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pired too toon a line might ex lend it; if
power were lacking here or there a section
would suihce. the object ot tne bill is ex
plained by the eighth and ninth sections.
They provide that to every tabe affecting
the negro the President shall extend mili
tary jurisdiction and protection, and thai if
a State omer aniii enforce any law, cus
tom or police regulation discriminating be
tween a negro and a white man, in the en
joyment of civil rights, he may be tried ond
punished by any officer of the Bureau--ALi
cases, whether civil or criminal, whether
to punish lor crime or to enforce a contract,
whether between two negroes or between a
negro and white man mimtaut jurisdic
tion and hiotectioii ! What is that?--Martial
law aiid & drum head court-martial.
The Constitution provides that no man, ne
gro or white man, ftiall be arrested without
a warrant, held without an indic'ment,
tried wiihout a jury, he ihall have a speedy
and public trial, hare counsel and witness
es, and be confronted wiih witnesses f gainst
him. Yet this law proposes to do away
with all these safegards, and subnilute the
short, sharp procoises of military courts,
where there is no inJic'.uienis, no jury, and
no counsel or wiinesses for the prisoner,
except by the grace and favor of court.
Can any man believe this law was intended
for the benefit of the negro ! Was it not
intended rather to bring every citizen of
the United Stales, and every State of the
Union to the foot of the military authority,
as administered by the most ignorant arid
degra led rervant of the bureau who could
be hired at five hundred dollars a year?
(Cheers. OonsiJer the Civil Rights bill,
it provides that all citizens shall be entitled
to the same civil rights, and be punished
for offenses with the same measure of pen
alty. Suppose in any State, the negro, by
leason of his inferior intellect, ia punished
less severely than the white man, can Con
gress by this law increase his punishment ?
Can Congress increase the penalty ? If it
can iu the case of the negro, so can it alo
in case of the white man. If it can increase
bo can it also diminish. If it can increase
or diminish, it can create a new and differ
ent punishment, or it can abolitdi all pun
ishment, and thus msy establish within the
State and without its consent an entire
criminal rode, and thus bring all the citi
zens within the control of Federal power,
end this was the main object of the bill.
Jrti so the Educational Dureau bill, and
the Insurance Bureau bill, and the Railroad
laws have unJer various guises and pretens
es but the tingle purpose of breaking down
State authority and transferring all the af
fairs of common life to the supervision of
the Federal Government. And thus on the
ruins of our ejsiern of confederation will
" be built a strong centralized Government in
whose splendor and power the liberties of
the citizen, now so 'veil protected, will be
As I rode from Boston last night I passed
through Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Con
necticut, New Yortand Pennsylvania. I
could not help remembering their history,
Massachusetts was so jealous of federal
power that she, first of all the Stales
asked for an amendment to the Constitution
declaring that all powers not expressly
granted were resorved, lest there should be
an undue activity in the Administration
Rhode Island would not ente' the Union for
a year after Washington's inauguration,
lest the powers of the Federal Government
might be used to the injury of her commer
cial and shipping interests. New York ex
pressly declared ita opinion of the right of
secession. What a contrast now ! How
etrongly and constantly do those States
now insisc on the process of centralization.
Pennsylvania, alone, simply ratified the
Conutitution. By her fidelity to the com
mon weal, by her promptness, by her wi
dom and moderation, as welt as by hr ge
ographical position, she acquired the title of
the Keystone State.
Men of Pennsylvania, be faithful to-day
to your ancient history. Your Slate has
enjoyed a rare felicity. Her valleys and
plains are teeming with wealth, her moun
tains are swollen with coal and iron, and
other minerals, her cities stagger beneath
the load of accumulated capital. They all
need peace, order, stability of government
and of legislation for their proper develop
ment, tier population is crowded, and in
dustrious, and liberty-loving. They need
contentment and leisure to pursue their
own business. Her Units con.airi Car
) enter's Hall and Impendence Hall. H r
cil was the birth-place of the declaration,
and is sanctified by Brandywine and Ger
mantown and Valley Forgt, hallowed by
the heroism which endured defeat and suf.
ft ing. In her midst the Constitution was
formed, and the capitol wa', lor many years
ltcated. By these sacred memories, I con
jure you to be true.to your own great his
tory. Be faithful to your principles, and
deaerve more glory for having in this dark
hjur preierved our system of free govern
ment than your fathers obtained for having
through blood and suffering founded it.
Mr. Pendleton retired amid loud and con
STATE OF OHIO, VINTON CO,
... Court of Common Pleat.
John Lowery, plff., 1
. ,T, . f 0n Execution
Sa-nucl V. Dodge et a!s., dcfts.J No. 1.
AN pursuance of tbe command of a fl. fa. Wo.
1, in ',be above cause to me directed from
ta a Court of Common Pleas of the aforesaid
county of Vinton and State of Ohio, I will offer
at publio sale at the door of ihe court-hou.
in the town of JlcArthur in aforesaid oounty
ot Vinton, on
Monday, July 30th, 1866,
at the hour of ona o'clock p m of said day,
the following pergonal property, to wit: One
Taken aa the property of Samuel V. Dodge
to satisfy an execution of afoiesaic" Court, in fa
vor of John Lowory.
Terms of sale, cash in hand.
D. S. Dana, att'y for plff. july!9w prfa 450
TT AS cured thousands of the worst eases of
Blind and Bleeding Piles.
It gives immediate relief, and effect a perma
nent cure. Try it directly. It ia wuranted to
cure. For tale by all Druggists at 50 cents per
January 18, 1868. 1y.
THE Board of School Examiners of Vinton
x County will bold but one meeting in each of
in summar months, vu: upon tba Jrst Satur
day in June, July and August. Meetings at
unioa Dcnooi House, ucArthnr.
junsTml J. J. McDOWELL, ClorL,
BACK PAY, BOIOT AXD PEXSIOAS
'Will be collected promptly by
Edward A. Brntton,
m'abtiicb, on io.
ALL soldiers, who are by law, entitled to
Back Pav. Bounty and Pensions. and wld
owg, fathers, mothers, brolhera, and sisters of
deceased soldiers claims win Da promptly at
tended to. )yW
Back-Pay, Bounty & Pensions.
H. C. JONES
iLateCiDtain 18lhO. V. 1.1
Attends promptly to the collection
BACK-FAYi BOUXTYand TENSIONS.
q'ERMS REASONABLE. OFFICE Logan
X street, North of J, K. Will's residence
MoAr'liur, U. i,iuiyH,e- mo,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
McArthur, Yinton County, Ohio,
WILL attend promptly to nil legal business
entrusted to him. Office In Court House,
MoArthur,Ohio. June, 23-lf.
"BTilLrBRirTT O N7
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
McArthur, Vinton County, Ohio,
WILL attond to all legal business intrusted
to hi care in Vinton, Atbern, Jaakso,
Ross, 'looking, and adjoiningcounlics. Partic
ular attention given to the collection of soldiers
olulnis for pension, Doum:ca, arreara ot pay
eto., against lhe U S or Ohio, including Mor
gan raid claims. jane 88-tf.
B X. CONST BLE,
B. A. CON8TRLE.
Constable and Constable,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
McArthur, - Ohio,
WILL attend promptly to all business in
trusted to their care, in Vinton and Ath
ens counties, or auy of the courts of the 7th
Judicial dist.. and in tho Circuit courts of lhe
0. 8. for the Southorn district of Ohio. Claims
against the Government, pensions, bounty and
baolc pay collected. jan4tf
JOPCPII HHA rBl' R V.
BRADBURY & MARK,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
McArthur, Vinton County, Ohio.
WILL attend promp'ly to all business en
trusted to iholr caro, In Vinton and A'h
eni counties. apl25tt'
HO MI3RC7"J ON E Si
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Me Arthur, Yinton County, Ohio,
ILL attond promptly to business entrust
ed to ins care. jenmo
I WOULD rospectfully Inform thn poople that
lam permanently loc ated in.Uckson, 0 II.,
'bio, where I can at all times bo found fully
prepared to meet all the domands of my pro
le sion. Charges reasonable and work war
ranted. jy5m S.T. BOGGESS, Dentist.
ii. XV. J. WOLTZ,
DEALER IK AND BEFAIB1B Of
'I I UK, - - - Ohio.
IN rolls read) to be nailed down, adapted to
House, Factories, and buildings of all kinds
constructed of materials that have stood the
test of fifteen years, and manufactured on an
entirely different and Detter plan than any oth
er composition roofing in uso. Sccurod bv pat
ent. Very durable and at low prico. Circu
lars and samples sent free by mail. Liberal
torms to agents. Readt Roofino Co.,
junoTy No. 73 Maiden Lane, New Yrik.
Hoisi mi Callie Powers.
long and favorably
known, will thor
anil cleansing the
stomach and Intes
tines. It is a sure pre
ventive of all ill
eajri incident to
this animal, such as -UNO FEVtlt, GLA.NDLB3,
LOS9 OF APPE
TITE AND VITAL
ENERGY, he. It
use improve! the
glossy skin and
miserable skeleton Into a fine-looking and spirited
tone. ;i .i
To keepers of Cows this nrcnaratlon la Invaluable.
It Increases the quantity and improves the quality
01 me mux. u nas
been proven by ac
tual experiment u
an appetite, loosens
.1.-1- j -
mokes them I rive
Ia all diseases of Swine, such as Coughs, Ulcers la
the Lnngi, Liver,
4c., this article
acts as a specific.
By putting front
one-half a paper
to a paper in a
barrel of swill the
will be eradicate
or entirely prevented. gi" in time, a certain
preventive aoa care lor ue og unoiera.
Prios 25 Centi per Paper, or 8 Papers for IL
PBXTARKI) ST .
8. A. ITOX7XZ Sc BRO.,
, At THE TB j
WHOLESAIE DRCfl AND MEDICIKB DEPOT,
lTo. 116 Pranklin St, Baltimore, Md.
For Sale by Drugaiits and Storekeepers through.
Ut lbs United States.
For Salt ly
J. S. STRONG, DsrooisT.
jy26y MoAbtocb, Ohio.
Yinton Probate Court.
XTOTICE is hereby given that BterhenDar'oT
JlI guardian of Stephen D. Clark, a lenal heir
or tne estate or llenry Clara, deceased, nas
filed his accounts and vouchers in the Probate
Court of Vinton crnnty, Ohio, tor inspection
and final settlement, end that the same will be
for hearing on Saturday, August 11th, ad 1866
In said court. KICHARD CBA10,
July 3J, !3C0-3w Frobaro Judge.
F'f i -"1 increase tne
Wfi -? i my 01 mua
I, -t 1 1 cream twenty
V -r5rf'i swwt In
1J J Afl II eattle,it
Dr. J. S. STRONG,
Ilulberts Cor Opposite Coart-boHae,
Mc ARTHUR, OHIO, ' ' ,
. . -
. : BEA LIIUM - :
Dmgs, Medicines, :
. 'I .-
FINE; TOIL T SOArS, ' -
f ISSES Supporters, and Ehouldor Braces
ill Qlaas, I'utty, Taints, Oils, Varnishes, snd
Dve Sltifl's, etc, f, tent Medicines of every va-
riuly, I'aper, Pencils, Ports Mouics. PorteFo
lios, Envelopes and general variety ot fancy
articios. .1 .
JEW-EL RY .
N. B. riiyslclons Prescriptions carefully
eomnounded and or dors corrootly answered:
Medicines warranted genuine and of the best
quality. April 2B, .soon
JOS. DODDRIDGE L SON,
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS 07 t
One door cant of G. W. SUiou's Drug Store,
Mc Arthur, Ohio,
WILL KEEP ON HAND, AT
Iron and Kails of all Kinds, '
Axes and Hatchets,
Tulle and Poclet Cutlery,
Saddlery Mounting and
Gerihing, Door Knobs,
Butts, Screws and
strap Ihnqes, Cabinet
and Cooper Tools, , J
Hones, UU Carpet,
and all Kinds of
t anning Implements.
DR. J. DODDK1 DOE & bON. '
majl0m3 McArthur, Ohio. .
NOW OR NEVER !
LIST OPPORTUNITY ! !
C. J. BILLIIVGIIUItST,
WISHES to Inform tho citizens of Vinton
county that he intends to remain in Mo-
Artrjnr but a lew months longer, and all per
sens desiring pictures of an kind or size, will
uo wen to stenre tnem soon.
He ia still in Doesesaion of all the modern fa.
cllitios for producing Photograpbs aa
LARGE AS LIFE.
having all the accuracy and perfection of card
pictures. Special attention will be given to
small Daguerreotypes, Ambrotvpes, Photo
graphs, or any othe-r pictures, to any reqnired
size suitable for framing, and colored ia oil or
water colors, if desirod.
Don't wait till it is too late, but come now I
No oue else iu this part of the State will ever
go to tbe trouble and 01 Dense of preparing
himself for making all kinds of pictures, and
enlarging them to (any size. His prosent stock
of albums and gold pens will be sold very low.
Death memorials and Marriage certificates
will places for Photographs in them for sale.
rtctures or all ninis lra rued to order, at the
Photographio Booms of
joUtf C. J. BILLINGIIUEST.
GRlAT oombined talent ot
Zarone and Amarlea are
the men to consult : Ors. Bon
aparte & Reynolds, ot fS2
Bycainore street, Cincinnati, Is the only office
in the city where permanent cure of private
Diseases can be had without the use of murenrv
or change of diet. W guarantee-to eure Gonor-
hoea, Gleet, Syphilis, Im
Eruissions, or Self-Abuse, Diurnal Emissions,
Female complaints, in short, every possible
form and variety tr Bexual Disease. Cnrea
rapm, in ongn ana permanent, and fees mods
rate. Come one Come alL . . -
Gbeit moicAi, cibcclab sent for two 8 cent
stamps .. ... . , , j ...
FaxNcn safes A sure preventative to disease.
Price, tl each, or three for 2, or $7 per dozen.
Sent by mail. ,,. ..... 1 , ,
Dr. B.'g InvigoratlDr,-44nlmint, Price. 2 00
per botle. . ;a.. mi .1 !
Uriat woik r rRivars dibsases, vhe uid
to health, l beneficial to all, male and female
the old and younsr, should read this book. It
will enlighten those who grope in darkness.
Price,25o by mail, mountain of lio-ht
N. B. To the ladies. No Itdy should be
without Mad. Lozier'a Jemala Monthly Pills
a safe and eflectual remedy for all irregularities
and obstruction, from whatever eaase. ' Price
one dollar a box; extra fine five dollar.'' Onm
raunicatione by mail entirely tonfidentlal. No
letters will be answered nnlaag they contain a
remittance or a poetag 9 stamp. Call or address.
DBS.'BOSAPARTifeS REYNOLDS. ,
183 Sycamore Bt.,bet, Fifth and Sixth. eas aide
Cincinnai. 0. Offlco tours, 0 A. 11. to 9 V, Ui
rK PltATT & BCTCHKH'S -
CELEBRATED MAGIC OIL
Warranted ia eases of BbennMlUm, Neuralgia, Bruises
or iai. ,
The Best nnd Cheapest IIors and Ctttl
Jfr-dlclue Iu tho World!
Vtd throughout At Unite Utatti and OaH
mlai (tming tht tail US ytari.
For the cure of the various 1)Imvw to which
Homes ami Cnltlo nro subject; such sa
Fouuder, )lstemrr, Hide Itound, Ixwa ol
AnpetlLs.liiwnrd SlrnliiN, Yellow Water,
Flatiiln, Poll F.i-ll, Hcmtohea or
Oreiuie, Mnno, Iiillnmmniion or tbe
Kycs, niul Fatigue from Hard I borj
alKn, ltlieuiniitlsm, (commonly culled
bUir complaint), which prove fnlul lo
SO liiruiy vuluabfe Horses lu tlila country
SLOAN'S CONDITION POWDER
ITus the largMt snle of nr lloru ami Cattle Mullein
In this country, tl ts eoniunl of hcrU anil rooU, an4
for nillilurM, SHfflr, cirlnluly nj Ihoruuglinru, sUMle
pre-emlnanlly t Hie bend of the liat of Harm ami
WtU AfnfinW .
It earrles oft alt iTom linmnri, prevent! Iierms from
tiecomlng ill IT or fuiindrrlns;, nrlra Um Wood, Ioomm
tli skin. uj fives It a snioolli and glossy aiipoarane)
cloaruoi Hi water ami IrrnKlli'-ns timy jutrl of the
body. It Is also atnft aod certain remedy fur cwgtg
sad eoldii, abiw generate so ninoj fatal disease.
Tbe Cow rejoin to be supplied nlth an almmtaaceost
(bod not to nuko Iwr frit Ibis la nut duslmble, but t
keep lip a regular awretlnn of sillk, and all owusrs of
sows will And by (rltluft tlmm
SLOAN'S CONDITION FOWDISB
twice a week, a large lucruo In quantity and quality
of milk and ermni. It rarrh off all ferer and Im
purities of Uie blood. The effoct la aceu throughout Ui
Seaann by a rich and abuiidniit Bow of milk.
The farmer is brirlmiing to be aware vf the valuable
propel lies of bloan'i Condition J'oieoVr, in pro
noting the condition of bis sheen and preventing many
of the diseases of all Ik doniosticabxl animals.
f fifty east packege of Blonn'f Conditio
fowdet put Into a barrel of twill Is belter than to
btubeli OT corn to'flittea a bos, and Is a certain pr,
ventlr of llog Cholera, IlUud Staggers, aad other
diseases commoa among hogs.
CAVTtOXr-To protect oorsetre and the pnbH
from being Imposed upon by worthless Imitations, Um :
genoln wT.l bear the he rfmi'le tlguatar of the frw
srleton n the wrapper.
lor sal by Droggbvt and Merchants STorywbers.
gole Proprietors, Chloago. to.
H 0. drawer Mai t7- k-'
Dr. J. S. STRONG,
O. W. SISSON,
JySyt MoArthur, Ohitt.
IS THE MIBACLE OF THE AGE.
RAY-IIEADED poople Lave their locks re
stored by if to the dark, lustrous, silken
trenses of youth, and are happy I
xoung people, witn 11 grit, laded or red nair,
have these unfashionable colon) changed to a
beanfiful anbarn, and rejoice 1
People whose beads are covered with dand
ruff and humors, use is, and have cloancoata
and clear and healthy sculps I
Bald-headed jeterans have their lemaintng
locks tightened, and the bare spo'a covered
with luxuriant growth of hair, and dance tor
xoung gentlemen use it because it is richly
Young ladies rue It because it keeps theli
Lair in placet
Everybody must and will use it, because It ia
tho cleanest and beat article in the markot I
For Sale by Druggists Generally.
From nor. . Warren Chase, the Itcturor.
My hair and whigkors have been many years
gray. "King's Vegetable Ambrosia" has re
stored both lo their original color, black, anrt
covered tho baldness oa the top of my head
wim s uuo growm 01 diock Lair. 1 nave sev
eral friends who have used it with thaaame
results, and I cordially recommend it as one of
me rev medicines that will do wHat ita labels
and ciroilars claim for it..
October, 1865. Wabben Chas.
. M Tubus & Co.. Pronrletoni. Pstorhnrni
New Hampshire. A B Merriam & Co., Whole
sale Agents, Cincinnati, Ohio. Dr J 8 Strong.
"s"n juijiiuiur,uiiio. mayol-iy
IS warranted to he tbe -only preparation
known to care Connha. CoMm. Hn..n.
Asthma, Whooping Cough, Chronio. Cough,
Consumption, Bronchitis and Croup. Being
orenarad from llnn irl 1. 1: k..ii.
,0a"in6t nd expectorating, an i particularly
,o. , anguona 01 tne inroat and
Longs. For aale by all Drpggiets everywhere.
Janusry 13,18,ly. :" :.:, .
1-iaociu jsukk, whose place of real-
dince is unknown, is ntified that David
Burr did on the 80th day of June, sd 1866.
tile her petition in the'ollice of the Clerk of the
CCUrt of Onrhmnn PI ... ul.u 1 .1-
eonntv of Vintou and Bute of Ohio, charging
the said Elizabeth Burr with willful absenoe
ur mo wan mree year and asking thatw
Diav na aivnivtA1 m t vnuAi. b
wbiob petition will be for hwing at .tb next
Hv?.0'-", to-wlts Seitember S5th,
in Aft riAj 4 t AiL tt . 9
1"T W 9VU OBJ OI IUB9V 100. '
' DAVID BURK,
by Constable & Constable '
Jy5wt . . . - . . Atty a for PbinUrT.
' UU.1.1UIH3 111 BUB. Ik... 1... ...
' ' r. .. .. . . i. .' . Ji-i t
. AIIE TJIVEQ UALED
Scrofula, SfphUla, Skin Dis
ease, Old Sores, Salt llheum,
Liver Complaints, Rheumatism,
Fever and Ague. St. An
Erysipelas, Tumors, Eruptions,
Fits, Scrofulous Con
ONI person writes, her daughter was cured
of Fit of nine years' .standing, and at. Vitus'
dance of two years.
ANOTHER write, his son was cured after
bis flesh had almost waster) away.
The doctora pronounced the case Incurable.
ANOTHER was oured of Ferer and Agae af
ter trying every medicine in his reach.
ANOTHKB was cured of Ferer Bore which
bad existed fourteen years.
ANOTHER of Bheumatism of eight yean.
Cases innumerable of Dyspepsia and Liter
Complaint coold be mentioned, in which th
Purifier and Pills work like a charm.
THE BLOOD FILLS
Are the most active and thorough pills that
haveerer been introduced. They act so di
rectly upon the Liver, exalting that organ to
sueh an extent as that the system dnes not re
lapse into its former condition, which is too spt
to be the case with simply a purgative pill.
They are really
BLOOD AND LIVER PILL,
and. In conjunction with the
Win cure all tbe aforementioaed diseases, and,
ef themselves, will relieve and cure
Headache, : Costive-ess, Colio
Fains, Cholera Morbus,
Indigestion, Pain in the Bowels,
' Dizziness, &o,, &0i
Stomach' Bitters !
Bhould be used by convalescents to strengthen
the prostration which always follows acute
Try these medicines, snd you will never re
gret it. . Ask your neighbors who have nd
tliem, nnd they will say they are GOOD
MEDICINES, and you should try them be
ore going (or a physician.
PRINCE, WALTON & CO.,
(Successor to Dr. C. W. Botack,)
2T08, 56, 68. 60 & 62 E, Third St..
Am Sold by all Druggists and
Dealers In Patent Medioine j
GrMist linl Grcilir
I 51 1 9-riTteen-n Urge
i. wsf itur paffM for two
t oent stamp. ,
Prof, EGBERT JACKSON, ROBERT HER
BERT, M. D., Dr. EUGENE VELPEAU.Jr,
The National Dispensary, established 1859.
C IX years of unrivalled success in tbe care of
O everv form of private disease incident to
either sex.. -BCIENCB
& FAIR DEALING VICTORIOUS
OVEfi EMPIRICISM AND FRAUD.
We nfalliblv caie 6vDhillli. Gleet. Gonor
rhoea, Impotency, Noctnroal and Diurnal Em
issions .ccmrilainta peculiar to females, and ev
ery form of private disease of whatever name
or nature. Spermatorrhea or Belf-abuse, that
CUBS-OF MODERN MANHOOD.
easily and speedily cured and every trace of ita
terrible enacts eradicated from the system,
without detention from basiness. Young men
bear this in mind, that we are in possession of
the Secret Keceipta and methods of practice of
CoIverwoll,Lollemand, Hunter, Velpeau, Sen.,
Rirord and othoi great lights in modern medi
cal scionce; for it is a fact of the very greatest
importance, and we would ask any man of a ;
erage common sense how can the thousand and
one shallow pretenders of the day, with their
feeble inefficient remedies hope to compete with
Ye unfortunate, ere trusting yoar health and
money to heartless oharlitana, at least write to
JJrs. Jackson, Herbert ss Uo., who will at once
return yon a kind, discreet and explicit anawor.
Ladies, write for our eireular.
Dr. Jackson's Female Monthly f ilia, for ir
regularities. Price 1 per box.
lhe Mountain of LiuM or Medical Protector
and Marriage Guide, and an explicit key to
Love and Beanry. Containing; 800 pagea and
100 plates. tSTThis is THE book yon want;
price 50 cents; 8 for II.
Bend for our splendid circular containing
mere In quantity and of far superior quality to
any of the so-ealled "pamuhlets." Hemember
that we send a written reply to every letter,
especially adapted to the particular case under
consideration, because in the nature of things
vmvu who uiucid irum VVOTV utDOr
B. JACKSON'S OBIENTAL LINIMENT ;
removes all coldness and disability, and rejuv
enates organs which have lain dormant for
Dr. Jackson's French Patent Male Safe,
ia perfeotly safe and never fails to give satisfac
tion. It is the only sure and safe preventative
against contracting disease ever invented.
Prloe f I each, per half dozen $4, and per doz
en $T, sent by mail.
Inebriates or Modern Drinker who desire to
reform, but have found it difficult
can wholly eradicate all desire for any kind of
uquor, Dy using irr, uerDert'a Antl-Aleoholio
Compound, an unfailing remedy for intemper
ance; write for particular. .
Medicine and inatjuctions aent promptly to
any part of the country. Consulting Rooms of
tne jjispeniiary, txo. 167 sycamore street, Cin
cinnati O. r. O. Box, Ho. 4. Bend for oir
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