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lje (Enquirer.
- ? w Ih aAutil first Af Ttntrftn
Building, North side of Main Street, East of
lourt House.
J. W. BOWEN. Editor.
McArthur, September 18, 1872
"Ovr Banner Streams in Light."
ONE PRESIDENTIAL TERM.
Pacification and Purification.
FIRM, TRIEDAND TRUE.
No more Nepotism--No Presents
No Bribes.
True Civil Service Jleform.
tee Livnra preseht-sot tub seas past.
Charity to All Malice toward None.
Universal Amnesty Impartial Suffrage.
ONP COUNTRY-ONE PEOPLE.
HO EA8T HO VE8T-H0 HOBTH-IO SOUTH,
ALL RIGHTS fOR ALL.
National Nominations by the People.
FOB PRESIDENT,
HORACE GREELEY.
FOB VICE-PRESIDENT,
B- ORATZ BROWN-
FRE8IDENT1A1 XLECTOBS AT LARGE.
Thomas Ewiag, Jr.
August TUen.
DISTRICT ILXCTOB,
OWEN T. GUNNING,
Of Vinton County.
National Nominations by the People. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
FOR 8KCRSTABT OF 8TATI,
GENERAL AQ.TjIXLA WILEY,
of Wayne County.
JCDOI OV IDPRIMX COURT,
JUDGE JOHN L. GREENE,
of Franklin County.
MEMBER OF BOARD OF rCBMC WORI8,
ISAAC B. BIIEY,
of Licking County.
FOR CONORK8S,
SAMUEL A. NASH,
Of Gallia County.
FOR COMMON FLZA8 JUDOS.
JOHN T. MOORE,
Of Pike County.
COUNTY TICKET.
FOR SHERIFF,
GEORGE W. PILCHER.
FOR C&IBK,
GEORGE E. COOK.
FOR TRKA8URER,
NELSON BICHMOND.
FOR PROBATE JUDGE,
HERMAN B. MAYO.
FOR COMMISSIONEE,
JOSIAH B. MARTIN.
FOR CORONER,
GEORGE W. GREEN.
CAMPAIGN OF 187.
THE McAETHUR ENQUIRER
Sent to any Address.
FOUR MONTHS CENTS.
The campaign of 1878 bids fair to be one of the
most exciting in our political history. For the
mimose of assisting in the dissemination of the
doctrine of political reform, Thb MOABTHUB
Enquirer will be sent during the campaign, or
lor fourmonths, for only X6 cents. Buoscnpwuu.
may commence at any time, and continue tor
tne i me speciuBu. x boi.j
Address,
Editor and Publisher, McArthur, O,
DEMOCRATIC.
—AND—
LIBERAL REPUBLICAN
MEETINGS!!
Meeting of the Democracy and Liberal Re
publican! will be addressed at the following
times and places:
ZALESKI, Monday Evening, September S3
Speaker, Hon. Daniel J. fallen.
WILKES VILLE, Tuesday Afternoon, Septem
ber 84-Speakers, Hon. Daniel J. Callen and
Hon. S. A. Nash.
ALLEKSVILLE, Wednesday afternoon, Sep.
temberSo Speakers, Nosh and Mayo.
Mo ARTHUR, Saturday evening, September
Speaker, Hon. D. J. Callen.
The Advisory Committees in the several town-
ships will make the necessary arrangements for
holding these meetings.
By order of County Central Committee.
to
Be Vigilant!
The Democracy and Liberal
Republicans are struggling to
free themselves from a mighty
party despotism. The Grantites
have all the money they need to
carry on the campaign. In Vin
ton county they draw hundreds
of dollars from Bundy, and then
offer to trade him for votes for
Kalee for Sheriff. If , Bundy
hasn't the money," the Monopo
lists, the Banks and the Kings
furnish plenty of it Then the
scamps have the run of the pub
lic treasury, and do not hesitate
to help themselves. Let honest
people bo vigilant I -
Robert Lincoln, son of
Abraham Lincoln, supports Hor
ace Greeley. '
Trading Votes!
THAT SAME OLD GAME!
So "Child-like and Bland!"
o
Grant's small squad of Long
Branch Radicals in Vinton Uoun
tv are sadly demoralizea--are
getting desperate 1 They want
the Sheriff's oilice so oaa uiey
are "spilin"' for it. They are
now Irvine to win it by that
Rflme old erame. which is. TRA-
" j o " .
DING VOTES ! In every town
shin thev 0 to a Democrat,
n
looking "so child-like and bland,"
and sav: "If vou will vote for
"our man. Kaler, for Sheriff, we
"will vote for any man you will
"name "on your ticket Just name
"the man. No matter if it may
"be Nash, Cook, Mato, Richmond,
"Greene, or Martin. . We want
"you-to vote for Kaler."
Democrats, keep watcn 01
hese tricksters who ask you to
xade votes. Have nothing to
do with them. Pay no attention
to their proposals. Send the
names of those who make the
propositions, to the Central Com
mittee or to this office the
names of those who are running
around begging pitifully the hon
est masses to take no notice of
their frauds, their bribery, their
packed County Convention, and
their cheering duringthe ballot for
Kaler for Sheriff when they dis
covered that he had beaten Knox
and Wilkesville, just for this
time, biit to overlook all, and
swallow everything they have
done for the sake of p-a-r-t-y !
So "Child-like and Bland!" SHERIFF.
The Sheriff of this or any
county should be a man in every
way qualified to perform the ar
duous and responsible duties of
his office. He should thorough
ly understand the nature of the
business in which he is to engage
be a man who can guard the
public interest and economize in
every department and be relied
upon in matters affecting prompt
and proper execution of the law.
Is George Kaler, the candidate
on the Long Branch Radical
Ticket, that man? By all
means, no I He is thoroughly
devoid of executive ability, and
while bis intentions may be as
honorable as those of George
Frt, his ability would positively
prevent him from carrying out
the will of the people. It is im
portant that tax-payers and all
others should vote against him,
and cast their votes for George W.
Pilcher, who is just the, man for
that very important place. The
little McArthur Ring secured the
nomination of Kaler by packing
Convention, notwithstanding
prior claims of other compe
tent gentlemen, (Mr. Levi Robi
nett, of Knox Township, in par
ticular,) not on account of his
ability at all, but because he
happened to be the son of a very
clever man who had been in an
office of some kind for lo! these
many years. It was whispered
around that his. father was a fast
racer, and it would be a good
idea to try the son at this time.
So they are trying him ! He has
quit clerking in the Zaleski
Company's Store and gone elec
tioneering assisting in trading
all the other candidates on
the Radical Long Branch Ticket
elect himself I ,
The Elections in Vermont
and Maine.
LARGE DEMOCRATIC GAINS.
The Grantites seem to be very
judicious over the result of the
elections in Vermont and Maine.
We can not see what they have
got to rejoice over in those
States. Vermont and Maine are
among the strongest Radical
States in the Union. In the
elections held a few days ago in
those States the usual Radical
majorities have been reduced
over 6,00ft in each State. If the
Grantites find any consolation in
these facts, we rejoice with them.
Horace Greeley to Visit.
Cincinnati.
ac
cepted an invitation of. the City
Council of Cincinnati and the
Exposition Commissioners to
visit that city on that day. He
will arrive at that city on Friday
of this week The friends of
Reform in this section of country
should visit the city on that day.
Tickets on the Marietta & Cm'
cinnati R. R. for halMare. .
MEETING!
AT
ON
FRIDAY AFTERNOON !
HPT. AO, 187B.
COL YVM. M. GROSVENOR !
OF MISSOURI,, . . ,
Senator M. W. RANSOM,
OF NORTH CAROLINA, AND
HON. DANIEL J. CALLEN,
OF OHIO,
Will be preBent and deliver
Able and Eloquent Speeches !
Everybody should attend and
hear the issues of the campaign
fairly and candidly discussed.
AT
Me ARTHUR, OHIO,
ON
SATURDAY EVENING !
SEPT. 21, 1672.
HON, B.J. CALLEN,
The eloquent young Irish Orator,
of Mercer County, will be pres
ent and deliver an able and soul
stirring speech.
Come on foot,'
Come on Horseback, ( .
Come in Wagons,
any way to get here and hear
the live issues of the campaign
candidly and fearlessly pre
sented. -
"No Irish Need Apply."
Some Republican friends of Messrs. John
O'Keefe and B. Gorham asked permission to in
troduce their names at the Republican Conven
tion, and Mr. tiorham Anally consented, stating
that he would accept the nomination if tendered
unanimously, but not otherwise. Mr. O'Keefe
declined having his name mentioned. Of course
Gorham was beaten, receiving but three votes
outoflltV , .
Commenting on this fact, our esteemed friend
Mr. William Caldwell commonly called "Old
Bill' said that "no more Irish need go before
our Convention, for we won't vote for that
kind of men." This furniehes tne heading ror
our article, we would reman vo uenerai
Hurst, the manager in charge of the Repnbli.
n party in tnis county, anu iu sM-ninu
nds, bis lieutenant, that this is a very clumsy
way to capture tne toreign yoie.vmnootiu
Pott.
It isn't necessary for us to say
to say to friend Burns of the Post
that the Irish are treated in that
manner throughout the country
bv the Rudicals. "No Irish
need apply " for any officejrvith-
out receiving an insult from some
Know Nothing Radical, like
Henry Wilson, Radical candi
date on the Grant ticket for
Vice President In Vinton
county, it is plainly seeft that the
Radicals will not vote for Geo.
W. Cook of Wilkesville township
for Clerk of the Court, because
their candidate for the Vice
Presidency lias advised them
not to do so. Four years ago
they pretended to be great friends
to the Irish, and through their
campaign Treasurer, "ever thine
Capt. George Fry," who wanted
to be Sheriff, they gave the Irish
several piles of cash, but now
they don't give "worth a cent"
Wilson j appears to be their
Treasurer now, and wants every
body to vote for him for Vice
President These Vinton county
Radical leaders are following the
oath taken by Wilson, in which
he swore that he would "not
"knowingly vote forappoint or
"elect ANY PERSON OF FOR
"EIGN BIRTH TO ANY OF
"FICE in the local or general
"administration of the American
"Government" They go sneak
ing about the county circulating
base falsehoods about Mr. Cook,
instead of saying he is far more
caDable of filline the office of
County Clerk than any man in
their ranks. ',
Vote for Gforge E. Cook for
Clerk I
Vote the whole State, District,
and County Ticket .three weeks
from next Tuesday 11
And on the 6th of Novmeber
vote against Know-Nothing Wn
80H and horse-racing and present
taking GwotIII " 1 ;
Democratic and Liberal
Republican Mass Meetings.
'
The fallowing Democratic and Llliet-nl RepuM.
llcan meetings are hereby nnnounueil : ; ,
Meeting for Gen. Thomas Ewing.
Athens, Thursday afternoon, Sept. 10.
Poinoroy, rrldny afternoon, opt. vo.
Ironton, Monday afternoon, Sept. 28.
Porttunouth, Tuncdny afternoon, fcoiit. S4.
Jefferson, Tuesday afternoon, Uctolier 1.
Warren, rniirsuay aiwniuuu, uciwicr o.
Medina, Friday afternoon, October 4.
Ashland, Saturday afternoon, October 5.
Meetings for Gen. Aquila Wiley.
Urbana, Thnrsflay evening, September 19.
Uelletouuiine, jrtriivy, p. iu., o(iM-iiuir ,
Kenton, Saturday p. in., Heptemlier Sil.
Meetings for Hon. J. B.Jones.
Athens, Thursday afternoon, Soptember II).
l'omeroy, Friday afternoou, September SO.
Ironton, Monday afternoon, September 23.
Portsmouth, Tuesday afternoon, Soptoinbr 4.
Meetings for Eon. John I. Pollett.
Mt Vernon, Tuesday afternoon, October 1.
Meetings for Gen. R. Brinkerhoff.
Flndlay, Fridny evening. Boptomber SO.
Wilmington, Wednesday afternoon, Sept SS.
Greenfield, Thursday afternoon, Beptember 26.
Hillsboro, Friday afternoon, Bcptcmbor 27.
Newtonville, Clermont Co., Saturday afternoon,
September SB. c . ,
Blancheater, Monay afternoon, Soptembor 80.
Meetings for Hon. Wm. Heisley.
Bucyrus, Monday afternoon, September S3.
: Meetings for Hon. J. H. Dickson.
Bueyrus. Monday afternoon, September 83.
Sevlllo, Monday afternoon, Soptembor 80.
Meetings for Judge John Clark.
Carrollton, Wednesday afternoon, Sept S5.
sallnevuie, xnursuay aiwjruu, racjjivniuui
Meetings for Col. C. L. Poorman.
Cambridge, Friday afternoon, Soptembor SO.
Barneavillo, Saturday afternoon, September 81.
Cadiz, Tue sday afternoon, September 24. .
Meetings for Gen. Willard Warner.
Mansfield, FrlufiY ai?lnoon, September SO. ,
Crestline, Friday fevebing, September 20. ' '
Kenton, Saturday aiicrnoon, Bepcemoer m.
Mt Vernon, Monday evening, Septemner S3.
Meeting for Eon. D. E. McRae.
Bollefontnine, Friday afternoon, September 90.
Kenton, Saturday afternoon, Soptember 21.
Wnnatar. Monday evening. 8entemberSS
Orrville, Tuesday oveulng, Soptember 24.
MiUersnurg, weaneiusy aiwrnuuu, oopu m
Meeting for Senator M.W- Ramon-
HAMDKN, Friday p. m., September 20.
Chillicothe, Saturday afternoon, Soptembor 81.
Waverly, Monday altemoon, September 28.
Locust Grove, Tuesday afternoon, September 84.
West Union, Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 25.
Georgetown, Thursday afternoon, September SO.
Meetings for Hon. J. B. Barrows.
Thompson, Wednesday afternoon, October 8. .
Mantua, jriuny oveuing, uuuiuer.
Meetings for Hon. J. T. Brooks.
Carrollton, Wednesday afternoon, September 85.
Sallneville, Thursday afternoon, September 26.
Alliance, Friday, September XI.
Akron, Saturday evening, September 28.
' Meetings for General Durbln Ward.
New Richmond, Thursday afternoon, October 8.
Meetings for Geo. Thomas F. Wildes.
Lancaster, Saturday afternoon,' September 88.
: . Meetings for Hon. A. Mayo.
Waverly, Monday afternoon, September 88.
Meetings for Col. Wm. M. Grosvenor.
Athens, Thursday afternoon, September 19.
Hamden. Friday afternoon, September 20.
C'hillicothe, Saturday afternoon, September 21.
Cincinnati, Monday evening, September 28.
Dayton, Tuesday evening, September 24.
Lima, Wednesday evnlng, September 86.
Meetings for Senator A. G. Thurman.
Mansfield, Fridny afternoon, September 80.
New Philadelphia, Saturday afternoon Sept 81.
Lancaster.'tiaturday afternoon, September 28.
Somerset, Monday afternoon, September 80.
Zauesrille, Tuesday, October 1.
Greenville, Thursday, October S.
Napoleon, Saturday afternoon, October 6.
Meetings for Hon. L. T. Neal.
Waverlv, Monday afternoon, September 23.
Locust Grove, Tuesday afternoon, September 24.
West Union, Wednesday afternoon Sept. 25.
Georgetown, Thursday afternoon, September 86.
Meetings for Colonel Geo. W. Andrews.
Bryan, Thursday afternoon, September 20.
Meetings for Hon. D. J. Callen.
Hamden, Friday afternoon, September 80.
McArthur, Saturday afternoon, September 21.
Hons. R. R. Hudson and Wylie H. Oldlwm
will speak at Woodsllcld, Thursday afternoon,
September IB.
Heelings for Hon. J. J. Green. .
Tnnn. nim. T"edT afhrnoon, SPmler84.
West Union, Wednunday afternoon. Sept to.
Georgetown, Thursday afternoon, September86.
. Meetings for Hon. J. R. Cljmer.
Painesvllle. Monday afternoon, September 80.
Jefferson, Tuesday afternoon, OctoW 1.
Thompson, Wednotday afternoon, Octobers.
Mantua, rnnay evening, ucrauer .
Meetings for Bon. TV. E. Flnck.
New Lexington, Thursday afternoon. Sept 19.
Somerset, Monday afternoon, September 30.
Meeting! for Hon. H. J. Jewett.
New Lexington, Thursday afternoon, Sept 19.
Lancaster, Saturday sfternoon, September 88.
Somerset Monday afternoon, September 80.
Meetings for Hon. S.F. Cary.
New Lexington, Thursday afternoon, Sept 19.
BarnesvlHe, Friday afternoon Soptember 20.
Bellaire, Friday evening September 20.
Cambridge, Saturday sfternoon, September 21.
Coshocton, Monday afternoon September 23.
Cadis, Tuesday afternoon, September 24.
Carroltnn, Wednesday afternoon, Beptemlior 85.
Sallneville, Thursday afternoon, September 26.
Ravenna, Friday afternoon, September 87.
Akron Saturday evening, September 28.
Savllle, Monday altemoon Heptem!er 80.
Wooster, Monday evening, September 80.
Mt Vernon, Tuesday afternoon, October 1.
Meeting! for Judge John H. Littler.
Waverlv, Monday afternoon, September 28.
Locust Grove,Tuesdav afternoon, Septembers!.
West Union, Wednesday afternoon, Sept 86.
GeorgetownThursday afternoon, September 38.
Meeting! for Hon. J. F. MeKinney.
Sandusky, Thursday evening, Soptember 19.
Mansfield, Friday afternoon, September SO.
Gallon, Saturday afternoon, September 81.
Meeting! for Hon. C. A. White, With John
P. Blehm, and Bon. David Thomas.
Upper Sandusky, Tuesday afternoon Sept. 84.
Lima, Wednesday afternoon, September 25.
Wapnkonctr, Thursday afternoon, Sept. SO.
Hamilton, Saturday evening, Srptemeer 28.
Illanchester, Monday afternoon, September 80.
Hillsboro. Tnosday afternoon, Octolicr 1.
Greenfield, Wednesday afternoon, October 8.
Chilllcothe, Thursdayevenlng, Octolwr 8.
Portsmouth, Friday evening, October 4.
Manchester, Baiimluy, October g.
Meetings for Colonel Jamea W, Hlpton.
Mansfield, Friday afternoon, Soptember SO. ' .
Gallon, Saturday afternoon, Septemler21.
Bueyrus, Monday afternoon, September 28.
Upper Sandusky, Tuesday afternoon. Sept 24.
Lima, Wednesday afternoon, September 25.
Wapskonetn, Tuesday afternoon, September S6.
Mercer, Friday afternoon, September 27.
' Meetings for Hon. George E. Pugh.
Lima, Wednesday afternoon, September 26.
Tqledo. Thursday evening, Bopteinler SO.
Norwuik. Krlilav nftaruoon. 8onteilllcr 27.
Oior)n. BatiiriliVafMrivvm, September 2R.
Ctevsland. Bsturtlay eniij( tPfttejnbor , '
GERMAN MEETINGS.
Meetings for Hon1. Augnat'Tpleme.
Zanosvllle, Friday evening, Septemlier 80.
New Philadelphia, Saturday afternoon, Sept 21.
r Meeting! tir B. Fromra.
Waverly, Friday evening, Septcmberao.
Hamilton. Tucsilnv btoi
ling bv
sr Sentemner 24.
Davton. Weilneulav awn I nil. Sen'
, ctepiemoee m.
SprlngfittUl,Viuiduy evening, September 26.
: Hon. Angrut Tient, and ptjiers.
Woodsllcld, Thursday afternoon, Soutfiube r J9.
Other appointments will be made In a few
days. County Committee will make all neces
sary arrangements for holding these meetings.
JOHN G. THOMPSON. Chairman.
E. B. ESHELMAN Secretary.
We are pained to announce
the death of our ( old friend,
James Nelson, which occurred
at Jersysville; 111., last Wednes
day night Mr. Nelson was a
resident, of Jackson, Ohio, for
many years, removing from that
place in July, lobo, to Illinois,
where he resided until his death.
The following dispatch to the St,
Louis Republican, dated Jersy-
ville, 111., Sept 13, explains the
j a -
cause or his deatn:
. I Jut WednMl.v ahnnt noon. JamIS NKLION
and CBarlxs o'Nmi. had a personal dlftloulty
at their place of businoss in South State street,
In this city. O'Ncif. knocked Nxlsom down
and afterwards kicked him, when Nilsow was
likti n h.lniM. mil conveyed Testerdtv
takSn up helpless and conv
morning to Dr. C. DuH adwa's i
be 'lingered until niblnlgbt,
O'NiiCls still, at largo, but rn
rvaiuvu.'U, wnvrv
. whan h dlwW
remains Mrs,
Gh A
MASS MEETING!
- .A.T
MCARTHUR, OHIO,
IB
WHICH WILL BE
Mon. (DJiilton
Moil. Jola ii
Mon. ID avid Thomas.
The friends of Reform, of Honest and Cheap Government, in
Vinton and adjoining counties, are
the meeting and hear the live issues of the day discussed by these
eloquent orators 1
Come in Wagons 1 ...
Come in Carriages ! ,
. Come in Buggies 1
Come on Horseback !
Come on Foot ! " ,
Come in Small Delegations !
Come in Large Delegations!
And Come with Bands of Music and with Banners Flying!
Come from the Hills!
Come from the Valleys !
3ST ID
-
3sr-
ADDRESSED BY
A. White,
F. Bielim,
earnestly requested to attend
Come from the Plains!
Come from Everywhere !
SECOND SEMI-ANNUAL STATEMENT
—OF THE—
AUDITOR AND TREASURER OF VINTON COUNTY, OHIO.
—FOR THE—
HALF YEAR ON THE 3D DAY OF SEPTEMBER, A. D. 1872.
In compliance with an Act passed April 5th, 1859, to provide for the better regulation of the re
ceipt, disbursement andafe'keeping of the Public Revenue, as follows, to-wlt:
COUNTY FUND:
BRIDGE FUND:
COUNTY POOR FUND:
Balance In Treasury .... .
Balance lii Treasury
Balance in Treasury
fiHinni ivn wTTftnT. uittcw imvrt.
Balance iu Treasury.!
TOWNSHfP AND TOWNSHIP POOR FUND:
Balance in Treasury
BUILDING OR INFIRMARY FUND:
Balanco in Treasury ;
MINISTERIAL FUND.
Balance in Treasury
PRINCIPAL SECTION1 89 FUND:
Balance in Treasury.... ; '.
PRINCIPAL SECTION 16 FUND:
Balance iu Treasury due State.
TOWNSHIP
Balance In Treasury ...
CORPORATION FUND:
Balance In Treasury.... ......
TEACHERS' INSTITUTE FUND:
Balance in Treasury
Total Balances in. Treasury . . . .
WE, tho undersigned, Treasurer and Auditor
tno loregoing Htatement is a trueexnimt or tne
iOunty, unio, neionging to eacn i una, as appears oi rucora in mu Aiiuiior s muce.
Given under our bands, officially, this 8d day of Septemlier, A. D. 1872.
.1 576 19
. 8,293 87
. 99789
! 10,908 77
1,441 89
1,818 00
SECTION 89 INTEREST :
. 11 83
71
SO 65
ROAD FUND:
201 63
77 69
824 06
...119,126 90
of Vinton County. Ohio, do hereby certify that
iiALiAnics remaining in tne Treasury oi vinton
NELSON RICHMOND, Treasurer Vinton County, Ohio.
NELSON RICHMOND, Treasurer Vinton County, Ohio. WM. W. BELFORD, Auditor Vinton County, Ohio.
September 11.1872.
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and baldness often, though not always,
cured by its use. Nothing can restore
the hair where the follicles are de
stroyed, or the glands atrophied and
decayed t but such as remain can he
saved by this application, and stimu?
lated into activity, so that a new
growth of hair is produced. Instead
of foaling the hair with a pasty sedi
ment, it will keep it clean and vigorous.
Its occasional use will prevent the hair
from turning gray, or falling off, and
consequently prevent baldness. The
restoration of vitality, it gives to the
scalp arrests and prevents the forma
tion of dandruff, which is often so un
cleanly and offensive. Free from those
deleterious substances which make
some preparations dangerous and inju
rious to the hair, the, Vigor can only
benefit hut not harm it If wanted
merely for a , II AIR DRESSING,
nothing else can be found so desirable,
Containing neither oil nor dye, it does
not soil white cambric, and yet lasts
long oh the hair, giving it a rich, glossy
lustre, and a grateful perfume
Prepared by Or. J, C. Ayer & Co,,
'' Practise! aud Aiulytieal Cbemlati.
LOTTEXtL. MASS.
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WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS.
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For tho cure or ASTIIMAT NASAL CA
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on receipt of $1.25. Address D. LANGELL,
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WORLD-RENOWNED
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Sold by All First-Class Dealers.
It Is not a pliysio winch may give temporary
re fief to the sufferer for the dim few doses, but
which, from continued use brings Piles and
kindred diseases to aid in wcskcning the lnvs
lid, nor is it a doctoral liquor, which, under the
popular name of "Bitters' is bo extensively
palmed off on the public as sovereign remedies,
DUt It IS a MOST FUWKBPUL TONIO AND ALTERA
TIVE, pronounced so by the lending medical au
thorities of London and Paris, and has been
long used by the1 regular physicians of other
eouutriet with wonderful remedial results.
Br. Wells' Extract of Jurnlelia
retains nil lliomcillcnl, virtues poc.tllsr to the
plant and must be taken as a wonderful cura
tive agent.
Is there want of action n yor liver and
pleenf Unless relieved st once, tlio blood be
comes Impure by deleterious accretions, produ
cing scroliilutis or skin diseases, Blotches, Fel
ons, Pustules, Canker, Pimples, Ao., Ao.
Take Jurubeba to cleaiiHe, ptiijfy unl re
store the vitiated blood to heulthy action.
Have you a Dyspeptic H4ouiae)i? Unless
digestion Is promptly soiled the system Ixilebil.
Hated with loss of vital force, poverty of the
Blood, Dropsical Tendency, General Weakness
or Lassitude.
Take it to tsslst digestion with reaction, It
will impart youthful vigor to the wery sufferer.
Have you a weakness of the Intestines?
You uru in duuger of Chronio Mari tal or the
dreadful Inflammation of the Bowels.
Take It to allay irritation aud ward olf ten
dency to InHainiuittiniis -
Have you a woaknoss of the Uterine or
Urinary OrgansT You injist procure Instant
relief or you uro liable to KUlTorlng wortothan
death.
Titko It to strc.tigclien organic eaknifs of
life becomes a burden.
Finally it should be frequently taken to keep
tho system In perfect health or you sre other
wise In great malarial, miasmatic or contagious
diseases.
JOHN Q. KELLOGG, 18 Pliilt St., New York
Bole Agent lor the United Htntes.
Priee II per Bottle. Send for Circular.
KJEET TIIEBLOODriltr,
And i
1 the health of the system
I follow,- There Is a nrepftrai
t of Inin and loie Ko(
will
tlon
more effectual than all others.
which will remove from your
Kyatem the Impure end vitiated
blood which ciuwoa disease, and
at thoenme time build up your
health and atreagth 1 1 never
falla to care. If you have '
Herofals,tVrlalonalliieasw
ee of the Kyee or 'Jrsy or
tterofnla iu any forui, 'fit
ter. White Hwelllnst. Old
Horea. Uleera, orNerofoloue
InnaminatloBa, you can rely
on being cured with this prepa
ration fcnowu aa nr. 'rook'e
Compound ftyrnn of I'oke
Hoot. Ulseainatiam, l'alna '
Im lm.k am IIahm 'AH..I,n-
ytloua brekeadoen by Morou
yrlal i or other poisons, nro nil
curea nyiu r or nypmiie, or
Nyphllifie taint. tliuralHiioth-
l" equal to IU A trial will
prove IU
Beautify your Complexion.
Bo not use paint orpowdor, but get a more
permanent beauty by purifying your blood,
This preparation 'of Iron n4 tk Hoot
inakcsarfjuKhandBcysklusoftnpdsmootlit
Changes that Mallow comploxloii to oim of
freslinnHSand health, and remove nny KriiM
i Compound Byrup
..HJUHf.lp.ol lite .Hill, I'lUlpK'H, I'llH.
Itlotches A Kriipslona. ll yon witli
rosy oheeks and a healthy complexion use l:
Crook's Compound Byruu of I'oUo Root

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