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SDJSTjESI'AlMlASr-Q 1 , 11873.
McArthur Enquirer
Children's Column.
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Obeying Mother Pleasantly.
jk
Little Harry had seen some older
boys fly theit kites from the tops of
I' the houses and he thought it would
be nice fun if he could do so too
so he came to his aunt and said;
1 " Aunt Mary, may I go up to the
top of tho house and fly my kite ?'
His Aunt wished to do eveithing
that was proper to pleaso him; but
she thought this was very unsafe
so she said :
" No, Harry, my boy, I think: that
is a very dangerous sort of play
I'd rather yon wouldn't go."
" All right. ' ; Then I'll go out on
the bridge," said Harrj'. His aunt
smiled and said she hoped he would
always bo as obedient as that.
" Harry, what arc you doing ?"
said his mother on one occasion.
" Spinning my new top, mother."
" Can't you tako the baby out to
ride? Get out the carriage, and I'll
bring hire down."
"All right," shouted the boy as
he put his top away in his pocket
and hastened to obey his mother.
"Uncle William, may I go over to
your store this morning?" said
Harry one clay at breakfast. "I
want to see those baskets again,
that I was looking at yesterday."
"But I cannot spare you to-day,
Harry," said his mother. "I want
j'ou to go out with me; you shall go
to the store another time."
" All right," said Harry, and went
on with his breakfast.
No matter what Harry was asked
to do, or what refusal he met with,
when asking for anything, his con
stant answer was " All right." He
never "stopped to worry or tease. He
never asked" Why can't I ?" or,
" Why mustn't I 7" Harry had not
only learned to obey, but he had
learned to obey in good humor.
a
Youth's Companion.
Returning Answers.
Hear the story of a child who
went forth into tho mountain ravine.
While the child wandered there, he
called out to break the loneliness,
and heard a voice which called to
him in the same tone. lie called
again, and as he thought the voice
again mocked him. Flushed with
anger, he rushed' to find the boy
who had insulted him, but he could
find none. lie then called to him
in anger, and with abusive names
all of which were faithfully re
turned to him.
Choking with rage, the child ran
to his mother and complained that
a boy in the woods had abused him
with many vile words.
The mother took her child by the
hand and said: "My child, those
names were but the echoes of thine
own voice. Whatever thou didst
call was returned to thee from the
hill side. Iladst thou called out
pleasant words, pleasant words
had returned to thee!"
Let this be thy lesson through
life. The world will be the echo of
thine own spirit. Treat thy fel
lows with kindness, with love, and
thou shalt have love. Send forth
sunshine from thy spirit, and thou
shalt never have a clouded day;
carry about a vindictive spirit, and
even in tho flowers shall lurkcnrses.
Thou shalt receive even what thou
givest, and that alone.
I know a dear little boy who tries
to he useful, though lie is only
three years old ; he will play with
his little sister, and run around
and do everythig he can for his
mamma, and what is better, young
as he is has faith, faith in believing
that the good Lord will take care of
him. He is the sweetest little fel
low you ever saw; has lovely golden
curls, and when he kneels at night,
in his little gown to pray, lie looks
like a little nngcl, one night, he
was in his little bed, and I was sit
ting by tho fire, some distance from
him, it was dark, and I thought he
was asleep, when I heard some one
making a great noise, and the little
fellow called me; I asked him if he
was afraid, and ho said " no aunt
Hattie, I ain't afraid, good God is
here in the dark with mc, he won't
let any ihlng hurt me if I am a good
little boy. '
0, Loud, rich in grace when thou
takest possession of the heart,
bow beautifully all tho natural tal
ents 'thou hast lent us expand! Be
neath the sunny influence of thy
love," even our secular employments
thrive and, jirosper. Oh! if they
but knew,1 how mild tho men' who
only Urfacf for success in temporal
aflairs talcc to heart what thy word
avers, that " godliness is profitable
unto all things, having promise of
the life1 that now Is, and of that
which Is to conic !" , .
A'trMK girl oneo said that a
parubfels V. An earthly Htofy with a
heavenly meaning."
. Christ told many such stories.
How good of htm to tell stories that
nil cau understand.'
Bees in the Spring.
As this season approaches, it
seems to endow all nature with
new life or zeal. Bees are not
slow to discover this, and will
have an earnest desire to come
out on fine days. The hives
should bo brought from their
winter quarters and set on the
stands on wtich you intend
them to remain during the Sum
mer. Now know how their
supplies are, and only feed in
case of necessity. If they have
honey, which you should know,
they do not need feed, lou
need to take great care in feed
ing; it is liable to induce rob
bins;. ' It : sometimes may be
necessary to feed, but it not al
ways the surest way to success.
If you find It necessary to feed,
I would take the hive or stock
to a closed room, and there feed
it enough to last several days,
which they store in the combs,
and then return them to the
stand, keeping a good lookout.
In all bee management, it is
necessary ? to see your bees oft
en.
Now, as the season advances,
the colonies will steadily . be
growing stronger. Remember
that the swarming season is ad
vancing; have your hives made
ready for the season, all in read
iness, not having to wait after
swarm comes out to make
one. Study well the works on
natural and artificial swarming.
Be prepared to know what to
do. As some seasons are in
advance of others, it is well
to take this into consideration.
—N. C. Mitchel.
To Remove the Smell of Petroleum.
This will be useful to many
good housewives. Professor
Stolbe informs the public what
considers the best method
completely removing from
glass or other vessels the smell
of any petroleum which may
have previously been contained
in them. This simply consists
in introducing-a suitable quan
tity of milk of lime and. shak
ing it around thoroughly, and
after allowing it to stand for a
time, repeating the operation in
few minutes. At the same
time the external surface of the
vessel is to be washed with a rag
dipped in tho same substance.
Petroleum forms an emulsion
with the milk of lime, and can
thus be readily removed. If
Kirtieles of thickened petroleum
adhere to the glass, these can.
be removed by washing with
line sand, or by other mechan
ical means.
After emptying out the
emulsion produced, it is only
necessary to rinse with water,
after which, as much chloride
of lime as will go oil the point
of a knife is to be introduced
and shaken with water, and
then allowed to stand about an
hour, tJie exterior being rinsed
ofl'in a similar manner. If the
liquids, referred to are used hot,
this operation will be material
ly facilitated.
An excellent varnish for har
ness, is to pulverize, and put
into a jug or bottle half a pound
to a pound of gum-shelac, cov
ered with good alcohol, and
cork tightly. Put the mixture
in a warm place. In about
two days, if shaken frequently,
the gum will be dissolved and
and ready lor use. If the liq
uid appears as thick as thin
molasses, add more alcohol.
To one quart of the varnish,
add one ounce of gum camphor.
An occasional coat of this is al
so good for rendering boots wa
ter-proof. - ...
Five bushels of good, hard
corn, if properly fed, should
make forty-seven pounds of
pork. If ground and will cook
ed it fihouhl make eighty.
much will, of course, depend on
the kind of pigs to which it is
fed, and the time of year.-
Iho above data is iounucu on
feeding in tho fall to half-plood
Berkshire pigs in good order.
Better can be done, but many
do not- get bo much meat for
their feed.
On the 2Cth ult., about sev
enty soldiers and fourteen Ind
ians, all under the command of
Captain, Thomas, of the fourth
Uy S. urtillcfy,' while making a
reconhoissanco' in ' the vicinity
of the Modoc camp, were sur
prised by the Modocs, and rout
ed. Fivo officers apd .thirteen
enlisted men 'were' killed or
wounded.
mi, . ' . "
Calcraft, tho famous English
hangman, ha8 retired, from, business.
What Shall We Do With Our
Daughters.
Brinu them up in the 'way
they should go. , '..
Give them a good, substan
tial common school -education.
Teach them how to cook a
good meal of victuals.
Teach them how to
wash and iron clothes.
Teach them how to: darn
stockings and sew on buttons.
Teach them how to make
their own dresses.
Teach them to make shirts.
Teach them to make bread.
Teach them all the mysteri
es of the kitchen, the dining
room and parlor. . i , ,
Teach them that a dollar is
only one hundred cents.
Teach them that the more
they live within their income,
the more they will save.
Teach them that, the further
they live beyond their income,
the nearer they get to the poor
house. .
Teach them to wear calico
dresses, and do it like a queen
Teach them that - a - good,
round, rosy romp is worth "fifty
consumptives.
Teach them to wear thick,
warm shoes.
Teach them to do
marketing
for the family.
Teach them to foot up store
bills.
Teach them that God made
them in His own image, and
that no amount of tight lacing
will improve the model.
Teach them every day, hard,
practical sense.
Teach them self-reliance.
Teach them that a good,
steady, greasy mechanic with
out a cent is woirh a dozen oily-
pated loalers in broadcloth.
Teach them to have nothing
to do with intemperate and dis
solute young men.
Teach them to climb apple
trees, go fishing,-cultivate a
garden, and drive a road team
or farm wagon.
Teach them the accomplish
ments musicj painting, draw
ing if you have the time and
money to do it with.
leach tbem not to paint and
powder. .
leach them not to wear false
hair.
Teach them to say no, and
mean it; or yos, and stick to it.
leach them to regard the
morals, not the money, of the
beaux.
Teach tho essentials of life
truth, honesty, uprightness
then at a suitable time let them
marry.
Rely upon it, that upon your
teaching depends in a great
measure the weal or woe of
their after life.
New Hampshire is one of the
nine States in which the Post
ollice receipts exceed the expen
ditures ; the surplus on her be
half last year was over $30,
000. Ten thoitsand emigrants lelt
Liverpool last week for the Uni
ted btates.
MEDICINES.
Beware of Counterfeits !
JOB RI0SES' 81 VTiVilSP'8
r ettentitely O00TlriiliD. Dtenonttl Drttf
gun tndtavor It eell the countertile tomakerreater
frofltt. The genuine hevi th nomas Jab RIaset)
on each rnckage. All other art worthleet imitation:
Ths oirdini Pill an unfailing In tha curt of iU
ttioas painful and danifflroiia difMfli to which iht
feinals constitution ll subject. Thy moderate all
xceuei toil raoioTS all obstruction. Iron wbat
varcavae. TO niAnRTZD A DIES
tnertre particularly sulua. They will In a short
time bring on the monthy period with rairulsrltr;
and although Tory powerful, cuntaln nothing hurt
ful to tbn constitution. In all caaaa of Marrou and
pinal Anactinns, Palna in the Back and Limbs,
atiiruo on aliirlit eiertlon, Palpitation of the Ueirt.
IlTititrtcs and Whitea, they will affect a onre when
all other meana have fallM. The circular around
aeh packnre rive full directions and advice, or
will be eent froe to all writing- for them, aealei
frnn observation.
N. 11. In all ciwei where the oiif uim cannot be
obtained, One Dollar ncloned to the Sole Proprie
tor, JOU MOSK3, 18 Oortlandt 8U New Yorkwill
lii'ttre a bottle of the genuine, containing Jlily
Pills, by roturn mall, eecurely tealei from any
knowledge of ita consent.
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES.
BRYAN'S PULMONIC WATERS
Cnre Oorjoiis, Coi.De, Authha, Baoaoums, Hon
Throat, Hoa!s9, Dirnoui.T HuaATiiiKO, In
ciriiDT CONsmrTioN and Logo Dunne. They
have no tasto of medicine, and any child will take
them. Thoueanda have been restored to health that
had bfforeilosmlred. Tutlmnny rlvnn In hundreds
of cases. Ask for BHTAN'8 PU f.MONfO WAIfEKS.
I'rlro 3.) enn n per box. JOB MOBKS, Proprle
tor, HCoitlaniltHiront.Nevf York. '
THE GREAT FRENCH REMEDY.
delamarue' hpfctpto piLts.
Prepared by J. OARAN01ERH
No. 114 Ituo Lomlwrd, Parte.
Those pills nre hlrlily rocnmmendnd by the entire
Medical Faculty of Jronce aa tho very best remedy
In all rim's or BpermatnrYhrea, or Seminal Weak
ness; Nlfrlitly.DHllyorPrenuirw'i Emissions; Sex
ual Wriilincasorimparsncy,' Woaknssa arising from
PecrntHulilUand Hnxnal DaOTaees; KslasnMonof tilt
Oenltiil Organs j Weak Bplne ; Moposlta in the Urine,
and all the ghastly train of Disease arising front
Overuse orKioeseos, Theycurewhenallotherrem-
enioe inn. r.uipniutni aavica in aacn dot. or wili
bn sent feoe toauy addrnsa. Priest At par Box.
Bent by mull, tecurelyeialedfrmn alt obttrvatttn, on
receipt of jjr.ee. OHOA K J. MOSK8, 18 Costi.a not
St.. Naw York, Sola Oimral Agent for America.
DB. CROOK'S WINE OF TAB
Ufa
Ton Yerir of ft M
ift line proved DrXiruoi
mv winovrrartohavemo
. mrlt thnn any nlmlh
prepnration over onorou
the public It is rich
tho medicinal nunlltloa-
Tar, and unerinaled
rVit Zftl dlaonanaof UinTbroat
uliv. "i. . I,anra. rwrrni-iri ia Si
tirp"" mm, moHt roinurUablacurca,
m0MJ 7T? eirctimlly cureagJl Cong
fjjffl d Celdi. Itbna oared
.aZ many wesi of Aallirg
ltliHHnfomini.
It 1) alao taper lor Tonln,
. lteator4h Appetlti
lrnir(hrna thoNjratoro,
tee tore tbo Weak iinof Meihllltaf
, , t'niiae I be kVoaxI ItlirssaT
tome Vo H-ppali an4 Imllimittol
frovesite jnalarloua Fevem
"t& apeclQo lor these con
fl plaint. For Pfclnoln tb
llreaat, Ml or lltarl
B Ctravtior Uklnrweli
I MvlleitfieofUieIJrii
I . Mut, rjr Otanano, Janndlo
IiWW'Ml or any I.Iyer Com vlaU
i. . ii , iiaa ueftn nronounctMi
l
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' Mediclncs.
T
HE ROMANCE OF CUBE
The many ovlikmcog of oxtrnonlinnry cure
Unit uiu dully ruportud M ullcclud '.lirongli
DR. RADWAY'S
Sarsaparillian Resolvent.
Ready Relief ami I'orfoct Purgative Pills, lu
written tCMtimonlnlt) fiDin all parts of tho
world, ourpusf in wonder the ni08te.trHVH;imt
niiracles of enchantment. 1'hyHiuiana and
medical men in all countries pronounce these
wonderful remedies a mystery, that neither
theirsclouceof analysis or chemical Hkillcan
explain. True, tlieso nieillciiu-B efl'eut tho
most marvelous cures, nnil restore tho dying to
life, and relievo the most wretched pniu-Buf-fei-ing
victim of his tortures, in from on to
t wtiity minutes, and although they know name
of the iugrodiuntsof theireoin position, and Dr.
Kadway has published their formula (wlth
holdingonly two newly dhcovoreil iwts), still
botli Freucli, lioiinan, English mid American
chemists ami pharmaceutist utterly fail with
tho same ingredients as prepared by them. The
treat success, which these wonderful remedies
un? constantly achieving, lies in the great se
cret of combining- the ingredieuts together,
afterexercisingduecarelu selecting the pure
and gonulne roots. . - :,- -
Such wonders of Modern Chemistry ns the
SAUSAl'ARILLIAN RlWOLVliNT, READY
RKI.IKFA RADWAY'S PILLS, are without
parallel hi tho History of Medicine, fortliore
arc some infirmities and diseases that are con
sidered as incurnhlo, and sure death. Yet the
most astounding cures have been made thro'
these remedies of sonio diseases thnthavo nev
er been known to lie cured by medicine.
CON8US1PTION, SCUOr'ULA. WHITE
SWELLING, Tumors In tho Womb, Stomach,
Ovaries, Dowels, llright's Disease of the Kid
neys that have been pronounced incurable,
Cancors, Ulcers, Swellings, Stone in the Blad
der, C'alculutis Concretions, Ulcers and Sores of
tho Bones. Rickets so deeply seated that no
other medicines have been known to reach,
have been cured by (lie SAHSAPAUILLIAN
RKSOLVENT, aided by the READY HELIE?
and PILLS. ,
l'nlsy, Paralysis, Dry Uangenc that threat-
ens a living death daily rotting away of the
limbs and flesh Diabetes, Involuntary Dis
charge of Wator, Fungi in the liladdur (the
Emperor Napoleon's disease),Torturing pains
when discharging nriuo, RHEUMATISM,
UOUT.NEURALlilA-caell and every one of
these complnints-rtliough but a few of the
many other diseases, Kadway' Sarsaparillian
Resolvent has cured ami I daily ctiriugin ull
parts of tho world.
In on wont, any-diaenae no matter tinder
what name designated, that is nourished or
increased uy unit, impure, depraved, weak,
thin, watery or poisoned blood can be cured
uy KAUWAl'8 SARSAPARILLIAN RE
SOLV'EXT.
Dr. Itadwavft Co. have never claimeil nnn-
huntlreth part of tho curative virtues for their
remedies us is ascribed to them by the people
who have used them; for bear In mind, only
such disenses and complaints as Dr. Railway,
aftersuccessful treatment with their remedies
Knew they would cure, wero enumerated In
their curative list, so that mnnv of the evtviinr.
dinary coses that have been reported awuken
cdas much astonishment in the discovery of
their remedial agents as in those who had been
rescued from tleuth, and made wholo and
sounu,
As mnnv nel sons iliHCll'dited their svlrnir.
dinary power, from the fact of their disap
pointment in the use of otker advertised reme
dies mm some believed it impossible for
simple medicines made only from vegetable
substances roots, herbs, &c should possess
such marvelous power. Vet thev cau readily
com prelum d that the slinplo grasses of tho
field, after undergoing the chemical process of
distillation designed hv nature iu the cow and
chum, furnishes us with butter certainly the
most abundant fat, calorie or heat-making
bone, tissue, nuisclo, sinew and blood-making
luiinmm-uio uii me iiuuuin uouv.
But when Miose people who'llrst doubt the
tpucacy 01 tneae remedies commence their use,
they become tlteir most earnest advocates.
WOBMS.
THE ONLY SAFE & SURE REMEDY FOR
TAPE, PIN', WORMS OF ALL KINDS.
OVARIAN TUMOI CURE.
Never has a mediVine tukeu inlenially, been
known to have eurvd Tumors, either of the
Womb, Uterus, Ovaries or liowele; the knife
has been the sole rclitnce in the hinds of ex
perienced surgeons; mt Dr. Railway's Sar
snparillinii settles this miction. It lias t tired
over twenty persons if ovarian) Cysts and
Tumors, as well ns Tumors in he Bowels,
I terns, W0111I1, Liver, Dropslejl Effusion,
Ascites, and Calculous Coucretioii-.
Tumor of 13 Years' Giowtlii Cured by
ICadwny's r.esolveni.
Hbveri.y, Mass. Jdv 1R, M
Dit. Ha'iwav: I have had tifariau Tumor
in ti.o ovaries find bowels, . n the doctor
said there w as no help for it. I tried every
thing that was recoiiimendei but nothing
helped me. I saw vour Itesolv id and thought
I would try it, but had no fur 1 in It, becnuse
I had suffered for 12 years. I sjk six bottles
of the Resolvent, one box of udwav's Pills,
and used two bottles of your It udy Itelief.und
there is not a siirn of a tunic to be seen or
felt, and I feel better, smart r and happier
than I have for 12 years. Tie worst tumor
was in the left side of the bi.vels, over the
groin. I write this to you fir the benefit of
others. 1011 ran publish it if n choose.
HANNAd
P. KXAPP.
AN IMPOUTANT LETTER
From a prominent gentlcmnniand resident of
Cincinnati, Ohio, for the past lortv years well
known to the newspaper publshcrs through,
out the United States:
Xkw YORI, ct. Uth, IffiO.
Dit. Radway Dear Sir: I an induced by a
sense of duty to the suffering t make a brief
statement of the working of ydir medicine on
niVHclf. Koraevei-til veum f fiau. Iipn fttiot.
ei( with some trouble iu the blinder and urin
ary organs, which some uiontlisngo culmina
ted in a most terriblr hlHictinuUiseasc. w hich
the physiciuns all said was splsinoilin striiv
tare in the uretha. as also intlnnntion of the
kidneys and bladder, and gnre it as their
opinion that my age "3 years would prevent
my ever geicing rauirniiy curst. 1 una tried
a number of 11hvsie.iu1iH.nnfl li-v lntiti n liinrn
iiiantity of meilicine, both nllssatbic, ami lio-
iineiipiiiiiie, oui gm no reiieL 1 nan reait or
astonishing cures having been made by your
remedies; and some four months ago I read a
notice in the Philadelphia Satirduy Evening
Post of a cure having been cfrt-,tcd 011 a per
son who had long been suffering as I had been.
I went right off and got boiiiii of each your
Sarsaparilliun Resolvent, Ready Relief, and
Regulating Pills ami commenced taking
llieni. In three days I was greatly relieved,
mid now feel as well ns ever. (
.1. W. JAMES, I'lnciniiBtl.O.
Price ono dollar per bottle. Sold liy Drug
gists everywhere, and at Dr. Iftdway's, Xo. 32
Warren, cor. Church 8U. N. Y.
KADWAVH
RKADY lliLIKFll
Cure the worst Pains In from 11 to SO nilnutea!
teB-NOT ONK HOUR uffcr reading this
auvci tienient ui-i-d any one aiTcr with pain.
II A 1) WA 1" 8 READY SEL1EF
Ih a cure for everv pain, t wis the first and
Ih the only I'ain Itcmelly Hint instantly slops
the iiiont excruciating puina, allava inflanuna
tloiw, ami cure coiigcNtiimaJirlicthcr of the
LiniK, Htoniuch, liowclx or uherKlanil anil
orgiiins by one application. In from ono to
twenty in inline. No inutler low violent or
excruclittinir the pain, the Ittcmnatie, lli-il-riiliicn,
Inllrin, Cripitlcil, NertuitH, Neuralgic
or proHtrutcii with UmcaMe may atller,
ruiWArs heavy rrliicf '
Will nfford hiNtnnt cam.
fnflainiiiation of the KI.Iiic.vh, Inlliiiinntlon of
the illnililcr, Inllaiiiiiialiun of the. Bowel h,
v.oiiK, nLion oi mo j.iuifr.i, r?or inrsi.t, jiiiu
cult ilri'iitliinir. Palpitation of tho Ihart.IlvH
torica, Crouii. Diptheria, Catarrh, lilliicnza,
iit-annciit!, xooiiiaeno, Auuraiviu. Ilieftnui
tini. CohlK. Clillln. Actio ChillH. I
The apiilicntion of tho Headv Iti'likf to tho
part or part where tliu pain or dillicUlty ex
IntH willnlVoril ciiHe ami comfort. I
80 Drona In a lialftmnbler Wnttirulll.
in a few niintitca, cure Cramp, ftpgrtrax, Hour
Htoiiiiiili, Heartburn. Sick iloailniliu Diar-
rliicii, Dysentery. Colic, InU In the UowcIh,
and nil IiitnriHil riihiH.
Traveler hIioiiIiI ulways carry a hnttloof
Railwny'a Relief with them.- A (ev drops in
water will prevent lckiieB or pain from
change of water. It Ih better than Frehch
uriinciy or intiors as a iniiniilnnU
PEVEB AO-TJB.
Fever anil Anne cureil for 5A ennta,
Thcro iH not a remedial direut in this worhl
that wilt cure Fevor ami Ague, and all that
Malarious, Billion, Scarlet, Tvplioiil. Yellow
anil other Fevers (aided liy Kailwnv'w 1'IHh) o
quick a Railway Ready Belief. 60 cent per
uoitie.
. . DR.. JtADWAY'H
PERFECT PUEGATIYE PILLS
Perfectly tanUileBa, elegantly toated, for the
cure of all diaorder of tho Htoinach, Liver,
Bowel, Kidney, llladder, Nervous I)leaca,
Headache, Coiiatliation,CoatlvcnoHS, IndlgCH-
tion, iytipepHiiv, jiiuoiiKiieas, iiinoii r ever,
Inllaniinat ion of tho Dowel. Pile and all do.
ranKi'inontHof the iuternal.Vieera,warranted
to ell'ert a punitive cure. -
PVRELY VE6ETA1ILR - Containing no
jneri'iiry. niitiuritif, or oeiuieriou uriifrs.
Ihry-UhHervo the following. symptouiR ro
an I li ii tr from diseases of tho dlirimtlve oriran
CoDBtipatlon, lu-wani i'iici!, Fullness of the
hlood to Hie I lend, Aoldity of the Htomach,
Nausea, Heartburn, PiHguitt for food, Full
noM or wulirht Iu the i'lt of the Htomach.
Hwlniinlng of tlie Head, Hurried and dlllioult
llrenlhinK, FlutteriiiK at the Heart, Choking
or Huffocating Hnnantlons when In a lying Pos
ture, Ditnneaa of Vision, Dolaor Well before
the Hight, Fevur and Dull, l'ain In tie Head,
DeflciiincV in Perspiration, Yellowness of tlie
8k In and Eyes. I'd I si in the Hide, Chest, Limbs
and Sudden Flushes of licnl; Burning In the
rlesh. A few (lose of Kadway' l'ills will
free tho system from an the above disorders,
' ' ' Price 35 Celit per Box. ' '
R ADWAY CO., 8 Warron cor Church St
Now York.- ,
Read Fnlso and True, Rend one letter
Stump to Radwnr A (Jo.. No. M Warren, cor.
Chiiwh St.. N. Y. Infonuathm worth tlimia-
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A FREE PASS TO tAND BUYERS i
THE FACTS about this Grant are Low
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of Ruiulnll, and Jnst at tho right season ; Coal,
nuino nuu uricK on me lino; uncap kiuos on
LuniDer, coal, fcc; no lands owned by Specu
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a greut Through iconic; rrouiiGM will pay
ior A.UUU auu iiiiprovuiuonts.
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h the Shoulder, Cough, Tightness of the Chest, Di
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uid Disease of the Skio, of whatever name or natur
ire literacy dug up and carried out of the lystem in l
liort time by the use of these Bitters
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lie sinking system.
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TOLD BY ALL DRUGGIST8 AND DEALERS.
A BOOK FOIl THE MILLION I
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A W4VAW j the aeiuftl ijitin, vlih lb
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bow to prettr the compltxlon. fca.
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f eei,wlib Bfimaroui cDfrarloga, and oontalna valuablt
DformatiRD for tboM who art narrlad.oroonuBplatoiaEr
rlR. BUUUia book Ihatoug bl to b kaptundarloogi
and ktj, and not laid oareloiil; about tho konit
H contains tbo oinerltaoo and advtoo of a pbrtltUa
vbooa roputatton ii orldw.do, and ihoold bo Im tao pii
Tito drawer or ovory male and fmal tkroag boat tbo on tiro
I lob.. It ombraoot vo rylblof aa tbo oubttxt o f tho gta
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n, ntihllaLail In ... .Ihff Work.
Btsiusnvons tfrMotposuia) forTlflT Osats.
Adiraai Dr. Bum' PIsnilsarr.Ms. 12 i latfl strNl
It. Leaks, ats. ' '
Notice to the Afflicted and Unlbrttmato.
B.mrs applying to th Bttorlms qaaeks wh alrartlss la
aublifl papers, or using sdj qsaek ransdlss parnaa Dr.
kom' wars namatur whtl jrlMusli, at tew oaptsr.
ablatour eoadlllon.
Dr. Butu aetupks ioabls kssM af twsatT-savi
reemlll sioderltd br somsorihtnostMlabraua snadl
sal prohiKirs of Ibis oouolry ao4 Rmops, sod on bo so,
lulled poriooallr or by nnll.oo UisditesMSBiOQUonta
hli worke. OITIes and parlors, No. IS N. Klalb. susol,
boivtea Varksl aa Caaiaul, u Laaia, al.
KEEP THISBIaOODPVIll
And the health of tlie syetei
will follow. Tlmro Ih a prelum
tlon of Iron ami 1'oke Ilo
mora eflectual thna all other
which will remove from yot
tysUim tho Impure and vitiate
blood which cause disease, an
at theanmotlmo build up you
health and atrength ltn-ve
fnlla to curat. If you liav
Hcrofulra,Bcrolnlou llaeui
r or (he Eye or Kara), o
Scrofnlit lu any form. Tei
r, While Swelllnsr. Oh
Norea. Ulcer, or Nerolulou
Intlainuiailona, you can rol
on being cured wltn tills prep
ration knowo aa Dr. Crook'
'om pound Hyrup of I'ok
Koet. Itheninatlain. I'nlii
.In Limbaor llouca. t'onatilu
'llou brokendown by Moreti
ii ui or oiner poison, aro al
cured brlL For Kvnhllla. o
Nyplillitle talutjUierolsnott,
lug equal to it. A trial U
prove It.
Bcanlliy your Complexion.
So not oso paint or powder, but cot a inor
Pnrmanent beauty by purifying your bhsK
his preparation of Iron ami Pnlie lloo
tnakes a rough and scaly akin soft and mm toil.
3iiancoa inur. sanow comniexioii mm r
S-culmi-sannd health, and remove nnv Krnu
tlve Iilneaaea of I lie Mill n, INiuiiIph, I'us
tolea.lllotcliesA Driipllons. Ji'you wnl
iy ctieeKsanu a neiuuiy complexion use i n
ook's Compound Syruu of l'oko l'.oot N
Ifew Tork Offlco. 27 BEEIfMAlf ST.
0 THE LADIES.
A 4H.iniro book contalnlnir answors to
questions
ten cents,
over, I'a.
oi t
irri'Ht liniiortiiiH-c. Sent free for
Addrcsi Mill. II. METHUKU, Han-
iwae-reu. , ' la-inio.
R0 DOLTiAUft r?
gent to eominenca business with, and large
commissions allowed for (Piling. Addra, 3.
H, COMUYJiM, Coldvrator, Mluli. lt-sm-ew
Pill
tArBtSI W THE WORLp.tyT
POST-HOLE BORER, i
JRA HART,
l'atontee and Manufacturer of
SAW AND QRIST MILLS
ImprOTOd
Head Blocks, Post-Hole Borers, Sto,
Clarksburg, West Va.
THE Grist Mills, being portable, aro on
iron Frame, and
STRONG, DURABLE, EFFICIENT,
And tho boBt Mill ever mndo for all kinds of
grinning: can bo easily attached to saw anus
or any other power, and warranted to grind
Flour and Sic nl of a superior quality at
greater rato of spoed than any other Mill,
without heating; or other difllculty tho
woiglit being 1,400 pounds, occupying, onlv 8
foet square-on the floor. Will grind 80 to'W
bushel per hour. If within thirty days, the
Mill does not prove satisfactory, It may lie re
turned aud money and all charges rul'uudcd.
Hart's Post-Hole Borer,
Is guaranteed to make two holes to
ono of any other; does its work rap
idly aud perfectly.
SAVES ITS COST
I IV ONE WAV!
No limit can be found with it after
rial, bunt to any one on trial who
will send me the endorsement of the
Pout Master. Agents wanted.- "
IK A II ART.
Clarksburg, W. Va.
Farmer and others can eo the
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Olllco. '
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aQolumbus & Hocking Valley E. R.
Short Line to the Lakes and the North
r west. , ,
,TVO EXPBES8TRAIN3 DAILY',
A follows:
Depart Depart. ,
Athens. 0:110a.m. itdap.m.
Arrive , Arrive.
Columbus 0:W 11.111. 5:40p.m.
Cleveland 8:55 p. 111. 7:80 a. 111.
Pittsburgh 8:15 " S:20a.m.
Indianapolis 6:S5 " 8:40 ,
Chicago 8:U0a. in. 8:45 "
Xcniii. . 1 12:10 p. in. 8:15 p. in.
Duvtoii 1:10 " 9:45 "
Sprlngileld 1:30 " 8:03 "
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ami nil points West. Also, for Cleveland,,
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U. A. lll'Kl.l., (I eii 'I Ticket Airent.
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"BEE LINE."
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS CINCINNATI
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The following are the distances and fares
from Columbus, Ohio:
Miles To Fares.
25 Delewaro - f Ki
40 Cnrdington ..... 1.45
58-lialion ..... . . .or
tH-Crestlino - 2.20
H-Shelby 8.50
ttl-N. Ixiulou 8.SU
101 Wellington -- - 8.55
196 Korea 4.40
l:i-Clevclnnd 4.50
Ill-Marion - S.M)
110-nellciontiatie -- .4(
14'JSidnov S.15
ln-Uniori fl.tka
7(V-Maiislli'lil 8-TO
Ili8-Alliaiica 5.S.
104 Forest -' 8. CO
185 Lima VM
Ilia-Van Wert '- - 5.05
KU-Ft. Wavno -- S5
118-Samlnsfcyi-.-. a 4.10
101 Toledo, , 5.35
illl Detroit --- '-- 7.3ft
s53-l'lttsbiirgll f -1 7;40
Nil llarrisliurgh - 13.0U
an-l'hiladelplila .... - 15.MJI
BMI-llnltlinore 15.50
S81 Dunkirk - . . . 8.HO
8Sl-Bu(lalo - - 10.0U
lU5-Nlngai a Fulls - 10.5O
8'.'4 Sarotoga ltl.Mli
741 New York 17.5t
1171 Boston via New York S0.50I
8111-Bostou via Albany io.50,
1B8 Indianapolis O.0i
lao-tincliiuali 4.0U
4:)0-St. Louis - lfl.00
Ki Kansas City .... S8.0U
7.'i Leatenuoith SHOO
Til Lawrence 80.5(1
T.W Topeka 3.:
800-St. Joseph - kOU
8.1! I bicago 11.45
4J7-Milwaukee 14.45
44S Ittiiliiigton 18 19
SOU Pool III 15.55
7W1 St. Paul 1 illl.45
M4-LaCroi.se S4.4B
700 Des Moines S5.I1U
5S4 Hork Island 17.05
Kill Omaha -----.--.------- 81.45.
5(11 Cedar Haplds . S0.85
5711-IowaCity M0.50
H0 Dunliiith 10.40
5783-Siin Francisco l!ill.45
The above rate of fare arc subject to chntig-.
es. Address
E. FOKD,
Passenger Ag't "Bee Line," Columbus, O.
Marietta & Cincinnati Railroad.
TIME TABLE.
'
Oa and pl'tor November 0, 1872, Truius wilt
run aa follows;
s
ea
In
Sia
2 Tt
:3 :
t. jj- 00 00 t-1- 10 -WMWJOMMffl JJ
.2 :
i
a 1
3i
ISM- ?M?MM'Hv.
3.??.?
a,
a
"ft
it
i.V
2 ; o
h 3
ut 1 a'
i i. t-
0
B-3
8-S-S
5
ow 3
i
2
t - fc
5
M.iu s ifs'SSs Mi WM
D 10 ID I 00 O 4 HHjtHHHH1'0(l,J'
l Vri:r li I HUM : s i"
d : : : A ::::::::: :
(JjlOO-.JJ-.91 . IIHMCO0'0 JIIlO
m9io30hih iHfr(HfioOaoaa
Sjl : ;jp : : ; T77
tti .. s:!i;;;. ...
r-jjn ao.ai.-oaoaaoo .
CINCINNATI KXPKKH8 will ruu dally. All
other trains dally, except Sunday.
CINCINNATI KXPUKHS. KA8T, nillket no
tlod between lluniilun and Alliens. ... ... i
Portsmouth Branch.
.
' Mall "
Dep. Ilamdcn 4:00 i. m.
" Jackson ""i:mi"
Arr. rorUnipnUf - 1:W) i "
Dep. Porlsinoutli 6:40 a. m.
Arr. Jackson , ; 11:0J " ;
llamdon 11:45 p. In.
Aornmmodat'n
0:15 a. in.
1:81
11:10 ,
- 111:110 n, ui.
4:00 ,
0:itu
TtlAINS CONNKCT AT LOVELAND ,
For all points on the Little Wlnnil Itiillinad,
ami at tlm linlliiiiiiwlls Cliiolnimtl Mall- ,.
r-iadJuacllonforall.Wt.
' Master ol Transportation.

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