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The DAN3-V1T~ News. !?FOR 1871. (;ntainin every week FOl(ITY COL I.IMNS oft' clhoice reading 33:l-t ter, printed o4n clear, khianld olut. t.` ('p I a(d tilne white Ilpaper. r i FJN NEWS"is edited by t hemDanmnu [ r\News i:an; is eontrilhtcdl to I,. :;,.orgt, Alfred To'wnisendl, the chief i1 Newspaper Correspondeuts, and ,ther eIxel(lent writers, who will fulnish fresh correspontldence tfo the leading cities, and colltriu l hte to the editorial cohlumns. Thel NEWS has its own Scietitiic, ljashion, Chess andI'Puzzle editors ; pub lishes the best original Iatter, the best m1isCellahy, and the freshestf:;.ud best Iniscelhwy, and the fies'hest and lbest stories. In all its delpartments it is edited withijsrerupulous care, and. is, in eonsequenee one of the best Family .Joluh'lls published. Sample Copies tiee - send for one. TERMS OF SUIlBSCRIPTION: One Year.....................-- ... .1i 200 ti)p:cial rates to,' Postniuasters and clubs. IIAILEY & D1ONOVAN, )Danbury, Conn. Ilarper's Periodicals. IIAIRPER'S MAGAZINE. 'T'here is no monthly Magazine :311 in telligent reading tixmily can less :dford to e,o without. Many Magazines are ac cumul;lted. Harper's is edited. There Is not a Magazine that is printed which shows tllore intelligent pains expandled on its articles and mleehanical execution. There is not a che;aper Magazine pub, lished. There is not, ronftiessedly, a mnore popular Magazine in the world [Now England 1-Holoestead. A repository of biography and history, litoratitoe science. and art, 1u1l111Caled by any other American publieation.-[New York Standard. The most popular, and, in its scheline, the most original of our Magazines. [Nation. 8 --- IIARPEWRS WEEKLY, A Journal of Civilivation. The hest publication of it' class in Andrica, and so far aheads of all other weekly journals as not to adnit of any comljparisonI between it and any of their number. Its Ceolunns contain the finest collrhctions of reading matter that are printed. * * * Its illhstrations u're numnerous and beautiful, being furnished by the chief artists of the conntry.-[Bos ton Traveler. 1larper's Weekly deserves its primacy in this class of publications, alike fo)r the value of its reading matter and the ex cellence of its illuitrat ions. The edito rials on public aflhirs are models of dis (ussionr, weighty and temperate, snpport ing high principles in an elevated tone :and a chastened literary style.--[Examti nor and Chronicle. IIARlPER'S BAZAR, A Repository of Fashion, P'leasure and Instruction. It is really the only illustr;ated chronicler of fiashion in the country. Its sulpplements alone are worth the sub scriptioii price of the papIer. While fully muaintaining its position as a nir' ror of fashion, it also contains stories, poems, brilliant essays, besides general and personal gossip.-[loston Saturday Evening Gazette. There never wds' any paper published that so delighted tihe heart of woman. Never mind if it does cost you a new Ibonnet; it will save you ten times the price in the bonusehold economy it teach es.-[Providence Joerrnal. TERMS: For Harper's Magazine, Weekly and Bazar. flarper's Magazine, one year $4 00 hIarper's Weekly one year 4 00 Harper's Bazar, on year 4 00 Htarper's agazine, Harper's Weekly and Harper's Bazar, for one year, $10; or any two for $7. An extra copy of either the Magazine, Weekly or Bazar will be supplied gratis for every club of live sulbscribers at $4 each, in one remllittance; or six copies for $20, withont extra copy. The postage within the United States is for the Magazine, 24 cents a year; for the Weekly or Bazar, 20 cents a year, payable yearly, semi-yearly, or quarterly, at the ofilce where received. In remitting by mail, a postofilce or der or draft, payable to the order of Harper & Brothers, is preferable to bank notes, since, should thit order of draft be loat.it can be renewed without loss to the send(ler. Address HARPER &. BROTHERS, New York. The Largest and Best and Cheapest Paper in the World is the NASBY'S PAPER. (Fifty-six Wide Columns 8 pages.) For $1.50 per year, in Clubs! With Books almost given away! fT Specimen copies sent free to any addres. Send for a specimen and exam ine it. t" Nasby irites his Political Letters qxvlutsively for the Blade. Address LOCKE & JONES, Toledo, Ohio. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, For Diseases of the Throiat and Lungs, .euch as Coughs, Colds, Whooping. Cough, Bronchitis, Asthma, and Consumption. Among the! great discoveries of mnl ern science. fiw are' jof more real value to mamnkind thian " /this eflcttu:d cem 'elv for all diseases of'the Throat and Lungs. A vast tri il of its virtues, throughout this andl other countries, has shown that it does ' surely andi effectunlly control them. The tes r timony, of our best ciiens, of all cltasses, es 1 tablislies the fact, that CIIi.ltY PCltrorAL will and does relieve and cure the atllicting disorders of the Throat and Lungs beyond any other medicine. Th'le most (dagerous .flb+e tions of the l'ulmona:ry Organs yield to its power; and c:ecs of Consumption, cured by this preparation, are publiclv kinown, so t remarkable as hardly to he believed, .'ere they not proven beyond dispute. As a renm e edy it is adequate, on which the public may a rely fir full protection. By curing Cotughs, the forerunners of :lore serious disease, it saves unummIbere!' lives, and an amuontt of sntli'ring not to be computed. It challenges trial, and convinces the most sceptical. Every tLunily should kep it on hand as a protection against the early and unperceived attacks of l'mnlmonarv Afiections, which are easily met at first, but which become incula i ble, and too often fatal, if neglected. Tender lungs need this defence; and it is unwise to be without it. As a safeguard to children, amid the distressing di.c.ices which beset the l'ihroat ;nd hllest of childhood, CHERRun I'Ec'ronA is invaluhable; for, by its timely use, multitudes are rescued from premature graves, and savel to the love and affection centred on them. It acts speedily and surely against ordinary colds, securing soulnd andil health-restoring sleep. No one will suffer troublesome Influeuza ::al painfil DBron chitis, when they know how easily they can be cured. Originally the product of long, laborious, and successful chemical investigation, no cost or toil is spared in making every bottle in the 1 utmost possible perfection. It nmay be confi 1 dently relied upon as possessessing nil the vir tues it has ever exhibited, and capable of producing cures as memorable as the greatest SIt has ever etlbeted.. PREPARED BY Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass., Practical and Analytical Chemists. BOLD BY ALL DRUGOGIST EVERYWHBEUb ; ,VEGETASLE SICILlAR * HAIR ENEWER. Every year increases the polulari. ty of this valuable Hair Preparation; r which is due to merit alone. We r can assure our old patrons that it is t kept fully up to its high standard; o and it is the only reliable and perfect ed preparation for restoring GRat o FADED HAIR to its youthful color, making it soft, lustrous, and silken. The scalp, by its use, becomes white e and clean. It removes all eruptions and dandruff, and, by its tonic prop erties, prevents the hair from falling out, as it stimulates and nourishes e the hair-glands. By its use, the hair grows thicker and stronger.w In baldness, it restores the capillary glands to their normal vigor, and will create a new growth, except in extreme old age. It is the most eco c nomical HAIr DPRESSING ever used, as it requires fewer applications, and gives the hair a splendid, glossy a appearance. A. A. Hayes, I.D., State Assayer of Massachusetts, says, "The constituents are pure, and care filly selected for excellent yuality; and I consider it the BEST YREPA ,aTIoN for its intended purposes." SSod by all D; ggfsts, and Dealers riV MedidnS Prioe'One Dollar. Buckingham's Dye. FOER TE WHISKERS. As our IRnewer in many cases requires too long a time, and too much care, to restore gray or faded Whiskers, we have prepared this dye, in one preparation; which will 1 quickly and effectually accomplish this result. It is easily applied, and produces a color which will neither rub nor wash off Sold by all Druggists. Price FiRfty Cents. Manufactured by R. P. HALL, & 00C., NASeA. N.H. WILLIAMS' MOWER & REAPER Flieed Mutebiuo made, fat Sthis reason superior lo all atbe. For deeariutlon and prlcea. addrem SEMPLE, BIRGE & CO., 13 South MainStreet, St. Louis. ) Ad please state In what paper yaou ead this I ntl Iprovel Sectin Bo PAESATUD. rtele, sUpeedy nn astse. The shaleri BatScitorploulg Tmnatlln Bl, untl, Plh. la& Trappria ae.. sor ac dsuulpo sn prlceS ddis SEMPLE, BIRGE & CO, 1S 8OUTI MAIN STREET, ST.,LOUIS, W'Aad pines. state in what p4pertyeas tbis i Get your printing done it the V~IYDcATOr R Job Olfice. Gratefuil Thousands proclaim VINEGAR l I'"TEI'S the mitost wonder ful lnvigora!lt that ever sustained the sinking system. No lern'soll can take these Bit ters according to directions, and re main long unwtll, provided their bones are not de(stroyed by mineral poison or other tmeans, and vital or gans wasted beyo::l repair. Bilious, Iim'inittent, an.d In termittent Fevers, which are so nrevalent in the valleys of our great livers throughout the United States, especially those of the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri,' llinois, Tennessee, C'uniberland, Arikansas, Red, Colo rado,, Brazos, ltiho Grandl , Pearl, Alabanmt, Mobile, Savannah, Rlo anoke, Jamw(, and mainy others, with their vast tributaries, through out our entire ,country during the Sunmmer and Ant unmn, a~l d remiarka bly so du'ing season; of unusual heat and lryuness, are invariably ac comtp:anied 'by extensive derange nimets of the stomach and liver, and other abdominal viscera. In their t ,eatment, a purgative, exerting a powerful intluemce upon these vani ous organs, is essentially necessary. T'here is no cathartic for the purpose equal to I)s. J. WALKER'S VINEGARI !.rr'rrs, as they will speedily remove the dark-colored viscid matter with which the bowels are loaled, at the sameine time stimulating the secretions of the liver, and generally restoring the healthy fu::c tions of the dig;c:tive organs. Fortify the body against dis case by purifying all its fluids with 'I.vEGAR I'rTTItS. No epidemiec can take hold of a svystlm thus fore-arnled. D)yspepsia or Indigestion, nead a:h.,, IPai in the Shoulders, Coughs. Tightness of 'he Chest, Dizziness, Sour Eructations of the Stomach. Blad-Taste in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, i'alpita lion of' the Ileart, Inilamnnition of the ,ungs, Paili in the region of the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful symptons, are the olffprings of Dyspepsia. One bot tle will prove a better guarantee of its merits than a lengthy advertisement. Serofula, or King's Evil, White Swellings, Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled Neck, Goitre, Scrofulous Inflammation4, Indolent Inflammations. Mercurial atfec tions. Old Sores. Eruptions of the Skin. Sore Eyes, etc. In these, as in all other constitutional Diseases, WALKER'S VIN Raxg Il m'rarEs have shown their great cur ative powers in the most obstinate and intractable cases. For hlflammilatory and Chronic Rheumatism, G(out, Bilious, Remit tent and Intterlnittent Fevers, Diseaise. of the Blood, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder, those Bitters have no equal. Such Dis cases are caused by Vitiated Blood. Mechanlical Diseasts.-Personis elsgaged in l'aints and Minerals, such as Plumbers, Type sett rs, Gold-beaters and Miners, as tlhey advance in life, are sub ject to panralsis of the owels. To guard against this, take a dose of" W.~Ar:'s V .vEoAR B'rTrrS occarionally. For Skin DIiseases, Eruptions, Tetter, Salt-Rhceun, Blotches, Spots, Pim plea, Pusttiles, Boils, Carbuncles, Ring worms, Scald-head, Sore Eyes, Erysipe las, Itch, Seurf, Discolorations of the Skinu, lHumors and DI)iseases of the Skin of whatever Iame or nature, are literally dug up and carried out of the system in a ahort inme by the use of these Iitters. .Pin, Tape, and otllher Woms, lurking in the system of so many thou sands, are effectually destroyed and re moved. No system of medicine, no ver mifuges, no anthelminitics will free the system from worms like these Bitterd. ForFemale Complaints, in young or old, married or single, at the dawn of womanhood, orthe turn of life, these Ton in Bitters display so decided an influence that inprovement is soon perceptible.' Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever you find its impurities bursting throulb4 the skin in Pimples, Eruptions, or Sores; cleanse it when you find it ob structed and sluggish in the veins; cleanse it when it is foul; your feelings will tell you when. Keep the blood pure, and the health of the system will follow. R. H. JiIeDONALD d CO., Druggists & Gen. Agts., San Francisco, Califor nia. & cor.of Washington ant Charlton Sts,N.Y. Sold by ali DruQgitrs ald Dealers. EYERY FARMER HI8 OWN HILLER - CHALLENGE FEED MILLB Combined 8HELLERANOD GRINOER Will eril say kind e Peed, whetber wet ordrv with ease mINI rai. e Osage Corn and Cob Mills. or Des ebripti sad Prices Mdes SEMPLE, BIUGE & CO., elaetls Ia Dardware, l sseat M ssSt., sT. LOUmIS gWPhrmuae mI m n wte spapr teasrastbWl SORGHUMIH ACIIINERY, CANE II.LS, EVAPORATING PANS, FURNACES. - - Pamphlets dnd Prices sent to parties applying who will please mention in what paper they saW this advertisement. Semple, Birge & Co.. VS SOUTH L/li Sl.. ST. 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It g;ves a sitlort IHistorieal Sketch weekly. Max Adeler (the grea'clt Humorist,) is a regular contributor. "Zig,"' the spiciest of our lady writers, also conitributltes reg ularly. Olive King, Daisy Eychright, Ella Wheeler, &c,, e&c.., are frequent cor respondents. Or' premnliunm Chromo for the coining year, is entitled "ONE OF LIFE'S IIAPPY IOURtIS." It is a bcalty---tho work of Sitclair & Co., one of the oldest andti most cele ibrated tirms in the country. A copy of this Chromo will be giveu to every, year ly subscriber for 1874. Remember! The price of the Post is fifty cents lower to Club Subscribers than the prices of the other first-clasns Week lies, and get we give each of them a Chromo besides! TERMSIS-Always in Advance.-One copy (with Chromo,) $3.00, Four copies (and foir Chromos,) $8.0)0, Six copies (and seven Chromos,) F12.00, eight copies (and eight Clhrmos,) $16.00.. The seuder otf this last club will be entitled to a copy of The Post atnd Chromno gratis. One copy of The Post ($3.00,) and one of Arthur's Home Magazine, ($2.50.) with the Premium Pictures of both periodi cals, will be sent for $4.50. Ten cents extra must be sent for mailing pictures. Ten cents must he sent for every chro nmo ordered, to pay the expenses of mail ing, or 5 cents. if the clromo is desired iuou;ted on card-board 9r niuslin. Sainple numnbers set grlatls. Address, TIlE SATURDAY EVENING POST, 319 Walnut Street, Philadelphia' Nov. 15.--lIy. VIA THE LONE STAR ROUTE ! IxTNTERNTIONAlS AND GREAT NORTHEIR BAILn ROAl,.) Passengers going to Texas via Memphis andl Little RIock, or via Shlreveport, strike this line at Longriew, the Best Route to Palestine, IHearne, Waco, Austio. Huntsville, Houston, Galveston and all points in Western, Central, Eastern and Southern Texai. Passengers via New Orlons will find it the Best Route to Tyler, Mineola, Dallas, Overton, Crockett, Long-iJew and all points in Eastern and Northeastern Texas. This line is well iuift, tlhoroughly eqluipped with every modern improvemelnt, includian New and lElegant Day oaches, Pullnan Pal ace Sleeplifg arn, Westinghouse Air Brakes Miller's Patent Safety Platforlas and Coup. lers; aud nuowhero elso can the passenger no eompletely depend on a speedy, safe and coan. fortable jormnev. The LONE STAR IOUTE has admirably answered tile query: "How to gto tL Texa.s ' by time publication of ant interestiti and trotih fnl document, containing a vahliabl antd cor. r'ict map, whlich cnn be obtained. frecuofmaller. hv addrellssing thle GENiERAL rIC(lETl' SAilEN'T, Iirternational uni(mlld; t Soltherir li .ilroatl. Ilolettou , 'T'exas. lhi~tinil .I F'cl,. i i..1 The Favorite flome Remedy. 'iThi. ini'ivallhd Mledicine i; w,:u'rate, nit to conttain a ;inle' pau'ticlh" i Uof Iercltry o! a:1" i;.11: tns . blh tanuce. W it is I'i:I:OLY VI'(;ETAILE. cuntittinhin t loea' Sotttherli l ov and lidheth4 whiich an il ; u-wise rl'ovidl'ict' has pelal,, in 'untllrir ;t wlhr. Liver I]isiases Ill.ot tprevail. It will turoe all Diseases :lials( bh"y drallgetlluent of the Litver and Iowel. Simmon Liver Rcguaator, or Iledicine, Is emintil yltl}- :a Fa;lnilm hdhcil t ic ; and ,y Ilhaing kept r'ladly lar ilnlmeliate resort will h ave nmaiiny an hour of snltilrin. nid ulay a dolla" iil ti(i tiiul iluictors' hills. After elir Forty Years' trial, it is still receivriigthe liet a tliqulalihietitestiulntial to its virtute ifron persoiis ot. the Hlighest, cha!l:(rteit andil respl'onsibility. Eltineit phvsirians ailltllClInd it as the io.st El'ecitual Sepifif for Dyspepsia or Indi gestion. Armed with this ANTIDOTE, all elina3tei iiand clhanges of watel" and t0od may hoi ftu:ed without finar. As a Ienedy in MA. LAIlIOtI S F'lEVEItS, 11OWL .A COM PLAIN TS, Restlessness, .Jaundice, Nauar:. T II.ZAI. 1TO 2!Q[-TA ,a. It is the Chal,apeis. Purest iand1 l$uet Famali ly Medicine in thel World! Is nlaninfaictlredl only by J. II. ZEILIN & CO., MaIeol, Ga., andi Philadelphia. Prico, One Dollar. Sold by All Druggist%. Dec. 20- ly R. R. R. RADWAY'S READY RELIEF CURES TiHE WORST PAINS In from One to Twenty Minutes. NOT ONE NOUR after realine this advertsement need any one SU'I'EIL WITII PAIN. RADWA~'S KEAIDY RE.IEF IS A CUPR FOI)R I.VESIY PAIN. It was the firtand is The Only Pain Remedy that instantlys topathinr.stexernciating paln, ,alav, Inianunwatin,. and eares io metluntin., whether . tuht Lung+a. SLtouech, iuweis, or uther lndisororlans,t by oae applcauyn. IN'FROM ONET TO TWN'TY MINUTES, no matter how vrolent or excrutatar.l the ialn te JIllI;IR ATIC, ielt-r:,lden. Inirm, 'ripplol, hertou., Neurai&ic, or prostrated with iteaise uzaysuiTer, RADWAY'S READY RELIEF " WILL AFFORD INSTANT EASE. INFAMMATION OF THR KIDNEYS. INF'iLAMATION OF THE BILDDER. INFLAMMATION OF THE BOWELS. C(ONGESTION Of THE LUNGS. SORE THRQAT, DIF'0'IUULT BREATIIINO;. PALPITATION OIF THi HEART. HYSTERICS, CROLvP, IºIP TERIA. CATARIU, IMFLUENZA. HEADACHE, TOOTRACHE:. Ni 'RAl/IlA, RHEUMATISM. COLD CHILLS, AGUR CHILLS. The applieationofthe Ready Relterto thepertor pats w here trie pain or dinicuity exusa will aord ease an1 tconort. Twenty dropstlbalfatnmbler of water wlllltafew anomeutacure CIIKAMPS,SPASIIS,UL' K STOM iAtII, HEAKittURN, SICK HEAIDACIIE, DIAMRRHIOA, DiSI(N EtY 001 CO. WI'ND IN THE UOWELI, andall I'\TERt AL PATAINS. Travelers sho,uld always carry a bottle of Riad* Way's Ready Relief withtaan. A few drope in water wiliprrasut sickness or pias frOnm change ll water. It is bettrlluein French liradylor BlerL mse stimulant. FEVER AND AGUE. FEEVR ANDAGCEcuredforfafty centt. There it I otaremedialageutin tthiswrld that will cure Fever and Atll. and all u.her JIalarionu, _lilous, SicarleS Typhoid. Ye!low, and other Fevers [aldd by RADl WAi'S PII.tlusquickas RADWAT'dB TAIY R LIEF. Fifty centaper bottle. HEALTH! BEAUTY!! STRONG AND FiRE RICt BDOODI--INCREARE OF FLElI AND WEIGIT-ULEAR SKIN AND BEAUTILFULCOMLULKgIIONiCUlED TO AL.I DR. RADWAY'S SalpSiilllln Beolvent THE CREAT BLOOD PURIFIER. BAR IADVETIE HOST ASTONTStIWG CURES : sO QUIOK. iO RAPID ARE THB CIANOBGES. Til BIODY UNDER(lOIS UICDIR THEISNFULU ENCI OF THIS TBULY WONDSBUL MIDICIUM Iv er lay aih beaee ii leI a Weit is Seen all el. Every drop of the BARRAPARIfLTAW _.SOL. ENT communieate throughbthe Blood, Sweat, Urine. und other Fluids and juices of the sa theigerer fie, for itrepairslthe wasrtesof the body withbewasa sound materiaL Serofula. SyphillI. ConsumpUe, Olsadular diseue, a tlcers n theI thres, Mout. Ts mors. Nodea i sth OGladandad ethartsofthes yter LOre iyes, Strlumrousdnihrge s os ear, ae the wort forms of Sina dihsals, Pruatloo , Fu More, ecald Head, Ring Worm,talt Rbeulny .. _ Aene, Blacktpnol, Wormastn the fle, Tumonrs, _ eersn the Womb, and all weakening al dainfal di ehnrel M1IhilSwelsll. io of8pperma . asdtl e ms the l lle, are wlthl Glie 1 euatve u thois. wonderot odern Chemistry, andatew days' usewi provetoay persoa pingla~treithber oflhb lerd disoselits oientpow oerethem. fLthe pacen, dilybecoming redeal baythewedms aniddenomO!ips ontat is cantiontina pllyroning, s ceedsorresingthese wastes, andreas te M wtIhew maste-lJamada froma healthy blood-ead ti tIhe SARSAPARIILLIAN willtad doeaae-cureM-a iscertlain; tor when meone thi remedy eommensce woorkofrpuritlcatton, and seceeds la dimalmishieg Ih leusswaulss r will he raiM, sadernydl he ptlentlll ! ! feelhlshllro.wi Ilttr andsronajur, the Fooddiutnl better,ap pt mproving, anm smd welghltnecremaig. 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