ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Republican, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 40 items from Republican, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
40 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Republican. — 4 January 1873

tIC AN - t i an Devoted to Literature, News of the Day, Agriculture, and Important Local Intelligence, Etc. VOLUME V. MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY, JANUARY I, 1S73. NUMBER 4H. rm SIERRAS A PIOS. HY JOAQriN MILLKK. Wlilj a buckler and sword into buttle I moved, I wan m:itrliless ami Htroug ; I Hto.n in the runh ami the rattle Of shut, ami the spirit of Bong Wa upon mi', and youthiul and splendid My annor Hashed far in the kuu A I sansi of my lau.l. It in ended. Ami aU hius been done and uuduue, 1 (lonoend with my dead in the trenches, To-ni(tlit I lcnd down ou the plain In the dark, and memory wreuchm The poul. I turn up to the rain The cold aud the Wautiful faces Aye, faces forbidden for years Turned up to my fare with the trace Of blood to the white rain of tera. (Vmnt backward the year on your tinker While forward riden yonder whits moon, Till the Boul tnrus aside, and It limrcra By a grave that wan lxrn of a June By the prave of the spill where the gram- Are tangled aa witch-wo...

Publication Title: Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Republican. — 4 January 1873

I Oil aw mi January 4, 1S73. X TAKK SOTICU! X c .-.bsrribcrs -who find the RED Crow-mark v-l: their papers Hill know that their sub v r'ptions have rxpirc., or that they have '..:'d to pay for their paper. In cither : the paper will W stopped unless the nuney or its equivalent i. promptly for v. ;ukil it trurc. Xo deviation from this vc. W. Ii. Scott, jr., & Co., Pub's. Take Particular Notice. I ie: ctc fore we have e xperienreel oonsidcr . : :e trouble in collecting our fees due for in-publication of legal advertisements. It - almost worth the amount to c ollect them; io'hIi s they have been a source of much vi ation and disappointment to us. AVe 'althfully perform oar part of the contract, :.r.d after waiting and Spending a great 'eal of time, we get idout one-half of h;U Is due. "We rc compelled to pny . it money for the publication of our paper, ri-'ularly each week, and, relying upon our l . r.fst toil, wc are oftc disappointed in M - i ivinc that which is justly due us. Pa...

Publication Title: Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Republican. — 4 January 1873

vBlu; iRfimMirim. Jaiiiiai'v I. 1ST a i i T, i.i tri K t , i 1 1. t t ! SIi: IAl4 noticks. Nolioi, W( , the undersiirn.il, l(ae :litcil an i .;orin nii'o for ail work done in our . and that all work niu-t be paid for :-:i ilciivt nil, cither in rue-h or produce. ".) above t. take ffti t on anil after Jan--jot I), 1ST:'-. . Ilse-i, .I.uon Hkm:y, Ai.ks. Fr.-4, J I. . Wn.Ls.tx, .John Skxtox,M. V.Sev i.'.n. Maryviilc. i'l'i -nacj to a deern' of tlu- Chamcry "iiit for IJIoMiit county. Trim., rendered .1 tin1 December Tcnu, 1V'T2, I v. in sell to 1- highest bidder at the CouU IIu.-e di.o? Maryville, on the :M Day of Il)nnii, INT.'J, i-. trai ls of land not adjoining, lut neat' . acli other, situated ii tie' 12th rivil dis t of lilou.nt c unty, Tc:ia., a ! jnii?ii;j the D. (t. Wright. Thus. Sanderson and i: rs tin- two trai ts containing acres, a portion of the lands of 4okn Martin, c'd: said lands will he sold as tin lands of ": l k 1 li J. Martin. Lunatic, for Iji-r sup vt : th: purchas....

Publication Title: Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Republican. — 4 January 1873

LATE NEWS IN BKIEF. At tho bnrninf; of the Fifth Avenue Hotel in New York, lam week, twenty-two servant-girls who were flleeping in the win of tho hotel which was rapidly filled with flame, were irinped or stilled. Tho damage to the furniture was great, and many of the guests were com pelled to escape in their night-clothes. It ap- earn that tho fire raged with great fury for ome time before any ntepa were taken to rouse the guenU or save tho waiting-girln, who were cut off from escape ly the rapid progrewa of a current of flame that ran up the Htairway and filled the npper hall with a life-withering heat. The bodies of the victim were recov ered from beneath the fallen roof timbers that mutilated their half-charred forms and crushed thoir limbs. The scene is represented as a terri ble one, and there seems to have been gross neg ligence somewhere, and an unshrinking in vestigation should be made. Agents and representatives of insurance companies are gathered in Washington in an tici...

Publication Title: Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Republican. — 6 December 1873

T II E P u Devoted to Literature, News of the Day, Agriculture, and Important Local Intelligence, Etc. VOLUME Y. MAKYV1LLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1S73. NUMBER 39. wLi W. J. BETTKRTOjST & BEO., Jvnoxvillo, 'Joiuios.scc. AND WM.n.rsAI.B IiKVI.Kl'.S IN Vhiskes, Brandies, and Wines, 1 8 they make Uifir owu wln-d. ion, l'i. CORN WHISKY. WHITE l.n.v t una to Le jerfeotly rt'r.E. They oQVr to tha trait RYE WHISKY, SILVER SPRAY WHISKY. ABO Roane County Whisky. The wbicUi.-n c.- through a jnvesn cf; purinratlnn jxvuliar to lhe!r own mannf-tore, and they leutiy econm:eiid tliem, uto for medicinal ni r .c, as equal to any whlskiM that are made. xxxx W. W. Lawrence, M AN I' F.VCTriiEU OF BOOTS, SHOES, SADDLES, SOLS LEATII U UP VAX TKATII Eli. Harness Leather, Kip Skins, etc., Springfield, Tennessee, ER. (Two Miles Northeast of Maryville.) 1UO DKALIil IK Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Queenswarc, Notions, etc Cfteh rij for ITi lee, at advanced price, delivered at my Yard. 3k rs i...

Publication Title: Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Republican. — 6 December 1873

I' THE KElMWUflAN. ;r :-'- -r i The var ckmds liave been elispers- VI TLISHi:DKV:'UY SA'liilAy. i nml Spain to satisfy tin- 3ni!mMi talO One . S'.-V r .1 O 2 nt't 1 on i : r-. Advertising. .,, s Ni :.!. in-:' -..titut: one square. ) ,!:;!! I !t!H ? 1 Oil .!! kIi.'V..i, in- it-en ..' ;:i-r. 1 v c.;r 7" "" " 1 .v his'an- prompt :tt(' iH'.Mi, ader . r..i -t !c i.andetl in Wct'.in sdays. '"' Aih 1 1'. tlK'l'.T- will lc due after :i i i:V- ruiM' nii'iri! upon, r' ( ';i;:iri. - i'i lie t haVLa d halt price: .i j i - a: c. t'.i a! !, 1 t' d I nr. I lemamls of tli U. S. ceineerniug the Yirginius outrage. Having thus set-tlc-el this affair on fxrnr, it will grad ually pass from the minds of the people, or, practically, the Spanish Geivernment will never nfoiee the Cemcessieui, and the war come anyway. The two (iovernmciits desire to re main at peace with each tither, hut the iVe;. of both countries are -.1. their htim slipped 1:1 hi- m ck and ran. the ! -.'Hie Loui-ville My.) I'Llmf ;M-t:v u...

Publication Title: Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Republican. — 6 December 1873

v2 iC v:, ti-:at to sur 11 1) ill) A V S ! - lAiJYYIl.M-!. 'A :iUvv V riiuiJuicr : Dry ' ' " ' 'I" . '.:. are, (Me.-iiswivv. - :' 1'. !:;: 'v (.:!., r." 28joI A 4's.: Dry ' ' " "''''-. : :-' I''-:nihi: ;..,:, ! . vV , ;il I h ( il, :t;i Cr.,.r, " 1.t-. A. Th!c: Drugs, Medi- ' ' i . I i . r , latent ' ' 'i :.o ' ! o:i h:.i; i. ' . . ; 1 V -- ;ii.!k::i-, I.a,h, -s'" nil. t.-, I Iil:tnt- : Furniture, of THM.IU-PUHI.ICAX. M auufact urcr if all ' I '' 1 1 1 Mi''"' Ilea W.j-.. . (ei'ti i -- i; "!!'. t. i.r.I. r. A. .5 S(:ir : Wo. .1. :i Factory : ' -'':.:! :.: :, ( ..t t (. i :.:::: , -v w ,r: . i . I !. :a. YVIIs ; Man .. : - : I.. M'ii 1". la; turer oi i S.. (. Chancery Court commences at this place next Monday. Our Schools arc being rapidly 11 11 ed up by pupils from a distance. Tin, win. lows of Mr. (J. A. Toole's store ;ne filled -with a splendid dis play of Holiday Goods. Fences, and in a few iiistinces trees. were Mown down by the storm Wednesday night. County Court (Quorum) was in...

Publication Title: Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Republican. — 6 December 1873

J j nOUSE. FARM AND GARDEN. llic Kionoaiilra or tlie Kltthm midtln Kuril. Woman ox Faism 1aikyint.. Duiry inr should ho promoti-tl to a greater ex tout, and while I would in no wis dc lreciiito thos extensive factory enter prises, J believe they ninnot stirpersede the necessity, nor should their exigence furnish mi c'xeuse to avoid the troible f farm dairying. If, from any pretext, our farmers should abandon the custom of producing suilieient amount of but ter and cheese lor tlie consumption 01 j their families, a short period of time must prove the fallacy of the schemes. Farmers' daughters generally take too little interest in household matters. CooKiMi Channel: Kins. Tn tho first place select ripe fruit and remove all defective berries. The selected fruit must then be thoroughly washed through several waters ; one washing is not enough. To every pound of fruit add one pound of sugar. l'nt them into a preserving kettle over a slow lire. Do not hurry the process of stewing. To prev...

Publication Title: Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Republican. — 4 April 1874

9 Ad l At; - - i3J ;r i?;r I5 7T J-T Mi . f J 'Devoted- to kcratcfe,; News cf the Day, Agriculture, and, Important local Intelligence, Etc. ?' volume nr. MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1S7L NUMBER" 3. ; . . I ,i -- - - - -r ....... . WVLVOMK TO &rfX0. j ; W. Jr BETTBRTON & BKO., 1 Choxvillo, Tennessee. a - I ,-AXD WIIyl.ESAI-S Jf.M.ir. IS Whiskcc, Brandies, and i: V -'N't-' Wines, ft. 1 A B they mU UiHr owl ikip, (htv k-iotlltpn p b &fectly J)lTJiEXlJry,DfferQ tti&Jnlr CORN WJIlSJfYs t j ; WHITE I.WIIISKX,, , f i . - - ' ElIiVEB SPlUYWHiSKYV XXXX Roane County Whisky. Thtt wblsklM p through ft prOco nf pnriAcnUrm' peculiar to tbtlr Awn minafaotnrt, ftnd thy MDt- rn-umiuruu iuwation nr mwiicuw purposes, aqiui fg ny wimum ium ri DiAdft. ( W.v Lawrence, " f fa A X l' FACT C R E It OF 1 k BOOTS" SHOES, SADDLES, SOLE LEATHER, ft L. UPrint LEATHEIL 7 f i 7 Harness leather, Kip Skins, etc., i Spiigfieltl,iToiiii6s-seo, t " (Two MilM NorHinutt of Marpille.) . , , G6...

Publication Title: Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Republican. — 4 April 1874

T11E REPUBLICAN. April 4 1874. POLITICAL BEPABTHEE M. L. iicCONNELL)- tvnot. Dead Isaac Tbe NashTllle Banner is deeiJeJIv tho most progressive paper, it its wt, tbat reacbea thin office. Indeed it is altogether the "fi-sidest" paper, jat now, of dead issnes that we ere anywhere. It eren replies to oor comparison of Oot Brown teto nwsnge with bia pronnociauento re fusing to pardon a wife mnrderer, bj declaring the Governor's action in tbe rrmtterof the veto a dead issues for tho leason tbat tbat was a matter which occnrred a-w-a y back daring the last session of tbe present Tegii' latnre. And not coutent with this, to itself, very s-faetory(T) disposition of tbe qnesti. . even ventures tbe prediction tbat before we shall have Wen upon tbe "tripod" nitich longer. we will be athatned ef ourself for ever having alldded to so dead an tone. We know nothing of tbe standard of general intelligence in its section of the State, bnt we beg to assure it that among tbe thrifty, en terprising and...

Publication Title: Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Republican. — 4 April 1874

ww w w mm w l mm IV ft 1 s- Tiie Favoriic Hons Runieij, Tliin unrivalled Medicine is mmniil tint to contain a hinjjlt? particle of Mtixrm', r Bay injuroiis mineral tiutiuicc, but is i iT is i: i y v eta ni ,r, containing thoJ ScwtUcrn Root an J HuiU. which an alhwiw; Providence Las placed in muntriei wlrer Liver Dineiises moct prevail. It will cure ail Disease caused by Derange ment of the Liver uud Bowels. gimniang Liver Rennlator or Mi cine, Is cinminently a Family Medicine : and by being kept ready for Immediate resort w ill nave many an hour of fuifTrriiitf and many a dolliir in time and doctor' bill. After over Forty Yearn' trial it la ftill re ceiving the most ummalitied Icfttimoiual to its virttii froiiT persona of the bfclieht cliareter ami n'fNiiiaibility. Emm'ment phyiticmu commend it an the most trTecttml pcclflc for Dyptpii and Indigently. Armed with thin ANTIDOTE, all di inatua and changes r.f water and food m.iy be faced without fear. An a Itcmedv in Malarious Eevein, ...

Publication Title: Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Republican. — 4 April 1874

USEFUL KNOWLEDGE. fiEVAccmTiox. xJr. T. Snow Beck, of London, after careful investigation, dec arcs " it is certain that the protec tive influence of vaccination becomes impaired during the period between in fancy and maturity." In order to niain ' tain the protective influence during life, it in essential to repeat the vaccination after the individual reaches maturity. DfrarIjB Stovk-Blackivo. By ad ding a teaspoonful of pulverized alum .to half a pack a ?o of good stove-polish, fret up with a little water, much time and luboa will be saved, as a stove pol ished with tfii mixture will remain bright a long time. It should be ap plied when the stove is nearly oold, and with a dry brush rubbed until it is dry and thihning. Lfnab Somtpdr. It is argued by Prof. Proctor and other eminent astron omers that the moon is uninhabitable because it has no atmosphere to sustain human or brute life; and that it has no atmosphere because its valleys, as seen through the telesoope, sre absolutely d...

Publication Title: Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Republican. — 25 April 1874

v REP J CAN. V J3J THE i V it VOLUME VII SAVE K : pvritoiviscE CIIAS. PFLANZE'S NEW FURNITURE STORE, Maryville, Keep eonUtantly on bind, mil make to order, every Oofllue niada tu order nl kept constantly tin hand. OiTe me a trial. All work warranted to lie repr-cnted. I'rices cheap for cash. Salesroom and factory find door uoith 01 C. Kaitrr'i liu shop. W. W. MANUFACTURER OF BOOTS, SHOES, SADDLES, SOLE LEATHER UPPEK LEATIIEli. Harness Leather, Kip Skins, etc., Springfield, Tennessee, (Two Vlloa Northeast of Maryville.) uk Duua a Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Quecnsware, Notions, etc. CmIi paid for Ridoa, at advance! GEO. A. TOOLE, MABTVILLB, TEISTN", rEALEn in DRUGS AND ESSENTIAL OILS, GUMS, SPONGES, FANCY GOODS, PERFUMERY, PATENT MEDICINES, ETC. Fhywicianw l?rescriptioiiH Careiully Filled. W. J. BETTERTON &l BRO., Knoxville, AND Wn0LF.RAl.lt Whiskes, Brandies, and Wines, A B tbey make their own whiskies, they know them their CORN WHISKY, WHITE RYE WHISKY, SILVER SPRAY WHISKY,...

Publication Title: Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Republican. — 25 April 1874

TJ1K REPUBLICAN. April 23 1871. POLITICAL DEPARTMENT. ' . il. L. McCONNELL, Editor. k lor TLe Hon. Horace Maynard an our Hauls fur a copy of Lis speech upon tie qutfction of Free Bunking, National Currency, Ae. PdT Tbo MiKbisuippi is reported at tbia writing, Wednesday noou, as falling blow ly, to tko greafc joy, we h&vo no doubt, of thofse who live along or near its turbid waters. eT Tie Nashville Banner says the Jackson Herald attributes the lo cation of the asylum at Humboldt to Col. Day's influence. There's no telling what a D.ay may bring forth. Sy The Memphis Appeal says of Brooks, ono of the present Governor's Of Arkansas, Brooks is a madman, a crazed eeal ot i a ragiug revivalist in politics and in the pulpit. He is a very devil when unchurched, and he fell further when he fill from grace into the pul pit of politics than Belial when kicked out of heaven int kingdom come. Brooks, by the way, was the one elected by the Democrats. The Legislature of Massa chusetts finally ...

Publication Title: Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Republican. — 25 April 1874

0 3C- The Fawite Hoidb Remefly. Tbl unrivalled Medicine la warranted not to contain a single particle, of Mauci at, or auy Injuruu mineral luqstauce, but la l'l ltKLY VEGETAKI.K, containing thaw Southern RooU and Herb, which an all-wine Providence haa placed iu countrie where Liter Dlaeaae most prevail. It will cure all Dineaaea cauaed by Derange ment of the Liver and Bovvela. Simmon Liver Regulator or Medi cine, It imminently a Family Medicine : and by being kept ready for immediate resort will aave many an hour of suffering and many a dollar iu time and doctors' bills. Af tcr over Forty Year' trial it is still re ceiving the most unqualified testimonials to its virtues from persons of the highest cuareter and responsibility. Emiuincnt physician conuuend it as the most effectual specific for ' Dyspepsia arid Indigestion. Armed with this ANTIDOTE, all cli mates and changes cf water and food may be faced without fear. Ai a Remedy in Malarious Kevere, Bowel Complaints, Rest lessness, ...

Publication Title: Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Republican. — 25 April 1874

! i .... I HOUSEHOLD HINTS. Black Wash. Oue quart limn water; one drachm calomel. To be oed for fiJuI and indolent ulcers ; excellent to wash saddle Bores or horses' backs. Nica GfNuEuiiiEAD. One . cup mo lapses, one cup of thick, rich rream, one teaspoon ginger, one well-besten egg with a little salt. Lake in a quick oven. Green Salve. One-quarter pound lard ; one ounce rosin ; one ounce bees wax ; one drachm verdigris ; melt and stir well. This is one of the best salves known for old sores, nloers, cancers, scrofulous sores, cuts and wounds. Habd Soap. Six pounds sal soda ; fonr gallons, water. Put this together and let it come to the boiling point ; let it settle and pour off; add one-half pound borai, six pounds grease ; then ponr in dripping tins ; let cool and cut in bars. Aknioa Liniment. Two ounces alco hol ; one drachm tinoture arnica. Un equalled for pains in the feet and limbs from walking ; for all fresh or recent sprains, bruises or contused wounds, and for rhenmati-m o...

Publication Title: Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Republican. — 2 May 1874

A o THE REPUBLICAN. A it i it VOLUME VII 3IOIVJ V I PATRONIZE C1IAS. Pl'LANZE'S NEW FURNITURE STORE, Maryvillc, Tonnossee. Keep contatantlf nn hand, an J nuke to order, every verier? of Furniture, from the chraneat to the fluent Dd most elrgant sly In. Outline mad to order and kept constantly rm band. (tire mo a trial. All work warranted to U a rejin-tttd, rrh-ea cheap for cank. Ualearooro and factory lirt door north of C. Kaitrr'a tin ahop. W. W. Lawrence, majufactcreh op BOOTS, SHOES, SADDLES, SOLE LEATHER, UPPER LEATHER. Harness Leather, Kip Skins, etc., Springfield, Tennessoe, (Two Mild North eaat of MiryrUle.) aim vuuta Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Queensware, Notions, etc Caah paid for Hides, at advanced prices, deli'ored at my tarl GEO. A. TOOLE, HAEYVILLE, TBISTDtT. DRUGS AND MEDICINES, ESSENTIAL OILS, GUMS, SPONGES, FANCY GOODS, PERFUMERY, PATENT MEDICINES, ETC. Physicians Pl'oscriptions Carefully Killed. W. J, BETTEETON & BRO. Knoxville, Tennessee. AND WUULESALB DEA...

Publication Title: Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Republican. — 2 May 1874

THFHEPUBUCAN. nay 2, 18T4. POLITICAL DEPARTMENT. M. L. MuCOXNELL, Emto. WT The Knoxvillo Chronicle rrjb "the miHaiun of tfi Baxxcr now neems to b to writ up Scott rm the LhvI of the colored Loata in TutpcR. ce.w Wrfl, when we come to write tip the tail of the white hosts, fto hall probably hare to write np our Knoxville contemporary as the ''raiss ing link" bctwwn the ttto extremes. - -XhtlHt Jiepvl'tfcan lianner. fca? Democratic journals constant ly tern with predictions of coming ruin to the Republican party, eror informing the country that its leaders are in direct opposition to each other on the most important issues of the times. These croaking prophets seem never to even glance at the condition of their own eqnad. We can conceive of no more hopeless division than that which characterizes the Democ racy. Its would be leaders are in perfect confusion ; they do not pre tend to be actuated by any other or higher motives than to know what will place them in power. Office 1 Office!!...

Publication Title: Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Republican. — 2 May 1874

o ' CO o 'ft C3 0 . 0 Tie Favorite Home RbJj. Tlite cmintlkil Mc iliulue In warranted not to conUiil a tingle piirticlt; of Mkiktky, or any Injxirourt ihinerul mustunce, but U I'liittiLY yi:ji:taiei.i:, cmUlubig those Southern Iloota and Ilurbs, which au all-wise 1'iovklimt Una iluml hi iMiuutiito whtre Liver Diseases most prev-il. It will cure all DibcuBotf cuuw.il by Dcnuige irt.:nt of the Liver aud Bowela. Simmon's Liver Ileyulator or Medi cine, Is emiuluently a Family Medicine : aud by being kept ri-mly fx (muinliute rtwort w ill nave many an hour of Buffering and many a dollar in time and doe to in' billB. AfU?r over Forty Years' trial it is atill re ceiving the most unqualified U'stiiuonlttU to its virtues Crom persons of the highest charcter aud reiionsibiirty. Emmiuent pliysician eoniuiond it as the most effectual specific for Dyspepsia and Indigestion. Armed with this ANTIDOTE, all cli mates and changes of water and fowl may be faced wiVnnfl fear. As a Hemedy in MalarioUB E...

Publication Title: Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Republican. — 2 May 1874

0 0 O f 0 o CURIOUS AND 8CIENT1T10. Elkphakts' Teeth Jn the last two mouthy the value of. teeth of elephant, eUj., imported from India was 114, B02 ; in the like period last year, Mr M2. Bir Hamnel Baker stated, not long ago, that tho ivory obtained might b looked npon as " covered wit a blood '' of the natives. Rem arkatilx PonTiuiT.--In St. John's College, Oxford, there is a very carious portrait of Charles L, done with a pen in such a manner tUt the linei ere formed by verses from tho Tsalms, and bo contrived as to contain every Psalm. When Charles II. was once at Oxford ha was gTea ly struck with this port rait, begged it of the college, and promised m return to grant whatever request they should make. This they consented to, and gave his majesty the picture, ao companiod by the request that he would return it, Kkoext Ush op Sea-Weto. By subjecting sea-weed to distillation with superheated steam, ouufiliuK to Stan ford's process, instead of simply reduc ing it to ashes, as bus h...

Publication Title: Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
x
Loading...
x
x