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   Sandusky Daily Register (Newspaper) - August 27, 1873, Sandusky, Ohio                               SANDU ft f DAILY VOL. XXVI. WEDNESDAY AUGUST 1873. DAILY REGISTER leeoh'a Water Street I. F. Publisher Fioprictor. DAILY HBOJSTSH. in per Par so Delivered by Carriers in the per 80 Per 20 In advance. TKI-WKBKLY REGISTER. ToMall in 4 oo 'i SO Delivered by per la 40 WEEKLY REG18TBK. n advance.................................. 160 UTEST NEWS BK TELEGRAPH Western Associated Press Dispatch's THE BErtWT News I.y the Atlantic nation of the British Post- master ft Resig The Trial of 'the Bankr En- land A Severe Storing Unglftnd. Batch The Nation Kenm. ance foil- Senator Morton Cioverjj Jlis Back Pay into the Miscellaneous News HNOLAND. Angnst -G. William Postmaster tendered his but at the solicitation ot Mr. Gladstone to remain temporarily in charge of Hu- ll epartment. The prosecution have closed their case against the Bank of England forg- and the defense have opened. Ueorgo the principal of the the examination of witnesses in tho absence of his coun- sel. The Times Hays tho British govern- at tho request of has went orders to the British squadron in the Mediterranean to deliver to the Re- publican authorities the Spanish steam- ers and but that nie inferior forco under Admiral Labos makes the recapture of the vessels by the Insurgents highly if they are surrendered. The vessels are with- out crews and cannot in their present condition be used against tho insur- gents. A dispatch snys the cholera is raging In and that fifty per of tho eases provo latal. At a demonstration of the Trades 1'nioni.sts at on fif- teen thousand men were in the proces- sion. The object of the demonstration was to protest against the criminal law amendment act. Some interesting Shakespearian docu- ments havo jaat been discovered which contradict the recent theories touching Shakespeare's business connections with theatres. The storm of Sunday night was one unprecedented. Seventy accounts from Wis Beach and Newarkatown represent that the wind and lightning were appalling. Thousands of people refused to go to bed lest their houses should be overwhelmed while they slept. A numbet of fires were kindled by Maoy deaths occurred. August Celtic and Hanse from Neve York and Sarmatian from Montreal have out. KOYPT. Allg. Sit Samnol and party have reached returning from the expedition in Africa. August L'C.. On Sunday there waa a severe engage ment near between fivS' thousand Government troops and three thousand Car lists under Olio. The Oarlists were defeated and their leader wounded. In the Cortes Senor OJava demanded the prosecution of on a charge of having abandoned his post as captain of the iron-clad Victoria. He inquired of the Minister whei.ier the report that Hidalgo was going to Washington on a mission to the United States Govern- ment was correct fn consequence of Olava's a duel with Hidalgo was liut the imonention of f riend.s prevented a hostile The licet under command Admiral which commenced to bombard to withdraw out range of the of the' Insur- on account of the inferior arms of the vessels. They cunnot cope with the artillery oi the forts. The report that the CarllM-s have left the vicinity of Ilersria is fully confirmed by later advices. The Ministers of War and the Inte- rior and several Generals of tho a-rmy hav threatened to resign if the Govern- ment shall decide to or in any way lail to execute the death sen- wh'ch have been pronounced upon the communist insurgents. FRANCE. PA Aug 20. The Government ius decided to bring M.Ranc to trial on the i ith of Septem- ber. AtTATKIA. 23. Of thirty thousand medals awarded ex- at the Exposition four hundred go to America. There in much dissatis- wiih the results of the Exposition. It is charged that a number of articles which were nevdr entered for competition received medalsj and that several flims which had none of their goods on exhibi- tion were awarded diplomas through the oumipuJaUonB of jarve. The quantity of goods which will be returned home from the American department ia very email. Exhibitors have been leaving in crowds as fast as they could go awoy.henco tho clone ol the Exposition. HOLLAND. THE August General the new commander in chief of the Dutch expedition against Acheen has arrived at Bnetznoora. ANTWERP. Angtibl 26. A great occasioned last afternoon by a stroke of net fire to one of the largest wfirohouseH in the which with tho hurioundinec build ings was soon in flames find the entire block was destroyed. The fire wan still burning nt ten o'clock this morning. WAMII'VCiTON. The Marine Hospital was to-day pur chased by Mayor Wiltz for the city for fifty thousand dollars. 2G. Treasnry .Department to-day re- ceived from London five million dollars ifl fi-L'O bonds and cancelled coupons. Imliun C An official dispatch from General ley eonfiraiB tho reportH published Mon- day rolotivo to Gonoral Gnstor'd fights with tho IndianH. Ilartt I'ay. Tho Secretary of the Honato had re- ceived the following letter 1'r.Qfta Senator Nr.w YOB' To Hon. Car United States Yon nre hereby desired to retttrn to the Treasury of tho United States the m6ney to which I am entitled by tho law of the last Congress as increased known aa pay.'' I had determined from the first that I wo'ttlfl not draw the and now comply with the for mality whioljtseeins necessary to close up the matter in ytyjr accounts. 0. P. General Chief Signal has sailed for Vienna to attend a meeting of the Chiefs of Meteorological Service at that place. The General hopea to see this Convention take active steps to bring abont a world wide system of wonther re- ports. 'I lie JLlqtior Dealers. August 25. A raid was made to-day upon promin- ent liquor dealers by the State Conata- ble. Wome seized. worth of liquor was NEW VORIL. Pier Damaged. NEW August 2G. steamship City of Limerick ran pier near the Battery to knocking in the massive masonry three The steamer was but aa Q precautionary measure no passengers be taken on board. Tho into a all the year No 3 do rejected W1-2. Corn active nnd prices No 2 mixed 40 spot aellcr August to 41 September October high mixed rejected Oat demand active and pricea No 2 cash September re- jectod 24 X to 25. Kye quiet and No 2 Barley in fair demand but at lower rates with a steadier No 1'falll seller upoi 1 September No 3 spring 81 to 83. Under tbe rules of the Hoard of Trade the directors have agreed upon 1 05 aa the intrinsic valnc of No 2 aed established that price as a basts on which margins may bo called. The Board served the right to change figures under the courae of tho market. Timothy seed dull and a CINCINNATI MARKET. ClROIKNATI. AugUfit 26. demand fair and market firm at IB Flour doll at to 75. Wheat flrm at Corn firm at 43 to CO. Rye firm at 75 to 77. Oats' and barley quiet and unchanged. Sandusk'Jdvertisers- Attorneys. WHEELEE A .Union Ave F. Unioo Golumbns Avenne. Auctioneer. L. Market Street._____________ Banks and FIBBT A. fl. Pres'i SEOONB L. S. Hnbbard President. MEDICAL. Holloway's Brewery. 8TROBEL A Oor. of Market Harrison Street. and Nulcido. August 20. Mrs. Ellen a middle aged wo- man residing in West snioidcc to-day by drowning herself in the Soioto The cause was melancholy. When the husband of the drowned woman was told of tho disaster he WRS under the in fluence of aud while standing by tho river declared that he had nothing to live for and made a desperate attempt to drown his eldest child. SAN 'I'llunder Storm. CINCINNATI August 2G. There Was a very heavy fall of rain about throe o'clock this morning. The storm was accompanied by lightning and extended north. A barn north ot Mt. the property of Mr. was struck and burned up by with a lot of hay and two loss half insured- Three dwellings wdre struck on Hamilton but not injured. New I'artj'. The I'coplo-'s Tarty Convention met to-day and nominated a State and coun- ty ticket. For the State IIou. W. A. P. C. Bonte and Kob- ei't for Representatives in the Irvin 15. Theodore W. H. J. II. A. Howard Jno and E. M. Davis. iCailroad Operations. The Ohio and Mississippi .Railroad operating 470 miles of rail road west and southwest of have closed negotiations by which they willopen a route this city to Ctii- cago by tlio first of next November. They arc building a line from North Bend to the White Water galley Rail- which is to form apart of the new route. S.VKATOKA. Meeting of the National 1'emper- Jiiico Anp. 2G. The National Temperance Convention was called to-day by Hon. William E. and after prayer Professor Jose- President of Albion Michi- waa chosen Among the delegates are Colonel W. of and William anthor of the cele- brated Indiana law. The recognizing the differ- ence of opinion concerning political ac- advised harmony and hoped some- thing more wonld be done than the adoption of mere resolutions. Secretaries were then nlso a Committee on Credentials. XVEATHlilt 2G. For the Hew fiddle States and Lower Lake bar- ometer pressure will increase light to fresh northeast lower temperature areas of light ram. For region And southward to the and southwest to the Lower lower northeast to southeast with threatening weather and areaa .of rain. HVVAN4. Tlie Insurgents. August r Kumors are again rife of expected dis- turbances. The llepublican and Conserve ative clubs hold meetings nightly. In- surgents throe hundred strong have been burning the small coffoe house of Bninzo Canto. There has been n very severe en- gagement between the insurgents und troops St. Agio. Tho loss was heavy on' both eicles. The Spaniards admit losing sixty killed and it is reported that General Bnrcell formerly Governor of Matanzas is amonpr tho number. 1VOKC ESWJGIl. I.iquop The trial of the German beer denleis in this city concluded to-day. The defense offered was that the beer sold Vfas schenk beer and not lager and tbat it was not intoxicating. The jury were out six but failed to six being for conviction and six for ac- quittal. After the jury had reported the court adjourned sine and tbe result Is considered as a victory for the and the cases will probably bn dropped by the URE1T Condition of Jolin'l'. little. GRFAT 20. An unfavorable change was reported yesterday in the condition of John P. oonvulBions having followed an at- tack of congestion of the brain. He is more comfortable to-day. NEW Aug. oy A fire BurrfeaMrsVHflle's residence and the Hou00 oaorjpied by Mrs. Beera and a saloon. Loss insared in local companies. from SAN August The Gieat llepublio arrived with China dates to July Japan to August Gth. Bpoko the Colorado August all well. There is fear that the cholera will bo introduced from Singapore. Vessels from those parts lire quarantined from three to ten days at Yokohama. Aug-. Hiiit for Hx. Robert 11. formerly employed on the bridge htm sued the Key- stone Bridge Company Pittsburgh for for the of a which was crushed by the bridge. Tlio ok the Wolt. August 2G. The wreck of the Wolf which was brought up by Lndy Lee now lies near the dry docks. The debris will be re- moved afc once and the damage to the hull repaired. Financial and Commercial. NEW YORK MONEY MABKET NKW has been at tlvo trftdu in money and efloitsof Balls hi gold to ncate ft monetary HtringeiiLy seem to be prob- ably successful. The i ate wnn advanced per cent in but nt the close broke clown to 3. Allpv money had advanced to 7 per cut a riltack wns mtule upon the lead- HK stocks by Ihe fehorts to cover. The Poat is tlic oi a policy to ha- rass the money market during the BO as to dlstrcbs tiacle extiuordinary measures will bo taken by tho United States Ticasnry defcit the STKJ1L1NO EXCHANWE-A iitlU- llruu-r at I to 1 for nnd 1 OSJe' to 1 Higlit. CUSTOMS GOLD- active and lower. 1'rices ranged ironji 1 to 1 nt Hie latter. Irom '2 to -1 per cent to Hat c The Aspist-mtTrt-aPUier di-hursM GOVERNMENTS-Dull. STATR hut in the morning were weak and Imvc r. The volume of business except n Pacific Western and Union Pacific WSB very moderale. Hannibal aid Ht. Joseph common was hammered down from 37'e to but the remainder of the list showed rtimgee oi only topper the of those ttocks previously named. At the close a steadier feeling prevailed. Tho books for the animal election will prob- ably close ni a short time. To-day the stock was per cent for ten diiys while there was a decline of 2 per cent In the market price. There IB nu active borrowing demand for stocks genet- ally and the leading shares aic loaning at 5 per ent to flat. A Alexander was to day elected Dirct tor of the 3aciflc Mail Steamship Company m the place of ticorge Palmer who resigned. export of produce from this pott for the week ending to-clay were t T of J8' I 6-23 s of '67 X i 5-20'sof 5-20'sof I IQ-40'B............116 5-2u's of 65 Currency Six's___U3Jjf BTATB BONDS. ilissoiiri.. now.............................81 old..............................82 BO old....... North new do old.........................27 EXPEZSB STOOK8. Canton..........98 I Wella.............73 Union Tel. American Quicksilver ......35 United States......07 BA.ir.WAY 8TOOK8. Ft. Wayne Terre ilautu......20 Preferred.........35 Chicago Alton..304 Preferred.........107 39 C. O. C. Burlington........ 98 Lake Ind. Centnil...... Illinois Union Pacific..... Oent'l Union PnuflcMail N. Y. Central Krle Prefoii'ed.........7ii Harlem...........130 Jtf Michigan Oeut'l... 9i 87 Northwestern.....64 Preferred......... 81 Rock Island.......TOStf N J. Central......102 8t. Paul........... 60 Preferrefl.......70 X Wabash.......... 67Ji I DelawareA Prefarred......... 80 I Hartford Erie.. MILWAUKEE MARKET. August 26. Flohr ciniet and unchanged. Wheat in fair de- mand and market No 1 Milwaukee No 2 Milwiwk. e 1 seller September 115. demand isiir and prices 2 mixed demand tair and market No 2 scarce and No 1 67c. demand fail and market No '2 fall 105. Fieight-j to Baflalo to Oswego 14. BALTIMORE MARKET. Angnst Hour in fair demand and nnehnriged. Wheat choice amber 1 Ohio and Indiana i 60. mixed western qniet and flrm at SO.gsg.M'. Oats western mixed 44c. Rye actnoat to 90c. Butter steady. OSWEGO MARKET r... t hcnt unrhanscd. Aupiiit 26. Corn dull at CLEVELAND MARKET. 26. ht-it Jtill and No 1 red held at 1 Nn 2 do 1 12 Corn firm anil mixed low Onts old No 1 held at 39- New 'Jif. Petroleum steady and 'L'OLUDO MAEKET. AiiEjast 2C. demand fair and maiket firm. Wheat No 1 white Michigan 1 No 2 do 1 46 amber-Michigan spot 1 No 1 red I No 2 do spot 1 42 1-2 to 1 seller August 1 do September No 3 red rejected ii amber Illinois demand fair and market firm high mixed spot seller September ao October Novem- ber 49 low mixed 45. Oats a shade No 1 Michigan old Freights to CHICAGO Augnst Flonr in fair demand but lower rates for old held fiimly. demand active and pri- ces advanced No 1 spring Chicago 1 25 No 2 do caahor beller Angust closed at seller September close 1 at 1 PHILADELPHIA MABKET. August 26. Flour Iu fftir demand for batter grades and the supply Indiana and 25 to 8 fitrfy aeilvo red 160 to amber 1 6T to 1 70. Rye 85c. Corn yellow mixed westei n Gl to 62. Oats white mixed 40 to 43c. Whiskey scarce anq teld ail 02. YOE'tf YPBK. August 25. Cotton iu good middling uplands 20. Mour in moderate request arid'taore su- perfine western and state 5 CO to 6 common to good 6 25 to 6 50 to choice 6 55 to 1 wh wheat extra 7 25 to 3 extra Ohio S 35 to 8 VYheat higher aud the supply limited to a mode- rate No 2 Milwaukee 1 new aud old rafxed red wes tern 1 white western win- ter redjsfestern 1 64 to l 65. Barley dull and nom inal. Corn scarce and in fair demand and prices stejtmer western mixed 57 to 68 sail 59 to kfia dried heated -531 o white western Oats quiet unchanged. Egga Beveled Lath. JOHNSON Water Ht. coal. A. 0. 8. 0. Dock Water street. TtlOS. Water St. Commission JNO. H. Foot of Ool. Ave. H E. office Rafiroad st SANDUSKY MAS OKKIOJC oy THE August to quality. OATS-Old and new 30c. market haa a downward ten- loucy and prices nre comparatively weak at tho following City white. red. J. south side West Mar ket Ground. JDentist. DR. C. T. Carroll's Block. JAS tt. Cor. Col. Ave. and Market St. J. A. Colnmbua Ave. 4 Water St. EMiUOfI West House Block. JDry GOOJ3S. FELTON 95 Col. Ave. Dehuonio White Michigan...... Diiyton............................ Venice............................ Tillln Mills........................ at25c perbuehel. market is very flrm lave an upward ten tenoy. Catawna Vintage of 1869 187o 1871 1872 Concord 1870 lona 1371 Sparkling catuwba. 9 00 8 75 975 9 CO 9 25 7 00 prices per 1 CO tal 125 1 00 80 800 812 00 per case 14 00 The above are wholesale retail price ahont 2Sc- per gallon higher. prices are linn at the late advance We fine In car at 2 coarse 2 09. SALT aiv merely nominal qiute aa White fish......... Sfo 1 rickerel......... No 2 do White Base...... iako Erie Ipper Luke 86 50 for 5 00 4 00 5 00 3 00 4 00 e oo AND jy Robertson Water Market steady and prices with nn advance in cofteo Powdered and Granulnted___12 A Coffee...............................11 White Coffee......................... Yellow Coffee....................... Cuba................................ Young 101 30 OldGov.JavnSO I Rio. Singapore 27 j Maricnlbo.. ..'il AT.1B. Walltei'B bottled 300 STRcrrs. Amber White Silver Fish._______ JOHNH. H. E. O'HAGAN olllce Railroad ADOLPH STOLL. Foundry and Machine Shop. KLOTZ Comer Water and Fulton streets. Orocers. DULY Cor. Hancock and Monroe Htreets. HUGO Cor..Hanoook and Monroe streets. GEO. L. Reber'a Block Water Street BARNEY FERRIS. 188 and 19 Water Street. Hats Caps arid Furs. C. C. 149 Water Street. Ice. H. C. F. O. Groeh's Water St. Insurance. AUSTIN Cook's Col g. C. Union Col. Av Jeweler. W. B. Corner Market Street Columbus Avenne. JLopjs loimber. Office No. Colnmbus Avenue. B. cast end Washington St. New Orleans.. PoiLo Hico.. VTNEOAB. Bine's Apple............. j 20 Common......................... HANDLES. Stearlne..... 16 Poarl Pure Common Medium. BTAKOU. Satin Gloss. 10 Corn...... SOAFB. I WHISKY. Common 75 80 c I Bonrbon 1 20 50 Rye.....1 10 20 Pure do Sf. 00 FOREIGN FBUITS. New Layer per box........3 05 25 per Ib.................... 7 9 16 18 Lemons............................14 00 at Dull at at at CHEESE Is flrm at the following Ohio dairy Ohio fafctory Buffalo higher RYB is qniet and steat We quote at 6 CORN MEAL-Pair and bolted 1 unbolted 1 30. demand and prices flrm. chop 1 phorto 1 bran 1 00. nt and in good demand at SlS.OOJfo oose and 822.0 for baled. BMQKKD marjcei ia nrm at oJowing Bear Cc Sagarcnred shoul- and We Grden green salted dry '.6c sheep pelts held at Lamb skins 25c 1 00 2 00 to 3 00 a 1 00 at DRIED FRUIT-Quiet'and prices nc m- inal. MESS Quiet and anchanged at 16 00. MESS market 1s active and flrm at 1800. have but few changes to note this and qnote prices 00 Coarse Cumpiou.................... 17 uO Common......... 1800 Fencing............................18 00 Stock hoards.......................20 00 Seject Common.....................30 00 Third 00 Second clear........................ 43 00 Clear..................r................ 4859 Common rongh............. 25 00 Common dressed..........27 00 Patent Sidanginch.................. 30 Common K dressed... 18 00 Second Clear 24 00 Shingles................................ 3 5 00 3 00 White Cedar Posts................... 18 20 100 feet 80 we present tho ruling prices for coal in this market. Thare is a steady sup- ply. Masfcilon......................................................3550 Yonghiogheny slack........................ g oo Straitsville...............................'.. g 50 Machine Agricultural or ks Water Street opposite Norman Hall. Merchant Tailors. MILLER Col. Ave. W. V. LATT1AM Water St. Physicians. AQARD Lewis Radcllffe's Block. RS. MASSEY Office over Graham's Drug Store. C. S. Office In Carroll's Bt oc Photograph Gallery. Cor. Col. Wate Street. Piano Music Store. J. R. Market A. Wayne St. Universal Bazar. F. D. 166 Water Street. Vinegar. T. Berlin Highta. Restaurants. FISHERS HALL RESTAURANT Jos. Proper. Water Wines. WM. H. MILLS. SPECIAL OA f atraitsville nut--------.............. Shawnee Valley Straitsville......... Hocking Anthracite 4 60 525 B 50 8 75 ........................t Q Coke per 15 Wholesale Dealer in BUCK IALIT LO ft Staves and Ship TirnI Office No- Columbus Aveiiut Resident Ag-enjl For Flawing lea Cakes and 111. With great by a new we extract from the select wut each characteristic fla- and produce Flavorings of- rave excellence. Of great strength and perfett purity. No jMsowws Every flavor as represented. No bottle fuU holding one-hay mow purporting to hold same quantity.- them mil use no oilier. The most delitiow flavors ever mads. So superior to the clieap extracts. Ask for Di. Price's Special Flavorings. Manu- factured only by CHICAGO and ST. LOUIS. Manufacturers of Dr. Price's Baking Powder. CHEAPER THAN THI GEO. BARN RelMjr'ij 'THE LATESTg Victory of Medical rtmedif for entry of Aotll-e of Chronin and aft- THIS all-powerful vogutablo prcpaiatkin expels from the anil air the mucus and muco-pus produced by pulmonary iniiarama- heals the irritated and renovate B every organ which utilizes the breath ol It contains no stupefying poison 5u nil re- spects it healthful medicine. The rnpldityi'anr certainty with Which it ANNIHILATES A UOTJUl Is astonishing. Its effects go deeper tl.un theme-re pulmonory disease and the caiifle from the Bystem. Free and painless ex- pectoration is the mode by welch it the chest and throat from tlio burdens which oppress thus arresting ConHtiinbtion and Bronchitis in the germ before they reach tho more dangerous stages. .The emaciated nuflercrj _ with the most terrible scourge of ourclimato will find the ISXPJiCTOH ANT a potent and will assuredly win the fight by adhering strictly to thin balsamic medicine. The 4 OASiCH NOW ON tn which It has been administered with entire success as a remedy for every variety of malady affects the Kcspiratory amount to more than FIVE THOUSAND at the present and yet the preparation Is only in the Infancy of its nKefhlncsd. The great defect of all Expectorants hitherto introduced ia that they are simply cxpulsory. Hence they hrc useless for unless the causes of tho acrid secre- tions which aro coughed up arc and the inflamjd or maleraled surfaces healed and restored to their natural a cure s im- possible. HOLLOWAY'S accomplishes these objects. The mucus and rnuco pus which are tho consequences of isthrown while at the same time it soothes Mid invigorates the weakened tissues. As a I .STERLING HBMBDY for bronchial tightness he sore inflammation otthe diAlcuItyn-i pleurisy and all dlsoi'ders of a pn Imoo ary it has never For sale by all nt per and at the office of the NEW YORK CHEMICAL COMPANY 78 Maiden. Sole Agents for Uolloway Go's Medicines in the United States. for a Circular. genuine TIolloway mcd Icines have tho above trade mark Iu each boo k f around the Medicines. This nn e observed by holding thepngc up to SOLD JJY ALL J. oct SANDU8KY. wH'i .M AK.K FLUID EXTRACT If the only Known Kumecly foi UuKlit'f Dis eajse and' hus cured every of Diulicffft in which it has been Iiritixlioii ot the Heck of the Bladder and Inflammation of the Ulceration of the Kulnoyrt and Hetcn- tion of of the Prostate Stone in the Brick and Mucous or Milky uu4 Kii- teebled and Delicate Constitutions of both Kttiidcd' with the following pyttiptonr-. of Power. iJilhculty ot Weak Pain itf the Brushing of the I'.i ttpt DJI 1 Pallid L.wsitM'le of m. Used by pnrpons in tfib dcclino oV chanftn of cpriflncna-eut oi1 Juboi t ting in etc. many atfections peoHliat to the Ex- tract Bnchu ia uneqnaled by any other 1 1 nn dj- AB In or Pain- folneBsor Suppression of Customary Evacuation Ulcerated or Schirrus Btate of tho I.cu- corrhoea or und for all com- plaints incidept to the sex. it IB pre'-crilx-d extensively by the mofe't eminent Midwives Enfeebled' and dellcoto Bu- of both sexes anfl all agesi -Dieeates Arising- from Babttt Of in all their at little Uttle or no in no in- cotiVetfiece'nna no j'x-'rtpwi-e. 'It' n 'frc- v'1 r BO f rcqtfent lii tW4 -y of and expelling'Bll poisoncifiB 'I1.00 per bottle or sii bottles f OQ to any seduce from obBervation. fcuui druggists every rreparcdbj KEARNEY Dnarrc St.. Y. to whom all letters for-id formation ehtxiUl addressed. r AVOID QUACKS 1 Ho Onargft for Advice and Df. J. B. Jfffereon Mnacac anthor of valuable can be cqneulted on all di'caaari of fho Sexual or Urinary Be has rmidc- an cither in male OT no matter from what cause or of bow long A practice of 80 enables him to treat diseases with BUCCCSB. Cures guar- anteed. Char'geB reasonable. at a dis- tance can forwartf'letter and enclosing BtfttfrP Send for ikujjulfte to -Pficc 10 B PhyBlciftri'ab 104 N aw _. a The Publishers' Weekly f with which incorporated tho American Qwfafr'jt. Pub- RxtnWished In tho G o i i i v i it Ojlltial Oiittnj.f the of Now tuounly weekly journal which ftivce a fall bihliici-iiphlpfil of New and Forthcoming American and Prcnf-h nnd together with general Lit- Art nud Scientific Contents JiMukMo Proponent Book Jio- Depcrlplloiii .of Novi-'tlfs mid .-NOW Miscellaneous and I'molt-Trade Hint Announce- nu-ntB and Ailvi'ttls-emejitt of nil tho etc. This .Weohly u au of Infahn'ittoritn L.i.mry ProfefHonul Scnolarg nl who desire to keep Infbrinod on eywry jif-w publuiitmn dcuited lo'tnfetr Hpoclal- L'B. t Toiiifa B. pogtagu per payable in Advance. Rpcdmen orA peal on icccipi ol stamp. BOIiPB J Sold and at Curron M.E. Amnican Institute of A U C II I T E C T 127 Shiperior .rOnttenden'H Bui dli JL spcciflrntioiiH nnd dctailH rarcfuily nnd ticcurately prepared lor buildings of any fttyle o HefrrcnrcR given if aug26-dly Lie veil xi o M I m'tiii' fm points in jtha 8 hh.T'il treatment auloed. -r- i A. W. M AN UP AC i S ira 6 7 t SANDUSK'Y c f f'4 STEAM PULLEYS S A.T Solicitors and Attorneys FOB United States Foreign'Patents Special attention trlvon to PHlont'BoltM. jtfUlCIBIDUK opposite American With Washington and foreign ountrioB. THE BECKWITH THRESHING With Power Corn tnral Implcms'ts. Wnr'iinery made and n II. VAN rfffd SUPERB It Sewing On JJO days Trial. Viih Strength and Capacity 0 regardless of cost. This Machine does a way v it h all com- and wh lit he movement of only two the Arm and both simple and it makes the feeds he half guides the the sews on and hems and ent- the move- neitt of only two docs all which entirely does away with all complications so li- able to get out of and so often the source of annoyance the besides the ruinous expenditure of force in prppell- ng Our Semi-Guiding Feed the assistance of only one hand or even one thus eaving the right hand entirely at ilierty to ply the which runs easy and even as a well bal- inecd wheel with TOILSOME TREAD OF THE TREftDlE. conHi'utid mo- with all the ConyisuJtixw.Vo and aumping'df the and el'ftlng the 'ashe-i can all be done while iho rh pcd. It also UUH the largest ovn oi baa double plaicH all roitmi wlnrh innkcp aa evenht'at through Hie own to In- inp-. These valuable not be found in any other an tlm mami- facturero' own New I'ork FOlt SALE. JJY J of Sheet Capper. Ware. Tin nnd Jobbing and don'- on short tiotlro. Corner of Wuftiinuiun anrt MrDonontrh Kin-clr I OHIO. i COAL. Clear JL JI li ojil mill by Uic Mibicriln frutn W. B. Brooks' in the Booking Will not dopo-il Hoot in nr on the wtille noi will it dor the water In rmicrnH in ka'-i iji fri-o. Jt burns freely and bm white eimifar iu Jo wuoji OPPIOB-C. anR22-dtf A II BAItiSRK. woon. tPPGMPTLV OF JN JiJICKIPT Beckwith Sewing Machine Drouil New nnl2-dfcw9m Q wo CHAB. F. XOM.INCIEII DEALRRb Coke Wood on hand a No. 1 qtiallty o Bituminous and SMITH i wMch wo offer at very low prices aluq lickory and Mixed Cord lengths and snit purchasers. and Foot of Hancock and Opposite 8an- j f f MY new priced dclcHpflye Flqwexa and Garden aorta of-citltef new JFrnit noses. 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