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RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE.
rmewing theaaTiveJ end deportareot traine at Co.
mbc Ohio. On and .fur JJnd5. May S4
-runs will ran et follows: '-,,'-" - ;
ClswelaaeU Otluln A CtnHt R. H. 1
- J r.'T ' 1 rA ' -V' " UlTI. 1IUTI
H..Y. A Western Express., l.-io a. M . i.xi a. M"
New York Kpre...,.,...l:10 A. M.', :io P.M.
Hail luid''irpresa.i.V...i,. Mt p. M. : WoICm.
alBwareAwaomaoaatioo. P, M, lel A. M.
40. Afsoanoiatinn,.., .OP A M.: 445 P.M.,
This train leaves Sunday moraine not Monday."
1 1 .... . s. aa--iAs-eN Agent,
tattle nUml icCvlnmkaift Xenla K.H.
HightTficpT...i.O....'. 70 A. M. TS45 A.M
iJinoinoati Accommodation. S:no A. M. 3S p. w.
Expreav.:.w-u..iu.i4a)4a f.Mi" M:AM.
Kpteas,,.,. ........ 6:15 P. M. 145-P. M
BJt'-tf;1 .N0.rW uOHERTT. Agent. .
efaltlaasre Oh I Railroad, Caalral'
iij ..; j vi ,ohla Mvlelaa.
LB ATI. . ABBtvtf.
Riaht hmM..'.w...i.i'l:H 1. M 1146 P. M.
Lightning Express.. ......11:10 A. M. 4:45 P. M,
Express limit
ill............. i:wi r. jn. riau a, m.
--. SMITH, Alien..
UolaWsne, fchicaea unA Indiana Cen
tral HailwaTt ,
Js !.v- M. .i,4T: i ! aebivb.
Night EzfraatuM(i-'-M:lu A. M-.. 1:14 A. M.
Anoomraodatioa ,j5:45 A. M. 1:50 P. M.
Western igraivri,, 40 P. M, M P. M.
Dayl5xprea..rr7...:;.ll:l(T P. M!rTl:00 A. M.
3 ! i i,... i --: 'O 1'-GjA Hiu, Agent
Sannakv, jUaaaiUlafcRewara A. It.
Trains Jeeve Newark and arrive aa fellow -
:"1 ii Uli ......... ,. : LEAVE. .. aitbitb.
rrahrbt...j.f.(.i..... a. ao A.M . 9-45P.M.
Jaaii and bxoreae.
.10.MA.M. 9.85 P.M.
Mansfield Express,....
3.45 P.M. 9.45 A.M.
A. W. Ubhnis. Acent.
riwaaffB)
Clscinvatl "t. loala
iMatiaiar. ,
. -V I '- 11TB. t JLKRITB. -
JTaw Tork Kxpraaa-. -r S.-ou A. M. , , 11:15 P. M
ElgnttaiUf Kxpraaa. .140 A. M. ' B.-Oot'. M.
Matf andGxpfaaa -J.a.uJ. M P. M. 11:M A. M.
Vanblaoo AoBomiaaaatioa 5KM A. M. .-40 P. M.
Xo' Kxpraaa iud iajl, .' All other treina
run dail, axoept Suodaj. . - . ...
Doautaon Aeooaaiodatioa atarti from fretjit
i. 'J.-j
yartr :; .!:niir.s; I :-'...t;t ... ,
;; ; '.- I ,. Jobs B.;Pbtkbs, Aj;ent.
COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE.
COLUMBUS POSTOFFICE. CLOSING AND ARRIVAL OF MAILS.
, jsatrxB.
Jaoiim "ThniBah Mafia,
Tia SieubenTilla and
. Pitoaanch. . . ..;
XaaUrn Way Maila, C. C.
L J. Ti
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M ,B30
a. a. r.f
M.-0;JtJ0
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Hortaweat, W. FW W.
CO. CO. AO. R B,
1
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il.i.u: I'd -o i(Uf w.k '-;..' ....
auaiui a uivj r tf I9Q ' 730
'tatuftTille A Whealinr. 1 .... ' ' .
C O. R. Way li-JO iao
Way .... 1& 110 T;30
Circlerille, Cbilliootho , , r ...
Portamawtn.vV...-...'i.il-i.'..t" 0-,.. -aoaaatai;
Ohtj..i-..i.;i i. . j. .---. .-90.'! W. 7:30
East vvay.Natioaal Bead,. 10J4 ..... .145
lit. yrot;0 War, Waetar-, .
Tilre- Aci......;.-....1 M30 J'... il.. ' 1KK
IlorthOotambnaandOlin- . ;ik : : . j
Tf asmngion M ai..Tia nar
rinborx. tri-wekly
arrirea t Madaya- Wad
Beadaya. A Fridars, and
lea TwaadaM. Tnata.
7M
VMM ;i ' ;
?4ay and Satardaya..J
antra V illaga. ( tri-week-
M SltHTllaTl.j .-.j- -" '
Ofpicb Hocus. Office opani atTX o'elook A.
and eioeaa at 1WY. M. , Kan daa. opana atSA.id..
and eloaaa at ii A. M. . - - . -, t,.
All Mailt eloaeon Snndayi ataP. M. ' - -' '
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster.
JULIUS J. WOOD Postmaster. Blitz and the Darkies.
Blitz! The very name is synonymous
MtU itcherift- anfl roguery' 'What a
tarl' of jugglery iliete; Is : in" ita pro
parrpiatiottj- pretto !' change -r'magiial .
vorda-in 4lorjol v, ar no more identi
fied with rniracnloua deeds than' that of
Bljtz. , Its tho prince of conjnrors,
and; adds to his "wonderful dexterity at ;
legerdatnain, tb most remarkabla power :
of (he human voice, known as rentrilo !
ijrifsrk. '1Blitiiii'fs' an arrant , jokeK and
Jovaq to carry out , A practical- joke ,of .
fan. For some weeks paBt he liaa been
frightening "tbe market men' of -Nw
Yori 0 by " causing ; their ' dead. ' pouW
Iry niaad i dressed L piga to talk H
sorts of stnfi-r and t-inake : formal
complaint of the nailowly end to which
they have been braugbt.ijjOae rbutcber, :
afteV throwing' a half dozen turkeys into
fhe streets, because they would gobble,
tLoiijh thy were as'deacf as door nailff, .
TO aaJuted, with terrible grant from a,
ybong pig that La -was offering for sal'
alL cUjan,and dres8edl('for' thetable-r '
Frightened' "hklf 'out,' of his.'wits.tlm
market man fairly cnt stick,'? pot would'
he come back again at'il piggy had :
VerexIi.Wf; :,;''f;.,, u';lt:' .y.--i.J
J9 JJut, the nanghtiest tb!g 'that Blitz'
ever did was to disturb a negro meeting
iome years ag in Belknap street, Boston.
JThe.Btbry is not generally known, as it
would perhaps have led to some persofa- -'
aJ trouble to him, bad it been represent- i
ed to'tb aatborities.'; i .'. U 1 f
.jAll Bostorj knows or has heard of. the J
ne6ri 'preacher, "J'atber Snowden, who j
keldfortb to .hiti cullered friends in Bel- i
knap street for so many years. !: It- was
W4ftjmetiiimm'erd alrernoori, 1 whett the
hpue Jrjs jprett. well filled-there be- I
jag' Wi-eyival ji lreligion; going - oni
wheniBHt. with some other persons (al- j
though 11 no1 is himSelf aa tiark' a '
rnulatto, and ,,bas "curly nair,-' jo jwotj, t
enWred tbe bouse. u It was pretty wariri
wwather;'1 but ' things vent oo nicely
fen'ougb; until the ''tnimsfer had'got "farm
ed' np' in bis' subject," and' Was' tisi'ng
words almoBt too long for a commpn eiaed
iictlonary when Biifz thought it was!
ibont ime. tw 'dd' something1. t,Vv.;'
4 And'tue,;Qrd said unto Moses"' .
" Bow, wow, wow," came apparently j
. from behind thepeek-ep, -
The JCorii-egati6n' looked "each other j
n thefafje ' with"cbnntenances darker ;
than evert wnile Father Snowden, after;
staring behind bimsell, seemed to come !
to the conclusion that' tbe noise1 proceed-'
'fid from tbe Btreet.andSo he commenced,
gajiau -r-. .-r f,nf -wy.j ., ,
--";And the JjordBaid unto Moses r": I
.o"i Staftd .froni 'tindp,"' cried a- voice,
ppatfcntiy .at thetop of the horfse1.' 1 j
24 Thft(aUrtledi'eoBgregatioB roirel; np,
the big whites of their eyes to tbe ceii-j
irig' n 'amazement, hile thw ininieter .
"Sre w" suddenly " io one side, 'ex pecting
epoethiog was comuig.down.. iiut alter
a toemenV pause, lit seemed quiet. And
eo Mf. rtowderf resumed.ii :- ! ' l
"Add the Lord said!tlni(yM'oBes-',
"Ain't y,Q0, ashamed o(. yourself !
take your band's off of. jt " jSaid, a
:v4oa preceeding apparanUyJiom ajTiryi
Beats miillatta' girl who sat in the s front
leV and' trpoVtwhoni all eyes were nowi
fcedi' - 1 t
tyvj, did'atT-toachr.yer.Vnaaid the man j
.next to Her, in amazemant. i : ! .-: ih.i I
ol' Sorfte'smited and Baid'Sam Johnson!
ught to , be aahanjed ,of 'iuni0el(' to ;act
so in meeting," and the minister frowned j
-febbn VbAa inr: war that would' nave;
thawed a snowDaiiouingnT, aner wnicn
Mr. Snowden attempted once more to
re8ume,ti8'fema'rk8;n ;,,w ,.,'
,a f- Ahd iue ljiord said Onto Mcrses .
y en, wait aia .ne oy t , cane euti-j
denly ;from.Hhei lips. o; an attentive:
listener in the side aisleJ '' t
The',', roinjlseit, fat?, astonnded'. ' ; jle
' looked at.the,Bianas thoughhia bojdnessj
had;lectrifiea hiia,:'- Some oft the con-j
gregation began to thinkthat,' finder the1
circumstances,' the infiuiry-was a've.ryj.
natural and appropriate .one. As io JheJ
minister himself, he was a little vexed,
now, and repeated-with emphasis: I
'u Ab'ff thWlotd saTd onto MoseS- i
flrel: fire roared.a voice ' which!
-seemedj tQ ome fxom.4ba entrance of the!
h6ii,rwitkBtartlijJg earnestneaiv. (
""1J:Thia' was"tdd jucb;nto bear tamely.'
AVnynwieM8? tne oor and
lbe.anVigbted women screamed likead,!
laa-thaw huddled. And poshed each other;
- put bf' the pew's land; down the 'aisle.
.j4ijn8tad'so
looked up to tbe top of the meeting
noose, patiently to see the . flames burst
inrongn the Blated roof. i n- :- m
And thpre Blitz left them standing,
Uietr eyes rolled heavenward, and irar
son Snowden in a brown '.Btodjr.v'.' ''
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Times of IIoldinLT Courts
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Franklin oounty. j "
IT. 8, a II. PA HI), CLERK OF THE
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is trutr laaen ana oorreeity vvpiva irvm im juwraai
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Timet of Holding Courtn in the Fifth Judicial
" .- n.-.,-!.i rtt-h lano t
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Pleas for the year A. D. 1889, shall begin in tbe
several counties of tbe 1 ifth Judicial Di.-trict of
the State of Ohio, at the times following , ,,
. --'-; -.-a DISTRICT COURT.- .-t..;f .-'
Madison, May 4tb: 1 Fayette, May 14th. '-.
Franklin, Ma 6th. , I Kosa, August 31st.
Piokawar, May ltlth. . . I Highland, Sept. 3d. ' '
Adams, Sept, (th. I Brown, Sept. 8th.
Clermont, Sept. 13th. '-
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS. '-
' Brown, Febroary 9th. Jnne 1st, November Sd.' ' .
Adams, January tTth. May 18th, September list.
Clermvnt. January 5th, June 29th, October Sth.
i Highland. Jar.uary 12th, May 18th, October 13th.
Hots, Jannary Stilh, J una 1st, November Sd.
Fayette. February 13d. June i9th. September
Slat. ':. -
. Madison, February Id, May ih, October 19th.
Pickaway, March 6th, June 15th, November 2d.
Franklin. February 16th, June 1st, November
15th. - ' ' - . --'
la witness vharaof we have hereunto, set anv
hands. :l . . , , . . . . .!,..,;
A
'. J. Q ASHBllRN, I JudgeB.
- JOSEPH OLDS, .m )
In testimony whereof I have hereunto sub
scribed mr name and affixed the seal of
SEAL raid Court at 1 o) ambus, this loth day
...... ot October. A. 1. ld.
T. S. SHEPAFD. Clerk. ;
Ootoher 31, 1868. . , oct3I-dltw3w
Sherifi's Sale. . . :
. Wa. G. Blynn . . ) (knrt of Common Fleas
vs of
Thomas B. Blynn et al.) ' " Franklin county.
- ' (in partition ).':. '
IN PURSUANCK OP AN ORDER OF SALE IN
the above stated ease, to me direoted. 1 will of
fer for sale at the door of the court house, in the
city of Columbus, on
Saturday, the 2S:h dav of November, A.1X
, .. ... . , isis, .... ........ ;
at 9 o'clock P. M. of said dav. tha followina da
sribed real estate, situate in Franklin county , State
of Ohio, to-wit:
Lot number one(i or a subdivision ot ontiotsol
tbe eity ef Columbus, numbers fifty-nine (59),
sixty (60) and sixty-one (61), ua.le by Samuel Me
darv. as ner nlat thereof recorded in book 8. page
534 of the- records of deeds of sid eounty, being
the same premises eonveyed to William Blynn by
1 h'a . tsaidwin, oy aeea aatea April zso, A.
D. I860.
Terms of 8ale One-third eah on dav of sale.
one-third in one-year, and one-third in two years
f ereaf ter, with interest f rem said day of sale, tbe
deferred payments to be secured by mortgage upon
we premises euin.
Appraised at tll.MO. ; ' : ' ' iJ.'--itnn.a t
Printer's fees' 13 75. .,' ,,-.
UEORUB H. GARHART. Sheriff. .
By J. S. Bull, Deputy.
J. W. Balowin, Att :t - eetS4-dltlwtd
;i:r ' . Shdrift's Sale.
Newell P. Mix. ' t Conrt of Common Plea
VS .....; of .1
Michael En gel et al.i.. Franklin county,.
IN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER OF SALE IN
tbe above stated case from said court, Jto me
directed, I will d er for sale at the door of the court
house, in the city of Columbus, on '
Saturday, the 2rfth dav of Kovember,'A.D.
: . .... T M868," ,",,.,.,. '
at 1 o'olock P. the following described real es-
ia e, nr. ib;
The snath half of lot number seven In Born A
Jennies' add tion to tbe city of Columbus. Ohio, as
Ser recorded nlat thereof reoorded in plat record
o.l, page 175, being the same premises conveyed
to said Macdalena Engel by Noah iggins, by deed
dated May 13th. A. D. 184. ' "
Appraised at ('241. 66. . . : , , ,..
: Printer's fets U 00.
' , OEOKOE n. EARHART.
i'ly n .1 RheriS and Master Commissioner. '
V By J. S. Bull. Deputy. ,
J.W.Baldwin, Att'y- . . ocl24-dltwtd
Drs Warner & Emminger,
DENTISTS,
BTJC3XI3-VX:
IZiOOK.
TIEOARDINO THE TEETH OF THE
EVj first importance to health, comfort and beauty,
we cordially invite yoa to call at onr pleasant Den
tal rooms. No. 18 East litnad street.
Your intelligence will discriminate between the
teuorant pretender and the properly qualified Den
tist. -
A rti ficial teeth made by us are worn with com
7 rt and serve thepurpoies ot speech, mastication
' 4 oeauty. As Dentists we aim to be the beet, and
;'- i all that's good. - , - u
Teeth extracted without pain , y7-w6m . .
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
V Wll.l. SITI.f.OR. F.TCHANfJR FOR PROP-
JL- ERTY in tbe eity of Columbus, a farm of 160
sores of land near Ottawa, the-county seat of Put
nam county, Ohio, and will par the difference, if
any, in cash. ' Toe land is sitnate at tha oorner of
cross mada. has house on it and twenty or thirty
acres cleared. It is very rich land, and well tim
bered with walnut, ash, sugar-tree and spice busch
A good bargain will be given. '
S. W. ANDREWS. 1
Office, corner of High and Broad -streets.
marS-wtf -
, t Merchants' Bank, -
NOTICE HHtREBVCIYEI TO THE
holders of the outstanding notes ot the Mer
chants' Bank of Massillon, and all others concerned
that in pursuance to tbe provisions of the tint sec
tion of the charter of raid; .Bsnk, that application
will he made to the Auditor. Treasurer and Secre
tary of Stale tosur ni r the Hm d.- dep?;tcd u
securo the circuUti- ;. t.;... i . lUt-.k a tr tbe epi
ration of six un r.'ii ''ir-mi II. ir '
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Massillon, Mar S8. ihbm . ,ji5Mrm' '
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v Attachmeut.
Elias Fiihep i Before Jas. M. Paxton, S. P.
vs.' ' ' 'of Nnrwioh toanship; -
James Lishley.) ':' Franklin eoan'y, AJhio.
ON THE EIGHTH DAY OF OCTEUER, 1868.
said Justice issued an order of attachment in
the a love action, trr the sum of Thirty Dollars.
tJiiuard, oct, lain, loao. ,
4cU7n3w-r , r ELIAS FISHER-
Farmers and Farmers' Sons
Wanted to engage in a business, during the Fall
and Winter, paying from t50. to $900 per month
Address, ' ... . t
I i ZEIGLER. McCURDY 4C07,M
octo-v" , , r Cincinna i, Ohio. . ,
Legal IVotioe.
A SAC OMER, WHO IS SUPPOSED' TO
. reside in Nevada Territory, is hereby notified
tha" Sousan Cromer did. on the Id day of Novem
ber, 1868. file ber petition in thebffiae -of the Clerk
of tbe Court ot Common Pleas, within and for tbe
county of Franklin and State of Obio, chaiging
the sai (Asa Cruiner witn williul absence rrom toe
said p.ainliff far mora than five years last pact, and
a.kiria that ' she mavbe divorced from said Asa
Oremer, and that she be allowed reasonable-alimo-
ni, wl.icn petition will stand lor bearing at tbe
next term of said Court. .; . , :
Dated Noven-ber 4th, 1868. ' l- 1 " "
SOUSAN CROMER.
By W. A. Pitrtlebauoh, her Att'y. ncv3-6w
. . - ... - -
Josenh Wittman. plaintiffs State oi Ohio, Frank:
' against lin conrty. Court of
Henry Maurer, defendant.! Common rleas -.... i.
rpilE SAID HE3IBY HAfJREH, DE-
A. fendant. will take notice that on the 1st day
of October, A. D. 1868, the said plaintiff, Joseph
Wittman, filed his petition in the Court of Com
mon Pleas in and for the county of Franklin and
State of Ohio, to recover from the said defendant
the sum of One Thousand dollars,-with interest
fiom the 3d day of September, A. D.i 1868. on bis
nerlain nromi.-aorv. note due unon -said dav. and
unpaid, and praying for aiurfg cent for said amount
with interest- aa aioreeam, ana mat 101 aaui
plaintiff has caused aa attachment to he levied, in
said cause, upon tue followii.g. described property
belonging to said defendant, to-wit: Lots num
bered 1. M, 13, 14. 15, 16,17, 18. 19, 10, 11, 9. 30. 31,
3. S3, 34. 35. 36. 37, 38, 40, 4 1 , 42, 43. 44. 45. 46, 47,- 48,
49, 60, it . tS, 54, 55, 66, 57, 68, 59 and 60 in Henry
Maury's addition to tbe oily of Columbus, in said
eoantv af .Fraaklin and State of Ohio, aa marked
on the plat of said addition recorded in the office of
tne K-.coraer 01 rranaisn count,
The said defendant is required to answer by the
third Saturday after, the 13th day of November
A. 0. 1868. JOSEPH WITTMAN.
By DbEsEl k Mayo, his att'ys.
".octa-w6a .. .11. .;-; .i.-i. !.;.,.
, Western reserve Bank,!
WABRStt, Ohio, August 19, 186-t. S
XTOTICK IS i HEREBY GIVEN TO THE
il holders of the outstanding notes of thedate
Western Reserve Bank, aud to all other parties ii.-tere-ted,
that after the expiration of six months
fruDt this date, application will De madete the Ati
A ; iHnrAtarr and Treasurer f State, to surren
der to said Bank tbe stooks deposited to secure the
outstanding oircuimiwi 01 emu v,aa, in pima
nf tl.. fnrtv6fr.h (4&) Meation of an act entit ad
"An act to incorporate the State Bank ef Ohio,
and other Banking Companies," passed February
H. B. PERKINS, President.
M.U. TAILKR, Cashier. j.. . . '
August 19, 1C63. ang28-w6m
PASSAGE TO' ANDifBOllI CHEAT
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DR. LAWRENCE'S
COMPOUND .EXTRACT
OF
;VI'
POSADALIS! '
A Safe raad Certain Care (and ttte
'. only oaia yet diseowered) for ,.
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SeroinU. In ' Its .Various Forma,
t I-, : SUCH AS t
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Oonsnmptlon In ita early stages, Enlargemea
and Ulceration oi th Ulinda, JoinU, , ;
Bones, Kidneys and Uterus,
. Chronio BJieumatism,, .
. .. Eruptions of the . ,
""t "' ''''' Skin, Chronio ' "',
' Bore Eve,' ' " " '--" ":
).-,., :.. :-. i - i ac. .i.I
also " ' 'I;ji'i;'
-E3C , I 'Xj""x''
1
.' - IN ALL ITS VARIOUS FORMS,
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DISEASES of WOMEN,
Loss of Appetite,' Sick Headache, Liver Com
plaint, Pain in the Back, Imprudence In .
:i-e -H ir'TolV ,;-.-(
ANn AT.T. rjTSFARKS (ffTHR.- '
Blood, sLlTer Ktdmeya 4c Bladder.
i.'"," ii--l ll; i;-,!' '.-vi.!! .-to !,t "Vt;!
It thoroughly eradicates every kind of humor aid
bad taut,' and restores tbe entire aystera ta a
eaiLUjr cuuuii.iuij. . .
IT IS PERFRCTLT HA&MLESS. faever pto-
duclng tbe slightest injury. . . . --r.: n, , .--f.i,..,
" llltl tl PAD ATlATTO fl'
Ann Av-AJLAA.i.a
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fa not a Secret medicinal The articles Fmm which
it ia made are published around each b-tle and it
is used and recommended by the Medical racnlt) ,
where-er it bs been introduced, as a POSll'lVK
and KELIABLE Medicine for Diseases of the
Blood Liver and riidners. t - -
dfy TJaed 1 and Indorsed by the
leHdiatx fbystciuns every where it
is luowa,
Tbe following, among many hundreds of onr best
Oitisens, testily to Its wonuerlui emcacr. '
SJEBTIFICATES FROM PHVS1CIANS..
Baltimore. Md Maron 4, 1868.".
. I believe Dr. Lawr ewe's "BOS AD ALIS" to he
the Bust Altkbat.ve in Use, and therefore
cheerfully recommend it as such. - -
,s. THOMAS J.BOYKIN.M.D.
, Baltimore, February 10, 18C8.
nn. J: J. liivvninit.
Dkhr Sir I take pleasure in recommending yont
RUSADALIS aa a very powerful alterative. 1 have
seen it used in two cases with happy results one a
case of secondary syphilis, in which tbe patient
nrnnnnnced himself cured after bavin taken five
bottles of .lour medicine.! Tbe other a ase of
sorolala, of long ttauding. which is rapidi" improv
ing under its use, and the indications are that tbe
patient will soon recover-. I. have carefully .exam
ined tbe formula by which your Koseda. is is made,
and find it an excellent compound of alterative inr
,redi.n.I,(, , Xour,,uut,.fcw CARRM ,D
....... f.r. -1 . ... f ' . - .
We know Dr. LawrenceJiosadalis to be a'safe
and reliable alterative. Ac. and take pleasure in
recominenuuag it to tne proieasion ana tnepubuo.
.. r. -A.D. MOOBB.kl.JJ..
. , .. L. A. STITI1, . D..
" - ' ' - J. H. W1NSTEAD. M.D.;
rl- I M- K. O. BAKHAM.M.D..
W.O.DUGGAN, M.D
E. BARN KS, M. D..
R. W. KING. M. D.,
t . ft. WOODuRl). M. D..
W,T. BKKWER. M. D..
. .. ., W.J.BULLOCK, M,D.
.Unnnf 1PB8. ''." ' '- .
1 hereby certify that I am personally acquainted
with the above named Physicians, and they are all
gentlemen of respectability and standing in this
community. T. C. DAVIS. C
" - i . v Mayor of Wilson. N.C.
January 11, 1888. . ,, i ;
llosadalis 'trill Cure! tbe Wor
CttHes , of .' Scrofula -v- Rend the
d Statement Below, and Iespair
Mo..' " ",::..'-- : ;::) ''1
Wilboh CorruTT. September 10, 1867.
Dr. J.' ii Lawrence: Dear Sir My- youngest
daughter, aged five years, bu been dreadfully af
flicted with .-rrofuia nearly all her life. I tried a
great many physicixus, but without relieving ber
much: in faot, most of them said there was nohope
of cure. During the last i prirg the wn worse than
ever; ber body and limbs being covered with sore;
snd blotches with face and eyes badly nice ated
and swollen. -While in this eooditioa I was ad
fifed by Dr. L. A. ritithtotry your Rosadalia. I at
inoe procured three bottles, and oommenced giving
it toner,- The effect was uagical In less than a
noath to mi great astonishment, she was entirely
nrs. with much respect and gratitude.
!., !ir?.:: (, ,. W.W.B.'BNfiTI..
ttosadalis Cures all Skin Diseases.
WlLSiN, N, C, September 15, 1867,"
Dr. Lawrence; Dear Sir In 1883 my son. now
aged five years, was vaccinated with what proved to
be impure matter, which completely destroyed hit
health. He has been affiioted with an inveterate
and extremely troublesome Eruption of tbe 8kin,
some times breaking out in sores, Ac. Kosadalis was
pres ribed by my family physician. Dr. A, D. Moore.
Aftor taking it a few weeks my son became and re
mains entirely well. ' ' .....
' loirs truly, - J.B.DANIEL.
'Chronic I.irer Complaint Cured..
This is to certify that f was cared of Chronio Liv
er Complaint by Dr. Lawrence's Kowdalia, after
having been confined to my 1 ed and house for a long
time, and trying various medicine without beuefit.
I know of several others in this county curod
through the use of Rosadalia, and it can be found in
nearly every home in my neighborhood, and they
all ciaise it asa great medicine. r
" - THOMAS THORN. -
Green County. August 14, 1867. .( c. . . ...
Rosodalis Is a Potent Remedy In all
Chronic Diseases. ':
Fbosi G. W. Blouiit. Esoj.t Attorke at Law
-. ' . Wilson. NothOabolij(A.v''' -.
I have been cured of Chronic' Inflammation of fhe
Ear and PartioJLDeaihess, of tn years standing, by
lioaWi-.J!j7r, 3 fihiK W. BLOUjft,,
. -. ir
Roaiadalia wljU. Care the ;.ferj
IVorst Cases of Chronic
a o'i'. 'Rhtanatisnv i;; " -i:-' jc
PobtsmoutbY-wI Tsbraai S3. 19BB'
Captain J. HJJaker :. .,. , :.. , ........ -,,
Dear Sib- This is t ol, ertify that 1 have been
afflict d with Kbeunratitni for the last five or six
years,' many fimes aai)Ie to move. 1 tried ail med
icines recomihe.ndsi to me for the disease, without
receiving any li.efit.vHaving beard ''Kosadalis"
highly spoken of, ! procured a bottle, and,' finding
some relief, continued i until 1 am happy to say
that 1 am completely well. ..
1 hut only consider tbe Roeaaa is" a tftvereign
remedy for Rheumatism, bat I believe it also a pre
ventive, and I oheerfully recommend it to the
afflicted." -.')- ; Yuurs,vory truly. - ' .
,MTT7! . ) . , I 'JAMhfs WEBB. '
.1 " W'iuon, January j", 188.
I hereby certify that 1 have used Dr. Lawreooe's
justly celebrated Koradalis in my family a a goa
eral Alterative and Tonic, with the most aaiutae
tory resnlu. and t therefore eonseientiuualy recom
incni it to the public aa a medicine of rare aod gen
uine merit.. . JaMES W.-DA VIS,
Sheriff of W ilsun county, N . C, i
iRnsniI.rfl. This medicine has met with-an aa.
precedented success in tbisaomuiunity. Capt,- lis-
Ber, Ilia t"1 ' w .owi., oo.ll iur UllB VI bjr, ill
forms aa that ft is next ttt iiupoesible to supply toe'
demand made for it : and that the medioi. e is effect-
ngsoine wonderful euros, and giving great sstis
tscti.JQ to ail who have sed it Norfolk (la.)
JfaHf Jtwmtf, fovembtr p, 1867. ',; ,,'
TrWed only by j.' j. LAWRENCE. M; !..!
Cbemiat, Baltimore. Md., (late ef ivilson, N, 0.)
Price $1 bowr aottle. . I rl:.'r
AarjSolil wholesale by all the principal Wholesale
Druzkists in all the large cities of tbe United States
and British .America, and retailed by ' druggists
every where. -J . .'. ' '.'', ' ','- ;! ;
r Alt lottara of inquiry ftc. promptly answered,';; i
Address Dr-J.J. LAWRENOfc, ft OO., sole-pro-'
BrUtoraand maaufaclorart. aV44 Baltimore street.'
altimcre, Md , ,,
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Nisht Express arrives at Columbus at 1:04 A, M.
Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus at lxd8
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E. 8. FLINT, .
. . ; ..." Superintendent, Cleveland. Ohio.
, . JAMES PATTERSON.
' ' ." Agent, Columb S.Ohio. "
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FOTC TllE' II 'A I IS.
!.:- . .- to Improved I
. .-I
It is an elegant Dressing for the Hair. '
- - - .-I . 1 .- . - 1 ' -i
It causes the Bair to Curl beautifully.
- ' '- : -1 . 1 . .. .. -.ii.; ,
It keeps tha Scalp C'eaa and Healthy. . , ,
It invigorates tht Roots of thejQair. ,i r.
It forces the Bair and Beard to grow luxuriantly.
It immediately stops Hair Falling Out.' '-''
It keeps tbe Hair from Changing Color from Ago
It restores Grey Hair to iU. Original Color., , . , ,
It eriags oat Hair on heads that Tiave been bald for
-tl n -i !; :'-; .,1 5- ;
years.
It is composed entirely of simple and purely veget-
,:: , , ...... ; ble substances
It has received over six thousand voluntary testi
monials of its excellence, many ' which are from
' ' ' ' physicians in high standing.'
.; It is sold in Tialf-pound bottles (ths name blown
ia tha glass), by Druggists and Dealers in Fancy
Goods everywhere, at One Dollar per Bottle; Whole
sale by Demaa Barnes A Co.; F. C. Wells A Co.r
Schieffelin A Co.,Jfew York. ' sCBNT-mchW-dly
A New Article of -food,'
a:
i' t ' - -"T7VrtwlaonJl .' '- .'..i IV,
It was M. Brillat Savarrq. the celebrated French
Gastronome, who first said, that ''the man who in
vents a new dish does more lor Society than the
nan wno aisoovcrs a naneu "t ine - .:
,. . CACIO DI MlCCiiBOM .
or Italian prepared Cheese Maocaroni. is now of
fered aa a most delicious, wholesome and piqnant
eomectible (convenient lanch) for tbe use of fam
ilies. Bachelors. Excnreions tPicnics). Travelers.
and for use in Beer S loons. Barer Sample Rooms.
It is eaten on Bread. Birauit or Toast.
It is ruitablefor Sandwiches tlnglese "Pite ft
tin di pane condtntro." Especially ia it adapted
for those climates where the article of cbeeso can
not be kept in a sound oondition for any length of
time.. ... .... 1
1 1 may he used as a seasoning for Soups, Hash or
Stews-and aarmed upon a store, alter the ean
Baa been opened, it mattes, w-itnout lurtner prev
naration. a Delicious Welsh Rarebit.
- For Travelers and others, it'ia far mora f eoltom-
ical and convenient than Sardines, Deviled or Pot
ted i eats. - - ' ' " !
The proprietors and.Patentee cannot bnt ask for
it a trial.
Send 5 for s ample dozen a lb Cans, and rich
ly gildkb fhow curd, securely packed, and ship
ped' per express to any address. Liberal discount
made to the trade. . .. t( ' ' i ' .
N. B The Cacin di Maccaroni is nnt nn in tin
boxes, and packed in cases of two dosen at tS per
ease, net cash.
For sale by all respectable Grocers and at the
fruit tttores.- ........ . ,; ,
Kesnenfiihla affanta wanted evervwhere.
All orders aud communications should be ad
dressed to "1
THE LIVINGSTON CACIO COMPANY,
1 . 88 Liberty SUaet,.Aew York.
VNT-Sfp29-deod6mos
PITTSBURGH.,-
(Natrona Saleratus
AiWORD WITH YOU!
BRFAD IS THE STIFF OF LIFE
your most important article ot diet. The health
of your family largely depends upon its being , (
"'. LIGHT AND WHOLESOME. ,'.
: Would yoa have it so? Then nsa only '
H A T R 0 N A JsTl E R A T U S !
- A3" IT 13 ABSOLUTELY PORE. -
Whiter than snow : makes Bread always light
white and beautiful Takes pound home
to your wife to-nigbt. She will ba.
. . delighted with it, . ,
Buyers of Soda should try onr ' .
.(i'i
BI-CARBOMTB OF SODA.
We guarantee it not only far superior to anyntber
American make, but even purer than the best New
Casile or English Soda. .... . .j i i.
t
MANCFACTV&XD BT THE
DCUU!A CAI T KAUIICin M
riwiiri ri" onLi 1 mnnui u "uu,
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111 Til
PITTSBURGH, PA.
r T-liun ivwoij-r
'BOOTS' 'AND SHOES.-
T. 8. HEFABD. .- '"..:( HOSI6B1L
CrfQOTS 'AND; SHOES.
NEW TP-XIOSi-'-l'aa
rrt I ; rh'bpard hatiwO-fokmed
,4. a partner-hip with G HO R1GKR. for the
purpose of carrying dh the Boot and Shoe trade at
rxo. ia soirrfi high street,
'Would respectfully Invite their friends and the
-publicgeLeially to call and exsmine tbeTBL-eand
well snincicd stock of Ladies'. Gents'. Misses and
Children's Boots and Sboes, this dsy received oa-i
reokfrom tbe hast, and wbicn tney are now onenng
t.rr'iisle nn th most reasonable terms- In our man
ufacturing department 8peeial atieutioa;is aiven to
CUSTOM -Myitis IV VllA..
Ttepairin df all kinds neatly aod promptly dane.l
. He would rospectlauy .aouon a auare 01 puoiic
'oatronace. Please kite us a call. No trouble to
.Show g.Kxls. v . . --.,(; ' 1,'J.:;'L:':"1 i
Remember the place : No. 163 South Hign street.!
..... . 8HEPARD A H0RIG6H, !
EColumbns. .. Sept. Aa. IW6a. .. dtf
GROCERS;ii-"'U-"ion
M'COLM, MiLEll& M'UOXALDS,1
v-n NO. ASsn : SOUTM HIGH-STREETr
-:-' .X..CHeQ-CfcE.:, -v
,TitUPtllETK5 1 SDA1 1 .T rn ttV'ai Pnu7
i .1 1 1 R MAG A ZI2J E, and asenta for the sale of
nasara -trowaer vompany-S' rowder. Ageatslor
W' 'tiiRDNtTRl PH1FPS M-S 1 - '-"
tJelebrated "Sugar- 'Cured ' ITans,
918 : s. 1 13 ind dealers in- 'K't'. " '"ii
FOREIGN, DOMESTIC ANJ STAPLE
GRKIE9 i
;ta aid their varieties, imported: Vines. Brandies
4Cigars. etc- ;, , t . iull-eodly .
aTOSEl?H ' mv GBIGER
, Attorn TT at
.3 1 v.. ;, i . 1 t : !".3 -...u v. ! 4.
jARsqs-8 BuiiiNa ,u ; ip - lS,,,.,i.
' au26-eod3m COB. T0Wlik, PlGBStS.'
Cincinnati Railroad. TRANSPORTATION.
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO
COLUMBUS, CHICAGO AND
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY
INDIANA CENTRAL RAILWAY —AND—
The" Shortest Route West -tm
Cincinnati Railroad.
y oria and Indianapolis.
FOUR TRAINS DAILY leave Onion Depot l?n-
i. i.J:ii.y-iq Iambus, asfollows:. , , v
C.iK A. M. TOLEDO EXPREgg' Sundays
U. t excepted J Arrives at Mil ford M A. M t
Jrbaua8:62 A. M.; Pigua 14.06 A. M.; Lima 13:01
P., kLe Tmed3;A P; Detroit 6:10 K M
Passengers by this train arrive at Toledo !
Detroit 3 hears aaaadef any other soat
1910 p- M- DAY-tJXPRB-8 Sundays ax.
J-l-V 'PtedJ Arrives at-Lirhana. 3.-t8 iv M.i
Piqua S6P. M.; Bradford Junction S:I8 P. M.s
Richmond 434 P.M.; Indianapolis 70 Pl -Hj, Ia
gansport 90 P. M.; Peasiaa A. M.i Galesburg
viUe 144 iA. M.: Terra "Haute Il P. M.; MaUoon
i?5m SuK: M:- i,i-,Lo?.,,s-8:?0 M-iL-favette
U:0 v- M-! Spnngfield. Illinois, 630 A. M.: Qaiat
ey U:S P M.; Kookuk2JALp" M x
- Pasvenaers by this train reach St. Tvt,;. th.n-t
morning - hoara ahead, ,n4 ft poi,,,, WMt
all other routes. . . "i
5:20
P. M. CHICAGO AND 8T. LOUIS EX-"
PRKSS (Snnda'TH-KTCRntAH l 1 .
PiauaSSP. Mj Lecinsnort boos a. M., oil...
8:1& A. M4 Indianapolis 'i6 A. M7: Terrs Haute
545 A. M.: Evansvitle 648 P. M.: Uattooa 848 A.I
M.; Pana 10K)5 A. Al.; Alton 1:40 P. M St. Louis
S46P. M.; Lafayette 7:15 A. M.: Springfield, Ills.'
-rtttP, M.:Quincy 740K.M.; Keoknk 8.45 P, M.
Louisville 75 A. M.: NashviHa 444-P.M :; Mem
phis 9:U A. ,M.; Toledo 640 A. M.; Detroit 44
a. jo. " . . ..... ..1
NEW AND ELEGAN T-ori 9: n.Uct
, ,fS 1 e e p 1 TJt'g ' C a. r aj
RON' IN THIS TRATN WtHIOArOTATrt.
ON ST.' LOUIS ROUTE: TO MATTOONiUaVt
317 MILES, WITHOUT 'CHANOE,..3 s ...
Arriving at St. Louis lUJaaura and Louisville
8 hours ahead of any other ronte. .., ,
0'(Vi M.JJIGHT EXPRESS. DaHy to In
1 JtJ ' d lanapoKs.aad, Kundayt excepted, sail
Ohicage.' A rrives at Logansport 845 A.M.: Peoria,
6:15 P. M-; Chicaao 10 P.M.: Indianapolis T:M A .1
M.; Terre Haute 10:50 A.M.; Evansville 1040 P.M.
Vloffrnnn 1.IQ l U . I'.!... ..IK A U . II m.itX3''
M4 Alton 7:15 P. M.; St. I ouis 8:10 P, M.: Lafay
ette 140 P. M.; Louisville 4.30 P. M.: Nashville
444 A. M, Memphis 4:16 F, M. . . .. " ,
Passengers by this train reach St. Louis 4x and
Chicago a hours a heme of any other' .'
route. ,u H:pr .
State Ifoom Sleeping: Cax-ss
, RUN IN THIS TRAIN- J
FROM'PITTSBURGH TO INDIAN APOUa !l
3i WITHOUT CHASBa.-i .., . ,,;P,
AA- Call for Tickete via Iwiamnarmrfe w-T2i..nu.n
T Tickets for sale at Union and Piqua Depots.
Columbus, and St all principal Railroad. Ticket
Offioes. . -- -; 1.- . T :
.... - F. CHANDLER. GenT Ticket Agent. ,
. J. M. LUNT. General Snperintenden '
NEW TIME EAST
BALTIMORE & OHIO
' I I. Ii
I' 'Ji1l:!
1.-5 ' f iiol w ' ... I
of
111 !K
BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD
KfHT
I :i: 1. liiAiTKriTiyj'!
ThrseTralas IioaweCalunthnsfUn.o
Aepot),. Aiaity (Sunaaya fcxcepteol
;8:i0 'A.' M. NIGHT EXPRESS.' arrivin rf,; -Zanesaille
at 440 A. M.; Bellaire at 8:10 A. M.
Baltimore at 440 A. M.; Waahington City at 501
A. M. " ' '" (..i'i.':., jt H.'J..,,iI
li:io' A. M. LIGHTING EXPRESS- rrivlnV
at Zanesville at 1:16 P. M : Bellaire at 444 P. M. 7
Baltimore at 8 ao A- M Washington Qity at w (
T. 77J .
'rJon .tu ff
2:00 P. M. EXPRESS MAIL, arriving at Zeaea-.
ville at 4;45 P. M.: Bellaire at 840 P. M.- Baltimore
at 4:45 P.. M.; Washington City at 5:45 P. M,
aaTheea trains are frost TWO to EIGHT hours,
in advance of all other routes to Baltimore and,
Washington.
Close connections made at Baltimore and Wssh-'
ington with trains for Philadelphia and New York.
Passengers holding through tickets to Eastern)
cities have the privilegeof I : '.w. : ..1
A
.-11 ... . . - , ..
V iM Insr f
Washington i City'. Free j.
0
.! -l";:!l . . it ,I'A
'.1 r
-iii-i :i ,' ,h .!.;-n.;-.h')
No Change of Cars at Ohjo River
' Tl'l r.i
Ask For XICKETS TlaHF.LlUAIR.
JNO h. WILSON. Master of Transportation,
' L. M. COLE, General Ticket Agents .!"
JNO. W. BROWN, tienl Passenger Aft., ,,
mawlil '
-
Little Miami, Columbus & Xenia
—AND—
DAYTON & WESTERN
RAILROADS
' :'t -.".' -'' V .- I f .,r:-'.
On an after MONDAY. May 11th. IKS. F00 ,
..,,.. TRAINS DALLY wUI leave Columbus o .
FOR C1HCISNATI L0DI8YIIXB, CADJ0, 8X
, iOUIS, DAYTON, RICHMOND. Iff.
. DIANAPOLIS A CHICAGO, .
Withou tchange of ears tO-D A Y TON and RICH
. AHJjMI', and only one cnangeot cars to 1N
' i DIANAPOLIS and Ctil.AtiO. 1 ,: ,r
, k j . ;, Connections are reliahls as follows ''- li
FIRST TRAlN"(Daily).
It.
Leaves at ISO A. M. for' Cincinnati, Circlevilla '
Lanca'ter, tmiseore ana uniinooina; stops at Loa-,-
doo. Xenia Morrow, and. Lovaland, Auiviof a. I
Cincinnati at 60 a m. -. . -
t : . i'J- i:-...l'i '" ' 'nil V..! (It 7-.'!
.... .. . SECOND TRAIN. , . l '
. , . (Daily except Sundays J . .
Leaves at 5:00 A. M. for Cincinnati. Dayton'
Richmond. Indianapolis and Chicago, and stops at
. West Jefferf on, London. South Charleston, Selma.
Cedarville.Xenia, Spring Valley, Corwin, Morrow.
- South' Lebanoa, Fosters, Lovelan.t, Milford.ac
- riving at Cinc nnati at 1045 A. M., oonnecting
'with the Mail Boats.' l t- -.-e. . .1
0 . j ' ' THIRD 'TRAIN. :; ' -'"U
(Daily except Sundays.) " :' ';-!':-T
leaves at 12:85 P. 44 ar Cincinnati. Dayton and
: Springfieldi via Xspia. arriving at Cincinnati at
6:10 P. M. " '
FOURTH TRAIN.'1
"' "Dny' except Sundaysii 3rs,
Leaves at 6:15 P. M. fof" Cincinnati Dayfarn aiia
- riprinr-e d via Londoa, 4toppi nf at Aitaav- West
Jefferson, London,, South Charleston. Selma,
Cedarville. Xenia. Morrow and LovnlaadVaad art
Tivingat CincuiriaUatl0401.M.i ;.tlJ 9.S3
"'"' -.-ro eAt; i-vi.jtii i.-i.3ir;i brsiawcq
Sleepina: Cara n aTl'laja't'''rarsii!
Ti ..1 iiiiimtj 1 vuiiii- ;:i r. ii n;v'-
-.',-s-a-4 . HENRT BROOKS, Ticket Agent.
JNO. W. DOHERTY. Assnt.' T
'' J0H"JT lHJRAND. J '' 'f'-'-i ui5-"l !3i'w
'GopI Ticket Ag'tJ .siiiw vaylBa
PITTSBURGH, CINCINNATI &
ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
PAN HANDLE 1
; anol arts Jane ihi ISCK iraing wiH rasLa.
follows: r. -t
lrm: -t'W.'iYVKxpTeasii'I'V' Mail - i- 7asl Una
ColumbnSiO....00 A, M- J:15 P. M. 11S0 A. M .
Newark . .8:25 A. M.' '340 Pl'M 1:SB
Steukenvilhv..B.-OU A.M.1 Ml P. Jt,.r .;1.1M,
.Arrive at ...
Plttsbnrah .'.V.fl.rb'lT.'MP WiO W.Miil tas. ii.
Harriwbarg,.. 4 P. M.j.JSUM P. M.. . 5.-00 A..M,
ThiladclpMa.:,145 A. M. 40 P. Mm9.-S AVMi
kiiew' Y-tirh.ii.lfcOWAiM.-' 445 P. Ms lliS4-A, M,
Utimors 65" A. M. .640 P. M. 1x40 P. M.
..Y. J . ..... .. aj.n A ml n.n U T ' . ...I .1 k.
Jw6a...V(irfc) otOO-P. M. i. .,.1.-.-. 1240 P.M.
Elegant state mom sleeping ears on all night trains,
Oa the Kaet Lloatbaeelsbrated TSilrer PalaeeT
day and night cars are run through from Columbus
to Philadelphia and NewYojk without chanaei'
49 Passengers by UirtiOO A. M. Sunday traia
arrive ia few Jerk at 5 o'clock Monday morning,
an advantage never before oHered.'" ' A f '4-..
' llJ.'-JT J-.fj t-rl'. ': t ;;&. f. SCULL.,,!
. Gen1 Ticket Ag't. Stenbenville, O.'
' ' W."W. CARD. SnprintenrteirVr-tenbeT.iUa. .
'Al
w. B. Bi)OIi.'llMLlBd6gMj;S. -u a aa
Cor. Kicks BcUla:hSM, Casnua,:
W h o I e s a I e1yC roce rs -
. . I. .. tiaj ..w.t.-J. lot ui srij.uatvoi.i
FEW 'OBXEAN8 - etJUARt? ASD KOXAIU
Islamd Butfars, Coffe-vTesaf epieaa; Tobaecea.t
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