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Cut-Worms and Corn.
Editors Country Gentleman :
The time for corn-planting wil!
" Boon bo hero, and I rant to tel
you now how the cut-worms may bo
prevented from doing any damage,
The method is cheap, of easyappli
nation and perfectly sure. If any
body else should write to you in
; the same strain of assertion,
should think he was " blowing
V ) and would give but little heed to
r,i him, but I beg of your readers to
. ' give this plan a trial in the spring
: ..over parts of their fields, so that it
maybe tested, and then send the
result for publication, My brother,
Chalky Harvey, of Chadd's Ford,
Pa., discovered this method and
, : has published it year after year
many times. , I once asked him if
he had heard of anybody else try
ing it, and he said he had heard of
of a very few, and he believed that
more had failed with it than euc
; t ceeded, and that it had killed the
corn oftener' than it had repelled
; - the worms, but that he should con
; tlnue to keep it before the public
until its merits were appreciated by
... ' enough, farmers to prevent the dis
. "covery from being lost again. I am
pleased to say that I have, within a
'.few years past, heard of a good
iitoany who have used it success
fully. ' -C- The failures are are always the
result of miss-management of the
rosiest kind, though the whole
things' just as simple as sweetening
a cup of coffee.5 Here it is. Im
mediately after the corn is planted,
sprinkle on the hill,over the covered
grains, about one table-spoonful of
salt to each hill. More will . do
harm, but how much more the corn
would bear I do not kn ow. A table-spoonful
is enough, and perhaps
- less would do. That is all. I have
buried cut-worms in salt and left
them there a long time without do
ing them any apparent harm, an d
they will crawl over salt without
. hesitation or any seeming annoy
ance, but they will not eat the corn
plants if there is a little salt in its
. sap. That seems to be the expla
: tion of its protective influence.
The explanation of the harm
sometimes done by this method is
, as follows: The worm begins to cut
, the corn, and keeps on cutting it
The farmers' have seen my broth
er's article in the county newspa-
per, or in some agricultural publica
tion, and he gives his corn hills,
' and corn, a dose of salt. The grains
Z fall down the inside of the tender
corn blades to the center of the
plant and wither it. Allow me to
repeat that the salt should be put
on the corn hills immediately after
the planting, that it may be dis
: solved by the rain, dew or other
moisture in the air, and- thus reach
the roots of the plant greatly dilu
ted by the mixture with the soil,
and therefore safe to the young
and tender plant; and also that it
' may be at the roots where it may
,, - enter the sap of the plant not at
... the leaves, where it caii only de
troy, l wish that some oi our
cotton growing readers would try it
on, cotton plants as a protection
( against the worms that every few
; years inflict a national calamity by
making so much of the crop a fail
ure. If it shoultl prove as success
ful on cotton as on corn, Congress
- may recognize the value of my sug
f . gestion by voting me a few sections
of public land, which I will grate
fully accent, ami establish an ex-
. perimental farm.
How to Have Good Mutton.
'. Good mutton is one of the most
. delicious, digestible, and health
; giving meats. In order to have it
in perfection, the variety, age, and
' mode of feeding should be taken
into account. Some sheep will
never make good mutton; some
. others will make that which is very
superior. Such are the Cotswold
s and South Down. Like most ant
mala, it improves in flavor by age,
attaining its perfection at three
years. v ,
In feeding sheep, there should be
! tut few together, which allows them
greater Variety of food and more
a. repose. In large flocks the strong
... sheep monopolize tho best herbs
and grasses, or whatever else they
' may feed on, and thus the weaker
, ones make poor and mean meat.
There are always restless sheep
Where many are kept together, and
the others are kept in . motion and
prevented from rest Sheep well
grazed, with a little grain, are bet
ter than stall-fed. , -
Evert hog keeper should keep
ft bottle of the spirits of turpen
tine, and give it occasionally
through the year, ho will find it of
great benefit to his hogs. , ,
, .'. .
Silk Without the Silk worm
It is . said that tho Italian
manufacturer, Marasi, Las pat
entod a very simple process for
tho production of silk from the
bark of a mulberry tree, in
which chemical agents prev
iously unsuccessfully employed
such as soda, lime, etc., are dis
penseu with, fibers are 6aid
to be obtained entirely free
from parenchyma, and resemb
ling in color, appearance, line
ness, ana strength a specimen
of Moorish silk. Similar state
ments have, however, hereto
fore proved unfounded. .
IIot-Gildinq op Iron. The
process of hot-gilding of iron
and similar metals has been
lately much simplified by Kirch
mann, who produces gilt de
signs which are very uniform
and which bear polishing. This
is done by rubbing the surface
with soda-amalgam(which amal
gamates it immediately, even if
the surface be oxidized), and
then quickly applying a con
centrated solution of chloride
of good, and expelling the mer
cury by the heat of a lamp or
urnace. Similar results may
be obtained with platinum add
Nicotine in Tobacco Smoke.
Experiments by Dr. Heubel do
not confirm the alleged absence
of nicotine from tobacco smoke;
on the contrary, by condensing
smoke from cigars, and wash
ing it in water ann alcohol, he
obtaineda -solution which was
capable of producing the effects
of nicotine, and he also detect
ed its presence chemically in
the form of the salt3 more per
manent at high temperatures.
effect of smoking, he con
cludes, must therefore be ascrib
ed, in part at least, to the ab
sorption of nicotine, though
other sabstances may act with
Inerasible Stamping-Ink for
Linen, &c. .Professor Uottger
gives the following formula of
an ink for marking linen; &c.
that he maintains to be entire-
unaffected by chloride of
line, cyanide .01 potassium,
caustic potash, oxacids. : Di
gest coarsely powdered cashew
nuts, for sometime; at a moder
ate temperature,, in a closed
flask, with petroleum naptha;
then allow the exceedingly vol
atile solvent to evaporate. Af
ter marking articles with the
resulting syrupy liquid, moist
en the place with aqua ammo
nia or lime water, and the
marks will instantly assume a
deep, permanent black color.
.Beware of Counterfeits I
JOB MOSES' 8UVi3m?ii5,P8
Aritortmrittlymiintntrmo. tHAom-t DnogttU
mUamwU -U tht exmafaraiti la Mi frtoiw proUt.
Tht eawtas w IA momt tf J ok Mow m u
poekogt. Alt ottars ore wortttaf tmUatitnt. The
oeniii Pillc tra unfailing i thaeoreof all thoM
painful and dunma cuaeeeee to which tha lunula
constitution ia aubiaot. That modmata all leaaarr
and enrn all suppression of Ilia meusos whan earned
17 oold, inflammation, or diaaaaa. In all esses el
Nerrooa and Spinal Afleotione, Palna In thaBaek
'.V1 00 uh.i aiartion. Palpitation
at tha Heart, Hj.Urtoa and Whitaa. they will et a
oure wtasa all other maana hare relied, and althooith
err powerful, contain ihi" hurtful in ilia anoat
delicate oonati to Uon. "
Circular In Kocllah Carman and French aro-wd
each bottl. (rrtesfnU direction and adrtoa.
The ojhuihi PUIa are eoid at moat dra( rtorM, but
IT roar dnwKiat cannot evtpptr the amuum. 60 not
be penaadod loaceit any conntarfelt or borue ar
ticle bot Mad One Dollar to the eole proprietor, J A
iMoi.ee, 18 OorUandt Htraet. Hew TorkTwith name
of eipreee offioe at whioh roa will call for In pack.
a,and abotUeof the onmmi PUIa eworelfaod
ultlj paoaad u plain wrapper! will be aoat bj return
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES.
BRYAN'S PtTTMOHTO WATT.B9 '
Onre Oounea, Oouie, Arm ma, BaoKOHma, ou
Thboat, Hoauninua, Dimmur IlaKATBuiaTTll!
oipiMNi OoNipnrna ad Ltma Dihuiul Thar
bare no tail of medicine, and any child will take
them. Thonaaade hare been reetored to health that
bad before despaired. Teatimon, aina In hnndreda
?! ,"' BRTAIffl PULafONlO WAKKJU),
Price 35 oeriu per box. JOB MOSKS. Frooria.
tor, 18 OorUandt HKat. Mew York.
THE CREAT FRENCH REMEDY.
DELAItf AKRE'S HPEOTFIC P1XXS.
Prepared bf J. G AHANOIBRB,
ti No. lit Rue Lombard. Paria. 1 J
T5""1P'll ""W ooiani.nded br the entire
Medical Kaoolt, of Kraaoe ae tbeeerf beat reread
In all eaaaa of HpermetorrhcM, or Heralnal Weakneaii
Weak Bplne: Depoaita la the Urine: Menone !.
bilitr. and all the cheat) train of IWeaaaa aruaa(
from Abnaeand Hooret Habile. The ear. whan ad
other remediee fail, and hare been need with aetooiaa.
rnawm, on receipt of pnoe br an adrertlaed Anntl
OHOAB O. MOftKa, f 0oTtlJt.(JX, WJHIXHuJ
8ole General Aa-ant lot iiaorlon,, 0
" CABLO W KlSCHIir," "GOOD UOIHlHa,"
t" 8FRIN0 FLOWERS,11 "SUMMER IX0WIR8," 1
iyrM tha KOl.tmr WiKILT aa WIHII.T f HBU-,
TUK aT WOW (CaawllcHlai), ar aaoo. .
kTwe it thewCamnai era tke iIm ef "Wleai
Awak. ana rn A.lwp 1" um euen
Bobwribm faraUlii AT OH CI
wilt IMr varanoa,
eaa male, eetwr tarwa ,
, wlla nataaa wliaiaj i
merican Submerged Pump.
"Tub Best Pump in the World."
OUit AGENTS rADort over 1300.000 worth of
property avea trom f ire tnia Tear Djr tneae
Hinipe, ueina; me ihoh pownrim lorce-puinpi
11 una worm, ae won aa noN-r bfizinu
Bee Ontuker nnnilMT, pare 8110. alao the Pre
in 1 11111 Lint, page Wft of the American A rrricul
tu flit. Tliln Diiixtr never lecnive the farranrt,
uuollcn la roUruurr nuiulier. paioao. I ry
ba k anil tret your money, uWE WAKBA NT
our puinpe to do all we claim for them on our
Hoiul for clrculam or oritert to the Bridge
port HTg-Co., mo. iw ( naiiiwrBt.,New ion.
Anorilor fur nine No, 1 1'nmof lecnrut an
excliiHive town igeupy , i M-tt
rpHE EOMANCE OF CUBE I
The many evlilencoa of extraordinary cures
mature uaiiy reported aa cnucretl tlirotigli
Rendy Rullef and I'crfoot Purgative Tills, In
written Uitlnionluls from all parte of the
world, ourpttsB In wonder t he moat extravagun t
mirnolci of euchaiitment. Phyaiciung and
medical men iu all countries pronounce tlieno
wonderful rumedios a mystery, that neither
their science of uunlyslaor chemical skill can
explain. Truo, tlnwe medicines effect the
niostnmrvelousouroa, and restore tho dying to
life, and relieve tho most wretched paln-nuf-feriug
victim of Ills tortures, in from ont to
twtiUy niiniitug, and altliough they know some
or tnoiugreuiontHoitiioir coin position, and Dr.
Had way lias published their formula (with
holitlngonly two newly discovered roots), still
both French, Geniian, Kuvllsli and Anivrkan
clieiuists anil pliarniacoutists utterly fail with
the samo lugrodionts as jireparod by them. The
Kreat aiiccess, which these wonderful remodlna
are constantly acnioving, lies In the treat se
crat of comliiuiuir the inarreiilciitH toirnthnr.
after exeroisingdue care lu selecting the pure
oiicn wuiim'rs 01 modern uncmistry as the
8AKSAPAHILLIAN KKSOLVKNT, ItKADY
REL1KF KADWAY'8 PJLLS. urA -u-Mhm.r
parallel In the History of Medicine, for there
m o muiiuiiiui muiua Him diseases tiiiit ai'O con
sidered as incuruhle, and sure death. Yet the
most astoiiiHiinif cures liavo been rnailn Um
these remedies of soino diseases that have nev
er been known to bo cured by medicine
n hXMITM PTII1V fcil'l?Vl?ITT liTTTimn
. . . . .... ..... , lux, 11 1111a
8V ELLIN U, Tumors In the Womb. Stomal h,
vHrira, vuwclh, urignt.-B jjigease 01 me jiki
neye that have been pronounced incurable,
Cancors. Ulcers. Swellinirs. Ktoua in tbn liii.ri.
der, Citlculoiis Concretions, Ulcers aud Sores of
tne Dunen, jiicKets ao neepiy seated tliut no
other medicines have been known to roach,
have been cured by the 8AKSAPAUIIXIAN
KESOL VENT, aided bv tho HEADY RKl.lKK1
Palsv. l'ttrillvsli. l)rv GUnirena that tlirent.
ens a living death lally rolling away of the
limbs and flesh Diabetes, Involuntary Dis
charge of Water, Fungi in the Bladder (the
jMiiiieruraitpoiuou's UK-case), Torturing pains
when discharging urine, RHEUMATISM.
GOUT, NEURALGIA each and every one of
theso complaints thotigli but a few of the
many other diseases, Railway's Sarsaparillian
Resolvent has cured and is dally curing in all
parte of tho world,
rt of tho world.
In 0110 word, an V disease no matter umW
what name designated, that is nourished or
increased by bail, Impure, depraved, weak,
thin, watery or poisoned blood can be cured
ULVENT OAUSAl AKllvJLl AM
Dr. Radwavft Co. hnvA nnvAi nlnlmo nnn.
Iiundrethpartof the curative virtues for their
remedies us is ascribed to them by the people
WhO hHVA llflAll thAlVl tiw lino. In ...In.f
such diseases and complaints as Dr. Hadway,
aiwi iukwiui truatuiuui wiin tneir reiueuies
knew thoy would cure, were enumerated in
their curative list, so that mnnv of tlieevt rnnr.
dinary cases that have been reported awaken
ed as much astonishment in the discovery of
thoir remedial agents as in those who had been
rescued from death, and made whole and
AsnianvDeisons discredited their ov inor
dinary power, from the fact of their disap
pointment iu tho use of other advertised reme
diesand some believed it impossible for
simple medicines made only from vegetable
substances roots, herbs, Ac should possess
such marvelous powor. Yet they can readily
comprehend that the simple grasses of the
field, afturiindergoingtlie chemical process of
distillationdosigned bv nature in the cow and
churn, furnishes us with butter certainly the
muni, iHiuimaii, t;niuuu or IIBUI'-IllttKinK
bone, tissue, muscle, sineVand blood-miikiug
constituents for tho human body.
Hut when those nooulo who first doubt the
eflleacyof these remedies commence their use,
!..... tl...I.. . L - .1 ... '
THE ONLY SAFE ft SURE REMEDY FOR
141'ti, j'lM, WUHMS OF ALL KINDS.
OVARIAN TUMOR CURE.
Never has a medicine taken Internallr. been
nown to have cured Tumors, either of the
Woinb, Uterus, Ovarios or Dowels; the knife
has been the sole reliance in the hands of ex
perienced aurgcous; but Dr. Railway's Sar
saparillian settles this question. It has cured
over twenty persons of Ovarian Cyst and
Tumors, as well as Tumors in the Rowels,
uturue, numD, r,iver, uropsicai ,uusion,
Ascites, aud Calculous Concretions.
Tumor of 18 Years' Growth Cured by
Br.vr.RLY, Mass., July 18, 1800.
Db. Radway: I have had Ovarian Tumor
in tho ovarios and bowels, AH the doctors
said there was no help for It I tried every
thing that was recommended, but nothing
helped me. I saw your Resolvent and thought
I would try it, but had no faith in it, because
I had sufforeil for 12 years. I took six bottles
of the Resolvent, one box of Hadway's Pills,
ana used two bottles of your Heady i(ellor,aml
there is not a sign of a tumor to be seen or
felt, and I fuel bettor, smarter and happier
than I have for 11 years, The worst tumor
was in tho left side of the bowels, over the
groin. I write this to yon for the bencOt of
others. You can publish it if you choose.
HANNAH P. KNAPP.
AN IMPORTANT LETTER
From a prominent gentleman and resident of
Cincinnati, Ohio, for the past forty years well
known to the newspaper publishers through
out the United States:
Nkw York, Oct 11th, 187a
Dr. Radway Dear Sir: I am induced by a
sense of duty to tho suffering to make a brief
statement ot the working of your medicine on
myself. For several years I nave been allllct
el with some trouble in the bladder and urin
ary organs, which soino months ago culmina
ted in a most terribly adlictlng disease, which
the physicians all said was spasmodio stric
ture in tho uiellia, as also innamation of the
kidneys and bladder, and gave It as their
opinion that my age 'H years would prevent
my ever getting radically cured. I had tried
a number of physicians, and had taken a large
quantity of medicine, both allopathic and ho
mteopathic, but got no relief. Ihadreaifof
astouixhing oures having been made by your
remedies; and some four months ago I read a
notice In the Philadelphia Saturday Evening
Post of a ajiro having been effected on a per
son who had lonir been sufferlni as I had been.
I went right o
ft and got some of each your
Hiirsaparlllian Resolvent, Ready Relief, and
icegiiiuting t ills aim commenced takin
n 1 Ills anil commenced tak nn
them. In three days I was greatly relieved,
and now feel as well as ever.
, . ..l .....II n .1 .
J. W. JAM EH, Cincinnati, O.
Price one dollar per bottle. Hold by 1 M ug
gists everywhere, and at Dr. Railway's, No. 38
Warren, cor. Church HI., VI, Y,
Cures the worxt Pains In from 1 to!0 in Inn ten!
Cray NOT ONE MoL K after reading this
advertisement need any one suffer with pain.
XADWAPS READY BELIEF
Is a cure for every pain. It wns tho first and
Is the only Pain Remedy that Instantly stops
the most excruciating pains, allays inllamiuu
tions, and cures congestions, whether of the
Lungs, Hlomacli, Dowels or oilier gluuds and
organs, by one 11 indication, in from one to
twenty minutes, No mutter how violent or
excruciating the pain, the Rheumatic, lied
ridden, Iiitlrm, Crippled, Nervous, Neuralgic
or prostrated with disease may suffer,
RAhWA rs READY RKUEr
Will afford Instant eiwoi '
Inflammation of the Kidneys, Iilfiainiinition of
the 11 1 adder. Inflammation l the Rowels,
VUiigeetion 01 mo 1. lings, sore 1 nroat, 1II.
cult llreathlng, Pnln
nof the Heart. llvs
tones, t roup, inptneria,
, . . .. 1 .. .1
Headache, Toothache, Neuralgia, Rheuma
tism, Colds. Cllllls, Ague Chill at 1
The application of the Ready Relief to the
finrt or parts where tho pain or difficulty ex
sts will afford ease and comfort.
00 Drops In a half tumbler Water will,
in a few minutes, cure Cramps, Spasms, Sour
Stomach, Ilcnrtburn, Sick Headache, Diar
rheas, Dysentery, Colic, Wn,l In tl0 Rowels,
and all Internal l'alns.
Travelers should always carry a bottle of
Radway's Relief with them. A fow drops In
water will prevent sickness or pains from
olianga of muter. It is 'better than French
Brandy or Hitters as a atimulnnt. 1
FBVEE JlTJD A O-TJ-EJ.
Fever and Ague cured for 60 cents.
There Is not a remedial agent In this world
that will cure Fever and Ague, and all that
Malarious, billions. Scarlet, Typhoid, Yellow
and other Feyors (aided by Radway's Pills) so
quick as Radway Ready Jtellet to cents per
DK. RADWAY'S ! . ,
PEEFEOT PURGATIVE PILLS
Corfoctly tasteless, elegantly coated, for the
cure of all dluordora ol
ors of the Mtoinach, Liver,
Rladdsr, Nervous Dlseuses,
istlon, Costlveness. India-ca
Headache, Constipation, Costlveness, Indlgeg
tion, Dyspepsia. Itlllousness, liillous Fever,
Inflammation ot the liowels. Piles and all do
ran gsinents of the Internal Viscera,warrantd
to effect a positive cure.
PpJIElY YEGETABLS. Containing no
ascreury, minurme, or uuieienous urugs.
MTObserve the following symptoms re
sulting from diseases ot the digestive organat
Constipation, Inward Piles, Fullness of tha
blood to tho llead, Acidity of the Stomach,
Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for food, Full
ness or wolglit lu the Pit of the Stomach,
Swimming of the Head, Hurried and dlfllcult
Breathing, Vliittoring at tho Hoart, Choking
or Suffocating Sensations when In a lying I'oa-
tnro, Dlmnnas of Vision, Dots Or Well before
the Sight, Fever and Dull Pain In the Head.
Deficiency In Perspiration, Yellowness of the
Skin and Even. Pain In the Side, Chest, Limbs
oaill mill row, uiu ill 1110 niuv, LiitTUt, Jjlinoe
ana suiiuen r nisnes or neat,
Flflah. A fow doses of Itadi
den Flushes of heat, Burning In tho
A few noses or Radway's Pills will
free tho system from all the above disorders,
Price) UK Cent par Box.
RADWAY A CO., 3 Wumn eat Church St,
Kew York. '
flay Head False and True. Rend one letter
stamp to Railway A Co., No. U Warren, tor.
Church St., K. Y. Information worth thous
ands will be sent 7011,
ratonteo ami Manufacturer of
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Head Blocks, Post-Hob Borers, &o.
Clrksbcro, West Va. .
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And the bCHt Mill over msdo for all kinds of
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Fin,!1 " ,wJTr) flnd wn mtd to grind
. .... i wl A Buijorioi, cjuitutv at
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without. linnll,,,. - .,1 s.a. .... '
a " 1 I.. , " ."A. ""er (uiiicuity 1110
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foet sqnaro on the lloor. Will grind 20 to 00
miRhnlM uni-limit it ..i.e.i ii.iB, . ,i .
- -"' At niiiuu limey uavB, 1110
Mill does not prove BatiHfactxry, it may' be re-
. tiuiiarus rt'iuiMK'U,
Hart's Post-Hole Borer,
a Is guaranteed to make two holes to
' ny other) does It; work rap-
j i"i iwi iuciiy.
SAVES ITS COST
I IV ONE DAT!
No inult can bo found with it aftor
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ill a. 11 a it 1,
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: , 1 :
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No Peraon can tak the Bitter terJ
pg to directions, and remain long unwell, provide
heir bones are not destroyed by mineral poison or oth
neant, and the vital ontans waited beyond the twin
Dyspepsia or Indigestion. Headache, Pa
ti the Shoulders, Coughs, lightness of tha Chett,Di
liness, Soar Eructations of the Stomach, Bad Tat
h the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpilation of th
Heart, Inflammation of the Lungs, Pain in lbs rerion
)f the Kidnevn and a hundred oilier painful symptom!
ire the offsprings of Dyspeptia. In theu complaint
I has no equal, and one bottle will prove a Letter guai
jntee of in merits than a lengthy advertisement.
For Female Coniplatlnte, in young or old
parried or tingle, at the dawn of womanhood, or tfi
aim of life, tlicie Tonic Bitters display so decided aj
nftueuce that a maiked improvement it toon perceii
For luflitnnmtory aud Chronle Rheni
matlim and Gout, Bilious, Remittent and Intel
littent Fevers. DiieaMS of the Blood, Liver, Kidney
nd Bladder, these Bitters have no equal, Such Dit
pile 1 are caused by Vitiated Blood, which is generally
produced by derangement of the Digestive Organs.
They lire a Gentle Purgative a well a)
Toulc, pollening alio the peculiar merit of actiin
s a powerful agent in relieving Congestion or Inflanl
Bation of the Liver and Visceral Organs, and In Biliou
For SklH Dlaeaeee, Eruptions, Tetter, Sal
Rheum, Blotches, Spota, Pimples, Puitulet, Boils, Cat
uncles, King-worms, Scald-Head, Sore Eyes, Ery
spelas, Itch, Scurfs, Discolorationiof die Skin, Humor
Mid Dueaiet of the Skin, of whatever nsms or naturs
ire literally dug up and carried out of Mis system in I
hort time by tin use of these Bitters
Carateful Thousands nroclaint Vinsoas Bit
rsas that most wonderful Invigorant that ever euitaina
lie sinking svsKm.
f WALKKft. Pmp'r. II. II. McDONALD . CO,
pruggiita and Gen.' Agts., San Franciaco, Cal.,
and cor. of Washington and Charlton Sts., N Yorsi
tOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS
, I niarrf im lh b;eU.cical
l T T 1 Ti O I lniviierlnm.il re, t lit i unto 1
WiWW , (jjlttf letualaj-itiu, wllh
Utt dUrovifHrit 1 1 pmducttij mid rrtaUA oflapriOf,
bow tu ri'irvir Ilia eiiilfXu, .
TIiUIn nit intert'ai.ug ork o f l hundrfd tad $ixj
pufoi.wilb u time ruin eugiaWingB, toil cauuloat rtlutiblt
iu(iriautirii (r iIium wtaotir inKrrttd,rcoLi4luiltUtaiatr
rlK. bitllUU liook that out hi lo b kaii uudtr ltk
uJ Ler. and nntlilJ eirleMlff bnut lb houit.
1 1 en'uiaim tba tiierleo ud tylvlct o r a iibTilaUn
lioiv reputation If worldwldc, and hould W)in ta prl
vle drawrof tvrjrnal aud ramaltilirouihoNlilifcotlrc
llobv. Ittmbrtcifvrrihip th austitclof tht (
tratlt it item that U wonh knvluf,aad BQcUlLatll
nut imbililifd In any ihr work.
Him to any oni (fret of paU (or Fifty Ctnti.
A .I tl ren Dr. UutU' Ulifaiat jfNt. la K. fcuhlkitrMi
Kotlca to tho Affletei wi TTafortunat.
Befora appljflpf t lha uotoiiani qnaek wha idrartlst In
J nliltl napiri.ur ulC ny quack rtuieditt ptruM Or.
tuiti" ork nomniior whatsurtMIr Ui 9J Ilr
ir. Uutu ocu(iifU doablf bnH of lwantjr-MTa
renaii;t aludartrd by aont t the aioat ealtbrtitd nedl
oaliiroftiatMraortblsoouniry and Kuropa.audrau btoon'
Mtlled (t-irtrODallr or bjr pi all, on thadlifaivi nitnllnnrd In
hU work. (Hlioa and .arlor, Ko. Il ti. Kt(tiUi Mrvvl,
b.iwtn ilarkwl aud Cbaa)i. Mi. UuU, U.
OB. CROOK'S VINE OF TAB
intt hn proved Dr .Crook
merit than any RtmlLi
llie publlo, n n rlol I
the aUvdloinal flnnlltjca
Tar, and unennnJea f
duMRioaof the Throat
Lnact. rerrorruina tl
W ' r - rnost remarltablo cures.
;w anaioiaa, iiuaa curmi
r. inuny oases of Asthnl
jum1 Brouchltla, tha
una Deer tironounoea
peel no for thoaa oon
pluinU. ForPavluitin ti
Ilrvani, Bltta or liar I
Uraieler Kid ne v all
cna, rl Iseaaea of tl le iJrli
ry Oraana, Jfaumllo
pr any 14 ver (joinnlsUl
it has no equal.
Itesstore tb Appetlli
eatorea tiie Wk MI lebllltael,
CanaeiM tht) YaoA to IllKev
(eniOTea Iysrili ! Indlarcslioi
rreteulss Jlnlarlous evef
BItm tost tojreur sVj steiu.
keep Tni2lltOdl 'jp'tnq
And tha health ot Uia ayntei
will follow. TlinrelHitprcpiin
tlon ot Iritn and Koh Hot
mora effectual thaa U oilier
which will remove from vol
eyeUim the Impure and vitiate
blood which chiisw disease, an
fit tho name time build up you
lealth and strengtli It sieve
full (a cure. If you hav
tk-rofuln. Sir rolalU Diaesu
or 1Q6 t.ffm or t-r. o
nniviiiia sis SOT iviuii sei
tor, wnuo aweilllnsr. .
fioreav, t'leera, or Hcror alon
IiiflainniBUona, you can rel
on belug cured wltlt tills pmnt
ration known aa Ir. S'rot
Compennd Syrap of I'ok
Hoes. Uhenumtlsm, l'iln
In llmh...liA . J a..-, c
I ftlona broltentlown by Moron
5 rial or othes nolaons. nrn nl
cured bVlu For Myphllla. o
iiik equsi 10 II, A (rial w
prove it. , , v 1
' Iloantlfy your Complexion.
Po not nao paint or powder, but tot d mot
P remanent Mauty b purifying yotirlilooC
his preparation of Iron awl robs II 00
nakea ai-oiiKh and acaly sic in soft aud atiiiMitt
shanRoa thut aallow oomplexloit to cIihi c
S-oalincwa and health, and remove any Krnn
tl ve Vlaeaaea or the Mhln, llnipleat Iui
tnlea, Illoushea at Krnptlon. 1 f you wlsl
rjisjr cheeks and alienlt hy complexion, so lu
Press and Strainers
WANTKD. Airniits and Pruldlnrs for our
rKK ANDrlTltAINKlt pressesaml
striilnt Jams, jollios, liorbs, VffroUhtesj Innl,
till low. iiumiU, cIiocho. Ao. Over 00,010 sold in
a few locnllliiis. HoIIh nitlr.k. Krery family
wants It. Hewing Mnrhlnn and otlmr estab'
1 lulled stents are flndinir thlsrerr prolltsble,
Clnulars free. LinLKFlKLl) i 1AMK,
m WashliiKton Bt llosUin, Mass. eswIO-Sw
gent to roininciMve biialnuas with, and Urge
commissions allowed for selling Aihlress, J,
S.tONOVKK,Coiawater,Micu; : U-hn-WI
" J 1.. , J
JpAVORITE SHORT ROUTE
TO ALL rniNClPAL POINTS
Tho "Old Uolliible" and Popular
HANNIBAL & ST. JOSEPH
7 Through Express Trains Daily
L Kiitilpped with Miller's Patent Safety
Pluitorm, Coupler, and Buffer, and
II tho Colobrated
Westinghouss Patent Air Brakes,
1.11U iiionii perroct prococtlon against accl
donta in the world.
. BsaF New and cleirant Day Coaches nnd
iwuuuiiyuuvsoi I'uunian's l'nlane Blcoiiina;
Ursarerun through from KANSAS CITY
to vjuinoy, uaiosburg, Mendota and
Alao, nimiijiineoi 1-tinmKn'sl'nlaceSloep-iig;
tars from ATCHISON nnd ST. JOHlfil'H
i Jacksonville and Wpringhtslil, and new nnd
elegant Day CoacIios from Kansas City to In-
H (11 11 ft tAl lu an.) f ,il ...... 11 in 1 '
fi.,V Tn BitniirA . 1 1 l . .1
nientji In Itn lwav l,.nll., ....i.An
.. .. v,,. , ,,,k,.iini,v iir.apLB
via the Hannibal a St. Jobki'h Short Limb,
nvnidillff nil trAnuAira r,ti.vl, .n.l nl.
r nai'ii 0
ivo,b Bine a, nu prin
cipal offices. Faro always as low as by any
.yuuy. .a.iKgge uiivrauu tlirougu 10 ail oriU-
ciiial points. O.B.XYFOltb,
. . . General Hup't,
E. A. PARKER, Gen'l Ticket A gent.
Columbus & Hocking Valley R. R.
Short Line to the Lakes aud the North
TWO EXPRESSTtt AIN9 DAILY,
r i, ... ...
Athens 0:80 a. m. S:15 p. m.
,, . . Arrive Arrive.
I nliimliii o.ri ... r.,in
(.loveland 8:65 p. m. 1:80 a. in.
I'lttsburgh 8:15 8:20 a.m.
InilinnADiilla.. RiK tt q.jo i
Chirago o:!Xa.ni. 8:46 "
Aenia ia.iup.m. 8:15 p.m.
IlAvtiin 1111 il n,.tK it
Springfleid. 1:80 " 8:03 " .
Close connection made at Lancanter for (Mr
cloville, Ziincsville and nil points on the Cin
cinnati ami Muskingum Valley Railroad.
Direct connections made nt Columbus for
Dayton, Hpringlluld, Indianapolis, Chicago
uuu nu iKiuiis riesu Also, lor uieroianu,
DnlTiilo, Pittsburgh, and all points East.
Take the llockiuir Yallov and l'nu Handle
routo to Chicago and the Northwest; it is tiie
shortest by sixty-six miles, giving passcngera
the benollt of quicker time and lower rates
man uy any other lino.
J. W. DOIIERTY, Sup't
, Gen'l Ticket Agent.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, CINCINNATI,
and INDIANAPOLIS Railway, via CRESTLINE
Tho folio win ir are the rtistnm-i's and fares
ri-oni coiuniuus, unto:
Miles To Fares.
25 Delewnro ............. 85
58 Gallon - . g.us
63 CreHtline - iH)
71 Shelby .., ... a. 50
flO-N. Ixindon 8.20
101-Wellington - - 8.55
125 Hcrea 4.40
138-Clevcland -- 4.50
711 .Mnrion s.80
142 Sidney .- 8.15
177 Union 6.80
76-Mittisflcld ... 2.70
104 Forest 8.00
185-L 111a 4.20
102 Van Wert - 5.65
194-Ft. Wayue 6.25
113-Sandusky .. ....... 4.10
101-Tolcdo - 5.85
216-Detroit -- 7.85
SnS-Pittabtirith ... - 7.40
501 llarrlsbtirich 18.00
607 l'liilndclphia - 15.50
58-Halllniore - .. 15.50
2W Dunkirk 8.80
821 Iluft'alo 10.0O
645 Ningara Falls ........... 10.50
324 Surotoga la.BO
741 New York ............ . n.fiO
1171 Boston via New York - - 80.50
BlU-Hoston via Albany - 80.50
lRH-lndianapolis ............ 6.20
11 Cincinnati---- . son
450-St. IxiiiIh .- 10.00
182 Kansas City a&OO
75 Leavenworth 29.00
771 Lawrence 80,50
7(t0-To)icka ........ 82.85
800 St. Josoith ...... ... m 00
342 Chicago . ...... 11.45
427 Milwaukee .... ...... 14.45
448 Burlington ........ 18.79
50.'! Peoria ...... . ....... ift.56
7811-St. I'aul ............... 20.46
524 La Crosse-.. .- 24.45
700 Des Bloincs ..... 85.00
624 Rock Isluud ............. 17.05
S84 Omaha - ............. 81.45
Mil Cedar Rapids ........ . 20.85
6"9-Iown City - 80.50
280-Dunloith .... 10.40
6733-Sun Francisco -. 129.46
Tho above rates of fare are subioct to chanir.
Passenger Ag't "Bee Line," Columbus, O.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, CINCINNATI
& INDIANAPOLIS RAILWAY.
On nnd after Mondnv. Mnv 8th. 1871. Kx-
nro8 Trains will leave-Columbus nnd Crest-
Ine and arrive at uoints nsmcd below aa fol
i so; -pyi.4. 1 no.6.
Coliinil)iis....ll:10a.ui. 4:10 lull. 2:85 . in
:rest iiie..... 12:80 n.lll. 6:25 4:50
lovclund.... 8:45 11:45 7:80
ItuiTulu 10:80 4:10 3:00 11.111.
Niaijiiru K'ls 7:(K)a. 111. 6:45a.m. '4:40
Itochester ... 1:80 7:115 6:05
Allinny 0:45 x.OOu.m. 1:80 a.m.
Boston 5:20 p. in. 11:20 11:00
N. Y.CIty... 8:80 6:80 ' fl:0
Crestline ....1,2:15 p, 111. 0:35 p.m. 8:85 a.m.
riiiMnirgii., tt:na 1 :xu n.iir. 0:40 p.m.
Ilnrrialmig . 7:15 a. in. 11:25 '8:40 a.m.
Iliiltimoiu... 10:40 8:40 p.m
Washington. 1:10 p. 111. 6:26
l'hildciiliimi :15 a. 111. 8M5 7:00
Crestline .. 11:30 p. 111. 7:45p.m. 6:55 a.m.
Fort Wnviiu.. 5:80u. III. 1:15a.m. 11:25
Chicago. 12:10p.m. 7:20 6:00 p.m
ttbjpSo. 4, leaving Columbus at 4:10 p. in
has 11 Through Car via Delaware for Spring.
Held, reaching Springfield without change at
7:20 p. m.
itiiiii no. a, on 1110 l oitimmis it Jlocklng
.'alley Italliimd connect with No. 4 train.
Through Tickets for sale at Athens,
I'ASSKNUKlt TKAINS returning arrlvo at
Columbus at 12:80 a. 111., 11:15 a. in., and0;60
a. m. .
tarPalaco Pay and Ueeping Can
on All Trains. 1
No. 6 leaving Columbus at t:35 a. m.. on
Sunday, runs through without detention, by
uoiu r.riu anil fluw sura lyClltrai Jtllliways,
arriving at New York on ilondav moraine-ui
For particular information in regard to
thrnnirli tickets, time, connections, etc. to all
points Kant, Went, North and South, apply to
or address 15, FORI), Columbus. Ohio," 1
, , E.S, FLINT. (Ion. fliili't.
JAH. 1 Al 1 EltHON, :
Goneral Agent, Columbus, Ohio. -EOUENK
Pnaanngnr A amit.(lniiilniH. Oh In.
Ind., Cin. & Lafayette Railroad.
Great Through Passenger Railway
to all Points West, Northwest and
This is the Short Line via Indianapolis.
The Great Through Mall aid Express Pas.
scnger Lino to St. Lpuil, Kansas City, St. Jo-
soon, Denver, Sun Francisco, ami all points in
Mlssoari, Kansas and Colorado, " '
Tlio shortest, and onlr direct route to In.
dlnnnpolls, Lafayette, Torre Haute. Cam
bridge Cltv, Hprlnglluld, Peoria, Burlington,
Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul, and all points
in uiBTiori.il wees. . I
The Indianapolis, Cincinnati A Lafayc,U
Railroad, Willi IU Minnactlpui, now offers
passengers more facilities in Through Coach
an Sjejiplng Car Service than any othnr lino
from Cincinnati, having tile advautaare of
Through Dally Cars from Cincinnati (o St.
ixjiiis, Kansas citv, Ht. tiosepn, Peoria, Bur
lington, Chicago, Omaha, and all Intermediate
points, lux'sentlng to Colonists and Faoillles
such comforts and accommodations as are
nnorupd ny no oinor routo. ,
1 Through Tickets and Baggage Chocks to all
points. . . ,
Trains leave Cluclnuatl at 7:30 a. m.. lKX)p.
Hi- and 0:00 p.m.. , '
Tlckots can ho obtained at No. 1 Unmet
House, corner Third and Vino. Public Land.
Ing, corner Main and River) also, at Depot,
corner Plum and Pearl streets. Cincinnati.
Be suro to pun liana tickets via Indianap
olis, 1. 1
Cincinnati A Lsfayette Railroad.
a. I,. BARKINUKR.
Masltr Transportation, Cincinnati, ,
Chief Ticket Clsrk, Cincinnati.
) ' 'IV; 'I , 1 . I ... . I . .
ISHART'S PINE TREE
i. TAR CORDIAL!
NATURE'S GREAT REMEDY
THROAT AND LUNGS:
It is irrntilYlnir to us to Inform tha nulille
that Dr. L. O. C. Wlshart's Pino Tree Tar
loruiiii, ior xnroat ana Lung Diseases, has
f ruined au enviable reputation from the At.
autio to the Pacillo coast, and from thenco to
some of tho first families of Europe, not thro'
tho press nlono, but by persons throughout the
States actually benefitted nnd cured at his
office. Whllo ho publishes less, so say our re
porters, he is nimble to supply the demand. It
gains and holds its reputation
First. Not by stopping cough, but by loos
ening nnd assisting nature to throw off the
unhealthy matter collected about tho throat
and bronchial tubes, which ciium Irritation.
Second. It removes tho cause of irritation
(which produces cough) of the mucous mem
brane and bronchial tubes, assists the lungs
to net and throw off tho unhealthy secretions,
anil purines the blood.
Third, It is free from squills, lobelia, Ipocao
and opium, of which most throat and lung
remedies aro composed, which allay cough
only, and disorganize tho stomach. It has a
soothing effect on the stomach, acts on the
livor and kldnoys, and lymphatic and nervous
regions, thus reocding to every part of the
system, nnd in its lliviiroratlnu- and nurilVinir
effects it has gained a reputation which it
must hold aliore all others in the market.
THE PINE TREE TAR CORDIAL,
WORM SUGAR DROPS,
Tt nlntT iin,lnt mv lmmn.lln(n Atntt. iU...,
-""n assj (assiitvilltV III1CI tlUlls IIIVI
shall not lo;o their curative qualitius by the
uov ui vuutip aim tuiuiv aiiicit'H,
HENRY R. WISHART, Prop'r,
FREE OF CHARGE!
III'. T.. O (' Wlilmrl'i nm,a Pa.lnra in
open on JlomliivB, Tuesdays aud Wednesdays
from 0 a. M. to 5 P. M., for consultation by Dr.
Win. T. Magce. With him are associated two
i-uiioiimug pnyaieiuilH Ol ccKllowieugUtl ami-
ll.V 1'ltlu minn-timltu la .wit nffn,...! .
. ID uuvicu u. Hill
other institution in tho city.
All letters must be addressed to
No. 232 North Second St.,
November SO, 1673. Oin
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