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Olllclal Oifrau 0f yiatcn County.
local - matters!
tW Advertisements to appear on Tlivrs
OnymfirnivQ, mst,.be handed in not later
nun Tvemluy eteniii'j
Religious Services in McArthur.
M. E. Ciiuncii. - Trenching Sabbath at half
r t ten oVI.ck, A. Hi., and keir-rast ix
o'clock, 1". J!. fuUitL Filu.1,21'. V.
riKfnTTr.niAN ri-i-geii..-r-rviefsaf" II oVVk
a. a . aiul il s M.tk t. it. Kubbath tfclivol at 9
o clock a. w., every sabbath. . ,
t'nuisTiAN Cncncii. Services at II o'clock a.
Slsson's Drug Store,
la the place to buy pure medicines, pine
llcqttors, fine pt'iftiiiuMy, anil toilet articles,
oils mid paints of every c'eeeriptionY tobac
co, PtiufT and cigars of the lliicst quality,
at the" very lowest rates. . .
Tlioso knowing thfinsclves InilebUnl to
tlte iindeivi-fiieil, cither on subscription or
advertising, are requested to call Immedi
ately and settle the same. I have sent bills
ton number of iny subscribers, lut they
havo failed to respond. Will they let nie
bear from them now, and save further ex-penso
and trouble ? A. V. BRATTOX.
Dr. J. Uoddrldpo & Son, . lm?e soW ont
their stock ot Hardwire, uuil wish to fcettlc
up w ith ix'rsona Indebted to them. For the
Information of those concerned, we have
only osay that tho books arc in the- naiuls
All persons who have paid for eubscrp
tion, w ill Have their papers mailed to them
regularly every week until tho time paid
for.. ,All.iulvci Liscmcnta ' paid for, will be
continued tliclrth'mv and contracts made
by mo will be filled 'bj' my successor.
.W. K. BI'ATTOy.
All persons having bu -lness Cards and
Advertisements in this pa per that lire not
paid for in advance, w ill be set out. next
week, as I am determined to do a cash bus
iness. I will send this paperto all the pres
ent subscribers, and next week we trill
strike off all names that are not paid lor
in advance. R. C. LKATIOX.
The lriends of, Temperance and Moral
Reform, in Me Arthur, will meet at the
Court House, on Monday evening, January
21,1807, for thoJ purpose of taking the In
itiatory steps fur organizing n Temperance
Longtic, and discussing other matters of
. importance concerning tho moral welfare
of our youth. A full attendance is requested.
Fbiexps ok Tejipkrance.
Kemonilier. . 1 , '.
"Blood rills" are made Loth
'. plain and sugar coated, and so
ihlltly coated as to make them per
fectly tasteless, thus doing away
with tho objection most persons
have to swallowing a piU. The su
gar coaling does not lessen their
action it readily dissolves in the
Our Job Department.
Ilaving en'tered into an arrange
ment with 1). F. Shriner, an exper
ienced printer, and'beiiig in receipt
of new Types, fancy colored inks,
&c, we feel confident that wo can
render our customers the most en
tiro satisfaction. Attention is call
ed to our advertisement, in another
Last week we by mistake left
out- of the .Vinton County Bank
Association tho name of II. F. & A
A. Austen, of Jackson Co. O. The
naine3 of these well known busi
ness men and capitalists, of our
neighboring Co., add to the repu
tation of this Bank. We hope our
citizens will encourage the intro
duction of capital and' enterprize
Damn tho rats. Tlicy are the pest of our
office. If those that trouble mwcre sober,
staid, respectable members of their race,
we w ould not complain. But, instead of
that, they are a set of reckless, swaggculngJ
dissipated cusses, that have no consciences,
no soiise of decency or propriety, and no
dread of a hereafter.. They do no credit to
their raising. Tho pi luting ofllce is noted
as, a school et virtue and intelligence.
Why it has failed to instil into the minds of
these pi iuting-houte rats sen timents of vir
tue, of sobriety, and of decency, we can
not conjecture, unless it be that they have
become demoralized by midnight reading
of some of our exchanges.. The politics of
the time has corrupted their Integrity and
undermined their moral sense.: That this
course of reading ha the effect mentioned
is not mere matter of opinion. We know
ic to bo so. 'Cause why f the other ulght
they devoured almost all of our radical ex
changes and immediately began tho work
of destruction, in imitation, we suppose, of
the "Rump." , The.r first ate about a pound
of candles that were lying around loose, so
that there would be nothing to threw light
upon their depredations. Then, after try
ing in vain to devour the candlesticks, they
proceeded to their work. They knocked
most everything into "pi", and flayed the
devil generally. They kept up their mis
chief until a late hour in the night, when
they run across the Jackson Standard and
commenced devouring Kandom Thoughts,'
which, of course, mado them all sick, and
caused them to make a rapid exit.
The Safes ' ; ?;:
For the new banks in this place have ar
rived.; We suppose now the banks will be
opened' for business at once.
For all sorts of lies and misrepre
sentations," in regard to the 'IJk
cord. Whenever vou hear certain
worthies of McArthur, saying any
thing derogatory to sound princi
ples and that we are connected
with the matter, tell the individual
who promulgates it, that it is not
true and come to us and we will
prove it.' Wo have in the past week
heard some whopping lies.
New 3Iail Route.
A mail route is much needed from Vin
ton Station tin Prattsville, Aiken's Hill, to
Wilkesville,a distance of 1-0 miles. The
attention of the Department is called
to this matter.
Parents and Teachers.
We have at last, in "The Lawyer in the
Sehol Room," a clear explanation of the
law of all tho States as to tho respective
rights of parents and teachers. Whether
a teacher has any jurisdiction over his pu
pils on the way to and from school, for ex
ample, has always becu a mooted question
with many. "No man may plead Ignor
ance of the law" Is a legal maxim, and yet
it would seem that Ignorance of the law is
the only excuse hat any one can have for
doubts on this, tjulject. "The Lawyer In
tho fcchool Room" is sent by mail to any
pare of tho United States fur SI. 00.
Address the author,
M. McX. WALSH,
No. Co Nassau Street, New York.
Tho trade supplied on usual terms.
We aro in receipt of this popular Lady's
Magazine for December. It Is a splendid
number. The title pnijo alone Is worth the'
price of the number. Tor many years
"Peterson's Magazine," in consequence of
its merit and cheapness, has had a larger
circulation thnn any other monthly In the
United States.- In 1S07 it w ill be greatly
improved: the reading matter tvjll bo In
creased, and each number will contain a
Double-Size Steel Fashion Plate, elegantly
colored, with from four to sis lijju res-
making "Peterson" tho cheapest In the
world. The terms will remain two dollars
a year to single subscribers. To clubs it is
cheaper still, viz: five copies for SS.OO,
eight copies for $12.00, or fourteen copies
for 92(1.00. To every person g'tti:ig up a
club (at these. rates.) the Publisher will
send an extra copy gratis. Specimens
sent (if w ritten lor) to tlio.-jj wishing to
get up clubs.
CHARLES J. PETERSON,
300 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia". '
Will be sent free of charge for one year,
a copy of the
Youth's Caslrt and Playmate,
to any one who will consent to act as agent
for It, or assist in getting up a club. Per
eons w illing to accept this oiler, will please
send their address to the publishers, when
they wllatonce fortrard specimen numbers
and the necessary directions.
Extra Premiums to Agents
Prize Puzzle in January, '07.
The Playmate Is the cheapest and bc?t
Magazine for the Young folks, always light
and sparkling with good , things; Moral
Tales, Biography, " History, Lessons for
reading and speaking, Dialogues, Anec
dotes, Puzzles, Ac.
Beautifully illustrated w ith wood engra
viugs. Published monthly. Price $1.50 a
year, ten copies for eleven dollars.
Address WM. GUILD & CO,
33 School street, Boston, Slass.
C'OA A MONTH! Afrcn! wantod for six on
VU tiroly new articles, just out. Address
O. T. Gahey, City J'.nil Jin, Uiddeford, Mu.
Dr. Schcuck's Pulmonic Syrup.
This jrcat medicine, mired Dr. J. 11. Schcnek,.
tlio jroriotor,' ol ruhnonary 'JonMimptioti,
when it had insumsil he liust furmidnhlu as
pect, and when fpceiiy death appcured to be in
evitable, lliapbysiciuna pronounced liis cimo
incnrablo, whou no commarecd the nsa of this
cirnplo but powerful rcmody. Ills health wi
reatornd in a very short lime, and m return of
tho dUeoss lias b:en apprclieujcd, for a I the
tjn.toma quickly disappeared, and his present
weight in mere than two hundred.
Si ice his recovery, he lias devotod Li atten
tion exclusively to tho cure of Coiirunipiion,
nnd llio tli?cau8 which aro complicated Willi it,
ond the cures fleeted by lit moJicinea have
boon very uuineroua and truly womloi lal. Dr.
Sulionck niahes)rofci'.linal vinit to reveral of
the larger citiei wcokly, whero he ba lnro
concourse f patiocUanditis truly atOniehinir
to kbe poor contumplives that havo to bo lifted
ou of their carriages, and in s few months
liealtl.y,robnst persons. Dr. t'chenck's Pulmo
nie Syrup, Seaweed Tonic, and Mandrake Pills
are generally all required in curing Cotuump
tion. fa I dirertions accompany each, to rhat
any one can take them without seeing Dr.
Sohenek, tint wlicn it is ennveniont il is best to
seo Mm. Ifo gives advico fice,but for a tho
rcr.gh examination wilh his Kispirometor his
fee is three dollars.
Please obscrvo, when purchiaing, Hint the two
likenesses of the Doctor one when In the laii
stage of JJonmmption, si.d the other as ho now
Is, in porfoct health are on the Oov. stamp.
Sold by all Druggists atid Dealer. I'riceJl.SU
per bottle, er $7.60 the half dozen. "Loiters
tor advice should always be diiccted to Dr.
Schenck's r-iucipal OlHce, No. 15 Xoth 6h
Street, l'hilndelpbis, Pa.
General Wholesale Agents: Demos Barnes &
Cu., N. Y., S. S. Hanoo, Baltimore, Md.; John
D. Park, Cincinnati, O.) WalkerA Taylor, Chi
cago, HI.; Collins Bros., 8k Louis, Mo.8deamy
Strange but True. '-
Every young lady and gentleman in the
Unitd States can hear something very much
ti tbeir advantage by roturn mail, free of
charge, by addr-sainglhe ondcrtigned. Those
having any fears of being humbug ed will
oblige by not noticing this card. All others
will please address their obedient servant,
TilU r. uiiAfaiAPi,
631 Broadway, N.' T.
- Marriagro and Celibacy.
AN ESSAT by m'akniko and jnstruc
T1ONF0R TOTJNG MES. - Also, Dietues
and Abuses whioh prematurely Prostrate the
Vital Powers, with sure means cf relief. Sent
Free of Charge, in sealed letter envelopes. Ad
dress Dr.. J. SKILLIN UOUOUTON, Bowcrd
Association, Philadelphia, Pa. agltyl
M enn 1'EU YEAR! We want agonts ev
J 1 lUU erywhiire to soil our Improved $2
buwirg Mjcl.iues. Three new kinds. L'udo
and urper iced. Pent cn trial. Wsrrarycd
five years. Abovo ralary or largecomniissious
psid. Tho oNtr machines told in the United
Elates for loss than 40 dollars, which are fully
licenced by Howe, wheale A Wilon, Orover
c uaaor. Dirgcr ec to., and Uacliclder. All
other cheap machines are infringements and
the seller or uier are liable to arrent, fine and
imprisonment: Illustrated circulars sent free.
Call ui on or ad best, Shaw Si Clark, at Bidde-
'ra,aiuino, or Cliioago, ill. jnne7-itly
Errors of You Hi.
A Gentleman ho tuuV red J'or years from
Nervous DuLilitv. T'reniktura bn,v. n,l nil
h effects of yi.ntlilul indiscretion, vill, for
sake of aufl'oriig Immunity, fend free to all who
need it, the rvci.ipt and directions for making
thn simplo remedy by which ho was curod.
tnfforr wiahir g to j rtfit bj the adverticer's
vaciwuco, vuu uoto vy acuiress ng
JOHN B. OGDEN,
jcll-lr. No, 18 Charalers St., N. Y,
'lUIli CUSFf'iS'JIO.XS AND tXl'tUl-
-L Z.NCE Or AN INVALID. -
J'ubliulied as a boncflt and as a caution to
todhb hen and others, who snffov from norvous
dcliili'y, pruinatiue decay of Manhood, Sro.,
aiippljinu'iit tho saino timo Tiik means or ihlf
oikk. By one who litis cured himself alter nn
derjj.;ing coiisi ler.iblo qunckory. lly enclosing
a put paid addro sud cuvelono, single espies
freo of o'i rLH.'niuy lo hid ot the authflt.
;.!AlfAllI tsq., Brooklyn.
The adverlisr. lmviinr been rotoreJ tolienUli
in a few weeks hy a very simplo remedy, a fW
nuvin suuurea lor several ycurs with a sovero
lun r arTeetion, and that dread disease, Con--mption
is anxious to mako known to his
follow-rulTurorH the means cf cure.
To all who desiro itjho will send a copy of
the proscription uiod, froo of cbarpo, with the
uirecuon ii.r procuring and using tho same,
which they will find a sure euro for Consump
tion, Aswiniu, uronvniiia, uougus, (outs, amj
all Throat und l.ung AH'cclions. The only ob
ject of tho udvortisor in send ng I lie Prescrip
tion is to benefit the afflicted and fnread mtor-
mutton which ho conceives to be invaluable,
unu ne nupos every ruuerer win try nisrcmoUy,
as It will cost them nothing and may prove a
Putties wishing the Proscription, fbee, by
return mull , will please address,
l!ov. liDWAKD A. W1L80N,
William .burgh, Kings Co., N.Y.
IN rolls rend) to bo nnilcd down,'odiipted to
I!uuse, Factories, r.nd buildings of all kinds
consult "ml ol inutorliil9 that liuvo stood I lie
tost of flfto.nu yours, nnd manufactured on an
onlirely ililf.'rcnt and nctfir plun tliun any oth
er coiiii oi:ion rooting in uso. Secured by pat
ent, very (luritiiie uiu at low price. Circu
lar w:d HiinpUs ;ent free by mnil Liborul
tonus to agents. Heady 1 ofino Co.,
juno7y . Mo. 7.1 VuiJou LHno, New Y ik.
Know Tliy DcNtiny.
MaJame E. F. 1 li.rnton, tho (treat Enslish Ah
triiogtHt, Clairvoyant and l'syclioinotrioiun.wiio
o:is aslotilslicd toe scientinc cluasra of the Otd
World, iias now loomed herself at Hudson, N Y.
Mai'umo Thornton possesses rnoh wonderful
i.owcr'of iccnnd sig'it.ns to enablo hor to im-
j'urt Itnonioilue of li e greatest importance to
ilu einulo or iiiarriud of either sex. While ina
HlHtooftrnDCC,8liodelineatcatho very features
of tho person jou aro to mnrry, and by the aid
oi an instrument ol intense power, known as
tho 1 sycliomotropo, guarantees to produce a
lifc-liku picture ot the fa'.uru husband or wile
of the applicant, together will date of marriage
position in life, leading traits of character, elo.
This is no humbug, as thousands of tcst.mo
niils can art. Hlio will send, when dosiredt
a ccrtrlcd cerliheuto, or written gunrauteef tha
tho nic'.uro U wli it it purports to be. By en
closing a sin all loo1: of hair, and tutting, place of
eirtn, ago, disposition ana complexion, and
enclosing 50 cents ai d stamped onolope ad-dCB-cd
to jourscif, you wiil receive the picture
and desirod iiifor.aii'.ioii by return mai,. All
com niiioa'lons sacredly confidential, address
In co tldence, .Mailume L. c . inorntoa, r. U.
Box 2i lluilon, N. Y. t'ovSmg
A San inducement lo Manufacture, Me
chanics ai.d Slore-kocpors to settle In Za
lis.J, nnd to supply tho duily increasing do
mni (1 fur ar'iclcH of donicslie manufacture and
consumption, 'ho und rsigncd i ffjrs tethoio
rureliiising 1 As of tin Compuny (tor the pur-po.-o
of erecting initiness houses) tile following
nnituriuis ut grcn'.ly reduced j ikes, and upon
time to suit purchasers:
Ooku"d Foplvr Lumber 12 00 per M.
Soii glcs 6 00 per M.
Lath 3 outer M.
Uriek I" qtiuntit.es cf 85,000.. 7 50 per M.
L"ts (if5 xl50 fi,sold at 100 nnd upwards.
Also, a iiuniliO' of nieely fini-Lcd. comforta
ble cottages, wiih every convenience attached,
with oiuicted lots '0x160, nt i1l0 and upwards.
KAIVL'IS J. UAShlil'lNK.
r.otSniS Munuging Director Zaleskf Co.
MSto ycung men.
Just I'uhlishnd, ina Scaled Envelope.
PRICE SIX CENTS.
ALECTURK on iho Nature, Trcutmont, ard
Uadical Curo of 3permatoriliow, or Semi
nal Weakness, Iuvoluntary Emissions, Sexual
Debility, and Impediments to Marriage gener
ally. Nervou-ii'ss. Consumption, Epilep-y,
and Fit; M-.niul and Physical Incapacity, ro
sultin 'mm Silf-Abiise, &o By ROBERT J.
ITLVERWELL.M. I)., Authorof the "Orccn
Tlia worM-rcnowned author, in this admira
ble Leotnre, clearly proves from his own expe
rience that the awful conscqnonces of Self
Abuse may be fIToctunlly removod without
medicine, and without dnngoYous surgical oi
crations, bougies, instruments, rings, or cordi
als, pointing out a mode of cure at onco cor
tuin and cfl'jclual, by which every sufferer, no
matter what' hi condition may ho, may cute
himself cheaply, privately and ndicelly. This
Lecture will prove a boon to thousands and
Sent under real, to any address, in a plain
scaled envelopn, on receipt of' six cents, or
two post stamps. ' Address the publishers,
CIIAS. J. C. KLINE CO., 127 Bowory, N.
Y., Post Offlcob 'x 4,566.
An Invention of Rare Merit!
THAT WILL NOT BREAK
Burns up eii pas end araoko.
nevor broaks by puttingono!
nau6j snort, nnd not top-
jiBavy i is easily oleanBd by
rompvlnpr topi in tact, the
-and la fast aupersodinnr all
others where it has beea in
troduoed. No dealer can' afford to bo
without them. .
NEW LAMP CHIMNEY CO.,
3 Warren St., N. Y, '
NOTICE TO TEACHERS.
THE regular meeting of the Board of
.School Examiners Mr Vinton county
will be held nt the Union School House, in
McArthur. Ohio, on the 1st and 3d Satur
days in the months of March, April, May,
September, October, and November; and
the 1st Saturday In the mOtfths of Januarj',
February, June, July; Aiimist, and Decem
ber, Iq each year. , Anppllcants are requir
ed, by law', to pay 60 cts. each, as a con
dition of pvnminntlnn ; ,
J. M. MCtill.LlVKAY,
dec20'6C-tf' VI. J. MCDOWELL, Cl'k.' -
GROCERIES and LIQUORS
J. C. SWETLMD,
COR. OF MAIN & LOCUST 6T3.
Has now on hand a very large and well te
Iccted stcck of oil kinds of (Iroccries and
Liquors, (ocsistirg in part of tcs, coU'ce, su
gar, Tobacco, cigars, white rish, Mackerel, cod
ish, rkklcs cannedl reaches, oove oysters, rep.
por sauce, catsup, N. o. Hollaeses, cider vinegar,
icdcoids,rowlur, Lcad,fhot, caps,
All Kinds of Dye-Stuff,
a general assor. tent of pcrfumcrios, onstodo
ro's liairdyo v.rranM to color the huir a jot
black wither' injury to ihe hair or sculp, nos
tetterV and aoba.k's stomach Bitters, concen
trated Lye, soup, a.gcncrnl assortment of gen
tlemen's winter gloves from the finest bud to
the oornmon woolen, all kinds of Liquors from
the finest rroncli Brandy and old Bourbon wlis
ky to common corn whisky tj be sold from one
pint to one hundred gallons, or any other quan
tity dosirod. all of which he proposes to sell ns
low, if not lower than othor house in the coun
ty, til kinds of country produce taken ia ex
change for (irtcorioa.
Children cen got goods as cheap w their pa
COME OE! t1)JIE ALL!
beptST-tfm J. (J. 8WETLANI.
(Ilulbcrt's cor. opposite Court-house,)
Mc ARTHUR, C,
DRUGS, HEDIGNES & CIIEiflCALS
AND VARIETY ARTICLKS.
. F. J. VOLTZ,
' DEALER III AND BPAIBIR Off
kfe S J E W EL RY,
M sial Instruments,
McA KTIIUK, - - - Ohio.
HEAL E8TA TE.
By Order of Vintm Probate Court.
IN pursunnco of an ordor of the TrobaJe
Court of Vinton oounty, Ohio, I will iffer
lor sale, at public auction on
Monday, ihe 2Sth of January,1867,
between the hours of ten o'clock a . m. and four
o'clock i. tt., upon the premises, tho following
desciibed real cstute, situate in tho county of
Vinton and State of Ohio, to-wit: The west
half of the southwest quarter of section num
ber fivo,(5) township number tight, (8) tango
number tixtee, (16 j iu said souuty und State,
containing saventv-lour (71) acres.
Also, thirty-fonr (34) acres off tho north end
of the east hall of tho southeast quarter of sec
tion number six, (6) township number eight,
(8) range nrmber sixteen, (16) in said
county and 8tate. Appraised ai tl,i83
1 IBM or sale : uno-tnird cash In hand,
on third in six months, and the remaining ono
third in welvo months from tho day of sale,
with intorest ; the payments to be secured oy
mortgage on the praises.
dec27'66-5w PATKK'K HENRY QTJINN,
Adnvr oi l no estate ot Michael UaugherL?, deo'd.
OB; J. S. : MOM,
'74 i 2 o
Amzi G. faileisou and Fiar.cis A. MtVay,
a firm dqirtg business under the name of
l'at'erson & McVav, plaintiffs,
v,;' ' ' vs. ( .
The Vintoo County Coal Oil and Lumber
Before N. Simohtorr, J. P; of Brown Tp.,
C Vinton County; Ohio. : -
ON the 26th day of December,- A. D.
1866, said Justice issued an .order of
attachment jn Ihe-above action for the sum
tf 86.9l. , ' TATTERSON & McVAY.
December 26; 1666. nlw3
THE VINTON RECORD
OFF I C E ,
JOB PRINTIXO OP EVERY
Illanjis or Every Dcscrip-
tion, &c, &c,
Executed with , neatness and
I . despatch. ;'
RUTH C. PHATTON.
ITS EFFECT IS
win ac uloijs.'.
The old, the young, the middle aged unite to praise
It is fin entirely new scientific discovery, combining
many of the roost powerful and restorative sjsbi
iu tlie terctalle kinyhm.
We have such confidence In its merits, aad are
so sure it will do all we claim for it, that we offer
$1,000 Howawl ,
If the Sicilian ITaiu Rikiwkr does not give sat
isfaction iu all coses when used la strict accord
once with our instructions.
II AJLIV.S ,
Vegetable Sicilian Httir Kcnetcer
has proved itself to be the most perfect preparation,
for the Hair ever offered to the public.
It Is a vegetable compound, nnd eontatut bo
Injurious properties whatever. .
It is not a Dye, It strikes at the Roots and fills
tha glands with new life and coloring matter.
IX WILL RESTORE OUAY TTJJil 20
ITS OltlQiyJZ COI.OU.
It will Iceep tht Ilalr from falling out.
It cleanses tho Scalp, ami tiiaArs tho Kalr
SOFT, ZVSTMVVS, jlX1 8 ILK EH
IT IS A SPLENDID HAIR-DRESSING I
No person, old or young should fnil to ne It,
It it rtcommtndtil and uud in tht i'JJlSr ,li-7-JCAL
ty Ask for Uall's Yigetabi.e Eiciuam
Ham ItEKEWEit, and take no other. -
The Proprietors offer the Sicimak 1Tai Hb
kewer to the public, entirely confident that it will
bring back the hair to its original color, promote its
growth, and in nearly all cases where it has fallen
off will restore it unless the person is very aged.
It. P. HALL & CO. Proprietors,
Ifaihua, N. U
KP Sold' by all Druggists.
rca cuaiso m
Scrofula, Syphilis, Shin Din
case, Old Sore, Salt 11 Ileum, '
Dyspeimia or Indigestion,
Liver Complaints, llheumatistn,
Fever and Afne. St.An
tiomj'n Fire, ' ,
Erysipelas, Tumors, Eruptions, '
Fits, Scrofulous Con
sumption, etc. V
M M 1
OSK person wriliis, tier ilmiKlilcr uiis rinnll
of Kits of nine reins' nuidinjj, mid bt. Vims'
danee of lit o ywtrs.
ANO'l'lllill ritm, his sn'ii was cured alter
his flcb luul iilmosl ansteil auny.
The iloi'iors pronoiiiired Hie case'lncnmble, ;
ANOTKKIt was cured of Kever ninl Ague af
ter trying every medicine injiis nwli.
AXUTUKK mis cured of J'eviT Boroivliicli
had existed fourteen venrs.
A No I II tit of Ulii'imiiilnni of pistil venrv
- Cases iniiiiiiiprHlile of DyMPepsm nn'il l.ivor
Coinnliiiiil eoiil'l l mciiiinnr,!, Ihe
Piintifr nd Tills worlc lilte a ctiiiriii. ,
THE BLOOD PILLS
Are Die most sciive ami thorough pills tlt.il
linve ever Is en intrmliiceil. I lii'V s.-t no ill ; '
rectly upon the l.iver, exeilin Unit or-ui la
such an extenPas tlint lh system tl es avv m-.,-laps
into its former comliliun, mliivh is too s4
to l tho ease with simply a purgative pill. .
lliey are really a, ! "
BLOOD AND LIVER PILL, .
and, in conjunction with Ihe
Will cure all Ihe sforenientiosed lisex.t, and, i
of themselves, will relieve and cine -
Headache, Costiveness, Oollo A
Pains, Cholera Morbus, r
Indigestion,Tain in the "Bowels',
Dizziness, &c.,' &c; 1 7
ML llOltA CK'S
Stomach Bitters I
Should be used by eanvsleseent to str-nglhen J
the prostration which always follows acute
Try Uiesa medicines, and' yoit 'will nsvet re
gret it. Ask your neighbors who have used i
fliem, and they will sav they "are GOOD i
MEDICINES, and yon .nould try them be
ore going lor a physioiaa. '
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