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Railroad time fifteen minutes fatter than city
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Ticket Office. 217J4 Main street, on door
north of Jefferson. . .
MISSISSIPPI AND TENNESSEE R. R, '
(Takes effect Sunday. June 12, 1870.)
N. 0. Mail (Ually)... 'll
Kxprew, " 8.30
Freight (dailyex. Sunday) 3.20
Depot at foot of Main street.
Tii'ket Ollice. 237H Main street, one door
north of Jefferson. "
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On and after May 28. 1870 trains will run
daily (Sundays excepted), as folows:
Ferryboat will leave wharfboat, foot of
Ilnion street, daily, a. 6.a).:n,.
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THE UOLDES STATE.
r.tnurdinry Jold Dlrry The
San Francisco (July fi) Correspondence, of the
iSew Bedford fttndard.J , .
Thiit there are more thincs in heaven
nud earth than our philoiojjhy dreama of
is proved every day to an extent mat
must make the wisest among ug unpleas
antly conscious of helpless ignorance.
i'ruxnectinir lbr cold baa been hitherto
conducted on strictly scientific princi
ples, guided by the lay ol the ground, the
indications of former wntcr-courses, and
the general geological features of the
iieieliliorhood. But it has now bedn
phown that a forked hazel wand is a bet
ter guide to hidden mineral wealth than
anything else yet known.
foine yenrs ago a man named Mallory
took tip his residence near Yreka, and
commenced wandering through the
mountains with a forked stick in his
Lands. Many people thought bo was
crazy, but other of more experience
made known his object, so that his ac
tions were watched with considerable in
terest. At last the working of the divin
ing rod indicated to Lira that a saddle
shaded bed of silver ore was snugly
wrapped up in an adjoining hill, and
without any other encouragement he
commenced to drive a tunnel to it. For
feven years he labored patiently, satis
fied that bis simple instrument, guided
by the mysterious laws of attraction,
could not be at fault, and last week his
perseverance waa rewarded by striking
the golden pommel of the saddle, the
first proof of the immense treasures con
cealed there. The rock, crashed in a
mortar, bas yielded an average of $17
to the pound, and the rest of the mass
in sight is apparently as rich. The curi
osities of mining would form a very
readable book, eppecinlly that portion of
it describing the manner in which most
of oar richest leads have been discov
ered. The New Almaden quicksilver
mine was found by an Englishman, who,
observing that the Indians went to a cer
tain spot for a peculiar red earth with
which they painted their faces, was in
duced to examine the locality, thus Te
vealingthe largpst deposit of cinnabar
in the new world. The Keddington quick
silver mine was discovered by some la
borers making a road, who, noticing that
some of the stone they lifted wer(Bn
usually heavy for their size, broke a piece
otf and sent it to Sun Francisco for ex
amination. The celebrated KUrhardt
silver ruiue in White Tine, one-half itf
terest in which sold last week to Eng
lish capitalists for fl,O"0,000, was
pointed out to a camp of loggers
by Indians, who brought in lumps
of native silver and o He red to allow
where -they got them for a moderate
recompense of flour and tobacco. The
famous bluc-eravel lead, one mile of
which yielded from IW4 to 1800 the sum
of to.OH.VtKK), was accidentally struck by
man dipping a well, and the Butte
mine, in Sicora county, from which II,
345,000 was taken in six years, waa dis
covered by a hunter, who, sitting down
to rest, saw disintegrated quarts richly
streaked with cold scattered about, and
was thus led to make further researches.
Nor have all the great prizes yet been
drawn. Capital, luck and labor, sepa
rately and combined, arc constantly
finding new wealth in our mountains,
and probably will continue to do eo for
all tis;3 ta comW-.
A colored jailer drrwn in Little Rock,
Ark., lets everybody go into the jail who
wirhc to visit it, but charges them fifty
cent to ciime out. lie should be sent
o Congress. .
A.M. r.M. A.lf.F.II.
8.40 I o.K
Arrival of 8011 tliernere from Ilraall
In tli or IUtuUou.
From the Charleston Courier, 12th.
The United States steamship of war
Quinnebaugh. Commander E. Barrett,
arrived at this' port yestordev morning
from St. Thomas, in thirteen days.
The chief feature of interest, however,
oonnected with the arrival of the vessel, is
the presence on board of number of
those tfhjbrtunate emigrants, who, at
the close of the war, were induced to
lf.ave their homes with a view of bet
tering their shattered fortunes. There
are on board of the vessel thirty-four per
sons, men, women anu cmiuren, wuo
left the South at the close of the, war, and
hom Commander liarrett iouild at rer-
nambuco and Ptlra in a destituto and
starving condition. They were taken on
board and furnished with transportation
to the nearest United States port, by or
der of the President of the United States.
Their forlorn condition should be a ter
rible warning to those who are look
ing to emigration They will bo disem
hurke A to dav. and will be furnished
with transportation to their homes. Dr.
T.oM.t thA hpalth officer of the port.
Kev. W. B, Yates and the officers of the
vessel have been unceasing in their ef
fnru to tirovide for their comfort. The
nffifora and rrew of the vessel have sub
scribed $200 for the purpose of relieving
their wants, and as these unfortunate
people belong to our sunny South, they
hvn a nor-nlinr claim on our charity. It
is hoped that the people ot Charleston,
with that noble cnamy ior wuiuu iuej
have always been noted, will come lor
Brrr1 onrl subscribe aid for the sufferers.
Subscriptions left at this olhce will be
AovntA in the nurnose.
We are informed by the Captain that
he left thirty-seven persons ana three
families at Pernambuco, and four or five
families at Para, who are also in a starv
ing and destitute condition, Dut wno
were detained by the Brazilian govern
ment refusing to grant them the neces
sarv nassnorts. This fact will be prompt
ly reported at Washington, and the steps
necessary to tree tnese - persons maeu
A HiatlvLoteraof French Wine.
A good story is told of an American
traveling in Paris.' Having occasion to
take a hath, his Tihvsician recommended
a wine bath. In the employ of the estab
lishment there was a colored man whom
he had known in America, and of him he
inauired how thercouldgivea wine bath
. ...... -1
tor sevenry-nve cents. nni, uuuao,
said the necro. that wine has been in
the bath room for one weelc, ana you is
the thirty-eight person that bathed in it.
" Well I suDoose thev throwit away when
thev are done with it." " Oh no. master;
thev (cod it down staiis for the poor
J . , i t r . . C . II
people, wno name ior iwenty-nve una.
"And then what do they do with it?"
"Bottle it np and send it to America,
where they sell it for French wine.
The San Francisco Bulletin is respon-
sPole for this: " A day or two ago a child
was bora in the auburbs ot the city with
two beads. One of the beads was so at
tached to the bodv that, in the opinion
of tie attending physician, it was neither
useful nor ornamental, tie tuereiore
determined to amputate it, and did so
twccesrfallr. The child is still living,
u doing well better than could be ex
pected ander the circumstances."
XTEEBEA5.0 THE Ttb DAT OF KO-
Tent. A. I. ItV, Hithael Leary and
kU wife, Hn Leary. ifyid adrrd of trust
to me. wbirh Is recorded in the Keruter's
ofieet of Bbelby uaty, Tenaems. to treura
the payment of a rumiry note for li'X) 42.
which oosbt to bar bea paid on the first of
Juat.lrtTu. and said not not bavins ben paid;
by authority and In pursuance of taid deed of
tract. I shall sell to the htf best biddnr. fur
eah, oa the -
Otb dajr or Anitoat, A. D. 1S7.
in front of the eoarthooM door of the County
Court of rlhelby rounly, Tennessee, between
icn and eleven o'clock in the forenoon, the
f.,IUnin plot of land, to-witi A part of lot
No. &i. as laid down on lb plan of the city of
Memphis, bounded as follows: Beg-inninc &
feet from the northwest comer of said lot 55.
runniof southwardly ) fret 3 inches, to a
take; thence eastwardly 148 feet 6 inches, to
an alley; thence northwardly Zi feet i inches,
to the eejrter of the wall of the part of the lot
mild by Koben Lawrenoe to If. S. Morgan k
Co. ; thence wentwardly wlih said wall, in the
center of the same, lit feet e inches, to the be
ginning. Front street, city of Memphis; which
land was conveyed by P. O. Meath on the loth
of August, Vi'iV. to said May; said land being
situated in Shelby county, Tennessee.
The right of redemption is waived in the
deed. A deponit of t'JH required from the
highest bidder when knocked dowa to him.
In case of failure to deposit that amount I
shall sell it again; and in case the whole of
the purr'liai money be not paid by 1 o'clock
p.m. of tbe day of sale, (liailroli the land over
am in at i! o'clock p.m. that day, and the 13
shall be forfaited.
J AH. GALLAGHER, Trustee.
MempM. June . lqt. l-ITS
sheriff; ss a l e.
fVilierUrst Sale or Ileal IXate.
TlY VIRTUE OP A PLURIUS FIERI FA-
13 das to me directed in case ef Union Bank
of Tennessee vs. f rsior Titus k Co., from the
uiw Court or Jlerapnis, Ior the sum ul S ,iju,
beside interest ana east, I will on
Hatordar, 13th da of Ancnal seat,
In front of the SherlFs affio. hi the Greenlaw
Opera Building, on Second street, city of
iMeiupnis, wiuiio leirai noun, pnicoei 10 soil
to the highest bidder, for cash, tbe following
described real estate, levied on as the pri-
erty of tb defendant. Fraser 'f Itus. to-w
An undivided one-half interest in parts of lots
Nns. 137 and 1M, as laid down on E. W. Kuek-
er's map of the eity of Memphis, and situated
on the southwest corner of Main and x
change streets; commencing at the intersec
tion of the west line of Main street with the
south line of Exchange street ; thence running
weeiwardly wilh said south line 14c feet, to
an alley; incut southwardly wilh said alley
teet; thenoe eastwardly, and parallel
ichange streot, feet, to Main
street; thence northwardly with the west line
of Main street teet, to the beginning.
aimi 011 okui auu inwrsv 01 toe saiu
'fitaslnaud to a carpel of vround. &nil thm
buildings tnereon, ,i tun ud in the city of
jieinpnis, nnciny county, iennes.ee, ueing
tart of lot No. 78. as laid down on E. W.
linker's map of tb city of Mephi ; begin
nlngkt th li(trsct!on of Ih north side of
elfenon street with the west hue uf Vn.at
alley; thence wetar.lly with the north line
of Jefferson street 42 feet; tbenoe north, snd
parallel with the west line of Front alley, H
feet; thence east in a direct line 4.' feet, to the
wt line of said alley; thence south with said
west line, to the beginning; being the same
lot conveyed loWaurTiLUk by the President.
Directors and Company of the Parians' and
Wm-hinta' Bank of Memi hie, and reKirtired
in the iiAjj.'ter's iff1ce or Shelby ejiunty, in
book o. 2i, paae 'imi, etc.: levied on to sat
Ufy said execuUoa for ftiRUi Inures,
M .OT! J- WRIOHT, Bheriff.
By W. W. Coi.aaaa, Deputy srhvnrT,
July tth, 11.70. . liJ-118-124
hhorllTsj Kale or Keal JChlate.
BY VIRTrK OF AN EXECUTION IN MY
hand, i.sued frora the Sepon Circuit
tourt of Shelby county, on a judgment ob
tained in tbe Law Court f Memphis on the
-let day of December, lwyt. in lavnr of Peter
Sani and others vs. Mrs. knee McDonald, I.
Mellenry and W. II. Passinore, fur the sum ef
ti.KUand eosu. I will on
in front of the Sheriff's office, ia the Greenlaw
Opera Building, on Second street, in the city
'l Memphis, in legal hours. e ta the kiiheat
Diaaer. ior ,.sn, me puiowinrdencribed lot or
prrviin lann.wiin ine iinprovementsthereon :
hituated, lymi mod beuif in tb eounly ef
hhelliy. r'ute of Tennessee, snd city of Mem
phis: hems; ih south half of I.. I No. J (two),
in blticli No. 17. in holler's subdivision in
(South .Memphis, situated and fronting; on th
eaet side of t. h..l. street feet, and ranninf
baek between parallel liner l.'si feel : and bein
the south half of the l4 eourered to said
McDonald by Mry A. acd 1. H. Mew.rt hy
deed reconled in therWiter'snfticeof r-helby
eoanly. Tenneneee. in boos. o. M, p.rt J
pae t4: lei led on as Uit property f la,j
Horn or P.anna MrDoaald. to aatirfy tb
above deacri'd eTeeulion. intere.t and com.
MAKc-J. WRltiill, fberiff. '
By W. W. Cm.s. D. r.
."mith i Kitri-ie. Attorneys for Plaintiff..
Memphis. July Ui, l7u. l li)-lx
Chancery Sale of Real ( Estate.
A. I. Cochran ":
Thos. F. Gray et al,
John T. Uilllam
P. T. Manning,,
A. D. Davis
Thomas T. Gray.
First Chancery Court
, Shelby County.
BY VIRTUE OF AN INTERLOCUTORY
decree for safe, entored in the above cause
on the S4th day of February, 187(1. 1 will sell at
publio auction, to the highest bidder, in front
of the Clerk and Master a onice, uroeniaw
Block, Second street, in the eity of Memphis,
Xonnossee, on . , ,
h Tuesday, Angast 9th, 170,
within legal hours, the following doscribed
property, to-wit: bituated in Shelby county,
Tennessee, east of the eity of Memphis, and
thus described: Beginning at a stake on Mrs.
A. ft. Oarr'a north-west corner line, running
south S chains and 18 links to a stake at the
southwest corner ofb. 1. Watson seight-acre
traet, on Watson s avenue; thence south
46', oust 10 cliaiifB 2 links, to astake, the north
east corner of said Watson a eignt-aere tract
thence north at a variation b magnetic
north 1 chaiu 82 links to a stake, the southeast
corner of Coleman A Kortrecht's ten-aure
traot; thence 10 chains 4 links north, ba" &
west, to tbe beginning; containing two acres
being the same property convoyed to I. f.
manning ny ueeu aaica june o, louo.
Terms of Sale CASH.
E. A. COLE. Clerk and Master
Stovall A i lippin, for eompl'ts. - (121 -18
Chancery Sale of Real Estate.
J. K.' P. Pritchard,
adin'r de loon is non
of John 11. Graves,
dee'd. r ' ' 1
IsabellaT. Graves et al
Anderson C. Bettis
Henry Laird et al.
First Chancery Court
BY VIRTUE OF AN INTERLOCUTORY
decree, entered in the above cause on the
Tth day of June. 1870, 1 will sell at public auc
tion, to the highest bidder, in front of the
Clerk and .Vl'ltr l ouioe, ureeniaw uioca
Second street, in the city of Memphis, len
aessee, on ' .
Friday, Aagust 19, 1870, .
within legal hours, the following described
nronertv. to-wit: Lots 1 and 2 in the subdi
vision of the Tillman Bettis lnud, lying about
two miles east of the city of Memphis, on the
State Line road, and being part of subdivision
So. 5 to James Winchester for 42u acres of the
John Rice grant foro.uuo acres, and bounded
thus: .beginning on tne Dankot bpnnr tirancn
at a stake which stands from a large white oak
north 43S west 8 chains and 82 links to a stake
with walnut pointer marked A: thence
north 40-. west 3 chains and 50 links, to said
creek; thenee with its meanders northwardly
to tbe center of the State Line road ; tbenoe
with it north & 10 chains and 87 links to a
stake, northwest corner of a one-acre pur
chase; thence south 1, east with that line 14
chains SJ links, to the beginning, containing
Terms of Sale Cash. All right or eouity of
redemption barred, and the title vested abso
lutely in U1V purcuwer.
V. A. Stovall. for complainant. 121-147
A. A. WUU. V1DI. KI1U LU' 1.1 .
Chancery Sale of Real Estate.
J. M. Provine et al. adm'r, etc..
ot est e ot r.. r. euwan, aee a.
O. K. vs. Xtoe .
W. B. Stewart et al.
BY VIRTUK OF AN INTERLOCUTORY
decree entered in the above eause April 9,
1870. 1 will sell at public auction to the highest
bidder, in front of the Clerk and Master's
office. Greenlaw Block, Second street, in the
eity of Jiempnis, lennessee, on
JSossdajr, Ingasl 8, 170,
within legal hoars, the following described
property, to-wit 1 Lots 51 and 51 of the subdi
vision of real estate of E. P. Stewart, dec d,
situated in the southeastern portion of Mem
phis, vis: Lot 61. fronting on Lauderdale
street 30 feet, and running back 1Z2V4 feet: and
lot 52. fronting on same 30 feet, by 1& feet, as
per diagram No. 1. which can be seen at the
Clerk s office any time prior to tne sale.
Terms of Sale On a credit ot four, eight,
twelve and sixteen months; notes with good
secarity to It given, bearing interest from
date, JbllttllNIJ A. COLE,
viera ana aiasw.
Wilson A Beard, Solicitors. 113-137
Ia Ik rirat Clianrerjr Court of
fehrlbjr County, TeaarMee,
W. S. Taylor et als
E. M. Avery et all.
TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT IN
gan, is a resident of the State of V. York and a
non-resident of theStataof Tennessee; it is
therefore ordered that be make his appear
ance lierain, at the eoqrtbouae in tbe city of
Mempnu, iennessee, on or before me
firrt Monday in September, 1870, and plead,
answer or demur to eomDlainent'a bill, or tbe
same will be taken for confessed astobimand
set for bearing ex parte; and that a eopy of
this order be published one a week, for four
successiva weeks, in the Memphis Public
Ledger. E. A. COLE, Clerk and Master.
by E. B. Mi Hunt, beputy C. and M.
A Lopy Attest : Humes A Porton, solicitors
lor oompiainant. 11-iZi-i )4-i40
tm the Flrat Chancery Court of
Hhelby CooBtjr, TrDneee.
Blanch B. McGehee, by her next
friend, a. M. Bradford, I
vs. I ' -
If. 0. Howard, ot al. J
TT APPEARING FROM AFFIDAVIT IN
X this cause that the defendant, N. C. How
ard, is a non-resident of Tennessee and a resi
dent of the Stat of Kentucky; it is therefore
ordered that he make his appearance herein,
at the Courthouse in the City of Memphis,
Tennessee, on or before the first .Mon
day in September, 1870, and plead,
answer or demur to complainant'! hill,
or the same will be taken for con
fessed as to biio and set fur bearing exparte,
and that a Cuiiy uf this order be nublirhed
one a week, fur four sucoea.ive weoks. ia the
,, K. A. COLE. Clerk and Master,
AJ 4i U jsm.u bvj , 7':UI v. BI1 A JJ .
A Copy Attent: Wiltwn k Beard. rSolioitori
W II til
...... vwB.ii I Jjefi.re B. A. Moore. Justice
II. J. hit. J '"'"ao for Shelby to.
AFFIDAVIT IIAVIXO BEES MADE IS
this cause, and attachment ivued and re
lumed levied, etc., it is therefore ordered
That publication b made in the Public Led
rer, a newspaper published in the city of
jiempnts, ior lour successive weeks, cora
mandine the said II. J. Dace to appear before
me si ir.y oiuno, in me cur ul .Meiupni., in the
lltb. Civil Iiiilriot of said county, on the l.Mh
day of Auaust. 1H70. al 10 o'clock a.m.. and
make defence to said suit avainst bim, or it
wui oe urucceucu wuu exparte.
haM'L a. Monnr .t p.
July 1, 171. VJt jl-i:s-1
TVe-v Orci I
EARLY FLAT ITT II,
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FOB SALE BY
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K0.S K o o !
The Great Health Kostorer.
St ft'iisoi.Mediolae-Formnla Arovad tUe
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PREPARED SOLELY BY
Dr. J. J . Iiawreuco,
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Ortjnnlc ( IioihInI, i
no n o rj ic , v a. .
KOjSIl O O !
Strikes at the root of disease by purifying th
iilwod, restoriug tliu Liver and Kjduuys to a
healthy union, and liiviKoratins tliu iinrvmis
systom. This Is -the smir.t of its WUNDEU
r ULbUCCli.SS In curing
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SCROFUUy SYPHILIS DYSPEPSIA,
Liver Complaint, Chronle Rheumatism, Nen
ralria, Nurvous Affections, Eruptions of th
Skin, Humors. Lous of Vigor, Diseases of Kid
neys and Blunder, ami all diiousus cnusod by a
,--J w ': a. . it .n i,
- BAJ), STATE OF THE BLOOD,.
J .Or a Uisoased condition of the
Liver, Kidneys, Nervous System, etc.
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It ttoroiiclily eradicates ovory kind of numor
and Bad Taint, nnd reatoros tho entire system
to a healthy condition. -
Thousands have boon changed by the use of
this medicine from weak, sickly, suffering
creatures, to strong, healthy and happy men
and women. '
No medicine hnsl attained such a GREAT
REPUTATION at this justly celebrated com
pound. ... ,', j' .;; : j ; ,. "
Approved by the Highest Medical An
... i . ! . thority. . ,
K O SK O O !
Indorsed anil recbmmondod by tho President
of the Faculty of the E. Medical College
-y'i if UQ City of Now Tork. ,
PROFESSOR R. S, NEWTON. M.D..
Frofctsor and Fret idont of the Faculty, late
"Professor ofTheoryand Prectiee" of
. Medicine, Cincinnati, etc..
0ns of the inosrennini modinal men of this
age woll known as the author of the follow
ing ftakdabd works! Nowton's "Practice of
Medicine," " Diseases of Children," "JN'ew
tsin'sHvcaes Sunrerv." eto.. in the Dooember
number of tho'Ainorican Medical Review
page 278, ayr--".
1 ' Amnno. Ilia hi i.ra rnnn. t a PT. i ri . t n tnfrA
duoe, popularly, eusn of the new remedies,
we notice a new nreDarntlon compounded by
j. J. Lawrence. M.D., of Norfolk, Va., which
it furnished to the profession ana mepuDiic in
anv desired auantitv. W recently roi'an
Ats laboratory, and boenme fully satisfied that
all hit work is done in the best manner, by tho
most approved processes, ana from tne bhht
HATKRIAL8, giving as a reeult a medicine moct
ing the eoNviUEScs vr the phvbiciass am
Tusruauo." ! . ;.. , . - V. '
Cures Scrjifuia In Its Worst Formal
From A. W. Mills, ft rromincnt and well
nown merchant of Norfolk, Va. :
' No. 11 Main st.. Norfolk. Sept. 15, 1809.
TW l.iwn.Hrr, llMfi.rKirf T mir KoNKftO 1)K8
worked wonders in my fumily. My daughter
has been a sufferer from Scrofula since child
hood. She lost thirty-one pieces of bone from
her ankle, several from her arm, besides
naving ulcers iu pcbhh ywio iu.
Whilst in this oondit.nn she oouimenced taking
your Koskoo. It acted tilf a chnrm oa jut;
under it iw th ulcers gradually healed, and her
frntral health greatly imprtmil. It certainly
saved her much suffering, Bnd perhaps her
lite... I regard Koskoo a niecijic for all scrolit
lous affections. Your Koskoo also cured inr
wife of dyspepsia, from which she sunereit
greatly. !)' w nvio ia better health than the luit
been in jive V'1". . , . . . ,,
. With the highest regards, I am gratefully
yourt, ete. . A. W. jIILLfa
Koskoo if indorsed by tho best physicinns
. verywneTe. ivean iu ,iwu
TlMcry. a snenessful practitioner of uluoy
yea. owuuu " "... 1
Rocky Morier, F.ookcoiibk Co.,
' f- September 10. Wiil. I '
"rtn J "j.-JiAWsmsm Dear Sin I have used
vn' .......l Vlxiil kvlnutnr koskoo ill
mv praotic-e with the happieit remit'. 1 and it
tobitf.' .ir Vneo;or, Blood l'n
2r isili'mw Tanie. In all diseases of the
ffiVerVSerofu.'ous Syphilitic, and iervous Ai-
V : MM,.,wiemtiisnijtftiitM I in fllflt.
Li almost every variety of Chronic Diseases i
lis ii indicated. Hoping you may meet with
the success which you do.-crvo as.a inanufactu
rer tf relialJe medicines, I nra, sir, with much
respect, your obedient "ryan p-
Koskoo Cures Clironlc Itlicumatlsm.
Vr.Dvm.ic. Va.. Bent, 7. lRfiti,
Dr J. J. Lawsknts l)carSiri My son t hat
reared to much benefit from your ieoniterful Aw
too' that I cannot refrain from expressing my
iratitudo. I b t""1 almost evorytl.ir.g
wi thout benefit. I bulieve. in all sincerity, ,
that your Koskoo i. an la-rAi-Liats remedy for ;
the disease from which be haa suflcred. and
ii far aa I can learn, haa nover failed, ff you
' on y knew tne iura " t
,9Hat ho has undergone, then y'",uUi,,":
the rata' o;w -
M.vcuHts. The great ejsountof good it is
"oinaamongns is inestimable. .
Wu tiuth gratitude. I am rnfPPetfully
With ucn . Wk8. M. E. A. NELSON. :
yours, eto. i ! .
s,1 it,, ft dewing from Mr. Womblc, a
Read the r. , merrhsnt of this eity
proia.nent haru g Kobj.olk.Va.. I
0.13ilASK. " . ,,cU)b)r n, 1X69. I
t. t '..r T)earFir! To the large ninn
. -r..??Zil. "hieh you otTev of the
ber of i Koskoo, I take pWra .;
'nUAA ', ' suffered greatly wi.b ,
in adding M J; - rb Ums of appt-tite.
etc. Two buttles
From W.W. n. Christian. Pastor Dinwld
die streot Methodist Church: ...
POETSMHITH, A.. Octl. W jSl.
This is to certify that I know Dr. Lawren.e
well. He is gentleman of enlt','",'":'
worthy of th fullest confidence. I hae lisJ
his Konkoo wilh advantage to myself, an h e
adopted its use in my family in ease, of pen
on. debility and Lur-sjon jjj,;
From Dr. IJoyd, a physician of larg prac
QasAT BaiDflg. Va.. October 8, 1S.
J. J. LaWrkscs, M. D. Iear Sir: I cheer
fully indorse roar Ko'koo as beinr a most v'.
nsble nrepuniticm. i:Min examination of W o
formula. I find each fnvdbl hiably xUll-d
by our be? land ail sroireiiH rlinnnl i.i
I'estigalora. 1 have tcftcd its etTecta in ri.y
on practice, and ba- no hesitation in r
wmeiiding it. Ia uy opinion, it is the b. -t
Xnn sound of it el.-.-evoT put befoiv the pui
ijexoeeding by fur all the vnrinos wi
....... of sarsnpnrilln, etc., ever invent. ;.
i .teli-d Nen-e Tonic and Inviaora;
ntthr an tmal forces, aiding digw-tioa ami i -?im,l.tion.
blood, which hould be the b.sis f ireat.u.
in all chronic: dieaes. Hoping yon will r
the reward yo rterv from th pablio as
benefecu.r. I an. sir. T -p.
After roading the above high renmineniU- .
A : . i a n n 1. rfUBUUSkllir UIUUII iv
giv'th KuoKOO ir"'-
rOR ADDITIONAL TESTIXOMAI S
From rhr"-iT.. Kminent Mvirf F i t s.
I'mrp-i-ts. WTrh.nts. t.. s KuoKwo
MAS AC for this year.
Price One Dollar ior rot::
For $aU b tk Prixripal DrmcrUttimthe f" 4
kal md Brilitk Awterita. 1 1