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J. W. HOUGHTON, Publisher. WTLIXOTOX. : : OHIO. YAKIETIES. The home stretch is best taken in the evening on the sofa. Old bachelors who think there isn't any fun in courting had better get a little gal-an-try. ...... One of the uses of adversity Helps to fill up the dictionary. Mervuen (Conn.) Recorder. The ayes of a majority always pnt the noes of the minority out of joint. Hackensack Republican. An Iowa farmer fired at a quail and shot a tramp. What Iowa wants is morequaiL Boston Post. ,, The older the tree, the more rings it has. It is very much the same with a city. Boston Traveler. Gail Hamilton thinks the only housework some girls do is when they begin to dost around after a bean. There be men who would willingly search the Scriptures if they thought they coold find anything to steal in Vt am Put yourself in his place when you go to rout a boy out of bed at six o'clock on a frosty morning. Free Press. Nothing so quickly dries a wom an's tears as a kiss. Progress. Do yon want to set all the girls to crying P Boston Pott. ' A Zulu girl isn't allowed to marry a man who doesn't own a cow. We suppose this is to indicate that she is bis bos HawkrKve. A thorough man of the world is one who can shake hands cordially with a friend whom he has just black-balled at a club. New Orleans Picayune. The New York Mail thinks that if those who over-eat, and those who half starve, were to strike a balance, the world would, be pretty well fed. " A Boston woman cut her dress from a pattern in a magazine dated 187S before she discovered that it wasn't 1879, and it toot three doctors to tide her over that long, lonely night. Fret Press. Little Willie "And were all the little birds drowned, mamma?" Mam ma (who had been telling the story of the Deluge) " In, all but those who were in the Ark." Willie " Then I think they were stupid; why didn't they get in a row on top of the Arkf' There would be fewer accidents in this world if men .would take their wives advice, for we never yet heard of a man's head being blown off with a shot-gun or his -being run over by the cars, but when his wife said- she had often told him to keep away from the rauroaa trace: or never touch a gun.' Ia one of Chicago's suburbs, at a recent Sunday School meeting, a lone winded clergyman consumed too much of the time with a wordy address. When he sat down, the leader of the meeting announced a hymn one by Bliss beginning . " Halleluja! 'tis doner He didn't mean it, but it was apropos. r,. . A Spanish proverb. Bays: "The road of By-and-By leads to the Town of Never. Baltimore News. That's noth ing. If the proverb had said; "The songof the Sweet-By-and-By leads to the Town of Hardly Ever," we'd have hoisted the yellow fever flag. H. T. Express. Ole Bull plays upon a violin 316 years old. If yon should hear the young man who lives next door to you get hold of it, you would think it was 800 years old, and had lost its voice in a series of complicated troubles when it was only seven years of young. Hawk. Eye-' , . A scientific journal states that " gold is unaffected by atmospheric ac tion or influences." We are glad to learn that there is something that doesn't touch it or grab at it. There are enough other things that do affect it, without having the atmosphere get at ML Hawk-Eye. When a boy on his way to the Sun day School loses the nickle he has been carrying for the missionary box, he is . torn with agonizing remorse because .he didn't spend it for peanuts before it was wasted. - If sorrow for the de frauded heathen factors in his agony ne isn't aware ot it. MawK-Jtye. The Norristown Herald wisely says: " Miss Miller, of Ferris, Texas, chloroformed her father's dogs and eloped with a young man whom her lather bad forbidden the premises. The probabilities are that about a year hence she will conclude that her life would have been less miserable if she had chloroformed the young man and eloped with her lather s dogs." The editor of the Fort Plain Beats ter has his office and residence con nected by telephone. Yesterday Mr. Skidd, of Little Falls, an old friend. called on the editor and expected to re main lor dinner. 1 ne editor hurried to the telephone and shouted to his wife: Mr. Skidd will be up with me to din ner, lay an extra plate." ' Now," said the editor, "Mr. Skidd, yon may con verse with her." As the gentleman was about to approach the instrument these words were plainly heard: " lou tell Mr. Skidd we don't keep a hotel on wash day.' Mr. Skidd excused him self for a few moments, and was next seen eating fried clams in the Rainbow saloon on the corner. Amsterdam Re corder. - - AerenaaUe Adrentarea, The mystery surrounding the fate of xroiessor w ise,who is now King beneath . the cold waters of . Lake Michigan, or . amid the wastes of the Northern pineries, ' renders grimly attractive all reminis cences oi wild and terrible experiences - that have heretofore befallen voyages in the air. The sad story of Donaldson and Grim wood, so familiar and yet so AVlKUbWU, una ICUTnjf null the horrible particulars of any balloon disaster from that first one of history when D. Rosier in June, 1785, -was borne in a burning car across the En glish Channel and dashed to the ground from a height of 3,000 feet to the suf- locaaon oi mr. unamDera Dy escaping gas when high above the city of Now .tingham, have been carefully and moat minutely drawn out ot their historical hiding places. The natural impression created bv this feeding on the dark side of aeronautic history is that it is a rec ord of .sheer disaster, when the actual fact is that during the hundred years of experimenting in air travel not' over fifteen deaths have oc curred as the result of rash en deavors. : Some years ago Monck Ma son, in his "Aeronantioa," compiled painstakingly all the names of persons who had made ascents, and ascertained that only nine out of 471 adventurers had been killed, while against these nine deaths were arrayed the benefits of science and the advances made to ward the time when the rapid transit by air would be a glad actuality. It must be confessed that this last argu ment possessed little weight when it is remembered that the aeronaut of to-day is as far from holding any control over the direction of the air-ship as was Montgolfier in 1783. The accidents to Donaldson, and, indeed, to Wise, would refute all such claims. It is within the power of the aeronaut to ascend to the utmost height to which human exist ence is possible; but when he desires to move in a horizontal direction, he is for the most part like a rudderless ship at the mercy of the winds and waves. The balloonist, it has been found, after hundreds of vain trials for the contrary, may start from a given point and trav erse the segment of a circle, or describe the most eccentric course, and after hours of aerial navigation, be as far, or, more likely, ten times farther from the proposed goal than when he started. All that science and common sense have been able to learn about bal loon navigation " during the past ten decades is that the balloon usually mounts in an oblique direction under the combined influence of the vertical ascensional force and the direction of the wind; it ceases to ascend as soon as the density of the air is the same as it self, and ballast must be changed; when it strikes a current, or rather is struck by a current, farewell to control and probably welcome to the impetus of a rushing tornado. The last sen tence contains all the benefits definitely conferred upon the believers in air transit. The chief benefits derived from balloon experiments have been in the well known facilities for war mes sages, as best demonstrated in the Franco-Prussian struggle, and in the splendid opportunities given to science for investigating the elements and the components around the earth. Tho ostensible objects of the journey under taken by Professor Wise from St. Louis recently was to determine upon the quantity of ozone in certain currents encircling the globe; and it was for a similar purpose that in Juno, 1859, he entered upon an ascension that was in all likelihood the longest ever experi enced by an aeronaut. Leaving St. Louis he was swept by a strong current that grappled his car over a distance of 1,150 miles, and landed in Jefferson County, New York. He had always spoken of the journey as the most exciting of any of the 160 of his life in the upper regions. The celebrated French chem ist. Gay. Lussac, in 1804, reached the wonderful height of 23,040 feet, and carried up with him the necessary means for a scientific study of the char acter and properties of the atmosphere. So great was the tenuity of the air in the elevated region that Lussac snfiered intense agonies and narrowly escaped with his life. The injuries inflicted upon his system by the rasping atmos phere rendered him a confirmed in valid; he ascertained the courses of some previously unknown currents and enjoyed the distinction during his days of having floated higher in the stream of air about the earth than any other man. Until as late as bept. 6, 1862, the height reached by Lussac was the most extreme ever attained by man, but at the mentioned time an English man named Glalsher succeeded in soar ing in a balloon to the vast height of about seven miles. The peculiar sufferings and strange experiences of this noted ascent are worthy of an account in detail. The inflation took place in the vicinity of Liondon Bridge. Accompanying uiaisn- er was one CoiwelL Until the fifth mile was passed the ascent differed lit tle from the customary experience of the aeronaut, and all observations had been easily taken. Shortly after the beginning of the sixth mile, however, Glaisher found that he could not see the column of mercury in the wet bulb thermometer, and soon the hands on his watch be came indistinguishable. He called to Coxwell to: help him read the instru ments, saying that he experienced diffi culty in seeing. The barometer was observed to be ten mcnea and sun de creasing fast; its true . reading was therefore nine and three-fourths inches, implying a height of 29,000 feet. Mr. Glaisher had rested one of his arms on a table in the car, but on trying to use it at the time of the observation he found ' it powerless. ' He then tried to shake himself, but it seemed as though he was jostling a shapeless piece of matter. Relating his experience before a Brit ish Association in 1862, Mr. Glaisher graphically said: I seemed to have no limbs. I then looked at the barom eter, and while doing so my head fell on my left shoulder. I struggled and shook my body again, but could not move my arms, i got my bead up right, but for an instant only, when it leu on mv rient shoulder and then 1 fell backward, my back resting against the side oi the car, and my head on its edge; in this position my eyes were di rected toward Coxwell, in the ring. When i snooKmy body 1 seemed to have full power over the muscles of the back and considerable power over those of the neck; but none over either my arms or legs. As in the case of the arms, all muscular power was lost in an instant from my back and neck. 1 dimly saw Mr. Coxwell in the ring and endeavored to speak but could not; when in an instant intense black dark ness came. The obtio nerve finally lost power suddenly. I was still conscious, with as active a brain as - at the present moment. I thought 1 had been seized with asphyx ia, and that I should experience no more, as death would come unless we speedily descended; other thoughts were actively entering my mind when suddenly I became unconscious as one going to sleep. I can not tell anything of the sense of hearing; the perfect still ness and silence of the regions six miles from the earth (and at this time we were between six and seven miles from the earth) is such that no sound reach es the ear. While powerless I heard the words temperature' and observation, and anew Air. fjoxweil was in the car speaking to me and en deavoring to rouse me: therefore con sciousness and hearing had returned. I then heard him speak more emphati cally, but I could not see . or speak or move. 1 heard him again say, 'Do try now do. Then I saw the instruments dimly, then Mr. Coxwell. and very shortly saw clearly. 1 arose in my seat and looked around as though waking from sleep, though not refreshed, and said to Mr. Coxwell: I have been in sensible. He said: You have; and I, too, very nearly. I then drew up my legs, which had been extended before me, and took a pencil in my hands, to begin observations. Mr. Coxwell told " - . ... .... me that he had lost the use oi his hands. which were black, and I poured brandy over them. According to my observa tions, three or four minutes were occu pied from the time of my hearing the words temperature and observation, till I began to observe. If so. I was seven minutes totally insensible." The observation book of Mr. Glaisher showed that his last observation before growing insensible was made at 29,000 leet, and that at that time the balloon was ascending at the rate of 1,000 feet Eer minute; and that when he resumed is observation it was descending at the rate of 2,000 feet per minute; the interval being thirteen minutes. This gives 36,000 or 37,000 feet for the great est altitude attained. Two other series of considerations led to the latter height and there can be no doubt that the great height of 37,000 feet or seven miles, was reached on the occasion, causing the trip to be rightly called one of the most marked exoursiens in a balloon. Such was the condition of the atmosphere at the height of 37.000 feet that the water in the vessel sup plying the bulb thermometer became a solid mass of ice. The escape from death of the two adventurers was due to Mr. Coxwell, who perceiving that his comrade was insensible, became anxious to open the valve, and seized the cord with his teeth, dipping his head two or three times until the balloon began to descend. As early as 1572, Galien of Avignon wrote on aeroatotion, but it was not until 1767 that Dr. Black discovered that a thin envelope filled with gas of hydro- fen was light enough to ascend with a urden. It was nearly a score of years later than this when the first ascent was successful. Two brothers, Stephen and Joseph Montgolfier, paper manu facturers, near Lyons, France, in June, 1783, caused a captive balloon to mount into the air to a height of over 2,000 yards by heating the air contained in the balloon by means of a hre in its open mouth. Nov. 21, 1783, Pilatre de Rosier and the Marquis d'Arlandes ascended in a balloon of this nature. gaining a height of 3,000 feet and land ing nearly six miles trum wuero mcjr arose. During the same year, and on Dec 1, two men, M. M. "Charles and Robert, ascended in a balloon inflated with hydrogen gas, alighting in an hour and three-quarters at a spot twen ty-five miles from Paris, whence they had started, and attained an elevation of about 9,700 feet The death of De Rosier and Romain occurred two years later, and from that date was the beginning of the many hazardous undertakings in the air, the last known of which is the Wise disap arance. Cincinnati Times. Wanders ef the Monads. Dr. F. Stinson writes as follows to the Evansville Journal: Below I give the result of an archaeo logical search made during a two weeks' rambling through the hills and valleys of Perry County, Indiana, and Breckin ridge County, Kentucky: First, I found in the bend of what is called Polk's bottom and Tobin's Point, fire-pits, quite a number, at an average derjth ol ten leet below the snrfaoa. in these pits were ashes.- fire-coals, arrow-1 i r .... m i neaas ana stone axes, in one air. -to-t in found a tanner's fleshing knife and two pieces of French silver coin, only dating back a little over a hundred years, showing about what date these n re-places were last used, and that ten feet of solid dirt had formed on the top of them in less than one hundred years. On the surface, above the pits or fire places, there were abundant signs of camping-grounds, covered over with flints, mussel shells, etc Great quan tities of arrow heads have been found on the surface all over this bend. I next went in company with James J. Wheel er to what is known as Cedar Lick cave. Situated four miles north of Rome, Spencer County. Here we found the aborigines had occupied this cave or rock house as a dwelling for perhaps centuries, for we found ashes and burnt earth, for some three feet deep, all over the bottom of this cave, which was thirty by forty feet. Buried in these ashes had been found human skeletons. with arrow heads, axes and fragments of flint. Some hundred and fifty yards from this rock house we found two holes drilled in sandstone, eight inches in di ameter at the top, tapering to the bot tom, twenty-two inches deep. These are called mortars, and, by-the-by. I learned of some seventy-five of these mortars in Breckenridge County, Ken tucky, all about the same pattern. In some of these mortars were found bowl ders, but nowhere were pestles found that could have been used for pounding corn in these mortars. I next visited a cave situated about two miles north of Hardensburg, Breckenridge County, Kentucky, on Harden's creek. This care, or rock heuse was forty by twen ty leet in diameter. Air. 11- Clay J oily dug into this cave in the year 1872, when ho found eleven and a half feet of ashes all over the bot tom. In the center and at the bottom was an altar built of sand stoned based upon a stool of sandstone. The altar was twenty-six by twenty-three inches in diameter, thirty-four inches high, concave on the top, and filled with ashes and fire-coals. On two sides of this altar lay a tier of human skeletons ten in each row. Then on top of each tier lay another one, with some ten inches of ashes between, until there were eleven and one-half feet of skeletons and ashes in depth, covering the top of the altar with ashes some seven feet supposed to be about fifty skeletons in all and seven thousand lour hundred bushels of ashes. Upon or over the cranium ef each of these skeletons lav a flat rock, each skeleton showing signs of having been burned about the waist ociore inter ment. With the exception of those burned portions the skeletons were re markably well preserved, ashes and saltpetre preserving them their teeth round and entire, all of the incissors pointed or serrated. At the lower part of the chest were numerous relics, most of which were ornaments composed of cannel coal, shell and stone. By the side of each of these skulls was found a wisp of hair or queue some twelve inches long, tied in three places. Then, commingled with the ashes and skele tons, were found great quantities of relics, such as flints, arrow-heads, axes, scrapers, pelters and knives some of which I procured from Mr. Jolly, and brought home with me. Tnis wonderful development in this cave is very peculiar, and as yet with out a parallel. Hence, it is very inter esting to the archaeologist and scientist. With the above before me I arrive at the conclusion that the customs and habits of the aborigine of America are hard to find out, and are calculated to puzzle the brain of the most eminent archaeologist or ethnologist; that it is very difficult to designate between the so-called mound-builders and Indirns of the eighteenth century. Strange Salclde ef a Russian Lady. Moscow society would appear to be just now considerably exercised by the suicide of one of its brightest orna ments, the young and lovely Countess Tera Kofch'eleff, who a short time ago suddenly disappeared from her palace in the old Russian capital, only two days after - her solemn betrothal to Count Heimann, which had been cele brated with festive rejoicings upon an unusually magnificent scale. No one could imagine whither she had gone until her steward received a letter from her written at her chateau in the Cri mea, wherein she informed him that " she was going to bathe in the river running through her estate, and should not return alive from her bath." She also described the exact spot near which her body would be found in the water. Search was of course made with all possible promptitude; and it resulted in the discovery of the beautiful young Countess corpse sewn up in a large straw sack and sunk in the river. The seams were found to be in the interior of the sack, proving that Vera Kofche leff had deliberately sown herself up in the sack on the river bank and then cast herself into the stream. In another letter, addressed to one of her uncles. and received by him some time after her death, she gave as her reason lor enclosing herself in a sack previously to drowning herself, her extreme fear ox crawfish and water beetles, lew stranger and more fantastic suicides have been recorded even in Russian annals of self-destruction, which are exceptionally rich in grisly stories of this particular description. Rankin, the Scent. Rankin, the scout, who rode out of Payne's lines and carried to Rawlins the intelligence of the plight of what was left of - Thorn burgh s command, made a great ride, making 160 miles in twenty-four hours. In other countries this teat would have made a great noise, as it exceeds the correspondent Forbes' ride from the battle field with the news of the British success at Ulundi. He rode from nine p. m. one day until five p. m. on the next, and made HO miles, Ilia ride was in six stages, and at each stage he obtained a fresh horse and re-1 f reshments and cheer for himself. He had guides and n escort part of the way, and he followed across the coun try the trail which had been made by an advancing army of 6,000 men and the innumerable ox carts which carried the supplies of that army. Feats of horsemanship and endurance, in which great distance is made in a. short time, and in which the rider's life is never for a moment guaranteed against the shot of some lurking savage these are the staples of which the life of a scout in the Indian country is made up. In August, 1868, Buffalo Bill rode in twelve hours from Fort Larned to Fort Zarab and back, sixty-five miles; in the succeeding twelve hours he carried dis patches to General Sheridan from Fort Larned to Fort Hays, sixty-five miles. 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A ladv aavs: ' HBTliiir contracted the morphine bablt. talten for neuralKis, I usedetjtht bottles and am freedfrom both. riuthlngUkeit for old people. The best and safest snhstltuU) forsoothlng syrupln tbewnrld as Itenntalnsnooplum. W. Ia Mutt, Bacsaue Master, Pnlou Depot, says: It will currant sus on suri toAo is c 9iuv to tmnJt ij k axuus leas All flrst-lsas 1)1 mnitsU keep It. Dr'tbt put of Milk anything alas. Kenton's Nerve Tonic Is mv you mml. m Bout prepaid to any adurea on receipt oi P?; . nmii inn ail uiueis to LSCXK0 HAGITETTC KEBICnTE CO., lO JIamat a., t lsreload, O DO YOU Wsnt a FARM or HOME ot lOUKOWX, with plenty, sna to snare In your old ageT THK ST. LODIS. ffiON MOUBTAIK & SO. 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We wUl pay Aran a Salary er tlOO per month sad mansea. or allow a large eonuniaslon, to sell our dm BaaaO OTlaUIMaitU lUTVtlU'iiiai wr c sn wv " atanvaTaddraasSHiatatAaacOuMsrshalLl say. Sato L Allah, H n(J M CRACKLINGS Ta 11 Wanted In any quantity. Highest XJU cash prices paid. HACI.H aal M sola Fkiimdoinbi... rm. booseys m W ax. A rOJD a CO, L allow fo.aa CHKA MrSIC AST TIM HAM) KNTS. Ad. ntalisraca. are, 51. Y. an anna n 1 a. n,wMata..s Mw.wse S S fl nt h. hM imti tvutaM mi tinll.li wllb Hit llllal Tl lr.afvSudlviatAtpror.ta toitastasiiaiallMt. ctfetusr. wits tail a- taeaaMM. sow au eoa mm " uwaaaoa t ax, si s7a.w lark. A YEAR easy made In each montv. Oood Biwjitnean men and agents. B.CHAraA.M WisW. Malum, lod YOUNG MAS a Bend for Grand Rapttla, stlch-. Business col lege J our- superus nuvauun.es given. 9C la fill perday at borne. Samples worth S3 1 sxUtMtos Apparatus used t IAS inraUds CHEAPEST BOOK jtudosa a-taaT Batnalfl ay X. m . -Sara aasi aaaatiaasi AT wenw- sot to one address for rtfty Cents. Ordoravm auclosa tuiny c Mob this nanae and address X VEGETIME WILL CURE RHEUUATISM. MB, AlitreRT CROOKER the well-known Snurstsi and Apothecary, of Sprlngvale, He, always advixe evvj ooe u-ouDiea wilh iuieumausui to try tjHisiiaiufa Read His Statement s SrsDiuTALl, MX, Oct 1 1879. Jdk, H. R. Bis?bs: Dear Sir Fliteen years ago last fall I was taken sick with rheumatism, waa nnable to move until tbe next April. From that time unUl three years ago tht. fall I suffered everything with rbenmaUsm. Sometimes there would be weeks ataumo that ieould not step one step; these attacks were quite often. I suffered every thing that a man could. Over three years ago last spring I commenced taking Vaetrma and followed It np until I had uken seven bottles: bava had no rheuma tism since that time. I always advise every one that la troubled wltn rheumatism to try Vihitim. and not user for years aa I bars done. This statement ta STa tultoua a tar as Mr. .Htevena is concerned. Yours, eta ALBKBT OROOKER, yirm of A. Croofcer a Co, Druggists and Apothaearlsa VEGETINE HAS ENTIRELY CURED ME. - - BOffTOH, , 1870a Drar SirMy daughter, after hartne s severe attack of Wtoooplnv Cough, was left In a feeble state of healta. Belnv advised by a friend she tried tbe Tsoktinr. sod alter uslnc a few bottles was folly restored to healta. 1 hare oeen a great sutrerer from Kheum&tl&m. I bare taken several bottles of tbe YmarrNB for this complaint, and am happy to siy It has entirely eared me. I have ncomraenUed tbe Vrqktins. to othem with the same rood results. It Is a treat cleanser and purt flerof tbe blood: ttispleasaos to tat and I can cheer fully recommend it. JAMSS MOBS 864 -ItbeM ttreet TlW1rrm,, says a Boston phyBl'laa, has do etraal aa a blood partner. Hearing; of Its many wonderful ctirea, after all other remedies bad failed. 1 visited tbe laboratory and convinced myself of Its Kenulne merit. It is prepared from barks, roots and Derbs, each of which Is Mihly effective, and they are Compounded in nucA a as to produce astnfi It bins; imuJii VEGETINE PREPARED BY H. B. STEYENS, Boston, Mass. Yegetine is Sold by All Druggists. re cm re re i ithrmrrlv V. Vraig't Aufney Cure.) A Tegetable preparation and the analy -are enedT in the world for Brlgat'a IHsce, Habete. aatel All Kidney, Unr, susal I rlnnrr Dlaeaara. - - neTestimoniulsof the highest order In proof of t hese statements. asr-Fnr tbe cure of Diabetes, call for War wer'a Mafe Diabetew wjre. sr For the cure or Hrla-nt and the otber diseases, call for Wawaser'a SMtCa si Idwey auad Lives Csirw. Jgt-9WARNER'S Safe Remedies are old by Druggists and Dealers in Medicine every where. H.H. Warner & Co. 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Hero chemical Col, Cleveland, (. ni.C OD 744-N wmk.t frjgiri'wo m ADraarisaaa ptrnmm say wast SMtwr f eTrerffseKMeMS f m tMm jMer. Aifrrrffffr litem tm sssw rlbeis atasl eraei-a tMsats- -dataes's'.aea.cisSa ar. wwiriata aaa. . as- TADK MA10C. To those tirel of Inkinp mertieine we desire to ssr that m svtteni of it?meli.ii mechanical movements has . been tliscorered tlinl generates and transmits to the svsteni elec.tricttv ineclinnicnl forcewhich is there transforme.1 inlo'vilnl enenrv and physical power or atrength. In tiiii siv I lie sirength ot the patient ia ratitily built up. Hi svsicm receiving; positive supplies of MrcnRih from iicxli:iiisialilo sources. No other i metlMHl of irentmcnt known to medical science can ac- " complif h Ihi ro-ull, :r lley arc nil ilepemient upon the . uhyical Mitrer or strength pciier.itcd n ithin the system, wh'icli mcilicines may it.iiio e but cannot increase e ci'pt in a verv limited ileRice. Tliis system of treatment hn imven wonderftdiTgde ressfill in curing; liemveiiin. Anlcvcrsion, and Fall ing of tlie Uterus, or Female Weakness," in curing; l'arnlysis, Neuralia. .Swelling, Xiimors, Sliff I.imbs, Ncrvons Debility, slceiilessuess, ami most Chronic AU cases of Onsiipalion are promptly relieved br s Tery few applications, and the result is ermnnent. No patient who can sit up ten minutes at a time is too weak to have this treatment appliol. The applications aro alwaya entirely unobjectionable, lieing; alwaya made through the clothing;. Lady patients should bring with them a loose "wrapper," or moming-gown." Send stamp for pamphlet en.-itled -"Motion aa a Remedial t." Address. WOM.D'8 DWPBNSABT AlaOICAI. Association, Buffalo, N. Y. Hotel. IN THE WORLD! Containing SO.oooWonne. DOrBI.K- rOLl JI.1 I'AI.K-;, aod lUu-tiatX with Engravings. Ortlioa;- rapny, rronanrlallon, aud ing to tlie beat English and American Lexlcca raiihers. Very hand somely bound In ('lata and -H. sent Free to every readier of this advenisement uKn ro eelpt of so cent to pay pmtaKe and other ex pensea. 1 bis great orrr Is eond f.ir fMl dan HflMI SB! sccunl- only, and Is made solely for tbe purrane of Introduction. But two Dictionaries will b tuirly cents In currency or pontage stamps, and men SDR. CLARK JOHNSON'S Indian Blood Syrup. IABORATORYa. 77 7. 3d St., Hew York City. lATa Or JXBSXT CTTT. Tbe Best Remedy Known to Han! Dr. Clark Johnson baring associated himself with If r. Edwin Eastman, an escaped captive, long a slave ta Wakametkla. tlie medicine man of the Comancbee, ts now prepared to lend his aid In the Introduction of the wonderful remedy of that tribe. The experience of Mr. Eastman being similar to that of Mrs. Cbas. Jones aud son, ot Washington County. Iowa, an account of whose sufferings were tbrllllngly narrated in the .Vns l ort Hrrala of Dee. 15th, 1878, the tacts ot which are so widely known, and so nearly parallel, that but little mention of Mr. Eastman's ex- Eriences will be given here, rbey are, however, pun ned In a neat volume of 800 pages, end tied -Seven and Nine fears Among the Comancbes and Apaches," of which mention will be made hereafter. Suffice It ta say that for several years Mr. Eastman, while a captive, was compelled to gather the roots, gums, barks, herbs and berries of which Wakametkls's medicine was made, and a still prepared to provide tbe bams ma terials for tbe successful introduction of the medicine to the world ; and assures the public that the remedy Is the same now as when Wakametkla compelled bin ta max it. Wakametkla, the Medicine Man. Kothlnc baa been added to the medicine and riotrimg bss been taken away. It Is without doubt theBssT Pn iinti of tbe Blood and BDUWtt ot the Straus evs Known to man. Tola Syrup poasissia varied laupettlas. . t aeta mrm the Xilver. t aeta spsa the Kldarys. It rrgalste. tke Bawrela. It puriUea tke Bloast. It qwlets the Neirsas ajataaa. 1 nrawatM Dlarewtlara. It Soarlakea. ntremgtMemm am XsrglC- train, . it eai-rlea anT She aid aiaatt aaa It eseas the pores at the alUx, aatA tav 4wee Uealthx w-eraplrattesu It neutral lata tbe hereditary taint er votsan ta the blood, which generate Scrofula, Eryslpelaa and ail Banner oi asm uisesses ana internal nutaora. There are no spirits emoloved In Its manufacture. It can be taken by the most delicate babe, or by toe atreu anu iosimd, cure tmig netng reguwea sa II 1 1 finw ayavscuoaa, Edwin Eastman in Indian Costume. SSTIIW AVO NlN YXAtS AMOK TBS COMaNCBSS ANB Araciixa, A neat volume of 800 pagea, being a simple statement of tbe horrible facts connected with the sad massacre of a helpless family, and the captivity, tortures and ultimate escape of Its two suniTiog members, JTor sale by our acanta gen erally Irlee. tl.oa . The Incidents of the maasacre, briefly narrated, ara distributed by agents. frk of charge. Mr. Eastman, being almost constantly at the West, engaged In gathering and curing tlie materials of which the medicine ts composed, tbe sole business manags ment devolves upon Dr. Johnson, and tbe remedy has been called, and la known as Dr. Clark Johnson's INDIAN BLOOD PURIFIER. Pries ef Large Bottles Pries of Small Bottles $1.00 .50 Read the vol notary testimonials of person who have been cured by tbe use of Dr. Clark Johnson's Inoiaa liiood hjrup ta your own vicinity. TESTIMONIALS OF CURES. Cores Rheumatism. Fatirrrgw, Guernsey Counts', Ohio, Ikavrff--.i was subject to Rheumatism twice a yea for the past ten or twelve years, but since using your reliable IntUaa Bleed. (Sjrrwp I bare been tree from It. ireganl It aa a Tery valuable remedy I'm- that A. is, AruAJXaua, Best Family Medicine. paTANa. Hnron Omine. Sftlo. Bear Sir I have used your excellent Iwdi.a, wtiA Mwwta li tav famtlv for Liver ComDlAint. Indigestion, etc., and 1 can truthfully say It is the best remvdy I bave ever used, as in every ease It effected a permanent cure. I am ever ready to teatlt yto Its H. V. V TI .1 1. Costlreness and Plies. Tsnaow. Fulton County, Ohio. riMve Afe I was In verv nour health for a long time. being severely troubled with Costiveness and Files; sometimes I would be nve or six days without a pass age. 1 look some of your Indlisat llloed Myray, and In a abort time 1 was eOectually cured. . W. urea. AL Af CCA3B3X ' ITould Sot be Without It. - Ftndlat, Baneock Comity, Ohio. Dear Sir I have been amicted w.th Uyspepsla for many years, and have used the ladlaa Bleea Kiray with good effect. I Bad it to be the beaj remedy which 1 bave ever used and would not be with, aut, I am thankful for Its discovery. JOHN DEMOB, Long Disease Cored. Nirotswr, Henry Comity, Ohio, Feb. 20, 187ft ' Dear Sir Allow me to give my testimony In favor ef your Indian Bleed ttytraw. I waa troubled with Disease of tbe Lungs aud also IJver Complaint, and attherequest of your Agent itrledaome of yonr snedicine, which immediately relieved me. I feel better than I bave felt for rears, and never waa so well as 1 am at xueaena, I will aiwaj. recuuunend your medicine. AtAttg. U. BSI.IML , Kidney Complaint. ' ': Dopowr. Putnam Oonnty. Ohio. ': Dear Sir This ts to ceitlfy that I was aailcted with Kidney Complaint and Oeneral D lHtr for a number of years. 1 obtained some of your Indian Bleed tjrap from your Afoul, Shd it entirely cured me. , - CALVIN FULLJI& " Cures Headache. ! - ' ' Karnrs. Neble OotnTty, Ohio. Dear StrTblt la to certify that your IsisUata Bleed Synip aaa SteaUy benerited uie for bead aciie. . . . .. , SAKAH & saacn Geaeral Weakness of the System. Kvanstobt; Defiance County, Ohio. -Denr Sir 1 waa sniierinz from Weakness of tne System and Dirdnoss of tbe Eead. Your Indian Bleed Syrsp was recommended to me and I pro euiadsome, and ashort trial has ratored my nealth. iiKsax uumua For Erysipelas. HOfEbALK. Harrtsrm Ootrntv. rSttA. Dear Sir This is to certify that your Indian Bleed Syrap has cured me of Erysipelas and Rheumatism, with which i suttemd a long time. 1 recommend its use to all. . AfKS WM. RKED. Cannot Recammend It Too Highly. . . Ditmi, Ifelgs County. Ohio. Drrrr Sir I nave used your great Indian Bleed Syraa for Nervousness and Constipated Bowels and eaa truly recommwd It the best medicine I ever need. I regard It a good remedy and It cannot be too highly BArtAXt E. niuua Greatly Benefited. Hw BCKLnraTOK. Clinton County. Ohio. Dear Sir I was a great sufferer before 1 took your Justly-celebrated Indian Bleed ttyrwp. I was troubled with .Neuralgia of tus stomach. Liver and Kidney Disease, and a Bloating of the stomach and Bowels. I was In a terrible state, but thanks to your medicine, I am now greatly Improved, and believe yonr byiun to bo tho areatost Blood Purifier known to tbe world. a XHOMA3 K. bTOEUE. Llrer Complaint and Heart Disease. Trmoutoi Cm, Miami Co.. Ohio, July 19, 1877. Dear Sir 1 have used the ax eel lent Indian Bleed aWran. which 1 procured from your Agent and tho result baa been wonderful. I bave been sick for one year with Urer Complaint and Heart Disease, and nine week, out of that time I bave not bean able to do any work at all. I have taken some ot your SYRUP, and since then I have been able to work. I heartily recom mend It and believe If to do the 1) and Most BollaUo Betuctoe over tarereti as xne puotio. r. m. (CLuaaa.. i SELLERS'; ft couaH ' SYRUP! 50 Yews -Before the Public. Pronounced by. all. to? be the atost Plecsant aud efficacious re-meCy now in uc, for the cure or cougus, croup, hoarseness, tickling scnsatlois of the threat, whooping cougn, -. . . . . i ...iV in Over a million ootties soia the last few years.; It gives relief wherever nsed,. and has tlie power to impart benefit that cannot be had from the cough mixtures-now tn uo. Sold by nil Druggists at 25 cents pet bottle. ,. . , . u v . ..i.,:". s . r. R-PTT.T.-RR R LIVER MI.I.S ttre -also highly recoinnienJcd for . curing liver complaints, -constipation, lieadMChes, fuvcr and ague, and all di seases of the stomach and liver. Sol . by all Druggists at 25 cents er ox. B. E. SeUers & Co., Pittsburg, Pa. 5-ly. 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