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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 3, 1876)
He knows not the path of dnty
Who taji that the way Is sweet:
Bit bo who it blind to the beauty,
And find but thorns fox bis feet.
Her smile is sunlight, and her laugh
That sunlight set to tuiie;
Her lips the honey bee might qaatl.
And dream of buds In June.
Compliments onto a woman's beauty
Are sweet to the possessor of that neauty;
Nor can she whohy hate the man who pays tl.ein
Tfceftgn at were seren times black.
Many a maiden's cheet is red
By Up and laughter thither led;
And flattering bosoms come and go
Under the Druid mistletoe.
Let welcome warm as one can wish
Make seasoning for our oysters,
And fun go bubbling In each dish
Of soup that girl or boystlrs.
Take the bright shell from Its home on the lea,
And wherever It goes It will slug or the sea:
So take the fond heart from Its home and its
It will slue of the loved to the ends or the earth.
'Tls a funny thing to be funny.
And to say funny things for run ;
But when we are funny for money,
Oh! what becomes of our fen!
Some lore a-many loves,
But my love's number one;
An one Iotc another love,
Ue'd a better love none.
"Only a lock or golden hair,"
The lover wrote, "Perchance touiijht
It formeth on her pillow fair
A halo bright."
"Onlyalockof golden hair,"
The maiden, smiling, sweetly said.
As sne laid it over the back of a chair.
And went to bed.
Railroad ts. Stage Coach.
On this point Charles F. Adams, Jr
observes, writing In the February Allan
tie: In proportion to the whole number
carried, the accidents to passengers in
"the good old days of stage coaches"
were, as compared to the present time
of the railroad dispensation, about as
sixty to one. This result, it is true,
cannot be verified in the experience
either of England or of this country,
for neither the English nor we possess
any statistics in relation to the earlier
period; but they have such statistics iu
France, and very reliable they are alfio,
stretching over a period ot more than
forty jears. If these French statintics
held true of New England and con
sidering the character of our roads, con
veyances, and climate, their showing
is more likely to be in our iavor than
against U3 if they simply held true,
leaving us to assume that stage coach
traveling was not lesa safe in Massa
chusetts than in France, then it would
follow that to make the dangers of the
rail of the present day equal to those of
the highway of half a century back,
some eighty passengers should annually
be killed and some eleven hundred in
jured within the limits of Massachusetts
alone. These figures, however, repre
sent rather more than fifty times the
actual average, and Irom them it would
seem to be not unfair to conclude that,
notwithstanding the great increase of
population and the yet greater increase
In travel during the last half century,
there were literally more persons killed
and injured each year in Massachusetts
fifty years ago through accidents tOEtage
coaches than there are now through acci
dents to railroad trains.
One trick of our time I should like to
have a word with, and that is, the habit
ot over-ornamenting everything. It is
not merely that we over ornament;
where ornament is advisable as all this
is a natural enough fault to fall into, but
we ornament a thousand things thht
ought not to be ornamented. It is harJ
to find an object of merchandise to day
that has not ornament (so-called) of
some kind stuck or fastened upon it.
That terrible word "bare" seems to have
frightened us all, and driven us to cover
the nakedness of things with whatever
comes to hand. We cover our note
paper with clumsy water marks, we put
"monograms" (though "many grams"
would express better the multitudmous
ness and intricacy of these illegible
devices) on our clothing, on our bed
linen, on our table linen, on our books
and title pages, on our carriages and
silver our silver 1 Oh, was there ever
silver like unto ours for knobs and welts,
and wrinkles and spikes, and everything
that silver shouldn't have ? If the reader
will .look about him, he will certainly
find in his own surroundings, for we can
none of us wholly escape, the justirija
tion for this criticism. The aichitects
cannot design a house 01 a cnurch, but
they must carve every stone, cover the
walla with cold, discordant tile, break
up every straight line with cuts and
chamfers, plow every edge into mold
ings, crest every roof ridge, and dormer
window with painted and gilded iron,
and refuse to give us a square foot of
wslTon which to reft the tired eye.
Within, the furniture follows in the same
rampant lawlessness. The beauty of
simplicity in form; the pleasure to be
had from lines well thought out; the
agreeableness of unbroken surfaces
where there is no gain in breaking them;
harmony in color, and, on the whole,
the ministering to the satisfaction we all
have in not seeing the whole of every
thing at once these considerations the
makers of our furniture, 4 fashionable"
and "Canal street" alike, have utterly
ignored, and the strife 'has long been,
who shall make the loudest chairs and
sofas, and give us the most glare and
glitter for our money. Clarence Cook's
House Furnishing Papers, in Scribnerfof
Picklkd Mtjttox Hams. Three gal
lons soft water, one pound coarse sugar,
two ounces saltpetre, three pounds
common salt. Boil and remove the
scum, and when cold pour over the meat.
la two or three weeks the ham will be
excellent for baking or boiling. It may
be smoked if preferred.
Embroidery that Is Worth While.
There is 110 such waste of time, money1,
und patience as the worsted work and
embroidery to which our ladies give up
so much ot tbeir leisure. It isn't beau
tiful, it isn't useful, and it stands much
in the way of educating the eye and the
general taste. Of ejurse girls will
always make slippeis and smoking caps
foi young men at least I hope so; they
enjoy making them, and the young men
are not what I take 'em for if they don't
enjoy getting them. Tiiere is no reason
whatever why these things should not
be well designed; but they never will be
so long as the utrls are so wanting in
taste as to put up with the patterns they
find in the shop3. I suppose, however,
if the young men and maidens were not
so easily pleased, or had a taste of their
own,there would be a supply of patterns
to meet a more exacting demsnd. So
long as people are in the infantile state
ot mind that is pleased with little imps
and devils careering over slipper toes, or
chasing one another along a lambrequin,
or with foxe3' heads and tails, hunting
cips and whips, or with any out of the
whole catalogue we all know so well, not
much can be hoped for. But the advice
to take up embroidery did not have lef
erence to little love and friendship
tokens of the cap and slipper tribe. It
was intended to apply to mere serious
works, such as coverings for furniture,
hangings for doors or walls, and the
like. Since things took a turn in Eng
land, and the arts of furniture and house
decoration began to Interest artists and
architects, and the new doctrine fouud a
sacred poet to father it and ssve it from
sinking into trade and commonplace, the
arts of embroidery have been inspired
with new life, and hive enlisted in their
service a number of good talent, who
have not only given pleasure to the pub
lic, but have found pleasure and profit
in it lor themselves. Some of the ladies
belonging to the families of the house of
Morns, Marshall & Co., have disiin
guishod themselves by the beauty and
originality of their designs, una no les3
for the excellence of the workmanship;
and they have bee, me important mem
bers of the business, tlieir work and
their tinte having not a little to do with
the success of the enterprise. Clarence
Cook, in Scribnerfor February.
M'oHien nt Michigan University.
Having been in happy operation for
twenty nine years as a university exclu
sively . for men, in the year 1870 it
opened its doors in all departments for
the admission of women. According to
the most recent returns, one hundred
and seventeen of that sex are now avail
ing themselves of the right to univer
sity instruction thus recognized. In
the distribution which they have made
of themselves among the several depait
ments, there is no little significance
four of them having chosen the Jaw,
forty-seven medicine, and sixty-six
literature and science. Before 1870
there were several colleges in America
which had adopted the system of co
education; but all of these had a
doptcd that system fiom the beginning.
Michigan is the first university which,
having begun its life and attained emi
nent success upon the old exclusive sys
tem, then deliberately incorporated up
on itsef the new and more comprehen
sive plan. The resolution to do so was
by no means a hasty one, or taken with
much checnulness. It had been under
consideration for twenty years, and
when adopted at last, it was adopted
with no little anxiety. Our experience
of five years hi3, I think, convinced
everybody here that this anxiety was
not well founded. Neither good order
nor the scholarship of the University
has suffered any harm from the presence
of ladies in its class-rooms; while the
physical disasters to the women them
selves, which an eminent medical au
thority has of late clearly demonstrated
to be the penal consequences of femin
ine toil at the dry and arduous tasks of
university study, have thus tar strangely
failed to make their appearance in this
neighborhood. Indeed, the ladies here
seem to thrive ludicrously well under
the ragged regimen to which they have
been put; and their omission to verify
the predictions of an a priori alarm is
something bordering upon the cruel.
A benovolent mind observing these
things can hardly do less than utter a
word of kindly caution to all persons
who still de3irc to take unalloyed com
fort in the doctrine that women are not
fit for universities, or that universities
are not fit for women; such persons
should abjure the neighborhood or in
stitutions like the University of Michi
agn, and faithfully limit themselves to
speculative data. By Prof. Moses Coit
Tyler, in Scribnerfor February.
An Unnsnal Freak of Nature.
John "Wilson brought to this office
yesterday an ancient curiosity curious
from its ate and the position in which
it was found, rather than from its ap
ptarance. The object referred to is a
stone, oval shaped, about two inches
long and one inch in width; around the
longitudinal and latitudinal centers a
slight groove is cut, as though it had at
some time been tied to some object with
a string, in the manner of an arrowhead.
The stone was taken from an oak tree
recently cut down at Holden; the tree
made thirty four cords of wood. This
curiosity was found in a part ot the
trunk fourteen feet from the ground,
where the diametrical mcasurment was
six feet. The wood was solid above,
below, and around the stone, with the
exception of a small cavity in which the
specimen lay; here was seme decayed
wood and a small piece of bark. There
were two hundred and seventy-six con
centric rings or layers outside the bark.
Stockton (Cal.) Independent.
Chased by Cattle.
Iu the February installment of
Gabriel Conroy (Scribnert Monthly)
Bret Ilarte gives the following descrip
tion of how one of his characters,
Arthur Poinsett, wandering out from the
the walls of the "Blessed Trini'y," was
surrounded by cattle. It has been pro
nounced a singularly faithful bit of
description by persons who have crossed
Possibly something else caused him
for the moment to dismiss her from his
mind. During his rapid walk he had
noticed, as an accidental, and by no
means an C3senttal feature of the bleak
landscape, the vast herds of crawling,
purposeless cattle. An entirely new
and distinct impression was now form
ing itself in his consciousness namely,
that they were no louger purposeless,
vagrant, and wandering, but were ac
tually obeying a certain definite law ot
attraction, and were moving deliberately
toward an equally definite object. And
that object was himself 1
Look where lie would; before, behind,
on either side, -north, east, south, west,
on the bleak hill-tops, on the slope ol
the falda, across the dried up arroyo,
there were the same converging lines of
slowly moving objects toward a single
focus--himself! Although walkiug
briskly, and with a certain dcfinlteness
of purpose, he was apparently the only
unchanging, fixed, and limited point in
the'now active landscape. Everything
that rose above the dead, barren level
was now moving slowly, irresistibly, in
stinctively, but unmistakab'y, toward
one common center him-elt ! Alone
and unsupported, he was tl.e helpless,
unconscious nucleus ot a slowly
gathering force, almost immeasurable
in its immensity an 1 power!
At first the Idea was amusing and
grotesque. Then it became picturesque.
Then it became sjimthing for practical
consideration. And then bat no!
with the quick and unerring instincts (.1
a pnverful will, l.e choked down the
next consideration before it had time to
fasten upon or piralyze his strength.
lie stopped and turm d. The llancho of
of the Blessed Trinity was irone! Had
it suddenly sunk in the earth, or hud he
diverged Irom his path? Neither; he
had simply walked over the little eleva
tion in the plain beside the arroyo and
corral, and had already left the llancho
two miles behind him.
It was not the only surprise that came
upon him suddenly like a blow between
the eyes. Tne same mysterious attrac
tion had baen operating in hU rear, and
when he turned to retrace his steps
toward the Mission, he f:ced thestarin"
eyes of a hundred bulla not fifty yards
away. As he face 1 them, the nearest
turned, the next rink followed their ex
ample, and tha next the same, and the
next, until in t!iu distancs he couIJ see
the movement repeated with military
precision and sequence. With a sense
ofrolici, thaf he put aside as quickly as
he hail the snse offea, he quickened
his pi. e, until the nearest bull ahead
broke mto a gentle trot, which was
communicate line by line to the cattle
beyond, u-jt;! tin wlulu herd before
him undulated like i vast monotonous
sea. He continued o:j : cross the arroyo
and past the coiral of du-r, raised by the
plunging hoofs o: the moving mass be
fore him, caused him to stop. A dull
reverberation of the plain a sound
that at first might have been attributed
to a passing earthquake -now bucame
so distinct that he turned. Not twenty
yards behind him rose the advance wall
of another vast, tumultuous sea of toss
ing horns and undulating backs that had
been slowly following on his retreat!
He had forgotten that he was surround
ed. The nearesf. were now so close upon
him that Le could observe them separa
tely. They were neither large, power
ful, vindictive, nor ferocious. On the
contrary, they were thin, wasted, hag
gard, anxious beasts economically
equipped and gotten up, the better to
wrestle with a six months' drought, oc
casional famine, and the incessant buf
feting of the wind wild and untamable,
but their staring eyes and nervous
limbs expressed only wonder and curi
osity. And when he ran toward them
with a shout, they turned, as had the
others, file by file, and rank by rank,
and in a moment, were, like the others,
in full retreat, Rather, let me say, re
treated as the others had retreated, for
when he faced about again to retrace his
steps toward the Mission, he fronted the
bossy bucklers and inextricable horns of
thosa he had driven only a few moments
ago before him. They had availed
themselves of his diversion with the
rear guard to return.
Uappj the heart to whom God has
qiven enough strength and courage to
sufler for him, to find happiness in sim
plicity ami the happiness of others.
E2TMilch cows can be kept in good condition,
and improved In the quantity and quality of their
milt, vy Riving the"n occasional do;e ol Uncle
Sam's Condition Powder.
The Photographic Copying Company of
Barlinpton, Iowa, Is siring employment to hnn
areas of men and women a canvassers for old
pictures to be copied and enlarged, citner plain
or colored. Asjenu wanted In every count vjjd
town in the West.
""As familiar as household words," in
many families, is Eilcrt's Extract ot Tar and
lid Cherry, where it has been tried and found
effee nai for the cure pl coughs, colds and all
When yon desire a worm medicine which Is
safe and sur? In its effect, easy to take, and that
will not disappoint yon, use Laycock's Worm
Killer, it is superior to worm candies and
vermifuges. Sold at every drug store. Twenty
ve cents a bottle.
rils A New and Successint Seir-Cate.
Sufferers from this dread disease and its com pan
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cure themselves. Dr. Roe Is a scientific and sue
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ty Uncle Sam's Ilarnesi Oil fills and closes
the pores of leather, effectually preventing the)
entrance of dampness, dnet, ete. and rendering
the harness soft and pliable, while at the case
tine increasing Its durability-.
Pimples and Humors en the Face. In
this condition of the skin, the Yepetine u the
Rrcat remedy, as It acts directly upon the cane.
It cleanses and purifies tho blood, thereby caus
ing bnmors of all kinds to disappear.
ISETlt yonr none Du a conga, cold. Ian?
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rItc hirn Uncle Sam's Condition Powder. For
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Dn. C. Francois' French Queen Syrup
a sure cure for croop, whooping
cough, and severe colds which settle
on the lungs even in consumption,
chrcnic bronchitis, and catarrh.
The IVench Queen Syrup Is one of the most
powerful remedies that has ever existed in the
world. It is an old French remedy which haa
been in use In France for many years, and has
given great relief to tan snfTerin;?. It is well
recommended by all French physicians in
Europe. Be sure to get no other. Sold by all
first-class druggists and drug dealers In the
sonntrv. at 50 cents per bottle. Addicts Dr. C.
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Sclienck's 1'ulmonic Syrup, Sea Weed
Toulc, anil Mandrake PHI. The-c deserved
ly celebrated and popular medicines hae effected
a revolution in the healing urt, and proved the
fallacy of several maxims which have for many
years obstructed the progress of medical science.
The falfe supposition that "Consumption le in
curable" deterred pbysiciahus from attempting
to and remedies for that disease, and patients af
flicted with it reconciled themselves to death
without making an effort to escape from a doom
which they supposed to be unavoidable. It i
now proved, however, that Consumption ax kk
clt.ed, and that it jiah been cured m a ery
great number of cases (Mime of them apparently
desperate ones) )y Schenck's Pulmonic bprup
alone; and in other caej by the eamo medicine
In connection with Schenckis Sea Weed Tonic
and Mandrake Pills, one or doth, accrordiug to
the requirement!' of the cae.
Dr. Schenck himself, who enjoyed uninter
rupted good health for more than lorty jear, win
puppof-ed, at one time to he at tnc ery gate of
deatii, his physicians having pronounced hi cae
hopeless, and abandoned him to his fate. He was
cured by the aforesaid medicines, an4, tince his
recovery, many thousands similarly aliened have
used 1)-. Schenck's preparations "with the tame
Full directions accompany each, making It not
absolutely necessary personally to see his
patients unless- they wish their lung ex
amined, and for tbi purpose he :s professionally
at his principal officer Corner Sixth and Arch
streets, Philadelphia, every Monday, where all let
ters for advice mut be addressed. Schcuak's
medicines are sold by all druirgintf.
Pomoroy'rt Democrat has been remocd
from New York to Chicago, and conies into its
western race for the new vear like a race horse
ahead ot a drove of mules. It 1" the hottest, level
ct, most readable newspaper in the world, and
contains more news, more truth, more wit, more
gossip, more Information, more good advice,
more eound editorials, more sense, more impu
dence, more grit, mure positive ability, more
candor, mare food for thought than any other
paper we ever saw. And all th's for two dollars
and twenty cents a year. For the past ten years
envious editors hevc lnststcd.ihat "Brick ' Pome
roy has failed, but this cnunot be, for a dead mm
never makes half so much noise as does Pome
uor's Democrat. It is needed right there In tho
city of Cnicago. where at otic bound it has
jumped Into powerful prominence. The coming
man has cornel We cheerfully endorse Mr.
Pumcroy in his now enterprise, and bespeak for
nlm and his paper tta supiiort and conihlencc of
the civilized world, and all the West and South
Look Out for Fun.
The removal of .Pomeboy'k Democrat from
New York to Chicago to,be?in the new year,
means something more than the ordinary reader
might Imagine. The reporte.of the failure of Its
editor and proprietor, and of the euepcnelon of
the Democrat, arc not trne, a the fact that the
Democrat net er mlsacs an Issue, and has been
greatly enlarccl and Improved, concluslvely
The history ol this man ia peculiar and start
ling to the ordinary mind. Beginning business In
La Crosec in 1SG0, without ft iends or capital, but
with perfect reliance on his own power, he soon
wa in a quarrel with almost everybody, but in
face of the greatest opposition a newspaper ever
had, forced his way clear to the front, and in the
most detlant manner stood the brunt of a score of
light?, and by 1863, had there in the obscure city
of La Crosec, the model printing ofllcs of the
West, and a fortune of nearly half a million, of
Then he went to New York to help advocate
the greenback idea, and soon was in a hotter light
with the Democratic thieves of that city than he
had ever been with the Kepublican adminis
tration. In this contest aalnit Tammany, he
was badly handled, lost half a million of dollars,
but came out alive and with what must have been
the proud satisfaction of having led off in a fight
that was carried on till Tweed and his ga?g were
In prison, and Tammany completely prostrate
Last winter he was ill, on the verge of the
grave, sis months from overwork, but came out
all right and is now at it harder than ever. lie
married at the age of twenty years'.was divorced
from his first wife years ago on the ground of
mutnal inidaptation, then married again. Mas a
charming family, 'and Is doubtless the hardest
working and best abused man in the United
States. A thief is his special aversion, and the
way Ihc Democrat wades into the Itinss and
plundering combinations of all parties. Is terri
ble, and would be dangeron to men ol ordinary
From what Is learned by Interviewer, he comes
West to help organize Democracy for the coming
campaign and to force the light against Wall
Street Money Power, In favor of greenbacks,
agalnt National Banks and fjr the piotection of
Western and Southern interests generally. The
Democrat has an immense circulation and will
have a largci one. We do not agree with all Its
Ideas, but it is a live newspaper and the most re
markable one in the United States.
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Sarsaparillian and its Associates.
(RtaagMM Seen and Felt as They Dally
Oocmr after Using a Few Doses of
THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
1. Good spirits. 41irrrnt f weakness. Uaguer.
atlaaeholy; inert as ani hirdntM of l!eh an J muKlca. eta.
2. Suvcgth incrcud. irptUt larrOTet, reliti for fool.
are mcr tour erneUUoct or watertruti. fooJ digtfticn,
ealn aad nnilUturbsd t!p. awikr n freih acd vigorous.
X Disappearance of f'-. Molehti. pitap!e. tbe kin
looks clttr aad heslthj. tbs orwo chiatJ from its tcrbiit
and elcmJj srrtirinro to a clptr shtrrj or tottr color;
water rs freelj froa Cie llsdler ttroah tin urethra
without pia or scilJinj; hula or to sodiatnt; as isia or
4. aUrked diminution of qnsatltj and frncccy of In
TolnnUry weskening iJuchxrg-i it aSkted that way), with
etruintjr of permanent can. Increawd itrngth exhibited
in tha secreting g.'andi, and functional baraonj restored
to the seren! organs.
6. Yellow tinge on the whlt of the eyes, and the swarthy,
sa?ron arrearsnea cf tho ilia changed to a clear, UtsIj
and health color.
6. Those suffering frota weak er aIoeratd lanes sr
tnberclts will rvalue treat benent in expectorating freslj
the tough f Megta cr maeus from the Ian gt. sir nils, bronchi
er windtije, throat or head, diminishing of ths freqeeney
cf conch, general increase of strength throughout the sys
tem: s:onaS of eight meats and pame and feeling ef
weakneet aruun.i the ankles, legs, shoulders, eto.. cessation
cf co!d ani chills, sense of suffocation: hard breathing and
rarox;sm of cough on lying down or anting in the morn.
icg. All theJe distressing smrtost gradually Sid sarsly
7. At day after day the tARJArABlXLIAX If
taken, new signs of returning health will tppevr; as the
bltod inprocet tn strength anl purity, dieeate wjl dimm
ish, and ill foreign and in ura deposits, Hti, tumors,
cancers, hard lumps, etc., le rttoli-J away anJ the unsound
mads sound and healthy: ulcers, ferer soret.typhUitia sores,
ehronia skin diseases gradually dmppir
8. la cases where the system bu ba sxlirattj, and
Mercury, Quicksilver. Corrosive PablinUo (tin principle
constituent of the advertised lruranUas) associated ta
some cases with Hyd. of l'otassa.) hate accumulated and
become deposited in the bones, joint, etc.. causing earlee of
the bones, rickets, spinal curvature, contortions, whit
swellings. TaricoM veins, etc., the t 4.KM IPARIL
Kil AN will rttolve away these drpcs'.tJ and exterminate)
the virus of the lisexse frcn tl.e system.
9. If those who are takirg these medicines for the care
f Chronlo, Scrofulout or Syrhilitio disraiM, however tlow
aay U the cure, "feel better, ' and find their general health
Improving, their fieth and weight increasing or even keeping
IU own. it is a sure sign that the cure is progressing. In
these diseases the patient either gets betur or worto the
virus of the aisease it not inactive; if not arrested and driven
from the blood, it will spread and continue to undermine the
constitution. Astjonaathe NAItAI.a.ltIL.I.I M
makes the patient '-feel better." every hnur you will grow
better and increase in health, strength and flesh.
The great power of this remedy is in diseases that threatsa
death as in Consumption cf tl.e Lungs and Tulerculons
Fbthisls, Scrofula, Syphiloid Diseases. Wasting. Degeneta
tlsa and Ulceration of the Kidneys, Diabetes. Stoppage of
Water (InMantiJi'ons relief afforded where catheters Lars
to bo cted, thus doing away with tha painful operation cf
sins; these Instruments), dissolving atone in tha UadJer,
and mall cases of Inflammation cf the lllaJder and Kid
J9, ia chronio eases of Iuoorrhea and Uterine diseases.
In tumors, nodes, hard lumps and syphiloid ulcers; ia
srorsy; in veneres! tore throat, ulcers, and ia tubercles of
lie lungs; in gent, dyspepsia, rheomatlsm. rickets; in mer
curial deposits it if in these terrible forms of disease, when
taa human hody has become a comrlet wreck, and where
very hoar of existence is torture, wherein this greit remedy
ehxllenires the astonishment and aJmmtion of the sick. It
U tn such cases, when all the pl-asurtt of existence arpexr
cut off from the unfortunate, and by its won Jarful, almost
supernatural agency, it restores the hopeless to a new lift
and new existence when this great remedy stands alone la
Its mlfht and power.
In the ordinary skin dltea.vs that every one is men ot
less trout!" with, a few dotes will in most cases, and a few
kottlet 1b u mora agfravattl forms, work ftmaatat
Those) aSicted with chronio diseases tv.euM parch)
mackar containing one dotsn bottles. Price flO ttr dojem,
or 95 per half xta bottles, or $1 per bottle. Sols ;
"Will AlTortl Instant Ea.se.
INFLAMMATION' OT TIIK KIDNEYS.
INFLAMMATION OKI UK IlLADIiEK.
INFLAMMATION OF TIIK IiO'.VE!i.
CONHESriON OF THE LUNGh
SOKE THIIOVr. DIFFICULT nitEATUINU.
1'ALl'irATION OF TIIK IIKAltr.
IIVSTEltlCS. CHOfl'. IlirilfUCltlA.
CATAKRH. INFLUENZA. HEADACHE.
TOOTHACHE. MUMPS. NEUHALOIA.
KUEUMATlsM. COLD CHILLS. AGUE CHILLS.
The application of the HEADY Ri:i.Ii:F to the
part or puts where the piln or di&culty txisu will atTuri
ease and comfort.
Twenty drojs in r-ilf a tumbler of wtr will, in a fcw
momentv. cur- CHAMPS. M'AbMS. f-OUlt SIOMAC'I.
UEAKTDUHN. hICK HKADACUK. DIARRHEA. DYS
ENTEKY. COLIC. WIND IN THE BOWELS, and all
Traveler! should al way 1 carry a bottle of RAI WA T'ffl
KIIt:sr with them. A few drops in water will pretext
iickoesj or pains (ruin change of water.
IT IS BETTER THAN FRENCH BRANDY OR BIT
TEKS AS A STIMULANT.
I'rlco fiO Ont. Sold by Drorslsta
Dli. HAD WAY'S
.Nrfeetlj- tasteless, eletsctiy coated with sweet rail. or t,
ttrnlate. punt;, cleanse anditrenr;thea. K UWATH
PILLS, fcr the cure of all disorders of the btomach.
Liver, Bowelt, KiJnejs, Bladders. Nervous Duties. Head
ache, Conttipatlou. Cottivenets, Indigestion. Drirti.
Billioutnett. Billions Koer, IntUmmation of the Kowsle,
Files, and all Deractrments of the Internal Vitera. War.
tacted to elect a poaUvo cure. Forel vegetable ooatala
Isf no mercury, minerals or dtletemus drucv.
SftVObeerve the following symptoms rttalicf from Dis
orders of the Disestlve Orrasr
Constipatloa, Inward File. FuUdcm ef the Blosd la tat
Bead, Acidity of the Btemach, Nausea. Ileanfcura. Ditfurt
e Food. Fullness or Weight (0 the 6tomaeh. Sour Eructa
tions Sinking or FlntUrins; at the Pit of tho Etocaeh,
Swimming of the Ud, Honied and DiSeuIt Breathiag,
Fluttering at the Heart. Chckiss;or&u2anng Sensatioes
when in a lying pasture, Dirinet of Vision. Dots or WeU
before the 8i.ht, Fever and Dull Faiaio the Hei.1. DeSrlea
ey of Perspiration; Yellowness of the fakin and Err. Pali
in the Bide, Chest, Limbs, and Saiiea Flushes ef Heat
Burning la the Flesh.
A few doses of HADWA T PI LIS will free tX
system from all the above namd disorders. Prtre 23
Cant per kx. SOLD BY DRUGGISTS.
Bead "FAI.HF AJTD TBCr,"
Bead one letter tump to R A I W Y A- CO yf o. 29
Warrean Street. lkr York. Informauoa w:nk
thousand will be tent yea.
PHILADELPHIA and NEW TORK.-Tit "Ml'l(CtyJUrtoUiVi
ItuUtiea marked with their name a- eonadtatij 2tnt r ree by mail as lonowa .
-commenaed. IVr. J r.',:,bn
Patent Stove Pipe Shelves.
They ScU at silit.
r -fw rwi t n,t.
0 vac. .l,o.v- ...;,
ill crrr t!i U. S. Pries
to A"'3itt xeducctl.
S. i tI. cut for C2.C0
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Alo Jlannftci-ir r
BELOIT TEED MHsLS '
mid FEED MILL EXTKAS. '
Ssnd for circular.
W1IITNKV Jt 110l.3Ir-i
FIFTY ELEGANT STALES, vrlfh Va.lcs.ble
Improvtaeat : nvr and beaatif ci Solo Stop.
OVER ONE THOUSAND Orzanir t and 1I
eidana Icdore thee Or?ac and recommend
them as ttrictly fint-clau la Tone. Mechan.pa
and Dnrablhty. Warranted ve year. Send for
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E. H. Hazen, M. JD.,
PHYSICIAN AP SORBIOH.
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Onion vctl rrowiotz I a vpwfalTy wTta n-. aci
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frolapatxa of the Ann
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GraDd Heal Estate Uistribntion !
At Mi'hixiMs, Iv:iuA", March 2S, IS7(.,
2,664 PIECES OF PROPERTY
Valiioil at $770,800.00.
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tillMitlon, and h ei tltlrsl to any one pktir (
fiild prt prrty tint may ! awarded to '! ttsx
I'orShar, Clreoiari". Terwit to AtHt, 4
other pirt lea Ur, addm JOHN M. 1'ltlor.
(nt ral Munis;;, r. At( Uttn.ii. I .
For ajrtnry, addrec J. 1. Cu.lu li A .. . t
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Liberal term to Apnta and the- Trade.
Trice Mat and Tt-rmt en ar.plii atloo
Addrcw.OIiOVEU A UAKEUS. M. CO.
IZO btateSt t;hlci9. lit
jo.v;r vax jik it a in::
le Keystone Manufacturing Co.
manufacturer! the CcJobratotl
Keystone Corn Planter.
Keystone Sulky Rake,
Keystone Corn Shellers,
Keystone Cidei Hills,
Keystone Feed Cutters.
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