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LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS.
t&r Business notice in tho. locnl
' column of this pnpor, not contracted
for by tho year, will be charged 10
cents per line. No notico inserted for
Ictts than pne dollar. -
tjrAll ndvertiBciiicnts nnd notices
intended for thin pnpor must bo banded
in Vy Wednesday noon, for cimim
stanectt compel an to go to prens at
1 o'clock on Tliurmlny.
jfcw" Hit-hard II. Dodge, an old re
jected citizen of this place, died on
liibt Friday morning, Ud iiist., nt four
o'clock. His funeral, Mhich was
largely attended, took place froirt hit
residence on Sunday last. ' :
LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Remember the 12th, 13th and
LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. Remember the 12th, 13th and 14th fo This Month.
I Our readers haro heretofore) been
apprised of tho expected Meteoric
ahovcr; which eminent scientific gen-
tlcmcn prophey will occur either on
the twelfth, thirteenth or fourteenth of
this month. None cliould forget tho
dates, as such dieplaj'8 cannot be seen
but once in a lifetime. The fulling
stars are said to bo most numerous
between mid-night and day-break.
Let everyone be awake.
- i
t&"Alf. Howard's Concert nfTordod
as fine an entertainment to those who
were pleased to attend on Monday and
Tuesday evenings, as this community
has ever witnessed. I'rof. Howard
expressed himself as of tho opinion,
that unlrs tho people of this place
better patronize good nnd experienced
ptrformers, that in the future they will
pass us by. Wo think tho Trof. is cor
rect, and that it would bo nomoro than
tho community denorvo.
New Meat Market.
J. Stubbs Si Co. have added to thoir
nne urocery rna i'rovision More n
flret class Meat-shop. All can get
at any time, the very bctt of Steaks,
Koasts, Ac, by culling on them.
Tug Wkatukr. For tho pant week
t 1 m
ii nus nccn ery cool. inter seems
to bo coming on in earnest, wo, there
fore advise tho public to cull on Kirby
& Rutledge, next door to Stone's utore,
and procure thoir winter clothing
They aro soiling nt tho lowest cash
xatcs, and alwayn guarantee a fit.
PafA lino assortment of Merinos
jurst reccivod at M.'Carty's.
All persons who wihh to havo
anything done in tho Dentistry lino
would do well to call on Dr. Humble
ton, Center street. He is an ex
perienced nnd skillful Dentist.
fair Dr. J. Alexander has just ro
eolved a new assortment of Drugs,
Taints, Oils, Dyo Stuffs, Wall Paper,
Window Blinds, Ac, all of which ho
is selling very low. Give him h call.
J. Si C. L. Hall, of Malta, have
just opened a complete assortment of
Dry Goods, Boots, Shoea, Queenewarc,
Notiotia.'Hata, Cw, Lftdius' Furs, ie.,
Ac, which they are selling as cheap as
mo cueapest. we aavibo nil oi our
readers, especially thoso on the west
idtj of tho rivor, to givo thera a call
before purchasing elsewhere.
TGo to Cheadle &
llcady-mndo Clothing.
Walker's for
Jvst Auniviii). Mrs. 8. E. Johnson
has just receivod tln third supply of
boautiful Velvet and riilk Flowers
Silk und Velvot Tambour, liiWjons
Ac, all of which are to bo sold regard
less of cost.
, J? J. A. Fcnroso has just'roWed
n pletvdid assortment of French Mc
riuoa and Double-Width Wool De
laines', which he will sell very cheap.
M&'How stock of Shoes, of all styles
and varieties, and very cheap at W.
II. MCarty's, ,
tttf-GEORGE L. HOFFMAN U
v Py'ng the highest market iruee t for
Hides, in cash, at tho Malta Tan Yard,
and is soiling JLeather at th lowest
market prico, for cash.
no2-3m
Dissolution of Partnership.
M'Conneisvim.e, Onuo, )
October 2U, 18CG. J
The partnership heretofore existing
between O. B. Nott and C. E. Cochran,
js this day dissolved, by mutnnl con
sent. The business will hereafter" be
carried on by ,,C. IS. Cochran. , Thoso
kaving accounts with tho old firm will
, Settle them with Mr. Cochran, ;'
O. B. NOTT.
C. E. COCHRAN.
3rWe present to onr mndera this
week the advertisement' of - Mcssr's
John S. & A.A.Adair, representing the
firm of Adair Bros., dealers in Books,
Stationery, Feriod icnls, Focket C ttlcry,
Notions, 4c, and recommend them to
the patronage of all as trustworthy
and cnterpriHing j'oung then. They
have a largo stock . of all ' kinds of
Books, and mnke a specialty of Schoo)
Books and Stationery.' Thoir assort
ment is as good as can be found in tho
State, and their facilities for obtaining
the latent publications, and supplying
to order, what they mny not have on
hnnd when called for, nro unsurpassed.
They receivo fresh lots of Goods from
tho East, every two weeks, nnd keep
their stock fresh and attractive. Theit
store-room is finely fitted up and pre
sents an inviting appearance to pur
chasers. They have created n good
trad?, and are fust drawing from one
idead and unenterprising merchants
that part of . trade legitimately bo-
onging to their business which they
unsuccessfully solicited before embark
ng in their now vocation. The inter
ests of all will bo' subserved t by pur
chasing from them whatever they
need that their trade embraces. Ihey
sell all goods in their lino nt Eastorn
prices, und thoso who buy from them
will buy again.
Tribute of Respect.
Ti esday Evenino, Nov. (J, 18G0.
At a regular meeting of tho M'Con-
nclsville Lodge, No. 37, 1. O. G. T.,tho
following preamble and resolution were
unanimously adoptod:
"Whereas, God, in .His sovereign
Providence, has romovod from us ono
of our number by death, therefore,
litsolvea, I hat wo now in meek sub
mission to this cxprcsBion of theDivino
will.
HiWilrnd, That in the death of brother
Richard II. Dodge this Temple has lost
a good and faithful member faithful
I) his pledge, and faithful to all his
duties as a Good Templar.
Jte solved, I hat we deeply symnath ize
with the widow of the deceased in her
ufllictions, and commend her to Him
who has said, " hen thou passcst
through thewaters 1 will be with thoe;
and through the rivers, and they shall
not overflow thee.
Jfefolved, That a copy of theso reso
lutions bo prcsontcd to the widow of
tho deceased, and also published in tho
county pupers. .
John Kkm.t, j
A. Alderman, V Cum
Mary A. Woodruff, )
Mattik Pickett, R. S.
FOREIGN NEWS.
QrF.KNs.TOWN, November 4. The
steamship Asia, from Boston, on Oe
tober li t,- arrived to-day en route to
Liverpool.
Vienna, Nov. 4. Decrees havo been
promulgated relieving MensdorfT from
tho Foreign Military offico, and ap
pointing Von Uctist as his successor.
Tho decrees also appoint Baron John,
r: . .... i 11- . .. . r.i .
ill uiiHiur in V ur, vmo UBii'riiuzjr, ro
lieved. Tho ministry is without port
folios.
Von Beust has issued a circular
wherein ho declares himself separated
from tho past. Jle says ho enters the
Austrian service treo and unprejudiced
Austria will maintain a truo und peace
ful conciliatory policy, but will uphold
tlio dignity ot tho empiro.
Floiienck, Nov. 4. A deputation
from Venctia had arrived at Turin
amid great enthusiasm. Tho King
and Cabinet were also there to receive
them.
- I1eum, Nov. 4. The King of Sax
ony and his family re entered Dresden
yesterday, and wero well received by
the people.
The German rarliamctit.itia expected.
will bo ready to meet at the beginning
ot the 3'car.
IJrj.'ssei.s, Nov. 4. Chester tho Bel
gian War Minister, has resigned.
. . Paris, Nov. 3. The rumored tLango
in tho trench h.mbawjy at Washington
is fully confirmed.
London, Nov, 4. A large futwl has
been, and is now raisine, for the re
lief of the Huflt-rers by the great fire at
yuobec.
Madrid, Nov. 3. It is aiid that the
Government of Spain contemplate a
coup a etat.
St. PETEiujnrna, Nov. 3. Th mili
tary and naval forces ( Russia have
been ordered to bo raised to their full
strength.
Vienna, Nqv..3. Tho Diet of Hun
gary lias been can ve nod for t1e 19th
lust.
tfir At R thefe is a debatintr so
cicty, at which are decided all inattora
of pith and moment. At ono timo an
educational subject was on the floor,
Concerning the causes of irrecrular at
tendance, at school, ono member held
tno loilowing views : "Many parents
nave no cniuirH,aaa (fon t knowwliethi:
they are at school or not I"
ASThe French expidition to Mexico
was originally undertaken to compel
tho payment of $203,490, and has cost
fti't. nun nnn rw.i,o..
. JK5-The New York World states
that Commodore Vanderbuilt. intends
to retire "as soon as ho obtains a competence,"-and
then quietly adds that
his estate is now, estimated at "only
nny rajuiQng. . ,
KeSThe Charleston (S.C) Courier
gives a flattering accountof the .trade
of that city. Cotton is freoly pouring
in, -Twelve or fifloen stcau i aro
keeping vp communication with" tho
North, and come and go well freighted.
lfc.A Certain pedantic student in a
college not fivo thousand miles from
this place, issued the following order"
to tho "man of all work" nt his bonrd-
ding-honso a day.or two sinco ;,
- 'Jamcrt, rolievfe that burning ,
lu!hi
nary of tho superincumbent weight o
unconsumea carbon.
"What?" repeated tho man of all
work. , , ,' ' ' . . 4 .. , 1
Din you, snuff that candle.'-' - - !
"Oh!"
o)The fast horse "Boxer," of New
port, Vermont, has been purchased by
a New Yorker for ?25,O0O.
lX.When Lady Cowper wus mar
ried in London, recently, she . woro
white and orango flowers, and tho
bridesmaids woro white trimcd with
cherry-colored ribbon, and bonnets to
match. -
wa Tho Memphis . Avalaucho esti
mates the population of Memphis at
JO.OOO. In lH0ltwas4(,00U. in 1:Z
t was 12,000 or 13,000.
Tho bulk of tho property of Now
York city is owned by about 15,000
persons.
MARRIED.
HAKPKK UKEEN llr ltT. W. M. (iriin-.
nn the cvuiiinff i f the Cih int., at tlio Pott
11 on no. sir. Jimoim llrpir. i.f liaynpnrt. Mat-
kluguin euiinty, Diiit Mr. Mnry A. lirrcu, of
Morgan county, O.
Commercial.
M'CONNELSVILLE MARKET.
M'CONELSVILLE, Nov. 9, 1866.
Jldph tU no Extra tier barrel.
Wiikat li ill per buNbel.
)4T 3i venU per biulivl.
Oohm SI) criiti per buxliel.
Flax Fmn-I. im per liuliel.
Hahlky Spring. Mc; Kail, l per butb.
)U-IUW)to llOOper ton.
DiiTun Arri.K-$'i 00 per bu-hol.
HrTTK 'lb cenu per pouuil.
Euan I'i cent! per dozen.
Cbickkki !.! ti cenU.
Corrm 25 to 33 cuU.
. CoiNTiiv HoAr 8 foU per pound. -
Bt'OAH li to V) cent per pound.
. BoHuim 4.5 ctnlH per gullou per barrtl.
I.akd 10 cent pouud, tu jmn and keg.
CANKl.ua (Tahuw) 18 tenta per lb by bul.
" .icentaatr-Uil.
(Star) 30 cenu per Hi. by box.
" ' 35 cenU al tUU.
' Boap 10 to IS cent per bar.
'lianil3 centa pnr pound.
Halt AU per barrel retail.
bTuM-cuAil. ceuta per bunliat. -
Ha8 1H to 'is ceuta at retail. r
7- Kinaa 15 ceuta per pound. -
Piiuui.ixaa U to 16 ceuta.
Tallow S to 10 rvnta.
WiiiHkY f 'i 'li per tcmlloti.
IIkans t'. UU per biabel.
Cincinnati Provision Market.
Wo copy tho following from the En
quirer of Tuesday :
ilcH pork is still on tho downward
tendency in New York, and the market
unBottlod. Dispatches received thia
afternoon reported tho murkct cloning
at 830 50 "cnnh," and i'M regular. In
our markot the transactions wero light.
City putked is held at 831 75, And ono
or two small palea woro recorded at
this figure, but concessions would ho
necessary to effect stiles to nny extent :
iho stock, however, is only moderate,
and there is no pressuro to sell. Isow
mess can be bought at 827 50 on tho
spot, but thero is no demand for it.
'i hero is still somo inquiry for bulk
moats, and Bales can bo imulo nt 11
15o for shoulders and rib sides packed,
but tho few lots offered aro held Jc
higher. Bacon shoulders woro in mod
erate request, but prices Wore irregular.
Sales were mado at 15 jclGe, though
iu ono or two inslancos tney were ob
tained at 15c. Kib sides can be bought
at lGc, and wo understand purchases
wero made at less. Clear sides uro
gelling in small lots at 18o. AVe heard
of no transactions in green meats; the
nominal quotations are 8Ac for should
ers; 12c for rib sides, and l for hams.
Lard opened dull, and about'100 tierces
primo city sold at 13c, but under more
favorable advices from New York,
prices advanced to 13 Jc in tho after
noon, and' in somo instances this was
refused.
Flour Ordinary to good qualities
aro quotod at 812(12 50, and trade
brands ut 812 7513 50, tlio prices de
pending on tho quality and reputation.
Family is selling at 813 25 U 25,
and fancy at 814 5U15 50.
Weekly Review of the New York
Market.
New York, November 3 Flour ac
tivo, with prices variable; ndvancinc
en l i t t . .
cue tt uurrei, ana anerwaru, owing to
the large receipts, tho depression in
wheat loll back to tho previous fio-ures,
at 812 20 to 812 30 for sound "extra
State. Wheat -Thero was a groat specula
tive demand the former . part , of tho
week, and prices advanced 15o a bushel
but they havo fallen back about to tho
old figure. The markot closed nomi
nally for spring from 82 30 to 82 45.
Other kinds quiet. Thostockonhands
is about 000,000 bushels which is about
ono quarter tho quantity hold hero last
year. ,'
Corn, animated chiefly by specula
tive prices, advanced early in the week
from 12 to 15c, but on Friday and Sat
urday the improvement was lost; the
market, however closing firm. The
present stock is about 2,500,000 bushels.
Western mixed closed in domand at
81 25 in store. Prices nio above the
limit of shippers' orders. . .
Ry was comparatively nuiet. A
slight improvement was Obtained early
in tho week, since which prices haro
declined, nnd are now nominally at
1 28 to 1 1 3G for estcrn old and new
and 81 8 to 11 40 for State and Cana
dian. n
Oats aro in active request, chiefly
pccnlativo, tho prices improving
about 7e per bushl, and the market is
firm nt tiro close ' The" stock' on' hand
is about 120,000 bushels. Barley is
aclivo, both for home and export.
Prices advanced from iota loo per
bushel and then declined to 10c. The
export since August amount to 500,000
biishols, a now jcaluro in tho trade.
Provisions: ihe 'pork market ts
much excited. A . JarKe amount of
contracts maturing on the' 31st of Oct.,
greatly unsettled tho market. An im
provement of ?J per barrel took place ;
sin ro that, however, thero has been n
decline of Si! per barrel, and tho mnr-
kct flat. Iho snlea ot mess uu tins
month, delivered at sellers' option, for
521), and on the spot at 830. The stock
has increased, and is now 57,000 ; bar
rels, against 47,000 last month.
Beef is in good request ut leading
prices. The stock is light compared
with last year. Bacon nnd cut meats
aro active but at lower prices. This is
confined to tho city. Lard more active
but at lower rates, though closing with
a firmer tono at 1515gc for prime
iveltio-vcnucrcu. . '
SAMUEL K. JONES,
Jimtlco of l'rnce und Accouutnut,
OFFICE over Brrwjtrr k Robert' Slorr,
IMcConiiOlsvillo, Ohio.
He will attend to the adjnftment or dlnnnted.
comuliiated and cnufuard accouuta, Hots of liooki
opened, "mall aria kept by contiart, atatementa and
balnnco aneeta ninde out lor executor and admlnla
trutorot det-eaaed peioua and of luanlreut ettntea.
- lie wonia iniorm innewnowin to obtain
a tliurnuuh practical knowledge of Uuok-keeiiliiK
tliat liia vvcuIiir cluaa will commence in the Hrat
wrck In December uext. do2-3w
il'l'U.NXELM'ILLE l.D ZANESYILLE PACKET.
The lew paanrnKer attamrr
EI H POT
lAVIM,
flluatrr.
V& a
f 17 ILL LKAVK M cCO N N K 13 V I I.LK
V V every mornlnjr. BunJay excepted, at bilf
paal live o clock, arriving at JSnneaville at II A. M.
llcturiilni, will leave Zanenvllla at Jl'.M. Per
eum balns buaiiiuna to traonacl iu Xjineaville can.
by thia boat. Kn and return the aame day. thereby
aavinjj a great ucai oi iinieanu cxpeuae. doa
D A. V I B.
J. SKIV1NGT0N, M. D.,
Ki)nctfully ofl'era liia profraaional aervicea
the citiaena of AlcConili.Uvillo anil vicinity.
Offlce, nt the Alarqnart House.
W.B. HEDGES, INI. 13.,
Physician and Surgeon,
Uexuectfully oflcra Ma Profeulonal aervicea tu the
citizen of M'C'uniieUville aud viclulty.
Ol'TH'E, FRONT 00.11 OVER STOXIi'S 8T0RB
Where be can be found at all tlmea, day or night,
wueo not proieaaionany abaeut.
jy.O-U
Koimty! Bounty!
SOLDI KR3, WIDOWS, tc, interested
the late law equalizing bouuMea, are informed
that the uniloraigued ia prujiaied to attend to that
kind of t uaiueia with diauatcb and oo rouaonablo
Widow, I'hililrtn or the Furrntt of Soldier.
bodied in aervic-eof diaeaae or wonnda contracted
oi received in line of duty, will receive the aame
amount aa would have been paid tha aoldier him
aelf had be atrved bia full term of enliatinmt.
JAMtfid M. UAYLOKD,
Claim Agent.
1,000 .Acres ofLand,
s
LOCA TED TEN TEA R8 AGO,
For Salt r Eielnng'e for Tovr Property.
rpiIU laAIVIt IS SITUATED IJf
X Hulivan, Hates and Vernon oountlaa, Miiaouri.
It ia well watered and timbered, ihat portion
Veiuou county ia within one mile) and a half
nevaua my mo cuuniy eeai. rot luither partlc
ulara call upon the autMrlber "Term eaay.
cu'.-4m ; . js. - ,. -JOk'ilaPOWEKfj.
in
In
of
THE ART OF PHOTOGRAPHY
AVau, C. TRES TJZ JE
' at 1 11 eontlnirrato accommodate the public with
rnoToonAPiia,
FERnOTYPKS, ' -" '
,- '( ;-')(. ) AMDI.OTTPE.-i,. .
whirh cannot b anrpaafd anjrwhnra.
T Mo h peiffctra arran?emn'a wnerei.r
n r una nn b arenmnwifatrd with tha flneat of
oil painting and !o,1la Ink Work. ,
nooiI, I J. C. Stone'a Ilulldlna;,
Ifurlh Center Street, orer Bosna'a Aaddler 8 Imp.
PHOTOGRAPHGALLERY. 1
, B. S.A Y 're's,
OVKrt WOOD k POSD-8 Ll VY OFFICB.
M'C'ONNELSVILLE, OHIO,
t
Invitee the atlentloaof all wkowtih to obtain
HOTOCBirilS,
IP.HEREOTTPPI.
AXBROTYPRft,
GBSS,
tliat wilt Kite entire tatlifacllro. Mr molto la
"To (ira aatlarHClioa or bo cluirKe .
nul H. BAYfiKS.
5 m.
fi5f2
SSataBH
mm
C3
C3
2
I I
FAMILY GROCERS,
At tbe old eland of
UUUMET A HAMMOND, CENTER STREET,
.M'Connelsville, O.,
Keep conatantty on band full and complete
aeoitmcot of
GItOCEllIES,
Coueiating la part of
TEA,
SUGAR,
COFFE2,
TOBACCO,
POTATOES,
1JOLASSFS,
CANNED FRUITS,
, , , 1 COVE OYSTEK8,
APPLES, FISH,
CIGARS, &c, ic.
We call particular attention to the fact that we
bave oo band a large aupply of tbe beat quality of
UC JVL, B.C
which we are retailing at the lowewl price. Give
J. RTITBB Ss Oo.
i mm & i n.
Q0l ,
,y: !.
. BURCKHOLTER. & BROTHER,
CAXPV IU A S T F ACTl' II K KS
AM) DIALERS 1.1
TOYS, Nl)Tt,
CIOAR3, CAKES,
SAKD1NES. CflKKSK,
CHACKKR8, NOTIONS, '
CANNED FRUITS,
F1UEWORKS,
COFFEE,
TEA,
and in fact eveiytliina: that la nanally knt la
lrt claui ( nnleclioneiy, all or wulcu will be aulil
iiw for ca'h.
w rrllra and famlllea eiipnlied with ClKiS
nd C'OMKti;TlONKIIIri onhjrt notice.
We bave aim a flrat cleae ',
Oyster Saloon
eonnrcted whh onr ratabllaumeat, where tbe aesl
, faalMiuua epicurae can be ruled.
C. Ill nCHIIOLTElt A. I1RO.,
NKAHtY OPOHITK THE POST BUT
1I CONNELSV1LLE, OHIO. '
On.
IK YOU AVVISTT
Cheap and Slylisli
HATS, CAPS, BONNETS, FLOWERS
AND
acsuB dc ctD czx
You will And them In great profmlun at tfil
V.iniKTT A. TRUIMIXG MTORB
or
Mrs. S. 13. JOnHSON.
ALSO
Old ladiri' Dmi lupx, Cnnrln, Glorn, Umierf,
Zfphyrn, la all Shaiht and Colon,
Varni, lloop Skirts, ie.,
together with a tbouaand and one article of Leaatj
and utility, to be aold regardleaa of coat.
WW CAM. AND EXAMINE thia etilendld atook
and ru will he convinced that thia la the lace i
buy tbeae GOODS cheaper than tbe cbeapeet.
Lad lei' Nrw Style Turbans
LadlrV Nrw Slylrd UaU
Flowtrt ?e to $S 00
1 to f 1 .0
10c to $1 00
Itlbbons of nil St j lea and Prices.
RTORE, Jitxt Door to Adami & Eablrr.
Mro. s. e. joiiisrsoisr
CLOCKS, WATCHES AND JEWELRY,
II. 13. VINCENT & CRO.,
la view or the appro-thing UOI.1DAY TUADI,
are now leceivlng tome nf tho
FINEST GOODS
It haa ever been their pleaaurt to oflter la UiU
market.
Ladle.' and Genu' Guld and Btlver
AMERICAN & aVIS8 WATCHES,
GOLD AND SILVER CHAINS.
FINK GOLD JEWELRY",
SILVER k SILVER-PLATED WA11B,
TABLE AND POCKET CO I'LERY,
GOLD. SILVER. STEEL AND PLATED
SPECTACLES, all titled with tho Im
proved PERISCOPIO GLASSES Pefl
copio Gla-sea Iniorted ia old framei.
SMITH A WESSON, AND SHARP'S
REVOLVERS,
PISTOLS, CARTRIDGES,
FLaKS, CAPS, Ac, consUutl; oa bnd.-
riCTllES FEAHED TO 0IIDE11
in Roeewood, Gilt and Walnut Moulding.
A well .elected Block of ALII I MS will
be oloted out nt greatly reduced prices.
IlEIAJGRIla
of all kind carefully dona on tbe abort netiee.
ROOM IN THE MORRIS BLOCK, .
McConnelsvillo, Ohio.
FTJIlNITTmiS ,
ii. DUNSMconason
Kcpp connlamtly bn hand a large alock o '
Fl'RNlTl'EE AND M'oE-FLlNIiUIJflG CO CD I
AT I-OW PRICKS,
ai their new atore-rooma, in the
Bank Building,
JI'CO.YWELSVILLE, O. :
aeT-Sut
- ROAD NOTICE.
N OTICE ia hereby (riven that there will he a peti
tion presented te tha Commiaeionere of Morgan
connty, Ohio, at their regular ecaalon en the lir.t
Monday of December, 18, aatlng for a review
end alteration of that part of the Ulilpe Road
leading from M'Cnnnelarille to Gayaport that Ilea
between M'Connelaville and the county lino, son
Bueing anid alteration to grade of aeven degreea
from the horizon.
noa-3vr MANT rUTITIOlSKUa.
?HROU OP I'OtTU... A (reoile-A-
man who aullered for yearn from Nervona De
bllity, tremature, and all the efTecta of youthful ia
ditoretion, will, for the aake of aufl'oriug biiuanitr
aend free to all who need it, the receipt and direo!
tioue for mailing the almple remedy by which be
waa cured. Buuerera wUhlug to urolit by the ed
veiU.er a eipei ienoe, can do ao by aildroitlo. i-pertetteonad-mee,
JOnn U. miDK.v "'
Ko. ii CSrtat at., KWr Torki

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