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Thursday, Jan. 8, 187.
J. W. HOUGHTON1, H. H. HOUGHTON,
DITOK8.
That holiday asked for ourselves and
printers la over, and we presume onr
readers have fancied us In the enjoy
ment of its leisure hours and storing
np strength and vigor for the time to
come, but, like most anticipated pleas
ure, the reality was cot like our dream.
Some accumulations of work were first
disposed of and then came a general
clearing np time. After that certain
changes were suggested, adding room,
light and convenience. Partitions were
removed and a general reorganization
had, and, though we have nothing now
In the way of elegance, the office has
been very much Improved and the fa
cilities for doing onr work increased.
Altogether It has been one of the
busiest and most laborious weeks of
. the year. Our holiday has brought its
advantages, however, and we are under
obligations for the time that gave ns
opportunity for improvement if not
for rest.
A. Happy New Tear.
On account of failure to publish a pa
per last week we are a little late with
our new year's greeting, bnt it is none
the less heart? and eennine. We not
onlv wish our readers a happy and
prosperous year but we believe a maj
ority will find it a marked improvement
over the last and former years.
With resumption of specie an accom
plished fact, we may feel assured that
we have seen the worst of onr financial
embarrassments and that henceforth
there will be a slow but sure progress
toward prosperity. For many It has
been a hard struggle bnt we can easily
see how it might have been worse. We
have many things for which to be
thankful and to make ns hopeful. We
have not been visited by diseases of an
epidemic or contagious character and
the health of our people has been nn
paralleled. If business has not been
remunerative we have at least been
spared from failures and bankruptcies
and, with confidence restored and hab
its of economy learned, we look for
ward to a safe and fairly prosperous
year.
And then, as we begin the new year
we shall all turn over the customary
"new leaf" and with added experience
and wisdom, we may expect to improve
upon the past. That we discover a fail
ure to realize our ideal need not be
matter of discouragement. We have
done something, perhaps; as much as
could have been expected when the nn
foreseen obstacles are taken into ac
count. And now, treasuring up our
added knowledge, let us go forward to
the work of the future courageously
prepared for the worst, but hoping for
better things than ever we have yet
enjoyed. .
The Princess Louise has set the Cana
dian young ladies the example of walk
ing five miles of aa afternoon over i
rough road as a cdnstitnttonal. It is also
mentioned of her that she soes about
the streets on shopping errands with the
unostentation of the most inconspicuous
person; bujing inexpensive trifles which
she chances to see, and for which she
seems to have a use, and conducts her
self with a sensible simplicity that quite
surprises her subjects unused to the pres
ence of royalty.
We are again under obligations to
Hon. Jss. Monroe for Department Re
ports. In a speech on the disposition of
the Geneva Award Fond he held, and
sensibly too, we think, that our govern
ment is not bound by the same rules
which bound that tribunal; that we
should remunerate our citizens who in
any way offered by the depredations of
rebel cruisers which by the neglect of
England were allowed to prey upon our
merchantmen and that we should also
remunerate them for the additional
premium , paid by our ship-owners on
account of the increased hazard caused
by England's neglect. If this view is
correct and acted upon there is little
danger of anything remaining of the
Geneva Award to be returned to Eng
land as conscience money.
In a review of a lately published col
lection of poems the Cincinnati Commer
cial expresses a sentiment that will find
more mitda responsive than the poetry
mentioned.
"The New England poets, notably
those who contribute verses to the Atlan
tic Monthly, have fallen into such
nloshv wav of writing that it is often
hard for an uninitiated reader to find the
head, tail, middle or inside of their po
ems. In the words of O. W. Holmes,
who is not one of them
Of the ruymla- tboouad not a few
Have bonded won a anal deal than they knew.
Their leading idea seems to be a grab
bing after the uniatnomaoie. xneir
verses always hold a suggestion of moan
ing sea waves and Nantucket Island, but
onvev no sort of clear, plain Idea wnat-
ret. Or if thev have any clear plain
I n ft aeema to be that vjoetrr. like
'jrner picture, is more valuable the leas
le one la to discover wnas 11 is aooui.-
OUR NEW YORK LETTER
This U holiday wesk ; not only by the
.calendar, bat by a thousand other and
iqaally convincing tokens. The world
i enveloped In a different atmosphere,
for these few closing days oi year, from
that which ordinarily encompassed it;
and a wonderful atmosphere it is. It
may be eold, or wet, or bright, or dark,
but It U still quivering with the pulsa
tions of the wings of that "multitude of
the heavenly host," and with the echoes
' of their first and matchless Christmas
song.. Frosty aa It is, what strange
and penetrating vitality is in it. It
throws great, glorious Christmas trees
Into more than summer bloom. Its jov
ial blasts force open the doors of church,
homes, and hearts. It may freeze water
hot it thaws the blood. More von
dertu2 than all, It can work Itself down
Into the t.?t tightly-buttoned pockets,
and beat the coin so hot that it burns Its
way out. It is the very reverse of the
ill wind that blows nobody good; for It
bears up Santa Claus-that jolly old al-moner-in
his aerial flights, drops furl
and food on to the hovel's doorstep, cost
ly ' trinkets down the mansion's chlm-
ney,and goo 4 cheer all along the route.
It is so full of moral oxygen that it sets
people a-bowlng, similing, shaking
hands, slapping each other on the back,
like so much laughing gas, It it-
well,! wish you and your readers a Mer
ry Christmas and a happy New-Year.
Gold has given it np at last and comes
down to earth again. For half a gen
eration it has been a proud mineral, dis
daining to associate with anybody out
side a small coterie of bankers and bro
kers, or to do any harder work than ly
ing In state in safes and vaults. It has
so to speak,becn balloouin; so long that
it hated to give up the aristocratio rec
reation and come down to biz. But the
baloon sprung a small leak even before
the war ended, and, in spite of all ef
fort, has been sinking ever since. It
touched ground some days ago, and
though It has bounded feebly several
times since, after the manner of bal
loons, it is now being made fast, and
the sybarite gold, reluctant to leave his
long vacation, is rolling up his sleeves
preparatory to going to work.
And speaking of resumption reminds
me to relieve you and your readers from
the anxiety you must have felt as to
how you should be able to carry
around your wealth when metallic mon
ey is again current, The Government
has just fluished the plates of new $3,
000 and $10,000 notes, whit h will be at
once put into circulaiijn. Won't It be
a comfort to dispense. with the other
wise necessary wheelbarrow, and be
able to carry all the pocket money we
need in a little roll of bills, hardly big
ger than your fist ?
Another preparation for resumption
has just been discovered in this city by
the police, who traced a young man
named Tyce to a tenement-house in
Thirteenth Street, and forcing their
way into his room, fonnd him em
ployed in quietly and unostentatiously
"making money." lie had plaster molds
and a kettle of melted white metal, and
was grinding out quarters, dimes, am
half -dimes at the rate of about 30 per
day. It seemed cruel to interrupt these
vigorous preparations for resumption
but the officers took blm and Mr. Tyco
will turn his talents to serving the
State for some years to come.
Radix.
PITTSFIELD.
On the 21st nit., Mr. Bert Williams
and Miss Ida Webb were married at the
office of R. Mills, Esq.
A Christmas tree at the M. E. church
was loaded with gifts making the re
cipients happy and all went merry as
marriage bell.
On the 1st. inst., Grandma Wilder
celebrated the 99th anniversary of her
birthday.
On the 5th the new stoves In the M.
E. Church were pot to use for the first
time. M.
ROCHESTER.
On New Year's Day was celebrated
the 50tleth anniversary of the wedding
of the Rev. Nelson Crandall, at the res
idence of the sou, Walter. Nine of the
twelve children were present, bringing
from their widely scattered homes,gifu
to the value of $100.
Among the presents was one, a nov
elty in its way. It consisted of a huge
cake in the center of which was a nest
presided over by a motherly looking
hen. Ranged around this were twelve
rats representing the twelve children
all facing toward th home nest. Each
rat bore a gold dollar as an offering.
The whole was very neatly contrived.
it was presented by Mrs. runsiey oi
Wooster.
letters were received from two of the
absent children who wer in Nahant,
Mass., and from one in 111., regretting
their Inability to be present. A letter
was also received from the Ker. Liver
more of Mass.. a son-in-law, author of
the "History of Block Island."
The affair passed off very pleasantly.
and the numerous sons and daughters
returned to their widely separated
homes, scarcely hoping to ever meet to
gether again on earth, and consequently
they will treasure the memory of this
meetinz as a pleasure that may never
be allowed them again.
HUNTINGTON'.
We are a people zealous in good works
and desire to keep pace with the spirit
of the times, hence we nave a new mm
started in our hitherto quiet village, that
will be of great benefit to farmers and
dairymen. It is owned by Hall fc West.
Huntington has fed mora grain than any
other townsMD. and neretoiore nas naa
to draw it to other mills to get it ground
Fanners already appreciate this conven
ience.
Tell Bro. "Solomon" that the whistle
will blow when a farmer eats his dinner;
I. at noon.
N. T. Chapman & Sons have handled
several hundred catue uus season ana
have now on hand a few hundred large
sheep, a' so the largest two-year old steer
In Lorain county.
Mr. Chaa. Nooney, telegraph operator
on the A. & G. W. R"y paid his friends a
flying visit.
A bed-spring swindle has been perpe
trated on some one or two of our hard
working citizens, the dishonesty of which
we may speak of in the future.
Mr. Holland butchered a pig one year
old that dressed 501 pounds.
Elmer Cole and Emma North were
married Wednesday by the Rev. Burneil
of Cleveland. May their bouse ne
wanned by "coles." T
Huntington, U., Dec. zj, iss.
OBEKLIN,
The extreme cold weather has made
itself felt here as elsewhere. The
"Wheel of Time " no longer revolves,
having become "Snow Bound". So, like
the rest of us "Old Father Time" now
glides along on runners, with astonish
ing rapidity, and as before "waits for
no man." The year 79 is fairly upon
ns and with it new duties and resopusi
blllties. The churches especially are Infused
with the suirit of "Every roan at his
post every one to his work."
On New-Year's Eye "Watch-Meeting
services" were held In the First M. E.
Church witii good, attendance ana
marknd interest. Just before the mid
night hour as the people of God gather
ed about the altar to renew their conse
cration, several others came as peni
tents seeking Divine mercy. There
seems to be a general desire for, and
expectation of a great revival in Oher
llnthls winter. The "Week of Prayer"
Is to be generally observed here.
There are two cases of scarlet fever
In town, said to be quite severe. Both
are the children of Mr. U. M. Flatt the
photographer.
Our gas-light has beeh very poor this
winter, almost an entire failure at times.
We hope the difficulty may soon be
overcome. J.
"I Feel Like a New Man.
Dr. M. M. Fenner, Fredonia. N.T-
Dear sir: After belns- treated bv eminent
physicians without benefit, I begin to take
jour Blood and Liver Remedy and Nerve
Tonic with your Capitol Bitters, and the ef-
iect was wonaenuu 1 bean to improve lm.
mediately, my strenrth mad atmetite returned
and the pain and palpitation ceaaed. I alio
a i aiming ana am? du men are cured.
ana i nave frainea lea pound in weight. I
took one half dosen bottles of ths Blood
Medicine and continued the Bitters a year,
and now I feel like a new man. belns: more
healthy than ever before.
KespecUully, J. r. A . TinQLaT.
Hop Bottom, Pa., Sept. 20, 1817.
Br. Fenner Blood and Liver Remedy
and Nerve Tonic may well be called
The conquering hero" of the times. It
is the medical triumph of the age. Who-
vr tiaa th blnAa abnnlA takjt tt fru
it regulates and restores the disordered
system that gives rise to them. It al
ways cures Billiousnest and Liver Com
plaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Constipa
tion, Headaches, Fever and Ague, Spleen
Enlargments, Scrofula, Erysipelas, Pim
ples, Blotches, and all skin eruptions
ana blood disorders; swelled Limbs and
Dropsy; Sleeplessness, Impaired Nerves
and Nervous Debility; Restores flesh
and strength when the system is running
down or going into decline; cures Fe
male Weakness and Chronic Rheuma
tism, and relieves Chronic Bronchitis,
and all Lung and Throat difficulties.
It does these things by striking at the
root of disease and removing its causes.
Dr. Jrenners Improved Cougu Honey
will relieve any cough in one hour.
Dr. Fcnner's Golden Keuef cures any
pain, as tooth-ache, neuralgia, colio or
headache hi 5 to SO minutes, and readily
relieves rheumatism, kidney-complaint,
diarrhoea, dysentery. For sale by Dr. 8.
B. Emerson. Get a circular entitled
People's Remedies." describing Dr.
Fenner's popular remedies.
OLD,
TRIED,
AM
TRUE.
People are gtrttlne acquainted and those who
are not ought to ba with the wonderful merit of
that steat American Remedy, the
MEXICAN
Mustang Liniment,
FOR MAN AND BEAST.
Thta liniment very naturally orletoat r& In Ameri
ca, where Nature prorldea In her laboratory each
surprising antidotes (or the tnaladlrs ot btrchll
area. Its fame has been spreading for 35 yean,
until now It encircles the habitable globe.
The Xexlean Mustang liniment I a matchless
remedy f or all external ailments of nun and beaat.
To stock owners and farmers It Is Invaluable.
A Single bottle often saves a human life or re
stores the nsefutness of aa excellent hone, ox.
eow.orsherp.
It cures foot-rot, hoof-all, hollow horn. grub,
screw-worm, shoulder-rot, mange, the bites and
stlnss of poisonous -pules and Insects, and every
oca drawback to st k breeding and bush life.
It cores every external trouble of bones, such
as lameness, scratches, swlnnr, sprains, founder,
wind gall, ring-bone, Mc, etc.
The M" Hustang Liniment is the quickest
cure in the world for accidents occurring In the
family, la the absence of a physician, such as
burns, scalds, sprains, cuts, etc, and for rbeuma
tlun, and stiffness engendered by exposure. Par
ticularly valuable to Itinera,
It Is tbsch past remedy la the world, for tt
penetrates the muscle to the bone, and a single
application generally sufficient to care.
Mexican Jtustang Liniment to put np la three
nines of bottles, the larger ones being properties.
45 Years Before the Public
THE GENUINE
DR. C. HcLANFS
CELEBRATED
LIVER PILLS,
FOR THE CURE OP
Hepatitis, or Liver Complaint,
DvsraniA axo sick stAiucaa
Symptoms of a Diseased Liver,
DAIN in the right side, under the
A edge of the ribs, increases on pres
sure; sometimes the pain is in the left
side; the patient is rarely able to lie
on the left side ; sometimes the pain is
felt under the shoulder blade, and it
frequently extends to the top of the
shoulder, and is sometimes mistaken
for rheumatism in the arm. The
stomach is affected with loss of appe
tite and sickness; the bowels in gen
eral are costive, sometimes alternative
with lax; the head is troubled with
pain, accompanied with a dull, heavy
sensation in the back part. There is
generally a considerable loss of mem
ory, accompanied with a painful sen-
sanon oi naving leit undone some
thing which ought to have been done.
A slight, dry cough is sometimes an
attendant- The patient complains of
weariness and debility; he is easily
startled, nis teet are cold or burning,
and he complains of a prickly sensa
tion of the skin; his spirits are low;
and although he is satisfied that exer
cise would be beneficial to him, yet
he can scarcely summon up fortitude
enough to try it. In fact, he distrusts
every remedy. Several of the above
symptoms attend the disease, but cases
have occurred where few of them ex
isted, yet examination of the body,
after death, has shown the liver to
have been extensively deranged.
AGUE AND FEVER.
Dr. C McLane's Liver Pills, in
cases of Ague and Fever, when
taken with Quinine, are productive of
the most happy results. Nobetter
cathartic can be used, preparatory to,
or after taking Quinine. We would
advise all who are afflicted with this
disease to give them a fair trial.
For all bilious derangements, and as
a simple purgative, they are unequaled.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS).
The genuine are never sugar coated.
Every box has red wax seal on the lid.
with the impression Dr. McLans's Lives.
Pills.
The genuine McLane's Lives Pills bear
the signatures of C McLank and Fleming
Bros, on the wrappers.
Insist upon having the genuine D. C
McLane's Liver Tills, prepared by Flem
ing Dros., of Pittsburgh, Pa the market beine
full of imitations of the name MeLane,
spelled differently but same pronunciation.
Baldwin, Laund on & Co.'s
GREAT ATTRACTION
OF
FALL & WINTER DRY GOODS.
Dross Goods
Of every style aud quality, at prices to suit
the purchaser, comprising Black and Fancy
Bilks, very low ; Black Cashmeres the best
ever offered offered in this market for the
money.
Jamestown Alnaceas. la new styles, more.
aesiraoie ana cheaper man ever uciore.
Oar stock of Ladles' Foi den and Domes-
tie Dress Goods is very full and complete,
and at prices that cacnor fail to satis'y the
demands of all.
Domestic Glnehsms in larae Quantities
from ten cents to a shilling.
Prints in great variety, from four to eleht
cents.
We Lave the exclusive eale of
Foreign and Domestic Shawls a fine as
sortment selected with great care.
Our Xsinon Stools.
Table Linen from 25 cents upward. Nap
kins unpreeedently low. Towclings of beau
tiful quality, and of every grade. Handker
chiefs a very fine stock. Some as low as
four cents each.
XTotlons.
We carry a full line ot notions consisting
ot Hosiery, Gloves, Collars and Cuffs, La
dies' Neck Wear, etc, also a very large
stock of Robert's Needles and Cutlery
which are guaranteed to please In every re
spect. They are the very best in the world.
Our stock ot
Hardware
and Groceries
Is ample and the prices suited to meet the
wants of everybody. An elegant stock of
choice
Carpets and
Oil Clotns.
f ib - up R Hi S
An agent wanted in this locality to supply the rapid demand !
NOTHING SUCCEEDS 1. 1 (IE SUCCESS
The former high priced machines REDUCED to
TWENTY
Thoroughly warranted and sent to you fur
Examination Before You Pay For It.
And ao obligation to keep one, IT not bettsb than any machine yon ever had .
Every Family can now own
The Old Favorite and
I Se'vTing Machine 820.
AkXOWXEDGES NO SUTEEiOP. !!!
2j We cannot make a Letter machine at any price.
, The Highest Piemiam Awarded the Stitch at the Centennial.
A RtrlctlT Ftrst-Claaa Double Thread Lock Sltch
fg any etuer, ana oontniulug au uie laie uuproveinvuis, witn tue om aim wcu-inca
FOR WHICH THE STANDARD IS SO TOFULAR.
A Vatfthfnl sTa.mil v Kelvin Vavrhlnf In rTfrr fTe of
tion of plain or fancy rwln with fttid certainty
whllr In use for years In Tttouaaoda of Famlilt-. that
At yearm, and stent in order lr e or ctti: (ft?. itn y m Tunuea m once ir noi perfect J v attKfuctry. mt
tiiroMn - ais Fsi Iowsf Bilow a 1,1, oTtlKat M.cai:.EH. N extra to liv for. Kadi larlilne la uc-
comps&nled by a morr complete outfit of numrou and h-fnl aitachTienta r r all k!nw of wore ifrvc of
extra chain than to (rtren with ny other machine .t any prlee. The 8t.: dsrd Machine ha more iccud
QoailUe than theme of double the price. Liiit and K.t KrxM, a child t an U9 tt STunxn and
DrtARLi. aevcr oat of order. Knpid and crrrtn lu fxprtitf n. No u relets 0k r timi to war ont or
make a noise. Will Lact rot Ye. Urem-ty la
twsHIs Thrwxul r.irk Stiteh. alike on both aid- of the
and StrooJt Needle,. Kxfa ton. Lftrire. emily threaded
Bobbins capable of holding? one hundred yards i thread. A Utrffe Mroair Machine with icreat wlflth or arm.
irlvtrur It many dealred qualities and irrvat capeeirT for a wld- ranci' f w.-rk. It Is thr w machine in prin
ciple and In point of construction. I'ae It once and you will e no other. Active At-cnta wanted In 1M1
county to receive orders, and deliver mat nine, r xtra lnducmcnis offei-fd (.leriryim n, Teacher?, lulnea
Men. etc lllutratcd Book, samples of wn k. with price Hot, et.. fn-. hate d-1i i rv of poodi uimrairi id
to any part of the world. Atdrvsa, bTANDAKL SkWl.Sti J1ACH1NK CO., ItliOAflWAV CLINTON'
PLAC, New York.
H0LBR00K BROS..
Surgeon Dentists.
Do not neglect to care for and so lose
your teeth. A small amount of money
expended to keep them in good con' I
tion Is a good investment. We keep
Tooth Brushes, Powder and Mouth
Washes and will be glad to select for
each of our patients just such as their
care demands.
This Is the time of the year to have
your bad teeth removed before the cold
weather comes and they begin to ache.
Wa make Gold, Silver, Continuous
Gum and Celluloid Plates (besides oth
er kinds), but find Gold a much better
base for artificial teeth than Rubber.
Examination and counsel free.
We will be glad to work for any who
may desire our services.
Teeth extracted without pain by the
nse of Nitrous Oxide Gas. 9-3 ;n
IIolbrook Brothers. D. D. S.
Ocsn make money faster at work for ns than at
anythina cle Capital sot required: wa will
start yon. SIS a day at home made by the Indus
trloos. Men. women, boys aaJ .sirl-a wanted
eTerywhere to work ft us. Now la the time Cost
ly outnt sad terms free. Address Tans Co., Au
guilt, UmiaM. 11-iTjrl'
Domestic Cottons at astonishingly low
pricita. The best hi cached cotton at 6
cents ever offered at that price. Peerless
wraps at SO cents.
A very complete stock of
Flannels
Selling lower than ever.
Cloths and Cassimeres
In unusual variety and quantity, which we
can make np to order at prices ihat cannot
lau 10 piease ; couMstlug ot uvercoallngs
ana euiungs ior men ana cmiuren's wear.
"Mao a very lame assortment ot Ladies'
Cloaklnga and an unusually large stock of
Keaay-inaae cioaKs irotn fi.au upwards.
fhe followiug : Call aud see it !
Our winter stock of
Tlo ady-xnade
Clothing
Comprise a fine svsortment of custom
made Clothing, at prices so much below
tbtisa previous to iliu war as to ksiouisb anv
whose memory may extend back fo long u
time. A!s Hats, Caps, Gloves, Underwear
ana ticnis r urnisnmg uoods.
Robes and horse Blankets very cheap
In our purchases for our
BOOT, SHOE and RUBBER
department this season we hare obtained
larger and better selected stock of the newer
styles than ever before. We have Ladies',
illises' and Children's Shoes, also Men's
and Boys' Boots and Shoes, which we can
sell greatly below unv former figures. In
fact In nil departments price are more fav
orable for the purchaser thaa have been
xnown ior years.
The citizens of Wellington aud vicinity
will do well to look over our slock before
purchasing. Wo will try to please all in
Iiowlng goods and makii g prices satisfac
tory.
DOLLARS!
a First-class Sewing Machine!
Reliable STANDARD
o
Si
CD
Maeh'ne. more compta In conlDmenu than cr"1
1 qualities
the word thflt rtins rni-vth and dnoi fverr tlpa-rr ra
o afronx nud veil mti.l. an J m lhonuhly tested
a'h machine oat 1-iy our t a.-t ory U warranted Tor
a moment, and ut.dertto.Kl in an honr. Muk. the
tOxMe from eamlrlt l It-ararr. ne a Short. Sirnl 'ht
Shuttle. Willi Newt ArToxTit Tn:x. Lace
12-uyl
A CARD 70
THE FUBLtS.
We wish to say that one of onr oldest and
most experienced uyaician3, alter giving
Sr. Seth Amcli's
COUGH IILTlI
A thorough trial, prorounces It FAR SU
PERIOR to ar-y Cough Kemiriy he ever sa.w.
The doctor had hrtenaQUcti d with a severe
cold, which would not yield to any perscrlp
Uon he coiild conioouDd, bnt with one bot
tle of the Couj;!i Killer, lio wa so much re
lieved taat be i-amo back and bourht seven
bottles more. If any one wishes to know
who tne doctor is wo wiil inform tuein by
calling at our store.
CROSSMAN PLTJMMER,
;ity ilall Drug Store,
Corner Second Street and Nicollet Avenue,
Minneapolis, Minx.
ARXOLD'3 CPCGU KILLER is sold by
all druggists everywhere. 8w6
For sale by Dr. S. B. Emeison.
Manhood : How Lost,
How Restored.
- Jnu nuhllsliril. new coition of OR.
I mJUZZM rri.VKlaUKLL'S (KLKHKATK:)
KKWKLL'S CKLfcltUATK:)
iisi si1 V UsitW KSfiAY 'n the rail'ml dire, (without
mtMlU-iiift ut KiteruiialorrhtiNft, or St'tntiital Waknt-nt.
1nrluDty SvniimU Lv-. Inifxitcncy. Mental n&
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practice, flat the alarnilntr vnHiuTCMi of wlf
ahum may bo radically cured wtiauur tin? cJaittferuu
ufsr oi mwrnai inotiiivne or me application or ine
knife: Dnintlnir out a mude of enre at onoe alninlr-
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Why do yon carry that rnsty-lookln? Trn mm0
Jl . hp you can nuke it look Juat as well as a
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1879.
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GIL BLAS,
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WTTU BEST AUTHORS, 4
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TUTTTS
A NOTED DIVINE SAYS
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READ WHAT HE SATSi
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worth their weinht in eold.
Rev. R. L. SLMPSON, Louisville, Ky.
A TORPID LIVER
is the frnltfnl source of many diseases, snch as
Dyspepsia Sirk Headache, t ostlwnen. Dysen
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The
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Druggists everywhere.
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