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MCARTHUR ENQUIRER
YYHEiTa trefc has to be prop
ped to stand, then it is ia the
process of decay ; its life has
iailedA ;Fdr every sound tree,
every trie that is in good, na
tural, normal v state, stands by
virtue of the poising of its in
ward vital forces. '' So the" real
Christian stands and is poised.
When he cries for a creed it
means that you shall prop him
-that there is a waning of
faith," a loss of inward divine
force and spiritual vision. And
our nitV is kindled when we
hear men asking to be propped.
Canes for the lame, the; blind,
the maimed, whether in body
or spirit, canes, canes, canes !
( No man can sutler himself to
be judged by another's consci
ence. His own is the guide be
must walk-after, is the law he
must obey. He must say : This
is the light that is in me the
only light that I have, and earn
estly striving to do the - right,
aa God gives me to see it, as it
is revealed to my travailing
quest, I will, I must follow
whither it leads, whether it be
through meadow or desert, thro'
a garden of music or a garden
ot plaints ana tears, never
stopping to figure up what are
the chances of. joy or sorrow,
or heaven or hell. For at last,
when one's eood conscience
gets him, that is his real heav
n, though it burn with furnace
fires, though a cross stand there
red with the blood of the era
cified.
A few evenings ago, just as
the sun had sunk below the
horizon, and the weird twilight
came creeping over the earth
with its impressive silence, two
Orioles flew into an apple tree
that stands by our window.
They were husband and wife,
doubtless, married by the mat
ing ot Him who made them,
whose trusting, quiet, beautiful
little children they are. From
whence they came we know
not; : Why they came we can
not tell, unless it was to bring
us a lesson. We think they
did a : lesson of faith in the
infinite, paternities of the ad
verse. For in that tree, white
with bloom, we observed they
found food, and with the look
of perfect gratitude in their
faces, they hopped from bough
to bough, and did eat. It was
a trial-hour in our own soul,
and we looked up and said:
"God, help us to trust thy Fath
erhood as these, dear, quiet
birds trust it 1"
' We have just read the fol
lowing in an exchange :
Yesterday th Ray. Dr. Page preached an
excellent sermon in Christ church, , to
a highly respectable congregation.
This has a phrase in it that
. is getting exceedingly common.
For this reason we allude to it.
We mean, "a highly respecta
ble comregation." You read
almost daily that Rev. Mr.
Smith, or Jones, or Brown
preached at , to a "highly
respectable congregation." Now
we dislike such expression in
our soul. ' It carries with it a
caste tone that we feel obliged
to rebuke. Whether so meant
or not it discriminates against
congregations and people that
are set down as not "respect
able." ; No man has any right
to use such discriminating phra
seoloeV in connection with
preaching, especially with
preaching the gospel of that
Christ who was the friend of
sinners, and was held in his
time as not himself being re
spectable. The very name of
Jesus Christ,' to Bay nothing
of his conduct and spirit, re
bukes all such carnal phrase.
We read that he preached to
publicans, harlots, sinners, to
the lepers, the lame and the
blind, but never to "a highly
respectable congregation." In
the deep-seeing , eyes of God,
that burn in an infinite, flame
of purity and holiness, respect
ability is often quite a different
,' thing from what it seems to us.
' Dcaraa court at Lancaster, a
witness was interrogated and
- answered in the following man
ner: ' Which way was the cow
runnine?" Answer "She was
riinninir awav from me." Then
said the sharp attorney, "which
wav were you running! An
gWer "I was running after the
. ' ' - .. f ' i
COW. 1 '.
A Connecticut youth, who
read in a Hartford paper of the
j hygo clerical force employed
by one of the insurance com
: . panies, called at the office the
" other day, with a young lady,
. and politelV Esked to have one
of , the clergymen to marry
them.:,'. ;. .. . ..... ! ' "' 1
General Jackson and Railroads.
While Gen. Jackson was
President of the United States
rom 1829 to 1837, he. was
accustomed to travel in his pri
vate carriage from5 Washington
to his home at the Hermitage in
Tennessee. ; At all the stopping
places on the route the people
of the vicinity assembled to
greet him and hold friendly
intercourse with him. In the
summer of 1836, while passing
through the valley of Virginia,
he stopped to pass the night in
small village in Rockbridge
county. As was his custom,
he had a friendly chat with
those who called , to see him.
Railroads at that day were fewj
and the public were talking and
speculating upon their success
and usefulness. , General Jack
son told his hearers that they
would succeed and become very
popular, and turning to several
young men present, he Baid :
f'Y&umf " gentlemen, you will
live to see the tipae when these
roads will become great mono
poliei, controlling the State
Legislatures and even Uongress
itself; in fact they will be worse
than the United States Uank.'
One of the young men who
heard President Jackson make
the above prediction, thinks he
has lived to see all that "Old
Hickory" then predicted.
Safe Test for
Coal Oil-
An exchange savs: The most
effective way to stop the- sale
of dangerous oils and burning
fluids which are so destructive
to iife and property is to - edu
cate the people. The test is so
simple that it is in the , power
of every one. i It has often been
published, yet there are thous
ands of people who have never
heard it. You will benefit the
people by repeating .it often
The test is as follows: Pour
a small quantity of oil but upon
a saucer or - tin plate; apply a
lighted match; if it ignites
immediately, or even before the
fire touches it, let the 'oil be
returned to the vender as unsafe.
! Good safe oil will not flash,
but burn slowly when the light
ed match is dropped into it, and
the fire is extinguished as soon
as the match is removed. If
the people will subject their oil
to this test and use only that
which stands, it, accidents will
be rare. . ..... , ;.
"WHAT; would ; you give,"
asked a conceited young man
of a venerable gentleman sitting
opposite to him at the table,
"to be as young and sprightly as
I am?" The old gentleman re
flected a moment, and . then
solemnly said "I don't know
hut what I would be almost
willing to be as foolish as you
are."
1
MEDICINES.
Jowaro of Counterfeits I
JOB HOSES' uWtiW!W2?l
Art mtm. OpOTrmraTTO JMku DraMlttt
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HW AU iM arm M.lAi ' ' - H4.
psiahd ud daaetrau dmii.m to vblsa Ike I
H"1 of dut bvoms vbaa sii
Kenio. iantwmaliwQ, os rtniMis. , it KiiuM oi
uwviwd HiSjmI ASeetiwuy Aiae ta Ui Hok
sua luitM. ruiM so slbtht eieruoa. PsiulUtiaa
m eh tu eilne Bisau liMlsild,a4alUiata
.wr vfuL Mtaia ttuthint aorttai to U awet
d ilioals SMMtttatkua.
tiirraur m Haaliasi German snj Tisaik sjuuii
an. WtO. fivMfuU dlfMUOB aadadvtHT
'HuaastruiaHitoafesutdstnaitdniastans.bal
II four 4raiuiat ium wpply Ike ohmuub, Ua not
b psnuuiwl ta auwut w, eaaalarfsit r biwiis
t.i tui toad Use Utdbur te Uw taie wunilviar. Jb
U UorlUmlt HtmL. N Vik
at uprM MMe at wtiih yua will salt lor the pok
10. ud bottle at tb aaanuia Puis SMunly u4
wlr vekai ta plaia. Wfmwn will aaal b Mm
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES.
URTAX'a prT.MuTrro vra-rvna
Oare Ooson. OoLD. Aituku, Bbokcutis. NoM
Tuaxu, Hoiaaaassa, Viiticvu Bauiviaa, In-
CltutMt CtimDUrruiS ami) I.nya liunu. 11m
ante eetsMe at awdwins, and ur kild will uke
1HHUH IM MM IMOMUIMIIS Vol
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ill Mr.
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Periodicals.
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bis nam I registered, stld number being
represented by adupllcatoia thadlstrlbntiou.
Aersnts (endlna 10 names and t)JW at on
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rpHB ROMAUCE OP CUBE!
The uiauy evidence ol extraordinary oures
mat are uauy reponeu Mtunwu
;,!i-f DR. RAOWAY'a
Sarsaparillian Resolvent.
Bea.lv Relief and Perfect Purgative l'lllt, in
Written testimonials train all parU ol the
world, surpass In wonder the most extravagant
niu r.t mw.hantmi.nt. Phvslciaua and
medical raeu iu all countries pronounce inw
wonderful remedies a mystery, that neither
theirsciouceof analysis or chemical skill can
explain. True, these medicine effect the
most marvelous cures, and restore the dying to
life, and relieve the moat wretched pulu-suf-furinir
vi.'tim of his tortures, iu from out to
twenty minutes, and although they know some
of the ingredients of their coin position, audur
Hn.iit'nu hud tutmianMi nipir ionnuiH miiu1
holdiugonly twonewly discovered toots), still
chemists aud pharmaceutists utterly fail with
the some ingredients as iircpurvu wj mm.. "
great succh.is, which these wonderful remedies
are cnnstnntly achleviujr, lie iu the great se
cret ol combining the ingredients together,
afUr exercising due care iu selecting me pure
auageuuine roots.
Such wanders of Modern Chemistry as the
SA IMA HARM, 1.1 AN ltKSOLV fcNT. UKADl
KKl.ltCK ft HADWAY'SPII.LS, are without
parallel in the History of Medicine, for there
are some infirmities and diseases that are con-
sldered as incurable, and sure death. Vet the
Most astouudiug cures have been made thru
these remedies of some diseases that have uev
er been known to be cured bv medicine.
SWELLING, Tumors in the Womb. Stomach,
wanes, Howeis, ungues uisease oi me am
nevs that have been nronouueed Incurable,
Cancers. Ulcers. Swelling. 8 tout Iu the Mad
der, Calculous (Joncretious, Ulcers and Sores of
tue nones, motets so oeopiy seauKi uiai no
other juedioiues have beau known to reach,
have beeu cured by the SAKSAP AK1I.L1AN
B r.s L v KM l aided by tne u.jlu x jututi
. I UIIIUJ .
t'altv, raraiysia, urvciangenB-iucmireai-eus
a living death dally rotting away of the
limbs auu nesn uiaueies, involuntary kis
charge of Water, Fungi In the Bladder (the
Emperor Napoleon's disease). Torturing pains
wlieu niscnarging urine, nnt.uiii.
GOUT. NEUKAliGIA each aud every one ol
these complaints though but a few of the
many other diseases, Budway Sarsaparillian
Resolvent has cured and 1 dally curiuglnail
parts of the world.
Jnone word, any disease no matter under
what name designated, that la nourished or
Increased by bail, 'impure, depraved, went,
thin, watery or poisoned Mood can be cured
by RAD WAY'S SARSAPARILLIAN RE
SOLVENT.
Dr. Railway 4 Co. have never claimed one
hundreth part of the curative virtues tor their
remedies as Is ascribed to them by the people
who have used them; for bear In mind, ouly
such diseases and complaints as Or. Radway,
after successful treatment with their remedies
knew they would cure, were enumerated in
tueir curative net, so tnai many of toe e.iraor
dluarv cases thathave been renorted awaken
ed as much astonishment In tue discovery of
their remedial agent as in those who bad been
rescued from death, and made whole and
sound.
As many persons discredited their extraor
dinary newer, from the fact ot their disap-
poUitiueut in tlie use of other advertised reme
diesand some believed it impossible for
simple medicines made only from vegetable
substances roots, herbs, Ac should possess
inch marvelous Dower. Vet the v can neadiiv
comprehend that the simple grasses ot the
Held, after undergoing the chemical process of
distillution designed by nature la the eow and
churn, furnishes us with butter certainly the
must ulinndunt rati caloric or heatHiiakius:-
aiorio or neat-uium
bone, tissue, muscle, sinew and blood-making
const HuenU for the human body.
But when those oeoule who nrst doubt the
f nicacy oi tnese remeaies commence tueir use,
IUC) UCCUIUW IIIL'11 VUU UUlWIIICh
WORMS.
TH K ONLY SAi'fi A (IL'IIK BKklEDY FOB
TAPE, TIN, 1 W01i13 Or ALL aUXDS.
OVARIAN TUMOR CURE.
Never has a medicine taken internally, been
known to have cured Tumors, either of the
Womb, Uterus, Ovaries or Bowels; the knife
bat beeu the sole reliance in tne nanus oi ax-
uerienred eurveoiis: but Dr. Uadway'a Sar
saparillian settles this question. It has cured
over twenty Demons of Ovarian Cysts and
Tumors, as well as Tumors in the Bowels,
Uterus, woiud, i.iver, tiropsicai e.uusiea,
Ascites, and Calculous Concretion. . ..
Tumor of 19 Tears' Growth Cured by
lladtvay's Resolvent.
- Bevmi.t, Mass., July 18, I860.
I. kiDtir: I tuvBhtaOisriMt'iiMw
In the ovaries aud bowels. All the doctors
said there was no help for it I tried every
thing that, was recommended, but nothing
neipcu me. l saw your itesuivvui miu ihuhkh.
1 would try It, but had no faith in it, because
I had suffered for 13 vears. I took six bodies
of the ltesolveut, one box of Badway' Fills,
nd used two bottles of your Beady Ue)lef,aud
there ia nut a sitfu of a tumor to be seen or
felt, and I feel better, smarter aud happier
than I have for IS year. The worst tumor
was in the left side of the bowels, over the
groin. I write this to you for the benefit of
others. You can publish it If you choose.
, - HAAAAxi r. nuAttr,
AN IMPORTANT LETTER
From a nromluent gentleman and resident of
Cincinnati. Ohio, for the past forty years well
kuown to the newspaper publishers through
out the United States:
NkW i ore, uct. 11 tn, ltriu.
Da. TIadway Dear Sir: I am induced by a
sense of duty to the suffering to make a brief
statement of the working of your medicine on
myself. For several year I nave been mulct
ed with some trouble In the bladder aud urin-
y orguns, which some months ago culmiua-
ted iu a moat terribly afflicting disease, which
the physicians all said was suasiuodlo stric
ture in the uretha, as also iunamatlon of th
kiduev and bladder, aud gave it a their
opiuiiiu that my age 73 years would prevent
my ever getting rauicany curat, i uaii vneu
a number of phvslciana, and had taken large
quantity of medlciu, both allopathic and ho
lnofopathlo, but got no relief. . 1 had read of
astonishing curea uavuig oeeu inaue uy your
remedies; and some four months ago I read a
notice In the Philadelphia Saturday Eveulng
Postof a, cure having been effected on a per
sou w ho bad Ion tc been snfferln a as I had been.
I weut right off and got some of each your
maiiarlitiau Kesoivent, iwaxiy iiener, an
KulatltiK Pills and commenced takin
tliein. In three days I was greatly relievei
sua uotvieei as wen as ever. ,
-. . .1. w . J amilb, Cincinnati, o.
'Price one xlollar per bottle, bold by Drug
gists every wiiere, ana at ur. ttauwaye, no.
VVarren..cor. Church St. N. Y. t .
DE. IE. ZEr.
BADWAY'S READY RELIEF!!
Cures the worst Pains in from 1 to SO minutest
IHyNOT ONE HOUR after reading this
advertisement need any on suffer with pain.
SA D VA Y'S Si A D T RKLltT
Is a cure tor every pain. - It was th first and
Is th euly Pain Remedy thai Instantly stops
tne most excruciating pains, aiiays innainina
tlons, and cures congestions, whether ot the
Lunirs. Stomach. Bowels or other alauds and
organs, by one application, in from oua to
twenty minutes. No matter bow violent or
exuruclatinir the vain, the Rheumatic. Bed
ridden, In II mi, Crippled, Nervous, Neuralgic
or prastrateu witu uweaae may suser, - -BADWArS
BIADY SILIST
i Will afford Instant ease: -
Inflammation of the Kidneys, Inflammation ot
the Bladder, Inflammation of th Bowels,
Congestion of the Lunsrs. Sor Throat. Dim-
cult Breathing. Palpitation of th Heart.Hys-
terica, croup, Lupuieria. caiarrn, innuenia,
Headache, Toothache, Neuralgia, Kheuuia-
.i .Ai.id j. l.m. i.,.ii,iii.
waul, wiwh VMtiu, " U . .in...
The apidicatlon ot th Ready Relief to th
part or puru wuere uie pain or uimcuity ex
ists win anoru ease ana comion.
SODroD la a half tumbler Water will
In a few minutes, cur Cramps, Spasms, Sour
Stomach, llourtuurn, Slot Ui
I Ulnk
leadaobe, Dlar-
rhwa, Dysentery, Colic,
lysentery. Colic, wind In Uie Bowels,
and all Internal Pains,
Travelers should alwava carry a bottle of
uaiiway's iteiiei wivii mem. a lewaropsia
water will prevent tlcknest or pains from
change of water. It la better than French
Braudy or Bitters as a stimulant
FEVER A.JTT A&UB,
Fever aud Aeu cured for Sit cants
There is not a remedial agent In this world
that will cure Fever and Ague, and all that
Malarious, Bllllous. Scarlet, Typhoid, Yellow
and other Fevers (aided by Had way's Pills) so
quick as Radways Beady Relief. 60 cents per
bottle.
1 ; ' DBl BADWAY'S
PEBFEGT PUEGATIVE PILLS
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated, for the
cure or nil aisoraer or tne stomacn, Liver,
KoweiH, Kiuneys. meaner, Jiervou Atiseases,
Headache. Constlostion. Costiveness. Indiires-
tion. Dyspepsia. Biliousness, Bilious Fever,
, Illlilllllllu.lt'U I .ii u vvnein, . a.v .uu m 1 1 , 1
rangementaof the internal Vlscert.warrauted
to ertert t positive cure.
fVKELY y SUITABLE. Containing no
atercury, aiinorais, or ueieteriousurugs,
Ol
bserve the following symptoms re
uTiiug from disoate of thedigostive organs
tipation, Inward Piles, Vullnens ot the
bliHKfto the Head, Acidity of tlie Stomach
lAlllPtllfcttlUUi
Nausea, iinartiiurn, uisgust tor romi, run
nen or weieht In the Pit, of th Stomach
Swimming of th Head, Hnrrlrd and illrnrnlt
Ureal hln ir. Flnttorlna' at tha Heart. Chokina-
orBunocaung Bensations wnen inaiying ros
turn, Dlmnceaof Vision, I Kit or W ebs before
the Bight, f ever ana nun rain in tne Head.
Dclicluiwy In Perspiration. Yellownnas ot the
Skin add icyns, -ain in tue niue, unest, tiimue
aud Huddeu Flushes of beat, Burning In the
Flesh. A few done of Radway' I'illswill
free th system from All til abov disorder.
!' Pr(M SB Cent B.Jaai
R ADW AT A CO- n Warrfojaor Cbnn SC
New York. ; . . m.- . f:
--- Read Falsa and Tm. Stmd on latter
atuim to Railway A -Cow Xu. ft uTarreu. cor.
Chutiti St., N. Y. IiiJormaUujr'Wortli thous-
atld win in sent jou
Medicine.
MEM
ilwsafisaiiiiiiii..iiiMlaaawi
Ha PeraoN caat tak these Bitter accorl
Pf to dirtctions, and raiaaia long unwcIL provids
heir bonti an not dsstioysd by mineral poison or oiM
atsua, tni tht vital orgini sraswd beyond tli foi
if rtpsir,
Pyapepale, r Iadlf estlou. Headache, Pm
h tlis Shoulders, Coegjhs, Tightneu &f the Chttt, Di)
linsw, Soar Eructation of the Stomach, Bid Tl
h tht Mouth, Bilious Atttckt, Palpiutios of lb
(f esrt, Innsmmatioa of th Lunis, Pin in ths rerion
ft the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful symptom
it the offtprints of Dysptpsis. In thsse compltint
I hu no squal, and on bottle will provs a tttur ua
tntts of its merits than a knfrtiy advertisenrat.
Vor Fsual Clomulatinta. in yonnf o oU
mrriaJ or sintl. at th dm of womanhood, or th
aim of lift, these Tonic Bitten displijr to dttided a
nflueoc that a nuuked improvement it Boon parcef
jble.
Baw Intlaanaaatorr ud Cbroule Rka
aiatlsaa and Oout, Bflioue, P eminent and Intel
bitient Fever. Dicta of the Blood, Liver, Kidoey
md BUdder. that Bitters hare no equil. Such Oil
wtes an caused by Vitiited Blood, which la general)
Hpduced by dersnaunent ot the Uigtsuve ursine.
tUa at at Utatl Faraatlv aa well ay
4 1'oale, psueulug also tlie peculiar amis at aetia
b a nowerful aceut in renevint loaesslKMi ot Insau
anion of tu LivM and Visceral Organs, and ia Biliou
Distaste. ' ' ; 'n
For Bkla DIMM, Eruptions, Tetter, Sal
fcheum, Blotches, Spots, Pimpl, Puttules, Boils, Csi
nudes, Kinf-worat, Scld-Hd, Sort Eye. Er)
ml... Itch. Scurfs. Discoloration ef lb Skia. Humor
ind DitesMS of ths Skin, of whtiever nuut or nstun
u llterauy oug up sna csrrivg vui ui iut .jai.i.
Jinrt tim bv the use of then Bitters
Grateful ThoasaacW proclslia Vinicab Bn
ran til most wondcrtul Invnannt that aver sustains
bs sinking eyttein. .
I WALKER, Prop'r. B. H. af cDOHALD CO.
Pruggittt and Gen. Agts., San Frsaciico, Ctl..
andoor. of Wsihinirtiin andChirltos Sis., New York
U)LD BV ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION
Aprtt.ttC.u.Mtorwlbe
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, uarry u U. r.toel.a
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I.Mit IMT.rlM is sradttlns .ot pnitsUsi
tow u pree.rv. tfc.eowflfle, a. ... .
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itMiraull lll.a U.H tkrt sl aa UptuStt Itek
ZdMT, e.UI ew.lM.lr .b.iilia.koM.
1 1 ea.ulM Ue uruieM sat aMta e f . rkteltUa
kH. np.utUa 1. WMlt-wl., est rto.l tela IS. prt
nu tnvw.r trery bus h MBM.ttr.nik.il it. wUr
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a..i u .uj (fit at smim.) hrtiftr wu.
AdlrtMbr. l.iu' BUiasr;,Xt. ia- kwkittlretl
K. Les.He. ' . .
Kotlc to tht Affllotei i&l VnMnuU..
B.ar kpplylst u rk twUrkM sta aaa tlf tub la
,l2p.r. "r aam J .Mk . .
.turn- K5aoMlk.i7sriHi1 trkw
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tM it .1 MwMtllr la X.I Ik euM nlekrltM Bt4l
IpratoMtr. f uUMiklry ul t.rp, ta taa aa
t.lUS p.nM.11' at uuC U.dlHM. B..UMM la
kl.vk.. oateutp.ilerl.lli. II M. XlkU bums
SMatxsMwk.lk.iUkut.l.Bl.UkU.ll.. .
OH: CROOK'S WINE OF TAB
. TMaTaBMeafttllbl
-fl . teak hat proved Dr.Crooa
J( Jr Vlnrra-tohaveniQ
merit inaa any eiuue
ureparatioa tver ottered
Uie public It, l rlolt I
th tuedlcliial qualUiOB'
Tar, and) pneoualod) f
dlaeaaea ot Uie TlartMUt
lad performtud il
moat reiruu kable ou re.
ainvntiiKllT ouroaall HaaST1
W(J
-m-fr aadtlolttt. It baa curexi
.kv aulBSJ,-.T-"rT.7
r attta prtisicM.M, wm
baa beea pronoauoixj
eon
ufalnta, For Pal a in at
brcaai. KJa . ataeil
U ravel ftr iitatMy til
Saaa.dlwaseaofUielJrti
rjr urnaa.j.si.
or any Over C)ouiplai
It naa no eiquiu.
Jieotoreti lb AspaUli
(trt tire Wtaa. aad lblijtalad,
CaHten tit t ooa t Ulga
leuiavM Dyauepsla And laaiaeaUm
lfeuta Malarious Vever
Bla If o ;
ItEET TIIEBLOOD VUl
And the health of tha ayatei
will follow. There la a preiian
tlon of I rest and aoke Hot
mora effectual tliau nil oliior
which will remove frmn yoi
yatam theiuipura and vitiate
blood which cause dlsoaeo, an
at theaaiue tliue but LI up yob
besltbaudtAraugUi II neve
lalla ta care. If you Imv
brafuli,BrlBlotia lllaeai
a of (ha Kyaa r Jra, i
fceroful la aay fornt, Ti
tr. Vkiilta firlllBa-. til,
Haraa, V leara, ar aterofHlaa
taflauiiaatlsi,ycu can rul
oured wiln wis firept
Down aa It. Croak
UVKk BTjrrag if fait
Unexiiwatlana. VuIh
LlmkaA. Itm. mm I'Anall.ai
Jumm brkeatlwa by Mercu
JyrtM or other poisons, nre ai
eurwu vy ik rur awpnisis. o
Hyubllitle ialMa.Uierslauoll.
Ing equal to It, A trial aril
pravaia.
lleaatlfr your Complexion.
Do not aae Dalnt or nowder. but est a mnr
Psrmanent beauty by purifying your blouc
his preparation of Iraa ms1 robe Haa
siaaoa a rougu auu acaiy aaiuaoit auu suiuod
shauKe that sallow comulexlou to oua c
freabneaaand health, and romova any krnn
UveUlaeaaeaaftbe BklM.flinplea, I'ui
BltsskHlaMlkMtka.raBssaaa. ityouwiii
oayofiekaandahealthy eoiiiulexlou. utelii
jrooa a vouijHiuiiil Byrupof coke itook
Chromos.
6 CHROHOS
LAKD8.
JJwt Thing In tha Weit I ,
ATCHISON, TOPEKA A SANTA It R. R
THREE MILLION ACRES
Hduatt 4n and ntar lArkanu Vulttv.
tht Vaetf furtlvn of Auniu.
KlTn years' credit. 8yu par caut. luter
si. win ier cms. reuuctlon kj
tettlei who Improve.
A FREE PASS TO LAND BUYER! I
THE FACTS about thl Grant tra-Low
Prices, Long Credit, and a Rebau to tattler
of nearly one-fourth; a Rich Hull and Splen
did Climate; short and mild Winter; early
planting, and no wintering of Block : plenty
of Ralnrall. and Just at tht right Beaton i CoaL
Hton and Brick oa the Una; Cheap Rates on
Lumber, Coal, Ae. J no lands owned by Specu
lators; Homestead aud l'rs-emntl.in.
abundant: a Brst-class Railroad on tlielloeof
a great Through Route; Product will pay
ompietlonorth Road. - . i .
Fur Circular and general Information, ad
rIVtlll.'ir a elf i Vt
Itf For Information and Ticket ppiy to
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than heretofore, and our ambition to make
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it is tne aim oi uie itagtr to cultivate a
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at the same time, by the character of Its con
tents, to contribute constantly to their moral
and intellectual improvement and growth.
An epicure might as well undertake to write
down what he would have for dinner every
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lias been in the past, so it will be In the fu
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interest and Wellar of the young. A vast
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propositions of marriaga, plana for house
teening, and th host means of brightening
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EA HART,
l'ateulee and alauufacturer of
SAW AND QRIST MILLS
improved
Head Blocks, PoBt-HoU Borers, &o.
Clarksburg, West Va!
TBK Orist Mills, being portable, ar
iron ITrame. nd .
hTROia.IlJRABLE,EITIClENT.
And th best Mill ever mail for all kind
gnnutug: cau be easily attached to Saw Mill
or any other power, and warranted to grind
Flour and Meal ot a superior quality
grcutcr rule of speed than any oilier Mill,
without bet tins; or other difficulty
weignt oeiug poiinue, occupying only!
feet tquar on ths Boor. Will grind 90 to
bushels per hour. If within thirty days,
juiiiuor uut prove sausieciory, it may ue r
turned and money aud all charge ret uuded.
II art h Post-Hole ' Borer
It guaranteed to aak two hole
on ot any outer; aoes it work rsp-
ituy auu peiiecity.
SAVES ITS COST
INTONE1 DA V
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rial, beutta any oue on trial who
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... lit A I1AU1.
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i,: i i i' i i ' W'i i
Parmer nd other can k th
Post-Hoi Borer at tht) KKqiiiBEB
' Omce.
Poultry Yards.
E
M1IRE 1'OULTRY" YARDS
. rwk I lirl.l Drahmaa. Ruff and Par.
trlds-e Cochin, llondans, lieghiirns, and
Irmllug varieties. JVggl tor natnniiig
iliiMn. li'uwl. sa ner ualrt N ner trio.
warrant en half or more of every down tent
out by us to baton, it may ao not we win wuu
Boomer uoten atone-nau priow. x.rrv aanty,
O. II. irdeairadaandltamofur lllustrsted clr
filler. Aildrce Ur. C LIW IB, Marlboro,
Htark Co.. Olito.
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Single copies, 3 pr annum; four copies, 10
which is iot) a copy: eight copies, 10. The
party who tend us ri lor a club of eight cop
lea, (nil sent at one tim.) will be entitled to a
m
m
U ly aua pmmpiiy xuuteo; auauomco,
of
at
the
otl
the
to
the
all
MEDICINES.
yiSHARTS PINE TEEE
TAR CORDIAL!
NATURE'S GREAT REMEDY
- FOR THE 1 .!
TUKOAT AND LUNGS!
It is gratilYlng to ua to lul'orui th public
that Ur. L. U. C. Wisbart'B Pin Tree Tar
C'ordliil, for Throat and Lung Diseases, but
f uined an euviai!i repuutlou from the At
untio to the Pauillo coait, and from thence to
some of the first famine's of Europe, not thro
the press alone, but by persons throughout th
btates actually benelltted aud cured at hit
olUce. While ue publiehet lust, so layourre
purters, he istiuaule to supply the demand, it
gains aud holds Its reputation
Pint. Mot by stopping cough, but by loo
enlng aud assisting natur to throw off th
unhealthy matter collected about th throat
and bronchial tubes, which eauttt irritation.
Second. It removes the cause of irritation
(which produces rough) of the mucous mem.
bruue and urouehial tubes, amlsts the lung
to act and throw off the unhealthy secretions,
aud purities the blood.
Third. It Is free from squills, lobelia, Ipecac
and opium, of which most throat aud lung
remedlcB are composed, which allay cough
onlv, and disorgauise the stomach. It has a
soothing effect on the stomach, acta on th
liver aud kidney, and lymphatic aud nertou
regions, thus receding to every part of th
system, and In It Invigorating and purifying
effect it hat gained a reputation which it
must bold above alt other Iu th market.
Notloea
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DYSPEPSIA PILLS,
. . - AND .: .
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ustsorcntap tuia impui- aixicii.
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Sr. L. Q. C Wisbart' Offlco Parlor ar
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from 8 A. M . to 0 r. v.. for consultation by Ir.
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ransnltina- uhVklciana of ccknowledged abll
Uy. This opportunity ia uut ollsreUby any
oilier institution in tne city.
All letters must be addressed to
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No. 232 North Second St.,
philadklph;ia.
November SO, 187.. -Uni
A
The
NEW ERA IN JOURNALISM
Great Achievement of the
Nineteenth Century.
TUE DAILY GRAPHIC.
All the News and Full of
Pictures.
Tag Daily ubahio I tn till of news
paper, publiihed iu New lora, wuicn
achieving the most remarkable Journal litlc
success ever chronicled. It la an eight-page
eveniug nauer (three editions iaiiy.)iegaut'
ly uriuted, aud couductedby the ablest eUlto
rlnl ,.ltit .tlAlll.lllM.
Asa newspaper TUB MAILT uskbib svauue
in the Orst ruuk, ana eoiuuius reguiany
Tlie Very Latest and Full
est News from all Parts
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Ita treat feature consist In the fact that it
I not oulv a uewenauer, but au illustrated
newspaper aa we.l. ' i our ol its pages are nit
m.i iviiti ..li.il.ttt rnillnirniatLur.LeleirrauiS.ea
itorlals, geueral ana local new, items, kui
and correapondunce oa th freshest aud most
interesting topics. Th remaining four page
consist of ,
SPLENDID . ILLUSTRATIONS
e i ecu ted in th roost laultlea and arlatlc
style, and portraying accurately ana tuny an
iu.iin a avunu within twsutv.l'our hours after
Thom who have mad
Journalism a study, and fully appreciate the
great enterprise niainiesiau in tue cuiictnuu
and unblli.atlnn oi uewa bv the aid of the tel
egraph, steain presses, and the evelopenient
of our iournulUllo talent, have been
fond or-ailvnnoliis: tn liieory. mat sue
nt a In tliMt Held WOllId IW'
ult In a newspaper furnishing regular
Issues pictures ot all current prominent
vent. Tftat tueory is a sneory uu iuu
r- tha nev.nanar of the future is the OSWiU
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to result or the most careful study aud an
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during the past twelve yar. They
depend upon Improvement In lithography
and th application photographic cainyro. By
their aid a nlctur ia eiiKiaved aud mad
ready to print In from tweuty minutes, to two
hours. Costly and elaborate plate, work
art, scene of Interest, are reproduced and
pictured forth Willi e.uai facility and th
moat scrupulous ndnlliy. Illustration
leading vuut ar engraved and prepared for
Hm nriii aaan borhra tli acoouiosuvlns; Writ
ten narrative or desorlptloa leave th band
of th compositor. . . . '
Por th uroper practical working of eo great
n entcrprlso, THK UKAPUIC COM f AN
wa formed ha
A Capital of $500,000 in. Gold
months and month before th nut lesu
In Uailt OBAraio, tn most itensiv
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The Largest and Most Complete
newspaper EutaDlishment in
the United States. .
In th great work of llluttratlng th vent
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i MiseHe not merely local Interest, but I
a paper for every reader of th language. ,
Is, eniphallcally,
' Th Fapar tot tha Hoasebold.'
Terms, fit per yr, or D for tUre niontb.
Aiiures, ,
TyiDnt.r Gbiphii),
i III aud ti fark plac. .
Jul ll-4iuAw. WswVorkClly
Rn ncnjiAvaSca-ri
gnUto coiniuenc biiaiuaeB with, and largt)
eutnmlsalons allowed for atlllag. AiMreta.J.
.MOVaiUtCoiawaMr.Mivu. H-ia-w
Time Table.
pAVORITE SHORT ROUTE
TO ALL PRINCIPAL FOOTS
BAST! 2AST1
Th "Old Reliable" and Popular
HANNIBAL & ST. JOSEPH
x.jB.xxjxt.oiB.xa xexnrxa.
n Through Ezpresa TraiuB Daily
fx
Kauinpcd with Wllltr's Patent Safety
Platiorm, Coupler, and Buffer, aud
. the Celebrated
U
Westinghouse Patent Air Brakes,
The mott perfect protection against Uccl-
. dentals tie world.
MkifHtw and elerant Dav Coaches and
two uat
Car n
any line or rullmau't false seuinir
.. . - n . . . .. . -
Car (rerun through '.torn KANSAS CITI
to Cjulncy, (jalesburg, iionUoia and
omoAao
Witkaisi Caanga.
Also, adallr line of Pullman's PularaHlfen-
IngCart from ATCHIBOK aud ST. JOSEPH
to Jackson v ill and SurluifleliL and new and
elegaut Hay Coaches from Kautat City to In
diaoapolit and Cincinnati without change
tSsTo aoure all th modern lmrjrore.
menu tn Railway traveling, purchase tickets
VIB lUW DAKH1BAI. U ST. stvSSrH OBOBT A.INB,
'QUINCY ROUTE,"
avoiding all traatfers, Unlet aud change
ui vara.
tuaf Through Ticket for aale at all nrln.
clpuTofttcet. Tare alwevi allow atbvauv
route. B8ggge checked through to all jrin
cipai points. J. a. 1.1 uiiu,
usuerai aup-t.
E. A. PABKER, Oeo'l Ticket Agent.
"BEE LINE."
"BEE LINE." CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, CINCINNATI,
and IN[...]OLIS Railway, Via C[...]LINE.
The following are Ul dtstaacM and fan
ta vuiuiuoue, weio;
Mllei To "
Fare.
Ha Delaware - - - .
40 Cardingtoa - - -
(W-Uullon -
oH-Crestlin
11 Shelby
0 N.lTmdou - - . . .
- 86
-. 1.4S
- .
- - s.w
.. M
lui weitinicton
i- t..-p.
-- . a.u
ivo uerea - - - - -
-. 4.40
. 4.90
S.80
8.40
, 8.14
lSa-Clevlanr--'
1-Marion - , . .
Uv-BeUelontiaha
14-Sluuey - . . .
ITI Union - . -
O.ftJ
70 Mansfield - -
. - .70
. . 6.84
- . t.W)
- ' 4.90
- - 4.U5
- t)S6
- . 4.10
lUs-Alllanc
lot Forest
1H5 Lima
12-Van Wit - -
m-r'L Wayne
liti Huuduakyo ........
lot Toledo - - -
ai-Ltrolt
SISS-Mtlsburgh .....
6U1 Hsrrujburgh
WI-I'hlladelphla .......
6t llsltinioie -...--.
Sia-Duuklrk
Buffalo ... i ..... .
WS-NiaijHialftilt .
84 Saiotoca .........
741-New Vol k .
IT71 Boston via Xew York - .
Bill Boitoo. via Albany - -
Ma Indianapolit - -
l)iu-Clncinnati.
450 St. Louie . -
- - '7.S8
- 7.40
- 13.00
- - IB W
. . 16.50
b.BU
- 10U0
. lO.fiu
16.8U
- n.w
- . SOW
- - se so
-. O.S0
- 4.00
. 16.00
. . 28.00
. . V9.00
ao.w
- , 55
'-- 8300
-- 11.46
- . 1445
- 18TO
.- 1S66
- . S9.45
-- S44S
-- 99 00
- 17.H6
-. 81.46
- S0.86
.- 0.50
- - 19.40
. m.a
KM-Ktnsa Cltv
709 Leavenworth - - -
Til Lawrenc - -- -- -- -
TVO-Topeka
800 St. Joseph -
842-4Jhleago
ltd Milwaukee
448-Burliugteu .........
owe reoria - -- -- --
7SO81. Paul
fit La Cross- J- - -- -- - - .
700 Det Moines -
4114 Rock Island - - -
834-Omaba
Ml Cedar Rapid
4l-Iowa City - - -
SUO-Ounleith
tyiUS-Sao fraucltco
Tha abov rate of far are lubject td chang
at. Addre
E. FORD.
PatMBgar Ag't "Be Line," Columbus, O.
BEE LINE.
CINCINNATI
& INDIANAPOLIS RAILWAY.
J-v . .I .1 .. U... fin . I. .cw . ' ..
rreis Train will leave Columbus aud Ciest
In and arrive at point named below as lot
lows:
Stations. I Ko.t. -So.t No.
Columbus.. .41:10 a. in.
Crestline ... U:Vi p.m.
4:10 p.m.
8:86 a. in
. :x
:4S
4:10
t :46 a.m.
76
t:00pai.
1140
8:80
4:60
7:80
Cleveland.... 1:46
Buffalo 10:60
Niagara F'lt tKXla.m.
8:00 p.m.
t:u
6:06
Rochester ... 1:80
Albany.... 0:46
1:80 am
Boston.. ...
N. v.city.
6:30 p.m.
8:80
11:00
8:40
Creitllne... 1:45 b. m. 8:88 u.in. 8:85 am
Pittsburgh.. :85 uvsa.m. 8:4sp.iu
Barrisburg . 7:15 . m. ll:S 8:40 a.m
Baltimore.. 10:40 8:40 p.m. ......
Washington. 1:10 p.m. :V5 ....
PhlladeTphiall :16 a.m. 8:16 7:00
Crestline ... 11:30 p. ni. 7:15p.m. 5:66 a.m
kYirt tt .ri, . S HU, m. i:isa.m. 11 :X3
Cbliniro . .18:10 p. m. 740 8:00 p.m
BeiIKo. 4. leaving Columbus at 4:10 p. m
hat a 'fhruuirh Car via ilalawai tor bllliUK-
teld. reachlug Hwrlngdeld without vhuugsat
Train no. a, on lue voiuiuuus a nutiui
Valiev iut road counuct witn no. 4 train.
Tbrouirh Tickets lor sale at Athena.
PASsKSULR TRAINS returning artlvt at
Columbus M UM a. in., 11 :16 a. m., and 8:60
. in.
f-PalikC Dy and Sleeping Calf
Ou All Train.
No. a leAtiiar Coluiubus at 9:85 a. mi
Suudav, run through witheut detention, by
both trie and Mew York Central Railways,
arriving nt New York oa Monday morning at
a -All a. in.
tor piirtlcvlar Intoiniatlou la regarq to
through tickets, time, connections, etc., to all
poluts Eust, West. North aud south, apply to
urauaress n vai'. v,uiran inn. vui
a. 8. ri.iMT, uen.Biip't.
JAB. fAT'ttt.nWH,
Qtuatal Ajent, Columbus, Ohio.
UUS.JK tLJKU,
PaawtiBwr Aeut.Co.lnriiniie. Ohio.
Ind., Cin. & Lafayette Railroad
Great Passenger Railway
to all Points West, Northwest and
Southwest.
This is the Short Line via Indianapolis.
of
of
be
' Tb. HWt Tli ron eh Mall and Exbress Fas
engif Liu to Hi. Louis, KantM Clty.St. Jo
tauh, Denver, San Francisco, and all point in
M ssourl. Kansas ana coiorauo.
Tb shortest aud only direct rout to In
UIIUKfV, . . V ...utm
i i l i.l .1 . n l u..-i......
i . .. . ii. i ........ n ' u.t.t. r.m.
unuge viiy. onuu.iu, . wwiin, a.u, tiwwM,
Chicago, Wllwaukse, ttt. raul, and all points
In tb Northwest. -
' The Indlauapolis, Cincinnati it Lafayette
Railroad, Willi it connection, now oilers
passenger more facilitie in Through Coach
and Sleeoinir Car service than any other line
from Cluciunati, having the advantage of
Through Daily Cars from Cincinnati to Bt,
Iuils. Kansas Litv. 8L Jus'euh. Feuria. Bur
lington, Chicago, Omaha, and all intermediate
point, presenting to Colonists and ("auilllet
aucu eoiiiioiie anu wcvobiiuuuw.ivu w m
ffurded by no other route.
Through Tickets and Baggage Lhtckt to all
poluts.
trains leav Cluciunati 7:0 a. m., :0O p.
to., and 8:00 p. in.
Ticketa eaa be obtained at No. 1 Burnet
Douse, corner Tbitd and Vlut, fubllc Laud
ing, corner Jelsln ami River; alto, at Depot,
corner Flu hi aud fearl ttreat. Clueinnutl.
Besui to purchaae tickets via ludiauap
Olls, Clnclnnttl . Lafayatto Railruad.
U. I.. BAHKINOEB,
i Master Transportation, Clnclnnttl.
C. It. LOHI),
Cbltf Ticket Clsrk. Clnclnnttl.
& Hocking Valley R. R.
Short Line to the Lakes and the North
Short Line to the Lakes and the North West.
TWO EXPRESS TRAINS DAILY.
a
It
lKLar.,!
Depart.
, 8:16 p. iu.
Athent...
Coluinbut
Cleveland
1:10 a. uu
Arrlva '
(:85 a.m.
4t00 p. tn,
8:15 , ,
6 tlA
Arrive.
8:80 p.m.
1:10 a. m.
II :46 . m.
8:10
.8:45--' .,
Pltttburgh
it
ndlauauoii
Chicago :SU a, u
K ringfleld. ....... 1:10 p. a
lyton 16 .
Clot eooneetlon mad at Lancaatar for Clr.
tUyUle, Zaiinvllle and all Mint on the Cin
Tn
oliiusli aud Muskingum VIr Kallmt.L
blreel uonnectloua mule at C'nlumbiil
C'nlumbiil for
Dayton, Hprloglleld, Jndltotpnlli, Cbleago
and all polnu Watt. Also, far tlevelaud,
Viifrlo,PHtibiira, and all points Kaat.
Tak th Hocking Valley n faa IfantU
roaletoCblcairoanilih North wt It It th
Shortest byslsty-slx mil-, giving pasiaager
thbwnlli of quicker Hut and lower rate.
than by any other line.
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