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Mliiiulanl.
, teveh akd agtte.
TRT!"1 AD AOI'B eoil for fin ppnt Thn la
4"t a rniilial ant In iliii worlil Mini will rurn Kartr
4nd Aaiia. anil all other Ualartmia, H'Ioiih. Rrark-t,
frih.li, Talli.w, and other Kr.Tnra Inulnl h KAII
tl! i I'll. I.HI an quirk RAUYVAY a BKaUV UK.
Ur. mj tcuu par bullla.
HEALTH! BEAUTY!!
' 4troni7 A"n rrnr. mrn prnnn-lvrnEAPT!
i or ri.tSII A.M WI.IIIIIT I.LAIC KKIN ANI
; HXAL'TlfCL CUlllXliXION ttElXKEU TU AI.U
DR. RAD WAY ' G
I Sarsaparilliai Resolvent
tH2 GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
4 AH AB1! TtlR nT ASTOWTSTTTVrt rrRFS: so
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JtoU riMDERLOKR, TNIIEII TUB 1MKLI KSi'K
" lir TlilM THULT WUNUtUrLL, MbDICINK,
TUAT
Every Bay aa Increase in FIesI
ami feisiit is Seen and Felt.
T.wtrr dmn f th KABPAPATULUA BFISOT.
TKSTcommiintctMtlirouh (he Blwul, Sweat, Urine.
Snttothor Fluid and julcennf th ystfin the Yior of
fm, far It rimtrll.e wnittm of tli bny wltli nw una
itiiiiil malorifil. HrrntulK, 8vi.lHK CoiMiimiitlnri,
Oiatidular fltH-AM, t'lnor in the tiirnftt, M'xMh. Tu
ftturt, Nnalfttn theGlaiirtnanil othr artmf Hu- viteiii.
0mm Bvea, Ktrnmoruut dimrtianrt. ircni l hit Kam ami
tM worn fnrni of Bktn d.neti-M, Kniinurtw. Fkvit
Aort Hral1 Head, Rlntf Worn.. Hall IIIhiuiti. Krvnjpelas,
Acnm, Black Spot. Worm in lliv Klcsh. Tuniori. fan
an In lh Wnmb, ami all weaaemait and puinlul dli
ibirni, Nlfc'ht Bweata, Loan of Krm and nil of
tb lira pHut'lple, aro within tha citrutkve rnnge of this
nrl.r.ir U.wirn Chmutrv. and a few duvtv nw will
t:
irora to any perton usiiig uior rnurr oi uiuau iurui ui
llMMM It pottnt powar to cura thm.
j,r tna niinni, naiiy nflcfnninji rrunreu n inn
ji.iflcotnpniiltion lhat in continually pnn:riiiiiiK.
ri4a In arrcatlng Uim wtttan, nd rcipalr. I lie pame
with tmw mntrrlitl mi-le frtnu hoallliv IjIimmI and UiH
Uto dAaSAI'ARUJilAN will ftnd dc occure a euro
li eerialn; for wlicn once till remedy cornmni,s iU
WrR OI piirmranon, ana rJUCC-eu.m omnm-Miini .110
loMof want en, ita n-pair will be rnntd. and fry day
thf patient will feel bimMlt urowlnp better and slronci-r,
the fiNMl dlttoaiinit batter, appaiite UiiproviiiK, and liven
' and w tilth t IncreafthiK. .
Not only dia tho 8HAriittitt nor.rinrr e'sctl
II kuowa remedial afcenwinthacnre of Chronic, licro
futuua, CtmetltuUonal, aud Sktu ducuea; but It i tut
oly poaiuvseura for k
f Kidney & Bladder Complaints,
rrlnary and Womb dlMawi. Orarel rtlabetea, Prnpr,
tuppaftc of Water, Incontinence of urinti, Briuht's Di
ae, Albuminuria, and In all eaaoe wtierv there are
fcrtck-diMtdupoalta. or the water in thtrk, r loud v. mixed
with ubtaiKe like the white of an Kg, or thrbadn Uko
white aulk. or there ! a morbid, dark, bllinn appear
Anre. and white bone-Onat depnulw, and whm thvre M
prteklna;, burning aenaatioo when naatng water, ana
pam w the Small of Uie Back aud along the Loina.
Tumor of 19 Year9 Growth
Cured by Radway'i Resolvent
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arnMllr taitlai. alirntlT eoalad Willi wat aiim.
ITirta refulale. narllT, drain and ulniwthan. Had
waTa'pX forth care ol all dajorder. or the Wnmach.
I.i.r. Bow-la. KrfuT, madder. N-r.oua pi.ca..
Hrartaeha. llonatlpallon. Cnttin-nun, ltidlwrtlon. Ilia
.na. BiihMMi-aa, Billoua Kaver. Iiillaiuniailon of ihe
llowala. fllea, and all Doranfoniciitu of the In rnl
y'K!H. W.Trlnted toeltml a iHWlilv. run IW
.f.tahle,eooLauuDg ho Ularoury, uiaeralaurdclelen-
,A faTd- ef BADWATR rn.1.8 will Jre. tfci . arj
tui from all Uie above named diirilcra. I'rice, 16 cents
.rRo. (OLD BI IlKUUUISTA ,
RRAD "rAIJiR AND TBl'K - Rend Due letter
rami t RADWAT A -0 No 3 w;rem t, ktw
r Vork Inferiuatioal worth thouaaiula will be aent yoa.
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CLOTHING,
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wXTt KEW YORK.
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lf'l'oi'lfd III Cuiriniuire, TrHilf Kilmiiri'.
Ami in ifeneml, ft thorough, iili'-uwuko lumi
neia tiimi.
A ml prornrn emploTmpiit for Inm nfn-rwRril".
The M01111J I'ilv Iimh nonr1 more kooH nitu
Ktions fur in atii.lciile lliHti any other iumiliiiion
in llie Went. t
Wo luive now perfer-fnd ylf mutic plan Uy
wliirh we inuke "pei inl roiit'iii't".
fJUAHANT KING SITUATIONS
to tlioao who liui'h llm collfm mtiililftmily
TKI.KfiKAI'Hl.VO.
Kill1 contne iid nituHtioiia GuiiianlocJ on new
litiea bv Hpfi-ial contrHrt. ,
Kor circulara nni) further inform nlion. hiMicfk
TIIOS. A. KICI!, rrenlilfiit.
rrarchlfi-lT No. aia N. St.
EAR N H Y'
FLUID EXTRACT
s
11 V C II V I
The only know remedy for
right's Disease,
And a poeitive remedy for
Gon., Grvel, Strictures, Di.bete, Dys
pepsia. Nsryouk Debility, Dropsy,
Nor retention or Incontinence of t'riue, Iirita-
lien, IufUnwtiou er L'lcoralion of the
BLADDER and KIDNEYS,
8PERM ATOIiRlKEA,
LenoorrbrpRor Wliitei, DieeHBenof tilt Prostrate
GlRnd.Stoue in the Waddar,
CoIcnlOrRvelorHriekdiist Dnpoeit Bnd Macm
or Milky Discharges.
KEARSEY' S
EXTRACT B V C H r
l'ermnnently Cores all Diseases of the
Bladder, Kidneys. and Dropsica
Swellings,
Existing in Men. Women Rnd Children.
UruNo Matter What tbo Age I
Pmf Steele ears: "One bottle of Kearney's
Fluid Extinct Itachn is worth more than all otherr
liuclins combined."
Price. One Dollar per Bottle, or Six B ittles fo
Five Dollars.
Depot, 101 Dnane street New York
A PSi-.irien in attendance to answer rorree-
poudeuce and give advice gratis.
rjw6'end stamp for Pamphlets, free.SJ
Bold hy all Druggists.
TO THE
Berrss 4 DrklllOlcat
Of Both Sexes
A' Ckarge or Advict oni Conmllalion.
Dr. J. B. Dtott, gradnaUol Jefferson
Madioal College. Philadelphin, author of
several valuable works, esn t4 consnlted
on all diseasea of the sexual or Urinary
Organs (which he has made an especial
study) either in male or female, no matter
from what cause originating or of how long
standing. A practice of 30 years enables
him to treat diseases with sue less. Cares
guaranteed. Charges reasonable. Tboss
at a distance eta forward letter describing
aymptom and enclosing stamp to prepay
poet&ge.
Bend for the CiuJe to Healtl. . Price 10c.
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Physician and SorgeoD, 104 Doaoe St. N. T.
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l!i in Jiftt f y Viit ami fouth, u Uitb
(lir) jioliliril iin'l tnilorinl It;jti of
ttif fo'iiilty. I.ft tliffi m'l'ftl Nnw
llnIiin I r'jiiru lint it hu lyi lii'
g it mriit in fnitriri lul Jf'i". mi I b a I
it s tvn.l " tin liT.) tif the nntinti "
nftrr fir.it indifiin on jiuiting tint
lilo in iliuiily pcil I '' Man propose,
but God (li.'Oif. Wlnt w ill l.c
ihe ultimate result? Thu rn'l l not
yet, liut tlio inj is fileritly ami fact
nptiroucliing wlien even the tilood
Btniuuil 1 tiinlor acquiri-il ly tlm war,
wi'l (litai'car, nnd its bsses bo great
er than it gains.
Tho day u Biletitly but last approach
ing when tlio arrogance ot hearties
power, fo cruelly ninnifefted towards
others wronged and outraged by its
priced, will be exchanged lor Ihe hu
niiliation and weaknes. ol a fallen
and parasitical destiny. This is the
late willi which the foolish and
vicious machinations of Rmliculism
no threaten New England. Its
falnc philosophy and polities '; its il
legal and infamous agitation against
the Constitution ; its perfidious covenant-breaking
; its bloody civil war;
its taxes on tho Industry of tho
wholo land for its benefit ; its debt
imposed on the Nation as a burden
on the whole people that its monopo
lists aud speculators might reap the
advantages of the labor and industry
of others ; its attempted deduction
of Southern Civilization and any
capacity for re.-dstanso of its tyranl
ic.il demands : what is the result,
not as mnn proposes, but Cod in his in
crutable Tiovidence orders ? The rc
suit is that in tho course of a single
decado from the dato of theso occur
rences, the Political and Financial
overthrow, and tho prospective deg
radation of New England has been
witnessed 1
But Conpervati.-'in in its restored
Rear-on and Justice, may even save
Massachusetts. We must strive to do
so. When tho West and the South
6hall hereafter reign, it must rule not
not vindictively, but with an en
lightened sense of liberality and in a
spirit of fraternal responsibilities.
LIVINGSTONE.
We are informed that great prepa
rations have been made lor tho funer
al of Dr. Livingstone, tho African
Explorer which was to have taken
place last Sunday, and that bis re
mains arc to be laid in Westminister
Abbey among the great and renowned
of England. Is it all a Faico and a
TT,it? Sn think Col. Kobt. Ivler
Tyle
of tho Jlontgorrery News, who says:
DISPOSED OF AT LAST
London, April 11. Tho funeral of
Dr. Livingstone will take place on the
19th. Tho government will pay f 1,-
200 toward, the expenses of the obse-
quic?. An appeal aigneu uy iarou
I 1 1 T
nena Rnrdctt Coutts, Messrs. Ken
nard, Horace Waller, Sir Bartle
Frero and others, ask for subscrip
tions for the support of the children
and two aged sisters of tho deceased,
who ao in straitened circumstances.
"Some weeks ago our Associate,
who, being a muchjoungcr and more
naturally ctedulons man than we aie,
entertained a different opinion from
our own on tho subject, expressed in
the '-News" his belief in tho Dr. Liv
ingstone story, lie is reslly convinc
ed that the evidence in the case . sus
tains its credibility; and that Stanley
actually diecovercd old Livingstone,
(dead these man years'.) at Ujiji;
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nil iin i'iri ln' iiiui 11111 win-1
f4ftl woii'l'rful Aniffi' in l'oliftiiinn
New Voik Hi-ful l,
We ha n fi.llowiil lli litif of tf !
tk-nefl i:oiiiecutirl on which tlifl case
li madi? tu Rtati l, end wa r nntirfij J
from it Intrinnie dofectn and tho g"n
cral (.b'urdity ol thfl Idea at the very
ba-in of il.n liivciitinn, that a more a
louiMling pii'cc of (invtrnmrnt lying
and ft rnoro andaviotm intnnt:o ol
litinibtif have not happened during
tho hint cniluiy in tho world.
Many pcrnon cm surprised that
we should imagine tho " renpcctablo "
liritish Government aided or abetted
by some quad Government Institu
tions in England should bavo thus
sought to impo?e on tho world. They
forgot or do not know, perhaps, that
of all liars Governments in their so
crct service are the most unscrupulous
and of oil Governments, that of
Great 1'i itian is tho most dexterous,
accomplished aid habitual liar! The
queerest part of tho business is that
there is no end to human credulity,
and mankind always more readily
and sympatl.otically bestow their con
fidence on an ingenious falsehood,
than on tho sober reality ot pome
plain truth. A romantic story is
very captivating to most minde, and
mere truth allows no margin for the
marvelous and the indulgence of a
luxuriant fancy.
When "the Herald Expedition," eo
called, was first ppoken of two or
three years ago, for tho discovery tf
Dr. Livingstone, wo felt instinctively
that it would bo patronizod by the
British Foreign OIBce, aud that the
Herald would bo (as no doubt it
has been) simply tho employee of
the British Secretary. When Cap
tain Stanly assumed afterwards
to have fajjnd old Livingstone
alive at Ujiji, and to have left him
there at his request, after his many
years ef isolation and despair passed
rmong tribes of barbaric negroes,
from which condition ho bad been so
unexpectedly and providentially res
cued; when the old traveler was at
onco converted from bis original pur
pose of trying to ascertain tho geog
raphy of interior Africa and to dis
cover the source of tha Nile into an
Abolition essayist writing down the
Sultan of Zanzibar for his cruelty in
permitting Ihe immemorial slave
trado among his black suqjects to go
on; when presently we observed an
expedition got up by the British Gov
ernment against this Sultan of Zanzi
bar, when, tie expedition being well
on its way, with the sympathies of tho
United States because of the romantic
interest of our sensible people in
dear old Dr. Livingstone and because
ot the laudable object, so commended
nd advocated by tho good Living
stone, of suppressing slavery on the
coast of Africa as the philanthropic
yankeess had suppressed slavery in
the United States, and not. of course,
for any commercial or other interest
ed plan relating to British empire in
Africa when, we say, Livingstone
had been made to play h:s role ot
African abolitionist, be was again,
noor old creature, turned astray on
his travels to find the sources of the
Nile, it really did seetn to as that the
Farce was so apparent that no person
of observation and good common
senso could bo deceived by the Hoax.
As a test for the Foture, we offered
to wager, in the Advertiser, that Liv
ingstone would never be produced
alive in Europe or America! We
declared that be would be killed at
the first opportuno moment, aad that
an attempt would be made to fraud u
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(iMrKH. Law No. HI J
AN ACT lo fit the r ito of Iritail'ii
fr Iho year 171.
HicrtOM 1. Be it enacted by ths
legislature of tho .'lute of Miiipp,
That for lh- yrnr 1971 thore shall bs
ai!"rd and collected, fr general
purposed, a tsx of sixth and three-fourlh-tenths
of one per centum on
tho value of aH property, real and
personal, not exempted by law, money
rightu in action, solvent notes, ac
counts, bonds, and stock in Incorpora
ted companies; Provided, That noth
ing herein contained shall bo constru
ed to repeal that part of icction 1663
of tho Revised Codo of 1871 which
requires a special tax of ouo-tenth of
one jver cent, to be levied and collect
ed in currency, to meet tho princ'pal
and interest of certain bonds; nor sec
tion nine of an Act entitled an Act
io fund tho filiating debt of the State
and issue sinking lund bond, and for
other purposes, approved April 4,
1S72: Provided further. That the tax
levied by this Act shall remain the
levy uniil repealed.
Sec. 2. Bo it further enacted, That
this Act take effect and be in force
from and after its passaeo.
Approved April 2, 1871.
General Law No. 34.
AN ACT to amend Section 1747 ot
the Revised Code of 1871 in rela
tion to tax on privileges.
Section 1. Bo it enacted by the
Legislature of the State of Mississip
pi, That section 1747 of the Revised
Code of 1871, be and the same is
hereby amended so as to provide for
a tax upon additional pnvilcges,whica
is hereby levied, as follows:
Upon stores of all descriptions,
and all kinds of merchandise
of any kind is kept and of
fered for sale, where the
stock in trado at any time
is over $100, and under
tl.000. t 5 00
Over $1,000 and under $2,000 10 00
Over $2,000 and under $5,000 20 00
And over $5,000 25 00
Upon each livery stable in cit
ies or towns of ono thou-
sand inhabitants, or less, 5 00
Of over one thousand and less
than 2000 inhabitants 10 00
Of over two thousand and un
der 3000 inhabitants, 15 00
Of over 3000 inhabitants. 25 00
Upon each transient vendor of
horses and mules, 25 00
Upon each real estate agent, 10 00
Upon each claim agent, 10 00
Upon each pawnbroker, 50 00
Upon each bank of discount or
deiiosit, mcitieB or towns or
two thousand inhabitants or
less 150 00
Of over two thousand and un
der four thousand inhabi
tants. 100 00
Of four thousand inhabitants, 200 00
Upon each practicing lawyer, 10 00
Upon each receiving and for
warding commission mer
chant 20 00
Sec. 2. Beit further enacted, That
this Act take (fleet and be in force
from and .after its passage.
Approved April 6,1874.
When it is remembered that the
Democratic papers are about the ouly
protection the property owners and
tax-payers hare, it wou'd seem to be
their first duty to give them all the
support in their power. This is espe-i
cially true, taking into consideration
the fact that people are forced to pro
vide lor Radical sheet.
Yicksburger.
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i'stf, In t)4 fiififff liffeiniftrf p4
i;rilf:il. 1't. V'tf s'lsll 4 I I It 1i4 4?r
ititfi fitufj tf His rsaliy or pfrsofint.
ly, or both, of Ids pr-ip r y ol evey
county, will :h tlifj lifttiefo ti ofl al
or I lielow lt tru vnlim In monry
such jrff cnlutn In rach eni ss will
rain the same to Its true taltii In
money.
2d. They sliall ilelu'-t from the flt
grrgale valuation of the realty and
prionalty of the property of every
lioiiiity which they believe to bo tat
usd above its troe value, such per
centum in each case as will reduce tho
satno to its valoo in motif).
3d. If they believe that right and
justice require tho valuation of tho
realty and porsonalty of the property
of any town or towns in any county,
or the realty or personalty of such
county not in towns to be raised, or
to be leduccd without raising or re
ducing it in the same ratio, tlicy may
in every such caso add to or take
Irom tho valuation of any ono or
more of such towns, or of property
not in towns, such per centum as they
I'clieve will raiso or reduce tho samo
to its truo value in money.
4th. They shall not reduce the ag
gregate value of all the property of
the state as returned by the County
Assessors.
5th. Said Board shall keep a full
record of their proceeding and orders
and four members of said Bard shall
constitute a quorum for the transac
tion of business.
Sec. 2. Be it further enacted, That
when the State Board of Equalization
completo their equalization of real
an! personal property among the sev
eral counties of the Btate, the Auditor
of Public Accounts shall transmit to
the Clerk of tho Board of County
Equalization, a statemeot of tho per
ccntnm to be added to or deducted
from the valuation of tho real or per
sonal property of his county, specify
ing the per centum added to or de
ducted from the valuation of the real
cr personal property of each of the
several towns, and of the real and
personal property not in towns in
case an equal percenium has not been
added to or deducted from each, and
said Clerk shall rroceed to add to or
dduct from each tract or lot of real
or personal property in his county,
the required per centnroon the valua
tion thereof as it stands after the
same has been equalized by the Coun
ty Boards of Equalization.
Sec. 3. Be it further enacted, That
the Auditor of TuMic Accounts shall
on or before the first day ot June an
nually, give notice to eaeb County
Assessor of the rates of per contum
required by the State Legislature to
bo levied for the payment of the prin-
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dclraying tne expenses ot tne state,
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and for such other purposes a are
prescribed by law, which rates or per
centum shall be levied by the County
Aseesssr on the taxable property ol
each county, on the assessment roll,
and shall be entered in one volume
and denominat d State Taxes.
Sec. 4. Be it further ena ted, That
so much of the laws o this state as
requites the owners of property to
make oath to tho value thereof, be
and the same is hereby repealed, and
it shall be and is hereby made the
duty of the several Connty Assessors
to asses the value ot both real and
personal property at what they judge
to be its true value.
Sec. 5. Be it further enacted, That
this Act shall take effect and be in
fjreo from and after its passage.
Approved April 2, 1874.
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, A.f411 M. fcott, f fo4lf
Crolir,, t,( Sfffllffnt libit, I'll
frjoyr I hi bfad 4fi'J t4f, 41
wif firM-fl! J'i l4 i( whitliy.
fl. Ilifam O. Runnlt, of 0iof
find of 4 frolif, 44ilf tIwl,
II. tn pt Ii drink tirofmely, and U
rsm4 ry lrritU4 nd imgnafrlon.
10, Oi.arlrs ITiteh, f r'ooth
! Carolina, Vmperats, bat drank his
ulierry and l.ilteri.
II. A. O. McN'ult, of Virginia.
conld dri' k as much as 'any other man,'
not tmrticnlar what ho drank wonM
get very drunk, and then very argu
mentative and annoying, but never lost
his memory or Lis mind.
12. T. M. Tucker, of North
Carolina ; in early lifo said tn hava
been addicted to liquor, but when
(7ovornor he never displayed wines
or spirits at bis entertainments.
13. A. O. Brown, o! South Car
olina, of moderato and well regulated
habits, bnt exceedingly hospitable
and genorom, always provided the
best for bis frionds, and would tip
glasses with them.
11. J. W. -Vattltew", of Ten
nessee, of excellent habits.
15. John A. Quitman, of New
York, of well regulated habits, nev
fell into extremes, but relished a
good bcttlo of wine, or even a woll
flavored bowl of punch.
16. II. S. Footo. of Virginia,
temperate, but soirrolinvs took a so-
cial glass.
17. John J. .McRae, of Missis
sippi, of ardent, mercurial tempera
ment, a keen relish for anything deli
cate and piquant, extremely social,
easily overcome by any excess, and
was often surprised by the tempter
No man was ever more loved.
And with this I close the list, as I
was never at Jackson after Gover
nor McRae ratired from office, until
long after the war. Those distin
guiahed gentleman Pettns, Clarke,
and Humphreys all elected by tbo
people, were called in insuccession to
the executive chair, and tho late
William L, Sharkey by a commis
sion from President Johnson. In
office each maintained its honor and
dirrnity. standing in all respects
above reproach, bnt were not tee
totaler3.
liODEBATOB.
Church Oboaji ob Piajto. Parties
3esirirg to pnrthase a Piano or Church
Organ will find it to their interest to ad
dress the Star Offloe as we are willing to
make liberal diecooat on the Agent'a pnb-
ished pnees.
N. B. As we learn that some prnons
have anpposed that it b a second-hand
piano we wish to dispose of, we desire to
state tbat we bare no snob piano or
church organ to sell, bnt tbat they ar
at the Salesroom ID
Mobile and aohjrtct to our order. tl
A Sure Remedy fob a FELOJf.-l
Tnis very painful eruptiou, with al
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i mo reraeuies recomraeuaeu, is -
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aom arrestea nntn it lias) inn ar-
tain conrse, after causing great m-
r. e . .1 1 . L .1
feringfor two or three days And
nights. The following remecy is)
voBched lor by the Buflalo "Adertis-
eras a certain thing from its' owa
knowledge: "Take a nint of common
soft soap and stir in air slackid lime
till it is of the consistency of glazier
pntty- JUake a leather uirabie, nil
it with this compound and' insert the
finger therein, and a cure, is certain."
Ibis is a domestic appScation that
every house keeper can apply prompt-
Puxo roil Sal. Anyone content
piating tlte porchase ol a Piano will
find it to his or ber interest to com
municato ith the Editor of the Star.
We have a new one or sale and will
make a liberal discount.

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