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WfABTIlUB, OHIO, - JANUARY 1, 1K74,
The Grand "Duke 'Alexis, third
eon of the i Czar, who haVimly lute
ly , returnod from ft journey
round the world, will, at hU father's
command, start on. a similar, expe
tlition early ii tho spving.
Accokding to a Berlin corres
pondent, there exists still . a Prua
sian party lit the Spanish Cortes.
led by count Itaseon, formerly
Spanish embassador at Berlin, who
intend to revive tho Ilohcnzollern
candidature on a favorable occasion
Justice is sometimes slow, but it
is tolerjbly sure. -'The notorious
Bender family, whoso discovered
butcheries in Kansas, less than a
year ago, shocked the whole civil
ized world, have been arrcstod in
fiouth Carolina. It is only to be
regretted that thero is no human
punishment that can bo inflicted
upon them, adequate to the crimes
they have committed.
It is now said that $100,000,000
of legal tender notes will be issued
in lieu of the $50,000,000 increase
of taxation that has been proposed.
Such a proceeding, of course, would
be just like Richardson and the
financial quacks by whom he is
surrounded. But suppose the hun
dred million and the forty-four mil
lion reserves arc issued the taxes
, will be increased all the same. An
inflation will not prevent taxation.
The Railroad Strike. At 12
o'clock a. m., Friday, December 2G, a
strike of locomotive engineers took
place on the Pittsburgh, Cincinnati
& St. Louis railway, and its leased
lines, west of Pittsburgh.also thcFort
Wayne ifc Chicago road. In No
vember the officers of the various
railways, met in Pittsburgh, and
resolved upon a reduction of ton
per cent, ou tho wages of all tho
employees of the roucle, including
the poor track walkers and section
men who received only $1.40 per
day. The reduction was submitted
to by all the employees of the road
without a murmer, saving and ex
cepting tho engineers. They en
tered strong protest against the
reduction of wages, and sent com
mittees to consult with tho authori
ties of the road in regard to the
matter- These olllcials would not
give them, satisfactiouaud rmraLa.
ted In tho reduction. The engi
eers, finding that thejh could not
bring the company to terms by
expostulations, determined to test
the clllcacy of a strike. The strike
continued until Friday, January 2,
It resulted in tho victory of the
railroad companies. Most of the
engineers went to work again. The
services of the leaders in the strike
The Future of the Democracy.
Since the close of civil strife in
this country, Radical men and Rad
ical principles have ruled. So far
as it was possible without formal
repudiation of our form of govern
ment, a complete change has been
effected in the system of central
administration. Sustained by
the prestige given by victorious
arms, elated with triumph, self-reliant
to a degree that generated reck
lessness rather than considerate
firmness; the Republican party,
emerging from the smoke of war
into the placid atmosphere of peace,
commenced with a war energy, but
also with a war. precipitancy, to
handle the disordered machinery
t They paid no attention to the
counsels of the past; they respected
no land-marks; theirs was a new
party, and they 'determined that it
should move in new paths, and ful
fill its destiny under the inspiration
of original ideas. ' Like Photon,
grasping the reins in all the pride
and over-conlldenco of impulsive
youth, they drove away from the
beaten course, and now, like Pho
ton, they have fetched up in sud
den ( and "irretrievable ruin irre
trievable, at least, so far as the fu
ture existence of their party is con
' ccrned. ' :
.' The experiment of i novation up
"oh established ' doctrines has been
fully tried, and the principles of the
Republican party have proved them-
. selves inimical to the realization of
the purposes of our. national exis
tence 'und ruinous to to the inter
- ' outs of the people. The old beacon
' f fires bo long extinguished, or hid-
v den from view, will have to be ro
V Jightod and replaced upon, the
mountain tops upon tho unshaken
rocks of Jeffrsonian Democracy
f.wuero, nearly a century ago, their
steady flame guided the nation to
. prosperity and grandure. But it is
J a'difllcult and porilous task for a
" people to retrace its steps ovet the
' ruins of partisan organizations,
through themist8 and vapors of
exploded doctrines, amid the frag
ment of overthrown political fab--
lies, with i jack o'lantern doma
Eogucg on yery sido to bewilder
and line tttC musses into labarynths
anil byways. Tho Democratic par
ty is now on tho high road to supre
macy, but it will bo no easy con
summation to attain that suprema
cy with its Democracy Mill pure
That, in reality, is the mission of
tho party that Is to regenerate and
redeem the Republic. To grasp
power from .the nerveless hand of
tho Republicans is nothing But to
bring Democracy into power free
from corruption, untrammelcd v0y
shameful bargains, and tl1.0llriliv
purified for the sacrp?, work hcore
it that is everything; that is what
is to be Striven for and achieved,
or the reascendency of Democracy
will fail of its great; object, and
will Icavo tho countey in no better
condition thau that to which it has
been brought by the errors and
corruptions of the Radicals.
Don't See the Hard Times!
"Oh, these hard tjines!" ex-
claims the 'poor man. ifo'isb-
out ot work, with his family to
take care of. the landlord in
sists upon having his rent, there
is no bread, no fire, and not
one cent to buy the things nec
essary to keep the loved ones
from freezing. .
"Where are tho hard times?"
asks Grant with his double sal
ary of fifty thousand dollars a
year a thousand dollars a
week. Tho white house is new-
y furnished, newly painted and
frescoed. Magnificent caruets
lavejust been imported to take
the place of those that were
put down only last year, and a
new set of costly cut glassware
is being made for the noble
President, lie drives out in
his fine carriage with the best
blooded horses, and in his cel
lar are the best liquors that
money can buy.
"These are hard times," says
the working tax-payer. The
miserably iueompetent admin
istration of the Republican par
ty has increased his taxes,
while it has rendered the value
of bis property les3. Each
year his labor is decreasing in
value, but his taxes are steadi
ly growing, and while' he can
not always get something to do,
he must unfailingly respond
to the demands of the tax gath-
"I don't see anything of these
hard times," blusters the loyal
Congressman. He has raised
his ovr,yalary fifty per cent,
and aided to steal nearly two
million on back account. This
money all comes from the
pockets of the tax-payers, and
as the money , disappears the
taxes must be increased. With
af hundred and fifty dollars a
week for doing nothing, the
Congressmen cannot see any
thing ofthe "hard times."
"The times are pretty hard,"
says the farmer. Railroad mo
nopolies, high freights and
protective tariffs, have well
nigh ruined ' him. Republican
legislation for years has been
directed against the farmer.
It has been so managed that it
has raised up the price of all the
farmer has to buy, and reduced
the price ofy.ll ho has to sell,
until he has found that he
must either take the matter in
his own hands, or he driven to
the wall with the hard times.
"Times never were better,"
says the bondholder. And to
them this is true, they have
nothing to fear. Taxation and
depression do not reach them.
They cling to their bonds, and
draw their interest with "the
same regularity that they drink
their wine. The money paid
the bondholder comes out of
the tax-payer, and therefore
they do not see anything of
the hard times.
"Everything looks lovelyl"
shouts the officeholder. He
has nothing of any consequence
to do. His salary is paid him
with scrupulous regularity, and
if he could see fit to go off with
a few thousand dollars of the
people's money, nobody even
thinks it necessary to say a
says the people. Thev " ' '
iuh uown wuu a nef(a 0f
moou-sucKing omc-j holders
who are gradual v rfldnemo-
the country to a condition of
poverty, ano. they see that
sometmnggmust bo donePsoon
to save them from fM Jf,L
vv iui 1 UJLlit
A double pay PresidenQal
ary grab Congressmen, 'bond
holders and office holders can
see no hard times, because they
do not depend uoon the swanf.
of their brows for the means of.
subsistence for themselves and
families. They are supported
by the workingmeu of tho
country, who are ground down
to the dust, that the court and
its courtiers rnay have every lux
ury comfort possible.
They don't see tho hard
And so, like tho crazy fa
natics they are, they go about
shouting for war and seeking to
bring the country again 0
distress. War m- d'ebit
added to ou; alrea(ly burden.
some ligations; it means death
"and mourning to thousands, and
despair to other thousands; it
means increased taxation; it
means additional burdens that
the people cannot bear, and
War would be fine for those in
office, for the pets of power. It
would give them such fine op
portunities for plunder, and it is
tho who would be
Letter from Missouri.
Hamilton, Caldwell Co., Mo.,
December 28, 1873.
Editor Enquirer :
A few words about this part of
Missouri, perhaps will bo of some
value to a portion of the many read
ers of the Esqcireu, especially
those who think of emigratins; west.
Hamilton is situated on th o Han
nibal and St. Joseph Railroad, one
hundred and fifty-six miles west of
Hannibal, fifty miles cast of St.
Joseph, and sixty-niuo miles from
Kansas City. It has a population
of fifteen hundred souls; only sfx
years ago its population was one
hundred and fifty, and two im
proved farms were all that could be
seen from the town. It has one
of the best school houses in north
western Missouri, which was built
two years ago r.t a cost of seven
teen thousand dollars. It has four
churches built in the latest style.
Hamilton is suri'OiindiMl by one of
the most fertile regions in Missouri,
and therefore is one of the most im
portant points on this road for the
shipment of cuttle and hogs. It lias
shipped within the last two weeks
twenty-live car loads of liojjs. Tho
corn crop wa.i short this year on
account of the drought, while wheat,
oats and grass was good. Tho pri
ces of grain per bushel are corn. 23
cts., oats 20 cts., and wheat $1, and
hay sells at from five to six dollars
per ton, cattle bring three and one
half dollars per hundred, and hogs
three dollars per hundred gross.
ICitiattoa, the oownty etA of tli
county, is situated seven miles
south of Hamilton, on a high lime
stone ridge. It is a great deal
older town than Hamilton, but not
more than half as large. It seems
as though the older towns of this
State are built on the . roughest
ground that could bo found. The
old settlements are also on the
rough ground and in the timber.
I would say to the people of Vinton
county who want to buy good farms,
here is the place and now is the
time to come. Land is cheaper
now than it has been for six years,
and perhaps will never be so cheap
again. Good improved farms can
be bought at from fifteen to twenty
live dollars per acre, The reason
of this is, so many persons went in
debt for their farms aud the late
money panic compel them to sell.
Farmers who are out of debt will
not Bell at these prices.' A person
who is out of debt, and has a good
farm is all right, and can make
The following is a list of oulcers
of the Swan Township Grange, No.
107, of the Patrons of Husbandry,
elected for the ensuing year, on
Saturday, December 20, 1873:
Master. Frederick Frick.
OvEitSEEit. Edward Waller.
Lectuuek. S. S. Albin.
Steward. Iliraai Johnson.
Assistant Steward. J. S. With
erspoon. Chaplain. 3Iatthtas Shurtz.'
Treasurer. Charles Shurtz.
Secretary. James Faulkner.
Gate Keeper. Fcnton Johnson.
Ceres. Annie Rinehart.
Pomona. Margaret A. Frick.
Flora. Caroline Norris.
Stewardess. Mrs. S. E.
erspoon. . ' .
Eamhart, fc. VT, Rinehart, J. D.
, j installation of these officers
jk place on Suturday afternoon,
January 3, 1874, at 1 o'clock, at Mt.
Dr. N. J. Bowers, Dentist, McArthur, O.
TnE weather has been very bad
since Sunday night
John C. Breckinridge's disabil
ities have been removed, and
now his Kentucky' friends have
a notion of letting him "sweep
the State for Governor." r
, i -
mr IJ III. 11 0 -BMMMBM
Toe - Baltimore & Ohio Rail
road has reduced fare from Co-
lumb'os to Washington City, to
NOTICE TO TEACHERS.
The Board of Evnmineri for Vlnf.m i nntii.
dates for touchers' certllleatea at tlie .,
Hoiiso lu MuArthur, uu IVillowit: ..onooi
Tll 1ST AND 8ll SATUHDIY I ,
il ii I. i. i. . MAU01I,
li ii il It ii " Al'HII.,
i ii ii . " May,
Ii It .1 , " " SKI'TKMBIiR,
ii li ( " OCTOIIKII,
II li " ' " NOVlIUUKIt,
It " " DEL'KUBKH,
" " ".lANUAHY,
" " " . " I'KIIHl'AKV.
. ... .malum iui UAflllUUmiUJl OI CaUl1
" " ' " JiriSK,
" " ' " July,
" " " Aimihst.
All mooting will begin nt 10 o'clock, a. M.
prrciuoly, uuu close at 4 1'. M.
Tho Jioimls liuro ailnpted, and until further
notice, will uo governed by tlio following:
1st. Kvldonee of (rood moral character will
be required of nil eiincliilMcs.
M. Kxnininntlnni will ho conducted mnlnlT
by printed questions, and written answer's
ad. Candidates nverasrlnir 00 nor cunt, of
correct answers to all questions proposed, will
receivo a certificate of 2-1 months! Pt cent,
do. 18 months; TO per cent. do. 18 months U0
nor cent. do. 6 mouths.
Those falling to average 00 por cent, of cor.
reel aunwors will not he entitled to a certifi
cate. And any one falling below 60 per cent,
ou any branch will not receive a certillente.
Knell candidate is reouired liv lnw tn imp
fifty cents na a! condition ofioxnniiiintlon. ami
to leave a stamped envelopo with the Clerk of
wioisouni. Bitmonery will be lurnishod by
I iiu jiuitni.
Under no circumstance will nn examina
tion be held except on Public Examination
diivs, neither will certillcutcs ba irrnntixl nn
the strength of nn applicant's recommoudiuJC0!
tion, however good, without examination-ofTT
i ne applicant s qiinimciitions.
M. It. BAIINES, )
.1.8. III! HX. EXAMINKlts.
GO WEST THROUGH 8T. LOUIS
To all who nro seeking now homes in or are
about to take a trip to Missouri, Kansas, Col-i
orado, Now Mexico, Nebraska, Oregon
uuroia, we rocommcnu a clieap, -snto, qulckf
and direct route by way of St. Louis, over tlio
Missouri rneillo through Lino. It is equlpueift
with flue Day Coaches, Buck's Beclinin
Chair Cars, Pullman's Palaco Sleepers, tlio fai
nious Miller Safety I'latfonn,nntI tlio cclobra
ted Westliighouse Air-Iirnkc, and run ttf
trains from St. Louis to principal points ii
tlio West without change. Wo believe thn
the Missouri Pacific Line has tho best trai l
of any road west of the Mississippi Iiivcr.anJ
with its superior equipment and unrivalel
comforts for passengers, has become the grcaj
popular thoroughfare between tho East an
tho West. Trains from the North. South nnl
East connect at St. Louis with trains of tli
Mo. Pc. Tho Texas connection of this road
now completed, nnd passengers nre offered i
a llrst class nil-rail routo from St,Louls
Texas, either over the Missouri, Kansas
Texas It. It., via Sedalia, or over the Atlnif
in j-nciiic 11, n., via limn. For mills
timo tables, Information as to rales, routqi,
Sit.., wo refer our renders to S. II. Thomiisoi.
Eastern Passenger Ajrent, Columbus, Ohio, ii
i',. .. mm. t.'n'r'l Piia-eugcr Agent. St. Lol
Is. Mo. Ouestioiis will lie clieennllv m.l
Choap Farms for Salo Easy Terins-
Atliintic A Pacini! H. K. Co. ollors l.StlO.njO
in'r.Mof land in Central and South-west Jlo, $3
iii-ViJ per acre, on seven years' time, witlifreo
ra .sportutloii from St. Louis to nil purchic-
en. t limine, soil, timber, mineral wealth,
si'hool. churches, and law-abiding society in-vit.-emigrants
from nil points to this Inndof
fruits ami flowers. For particulars address A.
Ti ck. Land Commissioner. St. Louis, Mu. ly
.Tho advertiser, having been perniiinontlv
cured of that dread rlisenso, Consumption, by
.-.iiupiu remoiiy, is anxious to make known to
his follow sufferers tho means of cure. To all
who desire ity wo will semi a copy of the pro
scription used, (free of charge), with tlio di
rections for preparing nnd using tlio same,
which they will And a burk Ci-rk vor Con
sumption, AgTnHA. JlRONCHITlS. e.
KfiffPurUuB w4flltiitj the presi'rlptJon wttii
Rev. A. E. WILSON,
1!M Penn St., Williiunsbiirgli. N V.
Ciuped hands, face, ronjrli skin, pimples
ringworm, snlt-rheuin and other cutaneous
nd'octions cured, and tho skin made Bnft and
smooth, by using tho Juniper Tau Soap,
nuido by Caswei.l, Hazard, & Co, N. Y.
Uo certain to get the Juniper 'fur Soap, as
thero arc many imitations made with com
mon tar which aro worthless. 4t.
For Ayer's Medicines, go to G. V. Sisson'a.
Tho Itest Place. The choicest lot of Gro
ceries, Quceuswnro, Glassware, Notions, &c,
can be had at Davis Duncan's Store, lu Za
le.sk I, at all times.
Corn, oats, potatoes and produce of every
description taken in exchnngo for goods, at
his store. In connection with Ills store he has
Saddlo ami Harness Shop, and will repair
anything in that lino on short notice aud at
low figures. Uo and see him tf
For Fine Perfumery, go to Sisson's Drug
For Pure Drugs and Medicines, go to Sis
sou's. ERRORS OF YOUTn.-A gontlomnn
who suffered for years from Nervous Debility,
Premature Decay, and all the effects of youth
ful Indiscretion, will, for the sake of suffering
humanity, send free to all who need it, there-
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remedy by winch he wub cured. Sufferers
wishing to profit by the advertiser's expe
rience cau do so by addressing, in perfect con
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has just Issued a cutidogiio of his new instru
ments, giving a now scale of rates, and hit
JMunoeliave recently been awarded tho llrst
premium at several fair. Wo hnppon to know
that his instruments ciirnert Uim it good repu
tation long before Expositions anil tho "hon-ai-d".
eouwuMtad thorewith wereeven ttiroiight
of; Indeed, we have one of Mr. Witters' I'iu n
os now in our house (where it bus stood for
years) of which any manufacturer in the
world might will ho proud. Wo huvo always
been-, delighted witli it lis a sweet-toned and
powerful iiiNtruiiient, nnd there is no doubt ol
its durability; more than this, sonio of the
best iinieteiir plnvers in tho cily, its well as
several celebrated piiinbls.lnivo pei lerniud ou
tho said piano, und nil pronounced it. a supe
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dorsements we could not give. Home Jour
nal. Tho Wntors' Pianos nro known as among
the very best. We nro entitled to spelik ol
these instruments with confidence, from por
souul knowledge. A'. )'. Krtin)elht.
Wo can speak of tlio merits of tlio Walters'
Pianos from personal knowledge, in being of
tho very best quality. Chrlntlaa IiitelUVm
cer. The Waters' Pianos are built of tho liest
seasoned material. A dtocate ami Jourmil.
.Rev. ISnrnas Sears, D. D Ex-President of
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Pianos, writes the following:
Staunton, Va., March IS, lffi2.Mr. Jacob
Echols Dear Sir: Mv daughter, who is a
good Judge, any) her Piano (tho Waters) Is a
fine one, and lias becu pronounced so bv tie
German teacher of music, nnd by the llnltT
more Tuner much superior to tho lliiltimore
Pianos. Mr. Witters is a wealthy Dnptist. I
put entire confidence in hi in us n husiticxs
man. Yours Trtilv,
Tho Wnters. Concerto Parlor Oruniis .-Mr.
Horace Wntors, of No. 481 llroadwVi luw
patented linpiovcment in parlor' or
which renders his popular instrument '
able to any that wo have seen. The preler
turcTOnsists of what is called a Co new teit
produccd by an extra set of re' ..neerlo Slim,
voiced. Its tono Is remark'- 1" peculiarly
and brilliant, aud Its powe '"'V lull, sweet
this stop und tho swell, t' .r very line. With
rieties of expression .no moKtchiiiinlugyii
largestof tho sever?- can ho produced. Tho
namely: n rich W .isizes embraces ten slops,
colo, a flute, .u-hass, a very didiento inc.
coupler, ' ..iclodlit, dulclnnu, forte, vfidii,
treinol' ,0 concerto and it vox liumunu or
Kith .. Thev have three full seti of reeds,
.. a clcav, delicate tone. .V. Y. Tritimir.
Waters' Concerto Parlor Organs oofsiwses
beautiful and peculiarly soft tone. Tim Con
certo stop is, without (Ion lit . Hid best ever
I' placed in any organ. It Is prxduecil bynii ex
tra (ct of reeds, peculiarly voiced, from which
the elleet Is most charming, und its Imitation
of thcliumnu voice Is superb. For sweetnass
of tone andorchcstrial effects It tins iiooiiuiil,
-y. . Timet.
Tbe(!oncerto Parlor Organ is something en
tirely new; It is a beautiful parlor oriimuent,
possesses a sweet and powerful tone.ls a uio.t
coiiimcniliilile invention, und hold a high
place in public favor. A . 1'. Xmiluu 'out.
Tlio Waters' Concorto Parlor Organ. We
aroglad to chronicle any new thing, or any
Improvement upon uu old one, that lends to
popularize music by rendering its si tidy either
euiiier or more attract ive.- Hiinil Ktw- I'nrter.
Waters' newly Patented Concorto Parlor
Organ is a charming Instrument, wonderful lu
poiver, aud for sweetness, purity, softness and
strength of tono, we have never heard In
mnaXtThtlSxiinal, Biibulun.. i
'SOD Pianos and Organs now uid second-bund
nf first-class mnkors, will be sold lit LOW lilt
PRICES for cash, or on Installments, In city
or country, during th is financial crisis ami the
holiilriys,1y HORACE WALTEHS & SON.4KI
llroadwny, thau ever before otlered In New
York. Agents wanted to soli atkiik' Cele
brated Pianos, Concorto nnd Orchestral Or
gans, hlustraled Catalogues mulled. Oie.it
FnduconnU to the trado. A large discount
to Ministers, Churches, Sundny-Seliuols.ote.
THEME VI VA I II YifX A ND TUSK BOO
'J FOB THE 1 '
ENLARGED. Thlt little work contains
00 pages of choice Revival Hymns and
tunes for Prayer and social meetlng.Hiinduy-
Hciioois and congregations. Ainuiia um W1117
gems, we would nainu,! "Whore is Thy licl
uge, Poor Sinnorst" "I Will NovorCast Illm
Out," "O, Uo Saved,"lMAlinost Porsundcd,"
'Jesus Died to Have Mo,t' "I Love to toll the
Story," "Save, O .Isstii, Save," and -'.lestts
Nazareth l'oasea bv." Prfto, paper, SO conls.
mailed; fit per hundred; boards, S5 oouts,
mailed; 20 per bund red. PiNiliiihers, ,
UORAC13 WATElis ft BON .
n50-w. 481 Dron.wy, N. I.
rjVHE ROMANCE OF CURE! ;
The many evidences ot extraordinary cures
that are dully reported as effected through
Ready Relief And Porfcct Purgative Pills, In
written testimonials from nil parts of the
world, surpass In wonder the most extravagant
miracles of enchantment. Physicians and
mediciilr.ion In all countries pronounce these
wonderful remedies a mystery, that neither
Uieirscieneeot analysis or cbuniirn' sklllcnn
explain. True, those medicines elfeot tho
moat marvelous cures, and restore tho dying to
life, and relievo the most wretched pain-suffering
victim of his tortures, in from one to
twenty minutes, aud although they know some
of tho ingredients of their composition, and Dr.
Railway bits published their formula (with
holding only two newly discovered roots), still
Imth French, Gernisn, English and American
chomlHtsnnd pharmaceutists utterly fail with
the siiinu ingredients ns prepared by thorn. The
great success, which these wonderful reinodios
uro constantly achieving, lies in tho great se
cret of combining tho ingredients iogother,
iiflerexereiHing duo euro in selecting the pure
and genuine roots.
SARSAPARILLIAN RKSOLV UNT, READY
RE LIKE A RADWAY'S PILLS, are without
parallel in the History of Medicine, for there
nre some infirmities nnd diseases that are con
sidered as incurnblo, anil sure death. Yet the
most astounding cures have been made thro'
these remedies of some diseases that have nev
er been known to he cured bv medicine.
CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA, WHITE
SWELL! NO, Tumors in tho Womb, Stoninch,
Ovaries, liowels, Height's lliseaso of tlio Kld
noys that have been pronounced incurnblo,
Cancers, Ulcers, Swellings, Stone In the Blad
der, Calculous Coiioretions, U Icors and Sores of
the lloncs, Rickets so deeply seated Unit no
otbor medicines havo been known to reach,
havo been cured by the SARSAPARILLIAN
RESOLVENT, aided by tho READY RELIEF
Palsy, Paralysis, Dry Gangcne that threat
ens a living death daily rotting away of the
limbs and flesh Diabetes, Involuntary Dis
charge of Water, Fungi in the llluddor (the
Emperor Napoleon's disease), Torturing pains
when discharging mine, RHEUMATISM,
liOUT, NEURALGIA ouch nild every oneof
these complaints though but a few of the
many other diseases, Railway's Sarsaiinrlllinn
Resolvent has cured and Is daily curing In nil
parts of tho world.
In one word, any disease no matter under
what namo designated, that is nourished or
increased by bad, impure, depraved, weak,
thin, w atery or poisoned blood can bo cured
by RADWAY'S SARSAPARILLIAN RE
SOLVENT Dr. Railway & Co. havo never clulined ono
liundrelh part of tho curative virtues for their
remedies us isascribed to them by tho people
who have used them; for bear in mind, only
such diseases and complaints ns Dr. Railway,
after successful treatment with their remedies
knew they would cure, woro enumerated in
their curative list, so Hint many of the extraor
dinary cases thathavo beeu reported awaken
ed as much astonishment in the discorery of
their remedial agents as in those who hud been
rescued from death, und made whole and
As many persons discredited their extraor
dinary power, from tho fact of their disap
pointment in theiroof other advertised reme
dies -ii'i l s nun believed it impossible for
simple .'.ifdiciiii'H 1.,,'i'iti only from vegetable
substai. .fs ioiiis, i; i lis, &c should possess
such niiii veliii;s power. Yet they can readily
comprehend linn i lu simple grasses of the
Held, lifter t. in i. -r vnitirf the chemical proevss of
distillation d.'.;.i e i by nature in Ihucuwand
churn, furnish ". with butter certulnlv the
most abundant tut, calorie or hcutr-tiiukmg
bone, tissue, muscle, sinew and blond-iiiuking
constituents for the human body.
Hut when those people who'llrst doubt the
etlleacy of these remedies commence their use,
they become theirum-'. . .truest advocate.
THE ONLY SAKE & KURK REMEDY FOH
TAPE, PIN, & WORMS OF ALL WINDS.
Never has a medicine taken Internally, been
known lo have cured Tumors, either- of the
Womb, Uterus, Ovaries or Dowels; the knife
has been the sole reliance in the blinds of ex
perienced surgeons; but Dr. Railway's Sur
snparillinn settles this question. It lias cured
Tumor of la Years' Growth Cured
Had way's Resolvent.
11KVEBI.Y, M ASS., July IB, lSC'A,
, Da. Radwav: I hnvo had Ovarian Tumor
in Hie ovaries and bowels. All the doctors
said there was no help for It. I tried, every
thing thit was recommended, hut nothing
helped I saw your Resolvent and thought
I would fl y It, but inid no fuith in it, because
I lindsiilleredfoi-lilycars. 1 took nix bottles
of tho Resolvent, ono box of Radwav's Pills,
mid used two bottles of yourtteady Reliof.iind
there is not n sign of a tumor to bo see.u or
felt, and I feel bettor, smarter inid liimuier
than I havo for 13 years. The 7o t i or
was in tho left sido of tho bowels, over the
groin. I write this to you for the benelltof
odors. Y on can publish II if yon choose.
HANNAH P. KNAPP.
AN IMPORTANT LETTISH
Prom a prominent gentleman and resident of
Cincinnati, Ohio, ;()r the pust forty years well
known to tho ne wspaper publishers through
out tho Uuilei'.stntes:
NkwYouk, Oct. lllh, 1870.
Dn. Raivway Dear Sir: 1 nin Induced by a
sense of fluty lo the suffering to mnlcc a brief
statement of Hie working of your lnedieino on
myself: For several years I liuvoliccn alllict
cd with some trouble In the bladder and urin
ary organs, which some months ago culmina
ted in a most terribly nlllicting disease, which
the physicians all said was spasmodic stric
ture in tlio urcilia, .us also inlliunution of the
kidneys and bladder, and gavo it as their
opinion that my ago 73 years would prevent
iny ever (totting radically cured. I bail tried
a number of physicians, and liad taken i'mrttc
quantity of medicine, both nllopafnte anfl lio
iiitt'Opathic, but got no relief, I hail rend of
ii,..7.. i.. vi.. . i- commenced taking
tliem. In three days r 1.1,..,il. 1.(,ij1.Ver
and now feel us well i 0v,' r gKUll lUlevul'
!'" ..I AMKS. Clncliinntl. O.
Price ono dollu'
per bottle, hold by Drug-
Iv.lI at Dr. Railway's, No. as
Wftvroa. i-or.l llm.ullSt NiVi
T.ADWAY'S READY RELIEF! I
Cun-s tho womt Pains in from 1 to 50 mlnulesl
KWNOT ON K HOUR after reailing this
O'lveriisemeni neeu any ono sillier wuu pain.
Jl AD WAY'S READY RELIEF
Is a cure for every pain, It was the first nnd
is the only Pnin Remedy that instantly stops
the most excruciating pains, ullavs inflamnm
lions, and cures congestions, whether of the
Lungs, Stomach, Dowels or oilier glands and
organs, by one application, in from one to
twenly minutes. No inntler how violent or
excruciating the pnin, I he Rheumatic, bed
ridden, Inllrm, Crippled, Nervous, Neuralgic
or prostrated with disease may sillier,
IIADWA VS READY RELIEF
Will afford Instant onso:
Inllniniuntiou of tho Kidneys, Inllnminiitlnn of
tho llliiildcr, Inllnmmiition of tho Dowels,
Congestion of the Lungs, Sore Thront, Dllll
cult llreathlng. Palpitation of tho Hem t,IIys.
terle.s, Croup, DIptlieria, Catarrh, InllueiiKS,
ileaducho, Toothachu, Neuralgia, ltlieiiina
II. 111, Colds, Chills, Ague Chills.
The application of tho Heady Relief to tlio
hurt or parts whero the pain or uMIUculty ex
ists will afford ease aud comfort.
SO Drops in a half tumbler Water will,
in it fow minutes, cure Cramps, Spasms, Sour
Monurh, Heartburn. Sick Headache, Dinr
i ha'ii, Dysentery. Colic, Wind In tho Rowels,
and all Internal rains.
Trnvolors should itlwaj'S carry a. bottle of
iiiuiway-a ueiioi wuu tnein. a lew iiroiis 111
water will prevent sickness or pains from
chango of water. It is hotter than French
llritndy or Hitters as a stimulant
i'ever and Afrue cured for OO cents.
There is not a remedial agent In this world
that will cure Fever and Ague, nnd all that
Malarious, llilllous, Scarlet, Typhoid, Yellow
nml fithor V'OVorH tlllllftll bv RiuIwhv's PIUhi so
quick as Rudwnys Ready Relief. 0 cents per
uotiio. . ,.
PERFECT PURGATIVE PI I
Perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated, for the
euro or all disorders ni 1110 niomncii, i.iver,
llowols, Kidneys, llluddor, Nervous Diseases,
Headache, Constipation, Costivcnoss, Indigcs.
tion, Dyspepsia, ltillotisnoss, llllious Fever,
Inllaiiimiitlon of the Dowels, Piles and nil de
rangements of the Internal Vlsceru,warranted
li nli'ocl. a iiositlvo cure.
I'URKLY VEGETABLE. Containing no
Mercury, Minornis, or uuitwrioiuturngs,
fpwyOhservo the following syniploins re.
siilllng from diseases of the digestive organs
CoiiHllimtlon. Inward Piles, Fullness of tin
blood to tho Head, Acidity of the Stomach,
Nausea, lieariiiurii, uisgust ior 10011, ruu-
u 1.. ,I.a Ol. at.
Ilirsn Ul nuiKHV in mo tv ... n.w iiiiiii. ii.
Swimming of Die Head, Hurried and dillicult
Rrcathlng, Fluttering at the Heart, Choking
or Suffocating Sensations when In a lying Pos
ture, Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs beforo
the Sight, Fever and Dull Pain In tho Head,
Dellcioncv in Perspiration, Yellowness of tlis
Skin and Eyes. Pain In, tho Sido, Chest, Limbs
nnd Budilon Flushes of boat, I) hit lug In the
Flesh. A few noses 01 iiauway'i ruis will
free tlio system from u me above utsorilors,
Frio HB Conts per Boa,
R ADWAY CO., 81 Warren cor Chuvch St.
rt-jyRoad False and True, Bond one letter
stamp to Railway A Co., No. m Warron, cor.
unurcn oi., a. i, iniurmauon worm tuous
and will he sent you.
over twenty persons oi uvurinn cysts ami
Tumors, ns well as Tumors in tho liowels,
Uterus, Womb, Liver,. Dropsical Effusion,
Ascites, and Calculous Concretions.
uow.iiinniiiK nrra unving ueon mudo bvvour
remedies; and somo four months v u mid a
notice in the Plilliiilelphia riatur.i ,y ! Evening
Post of ii cure having been euV t,. on a nel
son who bnd loiig been siiilerl' a I bad been
I went right off and got s-,. ,..!i
7!""i"lV'1l,an..,J'0S"lvtf."b . iteadv Relief, and
A.T PANIC PRICISS.
Cenie anil cxainino tliem and satisfy yourself that I sellit the prices
I advertise. Having just received a
tho panic for cash, when cash whs
I Positively defy competition, and Challenge any
Merchant in Ohio
TH E OLD'
No Trouble to
Too Thin !"
It is trouble to show them, but wo cheerfully and will
he glad of the opportunity, for when you
seo my goods and prices, yon are
suro to buy.
WHEELER and WILSON Sewing Ma-
WJiicli I "Will Sell at
larPrice 8r OO. Warranted
Perfect in Every
Best Black mixed Waterproof,
Good " " .
Best Gold "
Good " " "
Good allWool Flannel, '. .
Best Brown Muslin, .....
" Prints, ... . .
" White Sugar,
" Brown '
STOVES, TIN-WARE, &C.
ID o age's 33 txllcllixg, MalnSt,
Would call s)et-ial attention to his
CONTINENTAL WOOD COOK,
THE OHLT BT07Z 1IAEI WITH
SLIDING OVEN DOORS.
Fatontei Feb. 3 and Sept, 21, 1869,
All the best patterns of
Coal Wtoves! Wood Wtoves! Cook Stoves!
Of every description, made of best quality of tin plate.
Glass-Ware ! Queens-Ware !
Coffee Mills! Spoons! Woodsa-ware !
Clothes Wringers, Meat Cuttsrs, Saa Irons and Stands,
still have a considerable stock of General Ilanhvare, which
I am closing out, regardless of COST !
tfgrStyouting, Hoofing, nnd Repairing done neatly ami cheaply!
flSy-Tin-wnro made for tho Wholesulo Trade tratlo at. low figures.
. tfOPCall and see how che.m I sell.
Di'C. H, 1873-tf.
S. C. SWIFT.
W. m m .mm
CTscful nnd Ornamental ArtlcloB!
For 25 Cts.
For 50 Cts.
For 75 Cts.
The Well Known "Prince
Teck" Scarf, in Choice
Shades for Gentle
men, 81 SO
Parlor Kaleidoscope, Glove and Handkerchief Setts,
Jewel Cases, Work Stands, French Gilt Call
Bells, Fancy Ink Stands, Fancy Boxes, -J
Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs
i - and Mufflers ! '
And many other articles of good vahio for salo at Retail, during tho rc
j mainder of tho present year. Prices marked
in Plain .Fiffurea. '- j f? ,
. S. C. Swift, 'v -
' . .CIIILL1C0THE, O.
Il mi il:;!
LARGE STOCK, bought during
to Compare Prices
Show Groods" is
SCOOO Each, Ilegn-
And every thing else in proportion.
JOHN W. WILCOX,
II AMD EN, OHIO.
unusually large and complete stock ol
.Articles, &q. I
Plated Gqo1s ! Table Cutlery !
J. S. 1IUIIN.
Dolls, Harps, Alligators,
Wallets, Unities, Puzzles,
II C lllocks, Velvet Hells,
Shell, Glass and Paper Fancy
Elegant Photogrnph Alliums,
Shell Savings Ilank, 1 hie Wax
Ilolls, Crystal Paper AVeiphts,
ISiifflisIt Pen Wipers, Shells of
Coral, Harps, Pungent,
Thread Cabinets, Watch Cases,
Adjustable Cor.d Hacks, Patent
Inkstands, Misses Extra Kid
Palm, and Cloth Gauntlets.