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BniTio bt ?. w. Sims, 8njrbrrlr, O., lo whom nil cmmunlesilos publication In thla department may be kddrenMMl. NATIONAL TEMPERANCE. Tlie Ksnsss Temperanct 1'alUt ilium i pe uku with great confidence in tlie following arliult of the tri uirili of tlint StBlo: Whilo there is no room for doubt ing Oml severnl oilier State will soon follow the good example which Kansas will Mel them next Novemher, hy milking prohihiiion a jmrt of their fundamental law, there in 1mo excel lent renxoim for believing the con science and intelligence of the en tire nation i rapidly being educated to the standard necessary to give us a national temperance law, soon to be followed by a national prohibitory law, and this in turn by an amend ment lo tlie national constitution of a strictly prohibitory nature. For the last century America has led the progress of the world, hav ing been ever foremost in all that enlightens, ennobles and elevates humanity. That she will continue to do so .there is little reason to doubt, and in no way can we so ef fectally lead the march of progress as in leading in the temperance work. Notwithstanding the magnitude of the evil of intemperance in our coun try we are still one of the most tem perate of nations, comparatively speaking, and have a stronger tem perance sentiment than any other country. When we consider that little more than one hundred years ago a New England town meeting appropriated money to buy a barrel of run for the minister,' and a keg full to be used the day the church pews were sold, and consider the progress made since that time, it is not unreasonable to suppose that another half century will hnd os a nation of teetotallers. Twenty yeai-s ago no avowed tem perance man could go to Congress, but now we have many Congressmen who are open and active in the tem perance work, and the number in creases annually. In the keen com petition of the present age, men who weaken their natural force by drink ing are left behind in the race for public honors. Even from the South ern States, whore temperance lectur ers were formerly classed with abo litionists and disorganized of soci ety, we have now temperance Con gressmen and sentiment to sustain them. Kansas led the van In the war for the destruction of slavery and will win yet greater honor in leading a still nobler war and a far grander viotory for the human race, a WHAT STRONG DRINK COSTS PENNSYLVANIA. From the year eighteen hundred and sixty eight the people of our State spent for liquors alone, not for the results of drink, seven hundred and thirty thousand dollars, or oter six millions of dollars per month. The mineral resources of the State are famous. but the drink bill it near ly millions of dollars greater than all these amount to. Our' drink bill is ten million more than' the value, of all food and food preparations, and nearly twice as much the cost of all article! of Wearing apparel. For liquor we spend three millions of dollars more than the value of all cotton, woolen and worsted goods, boots, shoes, house furniture and fixtures. We may add to the sev enty sovon and half millions spent yeurly in liquor alone in our Slate, as many more to pay for the crime, pauperism, loss of time and indus try, accidents and riots direotly and indireotly caused by drink. These statements are given by Dr. Hargreavea in a small pamphlet on "Hard times the chief cause the remedy." The Board of Public Charities of the State find that two thirds of the pauperism and crime are to be traced to intemperance ; that one-third of the insane, feeble minded, etc, owe their aril lotion to the same. In Philadelphia city, about twenty-five thousand, one hun dred an uighty-uine arrests are made yearly which are due to strong drink. In a single year it cost the city one million, two hundred and forty-six thousand, seven hundred anil thirteen dollars to pay the po lice. Two-thirds of this sum would not have been needed but for liquor. Are not our taxei heavy enough f Are all our cities to become" bank runt that rumsellera may thrive? The great remedy for this, the greatest of all earthly evils, is en tire and total prohibition of the liquor traffic. Thank God, the peo ple are awakening to this great fact. In the time of our national peril, blood was poured ont like water to save this land, but the danger that threatened us from intemperance, is greater and more deadly than that menacing us in any war. Our sons, our daughters, our wives and hus bands, our brothers and sisters are all Imperiled. If not direct victims, their hearts are liable lo be torn with anguish over the fall of those they loved. The saddest of nil sight ou the battle-field of the rebellion was that of friends looking for loved ones who had fallen ; but the victims of intemperance are sources of shame as well as agony to the hearts of the friends. They are debused, enslaved, fallen. Shall we legalize this wjrkof their destroyer ? ' to Mrs. J. B. M. Bristor. GOV. DINGLEY'S TESTIMONY. Ex-Governor Din gley, in recent number of the 1 CouiretatiortaliH lays 1. Prohibition has stopped effect ually the manufacture of distilled and fermented liquor in Maine. In 1830, when our jopulutiou was leas than two thirds of what it is to day, there wore tnirteeri distilleries in the State, which manufactured over two gallons of mm to each inhabitant, nearly all of which was consumed in the slate. To day there is not a sin ale distillery or brewery in Mniup. 2. Prohibition has well nigh stopped the traffic, in intoxicating liquors in the rural districts of Maine. Forty-five years ago all the oounlry taverns had open bars, and all tin! country stores sold intoxica ting liquors as freely as molluscs or calico. For example, the town of Durham, with less than 1,500 inhab itants had in 1832 seven licensed grog shops. To-day there is not a drop iH liquor sold in town. Read flelu had in 1832 seven open bars, at which were sold 2,300 gallons of spirits annually. Now none is sold to be used bs a beverage, Minot then including Auburn, with a population of 2,007 in 1833, had thirteen grog shops. Now theso towns, with a population of 10,000, have not a single place where liquor is known to be sold as beverage. At Farwell, liquor bonds have been fixed at 14,000. A TRAMP'S ROMANCE. About four years ago Miss Em ma Roland, of Galveston, visited an aunt in Warren county, Ky. It was summer, the season was, and one evening the girl sat in the yard, half reading and half regarding the enormous bumble bees bur.ing around. A Warren county bumble bee will attract attention anywhere. He can make you thing he is tang- i: i.: t ! ' l .: j i T uiig niiiineii in your nair, ana, iook ing around, yon Bee him ten feet away clinging to a thistle bloom. That's enough about the bee. A footstep did'nt arouse the young lady. It was a voice that said, 'Can I get a drink of water?" Two arms and the chin of a tramp leaned ou the fence. He was dressed in the tramp's garb, a wardrobe at once so describable and iiitluscnonble. say, oan I got some water?" "Yes," said the girl. "Must I go round to the gate or oiinH) over tlie tenner "Moth, if yop choose." "That's the way I like to hear peo pie talk," said the tramp, climbing over anu approaching. "Now, where's the water?" "I'll bring it." "You had better bring the well. for I'm dryer than a barrel of bro- mopiute. The girl went to the house and retnrned with a bucket of water, When the man had finished drinking she did not think that he had exag gerated his thirst. In fact, she did not thing that his comparison had been adequate. "What book are you reading?' "Mill on the Floss." "Overrated. I never liked it. All depth or no depth, I don't know which. The novelist has tried ' to write a story without a well defined plot. And has failed. Goldsmith's sucoess as a plotless and charming writor was a bad example." "You shouldn't tear my favorite book to pieces. I like George Eliot and all ner works." "You don't like Mill on the Floss. You have been nodding over it for the last half hoar. You only pre tend to road it, because yon imagine that in doing so, you develop literary taste." "I think, sir, you are impudent." "But truthful. Here's a book you should read," and the tramp took from hlsratraed coat a tattered copy of Burton's Anatomy of Melan- onoiiy. ur. jonnsou sum mat tins book was the only work that could induce him to gel out of bed morn ings, sooner than his regular lime of rising." "And that s why you like it, re marked the girl, taking the book. "If Dr. Johnson had made that re mark you would not find the) work charming." "I hat's all right. Give mo some more water. The conversation was persued un til the tramp accepted an invitation to supper. Hia ideas of Burton and Johnson were soon covered up with batter cakes. The tramp, Mr. Pres ton, remained all night. Next morn ing, when he announced his inten tion of leaving, the girl accompani ed him to the spot where she aat when he hailed ner. "Why do you tramp around, have yon no home?" "Yes, as to the homo. Don't know as to the tramping." "wniskeyr "Whiskey." "Why don't you quit?" "I will." "When?" I "Now, on one condition, that you will consent to be my wife. Meet me under this tree four years from day." "1 will." "Good bye," and he climbed the fence and was gone. No corres pondence was carried on between them. The manly handsome faoe of the tramp hung before the girl likea portrait. Deun, earnest eyes, a mer ry laugh accompanied the tramp. several weeks ago she Visited nor aunt. One evening last week she sat under a tree in the yard where four years ago she nodded over a book. Huts buzzed ' aronnd the same bees seemingly. On her lap lay Mill on the rloss; near her tailored copy of Burton's Anatomy Melancholy. A buggy drove up. man alighted and climbed the lence. "Mr. Preston." "Miss Roland." There was no indication of tramp in the handsomely dressed gentleman. ' The clear, earnest eyes showed no lurid light, kindled by Satan's breath. Clasped hands, kisses, renewal of vows. That even ing the buggy went to Bowling Green. Next morning a happy cou ple left on a Southern bound train. They are now in the city, stopping at the Grand Central. To morrow they start for Texas. Little Rock (Ark.) Gazette. HE FORGOT THE BULLET. It is but seldom that tho comic element enters into attempts at sui cide. A diverting exception to this general rule is Afforded by the suicid al enterprise of a Hungarian engin eer, resident at Teinosvar, who, be ing a steadlast votary of Iiacchtis, had drunk himself into so unsatis factory a state of mind that, a few days ago, he determined to put an end to his existence. Having pro vided himself with a pistol, and locked himself up in a private room of a hotel in the towu, which apart ment ne nan specially lured for the purpose, he pressed the muzzle of the weapon against his left breast and pulled the trigger. The usual explosion followed, and tho would be suicide fell to the ground, where he lay patiently for several minutes, waiting for death. Dissolution, how ever, failing toset in as promptly as he had expected, he presently arose, left the hotel, and walked home, with a view to dying comfortably in his own apartment. A little later on, perplexed by bis unaccountable vitality, ho sent for a surgeon to ex amine the wound. Beyond a slight scorching of tho skin, no injury could be detected; and, while the surgeon was vainly searching for a mortal hurt, his patient anxiously inquired "where the bullet had lodged?" "I fancy," was the reply, "thut you must have forgotten to put it into the pistol." "(Jive me my waistcoat," ejaculated the in tended self slayer, and, sure enough, safely esconced in the watch pocket of that garment was found the mis sile with which he hud designed to extinguish his vital spark. Since this discovery ho has quitted Temes var, iu which town he found that his rash attempt to kill himself wilh a charge of powder and a wad had rendered him the object of more public notice, attended by nucon- irouaoie unariiy, man was altogeth er agreeable to him. London Telegraph. Hun to Get sick. Expose yourself night and day, eat too much without exorcise; without rest; dootc.r all thu time; take all the vile nos trums advertised; and then you will want lo snow How to Get Well. Which Is answered in three words Take Hop Hatersl See other column. Two female friends meet after i long separation and exchange confi donees. "Yes my dear; I havo been a widow for six mouths. "And I for nearly five years." "The same lucky woman you al ways wore!" A Word to lyTothara. Mothers should remember that the most important duty at this season is to look after the health of their families and olvansa the nialrria and impurities from their systems. There Is nothing- that will tone up the stomach and liver regulate the uoweis anu purl ry the blood so periootly a Parker's Ginger Tonic, advertised in our columns. The wonderful cures of long- standing cases of rheumatism, neu raluia and malarial disorders is the reason why this pure and family medicine is so generally esteemed. roil. The boy stood in the melon patch, When all but him had fled, And visions of a royal feast Went dancing through his head; But the farmer and the bull dog came, And the boy. Oh I whore is he? Oo at the dootorman who patched His sore an-at-o-mes I The way to bring up a child is to show him what a good life is by liv ing it yourself. Tho old Scotchman was right when he said: "Trot feyther, trot mitber; how can foal amble?" A tom-cat aits upon a shed And warbles wildly to his mate, Oh. when the world has none to bed. love to sit and mew till late. But while this tom-oat tits and sin?s. Up springs a boarder mad with hate, who snoots that oat to fiddle strut ga lie also loved to niutilute. The penally of success is to be bored by the attentions of poo pie who used to snub you. How the saved her Darling I shall never again feel ao nervous about Oiy babies teething, writes a grateful mother. We almost lost our little darling by a lung attack of cholera Infantum, but happily heard of Parker's Ginger Touie In time. 1 took, a lew spoonsful myaeii. whioh soon cured my nursing baby entirely and an occasional dose has kept in and the baby in such perfect good health and made us so strong and aomfortsble that I would not be without this reliable medicine far worlds. A mother of Brooklyn. 88-9 The undertaker will lot a man down just as soon as the dootor gives hi in up. Intense suffering from Kidneys Cured. Montgomery Center, Vt., Feb. 25, 1880. Gentlemen : I feel it a duty and a pleas use not only to acknowledge my gratitude to you personally, but also to bring my case before thepulilio, and testify after 8 ware suffering, what your Kidney Wort lias dune for me. Kor the past year have been lakiug different remedies for kidney disease, but derired no beueltl. Have had trouble with my kidneys for eight years very kind spells, and for several mouths was able to do but very little work, at times blood pessing from the bladder, and experienced a prickly soiu.uion all oyer. I was fearful of paralysis, and was dlsxy, afraid to stoop over for fear of falling, At last in Jauurary oominenced taking your Kidney Wort and found almost iiuiueuials relief. On box made a new man of uie. I feel almost as well as ever in my life, ami I sincerely believe it will restore to health all who be aflliotsd. MICHAEL COTO. Messrs. Wells, Klchardson Co., Gentlemen. The above named person has been in our employ tho past three years, slid we know him to be a mau of truth and honor; we believe and know his condition and statement to be true. We know of others in this vicinity squally as thankful for lb beiwfUt derived from the use of this raediciue. Ksp. Yours, B11KU.MAN, JJllADSUAW & CO. 1880. FOURTH ANNUAL GRAND Exposition and Fair OF TIIK PITTSBURGH EXPOSITION SOCIETY, bOxj Will open Thursday. Sept., 2ii1, mul romalii open lny ami Evening, Sunday excepted, until Oct. Dtli. ANRW M AOIHNKit l MAU, has lit en meted tklnn tht- place or Old Power Hull, whlrh hat heen ri'tii'tved, arid the space converted Into ft huintirill Lawn, with Flower Iltidri mid Foun- Uilic. An Annex hfin l-en fiftdi'd to Plnrnt If nil wlilrh, whlrli will 1m dtrcornted with enmlti tltmf of every variety, In which will he fine display of cut fluworn, jJlltKH) iu premium) beug offcrrd ior that pnrpone. The Old Hiillditiijf havlnir been repainted and repaired, prrient1 A pf rl k I Tif appearance. Fif teen av.rv havo been added to the inumli, tiiereatlrir the area t tw.M,ty-IWi- oeren. A perrvrt hnll-nillti Imttlniz cniirne ha been rimntriieted, on whlrh t rlnln of upeed will be had had hv smme or the tlt ect tin-It In the rrmmry. f t4H hvivg otlned In premium ill tht dep't. WjU.iINtS and tilHiLNDS will be ihoruuiflily Illuminated with the HKL'Sll KLKcTKIU Throitch the co operation or cmr MnnnfiMnrei a thorough representation or the Products of Pltthlniruli and Alleln ny City will h on xlilhitlnn. Floral Mall and Annex, In charifu ofotir prominent Florist a, will curpaHi all previous etTorta In this Hue. tTNEW FEATURE.. In order to interest the aurronndtn rnnntlrn, an Asrlr nltural Fnlr haa linen added to the Rx pnFltlon. and our Farmer. Produrern and Ureedera of Fine Htock, florae a, Cowb, Hlieep. Swine, Ac. and alt de-rrlpttona of Kami Product, he awarded Premium nmo'intlim to SUMM). CONCBHTH every afternoon and rveiilnir hy the (Ireat Wenteru Kltrhteenth Kei'iment Hand, Miielc on IheUraud Uran dally. Kxciiroiop It lea on all the Ruilroiw!- at uri-atly red tit ed rntea. PREMIUMS:! $10,000 4,400 1,000 - The Dhilttif Department will be tinder the aupervixion ora competent Hotel Keeper, nefreah tnenta furuMiud at inudtjri.li: prices. Adin.MHion, 't 25 Cents. Children, under 12 yenrH of ng 11 Cents. Send tor Pronpectu containing Premium List and General Rules and Regulations. E. P. YOUNG, Ot iH-rftl MitnuKiT. J. C. PATTERSON, Secretary. JOHN I). BAILEY, Ass't Manager & Cashier. g- 1880. i'n 'l. It IN FAIR UEPAHTMHNT - in mm:i:ii d - IX CUU FLOWU do 1 THEONLY MEDICINE That Acts at the Same Time on THE LIVER, THE BOWELS, and the KIDNEYS. Tb(M treat organs are the natural clean era of the system. If t key work well, health will be perfect! If they become cloggod. dreadful diseases arts sure to follow WltU TERRIBLE SUFFERING.' BlIIowBew, Headache, Dyspepsia Janm dice. Constipation and PI lea, or Kid ney Complalata, (1 ravel, Dlabetea, ' Sediment In the t'riae, Milky r Bopy Urine or Bhen nutle Pains and Aches, are developed becanaa the blood la poisoned with the humors that should ha to beau expeUod naturally. KIDNEY-WORT wmrrtor thehfalthr action and all these itstfroytng evIU will be uaulnhed neglect them mid yon will live hut to sutler. HiouxandH have leen cured. Try Hand you will add one more to the number, lake It nd health wi llonoe more gladden your heart.. Why suffer longer from tho tormont Of an aching bnok 7 Why benr suoh dlatrMO from Con ttlnatlon and PMen? Why be so fearful because of die ordered urine ? Krowar-WOBTwlll euro you. Try o peck" age at once and be aatlsned. it is a dry vegttabis compound and One PtnHisJieaalxqnarta of Medlelno. Ytnte DruQ&tt hat W, or vm get tt for you. tun upon having U. Prirt,jn. -WILLS, UCSsiBCCOX 00., Proprietors, tWttl mad post paid.) Barll-ictoa TUTT'S mm nmmmo . i tmm . .initwi., j BaSSsafaasaasSBBaW l'sv .hssaV' 4BBafcata.I symTtoms of a torpid liver. Tjowb of Appptit). Nmiiwn, bowolacoatirfl Puiq lu ilit) Ji.i'TiTTwTTn. it dullnfUhatiun ij itio btujk P'irt, jVuir'uutW tho ahouMtir fcliuio."ftimm:,aVflor eaUiiKa' W1ftp:'t CXility ot 'ri, kt-'w 'jijiti it.i. I,u ia o piMinory, wit Im tVp'uiK oHmy'ii rr i., ofore lite i eyo'aT Vi'Muw t'hin, IltrMliuihi), Hi'3tlnHi-.'aa ni ooluroti Urine. VT THE8B WAENING8 ARE UNHEEDKIl SERIOUS DISEASES WILL SOON BE DEVELOPED. TTJTTB fUll are eapeelaJlr adapted te eur-h rria one doae-rtleetaattrih a chance f feeling aa to n-ioniwh tho aulbrr A Noted Divine says: Dr. TUTT; Daarfitrt Tor tan years T ha va ba t mirCrr to Irppsuv, OonUption aad Ptlea. Vaue BwaTour Pi'ls wHrmoomundHl i I twod thunv. Imnowawllnian,hav gcod appetlu, dicaaulaa CiHMt,rMuUrsUMli, piles (una, and hTesaUQd rif pound llHbI'btiy aru wori li Uioir weight i.i cold Thij iBOToaule ino Appututjf Via" oause the body to Take en Flesh, time tlie system la paariathad, aud by their Toalo Antlen on the lilffMtlve Organ. Hejrultur Hteola are pro- dnred. prirniwouile. 33 . Murray Ht., N Y. tutwhaioke; SB Haw on Wntsims ohuimd to a Ot-osir LACs.br a aloala ipuJk)ion o. this Dm. -U Ita. ptvrts a Nsvtiumi Oolor. suits iniitsutUuaously, Suit) by JmuM, or esnt by upr w on roooiyt of 9 1. Offioe, 35 Murray St., New York, 0 TALUABLS If yon sr. nfffrlttf fwwi las a a tod ( vtukjuM., TEUTU9, U U pour DwrMi, or laaaattk. '.. ebir. for will tore Yob. utd hay orortTd roor ilwi or a niovlttT, wora it you an wmtav aillnsi ulnM. wlUiuut sWariy rtntare Vaa mm, Utsn.d by fh. JuUoat or a una of IvV ii.i.ii.ih. work. trer.,the Yea. rafforln, front ny India tMt, mm Js orwo Um osm, U.ller. Yoa. Us. Blltsrs TT ro. sr. a mtnMr, .It wlUtyuur IttMora! du If you fwil wmk sad di saowliis why, lis Bitters will tf you w s msn of tnu ftrula of ,wr .vonrtUy Sara, toUUtf OTf ulu lisp Bitters will it you sr. y im n mm! atUoo, or sr. srow log Ux lis Bluer will tf row wtm la lit. work Sck, Hjmh.r, uuj ftl i.its, siuuitf ar sUi fatty,. Hop Blum Is ff rem .r old. .nit vnnr ial with ooi. .ml wurk diop. on the tun, at the ni.t your .y.t.in in.ni. uleUuf wltkeal UUiU Wkal Vaa Need, asryvB uiuSMdy, uul Tuur S fiulM u fMbl. your euuiUe. wamug, a SUIiars wlU sly J ea Vow LUk aaa Titer, One SJor Pas for Bftomnk. unr ul Cldneyit. iw-1 SLUuu aiMoiut. maa irrNtaUou our. for drank oiuum, an of upturn, toouoo end DarooUoa IkoimlTkaU rUBUMnMffe.(XSarfcMtoT.Y I n vww.; MrHU I IMTIMI ii-iYr I ed a m.8.-YOI)N(lRTntirN SH1HI II ITrutu uml ster lou. Itth, IK7u, I'lMt.uii' juri rittiiewtil run an follows. OOlNtl MoU'l'M NuLW Kl. V ki r I 47 6 8il i r o u I Ml 1 111 t 04 T 17 S II HI 17 IM ' S IM I HI i IS S 61 Ml B'J S 111 a .i a in io ou 4 im 10 96 AM AM Uoino sot'l'ti. 'ATIUM. No.l.lW.Kt, t YoilnKtown,. Thorn lull IfcniKlitoii ,, J ( 'it. 1 1 .it rK .. .. Ilniokrli'lii tTyrrtjII Ulll.. ruwler lillinur lKlllMlllllll Orttvil I'll Hhiiiliopo f M IU tH) t 40 U t M i io I 01 1 47 1 I H.1 I at i i.i II DO S AO P M W. W'nmf '111.. Aiulovitr Aililiiliitlit .... 'Ill.bmnli-. , ) Tultsruplit4uttluua. p-alud J. E. DORAN, LAKE STItKKT, ASHTABULA, OHIO. IMPORTER, DEALER and Mnnufacturor of Fine Breech Load ing onoi uuns. aiso ugont ior GHAS. DALY'S GUNS. Double Breech Loaders;,, $10 up, Single ltreecli Londorn, $0.50 up Price Lists sent on Application. Amprli'An niwnl Inr Tntin U7u.u,i,u.i. m, rt (Inn Maniilnctiirers j Airrait for W. W. Clrueser's MAuiuuTrii,.. uiium ; Agent tor una., uaiy's nus KENUAU'8 SPAVIN CURE .... B), ai(Min,, mill, fniiuua), sprains, awulllnira, Kalls, lami'itesa and all en lartfuiuents or thu Joints or limbs. It will com nll(Tllv FHtYinva hjinn mmwrln uil.t...... k. 11 .. -I la ft ail pa rrro tnm mnrnmrtn a..llt K 11 oreausliifra sore. It In also as (rood for mau as .i ime. auu im uhsju iuh sirunifiu, a. an nmua Of llttt VM llh nnrlofl .ri. A ... t.l.,1. r-tsiB siiuHiuK in in a pursou wno sunerea la Tcnm wiui nip-joini is m jn j.s ana waa pet ma nt-lltlv ClirirWi I urn ks.nrai ai.rii yifV. L.,ii,lull'a U..-..1.. Curt). Ktmumber we claim It will omen bone SlrHVltl Slid f'tnilllira.llr Bamnua I.Knn.r.h Statemont Mtvtlo Under Oath To whom tt may Concern: In the year. 075 I tlVtttitd with Ktiinlall's Hnavln On rain hnn. ai.au In of several mouths irrowth. nnnrlv hKirsi m., ...... buiiiiiistoi, vlltf,IC( Uie tatUlt- nesa and rutnovud tho enlarKuiuent. I have worked the horua ever since very hard, and he iws ueen lame, nor coum i ever see any dltrerence In the sli u of the huck Joints since I treated btin with KUNlMDLLtt' 8PAV1PJ ri'KB. a. a. .. R- A- OAINK8. Knoshunrh Falls, Vt Feb. Hi, 187U. Hworn aud subscribed to before ma thli 5lh dsy of Fehruary, A . I). 1879. JOHN G. JKNNB, Justice of the Peace. Offloe U. 8. Marshal, Western DIst. of Mich. . Kalamazoo, April lfi, 1K70. It. J. Kendall, Knoahurjrb Fulls, Vt.-Dw.rHlr: received the two hollies of your apavln cure forwarded by express In Januaiy lat. I am hap py lo state that It performed all your advertlae ment called for. In three week) after I commune ufti.sT it. the apavln waa entirely removed and valuable horao restored tousuiulnosa. Vary truly yours. JOHN PARKBS. Bend addreaa for Illustrated circular, which we think dives positive proof of Its virtues. No remedy has over rout with aucb unqualified sue Ccfs. to our knowledge, for hea.t an widl nn Price $1 per bottlu, or six buttles for $A, mil dnnfulsts have It or oan get tt for you. or It will iu seiu io auy atuiress ou receipt or price by the proprietors. UK. J. II. KK.n(AI,L A CO., .... , Knosburyh Kalis, Vermont. Bold by all Druggist a DR. SLEE, Buperlor atreet, oupoalte Case Tlall, Cleveland Otilo. Ourea Hypltlllls. Oonorrliuia Uluet, Htrit ure, Hrrnta, all private dlseacos aud Nervous Ue Diiny, causiug loss oi rent, lueuiury, ugUt ana consumiitlon. In lust lime Uuu auv other ohvai clan iu the city. NO CURE, NO PAY! fin re throat, oalns In the hr.nH.titl VMnnv and bladder disease oured for life. A Iud exnerlenre wuu vreai sueceas is mo woriu a trrunitanie on terlan of ahllttv. this liavlnir butju aMiiiiitid ii.. duces Uie Doctor lo tb-'ve terms. rNOTKKlo OlNIUV IN V A 11 Oft ' TH.UTia on Nkhvoits I iKH.i..rr." A warn IliffVuloeto Youth end Manhood ttent iu plain eiivehme ou retiflot ul two He at am us. Gives advltie and Instrncliinis by which I hi n wands have been motored to health aftttr all other rem edies bad failed. Written especially Tor those ulferhm Nervous and special diwaii)S result! D(( rrom enervaiiiisi nautia ami indlecretlon. rruai tuent by correpondence a 9H yuitr' specialty aud sirlotly couftiljitlnl. 40U testimonials frotu renimnsllile pursoiis. Addrens. 1)K. JOHN t'Lk'iu lvti rr. claim y r , cxi-vkland, o. tvitw rANTKI). AkoiiIb for the Mfc-of Oener. V ul Unr field. .y II.mi. A. ii. It l. Idle i the alHiulrird work. TV I. Kit A (Mi iu KLuto KL.. UitouO, III. ft; n i ' tin il i ma i t ,. II im ssas. CLOSING OUT SALE AT THE lEtKLIlE. ;TrDllBIB g For thirty days we will sell everything at an ufjysjJALeseosTiorj from Juno prices, especially anything in the SUMMER GOODS I We will not stand for cost. This week we offer Five Cases of DRESS GOODS ! at 20 cents, which are very much IBelow false ! And will well repay inspection. KEPLER & CO Ashtabula, July 13th. New this week at Dorman's. A FEW FACTS! I am selling Furniture Cheaper than any house in Northern Ohio. I cannot be undersold by any dealer in the County. I am selling better goods for less money than any other dealer in the County. I don't want you to believe me, but come and satisfy yourselves before you buy a dol lars worth of goods anywhere. JOHN DUCRO, 161 MAIN 8TREET. Goods To Herroui Sufferers The Great Euro pean fiemedj Dr, X V. Simpson1! Bpeoiflo Mwlioine, It Is a nosttlva care for Boermatorrhea. Baiul- nal Weakueaa, Im potency, aud all diseases re sult i nil from self-aliuie. as Muntal AnxWty, Lose juruaa, ATTavaL Yt M e m o r y or Hid, and dis eases that I aaa toConvuuipllon loMntrv ind an -arlv L'rmtt. Th Jiisedwitb w.m- . t'suioiiicis ceut free m ail Write for thein andtretjul) Darlicnlare. Price. Specific. pvr pachaite. or six parkatea for $5. Address all orders to J H.HinrenN M suit in Co Noa. KM aud 11W Main ( . HuIThIo. N Y. told In AshUbuta h C. ii. L and all dmir- gtsu Terywhure lMflJtJ (MO ItTOIlOmACBIl . lraaaiktl Bet t'llnmaea. eelUceeit fenalnllea. HICHIST SIWAR.D TO FARM!. Xtieee tstids are a Ions dletanee Baaa of tr. llHsiiMipiit River.- Lnraw niuouut .nved la trnvvl mid trnnipcirutlii of o.uuc lStecfln Uv pMuiai.t iu iii.a eii iii'idmi. A.l.lr.. WeUlimlllf. uaiiuleltuef , (iimiil UnpMn. JAiviilsaa.