Dissolve one pound of cop
peras'in three gallons of'wasm
watefe rrsftd , '. apply the wash
about ilik the affected
animal '.by (UprngihiaVthe s6fu
tion or rubbing upon it until the
skin is. thoroughly wet. When
the skin of the hog begins
look rough , w - 6oalyjOD if.
darkired. ; color apply the wash
immediately. Don t ; wait until
more alarming symptoms (vom
iting and purging) set -inv ;Ap
ply the wash every day unH'
the scales are,. ?vetf- frhis
rpU4'iiaSbeen tried repeat
edly;, and ; .without aJ 'single
failure when the directions were
properly followed. At any rate
it is worthy of a trial.
Arresting Decay in Potatoes.
Various plans for arresting
decay in potatoes after digging.
have from time to time, ' been
made public, such as .j dusting
with quick-lime, gypsum, char
coal dust, etc. Ah eminent ag
ricultural chemist announces
that sulphite of lime appears to
exercise a very remarkable in
fluence in arresting the spread
of decay in potatoes affected by
the potato disease. In one ex
periment the salt was dusted
over some tubers, partially de
cayed from this cause, as they
wero being stowed away. Some
months afterward the potatoes
were found to have suffered no
greater injury. A similar trial
with powdered lime proved to
be much less effective.
To Poison Foxes.
. .. Procure a young chick about
the size of a robin. Make a
dmnll iniiPinH nnflaw 4-ViA 1 ft
just through the skin, nut.1 i
sert a dose of strychnine ; tie
the chick to a stake with a
thread, outside of the coop
where the fox has been in the
habit of visiting, and his next
visit will be his last. The rea
60n for using live bait is this :
the fox prefers to kill his own
game, to be sure that he is al
ways getting it fresh. If the
bait should not be called for,
care should be taken to dispose
oi it, as it would prove sure
death to the animal eating it.
A New Plan for Setting Milk.
i A correspondent gives the
following description of the
compartment milk pan and
coolers, and expresses the
opinion that they will soon
come into general use. The
pan has a partition dividing it
into a pan of larger size and
' one of small size, thus adapting
it to the varying wants of the
dairy throughout the year.
The cooler is so constructed as
' to secure ' current of water
fcboth under and around the pan,
and is free from the ' objections
- of inaccessibility, and oriiabTlT
ty to rust. The educt of the
pan passes through that of the
vat, and there Beems to be no
principle that science has sug
. gested or practice demanded,
. which the combined pan and
cooler does not comply with.
Use of Charcoal.
At this season of the year
one desires to obtain some pun
fier. and charcoal is of the
greatest value for the purpose
i All ; kinds of utensiis can be
purified from disagreeable odors
by rinsing them out with cnar
- coal dust wet into a soft paste
Putrid water is immediately
deprived of its bad smell by its
use, When meat, flesh, etc., are
liable to become spoiled from
long keeping, charcoal dust will
keep' them sweet; and it mere
is a Blight taint' to' meat, it can
,be taken out by putting three
or four pieces of it as large as
an egg into the water in which
it is boiled. , This will effectu
ally purify that which seems too
far gone for use.
- j . .
Democracy of Ohio,
: ADOPTS n IN CONVENTION
COLUMBUS, AUGUST, tf, 1873.
Knolttil, That tho Democratic "party seeks
to revive no dead tames, but stands by Its
principles, which lire suited to nil time mul
circumstances; ttanpiiorts the Federal Opv
eminent in all Its constitutional authority,
Hinl opposes iiullidi'stion ami secession. It
defends the reserved right of the States and
tho people, ami oppose ecu transition that
would impair or destroy them, in order to
innlntuiu and preserve ilnwo rights It Insists
upon the strict construction or tho rodeial
Constitution; it resists all attempts of ono do
pnrtnieiitofthcUovernmeiit to usurp pr de
stroy tho constitutional rights or Jndiuieii.
deuce of other departments; it opposes all In
terference by law with private attain of bus
iness of men, not required by (ho public peace
of safety, and ailvocutei the greatest individ
ual liberty consistent with publliKirdcr; it be
lieves in the capacity of tho peopla for self
government, and oppose all property quanti
tations ss conditions to the right of suitingc
oreliifihilitvtolioldollicci It favors liberal
laws for the iiaturalixatiouof foi-eiirm-rs; it
Insist upon equal and exact Justice to all men :
It opiKses all nionopolies, and denies that it
Is within the province of tho tiovernmcnt to
legislation for the benefit of particular class
es at the expense and to tha detriment ol the
rest of the community; it therefore opposes
the system by which a 1lr(0 portion ot the
prollt-produclntr wealth of the country ; Is ex
empted from taxation. !. ..lauds that nil
Xiiitiiiitliui-' ""bo used to remedy this
!T"'u! It insist that our tariff luws should
be framed with a view to revenue, ami not to
tax the community for the hcncllt of particu
lar industries; it recogiiieoa the evils of an ir
redeemable currency, but insists that in the
return to specie payments; shall b taken
not to seriously disturb the business of the
country, or uuliiuUy Injure tho litr olSfP1
it a,.p.4..4 tku i&nuuis cuiiicrred uv i air
roads, but opposes all combinations ot rail
road companies to preyont competition and
thuscnliniice tha cost of t-rtnapai'tation; it op
poses all laws that Rise to euiiuil ami advau
tapco over labor; it reqniras honesty anil econ
omy in every. department of (jovcrnment,
Federal or State, and it comlemiu eorruptiou,
irhnevr mav be the iniiltv. uarcic It Is in
Its very nature, and as a necessary result of
Its principles, a party oi progress, mm sup
ports -all measures of reform aud improve
ment that are sanctioned by Justice and n
mended by sound practical wisdom.
Rtattlmil. That the wealth at thu country Is
the product of its labor, and tho best use of
capital is that gives employment and liberal
wages to tne producing clusses; nence every
Just measure that tends to protect them from
oppression, and to improve their condition
aud dignify their calling, deserves-and re
ceives our sympathy and support, and that
we cordially recooiniond tin) conservative
resolutions nuopieu at ini recent Aaiiouai
LalKir Congress at Cleveland, iuvoring arbi
tration and co-operation.
Kriilvnl, That, although always constitu
ting a largo majority of the .Viauricim ueole,
sirriculturists have never iloinaiided ot" Gov
ernment, State or Federul, any special pi'lvl-
iiego; nave never niiesteti nans oi Longress
or lAigUlaturos with loblivists and rings, but,
on the contrary, have suffered under discrim
inating and unjust laws until forbearance lias
ceased to be a virtue; we hurehy pledge our
sincere and honest efforts to obtain for them
redress of grievances aud equal and exact Jus
Jtcmlved, That the public lands should be
sacredly reserved for actual settlers, who will
dwell upon and cultivate thorn, and that we
win continue to uenounoe and oppose, as we
have always denouncod and opposed, all gifts
oi Rucn lanus ny me uovcrnincui to iucoi or
atert companies. '.
Jlruilml, That the greatest danger to free
institutions is mo wide-spread corruption
that threatens utter destruction to public vir
tue; wheu Credit Mobilier frauds pass unpun
ished; when those engaged in them are eleva
ted to high ofiiciai position; when seats in the
Federal Henato are notoriously purchased;
when vast sums of moncv are cormotlv em
ployed in popular elections; when au army of
omco-noiiiera witu tne sanction oi tne oovei u
meat use their official iuthieuce to control
elections; when bribery of Custom-house offi
cials is an established usaire: when riiius of
plunderers are tho recipients of millions of
money appropriated lor puuuc use; wnen oi
licial defalcations are of such frequent occur
rence as scarcely to excite attention; when
Presidential pardons relieve defaulters from
deserved pnulshment, and Presidential ap
pointments reward Credit Mobilier and sal-ary-grabbing
Congressmen, anil when Con
gressional investigation is generally a white
washing affair, it Is uot strunge that men bo
gin to lose confidence in free institutions, Hud
that tho fame of the great Republic is tar
nished throughout tho civilized world. To
remedy theso evils we insist that tho receipts
and expenditures of the (ioverniiicnt shall be
diminished: that its putrouugo shall bei'tir
Mir.i m.i Mil Hd.ui nine.. uUnlUhcd; that
It shall cease to usurp functions to which it
has uo title; that oDIcial misconduct and fraud
and corruption in elections shall be rigorous
ly punished, and that public virtue shall be
upheld, and want of it condemned, by the uni
ted voice of the people.
JttMilrtil, That wo condemn, without .re
serve, tile late act of Cougresi granting addi
tional salaries, as unjust and unjustifiable,
and demand its immediate uud unconditional
repeal, and we denounce every member of
Congress, whether ltepublicau or Democrat,
who supported tho law or received and re
tained the money procured thereby; and we
especially denounce the couduct of President
(jrant in using the Influence of his high posi
tion for its passage, and whose olllcial signa
ture made it a luw.
Rnolctd, That tho act of the President in
setting up by bayonet a Government in Lou
isiana, not chosen by her people, aud having
no title whatever to rule over them, was flu
grant violation of her rights and of the Feder
Jtttoleed, That every Department of Gover
nment being in the hands of the Kciiublican
party, they are Justly responsible fortheevils
and wrongs in tho legislation and administra
tion of which the country complains.
Reolcd. That, under the tlme-honorM
Deinocratio banuer, with this declaration of
principles inscribed on its folds, we engage in
vne couuict, nnu we earnestly appeal to patri
otic men of every class, without retrard to nar.
ty names or vast difference, to unite with us
on terms of perfect equality In the struggle to
rescue the Government from the hands of dis
honest men, and redeem it from tho flood of
corruption wnicn threatens its ruin."
wwaro of Counterfeits I
JOB MOSES' 6utiAa?l,4?.5E'
A tmmurttu la Mi, ortatt SriUt.
Th, yumuu lrnM I nam. J Job Jf,. iZk
. .. w iwK.ifui iu utmmnoi all vuttm
psmrul and duorai diasaM to which tha faataia
snd euro all rappruaioa otUt nm whan nnnit
. " - hvu , w umwm III, ut au i . I 1 al
larriHis and Spinal Aftaotioaa, Pains in tha Baek
of tha Haart, Ji,Mnca anTwhlKia. tha? wilUBM a
. lira abao ail oUiar Baaos hia fallM), and alUMatH
vorr fj.iwarfti1, conlaia wtiiiiig. noxtfnl La tha
d lli-sla ooutitnUoa. " '
i.ircular la ICaviia G train and IVaaah aroand
Mb U.HI, riMi full dlraeUuo and fii
I ho Kin:iif a Pilla ara sold al meat dmc ttona, bat
f .r lirntiist aaaaot sapplf tha mtsuisit. do aot
I t iMT.uailil to aeaapt any mntarialt or banal ar
ticle bu. wind Ona IMlar to tha aula Jiropriator, Jaita
ul aiiiraasuffloa at which rno will eU or tha Dok.
ra. nl aaniuaof Uia oicniiini Cilia aaearalrai
' hill tm I I i . . I
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES.
biitax's rirjLMonnc TrArrni i '
nnra Coiiiirs. (Vi.na, AmraA, BnoNCHrna, asm
Thsost, Hiubskwus. DiKrunn.T Hrutboio. I.
civikvt CsmsDMrriim aku Lima Discuses, tha
bo Uata of awriiclBa, and anf child will Uk
hem. Thooaanda have bma mtorad tohaallk that
had bsfura rieapaind. TeaUmnnr aivan In hondrwls
?.' "Ml..A,k A'81UI.trONI0 WAFItJU.
I'r.re 35 rents war box. JOU M0BE8. rroniia.
tor. IS fiortiandt Biraot, Haw York. yW
THE GREAT FRENCH REMEDY
PVJT.AnATlltE'S BPKC1FIC PIIXB.
rraparml br J. OA HANOI KHK,
no. ii4 una Lflmhard, I'aiia.
Mixhval i.allrof Vraaoa as tha Tr bsat iwli
"'"' blMiraatonheaa, or Rrtnmal Waaknaaai
Wsak Bplne; fisposila la tha Urino: Narrous la
blliljr, and all tha (laaatlr train of Dlsouaa ariaiar
from AbuMaBd Haorat llaliita. Thar ran whaa aQ
olbsr ramadiaa fail, and hava baan orM with aatnnlih
ln( sueoiwa br tho isadin Fniich Hliyalciana darlna
chs pn.l li raara. Pamphlet of Advira in atxih htm.
ir win on aniift vroo to any aoaraaa. irice aiinr
Hot. Kant bf mall, Memrrty ulrH rmn all vLtr.
" ". on rsraintof prioa branr adtartlsail Aavot.
1M(!A H (I. Moftics. Is DoaruMirr lie., Maw Vuaa.
ila (iananl A not (or Amarioa,
A HOOK FPU THE MILLION t
Mrr(tt tir tho kbnui, t
jmarr; a the pliynWluglcsl
in ktfrinviud revalmluBMl
Ihl OAUkl iruif n. wltb ttM
Ul.it dlcrl la rrMMit. ina prtTonu niprtog,
ow prmrf ih wpl-uB, .
This. ftt. (nureUnn work f (we linndrerl d ilitjr
riniMa.wUhVNinarsui onfTsiT.um, aod onUta Tlnabl
nforaition for laoM wli arc iarrltllrDUiiplata.ftr
rla. SUH ill book that ouh ( U ba kepi uaarlk
in J bar, and aatlald aaralaaal abaat IhabooM.
Hauntalal Ilia Mpariaaoa &4 4tI f a pbvlMat
vbuaarapuiatiMla warkt-wlda, m4 ahauld bala tha art
vaia drawer ar avarjr Mala aud fmala laraiif baatihaaa.lra
glvba. Jt rabraeaa r wy ihiaf aa tha aubiMt f tba gaa
cratlr arataw that la worth knowing, tod aob.ba. M
lint pnbUabfld In any atbar work.
Heat ta anr ona (fraa uf aoataga) far Flflr Cffltr.
Addrvaa l)r. Malta' DlafKr;,Ht. 13 H. Kiftithttrftl
St. Louia. kla. , . m
Noticd to tin JLffllctet. and UnfcrtTiiiiti.
Hater ar1r .l tb twiarian aekt who adarta l
Ctil.Ka aapira.ar using aay ajaaak raasadlaa panu Dr.
utia' work no maitor aba joardiaaaaali, tr bow tWplaf .
aiilavanr aoadlilaa. '
Dr. Batii oaaaalaf 4owbU ttM t twaatr aa!
roania 1 1 a I tutor awl bf aaaia ( lha aoal aalabratad aadl
cMliTofaaaoraafthlaeaaairv aed Karapa, aad aan baaoa
ovltvsj (Mraoaatlr ar bf Matl.oa UiadlaaaMa airnUoaad It
bU wirka. om ami parlora, N 1 1 M. .ighlb llraal.
butwaca Mar. at aud Iheiaul, HL Uuli, M.
rpHE ROMANCE OP CUKE !
The many evhlcncoa of extraordinary cures
iiiHtitiu unity rcpoimu n..-iii.-uiv
Uoailvllcllof nnd Pcrfoct riirBiitlvol'liiHjin
written tostlmoniiils from all pitrts of too
iniraulcs of vuchantinciiU . 1'byslniiins nml
nuillcalr.icn In nil countries pronounce tliose
wondurful romeilka o mystery, thut neither
tlieirscioncoof nimlysis or cheuilcal skill cnu
exiilaiiu Truo, these modiciuuM clloet tho
most uinrrulous euros, and restore the dying to
life, ami relievo tho uiont wretched paln-Miif-..i,.
vl.'Hin nf his tortuivs. in f lion ("is to
Iwtutii inhumes, and altliough they kuow some
oftholngTodlentsof tholrconi)oiiition. anil Dr.
Itudway has iiiihllsheil llieir formula (wil l
hohliiiffouly twonuwlydlscovoi-ed mots), still
hotli Froucli, (iermaii, Knuliuh and Amei lciin
clioiuists aud phurniiicuiitiMls utterly full with
tho same liiKiedients hh proparcil liy them. The
irreat success, which these wonderful remedies
are constantly achieving, lies in tho irreut se
cret of combining tho Ingredients together,
aftorexerclHingiluo euro in selecting- I lie pure
anJ genuine roots.
Such wonders of Modern Clieiuintry lis the
SAItSAl'AUILMAN KKSOLVK.NT, IlKAIa
IIKLIKKA AJWA'S I'll.lA nre wltnoui
purullel In thu History of Medicine, fortliere
ar,, riomn inllrmiues nml iliseases thut tiro con
sidered aslncui-fiulo, aud sure (lentil. Yet the
niust astounding cures have been made thro
these remedies of somo dlsenses thut have nev
er been known to he cured byniediciue.
CONrtlTMlTION, StltUFULA. WIIITK
cnrL.r iv.i m I ,,rn...f. t:.
B in A VIIIIUIT, 111 ,1111 Ulllll, niwilil.i ,
Ovaries, Jiowels, Hright's Disease of the Kid
neys mat iiiivo ocien iirononiiceii iiiciirHiuu,
Cancers, Ulcers, Swellings, .Stone in the mad
der, Calculous Concretions, I'lcors nnd Sores ot
the Hones, Itickels so deeply seated thut no
other nieiliuiues have been known to reach,
have been cured by the HA KM A I' AID 1.1.1 AN
MESOLVKNT, aided by tliu HEADY UUMEtf
tnuiis aud flesh Diabetes. Involuntary Dis
charge of Water, Fungi in the lllmlder (the
KiniMtror a auoioon'suiscasoi. Torturing pains
wiiuij tiipuiini uiiie tlllliu, ulir.um.ll.lom.
tiOUT, XtUKALGI A each and every (moot
these complaints though hut a few of the
many other diseases, Hallway's tinrxiiptirlllinn
Hosolveuthas cured and in daily curing in all
uartsof the world.
in one word, any disease no matter under
what name designated, that is nourished or
increased by bail, impure, depraved, weak,
thin, watery or milsoiieil blond can be cured
OT K.tmVAlU SAKSAl'AlUi,Ll.JI 11JV
Dr.Kadwav Jt CU have nerer claimed ono
htindreth part of Hie curatlvo virtues for their
remedies na is ascribed to them by tho people
wuo nave usuu ineiii; ior ueur ill ininii, only
such discuses and roinnlaintsas Dr. ltadwny.
aflersucoessfiil treatment with their remedies
kuew. they would euro, wero enumerated in
their curative list, so that ninny or the extraor
dinary canes that have been reported awaken
ed as 'iiiiu h astonishment in the discovery of
their remedial nirents as in those who had been
roue u ml from death, aud made whole and
son n 1 1.
As many nei sons discredited their extraor-
.1i..u..w .n...... 1.A .l...t .lin.
uoiutinent in tho use of otlier advertised reino
dies and some believed it impossible for
simple ineaiciuca mane only mini vegetable
substances roots, herbs, &c should pwsess
such marvelous power, Yet they can readily
com urelieud that the siinule irrnsses of the
Held, after undergoinir the chcm'cnl procuss of
(listiuauonilesigiieii by nature in tnucowuuu
churn, furnishes us with hntlor certainly the
most abundant fat, caloric or heat-mnkiiiK
bone, tissue, muscle, sinew and blood-making
constituents ior tne iiuinan oony.
Hut when tliose people who (list doubt the
cuicacy oi iiiuhc rciuciiici. couiuioih-l- uiciruac,
tney uecome ineir most earnest ainocaies,
THK ONLY SAFE BUHK REMEDY FOB
TAPE, FIN, A W0KU3 OF ALL KINDS
OVARIAN TUMOR CURE.
Never has a medicine taken Internally, been
known to have cured Tumors, either of the
Womb, Uterus, Ovaries or Dowels; the knife
nas been tne sole reliance in the nanus ni ex
uerlenced surarenun: but Dr. Itadwav's Sar-
saiiarillian settles this uiiostiou. lt has cured
over twenty persons ot Ovarian Cysts and
Tumors, ns well as Tumors in, the llowels,
uterus, vvoiiiu, i.iver, i)ropiciu r-uusion
Ascites, and Calculous Concretions.
Tumor of 13 Years' Growth Cured liy
Hevkbly. Mass.. Jnlv 18. lsfl.
DilKadway: 1 havo had Ovarian Tumor
in the ovaries and bowels. All the doctors
said there was no heln for it. I tried every.
thing that was recommended, but nothing
helped me, I saw your Kesolvent and thought
I would try it. but 'had no .faith in it. because
I bad suffered for lit years. I took six bottles
oi tne ucsoivent, one mix or uaiiw av s rum,
aud used two bottles of vour Readv lielief.and
there is not a sign of a tumor to lie seen or
felt, and I feel better, smarter and happier
man i nave ior in years, ine ,vorst tumor
was in the left side of the bowels, over the
groin. I write this to you for the benefit of
outers, l ou can puniisu it ir you ciinose.
11A-.A11 1". jxs.vrr.
AN IMPOKTANT LETTER
From a prominent gentleman and resident of
Cincinnati, Ohio, for the past forty years well
known to the newspaper publishers through
out tne imiea amies:
Nkw Yore. Oct. 11th. lnTO.
Dr. Hadw at Dear Sir: 1 am induced by a
sense of duty to the suffering to make a brief
statement ni tne working ot your meiiicine on
myself. For several years I nave been alllict-
ed witb some trouble in the bladder and urin
ary organs, which some months aim culniina
ted in a most terribly afflicting disease, which
the physicians all said was spasmodic stric
ture In the iirctha, as also intlaniatiun of the
kidueys and bladder, and gave it as their
opinion that my age Ti venrs would prevent
my ever getting radically cured. I had tried
a number of physicians, and had taken a lurge
quantity of meiiicine, both allopathic ami ho
mwopatlilc, but got no relief. 1 had rend of
astonishing cures having been made by your
remedies: and some four months airo I read a
notice in the Philadelphia Saturday Evening
rost oi a cure nnving been enecteii on a per
son who had lonir heensiifTorlnaras! IimiI been.
I went right off ami got some of each your
Sarsaparillian Kesolvent, Heady ltelief, and
Retrulatiiiir Pills and commenced tukinir
them. In three days I was greatly relieved.
and now feel as well as ever. I
J. W. JAMES, Cincinnati, O.
Price one dollar x-r bottle. Sold by Drug
gists everywhere, and at Dr. Railway's, No. 3!
Warren, cor. Church St, N. Y.
' JbO. Iib6.
UADWAY'S READY RELIEF!!
Cures the wont Pains In from 1 to SO minutes
U-NOT ONE HOUR after rending this
advertisement ueeu any one miner w nil pain
. , Jt Ah WATS READY HE LIEF
I a cure for every pain. It was the first nnd
is the only Pain Remedy that instantly stops
the most excruciating pains, allays inflamma
tions, and cures congestions,- whether of the
Lungs, Stomach, llowels or oilier glands and
organs, by one application, in from one to
twenty niinufrs. No matter how violent or
excruciating the pain, tho Jthcumntic, Hed
ridden, Intlrra, Crippled, Nervous, Neuralgic
or prostrateu witn uiseuse may siuicr,
BAVWA TS HEADY RELIEF
Will afford Instant ease!
Inflammation of the Klilnoys, Inflammation of
ue AiiHuaur, inniiiiiinution or the llowels,
Congestion of tho Lui'irs, Soio 1'biBUt, DifB
eult lireftUilngj TafT.UaTIofrof tliu IleaiLHyi
terics, t;roup. Dlptlieria, Catnrrh, Influenza,
Headache, Toothache, Neuralgia, Rheuma
tism, Colds, Chills, Ague Chills.
The application of the Ready Relief to the
fiartor pan wnere me pain or (iiiucuiiy cx
sts will afford ease and comfort.
SO Droos in a half tumbler Water will.
In a few minutes, cure Cramps, Spasms, Sour
Stomach, Heartburn. Sick flcailuchc. Diar-
rnoca, Dysentery, unic, wind In 1 110 Llowels,
and all Internal Pains. . . i
Travelers should always cgrry a bottle of
iiauwaya ituiiei witn inein. Aiewdronsin
water will prevent sickness or pains from
change of water. It Is better than French
Brandy or Hitters as a stimulant.
FBVEB J2TT) AGUE.
Fever and Atue cured for fill cenU.
There Is not a remedial agent in this world
that will cure Fever ami Aguo, and all that
Malarious, Ilillious, Scarlet, Typhoid. Yellow
and other Fevers (aided by Railway's Pills) so
qnii'K as imiiways iteaiiy iiener, ou cents per
PERFECT PUEQATIVE PILLS
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated, for the
cureot an iiisoruers oi tne ntoniiicn, l.iver,
llowels, Kidneys, Hladder, Nenrous Diaeases,
nuauncue, vunsiiijiniiou, ostiveness, lllillgos
tion, Dyspepsia, Uiliousness, Hilious Fever,
Inflainiiiation of ' the Kowels. Piles and nil de.
raugeinenUof tho internal Vlsccra,warraiitud
to effect a positive cure.
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niTn-iirv, aiineruis, ur iiuieuinousiirilgs.
Inrwf Ulnerve the followinir svmnbiins re.
siiTliug front disease of the iligosllve organs:
oiMllpiilliiii, Inward Piles, Fullness of the
iiiixxi to tne neaii, Acunty oi tne BUiinai-li,
V.......... Il...l 1,1 ..... I I.-..,,
Nausea. Heartburn. Disirust for food. Full
nnss or weiirht iu the Pit of the Kloiiiin-h.
Swimming of tho Head, Hurried and dilllcult
Ureathlnir. Flutterlnir at the Heart, ( hokliiu-
or Hufl'ii-ntiiig Sensations when In a lying Pos
ture, Dimness of VIhIoii, Dots or Webs before
the Sight, Fever and Dull pain In the Head,
Deficiency In Persnl ration. Yellowness of the
aaiu ani r.yee, rain in tne nine, uient, j.iinbs
anil nuiliieu riusnes or neat, liiiming in the
Flesh. A few doses of Railway's Pills will
free the system front all the above disorders.
Fries 3S Cents per Box.
RADWAY k CO.. M Warren cor Church HL
New York. e
fflrRead False and Trim. Send one letter
Stain p U Railway A Co., No, 9i Warren, cor.
Church St., N. Y. Information worth thous
ands will he scut you,
... .i.... m.i...
ni to directions, and remain long unwell, pnride
.a, . . l i. ,l Mnlhi
beir Dones are noi ucyu wj iiii., pw,.v
ntant, od til vital organs wasted beyond the po"
yPPt IndlttasMon. Headscht Pl
. , , , i. i-:ni.,.a r.t -i..m rii,
h tilt Bliouiucra, vuiikii, " " ?M-,-'"
linen. Soar Etuctstioni of tli btomnch, Dad sl
Hlisa-, W . ,,-1,. D,I..:,.,:A. m ,1,
a Ilia niouui, iiiium n,,,wi .'r.""".,-"
Heart, Inflammation of the Lungs Psin in die rfcion
if the Kidneys, aud a hundred other painful sympomi
ire the offsprings of Dyspepsia. In theie compaint
jt hai no equal, and one bottle will prove a lattergnai
inteo of its merits tlmn a lenRthy advertiieinent.
For Fenia'.j Complaluts, in young r oM
narried or single, at the dawn of womanhood, in
Him of life, tliese Tooic Bitters dieplay so decidd
nnuence toai a waiacu inij.iwismu, ,--r
sialism and Gout, Bihoys, Romiittnl nj.l'''
hittent Fevers, Diseases of the Blood, Liver, Kidiey
Ind Bladder, tlieae Ilitlera have no '-, Such.vJ
Sies ire cauied by Vitis.U IJiood, '!
ZZt..7..l T. H.-ienicnt of the Digenv Organ
..w-& OtutU PaurffatiT w.H W
1 ItflT. .1 .t. a,....,:.. ...... t ItH
i lpaUKVf uuaacasiug aiau Jc.uiir miciii vi y" :
HKtton of the iTivor ind Vitcarai Organs, and in Bilioa
For Skill PUeMef. tniption. leuer, ai
ftheuij.lllolchts, Spoti, dimples, Puituloa, Boila, Cat
mncies, King-worm". oLiu-ncu, .,-
sneiasiicn, scum, ulscuii'miioiwii ", - -
na AarniQi ui 111a bkiii, ui .u.i.i
ire liteiUy dug up and carried out of tin syaiein m
yinn iiao oy ine use oi nicsv uinui
urnt-ful 'alaonsanua proclaim iipw" v11
itilmnt wnnHi-rful fnvifforant lhatsver sustains
lie inVifc evstein. . .
(.WALIEK, Piop'r. II. II. Blcuon uu a w,
pruggisliand Gen. Agte., Sfiri Fraacisco, Cat.
S11(lC0Tt)l waMllllKlon ana vnarnon ..oi,
(OLD IV ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS
OB.CiOOK'8 AV1NE OF TAK
Ten Tenrs of a-pnM
ct liasjiroved Dr.Crool
nrtcl. 4V,nn C111V KlinlL
the public. It la rich l
the medicinal qualities
Tar, and mieqiialedl tf
diseases of tho Throat
La saga, performing a
taaw JII'TIH ICIiiwaneaiaw
effootunily cures all Cone
yt and Colds. It ban cured.
, many case of Astlin)
w auei ursDt'uiua, uiua
uaa rjoea jiruuuuuueu
apeolflo fir these con
lalnta. For PaJnaln tb
Ilrcstat. Mile or Itael
Uravel or Kidney ell
ease, diseases of the tJrli
arjr Oritauii, JaaiMllo
or any liver Complain
Mnrosi she AnDOlIti
Strenirtir-na tbe (System,
teatores Ux .VeaU nii lobilll,
(iusea the 1'ooie IHtceir
lemoTM iMpepaiav ants luinu-raiiui
iWunii, Miiluriuua a-'evei
Qlvea toneioyour bteu.
td tha health of the) syxtai
1 follow. There la u nrennri
in of Iron and 1'oUe lto
!ro effectual tlina nil other
icli will removo from yot
tern the lmuuro nnd vitiate
fod which cauaeacllHonso, an
inowimeiime imuu ill) you
kith and strength It neve
tlu to earn. If you Imv
ir the Kjreo or I-Utm. o
ofnla la any form, Tei
ra. C leer a, or Serol ulon
uraniationa, you call rei
J ling oureo witn tula prcpt
n known aa Dr. 4'rook
Cofponndi fiyrnp of I'nk
It (SO. Kheamatism. I'aiu
tiu oraaeoaowii uy Meruii
rlni or other tiolMiia. lira ail
euM bylt. For MTPbllla.
lnsequal 10 it. A trial wl
Do not nse pent or powder, but get a inoi
permanent boa.ty by purifylni: your Disk
this preparatio of Iron aixl Poke lion
makes arougli aid scaly skin soft mid an iouii
shanees that allow oomulexiou to one c
freshness and t-alth, and remove any t nip
UTIlaeaaaurtheNkin, 1'iiuules, I'm
lul.lilotc-fc abruptions, iiyoit v...-
osy cheeks am ahealthy complexion use J u
Srook a Compuud byr uo of i'oau lluou
Is one of the best managed
Insurance Companies in Oho.
Hates as low as any Noi 1
Losses promptly adjusted
without litigation. ' ;
; II. C. JONES, Agent.
Patentee and Manufacturer of. -, i
SAW AND GRIST MILLS
; t ! r ; ; ; Improved
Head Blocks, Post-Hole Borers,
Clarksburg, West Va.
THK Grist Mills, being- portalilo, are
Irou Frame, aud
STRONG, DURABLE. EFFICIENT,
And lie host Mill vir tn,i r,. .11 Li
grin, i.iijf: can he canily attacheil to Haw
i, 7 , ,wl Ti warranted 10
riwii. a"i rir ui a superior illilltlt
Kreator rato of speed than any other
wclKht bofnff 1,400 imiindH, npruiiviiiK nl
tout Hfimre on tho llwir. Will KHiiJaoto
lltlailtnlu ln.al.,iM ta ...Ul.l. ii i . .
"win. Jl WIlMIIl IIIIIIV IIUVH. I
Mllhiof'N not itifivA fififlMi'.it.. i ....... b.. .
turned aiift monoyftiid aUciiuiVon roninl(l
ITart h roHt-Hole Borer,
jn Is Kuni-auteeil to make two liiAcs
one of any other; does lis work ra
tw III v ntwl t....r.....i..
SAVES ITS COST
I IV O IV 13 It A Y
No fault eun he foiiml wllh It aft
nai. hem to any one ou trial '
will nenil me tiio eiiilorseineul of
i-osi oiaxiei'. ARCiits waiiliwl i ;
. . JltA IIAItT.; t i
Clarksburg, VV. Va
Farmers and othors ran sm the
I'osUIIole llnrnv at. tlm b'ui.i,i.ir.
'OftlC. , .. ." , ;, .
XT Veep conslantly on hand at thlsof
yV Bceasupoly of KNVKIIPKB, uKB
which a card of any description will ha
printed solovr that all mav na,irH in i,..a a
card on the Envelopes mod by them. ,
d r a tmis Mr
TAVOltlTE SHORT ROUTE
TO ALL PRINCIPAL POINTS ' 'J:
The "Old Reliable" ami Popular . :
HANNIBAL & H!'. JOSEPH
7 Through Express Trains Daily
L Koiiliipod with Miller's PaUint Siilotv
I 1 btlorm, Coupler, nml Huffer, and'
III-.. ' j Hie CelebruUid , . !.
Westinghouso Patent Air Eralcos.
'I'l.U ... . '
. ......v inoim-noii againat nccl-
deuts in t!o world.
lilrt?" New irhil lll,irfll,l riuir f..n..l.n . I
twoiluily liuiiHof Put nian'a l'l,. k.,..i....
Oiihaioiiiiilhiiiiigli ;iom KANSAS CITY
to tiiiincy, lialesbing, Mendolit and
' ' Without Chnu;. :
Also, Retail line of Pullman's Pln,. sii.1.1-
iiirlars Ii-oiii ATiIIISON nml sr. jho.:kii
ta .lacktoiTville and Kiiriuirilelil. ami ....... ...,.1
elegant Day Coaches Jroui KniisiuCity tola
dlunapolis an It iueiniiatl without cliaugn
1 . r, i. ;. ; . , . .
lfir"To sei-uio all I'm inmlm-n I
niouts in Railway traveling, puivhaso ticketi
via llio liASMbAi. n hT. joski'ii bhokt Lini,
Idlng all traimlei-s, lenles and change
jfiby" Through Tickets for sale at all prlu.
-i . , 1,1 n u 1 nn 1,1 h inu, 1111
route. iiKiige checked throiigli to all prin
cipal poinu. o. m. t.yh-oimV
A, l'ARKEIt, uen'l Ticket Ageut.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, CINCINNATI
and INDIANAPOLIS Railway, via CRESTLINE
The fiillowuia' are the distances and (urea
from Colnii.hiis, Ohio'
Miles To . Fares.
!to-telcwaru - t w
m uhiioii - - - -IW
t.'restline ... .
11 Hielliy - ......
Ml N. Ixiuilou -
101 W'ellingloii . .
1XA Itorea ------
1-l-J r-idiivy - . . ..
m Ciilon ............ v ..... .
IliM A lliiilli - -
UN Van Wert
1W Ft Wavne
nil Sandusky .
lui xoieiio . .............
fltt Ilutro t ......
3UI Ilari-isliiirgli - -- -- -- -- --
Wi llultiniore ............
tf.'l Huflnlo -
HIS Niagara Falls -
U'.'-l MmilOL'H -
141 New Vork -
071 Ituston via New York ......
Xl'J-lloston via Allium- - - ......
ISO liic inniiti -.
i8-.' KniiBu.i City -
771 Lawrence - ....
Iim Topeku ....
HIKI St. Joseph -
84-J Chicago) 11.46
4-.'7 Milwaukee ...... 14.45
4-IH lliirliiigloii 18 71
MB I'eoriil 15.M
7hu St. Paul
- - 17.10
5--!4 I.a Ciii.-se - -
7110 lies Moines ...
5i4 Hock Island
Mil Cedar Hiipiils
ftlll Iowa City ......
HMtl liuiileith --
The iihovo rales ul' tare are subject lu chang
Pussenser Ag't "lleo I.lne," Coluiuhiis, O.
& INDIANAPOLIS RAILWAY.
Trains will leave Columbus and ( lout-
Hue and arrive At Hiints 11 allied below us fol
lows: C(ii.i''urs liy. nioiit
Coluiiihiis . I.V
1 :45 A M (It M
4:0M l U
Shelby '. .
New London. .
Le U range.....
W. & U. W. I)
. . .14:14
P M 10:) p U
4:15 AM (11:14
4:45 1 :.-4J
10 All 4:00
Clovolaiid.Lvn:30AMA 1-4:50 pm 10:45 m
Krlo Ar 10:40 7:10 1:25 A M
Dunkirk 11:50 U:10 8'50
lliiUulo dl:10mlO:!t5 4:05
lluf. (vi"rle)Lvi4:80FM I 5:00 A H
llornellsvllleAr8 5:45 8:45
Cornlug 7:45 0:40
Kluiira . . 8:00 10:15
Ilinglmmtnu.... 10)6 14:07 PM
Now York...ArT:UU A U .7:46PM
y'c A H li j Lt,:05 VH flOP 115:00 AM
Itochester ,Arf4:S0 1:35 A MTI7KI5
Syracuse 7:10 4:10 8:35
I'tlca :40 8:00 11:10
Schenectady... '111:00 8:00
Albany 14:40 AM 8:45 D 8:00 p a
New fork 8:45 4:40 p M 11:'.'0PM
lioston 8:30 A M 5:40PM :80PAi
Clone connections made at Colunibuii with
the Columbiil Ik Hocking Vullcy Railroad.
TliroiiKh Tickets for sale at Athens.
Itfi-Palaca Say and Sleeping Can
On All Trains.
For particular lul'orinatiou ill regard to
through tickets, time, connections, etc,, to all
points East, West. North and South, apply to
oraiuirest a r eun, uoiiiiniiiis. lmiio.
K. 8. FLINT, Oen. Rup't.
(ieueral Agent, C olumbus, Ohio.
Paaaeni-ar A cent. ( Vilnnihiis. Ohio,
ST. LOUIS R. R.
C. & M. DIVISION.
Cincinnati... 8:30a. 111.
a :10 p.m.
. 8:15 p.m.
. 4:10 p.m.
. 4:40 p.m.
6:00 p m
A:0U a tn
4:110 p in
Sow York.. 8:86 "
UOINQ WEST. ,
S. York 8:80 a. ni.
flladulp'la. 14:40 p. 111.
.iiiiesvllle.. 8:40 "
" " .. H:30
' Lanraslnr.. 10 OU u
. ,.. 10:40 f. ..
Clnelnufttl . (:IS p. in.
f ! "i r'. : i-, --, CC.
GOING EAST. Columbus & Hocking Valley R. R.
Short Line to the Lakes and the North
TWO PRESS TRAINS DAILY.
. , As follows;
Depart . Ilepni't.
Athens. 0:10a. in. 8:16p. in.
I 'oltmiliiiH. Il:35a.iii. 6:80 p
Clevelimd ,. . . .. 4:l i, 111 , 7:10a.m.
I'lltxhurgli ".15 " n:ma. in. ,
IndianniHilis . . : " . ' 4:10. "
hlcago ... '- "I. 8:40 '
Hiirliiglleld ... ,1:10 p. HI. ' 7:40 p.M,
I'aypiu iw '
I'I.ihii coiinectlon iiiiiilent Lancaster for Clr.
clcvllle, iiiiesvllle nml nil lminls ontlioCiii
elnniiti uiul Muskiiigiini V tiller Knllmml.
Direct coniiiN-tions tiinnu nt 1 0111 s ior
Dnvton. HnrliiKllcId, Imllanniiolis, Chicago
and all ikiIiiIs West. A Iso, lor Clnvolaml,
lliiflralo, I'M tKinirgu, nnu an Miints r.ast.
Take the llockluir Vnllev nml I'an IlHndls
riiiite to( hii-iiu-oaiul the Northwett It is the
shortest by sixty-six miles, giving passengers
the lienoflt of ipilcker tlmo and lower rate
tl.a by any other line. ' ' ',... ,
. 4fa TV lIlJUIla f nill f
Bum, Gcn'l Ticket Aont , .,,'!
' Jaasir' " " J"' ' '-V '
EVERY DESCRIPTION of FURNITURE f MODERN TILES .
lmnuitrnctuve lounU'i-mul v.'iair Imuu I Lure of
COFFINS OF EVERY
and accunipiiny them wilh a Hearse. fJ&?"l'Ua nuTilio 0.1-er iuvited to call unil
1 . trx a
VXKiuiji. aujr oiuuai i.i.
March lfllli, IhU" ' ' ' " H ' ' '' '
.UJC--'- BlXl' Hi... , B,
ii " '' lf -T'
I KICK I' ("ONSTA'S'i'LY OX IIAND1''1 f ."; - V'Ml
nil Mtnl, ut tlio moHt iemotuihlijriocK J am
ST VUO AND VAIUETY,
s 1 ri si .t
" I'Altin lHJIi.ltJ.lJI.
..- ,. ,, ., .. , ,
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paper, published in New lurk, wlileli is
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AdJrestt ' '" .!! " ' " '
l'uh. Knnulrer, MeArtuiir, t), "
-' v- '
ISHART'S PINE TEEE
.' ' .''',: I I :
NATURE'S GREAT REMEDY
THU OAT AXJ) LUNGS I
It is gi-atll'yliig to us to Ini'oi in the public
that Ur. I.. O. C, Wisluirt's Pino True Tar
Cniillttl, lor Throiit and I.uug DI-chm's, has
r:ulned an euvia'e'O reputiitiun fi-oiu tbeAt
iintie, to tliu I'acillc count, anil friiin them e to
some of the lirst liiiiiilies ol' Kurope, not thro'
the press nluiie, but by pci-xins Ihiiuigliout the
States actually benefitted and cured at lilt
(Hike. Whilu ho iinlilishus less, so say our re
porters, he is uniilile to supply tho demand. It
gains und holds Its reputation
Fli nt. Nut by stopniug cough, hut by loos
ening and ussi'sting mitiiro tu throw oft' tho
unhealthy mutter collected about the throat
anil lii'oni Iiiiii tubes, vldch aiititnirritittiuti.
Second. It reuioves tho causoof irritation
(which produces cough) of thu mucous nieni
hiiiiio uud bronchiiil tubes, assists tho lungs
to act ami throw ml' the unhealthy secretions,
anil purines tho blood.
ril. It is free from squills, lobelia, Ipocac
ami opium, of which most throat und lung
remedies lire composed, which allay cuiigu
only, and disorganize ihestoiiimli. 'Ithasa
southing elici t on the stomach, acts on thu
liver uud kidney s, and lymphatic, nud nervous
regions, tl:;.s reucillng to every part ol' the
system, and in its invigorating nnd purifying
e'fl'ei-ts It hits guiiieil a ri-jiiitiitiiiii which It
must hold above idl others in tho market.
THJ3 PINS TSEJ3 TAR COHDIAL.
WOKIVI SK, AU DROPS.
lieing under my iiiimediulu iliirctlun, tln-y
slnill not lose Hu h i iiriitive qualities by the
uscol'cheup und impure uiiicles.
1IKXKV II. AVrSllAllT, Prop'r.
FREE OF CIIAKGE!
Ur. I.. (. C. WMiiut's Oillie rarlors are
open mi Muiiikivs. Tiiesd.iys nud Wednesdays
I i iiiii 'J a. m. to . P. Jl., I'm- i uiisiillatioii by lie.
NYni.T. .Mngee. Willi him me itssnebited two
i'niiiiiig .lu sh-inns ul' ci kiiiiwledgcii ubil
Ily. This o;i(ioi tiinll v is not iilli-red by ait)
oilu-r in -Million in the city.
. All letteis must be aildresseil to
, L. Q. 0. WISH ART, M.D., '
N. 8a North Second St.,
Xovinilier liO, lh-a..-(iiii
Vol. VII. 187-3.
OLD AN I) NEW.
T n e People's M a o a i in e.
Eil It-J by Etliuird E. Huh.
Tim enbirged resources placed In the bunds
c r tint oi.ii asn nkw by the public and by the
piiiprietui'H, enable them to iitinoiincu a vol
ii in of wider Interest than they have ever
Mrs. CiroeiiHiigh'H story, "Pythoiiln," and
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