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The HcArthur. Enquirer.
J. W BOWKN, tdltor and l'uMJab
1 Mo.itlTUUIt, OHIO," . JANUARY" tt,
Some Reflections on Marriage.
"it is , the experience of all
time, and no doubt of. all peo
pies, that men and women are
made for each ; other, and are
-very often brought together by
a rroviuence they cannot ac
count for, and they can never
be separated in their souls any
more. A young man goes into
, a room ot an .evening with
heart as free as an unmated
swallow, and comes out of it
sixty minutes after, a captive
for life, and the maiden knows
what the youth knows, and her
heart says amen to the revela-
tion, though it may take her
some time to say it with her
"I have a friend,'' . says a
credible writer, "a man of great
intelligence, who told that he
. was in the middle of the Pacific
on a voyage, he saw a face in
a dream, and it was the face of
his future wife. He went thro
many adventures after that,
was away about seven years,
came back, went home, went
to a quarterly Quaker meeting
in Totterham, and there saw in
a Quaker bonnet, for the first
time with his human eyes, the
face he had seen in his dream.
The maiden became his wife,
and 1 never saw a happier pair
on the earth, or a sweeter home
or children, and I have no
doubt of the perfect truth ofi
All true marriages are made
Any true observation of the
life we are living will bring the
assurance that marriage of this
sort are by no means so few' as
cynics and satirists would like
us to infer.
"If," says a most respectable
clergyman, "from thirty to forty
years of intimate observation,
in two widely separate sections
of society two1 worlds, and the
intimacy of a minister beside
can be of service in forming an
opinion, it is mine that a great
preponderance of the men and
women who become husbands
and wives, find their matches
the one human being they need
i it n it
to make up tue lull measure,
so far of their life, in the man
or woman they marry. It is
possible they may not find what
I may call their ideal man or
woman the wonderful persons
the romances can make so
much better than the Lord of
Life makes us, as the pictures
of a fashion plate are finer than
the portraits of the masters.
When we form our taste on
this sort of standard, Ave are
likely to be disappointed, and
ought to be."
The possibility of husband
and wife falling out is in some
way to be expected in what
' we cannot' well foresee, and it
is not best we should. It may
be health, or temper, or habit
it is no matter, there must be a
trial of our faith in each other,'
as there is of our faith in re
ligion. No man or woman has
any business to ent?r this inti
mate oneness of life and soul
without such an expectation.
When the lark soars and sings
1 over a mountain tarn, his sha-,
dow is as deep in the water as
his soaring is as high in heaven.
Wise old Bishop Taylor says:
"Marriage has in it less of
beauty than single life, but
more of safety. It is more
merry, hut alas! more sad. It
is fuller of joy, hut also of sor
row. It lies under more bur
dens, but is supported by the
strength of love, so that these
burdens become delightful.
Something like that is to be
expected in the very nature of
i things. It is to be found as
'the shadow cast by the truest
' and purest light that ever
shines in a home. The sweetest
,' wife that ever lived has said
things to her husband scores of i
times that she would allow no
pother human being to say about
Vhira: orr once for all, that third
.nerson must hear a piece of
'.ier mind, if it were even in a
''a church; and the truest hus
' band will make his will known
,.to his wife in tones so imperi
ous that if he ' heard ' another
.'utter them to the same woman,
"it would bring him leaping, like
" a leopard, at tlio fellow who
dared to speak so to the mother .
of his children." .' '
It is stated that the Na
tional debt has increased iu the
'montVof December $1$8;S07.
The Use of Riches.
Whether rich or poor, it is
our duty to be economical in
the use of mouev. Extrava-
gance is sure, sooner or later,
to prove the ruin of those guilty
of it ; If it does not bring pov
erty and want, it must make
the head of the family a slave
tl f i I Y
mi mm witn anxiety ana
care make his life a burden
and bring him down with sor
row to the grave, a poor heart
ii i i
DroKen, disappointed man.
Wives and children whose ex
travagance of dress and parties
are wasting thousands of dol
lars annually, know little of the
sleepless , nights and terrible
headaches their follies bring
upon those whose lives are de
voted to making them happy,
And, alas, what folly to sup
pose that they can be made
happy by such excess 1 They
are but filling their lives with
sorrow and disappointment.
Men worship mammon, and
women worship fashion, and
between the double idolatry the
world is filled with sorrow. Let
us ask the rich man how far
his wealth has contributed to
his , happiness. . Has it saved
him from pain, from weariness,
from sleepless nights, from sick
ness or from the fear of death ?
Has it made him contented, or
reconciled him to the certainty
or solemnity of a coming judg
ment; 13ut God can enrich
the soil with that "pure so
tried in the fire," which will
ward oft sorrow and brins: sub
stantial and permanent bliss.
Let us pray for the riches of
faith, of humility and a con
tented mind, as the certain steps
to honor and a contented life.
An obscure Englishman has
anticipated Yankee genius in
cheapening this beautiful and
useful instrument, for the bene
fit of the million. There, is a
man who sometimes stands in
Leicester Square, Londou, says
Household Words, who sells
microscopes at a penny eacu.
They are made of a common
pill-box, the bottom taken out
and a piece of window-glass
substituted. A small eye-hole
is bored in the lid, and thereon
is placed the lens, the whole
apparatus being . painted black.
These microscopes are fully as
effective as much more costly
instruments sold m the shops
An eminent microscopist, who
examined some of them, found
that their magnifying power
was twenty diameters. , The
cost of a lens made of glass, of
such a power, would be seventy
five cents or a dollar. On cut
ting one of them in two, it ap
peared that the lens was made
of Canada balsam, a transpar
ent gum. The balsam had been
heated, and carefully dropped
into the eye-hole of the pill
box. It then assumed the
proper size, shape, transparency,
and polish of a very well ground
glass lens. The ingenious mi
croscopist has made and sold
these cheap little instruments
for fifteen years.
The Pulpit's Power.
If the pulpit is really God's
men, or a
main feature and met hod of the
divine agencies, it will ho con
inued as such, and not the
seven - sons of Sceva will be
found in it, with pyrotechnics
but preachers of the word of
God by the Spirit of God. For
the real power of the pulpit is
God, not man, and in the
manifestations of divine truth,
taught by the . Holy Spirit, and
not of philosophic, or scientific,
historical ' truth, discovered
generalized by human genius.
This, then, is the secret of
prayer namely, the - co-pres
ence and co-operation of the
Spirit ofr God i along with the
truth' of God,' presented with
hearts set on fire with it to
other .hearts for the same con
flagration. Wherever there is
this "fire 'there will be power,
the' acknowledgement and
admiration of -it But- if the
Holy Spirit is neglected, and
absent, nothing can be more
uninteresting than religious
truth'; "for "the natural man re
ceived .not the ..things of the
Spirit of God but they are fool
ishness unto hint. And , if,
over and above this, nothing
a. jui.tura jinau .presents
thenrthen 'they must be doubly
foolish and mysterious they
as" the dead 1 'coloring 1 of
transparency presented by the
showman without its anterior
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awl hope by promptneM and strict
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GRAPE VINES, Ac,
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XIV AFmii, 1878.
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Jjiscellaneoui Hardware. '
. . MA.TFACTU11EB8 OP
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Ware !
Stoves, Clothes Wringers. Cutlery, Ilrltanla
and Illork Tin Ware, Enamelled Hoi
low Ware, Refrigerators, Ice
Chests, Water Coolers,
lee Cream Freo
Furnishing Good tlenerally.
Wholesale and Retail. 1
, , Proprietors of tho .
Patent Adjustable Stove Shelves
most useful invention nf the age. Sole
Agent for H PEAK'S WOULD ItXNOWKKD AND
Anthracite Coal Heating Stoves!
' ' . ; . Solo Agents for the !
Tom Thumb Carbon Oil
--Cooking - Store !
This litlld Stove Is the Wonder of the Dnv.
and the only article of tut kind tbut will give
you entire satisfaction.
GROCERS' GOODS A SPECIALITY.;
Jan. Mil .
JgSTABlISHED IN 1838,
. la LAMEST AND llltBT J1TOC Of
pin IV IT U R
, West 0 the mountains,
of oirn OWN MANUFACTURE, will bt
found at tho MAirifOTlT PHRITITHRP. V.ATAB-
C. Q. HAMMER JS6 SON,
The newest and moot apnrorail styles of Fine
and Alodium f urniture, in larger armly than
any other house, at verr reasonable nrlces.
Persons furnishing houses would do well to
writo for our new circular, or when In Pitts
burgh we respectfully solicit a visit to our
wareroomi, won't forget the place,.
46, 48 & 30 Seventh Avenue,
We ChallMiira th lVnrl,! In' nrliM tnr
sumo uuiiiuy 01 aieri:u lino; workman
ship of our goods. novl-Sm
FURNITURE. . ''- ' ,
LEMON & WEISE,
The old and well known irm of lemon ft
WoliM), of WXTSBUBOH, fZ, KmuUm$n
i ... ..... ., j I , .
Cabinet Furniture and Ohairs,
- .. ; -niviiisuviD to...
m' HI FOUETH AVENUE,
Ounoalte their Old Hlsml.
Whers the continue the butlness In all its
OLOE8TJN THE STATE.
" 'B. j: BROWN &C0..
116 Bmlthflold St., Pittsburgh, Fa. ( ,
Collect Pensions. Ttnuutlni. Vrtu
Ac. Special attention nsld In susnnndMt
rejected claims. Applications fcymatl K
tended to as If made iu person. . noTS7-9w
The Hamddn Foundry Company
urchascd this well-known Foundry,
WV .IttlllUVII. . .11,114
plied It with all the
en, Vinton County, Ohio, and sup-
Iikttit Btjfei' oJt FtjofM.j ksd Jlaolinery.
At great expense, are now manufacturing
every description of
HOLLOW WARE. PLAIN HEAVY CAST
INGS FOK FURNACES, SlIAKflNU,
STOVES, URATES, FRONTS,
CAN EMI LLM, W AGON
And Castings of Every Description.
The attention of tlu public Is called to the
great variety of
COOK AND PAELOE STOVES!
Which they are enabled to sell cheaper thau
elsewhere. The great advantage of purchas
ing Stoves at this Foundry Is, you don't have
to nay exorbitant prices for odd plates for re
pairs as you do when you purchase elslwhere.
A good assortment of
rVXHT "W AEE,
Sheet Iron & Copper Ware
Kept on hand. This Foundry, being a
And the nronriotors nrnctirnl workmen, who
aiiena strictly to uuslucss, we can
Manufacture : Our Own Goods
And sell tbcm direct to tho peoplu at the
wholesale Drives at which the same irooils are
vucrcu vy niton uuniy uciiicis. 11 yu
wnui a goou article iu a low price, give us
Highest price paid for old Brass, Copper,
ami scrap iron.
Persons desiring Castings for Tfttcnt Itlghti
win piease semi us men-orders.
Repairing of all Kinds Neatly Done.
HAMDKX FOVXDRY C031PAXY,
September 85, 1873. Reed's Mills P. O.
Patentee and Manufacturer of
SAW AND GRIST IVJILLS
Head Blocks, Post-Holo Eorors, &c,
Clarksburg, West Va.
THE Grllt Millu. hpinir nnrlnl,l nr., nn
., , I O 1 ' , "w -
iron x rsiuv, ami
STRONO, DURABLE, EFFICIENT,
And tho best Mill ever made for all kinds of
grinning; can be easily attached to Saw Mi s
or any other power, and warranted to grind
nour ami Meal or n superior mmlitv at
greiiMir rule oi speed tuuii any outer juiii,
without heating or other diftlcnlty the
WCiellt.bcinir 1.41)0 noiinils. orrnmlnir milvS
feet square on the floor. Will grind SO to t'O
uunuvia iwruuur. ii wnnin uni ty (lays, me
mniuuo uoi prove saitsiaciorv, it nuiv lie n
turned and money nnd nil charges refunded.
Hart's Post-Hole Borer,
Is guaranteed to make two holes lo
one of any other; does its work raj-
juijr nuu penccuy.
SAVES ITS COST
IN ONE DAT!
No fault can be found with It after
triaL Bent to nuy one ou trial who
will send me the endorsement of the
rost Master. Agents wanted.
IRA II ART. '
Clarksburg, W, Vn.
Farmers and others can seo the
Post-Hole Borer at the Knqviber
And the health of the Bystei
Hon of Iron and Poke itot
mora effectual than all other
which will remove from yot
ftystom the Impure nnd vitiate
blood which causendlsense, an
at the same time build up yon
t( ' i rsn (o nr. jr you Imv
3 1 MrofaI,HrrnIoii ieui
ij Scrofula in may form, Tai
rea. Ulcers, or Kerof iilon
laflammaUeni, you can rel
on being oured, with this props
ration known aa Dr. Crook'
Componixl Syrnp of I'ok
KoC UneoniatUm, Pain
1st Ilmbsor Uonps,('onstltn
lug equal to it A trial vfj
prove It. w
Beautify your Comnlcxinn.
Do not use paint oroowdnr. but om.
Permanent beanty by purifying your bloot
his preparnUon of froa aatl Poke Itoo
makes a rough and scaly ski o softandsmooO
monies that (allow complexion to ono t
TeshneMand health. end nmnAinvi.'...
Me lfM Of the Mkln, Piiuples, Put
tala,lllotlMsKrHptlon. If yon wis'
phMksoud EeBithf .eoniplexioii uso l)i
Jrook's Compound bytuf) oi Volf a tooU '
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Agent lor Vinton County. Htato of Ohio. W
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Keeps a large supply on hand, and Is ready to
nil order and establish sub-agents in laid
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October W, 19!.-in
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IIAVIXO been engaged in tlio study and
nnctlco of Dentistry for fifteen years, and a
oral practitioner iu Jacksnn for six rears.
aud having availed myself of nil Hie
Kodem Improvcmeiits In Cental Eoicuce.
would respectfully say to the citizens of
ftlcAl'tlllll' Slid vieinitv llilit I urn fnllv nro-
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Work as irnod as tho best, rersons coiiilnir
irnin a (liHtnnce wishing toreniulii until tlielr
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ETUSH SpJIA Y AND ELECTRIC1TI
Used iu cxti actlnir teeth, lunilurinir their ex
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May IB, 187-My.
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Madam LrciLLE Demahke, Iliblc IIouso Sta
tion, N.Y. I)cc.4-ly
HE "LIGHT MiMIISP"
in lo flirllt
Ma heal'. Kin. Hat
chine. Prove f
let the niton- C.
r nnd sell it,
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I'T J urn
TO BRIDGE BUILDERS.
Notice Is hereby given that soaled proposals
will be received at tho Auditor's Olllco, In
MeArthur, Vinton county, Ohio, until o'clock
r. M., on
Monday, the 10th Day of Febru
ary, A, D, 1873,
For the building of
TWO COVERED BRIDGES
Across Middlo Fork of Salt Crock, in Illch
Inud Township, in said County.
One Brliluro about one mllo west of Allens
vllle, near Enoch Butter's Mill, to be erected
at tho old bridge site, upon tho old abut
resilience of Harrison
south nf Allcnsvlllu.
Ljlo, about ,t mile
COMKACTOlt'S TO FURNISH ALL
Plans and Hpccitlentlons are ou file, for In
ouuiuuu, i. iuu iiiiiuior s uiuce.
Contractor's will bo required to give bond
ami security to the satisfaction of thncountv
Commissioners for the faithful performance
The Commissioners reserve tho right toro-
JUl.i llllj ur llll UHIS.
By order of County Commissioners.
VT. W. BELFORD,
A lulitor, Vinton County,
January 15, 18T3.4W.
Of Intention to Build County Infirmary.
NOTICE Is hereby given that tho Commis
sinners ot inton County, Ohio, Intend to
erect a iiuiiiiiug ior a County liillrinnry, ou
inu iiiiius inieiy pnrcnuscii ny satu Idniiiils
sinners oi Isaac luiom, lor lulirmnry purposes,
situate in Elk townshiii. of said rniintv.
Tlie said Commissioners have procured to be
uiniie oy im nrcniieci a lull, complete und nr.,
curate iiluu of said lnflrniury buildiuir, whicl
sum plan sliows all the necessary details of
mo worn to uo uone, and Hironls nil needful
Information to purtios who are expected to
bid thereon, und who nrn herebv lmltl tn
make bids aud proposals for the furnishing of
hiv mnui mi mill uui il.i ill lug cut Hie WOrit
iii uiu cousiruciion oi sain iniirmury bullill
Thesuid lilnn and snccilicntions nrn on III,
the Auditor's ollicu of said countr. nml
open tothe inspection of all persous'lntcrtstcd
In theexaniinution of tho saino.
The said Commissioners propose to locate
uiBKiiiii iiiimiiiiry uuiiding nnmeiiintclynortli
of the dwelling house on said In Urinary farm.
The several bids that may bo made 'for the
constructing of said Infirmary building will
bo opened nt tho Auditor's olllce, in suld
couutyui viutou, on
Friday, January 31st, A. D. 1373,
nt tho hourof So'clork P. If.; until which
nine Mini proposals ior tno same will he ro
ceived at the Auditor's olllce, and the con
tract awarded at that time, or ntu time timm.
after td which the said Comniissioiinra ahull
then publicly adjourn the consideration of the
Tim fill ill f'nmm iHulmwies ...III .Ida nn .i.
said 30th day of January, A. D. ltfi'3, before
ii miming nuy contract, near
PETITIONS FOR AND REMONSTRANCES
the proposed construction of said Infirmary
building nnd the location thereof.
uy order unnmlssinncrs of Vinton Conntv:
W. W. HEI.EOKD,
Auditor Vinton County.
January 8, 167-tl
BAPTIST DURBIN, of Knox county. Ohio,
""in I'uriiin. (ieorgo Durbin: .Inno, wife of
I'miiei jiuiii j iieoecca, vt no 01 iiins Asliburn
.James Dtirbin, Morns Durbin, Oeonro Dui'-
uiii. i.liu ll,:i ..(ii iiiii. i, him luc 1111,'llltl IK.lilo.
nun Diir inn, Joseph Durbin; Anora, wife of
, i V '"' "'"", uiiugnier of John
Durbin, deeenscd: and wife of and Marv,
ilmtirlilerof John Durbin. ilne.enx.1. n,i .. ;..
of ; WilliamTilillinirnr.nnil.ln-
..... ..... .i..s.i, n-HiiiniH ii, rayetio county,
Illinois: Anora, wife of Mlcluil Mntlnu-lv:
1 i.. -
wary, wife of Nathan Mntingly; Joseph Dur
bin, Alary Durbin nnd Emily Ilurbin, residing
ill MtmLlnimiii ixiuiilt. lll.i... l.'i:....i....i. - ..n
of Martin Enirlo: John Dm-lihi Willi...,.' n.
bin, Ueorge llurhln, Jnmes Trullenger; Mar
tha, wifii of Josoph Jleclitol; Louisa, wife of
Ohio; Francis Durbinnndriinrlon ri,,-i.i J.
Hiding iu Tuscarawas county, Ohio: Hiram
xru ii nicer, resn iinirm Aniiiniii,, ...... i ...,
Michael Trullinger, whoso place of reslidmce
in iinuiiuu, win uiKo nonce that I'atrick
of the county of Vinton nnd Slate of Ohio, did!
ivi-n v , v.et iiior oi .iiiiiies iinviiin . n.,,...
oinno i n day of January, A. D. 1873, Hie his
petition in the Court of Common Pleas, within
and fur said county of Vinton nnd Btnto of
Ohio, iigiiuist tho said persons hereinbefore
iiKiiiio Mien, iieicucuuiis, setting forth that ho.
i amen jveuy. was the duly appointed and
iiualilled executor nf tho last will find testa-
....Mb Ul Villi
J .lines Din-bin,
'deceased': that the
persons named in Ibis iu
fenilnnts in said action, wore n.biHvoa ,,f n,..
luni.c iuiii mane ue
said James Durbin. Ilviiiir ii, iim ,;,...,,. i.i
decease; that ho, Patrick Kellv, as executor.
Has disposed of nil tlio
bciiueiuhed in suid will as therein direeteif:
of said Jnmes Durbin, deceased, claims all
the balance of wild estate to the exclusion of
.... i n J ! , oi sain jnincs Durbin;
that in said will there is doubt and ambiguity
ns to who is eiititlod to loeeivo tho balance of
sind estate; and asking tho court for a con
struction of Mini will, mid for direction ns to
nli rL LW"Mh "w rt, cxeptitpr,
,Ni,id iielitlon will bo for hearln ft fit H,n Fl
IMllll'V form nf uiii.l ,.n....i " i ... .. .
" Yi ., " i ' "iiiiueuciiig r coru-
J...T mi, urns soon inorenrter as the same can
Uy John Mayo, his Att'y.
Beware of Counterfeits 1
job imses' 81 iwa&ft!w
art ettentimly ootntTiariiTin. DUhonat Druf
f mtay9T tew rns eounurjtta tomaktrreater
r'n'i'i 41" M'numt mayt ui pomeor JoD Itlosea
mm ratxagf. mu uinirtm written vntHUht
To osrdimi Pill, ars unfalllnin th ouri of i
ji vniuiui ana aingsroui aisnmss to wnlch th
lomals constitution ! sub.ieot. Thoy mndtrato til
vauvmvb Hua rguiovo omtracuotuj, iroat wast
TO MATtRTED IiADIES
they an particularly suited. Tliey will In a short
uruig gn nig moiuiiT porioa witn rerularlty t
and although very powerful, contain nothing hurt
ful to the constitution. In all cases of Nsryons and
Bplnal Affeotlona, Pains In tlm Back anil Llmbi.
N. B.-In all oaios where ths oiiniRi cannot be
ootalnnfl. One Dollar enoloeed to the 8pls Proprls
tw, JOD MOSES. IS Oortlan.lt St.. New Yorkwlll
nara & bottl of th
PUli, br rotyrn itihII, oeur$lv tcalti from any
1rnntorToA nf itm Mntantm '
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES'.
ARYAN'S PULMONIC WAFItTtS
vureiiouoiis. toi e, asthma, bronchitis, Bos
TimoA, Honies,lliiiOULt llsBATaisa. Is.
have no taste of mudlolne, and any
rnedlolne, and any phld Will Inks
nail before detnairnd. Testimony jrl
nave aeon restorea to nealth
n In hnnnrnds
of caeea. Ask for BRTAN'8 S
von in iinniirrui.
Price 3d cen'a per box. JOBMOS9, Pronrli
tor, 18 Cortlunilt Stroot, tiuw York,
THl? GREAT FRENCH REMEDY.
DELAlHATtTtK'S PPKOTPip PILLS.
Prcparodbr J. OABAN0IBRB
No. u Rue Lambard, raids.
Theae pllli are hlirlily recommended by tho entire
Medical Faculty of I ranos as tho very beat remedy
In all nines of Bpennatnrrhem, or Bernlnal Weak
nkWS ,NiBlitl)t.liillyorl'riaf'.EmUoloni Bex.
nal Weakness tttJmpflWici WeakiMX arieloirwont
Oenital Onrans ; Weak Hplne ; Uepoilli In tho Urlna,
and all theshutly train of Diseases artitni froia
Overnee or Bkoeatee. They eur. when all other rem-
edles fall. Pamphlet of Advice In each box, or wilt
sent Fojo tony addrees. .Price HI er Hox.
Bent by mail, or(l(fiitirom all obiervmlim, on
rncotpt of nnoe. OHOA B Q. MOSES, IS Oostlaip
St., Nir Yoaa, Sol, Oenaral Agent for America.
IIOOK. FPRTIIE MILLION !
marry 6i lh phf ftIoll
Wtii diMflriti in prfratn.ru Rn4 prvrtnUiti noiprl. 1
U w uj yvmmwiim tus uuinsnaivH, mw,
brti(wltb numaroui nurairiBfi, and MnUtnt valaablf
Tnim an iPMriR won n wv nanorea mmm
Id formation for inoaa vha ara Barritd.aroonUBeDlatamar-
I o fori
timi hii a dooi luatouint io m MpiunMr low ,
and kef, and otlald aariUaaljr about Ihtkouif.
IianBta.ni tba ixiMrUaoa and ad vie or a cbriltUn
VbiarpuiatlonIi norld-wtdt, and thonld b la ta prl
rata ttravorof tf try mala and faaala lbrouboal UiaaaUr
Cltba, H ambrAou attry Uilof the aubJaai of Iht (a
oratlrt Wiwn ihai U wertb invwttrl Mb bai i$
Jmi or, niip, uii(iiiwi,n,iaii,
ii, aioiiiii aiei
ITotico to tho'iffllctel ani VsibrtonAtt.
Vefbre appllnf to Hi, aalerlni oaaeii we adnrllM la
publle iBpTi,er u,las aoy quaoa rtoi4ltf ptfte llr
kiitu' wsrk ao malur wkal yoarflaaaM la, er mw aep Ur
able jour eundlilon.
Ir. Butu eoooBiri a leattt leiw f tealr.atva '
toomiil ilodorMS by sent .ft. ami aalcbrau. aM4t ,
eilprofMtorief lhl,ooualry aaS , a.4 .aa a. ,a. j
f ultd pcrieDBlljr er br naif, oa th.dlM.Mi M.ll. la
tl.wnrki, (lltio, and pirl.ri.N.. II N. IltkU, MfM,
rtw.es Markfl aat Olloasai, ! jmjt, J.
HyjUHci imd jff nlte. jhey Will effect a cor when
all other meanibivsftitni.'hs elroiilai-aarouai
each paokags srlvs full dlmflopi and''M4c',"l
Will be sunk frn, tA all wrlt.l., ft. V.. ....J
- --" . wnii, VWMHia
TISHAET'S FINE TEEE
TAR CORDIAL 1
NATURE'S GREAT REMEDY,
THROAT AND LUNGS!
It Is gratifying to us to Inform the public
that Dr. L. O. (J. Wlslmrt's Pine Tree Tnr
Cordial, for Throat and Lung Diseases, has
f;nlnedau enviable reputation from the At
untie to the Pari lie coast, and from thence to
somoof the first families of Europe, not thro1
tlie press alone, but by persons throughout the
Htntes actually benetltted and cured at his
oftlre. While ne publishes less, so say our re
porters, he Is unable to supply the demand. It
gains and holds Its reputation
First. Not by stopping cough, hut by loos
ening and assisting nature to throw off the
unhealthy matter collected about thethrout
and bronchial tubes, which, eauset irritation.
Second. It removes tlie cause of irritation
(which produces cough) of the mucous mem
brane and bronchial tubes, assists the lungs
to act and throw off tho unhealthy secretions,
and purines the blood.
Third. It Is free from squills, lobelia, Ipecao
ami opium, 01 wnicn most tnroac aim lung
remedies are composed, which allay coiigli
only, and disorganize Jlie stomach. It has a
soothing effect on tho stomach, acts on tho
liver aud kidneys, and lymphatic, and norvous
regions, thus runcding to every part of the
system, anil In its Invigorating and purifying
efforts it has gained a ruputation which it
must hold aliovo ull others In the market.
THE PINE TEEE TAR MEDIAL
WORITI SUGAR DROPS
Being under my immediate direction, thoy
shall not loso their curative qualities by the
use oi ciicup aim impure articles.
HENRY R. WISIIART, Prop'r,
FREE OF CHARGE
Dr. L. O. C. Wlslmrt's Office Parlors ar
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r consulting physicians of ccknowledireil nlill
uy. a ins opuonuuity is not oncrcauyauy
oiuur institution in tue city,
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rjHE ROMANCE OF CUBE I
The many evidences of extraordinary euros
that are dally reported as effected through
Beady Belief ami Perfect Purgntlvo Pills, In
written testimonials from all parts of tlio
world, surpass irl wonder tlio most extravagant
miracles of enchantment. Physicians and
medical men In all countries pronounce these
wonderful remedies a mystery, that neither
their science of analysis or chemical skill can
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mostninrvelouscures,nii(l restore the dy ins to
life, and relieve the most wretchod pain-suffering
victim of his tortures, in from one to
fwsnfy minutes, and although they kuowsome
of the ingrudiuntsof their composition, nnd Dr.
Kadway has published their formula (with
holding only two newly discovered roots), still
both t rench, German, English and American
chemist and pharmaceutists utterly full with
the same Ingredient as prepared by them. Tlio
great success, which these wondorful remedies
are constantly achieving, lies in the gront se
cret of combining tlio ingredients Kigelhor,
aftercxercislug duo care in selecting the pure
and genuine toots.
Such wondors of Modern Chemistry as tho
8AKSAPAR1LLIAN RESOLVENT, HEADY
BELIEF BADWAVS PILLS, are without
parallel in the History of Medicine, for there
are some infirmities and diseases that are con
sidered as inciirablo, aud sure death. Yet the
most astounding cures have been made thro'
these remedies of somo diseases that have nev
er been known to be cured by medicine.
awi?A'T1iON SCROFULA, . WHITE
SWELLING, Tumors In tho Wonib.'Stoniaeh,
Ovaries, Bowels, Bl ight's Disease of the Kid
neys that have been pronounced Incurable,
Cancers, Ulcers, Swellings, Stone in tho Blad
der, Calculous Concretions, Ulcors and Sores of
the Bones, Rickets so deeply seated that no
other mcdioines have been known to reach,
have been cured by the SAHSAPARILLI AN
KE,S2,L.NT llly tl' BEADY BELIEF
Palsy, Paralysis, Dry Gangone that threat
ens a living death daily rotting nwav of the
limbs and flesh Diabetes, Involuntary Dis
charge of Water, Fungi in the Bladder (tho
Emperor Napoleon's (lisease).Torturing pniim
IiUIU, NEURALGIA each aud every one of
these complaints though but a few of tho
many other diseases, Hadway'sSarsnparlllian
ltesol vent has cured nnd is daily curing in all
parts of the world.
in one word, any disease no matter under
what naino dosiirimtnil. Dm,, i. .,riui....i h
Increased by bad, Impure, depraved, weak,
thin, watery or noisoncd blond can be cured
A 1 o BAKSAPAltlLLIAN
Dr. Radway Co. havo never claimed ono
hiindroth part of tho curative virtues for their
remedies us is ascribed to them by the people
who havo used them; for bear In mind, only
such diseases and complaints as Dr. Radway,
aflersuccessful treatment with their remedies
knew they would cure, wore enumerated iu
their curative list, so that ninny of the extraor
dinary eases that have been reported nwaken
ed ns much astonishment in the discorory of
their remedial agents as in those who hnd been
rescued from death, and made whole and
Asmnny persons discredited tholr extraor
dinary power, from tlie fact of their disap
pointment in the use nf other advertised reme
dies and some believed It- impossible for
Bimplo medicines Hindu only from vegetable
substances-roots, herbs, etc. should ikisscss
such marvelous powor. Vet thoy can readily
comprehend that tho simple grasses of tlio
nold, after undergoing the chemical process of
distillation designed bv nature in the cow and
churn, furnishes ns with butter certainly the
most abundant fat, calorlo or lieat-miiking
bone, tissue, muscle, sinew nnd blood-inukiiig
constituents for the human body.
But when those people who first doubt tho
efficacy of these remedies commence their use,
they become their most earnest advocates.
THE ONLY SAFE & SURE REMEDY FOB
TAPE, PIN, & WORMS OF ALL KINDS.
OVARIAN TUMOR CURE.
Never lias a medicine taken internally, been
knowuto have cured Tumors, either of tlie
Womb, Uterus, Ovaries or Bowels; tho knifo
lias been the solo reliance in the hands of ex
perlencud surguons; but Dr. Railway's Sar
saparilliun settles tills question. ' Jt has curpd
over twenty persons of Ovarian Cvsts and
linnors, ns well ns Tumors in the Bowels,
Uterus, Womb, Liver. Dropsical Effusion
Ascites, aud Calculous Concretions.
Tumor of 18 Years' Growth Cured hy
Bkveiii.y, Mars., July 18, 1889.
Dr. Radway: I have had Ovarian Tumor
In tho ovaries nnd bowels. All tin. i,,i,,,u
said there was no help for It. I tried every-
uiiiiif unit was rccouimeiiiled, but nothing
helped mo. I saw your Resolvent and thought
I would try It. but had no faith In It. lii.eli ila
I had suffered for 13 years. I took six bottles
of tlio Resolvent, one box of Railway's Pills,
and used two bottles of your Ready Relief.nnil
there is not a sign of a tumor to bo seen or
felt, and I feel better, smarter and happier
than I have for 1 yearn. Tho worst tumor
was In the left side of Iho bowels, over tho
8toIu. I write this to Vol! fou till lumttlll .if
others. You cnu publish it if vou choose.
HANNAH P. KNAPP.
AN IMPORTANT LETTER
From a nroinlnont Pentium mi ami vi.ul.imit nl
Cincinnati. Ohio, for tho past forty years well
known to tho newspaper publishers through
out tho United States:
NKWoitK, Oct. lllh, 1870.
Dn. RADWAY Dear Sir: I inn liuliienil hv a
sense of duty to tho suffering to mnkc a brief
statement of tho working of vour medicine on
myself. For sevcrnl years I have been afflict
ed with some trouble In tho bladder nnd urin
ary organs, wnicn some months ago culmina
ted in a most terribly afflicting disease, which
the physicians all said was spasmodic stric
ture In the urotlin, as also Inllamation of the
kidneys and bladder, and gave it as tlielr
opinion tfiut i
ii'j Kp,i ye won r Ijrepnu
iigiadlcnflycureil, Iliad tried
my ever getli
a number of physicians, ami had taken a largj
quantity of medicine, both nllopntliic anil ho
inuiopathlc, but got no relief. 1 hail read of
astonishing cures having been mado by your
remedies; and some four months ago I rend a
notice In the Philadelphia Saturday Evening
Post of a cure having been effected on a per
son who had long been suffuvingnsl hnd been.
t went riKut on i
and irot some of eni'b vonr
Resolvent. Kcnilv Itellnf. nml
Pills aud commenced taking
ee dflvs I ivn iri.,iitiv v.u..u.r
. ....r ; . i, - - : ; ",
uuu uuw ivui n. n tTii tin ever,
Price one dollar iier Hot tie. vii'tr-
gists everywhere, and Rt Dr. Railway's, No. iii
Warren, cor. Church St,, N, V,
IRa IR. ir,.
BADWAY'S BEADY RELIEF!)
y. iuuii iiuei- renimig tins
advertisement need any one suffur with pain.
RARWAY'S READY RELIEF
Is a cure for every pnln. It was tho first nnd
s the only Pafli lleiilpdy (Jiflt 'itidl iily
themost excruc nt hip n n iil,.- i,ii,. ....':!."
tions, aud cures congestions, wlietlior of tho
Lungs, Stomach, Bowels or other irlnmi. .,,.!
organs, by one application, in from one to
twenty minutes. No matter how violent or
excruciating the pain, tlie Rheumatic, Bed
ridden, Infirm, Crippled, Norvous, Ncuialiflo
or prostrated with disease may suiter.
RAD WAY'S READY RELIEF
Will nflnrd Inulmif .........
Inflammation of the Kidneys, Inflammation of
rnlirln 1,1., '
l..l.l 1-1.111.. . ' ...... .iiwunm-
.in,, virnin, vuillH, Affile CUIUS.
me application or tno Jleady Itellof to the
part or parts whore the pain or difficulty ex
ists will afford ease and comfort.
Kuurops in nuir tumbler Water will.
n a few minutes, cum ('.,.,., a..... . i ...
Stomach, Heartbtirn. Sick i,ead che 't Ma"
rhatn. Dvsenterv. l.n vi...i i.. .. .
a..dalirnternl,l',hliir' WW ll'THlffil
wator will prevent sickness or pains from
chnngo of water. It Is bettor tl Freuch
Brandy or Bitters as a stimulant.
Fever nnd Aran ... .
There Is not a remetlial an " i. .'."i
that will euro Fover and Airiio. and all that
Mnlnrlous. Billions, Scarlet, Typhoid, Yellow
and other Fevers (aided by Ra.fway 's Pills so
mi ck as Railways Heady Belief. & cents per
Till, ii A mu m'io i .
PERFECT PUEGATIVE PILLS
jin-aiiunK, Mutter Ihir nt tlin Mi l .V
I'rloe 95 Cents
RADWAY rn no u- ' . .
New York. " r cnurcn at,
atSH'! f i"l,.T'-"".' Pond one letter
ttank Hi J VV''1 Warren, c.
r"il.r?..i'.t' X luforiuiitlou worth thou..
no juituiiur. ii nan i latiQii ni tne iioivRii.
Cougiistlon oi tho Lungs, Jojo' Throat, lif!
cult Breathing. Palpitation of the Ileal t.llysl
torlcs, (.roup, D ptheria, Catarrh, Inlliienza.
iieaiincno. iimt iiic in. Nun
blood to tho Head, Acidity of the Wm.. ii
?"ic' "?!'". WW". tv ?..!? Full:
ivnn ui WWIuril 111 I hfl JMfc lw.
UTT 111 M (II 111 ft llilllll II
free the system from all the aboVe tilsordori! '
aaus win pa seut you.