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.McArtjiuii EwiMii.
J iloiispkccpijiu Dcpai'tiiiciii,
Helpful Hints to Housewives.
Cheap Cake.Two ; cups
flour, -one of sugar, ono of sweet
milk), five tablespooiifiilsj butter,
two eggs, one teaspoon fu cream
tartar, of halt' of soda.
Crkam Cake. Three teacup
fuls siar, tIircV3pf. thick, sour
creanf, ; five,: jvplTriibaton eggs,
two' ven; teasjxionfuls soda,
Hour eifwfiff ior batter, ilavor
with lemo'n. This will make two
good-sized cakes.
..'T0.ttfe.M0VK Mll.l)Kw"f5l'0TS.
It. J., Cisne, IlJ.ask.'liow to
remoVe mililey',n'pnjL '-'lothiug.
Wet tho spots with. a solution
of chloride of soda, or with
chloride of lime, and they, will
require an application each day
ior two or three days, nnstnj'
out and bleaching in the sun
shine atter each application.'
Rice Pcdm.ng Wmroi'T Haas.
This we consider the best
pudding that comes to bur ta
ble. Take a teacupful of rice
to three pints of cold 'mic add
a little salt and sugifauU set
it into a cool ove.u:'B(Iowx.81ter
breakfast. Let -It Iswell'J mu
cook slowly till htftf an hour
before dinner, thetFIiTt :t'he
slight crust that will have form
ed, and pour in a cup full of
cream; when this has come
slowly to the scalding point, it
is ready for the table.
Jellies. In making jellies
of apricots, quinces, peaches,
apples, or plums, peel, remove
the stones or cores, cut in
pieces, cover with water, and
boil gently till well cooked ;
then strain the juice gently
through a jelly-bag, and add a
half pint ot sugar to a pint of
juice. For berries, a pound of
sugar to a pint of juice ; boil till
it ropes from the spoon, or from
fifteen to twenty minutes. In
making raspberry jelly, use one
third currauts and two-thirds
raspberries.
Oil from Hens' Eoo.s.
bealing properties in the
oil extracted from hens'
are said to be very great,
-The
new
eggs
and
it can be easily made. First,
the eggs are boiled hard ; the
yolks are removed, crushed, and
placed over a fire, where they
are carefully stirred, and when
the substance is just on the eve
of catching fire, the oil sepa
rates, and may be poured off.
One yolk will yield nearly two
teaspoonfuls of oil. In the
southern part of Russia it is
jpauch used for curing cuts and
bruisei.
To Make Wall Pai-kr Stick.
Make, a paste of Hour as you
do for starch do not let it
boil. When cold apply to the
paper yith a brush, not having
it so thick but that it will
spread evenly over the surface,
or so thin as to wet the paper
through,. Cheap paper I find
not so cheap at last as a little
better paper.
The above directions I have
from an old and experienced
paper-hanger, and I iound them
very good this spring, as in all
my papering, (which I have
p,ut oa myself) not an inch has
, corrie off nor is a crack to be
seen. Mrs. J. S. Wakler.
Beef and Mutton Pie. Take
Render meat, pouiul it out thin,
yyl brojl it ten, minutes, then
cut off tho bony and gristly
parts, season it with salt and
pepper, butter it, and cut it into
small pieces; line a pudding
dish with pastry, put in (he
meat, and to each layer add a
toaspoonful of tomato catsup,
together with a tablespoouful of
water; sprinkle over with flour,
and cover it with pie crust, and
ornament as yon please with
pastry. Cold roast or boiled
beef or mutton make a ood
pie, by cutting them into bits
ftnd seasoning them salt and
pepper. Put them into a pie
dish, turn a little melted butter
over them, or gravy, and pour
in water till you can just per
ceive it at the top.
PLATFORM
—OF THE—
Democracy of Ohio,
ADOPTED IN CONVENTION
ADOPTED IN CONVENTION —AT—
COLUMBUS, AUGUST, 6, 1873.
J.'rHoh-fil, That llio Democratic, 'parly seeks
In lv vim no dead issues, liul stands liy lis
principles, which are suited to nil times iiml
i in itiuslaiices; it uiHii't Iho Federal (tor
eminent in till its constitutional authority,
iiml opposes uullillcution hihI secession. It
defends the reserved l ights of the Stilton anil
tho people, mill oppose centralization that
vvmilil impair or destroy them. In orili'r to
initiiHiiiit anil preserve these rights it insist
upon tlin strict construction ol thu Federal
tuiiil itul Ion; it resists all attempts ot onutlu
puriinuut of tho Government to usurp ur de
stroy (Ipi coflstitiitiuunl rights or Indepen
dence nf other ilopartnicnls; it opposes all iu
torlori'iicu by law with private uirairs of bus
iness ot men, not required liy tho pulilie peine
of safely, ainl advocates the greatest i li v il
ual liberty consistent with public order; it be
lieves in iho i npncily of tho peoplo for self
government, and opposes all property qualitl
cations as oomlitloiiH to thu right of sullrftgc
or eligibility to hold olHc.c; it favors lihrral
lawn lor tho iiiitiuali.ution of foreigners; It
Insist upon cipialnnd exact justice to all men;
it opposes all monopolies, ami denies that it
in witliin tho province of the Government to
legislation for the hehellt of particular class
es at the expense ami to the detriment of Mm
rest of tlio coiiiniiiuily :it therefore opposes
the system liy wlilcll H iurgo portion of the
profit-producing wealth of the country is ex
empte'il from taxation, and demands that all
constitutional menus bo used to remeilv this
Injustice; it Insists that our tariff laws should
he fnimeil witli'n view to revenue, anil not to
tax the community for the henellt of particu
lar industries; it-recognizes the evils of tin ir-
roiioeuiaiile eitrroncy, lint Insists that in the
return to specie payments; care shall Ite taken
not, to seriously itisiuro tiio Dusiness 01 ine
country, or unjustly injure the debtor class;
it appreciate too ucucnts comerreu ny ran
roads, hut opposes all combinations of rail
road companies ty prevent eouiiietition and
thus enhance the cost ot transportation; it op
poses all laws Hint jrivo to capital anil advan
tage over labor; it requires honesty ami econ
omy in every department of Government,
Federal or .State, and It condemns corruption,
w hoever may be the guilty parties. It is in
its very nature, and as a necessary result of
its principles, a party of progress, and sup
ports all measures of reform anil improve
ment that are sanctioned by justice and com
mended by sound practienl wisdom.
litohM, That thu wealth of the country Is
thu product of its labor, anil the host use of
capital is that gives employment and liberal
waires to the Dinilucinir classes: hence e.vcrv
Just mciisuro that tends to protect them fmiii
oppression, unit 10 improve tneir contiiuou
and dignify their calling, deserves and re
ceives our sympathy and support, and that
we,, coniiaiiy recouiiiienil the conservative
resolutions adopted at tho recent National
Labor Congress, at Cleveland, favoring arbi
tration and co-operation.
Ilemlctil, That, although always oonstilii
ting a large majority of tho Anioficnn people,
ariciilliii ists have never demanded of (inv
eriiment, Slate or Federal, any special privi
ilcgc; have nover infested Halls of Congress
or Legislatures wiih lobbyists and rings, hut,
on the contrary, have suffered under discrim
inating and unjust laws until forbearance has
censed to be a virtue: wo hereby pledge our
sincere and honest oll'orU to obtain for them
redress of grievances nud equal and exact ins
lice. JlcHulretL Tlint the public lands flioulil lie
sucie liy reserved for actual settlers, who will
dwell upon ami c.iiltivato thoin, and that we
will continue to donoiinoo and oppose, as we
have always denounced and opposed, all gifts
of such lands by the Uovotaineut to iacorpor
uled companies.
Jiemittnly That tho greatest danger to free
institutions is the wiilo-sproml corruption
that threatens litter destruction to public vir
tue; when Credit Jlobilierfrnnds) puss unpun
ished; when thuBO engaged iu them are eleva
ted to high otllcial position; when seats in the
Federal Senate are notoriously purchased;
when vast sums of money are corruptly cm
ployed in popular elections; when nu ar'mv of
ollii o-holtleis w ith the sanction of the Uovern
nient use their ollleial influence to control
elections; when bribery of Custoiu-lioiiso olll
cials isnn established usage; when rings of
plunderers are tho recipients of millions of
money appropriated for public, use; when of
llcinl ilclulcations arc of such frequent occur
rence tis scarcely to excite attenliou; when
I'resiilential pardon relieve defaulters from
deserved punishnieut, and I'resiilential ap
pointments reward Credit Jlohilior and salary-grabbing
Congressmen, and when Con
gressional investigation is generallv awhile
washing affair, It is not strange that men be
gin to loso coulldenco in free rnstitiitions, and
(bat the faino of the great Kepuhliis is tar
nished throughput the. civilized world. To
remedy these evils we Insist that the receipts
and expenditures of the Government shall be
diminished; tliait patronage shall be cur
tailed and all useless oillces abolished; that
11 siiiiit cease 10 usurp functions) to which It
has no title; that ollleial misconduct and fraud
and corruption in ek. lions shall he rigorous
ly Punished, and that public virtue shall lie
iipoeoi,unii wnnroi 11 conueinnoil, liy llieunl
led voice of the people.
J,'tmirril, That we condemn, without re
serve, the late act of Congress granting addi-
and demand lis immediate mid unconditional
repeal, and we denouiicc cverv member of
Congress, whether Itcpubllran oV Democrat,
who supported the law or received and re
tained the money procured therein ; mid we
especially denounce the conduct oi' President
(.rant in using the influence of his high posi
tion for its passage, ami whose crucial Bigaa
t(i re made it a law.
JtfuilreU, That the act of thu 1'iesldent in
setting up by bayonet a tiovorniiiunt in Lou
isiana, not chosen by her people, and having
no title whatever to rule over them, was a fla
grant violation of her rights and of thu Keder-
111 1 OIISUlUllOll.
't)tfov.-That everv Dcnurtincnt of f;over.
inent being in tho hands of the liopuhlican
party, they are Justly responsible for the evils
ami wrongs in the legislation and adniinisti a-
uon oi which me country complains.
J.'emilml, That, under tho time-honored
Deiuoeratio banner, wilb this declaration of
principles inscribed on its folds, weeiuruiru in
tins conflict, and wo earnestly appeal to patri
otic men of every class, without regard to par
ly names or past difference, to unite with its
on terms of perfect equality in the struggle to
rescue the Government from the hands ofilis-
noiiest men, aim redeein it from the flood of
corruption which threatens its ruin."
MEDICINES.
cvvaro of Counterfeits I
JOB iUOSES' 6IVVil2itB'8
I""'"'"' Vhtrt art vi'1Imi i.iU.ioib Tha
P'""" unfading in Ihtmntt .11 tho.!
luin ul nnd ri.ieroa, duuiuo. to which thi lemZZ
nun anr mi upprmsian f th lusosoa hn oauM4
Aer.oa.nl pm. Affections, r.ln. to tff jjMk
niirt LliyU J.liano on .hht .iBrtion, P. pititloi
in tho lenrt. lls-.tric..nd Whito., th.j inU St i
cur when rt other mm h.f.ild,ind "ithooih
ttiwxs&iixsr h -
'SilSMffi011
n L ,C ,'''"'! l'lta ra aold atnioatdnur .tnm, bnt
nyI; llTTt ""? U' OKKUINK, do not
lia I" raiicitnil to .cc.pt .nj conntarfoU or Isirui ar
t clo but ,, On. IMI to Iho k,i, proprl.t0VjSo
or oiprrnn omra at wlocb jsn will e.M for tha ock.
it pr's. ""PP" m Mot bf rotum
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES.
KKTATTR Pn.MOTtlC
,Tul"'l'!'"''n'"- '"'. BUOKI HITIS. BOBB
CII'IKNT (loH.OMrrll,!! and I.owo Ii.it. ThiV
?i"" ""Vt""' i "dioln., and mnf rhUd win uka
thsm. Thiu.nd. ban ban rastorod to hath Uml
THE GREAT FRENCH REMEDY.
TMXA-WATinr.'B ftPF.CIFIC PILLS.
l iPmr JiOAnaN(:lKItR,
, Va. am Kua Lombard, Wrti.
Thaa pill, araliiihb' raoomniondpd hftha anttra
Mbi calcn jrof Fr.noa aa th. T017 heat romodt
Wi,k laa; rjoixwita in tha llrlne: Nnrvou. Da
hihty, and .11 tho .liMtly tralo of JdMuuwa arlilnaT
from A buio and Hount n.blta. Thcjf run wh.n .0
other rom.di.il fall, and ban baan am.d with utnni.b
in miciiw I,, tha l.iulin. Franuh 1'by.lnian. durinc
tha mi.t II jrsar.. Vaiuphlat of Advica in ach hoi.
m will bo amit Fraa to .nr luldrau. frlco filner
IIX. Hent if ni.ll, tfnurtty aeaM from oft uUrr.
hWus, on rwaiptnf prloa branr adVoitiaad Aii.nt
(IS'lAR fl. MdftKK, l8 0nitri..Hint tir.,Nnw Vobk.
ttulo Oonoml Airent for A marioa.
A KOOK I OUTHEMILLIOM
WLQXXiXQ Mirrifd or tbM NtK.ut if.
m. , - imrrj oo the fthysUhijiluat
till i O Q- imrmrlMnndreMlitiiniMf
Vrt MAwVI iiittiiil yitom, with iti
UtRt dhnovfrk la pm4ae1nf n4 rrcnlitn Biprini,
bw to ftr-i'iei-ru the citmplxla, Afl.
TMl nu Intcreitluf wark f two bandrH od lily
WW, with iiiiuitirniii unfravUfi, tad ronuiaa vftlutbl
ItifiirraMiIni Tut Hiom wlivura inArrltd.vruoounipUteaiar
tl'ig. SilllUlitt IhhiIi iliBtmiKlit to Im kept under la4k
tnJhct;, iml uotlaid crloil betjt iho hoy.
1 1 eunuliirt Hi nfwrleiio b4 advl of phriklt
hie roiuuton ti worltl-wMt, mni ibnuld bln ttat pri
vate di wr of efory meJt inrl female threu(ltoni the ooiirt
th. icronruweverthlos on thtauhieetof the kd
trtlvnvtpm that I worth knowiof.tBa HMhtlaKtU
urt tuibidht! In n7tlir work.
K"Ht lonny ont (free Of pnUg) tottWj Cnitl.
Aldriil)r. ttutU' Ul.peuw.ho. 13 H . klUt fUl
8l. Luull.Uo.
Notice to the Afflicted and Unfortunate.
Hctare npptrlnf U tha ootortom qiaeki wh ttlTtrtiM )
fmiillo pBiere,or miof nj quaok romedl! pernio Dr
lutie' wi.rk no mutter what rourttlaMMlt, r kov dpler
aLitr four eon rl It Ion.
Jr. Hilt ncuiipltf t dotibl haoat 9t Iweotf-MTrt
rMme;l eliidorl by mini f ih aioet Miebraud ntdl
en I (irnfHiiornflf itaUgouoirr and Kurnpe, Mdean haa
i Klin) trnftlty or hy ntal f, oo Mia dleeaeo mentioned la
liU ..rk. mure and per Ion, No. II it. KIbLk atrMl
Ix-twnin Uarkvtaad Cbeuut, tft. Loulf, U.
Medicines.
T
HE ROMANCE OF CURE t
'i'bo ninny oviilcnees of extinorillnnr.v cures
that mo iliilly mpurteil nsell'ec.tcil throuK''
DR. RADWAY'S
Sarsaparillian Resolvent.
licmly ltelief uml I'erfecl urgittivc I'itls, in
Wriltiii testiiiioniiils from nil pllil.-i of the
werlil, Mut'iinsH in wimilertlieiiinstextntviigniit
mirncles of eiicliiintiiienl, l'liysiciiuis iiml
nieilicitlv.ieil In till eoiiiilrie iininiiiiiiee thine
Mmulerfu! reiiieili'.J n mystery, that, neither
thelrscieiieeiif iiiialyHisu'r clieniiciil wkillcitii
explain. True, litest! meilieliicH eU'eet the
must iiiiiiveliMisciires, ami re.ilore the ilyinjf In
life, uml relieve the must wretched paui-siil'-fcrini;
victim of bis loiiures, in from out to
limit) minutes, anil iiltliuuirh they know some
of the ingreilleiitsof their eoinposilinii, ami I'r.
i:iilwav has ptihlisheil their forniiilii (with
liohliiijtoiily two newly iliicovoreil routs), still
both l itul li, ( ; 'i in an,' J .11 1; i-li ami American
I'liemiKts ami iiliariiiaceiiliNis utlerly fail with
tho s.'iine inirrcilients as prepureil by (licni. The
jfruiit success, hieli these wontlerfiil reiueilics
are constantly achieving, lies in the (treat se
cret of combining the inxreilietits loelher,
tilei'eecclsiiiK ilue care in select ni( the pul e
anil genuine roots.
.Such woiiilers of Jloilern CbeiiiiMtrv as the
S.UIS.U'A HI I.I.I AN IIKSOI.VIi.NT, liKADV
IIKI.IKr'ci ll.imVAV'S I'ir.I.S, are viiluuit
purnllel In the 1 1 inlin-y of Meiliciiic, lor t here
are some lull entities anil diseases that are con
siilereil as inciirahle, ami sure ilealh. Velthe
most I'.stniiiiiliiiK cures have been untile Hi
lliwsi) renieilies of soiim iliseases thtil have ncr
er !(! -ri known to be curcil bv ineiiicini'.
CONSli.til'TKIN, Si;ituVi:i,A. W'lllTIC
!lVKI.l.iNtl,Tii is in tho Woinh, Stoiiinch,
Ovaries, Uotvels. liriht's Disease of the Kiil
neys tliut have beeii prononiiceil inenraliie,
laiieei's. Ulcers. Swell iiiL's. Slone ill the Jiliel-
ilcr, ( ulciiliitiHt oiicrct ions, Ulcer.- nail .Sores of
the Holies, ltickels so ileeplv seatcil 'Unit no
oilier jiieuicines nave ncen known In reach,
have keen eiire.l bv the SAIIS A I' All I I.I.I A S
HiiSOJ.VHST, aiil'eilby the liKADY Uia.lKr'
aim 17
i'alsy, i'ltral vsis. Dry (iaiijfene thi:t threat
ens n living ileiitli ilaily rotting nwav of the
liinbi ami llenh Diabetes, liivoliinlarv lis
clmrife of Water, Kinijfi iu tlie nimbler (Ihe
KiiiperorNaiiolconV iliscase), Tort uriii'f pains
wlieu ilischiiririnu' urine, Ul! KI M A'l 1S.M,
t,'()lT, N'KlUA l.tir A each uml every one of
these complaints though hut a few of the
niatiy other iliseases, ltinlftiv's Sarsaparillian
liesolvent lias eineil ami Isilnilv enriiij; iu all
p.'irtsof the worlil.
In one word, nay license no matter timler
what litlino ilest'rnateil, dial is mini isheil or
Incre.-t.seil by huil, impure, ileiiravcil, weak,
thin, H alervnr poisoned blooil can lie etircil
by IIA1)VAV8 S.VHS.V1' Vliil.LI AX HK-
SOf.N'K.NT
Dr. lladwuv & t o.' have never elnimeil nne-
luiiiilretli part of the curative virtues for their
remedies as isaseriheil to theuihvtho people
who have used them: for bear In" mind, onlv
such diseases mid complaints as Dr. Hadway,
aiiersiiccessitii treatment with their remedies
knew thev would cure, were eninneealeil in
their e iirative list, so that nitiiiy of llieext i nor
dinary eases thathave been reported awaken
ed as 111 ucli astonishment in the discovery of
their remedial tiifents as in those who had been
ie?cuctl from tlenlli, ninl made vliolo and
sound.
Asiuanv ucrsons discreiliteil Iheir cvii'iun-.
tlinury imtvcr, from the fact of their ilisai
puiiitmeiit in iheuseof other iiilvertised renie
ilies unci somo believed it impossible for
simple medicines made only from vejremhle
substances roots, herbs. Ale should possess
such marvelous power. 1 et thev cun rendily
coin jfieiieuu uiai iiieiiiiupie iaes 01 ine
HcM, aiteruiideriroimr the eheiniciil nroeess of
ilistillulionilcsi((iic.tl by tialitre in Hie cow and
eiiiici.tiinilsiies us with liutter eertaitilv the
must abundant fat, calorie or heat-maki'iiic
bone, tissue, muscle, sinew uml blooil-inakini;
constituents for the human body.
Hut when those people w ho Hist doubl the
elllcacy of these remedies cuniineuce their use,
they become, their most earnest advocates.
WORMS.
TIIK ONLY BAKU St' HI! UKMEDY K011
T.ri;, ri.N, & woiuisur alu kin ds.
OVARIAN TUMOR CURE.
Never has a medicine taken Internally, been
known to have cured 'J uniors, either of the
Womb. I'lerus. Ovaries or Itnwcls: the knife
has been the sole reliance in the hamis of ex
perienced surgeons: but Dr. Itudwuv's Sue.
saparilliaii settles (bis question, it litis cured
over twenly persons of Ovai ian Cysts uml
Tinuorr., us well as Tumors in, tho Dowels,
i icrns, u wun i, i. iver, wrnpsirni r.uiisiou,
iiseuvs, mni LUieuious Lonerelions,
Tumor of 14 Yours' (irinvlli C'uretl by
ii.uun.iy a jtcsoivent.
r.i:vt:ut,v. JI ass., .lulv IN, 1SIV.I.
llt. 1! All W A V : I have hud I Ivurimi Tiiimir
ill the ovaries ami bowels. All Ihe doctors
sniil there was no help for it. I tried every-
iiiuiK loin was reeommenileil, out llollun
helped me. I saw your Kesolvent and I Iioii.tIiI
i uiiiini try it, nur linn no rail II iu II, liecuuse
1 hail suffered for l!i years. I took six bottles
of tho kesolvent, one box of Ifiulnav's l'ills,
ami used two bottles of your item ly l.'elief.and
there is not ft sien of a tumor to he seen or
felt, and i feel better, smarter uml happier
than I have, for 14 years. The .vorst tumor
was in the left side of the, bowels, over Ihe
Ifinin. J write this to you for the benefit uf
others. You can publish It if vim choose.
HANNAH 1. KNAP P.
AN IMI'OKTANT LKTTEU
i' loin a prominent ireiillemau uml resilient of
Cincinnati, Ohio, fertile pustfortv veurs well
known Ui the new spaper publishers Uirouirli.
out the L nitcd Rates:
New Yoiik, Oct. 11th, 1H70.
1JR. ItAiiWAV Dear sir: 1 am induced bv n
sense of iluty to thu sull'erinu to niiiko a Drift
statement of the working of vour niedieine on
invself. Kor several years 1 have been nlllict
ed with some trouble in the bladder anil urin
ary oritans, which some months aio culinina
ted in a most terribly alllictinir disease, which
the physicians all mid was spasmodic, stric
ture in the urclha, us also inllaniation of the
kidneys anil bladder, and kuvu it as their
opinion Unit my Hue?:) years would prevent
my ever p'tiinir radically cured. I had tried
a number of phvsicians, anil hud taken a larire
iliianlity of medicine, both allonathic niul ho-
liiiciipntlilc, hut . jfot mi relief. Ihudrtailof
iistoiiisliin cures having been initilc bv your
remeiliesj and some four months ago 1 Vend it
nntlee iu the Philadelphia Saturday Kvening
l nr.. in , i.uii; HAtlll lict'll CI1CCICII OllltpCI-
son who hail loner been stiiVerlngns I hud been.
1 went riirhl oil1 uml irot some of encb emir
Snrsiiparillian Itesolveiit, lleadv lielief.'niid
HeKulaliiiff Pills uml eoiniiienccd tnkinir
tliinu. In three, duvs I was greatlv relieveil.
llllll 1IVMV ICl- 11 cu on n it.
.1. U-.JAMKS, tineliintitl, O.
Price ono dollar tier bottle. Sold be Dnnr
gists everywhere, uml at Dr. Kadwuy's, No. 32
ti urreii, cor. 1 niircil ist a, l.
IR,. J3j. tt.
UADWAY'S ItE.VDY ItKUICP!!
Cures the worst Pains In from 1 to SJO minutes!
JfefjfNOT OXK llol'lt after remlinj,- this
nilvertlsuiiieiit need any one sutler with pain
WITJK READY KEUICl'
Is a euro for cverv luiin. It w.-is tin, iti-t uti.l
is the only Pain lleinedy that insliititly slops
VUU Hlll.1 1-AI.IUl lilllll Ulllllj, uiin s iiiiiaiiiuia-
tiims, and cures congestions, wlielher of the
I.uiiL's, .stoniacli, llowels or other irlands and
organs, by one application, in from one to
twenty minutes. ,o mutter bow violent or
excruciating the pain, the Hheuiniilie, l.cd-
riiineii, iniirin, t ripjneii, ervous, .Netilulgie
or piDstiuted with disease may sutler,
JIADWA Y'S HEADY II Ell EE
nlVord Instant ease;
I n 11 it m in nt inn of thu Kidneys, Inilanimation of
ine jiinuner, iiiiinmiiiuiioti ur tlie ISowels,
C'onigeslion of Ihe l.nngs, Sure Tlinint, Dilli
cult Jlreathing, Palpitation of (lie Ucni t.iivs
terlcs, ( roup, Diptlieriu. Catarrh, Intliieiiza,
llcndui lie, J'ool line he. Neuralgia, l.'liciiina-
ll.'lll, I.OHIH, t inns, Ague i lulls.
'1 he .ippliiuition of the Itcudy Uelief to tliu
imrt or pin ts wiiere tho pitin or aifllci-.lty ex
ists will nll'ord euse nnd eomfori.
20 Drop in ft half tumbler Water will,
ina fuw minutes, euro Crannis. Siuisnis. hour
Htoinaeh, iieartbiirn, Hick ilendiiche. Dlur-
riurn. iivsentery. t.ollc, iml iu tlui Jiowels,
and till Internal Pains,
Travelers should uhvnyH carry a bottle of
II a. I l,,.ll.. ...til. . . . ,
'"'"', " mi'" win, nielli, lew tlllHls III
water will prevent sickness or pnlns from
chnnge of water, h Is betler tliiin French
iiraiuiy or iiiucis its a atiiniiliiut,
l ever uml Ami" cured foe nil c..i,i..
There Is not a reiiiediul agent in this world
that will c.uiii J-Vver uml Ague, and nil that
itiaiarious, iiiiiious, scarlet, Tvphold, Yellow
linn inner r overs (union nv Itauwav s Pills) so
ipilck as Itiulwuys ileaily ltelief. t) cents per
inkitii,.
Hit. UADWAY'S
PEEFECT PURGATIVE PILLS
I'lM'ftil.llv lllul,,luu ,.l,i, Il
cure of nil tllsorders of the Stinnnch, l.iver,
iMveiK, moneys, iiiiiiiuer, nervous lliseuses,
lleuiluche, Const!pntion,Costivciies, IndlgeH.
tlon, Dyspepsia, Jlilloiisness, Bilious Fever,
liillaiiiiniilionof (he Dowels, Piles mid all de.
raiigeiiientsof the internal Vlneern.Hurrunleil
tu cllei t u positive: cure.
MICIV YEQKTA tSJ.K. Conliilnlng no
Jlcrciiry, Minerals, or deleterious drugs.
U-Jfi ihservn thu following; symptoms re.
ulliiig froni diseases of Ihe illgeMim oignns:
Coiisllpiitiiui, Inward Piles, Fullness (,r Hie
lilnoil to the Head, Aeiditv of the Stomach,
Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for fni Full
ness or weight Iu Urn Pit of Hie Stimuli h,
swimming or the Head, Hurried uml ilitllctilt
Ilicatliiiii'. I' lutterinir at tlin llnut ri.L l,,
orSun'ocailiigSeiisalioiiswhen innlvlng Pos
ture, Uliniicssof Vision, Dots or Webs before
iiinsiltiii. ninT nun nun rain In t he llend.
I li.lli.ii. ,.,. In l,. Ivi.l V.. II ..."
................ . . . ,:ii,pn nr.. ,,
Hkin uml hyos. I'niii In the Side, ( best, I. hubs
ami Hiiddcn flushes of hent, Jliiruluir in the
ricsn, n-w iiuses oi numvnv'a Pills will
free Die system from all thu ubiivc tllsortlers.
Price 215 Cents jier Itox,
R ADW AV . CO.. .Iltt-nrnm I I 1. u,
New ork,
JfejJrKciu! False and True, Rem! one, letter
stamp In Hadway ft Co., No. i Warren, cur.
Church fit., N. Y. Information worth thous
and wilt bo sent foil.
Medicines.
;;Wvv;j,,!l-,-lNNi,MJkl(ti;J
No Poraon enn take hi Bitter .tcconi
ng to uirectioiiii nnd remain long unwell, provide
1. -fh (I.iImumI I,u ntlnj.ml n.i.,n nv nllll
I1CU UlllcM, I'm .i'uj.. vj ......, ...
lieaus, mid the vital organ, wnttetl beyond tlir V"
U rrjirtii.
Dyspepsia or Jndlceatlon. Heailaclie, Pa
h the Shoulders, Coujiht, Tiglunew of the Chesi. Dii
liucsa, Snur lCnirl.iliuna of tha Stomach, Had Tail
n the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation of ill
Heart, Inflammation of the I.unn, Pain in the rcRiou
U tlie fwllllieys, mm a liunaien uiuer pauum sviiim"'mi
Ire the offsprings of Dyspepsia., Iu these complaint
It IlilS 110 eipiai, U1U uiiq uuiiig niu ,iuTa.u a,,i;i a",H
1111CC OI ll IllCl , ui.ui m it...,...y , , ,v.v....
Ciiv Keniu'd Couiullilut., in votitur or old
n..rrlCu OT S1IIKIC, III Uic uwii ui iruui.iiimii.,,, ' .
Iiirn of life, these 'I onic Hitters display so decided t
nflucuce tti.it a marked iniprovenieut is soon pei-cef
ib!i!.
Vor Iiiflnnmintovy nl Chroulu IlHcu
nintlsiu nnd Gout, Uiliout, Remittent and lulci
........ Tl..u. nt tin ltl.uul l.li-r KilhlOY
Ind Bladder, these Hitters have iio-eqiial, . innii D'J
lases are caused by Vitiated Blood, wlucli is gencrall
iroduced by derangement of Ihe Digrniv Organs.
:l'hey art Ocntlo Iui-ru l s well iv
i Toiiln, possessing also th. peculiar nient ol acun,
is a powerful agent in relieving Cnnittsiiun or Innain
nation of tlie Liver and Visceral Orj.uis.aud in Ihlinii
K:
LOSI.MS3S. ... .
l'or Skin DlNcason, Erniiou, Tetter, S,i
hetini, ltiotcnes, axns, t-impies. i ii'mn-N huu, v-i
mnclcs, Ring-worms. Scald-Haid, Sore K.ycs, ICry
i? r. r:.nnin-..:... ..I li yl-in It m
LpCias, lull, OCIUis, inuiiN,iii.i. ,,.v ,-.
ind Diseases of tlie Skin, of vvliitever name or natiut
ire Itterauy dug up ana carnea no m me wyaiciii m
ihort time by the use of these Kilters
r.,kn..an ml. nrn.llin, VlVRUIV ItlT
,"ttits tlie most wonderful Invigcrant that ever sustaine
he sinking svstciu. ,
WALKKK, Piop'r. U. II. MrIM W.n & CO,
Prupgists and Gen. Agts., Sin Francisco, i:al
and cor. of Washington and Charlton Sis., New Vork
QLD BY ALL DKIJf.GIS T8 AND DKAI.I'.KS
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF IfAR
Ton Tenrsi of it TnlI
rullinx proved Dr.Crt)t)k
Wincof fn r to have 1110
merit than nny Klmlh
,mnarnlinn nvr.cnfTiiciiil
WtTSTi:v-v inouieitiiuiiui tjunuuL'a
& T'l'i MXi uncqiinled
aiscnses of tho Throat
ivS0s33 JJBifri,IcrfornjliiBU
rrrwi$r,. "lost reniM'kublocures.
M Jirf eltectunllycureaallCoug
''-4iiiV -, fnlila Tt hn enn.,1
uis ueou luoiiuuuucii
Bpoclno lor i nose con
plaints. For rains in til
lirciisf, Blrto r ltu'l
;rnvcli or Uldny li
ontic.OlseuscaoftheTrli
rj lU'T uritiiiiii, ..uniiiv
I I II WMII III It HUT, IIIIIUHI.
;tl3 also a superior Tonic.
lteirtorshc Appctid
Sircnsrlljonrt tUnHyntrm,
le.torci tlie Weak anil KebtlHafrri,
'nns"H iho I'ootl lo Ili;oa
Scuiovcb Iysioisli hihI imllgemioi
Prcveirlit UlnlHrlouat revor
UlTca touu tojrourcsjatekii.
KEEP THE BLOOD 1SJK
And tho health of the isystoi
will follow, 'i'lioro it u prijinri
tlon of Iron mi'l l'o!io l;t
more effecttwl tliuti till oilier
which will removo from voi
pysU'til tho inipnro mul vltfutc
blootl which c.uises tl isenae, u n
nt tlinFiiini! limo build up yot,
lienllli mul Hlroiijitli It neve
fnllfs lo cure. If ynu linv
Nerofnltt..S rtliilrtuliKe;ii
rm ol ilio lye or i;im. o
ferofnlu iu nny Joi in, Tei
tr, Wlilto fiwolli it;? . ol.
Noros. I'leetH.or heroluloa
Iiiliuiiinuilioiis, yuti eun rul
on belus? cured with this prom
ration ltnowu ns llr. ('riMiU'
'oninonnl Byrnp of I'oit
FX'&S-ii Knot. IlliennintiMin, I'niii
Jx.ti A3 .ill I.imljNor ktoitCH, 4 Dllstiiii
f'M"fi M0-1 sjrohi'uiluwu liy Mccu
Vfy rlp.t or other ixjlsonn, nro ul
H Jfy mrorl by it. For N.viiliiltH,
II Nypr.ilJtle tultit,il.i-rei,iioH
j3So Din eiiuai to IU A trial Till
lirove it.
Beaatify yoiu Complexion.
1)6 not use pnintorpowdcr, but net u mot
fermanent beauty by purifying your lilnui
lil prcpnrntlon of Iron nnd I'okn r.mi
tnnkea arouh anil Hculy skin mifuuul him mil
:hungc!i tluit Kallowr complexion to n i t t
freshness nnd health, anil removo nny I.fiin
tivollionsof ItieNlilii, I'linifiei-,, I n,
tuleH.lllotclieaAKruptlon!!. Ilyimwi
"OKycficekanuUalicultliy complexion use D,
TrooU's ConiVjouud tiyruu of l'oiio l'.out.'
Insurance.
INSUHAJSCE.
McARTlIUU AGENCY
The Home
. Of Columbus,
Is one of the best-managed
Insurance Companies in Ohio.
Kates as low as any No. 1
responsible company.
Losses promptly adjusted
without litigation.
II. O. JONES, Agknt.
POST-HOLE BOREK.
JEA HART,
Patentee nnd jMuiiufiieturcr of
SAW AND GRIST MILLS
liitproviil
Head Blocks, Post-Hole Borers, &c.
CuRKSiii-ito, West Va. ;
Til K (irlut AIIIIh, lielnn porlulile, urn on
. i ,,i . i nun, mni
STR' ::0,DURABLE, EFFICIENT,
Ami (lie best .Mill ever mmle I'or nil Minis of
Krlnilinjr; enn lie easily ntlndieil to Saw Mills
oi any tuner power, ami warrniite'l to Kriiul
Hour anil Alenl of a xuperior ouiiliU' lit
Kiviiler rulo ( npcei tliiin anv other Mill,
without lienlintr or oilier iliHIeultv Hie
tvWglit Ininif l,m poiinilit.oiiiiiin lnix oiilyH
feul, s, u a re on tliu Hour. Will ir'rlnil'.'O to fit)
llltulwil n II ...t.l.t.. .1 ,n. . 1 . ,1
i,.m ii, nu, j i iviiiiiii uiiriy uavH, me
i i ....I .......... ..... i. ........ .. . ' ...
...in not m uve i"iu isuirniry, it in it v no I v
tiirneil uml money mul iillr.liarjfea niliiiuleil.
Hart h rost-llol isdrer,
1 1s ifiiiiriLiilcPfl In iiiiiLii tiii,, ln.li'd .ii
one of any oilier; ine its work ran-
iilly uml perfeetly.
SAVES IT3 COST
I IV O IV 13 J A Y I
No I rt 1 1 1 1 eun lie louml n illi it nller
vial. Henl to any one on trial who
Will Hetiil inn the enilurmiineiit of tint
I'ost Master. AtrenlB wiinteil,
111 A li A lT,
Inrksliurir. VV. Vit.
Kartnei'it jtnil otluuv unit ilm
I'osl-llolO liuier ILL I III, KMnltlHUII
' Uflluu.
T7K keep eonslitntly on hnml nt llili of-
VV fll'IIIL MlltttltV III' WVL't IIUL'B ........
whleli ft turil oi Hny ilwterlptlon will lie
prlnteil to low Hint all muy arfonl to have a
curd on tho Kiivelopen iidcu by tlicm.
&
wm
Tlmo Tables.
7AA.V0RITE SHORT ROUTE ?
.A.
... T( ALL IMUKCIPAL 1'OINTS
BAST! EAST!
The "lilil Kellalile" anil I'opular
HANNIDAL & ST. JOSEPH
n Through Express Trains Daily
U Kiiulppeil with Miller's I'tiUuit Safely
I IM.itlorui, Coupler, uml llun'or, anil
II the leleliriiteil
Westinghouso Patent Air Brakes,
The iiitMt perfeet proteetlon niliiit ftccl
ilentH in t'.'n worlil.
, t;V New niul eloKunt Dnv foaeht'H ami
tviui ;i e Inii.Miil' lnll,,...... i..i l.i 1..
1 ins lire nut throujill iioin KANSAS CITV
. ...nit, 110 itiiiv-u r,.oiii!iir
to tjiiuuy, tiUiesiiuiLr, Jleinlota ami
Without ChniiKo.
Also, ailaili llneol' Piillnian's I'alaeeSleep
In.irtiiiK lioiu A'l'i IlisoN anil NT. JosKI'll
lo .l.u k-nuville ami SprluKile,, niul new ami
elemint I lay l oaelies l'riuii Knnsiis t 'ltv to lu
tli.inapoliM an 1 1 iiii liinati without eliu'iiitu
Iltf.y" To seeurtt till the liiinleen liniii-iu ii.
'!"'"','' '""'lilwny Iravelini;, piircliiise liekel
it AsaiiiAI. .-sr. JllHUI'll tSIIOIIT LINK,
"(JUINCr R0UT13,"
nytiiuinn till transleis, 'errie ami ehalisen
01 enrs.
l.-.y-TliriniLth TiekeU liirnilo at all piiu
eipal otiiies. l ine hIwiivh lis low ttshvanv
route, il.'itae eliei Keil tluoiifli to all 'prin".
. .1',,, .,.,,n, 11. rs. 1 1 i i7ni ,(
K.A...AUKK.t,t;e,.MTIeketASU"'t
Notice to the Afflicted and Unfortunate. "BEE LINE."
CLEVELAND, CINCINNATI
and INDIANAPOLIS Railway, via CRESTLINE.
The lollowin are Ihe
finiu t'oliiiul.tis, llllio
Mile. To
!!5 Ueleware ......
IU t tuiliii(;ton - . . . .
M tiitlion - - - - .
tH Crestline -
H shelliv
! N. I.oiul
tot Wellington
I'-'."! Ilerea - - . . .
l'W-l leveianil
7!l Marino . . . .
listauees.ituil farus
Fares.
' J,M
1.4S
. a,5
........ '.i.-Jil
s.rit)
a.uu
- 3.55
4.4U
4.M)
-- - a.w)
Ill' ilellel'onlinne - - . -
.. s.ju
ll'.' Snlney
Ill t ' it inn .........
7ll-.Miiiisil,.M j .
r - U.(K)
!i.7U
ltw Alliaiii u . . .
5.frS
llM-l'oiist
l.lj I.iuiii
8.(10
4.SU
Ilii Van Wert
-. n.tij
- - 0.28
4.10
5..'ln
' - T.8S
- - 7.4(1
l!H-l't. Wavuo
li:l Siiiuliiky . . - -.
101 Toleilo
Slll-Delioit
SW i'ltttiliiii'Kli
Nil lllll l IsImii tIi
18.1(0
IKil I'liiliulelpliiu . . . .
- 15.50
. . . . - ... ir,.r,0
.HJ
10.00
1,-,.H()
.... itj.uu
. - n.fiu
nro iiaiinnoro . - . . .
am luinkiik
.T-'l llullalo - -
til.") Niagara Kails - - -
ll'.'l SilllltOUIl -
711 New York
'171 It, 1. Inn 1 in V,.u V.,,.
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- - - - SlliW)
ti.l
4.IHJ
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SH.00
.-- ... snot)'
. ;io.r(i
aj,.v
. IH.OU
11.45
M.4r
IS 7(1
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nun
l-Jll. 45
11 re Hiilijuct lo.eliunr;-
W'.i llosiun via Allianv
im liulitinnpolin - . - -lx'll-l
ineiuiiaU
t l)-St. Louis
iTJ Kansas ( ity - -
"'ill Leavenwortli - - - -I'tl
l.llM-reiii'ii - .
HW Topeku -
"eo .l. .llisepil - . ,
HI'J Cliirnmi .
J'7 Mi I, vi'i nt i.i.
MH HurlillLttoll
ini.1 reoria --------
W.I St. I'ii nl .
5M La Crosse -------
10U lies .Moines
5M lloek Island
Kit (llllllllll ..
ni'.l-l eilnr KapiilH
.mi lowa 1 11 v - - - -Villi
lliiuleilli - - . - - -
57-sJ-Saii ji'ruuri.si-o . .
The alnive rales iii'laie
e. AililienB
10. Foil I).
rassenger Ag't "Ilee Lino," Colniulius, O.
BEE LINE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, CINCINNATI
& INDIANAPOLIS RAILWAY.
On ami nfter Moiulav. Mnv 2ftth. 1871. Kv-
p.esH Trahm will leuve' t'oluii'ihtis ami Cieiit-
i nits unit arrive lit points uameil lieluw us Ibl
luws: Stations.
"So.!!. N'oTj. XtirU
C 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 11 . . ..11 :10 n. iu.
4:10 p.m.
tt::'.i
li:l.'.
4:10
0:45 a.m.
7:05
mul p.m.
ll:ai
0:30
:.').") a. in
4:.'i0
7:iJ0
H:IK p. in.
4:40
r:05
1:311 a.m.
11:00
11:40
t riMliiin ... l'.'::;n p.m.
t levelauil... . 3:41
Itnll.i ii lll'.tl
Niuirara Y'lt 7:(X)u. in.
itoeiiesier ... 1 :.'(
Alliuny U:i:
llos toil rn'.'U p. m,
N. V. City.. . 3:S0
Cn'slline....l'J:r, p. in. 0::)5)i.m. H:SI5n.in.
I'itt-liiii'Kli.. 0:35 l:'.'5a.ni. 3:45 p.ui.
llarrlsliurj,' . 7:15 it. in. 11 :'.'5 3:t0 u.ui.
Ilaltiiuiiie.. .10:40 ti : 10 n.m
Wasliinirton. 1:10 p. in. :1!5
I'liilailcliitiiitll :15 u. in. 3:15 T:(I0
Crestlin ... 11 :.'10)i, m. 7:45 p.m. 6:Ni a. in.
Kurt Wayne,, 5:30 a. in. 1:15 a. in. 11 :J.",
Chien ltd 12:10 p. in. 7:V0 fl:00 p. m
ZiPNo. 4, leavinir Coluinluis at 4:10 i. in
has a Throtijjtli Car via Uulnwiiro for ijprins.
ili'I'l, reai lilti),' Sprlttgllelil witliout eliungout
7:20 p. in.
Train No. i.', on thu Coliiinlnni ,t Hoiking
Vulley It'illriiail eonneit with No. 4 train.
Throiilth Tiekets lor .ale at Athens.
I'AS.SliNliKll TUA1NH roturninar arrive at
Coluiiilnu nt IU:'M a. ni., 11:15 a. m., ami 0:50
a. in.
fitarPalace Bay and Sleeping; Can
On All Train..
Xo. 6 lenvlnjr Coliiinliuii ut 11:35 a. in,, on
Suiiilay, ruim tlirouirh without tluUuitloii, Ly
butli Lrlu uml Xew York Central Itailways,
arrivhiK at Xew Vnrk on Moinlny iiioininu; nt
li:lll a. in.
Kor iiiirlleular inl'ormatloii iu regard to
lhroti)(li liekets, time, eonnui tiiiUH, ete,, to nil
puint. Last. West, North anil South, aplily to
orttililre.s K. KOlil), Coluinlius, (ililo.
K S. FLINT, ien. Suu't.
JAS. l'ATTLIfiOX,
Cenerul Arreut, Ciiliiiiilin., Ohio.
LlTliKNK FOIIU,
I'nHiuuiiror A irenU Cnliiinhna. flliio.
Ind., Cin. & Lafayette Railroad
Great Through Passenger Railway
to all Points West, Northwest and
Southwest.
rUUistlio Kliiirt I.lno vln Iiuliuiiupoll.
The (ireatTliiougli Mull mul lCxiness l'ns
aniiuer liiiit! Ui St, Louis, Knnslls City, 81, Jo
seph, Denver, Hau Kraui'lseo, uml all puluu iu
JIisHourl, Kansas uml Coloiailo,
'l'liesliintest mul only illreet route to In
ilianiipolis, I.ufuyelte. 'l ei re lliiule. Cuiu
liriillte City, iSpriiiKilelil, reoria, lliirlluirtoii,
( Itieatfo, Milwaukee, St. I'nul, and all point.
Ill thu Nnrlliwest.
Tin) liiilianiiMll., Clnrlunatl A Lafityetto
Kailrouil, Willi It. eonuuetioiiit, now ci tiers
pnsseiiL;ei more I'di'llitlen In 'i'lii-oiiKh Cinu'li
anil Hleepinif Car Servli e Hum nny oilier line
I'ioiii Clin Iniiutl, littviiiK tliu uilvaiitiiKO of
Thniii!,'li Ilaily Cam limn Clnrinimtl to fst.
Louis, Kansiii City, St. Joseph, i'eorla, llur
HiiKlon, lilnitfo, 4 in it li ii. mul nil iuterniuiliato
points, plesi'lillnx lo ColuiilntH anil Famlliea
sueli rouirtirta anil iieeoiuiiioilationi an are
aH'orileil liy no oilier mute.
Thioiifrli TlekeU mul lliiKguye Clin ks to till
points.
T ruins leave Clneliinall al 7;:10 a. in,, 11:00 p,
iu,, uml 11:00 p. in.
'I irkels eau be olitalneil at Xo. 1 llllrliel
House, eiirner 'i'hlnl mul Vine, I'ltlillr Llnut.
Iiiir, iiiini'r iMnln mul If Iver; also, ut Depot,
eoriiiir I'luiii anil l'enil streets, ClnelniiHti,
He sure tsi iiiirehilst! Ilekett vm Inilianap.
nlis, I liicliiiinti A Liilayeili' Kallroail.
li. L. ItAltlllNl.KIt,
Master Ti'iiiiHporlat ion, t liiclnnall.
( .K. L(i Hi),
Chief Tluket dork. C'lnclnnutl.
Southwest. Columbus & Hocking Valley R. R.
hhort Line to I lie I.nko uml tiio Norlli
wont.
TWO KXritlOSHTUAINH DAILY,
Ah follow:
liepart
(1:11)11.111.
A ri ivtt
1I::I5 a. iu.
. 4:00 p. ui.
H:15
fi::.5 "
il::m a. in.
, l:ltl p. iu.
i 1:0.5 "
Depitrt.
11:15 p. in,
Arrlvu.
5::KI p. m,
7:10 a. in.
ll:45n. in.
4:10 "
H:45 '
7:4(1 p.m.
11:00 "
Alliens
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