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KNOXVILLE, TENN.; THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 19, 1871
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
FOREIGN NEWS BY THE CABLE.
(onsideration of Southern Outrages
Speech or Senator Morton, of Indiana.
He Demands a Rigid Investigation.
CirappIIng for the Cable OCT Jamaica
Inrenr !' Judicial
Washington, Jan. IS. Casserly moved
to refer the President's message and accom
panjiug documents rcganliuK Southern
outrages to the Judiciary Committee. Wil
hh moved their reference to a select com
mittee. An angry debate on their refer
ence is progressing.
It is understood the special committee
u the Brooks case will report a resolution
exonerating Brooks and dismissing Hast-
Senator Morton offered a resolution pro
viding for a rigid investigation of the re
iMirted Southern outrages.
In reference to these outrages, Mr. Mor
oaw'l he liad offered to Southern peo
Hlcthv olive branch of peace, and said to
them upon the rostrum in Alabama and
here, upon his own responsibility as a
.Senator, that he was willing and anxious
to forgive the past ; that as a Federal sol
dier he had fought for the union and fu
ture peace of his country. He could say
to-day that he cherished no animosity on
account of the past, but was reaJy now,
as he had been since the war, to rise above
such considerations, and in a spirit of
Christian statesmanship, do that which
would seem best for the weli'are of his
country and its future. He would vote
with the .Senator from CuJaoi uia, Mr. eas
terly, for amnesty lor the rebellion, bu, he
would be sorry to proiwse a measure that
should carry with it amm.s.y ior tue rebel
lion and murder of to-day. vhiie .or am
nesty, he was also in favor t:' tho haikr
for murderers. His answer U the insinua
tions of Republican connivance in fcouto
ern outrages was, that if the Democratic
party depended lor ascendancy upon the
operations of organized bands ol Kukiuxhh
Ktssins in overriding lis o,uU, it
was time the country kucw .... xe hoped
it was not true, and ueprecuteii the draw
ing of party lines upon a simple proposi
tion, to investigate the truth of these alle
gations. If it was shown that the Demo
cratic ascendancy in the JSouili iiad been
'u!l4hriiir! tHjnuWr viukiiH-w ud in
timidation, he would exject his Democrat
ic friends to unite in applying a remedy
for the evil.
To refute the assertion that these were
ptale ehartres. he read some Demcratic pa
pers severe comments upon the refusal of
the Senate to restore the Arlington estate
to Mrs. Lee. As an illustration of the
frequent cbulitions of political feeling,
indicating the lawless condition of society
there, he cited an incident within his own
experience of an organized attempt, du
ring a late canvass, to break up a Republi
can meeting at the town of Kutaw, Ala.,
which was attended with the most serious
consequences. Fifty-four of the partici
pants in the meeting were killed or
wounded. Though in the interest of the
Democracy, and intended by them as a
means of carrying the county in iiich
it occurred, there was no greater provo
cation for it than there was now for him
to fire a shot in the Senate Chamber. He
had been informed that during the melee,
several shots were fired at himself. After
characterizing this as a premeditated
attempt to intimidate Republicans from
voting, he held tnat it was impossible to
punishthe offenders, because they were
thoroughly organized and had control of
An amendment to increase the amount
f the appropriation for the Bureau of
Education, from $14,000 to $25,000, was
An amendment inerc-afcing the salaries
of Supreme Court Judges was adopted,
after which the bill passed.
A bill wn introduced for the admission
of Utah into the Union.
The House went into a Committee of the
Whole on postal appropriations, The
bill providing for these appropriations af
The Brooks Special Committee offered
the following resolution, which was adopt
od: "liasohxd. That it is the judgment of
the House that, by reason of the refusal of
Hugh Hasting to testify oeiore the toeiecc
Committee to the truth of his atcusations,
the Hon. James Brooks is fully exonorated
from the charges made by said Hasting,
and that the Committee be discharged
from the further consider ion of the sub
ject." i e
(rappliitff for the Cable.
Lille, Jan. 17. TheAr
is moving toward bounm u
Faldherbc's rcconnoiier.i. ..... it find
the bridges destroyed, ana ill .'t e u
the left bank barricaded. Tiw m . e army
is moving. ,Faidherbe has Uvu ..cuviiy
reinforced, and h:is commenced a series o
maneuvers, from which great r. suit- an-
exacted. - . . . r '
Kingston, Jamaica. J5 1. iv-Th
Darcia is grappling for tho bro.wu A.'
wall cable in five hundred u.ho.n vn a.
with sandy bottom.
St. Thomas, Jan 18. The great dock
was sunk by a hurricane in sixty-even
fathoms water. It was completely raised
and towed into shallow water.
City of Mexico, Jan. 11, via Havana
The election feuds are becoming Intensi
fied. The entire press and n umerous . po
litical clubs favor the re-election o Juarez.
'b scribe for th CiiROirifxr.
A Tennessee Official Superceded,
Wabhinotoh, Jan. 18. The fol lowing
fcenatorial elections are known : Wmiove,
Minnesota: Loran. from Illinois; Fre
linghuysan. from New Jersey : Blair.from
Missouri: Morrill, from Maine: Sauls-
burr, from Delaware.
The new more of the Reconstruction
Committee Involves relief from the test
oath to persons who entered the Confede
rate armv while minors.
Pleasanton was before the Committee of
Wav and Means to-day. It is understood
he. nrve the rertexl of the income tax.
Hastings still refuses to testify before the
Ktleet enmmittoA on the Brooks case.
The Judiciary Committee have agreed to
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judicial districts. ' ,A
Washikotok, Jan. 18. The Comraitte
on Ways and Means have repor ed a bill
making the tariff on Imported spirits two
dollars per gallon.
Supervisor Emory has superceded Col
lector Huit, of the Sixth Tennessee Dis
trict, for allecr' d frauds and neglect of
TrTt fi hill mvirmicr virciuia iuwi
Among the nominations to-iay was inai
of Sue B. Johnson as Postmistress of
I'JcasaRton advocates a more lUerai sys
tem for export duties on spirits ami to
Indications favor a week's debate over
the reference of the Southern outrage mes
sage. The communications as to the out
rages in the South, to which the Senators
alludtd in debate to-day, and which were
for the appointment of a select committee
of five members, to which shall be referred
the documents and paiers recently laid
before the Senate by the President in refer
ence to the condition of the Southern
States. Such committee is to have the
power to employ a stenographic clerk,
send for persons and papers, administer
oaths, and investigate the matters referred
to in the documents and papers aforesaid.
A Libel Hull.
Memphis, Jan. IS. It is now thought
that oS lives were los-t by the McGill disas
Sax 1raxcisco, Jim. 18. The Amtrion
has arrived with 100 Chinese and a full
Several prisonera have been discharged
without a trial, under a decision against the
New Yokk, Jan. 18. United States
Marshal Dallon has sued the Brooklyn
Union for 550,000 for a libel charging him
with dereliction of official duty. i:n- Union
reiterates the charges tt-day.
Tlif German Protect.
The brainless effusion in the Press and Her
ald, of this morning, trying t rMic tie jt-i
test of tho German citizens, wtujM hardly do
serve a ntice, If it whs it instituted i rrerttc.' a
misunderstanding in regard to ;he meaning of
these resolutions. The German were n )t of
fended because Mr. Fisher was not leeted. It
tvouM hate made n difference if any other
German had been elected in hU place. In fact,
there should have teen no dir-tircti"ii ruadi at
all, but since the Board have decreed in their
wisdom that &&lorod, an Irish, and a German
officer should be elected, ihfy hd no right t
elect a gentleman for a German cScfer who U
not a German and does not sj)tak the German
language. This gentleman was elected, as we
understand, at tba recommendation of one gen
tleman, while a petition signed by Germans
Tba vriter of . the article dodges the main
question entirely and merely tries to make fun
of Jit. But he signs himself Moses. There is
some significance in it. Moses was the Law
Giver of the Jews. His words were commands
given by divine authority, and the children of
Israel had to obey them. Perhaps, this Moses
belongs to that class of natives v?hq thinly they
have a right to eommaod the foreigners, and
they have to do their bidding, and the gentle
man is highly exorcised that the Dutch want to
have a voice also. Get out of the way, Mr.
Moses, your tlxuO is passed.
The gentleman who wrote tba article in the
Press and Jlerald signed Moses,mast have teen
that venerable gentleman represented in some
of the old Bibles. Moses is represented there
with a biz horn on his forehead. The ho
seems tq b,o tlfcie.but tlfC brain has gone into th0
The Greene county Blast Furnace has
suspended for rppaw.
Burglars and incendiaries have made
their presence felt in Nashville.
Twenty four-horse teams a day, loaded
Vith iron, pass through Greeneville.
A separat afd frf female prisoners is
recommended in the Teunessep peniten
tiary. B, F. Myers, residing two miles from
Nashvilio, ou the Miirfreesbpro' pike, at
tempted suicide on Wednesday nigfyt, by
James Talton, who has served seven
terms in the penitentiary, and is 76 years
pld, was released last December, but before
a week elapsed, pornmltted buyglayy ad
fled to the mountains, where he was fouqd
a few days ago, badly frostbitten. He was
taken to the penitentiary again, ana will
have to endure tlje Amputation o; both
The Cause of Rl'st in Wheat. The
Germantown Telegraph says th it it is get
ting to be a prett3 general opinion mong
farmers that the sowing o -7- svd
eiovcr or timothy-rwuh the wheat in the
fall, s has been common in nearly every
wheat growing district as well as
rt and eaat oi us, i tiu aw-i s. the
rust ou wheat, by leason l;e moisture
wh'di ihe grass r- tain ttff -c.'n th- niin
taik when m&tui nit:. i',t v,-ls,
-own after ihu wIh-h. .'tro, .ee.. ua -
vi-stetl, will pjoduce, it is c.atm d a w i
crops the following year a.- i n .t n :;t tije
time of (be wheat, h!ne montf'- l n--.wyt
We should like to hear from i. t". liners
on this subject, as ilune i-. n: ti y I
.-ides to it, and epeeiai.y Jis u ... ...... u
Art vrrtiniu. ,
A man who cannot attiird ut advertise, cannoi
afford to do busine s. A merehant prince said
truly that a person investing oqe dullax in any
kind of business, should spend a dollar in adver-
tiriwg that hntnM.
Letter from Hon. TV. B. Stokes.
nn' ih. sfth dav of November. 1870,
Judge Sneed, of the Supreme Bench ad-
vnni.ia nrtinn" hv that bodv in the remov
i nf ntirui disabilities incurred under
the Fourteenth Amendment of the Const!
Jordan Stokes enclosed the letter to his
hmther Hon. W. B. Stokes, and asked him
to give Judge Sneed the benefit of his
name and influence in securing the re
moval of such disabilities. Gen. Stokes
made the following frank and pointed re
Washington, Jan. 5, 1871.
Dear Brother : Your favor of the 20th
ultimo, enclosing Gen. Sneed's letter, is
ceived In reply I will state that before the
election for Supreme Judges in Tennessee
last August, I was decidedly in favor of re
lieving all men or tneir legal ana political
disabilities who would apply lor the same.
Gen. Sneed was hercnear the close of the
session in July last, and seemed very anx
ious to cet his disabilities removed. I was
in favor of its being done, and so expressed
myself to him. for we had for many years
political las well as personal friends. He
certainly must have considered himself la
boring under disabilities, or why would lie
petition to be relieved? Yet when became
to enter upon the'dischargc of the duties
of Supreme Judge he had no scruples as
to taking the oath of omce. At least lie
did take it.
He further sayn he does not wish to liti
gate such a question with the Government.
men l ass, wuy uia nc ucnneraic vioiaie
the Constitution and thejlaws of the land ?
In my judgment, it was his duty to have
peremptorily refused to exercise the func
tions of the office until relieved. It would
certainly have been better for him, and I
am bure the country would not have been
worsted. It appears to me that It would
have been infinitely better to have had no
court thantp have had one com posed .of
meii.whol are constitutionally.disqualified;
wnose accisioiis are iiueswuuuuie, n jiui
utterly void. But after a man lias gone
on and taken the oath of office, and is ex
ercising the functions of the same in direct
violation of the Federal Constitution and
in defiance of the laws of the land, and
now under indictment in the Federal
Court f'r one, I cannot give my consent to
have him relieved until ho has satisfidd
the demands of the court. If ho proves
himself innocent, then he will need no re
lief from Congress ; but if, on the contrary,
he should be convicted, then he will neeo
a pardon from the Executive, and also an
act of Congress for his relief, then I could
very properly come to his assistance. But
at present I do not wish to. interfere with
the action o the court or the grand jury.
If General Sneed knew he was disquali
fled.' then he Is unfit to be a Jude oi ui
court ; if, on the other hand, he pleads . . ti
ll ora nee, that ought to render him unlit.
et him choose either hoi'ii of hvdi.'cmma
and he stands condeujnKi. i agree with
you t iat we ought "to "have a permanent
i.u.'iiet-'ry. ani dui ?orircn men us com
pose ihe present Supreme Court, we would
have had it. Intact, we did have it in
the personf f, Hawkins. McClain and An
drews. hien of known legal ability, un
emotioned integrity aud moral worth.
Elected, too. bv the legal. Qualified voters
of the State, and strictly in accordance
with the Constitution' and laws of the
Sta e, which had been recognUed by Con
gress as the organic law of tho State in
Isow. in conclusion, I will state that, in
niy judgment, the best and surest way to
obtain a psrriianeut jud'PUcy ia, ta have
the present boffin, illegal, unconstitutional
State Government set asiae, ana me ior
raer Supreme Judges placed back upon the
bench. Then you would nave a constitu
tional, legal court. What Congress will
do in the way of relieving persons of
their political disabilities during the
present session I cannot tell, but I am
conyiuped $hat tiom will bfl relieved 'who
are' now Indicted in the Federal Court.
I have thus written plainly, as I know
you desired a candid answer. If such men
as now compose the Supreme Court of
Tennessee are to go unpunished for a vio
lation of the Constitution and laws of the
United, States, hpn hy have any cpurts
to' punish the poor, humble; ignorant per
sons who may happen to trangress the
in my humWe judgment all men
fare alike. The ricE as well as the
poor, the high as well as
the lOW Should I
be made to respect and obex the laws of
the land. With sincere good wishes,
I am, your brother,
W. B. Stokes.
Shelbyville, Jan. 12th, 1871.
On the night of the 26th of December
last, a gang of Kuklux apprpachetl the
duelling hqusa nf J. t". " Jiosebprqygh;
Esq., who is an old ari'd respectable citizen,
living about one mile from this place. Af
ter a short parley at tlje yard cat?, they
made a dash at the door. It being secure
ly fastened, they failed to make an en
trance. They demanded admittance, but
Mr. Roseborough, having secured along
knife - kept for euch occasions, refused to
open '-the door,. It1 was publicly known
that James C. Mullins, a United States
Revenue Storekeeper, was tlen boarding
au4 lodging at Esquire Roseborough's, and
it is believed that the object of the Ku
klux was not only to abuse Mr. Rose
borough, but tp maltreat or murder Mul
iins, as it is known that they have a most
deadly hatred for all Federal officers and
especially to if they are Republicans and
insist qpotrthe observance of tho United
States lafc. They went frorn Mr, Rose
borough's to thp residence of Mr. Thacker,
a poor, hard-working wheelwright, and
an old, honest and peacabje citizen, whom
they diaggedfrom hi bed, about il o'clock
at night, and in the sight and hearing of
his wife and family, hit him one humind
and four stripes, with a hard-twisud rwpc,
with a knot tied at the end of it; saying
at the close of the whipping, that i. he ie
vealed it and the pamea if thus wL.
whipped him, they would haiic . im.
Next morning his landlord, Mr. Gab e. :
Maup n, visited him on bui e s--. u w
tVoin Mr. That-ke.'a looks ihut iiiii..-4
had been done him. Upon invesut tion
he was shocked. Though a rebel i
clenv Iuklqx himsel., thi.- wasm..e iiai.
Maupin had bargained fur. He cwu.d .
bear 'to 1iaveone of his rebel par y wh.p- ,
ped. Thereurxm he set o t wiiir ihei
aid of a civil officer, aud on ihw l.-t o Jan- j
dressed a letter to joraan Diodes. hi
ville, asking him to assist him through his
friends in Coucress. in "having some fa-
uary, they arrested a young Mr. Biddle as
one or the party that whipped Mr.Thacker
ana orougni mm ro inai Deiore wiiey
Itiggens, Esq. an old rebel. Messrs
Gallorthan and Landers, witnesses for the
State, proved that they saw Mr. Biddle
who had fallen from his horse in Norman
dy about 12 or 1 o'clock on the night the
whipping was done, and that Biddle talk
ea wun mem and answered to his name.
By this means, Messrs. Gallorthan and
Landers learned that Biddle was return-
iig home with his Kuklux disguise on,
and considerably under the influence of
whisky. Notwithstanding this strong ev
idence, Biddle was acquitted and rode off
blowing nis ltuKlux whistle. On the fol
lowing Wednesday night. Mr. Landers
fine distillery, saw mills, dwelling house.
with all Its contents,togcther with his large
tannery anu a vast quantity or leather, were
set on nre ana burned to ashes, loss about
These occurrences are often, but we have
no papers that will publish them unless
they involve some Republican, and then
look out for misrepresentation and garbled
statements, so void of the facts as to make
the honest heart Ficken at its core. These
outrages have been and are being so often
repeated throughout the entire South, that
theenirrc Republican party and the peace
loving aud law-abiding itcople are terror
stricken and stand aghast, before and un
der the horrible forebodings which sur
round and cover them with darkness
greater than that of ancient Egypt. The
nightly praver of the good ixwple is "when
snail our beloved country be once more re
stored to a day ot common peace and or
der?'' If not soon, it will be too late, for
those who love It are leaving by hundreds
and thousands, and seeking law and order
The San Domingo Expedition.
The Government steamship Tennessee
will on Tuesday, at 12 o'clock, m sail
from Now York for San Domingo with the
commission appointed by the .President
under the recent resolution of Congress
authorizing such appointment. Ihe steam
er will carry out the commission, consist
ing of Hon. B. F. Wade, Trof. White, and
nr. t. u. iiowe ; judge uurton, or lveni
tucky, as secretary to the commission, and
t rans bigel as honorary secretary ; Prof.
Blake, from the State Department: Chas
F. Douglass, son of Fred. Douglass, Esq. :
John P. Foley, of the New York Times ;
Dr. Fillips, or the Xew York Herald;
General Boynton, of the Cincinnati Ga
zellt ; Arthur Shepherd, and other news
paper men. There will also be with the
party a botanist from the Agricultural
Department, and a photographer from the
TrcaFury Department. At the request of
ine can jjomingp v-pmrnisuioij, rroicssor
William I. Blako, formerly of California,
has been appointed geologist and mineralo
gist of the commission. The Professor has
been engaged for some time past in editing
the Pari Exposition Reports, now com-
leted. lie is well known to the geologi
cal explorations in ine est ana in japan.
Tho Washington correspondent of the
New York Times says, in referring to the
San Domingo Commissioners : " In select
ing Commission the President has not
sought to find men who were committed
in advance to annexation, and none of
those selected are so committed. He has
sought to find aole and honest men who
believe simply in the broad principle of
extending the blessings of our system
of republican government over the Latin
race, leaving the material aspects pf
the question to De settled by the faee as
they may be developed. President White
and Dr. Home are eminent in their devo
tion to this idea, while !tyr. Wade Is thor
oughly Republican, American in his
feelings and feelings,'1-
Mr. Anarew T. White, a member of the
San Domingo Commission, arrived in
Washington on Saturday, ana had a pleas
ant interview with the President. The
President said to Mr. White he was earn
estly anxious to have everything probfd
to ine oottorrj, ie r&markeaj, further, with,
a bKAd; 6nilfi, tft&t he. franttd &U villainy
exposed, if they could find any, and espe
cial search made for those lots on Samana
bay said to be marked Grant, Babcock,
Ac. He further said that he trusted he
was open to conviction against the poller
of annexation, as he was deirou& tnat
otfif5 liulrl be converted to such policy.
Virginia Militia. A bill has been re
V? the Virginia Legislature iiroyW,
" to tfte rq-qioi,. of the iillitia,
wu,v;u wuujjueuiueuijjwjittiuuawi iouvi,
gives the Governor power to appoint such.
White and colored companies are to be or
ganized separately, but each a fJ.cj is
g? J. SANFORD & CO:
S100.00 IjST GOLD!
Swt?9 fremhzn, Haatxa Torrent &ni
mem ! 12ju sr&a&s ot
have been too long and favorably known to require
commendation from as. Their excellence and high
reputation has induced unprincipled men in some cases
to counterfeit and palm off worthless and impure rrkks
for tbcw favorite brands. We shall continue to keep
theso popular Leads, put up exclusively for us, which
pan be relied upon as genuine. To protect oorsclvea
farther, however, in tho sale, and the public in the
US9 Of . 7 i . : ' :l
STRICTLY PURE WHITE LEAD,
wc arc bavins &n article manufactured which will be
eold 05LT under our firm name and
pledging ourseh ed to forfeit
$100.00 IIV GOLD,
If It contains anything else but pure Lead nyd Q1I
If yoa would have the HE3T, ask ft
L i. SAHFDRO & CO.'S GUARANTEED LEAD.
I vhi want Bill-Heads gotten up in the beat
a.ji-. jEf. uj the Chro;icl Job. oQce
HEALTH! BEAUTY ! !
Strong and Pure Rich Blood Increase of
riesn anu vveignt iear cam unu
SECURED TO ALL!
RAD IT AIT'S
Has made the most astonishing cures. So
quick, so rapid are the changes the
lody undergoes under the influ-
. . . ence of this truly Wonderful
livery Day an Increase in Flesh
and Weight is Seen and Felt.
Scrofula, Consumption, Syphilis in its many forms
Glandular lisettse. Ulcer in th Throat and Mouth
Tumors, Nodes in the Glands, and other parts of tho
system; Sore Eyes, Strumous Discharges from tho Ears
Eruptive Diseases of tho Eyes, Nose, Month, and tho
worst forms of rkin Diseases Eruptions, Fever fcjorea.
Scald Head, Riny Worm, cult Rheum. Erysipelas.
Acne, Bliu k Spots, Worms in the Flesh, Tumors. Can
cers, in the Womb, and all weakening and painful dis
charges; Nisrht Sweats, and all wastes of the Life Prin
ciple, are within the Curative range of Radway's Sar
saparillian Resolvent, and a few days' U!e will prove to
any person using it for either of these forms of disease
its potent power to cure them.
Not only doe the fcarsaparillian Resolvent excel 1
known remdial agents in tho cure of Chronic. Scrofu
lous. Constitutional. Skin und Syphiloid disca.-es, but
it is the only positive remedy for
Urinary and Womb Diseases, Gravel, Diabetes. Drop
sy, Incontinence of Urine, Bright's disease. Albuminu
ria, and in cases where there are Lrick dust deposits, or
the water is thick, cloudy, mixed with substances like
the white of an egg. or threads like white silk, or there
is a morbid, dark, bilious appearance, aud white 2kne
dust deposit, and where there is a pricking, burning
sensation, and pain in the small of the back and along
the loins. In all these conditions, Radway's Sarparil
linn Resolvent, aided by the application of Railway's
Heady Relief to the spine and small of the back, and
the bowels regulated with one or two of Radway's
Regulating Fills per day, will soon make a complete
cure, in a lew uays me patient will oe enanieu to hold
and discharge water naturally without pain, and h.
Urine will be restored to its natural clear and amber
or sheiry color.
THE WASTES OF THE BODY
Are supplied with new, healthy am rigorous blood,
that lurnisbes sound structure. Hence nil suffering
from weakening discharges, either mule or female, or
from Ulcers or Sores, through the reparative proems of
Radway's Sabsata rilli ax are arrested, and the rup
tured organs healed.
TUB TRUE THEORY OF CURE.
Rakwat's Sabsapabit.t ll v RKSoLrWNT snui.lif s ihe
system, thro a ah the blood, nrine, sweat, and structure,
making constituents, with Tissue-nuking, Fleph-mak-
ing. Heat or Calorie and Fat-making elements. All of
its constituents are nourishing. purL'ying, and strength-
It repairs, neaie. resolves, and dr
rives out of the
body the products ef decay and corruption,
tion, White SwelLng, Dropsy, Syphilis, Cancer, Tu
mors, Ae., are all ef a scrofulous diathesis, aud. at snuh,
arc within the curative range of the Sarsaparillian Ue
tolvent. That Scrofula, bv whatever name dcMaaatcu. is the
resnlt o drosiy frem the blood, induced or tauscd by
ckrouie inflammation. That those deposits take place
when the blood is poor. weak, watery, and incapable f
holding in solution iU proper eonstitaent, or front the
presence of eMe virus or poison in toe blood, as Mer-
eurr. Calomel, Corrosive Sublimate, which is the Cor
rosive Chloride of Mereury, or other agents, given u
medicines, and which enters largely the common
advertised Sanaparillas, not absorbed or changed from
their natural condition.
That Ulcere te repairs er nutrimente ar grnator
thai) the wajitfs. that aeoomiosition and deoay will su
pervene. and the powers ef life become exhausted.
That the dyin. body cannot be sosUined en ny
treatment of medieaiion that exhaasts the system or
fiwts to noqri-h the hloed. the only mer'iaBi throigh
which the vital forces are oreserved. and on whi h the
growth of the.1 ody depends.
UVAKIAN TUM0K CURHI.
Never has a 'medicine taken internally feces kinwn
te have cured tumors either ef the womb, uteri, tre
tie?, or bowels; the knife has been the role reliasoe in
the hands ef experienced surgeons; bat Pr. Radway's
Sarsaparilliaa settles thie question- for it h cored
ovejr twkxtt penmnj ef 0 cabian Ctsts and Tcsrosa,
wen ae Aimers ta ue Mireis, uterus, womb, liver.
ruroioai Busien, Aeenes, aua Calculus Concretiene.
Tnmor of Twelve Tears Growth Cnre4 ly
fiEiuiT, Mabr., July ia, lsea.
llu. JiAbWAV I have had Ovarian Tamar in th
ovaries and howek. All the doctor Raid "thrwaa
bo help for it." I tried every thine tnat vh rccom
meaded, but nething kelntd Be. Isaw your Resolv
ent, aud thought I would try it, hut had no feith in it,
teeaase a had euxered for twelve years. 1 luvt six
bottles ef the Resolvent, one be? - t 2d a Pfiw
and used two bottles of yenr Ufdy!jlelicf : and there
h aot a sign ef Tnniegr ;e be seen or felt, and 1 feel
oei;e$, amurivx aia uappier loan i oave ir twelve
ci,rs. lTe worst Tumor was in the left side of the
Dowels, over the sroie. 1 write tat te veu for tha bm-
efit o.f ether?, Yta can puUisk it If you elioofc.
uaxnah r. itsArr.
fnce, One Dellar.
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
Lures tnc Vorst Tarns in from One to
Not ope hair After reading this advertisement need
any one suffer with pain.
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
Is a sure cure It was the' first and. vi tLe Only Tain
ltcmcdy that instantly st op the most
. . . - excrucixting pains. .
AM.AYH 1SFI.AXI3IATI05M AND crilE,
Whether of the Lungs, Stomach, $uwel?. or other
glands and organs, by as application in from one to
twenty niincte.- .-
No ma5er hov violent or excruciating the pain, the
Rheumatic, Bed-ridden, Infirm, Crippled. Nervous
Xeuralgio, or prostrated with disease may aufier,
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF . f
Will. 5a ftwm one to twenty minutes afford ease and
caiufiirt, and this medicine, so rapid in stopping pain,
can be purchased for fifty cents per bottle, at almost
every druggist's and country merchant's store on this
continent, and within one hour's distance of aJmort
every habitation in the United States. ,
RHEUMATISM AND NEURALGIA. - 1
If those who are now suStf ug pain, no matter what
the cause may be. W by what name it is called if ex
trnnai, apply tho Radway's Ready Relief to the part
of the body where the pain ia present. If internal. Jfj
drops diluted in water, as a drink; whethc; Cramps,
Spasms, Inflammation, Congestion. A-iatie Cholera.
Chills and fever, the UiU violent, exerutiatinir and
torturing pain? wiU be stoppel in from one to twenty
FEVER AND AGUE CURED.
There is not a remedial agent in this world that will
cure Fever and Ague, and all other Malarious. Rilious
Scarlet, Typhoid, fellow and other Fevers, (aided b
Radway's Tills,) so uick as Radway s Ready Relief.
I)r. Radway's Perfect Purgative Pills.
Perfectly tatele3 EJ'ganUy Coated with Sweet
Gum Purge, Regulate, Purify, Cltam-c and Strenghen
RADWAY'S PILLS, for the enre of all disorders of
the Stomach, Bowels, Kidneps, Bladder, Nervous Dis
eases, lleaduche. Constipation. Costivenes.-. Indiges
tion. Dyspepsia. Biliousness. Bilious Fever. Tnrt-m.,.
tion of the Bowels, Piles, and all Derangement t ojf the '
internal wrra. i arrnuieu xo enecv a positive Cure
Purely Vegetable, eoutuininrr no Mercery-
ness or Weight in the Stomach. Sour Eruotations. Sink.
?r vlutiteDns tith Vir5tu:et0I11,CQ.Swi.?:ming
t tknhKiil llnrriml n,l TUffim.lf t i5rT,u
ing at. the Heart. Choking or SaftWtingnSns
when in lying Pf-rtare, "Dimness of Vision. Dots or
Webs Vfare Uu Siht. Fever and Dull 1'Aa in thl
I'vcA. Dcticiency of Perspiration. Yellowness of the
ii "vi hM'rP"m4lnBthe.d?. Chest. Limbs, aaj
sudden Hushes of Heat. Burning in the Flesh. Aftw
doses of K a way's Pills will fret te a.tem from aU
the above named disorders,
Pr;c 2i Cents per Box.
-S4LD B' ALL, DHrGtilSTS,
RADWAY CO., No. 87 Masdeu Lane, New York.
Information wortl thcqsandt will be sent yoa.
wis' utrrj-e le lowowing symptoms resulting from
d;siA. erthe digestive organs: Consumption, Inward
Piles. Fullness ol th- BIooS in the Head. Addity of the
ciomacn. .itauBcu. xieanourn. uismt nf VrA vu
People of All Classes !
Dally and Weekly.
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