TIIE MdilBTErUK .KISTQUIRER, WIS PISTES!) A. Y APEIL 16, 1873.
Health and Cellars.
4i;Mav:wbitwvasli' 'with one
peck of uuslacked' liiine and
boiling water enough' to thin it;
.-. i add to it four pounds of- coppev
' as and three pints of flour starch;
..make it thin enough ' to a spread
well, and yellow with.tlje cop-
peras. Wash every,." -after,
stone, and crack or crevice at
the sides or, over head, apd see
how sweet the place ;;-will be
come, and what a scampering
of mice and rats will follow
Throw bits of copperas in the
corners, lay them on the shelves,
...and.. purify., every ' part',o'f the
Vr .. cellar with this cheap disinfect
?4 "ant, which .is alsoMlisiui-eeable
.... io uie roueiuiu. . , , -,
' : -. Don't hesitate to lo this, be
V . cause '-your- own health,' and the
health of your wife and cml
""dren depend upon it. A fami
ly Jiving over a foul cellar is
j more liable to be ; pfdiQtojl with
,.v illness than a city) family living
, . in a . tenent. building. With
, . plenty of pure air, water and
exercise, farmers ought to keep
: the evil imp, disease, from their
j midst; ;but foul cellars, iron
- .' stoves, small sleeping rooms are
fast making country villages as
unhealthful as ,th? ..qrowded
. city; ... Piptherja ;f ,jhas been
more fatal, in : thecountry than
''wthe cIty,T Wciinow of one
family where -it carried to the
. grave five , of the members in
; : less than four weeks. The at
tending physician traced the
- disease to foul drains, but the
parents scoffed at the idea, and
, bitterly bewailed the severe
.stroke received from the Divine
hand. Ignorance of sanitary
laws; fills our graveyards, and
i tbietei mmer death will b3 a suc
, cjessful reaper if farmers forget
that perfect clanliness in their
-; ana. barns is essen
the lives of their fami-
I PAVE--; THE UEST l'OWI.S FOB
Breeding. It is the worst pos
sible policy to kill all the best
and handsomest fowt and save
only the mean and' tggy ones
to breed from. This, is precise
ly the way to run out your
stock; for like tends "to breed
like, and the result is that by
continually taking away 1 the
birds, and using the eggs of the
poorest, your flock Mill grow
poorer every succeeding year.
It would seem as though this
was too plain to bet .insisted
upon, but, in fact, lime i upon
lime" is needed. It is tho crying
want of the poultry upon the
farms the country through
this careful and; intelligent se
lection of the best for breed-
,.. ing. ...... .. .
- Nothing is lost by a little elf-
1 J"denial to start with. The ex
tra pound or two of poultry flesh
that you leave oii its legs, in-
' ; stead of sending , it to the mar
ket, is' as good, and ' , will .bring
' forth ten-fold and twenty-fold
in your future broods. ... Save
your best stock for breeding.
Wheat ox New -Ground A
Clay Co. correspondent gives
' the following result of an ex-
periment in: that county: Last
fall he returned a' portion of his
, breaking, setting his plow about
an inch deeper than the sod
was first broken. Last spring
he sowed t. in wheat, and har
yestoil ;t-enty-tly;ee bushels per
;;a6e.JThat. which he did not
;TepiowvWB aiso sown, m wneai,
receiving1 filial icarevwith the
fyjL former;" butr' )vheh; harvesled,
rXX vleldbd but lourte'oii liiwhels ncr
. ' 1 that sod broken in the : Spring,
" should not be replowed before
' - it is sown in grain; but the
... correspondent's experience does
, not sustain ' their theory,
' Fartners should make a note of
- " 1 this, and try the experiment
' when they have the time.
CuRma Beef, -A writer : tells
' v.,, horto euro beef.' "My plan is
t , a very simple ; one. , . I ' dissolve
, eight pounds of .salt and! four
:: ' ! ', ounces of saltpeter in about a
' pail .of 'water, by heating on the
etovei" Wheii' it" comes to
scald, I add two quarts of mo-
.-.'.,;, lasses and two pounds oi maw-
, 1 After ; skimming., carefully, I
i . nour the whole over: the beef,
, :; and place weights ou it to keep
it uudov. Ihcse are, the pro
" "portion to about " a "hundred
pounds of meat. ' Let this lie
from four davs to two weeks."
tiSiTwAy as -Jpl. A neNv" fur
nacoin4 fire-bcv utilizing
strav'aiid stib)! ful !in
threshing and doing other work
upon farms, by steam power, is
being used with great success
in Germany. It is known as
Maly 8 Patent, and is manulac
lured in England, by II. Garratt
& Sons. Ia Hungary an expe
riment made with one of these
machines resulted as follows
An engine of 1 G-horse power
ilireslied lou buslieis 01 grain
in 12 hours, and the amount
of straw used was of the same
weight as half a cord of oak
wook. Although wood is cheap
in that country the comparative
expense of straw and wood as
fuel, lor the machine, was in
the proportion of two to four
teen. "By the arrangements of
uregrates,., tue .lurnace can be
used for the consumption of
wood, straw and wood, or straw
Pits fob Potatoes. Pits for
potatoes should be made on dry
soil and where there is no dan
ger of water standing in 'the
spring. Our own plan 'is to
make a deep dead furrow with a
plow, and then throw out the
soil on each side so as to make
the bottom of the pit about three
feet wide. Cover the potatoes
with" about four or five inches
of straw, and then throw a light
coat of soil, about sufficient to
cover the straw, leaving some
ventilators at the top. Just be
fore winter sets in, put on anoth
er coat of straw and cover it
with earth. This second coat
of straw holds dead air between
two layeis of earth, and will
keep out the severest frost.
Rating of Iron Steamships.
Some surprise has been express
ed that the Atlantic went down
so suddenly when she was
made buoyant by being divided
into six water tight compart
ments. A sea captain in the
city of New York, to whom this
inquiry was propounded, re
plied by .saying that a short
time ago an iron steamer lost
her propeller and put into
Mobile bay to wait for another.
While waiting, experiments
were made to see if the ship
could be brought down by the
head far enough.. to allow the
propeller to be shipped. Water
was Jet into tne iorwara com
partment until it was one-third
full, when the bulks head gave
signs of giving away, and the
water was speedily pumped out.
Another charge made against
iron ships is, that if by any ac
cident in a sea-way a few of the
rivits holding the streaks gave
way, or are broken, it is impossi
ble to stop the damage, for
streak after streak will then rip
off with the motion, and the
ship must : be 1 left to its fate.
When iron steamers were first
rated the underwriters mark
ed them as Al, twenty one
years; then followed a reduction
of the time to fifteeen years,
and now they are rated Al,
The Minnesota papers are
endeavoring to correct the im
pressions ' which ' have'' "gone
abroad of the extreme severity
of the past winter in thatstaate.
They claim that but fifty lives
were lost out of the many thou
sands exposed to the great
January snow storm, and that
these were frozen by lone ex
posure, growing out of the fact
way in the newly and sparsely
settler prairie regions of the
frontier, where there are no
fences to guide the traveler and
houses dot the country at very
distant intervals. The state
ment ofthe Minnesota papers
is worthy of consideration by
those intending emigration, es
pecially as the agents of land-
grant railroad companies are
making use of sensational
stories concerning the Minne
sota climate to divert
tion to Arkansas, Kansas
The Continental "h'bter "'bf
Philadelphia claims the credit
of having ,tha most perfect pre
cautions against , fires. A
watchman visits . the various
stations where a fire would ,,'be
likely to be first detected,
every five minutes, and records
his visits on an electroma , relic
clock communicating with the
cderk's office. , Any,dplinquen'
cy ia instantly noted. The ar
rancements for "extinguishment
are equally perfect.'
A $75,000, irregularity has
beeen discovered in a county
poor house in Missouri.
It js astonishingly Btrange, how
Bomo, who profess godliness, can
bo found in tho groggery, eating and
drinking with the drunken, and ap
parently enjoying their wicked and
drunken yells. It looks to me very
much like putting their light under
tho bushel. It is also strange how
any man, who loves the Lord Jesus,
can time and again bo found lying
drunk by the wayside, or "wallow
ing in tho mire like the swine. My
opinion is, they have never been
purged from their old sins and made
anew in Christ, because Christ has
said, "If ye lovo mo keep my com
mandments," and we know that eat
ing and drinking with the drunken is
not obeying his word; but they
thereby crucify the Son of Cod
afresh and put him to an open
shanio beside. God has sdd, be
not drunken, with wine, (or other
spirituous liquors, wherein is ex
cess,) but bo filled with the spirit.
There is also the practice of sim
ple dram drinking, which I think is
contrary to tho teaching of tho new
Testament and tho spirit of Chris
tianity, though tho individual him
self may not become intoxicated.
The example is very bad; drunk
ards are not the characters with
Jvhick church members should as
sociate. The still house or the
groggery is not tho place where
thty should be found; the bottle
and the jug, or tho fieiy glasa, is
not that from which they should
drink, it is the cup of devils, and
is full of deadly poison, and when
offered to them they should say :
O, take thomtiilil'uing 1kv1 away,
Ucmnvc tlio jjuiHuniiiK nip;
ilv houI is Rick it biirninir rage
Will drink my spirit iii."
Christ said, ye cannot drink the
cup of the Lord, and the cup of
devils. By old persons being found
in the dram-drinking crowd, it
causes tho youth and the weak to
follow their example, and thereby
thousands arc led off and fill a
drunkard's grave. How many are
led along the dram-drinker's path
to shame and ruin! How many
can say as they go into the drunk
ard's grave, the dram drinker caus
ed it?. '
When we know that God has
said that "no drunkard shall inher
it the kingdom of heaven." , I do
not know how any man, professing
godliness, can be found in any of
the ways of intemperance. Dram
drinking is the mother of drunken
ness, and if dram-drinking is right,
so is drunkenness; remove the
cause and the effect will cease. In
temperance is a great' stumbling
block and lovers of theLord should
try very hard to get out of the way.
What a glorious time for our fellow
man, when no more in danger of
falling into this pit, no more women
and children brought to rags by it,
no more drunken acknowledgments
heard in our church conferences. I
think if all professed Christians
felt upon the .subject as I did the
other clay, on seeing a church mem
ber so drunk that he could not walk
straight, they would wage war
against the monster. ( How it pain
ed my heart to see him reeling in
the public street before a large
crowd. I would to God that all
would strive to let all they do be
done to the glory of God. Friend
Here is another proof that
dogs have the power of reason
ing. A sagacious canine at
Ilumney, N. II., lately pursued
a'wtod-'cliuck,' which 'continu
ally foiled ' hini ; by: running
through a drain. When he
had played that trick two or
three times, (he dog gave ! him
a rest in the drain, and trotted
over to a neighbor's and brought
another dog, a frequent sharer
in his useful sports. Stationing
his companion at one end ofthe
drain, he entered the other and
stirred up Mr. Wooodchuek,
who started again for day-light,
only to be grabbed by the fait h
ful sentinel. Ifthis isn't reason
what is it.
A curious letter has found
its way into print, and which
shows that Garibaldi has not
always been the victim of. the
papaphobia which now afflicts
hira. The letter is datec at
Montevideo, October 29th, 1817,
and is addressed to the Nuncia
of the Pope in that city. . In it
ho oilers his services to the
Church and Pope Pius IX, in
his own name and that of his
friends, and speaks about shed
ding the last drop of his blood
in their service.
The Russian Government
has announced it$ intention of
rewardmgjthe ollicers and sol
diers who . distinguished them
selves in tho Caucasian war
Borne as long as fifty years ago
-')y free 'grants of land in the
Caucasian provinces. The
grants are to bo of from 1,500
desatines down to fifty desatincs
according to the rank ofthe re
cipients. , .
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THE MRTHUR ENQUIRER
Has Just boon cnla nrod from a 7-colimm to an
S-colmnn lmpcr, and clothe,! in nair type
throughout. Its cohnnnn will be devoted
General News of the Day
fiivlnir n svnnnsln of rvontji ni thr oenr.
Tho interest of our town anil county will re-
ceivu immemur HiuMiiion. Jt win, nero
DEMOCRATIC IN POLITICS,
AKD FKARI.KSS IX THE EXPRESSION
OF SKNTIM KNTS ill remird to theriphtsof
tho iieoido of this country, ever opixxied U tho
"The Christian Witness"
Tho Orirnn of llio ChrUtlnn I'nlon (lonernl
Coum-ilof tliol?nited tttiitea, is also published
mm i lie naiiie uiilf.'C.
Having pnrelm-icd new typo and material
J o r,
We are prepared to do all kinditof
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In the neatest ami highest style pf the art, and
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SAHlUiUV IUJT 91UVKI
March 10th, 1878.
Furniture ! !
f-"''iii-ii-irii 'ir'a '.
all kinds, at tho most reiisonublo prices. I am
3ff"w Firm !
Finest Drug Store,
WOLF, PIERCE & CO.,
Have purchased O.T. GUNNING'S Drug Establishment,
IN WILL'S NEW BUILDING, MAIN STREET,
And can supply the people with tlio
Choicest Drum Micks, CMcals, Paints, Oils, and Dye Stiffs,
Varnishes, Turpentine, Glass, Lamps,
SNl'FKS, TODAC't'O nml CltiAKS, HOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY AKTICI.KS, I'EH
FUMEKY, and a choice lot ot
Wines and Liquors, for
And will constantly keep on hand a WELL
nro uHiiauy in hthi-ciiim Drug stores, wlilcli win lie sold at tlie
Lowest Cash Prices!
Particular attention M ill he paid to filling Physicians' Orders, and puttiuff up Prom-rlp-tioiis,
Family Compounds, urn! preparations of nil kinds. Wo warrant every ai-lii-.lv we sell to
he jiiiro nnd genuine. We invite those wishing articles in our line to call, ail w o nro confident
DHUll (IVU MUIDMICUUU.
UNTe-w- Firm !
an Choicest Dru
Medicinal Purposes Only!
SELECTED ASSORTMENT of such articles as
Patentee and Munurnrturcr of
SAW AND GRIST MILLS
Head Blocks, Post-Hole Borers, &c.
Claiiksbcro, West V.
THE Grist Mills, hclnir nnrtnliln. nrn nn
I nni Frame, nnd
STRONG, DURABLE, EFFICIENT,
Ami the hest Mill ever made for all kinds or
(fi indiiitt; can lo easily attaehod toSaw iMills
oi-utiy other power, and warranted to irrind
Hour and Meal of a superior qnnlitv at
greater into of si)eod than nnv other Mill,
without lieutinir or other illlllcultv the
WeiUllt heillil f. 4(1(1 liniimU. ni'i'iiiivlm. V...1.. a
feet wiuare on the lloor. Will Krinifso to 60
bus hels ih- hour. If withhi thirty davs, tlio
Mill docs not prove satisfactory, it may'lio re
turned ami lnimey and all charges refunded.
Hart's Post-Hole Borer,
fsriinrantced to mnke two holes to
one of any other; doe Its work rap
idly and perfectly.
SAVES ITS COST
I IV ONE DAY!
No limit can ho found with it niter
rial. Heut to any onu on trial who
will send mo the endorsement of the
1'oat Master. Agents wanted.
IK A 1IAUT.
. Clarkshurg, W. Vo.
, a r armors aim oincrg can see me
i-iiHi.-iiuiu iurur at iuo .fiooiiiKH
Dowaro of. Counterfeits I
mrt tlttnmitsly oovmtrilTlD. MUhmul Druf
fUf tndeavor It tin Iht counUrtilt fmakirrtattr
frqflt: Tfu genuint hsv4 th namsof Job J1.onnM
on each packaft. AH etlurf art ivorthitu imitation.
Th oikiiini Pills ara anfsillngtit ths cure of ill
thn pnlnful and dan sprout diwuwi to which th
femuls constitution is iublit. Thar moderate all
icewei and mnora all obstructions, from wutt-
T,r(TOMAtl1rii;D t ADITS i
thATtra narLlnnliirlT sultiia. TIist wilt In a short
Urns hrlnu on tli nonthy ixirlod wlthreiularljr;
nil althouirh Tory powtrfahoonuin notliln- hurt-
nil 10 ue consiiuuon. ' 111 u mmm ui nervous ana
ppmsl Atioctioni, i-sins in tna no, na Limns,
FutlKua on itliiht, sxsrtlon, Pmlpltit Ion of the Heart,
IUetKrios ana wniifi.tiuiT win (rrunt aaurewhtn
all other means hive falM. Tht elrenlart arouud
n-h paoVeffO f9 nll dlreerlont and adrloe, or
will be eont free to all writing for taem, sealsd
from observation. . ,
N. In all easea where theosatiisacsnnotbe
oliUlned. One Dollar encloaed to the Sola Pronrle-
tv, 100 H103E3. It Corihnrlt St.. Near Terk, will
in.tire a bottle or tha gtnuin; eontalnlns Vlity
Pills, by rotum mstl, esoure'y al4 from any
knowlentre of He content.
RELIEF IN TJEN MINUTES.
TinVATCH Pn.IMONIf! WAFETIS
Cnre Uodoiis, Colds, Astiimi, Diokohitis, Sot
Tu boat, HoABSaaasa, virriooLT niatTniao,
cirusT CoascufTioaj aid Loro Dniieis. They
hnveno tat of melloliie,ndenyolilldwllltke
them. Tboiieends hive been restored to health thet
hod before detTieJred. Tnstlmony riven In hnnrlrode
of riiioe. Ask for DUTAN'B PUhMONIO WArEllf).
I'rtcn h.Vcon epr box. JUUUUUJCS,lroprle-
tor.JS uortunm Htreei, now iora,
THET DREAT FRENCH REMEDY.
PEL A.M A II TtV 8 PPFCTFTC PILLS.
""""Itrvini b 3. CIAUANOISUU ,
, :, No. lit Hoe Lombard, Perls. I
These Pills ere htrhly rocouimendod by the entire
Medical Piumltjrof Franr.eM the very best n-mmly
in all rnei s of Boermet'irrhoja, or Hemlnel Week
rmast Nlirlitly, Dullyor Prmatm Sinlselonsi B.t
iml wonlcnoesor Imewrmry; W.nknKer1.lnfrora
Pnorot 1 1 bite end Hei nel Hioessei i R.li(en of be
Onnltnl Oreans ; Week Hplne -. DeposlUtn tha Urine,
and all tlioKhestly trnln of Dlt.asee erlilnt front
Ovorase or Bioeeeee, Tbsvourewhensllotherrera
edlos fill. Pamphlet of Advice In eech box. or will
bs eent Vo?n tojiny eddnue. Prlrij 1 wor Horn.
Hentbvmali. 0ourlv tea led fttm alt ohurvat Ion, on
Spinf nreoe. OBOAllO.OSEB. l80oBTI.eD
Bt.. Naw Yoaa, Sole tieneral Aaout for Anierlce.
DK. CKOOK'S WINE OF JAU
s rn arftTwoiebSfiii's
if?!:''- ' 1 tin pmvad I)r.Crral
ifg ... v ineMM iMrioiiavoj"i
r itwrit than any ialmlli
y.'; i(K prxpiiratlouevurotlored
,, the iu lino, it ia rum i
V- theiumllfclnftl qunllUoS'
i Tar, tiiid n noq imlml t
, hnngn, perforwlnn U
W andtilds. Itliaodtiml
"miiny ttamt of Aatlug
."w and jirouriiuia), uiat
has bcett jironounoeo)
apociflo fir thoo coo
i pliilnU. Korl'aJnaln tli
llreaat, Nll of llarl
Uravri or liUliSew lt
ry erao, jhwimih
or Any LlworCoiMplitU
It llllMIOquill. I ,
. . . . ...
I HIHSIt wupwri.tr ewiiir, '.j,
...i - ,i UtretorMlti ApptltV
N(rnirhrna ih WvaH-in.
aetura tU We-alt einil Irvblllleafml, .
4'shmw Hi 'ol tu Kluoa
tmo-fia IyapKtu niMl Inrtl-ailol
l'reesisa 5lHlierle ft'vl
Qlvrw ( lrireeJt(lWe , t
est Thing in the West1
ATCIII30M. TOPHKA & SANTA FE 11. It.
THREE MILLION ACRES
SiUutte in and near tho Arkunmt Ytillty,
tht Flneiit Portion of Kttniuitl
ElOTOn jeears' credit. Seven per cent. Inter-
eet. Tiv, per cent, rediietlon to
settlors who improve.
A VnHK PASS TO LAND BUYERS I
THE FACTS nhnut this Grunt nro Low
Priocs, LonK Credit, ami a Helialo to settlors
of nearly one-fonrtli; n Kii h Soil and Splen
did Climnto; ahort and mild Winters; early
planting, and no wintering of Stock; plenty
of Jtiiinliill, nnd just at.tlio riKlitseiHon; Coal,
Stone anil Ilrick on the line; Cheap Hates on
Lninher, Coal, He.: no lands owueil liySpecn
iators; HouicsUail and I're-einplions now
abundant: n 11 m-clais Knili-oail on the line of
a great ThroiiKh Honte; l'roditcta will pny
for Land and Improvements.
18 18 THE BEST OPPORTDNIIY E7EE OF
FI RED TO THE PUBLIC, tliroinrli the recent
completion ol tlio Komi.
For Circulars nnd ircnernl Inforinntioii, ad
dress A. 10. TOl'.AI.lN,
MuiuiL'cr l.uii't Dcp't,
merican Submerged Pump.
"The Best Pump ln the Would."
OUK AGENTS report over .'illO.OtlO worth of
property svod from Kire this yearhy these
jiumpg, belnjr the mint iiiiwerfiif liirce-'punip
In the world, as well as Non-Kkkkzinu.
Hoe October uiiinliei-, iinro U'.NI, also the Pre
mium List, pne 81W of tlio American Aki Icul
turist. This paper never deceives tho fa liners.
8eo notice in Keliruary miinbor. pnr 4.". Trv
one. If it don't do tlio work claiincd, mml ft
hack and (ret your money, as HE W A H It ANT
our pumps to do all wo claim for them on our
Bond for circulars or orders to tho Tlvliljrei
portM'f'gCo., No. 55C 'handlers Kt.,Ncv York.
An order fur nine No. 1 I'uiiips secures an
oxcluslvo town agency. 7-tf.
J GEEENLEAF & CO.,
WHOI.KSAI.K I'KAI.KKS IN
DryGjoda, Notions, Hojiery. (fed
984 and SStl South Illirli Street,
C. M. Saik, of Mb Arthur, l the travelliir
airont for the nbovo house, and all order en
trusted to him will receive prompt intention.
January 15, ltfl.-tf.
JgSTABLISHED 18 YEARS.
WII0I.K9AI.K DtAI.KH IN
DRY GOODS, AND NOTIONS I
Fl-OUt St., PORTBMIHITII, OHIO.
J. F. Tdwell la agent for several Hills, and
Ilia house la li-adiiinrtera fur many desirable
makes of Eaatoro (loralx, All goods will ho
sold at till lowest possible price.
Close rash huvni-s, tlrHt-elass time, trade.
Wholesale peddlers and fiiranccmcu nre part
tlc.nlurly Invited to an examination of his
ii i: ii h s .
JSotabllshcd la 1837.
PiilK-rlur 1111 of Copper anf
Tin, nionntfd with the bps)
Rotary Haiglnos, for Churchfb
8cHooia. Fai.ms, Taotories, Couri
Houst t, Fire Auhmi, Towts Clock
t.iiurs, uo. ruuy Wirranteo).
tllutlrulnl CaMofUl ti.nl frtl
VANDUZEN & TIFT.
102 and 104 Esst Second Slreel, Cinolnnttl
ANSAS : .CENTRAL LAND
, AGENCY. ! ";
i i j - . JlaJ. JO UN AV. IlivUKS. atnaaKor.
Ilenl Estaln llusiness; also hn4 for tali) all
tha lauds of the Kansas Paelllc Hallway Com
pany, aniouiitliiK U)oVcrft.(iot),(Kil acre of, the:
inoei doairable j n Central and Westoru Kan
saa; also Mill Kites, Coal Lands, Kuriii. i;atlle
Itanchcs, ami City Property In Hallna and the
noiirhtiorliiK towns, for sale at all tl iiii'x.i i t .
. Itil" Send fr the " Kansas Central Advo
CT' at lartfii H'i-colliiriii laml iter, sea wliitti
wa have fin's ale, ami read all about tlia great
KeyaUint Htate of the Vest,
MHi-eh)i,lKi-vr ' '
No Person enn take these Illttera accon)
Da to direction!, innd remain Innir unwell, provide
heir bones are not destroyed by niiner.il poison or otlni
beans, and the vital orpins wasted beyond the poi'i
Dyspepsia or Indigestion. Headache, Pa(
b the Shoulders, Coughs, 'i'iRlitneiis of the Chest, Dii
liness. Sour Eructations of the Stomach, Had T'ast
b the Mouth, llilioun Attacks, Palpitation of til
(carl. Inrlainination of ihe I.uncn. Pain in (he reaiou
ff the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful symptom?
ire me onsnr iie i i uvnonitiii. in uicss vuiiiuihiiu
ii lias no cuinl. and ono bottle will Drove a Letter enai
4ntee of in merits llian n lengthy advertisement.
Fr eninlo I omplilllit s, in ymuiK or oli
named or smi-ie, at Ihe l,iivn ol woinnuliood, or In
. .r i:r .1.-.. n:.. . n.
jitlueiice that a marked improvement ia soon uerceii
For Iiiflaminntory nml Clirmilo Itheii
tlintlsin mid Clout, llilions, Remittent and Intel
Inittent l-'evers, Diseases of Ihe lllond, Liver, Kidney
ind llladder, these Hitler have no equal. Sutll Din
ases are caused by Vitiated lllooH, which is general'i
produced by derangement of the DiRestive Crgans.
Thev are n Gentle I'mirntlve at well eg
k Tonic, iiossessing also the peculiar merit of actiii
is a nowerilll Renin in relieving vouceMiun ur iniiitiu
-r t I i n: I t- n...i :.. li:i:nu
hhuoiiui hid Ajivcr nun vi&tm.u uik.ins, ,niu in ..iiiuu
For Skill DlHonaea, Eruptions, Tetter, Sal
Rheum, Illotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustules, Moils, Cai
uncles, RiiiR-wornis, Scald-Hc.id, Sore Eyes, Ery
lipelas. Itch, Scurfs, Discolorationsnf ihe Shin, Humor
md Diseases of Ihe Skin, of whatever name or nature
ire literally due; up and carried out of the system in I
hort lime by the use of these Bitters
Grateful Thonsnnds proclaim Vinhgaii Hit
raas the most wonderful Invigorant that ever suitaim;
he smkiue svstcm.
("walker, i'l-op'r. h. ii. Mcdonald &, co,
prtigt;ists and Gen. Agti,, San Francisco, Cal..
anil cor. ol Washington and Lliarilon Ms., cicvt York,
XOLD BY AM. DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS
"iSfiitiA ' 1
:4a) : '.,"-, r'
Gr BEST IN THE WORLD.
LtU turn eoracitouu ..l'"'.'
New York Office. 27 BEKi: .' -rl ST.
'A BOOK FOR THE MIIXIOX !
A prlTKt CouDteler m I In
Uarrlcd or iIiom about (
j ri Q I mjiirlM nnd reviUtlooiot
VfctW the xubI avitem. witb ibt
litcit dliccTtrlot la prodaottif od iirtvaailDg tITaprlug,
how to praitrvu th oompltzlon, 4c.
Thill! an Interfiling work o f two hundred mil ilxly
fnxgei.wlth nuueroui eogrftvlngi, aud couUint valuable
Dformttlnn for thoie who are married ,er contemplaUDiare
rlage. BllUitlia book that ought lobe kept under leak
and key, and aotltid eareleielj about the houat.
It eoQiaina (be eiperlene and adrlee o t a phrilelu
whole repuiatloD U world-wide, and ihould be In the rl
rau drawer of every male and female throughout the en tire
globe. It embraoee every thing oa tha aubjeet of the gen
erative ivitem that la worth knowing, and much that Ii
not published In anr other work.
Beat to any one (free of poeVage) forFlftr Cente.
Addreia Dr. Hutu' PU pouaarj.Ko. 1 2 N . Klghth itreet
It. LeuU, Uo.
tTotlco to the Afflicted and Unibrtunata.
Vtfore applying to the notorleui qnaoki who adverllae Is
Eubllo papers, or uilng any quack retnedlee ptrute l)r.
atla' work no matter what your dlaeaae li, er how depler
able your condition.
Ur. Butta eoouplef ft double hooie ef twenty-ievta
roomi ; I a 1 nderied by lomi o f the moat celebrated modi
ca I profeeaors of thle country and Kurotve, and oan be coi
lulled personally or by wall, on thediieaiea mentioned la
hlaworka. Olllce and parlori, No. 12 N. Klghlh airoct,
between Market aud Cucauul, fit. Louie, Uo.
HOLLO WAITS OINTMENT.
THE GK AND FRIXCII'LE Hint oiicrutes In
tlii'BO vonilorfiil medicines, is tlio pou cn- that
tlitvv iiohs(ss iu iiiiril'ying tho turgid liloinl
auilcxiiolling corrupt Imiuora from tlio ays.
HOLLOW AY'S PILLS conalst of a i-nivfiil
nml iic'i'iiHnr admixture of the llnent Vogotii
hlo Kxtracta, llorba, ami Medicinal CJunis.
l'oBKi'SHintr not A it ia in of mineral in llit'ir
coinhination, they novorexiinse thoso who uho
tnem to any nnngor, at any tune or soiikoii. no
mother need hesitate to rexcriho tlicin to
their children, and tlio most dolli Rto ronstilu.
Hons can use them with as trrent U'lielitaa the
most vigorous and powerful frame.
IIOLLOWAY & Co., Soi.k ritontiKTOim,
78 Mnldon Lit ne, New York.
Holloway's l'llls and Ointment lire sold nt
25c., (i'i.!ac, mid fl per liox or pot. A great sav
ing is inline ny lim ing tlio lingo sues.
Doe. 4. ' ,
KEEP TIIEBIsOOI PUR
And tlio health of the aystei
will follow, 'i'iinro Is it prt pan
tion of Iron ami l'olio Itot
mors efleotunl than nil otlior
which will remove from yot
Jj Kj-atemtholmpiiro find vltlato
X' l.lnn.l ...I.I..1. .11 .
. uiumi Tviiiun i i,nni--iiiinL-ii.'H;, uil
at tho Biiine time build up you
liofillh nnd atrenglli It neve
fail to euro. If you linv
e of tho I'.ytH or Kara, o
Kcrafnlit lu any form, Tei
ter, Whll Nwellf uir. Ol.
Morea, lllerra, or Neroliiloa
Iiiflninnintlonn, you can rol
on tail uu cured with tl
ration known aa Sr. 4'rook'
fomnoitnil Avriin I'nk
rwVl3l Itoou IfaenmnlUin, Inlu
.In Llmbaor llonca.t oiiKlito
'tioua broknutlown liy Morcu
rial or other imiInoiis. ni.i al
cured by It. For Hynhlliai, o
Ny(hllftlo talut. there launtt,
lug eqtinl to It, A trial wll
Beautify your Complexion.
Do not use nnlnt ornowder. but ant a mm
Pnrmanont beauty by purify Inu your hlooc
lila iirepiirutlon of Iron anil I'oko ltoo
makes a rough and aculy aki n aoftunil binooil
Sliungna that aallow- coniplnxioit to onu c.
Toahnoasand koaltli, and rouiova nny Krup
UvUlMnaaof ihesikln, I'iiuplca, I'tii
luIea,Ulotclies AKrnptlona. ilyou wis,
roaycfinckaandalieultiiy complexion tiHi'ii,
jrookt'a Compound by run of I'oko ItooL
II AVISO linen sinirairod in Ilia study and
prtu tho of Dentistry for flttoen years, and a
loeal practitioner In Jackson for six years,
and luivlirg availed myself of all tlio
Modern IajrovsmeDti in Dental Solenoe,
I would rcspcolftilly sny to tlio citizens of
JIcAilluir and vicinity tlintlnm fully pro
nil i i'il to nitiiiliJiiliito all tlio various lirunchei
of the science, 1'rlees as low aa tho lowest.
Work as good as tho best, l'ersons mining
from nillslaueo wishing to remain until their
work is done will be eutartalnud ot uiy prt
itWiin sprat' and xlbctmciti
Uhi'iI Iii extracting tnoUi, rendering tlinlrex-
trai'tlou acnnparativwiy liniinosn, a reinnio
atii'iiilant alwavs on hand to wait u lion ladles,
n. x, iiuuuiton, j'1'iiii.i.i
MoylDi lffia-lyt Jaukaon, 0.
1 Aft VHACHKRI! OR BTirnKNTH, male
Mil) or Kimiale,eansoeiire KM I'LOY MliNT
paying from IUU toDlBO iiormontn nan jiginj
Hnrlng or Huiiiuier, Address, rKOI'LL'tl
Itrs AJ,t.incmuvi, vui", viia'j, !
HE ROMANCE OF CUBE !
Tho ninny evidences of extraordinary curea
that nro dully reported as effected through
Uendy Holief nnd Perfect Purgative Fills, lu
written tentliiionliilu from all parts of lie
world, surpass in wonder tlio most extravagant
miracles or enchantment. I'liysieirns and
modioli men In all countries pronounce tlieao
wonderful remedies a mystery, that neither
tlioirscleurcof analysis or chemical skill ran
explain. True, these medicines effect tlio
most marvelous curea, and restore the dying to
life, and relievo tho most wretched piun-siif-fering
victim of Ills tortures, in from ont to
ticruty minutes, and although tliey know soma
ot t he ingredient of their composition, and Mr.
ltiKhvny has pulillhed their formula (with
holiiingonly two nuwiy discovered roots), still
both French, Ueriuan, English and American
chemists null pliarmiiceutiNta utterly full with
the siinie ingredlcnta as prepared by them. The
great success, which these wonderful remedies
me coustnutly achieving, lies In the great se
cret of combining the ingredients together,
nftcrexercisiiigiluocaroiu aelceting the pure
and genuine roots.
Such wonders of Jlodorn Chemistry as the
SAKSAPAHILLIAN KKHOLVKXT. HEADY
HELIICFA HADWAY'U I'ILL8, are wltliotit
parallel In the History of Medicine, fort hero
lire some Inllrniitics anddiseases that m e con
aiderudaaincuiiiblo, and sure dentil. Vet tlio
moat astounding curea luivo been niado tlno'
these rcinodicB of some diuensea that have nev
er lieen known to lie cured by medicine.
CONSUMPTION, KCKOl'ULA, WI1ITK
SWELLING, Tumors in tlio Womb. Stomach,
Ovaries, Vowels, height's Disease of the Kid
neys that have been pronounced incurable,
Caucors, Ulcers, Swellings, Klone In thclihid
der, Calutilous Concretions, lUcera and Sores of
tho liones, Klekots so deeply seated that no
other medicines liavo beeu known to reach,
have been em ed by tho WAHSAPAHILLIAN
II1CHOLVKNT, aided by the JtEADY ItKLlEF
Palsy, Puralysis, Dry Gnngeno that tlircat
cna a living death dally rotting awav of the
limbs and flesh Diabetes, Involuntary Dia
cluirgo of Water, Fungi in tho llladder (the
Knipcror Napoleon' dihcase),Torturing pains
when discharging urine, ItllEUM AT1HM,
GOUT, NEURALGIA each and every one of
theso complaints though but a few of tho
ninny other diseiisca, Hadwny'aSaisnparillian
KeHolvent tins cured aud is daily curing In all
parts of the world.
I none word, any dlsenao no matter under
what name designated, that is nourished or
Increased by bad, impure, depraved, weak,
thin, watery or poisoned blood can he cured
by RADVYAY'S 8AKSAPA111LLIAN HK
SOLVENT. Dr. Railway & Co. liavo never claimed one
liuiidrcth purtof the ciirntive virtues for their
remedies us Is ascribed to them by the people
who have used tlieui; for bear in mind, only
aiicli diseases and complaints as Dr. ltadway,
nfterNnccCHsftil treatment with their remedies
knew tliey would cure, were enumerated iu
t heir curative list, so t hat in tiny of the extraor
dinary cases that have been reported awaken
ed as much astonishment in tlio diacovery of
their remedial agents as in those who hnd been
rescued from death, and niado whole and
As many persons discredited tholr extraor
dinary power, from the fact of tholr disap
pointment inilieuseof other advertised reme
dies and some believed it Impossible for
simple medicines made only from vegetable
aubstnai-es roots, herbs, Ac. should possess
such marvelous power. Yet they can readily
comprehend that the simple grassea of the,
Held, lifter undergoing the chemical process of
diminution designed liv nature in tlie cow and
churn, furnishes uswitli butter certainly thei
most nbiindnnt fat, caloric or bent-making
bone, tissue, muscle, sinew and blood-waking
constituents for the fiuiimu body.
Hut when those people w ho first doubt the
clllcacy of these remedied commence their use,
tliey become their most earnest advocates.
TIIK ONLY SAFE SURE REMEDY FOR
TAPE, PIN, & WORMS OF ALL KINDS.
OVARIAN TUMOR CURE.
Never lins a medicine taken Internally, been
known to liavo cured Tumors, either ofthe.
Womb, Uterus, Ovaries Or Dowels; the knife,
has been the solo reliance in the hands of ex
perienced surgeons; but Dr. Railway's Sur
saparillian settles this qticstiou. It bus cured
over twenty persons of Ovarian Cysts and
Tumors, as well ns Tumors in the Dowels,
Uterus, Womb, Liver. Dropsical Effusion,
Ascites, and Calculous Concretions.
Tumor of 19 Years' Growth Cured liy
Bevkri-v, M abs., July 18, 180(1.
Dr. Radway: I have had Ovarian Tumor
in the ovaries aud bowels. All tho doctors
said there was no help for It. I tried every
thing Unit was recommended, but nothing
helped me. I saw vour Resolvent and thought
I would try It, hut "hail no faith in it, bemuse
I had suffered for 13 years. I took six bottles
of tho Resolvent, one box of Railway's Pills,
and used two bottles of your Ready Hellef.aml
there is not a sign of a tumor to be seen or
felt, nnd I feel better, smarter and happier
th n n I have for 13 year. The worst tumor
wns iu tho left side of tlio bowels, over thei
groin. I write this to you for tho bene lit of
others. You can publish it if voti choose.
HANNAfl P. KNAPP.
AX IMPOItTANT LKTTKlt
From a prominent gentleman and realdent of
Cinciiinuti, Ohio, for tho pnst forty years well
known to the newspaper publishers through
out the United mates:
New Yok, Oct 11th, 1B70.
Dk, Radway Dear Hir: 1 am induced by a
sen ho ot duty to tho suffering to make a brief
statement of tlio working of vour medicine on
myself. For several years I liavo been alllict
ed with some trouhlo in tlio bladder and urin
ary organs, which somo mouths ago culmina
ted in a most terribly nfUictiug disease, which
the physicians nil said was Niinsmodic stric
ture in the iiretha, as also inllnmation of the
kidneys nnd bladder, nnd gave it as their
opinion that my ago IS years would .prevent
my ever getting radically cured. 1 hail tried
a number of physicians, and had taken a largo
quantity of medicine, both allopathic and ho
iiinHipntliio, but got no relief. I had read of
astonishing cures having been made by your
remedies; and some four months ngo I read a
notice in the Philadelphia Unturduy Evening
Post of a cure having been effected on a per-,
son wlio had lung been suffering as I had been.
I went right olf and got some of each your
Snrsapnrlllian Resolvent, Ready Relief, and
Regulating Pills and commenced taking
them. In three days I was greatly relieved,
and now fuel as well as ever,
J. W. JAM EH, Cincinnati. O.
Price ono dollar per bottle. .Sold by Drug
gists everywhere, nnd at Dr. Railway's, No. aa
Warren, cor. Church St., N. Y.
ltADWAY'S READY RELIEF 11
Cures tho worst Pallia In from 1 to SO minutes 1
Nay NOT ONK HOUR lifter reading till
aifvui tiaomunt need any one suffer with pain.
RAW A VS READY RELIEF
In a cure for every pain. It wan tho first and
Is the only- Pain Ilemeily that inxtuntly stops
the most excruciating pains, allays lnllaininn
tions, and cures congestions, whether of the
Lungs, Htoninch, Dow els or other glands and
organs, liy ono application, in from ono to
twenty minutes. No matter how violent or
excruciating the pain, tlio Rheumatic, Hod
ridden,' In linn, Crippled, Nervous, Neuralgic
or prostrated with disease may siiU'ei-,
RAVWA READY RELIEF .
Will afford Instant ease:
Inflammation of the Kidneys, Inflammation of
the Itlnddur, Inflammation of the bowels,
Congestion of the Lungs, Bore Throat, Dllll
cult Ilroathlng, Palpitation of the Ileai t.llj s
ttirloa, Croup. .Dlpthuria. Catarrh, Influenza,
Headache, Toothache, Neuralgia, Ithcuitia
ti hid. Colds. Chills, Ague Chills.
The application of the Ready Relief to tho
part or parts where the pain or dlllleulty ex
ists will allord case and comfort.
0 Droits in a half tumbler Wutorwlll,
In a few minutes, cure Cramps, Bpnsiut, Sour
Stomach, Heartburn. Kick llcnilnehe, Diar-rhu-a,
Dyseutery, Colic, Wind in the llowels,
and all Internal Pains,
Traveler should always carry a bottle of
Railway's Relief with them. A few drops In
water will prevent sickness or pains from
c.hnngo of water. It ia better than Freuch
lirandy or Hitters a a stimulant.
fever and Ague eared for CO cents.
There is not a remedial agent iu this world
that will euro Fever .and Ague, and all that
Malarious. Uillloua. Scarlet, Typhoid, Yellow
aud oilier Fevers (aided by Radway' l'llls) so
iiiick as Railway Heady Relief. 60 cents per
DR. RAD WAY'S
PERFECT PUKGATTVE PILLS
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated, for the
cure of all disorders of tlio Stomach. Liver,
Dowels, Kidneys, llladder, Nervous Diseases,
Headache, Constipation, Costlveness, Indiges
tion, Dyspepsia, lllllousnes, llilions Fever,
Inflammation ot the Dowels, Pile and all de
rangements ot tlio Internal Vlskora.warrau ted
to effect a posit I vo cure.
PURELY VEGETABLE.' Containing no
Mercury, Mineral, or doleterlou drugs.
Mr-Obscrva tho following symptom ro.
suiting from diseases of the digestive organs :
Constipation, Inward Piles, Fullness of tho
blood to tho Head, Acidity of the Ktomnch,
Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for food, Full
ness or weight lu the Pit of tlio Stomach,
Swimming of tlio Head, Hurried and (lllllciilt
Drenthlng, Fluttering at the Heart, Choking
or Hufloeating Sensation when In a lying Pos
ture, Dimness of Vision, Dots or Weha beforo
the Sight, Fovvr and Dull Pain In the Head,
Deficiency In Perspiration, Yellowness of the
Skin and Eyes, Pain iu the Aide, Chest, Llinli
and Sudden Flushes of heat, Biirnln In the
Flesh. A few dose of Hadway' Pills will
free the system from all the above disorders.
Prloe tS Cent per Box.
RADWAY ft CO., M Warren cor Church St.
New York. ...
IinT" Head raise ana j rii". ;","
... iiH.iwnv h, Co.. No. 83 Wnrran. cor.
Chiirch SU, N. Y. Information worth tllou-
aiUMWlll b sent) on.
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