busi- j ness in America. Wo have made arrangements to insure property against Tornadoes in Aetna, of Hartford; Continental of New S'ork; and Peabody, of Wheeling. W. Va. Where parties desire this, on applies- • tion, a special policy will he granted,and I an additional rate charged tor same. — -A-GKE2STTS : — J. S. FLEMING, Shepherdstown. C. L. BARNHART, Dufflelds. j JAS. W. LEAGUE,Middlewav. A sworn statement of the conditions oi all Foreign Insurance Companies repre sented in this Agency will he found at the Clerk’s Office, in compliance with State laws. All losses promptly adjusted and paid at our Office. WASHINGTON A ALEXANDER, jan.9,’86—ly.] Agents If you are Hungry and got the money to sn’end call at Wall A Dorsev’s. W. S. MERCHANT, The People’s [GROCERY! Main St., Charlestown, West Va. -)o( Keeps on hand Fresh Meats of all kinds— BEEF, MUTTON, VEAL, wnieh are always kept cool and fresh in my renovated iee box. Also Country Hams, Shoulders, Middlings, Dried Beef, Home made Bologna Sausage, Mackerel bv the bbl. Yi hbl. and by the kit; suited Herring by the barrel and in small quantities to suit buyers. GROCERIES! A full line of Groceries, consisting of white and brown sugars, molasses—30, 40, 50 and 70 cents per gallon— eolfees, loose roasted and in packages; prunes. f►caches, dried apples, all kinds canned ruits, eating and seed potatoes, tobacco, ! segars, soaps of all Kinds. Babbitt’s soap 5 cts. per cake. Thanking my patrons for their kind treatment in the ppst, I solicit a con tinuation of the same. niav7,’80—tf. W. 8. MERCHANT. H ! Always keeps on hand a full and well assorted line of ehoiee STAPLE AND FANCY GROCE RIFS; FRUITS—FOREIGN AND DO MESTIC; < (INFECTIONKEY IMPORTED AND HOMEMADE;! GREAT VARIETY OF NUTS; ALL KINDS OF CAKES. USTCoine and see for yourself, at West I End, Chailestown, W. Va. jan.16,’8.'.—lv. Watson House, JAMES WATSON, Prop’r. Charlestown. Jeflerson County, W. Va. Meals at all hours to suit Travellers. | Transient Boarding on reasonable terms J Hacks to and from all trains free ot j charge. The Bar is supplied with choice Wines ! Liquors, Cigars, etc. Telephone call No. 7. Western Union j Telegraph Office, next door to hotel. |3rFirst-class Livery Stables Attach ed. ' ian.!t\H.V-ly. ! Eagle Avenue Gardens. _ ! Tire public is respectfully informed 1 that I am now prepared to furnish plants of all standard varieties for vegetable | gardens, such as ; Cabbage, Tomato, Pepper, Egg, Lettuce, Sage, Cauliflower, &c. • i at the Eagle Avenue Hardens, ( west of , 1 “Mt. Parvo’D and at my Town Branch on Lilairtv street, adjoining the resi : dence of Hon. Jas. M. Mason. A share i j of the public patronage will be thank ! fnllv received. l LjU Fresh Vegetables in season. apr.2,V«. E. J. WILLIAMS. By W. E. Curtis. West Va. T inter and l.'oal Lands WANTED. Title must be unquestionable. Large tracts preferred. Hive minute particu- j lirrs, and address BUSH ROD C. WASH INTON. f Charlestown, Jefferson Co., W. Va. feb25-tf. The People s Popular Jewelry S iore -:-| o |-T W. L. JONEs, People's Hat'l Bank Building, 24 QUEEN ST, MARTINSBURG, W. Va. -—: Makes a Specialty of FINE JEWELRY, of every description. Mich as Watches, Chains, Rings, Necklaces, Bracelets. Also a beautiful Line of French ancl American C’locks. Silverware in great varietv. jfjP^KXGRAVING executtnl in the most Artistic Man ner. ^r^REPAIRING done in the Bestof Style. gKT“M UTILATED COIN BOUGHT. Old Silver Exchanged or Made into New. When you visit MARTINSBURG, I cordially invite you to call. * ' ’ ' W- L. JONES, jan.9,’85—1y.] Maktinsbiko, West Virginia. WM. F. WEIRICK. JN" WI LLKR WEIRICK & WELLER, IRON FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS. -DEALERS IN Agricultural Machinery, Plo^ and Castings. ORDERS SQLCITED. After a quarter of a century of toil and experience in on< business, and Just a! this period, we take occasion to return our thanks to our old friends and diatom ers for tl eir liberal patronage, and solicit a continuance of the same, with tlm ad dition of many new customers. Our long experience in business hasenuhlcd ns purchase Machinery and Tools suitable for every kind of work, uml we have in employ the very best mechanical skill and talent to execute. OUR IM^CHIUNTIE SHOH In our Machine Shop we are prepared to rebuild Portable uml Stationery Ki\ gines of all descriptions, Bore Out Cylinders, Make and Kit I’n Bods, Piston*, Boxes, Heaters, Pumps, Stop-Cocks, Valves, put on patches, New Orates ami Flues, New Fire Boxes ami Fronts. Are prepared to Make and Turn all kinds <d Mill Work, Snindlcs, Steps, Shafting. Pulleys, Wheels, Large Screws for Hoist ing, Fit Up Mandril and Boxes, Ac., for Saw-Mills, Hepair Machines, and ail kinds of Agricultural Machinery. OUR FOTTlNriDElY. In our Foundry we are prepared to do all kinds of work, and have added many important important improvements, to facilitate our work and make First-Class Castings. We have in stock a large ainouut of Patterns, such as Mill Uearing.Suw Mill Patterns, Patterns for Machinery of all kinds. Urate and Kngino Fronts,Plow and Stove Cast 141 gs. OUR SMITH SHOP. In our Smith Simp we only have to say that we have Tools and Equipments fin ally and every kind of work. our long acquaintance with the manufacturers and dealers in all kinds of mate rial, enables us to huv the bust at thk lowest Kiuriu-:, which gives a iikciukh advantage, and would sav that we can purchase most anything needed. In mi liciting your patronage, we guarantee satisfaction us to prices, quality of Material and workmanship. < ’all and see us, or send in your orders. All eoiuniiinieations by mail will have our best attention, (live 11s a trial, and we are s*Untied yon will be pleased with the result. \ -(o) FOR SALE. Our New and Improved Light Suiilisli Plow. • Our Climax Cistern Box, (Cast Iron ) something new. Castings for Building Purpose*, Weights, Washers, Urates, Window Cover , TO SUIT PURCHASER. One Large Four-II or.se Wagon; one Portable Steam Engine; one Portable Saw-Mill; one Broad /read Log Wagon. With many thanks for the past, and bright hopes for the future, we are WEIRICK & WELLER. apr.23,’m—ly. I Ivoiil Um imp •Sir* Ibrtbraa .-UltEDIteiufi: vUh auratxm to baa or iDConranieoea ta I ICoroforN ni.'-tUiitT.tSgaale'' alarlmtiAa madieal t js-jw-aj ^attsewagi! fcsod ana brokati down ru-n tatlin fail oujoypiut of perfect and fall Minir 8:rcnirj« ini \ Iiiorna* ileal? x . Tothoaatrhoanl.'cr from ( :n many oUcurad lan^-aa oroo*lit abont l>jr Indi^rolion, Lra»an,Ovarl.'r.aia work.ortoofiyo Iuilultjani-n. nniMkttiiil you *m>l ’j< *tmr..aina with etatoTCC" lor your troahla, and wx-oro TftIA T i I’AC&AOK d. y' h J llott'U e. 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