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J. W. EOWEN, Editor.
M'Arthim March 21), 1871.
The Democratic Strength
in the House.
Tlie DtMiiocratio. strength in
t tie House will be increased to
one hundred members by tlie
gain in New Iliimnsliire and
the decision of the Committee
on Elections in favor of Ed-
""ward"," Democrat, whose seat
was contested. Three more
are expected' fro;n the Con
necticut election, two from
, , California .and two from Texas,
which will make the House
stand at the next session 13G
KcpuWicans to 107 Democrats.
As there are 213 members,
' and a majority i3 122, the
Democrats will then only lack
fifteen votes to control the
House. However, with the
present number, which destroys
the two-thirds rule, and the re
inforcements they are con
stantly receiving from the Rev
enue Reform Republicans, they
have thus far in the session
carried every measure they
have brought forward, and de
feated all attempts of the
Radicals at, extreme legislation.
in the House. Mob Law in Paris.
Paris is under mob rule;
Gens. Vinoy, Thomas and Le
comptc have been murdered by
the troops, or in other words
by ruffians, cowards and assas
sins. The assassination of
some of the bet statesmen and
ablest defenders of France by
miscreants who shirked from
the defense and revolted at
the approach of the barbar
ous invaders of their country,
is an outrage tor whicu there
can be no excuse, no appease
ment, and no apology save
blood, and we hope it will not
be withheld from these foul
murderers and assassins. The
terrible excesses of 1 793 will
be re-enacted if something is
not done, soon, to check the
tide of blood thirsty iramola
ters who have possession of
the city of Paris.
The New Hampshire Election.
The following result of the
late election held in New
Hampshire we clip from the
Republic, of March 21, pub
lished at Littleton, N. II.,
which our anxious readers will
The first returns received by
telegraph last week did not
include the scattering vote,
which the town clerks subse
quently returned. This vote
amounts to 1,077, and therefore
Mr. "Weston lacks about 300
votes of an election by the
people; but as the Senate will
stand 8 Democrats and 4 Rad
icals, and the House 108 Dem
ocrats and 1G2 Radicals, Mr.
Weston's election by the Leg
islature in Juue is a sure thine:.
The special election held in
Jackson county last Thursday,
for member of the House of
Representatives to fill the va
cancy caused by the death of
- Dr. W. S. Williams, a Welsh
man, resulted in the election of
another "Welshman T. L.
Hughe?, by about 400. W.
T. "Washam was the Democrat
ic candidate. The Radicals
made a great effort to elect
their man, almost every voter
including the niggers being
brought out to vote. This is
the first victory the Radical
party lias heard tell of since the
New Hampshire election, and
there is much rejoicing among
the office holders and played
out politicians. The Cincin
nati Chronicle takes a higher
(old swell', over the Jackson
county election than it did over
iho Jfijr.c.v Hampshire election.
"We must fiot omit stating that
on the morning of the election
Gov. Hayes, the State ofliccrs,
And the Legislative jaowbers
started on a "big bum" from
the. Capital City for Cincinnati,
where they remained until
Friday night, the taxpayers of
the State having a portion of
the expense to pay.
The - extravagances of this
Republican Congress have be
come so outrageous that even
so strong a partisan as John A.
Logan is compelled to protest
against them. He said in the
House, Thursday, "that the
people were not going to sub
mit to these enormous burdens
imposed on them by Congress.
He did not want to attend the
funeral of the Republican par-
ty within the next two years;
if he had to do so he desired
its assassination should be per
petrated, by other hands, he
did not want to see the life and
vitality of that party taken
from it by its friends by men
calling themselves Republicans,
and yet they were doing it
here every day. They must
cease this extravagance, must
cease these outrages on the peo
ple, or they were a doomed
party I" It is a pretty time of
day to talk about putting an
end to Radical extravagance,
now that Congress has but a
few days in which to do it.
Millions upon millions of the
peoples money have been
squandered on corporations
and monopolies, without a
word of remonstrance on the
part of the Republican mem
bers. It is only when the par
ty is on its death bed, with a
certain prospect of going to
the devil, that its members ex
hibit any compunctious of con-
sience at the wholesale corrup
tion of which they have beeu
guilty. This death-bed repent
ance, when the power to con
tinue evil practices has passed
away, won't answer in politics.
The Republican party is al
ready doomed, and if General
Logan does not attend its fune
ral within two years, it will be
because he will be ashamed to
be seen among the mourners.
Did tho editor of tlio Logan Re
publican ever hear of a "sooner dog"
catching a nigger or any liviug
thing? Our noighbor Burely docs
not know much about tho Bevcral
species of dogs that have- beon in
existence sinco tho Cleveland Kndi
cal shipped a fino pup to Prosidont
Grant. Wo'll advise sorao of the
dog training boys of this town,
writo a few chapters on the differ
ent species of dogs for the exclusive
benefit of tho oditor aforesaid, from
which ho will learn that a "soonor
dog" was never used for "catching
Madison Township Nominations.
Pursuant to previous notico the
Democracy of Madison Township
assembled at Shipley's Ilall, in Za
leski, on tho 18th of March, 1871.
On motion, A. J. Uiggins was
called to the chair and J. J. Allison
was chosen Socrctary.
The following namod porsons
wcro nominated as candidates to
fill the various offices to bo voted
for at tho oloclion on Monday, April
Ilirani It. (Doming,
Andrew K. McLain,
ffrm For Treasurer t
J For Assessor:
John D. Vandeiford.
John. T. Black,
John T. Sharp.
On motion, tho mooting adjorncd.
Madison Township Nominations. A. J. HIGGINS, Chair'n.
J. J. ALLISON, Sec'y.
Will our friend, Montgomery, of
tho Logan Republican bo so kind as
to stato tho difforenco botwoon a
"sooner dog" and U. S. Grant ?
Two years ago tho Republi
can candidates for Congress in
New Hampshire wt-re elected
by the following majorities :
First District 1,572
Second District 1,647
Third District 8G3
Now all of their candidates
The Columbus & Hocking
Ou Thursday of last week
we made our first trip over thi
road , which extends from the
Marietta and Cincinnati Rail
road at Athens to Columbus,
a distance of 76 miles. .We
were highly pleased with thh
most excellent thoroughfare,
which is indeed very conve
nient to the people of this sec
tion of country and a great
saving of time and money to
those having business north
ward, and the most important
and the best conducted railway
lines which belt the surface of
the Buckeye State. We com
mend the traveling and the
shipping public to the Colum
bus and llockmg Valley Kail
road. It has connections with
all ' the important railways
leading in all directions at Co
lumbus, as well as at Lancaster
and Athens. It passes through
the richest valley 6t mineral
wealth in Ohio. There are
nineteen Stations on the line
including thoso on the Strait3
ville Branch, averaging only
four miles apart. It is equip
ped with a large number of
powerful locomotives and mag
nificent passenger cars. We
were informed that not one
serious accident has occurred
on the road since its comple
tion in July last; and we are
satisfied none ever will occur
so long as the present attentive
Conductors Messrs. Snively
and Joseph are kept in the
emyloy of the Railway Company.
The Law to Subvert Elections.
The supplementary bayouet
election bill is an affront and
menace to every decent man
in the country. The New
York "World's exposure of the
characters of the fellows hired
in that city, at last election, on
behalf of the administration,
showed very fully the detesta
ble nature of the material re
quired by these baj'onet bills
to haunt the polls; and now
for a glance at the new powers
reposed in the hands of this
riffraff and scum. Let one of
these known scoundrels" fall in
to an affray with any person at
the polls, and call upon you to
aid him in any beating or bang
ing or arresting of said person
he may consider in the line of
his "duty" of which duty he
alone is by the bill carefully i
made tho fudge you must as
sist him or "be punished by
imprisonment not more than
two years, or by fine not more
than $3,000, or by both such
fine and imprisonment, and
shall pay the costs of the pros
ecution." Fancy that infamous
villian mentioned fin the The
"World list of last fall, who was
just back from State Prison, or
that strongly suspected murder
er, or the fellow forever "up"
for beating his aged mother, or
any such debauched ruffian of
this kind, pounding some hon
est man's face into a jelly at
the polls, and bawling out at
you, with vile oaths and impre
cations, to help him in the name
of the United States 1 You re
fuse, as you ought to do, and
that instant have two years'
imprisonment and $3,000 fine
staring-you in the face, not to
speak of the Federal minion
pouncing on you with Lis club
or revolver, the moment his
first victim drops. What mat
ter, then, when this infuriated
beast 'has. you by the throat,
that you are a good Republi
can, and have just voted
''right," and hate a Democrat
as you do a snake! You have
no remedy ; you refused to aid
the satrap, when called in, and
under the law ho can pound
you well to begin with ; and
then polish you off by preferr
ing a charge that will laud you
inState Prison, well fined. It
is worth while to remember
that this bayonet election bill
treats the white free-born citi
zen worse to-day than the Fu
gitive Slave law treated the
negro slave. Although that
law, which was so odious to
Republicans, made it the duty
of every person to assist . the
marshal to arrest a runaway
skve there, was no penalty
provided if man refused to
assist an oflicer, when called
. These deputies, who may be
nicked from the sluices, alleys
and brothels, are invested by
the eighth section of the law
with power to arrest any voter
or election oflicer, without pro
cess, for what he, the aforesaid
deputy, may deem to be fraud
ulent' conduct. If these polit
ical roughs desire to stop vo
ting in any ward or precinct,
they may pretend that the elec
tion officers are guilty of fraud
ulent conduct, arrest the officers
and thus break up the election
in that precinct, depriving vo
ters of their franchise, and the
candidates, of their right to
those votes. This exposes the
secret aim of the bill, to break
up the elections in NevYork
and other Democratic cities, in
1872, by arresting election of
ficials, while jin the discharge
of their duties, thus preventing
the polling of unquestioned le
gal votes, and by damnable
frauds of this kind, securing the
electoral votes of doubtful
States for Grant, who will also
have his bayonets 'well in hand'
to enforce and maintain the
Tho passage of this act of in
justice and outrage demon
strates that the Radical party
is no longer the majority party
of the United States; for if the
majority party, and so able to
carry its ends by votes, why
should it resort to the bayonet?
Duiing the war, when greed,
hate, ambition, and all that
company held a devil's holiday,
the Radical party was strong
enough to do without electoral
frauds, or at least many of
them; but just in proportion
as the public mind has recover
ed from its dreadful mania, that
party been compelled to tam
per with the elective franchise
to hold its own. "Without the
negro vote and the disfranchise
ment, entire or partial, of seven
States, it would have been de
feated in 1868; and now that
there arc no more negroes to
enfranchishe, and disfranchise'
ment, as per Missouri, costs
ultimately more than it conies
to, some further impediment to
a fair vote must be devised.
This impediment appears in
these bayonet election bills,
original and supplementary,
which bills are unconstitutional,
impudent, bloody-minded, un
necessary for any good end,
and useful alone for infamous
purposes the desperate expe
dient of a minority party to
cow the majority with cold
steel, as its sole hope of re
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lit Court of Common Notts of Fulrfleld County.
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March K, 1M1-2W
NANSEMOND SWEET POTA
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Xiinnrnumil Hiefft IWotot for heitding, of the
host quality, ut83 per bu.shel ; loss iiunntiticu
. Sweet Potato Plants.
I can furnlt.li the people with choice l'limtH,
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rlinrs shipped to ordor to any point in Kd
My residence Is ono mile south of McArlhur.
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March 22, lH7I-tes MnArt liur, O.
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Groceries and Provisions
unilull kinds of tho
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March IW,IH7I,-Uw 11
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Petition to nnd nemontrance
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Medical Common Sense.
By E. B. Foote, M. D.
G12 PAGES. 200 ILLUTRATIOXS.
Prle.o In extra elolh t-'l 2S
I'l lee in Cabinet Library 75
Uorimin Edition 8 60
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If Youwant to 'Know
Tlin effoetsofMexual HUirvntlon; l'nwtllutloni
Continence ou tho ono huud, nml Vieu on the
If Yon want to Know
How tohnvehniiltliy babies ; how to keep them
healthy; how to grow up hcnltliy; nnd dto only
of old nget
K You want to Know
All about eonimon senserensedleaj Eleelrlcltyi
Animal Mafriietlsni;BinI who bullevo In it;
If You want to Know
All nbnut dlsouvoN pneuHiir to Women; to fiirl
hooil; to the Maiden; to tlie wife and niotlieri
' If You want to Know
Valuable hints to the eh Idlest; how to overcome
tlnri'uiiiiexsi how to hocoinou father; how to
bueoino a mot her;
If You want to Know
All aboutdlHonHe peculiar to Meat their nnlnro
ami troatincHt; impotuuey, 10111111111 weukucim,
If You want to Know'
All nlnnit the sexual nrjrnna; riviiHonf tludrdiH
Kniee; their Influence ou duvolnpnraiil on wo
If Youwant to Know
All nbout Mnrrlnirn; ilH history, I'ollitniiiy, Mo
nognuiyi Polyandry and Freo Uovo;
If You want to Know
Tho philosophy nf elnpoinenl; nilnplnllnn In
inurrfoKei how toperfinH tniu-rliixo ;iuid tlu us
and thiiiK' never before ptibllithed,
BEAD THIS WONDERFUL BOOK.
Mnny iiKenta nrn now mnkliiK from KW to
fn."H) per month selling this wonderful hook, il
mine I leserintlvo Circular sent- free on riinllca.
tlon. Wo wnnt ifood live Agents men who
enn fully appreciate the merlin of the work, nod
tlie tnetthitt .It meet a universal vjiuit. Axeuti
wliodoxlietodoviKHl ns well im lonWe money,
tl-lui 4aa-Hr6:iiim Sii.,Nw York
HEALTH! IIEAl'TY !t
Sir nfj and Pure Rich Blood In
crunso of Fleeh and Weight
Clonr Skin nnd Beautiful
SECURED TO ALL.
BAD WAY'S SARSAPABILLIAW
HAS MADE THK MOST ASTOKlrUHftO
CURKS. HO OUK K. HO KAPII) AHB
THKOIIANtiKS THK BODY UNDKR
(iOKH UNDKIt THK INFM'KNCli
Ot' T11IH THCI.Y AVONDKit
TUL NKDHTNE. THAT
Every Day an Increase of Flesh and
Wcujht is seen and f elt.
Scrofula., Consumption, ' Ryphllis in lt
I'.,..t,,d I :ln twl.,1 nl 1 licitna . 1 'li.n
IllOnj lulu", .h... ...... ' f a. r.a
in the Thront, Moutlr; Tuinnra, Notlea in tlio
(.lands, nml other parts of the nvstein; Hour
n..u itlo. r.w. tl... t.'.,
Ki'iiptlve Dlsenws of the Kyes, Nose, .Mouth,
and the forniHOlHkln Idsenses; Kriiplions, Ke
vin' Sores, Scald Ilend, It in;;-worm. Mult Klieuin
KryNipelns, Affile, jhock npnu, vt oiuisiu 1110
KIomIi, Tinnoin, Cuneers in the Womb, and all
it-....L..,..ln. te.til lilnl'nl llUelltirtreu- Klirltl:
HwealM, and all WteH of the J.ito I'rlnciple,
are within tlie (,'uratlvo Hiinjtc ol liudway'
Snrwipiiiillinn llesolvont, und ufewdnya' tine
will pmvH to nnv person iihIiik it for either of
these forms of diseuMo lis potent power to euro
V..f e 4 I'OA OA llll I I k V 17IT-
SOIA'KNT excel all known remediul urenta In
tlio Cure of ( liiouic, flriol'ulous. ( onslitutiHii,
Skin and Syphiloid dtseoMes, hut it is the only
positive remedy for
Urlnnrv nniHVoinh Disenses. Grnvol, Plnbetes,
Drnnsv. Iiieontinenc.o of irrinp. II tl Kill's IHs-
etiso, 'Alliuinintii'ia, und in all eu.es where;
tlmreiire uricK inisr. iieponiris, or 1110 wnier if
thick, cloudy, mixed with substnnrea like the
white ol un cint. or threads llko white silk, or
there is a inorlild dark, bilioiiMnppeurauee, nml
white hoiiit-din.t deposits, nnd where there Is iv
prickiiiK, luirninir seiisntion, nnd pain In tho
Small ol the Hack, nml tilon Hie Ixilua. In all
these renditions ItADWAY'H MAItHAI'A
HILLIAN HKHODVKNT.itiilcil bvllie nppllca
tion nf lladnay'H Iteudy itrelief la Hit Hplno
audHmiillof tlio Ilack,ninl Hie HowcIk rctfiila
teil with one or two of H ml way's lleKUlntiuif
I'ills ticrihiv, will soon iiiuko n complete cine.
In a lew diiys) tho patient will be able to bold
and illsch ivjjo water iinttirnlly without pain,
nud tlie Urine will he restored to its natural
clear und amber or sherry color.
THE WASTE OF THE BODY
Aro supplied with new, henllby nnd vlronnia
blond, that furnishes soiiml structure. Jlonea
all suH'minir l'rm WeaUenhifr Id harjfeH,
oithnr Male or Keinnlo. orfrom I leers or.Horcn,
thrntlfrh the reparative processof KADWAY'rf
SAKSAl'A HI I.IAN, ure uriostcd, and tho rup
tured oi'Kans healed.
OVA11IAN T17MOB CT'l'ED TUMOR Of
TW'KLVK. YKAKH' OHOWTII ( UI2K.U liY S AD
WAY 'B I!KSI)1.V KNT.
1IKVKUI.Y, MRH.. duly lS.lfifin.
Dll. KaDWAY : I have hud Ovariuii Tninor In
the ovaries and liowela. All the doelois snid
"there wus no help for It." J tried every thioif
that was reconinieniled, but nnl liinfr helped me.
I saw your llcsolvent, nnil t lumlit 1 would try
it, but 1 1 ad 110 In 1 1 il In it , hecaiiso I hud siill'cred
for twelvu yenrs. 1 1- ok six ImiIHcm of the He
solvent, one box of Hndwny'a I'll Ik, nnd used
two bottles nl your Ready Relief; and there is
not uhifru of 11 tumor tn lie seen or felt, nnd I
fool licllei', smarter, huppier than I have for
twelve years. The worst tumor was In the left
Hide of the bowels, over the Krol 11. i write Ihls
tn you for the bemlltofothers. You can pub
lish if you ehoo.se.
HANNAH P. KNAl'P.
Kof Price Ono Dollar.
EADWAY'S BEADY BELIEF
Cures the icons pains in from One to
Not one bournfter rendliiR ihls advertisement
need any uuo stiller with pain.
RADWA THREADY RELIEF
ISA CUHIi Full ICVKItY I'AIN. IT WAS THE
1'ilWT, AND IS
T1IH ONLY PAIN REMEDY
That instantly stops the most c.veruelatinx l'Ulr
ALI.ATS INFLAMMATIONS AND tl UK
Whether of the T.uiikn Htoinneh, Howls, or
tlie tdauils ami orjraus, by ono application,
In From One to Twenty Minutes,
No matter bow violent or excruciating tho
pain, tho ItllKU.MATIt;, Hed-ridden, Iiillrin,
Crippled, Nervotin. Neunilglc, or prostrnteil
with disciixc, may suffer,
lliidway's Ready Relief
Will, In from osk to twkkty mini;tks, affuri
him ami conifmt, and thin niedicine, so rapid in
Btopplni.' pain, can Ijh purc.liased Fifty Cent
per bottle at-almost every driiKxist's find rnun
trv nicrili Mill's store on this continent, 1111 1 1
within one hour's distance of almost every hab
itation iu the United States.
IIIIKI'MATISV AM KEMAMTA.
uihi;matk.w ax it xeikamia.
If those who nru now xuM'ei inir I'liin, no mat
ter wlint the euiise niuy be, or by what name
It is culled if external, npidy Kaiiwav's
liKAtir Kki.ikk to the p".rt of the IukIv whem
the puin is present If intertinl, till drops, diln
tisl in water, ns a drink. Whether t rumps,
Siiusms, Inlbiminiilion. (onjre.stiuii, Asinlio
Cliolcra. ( lilllsiuid Fever, the most violent, ex
eruciatin and torlin inK pains will b stopped
ill from one lo twentv minutes.
PAINfUL ATTACKS wHERE
BADWAY'S BEADY BELIEF
Will Affoifl liiBtant Eho :
INFLAMMATION OF THK KIDNKY4.
INFI.AMMATI11N OK Til K BLADDER,
INFLAMMATION OF Til K HOWKI.S.
CONOESI ION OF TIIF. I.rNOS,
SOKE THROAT. DIFFICULT IIUKATIIINO.
I'AM'ITA l !ON OF THE IIEAUT,
HYSTERICS, CllOCP, DIIMITIIKItl A,
HEADACHE, TOOTR A CI1 E,
COLD CHILL!), AOHK CHILLS.
Thenpidiciiiion of the KKADY KKI.IKP to
the part or purls win re tbo puin ordilliculty
I'xhis will Afford ense nnd eonifort. 2U diiipa
In n half tninbler of water will, in n few mo
ments, cure Crumps, Hpnsins. Sour Stoiniich,
II en rt burn, Siclt llenilnche, Diarrhea, Dysen
tery, Coll,'., Wind in the Houels, nud aU Inter
Traveler sboutd nlwnvs enrry A fiotllo of
KADWAY'S HI'.LIEF with them. A few limp
in water will urowiit sickness or pulna from
eliiiiin of wnler. It i bettor than French
llriiiidy or Hitters ns n Hltmtilnnt.
VEVliR AND AGUE.
FF.VEU AND AOliK tCCItED.
FKVKIl AND AOHK ft'ltl'd
I'lllt FIFTY CKSTH.
There Is not u reniedlnl iijji-nt in the world
that will cure , I'KVFU AND Atit'K,
nnrl ull other Malarious, llllloiis, Hcarlct.Ty
nliold, Yellow and oilier Fevers (aided ly
liiidivay's 1'llln,) so ipikk as It.idway'n ueudy
Person need Kiitl'er, he they ever so mflcti ex.
nosed to Fever nnd Amio, If thev will only tnke
Haiiway'm Hkapy K k.i.I kf. iimf'keen tturtli- hue.
rl oprn with liiilmiy'n I'illn. lllllKlreifs ill tho
west, who hnvo hitlierto been doctorliiR nt the
rote of one and two hundred dollars for a few
months' Ireiilimmt me keeplnv themselves nml
fanillieNf 1 from f'lit'KH and AUVK, CHILLS
and t Kit 11, KIIKUMATIS.V, Ao., lor one or
twodolliiiH a year, spent lor llnihvay'a Keady
ilcllefnnd lladwiiv'M I'ills (coiitiil).
The HEAVY UlcLlKF will uflnrd lixtlanl titH
lo nil. Price only 60 eenls per liottle,
N. It. Meo Hint every bottle bus imu India
Hiihber Hlopper. Hold at nil DruniJlstn, and nt
Dr. Kadway'uiUce, No. H7 Maiden Luno, New
DR. EADWAY'S PERFECT PUBGA
EleRanlly Coated with Sweet Gum,
FUUUK, ltlidL'LATi:. I'l'lHI'Y, CLEAN8K AND
I'OII THK IIIJBK OF
ALL PrSOflfiEltS OF THK STOMACH LIVER,
HOWKI.S. KIHSEYS. ILAJlJEIt, X EH I OCS
liSE i SES, 1IEAHACIIE. COSSTII'A TIOX,
VOSTl YKXKSS, IXhHlESTIOX, Il YSPM'MA,
BMOI'SXKSS. 1IILIOI S EKi Ell, lXtlAM.
MA'IJOX Of TIIK JIOWKUs; 1'II.KS, uudnlftt
rungeiiicnts of tho Inleriinl Vlm'crn.
C0NTAININII NO MF.IICDUY, MINUUAIU) OR
ftB-observc the followlatr nytitonin reault
IllK from Disordcmol the Dlmt I ve tJiKnnn t
Constipation, Inward Pllci, Funnel's of tlie
lllooil in tb lliKid, Acidity of the Htomm h.
Nausea, lleiii'tburn, Mhkiisi of Food, F'ullmiss
or Weight In the HlomiK h, Hour Krtietutlons,.
HlnkliiKor Fliitturlnnat the Pit of the Utoinnch,
swimming of the Heiid, Hurried nnd MfTlcillt
llientblnir, Fbitterlni attbo Heart, t lmkhmor
HiilVoenllnir Seiisutloim when In n LjTnir Pos.
turn, Dimness of Vision. Dots ov Webs beforO'
Hie BlKht, Fever and Dull Pain In tlio Head,
Deficiency of Porsplrntlon, Yellownesa of the'
HWI11 nnd I'.ye", I'uin In tlinHlile, Chest, l.lmlm,.
nnd niidilen FlM.sli of. Heat, Hurtling in Hi
A few doses of ItiinWAY'H Ptt.fJ will freotU
system from iilltlioalK)VO-nnmoddlsordeai. .
Price 25 Centa Per Bom.
EAEWAT &o CO.,
Mo. STMwlctcnLnne, If. T,
BEAD FALSE AND TBUE.
end one letter stniup to HAPWAY f'O,,
No. H7 Maiden Lnue. New York. Infoi'uiHlinii
woi'Hi llinnsnnili' will bi'MMit yon. ly