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OLIVE LOGAN MARRIED.
Internationalist Organization Growing.
Nkvt York, Dec 19. Small pox is spreading
in Jersey City, Hobokcn, Xewark and Trenton
At a meeting of the Federal command of the
Internationalists last night, the Crispin Typo
graphical and the Jewelers' Unions affiliated
with them and became a part of the Interna
"William Boust, having eared his wife and
seven of his children from a burning house, per
ished in the flames in attempting to save the
Wm. M. Tweed has sold the Metropolitan
Hotel to a couple of railroad ticket agents.
John C. ITeenan is connected with the Touch
er robbery. An order has been sent to En
land for his arrest.
The small pox reports from Brooklyn are un
favorable. It is spreading in all directions.
"Wirt Sykes was married to Miss Olive Logan
The Grand Jury indicted Hank Smith, Re-
publican, and James M. Sweeney, for Ring
Concord, Dec. 19. Rev. Osman C. Baker,
jJisnop oi tne Jictnoaist Jbpiscopal cnurcn, is
Auburn, Dec 19. The report of Seward's
sickness is untrue.
Philadelphia, Dec 19. The Fourth 5a
tional Bank has been placed in the hands of a
receiver. It is thought that the deposits can be
paid, but the stock and surplus hare vanished.
Fravkfort, Dec 19. Senator McCreery is
Stephenson has succeeded in obtaining the
nomination to succeed Davis in the United
States Senate, by means of a Democratic cau
Omaha, Dec 19. Ihc 1'aciflc trains move
slowly, being 38 hours behind time.
KTIIE CITIL SERVICE COMMISSION.
Washington, Dec. 19. The Senate is dis
cussing the Chicago Appropriation bill.
Cox introduced a bill in the House, restricting
the sale of public lands in Louisiana, Arkansas,
Florida, Alabama and Mississippi.
Myers introduced a bill, fixing the tax on to
bacco at sixteen cents. . , .
The appointments confirmed ' to-day were
Torbet, Consul General at Havana, and Wood,
Assessor of the First Texas District.
There was a full Cabinet to-day, except Do
lano. The following nominations ere made:
Wm. II. Gcddard, Judge for Eastern Texas;
James F. Denber, Collector of the Fourth
Georgia District: Benj. F. Bell, Collector-of
the Second Georgia District tf,
The report of the Ciyil Service Commission
gives ine rresioent absolute power to remove
officers, the offices to bo filled by competitive
eiamination. They aro open to all, who must
enter the lowest grade. Promotions must be
made from the lower grades by competitive ex
The President approves the report, which will
go into effect on the first day of January, 1872.
The Chief Justice announced to the bar that
the opinions in the legal tender cases would be
read at an ealy day after the recess, and that
the delivery of the opinions had been postponed
at the request of the minority.
m uec iv, xne Uommitiee on
Banking was directed to examine into there-
cent bank failuro in Iscw York.
The bill making additional appropriation for
v.. 1.1 rl ...
me auxiui vommiuce passed. This makes
the total appropriations.texclusivc of printing,
to date, $690,000
ine labor and education question was dis-'
cussed until adjournment
The Senate passed an appropriation of four
millions for Chicago with an amendment
The Committee on Retrenchment was or
dered to investigate the general business at Xew
York. An amendment was offered and adopt-
wirr.DguiQ ,,0 poIitical machinery of
me custom house and its connection with the
late convention in xcw york Vote yea 69
feumner gave notice that he would f nn -rl v
day introduce a joint resolution restricting the I
Presidency to one term
Dorwood was seated
THE PRINCE COXVALESCISG.
Matters Jn (he French Assembly.
Lokdox, Dec 16. The Prince of Wales
rapidly. It is nrohnhln tW li v ill
1 "r Iour aays-
J. aris, Dec lv. There was a heated discussion I
vtr me seating ;0f the Orleans princes. Dis
Jardins moved for the restoration of the
can, princes to all their rights The Depu
ties of the lcft.violently opposed this, but finally
a motion which avoids all .dvico or responsi
W.Ues was passed with but two dissenting
.A.isec. iv.-ine quarantine
scls frem Germany has been raised,
smess men have
advertising alwavi Jwtp-l M ,clPded in
this seasoof S?',Sr SSt at
for a Christmas present bnt Z .y SotHeth
know in. vhatithh d0 ?ot alw
vert se keep before the readers of Z,vd ad
what they have in this line w! nc.w?Papers
t nn T,- " "1US ll?e; e invito oftnT,-
w ' tuiumns and invito n v"
chanta to take the hint to pE their01'
ABOUT EAST TENNESSEE.
The IVork . Wet Have Ilclorc Is.
Au extended tour through fifteen States
and close observation of the pcople,rcsources
and inducements of the country through
which the writer has. passed, have but
strengthened the convictions entertained
twelve months aero, when the series of
articles, of which this is partpwas de
termined upon that East Tennessee was
more favored by natural advantages than
any section of the Union. Looking
back now over the varied resources
of the sections visited, from the
orange groves or iionua to tne ice
bound lakes and rivers of the ex
treme North, from the sandy, unproductive
pine wastes or eorthern ueorgia and tne
Carolinas to the highly cultivated farm
gardens and fruitful vineyards of Xew
York and Ohio, we see new reasons for
hoping that in this delightful climate free
alike from the extreme rigors of Northern
winters and the oppressive heat of pro
tracted Southern summers ; in our fertile
vallies and uplands, yielding abundantly
of either graius, grasses or fruits,and in our
great water power and unsurpassed beds of
coal, iron, marble and other minerals and
quarries, we have the elements for rearing
in East Tennessee a people building upon
the solid foundations of prosperous farm
ing and ludustrial interests, a future as
promising and enduring as can be hoped
for byny section of thjs great nation.
We have spent some labor and neans in
endeavoring to impress upon that constant
ly growing class who are looking South for
homes in a more genial ana healthful cli
mate these great facts, and we have the
satisfaction of knowing from personal ob
servation that our efforts, together with
those of our real estate' agents, have been
successful. In every section of the States
visited we have found men of high char
acter and capital seriously.entertaining the
idea of making their homes with us. Of
all the South, East Tennessee alone pre
sents to the Northern immigrant the de-
ges. They find in our cli
mate, m our vane l resources, and in the
kindly feelings of our potplc the induce
ments desired. - , . r . ,. ... ,
Having spent some time iu the work re
ferred to, and having at least inaugurated
the great movement, we have now some
estions to offer to our readers and
friends in East Tennessee, which we think
if followed, would greatly facilitate the
work in which we are persuaded that they
have as deep an interest as ourselves. We
base these suggestions, of course, upon the
supposition that our people want more la
bor, more capital and more enterprise, or
in other "words," Immigration. "The first
thing to do to invite this is to offer Icind at
reasonable rates. We would be foolish to
expect to offer our laud as cheap as it can
be bought in the far west and immigrants
looking here for homes do not expect
this, for, as a class, they prefer our section
for reasons other than mere cheap lands.
But while this is the case, they do not ex
pect to pay as much for land here as in the
richer sections of more populous States.
We ought to sell our lands reasonable, for
we have too much of it half farmed and
too much of it not farmed at all. We have
men in EastTennessee arming a thousand
acres of land and hardly making a living
by it. If they should sell say half
or more of that land to an enterpris
ing farmer who would improve it, and
their neighbors were to do the same, can
they not see that the increase in population
and value of the land sold, to say nothing
of the benefits they would derive from im
proved cultivation: of the five hundred
acres left, would richly reward them for the
chance. Lands to become valuable must
be improved, and they cannot be improved
unless divided into smaller tracts to bring
population. This is one thing to be ac
complished. Another work to be done is to create a
better public sentiment in respect to per
The impression so generally prevailing
North that personal safety here is threat
ened by the prevailing habit of carryin
concealed weapons and shooting on slight
provocation, is doing us great harm and
can easilv be remedied bv makincr known
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the change in public sentiment gradually
taking place in this respect. , Every mur
der advertised does us incalculable harm.
Some that have occurred in our city are
talked of. every where and have done us
great damage;" : ' ' " "" ' '
With a little co-operation in mis woriv
we know the reward will soon come and
x will fin,l cfolv incraiue in our norm
latin " f3 ar!fv.
MbtVUy 1? CitUVll ttUU pvwvy "
Russia on the Reception of Alexis.
In Russia the flattering reception of the
Duke in New York and Washington has
made deep impression. The St. Peters
burg papers are evidently delighted. The
Golos enthusiastically says :
? "Never will Russia forget such kindness
as the great city of New York has shown
the Imperial Prince. It was no official re
ception ; so much greater was Its value. It
was a spontaneous manifestation of good
will toward this country. All classes of
the population participated in it. There
was no jar of dissention. Russia is pro
The Chicago Post says that the bell worn
by the cow that kicked over the lamp that
set fire to Chicago, is on exhibition in that
city, atsixty-one different places.
RATHER TO THE P0IST.
Representative Freeman onlhe Kuklux.
The Tennessee Tribune of the 18th pub
nsnes in full a very able and vigorous
speech of Hon. A. A. Freeman, ontueku
klux resolutions of Mr. Chester, introduc
ed in the House of Representatives at
Nashville on the 8th inst.
The resolutions denied the existence of
kuklux in Middle .and AVest Tennessee.
During the course of his remaks Mr. Free
man said : ;
When did the organization commonly
known as Kuklux cease to exist? -
Mr. Harris. The supposed Kuklux or
ganizations ceased when the Radical par
ty ceased drilling negroes in our midst for
Mr. Freeman. I am glad to hear from a
gentleman who seems to speak from the
cam, out allow me tosay to tne gentleman
from Shelby, that while it may be true
tuat tne organization as such may have
ceased to exist, as he says,it is nevertheless
true that squads and numbers of that or
ganization did not, and have not yet ceas
ed to commit their outrages in Tennessee.
It is, therefore, a distinction without a dif
ference to say, that the organization does
not exist, the individuals exist, and if you
will hang them and stop their depredations
the country cares but little what becomes
of the organisation.
I know, and every other member on
this floor know3 that such an organization
has existed for many years in this, country
since the war. These resolutions assert in
the most p6sitive terms that no euch or
ganization exists at present. I would like
to know, and the country would like to
know, if the gentleman speaks from the
"card where does he get his informa
tion ? Let him produce to this House the
order disbanding this army of midnight
Mr. Enloe. The gentleman from Hay
wood speaks so positively, I would like to
know oy winch natural sense he has beeu
able to determine their existence. Wheth
er by seeing feeling or smelling. .
Mr. Freeman. By all three. They look
like fiends, feel like toads and smell like
How do I know that such an organiza
tion has existed? I know it, because I
have seen them in their unearthly garb,
mustered in war-like array; led on like
blood-hounds in search of their victim. I
know it bee. use I have heard the still quiet
of the night wakened by the din of their
death-dealing, "Navies." I know it, be
cause I have seen'the blood flowing from a
dozen wounds in their lifeless victim ! I
know it from the testimony of hundreds of
unimpeachable witnesses of their crimes.
Mr. Cheatham. If these kuklux are
what they are represented to be by the
gentleman from Haywood, I wonder that
he has been allowed to come here.
Mr. Freeman. I understand the allu
sion of the gentleman from Robertson, and
will say to him that I have denounced
thesf scoundrels in their strongholds, just
as I have denounced them to-day. I have
said to them as I still say to them, that my
blood is at their disposal whenever they
think that they have a sufficient amount
of their own to give in exchange for it.
Let me say here once for all, that the peo
ple of Tennessee have suffered from these
outrages until forbearance has ceased to be
virtue. They do not intend any longer to
stand silently by and see their friends shot
down in cold blood for, no other reason
than because they do not vote to suit these
maskdd assassins. And from this time
forth blood for blood will be demanded at
their hands. . ' -
Resignation of ColonelTThornbargb
Tlio following is a copy of Col. J. M. Thorn
burgh's resignation of the omce of Attorney
General, which was forwarded to Gov. Brown
yesterday, and will be read with interest :
Kxoxville, TNx., Dec 19, 1871.
To the Hon.John C. Brown, Governor of Ten
nessee, Nashville ;
Sir : By an Act of the Legislature of Ten
nessee, passed December 7, 1871, the Criminal
District of which I was elected and commis
sioned Attorney; General was divided so as to
mako two criminal districts or, in other words,
a new district was created out of a portion of
the old. j By this statute you are directed to
appoint an Attorney General for the new dis
trict, which I learn you have done.
1 now, as the result of this law, resido in one
criminal district and am holding the office of
Attorney General in another. Being satisfied
that to continue to occupy said position under
these circumstances would be in violation of the
spirit and meaning of Article VI, Section o, of
tne new Constitution, which section I under
stand to mean that Judicial officers must resido
within their respective circuits or distiicts. I
respectfully tender this my resignation of the
office of Attorney General of a part of the
Third Judicial Circuit of Tennessee, to take ef
fect from and after this date.
I am very respectfully yours,
J. M. Thorxbukgh,
District Attorney General.
The New York Weekly Witness is au
eight-page paper, full of interesting mat
mater, including news, markets, and copi
ous extracts from leadincr iournals. It has
also the commencement of a serial story
or deep interest.
The specimen number will be sent to
all subscribers, in addition to the volume,
which will begin with the first Saturday
of the new year. The subscription is one
dollar per annum,' to be sent to John Dou-
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xev lorn. - - ' . s .
A bill has been introduced in South
Carolina making it an indictable offense
for any person to call another a "liar, thief,
rocrue. scoundrel, poltroon, or other similar
Texas has sent this vear over 600.000 cat
tle into Kansas, Nebraska and the other
Western States. She has the job of fur
nishing the Indians , with fodder, 200,000
head going for that purpose.
Alex. H. Stephens, the laconic editor of
the Atlanta Sun, couldn't print the Presi
dent's message because it was too long. So
he wrote a seven-column paragraph giy-j
ing the main points.
That was a cool culprit who,when asked
whv sentence of death should not be nassed
upon him, answered that he thought that
they had enough of his -"hanging around"
that locality already. -
Th Christicin Register, commenting on
the frequent abuse of D.D. and L.L.D.,
says it would direct Mr. Bergh's attention
to tne "cruelty oi Killing men oy ue-
rassf nsr Away. t ,
Who has not been perplexed to account for
the vagaries of feminine fashions. One cometh
and another goeth. Some pass away quickly
others remain long with. us. The most un
couth disfigurement of the "human form di
vine " sometimes gains a universal supremacy,
and no amount of satire, wit or abuse can affect
it Of all the foolish fashions hoops perhaps
f gained the most wide-spread and lasting popul
arity. They came suddenly and mysteriously,
and after a long and prosperous reign, passed
away as mysteriously and suddenly as they
came. Chignons, ; they say, too, are passing
avav. Soon these monstrous deformities which
the ladies have coaxed themselves into belieting
are so pretty," will be numbered with the
things that were, and just the opposite will be
considered the prettiest and the most fashiona
blc. Such is lifel ' .
Chancery Court at KnoiTille, Trim,
r ! No.2,340. '
Wil'ianiLedgenrood vsWflliam Miller and others.
TT APPEARING FROM THE RETURN OF THE
X Sheriff of i'entrers county that the defendant Wil
liam Miller is a resident of the State of Kentoeky, and
non-resident of the State of Tennessee: It is ordered
that the defendant above named appear before the
Chancery Court at Knoxville, Tennessee, on the first
Monday in February next,lS7i and make defence to tho
bill tiled in thia cause, or the same will be taken for
confessel. December20, 1371.
A true copy. Attt-st: '
, ' m:l;patterson.cam
dcc20dl-w3t By W. A. ALJtSRAilll. D C&M
Chancery Court at Knoxville. '
No. 2,343. 1 ,V
Martin Shea va Joseph A. Mabry and other?.
TT APPEARING FROM THE: BILL, WHICH IS
X sworn to, that the defendants, Thomas U. Pearne
and wife Ann P. Pearne are non-residents of the State
of Tennessee : It is ordered that the defendants above
named appear before the Chancery Courtat Knoxville,
Tennessee, on the 1st Monday in February aext. 1872,
and make defense to the bill filed in this cause, or the
same will be taken for confessed.
A true copy. Attest:
M. L. PATTERSON. C. M.
By W. A. GALBRAITU, D. C. k M.
Dec. 20. lS71-dltw3t
Chancer)' Court at KnoxTlIIc.
, , .... So. 2.13. ... . .
I". A. Moscs,'Adni'r. Ac, et al. vs The Ocoee Back et aL
TT APPEARING FROM THE AMENDED BILL
JL that G. B. Hughes, complainant in original acd
amended bill and made defendant to the cross bill of S.
S, Masenaill. is a non-resident of the State of Tennes
see ; It is ordered that the defendant above named ap
pear before the Chancery Court at Knoxville, Tennes
see, on the 1st Monday in February next. 1S72, and
make defense to the bill filed in this cause, or the same
will be taken for confessed. t , ?
A true copy- Attest , . :
M. L. TATTERSON. C, fe M. '
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novlSdwira.' . . ; ;
THE BELL HOUSE,
Re-opened under a New Management.
HOWARD & METLER,
WE TAKE PLEASURE IN INFORMING THE
VV citizens of Knoxville and the traveling public
generally that we have leaded the above House for a
term of years, and have engaged first cla-s a.-.istance
in all the department. Mr. Howard, who has had ex
tensive experience in the hotel business, will have tho
entire mam gement. Mr. L. Beo, formerly of the Max
well llou.e, Nashville, is in charge of the culinary
department. Madam Beo, whose reputation is weil
known as a housekeeper, has charge of that depart
ment, and ladies can depend on receiving every atten
tion. Sterling Jones will remain in chare of the din
ing room, where he feels perfectly at home Mr. John
Metier, who is well known to the citizens of Knoxville,
will use all his energy and time in keeping up supplies
and attending to all out door business. Waiters atten
tive and obliging. .
Fare Second to Aone.
With ample means, we intend to keep the House up
under any pressure.
Families in want of elegant furnished or unfurnished
rooms would do well to apply soon, Thirty-day ooard
ers will be taken at reduced rates.
Board, per day, 91 00.
J. TT. HOWARD, : ' JOIIX J1ETLEB,
Knoxville, Dec. 12,3871.
A first-rate Job Press, in sjoocl order, will he
sold cheap. Also, a new Binder's Press, used
but a short time, for sale low. Apply at this
office, i - .' .-'
Drugs and Medicines.
HEALTH MSEAUTI ! !
Strong and Pure Rich Blood Increase
Flesh and Weight Clear Skin and
SECURED TO ALL!
Has made the most astonishing cures. So
quick, so rapid are the changes the
body undergoes' under the ihrlu
- ence of this truly "Wonderful j
EVERY DAY AX INCREASE IN
FLESH AND WEIGHT IS SETN
Scrofula, Consumption, Syphilis in its many form..
Glandular Disease, Ulcers in the Throat and Mouth ;
Tumors, Nodes in th Glands, and other parts of the
system; Sore Eyes, Strumous Discharges from the Ears;
Eruptive Diseases of the Eyes. Nose, Mouth, and the
worst forms of Skin Diseases: Eruptions, IVrer Sores,
Scald Head Ring Worm, Salt Rheum, Erysipelas,
Acne, Black Spots. Worms in the l lesh. Tumors. Can
cers, in the Womb, and all weakening and painful dis
charges; Night Sweats, and all wastes of the Life Prin
ciple, are within the Curative range of Radway'a Sar
saparillian Resolvent, and a few days use will prove to
any person using it for either of these forms of disease
its potent power to cure them.
Not only dees the Sarsaparillian Resolvent excel al
known remedial asrents in the cure of Chronic. Scrofu
lous, Constitutional. Skin und Syphiloid diseases, but
it is the only positive remedy for
Urinary and Womb Diseases. Gravel. Diabetes. Drop
sy! Incontinence of Urine, B right's disease. Albuminu
ria, and in cases where there are Brick dust deposits, or
tne water is tnick, cloudy, mixed with substances like
the white of an egg, or threads like white silk, or there
3 at va uit view uiuuua a iry.ai MiVVf ijva nuiiy asvijv
dust deposits, and where there is a pricking, burning
sensat on, and pam in tne small or tne back ana along
the loins. In ail these conditions, Radway's Sarparil
lian Resolvent, aided by ths application of Radway's
Ready Relief t3 the spine and small of the back, and
the bowels regulated with one or two of Radway's
Regulating Puis per day will, soon make a complete
cure. In a few days the patient will be enabled to nold
and discharge water naturally without pain, and the
Urine will b3 restored to its natural clear and amber
or sherry color.
' ' THE WASTES OF Tn5 BODY
Are supplied with new. healthy and vigorous blood,
that furnishes sound structure. Hence all Buffering
from weakening discharges, either male or female, or
from Ulcers or Sores, through the reparative process of
RadWa r's Sahsapabillian are arrested, and the rup
tured organs healed.
THE TRUE THEORY OF CURE.
! Radway's Sahsafabilliax Resolvkjjt supplies the
system, through the blood, urine, sweat and structure,
making constituents, with Tissue-making, Fleeh-mak-ing,
Heat or Calorie and Pat-Making elements. ' All of
its constituents are nourislring.purifying and strength
ening. It repairs, heals, resolves and drives out ot the
body the products of decay and corruption. Consump
tion, White Swelling, Dropsy. Syphilis, Cancer, Tu
mors, 4c, are all of a scrotulous diathesis.and.as snck.
are within the curative range of the Sarsaparillian Re
solvent. That Scrofula, by whatever name designated, is the
result of deposits from the blood, induced or caused
chronic inflammation. That those deposits take plar
when the blood is poor, weak, watery, and incapab'eci
holding in solution its proper constituents, or from 'he
presence of seme virus or poison in the blood, as V et"
cury,LCiilomel, Corrosive Sublimate, which is the wr
rosivc Chloride of Mercury, or other agents, given in
midicines, and which enters largely in tne eomaca
tneir natural condition.
That uiiiess the repairs or nutriments are greater
than the wastes, that decompositionjand decay will su
pervene, and the powers of life become exhausted.
- That the dying body cannot be sastained on any
treatment of medication that exhausts the system or
fails to nourish the blood, the only mec'ium through
which the vital forces are preserved, and on which the
growth of the body depends.
OVARIAN TUMOR CURED.
Never haa a medicine taken internally been known
to have cured tumors either of the womb, uteri, ova
ries, or bowels; the knife has been the sole reliance in
the hands of experienced surgeons; but Dr. Radway's
Sarsaparillian settles this question, l or it has cured
over twe.vty persons of Ovabian Ctsts and Tcxokk,
as well as Tumors in the bowels, uterus, womb, liver.
Dropsical Effusion, Ascites, and Calculus Concretions.
Tumor of Twelve Tear Growth Cured by
Beyhrly. Mass., July 13, 1869.
Dr. Radway I have had Ovarian Tumor in the
ovaries and bowels. All the doctors said "there was
no help for it." I tried everything tnat was recom
mended, but nothing helped me. I saw your Resolv
ent, and thought I would try it, but had no faith in it,
because I had suffered for twelve years. I took six
bottles of the Resolvent, one box of Had ways Pills,
and used two bottles of your Ready Relief; and there
is not a sign of a Tumor to be seen or felt, and I feel
better, smarter and happier than I have for twelve
years. The worst Tumor was in the left side of the
bowels, over the groin. I write this to you for the ben
efit of others. You can publish it if you choose.
. Ha.vah P. KxArr.
Price, One Dollar.
It. R. II.
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
Cures the "Worst Pains in from One to
Not one lour after reading this advertisement need
any one suffer with pain.
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
Is a euro cure. It was the first and is the Only Pain
Remedy that instantly stops the most
AI.I.ATS !Xri.A7l3fATI03f A5D CURES
CO A G ES TI S,
AVhethcr of the Lungs, Stomach, Bowels, or of the
glands and organs, by one application in from one to
No matter how violent or excruciating the rains the
Rheumatic, Red-ridden, Infirm, Crippled, Nervous,
Neuralgic, or prostrated with disease may suffer.
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
Will, in from one to twenty minutes afford ease and
comfort, 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 a I in oft
every habitation in the United States.
RHEUMATISM AND NEURALGIA.
If those who are now suffering pain, no matter what
the cause may be, or by what name it is called if ex
ternal, apply the Radway's Ready Relief to the part
of the body where the pain is present. If internal. 10
drops diluted in water, as a drink; whether Cramp,
Spasms, Inflammation, Congestion, Asiatic Cholera,
Chills and fever, the most violent, excruciating and
torturing pains will be stepped 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 ail other Malarious. Bilious.
Scarlet. Typhoid, l ellow and other Fevers, (aided by
Radway's Pills,; so qukk as Radway's Ready Relief.
Dr. Railway's Perfect Purgative Pills
Perfectly tasteless Elegantly Coated with Sweet
Gum Purge, Resrulate, Purify, Cleanse and Strenghen.
RADWAY'S PILLS, for the cure of ail disorders ot
the Stomach, Bowels, Kidneys. Blidder, Nervous Dis
eases, Headache, Constipation. Costiveness, Indiges
tion, Dyspepsia. Biliousness, Bilious Fever, Inflamma
tion of the Bowels, Piles, and all Derangements of the
Internal Viscera. Warranted to effect a positive cure.
Purely Vegetable, containing no Mercery, Minerals, or
deleterious drugs. m
observe the following symptoms resulting from
diseases of ths digestive organs: Consumption, Inward
Files, Fullness of th Blood in the Head. Acidity of the
Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust of Food. Full
ness or Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Si-k
ing or Fluttering at the Pit of tLe Stomach, Swimming
of the head. Hurried and Difficult Breathing, Flutter
ing at the Heart, Choking rr Suffocating Sensation,
when in a lying posture. Diran ess of Vision, Dct or
Webs before the Sight. Fever and Dull Pain in the
Head. Deficiency of Perspiration. Yellowress of the
Skin and Eyes. Pain in the Side, Chest, Limbs, and
sudden Flushes of Heat. Burning in the flesh. A f.w
doses of Radwat's Pills will free the system from aJJ
the above named disorderC
Price, 25 Cents per Box.
fff- SOLJJ BY ALL. UKlGtilSTS.
Read False and Trua. Send one letter-stamn to
RADWAY St (X No. 87 Maiden Lane, New York.
Information worth thousands will be sent yon.
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