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EDITED BY J. W. SIMS.
Hitylirnnk, o , to whom "II onniirmnlratlnna
li.r iilllt'iilliin In till." department, limy lie
PROHIBITION A FAILURE.
"I.iiiimr is alill mi'iI in Maine in spile "f
their t.ted laws." ''I'lio lnw are dis
reyitrileil livcomeur I he nllieerK tlielllwlvrn.
Tim ?h9 llii-m In lw fniluie in 'ie
tlie mi'l heliee wmii); in principle." S"
ihiiiio tiilk with whom we (enr the wis.li is
falhei to the Iheunht. However, let us
examine these inferences.
The laws of this Slate fnrl.iil inunlcr,
arson nnil theft, lint this prohibition iloes
not prevent somo men from violaiinir these
laws. Thtre are laws HRiiinst fraud, lint
Ihev lo not prevent il. 'I'here are laws
foroiililliiK the Ipuyinn ami selling of voles,
hut these laws ilo not prevent the eriine.
(lllicers of all grade ami parties, from I he
executive down to the petty constaliles,
from amotiK our honored .Indies ill the
higher conns down to the Justice of the
l'eaep, slaml at the polls (themselves or
their hired tools) mid siiamelessl.v liny voles
toilci't lln nielves lo olllce. and if elccbd
Ihev step forward Hllil peijuru themselves
l.v swcamnr that ihev have not done il.
Now are these laws consequently failures?
Are ihev wronc in principle?
do lini-k to Ki It'll ; listen while (iod "peaks
to u man of a certain fruit ; " 1 hull shall
in. I cat of il" hut he did eat ot it. O
lo Sinai, tcriinlo with clouds, anil thunder
ami liirhtninjr. the trumpet, the earlh
ipiake, and the mighty voice; go to Sillal
anil listen in Hie ten commandment
Nine of the ten nrohiliit. "Thou shalt
not eununit iidultcrv." said Jehovah, and
yet Millie of those Jews did so despile III
iirohiliition of (jod Almighty. Shall wi
sav then that (lod's irovcrinuelit is a fail
ure? Are his laws wroiij? ill principlf he-
cause all men do not ohey them.
We answer, no. Jt docs not follow that
a law which is sometimes liroketi is a fall
ore. tor this would make everv law of man
anil nuiiy of the laws of iod to he fail
ures. Tiio practical unsuccess oT a law
las lor ii. slanc the law against linyiuK or
sellllii' volesl doe" mil nrove the priliclpl
to he iiusouiid. The law may he worked
nnskillfiitlv. or it mav fail simply because
it is not executed, and yet the principle be
Then lei no one sav. because some men
infract the .Maine law, that therefore l'ri-
hlliitu n is a failure, or that it is wroii(,' in
VOTE FOR GARFIELD?—NO. V.
No words of invitaliim cause a deepe
thrill in the hearts of our volinjj popul.
tinn tliau these. No man hears them wilh
iiidilTeienee, anil there lire few indeed but
can give the decided response of yea or nay
Tim democrats say nay most positively,
The Southern sympathizers, the while
liners, the l.ouiily-jumpers, the men who
opposed the war, the repudialors, ami the
Unman t alholics, all say "nay.
The l(c publican who knows (Jen. (Jar
Held says, wilh admiration and enthusiasm
lieanniiL' from every leature, "yea, veruy
would lo God I cuuul cast a thousand vol
lor him." To those who know him, his
treat kindly face comes tip, his earnest
honest words and his thrilling elooiicuc
amiin resound, and their hearts respond,
"surely we will vote for him he was born
to be I'lTsl'lenl. lie is the noblest Unman
of them nil, anil worthy to preside over
this glorious ucpuhlic:
In all our ureal, country, most of the
brave defenders of our nation's life, most
of the patriotic throng who desire that
peace and harmony, justice and equal
rights, cmjizatioii and lusting prosperity
prevail, will readily respond 'yen verily
a vote tor uariiem is a vole 101 an mese.
The attacks on (icii. (lartleld's charaete
are utterly unfounded and malicious, ami
such as no tiMn of self respect would re
iterate at this late, day. A sulllcient reply
to them is the magiiillcent endorsement
given to him by the incorruptible mull of
i lie 1111 li Congressional ltislrict. To this
was added the ro-cmlorseinent of the great
Slate of Ohio, and I he long, active and most
honorable public services of tieu. (lartieUi
all open to the inspection and criticism
of all parties in this great land. This
record of moro than twenty years, iinus
sailablu suve in regnrtl to these trilling am
contemptible charges, places his character
lor ability and integrity atiovu ull auspi
cion, and stamps his revilers with the
I nun 1 1 of eternal infamy. History will
give them a iilaco beside ttio revilers
Washington, Lincoln and (Irani. Hut
(en. (larfleld were a hundred fold mnr
dishonest than his worst enemies represent
luin to he, ami (leu. Hancock a liunilr
Mil more of a statesman than his weakest
admirers imagine him lo be, it would still
be the duly of every patriot to vote for
(tartlehl. .Na man who is a candidate o
the Solid South with its present priuc
pies and demands is a safe man to vote
for. How much less a third-rale Ueneral
a conceited West I'oiuter, unskilled in
statesmanship and the wiles of political
leuilcrs, ami a tool ut the South, is tine
for that high olllce thuu the partiot soldie
and the skilled statesman.
A vote for Uarllcld is a vote against th
success of rebel plotters, midnight assas
sins, ballot-box atulTcrs, and the general
disfranchisement of all Soulheiu llepub.
Iicaus. It is a vote in opposition to the
iametitof many hundred millions for un
just Southern claims. A vole against
placing tile lust branch of our Federal
government in the hands of those who
tried lo destroy )i, A vote against prosli
tilling the National Supremo Court to the
service of Confederate Brigadiers. A vole
against admit ling four or six new Southern
Slales wilh eightor ten Southern Henators.
A vole agKiiist, wiping from the statute
book the last vest ige of war measures ami
gilaraulecs of lulilre peace. A vote
against taxing Northern incomes and abat
ing Ihe tax on Southern whisky and tobac
co. A vole against ovcrlhrowiugour pres.
enl admirable tarill and substituting a tar
i IT for revenue only; and a vole against
Ihe policy that would unsettle business,
derange Ihe finances, uml blight the pros
peril y that now gives hope to our toiling
The complete relulation of all the slan
ders iigaiimi (leu, (im llcld's character has
given him a stronger hold upon Ihe con-
lldeiii f (he people of his district than
he ever had before. In 1M7U, when the
slanders were the thickest, about hi per
c.'lil. of Ihe Ucpuhlieitll Vole was Hilhheld
from linn, because many feared I here might
be wime cause for the vile abuse. In lrl?H
the intelligent voters of the lillli District
were satislled that there was absolutely no
foiiii.laiinu whatever fur any of the stories,
and his majority came up nearly ono thuu.
sand above I hal of 187(1, ami was 1,!MJ
or i;i M-r cent. higher than on Ihe Hialo
ticket of that year. Thus hit vindication
wasc plele and triumphant before the
bar of public opinion, and now his former
active opposcis are stumping the State in
To-day Mr. (larlleld has thu fullest ,..
fldcitoe ol those who know him h'M. The
greai seiubly at Chicago who saw him
and fell the power of his eloquence were
enthusiastic in his admiration. His na
tive modesty, his noble bearing, and his
splendid record as a soldier ami statesman
clearly indicated to that convention thai
he was the man of destiny lltieil above
all others lo bear alofi the' banner of the
great union itcpublicun party. No por
tion of this gr.al eountiy can allui,!
have him defeated. A vole for hun Is
voto to uphold the honor, ihe' integrity
our Jaiiil and continue its safuty and p'tos
' pcrily. Then vote for liurlleld! ilono.
At Cost ! At Cost ! At Cost !
Hals, Caps ami Furnishing
To Close Business 0oin; Out of Business!
For Hie next
I shall ofTer great
who wish to purchase
and Winter at a great
Large stock of first
A heavy line of Colored and White Shirts
at cost. Hats and Winter Caps at cost.
Children's Clothing: I carry in this Line the
largest stock that is carried in the county to be
sold at cost As 1 am
tirely. A heavy line
Mittens and Gloves at
Suits, Children's Suits.
class goods to be closed out at a Great Sacri
fice. My Stock is complete in all its Branches,
from men s to children's sizes. N. B. All
goods Warranted as represented.
Store will be for rent December 1st, 1880
Store fixtures for sale.
House is closing out with a heavy loss to close
Those indebted to J.
please call at the Store
going out ol trade and
J. E. Li'IIOMMEDlEU.
Ashtabula, O., Sept. 1,
inducements to buyers
their Clothing for Fall
class underwear at cost
going out ol trade en
of Railroaders' Buck
cost. Men's Suits, Boys'
A store full of first
E. L'llommedicu will
and oblige. As I am
request an early settle
J. M. WILCOX,
will herrnfler Ik- found tn til bnlldlne opposite
Hniit Ii'h Optra 1 1 mi ii', w here ran nlwnvf be
found a NKW and W Ki,l, L1,K( 'J KM hTOt'K ol
ForeJfn et Domootlo
Casimeres and Vestings.
Also a Full sort ronq.lete Line of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
and everything usually kept In First-claa
A (rood lit and low pHee-
OF RVKIIY DK.WIttl'TI'iN KXKCITTRO AT
Book & Job
123 Main St., ASHTABULA
AT TUB SIIOHTKST NOTICE AND AT TUB
Lowest Cash Prices!
We ptiMO'si unequalled fiirllities for ll.y
IM'oinut execution of
t'AIIDS, CNirlXAH. NOTKS,
BANK MIKCKM, It E 'Klll'tt
l'ttlMiltAMMK TICKETS, TAOS,
STATKMKNTH, I1UIKFS, c.
AS WELL AH
Law Blanks of all Descriptions
James Reed & Son,
Health Is Wealth!
T)r. K. C. Wrft'i Nervo and Brain Treatment
r miri'lllr fur 1 1 Vfti'rU . l)llti:rH. ou villffniiK
IMI'I VOHI" IH'HniU fllt, .TlfllllM in-pri'PT'MJii, utrrp ill
Mciiinrv. NiiL'rnuitorrliii-n. Iimmlt-ijcy. Involtin
tary KmlHfloim, rrfiimtnri! Old Air", cnuwd by
over exertion, Keir-alniM, or over lnoiiler.cu,
whirlt leHiin to niiatiry, flees v ntid death. Otic btix
will etiru rocent castm. Ktwh liox cntnina out
month treHtiiieiil. One dollar a box. or Bit
lioxeti Tor (Ive dolltra ; sent y mnl! prepaid on
receipt ol price. Wo ifuamiitoe six hoxtio to euro
any cace. With each order receiver! ly a lor ix
tmixcc, arcoinpiitueu wnn nvtj uoiihth. we win
ieml the piirrhaopr our written tfimrHiiteo to re
turn the moihiy il thu trtintmunt does not etTett a
cure, liiiuramee iiuvd ny i.na. n. nwin. u
thorled ftieiit for Ahtahnla, utilo. )orin
Wert & Ci..Hole I'rourlt tnri. 1H1 A, IWtW. Madt
inn Ht.. Clilrairo, 111. HtroiiK & Vohli. Wholesale
AKeillH. f luvfiaiiu, unto. :w ni
TTlOltD A nitOTHF.R have on band a atmA aa
I" fortment ol Harness of varloun kind a.
heavy and It aclit , ilnle and doable, of the huat
workimiiiKhlp and material. They are prepared to
nu au oniem lor wortc oi iiny aettci ipcun in inm
uiie. MilitieH, Kldlliu Wiltllta, VMiipp, naiiera,
They have In nt laid 'n a lare auppty ol large
and medium nixed traveling trunk. They arunf
vHrloui (pialttlua ana vamu, ami atrorded at fa
voniMe p-lcea. The attnorunent in alloytit liar
the liireHt of any In the region. The traveling
public, are invited to look over thta atork. a
limy can hardly tail to 11 ml Homuihliiic to their
FORD & BRO.
To Nervous Sufferers -The Great Euro
pean Remedy Dr J. V, Simpson's
II Ik a imnttlve cure for bnermalorrtiea. Heml
mil WeakiH tta. Imnotencv. and all dloeaittia r
yiiMlmr trt'in trll ijinice. hw Menttl Anxiety. Loita
oi M (i ui o r y
PiiIiin lit Hack
or Side, and di
tnen l liit t lead
Imianltv and an
early uiavo. Thu
' peei no meiu
Ine In Itvln);
iifen wun win-
d- ruil ui i itr, i uinj-lufiB kin i free to ail,
Write nr them anduutrnll p-'rtlru'nra. Price,
Sneetflc, tl per uiicWHire. or tlx uaekauea for M,
Addrt-fK all ordeia to j. B. Himikon Mkukinn Oo
noa. tot rtiui um Main wt., butraio, in, i.
Hold In Ai-iitrtlmla hf V. K. Lw and alt druir
1). V. McKKKZIE,
n8 MAIN STREET,
Hat Jml reeulvM hraiitlliil Hue of
Spring aiid Summer
of the very latent tlea, which I can nuke lip to
tinier for Ti ry llt'le advanre on laat vuar't nrln
(letitleman wiintltiK prtii) auttt would da well
to rail and nxnmtnu mr cowl bolore bnvlmr
olHCwticra. HutUfactkm euarantetid In catting
and maklitif, ltMO-tf
FOR H LK ORKXril iNdK YOH
l-urin In ANlihihiilu mil ut y. A Kurin ut one
luindieil una thivty HoreN la linone i ounly'
Kentueky nlno inileti IYoiii Clucl n natl , muelt
of thla rnrm la welt net In kthmh, Wtnttir ata
UllliK fur Forty tieiul of llorttoa, wltloli nrv
hud ut (Mueliiiuitl or t'uviiiKim, U tiliout
TKN DtH.l.AUS h niontli a hend, aUilla for
Kin.ien Cowa, hrlek aiuttke limine, hie houa,
tmrua oHirhtue imuati. UwvIIIiik u iwuitloiy
lu-we.l lo with twoKlory trame kltohen ut.
tm luel, lw.) oroluirtU ol well aeltH teil fruit,
a hutt tntlc trtuiihikf tmok nmaU, iliU furiu
U uvil It liet'U. IlllU'li of It With J.iH Uat HU
ii tut. n i Kununtfeo; titfrereiioe iu
VHliie will lie uhIiI ot received m HUirul
uuiu iiiuivHN or t'tt 1 1 Upon,
V. V. NTHAlll- lt. ftr Axhtnhiiln A
Tlila ftiriit 1m well watleretl, fur auimner
iiui u im noi exetMieu. 11 la wull H DOW II
A TTKNTIOM TRAI'ltKWM. TMohttr'a un
J . V lliatloii will he held d.iiliw ibe Fall Turtu
t'onneaut, Tuesday, Heptemher 8th, 1KH0,
New Lynn-, Moi day, Oclotmr 4lt.
(Jeneva, Monday, Uetol.ur nth. Ism.
Orwell, Monday, Oelohwr lNtti. ihwi,
Plerpont, Tiiendn, Oeroher With. ItMO.
Auillntmrif. MouiUy. Novembir lm, I HMO.
Amlover, Tiitmdav. N'vemlmr Hth. Immo.
Aithialiula. Hulunlnv. Novemlu-r mini ihho
KxaiuluaJluua will uomiuouce promptly t 6 a.
0 O (V
I uitiu. ArraiL
STTFEHXOn to OTnEROl
Largest and Most Complete! Line Manufactured.
ADAPTED FOR BURNING ALL KINDS OF FUEL
EVERY STOVE WARRANTED A SUCCESS.
None their Equal Acknowledged Favoritea.
ALWAYS AWARDED FIRST PREMIUM.
2 Buy th Bcst.25Cr
Sold by all first class dealers.
FOR BO DAYS !
We arc going to make a change in our busi
ness and now offer our entire stock
of Hardware at COST 1
Nails, Glass, Locks, Knobs, Butts, fecrews,
Pure White Lead, Paints, Oils, Varnish,
Saws, Hammers, Hatchets, Augers, Chisels,
Planes, Squares, Rules, Screw Drivers,
Sale to Commence at Once !
Terms Cash !
We Mean Business.
Call and Sec Us 1
H.J.TOPKY & CO.,
12C Main Street, Ashtabula, 0.
Cross-Cut Saws, Axes, Shovels, Spades, Forks,
Scythes, (Bush and Grass) Whips, &c.
A FEW FACTS!
I am selling Furniture Cheaper than any house
in Northern Ohio. ,
I cannot be undersold by any dealer in the
I am selling better goods for less money than
any other dealer in the County.
I don't want you to believe me, but come and
satisfy yourselves before you buy a dol
lars worth of goods anywhere.
JOHN DUC RO,
FRANK D. FICKINGER,
Aru Jmtly celebrated fur turn 1 114 out the beat
and moat tlejtant itylea of work lu any or al
varieties of the tratfe. -,The finest and moat
TAiTKFULor IlARNKSHEH are also trot-
tan au at Utia Utah 1 1 aliment
In HTOOK. FANCY CAHHIAOEH, THAOK
WAGONS and BLKUillH lo their aca
aon. A jfen t for the celebrated!
278 Main St., Ashtabula, 0
W will pay Iha above reward for arfy oaa of
Ltver Coupialul, nyMpupala, Sick Huadauhu, In
diKetton, CotiBllpaikmi or ('oatlvfiiena we cnnot
cure with Went Yvgutable Liver 1'iila, wbun tbe
dlrto(tiua aretrlctly eooipllwd with. Tiiuv are
jitirely vKtbi and nuver Jail to lve ai (ac
tio o. 8ui;ar coaUnl. Large buxua, cuntaliUtit' W
)llla,a6 ceiite. Cor fain y all dniKifivta. H
ware of all co-uitvrrviia and liiiiiailotm. Tin'
yeuniue uanufaciurud only by Jutiu O. West A
Co , '- I'lio i'lll Mnkura." 1HI i ItM W. Madison
Ht., ('bicao. Free trial aeut by mall prepaid on
receipt of a 8 cent itaup.
WAIUtANTKU PVHK ANI
KQUAIj to any IN Till
17 MAIN STUKKT,
CKNTW will buy a note book, con
Ululog luo nicely printed notes ut
l r pure riirn for njmvin, ppllnt. curb, eallotin,
Hpinlnn, nwi-Oliiij. inll, Ihtiu-hom and all dii-
infircniiMitn nr Hut joint or limhu. It will r..m
pit-! -ly rrniuvr a hor.n ppavin without ultitriiiF
or ciiimlnir a nortv It t tilro an ir'xiri for mnn an
for hi'ani and iMid till! Mrt'iu'th, at all ilinca
of the ynr, with ptrtirt nnhMy. A core whicli
we lire knowini to W a pi-rxon who niff- nid 1ft
ycur with hip j nt lnit'ni'ts and wan ih-i m
iM-ntly rnrcd l wo ynr hlto wilh Ki'iulall'i" Spavin
t'ure. Hcntrtntwr we claim It will cute a bone
fpnviii and completely removH the bunch without
Statement Made Under Oatli.
To whom It may Concern: Iti the vparir.ftl
tp'AU'd with KfintHira Spavin t'nre a non iv
In ol Several inonthn irrowth. nearly ha) fan 1m t
ai a h n1- vmtt and coinpU-tt-ly -topped the Unu-
lH'- :n id lemoned the t'lilurtft'iiient. l tinve
win kud iv. ho rue ever alncu very hard, and he
r ha tit-en lame, nor could I ever aee any
diff'unei) lntheaizi-oi the hockjolnta allien I
irtaud inm with KKNDAULLS' SPAVIN Cl'KK.
n. A. UAINUS.
FTinnlnnrb Pall, Vt., Peh. , IH7H.
Sworn and atthiicilhi'd to belere me thta ifith
day it F-hriiHry. A I. 1W7.
juiia u. Jbnrtiv, 'in sttce oi tne t'uace.
ftlco U. 8. Marshal, WeKtern Dial, of Mich.
Kalamazoo, April in, 1K7.
It. J. Kvndall. Knonhiirih iViillfi. Vt. Dear Sir :
I received the two boillea of your etmvlo cure
forwarded by expreaa In Januaiy lent. 1 am hap
py iu pihi i) inai u pononneii an your nveriin
inciit called for. In tliree week- after I rommeno
d ti'lne it. the dpavln waa entirely removed and
i yuluable hore restored to ueetnlnena.
Very truly yonra, JOHN PAHKER,
S. nd addryaa for llltietrated clrrnln r. which We
think irlven poaltfve proof of lta virtue. No
ruined) baa ever met wilh auch unqualified nc
i;efi. i our knowledRc, for beant na well aa man.
rice 1 per bottle, or six bottlea for f5. all
diiHTiM-l have It or cjui gel It for you, or tt will
Itu Kent 'oany addreao on receipt nr price by tliu
proprl ioih. DU. J. II. KKNDALL A CO..
nnouuru raim, ormoni.
Ho. by all DmgtflftK
3!r Superior strnet, oppoalte Case Hall, Clevelnnd
unto, uurea nypniiiiB, ionorrnfflft tieei, ntriei
tire. Hernia, all private diaeaeee and Nervoua De
bility, raucintf lorn? of rest, memory, Miht and
conpinnpnoii. id ieaa lime men any oiner pnyi
:lan lu the city.
NO CUKE, NO PAY !
. tire throat, pallia In the boner all kidney and
Madder dleeawe cured for life. A Ion? experience
with great aticco la the world'a Irrefutable cri
teria!! of ability, tula bavlnic been attained In
duces tbc Doctor to these terms.
vMil i:to (Ol'NTRI IIVVAMOS
"Tiikatihb on Nekvoiu 1 )KU1LITY."--A Wrtrll
Inir voice lo Youlhaud Manhood neut In plain
tea'cd envelope on receipt ol two Ac. fttunpM.
OtvuH ailviee and Innlruct inn by which thonoanda
havo been restored to health lter all other rein
edlea bad failed. Written uHp-cially lor those
anfl'eriiii; Nervopn and epueial dlHeane reaiilliiix
from enervating habita and indlfcretlon. Treat
ment by correnpondence a Urt year' apeclalty and
strictly conltduntlal. 6,000 testimonial from
responsible peraona. Address, DU. JOHN
Cl.kllO m 8T. CLAIR ST., CLKV BLAND. O.
THE BEST GUN
made In the United sutei for thu mono; ! tri
SEND STAMP FOR CIRCULAR
Warranted In every particular.
A. C.TOWNE, AGENT,
ASHTABULA, HARBOR, 0
Real Estate Agency.
WE Iinve Rome dealrenble limine nnil lota
for anle and to rent, both in town nnil
at the Ilurbor. And the following furma for
A fur ni of 100 acres with fulr farm bulldinga
nbout 5 miles from Aalitabultt In the town of
Blu'tlield. Clieup and term a euay.
A farm of 181) acrea. Oikm! bnlldlnKB and
everything In the beat order. Hituuted on
the Center rond between Counoaut and Pier
pint. I'rlce i,(M)(.
A farm of 10U aorea with (rood bulldlnxa
ubout .1 miles from Ashtuhulu on the I'ly
A farm of 75 acres with good fufm bttlldlnfra
1 mile east of Aahtiibulnon South Rldtce.
Alao aeverul a tore room a for rent. For fur
ther particulars enquire of.
GHKKN A WILLIAMS.
Over Loan Aaaovlatloa Bank. Hi
NEW HORSE BOOK.
TreatlH on the llorne and
Abont SOO.nnO have already hen fold In a abort
Mmo.atthe low prlca of US cents, or Ave copies,
1. And every one who sees It pronounces It
the best book ever pnhllahed for the price, and
many claim It to be worth m-re than oooke for
which they have paid Aand 10.
Hend cents In stamps or enrreney to the
TKLttOKAPH, Ashtabula, O., Tor a oopy. It
Hivea the beat treatment for all dlaauaea; baa 86
flnt enirravfiitfa, sliowinjf posit Iod a asuuuiod by
sick horea hetter than can be UuKbL iu any
other way; a table allowing dosea of all the prin
cipal medicines used for the horse, as well aa
their effects, aud antidote when a poison; a la rye
collection of VALUAItLK KKCU1HTH, rules for
telltnjj the age of a horse, with an aatrruvlntf
abowiiitf teelli of each year, and a taiy amou-.t
of other valuable borae ln(ormatba. Hundreds
of horsemen have pronouueed H worth mora than
booka ooslIiir AOand $11). The hot that op,lluu
aold In about on year, shows tba beany approv
al with which the book meets. tf.
H.ld by Thurher fe Co., and 0. K. Swift,
Aahtabula, and i'arahall, Klugsvllle.
GEAY'8 SPEOiriO MEDI0I5.
TRADE MARK OrealTRADI MARK.
k r i'uy, au uniaii- m j
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all dlaeasea that
follow aa a ae-f jj.
venal Ucitltacle, Fain tn tlie Uck, Dlinnoti of
Vlalun. Ptamilure old uo. and mny oil, or ill..
ea.ua that load to Inaamty and Oimaumuttun
and a praualure (rave. Hml partlrulara tn our
pamplilpl. wbtuh wt datre to ud frtM) to evary
oua. Tha Bclac Mudlcina l mid by all
driiKKl'l at ft per package, or ! paekairea rtr
!, or will be ant tree by mall on reanipt of the
money hy a.l.lriiiif, The Urmt ItlrOlnlu
Co., No. 10, MechaiiW block. Ualrolt, Mlob
l-v Hold lu A.htabula, aud everywhere hy all
Importer or tteOTCH tlllANlTK MONU
MKNTS. atul MHiintnoturer of
AIUKHItlAN I.II4MII.:. IVIARHLK ak
Will alan fill all order fur Marble
Uruntle or 8uuU-aUue work,
omoe on Center atreet. I1U6-U
MfWork dmt in tht But Mantur,-.