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" nrobill MI'cdiliT Cjnmidc Mtbncsban, lobtmbcr U, 8Z2,
Into Xcivs From 'ow York.
Editors Chronicle: I liavo 1111 Item
so cooil that it must not be lost to the
public. As King Harris says : "Demo
crats, your attention."
On last Friday night a merchant who
stopped at Sweet "Water and lives there,
or in the neighborhood whilst in the
smoking ear, just as wo left Jonesborougli,
stated to a gentleman sitting on the same
seat I wan occupying, that it was all up
with Greeley in the Northern States. The
(iiestion being asked: "Hut how about
NcwYork ? ho replied : "O, tho Demo
crats have gone back on us. Even in the
city, they arc uniting with tho Rcpubll
cans ; and it is probable that tho Republi
can majority in tho city will bo large.
The business men there of tho Democratic
party have sold out to the Republicans. I
nave bought my last bill of goods in Xew
York-. After this I will stop in Baltimore:
and I have heard at least one hundred and
fifty Southern merchants say that they
will do the same thing not another dollar
of my money goes to Now York."
I am led to presume that the publication
of tho Times means even more thau the
words and figures of its articles on tills
subject. That movemont of the merchants,
bankers, and leading business men must
truly bo a great one, if thus early the reb
el Democrats of tho South, at lca-4 of
Sweetwater, appeal from New York to
Baltimore. Rut how about Baltimore?
Will not that he a gloomy place for Detno
ratic merchants to go? "Was it not there
even in Baltimore that Democrats took
the oath of allegiance to Iloraco Greeley?
Was It not there that the great(?) Demo
cratic party died and went to h or
n'e" Of couifco it was. Pleaso ask the
Press nnd JI no, tho "big organ," as
you call it, if it will buy any more ink at
New York. Or will it also stop at Balti
more? But, is not such proscriptiveness, for
mere political opinion sake, wrong and
siiulrmocratic' If such action bo carried
out, will not tho Southern Greeloyltlc
Democrats who havo subscribed for
'Whitelaw" Greeley's Tribune order its
discontinuance ? especially, if the stock
holders elect Schuyler Colfax orsomoothcr
good and great journalist to the Managing
Editor's chair ?
This Southern merchants' movement
must bo put a stop to. Ask tho "big or
gan" to puff a note of wind against it. hot
it 1)0 quick aud use its largest bellows, oth
erwise "hell may bcall afloat and the river
tmnm'nc risinr.
Tuavklek.
The Germans and Washburne.
Minister E. B. Washburne, the old
'Watch Dog of the Treasury," and Gen.
Grant's original friend, who in the earlier
years of the war adhered to him closely, is
now on a visit to New York. A dispatch
from that placo dated 2Sth, says:
The representatives of two German
American associations to-day presented
Hon. Elihu Wasliburne an address express
ive of tho grateful recognition of his kind
.ness towards the German residents of Par
is during tho horrors of tho siege, in not
only carrying out the literal instructions
of his government, but in voluntary sac
rifice of his own personal comforts and
giving cheerfully from his own stores to
needy aud starvinir Germans. Minister
Washburne in reply says the credit for his
acts is duo to the administration of Presi
dent Grant, under whoso specific direc
tion he complied with tho request of tho
ulerman government to asbiime tho protec
tion of Germans in France. Ho felt that
lie correctly interpreted the feelings of the
irovernment and people of tho United
States when ho followed inclinations of
his own heart in doing what he did. If
ho is able to send 30,000 Germans out of
Par's before the gates of the city are closed;
jt was the unbounded liberality of tho Ger
man government furnished tho means and
the French government gave him every
support possible during tho last terriblo
days of the siege to secure protection and
furnish means of support to the 30,000 Ger
mans who Hocked tb our legation, it was
because the government of National de-
leneo caused nis position to ue respecieci ;
and if ho was able after the siego to con
tinue that protection it was because lie had
the support of the French Republio and
the illustrious man M. Thiers, who is at
the head of the government, and perhaps,
s.tvb Washburne. nothing could better ex
emplify tho power of our country and the
respect paid our llag tnan mat mo uom
muiio of Paris, in its career of crime and
blood, released on my demand more than
Hundred Uerniaus who iiad ucen tnrown
into prison guiltless of any crime and sub
jected to frightful persecutions.
POLITICS IX THE PEMTE.V IAKY
tllrowii I'nrdons C'niitlctM llornusn tliej'
were Jtcliel Soldiers.
Editors Cronicle: Tho following facts
havo recently come to our knowledge, and
we publish them to show the Union peo
pie of thenation what sortof agovernmen
we have here in Tennessee:
.Last winter, while tno ijt-giMaturc was
in session, one of tho members was talking
to a convict in the penitentiary, and lie
asked him ii he had ever been in tho renei
array. The convict said ho had. The
Legislator told him if ho would trcUa cer
tificate from some of his company oillccra
that lie had been a confederate soldier, lie
would have him pardoned out. The con
vicfc wrote and cot the certificate, and i
three days from the recelnt of said certlfl
cate lie win pardoned by Gov. Brown. Tho
conversation between tho Legislator an
tho convict was in the presence of one o
two guards: and our Informant ,-av tho
certificate himself.
No wonder the kuklux of Middlo and
West Tennes.sco bid defiance to the law
Let It bo known that a rebel Governor
Tennessee pardons penitentiary convict
l'i-au-o they berved in the rebel aimy.
'1 nr. Hoiim: Ki'im:.Mic. Eighteen thou
sand sick horses in Xew York 8,000 in
irooklyn-!i,00(lin Jersey City boats and
prndti'-e upon the canals at a standstill
men carting merchandise through our
itkv street railroads nnd omnibuses un
jible to move tho Government stopping
tho importation of horses from Canada
are a part of the evidences of the terror
mil loss already occasioned by this terrible
illscar. and its ravages seem to hao jn-t
:-iirn'i 'cd ' 7 . ,
THE WAY TO EUIN.
Tho peoplo of Tennessee begin to see the
baneful ollects of procriptlvo legislation.
If wo wero toexamino tho proceedings of
tho fast Legislature, wo , would find that
four-fifths of its tlmo was spent In legislat
ing for party purposes. We had crying
evils pertaining to our financial and ma
terial interests that needed attention. Wo
ecded better roads, free schools, immigra
tion and a bettor system of internal taxa-
on and legislation to encourage our In
dustrial establishments. With tlieso sub-
ects, well worthy of careful study and at
tention, boforo them, did our legislators
work for tho public good? Look
over their legislation and see.
Business men and fanners, workingmen
and professional men, do you not all feel
that as a State wo aro standing still if not
going backward? Do you not feci the
need of some of those strong arms and
opeful hearts that aro going In a constant
stream towards the setting sun building
up tho mighty West by magic? Do you
want them to cultlvato your idle lands,
open your mines and relieve you of your
heavy taxes? We know you do. But we
enow too, that these aids will not come to
us as long as wo spend our wholo timo in
fighting each other proscriptlvcly and re
vengefully. How many weeks were spent
mapping out these Congressional Dis
tricts so as to make all Democratic?
How much timo was spent for schools or
for providing money to 'nay our honest
public debts? Read tlieso pernicious sen
timents from Senator Dubose's speech on
the apportionment bill when beioro the
Senate and then say if sucli a spirit and
policy will ever build upjour State, or iu-
ugurato a better leeling among our peo
ple? Read them and by your votes show
that you do not propose to encourago any
such party or men :
Your committee spent a vast amount
of labor, so forming tho various
districts as to do tho Radicals all
the harm, aud the Democrats all
tho good we could. T hope, therefore, no
chancre will be made in the bill. As a
political measure it is perfect. The com
mittee insist that no cnaugo be made, i
am astonished at tlto Senator from Hay
wood, who says ho is "opposed to redls-
trlcting the Ktato in the exclusive interest
ot party." l intend to let his peoplo know
what sort ot a Democrat no is. x intend
to publish him in tho papers. I Intend to
expose every Democrat who votes to change
the bill. Aeain,Ircieat that there is no con
cealment. This bill seeks to disfranchise
the Jtadical parti. Wc have (jot our feet
on their necks. Tho Democratic party has
so decreed it ; and the peoplo can do no
wrong. Tho law of retaliation is right
Tin: decision of tho Supremo Court in
the Baxter libel suits Is a triumph of jus
tlco in which the people aro deeply inter
ested. We lose sight entirely of tho par
ties and refer to tho principle sought to be
established by the act of the Legislature
now decided to bo unconstitutional. Tho
act provided for a severance In certain
cases of libel which placed about all the
expense'and onus for prosecuting for mali
cious libel uponlthcjpartyln'rongcd instead
ot putting the onus upon tho libelcr. Jiy
tliatacta party living in Knoxville grossly
libeled, might be (dragged to ..Memphis to
preecute the guilty party oven though a
party to tho libel resided here. The act
was unjust and cruel. It never would
havo been passed but for tho desire to aid
a few intluenlial newspapers in a war upon
.Mr. uaxter.
But tho law oven If technically within
the limits of tho constitution was so out-
racoons upon its face that Gov. Brown
should have promptly vetoed it. But in
stead of doing that, ho chose to join in tho
crusade and became a party to a gigantic
wrontr. Wo aro triad tho Supreme Court
lias upheld justice aud for the sake of all
Ubeiers hereaiter, has leit them just where
cool heads and justico placed them long
since.
Till: FOUKCA.ST IOK TIII'.SIIAY.
Wilson Tel l What Nfntt'M Oriiiit Will
Car-
ry.
The Washington correspondent of the
.Baltimore Sun telegraphs as follows :
Senator Wilson, the Republican candi
date for Vice President, passed through
Washington this morning on his way to
Staunton, Va., where he is to piake a
speech to-morrow before a Republican
mass meeting. Mr. Wilson is in his usual
coniident mood as to the result of the
Presidential election on theCth prox. lie
boasts that Mr. Greeley will not only fall
to receive as largo an electoral voto as Gov
ernor Seymour four years ago, but that ho
win utterly lall to carry a single .Northern
State. Not content with that, the Massa
setts Senator makes very considerable in
roads in the South and claims North Car
olina, Alabam, Florida, and Virginia.
The Washington correspondent of tho
Cincinnati Gazette says :
The Baltimore -rimcrcrm says if the ratio
of Republican gains that has been abtain
ed In Maryland, since October !)t, keeps up
for another week, they will carry the
State, The Sixth Congressional District
Is conceded by the Democrats, and tho
Fifth is scarcely in doubt. A lamer Re
publican voto will bo polled in tho city of
jsaitunore than has been done since eman
cipation was declared. All information
from the Eastern Shore indicates that the
Democratic voto there will fall below its
usual iigures. In view of these facts, tho
Republicans of Maryland have considera
ble holies of carrying the State for Grant
anil Wilson.
Tho Anderson (Inil.) Standard hauled
down tho Greeley llag the other dav, and
said : "Tho truth i, tho whole Greeley
matter is a fraud. Ho has not the first
elements of Democracy. Tt will cure
Democrats forever from trying the policy
tlame. Republicans succeeded by drawing
such men as Rutier, Logan nnd Morton
from tho Democrats. Democrats this year
aped them, but the thing has failed. If
wo havo principles we should never stir
ronler their, 'c defeat onio as It may."
SIovcn nml Tinware.
Hoxsie Ss DePue.
The greatest wonder of tho age Is tho unbounded c-
cess ami unparalleled popularity 01 tho store
".FASHION."
tIItlUIY OVER 2t,O0O
Of tho celebrated Stove
F A S H I O MT,"
Havo been fold.
Wo offer this Stove to tho publio ns tho
BEST STOVE
ever introduced in this Market. Call and cxnmlno
this f tovo before you buy.
t9 Special attention Riven to
ROOFIXK AXD GVTTKRIXa.
Alt work warranted. Sold by
liOXSin ,t Dr.PUK,
No. IOC Gay Street, Kiioxvlllc, Tcnn.
JanlCJwIy
New Stove and Tin House.
H. C, HAWKINS.
J. n. 1IVTT.
HAWKINS k BUTT,
(MY STREET,
(One door south of I'. M. William',)
KiiovvilW;, Teim.
Wholesale and retail dealer In
STOVES, GRATES, PUMPS
WOODEN WARE, HOLLOW WARE.
And Mouse Furnishing Goods.
Manufacturers of
Tin, Copper ami Shcet-Irou Ware,
Galvnniied Iron Cornice nnd Window Cap!".
S"Spccial attention Riven to Job Work, such as
TIN HOOFING, GUTTERING, Jfcc.l
janl.1872
New AtlvcrtlHcmcntM.
ARE YOU GOING TO PAINT?
ran
Averil! Chemical Paint
has proved itself to bo tho
HANDSOMEST AND MOST DURABLE EXTEHI-
OH PAINT KNOWN.
.Saiuplo card of bca-itiftil colors nnd recommenda
tions lrora owneisot the fiocjt icsidcnccs in ihu coun
try furnished free by all dealers and by
AVEIULL CHEMICAL PAINT CO..
32 Burling Slip, New York,
Or, Cleveland. Ohio.
Xolliliig Itlco It In medicine. A luxury to tho
palate, a rainless cvacuant, a gentlo stimulant to the
circulation, a perspiratory preparation, on anti-bilious
medicine, a stomachic, a diuretic and nn ndmirablo
general alterative. Such are tho acknowledged and
daily proven properties or Tarrant's Ekkxrvf.soi:nt
Skltzkr Aperiknt-
SOLD BY ALL DltUQGISTS.
J i ,
Campaign Goods for 1872,
Agents wanted for our Campaign frond?, SELL AT
SIU11T. PAY 100 PER CENT. PROFIT. Now is the
time. Send atonce for Descriptivo Circulars and Price
Lists of our Fine Steel Engravings of all tho Candi
dates, Campaign Uiograpbics, Charts, Photographs,
Dadges, Pins, Kings, and overthing suited to the
times. Ten Dollars per day easily made. Full sam
ples sent lor 3. Address JIoork S: UuoDsrxEU, 37
: How, Now York.
WITH FOSTER'S PATENT
Kid. Glove Presci'vei'
You can keep your kid gloves from mlldowlng, spot
ting or soiling all seasons and in all climates. Con
venient, light, nnd will last your lifetime Frco toany
address for 25 cents, Addross A, I). FOSTER.
Snyville, Suffolk Co.. N. Y.
STAMSir.llI.NO.-Dr. WlltTr, 103 East 20th street
New York. Rest references from clergymen and
others. No pay until cured. Send for circular.
ennn ahiixtn wanti:.-Sohip1cs sent
uUUv frro by mall, with tonus to clear from 5) to
$10 per dav. Two entirely new articles, salablo as flour.
Address N. II. WHITE, Newark. N.J.
AnKXTS WiMilftl. Agents moke moro money at
work for us than at anything else, lliisincss light
nnd permanent. 1'nrticuUrs free. O, ST1NSON .t
CO., Hnc An Publishers, Portland, Maine'
Perpetual Sorghum Evaporator.
$15, $20 and $25,
Tho best made. Will make bright inolarsos in 20 to
!J0 minutes. Also,
CANE J1ILLS,
., ?." and JSilOO.
Address J. W. CHAPMAN & CO., Madison, Indiana.
Do You Want to Raise Sheep and
UattleV
If you do, I lntve fur sale ono of tho Cnost
STOCK EMK.IIS
In East TcnntMce, being 300 acres, half Improved, very
productive; tho other ball' timber, situated in Powell's
Valley, two mile trom Fineastle. in Campbell county.
Two u ties dltant from thii tract I havo
1,000 Acrtt of Mountain Land,
newly enclosed with a natural stono fence, admirably
adipted to gracing purpnse-i. Tho wholo will be sold
on reasonable terms. Thi-i Is a (Inn opportnnity fur
itockralscrs and no mistake.
For fu-thir i-artWlats apyly to
F s llOLnNGSWORTH.
j v it iBcastle.Tenn.
Real EMate.
KJL.HT TKW'KHsEE
LAND AGENCY.
Kst.-lljElNhcri IS(..
CHARLES SEYMOUR,
?HeaI Estate Agent.
t(fie at Lsv, Conveyancer,
Atd CommlMioncr of Deeds for Nciv Vorlc, IVmniy
varrfa, .Mtctn n,.0hio, (leorgia. Maimchu
f ottf , etc.. etc.
lieai Estate of Every Description
Nought, Sold, Exchanged, Rented
or Leased.
He is collected ar.d taxes paid In nil parts ot
Tennessee.
Eoat
lhrough active, ond ri! onsible correspondents, I c.a
hve all liusinons connected with Ileal Lttate promntl)
and faithfully attended to in all parts of tho l'nitod
States.
Abstracts of title carefully prepared,
Surveys superintended.
and
Kmtltic. care lied iraEoeemcnt of Heal Estate mado
a f poeialiU'.
L)-(d. Mortgages and other papers relating
to Real Estate promptly and
carefully drawn,
COMPLICATED TITLES INVESTI
GATED AUD PERFECTED.
Copies of the East Tcnnesseo
ifcciil Estate Register
Furnished on application.
This publication, the first number of whli-h was IMucd
in IRt'O, contains descriptions and prices of hundreds ot
properties, nnl much valuable information about l;a
Tennessee. CHARLES SEYMOUR.
VILDAGJ3 PROl'ERTV
In most of tho towns of Eat Tennessee.
VALUABLE LOTS
AT LOW PRICES,
And on Easy Terms,
ON HHOAD, IlELLKVIIE. DEPOT. PARK. CHO
ZIER. HUMES. HARDEE AND R RANKER
STREEl'S, NORTH KNOXVILLE.
Call at
CHARLES SEYMOUR'S Olllce.
. . FOR RENT.
Storo House on Market Souare.
T,arco House. Lot and Stable on Depot street, oucrod
for only Sit) a month.
First Class Property lor Sale.
Handsome residence on Church street.
uarco Lot and Frame Dwelling on tho best part of
Main street.
Rrick Dwelling, new nnd handsome, on ono of our
best streets ; hlgli, airy location in good neighborhood.
nilOIfii: FARM. 307 acres. 4 mills from tho city, on
good road, level land, largo dwelling, fine lruit, i'l
per aero.
town on River; good road, orchards, spring.
CHOICE TRACTS OF FROM 100 TO 5000 ACRES
in the Cumberland plateau.
C O A I, LAND S.
Larco Tracts of Land In tho Unaka Mountuins.
COPPER AND IRON ORES.
All interested In the purchasing of Rcnl Entato are
invited to call or write. No charge lor information,
FARMS NEAR KNOXVILLE.
FarniHin all parts of East TennetEce.
CHARLES SEYIIOUK.
INSURANCE.
PnT.TPTF.S OP TVRII11ANCE Issued In tho REST
COMPANIES, and on as favorable terms as can b
obtained.
PASSAGE TICKETS,
TO AND F OMIEUROPE,
By the Famous White Star Line,
Having the six largest and fastest steamships afloat,
and offering great inducements to all intending to cross
the Atlantic.
TICKETS FROM ANY CITY IN EUROPE DI
RECT TO KNOXVILLE, sold nt low rates, and money
remitted to any pan oi ureal xiriuin or ucrmany.
CHARLES SEYMOUR,
Aoent
( HAS. WABiSO, I..U i'. IICNRY WARlNO, O.r,
CHAS. WARING & CO.,
Civil Engineers, Surveyors & Draughts
mcu,
Office. 83 Oay Street,
Tim door south of National Rank, rxliolnlng Charles
Seymour a ueai estate umcc.
Surveys, Ocololopical Maps, Drawings, Plars and
Ert'tn.ve" promptly anu accurately iraile
KrtigH nnd Medicines
THE rWaTfCURL
The many evidences of cttrnnrdlnary cures that am
daily reported us effected through
ItADWAY'S
Sarsaparillian Resolvent.
Heady Itolief, and Perfect Piirgntlvo Pills in written
testimonials from all parts of tho world, surpnssln
wonder tho most extravagant uilraclesof enchantment.
Ph) siclans and in cdlcal men in all eountrlos prommnco
thwo wonderlul rcmodtes n mystery, that neither their
scienco of nnalTtls or chemical skill can explain. True,
these medicines effect tho most marvelous cures, and
rcstoro tho dying to llfo, and relievo tho most wretched
p.un-suuering victim 01 nis ioriurc, in iroin ono to
twenty minutes, and althouim they Know somo of tho
t.n-.i.j tiiiiiu.-r. iiiju uniiwiiifii i-ii-jr Hiiinr PIUIIO Ol UIO
ingredients ol their composition, and Dr. Kadwuy has
published their lorinula (withholding only two newly
discovered roots) still both French, Oerman, English
with tho samo ingredients ns prepared by them. Tho
great success which thefo wonderlul remedies arc con
stantly achieving, lies in tho great secret ol combining
tho ingrcdlonts together alter exercising duo caro in
selecting tho pure and genuine roots,
Such wonders of Modern Chemistry as tho SAHSA
H1L1.IAN liESOLVENT. HEADY RELIEF ,t UAD
WAY'S PILLS, aro without parallel In tho history of
medicine, for there nro somo infirmities und disease
that oro considered, as incurable, nnd suro death. Yet
the most astounding cures have been raado through
theso remedies of somo diseases that havo never been
known to bo cured by medicine.
CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA. WHITE SWELL-
i .xu, xumors in tno womn, stoinacli,uvarlcs,Uoncls,
Uright's Disease of tho Kidnoys that havo been pro
nounced Incurable, Cancers. Ulcers, Swellings, Stone in
tho Dladdcr, Calculous Concretions, Ulcers and Sores
of tho Uonos. Rickets to deeply seated that no other
medicines havo ever been known to reach, have been
cured by tho SARSAPARLILIaN RESOLVENT, nid-
cu oy mo iu.aiji unn riijus.
Polsv. Paralvsl". 1)RV (Ianqrusi: that Ihrrntcns it
living death -daily rotting away of tho limbs andtlosh
Ulaboto-", involuntary i)iclinrgc ol atcr. l'tingl in
tho llladdcrttho Einnoror Xapolcn's disease). Tortur
ing Pain when discharging urine, RHEUMATISM,
OOUT. NEURAL! 11 A each and everv one ni tlioo
complaints though but few nut of tho many other dis
eases, iiauwjiy s aarsapamuan uosoivcnt line ourcu
and is daily curing in nil parts of tho world.
in ono worn, any msease no matter under wnat
namo designated, thatisnourished or Increased bv Had.
impure, depraved, weak, thin, watery or poisoned
bluou-enn bo cnreil by lUUH Al'S KARSAPAIUL
LIAN RESOLVENT.
Dr. Hadwav .t Co. have never claimed nnc-hundrcdtb
rart ol tho curatlvo virtues for their remedies as is
ascribed to them by tho people who havo used them
for bear In mind, only such diseases nnd complaints us
Dr. Hadwoy, alter successful treatment with their rem
edies know they would cure, wero enumerated in their
curatlvo list, so that many of the extraordinary cases
that havo been reported awakened as much astonish
ment in tho discovery of their remedial agents as in
those who had been rescued from death, and mad'-
wnoionuu sounu.
As many Persons discredited their cxtraordinai
power, lrom tho lact of their disappointment in tbcuco
of other advertised remedies and somo believed it
impossible for simple medicines mado only from veg
tablo substances roots, herbs, Ac should possosssuo'
marvelous power, let tncy can readily comprehend
that tho simple grastos of the tlcld. alter undergoing
tbo chemical process of distillation deigned by nature
ij tho cow and churn, furni-hes us with butter cer
tainly tho most auundrnt tut, caiorio or heat-making
uuiiii lisoiiv. tuusuj--, ruiuiT iiim ui-juu-uiuiiu- ivu-
stituents for tho human body.
uut wncn tnosa people wno nrst uoubtino cuicacy ot
these remedies commence their uie. thev become their
most earnest advocates.
OVARIAN TUMOR CURED.
Never has a medicino taken internally been known
to have cured tumors cither of tho womb, uteri, ova
ries, or bowels; theknlfohas been tho solo reliance in
thonands of experienced surgeons; but Dr. Railway
Sarsaparillian settles this question. For it has cured
over twenty persons of Ovarian Ctbt3 and Tcwiirb,
as well as Tumors in the bowels, uterus, womb, liver.
Dropsical Effusion. Ascites, and Calculus Concretions.
AN IMPORTANT LETTER
frsm a prominent gentleman and residentof Cincinna
ti, Ohio, for tho past forty years well known to tho
newspaper publishers throughout tho United States:
Nkw York, Oct. 11th. lt70.
Dr. RAnwAV-Dear Sir; 1 am induced by a sense of
duty to the suffering to mako a brief statement of the
working of yourmedirineon myself, l-'orsovsrarycars
I bad been nflcctcd with some trouble in tho bladder
and urinary organ, which somo twclvo months ago
culminated in a tcribly nfllicting discaso, which the
physicians all said was a spasmodiu stricture, in thu
urethra he also inflammation ot tho kidneys and blad
der, and gave it as their opinion that my age 73 year'
would prevent my ever getting radically cured. I
had tried u number ol physicians, and had tiikcnnlurgo
quantity of medicine, both alopathicand homeopathic,
but got no relief, I had read ot astonishing cures hav
ing been mode byyourrcmcdics;nndsomelourmonths
ago I read unotico in tho PhiladclphiaSaturday Even
ing Post of a cure having been effected on a person who
had long been suffering us I had been. 1 went right
off and got somo ot each your Sarsaparillian Resolv
ent, Ready Relief and Rcgulitting Pills nnd com
menced taking them. In tbrco days I was greatly re
lieved, nnd now leel ns well a ever.
C. W. JAMES, Cincinnati, Ohio.
w o ii r s.
SARSAPARILLIAN RESOLVENT.
Tho only turo remedy for Pin, Tape and other Worms.
I'nce ono aonarrcr bottle. Sow by iJruggists oery
wherc. II It II
KADYVAY'S jjkady relief
Curew the Worst Pains in from One
Twenty Minutes.
Not .ono hour after reading this advertisement netd
any one sutler with pain.
RAD WAY'S READY RELIEF
Is a sure cure. It was the first and is tho Only Pain
Remedy that instantly stops the most
excruciating rains. '
ALLAYS IMIAJIJIATIIIAK AK1) ClltES
CO.NUKSTIOKN.
Whether of tho Lungs, Stomach, Bowels, or of the
glands and organs, by one application in irom one u
twenty minutes.
jno matter now violent or excrucutlng tho pains tn?
Rheumatic, Red-ridden, Infirm, Crippled, Ncrvo
Neuralgic. or prostrated with discaso may suffer.
KADVVAY'S 1USADY KULLJ&l'
Will afford instant easo:
Inflammation of the Kidneys. Inflammation of the
lllauilcr, Inflammation ol th Dowels, Congestion
of tho Lungs, Soro Threat, Diflicult llreathing,
Palpitation ot the Heart, Hysterics, Croup,
Dipthcria, Catarrh. Inlluema. Head
ache, Toothache, Neuralgia, Rheu
matism, Colds, Chills,
Aguo Chills.
The nmillcatlon of tho Readv Relief to the nartor
parts where the pain or difficulty exists will afford ease
and comfort.
I'll Drops in a half tumbler of water
Will, In a few minutes, euro
Cramps, Spasms, Sour Stomach, Heartburn, Sick
llcauiicue, uiarruca, uysemery, vouc,
Wind in tho Rowels,
And all Internal Pains.
Travelers should always carry a bottle of RadwavV
Relief with them. A lew drops In water will prevent
sickness or pains from change of water.
It Is better than French lirandy or Hitters as a stim
ulant. lTIS -A.IN.JL A-GrUJi:.
Fever and Ague Cured for Fifty Cents.
The'fi Is not n remedial agent Fn this world that will
cure Fever and Ague, and all that Malarious, Rilious,
Scarlet, Typhoid, Yellow and other fevers (aided by
Railway's Pills) so quick ns Had way's Ready Relief.
mj cents per bottle.
Dr. Railway's Perfect Purgative Pills
lprfn.f1v tnHtf-1-.-t-i. plpffnntlv coated, for tbo euro of
all disorders of tho Stomach. Liver. Rowels, Kidneys,
Rlodder, Nervous Diseases, Headache, Constipation,
Costlveness, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Uillousuoss, Ril
ious Fever, Inflammation of the liowels, Piles nndtl 1
derangements of the internal Viscera, warranted o
effectapos tlve cure. .
V :t.,iA' VTflETABLr.
Containing no . j' Minerals, ordetcterlous drugs.
eir Obervo the tollowlng -ymptorai resulting lrom
diseases of the digestive organs! Ciibtiin'r""", Inward
Piles, Fullness ot th Blood in the Hcod, Aciditj . '-ho
Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust of Food, Full
ness or Weight in tho Stomach, Sour Eructations, Si-k
ingor Fluttering at the Pit of tie Stomach, Swimming
ol the bead, Hurried and Difficult Breathing. Flutter
ing at the Heart, Choking or Suffocatinp Sensation,
when in a lying posture, DUnnem of Vision. Dots or
Webs before the bigbt, Fewi ju-i Hull Pain in tho
Head, Deficiency of Perspiration, 1 Jlowness of the
Skin and Eyes. Tain in the Side. Chos, Limbs, and
sudden Flushes of Heat, Burning in tno Flesh. A1V
doses of Radway's Pills will free the system from al)
the above nuiuod disorders;
Price, 25 Cents per Box.
ev KOMI UV AM. imutJursTH. .!
Read False and Truo. Send ono letter-stamp to
RAD WAY .k CO.. 3 Warren, cor. Church Street, New
Y Informatirn worth thousands wl! be sent you.
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