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HOW A.MAN CAN
It is the case with a larcie majority of the working people ol
this as well as other countries that they live fiom hand to mont ;
in other word?, the end of eveiv month and every year finds iheni
if, indeed, with all their little debts paid with nothing lai.l by
to meet the ordinary contingencies of.-icknen.s loss of employment
or the like;' and this, though a man ni.iy lie industrious, f-ober,
healthy, conslan'lv enoloyed. and pimelually paid for his laber.
rPi, rir nfl.is f-.i ii!-.- r?i m:illnpi of hU v.tres. or some enu.-e
other than tippling and divination, kee s him always at the l-x-
tremitv of spending his last cent, lie never seems to get ahead;
he is constantly in the drag. If he gets a dollar -ahead to day,
some unexpected necessity puts him bdiind to morrow. There is
olne item, however, he always manages, by the utmot efibit, to
MoMfpam for- Bmi
:eep paid up with a I olerahie degree ot prompines ; misiieiu Wi;i " n S 702 .
ent. To keep a home for his wife and little one1;, everything else c"rcZ.'lzy.ZZ."cf-i win pin 733 .'.'.'
inUSI give way- tjituu lUAiim?. jiiiiv: i """"- v-y ..v-v... , j;irion 8t).j. 1 20... S47 ...
must stand aside to enable him to mee!. the demand ol the land- j rospect..... s?.o mo., am ...
, , ,- , Delcwurc o ..0... JUu... a.fi. ..
lord for his rent. - Arcoiumims joo... soo... 1020 ...
If he pavs his landlord, how much harder would he try to pay
himself, it he was his own landlord, if he knew the money so paid
was not lost, but gradually paying for his home? Would he not
work with greater satisfaction, knowing that he would someday
own his home, free of debt, bought with the money he would oth
erwise hare paid for his rent ?
It is chieflv owing to Building Associations that thousands f
working men in the city of Philadelphia to-day own and occupy
their own houses and possess others besides from which they re
ceiTe handsome little incomes in rent. "What man has done man
can do again." Bear in mind the words of the wise man, '"If any
one tells you that .he workingman can become rich otherwise than
tT labor and saving, do not listen to him ; he is a poisoner."
Rents Paid are the Toor Man's Wasted Capital.
Therefore, become a landlord instead of a tenant, a house
hold eft instead of a hou-e-renler. Procure a home lor yourself and
family by buying a lot in
OAKL JLlsT 3D .
The lots are large in size. They are all accessible. The prices
are very cheap. Any laboring man can apply the money hejnow
pays foV rent to the purchase of a lot and build a house, and in live
years will pay lor house and lot, and not pay rent at all. His pro
perty will be worth fifty per cent more in five years than it is now.
The location is convenient to School, (Jhurch and Work Shops.
It is healthy it is quiet. Don't pay any more rents, but. be your
own landlord, and have a Home of your own.
For particulars enquire of
JT 3 JESsiftiii;
Or LEVIS GILEEX, Sentinel OJfice.
The Republican Candi
date for Secretary of
Professional SJfficc Svcker.
and a Chronic Sice
7om the Hardin County Democrat.
The "Republican Convention at
Cleveland, lat week, nominated
as their candidate for Secretary
of Stale. Gen. Jas. S. Robinson,
of this city. We know we but!
speak the truth when we say
hat the nomination was a sur
prise to the people of this city,
Tlamnfp.ilQ nnrt T?pnii hlie.'isis
-uwvi... . . i
IMirken 'tir 7.-1, nw lllin 1"Ocf ImnW
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that at the head of the Repubii
can State ticket he adds no
strength whatever to the can
vass. ''Distance leads enchant
ment to the view," and upon this
idea the delegates from the dis
tant, counties gave him the nom
ination; (even the adjoining
comity of Logan did not vote for)the Republican party received in
him) or. as we heard a Bepiibli-J 0J,i0 fast fall, and for all of which
can remark Saturday, "the con-ilhe
vention was looking for beauty,
"Willi Ohio an October Slate,
a pivotal State, knowing as
, i ,;..,t l,"i,l,'- ' uver nesiuue to recoin-
every one musa imw i..a, mcmyour B,BCtric mtcrs to
election in October wil to a J rge Cu6tomors, they civc entire S:'.ti?f:ic
extent determine the Presiden- lion awl uc rapid sellers." Electric
tial election, one would have; Bitters arc the purest and best
pijosed that the Republican
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rty woula have put lorwara I
for the head of the ticket, a
man, who, if not a statesman,,
at least had views on the great
questions of tl.o day. If Gen.
Robinson has any views on any
of the questions befoie the peo-j
pie. his twns people havu not
heard of them. As iicscoe( Mr. i'oiul, on the Terrace and in
Conkling once said, "Gen. Rob-; tend building handsome brick
inson is a mighty good man to' residences tin's summer. Mr. E.
grace a platform at a Repubii - G. Collins has also bought a lot
can mrss meeting, but lie don't i the same neighborhood and
knew a d d thing about what J intends building a handsome cot-
vou are taikini;-
As the people of Kenton well
kn -v. Gen. Bobinson has been .a
political oilice eeker and
sucker all his life, lit couldn't
Johnson wlii-n pivp i lie CfMiec-
. , 1 11.
torship of this di'-triel to a Dem-:
orat. while he, (Uobinsnn.) irol
the position of As-w-nr of inter -
nal Revenue for th- ritri-l.
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mis po?mu:i j..j iitriw in: wi.- .!
solidation of districts threw !.i;;i
which piseea-rnnit-.! liim a pre-
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rarious livelihood till !.! i, v-iimi
he became Ol.nirnin.. ol rl,.- J?P -
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Dubhcail biaie Utlitral Uolllill.! -
JllgiO'l nill fill JiO'IllKlciei- iltl
n.,nr ..(i;...r- ..r ilio -5.iltv ;!?"rr.l.
e:l ample fn l-.:i...l i.r!:io vear
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JOll. I.-5I5 :il!fl t l 'lu Ut. I nil
position ns (Jiiairnnn. i'.vcrv-,
lioily knows (J ice N:ih an.'!'
Cliarley Fo.h'r ii(l I he roalwoik
of the cnmpaisii; Hie General.
tl'll lli t!!..-, ! ami J. mi-UlP".
-,ad :I ;U was what they wanted,
get nlontr if the RepnliHcnn ;sr- never lulling Irend in Dr. .Joi.es
tr didn't support him. In iS:Jfi I 'over Tonic, which is uncfjti-
i ,- ,n.' .:!. ,l,. ,a!e'n itspm-'U'snidefficaciousiiftss.
he was in tne dot: w.tn Aiuh Lll,lsps1 ,-: ,t:...ia.
- (Ut of office, aii'l nut ol bre:s.l n"t..i)Ie among liiem is heallh. the the.-hdayof Apr.i. pm. a t liio.ioeiv.a.
m ui ''! , , , o orat.'.ooii thereaiter :smay be conve-
nnd bnl;er, wl en J iin Siier'Sian ' c-v "' "'' i.'iIios o lier Inir , .,.,. w. t. AUKEU.i'robateJwiKc
... ,,' -.. , . iens A Iiacitsim oniiEh. a se'crel April s 3w
got .,1.1 ho posil.o , of Ai i..i r .fMjJi w any Ihr wi op Cuns i puoiJATENOTKJB.
erof riiMlii- nr .Indian i,aiul-, j v , , .. h . ..fii.-, ! V...,I,1 , .,, ,P flllinw.
tee oi .tiiio. ; i:u'v;ivij:-:.N .s a u:iua SALVJi becnvenient. w.t.auw,..
- i ,1 Apul 1, 16S1 ",w Pio.Jndui-.
JNow as the i.epuulican parsv I ne i.cM tive m toe world inr --.-.c, c-tS.-
ovedheKe:uRil a living this 'n's. Ur.ics. Soioa, Ulcers. Salt GBGOIEBV &f tit 5 I A&lMli I
was his oi.pori unity. Tiie as.es,- ;"" f ' Tcf"cr' C!wp, E a.l,i AM iiTlK K. lrp,
' . , . ... , p (1 ilaivls. 'hilii! ".ns, Corns, :ir.l "
meat, npon the eierks at Wa-n ., Sk; Kr.,ti.,iis an.l naaitirclv LAXUAsrri:i:foino.
UR HIS Hi' i1.
T :..!., 1 : i;tl .... vrc .irnn luiciwsiiriiK. un. ftniuiubKy . ..;... j-i '"
will buy & Some.
When Foster got to be Governor
he made Robinson Commission
er of Railroads and Telegraphs,
which place he held till, 03 Fos
ter's influence and money, he got
the nomination for Congress in
this district, where he was elect
ed twice by small majorities.
The re-districting last winter left
him out in the cold, and of course
he had to be provided for.
If in the last IS years General
fitobmson has done anything but
hold office (,je ' q
knTn won( ike l0 know if W(?
; p,.; tl., ,he ,.esujt of ie
el-ction will show him weaker
1), an his ticket.
U'e kn 'w that his friends are
claiming that on account of his
consistent temperance record he
will receive the entire Prohibi-
:, - .?.- pi,. , . .-
jiiwn vuluui me oiaie, our. rnis is
1a sword that will cut both ways,
ii.. l i .".
-,,. 1Iie vjemiany, wnose votes the
Republicans are just now so as
siduously counting, will be more
repelled than attracted by such
a record. With such a man at
the head of the ticket, and such
a platform as that adopted at
Cleveland, we look for a defeat
similar or even-greater than that
people will have great reas-
on to be thankful.
THOUSANDS SAY SO.
Mr. T. W. Atkins. Girard, Kan.,
,..:f . ,;r t ?i . .
medf?j nown and will positively
-nio Kidney and 1-iver complcints
p -f , . ,
bowels. JS'o familvcan :uTord to be
without them. They will save
hundreds of tlolbrs in doctor's
In Is eveiy year. So'd at fifty cents
fa bottle by E, Harrington.
Messrs 1J. C. and R. D. Mcilan
igal have each bought a lot from
. irrt ?"r;i j nnnn
Ill flit (l;ivK rf iMlIifincnoc- n-ltn
pap-Jyuur :ivr s torpid und vmir skm
yellow, renieu.ber Hint von have a
asue and nwl.-iriji dkensrs nd !i
e.i-oi of the h'oml and kitlnt-ys. is
c i')'1 . jinnnpt :w cure sjieedy.
, lVlte 3o c-enls, a'JrtiMsr & Case.
( UK PKLSEXT BLESSISO.
. 0llr mtin.s are not nnnrecialpil !
un'il H0 aru depiivcd ot tin in. Most '
ii .... I
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,:iy bo i,ii-'kI- ami pormcaently ! ""s'""'
J i t i,- ii - i m the Prolvte ( ourt o, l.ochina .ouiiij ,
remort'd oy :r iiionws L'iisiiive(oiiio.forMiii..ment, .
. 5? " w ' 'riul l'otUes JtlSlnMiaU!S "
five:.t Mll'or & Ca0. and the u.ie will eome on lor hear-
j hiK mi tiie Jth day My. 1SSI, at Ko-
t.,;n.s p ,es or ,, ):iv rPCimre.!.
ft w irii-iiMiiKmil tuiriru ia liaf':i(tinii l
nnn..cy rei-.i.ul-.l I'.iceL'o cents ,
iier box. For Sale Kv K. Han in' '
- o i -J I
j-(.j0 lo R-.u; hosiers for Dry
i3-Tresizi ln made a slndr
n( l.oliliinr -ind nisi'nr i :n l
pwali.se a i!e::sii;:i likene.
Cokhii BdcIqb; Valley & TobJo
The Shortcut ltoute Between
s J& a 3a J$m && 4
TIME " A. ''.!.
; Taking tYii'cct, A'oy. IS, '83.
SO a 1 11 HOUND.
7 ."() a 111 3 U5 pm C 00 pin
.9 17 a m 1 o2 pm 7 21 pm
10 02 n m a 18 pm 8 12 pin
Ar Atueiis 11 05 m C 30 pm 9 20 pm
Ar Gallipolis 1 37 pm .SKI pin ..
I'omeroy .2 32 pm 9 83 pm ..
. 4 20 am I 15pm..
51G.-UH 5 09 pm ...
7 05 am 7 03 pm 12 -J5pm
820 am 8 17 pm 1 17 pm
9 12 am 8 .rS pm 2 32 pm
..10 30 am 10 20 pm 3 55pm
Ui Columbus ... 11 40:ini 500am 4 lo pm
Delaware 12 34 pm 552 am 507 pm
Prospect 1 i0 pm 013 am 332 pm
Marion -.1 -" pm 6 31 am 5 52 pm
Up. Sandusky 2 15 pm 7 25 am fi 45 pm
Carey 2 15 pm 7 15 am 7 0.) pm
Fo-dcfria . 3 15 pm 8 15 am 7 87 pm
ArTolfdo 4 35pni 9 35 am 9 00 pm
Direct connections made in Union D.
ot at Columbus, for Newark, Zniu-svillc,
Pittsburg, Wheeling, Baltimore, Washing
ton and Philadelphia; al-o lor Dayton,
Cincinnati, Louisville and all points South
and boulhweM. v
ttsCloso connections at Toledo for De
troit and all points in Michigan and Can-
VH IlARRlSOX.Gen'l PaJ. Ag't.
JOHN E. RASIOH.
Mammoth Invoice of
33003? & gJSOSi
of every description, which the
above named local deal
er has provided
embrace everything desirable in
the general lines of Boot
wear that may be called for
adapted to all ages and
both sexes, and in all the
New Shapes and of the
Most Approved Makes.
These goods are all fresh and
have been carefully se
lected, and are
TO GIVK ENTIRE
SA TISFA CTIOJ
to purchasers alike as regards
wearing qualities and prices.
Kavorablyrkno;vn to this community as
one of the boit
In the State, has opened a Meicliant Tail-oriiiK-ahop
In UieSpyby buildiimanu Will
keen on hand .lie botand i:t".-t styles of
and will maho
Suits to Order
onshort notice. Call anil sou his Mock of
of thoHtest styles, and learn the tateb
which they are furnished. Perlect
Vo'ic-e i-sherebv si veil that theloIIowinK
.iccount.sand vouchor ha vi been (ilidln
the Prob.Uc Court oi Ilochinj Countj O.,
iNinoStmwii uuaraian oi jereiiu;ui i-m-
and the a
me wiilcomeon for lieurinson
clock. :, in. or as -oo.i inerenu-i iismn)
Ti.e people of Tyijian aso invited to call
on me when in the city lor
Fresli ( JroTnc. Chou-e V .lies,
B.t oer mid i is:irs.
,11V Uevtanrant "ill be supplied ithfiel
fiwinix. ilniiie. Hsli .11. d eMi.Mlin me
nTjik-'t aliord.-. in .iroii. may 10, 'iS
.James B. I-!nr;ooiis Estate.
The underiirnoil ha- hf-.i apptdntfd
.i,i,l.ni-,liili.l -w ailiiii.iStnttor ol the fi-
! fite ol .Iaine Ii. llurcnoii. Lite ol Hoc! in:
county, ilcw: ei!
j ju;, i- .vV-
SSS csS t
EAST & WEST,
NORTH axd SOUTH.
This Great Through Route
is now uoinpieteu ana in run
Operation, running throusih Pas
senger Trains daily, as follows :
K3Three solid trains each way between
Columbus, Indianapolis and Peoria
dTTwo trains eacli way between Colum
bus, Indianapolis and Decatur.
iWTwn trains eacli vrr.v between San
dusky, Indianapolis l'eoii.iand Decatur.
BiTl'wo trains each way between San
dusky, Dayton and Cincinnati.
tirt-Three trains each day between Sun-dn-ky.Springlield
xfctTFour tnilnscacli way between Colum
bus, Springfield, Dayton and Cincinnati.
KS.Tro tra;ns eacli way between Colum
bns.SprinBtleld.IndianiipoIi's .t Chicago.
AVith Slocpingand ReclinliifrClnir Cars
on Niiiht Trains, and elesant Parlor and
modern Day 'otches on Day Trains.
It track N laid with heavy -teel rails,
thoroughly ballasted, with easy grades and
few curves. Traversing as it does iheheait
of the three great .states of Ohio, Indiana,
and Illinois, uniting in close business re
lationship the capital cities oi the first and
second, with the second city oi the third,
and passing through, a large n umber ol the
most important cities and towns in each,
and with all Its central location makes it
The Shortest find Most Desirable
Route between the East & West.
WThrough Tickets and Baggage Checks
to all principal points, Xoith, IZast, South
and West, can be obtained at any Ticket
Office of the I. B. & W. Il'y, also via this
route at all railroad office. thioughout the
country. Rates always as low as the low
est. Don't purchase tickets to any point
without first consulting the agents of the
I.15.& W. R'v.
Particular advantages offered to Western
Kmigiants. Laud and Tourist Tickets to
all points reached by any line.
wo. Passenger Trains leave Columbus, as
follows: 0i a. m., 3:20 and ll:Uo p. in.,
O. E. Henderson, Gen'l Manager H.M
Brouson. Gen'l Ticket Aa't.
.1 AM ES DkWOLF, ra?a Ag't.
2G North Hich St., Columbus, O
OHIO CENTRAL B&USOAQ.
Time Card taking Effect Feb 11. 83
E-iSt Toledo 10 47 J5 2 12 027
Pemberville II 37 5 Ni '-' I'll 8 17
Fostoria 12 22 550 117 3 05
Berwick 12 52 0 21 12 52 7 22
Sycamore 1 10 CJ7 12 40 5o2
A.inve 137 7 22 1.12 25 G 02
Bucyius A 31 PJl
Leave 152 -147 All 22 0 22
MtGilead .233 5:5 1035 82H
Lincoln Center. 24fi 55') 10 22 8 02
Marengo 251 0 01 10 12 747
Centerbnig .311 024 9 51 7 17
Hartloul .321 S35 0 40 049
Joiinstown 3 38 fi 10 l?2i 0 29
Alexandria S5S 7 05 9 r7 557
Uinuvlllo 4 (.-J 7 17 920 530
Hcbion 4 21 7 39 8 32 514
HadlyJune. arr 4 42 8)2 i. S 12" 4 17
I5H:tl 157 8 17 7 52 4 33
Pickering " hi 8 37 'SI 4 12
1" M A M 1 31 A ?t
Columbus 5 52 9 22 0 S2 "332
Pleasantvillc -153 8 22 7.74 4 30
Rushville -5 12 8 10 7 40 4 12
Bremen -3 25 8 52 7 29 3 57
Junction City 3 43 9 10 7 09 3:2
New Lexington 6 02 9 22 . 057 3 1G
1 It A M A 31 P ?I
Corning 6 42 !)57 Ui 02 2 30
Connections aro made at Fostoria with L
E.tW iv'v lor Findlay, Lima, St Marys
Mitucican"d Lafayette, Ind, Bioomington
IU.,lvrtnsas City andSt Louis.
At Bucyrus for all points on P F W & C
At Levering for Crestline, Cleveland, ami
all poiutson Columbus Divisions of CC C&
At Centcrburg for Alt Vernon, Clinton,
Akron and all points on C Mt V & C R'd
AtBrenien and New Lexington for New
ark, Lancaster, Zanesvilleand all points on
Cincinmitiand Muskingum Valley Divis
ion of V C a St Louis R'y,
At Junction City for Shawnee and; all
points on Stuiitsville Div IJ A O R'd.
At Columbus connection is made at tln
ion Dept with trains for Cincinnati. Louis
ville, Indianapolis, Washington. Baltimore
and all Southern and Eastern citieb.
WH Vandegrift, Sup't
G G Hadley, Uun'l Ticket Ag't
Of 8555 CASK, l.OCOImrortoaSoveltyPocfeet
Knives aud 5,OiiO pousils cf ths Greet
TO BE GBVEE3 AWAY!
i Tr, wfi "ii xi uth. vion lUi. H5 to 11th.
I,KMJ Imnortcd Pochot Knives vrcrtliSt each,
ad C.UtK iKrnnds ZtKI-ZM) ck Tobacco, to
bo ivra Jn rotetleu, ttw Uirvxt nuiabor of taxs ro
turned -.n redr tho first rewsrd, SHOO Unsb,
ecul lurhRst. gyy. sod o on cown to a lOct. plug
of H-i)U lobicco. Them Chntitiuaa ana Hew
Year reviarifcj will be distnhirted ltween Dacem
bor XUi anil January 1st Chew this delightful to
Uieai by mail, bstween I eccinber lith and 35th, to tbo
WIISON & nreUAXiIiAY TOBACCO CO.
t& Cut ndiireos out anil paste on Envelop.
This is THE FINEST P0UHD PLUS EVER MADE,
ASK YOUR DZAUER FOR ZOO-ZOO.
E7Iuoiat oa haviE ft and you -vtiilcae&o ctcs
KOKSE AfD CATTLE
No floRSP v.:
lif of (".'jr. IV r? or l.i v F:'L-. if
Ft'iit- I,rnleritan"r I in tin
Fonts' pohi1 r" w iic"""" !:'! r' -i T'c C-fuzv.
ni!t.- rut.ritrfo'niU rctiu v.irr? : . loau
FuulN rofflcrsrHIrr'-ro :'" iu"itiv f Vlt '
anil irn mi tin! pcrv-.t.,-iu-l ..i..kt tlu LuUcr i.ni j
hr.n-'-s IVu.ie- mj41 evre rr Tint r nr fvlrt
Dir-.3i. to winch IXcir'- rl C itj're :' '.
I'i,,!s' rrwr"t w:m. r:u. rfTia ??
Soil c kcry , Imtc
DAVID E rCTJTZ. ricprictr. I
SALTIiaOas. Alii j
Ell ES Si3
Cora Palpltiiioa ot
tae Hcirt, Kcrroasness,
Cold Haa'13 scd Te:?, fwi J-i uie iiacic, ana
other f "ins or resale "VTcalnicsa. They enrich
acd iciprsvo the quality or tho Blood, purify
cad uristtea tho Complexion, allay Karoos
Irritation, and sccnro r.e."rcsbi3 Elcs?. Juet
tho remedy nccd-d h7 vroxca. whose pale, color
less faces EioTT tha t'jetcce of Iron la tho Blood.
Kemcaiber that iron i3 oaa or lhscon;tItusnU
oT tho Wood, acd la tho Rrcat tonic. Tha
Iron Pills aro o'.o valuaUo for raca who aro
troubled vvith Kerrrua "RLaUncs3, Night Sweaty
etc Mco,D3ecatspcrhos. Senthysiall. A4-drc'-s
CARTER SSDJCINE CO.y
23 Pari: Place, New'S'orS
So! 1 hy n)gsist3 eTtrysrhcre.
7 II 1 11 II RU ffl '8 WSIIS.
M i& & zg egp v
'J GS&I '.!
P- C $ St Louis R
Pan Handle &2oute
Hchcdulcineirpct. Jan. 11th, 1SS1. Train&du
pnrttiom L.incatiler, aslohuwi:
Cln. Expn-os Kam
Jt:!l . . 1:37 p m
Waihington LoctI Fre ight 4 17 a m
Cincinnati Express 4:22 p m
JIail t':3"a m
Above trains run dully except Sunday
NB TIn lime given above is Central
Standard 'limewhich is28 minutes slower
than Colnniiius time:
Pulliiikii P.ilace Sl-epins 'inil Hott-l Cars
att'u'bod to throiiKli traim on the same
line P C .i St L Railway run without
chanjri, west bound to Indianapolis. St.
IouK and I'liica'jo; c-.t bound 'l Pitt---bur?,
HarrUlmrK, Ualtimo:-, Wnshiugton,
l'nibidctphi.i and New Yoili.
For tinn: tablr, rs.Ii-s of fare, thro'isli
tict.et:nil "iKK:,ae chocks aim lurtiier :n-
formation r.-.irding tl:iMiuinin of trains,
apply to S.VaIpo'e,Ti..t Ant.Liui
(leu. P.1SS& Tut. Agt
MEAT MAK BT.
In the Kellar Building.
Mr. John Ticker will supply the public,
his meat shop in Keller's Ituildin witu
kindsof the very bestmeats, at reasonab
prices. Meats of all kinds constantly o
hand. The highest price paid tor latent
tie, sheep and hogs. January 3, ISSt 1 y
THE WAY TO
fllMHUfl A? If
JkJ SI M.iiA ItilJi
FOR TIIE MONEY, is to buy at the Oflicc.
It saves expense o: commission and ex
pense in traveling Irom house to house.
You cun just as well save above expenses
as you can in buying your dry goods.
Wlieu you buy a Domestic or Kc.vjllome
you get the best. All other nia!es called
New High Aim machines are imitations,
and none are their peeis. The Domestic
and New Home have new ttyles of wood
work, and new sets of Attachments thut
others daro not use. Come anil sec for your
selves and you will be convinced that the
above is reliable, and il you have a Domes
tic or Now Home that has b.n in Hse fiom
10 to 20 years: do not let them humbug you
witli their so-called new high arm ma
chines, and trade you out of It, which they
will try to do, but bring your machines to
mo anil I will put in the new Damesticor
New Home Improvements, then you will
have a better machine and one that will
last longer than the high arm imitation
ones, and have your money and have thn
best machine in the world.
WA1I kinds of machines and machinery
repiiied in the best manner and atreason
rs.1 have 8 different styles of Machines
on luir.d. which I will sell at low rates.
Call and exiuninctlicm.
Fob 21, '$-tf Henry Lctz.
The Board of School Examiners of Logan
Village will hold regular meetings for the
Examination of applicants lor teacheis'
ccrtiticatcs.asfollows, viz :
On tiie Third Wednesday oi' Feb
ruary. April. June, Anjrust,
October and December,
at the office of the Siipeiintcndant, in tlia
School Building of stid Vilhise, comiuen
cina at 10 o'clock, a. m., of each day.
By order ot Examiners,
J. II.;lVE, 1'iesdent.-A-
II. "Wilson, Clerk. j itno 2lv
AVe desire to call your attention to the
Nonnnl Department ot the Ohio Univuisi
tv. The 6iilii; term will hccln March 3S,
IftSI. We shall make a pt-eialty oi the
Teachers' Class during this tcim. There
fill be classes in Arithmetic. U.S. History,
Grammar, English Analysis, t'olitical Geo
fjraphv.Phystc.il Geography, Iteadinn,
Siielliuc, Algebra, Geometry, Bnok-keep-ins,
Peiimanship, and Theory aud Prac
tice. Pu.f. S. M. Martin, the eminent and suc
cessful teacher of Elocution, has been en
gaged to give instruction in that branch.
The training class for teachers will bo an
important feature of our work. This class
will meet several tinier each week to dis
cuss methods of teaching and school gov
ernment. Com" and spend a term with ns. "We
shall do all we cm to advance your inter
ests. It will cost you .something of course.
But the training you get will enable yon
locomirand higher wages, and thus you
will soon be able to make your money
back. For particu!aisndres,
Feb 21 3w. G. P.COLEU, Athens.O
l&i'!'1-! SL!' 'Hi iJ n
KSSRSwrC-i tirf AJ 5
jtJK35V u ' ' n ' i :
lustr.ited circular tree. J.
River. Va., in a
V. .Mucin, til are-
I Keumo and Lillles paper, Ifc.; cloth 2"c.
i Crown or Wild Oiii o. paper, lOe, cloth 'Jou
I Kthics or the Dust, p.i per 10c, elntlfJoc.
;.s:iiii(-:iii(I I.illles.Orwvn oi Wild Olive
and Kline orthc Dust, in one Miiume.liair
ltussia, led eduev, .hic. iiioderii J'amtcrs,
Stom'sof Venice, etc., in piep.iration.
I.-ire cataloirues iree.
JOHN 15. AIjDISN, Iubliher,lS Vesey Sti
New Vorlc. (IVb.2I, -tw
jestorcs, rith tho gloss and freshness ot
youth, faded or gray hair to a natural, rich
brown color, or deep black, as maybe desired.
By its use light or red hair may he darkened,
thin hair thickened, and baldness often,
though not alvrnys, cured.
It checks falling of the hair, and stimu
lates a weak and sickly growth to vigor. It
prevents and curo3 scurf and dandruff, and
heals neariy every disease peculiar to the
scalp. As a Ladles' Hair Dres6lns, tho
Viooi: is unequalled ; it contains neither oil
nor dyo, rondors the hair sort, glossy, ami
silken in appearance, and imparts a deKeate,
agreeable, aud lasting perfume.
Mn. C. P. "Biticnnn writes from Kirb;;, O.,
J til it 3, IS:: : "list fall mv hair commenced
falling out, and in a short, tlmo I became
nearly hal 1. I mod part of a bottle of
Avcii's II.vii: Vtooi:. 7hieh stopped the fall
ing of the hair, and Marted a nowgruutli. I
have now a full head of h.ur growing lgor
ouslv, and am comiucod iJi.it hat tor iho
use it mr prepai.ition i should havo been
T. "W. Bowbk, proprietor of the Me Arthur
Ohio) Enquirer. :si" Avku'r H.vihVloon
is a most excellent preparation for thu hair.
I speak of it from my own experience. Its
ie promotes thu growth of new hair, and
makc-i it glossy and soft. Tiie Vinon is also
a sure euro for dandruff. Not within my
knowledge Ii.ih fhe preparation ever failed
to give entire satisfaction."
Mn. Ant.vr F.vinnAir.x, lcaiior of tho
celebrated " F.ilrbairu raniily " of Scottish
Vocalists, writes from Iltnton, Man., Feb. G,
1SS0: "Ever since in) hair begiii to give sll
ver cvideneo of the change nhleh fleeting
time procuretli, 1 1-ave uxed Aviat's Hair
Vltiuic, and so have been able to maintain
an appearance of youtlifulneis a matter of
considerable consequence to minister-, ora
tors, actor, and in fact every one who lives
in the ejej of the public."
7Hi:v O. A. Punsrorr, writing from IS Kim
St., Chnilcstotri, .l,is , April 1!, INK., sas :
" Two veafs ago about two-thirds or my hair
ciime o"lf. It thinned ery rapidly, and I was
f.ist urouing Inld. On lining Avflt's Hah:
' ViRtiit the falling stopped and a new growth
commenccil. and m about a month my head
Mas completely covered Tilth short hair. It
ho continued to grow, and is now as good us
b"fnre it fell. I regularly iwil hut one bottle
f the Vinnn, but now use it occasionally as
We havo hundreds of .iniilar testimonials
to the e.'ncacy of AvtatS IIaiu Vicok. It
needs hut a trial to convince tho most skepti
cal of its value.
Soid by all Druggists.
JSSTAULISnED IN 1856.
TIIE OLD RELIABLE
jodk t. nmum
would announce to the citizens of Iojjan
and vicinity that he li:m puivliased the
llunicss. Saddles, Collar
of R. C.Sanderson ami wilt continue the
bu.s.nt'fcs nt the old .stand, where wil, he
found Saddles of e cry dt?.ci-iption ftom S3
to Sl.'i, llimx Harn-t!cf all grades, prices
Ironi S to f,-0. Worlc II :ruess, heavy and
liht jioni to iS.); t'olliiis of all kinds
' ' ''"f l,"ji ??k iV -'.,larla"
2,'0";. !. ps :n ,ld
. . .j , . t-"' -" fc' . " i tutiiuu-
ted halebone bins i;i thecitv.
1 lames awl Chains at low
prices, Curry Combs and
Brushes. A good Comb
and Brush for 25c.
A large stockof beautiful Plush Lap Robes.
A good assortment of Horse Covers .irfti
Blankets. Very best Hnrness Oil at SI 00
per gallon. I use the very best material
and employ none but skilled workmen.
Call and examine my stock and prices iie
fore purchasing. All goods fully warran
ted. Repairing promptly done. Shop in
tt right Block, opposite First Bank- orLogan
J t Sanderson.
Occupies a Koom in the
ilekeepsa selected stock of ready made
Boots and Shoes.
Custom ILule Work a Specialty.
Shiloh's cough and consumption cure
is sold by us on a guarantee. It cures
consumption. Sold by B. C. Reber and
Sliilob's vltalizer is wliat you need
for constipation, loss of appetite, dizzi
ness and all symptoms of Dyspepsia.
Price 10 and 75 cents per bottle.
Sold by B. C Reber and Co.
Sleepless nijilits; made miserable by
that terribl-" cough. Sliiloh's cure is
the remedy for you. For sale at Reber's
Catarrh cured, health abd sweet
breath secured by Shiloh's catarrh
remedy. Price 50 cents, nasal injector
jree. For sale at B. C. Keber and Co.
For lame back, side or chest use Shi
loh's I'orons Plaster. Price 25 cents,
or B. C. Reber and Co.
Croup, whooping coufih and Bronchi
tus immediately relieved bv Shiloh's
Cure, sold by B. C. Rebet and Co-
Will you suffer wilh dyspepsia and
liver complaint ? Shiloh's vitalizer is
guaranteed to cine j'ou. Sold by B. C.
Keber ana Vo.
That hacking cough can be so quick
ly cured by Shiloh's cure. '-Ve guaran
tee it. Sold by B. C. Reber and Co-
Are you made miserable by indiges
tion, constipation, dizziness, loss of
appetite, yellow skin ? Shiloh's Vita
lizer is a positive cure. Sold by B- 0.
Ueber and Co.
Tho Iiev. George fT. Thayer, ot Bour
bon. Ind , saj-s: "both my wifn and I
owe our lives to Shiloh's consumption
cure." For sale at Beber's drug-store-
Why will you cough when Sbi'oh's
cure will give immediate relief. Price
10 ets fiO cts and 1 dollar to be had at
B. C. Uebers and Co.
Shiloh's catarrh remedy, a positive
cure ior catarrh. dipUieria. and canker
ruourit al B. C- liobers and Co.
"Hackmatack." a lasting and fra
grant perfume. Price 2 and 50 cents
at U. CJ. 'teller's -.ml Co.
Shiloh's cure will immediately rol:eve
croup, whooping cough and brouch.tis
sold at B. C. Reber and Co.
For dyspepsia and liver complaint:
you have a primed guarantee on every
bottle of t'.hilnh's Vitali.er- It never
tails to cure, sold by B. C Reber ami
A nasal i'ljector frcp with each but
tle of Shiloh's catarrh remedy. Price
50 cents z. Reber's drug store.
May 10th. 18k:'i 1 your.
l)aaj'.itr"rs, Wivas it 'id ?J liters
Iir. 31ari"hisi"s CsiijoHcon, Ferule irccinl
guaranteed to give satisfaction or money
lvtunded. Will cure Female Diseases. All
ovarian trouble?, inflammation :md ulcer
ation, tailing and displacements or bear
ing down feeling, irregularities, barren
ness, changes oi life, leucoirlioea, besides
niaiiv wi'-iUiicsses springing from the
i hove, like headaclu-. bloiting, spinal
weak'iesses. sleeidessnesis, nervous, tebill
tv, palpitation ot the heart, .ic. Forsale
bvall Uiuggists. Price sl.Wl and zlM per
Bottle. Send to Dr. J. 11. Marehisi, Utica,
N. Yfor Puinphlet, tree. Kors.de by
Ail Job WorJi Prompt
Men scat toanvpart of he city and foun
ry at reasonable rates. Shop on Hunter
ttreet,.JunicsSoai factory Iliiildintr.
A !jif.j-saring Present.
Mr.M.E. Allison. Hutt:hinoii.
Kan.. .vetlhi life !)y a simple
T-iai Bottle of Dr "King's tfew
Disi-oiorv for Consumption, which j
eau-cil him to procure a larjre bot
i t'e. thsiL completeiy cured him. when
j Doctors, change "of ehnvitc, and
evcrythintre!se Itatt tailed. .Asinma.
Bronchitis, Hoarseness, Severe
Coughs sunt all Throat ami Lung
ilif-i'iWs, it is gtiarnntoo.ri to cure
Trial iJoltles free at F. Harrington's
Drug Store. Dirge size. $1. 00.
Feh. !", 1 vr.
Zioss of Memory. '
in 80-pace Cloth-bound Book of wliolcsomo
Aiice to Youns Jlen, by a KcKular I'hysician.
OJ'MT C D BT 17 oa receipt of two threa-cont
OS-PI I r mis etamps. Address
THE HEALTH JOURNAL. MILWAUKEE. WIS.
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promj-t :.is sti:ec'-:.. tO UriiiiBii.- -A
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Feinals Jcrvr-;-,tsr. It -.u oo ue' "t.Cl
veryv3ll,".iii 'c .'U"t bi-;iiiiij iiimiila:t3tlis
, itvt.y Zfl -5;
S-Virtlit Ut: ilTT'S Rl.'KL f'i::.-S3
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"-iSraS rV,-,. . is-5 n rr p f)?"7? . -iffWV ij1 Two to four Iwttles ii
' ftgpSl- J. F i'i -wfi 13 r.i i TRADEMARK. gimrantcci! or.1Ionij
I &ii& 4 t- - ii . h?S2i2ZL-- F!o by Dmcrsist'. Alo wot by mail, rost iaid,
gEffiiiPe'v.'.' 'i-.-Tj.bu --t . tics, St. 110. Circalars and testimanul free.
t- -....v .-.-; .1. 8,- . - -- 1A- .i-t,u.:-r r----- ! AiMrruiI!;. P. HALT.. YVioIctalriiml
j"?. " ""
gwsf-.'wr- tj: zkjaktls? UBranB
cStBTlai?S' j &UWt2lts ? ArcUItrotnrff, fbruilitry.
PiViv?1 Aajricnltare, IlnluceVfix.
WtfiMf.l J?,1.",1"-'"1 -.:catarc' , g?,mieat Mlstory.
ESl'SASl ii .'?' JfPittSi tttFji titles nnrt Tohi.m or History. la-ir.
I WS?uAhi't-AiiBKlciilaillvaliil-,tury Mechanics, lJuKuae.to
I fct'sMl U'vitS S5i It contains OTerC-oi.iCOT,O.OConof.'rcncsaai,X)llla9traloD,
E'5S?J13r? iVA't'titgKl'-' aa1 ls t,, ,w't a'1 rao, :Pnlarejlopsa!a furollcluiu aniScoadltona
C!2-SA5S5-3oTcrpabl!.L6(3. A sec ta Wun ted tato orders lor this ,
1iMefe IKDISPEH5ABLE U3SA5Y OF UNIVERSAL KNOWLEDGE- e
KsrKlWiJii xl Kamnla Conle', -will b t rat for
e&SE-'.VrKSrSirsi r OIK BOLUrilt. Adu;.is
&.sS;i?;2-s? Z-fizsJ- -.
"We Want Agents for the WK3L!D; CYCLOPEDIA
And to pctat once Brisk, Ener.atie and Snccessfal Worhirs, tj Lstj decided to give
Tii S rk iP f H
ment"' th.it.-cnts cannot fall to oarnfrosiSlOO toQl-rCKith. Won ill also divide equally
Sfl "irfS, iA j ti tr'JJT Ketweex th? cu iv:rson Trho seed tlin ten next
Si & i""-J JS y -Si is" L "T ortfi3r berrre Jf.l'E 1st, lt3. We will
. aLiG V- x W ay Vr .JMwriW jend a tirapte Clopvja bj mall, to aayaddrcss for OXB
UOI"j III. If 7oad" not Ca-Itha Cvclopeilla sorth the mo397 wo irill ralaii'l the cash. ETerj-ngent will realize
Ilnr.- .::;." I'rc.Ut ( o.i all crccrs tat a I tlio nut cnerpctic will receive tn SS.OOO.OO Cash Premlam
nanlt-.l :il;or;. l:i :i:2i:Ion Co nil otSrr coiui-Isslonn. SViU One p-jiLvr sx onca forSampto CTClopcdU
HaCcuCiii:'.la.'ri'rn.Hlu Ag.:c:3. V.a aTa Ocpu.lteJ S2.0OO.OO ensh wlih JOHN P. PnlLLlPS Co.,
41 Pare u... New Yort. to bo kItoii iw twy. John P. rclliiin Co. re the athorlied New Tork Amotsottti
Unf T(ks T;n.Tc.ns, and Ht.ro gaarancoed tL ii;bllsher oftba Tribune. :hat tim cash will bo given as atOT advertised.
ss'sxrs-s l world Manufacturing
F" Si JEfcfcrrSiifcJa " 11 ifc J.i ij?.t -s il" Jm ' '' ' i-"-" hf " Tf
The Leading Maeyland Mutoaw
The Great Eastern Mutual Life Insurance Co.
54 Lexington St. Baltimore City, BEd.
Tills Company pays ALIi CLAIMS PROilPTLT and IN FUIiIi, and has tTia 01TI
ORIGIXATj LOW ASSESSMENT PLAN in America. Over 5,000 Policies written In
two years, representing S?,O0O,O0O.OO Insurance. Its Plans being original, aro copy
righted, and no similar featnrc3 exist elsewhere. Policies ARE GOOD.no matter when
death occurs, and NO CLAIMS ARE CONTESTED, except for non-papment of dues
andassessments.afteraPolIcyls Issued. AEentsfindtliisthemosteasIIyreprcsontcd
Idf or Endowment rolicics, and Is rcrcnentcd in 5) States. Paid-nproHelcs
for assessments aro given members, after two years, npon request. Send for Circulara
In this, tho Great Popular People's Company. Mention this paper.
First-Class Solicitors Wanted.
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ng ?.&o 52 5-SE-S-l?SS Tj,
WO?-" Jl S--Z 10sJj5S3;5sH532i5- liil
Keeps constantlr on hand the choicest meats
be sold at the lowest possible prices for
TVc propose keeping pothing but the very best msate,
those having fat cattle for sale will find it to' their aclraan
taj. c to call and see us before sell in r. ns we will pay the
highestmarket price for choice cattle;
We havo just'received new machinery for makinjr
&c, and we
After a tbcronern trial cf
IRON TONIC, I tafce pleasure
to stating tnat x nave rjeen
ereatlv benetited by its
use. Illunstsrs and PaD-
lic bpeakors snll find It
of the greatest value
where a Tonic is neces
sary. I recomri.end it
as a reliable remedial
ajrent, possessing un
doubted nutritive and
Zouimtle, JiTy., Oct. 2, 18S2.
-.. ciBSESBcaers jC
? TAfJT jV
s ik j ,r i a a a a
jr Mt. -tta MT tmlf," Ue
rSE?A2IDBrS2SDB.HAKTEXl VTEDICUXE CO., 113 S.XAIHGI!.,BI. LOTS,
ggg ggx us
gy mM ffmrl r
WH Pgl L fca M fUii,c Tmi BflP"5?fl
B&Er& e 3fea um um i
Ganpoiithdy be cared byiisinff OR. P. IIAIjI3 CATARRH HK.TIKDV.
A ccw ccauponntl. eaKrely dillcront froia all other i-reparstioniL It ia iu tile fona
of a fine omUneut frbich is Misdy aj-pln-l iu the no.tnl and ears, and reaches tba
tat of tho disease by abfmrpHon. l'levtnt to the Anti!, and inort etB jient in opera
tion. I'orllaT Fryer, also impaired Ilcrerljur, .1tlbt,!njpH ir.d Tnstr, jto
diuvd by Catarrhal d Fecse, it in a i.sJtive cum. TLo ,:.o.t aotwl Phydans and
prominent Druwsts all oer lh land have givrr it thir 3or3r3eat. TVe haro
tiif unsolicited Uvtimoniab of husdrecU of yroroine-it ted rvllahle ana. itho hara
ben perinmicntly cured. Do not i hmnb-wmot by norrnms. prrrared bT
tiie !ncxinenci'd an 1 unreliable, but ir.MM npon harinar tills Excellent Iwineay,
fTAIITION. naro o connttrfcitd or nuitatioia.
bottle, aad do not buy wilhoutit.
i fy pii 1
ma m i -
For the MSRCHAITsiiiirJisEisn
For tho MARKET GARDENER
For the PRIVATE FAR32LY
Grown by o'Liry1""0 on our own pamai
IlandMiiiu- Illustrated Catnlno
MEKCHANTS, SE.N US YOUR IJC5IXESS CARDS FOR TlLtDE LIST.
DAViO LA0RE7H&S03,SEED OHO VT1S, PHILADELPHIA
.- . vfC,a!Rva epa-SB PS3!
l; -& VL-KtcfiKi w : ttu
i vi vr. WrT KaevEg 7 -NaanastB'
FOR AIX CIJMATBa,
cq,i nATAi niiiii: iropg:
"8 SItOS. r3r iafciE.3
CnCAi'EST WORK EYEE ISSUED!
a? ss: 23
3 3 T9T E " 1-5
-AXD I,niK.tRT OF-
Tetania glres accoraiBuia concise lnronct!on,arrangd
t-irrscT rcferccco on
ozasilss:ion, bj tcU, post-paid for
Hf'g Go. 122 ITaaaa Street, ITevr York
J? To :io Aecnt who orders the moC
CTdoi.N?ai:"-;bor:rc.riINE 1st. 1884
Vo oSt sr.th ezrtranrCInarr Induce
Co.. 122 Utasssa. Stsss
c a -- n -
""aT - " w " ZX w"f
1 j " TT i -'
which will !
toxiite of Iron, Peruvian
a palatable form. JPor
Debility, Xosa of Apptt
JPorera it is imlinaiM.
Industry, HI., aays:
most excellent remedy tor
debilitated, vitai forcs.
E3U KLJ3 '" B"5?E
rho has nude this nlmw h otudr Tor SO yeurs.
rally sufilriit to elTtct an entire cure. SialUfueti
refumlrd. It is a poilm-e tair for Knr-nche. For
, iipca rcuwii't of uOc. Kindle botOe, pactago of twobofci
Ketall Drnxlt, 030 State Street. Trie. Pa.
The above Xzodo Hack wlU bo found oa errax
C' fliriETY-ElCHT YEARS
and Kural Recister FltEE TO ALL.
ALL SOILS, ALL CHOPS
S O & n - JTt .i t. C O -Tl O m m-u mW Z I
IB S li?898 K lv
jea m izsr
Uu'T Vnlritvyyi I ilka eo stws.
E?V A, fr BnrJiPsfpr. N.V r.hirscrn. III.
m ww. ..w-... ., w. e-, ...
a 1 '-- i 1111!
H i i y 1 a : S mm
All telegrams we-te sent by Ox Tauts
,Jfot Many Years Ag9
That had become Soiled or Faded, waircMt
aside; but now such gools c.ui be re-ISs
treti, renovated ordyetland innde-us ko4
as new. That is our trade, and we have
just placed in our establishment SewMa
c hi ii cry, consisting of a
Cetrifugal Hydro Ex
A. Large Finishinj: Cylindwr,
Crape Shawl Frame and a
S-eam Shawl Press,
Ami a ftiiriine of S team Machinery am
we ar better prepared than ever to do lira
class work. And we shall do none bat tktf
best of work at a fair price.
ecI5eineri:br. these are all facts aad
don't ninKe a mistake, bat send all your
old raded and Soiled Clothing of any
Kind to the.
City Steam Dye Souse,
Branch will be Started is
Logan -in September,
and net two dollar's worth for every rfttBar
yon pa us. Price list sent I any uddroas.
May 10, ISSS-ly
Positive 'nre for Piles.
To the people of this Country we would
say we have been given the Ageney of Dr.
ed to cure or money refunded Internal,
External, Blind, Bleedng or Itching Piles.
Price COc. a bor. Forialo by
liller Sl Cms
was the first preparation perfectly adapted
euro diseases of the scalp, and tho first sa
eeeitul restorer of faded or gray hair to 1M
natural color, growth, and youthful beauty.
It, has had many imitators, but nose have
fully met all the requirements needful for
ths proper treatment of the hair and scaly.
Hall's Hair Rkxewct: has steadily growa
in Javor, and spread its fame and usef olaeM
to every qaarter of the globe. Iu imparaV
laled snecesa con be nttribcteil to kat oa
cause: tkt tntirt fulfilment of its prcxniMS.
The proprietors have often been surprised
at the receipt of orders from remote eosa
trias, where theyliad nevermadean etfortfer
The esc for a short time of HAIX'S KaIK
Rkkbwkr wonderfully improves the pec"
sonal appearance. 1 1 cleansss the scalp f roat
all iaiporitisa, cures all humors, favcr, aad
dryness, and thus prreuU baldnss. It
stimulates the trcatenod plicds, and enailaa
them to push fortkard a new and ?hjbroa
growth. Tho effects of this article are not
transient, like thoso of alooholia jrPra
tions,but remain a long time, wliiclt -iakM
its use a matter of economy. Jv
"VTIII ehanpo Uio beard to a sstural Itoib,
orbl.-.rlc. as ilorircd. It proiintwt a parmaaeat
color that will not wash awr.y. Consistlus (
n ?iusTo preparation, it is applied withoaf
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the best remedy, lecaos ta
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Dlularial, Agco, Stoa
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Tested for 20 year, It cares SO per cent ot
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