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OF PICK --hi Second Htory of Bowcii I
building. North split of Mais Street. Kan of
J. W. NOWKN, Editor.
McArthur, January 15, 1873.
The skeleton of an ancient
mastodon has been unearthed
in the vicinity of Sissonville,
Kanawha county, West. Va.
January, Cth, the snow lay
from ono to two feet deep all
through Central and Northwest
Missouri. This is the heaviest
known for twenty years. .
The, Ohio State law pro
hibiting nay .dentist from prac
ticing without a diploma or a
certificate, took effect on the
1st day of January, 1873.
There are twenty-three
thousand million tons of coal'
available in Ohio. It is esti
mated' that at the present rate
of consumption there is enough
to last ten thousand four hun
dred years. '
An. effort is being made by
some lobbyists who are "cooped
up" about the Ohio Legislature
to have the Boesel Railroad
Law repealed this winter. A
canvass last week of the two
Houses was made, resulting in
a majority against the repeal
ing of the law.
The Ohio Iron Company,
Zanesvillc, who have just put
in new machinery throughout,
do a business of $700,000 a
year, employing 500 men, who
turn out 250 tons of bar iron,
axles and spikes per week.
This manufactory was estab
lished in 1S4G.
When a poor devil who
has no friends, nor money,
steals a cow worth forty dollars,
the court sentences liini to the
Penitentiary for four years, and
when a rich devil with influen
tial friends steals four hundred
thousand dollars from the Gov
ernment, Grant pardons him,
and this we call justice! O
shame where is thy blush !
There is no end to Radical
legislation the managers of
that party are never satisfied.
They spend the people's money
in passing laws, and then turn
around and favor a repeal. A
bill has just been introduced in
the Ohio Legislature to repeal
that part of the Criminal Code
passed last winter which al
lowed Prosecuting Attorneys to
be present at the sessions of
the Grand Juries.
Paymaster Hodge, who
stole half a million of dollars
from the Government, and who
was pardoned from the Peni
tentiary by Grant, attended
church in Washington Sunday
before last, and was, after the
service, kindly greeted by many
friends, who are, in the lan
guage of a correspondent, "con
fident that he never again will
yield to temptation." Guess
'not, with 8500,000 about him!
The bill of the proprietors
of the Fifth Avenue hotel,
shows that President Grant and
his party punished nineteen dol
lar.5 worth of wine on the day
of Mr. Greeley's funeral. At
the risk of being again branded
as a copperhead, we venture the
assertion that the wine was
whisky, and the drinkers should
have paid their own bills. Thief
Tweed is under arrest, with nu
merous indictments against him,
for robbing New York in a sim
ilar manner, but only a larger
The first reraaikable occur
rence in the year 1872 was
Stokes shooting Jim Fisk, Jr.,
on the Gth of January, at the
Central Hotel in New York
his death occurring the next
day. And now we may say
the first very remarkable thing
that has occurred in 1873, was
a New York jury returning a
verdict of guilty of murder in
the first degree against Stokes,
on the 4th day of January, and
the Judge pronouncing sentence
of death on the Cth day of Jan
uary, just one year from the
day hj committed the murder.
II i is: to be hung ; on Friday,
February . 28th,' ' the shortest
time allowed by law being given
hunt " - ' '' ' '
John T. Raper and the Half-Bushel.
tiniToa Kn'ihiukr: The edi
tor of the Record has made a
remarkable discovery. He has
found out by some nieani that
Vinton county is the owner of
a half-bushel measure ; that it
was never in possession of said
measure because Shivel's law
office is in the same room with
the Recorder of said county;
and because McGiluvray has a
law oflice up-stairs in the court
house ; and for other reasons, as
the lawyers say, just about the
time they quit. Now, when
Raper writes about this matter
he rises to the level of his sub
ject, and seems to rest' with a
sort of majestic placidity upon
the half-bushel measure. I
predict that he will rant for
the next six or eight months
about official misconduct, because
Auditor Belford has not prose
cuted the old man Felton nor
the Secretary of State, either,
for the price of that half-bushel.
But why is John T. Raper so
earnest in pressing this matter
just now ? It is not because ho
is more vigilant in watching
over the public interest than
other men are, nor because the
people of Vinton county have
any more interest in or use for
that old half-bushel measure
now than they had when Wil
liam F. Felton (Republican)
was Auditor, that he thus at
tacks Belford for not doing
what was no part of his busi
ness to do. Rut because Bel
ford's term of office expires
next Fall, and Raper well
knows that the people of Vin
ton county will, if left to them
selves, re-elect Lira to that oflice,
that he thus labors to create a
false impression in the public
mind in regard to one whom
the people esteem the best
Auditor that ever filled that
office in Vinton county.
Mr. Raper, this is a Utile too
thin, and besides, it is decidedly
weak in you. The people of
this county will incline to take
this view of the matter." -They
will consider the strength of
your political prejudices; the
pecuniary advantages in having
the Auditor's office filled by a
man of your own political faith ;
your disposition to pervert the
truth when your interest would
appear to require it ; and your
inclination to meddle with other
people's business, (which is
equaled by only one other man
in this county,) and after doing
all this they will conclude that
this man Belford is one whom
even envy itself must pro
nounce well nigh blameless,
or these considerations would
have led you further.
Your silly attempt to preju
dice him in the public estima
tion by talking about a half
bushel measure not being kept
at the court house because.
Siiivel or McGillivkav were
filling its room,' and just as
much more of this balderdash
as you can get off, will be
thankfully received by the
friends of Belford. .' Go right
on, brother Raper, your weak-'
ness is one source of your op
j Your motives are doubtless
i bad, but they will work Belford
I no injury so long as you direct
your efforts against him and
forbear to bestow upon him any
praise. You will hardly suc
ceed in convincing the people
of Vinton county that they
should exchange a tried and
good Auditor for one untried,
because he has not sued any
body for an old half-bushel mea
sure that you nor Belford never
saw, and which, assuredly, if
you should see in Belford's
absence, his chances to see it
in the future would be greatly
Week before last Prof. M.
It. Barnes, Superintendent of
our Union Schools, was called
to Lancaster, Ohio, to see his
aged and dying father. His
father died soon after his ar
rival. His mother was lying
very sick and not expected to
live; and on Monday of last
week he was : called from her
bedside by a telegram from his
house in this place td come and
see his oldest child, who was
very sick. On Tuesday his
The Bale of lands for "delin
quent taxes will take place
next Tuesday. See the adver-ttebtnctifc
MURRAY In McArthur, January 8, 1HTO, at
11:16 oN l.x'k !. ji., of catarrhal fever, .Minnih
t'.,nnlyrhildof Thomas A. anil I.innik It.
Ml' l: a w, aged ? mouths and 16 day,
"one mure pure spirit has gone home;
Karl lit Inini herown no more
One more bright, happy iingcl faeo
J GEEENLEAF & CO.,
WHOLESALE DCALKK8 IN
Dry Goods, Notions. Hosiery ( &o.
m and m South High Stroet,
C. M. Hack, of 'McXrtluir, Is tho traveling
agent for the above house, and all onion en
trusted to hint will receive prompt attention.
January 15,18711. tf.
HOW LOST, HOW UESTOIUOD.
Just publ lulled, a new edition of Dr. t'til
verwelrs Celebrated Essay oil the radical
cure (without medicine) of Hpcrniatorrhii'a or
Seminal Weakness, Iiivoluutarv nominal
Losses, Inipotoncy, Mental and Physical in
capacity, Impediments to marriage, eto. ulso,
Consumption, Kpllepsy and Fits, induced hy
self indulgence or sexual extravagance.
Cvf-I'l li'u, in Healed envelope, only 0 cents.
Tlio celebrated author, In thin admirable
essay, clearly demonstrates from a thirty
yearn' successful practice, that tho alarming
cnusciieuccs of self-abuse mav be radically
cured without tho dangerous us'e of internal
niodiciue or the application of the knife;
poiiitingout a mode of cure at once simple, by
means of which every sufferer, no mutter what
his condition may be, may cure himself cheap
ly, privately anil radically.
Dlny-This Lecture should be in tho hands of
every youth and every man in the laud.
Hent, under deal, iu a plain envelope, to any
address, Hwtpiiid, ou receipt of nix cents, or
two pontage stamps.
Also, Dr. Culverwelt's "Marriage Guide,"
price 60 centa.
Address the PuhlitdicrR,
CM AS. J. C. I4LIXE A rx
P. O. Box, 4,M. 121 Bowery, New York.
HOLLOW AY'S PILLS
THE GUANO PRINCIPLE that operate In
these wonderful medicines, Is tho power that
they possess in purifying the turgid blood
and expelling corrupt' humor from the ays
tein. HOLLOWAY'S PILLS consist of a careful
anil peculiar admixture of tho fluent Vegeta
ble Extract, Herbs, and Medicinal Gums.
Possessing not a grain of mineral In their
combination, they neverexpose thone who use
them to any danger, at any time or neanon. No
mother need henitate to prescribe them to
their children, and the most delicate coustitu
t ions can use them with as great benefit an the
most vigorous and powerful frame.
II0LL0WAY A Co., Solk Proprietors,
78 Maiden Lane, New York.
Hollowav's Pills anil Ointment are sold at
23c, (ii'ic, and $1 per box or pot. A great sav
ing in inauo uy uuyiug tue large Hi.es.
TO BRIDGE BUILDERS.
Knticn Is herehv urlven that scaled nronosnln
will be received nt the Auditor's Office, in
Ale Arthur, Vinton county, Ohio, until 4 o'clock
r. H., on
Monday, tho 10th Day of Febru
ary, A. D. 1873,
For the building of ,
TWO COVERED BRIDGES
Across Middle Fork of Salt Creek, In Illeh
land Township, in nid County.
One llrld no about one mils west of Allsns-
villc, near Enoch Butter's Mill, to bo erected
at the old bridge site, upon tho old abut
ment. One Dridiro with Htoue Abutments, near the
residence of Harrison Lylo, about i mile
south of AUcnsviUe.
CONTRACTOR'S .TO FURNISH ALL
Plans and Speclllcntlons are on tile, for in-
siiection, at tho Auditor's Office,
Contractor's will bo reqnircd to give Isond
and security to the satisfaction of the county
Commissioners for the faithful performance
of the work, . ,
The Commissioners reserve the right to re
ject any or all bids. , .
Hy onler of County Commissioners.
W. W. BELFORD,
Auditor, Vinton County.
January 15, 1873. 4r.
Sow York Offioeb 27 BEEKMAN 8T.
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following beautiful and valuable premiums to
each subscriber, for W) cents extra; a choice
from live line Parlor Chromos, worth Hi each.
or two interesting Juvenile Hooks hound in
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pearl-handle two-blade Pocket Knife and
pallet of best Prints, post free; or a very pow
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Photon-nidi Album for lioldlna- 50 pictures,
IHistnge in cents; and valuable premiums for
W. JE.NIM(, DKMUKUnT,
m Broadway, New York.
HAVING been engaged in the study and
practice of Dentistry for fifteen years, and
local practitioner In Jackson for six years,
and having availed myself of all the
Vodsra Improtenunti it Dentil Solma,
I would respectfully say to the citizens of
McArthnr and vlclultv thatlaia fully pre
pared to manipulate all the various branches
of the science. Prices as low as the lowest
Work as good ss tho best. Persons coining
from a distance wishing to remsin until their
work is done will be entertained at my prl
vat residence free.
STUIR SPXAY AJ ZLKCTBIGITY
Used In extracting teeth, rendsrlug their ex
traction comparatively painless., A femsle
attendant aiwsyi on utod to wait upon Wdlvf.
Give me a cell.
; 8. 1. POOCE33, Pcotlst,
Thn old and well known flrra of Lemon It
Welse. of PITTSUL'KUH, PA., Manufacturers
Cabinet Furniture and Chairs,
NO. Ill FOURTH AVENUE
Opposite their Old Stand,
Where they continue tho business in all its
DB. CROOK'S WINE OF TAB!
(rat lias proved Dr.Crook's
U'inofTnr to have mora
merit than any similar
C reparation everofl'erotl to
la public It Is rich In
the medicinal qualities of
Tar, and unequolecl for
mmt&TL dlHoaaea or the inroax
Lnnitl, perrorming ins
, -mf SLTZL most remarkablo cures. It
tWZpi effectually cures all Coughs
jdT tf- and Colds. It boa cured no
mnnv casus of Asthma
9y and Bronchitis, that It
has been pronounced a
pecltlo for these com-
(faint. ForPalnaln tha
Ireast, Hide or Bark,
(J ravel or Kidney l!a
try Orftans Jaundice,
r any 1.1 ver Complaint
a- Uol,tor) (ne Appetite,
Slremtthens l ho y stem,
Bestorea tbe Weak an J Webilltated,
Causes tlio food to Itliirest,
Bemores Iyspeiwi and InulBesUon,
Freveuts Malarious 'evra,
dives tone to your System.
THE "LIGHT BUiTSllfc
8. .It. Aiccnts,
It don't ih
vos to fluht
thn best Ma
(Jet the airen
oy and sell it.
"DOMESTIC" B. M. CO., 06 Chaooeri St.,
KSTABLtaUEU IN 1838.
THE LAUliKST BEST STOCK OF
WEST OF T1IF. MOUNTAINS,
OF OCR OWN MANUFACTURE, will he
found nt the MAMMOTH FOEHlTUKE ESTAB
0. G. HAMMER & SON,
The newest and most npprovod styles of Fine
and Medium Furniture, in lurgor variety than
any other house, at very reasonable prices.
Persons furnishing houses would do well to
write for our new circular, or when in I'llts
burgh wo respectfully solicit a visit to our
wareronnis. IKiu't forget the place,
46, 48 & 50 Seventh Avenue,
TV u -1 1 Tl '
We Clinllenire the World In prices for
the same quality of material and workman
ship of oiir good's. no!!"-8ni
ISO Sinlthfleld Street,
II ANt'FACTURERS OF
Tin, Copper ani Sheet Iron fare
Stoves, Clothes Wringers, Cntlerv, llrilanla and
lllock Tin ware, i!.naineiieu iiouow
Ware, Refrigerators, Ice Chests,
Water Coolers, Ice Cream
Free.er, Hird Ca
IIOl'SK FIT KXIHHIXO GOODS UENEK ALLY
WHOI.K8ALK AND 11 ETA 11..
Proprietors of tho
Patont Adjustable Stovo Shelves !
The most useful Invention of tlio age. Solo
Agents lor SPEAK'S WOKLD HKNOWNKD ANU
Anthracite Coal Heating Stoves.
Sole Agents for the
TOM THUMB CARBON OIL COOK
Thin 111 tin Slnvf Is the Wonder ol tho l)av. and
the only article of tlio kind Unit will give you
entire satisfaction. u5'J-lui
QR00EES' GOODS a Specialty.
KEEP Till: BLOOD PURE
And tho health of the system
Will follow. Thero is u prepara
tion of Iron and Poke float
mora eflcetunl than oil others,
which will remove from your
system the impure and vitiated
blood which causes d tseose, and
ot the same time Imlld up your
health and strougth Itnevi
falls to tar. If you have
es of 1I10 Eyes) or liars, or
Heroin 1st la any form. Vet
ler, While Dwelling, Old
tores. I'leerm, or Hcroluloiis
Inflammations, you can roly
011 being oured wltli this prepa
ration known as nr. 4'rook's
Compound Ayrnp of I'oUe
Root. Uhenmatlsm. Palna
In Limbs or Bones, Constltist
tlona brakeadown dv Mercu
rial or other poisons, nra all
cured by It. For HyphlUs, or
Hyphlliue mains. tuereisiioin
ln anuiU to 1U A trial will
prof e IU
BcautllY your Complexion.
So not ttse calnt orDowdnr. but got a more
permanent beauty by purifying your blood.
This preparation of Iron and l'okt Itoof
makes a rough and scaly skin soft mid smooth:
changns4hai sallow complex Ion to one of
freshness and health, and remove any Ernp
live Disease oflheftkln, Pimples, fus
tales, illolclies A Kruptious. 11 you wisu
rosy elieeksandaliealthy com iilt'Xlon.uso Dr.
Crook's Compound Byrup of 1'uUe llooU
(TWKXTV Tilors AND POLLA ItH) In I'ifml
inns, for Distribution biiioiik the W-W
WuUcrlbois of tht'
Tim miml.iie at 1mmtninS lll'fl BlwaVS 111
rrnasod when thu nuiniier of linmcs exceed
number calculated upon,
We now offer the following:
1 ruh Vrntnlnin nf 11.000
80 Cash Premiums of I00 each S.UIX)
(WHUun-wlndlnir WnUdios.lMciu'li s.HW
100 Cash Premiums of iO each 8,000
Stsi ' of 110 each a,000
loo ' " of r racdi
iisi at M each
11 l of W eai-.h
12TO Mlscellai.eous Pram's, i to flO earli.. 1,800
Making aTstal of TWO THOUSAND Prcml
Hins, worth TWENTY THOUSAND IOL
Vr anlMerllinr ihn niniltS 13.00 for S VOIir'
suliscription will have his name rn(tlstoroil,
will we nirnisiieii nv wurn man rn,i,i, kit
Ina-the date and number to which his naiiis
rirlstornd, said niimher lielng rciresnU!d by
HimllnnU 111 thn fllatrlhlltlou.
Agents sondlnsc 10 sninos and SO.OO at
time receive a free paper one year and have
tnnir names rogisteieu ss psrui:iau iur imc
8iolmen Conies, Postort, Premium Pamphlet
snd Subscription Blanks sent free to persons
desiring tbsm. Address
FABAN & McLEAN.
, .f CJOOlUOnti. ObK
II A At DEN FOUNDRY ;
Iho Hamden Foundry Company
lliivinu niirchiised thin well-known Vomwlrr.
at Hi Itn, Vinton County, Ohio, and ammlleil
it n ilh all the
tyles of Patterns and Ma
chinery, At frrcut expense, are now ninnufnctui lnKevei y
Hollow Wa ve, Pliiiu Keitvy Castings
for Inrnacet, Minttinfj, ntovts.
Grates, Fronts. Cn.no Mills,
Wauon Boxes, Plow.
AiiD 0A&TINQ3 CF LVEtll DESORiniO
Tlie uttentinn of tin.' mililic Is culled to the
great variety of
C0OK-& PARLOR STOVES!
Which thev are eniililcd to sell cIilhium' tluni
olsew heiu. The great advantage of jinn Imslng
Stoves at this Keundry la. you don't have to pay
exorhitiint prices i'l.rndil plates for repairs as
jmi on niu-n you pun iiase eiscw Here. A jfiiou
TinWare, Sheetlron&C unifaie
Kept on hand. This foundry lielng a
And the proprietors practical workmen, who
attend strictly to business, we can
Manufacture Our Own Goods,
And sell them direct to the people utlhe whole
side prices at which the same kooiIs are oll'cred
hy Vliituu County denims. II you want a good
article at u low price, kIvouh a call.
Highest price paid old iirass, Copper, and
Scrap I roil.
1'ursons desiring Castings for 1'atent Uights
will please send iin their orders.
RKPAIRINQ of all kinds neatly done.
HAIDKN VOlIViniY COMPANY,
September 2S.imi ' Keail's Wills 1. O.
OHIO & MISS. RAILWAY,
Is the shortest, quickest and
only lioad running its entire
trains tlirongli to
ST. LOUIS AND LOUISVILLE
Our arrangements and con
nections with all lines from St.
Louis and Louisville are perfect,
reliable and complete for all
This is the shortest and Lest
route to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph, and
to all points in Missouri, Kansas
Through Tickets find full in-
ormation as to time and fare,
can be obtained at any ll. it.
Office or our office in Cincinnati.
E. GALLUP, Gen, lCast Pas. Agent,
W. 1$. HALE, Gen. Pass, and Ticket Act.,
Beware of Counterfeits 1
JOB MOSES' 81 VYMilLP'8
art tsuruivtly oonitTisrsiTSD. UUIumtit Drug
gun tndeavor null tlu counttrftlti tomato gnaur
profit: Tht fenuint have thtnameaf iooMonen
ontacn pactare. Auoiwr arm inormiwi m.iu.iun.
Tht ossoiss Pills sr unfailing in the ours of all
those painful snd dangerous diseasss to which ths
female constitution lsiub.leot. Ther moderat all
loesses and remoTS all obstructions, from wnst-
thcT r psrtlculurly suited. They will in a short
time hrlng on the raonthr period wlthreruhuity;
snd although very powerful, contain nothing hurt
ful to the conititutlon. In all cases of Nervous and
Bplnal Affections, rains in ins dock inn liuioi,
Fntlirne on slight exortlon, Palfltatlonof the Heart.
Hysterics ana wnurs, inej win eueci our wuen
all other means hwa failed. Ths clrouuvrs around
sea package give run directions ana aavice, or
will be sent free to all writing for them, sealed
from observation. .
N. B In all cases when ths oiscms cannot be
obtained, One Dollar enclosed to ths Sole Proprie
tor, JOB MOSES, 18 Oortlandt St., New York, will
lnwre a bottle of ths gtnutnt, containing fifty
Pills, by return mall, security teaM from any
knowledge of lta eon tents.
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES.
HH.YANH PULMONIC WATMNS
CnreOocnHS, Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis, Boss
TnsoiT, Hoisssssss, UirriouLT Ussatdiso, Is
oiriBKT Comsosptios asd Loso Dissasis. They
have no taste of medicine, and any child will take
them. Thousands have been restored to health that
had before dospalred. Testimony given In hundreds
of cases. Ask for BKTAN'H PULMONIO WAFERS.
Vrlreaiicen speroex. iunuua3,rroprie
torJS CortlnnrttB-rwct, New York.
THlfCREAT FRENCH REMEDY.
DEIiA'WATl TIE'S PPKOTFTC PILLS.
Preimrod br J. OAUANCIIiail
no. Kit Kuo AminDaru, runs.
These pills are hlplily rocommendod by ths entire
tr ol Fronee sui mo very De.irrruiMiy
11 esses of 8nermatorrhos, or Seminal Weak-
ness; Nljrlitly, Daily or Prrmantr Emissions; Bei-
Uftl WenKnessoril'iporfnry,- nonKiiensBTisiiiKirum
SeoretHabltsandrteinsl Excesses ;RlaiatUmot ths
OenttAl Orirsns; Weak Spins; Deposit in ths Urine,
and all the jjhaetly trsln of Diseases ariilnir from
Overuse or Excesses. They cure when tllother rem
edies fall. Pnmphlet of Ailvice In eerh box, or wlU
be sent rose toeny aaaress. rnrn a i per uox.
Bent by niSll, wriily tented from all obtervation, on
Koarnj 'ot nrioe. O80AB O. MOSB8, 18 OosTLASOT
(it., nsw vosK.Doie ueum juvuv iw aiuwiuh.
AS HOLIDAY PRESENTS,
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Wuciui recoiiiincnd tlie I'ollnwiliU Vocal Col
lection ol'clioice riaunSoiiKs: "hliinlnit Lights,"
(snr.ied sutiirs;) "t. olden i-arns," s. I. anil
II.: "lliuirth and Home." "Hreslilo Kcboes,1
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A so I he toiiowiiiir instrumental limed nus
"Falrv Fingers." "Mngie llrcle," "Young
Pianist," and "rcnrl Diops," lour easv il-
leellons. "Musical Kecreatliins," "I'leasiint
Jleniorles," "(iohlen l lilines," unit " Hi illliuit
tienis," for mora advanced players. I'rice of
each book, 11.75 In boards; fi In ninth; 14.60 In
uloih and gilt. -
Htriuiss' Waltzes, (ask for Voters' Kditlon.l In
1 vols.,S4 each in hoardH; (5 in cloth. XovollrVs
Clieaii Kdltlnn of l'inno-Korto (.'lassies, eouslst-
mgoi nieiinoiNsonn'scnmiuotii wnrKH in 4 vols.,
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NATURE'S GREAT F.EMEDY,
Til It OAT AND LUNGS I
It is (riiitil'vlng to us to Inform the public,
that Dr. I.. O. (.'. Wlshart's l'ine Tire Tar
Cordial, for Throat and I.mijf Disrates, has
iraineil mi euvinldo ruimtntiini from the At
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olllce. While lie publishes liws, no say ourie
porters, he isuiialile tosup)dy the deuiand. It
gains mid holds its reputation
Flint. Not by stopping cough, but hy loos
ening ami assisting nature to throw on the
unhealthy matter cnllei teil about the throat
and bronchial tubes, ichivli iiiimmivritiitloH.
Second. It removes tho huso of irritation
(which produces tout;)!) of the lnucoiis ineiu
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Third. It Is free fiomsipillls, lobelia, Ipecac
an l opium, of which most throat and lung
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soothing c If crt on the stoiiiacli, acts on the
liver anil kidneys, and l inpluiHc and nervous
regions, thus leai'ilinir to every part of tho
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Il.acli Kccat n. .. Ii ;f ... ' J i. r.livi i'llo-.ln
Wlllllll ll;Slill,OI III in 1 1 1 .t. Illl ll IS Ol' Mill
woi Id, sin pnci. ill woiiiU. .Iu ii.osi eitiataaiiiit
iiiliaclis of em biinliiiciii. iliMiiiius mid
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explain. True. lluVe iiicilicines elleel the
most iiiiiinMiuiHCiiiis, nun lesuue cue uyinir m
life, mid n lieve t lie most wieti lied pitin-htif-ferlng
victim of tils tort in es, in fn.ni i-ut to
tireuly minuICK, anil iillhimgli they know some
of ihu ingreiileniMif their ci nipnHilion, mid Dr.
Haclwav has published theiil foiliiula (with
lioldiniionlv two newly discovered nsiU), still
....... v." 1. i 1.' t;ul. .....1 A .noell'dl,
milll r renin, uui iiiiiii, iuiinu i,.... j ...... . -
choiniHtsiiiid pliiiiiiiaceiitisU ulteily lull Willi
the same ingredients us pii'i nicd by them. Tlio
..I .iy- I, ii.ii i iii-Ki. u'iitiili-i-f ill I'L'iiu dies
are cmislauilv tu lilc ing, lies in Hie great se
erel of coiuliining Hie ingredienlH tngetlicr,
aiterexeieiniiiif in. e cine . m icc.uiih hi.iiiib
and genuine loots.
i...i. .. .....i..,d ..r M.i',. n i liioniuttv ns the
f A IISA I' A Itl I.l.l'AN H !( U.V l.NT, IfEADY
IIKl.IKF.lt IIADWA I'H I I l.i is, mi' Wiiniiui
piiia.lil ill tin' liisloi.i of Jli'i.icn.i. fi.r there
mi. sniiii. I nlii mil ies n ml ilixi uses lllll t lire con-
niilereil as incnuilile. anil sine dill h. Yctlho
must iisiiuiniling fin. h iiavc Iumi inline turn
these i i nn ili.'s of some diseases linn have nev
er In on known lei lie l ined liv ineilicine.
IINSt IMI'J ION, M Kol l I A, WliITE
SU I'.LI.INti, Tiiiiiii'h iu Iho U ouili, Htoiniich,
OMii k'f.liiiwels, Blight's Disiine of the Kul
ni's that have been piouoi.iiccd liicinalile,
( uiiceis, I IceiN Hwellings, Mm e In ilieltlad-
ilii.l nleiiloiist oncieliiiis, l leers unit Horesii
tli.i llnncH, Itickets ho ilciplv seated tliat no
oilier mi did lies have keen known In rillih,
ha ve been cmtil by ihe HAIiKAI'AKII.LIAN
HESOI.V KNT.aitiedbi tlie 1,'EADY KhLlhK
mid I I I.I s.
Palsy, Paralysis, Iiy titiiigciio that tlucii:
ensn living liiiiih-rnil.v iiuiing awny of Iho
limbs ami llesh Hinbeles, Involuntary I'is
ehargo of Waler, Kungi in. tlio llliuliler (llu
l';iiiierii'Mipiiieon s intense), i orturniK pains
when discharging mine, ltilEl'M A'llSM,
(iOUT.NEUKALUIA each and every one ol
tliesu eompiiiinis iniuiKU mil a lew in uie
iiiiiny other discuses, liiiilway'uSni siipai illliiii
Kesiiiveni huh cinuii huh iniiiii.
parts of the world.
Inono word, iinv disease no matter under
what name designated, Hint is nourished or
incieaseil by had, impure, deiiraveil, weak,
thin, watery or poisoned blood can be cured
bv ltADW'AY'8 SAKHAPAltlLLI AN ItE
Hbl.YENT Dr. Railway ft Co. have never elnlnied one
liuiidrctli part of tlie curative virtues for their
remedies as isascribed to them by tlio people
who hnvo used them; for bear in iiiinil, only
such discuses and riimplainlH as Dr. Itudway,
after successful trcntiuunt with tlieir remedies
knew thev would eine, wero eiiuinerated in
tlieir ciinitive list, so Hint many of the extraor
dinary rnes that have been ro ported awaken
ed as much astonishment in tlio discovery of
their remedial agents as iu those who had been
rescued from death, and iniidi) whole and
As many persons discredited their extraor
dinary power, from tho fact of their disaii
liointineut in thouscof other advertised reme
dies and somo believed it impossible for
simple medicines nitulo only from vegetable
substances roots, herbs, &e. should possess
such marvelous power. Yet they am readily
comprehend that tho simple grnsses of the
Held, after undergoing tho chemical process of
instillation designed bv nature in thu cow mm
churn, furnishes us with butter certainly tho
most abundant fat, caloric or heiit-miikfng
bono, tissue, muscle, sinew and blood-making
coiiHtitiicnts for the liiiinan body.
But when those people who first doubt tho
t'lllenrv of these remedies commence their use,
t hev become tlieir most earnest advocates.
THE ONLY SAKE ft NUKE ItEMKDY KOH
TAl'K, PIS, ft WOHJISOF ALL KINDS.
OVARIAN TUMOR CURE.
Never bus a medicine taken Internally, been
known to have cured Tumors, either of tlio
Womb, litems. Ovaries or Bowels; the knifo
lias been tlie sole reliance in the hands of ex
perienced surgeons; but Dr. ltndwny's Snr
siipiirilliaii settles this question. It has cured
over twentv persons of Ovarian Cysts and
Tumors, as' well as Tumors in tlio l'.iwcls,
Uterus, Womb, Liver, Dropsical Effusion,
Ascites, unci Calculous Concretions.
Tumor of 18 Years firowth Cured liy
Bkvkiii.v. Mass., July 18, leoa.
Ph. liAliWAY: I hnvo had Ovarian Tumor
in the ovaries and bowels. All the doctors
said there was no help for It. 4 tried every
thing that was recommended, but. nothing
helped me. 1 snw vour ltesolvent und thciiiKht
I would try it, but liiul no faith in it, because
I hail suffered for 14 yeurs. I took six bottles
of tlie ltesolvent, ono box of Hallway's Pills,
and usod two bottles of your lieuily Itelicf.and
there is not a sign nf it tumor to lie seen or
felt, and I feel better, smarter and happier
than I have for 14 years. Tlio worst tumor
was Iu tlie left side of the bowels, over the
groin. 1 write this to you for tlie benelll of
others. You can publish it if you t boose.
11 ANN All P. KXAPP.
AN IMPORTANT LKTTER
From n prominent gentleman and resident of
Cincinnati. Ohio, for the pust forty years well
known to the newspaper publisher! tliniiigh
iiut tlio United States:
NKW York, Oct. 1 1 tit, 1870.
lilt. IUnwAY Dear Sir: 1 am induced hy ii
sense of dtitv to tlie atiDcrlng to make a brief
statement of'tlie working of vour medicine on
invself. Pur sevenil years I have been alllict
eif with some trouhle'iii tlie bladder anil urlii
ii rv flYgnus, which some months a no culmina
ted in n most terribly allllcting disease, which
the physicians all said was spasmodic stric
ture iii thu nretbii, as also Intiiiiniitiiin of the
kiduevs and bladder, and gave it ns their
opinion that iny age ol years would prevent
iv ever getting radically cured. I hud tried
a number of plivsicians, tiud hud taken a liirxo
ipiautitv of medicine, bolh allopathic and lio
inieopitt'hic, but got mi relief. I had read of
astonishing cures having been liinclu by your
remedies; and some four months niro I read tl
notice In the Philadelphia Saturday Evening
Post of a cure having been effertud on a per
son who had long been suffcringns I liad been.
1 went rlgb' nil and got some of each your
Snrsiiimriiliiin Resolvent, Heady Belief, and
Hegiiiiitlng Pills and conimc need Inking
tlimii. In three ilavs 1 was greatly relieved,
mid now feel ns well as ever.
.1. V. .IA.MKS, ( Ini liinatl, O.
Pi Ice one dollar per Isittle. Sold by Drug
irisls everywhere, and tit Dr. ICiuiwily's, No. 84
Wurren, cor. I lunch St.. N. Y.
HADWAY'S BEADY 11ELIEFI1
Cures the worst I'lilns In fiiim 1 to 50 minutes!
BWfSire ONE HOUR lifter reading this
aim-rtiscineul need any one suffer with pain.
KADWA 1".V XKAJJ)' JiKLlEr
Is a cure for even pain. It was thu llrst and
Is the oulv Pain Remedy that Instantly stops
the most excruciating pains, allays iiillaimun
tions, and cures eouxestions, whether of the
Lungs, Stomach, Bowels or other glands and
organs, bv one application, iu from one to
twenty minutes. No mat tor how violent or
excruciating tlio pain, tho Rheumatic, Bed
ridden, Iiilliin, Crippled, Nervous, Neuralgiu
or prostrated with disease may suffer,
It A DM' A rs RKADY RELIEF
Will afford instant case!
Inflammation of tho Kidneys, Inllaiiiniatinn of
thu Bladder, Inflammation of tlie Bowels,
Congestion of the I.uiikm. Horn Throat, Dlfll
cult Breathing, Palpitation of the Ileal t.llys
tcric.s, Croup, Hlptliei'iii, Catarrh, Inlliienza,
lleniliiche, Toothaclio, Neuralgia, Itliuuma
tism, Colds, Chills, Ague ( hills.
The application of the Heady Itelief to tho
part or parts where the pain or illlllculty ex
ists will afford ease and comfort.
UO Drops in a half tumbler Water will,
Ina few minutes, cure (.'romps. Spasms, Hour
Stomach, Heartburn. Hick Headache, Uliir
rhcen, Dysentery, Colic, Wind in thu Bowels,
and all Internal Pains.
Travelers should always carry n hotllo of
Hallway's Relief with them. A few drops In
water "will prevent sickness or pnlns from
change of water. It Is better than French
Ilraiicly or Bitters ns a stimulant,
FEVIBia .A. IN" ID -A.GTJ23.
Fever ami A (rue cured for fiO cents.
There is not n remedial agent In tills world
that will cure Fever and Aguo, mid all that
malarious. Billions, Scarlet, Typhoid, Yellow
and other Fevers (aided by Railway's Pills) so
tpiiek as Railways Keaily 'Relief. 60 cents per
PERFECT PUKGATIVE PILLS
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coaled, for tho
cure of all disorders of thn Htoinacli, Liver,
Bowels, Kidneys. Bladder, Nervous Diseases,
Headache, Constipation, Costlveuess, Indiges
tion, Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Dillons Fever,
Iiillamiiiution of the Bowels, Piles and all de
rangements nf the Internal Viscera.wariaiited
to effect a positive cure.
I'IRELY VEGETABLE. Containing no
Mercury, Minerals, or deleterious drugs.
afctyohscrve thu following symptoms re
sul Ling from disenscs of the digestive organs: '
Constipation, Inward Piles, Fullness of tho
blood to the llcad, Acidity of the Htoinnel , .
Nausea, llcnilbiirn, Disgust for food, Full
ness or weight In the Pit of the htomacl',
Swimming of tlio Head, llurrlod and illlllciiU
llreathlng, Fluttering nt the Heart, Choking
or Huu'ocnling Hensationi when inn lying Pos
ture, Dimness of Vision, Dots or WebsTief ore
the Hight, Fever and Dull Pain In Ihe Head,
, Deficiency In Perspiration, Yellowness of tlie
Hkin mid Lyes, Pain in the Hide, Chest, Limbs
and Sudden Flushes of heat, Burning liv tlio
Flush. A few doses of Railway's Pills will
free the system from all tlio shove disorders,
Price AS Cents per Box,
UADWAY ft CO., M Warren cor Church 8t.
(OhyKcsd Fulse and True, Rend ono letter
stump to Radway ft Co., No. 1)4 Warren', cor.
Church Ht., N.Y.. Information worth thou.
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