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A Orcat FariMcr'KjSIaxlmn.
We hare already made a notice of a dis
course by lie. L. M.;iover,;D. D., J ickson
Tille.UU on the death ,of Mr.Jacob Straw u,
who wa spoken 'of a9."The Great American
Fanner," and bo died'at'Jacksonville, III., in
August latt. His biographer hid recorded
many excellent characteristics of thij "JiHin-
goished fanner," whoTasmet witli'grcat suc
cess In all bis business "operations, which is
attributable chiefly to the fallowing nuxims,
which we copy for the benefit of those farmers
who are somewhat taidy in performing the
operations the farm.
"When you wake np do not roll orer, but
rollout. Itwi'I givejrm time to ditch all yokr
sloughs, break them up, harrow them, and sow
them with timothy and red cloTcr. One bu:hcl
clorer to two bothels timothy is enough.
"Hake joor fence high, tight, and strong, so
that it will keep cattle and pigs out. If you
hare brash, make your lots eccare, and keep
your bogs from the cattle, for If the corn Is
clean they will eat it better than if it is not.
"Be sure to get your hands to bed by aeren
o'clock; they will rise early by the force ofcir
"Pay a hand, if he is"apoor uan3, all you
promise him; if he a. good hand, pay him a lit
tle more; it will encourage him to do (till bet
"Always feed your handr. as well as you do
yourself, for laboring awn are the bone and
sinew of the world, and ought to be teell treated.
"I am satisfied that' getting up early. Indus
try, and regular habits are the best medicines
erer prescribed for health.
When It comes rainy, bad weather, so that
you cannot work out of door!, cut and split
Hake your tracks when it rains bard, clra
nlng your (tables, or fixing something which
yon would hare to stop the plow for and fi.x. in
"Hake your tracks, fixing jour fence or a
gate that is ofi the hinges, orjweatherboarding
your bam where the wind has blown off the 11
ding, or patching the roof of, your bouse or
"Study your interests closely, and don't spend
any time in electing Pru'utentt, Senator's, and
other small officers, or talk of hard times when
spending your time in 4towo whittling on store
"Take your time" and make your calcubv
tions; don't do things in a hurry, but do tbera
at the right timefand keep your mind as iccll as
four body employed.
rCrnpe Grower's Maxim.
We find a few good items under the above
heading in the Mew Jersey Herald.
1. Picpare ground in thecal!, plant in the
2. Give the vine fplenty of manure, old and
well decomposed: for fresh manure excites
growth, but does not mature it.
3. Luxuriant growth does not always insure
4. Dig deep, but plant shallow.
5 Young Tines produce beautiful fruit, but
old rines produce the richest.
6. Prune in the Autumn to promote growth,
but in the Spnng to insure fruithfulnc&s.
7. Plant ycur vines before you put up trelli
ses. 8. Vines, like soldiers, should bavo good
9. Prune spurs to one" well Tdevcloped bud,
for the nearer the old wood the higher flavored
10. Thoewho prune long must soon climb.
II. Vine leaves love the sun; the fruit the
12. Every leaf has a bud at iU bue, and
cither a bunch of fruit or a tendril opposite to it
13. A tcndiil is an abortive fruit bunch, a
bunch of fruit a productive tendril.
14. A bunch of grapes without a hcalihy leaf
opposite, is like .1 ship at sea without a rud Jcr
it can't come to pert.
15. Laterals (shoots which start from cither
aide of the main bud, at an axil of every leaf,)
are like some politicians; if not often checked
they are the worst of thieves.
16. Good grapes are like gbld; no one has
17. The earlist grape will keep the longest;
for that which is fully matured la easily preser
ved. 18. Grape eaten are long livers.
19. He who buys the sew and untried varie
ties should remember the seller's maxim is
Caveat emptor. Lit the buyer look out for him
ToTainiA Hoist to Stasd. The Amer
ican Stock Journal contains the following dl
rectious: Take your horse on the barn floor
and throw a strap over bis back and fasten it
to his right fore foot; lead him along and say
"whoa," at the same time pull down the strap,
which throws him on three -feet and makes
him step suddenly. This U the best way
known to teach whoa, though yon can put on
the war bridle, and say whoa and give him a
sharp jerk that will stop him about as soon as
the strap to his feet. Then put him in harness,
with the foot strap, and drive him up to the door.
The moment he undertakes to move, take eis
foot and say whoa. Get in your carriage and
get out again: rattle the thills, make all the
noise getting in and ont you can; gire him to
understand, by snatching his foot each time he
moves, that he must stand until you tell h:m
to go; and after a few times you can put the
whole family in the carriage, and he won't stir
out of his tracks.
How to Rejjiyi Chord Cattle. I have
fattened many cattle on potatoes; and always
feed them whole, and occasionally ono gets
choked. I then put the animal in a yard, where
there are bars, which I let down to that she
can jump ore', but as high as the' will jump. I
then place her about two rods from the bars,
with her head towards them, and with a good
whip, well applied, I run her over the bars; on
opposite side the potato will fly cut of her mouth.
I have informed my neighbors of the remedy,
many of whom have tried it, and in no cafe have
I hnown a failure. Aaron Let, in Rural Amer
ican. HAVAGOiETr or Tlosis. Rof cs may be pro
pagated from cuttings as soon as their fire:
bloom is over, and by budding at any time when
the buds and bark are in proper endition. Re
move decayed flowers and seed vessels from
vour rose bushes, aud they will bloom the rmrc
freely. Treat them to a dose of soapsuds oc
casionally from the laundry. Suffer no teed
vetsels to ripen upon any flowering plant, un
less you wish, to preserve it for any future sow
ing. Plasts of which the strength is drawn to
mature the seed vessels give a comparatively
meagre (how of bloom. Sou'kern Cultivator.
Cauots and oats mixed together, are better
food for horses, than either fed separately.
sot MIi.I.KH. Editor and Pabll
SOL. MILLEK, Editor and Publisher.
Two Doiaass a Ye, t Adtac. Pay
ment should be made strictly in advance; oth
erwise, the rate of $.3 per year will be charged,
at the discretion or the publisher.
1 mo. 3. mo. 6 mo.
2 00 J5.00 J7.00
"4 00 7.00 10.00
7.00 10.00 15.00
10.00 15.00 25 00
15.00 25.00 35.00
25.00 45.00 60.00
1 Square, - -
2 Squares, -
3 Squares, -J-4
For any other length of time, in accordance
Willi the above rates, wuicn appij oniy 10 reg'
Business Cards of5 lines or less, $5 a year.
For Lecal and transient advertisements, SI
per square for the first insertion, and 50 cents
per sqnire lor eacn suosequcm insertion.
Special Notices will be charged 50 per eent,
extra; and editorial adrertisements and per
sonal communications, double price.
Ten '.ines of solid Brerier make one aanare.
All fractions of half a square and orer, are
counted as a full square.
Adrertisements requiring to be certified to,
will be charged the cost of certifying, in addi
tion to the regular rates.
Transient adrertisements must be paid for
invariably in advance.
O" JOB WORK of all kinds done on short
notice, as low as the times will admit. All
Job Work must be paid for when taken from
S. H. Pirrrrjictii. k Co., Kw York.
Gioxue P. R017ELL & Co., New York.
J. S. Williams. St. Louis.
Shivftld & Stove, St. Louis.
Cook, Cobcex & Co., Chicago.
DONIPHAN COUNTY DIRECTORY.
Judge 2d Judicial District Natium Paice.
County Commissioners Akoxiw B.Stmns,
(Jims. w. aotes, S. Hatch.
Sheriff B. S. CaitrsitLL.
Treasurer Obe. Ciaio.
County Clerk Johm T. Kiawis.
District Clerk Fears: Baow.t .
County Attorney X. K. Stout.
Probate Judge Jons C. Gosoo.
RegisUr of Deeds Duncan Mclirrosii.
School Superintendent D. W. Baows.
Coroner Johua Tatlob.
Surveyor James F FoasuN.
forms the Shortest, Quickest and Best
FROM THE WEST TO ST. LOUIS,
And the Kant Tin St. lioni.
3 THROUGH EXPRESS TRAINS
Leave Saint Joseph aily; two of which run
ST. LOUIS WITHOUT CHANGE,
MTith the original
PULLMAN PALACE CARS
attached, connecting with all .morning and
afternoon fust lmin out of St Louis for
the East and South.
NAsnvii.tE, Davtojj. Knoxtille,
New Orleans. Mempitir, Cairo,
And all other Eastern and Southern
Cities, arc reached by this Line.
Can be had at all Hunnibal and St. Joseph
U lilrnad Tirlo-t OBIpps in the West.
Fare is the snme ns nnr other IloutP,
nnd Time n Qnick.
S. II. KNIGIIT.
General Superintendent, St. Louis.
II. C. WICKER,
General Freight Agent, St. Louis.
A. W. MILLSPAUGII.
Geu'l Ticket Agt , St. Louis.
I.. M. DUNN,
General Western Agent,
Feb 17,1870. St. Joseph, Mo.
PRAIRIU N UK.SEKY.
A GOOD stock of Fruit atd Ornamental
Trees, Shrubs. Plants and Vines, for the
Orchard, Garden, Yard or Nursery, compris
ing AFFLE, FEAR, PEACH.
PLUM, aud CHERRY TREES;
ORNAMENTAL VINES AND SHRUBS;
FLOWERING PLANTS AND SHRUBS;
JUNE, CLIMBING. HYBRID PERPET
UAL, MOSS and MONTHLY ROSES of
the choicest varieties.
A splendid lot of TULIPS. HYACINTHS,
CROCUSES. PEONIES, ic. (Plant from
now until Fall.)
All the above stock will be sold as low as
like quality can be afforded.
VChile my facilities are equal to any one in
this part of the country for producing and pro
curing the best and most reliable stock, I have
no unreasonable inducements to offer in order
to get persons to purchase. Every article ia
open 10 inspection Celorc it Is purchased, and
1 warrant every tiiinz to be what It is sold fur.
The experience of this establishment eoes
for the benefit of my customers, who can al
ways rely on being treated fairly, aud with due
regard to their wants in this line of business.
E. SNYDER, Highland, Kansas.
July 30, 1668.
ALEXANDER C. MILLS,
Oil Ab opened a new
JL Blackitnilhing estab
lishment on the Levee, at
the foot of Main Street, White Cloud, where
he is prepared to do all kinds of Black
smithing. Wagon Ironing, Horse and Mule
Shoeing, etc.also, repairing Machinery of all
kind, as well as it can be done at the Machine
shops, tie has had a long experience at the
business, and warrants his work to be surpassed
by no other Shop in the country. Bring along
any kind of work in my line, and it will be
promptly attended to, at a reasonable price.
ALEX. C. MILLS
White Clond. July 27 tgB'Mim
wilt change any
CTHnreJ luir or
beard to a per
manent black or brown. It contain' n p-.uou
Anv one can use it One sent by mail for tl
Address MAGIC COMB CO.,
march 17-3m. Spring6eld, Mass.
Ilinklcv's Knitting Machine
VQX FAMILY USE simple: tkeap. relhble
Kmits avxaiTniio. AGENTS WANTED.
Circular and simnle stocking FREE. Ad
dress HINKLEY KNITTING MACHINE
CO , 119 Wabash A v., Chicago, III.
march 10-3m. , .
C. F. yAN4BUS
KIRK & CO.
And are receiving their
Spring and Summer Goods,
A General Assortment,
BOUGHT AT THE DECLINE,
And will be sold at
. Bottom Prices.
DRESS GOODS AND K0TI0HS
Of every description and style.
SILKS, " '
SHOO FLY TIES,
CANNED FRUITS, CHEESE,
Francs, Dried Apples aad Peaches,
Beans, Hominy, Maccaroni,
Bacon, Salt, Tobacco,
Hope, Glass, Nails.
DRY GOODS & GROCERIES.
DRY GOODS & GROCERIES.
CAHT0N CLIPPER PLOWS,
Ottawa Cnltiraters, Doable-Shovels,
Always on hand, and Warranted.
XJtt & lf ancle Flour,
AT MILL PRICES,
Always on hand, by Ponnd or Hundred.
Thanking our customers for part patronage,
we continue to solicit their trade, promising to
more fully supply their wanta in the future,
Our stock aLd trade being larger, and there
having been a recent decline in almost all
goods we can and will gire our patrons THE
VERY LOWEST PRICES. In heavy goods.
we have all advantages (being on water) over
Inland or Railroad Towns, as river freights are
cheapest. No transrer.ing from Railroad to
River, and from Rirer to Railroad, as our
neighbors, but tkroujh freights, and we will
give yon the advantage.
C. F. VAN BUSKIRK & CO.,
WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS:
Ar'ril 14, 1870.
Ail all ether articles fa his line kept coBstaitly haa.
Bone bat the But of Material used, and none but the Beit of Workmen
employed. I Warrant all Good, to be as represented
Eepairing done at short notice, and in a neat and substantial manner.
WHITE CLOUD, KANSAS.
Feb. 3, 1870-ly.
SPRING AND SUMMER: GOODS!
C. W. NOTES
Is now receiving a Splendid Stock of
DRESS GOODS, CLOTHING,
mts mo mi mil m shoes,
Which he is Selling Low.
CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES.
Al! Kinds of Country Produce
Taken in Exchange for Goods, at the Highest Market Bates.
White Clon.i, Kbiirhp, April 14. 1S70.
B O T 8
MS SHOES. -d3
I TAKE pleasure in announcing to the pub
lic, that I am now better than erer prepared
to manufacture to order every style anil descrip
tion of Boots and Shoes coarse or fine, peg
ged or sewed in the neatest and most sub
A variety of Eastern work constantly en
hand, for the accommodation of those who pre
Making and repairing done to order; and the
best article ofready-made work on hand at all
times. Shop on Main Street, sign of the Big
Boot, nearly opposite Bailev & Nove' Store.
White Cloud, May 30, 1867.
By First Boat of the Season!
BY the arrival of the first through boat
from St. Louis, I hare just receive'! a
heavy lot of new Furniture, of the best quality
and latest styles, consisting of
Bnreaus, Bedsteads, Tables, Stands.
and all other articles of Furniture, which I
will sell as cheap as any house on the River,
and warraul ail articles to be us I represent
I will keep np a full stock throughout the
reason, and will alo manufacture to order any
kind of Furciture desired.
Call at the old stand, IWin Street, aign of
the Big Bedstead.
White Cloud, April 7, 1870.
The White Cloud
IS the place to get everything 'you want in
the Building line.
We can fumlh Floor-ills', Siding;,
rouch or planed, Klilnelr. and Dimen
sion I.umbrr; also, ;cv-I, n-tloji-
trm, IlrackcUt, Window and Door
All those who contemplate buildingnew
dwellings or repairing old ones, will save time
and trouble by bringing or sending their onlerf
where they can arrange for everything they
need, without the expense or Ins of timeiifu
ally incurred where they are obliged to collect
material from sereral different poinU.
Cabinet Maker will alto find Turnings for
Bedsteads, Table', Stands acd Desks, of the
latest styles, and all small turning uraally
found in a Tuning Shop.
April 28, 1870. A. E. MOYN.
r How Lost, How B estored
Just published, a new edition of Dr. C11I
vrrwe!l Celebrnte d Eny on the raJieal
tare (without medicine of SnimToanwcEA.
or Seminal W'akneiw, Involuntary Seminal
LoMeM, InroTr.KCV. Mental and Phjsical In
capacity. Impediment to Marriage, etc.; also.
Coisuwmo'C, EriLifST, and Fits, induced bj
elf indulgence orseioM extravjgarce.
ET Price, in a scaled envelope, only 6 cents.
The celebrated anthor, in this admirable
essar. clearly demonstrates, from a thirty
years' successful practice, that the alarmine
consequences of self abuse may be ndically
cured without Ihe dangerous use of internal
medicine or the application of the knife: poin
ting out a m.rl, nf onn at once simple, cer
tain, and effectual, bv means of leh TJ
sufferer, no matter what Ms eonuuion may e,
mv cure himself cheaply, privately, and raif-
ST This Iectnre should be in the hands of
every youth and every man In the lano.
Sent, under seal, in a plain envelope, to any
riflrMfl ntktfnutit Mn int of ail CCntS, Or
,,.- -w, vu ,t r ..ll.j
two poit stamps. Also, ur- nuirr t -
" Marri.re Gaidr ' nrlee 25 cents. Address
the publishers, .
CHAS. J. C. KLINE t CO..
127 Bowerr. New York,
July 29, 69-ly. Post-Office Box 4,380.
ARTIFICML LEGS & ARMS FliDER
THE SEW LllT OF 187.
Ill tie Soldiers Rtfaraishc cb
- GererMeit icceiii.
Perfeet Satisfaction Gnarantied.
K" For blinks and foil particulars, address
juni9ml. 519 Pine St.. St. LouU.
A SPLENDID STOCK OF
Just received and lor sale cheap by -
tpHl2W. C.W. NOTES.
AHD DEALEE IS,
5 U i g 5
2 2 2 r
f. b h e. 1 &
H 5 O
H B r-
T.-C. SIIRUVE, M. D.,
Practicing rhraicinn and Surgeon,
HAS on hand, and is now re
ceiving at hisSturc,in White
Cloud, the best asortment of staple
Medicines and Chemicals, Patent
Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffs, Family
Dyes, Coal Oil, Coal Oil Lamps. Gloss, OU-.-
ware. Stationery, Perfumery, Toilet aiticlea,
4c, be, ever oncreii in this market, all ol
which are selling at fair rates, Tor Cash only.
Vholsiala Admits Sir
WM. KNABE ft CO'S
As to the reuarr merit, of t bene Fuuhm
wa would -fer to tho CertiSxato, from
THALDEBa. OOTTSCUALK. BTRAK
OSCH, O. BATTER, If. TIEUXTEMF3.
LOCI8 BTA AB and B.MCZIO. Mimical Dh
nctorof the Italian Opm.aa al from
La, of tho moot dlrtlocoUbod ProIMori
land Amatenn In tho country. Ailinitm-
mnu ccaaumiB roa rrrc iuu
A. H. GALE 00., and '
EUTIBE PIAJ0 I0ETE CO.
We hara tlio LASOE3T ant BEST AS
SORTED .tuck of Pianos LX THE CITr.
jr-Partkaiar altcotlon naid to IM M-
Mction or Instrument lor aisrant oruer
A LiaraiL DiMm to Clerrrmen.
Traebers and Schonlj.
WUolesale Iseajcra will find It
creatlj to their adrantago to ciw us a call,
as ty creatlr Increased fiteiuties wo are
enabled to fill orders with dispatch.
wnouaua Accrn roa
CARHUtOT. NEDHAM A CO'S
Melcdeona and Organs.
Vans&ctarers and Importers of
5 trine.. Aeeardcena,
Drnama, Onltaxs, oVe.
The Saves and Basas Xisranttsraaf
onr nanaxactaro and Unportatlon are osad
brail of the am IUns In tho Unitsd
States, and wnenever eihlHIed kanal-
ways received Via Oold Msdal sad aaut-
JCarllaTlnx eosnaetloB with Kanafie-
tarlnchoaM.lw lUriln Iimle. tMn
Loadow and ftria. wo atw nrrtend ta fmw
auiwun every article la tusuaaas taa
Julius Bauer fc Co.
CROSBY'S OPERA HOUSK
Pay tho Printer.
. . . WHEN YOU BUY A
IT IS ECONOMYSTO
H AVK BEKN SOLD IN THi LAST TWO YEAltS.
NOT OXE HAS FAII.r.D TO GIVE
The Best Cooking Slorc Made,
AND WHEREVER KNOWN, THEY
For Uniformity in Baking,
For Econom in tne nse 01 jcuei,
Tor Durability and.Convenience,
AMD THII rEriCT ADAITATIOt TO THI
WAHTS OF WESTEBN PEOPLE!
SEND FOR PRICE LIST, TO
JT. .T. MOBRIS,
WHITE CLOUD. KANSAS.
FUBZFISl. 0? THS BLOOD,
7s ti tat Household Tmic and Tra
mater of Hultk tier ducc-.ertJ. It is
a traenihe and sure cure far JJrs-
fefsia, Iadisticn and all diseases cf
sue exvcr ana jimncj.
It is a mild and delightful Invigar
ant for delicate Females, and is the
most cgrcczlle and flecsant- tasting
Tonie of the diy.
Forvounr Children ard In fants si
is a sure cure for Wind Colic, Grifing
Fains in tlseStomacn ana vowels, err.
Item be hid at all Droits and general
dealers or by addressing the Wholesale
fl r mi
BB0WIT, "WE3ER ft CO .
10 end IS if- Second St.,
ST. LUV1S, xo.
A BOOK. FOR THE MllXIOJi.
A Prltat. Coeattbrtotfe.
If irrll, r taw. .beat t.
taerrr. aa th. .hnlotoclcal
Td.ri.. mnO ..nlIoa. .1
lb. Mnal ifSn. wlta Vmm-
Ttua li aa listcrestintP vork
tw liucir4va& twvetr tact
fate?, with fiumcNua comtlBC. a4 ooataifta TtlublUfor-
nailmi t.r ttiAaot rha arsi tnsirrAart. ttr wvatanft(jil aiKrTiMSJ.
Set lal 1 earckaalj" ateut ti hom.
Seat to u j eat (ret f jku) tor Tlttj CnU.
Ai&nm Dr. ButU Eiiperuarj, 5o. 1 2 Vmx Eliita StrwtV
Notice to the AflHcted and
Selbra sapptjlac I i DOlarlow quaekt vIm 4rrtIPlB
Xnuis pApcrs, ft wains ""J Qack remsrdi, pern Or. BUay
wvrk.Bo aiaucrvaiat ytr tuacnjaia.tr t dorU jamr
pr. BiU t codtoItM, pCTonaDy r br all, n ttnj
Tlntt aTsgnCoB! la fcla wrt, OILcv. ICsllXans ZiAt&
Stmt, txtwom Uarlct aal Cbeattst. St. LoaU. II.
-A. Xtoxo Oollootlon.
RO'WXJJfD'S BKCCTFT9L Ua(is Arts. TUtvtrlm, Ae4
mprUlasi Talaibka lafornauoarar arrrjtwdr. ftcattvy
mtHmftpnrttitrTIYTr CcaU: Addiwm k.X.KOJ(
KA5DT,&.12'rtitl4t.Uiitr, St. IiJ, Ho.
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L aaUafBraJr,allkla4af ila. G la. Ate. Bccr.Car
Uala. Saperlar CIIer. aad asacJl Mbcr aacfal lifot-BsatW
for tkiMwtgnllaela arraaastfaKtarJagaajatiaaaalsaTattltliar
for tbe trad r ton asc
Scat by nail rrrea ( Taarusc) frr TVtf Ceata. AHrmm
Bay Me and I'll Do Yea Ga.
ROOT &, PLAiVT
anaaliisT tba Llrcr aad BtarMrra lr-
fau f a kaaiuyasilawa. Ucsa 1111 care
nu coatpUUU vaick It vaald sat M
eppeaeti tatryceald reaca. tack aa UkA
caa, Tumtm aa 8na,NiTHaaBna of m
Baaaa Fair. Dctxataa, CstUsvata,
Btuofja Dtaaamar. Knwsr Anacnaaa.
Casanranost. Dssttrrr FfTaaa i
mrna. Ovtrsrau. J acraaca. aad ataar kla
tha bodr. ar tbmtrmetlatx ribi fttnanJaa.
J" Bdacfraafron aprcaryadiaer aotaaaa.
a7 can W uUa ataiitimta aad aaOar ail aimaji
Truawaa rcfara v sjc. or aoaiaaaa.
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN.
The Gnat Soothing Xe$meiy.
Cam esllsi aad rrtBlaa la tW
aawtia aaa laciusaiaa
' 8aMaMceaaUaMaadavtrl '
1 laxaau aaa caudrea.
vwea an iiwusn Bon tv
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all 4iMfSrrbfvic&t.. ferTNtutiwuTMteMa r
r Cniiu lirfkie. c. at. Lnu, v..
vA14 br sihtHU nil Swlcn la aikla. cjeUra. '
f ms diploma ct Glee will show, has brrn
yiiyir cnjrairea 1 1 me xrcairnciu cr tarrrai.
PtaalaDfJiriTniciii1rn-ina-yoili4ri I y-f-1
clan In tt. l.orM. fcrphllls. Gonorrhea. Ckf,
stricture-Orclillls. llti-tld, aM l:--n't:rc; all
Lnnarr tl1'-ea-i .! SatthL'I la iir lit rairr1il
Aaconot Uilhnut,. ttrbontneretrra-Wwrhti'ip-iralcilwInrctJj.
cMxmlIcrMlIlj-,aii-tlxJl'oUncT. as ihereaoU;
of wJhtiMla TouLh .sul tinfiti In ma
inrrrycirs, orothrr ca, ana n uitu prtHluce
sotneoflhofo Ufir?riXci ssrtyciunuA ctxls
lons,Ltutct. !.' il'-yv tlzr1ra, diniitrM of
u scat, com a.:on .i i -its, cti i irt nair.pa, arrr
loiiiosocUtjr cf KTia'c. loaorineiiKH7. aixl
arruilnoirtr. arwl t tv tit rips martlsaLcluinTcn.
cr. arejrni.ane i y cured.
ollirr cil y Hack files oibt . l.cttls upcra jtrvte
that be &s b?n locail tlM-reloticvrbr yiars
thanauTolKTsaJrCTt!slnT. 'J lieaubITin.rtif,
Jlbrjrr. ULora!'orauJ r !!iitmnuare unrt
Talctl In t'ie W rtU uusiirpaMPd aiiywlicre.
iiicuixrucca.c as uiuiuraciiiiii-i.AAiHisuriuir
Aft. wi'nripcncnct, cauuw iriira nonariu
outtne crantrrV JnpaatsucccasajHl prtx-t.t
ponli!onlieita3nwlllioct a comix tl tor. Tlic
wrtilnps nt a i-imidaii isltose nptrtaUon Is
linion-witjo ij'UKi ue v-bnii iraunur. uil.
WllITTinti ivmplctarat to any a JOrw in
aanaJaifaltytAtilarxtfortwo stimns. llamr tibv.
aiclans IntrwJuc jatlcnts to the doctur ailvr,
rtadlnff nis ncicai parajmirx. Lommatiiai
nntbtn?. Ofllcntrl,yrtr'tlnrl No.tiTbt.
lUs. atllorE,tf Gonorrhea. Uleet. Dirt dure,
Ac, eooipleielr eradicated. TUat nttmeruus ciass
orcaK. resulilwr '""..tlJ-al'ese.oroducliiir.a-nanllnrss.
DerToenJeUilIi r. IrrHaMIllr. enpiiens.
semlaal rmtsans. andCnalljr Impoleuer, penca
neaUv eared. 1'ersoM afflicted Vlla deficit. j.
trtate and locr-s-acdlnir eoinuintlonsl romDlalofs
arepoUlclrtatltrd ta llrcBlutlon,TrMh
cotuBoihlar, rjptHei.ee, the best ofttieuW.
haseuibledtlTi l V-rttttmniltm at otfeoem!
cleat, ssre. reroatjerf. sad wbich Ik moss cSea
taMlkbmenteaittncca once, rrrestlaasud waliler
rooms, also 1unllojr end sleeping sp.nn.enu for
palleiiu reoolrlM 'dairr ptrsoaal altemUei.. and
vapor a--4 chrnilral Utts. Ko matter vboture
tailed. s:iteTOBrefe CeaablspaBet.reutto
allrat osna.IaIj otrrihe eouatrr.ai Waili.
Ingionoe..tt.ljxlt. Hoars a. li. .to T rai
raaiptueu seat to apfadrew tor two sumps. ,
rr'iIE bnsiaess furcerlr cjrrie.i on bj W. D
1 Heeler k Sou", in the Lumber tra Jr. will
be continued, (be pn-sent reason, bj tbe junior
in.mlM .r (ti.firm. nr.1 .m .1.1 .
.-.,.-. ...--,-.- ,, uu customer
jnay be assured that, as far aa possible, .tbev
.ill mS wflh til. ..mM .w...J-.t '
-.-. w -. - - - "kuiniM(ualinjs n
oercwiore. , . ... .. ur.tL.KK & BSO.
White Clotta, March S, 1870. . .- ,
X r JT
DR. JOHN BULL'S
DR. JOHN BULL,
MAKDritrrcnea asd tesdeb or thb
FOR THE CORE OF
AGUE AND FBVE&
OR CHILLS AND FEVER.
rpHE proprietor of this celebrated saedieine
X justly claims for it a superiority overall
remedies ever offered to the public for the
safe, etrttin, speedy and aerauaeat tore of
A sue and Fever, or Chills nod Fever, whethef
of short or locg sUnding. He refer to the
entire Western and Southern country to bear
him testimony to the truth of the assertion,
that in no ease whatever will it fail to cure, if
the directions are strictly followed and carried
out. In a great many cases, a single dose baa
been sufficient for a cure, and whole familit
hare been cured by a single bottle, with a per
fect restoration ol the general health. It is,
however, prudent, and in every eaie more cer
tain to core, if its use is continued Is snraHtr
doses for a week or two after the disease has?
been cheeked, more especially in difficult and
longstanding cases. Usually, this medicine'
will not require any aid to keep the bowel in
good order: should the patient, however, re
quire a cathartic medicine afW baring takes
three or four does of the Tonie, a single doe
of Bull's Vegetable Family Pill will be suB
cient. DR. JOHN BULL'S Principal Office:
No. 40 Fifth, Cross Street,
To my Uuited States and World-Wide
I II AVE received 'man j testimocials from
professional and medical men, as 017 alma
nacs and various publications have shown, all
f which are genuine. The following, from a
highly educated a popular phjiician in tJeor
sia.i.ceriaiulv one of the mostaensihI.coM
mutiications I have ever received. Dr. Cleaa
ei.t kuowt ezactlv what be speaks of, and bis
tetiminT deserves to be written in letters of
sold Hear what the Doctor sajs of Bull's
ViLLA.iow, Wautn Cocirrr. fi., I
June 29, 1666.
Dr. John Bull Dear Sir: I have recentlv
civen 5our H'orin Z)rfrorr several trials, and
dial it wondrrfullj efficacious. It has not
failed in a siogU instance to have the wished
for ifTect. 1 am doing a prettv large country
practice, and have daily nse for some article1
uf the kind. I am fre to confess that I know
if no icmedy recommended by the ablest au
thors that is so certain and speedy in Its ef
feU-i. On the contrary, they are uncertain la
the extreme. My object in writing yon, is te
tind nut upon what terms I can get the medi
cine directly from you. If I can get It on
-i-y terms I shall use a great deal of it. I
am noare that the use of such articles is con
trurj to the teachings and practice of a great
tnijority of the regular line of M. D.'s, hat I
iee 110 ju-t cause or good sense in discarding
1 fpmedy which we know to be efficient, sins
ply beotue we may be ignorant of its combi
nation. For my part, I shall make h a rule
n u$e all and any means to alleviate suffering
liumtnitr which I may be able to command
tint hesitating because somo one more lotenr
us thin myself may have learned its effects
first, and secured tbe sole right to nse that
IcnawIcJge. However. I am by no means sa
idmcate or supporter of the tbiusanda of
orlhles nostrums that flood" the country.thut
purport to cure all manner of disease to which
human flesh is heir. Please reply soooy a4
nform me of jour best terms.
I am, sir, most respectfully,
JULIUS P. CLEMENT, M. TX
A Good Season fo? the Captain's FaitaV
Read the Captain's Letter, and the Letts'"
from his Mother: J
Buttoh Baasscas, Mo.. April 30, 18C5.
Dr. Join Ball Dear Sn: Knowing the
fficacy of your Sarsapari la. and the bealioft
mil beneficial qualities it possesses, I send yog,
he following ttatement of my tise:
I waa wouiided about two years ago was ta
rii prisoner, and confined fur sixteen months.
Ill ii.g moved m oiten, my wounds Jiave net '
heiled yet. 1 have not sat no a moment sine.
I was wounded. I am shot through the hips.
My general health ia impaired, and I need
'umclhin; to assist nature. I have more faith
111 jimrSarsapariHa than ia anything else. I
Mi that that is genuine. Please express me
'nil' a dozen bottles, and oblige.
Carr. C. P. JOHNSON.
St. Louis, Mo.
P S Tbe following was written April 30,
1 -65, by Mrs. Jennie Johnson, mother of Capt.
Dr. Join BillDear Ur: My husband.
ur 1; join sou, was a saiiiioi surgeon and
i.hTaicijii in Central New York, where, ha
lied, Ieiring the above C. P. Johnson to my
-tre. At thirteen years of age, he had a
chronic riUrrhixa and scrofula, for which I
:avevcurfc'anapaiilla. It tarns' its.. I Kara
tureen years recommended it to many in Few
York. Ohio, and Iowa, for scrofula, fever sores,
nd grtieral debility. Perfect success has at
t i l'tl it. The cures effected in tame eswrs of
srnfnla and fever sores teere almost miraculous.
I urn very anxious foe my son to again have
ourse to your Sarsaparilla. He. is fearful
f getting a rpunuus article, hence his writing
jou for it. His wounds were terrible, hot .
irlieve he will recover.
JENNIE JOHNSON, ,
Arkansas Heard Treat.
Tcxtimoay ofHeileai sr..
8toit Polar, Wbits: Co.. Ask., 1
Dr. John Bull-Dear Sir: Last febrnary I
waa in Lom.rille purchasing drags, and T re
some f yonr Sars.parilla and Ccdrea Bsttsrs.
Jlv tfln fii.l-. mi Bl.i....i.tit. , .
1 Ti Z . ' 7. '" "" " we snare,
raid Las been down with the rheumatism Car
some time, commenced on the Bitten, aad ssoa
found his general health Improved.
Dr. Gist, who has bees in bad health, tried
them, and he also Improved. -
Dr. Coffee, who has been is bad beakfe foe
cirrai jcara twmmt ... Alter fjerfnl Isj
proved very much bythe nse of your Bitters,
Indeed, the Crdron Bitters hasgt tea you great
popularity in thb settlement." I think I ewrid
ii n great quantity or vow . medicInilS this
Fall-especially yonr Cecfroa Bitters asd Bar
sapariila. Ship me es Mease6it, earT f
Kicker x Xieely. Ketpeetfallr. -
rrrparru aj ur. josrs Bcsx. at I sTwwSwSS
tory. Fifth auttt, UnlstlSfiv? " " ,
For sale rTMQ1, C SSBBTE, .
March 3,l670-lr. - -4r-s'rS. -
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