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. NOV. 21, 1879.
JAMES TIMMONS, Editor.
"Calico" CnARLKT 'tud " Worsted "
Ewtiro, U wny llit Hillaboro A'cirt
ii i .b
Cletelnnd I tgtin excited over tnollier
eM ot hydrophobia. Keren denllis hart
occurred there from tbis cue tince Ati
Tin New York Tribune ny Hint llie Re
publican who isn't "ilnlwnrt" tliii year
miy m well climb a tree at once. If lie
dot not the procettlon will march right
Mre. McCook, mollier of the fighting
McCook brother, died et New Lisbon,
Ohio, on the 10th lint. She survived
the most of her eons, who were ee fnmii
Urly known in the late war.
The OkclormSiafc. keeps this sentiment
landing under its editorial head i " A Re
constructed Rebel Is the meanest thing
that orawls." How is that for a loyal
sentiment or a Democratic toast ?
Scarlet fever prevails to on alarming
extent in Greenville, Darke county. The
srlinnla were dismissed last week and
every precaution taken to prevent the
disease from still further spreading.
The Union Soldier Is bronght prominent
ly to the front by TK. Niut, in a cartoon
in the current number of TTarptrt HVi.y,
with tbis motto 1 "Pro Patria tt Gloria,"
(none but brave deserve the fair.)
It is announced that Ocn. Wm. Gibsom
lias been tendered and has accepted the po.
eilion of Adjutant General on Gov. For.
ter's stall', and Col. Sa.mi ei. IU stku, ol
Finillav, has been selected as Aiwitlmit Ad
Capt. J. C. DoNAt.ns.iK, the cfliiiient Sec.
relary of the Stale Cent r.i I Coin in It tec, will
accept our thanks for a Heal ami compre
hensive nli.ir.icl of the vnlos cast at the
Oc'uWr ckvliou for .Stale ollk'tr, .Sunutors
Finpi'fc9sCAHl.OTTA,wliO has been insane
since tier ill fated linlan1, MAXIMILIAN,
was shot in Mexico, is reported to hare sud
denly become entirely sane, and U now
writing a history nf what she SJW nnd ex
perienced in Mexico.
i . m -
It is reported thai Jksse Jamea, the last
of the bund of brothers which has beta
the terror of the West, was shot by a former
comrade who look the job from the author
j'.ies to cither arrest or kill the notorious
outlaw The report is very generally credited,
and the peuple of that net i Ion will
hope that it is line.
Col. F.DWtS T.VWttEKCE DllAKK, wilO
sank tbo l'ir-t oil well, u living in a mod
est home in I'ciin-vlviuiia. He is disabled
by muscular neuralgia, nnd, as he sits iu
ail invalid's chair at his doorway, he can
hco tbo long tank trains currying away
the product of his discovery. His il'uess
at an unlucky time prevented him from
making a furtune; but he has a pension
of f 1,500 nyearliom the State.
We noiice that Uro. J. l DeVoi,r, the
spiljrhlly editor of the Fosioriii Itciitw,
n candid.itc for the ponition of Second A
sifctant .Sergeant at Arms Postmaster
the Ohio IIoiikc of Representatives.
there in honor and cninliiniciils in flit
flicc we trust he in:iv net lliu -ilion.
lie bus labored aiihlully and ilirutivily
for the uhl Ib pnl lie.ni p.u iy fur several
It was ri'porlv 1 thai ll iWcis to the value
ot if 100.0W were sold by the llui iia
Chicago, and this before the deeorationa
were completed, for the reception of (.ten.
Grant in Chicago. Mr. (ii.o. S. Cax
'It:i.D, of the Toledo Sumlny Juurtuil, who
wus present, reports that the railroads
carried b",00() people into that city
Tuesday and Wednesday, ll was among
Ihe largest and most gorgeous demonstra
tions ever gotten up iu thi country.
CongrcNuiian Fi;i.to", of Georgia, one
til the independent candidates cltclcd from
that -S ate to Congress again-t the regular
l oiiiinees of the Uouihou par y, husdc-
laitd lha lie in done with the Deuu cra
cy. This h ia pro luce. 1 great con
t'.crti.uiuu among the managers of the ma
chine, us it leaven the d. l.'galiuu of Cuur
hons in the llonu without a working inn
J uity, or one less than a majority. This
independent movcincn' in Georgia ihe
Toledo (Aimiti.TCto tielievcs to be a tivor
utile omen tor (he breaking up ot
colid iii.urhou pirly of the .South.
Tiie Ihi-ton Ilcmltl, ia an article of con.
eiderable length, shows thai the slreani
gold, which has been pouring wealth
i ' h moat potcidand seductive form upon
Wail a'reet this fall, shows hut little signs
of (Irving up. The first considerable sum
that arrived iu New Yoik fiom Rurope
was on August 13th, Fiom tha dale
October 20t.li, the supply c-'nie in at
i sle of four and a half mil lions per week,
B'tu'lii.g the total receipts from Aug.
toOvt. 20ih, to $19,1.09,575.
The pio.luclion of gold in the United
Slates during the fiscal year of 1S73
cMiiimled by the mint authorities it L J
7J6,3M. This, be it remembered, is
I ngest annual yield stneo 170. It will
be reen lh. within three months, for
liyi nations huvo shipped to this country
u turn of gold exceeding by 42,132,961
the amount raised from our mines during
l icmOAl bounteous year of the decade.
Zi'i t'uo lh rue cardinal virtues, Charily
ciihiUcred the greatest, and it has always
Ucu a pleasure to us lo excrci-e ii, especi.
u".y toward coteniporarics ; but when
ii. I. ret of a largo ai.U populous county
lit stale too great an exerciw of charily
cm sea to be a virtue. When a fulsome
puff for the Stnlimi is carefully prepared,
us doubt beforehand by the Pcrrysburg
end tf that organ, and the fame ia inter
jected into a legitimate four and a half
in ti article on the buaiuexa houses and pros
perity of our neighboring village of Bowl,
ing Green, Ihe particulars lor which
nil gathered in afie houn ant qr-mooa,
all Cud their way into the Lie of the 7th,and
Ihe puff of the &ntinel republished in
conspicuous place iu ita columns on
13th, it leads us to reflet on what singular
iisri the " Great Moral Rngine," the news
paper, can be put lo. The busy litlle Dee
thus forced lo do double duly, 1 1 condemns
fiaud in Lucas county and upholds it
Wood. The writer of thu pnfl' as well
the editors ot the ,S nlinel kuuw lhal
Mwle of theeouuiy have liM cnnlidcucu
IU it that it has " lost its grip," which
for the tlloil io bract' it up. At
same, time the article wss pit-pared
tie ill hud contained the Couit itl-coid, which
ran be found in. lust live inches of
tn this paper. By large display Ivpe il
made losprer.d overeiyhl inches in ihe.Seuf
in'.l, the extra three inches, published
weeks as ordered, amounting lo six dollars
at legsl raits. This is clear sietil of
i-tl uu that one little advertisement.
this fact placed before I hem the taxpayers
will know just hyw to read thu pull'
m sin. nil.. jsiil. ii i wmums x i
I'l p.ite s fioin riitilmrg on the loih
elated thai the Ohio river was rising, with
gimd indications of a sufficient stage lo
float the coul bsrges; also that there was
six minimis nf bushels of barge coal ready
lo start down the river. It wss thought
this wouhl end the coal famine at Cincin
nati nod other points on the river.
We publish elsewhere the Court Record,
giving the time fixed for holding Common
rieas and District Courls in this district
for 1880, as a mailer of news lo our read
ers. It is published In the Sentinel suit
Democrat at legal advertising rates, snd in
the Sentinel it Is spread overnno third more
nnr linn is neresssrv In order In make
it count in dollars nmf eon I in the pockets
of the publishers. This is the first lime
since our connection with the JoUhnai.
that the Court Record has nut been color
ed published in it as paid mailer. Thi
would indicate that the Ring has Influence
in Court. If not for the interest of the
lax-payers, it is more congenial to the
Ring to pay their organ a price and a
half than lo publish it in other pppets
Ih at they can not control, and give it
a wider circulation among the people.
Defiance Democrat: The CoIiimbusrm.
acrat cempany has been re-organized with
John G. Thompson, as President, John
ought to make a good editor for as a pol
itician be has dono lying enough lo gel in
lloston Port: And now si xlecn or seven
teen new stars and cornels have been discov
ered. If this isn't slopped prelfy soon, the
young couple who sueeccd in Hurling that
particular star by 10;.'i) won't be able to
get home before, midnight. Give the chil
dren a rest.
Rockland Courier; "Tho true journal
ist ia a free, untrammelled cieatme, gov
erned by none," proudly wroUi the editor
in his leader on "That Mighty Engine,
(he I'i'h.'h." Then lie went home lo dinner,
and was inj;loriously chased under the
bed by his wife nnd a broom, for oiu i 1 1 i iifj
lo send up the ingredients for the noon
Toledo Commercial : Rob Toombs re
peals that lie is ready to fight again for
"his cause." lie anya: "I feel it j
mean it it is in my heart, and why should
I deny it?" Toombs is a citizen in ar
and a soldier in peace. I lo never d id light
for any cause, except with bis mouth, and
he never will. No ono need cherish the
hope that bis carcass will ever be filled
with a good healthy dose of load. No
such good luck us that fur the .South. He
"don't care to tell tt lie," he says. His
whulc life has been a lio. When inciting
the people lo rebel against the government
he pledged his word of honor to wade
knee-deep into Yankee gore. He snufled
the ba tle afnr off, but he never saw any
gore. His hnast that he loughl for his
" cause " is l:il"C.
The Colton Boom.
It is stated that about 510,000,.
1100 have been made by Southern plauteis
and dealers on the recent rise in cotton.
(.'ol. Sam'Kiei", tff Montgomery, lakes tUe
leiul Willi t'iM),0(i, iimi others range from
flOO opto $100,000. It was all roalized
in cash too a Godsend for the South.
"Hark from the Toombs a Doleful
" Gen." Bon Toomhi, the Georgia lima
tic, who prefers being heard to being
seen, scut the following congratulatory
dispntcli to Geu. (Iiiaxt at Chicago last
week, which Ins excited considerable
" Atlanta, (Ia., Nov. 12. Present my
personal congraiiilatums lo Gen. Grant
on bis safe arrival to hit country. lie
fouli". for hu country honorably, and
vi on. 1 lutight tor min and lost. 1 am
reany to try it over again, ueaui to llie
FROM SCOTCH RIDGE.
Mr. Kditor Kuibassadom and General
readers plen.se allow me to fall into the
r inks once more iiud lo inform the readers
of the favorite old JocnxAt. of the reason
I have been ao long tpiiut. I wrote a Id
ler for the Joukn'ai. some weeks since
just at a time when local transactions and
sensational occurrences were abundant
here. I sent it to the office by a very
careless person who neglected to post the
same; tlierelore II never reached the edi
lor, his ci. 1 1 1 in tn or the waste basket.
Much interest is manifested by the cil
izens ot the Ridge in the impending case
of the State of Ohio vs. J. V. Phil lips of
this place, and also in the case of Julia
M vers against Al xander Wight the for
tner for shooting his wife and the latter
for slander. cry many of our citizens
are in alieu I.inco at court as witnesses uu
I hose two cases.
It. S. Dividson, our genial P. M. has
alcly procured a full line of the' latest
improved P. O. records and niertenf.uces
This olfioc ranks among 2d cl.iss postolli-
ces anil has onu (it tho most acctimiuoda
ling PoHtmastera in the county.
On Thursday night of lasl week while
Dr. hitaficr ami his nephew, n lad of 10
years, were driving from the Corners
the Doctor s resilience soitih of the river,
thu horse took lright and ran nwav, throw
ing the doctor and his nephew from the
iiuggv into the mud. 1 he Dr. still retained
the reins in his hands and was dragged sev
eral rods before hu became del ached Irom
ihe rig. The bng-'V was entirely demol
ished and '.he doctor, who. when lished
out of ihe mud, resembled a drowned cat.
was slightly injured about the face.
other damage. Thu same horse sprang
Irom n hrulge lasl June, throwing the doc
tor and his daughter from the buggy, and
the latter received an injury from which
sue win pronaoiy never entirely recover,
Ocing a li. location ot the knee cap.
One night last week four of our quiet or
ilciiy citizens octhouglit themselves to at
tend the so called "(jilt Edge .Social Club"
dance, at thu village of 1'einbci ville, and
while there were set upon in a shameful
manner by Pemberviilv's bruiser, who
Ihe wav s said to be associated with snd
allied lo thu. lion. Mayor mid Marshal
that town for the purpose of enticing
otherwise drawing atrsugers into rows
disturbances for lha liuanciiil benefit
said Mayor, Marshal and also of said bruia
er, tho lir'.iser claimed lo huvo a
at one of the party and tallied loud
liree lo tho boys, who merely resented
attack In the same manner. On Saturday
morning, true to bis custom, Mr. bruiser
III id an affidavit before His Honor,
Mayor, who issued a warrant for tho ar
rest ol the alortaanl parties who wore
uiomptly arraigned before his Court. The
boys seeing the evidence was I rained and
the verdict already prepared, saw no oilier
alternative than to plead guilty to charges
too numerous to mention, and were lined
$-140 each. Such transactions iu0 bceoui-
ina tar too common in that village, and
are a etigiua iikmi the town; a shackle
Irom which 1 emuerville C in never shake
herself loose however har-l she may
as long as she retains such mill in the
fice of Mayor nnd Maishal.
We bad thought that llie Initiation
that the boys from the Ridge gavu Peui-
nerviuu iu lliu "art niilelus" a lew tears
ago, was siiHicient.hui it has become plain
ly apparent that iu order lo Ik) shown
amount of rcsH-ct lhal common civility
demands the boys from litis place must
lake Germany llnougli soother degree
I had concluded thai "Minn" bud
come ami ert, having not heaiil from her
so long, but on noliciii' her niquii v u
weeks tince for "All-pice." and "Alf,"
was led lo believe that she bad not tnlirc
ly forgotten her old lime friends. Well,
" .Mimt, All ami myself loci in a dele
gale convention to consider the probablli
lies nf mi eaily reunion, but as no other
delegates weie present, we merely passed
ono resolution the substance of which
lio It resolved, that-
As ni life's ragged bill wa gll.le,
VVs'lt sonail our elsrlun miles,
As loini us bavs I u cnuuuu
Nov. 17, 1879.
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER WASHINGTON, D. C., Nov, 14. 1879.
This morning brought a certainly of
complete triumph for Republicanism in
New York. Having the iegislslure by a
large msjorily, and all the .State olliccrs
except the least important off them, we may
dismiss all doubts as to that Rlato next
year. The ssme amount of work in 1880
that has been done tbis year will give us
40,000 majority in New York. Because of
this decisive victory, and the tornado of
Republican majorities in other Northern
Slates, making the North "Solid," It is In
be feared that too little care will he
taken in the selection of a Presidential can
didate. A great majority MHiiriiiiir
brings nnworlhy men lo the Cmnl. There
is no tin user from this source, however, it
the people themselves rem in charge off f
li.irs inside the parly by intending to ilt
meetings between this lime nnd he lime
of the National Convention in lfv'0. Gen
eral interest cxhihiieil during that period
will do more for the purity nnd success of
the parly than nil I lit) excitement snd ex
pense of the ca in pi in following the
Judging by what is said by Ohio men
here there is litlle doubt of Mr. CI ;n field's
election to the Somite. He is a very able
man, is learned ami rcmembeied much,
and will at once take an influential pl-ice
in a body of which Conkling, Maine, Ilay
nrd, E.lmunds, Carpenter and others are a
part. It is no disparagement to other
einiuont Republicans of Ohio lo say that
the .Stale could not be better served by
any of theni than by Mr. Garfield.
There will be a great effort niadc.sssoon
as Congress meets, to hsve tho Indian
Bureau transferred to Ihe War Department,
l'he old argiimenta will be reinforced by
the persisimit assertion, true or untrue,
that .Secretary Schnrz, under whonc charge
as Secretary of the Interior, the Bureau
now is, has developed notable incapacity
for the maiiiiitoite of iis nff.iiis. On the
whole, I think it very likely the transfer
will lie made.
Ocn. Fill John Porter, Ihe bill for
whose restoration lo service wili conio be
fore Congress for consideration next session,
will hud less trouble in securing the favor
able action now ll.nt Scna'or Chandler is
lend. The Sena or thoroughly believed
in the guilt of ( ten. Porter. Bui I believe
whatever Senator Chandler might have
lone or said. Congress would have ratified
the notion of the tillicers, who, after pa
tient investigations, reported favorably lo
Senator Blaine said a few days since
that be wished to go lo Louisiana to dis
cuss political nil. lira, and believes be
should do so. lie and other prominent
Republican have been invited. So far
as l know, only two OI them have slated
their intentions in the matter. Secretary
Seliurz savs font his official duties will
make it impossible for him logo. Prob
ably four or live lending Republicans will
OUR CALIFORNIA LETTER.
YUBA CITY, Nov. 7, 1879.
Mr. TlMMOxa: The weather here still
continues dry. the lew showers have
made travel more pleasant, by settling the
dust, lint have been insiilliclent to star
vegetation. farmers are busy sowing
wheal, and rolling the dry clods over ll
with the harrow. We have bad no frost
yet, but all our fruit trees have cousentei
to shed their leaves tor the season. Geese
again fly thickly up and down our valley
and sport on the waters of t lie " Rio Do
los Plumas," (Kealher River).
. 1 be Sutter Count v teachers Institute
held its annual meeting in the Yuba City
school building on the OL It, bill ana 7th
Prof. Norton, of Sin Jotv. was present, am
made things lively by his practical in
slriiclious nnd scientific lectures. iiu
one of llioso men whom one can call
mind for a long time after hearing him
talk. Among tho many interesting things
on which he instructed us he showed
with his astroirjiuical apparatus the verv
pec ii iar positiuu of the planets on the 31
of Oct... 1880, mill tuld niaiiv ainiiMiiir
stories of the different gloomy prophecies
of would be scientists. One sewing nia
VA.' 'i'flJdVhhi aUvWSTA'A,! t. t' ! VYfie.KVlYell
would bo very hard on the pt-op:e ot this
valley ; also, that there would be terrible
volcanic action, which would be verv hard
on the people of the mountains.
One ol Hie "seers" ofthe "Sum Lot,
as also discovered to his great annoyance,
that on account of the extreme one-sided-
ness of things, Gen. Grant would he elect
ed President in 18:-i0, mid ho even feared
that unless Mother Shipman's prophecy.
that "thu world lo an end would come
in 1881," Gen, Grant would be re-elected
The cool "headed Professor, however,
thought that sHlioncJi there might be such
a 111 I iiiz as Rett I Hi; all the idaneis and
electors iu a straight row, he did not antic
ipate any particular dancer. He said
thai he never had noticed any particular
tendency to mischief iu school til ls, w hen
drawn up in a line, more than when scat
tered about promiscuously. We had
good time, ami I think every teacher had
just cause lo bo proud of being a member
of so intelligent a body. The work of ed
ucation is being conducted in a manner
that does credic to the county. Manv
the more useless matters were stricken
of the common school course, and other
of general utility, such as the lawsof health
and the plana of .American Government,
substituted, the prime object being
instruct in tho most useful thimcs tiist,
and the ornamental ones afterwards.
The fossil remains of a iitixa monslcr
were unearthed to-dav, iu the levee works
near Yuba City, n single tooth of which
weighed live pounds. Will cive full par
ticulars when nil is brought together.
S. H. RAUP.
Answers to Many Correspondents.
In reply to numerous inquiries fiom
readers, concern i tie; the wonderful finalities
ot the great Uermau remedy, ST. Jacobs
Uii, mentioned in our lasl issue, -we
would inform them that the article
be obtained from our retail druggists,
by their aid. Ask for St. Jacobs Oil.
il he docs not keep it in at. el, lie will
able tn procure it in a few days from
wholesale houses. We understand
there i.lready an immediate demand
the remedy, which ia not so very stirpris
nig when It n considered what It
daily accomplishing in the way of relief
and cures, horueriiig, iu some instances,
on the miraculous.
Be it kexiimkkkku. Tlint at a moot I in of
Juihres of the Court ot Cnaiinon Pleas of Die
Jintlulitl District ol the statu o! Ohio, at lbs Coi
UO.IS4 lu tun lotvu or I'lnicr SauJuakv. In
County of n . saitot, mitt Stiita of Ohio, nu
Ittlll iluy of Uclob r, IK. 11. for lha Diiruoso
ntliiit the thnos o. ho iIiiil' thu Terms nf II. I
of Common l'lous uud lis ik'U Court for the
.1 . 1. J SSI I.
It Is o (lured that a T nil of Court of C'oiuuioa
I'leas hu i-oiiiinuiieeil ut H u clock a.m.:
lu Cranfoid in inly uu Jsimary 5 April
Sect. 'in! or il.
In Usrdlu wan'.yon February May t),
la Hancock county on January 0, Jun 8,
lo Loaa oonntj oa rebrnrry 17, Msy 25,
In Marlon county oa Fvbraury 17, June 8.
In Bouocs cuonty on February 2, May 31,
Ia Ui I iu couuly ou January 5. May S, Suptsu
bor 1 8-
la Wood county on t'ebruery 10, Msy S.Octoter
ta Wyainlot cjunly oa February 2, May
And lhal a Term of tlm District ( o irt be roimnou
rs't at H o'rbs'k a. m:
In Cia.vfonl l.u'july on July P.
In Itunllu louiuy on Mimti 11(1.
lu Iluiii'H-k voiiuty on April 7.
lu l.oirsu i-ountv on .Msr-h I'.l.
In Slsr ou count, oa Juno 21,
)u I'nluu counly on Miiieli 111.
lu Ktu. e i couuly mi Antl :J,
Iti Wood i-ountv on Auril 'Jo.
lu Wjamtoi co inly ou Apill 2.
Till M AS II K Kit.
JOHN I.. POUTKR
UKNHV 11. HOULU
hmt. ..V rim.i i
VVyon Coes i v, ""'
I, W. 8 Kl.erly, Clork ol tbo Court ot Common
l: i r lha raid Cuuuiv o.' l o 1, do hereby
Umt the ui. in e anil U i .il( ia a rlla and
t ropy of ili uri). IohI or.nr ma.! liv lha
Jttdees at Ilia lliuu au.t plat'o and for itin
ILaieiu uieniloued aud ittul said origliiat order
now ou nlu iu auld f lin k a utlli o.
Willi. inv liaud and ! ol said Court at
Hug lireeii, tbta ytlU day ef
A. D. 1879.
W. S. EBERLY, Clerk.
THE WONDROUS WEST.
The Last Flight Before Leadville-Scenes
The Last Flight Before Leadville-Scenes by the Way-"H. H." and her Husband
-The Great Mining Camp, A
Revelation in Cities, &c, &c
There are various wars of reaching this
mountain i viie. 1 chose the line requiring
the ahorlesf stage ride from the railrosd
terminus, Hint is Ihe Denver & South Park
Railway.' A few miles out from Denver
mid we plunge into the I'l site canyon, into
the very jiwsof the mountains, but, like
Ihe bird charmed into the In oil til of the
rpenl, ve are only delighted lo be de
vulircd by so grand a monster, and go In
seeming destruction with an exaltation of
pirii, bordering upon ecstiuy. We follow
be l lalle, liiiggma: close the roaring, nun-
ling, plunging slream, not lo be diverted,
all its roar snd racket, Irom tracing ll
lo its mountain fastnesses. Onward nnd
upward we pres, winding in snd out,
around this rocky promontory, and along
that mountain cove, between the cragiry
battlements, sh'itling lis in, ou either hand ,
and lowering ever higher and bmbcr. nni 1 1
thousand feel of almost perpendicular
wnlii close in upon ihe creek snd train,
rushing in opposite directions, theon seem
ingly fleeing from, and the other roiirtiug
tho tei rors beyond. Thou a li i ll.; vista
opens up, and reveals still fiulher heights
upon heights, piled like ta upon i'elion,
it would seem, to heaven a own gates. 1 inu
we halt in a litlle paik between ihe walls,
its green menlows spangled with the rain
bow hues of a myriad mountain 11 iwers.
Similar meadows now line the stream on
either baud, tho mountain walls, in geinlcr
mood, receding a Iiu le, for a tune, but only
again to gather their forces, determined, ll
would seem, to put an end, our mid for
, to slr"sm and railroul together, crowd
ing their frowning but I resses close on eillier
hand, whore thev have hurled cijrintUT mis
siles into the abyss, in their rage, some still
half suspended, as though in u tit of rel til
1 lien a glimps? of sun-lihied muole
lowers, and iniu ireis, tinted by the
like mother of pe u l,c itches llie enraptured
gaze, like the walls of llie celestial city,
crowning Ihe distant heights lo the right.
then Ihey vanish liko a dream, but the
cheated vision is on the alert, and shortly
the envious, intervening walls are passed,
and again nnd uuiii the beautiful " Cathe
dral Kocks'' loom into view, and I. mealier
we have passed them, we can see t heir grand
outlines in the -lowly vanishing vista. The
namciriven them is aiij enough, so far as
theirgcncralcniit.ini isconcerned bill hardly
leiiuate lo convey the correct impression
Ihe grandeur and immensity of the mass.
It is a cathedral temple, more stupendous
than ever yet was reared bv man. It is
more like a magnificent walled city, on a
mountain top, with its towers, and domes,
and cathedral spires. " Dome Hock" is
mother immense mass ot naked rock, win.se
name suggests its similitude, wiucn we
passfd earlier in our course.
The road doubles on itself, again and
again. Now, we are heading back toward
llcnver, hundreds of feet above that little
double line of sled below, on the other side
of the creek which we were traversing
few minutes since. Short as our train
we often see our own engine face about, as
though bent upon running into the back
car.or nl least parallel to it. And, oh 1 the
visions, as we find ourselves mining the
glorious mountain-tops, traversing the shal
low vales between, or climbing, ever climb
ing, the grassy, llower-deckud sides, for the
Mowers still keep pace with us; and then
we reach the summit, the top of old mo Ii-
cr-earth. the highest railroad station ia the
world, with Ihe exception of one on the
Meiggs l'.ailroad, in South America, and
One on the line between Vera Cms and ihe
City of Mexico, and over ten thousand feel
above the sea. Then we begin to descend,
but the descent is gradual, and the In-anii
fill moiintain-tops and the li tt le dimpled
parks between are still around us, and uf
ler a little, every one gives a cry of delight
and makes a rush to Ihe left of the car, and
there, spread out, like the sea, lie the level
reaches of South l ark, green nie nlow
lands, stretchii g. miles upon miles, away
tains. Ve cannot see the entire extent of It
park, on i.ccoun of ihcsj mountain splits,
but il is, I believe, One hundred miles
lenglh,hy forty o. fifty iu widl h.aud would
furnish most elegant fauns lor a large pop
ulation, if alas I the " if "if the nlliiuile
were not so irreat ; hut ii is never lice from
frosts there long enough lo raise anylh'ng
but grass. It aff .ids excellent pa.-tunge,
however, for several months in the year.
A few miles along the outskirts of
park, and we are nt "Conio," the temporary
terminus, and iln-rc, we betake ourselves
MuClullan and Spoltswoo.ls' stage line
the best equipped nnd managed of ihe Lead
villc lines for l'airplav, leu miles distant,
in the l ai'K region, and llience our course
is over llie next range, to Leadville, twtmy
or thirty miles still further on, according
lo the route selected.
Among niv traveling companions from
Denver 10 Cunio. and lis far n l''iiirplav
the atage,-tvas the sweet poetess anil charm
ing port raver of " Hits of Travel," Iar
near, Helen Hunt whose simple initials,
II. II., are a household word nil over
the laud now Mis. Win. S. Jackson,
resident of Colorado Springs. Bright,
chcerv, charming as her writings is
sweet-voiced songstress, w ill) her losy, sun
ny lace unit blue eyes, trained in a halo
prenia'iirelv silvered hair. .She is of
height ami size, and, of course,
ladies want lo know, was draped in
gray flannel, and wore a drooping, btond-
biiniincd hat, trimmed with a spray
wild flowers. Her hu-band, who accom
panied her, is as delight fill as herself, ming
ling the red ned sensibilities ot n woman
with the strength nnd force of a man.
am sorry to say, however, that be wickedly
perverts the beautiful and appropriate
name of his poetical spouse into " lVggy,"
and even " Peg," just for the perfect absurd
ity ot it, 1 suppose. as there ever
All the stages of this line, except
goby Weston 1'uhs, thai one by Mosquito
1'iiss, a new route recently opened, rough
nnd dangerous, but ten miles shot ler I
the other way. iaii'ga Woman, with
native perveislly of my sex, I chose
new and dangerous rouie, and il was yloii
oils, fust among the limber, then along
the green hili-sides, above liuiber-liue,
among the fields of tloweis nnd fields
snow, so near each oilier that actually,
might, iu places, g.ilier flowers with
hand and snow with tho other; then high
er still, among the barren rocks, piled
like the work of Titans, above us, with
road cut in the side, with its bed of broken
rocks, u shelf only w ide enough for a
gle team, anil in places nn abyss ut
right two thousand feet in depth;
ibeu the sumniil, and we could look
thousands ol ferl .ipou Ihe peaks and
ley behind, nnd thousands ot Icet
the-yraKs anu vuiievs nriore, witn
backbone of the continent looming up
still grander proportions beyond ; for
though we have penetrated the mountains
for a hundred miles and more, we have
yet crossed the great snowy range, the
nneutal divpie, lievoiiil which the wains
flow to the l'ncific. And Ibt-rc lOlhi'soulh
west under its clouds of smoke, still several
utiles distant, lies leadville, that encamp
ment of pigmies among giants, of human
animals among the everlasting
Down with a gallon and a dash, we go
lo the valley, not so very far below, for
aliunde of Lead ville is owr 10,000 b
a I most lo the limU' r-lme, ami such havoc
wilh one's experiences, do those whimsical
potentialtities Ihe isot hernia make
here, 4,000 feet higher thlill Mount Wash
ingtou, which is dangerous of ssceut l
most any time of llie year on account
snow-sloi ins, a city of 20,000 inhahitanla
1 estimate it mildly for the a. nice pursues
Us avocations me vear louiicl without
oils inconvenience. Seventy six miha
railroad aud thirty miles by stage,
leaving llenver at nve o clock in
morning, I nnd invstlf lauded al
Clarendon Hotel, Leadville, n t 8 o'clock
the same evening. And such n hotel,
ped iiowu,as if by magic, here In the
It is furnished as elegantly
any first class hotel in a place ol its
any where in I he country, and llie bill
f ire is ns elaborate s that of the
Avenue Hotel, New York, aud till afforded
at the same price, four dylluu utlay,
considering, Ihe expense of freighting
goods here, up to the present, is certain J
Da light next morning found nie-on the
alert to see Leadville, and a sight indeed
it is; the streets thronged like those of
llroadway, New York, but with a much
more motley crowd, all classes being repre
sented, from Lulled States Senators, down
ward or upward, as t Iiu case in i v he; Sena
tors, however, not being in the preponder
ance, although as many ns six have been
domiciled at the CI irendon nt ono time
this summer. Millionaires, either real or
prospective, are its thick us blackberries,
bill one cannot lell them by liieir dress.
l'he president of one of the banks, nnd a
heavy properly owner here, sits at my ta
ble, in his blue Il ium 1 shirt. Liiundtv
bil Is discount white shirts here.
l'he location of the town is superb, a
slightly inclined plain, large enough f..r
Ihe business portion ol the city, sloping
from the foot bills al Ihe base of the l'aik
range of moil nt n Ins which foot-hills, bv
Ihe way, aie the s oiree of the carbonates,
which have made the fame H id wealth of
the camp toward llie Arkansas Kiver,
some r.ur miles distant, mid ri-ing into Ihe
ridge of C'apiiol Mill, to Ihe north and
laorthwesi, which is already pretty well
occupied with the Ih I ler class ot i esidenre.
The I. nn. us C.ilil.irni a (liilcb, which has
vichle.l millions to the put iu years gone
by, bounds if on Ihe smth.
'lf other features of ihf pi ice, 1 will
give a further thserip ion iu inv next.
C. W. R.
IXotlro off School II nine I.cCliny.
Notlcr in tu-ie'v given tl.t n'crl pr-Mv nil for
f'i.nl-h'n : m iivn il. bnihM.i'i t n i pviil i.r ti hrkk
prn 1 h n (- tn in yon h .vear ivrn -r of H I
IVrrv '' tri; T.. W ou Cn., wlil itv r iviM.! bv
o'c'o-k !'. m . l" thu . i h f' or Pc r a er. 1S7-1.
a-hi , i nciiii. 1 i.ti i.-tj: ;n ho hullt rc-nrnin'i It-n""iii'
t'Rltinswb t h iii - bf -tn til th'. Imi r mr-.n tom-e-1
n ico. - ji .b ' il m'.M bu n: v ' bv tbf p-irt
intt-ri'iiii rt ;in l inT in'ti.i 'd hv n iroi) an.1 n itH-
ciM,t :;.iniin v Cuil n ctcttru-r will In- ftitt-r ct uilo
wilh n bo;i 1 for Hi'.' i . ftirni" n ' tf niiil wo:k.
I'lt) AH 1 1 1 Will b (J .! (! A il 0 Hib'lt t by Uc
Bui 'In mrn'MMiiM'-'n :tH't A-fv "f lie "i-ibcr.
TX t d'ebn st f. V... f ll - I III To rtM"-T tv o
nil bi In b-in-' r -rv.-.l. V.v r c f lh" Hon d
ai litlit' ti i-u. (' i er -bur ' i'p.. V. Otid Co., U.
T7T0 A 7IA?..
Msy l.e ha I at al' tin- n .' ' s ism's si cts fer copy
Vi-silv rial s of tir,... e..cli. 1 50
I'hs llmvki vo ami any i 1 00 Maeszine nr
IV i i ilicil 4 i0
rii." II. i k.-j. and ' (jlnnnilifis f-'T ll.e Cil
rion," i vrv liandaom sml valuable
b'.ok ol 811 (.nffi1 Sclav 4 00
Tin- II i kvvs and His New Holly Scroll
S.iw for 3 OH
Tlie Hankeve and tiiavL's' Tsrcet Gun-- 2 2a
M DisWMcD, 1879-8
Cuthhert Ruspb'irrf , two pl.mts to ech
M. .Id's Ennhled Oats
Miijinnlirt Seed.H f aasM, including Soulan
Irin (sueds Irom Seedling I. Kiimh reri )
Itcbb's Hybrid A t.i iltt;i
Ipoincci Letophj iiii.
W will ssnd llio HAWKRVK, 1 rssr.- $2
And llie Kl'UAI. NEW iOUKIJlt. 1 year
A ad llie sbiivt.' list at I'lanls and Ft'i'ds" 2
Ail, P"s!aje pii.l, to ny addr-ss, fur--.. 3
Address, HAWSE Y2 lUBLICH'S CO.,
AGENTS WANTED. ItiirliinjMnn. Inns.
617 St. Charles Street, St. LonJs, Mo.
A rejtIr (trnttuatc of two M.'tii.-al CollfRct, ht bcenlonffr
enfold in the inecial tirttmuiitofall Veuereal, Sexual
ncl ulironic l:soaaesthan any other Phviiclan in6L
Lou it. am cltT tiamera (show, and all old re idem know.
Syphilis. OcnorrbcBtt, Gleet, Stricture. Orchitis.
ITarnin, or Rupture, nil Urinary Diseases aud
5usil Ct At.nf.iT.'are irMted wi(ti urr,ra.;c!i;d lu.ciaw,
latett cipntii': priucip'ci. Silr. Private;.
Spermatorrhea. BcxTial Echiiity nnd po
tency, ihe result of bc'.f-Abuw in youth, arru! x
cvatosiit niaturer yci i.or cihercaiKM, and which prorlur
loitif ol t!.4 t'uliowit x etivctii: u rouii cai, emiiial cmi
iiont, i!ebi:j.y. d.ntnr-j (.f sijh'.d. trctivc turrno , nmiplra
on iiu face, pliviieai dciray, aversion to nK-'ielv of iVinftli-t,
contusion ot idriF, it n gi ual puw.T. tt-., rrndtti itijj
marri?n ir.:proTcr cr unpf-pi-y. arc pfin,..:i.?i.iiy
Cured. C'liia'iitjli.iu ct tTi f. or t'v mail f., jn.rtnviu-f.
When it i incotivn ,-,,! i vwit Cir ci:y for trcmuit
mrdiciut'i rati Ik ii n; bv ir.-iil or pn i v.-rv where. C'nr
uleca't (uaraiitf'.Mj, iirtMl"nMcxi'!i it 14 f.-ankly (!!
tiapile: i:t We:, 1 f W:asB, I
P LATH 5
Lie -r:'.i- cloth end eril t hfnflir.tt. Ben
11 pounce o- ct'JTTTicy. uv
in niorcT n
le. l for SCc.
;r firlv Viiuclrrfiil mi nii inrM.
Irtie to lif; rticiM cn tr tb'lovriii nltjcti : "i-t may
marry, who not, why. 3Iiihru -l, T' 'ii:ni.i-iM.d, I'liv-kal
demy. 'Who slicniil mfny ; I!.-h- l.tV anil may
b IDCTMMd. Tlie rfira!')'tr.v of ilt imxlucti-m. fttitl many
more. ThoM mtrri.-d or cmiti-mp ati'.ijf ttiarr.aic hnuld
read it, tlien kpt unikr lock arl hi-v. Fipoir rdition,
Mm bji abov. but paprr covrr. '.W p'efr. ct by n5U
1 i . ' . ' 1 'I .imrrii'i,
l'-tr tha pi)y eur ol Seminal Wraknea, Loat Morthoo-i,
I rt mature L'l.'bilt'.y, N'roiniie, lJpinil".ic, Continioti
tif has, Avt-tiioii to Scity, I ft fret ut M.niory, mini
Diior.irra broti-htnn by Secret ilpl.it and Li' cjaca. Anf
(L-uuttat lita the inrrtiiriit. A'iiir-i,
URi jAwyucd. cuwuiiu at., at, uai$t ma
T il E
X&riden, Conn. U.S.A.
k-r.,.S.rV ..tsfJcUaSlw."": M .
"CWWrBtfs Blow Pedals," I
Adjusted Gr removed Instantly.
Invented snd Exclusively
used by this Company,
The most popular
Organs ofthe clay!
UNRIVALLED IN QUALITY.
"The Wilcox & White
Organ Instructor" is the
UEST and CHEAPEST
in the market t
Send Fbr Illustrated Cutalogui
17 'J ...
$21 Eu73 this Stvle.
Kw ay (Hits wanttnl 111 evci v tw u.
tUKchini rurniKlttil 011 nfilicntln, 92 o
ftrwui(1t;cl wilh tinier i a uiHiite of
failli tl 9 iHlatue, $18, to bu (aid -fn
iIhvh uil. Livery iiiiidiiuki uattiuti il.
wi I it it 4iii.r.i nlre it ivrn w itli t hcU nit t-1
kivt in iu tier fr two yenr. Twn mihc
on ml'treKji. (Live imhcIhim h,
maoltiiivs. f 70; five niui'liioea,
prtcid on ii fiiilt'iH
PARSONS, FOSTER & CO..
135 4127 ClariSt., Cile.5fl,r.l.
Court of Common 1'len ol
Wood : on nl) , Oltlo.
Riftlmrd W . Tlbt, AHininiflim
tor nf the Entile nf Hnhcrt Till
bolt, dareasedf ririinlilV,
WHIimn I. KifUer, ChurK'H . f,fgnl Xnllct.
1 bntnpon, I Immitii liiifiis,
Killih r.nrni, Kb(tt II. SI. Ilk
nnd Horace S. VTnIbi ilfie.
Hit id Hr-rcmUnts. Tboimifi I, laicnA nnd Kdilh
T.iicim, wbe pUri' nf n-nMcnre In unknown,
nor enn tlin nniiir bo Htceriiin. d, n n Kbert H ,
Shirk, vtm rfbteK nt (Nth, .Miitni rnnnlr. In
tliiHin, will ImRh nittir ihnt "n tlio eh'Trnth
of OtMnhrr, A. I )H7tf, nnitl plnlntitT Hirbnrrl
W.Trtlbntt, AnhiiuHtintor nti rtniiul. nletl Inn
pnlitbtn in tbi Oomtnf (Jnnimnn Plenn, In And
r WmimI count v, nun mute or umn, lint noirci
mid prnver of 4rhilt wnn ro ohtniu n iii'lKenitint
nuiiitiM ul iii'tifunnnlB Wilhrim I KtMer nnd
(ihrtrlon Thonii'ii lor the nuin of fln- thnnrtnd
fioren hn idid iwentr thrff nnd l'j 100 t .llnrn,
nnd inlerrnt llirroon nt the rnto ol noren itor
cent, from Ft-brimi y 22-1, A V. 1870, and Ibnt
the numjB tn? Hi rirritord n fitt lien upon the
rivllnwui? ncscribt'd rt-ni cMtutt', to wit : I he
northeiist nimrMTof fii-cilnn number nix in tn n
nnmbtT nveii nunii, nt itiinje ineive urn, in
Wn..d cimntv, Olmi, exCL'ptmfr tiftv-nne nnd 20
10(1 ncrrn ntf Inttn Hie ni (li nidenf nnid not th
en et nn ir'er (teotntn. 1 he nnnl prrmtnen o con
ed contisining e iff b IT (80) ncres of land
more or irn.
Sid petition iirlher nnn thnt niid rfnl en
lute m? he n"M fur tlio nnrmiMit ofnMid ludtte
mrnt of I'i s.l.i nnd inter ent nn nfnresnui, nnd
wbirh e tiii"i it utv'H n fii et li-'n tip n nnid urt mini's
Siiid nt'tiiinn rtlfi.i nrnten that niiid dfendiintM
Tlmninn I. I.nenn, Kdiih Iurin nnd tibert II.
Shirk chiitn to I. nve "me lntreit in nnd tn nuid
In nnd thnt nn'en tber or encii of them nu
penr nnd nnswer mud pi-Mlton nnd nel up their
cbiitn in "i- lo ihe nmd prfiuinen if nnr t'ev
hnvr. on or before the 27ih dnv f December, A
l. 1S79, th.il thrv nnd cjicIi of them be forever
bnrri'd I i in iliiTt'Hlter nt-ertit y nnr lif ht in or
the stints. JOHN r . KUMI.KH.
Alt'j for FUint'tT.
Oct. .Tint, 1379. 2'.f
riourt or common i'i'i or
Wood Counly, OIjIo.
Riihnr.l V. Tslbi.lt. A.liiiinislra ")
tor nf llie psl ite nf It. .burl Tul-
bult. iloccttseil, riiiiulitl, 1
Willi,m f. Kll.r. Clisrl,-, J , , K .
Tlii.mi.snn, Tlw.ni:is I.. I.np is, ( "
K.lith l.nuss Mwrl ll. Minn,
Horace S. WnMhiite,Ji.lni R. j
W.ilc.itl anJ l'7 in n i A.Kiilly, I
lltiff n.li'nts J
S.ii.l duronJsnl, Tlinmas I.. T.urss anJ E luh
Luc-is. wli'.se i.lsc.i f re.si fence m ntikwnvn
nor can tlm same be s.cerinine.l : Iso Elu'ri II
Shirk, win. rei l" at I em, Miami comitr
Indisiis, 'vill luke imtire thai nn ll.e elptonil
ilnv nf Oi'tnbcr, A. 1), 1870, si. I pl iimill
Hiclisr.l W. Tuibi.tl, A Jmim lit rm..r iil. nis.iJ
nlleil Ins iK'titi.n in tlie t.i.uil ol (...vmnii
Hless in ami Lr Wi.ml cmnity ami Hiule
Ohio, llie i. bi 'ct nnd prayer of wlnrli wis
oliMit) fl iil.lEomi'llt ns.iill.it S:lid 'lefilll.lelils
Willium I. Kellr snd (Misrles Th mu"ii, for
llie sum of Five ThousAiid I). .ll ui ($5 000)
snd inleresi iIioi'inui nt seven per cent. Irmn
Noreirtber 1 1', .t. If 7,n ml Il.at the same msy
be dt'cliircl a llf'..t hiMi upon the loll. .wing ilea
cribed re;il estate, tn-vrit :
Tlie soulh-wet frarllonsl qusr'erof frselinn
si suction, number seven 1 7 i, in 1 own nmnbe
sevt-n (7) north, nf Rmire m-rlvo ( 12 ) esst
Wood enmity, Ohiu, ewitaininjr. niniit.v five (DO)
arres t hn.l, ntoie or les.
Sn'ul petition 'iirlhT ssks Hist ssul rest es
tste ni.y he ll fur the psrnieut of said jii.-te
ment ot ( f o UuO J, sn.l interest as aliiresuKt.au
which consilium, a hr.st lien noon si.i hreima'
Sai.t pviiii.'ii lunher st.ueHtliHi said Thorn
as I., l.iii-is. K-litli l.nnss. an t Enrt 11. Shirk
claim tn l.avu aome niierest in and to tha said
Umla. and thai unless thev nr eseh nf tlwm sp
penr and answer s.ii I peiiit'.ii nnd set up their
claims in i.r o the said urein ses, if an? thev
have, nn ' before the 27ih d i r of December
A. D , 1879, thnt Ihey snd eieh of them be f.
e.er burred from the'S'ier e.e-imsj any
riel.t in ortoihe u, JtJ il r . KL Ml.hll.
October 3tsi, 137'J. Alt"y Inr I'lsinti
la II ai inJXMl IU "illl lJ BTlTJVVA. pfvl.trh
ty r Uin4keIIiKkt'yerileO!otn.erit,Warriii,h-dlo
r A.1-1.M with tnip. Dr. J. S. i kBlar, Lutiu. M.
Klli:irIATISM. I'UAI.YIS. IVH'.
It I.; I A . M;ltVOlS mill ftfXI AI.
UEUII.rrV.ii-iiPinl III llrnllli. Waal
ins DeciiT. rriimry lii'iia, Suiiwil
w... ... .......f. g ... . ' - . n
willbim'nt nir II. ...k nn M.-dirwl KliTlrieitr,
and Kleirtro nnlnuiic Im-Iih, wnrM ii'ni.wned f.-r
their aucceiia in a rmp ir.anT ri 1 11 a btp )i,f a,
(niii.3 All CIIICIIMC IHMMM'.S.
Send v m.l.'ir, rtnl Slump fi-r lli.i?ttnia
ni.;. w. foisnrs, n x. Fnh
SI., riiici iimili, O. 21n
A MONTH! A3!3?3 UM3.SSJ
73 H'U Svlllnc Irlt-l.i. UtrlT.irldiarnm-
! rr... AiLJAY EP.O'JSQN, Xizi
-wiiais n o s e
2 oz. Package 10 centa.
DON'T FAIL TO TRY IT.
WIGWAM LONG CUT.
4 ox. Package 10 cents.
3 oa. Package 5 centa.
IT SUITS EVERT BOOT.
ROBERT ami & CO., i-'riV.'.'.:
urn co M ail iti;ti.i:a fur l.ouk-t ntil M;.i.uitii
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Hnnki wilt hf jouml vrv runvi-nlftii )u Plerilm
U lain'C LiOlU liirifP i;ninrcs,
Thp fjttoKinj ar; Ment o (A receipt ef threctnt
ArrlruUnre. Hor .vulture. Floriculture, Sto
1 rut l. fi.
Archita-ttare.-IluiMins, Carpcntrr eullla-
llohriu l.lbrrln. With Vflr4 Tn!x.
tdutiiiiou. Ac. .- 01' 'i taciiUij;, Kintlti gaiten
llncinni-rln. Mining, Mvcliaiilcf, 3Iaaufc-
Fiuti Art. Drawing PuiuttDS, Ecttlplurtj,
r. . i ..I,..
JuvfiitlH.-Hook 4 for the young, fret, and
Law. Short Title List, irrangt4 by Author1
Nuntet. , ,
Law. Catalog u ef 1'IJ, Tluro, ami ;iluab'e
Medical, Short Tltlo XAU mrrangua hj Aolhor'l
PhHinittfT, tr. Kor nrmrst.
PerlolitaU. Anit 1 linn hh1 H tll'll.
t'otUU-ul rii-oruiiM v. I" h.anii. I .fui T.it ton,
stationery. io t-iiKin ir. iiiiiki, ilircUauU,
A MuntUly lUiltr
Iiu ol' Nut Rooka.
Tttfollrittinj or ml only 01 neiijit (At prief
Americana. Cm :.t1 on.J Local HHinry.TraYela
Hlou'iui-iiv. v l.'JH p.i'j.-.. l'l'.cw. HI cclll-.
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brarv. t'l;i-lii.-.. iMi .nf.'. Uino. lJili'C.tocelita
liv.-nii'" ol !. I'm ilcniloiia, iUorU,
i.'A . nirs. l?mo. I'l'lci. nnu.
Mwlicul. Ui.lHc.l lVnciii. of Amrlran
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i'ran-.-v'tion. ..!, 14 .au.'. l?mo. Irlc.. 2imiiI
htUtrn nf itttiift ntrrl wrth prompt mllention,
KOBtKT t'l.Al'KK CO.,
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THE PRIVATE MEDICAL ADVISER"
en B.-phili. Onrtorrhor. Ola, Blrtotnra, Vartoo
r -, Mje i bpuriuaLorrha. uaj Obllly,
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(r cilia ui tit i.i 4ufii 'HH 00
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E-Of? POL LAW wJ all Miroaut
yn-WueaKTOJKilaaW aJMivu rl-avrilKil book
: y Ui I i.l ii Unii', (.o.mbiiii-'h n M"i
aUaiiitiM. and viiitiittciijtrevvrvtl
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iiiixt ii..iniia AIUkI IJ-hj pubuaitao.
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mill ium iir lii.fii.cut lail Anwu, wiU lt luuittl ul
t i.iiv hi iilici im(i from impurHiva ut Ilia ayatcin.Mrly
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tii.il. r II. a lu-i.'t i.i , . ato" imt Cbruyio" iltaaca.
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Da. BUTTS' niSPfcNSARY i-hn-iia4
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In Largo Assortments.
A hm Stock of WALL PAPERi Call and Examine.
3r,ttox-xiS3 vxxd. Pricos to C3u.lt uCLU.
AGENT for HOLMAN'S LIVER PADS.
Paints, Oils, Painters' Sundries,
I.UBUICATIiCi OILS, &r.
G-cnfs, Try Our S ct. Cigars-
W E KEEP A FULL LINE OF
Lamps and TnmmlnRfi,
Candies, Smokers Articles,
SStationai-y, aoiiei AruuitH,
Perl vim ery,
Jlriisshes tv Tye-Stnfls,
Sewing Machine Needles
Prescriptions Carefully CompiiiiSei at All Honrs.
A.. XI . CHAMPNEY.
Louisiana Ave., - - -. Perrystoiirsr, unio
DO YOU A.
Square Cook Stove ?
Mcseivoir Cooli Stove?
Parlor Stove for Wood ?
PARLOR COAL STOVE?
I have Just received a large nnd full ."mortrapiit and ran fiilt any one as to atyle
and price. C..1I and f xninint tht'ii..
HAVE ALSO A FULL T.IN'E OK
Hardware, Tinware, ilxcs,
CIIOSS CUT SAWS, citoo.
All at Bottom Price-!?.
Cot. Loohlanti Ave. & itcond M., - i-crrjsnurg
A. G. Williams 4 Bio's.
Ono of tlio lVirgest Stocks ever on. exhibition in
The Lowest Prices Ever Known.
CALL & SEE for YOURSELF.
SPRBLQ I SPRgSMC !
The Latest Sties, Largest Assortment
and Best Quality in the County.
Sold at Prices to Suit- the Times !
Coins Oiid and All stnH Convinced.
Tot UiTOra. Nrmni,
Imw Mulrilvd, l lmlU,
BiuhTiil. anil all ultlicli'il
Willi tailttlamut WaM.
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nnaina Kvll rurvbodlxc lack ut Prld.
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u. Illllly cut..l I.r Ui. unlT rvllnhl r.in
im.UiIm. ha4 al tl.a K. M. l .Vr., I.UI MT. Ui
m.-iHnnia. ... iy niuu.fi iit Dux j M Duaua,
rbww. flc, Ul per I.i.a ; H
b..x.'e, 92, Tliy r.atore
aullurvra to licallU and
FOB SALE I
Threshing: Machine 1
Maonfaolur.d al Piqtia, O. , by John O'For
rail k On. 1 hia in loliiua haa bavo iirnid a liillu
...ttt. imit lo (. I il in running coud lln.n , and
la in iifrfocl nrilur. Thar iauo betmr inacliina
m laiifaciuiad. It ivillbaaiiid Inr what Hia
rtaanuably wnilli and Upon lair Utrma.
Kiiiiiii ut William Ckook.
Furrjabury, V., .uua UU,, IS7V. Uif
n i n o n T0 fl" A vear
Ul I ' is yT
I J- I nivn Incaliljr. ! risk,
all I Wi.mm dn ai wall a
III III I 'ka nor
mif JL J J J IhaB tho amount laltt
abn.a. Nu una eao fail I" make money fagl.
Any n.a ta. dn Ilia work. You can maka fn.iu
5(1 eta. In i au liuur by daruling ynur viilnia
and apaia lima tn lliu buaiui'aa. ll coat mull,
ing In try lliu buaincas. Nothing 1 ik s it Inr
inoimr making t'er nflVrd bolnra. Huilneia
plaaaaul and alriully linnnriibla. Itaadar, if
you waul In know all about ll.. beat paying bn -ainuaa
balnr. lha publia, amid lis ynur addrt.a
and wa will ond vou full i.articuUia and pri-
alatKrins Irea ; aainplra worth ti also (ras
yon can than maka up Tour mind for ynumslf.
Ad.lraas OliOUOIIS S I'lNsiON & CO., Portland,
jTd TTVT)V Ton tan mak.
fj J Xl&lXiU. monsy by tllin
' our Starling Chemical M'iekt Mat
tr nevda triiniilng Nn amoks or smell 10 cla,
each, il Toi' 3 cunts. Maud stamp lor oilalogus
of Woiidorl ul larautinus, staple and fancy
grinds. PiiiaoNs, KuDTiH A Co., 123 Clark tfl.