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i Hirara ef Bees Wrlk Hiving.
11 patient, B prayerful, B humble, B mild,
Jl Iuh t Solon, B mtk a a ohlld,
B studious, B thoughtful,.1 lovlag, B kind,
B sar jou make matter B subject to tnlnd.
B eaoUous, B prudent B truthful, aad true,
B eonrUou to all men. B friendly with few.
11 temperate In all things, B tare to ihun crime,
n eareiui or conduct, or money, or time.
B cheerful, B grateful, B hopeful always,
Bread for prayer, and te Juyfal inpreis,
Boourageoui, B liboral, B gentle, BJasit
B aspiring yet humble, for thou art but doit.
B penitent, clrcumspoet, round In the fallb,
B active, devoted, B faithful till death.
Bkoaest, B holy, tranipaient and pure;
B dependent on Chrlit, and of heaven B aire.
Whin Chrlit, among the toni of mm,
In bumble form wu found,
With cruel alandera fain aid rain,
lie wu noompaaied round.
The woei of men fata pity moved,
Their pi.co be till panned)
They rendered hatred forula love,
And avil for hi good.
Their malice raged without a came,
Yet with hit dylig breath,
He prayed for murderer! ea the eroii.
From the rich fsaataln of hit love,
What atreami of merey flowi
"Fat er, forgive them," Jesus c.Im,
"They know not what they do."
Let not thli bright example ehlno,
In vain before oar ye
Glre ai great Uod, a aoul like Bit,
To love our enemlee.
The re appearance in our market of
manufactured products from the t'outh
era States calls forth remark. It indi
cates that industry is reviving, and that
there is ground for hopo that with the
rehabitatlon of government there, pros
perity will also return. This iutelli
gence will bo received cverrwhoro in the
North with grat Ccation.
Before the civil war, considerable at
tention had been paid in the South to
manufacturing. The physical geogra
phy indicated that that part of the coun
try would at somo day rival 'cw Eng
land in that department of industry.
Tho numerous streams issuing from the
mountains extending from Pennsylva
nia to tho south-west furnish wuter pow
er to an unlimited extent. Every other
natural facility is possessed there in
In 18G0 there were 350 woolon mills
in tho Southern States, as follows: In
Maryland, 25; in Delaware, (J; in Vir
ginia, C9j in North Carolina, 22; in
South Carolina, 8; in Georgia, -3; in
Alabama, 15; in Mississippi, f; in Ar
kansas, 8; in Tennessee, 6'J; in Kentucky
92; in Missouri, 99. Capital invested,
2,801,825, wool manufactured, S.OUo,
522 pounds; value of annual product
In the manufacture of cotton good.-.,
there were 180 mills running in lSti'i;
in Delawaro, 11; in Maryland, 19, iu
Virginia, 13; in North Carolina, 3(i; in
South Carolina, 17; in Georgia, 32; in
Florida,!; in Alabama, 11, in Louisiana
2; in Texas, 1; in Mississippi, 4; in Ar
kansas, 1; in Tennessee, 25, in Missouti,
8; in Kentucky, f. Amount of capital
invested, 912,3C2,400; cotton manufact
ured, 55,367,122 pounds, value of raw
material, $7,223,859; value of annual
But these arc by no means the only
staplos which tho Southern States produ
ced in manufacturing. In steam ma
chinery their product was valued in
I860 at $7,620,407; their iron manufac
ture 95,486,158; lumber $4,830,122;
flour and meal $54,664, 32"i: leather
$6,906,601; and in the (our Slates ol
Virginia, Tennessee and Georgia, the
value of boots aud shoes manufactured
The total statistics of Southern manu
facture in I860, approximated the follow
ing aggregates: Number of manufact
uring establishments, 27,954; capital in
vested, $181,538,000, value of raw ma
terial, $158,065,000; help omployod,
168.038 males, and 34.418 females; an
nual produot, $238,138,000.
Those amounts show a flattering in
crease over tho returns of the census of
1850. The revival of manufacturing
will now iooreaso ut a groat ly accelerated
ratio. There will bo a groater demand
for labor and for tho products of manu
facture; and wo shall add in this connec
tion, that already the factories of the
South, many of them aro changing own
era. Northern men accustomed to the
business have gono South, ami will give a
new impetus. The field is large aud re
nunierative. The gineral desire of the
Southern men is, that more mechanics and
capitalists should cnlgrateto that part of
There is no good roason why the man
ufactures of the South should not in tho
futuro take a leading place among the
products of tho United States. It is an
event to bo desired Tho progtfBs of the
mechanical arts indicates the refinement
and culture of peoplo. The importance
tf tbeir further development in thoso
States where eivil war has had its ravaj.e
cannot be over-estimated; und wo hail with
pleasure the premise which Iiuh boon al
ru'idy afforded. Omniii rrio1 mid Finan
Five Mtm Killed.
Chicago, Dec. 26. A terrible
case of suffocation from gas oc
curred at the Bremen Hotel No,
137, Lake tired, on Saturday
hi, A, resulting in the death of five
men, and perhaps six. They all
slept in the same room, and it is
supposed that after retiring, the
cap of the aas pipe, which was
merely stuck on with vox, fell off,
allowing the gas, wider full press
ure, to enter the room.
Five of the men were dead yer
terdau morning. Another was
still alive but insensible.
Moaore.to the Flat.
Brigadier general G. A. De
Russey orders that all American
vessels, passenger and trading, en.
tering or leaving the port of Mobile,
are hereafter required to give the
customary salute to the National
Flag inpassing the different forts
and batteries in the harbor of Mo
bile. Captains and owners of ves
sels infringing upon this regulation
will be held to strict accountability.
IYnvigation of (he Missouri.
Some of our readers may have
forgotten a remarkable trip made
in 1869 by two steamboats sent out
by the American Fur Companyt
whi'.h traversed the Missouri river
from its mouth to Fcrt Benton, a
distance of 3,120 mil.s. Fort
Ben'on is within sixty miles of the
Colunbia river, nine hundred miles
above the mouth of the Yellow Stone
! and seven hundred miles further
than any steamboat had ever before
been. One of the boats left St.
Louis May 28, and returned Au
gust 16, performing a distance of
over 0,200 miles in seventy-vine
dag. St. Ijouis llcpullicait.
A Vienna paper announces that
at an early day the use of passports
will be abolished throughout Austria
There has been, since 1857, no visa
of passports necessary within the
empire, aud now it is to be dispen
sed with even at the frontiers.
With the nttv year Saxonu aboL
ishes passports, according to a trea
ty list February with Bavaria,
Hanover and Wurtemburg,
But. for the grasshopper plague,
Color do would this year have pro
duced its own supply of breadstuff's,
vegetables, and feed for stock. The
insects destroyed the crop totally in
many places, and injured it in all.
I The Maderia Wine crop, which
for ieneral years was destroyed by
a disease of the vines, is this year
a success. About 4,000 vines of
. a. .r
wine will be made, and the pros
pects of the next crop are even more
" want a sewing machine" said
an old lady, entering a shop. "Do
you wish for a machine with a fel
ler"? inquired the clerk. uSakes,
no; dorit want any of your fellers
Paddy's description of a fiddle
cannot be beat; "It was the shape of
a turkey and the size of a goose; ht
turned Hover on its belly and rub
bed its backbone with a stick, and
och, by St. Patrick, how it did
One thousand nine hundred and
forty two houses were pulled down
in Paris last year by order of the
Government, and three thousand
three hundred and fifty one new
houses were bunt.
Why is a husband like a Mis
sissippi steamboat? Because he
never knows when he may get a
General Shields has purchased a
home in Carrol County, Missouri,
aud nettled down in private life.
A LARGE STOCK OF
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES,
AMERICAN, MUClMSa AMD
or the'bmt makers,
Wholesale Sc. Retail.
No. 83 North Main 8tret,' St. Louli, Missouri
Decern W,l 2 lSfl.
Attorney at Lawt
Tnixton, Lincoln Coanty, Mo.
WILL practice In alt thelCourt of the third
Judicial Circuit. All builneisjentraited to
hli ears will bo promptly attended to.
Dee. H, 18o6. nl
JAMES A. WARD.
Physician Sc Surgeon.
OSes one loor North'of Hart and Stuart,
December 1, 1865. nl
.Attorney at Tn.w9
TROY, LINCOLN COUNT, 310.,
ORlco In (he Court Iloufc.
December 12, 18(5. nl
F. 1. WILLIAMS"'
Attorney a tJL aw
TRITXTOtt, .INCOLN COCNTT, MO.
117 ILL practice In all the Coutte of the third
VV Judloial Circntt, and 1
attention will bo given to a
to hie care
December 13, 18(15. nl
JAMES IU. ItlcLELIjAX,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, ANP
M I LIT A Y CLAIM
AU h.i 1 ,
TROY, Llucelu County, Mo.
Office in the Court
12, 1865. nl
j V T !
TIN WARE' ,
ia wv i-iia-
1KOY, MlbiJUUlH, i
TKUIS on hand, or will fill nil orders In hli
IViIdo on tlio flmrtcft notice. i
A good njiorlincnt of TlnwnrcalwnjfunliiinJ.
Mcmlihfr'Vtiil gutlcrlnpromtly utUndcd lo. j
live, ii, iooj. ni
BY vlrtuoofan order of nolo lueil from tho
County Court of ltnlU county, In tlin Huitoof
Mlisourl, 1 will, s Adiuinlftrntor f the eatato
ufJohn Owlnga, tlcci'uncd, offer at public solo, nt
tho door of tue Court lloute in. Ti
county MlMourl. on
Tttmlay, February 13, 18(30, ,
tho following dcicrlhcd undivided hnlf;bctng the
It toreit of .lohn Owing deceaied, In and to said
land, to wit i
Oao hundrod an 1 fifty-Are acroi and fifty-fire
hundredthi of nn aero, In Lot No. on north
west, aid weniuir soutb-weit, in aeotlon nil
)t) towniblp forty -nlno (49) range two (2) west.
Alto one hundred and fifty-nine aorei and
forty-one hundredths of an acre, eontb-weit
ectlon thirty-one (3t)',townsblp fifty '(SO) range
two (2) west; all In Lincoln county Missouri.
On one of these trao's of land thoro Is one
hundred aorcs under fence and a comfortable
Terror, 'cash In hand on tho day of sale.
E. D. MODISETT,
Adm'r. of estate of John Owlngs, dec,
December 12, 188 nl-dw
NOTICE Is hereby giren that letters of admin
istration on the estate of William Roper de
ceased, were granted to the nndcrtigned on tho
8th day of Norcmbor lr)6J by the County Court
of Montgomery county, Mo., All persons hiring
claims against said estate, are required to exhibit
them to me for allowance within one year from
me uaio oi sam letters, er tney may o precluded
from any benefit of such estate, and if not ex
hibited within three years from (he date off aid
loiters, aald claims shall be forerer barred.
bamuel b. HowiiiH, Administrator.
Deo. 19 1883. nl-ptw
NOTICE Is hereby given that letters of Ad
ministration on the estate al Geono 8.
Wright deoeased, were cranted to the under.
signed on the Slst day of Ootober 186.1, by thai
Clerk of tho County Court of Lincoln county.
ah persons naving oiairat against aald estate are
required to present them for allowano to the
Administrator within one year after the dateol
said letters, or they may be precluded from any
benefit ofsald estato; and If such claim be not
presented within three year from the date of I
saia letter tney win oe forever narre4.
THOMAS J. WRIGHT, Adm'r.
December 1, 180$. nlptw
rv OTIOS I hereby given that the undersigned
11 has taken out letters of administration on the
ettate ef Ambrose P Ramsoura deceased, bearing
date November SO 18SJ, and notice I given
to all Mnani hftvln nlftlma iMlmt !! mmtmtm
to present them legally authenticated for allow-1
ano within oneyearfrom the date ofsald letters
or they may be preeluded f-om any benefit of said
estate, and If not presested wlrhln three year
will be forerer barred.
SARAH RAM80CRS ,
Dec. 19 1841. nlptw Administratrix'
NOTICB Is hereby given to all persons Inlei
ested iii (he eilaleof Edward ita.llp demented
that th undersigned admlstrator of sjlde. ite, ,
will make final scettlemeat of .aid esUlo at tbe
next February term of the Lincoln county Court
lo be began and held in Troy on Tatiuay Febru-'
sry U 1808, being the econd Tuesday in sa'd
moath. ALEXANDER T. CUAMDEP.S. .
Dee. 19 I6C5. nt-6w
Final Settlement. i
NOTICE it beie'i.v ','vKo; I e n.n 1 1
ted that Ibe i .dc ,:;ued A'.iu'iil., nlo,- or'
ih estate of John Suhinnor, deic. iei', w..
maleatnal jll'eiasnt of his ttlmia'ni.a.'uj of
i.'deitaleal ibo next Febiu.'iy l-in i;' ,in
Co.iiCouUof Lmcol.i coiniv, m lil j. . , i.
b"'u niTioy oa TueiJ.iy the 1: i of l 'n ,
A dm' ,
Dcem'o r 12 ISCuSl ptiw
TUB WAT TO MAKE
IS TO USE
Applied In proper quantllln with Ingenuity,
Taste and Skill. '
The Uerald Oflre ia prepared to print
Bills, Curds, Circulars and
n the shortest notice and moit reasonable ferae.
EVERV 1SINESS DUN
Needs Nomeihiag In the way
J O PRINTING,
A Store Bill, a Card or Circular
U almoit Indispensable.
Who may feel cUepoeed to favor ui with
their patronage, may rait assured that no pains
snail be spared on our part to serve tneir intcroin
faithfully and promptly.
A thare of Public patronage la Most
Salr el Real Estate.
BY virtue of an order of the County Court
Lincoln Coontv. Missouri, at the Novein
Lincoln County, Missouri, at the Novembi-r
Term, ISM; I will roll at public auction, to the
uignesi Dinner, as me uourt Hume uonr, in i rny,
In ild county, on the go.'oud day of the Febru
ary Tcrtn nl raid County Court blng
Tinsthiy, February YM 18tirj,
the followlug de'crlbcd Real Ktte of Phllnri'lcr
....I... . .... r ... .1... ...
sola ut tirlvalovuntr.ict )
rt. . O.....I. P... ,.rA...l. n ... ....
I ti l'."-" IU -Willi .ii.-uuiii iivii, ;v
tlcn 2D. 'i.n.iihi! V.K rni'h"-- - Ka,f.
j 12 itetvi llm .utilli wen til'futiib Wc.'t, crtloii
2, tonntlili 49. runi' ienst.
I 42 iicrc The north wist of north oat. ctlui,
i 29, tiiv-iirl,li 49, range $ cH.
42 acre: The tiortb cut of north wwt, xcitlon
'"9. tuU'nliil 19. rnnsc2 tn;t.
4i iicreo 'flic north wl cfo'il!i r.vt,
lion Z, town?liii IV, ran i- Sum.
80 acrce TIio wont h.ilfof tiorlli fcllon
29; townfthlMOs inn,t '' east.
T1...O....UI,'.,..l, In !,.,.,! n.1 .... !..,! ....
a eredlt of ulno uiH'.ii: ilio pjicniKor tiv
bond with anprovcil Mcuiily fot- thu ihij Mint '.I
tho dclcmul iuicbniioiiiency.
of I'hllandvr Liiumii, Ice uJ.
Ue1 29 nl In.
THH ATI.NTtC JIOJiTHLV FOR IS3C
Tho Atlantic fur tin year Itilil will contntr. t' r
follonini; fwiinri - fxjiecial interest :
Pa-:ij.'t" tioiu ll.iwtliorne'ii itulry. llolng n
trnoif from tin- i;i(m ii of the lain Nathaniel '.law
thorne, licKlnnln Ht u period luimucllately tub
fcquint tnlil leaving Uollegc.
OrilBtli Haunt; or Jealousy. A now Novel, bj
Tho Chlnmey Corner. By Harriet llcecher
Ltowc. Mrs. Suwo will oonttnuoher admirable
papers npon dumestio and social topics.
Tho three ahore named features will bo contin
tlnuod throughout tho yoar. In addition to these
tho Magatlno will contain t
Stories by Bayard Taylor, tho first of which
a Russian Tale, entitled, "Beauty and tho Beast,'
will appear in January.
8torlea by Mrs. L. Maria Child, the trst of
which, entitled, "Poor Chloc," will be printed in
tto February number.
Dr. Johns. By Ik Marvel. The concluding
chapters of this Noral will exlond tome thrco or
four months Into the new year.
The last days of Waller Savago Landor. Con
taining a variety of interesting incidents and per
aonal remlnlsonees, by oaewLo knew blui.
Bestdea the foregoing articles, especially enu
merated, the Atlantic for 188S will rurnlsh Its
readers with Its usual rarlety of the best Essays,
Stories, Poems, etc. from Its unrivalled corps of
contributor, comprising many of the first Amer
The January number will oontain contribu
Henry W. Longtellow, the late Nathaniel
Hawthorno, Charlea Reade, Harriet Beecho
Stowe, J. T. Trowbridge, William Cullen Bry
ant, Bayard Taylor, Donald Q. Mitchell. Oail
Hamilton, the author of "Life in tho Irou Mill.',"
and other popular writers.
Ten (t.uO nor snnnm.
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r Manuruuture and fttrnisb
MACHINI AND HAND
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Mm, Rilts, Ciui, Cliuft, Siitlt, Ctlltji,
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lNi i..it.iM I riu.Mi1iiM.MiTK, M amount III "ll I
1 1 ' .J i i'liilii'Kiitanip) ul tliiirnKr ft In
I' i ! tiiiTll.'Mii'ul I'lioil llixlllnfi't juili.n i'"i
u,i,.,vi i'i ,1'iot i ! ilii'lr lilll tio'i ilir iinr I. ii.
l.i - nri ill' i:ii"i "I In tpe ur oilier man rf .si I
iui-i.v n i'i.o i.i.,. i ii ri.
Wu; i iinmli riodrotvperonlr of llu advir
tl,tiiuul i wiisu iutsvi.d lor ILiiu.
1 compound remedy, designed to be tha moat
effectual AUmlitt that can be made. It ia
coneentnted extract of Fan rtampuOla.
to combined with other mbttanc of atill
greater alterative power aa to afford aa tttte
Sire antidote for the diseaaes HaraaparUla to
retrated to'enre. It la bcllcTed that such
remedy U wanted by thoae who attffcr from
Strumous complaint, and that one which will
accomplish their cure muat nroro of immcnae
mice to thU large class ol our afflicted fellow
eltUeni. How completely thU compound will
do it has been proven by experiment nn many
of the worst cases to be found of the following
SCHOrVLA AND ScROrtllOUS CoMfLMKT,
KaurrioKs and Buurrtri Disxisxs Uloibj,
Pinplks, Blotch, Tumobs, Salt Riisum,
Sc.m.d Head, Svrmtts and SyruttiTio Ar
ricTioN, MencvniAbDisRAaK, DHorar, Hzv
BAtoiA on Tic Doolouhivx, Deiiilitit, Drs
rcrau and Indioestion, EarsirnLAs, Rosa
on Sr. Anthony's Fihi, and Indeed the whole
class of complaint arMnj from Impvuitv or
tub Blood. S
This compound will be found a great pro
moter of health, when taken In the spriii ', to
expel the foul humor which fitter in th.'
blood at that aenion of the year, lly the tiina.
ly expulsion of them many ranktini di-ordcrs
are nipped in the bud. Multitmlea can, by
tho aid of this remedy, spare thcmiclvcs from
the endurance of foul eruption: and ulceroui
sores, through which the aystcm will strive to
rid itself of corruptions, if not assisted to do
this through the natural vluumjls of tho body
by an alterative medicine. CLtuhu out the
vitiated blood whenever ju-t fln.l Its Impurities
bursting throiigrro nktu l:i pimplei, eruptions
or soren; cleanssVft when you ilnil It ij ob
structed and sluggish in tlii vtlmi d.ante it
whenever it ii foul, end your feelings will tell
you whon. Even where no particular dboul t
ts felt, peoplo enjoy better health, and livj
onger, for cleansing tbo blood. Keep th?
V!ood healthy, and all is well ; but with this
no'vulum of lif.' di'ord.ircA thero cau b nu
taitfng health. 8o)n-r cr later nomethiiii
must ni wrong, ami tlr; firm', inarliincry of
lif.1 Is iiwrderi'it or uvertliMwn. c'
Sa-mparilU lnii, nnd :loieiv:s mu'.li, the
rcputoVn of neeoniillJiina thie cn.l. Hut
the wo. Id ha i been cgrcglmi-ly deceived by
nrctiaratioiK of it. nartlv b.cause the ilrut
aione hit) nit nil the virtua that is rluiined
far it. hut more beniuio manv nrcDaration?.
pretending to b.1 ronftntvnteif extract of it,
contain but Iiin . of t:ie vivuij oi &arnpatuia
or nny thing f1n.
Duriiia late yo.iv the riuVilu Law been mii'
led Lv 1:iil'o Ii.,;. l.i i. tii( iniihn J to cive a nuirt
of Kitraetof SnritnpaiilU lor one dollar. Mo.t
ef thec liav: brtn liniiji upon the s'.cfc, fer
ajiey no: only contain it nay, sar-api-rilla,
but often uu curative iiiotieities hattv-
r. Ilenee. bitter mid tainl'.tl (li-jip;ointiiie:it
lixt followed the u-;c of tlie v.uiuu ixtracU of
Bat iripa, ilia IIim.I the inntct, imti! the
name itielf i ju .tly it ").iicl, nu 1 lint become
ynanymoui with iminilum Hi d cheat. H till
'.vv call thi coiipoii:iil Sur:i,iaiil!a, and intend
to stipuly atuli a r.iiiu.y m fliuil resetie th?
name from thu loa.l of ob'oruy which rest!
?ipoti it. And w tliiiik we Ii.ivj ground for
luiieviiw it lut :iti:. whi'.h I'.ie irresistible
by the uidiii'irv itm iii't'ie dUensesitii ::iti:id'
cd to cure. I.i oul.r to c.curo tlulr cmnphtc
cradivatioii from th. '.s-ui. the rcniidy !.tml.!
by !n(lit jmlv tjt. ui'-'9.J:nv; to directionj on
IS It. 3. C. A UI!t & CO.
Prlro, t.l ir ttotlle i :.Sx lloltU f-ir 03.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has wn:i fur itself t uch a renown for the euro of
every variety of 'l'h., Ml und Ii-.i Coinriliiint. that
it ii ciitirefy u.m J .ry f it in u recount the
jvidencc of iti ivtu -. .'Ii' fciir it hn been im
pl'irn). Ah It lui I'.' 'itm ia constant mo
throiwliuiit tliis Kcrlio'i, u l noUlo mure than
aaiure tho people its iinnlily 'rl up tii tho lest
it ever Ii Ihivs, Mid tli.it it . ' felled on to
do for tlia. tlic' all it h h ever o. ... found to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
sou . . ouas or
Cottbmti. Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Indignticm,
Dytentery, oaf Stomach, lliytipeltu, Headache,
Piltt, Rheumatism, Eruptiuni ami Skin Diteaiei,
lAter Complaint, Dropy, Tnlter, 'ftunori and
Salt niieum. Wo.nis, Gout, Xetmlgia, at
Dinner Pill, anil for Purifying the Blood.
They are sugar-coated, to thn th no it arnKt
tlvc can take them pleasantly, ah'i they are the
best aperient in the woi'.J for all (he purposes of a
Vrloo 85 eenti per Bos ; Tiv base for SI QC
Oieatnnmoera of Clergv men, rhystcinns, States
men, and eminent pcisonriKeit, have lent then
nanus to certify tho unpar illeld wcfiilness of these
remedies, but our space here nil! not permit the
Insertion of them. The Agents Iwiow named fur
nish Kratisniir Ambhioan Almanac, which they
aro given I witn also tun dearripl tne aoova
eomplainta, and the tr"tincui
mid be foU
loweu ior inoir cure.
Dn not be put off by un,irii
other preparations lh"y mi
Demand Avcu'n, nnd tiVo n
w.int tlie best aid there Is foi ll
All our tmMn at for ml
. i: ders with
ii pi oft on.
a I. ihcyshaaM
V ORE A-T
r Uw preMnt rgr, ttnrr Kijulrnt llirlr imst pop slsrll
ealy through yews of trial Unbound! aalbteUiiu
Is rcudsres by Ihi-m lu all cum.
wiu rosiT.Tar cess
vr Ceaptalnt, BjtiMpala. Jausdtee, Karma V.
Mllir. Diseases of the Xidatys,
sad all dlwasM ulilnx from dlsord.rad liver, it weak
sts of lb BtnuiAcU tud DlgMllfs Org us,
io viu rosmrsir rstvsirr
feufw nra, laiMi tmt, aim rtvu ah ahl
Iw our Alm-uac for rojf. Pares, "6 c.uts t llvtlle.
Holland's Balsamic Cordial
wiu rosmriir ccaa
Oosjas, Oella, er Eearstasss, BrtatMUs, latanal.
Onap, rasumosla, Iselrlcat Ceas"itb.
ad hss perform til Ike most wtunlsliliif cnmhiTlmW
COSriltMED COXSVMVTtUU. f
a CIaiiIiw.1 Cordkl Ui unequalled, FlsaTooratl
HMFLAKf't lEIfRAN Pill,
talu; we U known thrcnuhoBt Europe and America, a4
ao orameuditlon here. Thry an purely TCfrtatls ail
prried wltb gnat rsuctnrm, sad are eafar-cualod, K
belttr rathartlc Hit can le f.uud. raic U ctt. ct Ua,
These medlclars an prepared by Or. C. M. Jaciwv I
Co., I'hltadtliihla, Vx, aud w eeld ker orefirtiu th4
di-siers la UH-Jlduas cterywliere. Ihe ,iiatnrt of C. M
Jacsj:i will bo ou the oatiidd of tr uuttl. or Ui t
lu our "AvrytooVs Mmmae? sbtlui-4 aanaslly,
you win flsd testimony and -"n TrT lln from
Jfl parts of ttwrouDtry. MMN4rBMat4iflvoaainj
raarsjsi)M ". ....
Fover antf. Ague,
AejawTdcl- mankind suffer ovtr a Ure .art s
the globe, i the emissqueiies of a dseaaed. actios
aa the s s' a, Induoed by th potsooous m!um of
GBf. IBM MUM.MUU .IUIIIU U
stur bnt on wn mil ua ne wit
apor fromtt. WMlt th ran it Ulow
aWI. Man aaTaaai jajtTst Oh isa4kss SMaa..
fats, aad the vtm Is takea with It thrpugh th
saoga into th blood. Then It acta as an lniutlr
uTI UUI TBlfajor uauaafatf SJ saa at kU"
BOtSen on US mwraat ihrii hv ncnuai uxkkov
if th body. The Urer becomes torpid and fills to
secret not only this virus, bnt a)ao th Mis trorsi
Ik blood. ttv4r4andthMeeumoUt7
HonU disorder. The spleen, the kidneys, and ttt
omaca iTiapiuw "im w-www
TT" fM.,, IV. InMlnM Af M as
seudsm. at If in an attempt to expel th noxious
Vslraskw. concentrate th whole bbod f th bedy
ktbs latensl sxcretorles to force them to east it
st. The btood leaves thswrfaee, and rushes to
a . I t . . aJ MlAiaasu WawIaL
as eenerai organs wiiuotitcthtb iiuiousj. .uv
Is thsOatu. Bot la this effort It falls. Then the
. Ll.V. ,1,. MmJ I a a v.a K aA
tral organs and rashes to .the surface, a IfTti
another effort to expel the Irritating poison throuA
that other great eieretorylhe akin. In ta
also it fall, and th system abandons the sttsmpt
Wbtusted. and ratu for th reeovery of strengt
a a lv. . laulau a. AT. annlVii. rl.v. ThMA
an u flu or paroxysms of Fbvir and Aov
Such constitutional disorder will of courte udei
we nave ueorea to ana, oa wmaa,
Ayerfi Ague Cure,
which neutralise this malarious poison in thr
Moat, and atimulatea th liver to ex Del It tma tha
body. As It shonld, so It does cure this afllctlnt
disorder with perfect certainty. And it does more,
or rather doe what Is of 'nor service to thoae sub
ject to thla infection. If taken in ceason it expel
it from the system a it I absorbed, and thus keeps
inose wno use it irec rrora iu anacas i aeeps me
system in health although exposed to tho disease.
Consequently it not only cures, but protect from,
the great variety of afleetiona which are induced
by this malignant Influence, such as Remktenl
Fever, Chill Fever, Dumb, or Masked Ague,
Periodical Headache, or Billon Headache, Bilious
Fevers, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Gout, Bllndnena,
Toothache, Earache, Catarrh, Asthma, Palpita
tions, Painful Affection of th Spleen, Hysterics,
Colic, Paralysis, and Painful Affection of the
Stomach ana Bowels, all of which, when arising
from this cause, trill be found to assume more or
leu the Intermittent type. This " Aoui Coaa"
removes the cause of the derangement, and cure
This it aecompUabes by stimulating the exrrr
torles to expel tho virus from the system ; and
these organs by degrees become habited to do thla
their office of their own accord. Hence arises what
we terra acctSmtUation. Time may accomplish th
same end. but often life la not long enough, or 1.
sacrificed in the attempt, whllo this " Aouk Cun"
docs It at once, and with safety. We hare great
reason to belicvo this ia a aurcr aa well aa safer
remedy for tne whole class of diseases which us
ausca by the r,i-.irmatic infection, than any other
which has been discovered ; and it has still another
important advantage to the public, which is, that
s cheap as tvcll a good.
DR. J. O. AYER & CO,
Vucs One Dollau i eu Cunts.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
N won for Itself such a renown for the cure at
4vcry variety of Thmtt and Lung Complaint, that
it Is entirely uuiicccsnuiy for us to recount tho
vldcnro of its lirliies, whcrecr it ha been era
ployed. As it has long been in constant uio
throughout this section, we nrcd utt do more than,
aemue the people its quality in kc.t up to the best
it ever has lion, nnd that it iiim be relied nn tiv
do for their 'Uif nil It haj cur lu n found to tin.
r's Cathartic Fills,;
(SI ML THi PURPOSES Cf A PURCATtVX KtCICWl
to tub Ctmi or Utsi kmia t
Foji mi! Ct'HE or Ixuior-niofi i
For the Ci'ue or DtseNTanT;
Foil a Foix Stomach ;
Fob iup. Cuiie of EnuiniAS;
For the Piles ;
Fan tub Ct'as or ScuorviA i
Fob ah ficKoruLovs Couflaikts i
Fob thb Cube or ltiicrMATisMj
Fob Dheases or the Bkik i
Fan the Cure op Liver ConrtAwvj
Fob TU Cvn or Tetter, Tvkou akb Iau
JV 1 Cure or Ootn ,
Fob a Dinner Villi
Fob the Cvbe or Nei'bvoui
Fob Pi'HirriNo the Blood.
They are sugar-coated, so that the most an
tivc can take them pleasantly, and being purely
vegetable, no harm can arise from their use la aiuy
Fria ti OMts far w:Fivke for tLOfA
Great number of CUrgrmen, fhyslcisns, States,
men, and eminent personage, have lenx there
names to certify the unparalleled usefulness of these
remedies, hut our (pace hero will not permit th
Insertion of them. Tho Agents below named fur
nish gratis our American Almanac in which thry
are given ; with also full descriptions of tbe abo.s
complaints, and the treatment that ahould be for
lowed for their cure. ...
Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers wnh
ewer preparation wry mans more prom u.
aWVUjnill. D .-ipiw a.v vm...." " '
want tue rest aiatnersis wrutst,tMuiqra
SM our Beatdta are let sal
AasvartdllMAatMottSjtaskBaad. ' .
k acbe,PnpeBel vrrsr ana jasi
WIUOB 8 HUM mlranany m
ai.d karaslea twt tdftly Baakaaal kaJtMr rai
uaatioa. una iui a ao, "
.oka -wh , w amis c SBiife
-a s s. swiunt.'a Mia.vsrMttss la
as Mr 0WBarrasaa. tsrssiw
tmiMTXOH, aass4 wlU-oal a
n.asnwi. rain Mk ACDK.
BBASAcn, nrmu. m xmm,
Biinnu, un NDUin,
CostiTSnsss, BiMowsBi onralgU.
Onrtlnmaaa. HkMIH, VnmtUtuk I
B. lu VABHB8TOOX OO.
Imptrten & WholtuU Druggliti
w an mmm Wood ui 4th Its.
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