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January 4, 1S73.
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I ie: ctc fore we have e xperienreel oonsidcr
. : :e trouble in collecting our fees due for
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- almost worth the amount to c ollect them;
io'hIi s they have been a source of much
vi ation and disappointment to us. AVe
'althfully perform oar part of the contract,
:.r.d after waiting and Spending a great
'eal of time, we get idout one-half of
h;U Is due. "We rc compelled to pny
. it money for the publication of our paper,
ri-'ularly each week, and, relying upon our
l . r.fst toil, wc are oftc disappointed in
M - i ivinc that which is justly due us.
Parties who have thf money and can pay
r s.tu!d)ornly withhold our pay, thereby
.lushur us trrcat inconvenience and trouble.
To obviate this difficulty and inconvenience
under which we labor, we announce that
:iU parties who hereafter bring legal adver
tisements for insertion, must in all eases
prepay the cost of publication. AVc are
- .impelled to protect oursevles thus, or fail
i-. meet our own liabilities and lose Tiun
lic.Jsof dollars besides.
W. 15. Scott, Jr., & Co.,
Dec. 14, 1S72.
The OIJ Tear lias gone out and
lite New Year come in since we last
addressed our readers. The Past is
overshadowed by the Present ; and
the Future ah ! who can tell what
the future has in store for us; for this
country; for mankind; for the world!
Another Year has been added to the
Record of Time ; and the shattered
hopes, cruel disappointments and ills
of the past year are forgotten in the
great hopes and bright anticipations
of the New Year.
AVe trust that Liberty, Peace, He
b"gion,and the cause of Progress, may
flourish and prosper during the year
To our patrons every where, and
to the whole world of mankind, we
wish a Happy and PROsrEEors Year.
MGod be thanked for the ills that endure,
With the glory that's yet to be won,
From the hurts we may hope j et to cure,
By the deeds yet reserved to be done.
Forth ! liejoice in the good God gives
By the hand of beneficent 111,
And be glad that he leaves to our lives
Means to make them heroical still!"'
TIic IVew York Tribune
Has been re-sold to the former own
ers, and the paper will be continued
in the channel marked out by Mr.
Greeley Republican, but Independ
ent. "Whitelaw Eeid fills the editorial
chair. We are glad this sterling
journal remains true to the cause of
Liberty and Independence ; we ac
knowledge it as our leader the star
of Liberalism, around which the less
er lights of the Independent Press
will revolve. The mission of The
Tribune is not yet completed the
spirit of its founder still exists in the
heart of "Whitelaw Iteid, who posses
ses the talent, the energy, and the
will to make it just what it would
have been had Mr. Greeley lived.
"Thy spirit, Independence, let me share!"
Messrs. McClung & Bettertons,
Knoxville, have moved into the large
house formerly occupied by Nichols,
Pao & Co., two doors north of their
old stand. They are the most relia
ble and popular "Wholesale Liquor
Dealers in Kast Tennessee ; and as
they sell none but the purest "Whis
kies, Brandies, "Wines, &c, their in
creasing business demanded a larger
building. The firm is composed of
men of influence and high standing
in the community. Success to them.
Convenes next Monday. Hon. Hor
ace Maynard and Hon. J. G. Blaine,
present Speaker, are spoken of in
connection with the Speakership of
the House in the XLIII Congress,
which convenes next December.
The Cubans arc still engaged in
their favorite past-time cutting one
another's throats. "When throats be
come scarce, a few fools from this
side go over there and furnish food
for the vultures.
t-TT'Hon. James B. Lynch, Secre
tary of State of Mississippi, and the
most eloquent orator of the colored
race in this country, died at Jackson
Dec. 18th, 1872. We were personal
ly acquainted with the deceased, and
deplore his loss.
To persevere in o?io"3 duty and be
silent is a good answer to calumny.
They that do nothing, arc in the
ready way to do worse than nothing.
The cultivation of a cheerful spirit
eoi:stituteK it material part of the
duty of a Christian.
An Important flatter.
A correspondent has something to
say concerning sheep raising in this
County, and the great need of laws
to protect this branch of industry
from the ravages of dogs. Thousands
of dollars are lost annually in this
County alone by the ravages of these
"curs of low degree." Let our Coun
ty Court look into this matter and
see that prompt relief is afforded.
To the Farmers of Iilount.
We invite the attention of our form
ing class to the Agricultural, Hor
ticultural and Scientific Departments
of the Republican. We aim to publish
a newspaper for all classes, but espe
cially for the farming population ; a
paper that will receive a cordial wel
come at the fireside of every pro
gressive farmer. We strive to fur-,
nish the tiller of the soil with all
useful knowledge pertaining to the
successful management of a farm
besides, giving instructive, moral
reading for the family circle. Our
highest aim is Ut inculcate a spirit
of Progrehft arid Reform in all the
branches of industry, the cultiva
tion of the spirit of Peace and good
will between all classes of our citi
izens, and the advancement of every
interest calculated to promote pros
From the Maryville Monitor.'
This is a fast rising Emporium,
not for East Tennessee only but J1
Tennessee, for Northern Georgia,
Northern Alabama, Northern Missis
sippi and West North Carolina.
It will shortly be in direct commu
nication with Cincinnati and Charles
ton, through Maryville. Farm im
plements of the most approved kiuds,
and various manufactures of articles
in demand ai'e freely displayed and
and at reasonable prices. The
authorities are moving strong in ed
ucation for all classes.
TIic Management of an Agricul
From the Maryville Monitor.
The first essential is to obtain offi
cers irtoj'car God and are devoted
to the icork.
Then as a working motto: ''There is
time and place for every thing and
every thing must be done in its prop
er time, and every thittg put in its
Somehow it is in the nature- of
field-work to produce irregularity and
want of punctuality : hence the ne
cessity to be prepared at the ontset
to insist upon the two essentials of
educational training Punctuality
It will be necessary then to divide
the day into parts, allotting to each
part its proper work. This division
in the country has to change with
the changes of the seasons. Th
divisions of time must also depend
on the amount of labor expected from
In Brookfield Agricultural School,
when beginning, more than 5 hours
per day in Summer, and 4 in Winter,
were set apart for labor ; at present,
however, it is less ; only 4 hours,
Summer and Winter, per day.
In Summer such a division of the
day as this might suit for a School
where 4 hours labor were expected :
Rise at G o'clock A. M. Dress, &c,
School from G:30 till 7 o'clock.
(This would be a suitable time for
Breakfast and Family Worship
from 7 to 8 o'clock.
(Rocms, &c, are to be tidied at
this finie by pupils appointed for
this woit, to be changed weekly.)
From 8 to 10 o'clock lab6r" on farm.
(The person responsible for the
farm labor should hsi-va . list.
made out of the pupils, and work
laid off for all. He should have all
the tools read at hand, in whatever
spot the pupils form line most con
veniently, before going to their re
From 10 to 12, School.
From 12 to 12:45, Dinner Recrea
tion from 12:45 to 1:30. (Then the
children with us get a piece of bread
and milk, and play till 4 o'clock.)
At 4 o'clock the Matter for
Farm should be ready, as at 10
clock, and the labor should go
irom -i to 0.
Supper at G o'clock, and a time of
Recreation till (say) 7 o'clock ? at 7
they should return to School busi
ness till 8 o'clock, when the whole
family should meet for a time of de
voticn before retiring to rest.
In Winter the 4 hours' labor
should be in the middle of the clay,
beginning it 10 o'clock, and having
an interval for dinner and recreation.
'J !te llouxrkecpiny should be con
ducted, as much as possible, as in an
ordinary family, but the family being
laro, and ranily the natural bunds
f 'j'ai i til if nui'tH, a greater degree of
punctuality is necessary ; and those
who assume the position of father
and mother in the family must be
prepared to overcome all by love ;
and this will be no mere profession,
but a fixed principle, ready to be
tested every hour.
Young people who have not yet
learned to eat the bread of labor are
thoughtkss and will waste. Fre
quently to reprove this would upset
ex on good tempers ; it is therefore
necessary to tench economy by ex
ample. Economy is good. but har
mony in the family is better.
Whatever may be the character of
the head of the family ; whatever in
fluence he may wield with his fellow
man. he must become boyish in
thought and feeling if he wiU'wield a
powerful influence vrith boys.
The higher, the more solemn, the
more sublime, his religions feelings,
the better ; but his religion In the
family must he.sitnjrfe j it must be
child like ; and It must be cheerful.
Every person has natural defects of
temper and intellect, and none can
detect them like little boys and girls.
He then who would be the guide and
instructor of such a family should
endeavor to know himself, and then
to study diligently each little mind
committed to his charge.
In the management of any School
it is necessary to know how to eovern
as well as how to teach ; but this is
far more necessary ih a School com
bining the elementary and normal
The best manner of keeping order
is to keep everybody busy. The want
of employment engenders discontent.
To have order in the bedroom, let
all be wearied with labor before re
tiring. This makes sleep sweet. To
have order in the School room,let eve
ry moment be employed bystudy,and
see that the lessons in each subject
are short frequent changes from
one subject to another keeps children
lively as well as orderly.
Order on the farm will be best
maintained by keeping all busy, but
good boys more frequently require
to be restrained from over-work than
Order in the family can only be
preserved by constant watchfulness.
Every reasonable cause of dissatis
faction must be removed. In cases
of disagreement imjutrtial justice
must bo done. jVo J'acor, and no
J'avorites ; in sticli cases the head of
the family must rise to his position ;
and with calm, firm decision com
mand immediate and unquestioning
This exercise of authority should be
used as seldom as possible; but when
it is necessary there must be no dal
lying, neither nhould there be loud
words or appearance of anger if pos
sible ; and, however it may be, there.
should always follow private coun
sel to all concerned, separately. It
has been found that a greater amount
of progress in studies can be attained
by working in the field 3 or 4 hours
daily, than if the whole time were
given to study without labor.
Every student should get enough
of simple food, but real progress de
pends to a far greater extent than is
generaliy supposed, on simple diet.
Some means should he adopted in
order to insure economy of time and
labor on the farm. Pati' was a good
Agricultural Schoolmaster when lie
directed that ''Ho that will not work,
neither should he eat."
Take h's advice in this matter : it
will be found that boys are more
easily controlled by the stomach than
by the back.
Paul also says "Let all things be
done decently and in order,"' and I
would urge Schoolmasters to take
I enclose a copy of a Time Tabic ;
but would just add, study we'd the
circumstances of the Sc'iool. Make
out a time table on a fclate, try to
work to it, but if it can't be kept to,
change, and again and agfiii;, until a
practicable "Time Table" i got, and
then insist on its punctual observance.
(Head Master of Brooklield School
for 12 years.)
P. S. Definite questions' on par
ticular subjects could be answered
HOIE ADYBBT JISIEJEIISJ TS.
JO. BURGER WILL HOOD CHAS. BURGER.
BURGER, HOOD & CO.
ZK-ZWIE RECEIVED THEIR
1872. FALL & WINTER.
(AT T1JE "URICK COKNKK" STOKE,)
MABTVILLE, TE IT 1ST . ,
BIY 001, Kill, EMMIE,
Queensware, &c, &c.
Domestics, Prints, flositry. White cD Jtnen (Hoods, Ibices, Crps,
Hats, Hoots and ftiocs, Htady-Jfade Clothiny, Dc.
AGENTS FOU FOUTZ'S CELKBKATKD
Horse and Cattle Powders
W. W. I-AWREHCE,
First I5a.y Time TalIe.
Before breakfast the children re
peat Scripture Texts, prepared
during the week.
After breakfast reading Scripture
and the writings of Friends till meet
After dinner Scripture lessons for
half an hour, then let at liberty till
From 3 to 4, united Scripture les
sons. From 4 id 5, Recreation.
After tea the children have private
reading an d united repetition of
Hymns till the time of reading in
Ornamental Dress. Hannah More
was so little taken with the tinsel of
life and studious decoration, that
what she often said of herself has
been confirmed by the testimony of
those who knew her best and longest,
that she nevrr wore a jewel, or trink
tt, or any adjunct to her dross of the
merely ornamental kind in her whole
life;, though much of that life was
spent in the society of t he great and
splendid. Jitmo'us ' Hannah
Spared by the goodness of God to
close la'jt year, let us remember that
our time is now shorter than ever,
that we are now one year noarer to
an eternal world either of happhicns
If wo save the moments of time,
we will have enough for every need
ful work. Moments are the material
of which days nnd ycai's are made.
If these be well improved, we will
have years devoted to profitable em
ployment. V. o are never mora safe, never
have more reason to expect ti
Lord's help, than when we are most
sensible that ir,-ean do jothiny trith
BOOTS. SHOS, SOELE LEATHER,
Upper Leather, Harness Leather,
Kip Skins, &c, &c.,
.SS'IS B.'VW S'B 2' S..EJ. (twomii.es north east of maryville.)
ALSO DEALER IN
Groceries, Notions, &c.
On A, TOOLE-
AND DEALER IN-
X 1 3-A -J. Ij1 n XfJ
U 4i S, C)
,ns itr the Court House.)
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY PREPARED.
A Choice Assortment of TOILET SOAPS. STATIONERY, &c.
KNOXYILLE LIQaTOIR,., &0.
HvTO?E)TSTXJG- TO A.I.I,!
ETCLUKG & "BETTERTONS,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
When we are alone we Lave our
thoughts to watch; when in compa
ny our tongues and tenders also.
The reproach of singularity in re
jecting the fashions and customs of
the world is honorable.
True piety ij not a morose, but a
cheerful thing. "While it makes joy
ful, it delivers from frivolity, 'yet
causes pleasure and gladness.
Work is the salt of life.
liquors, Tobaccos, Cigars, ol Fancy
.Mnni;f;Htuifis of the n M.rnU'dC'atav.lm Whvp. Uriin.i'i.-j r.n.l (Iran-
Kilters, uLirli luive Vcn luiy rcccijiiix iuli .1 for M.-dii ul purpos.. Also.,
always ,n Land, a ol "ii-iitm nt nf 1 N.lw rtsi.n Comity, Knr- kp, Ur ,,v,r
l.oi), and ('np;..-r-(listil!e,l "SbiK-k On" Coin Wl.isUv. "Apple-, lVa h. ty.v..r,'r
Clmrrv, Iil-ekem-, Urnpn and Fr. nth Hran.iv. W- aluavs k- cp a -oM
portiiif-nt of Candles, Matches, OYsters Crackers, Oheese", Wood r.iuc:-ts
Cat-np, IJIac kir.ir, IVpper Sanee, I'ap r Twine, Corks. Wrapping Paper, Far
J.ott.es, I la-dss, 15ar (ilarses. Demijohns, liar Soaps. Sr.r.ff, 1'ipe-, at..! I'lavin-..a:-.ls.
rr We will sell any of tlic-ahore Oo-hU as low us can ',e .v-.rj.'t j
any of the Northern or Western States.
Jf. McTEKR, Surveyor for
Blannt county, and Conveyancer. "Will,
in addition to his dut ies of liis ofilce of
surveyor, inquire into land titles of thin
county ; make ppecial surveys, as to to
pography, water-power, timber, soil,
productions, minerals, area, &c; exec nte
correct Plats as well for those who wish
to sell as for Hose who wish to Luy.
Persons wishing to buy or pell would
rousult their interest by addressing him
at MarvWTenn. Charges moderate.
mos C'allaliau. Louisville.
)iiut county. Tennessc-p. Mimavi.iciit
;)Xtkacter and furnisher of all kinds of
.Mac-binerv. Also Aarnt for J. V. Calla
han's Turbine; Water "Wheel ; the best
Bowaro of Counterfeits !
JOB MOSES' 81 VFW,1E 8
are tztrntivtly cocsTtur itrTSD. Uuhonett Drug
pittt endeavor to tell the counterfeit tomakt rreater
profit. The frtnUint have the nameof Job Mown
oneach Jnckagr. Allntnrrt are icorthlrf imitation.
The CENriNB 1'ilU ar iinf:iil)7ic in tho care ot nil
thoo piilnfnl and danirerotis disne to whirh tho
female constitution is mli.ieet. Thny moderate ail
(-xcesKcg aud remove all ebstrhctioua, trtux what
ever cause. , .
TO MARTI TED LATHER
IhoTaro particularly m:ed. They will In n short
timo lrinr on the monthly period with rnpnlurity ;
and Mthonch Tory powerful, contain tiotltirltf bnrt
ful to tho constitution. In all cast's of Nervons and
fniinal Affections, Pain in the Kirk and Lhn!i,
Faticiifl on slight exsrtion. Palpitation of the Heart,
Hysterica and Whites, they will etTect a cure when
all other meaDs have faile-1. The circnlarg around
each package (rive full directions and advice, or
will be sent freo tf-U wjiUus for them, aealeur
N. II. I n all c.fo4 whera the owneiHB cannot h
obtained, Ono Dollar enclod to the Sole Proprie
tor. JOB MOSES, H Coftlandt St.. New York, will
inro a bottle of the genuine, containinr Fifty
Pills, bv return mail, tecurely scaled from any
knowledge of Its contents.
R ELI E F IN TEN MfftUTCS.
TlTtTAVR PULMONIC WAFERS
Cure Cot'ous, Coi.dr, Asthma, rtRoscmTi, Soaf
Tiihoat, HoarsknksS, KirnccLT Priatbisio, I
CIPIKS COWSCMPTIOS AND LCNO PlSEASFS. TllcJ
have uo taste of mi-dicine, and any child willt;kn
th-m. Thousands hnve been restored to health that
bu 1 before dMp:iirod. T-timnnr riven in hnndri rt
of cases. Ask lor KKVAN'3 PULMONIC! WAFKR.
Price 35 cent per box. JOH MOSES, Proprin
tonH Cortlaimt M-.rei-t, New York.
THE GREAT FRENCH REMEDY.
. DEL.A IT ARTIE'S SPECIFIC PlM.S.
Prcpar-d lV J. UAKANCIKRE,
No.SU Uuo Lomrnrd. Pans.
Tfy.,, rdlls nro lilrhlv recommended by the entire
Medical F.icultvof France ns the very best r-toedy
in all cisrs of Siterinatorrhera. or Seminal Weak
ness: Nichtly, I):iily or Premature Emissions; 8ex
vnl We iknef s or Impttency : Weakness aricincfrom
Secret TI ibiteand SeTtial Excesses ; Relaxation ol the
Genital Orcans; Weak Spine ! Deposits in the Urine,
nnd all tho cliastly tmin of Diseases arising from
Overuse Or Ksceai Theviure when all otkerrern
elios f.iil. Pamphlet of Advice in each box. or Will
be sent Preo to any aldress. Fricw sl Pr llox
pent by mail, necur'lv rnledfrom nil ot.ieryation.jj0
receipt of prir OSC AK O. HOPES, 18 CoRTLAijy I
Bl Ksw I'Ois. Bulo GenerjivAgeutior Affleaj
!, Gr .,
Hart's Great Eelief !
SI00.QQ IN GOLD
nx be citm rort case r
Cholera .Ifurltrs. Colic, V)iarrtau,
6'orc V'troaf, cart 'Jiitrit, y'au
tit the 'Urcast, Crainjriii the
Stomach, or 'Difficult
WHICH HART'S RELIEF WILL NOT CURE!
if used Internally, before tho cafe become honclci-s.
U1 HX SI T-illillMMlt,
It will relieve Rlienmntic Tain, Lumhag-o, Lame Ku. k,
BmUef, Spraine nnd C hllljluiuis
Ilnndreds tttest its vnlue. No family t-liotiM be v i !i
out it. It in ff'taraiiteed in every cat. Atk your rit e
keciK-r for it.
Direction!" on each Bottle.
For by Mcrclat4 nnd DeoU-r generally.
E. J. SANF0RD & CO.,
WHOLESALE DKUtili ISTS.
HORSES. IILG3 'cOWS and E05S.
A BOOK FORTIICMjJO..
Coaipr t Ik
tho ahnttt (
nt (9VirB and rtTe)tifoo
stPiD, vilta th
latpBi di-eorerie- la Pro4nHprfn4 prTeaiiDf ftffaprlSf,
how to preserve tbe coiupieviffn, tc.
Thin an lots-real. ok vk ' two fcondfefl aflrl iftt
rata.itb numeraua enam 1dr, and coDtama raluablo
Inrormation for thone wbjPTre married.orcDti-npIateniMr-nap.
IStillitiaa boMthat oubt to l kept aader lock
and ker, and not laidpreleaala a 111 1 tbe house.
It cuutaiti the r tfcrirxkcm aad advice oft phTalrlan
athopr reputation iiorld-wMe, and should be lu the prt-
ate drawer of erar male and fciftalrthrooahotit thaeniira
Itiobe. It embre-a ever thin on the auhjeel f the fD
entire tritrm t I worth koawtcc. u touch thai la
hot publUhed m anv olbr trk.
St to ant fae (frw ofpotaffe forFiftT Cetit.
Addrrsa in , bulla iiispvaaaxj.No. 12 N. Lie tub atreet
St. 1-oui, Mo. . 4
ITctico to tic AEictei rai ITnfortTaate.
Vefore apf-rlng to the notoriouaquacka who adTertiae la
public paiera.or uiint any quark rcmediea per u we Dr.
hntta' work no matter what Tourdiacaae is, or how deplor
able Tour eoudiiina.
lr Itutts orruptra a doable hone f tweotT-aereti
room : i a indor-ej br aome o f tbe moat celebrated kurdi
cal proftsora of thin country and Kurope. and can be con
aultrd peraonalle or bv uail. on the dieaea raantiocrd in
his work. Ortice and parlors. No. 11 N. KigUib ireetv
betwaea Market aui Citesuut, tit. Louis, Mu
HOESE AND CATTLE POWDERS.
Tliis preparation, lonp and fa-oi
'ubljr known, will tliorou) hly re
invigorate l-roki n down and low.
spirited horses, by strenirtlirninj
and clcansinc Uic stomach and lu-
-S-S It is a nre rrercntive of nil
diseases incident to this ntiimnl, turh as LOU
f t. kk,l.mm-:rs,yf.i.i.ciw
'ATKR. HEAVKS. CorOIlS,
riSTEMPKR. FF.VKr.t. FCH X
VITAL F.XEKCY, ic. Its use
improves the wind, increases the
apuetitc cives a. srocoth and
r!,..tr akin .ml tri f.,rm . I.A -
luiseratile skeleton into a tuc
losking and sjiiriud horse.
To keepers ef Coirg this prepar
ation is invulauhle. It is a mrtf
ipreventivc against Rinderpest
I Hollow Morn. etc. Jt has leeo
proven by actual experiment to
1 increase the quantity of lull..
and cream twenty percent, an J
mnke th hitttor Tirm .n.l . r . f
In fatten Ins cattle, it pires them an appetite,
loosens their hide, and makes them thrive mucli
Tn ail diseases of Swine, snch as Couglis, TTlccri la
tlic Luni,-!) Liver Ac, this arth-lo
tcLl as a speciuc. uy putting
from one-half a paper to a paper
in a barrel of swill the alwrc
disease! will be eradicated or
entirely prevented. Ifpivcniti
lime, a certain preventive and
Cure for tbe Hon Cholera.
DAVID E. F0UTZ, Proprietor,
Baltimore, 74f d
For sale by Pruppists and Storekeeiierstlirouca
out the L uiu-d Stales, c'anaUasand ii"'1! America,
6!7 St. Charles street, St. Louis, Mo.
H.tb been longer ongaRetl In the treat
ment of venereal, sexual ni Private
OlSOilSCS I'UU J 1. el-li-l- Phv MSlIl III St. I.OU1-. ;i. Ii .v h
r:. cn i-..t.s.,w. Syph'lis, Conorrrioe.-i.
Cle-t, Stricture, orcli'tis, Ht-.nla
Rupture: uii Urin.iry D snsos" Syphili
tic -r Mercurial Arfect.ons ' Tiiro;it,
Skirt-" Bones 'ri t en d mi un;nrj!!.i-i
Spermatorrhoea, Sexual Debility
I m potency, ' Iln- n-.uh if -e.r alu-i in j.-ue.. se rual
rit s la U.U ure.' Tcurt , or utl.tr caui. ki.J lea
r.Hi.,rc M tue or Hi r,i, i:l e.i- t.: nervousness,
npcturnnl emissions, debility, dimness
SI ,s,'illi pimples 0:1 tho f.ioe, confusion
f Icioaa, nve.-sion to society of femnlee,
loss cf memory and eoiual power, r. u i. r tii
marriage Improper, rc .. iiu. cu.'v cunxi. fali
01 wri'c. 11 , nino. task est n n'.icn. Ae wfci -' -T-acn
e:in ! r. a.-'l u; u 1; is .'lrr,i'l-nt t.1;- a ; in ..--,iu
It atui tbousau f c ises evorr ; r ac.-ircs kt-.-it . ili.
I'h st.'iau liui-wiiiK, Lus fie-i'tmil-. l,-t;uiu:iiu4n;lt a, 14
c.v c ue.
i'ht.- t-pt'ih;Ntiin (a vholc house of -w. h-e rr...mt !s th
r.iot e:.-mivv l:i tin' c.-UOt- v. fittt.rs"ii ir It o; i;.!i r.n-I
C.uti!t;4:iu rouni, !lo irJi;i n. ;,i ...j lt,n t 'art:iu'i,-.3 ;
yit'iliL-ati d ant Yai-or l ,t,s . :l c,,n-.r' vn!i r
r. b all nifiirin '- 1 V m Hi. ,-trJ;
and tu t 1:1. pot ant cf re -bL- at i
1 :r"jl!ril N.irks t r., . -Is rf cir ii.' arj
'oucil. ilv. Aliitti.tutiMj t'lr-tws, lif i-.raci c -i,.rvtt tolir,
Ih i.lririiu rti-rsff? n o.tiiinTis. a;... :i lava bcea (r.,ur.
frm K:iri. Kiuuc-, t-anli,-. of ,-"na . i" ' ! t b
f.iuini lu any other l..irry In i:i.-,It,. Vbt; l.i.irnrr It
tliro ia wi,U e-u 10 a'l C11 irs 1.-K;iita e Ih- Drxor
n-li.irately uJ .i .ati -. Kret.i i.(. -r,- ,1 ainrlsl. r pnaouf
uuJ,-r tha I .'t..r i-rr, he ! '-.n 1 1,1 KfC tt.c ol
rhr witLni ihi- r n-ti ii :.ll. . l!a'. CotiMi::.itto is the
ln-st. travelling tin pi1vc. manv in ev-rv .tale, art
CKOa.siooailr ue lu 1'irui.r, lici ills treatment' tS.-a iVi .
tlia car bi;:a euuiuctcl Itv nnul or exj'n a. C-jri-i' la
' g-arut.is. sbiTS d ul.- etl,., it Ufrn-ialv sui.-l.
Ail comtnu-iii-aliolis slrKMiv rn:. UUuiin. Or cr Huu-i-i
. x. to 2 1: m.. ana .1 tn 7 f. m. Sm.d-iTa. i. to 1 r. u.
Pir,mi a Til-IMS' in lA c-f- ut any hour, mat wi dVc-
Ul t cfict.
S. II. l-anilblet (IK rnis) clv!iiffrull Tta-toraarT
Prirale, Kennsl an.t -r out lli.fj.-s Mui ...icj r-r tJ
tStmpH, t.. prrj-trs no-t pi.
'llic writuisrs ul u .:virinn !;r-e reji-itti-tiou
is tiniii . wi.le is .,Vl!t tin .i.ist.t'i-, iiml
for S3 ; r:i hixid ! U ohi.iiiIiikkI I
I"1 P! ".. Itcli nnsnrr rtrry cii-
s-lovurjio iti4-t I lltat flie sioiibt.
fill O'iriotisi or i nqui-s 1 1 1 v e w ln tl
Itnotv, will lo Hen? st-r:irel.T scnlecl.
UsvJ m iiitxlonltiori, Ih'-y improve tlio rj-jt-titc-,
iypi-onsc clinrcntion, Iikipch the liklo,
floFK the liair, nnd krc- c.ff
j-fiSEASE FROM THE HORSE.
iafr!)cy increase the quantity and imt-rovi- ;l.o
3Iill in llio Com,
osi as nmm
Popular mad'ea! boksv fis pit ernti-
4t? 1. no mu 1 ma-T,, w t o n -f, vhf. iMPECf"
MENTE, to mrrlaso; tr n""..
Curt. J. ttc PSymtul--uriit ,isii.irn ( t ? I ,-rc ti ,.y
Mcrn'r 0 Fr production. Utrtxmt GQXJ' Ett-
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UAL EXHAUSTION fr ;.ir.rr ft,ti,e. 4
f" -n- rr u.iX a-, aii v h tt ft, hi di.n. in k h r ir-.
a ifft o many k.ir pimples on the face
A'C, tin i Qivi,n miifht'tfit rr Aiti i ft 4 h i f fir r.-
prmaturftry Infirm. r n.n
f'UoHti a. -.. lyConsumpt'on, Epl1rp5y.
aC.i u-vu i .-"!! on.- M w i'ii! i -iie u'ut i ., r
!'"whi o" ( Heart Brnln";. fr
Jr fttoit. A t ffc.tr juh ful Cur 1 1- yr i?tq,it 1 t tt $h ft
'.. 1 true piarrf.i.r fimde nnd p-ti it c-r itUor. S-nt
i- srtftj 15 rtreu,A, bik for 25 a i.
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J& mott turret fut fjerialft c' thr tt-jr. vl o ku ,n tn
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and aro a never failing
PREVENTIVE OF HOG CHOLEEA,
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Tltej cure Ileaves, Lung Fever nnd Worms
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I'or Scrofula, NvM ofiu
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Any disease or eruption ol
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Constitutions. Fypliilw, or any
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For pains in Ilro.ist. Siileor llatl.,
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Discasos of the I'rinr-.ry Oriraii,
Jaiiiidieeofany Liver t'oniilaitit,
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Restores tlie Appetite,
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Causes tlie Food to Digest,
IJeiiiovcs Dyspepvin ai:d
Frerenfs .Malarious Fevers
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