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The Glory of the Farmer.
The benefits conferred upon
mankind by the fanner and
the pleasure which attaches to
his vocation, are charmingly
portrayed' by Halm Waldo
Emerson, in one of his essays,
as follows : " The glory of the
farmer is that, in the division of
labor, it is his part to create.
All the trades rest at last on his
primitive authority. lie stands
close to nature ; he obtains from
the earth the bread tind the
the food which was not, .he
causes to be. The first farmer
was the first man, and all his
toric nobility rest on the pos
session and use of land. Men
do not like hard work, but every
man has an exceptional respect
for tillage and the feeling that
thi3 is the original calling of
hi race, that he himself
only excused from it by some
circumstance which made him
delegate it for a time to other
hands-r. If he had not some
skill which recommends him to
the farmer sbme product for
which the farmer will give him
corn, he must himself return
into his due place among the
planters. And the profession
has in all eyes its ancient charms
as standing nearest God,the first
cause, Then the beauty of na
ture, the tranquility and inno-cence-of
the country, his inde
pendence and his pleasing arts,
the care of bees, poultry, sheep,
cows, the dairy; the care of
hay, of fruits, of orchards and
forests, and the reaction of the
workman in giving him strength
and plain dignity, like the face
and manners of nature all
men acknowledge. All men
keep the farm in reserve as an
asylum, where, in case of mis
chance, to hide their poverty,
or as a solitude if they do not
succeed in society. And who
knows how many glances of
remorse are turned this way
from the bankrupts of trade,
from mortified pleaders in courts
and senates, or Irom tne vic
tims of idleness and pleasure ? "
The question that now agit
ates the entire country is how
shall the farmer market his pro
duce and avoid the extortions of
the " middle men ? " In spite
of the ease with which some
may argue these pet theories,
we confess we do not see just
how this question is to be sat
isfactorily settled. Combina
tions of farmers will do much
to make this class more un
popular, but the time is yet far
distant when their calling will
be entirely gone. Our Western
and Southern farmers and plant
ers have to some extent placed
themselves in a position to
avoid the extortions of the nu
merous class who prey upon
the products of the farmer while
on the way to the market
This has been brought about by
joining the society known as
the Patrons ol Husbandry
Oranges of this society are now
m almost every town through
out the Western States, and
they are also numerous in the
South. This society not only
has an ofliicer who is charged
to look after the interest of those
having produce of any nature
whatevEr to sell, but they have
facilities for buying all articles
needed by the farmer. This
organization, we believe, works
well, and possibly it may
be the means of making the
"middle men " seek some other
employment. We feel disposed
to let our readers discuss this
subject in our columnt, and we
trust that some one will at
once write a commuication on
the best means to bo employed
in disposing of farm products.
We are confident that a large
amount of money is yearly ta
ken from our farmers by men
who have no more right to it
than the highwayman has to
the money he takes from the
unarmed traveler, and so the
sooner a stop is put to the bus
iness the better it will be for
those who cultivatothe soil.
Tub farmers complain of a
month's continued drought in
A pooh Russian widow, being
asked if she did not givo two
much, answered, "Love ia not
afraid of giving two much."
When Grandma Was a Little Girl.
When you were altttlo girl t Itseenn'
The very quoorest thiiitf . -
TO think our gruiidina wore a bib.
Anil drove lliu nit with n Mt rii I
Dlil you have n hitt In ninnii-tiiiio
With a grout broad In ini, like tiiino t
Anil iliilu't it hang ut tint U i.-Ii of vuur neck
When you wanted to smell thu shine if
How 'could you always lio "seen nml not
And didn't you romp nor fuss V -And
wasn't fun Hi fuiiuv then
To you ns It is to us f '
What kind of a doll did you rock to sleep?
An oltl-lH.Hliioned one, 1 know.
DM you have a house ? O Uiaiidina! sav,
Did you ever stump your toe ?
To think you were a uttlo girl 1
It don't seem one bit truo I
I'd rather keop on having fun.
And playing the wnole wav through.
How big wan Snnta thou, anil did
Your grandma trim the true,
And nay "my baby" all 'he saints
And you ad old as mo ?
Dear ! but I'm tired In my head
With wondering all about
Thin grandma : whv hIio didn't stnv
A Kill, I cnu't dud out. . " '
I guess I know a pluco of rout
JJow sing, and pet my eui In
I wouldn't give my grandma ii '
for a big round world 01 girla 1
Naming the Children Over.
I have three' chilren to riame
over, "said Mrs. Drew one day,
and I shall name them Half
Done, Almost Done, and Done."
Jasper slunk behind his
mother's chair with a guilty
look. He, I am sure, was
Half Done; for as quick as
lightning he thought of his
martin-house, begun as soon as
he had his new box of tools,
and never roofed ; of his aunt's
flower ladder, which only had
the sticks and that was all ; ol
the latch he began to , mend,
and left; of his geometrywhich
he had missed, because it was
only half learned ; of the mit
tens ho lost because they
were only half in his pocket ;
and worse than all, of Zebra,
the horse, that ran away and
broke the buggy, because he
was only half harnessed. Jas
per, I . say, quick ' as a flash,
thought of all these, and shrunk
back, more than half certain
that "Half Done,", was his
name. If all he thought was
true, did he not deserve it ?
" You mean me, " said Lucy.
" Mean you for what ?" ask
ed her mother.
" For " Almost Done, " said
Lucy, blushing; " 1 was almost
done dressing when breakfast
was ready. I was almost to
school when it began. I had
almost done my letter to papa
when it was time to send it. I
had almost finished Golden
Threads when Jane sent for it.
"Oh, dear!" sighed Lucy.
" Almost Done, is quite as bad
as "Half Done; and a great
deal more provoking, because
you see, just a little more trying
would have done it.
" ' Almost ' cost King Agrip-
pa his soul, said Lucy s moth
er. " He was almost persuaded
to be a Christian after hearing
St. Paul preach ; but there the
poor king stopped almost but
not altogether. Poor Agrippa !
I feel sorry for him-"
" And are you sorry for me ?"
asked Lucy, softly.
"Yes, my darling, because,
'almost' stops short of reaching
the end of what you most de
sire and need. Your feet are
turned toward the Lord, but
they will not take you to him.
Your eyes are looking toward
heaven; but 'almost' will leave
yo this sido of the Beautiful
Gate, ond this side is outside,
where you would not be left,
my child. "
" No, mother, I do not want
to be left out, " sho said. " I
will put away.'almost ' and take
up 'altogether;' it means done,
I suppose. Who of us is done."
" Who is ? " asked mother.
"Arthur!" cried Lucy and
Jasper at once. " Arteur does.
Arthur finishes. "
Arthur looked up surprised
and pleased as his brother and
sister willinly accorded the
credit due him.
owaro of Counterfeits!
JOB MOSES' wVHS3cVill5E'8
A n mtmti-ly OorWIlanmn, IHtknntH DnvtettU
tmlmor a trll tto tmmlmrtiu la mmju artatar prnfUt.
. .awtst aM M tw q Jab Mow,, on iM
pirlntf. All Htm art vwA' imUalumi. Tbs
ihexuinI Pills arsunUllinsT ta theenraof til tfcnM
painful and dufima dm win to whiok the fonwls
omi.UUitluo li sulijaat, Thar Dwlmli all iiomiti
tad eurvaJl aiippmMtoaof the maw whso esuawt
hi cold, inllammaUoa, or 1ii. In all aaaaa oi
Nartiiua and Kiilnal AAVUniu, J'ulna in tha 'llaok
and Limbs, faucna cm allrbt oiartiim, Palpitation
oltln linrt, ll'latlnaaml Whilna, thaf mUoflaota
cura whan all otliar annua hair failml, and slthonell
TflrT pirwarful. contain u.Uitna borWal to Uim smmI
ctranlar la Knaiiah flamua an 4 Frsneh around
oh boll I, (ttaa nil! illrartlon and arirtra.
'1 ha okniiix Pllia are aold at moat dm atoraa, but
If four dnnjrut cannot snpplr tha (irnuiHa, do not
xiriiail..l to aooant an? ooani4arflt or bna ar.
tlrla but aond na Itollar lo Uia anla prnprtalor, Jab
.llllM X. ID (Wtlamll Hlnoi, Nn York, WHO nam
of aipraaa nffioa at which T" will oiUI nt Uia puk.
M. and botUaof Ula oamilda rillaaaonralrand
anfolr paokad la plain wrappan will ba Mot b ntura
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES.
miyaim rvuioino wATT.nn '
rnro (HiKiina, Ooi.ix, Authm, RaoMdiirria, fkmi
TnnoT, HiuuniiM, I)irriiiitii jmnimiia. I.
rinr.KT IliimmmM mul.i'Ka I)iicAaa. 1hr
ha bo taala of madiolna, and ana oliilrt wilt tk
Dad httfora dftmiairml. TwiilmonT mitmn In bnnf1nt.
of raaiM, Aak fin' IIU7A N S J'li I Ml ) N 10 WA KKUH.
I'rlro M.l r.nnj f.ra.. Jolt II OHJUJ, Propria.
umiMuifia nara iwtn rwaloroa to noajin uiat
THE GREAT FRENCH REMEDY.
IFXAf AnitE'ft HPF.CIFIC PltXaC
Pn.parwl nr.1, tl Alt AHUIKKK, '
Thaaa rill, arahlahlr raoomoi'ndMl hf Oi an Mr
Mwllnal l'aoalirof rnuioa aj ilia tj unwlf
Ins ati.ooiia br Ilia liadin irranob I'lirali'lana duiinf
tha imI' U ynara. Pamphlai of Advli a In aarh Imfi,
or will ha aunt fraa ta an; wtdnaa. I'rio I nor
Ho. Hani hf mall. wwll mIM frnm mil elr.,
i ,iM, on raculpt of nrica hf afif axlvrtl.on Aanl,:
iild'AH ' MUHKH. lso.sTi.mu HxWaiW.kuMS.j
Hrtlallarwl Aawil lw Amorla.
gi'iiU to ciiiniiienca liuln. with, and large
cninmlsalons kllowml fur i'llliig.Addre, j.
N. CUNUYKlt, Cohlwaler, Mich. a-8iu-w
EOMANCE OF CURE!
Tlio ninny uvlilcncvfl of extrnimllnnry ciiivh
tliutnru daily reported an effected throiiKll
Ready Uollef ami IVrfoet l'lirgntivo IMUh. In.
written tuntiniuntnls fmui nil pnrtM of the,
world, mi rpasH in wonilertlioinost extravagant
miracle, ut (iiieliantnient. I'hysiclnna unil
niudieal f.H'u in all countries pronounce, tlieao
woiulorfu! ruineiliva a mystery, that neither
their silence of analysis or chemical skill can
explain. True, tlieao medicines ofl'eot tho
inoNtniarvelouii cures, ami restore the living to
life, ami relievo the most wretched pain-suf-ferinif
victim of his tortures, in from otit to
twtnty iniuiites, and although they know some
of the iugredicutsof their cum position, ami Dr.
Katlwny has puhlisheil their formula (with
huldiiiKonly two newly discovered roots), still
both French, Ciormun, Knglish anil Ainuricau
chemists anil pharinuceui.iiw utterly fail with
the same lug reiiien ts as pr.ipared by them. The
Brent success, which these wonderful remedies
are constantly achievlnir. lies in the irreutse.
erot of combining the ingredients together,
aftcrcxercisiufc duo cure in selecting the pure
and genuine roots.
Bllch wonders itf Modern limn .rv An Hie
SAKSAKARILLIAN HKSOLVKNT, ItHADY
i.r.Lir.r a; KAinvAi'Ufiijj, are without
liurnllel in the Ilistorv of Medicine, fortlioru
ure some lull rmi ties And diseases that are con
Biderod as incurable, audsiire death. Vettho
most astoiindln;r cures have been made thro1
these reiuedios of some discuses that have nev
er beeu known to be cured bv medicine.
CONSUMLTIUN, WllOFULA, WHITE
SWELLING, Tuuioi-8 in tho Womb, Stomach,
Ovaries, llowels, 11 right's Disease of tho Kid
neys that have been pronounced Incurable,
Cancers, Ulcers, Swellings, Stoue iu the Ulutl-
uer, aicuiousuoncrctions, Ulcers anil Sores of
mo uones, iticKets bo deeply Bented that no
other inediciuoB have beeu known to reach,
have been cured by the SABSAPAUILLIAN
lirMOLVKNT, aided by the HEADY KKLIEF
I'alsv. l'aralvsls. DrvGnnircno thi-.tthrcnt-
ons a living death dally rotting away of the
limbs nnd flesh Diabetes, Involuntary Dis
charge of Water, Fungi in the Bladder (the
Emperor Napoleon's disenseJ.Torturlng pains
when discharging uriuo, RHEUMATISM,
CJOUT.NEUKALUIA-cnch and every one of
iiicTou viiiii,iiuia iiimigu one a lew or tno
many other diseases, Hadway's Sarsaparillian
Resolvent has curodaniUsdailv curinginnll
parts of the world.
none word, nnv dL-ieasft no n nttnr nmlvr
wuai namo uesigunted, that is nourished or
increased by bail, impure, depraved, weak,
thin, watery or poisoned blood can lie cured
X HADYAY'S SAHSAI'AUILLIAN ItE-
- wj IIVJH1 I.J41 Illicit UllU"
lnnidreth part of the curative virtues for their
remedies as is ascribed to them by tho people
who nave useii mem; lor bear In mind, only
such diseases and complaints as Dr. Railway,
oi.vi owwmbiui iicuuiicutwiiu ineir remeuies
knew they would cure, were enumerated iu
!lilr nnrutlvn Hut uilh.t n,n., i.n
tunnry cases that have been reported nwaken-
their remedial agents ns in those who had been
rescued from ileath. nnd mml. u-l.i. ii,,,i
Asinanvncrsons dlscreillteil their evtvnnr.
dmnry power, from the fact of their disii
iiointuicnt In the use of other advertised reme
dies and sonio believed it impossible for
simple medicines made only from vegetable
substances roots, herbs. Sc. should possess
such marvelous power, l'ot they can readily
comprehend that the simple grasses of the
Held, after undergoing the chemical process of
distillation designed liv naturo iu tho row and
churn, furnishes us wilh butter certainly the
most abundant fat, caloric or heat-making
bone, tissue, muscle, sinew and blood-making
i-uMBiiiui:iiio lur uie iiuinitn ijuiiy.
Hut when those people wlio'flrst doubt tho
eUeacy of those remedies commence their use,
they become their most earnest advocates.
THE ONLY" SAFE SURE REMEDY FOR
xarj'., ns, dt wUiUlSUF ALL KINDS.
OVARIAN TUMOR CURE.
Never lias a medicine taken IntenialUyheeo
known lo huve cured Tumors, either of the
Womb, Uterus, Ovaries or llowels; the knife
has been tliisolo reliance In the hands of ex
perienced surgeons; but Dr. Railway's Sar
saparillian settles this question. It has cured
over twenty persons of Ovarian Cysts and
Tumors, as well as Tumors in the llowels,
Uterus, Womb, Liver. Dropsical Effusion,
Ascites, ami luicuious concretions.
Tumor of IS Years' Growth Cured by
llKVERI.Y. MA8S.. Jtllv 18. 1S&U
. Dr.Hadway: I have had Ovarian Tumor
in the ovaries and bowels. All the doctors
said there WIS no helu for it. f tried everv.
thing that was recommended, but nothing
helped me. I saw your Resolvent and thought
i woiiiii try it, nut nan no iaitn in it, nccause
I had suffered for 19 years. I took six bottles
oi me Kcsoivem, ono box 01 icailwav's l'llls,
and used two bottles of vour Kcadv Re ef.nni
there is not a sign of a tumor to be seen or
felt, nnd I feel better, smarter and hnppicr
than I have for li years. The worst tumor
was in tho left sido of the bowels, over the
groin. I write this lo you for the benefit of
outers, i ou cun uuoiisii u. u vou cnoose.
HANNAH. P. KNA1T.
AN IMPORTANT LETTER
From a prominent gcntlemah nnd resident of
Cincinnati, unio, lur the past forty years well
Known in me newspaper puuilsners lliroiign
out the United States:
Xkw York. Oct. 11th. 1870.
Dn. Radwat Dear Sir: I am induced bv a
sense of duty to the suffering to make a brief
siiiu-mcm oi uio working or your nieiueine on
myself. For several years I have been allllct
cil with some trouble in the bladder and urin
ary organs, which some months ago culmina
ted in a most terriblv auiictinr disease, which
the physicians all said was spasmodic stric
ture In tho uretlin, us also inltainatlon of the
kidneys and bladder, and gave it as their
opinion maimy ago m years would prevent
my ever getting radically cured. Iliad tried
a numlierof physicians, and had taken a large
diiantitv of medicine, both nllonathie, and ho-
miDopathlc, but got no relief. I had read of
asionisiiiug cures Having been made by your
remedies; ami some nmr monins ago I read a
notice iu the Philadelphia Saturday Evening
Post of a cure having been effected on a per
son who hud long been suffering as I hud beeu.
I went right off nnd got some of each your
Knrsnparillian Resolvent, Ready Relief, and
Regulating Pills anil commenced taking
them. In three dnvs I was greatly relieved,
and now feel as well as ever.
J. W. JAMES, Cincinnati, O.
l'rieoone dollar per bottle. Bold hy Drug
gists everywhere, and at Dr. Railway's, No. 34
Warren, cor. Chinch St., N. Y.
RADWAY'8 UEADV RELIEF!!
Cures the worst Puins In from 1 to 20 minutes!
IrayNOT ONK HOUR after reading this
aih ei tisemeiit need any one suffer with pain.
It A D WA r8 RE A D Y RELIEF
Is a cure for every pain. It was the first and
Is the only I'nln Remedy that instantly slops
the most excruciation nains. allava in II anima
tions, and cures congestions, whether of the
Lungs, Stomach, llowels or other glands and
organs, by one omdlcatlnn, In from ono to
tw enty minutes. So matter how violent or
excruciating the piiin, the Itheiimatin, lied
ridden, Infirm, ('rippled, Nervous, Neuralgic
or prostrated with disease may surfer,
RADWAT S READY RELIEF
Will afford Instant ease:
Inflammation of the Kidneys, Inflammation of
ino milliner, iniintiiiiiiuion oi tne llowels,
Congestion of the Lungs, More Throat, llllll.
cull llreallilng, Palpitation of the llesrt.llys
terles, Croup. JHptherla, Catarrh, (nlliienza,
lleiidaibe, TiKitbucho, Neuralgia, Rliouma-
1 1 "III, Vlllir.. . II inn, J. f(IIU I 1 1 II 1.1.
The application of the Ready Relief to the
fian or imris wnere ino pain or uiiueiiity ex
ls will afford ease and comfort.
)I0 I)rois in a hnlf tumbler Water will.
in a few in i miles, cure Crumps, Spasms, Sour
Stomach, Heartburn, Sick Headache. Dlar
rlura, Dysentery. Colic, Wlud Iu the llowels,
and all Internal Pulna,
Travelers should always carry ft bottle of
itaiiways itcuci wiiii ineiii. a lew drops in
water will prevent sickness or pains imm
cbsiigl of water. It In better than French
iiianiiy or Hit ters as a stimulant.
FESVEIl AND AGUE.
Katver and Ague cured for 80 cents.
There Is not a remedial agent in this world
Hint will euro Fever ami Ague, and all that
Malarious, Hlllloiia, Scarlet, Typhoid, Yellow
and other Fever, (aided hy llmlwav's Pills) so
ifiiiek as Railways Ready Relief, 60 cent, per
Pit. KAIWAY'8 .
PEEFEOT PUEQAIVE PILLS
Perfectly laMleless, cli'gantly coaled, for the
cure of all disorders of the Stomach, Liver,
llowels. Kidneys, bladder, Nervous Diseases,
leiumeiio, coiisiipHiiin,cosiiveneflS, imilges.
lion, Dyspepsia, lllll(iiisne, llilious Fever,
Inflammation of llio llowels, piles and all de
rangements of the. In tor nsl Viscera, warranted
to effect a noslllvn cure.
PVKK1.Y VEGETABLE. Containing no
..I i.. B
aicrniry, oi iiitTnim, or iieieterioiia Drugs.
B-iyMerve the rnllowiiiir symptoms ro
lulling fnun disease of the digestive organs;
Constipation, Inward Piles, Fullness of the
IJihhI to tho Ili ad, Acidity of (he Stomach,
nHliarii, Jii'iiriiinrii, iisgus lor IIMMI, J tt 1 1-
naa lir Wiliiltl III llm I'll it lm Ul..n.n..l.
Swiiniiiing of the Head, Hurried and dlllleult
lireiiiiiing, riiitioring at tno Heart, Choking
or Suffocating Sensni ions when inn lying Pos
ture. Dimness of Vision. Dels or Weh beforn
the Sight, Kever and Dull Pain In the Head,
Kellelcnry in Persuiratlon, Yellowness of the
Skin and V.ycs, Pulii In the Side, Cheat, Limbs
sod Sudden Flushes of heat, lliirnltig In the
r liiHii, a rew noses or HAdwav's l'llls will
free tho system f nun all the boots disorders.
Price S8 Cents per llox.
n ADWA Y CO., S3 Warren cor Church St.
iriT itead False and True. Semi one lettm
stamp to Railway A Co,, No, Us Warren, ror.
ciiurr.n rti,, jn.i. intonaatlon worui.lliou
nil will M aont )uii.
No Person can take the.se Bitters accord
ig to directions, and remain long unwell, provide
,eir bonn are not deitroved bv mineral do i son or othi
ntans, and the vital organs wasted beyond tha poi.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion. Headache, Pa
n the Shoulders, Conclis, Tightnesa of the Chest, Dig
liness, hour Eructations of tne btomacit, Bad last
h the Mouth, Biliout Attacks, Palpitation of til
Heart, Inflammation of the Lungs, Pain in I he region
if the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful symptom)
Ire the offsprings of Dyspepsia. In these complaint
It lias no equal, and one bottle will prove a Letter glial
ntee of its merit, than a lengthy advertisement.
For Female Couipluiuts, in young or old
parried or single, at the dawn of womanhood, or tli
turn of life, these Tonic Bitters display so decided aj
nttueaca that a marked improvement is soon percep
For Inflammatory and Chronlo Rhett
mutism and Gout. Bilious. Remittent and Intel
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end Bladder, these Hitters have no eaual. Such Dil
uses are caused by Vitiated Blood, which is generall,
iroaucea oy aerangemeni oi me uircshvb vrgns.
jf hey are a Gentle Purgative aa well sv
i Tonie, possessing also the peculiar merit of actio,
l a powerful aaeiit In relieving Congestion or Inflaul
nauon oi me iiver ana v isceriu urgans, avu
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luncles, Ring-worms, Scald-Head, Sore Eyes, Ery
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ind Diseases of ihe Skin, of whatever name or natun
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(hort time by the use of these Bitters
Grateful Thousands proclaim Vinigak Bit
rsas the most wonderful Invigorant that ever sustaine
he sinking system.
("WALKER, Prop'r. B. II. McDONALD CO..
Pruggists and Gen, Agts., San Francisco, Cel..
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TOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS
A II 0 OK FO It Til E M I I.LI ON t
M Mda.!l ArrlvHtCouDelortotti
XltSLXriKW llrrl or tlioao Rboui to
- IjDiarrjr on tha ilijililogkl
Ell1!! n A niynUTlHaudrevflliUoniof
ar UAitiVI ihieiutlirttem, vlthlh
Uteat dionrertci ta prodaelni nnd priTenUti oBpring,
bow to iireMrvsj tho cntuplexlou, itc.
Thisjli sa luUTuiiiug work of iwo ht)DdredndiUlf
fi0, with uumeroui eninvlnfii, aut con U lot Talutbla
utormatlon for thuM who ro mrricil,r oobieuplitemtr
rlsR. Bttintii book that ought tobo kept under look
od key, nd notlald oartlsMljr tbont tht houH.
Itcouiaini the xprUnc and tdvloeor ft pbnloUB
TrhOM rfpuutlon li world-nldo, fttid ihould btln tk pri
vate drawer or arerinal and female Uroughout thaaatira
(lobe. H erabracoa every thUiK oft the aubjwtof the ga
eratlrivntem that le worth koowtug, ftnd much that U
not pu bill bed In any ether work.
Beat to any one (free of pottage) for Fifty Cnti.
AddreaiDr. ButU' DlipeuiMj.Ko. iaH. ElgbtliitrMl
8t. Loan, Mo.
Notice to tho Afflicted and Unfortunate.
publio paperi.or ualng ftnv quack remediei ftrit Dr.
Butte' work no matter wbatyoardlioftieii, or how depler
Dr. Butte oocupit t double heuee of twenty-form
room a ; I i ndoraed by eome o f the moat celebrated tnedi
calprofeiaoraofihiacouDirT and Koropt.andoen be eon
lulted peraonally or by naif, ou ihediaeaaee mentioned In
hit work i. Office and parlori, No. UN. KlghtU ilreit,
butweeo Market aod Cbeanut, bt. Louie, Mo
OEaCEOOK'S 'WINE OF TAB
Ten Ycnfc ormnM
lest Iim proved Dr.Uroos
WlneofTar to have mo
merit than any slmlh
lie Dublia. It la rich I
the medicinal qualities
Tar, ond unequaled t
dissasea of tlie Throat.
Lungs), performing tl
most remarkable cures.
elTeotually cures all Covf
anil f'-l .1- T ( K.IU
mwnylH C mw viim .wu
JLi mnnv ojiaom of Aathnl
KJMT : ana Broncbttls, Uiatj
ii-i? bus beea pronounceti
peciflo for thesa cos
Ireast, Side or Uacl
j ravel or Utdnev Ul
ry OrtrsiiiB, JanuUlc.
or any Liver Coniplavlc
It has noeauai.
: 1st svlso a superior Tonic,
Hestorea thai Appetltt
Htrensrtbens) Ihe f4y stem,
Kes tores tlie Weak and Iebllltael,
Casisea the rood o 1Ikcs
Cetnovcs Tysiepsla and Indlpemloi
Pre veil W Malarious lever
Blves (one to your System.
IEET THE BLOOD PUB)
And the health of the systei
will follow. There Is 11 prejniri
tiou of Iron and loke Hot
more eflectunl than all otiier
which will remove from yoi
system the impure end vltfate
blood which causes dlxease, an
at tho samo time build up you
benltb nnd strongtli It neve
falls lo enre. If you linv
Kcrof nla,tjcrof aloun IXseni
ea of the Iyes or ICnrs. o
Ncrofnln In any form. X ci
tor. While Hwellinic. l
Nores, Vlcera, or Ncrofnloa
Inflaminatlons, you can rcl
on belUR cured Willi this prong
ration known M Ir. 4'rook'
Compound Ayrnp of l'ok
Root. Kheninatiam. I'nln
pilous broheudown by Morcti
' ..u v. viugi winuiia. niu Hi
cured by It. For My phtlls, o
IiiK equal to IU A trial wll
Beautify your Complexion.
Do not nsfl paint or powder, but cot a inor
Permanent bounty by purifying your blooc
his preparation of Iron and I'oke Itoo
aiakesaruuKUandscaJy skin soft nndiiniiMiil
iliaiiRos that sallow complexion lo ono c
ireshness and health, and remove nnv Krnp
Uvellineaaea orilsetikin, sVliupleti, I'm
lnlea,ltlotches t Krnptlons. 11 yon vn,
osy cheeks and a healthy complexion usu 4,
Jrook's Compound ByruD of l'oku ltjit.
"caslo i kiscmzr," "goos koikiiu,"
BPRINfl FLOWERS." "BDHMIR rbOWKBS,"
" a w AHJt " aaa " ASUbitr,"
h h. Kci.rr-rir 111111,1 aa hkkii.t (
1 1AN AT WOKS (0aaUilld), lor 4.00.
UTaa of ttaaiCaronoi an Iks flu of " WUti
Awak. lad roil Ailp 1" iuaatlitnl
aaaawaas aauuiar. '
Sabaulkan faralihai AT ON CI
wlia taalr ttroenot.
an make better term
with ue than with any
Jest Thing in the West J
ATCHISON, TOl'KKA, ft 8ASTA FJi It. It
LA. 1ST IDS!
THREE MILLION ACHES
Sltuaft in and nmt Hit A rhtuuit Valley,
th fttunt Portion of A'anin
Klcren years' crodll. Seven jier cent. Inter,
eat. pur cent, reiiuctlon to
cltluii who linprovc.
A J HEK PASS TO LAND liUYKltg I
THE FAITH shout tills Grant nro-I.ow
Prices, Ixiiik (,'reillt, sml a ltclmtn to settlers
of nearly oiiu-fntirtli; Kieli Hull nnd rlplwn
1II1I Cllninto; short nml mild Winters) esriy
lilnntiiiir, sml no wintering of Ktock plenlr
of H n tn I ill 1, mid Just at the rlirlitstiHaoiii Coal,
mono ami lines on 11m line; t iifitp limes on
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liitors: JliiincHtend anil I'm-cinntiiins now
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t gtvM TliroiiKh Hotite; rrodnuls will pay
for I.iiikI slid linprovuimnits. '
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The "Old Kollshlo" and Popular
HANNIBAL Sc ST. JOSEPH
UAILHO A.X3 LIlfH.
n Through Express Trains Daily
L Enulnned with Miller's Patent Safety
I ri.-itfoi'in, Coupler, ud Buffer, and
II tho Celebrated
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1 ne most porroct protectlou against aocl
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'New and elegant Day Coaches and
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Cars aro run through from lfANSAS CITt?
AlfiO. A fin 11 r Inn nf 1i.l1,nanta i..i m..,
jug tars Irani ATCHISON and ST. JOSEPH
... ..w,,,, niMiiigneiu, biki new ami
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diauiipolis ami Cincinnati without change
1 .' r.
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SaWV Thmmrh Tt..lrnfo r- UD1. , Bn
ciimT ofllres.. Kare always ks low as by any
cipal points. O. S.XYFOKI),
. . Uenerul Sup't.
E. A. PARKKK, Gen'l Tlckot Agont.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, CINCINNATI,
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, CINCINNATI, and INDIANAPOLIS Railway, via CREST-
The following are the distances and fares
irom toiunimis, unio:
Miles To Fures,
a Dcleware - 1 hs
40 Curdingtou - 1.4s
5S tiulion - -- -- .... 2.08
OB Crestllno - --. M
71 Shelby J.w
HO N. London - 8.W)
101 Wellington -- - 8.55
125 Bores 4.4U
138 Cleveland - - 4.&0
W Marion ............ s.80
119 Hellcfuntlane ....... ..... 2.4a
142 Sidney ............... .. . 8.15
iri union 6.00
10 Mansfield ................ j.70
ins Alliance . ............ .... 5.
104 Forest ........ . ....... 8.110
185 Lima 4.20
lbi-Van Wert 6.05
1M Ft. Wayne 6.25
113 Sandusky 4. 10
101 Toledo - . 5.H5
910-Detroit - .
35:1 Pittsburgh 7.40
001 liiirrisniirgn ............ n.0D
WI Philadelphia 15.50
5S0 Baltimore .......... ... 15.50
SHI Dunkirk fi.XI
821 Buffalo 10.00
IM5 Niagara Falls ........... 10.50
824 Saratoga .............. 10.80
m-.itw iur .............
tfil Boston via New York ....... so.50
810 Boston via Albany ......... so.50
188 Indianapolis 8.20
120 Cineiuniiti ----- 4.00
450 St. Louis --- . 10.OO
184 Kansas Citv mm
150 Leavenworth - - 29.00
711 Lawrence - - -- -- 80.50
7IW Topeka r. 82.85
800 St. Joseph - -. ... SH.OO
842 Chicago 11.46
427 Milwaukee 14.45
448 Burlington ------ 18 79
503 Peoria - 15.56
7Ktt-St. l'aul . 29.45
624 La Crosse .-- 24.45
1UO Dea Moines S5.H0
524 Kock Isluud 17.95
834 Oinuha 81.45
&iil Ceilar Itapids S0.85
670 Iowa City - . . 20.50
S30 Dunleith 19.40
5733-Snn Francisco ... 129.45
The above rates of fare are subject to chang
Passenger Ag't "Bee Line," Columbus, O.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, CINCINNATI
& INDIANAPOLIS RAILWAY.
On and after Monday, May 28th, 1871, Ex
press Trains will leave Columbus and Crest
line and urrire at points named below as fol
lows: Stations. I No. 2. No. 4. No. II.
Columbus.. ..11:10 a. m. . 4:10 p.m. 2:35a. 111
Crestline 12:80 p.m. (1:25 4:50
Cleveland.... 8:45 9:45. 7:80
llnlliilo 10:80 4:10 2:00 p.m.
Niairaia F'ls 7KX)a. m. 8:45a.m. 4:40
Kochester . . . 1 :80 7:05 5:05
Albany 9:45 2:00 p.m. 1:30 a.m.
lliiHton 6:20 p.m. 11:20 11:00
N. V. City... 8:80 8:30 0:40
Crestline. ...12:45p.m. 6:35 p.m. H:35a.in.
riusnurgn. . :o i:voa.m. 0:4.1 p.m.
Ilarrisburg . 7:15 a. m. 11:25 8:40 a.m.
ilultiinoro... 10:40 2:40 p.m
Wiisbingtiin. 1:10 p. m. 6:25
1'hiladeFphiall :15 a. m. 8:15 7:00
Crestline ...,11:30p.m. 7:45 p.m. 5:55a.m.
Fnrt. Wnviie.. m. 1 -IS 11 in. 11'9K
Cliidigo'... . .12:10 p. m. 7:20 6:00 p.m
tfaJSo. 4, leaving Columbus at 4:10 p. in
has a Through Car via Delaware for Spring,
field, reachiug Springfield without chaugu ut
7:20 p. 111.
Train No. J, on the Columbus ft Hocking
Valley Hailroad connect with No. 4 train,
Through Tickets for sale at Athens,
PASSKNGElt Tit A INS returning arrive at
Columbus at 12:86 a. m., 11:15 a. 111., and 9:60
tarPalace Day and Sleeping Can
On All Trains.
No. 6 leaving Columbus at 2:85 a. 111., on
Siindny, runs through without detention, by
both krie and New York Central Itaiiways,
arriving at New York on Monday morning ut
6:40 a, m.
For particular Information in regard to
through tickets, time, connections, etc., to all
points East, West, North and South, apply to
or address K. FOKD, Columbus, Ohio.
E. 8. FLINT. (Jen. Sup't.
General Agent, Columbus, Ohio,
Passenger Agent. Cnliimlnis.niim.
Ind., Cin. & Lafayette Railroad
Great through Passenger Railway
to all Points West, Northwest and
Mils is the Short Line via Indianapolis.
TUo Groat Through Mall anil Express Pas
songer Lino to St. Louis. Kansas City, St. Jo
seph, Denver, Baa Francisco, and all points In
M issourl, Kansas and Colorado.
The shortest and only direct route to In
iliimnpolls, Lafayette, Terro Haute, Cain
bridge City. Springfield, Peoria, Burlington,
Chicago, Mllwaukeo, HL Paul, and all points
In the Northwest
Tho Indlannpolls, Cincinnati ft Lafayette
Railroad, with Its connections, now offers
pnsnengors more facilities in Through Conch
and Sleeping Car Service tbau any other line
from Cincinnati, having the advantage of
Through Daily Cars from Cincinnati Co St,
1OuIb, Kansas City, St. Joseph, Peoria, Bur
lington, Chicago, Omaha, and all intermediate
points, presenting to Colonists and Families
such comforts and accommodations as are
afforded by no other route.
Through Tickets and Baggage Chocks to all
Trains leavo Cluciunatl at 7:30 a. m., 8:00 p.
niy and 9:00 p. m. ,,
Tickets, can be obtained at No. 1 Burnet
House, corner Third and Vino, Public Land
ing, corner Main and Ulver; also, at Depot,
corner Plum and Pearl streets, Cincinnati.
lie sure to purchaso tickets via Indianap
olis, Cincinnati A Lafayette Knilrosd.
U. L. BARKINGElt,
Master Transportation, Cincinnati.
C. K. LOUD,
Chief Ticket Ciurk, Cincinnati,
Columbus & Hocking Valley R. R.
Short Kiln to ttia Lakes and the North
TWO EXPRESsTnAINS DAILY,
Athens 0:10 a. in. 2:15p.m.
Columbus IIA5a.ni. 5:80 p. in.
Cleveland 4:00 p. in. 7:10 a.m.
Pittsburgh 8:15 " - II -.45 a. in.
Indianapolis.. , 5:55 :1U
Chicago (1:30 a.m. 8:45 "
Springileld 1 :10 p. in. 7:40 p.m,
Daj tou 1:05 " t:W "
Close connection made at Lancaster for C'lr .
cloville, Zsni'svlllo and all pilnM nn the Cin
cinnati and Musklnirum Vallnr Hailroad,
Direct connections made at Columbus for
Dnvton, Springfield, Indianapolis, Chicago
and all points West. Also, for Cleveland,
Buffalo, Pittsburgh, and all points East.
Tako the Hocking Valley and Pan Handle
route to Chicago and the Northwest; It Is the
shortest by ilxty-slx miles, giving passengers
the benefit of quicker tluio and lower rates
man ny any oiner line.
J. W. DOIIERTY, Sup't
E, A. Brjll.l., Oon'l Tlckot Agent.
"yiSHART'S PINE TKEE
NATURE'S GREAT REMEDY
THROAT AND LUNGS!
It is gratifying to us to inform the public
that Dr. L. I). C. Wlshnrt's l'lne Tree Tur
Coiillul, for Throat and Lung Diseases, litis
f allied an enviiieta reputation from the At
antic to the Paelllc roast, and from thence to
sonio of the first families of Europe, not thro'
the press iilono, but by persons throughout the
States actually benefUtcd and cured at bis
ollice. While hu nublishus less, so say our re-
poi tei's, he Is iinnlile to supply tho demand. It
gains ami iioius us reputation
First. Not by stopning cntigli, hut hy lons
ouluir mid assistiiig niitiiio to throw off the
unhealthy matter collected about the throat
nun uroiiciiuti tunes, icnu-it cmmtumtuium.
Second. It removes the cause of Irritation
(which produces cough) of the mucous mem.
brano nnd bronchial tubes, assists the lungs
to net and throw off the unhealthy secretions,
mid purines the blood.
Third. It is free from squills, lobelia, ipecac
and opium, of which most throat and lung
remedies are composed, which allay cough
only, and disorganize tho stomach. It has a
soothing effect ou the stomach, acts on the
liver and kidneys, and lymphatic mid nervous
regions', t l:;.u reaciling to every part of the
system, and in its Invigorating nml purifying
cll'ects it bus gained a reputation which it
must hold almve all others in the market.
THE PINE .TREE TAR CORDIAL,
WORM SUGAR DROPS,
Being under my immediate direction, they
shall not lose their curative qualities by the
use of cheap and impure articles.
IIENRY It. WISIIART, Prop'r.
FREE OF CHARGE!
Dr. L. (J. C. Wlshnrt's Olllee Parlors are
open ou Mondays, Tuesdays mid Wednesdays
from 0 A. M. to 5 p. li., for consultation by Dr.
Wm.T. Magee. With him are associated two
consulting physicians of acknowledged abil
ity. This opportunity is not offered by any
other institution in the city.
All letters must ho addressed to
L. Q. 0. WISHART, M.D.,
No. 233 North Second St.,
November SO, 1873.-6m
Patentee and Manufacturer of
SAW AND GRIST MILLS
Head Blocks, Post-Hole Borers, &c.
CuuKSBuua, West Va.
Tin-: r.rUt. Mm,. i,,.ii,,f ,i.ii,i .....
Iron Frame, and
STRONG, DURABLE, E1TICIENT,
And the best Mill ever made for all kinds of
grinding; can be easily attached toSaw Wills
or any other power, and warranted to grind
Flour and Jlenl of a superior qiiHlitv lit
greater into of speed than auv other Mill,
without hcutinif or other illlllcultc the
weight being 1,400 pounds, occupying nnlvS
feet squaro ou the floor. Will grind 80 to Ml
biiRhels per hour, ir within tliirtv duvs, the
Milldoes not prove satisfactory, it ninv'he re
turned and money and all clinrges refunded. .
Hart's Post-Hole Uorer,
llsgllllraulccd toillllko twn linlea In
one of any other; docs: Its work rnp-
imi.t nun K' ii-cny,
SAVES ITS COST
IN OIVG DAY I
No Inult can bo found with It after
rial, bent to any one on trial who
will send mo the endorsement of the
Post Master. Agents wanted.
I It A 1IAHT.
Clarksburg, W. Va.
Farmers and others ran see the
Post-Hole Borer at the Knuuiiikr
Cin'ti & Muskingum Val'y R.
On and after Monday, November 18, 1HW,
trains will leavo and arrive' ut Lancaster,
(rUtndayt excepted,) ns follows:
Empreu nnd Hail. A Momtiwdatlun,
Arr. 10:40 a.m. Arr.7:tt)p.ni.
Arr. 8:60 p.m. Arr. B:S0n.m.
Direct connections made at LANCASTER
Willi trains on the (Joliimlm and Hocking
v Biiey iiauroau lor Alliens, nicAriiiiir. iiiu
livotho, Portsmouth, Miirlctln, and for Colum
bus. Direct connections made at ZANKSVILLE
with trains nn tho llaltlinure A Ohio It. It., for
r.asiern cities: at iiuiiiiuw unil intr.niir.N
JUNCTION with trains on tho Pittsburgh,
Cincinnati k Ht. Ixuils Hailroad, Kiut am
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