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SPECIAL NOTICES.
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NORBIS.
TO THR lAtIF.I 6r HAMBEX
abu viarua cucstt, vuioi
I woold retpec(fvlly announce that I
hava opened a Neto Millinery Slor4, in
tna room lately oocopied bv Jfr. Bur.
tonka in Uamden, Ohio.
' BUaching, Pruning and Coloring
dona to order. TWrnnwd Good kept
in atock, eomoOtn tha Tory Latett
and Stoka.
I am prepared from experience to
give entire taUtfactton in tha Butinett
of Jfantua Making.
All cutting done to order and a fit
trorrankci in all tvufariee', or the yood
will be paid for.
By impartiality and ttrict ttention
in Butinett I eball endeavor to please
all customers, and will be very thank
ful for all (h patronage extended me.
Respectfully, &o.
. M1U3. LIZZIE NORRI3.
TUAT WiJlCll IS
WORTH DOING
WORTH ADVERTISING,
PRINT AND PROSPER
J. F.TOWELL, Portsmouth, Ohio,
offers to the Merchant and Furnace-,
men of Vinton county, a superior stock
of Dry Goods and Notions, on terms
the most favorable. Iveptiy
n. J. BOWERS,
RESIDENT DENTIST,
Itlc Arthur, Ohio.
Particular atteutlon given to tha treatment
of tha natural teeth.
QUEEN H WARE
NYE & MAC KEY.
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE,
67 FAINT H1BET.
CniLLICO THE, OHIO,
INVITE the attention of merchants and tar
naoeineo to the large atock of the abort nr
t.olenJUHt received. We will Mill al t i very
lowet flgures to the trade. Orders solicited
and promptly attended . flUl
Notice to Teacher.
" THE BOARD of School Examiners
for Vinton County will meet tit the
Union School House, in MoArthur, on
the 1st and 3rd tSaturdaya of March,
April, May, September, October and
November, and the 1st Saturday in
January, February, June, July, Ati.
gust and December, in each year. Ex
aminations to commence at ten o'clock,
A. M. Satisfactory evidence of good
moral character will be required in all
cases. A fee of 50 cents is required
by law from each applicant.
M. H. BAlLEtS Ch'n ) Hoard of
ion aaxsiaa vva
M. H. BAlLEtS Ch'n ) Hoard of
). S. HUUN, School Ex-
L. 0. FERL'UE, Cl'k, aminers.
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Howard Sanitary Aid Associa
tion. For the Relief and Cureol the Erring and Un
fortunate on Principles of Christian
Philanthropy.
Essays on the Errors of Vouth. and the fol
lies of Age, In relation to Marriage and Social
Evils, with aanitniy aid for the afflicted
Jent free, la sealed envelope. A'ldres,
HOWARD ASSOCIATION, Box P, PWwl
phia, Pa.
M'ARTHUR ENCAMPMENT
NO. ."5, 1. 0. 0, F.
UjfelVcampment will hereafter be
to EGITLAR Meeting ofthia ten
kv2f b'd on the aecond and Inst
wV Monday . eveniuae ot eacu
month. Patriarchs ol other encampment'
who may be visitiDg out .own are inviiett to
attend. PAKISHOKTON.C.P.
Joh T. RAPa, 8.
McArthur. Keu'y 17, 1870. .
The Favorite Fine-Cut
fl'HE-'Chfwera' Choice, la now taking the
X lead ol all other Brands, bright in color,
?lensant in taste, tough and Inxlinir in chew,
his tobacco poasP8e every quality to anil
chewrrs, and sella hy the It) pound burke,
fuJIy 10c cheaper per pound, than any other
brand of the same grade and (.erlnim lew
quality. 100 hucketH of (his relehinied bran"
have (teen sold in t'hillicolhe alone within
the last two month, and trnri atill mcrea
Ing. "Try It" bCHjKKhtK A KKAMKK
Chillicothe, Ohio, are the MHnufai'turera
agents and sellatlovreM Factor J Prices
2Umav 1H7:I
ALLENSVILLE
WOOLEN MILL.
DILLON, HOUSTON &C0.
r,noi5rtiB obs.
HAVING fitted op our machinery in Bret
clans style, we are prep.red to do
GABBING, SPINNING & WEAVING
on short notice and in the most womroan
like manner. We have oa nan I and for sal
at onr factory, a good supply of
WOOLEN GOODS,
Such as
Jeans, Flannels, Blankets, &o,
which we wlil aell cheap .
' The Highest Market Price in Cash,
Pali f' Wool.
H0U8T0N.IHLI.0N4 0, .
(ina Allenaville, Yiatnu 0 . O.
HAMDEN MILLS.
COZZENS & JOHNSON.
PROPRIETORS
IIAiTIbEIY, O.
WE have pnrohaaed and fitted up the
above mills and solicit the trade ol the
farmers of this remit.
y; v
j ., I Special attention given to : . '
CUSTOM WORK,
And care given to please sll customers. Mr.
A. A. UUZZEM, an eipehenced miller, ha
charge of the mill, and will not tail to deal
fairly and give general ealitfaction.
Flour. Meal and Feed
' . On hand' an! for aaieat - - -
IvOWEST MAftHET PRICES
THE VINTON RECORD.
Official Organ of Vinton County.
LOCAL MATTERS.
GRAND COUNTY
Temperance Mass Meeting
—AND—
JUBILEE!
The ladies of MoArthur Invite the
friends of temperanoe In Vinton coun
ty to meet with them in Mass Conven
tion at
M'ARTHUR
ON
FRIDAY, MARCH 20,
At II O'clock, A. M.,
to rejoioe with them upon the success
of the cause here and elsewhere in our
eounty and strengthen eaoh other for
toe work yet to be done. Come in del
egations, with mottoes and banners,
with musio and song, praise and g!ad
neas, prayer and thanksgiving men
women and children and let this be
the greatest outpouring ot the people
ever assembled in Vinton county, as
this is the greatest cause we have ever
been oalled on to consider tn matte
Let no charoh, Sunday school or tern
perate neighborhood or laniily be with
out a representative. Let us show
King Aloohol we are determined to
oast off his fetters. The MoArthur
Brass Band will furnish musio, and dis
tinguished speakers from abroad will
be present.
Citisens of MoArthur are requested
to decorate (heir homes, business
houses and workshops and turn out in
honor of the day.
By order of the Executive Committee.
Temperance News at Home.
The ladies ol MoArthur still
continue their prayer meeting
in Iront of O'Keele's saloon, the
only perct-p ible effect of last
week's labor being that on
Sa' urday evening. Mr. O'Keefle
to d them they shouldn't pray
fur him any more inside of the
corporation. They have paid
no attention to his orders, but
continued holding meetings as
tibial.
On Monday evening a very
large meeting assembled at the
Court House, and whs address
ed by Mother Stewart, ol
Springfield, iormerly of oni
town. She made a good moth
erly talk to her audience,
whirh had a good effect. She
was followed by Mr. Beadle, a
correspondent ot iheConm r
cial, who gave a review ol his
impressions in reporting the
temperance movement at va
nous places, his remarks beini;
warmly received.
On Tuesday morning Mother
S ewart visited and ad'lresned
he public hchotiis her remarks
touching many of the pupils, as
well as the ladies who accom
panied her, to rears, and re
ceived many pledges trm the
loy lliat lhey woull never
Irink ihtoiicaiiftg liquors; as
lawyers, when they grew up,
ihey would never defend the
-ale ol liquors in the courts; as
physicians they would ' nevi r
prescribe them. Told them
wherpver. or wherever they
were called upon or tempted
to do any ol these things to tv
member their mothers praying
on the aidewalku in McArtbtir.
Mother S e warts visit was
m ich enjoyed by the friends
ot leperallce in our town,
and, we; trust will leave last
ing good'fffects. She promised
to return add address tbe mass
meeting to-morrow, it possible
Social Ball.
A social ball will be given
at the Bowen House, Zileski,
Ohio, ou Monday night, April
6, 1874. Tickets, including an
excellent supper, 41.75 Music
I y G. M. Wilson aud Mist Al
sina Swepston.' All are invited
to attend. ' J. li. Smith and J
A. Hall, floor managers.
' And still: there has been no
special prayer meeting lor tbe
Christian Witness andEaquir
ev gin mill.
, Sevebal commonlcationa ar
lived too late lor this week's
paper. :.
The Goose Question Settled
Diplomatically.
Mr. John Seal gives a very
interesting account of how
"the goose question' was set
tled in a little controversy at
Vinton Station. It appears
that Mr. Seal owns a dog, pre
sented to him by oilr Auditor,
tnd named Billy." in honor ot
that official. Lately Billy,'
Mr. Seal and Mr. Andrew Ross
rambled off towards Vinton
Station, and in the meantime
Billy wandered from his com
pinions, bent on mischief, aud
killed a widow woman's goose.
Soon Mr. Seal was waited up
on by a half a dozen determin
ed looking lellows who de
manded blood lor blood; Billy
should answer with bis life an
less Mr. Seal then and there
saiii-fitfd the widow 'or the loss
ot the goose, with filthy lucre.
They were very demonstrative
and pocithe in their deraandb
and Mr. S was about to yield,
when Mr. Ross struck a tragic
attitude, and his deepest and
eavageat toues commanded S.
to "go fur theml" Mr. S. says
he lelt nerved up and strength
ened by Andrew's determined
manner, and raised hi cane to
strike the foremost of his as
sailants. Befoie commencing
active hostilities, however, like
a wise general, he turned to
look al the condition of his re
serve. Andrew had fled to the
bills with the speed ot an ante
lope, aud a column of the en
emy with clubs and pistols
had forced a breach between
Billy aud his master, and he
Billy vvas making as hasty a
retreat to the east as the man
ol the tragic attitude was to
the west. Deserted by his re
serves Mr. S. suddenly remem
bered that this was the age ol
arbitration rather than war,
and the matter was dip omaiic
ly settled, by a J tint Uigb
Uommission, Mr. S. p tying ac
tual damages, the opposite
party generously waiving ail
claim for constructive dam
ages, such as danger incurred,
damage to crops by los& ol
time, etc., all p r lies bring d
lighted with the beauties of
diphmtcy. Mr. Seal got home
in time to enjoy a good night's
sleep. Billy appeared about
ten o'clock, while Andrew
came in just before ennrine the
next morning oovered all over
with glory and cues le burs and
his clothes much torn by the
part lie nad taken in the con
flict. Sucn Is war; and such I-diplomacv.
At the last examination 01
teachers the following named
person received certificate:
For twenty four month
S. Wiiherspoon.
tor eighteen monlhi B A
Honk, C. W. Hudson, and Jen
n ie E. Tucker.
iortiOelve month U 0. Al
lan, Alice Wilcox, Ella Wm
kins, L zzie M (Jlanahan, Re
beccn Payne, Dora 11 ffiiines.
J. r. Forerrinti, Clara Bradley
and Jolin Il fltii'nea.
For tix months Emma Ilea-
keit, Nellie CozBn8t A mi it
J hnson, Htildie Oarr Hatiu
Oarr, &adie Filcuer, Alice Vow
ell, Rebecca Trimmer, Maggie
Bratton, Lottie Murray, an'
Dora Swaim.
L. O. PERDUE, Clerk.
Bkk.. C. Gibbons was among
uS last week. Ben, in Conner
lion with Mr. F. A. Quston,haTe
lormed a partnership, and are
carrying oh the wholesale hat
and cap business, at Porta-
mouth; He made a number ol
sales here and reported a pros
perous trip. Both gentlemen
have been traveling for other
houses through this section of
country tor sevaral years.oughi
to aud doubtless do know just
what the macket requires, and
will be successful caterers to
the trade.
The ladies ot the Episcopal
Church will give a Lenten en
tertainment for the benefit of
the Church, at Episcopal Hall,'
on Wednesday evening,' March
25'h. Sacred musio and tab
leaux appropriate for tbe oo
casion. All are respectfully
invited to attend.
Fox Hunt.
a meeting ot at
Prattsville, Vinton county,
Oh d, held, on the 14th day bi
March, 1874, pursuant to pre
vious botice given, for the fur
pose of making arrangements
fr a foxhunt, Thomas Sharp
was called to the Chair, and J;
J. Allison appointed Secreta-
The following arrangements
were made by the meeting for
the hunt.
BOUNDARY.
Commencing at Prattsville,
thence along the road toward
Zaleskl,'to the mouth of Wheel-
about creek; thence dp Rac
coon creek,,to tbe iron railroad
bridge and to the place where
a county road crosses the rail
road; thence along said county
rod toward Vinton Station, to
the line between Dan. Will's
and Is iac bhry's lands; thence
boulhward to the road near a
house occupied Ly Delight
Bowen; thence southward to
the State road leading from
MoArthur to . Albany, between
John Dowd's and U. R Dem
ing's lands; thence east, along
said road to the place ot be
ginning; closing in place to be
at a high point of land near
the centre ot the atorec aid
boundary, known as the Pin
nacle" the same being capped
by a high rock, the rock will
be capped by a man (Uenrv
Morrison) blowing a horn to
give notice of the locality ol
the place. Saturday March
23 h. 1874, is the day appoint
ed for the hunt. All persons
are requested to be on the
lines at an early hour, so that
the lines can be formed com
pletely by 10 o'clock, A. M.
by the Marshals and Captains,
in marching order. Signal to
be given for marching by the
Mahal stationed at the com
mencement of (he lines, by the
blowing of a bom, and to be
repeated by the Marshals and
Captains along the lines, signal
to be given at precisely 10
o'clock A. M. Then the march
ing to commence at a regular
walking pace, for the centre
until the arrive at tbe first
straw line, designated by blazes,
straw, et, there to be formod
in good order by the Marshals
and Captains, then to move at
a signal given in the same man
ner and by the sa.ne Marsha
who gave the first signal to the
second straw line, there to be
lormed in good order,and every
mm stand firm to his post. No
logs to be.let loose until a sig
nal is given by the same Mar
shal and in the same manner.
is the two former signals were
given.
MARSHALS AND CAPTAINS.
G. M. Wilson, Marshal on
east line. Captains Thomas
Sharp, John Blackaton, Uriah
Grounds, A. Bryson, Jr.
Frank Mttthewn, Marshal on
north line. Captains M. Rand.
I.T. Black, Harvey Farrell.S.
Shipley.
Holden Tripp, Marshal on
west line." Oaptalna Sant
Brown, Ixaac Srv, Llenry John
son Edward Elliott.
Wm. Wevy, 'Marshal on
"outrj 3 line Captains John
Oowd H. R Deming, Patrick
Keliy Andrew Cline.' j
Any person chosen as Mar
shtl, not wishing to serve may
send a substitue Marshals are.
id fill vacancys ol Captains on
their respective lines, if any
occur.
Thomas Sharp oh the east
line, M. Rand on the north
line, ' Henry Johnson on the
west line, and Andrew Cline
on the south linfi, are author
ized; to carry each a gun, or
have one carried bv their 'di
rection.. No other fire arms
allowed on the grounds'.
The, Marshals shall have full
right and airhurity, to decide
all matters that may come up
in controversy, not specified
in the Ion-going.
Distance around said bound
ary about 12 milesi
Remember tbe Dramatic En
tertainment this evening. So
balf tickets will be sold, bat
children onder twelve years of
age will be admitted for fifteen
cents, payable at the door;
Thb Lima guarantee fund has
reached $63,000.
MARRIED.
IIdlicc L'portt. At the reaidenoa
of T. Liett, Esq., at Maryaville,
Union Co., O., on Sundav, Marob 8th,
1874, by Rev. Dr. Lincoln, of tha Con
gregational church, J. 3. Uulick, Esq.,
of Uwenaville, 0., and Miss KULa Liggett
BIRTHS.
At Vinton (nrnacs, March 16tb, to
Mr. and Mrs. John Householder, a son.
In Elk tp., March 16th, to MK and
Mrs. -'ohu Gold, Jr , A daughter.
In Elk tp., March 16th, to Mr. and
Mrs. John Hurt, a datijtWr.
MARRIAGE LICENSES
George Dash lie and Louisa A. Mur
phey.
Quinn GatTney and Martha C. Vest.
McArthur Market.
Flour, per saox :.
...... .$100
60
tni Meal per bush
Com SO
Oats 40
Wheat ; 1.3Qal.40
Beans..., 2.0oifl0
Potatoes..., T5100
Dried Apples 1.60
Dried Peaches 8.00
Timothy Seed per bush.... t.OQ
Clover " .... 6.75
Onions " " .... .75
Hay Wton 12.00al5.OO
llaius. country... . j 12
" siitfar cured .15
Smoked sides t .10
Shoulders 7.8
Pickled Pork 8.10
Kgga
Butter ; , 25
Ctefse 20
Lard 38
Tallow i .08
Chickens, live 15a. 25
Hocking Salt per bbl 2.40
Sacks ..." I5n25
Vinegar, cider .; 40
White Flab 9.00
Mackerel 10
Hlo Cofl'ee. 3335
Tea ( l,00al.25
Coffee Sugar 12
Yellow C ... 11
New Orleans Molasses 80a 1.00
Sorghum 4050
Syrup 75a.l.OO
Star Candles, per lb 25
Tallow '. 15a20
Soap, country per lb 6h6
Feathers 65a75
Kajta 2)4 3
Coal, per bus .a8
Hop, dressed 4.B0 a 5 01
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C. JONJ3S,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
REL ESTATE AGENT
McArtbtir, Vinton Co, O.
REAL EST ITE
Bought, Sold and Exchanged
GREAT BARGAINS IN IM'DS.
A BARE CHAHOETO BUT A HOME
'I'HR following Ihnds will be sold low oa
J. r asooable terms as to pa meats i
inAACREi nt flae timber land, near the
1ZUMC. R. R. The limtr xlll more
than pay for the land II put up in lh market,
I ille perfect . For fall description 0 all upon
or write to H. C, JUNES.
TT1T0IN Kmileof the M.AC. B.
VTR The larm containa 0 acres
loriy acres cleared. Fair Improve
ment", a uood coal hank open and
working. iyt feet best coal. Fur sale cheap.
120 Acres in Harrisfln Township
100D timber land, well watered and near
VJII
'the railroad.
Title perfect.
Willbt sold low.
lBHee
H.C JOMCS.
BuCkYlOlJAm SILVER SPBCGE
The most beautiful tree in America,
Round Caotis,
Mountain Sunflower,
Painter's Brush,
Pike's Peak Columbine,
aap othii
Rocky Mountain Specialties,
For descriptive catalogue and price list ol
seed, address,
LANDIS & FOGAN,
Daavsa. Coloiabo.
Fpwial Raim to A'rTrmf and DtaUn,
Daily Meat Market
I HAVE open
ed a daily
menl market in
hocltey's Bull
'in, opposite
e Vinlonroun
in I, and will
ep eoniantl)
n h.nd all the
varieties and the
ri-i inat to be
onnd in the
markl
I will sell at
Mr price, and
bv fair dealing
hope to mem
he puuK pat'
A. Ij. BROWJI
male.
Hue Br, a.
I 0M t,
1 Mao
1m
400 BAURELS
Choice Winter Apples.
Assented Va re 63,
AT
IIEM1Y J. BAILEY'S
FRUIT STORE;
Ho. II Main Street. Hear Paint,
CHILLICOTHE, 0.
VOrdara promptly Slled.
HdecWS ' !
Italmace, I
SPUF CEON,
T. T)e Wi't Talmag is editor of the TV
CtraOmat Work: O. H. Rbnrgeon. special
contributor. They write for no other paperl
m Amenea. i nree magnincens enromoe
Pay larger eomniissioo than any other pa
oer. Ill BOM OS ALL READY. c
sectarianism. Mo secnooalim. U e agent
recently obtained 80 subscriptions in
eighty noar soaoiute wora. Bampie cop
les ana eiroware aeni irm.
AGENTS Wanted.
3. W. AbAM-t. publisher. IPS Chambers
street, new iora
1874 PROGL AM ATlOiN ; 1874
THOMAS A. MELLOB
THE BRICK S2 ORE;
Wjll keep oil band tUronghoai tha present year a large and well i'aiiirUi
stock of
JEWELEYi
NOTIONS;
DRESS GOODS,
HILIINERTt
QtJEENSWARE, ,
FINE GROCERIES,
CLOTHING,
And a thousand other
Articles of Comfort Utility and Ornament,
which I will sell lower than can be obtained
elsewhere in Vinton County.
' Examine my stock and prices before buying.
THOS. 1; iiELLOi
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25 PER CENT DISCOUNT
bli all Style for Cailit
WE OFFER NONE BUT THS
best Instruments mace.
A 1 190 organ i"or .$140
.' 209 150
220 170
M 2o0 ' 183
400 piano 300
" 6i0 375
" 600 450
aiinlatersi Churches and Sabbath
Schools furnished at wholesale ratee.
JTI. It. IIAUiAES,
fl(h St., two doors
HdectS ;
west of Market,
McARTHl'B, O.
BEST STOVE
IN TtlK
W0B5 h B
FOR -
He at Ids; School; Uouxei,
Churcbea( Lodge uootut,
Court Uouses and
Public llalls,'
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JOHNGROSSIUS'PATENT
His cleanly, it is economical; it is health
till. It keepa up a perfect cireulatioo of air.
warming all pans ot the room alike, ll took
tne nri-i premium over ail competitors aiine
Vienna hiooaitiiin. Circulasand pamuhlets
containing engravings and full particulars fur
ninnea on appiiction, or one 01 me awTea
may be seen is operation at my .store. You
are invited to call, and see for yorraelves.
JOHN KELLH0FER,
No. 9, Main St.,
Chillicothe, Ohio,
Sole agent for Vinton and Ron. counties, and
Dealer in all the mom approve., conking ana
denting Stoves. House Furnishing Uoo-le.
and manuraeturer of all kirn of Tin, Sheet
Iron and Copper Ware. Ordtra Irom the
country lor Hpoutiog, Pooling, eto., will al.
waya rw-eive immediate attention. , i
UdeulS7S . :'
J. 9. McCOMMON,
JEWELER AI,D SILVERSMITH
i
Opposite thi Emmitt House.
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Shreckengauat'i Old Stand,
y , (
CHILLICOTHE, OHIO,
llANDl'AdtOBKa AltO DIAtEK II
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Fine Gold JeWolry.
AgenUfor - .
American and Forelsfft Watches.
Klgtn Wttchss
u.a. w. "
Buward "
W.ltham "
Buritigtleld " '
K .Y. "
BlM . "
Kngli.h
Gents' Chains
' Killsoa "
Opta '
Cb.lt ft
Beth Tbomu.Clooks,
Wilenber
Terry
Sold Setts
DUtMnd
Pearl '
Jet
Oarnet 1
Krcklaoe
Bficeld s '
Fins and Studs
Cuff Ballon '
Thimbles
Bslr Jewelry
Speetaclev
Silver Ware '
P'.ted Ware
llnsCoUsry
A cats for
MB1E& TODD'S GOLD PEXS.
A FULL LlNB OF 600D8 80ITABLK FOR
B0LIDAT.
BRltAL k BIRTHDAY PRESEST3
Koods made to orderand repairing done
en refill workmen, no eaira charge. nren
fravirg goods bought at this establishateoi.
tjaari
HERE NOW!
I have just manu
factured and am now
i
offering at lowest pri;,
ces a full stock of all'
kinds of
FURNITURE,
suited to this market
I will manufacture
to order anvthincr de
sired in my line. -.ji
A full stock of Cofc'
fins and Burial Cases
always, on hand. Wi V
attend funerals w;4"!
hearse when desired
Corner of High and Locust Streak
McAftTHUR, O. I '
m
Notice to Hunters.
I- ; .
NOT1CR -s hereby give that al) .hereon
r forbidden to hint or shoot o ,thv
uremi.es of the iiodereuoed. All aot heed.
mg lrs notice will be prosecuted. --
'" EO. HOFFHfNBS,
A. H.T0BVY
M.J. SALTS, i
B. BA1.TS,
5. HALTS. ...
V. MOFFHIND", I
ISnovSm A. i. WORTMAN,
by
Manhoooi HrJ w Lost, How Restored I
jbm powi.aed, a awdi
on v.i Mfv. vwiTerweii'sj
Celebrated leayes the;
aedteal oars (Without tuedi
sine) of MBifToannsa, or beminal Weak,
nee., Involuntary Beminal Loases. iMfomorf ' '
Mental and Physical Incapacity, impediment)
to Marriage, em also, Of raoamovKfri
st, and Hta. tndnced Dy l(luauigeoce or sex
aal eitravaganr. . r,
aVeri'rice in a sealed eavelone, only eeot.
The celebrated aotnor in thi admirable e.-.
say clearly detnenetrvteefrom a thirty yeaoi'
iiveewnil practa-e, that the alarming ooes
q;iienoe olselt-abune may be radical y oitnM
without the daogeminnae of internal tadi
cine nr the application of the knifet poinWne
out rnede ocure at oneeeimple, eertanMnct
eSertnal, by meana of whieh every aodorer
no matter what his eoadiUon may be.Mmay
onre himself cheaply, privately, ao4 eeafteeQy.
hi Le tare Mould te in in aaraa or
every yoein ana everj man id kw unj
Sent, onder seal, in vlain envelope aef
add.-esa, parlpetd on receipt ot aisoefle or
two post stamp. "'fl a,-
. Aleo Dr. .nulverwell's "Marriage Gmde,
prio 80 oenta, . . ' : '
addrosaih paMishsrS, ; ; ' ' i '.
. . CHA8. J. O KLTNf CO t
Bowery, New York, feet Olte Bei, 49t

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