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HOY, MO., iVHE J, 1872.
OP NEW YORK.
B. tilllTf DHOW ft,
tot. T. . Butt.
The Warrenton ihnner aecondi cut
omination or Col. Ilutt fot Secretary
rSfale. It rave: Wo copy the above
from Ine Troy Uerald, and indorse every
on!, of it. Col. Ilutt would nako an
mcer of whom the etafe could wall ftel
proud. He la liberal in hit political
Ticwt, and holds io the faith laid down at
Cincinnati. He is well known to many
of our citizens and we liavo no hesitancy
jmg iliac, in our opinion, tht party
n barren will hail his nomination with
lb Columbia Herald says: The
Troy (Io.) HeraM nominates Col. T.
O. Hutt of that place for Secretary of
Dtate. The state has no citizen who
would more honestly or efficiently fill
that important office. U'e would be
jiJeaeiL-J-s ' . .... . .
The St. Charles News also favors
him, and thus compliments ths Colonel :
The Troy Herald puts in nomination
Col. Thomas 0. Ilutt, of Lincoln countv.
for Socretary of State. We have had ,
occasion several times to notice Col. i
iiutt s course wlnlc a member of the
Legislature, and have always been com
pelled to compliment his fouud discre
tion, ability and purity of purpose. No
better candidate could be selected by tho
Democrats for Socretary of State, and
should he bo nominated it would be a
cause of congratulation to the party.
Sumner ou Grant.
Last Friday Senator Surmrr delivered
a spech of some length, in the Senate, in
which he made a terrific assault on Grant.
Although tho differences between those
two characters arc personal in their na
turo, and while wo do not give the former
credit for any amount of conservatism,
jet his remarks must bo admitted as true
in this case, lie arraigned Grant aa a
gift taker, a nepotist and a failure j de
clared that ho spent his time with fast
horses, in palaco cars, and loitering at
the seaside. The public acts of his ad
ministration were as fully assailed. He
maintained thaa his government was a
tlOrintml a h a 1. A - . I
f"11"1 "u , iui h commanded no
respect at home or abroad ; that it had
done nothing to commend it to tho coun
try j that its reduction of the public debt
did not deserve as much credit as that of
A Johmton j that it was false to tho col
ored people, and a failure as far as it bad
anything to do with reconstruction;
while its foreign policy, of which it had
attempted !o boast, was the most disgrace
ful muddle or the age.
Tho Republican's special says that this
merely indicates the general tenor of his
remarks. Tho friends of tho President
on the floor, who were cvon characterized '
among other things as a senatorial rio".
gave the speech close attention, as is not
their wont usually whon Mr. Sumner
speaks, and took notes for a reply. They
evidently regarded it as an openine of
tne campaign in Congress, and promptly
mnvcu an indefinite extension of the so?
lion from Monday.
The Radical Trick.
A Rebene to
.lection Into tne
probable. The historr of the catnnaicn' The potato buss ore renortad out in
of 1824 Is a history of intrigue, of bar-'full force in Halls county. i
Throw the I're.ldentlaL Piitii .! Th.rn rnn, ,ll. 1
l.adlcal WOUSO of j TL n..t J II A Hinninnalt mn in Si .Inn
ew0 uuiiu j lai tin w t h u hi m. iiHiirv ' w.. . - -
CAKE k HOG BUS" COLUMN.
Special Corrcsnocdenca St. Loots Time.
Washington, Miy 27, 1872.
The great anxiety of the administra
tion party i to get the llaltimote con
ventions to nominate a distinct nartv
ticket. A great deal more attettlon is
being given to tho propocil Democratic
convention than to the Grant collection
wfcich takes place next week.
hes Urant Politician, arc vcrv uo-
crapulous and wiry et, who havo learned
great deal from their ten vtafiexneri
ence Inside tho politicol railing. They
nave alrcadv abandoned the hone of
Uants election by the people, and arc
now endeatoriug fo so arrango tho mat
ters at to throw the choice into the II nine
of Representatives, where they would
have some how of triuinnh. or pnnlil
dictate a man who would serve their pur
poio. To this end they seek to force the
Democracy to mako a nomination nt Hal.
limore, and will use large sums of govern
ment money to frcurc that result.
HOW TIIEV WILL DO IT.
Their figuring is very ingenious, and
win ce interesting at the time. As i
preliminary, it is well to publish the fol
lowing table, which gives tho votes of all
the btatesat the lastgeneralelcetion held
Verm mi t
as, i j7
Oillnnv Aitnm. Ifnnpv
Clay, Andrew Jackson, and W. H. Craw.lThu"lF. looking for a runaway wife,
ford", and the election finally went to the "other fellah, and fclU.UuU lit bona.
House of Representatives. Whilo the' kt . - 7?"Tri' ,
canvass was ..regressing in that body if Wr P. Schuler, of Memphis,
as shown that a number or States had !to !Dforn,al,on ' he on! John -actually
tieen .old out and delivered over. I Duke' berd of Audrain cownty.
of Cr.wfort IZ ,TaDt ",e,rr,C"d,l It i aid that onTthousand men with
f3. f j gdani.'V ?ri.h illiu-havo offered to buy Grant off
hn fir n r I- ,bo ck. But Gran, think, he ha
-ho hli rX ,'in'-' inlhe Kuklu acf-
who liaa a plurality or the votes, and in n...,n....: T!.:
Louisiana a combination wa effeclcd De"""at.c division
between the friends of" Adams and Jack- Montgorner- XT. out in a tetter
0 .rat 97 Tt'.w" 'tcavc-r.te. .dvocating the election of Greeley. He
. m. ..... anu me enured po. ica in- M. it tou be 0rccc or Gran, ,hj h,
tr.guc. ol half a century before them, pferer() Greeley. Ho also say. that the
who doubts that the Grant ,.rty may dod).e of runni in , 6lrai , Democrat
learn an important lepon from history ? between Greoley aud Grant won't wtrt.
urant cannot postbly hope to carry a
single one of the eight Southern Slates, Horace Greeley admits that "in a brier
imukii .or uniiey. i ne.r natural ien- address one steamboat deck at Vlcks
deney would bo toward the Democracy, burg" he remarked that ho "hoped the.
urn .mi u luru part 01 mo ueuiocrauo lime would como when Americans rvortb,
vote will go ror the page or Chappiqua. n well ns Americans South, would feel
iue ir.cnm o. urani wouiu seizo tne op- jut pride in the soldierly achievements
portunity this offers to throw their voto for and military characters of Leo and Stone-'
Greeley in those Statcj.for the purpose of wall Jackson "
octeating tne democratic candidate, i bis
M. T, BRITTON'S
POST OAK, MO.
. t t t . i . , k riitfir a i ii
may bo put down by some as a very "x U0T' itandoipn ot iow Jersey, AKi, i;xaMINK
improuauie tiling, but alter catetul con- "u wDl uown io iucjiuioou io mani(iu-
vorsation with some of the rtost saga- 'a,c Virginia aeainst Greeley, has re
cious and intelligent mpn of the South, turned with a "flea in his ear." Demo-1
uow here, I am convinced that this is wata are severe on Dau. Voorhces for
exactly what -JJntatrailon propo.o, absenting himself from hi. seat when
u ju, ii it oma induce Daltimora to make there is pending the Ku klux and civil
a candidate. nuhts bill, ami it u nurramuii that hi.
. - . . -o- -
OKANT OK BLAINE. ausonce is pari ot Ins contract with the
After the matter has been carried to admiois,r
the House of KepreicntatiYcs, the chances
PUKCIIASINO CALL AT OUU
HOP AT THK TAN YAKD IN TItOV
Thn Cinninnnti TimAs o n.l P,..,
- ,,, ...h.. lui.f suu UVIUUJ.ll.ldl,
ot a Uemocrat would ba out or the nucs- a Grant organ, speaks thus kindlv ot Air. Halters,
1 1 n n 'I horn trniiM hn I. . . . .... t . r. i . ii- .... rl I. t
OUR I.AHGK Hl'i OK
Open-r.ce work do.,
tion. mere would bo a hard struccln Rrm.li.r- V ... n, n ..... .i...
with tho Hadicals, and a fierce opposition Horace Greeley can bo laughed down, or
io urani. ins most lormidablo oppo- that the spirited caricatures or Xast will
nent would be Speaker Blaino, whom the prove really serviceable to that end
House would be rather nleairil In hnnnp
However, the tight rein might be effect
ivo to secure Grant all right.
The figures presented are instructive to
tho Democracy in the present crisis
J. II . L.
DIVISION 01' ELECTORAL VOTE.
Tk. .1 . l
-io mcuiurai toic unaer the new
.(.(.-.Muuiiitui ai me mates giving
.uiui-rauc majorities, as shown in the
above table, is 135; that o" tho Radical
States 221!. a lhdical majority of 88
With a direct contest between fimnt .-.nH
a regular JJemocratic candidate this would
probably he the result or the election
Jut Jlr Greeley is in thp field tn ,)!..
tract the Republican vote and capture
some of tho States that have heretoforo
ueen ur urant, among them New Hamp
shire, New York. Louisiana. Arlr.n...
and a sufficient number to deprive Grant
ui iue majority oi electors. They concede
urecu-y win carry an average often
H;r vvm. oi iue ueputilican voto, and
uiereiore, it no jjemocrat is put in the
uei.i, urant s chancos are a little less than
Adjournment The UeDublican',
Washington spocial of the 2d inst. says .-
ooiu nrancucs of Congress consumed
nearly all yesterday and evening in sat
tliog tboriuestion or adjournment, and to
day for the first time in tho session, there
i 6eneral accord and expectation that
both bouses will work up to tho limit
fixed June 10, and adjourn on that day.
Tho speeches or Senators Sumner and
Schurz Friday had thrown all their plans
info disorder and conrusion, and only
one thing was certain, that tho public
business could not be completed by noon
of Monday, tho time on which both
houses had agreed to adjourn.
Propositions, it is said, have recant!
been made by tho friends of Grant in
Congress to Southern Representatives,
that if they will sustain tho nomination
of a straight out Democratic tioket at
Baltimore, the latter will be accorded
any legislation they may desire in fur
thcranco of the material interests ortheir
tatos. ut it is further aaid that this
attempt at bribery has prored a failure
the third candidate.
Tf linvofA. 1 I. 1 . , ..
.., .w.v.i,, , auminmration is
Bnarp enouch tn rret a thinl
Democratic candidate in the field, there
i uuunuani ana reasonable hopo of di
viding tho Democratlo vote in tueh :
measure as to give to Greeley enough
States to prevent the Democratic candi
date receiving a m.ioritv or the ecr,n
ral college. Tho hone of thi.
succeeding is based upon a knowledge of
.... .-v. number ot democrats
will support Greeley regardless of the
result of the Baltimore convention. The
r-.uu u. ,e m,M witn three oandidatg
is thus estimated :
STATES TO Go FOR A DEMOCRAT.
xew Hampshire 4 Indiana
STATES TO GO FOR URANT,
"outh Carolina 8
Who Pays the Public Debt!
(From the Hartford Times.)
Editor Hartford Tunes : You do not
say much about the payment of a hun
dred millions of dollars a year on the
debt by President Grant. Why ?
Gen. Grant pays nothing on the pub
lic debt. He collects nothing does not
levy taxes. Ho is an executivo officer.
Ever since the famous journalist tirst ar
rived, urecn and penniless in tho city or
New York, he has been pretty thoroughly
subjected to tho test or ridicule, and still
lie is not cxtinguiched ; on the countrary
he has thrived remarkably well under
this treatment; nor are we sure that he'
uoes not owe his present reputation
this ery citcumstanco.
A few weeks ago Mr. Nezlcy intro
duced in the lower house of Congress a
resolution directing the secretary of tho
treasury to audit and pay the claims of
certain railroads for the transportation of
iruuis uuring me war. it provided that
they should bo allowed compensation at Trace Chaino
uieir current yearly rates. Uwing to un
Hair Saddle Girth?,
Leather Saddle Girths,
cb Saddle Girths,
I will Sell as Cheap as any Man
in Lincoln counfy, for the Cash.
Good Sugar House Syrup,
per fxauon, 60jf.
8 lbs. fair New Orleans
Hugar for. 81.00
Coffee, 4 lbs... inn
Arbuckle's Browned Coffee
I am very careful In tho selection of ray
Cofleo, and Warrant It t be goud. If It does,
not give interaction, my customors havo the
privilege -of roturiilng It. Arlmcklo's browned:
LofTec, of which I sell 3 lbs. for n dollar, Is the
host In the market, and by using It you savo tho
shrlnkngo and waste that accompanies browning
at homo. Those who uso It, speak highly of Its'
quality and flavor.
EVEUYTHINfl SOLD AT I'MCKS PROPOH
TIONABLY LOW AS THE F0REO0
INO, TOR SIT MOTTO 18
iflnin XI reel Lot mid Dwell
ing Iloiiftc for Sale.
THE undersigned will sell on easy terms a ono
and n half story frame dwelling and I lot
near the huslness pnrt of the town ; and 2 vncant
lots iiouth of Cuku A Itm-or.' Tini,.i rm i.
sold separately or together.
IlClll alto sell ft (Vo?l Main, slrn t Sfk
feet front by IQQ hack.
nov9tf MARTIN SEDLACEK Troy.
not a legislator. He smokes, ftl r LI.
, , ' lawuiuuiC
f V II if . . . .
debt, for such hnmh,. !.', .',1. ..it.. ".w. "amF're mtroauceU the meas-
:.i ; .. lrovers 1 na.
ing about among sensible peonle Con- "B.R,I,7 P1""4, and nlso 1 ,, , .
gress has levied v.,t taxes inlernal, di- ""ted ZlL n ,i , ! Mule Collars,
rect and general-on incomes and out- !K?.rtf.d A?; B?th res'"t.on, Side Saddles.
goe,. Tho people arc pavinc the debt. Z ' " ,M,W(,l"tef.
uot Gen. Grant, and they are payinzttlso
the salaries and fees of about th rty
thousand, useless office holders. They
aro paying too, for the robberies of the
dishonest and the extravagance of the
profligate administration manager., as is
proved by the millions of deficiency bills
laiciy raiscu mrougii congress. Before
different gentlemen, as they were identi
fied in penmanship and phraseology. It
was reicrred to the committee on claims. 1
where this renewed scheme of plunder I
rests for the present.
The editor of the Indianapolis Sentinel '
was nreient'at tho i1ili r v.i
the debt was made, "Republican" could "peech at Tcrre Haute the other ni"ht!
uuj a Kuuu euu oi ciomes lor co. iow ana tnus speaks of the effect of the
tho same suit would cost him S55. He effort:
is paying more of tho debt than Grant, Scarcely a murmur of applause greeted
in proportion to his means, we presume, him as be opened his speech; no word
for Grants income is excrunt. Should of encoura"empnt firi.,1 hi. t,.... i.
congress levy additional taxes, .so as to proceeded ; and he closed his oration
make tho suit or clothes cost ?85 instead amid as profound a silence as the grave 1
ol S55, and increate other necessaries in which, in aftor time, will cloo over his '
proportion, moro of the debt might be political career that bo so gracerully
paid: audit is certa n that more con Id foreshadowed Mr Vnn.l,... j.-
De stolen. Jo tax the nconle dnwn tn annninteil Tho m.. !.!. ,
the bone, and then sav to them thnt betokened tht. II. ... . i I .i . . I
("i . ., . i , . . ' u B'ueu inai
w.u.ii ,.uja ...u moDey wrung trom vou, no nau made a mistake, that the peonlo
is what is sometimes called "bras.-y." wore not with him. nor could he hv th.
Mr. Adams oZTZt .lT?0 or of th
lowing telegram to the l incinnat nn,n- ".o applause.
mercial shows that the Hon. Charles
Francis Adams has at last been nnmi.
natcd for President :
"Oueklin. Ohio. Mav 2.1 Tho Am;
Masonic Convention adiourned nr r.
o'clock this afternoon. A political mass
Plow Gear, Ac.
Boys' and Girls'
Boots and Shoes
of Kvery Style,
Done with Neatness and Dispatch.
John W. Forney, who was in Wash
ington when ho heard of the nomination
of Buckalew for governor of I'cnnsyl.
yania, wrote a letter to the Philadelphia
1 ress in which he says : 'We must not
isnore the actinn nr lr,oi.: n
mecting or delegates met, however, at half crats. It comes in time to warn us be.
past 7 o clock, and nominated bv accla. rore our National .0n,..n... i.
mation, Jot President or the United From present appearances Pennsylvania'
States tho Hon. Charles Adarai. and ror will again bo the battleground. I place
.ao.ires.aen uen.Ubarles U. Howard little confidence in Republican success in TTi1a H11
or I l.no.s. The platform and princi- New York next November, ir wa .How W0B a II CI TallOW.
plesare left to aoommittce of whifih tt, madmen tn ,n,. ... ., .
Chairman is Pre.ident BlaneWd f ...te. .diU 1 " w,a
Illinni. " . pu.u.uu wise ana -
imaois. discreet nm r ii,. . i , .
The Lincoln County Ilerahl la.t ..a
contained a communication favorablo to
the nomination of Judge A. II. Buckner
k. !. r it i 'tici, wnosays
'""cWnor first, last, and all the
time, hvery body up this way is justas
much so.-Montgotuery County Leader.
The now senatorial apportionment bill
beroro the legislature failed to pass both
houses ; therefore the senatorial districts
re unchanged, i
Tho Now Hampshire delegates to Ba.
hmoroare outspoken Greeley men.
STATES TO 00 FOR GREELEY.
North Carolina 10 Mississippi
Virginia 11 Louisiana
Oeorgu 11 Tennesseo
Alabama 9 Arkansai
As it requires one hundred and scv
im.yuiD.0 e eotora tn . ,.
B.-i.r" V "Ul ? cuolce by th
r.r,B-JU,i exact y what .1..
v-'J MIUI. LU llP(tmn .k .... .
"Miwaiiu OIHISH nnd ; J .
winon no sine man .Ml j
low,.itt.,eor whatGr RK
the absence or a Democratic candidate.
There are thaan i.- . ...
absurd to a.iume that Greeley wilt o rry
o.ght Southern State, wl!K D.b00,
running. Those who ,..: Jm0.0t
th. riin. r uuueraiooa
tne bistory of foraier pros dential earn-PigDe-.p.rticul.rly
that of 1824-wil
know thl. to be ot only J,
BOOT AND SHOE
nt ... -Y iijcu a tne no fa) in
I, , ,V8 C05Ten.,eD.ca, " HU" leaving Pennsylvania can lose that to Grant too
tl.e platform and principles to a commit- If they are permitted to go on. a verv
tec. ibatathewav to fix them tn littl. i. .m..j .i..:? .. rj
all hands. It ts funny that Mr. Adams, little for them, but a vast thing for the
who is supposed to represent the most ppl. and that little is to give Republi-
advanced pr.uciples of process, should cans a ohance to vote for good men in
he nut in nnm.n.: I. . I. I , . r..t ... ... y,H 1 lt
r .u..,uu uy iue gaivanizeu wciuoer. it is loUy worse than follv
representatives of a dead old party. The jo aupppos. a Republican atate ticket can
anti JUasona have not had any real exist be elected aa it Hands. Improve it een.
ence since about 1S35.-N. Y. Sun. tleinen j it is not too late." In another
Wl... 1 TT-TTT part of l.be Pre' Prin'ed oomplimen.
bat are we to think of Grant, who notices of the two leading Demo-
aaid one day to Congresi that tho South cic candidates io Pennsylvania
waa quiet, and a few days afterward de- .
clared that it waa so disturbed as to call Uo1, MeU'ure apologizes for the absurd
tor a Ku klux law ? Very recently, it is Cgeratioos of Senator Soott about the ,? nanufactuei
i 't "n.un,Baroi urant's friends feasted ? on tne ground that the Senator ti "rne88 aDa Collars out or
ueu isav sat Maltimnre. ThJl.n ...j irom rennsv ran n rfnu nn. cuiucr oi our own Tnnnlr, ..j
G. -j uiiju,cu . j mw. .uurr hut , i . - "hi buu uru
rant in every ravorable aspect to the bet!er' but acully beliovei that every ! 0D,y P"!008 Troy who manurao
South, and solicitod in the most seduo. nnti-Grant man is a Ku klnx murderer out iestno' made at our yard.
it vo modes, an admiring response from l"8Snator has recently received some
Mr. Daois. They failed. D.t!. .m instruotion on the
them that he was' for aU hneVt m, . to enl.rue hi. underit.nT" "H"B" .T'1'3 warranted to
and that between Greeley and Grant hi bvinp e.igmatir.d Gen. Tb. Gordon of J sa"SJacl,on
could not for a moment hesitate. Georgia ae among the organizers and .
earnest leaders or the Ku. klux, Gen Oor- liAJUH & M U fi'PlttSi
The mcaneat ... I.nt nf Hn,.. r:.... dnn l. t..l,l!.liJ - i w v WJUJS-Rj .
. - " w it.. f ...nu M i o , 1 1 r in wnicn he
wJti tho..whol,e.co"fy. " Harper'a u.",tb81 Senator with having utterod a !
"uboi us proprietors was tbe ""'ui, ueuoerate lalsehood, and says that
only Know-Knothing Mayor Now York knows nothing or any such order aa
ever elected ; and the man who itrongost ,h Ku-klux, savo what he has seen in
opposed uim, was Horace Greoley. Or tfcc newspapers. He Turther states thai
course tbe whole crowd of Harpers hate hla( never heard of a disguise in Geor-G,e,eJ-
Pi, axcept those worn b. i.n
At a district .nhnnl .....in,. fers, who were members of the Sena-
in Louisiana town.i p7 ikT 8n7wn ? TiTtT b'h ?f wbom
there were thirtv tl,. n le V?. n.ow .,n the. QorK' penitentiary.
mixed political persuasion but a ballot Li. i , !"9c,9d tno wrooR an
being tP.k,n, eC Sft &
nonesi Horaoe Greeley. N Y Sun MU"ruo,er oi uoraon.
R; Rs R,
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
CUItUS THK WtlltST PAINS
Ih from One in Twenly Mluules.
NOT ONE HOUR
after rending this mlvcrticiuunt need any ono
lUDWAY'S RKADY RKLIEF IS A
CURB FOR EVERY PAIN.
It was the first and is tho
Only IJnin Remedy
that Instant; stops the most excruciating poins,
allays Influniinatiuns, and cures Congestions,
whether of the Lungs, Stomach, Dowels, or other
glands iff orgrns, hy ono npf licallon
IN PROM ONE TO TWENTY MINUTES,
no matter how Tiolcnt or excruciating tho pain
the llheumatlc, llcd-rlddcn Infirm, crippled,
Nervous, Neuralgic, or prostrated with illseaso
The application of tho Itcadv Itcllct to tho
part or parts where tho pain or dllhculty exist
will afford case and comfort.
Twenty drops In half a tumllcr of water will
in a few moments cure CiAMJ'S. .V'I.S'tS'
SOUll STOMACH, SIVK HEAHAVIIE.W
Jwwf:.s,i u i&tl'uxaL i'aixa
Travelers should always carry n bottle of Had
wayH Heady Hcllrf will. them. A fcw drop,
in watir will prevent sickness or pains fiom
bange of water. It is hotter than French Urandy
or Hitters us n stimulant.
F12VJKR AXD AUVK.
inLlt AXI) AfiUK cured for filly cents
There is not n rcmcdiiil agent In this world that
cures I cier and Aguo and other Malarious, Illl
ous, f-carlM, Typhoid, Yellow and other Fevers
(aided!,,- Itadnaj's IMIIh) so quick as Itad
way'k Heady Hcllcf. Fif:y cents per hottlo.
Beauty ! !
STRONG AND PURE RICH BLOOD
-INCREASE OF FLESH AND
A EIGHT-CLEAR SKIN AND
BEAUTIFUL COMPLEXION SE
CURED TO ALL.
HAS MADE THE MOST ASTONISHING CUBES
SO QUICK, SO IIAI'ID AIIE THE CHANQE3
THE I10DY UNIIEltGOES, UNIIEB THE IN
FLUENCE OF THIS TRULY WONDERFUL
Evcrv Day an Increase in
Flesh and We in lit
Seen and Fell.
Tho Great Blood Purifier
Swea , and other fluid, and juife. of the , v..
em ih,, of lift, for It repair, the w..t.of
tho body with new and sound material.
rr 2ore$, SctiM
x., Worau, SwmU, and ait nut, of tk. lif,
prvph art trftffa lU turatitt ragt of ,k".
vondtr of Mo,tt' CKtmutrv. and a U,J.l,V.
, will prvvt Io auu Mmon ;, f.l .ui'.t
We manufactuee our Boots and Shoo. .". f. Ji""" "' 10 " ".
.. ' onij uoes tha Sn.p..,.,.., t
Clonic "Skn7? rCmedial ""' S-r.ef
dlsea...', lCr.u u'.' Cons,""lnal, and Skin
disease, , but It i. the only positive cure for
Kidney and Bladder Complaints.
PERFECT PURGATIVE PILLS
gum, purge, rcgulato, purify, cleans. .
ttnglhen. Iladway's Pill',, for tho cure of .?U
disorder, of the Stoinach, LlV.r Bo3. irM
neys. Bladder. Ncrvou. D,c. ' . hJ,'i. id"
Constipation, Co.tlvene,,, liMoni:
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