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XVkU A Lc Al lan i U 11 UNQIT IRKR, W JDN USD A Y A PKT lV f), 1873.
MCARTHUR ENQUIRER
Our Darling.
Itouuding Ilk a foul-bull, , '
Kicking t thu door;
Falling from the table-top, '..
Sprawling ou thfl floor j ,
Smashing cupsand sauccra, ,
rlplittingdolly'a head; .
; Putting llUlo pussy-cut .'"
Into baby's bud. , '
. llnihllng simps and houses, ',"
Spoiling father's but,
Hilling mother's precious keys'
Underneath the mat;
.lumping on the fonder, , , '
Poking al the Are, :
Dancing on his little legs .
Legs that novortlre.
Making mother' heart leap
fifty timed aday;
. Aping every tiling we do,
Every word we day;
Shouting, laughing, tumbling,
Soaring with a will,
Anywhere and everywhere,
He vcr, never still.
Present brlngiug sunshine,
i Absent leaving night;
That's our proclous dBrllng,
That's our heart's delight.
Relieving Choked Cattle.
Oil an animal becoming choked
with any hard substance that
cannot pass the gullet, harsh
." measures should never be used
until all others have failed. '
( The practice of placing a
Mock , against one side of the
throat and endeavoring to break
the obstruction with a mallet,
'. as is ' sometimes practiced, is
simply brutal. One of the sim
plest and at the same time most
efficacious remedies is to give
a half pint of lard oil or melt
ed lard, by drawing out the an
imals, tongue, raising the head
and administrating from a long
necked bottle. ' This lubricates
the gullet, sickens the stomachc,
relaxes the muscles of the
throat, and in coughing, the
lodged substance will generally
pass either up or down.
If the choking has existed so
long that inflammation of the
throat has ensued, resort must
be had to the probang, any flex
ible rod or whalebone, vulcan
ized rubber, etc., with a sponge
or soft substance affixed to the
end. Introduce the soft end
into the throat, holding the an
imal's head up, and the obstruc
tion being reached, press it
firmly down at any risk, for it
"is novra case urine oraeain.
To relieve the inflation, ap
ply a slippery-elm poultice,
keeping it in close contact with
the throat by securing the folds
in which it is placed by means
of chords to the horns, keep
the animal on soft light food,
assisted with linseed tea, until
the inflammation is subdued.
Pumpkins for Cows.
From a peck of seed dropped
and covered in the gaps of a
corn-field, a dairy of nine cows
have been kept up to summer
milking, and the quality of the
butter is super-excellent, and
six heifer calves raised from the
above as fat as moles. The
cows are fatter, too, than a ma
jority of the cattle slaughtered.
These cows have been making
about six pounds of butter per
week, besides supplying new
milk and cream for a gentle
man's house with sixteen in
mates. The pumpkins, are
chopped up in the manger with
a spade, morning, noon and
night, about half a bushel each
time when cut into pieces. They
eat while being milked morning
and night, and they come to
the yard and go into tho stable
for half ail hour at noon. Beets,
carrots and some other roots
and small cars of com will fol
low, so as to keep up the milk
r during winter.
Examine the Apples.
Apples should bo examined,
and thoBOjcouunencing to decay
removed from tho shelf or bar
rels, and placed by themselves,
for immediate use. It should
not be forgotten that a decay
ing apple that touches another
apple will soon rot it; but iriore
than this, the presence of decay-
ing fruit in a cellar has a ten
dency to induce ; decay even j in
fruit that is not in direct Con
tact with it. Remove all affect
ed fruit from the cellar as soon
as possible. . . ' ' , '
A correspondent of the
Liverpool Pod thinks the. Brit
ish wheat crop of 1873 will be
tho shortest one on record.
Ten tVinnio doctor grtulimtod
from a New York City Medical
College this week; , ,
,SixTr or Bovi'tity cumin of yellow
fever occur daily at Rio Jftiierio.
MISCELLANEOUS READING.
Anneke Jans Again.
Oil Tuesday last a meetiug
of the Chicago heirs of Anneke
Jans, the old time coiiuette ol'
Manhatteu jslaiid, wis hold Jin
Chicago to elect delegates to
the convention of heirs to be
held in Trenton, N, J., on April
21 thy at 'which fitrtWr ruvela
tions -'were-: made, A - Chicago
paper gives tho following:
Sarah and Wolfort Webber
and Wintjio Sybrant Brower
died in IIollkndCiu.lL'early
part of the seventeenth century
leaving behind them a consider
able amount of property. They
alsVllefisillryjuckthing
their possessions to their chil
dren, and their children's heirs;
but in the course of a genera
tion or two, those important
documents became lost in some
of the musty, cobweb-covered
courts of' Dvkelaml Recently
wliile explorations were being
made, in the interest of the
Anneke Jans heirs who, it ap
pears, are identical with -the-
Webber and Urower heirs the
long lost wills were found, and
it was discovered that about
$70,000,000 were awaiting law
ful claimants in Holland. This
was a joyful piece of intelligence
ce to a large number of people
in this country who. can trace
their' 1 '' genealogical-2 records
back to the immediate descend
ants of the Webbers and Brow
ers, some of whom settled in
New York in the seventeenth
century.' (Since the announce
ment was made meetings have
been held in different parts of
tho country to make, arrange
ments for proving heirship ?and
securing the prize. It is now
believed that the matter will be
brought before the United
States Courts and definitely set
tled in a short time.
Misbehavior of Counsel.
A case took a curious turn in
oneof the courts ,hu Baltimore
the other day.1 'A'poof servant
rriil liol cnofl q man in wlinua
house she lived for assault and
outrage, and laid Jier damages
at $5,000. She got a verdict
for 4,000. and immediately
after the rendering ofthe ver-
dict, her counsel tiled-a paper
stating that the plaintiff agreed
to allow the counsel-one-half
of whatever damages might ,be
recovered from tho defendant.
The judge took cognizance of it
and said the paper was doubt
less filed to become the founda
tion of some proceeding to
charge the verdict; with k 2,000
to be paid to the . counsel for
prosecuting the 'case. 'No such
application had been made to
him, and if made would not - be
entertained.
But the filing of the paper made
a question in the judge's mind:
"Has the ' dealings 6f the coun
sel with the plaintiff been, such
as to call for some notice from
tho bench. under its - general
power to review the misbehavi
or of any of tho, olliccrs of ; the
court in their official transac
tions?" Tho judge thought it
had, and that the filing of the
paper and the ?' publicity given
to it by the counsel required
some action on his part. The
agreement, if binding, was op
pressive. To require one half
the award of a jury for such an
outrage, from a penniless serv
ant1 girly the' u'dgb -'declared
was an act which no court or
jury would be likely to consid
er without sonic expression of
indignation. There .was a , mo
tion for a new trial, which-was
granted. -
S
EELS, PLANTS, TEEE3.
PREPAID BY MAIL.
My new prhwl, (UiHcrlptlvo Ciitiilogiie of
Omlno Flower mid Unrilun Biiodn, S& orU of
plllior for fl; now nit ohoiue varfetirVof
Fruit ttnri Ormimontiil Tn'on, Hliruli, Kvcr-
frociu, itimon, (irMjMW, 1,111cm, Mmiill Krultf,
IciiiHuHiiil llonlvr 1'liiiiU mill lliillm; onu vi'iir
prnflc-d Fruit Tr! Tut nuiilhijr: Fruit Htor.ki
of nil klniln; IIoiIko riiuiU, Ac; tlio inot
compluto iiKaortiiKuit In Ui ountry. will Ihi
Ht'iit grntiii t(i ny filulu ftdilnuM, with 1'. .
llox. I'nie lHie xl ( rBiilitirry for iiiiland or
Jowluol, W ver 1,0(10, $1 pot lflo, prituii hy
mull. Trnilo list to dvalon. Hoods on Coni
mUnloD. Airunti Wuutod,
B. M.WAT80K,"
- OliK'olony Nnmorle nml Mood Wuroliotnc,
I'lyiuouth, Mhm. MtablUhcdlM9. -,"
, , . lowJ ,
ir6xi 1873.
T1IK CUfOKriliow nillllhliM Uiit'rurl
SB cnM iy for llul' yBr, four iihiiiIhtk,
which U not Imlf the rout, TIiohs who nflcr
wnriln "mid money to tho amoniit of On Dnl
Inrormnre fortHlK, nmy nlo nnlorn iVxwnli
wirlli entrit thciirlce paid for tlic(iuld-.
Tho .Innunry NiiiiiIk' ) hoviitiful, flrlur
iiliMia for iklntf liiii flnrtmij JtKnor
I'lBinir luiiic I'eiiinmoiiv iO'w Hirliiis
Ac, ami roiitalnliiK a mnHHof tnformntion In
valuable to the lorcr of flowcrn. )u lnindiwd
ami fifty pagiia, on line tintod inor: aomr five
hundrnl enxravlnifi, and a auiwrl) Colored
I'laU) and t'hromo i tr. 1 h lint ,
Two Hundnnl ThoiiHHnd JiiHt prlnlc InJCn
I Hull and uornian, and rcadv to nrt out
, , jAflHiid vii;k, liociiixtw, n. y.,
t, , . , tNor.lfl.8m,;We, ,,J1.I u
PROSPECTUS,
THE GREAT
V A Twi'
DEMOCRATIC JOURNAL!
!i it m
TECIKl 3Sra3W YOEK
-v. '. . 1 .
BenJ. Wood,
EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.
A'Maiiiitli EiiM Pap Sleet
Fifty-Six Clumns of Reading
Matter.
-Contains ALL THE NEWS,
foreign, domestic, political and
general, with full and reliable
market reports. Each number
also contains several short sto
ries, and a great variety of lite
rary, agricultural matter, etc.,
etc., constituting, it is confident
ly asserted, the most complete
weekly newspaper in this coun
try.- .-. '. ' . ;
TERMS, $2 A YEAR.
i Inducements to Clubs:
i i
Five C'oplei, oneyeav,., i) OO
Ten Coplea, one yeitr, anil an extra
copy to the nemlnr IS OO
Twttnty Coplea. one year,a,nl an ex
tra copy to aeniler. XS OO
Vltty Coplea, one year, ami an ex
tra copy to aender 05 OO
. Parties sending clubs as above
may retain 20 per cent, of the money
received by them, as coniniiHsion.
Tv i t v. ' . 1 l
Persons desiring to act as
agents , supplied with specimen
bundles. Specimen copies sent
free to "any address. All letters
Bjiould be directed to
I" C.J" . 1 V j
NEW T0EK WEEKLY NEWS,
UCootJ zr:K
BOX 3,195,
Sew York City Post Offioe.
m
PEniODICAl.
iOfilBHER'S MONTHLY.
J
A Serial Story bv llt. IIOI.LAX1
Xow Story bv SAX1C HOLM.
V Lonir 8 in'v friinl 11 II I.T 1 r ITtTV
llltlLLIANT AUHAV of l ONTHlU'TOJiS.
CI..Ul'..UI!i t-UUlv on l''ui nlturi
..... And Ivroratlon,
11. II. STUIMIA llll Oil AlllllOl.t.
EXTEA INDUCEMENT TO
NEW SUBSCEIBEES!
MIO liifrtiu r.tw till Av IsJ
Tim riiblldlin of suiiiunIh'm JMoItiii.y, In
their rrospoiitiwjust IhsiiciI, 'inisri Tor tlu'
OMSllilltf L'ilV 11 Illill'U bl'illliilit iin iiUnr cmi -
ti ibiilms, nml mi incivuu In the vainly nml
bounty of il IIIUKlintimiiS, ulroudv linct'di'd
by tin.' critics tube "Jiner than, ttny'wiiih hurt
hitherto ujijmired in anil A mtrlnin JUfoniiit."
Dr. IIoij.asii, the ICilitor. will wii the n
viul story of tho year, which will bo AtobioK-
111 Ullli-m 111 mini. HUH win 1)0 lllllSUIU'll m
Hiss Ilallock. It is onlitled "Arthiii lliiniil-
castle," mid will deal with xome of iio inol
dillicult prohl(?uiR of Ameiieau life it will
bo cinniiionced in tlio .Niivcinlicr liuibcr.
Tliero will be anew story by Sa: Hoi.m,
" Tlio Ono-U'irired iJancers." I,
Hiikt IIathk, the best writer of iiort sto
ries now liviiiif, will eoutiibiitii a cli.Tactens-
tie. story cinitieit "xne j-;picot FidrJctown
which will he illustrated by MicdihiiI.
It. If. stopiiaki) will wrllo aturiea of
entertalnlnif papers ahout "Autbifs, their
I'ersonal l.liaiacterislies, Hnnio Dfo, Fam
ilies. Friends, Whims, ami Wbvh."A siries
of " I'oitraits of Javlnjr Aiucrirann'rlton,"
is also nroinlscil.
ri.ADKNOK Cook will writo about furniture
and tlio Decoration of AmericA Humus.
Those papers will hu eniineiillv iletieal lis
cu n iii usiic, nun win uu iilusuitui Wltn
designs anil sketches by nunieiWiirtisIs in
luldilion to tbosu which the rk lilmself
win lurnisn. . .
Among lliohu who will i-3iilriluio:i(i':
Hans Anderson, lirvant. Itnslincll IlL-irles
tun, Krouile, HifrKinuoii, Bishop Hu lingtoo,
Hi-it ll.-irle, .luliii llnv, II. Ii., .MMoniilil,
Mitchell, Miss I'helps, Slednian, ockton,
Stoddard, Colin Thaxter, Warner, ' Iklnsou,
and Mrs. Wbitnev, besides a host of .hers.
The editorial control ami dlrocti of the
Majfaino will remain In tho han , of Dr.
HOLLAND, who will continue to wlo "The
Topics nl tlio Tune," wbl di the
iw York
Inilependent says "are more widi
nuotoil
tuan any similar papers in any
inauazine."
vueriean
Watson Uiulor will writo 'The Oil
labluct.
as nmierto. rrol, joint C, Drape
tho department of " Nntitro and
tonducts
wleiiM'.'
Tho departments of "Homo und' ke,ictv,"
unit "Culture and 1'rogress," will crfiiKU tlio
eontributionsof more lhaa a score opens on
UUUl oillLO 111 LUU iltlitllllC,
Tho Watchman and ItelleclorBiivs:
scribner's Monthly lor SeptoinH Is bet
ter than usual, which indicates aticodltwa
wnsto of editorial brains mid phlishcr's
money, for tho Mnira.ino was e-oniononu-ii
iiiuiiev,
before!"
And yet tlio 1'ublisliers piiniso to
make it still bettor fur tho coining vr
The Suliscription price isM a yeiiiyii
!
itli 8110-
u.i.i mm iu i. ici gwiiuii, loacuors
II 1 Oil
lllltHMirH,
'I'lw, -,.ll,.l...tf
Extraordinary Induceirmts
nvn ir..A,l l 1 l, I
uin.iwi wi in:,, nilUBCIlUCIN :
For $,150 tlio Fublishers will sou
Bookseller or Newsdealer will suply, tho
or any
...... u Liiu ji.ui nun uiu iw0 Ulllll
hiir, nl Vilu III u...l II' ....... t.. i.. . ii. ,
v.u. , tii mm J , CWUIUIIIIU IIIO OO-
jrinniiig of Mrs. Olinhuut's Serial''At Hit
Gates for TH), tho Mairnaino for ho year.
nml IliaOl lvi..L ... 1. ...... f ii... '. 1
iiiiuiNuin i mm iiio luiniiinir:
for $10 50 tho Mnirnzino for 0110 youtnnd the
34 back numborH IjouikI (4 voIh.,) dirges on
iyi.i.w ,.M,Min- juu. xiiih win rui Hourly
5.000 mi ires of ihi iurit v.tn,Ui,...uu
IliiCMt illustratioiiH, $1050, orwcaii.v Ix mtren
M"imi i nun u 111 uiiuoiu uvtiiy iDscriuer
SPECIAL TERM8 TO DEALERS,
TEAr.HFRS
CLERGIEN,
AND
SC1UBNEH &(().,
(134 Broadway, NouVork.
(tb 20,000.
til
(TWKXTY TIKJUSAM) DoLLAUSin Pre
nulling, ioi-iisiiii)iiiionaniong tnoj.uu
Subscribers of tlio
WEEKLY ENQUimit!
XWT APnili, 1873.
Tim miiiilu.. .ii i..,t.... ..i
, iM,,,,,!,,!,, is in
creased when tho number of names owed the
number calculated upon. , .,
u iiuw oner mo following:
1 Cash l'reiiiiuin of ,
20 Cash Premiums of $100 each
,1'Ji ?,tui-,wiiiding Wntches, Wi cacli
IW Cash Premiuins of ?-J0 caoh. ...
f01! " " off 10 each .'
100 offceac.h..... .
f 1,000
2,000
. l,H00
. 3,000
. 2,000
. 600
" ofiaeuoh m
lii Mlscclar.eus Prom's, a to ?10 eai 7,WJ0
Making a Total of TWO THOl'HANl Prc
Vln'iT a i TWJSJi'l-'V THoJsASD
" " or :i each
- 800
Dlll.l.AIN
.j IUII1ILS
v-oai- H subscription will have nanj
fur h
. I'viuii iii iiiivu niw iiuiii reiris-
regis-
receipt, ifivlng the date ami nuuihcr t
u-hirli
bcinir
repreHuntod by aimilic,uto in thoilistr
lltion.
at one
6tUi0 nimmiU UUlllUH UIKl KU.l
time I'lipinvii ii iVom m...
iMj-ui uuu vnr ill nave
their name regibtoml as partiripiL for
have
specimens ol ( opitv, PositM-s, lniiiini
" i-..."- . ..-I uiiuni.iipiUll JllilllKB Bit ll'iie
I'um.iis mv.-.'jiiiiiu; iiii'ill. AMiD'efirt
U2-tr.-wAe Clneinnalimilo.
GENTS WANTED
KOltTUK
FUNNY SIDE OF PHEIC,
800 Paces. HHn T!n.r,l
A Slai'tlillir OYlmn nt hli,li..l 11...
ii,.. '.
nes ol
. - "' ' !'-" in .u , (-IIL1I11I1-H
Impostors, Traveling Doctors, 1'nte
; no enders. Noted Fomiilo Cheiits,
lollers ami KtinH,i,,,u ...
uacks,
.ii cm.
pi-tune
accounts of Noted Physicians and NiJ
si In a:
ativos
... i iii iivm ii rvvuuis staruing sei
instruetn all how to avoid tho ills wli
is heir to. ll'n irl.-n ......l.,I..., 4. :
ts and
h flesh
liberal eonimissions. For clrculurs at
y and
terms
iiililirng tuu puilllSllors,
Hartford, Conn., or Chicago, 1
iiols.
QUE AT INDUSTRIES
OK Till.' IIVIT1.-I1 um . .....T
m TAOKS AM) 500 KNOIIAVINdR, p,lt, u
tnglisli and Ooriiian. Written hy iiofnlnent
authors, including John jj, c.or
llnv.
, n.u, r.n AHU IIUWI.ANI), K
UIV Hill lin,, . '.'
v.. Hi.
II IIiiih-
BANK, llOUAt'K UllWaKV, F. l, fKJlK
s, etc.,
uii .
'J'llld Wil ft- 1 1. n.i... .. , .
. .. i.viiiiicu IIISIOI-i
branches oi industry, processes of n
of all
iniifae-
, ' "-:'" a'-. n is a eoninli
clopediaoi arts and iniiimlaotiires n
enoy-
...,.... .,. ,,, . ,, iiiiiiiiiaeiiiresi nil Id ii
most eiitertaiiiing and valuable wtrfof In
llio
niiiijtn-in ui KCIlOI'lll I
liei
ouorod to tho jiublie. it is udaiil
wantHof the Moreliaut. Miniiifiuji
clllltllj b'li i-iiiiii- UI...I..... i J
stover
to tlin
r, Mo-
-, ' ' i , " " ; ...Miifc kiiii jnTi'l
seltshiliiillw.hl.il,, -...r..n V 7
r, and
book s sold by agents, w10 ,. mkljL ,
Hiiles tn till i,n ..fa i,!- ii. 1. , I 1. '1V
The
;i . "loooiiuli-y. k bi,neroil
jit the low pr.i-o of a.50, mid Ih tfc ipest
book over soli hv u,,i,o..,.i. v,f.
..... ,,i.iiu,i, .iiuiniiy
ill every town in tho 1,'n'lled Slates
HL'OIlt Cllll -'l I In.lr. ...ll ...lit. .1., .. '
nd no
terins nro liberal. We giveouragent
1'lllMl vi rlirlil r,- l,...li,...
. Our
hecx-
sold l8nM io., in eight uZCJ!Bi
ngi-nls
u iho weeks. Our agent hi llai tli.rlnld atn
in one week. Spcl,o. f n,u t , 1 t
niroiitson rocii ni .,1'mi,.,., ,. ... ... I . '.1 ""
terms to agents addii-ss llu imbl MuVsV"
Hiirtford, Coiin.,orChli-iig.i, llliis,
WKHAVKINrltKHS I
A NE W HOOK
ilV n Vell-llllriwii nml ,..i..l ii.
entirely miwMibloet. Tlio lHH,k will
lllsi-lv I liutriiliul nml I. 1 i .
on an
be pro-
ul, and
... ,u ,,,,, ruiMiiii n up v II Olll-O.
jinmorii, M)iin,,or(.hlcago, II Hols.
I iv a
Legal Notice.
—OF—
SALE OF SCHOOL LANDS.
recoils lu I
WltKllKlH. If ni., I ..
A ...111...7. . ' 1 "mi mo n
. '". ? ,IIU" oountv
n uiuuir oinco or VlnU.n eoiintv (iilo tbiit
.Iniiniiry 1H50, tlin followiiiK HHiTki
to-wit: The Hoiitli-wostiMinrti r'
Uteim (1(1,) Towns! , " ,,!r ,
ItaiigeiilxU,,,,, (ill,) Tlniolbv 11. Hh
Si'mid ""'"""""""iii-llatii
WlKIIHlU. Ir mux.,,... I. ,.
sale of School Lauils, a " t , , "
Ml. Oiwl best bidder throf(,r I V-mJ Vt Sne
iirnVwhlVi, ,u'nu"""1 lor less than
r'. t""tint Is llflc.,,.v lJ nnv in.
MarcKK,'r?'Aua'rVll4'U',a
i I
I KEEP CONSTANTLY ON II AN I)
EVERY DESCRIPTION t FIRNITIRE of MODERN STILES
I inaiiiifacturo to ordor and repair Furnltiireof all kinds, at tho most roasounhlo prlcos. I am
propared to furnish
COFFINS OF EVERY
and accompany them wilh n Hoarse. flSS -
VAMUUV MAT UtUVJIi
. ,
March lUtli, 1872.
jxreT7v Firm !.
Finest Drug Store,
WOLF, PIERCE & CO.,
Have purchased O, T. (iVNMXU'S Drug Kstabllshmont,
I1T WILL'S NEW BUILD ING, MAIN. STREET,
'And can supply Iho people with Iho
Choicest Droa Mefllcines, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, aiiJ Dye Ms,
Varnishes, Turpentine, Glass, Lamps,
SNUFFS, TOKACCO and CIGAIIS, HOOKS, STATION KUY, FANCY AltTICI.KS, I'KU-1-
U.MKKV, and a choice lot of
Wines and Liquors, for Medicinal Purposes Only I
And will constantly keep on hand a WKLL SKLKCTK1) ASSORTS! EXT of sued Brtloe as
are usually in lli-nt-class Drug Stores, which will beaold at the
Lowest Cash Prices!
Particular attention will ho paid to illliiur 1'bvnicliiiix' Urdom, and pultiiiK no Pre8'ri
tioiiH, Family Coin pounds, iindproiiarutioiiHot all kinds Wo warrant evorv article we soil to
be pure and genuine. Vie invito those wiidiing articles in our line to call, at wo arc confident
we shall give satisfaction.
mi
STYLE AND VARIETY,
The punllc are invltod to o all and
PARIS 1IORTON.
ami Choicest Drugs I
POST-HOLE BOREK.
JRA HART,
l'atoiitee and Sliinuriictiiicr of
SAW AND GRIST MILUS
Improved -
Head Blocks, Post-Hole Borers, &c.
Clauksiiurg, West Va.
THK ftrigt Alillj lw.l.wr i,n..fnl,1n
lion Iraine, and
STRONG, DURABLE, EFFICIENT,
And tho best Mill ever mado for all kinds of
grinding-; cun bo easily attached to Saw Mill
or any other power, and warranted to grind
Hour and Jlenl of a superior qualify at
greater rate of speed than anv other Mill,
ui inner illllicuny IMC
weight being 1.4IW )iohiii1h, oocupving onlv8
feet suuai-e mi tlin ilimr. will ,,'ri.T on t..-im
Imis ioU per hour. If within thirty davs, the
Mill duos not prove satisfactory, itniav'bo re
turned and money and uncharges refunded.
Hart's Post-Hole Borer,
k Ih fnint-rmtniu) tn inn ln i.,
?u.( '!My u,1,t'r ,loM 1,8 win k ra-
nil uini iMTlUfliy,
SAVES ITS COST
TIV ONE WAV!
No limit can bo found with It after
"nl. Sent to any ono on trial who
will send mo tlio endorsement of the
I'ont Master. Agents wanted.
I II A 111 O'li
Clarksburg, vV, Vn,
iijitii r armors ii nu oinors ran see tlio
i iiHi-iiino iiorer ut n knoiiikkk
OIIU-o.
i
a
MEDICINES.
Beware otCounterfelts I
JOB MOSES' BIVA&chiW
an tiumivlv oooiTlariiTSD. DUtumtit Dmr.
litlt tn&tatar lattll th counttrfeUi tomakr rrtatir
frviu. tm rmuin navtmtnamtaj JOD ntowif
on tacit paucaft. All oinen art won ni tit muatloiu.
Th oisdihi Pllli are unfilllnirln tli car of til
thoie pnintul tnd daiirernus dlBcium to which th
femule constitution ii subjnot. They mndartts all
xoauei and romoro all obitrnoUoni, from what-
nr came. -
- vn nri?.nTitn T.AnTT.M
therara particularly (iiltcdT Tlior will In a abort
tlma bring on tho monthy txrlod with roirnlarltyt
and altliouKli Tery Downrful, cuiitain nntblnt hurt
mi wj me cuniiituunn, in an oubi ai nervous ana
Spinal Afloctloni, Paint in th Baok and llnibi,
Futlfftie on tlluht exertion, Pahiltal lon of the Heart,
Ilyttnrica and Whites, they will effect acurawutn
ail other meant hitve tailfil. Tbe clroulart around
taeh packaira rlva full directlont and advice, of
will lie aont froa to all writing for tlitm, toalil
from obtnrvutlon.
N. 11. In all caiei where the omuma cannot be
obtained. Una Dollar enolosod to the Hole Proprle
tir, JOU HOSES, 18 Oortlandt Ht., Now York, will
lumire a bottle of the genuint, containlnt Jftity
Pillt, by rotiirn mail, ttcurtly Haiti from any
knowledKa of Its content!.
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES.
Tm.viNiH Piit.iunKTii nrivrna
flnre Couous. Coins. AsTiiua. DaonaniTii. Boil
TIIKOIT, IIOASRKBSB, llirriODLT tltlliTIIISO, I.
OIPIHST OOMaOUPTIORlMDllURa Dlllllll. They
have no Unto of medicine, and anv child will take
thcin. Thouaanilt have bean restored to health tint
had before doipulrdd. Tnntbnoiiy alven lnhnndrixli
nrcaaei. Atk for imiAN BfUMiiiiNiu w Art; us.
l'rlce .15 onn-n por box. JOB MtWKD, Propria
torS Oortlapilt Hlioet, oyjfork.
THlTcREAT FRENCH REMEDY.
N No. tU Hno Lombard. Pari..
Thras pllla are hlnbly rocoiumondod by tha entire
Mini leal Vacuity of Franco aa tho very belt remedy
la all (mens of Hparniatiirrlicta, or Remlntl Woak
nnas i Nlvhtiy, Dully or Prtmntitrt Kuilwlont I Bei
mil vronkneasormpsttney; Weakness ari.inf from
Poorot Hubl ta and Roxniii Hxcetaet i Rulamllon of the
denltalOrganil WeakHilne; DnpotlUilntha Urine,
and all thoahaatly train of DlteaseS arliina; from
Ovuru.e or Eiceaaet. Thoycure when all other rem
filet fatf. famplilot of Advlen In each kox, or will
botnntVceetoany addreat. PrlrSt aerHox.
Bent brniall, tKurelvtialidfromitll ebttrvalUm, on
ronotptof rirece. OHO A It O. HOSES, ISOoiitlimdt
St., M Yoa(, Dole uunarai Aaeutior Araerlc-a.
m CROOK'S WINE OF TAB
Tm Ton r oft jnbl
If ni luiajimved pr.c'niot
Vlnorrna' to.iavo tno
merit tli nil ony Hlmlli
prntinratlon evorofjorod
tho iiulilio. It Is rloli I
llionimlliilnftl qiinlltlcfl'
Tur, iul unoqiiiileil t
ax
rilMiaaea of tlin Ofhrmat
1 1
IiIuki, pnrformlnB; U
iiioatriimarKiioioouniB.
w ollbetuftllyoureaalltjonj'
aadColdt. UbMeurml
many cuaoa of AatUul
anil iirour.i.iia, uiu
nun boon nronounotui
spool Uo fijr thoao con
plaints. For Pain In th
ll.'onaf, HMn or Burl
Urnvrl or Ulilnoy l
rniM, dluuiHOis of tlm If r II
ry Orwaiiia), Jnuii.llo
or tiny 1,1 vrr 'onilnil
Itlinsiiocnuul.
It lajUon inner lor Ionic.
Ilraloroaitlio Appcllti
Mfrrnirfhfinm llm Mvulotii,
teatorou tlio SVonU uiul Ii-Illlnri1,
4 ii il mm tlio I ouil lo lUuos
aU'iilovo:. .vi-t-ii.iii mi.l I m.lii'ki li
I'i o -nli iitnliirlouit I iv n
Ultra tout) u your b, atom.
TO
.
ii-i
LANDS.
Jest Thing in the West 1
ATCHISON, TOl'EKA A SANTA FK It. It.
THREE MILLION ACRES
Sltmitf in ami nmr tho Arkanmt Valley ,
Ai FintHt Portion of Jiaimtt . .
Eleven years' credit. Bcvon lwr cent. Inter
est, V&y, per cent, reduction to ,
settlors who iinprove.
A FRKK PASS TO LAND UUYEltS t
THE KAtTS about this Grant nro-l.ow
I'riccs, Ijng Credit, and a Uclmte to settlors
of nearly ono-fourth; u Uich Soil and Splen
did ( Iliiiule; short and mild Winters; early
planting, ami no wiatoring of Htm-k; jilentv
of Itainliill. and Just at tlio right season; C'oiil,
Stone and lirick on tlio line; (.'heap Hates on
Lumber, Coal, Ac: no Iliads owneil hytjpccu-iatoi-s;
llimiestciul ami I're-oinptloin now
ahiinilant; a llrst-ilass llailrond on the lino of
grout Through liuute; 1'iodiiets will pity
fur Land and liiiprovoniouts.
13 19 THE BFJ3T OPPOllTUHIlT EVEfi OF
Ft.RED TO THK VDDIilO, ilnougli thuiecent
completion ol tlio Uoiid.
For I irculurs uad gonoral Inforiiiatiou, ad
dress A. K. TOIiALIN,
Manager Land Don't,
TOl'KKA KAN.
SEWING MACHINE.
THE "LIGHT RUNNING"
"DOMESTIC"
"BEST
TO USE'
"Easiest
TO SELL"
H. M. Agents,
It don't pav
you to light
tho best Ma
rhino. I'rovu
our i-lnlius.
liet the 111(011.
oy ami sell it.
Add ith
"DOMESTIC" 8. 11.00., 90 dauber. St., N.J.
, dti-ilm on
PUMPS.
merican Submerged Pump.
"The Best Tumi in the Woui.d."
OL'll AI1KNTH report over DHO,0OO worth of
pniiony snvou I nun r n o tills year liy those
jiiimps, being the most IkiwoiTiiI forco-piiinp.
in iiiu h.ii ui, nn wen us ruiii-r hkkziko.
Heo October number, pugoHIKI, nlao Iho Pro
iniiiin List, piigo iilW of tlio American Agrloul
nu int. mis pn per never iiocoi vea too faiiiiors,
ooo nonce in r enruar
r'obruarv niuulmr. iinirnAV Trv
one. If it don't do tlio work claimed, semi It
back ami get your money, as WK W AIIUANT
our pumps to do all wu claim for thuiii on our
circulars,
Hoinl for clrrulars or orilors to tlin llrhlu-o.
port li'f'g li., No, fio(iiainhcrsHtNew Vork.
An order for nine No. 1 Pumps secures nil
dachisivu own agency. l i-lf.
INSURAHCE.
TNA
INSURANCE COMPANY
Jlartfortt, Conn,
. 8TATM ok Ohio, Inmuranor Dkp't, I
i Coi.I'MHtm, .Ilia. 17, 1HTA. (
H'llKKKAR. Iho jV.TS A INHCUAkCK COM
l'A NY, located at Hartford, In tho Hlate of
t onnei-.tlciit, Inn iiiihi in tins onice a a worn
atnU'iaeiit, hy the proper oflleo.re thereof,
showing lis conilltlini und huslnosa, and hat
complied in all i-esjiocls wilh tho laws of this
Hlate, relating to lire Insuriini't) ( (iiniianles.
lnriii Mniited by other Mtalesof lliolJultod
Hlate ,
XI .1 ...... I .1 f .....
iiww, iiioreioir, in iiiirsiiiince in inn , i, rv 1 1,.
t.llU V .IIITII-II U... Ml. ...... ... I.......
shoo for HioKlnto of Obln, do bei-eby certify
thai said ( imipiui) Is iilliinl.od to trnnsiint its
appniprlnlo business of FIIIK INHCHANCK
this Mtiito, In aii iMiliinco wilh law, during
tlieciirrcnl year. ,
The i. mil 1 1 Ion nml business of said (.'oniim-
IIVHl. llul iliit.il of uiicli iilHliiiiiinit I lkiui.inluir
tiui 1HJ,) Is shown asfullowsi
Ain't of actual paid up ciiliital 2,0(KI,(KKI 00
Aggivgiiuiiiriiiinvniiaiiinsseis.,o,mHi,iiHuoo
" I,liibllll.es(ex- ,
I'ept capital) iin-iiidlng ro-inviir-
Hiioes 8.IW.IW.WI
Aniiiiint of Income for prnocillng
year In cash S.WMO'! M
Aiiioiint of exiiunditlirea saino time
In rash 5,Ta,9D01b
I.. u.1. ....... t U..... . ...1.
... itiiiiiii.1. WI.WI1-..I. . un.v I......V ,.
lhiil niv iinuiu, ami caused the Heal of in
oinco to ho allUoil, tho day mid year ahye
wiiiien.
SKAI.I V. F. C1IUIU II, Sup
W..I. IIANNEU.M, Ag'l, MoArtliur.O.'t, ,
March D, WU, iU
MEDICINES.
YTISHAllT'S PINE TREE '
TAR COKD1AL!
NATURE'S GREAT REMELYj
, ., f i ii Tin:.
THIl OAT AND LUNGS!
' ; ii -: i-'.-'ii. I'; -'. 'I--:' ' I : :
': - il l l .-.:. ;,t
It is grntlfj lng to us to Inform the nubile
that Dr. I.. U, c. Wishart's l'lno Troo Tar
Cordial, for Throat and I-ung Diseitaos, has
f iiiiicti tin enviiiuio ropiiuuiiili nulil tuoAt
antic to the I'm-1 He coast, and from theuco to
some of the first families of Knrope, not thro'
the press alone, but by persona throughout the
States actually bonollitod and cured ut his
olllco. While ho publishes less, so say our re
porters, ho Is unabla to supply the demand. It
gaim and holds its reputation
First. Not by stojiplng cough, but by loos
ening and assisting nature to throw oh the
unhealthy matter collected ahout the throat
and bronchial tubes, which ctmtet Irritation.
Second. It removes tho cause of Irritation
(which produces cough) of tho mucous mom.
brnno und bronchial tubes, assists tlio lungs
to nut and throw off tlio unhealthy leorotions,
and purilles the blood.
Third. It Is free from squills, lobollu, Ipecac
and opium, of which most throat mid lung
remedies ure composed, which allay rough
only, mid ilisnrgimizo the stomach, It has a
soothing effect ou the stomach, acts on the
liver and kidneys, and lymphatic and norvous
regions, thus rencding to every part of the
system, anil In its Invigorating and purifying
efl'octs it has gained a reputation which It
must hold alKive all others in the market.
Notice
-'I
THE PINE TREE TAB CORDIAL,
...... .. I
GKKAT AM KUIL' AX
DYSPEPSIA PILLS,
ANI
WORITf SUGAR DROPS,
Doing under my Innncdiate illroitliui, they
shall not ioso llu-lr ciirnllve iiialltios hy the
use of cheap ami iuipuro nrticli'S, , .,:
HENRY 11. WISIIART, Prop'r.
FREE OF CHARGE!
! ; .: ii ' I .
Dr. I.. Q, ;. Wishart's Olllco Parlora are
open on Mondnys, Tuesdays and Weduosilnvs
from A. ii. to S v . H., for (-onstiltntion hy lir.
Wm, T. Magoe. AVIth him nro associated two
consulting physicians of eckiiowleilged nbil
lly. This opportunity is not offered liv any
other Institution lu tho city. ) l '
All letters must be addressed to
' L.Q.O.WISHART,M.D., I.
No. 232 NOrth Second St.,
.- '" , . I I ill-;-. -I
PHILADELPHIA.
....
November SO, 1873,-Sin
HOLLO WAY'S PILLS
AND
HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT,
TllKCK.WI) 1M1INCIPLE that oporule. In
these woiuloi'l'iil iiiodlciiies. Is the Isivvor Unit
llii.v luihriiui I,." ..,,..l.. II... .1.1 i.i
. (....- ,,. r,t.,.(, u.vi llll((ll IJ1IHN1
and oxHilling corrupt liumora from tho sys
tem. HOLLOWAY'S 1'II.LS consist or a careful
and peculiar admixture of tho Uncut Vogctn
hlii Kvii-ni.u n..i.d .,...1 i...ii..i....i ......
---.",...", ...... ...uiiii. .inn ifiimn,
l'ossosslnir not n grain of mineral in their
combination, they uevur expose those who use
m.i... w iw.; iituiKur, in mi,- vihiu ur season, aii
MlilliaH ...u,.l l...l...... ... .. .
iiuniuuu iu urenrTIIIU IIIUI1I 141
their children, and the niost delicate ronstttu-
iiuuni.uu uuu uiciii wiiii as great ooauiitas Hie
most vigorous and powerful frame.
nOLLOWAV Co., SOLB I'HOI'ltlKTORa,
. IS Maiden Lane, Mew Vork.
lfnllnu-avM 1111. Mil. I I'll nl ........ ....l.l .
or .u I .r.u.iiKiii, niv biiiii ut
i yt?ti I'er or mil a greniaav-
1.,,. lu .n.l- 1... I -I... I.! !
...a M....IV ij uiij nig i.iiu lurxo siva
J)oe. 4.
ICEEP THE BLOOD PUR
And the health of th tyitai
will follow. Thorn Is a propan
tlon of Iron anil foke Kim
more clloctunl than all otlior
whloh will remova from yo
yaloin tho litipuro ami vitiate
blood whloh cniuteadlseojio, an
attlioaamotlniu Imlld ui vnt,
liealtUamlstreiigtli It neve
'"r. ir you liav
MfrorDl,NTolalouai IUmm
nit) .ya or Kara), aj
tlerofnlat la atiy forau, 5p
i ...iw nweiiinr , a.
Harm. Uleera, or stat-etulou
lllll.mniMll.,nH ......
on being cured with this prenj
.i.n.m aiiuwg mm sir, i reoa'
a otiiponnii ajyrnp or Cost
ltiMi ail. -. ... .
- . M Mil.
.in umgatriliiaH,'aailUl
(loua breaendewsby Moroti
Jr cured hviU For myuhllia, o
f Nypbllitie talna-tJieroiaiiolt
. t-M-a I 1 1. au.a.ul I n 1, & . , .
"i -" w .m am atraaia wai
llcautliy Tour 4r.omi.li.Tf Ait.
Do not meTJRlntnrivnwilor. -n.
PsrraanontlMwuty by purifying your blmt
bla proparatlon of Iron aud I'oko Itoo
...n.iuiiiu aiu anuiy an 1 11 aoiluilll HIllOoll
)hang thai aullow oomploxlou Ut ono c
TlMlllinia anil tiisutt a ...I t .
UvIlaeaaea of the Mkin, I'iiDHleN. I'm
lolea. Illei.be. a. Kruptlona. If you w"
wyoli(wltaaiidahiBlUiyo.iiiiilexl)ii iisaD
Srook Compound byruo of l'ok lloot.
DENTISTRY.
II
IIAVINfl boon engaged In tlio study and
iirarlleoof IHmtlatry fur flftnnn year, and
iM-nl practitioner In .lai ksoii for six ytiara,
and having availed inysell'of all the - t
afodtrn ItnproTannDti la Dantal fiolenot.
r would retpeel fully sav io tho cltir.ont of
MeAithiir and vb-lnllv that I am fullv lira-
pared to mnuliililiilo all tlin various branchoa
of the tolouoo, I'l-lrei at low as tlie lowoat.
work iriHMl as tho liost. Tersona cinnlna-
fmin a dlsinnoe wishing to remain until their
work la don will ha entertained at my prl
Tt roaldouro free. . . , . t .. .
tTllltX SPKA Y AUD tLKOTXICITY
Uaad In extracting teeth, renilnrlng tlmlr ex
traction comparatively palnloss. A female
atlandaiit always on hand to wait Upon ludioa.
Ctlve me a call.
T. IIOUOKNH, Dontlat,
May It, ims-ly. Jackson, 0.
IENTIBTBY, , .,
..I . ... .1 I.,.,
MEDICINES.
rjpHE ROMANCE 07 CUBE! ,
The many ovldences of extraordinary fines
that am dully reported a effected through
DR . R AD WAY? 'I
Sarsaparillian'Ke8olviit.
Ilt-aily llellef and l'ei foot l'urgativo l'llls, in
written testimonial,! from all. parts of iho
world, surpass iU voii.lei'tlieiiioltoti avagaut
inliui-lcs of enc.hantniuiit. l'liyslclans und
medical men iu all countries pronounce those
wonderful remedies a mystery, that neither
IholrMcionoeof analysis or chemical skill can
explain. True, those medicines effect tho
most marvelous euros, and restore the dying to
life, and relieve the most wretched pnin-suf-'
fcring victim-of his tortures, In from tm to
twenty minutes, and although they know somo
of the Ingredients of their composition, and Dr.
Kadway has published their formula (with
holding only two newly discovered roots), still
both French, Urmnn, English and American
chemists and pharmaceutists utterly fail Willi
the same ingredients as prepared by them. Tho
great success, which tliuso wonderful remedies
nro oonstnntly achieving, lies in the groat se
cret of combining tho ingredients together,
aftorexeroisiugdiie care in seleoting tliopuro
nml genuine roots. .
Such wonders of Modern ChemistrT aa the
SAHHATAIULLIAN RKSDLVKNT, KKADY
11KL1KK KADWAY'8 TILLS, nre without
parallel In tho History of Medicine, for then)
are some inllnnltlos and disease that are con.
sldured as incurnblo, and sure death. Vet the
most astounding cures have boon made thru'
these remedies or some diseases that have nev
er been known to be cured by medicine.
, CONHIIMI'TIOX, . KCKUr'Ul.A, WI1JTK
8V KI.LIMI, Tumors In the Womb. Stomach,
Ovaries, llowols, lirigbt's Disease if the Unt
il oys that have been pronounced Incurahlo,
Cancers, Ulcers, Swellings, Stone in tlioitliid
dor, alciilons Coiieretions, Dicers and riores ot
tlio Hones, Kickots so deeply seated that no
other medicines have been known tn roach,
have boon cured by the MAH8ATAUI1.LI AN
KKHOLV KNT, aided by the ltKADY HKLIKF
and TILLS.
: . Talsy, Taralysls, Dry Uangbno that throat
eas a living death daily lulling away ot the
limbs and flesh Diabetes, Involuntary Dis
charge of Water, Kungi in the-lllatldcr (Iho
Kmporor Napoleon's illsoasobTorturliig pains
when discharging iirino, ltllKt'MATJMM,
tiOUT.NKUUALGrA-eaoh and every one ol
those coinplaints though but a few of tliu
many othordisoases, lladwav'sHarsaiiarilllau
VtcHolvent has cured mid Is dully curing lu Hi)
purls of the world. ,
In one word, any disease no in a tier uudev
what inline desiguutod, thut is nourished or
iiioronsed by bail, Impure, doiiravert, weak,
thin, watery or poisoned IiIoihI rnnliocuroif
by ItADWAVIS BAHHATAHILLUN KK.
SOLVliNT. ' . . ,
Dr.Hatlway & to, have never vlninied oao
biindioth part of the curative virtues for tliolr
reiiiodlos us Isasoribod to thoiu by the people
who have used them; for boar in iniiul, only
such diseases and complaints as Dr. liiidwav,
aflorsiiccessful trcutiuout with tliuir reiiiodlos
know they would cure, were enumerated lu
their curative list, so that many of the extraor
dinary casus that have been reported awaken
ed as in no b astonishment In the discovery ot
their remedial agents as in those who had boon
rescued from death, and mado whole, and
sound.
As in any persons discredited their extraor
dinary pow er, from the fart of their disap
pointment In the use of other advertised reme
dies and some believed It Impossible tur
simple medicines mado. only from vegetable
substances roots, herbs, Ac-should pu-soss,
such marvelous power. Vot they cn.u readily
comprehend that tho simple grasses of tb'o
Hold, iiftcrtindergflliig the e Inimical procasa ot
distillation designed bv nature in the cow and
churn, furnishes us wilh butter certainly tlio
most abundant fat, a-alorio or boat-niiiking
bone, tissue, muscle, sinew and hluod-niakliig
constituents for the human Isnltv
Hut when those peojile who'llrst doubt Iho
elllcacy of tliese roniodios ciiniineiu-o their uso,
they become their most earnest advocates.-.
THE ON'iV SAKE A ftVKE REMEDY KOR
TATE, TIN, & WOIiilS Oi' ALIi K1NDH.
i,.l
I-
OVARIAN TUMOR CURE.
Never has a medicine taken internally, been
known to have cured Tumors, either of the.
Womb, Uterus, Uvurles or Dowels; the knife
has been the sole reliance in the hands of x
perloncod surgeons; but Dr, Railway's Sar-.
sapnrillian settles this question. - It has curoit
over twenty persona of Ovarian Cysts anil.
Tumors, as well as Tumors In the bowels.
Uterus, Womb, Liver. Dropsical Effusion,
Ascites, and Calculous Concretions.
Tumor of 19 Yenra' Growth Cured by
I , Iladway's Ileaolvent.
1 ' ' JlKVKRLT, MA8H., July 18, 1M9.
Dh. Kadway: I have hud Ovarian Tumor
In the ovaries and Iwwels. All thu doctors
said there wns no help for It. I trioil every,
thing that was recommended, but nothing
helped me. I saw your Resolvent und thought
I would try it, but had no faith in It, because
I had suffered for IS years. I took six bottU-a
of the Resolvent, one box of Railway's Tills,
and used two bottles of your Ready Ruliof,aud
there Is not a sign of a tumor to bo seen or
felt, and I feel better, smarter nml happier
than I have for 1 years. The worst tumor
was hi the loft side of tho bowels, over tho
groin. I write this to yon for the benefit of
others. You can publish II If vou chouse.
, . .., HASNAl T. KN ATT.
AN IMPORTANT LETTKll
From a prominent gentleman nml resident of
Cincinnati. Ohio, for the past furtv years well
known to the newspaper publishers through
out Hie United fit a I oh: '
NKW YoitK, Oct 11th, 1870.
Dli. RAllwAV-DearSir: I am Induced bv a
sense of duty to the suffering to make a brief
statement of tho working of vour medicine on
nil self, r'or several yours I have been alllic.t
ed with some trouble in tho bladder and urin
ary orgaus, which some months ago culmliia
tod In a most terribly mulcting disease, w hich
thu physicians all said was spasiiiislin stric
ture In iho iiretbn, as also' Inilaiiintion of the
kidneys nml bladder, and glivfl it lis their
opinion that my ago TH years would prevent
my ever getting radically cured. I hud tried
a number of physicians, and had taken a large
quantity of modlrlnc, both' allopathic nnil ho
moMipntlilc, hut got no relief. I had read ot
astonishing cures having been m ado hy your
remedies; und siiiuo four months ago I rend a
notice lu the Philadelphia Saturday Evening;
Tost of a euro having been eU'uctod on a per
son who had luiig been suffering as I had boon.
1 went right off and got some of each your
Karsaparillian Resolvent, Roadv Relief, and
Regulating Tills and commenced Inking
them. In three days I was greatly relieved,
und now feel at well as ever. , .
.1. W. JAMES, Cincinnati, O.
. l'ricooue dollar per bottle, Knld by Uriifr
gists everywhere, and at lr. Railway's, No. 34
Wurn-M, cor. Church St., . )'. . ,, , ;
RADWAY'8 READY RKLIKr'tl ,
Cures the worst Tains in from t lo SO inlnutcsl
BtiV-NOT OXK HOUR after rending Ibis
advertisement need any one suffer with pain,
RAD VA P. Jtt'Al ItKJ.IKF
Is a cure fur every pain. It was tho llrst and
Is the only Tain Remedy that Instantly slops
Hie most excruciating pains, allavs Inllnminu
llr.nt, and euros cougestlous, wliuther of tbo
Lungs, Htoniach, Huh els or otlior glands ami
organs, by one nnpllcntloni, In from one t.i
twenty minutes. .No innttor how violent or
excruciating tho pain, the Hheumatlo, lied,
rldileii, Inllrnt, ,rli)ill, .Nervous, Neuralgic,
or pi-ostinted with disease may suitor,
' l KADVAYS 11KAHY ' HKUKt
. Will nffonl Instant puset
Inllaminntion of the Kidneys, Inlliiiiiiniitlon of
tho i nimbler. Iiiilamiiintiou of the llowols,
Congestion of Iho Lungs, Soro Throul, Dilli
cult Itronlhlng. Talpilaiioilof the Heart, llvs
lories. Croup, Dipiliuria. Catarrh, Inlliienia,
Iluoilai-lie, 'iWhai-lui, Kenraluia,, Rheuuia
IIhui, Colds, Chills, Ague Chills.
, Tho application of tho Ready Relief to tho
liartor parts whore (lie pain or dillle uliy cx
IsIh will afford ease nml comfort.
D0 1riiis in at half tumbler Water will,
Inn few minutes, cure Cramps, Hpasins, Hour '
Stomach, Heartburn. Sick lli-adaehe, Dlar
rlui'a, Dvaontery, Collo, Wlud In thu Olowels,
and all Intorniil I'nins,
Travelem should always -tarry alsittluof
Railway's Relief with them. A fowilropslu
water will prevent sickness or pains fi-om
cliaugo of water. It la bettor (ban, Trench
llrundy or Hitters us a stimulant,
FDEDVBIi JOrXT-m.
. Fever and A Rue cured for 60 uenta.
Tlmru Is not a remedial agent in tills world
Hint will euro Fever and Ague, and all that
malarious, iiiitious, scarlet, 'lypliolil, Yellow
ami other Fevers (allied by Railway's Tills) ao
liilc.k at Railways Ready Relief. &0 cents per
bottle, ,.! ' ;
Dlt. UADWAY'H
PERFECT PUEQATIVE PILLS
Torfoctly tasteless, elegantly coateiL for the
euro of all disorders of the Htoniach, I.Ivor,
llowols, Kidneys, bladder, Norvnui Diseases,
llundiirlio, Constipation, Costlvencss, Indigos
tiuii, lysiopsla. Hllliiiisiiess. lllliout rover,
Inflnuimatloii of thu Dowels, Tllot and all do
raiigementsof the internal VIceia,wariantod
to effect a isisltlvc cure.
. 4'VHSI.Y VKOKTAhhK., Containing no
Heronry, Minerals, or deleterious drugs.
ItoVOhsurve the follpwlnr synipbnjia fd.
lulling f nun diseases of the digestive organs
Conslipiition. Inward Tiles, Vullnestof the
IiIimmI to Iliu Head, Aoidlty of the Stomach,
NausDa, lleartburii, - Disgust for food, Full
ness or wulght In the I'll of the Stomach,
Swimming of the Head, Hurried anil dlilleult
llrenlhlng, Fluttering ut the IlenrU Chokinur
or Suffocating Sonsat una when In a lying Toe
turn, Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs before
the Sight, Fovor and Dull Tain In tho Head,
Defloliincy In TersplriiUnn, Yellownostof tbo
Skin and Eyes. Tain In the Rldo. Chest, l.lmba
and Hmlilen Fliislies of hoot, Btiriilnir lu the
Flesh. A few dose of Railway' Pllla will
(roe the aystoin from all Hie above dlaordore.
Prloe US Centa per Io. .
KADWAY A CO.. M Warren cor Chutvh 8t.
New York. . .
VJUoad False and True. Send on lotter
ilainn to Radwar k Co.. No. IN Warren, cor.
Church BU, N. Y. Information worth tbotia-
amiawiu ue tout you.

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