l)t .(Enquirer. i
J. W. BOWIM. ZtllteB.
OFFlCE-ln Beeond Wory of Bow-ens
lli.Hdlaa-. North Skit of Main Street, llaat of
McArttnr,. Hoftabar 32, '71.
The Future of this Country.
We woult not prophesy evil
of our country; we never liatl
much sympathy with that class
i)f "croak era" who are alwnyx
predicting the downfall of the
KepuMie; we have tried to
Took tipoM tlie brighter side of
the picture aiul even feel hope
fn amid the darkness and
glgora that at times neem to
enshroud our destiny as a peo
ple; but we are free to confes
that things look exceedingly
uninviting at the present time,
and we almost diopair of the
Republic. Civil liberty ennnot
live under a bayonet autocracy;
martial law is rota fundament
al principal of Republican
government, but the oflahoot of
usurped power. Constitutional
liberty can-not prosper under
the fosterings of military sway.
We must be gorerened by
civil or military power, not by
both, for they are as incom
patible as oil and water. "We
t-bould feel greatly obliged to
any one who would tell us how
long our Republic can exist,
with the present supremacy of
the Galling guns,
We must be n Republic,
with the will of the people as
the law of the laud; with the
courts open to the meanest
erimuala in the land, or we
must be a despotism with the
cannon as the enforcer of the
The suspension of the great
"Writ fo Liberty iu South
Carolina, h but the beginning
of the end: the drops of rain
before the copious showeri the
gentle wind winch is the
precursor of the terrible storm;
ihe tremblings of the earth
ouake and as the lurid flame
which presages the eruption of
4Iia lininrv lof PFKlO Will.
I KS-UI infill uvvi
litarv despotism of Grant is as
the dread pestilence that
wafketh in darkness and
wasteth- the people's substance
nt noon dav. Would to
lleaveu (and we say it sin
cerely and reverently) that the
American- people could' be
brought to see over , what a
yawning abyss their liberties
are trembling irs1 hj what
slender tenure they hold the
-government fur which, their
lathers- suffered and1 died.
In view of the present
surroundings, we dare not
augur favorably of this tamper
ed with country. The people,
uuder Providence, many educe
good from our hopeless and
almost peperate coiiiiit'ienrt)nt
to do so they mnst act prompt-
The Public Credit.
The- Washington Patriot
thus- ventilates the financial
policy of the Administration;
"The evidence of indebted
ness ofi the- Government
comprises two elasses- of se
curities the bond1 and) the
greenback. TH former
pledges the- faith of the nation
t pny the- amount designated
And the interest The latter
i issued as money, made a
legal tend'er by law, with the
ui(loreement on the baak of
each nte specifying that it "is
a legal tender &t its face value
for all tlebtS). .public and
private, except duties- on
imports mhI interest on. the
public- debt-" The bond is at
a premium the note w at a dis
count. Tha September pur
chases of bond's avevaged 114,
and to-day the- national
currency is worth less than 89
tfir the dollar in. gold;
"TLtv effort of the Secretary
of the Treasury in the purchase
of bonds indicates-a preference
for the highep puked-securities,
ami he Wings all his resource?
to be to enhance their price
before he purchases them- The
redemption of the bonds at
maturity will involve precisely
their face value.. To-day he is
paying it premium, and drain
in? the country of! the moncv it
o J J
so much needs at home, and at
a time wheu the costof the war
the increased taxation, the
enormous State county and
municipal debts of tho county
are previously oppVcseing the
produrmg classes all ovr tlifl
'In ten yenns from now tfcfc
, 1 1
country win nave increaseo in
wealth and ability to meet'its
... . .... . m A
obligations. J he first issue o
bonds have vet ten years t
run. As the country, increases
in wealth so does the debt
diminish in proportion without
any reduction by payment:
and if. instead of draining th
conatrv of what it so much
needs for its development, this
large amount is retained in the
i i 1 . ...:n
iiHiicis ot tne neoDie. it win
enable them to increase thei
means of production, and
add to the aggregate wealth of
the nation anu its general pros
"T he interest on this money
which Mr Boutwell k sending
to .Europe to buy bonds not
du yet, is worth more to the
people than is Baveu by re
ducing the debt. Money in
vested in this country will pay
more than 6ix per cent. Mr.
Boutwell pays premium in
order to save the payment of
"The wandering of Ulysses,"
since his nomination for the
subject of an "exhaustive1'
treatise in the Cincinnati Com
merial. The author seems to
have followed the President
every where, avid gives the
number of days absence and
the miles traveled with scru
pulous exactness. Here are the
Since his nomination as
President, as the figures above
will show, Grant has been
absent from Washington 501
days (not including the days
of his returning), and has
traversed, as nearly as can be
determined, 37,629 miles; or,
since the surrender of Lee, he
has been absent 751 days, and
wandered a distance of 7J,0a9
miles not counting number
less drives, horseback excur
sions, and little trips that have
escaped telegraphic recogni
tion. Mneh. indeed has been
tossed about, both on the sea
and on the land; and think of
that sixty-odd thousand mile
trail of cigar smoke.
If appearances are to believ
ed there bnt Itttfce else than
corruption in the Pension
Hnrp.au. Scarcely dav passes
without some unmitigated! thief
turning upr to ten tlie tale now
Eoor widows and orphans
ave been robbed of thair
poor pittances by the loud
mouthed professors of loyalty.
In due course of time the peo
ple of the country will be ena
bled to place the proper esti
mate upon the sickening pro
fessions of loudmouthed
The resignation of the Sec
retary f State, Mr. Hamiltou
Fish, has onctyrnole "eowie to
the surface. Whether it is in
consetyijience- of tbe overwhelm
incj beauty of Madame Cat-
acazy, the mud nunces do
not say. What a wonderful
administration we have; made
up of martial law,, paints,
powders, eosmeties and
cockades. ' AH that Grant has
to do to make it a miraculous
success, is to- appoint Boss
Tweed his private butler, and
catclii th runaway Bullock
and put a ea-p and bells on
him. Such am exploit would
excel the celebrated Scotch
feat of beUing the cat.
Lieut. Frederick D. Grant
is a fortunate man in that he is
the son of the President. If he
had taken out a leave-ef ab
sence of six months to visit
Europe he- wonld only have
received pav at the rate
forty five dollars per month
But is ordered to accompany
Guneral Sherman,, and sore--eiyea
Vw-!'9 7 of one
hundred' and hirty-five doll
ars a inontHy a ad mileage at
the rata of ten cents a mile
for mile he travels on
the Wabftsky where he is-dead
Kncers,. tlw artist in statu-
etses- is not, ns reported,
work 011 the- bust off the
Heathen Ghinee. The. only
man who ever atteped to- Hust
that noted? character. wa-fiWm.
The champion sexton of
rural Maine has dni thous
and craves and officiated nt
twdre hundred funenla.
Fropec!us for 1871
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The Louisville papers are
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Taking offense at pome re
mark made a guest, a Savannah
hotel waiter reproved him. by
a poker. .
To cure a cough, an English
woman gave her infant syrup
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"Soothed with the left hand
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cord the sudden demise of tour
Forty-seven four-line vers
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the public that little Charlie
Hall w m Heaven ,
That was an enterprising
man who 6tarted a paper-mill
in Georgia when he heard that
A. II- Stephens was to write
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says that llhod Inland goes for
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lie within her territory.
A Cincinnati widow adver
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the city" to send her ten cents.
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dicating an unexpectedly large
number ef Christian in that
The Germans-have discover
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tall form in an open sea swarm
ing wth fishes, each of which is
very like a- whale. And so
poor Mr. Hall's occupation is
Twenty years ago George
fraucistrain married the daugh
ter of the aditor of the Louis
ville Courier and Prentice
wrote the bridal notice.
What a warning to editors
who ha-ve daughter0.-
The workmen on a Cbnnecut
railroad find a live frog in a
block of granite, pub him 111
alcohol in a bottle to' send to
Yale College. Unscientific
boss drunks alcohol; breaks
bottle and throws away frog.
A Heartless joker sold1 some
New Yorkers,- the .other day,
bv savinor that he would1 cive
?l,0OO for the' privilege of
hearing a- ocrfein opera and
when he was offered tiokets
without pumber for f 3' apiece,
informed them' .that he was
Aki exchange- tells us- tfliat
"twenty years ago Iieland1 SlJau
ford arrived in California' with
only one shirt? to his back.
Since then1, by close attention
to business-lie has contrivedto
accumulate over ten millions."
WW 7). f . V
.vvbatihe tnunaer can a man
tcu million shirts V"
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Whalieaale Dealer- In
Staple and Fancy Notions.
ITIy Mock I now complete for Full Sale, and
not at the high prices some parties have antic
The average price nil thrbngh in mneh lower
than the Full of 1870. A tiniall advance U
charged only en a FEW goods.
iwrr liite OTP
WOOLEN HOSIERY, DOMESTIC NOTIONS,
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September 1st, 1871.
Ia Rev. Stenhen II. Tvncr
Jr., likely to accept Darwin
ism r He said the other even
ing 111 a speech that when a
man began to search for traces
of the ape in his composition,
he did not have to look far to
A young lady swooned in a
Wisconsin church aud the doc
tors eaYC her ud for dead. At
thefuueral she arose and give
reasons for postponing . the
ceremony which Were agreed
by all the mourners to bo con
Moes. Williams, of Dubuqe,
went into the bullrushes- last
June to fish and just because
he hasn't been heard of since,
seme people are hasty, enough
to think something has hap
pened to him. They will try
to find him in the spring.
A little boy at Ocontn, Wis
consion, -during the big fires,
ran back to school to save hi
books. His. parents found
him next dayV and, after whip
ingsomeof him out of their
eyes, buried hint in a sardine
box. Dear children, let '.this
be a lesson to yon never to go
RIFLES, SnOT-fiUNS, REVOLVERS
O1111 mntirll of verv kiml. Wrlto for Prior
I.Ut, to 0 rest Western Gun Work. Pi ltdliiiri(h,
PR. Arm mini and Kevolvera bought or trd
led for. Agrntiwnntl.
NOTN K 1 hiiTTli.C glrrn thnt there will 1x
mer-tingorihe HonrA of Srhool Ktiinilncn
of the lmlnenrlrnt Hclinol Diatrictnf Zaloski.
Vinton County, Ohio, for tlip cxamlnotloti of
tcuvliera, at I lie nchool homo on
Thursday, November .30th, 1871.
Vach applirnnt for a eorllfli-Hte sliouM he pr-i-entMfurlv
n- 10 o'clock, A. M.
Jly order of tho llnorrl.
A. W. JAMES, Clerk.
TO CO. PTI V VhT
Tlir artvortlr, linvlnn heien iornmnently
cured of that ilrciid (IUfii-,Oon!itiniption, by a
Kinipli) reinedr. In unxioiiK to muktt known In
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(icrlptlon ujimI, (friie of cliurRft), wllh the, diree
tlom for picimrlnic and iismik Ihc t.imu which
ther will find a mire Cure rim t osHi urTioN.
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proscription will plenso addma
Ray. EllWAKI) A. WIIJWN,
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A CHANCE TO MAKE $2,0001
rni! MibacrllMT offtri to aril two of the beat
A upliui.i Karma in Houtlirun Ohio for two
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Ilarinir lost all my Iioiim-j. amnll Kruiu, and
farming utftimilt hr (Ire. I will mil huth of my
farina, Hunted uekr Uuuliniian. fiko county,
Corn Crops Included,
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west. Furtbor aarticiilarabr cnlllnron
J. M. llll.WlOUsa;,
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Prariirsl Riialnsss men as Insirnrinrs.
Fiirinfiirinaiinn write for a rlrruUr m
V Ii;rTA HONS. PI Isl.nrrh. Pa.
Wheeler & Wilson
n A C II I IS E .
Wm. Sumner & Co.,
Cities and Towns In the State
Hnlielttd bv Ml'NN ft
CO. Publishers felentihc
Amcrlsun, II Park Row, N.
Twentv-Bv. yenrs' experlene.
Psmpblets rimtainlntj I'a' nt Laws, wlrh full di
rections hew to obtain patents, fre .
A hound vlnmeof lis pares, eontaininr the New
Censns by enmities ami all larre cliiea. MO Knira
vinraof Meilmniral Mnvenieiita. Pateut I. aw a ami
rules furobiainlng Paten's mailed on receipt .f it
pVA The BEST winter OTBRSHOEt
X NO BUCKLES to break I
Ww Neat, Genteel, tftjllsht
ASK YOUR SUOK DK1LEB FOR IU
XX IXINT GLASS
SUnd Heat Batter than any other made.
Ask for PithriileVe and tak. ao other.
See that our name la on every box
DITHRLDQ tX SON, PltUottrgh, Pa,
Brjy-Send for Prle Llat
$80. WE W1LU PAY 30.
Afents fan per week to sell our (treat and valuable
dUeoterie.. If j on want permanent, honorable and
pleasant woik, pply for partlenlart. Addre.a DVKR
00., Jackson, Michigan.
A MONTH! florae fumlahed. Expen
ses paid. II. H. Bfl AW, Alfred, Mo.
AVOID Q.IACKS. A victim of early Indlaero"
tion, eanslns aervona debility, prematnr. de
cay, ate, having Tried In vain .very advertlx.il rem
edy, haa discovered a almp'a roeana of self.piirt,
which he will send tn bla fellow-antr-rera. Addresa
J, H. REKVES, 19 Naasaa Street, New York.
THIRTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE
IX Till TkaavaiKT1 or1
CmOJIC & SEXUAL DIS2ASE2.
A rhyalologleal VI aw of M'arrlaKa:
Th eh.apeat book' ever pahfUhsd containing
ararly tkrta hundred paKtA, aad'mie hunbrrd and
thirty Una plates and '.nrevlna of tha .ostomy tn
the human nrgaas in a' air I. of heellh am dteeas.,
with a (realise on early errnre, lis deplorable erfus.
nuencea opes the mind and body, with th. anther ;
plan of treatment the only rational and successful
mods of car, aa ehown by a r.port of eases tres'ed.'
A trntUWl sdvlser'to th. married-end thos. oonUm.
nlatlna marige. wtio ent.rtase doiiMa of thelr'phys-
leal eeadlit en fteres po." ' n3r sddreae.
on receipt f twenty-dve cents n atahips or postal
2,?rreTy. by dreisln; P-, I-A CKOI?, No. 81
Ualilan Lane, Albany, N. Y. The sufHor may he
consulted upop any of th itlaoaaea upon which hit
honk treate,.elther personally or by mad, anil aud.-
tines aoul to any r ' ' ma aouo,
1 T1I IV 1 ffl 1 B AT 1 HTM
flJt9)r' A MOSTH.-llnreaandlaiiUc larnlsk.
St)Zi d: expenses paid: sasnp'ca ra. II.H.
jUAM.AIIhd, Ne. '
A Bare Cbance Tor Agents.
A rents, we will pay yon tl per week Iu l ah, if von
will .linage l'li os at bna. Kverrlh ug furnished
and expunxa paid Addreea t A Kt.U A CO, Char
FREE TO BOOK AGENTS. .
We will send a hnndaome Proapectus of our
V..e u.(, ,( FitmilH lUbU. eonioliilDZ over.'
HOO fine ttrripluia riliiKtratinna to any book
Agent free of charge. Amresa, niTninai. rvsi-.
i.ishino In., Lhicago, IU , t'lncliiimti, O., or
St. Louis. Mo.
iSYCHOLOOIC Kasclnntlou or oul
(.Turuiiim, too pages by llorlert llsiniltoii
tess) ot will. Divinutlon. f plrltuallsin, Boner
let, Deinouologv, and s thouaand other wtnurni
,. i . .. : I ul 1.. .1..,,.. . .... V MIV.H SI lit
I. A. How tunm-lhisDower (which all poe
C'onvfreii toiiomf.noiv. l (MiO monthly easily
made. Address T. W. KVAMS, Pub. 41 a. 8lb
Street, Philudelphia. Pa.
GREAT CHANCE FOR AGENTS
Do you want a situation as ngent, locut
or ri-neefmp Willi clianoe tn muae vjs i
'JO per dav ai-lling our new 1 struml
White Wire t7'Wet ifneaf 7V,cy7.tW ortrrrf
-ample free, ao there Is no rlik. Address
it on,!, lludnon Ititrr Win Work: cornef
born street, Chicago, III. .
a ... dt.. and Maiden Lane. X. Y.or 10 Dear
THE HELPER ahowa you how save and
how to make money on tho farm. W ht-re tv
look for the prnllts. and cow to obtalu them
How to clear 1600 00 (r"m Oct. to Mav. A .
copy rnKa aniling name nnd I'.O. address in
ZKIGLRH. A MeCVKDY, I'iwlnnati, 0.
Whitney's Neats Foot Harness Soap.
j v HTKAM ItKFINKI).
StHf Tr IU- Hlncas, Polishes and
lifiiiTa Boaua t the same time, Put
Sl?'"',IP in'large and small size hoses,
3 KSy '" three 3 lb. bare, list been
satisfaction. r!iit etnmp for our WAVERI.Y,
Address U. K. WHITNEY A CO., t Milk HI.,
DOBtOlt. AlaMH. nov.., -ti-vn
lit A l'I BI
with the tfreen 7 ftinnr.
Warranted to salt all- taste.
fir Hilt tmtrytrhtr. And for
esle who'essle only lir lh.
flKKAT ATLANTIC PACIK.
10 TEA CO.. SCImrehot., N. Y.
P. 0. Bos 550. Send for Thea
TBE GREAT CHICAGO FIBE!
rte ProtrnhiQ Jlnrror nf Hit VMh Ctntitry. 10
600 prt mi rlueti tn htita,y. frarut
one. Jniirtrnndinf Inridtntt,
rW)'t(VlO0fr ei)les of this Rook telling per dav.
SciplH f'npy, post paid, 5Uc, Addrefs .1. '
UOtiDBPEKO, Chlcaiio Cincinnati or St Ixi ill.
Giap anS tie Great Conflaptioii
A coiipts history of the raaT of Ihla most
-ondeifnlof c-itiesVand a dotaileiT, clronm
ttantial d wivld necount ol Its' rtestruo
tiou by fire: with ereue if di uts, Ac. Ity
Meaara, ColbortAl Cliambei-laln, ity Kdl
tora of Chicago Tribune, t olly Illustrated
ftiim idiotogr.iphs taken on tbel p. Aiikms
WantKii. Address (J. V. VKXT, 3H H'. ith .V 1
WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS.
t'&t CoUgn. Ce4e a-rtsl HsarssMii,
Thea f'tifittlk present (Aa Acid Inf'omblna
tlon with- other elR.-ient reniediea, in a popular
form! forth Cursor all THROAT nnd l.UBU
I1oahnk5 siwf rMV.aia'noS of the TaaotT .
are imtxertrnleiy psleed, and atntem.nta in
constantly ijolng'tmt to tho proprietor ofTeliof
in cases ort nroai mnirtiitic ot years aiamung.
Ill v.?vn ,, l III (Hit
Don't n deceivea ny wens
Ira lmalirtkns. Ciet only
T.rbhrt.e.- Price :Seants pr Bx
JOHN (j. Kr-I. LI (.!, I latt I.,
Send for Circular. Sole Agent forth. L'.B.
AflENTH WANtr.I) l-'OB "
LIFE IS UTAH
BKINO an itXPtlST: of thei 8KCll.T
KITES and MTS t KltH 8 or Mtllt
MONISM. With a full and authentic history of Polyg
amy, by .1. II. I IA'rI.E, Jdltor of the Said
Agents nrr meeting tt'ltli ililpfeoedcnted nie
ces, oio reportt IM srlbserlliers In tour days
another 71 in two day 9'end' for Clr- ulara sea
what the iireoaaavaof the work. Addre-a NA
TIONAL ltt HI.IHHINO CO., (hiciigo, III.,
Cincinnati, Ohio. r at. Iuls. Mn
REDUCTION OF PKICE8
REDUCTION Of fiTjrTIES.
SrHZAT SAVIUG TO CONSUMERS'.
BY GETTING UP CLUBS. ' ;
Send for onr New ri les I.rat and a ClsV
form will necompnny it. rontalnibg full dlrac-
tlons nniklug a large saringto consumers and'
remunerative to club organizers
GREAT AMERICAN TEA CO.
31 4 33 Vesey Btrect, New York.
P. O. Box 6C.I3.
Ms. SaUI'si. llrLb. of W. K. Se.lnnerta A Co.,
Wholcanltt Hoot mid Bh.-e M inul'iu-turers, .11
ViMl Avenue, 'itt-dinrgli, "a., has been al
flicted with rhroulo rhoiinmtism for tblitjf
yeai-s, from his right hip tn hln foot, having tn
use n criiti-li nnd ao.mit. slid at tinman palufiit'
as to utterly liicapai-ltnto him for attending to'
4iis hiitineaa. Having tried every remedy known
without offoct, isncpt Olllilnnd's Pln Killer,
e wna Unn'lv Induced to try It. A second ap
plication en ibh-d hlill to lay aside hit crutch,.
and a third efli-eted a permans-nt onre. Jlrf
Roll, as a pnp-tilnr nitif ell known oitizen it a,
living n.onnment ot the efdoaoy of tbe great
medical discoverv.tillllland'ajftiin Ktller. Tim
atlllctcd should title their groi-er or druggist for'
K, au.l trr ita wonilcrful power. Mr. Uillllnud,
we understand, wnnla a respectable agent In?
every town and county f r ft. TIib' pfinoipal'
oUlce is at n Third Avim-e,lttaburgU, Pa.
Cat be CssrW,
Keailar, If ynn
sre troubled with
Wrf fn. the llrwt,'
and Cieua, use lis.
hi-acinot In so
tlnijjo ewe bas it'
fltUed In etTirting'
cure. Bold by all
MSk pvr package.,
mmA by III prmvrle
tor,A !eno M. 1).,
It Is NOT AMYtyiCi-tt it NOT what Is pop.
nlarly ce.lled a nwrTKTlt. nor Is it intended a
such! IT IB A miUTII AMKKIOAN plant that
Iras Ween used fin-many years hy tha medical faculty
otthAee eeitntrlea with wonilerfnl eJBeser. d s"
s POWlCrlFUll A1,TEKATIVK and NIUALI.I
l'UKIKIKtt'CPTHK BIlOfH see Is a Bur nd4
Ptrfoe Remedy for' ail IHeases ef Ihe
LIVKH aed BPI.F.KS. y.NfiARtjKNT r OB
BTKltOTlbN ot INTKRT1NKM, ?pTf
BINR. or ABPOMIN AI, OltrtASft P6VKKTT
or a WANT ef P.I.OOO, IN'ICKKITTKNT or
KiMITTKNT PKyKKS, lrffT,AMMATION
; oftheMVBR.DIimtstCfttUBn CIK- J
ei'UTION of Ui Ilh()ODe AIISCKfBEBJ
pUMOKEtt JA1)NII0K, BCK'tFI'LAi .
BYSI'KPSIA. AflUK KF.VKB5
OR TIIKIIl CONCOMITANTS.
DlUIVBlLS'lCXTIUCT Or JtlBlIi. fcB A
It otriftd to th public as a rraat Invls; orator and'
remedy fur all impnrttlrs nt th. blond, or for' ar
iranle' weaknet with their attendaat rtllt. for'
th foregoing eomplalnta ( '.'
la tnefldentl? reontmfidd to every family- aa a
hftnaehald remedy, sad slmnld b Irsaly lak.a I all
deranifements of the system, It gives henlnr, vlror
and l"iie to all the" vital fhrcea, sail animates and1
ftiriifi" all weak and T.iinphalie temwrHmenta.
JuilN Q. KKXOOO.; Ifc I'latt Blreet, New Yorls
Bole cent for th T'nttc1 8;atfi
Prl'c fins Dollar pt hoitlvi ond tt$ ClnisUf,
tflr JranTBaee mt gmmwi
ViQA t t-mimr. W.
n taa the sUlteaMe
tlaaaa. MM by Knirarirt. .
mm l.alra In PEttrvMEBYT
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